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					                         2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL




                   INTRODUCTION                                            Athletic Training Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1             Locker Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2         Recruiting Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5               Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135
                THE 2010 SEASON                                            Ring of Honor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-8       Community Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137
Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9                           THIS IS ASU
Numerical Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-11                Athletics Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
Alphabetical Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13                 Arkansas State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139
Depth Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14          Sun Belt Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140
Red Wolves at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14                   ASU Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141




                                                                                                                                              TABLE OF CONTENTS
             COACHES AND STAFF                                             ASU Interim Chancellor Dr. Dan Howard . .142
Head Coach Steve Roberts . . . . . . . . . . .15-17                        ASU Director of Athletics Dr. Dean Lee . . . .143
Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-26                 Athletic Department Directory . . . . . . . . . . .144
Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-30
                        PLAYERS                                                               CREDITS
Returning Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-48               The 2010 Arkansas State football reference
2010 Signing Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49-53                  guide is a publication of the ASU Sports Infor-
                  2009 IN REVIEW                                           mation Office.
Results and Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54-59                                 PHOTOGRAPHY
Game Recaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60-65                 Nelson Chenault, Terry Bill, Richard Bishop
Sun Belt Conference Review . . . . . . . . . .66-73                        (Bishop Photography), Hannah Dolle, David
                     OPPONENTS                                             Stout, Rodney Freeman, David Minton, Jones-
Opponent Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74-77                    boro Sun, Tom Moore, Ralph Notaro, Ernie Rice,
All-Time Series Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78-79                   Dennis Hubbard, Jason Oleham, Sun Belt Con-
Attendance Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80-81                ference, ASU Sports Information.
                        HISTORY                                                             COVER DESIGN
Red Wolves in the Pros . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82-84                    ASU Creative Services.
All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85                   ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Honors and Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86-90                                MISSION STATEMENT
All-Conference Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91-92                    We pursue and share knowledge within a caring
All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93-98                  community that prepares students in challenging
Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99-103                   and diverse ways to become more productive
All-Time Conference Standings . . . . . .104-106                           global citizens.
Postseason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107-109                       ARKANSAS STATE ATHLETICS
Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110-127                          MISSION STATEMENT
Hall of Honor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128           Arkansas State University Athletics supports the
            THIS IS ASU FOOTBALL                                           university mission through our commitment to
Football Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129                student-athletes in their pursuit of academic
ASU Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130             achievements, athletic accomplishments, social
Strength and Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131                   development and personal growth.
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              ARKANSAS STATE QUICK FACTS                                                      COACHING STAFF
              Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jonesboro, Ark. (66,194)                  Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Steve Roberts
              Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red Wolves                                                          (Ouachita Baptist ‘87)
              Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12,156        Record at ASU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41-55 (8 years)
              Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scarlet & Black         Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90-88-1 (16 years)
              Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1909       Football Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2082
              Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ASU Stadium            Assoc. HC/Def. Coord./LB . . . . . . . . . .Kevin Corless
              Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,406        Off. Coord./Quarterbacks . . . . . . . . . . . .Hugh Freeze
              Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA FBS         Corners/Recruiting Coord. . . . . . . . . . . .Tony Gilbert
              Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sun Belt          Safeties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Corey Batoon
              Interim President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Robert Potts               Running Backs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Gunn
              Interim Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Dan Howard                  Tight Ends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Maurice Harris
              Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Dean Lee               Offensive Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Darren Hiller
              Athletic Dept. Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-3880                    Defensive Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Adam Federle
              Athletic Web Site . . . . . . . . . .AStateRedWolves.com                        Wide Receivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tyler Siskey
                                                                                              Director of Football Operations . . . . . .Jason Gregory
              ASU FOOTBALL HISTORY                                                            Dir. of Strength & Conditioning . . . . . . . . . .John Arce
              First year of football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1911          Graduate Asst. Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Travion Scott
              All-time record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .412-443-37             Graduate Asst. Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kyle Shipp
              All-time bowl/playoff record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-8-1               Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ron Carroll
              Last postseason appearance:                                                     Facilities/Equip. Manager . . . . . . . . . . .Ryan Dickson
                                                  2005, New Orleans Bowl
                                      Southern Mississippi 31, ASU 19                         SPORTS INFORMATION
                                                                                              SID Main Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2541
QUICK FACTS




              2010 TEAM INFORMATION                                                           Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-3367
              2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-8        Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2541
              Conference Record/Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5/T6th                    Assistant AD/SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jerry Scott
              Basic Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Multiple           Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-3405
              Basic Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3          Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-243-6021
              Lettermen Ret. . . . . . . . . .50 (24 off./24 def./ 2 spec.)                     E-Mail Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jscott@astate.edu
              Lettermen Lost . . . . . . . . .27 (12 off./13 def./2 spec.)                    Asst. SID (secondary FB contact) . . . .Van Provence
              Starters Ret. . . . . . . . . . . .26 (15 off./10 def./1 spec.)                   Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2707
                  Offense (15): Eric Allen (So., OL), Ryan Aplin (So., QB),                     Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-897-5010
                  Jeff Blake (Sr., TE), Tom Castilaw (Sr., OL), Sifa Etu (Sr.,                  E-Mail Address . . . . . . . . . .vprovence@astate.edu
                  OL), Drew Hilton (Sr., OL), Tyson Holligan (Sr., OL), Derek                 Asst. SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Anthony Reynolds
                  Lawson (Jr., RB), Alfred Louis (Sr., OL), Delano Moore (Jr.,                Graduate Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Katey Buckley
                  OL), Kedric Murry (So., TE), Allen Muse (So., WR), Derek
                                                                                              Mailing Address:
                  Newton (Sr., OL), Kiano Prater (Sr., OL), Taylor Stockemer
                  (So., WR)                                                                                 P.O. Box 1000, State University, AR 72467
                  Defense (10): Demario Davis (Jr., LB), Jeremy Gibson (Jr.,                  Overnight Address:
                  DE), Bryan Hall (Sr., DL), Nathan Herrold (So., LB), M.D.                                       217 Olympic Dr., Jonesboro, AR 72401
                  Jennings (Sr., S), Jaquan Kilcrease (Jr., S), Kelcie McCray
                  (Jr., S), Javon McKinnon (Sr., LB), Nick Nelms (So., LB),                   IMPORTANT NUMBERS
                  Marquette Williams (Sr., DB)                                                ASU Dept. of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-3880
                  Specialists (1): Adam Gaston (Sr., DS)                                      ASU FB Office/Fax . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2082/2797
              Starters Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 (9 off./8 def./2 spec.)               Sun Belt Office/Fax . . . . . . . . . . .504-299-9066/9068
                  Offense (9): Reggie Arnold (RB), Taylor Clements (WR),                      ASU FB Video Footage Contact . . . . . .Chris Buttgen
                  Brian Evans (OL), Trevor Gillott (TE), J.T. Jordan (TE),                    Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-8004
                  Corey Leonard (QB), Jahbari McLennan (WR), Dominic
                  Padrta (OL), Brandon Thompkins (WR)
                  Defense (8): Marcus Brown (DB), Alex Carrington (DE),                       RADIO INFORMATION
                  Greg Hardy (LB), Khari Mays (DL), Cordarious Mingo (CB),                    Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas State Radio Network
                  Greg Smith (CB), Stanley Wakwe (DE), Daylan Walker (CB)                       Jonesboro . . . . . . . . . . .KFIN 107.9 FM (Flagship)
                  Specialists (2): Ryan Wilbourn (P), Josh Arauco (PK)                        Play-by-Play Announcer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Matt Stolz
                                                                                              Stolz Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-273-5028
                                                                                              Analyst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Keedy
                                                                                              Engineer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brad Bobo
                                                                                              Bobo Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .870-972-2682

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PRESS BOX: The press box at ASU Stadium is a
three-floor facility located on the west side of the stadi-            ASU SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF
um complex. It has elevator service to the two media                            Jerry Scott
levels (top and middle) used by working media repre-                            Director
sentatives. The top level contains the photo deck and                           Office: 870-972-3405
television booth, and the air-conditioned middle level                          Cell: 870-243-6021
houses sportswriters, statisticians and radio personnel.                        jscott@astate.edu
The press box is equipped with phone lines, high-
speed internet connections and wireless internet serv-                                 Van Provence
ice. Admittance to these levels is by special credentials                              Assistant Director
issued only by the ASU Sports Information Department.                                  Office: 870-972-2707
The credential must be shown to the elevator operator.                                 Cell: 870-897-5010
CREDENTIALS: Requests with names should be                                             vprovence@astate.edu
made as far in advance as possible because of space
limitations. Requests are honored from official media                                  Anthony Reynolds
outlets. Requests from individuals not employed by a                                   Assistant Director
media outlet, including free lance photographers, will                                 Office: 870-972-3547
not be considered. Because of space limitations, some                                  Cell: 870-530-4454
requests may be filled with a game ticket instead.                                     areynolds@astate.edu
Passes will be mailed to valid applicants as long as
time permits; otherwise, they may be claimed at the                                    Katey Buckley
                                                                                       Graduate Assistant




                                                                                                                                ME DIA INFO RMATION
“Media Will Call” window on the northwest side (press
box side) at Gate 5. Spouses, dates, children (under                                   Office: 870-972-2428
the age of 18), and non-workers are NOT permitted in                                   Cell: 870-838-5967
the press box. Passes must be displayed at all times                                   kathryn.buckley@smail.astate.edu
during the game. ASU reserves the right to revoke
passes and privileges at any time due to misrepresen-
                                                                    Main Phone/FAX: 870-972-2541/3367
tation or misconduct. Credentials are not transferable.
Direct ALL requests for home game credentials to the                Mailing Address:
ASU Sports Information Department. Requests for road                 P.O. Box 1000, State University, AR 72467
game credentials should be made to the Sports Infor-                Delivery Address:
mation Director of the host institution.                             217 Olympic Dr., Jonesboro, AR 72401
MEDIA WILL CALL: If time does not permit to mail,
credentials may be picked up at Media Will Call. The              dry pair hookup in both the home and visitor’s dressing
Ticket Office is open on game day beginning at 9:00               room for post-game radio interviews. For additional
a.m. until two hours before kickoff. At that time, media          telephone information, contact the ASU Telecommuni-
representatives may pick up credentials by showing a              cations Office at 870-972-2542.
photo ID at the stadium (Gate 5).                                 SATELLITE TRUCKS: Any outlet using a satellite truck
PARKING: Parking is available for the working media               must request access and have the truck in place five
on the northwest grass lot of the stadium complex                 hours prior to kickoff. Contact the Sports Info. Office.
across the street from the ASU soccer field. Parking is           PHOTOGRAPHERS: ASU Stadium’s lighting system
on a first-come-first-served basis. Show the parking              is multi-vapor with a 100 candlepower rating and a col-
credential to the parking attendant and you will be al-           or temperature of 3400 degrees Kelvin. Credentials are
lowed in the parking lot if space permits.                        required to shoot from either the photo deck or the side-
GAME-DAY RADIO/TELEVISION: Radio broadcasts                       lines and are issued by the Sports Information Depart-
of ASU football games are part of the Arkansas State              ment. Certified photographers of newspapers,
Radio Network. Stations wishing to receive the broad-             magazines, wire services and TV stations must request
casts or needing more information about the ASR Net-              passes in writing. Credentials must be visible at all
work should contact Brad Bobo in ASU’s Marketing                  times. Freelance photography is prohibited. No creden-
Department at 870-972-3930. Only the “official” radio             tials will be issued to freelance photographers. Photog-
outlet of the visiting team, as designated by the visiting        raphers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard
sports information director, will be permitted originating        lines. No one is permitted in the bench area, on the
privileges unless special permission is obtained by the           playing field or in the 12-foot area between the limit line
ASU Sports Information Director. Radio booths are lo-             and the sideline any time after competition begins, in-
cated on floor two of the Press Box. Both the home and            cluding timeouts. Photographers working on the field
visitor booths contain two dial-up lines. There is also a         level may not obstruct the view of a ticket purchaser. No

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                      media personnel or their equipment shall be in the team           INJURY INFORMATION POLICY: A student-athlete's
                      area or coaching box, and no media personnel shall                health information is protected by federal regulations
                      communicate in any way with persons in the team area              under either the Health Information Portability and Ac-
                      or coaching box. Photographers shooting with a digital            countability (HIPPA) or the Family Educational Rights
                      camera may request use of a phone in the press box                and Privacy Act of 1974 (the Buckley Amendment) and
                      from a member of the Sports Information Department.               may not be disclosed without either the student-ath-
                      GAME SERVICES: Programs, notes, media guides,                     lete’s authorization under HIPPA or their consent under
                      flip cards, statistics, quotes and play-by-play are provid-       the Buckley Amendment. Authorized/consented injury
                      ed. Six phones are available in the press box for media           information pertaining to a student-athlete shall be re-
                      use, as is a fax machine. Books of all information will be        leased to the media through the Sports Information De-
                      available after the game. The Press Box refreshment               partment after being authorized by the athletic trainer
                      bar, with complimentary soft drinks and snacks, is open           and head football coach. Team physicians may be
                      before and throughout the game.                                   available to offer explanation on injuries if requested
                      LOCKER ROOM POLICY: ASU’s locker room is                          by the athletic trainer and head coach. Any sideline or
                      closed to all media both at ASU Stadium and on the                locker room report made to the media shall be made by
                      road. The equipment room and athletic training room               an athletic trainer, team physician, or sports informa-
                      are off limits to the media. Media members wishing to             tion staff representative.
                      interview any players following the game may submit a             DIRECTIONS TO ASU STADIUM: From Memphis In-
                      list of players they wish to interview to the Sports In-          ternational Airport: Start going toward the Airport Exit
                      formation Director during the game. All media mem-                on Winchester Road. Bear right on Plough Boulevard
                      bers will have access to any player or coach in the               for 1.4 miles. Take ramp onto I-240 West toward I-240
                      designated interview area on the third floor of the ASU           Little Rock/Downtown for 2.6 miles. Continue on I-55
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                      Football Complex.                                                 North for 6.1 miles. Take the St. Louis/Little Rock exit
                      PLAYER INTERVIEWS: All telephone or in-person in-                 on I-55 North and go 24.4 miles. Take exit 23B/Marked
                      terviews with any of the players must be arranged                 Tree/Jonesboro onto US-61for 0.5 miles. Continue on
                      through the Sports Info. Office. No player telephone              US-63 North for 41 miles. Take ramp toward Caraway
                      numbers or housing information will be given out, but             Road/Stadium Boulevard for 0.2 miles. Bear right on
                      arrangements will be made for players to return calls to          Stadium Boulevard and go 2.2 miles until seeing ASU
                      media members at a mutually agreed upon time. When                Stadium on the left. Parking is available for the working
                      visiting practice sessions, media members are encour-             media on the northwest grass lot of the stadium com-
                      aged to conduct interviews with players after practice.           plex. From Little Rock National Airport: Leaving the
                      PRACTICES: Practices are generally open to the pub-               airport on East Roosevelt Road go 0.3 miles and con-
                      lic. Video crews wishing to film practice must notify the         tinue on Annie M. Bankhead Drive for another 0.4
                      Sports Information Office in advance. If TV crews wish            miles. Turn left to take the ramp onto I-440 East toward
                      to interview a player or coach, please notify the Sports          TO I-40 for 11.3 miles. Take the Jacksonville exit onto
                      Information Department.                                           US-67 North and go 96.5 miles. Turn right on AR-226E
                      WEEKLY MEDIA CONFERENCES: Media represen-                         and go 11.7 miles. Turn right on Co. Road 203. Turn
                      tatives are encouraged to visit with Head Coach Steve             left on US-49 and 6.5 miles. Take ramp onto US 49
                      Roberts during his weekly press conference. Quotes                North and go 2.7 miles until taking the Stadium Boule-
                      from the press conference and game notes are avail-               vard exit for 0.2 miles. Turn left on Stadium Boulevard
                      able on-line (www.AStateRedWolves.com). Those                     and go 2.4 miles until seeing Indian Stadium on the left.
                      wishing to receive weekly releases should send your               Parking is available for working media on the northwest
                      e-mail address to the Sports Information Office. Media            grass lot of the stadium complex.
                      representatives can receive the notes through a PDF
                      format. Notes can also be faxed to the media outlet.
                      VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: The Arkansas State Depart-
                      ment of Athletics regularly posts video from ASU foot-
                      ball press conferences, practices and games to the
                      department’s FTP site. Television stations wishing to
                      access the FTP site to download video and sound
                      should contact the ASU Sports Information Office.
                      BEST TIME TO CALL HEAD COACH: If you find it im-
                      possible to attend the regular media conference, Coach
                      Roberts is usually available for phone interviews in his
                      office from 10-noon Monday through Thursday. Con-
                      tact the Sports Informaiton Office.

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                  PRINT MEDIA                     501-244-4572 (Phone), 501-376-1645 (Fax)
Jonesboro Sun                                     sports@todaysthv.com
P.O. Box 1249, Jonesboro, AR 72403                KLRT-TV (FOX)
870-935-5525 (Phone), 870-935-5823 (Fax)          10800 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock, AR 72204
sports@jonesborosun.com                           501-217-4257 (Phone), 501-227-0855 (Fax)
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette                         draath@fox16.com
P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, AR 72203              WREG-TV (CBS)
501-378-3411 (Phone), 501-375-4521 (Fax)          803 Channel 3 Drive, Memphis, Tn 38104
Associated Press                                  901-527-9336 (Phone), 901-577-0198 (Fax)
10802 Executive Center Dr., Suite 100             glenn.carver@wreg.com
Little Rock, AR 72211                             WMC-TV (NBC)
501-225-3668 (Phone), 501-225-3249 (Fax)          1960 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104
pebbles@ap.org                                    901-726-0416 (Phone), 901-278-7633 (Fax)
The Herald                                        jgreer@wmcstations.com
P.O. Box 1930, State University, AR 72467         WHBQ-TV (FOX)
87-972-3075 (Phone), 870-910-8042 (Fax)           485 S. Highland Street, Memphis, TN 38111
herald@astate.edu                                 901-320-1313 (Phone), 901-320-1366 (Fax)
Memphis Commercial Appeal                         matt.stark@foxtv.com
495 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38101               WPTY-TV (ABC)
800-444-6397 (Phone), 901-529-2362 (Fax)          2701 Union Extended, Memphis, TN 38112
sports@gomemphis.com                              901-323-2430 (Phone), 901-452-1820 (Fax)




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Stephens Media Group                              eyewitnessnews@abc24.com
401 South Victory, Little Rock, AR 72201                                 RADIO
501-374-0699 (Office), 501-374-0860 (Fax)         KASU (91.9 FM)
hking@arkansasnews.com                            P.O. Box 2160, State University, AR 72467
Paragould Daily Press                             870-972-3070
P.O. Box 38, Paragould, AR 72450                  EAST ARKANSAS BROADCASTERS
870-239-8562 (Phone), 870-239-8565 (Fax)          403 West Parker Road, Jonesboro, AR 72401
scoop@paragoulddailypress.com                        KWHF (95.9 FM), 870-934-5009
Newport Daily Independent                            KBTM (1230 AM), 870-935-5597
2408 Hwy 367 North, Newport, AR 72112                KFIN (107.9 FM), 870-932-1079
870-523-5855 (Phone), 870-523-6542 (Fax)             KIYS (101.9 FM), 870-935-5598
sports@newportindependent.com                        KNEA (970 AM), 870-932-8400
Arkansas Sports 360.com                           TRIPLE FM
122 E. Second Street, Little Rock, AR 72201       314 Union, Jonesboro, AR 72401
501-372-1443 (Phone), 501-375-7933 (Fax)             KJBX (106.7 FM), 870-933-8800
                      TELEVISION                     KDXY (104.9 FM), 870-933-8800
KAIT-TV (ABC)                                        KEGI (100.5 FM), 870-934-5009
P.O. Box 790, Jonesboro, AR 72403                 103.9 FM The Game, 870-203-0519
870-931-8888 (Phone), 870-933-8058 (Fax)          8076 Highway 49 South, Jonesboro, AR 72404
sports@kait8.com                                  KDRS (1490 AM), 870-236-7267
ASU-TV                                            400 Tower Drive, Paragould, AR 72450
P.O. Box 2160, State University, AR 72467         KPOC/KRLW (106.3 FM), 870-886-6666
870-972-3070 (Phone), 870-972-3828 (Fax)          P.O. Box 508, Pocahontas, AR 72455
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                   Excitement is building about the 2010               the backfield the last two seasons. With nu-
               Arkansas State football team and the op-                  merous injuries along its offensive line
               portunities that lie ahead for the squad                        last season, the Red Wolves got a lot
               made up of 51 returning lettermen, in-                              of players a lot of experience and
               cluding 25 that started at least one                                 the o-line, led by All-Sun Belt Con-
               game on offense or defense during the                                 ference performer Derek Newton,
               2009 campaign, and a talented group                                    looks to be stronger heading into
               of newcomers.                                                             2010.
                   This year’s team has nine                                                       The defense has con-
               players that have been                                                        sistently been at the top of
               named All-Sun Belt Confer-                                                     the Sun Belt the last four
               ence by at least one pre-                                                     years and there are no indi-
               season              football                                                 cations that this year will be
               publication and also                                                       any different. The ASU de-
               features the Presea-                                                          fense was ranked No. 1 in
               son Sun Belt Con-                                                               total defense in both 2009
               ference Defensive                                                                 and 2007, and No. 2 in
               Player of the Year                                                                2008 and 2006. It’s not
               in Bryan Hall.                                                                    an easy task to replace a
               The Red Wolves                                                                   former Sun Belt Confer-
               return seven reg-                                                            ence Defensive Player of
               ular starters from                                                     the Year and NFL Draft selection
               last year’s defense                                                like Alex Carrington and a shut-down
               ranked first in the conference                                    corner such as Daylan Walker, two of
2010 OUTLOOK




               and will also put an exciting                                   ASU’s biggest losses defensively, but
               new offense out on the field                                  the Red Wolves bring back their top
               under their first-year offensive                             four leading tacklers and their leader in
               coordinator Hugh Freeze.                                      interceptions from a year ago. Demario
                   A-State must find a way to                                  Davis is a preseason All-Sun Belt
               replace names that have been                                       Conference choice and Hall’s stats
               at the heart of its foundation                                      back up his preseason Defensive
               the last four seasons, but the                                      Player of the Year honor. A-State
               Red Wolves appear to have a                                         will benefit from a large amount of
               strong nucleus in place that can fill                             depth on the defensive side of the
               the holes left by those players.                                ball with almost every position filled by
                   The Red Wolves lost some firepower                        a player that has excelled in a previou
               offensively with the departure of seniors                   year at ASU.
               Corey Leonard at quarterback, Reggie                               Special teams may be the biggest
               Arnold at running back and Brandon                           question mark for the team heading into
               Thompkins at wide receiver, but there                         the season. The Red Wolves lost their
               are returning players that have proved                       leaders in kickoff returns, punt returns,
               they are ready to take on a larger                          punting and field goals and have few
               role at those positions. Redshirt                         players with game-time experience in
               freshman quarterback Ryan Aplin                           those areas. At the same time, head
               showed that he can be a quality                            coach Steve Roberts knows how to get
               player at this level when he                               the most out of his special teams units
               stepped into the starting role                              and the Red Wolves had several play-
               late last season. Another                                     ers that turned in a strong spring while
               redshirt freshman, Tay-                                        filling some of those roles. ASU also
               lor Stockemer                                                    brought in several recruits that could
               emerged as a                                                        make an impact on this part of the
               dangerous                                                                game as well.
               threat at receiver
               and Derek Lawson                         DEREK NEWTON
               has been steady in

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QUARTERBACK                                          TIGHT END
Despite the loss of record-breaking quar-                Back for his sophomore season as an all-con-
terback Corey Leonard, ASU looks to                        ference candidate, Kedric Murry headlines a
be reloaded at quarterback with                              strong group at the tight end position.
Ryan Aplin and Phillip Butterfield                            Standing 6-3 and weighing 265, Murry is
ready to step in. Aplin, who set the                           an intimidating presence at the position
ASU single-season record for high-                             who is not only a big part of ASU’s block-
est completion percentage, played in                          ing game, but also its passing game.
nine games last season, including                                           Murry averaged an impres-
three of the last four as a starter. He                                       sive 15.6 yards, the sec-
led A-State to victories in its last                                             ond highest on the
two games and set a school                                                         team, on seven recep-
record with the most total                                                         tions last season and
yards of offense ever by a                                                        looks to be more in-
freshman during the North                                                        volved this year. The
Texas game. Aplin was un-                                                        Red Wolves will receive
able to participate in throwing                                                   help at the position
drills during spring camp due                                                        with Jeff Blake mov-
to injury, leaving                                                                    ing over from full-
the door open for                                                                     back for his senior
highly touted red-                                                                    year, and is also
shirt freshman                                                                        bringing in 6-4, 250-
Butterfield to take                                                                  pound       freshman
the majority of snaps.                                                              Kenneth Rains.




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Butterfield became more
comfortable with ASU’s                                                                OFFENSIVE LINE
new offense as spring                                                                 ASU gained a ton of
camp progressed, looking extremely                                                    experience up front last
strong at the end. While he’s never                                                   season and returns all
taken a snap in a game at ASU,                                                       but one player that
he made a strong case during                                                         started multiple games.
spring camp for playing time                                                        The o-line helped lead
in 2010.                                                                            ASU to its most yards
                                                                                   against an FBS opponent
RUNNING BACK                                                                       since 2007 last year, and
ASU lost another record-                                                           also paved the way for 21
setting performer at run-                                                         rushing touchdowns that
ning back with departure                                                         ranked as the third most in
of senior Reggie Arnold,                                                        the conference. The o-line
the school’s second all-                                                      has seven seniors that were
time leading rusher. At                                                    listed on the 2-deep at the end
the same time, Derek                                                    of spring practice, giving the Red
Lawson recorded close to                                               Wolves a lot of maturity in the
1,000 yards in his first two seasons in a                           trenches.
back-up role and could fill the starting po-
sition nicely. Fellow junior Jermaine                           WIDE RECEIVERS
Robertson, a converted fullback, had an                       Statistically, the Red Wolves lost their top
outstanding spring and will also fight for                  three players at wide receiver, but A-State has
the position along with highly touted                    size and talent coming back at the position.
incoming freshmen Frankie Jack-                       Among the players that could have a big impact are
son and Sirgregory Thornton.                       6-4 Taylor Stockemer, 6-4 Allen Muse and 6-1 Andre
                                                   Smith. Newcomer Dwayne Frampton had a big spring
                                                   and is expected to factor in at the position, along with
                                                   seniors Jonathan White, Lucious Henderson and An-
                DEREK LAWSON                       thony Robinson. Stockemer could be on the verge of

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               a break-out season after recording 347 yards on 16                Darron Edwards and senior Walter Moody ended
               catches for a 21.7 average that ranks as the third high-          spring camp as the team’s No. 1 cornerbacks. Both
               est in school history for a single season.                        players had a strong spring, while Moody has game-
                                                                                 time experience at the FBS level. Sophomore Chaz
               DEFENSIVE LINE                                                    Scales and redshirt freshman Julian Jones are also ex-
               Led by marquee players like Bryan Hall and Dorvus                 pected to factor into ASU’s plans at corner. In addition
               Woods, ASU has a great amount of depth along the de-              to Edwards, A-State brought in two additional junior col-
               fensive line that will give it the opportunity for a strong       lege transfers that will play in the secondary and also
               rotation throughout the season. Hall and Woods have               added three high school players with its latest recruit-
               racked up impressive stats the last two years inside,             ing class. Senior Marquette Williams and sophomore
               and with the departure of starters Stanley Wakwe and              Tausean Holmes are looking to get the majority of play-
               Alex Carrington at defensive end, Jeremy Gibson,                  ing time in ASU’s nickel package.
               Justin Robertson and Timothy Starson will have a big-
               ger opportunity outside. A-State also added junior col-           SPECIAL TEAMS
               lege All-America selection Brandon Joiner at defensive            Brandon Thompkins and Josh Arauco ended their ca-
               end and will get help inside from players such as Amos            reers last season as A-State’s all-time leaders in kick-
               Draper and Greg McCall.                                           off return yards and points by kicking, respectively.
                                                                                 ASU also said goodbye to its kickoff specialist and
               LINEBACKER                                                        punter, as well as its leading punt return man. Those
               A-State brings back all but one player at the linebacker          departures leave the door open for a large number of
               position, including its top three producers in Demario            players that could fill those roles. Neely Sullivent han-
               Davis, Javon McKinnon and Nathan Herrold. The Red                 dled first-team punting duties and Brandon Parker first-
               Wolves will also welcome back senior Darius Glover,               team field goal responsibilities in the spring, but the
               who was listed No. 1 on the depth chart heading into              Red Wolves signed a pair of highly touted kickers in its
2010 OUTLOOK




               2009, but missed the entire year with an injury. Throw            latest recruiting class that will compete for kicking hon-
               in Nick Nelms, who exploded onto the scene in his only                                        ors. There are several play-
               start to end last year, and A-State looks set at the po-                                           ers that could be
               sition. Davis, McKinnon and Herrold combined to                                                      returning kickoffs and
               record 174 tackles a year ago to lead the group.                                                      punts, including Lu-
                                                                                                                     cious Henderson, Car-
               SECONDARY                                                                                             los McCants, Dwayne
               ASU lost both its starting corners, but                                                                Frampton          and
               brings back every player at safety.                                                                      Tausean Holmes.
               Junior Kelcie McCray, who
               recorded a team-high four
               interceptions last year,
               and M.D. Jennings, who
               was the team’s second
               leading tackler, are all-
               conference candidates at
               the position. Players such as
               Jaquan Kilcrease and Gra-
               ham Bates provide
               depth and additional
               talent at safety as
               well. Junior col-
               lege transfer




                                                                  BRYAN HALL




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           DATE              OPPONENT                                   LOCATION                           TIME

           Sept. 4. . . . . at Auburn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.
                                            TV: Fox Sports South

           Sept. 11. . . . at Louisiana-Lafayette* . . . . . . . Lafayette, La. . . . . . . . . . . TBA
                                         TV: Sun Belt Network

           SEPT. 18 . . . LOUISIANA-MONROE* . . . . . . JONESBORO . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.
                       ASU Centennial Celebration, TV: Sun Belt Network

           Sept. 25. . . . at Troy* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Troy, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.
                                             TV: Troy/ISP Network

           OCT. 2. . . . . LOUISVILLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JONESBORO . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.
                                             Homecoming

           Oct. 9 . . . . . at North Texas* . . . . . . . . . . . . . Denton, Texas . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.




                                                                                                                      2010 SCHE DULE
           Oct. 16 . . . . at Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bloomington, Ind. . . . . . 11 a.m.


           OCT. 23. . . . FLORIDA ATLANTIC* . . . . . . . JONESBORO . . . . . . . . . TBA
            Sun Belt Conference 10-Year Anniversary game, TV: Sun Belt Network

           NOV. 2. . . . . MIDDLE TENNESSEE* . . . . . . JONESBORO . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.
                                          ESPN2

           NOV. 13. . . . WESTERN KENTUCKY* . . . . . JONESBORO . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.
                                       Senior Day

           Nov. 20 . . . . at Navy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Annapolis, Md. . . . . . 2:30 p.m.
                                              CBS College Sports

           Nov. 27 . . . . at Florida International* . . . . . . . Miami, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA

                                         All Times Central
                                    *Sun Belt Conference Game




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                     No.   Name                  Pos.    Ht.   Wt.    Cl. Exp Hometown (previous school)
                     1     Carlos McCants        WR     5-11   185   Fr.-R RS Mobile, Ala. (LeFlore)
                     1     Sterling Young         DB     6-2   182    Fr.  HS Hoover, Ala. (Hoover)
                     2     Taylor Stockemer      WR      6-4   210   So.-R 1L Van Buren, Ark. (Van Buren)
                     2     Andrew Tryon           DB    5-10   185    Fr.  HS Russellville, Ark. (Russellville)
                     3     Marquette Williams     DB    5-11   205   Sr.-R 3L West Memphis (West Memphis)
                     4     Jaquan Kilcrease       DB    6-2    200   Jr.-R 2L Nashville, Tenn. (McGavock)
                     5     Javon McKinnon         LB    6-0    230   Sr.-R 3L Memphis, Tenn. (Melrose)
                     6     Frankie Jackson        RB    5-9    185    Fr.  HS Baton Rouge, La. (Capitol)
                     7     Julian Jones           DB    6-0    190   Fr.-R RS Germantown, Tenn. (Germantown)
                     8     Lucious Henderson     WR     5-10   185    Sr.  1L Austin, Texas (Navarro (TX) Junior College)
                     8     Branton Hall           DB     6-1   195    Fr.  HS Lincoln, Ala. (Lincoln)
                     9     Dwayne Frampton       WR      5-9   180    Jr.  TR Wilmington, Calif. (Los Angeles Harbor Coll.)
                     10    Anthony Robinson      WR      5-7   175    Sr.  3L Little Rock (Little Rock Hall)
                     11    Phillip Butterfield   QB     6-2    215   Fr.-R RS Lake Hamilton, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
                     11    Matthew Baltensperger K      5-10   185   Fr.-R RS Millington, Tenn. (Millington)
                     12    Jonathan White        WR     5-11   185   Sr.-R 3L Franklin, Tenn. (Battle Ground Academy)
                     13    Aerion Williams       QB     6-2    205    Fr.  HS Gulfport, Miss. (Harrison Central)
                     14    Bo Wallace            QB      6-4   195    Fr.  HS Pulaski, Tenn. (Giles County)
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                     15    Neely Sullivent         P    6-0    190   Jr.-R SQ Bauxite (Bauxite)
                     16    Ryan Aplin            QB      6-1   205   So.-R 1L Tampa, Fla. (Fleming Island)
                     16    Carter Callahan         K    5-11   170   Fr.-R RS Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
                     17    Allen Muse            WR      6-4   215    So.  1L Leesville, La. (Leesville)
                     18    Andre Smith          QB/WR    6-1   215   So.-R 1L Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker)
                     19    Walter Moody           DB     6-0   185    Sr.  2L Oakland, Miss.(Northwest Mississippi CC)
                     20    Cole Lorigan           DB    5-10   170   So.-R 1L Hot Springs (Hot Springs)
                     21    Kelcie McCray          DB     6-2   195   Jr.-R 2L Columbus, Ga. (Columbus)
                     22    Derek Lawson           RB    5-11   210   Jr.-R 2L Jonesboro (Nettleton)
                     23    Demario Davis          LB     6-3   230   Jr.-R 2L Brandon, Miss. (Brandon)
                     25    Chaz Scales            DB     5-9   170    So.  1L Franklin, Tenn. (Centennial)
                     26    M.D. Jennings          DB     6-0   185   Sr.-R 3L Calhoun City, Miss. (Calhoun City)
                     27    Sirgregory Thornton    RB    5-11   190    Fr.  HS Memphis, Tenn. (Germantown)
                     28    Isaiah Shepard         DB    5-11   220    Sr.  2L Akron, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit)
                     29    Darryl Feemster        DB    5-11   185    Jr.  TR Reno, Nev. (Los Angeles Harbor College)
                     30    Michael Lombardo       LB    6-0    230    Jr.  TR Jupiter, Fla. (College of the Sequoias (CA))
                     31    Tausean Holmes         DB    5-10   190    So.  1L Millington, Tenn. (Millington)
                     32    Nick Nelms             LB    5-11   225    So.  1L Germantown, Tenn. (Houston)
                     33    Jonathan Victorian     DB    6-0    185    Jr.  SQ St. Louis, Mo. (Pattonville)
                     34    Najel Byrd             LB     6-0   225    Sr.  1L West Helena, Ark. (Central)
                     35    Adrian Hills           DB     6-2   185    Jr.  TR Oroville, Calif. (Butte College)
                     36    Brandon Parker          K     6-0   185   So.-R 1L Coral Springs, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas)
                     37    Graham Bates           DB     6-0   190    Jr.  2L Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Allen D. Nease)
                     39    Darron Edwards         DB    5-11   175    Jr.  TR Baltimore, Md. (Butler (KS) CC)
                     40    Nathan Herrold         LB     6-3   235   So.-R 1L Ozark, Mo. (Ozark)
                     41    LaAngelo Albright      LB    5-11   205   Fr.-R RS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
                     42    Jeff Blake             TE     6-0   240    Sr.  3L Paragould (Greene County Tech)
                     43    Jermaine Robertson     RB    5-11   230   Jr.-R 2L Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Northridge)
                     44    Cody Prater            TE     6-0   215   So.-R 1L Jonesboro (Valley View)
                     45    James Walker           RB    5-11   190   Fr.-R RS Memphis, Tenn. (Houston)
                     46    Darius Glover          LB     6-1   230   Sr.-R 2L Bossier City, La. (Airline)

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No.   Name               Pos.    Ht.   Wt.    Cl. Exp Hometown (previous school)
47    Justin Robertson    DE     6-2   250    Jr.  1L Memphis, Tenn. (Whitehaven)
48    Grant Gill          LB    6-1    210    Fr.  HS McGehee, Ark. (McGehee)
51    Alfonzo Simmons     DL    6-0    265    Jr.  TR Savannah, Ga. (Butte (CA) College)
52    Elroy Brown         LB     6-0   235   Jr.-R 2L Osceola (Osceola)
53    Qushaun Lee         LB    5-11   225    Fr.  HS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
54    Julian Green        DE    6-6    255   So.-R 1L Forrest City (Forrest City)
55    Eric Allen          OL    6-1    300   So.-R 1L Daphne, Ala. (Daphne)
57    Trey Outlaw         DS     6-0   240   Jr.-R SQ Monticello (Monticello)
58    Tyler Greve         OL    6-3    290    Fr.  HS Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
59    Jake Campbell       OL    6-6    320   Fr.-R RS Belleville, Ill. (Belleville East)
61    Drew Hilton         OL     6-4   305   Sr.-R 3L Batesville (Batesville)
62    Alex Kautai         OL    6-2    305    Sr.  1L Euless, Texas (Kilgore (TX) Junior College)
63    Cliff Mitchell      OL    6-5    305   Fr.-R RS Jasper, Texas (Jasper)
64    Justin Carney       OL    6-5    280   Fr.-R RS DeWitt (DeWitt)
65    Ryan Carrethers     DL     6-2   310   Fr.-R RS Nashville, Tenn. (Brentwood Academy)
67    Kiano Prater        OL     6-5   305   Sr.-R 1L San Bernardino, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley Coll.)
68    Alfred Louis        OL    6-3    315   Sr.-R 3L Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Fort Lauderdale)
69    Alan Wright         OL     6-4   295    Fr.  HS Cave City, Ark. (Cave City)




                                                                                                             NUME RICAL ROSTE R
70    Delano Moore        OL    6-5    305   Jr.-R 2L Sunrise, Fla. (Piper)
71    Sifa Etu            OL     6-1   295    Sr.  1L Hayward, Calif. (Chabot (CA) Junior College)
72    Derek Newton        OL     6-5   305   Sr.-R 1L Utica, Miss. (Hinds CC)
73    Tom Castilaw        OL     6-3   280   Sr.-R 3L Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound)
75    Chris Tolbert       OL    6-5    275   Fr.-R RS Birmingham, Ala. (Erwin)
77    Tyson Holligan      OL    6-2    340   Sr.-R 1L Carrollton, Texas (Newman-Smith)
78    Tyler McKee         OL    6-2    315   Fr.-R RS Fayetteville (Fayetteville)
79    Greg McCall         DL    5-11   305    Jr.  2L Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
80    Raheim Alford      WR     5-10   175    Fr.  HS Warren, Ark. (Warren)
81    Shederick Austin   WR     5-10   175   So.-R 1L Crossett, Ark. (Crossett)
82    R.J. Fleming       WR     5-10   170    Fr.  HS Natchez, Miss. (Trinity Episcopal Day Sch.)
83    Earl Lucas         WR      5-9   157    Fr.  HS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
84    Adam Gaston         DS     5-9   220    Sr.  3L Hattiesburg, Miss. (Oak Grove)
85    Kedric Murry        TE     6-3   265   So.-R 1L Pleasant Grove, Ala. (Pleasant Grove)
86    Dexter Samuel       TE     6-2   225   Fr.-R RS Hampton (Hampton)
87    Kenneth Rains       TE     6-4   250    Fr.  HS Hot Springs, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
88    Bobby Zalud        K/P     5-8   160    Fr.  HS Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon)
89    Brian Davis        K/P    5-11   160    Fr.  HS Brentwood, Tenn. (Brentwood)
90    Bryan Hall          DL     6-2   290   Sr.-R 3L Paducah, Ky. (Tilghman)
91    Timothy Starson     DE     6-5   255   So.-R 1L Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside)
92    Dorvus Woods        DL     6-3   265   Jr.-R 2L St. Louis, Mo. (Vashon)
93    Darius Dunaway      DE     6-5   260   Fr.-R RS Monroe, La. (Carroll)
94    Markel Owens        DL    6-2    280    Fr.  HS Jackson, Tenn. (Liberty Tech)
96    Jeremy Gibson       DE    6-5    250   Jr.-R 2L Eutaw, Ala. (Greene County)
97    Amos Draper         DL     6-3   270   Fr.-R RS Tanner, Ala. (Tanner)
98    Blake Chavis        DE     6-5   249    Jr.  TR Beaumont, Texas (Navarro (TX) College)
99    Brandon Joiner      DE     6-3   255    Jr.  TR Killeen, Texas (Navarro (TX) College)
      Armondo Cason      WR      5-5   165   Fr.-R RS Crossett (Crossett)
      Jackie Hawkins     WR      5-6   165   So.-R 1L Texarkana, Ark. (Arkansas)
      Steven Reid         TE     6-4   240   Fr.-R RS Bentonville (Bentonville)


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                       No.   Name                    Pos.    Ht.   Wt.    Cl. Exp Hometown (previous school)
                       41    LaAngelo Albright        LB    5-11   205   Fr.-R RS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
                       80    Raheim Alford           WR     5-10   175    Fr.  HS Warren, Ark. (Warren)
                       55    Eric Allen               OL     6-1   300   So.-R 1L Daphne, Ala. (Daphne)
                       16    Ryan Aplin              QB      6-1   205   So.-R 1L Tampa, Fla. (Fleming Island)
                       81    Shederick Austin        WR     5-10   175   So.-R 1L Crossett, Ark. (Crossett)
                       11    Matthew Baltensperger     K    5-10   185   Fr.-R RS Millington, Tenn. (Millington)
                       37    Graham Bates             DB     6-0   190    Jr.  2L Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Allen D. Nease)
                       42    Jeff Blake               TE     6-0   240    Sr.  3L Paragould (Greene County Tech)
                       52    Elroy Brown              LB     6-0   235   Jr.-R 2L Osceola (Osceola)
                       11    Phillip Butterfield     QB     6-2    215   Fr.-R RS Lake Hamilton, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
                       34    Najel Byrd               LB     6-0   225    Sr.  1L West Helena, Ark. (Central)
                       16    Carter Callahan           K    5-11   170   Fr.-R RS Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
                       59    Jake Campbell            OL    6-6    320   Fr.-R RS Belleville, Ill. (Belleville East)
                       64    Justin Carney            OL    6-5    280   Fr.-R RS DeWitt (DeWitt)
                       65    Ryan Carrethers          DL     6-2   310   Fr.-R RS Nashville, Tenn. (Brentwood Academy)
                             Armondo Cason           WR      5-5   165   Fr.-R RS Crossett (Crossett)
                       73    Tom Castilaw             OL     6-3   280   Sr.-R 3L Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound)
                       98    Blake Chavis             DE     6-5   249    Jr.  TR Beaumont, Texas (Navarro (TX) College)
ALPHABETICAL ROSTE R




                       89    Brian Davis             K/P    5-11   160    Fr.  HS Brentwood, Tenn. (Brentwood)
                       23    Demario Davis            LB     6-3   230   Jr.-R 2L Brandon, Miss. (Brandon)
                       97    Amos Draper              DL     6-3   270   Fr.-R RS Tanner, Ala. (Tanner)
                       93    Darius Dunaway           DE     6-5   260   Fr.-R RS Monroe, La. (Carroll)
                       71    Sifa Etu                 OL     6-1   295    Sr.  1L Hayward, Calif. (Chabot (CA) Junior College)
                       39    Darron Edwards           DB    5-11   175    Jr.  TR Baltimore, Md. (Butler (KS) CC)
                       29    Darryl Feemster          DB    5-11   185    Jr.  TR Reno, Nev. (Los Angeles Harbor College)
                       82    R.J. Fleming            WR     5-10   170    Fr.  HS Natchez, Miss. (Trinity Episcopal Day Sch.)
                       9     Dwayne Frampton         WR      5-9   180    Jr.  TR Wilmington, Calif. (Los Angeles Harbor Coll.)
                       84    Adam Gaston              DS     5-9   220    Sr.  3L Hattiesburg, Miss. (Oak Grove)
                       96    Jeremy Gibson            DE    6-5    250   Jr.-R 2L Eutaw, Ala. (Greene County)
                       48    Grant Gill               LB    6-1    210    Fr.  HS McGehee, Ark. (McGehee)
                       46    Darius Glover            LB     6-1   230   Sr.-R 2L Bossier City, La. (Airline)
                       54    Julian Green             DE     6-6   255   So.-R 1L Forrest City (Forrest City)
                       58    Tyler Greve              OL    6-3    290    Fr.  HS Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
                       8     Branton Hall             DB     6-1   195    Fr.  HS Lincoln, Ala. (Lincoln)
                       90    Bryan Hall               DL     6-2   290   Sr.-R 3L Paducah, Ky. (Tilghman)
                             Jackie Hawkins          WR      5-6   165   So.-R 1L Texarkana, Ark. (Arkansas)
                       8     Lucious Henderson       WR     5-10   185    Sr.  1L Austin, Texas (Navarro (TX) Junior College)
                       40    Nathan Herrold           LB     6-3   235   So.-R 1L Ozark, Mo. (Ozark)
                       35    Adrian Hills             DB     6-2   185    Jr.  TR Oroville, Calif. (Butte College)
                       61    Drew Hilton              OL     6-4   305   Sr.-R 3L Batesville (Batesville)
                       31    Tausean Holmes           DB    5-10   190    So.  1L Millington, Tenn. (Millington)
                       77    Tyson Holligan           OL    6-2    340   Sr.-R 1L Carrollton, Texas (Newman-Smith)
                       6     Frankie Jackson          RB    5-9    185    Fr.  HS Baton Rouge, La. (Capitol)
                       26    M.D. Jennings            DB     6-0   185   Sr.-R 3L Calhoun City, Miss. (Calhoun City)
                       99    Brandon Joiner           DE     6-3   255    Jr.  TR Killeen, Texas (Navarro (TX) College)
                       7     Julian Jones             DB    6-0    190   Fr.-R RS Germantown, Tenn. (Germantown)
                       62    Alex Kautai              OL     6-2   305    Sr.  1L Euless, Texas (Kilgore (TX) Junior College)
                       4     Jaquan Kilcrease         DB    6-2    200   Jr.-R 2L Nashville, Tenn. (McGavock)
                       22    Derek Lawson             RB    5-11   210   Jr.-R 2L Jonesboro (Nettleton)

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No.   Name                 Pos. Ht.   Wt.    Cl. Exp Hometown (previous school)
53    Qushaun Lee           LB 5-11   225    Fr.  HS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
30    Michael Lombardo      LB 6-0    230    Jr.  TR Jupiter, Fla. (College of the Sequoias (CA))
20    Cole Lorigan          DB 5-10   170   So.-R 1L Hot Springs (Hot Springs)
68    Alfred Louis          OL 6-3    315   Sr.-R 3L Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Fort Lauderdale)
83    Earl Lucas           WR 5-9     157    Fr.  HS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
79    Greg McCall           DL 5-11   305    Jr.  2L Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
1     Carlos McCants       WR 5-11    185   Fr.-R RS Mobile, Ala. (LeFlore)
21    Kelcie McCray         DB 6-2    195   Jr.-R 2L Columbus, Ga. (Columbus)
78    Tyler McKee           OL 6-2    315   Fr.-R RS Fayetteville (Fayetteville)
5     Javon McKinnon        LB 6-0    230   Sr.-R 3L Memphis, Tenn. (Melrose)
63    Cliff Mitchell        OL 6-5    305   Fr.-R RS Jasper, Texas (Jasper)
19    Walter Moody          DB 6-0    185    Sr.  2L Oakland, Miss.(Northwest Mississippi CC)
70    Delano Moore          OL 6-5    305   Jr.-R 2L Sunrise, Fla. (Piper)
85    Kedric Murry          TE 6-3    265   So.-R 1L Pleasant Grove, Ala. (Pleasant Grove)
17    Allen Muse           WR 6-4     215    So.  1L Leesville, La. (Leesville)
32    Nick Nelms            LB 5-11   225    So.  1L Germantown, Tenn. (Houston)
72    Derek Newton          OL 6-5    305   Sr.-R 1L Utica, Miss. (Hinds CC)
57    Trey Outlaw           DS 6-0    240   Jr.-R SQ Monticello (Monticello)




                                                                                                            ALPHABETICALROSTE RR
                                                                                                             NUME RICAL ROSTE
94    Markel Owens          DL 6-2    280    Fr.  HS Jackson, Tenn. (Liberty Tech)
36    Brandon Parker         K  6-0   185   So.-R 1L Coral Springs, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas)
44    Cody Prater           TE 6-0    215   So.-R 1L Jonesboro (Valley View)
67    Kiano Prater          OL 6-5    305   Sr.-R 1L San Bernardino, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley Coll.)
87    Kenneth Rains         TE 6-4    250    Fr.  HS Hot Springs, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
      Steven Reid           TE 6-4    240   Fr.-R RS Bentonville (Bentonville)
43    Jermaine Robertson    RB 5-11   230   Jr.-R 2L Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Northridge)
47    Justin Robertson      DE 6-2    250    Jr.  1L Memphis, Tenn. (Whitehaven)
10    Anthony Robinson     WR 5-7     175    Sr.  3L Little Rock (Little Rock Hall)
86    Dexter Samuel         TE 6-2    225   Fr.-R RS Hampton (Hampton)
25    Chaz Scales           DB 5-9    170    So.  1L Franklin, Tenn. (Centennial)
28    Isaiah Shepard        DB 5-11   220    Sr.  2L Akron, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit)
51    Alfonzo Simmons       DL 6-0    265    Jr.  TR Savannah, Ga. (Butte (CA) College)
18    Andre Smith         QB/WR 6-1   215   So.-R 1L Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker)
91    Timothy Starson       DE 6-5    255   So.-R 1L Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside)
2     Taylor Stockemer     WR 6-4     210   So.-R 1L Van Buren, Ark. (Van Buren)
15    Neely Sullivent        P  6-0   190   Jr.-R SQ Bauxite (Bauxite)
27    Sirgregory Thornton   RB 5-11   190    Fr.  HS Memphis, Tenn. (Germantown)
75    Chris Tolbert         OL 6-5    275   Fr.-R RS Birmingham, Ala. (Erwin)
2     Andrew Tryon          DB 5-10   185    Fr.  HS Russellville, Ark. (Russellville)
33    Jonathan Victorian    DB 6-0    185    Jr.  SQ St. Louis, Mo. (Pattonville)
45    James Walker          RB 5-11   190   Fr.-R RS Memphis, Tenn. (Houston)
14    Bo Wallace           QB 6-4     195    Fr.  HS Pulaski, Tenn. (Giles County)
12    Jonathan White       WR 5-11    185   Sr.-R 3L Franklin, Tenn. (Battle Ground Academy)
13    Aerion Williams      QB 6-2     205    Fr.  HS Gulfport, Miss. (Harrison Central)
3     Marquette Williams    DB 5-11   205   Sr.-R 3L West Memphis (West Memphis)
92    Dorvus Woods          DL 6-3    265   Jr.-R 2L St. Louis, Mo. (Vashon)
69    Alan Wright           OL 6-4    295    Fr.  HS Cave City, Ark. (Cave City)
1     Sterling Young        DB 6-2    182    Fr.  HS Hoover, Ala. (Hoover)
88    Bobby Zalud          K/P 5-8    160    Fr.  HS Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon)


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                                   OFFENSE                                                               DEFENSE
               Pos. No.   Name                Ht.      Wt.     Cl.    Exp.        Pos. No.     Name                Ht.       Wt.     Cl.      Exp.
               LT 70      Delano Moore        6-5      305   Jr.-RS    2L         DE 96        Jeremy Gibson 6-5             250   Jr.-RS      2L
                    67    Kiano Prater        6-5      305   Sr.-RS    1L              99      Brandon Joiner 6-3            255     Jr.       TR
               LG 61      Drew Hilton         6-4      305   Sr.-RS    3L         DT 90        Bryan Hall         6-2        290   Sr.-RS      3L
                    68    Alfred Louis        6-3      315   Sr.-RS    3L              97      Amos Draper        6-3        270     Fr.       RS
               C    73    Tom Castilaw        6-3      280   Sr.-RS    3L         NG 92        Dorvus Woods 6-3              265   Jr.-RS      2L
                    55    Eric Allen          6-1      300   So.-RS    1L              79      Greg McCall        5-11       305     Jr.       2L
               -or- 62    Alex Kautai         6-2      305     Sr.     1L         DE 47        Justin Robertson 6-2          250     Jr.       1L
               RG 71      Sifa Etu            6-1      295     Sr.     1L              91      Timothy Starson 6-5           255   So.-RS      1L
                    63    Cliff Mitchell      6-5      305    Fr.-R    RS         SLB 23       Demario Davis 6-3             230   Jr.-RS      2L
               RT 72      Derek Newton        6-5      305   Sr.-RS    1L              46      Darius Glover      6-1        230   Sr.-RS      3L
                    59    Jake Campbell 6-6            320     Fr.     RS         MLB 32       Nick Nelms         5-11       225    So.        1L
               TE 85      Kedric Murry        6-3      265   So.-RS    1L              40      Nathan Herrold 6-3            235   So.-RS      1L
                    42    Jeff Blake          6-0      240     Sr.     3L         WLB 5        Javon McKinnon 6-0            230   Sr.-RS      3L
               WR 2       Taylor Stockemer 6-4         210   So.-RS    1L              34      Najel Byrd         6-0        225     Sr.       1L
                X 12      Jonathan White 5-11          185     Sr.     3L         FS 26        M.D. Jennings 6-0             185   Sr.-RS      3L
               WR 8       Lucious Henderson 5-10       185     Sr.     1L               4      Jaquan Kilcrease 6-2          200   Jr.-RS      2L
                Y    1    Carlos McCants 5-11          185     Fr.     RS         SS 21        Kelcie McCray 6-2             195   Jr.-RS      2L
               WR 17      Allen Muse          6-4      215     So.     1L              37      Graham Bates 6-0              190     Jr.       2L
                Z 18      Andre Smith         6-1      215   So.-RS    1L         LC 39        Darron Edwards 5-11           175     Jr.       TR
               WR 9       Dwayne Frampton 5-9          180     Jr.     TR              25      Chaz Scales        5-9        170    So.        1L
DE PTH CHART




                H 10      Anthony Robinson 5-7         175     Sr.     3L         RC 19        Walter Moody       6-0        185     Sr.       2L
               RB 22      Derek Lawson 5-11            210   Jr.-RS    2L               7      Julian Jones       6-0        190     Fr.       RS
                    43    Jermaine Robertson 5-11      230   Jr.-RS    2L         NB 3         Marquette Williams 5-11       205   Sr.-RS      3L
               QB 16      Ryan Aplin          6-1      205   So.-RS    1L              31      Tausean Holmes 5-10           190    So.        1L
                    11    Phillip Butterfield 6-2      215     Fr.     RS
                                                                                         RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
                                                                                   Rushing . . . . .Ryan Aplin (64 att., 253 yds., 4 TD)
                            SPECIAL TEAMS                                          Passing . . . .Ryan Aplin (77-118-6, 889 yds., 3 TD)
                                                                                   Receiving . .T. Stockemer (16 rec., 347 yds., 1 TD)
               Pos. No.   Name                   Ht.   Wt.     Cl.    Exp.         Total Offense . .Ryan Aplin (182 plays, 1,142 yds.)
               P    15    Neely Sullivent 6-0          190   Jr.-RS   SQ           All-Purpose . . . . . . . .Taylor Stockemer (347 yds.)
                    36    Brandon Parker 6-0           185   So.-RS    1L          Kickoff Returns . . . .L. Henderson (1 ret., 20 yds.)
               PK 36      Brandon Parker 6-0           185   So.-RS    1L          Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ryan Aplin (26 points)
                    11    Matthew Baltensperger 5-10   185     Fr.     RS          Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Demario Davis (80)
               KO 36      Brandon Parker 6-0           185   So.-RS    1L          Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . .Bryan Hall (9.0-22 yds.)
                    15    Matthew Baltensperger 5-10   185     Fr.     RS          Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . .Demario Davis (3.0-27 yds.)
               KR 8       Lucious Henderson 5-10       185     Sr.     1L          Interceptions . . . . . . . . .Kelcie McCray (4-69 yds.)
                     1    Carlos McCants 5-11          185     Fr.     RS                    LOST STATISTICAL LEADERS
                     9    Dwayne Frampton 5-9          180     Jr.     TR          Rushing . . . . .R. Arnold (168 att., 723 yds., 12 TD)
                    31    Tausean Holmes 5-10          190    So.      1L          Passing . . .C. Leonard (114-211-6, 1,416 yds., 7 TD)
               DS 84      Adam Gaston           5-9    220     Sr.     1L          Receiving . . .B. Thompkins (47 rec., 598 yds., 4 TD)
                    57    Trey Outlaw           6-0    240   Jr.-RS   SQ           Total Offense . . . . . . . .Corey Leonard (1,590 yds.)
                                                                                   All-Purpose . . . . .Brandon Thompkins (1,416 yds.)
                                                                                   Punt Returns . .D. Walker (25 ret., 212 yds., 0 TD)
                                                                                   KO Returns . .B. Thompkins (35 ret., 790 yds., 0 TD)
                                                                                   Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . .Josh Arauco (14-of-17)
                                                                                   Punt Avg. . . .R. Wilbourn (53 tot., 2,240 yds., 42.3 avg.)
                                                                                   Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reggie Arnold (72 points)
                                                                                   Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Daylan Walker (51)
                                                                                   Tackles For Loss . . .Alex Carrington (14.5-72 yds.)
                                                                                   Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . .Alex Carrington (9.0-60 yds.)
                                                                                   Interceptions . . . . . . . . . .Daylan Walker (1-0 yds.)

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                                  Not long after                  ASU has been bowl eligible three of the last
                                  leading Arkansas         five seasons and the last four Roberts’ coached
                                  State to the 2005        teams backed up the 2005 Sun Belt champi-
                                  Sun Belt Confer-         onship with non-conference victories over teams
                                  ence      champi-        such as Army, Memphis, SMU and Texas A&M.
                                  onship and New           The Red Wolves’ 2008 win over the Aggies was
                                  Orleans Bowl,            one of the biggest wins in school history as ASU
                                  head coach Steve         picked up its first victory over a BCS conference
                                  Roberts contin-          school since joining the FBS.
                                  ues to make ASU                 The Red Wolves have finished among the
                                  a dominant force         top three teams in the Sun Belt Conference four
                                  in the Sun Belt          times, but ASU has also been competitive during
Conference and has ASU on track for continued              Roberts’ tenure against the nation’s elite teams.




                                                                                                                 HEAD COACH STEVE RO BE RTS (9TH SEASON)
success in the upcoming years.                             ASU fell to then-ranked No. 25 Memphis by just
        When the 2005 Sun Belt Conference Coach            12 points in 2004, No. 4 Texas by eight points in
of the Year took over the program in December              2007 and No. 13 Iowa by three points in 2009.
2001, he impressed everyone with his wide-eyed                    In addition to the 2002 and 2008 teams, the
enthusiasm and limitless energy. And, most of all,         2005 and 2006 squads both posted six wins to
they believed that Roberts would bring success             mark the first time since the 1986 and 1987 sea-
to the ASU football program. Roberts has been              sons the Red Wolves recorded at least six victo-
the driving force behind ASU’s recent success,             ries in back-to-back seasons. Roberts already
leading the football program to its most victories         holds the fifth most wins among ASU’s 26 all-time
over an eight-year span since 1985-92.                     head and needs just 12 more victories to move
        Roberts came to Arkansas State University          into second on the list.
and brought with him a fresh enthusiasm, energy,                  The 2008 Roberts’ coached team holds the
and an “I Will” philosophy that has been adopted           all-time school record for single-season offense
by everyone associated with the program.                   and the ASU defense has ranked No. 1 or No. 2
        “I Will” became the rallying cry as Roberts        in the Sun Belt Conference each of the last four
and his staff charged ahead through a grueling             seasons.
13-game schedule in 13 weeks with no open date                    Over the last eight years, ASU has picked
in his inaugural season and came within 11 points          up 70 all-conference selections, including at least
of winning the Sun Belt Conference champi-                 10 four of the last five years. ASU had 11 players
onship and playing in the Sun Belt Conference              named all-conference in 2008, its most ever as a
prize—the New Orleans Bowl.                                member of the SBC. The Red Wolves placed 10
        ASU ended the season with a record of 6-           players on the list in 2002, 2005 and 2006, and
7 and finished third in the league rankings. That          nine in 2007.
tied the most wins since rejoining Division I-A in                Roberts has coached a Sun Belt Confer-
1992. The Red Wolves finished in the top ten               ence Freshman of the Year, Offensive Player of
turnarounds by Division I-A football schools for           the Year, two Defensive Player of the Year win-
improving football records after finishing 2-9 in          ners and a Newcomer of the Year.
2001.                                                             The Red Wolves have had four NFL draft
        Under Roberts’ direction, ASU continues to         picks under Roberts, including David Johnson in
add to the achievements that began upon his ar-            2009, Tyrell Johnson in 2008, Oren O’Neal in
rival. Not only did ASU represent the Sun Belt             2007 and Corey Williams in 2004. Johnson was
Conference in the 2005 New Orleans Bowl, it                a second-round selection and the third highest
claimed its first league championship since 1986.          drafted player in ASU history. Alex Carrington,
 Arkansas State went undefeated at home that               the 2008 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player
season and is now 29-10 all-time at ASU Stadium            of the Year, is also expected by many experts to
under Roberts. The bowl appearance was ASU’s               be a high draft selection in 2010. Additonally, 13
first since playing in the 1970 Pecan Bowl.                ASU players have either been drafted or signed

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                                          NFL free agent contracts since Roberts’ first sea-        2000 at Northwestern (La.) State.
                                          son in 2002.                                                    Roberts spent two seasons at NSU, where
                                                 With five Sun Belt Conference Team Aca-            he and his staff and team took on a tough sched-
                                          demic Awards, Roberts has made academics a                ule which included a 27-24 overtime upset at
                                          priority as well for the Red Wolves. ASU consis-          TCU. While at NSU, Roberts was a finalist for the
                                          tently places a large number of players on the            Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year
                                          ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt           Award. Prior to going to NSU, Roberts served as
                                          Conference Academic Honor Roll. The most re-              the head coach and defensive coordinator at
                                          cent ASU AD’s Honor Roll saw 45 football players          Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia from
                                          make the list.                                            1994-99. While there, his 1997 team won the
                                                 Attendance has show significant improve-           Gulf South Championship, earning him Gulf
                                          ment during the Roberts era. ASU has drawn a              South Coach of the Year honors. The Muleriders
                                          crowd of over 20,000 in 15 games all-time at ASU          finished with a cumulative record of 26-5 from
HEAD COACH STEVE RO BE RTS (9TH SEASON)




                                          Stadium and six of those have come over the last          1997-99, including 9-1 in 1999, 8-2 in 1998 and 9-
                                          nine games. Of those 15 games, 11 have been               2 in 1997.
                                          played with Roberts as head coach.                              During that span, his teams enjoyed top
                                                 A stadium-record crowd was of 30,427 was           conference rankings in scoring offense, scoring
                                          on hand to watch ASU play Memphis in 2004, and            defense, total offense and total defense. At SAU,
                                          ASU set the best average attendance mark of               he also served as the defensive secondary coach
                                          21,105 in 2008.                                           and recruiting coordinator from 1990-94 before
                                                 During his tenure, ASU has upgraded its fa-        being named head coach. Academically, his pro-
                                          cilities with a new training room, weight room,           gram ranked first in academic achievements in
                                          locker room, recruiting room and state-of-the-art         the Gulf South Conference three seasons.
                                          ProGreen turf on the field.                                     Roberts, an avid fisherman, graduated from
                                                 Roberts was named Arkansas State’s 26th            Robinson High School in Little Rock. A 1987
                                          head football coach on December 21, 2001, to              graduate of Ouachita Baptist University, where he
                                          bring full circle his coaching odyssey from his           was an Academic All-American, Roberts received
                                          home state through Louisiana and back. But, the           his masters from SAU in 1989. He and his wife
                                          trek has been a successful one, including an 8-4          Sherri have one daughter – Abby (14).
                                          record and national ranking in Division I-AA in




                                                                                  THE ROBERTS FAMILY
                                                                                  Steve, Abby and Sherri
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                                                                                                                       HEAD COACH STEVE RO BE RTS (9TH SEASON)
   ROBERTS’ ASU HIGHLIGHTS
       Roberts has led Arkansas State to its most vic-
 tories over an eight-year span since 1985-92.
       Already holds the fifth most wins among ASU’s
                                                                        THE ROBERTS FILE
 26 all-time head coaches.
                                                               Born: October 13, 1964
       2005 Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year.
                                                               Age: 45
       Under Roberts, ASU has been bowl eligible               Wife: Sherri
 three of the last five seasons.                               Daughter: Abby
       Holds non-conference victories over teams such          Alma Mater: Ouachita Baptist (Arkadelphia, Ark.) ‘87;
 as Tulsa, Army, SMU, Memphis and Texas A&M.                    B.S.E., Math and Physical Education
 The 2008 victory over the Aggies was one of the               Graduate School: Southern Arkansas Univ. (Mag-
 biggest wins in school history as ASU picked up its             nolia, Ark.), Master of Education, 1989
 first victory over a BCS conference school since join-        Record at ASU: 41-55 (8 years)
 ing the FBS.                                                  Record: 90-88-1 (16 years)
       Led ASU to the 2005 Sun Belt Conf. Champi-              Previous Coaching Experience: Northwestern
                                                                 State (Head Coach, 2000-01), Southern Arkansas
 onship, the Red Wolves’ first league championship
                                                                 (Head Coach, 1994-99; Assistant Coach, 1990-
 since 1986.
                                                                 93), Texas High School (Assistant Coach, 1988-
       The Red Wolves were undefeated at home in                 89), Southern Arkansas (Asst. Coach, 1987)
 2005 and are 29-10 at ASU Stadium under Roberts.              High School: Robinson (Little Rock, AR) HS
       ASU’s 2005 New Orleans Bowl appearance was
 the first for ASU since the 1970 Pecan Bowl.                  ROBERTS YEAR-BY-YEAR (HC)
       Under Roberts the Red Wolves have picked up
                                                               2009    Arkansas State     4-8        T6th Sun Belt
 70 all-conference selections, including at least 10           2008    Arkansas State     6-6        T3rd Sun Belt
 three of the last five years. ASU had 11 players              2007    Arkansas State     5-7        T5th Sun Belt
 named all-conference in 2008, its most ever as a              2006    Arkansas State     6-6        T3rd Sun Belt
 member of the SBC. ASU placed 10 players on the               2005    Arkansas State     6-6        T1st Sun Belt
 list in 2002, 2005 and 2006 and nine in 2007.                 2004    Arkansas State     3-8         5th Sun Belt
       Roberts has coached a Sun Belt Conference               2003    Arkansas State     5-7        T4th Sun Belt
 Freshman of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year,           2002    Arkansas State     6-7         3rd Sun Belt
 two Defensive Player of the Year winners and a                2001    Northwestern St.   8-4
 Newcomer of the Year. In 2006, he coached two                 2000    Northwestern St.   6-5
                                                               1999    Southern Arkansas 9-1
 players that were named to at least one Freshman
                                                               1998    Southern Arkansas 8-2
 All-America team.
                                                               1997    Southern Arkansas 9-2
       The Red Wolves finished in the top 10 turn-             1996    Southern Arkansas 4-6
 arounds by a Division I-A school his first season at          1995    Southern Arkansas 4-6
 the helm, going from 2-9 in 2001 to 6-7 in 2002.              1994    Southern Arkansas 1-7-1

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                                                                                                                                                             Kevin Corless begins his          the defensive unit could be seen almost immediately.
                                                                                                                                                           ninth season as the defen-          The 2002 defense jumped up 41 spots to 39th in the
                                                                                                                                                           sive coordinator and line-          country in total defense from 80th in 2001 under the
                                                                                                                                                           backers coach at Arkansas           previous staff. The swarming defense sacked opposing
                                                                                                                                                           State and takes on the new          quarterbacks 33 times, up from 8 the previous season.
                                                                                                                                                           role of associate head              The unit more than tripled its interceptions total to 16 in
                                                                                                                                                           coach to begin the 2010             2002.
                                                                                                                                                           season.                                Corless came to Jonesboro after seven seasons at
                                                                                                                                                             Corless and the defensive         Northwestern (La.) State, where he helped lead the
                                                                                                                                                           staff guided the Red Wolves         Demons to Division I-AA playoff appearances in 1997,
                                                                                                                                                           defense to a No. 1 ranking          1998 and 2001, as well as two Southland Conference
                                                                                                                              in the Sun Belt Conference in 2009. Arkansas State’s             championships (1997 & 1998). While there, North-
                                                                                                                              defensive unit has finished first in the Sun Belt Confer-        western’s defenses consistently ranked as one of the
                                                                                                                              ence two of the last three years. Despite the Red                top defensive units in the country.
                                                                                                                              Wolves tough schedule, the 2009 defensive unit, led                 Also at NSU, he developed one of the top punt re-
                                                                                                                              by defensive end Alex Carrington (3rd round NFL Draft            turn units in the country, led by All-America selection
                                                   DEFENSIVE COO R DINATO R, LINE BACKE RS (Northwest Missouri State, 1985)




                                                                                                                              selection by the Buffalo Bills and 2008 SBC Defensive            Terrance McGee (4th round NFL Draft selection by the
                                                                                                                              Player of the Year), finished the season ranked nation-          Buffalo Bills and rookie Pro Bowl Selection). NSU fin-
ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH KEVIN CO RLESS (9TH SEASON)




                                                                                                                              ally as the 41st best defense in the country. Ranking            ished No. 1 in the country in punt returns in 1998.
                                                                                                                              30th nationally in rushing defense, ASU allowed just                Corless moved from defensive line coach to defen-
                                                                                                                              two 100 yard rushers during the season.                          sive coordinator and linebackers coach prior to the
                                                                                                                                  Following the 2009 season, Corless was named by              1999 season, and helped lead the NSU Demons’ de-
                                                                                                                              Rivals.com as the Sun Belt Conference “Defensive Co-             fense to a No. 16-ranking in the country after losing
                                                                                                                              ordinator of the Year”.                                          nine starters from the 13th-ranked defensive unit of
                                                                                                                                  Under Corless’ leadership, the defense has been              1998.
                                                                                                                              one of the most consistent units in the Sun Belt, finish-           Prior to his arrival at NSU, Corless coached the line-
                                                                                                                              ing first or second in total defense and among the top           backers and coordinated special teams at Montana
                                                                                                                              50 teams in the nation in each of the last four years,           Tech (1987 to 1995) and helped lead a team that had
                                                                                                                              including 2007 and 2009 when it led the league in de-            not won a game in three seasons to many winning sea-
                                                                                                                              fense and 2006 when it ranked 32nd in the nation. Dur-           sons, conference titles and the school’s first appear-
                                                                                                                              ing those four years, the Red Wolves defense finished            ance in the national playoffs in 1992.
                                                                                                                              first or second in the five major defensive categories:             Corless began his coaching career in 1984 at North-
                                                                                                                              total defense, scoring defense, rushing defense, pass-           west Missouri State, coaching linebackers from 1984
                                                                                                                              ing defense and red zone defense.                                to 1986. He helped lead NWMSU to an MIAA confer-
                                                                                                                                  The 2008 team ranked second in the SBC and 46th              ence championship, a 10-2 record and the national
                                                                                                                              in the nation in total defense. The unit also ranked 39th        playoffs.
                                                                                                                              in the nation in passes intercepted, picking off a least            The Kansas City, Mo. native played linebacker,
                                                                                                                              one pass in nine of the Red Wolves’ 12 games. The                earned his bachelor’s and masters degree at North-
                                                                                                                              2008 team also posted 26 sacks to rank 37th in the na-           west Missouri State University.
                                                                                                                              tion. Under his tutelage, linebacker Ben Owens led the           Corless and his wife, Stacey, have three children, Anne
                                                                                                                              team in tackles and became the first player in ASU his-          (19), Caitlin (16), and Joe (14).
                                                                                                                              tory to be named a National Defensive Player of the
                                                                                                                              Week.
                                                                                                                                  The 2007 defense, led by Tyrell Johnson (2nd round
                                                                                                                              NFL Draft selection by the Minnesota Vikings and SBC
                                                                                                                              Defensive Player of the Year) ranked first in the Sun
                                                                                                                              Belt conference and 43rd in the nation in total defense.
                                                                                                                              Leading tackler and two time all-conference linebacker
                                                                                                                              Koby McKinnon led the 2006 SBC’s No. 2 defense to
                                                                                                                              its highest national ranking in recent history, 32nd in
                                                                                                                              the country.
                                                                                                                                  Coach Corless and the Red Wolves finished the
                                                                                                                              2005 season with a Sun Belt Conference title and a
                                                                                                                              bowl game appearance in the New Orleans Bowl.
                                                                                                                              Corless coached a 2003 defense which saw two play-
                                                                                                                              ers go to the NFL (Corey Williams to Green Bay and
                                                                                                                              Jon Bradley to Tampa Bay). He had a linebacker lead
                                                                                                                              the nation in tackles among all freshmen in 2004.
                                                                                                                                  After arriving at Arkansas State, Corless’ impact on

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                                Hugh Freeze enters his            highest in the history of the program. Freeze was re-
                             first season as an assistant         sponsible for the recruitment of nine signees, including
                             coach with the ASU football          two that went on to be named Freshman All-America,
                             program.                             in the class alone.
                                Freeze, who compiled a                While maintaining his duties as recruiting coordina-
                             20-5 record the last two             tor, he moved to wide receivers coach in 2007 and tu-
                             seasons at the helm of the           tored two players that were ranked among the top-15
                             Lambuth University football          players in receiving in the SEC. Ole Miss’ 2007 sign-
                             program, was announced               ing class was ranked 25th nationally and he was re-
                             as the Red Wolves offen-             sponsible for nine commitments in the 2008 signing
sive coordinator and quarterbacks coach on Feb. 26,               class.
2010.                                                                 Before going to Ole Miss, Freeze served 13 years at
   Freeze was named San Jose State’s offensive co-                Briarcrest Christian School in Memphis, Tenn., as a
ordinator on January 5 of this year, but spent less than          classroom teacher, coach and administrator. He was
two months with the Spartans’ program before coming               the Saints head football coach from 1995 to 2004, run-




                                                                                                                             OFFENSIVE COO R DINATO R, QUARTE R BACKS (SOUTHE RN MISSISSI P PI, 1992)
to Arkansas State.                                                ning the no huddle “spread system” for six years that
   Freeze was named the American Football Coaches                 led to six straight state championship games.
Association’s Southeast Region Coach of the Year and                  Freeze compiled a 99-23 record, which included an
in 2009 after leading the Eagles to their best regular            undefeated season in 1996, while at Briarcrest and led




                                                                                                                                                                                                        ASSISTANT COACH HUGH F REEZE (1ST SEASON)
season in school history with an 11-0 record. Under               the school to state championship titles in 2002 and
Freeze’s direction, Lambuth won the Mid-South Con-                2004. Briarcrest won regional championships in 1995,
ference West Division, advanced to the second round               1996, 1997, 1998, 2001 and 2002, and Freeze was
of the NAIA playoffs for the first time since 1999, fin-          named the Region 8-AA Coach of the Year five times
ished the year with a 12-1 mark and ascended to the               and Associated Press Coach of the Year four times.
No. 6 ranking in NAIA.                                                Before assuming the role of head coach at Briar-
   The Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year over-               crest, Freeze served as the Saints offensive coordina-
saw the offense and called the plays for a Lambuth                tor and defensive backs coach from 1992-1994 as the
team that averaged over 40 points per game and                    Saints reached the TSSAA state semifinals twice.
ranked ninth nationally in total yards per game (465                  A 1988 graduate of Senatobia (Miss.) High School,
ypg). The Eagles also ranked first in the nation in fourth        Freeze earned his bachelors degree in mathematics
down conversions, fourth in first downs per game and              with a minor in coaching and sports administration from
third down conversions, fifth in passing offense and              the University of Southern Mississippi in 1992.
eighth in scoring offense per game.                                   Hugh and his wife, Jill, are the parents of three
   “We are very excited about adding coach Freeze to              daughters, Ragan, Jordan, and Madison.
our staff,” said Roberts. “He is a great person, an out-
standing recruiter and has experienced success every-
where he has been. Offensively, his system has been
extremely successful, and his plan has been to utilize
tempo and a wide open approach incorporating the
spread offense.”
   “The opportunity to come back near home to be a
coordinator for a great man and coach like Steve
Roberts, in a wonderful place like Jonesboro and at an
outstanding university like Arkansas State, was an ex-
cellent opportunity for me and my family that I could not
pass up,” said Freeze.
   Prior to taking over as head coach at Lambuth,
Freeze served as interim head coach at the University
of Mississippi in November of 2007 and was an assis-
tant coach with the Rebels from 2005-07. He was
named the Rebels’ recruiting coordinator and tight ends
coach before the 2006 season after originally serving
as Assistant Athletic Director for Football External Af-
fairs upon his arrival in Oxford.
   In his first year as recruiting coordinator, he helped
bring in the nation’s 13th ranked recruiting class, the

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                                                                                                                                                           Tony Gilbert has earned               Prior to that, he served four years as the running
                                                                                                                                                        quite a reputation as                 backs coach at Southeast Missouri State where he
                                                                                                                                                        Arkansas State’s recruiting           coached four consecutive 1,000-yard rushers. He
                                                                                                                                                        coordinator. The numbers              started his career as a graduate assistant at Southwest
                                                                                                                                                        speak for themselves as the           Missouri State.
                                                                                                                                                        seasons go for ASU. Statis-              An all-conference pick at running back at SMSU,
                                                                                                                                                        tics, records, NFL players            Gilbert helped his team to a 1989 Gateway Conference
                                                                                                                                                        and athletic accolades all            championship. He was named all-conference in 1986
                                                                                                                                                        add up for Gilbert and the            and 1989 and was SMSU’s all-time leading kick re-
                                                                                                                                                        staff as they rate the re-            turner. Following graduation in 1989, he signed a free
                                                                                                                            cruits.                                                           agent contract with the New York Giants in 1991.
                                                                                                                                In fact, Rivals.com ranked ASU’s 2007 recruiting                 He received his master’s degree in communication
                                                                                                                            class as the second best in the Sun Belt Conference               from Southwest Missouri State in 1998.
                                                                                                                            and three players signed NFL contracts in 2008, in-                  Tony is married to the former Regina Kuykendall of
                                             REC RUITING COO R DINATO R, CO RNE R BACKS (SOUTHWEST MISSOU RI STATE, 1989)




                                                                                                                            cluding second round NFL Draft selection Tyrell John-             Blytheville and they have two children—Jacqueline,
                                                                                                                            son. Most recently, David Johnson was selected in the             who attended St. Louis University on a basketball
                                                                                                                            2009 NFL Draft, marking the third consecutive year an             scholarship and graduated with a degree in communi-
                                                                                                                            ASU player has been taken in the draft, and Alex Car-             cation technology , and Tony II. Regina earned her
ASSISTANT COACH TONY GILBE RT (9TH SEASON)




                                                                                                                            rington is a highly-rated NFL prospect as the 2010 NFL            Bachelor degree from Arkansas State in December of
                                                                                                                            Draft approaches.                                                 2006.
                                                                                                                                Not only that, Gilbert is quite a coach when it comes
                                                                                                                            to ASU’s cornerbacks and defensive backfield. He
                                                                                                                            helped coach an ASU secondary that led the 2006 de-
                                                                                                                            fense to the 12th best pass defense in the country and
                                                                                                                            also ranked ninth in passes intercepted. The 2008 and
                                                                                                                            2009 squads followed that up with a No. 2 pass de-
                                                                                                                            fense ranking in the Sun Belt Conference both sea-
                                                                                                                            sons.
                                                                                                                                Most recently, the 2009 ASU defense ranked third
                                                                                                                            in the Sun Belt Conference in passing defense and fea-
                                                                                                                            tured cornerback Daylan Walker, an All-Sun Belt Con-
                                                                                                                            ference selection that finished his career with 16 pass
                                                                                                                            break-ups. Under Gilbert’s direction, the Red Wolves
                                                                                                                            have seen a cornerback named all-conference six
                                                                                                                            times.
                                                                                                                                During the 2002 season, Gilbert coached Sun Belt
                                                                                                                            Conference Newcomer of the Year Jonathan Burke and
                                                                                                                            All-Sun Belt Conference player Chuck Allen. In 2003,
                                                                                                                            Burke was a first-team All-Sun Belt selection. In 2005,
                                                                                                                            fleet-footed James Johnson was a second-team All-
                                                                                                                            Sun Belt selection. The 2006 and 2008 campaigns
                                                                                                                            saw cornerback Dominique Williams earn all-confer-
                                                                                                                            ence recognition as well.
                                                                                                                                Gilbert joined the ASU coaching staff January 2,
                                                                                                                            2002 as the cornerbacks coach and recruiting coordi-
                                                                                                                            nator.
                                                                                                                                Before coming to ASU, Gilbert served as the assis-
                                                                                                                            tant head coach at Central Arkansas and also coached
                                                                                                                            receivers.
                                                                                                                                In 2001, UCA finished with a record of 9-3 and the
                                                                                                                            school’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Division II playoffs.
                                                                                                                                Although he coached at UCA, Tony Gilbert is no
                                                                                                                            stranger to Steve Roberts. The two coached together
                                                                                                                            at Southern Arkansas where Gilbert was Roberts’ de-
                                                                                                                            fensive coordinator. While there, his defense was
                                                                                                                            ranked No. 1 in 1997 and 1999.

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                                 Corey Batoon enters his          nationally with 36 turnovers overall. NAU also ranked
                              second season at ASU after          first in the conference in turnover margin (17th nation-
                              joining the Red Wolves              ally), second against the run (11th nationally) and sec-
                              coaching staff during the           ond in pass efficiency defense.
                              team’s 2009 fall camp.                  Batoon tutored six student-athletes to All-Big Sky
                                 Batoon took over as              honors in 2002, including first-team pick Keith O'Neil,
                              safeties coach at Arkansas          who played last season with the Indianapolis Colts, and
                              State after spending the            Mike Sands at linebacker.
                              previous 11 seasons as the              NAU also ranked among the top defensive units in
                              assistant head coach, de-           the Big Sky in 2001, highlighted by its effectiveness
fensive coordinator and secondary coach at Northern               against the run in allowing just 107.8 rushing yards per
Arizona University. He also spent time as the special             game while giving up a conference-low 12 rushing
teams coordinator during his time with the Lumber-                touchdowns. Overall, the Lumberjacks ranked third in
jacks.                                                            total defense, while finishing first in the Big Sky and
    His first season at ASU saw the Red Wolves’ sec-              15th in the nation against the run. NAU also ranked
ondary help lead the defense to a No. 1 ranking in total          11th nationally in fumbles gained (16) and 20th in
defense and No. 2 ranking in passing defense. He                  turnovers (29).
coached safety Keclie McCray, who led the team in in-                 In 2000, the Lumberjacks ranked fourth in the con-




                                                                                                                                                                   ASSISTANT COACH CO REY BATOON (2N D SEASON)
terceptions with four as just a sophomore.                        ference in total defense and produced All-Big Sky se-
    Batoon developed the Lumberjacks into one of the              lections Kawika Batoon (DB), Malachi Keddington (DE)
top defensive units in the Big Sky Conference while               and Raymond Perryman (DB), who was a fifth-round
earning NAU a reputation nationally for its defensive             pick of the Oakland Raiders in the NFL Draft.




                                                                                                                               SAFETIES (LONG BEACH STATE, 1991)
play. He tutored 42 student-athletes to all-conference                In 1999, Batoon's secondary intercepted 16 passes
honors 61 times and developed four NFL players dur-               and deflected 32 balls, ranking as the conference’s No.
ing his tenure. His defensive unit ranked among the top           2-rated pass efficiency defense squad. In 1998, NAU
two units in the conference and top 20 in the country             picked off 10 passes and deflected 37 on the way to
against the run three times as well.                              the No. 2-rated pass and overall defense in the con-
    In his final season in Flagstaff, Batoon’s defense led        ference. He helped develop safety Perryman, just a
the Football Championship Subdivision in rushing                  junior in 1999, and enabled Cleve Dansby to post his
yards allowed at 59.8 yards per game while leading the            best season as the free safety and earn an honorable
nation in sacks. NAU’s rushing yards allowed per game             mention All-Big Sky selection.
and total yards allowed both set Big Sky Conference                   Batoon came to NAU after a year at Montana work-
single-season records.                                            ing with the defensive line. Prior to that, he was special
    One of Batoon’s top prodigies was NFL product K.J             teams coordinator and secondary coach at Central Mis-
Gerard, who he coached to back-to-back All-America                souri State after two years at Saint Mary’s (Calif.) and
seasons in 2007 and 2008. Gerard set the school                   a three-year stint at Pierce Junior College in Los An-
record for interceptions with 19, the fifth-best total in         geles.
Big Sky history, and finished his career ranked tied for              Batoon played at San Diego City Junior College and
first in interceptions among active career leaders in the         later at Long Beach State (1988-89). He graduated
Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and Division              from LBSU with a degree in political science in 1991,
I overall with 19.                                                later earning a master’s in health, physical education
    In 2006, linebacker Chris Hunsaker led the nation in          and recreation from Saint Mary’s in 1996.
tackles for loss, earning All-America third-team honors               Born in Honolulu, Batoon and his wife, Stacy, have
from three different media outlets. Gerard also led the           two daughters, Brandy (14) and Summer (11).
Big Sky in interceptions and ranked second on the
team with 73 tackles in 2005, earning All-Big Sky sec-
ond team honors. Safety Jeff Singleton was third on
the team in tackles with 70, garnering ESPN the Mag-
azine Academic All-District honors.
    Batoon played a major role in the success of the
NAU program over the last 11 seasons highlighted by
an NCAA I-AA quarterfinal appearance and Big Sky
Conference title in 2003. The Lumberjack defense tied
for the national lead in 2003 with Alabama A&M in in-
terceptions with 24 recorded. Twelve different players
recorded at least one pick, helping the team rank fifth

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                                                                                                                       Adam Federle, who spent            here and I look forward to helping build on the success
                                                                                                                    last season as the defen-             this program has achieved and pursuing a Sun Belt
                                                                                                                    sive tackles coach and re-            Conference championship.”
                                                                                                                    cruiting coordinator at the              A May 2006 graduate of Ouachita Baptist University,
                                                                                                                    University of Central                 Federle received his degree with a major in political sci-
                                                                                                                    Arkansas and is a former              ence and a minor in business administration.
                                                                                                                    graduate assistant under
                                                                                                                    ASU head coach Steve
                                                                                                                    Roberts, begins his first
                                                                                        year as an assistant coach on the Arkansas State foot-
                                                                                        ball staff as the defensive line coach.
                                                                                           Federle joined the coaching staff just over halfway
                                                                                        into its 2010 spring camp and coached the remainder
                                                                                        of the Red Wolves’ practices.
                                                                                           "When it became apparent that this was going to
                                                                                        happen, Coach (Kevin) Corless and I both kept coming
ASSISTANT COACH ADAM FE DE RLE (1ST SEASON)




                                                                                        back to trying to pursue Adam Federle for this position,”
                                                                                        said Roberts. “He has a great familiarity with our pro-
                                                                                        gram, shared a tremendous amount of responsibility
                                              DEFENSIVE LINE (OUACHITA BAPTIST, 2006)




                                                                                        with Coach Peoples when he was here as an assistant
                                                                                        defensive line coach. He is a great person and cares
                                                                                        about the student-athletes and is a great defensive line
                                                                                        coach. We are very excited about him beginning his
                                                                                        tenure here at Arkansas State."
                                                                                           Federle was part of UCA’s defensive coaching staff
                                                                                        that helped guide the Bears to the No. 1 ranking in the
                                                                                        Southland Conference in total defense, scoring de-
                                                                                        fense, passing defense, rushing defense, tackles for
                                                                                        loss, first downs defense and red zone efficiency de-
                                                                                        fense. Federle helped coach UCA’s defense that fea-
                                                                                        tured defensive end Larry Hart, the 2009 Southland
                                                                                        Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
                                                                                           Prior to joining the UCA staff, Federle spent the
                                                                                        2006-08 seasons as a graduate assistant coach under
                                                                                        Roberts at ASU. During that time, ASU ranked No. 1 in
                                                                                        the Sun Belt Conference in total defense in 2007 and
                                                                                        No. 2 in 2006 and 2008. Federle worked with 2008
                                                                                        Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year Alex
                                                                                        Carrington and also spent time coaching current play-
                                                                                        ers such as All-Sun Belt Conference selection Bryan
                                                                                        Hall.
                                                                                           In addition to working with the defensive line while at
                                                                                        ASU, Federle was also the offensive scout team coor-
                                                                                        dinator and was involved with defensive film break
                                                                                        down, weekly scouting reports and recruiting evalua-
                                                                                        tions. Federle earned his master’s degree from
                                                                                        Arkansas State University in December of 2008.
                                                                                           “I’m extremely excited to be back at Arkansas State
                                                                                        working with coach Roberts and this coaching staff,”
                                                                                        said Federle. “They have done an unbelievable job

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                               David Gunn has been                  wide receivers coach from 1987-90.
                             blessed over the last sev-                Gunn, a native of England, Ark., who excelled in
                             eral years to be able to               football, basketball and track at England High School,
                             coach players such as An-              has also coached at Lake Highlands High School in
                             tonio Warren, Shermar                  Dallas, Tex., where he coached running backs and
                             Bracey, Danny Smith, Reg-              helped his team to a 1990 conference title.
                             gie Arnold and Derek Law-                 After graduating from England High School in 1982,
                             son. But, he is the one who            he attended the University of Arkansas where he
                             took that raw talent and               played defensive back and running back from 1982-87.
                             taught those players to be                As a Razorback player, he played in the 1984 Liberty
great running backs.                                                Bowl and the 1987 Orange Bowl. He graduated in
    Most recently, running back Reggie Arnold was listed            1987 with a bachelor of science in education degree in
as a Doak Walker Award candidate entering the 2007                  physical education and biological science.
and 2008 and 2009 seasons. Arnold entered his sen-                     Born Nov. 16, 1963, Gunn is married to his high
ior year as the third leading active rusher in the NCAA             school sweetheart, the former Aleachia Stephenson of
and finished his career as ASU’s second all-time leader             England, and they have two daughters-26-year-old
in total rushing yards and tied for second in rushing               Tiffany, a graduate of Notre Dame, and 18-year-old
touchdowns. Arnold piled up numerous awards, in-                    Bethany, who is in the 11th grade.
cluding All-Sun Belt Conference honors three times.




                                                                                                                                                               ASSISTANT COACH DAVI D GUNN (9TH SEASON)
    Arnold and Lawson, who was listed on CBSS-
ports.com’s “Freshman Watch List”, were responsible
for a combined 1,769 rushing yards on ASU’s team that




                                                                                                                              RUNNING BACKS (ARKANSAS, 1987)
ranked No. 18 in the nation in rushing offense in 2008.
    The 2009 squad saw two different ASU running
backs rush for over 100 yards in a game and Lawson
and Arnold combine for over 1,000 yards rushing for
the second straight season.
    Since arriving at ASU in January 2002, the Red
Wolves have seen some powerful performances com-
ing out of the backfield. In fact, his first season featured
Smith who broke ASU's all-time rushing record which
had stood for 50 years.
    Also, Coach Gunn proudly watched Smith receive
Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year Hon-
ors. A unanimous pick for first-team all-conference,
Smith ended up scoring 14 touchdowns while picking
up 1,390 yards.
    Then, Warren and Bracey churned out extraordinary
rushing totals and signed contracts with teams in the
National Football League (Warren with Cleveland and
Bracey with Green Bay).
    Gunn is used to seeing breakout performances and
his players reap the benefits from their hard work.
    Prior to joining the ASU staff, he served as the head
coach for Little Rock McClellan High School and took
his team to the 2001 AAAAA playoffs.
    Gunn was the head coach at McClellan for five sea-
sons taking the Crimson Tide to the playoffs twice. Prior
to that, he served as the boys head track coach at Wat-
son Chapel High School in Pine Bluff.
    While at Watson Chapel, he also served as the run-
ning backs and defensive backs coach and helped that
team go to the AAA playoffs three straight years and
won the 1996 state championship.
    This was the second time at Watson Chapel for
Gunn who began his career as the linebackers and

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                                                                                                                          Maurice Harris begins his         as an assistant coach.
                                                                                                                       third season with Arkansas               He headed Whitehaven’s offense, which was tops
                                                                                                                       State after being named              in the area, and improved its yardage by more than 100
                                                                                                                       tight ends coach on Jan. 15,         yards per game from the previous season. He was pro-
                                                                                                                       2008.                                moted to head coach at Whitehaven two years later
                                                                                                                          Harris coached All-Sun            and was named West Tennessee Coach of the Year in
                                                                                                                       Belt Conference selections           2001 after leading his team to the city and region cham-
                                                                                                                       David Johnson, who was               pionships in 2001.
                                                                                                                       also drafted by the NFL’s                He followed the 2001 campaign up with another city
                                                                                                                       Pittsburgh Steelers, and J.T.        title in 2002 and was named assistant coach in two all-
                                                                                       Jordan during his first two seasons at ASU. Harris also              star games. He was named head coach for the Liberty
                                                                                       helped develop Kedric Murry into a starting tight end                Bowl High School All-Star Game in Tennessee.
                                                                                       for the Red Wolves as just a redshirt freshman in 2009,                  During his three seasons as head coach at White-
                                                                                       and Trevor Gillott ranked third on the team in recep-                haven, Harris posted a 23-12 record and had 32 play-
                                                                                       tions and set individual career-best marks last season               ers sign scholarships to play college football.
                                                                                       under his watch.                                                         Harris and his wife, LaQuesha, have children Arami
                                                                                           During Harris’ first two seasons, the tight ends were            (13), Cortlynn (10) and Godson DeVonte’ (6).
                                                                                       responsible for 73 receptions for 1,027 yards and 10
ASSISTANT COACH MAU RICE HAR RIS (3 R D SEASON)




                                                                                       touchdowns.
                                                                                           The tight ends were also heavily involved in the ASU
                                                                                       running game that ranked No. 18 in the nation and No.
                                                                                       2 in the Sun Belt Conference in 2008.
                                                  TIGHT EN DS (ARKANSAS STATE, 1998)




                                                                                           His 2009 tight ends corps helped lead the way for
                                                                                       21 rushing touchdowns, the third most in the Sun Belt
                                                                                       Conference, and paved the way for three different ASU
                                                                                       players rushing for over 100 yards in at least one game.
                                                                                        The tight ends were a big part of ASU's line that helped
                                                                                       the offense to its most yards of total offense (484)
                                                                                       against an FBS opponent since the 2007 season as
                                                                                       well.
                                                                                           Harris returned to his alma mater as tight ends
                                                                                       coach after serving as Alabama State’s offensive coor-
                                                                                       dinator and running backs coach during the 2007 sea-
                                                                                       son.
                                                                                           Harris worked with Alabama State Head Coach Reg-
                                                                                       gie Barlow to design the overall offensive game plan
                                                                                       and calling plays, according to the Hornets’ 2007 foot-
                                                                                       ball media guide. He helped the offense improve its
                                                                                       total yards and points from the previous season and
                                                                                       coached the Southwestern Athletic Conference’s lead-
                                                                                       ing rusher and MVP Jay Peck.
                                                                                           Prior to his return to Alabama State, where he also
                                                                                       served as the running backs coach and recruiting co-
                                                                                       ordinator from 2004-05, Harris spent the 2006 season
                                                                                       as Assistant Athletic Director for Internal Football Op-
                                                                                       erations at the University of Mississippi.
                                                                                           During his first stint at Alabama State, Harris helped
                                                                                       lead the football team to a 10-2 record in 2004 and the
                                                                                       SWAC championship. In addition to his duties as a po-
                                                                                       sition coach, Harris was responsible for organizing and
                                                                                       planning the Hornets recruiting strategy.
                                                                                           Harris was a four-year letterman with the Red
                                                                                       Wolves, including the 1996 season when he recorded
                                                                                       a team-high 100 tackles from his safety position, and
                                                                                       after earning his bachelor’s degree from ASU in 1998,
                                                                                       went to Whitehaven High School in Memphis, Tenn.,

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                                    Generally speaking, the           A two-year starter at offensive guard at West Texas
                              offensive line is not viewed         A&M (previously West Texas State), he also coached
                              as the group that fans               there from 1994-98 and helped his teams to national
                              spend most of the game               rankings in Division II and led that division in several
                              watching. Darren Hiller has          offensive categories.
                              changed that.                           Born in Fremont, Calif., Hiller attended Washington
                                    Hiller, who joined the         High School where he played offensive guard and in-
                              ASU staff in January 2002,           side linebacker. A team captain, he received all-league
                              has turned the o-line into an        honors. He went on to Chabot Junior College in Hay-
                              all-star lineup.                     ward, Calif., where he received all-conference honors
    Most recently, the 2009 offensive line led the way             at offensive guard. A team captain, he was also a mem-
for 21 rushing touchdowns, the third most in the Sun               ber of the GTE Academic All-America team.
Belt Conference, and paved the way for three different                While at Chabot, his team played in the 1991
ASU players rushing for over 100 yards in at least one             Merced Elks Bowl against Palomar Junior College for
game. ASU's line helped the offense to its most yards              the national championship.
of total offense (484) against an FBS opponent since                  Born February 8, 1972, Hiller enjoys fishing and
the 2007 season as well.                                           golfing and his chocolate labrador named Champ.
    In 2008, the offensive line helped lead ASU to the                He is married to the former Tracie Lenhart of Lub-




                                                                                                                                                                        ASSISTANT COACH DAR REN HILLE R (9TH SEASON)
nation’s 18th best rushing attack and the most yards of            bock, Texas, and they have two daughters, Hailey Mar-
total offense in school history. ASU also finished the             guerite (5) and Aubrey Kay (2).
2008 season ranked 39th in the nation and with the




                                                                                                                              OFFENSIVE LINE (WEST TEXAS STATE, 1994)
third highest offensive output in school history. Under
Hiller’s direction, the offensive line paved the way for
ASU’s 2007 running game that finished ranked 29th in
the country.
    Since coming to Arkansas State, the Red Wolves
offensive line has improved considerably in terms of
skill and depth. Evidence includes two first-team All-
Sun Belt Conference performers in Tanner Jenkins and
Matt Mandich, who was on the 2008 Rotary Lombardi
Award and Outland Trophy watch lists as well as a four-
time all-league selection.
    Jenkins also started the 2006 season as a member
of the Rotary Lombardi Award and Dave Rimington
Award watch lists. In addition, he was a member of sev-
eral preseason All-America and All-Sun Belt Confer-
ence teams and was regarded as one of the top
centers in the nation.
    Joining Mandich on the 2008 All-Sun Belt Confer-
ence Team was tackle Mark Clemons, and the 2009
campaign saw Derek Newton placed on the all-confer-
ence squad as well.
    In 2004, Hiller coached Steven Gibbs who joined
the Seattle Seahawks. In 2003, he coached first-team
All-Sun Belt Conference performer Kimani Jones, who
has experience playing in the AFL. In 2002, Hiller
coached All-American Garry Johnson who went on to
the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals as well as second-team
All-Sun Belt player John Crossley.
    Hiller joined the staff at Northwestern (La.) State in
the spring of 2001 after spending two seasons as the
line coach at Arkansas-Monticello.
    While at UAM, Hiller helped the team finish in the
top five in Division II in total offense and scoring of-
fense. During that time, UAM also broke 30 offensive
school records.

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                                                                                 Tyler Siskey begins his         Demons to the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs and a na-
                                                                            third season at Arkansas             tional ranking. The 2001 Northwestern State team also
                                                                            State after being named              upset TCU 27-24 in overtime.
                                                                            wide receivers coach on                 Siskey worked as a student assistant coach at Troy
                                                                            Feb. 27, 2008.                       during the 2000 season. During his time at Troy, Siskey
                                                                                 During Siskey’s first           worked with the wide receivers, assisted the offensive
                                                                            season at ASU, wide re-              staff in game planning, helped with player evaluation
                                                                            ceivers Brandon Thompkins            and assisted in recruiting.
                                                                            and Jahbari McLennan led                Siskey earned his master’s in education from North-
                                                                            the team in receptions and           western State University in 2003 and his bachelor’s de-
                                               receiving yards on a team that completed the season               gree from Troy in 2000.
                                               with the fourth most passing yards in school history.                Tyler is married to the former Erin Hoffman of
                                                  Last season, ASU was again led in receptions and               Greenville, South Carolina. Erin was a former gymnast
                                               receiving yards by receivers Thompkins and Taylor                 at Auburn. Tyler and Erin have two children, Jackson
                                               Clements, who both set career-best numbers under                  (4) and Brock (3).
                                               Siskey’s watch. Freshman Taylor Stockemer aslo
                                               emerged as a dangerous threat for the Red Wolves last
                                               season, recording 16 catches for 347 yards and a
ASSISTANT COACH TYLE R SISKEY (3 R D SEASON)




                                               team-best 21.7 yards per catch.
                                                  Siskey came to ASU after serving the previous four
                                               years at St. Paul’s Episcopal School in Mobile, AL,
                                               where he helped lead the Saints to the 2007 Alabama
       WI DE RECEIVE RS (T ROY, 2000)




                                               Class 5A state championship as the team’s offensive
                                               coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
                                                  Siskey held the offensive coordinator and quarter-
                                               backs coach positions at St. Paul’s for three seasons
                                               after serving one year as the Saints’ defensive coordi-
                                               nator and secondary coach. His last three years at St.
                                               Paul’s, he was responsible for the creation and execu-
                                               tion of St. Paul’s offensive game plan for a unit that av-
                                               eraged 35 points a game and 420 yards of total offense
                                               in 2007.
                                                  The 2007 St. Paul’s offense piled up over 6,300
                                               yards of total offense, a 3,800-yard improvement since
                                               Siskey took over the offense in 2005.
                                                  In addition to the 2007 state championship, Siskey
                                               also helped guide St. Paul’s to the 2005 and 2006 state
                                               quarterfinals. The 2006 team’s offensive production
                                               improved 1,000 yards from 2005 and averaged 37
                                               points a game. The 2005 team increased its total of-
                                               fense by 2,500 yards over the 2004 squad.
                                                  Siskey helped guide the Saints to the 2004 state
                                               playoffs, working as the secondary coach and assisting
                                               the head coach in game planning and execution of the
                                               defensive game plan.
                                                  Prior to joining the St. Paul’s coaching staff, Siskey
                                               was an offensive graduate assistant at Arkansas State
                                               for the 2002 and 2003 seasons. Working with Roberts
                                               and the rest of the ASU coaching staff, Siskey assisted
                                               with offensive line in 2002, wide receivers in 2003 and
                                               quarterbacks in the spring of 2004.
                                                  Siskey also held an offensive graduate assistant
                                               coaching position at Northwestern State University,
                                               where he was responsible for coaching tight ends.
                                               Alongside Roberts, who was the head coach at North-
                                               western State from 2000-01, he helped lead the

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                               John Arce is entering his          was named 1998 Big Ten Strength and Conditioning
                             10th year as Arkansas                Professional of the Year by the other Big Ten strength
                             State’s Director of Strength         and conditioning coaches.
                             and Conditioning. During                 After two years in private business and sport train-
                             this time Arce has helped            ing consulting, Arce was hired as Arkansas State’s Di-
                             develop and implement a              rector of Strength and Conditioning. During the last
                             comprehensive strength               eight years ASU has seen the design and construction
                             and conditioning program             of two first class training facilities due to the exceptional
                             that works in conjunction            support of Boe & Myrna Adams and the Clopton Clinic.
                             with ASU’s Athletic Training,        With these facilities and athletic department support,
Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation personnel. With the             ASU’s strength and conditioning staff has greatly ex-
information and expertise these multi-disciplinary pro-           panded the number of sport teams’ participation and
fessionals help generate in the development of each               results.




                                                                                                                                                    JOHN ARCE, DI RECTO R OF ST RENGTH AN D CON DITIONING (10TH SEASON)
athlete’s physical profile, ASU’s strength and condi-
tioning staff is able to design and implement individual                ARCE’S FOOTBALL BOWL GAME RECORD
and sport specific training programs for all ASU stu-                                 (10-1)
dent-athletes.
    Arce is a graduate of the University of Arizona,                •    1978 Peach Bowl Champions vs. Georgia Tech
where he played linebacker (1972-77). During the                    •    1979 Liberty Bowl Champions vs. Missouri
1974-75 seasons, Arizona sported back-to-back 9-2                   •    1980 Blue Bonnet Bowl Champions vs. Tennessee
seasons. After graduation Arce traveled to Purdue Uni-              •    1985 Fiesta Bowl Champions vs. Miami
versity as a graduate assistant football coach (1977).              •    1986 Rose Bowl Champions vs. Iowa
In 1978 Arce added strength and conditioning to his re-             •    1986 Freedom Bowl Champions vs. BYU
sponsibilities, becoming Purdue’s first football strength           •    1987 Aloha Bowl Champions vs. Florida
and conditioning coach. In 1979 Arce added another                  •    1989 Cotton Bowl Champions vs. Arkansas
responsibility to his resume when he became Purdue’s                •    1991 John Hancock Bowl Champions vs. Illinois




                                                                                                                                  (ARIZONA, 1977)
first and only Academic and Conditioning Coordinator.               •    1997 Alamo Bowl Champions vs. Oklahoma St.
During this time Purdue’s fortunes on the football field            •    2005 New Orleans Bowl vs. Southern Miss
improved tremendously. Purdue was a three-time bowl
champion and recorded the most wins of any Big Ten
team, including Notre Dame. In 1981 Arce was se-
lected as Purdue University’s first department-wide
strength and conditioning coach.
    In 1984 Arce returned to his home state of Califor-
nia after being selected Director of Strength and Con-
ditioning at UCLA. During Arce’s nine-plus years at
UCLA, the football Bruins won six bowl games, two
league championships and a No. 1 national football
ranking in 1988. During this time Arce helped develop
over 20 football first team All Americans and nine first-
round NFL draft selections. He also directly helped in
the development of seven national championship
teams at UCLA (men’s and women’s volleyball, men’s
track and field and men’s soccer). During the 1988
Seoul Olympics, then current and previous UCLA ath-
letes, who Arce helped design and implement strength
training programs, won over 15 Olympic medals. In
1992-93 UCLA won the Director’s Cup for best overall
NCAA athletic program.
    In 1993 Arce returned to Purdue University to help
turn around a once proud football program that was at
ground zero. Starting with a team that was 1-10 in
1993, over the next four years Arce’s strength and con-
ditioning program played a large part in developing a
team that went 9-4 in 1997 and where the underdog
Boilers won the 1997 Alamo Bowl. For his efforts, Arce

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                                                                                                               YEARS AT ASU: Now                Red Wolves’ drug education and directs the drug
                                                                                                            in his 35th . . . Joined the        testing programs . . . Former NATA district rep-
                                                                                                            staff in April, 1976 . . .          resentative for Continuing Education . . . Former
                                                                                                            The first certified athletic        Arkansas Athletic Trainers Association President
                                                                                                            trainer for the Red                 Elect, President and Legislative Committee
                                                                                                            Wolves to have on staff .           Member . . . SWATA (Arkansas) State President
                                                                                                            . . Inducted into the Na-           . . . NATA district representative for Governmen-
                                                                                                            tional Athletic Trainers            tal Affairs and Committee on Revenue . . . Gov-
                                                                                  Association Hall of Fame in June 2003 . . . In-               ernor appointment to the Arkansas State Board
                                                                                  ducted into the Arkansas State Athletics Hall of              of Athletic Training (Nov. 1995 through present),
                                                                                  Honor in 2005 . . . Part of the 100 Outstanding               elected chairman (Dec. 1995 through present) .
                                                                                  Staff recognized at the 2010 annual Distin-                   . . SWATA Unsung Hero Award (July 1997),
                                                                                  guished Performance Awards and Service                        NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award
RON CAR ROLL, HEAD CE RTIFIE D T RAINE R (35TH SEASON)




                                                                                  Recognition Ceremony for his significant contri-              (June 1998), SWATA Hall of Fame Award (July
                                                                                  butions to ASU in its 100-year history.                       1998), AATA Hall of Fame Award (May 1999),
                                                                                      EDUCATION: Attended Forest Park Commu-                    SWATA Frank Medina Award (2002) . . . Named
                                                                                  nity College in St. Louis one semester before                 as one of Indiana State’s outstanding alums in
                                                                                  transferring to ASU and serving as equipment                  June 2006 . . . ASU Hall of Honor inductee
                                                                                  manager for baseball (two years) and basketball               (2005).
                                                         (ARKANSAS STATE, 1975)




                                                                                  (three years) . . . Earned his BSE degree from                    PERSONAL: Born April 3, 1952 . . . Married
                                                                                  Arkansas State in 1975 and his master's with                  to the former Vicki Nierdieck of St. Louis and they
                                                                                  specialization in athletic training from Indiana              have three children—Stephen, John and
                                                                                  State in 1976, the same year he passed his na-                Kathryn.
                                                                                  tional board examination and was certified by the
                                                                                  National Athletic Trainers Association . . . Li-
                                                                                  censed as an athletic trainer by Arkansas State
                                                                                  Board of Athletic Training.
                                                                                      PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Former di-
                                                                                  rector of athletic training internship program and
                                                                                  instructor of care injuries and advanced care of
                                                                                  injuries classes . . . Currently serves as an in-
                                                                                  structor at ASU for concepts of athletic training
                                                                                  course and clinical instructor in ASU’s national
                                                                                  CAATE accredited athletic training curriculum . .
                                                                                  . Host trainer and instructor for Student and
                                                                                  Coaches Athletic Training Workshops . . . Former
                                                                                  consultant for St. Bernards Regional Medical
                                                                                  Center Sports Medicine Clinic . . . Instructor of
                                                                                  Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) courses
                                                                                  for Craighead County Chapter of the American
                                                                                  Red Cross . . . speaker/presenter at NATA, and
                                                                                  Southwest and Arkansas Athletic Trainers Asso-
                                                                                  ciation conventions and local civic organizations
                                                                                  . . . Faculty adviser for Arkansas State Sports
                                                                                  Medicine-Athletic Training Club . . . Assist with
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                             Gregory is entering his        fensive and defensive line coach for two seasons
                          second season as the              on the football team and was also the head soft-
                          Red Wolves Director of            ball coach. Gregory mentored seven all-confer-
                          Football operations after         ence selections, one all-state choice and the
                          serving as Director of            2AAA lineman of the year while a football coach
                          Football Operations at            at Newport, which reached the playoffs for the
                          Northern Arizona Univer-          20th consecutive year. As the Greyhounds soft-
                          sity during the 2008 sea-         ball coach, he led the team to its first ever win-
                          son. Prior to that, he            ning record (18-14) and appearance in the state
was a graduate assistant on the ASU football                softball tournament. His other duties at Newport
staff during the 2007 season.                               included serving as the EAST Lab Facilitator and
   “We are extremely excited to have Jason as               leading it to an “Excellent” rating by the EAST Ini-




                                                                                                                                  JASON G REGO RY, DI RECTO R OF FOOT BALL O PE RATIONS (2N D SEASON)
our Director of Football Operations,” said                  tiative Council.
Roberts. “Jason brings experience at all levels of             Gregory played high school football at New-
football and is very familiar with our program here         port under head coach Bill Keedy before earning
at Arkansas State. He is a tremendous asset to              his degree in Health Sciences with Emphasis in
ASU football as we continue to strive for a Sun             Exercise Science at the University of Arkansas
Belt Conference championship.”                              at Little Rock. He is the son of Loretta and the
   As A-State’s Director of Football Operations,            late Robert Gregory.
Gregory organizes and oversees all aspects of                  Jason and Wendy Pate of Columbia, South
team travel. He also works in conjunction with              Carolina, have made plans for a wedding on July
the recruiting coordinator to organize and ad-              31 later this year.
minister all details involving recruiting, including




                                                                                                                   (UALR, 2004)
official and unofficial visits, travel, correspon-
dence, maintaining a prospect database and
compliance with NCAA and university rules.
Gregory is ASU’s football camp director and as-
sists in budget preparations.
   At Northern Arizona, Gregory oversaw the
team budget, administered all aspects of team
travel and maintained an annual football calendar
to include spring practices, recruiting, in-season
plans, summer conditioning and planning of fall
camp in conjunction with the Arizona Cardinals
fall camp held on the campus of NAU. He was
also responsible for non-conference scheduling
and contract negotiations and assisted the head
coach with all aspects of his external calendar
and fundraising efforts. He served on athletic de-
partment committees for developing a new ath-
letic web site and the hiring of a strength and
conditioning coach.
   Gregory began his coaching career as an as-
sistant football coach at Barton High School
under Frank McClellan, the winningest coach in
Arkansas high school history. He was also the
head girls basketball coach and head girls soft-
ball coach.
   After one season at Barton, he returned to his
hometown of Newport, where he served as of-
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                                       2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                             TRAVION SCOTT                          and Patty Shipp of Morrilton, and is married to Krystal
                                             Graduate Assistant Coach               Carr of Russellville, Arkansas.
                                                  Travion Scott begins his
                                             first season as a graduate as-                                    RYAN DICKSON
                                             sistant coach for the Red                                         Facilities and Equipment Manager
                                             Wolves football program,                                              Ryan Dickson is in his
                                             coaching on the defensive                                        seventh season as the Facili-
                                             side of the ball.                                                ties and Equipment Manager.
                                                  Scott comes to A-State                                           He joined the ASU staff
                                             after spending the 2008 and                                      after working in a similar ca-
                   2009 seasons as a graduate assistant coach at                                              pacity at Sacred Heart Univ.
                   Arkansas Tech, where he was a four-year letterman as                                       for a couple of years. Dickson
                   a defensive tackle from 2003-07. The Crossett, Ark.                                        manages the equipment op-
                   native spent the 2008 season working on the offensive            erations including ordering, issuing, organizing and
                   side of the ball before moving to defense in January of          maintaining the equipment.
                   2009.                                                               He has also worked at Fort Lewis College in Du-
                      Following his playing career at Arkanas Tech, Scott           rango, Colo., and at Indiana University as an intern.
                   worked briefly with football program as a student as-            Dickson received his Bachelor of Science degree in ex-
                   sistant before accepting the graduate assistant posi-            ercise science from Wayne State College in Nebraska
                   tion. Additionally, he worked as an assistant strength           in 2000 and is certified by the Athletic Equipment Man-
                   and conditioning coach at Arkansas Tech from 2008-               agers Association.
                   09.
                      Scott also served as the Youth Camp Coordinator                                         Karen Rinehart
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                   and worked the ATU Linemen and ATU Team Camps.                                             Administrative Secretary to
                      Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in 2008 and his                                      the Head Football Coach
                   master’s in 2010, both from Arkansas Tech University.

                                             KYLE SHIPP
                                             Graduate Assistant Coach
                                                  Kyle Shipp begins his
                                             second season as a graduate
                                             assistant for the Red Wolves                                     Ross Miller
                                             football program, coaching on                                    Assistant Dir. of Strength
                                             the offensive side of the ball.                                  and Conditioning
                                                  In May 2009, Shipp re-
                                             ceived his Masters Degree
                                             from Arkansas Tech Univer-
                                             sity studying College Student
                                             Personnel.       Shipp also
                                             earned his B.A. in History and
                                             Political Science from                                           Scott Dunavant
                                             Arkansas Tech University in                                      Strength and Conditioning
                                             May 2007.                                                        Graduate Assistant Coach
                                                  While at Arkansas Tech,
                                             Shipp gained extensive expe-
                   rience in college football with three years playing ex-
                   perience and three years coaching experience - one
                   as a student coach, and two as a graduate-assistant
                   coach.
                      From 2006 to 2008, Shipp’s coaching experience at                                       Chris Buttgen
                   Arkansas Tech included coaching defensive backs,                                           Video Coordinator
                   special teams, receivers, quarterbacks, reviewing
                   game and practice film, and recruiting.
                      Shipp was born on September 28, 1984 in Morril-
                   ton, Arkansas, and graduated high school in May 2003
                   from Morrilton High School. Shipp is the son of Kenny

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                      2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                                                    tempts for 889 yards with three touchdowns . . .
               LaAGNELO ALBRIGHT
               LB 5-11, 205 Fr. - RS
                                                    41              Rushed 64 times for 253 yards and four touchdowns .
                                                                    . . Finished season with second most rushing yards and
               Prattville, Ala.                                     rushing touchdowns on the team . . . Posted a long
               Prattville H.S.                                      completion of 64 yards and a long rush of 47 yards . .
  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.              . Posted 362 yards of offense in the Red Wolves victory
  HIGH SCHOOL: Started for three Class 6A state                     over North Texas, the most ever by an ASU freshman
championship Prattville High School teams . . . Named               and the fifth most by any player in school history . . .
First Team All-State as a junior and senior by the Ala-             Aplin posted his only 100-yard rushing game against
bama Sports Writers Association . . . Recorded 277                  the Mean Green, piling up 122 yards, and also threw for
tackles from his middle linebacker position over his last           a career-high 240 yards . . . Threw for at least 146
two seasons with the Lions, posting 124 stops (83                   yards in final five games of the season.
solo), including 11.5 tackles for loss, five sacks and a               2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
fumble recovery as a senior . . . Tallied 153 tackles (89              HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year varsity letterman . . .
solo) and three sacks as a junior in 2007 . . . Also re-            Recorded 1,300 passing yards and 350 rushing yards
cruited by Auburn . . . Posted 109 tackles as a sopho-              in seven games played . . . Posted 2,300 passing yards
more in 2006, and also finished with 4.5 sacks and                  and 17 touchdowns, while also rushing for 650 yards
three fumble recoveries . . . Also played varsity bas-              and 15 touchdowns as a senior . . . Named Shrine Bowl
ketball at Prattville High School.                                  MVP . . . 2006 and 2007 First Team All-County and
  PERSONAL: Current ASU defensive tackle Greg                       Second Team All-District . . . Also was lettered in base-
McCall, who signed with ASU in 2008, also played at                 ball and was an all-conference selection . . . Also re-
Prattville High School . . . Born June 7, 1951 . . . Son            cruited by Middle Tennessee.
of Vanessa Albright.                                                   PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1990 . . . Son of Lorice




                                                                                                                                PLAYE R P ROFILES
                                                                    Aplin.
               ERIC ALLEN
                OL 6-1, 300 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                   55               Yr.
                                                                           APLIN’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS
                                                                              COMP ATT YDS TD INT                        LG
                Daphne, Ala.                                        2009        77       118    889       3       6       64
                Daphne H.S.                                         Totals 77            118    889       3       6       64
   2009: Played in nine games, including six as a starter                  APLIN’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS
. . . Took over the starting role at center after Tom Casti-        Yr.          ATT YDS            AVG.       TD         LG
law suffered a season-ending injury in the Iowa game                2009          64      253        4.0        4         47
. . . Helped lead the way for 21 rushing touchdowns,                Totals        77      118        889        3          6
the third most in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Paved the
way for three different ASU players rushing for over 100
yards in at least one game and was part of ASU's line
                                                                                  SHEDERICK AUSTIN
                                                                                  WR 5-10, 175 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                      81
that helped the offense to its most yards of total offense                        Crossett, Ark.
(484) against an FBS opponent since the 2007 sea-                                 Crossett H.S.
son.                                                                  2009: Played in one game with no stats recorded.
   2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.               2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
   HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman . . .                    HIGH SCHOOL: Was named a second team all-con-
Posted 12 pancakes and graded at 90 percent block-                  ference selection at Crossett High School . . . Also com-
ing as a senior . . . Voted 2007 Team Captain . . . Par-            peted in varsity baseball.
ticipated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic . .             PERSONAL: Son of Eddie and Copresia Austin . . .
. Named all-county, all-region and all-state . . . Track            Born Apr. 7, 1990.
and field letterwinner . . . Also recruited by Auburn and
Louisiana-Monroe.
   PERSONAL: Born Oct. 31, 1989 . . . Son of Eric and
                                                                                  MATTHEW BALTENSPERGER
                                                                                  K 5-10, 185 Fr. - RS
                                                                                                                        11
Mary Allen.                                                                       Millington, Tenn.
                                                                                  Millington H.S.
               RYAN APLIN
               QB 6-1, 205 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                    16                2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                                                                      HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-district selection as
               Tampa, Fla.                                          both a junior and senior at Millington High School . . .
               Fleming Island H.S.                                  Competed in the Memphis All-Star Game . . . Also com-
  2009: Played in nine games, including three as a                  peted in soccer, earning all-district recognition.
starter as a redshirt freshman . . . Started three of last            PERSONAL: Son of Joe and Tina Baltensperger . .
four games of the season . . . Completed 77 of 118 at-              . Born Sept. 11, 1990.
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                                         2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                                                                      Helped pave the way for ASU’s rushing attack that was
                                  GRAHAM BATES
                                   DB 6-0, 190 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                     37               No. 2 in the Sun Belt Conference and No. 18 in the na-
                                                                                      tion.
                                   Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.                              2007: Played in four games as a true freshman at
                                   Allen D. Nease H.S.                                his fullback position . . . Did not record any stats.
                       2009: Played in all 12 games on special teams and                HIGH SCHOOL: Played quarterback at Green
                    as a reserve safety . . . Recorded a career-best 10 tack-         County Tech HS . . . Helped lead GCT to a baseball
                    les and posted one pass break-up . . . Posted a career-           and basketball state championships as a senior in
                    high three tackles in ASU’s victory over Mississippi              2007.
                    Valley State . . . Posted multiple tackles vs. Western              PERSONAL: Born Dec. 2, 1988 . . . Son of Allen and
                    Kentucky as well, and recorded one tackle in five other           Kellie Blake.
                    games.                                                                BLAKE’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS
                       2008: Saw limited action in eight games in 2008 as             Yr.          No.     YDS         AVG.       TD        LG
                    a true freshman before suffering a season-ending injury           2007          0         0         0.0        0         0
                    . . . Recorded five tackles on the season, including two          2008          5        25         5.0        2         8
                    solo and three assisted . . . Posted a then career-high           2009          6        48         8.0        1        17
                    two tackles against both Texas A&M and Louisiana-                 Totals       11        73         6.6        3        17
                    Monroe.                                                                 BLAKE’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman, helping lead                 Yr.         ATT YDS              AVG.       TD        LG
                    Allen D. Nease HS to one 4A State Championship and                2007          0         0         0.0        0         0
                    two runner-up finishes . . . Helped lead Allen D. Nease           2008          5        40         8.0        1        15
                    High School to a 13-2 record last season . . . All-Con-           2009          1         0         0.0        0         0
                    ference, All-County and third team All-State selection .          Totals        6        40         6.7        1        15
PLAYE R P ROFILES




                    . . Also lettered in basketball, lacrosse and track and
                    field.
                       PERSONAL: Born May 24, 1989 . . . Son of Bill and
                                                                                                    ELROY BROWN
                                                                                                     LB 6-0, 235 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                                                                                      52
                    Denise Bates . . . Father, Bill, is a former Dallas Cow-                         Osceola, Ark.
                    boys great.                                                                      Osceola H.S.
                                                                                        2009: Played in six games on special teams and in
                                  JEFF BLAKE
                                   TE 6-0, 240 Sr. - 3L
                                                                     42               a reserve role at linebacker . . . Recorded six tackles,
                                                                                      including a season-high three tackles against Troy.
                                   Paragould, Ark.                                      2008: Saw limited action in 11 games in 2008 . . .
                                   Paragould H.S.                                     Recorded eight tackles for the season . . . Posted a ca-
                      2009: Played in every game, including seven as a                reer-high of five tackles against Texas Southern.
                    starter, at the fullback position, but will be moving to            2007: Redshirted the 2007 season and participated
                    tight end during the spring . . . Posted six receptions           on the scout team.
                    for 48 yards, both single-season career highs, and one              HIGH SCHOOL: Played both running back and line-
                    touchdown . . . Posted a career-long 17 yard reception            backer for an Osceola team that posted a 6-5 record,
                    in ASU’s victory over North Texas . . . Rushed only once          including a 5-2 mark in Conference 3-4A . . . Expected
                    for no gain . . . Key blocker in ASU’s rushing game,              to play linebacker at Arkansas State . . . 2006 All-State
                    helping lead the way for two ASU running back’s run-              selection . . . Rushed for 1,614 yards on 190 carries
                    ning for over 100 yards in at least one game . . . Also           and scored 20 touchdowns as a senior . . . Rushed for
                    led the way for many of ASU’s 21 rushing touchdowns,              329 yards and five touchdowns on 19 carries against
                    which ranked third in the Sun Belt Conference . . .               Valley View . . . Scored 132 points senior season . . .
                    Member of the ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and              Tallied 92 tackles and four sacks from his linebacker
                    the Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll.                      position in 2006 . . . Named to the Arkansas All-Star
                      2008: Blake was ASU’s starting fullback and played              Team . . . 2006 KAIT 8 Superteam, Jonesboro Best
                    in all 12 games . . . Posted his first career rushing and         Under the Sun (Jonesboro Sun), All-Blytheville County
                    receiving statistics, finishing the season with five rush-        selection, AP Superteam, All-State, All-Conference . . .
                    ing attempts for 40 yards and one touchdown and five              2005 statistics included 658 rushing yards and nine
                    receptions for 40 yards and two touchdowns . . . Played           touchdowns on 80 carries, 105 tackles, nine sacks,
                    an important role in pass protection and rush blocking            three forced fumbles . . . 2004 statistics included 85
                    for ASU’s offense that finished with a school-record              tackles, three sacks and four forced fumbles.
                    4,786 yards . . . ASU’s rushing offense ranked No. 3 in             PERSONAL: Father, Elroy Sr., played nose guard
                    the Sun Belt Conference and No. 38 in the nation . . .            at Arkansas State . . . Born Aug. 29, 1989 . . . Son of
                                                                                      Charlotte Elroy Brown, Sr.

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              PHILLIP BUTTERFIELD
                QB 6-2, 215 Fr. - RS
                                                     11                         NAJEL BYRD
                                                                                 LB 6-0, 225 Sr. - 1L
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                Lake Hamilton, Ark.                                              West Helena, Ark.
                Lake Hamilton H.S.                                               Central H.S.
  2009: Suffered a season-ending injury early in ASU’s              2009: Played in five games as a junior . . . Recorded
2009 fall camp and redshirted the season . . . With fel-          two tackles, one versus Middle Tennessee and one ver-
low quarterback Ryan Aplin out of 2010 spring camp                sus Western Kentucky.
with injury, Butterfield took the majority of snaps at              2008: Did not play in any games.
quarterback . . . Completed 30-of-54 passes for 235                 2007: Sat out season.
yards and three touchdowns during ASU’s Spring                      HIGH SCHOOL: Played both running back and line-
Game.                                                             backer for Central High School, but is expected to play
  HIGH SCHOOL: One of 45 graduating high school                   linebacker at Arkansas State . . . 5A All-State selection
seniors to be selected to play on the United States’ first        as both a junior and senior . . . Recorded 1,210 rush-
national team comprised of players ages 19 and under              ing yards on 122 carries as a senior . . . Posted 75 tack-
in the 2009 IFAF Junior World Championship . . . Com-             les in eight games in 2006 . . . Runner-up at 2006 state
pleted 11-of-18 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown              track & field meet in the shot put with a best throw of
to help the United States to a 41-3 victory over top-             53-8 . . . Posted a season-best time of 10.78 in the 100
seeded Canada in the gold medal game . . . For the                meters.
tournament, Butterfield completed 30-of-45 passes for               PERSONAL: Born Oct. 12, 1988 . . . Son of Ethel
353 yards and two touchdowns . . . Arkansas Associ-               and Charlie Robinson.
ated Press Super Team selection . . . Three-year starter
for Lake Hamilton . . . Two-time all-state selection . . .                      JAKE CAMPBELL                      59



                                                                                                                               PLAYE R P ROFILES
Three-time all-conference selection . . . Two-time Gar-                         OL 6-6, 320 Fr. - RS
land County Offensive Player of the Year . . . Named                            Belleville, Ill.
the Arkansas Class 6A Offensive Player of the Year by                           Belleville East H.S.
the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette . . . Little Rock Touch-              2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
down Club 2008 Class 6A Player of the Year . . . 2008               HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter for Belleville
State Farm 7A/6A Offensive Player of the Year in the              East, helping lead the school to the state playoffs each
state of Arkansas . . . Two-time All-Tri-County Team in           season, and four-year varsity letterman . . . Helped lead
2008 . . . . 2008 Tri-Lakes Player of the Year . . . 2009         Belleville East to a 7-3 record as a junior in 2007 and
Arkansas All-Star Game selection . . . 2009 U.S. Army             a 7-4 mark last season . . . Team Captain . . . 2008
All-American Game nominee . . . 2007 Fox 16 Player                Honorable Mention All-State, Academic All-State, All-
of the Year . . . Two-time Landers Award nominee . . .            Conference, All-Area and All Metro-East team . . . No.
Recorded 6,930 career passing yards and threw 63                  17 of 30 of the "Super 30" as a junior according to the
touchdown passes . . . Threw for 2,761 yards and 23               St. Louis Post Dispatch . . . Named one of the top-10
touchdowns to lead Lake Hamilton to the Class 6A                  linemen by the St. Louis Post Dispatch . . . Also com-
state championship and a final record of 10-3 . . . Ran           peted in track and field . . . Academic Honor Roll stu-
for 147 yards and two touchdowns, while also throwing             dent . . . Also recruited by Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin,
for 140 yards and two more touchdowns in the Wolves               Murray State, Harvard and Yale.
42-28 victory over El Dorado in the state championship              PERSONAL: Born Sept. 17, 1990 . . . Son of Brian
game. Butterfield also posted an interception in the              and Cheryl Campbell.
game, helping him garner the game’s MVP award . . .
Lake Hamilton finished as the state runner-up his jun-
ior season . . . Lake Hamilton record holder for career
                                                                                JUSTIN CARNEY
                                                                                 OL 6-5, 280 Fr. - RS
                                                                                                                   64
passing touchdowns, season passing touchdowns and                                DeWitt, Ark.
passing yards and single-game passing yards and                                  DeWitt H.S.
touchdowns . . . 3-star recruit by CollegeFootball-                 2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
News.com and Rivals.com . . . 36th ranked quarter-                  HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity football letter-
back in the nation according to ESPN.com . . . Ranked             man . . . Two-time all-conference selection at DeWitt
as the No. 62 quarterback in the nation by Scout.com              High School . . . All-State selection . . . Also competed
. . . Also recruited by Tulsa, Oklahoma State, Vander-            in track and field . . . Ranked No. 139 best offensive
bilt, Kansas, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Nebraska,              tackle in the nation by Scout.com . . . Big, athletic
Duke, Virginia and Princeton.                                     player that moved from tight end as a junior to the of-
  PERSONAL: Born July 27, 1990 . . . Son of Allen                 fensive line for senior season . . . Named to the 2008
and Elaine Butterfield.                                           State Farm Award Watch List for Player of the Year in
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                    the state of Arkansas . . . Honor Roll student and mem-             PERSONAL: born Sept. 21, 1987 in Alexandria, La.
                    ber of National Honor Society.                                   . . . .Enjoys weightlifting, church choir and playing bass
                      PERSONAL: Born Mar. 20, 1991 . . . Son of Chris                guitar in the church band . . . Son of Tim Castilaw.
                    and Lori Carney.

                                  RYAN CARRETHERS                   65                             DEMARIO DAVIS
                                                                                                   LB 6-3, 230 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                                                                                      23
                                  DL 6-2, 310 Fr. - RS                                             Brandon, Miss.
                                  Nashville, Tenn.                                                 Brandon H.S.
                                  Brentwood Academy                                     2009: Phil Steele’s All-Sun Belt Conference selec-
                       2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.          tion . . . Named Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman . . .                of the Week on Oct. 26 . . . Started all 12 games at out-
                    Posted 70 tackles and 10 sacks his senior season . . .           side linebacker . . . Led the team in tackles with a ca-
                    Helped lead Brentwood Academy to three champi-                   reer-best 80 stops (51 solo, 29 assist) . . . Posted eight
                    onship games . . . Named all-state and All-Williamson            tackles for loss, the third most on the team . . . Three
                    County in 2008 . . . Rivals.com Tennessee Postsea-               sacks tied Jeremy Gibson for the third most on the
                    sonTop 35 (No.33) 2009 among all players in the state            team . . . Also responsible for one interception, which
                    . . . Also competed in wrestling at Brentwood.                   he returned 75 yards for a touchdown against nation-
                       PERSONAL: Born Feb. 26, 1991 . . . Son of Ryan                ally-ranked Iowa . . . Three forced fumbles were the
                    and Alisha Carrethers.                                           most on the team . . . Posted double-figure tackles in
                                                                                     three games, including a career-high 14 in the Red
                                  ARMONDO CASON                                      Wolves’ season finale against Western Kentucky . . .
                                  WR 5-5, 165 Fr. - RS                               Also had 12 stops against Louisiana-Monroe and 10
                                  Crossett, Ark.                                     against Iowa . . . Posted a career-high two sacks in
PLAYE R P ROFILES




                                  Crossett H.S.                                      game at Florida International . . . Recorded at least five
                      2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.           tackles in nine of 12 games played . . . ASU Athletic Di-
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman . . .                rector’s Honor Roll . . . Sun Belt Conference Academic
                    Played running back, rushing for approximately 1,000             Honor Roll.
                    yards on 100 carries with nine touchdowns . . . Was                 2008: Played in 11 games in 2008 . . . Recorded a
                    named team’s Player of the Game three times . . . Also           total of 17 tackles for the season, including 10 solo
                    a two-year track and field letterman . . .                       tackles . . . Recorded multiple tackles in five games,
                      PERSONAL: Born July 13, 1991 . . . Son of Dodgie               with a career-high three solo tackles against Florida In-
                    Taylor and Emilio Cason . . . Has two sisters, Ashanti           ternational . . . Posted one tackle for loss of four yards
                    Fobbs and Sharetta Cason, and one brother, Brandon               . . . Recorded one pass break-up and returned one
                    Fobbs.                                                           fumble 53 yards for a touchdown against Texas South-
                                                                                     ern.
                                  TOM CASTILAW
                                   OL 6-3, 280 Sr. - RS
                                                                     73                 2007: Did not play in any games, taking a redshirt
                                                                                     season and participating on the scout team.
                                   Flower Mound, Texas                                  HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman at
                                   Flower Mound H.S.                                 Brandon High School who helped lead the team to its
                      2009: Started the first four games of the season be-           14th playoff appearance in the last 16 years with a 7-5
                    fore suffering a season-ending injury during the Iowa            record . . . Ranked No. 86 at his position by Scout.com
                    contest . . . Part of the offenisve line that helped lead        . . . Recorded 81 tackles, six interceptions and one
                    ASU to almost 500 yards of total offense in its season           sack as senior . . . 2006 All-Region 3-5A, MAC First
                    opener against Mississippi Valley State, and to over             Team All-State and Clarion Ledger All-Metro selection
                    300 yards in two of its first three games . . . Named to         . . . Played mostly wide receiver as sophomore and jun-
                    ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Con-             ior . . . Recorded four touchdowns and 386 receiving
                    ference Commissioner’s List.                                     yards as a senior as well . . . Team Captain senior sea-
                      2008: Suffered an injury and only saw action in the            son . . . Starter on the Brandon HS basketball team and
                    Texas Southern game.                                             competes in the high jump with the varsity track & field
                      2007: Saw limited action, playing in one game (North           team.
                    Texas) . . . Received the “Freshman Academic Excel-                     PERSONAL: Born Jan. 11, 1989 . . . Son of Sue
                    lence Award” from the ASU coaching staff at the con-             Magee and Steven Davis.
                    clusion of spring drills.
                      2006: Redshirted.
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman . . . Starter as
                    a junior and senior.
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             DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                 Miami.
Yr.          UT     AT   TOT      TFL                 SACK               PERSONAL: ASU offensive line coach Darren Hiller
2008         10      7    17      1.0-4                  0            also played Chabot Junior College in 1990 and 1991 .
2009         51     29    80     8.0-37               3.0-27          . . Born Feb. 17, 1989 . . . Son of Suliano and Michelle
Totals       61     36    97     9.0-41               2.0-27          Etu.

               AMOS DRAPER
              DL 6-3, 270 Fr. - RS
                                                     97                             ADAM GASTON
                                                                                      DS 5-9, 220 Sr. - 3L
                                                                                                                       84
              Tanner, Ala.                                                            Hattiesburg, Miss.
              Tanner H.S.                                                             Oak Grove H.S.
  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.                  2009: Played in every game as the team’s No.1 deep
  HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman . . .                      snapper . . . ASU made 15-of-19 field goals and 27-of-
Named all-area all four years of high school . . . Named              31 extra points . . . AS had just one field goal blocked
2A All-State Lineman of the Year as a senior . . . Also               . . . Received the Sophomore Academic Excellence
lettered in basketball.                                               award at the conclusion of spring drills.
  PERSONAL: Born March 18, 1990 . . . Son of Frank                      2008: Played in every game as the team’s No. 1
and Monica Harper.                                                    deep snapper . . . ASU made 17-of-20 field goals and
                                                                      37-of-38 extra points . . . The Red Wolves did not have
               DARIUS DUNAWAY
               DE 6-5, 260 Fr. - RS
                                                    93                a single field goal or punt blocked in a comibned 75 at-
                                                                      tempts . . . Received the Freshman Academic Excel-
                                                                      lence award at the conclusion of spring drills.
               Monroe, La.
                                                                        2007: Played in every game as the first team deep
               Carroll H.S.
                                                                      snapper . . . ASU was a perfect 34-of-34 on extra points




                                                                                                                                   PLAYE R P ROFILES
  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                                                                      and made 15 field goals.
  HIGH SCHOOL: Academic All-State and All-District
                                                                        HIGH SCHOOL: Three -year varsity letterman for
selection as a senior . . . Honor student . . . Also com-
                                                                      the Oak Grove High School (Hattiesburg, Miss.) foot-
peted in basketball and track and field at Carroll High
                                                                      ball team, where he earned first team all-district honors
School . . . Sat out his junior season with an injury be-
                                                                      as a senior . . . He helped lead Oak Grove to a 34-7
fore coming back for his senior season when he earned
                                                                      record in three years . . . He was ranked among the
all-district honors . . . Also recruited by UL Lafayette
                                                                      top 10 high school long snappers in the nation accord-
and Southern Miss.
                                                                      ing to several websites, including prokicker.com’s No.
  PERSONAL: Born Oct. 2, 1990 . . . Son of Brenda
                                                                      1 spot for its Ray Guy/ProKicker.com National Camp
Dunaway.
                                                                      rankings . . . He was also ranked among the top 12 un-

               SIFA ETU
               OL 6-1, 295 Sr. - 1L
                                                       71             derclassmen deep snappers in the nation at the 4th an-
                                                                      nual National Kicking Competition hosted by Chris
                                                                      Sailer Kicking in Las Vegas in January of 2006 . . . Gas-
               Hayward, Calif.                                        ton was a member of the Oak Grove High School
               Chabot (CA) Junior College                             swimming team.
  2009: Mid-Term transfer that participated in ASU’s                        PERSONAL: Born Mar. 16, 1989 . . . Son of Rob
2009 spring camp . . . Played in 10 games last season                 and Chriss Gaston.
as a redshirt junior, including eight as a starter at the left
tackle position . . . Part of the offensive line that led the
way for 21 rushing touchdowns, the third most in the
                                                                                    JEREMY GIBSON
                                                                                      DE 6-5, 250 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                                                                      96
Sun Belt Conference, and paved the way for three dif-                                 Eutaw, Ala.
ferent ASU players rushing for over 100 yards in at                                   Greene County H.S.
least one game . . . ASU's line helped the offense to its                2009: Played in all 12 games, including one start . .
most yards of total offense (484) against an FBS op-                  . Started first career game at Florida Atlantic on Nov. 14
ponent since the 2007 season as well.                                 . . . Posted career-best numbers of 22 tackles, six tack-
  CHABOT JUNIOR COLLEGE: Named All-Golden                             les for loss of 23 yards and three sacks for loss of 19
Gate Conference and All-Region II last season as an                   yards . . . Three sacks tied Demario Davis for the sec-
offensive tackle for the Gladiators . . . Named the top               ond most on the team, while his six tackles for loss
performer at the 2008 JCFootball.com NorCal Com-                      were the fourth most among all ASU players . . . Had
bine.                                                                 the best game of his career during ASU’s 2009 season
  HIGH SCHOOL: Football and track and field letter-                   finale, posting six tackles, two tackles for loss and two
man at Hayward High School . . . Competed in the shot                 sacks (all career highs) during an ASU victory . . . After
put in high school . . . Also recruited by Marshall and               recording no more than two tackles in the first seven
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                    games, posted at least three stops in four of the Red               Honorable-mention All-State . . . Also had three inter-
                    Wolves last five games.                                             ceptions and recovered two fumbles . . . Had a 93-yard
                      2008: Played in 10 games in 2008 . . . Recorded 13                interception return for a touchdown as a junior . . .
                    tackles, including eight solo and five assisted on the              Timed at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash . . . Played
                    season . . . Posted a career-high five tackles in a game,           basketball as a freshman.
                    including two tackles for a loss of 12 yards (one sack                PERSONAL: Born Feb. 1, 1988 in Bossier City, La.
                    for a loss of 11 yards), one forced fumble, and one fum-            . . . Son of Felicia Glover . . . Also recruited by South-
                    ble recovery against Texas Southern . . . Had a total of            ern Miss, Louisiana-Monroe, Mississippi, Louisiana
                    three tackles for a loss of 15 yards on the season and              Tech and Northwestern (La.) State.
                    two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble.                                  GLOVER’S CAREER STATISTICS
                      2007: Did not compete in any games, taking a red-                 Yr.           UT      AT      TOT         TFL       SACK
                    shirt season and participating on the scout team.                   2007           0       2        2          0-0       1-4
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman than                     2008          39      15       54         3.5-7      1-4
                    helped lead Greene County High School to its first play-            2009                    DID NOT PLAY
                    off berth in four years in 2006 . . . Team Captain senior           Totals        39      17       56         3.5-7      1-4
                    season . . . Received academic award for athlete with
                    the highest GPA . . . Played center/forward for the
                    Greene County varsity basketball team.
                                                                                                      JULIAN GREEN
                                                                                                     DE 6-6, 255 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                          54
                      PERSONAL: Born Aug. 24, 1989 . . . Son of Marilyn                              Forrest City, Ark.
                    Gibson.                                                                          Forrest City H.S.
                               GIBSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                         2009: Competed but did not recording any stats.
                    Yr.           UT      AT      TOT         TFL       SACK
                                                                                         2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                    2008           8       5       13        3.0-15     1.0-11
PLAYE R P ROFILES




                                                                                         HIGH SCHOOL: Varsity letterman that was named
                    2009          19       3       22        6.0-23     3.0-19
                                                                                        Hooten’s Super Sonic Team as a senior . . . All-confer-
                    Totals        27       8       35        9.0-38     4.0-30
                                                                                        ence performer in track and field.

                                   DARIUS GLOVER
                                     LB 6-1, 230 Sr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                      46                 PERSONAL: Born March 30, 1990 . . . Son of Cheryl
                                                                                        and Julian Green.

                                     Bossier City, La.
                                     Airline H.S.
                                                                                                      BRYAN HALL
                                                                                                         DL 6-2, 290 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                                                                                         90
                      2009: No. 1 linebacker on the depth chart entering                                 Paducah, Ky.
                    the season, but missed the entire campaign due to in-                                Tilghman H.S.
                    jury . . . Phil Steele’s Preseason All-Sun Belt Confer-                2009: Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference selec-
                    ence selection.                                                     tion . . . Phil Steele’s All-Sun Belt Conference choice .
                      2008: Started all 12 games at outside linebacker,                 . . Started every game at his defensive tackle position
                    recording career-high numbers of 56 tackles, 3.5 tack-              . . . Ranked second on the team in tackles for loss (9)
                    les for loss of seven yards and one interception for 29             and tackles (30) among defensive linemen on ASU’s
                    yards . . . Posted a career-high 14 tackles against                 defense ranked first in the SBC in yards allowed and
                    Louisiana-Lafayette that were the most by an ASU                    scoring defense . . . He ranked among the top-15 play-
                    player since the Red Wolves’ 2007 season opener (a                  ers in the SBC in tackles for loss . . . Recorded a ca-
                    span of 19 games). He also posted his first career in-              reer-high five tackles against Iowa, and also had a
                    terception against the Ragin’ Cajuns and returned it 29             career-high 2.5 tackles for loss against the Hawkeyes
                    yards for a touchdown . . . Finished fifth on the team              . . . Posted 2.5 sacks on the season . . . Named Pre-
                    and tied for 38th in the Sun Belt conference in tackles             season All-SBC by Athlon’s and Phil Steele’s.
                    with 54 . . . Had at least five tackles in four games and              2008: Hall started every game from his defensive
                    multiple stops in all 12 . . . Only career sack came                tackle position and posted 39 tackles, 8.5 tackles for
                    against Southern Miss . . . Career-high one tackle for              loss of 59 yards, six sacks for loss of 52 yards, his first
                    loss came in three different games and all 3.5 tackles              career interception and a fumble recovery . . . Ranked
                    for loss came in first five outings.                                tied for third in SBC in sacks and tied for ninth in tack-
                      2007: Played in nine games . . . Recorded two tack-               les for loss . . . His 8.5 tackles for loss were the second
                    les against Troy.                                                   most in the SBC among interior defensive linemen and
                      2006: Redshirted.                                                 his six sacks tied the most in the league among interior
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman, three-year                      defensive linemen . . . Tallied a career-high five tackles
                    starter . . . First-team all-district 1-5A as a senior after        in three different games . . . Eight games registered a
                    racking up 111 tackles at the linebacker position . . .             tackle for loss . . . 39 tackles led all ASU interior de-

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fensive linemen and were second most among all de-               4x200 relay . . . First team all-district quarterback and
fensive linemen . . . Part of ASU defense ranked No. 2           district offensive MVP senior season, passing for 1,203
in SBC in total defense and No. 1 in rushing defense .           yards and rushing for 1,222 yards to lead McCallum to
. . Named the team’s Most Improved Defensive Player              the playoffs . . . Versatile player who also saw time at
at the conclusion of spring camp.                                cornerback, free safety, wide receiver, punt and kickoff
   2007: Played in 10 games, recording 10 tackles . . .          returner . . . Recognized as top wide receiver at
Recorded multiple tackles in two games . . . Posted a            LaDainian Tomlinson Football Camp in the summer of
career-high three tackles against Louisiana-Monroe.              2005 . . . Also recruited by Hawaii and Houston.
   2006: Redshirted.                                               PERSONAL: Born Apr. 15, 1988 . . . Son of Lucious
   HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman at Tilghman                  and Julia Henderson.
High . . . Played linebacker as a junior and senior . . .
Three-year starter . . . Spot-started as a freshman on
the offensive line then was moved to full-time starter
                                                                                NATHAN HERROLD
                                                                                 LB 6-3, 235 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                   40
as a sophomore on the line . . . Two-time all-confer-                            Ozark, Mo.
ence pick and honorable-mention all-state as a senior                            Ozark H.S.
. . . Placed seventh in state wrestling tournament and             2009: Played in every game, including one as a
received the sportsmanship award . . . Also participated         starter, before an injury in the 11th game of the year
in track and field.                                              kept him out of the season finale . . . Earned his first ca-
   PERSONAL: Born Sept. 12, 1988, in Carbondale,                 reer start at Florida Atlantic . . . Finished with 41 total
Ill. . . . Son of Phillip and Delma Hall . . . Accounting        tackles (19 solo, 22 assist), 1.5 tackles for loss, one
major . . . Also Recruited by Louisville, Murray State           sack and one pass break-up . . . Ranked ninth on the
and James Madison.                                               team in tackles and third among linebackers only . . .
              HALL’S CAREER STATISTICS                           Posted a career-high 11 tackles against Florida Atlantic




                                                                                                                                PLAYE R P ROFILES
Yr.            UT       AT    TOT       TFL        SACK          . . . Recorded multiple tackles in first 10 games, in-
2007            5        5     10        0-0         0-0         cluding four games with at least five . . . Tallied eight
2008           21       18     39      8.5-59      6.0-52        tackles against Louisiana-Lafayette, his second highest
2009           15       15     30      9.0-22      2.5-10        single-game total of the season . . . ASU Athletic Di-
Totals         41       38     79     17.5-81 8.5-62             rector’s Honor Roll . . . Sun Belt Conference Academic
                                                                 Honor Roll.
                                                                   2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
              JACKIE HAWKINS                                       HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman . . .
           WR 5-6, 165 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                 During his three-year high school career, recorded 379
           Texarkana, Ark.
                                                                 tackles (109 soph., 121 junior, 149 senior), five inter-
           Arkansas H.S.
                                                                 ceptions, nine touchdowns and three blocked punts . .
 2009: Competed, but did not record any stats.                   . Caught 29 passes for 500 yards during his senior sea-
 2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.            son . . . Helped lead Ozark to the state semifinals and
 PERSONAL: Born Feb. 2, 1990 . . . Son of Kimberly               an 8-5 record . . . 2007 awards and honors include:
Hawkins.                                                         First Team AP All-State linebacker, First Team MFBCA

              LUCIOUS HENDERSON
              WR 5-10, 185 Sr. - 1L
                                                    8            All-State linebacker, First Team All-COC, First Team
                                                                 All-District tight end.
                                                                   PERSONAL: Born Mar. 5, 1990 . . . Son of Doug and
              Austin, Texas                                      Debbie Herrold.
              Navarro (TX) Junior College                                  HERROLD’S CAREER STATISTICS
  2009: Played in three games . . . Rushed one time for          Yr.            UT     AT     TOT           TFL       SACK
loss of one yard . . . Returned one kickoff for 20 yards         2009           19      22     41          1.5-8       1.0-8
against Middle Tennessee . . . Junior college mid-term           Totals         19      22     41          1.5-8       1.0-8
signee that went through ASU’s 2009 spring camp.
  NAVARRO JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played wide re-
ceiver for Navarro College in 2007, posting 22 recep-
                                                                                DREW HILTON
                                                                               OL 6-4, 305 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                                                                      61
tions for 360 yards and three touchdowns in eight                              Batesville, Ark.
games . . . Timed in the 4.4 second-range in the 40-                           Batesville H.S.
yard dash.                                                         2009: Played in all 12 games and started 10, includ-
  HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year football and track let-                ing one game at left tackle, two games at right guard
terman at McCallum High School in Austin, Texas . . .            and seven at left guard . . . Part of the offensive line
Track regional qualifier in the 200 and 400 meters and           that led the way for 21 rushing touchdowns, the third
                                                                 most in the Sun Belt Conference, and paved the way
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                                         2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                    for three different ASU players rushing for over 100               . . . Millington Central posted a record of 11-1 his sen-
                    yards in at least one game . . . ASU's line helped the of-         ior season, 13-1 junior season and 7-4 his sophomore
                    fense to its most yards of total offense (484) against an          season . . . Named 2008 Tennessee Mr. Football 5A
                    FBS opponent since the 2007 season as well . . . Was               Back of the Year . . . All-state selection and Region 7-
                    a preseason All-Sun Belt Conference and preseason                  5A MVP senior campaign . . . Liberty Bowl Player of
                    all-conference selction by Lindy’s.                                the Week selection . . . Named to the Tennessee
                       2008: Played in 11 games, including seven as a                  Dream Team . . . Also competed in basketball.
                    starter at his guard position . . . Helped pave the way               PERSONAL: Born Sept. 14, 1990 . . . Son of Bald-
                    for ASU’s offense that piled up 4,786 yards to break               win and Della Holmes.
                    the 57-year old school record for total offense . . . Part
                    of offensive line that led ASU offense to SBC rankings
                    of No. 3 in scoring offense, No. 2 rushing offense and
                                                                                                      TYSON HOLLIGAN
                                                                                                       OL 6-2, 340 Sr. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                             77
                    No. 3 total offense . . . ASU’s offense ranked No. 18 in                           Carrollton, Texas
                    the nation in rushing offense, No. 38 in total offense                             Newman-Smith H.S.
                    and No. 52 in scoring offense . . . ASU’s offense aver-               2009: Played in three games on the offensive line, in-
                    aged 398.8 yards per game, the best by an ASU of-                  cluding one as a starter . . . Started first career game
                    fense since 1970 . . . The offensive line didn’t allow a           at Louisiana-Lafayette.
                    single sack in three games last season.                               2008: Did not compete in any games.
                       2007: Competed in two games (Louisiana-Lafayette                   2007: Did not compete in any games.
                    and Southern Miss) as a reserve.                                      2006: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                       2006: Redshirted the 2006 season and participated                  HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked a 6.0 by ESPN.com's re-
                    on the scout team.                                                 cruiting website . . . Also tabbed as the 77th-ranked of-
                       HIGH SCHOOL: SportingNews.com ranked Hilton as                  fensive guard nationally by the site . . . Three-year
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                    13th top prospect in Arkansas . . . ESPN.com rated                 letterman, two-year starter for Newman Smith . . . First-
                    Hilton the 81st guard nationally . . . Ranked 11th in the          team all-district as a senior and second-team all-dis-
                    state in the postseason edition of SuperPrep recruiting            trict at a junior . . . Picked as the Offensive Lineman of
                    magazine . . . Picked as a two-star recruit by Ri-                 the Year in his district as a senior . . . Also academic all-
                    vals.com and was rated a 5.3 . . . Picked as the Offen-            district twice . . . A finalist in the state powerlifting tour-
                    sive Lineman of the Year for his district (4A East) at the         nament . . . Regional qualifier in the shot put.
                    conclusion of his senior season . . . Picked as a mem-                PERSONAL: Born May 5, 1988 in Amarillo, Texas .
                    ber of the KAIT Channel 8 Super Team . . . All-state               . . Son of Steve and Laurie Newman . . . Also recruited
                    and all-district as a senior in 4A . . . Member of the As-         by Texas Tech, Alabama, Southern Methodist and
                    sociated Press Super Team . . . Max Emfinger All-                  Texas-El Paso.
                    American . . . Selected for the Arkansas High School
                    All-Star game … Hooten's Arkansas Football magazine
                    Super Team member.
                                                                                                      M.D. JENNINGS
                                                                                                       DB 6-0, 185 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                                                                                            26
                       PERSONAL: Born Aug. 20, 1987 in Flowood, Miss.                                  Calhoun City, Miss.
                    . . . Physical therapy major . . . Son of Tom and Jennye                           Calhoun City H.S.
                    Hilton . . . Also recruited by Oklahoma State, Arkansas,              2009: First Team All-Sun Belt Conference by Phil
                    LSU, Mississippi State, Mississippi and Tulsa.                     Steele’s . . . Started first 11 games at free safety before

                                  TAUSEAN HOLMES
                                   DB 5-10, 190 So. - 1L
                                                                        31             suffering an injury that held him out of the last game .
                                                                                       . . Ranked second on the team and first among defen-
                                                                                       sive backs in tackles (5.8 tpg) and also ranked tied for
                                   Millington, Tenn.                                   23rd in the Sun Belt Conference in tackles on ASU’s
                                   Millington H.S.                                     defense ranked first in the league in yards allowed and
                      2009: Played in 11 games on special teams and in a               scoring defense . . . Six pass break-ups were the sec-
                    reserve role as a defensive back . . . Recorded 15 tack-           ond most on the team and he also has one interception
                    les (10 solo, 5 asst.) . . . Posted a career-high three            returned for 36 yards (fifth interception of his career) .
                    tackles at Louisville, but had multiple tackles in six out-        . . Recovered a team-high three fumbles, which also
                    ings.                                                              tied the tops in the league . . . Recorded a season-high
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Played running back at Millington                   11 tackles during the Louisville game and had at least
                    Central High School . . . Named Tennessee’s Class 5A               eight tackles in five games . . . Posted at least six tack-
                    Mr. Football as a senior after recording 1,815 all-pur-            les in seven games . . . Arkansas State Athletic Direc-
                    pose yards (1,308 rushing) and 29 touchdowns (22                   tor’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Academic
                    rushing) . . . Helped Millington Central compile a 31-6            Honor roll . . . Lindy’s, Phil Steele’s and Athlon’s pre-
                    record during his three seasons as a varsity letterman             season All-SBC selection.
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   2008: Jennings started every game at his safety po-              Shelby Metro All-Star . . . Posted 23 receptions for 272
sition, recording a team-high three interceptions, team-            yards and five touchdowns in a triple option offense as
high five pass break-ups (Daylan Walker also had five),             a senior . . . Defensively, he tallied 24 tackles from his
a forced fumble, 67 tackles and three tackles for loss .            cornerback position . . . Also returned kicks on special
. . 67 tackles were the second most on an ASU defense               teams, taking one return 85 yards for a touchdown . . .
ranked No. 1 in SBC in rush defense and No. 2 in total              Finished with two kickoff returns and one punt return
defense . . . Ranked tied for fifth in SBC in passes de-            for a touchdown and also posted one defensive touch-
fended, tied for No. 6 in interceptions and No. 25 in               down . . . Also competed in track at Germantown High
tackles . . . Tallied a career-high 13 tackles against              School . . . Honor Roll student . . . Timed at 4.52 sec-
Southern Miss and had two games this season with                    onds in the 40-yard dash . . . Also recruited by Ten-
double-figure stops . . . Six games with at least five              nessee-Martin and Delta State.
tackles.                                                              PERSONAL: Born Mar. 26, 1991 . . . Son of Kelly
   2007: Played in 12 games, all as a reserve . . . Fin-            and Latoya Jones.
ished the season with 26 tackles (12 solo, 14 assist) .
. . Posted a career-high four tackles in two games (vs.
SMU and at Tennessee) . . . Posted one sack for a loss
                                                                                  ALEX KAUTAI
                                                                                   OL 6-2, 305 Sr. - 1L
                                                                                                                      62
of 14 yards on the year (sack vs. SMU) . . . Recorded                              Euless, Texas
three tackles and his first career interception against                            Kilgore (TX) Junior College
Troy . . . Interception return of three yards . . . Regis-            2009: Originally recruited as a defensive lineman,
tered multiple tackles in eight games.                              Kautai was moved to the offensive line durin the 2009
   2006: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.             season . . . Played in four games . . . Recorded two
   HIGH SCHOOL: Played receiver and defensive back                  tackles in ASU’s season opener against Mississippi
at Calhoun City . . . Broke up 15 passes and had five               Valley State . . . Part of ASU’s offensive line that led




                                                                                                                                  PLAYE R P ROFILES
interceptions as a senior . . . Registered 70 tackles as            the way for 21 rushing touchdowns, the third most in
a senior . . . Team went 12-1 during senior season and              the Sun Belt Conference, and paved the way for three
reached Mississippi's Class 2A third round of the play-             different ASU players rushing for over 100 yards in at
offs . . . Also had 16 receptions for 363 yards and four            least one game.
scores . . . Returned two punts for touchdowns . . . Re-              KILGORE JUNIOR COLLEGE: Recorded 44 tack-
ceived a grade of 3.0 from ESPN.com's recruiting web-               les, four sacks and one forced fumble as a sophomore
site . . . Timed at 4.42 seconds in the 40-yard dash . .            at Kilgore Junior College, where he was a first team
. Recorded 70 tackles and eight picks as a junior . . .             all-conference selection.
First-team all-state as a senior and second-team all-                 HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year vasity football letterman
state as a junior . . . Ended career with 13 interceptions          at Trinity High School . . . First team all-district selec-
. . . Honor roll student and ranked fifth in his class . . .        tion.
Recipient of the United States National Minority Lead-                PERSONAL: Born June 6, 1989 . . . Son of Masl and
ership Award in 2005.                                               Salome Kautai.
   PERSONAL: Born July 25, 1988, in Grenada, Miss.
. . . Son of Wesley and Nanette Jennings . . . Also re-
cruited by Mississippi, Southern Miss and Mississippi
                                                                                  JAQUAN KILCREASE
                                                                                  DB 6-2, 200 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                                                                         4
State.                                                                            Nashville, Tenn.
      JENNING’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS                                         McGavock H.S.
Yr.        UT AT TOT TFL SACK INT PBU                                 2009: Played in 12 games and started the first two
2007 12 14 26 1.0-14 1-14 1-3 0                                     games of his career . . . Recorded 29 tackles (17 solo,
2008 42 25 67 3.0-5                     0      3-13 5               12 assisted), including two tackles for loss . . . Also
2009 37 27 64 0.5-1                     0      1-36 6               recorded one fumble recovery and one pass break-up,
Totals 91 66 157 4.5-20 1-14 5-52 11                                both against North Texas . . . Posted a career-high 12
                                                                    tackles against Troy . . . Tallied eight tackles against
               JULIAN JONES
              DB 6-0, 190 Fr. - RS
                                                       7            Western Kentucky in ASU’s season finale . . . Recorded
                                                                    multiple tackles in four games.
              Germantown, Tenn.                                       2008: Saw action in 11 games in 2008 . . . Recorded
              Germantown H.S.                                       three tackles for the season, including two solo tack-
  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.              les . . . Also recorded one forced fumble against
  HIGH SCHOOL: Played both wide receiver and de-                    Louisiana-Lafayette.
fensive back for the Red Devils . . . Named Class 5A                  2007: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
All-State defensive back his senior season . . . 2007                 HIGH SCHOOL: The Tennessean Third Team All-
and 2008 First Team All-Region selection . . . 2008                 Midstate selection as a senior . . . 2006 Tennessee
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                    Sports Writers Association All-State Team . . . Recorded          to 5A state semifinals, rushing for an Arkansas high
                    134 tackles (125 solo, 9 assist), one interception, one           school record 3,090 yards to break Madre Hill’s 13-year
                    sack and 14 pass break-ups as a senior . . . Four-year            old record of 2,863 yards . . . 36 TDs senior season
                    high school letterman . . . Two-time All-City selection           ties the fifth most in Arkansas high school history . . .
                    (2005, 2006) . . . Named All-Region as both a junior              2006 Jonesboro Sun Player of the Year . . . Little Rock
                    and senior . . . Member of the McGavock High School               Touchdown Club’s 5A High School Player of the Year .
                    varsity basketball team.                                          . . Named to the Arkansas All-Star Team . . . 2006 KAIT
                      PERSONAL: Born Feb. 14, 1989 . . . Son of Karolyn               8 High School Player of the Year . . . Rushed for 4,198
                    Kilcrease.                                                        career yards and posted 49 career touchdowns . . . No.
                      KILCREASE’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS                           2 jersey retired by Nettleton High School . . . Hooten
                    Yr.      UT AT TOT TFL SACK INT PBU                               Award and Landers Award finalist in 2006, two of the
                    2008 2           1    3     0.0-0      0      0-0 0               top awards in the state.
                    2009 17 12 29 2.0-2                    0      0-0 1                  PERSONAL: Son of Vivian Phillips.
                    Totals 19 13 32 2.0-2                  0      0-0 1                    LAWSON’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS
                                                                                      Yr.           ATT YDS         AVG.        TD        LG
                                  DEREK LAWSON
                                    RB 5-11, 210 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                     22               2008
                                                                                      2009
                                                                                                     97
                                                                                                     56
                                                                                                            695
                                                                                                            254
                                                                                                                     7.2
                                                                                                                     4.4
                                                                                                                                 4
                                                                                                                                 2
                                                                                                                                          80
                                                                                                                                          26
                                    Jonesboro, Ark.                                   Totals        153     949      6.2         6        80
                                    Nettleton H.S.                                        LAWSON’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS
                       2009: Played in all 12 games, including one (at                Yr.           No.     YDS     AVG.        TD        LG
                    Florida Atlantic) as a starter . . . Rushed 56 times for          2008            1       4      4.0         0         4
                    254 yards and two touchdowns . . . Averaged 4.4 yards             2009            6      50      8.3         0        18
                    per rush, the highest average on the team among all               Totals          7      54      7.7         0        18
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                    players with at least 50 rushing attempts . . . Will enter
                    junior campaign with an impressive 6.2 yards per rush
                    average . . . Rushed 12 times for 76 yards, both sea-
                                                                                                    COLE LORIGAN
                                                                                                       DB 5-10, 170 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                        20
                    son highs, and one touchdown in the Red Wolves sea-                                Hot Springs, Ark.
                    son opener against Mississippi Valley State . . . Ran                              Hot Springs H.S.
                    for 67 yards, his second most of the season, on nine at-            2009: Played in three games, but did not record any
                    tempts against FAU . . . Also posted his longest run of           stats.
                    the season against FAU with a 26 yarder . . . Also fin-             2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                    ished with six receptions for 50 yards on the season .              HIGH SCHOOL: All-state, all-conference and all-
                    . . Best receiving game came at Louisville, hauling in            county selection senior year . . . All-conference and all-
                    three receptions for 29 yards.                                    county selection as a junior . . . Three-year letterman
                       2008: Lawson impressed his freshman season, rush-              and three-year football starter . . . Three-year track and
                    ing for 695 yards with a 7.2 average per carry . . . His          field letterman . . . all-conference selection . . . Helped
                    7.4 yards per rush was the fifth highest in the nation            lead Hot Springs High School to a state championship
                    among all running backs ranked in the top-100 for rush-           senior year . . . Honor roll all four years and graduated
                    ing yards . . . Ranked No. 9 in the Sun Belt Conference           with a 4.0 . . . Won the Brandon Burluoth Award for all-
                    in rushing yards (57.9 ypg), led all SBC freshmen in              around and academic and athletic excellence.
                    rushing and ranked No. 10 in the nation in rushing                  PERSONAL: Born Sept. 5, 1989 . . . Son of Tim Lori-
                    among all freshmen . . . One of 10 players recognized             gan and Cathie Burton . . . Brother Andrew Lorigan and
                    by CBSSports.com on its Sept. 24 “Freshman Watch”                 sister Ashley Lorigan.
                    list, which featured the best freshmen in college football
                    throughout the the season . . .Became just the 11th
                    player in school history to rush for over 200 yards in a
                                                                                                    ALFRED LOUIS
                                                                                                      OL 6-3, 315 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                                                                                        68
                    game with his 209-yard performance against Texas                                  Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
                    Southern . . . His 209 yards ranks as the eighth most                             Fort Lauderdale H.S.
                    in school history . . . Posted two 100-yard rushing                  2009: Played in 10 games, including four as a starter
                    games and had over 50 yards in five outings . . . Had             . . . Part of ASU’s offensive line that led the way for 21
                    long rush of 80 yards against Texas Southern that                 rushing touchdowns, the third most in the Sun Belt
                    ranks tied for the fourth longest in school history . . .         Conference, and paved the way for three different ASU
                    His 80-yard run was the longest by an ASU player                  players rushing for over 100 yards in at least one game.
                    since 2005.                                                          2008: Saw action in eight games in 2008 . . . Helped
                       2007: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.           the ASU offense pile up 4,786 yards to break the 57-
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Nettleton High School                 year old school record for total offense . . . Part of of-
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fensive line that led ASU offense to SBC rankings of                yards . . . Posted 23 tackles on defense . . . Team MVP
No. 3 in scoring offense, No. 2 rushing offense and No.             as a senior . . . 2008 Honorable Mention All-State and
3 total offense . . . ASU’s offense ranked No. 18 in the            First Team All-Region . . . Honorable Mention All-Re-
nation in rushing offense, No. 38 in total offense and              gion as a junior . . . Ranked No. 206 best wide receiver
No. 52 in scoring offense . . . ASU’s offense averaged              in the nation by Scout.com . . . Alabama and No.
398.8 yards per game, the best by an ASU offense                    2064.4-second range 40-yard dash time . . . Also com-
since 1970 . . . The offensive line didn’t allow a single           peted in basketball and track and field . . . Honor Roll
sack in three games.                                                student . . . Named LeFlore’s Outstanding student-ath-
  2007: Participated on the scout team.                             lete . . . Also recruited by Southern Mississippi, UAB,
  2006: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.              Auburn, Memphis, Marshall, Ole Miss.
  HIGH SCHOOL: Two-way, two-year starter and                          PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1990 . . . Son of Sallie and
three-year letterman . . . Participated in two postseason           Cliff Jackson.
all-star games, playing left tackle in each . . . Also
played on the basketball team and participates in track
and field.
                                                                                  KELCIE McCRAY
                                                                                   DB 6-2, 195 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                                                                       21
  PERSONAL: Born Dec. 12, 1987 . . . Son of                                        Columbus, Ga.
Alphonse and Paula Louis.                                                          Columbus H.S.
                                                                       2009: Started all 12 games at strong safety . . .
               GREG McCALL
               DL 5-11, 305 Jr. - 2L
                                                   79               Named to Phil Steele’s All-Sun Belt Conference Team
                                                                    . . . Posted a team-high four interceptions, all over the
               Prattville, Ala.                                     last seven games of the season . . . Four picks were the
               Prattville H.S.                                      most by an ASU player since the 2007 season when
  2009: Played in 11 of 12 games, recording 10 tack-                Tyrell Johnson intercepted six and tied the second most




                                                                                                                                 PLAYE R P ROFILES
les (4 solo, 6 assisted), one tackle for loss and one               in the Sun Belt Conference in 2009 . . . Ranked third on
sack for loss of nine yards . . . Posted a season-high              the team in tackles with 58 to his credit (36 solo, 22 as-
two tackles against both Mississippi Valley State and               sist) . . . Ranked tied for 37th in the Sun Belt Confer-
North Texas.                                                        ence in tackles . . . Finished with 4.5 tackles for loss .
  2008: Saw action in 10 games in 2008 . . . Recorded               . . Three fumbles recovered tied the most on the team
seven tackles, including four solo tackles for the sea-             and in the Sun Belt Conference . . . All four intercep-
son . . . Posted a career-high of three tackles (all solo)          tions came in different games . . . Posted a career-high
against Louisiana-Lafayette . . . Recorded two tackles              nine tackles against Louisiana-Monroe . . . Recorded at
for a loss of nine yards for the season, including one              least five tackles in seven games.
sack for a loss of eight yards against Alabama.                        2008: Saw limited action in 12 games in 2008 . . .
  HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Prattville to back-to-                   Recorded a total of 13 tackles, including nine solo and
back 6A State Championships in 2006 and 2007 . . .                  four assisted on the season . . . Had multiple tackles in
Recorded 60 tackles and two tackles for loss as a sen-              four games with a career-high three against both Texas
ior, including six stops in the state title game . . . Birm-        A&M and North Texas . . . Also forced one fumble
ingham News All-Metro team (tri-county team)                        against Louisiana-Monroe . . . Received the team’s
selection as a senior . . . Honorable Mention Class 6A              Freshman Academic Excellence Award at the conclu-
All-State Team.                                                     sion of spring practices.
  PERSONAL: Born Oct. 21, 1989 . . . Son of Gregory                    2007: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
and Angela McCall.                                                     HIGH SCHOOL: Played quarterback for Hardaway
                                                                    High School in Class AAA-Region 2, but is expected to
               CARLOS McCANTS
              WR 5-11, 185 Fr. - RS
                                                         1          play in the secondary at Arkansas State . . . Three-year
                                                                    varsity letterman . . . Golden Hawks finished 2006 with
              Mobile, Ala.                                          a 6-4 record . . . Rushed for 411 yards and three touch-
              LeFlore H.S.                                          downs on 112 carries as a senior . . . Completed 32-of-
  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.              80 passing attempts for 363 yards and two touchdowns
  HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity football letterman,                in 2006 . . . In limited action defensively, recorded 10
including three years as a starter . . . Played both wide           tackles and one interception as a senior . . . Honorable
receiver and cornerback, while also returning punts and             Mention All-Bi-City . . . Team Captain as a senior . . .
kickoffs for LeFlore High School . . . During his four              Also plays on the varsity basketball team at Hardaway
years at LeFlore, McCants recorded 3,148 all-purpose                High School.
yards, 22 touchdowns and 81 receptions . . . Caught 56                 PERSONAL: Born Sept. 21, 1988 . . . Son of Brenda
passes for 878 yards and nine touchdowns in 2008 . .                Fulks.
. Returned 33 punts for 426 yards, 16 kickoffs for 276
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                        McCRAY’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS                               ran track . . . Named to Who’s Who American Honor
                    Yr.    UT AT TOT TFL SACK INT PBU                                    Society.
                    2008 9      14 13     0     0     0    2                                PERSONAL: Born Feb. 22, 1988 in Memphis, Tenn.
                    2009 36 22 58 4.5-11 0          4-69 4                               . . . Son of Carol McKinnon.
                    Totals 45 26 71 4.5-11 0        4-69 4                                        McKINNON’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                         Yr.           UT     AT    TOT     TFL      SACK
                                   TYLER McKEE
                                   OL 6-2, 315 Fr. - RS
                                                                        78               2007
                                                                                         2008
                                                                                                       25
                                                                                                        9
                                                                                                              19
                                                                                                              15
                                                                                                                      41
                                                                                                                      24
                                                                                                                              0
                                                                                                                            1.0-2
                                                                                                                                       0
                                                                                                                                       0
                                   Fayetteville, Ark.                                    2009          33     20      53    0.5-0      0
                                   Fayetteville H.S.                                     Totals        67     51    118     1.5-2      0
                       2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year varsity letterman named
                    all-conference as both a junior and senior and Honor-
                                                                                                       CLIFF MITCHELL
                                                                                                         OL 6-5, 305 Fr. - RS
                                                                                                                                           63
                    able Mention All-State as a senior . . . Team Captain .                              Jasper, Texas
                    . . Voted No. 1 offensive lineman on the team . . . Led                              Jasper H.S.
                    Fayetteville to a 9-3-1 record and state championship                  2009: Redshirted.
                    as a junior . . . Fayetteville advanced to first round of              HIGH SCHOOL: Named first team 18-3A All-district
                    playoffs McKee’s senior campaign.                                    as a senior, second team all-district as a sophomore
                       PERSONAL: Born April 21, 1991 . . . Son of David                  and Junior . . . Second Team All-Southeast Texas se-
                    and Alice McKee.                                                     lection . . . Also lettered in golf and power lifting while
                                                                                         at Jasper (TX) High School . . . Ranked No. 68 Offen-
                                   JAVON McKINNON
                                     LB 6-0, 230 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                            5            sive Guard in the nation according to ESPN.com . . .
                                                                                         Academic All-District selection . . . Also recruited by
PLAYE R P ROFILES




                                     Memphis, Tenn.                                      Vanderbilt, Baylor, Iowa State.
                                     Melrose H.S.                                          PERSONAL: Born Aug. 25, 1990 . . . Son of Dawn
                      2009: Played in nine games, starting five at his out-              Mitchell.
                    side linebacker position . . . Despite missing three
                    games, finished fourth on the team in tackles with a ca-
                    reer-best 53 . . . 5.9 tackles per game ranked 22nd in
                                                                                                       WALTER MOODY
                                                                                                        DB 6-0, 185 Sr. - 2L
                                                                                                                                             19
                    the Sun Belt Conference and ranked second on the                                    Oakland, Miss.
                    team behind only Demario Davis’ 6.8 stops per game .                                Northwest Mississippi CC
                    . . Recorded at least five tackles in all but one game                  2009: Missed playing time due to injury, but still
                    played and had a career-best eight tackles in three out-             played in seven games in a reserve roll . . . Finished
                    ings . . . Also tallied 0.5 tackles for loss and one forced          with seven tackles, two solo and five assisted . . .
                    fumble.                                                              Recorded one pass break-up.
                      2008: Started all 12 games at outside linebacker . .                  2008: Saw limited action in 10 games in 2008 . . .
                    . Finished the season with 24 tackles (9 solo, 15 as-                Recorded two tackles for the season . . . Joined Coach
                    sisted) . . . Posted his first career tackle for loss against        Steve Roberts’ program at mid-term and went through
                    Louisiana-Lafayette . . . Recorded a season-high six                 spring workouts with ASU.
                    tackles against Southern Miss and tallied five or more                  NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI CC: Played in all 10
                    tackles in three games . . .. Posted multiple stops in               games, including seven as a starter, for Northwest Mis-
                    five games . . . Had one fumble recovery he returned                 sissippi CC last season as a freshman . . . Helped lead
                    25 yards for a touchdown against Texas Southern . . .                the Rangers to a 6-4 record while recording 38 tack-
                    The fumble recovery was the second of his career.                    les, four pass break-ups, two forced fumbles and a
                      2007: Played in 10 games, including eight as a                     fumble recovery . . . Part of a Rangers’ defense that
                    starter . . . Finished the season with 41 tackles (25 solo,          ranked No. 3 in the MACJC and No. 19 nationally in
                    16 assist) . . . Returned his only career fumble recov-              passing defense, giving up just 127.7 yards per game
                    ery 18 yards against Florida Atlantic . . . Also forced              . . . Northwest Mississippi’s defense also ranked No.
                    one career fumble (at Tennessee) . . . Posted double-                2 in the MACJC and No. 18 nationally in total defense,
                    figure tackles in two games, including a career-high 11              allowing 241.7 yards per game . . . Received the team’s
                    against Tennessee . . . Recorded multiple tackles in six             “Sledgehammer Award” for impact hitter.
                    games.                                                                  HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference selection his senior
                      2006: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.               season at Coffeeville High School, located in Oakland,
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman . . . Started two                 Miss. . . . Recorded 130 tackles, intercepted five
                    years at Melrose . . . As a senior compiled 139 tackles              passes and posted three touchdowns to help lead Cof-
                    (51 solo), three sacks and three interceptions . . . Also            feeville to a 10-3 record.
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  PERSONAL: Born Mar. 5, 1988 . . . Son of Billy and             427 yards and three touchdowns in 2007 . . . Helped
Linda Clark and Walter E. Moody.                                 lead Pleasant Grove to a 9-3 record as a junior . . . Also
    MOODY’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS                            recruited by Southern Miss, Middle Tennessee and
Yr.     UT AT TOT TFL SACK INT PBU                               Troy.
2008 0         2     2    0.5-1  0       0       0                 PERSONAL: Born Jan. 18, 1990 . . . Son of Lonnie
2009 2         5     7      0    0       0       1               and Denise Murry.
Totals 2       7     9    0.5-1  0       0       1                   MURRY’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS
                                                                 Yr.        No.     YDS        AVG.       TD           LG
              DELANO MOORE
                OL 6-5, 305 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                70               2009
                                                                 Totals
                                                                             7
                                                                             7
                                                                                    109
                                                                                    109
                                                                                               15.6
                                                                                               15.6
                                                                                                           0
                                                                                                           0
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                Sunrise, Fla.
                Piper H.S.
   2009: Played in nine games, including three as a
                                                                               ALLEN MUSE
                                                                                 WR 6-4, 215 So. - 1L
                                                                                                                     17
starter . . . Helped lead the way for 21 rushing touch-                          Leesville, La.
downs, the third most in the Sun Belt Conference . . .                           Leesville H.S.
Paved the way for three different ASU players rushing               2009: Played in 11 games, catching six passes for 57
for over 100 yards in at least one game and was part             yards . . . Long reception of 21 yards . . . Caught a ca-
of ASU's line that helped the offense to its most yards          reer-best two passes in two games, including Troy
of total offense (484) against an FBS opponent since             game when he had a season-best 24 receiving yards .
the 2007 season.                                                 . . Profiled on ESPN Game Day for overcoming ex-
   2008: Saw limited action in one game in 2008 as a             treme adversity to play college football . . . Participated
reserve along the offensive line.                                in ASU’s 2009 spring camp.
   2007: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.             HIGH SCHOOL: Participated in ASU’s 2009 spring




                                                                                                                               PLAYE R P ROFILES
   2006: Florida Sun-Sentinel Honorable Mention All-             camp . . . Four-year starter on the varsity football team
County Team (Classifications 4A-6A) . . . 3-7 Piper High         . . . During his four-year high school career, Muse was
School team passed for 1237 yards and rushed for 678             named all-state, All-Vernon Parish and all-district . . .
yards in 2006 . . . Competed in the state All-Star Game          Caught 53 passes for 720 yards and four touchdowns
. . . Member of the high school honor roll.                      as a senior in 2007 . . . Track and field letterman . . .
   PERSONAL: Born May 21, 1989 . . . Son of Lorna                Who’s Who Among American High School Students . .
Jackson Thomas.                                                  . National Honor Roll . . . Received the Hugey O’Brian
                                                                 Leadership Award . . . Also recruited by Southern Miss,
              KEDRIC MURRY
               TE 6-3, 265 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                85               LSU, Louisiana Tech and Ole Miss . . .
                                                                    PERSONAL: Originally signed with ASU in 2008, but
               Pleasant Grove, Ala.                              was unable to compete due to medical issues . . . Born
               Pleasant Grove H.S.                               Aug. 17, 1990 . . . Son of Allen and Kimberly Muse.
   2009: Played in every game as a redshirt freshman,
starting seven times at his tight end position . . . Fin-
ished the season with seven receptions for 109 yards
                                                                               NICK NELMS
                                                                                LB 5-11, 225 So. - 1L
                                                                                                                   32
. . . 15.6 average yards per reception was the second                           Germantown, Tenn.
highest on the team . . . Hauled in four passes for 44                          Houston H.S.
yards, both career highs, against Florida Atlantic . . .           2009: Played in 10 games as a true freshman mostly
Also had two receptions for 22 yards against Florida             as a reserve and on special teams, but made the most
International and one catch for 43 yards, his longest of         of his only start in ASU’s season-finale against Western
the season, against Nebraska . . . Also played a big             Kentucky . . . Recorded seven tackles, including one
role in ASU’s blocking game, helping lead the way for            TFL, and an interception in the game . . . Returned in-
three ASU players posting over 100 yards in a game .             terception 43 yards to set up a key TD for ASU late in
. . Also helped lead the way for 21 rushing touchdowns,          the game that helped the Red Wolves rally for the vic-
the third most in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Helped           tory . . . Named College Football Performance Awards
the offense to its most yards of total offense (484)             (CFPA) national linebacker of the week for his efforts
against an FBS opponent since the 2007 season as                 against WKU . . . Finished the season with 10 tackles
well.                                                            (6 solo, 4 assisted), one tackle for loss and an inter-
   2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.          ception.
   HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity football letterman               HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman . . .
and three-year varsity basketball letterman . . . Birm-          Played both offense and defense at Class 5A Houston
ingham News First Team All-Metro as a senior . . . Hon-          High School . . . Helped lead Houston to a 7-3 record
orable Mention 5A All-State . . . Caught 34 passes for           as a senior . . . Senior season posted 768 rushing
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                    yards, 152 receiving yards, one interception, 66 tack-
                    les and two sacks . . . Rushed for 152 yards and three
                    touchdowns on 31 carries, while also returning an in-
                                                                                                    BRANDON PARKER
                                                                                                      K 6-0, 185 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                        36
                    terception 55 yards for a touchdown in one of his best                            Coral Springs, Fla.
                    games in 2008 . . . Named All-Metro and All-Region as                             St. Thomas Aquinas H.S.
                    a senior . . . Played in the Liberty Bowl All-Star Game              2009: Competed, but did not record any stats.
                    . . . Timed at 4.65 seconds in the 40-yard dash . . . Av-            2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                    eraged more than seven yards per rush last seaso.                    HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner . . . Helped
                       PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1991 . . . Son of Michael             lead St. Thomas Aquina to a 5A state championship
                    Doss and Ovallie Nelms.                                           with a 15-1 record . . . Made 80-of-84 PAT’s and 7-of-
                                                                                      12 field goal attempts . . . Recorded 54 touchbacks on
                                  DEREK NEWTON
                                   OL 6-5, 305 Sr. (RS) - 1L
                                                                      72              kickoffs . . . Member of Social Justice Club . . . Also re-
                                                                                      cruited by Miami (Ohio), Southern Miss and Northern
                                   Utica, Miss.                                       Illinois.
                                   Hinds (MS) Community College                          PERSONAL: Born Dec. 6, 1989 . . . Son of Jim and
                       2009: Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference selec-               Tammy Parker.
                    tion . . . Received the Gary Withrow Award as the Red
                    Wolves outstanding offensive lineman of the year . . .
                    One of the most consistent players on ASU's offensive
                                                                                                    CODY PRATER
                                                                                                      TE 6-0, 215 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                       44
                    line and the only ASU offensive lineman to start every                            Jonesboro, Ark.
                    game in 2009 . . . Helped lead the way for 21 rushing                             Jonesboro H.S.
                    touchdowns, the third most in the Sun Belt Conference               2009: Played in two games at the fullback position,
                    . . . Paved the way for three different ASU players rush-         recording one rushing attempt for zero yards gained
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                    ing for over 100 yards in at least one game and was               against Mississippi Valley State . . . Received the
                    part of ASU's line that helped the offense to its most            team’s Freshman Academic Excellence Award at the
                    yards of total offense (484) against an FBS opponent              conclusion of 2009 spring camp.
                    since the 2007 season.                                              2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                       2008: Redshirted the 2008 season.                                HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman and
                       HINDS CC: First Team All-State selection at Hinds              starter at linebacker, defensive line and offensive line .
                    Community College . . . Played in the Mississippi Jun-            . . Valley View advanced to state playoffs his senior
                    ior College All-Star Game.                                        season . . . all-conference, Jonesboro Sun Best Under
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Hinds Agricultural High               the Sun and KAIT 8 Super Team as a senior . . . Team
                    School to a 10-0 regular-season record during senior              captain senior season . . . Named team’s Defensive
                    season, earning All-Metro and All-District honors . . .           Player of the year in 2007 . . . Recorded over 100 tack-
                    Named Most Improved Player as a senior as well . . .              les as a senior . . . Graduated with a 4.0 . . . Received
                    Also recruited by North Texas and Troy.                           the Brandon Burlsworth Award . . . Member of NFF and
                       PERSONAL: Born Nov. 16, 1987 . . . Son of Debo-                College Hall of Fame chapter.
                    rah and Stanley Newton.                                             PERSONAL: Born May 23, 1990 . . . Son of Dwain
                                                                                      and Vickie Prater.
                                  TREY OUTLAW
                                   DS 6-0, 240 Jr. (RS) - SQ
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                                   Monticello, Ark.                                                 OL 6-5, 305 Sr. (RS) - 1L
                                   Monticello H.S.                                                  San Bernardino, Calif.
                      2009: Did not compete in any games.                                           San Bernardino Valley College
                      2008: Did not compete in any games.                                2009: Played in 12 games, including 10 as a starter
                      2007: Redshirted the 2007 season.                               at right guard, during his first season at ASU . . . Part
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman at deep snap-                 of the offensive line that led the way for 21 rushing
                    per . . . Monticello advanced to playoffs three years in          touchdowns, the third most in the Sun Belt Conference,
                    a row and was conference champs his senior year . . .             and paved the way for three different ASU players rush-
                    Three-year baseball letterman . . . All-state and all-con-        ing for over 100 yards in at least one game . . . ASU's
                    ference selection in 2007 as a senior . . . Received the          line helped the offense to its most yards of total offense
                    Brandon Burlsworth Award in high school . . Named the             (484) against an FBS opponent since the 2007 season
                    team’s Special Teams Player of the Year . . . Honor Roll          as well.
                    student all four years.                                              2008: Redshirted the 2008 season.
                      PERSONAL: March 28, 1989 . . . Son of Terrell and                  SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY COLLEGE: Two-year
                    Theresa Outlaw . . . Younger brother Kyle Outlaw.                 starter at San Bernadino Valley College . . . Named
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                    2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
Second Team All-Conference as a sophomore.
  HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity football and two-
year varsity track letterwinner at Arroyo Valley High
                                                                               JUSTIN ROBERTSON
                                                                                DE 6-2, 250 Jr. - 1L
                                                                                                                  47
School . . . high school honor roll member . . . Also re-                       Memphis, Tenn.
cruited by Temple and Kansas State.                                             Whitehaven H.S.
  PERSONAL: Born Nov. 28, 1988 . . . Son of Larry                  2009: Played in eight games, recording six tackles .
Prater and Cynthia Armstrong.                                    . . Posted a career-high two tackles in three different
                                                                 games, including Mississippi Valley State, Nebraska
              STEVEN REID                                        and Middle Tennessee . . . Earned scholarship during
            TE 6-4, 240 Fr. - RS                                 spring camp 2009.
            Bentonville, Ark.                                      2008: Walked on at ASU and sat out season.
            Bentonville H.S.                                       2007: Originally signed with Jackson State as an in-
  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.           side linebacker and redshirted season . . . Moved to
  HIGH SCHOOL: Varsity football and basketball let-              rush end before transferring to ASU.
terman at Bentonville High School.                                 HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity football and
  PERSONAL: Born Nov. 16, 1990 . . . Son of Jim and              track and field letterman . . . Team captain senior sea-
Barbara Reid.                                                    son. . . . Averaged 8.0 tackles per game and recorded
                                                                 multiple sacks senior campaign . . . Whitehaven ad-
              JERMAINE ROBERTSON
                RB 5-11, 230 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                43               vanced to playoffs his sophomore season . . . White-
                                                                 haven won state his 11th and 12th grade years in track
                Tuscaloosa, Ala.                                 and field.
                Northridge H.S.                                    PERSONAL: Born Oct. 9, 1989 . . . Son of Angela
   2009: Played in 11 games, rushing 11 times for 51             Walker . . . Younger sister Kayerra Williams.




                                                                                                                              PLAYE R P ROFILES
yards and a touchdown . . . Averaged 4.6 yards per
rush with a long run of 18 yards . . . Recorded a ca-
reer-high seven rushing attempts for 32 yards and one
                                                                               ANTHONY ROBINSON
                                                                                WR 5-7, 175 Sr. - 3L
                                                                                                                   10
touchdown in ASU’s season opener against Mississippi                            Little Rock, Ark.
Valley State . . . Had at least one rushing attempt in                          Little Rock Hall H.S.
three other games, with a high rushing total in those              2009: Played in six games, recording two receptions
outings of 11 yards against Florida Atlantic . . . Also          for 23 yards . . . Caught one pass for 18 yards against
played on special teams, recording five tackles with a           Louisville and his second reception went for five yards
single-game high of two against Nebraska . . . Re-               against Florida Atlantic.
turned one kick off (at Florida Atlantic) for 13 yards.            2008: Played in 11 games in 2008 . . . Caught 12
   2008: Saw action in nine games in 2008 . . . Carried          passes totaling 102 yards for the season . . . Caught
the ball eight times totaling 46 yards for the season . .        two passes, tying his most of the season, against
. Averaged 5.8 yards per rush . . . Also returned one            Southern Mississippi for a total of 45 yards, including
kickoff for 16 yards against Memphis . . . Rushed five           his longest reception of the season at 29 yards . . . Also
times for 32 yards, both career highs, in ASU’s victory          had two receptions against Memphis for 20 yards . . .
over Texas Southern . . . Other three carries all came           Caught at least one pass in six games.
against Alabama when he rushed for 14 yards.                       2007: Played in eight games . . . Did not record any
   2007: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.          stats.
   HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman . . .                  HIGH SCHOOL: All-state and all-metro senior sea-
Rushed for 1,100 yards as a senior for Northridge High           son . . . Gained over 1,400 all-purpose, including 843
School (6A) . . . All-Tuscaloosa News Team selection .           rushing, yards as a senior . . . Graduated with a 3.25
. . 2006 Team Captain . . . 2006 Team Offensive Back             GPA.
MVP . . . 2005 Team Offensive Back MVP . . . 2003                  PERSONAL: Son of LaTaunga Love.
Team Defensive Line MVP . . . Also competed on the                 ROBINSON’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS
Northridge varsity track & field team.                           Yr.          No.      YDS      AVG.       TD          LG
   PERSONAL: Born Apr. 23, 1988 . . . Son of Betty               2007          0         0       0.0        0            0
Robertson.                                                       2008          8       102      12.8        0           29
  ROBERTSON’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS                          2009          2        23      11.5        0           18
Yr.          ATT YDS           AVG.         TD        LG         Totals       10       125      12.5        0           29
2008           8       46       5.8          0        12
2009          11       51       4.6          1        18
Totals        19       97       5.1          1        18


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                                                                                         2007: Did not compete in any games.
                                  DEXTER SAMUEL
                                   TE 6-2, 225 Fr. - RS
                                                                     86                  HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity football letter-
                                                                                       man and starter . . . Team captain as a senior, named
                                   Hampton, Ark.                                       all-district . . . First team All-Gazette . . . honorable men-
                                   Hampton H.S.                                        tion all-state . . . Named team’s Most Outstanding De-
                      2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.             fensive Back as a senior . . . Received the Joe Benes
                      HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity football letter-                 award . . . Honor Roll student all four years . . .
                    man at Hampton High School . . .All-conference selec-              Recorded 67 tackles, two interceptions, one forced
                    tion as a sophomore . . . Team captain . . . Played                fumble on defense senior campaign . . . Tallied 553
                    fullback in high school . . . Advanced to playoffs his 10th        rushing yards with five touchdowns and two receptions
                    grade year . . .Three-year varsity letterman in basket-            for 144 yards and two touchdowns senior season.
                    ball and four-year baseball letterman.                               PERSONAL: Born June 1, 1988 . . . Son of Tracy
                      PERSONAL: Born Feb. 21, 1991 . . . Son of Donald                 Washington and Marvin Shepard.
                    and Pansy Samuel.

                                  CHAZ SCALES                         25                              ANDRE SMITH
                                                                                                      QB/WR 6-1, 215 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                             18
                                    DB 5-9, 170 So. - 1L                                              Killeen, Texas
                                    Franklin, Tenn.                                                   Shoemaker H.S.
                                    Centennial H.S.                                       2009: Played in 11 games, rushing 12 times for 48
                       2009: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman on              yards with a long of 18 . . . Averaged 4.0 yards per rush
                    special teams and as a reserve cornerback . . .                    . . . Completed only pass attempt of the season for 18
                    Recorded 10 tackles (8 solo, 2 assisted) . . . Posted a            yards against Troy.
                                                                                          2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
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                    career-high two tackles in three different games (vs.
                    Florida International, Florida Atlantic, Middle Ten-                  HIGH SCHOOL: Rushed for 682 yards and nine
                    nessee) . . . Posted at least one tackle in seven games.           touchdowns while averaging 5.4 yards per carry as a
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity football letterman               senior . . . Completed 103-of-205 passes (50.2 percent)
                    . . . Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-           for 1,414 yards and nine touchdowns during senior
                    State selection as an athlete in 2008, passing for near            season as well . . . 2007 First Team 13-5A All-District
                    1,200 yards, rushing for 1,200 and accounting for 29               selection . . . Rushed for 215 yards in one game . . .
                    touchdowns . . . As quarterback for Centennial, Scales             Passed for 856 yards and six TD as a junior . . . Also
                    was responsible for approximately 2,400 total yards as             recruited by Tulsa and SMU.
                    a senior . . . Led the Cougars to an 8-4 record and the               PERSONAL: Born Feb. 27, 1990 . . . Son of Malcom
                    second round of the Class 5A state playoffs in 2008 . .            and Wanda Smith.
                    . Named All-County and region’s MVP as a senior . . .
                    Centennial set school records for consecutive victories,
                    points scored and points allowed . . . Recorded five in-
                                                                                                      TIMOTHY STARSON
                                                                                                      DE 6-5, 255 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                                                                                                             91
                    terceptions from his cornerback position . . . Honor Roll                         Fort Smith, Ark.
                    student . . . Also competed in track and basketball at                            Northside H.S.
                    Centennial . . . Has posted a time of 10.79 seconds in               2009: Played in nine games, recording three tackles
                    the 100 meters . . . Also recruited by Air Force, Navy.            and one tackle for loss of one yard . . . Two of his three
                       PERSONAL: Born Oct. 17, 1990 . . . Son of Melvin                tackles and only tackle for loss came in ASU’s season
                    and Gail Scales.                                                   opener against Mississippi Valley State . . . Only other
                                                                                       tackle came in the Florida Atlantic game.
                                  ISAIAH SHEPARD
                                  DB 5-11, 220 Sr. - 2L
                                                                      28                 2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                                                                                         HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman, including one
                                  Akron, Ohio                                          as a starter at Northside High School . . . Recorded 80
                                  Walsh Jesuit H.S.                                    tackles, eight sacks and nine tackles for loss as a sen-
                                                                                       ior . . . Named Outstanding Lineman of the Year and
                      2009: Played in four games, recording three tackles,
                                                                                       Defensive Newcomer of the Year senior season . . .
                    one tackle for loss and one sack of eight yards . . . All
                                                                                       All-State selection.
                    stats came against Mississippi Valley State in ASU’s
                                                                                           PERSONAL: Born June 2, 1989 . . . Son of Tracey
                    season opener . . . Received the team’s Junior Aca-
                                                                                       Starson.
                    demic Excellence award at the conclusion of spring
                    camp 2009.
                      2008: Played in one game (vs. Texas Southern) . . .
                    Recorded three tackles (1 solo, 2 assist).

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               TAYLOR STOCKEMER
                 WR 6-4, 210 So. (RS) - 1L
                                                       2                          CHRIS TOLBERT
                                                                                   OL 6-5, 275 Fr. - RS
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                 Van Buren, Ark.                                                   Birmingham, Ala.
                 Van Buren H.S.                                                    Erwin H.S.
  2009: Played in 11 games, starting twice as a red-                  2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
shirt freshman . . . Emerged as dangerous receiving                   HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman that
threat for the Red Wolves, recording multiple recep-                played on both the offensive and defensive line at
tions in five straight games midway through the sea-                Erwin High School . . . Recorded 150 tackles, 35 tack-
son . . . Caught a career-high four passes for 81 yards             les for loss, 30 sacks, 20 blocked passes, one inter-
against Louisiana-Lafayette . . . Two games later,                  ception, eight fumble recoveries and four touchdowns
posted a career-high 89 receiving yards on two recep-               at the defensive line position . . . All-Area, All-County,
tions . . . 21.7 average yards per reception was the                All-Region and ABC 34/40 Sideline Nominee . . . Mem-
highest on the team . . . Recorded at least one recep-              ber of the National Honor Society . . . Also lettered in
tion in nine games, including the last eight games in a             basketball and track . . . Also recruited by Troy, Middle
row . . . Lone touchdown of the season came at Florida              Tennessee, Southern Miss.
Atlantic . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll . . . Sun           PERSONAL: Born Mar. 29, 1991 . . . Son of Susan
Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll.                                Tolbert.
  2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
  HIGH SCHOOL: Rivals.com Top-15 (No. 12) player
in the state of Arkansas . . . Rivals.com nationally
                                                                                  JONATHAN VICTORIAN
                                                                                   DB 6-0, 185 Jr. - SQ
                                                                                                                     33
ranked top-100 wide receiver (No. 92) . . . Rivals.com                             St. Louis, Mo.
three-star recruit . . . Three-year varsity starter . . .                          Pattonville H.S.




                                                                                                                                 PLAYE R P ROFILES
Holds the Van Buren High School records for single-                   2009: Did not compete in any games.
season receiving yards, career receiving yards (1,661),               2008: Freshman, did not compete in any games.
career receptions (100) and career receiving touch-                   HIGH SCHOOL: Did not play football until his sen-
downs (14) . . . Two-time All-Conference selection . . .            ior season . . . Recorded seven interceptions, seven
All-Nike Combine Team . . . Hooten’s 2007 Preseason                 touchdowns and 50 tackles while playing cornerback
Super Team . . . Two-time Southwest Times Record                    and wide receiver . . . Also played on special teams as
Preseason All-Area Team . . . Named All-State track                 a kickoff and punt returner . . . Named first team all-
and field . . . Finished third in the state in the decathlon        conference and first team all-metro while leading Pat-
event . . . Also recruited by Kansas and Air Force.                 tonville to a 7-3 record . . . Team Captain.
  PERSONAL: Born Oct. 26, 1989 . . . Son of Jevon                     PERSONAL: Born May 13, 1989 . . . Son of Suzette
and Angela Jamieson.                                                and Jonathan Victorian.
STOCKEMER’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS
Yr.
2009
               No.
               16
                       YDS
                       347
                                   AVG.
                                   21.7
                                               TD
                                                1
                                                        LG
                                                         64
                                                                                  JAMES WALKER
                                                                                   RB 5-11, 190 Fr. - RS
                                                                                                                     45
Totals         16      347         21.7         1        64                        Memphis, Tenn.

               NEELY SULLIVENT
               P 6-0, 190 Jr. (RS) - SQ
                                                     15                            Houston H.S.
                                                                      2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                                                                      HIGH SCHOOL: Varsity football letterman at Hous-
               Bauxite, Ark.                                        ton High School . . . Injured for much of senior season,
               Bauxite H.S.                                         but still rushed for eight touchdowns.
  2009: Did not compete in any games . . . Moved from                 PERSONAL: Born Oct. 9, 1990 . . . Son of Asonye
quarterback to punter during ASU’s 2010 spring camp.                and James Walker.
  2008: Did not compete in any games . . . Named
team’s Most Improved Offensive Player at the conclu-
sion of spring practices.
                                                                                  JONATHAN WHITE
                                                                                   WR 5-11, 185 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                                                                       12
  2007: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.                             Franklin, Tenn.
  HIGH SCHOOL: Named All-State as a senior . . .                                   Battle Ground Academy
Hooten’s magazine 2006 3A Arkansas Player of the
                                                                      2009: Played in seven games, recording one recep-
Year . . . Earned all-district honors as both a junior and
                                                                    tion for five yards (vs. Iowa).
senior.
                                                                      2008: Saw limited action in three games in 2008,
  PERSONAL: Born Oct. 18, 1988 . . . Son of Susan
                                                                    recording no stats.
Case.
                                                                      2007: Played in one game . . . Did not record any

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                    stats.
                       2006: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman, two-year
                                                                                                      DORVUS WOODS
                                                                                                        DL 6-3, 265 Jr. (RS) - 2L
                                                                                                                                          92
                    starter at BGA . . . Clocked electronically in the 40-yard                          St. Louis, Mo.
                    dash at 4.35 seconds . . . Named most improved re-                                  Vashon H.S.
                    ceiver at the Ron Zook Florida Gator Football Camp .                  2009: Played in every game, all in a reserve roll . . .
                    . . Team captain as a senior . . . Participated in track            Posted a career-high 23 tackles, the third most on the
                    and field and basketball . . . Honor roll student . . . Also        team among interior defensive linemen . . . Recorded
                    recruited by Virginia, Vanderbilt and Tennessee.                    a career-best 1.5 sacks for a loss of eight yards . . . 4.5
                       PERSONAL: Born Feb. 9, 1988 in Jacksonville, Fla.                tackles for loss were the second most on the team
                    . . . Son of Ray and Jayne White . . . Recruited by Vir-            among interior defensive linemen . . . Recorded a sea-
                    ginia, Vanderbilt and Tennessee.                                    son-high four tackles against Troy, which also matched

                                   MARQUETTE WILLIAMS
                                     DB 5-11, 205 Sr. (RS) - 3L
                                                                           3            his career-high originally set in 2008 as a freshman . .
                                                                                        . Posted multiple tackles in seven games, including four
                                                                                        games with three or more.
                                     West Memphis, Ark.                                   2008: Played in 12 games in 2008 . . . Recorded 14
                                     West Memphis H.S.                                  tackles, including 11 solo tackles for the season . . .
                       2009: Played in 11 games, including the season                   Posted a career-high four tackles against Texas South-
                    opener against Mississippi Valley state in his first ca-            ern . . . Had five tackles for a loss of 15 yards for the
                    reer start . . . Recorded nine tackles, including 0.5 tack-         season, including one sack for a loss of seven yards
                    les for loss of three yards . . . Recorded a season-high            against North Texas . . . Five TFL tied the fourth most
                    two tackles in three different games (vs. MVSU,                     on the team.
                    Louisville, Troy) and registered at least one tackle in               2007: Redshirted and participated on the practice
PLAYE R P ROFILES




                    six outings.                                                        squad.
                       2008: Played in one game . . . Did not record any                  HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman at
                    stats.                                                              Vashon High School . . . Saw limited action on the var-
                       2007: Played in 10 games, all as a reserve . . .                 sity squad as a freshman . . . Posted 98 tackles, four
                    Recorded eight tackles (4 solo, 4 assisted) . . . Tallied           fumble recoveries, five sacks and two interceptions as
                    a career-high five tackles against North Texas . . .                a senior . . . 2006 First Team All-Conference and Sec-
                    Posted three tackles vs. SMU.                                       ond team All-District selection . . . Twice named the
                       2006: Redshirted.                                                Suburban North and Northside Journal Player of the
                       HIGH SCHOOL: Named the State Farm Class                          Week . . . Team Captain as both a junior and senior . .
                    AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year . . . All-state se-              . Named the Team Defensive Player of the Year in 2006
                    lection as a senior and junior by the Associated Press              . . . Junior season received Second Team All-Confer-
                    as well as a member of its Super Team as a senior . .               ence recognition . . . Sophomore season Honorable
                    . Tabbed “Best of Preps” . . . Hooten's Arkansas Foot-              Mention All-Conference selection.
                    ball-State Farm Defensive Player of the Year in                       PERSONAL: Born Feb. 17, 1989 . . . Son of Donna
                    Arkansas . . . Three-year starter at defensive back . . .           Tankins.
                    As a senior, recorded 63 tackles, broke up 16 passes                            WOOD’S CAREER STATISTICS
                    and had three interceptions for the Blue Devils . . .               Yr.           UT      AT     TOT         TFL      SACK
                    Missed four games during his senior year but still                  2008           11      3      14       5.0-15       1.0-7
                    rushed for 1,236-yards on 122 carries with 12 touch-                2009           14      9      23       4.5-19       1.5-8
                    downs and averaged 10 yards per carry . . . rushed                  Totals         25     12      37       9.5-29     2.5-15
                    for 288 yards and three scores on just 16 carries in
                    playoffs vs. Fayetteville . . . Rated as a two-star player
                    by Rivals.com . . . In the preseason was picked as the
                    17th-best player in the state of Arkansas by Rivals.com
                    . . . Rated a 3.0 player on ESPN.com's recruiting web-
                    site . . . Tabbed as an “Unheralded Star” by Hooten's
                    Arkansas Football recruiting annual . . . As a junior
                    rushed for 918-yards and nine touchdowns on just 60
                    carries . . . Recorded four interceptions . . . Timed at
                    4.4-seconds in the 40-yard dash . . . Participated in
                    track and field and basketball.
                       PERSONAL: Born Nov. 26, 1987 . . . Son of Melanie
                    Williams.

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                               2010 ARKANSAS STATE SIGNEES
 Name                       Pos.     Ht.      Wt. Cl. Exp Hometown (previous school)
 Raheim Alford               WR     5-10 175 Fr. HS Warren, Ark. (Warren)
 Blake Chavis                DE      6-5     249 Jr. TR Beaumont, Texas (Navarro (TX) College)
 Brian Davis                 K/P    5-11     160 Fr. HS Brentwood, Tenn. (Brentwood)
 Darron Edwards*             DB     5-11     175 Jr. TR Baltimore, Md. (Butler (KS) CC)
 Darryl Feemster             DB     5-11     185 Jr. TR Reno, Nev. (Los Angeles Harbor College)
 R.J. Fleming                WR     5-10 170 Fr. HS Natchez, Miss. (Trinity Episcopal Day Sch.)
 Dwayne Frampton*            WR      5-9     180 Jr. TR Wilmington, Calif. (Los Angeles Harbor Coll.)
 Grant Gill                  LB      6-1     210 Fr. HS McGehee, Ark. (McGehee)
 Tyler Greve                 OL      6-3     290 Fr. HS Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
 Branton Hall                DB      6-1     195 Fr. HS Lincoln, Ala. (Lincoln)
 Adrian Hills                DB      6-2     185 Jr. TR Oroville, Calif. (Butte College)
 Frankie Jackson             RB      5-9     185 Fr. HS Baton Rouge, La. (Capitol)
 Brandon Joiner*             DE      6-3     255 Jr. TR Killeen, Texas (Navarro (TX) College)
 Qushaun Lee                 LB     5-11     225 Fr. HS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
 Michael Lombardo*           LB      6-0     230 Jr. TR Jupiter, Fla. (College of the Sequoias (CA))
 Earl Lucas                  WR      5-9     157 Fr. HS Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
 Markel Owens                DL      6-2     280 Fr. HS Jackson, Tenn. (Liberty Tech)
 Kenneth Rains               TE      6-4     250 Fr. HS Hot Springs, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
 Alfonzo Simmons             DL      6-0     265 Jr. TR Savannah, Ga. (Butte (CA) College)
 Sirgregory Thornton         RB     5-11     190 Fr. HS Memphis, Tenn. (Germantown)
 Andrew Tryon                DB     5-10 185 Fr. HS Russellville, Ark. (Russellville)
 Bo Wallace                  QB      6-4     195 Fr. HS Pulaski, Tenn. (Giles County)
 Aerion Williams             QB      6-2     205 Fr. HS Gulfport, Miss. (Harrison Central)
 Alan Wright                 OL      6-4     295 Fr. HS Cave City, Ark. (Cave City)
 Sterling Young              DB      6-2     182 Fr. HS Hoover, Ala. (Hoover)
 Bobby Zalud                 K/P     5-8     160 Fr. HS Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon)




                                                                                                                               NEWCOME RS
 *Mid-Term junior college signees that went through spring drills at Arkansas State.


RAHEIM ALFORD
 WR 5-10, 175 Fr. - HS
                                                 80                BRIAN DAVIS
                                                                    K/P 5-11, 160 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                  89
 Warren, Ark.                                                       Brentwood, Tenn.
 Warren H.S.                                                        Brentwood H.S.
Four-year varsity letterman . . . Recorded 68 catches              Tremendous all-around specialist, handling kickoffs,
for 1,005 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2009, while also              punting duties and field goals for Brentwood . . . Dom-
rushing 13 times for 103 yards (7.9 avg.) and two                  inated the Texas Showcase and also won the Alabama
touchdowns . . . Named to the 2009 All-ArkansasVar-                Showcase kicking competitions . . . Performed well in
sity.com team . . . 3-star recruit by ESPN.com . . .               the Kohl’s Kicking competitions . . . Finished the 2009
Ranked as the top athlete in the state of Arkansas and             season 9-of-11 on field goal attempts with a long of 44
No. 104 in the nation by ESPN.com . . . Hootens.com                yards and made 467-of-47 extra points . . . Punted 33
watch list for 2009 State Farm Awards for Class 4A . .             times as a senior, averaging 39.6 yards per punt . . .
. Born Aug. 29, 1992 . . . Son of Deborah Kemp and                 Recorded 14 punts inside the 20 and recorded 52
DeRae Simmons.                                                     touchbacks while handling kickoff duties . . . Senior
                                                                   campaign named all-district while leading Brentwood
BLAKE CHAVIS
 DE 6-5, 249 Jr. - TR
                                                 98                to a district championship and the playoffs . . . No. 52
                                                                   ranked kicker in the nation and No. 2 in the state of
 Beaumont, Texas                                                   Tennessee by ESPN.com . . . Scored a 28 on ACT . . .
 Navarro (TX) Junior College                                       Born Dec. 31, 1991 . . . Son of Greg and Susan Davis.
3-star recruit by Rivals.com . . . Competed the last two
seasons at Navarro College after originally signing with
Texas A&M out of high school . . . Navarro ranked No.
                                                                                 DARRON EDWARDS
                                                                                  DB 5-11, 175 Jr. - TR
                                                                                                                   39
3 in the nation in the final NJCAA poll . . . Played for                          Baltimore, Md.
Beaumont Westrbook High School, where he was an                                   Butler (KS) Community College
all-state and all-district (22-5A) selection . . . Ranked          Mid-Term signee that participated in ASU’s 2010 spring
as the No. 24 defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com            camp . . . 3-star recruit by Rivals.com after posting 43
at the end of high school career . . . Competed in bas-            tackles, four interceptions and 19 pass break-ups with
ketball and helped lead Westbrook to the state cham-               Butler in 2009 . . . The All-Jayhawk Conference per-
pionship . . . Born July 17, 1990 . . . Son of Bill Chavis.        former helped lead Butler to an 8-3 record and No. 10
                                                                   national ranking in the final NJCAA poll . . . Originally
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             from Baltimore, Md., played high school football at Dun-          tions for 1,246 yards and 10 touchdowns as a sopho-
             bar, where he was an all-state, all-metro and all-city se-        more . . . Junior college All-America selection . . . Rated
             lection in both football and basketball . . . Posted 1,267        among top 75 junior college transfers in the nation . . .
             receiving yards and 18 touchdowns, including the                  Averaged 111.8 receiving yards per game and 16.0
             game-winning score in the state championship game,                yards per catch, while also returning a team-high 13
             as a senior . . . Born May 14, 1987 . . . Son of Chastine         punts for 112 yards . . . The Wilmington, Calif. native
             Edwards.                                                          was first team all-state selection at Dorsey High School,

             DARRYL FEEMSTER
              DB 5-11, 185 Jr. - TR
                                                              29               where he hauled in 47 receptions for 989 yards and 10
                                                                               touchdowns as a senior . . . Born May 28, 1989 . . . Son
                                                                               of Darmesha Watkins.
              Reno, Nev.
              Los Angles Harbor College
             Recorded 32 tackles, three interceptions and 12 pass
                                                                               GRANT GILL
                                                                                LB 6-1, 210 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                                48
             break-ups at LA Harbor in 2009, and 40 stops, two                  McGehee, Ark.
             picks and 18 break-ups in 2008 as a freshman . . .                 McGehee H.S.
             Helped lead Los Angeles Harbor to a 9-2 overall record            Three-year varsity letterman . . . Ranked No. 187 ath-
             and the Mountain Conference championship with a 6-                lete in the nation and No. 2 in the state of Arkansas by
             1 league record in 2009 . . . 2009 First Team SCFA All-           ESPN.com . . . Rivals.com Arkansas Natural 21 (No.
             Mountain Conference selection, and first team                     15) . . . Vype.com All-Arkansas Team in 2009 . . .
             all-region . . . Three-year varsity letterman at Hug High         Hootens.com watch list for 2009 State Farm Awards
             School, where he played both quarterback and defen-               for Class 4A . . . All-conference selection in football,
             sive back . . . Helped led team to playoffs senior year .         baseball and track and field . . . Honorable Mention All-
             . . Named First Team All-State and All-Conference as a            State Class 4A . . . Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Super
             defensive back . . . Also lettered in basketball, and was         Sophomore (2007), Top-50 Junior (2008) and Super
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             named first team all-conference . . . Also recruited by           Senior (2009) . . . Arkansas Preps Player of the week
             San Jose State, Oregon, Tulsa and Iowa State . . . Son            (week 2 of 2009 season) . . . USA Army Combine Hon-
             of Darry and Michelle Feemster.                                   orable Mention All-Defense . . . Hooten’s Arkansas

             R.J. FLEMING
              WR 5-10, 170 Fr. - HS
                                                              82               Football Super Sonic Team . . . Also recruited by
                                                                               Arkansas, Tulsa, Ole Miss, Oregon, Louisiana tech and
                                                                               Memphis . . . Born Feb. 10, 1992 . . . Son of Darren Gill
              Natchez, Miss.                                                   and Ann Pugh.
              Trinity Episcopal Day School
             Four-year varsity letterman . . . Helped lead the Trinity
             Episcopal High School football team to the Mississippi
                                                                               TYLER GREVE
                                                                                OL 6-3, 290 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                                 58
             Association of Independent Schools Class A state                   Jonesboro, Ark.
             championship twice . . . Played multiple positions for             Jonesboro H.S.
             the Saints . . . Finished senior season with 1,825 yards          Three-year varsity starter . . . Named first team Class
             and 29 touchdowns rushing, threw for 700 yards and                6A All-State after leading JHS to a 9-2 record as a sen-
             five more touchdowns, and also had 446 receiving                  ior . . . First team all-conference selection . . . Academic
             yards. . . Returned eight punts for a touchdown and               all-conference . . . Played for Nettleton HS in Jones-
             posted seven interceptions . . . Also played cornerback           boro as a sophomore and junior . . . AHSCA Arkansas
             and safety and returned kicks . . . Named All-Metro               High School Coaches Association All-Star Team . . .
             Player of the Year . . . District Offensive MVP . . . All         Best Under the Sun selection by the Jonesboro Sun .
             MAIS First Team running back . . . Also lettered in track         . . Competed in the Arkansas High School All-Star
             and field, baseball and basketball . . . Also recruited by        game . . . Born Nov. 19, 1991 . . . Son of Judy and Mike
             East Carolina and Memphis . . . Born Sept. 24, 1991 .             Grimes.
             . . Son of Eyevette and Fredrick Fleming.

                           DWAYNE FRAMPTON                       9             BRANTON HALL
                                                                                DB 6-1, 195 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                                     8
                           WR 5-9, 180 Jr. - TR                                 Lincoln, Ala.
                           Wilmington, Calif.                                   Lincoln H.S.
                           Los Angeles Harbor College                          Four-year varsity letterman . . . Recorded 52 tackles
             Mid-Term signee that participated in ASU’s 2010 spring            and two interceptions as a senior . . . Named first team
             camp . . . Helped lead Los Angeles Harbor to a 9-2                all-county in 2008 and 2009 . . . All-region team as a
             overall record and the Mountain Conference champi-                junior and senior . . . Led Lincoln to playoffs as both a
             onship with a 6-1 league record in 2009 . . . A first team        junior and senior, advancing to quarterfinals in 2008
             all-conference selection, Frampton posted 78 recep-
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with a final 11-2 record . . . Played defensive end as a           Mention . . . Navarro ranked 3rd in final 2009 poll & won
junior . . . Born Aug. 20, 1991 . . . Son of Ervin and             CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl . . . Finished sophomore
Yvono Hall.                                                        season with 40 tackles (31 solo, 9 assist), eight sacks
                                                                   and five tackles for loss while playing in 10 games . . .
ADRIAN HILLS
 DB 6-2, 185 Jr. - TR
                                                  35               Named to 2008 SWJCFC Football All-Conference . . .
                                                                   As a junior at Killeen Shoemaker Joiner racked up 87
 Oroville, Calif.                                                  tackles, 4 sacks, and an interception, earning all dis-
 Butte (CA) College                                                trict honors . . . Nominated for the All-American Game
Two-time all-conference selection at Butte College who             in 2005 but was not selected to play . . . Honorable
helped the Roadrunners to an undefeated season and                 Mention Class 5A all-state high school football team in
national championship in 2008 . . . Twice named All-               2006 . . . Named a 2006 Top Texas Athlete (No. 64) . .
Nor-Cal Conference and received first team all-region              . Originally signed with Texas A&M out of high school
recognition as a sophomore . . . Recorded 84 tackles,              and redshirted his freshman year . . . Born Apr. 27,
one interception, 6.5 tackles for loss and two fumble              1989.
recoveries last season for a Butte College team that
posted an 8-3 record and defeated Sierra College 22-
15 in the Premier West Bank Bowl . . . As a freshman
                                                                   QUSHAUN LEE
                                                                    LB 5-11, 225 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                    53
in 2008, Hills tallied 87 tackles, three interceptions, two         Prattville, Ala.
sacks and a blocked punt while helping the Roadrun-                 Prattville H.S.
ners to a 12-0 record . . . In addition to the national            First Team All-State selection by Alabama Sports Writ-
championship, Butte also won the Nor-Cal Conference                ers Association in 2009 . . . Named all-county and all-
and was the Northern California champions during Hills'            metro as a senior . . . Posted 85 tackles, 13 tackles for
freshman campaign . . . Hills was a three-year varsity             loss, one sack and a fumble recovery while helping
football letterman at Oroville HS, where he was named              lead the Lions to the 2009 state championship game .




                                                                                                                                NEWCOME RS
all-conference as both a junior and senior . . . 100 tack-         . . Recorded 63 tackles, three tackles for loss, two
les and five interceptions as a senior and posted 100              sacks and two fumble recoveries as a junior during
tackles and four interceptions his junior campaign . . .           Prattville’s state championship run . . . Lettered in bas-
Born Feb. 10, 1989 . . . Son of Tammie Hills.                      ketball . . . Born July 1, 1992 . . . Son of Cynthia Lee.

FRANKIE JACKSON
 RB 5-9, 185 Fr. - HS
                                                     6                           MICHAEL LOMBARDO
                                                                                  LB 6-0, 230 Jr. - TR
                                                                                                                   30
 Baton Rouge, La.                                                                 Jupiter, Fla.
 Capitol H.S.                                                                     College of the Sequoias (CA)
Rushed for 2,545 yards and 34 touchdowns as a sen-                 Mid-term signee who participated in ASU’s 2010 spring
ior . . . Ranked as the No. 121 running back in the na-            camp . . . NCFA Valley All-Conference First Team se-
tion and No. 3 running back in the state of Louisiana              lection and earned the league's defensive MVP award
by ESPN.com . . . 3-star recruit by Rivals.com . . .               in 2009 as a sophomore at COS . . . Posted 59 tackles
Rated as the No. 35 overall player in the state of                 (38 solo, 21 assist), 12.5 tackles for loss, a team-high
Louisiana and the No. 20 all-purpose back in the nation            seven sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble re-
by Rivals.com . . . Ran for 371 yards and five touch-              covery during the Giants' 5-5 campaign in 2009 . . .
downs during one playoff game during 2009 . . . Named              Lombardo, recently named a Nor-Cal First Team All-
First team All-State selection by Louisiana Coaches As-            Combine selection, recorded seven tackles in limited
sociation. . . Won the Warrick Dunn award, issued to               action as a freshman at COS . . . The Jupiter, Fla. na-
the top player in Baton Rouge . . . District MVP and All-          tive led Jupiter Christian School to a 14-1 state cham-
Metro MVP . . . Competed in the US Army Red Stick                  pionship season his senior season while playing both
All-Star Game . . . Selected to play in the Louisiana-             linebacker and tight end . . . Named first team all-state,
Texas Bayou Bowl . . . Named to LouAlso recruited by               first team all-area and first team all-conference after
Memphis, Utah and Tulsa . . . Born July 15, 1991 . . .             posting 131 tackles and nine sacks during his senior
Son of Joyce Jackson.                                              campaign . . . Posted 17 receptions for 360 yards and
                                                                   three touchdowns from his tight end position . . . Fol-
              BRANDON JOINER
              DE 6-3, 255 Jr. - TR
                                                 99                lowing his senior season at Jupiter Christian, Lombardo
                                                                   also competed in the Outback Bowl, an all-star game
              Killeen, Texas                                       for All-Palm Beach County selections . . . Born April 3,
              Navarro (TX) College                                 1990 . . . Son of Michael and Tracy Lombardo.
Mid-term signee that participated in ASU’s 2010 spring
camp . . . 2009 NJCAA All-America Defense Honorable
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                                                                                Butte team that posted a 12-0 record and won the
             EARL LUCAS
              WR 5-9, 157 Fr. - HS
                                                              83                CCCAA, Northern California and Nor-Cal Conference
                                                                                championships . . . Prior to signing with Butte, played
              Prattville, Ala.                                                  for Savannah (Ga.) High School where he was a two-
              Prattville H.S.                                                   time all-conference performer and an all-region choice
             Had 26 receptions for 419 yards and five touchdowns                . . . Also recruited by Eastern Michigan and Washing-
             from his inside slot position for Prattville, Ala. . . . He        ton State . . . Born Sept. 11, 1988 . . . Son of Anthony
             also returned 12 kickoffs for 325 yards . . . Helped lead          Simmons.
             Prattville to the 2009 Class 6A state championship
             game and a 12-3 record . . . Part of Prattville team that
             won the 2008 state championship . . . Also lettered in
                                                                                SIRGREGORY THORNTON
                                                                                 RB 5-11, 190 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                                   27
             basketball and track and field . . . Born Oct. 10, 1991 .           Memphis, Tenn.
             . . Son of Earl and Clara Lucas.                                    Germantown H.S.
                                                                                Three-year varsity letterman . . . Thornton finished his
             MARKEL OWENS
              DL 6-2, 280 Fr. - HS
                                                              94                senior season with 1,456 yards and 15 touchdowns in
                                                                                11 games, averaging 8.3 yards per carry. . . As a junior
              Jackson, Tenn.                                                    he ran for 1,119 yards and 14 touchdowns while aver-
              Liberty Tech H.S.                                                 aging 7.0 yards per carry. . . Thornton was the tailback
             Three-time all-district selection, including first team            in the Red Devils’ wishbone - moved to a slot position
             honors in 2008 and 2009 . . . Named District MVP in                in passing sets and also returned kickoffs . . . Named
             2009 and also all-state selection . . . Senior campaign            all-region and all-metro in 2008 and 2009 . . . Named
             finished with 68 tackles and six sacks . . . As a junior,          team’s Offensive MVP and region Offensive MVP as a
             posted 63 tackles and 22 tackles for loss . . . Sopho-             senior . . . 2009 preseason all-state selection . . . 3-star
             more season recorded 49 tackles, eight sacks, two                  recruit by ESPN.com . . . Ranked No. 110 running back
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             forced fumbles and one fumble recovery . . . Born Feb.             in the nation and No. 1 in the state of Tennessee by
             26, 1992 . . . Son of Chermaine Owens.                             ESPN.com . . . Competed in track and field . . . Also re-
                                                                                cruited by Wake Forest, Memphis, Southern Missis-
             KENNETH RAINS
              TE 6-4, 250 Fr. - HS
                                                               87               sippi and Louisiana Tech . . . Born Oct. 22, 1992 . . .
                                                                                Son of Teresa Thornton.
              Hot Springs, Ark.
              Lake Hamilton H.S.
             Three-year varsity letterman . . . Played both ways as
                                                                                ANDREW TRYON
                                                                                 DB 5-10, 185 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                                      2
             a tight end and defensive lineman for Lake Hamilton                 Russellville, Ark.
             High School. . . Finished the 2009 season with 51 tack-             Russellville H.S.
             les, five sacks, eight tackles for loss, one fumble re-            Four-year varsity starter . . . Lettered one season at
             coveries despite playing with a broken bone in his foot            Russellville High School after moving from Morrilton. .
             . . . Helped lead Lake Hamilton to state championship              . Competed in the 2010 Arkansas High School All-Star
             as a junior . . . 2008 stats included 53 tackles, seven            Game . . . Set a season and career record with 10 in-
             sacks, one interception and four fumble recoveries . . .           terceptions his senior year, which also included one
             2009 all-state selection . . . Named all-conference as             pick returned for a touchdown . . . Also tallied 101 tack-
             both a junior and senior . . . 2010 Arkansas All-Star              les, 14 pass break-ups, four blocked kicks, a fumble
             Team . . . 2008 and 2009 All-Garland County . . . Three-           recovery for a 72-yard touchdown and 14 kick returns
             year all-conference soccer selection . . . Also recruited          that included one returned for a 95 yard touchdown in
             by Louisiana Tech . . .Born May 27, 1992 . . . Son of              2009 . . . Named all-state and all-conference as a sen-
             Ken and Nancy Rains.                                               ior . . . 2009 All-Arkansas Preseason Team . . . 2010
                                                                                KARV Dream Team . . . 2009 Cyclone Defensive Player
             ALFONZO SIMMONS
              DL 6-0, 265 Jr. - TR
                                                                51              of the Year . . . Named Tri-County Defensive Player of
                                                                                the Year as a senior . . . Academic all-conference
              Savannah, Ga.                                                     choice as a sophomore . . . Born May 8, 1992 . . . Son
              Butte (CA) College                                                of Tammi Tryon.
             Butte College Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 . .
             . Named First Team All-Nor-Cal Conference . . .
             Recorded eight sacks in 2009, the fifth most in the con-
                                                                                BO WALLACE
                                                                                QB 6-4, 195 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                                    14
             ference, and 12 tackles for loss . . . Helped lead the             Pulaski, Tenn.
             Roadrunners to the 2009 Premier West Bank Bowl                     Giles County H.S.
             championship . . . Part of 2008 national championship              He led the Giles County High School football team to a

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Class 4A state title and a 14-game winning streak. . . As           Played both ways for the Cave City Cavemen. . . Wright
a senior Wallace had a 70-percent completion rate,                  had 89 pancake blocks and 38 knockdowns as a sen-
3,287 yards passing, 37 passing touchdowns, and 47                  ior for Cave City . . . Career stats include 243 pancakes,
total scores. He also had 4,195 total yards, breaking a             11 sacks, 36 tackles for loss, seven forced fumbles, six
state record. . . Wallace also ranked in the top five in            fumble recoveries, eight pass break-ups and 163 tack-
state history in total touchdowns (2nd), passing touch-             les . . . In addition to football, lettered in baseball in
downs (T-3rd), and passing yardage (5th). . . Wallace               2007 and track and field 2007-10 . . . Also recruited by
earned The Tennesseean's All-Midstate Football Player               Ole Miss . . . Born May 11, 1992 . . . Son of Robby and
of the Year award, and he was also one of 11 Ten-                   Beverly Wright.
nessee Titans Mr. Football honorees. . . Senior season
was named Region 12-4A MVP and was the MVP of
the 4A state championship game . . . Also in 2009,
                                                                    STERLING YOUNG
                                                                     DB 6-2, 182 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                          1
named Super All-State, Tennesseean State Player of                   Hoover, Ala.
the Year, Tennesseean Dream Team member . . . Fin-                   Hoover H.S.
ished his career with 8,778 yards of total offense and              Four-year varsity letterman . . . Recorded 68 tackles,
6,395 passing yards, which rank fifth and seventh all-              four interceptions and two touchdowns as a senior in
time in the state, respectively . . . Junior season was the         2009 . . . Recorded a season-high two interceptions in
Region 5-3A Offensive Player of the Year, 3A All-State              one game and a season-best 13 tackles in another . .
selection, Hazelgreen 7-on-7 MVP, an Army All-Amer-                 . Posted a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown
ica Combine participant and an EA Sports Elite 11 par-              and 50-yard interception return for a touchdown in two
ticipant . . . Completed 99-of-164 passing attempts for             different games . . . Named to the All-Metro Alabama
1,243 yards and 12 touchdowns, while also rushing 153               Team . . . Defensive Player of the Week . . . Varsity bas-
times for 1,139 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2008 . . .               ketball letterman . . . Also recruited by UAB and Auburn
Sophomore season was the Region 5-3A Quarterback                    . . . Born Feb. 27, 1992 . . . Son of Debra Young-Wright




                                                                                                                                 NEWCOME RS
of the Year and an all-state selection, completing 100-             and Clifford Young.
of-170 passing attempts for 1,696 yards and 15 touch-
downs . . . Also ran 81 times for 353 yards and three
touchdowns as a sophomore . . . Freshman year was
                                                                    BOBBY ZALUD
                                                                     K/P 5-8, 160 Fr. - HS
                                                                                                                    88
the National Underclassmen Combine Freshman MVP                      Carlsbad, Calif.
and Ultimate 100 participant . . . Born June 23, 1992 .              La Costa Canyon H.S.
. . Son of Bill and Trina Wallace.                                  Three-year varsity letterman . . . 3-star recruit by

AERION WILLIAMS
 QB 6-2, 205 Fr. - HS
                                                    13              ESPN.com . . . Ranked the No. 21 best kicker in the
                                                                    nation and No. 3 in California by ESPN.com . . . 2008
                                                                    and 2009 All-CIF San Diego Section First Team kicker
 Gulfport, Miss.                                                    . . . 2008 and 2009 Palomar League Kicker of the Year
 Harrison Central H.S.                                              . . . 2009 North County Times All-League Kicker of the
Three-year varsity letterman . . . Led the Harrison Cen-            Year . . . All-San Diego Section Preseason Football
tral High School football team the Region 4-6A team to              Team . . . Helped lead LCC to the 2009 San Diego Av-
a 9-3 record. . . He ran for 1,513 yards and 14 touch-              ocado League championship . . . Helped lead the team
downs while throwing for 1,070 and six touchdowns as                to the 2008 California State San Diego Section Divi-
a senior . . . Williams was the Region 4-6A offensive               sion 1 CIF championship . . . Zalud made 9-of-10 field
MVP and also made the Sun Herald newspaper’s All-                   goals at the Kohl's California Showcase and won the
South Mississippi team . . . Finished his high school ca-           kickoff competition at Kohl's National Camp with over a
reer with over 3,000 passing yards and 2,100 rushing                75-yard average . . . Also finished the Kohl’s National
yards . . . Harrison County Player of the Year . . . Mem-           Camp ranked 10th in the field goal competition . . .
ber of the Mississippi All-Star team . . . Class 6A Of-             Scholar athlete 2007-10 . . . Also played freshman soc-
fensive Player of the Year in 2009 . . . Also competed              cer and was a starter on the La Costa Canyon’s well-
in basketball . . . Born Oct. 29, 1991 . . . Son of Alex and        respected varsity baseball team.
Errie Williams.

ALAN WRIGHT
 OL 6-4, 295 Fr. - HS
                                                  69
 Cave City, Ark.
 Cave City H.S.
Three-year varsity letterman . . . 2009 all-state selection
. . . Named all-conference in both 2007 and 2008 . . .
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                                                                                              2009 RESULTS
                                                        RECORD: 4-8       SBC: 3-5 HOME: 3-2 AWAY: 1-6 NEUTRAL: 0-0
                                DATE                                    OPPONENT                                      W/L                 SCORE              ATTENDANCE
                                September 05, 2009. . . . . . . . . MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE ......W . . . . . . . . . 61-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,056
                                September 12, 2009. . . . . . . . . at Nebraska ...................................L . . . . . . . . . 9-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85,035
                                September 26, 2009. . . . . . . . . TROY* ...........................................L . . . . . . . . . 27-30 . . . . . . . . . . . . 23,641
                                October 3, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . at #13 Iowa Hawkeyes ..................L . . . . . . . . . 21-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . 67,989
                                October 13, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . at Louisiana-Monroe* ....................L . . . . . . . . . 10-16 . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,378
                                October 24, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL* .......W . . . . . . . . 27-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,779
                                October 31, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . at Louisville....................................L . . . . . . . . . 13-21 . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,497
                                November 07, 2009 . . . . . . . . . LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE*.............L . . . . . . . . . 18-21 . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,215
                                November 14, 2009 . . . . . . . . . at Florida Atlantic* .........................L . . . . . . . . . 18-35 . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,218
                                November 21, 2009 . . . . . . . . . at Middle Tennessee* ....................L . . . . . . . . . 14-38. . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,111
                                November 28, 2009 . . . . . . . . . NORTH TEXAS*...........................W . . . . . . . . 30-26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,754
                                December 03, 2009 . . . . . . . . . at Western Kentucky* ...................W . . . . . . . . 24-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,513
                                                                            *denotes Sun Belt Conference Game
                                                                                                 RUSHING
2009 RESULTS AN D STATISTICS




                               Name                               GP           Att.          Gain            Loss             Net           Avg.           TD            Long            Avg./G
                               Reggie Arnold . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . 168. . . . . 766 . . . . . 43 . . . . . 723 . . . . . 4.3 . . . . 12 . . . . . . 26. . . . . . 60.2
                               Ryan Aplin . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . 64 . . . . . 355. . . . . 102 . . . . . 253 . . . . . 4.0. . . . . 4 . . . . . . 47. . . . . . 28.1
                               Derek Lawson . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . 56 . . . . . 254 . . . . . 10 . . . . . 244 . . . . . 4.4. . . . . 2 . . . . . . 26. . . . . . 20.3
                               Corey Leonard . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . 72 . . . . . 346. . . . . 172 . . . . . 174 . . . . . 2.4. . . . . 0 . . . . . . 23. . . . . . 19.3
                               Don Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . 24 . . . . . 151. . . . . . 2 . . . . . . 149 . . . . . 6.2. . . . . 2 . . . . . . 44. . . . . . 14.9
                               Jermaine Robertson . . . . 11 . . . . 11. . . . . . 51 . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 51 . . . . . 4.6. . . . . 1 . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . 4.6
                               Andre Smith. . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . 12. . . . . . 50 . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . 46 . . . . . 3.8. . . . . 0 . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . 4.2
                               Taylor Clements. . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 32 . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 32 . . . . . 32.0 . . . . 0 . . . . . . 32 . . . . . . 2.7
                               Ryan Wilbourn. . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . 5.0. . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . 0.4
                               J. McLennan . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1.0. . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 0.1
                               Jeff Blake. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0.0. . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . 0.0
                               Cody Prater . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0.0. . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . 0.0
                               Brandon Thompkins . . . . 12 . . . . . 2. . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . 6. . . . . . . -1 . . . . . -0.5 . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . -0.1
                               L. Henderson . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . 1. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . -1 . . . . . . -1 . . . . . -1.0 . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . -0.3
                               TEAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . 13 . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 53. . . . . . -53. . . . . -4.1 . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . -5.9
                               ASU                                 12          428           2016             393            1623            3.8           21              47             135.2
                               Opponents                           12          418           1785             321            1464            3.5           15              36             122.0
                                                                                               RECEIVING
                               Name                                 GP               No.              Yds.                  Avg.                 TD                  Long                Avg./G
                               Brandon Thompkins . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 47 . . . . . . 598 . . . . . . . 12.7 . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . 59 . . . . . . . . 49.8
                               Taylor Clements . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 28 . . . . . . 363 . . . . . . . 13.0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 35 . . . . . . . . 30.2
                               Trevor Gillott . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . 283 . . . . . . . 11.8 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 50 . . . . . . . . 23.6
                               Reggie Arnold . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . 112 . . . . . . . . 6.2. . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . 9.3
                               J. McLennan . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . 168 . . . . . . . . 9.9. . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . . 14.0
                               T. Stockemer. . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . 347 . . . . . . . 21.7 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 64 . . . . . . . . 31.5
                               Don Jones. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . 146 . . . . . . . 12.2 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 47 . . . . . . . . 14.6
                               Kedric Murry . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . 109 . . . . . . . 15.6 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 43 . . . . . . . . 9.1
                               Allen Muse . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . 57 . . . . . . . . 9.5. . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 21 . . . . . . . . 5.2
                               Derek Lawson. . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . 50 . . . . . . . . 8.3. . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . . . 4.2
                               Jeff Blake . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . 48 . . . . . . . . 8.0. . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . . . 4.0
                               A. Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . 23 . . . . . . . . 11.5 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . . . 3.8
                               Michael Adams . . . . . . . . . 8 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . 10.0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . 1.2
                               Jonathan White . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . . 5.0. . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . 0.7
                               J.T. Jordan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . 4.0. . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . 0.7
                               ASU                                  12               192              2323                  12.1                 10                    64                 193.6
                               Opponents                            12               222              2622                  11.8                 19                    80                 218.5

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                                                       TOTAL OFFENSE
Name                                  G                    Plays                   Rush                    Pass                 Total                  Avg./G
Corey Leonard . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . . . . 283. . . . . . . . . . 174 . . . . . . . . 1416 . . . . . . . 1590 . . . . . . . . 176.7
Ryan Aplin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . . . . 182. . . . . . . . . . 253 . . . . . . . . . 889 . . . . . . . 1142 . . . . . . . . 126.9
Reggie Arnold . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . 168. . . . . . . . . . 723 . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 723 . . . . . . . . . 60.2
Derek Lawson. . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . 56 . . . . . . . . . . 244 . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 244 . . . . . . . . . 20.3
Don Jones. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . . . . 149 . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 149 . . . . . . . . . 14.9
Andre Smith . . . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . 13. . . . . . . . . . . 46 . . . . . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . . . . 64 . . . . . . . . . . 5.8
Jermaine Robertson . . . . . 11. . . . . . . . . . . 11. . . . . . . . . . . 51 . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 51 . . . . . . . . . . 4.6
Taylor Clements . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 32 . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 32 . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
Ryan Wilbourn . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . . . . 0.4
J. McLennan . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 0.1
L. Henderson . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . -1. . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . -1 . . . . . . . . . . -0.3
Brandon Thompkins . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . -1. . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . -1 . . . . . . . . . . -0.1
TEAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . . . . -53 . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . -53 . . . . . . . . . . -5.9
ASU                                  12                      758                    1623                   2323                 3946                    328.8
Opponents                            12                      784                    1464                   2622                 4086                    340.5
                                                                 PASSING
Name                    GP            Effic.           Att-Comp-Int                 Pct             Yds              TD              Long             Avg./G
Corey Leonard . . . 9. . . . . 115.66 . . . . . 114-211-6. . . . . . 54.0 . . . . 1416. . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . 59. . . . . . . 157.3
Ryan Aplin. . . . . . . 9. . . . . 126.76 . . . . . 77-118-6 . . . . . . 65.3 . . . . . 889 . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . 64 . . . . . . . 98.8
Andre Smith . . . . . 11 . . . . 251.20. . . . . . . 1-1-0. . . . . . . . 100. . . . . . 18. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 18. . . . . . . . 1.6
ASU                      12          120.04             192-330-12                 58.2             2323              10               64              193.6
Opponents                12          133.59              222-366-8                 60.7             2622              19               80              218.5




                                                                                                                                                                2009 STATISTICS
                                                          ALL-PURPOSE
Name                             G             Rush                Rec                  PR              KOR                IR           Tot.          Avg./G
Brandon Thompkins . . 12 . . . . . . . -1 . . . . . . . . 598 . . . . . . . 29 . . . . . . 790. . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 1416 . . . . 118.0
Reggie Arnold . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . 723 . . . . . . . 112 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 835 . . . . . 69.6
Taylor Clements . . . . . 12. . . . . . . 32. . . . . . . . 363 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 395 . . . . . 32.9
T. Stockemer . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 347 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 347 . . . . . 31.5
Don Jones. . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . 149 . . . . . . . 146 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 295 . . . . . 29.5
Derek Lawson . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . 244. . . . . . . . 50 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 294 . . . . . 24.5
Trevor Gillott . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 283 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 283 . . . . . 23.6
J. McLennan . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 168 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 88 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 257 . . . . . 21.4
Ryan Aplin . . . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . 253 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 253 . . . . . 28.1
Daylan Walker. . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 212 . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 212 . . . . . 17.7
Corey Leonard . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . 174 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 174 . . . . . 19.3
Kedric Murry . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 109 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 109. . . . . . 9.1
Demario Davis . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 75 . . . . . 75 . . . . . . 6.2
Kelcie McCray. . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 69 . . . . . 69 . . . . . . 5.8
Jermaine Robertson . . 11 . . . . . . . 51. . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 64 . . . . . . 5.8
Marcus Brown . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 62 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 62 . . . . . . 5.6
Allen Muse . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . 57 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 57 . . . . . . 5.2
Jeff Blake . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . 48 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 6. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 54 . . . . . . 4.5
Andre Smith . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 46. . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 46 . . . . . . 4.2
Nick Nelms . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 43 . . . . . 43 . . . . . . 4.3
M.D. Jennings . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 36 . . . . . 36 . . . . . . 3.3
A. Robinson . . . . . . . . . 6. . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . 23 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 23 . . . . . . 3.8
L. Henderson . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . -1 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 20 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 19 . . . . . . 6.3
Greg Smith . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . 1.3
Michael Adams. . . . . . . 8. . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . 1.2
Jonathan White . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . 0.7
Ryan Wilbourn . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . 0.4
J.T. Jordan . . . . . . . . . . 6. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . 0.7
TEAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . . . . . . . -53 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . -53. . . . . . -5.9
ASU                             12              1623              2323                 254               979              223           5402           450.2
Opponents                       12              1464              2622                 147               944               95           5272           439.3
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                                                                                  SCORING
                                                                                                             PATs
                  Name                                TD           FG             Kick         Rush          Rcv.           Pass          DXP              Saf Points
                  Reggie Arnold . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 72
                  Josh Arauco . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . 14-17 . . . . 27-31 . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 69
                  Ryan Aplin . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-1. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 26
                  Brandon Thompkins. . . . . 4 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 24
                  Don Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 18
                  Derek Lawson . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 12
                  T. Stockemer . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  J.T. Jordan . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  Jermaine Robertson. . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  Trevor Gillott . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  Jeff Blake . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  Demario Davis . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  J. McLennan . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  Alex Carrington . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 6
                  Ryan Wilbourn . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 0-0. . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 3
                  ASU                                 33         15-19           27-31           1-1           0             0-1            0               0           272
                  Opponents                           36         10-17           33-35           0-1           0             0-0            0               0           279
                                                                                    PUNTING
                  Name                           No.              Yds.              Avg.             Long               TB              FC             I20            Blkd.
                  Ryan Wilbourn . . . . . . 53. . . . . . 2240 . . . . . . 42.3 . . . . . . . 65 . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . 0
                  ASU                             53              2240               42.3             65                 7               2             13                0
2009 STATISTICS




                  Opponents                       65              2523               38.8             57                 4              11             14                1
                                                                                  KICKOFFS
                  Name                           No.              Yds.              Avg.              TB                OB            Retn            Net             YdLn
                  Ryan Wilbourn . . . . . . 49. . . . . . 3033 . . . . . . 61.9. . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . 0
                  Brandon Parker. . . . . . 10 . . . . . . 586 . . . . . . . 58.6. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 2
                  ASU                             59              3619               61.3              5                 2             18.2           43.6              26
                  Opponents                       57              3418               60.0              7                 1             20.8           40.3              29
                                                                             FIELD GOALS
                  Name                          FGM-FGA Pct. 01-19                             20-29 30-39                 40-49        50-99            Long           Blk.
                  Josh Arauco . . . . . . . . . 14-17. . . . . 82.4 . . . 1-1 . . . . . 7-9 . . . . 5-6 . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 42 . . . . . 1
                  Ryan Wilbourn . . . . . . . . 1-2. . . . . . 50.0 . . . 0-0 . . . . . 0-0 . . . . 0-0 . . . . . 1-1 . . . . . 0-1 . . . . . 49 . . . . . 0
                  Totals                           15-19             78.9          1-1           7-9         5-6             2-2          0-1              49             1

                          KICKOFF RETURNS                                                                    PUNT RETURNS
                  Name                       No. Yds. Avg. TD Long                                Name                      No. Yds. Avg. TD Long
                  Brandon Thompkins 35 . . . 790 . . 22.6 . . 0 . . . . 65                        Daylan Walker. . . . . 25 . . . 212 . . . 8.5 . . . 0 . . . . 32
                  J. McLennan . . . . . . 5 . . . . 88 . . . 17.6 . . 0 . . . . 20                Brandon Thompkins. 2 . . . . 29 . . . 14.5 . . 0 . . . . 29
                  Marcus Brown . . . . . 2 . . . . 62 . . . 31.0 . . 0 . . . . 43                 Greg Smith. . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 13 . . . 13.0 . . 0 . . . . 13
                  Jeff Blake . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 6 . . . . 6.0 . . . 0 . . . . 6          TEAM. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 0 . . . . 0.0 . . . 0 . . . . 0
                  Graham Bates . . . . . 1 . . . . 0 . . . . 0.0 . . . 0 . . . . 0                Taylor Clements . . . . 1 . . . . 0 . . . . 0.0 . . . 0 . . . . 2
                  Michael Adams . . . . 1 . . . . 0 . . . . 0.0 . . . 0 . . . . 0                 ASU                        30 254 8.5                     0        32
                  Jermaine Robertson 1 . . . . 13 . . . 13.0 . . 0 . . . . 13                     Opponents                  31 147 4.7                     0        17
                  L. Henderson . . . . . . 1 . . . . 20 . . . 20.0 . . 0 . . . . 20                         INTERCEPTIONS
                  ASU                         47 979 20.8 0                           65          Name                      No. Yds. Avg. TD Long
                  Opponents                   52 944 18.2 0                           40          Kelcie McCray . . . . . 4 . . . . 69 . . . 17.2 . .0 . . . . 31
                          FUMBLE RETURNS                                                          Nick Nelms. . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 43 . . . 43.0 . .0 . . . . 43
                  Name                       No. Yds. Avg. TD Long                                Demario Davis . . . . . 1 . . . . 75 . . . 75.0 . .1 . . . . 75
                  Alex Carrington . . . . 1 . . . . 27 . . . 27.0 . . 1 . . . . 27                Daylan Walker . . . . . 1 . . . . 0 . . . . 0.0 . . .0 . . . . 0
                  Kelcie McCray . . . . . 1 . . . . 14 . . . 14.0 . . 0 . . . . 14                M.D. Jennings . . . . . 1 . . . . 36 . . . 36.0 . .0 . . . . 36
                  ASU                          2        41 20.5 1                     27          ASU                         8       223 27.9 1                     75
                  Opponents                    1        42         42        1        31          Opponents                  12        95         7.9       1        25


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  FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE
                                                                    2009 SEASON STATISTICS
Game             Arkansas State Opponents                  Team Statistics              ASU            OPP
MVSU                     -                  -              Scoring                       272            279
Nebraska               (42)             (26),54            Points Per Game               22.7           23.2
Troy                (27),(31)      (44),(37),(21),40       First Downs                   208            225
Iowa                    26              28,(20)            Rushing                       101             89
ULM                    (49)             (20),22            Passing                        91            118
FIU               (26),38,(32)            (36)             Penalty                        16             18
Louisville          (24),(21)            36,30             Rushing Yardage              1623           1464
ULL                    (36)                 -              Yards Gained Rushing         2016           1785
FAU            (35),(19),(22),(21)          -              Yards Lost Rushing            393            321
MTSU                    25                (39)             Rushing Attempts              428            418
North Texas            (33)                37              Average Per Rush               3.8            3.5
Western Kentucky     (27),51           (34),(34)           Average Per Game             135.2          122.0
   Numbers in parentheses indicate field goal was made.    Touchdowns Rushing             21             15
                                                           Passing Yardage              2323           2622
                                                           Att-Comp-Int             330-192-12      366-222-8
                                                           Average Per Pass               7.0            7.2
                                                           Average Per Catch             12.1           11.8
                                                           Average Per Game             193.6          218.5
                                                           Touchdowns Passing             10             19
                                                           Total Offense                3946           4086
                                                           Total Plays                   758            784




                                                                                                                  2009 STATISTICS
                                                           Average Per Play               5.2            5.2
                                                           Average Per Game             328.8          340.5
                                                           Kick Returns: #-Yards      47-979          52-944
                                                           Punt Returns: #-Yards       30-254         31-147
                                                           Int. Returns: #-Yards       8-223           12-95
                                                           Kick Return Average           20.8           18.2
                                                           Punt Return Average            8.5            4.7
                                                           Int. Return Average           27.9            7.9
                                                           Fumbles-Lost                27-12           25-11
                                                           Penalties-Yards            91-721          75-591
                                                           Average Per Game              60.1           49.2
                                                           Punts-Yards                53-2240        65-2523
             Brandon Thompkins                             Average Per Punt              42.3           38.8
                                                           Net Punt Average              36.8           33.7
                                                           Time of PossessioN/Game 29:48               30:02
                                                           Third Down Conversions      48/144         69/171
                                                           Third Down Percentage        33%             40%
                                                           Fourth Down Conversions       8/18           7/12
                                                           Fourth Down Percentage       44%             58%
                                                           Sacks By-Yards             22-155          31-229
                                                           Miscellaneous Yards             0              2
                                                           Touchdowns Scored              33             36
                                                           Field Goals-Attempts        15-19           10-17
                                                           On-Side Kicks                 0-1            0-0
                                                           Red-Zone Scores          39-49 (80%)    29-38 (76%)
                                                           Red-Zone Touchdowns 26-49 (53%)         21-38 (55%)
                                                           PAT-Attempts             27-31 (87%)    33-35 (94%)
                                                           Attendance                  88445          228741
                                                           Games/Average Per Game 5/17689            7/32677
                                                           Neutral Site Games            0/0             0/0
                                                           Score By Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd           4th Total
                                                           Arkansas State        57 65        65   85       272
             M.D. Jennings                                 Opponents             51 89        58   87       285

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                                                      DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                         (--------------Tackles -------------) (-Sacks-) (------ Pass Defense -------) (--- Fumbles ---) Blkd
                  Name              GP    Solo Ast. Total TFL/Yds. No-Yds. Int.-Yds. BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick                                   Saf
                  Demario Davis     12     51        29 80          8.0-37       3.0-27      1-75       1        0           0      3      0     0
                  M.D. Jennings     11     37        27 64           0.5-1          0        1-36       6        0          3-0     0      0     0
                  Kelcie McCray     12     36        22 58          4.5-11          0        4-69       4        0         3-14     1      0     0
                  Javon McKinnon     9     33        20 53           0.5-0          0          0        0        0           0      1      0     0
                  Daylan Walker     12     40        11 51          4.0-11          0         1-0       7        0           0      0      0     0
                  Marcus Brown      11     29        21 50           2.5-4          0          0         5       0           0      1      0     0
                  C. Mingo          10     24        19 43           1.0-2          0          0         1       0          1-0     0      0     0
                  Alex Carrington   12     28        13 41         14.5-72       9.0-60        0        0        2         1-27     1      1     0
                  Nathan Herrold    10      19       22 41           1.5-8        1.0-8        0         1       0           0      0      0     0
                  Greg Hardy        11     15        20 35             0            0          0         0       0          1-0     0      0     0
                  Bryan Hall        11     15        15 30          9.0-22       2.5-10        0         0       1          1-0     1      1     0
                  Stanley Wakwe     12     12        17 29          2.0-14       1.0-12        0        0        0           0      2      0     0
                  J. Kilcrease      12     17        12 29           2.0-2          0          0        1        0           0      1      0     0
                  Khari Mays        12     15        10 25           2.0-2          0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Dorvus Woods      12     14         9    23       4.5-19        1.5-8        0        2        0          1-0     0      1     0
                  Jeremy Gibson     12     19        3     22       6.0-23       3.0-19        0        0        0           0      1      0     0
                  Greg Smith        10     15         4    19          0            0          0         1       0           0      0      1     0
                  Tausean Holmes    11     10         5    15          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Nick Nelms        10      6         4    10        1.0-1          0        1-43        0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Chaz Scales       12      8         2    10          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Greg McCall       11      4         6    10        1.0-9        1.0-9        0        0        0           0      0      0     0
                  Graham Bates      12      6         4    10          0            0          0         1       0           0      0      0     0
                  M. Williams       11      4        5      9        0.5-3          0          0        0        0           0      0      0     0
2009 STATISTICS




                  Walter Moody       7      2         5     7          0            0          0         1       0           0      0      0     0
                  Elroy Brown        6       6        0     6          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Jus. Robertson     8      1         5     6          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Jeff Blake        12      4         2     6          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Jer. Robertson    11      4         1     5          0            0          0         0       0           0      1      0     0
                  Michael Adams      8      1         3     4          0            0          0        0        0           0      0      0     0
                  Adam Gaston       10      2         1     3          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Isaiah Shepard     4      1         2     3        1.0-8        1.0-8        0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Tim Starson        9      1         2     3        1.0-1          0          0         0       1           0      0      0     0
                  Alex Kautai        4      0         2     2          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Najel Byrd         5      1         1     2          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  J. McLennan       12      2         0     2          0            0          0        0        0           0      0      0     0
                  Ryan Aplin         9      2         0     2          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Eric Allen         9      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Jordan Cooper      1      0         1     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Marcus Adams       3      0         1     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Allen Muse        11      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  B. Thompkins      12      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Trevor Gillott    12      1         0     1          0            0          0        0        0           0      0      0     0
                  Austin Taylor      1      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  James Walker       1      0         1     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Evan Van Dolah     1      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Kedric Murry      12      0         1     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Corey Leonard      9      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Reggie Arnold     12      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  Jonathan White     7      1         0     1          0            0          0         0       0           0      0      0     0
                  ASU               12     493 328 821              67-250       22-155     8-223       31       4        11-41    12      4     0
                  Opponents         12     469 326 795              70-310       31-229     12-95       30      17        12-42    11      4     0


                                    2009 SINGLE GAME DEFENSIVE SUPERLATIVES
                    Most Total Tackles 14           Demario Davis at Western Kentucky (Dec. 3)
                    Most Sacks         4.0          Alex Carrington at Western Kentucky (Dec. 3)
                    Tackles for Loss   5.0          Alex Carrington at Western Kentucky (Dec. 3)
                    Interceptions       1           5 players, 8 games


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      INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS                                            OPP INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes            23    Reggie Arnold vs. FIU (Oct. 24)                Rushes            27    Frank Goodin at ULM (Oct. 13)
                  23    Reggie Arnold vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)        Yards Rushing    126    Lance Dunbar vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
Yards Rushing    126    Reggie Arnold vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)               TD Rushes          2    Darius Ashley at Louisville (Oct. 31)
TD Rushes          4    Reggie Arnold vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                                  2    Chris Masson vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 07)
Long Rush         47    Ryan Aplin at FAU (Nov. 14)                                       2    Alfred Morris at FAU (Nov. 14)
Pass Attempts     41    Corey Leonard at Louisville (Oct. 31)          Long Rush         36    Lance Dunbar vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
Pass Completions 23     Corey Leonard at Louisville (Oct. 31)          Pass Attempts     46    Levi Brown vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Yards Passing    303    Corey Leonard at Louisville (Oct. 31)          Pass Completions 33     Levi Brown vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
TD Passes          2    Corey Leonard at Iowa (Oct. 03)                Yards Passing    355    Levi Brown vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Long Pass         64    Ryan Aplin vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 07)          TD Passes          4    Zac Lee at Nebraska (Sep. 12)
Receptions         8    B. Thompkins at Iowa (Oct. 03)                                    4    Dwight Dasher at MTSU (Nov. 21)
Yards Receiving   91    B. Thompkins vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)         Long Pass         80    Dwight Dasher at MTSU (Nov. 21)
TD Receptions      1    Don Jones vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                   Receptions        10    Tebiarus Gill vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
                   1    B. Thompkins vs. Troy (Sep. 26)                Yards Receiving 121     Marvin McNutt at Iowa (Oct. 03)
                   1    B. Thompkins at Iowa (Oct. 03)                 TD Receptions      2    Mike McNeil at Nebraska (Sep. 12)
                   1    Trevor Gillott at Iowa (Oct. 03)                                  2    Marvin McNutt at Iowa (Oct. 03)
                   1    B. Thompkins at ULM (Oct. 13)                  Long Reception    80    D.D. Kyles at MTSU (Nov. 21)
                   1    Jeff Blake vs. FIU (Oct. 24)                   Field Goals        3    Sam Glusman vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
                   1    B. Thompkins at Louisville (Oct. 31)           Long Field Goal   44    Sam Glusman vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
                   1    T. Stockemer at FAU (Nov. 14)                  Punts             10    Carlos Sanchez MVSU (Sep. 05)
                   1    J. McLennan at MTSU (Nov. 21)                  Punting Avg      42.7   Alex Henery at Nebraska (Sep. 12)
                   1    J.T. Jordan at WKU (Dec. 03)                   Long Punt         57    W. Atterberry vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
Long Reception    64    T. Stockemer vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 07)        Long Punt Return 17     Louis Lee vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 07)
Field Goals        4    Josh Arauco at FAU (Nov. 14)                   Long Kick Return 40     T.Y. Hilton vs. FIU (Oct. 24)
Long Field Goal   49    Ryan Wilbourn at ULM (Oct. 13)                                   40    Desmond Gee vs. MTSU (Nov. 21)
Punts              7    Ryan Wilbourn at MTSU (Nov. 21)                Tackles           14    Cardia Jackson at ULM (Oct. 13)




                                                                                                                                         2009 STATISTICS
Punting Avg      48.0   Ryan Wilbourn vs. FIU (Oct. 24)                                  14    Marcus Bartels at FAU (Nov. 14)
Long Punt         65    Ryan Wilbourn at ULM (Oct. 13)                 Sacks             2.0   A. Clayborn at Iowa (Oct. 03)
Long Punt Return 32     Daylan Walker vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                                 2.0   Troy Evans at ULM (Oct. 13)
Long Kick Return 65     B. Thompkins vs. Troy (Sep. 26)                                  2.0   Armond Willis vs. FIU (Oct. 24)
Tackles           14    Demario Davis at WKU (Dec. 03)                 Tackles For Loss 3.0    Kevin Cyrille at FAU (Nov. 14)
Sacks             4.0   Alex Carrington at WKU (Dec. 03)                                 3.0   John Shorter vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
Tackles For Loss 5.0    Alex Carrington at WKU (Dec. 03)               Interceptions      1    Tyler Sash at Iowa (Oct. 03)
Interceptions      1    Daylan Walker at Iowa (Oct. 03)                                   1    Nate Brown at ULM (Oct. 13)
                   1    Demario Davis at Iowa (Oct. 03)                                   1    James Truxillo at ULM (Oct. 13)
                                                                                          1    Chuck Grace vs. FIU (Oct. 24)
                   1    Kelcie McCray at ULM (Oct. 13)
                                                                                          1    Chaz Thompson at Louisville (Oct. 31)
                   1    Kelcie McCray vs. FIU (Oct. 24)
                                                                                          1    Brandon Heath at Louisville (Oct. 31)
                   1    Kelcie McCray at Louisville (Oct. 31)
                                                                                          1    Lance Kelley vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 7)
                   1    M.D. Jennings at MTSU (Nov. 21)
                                                                                          1    Gerren Blount vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 7)
                   1    Kelcie McCray vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
                                                                                          1    Marcus Udell at MTSU (Nov. 21)
                   1    Nick Nelms at WKU (Dec. 03)
                                                                                          1    John Shorter vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
            TEAM GAME HIGHS                                                   OPP TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes                     53    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Rushes                    46     at WKU (Dec. 03)
Yards Rushing            358     vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Yards Rushing           176      at Louisville (Oct. 31)
Yards Per Rush            6.8    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Yards Per Rush           5.4     vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
TD Rushes                   8    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    TD Rushes                  3     vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 07)
Pass Attempts             41     at Louisville (Oct. 31)               Pass Attempts            49      vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Pass Completions          23     at Louisville (Oct. 31)               Pass Completions         34      vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Yards Passing            303     at Louisville (Oct. 31)               Yards Passing           373      vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Yards Per Pass            9.9    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Yards Per Pass          11.0     at Iowa (Oct. 3)
TD Passes                   2    at Iowa (Oct. 03)                     TD Passes                  4     at Nebraska (Sep. 12)
Total Plays               74     vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)                                        4     at MTSU (Nov. 21)
Total Offense            496     vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Total Plays              86      vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Yards Per Play            7.4    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Total Offense           507      vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Points                     61    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                    Yards Per Play           7.2     at Nebraska (Sep. 12)
Sacks By                    8    at WKU (Dec. 03)                      Points                    38     at Nebraska (Sep. 12)
First Downs                26    vs. MVSU (Sep. 05)                                              38     at MTSU (Nov. 21)
Penalties                 16     at ULM (Oct. 13)                      Sacks By                   5     at ULM (Oct. 13)
                                                                       First Downs               29     vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Penalty Yards            118     at MTSU (Nov. 21)
                                                                       Penalties                 11     vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
Turnovers                   3    vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
                                                                       Penalty Yards            83      at MTSU (Nov. 21)
                            3    at ULM (Oct. 13)
                                                                       Turnovers                  3     vs. Troy (Sep. 26)
                            3    vs. UL Lafayette (Nov. 07)
                                                                                                  3     at Western Kentucky (Dec. 3)
                            3    vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
                                                                       Interceptions By           3     vs. North Texas (Nov. 28)
Interceptions By            2    at Iowa (Oct. 3)

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                                       2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                      GAME 1                                                          GAME 2
                                        SEPTEMBER 5, 2010                                            SEPTEMBER 12, 2010
                                        ASU STADIUM: 21,056                                          MEMORIAL STADIUM: 85,035
                                        ASU 61, MVSU 0                                               No. 18 Nebraska 38, ASU 9
                                        JONESBORO, Ark. (9/5/09) – Sen-                              LINCOLN, Neb. (09/12/09) - The
                                        ior tailback Reggie Arnold rushed                            Arkansas State Red Wolves
                                        for 126 yards and four touchdowns                            slipped to 1-1 on the season with
                                                                                   Kelcie McCray
                                        and senior quarterback Corey                                 a 38-9 loss to the 18th-ranked Ne-
                   Leonard became the Arkansas State all-time yardage             braska Cornhuskers before a Memorial Stadium crowd
                   leader as the Red Wolves rolled to 61-0 victory over           of 85,035 in Lincoln. The attendance was the fifth-
                   the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils in the season        largest crowd to ever witness an Arkansas State foot-
                   opener at ASU Stadium.                                         ball game.

                    Score by Quarters       1 2 3 4             Score              Score by Quarters         1 2 3 4             Score
                    Arkansas State         20 20 14 7             61               Arkansas State             0 6 0 3               9
                    Mississippi Valley St. 0 0 0 0                 0               Nebraska                 14 10 7 7               38
                    Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP                         Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP
                    ASU       1 09:38 Arnold 3 run         8-55 3:29               UN        1 09:38 Legate 3 rec.          8-80 3:20
                    ASU       1 04:16 Arnold 20 run 6-51 3:00                      UN        1 01:15 McNeill 13 rec. 11-80 5:20
                    ASU       1 00:26 Jones 25 rec. 6-53 2:07                      UN        2 13:59 Niles 30 run           3-46 0:51
                    ASU       2 07:16 Lawson 15 run 4-35 1:37                      ASU       2 05:30 Arnold 1 run           6-32 3:12
                    ASU       2 05:24 Arnold 26 run 1-26 0:30                      UN        2 00:09 Henery 26 FG 11-58 5:14
2009 GAME RECAPS




                    ASU       2 03:55 Jones 12 run         3-23 1:09               UN        3 09:47 McNeill 32 rec. 4-67 1:36
                    ASU       3 13:41 Arnold 2 run         3-61 1:12               ASU       4 12:05 Arauco 42 FG 8-39 2:39
                    ASU       3 08:38 Aplin 1 run          6-26 2:33               UN        4 08:14 Niles 2 rec.           7-66 3:44
                    ASU       4 14:56 Robertson 2 run 10-87 5:17                                   TEAM STATISTICS
                                    TEAM STATISTICS                                                                 ASU            UN
                                                   ASU         MVSU                First Downs                        15           27
                    First Downs                      26            5               Net yards rushing                 143          136
                    Net yards rushing               358           30               Net yards passing                 131          358
                    Net yards passing               138           39                  Passes Comp-Att-Int         11-20-0       30-41-0
                       Passes Comp-Att-Int        9-14-0       6-16-0              Total Net Yards                   274          494
                    Total Net Yards                 496           69               Fumbles: Number-Lost              2-1           0-0
                    Fumbles: Number-Lost            1-1          3-2               Penalties: Number-Yards          3-20
                    Penalties: Number-Yards        7-52         4-29               Possession Time                  28:22        31:38
                    Possession Time                31:22        26:46              Third Down Conversions          2 of 10      8 of 13
                    Third Down Conversions         3 of 7      0 of 12             Sacks By: Number-Yards           2-16          4-33
                    Sacks By: Number-Yards         4-29          0-0                            INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                                 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                             RUSHING: ASU-Arnold, Reggie 14-83; Lawson,
                    RUSHING: MVSU-HARGRETT,Johey 10-22;                            Derek 9-37; Leonard, Corey 11-22; Jones, Don 2-9;
                    WATKINS,Chris 11-17; SANCHEZ,Carlos 1-16;                      TEAM 2-minus 8. Nebraska-Helu Jr., Roy 14-60;
                    GASTON,Milton 1-5; ROBERTS,Paul 5-minus 30.                    Paul, Niles 1-30; Burkhead, Rex 3-18; Lee, Zac 7-
                    ASU-Arnold, Reggie 12-126; Jones, Don 9-84; Law-               11; Ward, Lester 1-8; Green, Cody 1-7; Jones,
                    son, Derek 12-76; Robertson, Jer. 7-32; Smith,                 Austin 1-2. PASSING: ASU-Leonard, Corey 11-20-
                    Andre 3-28; Aplin, Ryan 3-10; Leonard, Corey 1-7;              0-131. Nebraska-Lee, Zac 27-35-0-340; Green,
                    McLennan, J. 1-1; Prater, Cody 1-0; Blake, Jeff 1-0;           Cody 3-6-0-18. RECEIVING: ASU-McLennan, J. 7-
                    TEAM 3-minus 6. PASSING: MVSU-                                 69; Murry, Kedric 1-43; Gillott, Trevor 1-9; Lawson,
                    ROBERTS,Paul 6-16-0-39. ASU-Leonard, Corey 8-                  Derek 1-8; Clements, T. 1-2. Nebraska-Paul, Niles 6-
                    13-0-129; Aplin, Ryan 1-1-0-9. RECEIVING:                      69; Holt,Menelik 5-40; McNeill, Mike 4-57; Helu Jr.,
                    MVSU-COX,Paul 3-15; STARGELL,Bran. 2-21;                       Roy 4-44; Brooks, Chris 2-30; Gilleylen, C. 1-43;
                    ROBERT,Stephen 1-3. ASU-Thompkins, B. 2-65;                    Young, Dreu 1-27; Burkhead, Rex 1-11; Reed, Kyler
                    Jones, Don 2-26; McLennan, J. 2-25; Gillott, Trevor            1-9; Cotton, Ben 1-7; Hill, Ryan 1-7; Cooper, Khiry 1-
                    1-9; Blake, Jeff 1-7; Muse, Allen 1-6. INTERCEP-               6; Kinnie, Brandon 1-5; Legate, Tyler 1-3. INTER-
                    TIONS: MVSU-None. ASU-None. FUMBLES:                           CEPTIONS:         ASU-None.          Nebraska-None.
                    MVSU-HUDNALL,Tris. 2-1; HARGRETT,Johey 1-1.                    FUMBLES: ASU-TEAM 1-0; McLennan, J. 1-1. Ne-
                    ASU-TEAM 1-1.                                                  braska-None.

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                    2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                     GAME 3                                                           GAME 4
                     SEPTEMBER 26, 2010                                              OCTOBER 3, 2010
                     ASU STADIUM: 23,641                                             KINNICK STADIUM: 67,989
                     TROY 30, ASU 27                                                 No. 13 Iowa 24, ASU 21
                     JONESBORO, Ark. (09/26/09) –                                    IOWA CITY, IA (10/3/09) – A late
                     Troy wide receiver Cornelius                                    ASU rally fell short No. 13 Iowa
                     Williams hauled in an 8-yard                Bryan Hall          held on for a 24-21 victory at Kin-
 Demario Davis
                     touchdown pass from quarterback                                 nick Stadium. Trailing 24-14 with
Levi Brown with 7:53 to play for the go-ahead score,            10 minutes remaining, ASU cut the lead to 24-21on a
and the Trojans kept the ball away from A-State over            4-yard touchdown pass from Corey Leonard to Trevor
the final 5:52 to secure a 30-27 victory in the Sun Belt        Gillott with 2:01 to play, but time ran out on ASU as
Conference opener for both teams at ASU Stadium.                Iowa held on for the win.

 Score by Quarters         1 2 3 4            Score              Score by Quarters         1 2 3 4           Score
 Arkansas State           10 0 14 3             27               Arkansas State            0 7 0 14             21
 Troy                      3 17 3 7             30               Iowa                     14 0 7 3              24
 Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP                          Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP
 ASU       1 11:56 Arauco 27 FG 7-25 3:04
 ASU       1 07:12 Arnold 1 run         5-67 2:05                Iowa      1 12:16 Stross 33 rec. 5-72 2:44
 Troy      1 03:05 Glusman 44 FG 10-51 4:02                      Iowa      1 06:55 McNutt 41 rec. 7-63 3:49
 Troy      2 14:19 Gill 6 rec.          6-42 1:26                ASU       2 00:44 Thompkins 12 rec. 9-89 3:59
 Troy      2 04:31 Glusman 37 FG 12-47 5:13                      Iowa      3 13:16 McNutt 43 rec. 2-44 0:43
 Troy      2 00:45 Harris 9 run         7-67 1:54                ASU       4 14:41 Davis 75 int. ret. -            -




                                                                                                                           2009 GAME RECAPS
 Troy      3 13:02 Glusman 21 FG 6-19 1:00                       Iowa      4 10:00 Murray 20 FG 8-56 4:41
 ASU       3 07:14 Arnold 1 run         11-61 5:39               ASU       4 2:01 Gillott 4 rec.        17-68 7:59
 ASU       3 05:24 Thompkins 58 rec. 1-58 0:09
 ASU       4 12:17 Arauco 31 FG 4-(-5) 1:21                                       TEAM STATISTICS
 Troy      4 07:53 Williams 8 rec. 5-25 2:05                                                     ASU          Iowa
                  TEAM STATISTICS                                First Downs                       17           18
                                 ASU           Troy              Net yards rushing                 80          124
 First Downs                       13           29               Net yards passing                216          296
 Net yards rushing                 70          134                  Passes Comp-Att-Int         22-40-1     18-27-2
 Net yards passing                235          373               Total Net Yards                  296          420
     Passes Comp-Att-Int        15-27-0      34-49-0
 Total Net Yards                  305          507               Fumbles: Number-Lost             4-1          0-0
 Fumbles: Number-Lost             4-3          3-3               Penalties: Number-Yards         3-37         4-35
 Penalties: Number-Yards         7-48         11-72              Possession Time                 28:21       31:39
 Possession Time                 25:36        34:24              Third Down Conversions         7 of 14     6 of 14
 Third Down Conversions          2 of 9      8 of 17             Sacks By: Number-Yards           0-0         2-12
 Sacks By: Number-Yards           1-1          2-12                           INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
              INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                              RUSHING: ASU-Arnold, Reggie 10-42; Jones, Don
 RUSHING: TROY-Harris, DuJuan 13-48; South-
 ward, S. 9-38; Brown, Levi 3-15; Jernigan, J. 4-12;             4-19; Leonard, Corey 5-7; Wilbourn, Ryan 1-5; Law-
 Parker, D. 4-10; Bruce, Jason 1-9; Reeves, Chip 1-              son, Derek 3-4; Smith, Andre 2-3. Iowa-Wegher,
 6; TEAM 1-minus 2; Greer, Maurice 1-minus 2. ASU-               Brandon 11-49; Robinson, Adam 14-38; Chaney, Jr.,
 Arnold, Reggie 12-32; Jones, Don 2-14; Smith,                   P. 1-20; Stanzi, Ricky 6-19; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASS-
 Andre 1-8; Aplin, Ryan 1-7; Lawson, Derek 4-7;                  ING: ASU-Leonard, Corey 22- 40-1-216. Iowa-
 Leonard, Corey 5-2. PASSING: TROY-Brown, Levi                   Stanzi, Ricky 18-26-2-296; McNutt, Marvin 0-1-0-0.
 33-46-0-355; Bruce, Jason 0-1-0-0; Jernigan, J. 0-1-            RECEIVING: ASU-Thompkins, B. 8-76; Clements,
 0-0; Parker, D. 1-1-0-18. ASU-Leonard, Corey 12-
 24-0-190; Aplin, Ryan 2-2-0-27; Smith, Andre                    T. 4-69; Gillott, Trevor 4-42; Muse, Allen 2-21;
 1-1-0-18. RECEIVING: TROY-Gill, Tebiarus 10-85;                 Arnold, Reggie 2-2; White, Jonathan 1-5; Jones,
 Marcum, Zack 6-75; Reeves, Chip 4-51; Jernigan,                 Don 1-1. Iowa-McNutt, Marvin 4-121; Stross, Trey
 J. 4-45; Harris, DuJuan 4-30; Bruce, Jason 2-34;                4-64; Reisner, Allen 3-27; Davis, Keenan 2-34;
 Williams, C. 2-28; Southward, S. 1-16; Davis, An-               Wegher, Brandon 2-12; Robinson, Adam 2-11; JK-
 drew 1-9. ASU-Thompkins, B. 4-82; Clements, T. 4-               oulianos, D. 1-27. INTERCEPTIONS: ASU-Davis,
 36; Gillott, Trevor 2-60; Muse, Allen 2-24;                     Demario 1-75; Walker, Daylan 1-0. Iowa Hawkeyes-
 Stockemer, T. 1-21; Jones, Don 1-7; Arnold, Reggie
 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: TROY-None. ASU-None.                        Sash, Tyler 1-13. FUMBLES: ASUThompkins, B. 1-
 FUMBLES: TROY-Williams, C. 1-1; Bray, Justin 1-                 0; Jones, Don 1-1; Leonard, Corey 1-0; Walker,
 1; Southward, S. 1-1. ASU-Clements, T. 1-1; Jones,              Daylan 1-0. Iowa-None.
 Don 1-1; Gillott, Trevor 1-0; Thompkins, B. 1-1.

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                                     GAME 5                                                        GAME 6
                                       OCTOBER 13, 2010                                            OCTOBER 24, 2010
                                       MALONE STADIUM: 14,378                                      ASU STADIUM: 18,779
                                       ULM 16, ASU 10                                              ASU 27, FLORIDA INT’L 10
                                       MONROE, La. (10/13/09) -Down                                JONESBORO, Ark. (10/24/09) -
                                       16-0 at the half, Arkansas State                            Corey Leonard rushed for 120
                                       rallied to within 20 yards of the                           yards and passed for 149 yards
                                                                                 Derek Lawson
                                       tying touchdown with less than a                            and a touchdown to lead A-State
                   minute to play but the Red Wolves came up short as           to a 27-10 Sun Belt Conference victory over the FIU
                   Louisiana-Monroe held on for a 16-10 Sun Belt Con-           Golden Panthers at ASU Stadium. Leonard's rushing
                   ference victory on a Tuesday night at a rainy Malone         yards were a career high, helping the Red Wolves out-
                   Stadium.                                                     gain the Golden Panthers 430-223 yards on the night.

                    Score by Quarters         1 2 3 4           Score            Score by Quarters        1 2 3 4                Score
                    Arkansas State            0 0 10 0            10             Arkansas State           7 0 10 10                27
                    Louisiana-Monroe         10 6 0 0             16             Florida International    0 0 3 7                  10
                    Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP                       Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP
                    ULM       1 14:04 Sapp 48 rec.         2-55 0:56             ASU       1 06:22 Blake 5 rec.          11-60 6:32
                    ULM       1 01:45 Jabour 20 FG          4-6 1:23             ASU       3 11:54 Lawson 5 run 7-75 3:00
                                                                                 ASU       3 01:44 Arauco 26 FG 7-58 2:44
                    ULM       2 04:34 Goodin 1 run         6-53 2:15
                                                                                 FIU       3 00:15 Rivest 36 FG           8-41 1:21
                    ASU       3 10:58 Thompkins 14 rec. 10-61 4:02
                                                                                 FIU       4 08:25 Perry 2 run            8-79 2:45
                    ASU       3 02:32 Wilbourn 49 FG 9-26 4:08
2009 GAME RECAPS




                                                                                 ASU       4 06:08 Arnold 14 run 1-14 0:03
                                    TEAM STATISTICS                              ASU       4 01:05 Arauco 32 FG 8-32 3:07
                                                    ASU         ULM                               TEAM STATISTICS
                    First Downs                       18          14                                             ASU              FIU
                    Net yards rushing                 29         124             First Downs                      22               11
                    Net yards passing                234         150             Net yards rushing               276               32
                       Passes Comp-Att-Int        20-39-2      8-17-1            Net yards passing               154              191
                    Total Net Yards                  263         274                Passes Comp-Att-Int        14-22-1         18-34-1
                    Fumbles: Number-Lost             3-1         4-0             Total Net Yards                 430              223
                    Penalties: Number-Yards        16-105       5-51             Fumbles: Number-Lost             3-1             4-1
                    Possession Time                 30:10      29:50             Penalties: Number-Yards         9-72           10-63
                    Third Down Conversions         7 of 15     5 of 13           Possession Time                35:33           24:27
                                                                                 Third Down Conversions         4 of 13         4 of 15
                    Sacks By: Number-Yards           0-0        5-43
                                                                                 Sacks By: Number-Yards          3-23            2-13
                                INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                                                                                              INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                    RUSHING: ASU-Arnold, Reggie 14-45; Lawson,                   RUSHING: FIU-Perry,Darriet 8-18; Berry,Kendall 4-
                    Derek 2-9; Thompkins, B. 1-5; Smith, Andre 2-2;              17; Owens,Daunte 3-8; Younger,Wayne 3-2; TEAM
                    Leonard, Corey 15-minus 32. ULM-Goodin, Frank                1-minus 1; McCall,Paul 6-minus 12. ASULeonard,
                    27-97; Lovett, Rodney 6-27; Ambrose, Luther 1-9;             Corey 15-120; Arnold, Reggie 23-104; Clements, T.
                    Revell, Trey 4-9; Wells, Cody 1-5; TEAM 2-minus              1-32; Lawson, Derek 4-16; Aplin, Ryan 3-4; Smith,
                    23. PASSING: ASU-Leonard, Corey 20-39-2-234.                 Andre 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 3. PASSING: FIU-Mc-
                    ULM-Wells, Cody 5-9-0-67; Revell, Trey 3-8-1-83.             Call,Paul 17-31-1-173; Younger,Wayne 1-3-0-18.
                    RECEIVING: ASUThompkins, B. 5-90; Arnold, Reg-               ASULeonard, Corey 12-18-0-149; Aplin, Ryan 2-4-1-
                    gie 4-20; Gillott, Trevor 3-54; Stockemer, T. 2-22;          5. RECEIVING: FIUFrierson, Jason 3-48;
                    Jones, Don 2-19; Clements, T. 2-15; McLennan, J.             Berry,Kendall 3-25; Perry,Darriet 3-24; Hilton, T.Y. 3-
                    1-8; Muse, Allen 1-6. ULM-Ambrose, Luther 3-42;              24; Ellingson,Greg 2-42; Faucher,Jon 2-9;
                    McNeal, Darrell 2-39; Sapp, LaGregory 1-48;                  Times,Wayne 1-12; Anderson,Colt 1-7. ASU-Stock-
                                                                                 emer, T. 4-81; Thompkins, B. 3-20; Murry, Kedric 2-
                    McCoy, J.J. 1-21; Jordan, Alvin 1-0. INTERCEP-
                                                                                 22; Clements, T. 2-21; Blake, Jeff 1-5; Gillott, Trevor
                    TIONS: ASU-McCray, Kelcie 1-10. ULM-Truxillo,
                                                                                 1-3; Jones, Don 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: FIU-
                    James 1-1; Brown, Nate 1-0. FUMBLES:                         Grace,Chuck 1-0. ASU-McCray, Kelcie 1-31. FUM-
                    ASULeonard, Corey 2-1; Thompkins, B. 1-0. ULM-               BLES: FIU-McCall,Paul 2-0; Hilton, T.Y. 1-1;
                    TEAM 1-0; McNeal, Darrell 1-0; Goodin, Frank 1-0;            Younger,Wayne 1-0. ASU-Leonard, Corey 3-1.
                    Ambrose, Luther 1-0.

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                     2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                    GAME 7                                                            GAME 8
                     OCTOBER 31, 2010                                                 NOVEMBER 7, 2010
                     PAPA JOHN’S STADIUM: 21,479                                      ASU STADIUM: 16,215
                     LOUISVILLE 21, ASU 13                                            UL LAFAYETTE 21, ASU 18
                     LOUISVILLE, Ky. (10/31/09) - ASU                                 JONESBORO, Ark. (11/7/09) -
                     rallied to within eight points, but                              Facing a 21-3 deficit, freshman
                     couldn’t punch the ball into the end                             quarterback Ryan Aplin came off
  Javon McKinnon                                                   Josh Arauco
                     zone on its final drive as Louisville                            the bench in the third quarter to
held on for a 21-13 victory. Josh Arauco put the Red              rally Arkansas State to within 21-18, but a late inter-
Wolves within eight points when he booted a 21-yard               ception by Louisiana-Lafayette's Lance Kelley ended
field goal with 7:47 remaining, but ASU came up 14                ASU's final drive and the Ragin' Cajuns held on for the
yards short of the tying score on its final drive.                21-18 Sun Belt Conference victory at ASU Stadium.

 Score by Quarters          1 2 3 4          Score                 Score by Quarters          1 2 3 4              Score
 Arkansas State             0 3 7 3            13                  Arkansas State             0 3 0 15               18
 Louisville                 7 7 7 0            21                  Louisiana-Lafayette        7 7 7 0                21
 Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP                            Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP
 Louisville 1 05:34 Ashley 26 run 8-65 4:06                        ULL        1 08:11 Gautier 1 run 10-56 4:25
 ASU        2 14:11 Arauco 24 FG 12-63 6:23                        ULL        2 03:07 Masson 7 run 8-51 3:24
                                                                   ASU        2 00:29 Arauco 36 FG 5-31 2:30
 Louisville 2 05:57 Heath 25 INT ret -            -
                                                                   ULL        3 05:48 Masson 2 run 6-20 2:00
 Louisville 3 08:23 Ashley 1 run        10-64 4:20
                                                                   ASU        4 12:39 Arnold 2 run            16-68 5:02
 ASU        3 01:14 Thompkins 4 rec 6-51 3:03




                                                                                                                             2009 GAME RECAPS
                                                                   ASU        4 10:10 Arnold 5 run             2-69 0:45
 ASU        4 07:47 Arauco 21 FG 11-76 4:39                                          TEAM STATISTICS
                   TEAM STATISTICS                                                                   ASU            ULL
                                 ASU          UL                   First Downs                         12            25
 First Downs                       18          21                  Net yards rushing                   57           147
 Net yards rushing                 45         176                  Net yards passing                  182           229
 Net yards passing                303         232                      Passes Comp-Att-Int         11-24-2        28-40-0
    Passes Comp-Att-Int         23-41-2     20-40-1                Total Net Yards                    239           376
 Total Net Yards                  348         408                  Fumbles: Number-Lost               4-1           2-2
 Fumbles: Number-Lost             0-0         0-0                  Penalties: Number-Yards           8-70          7-55
 Penalties: Number-Yards         3-30        9-63                  Possession Time                  24:22          35:38
 Possession Time                 29:28       30:32                 Third Down Conversions           0 of 10       10 of 16
                                                                   Sacks By: Number-Yards             0-0          3-22
 Third Down Conversions         4 of 13     9 of 19
                                                                                  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
 Sacks By: Number-Yards           2-11       3-23
                                                                   RUSHING: UL-Walker, Yobes 12-51; Miller, Marlin
               INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                               11-33; Masson, Chris 7-30; Hill, Pierre 1-17; Joseph,
 RUSHING: Arkansas State-Arnold, Reggie 10-22;                     Andrew 1-12; McCullough, Gef 1-9; Lawson, Javone
 Leonard, Corey 9-18; Jones, Don 3-5; Lawson,                      1-3; TEAM 2-0; Dupre, Matt 1-minus 1; Gautier,
 Derek 2-1; TEAM 1-minus 1. LOUISVILLE-POW-                        Blaine 2-minus 7. ASU-Arnold, Reggie 10-38;
 ELL, Bilal 17-93; ASHLEY, Darius 13-77; STEIN, Will               Leonard, Corey 6-25; Aplin, Ryan 6-7; Lawson,
 6-8; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASSING: Arkansas State-                     Derek 2-7; Robertson, Jer. 1-5; Jones, Don 2-0;
 Leonard, Corey 23-41-2-303. LOUISVILLE-STEIN,                     TEAM 1-minus 25. PASSING: UL-Masson, Chris
 Will 20-39-1-232; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING:                        28-40-0-229. Arkansas State-Aplin, Ryan 8-14-1-
 Arkansas State-Thompkins, B. 7-49; Jones, Don 3-                  147; Leonard, Corey 3-10-1-35. RECEIVING: UL-
 78; Lawson, Derek 3-29; Arnold, Reggie 3-27;                      Miller, Marlin 8-36; Joseph, Andrew 5-60; Aubrey,
 Clements, T. 3-23; Stockemer, T. 2-76; Robinson, A.               Luke 4-33; Hill, Pierre 3-27; Lee, Louis 3-21; Law-
 1-18; Gillott, Trevor 1-3. LOUISVILLE-LONG, Scott                 son, Javone 2-28; Wolfe, Vernon 2-11; Falgout,
                                                                   Richie 1-13. ASUClements, T. 4-55; Stockemer, T.
 6-46; BEAUMONT, Doug 5-35; GUY, Trent 4-61;
                                                                   2-89; Gillott, Trevor 2-19; Blake, Jeff 1-8; McLennan,
 GRAHAM, Cameron 3-59; POWELL, Bilal 2-31. IN-
                                                                   J. 1-6; Thompkins, B. 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: UL-
 TERCEPTIONS: Arkansas State-McCray, Kelcie 1-                     Blount, Gerren 1-21; Kelley, Lance 1-0. ASU-None.
 0. LOUISVILLE - HEATH,Brandon 1-25;                               FUMBLES: UL-Gautier, Blaine 1-1; Miller, Marlin 1-
 THOMPSON, Chaz 1-0. FUMBLES: Arkansas                             1. ASU-Aplin, Ryan 2-0; Leonard, Corey 1-1; TEAM
 State-None. LOUISVILLE-None.                                      1-0.

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                                        GAME 9                                                             GAME 10
                                          NOVEMBER 14, 2010                                                 NOVEMBER 21, 2010
                                          LOCKHART STADIUM: 16,218                                          FLOYD STADIUM: 19,111
                                          FLORIDA ATLANTIC 35, ASU 18                                       MIDDLE TENN. 38, ASU 14
                                          FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.                                             MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (11/21/09)
                                          (11/14/09) - ASU dropped its third                                - ASU saw MT score on its first
                                          straight contest, falling in Sun Belt                             three possessions and was unable
                     Reggie Arnold                                                      Marcus Brown
                                          action at Florida Atlantic 35-18. In                              to recover, suffering a 38-14 set-
                   the first start of his career, freshman Ryan Aplin con-             back. Two touchdowns in the third quarter lifted the
                   nected with freshman Taylor Stockemer for each                      MT to its largest lead of the game at 38-7, but A-State
                   player's first career touchdown and the only touchdown              closed the gap with a 24-yard touchdown pass from
                   for ASU in the contest with 42 seconds left in the game.            Ryan Aplin to Jahbari McLennan to set the final score.

                    Score by Quarters          1 2 3 4               Score              Score by Quarters        1 2 3 4             Score
                    Arkansas State            6 3 0 9                  18               Arkansas State           0 7 0 7                14
                    Florida Atlantic          7 0 14 14                35               Middle Tennessee        17 7 14 0               38
                    Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP                              Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP
                    FAU        1 10:36 Morris 21 run 9-84 4:24                          MT        1 12:20 Kyles 80 rec.         2-79 0:38
                    ASU        1 05:19 Arauco 35 FG 11-51 5:17                          MT        1 09:07 Gendreau 39 FG 8-58 1:37
                    ASU        1 00:37 Arauco 19 FG 6-59 3:02                           MT        1 04:01 McClover 12 rec. 8-66 2:54
                    ASU        2 01:03 Arauco 22 FG 17-92 10:03                         MT        2 06:20 Turner 32 rec. 9-86 4:03
                    FAU        3 06:08 Morris 7 run            12-77 5:41               ASU       2 02:03 Arnold 2 run          7-27 4:17
                    FAU        3 01:11 Rose 10 rec.             6-45 3:14               MT        3 07:39 Andrews 7 rec. 9-91 4:05
2009 GAME RECAPS




                    FAU        4 12:31 Harmon 52 rec. 5-76 2:17                         MT        3 00:40 Kellem 11 fum. ret. -            -
                                                                                        ASU       4 07:08 McLennan 24 rec. 6-80 1:56
                    ASU        4 08:18 Arauco 21 FG 12-58 4:13
                                                                                                        TEAM STATISTICS
                    FAU        4 02:26 Morris 17 rec. 12-79 5:52                                                        ASU            MT
                    ASU        4 00:42 Stockemer 4 rec. 6-60 1:44                       First Downs                       13           22
                                     TEAM STATISTICS                                    Net yards rushing                 44          164
                                                      ASU            FAU                Net yards passing                176          263
                    First Downs                        18             24                   Passes Comp-Att-Int         13-28-1      15-28-1
                    Net yards rushing                 176            154                Total Net Yards                  220          427
                    Net yards passing                 168            242                Fumbles: Number-Lost             2-1           3-1
                       Passes Comp-Att-Int          20-27-0        18-27-0              Penalties: Number-Yards        15-118         9-83
                    Total Net Yards                   344            396                Possession Time                 29:38        30:22
                    Fumbles: Number-Lost              1-0             2-0               Third Down Conversions         3 of 14      6 of 15
                    Penalties: Number-Yards           2-15           3-30               Sacks By: Number-Yards           1-2          4-34
                    Possession Time                  32:25          27:35                            INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                    Third Down Conversions          5 of 14         6 of 10             RUSHING: Arkansas State-Arnold, Reggie 17-55;
                    Sacks By: Number-Yards             0-0           3-23               Leonard, Corey 5-5; Lawson, Derek 6-minus 2;
                                 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                                  TEAM 1-minus 3; Aplin, Ryan 7-minus 11. Middle
                    RUSHING: ASU-Aplin, Ryan 15-82; Lawson, Derek                       Tennessee-Kyles, D.D. 11-80; Dasher, Dwight 18-
                    9-67; Arnold, Reggie 7-18; Robertson, Jer. 2-12;                    73; Gee, Desmond 7-17; Branton, M. 3-7; Cunning-
                    Jones, Don 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 1; Thompkins, B. 1-                    ham, B. 1-5; Burnette, Brent 1-3; Heyward, Craig
                    minus 6. Florida Atlantic-Morris, Alfred 24-117; Rose,              2-minus 5; TEAM 1-minus 16. PASSING: Arkansas
                    Willie 3-18; Stinson, Xavier 1-14; VanCamp, Jeff 4-                 State-Aplin, Ryan 10-22-1-147; Leonard, Corey 3-
                                                                                        6-0-29. Middle Tennessee-Dasher, Dwight 15-26-1-
                    6; Bonner, Chris 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 4. PASSING:
                                                                                        263; Burnette, Brent 0-2-0-0. RECEIVING: Arkansas
                    ASU-Aplin, Ryan 20-27-0-168. Florida Atlantic-Van-
                                                                                        State-McLennan, J. 3-49; Arnold, Reggie 3-20;
                    Camp, Jeff 18-27-0-242. RECEIVING: ASU-Thomp-                       Clements, T. 2-36; Gillott, Trevor 2-12; Thompkins,
                    kins, B. 5-43; Murry, Kedric 4-44; Gillott, Trevor 3-37;            B. 1-41; Stockemer, T. 1-13; Blake, Jeff 1-5. Middle
                    Arnold, Reggie 2-14; Stockemer, T. 2-12; Robinson,                  Tennessee-Andrews, G. 3-73; McClover, Chris 3-17;
                    A. 1-5; Lawson, Derek 1-5; Jones, Don 1-4; McLen-                   Turner, Harold 2-31; Honeycutt, P. 2-17; Kyles, D.D.
                    nan, J. 1-4. Florida Atlantic-Harmon, Jason 4-85;                   1-80; Cunningham, B. 1-20; Blissard, Shane 1-11;
                    Jean, Lester 3-39; Grant, Jamari 3-34; Rose, Willie                 Banks, Andrew 1-8; McDonald, S. 1-6. INTERCEP-
                    3-19; Morris, Alfred 1-17; Gent, Cortez 1-16; Bon-                  TIONS: Arkansas State-Jennings, M.D. 1-36. Middle
                    ner, Chris 1-12; Stinson, Xavier 1-12; Holley, Avery                Tennessee-Udell, Marcus 1-14. FUMBLES:
                    1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: ASU-None. Florida Atlantic-                     Arkansas State-Arnold, Reggie 1-1; TEAM 1-0. Mid-
                    None. FUMBLES: ASU-Aplin, Ryan 1-0. Florida At-                     dle Tennessee-Dasher, Dwight 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Hey-
                    lantic-Morris, Alfred 1-0; VanCamp, Jeff 1-0.                       ward, Craig 1-1.

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                  GAME 11                                                        GAME 12
                   NOVEMBER 28, 2010                                              DECEMBER 3, 2010
                   ASU STADIUM: 8,754                                             SMITH STADIUM: 4,513
                   ASU 30, NORTH TEXAS 26                                         ASU 24, WKU 20
                   JONESBORO, Ark. (11/28/09) –                                   BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (12/3/09)
                   Arkansas State freshman quarter-                               - The Arkansas State defense set
                   back Ryan Aplin piled up 362                                   the stage for one late touchdown,
                   yards of total offense and senior                              then put the final points on the
tailback Reggie Arnold added 111 rushing yards and a        board as the Red Wolves rallied from a 20-10 fourth-
touchdown to lead the Red Wolves to a 30-26 Sun Belt        quarter deficit to defeat Western Kentucky 24-20 on a
Conference victory over the Mean Green of North             Thursday night in the season finale for both teams at
Texas at ASU Stadium.                                       L.T. Smith Stadium.

 Score by Quarters         1 2 3 4           Score           Score by Quarters        1 2 3 4             Score
 Arkansas State           14 13 3 0            30            Arkansas State           0 3 7 14              24
 North Texas               0 7 7 12            26            Western Kentucky        14 3 3 0               20
 Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP                      Team Qtr Time Scoring play Pys-Yds TOP
 ASU       1 10:59 Jones 14 run         6-59 2:35            WKU       1 08:53 Hayden 9 run 12-77 6:07
 ASU       1 04:09 Aplin 6 run          4-17 1:52            WKU       1 00:59 Rainey 3 run          6-62 3:43
 ASU       2 14:33 Aplin 10 run         7-50 2:59            ASU       2 07:27 Arauco 27 FG 7-21 3:24
 ASU       2 09:57 Arnold 7 run         6-70 2:57            WKU       2 00:00 Tinius 34 FG          8-46 1:54
 NT        2 01:49 Dunbar 36 run 2-39 0:37                   WKU       3 03:22 Tinius 34 FG 11-62 6:16




                                                                                                                      2009 GAME RECAPS
 NT        3 08:38 Dickerson 25 run 4-83 1:39                ASU       3 00:31 Aplin 12 run          7-63 2:43
 ASU       3 00:07 Arauco 33 FG 8-64 4:07                    ASU       4 05:30 Jordan 4 rec.          1-4 0:04
 NT        4 08:17 Lott 5 rec.         11-65 6:43            ASU       4 03:49 Carrington 27 fum. ret. -       -
 NT        4 01:25 Jackson 19 rec. 4-68 1:17                                 TEAM STATISTICS
                  TEAM STATISTICS                                                          ASU            WKU
                                ASU           NT             First Downs                    13              16
 First Downs                      23           13            Net yards rushing             101             103
 Net yards rushing               244          140            Net yards passing             182             229
 Net yards passing               240          128               Passes Comp-Att-Int      16-20-0         12-19-1
    Passes Comp-Att-Int        18-28-3     15-28-1           Total Net Yards               247             224
 Total Net Yards                 484          268            Fumbles: Number-Lost           3-2            3-2
 Fumbles: Number-Lost            0-0          1-0            Penalties: Number-Yards       7-60           6-50
 Penalties: Number-Yards        11-94        4-20            Possession Time              26:56           33:04
 Possession Time                35:27       24:26            Third Down Conversions       5 of 12        5 of 15
 Third Down Conversions        6 of 13      2 of 12          Sacks By: Number-Yards        8-65           3-14
 Sacks By: Number-Yards          1-8          0-0                         INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
              INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                          RUSHING: Arkansas State-Arnold, Reggie 16-47;
 RUSHING: NT-Dunbar, Lance 21-126; TEAM 1-                   Aplin, Ryan 13-32; Lawson, Derek 3-22; Robertson,
 minus 1; Montgomery, C. 2-minus 2; Tune, Nathan             Jer. 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 2. Western Kentucky-
 2-minus 8; Dickerson, K. 0-25. ASU-Aplin, Ryan 16-          Rainey, Bobby 16-70; Hayden, Tyrell 5-24; Jakes,
 122; Arnold, Reggie 23-111; Jones, Don 1-14; Smith,         Kawaun 21-6; Booker, Marell 4-3. PASSING:
 Andre 3-2; Henderson, L. 1-minus 1; TEAM 2-minus            Arkansas State-Aplin, Ryan 16-20-0-146. Western
 4. PASSING: NT-Tune, Nathan 9-19-0-55; Dodge,               Kentucky-Jakes, Kawaun 12-19-1-121. RECEIV-
 Riley 3-6-1-13; Thompson, D. 3-3-0-60. ASU-Aplin,           ING: Arkansas State-Thompkins, B. 4-36; Gillott,
 Ryan 18-28-3-240. RECEIVING: NT-Jackson, Ja-                Trevor 3-27; Arnold, Reggie 2-21; Clements, T. 1-
 maal 5-69; Lott, Alex 5-25; Dunbar, Lance 2-25;             21; Stockemer, T. 1-10; Adams, Michael 1-10; Law-
 Carey, Darius 2-minus 1; Lewis, B.J. 1-10. ASU-             son, Derek 1-8; Blake, Jeff 1-6; Jordan, J.T. 1-4;
 Thompkins, B. 7-91; Clements, T. 5-85; Stockemer,           McLennan, J. 1-3. Western Kentucky-Gaebler, Jake
 T. 1-23; Blake, Jeff 1-17; Jones, Don 1-9; Gillott,         4-66; Rainey, Bobby 4-31; Cooper, Q. 2-8; Doyle,
 Trevor 1-8; McLennan, J. 1-4; Arnold, Reggie 1-3.           Jack 1-8; Vasquez, Marcus 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS:
 INTERCEPTIONS: NT-Robertson, C. 1-14; Shorter,              Arkansas State-Nelms, Nick 1-43. Western Ken-
 John 1-7; Hill, Royce 1-0. ASU-McCray, Kelcie 1-28.         tucky-None. FUMBLES: Arkansas State-Aplin, Ryan
 FUMBLES: NT-Dunbar, Lance 1-0. ASU-None.                    2-1; Arnold, Reggie 1-1. Western Kentucky-Jakes,
                                                             Kawaun 2-1; Rainey, Bobby 1-1.

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                                                          2009 SUN BELT CONFERENCE STANDINGS
                                                                                    CONFERENCE                                      OVERALL
                                    Team                               W-L           Pct.        Pts.       Opp.     W-L            Pct.          Pts.        Opp.
                                    Troy*^& . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-0 . . . . 1.000. . . . 330 . . . . 186     9-4. . . . . . .692. . . . . 438. . . . . 387
                                    Middle Tennessee^# . . . . 7-1. . . . . .875 . . . . 291 . . . . 167            10-3 . . . . . .769. . . . . 416. . . . . 308
                                    Louisiana-Monroe^ . . . . . 5-3. . . . . .625 . . . . 202 . . . . 195            6-6. . . . . . .500. . . . . 307. . . . . 328
                                    Florida Atlantic. . . . . . . . . 5-3. . . . . .625 . . . . 253 . . . . 232      5-7. . . . . . .417. . . . . 329. . . . . 405
                                    Louisiana-Lafayette^ . . . . 4-4. . . . . .500 . . . . 204 . . . . 244           6-6. . . . . . .500. . . . . 266. . . . . 364
                                    Arkansas State . . . . . . . 3-5. . . . . .375 . . . . 168 . . . . 196           4-8. . . . . . .333. . . . . 272. . . . . 279
                                    Florida International. . . . . 3-5. . . . . .375 . . . . 212 . . . . 258         3-9. . . . . . .250. . . . . 275. . . . . 424
                                    North Texas . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7. . . . . .125 . . . . 249 . . . . 316     2-10 . . . . . .167. . . . . 319. . . . . 427
                                    Western Kentucky . . . . . . 0-8. . . . . .000 . . . . 196 . . . . 311          0-12 . . . . . .000. . . . . 245. . . . . 475
                                                                                       *Sun Belt Conference champion
                                                                                                  ^ Bowl eligible
                                                                                      # R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
2009 SUN BELT CONFE RENCE REVIEW




                                                                                                  & GMAC Bowl

                                    2009 PRESEASON SBC POLL                                              2009 PRESEASON ALL-SBC
                                                                                                      OFFENSE
                                   1.   Troy, 72 (5)
                                                                                                      QB: Corey Leonard (Arkansas State)
                                   2.   Arkansas State, 69
                                                                                                      QB: Rusty Smith (Florida Atlantic)
                                   3.   Florida Atlantic, 61 (1)
                                                                                                      RB: Reggie Arnold (Arkansas State)
                                   4.   Middle Tennessee, 52
                                                                                                      RB: DuJuan Harris (Troy)
                                   5.   Florida International, 43 (1)
                                                                                                      WR: T.Y. Hilton (Florida International)
                                   6.   Louisiana-Lafayette, 39 (1)
                                                                                                      WR: Jerrel Jernigan (Troy)
                                   7.   Louisiana-Monroe, 34 (1)
                                                                                                      TE: Jamari Grant (Florida Atlantic)
                                   8.   North Texas, 18
                                                                                                      OL: Drew Hilton (Arkansas State)
                                   9.   Western Kentucky, 17
                                                                                                      OL: Brad Serini (Florida International)
                                               School, points (first place votes)
                                                                                                      OL: Brad Bustle (Louisiana-Lafayette)
                                                                                                      OL: Chris Fisher (Louisiana-Lafayette)
                                                                                                      OL: Danny Franks (Troy)
                                                                                                      DEFENSE
                                                                                                      DL: Alex Carrington (Arkansas State)
                                                                                                      DL: Aaron Morgan (Louisiana-Monroe)
                                                                                                      DL: Brandon Lang (Troy)
                                                                                                      DL: Cameron Sheffield (Troy)
                                                                                                      LB: Cardia Jackson (Louisiana-Monroe)
                                                                                                      LB: Boris Lee (Troy)
                                                                                                      LB: Bear Woods (Troy)
                                                                                                      DB: Anthony Gaiter (Florida International)
                                                                                                      DB: Jeremy Kellem (Middle Tennessee)
                                                                                                      DB: Greg James (Louisiana-Monroe)
                                                                                                      DB: Jorrick Calvin (Troy)
                                                                                                      SPECIAL TEAMS
                                                                                                      P: Scott Love (Louisiana-Monroe)
                                                                                                      PK: Josh Arauco (Arkansas State)
                                                                                                      RS: T.Y. Hilton (Florida International)
                                                                                                      CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
                                                                                                          QB: Corey Leonard (Arkansas State)
                                                                                                          QB: Rusty Smith (Florida Atlantic)
                                                                                                      DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
                                                                                                          DL: Alex Carrington (Arkansas State)


                                               Alex Carrington
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                    2009 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE TEAM
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE              FIRST TEAM DEFENSE                DB: Marcus Bartels (FAU, R-So.)
QB: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr.)      DL: Alex Carrington (ASU, Sr.)    DB: Jonathan Cyprien (FIU, Fr.)
RB: Alfred Morris (FAU, R-So.)  DL: Aaron Morgan (ULM, Sr.)       DB: Dwight Bentley (ULL, So.)
RB: Lance Dunbar (NT, So.)      DL: Chris McCoy (MT, Sr.)
                                                                  FIRST TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS
WR: LaGregory Sapp (ULM, Sr.)   DL: Brandon Lang (Troy, Sr.)
                                                                  K: Alan Gendreau (MT, So.)
WR: Jerrel Jernigan (Troy, Jr.) LB: Cardia Jackson (ULM, Sr.)
                                                                  P: Spencer Ortego (ULL, Jr.)
TE: Jason Harmon (FAU, R-Sr.)   LB: Boris Lee (Troy, Sr.)
                                                                  RS: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, So.)
OL: Brad Bustle (ULL, Sr.)      LB: Bear Woods (Troy, Sr.)
                                                                  AP: Jerrel Jernigan (Troy, Jr.)
OL: Chris Fisher (ULL, Sr.)     DB: Greg James (ULM, Sr.)
OL: Mark Thompson (MT, Sr.)     DB: Jeremy Kellem (MT, Jr.)       SECOND TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS
OL: Danny Franks (Troy, Sr.)    DB: Alex Suber (MT, Sr.)          K: Josh Arauco (ASU, Sr.)
OL: Tyler Clark (Troy, Jr.)     DB: Marcus Udell (MT, Sr.)        P: Carlos Munera (FIU, Sr.)
                                                                  RS: Jerrel Jernigan (Troy, Jr.)
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE             SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
                                                                  AP: Bobby Rainey (WKU, So.)
QB: Dwight Dasher (MT, Jr.)     DL: Bryan Hall (ASU, Jr.)
RB: Frank Goodin (ULM, Jr.)     DL: Jamari Lattimore (MT, Jr.)




                                                                                                                         2009 SUN BELT CONFE RENCE REVIEW
                                                                  HON. MENTION SP. TEAMS
RB: Bobby Rainey (WKU, So.)     DL: Cameron Sheffield (Troy, Sr.) P: Will Goggans (Troy, So.)
WR: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, So.)      DL: Kevin Dixon (Troy, Sr.)       P: Jeremy Moore (WKU, Sr.)
WR: Jamaal Jackson (NT, Jr.)    LB: Antwyne Zanders (ULL, Sr.)    RS: Desmond Gee (MT, Sr.)
TE: Ladarius Green (ULL, So.)   LB: Danny Carmichael (MT, Sr.)
                                                                  PLAYER OF THE YEAR
OL: Derek Newton (ASU, Jr.)     LB: Cam Robinson (MT, Sr.)
                                                                      Levi Brown (Troy, Sr.)
OL: David Matlock (FAU, R-Sr.)  DB: Anthony Gaiter (FIR, Jr.)
                                                                  OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
OL: Brad Serini (FIU, Jr.)      DB: James Truxillo (ULM, Sr.)
                                                                      Levi Brown (Troy, Sr.)
OL: Esteban Santiago (NT, Jr.)  DB: Courtland Fuller (Troy, Sr.)
                                                                  CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
OL: Mark Fisher (MT, Jr.)       DB: Bryan Willis (Troy, Fr.)
                                                                      Cardia Jackson (ULM, Sr.)
                                HONORABLE MENTION DEF.                Chris McCoy (MT, Sr.)
HONORABLE MENTION OFF.
                                DL: Kevin Cyrille (FAU, R-So.)    FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
QB: Corey Leonard (ASU, Sr.)
                                DL: Brandon Perry (MT, Sr.)           Shawn Southward (Troy, Fr.)
WR: Luther Ambrose (ULM, So.)
                                LB: Scott Bryant (FIU, Sr.)       CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR
WR: Tebiarus Gill (Troy, Jr.)
                                LB: Grant Fleming (ULL, Jr.)          Rick Stockstill (MT)
WR: Jake Gaebler (WKU, Sr.)
                                LB: Josh Thomas (ULM, Sr.)            Larry Blakeney (Troy)
OL: Kelvin Drake (NT, Jr.)
                                LB: Craig Robertson (NT, Jr.)
                                DB: Daylan Walker (ASU, Sr.)
                            2009 SBC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
                                      OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sept. 7: Riley Dodge (NT, Fr., QB), Sept. 14: Dwight Dasher (MT, Jr., QB), Sept. 21: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr., QB),
Sept. 28: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr., QB), Oct. 5: Frank Goodin (ULM, Jr., RB), Oct. 12: Lance Dunbar (NT, So.,
RB), Oct. 19: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr., QB), Oct. 26: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr., QB), Nov. 2: Riley Dodge (NT, Fr., QB),
Nov. 9: Dwight Dasher (MT, Jr., QB), Nov. 16: Dwight Dasher (MT, Jr., QB), Nov. 23: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr., QB),
Nov. 30: Levi Brown (Troy, Sr., QB), Dec. 7: Alfred Morris (FAU, R-So., RB)
                                      DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sept. 7: Craig Robertson (NT, Jr., LB), Sept. 14: Antwyne Zanders (ULL, Sr., LB), Sept. 21: Chris McCoy (MT,
Sr., DE), Sept. 28: Kevin Brown (MT, Jr., S), Oct. 5: Theo Smith (ULM, Jr., DB), Oct. 12: Dwight Bentley (ULL,
So., DB), Oct. 19: Bryan Willis (Troy, Fr., DB), Oct. 19: Troy Evans (ULM, So., DE), Oct. 26: Demario Davis
(ASU, R-So., LB), Nov. 2: Boris Lee (Troy, Sr., LB), Nov. 9: Greg James (ULM, Sr., DB), Nov. 16: Cardia Jack-
son (ULM, Sr., LB), Nov. 23: Bear Woods (Troy, Sr., LB), Nov. 30: Alex Suber (MT, Sr., DB), Dec. 7: Alex Car-
rington (ASU, Sr., DE)
                                  SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sept. 7: Spencer Ortego (ULL, Jr., P), Sept. 14: Tyler Albrecht (ULL, Jr., K), Sept. 21: Alan Gendreau (MT, So.,
K), Sept. 28: Scott Love (ULM, Sr., P), Sept. 28: Kanorris Davis (Troy, Fr., LB), Oct. 5: Radi Jabour (ULM, So.,
P), Oct. 12: Dustin Rivest (FIU, Sr., K), Oct. 19: Tyler Albrecht (ULL, Jr., K), Oct. 26: Daniel Sheffield (Troy, Jr.,
LB), Nov. 2: Sherman Neal (MT, R-Jr., DB), Nov. 9: Jeremy Kellem (MT, Jr., DB), Nov. 16: Casey Tinius (WKU,
So, K), Nov. 23: Grant Fleming (ULL, Jr., LB), Nov. 30: Ryan Wilbourn (ASU, So., P), Dec. 7: Josh Arauco
(ASU, Sr., K)

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                                       SCORING OFFENSE          G   TD    XP    2XP   DXP    FG     Saf    Pts   Avg
                                       Troy                    13   55    52    0     0      18     1      438   33.7
                                       Middle Tennessee        13   52    50    0     0      18     0      416   32.0
                                       Florida Atlantic        12   44    37    1     0      8      1      329   27.4
                                       North Texas             12   42    35    0     0      10     1      319   26.6
                                       Louisiana-Monroe        12   39    35    0     0      12     1      307   25.6
                                       Florida International   12   35    33    1     0      10     0      275   22.9
                                       Arkansas State          12   33    27    1     0      15     0      272   22.7
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette     12   35    30    0     1      8      0      266   22.2
                                       Western Kentucky        12   29    25    2     0      14     0      245   20.4

                                       SCORING DEFENSE         G    TD    XP    2XP   DXP    FG     Saf    Pts   Avg
                                       Arkansas State          12   36    33    0     0      10     0      279   23.2
                                       Middle Tennessee        13   38    33    1     0      15     0      308   23.7    Taylor Stockemer
                                       Louisiana-Monroe        12   42    39    0     0      11     2      328   27.3
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                                       Troy                    13   50    41    2     0      14     0      387   29.8
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette     12   46    40    2     0      14     1      364   30.3
                                       Florida Atlantic        12   52    46    0     1      15     0      405   33.8
                                       Florida International   12   55    52    0     0      14     0      424   35.3
                                       North Texas             12   54    48    1     0      17     1      427   35.6
                                       Western Kentucky        12   63    59    0     0      12     1      475   39.6

                                       PASS OFFENSE            G    Att   Cmp   Int   Pct    Yds    Avg    TD    Yds/G
                                       Troy                    13   529   333   10    62.9   4375   8.3    24    336.5
                                       Florida Atlantic        12   444   257   7     57.9   3356   7.6    26    279.7
                                       Middle Tennessee        13   436   238   15    54.6   3064   7.0    25    235.7
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette     12   406   240   8     59.1   2698   6.6    14    224.8
                                       North Texas             12   413   277   17    67.1   2681   6.5    15    223.4      Ryan Aplin
                                       Florida International   12   433   231   12    53.3   2600   6.0    14    216.7
                                       Louisiana-Monroe        12   329   185   20    56.2   2501   7.6    18    208.4
                                       Arkansas State          12   330   192   12    58.2   2323   7.0    10    193.6
                                       Western Kentucky        12   313   181   12    57.8   1775   5.7    11    147.9

                                       PASS DEFENSE            G    Att   Cmp   Int   Pct.   Yds    Avg    TD    Yds/G
                                       North Texas             12   359   204   7     56.8   2601   7.2    16    216.8
                                       Middle Tennessee        13   440   241   19    54.8   2835   6.4    16    218.1
                                       Arkansas State          12   366   222   8     60.7   2622   7.2    19    218.5
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette     12   336   202   16    60.1   2669   7.9    21    222.4
                                       Florida Atlantic        12   344   232   5     67.4   2791   8.1    17    232.6
                                       Western Kentucky        12   307   208   6     67.8   2801   9.1    27    233.4
                                       Louisiana-Monroe        12   422   246   13    58.3   2843   6.7    16    236.9
                                       Florida International   12   376   230   10    61.2   3105   8.3    20    258.8     Kedric Murry
                                       Troy                    13   507   313   10    61.7   3728   7.4    29    286.8

                                       KICKOFF RETURNS               G         Ret      Yds           TD         Avg
                                       North Texas                   12        62       1382          0          22.3
                                       Western Kentucky              12        81       1797          0          22.2
                                       Troy                          13        62       1305          1          21.0
                                       Arkansas State                12        47       979           0          20.8
                                       Florida International         12        71       1466          1          20.6
                                       Middle Tennessee              13        57       1119          0          19.6
                                       Louisiana-Monroe              12        58       1138          0          19.6
                                       Florida Atlantic              12        63       1189          0          18.9
                                       Louisiana Lafayette           12        52       939           0          18.1

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                      PUNTING                       G      NO     YARDS         AVG      RET TB          NET/P
                      Louisiana-Lafayette           12     66     2682          40.6     123 4           37.6
                      Troy                          13     56     2285          40.8     105 4           37.5
                      Florida International         12     78     3319          42.6     265 7           37.4
                      Arkansas State                12     53     2240          42.3     147 7           36.8
                      Western Kentucky              12     57     2474          43.4     285 5           36.6
                      Louisiana-Monroe              12     60     2313          38.5     160 3           34.9
                      Florida Atlantic              12     52     1969          37.9     61  6           34.4
                      Middle Tennessee              13     82     3183          38.8     359 4           33.5
                      North Texas                   12     57     2129          37.4     296 3           31.1

                                                           —Gained—          —Lost—
                      TURNOVER MARGIN          G         Fum Int Tot      Fum Int Tot              Mar   Per/G
   Derek Lawson       Middle Tennessee         13        14 19 33         6    15 21               +12   0.92
                      Louisiana-Lafayette      12        10 16 26         15   8    23             +3    0.25




                                                                                                                 2009 SUN BELT CONFE RENCE TEAM STATS
                      Florida Atlantic         12        11 5     16      8    7    15             +1    0.08
                      Florida International    12        7    10 17       9    12 21               -4    -0.33
                      Arkansas State           12        11 8     19      12   12 24               -5    -0.42
                      Louisiana-Monroe         12        10 13 23         8    20 28               -5    -0.42
                      Troy                     13        11 10 21         17   10 27               -6    -0.46
                      Western Kentucky         12        10 6     16      16   12 28               -12   -1.00
                      North Texas              12        8    7   15      12   17 29               -14   -1.17

                      RUSHING OFFENSE               G       Att        Yds        Avg         TD         Yds/G
                      Middle Tennessee              13      519        2418       4.7         22         186.0
                      North Texas                   12      420        2223       5.3         27         185.2
                      Louisiana-Monroe              12      488        2207       4.5         21         183.9
 Jahbari McLennan     Western Kentucky              12      445        2074       4.7         18         172.8
                      Florida Atlantic              12      434        1829       4.2         17         152.4
                      Troy                          13      444        1939       4.4         29         149.2
                      Louisiana-Lafayette           12      460        1643       3.6         19         136.9
                      Arkansas State                12      428        1623       3.8         21         135.2
                      Florida International         12      422        1260       3.0         19         105.0

                      RUSHING DEFENSE               G       Rushes      Yards          Avg.      TD      Yds/G
                      Louisiana-Monroe              12      397         1321           3.3       20      110.1
                      Arkansas State                12      418         1464           3.5       15      122.0
                      Middle Tennessee              13      512         1778           3.5       20      136.8
                      Troy                          13      430         1791           4.2       19      137.8
                      Louisiana-Lafayette           12      474         2183           4.6       22      181.9
                      North Texas                   12      484         2347           4.8       34      195.6
     Jeff Blake       Florida Atlantic              12      431         2647           6.1       34      220.6
                      Florida International         12      521         2794           5.4       33      232.8
                      Western Kentucky              12      522         2938           5.6       35      244.8

                      TOTAL OFFENSE           G     Rush        Pass    Plays    Yards   Avg/P     TD    Yds/G
                      Troy                    13    1939        4375    973      6314    6.5       53    485.7
                      Florida Atlantic        12    1829        3356    878      5185    5.9       43    432.1
                      Middle Tennessee        13    2418        3064    955      5482    5.7       47    421.7
                      North Texas             12    2223        2681    833      4904    5.9       42    408.7
                      Louisiana-Monroe        12    2207        2501    817      4708    5.8       39    392.3
                      Louisiana-Lafayette     12    1643        2698    866      4341    5.0       33    361.8
                      Arkansas State          12    1623        2323    758      3946    5.2       31    328.8
                      Florida International   12    1260        2600    855      3860    4.5       33    321.7
                      Western Kentucky        12    2074        1775    758      3849    5.1       29    320.8
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                                       TOTAL DEFENSE           G    Rush Pass    Plays   Yards     Avg        TD   Yds/G
                                       Arkansas State          12   1464 2622    784     4086      5.2        34   340.5
                                       Louisiana-Monroe        12   1321 2843    819     4164      5.1        36   347.0
                                       Middle Tennessee        13   1778 2835    952     4613      4.8        36   354.8
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette     12   2183 2669    810     4852      6.0        43   404.3
                                       North Texas             12   2347 2601    843     4948      5.9        50   412.3
                                       Troy                    13   1791 3728    937     5519      5.9        48   424.5
                                       Florida Atlantic        12   2647 2791    775     5438      7.0        51   453.2
                                       Western Kentucky        12   2938 2801    829     5739      6.9        62   478.2
                                       Florida International   12   2794 3105    897     5899      6.6        53   491.6

                                       PUNT RETURNS                 G           Ret       Yds            TD         Avg
                                       Florida International        12          25        322            0          12.9
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette          12          16        144            1          9.0    Alex Carrington
                                       Arkansas State               12          30        254            0          8.5
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                                       Western Kentucky             12          8         60             0          7.5
                                       Middle Tennessee             13          24        155            1          6.5
                                       North Texas                  12          11        65             0          5.9
                                       Florida Atlantic             12          21        100            0          4.8
                                       Louisiana-Monroe             12          24        108            0          4.5
                                       Troy                         13          30        106            0          3.5

                                       FIELD GOALS                  G             Made             Att             Pct
                                       Middle Tennessee             13            18               22              .818
                                       Arkansas State               12            15               19              .789
                                       Troy                         13            18               23              .783
                                       Western Kentucky             12            14               19              .737
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette          12            8                11              .727      Chaz Scales
                                       Florida International        12            10               14              .714
                                       North Texas                  12            10               15              .667
                                       Florida Atlantic             12            8                12              .667
                                       Louisiana-Monroe             12            12               20              .600

                                       PAT KICKING                  G             Made             Att             Pct
                                       Florida International        12            33               33              1.000
                                       Western Kentucky             12            25               25              1.000
                                       Troy                         13            52               53              .981
                                       Middle Tennessee             13            50               51              .980
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette          12            30               32              .938
                                       Louisiana-Monroe             12            35               38              .921
                                       Arkansas State               12            27               31              .871
                                       Florida Atlantic             12            37               43              .860    Jeremy Gibson
                                       North Texas                  12            35               41              .854

                                       TIME OF POSSESSION           G                 Total Time                   Avg/G
                                       Louisiana-Monroe             12                388:06                       32:20
                                       Florida Atlantic             12                380:10                       31:40
                                       North Texas                  12                369:12                       30:46
                                       Louisiana-Lafayette          12                361:51                       30:09
                                       Arkansas State               12                357:40                       29:48
                                       Western Kentucky             12                356:25                       29:42
                                       Troy                         13                376:29                       28:57
                                       Middle Tennessee             13                357:27                       27:29
                                       Florida International        12                322:08                       26:50

                                                                                                                            Derek Newton
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                      RUSHING         Team   Cl         G         Att     Yds      Avg      TD     Long      Yds/G
                      Alfred Morris   FAU    SO         12        263     1392     5.3      11     48        116.0
                      Lance Dunbar    NT     SO         12        200     1378     6.9      17     71        114.8
                      Frank Goodin    ULM    JR         12        219     1126     5.1      13     48        93.8
                      Dwight Dasher   MT     JR         13        224     1154     5.2      13     74        88.8
                      Bobby Rainey    WKU    SO         12        144     939      6.5      6      49        78.2
                      D.D. Kyles      MT     SO         12        139     857      6.2      3      53        71.4
                      Reggie Arnold   ASU    SR         12        168     723      4.3      12     26        60.2
                      S. Southward    Troy   FR         13        110     602      5.5      12     42        46.3
                      Riley Dodge     NT     FR         10        104     463      4.5      5      38        46.3
                      DuJuan Harris   Troy   JR         13        151     583      3.9      10     25        44.8

                      PASS AVG/GAME    Team        Cl        G      Att    Cmp     Int   Pct     Yds    TD   Avg/G




                                                                                                                     2009 SUN BELT CONFE RENCE IN DIVI DUAL STATS
   Reggie Arnold      Levi Brown       Troy        SR        13     504    321     9     63.7    4254   23   327.2
                      Dwight Dasher    MT          JR        13     399    219     14    54.9    2789   23   214.5
                      Paul McCall      FIU         SR        11     370    208     8     56.2    2343   14   213.0
                      Chris Masson     ULL         SO        12     373    222     8     59.5    2406   10   200.5
                      Riley Dodge      NT          FR        10     303    205     15    67.7    1975   9    197.5
                      Trey Revell      ULM         JR        10     210    121     12    57.6    1739   12   173.9
                      Corey Leonard    ASU         SR        9      211    114     6     54.0    1416   7    157.3
                      Kawaun Jakes     WKU         FR        11     244    148     9     60.7    1516   9    137.8
                      Jeff VanCamp     FAU         JR        10     184    109     2     59.2    1372   12   137.2
                      Ryan Aplin       ASU         FR        9      118    77      6     65.3    889    3    98.8

                      TOTAL OFFENSE    Team       Cl.    G         Rush     Pass         Plays     Total     Yds/G
                      Levi Brown       Troy       SR     13        7        4254         558       4261      327.8
                      Dwight Dasher    MT         JR     13        1154     2789         623       3943      303.3
   Corey Leonard      Riley Dodge      NT         FR     10        463      1975         407       2438      243.8
                      Chris Masson     ULL        SO     12        192      2406         435       2598      216.5
                      Paul McCall      FIU        SR     11        23       2343         445       2366      215.1
                      Trey Revell      ULM        JR     10        354      1739         305       2093      209.3
                      Corey Leonard    ASU        SR     9         174      1416         283       1590      176.7
                      Kawaun Jakes     WKU        FR     11        355      1516         369       1871      170.1
                      Jeff VanCamp     FAU        JR     10        19       1372         219       1391      139.1
                      Ryan Aplin       ASU        FR     9         253      889          182       1142      126.9

                  REC./GAME           Team   Cl.        G         Rec     Yds      TD       Long   Avg/C     Rec/G
                  J. Jackson          NT     JR         12        71      701      6        69     9.9       5.92
                  J. Jernigan         Troy   JR         13        71      1101     4        70     15.5      5.46
                  T.Y. Hilton         FIU    SO         12        57      632      5        43     11.1      4.75
                  Darius Carey        NT     FR         12        57      509      4        23     8.9       4.75
Brandon Thompkins Jake Gaebler        WKU    SR         10        43      494      4        48     11.5      4.30
                  L. Sapp             ULM    SR         10        40      784      3        52     19.6      4.00
                  Jason Harmon        FAU    SR         12        48      649      6        52     13.5      4.00
                  B. Thompkins        ASU    SR         12        47      598      4        59     12.7      3.92
                  Jack Doyle          WKU    FR         10        37      365      1        35     9.9       3.70
                  Tebiarus Gill       Troy   JR         13        47      581      6        44     12.4      3.62

                      ALL PURPOSE     Team   Cl         G         Rush    Rcv      PR       KR     Yds       Avg/G
                      Bobby Rainey    WKU    SO         12        939     83       29       1050   2101      175.1
                      J. Jernigan     Troy   JR         13        266     1101     0        897    2264      174.2
                      Lance Dunbar    NT     SO         12        1378    300      0        57     1735      144.6
                      L. Ambrose      ULM    SO         12        311     455      49       832    1647      137.2
                      Alfred Morris   FAU    SO         12        1392    114      0        0      1506      125.5
                      B. Thompkins    ASU    SR         12        -1      598      29       790    1416      118.0
   Nathan Herrold     T.Y. Hilton     FIU    SO         12        49      632      36       633    1350      112.5

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                                               Frank Goodin ULM JR          12 1126 138          0          19      1283     106.9
                                               Jamall Jackson NT JR         12 -1   701          3          463     1166     97.2
                                               Dwight Dasher MT JR          13 1154 0            0          0       1154     88.8

                                               INTERCEPTIONS       Team       Cl     G     Int       Yds       TD     Long     Int/G
                                               Marcus Udell        MT         SR     13    7         88        0      29       0.54
                                               Greg James          ULM        SR     12    4         83        0      78       0.33
                                               Kelcie McCray       ASU        SO     12    4         69        0      31       0.33
                                               Kevin Brown         MT         JR     13    4         77        0      36       0.31
                                               Bryan Willis        Troy       FR     13    4         39        0      23       0.31
                                               Gerren Blount       ULL        SR     10    3         45        0      24       0.30
                                               James Truxillo      ULM        SR     11    3         20        0      8        0.27
                                               Dwight Bentley      ULL        SO     12    3         93        1      70       0.25
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                                               Royce Hill          NT         SO     12    3         58        0      57       0.25     Kelcie McCray
                                               Maurice Rolle       ULL        JR     12    3         13        0      12       0.25

                                               PASS EFF.        Team   Cl    G      Att   Cmp    Int    Pct    Yds     TD    Eff.
                                               Brad McGuire     ULL    SO    9      14    8      0      57.1   131     2     182.9
                                               Levi Brown       Troy   SR    13     504   321    9      63.7   4254    23    146.1
                                               Jeff VanCamp     FAU    JR    10     184   109    2      59.2   1372    12    141.2
                                               Trey Revell      ULM    JR    10     210   121    12     57.6   1739    12    134.6
                                               Blaine Gautier   ULL    FR    9      17    9      0      52.9   119     1     131.2
                                               Ryan Aplin       ASU    FR    9      118   77     6      65.3   889     3     126.8
                                               Dwight Dasher    MT     JR    13     399   219    14     54.9   2789    23    125.6
                                               Riley Dodge      NT     FR    10     303   205    15     67.7   1975    9     122.3
                                               Chris Masson     ULL    SO    12     373   222    8      59.5   2406    10    118.3
                                               Kawaun Jakes     WKU    FR    11     244   148    9      60.7   1516    9     117.6
                                                                                                                                       Dorvus Woods
                                               PUNT RET AVG     Team Cl G          Ret    Yds          TD           Long     Avg
                                               Daylan Walker    ASU SR 12          25     212          0            32       8.5
                                               C. Williams      Troy SR 13         28     110          0            16       3.9

                                               KICK RET AVG     Team   Cl    G     Ret    Yds          TD           Long     Avg
                                               T.Y. Hilton      FIU    SO    12    22     633          1            96       28.8
                                               Jamaal Jackson   NT     JR    12    17     463          0            53       27.2
                                               Royce Hill       NT     SO    12    15     395          0            73       26.3
                                               Bobby Rainey     WKU    SO    12    44     1050         0            52       23.9
                                               J. Jernigan      Troy   JR    13    39     897          0            50       23.0
                                               B. Thompkins     ASU    SR    12    35     790          0            65       22.6
                                               Desmond Gee      MT     SR    13    41     910          0            74       22.2
                                               Luther Ambrose   ULM    SO    12    38     832          0            63       21.9
                                               Wayne Times      FIU    FR    12    22     480          0            47       21.8       Daylan Walker
                                               Jason Harmon     FAU    SR    12    15     297          0            33       19.8

                                               PUNTING             Team       Cl     G      Punt            Yds       Long     Avg
                                               Jeremy Moore        WKU        SR     12     56              2427      56       43.3
                                               Carlos Munera       FIU        SR     12     72              3092      65       42.9
                                               Ryan Wilbourn       ASU        SO     12     53              2240      65       42.3
                                               Will Goggans        Troy       SO     13     56              2285      63       40.8
                                               Spener Ortego       ULL        JR     12     66              2682      60       40.6
                                               Mickey Groody       FAU        SO     12     46              1868      55       40.6
                                               W. Atterberry       NT         FR     12     55              2143      59       39.0
                                               David DeFatta       MT         SR     13     81              3131      55       38.7
                                               Scott Love          ULM        SR     12     60              2313      66       38.5

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                      SCORING          Team   Cl        G     TD        XPT    FG      2XP     Pts     Pts/G
                      Lance Dunbar     NT     SO        12    19        0      0       0       114     9.5
                      Alan Gendreau    MT     SO        13    0         50     18      0       104     8.0
                      Alfred Morris    FAU    SO        12    13        0      0       0       78      6.5
                      Frank Goodin     ULM    JR        12    13        0      0       0       78      6.5
                      Dwight Dasher    MT     JR        13    13        0      0       0       78      6.0
                      Reggie Arnold    ASU    SR        12    12        0      0       0       72      6.0
                      Radi Jabour      ULM    SO        12    0         35     12      0       71      5.9
                      Michael Taylor   Troy   SO        13    0         43     11      0       76      5.8
                      Josh Arauco      ASU    SR        12    0         27     14      0       69      5.8
                      Casey Tinius     WKU    SO        12    0         25     14      0       67      5.6

                      FIELD GOALS         Team           Cl        G      FG    FGA         Pct      FG/G




                                                                                                               2009 SUN BELT CONFE RENCE IN DIVI DUAL STATS
     Drew Hilton      Alan Gendreau       MT             SO        13     18    22          81.8     1.38
                      Josh Arauco         ASU            SR        12     14    17          82.4     1.17
                      Casey Tinius        WKU            SO        12     14    19          73.7     1.17
                      Radi Jabour         ULM            SO        12     12    20          60.0     1.00
                      Michael Taylor      Troy           SO        13     11    14          78.6     0.85
                      Dustin Rivest       FIU            SR        12     10    14          71.4     0.83
                      Jeremy Knott        NT             SR        12     10    15          66.7     0.83
                      Tyler Albrecht      ULL            JR        12     8     11          72.7     0.67
                      Ross Gornall        FAU            JR        12     8     12          66.7     0.67
                      Ryan Wilbourn       ASU            SO        12     1     2           50.0     0.08

                      TACKLES            Team      Cl    G     Solo      Ast        Total     Avg/G     Sack
                      Cardia Jackson     ULM       SR    12    71        46         117       9.8       1.5
                      Marcus Bartels     FAU       SO    12    56        55         111       9.2       0
    Josh Arauco       C. Robertson       NT        JR    12    61        46         107       8.9       0.5
                      Cam Robinson       MT        SR    13    58        55         113       8.7       5.0
                      Antwyne Zanders    ULL       SR    12    63        40         103       8.6       1.0
                      Scott Bryant       FIU       SR    12    44        57         101       8.4       3.0
                      Thomas Majors      WKU       JR    12    43        57         100       8.3       0
                      M. Lockley         FAU       JR    12    51        44         95        7.9       0
                      Mark Santoro       WKU       SO    12    45        46         91        7.6       0
                      E. Bradwell        FAU       SR    12    52        39         91        7.6       1.5
                      Bear Woods         Troy      SR    11    45        37         82        7.5       3.0
                      Grant Fleming      ULL       JR    12    56        33         89        7.4       0
                      Taurean Smith      WKU       SR    12    40        48         88        7.3       0
                      D. Carmichael      MT        SR    13    49        45         94        7.2       6.5
                      DaWaylon Cook      NT        SO    12    62        23         85        7.1       0
                      Boris Lee          Troy      SR    13    43        45         88        6.8       3.0
   Demario Davis      Demario Davis      ASU       SO    12    51        30         81        6.8       3.0
                      Josh Thomas        ULM       SR    12    51        27         78        6.5       3.0
                      Jonathan Cyprien   FIU       FR    12    48        30         78        6.5       0
                      Daylon McCoy       ULL       JR    9     34        21         55        6.1       1.5
                      Greg James         ULM       SR    12    56        17         73        6.1       0
                      Javon McKinnon     ASU       JR    9     33        20         53        5.9       0
                      M.D. Jennings      ASU       JR    11    37        27         64        5.8       0




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                              Game 1       Game 2          Game 3
                        Sept. 4 • Auburn                                 Sept. 11 • Louisiana                                Sept. 18 • ULM
                     Auburn, Ala. • 6:00 p.m.                            Lafayette, La. • TBA                              ASU Stadium • TBA




                             INFORMATION                                      INFORMATION                                      INFORMATION
                   Location . . . . . . . .Auburn, Alabama          Location . . . . .Lafayette, Louisiana           Location . . . . . . .Monroe, Louisiana
                   Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1856    Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1898    Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1931
                   Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24,602     Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15,193     Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9,004
                   Colors . .Burnt Orange & Navy Blue               Colors . . . . . . .Vermillion and White         Colors . . . . . . . . .Maroon and Gold
                   Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tigers     Nickname . . . . . . . . .Ragin’ Cajuns          Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . .Warhawks
                   Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SEC      Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC      Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC
                   Stadium . . . . .Jordan-Hare Stadium             Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cajun Field     Stadium . . . . . . . . .Malone Stadium
2010 O P PONENTS




                   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87,451   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31,000   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,427
                   Playing Surface . . . . .Natural Grass           Playing Surface . . . . . . . .Field Turf        Playing Surface . . . . . . . . .ProPlay
                   President . . . . . . . . . . . .Jay Gogue       President . . . .Dr. E. Joseph Savoie            President . .Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr.
                   Director of Athletics . . . .Jay Jacobs          Director of Athletics . .David Walker            Director of Athletics . .Bobby Staub
                   Head Coach . . . . . . . .Gene Chizik            Head Coach . . . . . . .Rickey Bustle            Head Coach . . . . . . . . . .Todd Berry
                   Football Phone . . . . .334-844-9890             Football Phone . . . . .337-482-6318             Football Phone . . . . .318-342-5375
                   Record at School (Years) . . .8-5(1)             Record at School (Years) .38-56(8)               Record at School (Years) .First Year
                   Career Record (Years) . . .13-24(3)              Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same            Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .13/14
                   Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . .15/7          Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .16/10           2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
                   2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5     2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6     Athletic Website .ulmwarhawks.com
                   Athletic Website .AuburnTigers.com               Athletic Website . .ragincajuns.com

                             Media Relations                                  Media Relations                                  Media Relations
                   Football Contact . . . .Kirk Sampson             Football Contact . . . . .Daryl Cetnar           Football Contact Adam Prendergast
                   E-Mail . . . . . . . . .kirk@auburn.edu          E-Mail . . .sportsinfo@louisiana.edu             E-Mail . . . . .prendergast@ulm.edu
                   Office Phone . . . . . . .334-844-9800           Office Phone . . . . . . .337-482-6331           Office Phone . . . . . . .318-342-5463
                   Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/A    Cell Phone . . . . . . . .337-654-6923           Cell Phone . . . . . . . .318-953-4234
                   Fax Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/A      Fax Number . . . . . . .337-482-6529             Fax Number . . . . . . .318-342-5464
                   Press Box Number . . . . . . . . . .N/A          Press Box Number . .337-851-2255                 Press Box Number . .318-342-5471

                               2009 Schedule                                    2009 Schedule                                    2009 Schedule
                   S. 4       Arkansas State               TBA      S. 4       at Georgia            TBA             S. 11      Arkansas                     TBA
                   S. 9       at Mississippi State         TBA      S. 11      Arkansas State        TBA             S. 18      at Arkansas State            TBA
                   S. 18      Clemson                      TBA      S. 25      Middle Tennessee      TBA             S. 25      SE Louisiana                 TBA
                   S. 25      South Carolina               TBA      O. 2       at North Texas        TBA             O. 2       at Auburn                    TBA
                   O. 2       Louisiana-Monroe             TBA      O. 8       Oklahoma State      8 p.m.            O. 9       Florida Atlantic             TBA
                   O. 9       at Kentucky                  TBA      O. 16      at Troy               TBA             O. 16      at Western Kentucky          TBA
                   O. 16      Arkansas                     TBA      O. 23      Western Kentucky      TBA             O. 23      at Middle Tennessee          TBA
                   O. 23      LSU                          TBA      O. 30      at Ohio               TBA             O. 30      Troy                         TBA
                   O. 30      at Ole Miss                  TBA      N. 6       at Mississippi        TBA             N. 6       at FIU                       TBA
                   N. 6       UT-Chattanooga               TBA      N. 13      at Florida Atlantic   TBA             N. 13      at LSU                       TBA
                   N. 13      Georgia                      TBA      N. 20      FIU                   TBA             N. 20      North Texas                  TBA
                   N. 26      at Alabama                   TBA      N. 27      at Louisiana-Monroe TBA               N. 27      Louisiana-Lafayette          TBA

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           Game 4       Game 5          Game 6
        Sept. 25 • Troy                             Oct. 2 • Louisville                              Oct. 9 • North Texas
     Troy, Ala. • 6:00 p.m.                       ASU Stadium • 6:00 p.m.                          Denton, Texas • 6:00 p.m.




          INFORMATION                                      INFORMATION                                      INFORMATION
Location . . . . . . . . . .Troy, Alabama        Location . . . . . .Louisville, Kentucky         Location . . . . . . . . . .Denton, Texas
Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1887    Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1798    Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1890
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28,225     Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24,000     Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36,206
Colors . .Cardinal, Silver, and Black            Colors . . . . . . . . . . .Red and Black        Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mean Green
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Trojans      Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cardinals      Nickname . . . . . . .Green and White
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC      Conference . . . . . . . . . . . .Big East       Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC
Stadium . .Veterans Memorial Stad.               Stadium .Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium            Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fouts Field




                                                                                                                                                   2010 O P PONENTS
Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,000   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57,000   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,500
Playing Surface . . . . . . .Astro Play          Playing Surface . . . . . .Sport Grass           Playing Surface . . . . . . . .Field Turf
President . . . .Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.           President . . . . .Dr. James Ramsey              President . . . . . . . .V. Lane Rawlins
Director of Athletics . .Steve Dennis            Director of Athletics . . . .Tom Jurich          Director of Athletics . .Rick Villarreal
Head Coach . . . . . .Larry Blakeney             Head Coach . . . . . . .Charlie Strong           Head Coach . . . . . . . . .Todd Dodge
Football Phone . . . . .334-670-3682             Football Phone . . . . .502-852-7775             Football Phone . . . . .940-565-3653
Record at School (Years) .153-77-1(19)           Record at School (Years) .First Year             Record at School (Years) . .5-31(3)
Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same            Career Record (Years) . . . . . . . .0-1         Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same
Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .13/13           Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .15/10           Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . .19/5
2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-4     2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-8     2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
Athletic Website . . .troytrojans.com            Athletic Website . . .UofLsports.com             Athletic Website . . . . .meangreensports.com

          Media Relations                                   Media Relations                                 Media Relations
Football Contact . . . . . .Ricky Hazel          Football Contact . .Rocco Gasparro               Football Contact . . . . . .Eric Capper
E-Mail . . . . . . . . .jehazel@troy.edu         E-Mail . .rocco.gasparro@louisville.edu          E-Mail . . . . . .Eric.Capper@unt.edu
Office Phone . . . . . . .334-670-3832           Office Phone . . . . . . .502-582-0113           Office Phone . . . . . . .940-565-2476
Cell Phone . . . . . . . .334-372-7032           Cell Phone . . . . . . . .502-636-3555           Cell Phone . . . . . . . .940-367-0727
Fax Number . . . . . . .334-670-5665             Fax Number . . . . . . .502-852-7401             Fax Number . . . . . . .940-565-3671
Press Box Number . .334-670-3229                 Press Box Number . . . . . . . . . .N/A          Press Box Number . .940-565-2476

            2009 Schedule                                  2009 Schedule (ET)                                 2009 Schedule
S. 4       Bowling Green         TBA             S. 4       Kentucky        3:30 p.m.             S. 4       at Clemson          2:30 p.m.
S. 11      at Oklahoma State     TBA             S. 11      Eastern Kentucky3:30 p.m.             S. 11      Rice                     TBA
S. 18      at UAB                TBA             S. 18      at Oregon State      TBA              S. 18      at Army                  TBA
S. 25      Arkansas State        TBA             O. 2       at Arkansas State 7 p.m.              S. 25      at Florida Atlantic      TBA
O. 5       at Middle Tenn.     7 p.m.            O. 9       Memphis              TBA              O. 2       Louisiana-Lafayette TBA
O. 16      Louisiana-Lafayette TBA               O. 15      Cincinnati         8 p.m.             O. 9       Arkansas State         6 p.m.
O. 30      at Louisiana-Monroe TBA               O. 23      Connecticut          TBA              O. 16      FIU                      TBA
N. 6       at North Texas        TBA             O. 30      at Pittsburgh        TBA              O. 30      at Western Kentucky TBA
N. 13      FIU                   TBA             N. 6       at Syracuse          TBA              N. 6       Troy                     TBA
N. 20      at South Carolina     TBA             N. 13      South Florida        TBA              N. 13      at Middle Tenn.          TBA
N. 27      Western Kentucky      TBA             N. 20      West Virginia        TBA              N. 20      at Louisiana-Monroe TBA
D. 6       at Florida Atlantic 1 p.m.            N. 26      at Rutgers           TBA              N. 27      Kansas State             TBA

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                              Game 7       Game 8          Game 9
                         Oct. 16 • Indiana                            Oct. 23 • Florida Atlantic Nov. 2 • Middle Tennessee
                     Bloomington, Ind. • 11:00 a.m.                     ASU Stadium • TBA         ASU Stadium • 6:00 p.m.




                             INFORMATION                                      INFORMATION                                      INFORMATION
                   Location . . . . . . .Bloomington, Ind.          Location . . . . . .Boca Raton, Florida          Location . . . . .Murfreesboro, Tenn.
                   Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1820    Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1961    Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1911
                   Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42,347     Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28,000     Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25,188
                   Colors . . . . . . .Cream and Crimson            Colors . . . . . . . .Scarlet and Cream          Colors . . . . . .Royal Blue and White
                   Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hoosiers       Nickname . . . . . . . . .Blue and Red           Nickname . . . . . . . . . .Blue Raiders
                   Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . .Big Ten      Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC      Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC
                   Stadium . . . . . . .Memorial Stadium            Stadium . . . . . . . .Lockhart Stadium          Stadium . . . . . . . . . .Floyd Stadium
2010 O P PONENTS




                   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52,692   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20,450   Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,788
                   Playing Surface . . . . . . . .Field Turf        Playing Surface . . . . .Natural Grass           Playing Surface . . . . .Synthetic Turf
                   President . . . . . .Michael McRobbie            President .Dr. Mary Jane Saunders                President . . . . .Dr. Sidney McPhee
                   Director of Athletics . . . .Fred Glass          Director of Athletics . .Craig Angelos           Director of Athletics .Chris Massaro
                   Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Lynch       Head Coach . .Howard Schnellenberger             Head Coach . . . . . . .Rick Stockstill
                   Football Phone . . . . .812-855-9618             Football Phone . . . . .561-297-1042             Football Phone . . . . .615-898-2926
                   Record at School (Years) .14-23 (3)              Record at School (Years) .53-55(9)               Record at School (Years) .27-23(4)
                   Career Record (Years) 95-90-3 (17)               Career Record (Years) . .153-132-3(25)           Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same
                   Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .14/10           Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .15/11           Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . .14/8
                   2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-8     2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7     2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-3
                   Athletic Website . . .IUHoosiers.com             Athletic Website . . . .fausports.com            Athletic Website .goblueraiders.com

                              Media Relations                                  Media Relations                                 Media Relations
                   Football Contact . . . . . . . .Jeff Keag        Football ContactKatrina McCormack                Football Contact . . . . .Mark Owens
                   E-Mail . . . . . . . .jkeag@indiana.edu          E-Mail . . . . . . . .kmccormi@fau.edu           E-Mail .owens@goblueraiders.com
                   Office Phone . . . . . . .812-855-6209           Office Phone . . . . . . .561-297-3163           Office Phone . . . . . . .615-898-2450
                   Cell Phone . . . . . . . .812-219-2925           Cell Phone . . . . . . . .561-251-5588           Cell Phone . . . . . . . .615-631-9520
                   Fax Number . . . . . . .812-855-9401             Fax Number . . . . . . .561-297-3499             Fax Number . . . . . . .615-898-5626
                   Press Box Number . .812-855-2754                 Press Box Number . .561-251-5588                 Press Box Number . .615-898-2312

                             2009 Schedule (ET)                               2009 Schedule (ET)                                 2009 Schedule
                   S. 2       Towson         7:30 p.m.              S. 2       at UAB              7 p.m.            S. 2       Minnesota        6:30 p.m.
                   S. 18      at Western Ky.    5 p.m.              S. 11      Michigan State     11 a.m.            S. 11      Austin Peay           TBA
                   S. 25      Akron             7 p.m.              S. 25      North Texas           TBA             S. 18      at Memphis            TBA
                   O. 2       Michigan            TBA               O. 2       at South Florida      TBA             S. 25      at ULL                TBA
                   O. 9       at Ohio State       TBA               O. 9       at Louisiana-Monroe TBA               O. 5       Troy                  TBA
                   O. 16      Arkansas State    Noon                O. 23      at Arkansas State TBA                 O. 16      at Georgia Tech       TBA
                   O. 23      at Illinois        Noon               O. 30      FIU                   TBA             O. 23      Louisiana-Monroe      TBA
                   O. 30      Northwestern        TBA               N. 6       at Western Kentucky TBA               N. 2       at Arkansas State 6 p.m.
                   N. 6       Iowa                TBA               N. 13      Louisiana-Lafayette TBA               N. 13      North Texas           TBA
                   N. 13      at Wisconsin        TBA               N. 20      at Texas              TBA             N. 20      at Western Kentucky TBA
                   N. 20      vs. Penn State      TBA               N. 27      at Middle Tenn.       TBA             N. 27      Florida Atlantic      TBA
                   N. 27      at Purdue           TBA               D. 4       Troy                1 p.m.            D. 4       at FIU                TBA

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          Game 10      Game 11        Game 12
 Nov. 13 • Western Kentucky  Nov. 20 • Navy                                                                     Nov. 27 • FIU
 ASU Stadium • 2:00 p.m. Annapolis, Md. • 2:30 p.m.                                                           Miami, Fla. • TBA




           INFORMATION                                       INFORMATION                                        INFORMATION
Location . . . . . .Bowling Green, Ky.            Location . . . . .Annapolis, Maryland               Location . . . . . . . . . .Miami, Florida
Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1906     Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1845       Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1972
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20,712      Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,400       Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38,000
Colors . . . . . . . . . . .Red and White         Colors . . . . . . .Navy Blue and Gold              Colors . . . . . . . . . . . .Blue and Gold
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . .Hilltoppers       Nickname . . . . . .Mids, Midshipmen                Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . .Panthers
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC       Conference . . . . . . . . .Independent             Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SBC
Stadium . .Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium Stadium . . . .Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium   Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . .FIU Stadium




                                                                                                                                                       2010 O P PONENTS
Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22,113    Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34,000      Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18,000
Playing Surface . . . . . . . .Field Turf         Playing Surface . . . . . . . .Field Turf           Playing Surface . . . . . . . .AstroPlay
President . . . . . .Dr. Gary Ransdell            President . . .Admiral Jeffrey Fowler               President . .Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg
Director of Athletics . . . .Ross Bjork           Director of Athletics .Chet Gladchuk                Director of Athletics . . .Pete Garcia
Head Coach . . . . . . . .Willie Taggart          Head Coach . . . . .Ken Niumatalolo                 Head Coach . . . . . .Mario Cristobal
Football Phone . . . . .270-745-2984              Football Phone . . . . .410-293-2241                Football Phone . . . . .305-348-4150
Record at School (Years) .First Year              Record at School (Years) .18-10(3)                  Record at School (Years) . .9-27(3)
Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same             Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same               Career Record (Years) . . . . . .Same
Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . .20/5           Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .15/11              Starters Returning/Lost . . . . .22/15
2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-12       2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-4         2009 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-9
Athletic Website . . .wkusports.com               Athletic Website . . .navysports.com                Athletic Website . . . . .fiusports.com

          Media Relations                                    Media Relations                                    Media Relations
Football Contact . . . . .Todd Stewart            Football Contact .Scott Strasemeier                 Football Contact . . . . .Paul Dodson
E-Mail . . . . .todd.stewart@wku.edu              E-Mail . . . . . . .sstrasem@usna.edu               E-Mail . . . . . . . . .pdodson@fiu.edu
Office Phone . . . . . . .270-745-3161            Office Phone . . . . . . .410-293-8775              Office Phone . . . . . . .305-348-3164
Cell Phone . . . . . . . .270-991-9750            Cell Phone . . . . . . . .443-336-9023              Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/A
Fax Number . . . . . . .270-745-3444              Fax Number . . . . . . .410-293-8954                Fax Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/A
Press Box Number . .270-745-3542                                                                      Press Box Number . . . . . . . . . .N/A

              2009 Schedule                2009 Schedule (ET)                                                     2009 Schedule
S. 4        at Nebraska         TBA S. 6    Maryland            3 p.m.                                S. 11      Rutgers                    7 p.m.
S. 11       at Kentucky         TBA S. 11 Ga. Southern       2:30 p.m.                                S. 18      at Texas A&M                 TBA
S. 18       Indiana             TBA S. 18 at Louisiana Tech 6 p.m.                                    S. 25      at Maryland                  TBA
S. 25       at South Florida    TBA O. 2    at Air Force     1:30 p.m.                                O. 2       at Pittsburgh                TBA
O. 9        at FIU              TBA O. 9    at Wake Forest        TBA                                 O. 9       Western Kentucky             TBA
O. 16       Louisiana-Monroe    TBA O. 16 SMU                2:30 p.m.                                O. 16      at North Texas               TBA
O. 23       at ULL              TBA O. 23 Notre Dame           11 a.m.                                O. 30      at Florida Atlantic          TBA
O. 30       North Texas         TBA O. 30 Duke               2:30 p.m.                                N. 6       North Texas                  TBA
N. 6        Florida Atlantic    TBA N. 6    at East Carolina 2:30 p.m.                                N. 13      at Troy                      TBA
N. 13       at Arkansas State 2 p.m. N. 13 Central Michigan 2:30 p.m.                                 N. 20      at ULL                       TBA
N. 20       Middle Tenn.        TBA N. 20 Arkansas State 2:30 p.m.                                    N. 27      Arkansas State               TBA
N. 27       at Troy             TBA D. 11 Army               1:30 p.m.                                D. 4       Middle Tennessee             TBA

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                   Arkansas State has played Memphis a school-record 55 times since the teams first met in 1914. ASU is
                   scheduled to face Memphis during the 2011-13 seasons. Many of the ASU-Memphis games have had
                   thrilling finishes, including the 2006 game (pictured above) when A-State converted a hail mary pass as
                   time expired for a 26-23 victory.
                                                      First Last      Scoring                                             First Last      Scoring
                   Opponent                         Game Game W L T ASU Opp.         Opponent                           Game Game W L T ASU Opp.
                   Abilene Christian . . . . . 1953 1973 9 2 1 302 236               Christian Brothers (TN) 1912 1914 1 1 1 54 20
                   Akron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1988 1991 1 1 0 36 40           Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . 1975 1998 1 1 0 21 60
                   Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . 1982 2008 0 2 0 7       69        Colorado State . . . . . . . 1991 1994 0 2 0 27 86
                   Alabama-Birmingham. . 1996 1997 0 2 0 24 55                       Citadel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1960 1970 3 5 0 105 108
                   Alumni (Arkansas St.). . 1923 1931 2 0 1 30              0        Concordia (Neb.) . . . . . 1956 1956 1 0 0 56              0
                   Arkansas-Little Rock . . 1921 1934 2 2 1 41 51                    Corning (Ark.) HS. . . . . 1912 1912 1 0 0 6               0
                   Arkansas-Monticello. . . 1922 1947 8 7 2 182 214                  Corry Field (Fla.) . . . . . 1951 1951 1 0 0 53            0
                   Arkansas College . . . . . 1913 1996 8 12 2 258 392               Delaware . . . . . . . . . . . 1986 1986 1 0 0 55 14
                   Arkansas Tech . . . . . . . 1919 1958 3 4 0 149 153               Delta State . . . . . . . . . . 1936 1988 4 4 1 131 167
                   Army. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 2006 1 1 0 24 44           Drake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1968 1978 4 0 1 91 71
                   Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 2006 0 1 0 0      27        East Carolina . . . . . . . . 1992 1996 0 2 0 34 69
                   Austin (Tex.) College . . 1954 1955 1 1 0 60 80                   Eastern Kentucky . . . . . 1986 1986 1 0 0 24 10
                   Austin Peay State. . . . . 1940 1996 5 2 0 106 75                 Eastern Michigan . . . . . 1968 1976 2 1 0 70 46
                   Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 2001 0 1 0 3    24        Eastern New Mexico . . 1969 1972 2 0 0 92 27
                   Bethel (Ky.) College . . . 1931 1931 1 0 0 13            0        East Texas State . . . . . 1953 1987 4 0 1 170 60
                   Bethel (Tenn.) College . 1921 1931 2 0 0 41              0        Ellington (Ill.) AFB. . . . . 1952 1952 1 0 0 48           0
                   Boise State. . . . . . . . . . 1999 2000 0 2 0 24 105             Emporia (Kan.) State . . 1952 1953 2 0 0 79 26
                   Bowling Green . . . . . . . 1974 1974 0 1 0 0           17        Evansville . . . . . . . . . . . 1946 1946 0 0 1 6         6
                   Bradley . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1946 1946 0 1 0 2     26        Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1958 1993 0 2 0 13 95
                   Brigham Young. . . . . . . 1996 1996 0 1 0 9            58        Florida Atlantic . . . . . . . 2005 2009 2 3 0 80 112
                   Camp Breckinridge (Ky.)1951 1951 1 0 0 46 12                      Florida International . . . 2005 2009 4 1 0 172 86
                   Camp Pike (Ark.) . . . . . 1919 1920 1 1 0 25 28                  Georgia. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 2001 0 2 0 24 83
                   Caruthersville (Mo.) JC. 1930 1930 0 0 1 0               0        Georgia Southern. . . . . 1986 1986 0 1 0 21 48
                   Centenary Freshmen . . 1929 1929 1 0 0 27 14                      Grambling. . . . . . . . . . . 1985 1985 1 0 0 10          7
                   Central Arkansas . . . . . 1916 1997 9 12 2 294 367               Hawaii. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 1998 1 0 0 20       0
                   Central Florida . . . . . . . 1991 1991 0 1 0 20 31               Henderson State . . . . . 1914 1951 5 1 2 133 59
                   Central Michigan . . . . . 1981 1981 1 0 0 26 23                  Hendrix. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1913 1939 1 11 1 15 309
                   Central Missouri State . 1959 1970 2 0 0 92 27                    Idaho . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1975 2004 4 4 0 213 258
                   Centre (Ky.) . . . . . . . . . 1946 1947 2 0 0 59        0        Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 2002 0 2 0 10 100

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Opponent                         Game      Game    W    L    T   ASU Opp.        Opponent                         Game Game W L T ASU Opp.
Illinois State . . . . . . . . . 1973       1989    4    0   0   125 42          Pittsburg (Kan.) State. . 1951 1989 2 1 0 74 41
Illinois Wesleyan. . . . . . 1945           1946   1     1   0    26 27          Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . 1979 2000 1 2 0 71 57
Indiana State . . . . . . . . 1973          1976    1    1   0    30 34          Sam Houston State . . . 1986 1999 2 0 0 93 27
Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009     2009    0    1   0    21 24          San Jose State. . . . . . . 1995 2002 1 1 0 35 40
Jackson State. . . . . . . . 1987           1987    1    0   0    35 32          St. Louis . . . . . . . . . . . . 1923 1935 0 2 0 7     85
Jacksonville State. . . . . 1995            2001   1    1    0    65 37          St. Mary (Kan.) . . . . . . . 1962 1963 2 0 0 102 21
Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1981       1981    0    1   0    16 17          San Diego State . . . . . . 1976 1976 0 1 0 14 24
Kansas State . . . . . . . . 1948           1980    0    2   0    13 68          South Dakota . . . . . . . . 1961 1962 2 0 0 39          9
Kearney State. . . . . . . . 1953           1953   1    0    0    32    0        South Dakota State . . . 1952 1963 1 1 0 23 24
Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1964      1989   15   10   1   590 348         Southeast Missouri. . . . 1916 2003 4 7 1 97 160
Lambuth . . . . . . . . . . . . 1926        1928    2    0   0    33    6        Southeastern Louisiana 1954 1970 3 1 0 50 73
Lewis (Ill.) . . . . . . . . . . . 1952     1955    4    0   0   142 13          Southeastern Oklahoma1957 1957 1 0 0 32                  7
Louisiana College. . . . . 1919             1929    1    0   0     6    0        Southern Arkansas. . . . 1924 1958 7 10 0 247 205
Louisiana-Lafayette . . . 1953              2009   17   20   1   739 724         Southern Illinois . . . . . . 1915 1995 28 9 1 854 469
Louisiana-Monroe. . . . . 1959              2009   17   14   0   658 608         Southern Methodist . . . 2006 2007 1 1 0 54 83
Louisiana State. . . . . . . 1991           2004   0     3   0    23 165         Southern Mississippi . . 1960 2008 2 9 0 100 232
Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . 1956           1998   12   25   0   611 900         Southern Utah . . . . . . . 1997 2002 1 1 0 62 50
Louisville. . . . . . . . . . . . 2009      2009   0    1    0    13 21          Southwest Missouri St.. 1991 1998 2 1 0 83 88
Mayfield (Ky.) . . . . . . . . 1924         1927    2    0   0    25    7        Southwestern (Tenn.) . . 1914 1937 0 5 0 12 183
McNeese State. . . . . . . 1972             1989    8    8   1   297 284         Stephen F. Austin . . . . . 1964 1965 2 0 0 20           6
Memphis All-Stars . . . . 1913              1913    1    0   0    67    0        Stetson . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1951 1951 0 1 0 20 35
Memphis Navy . . . . . . . 1949             1952    2    1   0    87 20          Tampa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1958 1959 0 2 0 27 34
Memphis (State). . . . . . 1914             2008   22   28   5   741 1079        Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . 2007 2007 0 1 0 27 48
Memphis Univ. School . 1913                 1913    1    0   0    21    0        Tenn.-Chattanooga. . . . 1972 1984 5 2 0 144 60




                                                                                                                                                                ALL-TIME SE RIES
Miami (Fla.) . . . . . . . . . 1997         1997    0    1   0    10 42          Tennessee-Martin. . . . . 1930 2005 10 3 1 357 152
Middle Tennessee . . . . 1948               2009   2     9   0   140 328         Tennesee Tech . . . . . . . 1933 1969 8 10 0 237 301
Millsaps . . . . . . . . . . . . 1929       1929   0     1   0     0   46        Texarkana JC . . . . . . . . 1929 1929 0 1 0 6          16
Minnesota. . . . . . . . . . . 1995         1998    0    2   0    21 72          Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 2007 0 1 0 13 21
Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . 1914        2004   1    20   2   236 683         Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . 1983 2008 1 3 0 50 100
Mississippi College. . . . 1948             1987   4    1    0   115 31          Texas-Arlington. . . . . . . 1964 1985 13 8 1 561 385
Mississippi Delta JC . . . 1940             1941   0     1   1     7   75        Texas Christian. . . . . . . 1999 2000 0 2 0 24 70
Mississippi State. . . . . . 1950           1994   0    15   1   129 603         Texas Southern . . . . . . 2008 2008 1 0 0 83 10
Mississippi State “B”. . . 1945             1945    0    1   0     0   43        Texas Tech . . . . . . . . . . 1995 1995 0 1 0 25 63
Mississippi Valley State 1995               2009   2    0    0   116 3           Toledo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1990 1992 0 2 0 28 92
Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004       2005    0    2   0    37 96          Trinity (Tex.) . . . . . . . . . 1964 1972 6 3 0 194 150
Missouri-Rolla. . . . . . . . 1939          1941    0    3   0    18 129         Troy (State) . . . . . . . . . 1951 2009 5 4 0 157 188
Missouri Valley . . . . . . . 1949          1950   2     0   0    28 26          Tulsa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1978 2003 2 2 0 79 101
Montana State . . . . . . . 1960            1984    0    3   0    26 67          Utah State . . . . . . . . . . 1995 2004 2 3 0 82 137
Mountain Home College1928                   1928    1    0   0    59    0        Union (Tenn.) . . . . . . . . 1916 1950 5 5 0 121 150
Murray State. . . . . . . . . 1955          1966    9    3   0   297 189         Virginia Tech. . . . . . . . . 1994 2002 0 2 0 14 147
Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . 2009         2009    0    1   0     9   38        Washington (Mo.) . . . . . 1947 1947 0 1 0 14 40
Nevada. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1985        1999    2    3   0   104 157         Western Illinois . . . . . . . 1959 1959 0 1 0 19 22
Nevada-Las Vegas. . . . 1995                1995    0    1   0    23 28          Western Kentucky . . . . 1947 2009 2 1 1 70 60
New Mexico State . . . . 1993               2003    2    6   0   185 224         Western Michigan. . . . . 1967 1968 1 1 0 21 28
Nicholls State . . . . . . . . 2001         2001    0    1   0    22 28          Wichita State . . . . . . . . 1970 1973 2 2 0 81 48
North Alabama . . . . . . . 1950            1966   12    4   1   325 190         Wisconsin-Whitewater . 1961 1961 0 1 0 7                 8
North Carolina State. . . 2000              2000    0    1   0    31 38          Wyoming . . . . . . . . . . . 1979 1990 0 2 0 41 51
North Dakota . . . . . . . . 1970           1970    1    0   0    23 18          Xavier (Ohio) . . . . . . . . 1946 1973 1 1 0 37 26
North Dakota State. . . . 1968              1968    0    1   0    14 23
North Texas . . . . . . . . . 1983          2009   11    8   0   456 471                           Most Played Rivalries
Northern Illinois . . . . . . 1990          1996    1    6   0   102 201         1. Memphis..............................................................55
Northern Iowa. . . . . . . . 1987           1987    0    1   0    28 49
                                                                                 2. Louisiana-Lafayette.............................................38
Northwestern Louisiana 1948                 1992    6    5   0   212 202
Northwest Mississippi JC1932                1940    2    0   1    79    6           Southern Illinois...................................................38
Ohio Northern. . . . . . . . 1952           1952    1    0   0    47    0        4. Louisiana Tech ....................................................37
Oklahoma. . . . . . . . . . . 1992          2000    0    2   0     7 100         5. Louisiana-Monroe ...............................................31
Oklahoma State . . . . . . 2005             2006    0    2   0    17 55          6. Lamar..................................................................26
Ouachita Baptist. . . . . . 1915            1950   4     7   0   110 178         7. Mississippi...........................................................23
Pacific. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1993     1994    0    2   0    22 50             Central Arkansas.................................................23
Paragould Business Col.1915                 1915    1    0   0    26    0
                                                                                 9. Texas-Arlington ...................................................22
Paragould (Ark.) HS . . . 1911              1912    3    1   0    39 11
Pensacola Navy . . . . . . 1947             1947    1    0   0     7    6           Arkansas College ................................................22

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                        Crowd                     Site                                             Opponent                                                Year                                    Score
                        102,368. . . . . . . Knoxville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007. . . . . . . . . . . . . UT, 48-27
                        92,138. . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008. . . . . . . . . Alabama, 35-0
                        91,611. . . . . . . . Baton Rouge, La.. . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana State . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . LSU, 53-3
                        86,520. . . . . . . . Athens, Ga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . UG, 45-17
                        85,035. . . . . . . . Lincoln, Neb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UN, 38-9
                        84,440. . . . . . . . Austin, Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007. . . . . . . . . . . . . UT, 21-13
                        84,051. . . . . . . . Gainesville, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1993. . . . . . . . . . . . . . UF, 44-6
                        80,051. . . . . . . . Baton Rouge, La.. . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . LSU, 42-6
                        79,145. . . . . . . . Athens, Ga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UG, 38-7
                        78,943. . . . . . . . Auburn, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 . . . . . . . . . . Auburn, 27-0
                        78,691. . . . . . . . College Station, Texas. . . . . . . Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 18-14
                        75,804. . . . . . . . College Station, Texas. . . . . . . Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . A&M, 26-11
                        74,730. . . . . . . . Norman, Okla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . OU, 45-7
                        67,989. . . . . . . . Iowa City, Iowa. . . . . . . . . . . . . Iowa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UI, 24-21
                        67,459. . . . . . . . Birmingham, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UA, 34-7
                        66,761. . . . . . . . Norman, Okla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . OU, 61-0
                        63,681. . . . . . . . Provo, Utah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . BYU, 58-9
                        62,024. . . . . . . . Baton Rouge, La.. . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1991 . . . . . . . . . . . LSU, 70-14
                        57,500. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 17-13
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                        57,012. . . . . . . . Columbia, Mo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 52-20
                        55,204. . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 52-17
                        54,676. . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 28-21
                        54,016. . . . . . . . Blacksburg, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002. . . . . . . . . . . . . . VT, 63-7
                        51,286. . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 55-0
                        50,178. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . Tie, 24-24
                        50,123. . . . . . . . College Station, Texas. . . . . . . Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . A&M, 38-0
                        46,817. . . . . . . . Stillwater, Okla. . . . . . . . . . . . . Oklahoma State. . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . OSU, 20-10
                        46,419. . . . . . . . . . Raleigh, N.C.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . North Carolina State. . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 . . . . . . . NCSU, 38-31 (2OT)
                        46,258. . . . . . . . . . Champaign, Ill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UI, 59-7
                        45,282. . . . . . . . College Station, Texas. . . . . . . Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1984 . . . . . . . . . . . A&M, 22-21
                        44,511. . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 38-14
                        42,742. . . . . . . . Minneapolis, Minn.. . . . . . . . . . Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 55-7
                        40,112. . . . . . . . Minnespolis, Minn.. . . . . . . . . . Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 17-14
                        39,566. . . . . . . . Starkville, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi State . . . . . . . . . . . 1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . MSU, 56-6
                        39,000. . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 42-13
                        38,626. . . . . . . . Blacksburg, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994. . . . . . . . . . . . . . VT, 34-7
                        38,452. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1991 . . . . . . . . . . . MSU, 31-21
                        38,116. . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 30-17
                        38,106. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1984 . . . . . . . . . . . . MSU, 17-2
                        38,093. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 38-16
                        37,521. . . . . . . . Lubbock, Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995 . . . . . . . . . . . . . TT, 63-25
                        36,791. . . . . . . . San Diego, Calif. . . . . . . . . . . . San Diego State . . . . . . . . . . . 1976 . . . . . . . . . . . SDS, 24-14
                        36,510. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1986 . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 30-10
                        34,227. . . . . . . . Champaign, Ill.. . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UI, 41-3
                        33,980. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State . . . . . . . . . . . . 1983 . . . . . . . . . . . . Tie, 14-14
                        33,878. . . . . . . . Starkville, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi State . . . . . . . . . . . 1993 . . . . . . . . . . . . Tie, 15-15
                        33,500. . . . . . . . Starkville, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi State . . . . . . . . . . . 1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . MSU, 24-9
                        32,906. . . . . . . . Kansas City, Mo. . . . . . . . . . . . Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . MU, 44-17
                        32,580. . . . . . . . Manhattan, Kan. . . . . . . . . . . . Kansas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . KSU, 31-7
                        31,167. . . . . . . . Fort Worth, Texas . . . . . . . . . . TCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . TCU, 52-3
                        32,100. . . . . . . . Lawrence, Kan. . . . . . . . . . . . . Kansas (ABC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1981 . . . . . . . . . . . . KU, 17-16
                        31,915. . . . . . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . . 1980 . . . . . . . . . . . . USM, 35-0
                        31,758. . . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 26-23
                        30,427. . . . . . . . JONESBORO . . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 47-35
                        30,215. . . . . . . . Starkville, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . Mississippi State . . . . . . . . . . . 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . MSU, 31-10

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30,427. . . . . . . . Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-18-04. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 47-35
29,465. . . . . . . . Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13-97. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 36-35
27,774. . . . . . . . Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-27-07. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 35-31
25,938. . . . . . . . Southern Miss . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13-08. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . USM, 27-24
25,112. . . . . . . . Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5-96. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 17-7
24,256. . . . . . . . Middle Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . 9-20-08. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 31-14
23,641. . . . . . . . Troy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-26-09. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Day . . . . . . . . . . . . Troy, 30-27
23,426. . . . . . . . Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2-06. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 14-6
22,745. . . . . . . . Louisiana-Monroe . . . . . . . . . . 10-11-08 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 37-29
22,368. . . . . . . . Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-6-01. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . UM, 35-17
21,741. . . . . . . . Texas Southern . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6-08. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 83-10
21,134. . . . . . . . Southeast Missouri . . . . . . . . . 9-13-03. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 21-3
21,056. . . . . . . . Mississippi Valley State . . . . . . 9-5-09. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 61-0
20,949. . . . . . . . Southwest Missouri State . . . . 10-26-91. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . SMS, 37-20
20,548. . . . . . . . Tennessee-Martin . . . . . . . . . . 9-6-03. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . . . ASU, 63-6
20,367. . . . . . . . Florida Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-22-05. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . ASU, 3-0 (OT)
19,357. . . . . . . . New Mexico State . . . . . . . . . . 9-11-93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nite . . . . . . . . . . NMSU, 22-19
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Year                       Total                              Games                                            Average                              Rec
2009. . . . . . . . . . . 88,445. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,689. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
2008 . . . . . . . . . . 105,525 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (4 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,105. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
2007 . . . . . . . . . . 102,237 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (5 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,040. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
2006. . . . . . . . . . . 71,528. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (3 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,882. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
2005. . . . . . . . . . . 77,382. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (5 nite). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,476. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
2004. . . . . . . . . . . 61,307. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (4 nite) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,327. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
2003 . . . . . . . . . . 87,439* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (3 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,826. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
2002. . . . . . . . . . . 60,702. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (3 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,199. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
2001. . . . . . . . . . . 69,687. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,614. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
2000. . . . . . . . . . . 57,571. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,514 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
1999. . . . . . . . . . . 60,022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,044. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
1998. . . . . . . . . . . 63,652. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (6 day). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,609. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
1997. . . . . . . . . . . 71,721. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (3 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,344. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
1996. . . . . . . . . . . 72,863. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (3 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,565. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
1995. . . . . . . . . . . 50,850. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (3 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,475. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
1994. . . . . . . . . . . 34,763. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (2 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,691 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
1993. . . . . . . . . . . 61,320. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (3 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,264 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8-1
1992. . . . . . . . . . . 44,500. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (4 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,125. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
1991 . . . . . . . . . . 104,727 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (3 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,454 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
1990. . . . . . . . . . . 45,958. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Three (1 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,319 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7-1
1989. . . . . . . . . . . 77,864. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (4 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,573. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
1988. . . . . . . . . . . 53,128. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (3 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,295. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
1987. . . . . . . . . . . 78,876. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (4 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,775 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4-1
1986 . . . . . . . . . . 106,310 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (4 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,289 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2-1
1985. . . . . . . . . . . 73,786. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (3 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,298. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
1984. . . . . . . . . . . 50,103. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Six (5 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,351 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4-1
1983. . . . . . . . . . . 52,956. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (3 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,239 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5-1
1982. . . . . . . . . . . 68,135. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,627. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
1981. . . . . . . . . . . 62,697. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (2 nite, 3 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,539. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
1980. . . . . . . . . . . 61,282. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (4 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,257. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
1979. . . . . . . . . . . 75,320. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (3 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,064. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
1978. . . . . . . . . . . 63,226. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four (3 nite, 1 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,645. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
1977. . . . . . . . . . . 57,694. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (3 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,539. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
1976. . . . . . . . . . . 53,754. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (5 nite). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,751. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
1975. . . . . . . . . . . 64,160. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (3 nite, 2 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,832 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-0
1974. . . . . . . . . . . 42,735. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Five (5 day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,547 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
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                                        ALEX CARRINGTON                                    DAVID JOHNSON             TYRELL JOHNSON
                           2010 NFL Draft, Buffalo Bills 3rd Round Selection            2009 NFL Draft, Steelers   2008 NFL Draft, Vikings
                             First SBC Player Selected in 2010 NFL Draft                      7th Round                  2nd Round

                                                            RED WOLVES IN THE PROS, SUPER BOWL
                               There has been at least one Red Wolf on 31 of 32 NFL teams so far. The only team yet to have a former ASU
                           player is the Carolina Panthers, and defensive back Darren Toney signed a rookie free agent contract with them
                           in 2009. The team most frequented by ASU alums is the Philadelphia Eagles, with 11, followed closely by the
                           NewYork Jets with 10. The Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago/ St. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals are next with nine. The
                           Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos follow with seven former Red Wolves.
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                               Arkansas State has had more than 100 players sign pro contracts. From Clifton Mack in 1939 to Alex Carrington
                           in 2010, the Red Wolves have a very long tradition of developing players that move on to the next level. Many
                           players have gone on to very long and successful careers at a number of different levels.
                               A total of six former players for ASU have played in the Super Bowl, and six coaches have experience in pro
                           football’s biggest event.
                               Most recently, Super Bowl XLIII presented an especially intriguing match-up for Arkansas State fans with four
                           coaches, including Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin, participating that have ties to ASU’s football history.
                               The road to Super Bowl XLIII for Tomlin and two others on the Steelers’ coaching staff, linebackers coach Keith
                           Butler and wide receivers coach Randy Fichtner, went through Jonesboro in the mid-to-late 1990’s as assistant
                           coaches on the Arkansas State staff.
                               Working on the opposite sideline was Arizona assistant coach Maurice Carthon, who played running back at
                           Arkansas State from 1979-82. Carthon also played in Super Bowls XXI and XXV for the New York Giants, brought
                           home a pair of championship rings, and was an assistant coach on the 1996 Super Bowl runner-up New England
                           Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI.
                               The most recent former ASU player to compete in the Super Bowl was A-State record-holding punter Kyle
                           Richardson, who was on the World Champion Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV.
                               Ray Perkins, former ASU head football coach in 1992, played in Super Bowls III and V with the Baltimore Colts,
                           and was the offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI.
                               LB Bill Bergey and RB Leroy Harris played in Super Bowl XII with the Philadelphia Eagles.
                               DB Oren Middlebrook (who went by Orna while at ASU) played in Super Bowl XII for the Denver Broncos. For-
                           mer assistant coach Dennis “Dirt” Winston played in four Super Bowls (IX, X, XIII, XIV) with the Pittsburgh Steel-
                           ers.
                                     RED WOLVES’ PROFESSIONAL DRAFT SELECTIONS AND FREE AGENT SIGNINGS
                              2010: Alex Carrington, Buffalo Bills (3rd round),    2006: Shermar Bracey, Green Bay Packers (free
                           Daylan Walker, Atlanta Falcons (free agent), Marcus   agent), Nick Noce, Dallas Cowboys (free agent), An-
                           Brown, Seattle Seahawks (free agent) Stanley          tonio Warren, Cleveland Browns (free agent)
                           Wakwe, BC Lions (free agent)                            2005: Steven Gibbs, Seattle Seahawks (free
                              2009: David Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers (7th      agent)
                           round)                                                  2004: Corey Williams, Green Bay Packers (6th
                              2008: Tyrell Johnson, Minnesota Vikings (2nd       round) – Jon Bradley, Philadelphia Eagles (free
                           round), Darren Toney, Carolina Panthers (free agent), agent), Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Detroit Lions – James
                           Khayyam Burns, Kansas City Chiefs (free agent)        Hickenbotham, Saskatchewan Rough Riders (free
                              2007: Oren O’Neal, Oakland Raiders (6th round)     agent) – Lamar Lee, Saskatchewan Rough Riders

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    OREN O’NEAL               COREY WILLIAMS                    JON BRADLEY                    CLEO LEMON
2007 NFL Draft, Raiders     Packers 2004-07, Browns           Bucaneers 2004-06,             Chargers, Dolphis,
      6th Round               2008-09, Lions 2010               Lions 2007-08                 Jagaurs, 2004-09
(free agent) – Tommy Miller, Lubbock Lone Stars (free        round), Buffalo Bills – Tyrone Jones, Philadelphia Ea-
agent) – Segun Ajigbeda, Birmingham Steeldogs (free          gles (free agent), Montreal Machine
agent)                                                          1987: Greg Lee, Pittsburgh Steelers (free agent),
   2003: Garry Johnson, Cincinnati Bengals (free             Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Riders – Steve Samp-
agent)                                                       son, Dallas Cowboys (free agent), Seattle Seahawks
   2002: Garrick Jones, Jacksonville Jaguars (free           – Jim Wiseman, Phoenix Cardinals (free agent)




                                                                                                                          RE D WOLVES IN THE P ROS
agent), Kansas City Chiefs, Houston Texans -                    1986: Michael Adams, New Orleans Saints (3rd
Jonathan Adams, New Orleans Saints, (free agent),            round), Phoenix Cardinals, Sacramento Surge – El-
Phoenix Cardinals - Nick Gatto, Orlando Predators            bert Shelley, Atlanta Falcons (11th round) – Rickey
(free agent), Dallas Desperados, Chicago Rush, De-           Jemison, Washington Redskins (free agent) – Vincent
troit Fury, Texas Copperheads                                Barnett, Green Bay Packers (free agent), Cleveland
   2001: Robert Kilow, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (free            Browns – Cazzy Francis, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
agent), St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, Chicago Rush,         (free agent)
Arkansas Twisters – Cleo Lemon, Green Bay Pack-                 1985: Ray Brown, St. Louis Cardinals (8th round),
ers, Baltimore Ravens (free agent), Memphis Explor-          Washington Redskins, San Francisco 49ers, Detroit
ers, San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Toronto             Lions – Michael Cline, Green Bay Packers (8th
Argonauts – Jacquis Walker, Jacksonville Jaguars             round), Arizona Outlaws (9th round), Ottawa Roughrid-
(free agent) – Reginald Cooley, Arkansas Twisters            ers, Indianapolis Colts – Carter Ray Crawford, St.
   1999: Lennie Johnson, Arkansas Twisters –                 Louis Cardinals (free agent), Montreal Concorde –
Chappell Mitchell, Arkansas Twisters – J.J. Wash-            Stacy Gore, Memphis Showboats (free agent), Miami
ington, Los Angelse Avengers                                 Dolphins, Detroit Lions — Stacy Price, St. Louis Car-
   1998: Todd Frohbieter, St. Louis Rams (free               dinals (free agent), San Diego Chargers – Mitchell
agent) – Clarence Williams, British Columbia Lions           Young, Miami Dolphins (free agent), Denver Broncos,
(free agent)                                                 Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers
   1997: Corey Walker, Philladelphia Eagles (free               1984: Judious Lewis, Seattle Seahawks (8th
agent), Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders – Kyle             round) – Gill Stegall, Denver Gold (8th round), Mon-
Richardson, Rhein Fire (18th round), Miami Dolphins,         treal Alouettes, St. Louis Cardinals, Detroit Lions – Far-
Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens, Minnesota                rell Wilson, Dallas Cowboys (free agent), Detroit Lions
Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles                                    1983: Dwayne Pittman, Oklahoma Outlaws (4th
   1996: Carlos Emmons, Pittsburgh Steelers (7th             round), Memphis Showboats, Orlando Renegades –
round), Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants – Stefan        Bill Johnson, Denver Gold (17th round), Cincinnati
Gamlin, Frankfort Galaxy (free agent)                        Bengals – Erven Beasley, Dallas Cowboys (free
   1994: Kendricke Bullard, New England Patriots             agent) – Freddy Rogers, Montreal Concorde (free
(free agent), Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars           agent), Baltimore Stars – Gary Burton, Miami Dol-
   1992: Bryant Broady, New York Jets (free agent),          phins (free agent)
Shreveport Pirates                                              1982: Maurice Carthon, New Jersey Generals (8th
   1990: Jeff Fields, Los Angeles Rams (9th round) –         round), New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts – Waddell
Alex Shell, New York Giants (free agent), Orlando            Kelly, New England Patriots (12th round), Winnipeg
Predators                                                    Blue Bombers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Rick Fish-
   1989: Fred Barnett, Philadelphia Eagles (3rd              back, Los Angeles Raiders (free agent) – Henry Har-
round), Miami Dolphins                                       ris, Vancouver Lions (free agent) – Bruce Gartman,
   1988: Tim Smiley, Washington Redskins (5th                Memphis Showboats (free agent)

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                                 RAY BROWN                  FRED BARNETT                  MAURICE CARTHON                 BILL BERGEY
                           Former Pro Bowl selec-         1993 Pro Bowl selec-           Played in Super Bowls        Named one of the 300
                           tion that played 20 sea-     tion and member of the            XXI and XXV for the         greatest players of all
                               sons in the NFL           1990 All-Madden Team               New York Giants              time in the NFL.

                               1981: Ken Armbrust, Denver Broncos (free agent),              1973: Doug Lowery, New York Jets (15th round) –
                           Denver Gold – Paul Gilbow, Denver Broncos (free               Vince Ancell, St. Louis Cardinals (17th round)
                           agent), Memphis Showboats – John McCaughey,                       1971 — Bill Phillips, Denver Broncos (3rd round),
                           Oakland Raiders (free agent) – Jerry Mack, Birming-           New England Patriots – Calvin Harrell, Edmonton Es-
                           ham Stallions (free agent), Memphis Showboats – Lev-          kimos (5th round by Miami Dolphins) – Dennis Meyer,
RE D WOLVES IN THE P ROS




                           eren Tillman, Oakland Raiders (free agent)                    Pittsburgh Steelers (6th round), Portland Thunder, At-
                               1979: Gene Bradley, Buffalo Bills (2nd round), New        lanta Falcons, Calgary Stampeders – Wayne Dorton,
                           Jersey Generals – Danny Cook, New Orleans Saints              New Orleans Saints (6th round), Winnipeg Blue
                           (free agent) – Ron Norman, Memphis Showboats (free            Bombers, Philadephia Eagles – Steve Lockhart, New
                           agent), Birmingham Stallions                                  Orleans Saints (12th round) – James Hamilton,
                               1978: Dikki Dyson, Dallas Cowboys (free agent) –          Cincinnati Bengals (13th round), San Diego Chargers
                           Ed Preston (track), Dallas Cowboys (free agent), Win-             1970: Chet Douthit, Miami Dolphins (free agent)
                           nipeg Blue Bombers, St. Louis Cardinals, Green Bay                1969: Clovis Swinney, New Orleans Saints (3rd
                           Packers, Birmingham Stallions, Montreal Concorde              round), New York Jets, Houston Oilers, Southern Cal-
                               1977: Hugh Crisp, Chicago Bears (free agent)              ifornia Suns – Ken Bennett, Dallas Cowboys (free
                               1976: Leroy Harris, Miami Dolphins (5th round),           agent)
                           Philladelphia Eagles – T.J. Humphreys, Philladelphia              1968: Bill Bergey, Cincinnati Bengals (2nd round),
                           Eagles (9th round) – Joel Mullins, Green Bay Packers          Philadelphia Eagles – Gary Crane, Denver Broncos
                           (9th round), Edmonton Eskimos – Robert Speer, At-             (14th round), Birmingham Vulcans, Hawaii Islanders –
                           lanta Falcons (9th round) – Denver Latimore, Cleve-           Frank McGuigan, Philadephia Eagles (free agent),
                           land Browns (free agent) – Ron Meeks, New York                New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots, Philade-
                           Giants (free agent), Hamilton Tiger Cats, Ottawa              phia Bell
                           Rough Riders, Toronto Argonauts, Montreal Concorde                1967: Ron Worthen, Green Bay Packers (10th
                           – Orna Middlebrook, Denver Broncos (10th round),              round)
                           Philadelphia Eagles – Roy Painter, New York Jets                  1965: Dan Summers, Chicago Bears (free agent)
                           (free agent), Edmonton Eskimos                                – H.K. Reeves, Dallas Cowboys (free agent)
                               1975: Ken Jones, Buffalo Bills (2nd round), New               1962: Sammy Weir, New York Jets (free agent),
                           York Jets – Dick Dixon, Seattle Seahawks (7th round),         Houston Oilers – Billy Joe Turner, Cleveland Browns
                           Philadelphia Eagles – Jerry Muckensturm, Chicago              (free agent), Ottawa Roughriders – Dick Martillo, Mon-
                           Bears (7th round) – Jimmy Lisko, Denver Broncos (9th          treal Alouettes (free agent)
                           round), New York Jets – Eddie Morgan, New York Gi-                1960: Alfred Bentley, New York Jets (free agent)
                           ants (15th round), Edmonton Eskimos – Mike Malham,                1959: Bill Caldwell, New York Jets (free agent)
                           Chicago Bears (17th round), Houston Oilers, Winnipeg              1957: Howard Cissell, Baltimore Colts (free
                           Blue Bombers, Baltimore Colts                                 agent), Montreal Alouettes
                               1974: Stan Winfrey, Miami Dolphins (2nd round),               1956: Tommy Spiers, Chicago Cardinals (free
                           Buffalo Bills, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington               agent), Vancouver Lions
                           Redskins – Steve Burks, New England Patriots (4th                 1953: Richie Woit, Detroit Lions (free agent)
                           round) – Joe Hollimon, Minnesota Vikings (8th round),             1948: Harry Lache, Baltimore Colts (free agent)
                           Edmonton Eskimos, Baltimore Stars – Joe Duren,                    1939: Clifton Mack, Detroit Lions (free agent)
                           Memphis Southmen (free agent) – Andy Haney,
                           Kansas City Chiefs (free agent)

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 Randy Barnhill, OG, 1986 (I-AA). . . . AP, AFCA, FN                      Garry Johnson, OT, 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CFN
 Bill Bergey, LB, 1968 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP, AFCA           Tyrell Johnson, S, 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CFN
 Ray Brown, OT, 1985 (I-AA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FN            Ken Jones, OG, 1975 (Div. I) . . . . . FWAA, TM, SN
 Dan Buckley, C, 1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP        Doug Lowrey, OG, 1973. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AFCA
 Carter Ray Crawford, NG, 1985 (I-AA) . . . AP, AFCA, FN                  Dennis Meyer, DB, 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP, AFCA
 Carter Ray Crawford, NG, 1984 (I-AA) . . . AP, AFCA, FN                  Bill Phillips, OG, 1970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP
 Wayne Dorton, OG, 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP            Tommy Spiers, QB, 1955 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NAIA
 Frank Farella, OG, 1957 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NAIA           Dan Summers, LB, 1965 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP
 Charlie Fredrick, DT, 1987 . . . . . . . . AP, AFCA, FN                  Dan Summers, LB, 1964 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP
 Calvin Harrell, RB, 1970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AFCA            Clovis Swinney, DT, 1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . AP, AFCA
 Calvin Harrell, RB, 1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AFCA            Jim Wiseman, C, 1987 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP, FN
 T.J. Humphreys, OG, 1976 (Div. I) . . . . . . . . . . . AP               Richie Woit, RB, 1953. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AP
 KEY: AP—Associated Press, AFCA—American Football Coaches Association (Kodak), FN—Football News,
 FWAA—Football Writers Association of America, NAIA—National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, SN—
 Sporting News, TM—Time Magazine, CFN—CollegeFootballNews.com.




                                                                                                                                                 ALL-AME RICA SELECTIONS
  Dennis Meyer                 Dan Summers               Carter Ray Crawford              Wayne Dorton                  Garry Johnson




 Charlie Fredrick             Tommy Spiers                   Ray Brown                     Calvin Harrell              Clovis Swinney




    Bill Bergey                 Dan Buckley                 Frank Farella                 T.J. Humphreys                  Richie Woit




    Ken Jones                   Bill Phillips               Doug Lowrey                   Randy Barnhill                 Jim Wiseman
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                                      David Hines                                      Leroy Harris                           Jerry Muckensturm
                        TERRY GWIN SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 1987.................Charlie Fredrick, DT 2002..................Garry Johnson, OG
                       (presented by ASU Lettermen’s Club) 1987.......................Jim Wiseman, C 2004.......Josh Williams, LB (Freshman)
                       2010................Alex Carrington (DE)          1986..................Randy Barnhill, OG
                       2009 ......................Brian Flagg (DE)       1985 ........Carter Ray Crawford, NG             SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAS
                       2008....................Tyrell Johnson (S)        1984 ........Carter Ray Crawford, NG             Associated Press
                       2005.....................Oren O’Neal (FB)         1976 ................T.J. Humphreys, OG    1982........................Mike Morris, LB
                       2004 ...................Jason Wood (WR)           1971 ..................Wayne Dorton, OG    1982............Bruce Gartman, Punter
                       2000 ..........................Ron Teat (TE)      1971....................Dennis Meyer, DB   1975 ......................Jimmy Lisko, DE
HONO RS AN D AWAR DS




                       1996 ....................Jeff Caldwell (PK)       1970 ........................Bill Phillips, OG
                                                                                                                    1973 ....................Doug Lowrey, OG
                       1993 ................Blake Denison (WR)           1969 ........................Dan Buckley, C1971 ....................Calvin Harrell, RB
                       1991......................John Chism (FB)         1969..................Clovis Swinney, DT   1970....................Dennis Meyer, DB
                       1990 .........................Mike Ray (OT)       1968 .........................Bill Bergey, LB
                                                                                                                    1970 ....................Calvin Harrell, RB
                       1988 .....................Jim Wiseman (C)         1965 ...................Dan Summers, LB    1969 ........................Jack Smith, OT
                       1987 ..................Mark Robbins (QB)          1964 ...................Dan Summers, LB    1968 ...............Frank McGuigan, RB
                       1986 ..................Mark McMinn (OG)           1953........................Richie Woit, RB1966.........................Terry Gwin, RB
                       1984 ...................Tim Langford (QB)         AFCA                                       Sports Network
                                                                         1987.................Charlie Fredrick, DT
                          BALTON MEMORIAL AWARD                                                                     1987.................Charlie Fredrick, DT
                                                                         1986..................Randy Barnhill, OG
                         (senior showing the most courage for                                                       NAIA
                                                                         1985 ........Carter Ray Crawford, NG
                                   good of the team)                                                                1956 ....................Frank Farella, OG
                                                                         1984 ........Carter Ray Crawford, NG
                       2009 ........................Alex Carrington                                                 The Sporting News
                                                                         1973 ....................Doug Lowrey, OG
                       2008............................Brett Shrable                                                2004.Josh Williams, LB (Freshman)
                                                                         1971 ....................Calvin Harrell, RB
                       2007 ..............................Brian Flagg                                               Rivals.com
                                                                         1971....................Dennis Meyer, DB
                       2006.............................Chris Easley                                                2004.Josh Williams, LB (Freshman)
                                                                         1970 ....................Calvin Harrell, RB
                       2005 .......................Brandon Rollins                                                  Football News
                                                                         1969..................Clovis Swinney, DT
                       2004..............................Chris Jones                                                1998............................Ron Teat, TE
                                                                         1968 .........................Bill Bergey, LB
                       2003 .........................Casey Venters                                                  1993...........................Ed Rufus, NG
                       2002 ............................Danny Smith      Football News                              1993 ...............Marquis Williams, FB
                       2001 ......................Jonathan Adams         1987.................Charlie Fredrick, DT CollegeFootballNew.com
                       2000 ..............................Jack Wright    1987.......................Jim Wiseman, C 2004 .......Tyrell Johnson, S (Freshman)
                       1999 .....................Victor Henderson        1986..................Randy Barnhill, OG
                       1998 .......................Lennie Johnson        1985 ........................Ray Brown, OT THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAS
                       1997.....Brent Pettus, Austin Tinsley             1985 ........Carter Ray Crawford, NG Associated Press
                       1996 .........................Maurice Harris      1984 ........Carter Ray Crawford, NG 1984..............................Ed Troutt, C
                       1995 .....................Jerome McIntosh         FWAA                                       1975 ........................Ken Jones, OG
                       1994 ..................................Ed Rufus   1975 ........................Ken Jones, OG 1956 ....................Frank Farella, OG
                       1993.......Wayne Cope, Marcus Lawson              NCAA                                       Athlon
                       1992 ..................................Lee Hunt   1957 ....................Frank Farella, OG 1998........................Todd Frohbieter
                       1991............................Roy Johnson       1955...................Tommy Spiers, QB
                       1990 ..........................John Moellers      Sporting News                                HONORABLE MENTION ALL-
                       1989 .......................Jim Bob Branch        1975 ........................Ken Jones, OG                 AMERICAS
                                                                         Time Magazine                              Associated Press
                         FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICAS                         1975 ........................Ken Jones, OG 1987 ...................Dwane Brown, QB
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              Robert Speer                                  Tim Langford                                    Rickey Jemison
1987...........................Greg Lee, CB    1951.........................John Koldus, E      2002 .........................Garry Johnson
1986.......................Jim Wiseman, C      1951........................Richie Woit, HB      2001 .........................Garry Johnson
1986 ......................John Suskie, OT     1951 .................Carl Greenwald, FB
1986 ...................Dwane Brown, QB        Football News                                     BRONKO NAGURSKI NOMINEE
1986..........................Scott Roper, K   1998............................Ron Teat, TE     2007..........................Tyrell Johnson
1986 .................Rickey Jemison, FB       1993...........................Ed Rufus, NG
1986..................Marvin Neloms, DE        1993 ...............Marquis Williams, FB
1986 ................Charlie Fredrick, NG      Sporting News                                      OUTLAND TROPHY NOMINEE




                                                                                                                                                HONO RS AN D AWAR DS
1986 ......................Fred Barnes, DT     1978.................Doug Dobbs, Kicker          2008 ...........................Matt Mandich
1986...........................Greg Lee, CB    1976.......................Leroy Harris, FB      2002 .........................Garry Johnson
1986 .................Michael Adams, CB        1976 ................T.J. Humphreys, OG
1986..................Vincent Barnett, FS      NAIA                                             DAVE RIMINGTON AWARD NOMINEE
1985..................Randy Barnhill, OG       1956...................Tommy Spiers, QB          2006.........................Tanner Jenkins
1985 ........................Ray Brown, OT
1985 .................Rickey Jemison, FB          FRESHMAN ALL-AMERCAS                     RAY GUY AWARD NOMINEE
1985 ....................Michael Cline, DT     FWAA Scripps                              2008............................Brett Shrable
1985..................Marvin Neloms, DE        2006 ...................Reggie Arnold, RB 2000............................Andy Shatley
1985...........................Greg Lee, CB    Sporting News
1984....................Farrell Wilson, OT     2006 .........Reggie Arnold, RB (3rd Team)        LOU GROZA AWARD NOMINEE
1984..................Randy Barnhill, OG       2006................Josh Arauco, K (HM)
                                                                                                2009 .............................Josh Arauco
1984 ....................Michael Cline, DT
                                                 WILLIAMSON ALL-AMERICA                         2008 ..............Josh Arauco (Finalist)
1984..................Marvin Neloms, DE
1983.....................Jerome Sims, CB       1962.......................Dick Martillo, FB
1982 ...................Rick Fishback, CB      1962 .....................Sammy Weir, QB           DOAK WALKER AWARD NOMINEE
1981.................Leveren Tillman, DT       1961 .........................Frank Smith, T     2009 ..........................Reggie Arnold
1978 .................Larry Lawrence, TB       1961 ......................Larry Peebles, C      2008 ..........................Reggie Arnold
1978 ................Wesley Williams, LB       1961 ...................Jim McMurray, QB         2007 ..........................Reggie Arnold
1978 .................Danny Garrison, TE       1960 ......................Alfred Bentley, E     2001 ......................Jonathan Adams
1976 ......................Joel Mullins, OG    1960 ...........................Jerry Arant, T   2000 ......................Jonathan Adams
1976 ......................Leroy Harris, RB    1960 ...................Jim McMurray, QB
1976 .......................Roy Painter, DB    1960 ..................Jack Snodgrass, G            BUTKUS AWARD NOMINEE
1975............Jerry Muckensturm, LB          1959 ......................Bill Caldwell, QB     2008 ..............................Ben Owens
1975...................Dennis Bolden, TB       1959 ......................Alfred Bentley, E     2007........................Koby McKinnon
1974 ......................John Manatt, OT     1958.......................Tommy Davis, C
1970 ........................Gary Cleve, LB    1957.......................Frank Farella, G          LOTT TROPHY NOMINEE
1970 ..................Wayne Dorton, OG        1957..................Howard Cissell, HB         2009 ........................Alex Carrington
1966.................Trumann Moore, LB         1956...................Tommy Spiers, QB
1959 ......................Bill Caldwell, QB   1953........................Richie Woit, HB       TED HENDRICKS AWARD NOMINEE
1957 ....................Eddie Romeo, HB
                                                 LOMBARDI AWARD NOMINEE                         2009 ........................Alex Carrington
1957.......................Frank Farella, G
1953......................Dan Spensieri, E     2009 ........................Alex Carrington
                                                                                             JOHNNY UNITAS AWARD NOMINEE
1953 ......................James Petroff, T    2008 ...........................Matt Mandich
1952........................Richie Woit, HB    2006.........................Tanner Jenkins  2009 .........................Corey Leonard

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                                                                                      (1964-73)                       1981 ......................Mike Morris (LB)
                         DAVEY O’BRIEN AWARD NOMINEE               Bill Phillips, offensive guard (’68-’71)           1981............................Al Tiner (OG)
                       2007....Corey Leonard (semifinalist) Wayne Dorton, offensive guard (’68-’71)                   1980 ...................Tim Langford (QB)
                                                                   Dan Buckley, center (’66-’69)                      1980 ......................Mike Morris (LB)
                                                                   Calvin Harrell, running back (’68-’71)
                        SUN BELT CONF. COACH OF YEAR Clovis Swinney, DT (’67-’69)                                     1979 ................Darrell Holifield (CB)
                       2005 .................Steve Roberts (6-6) Bill Bergey, linebacker (’65-’68)                    1979 ........................Ron Smith (LB)
                                                                   Dennis Meyer, defensive back (’68-’71)             1979 ................Ray Culpepper (DE)
                        BIG WEST CONF. COACH OF YEAR                                                                  1979..................Jerome Miller (WR)
                       1995 .......................John Bobo (6-5) SOUTHLAND SENIOR SPIRIT AWARD                      1979 .................Casey Phillips (OG)
                                                                      1978 ................Larry Lawrence (TB) 1978 ................Ray Culpepper (DE)
                       SOUTHLAND CONF. COACH OF YEAR                                                                  1978 .................John Shannon (DB)
                       1986............Larry Lacewell (12-2-1)           ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT 2nd-TEAM               1977 ................Ray Culpepper (DE)
                       1985..............Larry Lacewell (9-4-0)       1992 ..............................Eric Tate, C 1976...................Jerome MIller (SE)
                       1978 ................Bill Davidson (7-4-0)                                                     1976...............T.J. Humphreys (OG)
                       1975 ..............Bill Davidson (11-0-0)          ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA                        1976 ......................John Lorick (DB)
                       1970..........Bennie Ellender (11-0-0)         First Team
                       1969............Bennie Ellender (8-1-1)        2008 ......................Brian Flagg (DE)          ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTH
                       1968............Bennie Ellender (7-3-1)        1976...............T.J. Humphreys (OG)                  (Southern Magazine)
                       1964............Bennie Ellender (7-0-2)        1971 ..................Dennis Meyer (DB) 1988......................John Chism (FB)
                                                                      1961..................Jim McMurray (QB)
                         AFCA REGION 5 COACH OF YEAR                  1959...............Larry Zabrowski (OT) NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
HONO RS AN D AWAR DS




                       1986..........................Larry Lacewell   Second Team                                     2004 ...................Jason Wood (WR)
                       1985..........................Larry Lacewell   2004 ...................Jason Wood (WR) 1976...............T.J. Humphreys (OG)
                                                                      1973....................Mike Malham (LB) 1971 ..................Dennis Meyer (DB)
                         SUN BELT PLAYER OF THE YEAR                  1970 ..................Dennis Meyer (DB)
                       2002 .............Danny Smith (offense)                                                        NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION
                                                                        COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT              GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
                          SBC DEF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR              2009................Alex Carrington (DE) 1984 ...................Tim Langford (QB)
                       2008 .................Alex Carrington, DE 2008 ......................Brian Flagg (DE)
                       2007 .....................Tyrell Johnson, S 2007 ......................Brian Flagg (DE)   MCDONALD SCHOLARSHIP
                                                                                                                 (Presented Annually by SLC)
                                                                   2005.......................Brian Flagg (LB)
                         SBC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR                                                              1984 ...................Tim Langford (QB)
                       2002.................Jonathan Burke, DB 2004 ...................Jason Wood (WR) 1977...............T.J. Humphreys (OG)

                       SUN BELT FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR                    ACADEMIC ALL-BIG WEST CONF.                    CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP
                       2006 ...................Reggie Arnold, RB 1995.......................Jeff Caldwell (K)                          HONOR
                                                                 1994.......................Jeff Caldwell (K)        ABC-TV
                        SOUTHLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1993.......................Jeff Caldwell (K)                    1981 ............Scott McDonald, kicker
                       1986 ...........Dwane Brown (offense)                                                         1979 .................Doug Dobbs, kicker
                       1978 ......Wesley Williams (defense)
                       1976..............Roy Painter (defense) ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTHLAND CONF.                            DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE GAME
                       1975 ..Jerry Muckensturm (defense) 1985 ................Randy Barnhill (OG)                   WTBS
                       1975 ..............David Hines (offense) 1985...................Stephen East (CB)
                       1971 ..........Dennis Meyer (defense) 1985 ..................Mark Robbins (QB)                1983.........Michael Cline, def. tackle
                       1970 ..........Dennis Meyer (defense) 1985.......................Bill Stanley (OL)
                                                                                                                       COMMERCIAL APPEAL ALL-MID SOUTH
                       1969 ........Clovis Swinney (defense) 1984 ................Randy Barnhill (OG)
                       1968 ........Clovis Swinney (defense) 1984 .................Clint Ledbetter (DT)                  (Selected by Pro Scouts)
                       1968 .......Frank McGuigan (offense) 1984...................Stephen East (CB)                 1971.................Wayne Dorton (OG)
                                                                 1983 ...................Tim Langford (QB)           1971...................Calvin Harrell (RB)
                        SOUTHLAND FRESHMAN OF YEAR 1983 ..................Price Gardner (OT)                         1969 ................Clovis Swinney (DT)
                       1984..................Dwane Brown (QB) 1983 ...............Scott McDonald (PK)
                       1979..........Lee Charles Wright (RB) 1982 ......................Mike Morris (LB)                          MVP AWARDS
                                                                 1982..............Donnie Morrison (NG)              Williamson All-America Team
                        SLC ALL-FIRST DECADE TEAM 1982 ...............Scott McDonald (PK)                            1953........................Richie Woit, HB
                                                                 1981 ...................Tim Langford (QB)
                                                                                                                     Pecan Bowl

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1970........James Hamilton (offense)             Oct. ’75 ................Jimmy Lisko (DE)      P .......................Dan Mullen, ’72-’75
1970 ..........Dennis Meyer (defense)            Nov. ’74 .....................Joe Duren (K)    Top Player
1969..........Bubba Crocker (offense)            Sept. ’73...............Steve Burks (QB)       Bill Bergey, LB, ’65-’68
1969 ........Clovis Swinney (defense)            Dec. ’70 .........James Hamilton (QB)          Top Coach
1968 ...............Bill Bergey (defense)        Dec. ’68...................Bill Bergey (LB)
                                                                                                Bennie Ellender, ’63-’70
Tangerine Bowl                                   Sept. ’68..................Bill Bergey (LB)
                                                                                                (tie) Bill Davidson, ’71-’76
1954...................Bobby Spann (QB)          annual winners:
                                                                                                Top Game
North-South Shrine Game                          1968........................Bill Bergey (LB)   29-10 win over Memphis State, 1975
1969 ........Clovis Swinney (defense)                                                 Top Season
1968 ...............Bill Bergey (defense)        LITTLE ROCK MAJOR SPORTS ASSN.
College All-Star Game                             ARKANSAS ATHLETE OF YEAR Perfect 11-0 in 1975
                                                                                      Greatest Moment
1969 ...............Bill Bergey (defense)        1986-87.............Dwane Brown (QB)
Refrigerator Bowl                                                                     Joe Duren’s game-winning 56-yard
1951 ......................Richie Woit (HB)        LITTLE ROCK TD CLUB MVP FG against McNeese State, ’74
                                                 2009................Alex Carrington (DE)
 AT&T LONG DISTANCE AWARD                        2008................Alex Carrington (DE)             1980’S ALL-DECADE TEAM
(Honors "long distance" achieve-                 2007....................Tyrell Johnson (S) (As selected by the coaching staff)
  ments by Division I-A players)                 2006..................Reggie Arnold (RB) Offense
1995.......FB Austin Tinsley (vs. SW La.)        2005 ..................Eric Neihouse (PK) SE.................Fred Barnett, 1986-89
1994.....P Kyle Richardson (vs. SW La.)          2004................Antonio Warren (TB) TE ...................Ray Brown, 1983-85
                                                                                                  OT ...........Kenneth Nelson, 1986-89




                                                                                                                                               HONO RS AN D AWAR DS
   NATIONAL BACK OF WEEK                            ARKANSAS ATHLETE OF THE OT......................Mike Ray, 1987-89
Associated Press                                                       MONTH                      OG.............Randy Barnhill, 1984-86
1975, Dennis Bolden (279 yards on                Sept. ’86 .........Rickey Jemison (FB) OG ..............Farrell Wilson, 1980-84
26 carries against McNeese State)                                                                 C .................Jim Wiseman, 1984-87
                                                 ALL-TIME ASU TEAM (1909-1975) QB ..............Dwane Brown, 1984-87
                                                  (Chosen by Fans During ’76 Season)
                                                                                                  FB............Rickey Jemison, 1983-86
  NATIONAL DEF. PLAYER OF THE WEEK
                                                 Offense                                          RB .............Dennis Forrest, 1986-89
FWAA
                                                                                                  RB ..........Maurice Carthon, 1979-82
2008, Ben Owens (7 tackles, 1 TFL,               RB .................Calvin Harrell, ’68-’71 Defense
1 sack, 1 fumble recovery, 1 inter-              RB.....................Richie Woit, ’50-’53 DL............Charlie Fredrick, 1984-87
ception against Texas A&M)                       RB ...................Leroy Harris, ’75-’76 DL ....Carter Ray Crawford, 1984-85
                                                 QB .............James Hamilton, ’68-’71 DL ...............Michael Cline, 1983-85
  NATIONAL BACKFIELD OF WEEK                                       (tie)David Hines, ’72-’75 DL .............Marvin Neloms, 1983-86
United Press International                       WR ..............Gerald Jumper, ’64-’67 LB ...................Stacy Price, 1981-85
1975, Dennis Bolden (259 yards on                WR................Alfred Bentley, ’59-’60 LB ..................Oscar Willis, 1984-85
26 carries against McNeese State)                TE ...............Steve Lockhart, ’68-’71 LB...........Anthony Withers, 1983-86
                                                 C .....................Dan Buckley, ’66-’69 DB......................Greg Lee, 1984-87
    ESPN 'HEROES OF WEEK'                        L ...................Wayne Dorton, ’68-’71 DB...............Elbert Shelley, 1983-86
Offensive Backfield vs. Ole Miss,                L.........................Bill Phillips, ’68-’71 DB ...................Tim Smiley, 1986-88
1989 . . . (three backs rushed for over          L .........................Ken Jones, ’72-’75 DB ............Vincent Barnett, 1985-86
100 yards each) . . . 120 by Putzer              L .................T.J. Humphreys, ’73-’76 Specialists
Dayton . . . 105 by Richard Kimble . .           K .........................Joe Duren, ’71-’74 PK ..................Scott Roper, 1986-87
. 104 by Roy Johnson                             Defense                                          P...............Bruce Gartman, 1980-82
                                                 LB.......................Bill Bergey, ’65-’68 RS ...............Keith Weaver, 1981-84
 NFF HAMPSHIRE HONOR SOCIETY                     LB .........Jerry Muckensturm, ’72-’75
2009 ........................Alex Carrington     LB ..................Mike Malham, ’72-’75            POST-SEASON ALL STARS
2009 .......................Taylor Clements      L..................Clovis Swinney, ’67-’69 Senior Bowl (Mobile, Alabama)
2007 ...............................Matt Reibe   L.........................Dick Dixon, ’72-’75 2009................Alex Carrington (DE)
                                                 L ......................Ken Bennett, ’67-’69 1980 ..................Gene Bradley (QB)
  DRADDY TROPHY NOMINEE                          E ....................Robert Speer, ’73-’76 1977...............T.J. Humphreys (OG)
2007 ..........Matt Reibe (semifinalist)         E......................Jimmy Lisko, ’72-’75 1976.......................Ken Jones (OG)
                                                 B....................Dennis Meyer, ’68-’71 1971.................Wayne Dorton (OG)
 WORTHEN AMATEUR ATHLETE                         B .......................Roy Painter, ’73-’76 1968........................Bill Bergey (LB)
monthly winners:                                 B......................Joe Hollimon, ’71-74 North-South Shrine (Ponitac, Mich.)
Nov. ’75................David Hines (QB)         B......................Dick Ritchey, ’64-’67 1976...............T.J. Humphreys (OG)
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                       North-South Shrine Game (Miami, Fla.) 1985 ........Rickey Jemison (offense)
                       1973.....................Vince Ancell (DB)                     Greg Lee (defense)                   THE SPORTING NEWS
                       1971...................Calvin Harrell (RB) 1984 ........Rickey Jemison (offense)              PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONF.
                       1971.................Wayne Dorton (OG)                     Michael Cline (defense)         2009 .............................Josh Arauco
                       1971 ..............James Hamilton (QB) 1980.............Tim Langford (offense)                                             Reggie Arnold
                       1969 ................Clovis Swinney (DT)                      Tim Allison (defense)                                       Alex Carrington
                       1968........................Bill Bergey (LB) 1979...Lee Charles Wright (offense)                                          Corey Leonard
                       Blue-Gray Classic (Montgomery, Ala.)                          Ron Smith (defense)          2008 ..........................Reggie Arnold
                       2004 ................Corey Williams (DT) 1978.........Larry Lawrence (offense)                                                 Brian Falgg
                                                 Jon Bradley (DT)              Wesley Williams (defense)                                           Matt Mandich
                       1996...................Corey Walker (RB) 1977............Gene Bradley (offense)            2007 .................Koby McKinnon, LB
                       1989 ...................Fred Barnett (WR)                    Ralph Kelly (defense)         .............................Tyrell Johnson, S
                       1976 ...................Robert Speer (DE)                                                  2006 .....................Tyrell Johnson, S
                       1976......................Roy Painter (DB) AFCA NATIONAL COACH OF YEAR                     ............................Tanner Jenkins, C
                       1974.....................Steve Burks (QB)
                                                                    1970..........Bennie Ellender (11-0-0)
                       1948 ......................Harry Larche (T)                                                    NATIONALCHAMPS.NET
                       Inta Juice North-South All-Star Classic                                                      PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN
                       2006.....................Oren O’Neal (FB)      NATIONAL ALL-INDEPENDENT TEAM 2009 .................Alex Carrington, DE
                       College All-Star Game (Chicago, Ill.)          First Team                                                           Reggie Arnold, RB
                       1976.................Ken Jones (OG-DE)         1996...................Maurice Harris, SS                               Josh Arauco, K
                       1975 ....................Stan Winfrey (FB)     Second Team                                 2007 .....................Tyrell Johnson, S
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                       1969........................Bill Bergey (LB)   1996 ...............Lennie Johnson, WR 2006 ....................Tanner Jenkins, C
                       Coaches All-America Game (Lubbock, Tx.)        Third Team
                       1976 ..........Jerry Muckensturm (LB)
                                                                      1996 ....................Corey Walker, RB PRESEASON NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR
                       1975 ....................Stan Winfrey (FB)
                                                                      1996......................Jeff Caldwell, PK 1995 ..............Maurice Thomas, WR
                       1972 .................Bill Phillips (OG-LB)
                       East-West Shrine (Palo Alto, Calif.)
                                                                           PLAYBOY'S ANSON MOUNT                       CBSSPORTSLINE.COM
                       2008 .................David Johnson (TE)
                                                                          SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF YEAR                    “WALKON OF THE YEAR”
                       1996...................Corey Walker (RB)
                                                                                                                  2006.............................Oren O’Neal
                       1985 ...................Michael Cline (DT) Honorable Mention
                       1976.......................Ken Jones (OG) 1996......................Jeff Caldwell, PK
                                                                        Playboy Magazine 'Best of the Rest'
                                                                                                                   FWAA-FEDEX ORANGE BOWL
                       Lions' American Bowl (Tampa, Fla.)
                                                                                                                    COURAGE AWARD NOMINEE
                       1977...............T.J. Humphreys (OG) 1996 ....................Corey Walker, RB
                                                                                                                  2005.................Brandon Rollins, DT
                       1977....................Robert Speer (LB)
                       1976 .....................Jimmy Lisko (LB)
                                                                                  FOOTBALL NEWS                       GARY WITHROW AWARD
                       Hula Bowl (Honolulu, Hawaii)
                                                                            ALL-INDEPENDENT TEAM                  2009 ..........................Derek Newton
                       2007....................Tyrell Johnson (S)
                                                                                                                  2008 ...........................Matt Mandich
                       2002..............Jonathan Adams (RB) 1996 ....................Corey Walker, RS
                       2001 ...................Robert Kilow (WR)        1996 ..............Chappell Mitchell, CB 2007 ...........................Matt Mandich
                       Canadian-American Bowl (Tampa, Fla.)
                                                                        1996....................Gary Jackson, DE 2006.........................Tanner Jenkins
                                                                                                                  2005.........................Tanner Jenkins
                       1978.........................Hugh Crisp (C)
                                                                                                                  2004 ...........................Steven Gibbs
                       Martin Luther King Classic (San Jose, Calif.)    BOB GRIESE'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL
                                                                           YEARBOOK ALL-INDEPENDENT
                                                                                                                  2003 ..........................Kimani Jjones
                       1990 ...................Fred Barnett (WR)
                       1990.....................Tony Walton (OT)                             TEAM
                                                                        1996 ....................Corey Walker, RS          STREET & SMITH’S
                       TX vs. Nation All-Star Game (El Paso, Tx.)
                                                                        1995 ..........Kyle Richardson, Punter      PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA
                       2009 .............................Josh Arauco
                                                                                                                  2007 ....................Matt Mandich, OL
                       2009..........................Marcus Brown
                                                                                                                                         Koby McKinnon, LB
                                                                                ATHLON MAGAZINE
                                                                                                                                             Tyrell Johnson, S
                           HOMECOMING MVP AWARD                                "BEST OF THE REST"
                                                                                                                  2006 ....................Tanner Jenkins, C
                         (Given by Lambda Chi Alpha, Selected by Media) 1996 ....................Corey Walker, RB
                                                                                                                                             Tyrell Johnson, S
                       1992 .......Jerrold Seymore (offense)
                                      Cedric Buckley (defense)
                                                                                THE SPORTING NEWS
                       1987...............Scott Roper (offense)
                                                                           PRESEASON ALL-BIG WEST CONF.
                                          Kirk Russell (defense)
                       1986 ...........Dwane Brown (offense) 1995 ......................Clark Watkins, S
                                         Fred Barnes (defense) 1995 ..........Kyle Richardson, Punter

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             SUN BELT                Johnathan Burke, (CB), Les Echols                 SOUTHLAND
               2009                  (LB), Kimani Jones (OL)
First Team: Alex Carrington (DE)     Second Team: Corey Williams, DL                      1986
Second Team: Derek Newton (OL),                                             First Team: Randy Barnhill (OG),
Bryan Hall (DL), Josh Arauco (K)                    2002                    Jim Wiseman (C), John Suskie (OT),
Honorable Mention: Corey Leonard   First Team: Danny Smith (RB),            Dwane Brown (QB), Rickey Jemison
(QB), Daylan Walker (DB)           Garry Johnson (OL), Jon Bradley          (FB), Scott Roper (Kicker), Marvin
                                   (DL), Corey Williams (DL), James         Neloms (DE), Charlie Fredrick (NG),
                2008               Hickenbotham (Return Specialist)         Fred Barnes (DT), Greg Lee (CB),
First Team: Josh Arauco (K), Reg- Second Team: John Crossley (OL),          Michael Adams (CB), Vincent Barnett
gie Arnold (RB), Alex Carrington Chuck Allen (DB), Jonathan Burke           (FS)
(DE), Matt Mandich OL)             (DB), Les Echols (LB)
Second Team: Corey Leonard (QB),                                                            1985
David Johnson (TE), Mark Clemons                    2001                    First Team: Carter Ray Crawford
(OL), Ben Owens (LB), Kevin Jones First Team: James Hickenbotham            (NG), Michael Cline (DT), Marvin
(WR/RS)                            (Return Specialist and All-Purpose       Neloms (DE), Greg Lee (CB), Randy
Honorable Mention: J.T. Jordan Player), Garry Johnson (OL)                  Barnhill (OG), Ray Brown (OT),
(TE), Dominique Williams (CB)      Second Team: Jonathan Adams              Rickey Jemison (FB)
                                   (RB), Jon Bradley (DL), Jerry Pegues     Second Team: Ray Brown (TE),
                2007               (TE)                                     Cazzy Francis (WR), Stacy Price
First Team: Khayyam Burns (S),                                              (LB), Jerome Sims (CB), Stacy Gore




                                                                                                                    ALL-CONFE RENCE PLAYE RS
Tyrell Johnson (S), Matt Mandich                 BIG WEST                   (P), Vincent Barnett (S)
(OL)                                                                        Honorable Mention: Dwane Brown
Second Team: Reggie Arnold (RB),                                            (QB), Oscar Willis (LB), Elbert Shel-
                                                    2000
Levi Dejohnette (WR), Koby McKin- First Team: Robert Kilow (WR and          ley (DB)
non (LB), Brett Shrable (P)        Return Specialist), Garry Johnson
Honorable Mention: Alex Carring- (OL)                                                        1984
ton (DE), Corey Leonard (QB)                                                First Team: Ed Troutt (C), Farrell
                                   Honorable Mention: John Crossley         Wilson (OT), Randy Barnhill (OG),
                                   (OL)
                2006                                                        Michael Cline (DT), Marvin Neloms
First Team: Tanner Jenkins (OL),                                            (DE)
                                                    1999
Tyrell Johnson (S)                                                          Second Team: Ray Brown (TE),
                                   First Team: Robert Kilow (WR and
Second Team: Reggie Arnold (RB), RS)                                        Rickey Jemison (RB), Carter Ray
Khayyam Burns (S), Jamarrow Second Team: Garry Johnson (OL),                Crawford (NG), Stacy Price (LB)
James (DL), Matt Mandich (OL), Lamont Zachery (RB), Ryan Smith              Honorable Mention: Billy Ray Bow-
Koby McKinnon (LB), Devrett Wade (P)                                        ers (DB), I.J. Chapman (DB), Judious
(LB)                                                                        Lewis (WR), Jerome Sims (DB)
                                   Honorable Mention: Lance Miller
Honorable Mention: Jonathan (OL), Andy Henault (LB), LeMarcus
Najm (DE), Oren O’Neal (FB)                                                                1983
                                   Harris (LB), Sean Mitchell (FS), Hanis   First Team: Jerome Sims (CB)
                                   Bowens (CB)
                2005                                                        Second Team: Tommy Walker (OG),
First Team: Antonio Warren (RB),                                            Berry King (OG), Price Gardner (OT),
                                                    1995
Tanner Jenkins (OL), Myron Ander- First Team:                               Tim Langford (QB), Dwane Pittman
                                                      Kyle Richardson
son (DL, Tyrell Johnson (SS), Eric (Punter), Corey Walker (Return Spe-      (RB)
Neihouse (PK)                      cialist)
Second Team: Matt Mandich (OL), Second Team: Carlos Emmons                                 1982
Devrett Wade (LB), James Johnson (DE)                                       First Team: Mike Morris (LB), Bruce
(CB and RS)                                                                 Gartman (Punter), Rick Fishback
                                   Honorable Mention: Corey Walker
Honorable Mention: Nick Noce (RB)                                           (CB)
(QB), Khayyam Burns (FS)                                                    Second Team: Berry King (OG),
                                                                            Price Gardner (OT), Maurice Carthon
                                                    1994
                2004                                                        (RB), Waddell Kelly (RB)
                                   Honorable Mention: Corey Walker
First Team: Steven Gibbs (OL), (RB), Carlo White (DT), Kyle Richard-
Josh Williams (LB)                                                                        1981
                                   son (Punter), Clark Watkins (S)
Second Team: Antonio Warren                                                 First Team: Maurice Carthon (FB),
(RB), Tyrell Johnson (S)                                                    Mike Morris (LB), Leveren Tillman
                                                    1993                    (DT)
                                   First Team: Ed Rufus (NG), Marquis       Second Team: Ken Armbrust (OG),
                2003               Williams (RB)
First Team: Jon Bradley (DL),                                               Tommy Walker (OG), Paul Gilbow
                                                                            (OT), John McCaughey (C), Thomas
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                           Johnson (NG), Tim Allison (SS)     Winfrey (FB), Willie Harris (TB), Mike      Dan Buckley (C), Jack Smith (OT),
                                                              Malham (LB), Dick Dixon (DT)                David Walls (LB), Clovis Swinney
                                          1980                Second Team: Ken Jones (OL),                (DT), Donnie Beshears (DB)
                           First Team: Bruce Gartman (Punter) Andy Haney (OL), Jimmy Wicks                Honorable Mention: James Hamil-
                           Second Team: John McCaughey (WR), Joe Duren (K), Robert Speer                  ton (QB), Virgil Peyton (FL), Steve
                           (OL)                               (DE), Eddie Morgan (DL)                     Lockhart (TE), Eugene Thoompson
                                                                                                          (T), Wayne Dorton (OG), Mike
                                         1979                                       1973                  Everett (K-DE), Charles Hinrichs
                           First Team: Jerry Castor (OT), Ron      First Team: Doug Lowrey (OG), (DE), Ken Bennett (DT), Gary Cleve
                           Smith (LB)                              Jerry Reiman (OG), Jaime Klipsch (LB), Orley Massena (B), Dennis
                           Second Team: Casey Phillips (OL),       (TE), David Mitchell (RB)              Meyer (DB)
                           Glen Koenig (DL), James Harris (DB)     Second Team: John Manatt (OT),
                                                                   Willie Harris (RB), Mike Malham (LB),                   1968
                                          1978                     Roy Painter (DB), Vince Ancell (DB) First Team: Jack Smith (OT), Dan
                           First Team: Larry Lawrence (RB),                                               Buckley (C), Frank McGuigan (RB),
                           Danny Garrison (TE), Jerry Castor                        1972                  Bill Bergey (LB), Clovis Swinney
                           (OT), Wesley Williams (LB), Keith       First Team: Ken Jones (DT), Dave (DT), Gary Crane (DE), Steve Stru-
                           Cox (NG), Joe Slayton (Punter),         Muckensturm (DE), Steve Burks ble (DB)
                           Doug Dobbs (Kicker)                     (Punter)                               Honorable Mention: Virgil Peyton
                           Second Team: Danny Cook (OL),           Second Team: Doug Lowery (OG), (E), Manuel Montes (OG), Don De-
                           John McCaughey (OL), Casey              Stan Winfrey (RB), David Hines (DB) Maine (OT), Ken Bennett (DT),
ALL-CONFE RENCE PLAYE RS




                           Phillips (OL), Dikki Dyson (WR),        Honorable Mention: Jerry Reiman Charles Hinrichs (DT), David Walls
                           Freddie Lisko (DL), Ron Smith (LB),     (OG), Steve Burks (QB), Jerry Muck- (LB), Kevin McClelland (B)
                           Greg Lawrence (DB), Jerry McKenna       ensturm (LB)
                           (DB)                                                                                            1967
                                                                                    1971                  First Team: Ron Worthen (C), Bill
                                           1977                    First Team:         James Hamilton Bergey (LB), Clovis Swinney (DT),
                           First Team: Hugh Crisp (C), Butch       (Punter), Calvin Harrell (RB), Steve Dick Ritchey (DB), Kevn McClelland
                           Cook (OG)                               Lockhart (TE), Wayne Dorton (OG), (Punter)
                           Second Team: Bobby Earwood              Joe Duren (Kicker), Dennis Meyer Honorable Mention: Jerald Jumper
                           (OL), Danny Cook (OL), Dikki Dyson      (DB), Dave Muckensturm (DE), Butch (WR), Tim Keane (QB), Steve
                           (WR), Joe Griffin (RB), Doug Dobbs      Murray (LB)                            Gankiewicz (DL), Tom Sain (LB)
                           (PK), Freddie Lisko (DL), Ralph Kelly   Second Team: James Hamilton
                           (LB), Greg Lawrence (DB), Jerry         (QB), Cleve Barfield (DT), Richard                      1966
                           McKenna (DB), Joe Slayton (Punter)      Nicholson (LB), Donnie Beshears First Team: Gerald Jumper (SE),
                                                                   (DB), Terry Whiting (DB)               Ron Worthen (C), Terry Gwin (RB)
                                           1976                    Honorable Mention: Jerry Reiman Dick Ritchey (DB)
                           First Team: T.J. Humphreys (OG),        (T), Scott Foster (OG), Doug Lowery Honorable Mention: Tim Keane
                           Joel Mullins (OT), Leroy Harris (FB),   (C), Steve Burks (WR), Mark Cates (QB), Steve Gankiewicz (DL), Steve
                           Robert Speer (DE), Roy Painter (DB)     (DE), Craig Johnson (DB)               Puryear (DE), Truman Moore (LB),
                           Second Team: Hugh Crisp (OL), Bill                                             Bill Bergey (LB)
                           Muzik (DL)                                               1970
                                                                   First Team: Steve Lockhart (TE), Bill                   1965
                                           1975                    Phillips (OG), Calvin Harrell (RB), First Team: Dan Summers (OG),
                           First Team: Ken Jones (OG), T.J.        Chet Douthit (WR), Bobby Gentry H.K. Reeves (DT), Mike Berta (LB),
                           Humphreys (OG), David Hines (QB),       (Kicker), Dave Muckensturm (DE), Dick Ritchey (DE)
                           Dennis Bolden (RB), Leroy Harris        Gary Cleve (LB), Dennis Meyer (DB) Honorable Mention: Bill Pagano
                           (FB), Dan Mullen (Punter), Robert       Honorable Mention: James Hamil- (E), Harold Noe (C), Tommy Reese
                           Speer (DE), Jimmy Lisko (DE), Dick      ton (QB), Johnny Carr (RB), Tom (HB), Eddie Rickus (FB)
                           Dixon (DT), Eddie Morgan (DT), Jerry    Johnson (E), Steve Goddard (T),
                           Muckensturm (LB), Mike Malham           Dave Ruebsam (T), Wayne Dorton                          1964
                           (LB), Lloyd Walls (CB)                  (OG), Tom Flanagan (C), Rick Bone First Team: Bill Pagano (DE), Dan
                           Second Team: Joel Mullins (OL),         (DE), Cleve Barfield (DT), Chris Mill- Summers (OG)
                           Hugh Crisp (OL), David Luter (OL),      wee (DT), Walt Fisher (LB), Donnie Second Team: H.K. Reeves (T),
                           Bill Muzik (DL), Sylvester Loving       Beshears (DB), Terry Whiting (DB), Tommy Reese (RB), Eddie Rickus
                           (DL), John Lorick (DB), Terry           Craig Johnson (DB)                     (FB), Harold Wallin (FB)
                           Kinsworthy (S)                                                                 Honorable Mention: Aaron White
                                                                                    1969                  (T), Mike Berta (C), Dutch Noe (C),
                                         1974                      First Team: Bill Phillips (OG), Calvin Gary Everett (RB), Shelby Lee (RB),
                           First Team: John Manatt (OG), Stan      Harrell (RB), Marshall Walls (FB), Bill Berry (RB)
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               A                    Baker, Eugene ’41                     Bone, Rick ’69 ’70 ’71           Byrd, Oscar ’24 ’25 ’26 ’27
Abels, Carlton ’48                  Baker, Scott ‘91 ‘92                  Bonner, Dee ’48 ’49 ’50
Abby, Zelos ‘03 ‘04                 Ballew, Richard ’40 ’45               Bonner, Larry ’73                               C
Abston, Carver ’76 ’77 ’78          Banks, King ’11                       Boone, Andy ’87                  Caffey, Ken ‘90 ‘91
Accord, Larry ’48                   Baranka, Frank ’51                    Bounds, Neil ‘01                 Caldwell, Bill ’57 ’58 ’59
Acklin, L.J. ’38                    Barbour, Earl ’49 ’50                 Boone, Frederick ’89 ‘91         Caldwell, Jeff ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96
Adams, Bill ’35 ’36                 Barfield, Cleveland ’69 ’70 ’71 ’72   Boutwell, Lloyd ’65              Caldwell, Steve ’76 ’77
Adams, Buddy ’75 ’76 ’77            Barfield, Curtis ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03      Bowens, Corey ‘96 ‘97            Caldwell, Tancil ’38 ’39
Adams, Jonathan ‘98 ‘99 ‘00 ‘01     Barlow, Bob ’69 ’70                   Bowens, Hanis ‘99 ‘00            Caldwell, Maxie ’68
Adams, LeUndo ‘03                   Barnes, Fredrick ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86      Bowers, Billy ’81 ’82 ’83 ’84    Callahan, Harold ’39 ’40
Adams, Marcus ‘09                   Barnes, Hugh ’54                      Bowers, Den ’56 ’57              Cameron, Allen ‘51 ‘52
Adams, Michael ‘08, ‘09             Barnett, Don ’78                      Bowers, Joe ’25                  Camp, Anthony ‘02 03
Adams, Mike ’85 ’86                 Barnett, Fred ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89         Bowman, Anthony ‘93              Canale, Thomas ‘94
Adams, Tye ’41                      Barnett, Vincent ’85 ’86              Bowman, Joe ’51                  Canter, John ’29 ’34
Adkins, James ’45 ’46               Barnhill, Randy ’84 ’85 ’86           Boyd, Fred ’13                   Cantrell, Hugh ’29 ’30
Ajigbeda, Segun ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00     Barrow, Fred ’88 ’89                  Boyd, Jason ‘02 ‘03              Cantrell, Travis ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75
Alexander, Lavell ‘96 ‘97           Baser, Rubal ’45                      Boyd, Jordan ’81 ’82             Caplinger, Bryan ’63 ’64 ’65 ’66
Alexander, Mike ‘01 ‘02             Basset, Flunney ’35                   Bracey, Shermar ‘03 ‘04 ‘05      Carmack, Glynn ’56 ’57
Alexander, Rodney ‘91 ‘92           Bates, Graham ‘08, ‘09                Bradley, Gene ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79    Carpenter, Dale ‘91 ‘93
Allan, Walter ’36                   Beall, Billy ’41                      Bradley, Jon ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03     Carpenter, Terry ’73
Allcorn, Jason ‘96 ‘97 ‘98          Beasley, Erven ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83        Bramlett, Charles ’54 ’55 ’56    Carr, Johnnie ’69 ’70 ’71
Allen, Brian ‘90 ‘91                Bearden, John ’48 ’49                 Branch, Jim Bob ’88              Carrington, Alex ‘06 ‘07, ‘08, ‘09
Allen, Chuck ‘01 ‘02                Beason, Michael ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 ‘93       Brazile, Kevin ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98   Carson, Steve ’84




                                                                                                                                                ALL-TIME LETTE RWINNE RS
Allen, Eric ‘09                     Beavers, Linton ‘92 ‘93 ‘95           Breckenridge, John ’35 ’36 ’37   Carter, Bill ’32 ’33
Allen, Rodney ‘95 ‘97               Beck, Brice ‘08                       Brewer, Dennis ’75               Carter, Curtis ’16 ’17
Allen, Ronnie A. ’50 ’51 ’52        Beckinger, William ’51 ’52            Brittingham, Steve ‘98           Carter, Doug ‘04
Allen, Ronnie G. ’62                Behnen, Henry ’69 ‘70                 Broady, Bryant ‘92               Carthon, Maurice ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82
Allen, Will ’84                     Belgasd, Harry ’33                    Brooks, Mike ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04     Casey, Pat ’68
Alley, Jacob ’78                    Bell, Sammy ‘92 ‘93                   Brown, Andre ‘97                 Castilaw, Tom ‘08, ‘09
Allison, John ‘01 ‘02               Bellville, Kelly ’23 ’24              Brown, Cody ‘04 ‘05              Castor, Jerry ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
Allison, Tim ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81        Bennett, Jason ‘93 ‘94 ‘95            Brown, Dave ’75                  Cates, Mark ’70 ’71 ’72 ’73
Allsopp, W.C. ’13 ’14 ’15           Bennett, Ken ’67 ’68 ’69              Brown, Dwane ’84 ’85 ’86 ’87     Catlin, Vernon ‘07, ‘08
Alton, Lloyd ’51                    Bennett, Marty ’82 ’83                Brown, Elroy ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83     Catrett, Orin ‘05
Alvares, Daniel ‘96 ‘97             Bennett, Paul ’85                     Brown, Elroy ‘08, ‘09            Chamber, Paul ’34 ’35 ’36
Alvin, Duane ‘98 ‘99                Benson, George ’15 ’16 ’17            Brown, Evers ’89 ‘90             Chambers, Tyler ‘06
Ancell, Vincent ’71 ’72 ’73         Benson, Luke ’23 ’24 ’25              Brown, James ’88 ’89             Chandler, Hank ’76 ’77 ’78
Anderson, Myron ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05     Benson, Russell ’17 ’20 ’21           Brown, Lewis ’82 ’84 ’85         Chandler, Joe ‘80 ‘81
Andrews, Bob ’50                    Bentley, Alfred ’59 ’60               Brown, Marcus ‘06, ‘08, ‘09      Chapman, I.J. ’83 ’84
Anthony, J.C. ’55 ’56               Bergey, Bill ’65 ’66 ’67 ’68          Brown, Preston ‘07               Chavis, Terrence ‘02 ‘03 ‘04
Aplin, Ryan ‘09                     Bernard, Bill ’11                     Brown, Ray ’83 ’84 ’85           Chism, Chester ’80 ’81
Appleby, Bob ’46 ’48                Berry, Bill ’61 ’62 ’63 ’64           Brown, Scott ‘91 ‘93             Chism, John ’87 ’88 ’89 ‘90
Arant, Jerry ’57 ’58 ’59 ’60        Berry, Bryant ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03         Brumfield, Nick ‘99 ‘00          Christal, Mike ’66
Arauco, Josh ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09     Berta, Michael ’62 ’63 ’64 ’65        Bryant, Steve ’70 ‘71 ’72        Chumler, ’23
Armbrust, Ken ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81       Beshears, Donnie ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71      Buchanan, Toler ’34              Chunn, George ’62
Armenio, Joe ’52 ’53 ’54 ’55        Bevill, Mike ’76                      Buckley, Cedric ‘91 ‘92          Ciaramitaro, Brandon ‘07, ‘08
Arment, Bill ’49 ’50 ’51 ’52        Billings, James ’56 ’57 ’58           Buckley, Dan ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69     Cissell Howard ’54 ’55 ’56 ’57
Armstrong, Tyrone ‘99 ‘00           Birdwell, Patrick ‘97 ‘98             Budak, Mike ’82 ’83 ’84 ’85      Clark, Bill ’48
Arnold, Darrell ’55 ’56             Birdwell, Justin ‘96                  Buford, George ’15 ’16 ’17       Clark, Mike ‘03
Arnold, Gilbert ’58 ’59 ’60 ’61     Bishop, O. Lee ’41                    Bullard, Kendricke ‘90 ‘91 ‘92   Clark, Spurgeon ’11
Arnold, Reggie ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09   Blackford, Joel ’20 ’21               Bumgardner, George ’15           Clark, Tommy ’63 ’64 ’65
Arritt, Frank ‘01 ‘02 ‘03           Blagg, Tom ’52 ’53 ’55                Burdick, Sean ‘96 ‘98            Clay, Curtis ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81
Atchley, Tim ’80                    Blake, Jeff ‘07, ‘08, ‘09             Burgess, Douglas ’59             Cleary, Cornelius ‘96 ‘97
Aufderheide, Mark ’73               Blake, Lyvell ’88 ’89                 Burk, Emmett ’38                 Clements, Taylor ‘08, ‘09
Austin, Derrick ‘93 ‘94 ‘95         Blalack, Kearney ’70 ’71 ’72          Burk, T.J. ‘08, ‘09              Clemons, Bobby ’84
Austin, Kirby ’80 ’81               Blanchett, Denishio ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99   Burke, Jonathan ‘02 ‘03          Clemons, Mark ‘07, ‘08
Austin, Pel ’47 ’49                 Block, Doug ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86           Burks, Steve ’71 ’72 ’73 ’74     Cleve, Gary ’67 ’68 ’69 ’70
Austin, Sam ’58 ’59                 Blohowiak, Jeremy ‘93 ‘94             Burnett, Johnie ’27 ’28 ’29      Clifton, David ’63 ’64 ’65
Austin, Shederick ‘09               Blue, Bob ’47                         Burns, Denny ’66 ’67             Cline, Michael ’83 ‘84 ’85
                                    Boatright, Bo ‘98                     Burns, Jack ’59 ’60 ’61 ’62      Cochran, Ralph ’22
               B                    Boenninghausen, Art ’72               Burns, Joe ’11                   Cockrell, Sean ‘96 ‘97 ‘98
Baber, L.C. ’22                     Bogan, Raymond ’29 ’33                Burns, Khayyam ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07   Coffee, John ’58 ’59 ’60
Bailey, Billy Joe ’63 ’64 ’65       Bolden, Dennis ’75 ’76                Burton, Gary ’81 ’82 ’83 ’84     Cole, B.F. ’23
Bailey, Gerald ’86 ’87              Boldt, Ed ’49 ’50 ’51 ’52             Burton, Manuel ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05   Coleman, Andre ’89 ‘90 ‘92
Bailey, Michael ‘98 ‘99             Bolton, Brad ’89                      Busby, Ivan ’36 ’37 ’38          Coleman, Charles ’46
Bailey, Robert ‘98                  Bolton, Everett ’39 ’40 ’46 ’47       Butler, Hal ’77 ’78              Coleman, Mel ’73
Baine, Cecil ’23 ’24                Bonds, Andre ‘92 ‘93                  Buttry, Altus ’31 ’32 ’33        Collier, Bill ’60
Baker, Darrell ‘93 ‘95 ‘96          Bonds, Curtis ‘04 ‘05 ‘06, ‘07        Byrd, Najel ‘09                  Collier, Chris ‘88 ‘89 ‘90

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                           Collier, Roy ‘91 ‘92                Davis, Michael ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86     Emmons, Carlos ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95       Gatlin, Jim ’70 ’71
                           Collins, John ’30                   Davis, Roy ’55 ’56                 Eoff, Homer ’55                      Gatto, Nick ‘99 ‘00
                           Collins, Richard ’24                Davis, Tommy ’58 ’59               Ervin, Bill ’57                      Gauthreaux, Bryan ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04
                           Connor, Emerson ’13                 Day, Chet ’77 ’78                  Escobar, Frank ‘96                   Gebert, Ralph ’49 ’50 ’51 ’52
                           Cook, Butch ’76 ’77                 Dayton, Putzer ’87 ’89             Eskeridge, Bill ’45                  Gentry, Bob ’70
                           Cook, Danny ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79         Dean, Derek ’88 ’89 ‘90            Etu, Sifa ‘09                        Germany, Reginald ’51
                           Cooley, Reginald ‘98 ‘99            Dejohnette, Levi ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07   Evans, Brian ‘09                     Gerring, Russ ’47
                           Cooley, Will Roy ’60                Delap, Charlie ’82                 Evans, Chad ‘97 ‘98                  Gibbs, Charles ’56 ’57
                           Cooper, Anwar ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00       DeMaine, Don ’67 ’68               Evans, John ’11                      Gibbs, Hugh ’59
                           Cooper, David ’82 ’83               Denbow, Darrin ‘94                 Everett, Gary ’61 ’63 ’64            Gibbs, Steven ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04
                           Cooper, Floyd ’20 ’21               Denison, Blake ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 ‘93     Everett, Jack ’60 ’61                Gibson, Bill ’45
                           Cooper, Jordan ‘09                  Dent, Brad ’82 ’83 ’84 ’85         Everett, Mike ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69        Gibson, Jeremy ‘08 ‘09
                           Cooper, Raymond ’89                 Detrick, Hal ’39 ’40               Everett, Reggie ‘01 ‘02 ‘03          Gibson, Mark ‘91 ‘92
                           Cooper, Tim ’78                     Dew, Ben ‘96                                                            Gilbow, Paul ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81
                           Cope, Wayne ‘92 ‘93                 Dickey, John ’46 ’47                               F                    Gill, Page ‘06 ‘08
                           Corcoran, Ed ’49 ’50 ’51            Dickson, DeSoto ‘92 ‘94             Famiglietti, Dick ’62 ’64           Gillott, Trevor ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
                           Cothern, Bill ’28 ’29               Dillon, Edgar ’25 ’26 ’27           Farella, Frank ’54 ’55 ’56 ’57      Ginder, Bobby ‘97 ‘98 ‘99
                           Cotton, Kishan ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00      Dinges, Jim ’51                     Farley, Frank ’11                   Glasgow, Doyne ’41
                           Couch, Alastair ‘94 ‘97             Ditsler, Don ’40                    Fears, Joe ’88 ’89                  Gleghorn, Mike ’83
                           Covington, Andre ‘01                Dixon, Dick ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75         Fender, Vana ’24                    Glenn, Dwaine ’65 ’66 ’67
                           Covington, Johnny ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95   Dixon, Russell ’27                  Ferralasco, Robert ‘46              Glover, Darius ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
                           Covington, Vernon ’31 ’32           Doane, Keith ’47 ’48 ’49            Ferguson, James ’28 ’29             Glover, George ’36
                           Cox, Billy Joe ’60 ’61              Dobbs, Doug ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79         Fields, Jeff ’89 ‘90                Goad, Byron ’23 ’24 ’25 ’26
ALL-TIME LETTE RWINNE RS




                           Cox, Keith ’77 ’78                  Dockery, Cord ‘90 ‘91 ‘93           Files, Cliff ’85                    Goddard, Steve ’68 ’69 ’70
                           Cox, Kelvin ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06         Dollarhide, Jack ‘90 ‘91 ‘92        Finley, Bill ’45                    Goldbert, Milford ’51 ’52 ’53
                           Cox, Mike ‘02 ‘03                   Donham, Charlie ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76     Fishback, Rick ’81 ’82              Golden, Randy ’72 ’74 ’75
                           Crader, Chad ‘98                    Dorton, Wayne ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71       Fisher, Roger ’37                   Golleher, Mitch ’73
                           Craig, Harry ’23                    Douglas, Marlon ‘07                 Fisher, Walter ’69 ’70              Gooch, Jim ’34 ’35 ’36
                           Crane, Gary ’67 ’68                 Douthit, Chet ’69 ’70               Fitch, Curtis ‘92                   Goodman, Jack ’60 ’61
                           Crawford, Carter Ray ’84 ’85        Downing, Mike ’75 ’76               Flagg, Brian ‘04 ‘05 ‘07 ‘08        Goodman, Joe ’70
                           Crider, Heath ’89                   Downs, Robert ’31 ’32               Flanagan, Tom ’68 ’69 ’70           Goodson, R.W. ’58
                           Crisp, Hugh ’74 ’75 ’76 ‘77         Downs, Rodney ’67 ’68 ’69           Fletcher, John ’17                  Gore, Clinton ’61 ’62
                           Crittenden, Bruce ’71               Dreher, Ferdinand ’28 ’29           Flynn, James ’71 ’72 ’73 ’74        Gore, Stacy ’83 ’84 ı85
                           Crocker, Brandon ‘01 ‘02            Driscoll, Josh ‘01 ‘02              Fogle, Roy ’49 ’50                  Goss, Elbert ’33
                           Crocker, Wayne ’68 ’69              Droke, J.C. ’52                     Folsom-Hill, Schan ’89              Grace, LeKeith ‘02 ‘03
                           Crockett, Matt ‘01                  Ducking, Travis ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00     Ford, Grady ’25                     Graff, Bill ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75
                           Crockett, Stacy ‘91 ‘92 ‘93 ‘94     Dumas, Clyde ‘82 ’83                Forrest, Dennis ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89     Graham, John ’57 ’58
                           Crook, Charles ’82                  Dunbar, Terrence ‘03                Foster, Scott ’70 ’71 ’72           Graham, William ‘91
                           Crone, Ernie ’49 ’50                Duncan, Jason ‘05                   Foulks, Tommy ’74 ’75 ’76 ’77       Granata, Tom ’75 ’76 ’77
                           Cross, Doyle ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75        Duncan, Jesse ‘98 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02       Fowler, Farron ‘03 ‘04              Grandberry, William ‘01
                           Crossley, John ‘99 ‘00 ‘02          Dunn, Donald ’54 ’56                Francis, Cazzy ’84 ’85 ’86          Grant, Corey ‘92
                           Crossley, Terry ’86                 Dunn, Kevin ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82         Frazier, Roland ’13                 Grant, Larry ‘92 ‘93
                           Crump, Clarence ’20                 Dunnick, Byron ’81 ’82 ’83 ’84      Fredrick, Charlie ’84 ’85 ’86 ’87   Grassmyer, Leon ’54 ’55 ’56 ’57
                           Culp, Tommy ’34 ’35                 Dunston, Don ’60 ’61 ’62            Freeman, Tarsh ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95      Graves, Marvin ’31 ’32 ’33
                           Culpepper, Ray ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79      Duren, Joe ’71 ’72 ’73 ’74          Freeman, Zoe ‘93 ‘94 ‘95            Gray, Bob ’55 ’56 ’57 ’58
                           Cunningham, George ’34 ’35          Dyson, Dikki ’77 ’78                French, Carroll ’22 ’25 ’26 ’27     Green, Bruce ’38 ’39
                           Cunningham, Leon ‘94 ‘95            Dyson, Raymond ’88                  Frets, Lynn ’36                     Green, Gary ’76
                                                                                                   Frisella, Scott ‘92                 Green, Julian ‘09
                                          D                                     E                  Frohbieter, Todd ‘95 ‘96 ‘97        Green, Reggie ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06
                           Daley, Foot ’87 ’88                 Eads, Britt ‘90 ‘91                 Fuller, Terrance ‘98 ‘99 ‘00 ‘01    Green, Sam ’48 ’49
                           Dallas, Billy ’46                   Earwood, Bobby ’75 ’76 ’77 ’78 Futrell, Cory ‘97                        Greene, Darrell ’88
                           Daniels, Bill ’51 ’52 ’53           Easley, Chris ‘03 ‘05 ‘07                                               Greene, Byron ’86
                           Daniels, Kenneth ’34                Easley, Earl ’84 ’86 ’87 ’88                         G                  Greenleaf, Dedrick ‘94
                           Danner, Lem ’22 ’23 ’25             East, Stephen ‘83 ‘84 ’85           Gambill, Billy ’46                  Greenwald, Carl ’48 ’49 ’51
                           Darby, Jake ’61 ’62 ’63             Echols, Les ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03         Gamlin, Stefan ‘94 ‘95              Grider, William ’54
                           Darby, Perry ’87 ’88                Edwards, Chester ’24                Gankiewicz, Steve ’65 ’66 ’67       Griffin, Derrick ’79 ’80
                           Davenport, Mark ‘95                 Edwards, Don ’88 ‘89                Gardner, Deotis ‘92                 Griffin, Jimbo ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92
                           Davidson, Bill ’54 ’55 ’56          Eichenberger, Zach ‘05 ‘06 ‘07, ‘08 Gardner, Price ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83      Griffin, Joe ’76 ’77 ’78
                           Davidson, Billy ’77 ’78             Eickmeyer, Ray ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53 Garner, Don ’51 ’56                      Grigory, Bill ’55
                           Davis, Brad ‘91 ‘92 ‘93 ‘94         Elder, Raymond ’14                  Garner, John ‘91                    Grigsby, Zach ‘02 ‘03
                           Davis, Brad ‘96                     Elgin, Andrew ’84 ’85 ’86           Garrett, Cyril ’39                  Grisham, Mark ’83
                           Davis, Buddy ’41                    Elk, Jim ‘59                        Garrett, Jemale ‘07 ‘08             Grosse, Vernon ’50 ’51
                           Davis, Demario ‘08, ‘09             Ellington, Grayson ’29              Garris, Pete ’65 ’66 ’67 ’68        Guice, Rex ’51
                           Davis, Demond ‘97                   Elliott, Gary ’66 ’68               Garrison, Danny ’75 ’76 ’77 ’78     Gunn, David ’59 ’60 ’61
                           Davis, Joey ’75 ’76                 Ellis, Elias ‘05 ‘06                Gartman, Bruce ’80 ’81 ’82          Gwin, Terry ’65 ’66
                           Davis, Lewis ’88 ’89                Elmore, Larry ’72 ’73 ’74           Gaston, Adam ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
                           Davis, Maci ‘99 ‘00                 Emfinger, Nick ‘06                  Gaston, Bobby ’83 ’84                              H
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Hagaman, Marvin ’59 ’60 ’61        Hendrix, Hayden ‘91                   Jackson, Gary ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96                    K
Haigh, John ’25                    Henry, Sevastin ‘92                   Jackson, Julius ‘03               Kaffka, Harold ’46
Haigler, Marshall ‘92              Henson, Brandon ‘05 ‘06               Jackson, Tony ’77                 Kammer, Kevin ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96
Hale, Mitchell ’62 ’63             Herman, Alex ’78 ’79                  Jackson, Wally ’51                Kautai, Alex ‘09
Hales, Steve ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82       Herrold, Nathan ‘09                   Jacobs, Elliot ‘01 ‘02 ‘03        Keane, Tim ’65 ’66 ’67
Haley, Eric ’88 ’89                Hewitt, Travis ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08        James, Chris ‘05 ‘06              Keath, David ’41
Hall, Bryan ‘07 ‘08 ‘09            Heyward, Burgess ’74                  James, Jamarrow ‘04 ‘05 ‘06       Keith, Norman ’50
Hall, C.O. ’34 ’35                 Heywood, Fred ’25                     James, John Ed ’35 ’36            Kellar, Keith ’85 ’86
Hamilton, James ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71    Hickenbotham, James ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02   James, Roy ‘93 ‘94                Keller, Clifton ’15 ’16 ’17
Hamilton, Mark ‘00                 Hickman, Prince ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07       Jansen, Steve ’70                 Keller, Donald ’37 ’38 ’39
Hamlet, P.L. ’49                   Hicks, Brian ‘03 ‘04                  Jefferson, Marcel ‘91 ‘92 ‘93     Keller, Gordon ’13 ’14 ’20
Hammons, Foy ’13 ’14 ’15 ’19       Hiett, Dick ’21 ’22                   Jeffress, Maurice ’46 ’47 ’48     Keller, Harold ’30 ’31 ’32 ’33
Hampton, Anthony ‘92               Higgins, Patrick ‘04 ‘05 ‘06          Jeffries, O. ’13                  Keller, Paul ’17
Hampton, Bill ’41                  Hight, Howard ’45                     Jeffries, Wade ’13 ’14 ’15        Keller, Roy ’11 ’12 ’13 ’14
Hampton, Ed ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05        Hilburn, Dick ’54 ’55 ’56             Jemison, Rickey ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86   Kellett, Orville ’35 ’36 ’37
Hanschen, Steve ’76 ’78 ’79        Hill, Don ’31 ’32                     Jenkins, Tanner ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06   Kellim, Erik ‘99 ‘00
Haney, Andy ’71 ’72 ’73 ’74        Hill, Greg ’72                        Jennings, M.D. ‘07 ‘08 ‘09        Kelly, Paul ’45
Hanger, Jim ’63                    Hill, Harvey Lee ’53                  Jessen, Bill ’40                  Kelly, Ralph ’76 ’77
Hankins, Gary ’65 ’66 ’67          Hill, Stewe ’89 ‘90                   Johnson, Al ’87 ’88 ’89 ‘90       Kelly, Waddell ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82
Harb, Burt ’13 ’14 ’16             Hillers, Ron ’86 ’87                  Johnson, Bert ’28 ’29 ’30         Kelso, Bill ’40
Hardin, Millard ’35 ’36            Hilton, Drew ‘07 ‘08 ‘09              Johnson, Bill ’79 ’80 ’82         Kent, Tom ’53 ’54 ’56
Hardy, Greg ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09        Hines, David ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75          Johnson, Charles ’45              Kerfoot, Oliver ’45
Harkless, Larry ’75 ’77            Hinrichs, Charles ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69     Johnson, Charles ‘03              Kilcrease, Jaqaun ‘08 ‘09




                                                                                                                                                ALL-TIME LETTE RWINNE RS
Harlan, Woody ‘56                  Hinrichs, Mike ’66 ’67 ’73 ’74        Johnson, Clevon ’79               Killen, Michael ’88 ’89
Harms, Keith ’85 ’86 ’87           Hinson, Clingman ’28 ’29 ’30          Johnson, Craig ’69 ’70 ’71 ’72    Kilow, Robert ‘98 ‘99 ‘00
Harp, Waldell ‘97                  Hinson, Jim ’47                       Johnson, David ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08    Kimble, Richard ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89
Harper, Dave ’71                   Hinton, Gary ’79 ’80                  Johnson, Ernest ’45               King, Berry ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83
Harrell, Calvin ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71    Hissam, Jonathan ‘06 ‘07              Johnson, Garry ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02    King, Dennis ’75 ’76 ’77
Harrell, Stacy ‘91 ‘92 ‘93 ‘94     Hobbs, Roland ’54                     Johnson, Harry ’24 ’25            King, Robert ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83
Harrell, Tres ‘97                  Hodges, Ted ’27 ’28 ’29               Johnson, Jack ’48 ’49             Kinsworthy, Terry ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75
Harris, Anthony ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08    Hoeflinger, Jon ‘05 ‘06               Johnson, James ‘04 ‘05            Kirkpatrick, Paul ’53
Harris, Darren ’88 ’89             Hoffman, Eddie ’38                    Johnson, Jesse ’46 ’48 ’54 ’55    Klipsch, Jamie ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75
Harris, Ed ’71                     Hogan, Chris ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03          Johnson, Lawrence ’85             Knight, Greg ‘90
Harris, Henry ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82      Hogue, Bobby ’59 ’60                  Johnson, Lennie ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98   Knight, Parkin ’31 ’32
Harris, James ’78 ’79              Holifield, Darrell ’78 ’79 ’80        Johnson, Lenny ‘00                Koenig, Glen ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
Harris, Larry ’88 ’89 ‘90 ‘91      Holt, Boyce ’52                       Johnson, Nikita ’85               Koets, Kyle ‘05 ‘06 ‘07
Harris, LeMarcus ‘97 ‘98 ‘99       Holland, James ’45 ’47 ’49            Johnson, Robert ’41               Kohonke, Dean ’15 ’16 ’17
Harris, Leroy ’75 ’76              Holligan, Tyson ‘09                   Johnson, Roy ’88 ’89 ‘90 ‘91      Koldus, John ’50 ’51 ’52
Harris, Maurice ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘96    Hollimon, Joe ’71 ’72 ’73 ’74         Johnson, S.T. ’46 ’47 ’48         Konecny, Kevin ’77 ’78
Harris, Willie ’73 ’74             Hollingsworth. R.W. ’59               Johnson, Thomas ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81   Konvalinka, Jeremy ‘98
Harrison, Bill ’63 ’64 ’65         Hollins, Devin ‘04 ‘05                Johnson, Tom ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71      Kramer, Sonny ’46
Harrison, Montis ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07   Holmes, Gary ’78 ’79                  Johnson, Tyrell ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07   Kunz, Al ’51 ’52 ’53
Hartman, Herman ‘98                Holmes, Tausean ‘09                   Johnson, Varon ’79
Hatfield, Jim ’80                  Hooper, Andy ’63                      Johnston, David ’37                              L
Hawkins, Jackie ‘09                Horton, Kevin ‘96 ‘97 ‘98             Jones, Allen ’45                  Ladd, ’22
Hawkins, Joe ’52                   Horton, Melvin ’31 ’32 ’33            Jones, Cameron ‘94                Lafferty, Grover ’41
Hawley, William G. ’31 ’32         Horton, Todd ’85 ’86 ’87 ’88          Jones, Chris ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘04      Lagomarcino, Brian ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89
Hawthorne, Rodney ‘94 ‘95          Houston, Marvin ’87 ’88               Jones, Clarence ’45               LaGrone, Cecil ’67 ’68 ’69 ’70
Hayden, Lewis ’46 ’47              Howard, Tom ’67                       Jones, Don ‘09                    Lamb, Gordon ’28 ’29
Haynes, Fred ’79 ’80               Howington, Dock ’15                   Jones, Garrick ‘98 ‘99 ‘00        Lamb, Nolan ’31 ’32 ’33
Hazel, Gene ’48 ’49                Hubner, Mike ’74 ’76                  Jones, Greg ’86 ’87               Lambert, Lawrence ’11
Head, DuRan ‘93                    Hudson, Dale ’46 ’47 ’48              Jones, Joe ‘99 ‘00                Lampo, Ronald ’56
Head, Julius ’59                   Hudson, Wayne ’85 ’86 ’87 ’88         Jones, Joseph ‘99                 Lanaux, Bob ‘99 ‘00
Headley, Keith ‘98 ‘99 ‘01 ‘02     Huffman, Mike ’61                     Jones, Ken ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75        Landers, Bill ’45 ’48
Heard, Hillery ’24 ’25             Hughey, Frank ’27 ’28 ’29 ’30         Jones, Kevin ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08      Landry, Allen ’85 ’86
Heard, Tibbs ‘26 ’28 ‘29           Humphreys, T.J. ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76       Jones, Kimani ‘02 ‘03             Langford, Tim ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83
Heath, Eddie ’34 ’35 ’36           Hunt, Lee ‘90 ‘91 ‘92                 Jones, Kyle ’83 ’84               Langley, Jim ’34
Heath, Huel ’63                    Hunt, Marc ‘90 ‘92                    Jones, Robert ‘90                 LaPlante, Don ’50 ’51 ’52
Heath, Wayne ‘01                   Hunter, Dave ’50                      Jones, Rodney ’74 ’75             Laney, James ’69
Heern, Howard ’39                  Hurt, Gary ‘97 ‘98                    Jones, Stan ’70 ’71 ’72           Larche, Harry ’46 ’47 ’48
Henault, Andy ‘98 ‘99                                                    Jones, Tyrone ’87 ’88             Larson, Bob ’49 ’50 ’51
Henderson, Jerime ‘04 ‘05 ‘06                       I                    Jordan, Chester ‘90               LaRusso, Scott ‘95 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99
Henderson, Lucious ‘09             Ingle, David ’89                      Jordan, Jimmy ’46                 Lary, James ’16 ’19
Henderson, Russ ’80 ’81            Ingram, Kenny ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92         Jordan, J.T. ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09      Lary, Mike ‘97 ‘98 ‘99
Henderson, Victor ‘97 ‘98 ‘99                                            Jose, Ryan ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92        Latourette, Harry ’61 ’62
Hendrick, Bob ’72 ’74                              J                     Joyner, Maurice ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02   Latimore, Denver ’75 ’76
Hendrix, Bill ’30 ’31 ’32 ’33      Jackson, Anthony ‘06 ‘07 ‘08          Jumper, Gerald ‘64 ’65 ’66 ’67    Lattimore, Lyle ’73 ’74

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                           Lauderdale, James ’38 ’40         Manning, Tom ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53       Monk, Chuck ‘89 ‘90 ‘91              McDonald, Jess ‘05 ‘06
                           Lawrence, Greg ’76 ’77 ’78        Manns, Robert ’47 ’48 ’49 ’50      Montes, Manuel ’66 ’67 ’68           McDonald, Mike ‘91 ‘92 ‘93
                           Lawrence, Larry ’75 ’76 ’77 ’78   Marcellus, John ’33                Montgomery, Jermaine ‘02             McDonald, Scott ’81 ’82 ’83
                           Laws, Kolumn ‘96 ‘97              Marschewski, James ’65             Montgomery, Victor ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81   McFadden, Ralph ’16 ’17
                           Lawson, Derek ‘08 ‘09             Marshall, Jerald ’74 ’75 ’76 ’77   Moody, Walter ‘08 ‘09                McGee, Stacy ’84 ’85 ’86 ’87
                           Lawson, Marcus ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 ‘93    Marshall, Sean ‘08                 Moore, Andrew ’88                    McGinnis, Benny ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82
                           Layne, Bucky ’75 ’76              Martillo, Dick ’61 ’62             Moore, Delano ‘08 ‘09                McGough, David ’72
                           Leach, Frank ’54                  Martin, James ’22                  Moore, Truman ’63 ’64 ’65 ’66        McGuigan, Frank ’67 ’68
                           Leahey, Sam ‘07                   Martin, Lance ‘04 ‘05              Morales, James ‘01                   McGuire, Joe ’36 ’37 ’38
                           Ledbetter, Clint ’84 ’85 ’86      Martin, Sam ’46                    Moreman, Walter ’31 ’32 ’35          McGuire, John ’47 ’48 ’49
                           Ledbetter, Virgil ’46             Martin, Troy ’11                   Morgan, Bruce ’82                    McHenry, Elmer ’49
                           Lee, Greg ’84 ’85 ’86 ’87         Martinzak, Dick ’48                Morgan, Eddie ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75        McIntosh, Jerome ‘93 ‘94 ‘95
                           Lee, Jerome ‘95                   Mashburn, Ken ’62 ’63 ’64          Morgan, J.P. ’45                     McKay, Roy ’31 ’32
                           Lee, Lamar ’58                    Mason, Harold ’82 ’84              Morman, James ‘99 ‘00                McKenna, Jerry ’77 ’78 ’79
                           Lee, Lamar ‘02 ‘03                Mason, Michael ‘93 ‘94             Morris, Clarence ’40 ’41             McKinney, Anthony ’80 ’82
                           Lee, Ramone ‘97                   Massena, Orley ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69     Morris, Mike ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82         McKinnon, Javon ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
                           Lee, Shelby ’63 ’64               Massey, Robert ’50                 Morris, Sean ’88 ’89                 McKinnon, Koby ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07
                           Lemon, Cleo ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00       Matlock, Dennis ‘80 ’81 ’82        Morrison, Donnie ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82     McLennan, Jahbari ‘08 ‘09
                           Leonard, Corey ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09    Matthews, Byron ’87 ’88 ’89 ‘90    Moser, Howard ’15 ’16                McMinn, Mark ’83 ’84 ’85
                           Lewis, Judious ’83 ’84            Matthews, Frank ’21 ’22            Moser, Vivian ’15 ’16 ’17 ’20        McMurray, Jim ’59 ’60 ’61
                           Lieter, Dale ’39                  Matthews, Reggie ’89               Mosley, Roderick ‘95 ‘96             McNeal, Danny ‘07
                           Ligon, Jeremiah ‘95 ‘96           Matthews, Robert ‘99               Moulton, A.K. ‘01                    McNeary, Carlos ‘98
                           Lilly, James ’33 ’34              Maxfield, Sean ‘09                 Mpwo, Eniak ‘00 ‘01                  McPherson, Andy ‘97 ‘98 ‘00 ‘01
ALL-TIME LETTE RWINNE RS




                           Linsy, Eric ‘92 ‘93               Maxwell, Larry ’66                 Muckensturm, Dave ’69 ’79 ’71 ’72    McWherter, Earl ’31 ’32 ’33
                           Lisko, Freddie ’75 ’77 ’78        Mays, Khari ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09        Muckensturm, Jerry ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75   McWhirter, Chad ‘90 ‘91
                           Lisko, Jimmy ‘72 ’73 ’74 ‘75      Mayes, Curtis ’16                  Muckensturm, Kevin ’75               McWilliams, Major ’36
                           Liss, Lawrence ’50                Mayo, Billy ’53 ’54                Muhammad, Darryl ’86                 MacQueen, Donald ’31 ’32 ’33 ’34
                           Little, Jarod ‘03 ‘04             Mays, Lawrence ’88 ’89 ‘90         Mullen, Daniel ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75
                           Little, Koetter ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98   Meachum, Cory ‘06                  Mullins, Dube ’48                                   N
                           Littleton, Chris ‘02 ‘03 ‘05      Meeks, Ron ’75 ’76                 Mullins, Joel ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76        Najm, Jon ‘05 ‘06
                           Lloyd, Victor ’33                 Meier, Hank ’48                    Murphy, Reginald ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96     Nalley, Bill ’58 ’59
                           Lockhart, Steve ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71   Melio, Joe ’46 ’47 ’48             Murrah, G.H. ’58 ’59                 Nash, Gus ’22
                           Lockley, Heath ‘05 ‘06 ‘07        Meredith, Jarry ’34                Murray, Butch ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71        Neal, Curt ’73
                           Logan, Prince ‘93                 Meredith, Jack ’41                 Murray, Corey ‘01 ‘02                Neal, Jimmy ’87 ’88
                           Lohman, Zeke ’23 ’24 ’25 ’26      Metcalfe, James ’45                Murry, Kedric ‘09                    Neff, Mickey ’57
                           Long, Josh ‘02 ‘03 ‘04            Metzler, Charles ’21               Muse, Allen ‘09                      Neihouse, Eric ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05
                           Looney, Leonard ’13 ’15           Metzler, Henry ’38 ’39 ’40         Muzik, Bill ’73 ’74 ’75 ‘76          Nelms, Nick ‘09
                           Lorick, John ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76      Meyer, Dennis ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71      Myers, Brett ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96         Neloms, Marvin ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86
                           Lorigan, Cole ‘09                 Michaels, Mark ‘01                 Myers, Neal ‘99                      Nelson, Kenneth ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89
                           Louis, Alfred ‘08 ‘09             Michles, Earl Ray ’59 ’60 ’61      McAlpin, Chris ‘94 ‘95               Nelson, Roy ’58 ’59 ’60
                           Lovelady, James ‘96               Middlebrook, Orna ’75 ’76          McAndrew, Roger ’36                  Nervig, Brian ’78 ’79
                           Loving, Sylvester ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76 Miller, Aubrey ’89 ‘90 ‘92         McBride, Clark ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95       Newton, Derek ‘09
                           Lowrey, Doug ’70 ’71 ’72 ’73      Miller, Charles ’36 ’37            McBride, Rick ’66 ’67                Nicholson, Rich ’69 ’70 ’71
                           Luellen, Brandon ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 ‘93  Miller, Chris ‘05, ‘06 ‘07         McCain, Hassell ’60 ’61 ’62          Noce, Nick ‘03 ‘04 ‘05
                           Luensmann, Chuck ’71 ’72          Miller, Clayton ’20                McCandless, Lee ’31 ’32 ’33 ’34      Noe, Harold ’63 ’64 ’65
                           Luter, David ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76      Miller, Dan ’86 ’87                McCall, Art ’15                      Noles, Davie ’72 ’73 ’74
                           Lutes, Charles Roy ’54            Miller, Don ’58 ’59                McCall, Greg ‘08 ‘09                 Norman, Jarriel ‘06 ‘08
                           Lynch, Claude ’36 ’40             Miller, Glenn ’65                  McCarley, James ’85 ’86              Norman, Ron ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
                           Lynch, Dan ’40 ’41                Miller, J.C. ‘99 ‘00               McCartney, Frank ’23                 Northcross, Don ’82
                           Lytle, John ’20                   Miller, Jeremy ‘97                 McCarver, Pat ’55                    Norton, W.E.W. ’34
                                                             Miller, Jerome ’75 ’76 ’78 ’79     McCaughey, John ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81
                                          M                  Miller, Jessie ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95     McCay, George ’56                                   O
                           Maas, Dale ‘05 ‘06                Miller, Lance ‘97 ‘98 ‘99          McClellan, Donk ’40                  O’Bar, Joe ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00
                           Mabone, Troy ’89 ‘90 ‘92          Miller, Scott Key ‘98 ‘99          McClelland, Kevin ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69    O’Bryant, Albert ’73 ’74
                           Mabry, Charles ‘99 ‘00            Miller, Tommy ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02      McClure, Alton ’40 ’41               Odie, Andy ‘94
                           Mabry, Leon ’40                   Miller, William ’36                McClure, Rusty ’72                   Oldham, Okel ’23 ’24 ’25 ’26
                           Mack, Clifton ’36 ’37 ’39 ’39     Millwee, Chris ’70 ’71             McComb, Eldridge ’20                 Oldham, Orval ’27 ’28 ’29
                           Mack, Jerry ’79 ’80 ’81           Miner, Elbert ’36                  McConnell, Clyde ’34 ’35             Olliges, Steve ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81
                           Mack, Jerry ‘01 ‘02 ‘03           Miner, David ’76                   McCoy, Atheius ‘97                   O’Neal, Oren ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06
                           Madden, Jerome ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 Mingo, Cordarious ‘08 ‘09             McCoy, Denarius ‘97                  Orr, Marty ’78
                           Maddox, Cornelius ’74 ’75 ’76 ’77 Minshew, Ronald ’58 ’59            McCray, Kelcie ‘08 ‘09               Osment, John ’40
                           Maddox, Preston ’84 ’85           Mitchell, Anthony ‘00 ‘01 ‘02      McCuiston, Bob ’61 ’62 ’63 ’64       Osment, Eugene ’39 ’40
                           Malham, Mike ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75 Mitchell, Chappell ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98      McCullough, Nelson ’73               Osselmeier, Gene ’47 ’48 ’49 ’50
                           Manatt, John ’72 ’73 ’74          Mitchell, David ’70 ’71 ’72 ’73    McDaniel, Bob ’22                    Oswald, Henry ’52 ’53
                           Manderson, Claude ’58             Mitchell, Sean ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00     McDaniel, Hosea ’31 ’32 ’33          Overly, Don ’78 ’79
                           Mandich, Matt ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 Moellers, John ’87 ’88 ’89 ‘90         McDaniel, Russell ’87 ’88 ’89 ‘90    Owen, Russell ’15 ’16 ’17
                           Mann, Ray ’34                     Mohajir, Terry ‘90 ‘91             McDonald, Fred ’26 ’27 ’28 ’29       Owens, Ben ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08

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Owens, Charles ’26 ’27 ’ ‘0728 ’29 Puryear, Steve ’65 ’66 ’67       Roper, Scott ’86 ’87               Shoffner, Charles ’22 ’23
                                   Pylant, Perry ‘94 ‘95            Ross, Ed ’36                       Shrable, Beau ‘02
                 P                                                  Ross, Jack ’70                     Shrable, Brett ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08
Padrta, Dominic ‘07 ‘08 ‘09                    R                    Roth, Matt ‘03 ‘04                 Shrable, Steve ’77 ’78 ’79
Pagano, Bill ’63 ’64 ’65        Radison, Pete ’46                   Rotton, Clifford ’46 ’47 ’48       Sifford, George ’41
Painter, Richard ’67 ’68        Rager, Brandon ‘00                  Rowland, Lynn ’89 ‘90              Sims, Jerome ’82 ’83 ’84 ’85
Painter, Roy ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76    Rager, Richard ’76 ’77              Roy, Clinton ‘03 ‘04               Simmons, James ’70 ’71 ’72
Palmer, Don ’85 ’86 ’88 ’89     Ragland, Thomas ’45                 Rucker, Brian ‘00 ‘01              Simmons, Kenny ‘90 ‘91 ‘92
Palmer, Freddy ’23              Ramage, Rob ‘06 ‘07                 Rudd, John ’51                     Simons, Scot ‘96 ‘97
Palone, Tony ’77                Rankin, Earl ’55 ’56 ’57 ’58        Ruebsam, Dave ’69 ’70 ’71          Singleton, Bryan ‘94 ‘95
Palumbo, Frank ’49 ’50          Ray, Mike ’87 ’88 ’89               Ruffin, Rodney ‘93 ‘94             Sink, Jason ‘96 ‘97
Parker, Brandon ‘09             Ray, Raymond ’72 ’73                Rufus, Ed ‘93 ‘94                  Sissell, George ’16
Parker, Charles ’45 ’46         Reavy, George ’47                   Rump, Ken ‘95 ‘96 ‘97              Skillern, James ’13 ’14
Parker, Jodie ’52               Reed, James ’49 ’50 ’51 ’52         Rumsey, Lance ’88                  Skora, Eugene ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53
Parker, Lorenzo ‘91 ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 Reed, Randy ’75 ’76 ’77             Rusak, Dan ’48                     Slaughter, Justin ‘05
Parker, Mart ’78                Reed, Tyshon ‘00 ‘01                Rush, Charles ’20                  Slaughter, Tab ‘01 ‘02 ‘03
Parker, Wayne ’39 ’45           Rees, Harold ’27 ’30                Russell, Kirk ’87 ’88              Slayton, Joe ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
Parkes, Albert ’37              Reese, Raymond ’11 ’13              Russell, Robert ’65                Smelser, Greg ’70 ’71
Parrott, Pat ’75 ’76 ’77        Reese, Tommy ’62 ’63 ’64 ’65 Ruyle, A.D. ’48 ’49 ’50                   Smiley, Tim ’86 ’87 ’88
Parson, Gerald ’55              Reeves, H.K. ’63 ’64 ’65                                               Smith, Andre ‘09
Patterson, Gerald ’47           Reeves, Steve ‘06                                   S                  Smith, C.D. ’39
Patterson, Jerald ’85 ’86 ’87   Reeves, Troy ’56 ’57 ’58            Sackett, Jeff ’69 ’70 ’71 ’72      Smith, Clyde ’46 ’47 ’48
Patton, Henry ’41               Reibe, Matt ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07         Sain, Tommy ’67                    Smith, Danny ‘00 ‘01 ‘02




                                                                                                                                          ALL-TIME LETTE RWINNE RS
Patton, Tony ’73 ’74            Reid, Bobby ’49 ’50 ’51 ’52         Sample, Dan ’41                    Smith, Darren ‘95
Pearce, Lloyd ’34               Reid, Kenneth ’86                   Sample, Eddie ’38 ’39              Smith, Frank ’59 ’60 ’61
Pebworth, Elam ’60              Reid, Leonard ’21                   Samples, Burt ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02      Smith, Greg ‘09
Peebles, Larry ’59 ’60 ’61      Reid, Stuart ’85                    Sampson, Steve ’86 ’87             Smith, Jack ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69
Pegues, Jerry ‘00 ‘01           Reider, Ernest ’24                  Sanders, Oliver ’26 ’27            Smith, Jamie ’87 ’88 ’89
Pennington, Royce ’68           Reiman, Jerry ’70 ’71 ’72 ’73 Sanderson, Marvin ’28 ’29                Smith, Joe ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07
Peoples, Alex ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 Reisching, Carl ’21 ’22               Sandholzer, Gil ’84                Smith, John ’35
Peoples, Alfonzo ‘95 ‘96 ‘97    Retanio, Joe ’35                    Sapp, Alan ’70                     Smith, Matt ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98
Perkins, Don ’61 ’62            Rhodes, Homer ’85                   Scales, Chaz ‘09                   Smith, Richard ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92
Perkins, Kenneth ’41            Rhodes, Justin ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 Schaefer, John ’70 ’71 ’72              Smith, Richard ‘61 ‘62
Perkins, Lucas ‘92              Richard, Rodney ’83                 Schenk, Dale ’86 ’87               Smith, Rob ’78
Perkins, Tom ’58 ’59            Richards, Frank ’84 ’85 ’86         Scherman, Jim ’55 ’56 ’57          Smith, Ron ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
Perrone, Larry ’72              Richardson, Jasper ’28 ’29          Schmidt, Lennie ’54                Smith, Ryan ‘98 ‘99
Perry, Bill ’48                 Richardson, Kyle ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 Schoemel, Justin ‘09                  Smith, Schuyler ’46 ’47
Perry, Kevin ‘07                Richardson, Rodney ‘95 ‘96          Schuler, Will Allen ’16 ’17        Smith, Stan ’82
Peters, Eddy ’74                Richardson, Ron ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86 Schwartz, Herb ’21 ’22                 Smith, Steve ‘90 ‘91
Petersen, Chris ‘94 ‘95 ‘96     Richardson, Sedrick ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 Scott, Bobby ’49                   Smith, Terry ’73 ’74 ’75
Petroff, Jim ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53    Richmond, Elshon ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92 Scott, Dwayne ’87                     Snellgrove, Frank ’45
Pettus, Brent ‘94 ‘95 ‘96 ‘97   Rickus, Eddie ’62 ’63 ’64 ’65 Scott, Vernon ’11 ’13 ’14 ’15            Snider, Butch ’83 ’84 ’85
Petzoldt, Devin ’89 ‘91 ‘92     Ridgle, Tony ’80 ’82 ’84            Sears, Tom ‘92 ‘93                 Snider, Marion ’38
Peyton, Virgil ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69  Ridgeway, James ’57 ’58             Seaton, Russell ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00    Snodgrass, Jack ’60
Pharis, Milton ’39              Riggs, Don ’55 ’56 ’57 ’58          Sechrest, Ness ’53                 Soest, George ’82
Phelps, Dick ’46 ’47            Ritchey, Dick ’64 ’65 ’66 ’67       Settlemire, Dell ’41               Sommers, Billy ’49 ’50 ’51 ’52
Phillips, Bill ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71  Robak, Ray ’54 ’55 ’56 ’57          Settlemire, Paul ’37 ’38 ’39 ’40   Sommers, Ray ’50 ’51
Phillips, Casey ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79 Robbins, Mark ’85 ’86               Seymore, Jerrold ‘91 ‘92 ‘93       Sorrel, Jack ’23
Phillips, Corlan ‘97            Roberts, Dennis ’66 ’67             Shacey, Latham ’37                 Sowell, Jeff ‘97
Phillips, James ’54             Roberts, Johnnie ’77                Shannon, Charles ’79 ’80           Sowell, Michael ‘02 ‘03 ‘04
Pickering, Bill ’25             Robertson, Jermaine ‘08 ‘09 Shannon, John ’77 ’78                      Spann, Bobby ’52 ’53 ’54
Pinson, Randy ’84               Robertson, Justin ‘09               Sharp, Carlos ’88 ’89 ‘90 ‘91      Spears, Gene ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
Pittman, Dwayne ’81 ’82 ’83     Robins, Ray ‘93 ‘94 ‘95             Sharp, Isom ‘98 ‘99 ‘00            Speck, Leslie ’31 ’32 ’33 ’34
Plank, Jeff ’88 ’89             Robison, Lanier ’82                 Shatley, Andy ‘98 ‘99 ‘00          Speer, Robert ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76
Poag, John ’58                  Robison, Loran ’24 ’25 ’26 ’27 Shaw, Joe ’47 ’48 ’49                   Spensieri, Danny ’51 ’52 ’53 ’54
Politano, Ralph ’65             Robinson, Anthony ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 Shearburn, V.V. ’46 ’47 ‘48              Spiers, Tommy ’54 ’55 ’56
Pond, Jamie ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00     Robinson, Chuckie ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83 Sheard, Lonnell ’82 ’83 ’84 ’85      Spikes, Cloyd ’28 ’29
Porter, Stanley ‘07 ‘08         Robinson, Terry ’57 ’58             Shedd, Neal ’45                    Spivey, Rick ’80 ’81 ’82
Powell, Alvin ‘00 ‘01           Robinson, Vernon ’20                Sheffield, Brian ‘06 ‘07           Spurlock, Maybrine ’45
Powell, Josh ‘04                Roddy, Joe ’20                      Shelby, Charles ’31 ’32 ’33        Stadler, Louis ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53
Powell, Orlando ‘01 ‘02 ‘03     Roebuck, Randy ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83 Shell, Alex ‘90                         Stadler, Mark ’80 ’81 ’82
Powers, Howard ’46 ’47 ’48      Roetzel, Sean ‘92 ‘93               Shelley, Elbert ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86    Stallings, Ray ’57
Prater, Cody ‘09                Rogers, Billy ’47                   Shepard, Isaiah ‘08 ‘09            Stancil, Hal ’49
Prater, Kiano ‘09               Rogers, Freddy ’82 ’83              Sherer, Sanchez ‘00 ‘01            Stanford, Gary ’85
Price, Stacy ’81 ’83 ’84 ’85    Rollins, Brandon ‘04 ‘05, ‘06 ‘07 Sherrod, Neil ’36                    Stanley, Bill ’85 ’86 ’87 ’88
Privett, Leon ’54 ’55           Romeo, Eddie ’54 ’55 ’56 ’57 Shivers, John ‘99                         Staples, Joey ‘92 ‘93
Puckett, James ’27 ’28 ’29 ’31 Romero, Tex ’49 ’50 ’51              Shoemake, Shawn ‘05 ‘06            Starson, Tim ‘09

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                                                    2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                           Steed, Billy ’56 ’57 ’58             Thompson, Levi ‘07 ‘08             Walls, David ’66 ’67 ’68 ’69          Williams, Marquis ‘93
                           Steffens, Nick ‘06                   Thorn, Doss ’17 ’20 ’21            Walls, Lloyd ’74 ’75 ’76              Williams, Opie ’29
                           Stegall, Gill ’80 ’81 ’82            Thornton, Coburn ’29 ’30 ’32 ’33   Walls, Marshall ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71       Williams, Ramon ‘04
                           Stegall, Jerome ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04      Thrower, Vincent ‘05 ‘06 ‘07       Walters, Bill ’48                     Williams, Tim ‘93, ‘95 ‘96
                           Stephens, Del Ray ‘92 ‘93 ‘94        Tierney, John ’73 ’74 ’75 ’76      Walton, Tony ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89          Williams, Varko ‘91 ‘92 ‘93
                           Stephens, Paul ‘08                   Tilley, Willard ’39 ’40            Ward, Hollis ’27 ’28 ’29              Williams, Vern ’55
                           Sterling, Oscar ’15 ’16              Tillman, Leveren ’80 ’81           Ward, Josh ‘03                        Williams, Wesley ’77 ’78
                           Stevens, Chris ‘96 ‘97               Tims, Enoch ’76 ’77 ’78            Ware, Kraig ’88 ’89                   Willis, Mark ’82 ’83 ’84 ’85
                           Stevens, Ray ’29                     Tiner, Al ’80 ’81                  Warren, Antonio ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05       Willis, Oscar ’84 ’85
                           Steward, ’22                         Tinsley, Austin ‘92 ‘93 ‘95 ‘97    Washington, J.J. ‘95 ‘96 ‘98 ‘99      Wilson, Farrell ’80 ’82 ’83 ’84
                           Steward, Stephan ‘91                 Tirey, Tom ’56                     Washington, Lester ’74                Wilson, Freddy ‘92 ‘93
                           Stinnett, Steve ’72 ’73 ’74 ’75      Todd, Courtney ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04     Watkins, Clark ‘92 ‘93 ‘94 ‘95        Wilson, George ’88 ‘90
                           Stockemer, Taylor ‘09                Tolbert, Derrick ‘91               Watkins, Jeremie ‘96 ‘97              Wilson, Larry ’53 ’54
                           Stokes, Sandy ’71                    Tolin, Steve ’77                   Watkins, Wayne ’21 ’22                Wimberley, Jerry ’37
                           Stolt, Allan ’59 ’50 ’51             Tolleson, Shane ‘01 ‘02            Watson, Adam ‘01                      Wineland, Keith ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79
                           Stone, Todd ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89          Tomlinson, Bob ’51                 Watson, Bobby ’75 ’76                 Winford, Benny ’64 ’65 ’66 ’67
                           Storey, O.H. ’33 ’34                 Toney, Darren ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07      Watson, Charles ’88 ’89               Winford, Bill ’56 ’57 ’58
                           Stotts, Lloyd ’29                    Toney, Derrick ’88 ’89 ‘90 ‘91     Weaver, Carroll ’29 ’30               Winfrey, Stan ’72 ’73 ’74
                           Stovall, Paul ’53 ’54                Toney, Frank ’71                   Weaver, Jimmy ’78                     Winters, Hansel ’29 ’30 ’31 ’32
                           Strauss, Al ‘24                      Tookes, Steven ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04     Weaver, Keith ’81 ’82 ’83 ’84         Wiseman, Jim ’84 ’85 ’86 ’87
                           Stroud, Tom ’49                      Trahan, Leroy ‘08                  Webb, Wesley ’41                      Wiseman, Tom ’73
                           Struble, Steve ’67 ’68               Trail, Billy ’58 ’59               Weiner, Max ’89                       Withers, Anthony ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86
                           Stuart, Orlin ’37 ’38                Traylor, Tim ’79                   Weir, Sammy ’60 ’61 ’62               Witt, Keith ’14 ’15 ’16
ALL-TIME LETTE RWINNE RS




                           Stubbs, ’14                          Trieshman, Ed ’49 ’50              Wells, Phillip ’88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘91        Woit, Richie ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53
                           Stupek, Robert ’54                   Troutt, Ed ’82 ’83 ’84             Werner, David ’62 ’63 ’64 ’65         Wood, Gwin ’66 ’67
                           Sugg, Jack ’60 ’61                   Turcotte, Eugene ’21               Wesley, Nyeem ‘03 ‘04                 Wood, Jason ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04
                           Sugg, Tommy ’80                      Turley, Jim ’53 ’54 ’55            West, Terry ’56 ’57 ’58               Wood, Wendell ’62 ’64
                           Suggs, Torrance ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96      Turner, Billy Joe ’60 ’61 ’62      Westbrook, David ‘97                  Wood, William ’36 ’37
                           Sullivan, Ian ‘96 ‘97                Turner, Brent ‘93 ‘94 ‘95 ‘96      Westmoreland, Harold ’55 ’56          Woods, Dorvus ‘08 ‘09
                           Sullivan, Murray ’54                 Turner, Matt ‘96 ‘97               Wheatley, Don ’46                     Woods, Joe ’38 ’39
                           Summers, Dan ’62 ’63 ’64 ’65         Turner, Will ’11 ’13               Whisnant, Gary ‘62                    Woods, Kevin ‘98 ‘99 ‘00
                           Suskie, John ’84 ’85 ’86             Tyre, Block ’29 ’30 ’31 ‘32        Whitaker, Charley ’14 ’15 ’17         Woods, Rennell ‘94 ‘95 ‘96 ‘97
                           Swepston, John ’31 ’32 ’33                                              White, Aaron ’61 ’62 ’63 ’64          Woolford, Shep ’50 ’52
                           Swopes, Kenny ‘92                                  U                    White, Carlo ‘93 ‘94 ‘95              Wooten, William ‘98 ‘99
                           Swinney, Clovis ’67 ’68 ’69          Uhlmansiek, Tom ’46                White, Jonathan ‘08 ‘09               Worthen, Ron ’66 ’67
                                                                Underwood, Leon ’46                White, Paul ’53 ’54                   Wrenn, Oscar ‘31 ‘32
                                           T                                                       White, Ruffin ’13 ’14                 Wright, Dallen ‘76
                           Tankersley, Ollie ’15 ;16 ’17 ’19                  V                    White, Troy ‘05                       Wright, Jack ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00
                           Tarle, Jim ‘94 ‘95                   Van Dolah, Evan ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09    Whiteside, Boris ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86      Wright, Larry ‘52 ‘53
                           Tate, Andre ’85 ’86 ’87 ’88          Van Dyke, Russell ’16 ’17 ’19      Whiting, Terry ’68 ’69 ’70 ’71        Wright, Lee Charles ‘79 ‘80 ‘83
                           Tate, Eric ’89 ‘90 ‘91 ‘92           Vargas, David ‘02 ‘03              Whitney, Joshua ‘09                   Wyke, Jesse ‘37
                           Tate, Kelvin ‘95 ‘96 ‘97                                                Wicks, Jimmy ’74 ’75 ’76 ’77          Wyke, Martin ‘37
                                                                Vegas, Sam ‘03 ‘04
                           Taula, Eti ‘00 ‘01                                                      Wideman, Lloyd ‘92, ‘93. ‘94, ‘95     Wyse, Johnny ‘80
                           Taylor, Gilbert ’22 ’23              Venters, Casey ‘01 ‘03             Wilbanks, David ’54 ’55
                           Taylor, Kennon ’77 ’78               Vicory, Henry ’11                  Wilbourne, Ryan ‘09                                  Y
                           Taylor, Matt ’82 ’83                 Vidal, Manuel ’51 ’52              Wilcots, Keith ‘09                    Yarbrough, Larry ‘70
                           Taylor, Matt ‘06 ‘07 ‘08             Vincent, Gary ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06      Wiles, Rob ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83            Young, Bobby ‘78 ‘79
                           Taylor, Melvin ’80 ’81                                                  Wilf, Lann ‘96 ‘97 ‘98                Young, David ‘66
                           Teat, Ron ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99                          W                    Wilhelm, Bennie ’46 ’47               Young, Harold ‘31 ‘32
                           Templeton, Bill ’54 ’55 ’56          Wade, Devrett ‘05 ‘06              Wilkerson, Cedric ‘06 ‘07             Young, Jim ‘22 ‘23 ‘24 ‘25
                           Templeton, Mike ’81 ’82 ’83 ’84      Wagner, Rudy ’50 ’51 ’52 ’53       Wilkerson, Joe ’39                    Young, Les ‘77
                           Terry, Charles ’45                   Wakwe, Stanley ‘07 ‘08 ‘09         Wilkins, Emil ’50 ’51 ’52             Young, Mitchell ‘83 ‘84
                           Thomas, Duane ’80                    Walden, Cruise, ‘07                Wilkinson, Bobby ’46                  Young, W.A. ‘66
                           Thomas, Haven ‘94                    Waldrop, James ’86 ’87             Wilbourn, Ryan ‘08                    Youngblood, Robert ‘59
                           Thomas, Jack ’55                     Waldrup, Bubba ’68                 Williams, Anthony ’78 ’79
                           Thomas, MaQuonzie ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99    Waleszonia, Joe ’68 ’69 ’70        Williams, Brandon ‘05 ‘06 ‘07                        Z
                           Thomas, Maurice ‘95                  Walker, Chuck ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04      Williams, Clarence ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98    Zabrowski, Larry ‘57 ‘58 ‘59
                           Thomas, Quinton ‘03 ‘04 ‘05          Walker, Corey ‘94 ‘95 ‘96          Williams, Cliff ’80                   Zachery, Lamont ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99
                           Thomas, Richard ’71 ’72 ’73          Walker, Daylan ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09     Williams, Corey ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03       Zachry, Greg ‘84 ‘85 ‘87
                           Thomas, Solomon, ‘98                 Walker, Dennis ’81 ’82             Williams, Country ’87 ’88 ’89 ‘90     Zolper, Dennis ‘66 ‘67 ‘68
                           Thomas, William ‘92                  Walker, Eddie ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04      Williams, Dominique ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08
                           Thomasson, Greg ’55 ’56              Walker, Eric ’89 ‘90               Williams, Frank ’14
                           Thompkins, Brandon ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09   Walker, Jacquis ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘00    Williams, Jimmy ’76 ’78
                           Thompson, Burl ’21 ’24 ’25 ’26       Walker, Tommy ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83      Williams, Joe ‘02
                           Thompson, Edward ’41                 Wallace, Jeremy ‘06                Williams, Josh ‘04 ‘06
                           Thompson, Eugene ’55 ’57 ’58 ’59     Wallin, Harold ’62, ’63 ’64 ’65    Williams, Marcus ‘92
                           Thompson, Horace ’24                 Wallin, Horace ’26                 Williams, Marquette ‘07 ‘08 ‘09

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1911—Won 1, Lost 1
                     2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                            27 Memphis State          0 0 Memphis State            68              0   Ouachita               26
Coach—F.T. Parks                                         0 S.E. Missouri           51             14   Southern Illinois       0
 6 Paragould H.S.       11 1917—Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 1                                              0   Southern State         13
 6 Paragould H.S.         0 Coach—E.W. Brannon          1923—Won 0, Lost 6, Tied 1                 9   Memphis State           6
                             0 Ole Miss               0 Coach—T.E. Dandelet                       13   Mayfield College        7
1912—Won 3, Lost 1          18 Union University       0 0 Alumni                    0             19   Arkansas A&M            0
Coach—F.T. Parks            19 Memphis State          0 0 Arkansas College         46
 6 Memphis CBC          20 0 S.E. Missouri          14 0 S.E. Missouri              6             1928—Won 3, Lost 3, Tied 1
 7 Paragould H.S.         0 101 Ark. Teachers         0 0 Ark. Teachers            40             Coach—Herbert Schwartz
 6 Corning H.S.           0 0 Ouachita              40 0 Memphis State              6             59 Mtn. Home College      0
20 Paragould H.S.         0 20 Arkansas College       0 0 St. Louis Univ.          39             20 Lambuth College        6
                                                         0 Arkansas A&M            27              0 Southern State       22
1913—Won 3, Lost 1, Tied 1 1918—No Team                                                           14 Memphis State        19
Coach—Clint Young                                       1924—Won 4, Lost 4                         6 Arkansas College       6
69 Arkansas College       0 1919—Won 2, Lost 5          Coach—Bill Stanley                         0 S.E. Missouri        12
 0 Memphis CBC            0 Coach—Foy Hammons           24 Alumni                   0              6 Little Rock College    0
 0 Hendrix              30 6 Memphis State            0 12 Mayfield College         0
21 Memphis U. School      0 0 Ark. Teachers           8 7 Ole Miss                 10             1929—Won 2, Lost 5
67 Memphis All-Stars      0 14 Ouachita             13 0 Ark. Teachers             14             Coach—Herbert Schwartz
                             7 Camp Pike            16 33 Southern State            0             22 Lambuth            0
1914—Won 4, Lost 3           0 Ole Miss             32 19 Arkansas A&M             12             12 Caruthersville JC 13
Coach—E.W. Brannon           0 Union University     13 0 Arkansas College           7              0 Southern Arkansas 39
 0 Ole Miss             20 0 Arkansas Tech          19 0 S.E. Missouri             13              0 Memphis State      6
 0 Hendrix              48                                                                        14 Mayfield College   0
 6 Arkansas College       0 1920—Won 3, Lost 3          1925—Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 1                 0 S.E. Missouri     25
 7 Henderson-Brown        0 Coach—Foy Hammons           Coach—Herbert Schwartz                    13 Arkansas College  54
48 Memphis CBC            0 0 Ole Miss              33 0 Ole Miss                  53
 6 Southwestern         20 13 Memphis State           0 19 Memphis State            0             1930—Won 1, Lost 4, Tied 3




                                                                                                                                   YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
18 Memphis State          6 12 Arkansas College     19 6 Southwestern              13             Coach—Herbert Schwartz
                             0 Ouachita College     27 0 Hendrix                   46              0 Caruthersville JC      0
1915—Won 4, Lost 1, Tied 13 Union University          6 27 Southern State           0              0 Hendrix-Henderson 19
1                           18 Camp Pike            12 12 Ark. Teachers             6              7 Univ. Tenn. JC         7
Coach—E.W. Brannon                                       1 Ark-Monticello (forfeit) 0              0 Ark. Teachers          6
10 Ole Miss               0 1921—Won 3, Lost 2, Tied 1   0 Arkansas College         0             13 Memphis State          6
41 Memphis State          0 Coach—Foy Hammons                                                      0 Arkansas A&M           0
26 +P’gould Bus. College 0 14 Arkansas College        7 1926—Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 1                 0 Southern State       19
 0 Henderson-Brown        0 0 Little Rock College 13 Coach—Herbert Schwartz                        0 Arkansas College     27
 7 Ouachita             13 7 Bethel College           0 0 Ole Miss                 28
16 Southern Illinois      0 7 Ark. Teachers         13 7 Memphis State              0             1931—Won 6, Lost 2
+Called at end 1st qtr.     19 Memphis State          0 0 Southern State           20             Coach—Jack Dale
                             0 S.E. Missouri          0 0 Southern Illinois        10              6 Alumni                    0
1916—Won 4, Lost 3                                      13 Lambuth College          0             34 Bethel Col. (Tenn.)       0
Coach—E.W. Brannon          1922—Won 0, Lost 7           0 Ark. Teachers            0             13 Bethel Col. (Ky.)         0
 0 Ole Miss             20  Coach—T.E. Dandelet         26 Arkansas A&M             6              6 Univ. Tenn. JC            0
19 Union University       0  0 Arkansas College     51 14 Arkansas College          7              6 Ark. Teachers            18
13 S.E. Missouri          0 0 Ark. Teachers         82                                            14 Memphis State             6
 0 Ark. Teachers        19 0 Arkansas Tech          69 1927—Won 4, Lost 3                          6 Arkansas A&M             22
 6 Arkansas College       0 0 Arkansas A&M          42 Coach—Herbert Schwartz                     13 Southern State            7
 7 Ouachita             12 0 Little Rock College 38 6 Union University             14

                                  ASU’S FULL-TIME ASSISTANTS (1955-PRESENT)
     Allen, Doug (1992-96)       Davis, Phil (1983, 1987-91, 2001)   Hossler, Palmer (1990-96)    Rothenbuhler, Troy (1997-2001)
     Allen, Jody (1992-93)             Denton, Bob (1959)             Jackson, Jim (1959-61)          Ruse, Doug (2002-09)
 Armstrong, Wayne (1963-67)           Duncan, Butch (1973)           Johnson, Jesse (1959-61)      Saunders, David (1996-97)
 Batoon, Corey (2009-present)       Durham, Scott (1992-97)             Jones, Joe (1968-70)         Skene, Scott (1993-95)
    Behne, Tate (2002-07)           Dykes, Parker (1973-79)            Jordan, Tom (1994-96)           Smith, Corby (2001)
     Block, King (1955-59)           Ellender, Bennie (1962)           Keane, Tim (1973-89)         Smith, George (1979-82)
      Bobo, John (1992)          Federle, Adam (2010-present)        Lacewell, Larry (1960-61)        Stephens, Ken (1960)
  Burtnett, Leon (1999-2001)      Fichtner, Randy (1997-2000)           Larche, Harry (1952)      Studrawa, Greg (1998-2000)
      Butler, Keith (1998)              Floyd, Don (1964)             Malham, Mike (1971-84)       Siskey, Tyler (2008-present)
   Calcagni, Ron (1984-86)       Freeze, Hugh (2010-present)            Marshall, Jim (2001)        Templeton, Bill (1965-79)
      Caldwell, Bill (1961)         Gibson, Bubba (1990-91)            Massey, Pat (1979-82)         Tomlin, Mike (1997-98)
  Caldwell, Steve (1985-89)       Gilbert, Tony (2002-present)        McCarty, Mike (2004-07)     Tuberville, Tommy (1983-84)
      Carr, Roger (1991)             Gore, Clinton (1971-73)         McGinnis, Pete (1992-95)         Waites, Wilson (1967)
   Carter, Jeff (1999-2001)       Gunn, David (2002-present)         Mitchell, David (1975-91)       Weir, Sammy (1971-72)
       Collins, Pat (1990)        Hagaman, Marvin (1968-70)          Morgan, Karl (1997-2000)       Wilson, Barry (1997-2000)
     Conway, Mike (2001)              Hand, Mike (1990-96)           Parker, Duyane (1955-56)          Wilson, Paul (1996)
 Corless, Kevin (2002-present)   Harris, Maurice (2008-present)       Patterson, Darrell (2001)    Winston, Dennis (1990-91)
    Creehan, Denny (1997)           Hawley, Eldon (1980-89)          Peoples, Kevin (2002-09)       Withrow, Gary (1973-89)
     Curtis, Jack (2002-08)         Herzog, Ricky (1991-96)             Petri, Rick (1980-88)        Wright, Dante (2002-03)
   Daniels, Keith (1990-91)       Hiller, Darren (2002-present)      Porter, Larry (1999-2001)    Yanowsky, Don (1997-2000)
   Davidson, Bill (1965-69)         Hoggard, Don (1983-91)            Richards, Jeff (1991-96)

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                                          2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                                    7 Memphis State          6                                    0   SE Louisiana           51
                       Coach—Jack Dale              6 Missouri Mines       39     1949—Won 5, Lost 4              7   at Memphis State       26
                       60 N.W. Miss. JC          0 7 Southern Illinois       0    Coach—Forrest England          20   Austin College         61
                        0 Hendrix              26 0 Hendrix                20      7 Mississippi College 18       0   Tennessee Tech         47
                       26 Ark. Teachers          0 6 Union University      20     14 Memphis Navy        20       0   Abilene Christian      53
                        0 Southern State       15 26 Univ. Tenn. JC        13     14 Ouachita             0
                       12 Memphis State          6                                14 Middle Tennessee    25        1955—Won 6, Lost 3
                        0 Arkansas A&M         13 1940—Won 1, Lost 4, Tied 2       7 Delta State          6        Coach—Gene Harlow
                        0 Ouachita             13 Coach—Bill Adams                28 Henderson            6        41 Lewis College           6
                                                    6 N.W. Miss. JC          6     7 Memphis State       61         7 Florence State         12
                       1933—Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 2 12 Missouri Mines        44      7 Missouri Valley      6         6 Murray State           13
                       Coach—E.T. Renfro            7 Sunflower JC           7    13 Union University     7        21 at SE Louisiana        12
                        0 Hendrix                0 0 Southern Illinois       7                                     21 at Memphis State       20
                       13 Ark. Teachers          6 13 Austin Peay            0    1950—Won 6, Lost 3               40 at Austin College      19
                        0 Tennessee Tech       12 0 Union University       20     Coach—Forrest England            27 at Tennessee Tech      20
                       12 Southern State       13 7 Univ. Tenn. JC         14      0 at Mississippi State 67 6 at Austin Peay                19
                        0 Arkansas A&M         14                                 20 at Ouachita                 0 33 Arkansas Tech           6
                        6 Ouachita             34 1941—Won 0, Lost 7               6 Delta State               19
                        0 Memphis State          0 Coach—Bill Adams               27 Florence State              0 1956—Won 5, Lost 4
                        3 Arkansas College       0 0 S.E. Missouri         44     46 Southern Illinois           0 Coach—Gene Harlow
                                                    0 Missouri Mines       46     21 at Missouri Valley        20 56 Concordia (Neb.)         0
                       1934—Won 2, Lost 5, Tied 1   0 Sunflower JC         68      7 at Memphis State          60 39 at Florence State       13
                       Coach—Tommie Mills           0 Southern Illinois    27     27 Henderson                 13 21 Louisiana Tech          13
                        0 Tennessee Tech         6 0 Austin Peay           34     46 at Union University         0 9 at Mississippi State    19
                        0 Memphis State        18 0 Union University       70                                      28 at Murray State        27
                        6 Hendrix                0 0 Southern State        19     1951—Won 10, Lost 2               0 at Memphis State       34
                        0 Ark. Teachers        25                                 Coach—Forrest England             6 Tennessee Tech         26
                        0 Little Rock JC         0 1942—No Team                   34 Memphis Navy                0 27 Austin Peay            13
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS




                       19 Arkansas A&M           0 1943—No Team                    0 at Mississippi State 32 7 at Arkansas Tech              25
                        6 Southern State       19 1944—No Team                    46 at Arkansas Tech            6
                        0 Arkansas College     12                                 43 at Delta State              0 1957—Won 4, Lost 5
                                                   1945—Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 1     35 Florence State            13 Coach—Gene Harlow
                                                   Coach—J.A. Tomlinson           39 at Troy State               0 13 at Southern Illinois    6
                       1935—Won 2, Lost 7                                         53 Corry Field (at Blytheville)0 15 Florence State
                       Coach—Tommie Mills           0 Southern Illinois      6                                                               13
                                                                                  35 Pittsburg State             0 13 at Mississippi State   47
                        0 Southwestern         38 6 Southern Illinois        6
                                                                                  37 at Henderson State          0 32 S.E. Oklahoma
                        7 Southern Illinois      0 18 Ark. Teachers          0                                                                7
                                                                                  68 at Southern Illinois        0 19 at Louisiana Tech      25
                       18 Memphis State          0 0 Miss. State B         43
                                                                                      Refrigerator Bowl
                        0 Univ. Tenn. JC       25 0 Henderson              13                                      27 Murray State           20
                                                                                  46 Camp Breckinridge 12 0 at Memphis State                 34
                        0 Hendrix              27 21 Ark. Teachers           0
                                                                                       Tangerine Bowl
                        7 St. Louis Univ.      46   6 Illinois Wesleyan    27                                       6 at Tennessee Tech       7
                                                                                  20 Stetson Univ.             35 13 Arkansas Tech           21
                        0 Arkansas A&M         28
                        0 Ark. Teachers        27 1946—Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 3      1952—Won 8, Lost 3
                        6 Southern State         7 Coach—Forrest England                                         1958—Won 4, Lost 5
                                                                                  Coach—Forrest England          Coach—Hugh Taylor
                                                    0 S.E. Missouri          8
                                                                                  39 at Memphis Navy       0      7 Louisiana Tech           14
                       1936—Won 3, Lost 5           0 Xavier (O.)          26
                                                                                  47 Northern Ohio         0      0 at Florence State        19
                       Coach—Leslie Speck           2 Bradley University   26
                                                                                  48 Ellington AFB         0     14 Univ. of Tampa           20
                        0 Southwestern         44 13 Arkansas A&M          13
                                                                                  14 at Mississippi State 41
                                                    0 Henderson              0                                    0 at Mississippi State     38
                        7 Southern Illinois      3                                28 at Florence State     7     16 Austin Peay               0
                        6 Delta State          53 6 Evansville               6
                                                                                  13 Tennessee Tech       21     20 at Murray State          14
                        7 Univ. Tenn. JC       34 14 Southern Illinois     12
                                                                                  42 Lewis College         0
                                                   20 Illinois Wesleyan      0                                   48 Southern State           13
                        7 Hendrix              28                                 34 at Southern State     0      7 at Univ. of Florida      51
                        7 Arkansas A&M           6 14 Centre College         0
                                                                                  26 at Pittsburg State    7     50 at Arkansas Tech          7
                       13 Southern State         6 30 Ark. Teachers        12
                                                                                  41 Emporia State         7
                        7 Ark. Teachers        14                                     Refrigerator Bowl          1959—Won 3, Lost 6
                                                    1947—Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 3
                                                                                  19 Western Kentucky     34     Coach—Hugh Taylor
                       1937—Won 1, Lost 5           Coach—Forrest England
                                                    25 S.E. Missouri          0                                  15 NE Louisiana              0
                       Coach—Leslie Speck                                       1953—Won 8, Lost 0, Tied 2        0 at Louisiana Tech        35
                        0 Southwestern         67   14 Western Kentucky     14
                                                                                Coach—Forrest England            14 Florence State           16
                        0 Delta State          28   28 Arkansas A&M           0
                                                                                19 Abilene Christian      7      14 at Mississippi State     49
                       16 Univ. Tenn. JC        7   14 Washington (Mo.)     40
                                                                                38 at Emporia State     19       19 Western Illinois         22
                        0 Hendrix              51    7 Southern Illinois    12
                                                                                13 Florence State       13       36 Murray State             18
                        0 Ark. Teachers        95    7 Pensacola Navy         6
                                                                                13 SW Louisiana         12       13 at Univ. of Tampa        14
                        0 Arkansas A&M         19   19 Memphis State        19
                                                                                34 at Lewis College       0       6 at Tennessee Tech        54
                                                    45 Centre College         0
                                                                                49 Southern State         0      54 Central Missouri          6
                       1938—Won 3, Lost 3            0 Ark. Teachers          0
                                                                                20 at Memphis State       0
                       Coach—Leslie Speck                                       14 at Tennessee Tech      7 1960—Won 4, Lost 5
                        2 Memphis State        38   1948—Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 1
                                                                                32 Nebraska Teachers      0 Coach—King Block
                        7 Univ. Tenn. JC        6   Coach—Forrest England
                                                                                     Tangerine Bowl          7 at NE Louisiana               13
                        0 Southern Illinois     6   12 Mississippi College    0
                                                                                 7 East Texas State       7 7 Louisiana Tech                  3
                        0 Hendrix               6   13 Western Kentucky     12
                                                                                                            19 at Florence State              0
                       27 Arkansas A&M          6   13 Delta State          13
                                                                                1954—Won 1, Lost 8           9 at Mississippi State          29
                       18 Arkansas A&M          6   34 Henderson            14
                                                                                Coach—Glen Harmeson          6 at Montana State              27
                                                     6 Kansas State U.      37
                                                                                25 Lewis College          7 27 at Murray State               14
                       1939—Won 4, Lost 3            7 Middle Tennessee     14
                                                                                13 at Mississippi State 46 14 Mississippi Southern           13
                       Coach—Bill Adams             27 Southern Illinois    21
                                                                                 7 at Florence State    26 6 Tennessee Tech                  17
                       13 N.W. Miss. JC         0    6 Northwest Louisiana 41
                                                                                 2 at SW Louisiana      32 21 The Citadel                    22
                                                    13 Memphis State        34

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                      2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                1967—Won 4, Lost 5               0 Wichita State              6   10 at Lamar+                 6
1961—Won 3, Lost 6              Coach—Bennie Ellender           21 at SW Louisiana+          18    7 Louisiana Tech+          20
Coach—King Block                21 Western Michigan        8     3 at Tenn-Chattanooga       21   14 at McNeese State+        17
21 at U. of S. Dakota       9   15 at Tennessee Tech       7    17 Louisiana Tech (at LR)+   38   31 at NE Louisiana          20
 8 at Louisiana Tech       47    7 The Citadel (at LR) 20        0 at Abilene Christian+      3   17 SW Louisiana+            15
14 Florence State           6    3 at Louisiana Tech       6    24 Lamar+                    26   14 Texas-Arlington+         44
 6 Montana State            9   24 Abilene Christian+     14    14 at NE Louisiana           13   14 at Southern Miss         10
 0 at Mississippi State    38   23 at Lamar Tech+         28    22 Trinity University        32   +Southland Conf. games
 0 at Miss. Southern       20    6 SW Louisiana            7     6 at Texas-Arlington+        7
22 Murray State            14   14 Texas-Arlington+       16    +Southland Conf. games            1978—Won 7, Lost 4
 7 Wisconsin State          8   13 at Trinity University+ 10                                      Coach—Bill Davidson
 6 at The Citadel          28   +Southland Conf. games          1973—Won 7, Lost 3                20 at Tulsa                 21
                                                                Coach—Bill Davidson                6 Southern Miss. (at LR)   21
1962—Won 6, Lost 3           1968—Won 7, Lost 3, Tied 1         56 Abilene Christian         46   13 at NE Louisiana          21
Coach—King Block             Coach—Bennie Ellender              27 SW Louisiana+             13   10 Drake                     0
 9 at S. Dakota State       7 0 at Western Michigan 20          12 at Wichita State          14   23 NW Louisiana             14
23 at Florence State       1446 at Drake University 14           9 Indiana State              3   26 at Southern Illinois     24
34 St. Mary (Kan.)         1426 Eastern Michigan             7   7 at Louisiana Tech+        23    6 McNeese State+            3
20 Mississippi College      015 Tennessee Tech             12   37 Xavier (at LR)             0   27 at Texas-Arlington+       7
14 The Citadel              717 SE Louisiana                 7   7 at Lamar+                 10   16 at SW Louisiana+          6
 9 at Murray State         1431 Trinity University (at LR)+ 14  38 Illinois State            20   10 at Louisiana Tech+       24
 7 Mississippi Southern    2017 at Abilene Christian+ 17        30 Texas-Arlington+          14    6 Lamar+                    3
12 at Tennessee Tech       2048 Lamar Tech+                17   26 at McNeese State+         23   +Southland Conf. games
18 U. of S. Dakota          0 9 at SW Louisiana            20   +Southland Conf. games
                             22 at Texas-Arlington+ 21                                                DIVISION I-A
1963—Won 2, Lost 6           +Southland Conf. games            1974—Won 7, Lost 3
                                                                                                  1979—Won 4, Lost 7
Coach—Bennie Ellender           Pecan Bowl (ABC-TV)            Coach—Bill Davidson
                                                                                                  Coach—Larry Lacewell
 0 Tennessee Tech         42 14 N. Dakota State            23 7 Louisiana Tech+              20
                                                                                                  24 East Texas State      14




                                                                                                                                   YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
14 Florence State         12                                   14 Eastern Michigan            7
                                                                                                  17 at NE Louisiana       18
68 St. Mary (Kan.)         7 1969—Won 8, Lost 1, Tied 1 38 at Illinois State                  0
                                                                                                  24 Southern Illinois     16
 9 at The Citadel         10 Coach—Bennie Ellender              6 Lamar+                     10
                                                                                                   9 SW Louisiana (ABC-TV)+13
 0 at Miss. Southern      25 53 E. New Mexico              20 41 at Southern Illinois        16
                                                                                                  24 at Richmond            3
33 Murray State           34 10 at The Citadel             14 17 NE Louisiana                14
                                                                                                  14 at Louisiana Tech+     7
21 at Delta State         27 29 at Tennessee Tech 22 0 at Bowling Green                      17
                                                                                                   7 at McNeese State+ 10
14 S. Dakota State        17 26 SW Louisiana (at LR) 0 42 at Texas-Arlington+                12
                                                                                                  10 Lamar+                20
                             34 Abilene Christian+         22 22 McNeese State+              20
                                                                                                  18 Texas-Arlington+      56
1964—Won 7, Lost 0, Tied 2 20 at Lamar Tech+                 0 28 at SW Louisiana+            6
                                                                                                  14 at Wyoming            17
Coach—Bennie Ellender        21 Drake University           21 +Southland Conf. games               6 at Southern Miss      14
27 Tennessee Tech          0 13 Texas-Arlington+             3
                                                                    DIVISION I                    +Southland Conf. games
10 at Florence State       7 27 at Trinity University+ 17
17 at Stephen F. Austin 6 +Southland Conf. games               1975—Won 11, Lost 0                1980—Won 2, Lost 9
 7 at Arlington State+     7    Pecan Bowl (ABC-TV)            Coach—Bill Davidson                Coach—Larry Lacewell
35 Trinity University+    13 29 Drake University           21 42 NW Louisiana                 0   29 Tennessee-Martin          9
21 at Abilene Christian+ 7                                     23 Idaho                       6   12 NE Louisiana             35
17 at Murray State         8 1970—Won 11, Lost 0               24 at McNeese State+           7    7 at Kansas State          31
 7 Delta State             6 Coach—Bennie Ellender             29 at Memphis State           10    3 at Memphis State         24
 7 Lamar Tech+             7 53 at Wichita State           14 39 SW Louisiana+               17    0 at SW Louisiana+          3
+Southland Conference        12 at SE Louisiana              3 14 at Cincinnati               9    0 at Southern Miss         35
games                        24 The Citadel (at LR)          7 17 at Lamar+                   0   28 McNeese State+           36
                             21 Trinity University+        14 48 Tenn-Chattanooga             0    0 Louisiana Tech+          28
1965—Won 6, Lost 3           38 Louisiana Tech             17 35 Southern Illinois (at LR)   12   22 at Lamar+                23
Coach—Bennie Ellender        28 at Abilene Christian+ 23 54 Texas-Arlington+                  7   14 at Texas-Arlington+      36
12 at Tennessee Tech       7 69 Lamar University+            7 30 at Louisiana Tech+         13   14 Austin Peay State         9
33 Florence State         12 23 North Dakota Univ. 18 +Southland Conf. games                      +Southland Conf. games
 3 Stephen F. Austin       0 27 at Texas-Arlington+          7
 7 at Lamar Tech+         20 27 Southern Illinois            3 1976—Won 5, Lost 6                 1981—Won 6, Lost 5
14 at The Citadel          0 +Southland Conf. games            Coach—Bill Davidson                Coach—Larry Lacewell
35 Abilene Christian+     13    Pecan Bowl (ABC-TV)            31 NE Louisiana               13   35 at NE Louisiana          13
27 Murray State           13 38 Central Missouri           21 14 at San Diego State          24   20 Richmond                 24
12 Arlington State+       27                                   21 at Indiana State           31   26 at Central Michigan      23
14 at Trinity University+ 15 1971—Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 1 13 Louisiana Tech+                   27   16 at Kansas (ABC-TV)       17
+Southland Conf. games       Coach—Bill Davidson
                                                               44 NW Louisiana               24   14 SW Louisiana+             3
                             16 at Wichita State           14
                                                               30 at Eastern Michigan        32    2 UT Chattanooga            3
1966—Won 7, Lost 2           20 NE Louisiana                 6
                                                               41 at Southern Illinois       10    7 at McNeese State+        21
Coach—Bennie Ellender        14 at Southern Illinois 21
                                                               21 McNeese State+             24   10 at Texas-Arlington+       7
49 Tennessee Tech         13 27 Louisiana Tech+            28
                                                               31 Lamar+                      0   16 Lamar+                    9
27 at Florence State       7 35 Abilene Christian (at LR)+ 9 14 at SW Louisiana+             23    0 at Louisiana Tech+       32
26 Louisiana Tech         13 10 SW Louisiana+              10
                                                               14 at Texas Arlington+        13   31 Tulsa                     7
44 at Murray State         0 28 Texas-Arlington+             7
                                                               +Southland Conf. games             +Southland Conf. games
33 at Abilene Christian+ 22 11 at Trinity University 28
 0 Lamar Tech+            17 13 at Lamar University+ 24 1977—Won 7, Lost 4
17 at SW Louisiana        14 +Southland Conf. games
                                                                                                     DIVISION I-AA
                                                               Coach—Bill Davidson
 6 at Arlington State+    16                                   31 at Drake                   29   1982—Won 5, Lost 6
20 Trinity University+     7 1972—Won 3, Lost 8                 7 at NW Louisiana            30   Coach—Larry Lacewell
+Southland Conf. games       Coach—Bill Davidson                                                  10 at Mississippi State 31
                                                               21 Southern Illinois           6
                             17 McNeese State+             27                                     13 Tenn-Chattanooga 12
                                                               18 East Texas State           17
                             39 at E. New Mexico             7

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                       35 at Southern Illinois    30     55 at Delaware          14    10 Louisiana Tech      42         42
                        7 at Alabama              34     24 Eastern Kentucky     10    20 Central Florida     31         30 Northern Illinois   31
                       20 at SW Louisiana         13     21 Georgia Southern*          14 at Louisiana State  70         17 Central Arkansas     7
                       21 NE Louisiana+           31     (ESPN)                  48    23 at Akron            28         31 at Southwestern La. 42
                       10 McNeese State+          21       *at Tacoma, Washington      20 Southwest Missouri 37          38 SE Missouri State    9
                       14 Louisiana Tech+         24     +Southland Conference         20 Troy State          17         21 at Mississippi      38
                       20 at Lamar+               19     games                         13 SW Louisiana        17         16 at East Carolina    34
                       20 Texas-Arlington+        17                                   ASU played as Independent         55 Louisiana Tech      38
                        0 at Memphis State        12     1987—Won 8, Lost 4, Tied 1                                      14 at Nevada           66
                       +Southland Conf. games            Coach—Larry Lacewell              DIVISION I-A                  ASU played as Independent
                                                         20 NW Louisiana         23    1992—Won 2, Lost 9
                       1983—Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 1        35 Mississippi College    0                                     1997—Won 2, Lost 9
                                                                                       Coach—Ray Perkins
                       Coach—Larry Lacewell              10 at Ole Miss          47                                      Coach—Joe Hollis
                                                                                        0 at Toledo                 49
                       31 Tennessee-Martin          0    77 East Texas State     22                                       7 at Georgia          38
                                                                                        0 at Oklahoma               61
                       27 at Tenn-Chattanooga 14         17 at McNeese State       0                                     36 Central Arkansas    35
                                                                                        0 Northern Illinois         31
                        0 at Texas A&M             38    37 Louisiana Tech         3                                     24 Southern Utah       34
                                                                                       42 Southern Illinois         38
                        7 at NE Louisiana (WTBS)+ 45     33 at Southern Illinois   9                                      0 at Virginia Tech    50
                                                                                       18 NW Louisiana              24
                       28 Southern Illinois        35    21 at Memphis State     21                                      38 Southwestern La.    41
                                                                                        7 Troy State                41
                        0 North Texas State (at LR)+17   27 North Texas State    20                                       9 at Memphis          38
                                                                                        7 at Memphis State          37
                       21 Louisiana Tech+           7    34 at Lamar             20                                      14 at Louisiana Tech   42
                                                                                        6 at Mississippi State 56
                       24 at McNeese State+ 14           21 at NE Louisiana      31                                      20 at New Mexico State 34
                                                                                        0 at Louisiana Tech         23
                       19 Texas-Arlington+         28           I-AA Playoffs                                            10 at Miami (Fla.)     42
                                                                                       18 at East Carolina          35
                       24 at Lamar+                14    35 at Jackson State     32                                      35 SW Missouri State 27
                                                                                       20 at SW Louisiana*           7
                       14 at Memphis State         14    28 at Northern Iowa     49                                       7 Alabama-Birmingham 13
                                                                                       *called in 4th due to lightning
                       +Southland Conf. games            ASU played as Independent                                       ASU played as Independent
                                                                                       ASU played as Independent
                       1984—Won 8, Lost 4, Tied 1        1988—Won 5, Lost 6                                              1998—Won 4, Lost 8
                                                                                       1993—Won 2, Lost 8, Tied 1
                       Coach—Larry Lacewell              Coach—Larry Lacewell                                            Coach—Joe Hollis
                                                                                       Coach—John Bobo
YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS




                        2 at Memphis State     17        28 Delta State          15                                      14 at Minnesota        17
                                                                                        6 at Florida            44
                       16 at Tenn-Chattanooga 0           7 at Memphis State      9                                       6 at Louisiana State  42
                                                                                       19 New Mexico State+ 22
                       72 Tennessee-Martin     14        21 at North Texas       49                                      28 SW Missouri State 24
                                                                                        7 at Northern Illinois+ 23
                       19 at Southern Illinois   0       13 NE Louisiana         16                                      20 at Hawaii            0
                                                                                       27 Southern Illinois      6
                       21 at Texas A&M         22        43 at Southern Illinois 45                                      34 New Mexico St. (OT) 31
                                                                                        3 at Louisiana Tech+ 17
                       14 North Texas State+     9       13 at Akron             12                                      14 Idaho               52
                                                                                        3 at Memphis State      45
                       10 at Louisiana Tech+ 20          22 at Ole Miss          25                                      19 at Southwestern La. 21
                                                                                        3 Southwestern La.+ 19
                       16 McNeese State+       16        17 Lamar                21                                      17 at Mississippi      30
                                                                                       15 at Mississippi State 15
                       51 at Texas-Arlington+ 21         31 at Louisiana Tech    22                                      19 at Memphis          35
                                                                                       10 Northeast Louisiana 42
                       37 Lamar+               13        28 Illinois State       10                                      21 Louisiana Tech      69
                                                                                        6 at Pacific+           20
                       38 NE Louisiana+        14        38 at SW Louisiana      21                                      17 Northeast Louisiana 13
                                                                                       23 Nevada+               21
                              I-AA Playoffs              ASU played as Independent                                        7 Cincinnati          51
                                                                                       +Big West Conf. games
                       37 Tenn-Chattanooga 10                                                                            ASU played as Independent
                       14 at Montana State     31        1989—Won 5, Lost 6            1994—Won 1, Lost 10
                       +Southland Conf. games            Coach—Larry Lacewell          Coach—John Bobo                   1999—Won 4, Lost 7
                                                         17 at Memphis State    13      7 at Virginia Tech     34        Coach—Joe Hollis
                       1985—Won 9, Lost 4                31 at Ole Miss         34      0 at Nevada+           18         3 at Illinois          41
                       Coach—Larry Lacewell              17 North Texas         20     41 Southern Illinois    14        14 at Mississippi       38
                       12 at NW Louisiana      10        28 Southern Illinois   23                                       26 at Memphis           31
                                                                                       17 at New Mexico State+24
                       14 at Mississippi State 22        41 at Lamar            31      3 at Mississippi State 49        21 TCU                  24
                       41 Mississippi College  13        21 McNeese State       16                                       45 Sam Houston State 20
                                                                                        0 at Southwestern La.+ 26
                       16 at Mississippi       18        37 Louisiana Tech      40                                       14 at Utah State+       20
                                                                                        6 at Memphis           15
                       13 at McNeese State+    15         7 at NE Louisiana     13                                       24 Idaho (OT)+          30
                                                                                       16 Pacific+             30
                       56 North Texas State+    0        13 Pittsburg State     34                                       14 at North Texas+      10
                                                                                       16 Northern Illinois+   38
                       31 Louisiana Tech+      13        21 at Illinois State   12      3 at Colorado State    48        31 Louisiana-Lafayette+#27
                       13 Texas-Arlington+     12        28 at SW Louisiana     29     14 Louisiana Tech+      20        10 at Boise State+      63
                       41 Southern Illinois    12        ASU played as Independent                                       44 Nevada               28
                                                                                       +Big West Conf. games
                       21 at Lamar+             0                                                                        +Big West Conf. games
                       31 at NE Louisiana+     23 1990—Won 3, Lost 7, Tied 1           1995—Won 6, Lost 5                #Designated as Big West
                              I-AA Playoffs        Coach—Al Kincaid
                                                                                       Coach—John Bobo                   game
                       10 Grambling             7 24 at Memphis State      24
                                                                                       21 Utah State+            17
                       23 at Nevada-Reno       24 23 NE Louisiana          18
                                                                                       23 at UNLV+               28      2000—Won 1, Lost 10
                       +Southland Conf. games      27 at Wyoming           34
                                                                                       14 Southern Illinois       9      Coach—Joe Hollis
                                                    7 at Louisiana Tech    40                                            31 at North Carolina St. (2OT) 38
                                                                                       25 at Louisiana Tech+ 28
                       1986—Won 12, Lost 2, Tied 1 20 at Southern Illinois 17                                             7 at Oklahoma                45
                                                                                        7 at Minnesota           55
                       Coach—Larry Lacewell        16 NW Louisiana          8                                            17 Memphis                    19
                                                                                        9 Southwestern La.+ 33
                       22 Southern Illinois     7 0 at Northern Illinois   35                                             3 at TCU                     52
                                                                                       25 at Texas Tech          63
                       21 NW Louisiana          0 13 at Ole Miss           42                                            27 Richmond                   30
                                                                                       37 Jacksonville State      6
                       30 at Memphis State     10 26 at North Texas        35                                            10 at Mississippi             35
                                                                                       21 San Jose State+         7
                       10 at Ole Miss          10 16 SW Louisiana          17                                            25 at Idaho+                  42
                                                                                       28 at Northern Illinois+ 21
                       44 East Texas State      0 28 at Toledo             43                                            29 New Mexico St. (OT)+35
                                                                                       55 Mississippi Valley State3
                        9 at Mississippi State 24 ASU played as Independent                                              31 at Utah State+             44
                                                                                       +Big West Conf. games
                       20 at Louisiana Tech+ 17                                                                          14 Boise State+               42
                       23 McNeese State+       14 1991—Won 1, Lost 10                                                    53 North Texas+               28
                                                                                       1996—Won 4, Lost 7
                       43 at North Texas State+21 Coach—Al Kincaid                                                       +Big West Conf. games
                                                                                       Coach—John Bobo
                       56 Lamar+                7 24 at Colorado State     38
                                                                                        9 at Brigham Young    58
                       26 NE Louisiana+        21 3 NW Louisiana           28                                    2001—Won 2, Lost 9
                                                                                       24 Austin Peay State    0
                              I-AA Playoffs        21 at Northern Illinois 22                                    Coach—Joe Hollis
                                                                                       17 at Alabama-Birmingham
                       48 Sam Houston State     7 21 at Memphis State      31                                    17 at Georgia                        45

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                      2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                        24       + - Sun Belt Conf. games            Year   W L T     Pts. Opp. Year    W L T       Pts. Opp.
28 Jacksonville State   31       # - New Orleans Bowl
17 Mississippi          35                                           1911   1   1 0   12    11   1961 3     6 0     84    179
26 Louisiana-Lafayette+ 20       2006–Won 6, Lost 6                  1912 3     1 0   39    20   1962 6     3 0     146   96
0 at North Texas+       45       Coach–Steve Roberts
34 Idaho+               31       14 Army                         6   1913 3     1 1   157   30   1963 2     6 0     159   174
6 at Middle Tennessee+54         35 Oklahoma State!              7   1914 4     3 0   85    94   1964 7     0 2     148   61
17 at New Mexico State+28        9 at SMU                       55
7 Louisiana-Monroe+ 16           31 at Florida International*6       1915 4     1 1   100   13   1965 6     3 0     157   107
22 Nicholls State       28       10 Louisiana-Monroe*            6   1916 4     3 0   72    51   1966 7     2 0     222   109
+Sun Belt Conf. games            26 at Memphis                  23
                                 29 North Texas* (HC)           10   1917 4     2 1   158   54   1967 4     5 0     126   116
2002—Won 6, Lost 7               0 at Florida Atlantic*         29   1918       No Team          1968 7     3 1     245   172
Coach—Steve Roberts              0 at Auburn                    27
7 at Virginia Tech*         63   10 Middle Tennessee* 38             1919 2     5 0   27    101 1969 8      1 1     262   140
14 San Jose State (LR) 33        33 at Troy*                    26   1920 3     3 0   56    97   1970 11 0 0        360   134
21 Tulsa                    19   13 at UL Lafayette             28
7 at Illinois               59   !played at War Memorial Stadium     1921 3     2 1   47    33   1971 4     4 1     174   147
33 at Louisiana-Monroe+21        *Sun Belt Conference game           1922 0     7 0    0    401 1972 3      8 0     163   198
30 Tennessee-Martin         10
13 Middle Tennessee          7  2007–Won 5, Lost 7                   1923 0     6 1    0    164 1973 7      3 0     249   166
17 at Mississippi (No. 25)52    Coach–Steve Roberts                  1924 4     4 0   95    56   1974 7     3 0     215   122
10 North Texas+             13  13 at Texas               21
21 New Mexico State+ 26         45 SMU                    28         1925 4     3 1   65    118 1975 11 0 0         355   81
38 Southern Utah            16  27 at Tennessee           48         1926 4     3 1   60    71   1976 5     6 0     274   221
10 at UL Lafayette+         13  35 Memphis                31
38 at Idaho+                29  13 at Louisiana-Monroe* 30           1927 4     3 0   61    66   1977 7     4 0     184   214
*Hispanic College Fund Classic  52 Louisiana-Lafayette* 21           1928 3     3 1   105   65   1978 7     4 0     163   144




                                                                                                                                YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
+Sun Belt Conf. games           7 at Middle Tennessee* 24
                                0 Troy*                   27         1929 2     5 0   61    137 1979 4      7 0     167   188
2003—Won 5, Lost 7              27 Florida International* 24         1930 1     4 3   20    84   1980 2     9 0     129   269
Coach—Steve Roberts             31 at Florida Atlantic*   34
11 at Texas A&M              26 31 North Texas*           27         1931 6     2 0   98    53   1981 6     5 0     177   159
63 Tennessee-Martin           6 10 at Southern Miss       16         1932 3     4 0   98    73   1982 5     6 0     170   244
21 SE Missouri State          3 *Sun Belt Conference game
7 at Tulsa#+                 54                                      1933 2     4 2   34    79   1983 5     5 1     195   226
16 at Memphis                38 2008–Won 6, Lost 6                   1934 2     5 1   31    80   1984 8     4 1     347   187
44 UL Monroe (LR)+           41 Coach–Steve Roberts
0 at Mississippi             55 18 at Texas A&M           14         1935 2     7 0   38    198 1985 9      4 0     322   169
0 at Utah State+             49 83 Texas Southern         10         1936 3     5 0   54    188 1986 12 2 1         452   210
28 at New Mexico State+24 24 Southern Miss                27
24 Idaho+                    23 31 Middle Tennessee* 14              1937 1     5 0   16    267 1987 8      4 1     395   277
14 at North Texas+           58 17 at Memphis             29         1938 3     3 0   54    68   1988 5     6 0     261   245
14 Middle Tennessee+ 24 37 Louisiana-Monroe* 29
# Designated Sun Belt game 23 at UL Lafayette*            28         1939 4     3 0   65    98   1989 5     6 0     261   265
+ Sun Belt Conf. games          0 at No. 2 Alabama        35         1940 1     4 2   45    98   1990 3     7 1     200   313
                                21 at Florida Int’l*      22
2004–Won 3, Lost 8              28 Florida Atlantic*      14         1941 0     7 0    0    308 1991 1 10 0         189   361
Coach–Steve Roberts             33 at North Texas*        28         1942       No Team          1992 2     9 0     118   402
20 at Missouri (No. 17) 52 9 at Troy*                     35
3 at LSU (No. 4)             53 *Sun Belt Conference game            1943       No Team          1993 2     8 1     122   274
35 Memphis (No. 25)          47                                      1944       No Team          1994 1 10 0        123   316
28 at Louisiana-Monore+21 2009–Won 4, Lost 8
21 at Mississippi            28 Coach–Steve Roberts                  1945 2     4 1   51    95   1995 6     5 0     265   270
17 at Middle Tennessee+45 61 Mississippi Valley St. 0                1946 4     3 3   99    103 1996 4      7 0     272   365
13 Troy+                      9 9 at Nebraska             38
24 at UL Lafayette+          27 27 Troy*                  30         1947 4     2 3   159   91   1997 2     9 0     201   394
31 at Idaho+                 45 21 at Iowa                24         1948 4     4 1   131   186 1998 4      8 0     216   385
16 Utah State+                7 10 at UL Monroe*          16
7 North Texas+               31 27 Florida Int’l*         10         1949 5     4 0   111   149 1999 4      7 0     246   332
+ Sun Belt Conf. games          13 at Louisville          21         1950 6     3 0   200   179 2000 1 10 0         247   410
                                18 UL Lafayette*          21
2005–Won 6, Lost 6              18 at Florida Atlantic*   35         1951 10 2 0      456   98   2001 2     9 0     177   357
Coach–Steve Roberts             14 at Middle Tennessee* 38           1952 8     3 0   351   117 2002 6      7 0     259   361
17 vs. Missouri!             44 30 North Texas*           26
56 Tennessee-Martin           7 24 at Western Kentucky 20            1953 8     0 2   239   65   2003 5     7 0     242   401
10 at Oklahoma State 20 *Sun Belt Conference game                    1954 1     8 0   74    349 2004 3      8 0     215   365
66 Florida International+ 24
27 at Louisiana-Monroe+31                                            1955 6     3 0   202   127 2005 6      6 0     294   303
39 Louisiana-Lafayette+ 36                                           1956 5     4 0   193   170 2006 6      6 0     182   289
3 Florida Atlantic (OT)+ 0
7 at Middle Tennessee+45                                             1957 4     5 0   138   180 2007 5      7 0     291   331
9 Troy+                       3                                      1958 4     5 0   162   176 2008 6      6 0     324   285
10 at Army                   38
31 at North Texas+           24                                      1959 3     6 0   171   214 2009 4      8 0     272   279
19 vs. Southern Miss# 31                                             1960 4     5 0   116   138 Totals 406 438 37
! - played at Arrowhead Stadium

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                                                                                            North Texas             2-5     .286        2-9 .182
                                   SUN BELT CONFERENCE                                      # - SBC Champs
                                       (2001-present)                                       $ - New Orleans Bowl representative

                                                                                                                    2004
                                                           2009                                                      Conference            Season
                                                            Conference      Season          $#North Texas            7-0  1.000           9-5 .583
                                  #*Troy                    8-0  1.000     9-4 .692         @Troy                    5-2    .714          7-5 .583
                                  $Middle Tennessee         7-1    .875   10-3 .769         New Mexico State         4-3    .571          5-6 .455
                                  Louisiana-Monroe          5-3    .625    6-6 .500         Louisiana-Monroe         4-3    .571          5-6 .455
                                  Florida Atlantic          5-3    .625    5-7 .417         Middle Tennessee         4-4    .500          5-6 .455
                                  Louisiana-Lafayette       4-4    .500    6-6 .500         Arkansas State           3-4    .429          3-8 .273
                                  Arkanas State             3-5    .375    4-8 .333         Louisiana-Lafayette      2-5    .286          4-7 .364
                                  Florida International     3-5    .375    3-9 .250         Utah State               2-5    .286          3-8 .273
                                  North Texas               1-7    .125   2-10 .167         Idaho                    2-5    .286          3-9 .250
                                  Western Kentucky          0-8    .000   0-12 .000         # - SBC Champs
                                  #SBC Champions                                            $ - New Orleans Bowl representative
                                  $ - New Orleans Bowl                                      @ - Silicon Valley Football Classic participant
                                  * - GMAC Bowl
                                                                                                                    2003
                                                           2008                                                      Conference          Season
ALL-TIME CONFE RENCE STAN DINGS




                                                            Conference      Season          $#North Texas            7-0  1.000         9-4 .692
                                  #$Troy                    6-1    .857    8-5 .615         Louisiana-Lafayette      4-3    .571        4-8 .333
                                  Louisiana-Lafayette       5-2    .714    6-6 .500         Middle Tennessee         4-3    .571        4-8 .333
                                  Arkansas State            4-3    .571    6-6 .500         Arkansas State           3-4    .429        5-7 .417
                                  Florida Atlantic          4-3    .571    7-6 .538         Utah State               3-4    .429        3-9 .250
                                  *Florida International    3-4    .429    5-7 .417         Louisiana-Monroe         3-4    .429        3-9 .250
                                  Middle Tennessee          3-4    .429    5-7 .417         New Mexico State         2-5    .286        3-9 .250
                                  Louisiana-Monroe          3-4    .429    4-8 .333         Idaho                    1-6    .143       1-11 .083
                                  North Texas               0-7    .000   1-11 .083         # - SBC Champs
                                  #SBC Champions                                            $ - New Orleans Bowl representative
                                  $ - New Orleans Bowl representative
                                  * - Motor City Bowl                                                               2002
                                                                                                                     Conference          Season
                                                           2007                             $#North Texas            6-0  1.000         8-5 .615
                                                            Conference      Season          New Mexico State         5-1    .833        7-5. 5 8 3
                                  #$Florida Atlantic        6-1    .857    8-5 .615         Arkansas State           3-3    .500        6-7 .462
                                  #Troy                     6-1    .857    8-4 .667         Middle Tennessee         2-4    .333        4-8. 3 3 3
                                  Louisiana-Monroe          4-3    .571    6-6 .500         Louisiana-Monroe         2-4    .333        3-9 .250
                                  Middle Tennessee          4-3    .571    5-7 .417         Louisiana-Lafayette      2-4    .333        3-9 .250
                                  Arkansas State            3-4    .429    5-7 .417         Idaho                    1-5    .167       2-10 .167
                                  Louisiana-Lafayette       3-4    .429    3-9 .250         # - SBC Champs
                                  North Texas               1-6    .143   2-10 .167         $ - New Orleans Bowl representative
                                  Florida International     1-6    .143   1-11 .083
                                  #SBC Champions                                                                    2001
                                  $ - New Orleans Bowl representative                                                Conference          Season
                                                                                            $#North Texas            5-1    .833        5-7 .417
                                                           2006                             #Middle Tennessee        5-1    .833        8-3 .727
                                                            Conference      Season          New Mexico State         4-2    .667        5-7 .417
                                  #$Troy                    6-1    .857    8-5 .615         Louisiana-Lafayette      2-4    .333        3-8 .273
                                  @Middle Tennessee         6-1    .857    7-6 .538         Arkansas State           2-4    .333        2-9 .182
                                  Arkansas State            4-3    .571    6-6 .500         Louisiana-Monroe         2-4    .333        2-9 .182
                                  Florida Atlantic          4-3    .571    5-7 .417         Idaho                    1-5    .167       1-10 .091
                                  Louisiana-Lafayette       3-4    .429    6-6 .500         # - Co-champions
                                  Louisiana-Monroe          3-4    .429    4-8 .333         $ - New Orleans Bowl representative
                                  North Texas               2-5    .286    3-9 .250
                                  Florida International     0-7    .000   0-12 .000
                                  # - SBC Champs                                             BIG WEST CONFERENCE
                                  $ - New Orleans Bowl representative
                                  @ - Motor City Bowl participant                                  (1999-2000)
                                                           2005                                                     2000
                                                            Conference     Season                                    Conference          Season
                                  #$Arkansas State          5-2    .714    6-6 .500         *#Boise State            5-0  1.000        10-2 .833
                                  Louisiana-Lafayette       5-2    .714    6-5 .545         Utah State               4-1    .800        5-6 .455
                                  Louisiana-Monroe          5-2    .714    5-6 .455         Idaho                    3-2    .600        5-6 .455
                                  Florida International     3-4    .429    5-6 .455         New Mexico State         1-4    .200        3-8 .273
                                  Middle Tennessee          3-4    .429    4-7 .364         North Texas              1-4    .200        3-8 .273
                                  Troy                      3-4    .429    4-7 .364         Arkansas State           1-4    .200       1-10 .091
                                  Florida Atlantic          2-5    .286    2-9 .182         *Big West Champion

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#Crucial.com Humanitarian Bowl winner
                                                                    SOUTHLAND CONF.
                        1999
                         Conference        Season
                                                                       (1964-1986)
*#Boise State            5-1    .833      10-3 .769
Idaho                    4-2    .667       7-4 .636                                  1986
New Mexico State         3-3    .500       6-5 .545                                   Conference        Season
Arkansas State           3-3    .500       4-7 .364          Arkansas State         5-0-0  1.000     12-2-1 .833
Utah State               3-3    .500       4-7 .364          North Texas            3-2-0    .600     6-4-0 .600
North Texas              1-5    .167       2-9 .182          Louisiana Tech         3-2-0    .600     6-4-1 .591
*Big West Champion                                           NE Louisiana           3-2-0    .600     5-6-0 .456
#Humanitarian representative                                 McNeese State          1-4-0    .200     2-9-0 .182
                                                             Lamar                  0-5-0    .000     2-9-0 .182
                   INDEPENDENT
                     (1996-1998)                                                     1985
                                                                                      Conference        Season
                                                             Arkansas State         5-1-0    .833     9-4-0 .692
 BIG WEST CONFERENCE                                         Louisiana Tech         4-2-0    .667     8-3-0 .727
                                                             McNeese State          3-1-2    .667     6-3-2 .636
       (1993-1995)                                           NE Louisiana           3-3-0    .500     6-5-0 .545
                                                             North Texas State      2-3-1    .417     4-6-1 .409




                                                                                                                   ALL-TIME CONFE RENCE STAN DINGS
                         1995                                Texas-Arlington        2-3-1    .417     4-6-1 .409
                          Conference        Season           Lamar                  0-6-0    .000     3-8-0 .273
*#Nevada               6-0-0     1.000    9-3-0 .750
Southwestern Louisiana4-2-0       .667    6-5-0 .545                                 1984
Utah State              4-2-0     .667    4-7-0 .364                                  Conference        Season
Arkansas State         3-3-0      .500    6-5-0 .545         Louisiana Tech         5-1-0    .833    10-5-0 .667
New Mexico State        3-3-0     .500    4-7-0 .364         Arkansas State         4-1-1    .750     8-4-1 .654
Northern Illinois      3-3-0      .500    3-8-0 .273         Texas-Arlington        4-2-0    .667     7-4-0 .636
Louisiana Tech         2-4-0      .333    5-6-0 .456         NE Louisiana           3-3-0    .500     7-4-0 .636
Pacific                 2-4-0     .333    3-8-0 .273         McNeese State          2-3-1    .417     7-3-1 .682
San Jose State          2-4-0     .333    3-8-0 .273         Lamar                  1-5-0    .167     2-9-0 .192
Nevada-Las Vegas       1-5-0      .167    2-9-0 .182         North Texas State      1-5-0    .167     2-9-0 .192
*Big West Champion
#Las Vegas Bowl III representative                                                   1983
                                                                                      Conference        Season
                         1994                                North Texas State      5-1-0    .833     8-4-0 .667
                          Conference        Season           NE Louisiana           5-1-0    .833     8-3-0 .727
*#Nevada-Las Vegas 5-1-0          .833    7-5-0 .545         McNeese State          3-3-0    .500     6-5-0 .545
*Nevada                5-1-0      .833    9-2-0 .818         Arkansas State         3-3-0    .500     5-5-1 .500
*Southwestern Louisiana5-1-0      .833    6-5-0 .545         Texas-Arlington        2-4-0    .333     5-6-0 .455
Pacific                 4-2-0     .667    6-5-0 .545         Louisiana Tech         2-4-0    .333     4-7-0 .364
Northern Illinois      3-3-0      .500    4-7-0 .364         Lamar                  1-5-0    .183     2-9-0 .192
San Jose State          3-3-0     .500    3-8-0 .273
Utah State              2-4-0     .333    3-8-0 .273                                 1982
New Mexico State        2-4-0     .333    3-8-0 .273                                   Conference        Season
Louisiana Tech         1-5-0      .167    3-8-0 .273         Louisiana Tech         5-0-0    1.000   10-3-0 .769
Arkansas State         0-6-0      .000   1-10-0 .090         NE Louisiana           4-1-0     .800    8-3-0 .727
*Tri-Champion                                                Arkansas State         2-3-0     .400    5-6-0 .455
#Las Vegas Bowl III representative                           McNeese State          2-3-0     .400    4-6-1 .364
                                                             Lamar                  1-4-0     .200    4-7-0 .364
                       1993                                  Texas-Arlington        1-4-0     .200    3-8-0 .273
                        Conference          Season           North Texas State(Not Eligible) 2-9-0     .182
Southwestern Louisiana5-1-0    .833       8-3-0 .727
Utah State#           5-1-0    .833       7-5-0 .545                                 1981
Nevada                4-2-0    .667       7-4-0 .636                                  Conference        Season
New Mexico State      4-2-0    .667       5-6-0 .455         Texas-Arlington        4-1-0    .800     6-5-0 .545
Northern Illinois     3-3-0    .500       4-7-0 .364         McNeese State          3-1-1    .700    7-3-1- .682
Nevada-Las Vegas      2-4-0    .333       3-8-0 .273         Arkansas State         3-2-0    .600     6-5-0 .545
Pacific               2-4-0    .333       3-8-0 .273         Louisiana Tech         2-2-1    .500     4-6-1 .409
Louisiana Tech        2-4-0    .333       2-9-0 .182         Lamar                  1-3-1    .300     4-6-1 .409
San Jose State        2-4-0    .333       2-9-0 .182         SW Louisiana           0-4-1    .100     1-9-1 .136
Arkansas State        1-5-0    .167       2-8-1 .227
#won Las Vegas Bowl                                                                  1980
                                                                                      Conference        Season
                   INDEPENDENT                               McNeese State          5-0-0  1.000     10-2-0 .833
                     (1987-1992)                             SW Louisiana           4-1-0    .800     7-4-0 .636
                                                             Texas-Arlington        3-2-0    .600     3-8-0 .273
                                                             Louisiana Tech         2-3-0    .400     5-6-0 .455
                                                             Lamar                  1-4-0    .200     3-8-0 .273

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                                  Arkansas State     0-5-0    .000    2-9-0 .182      McNeese State       3-2-0      .600    8-3-0   .728
                                                                                      SW Louisiana        1-4-0      .200    5-6-0   .455
                                                      1979                            Arkansas State      1-4-0      .200    3-8-0   .273
                                                       Conference       Season        Abilene Christian   1-4-0      .200    3-8-0   .273
                                  McNeese State      5-0-0  1.000    11-1-0 .917
                                  Texas-Arlington    4-1-0    .800    9-2-0 .818                           1971
                                  Lamar              3-2-0    .600    6-3-2 .636                            Conference         Season
                                  Arkansas State     1-4-0    .200    4-7-0 .364      Louisiana Tech      4-1-0    .800      9-2-0 .818
                                  SW Louisiana       1-4-0    .200    4-7-0 .364      Trinity             4-1-0    .800      8-2-0 .800
                                  Louisiana Tech     1-4-0    .200    2-9-0 .182      Lamar               4-1-0    .800      5-6-0 .455
                                                                                      SW Louisiana        2-2-1    .500      5-4-1 .550
                                                      1978                            Arkansas State      1-3-1    .300      4-4-1 .500
                                                       Conference       Season        Abilene Christian   1-4-0    .250      5-5-0 .500
                                  Arkansas State     4-1-0    .800    7-4-0 .636      Texas-Arlington     1-4-0    .250      2-9-0 .182
                                  Louisiana Tech     4-1-0    .800    6-5-0 .545
                                  Texas-Arlington    3-2-0    .600    5-6-0 .455                           1970
                                  McNeese State      2-3-0    .400    7-4-0 .636                            Conference         Season
                                  SW Louisiana       2-3-0    .400    3-8-0 .273      Arkansas State      4-0-0  1.000      11-0-0 1.000
                                  Lamar              0-5-0    .000    2-8-1 .227      Abilene Christian   3-1-0    .750      9-2-0 .818
                                                                                      Trinity             2-2-0    .500      5-6-0 .455
                                                      1977                            Lamar               1-3-0    .250      3-7-0 .300
ALL-TIME CONFE RENCE STAN DINGS




                                                       Conference       Season        Texas-Arlington     0-4-0    .000     0-10-0 .000
                                  Louisiana Tech     4-0-1    .900    9-1-2 .833
                                  SW Louisiana       2-1-2    .600    6-4-2 .583                           1969
                                  Texas-Arlington    3-2-0    .600    5-6-0 .455                            Conference         Season
                                  Arkansas State     2-3-0    .400    7-4-0 .636      Arkansas State      4-0-0  1.000       8-1-1 .850
                                  McNeese State      1-3-1    .300    5-5-1 .500      Abilene Christian   2-2-0    .500      8-2-0 .800
                                  Lamar              1-4-0    .200    2-9-0 .182      Texas-Arlington     2-2-0    .500      5-5-0 .500
                                                                                      Trinity             2-2-0    .500      4-6-0 .400
                                                      1976                            Lamar               0-4-0    .000      3-7-0 .300
                                                       Conference       Season
                                  McNeese State      4-1-0    .800   10-2-0 .833                           1968
                                  SW Louisiana       4-1-0    .800    7-4-0 .636                            Conference         Season
                                  Texas-Arlington    3-2-0    .600    5-6-0 .455      Arkansas State      3-0-1    .875      7-3-1 .682
                                  Louisiana Tech     2-3-0    .400    6-5-0 .545      Texas-Arlington     3-1-0    .750      6-4-0 .600
                                  Arkansas State     2-3-0    .400    5-6-0 .455      Trinity             2-2-0    .500      5-4-0 .556
                                  Lamar              0-5-0    .000    2-9-0 .182      Abilene Christian   1-2-1    .375      4-5-1 .421
                                                                                      Lamar               0-4-0    .000     0-10-0 .000
                                                      1975
                                                       Conference       Season                             1967
                                  Arkansas State     5-0-0  1.000    11-0-0 1.000                           Conference         Season
                                  Louisiana Tech     4-1-0    .800    8-2-0 .800      Texas-Arlington     4-0-0  1.000      10-1-0 .909
                                  McNeese State      3-2-0    .600    7-4-0 .636      Lamar               3-1-0    .750      7-3-0 .700
                                  SW Louisiana       2-3-0    .400    6-5-0 .545      Arkansas State      2-2-0    .500      4-5-0 .444
                                  Texas-Arlington    1-4-0    .200    4-7-0 .364      Trinity             1-3-0    .250      3-7-0 .300
                                  Lamar              0-5-0    .000   1-10-0 .091      Abilene Christian   0-4-0    .000     0-10-0 .000

                                                      1974                                                 1966
                                                       Conference       Season                              Conference         Season
                                  Louisiana Tech     5-0-0  1.000    11-1-0 .917      Texas-Arlington     3-1-0    .750      6-4-0 .600
                                  Lamar              4-1-0    .800    8-2-0 .800      Lamar               3-1-0    .750      6-4-0 .600
                                  Arkansas State     3-2-0    .600    7-3-0 .700      Arkansas State      2-2-0    .500      7-2-0 .778
                                  McNeese State      2-3-0    .400    6-4-1 .591      Trinity             2-2-0    .500      5-4-0 .556
                                  Texas-Arlington    1-4-0    .200   1-10-0 .091      Abilene Christian   0-4-0    .000      4-6-0 .400
                                  SW Louisiana       0-5-0    .000    2-9-0 .182
                                                                                                           1965
                                                      1973                                                  Conference         Season
                                                       Conference       Season        Lamar               3-1-0    .750      6-4-0 .600
                                  Louisiana Tech     5-0-0  1.000    12-1-0 .923      Texas-Arlington     2-2-0    .500      6-3-0 .667
                                  Arkansas State     3-2-0    .600    7-3-0 .700      Trinity             2-2-0    .500      4-5-1 .421
                                  Lamar              3-2-0    .600    5-5-0 .500      Abilene Christian   2-2-0    .500      4-5-0 .444
                                  McNeese State      2-3-0    .400    7-3-0 .700      Arkansas State      1-3-0    .250      6-3-0 .667
                                  Texas-Arlington    2-3-0    .400    4-6-0 .400
                                  SW Louisiana       0-5-0    .000   0-10-0 .000                           1964
                                                                                                            Conference         Season
                                                      1972                            Lamar               3-0-1    .875      6-3-1 .650
                                                       Conference       Season        Arkansas State      2-0-2    .750      7-0-2 .937
                                  Louisiana Tech     5-0-0  1.000    12-0-0 1.000     Trinity             2-2-0    .500      3-7-0 .300
                                  Texas-Arlington    4-1-0    .800    5-6-0 .455      Abilene Christian   1-3-0    .250      5-5-0 .500
                                  Lamar              3-2-0    .600    8-3-0 .728      Texas-Arlington     0-3-1    .125      3-6-1 .350

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                                                                                      1986 DIVISION I-AA CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                                December 19 at Tacoma, Wash. (Crowd: 4,419)
                                                                         Arkansas State ...........................7 0 8 6 — 21
                                                                         Georgia Southern .....................10 16 15 7 — 48
                                                                         HIGHLIGHTS: Tracy Ham was too much for A-State on the
 2005 NEW ORLEANS BOWL                                                   artificial turf in the Tacoma Dome. He rushed for 180 yards
                                                                         and passed for 306 in one of the greatest quarterbacking ex-
                                                                         hibitions ever against an Indian team. The defending national
                                                                         champ Eagles averaged 7.5 yards per play and controlled
                                                                         the ball nearly 36 minutes. ASU fumbled on the second play
                                                                         of the game, and GSU converted that miscue into a TD. The
                                                                         rest was all downhill for the Eagles, who scored on all six of
                                                                         their first-half possessions. Fullback Richard Kimble of ASU
                                                                         had 134 yards rushing.

                                                                                         1986 DIVISION I-AA SEMIFINALS
                                                                                  December 13 at Jonesboro (Crowd: 10,500)
                                                                         Eastern Kentucky .......................0 7 3 0 — 10
                                                                         Arkansas State ...........................7 7 7 3 — 24
                                                                         HIGHLIGHTS: Defense was the key for ASU, which forced
                                                                         six turnovers, allowed only two third-down conversions,
                                                                         notched three sacks and stopped the Colonels five times in-
                2005 NEW ORLEANS BOWL                                    side the Indian 30. Linebacker Dan Miller led the way with 14




                                                                                                                                           ASU IN THE POSTSEASON
     Dec. 20, 2005 at Lafayette, La.* (Crowd: 18,338)                    tackles, 2 interceptions and 2 tipped passes. Despite fum-
 *Game moved to Lafayette, La. due to Hurricane Katrina                  bling on the first play, Richard Kimble netted 95 yards rush-
Arkansas State ...........................0 10 9 0 — 19                  ing (filling in for the injured Rickey Jemison). EKU’s only TD
Southern Mississippi ..................0 10 14 7 — 31                    came after an A-State fumble.
HIGHLIGHTS: The game’s score was knotted throughout the
third quarter until USM QB Dustin Almond connected on a                            1986 DIVISION I-AA QUARTERFINALS
29-yard touchdown pass to Shawn Nelson late in the third                       December 6 at Newark, Del. (Crowd: 12,018)
quarter and another six-yard score to Nelson in the fourth to            Arkansas State .........................21 10 7 17 — 55
seal the win for the Golden Eagles. The Indians scored on a              Delaware ....................................7 7 0 0 — 14
44-yard field goal by Eric Neihouse, a Nick Noce four-year               HIGHLIGHTS: Fullback Rickey Jemison rushed for a career-
run, a two-yard pass from Noce to tight end Manuel Burton                high 159 yards and scored two touchdowns as ASU accu-
and a safety.                                                            mulated 646 yards of offense (526 on the ground) while
                                                                         averaging 8.1 yards per play. Delaware collected 421 yards
    1987 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS QUARTERFINALS                            but had trouble scoring in what was the worst home defeat
     December 5 at Cedar Falls, Iowa (Crowd: 6,100)                      (41 points) in Blue Hen history.
Arkansas State ...........................7 7 14 0 — 28
Northern Iowa.............................6 15 7 21 — 49                      1986 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS (FIRST ROUND)
HIGHLIGHTS: Northern Iowa cashed in four lost ASU fum-                           November 29 at Jonesboro (Crowd: 4,500)
bles—three into touchdowns—while amassing 530 yards of                   Sam Houston State ....................7 0 0 0 —            7
offense in a game closer than the score indicates. Carl Boyd             Arkansas State ...........................7 13 21 7 — 48
was all over the place for the Panthers, collecting 124 ground           HIGHLIGHTS: A-State scored on eight of its first 11 posses-
yards and catching several drive-saving passes. It was a see-            sions and was never headed. The Bearkats couldn’t match a
saw affair for awhile, with A-State’s last lead at 28-21 late in         wishbone which totaled 594 yards. Fullback Rickey Jemison
the third quarter. UNI dominated in the fourth quarter, as A-            led the way with 157 on the ground, but the ASU defense did
State miscues handed the Panthers two easy scores.                       a number, too, limiting SHSU to only three drives longer than
                                                                         17 yards.
     1987 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS (FIRST ROUND)
      November 28 at Jackson, Miss. (Crowd: 7,500)                                  1985 DIVISION I-AA QUARTERFINALS
Arkansas State ...........................0 0 14 21 — 35                          December 7 at Reno, Nev. (Crowd: 10,241)
Jackson State...........................10 0 7 15 — 32                   Arkansas State ...........................7 3 0 13 — 23
HIGHLIGHTS: A wild finish, including five second-half touch-             Nevada-Reno .............................0 7 17 0 — 24
downs (in seven total possessions), lifted the Indians, who              HIGHLIGHTS: A couple of muffed field goal chances in the
had fumbled away three chances in the opening stages. In                 closing seconds prevented ASU from overcoming a 24-10
that almost swap-out second half, ASU scored on a 62-yard                deficit in a blizzard. The Indians, who led, 10-7, at halftime,
ground-based drive, a 35-yard pass (Dwane Brown to Fred                  also fumbled away an opportunity on the six and missed an
Barnett), an 11-yard end-around (Barnett) to culminate a 75-             extra point and 48-yard field goal—all in the final quarter. A
yard drive, a 30-yard guard-around (Kenneth Nelson) to end               17-point third period was the difference for UNR, which
a 52-yard drive and a 62-yard interception return (Stacey                posted its eighth straight win. Quarterback Eric Beavers threw
McGee). ASU collected 306 yards on the ground; JSU man-                  49-yard (to Calvin Sailes) and 15-yard (to Thai Ivery) TD
aged 283 of its 397 through the air.                                     passes, and Marty Zendejas kicked a 46-yarder in that deci-

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                        sive quarter. ASU, which had the ball 37 minutes and totaled        Tribe ran up a 22-0 halftime lead. Calvin Harrell supplied the
                        407 yards and 23 first downs, had 84 rushing yards from             muscle with 160 rushing yards on 34 carries.
                        Rickey Jemison and 95 passing yards from Dwane Brown.
                                                                                                                 1968 PECAN BOWL
                             1985 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS (FIRST ROUND)                            December 14 at Arlington, Tex. (Crowd: 7,200)
                                November 30 at Jonesboro (Crowd: 8,730)                     North Dakota State.....................9 14 0 0 — 23
                        Grambling...................................0 0 0 7 —       7       Arkansas State ...........................0 0 0 14 — 14
                        Arkansas State ...........................0 7 0 3 — 10              HIGHLIGHTS: Paul Hatchett plowed for 106 yards on 25 car-
                        HIGHLIGHTS: Frank Richards’ 25-yard field goal with five            ries to spark NDSU, which took 9-0 record into the game. The
                        seconds left was the margin of difference on muddy turf. The        Bison recovered an early fumble on ASU’s 17, took it in three
                        Indians maintained the ball for 37 minutes and tallied 27 first     plays later and proceeded to a 23-0 halftime edge. James
                        downs but had trouble crossing the goal line. Rickey Jemi-          Hamilton, who passed for 173 yards, ran for a couple of
                        son scored the only ASU TD on a one-yard plunge in the sec-         fourth-period Indian scores, but they were too little and too
                        ond quarter after Ray Brown’s guard-around play moved the           late.
                        ball 25 yards to the one. Jemison had 94 yards on 28 car-
                        ries, and Dwane Brown threw for 114 yards. ASU’s defense                              1954 TANGERINE BOWL
                        limited Grambling to six first downs and 154 total yards.                   January 1 at Orlando, Fla. (Crowd: 12,976)
                                                                                            Arkansas State ...........................7 0 0 0 —        7
                                   1984 DIVISION I-AA QUARTERFINALS                         East Texas State ........................0 0 0 7 —         7
                              December 1 at Bozeman, Mont. (Crowd: 12,037)                  HIGHLIGHTS: ETSU, heavily favored with the nation’s
                        Arkansas State ...........................7 7 0 0 — 14              longest win streak at 29 straight, had to march 61 yards in
                        Montana State ............................0 7 7 17 — 31             the four period to manage the tie. ASU had scored in the first
                        HIGHLIGHTS: Sophomore Kelly Bradley passed for three                quarter on a 20-yard Bobby Spann to Jim Turley pass. Dan
ASU IN THE POSTSEASON




                        touchdowns to rally MSU to a come-from-behind triumph.              Spensieri intercepted an ETSU pass in the final period and
                        Bradley completed 27 of 47 passes for 313 yards, including          appeared on the way to scoring with it but dropped the ball
                        TD tosses of 6 and 12 yards to Dasin Dietrich. ASU’s only           out of bounds at midfield.
                        scores came on 25-yard and 45-yard interception returns by
                        strong safety Billy Ray Bowers. Fullback Rickey Jemison had                       1952 REFRIGERATOR BOWL
                        100 rushing yards on 21 carries, but the Indians suffered from            December 7 at Evansville, Ind. (Crowd: 9,500)
                        five lost fumbles and an interception on the frozen turf.           Western Kentucky ......................0 14 13 7 — 34
                                                                                            Arkansas State ...........................6 0 0 13 — 19
                             1984 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS (FIRST ROUND)                      HIGHLIGHTS: The Hilltoppers overcame an opening 73-yard
                               November 24 at Jonesboro (Crowd: 10,872)                     drive on ASU’s first possession to improve their record to 9-
                        Tennessee-Chattanooga ............0 3 0 7 — 10                      1. They scored 34 unanswered points before a pair of fourth
                        Arkansas State ...........................6 17 7 7 — 37             quarter ASU touchdowns made it more respectable. ASU had
                        HIGHLIGHTS: Two flashy scores in the final 24 seconds of            to play without All-America halfback Richie Woit, sidelined
                        the first half propelled the Indians to success—a 24-yard           with a broken ankle.
                        guard-around run by Farrell Wilson and a 57-yard interception
                        return by I.J. Chapman. The Indians kept the ball for over 36                          1952 TANGERINE BOWL
                        minutes while rolling up a 30-3 lead after three quarters.                   January 1 at Orlando, Fla. (Crowd: 12,500)
                        Rickey Jemison’s 78 rushing yards led an attack also featur-        Stetson University ......................7 0 21 7 — 35
                        ing Dwane Brown’s 116 passing yards. ASU’s Marvin Neloms            Arkansas State ...........................7 6 0 7 — 20
                        recorded three quarterback sacks.                                   HIGHLIGHTS: All-America quarterback Bill Johnson con-
                                                                                            nected for three TD passes with Dave Laude to help the Hat-
                                             1970 PECAN BOWL                                ters overcome a 13-7 ASU halftime lead. Stetson was limited
                              December 12 at Arlington, Tex. (Crowd: 9,500)                 to 50 yards offense and 3 first downs in first half, but made up
                        Arkansas State ...........................3 14 7 14 — 38            for it thereafter.
                        Central Missouri State ................0 7 0 14 — 21
                        HIGHLIGHTS: ASU amassed 509 yards of offense, thanks                              1951 REFRIGERATOR BOWL
                        to 244 passing yards by James Hamilton and 135 rushing                  December 2 at Evansville, Ind. (Crowd: 10,000)
                        yards by Calvin Harrell. Chet Douthit landed two of Hamil-          Arkansas State .........................12 7 7 20 — 46
                        ton’s three TD passes. Dennis Meyer contributed by inter-           Camp Breckinridge.....................0 6 0 6 — 12
                        cepting a pair of CMSU tosses.                                      HIGHLIGHTS: Richie Woit rushed for 166 yards and 3 TDs to
                                                                                            spark ASU, which wound up with 582 yards of offense. Rudy
                                             1969 PECAN BOWL                                Wagner and Buzzy Gebert scored twice each for the Tribe,
                              December 15 at Arlington, Tex. (Crowd: 7,500)                 which was the highest scoring team and No. 2 defensive
                        Arkansas State ...........................7 15 0 7 — 29             team in the nation.
                        Drake University .........................0 0 13 8 — 21
                        HIGHLIGHTS: Backup quarterback Bubba Crocker took over
                        when regular James Hamilton was injured early in first quar-
                        ter and masterfully directed the victory. He threw for two TDs,
                        ran for another and scored a two-point conversion as the

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                                                                      KICKOFF RETURNS:
         INDIVIDUAL RECORDS                                           Most Returns: 5, Earl Easley (1986 Diamond Bowl); Fred Bar-
                                                                         nett vs. No. Iowa (1987 I-AA Playoff)
RUSHING:                                                              Most Yards: 120, Fred Barnett vs. Northern Iowa (1987 I-AA
Most Attempts: 34, Calvin Harrell, (1969 Pecan Bowl)                     Playoff)
Most Net Yards: 168, Richie Woit (1951 Refrigerator Bowl)             Longest Return: 50, Fred Barnett vs. Northern Iowa (1987 I-AA
Longest Play: 72, Rickey Jemison (vs. Delaware, 1986 I-AA                Playoff)
   Playoff)
                                                                      INTERCEPTIONS
PASSING:                                                              Most Interceptions:         2, John Koldus (1952 Refrigera-
Most Attempts: 36, James Hamilton (1968 Pecan Bowl)                      tor Bowl); Bill Bergey (1968 Pecan Bowl); Dennis Meyer
Most Completions: 13, James Hamilton, (1968 Pecan Bowl)                  (1970 Pecan Bowl); Billy Ray Bowers vs. Montana State
Most New Yards: 244, James Hamilton (1970 Pecan Bowl                     (1984 I-AA Playoff); Mike Adams vs. Sam Houston State
Most TD Passes: 3, James Hamilton, 1970 Pecan Bowl)                      (1986 I-AA Playoff)
Most had Int.: 2, James Hamilton (1968 Pecan Bowl); Cecil             Most Yds Returned: 70, Billy Ray Bowers vs. Montana State
   LaGrone (1970 Pecan Bowl)                                             (1984 I-AA Playoff)
Highest Completion Pct.: .636 (7-of-11), Dwane Brown vs.              Longest Ret.: 62, Stacy McGee vs. JSU (1987 I-AA Playoff);
   SHSU (1986 I-AA Playoff)                                              Stacy McGee vs. No. Iowa, 1987 (I-AA Playoff)
Longest Play: 75, Bubba Crocker to Steve Lockhart (1969
   Pecan Bowl)
                                                                                    TEAM RECORDS
TOTAL OFFENSE:
Most Plays: 56, James Hamilton (1968 Pecan Bowl)                      RUSHING:
Most Yards: 268, Nick Noce (2005 New Orleans Bowl)                    Most Attempts: 71, vs. Delaware (1986 I-AA Playoff)




                                                                                                                                      ASU IN THE POSTSEASON
                                                                      Most Net Yards: 526 vs. Delaware (1986 I-AA Playoff)
RECEIVING:
Most Catches: 9, Joe Waleszonia (1968 Pecan Bowl)                     PASSING:
Most Yards: 137, Chet Douthit (1970 Pecan Bowl)                       Most Attempts: 36, Pecan Bowl 1968
Most TD Catches: 2, Chet Douthit (1970 Pecan Bowl)                    Most Completions: 14, Pecan Bowl 1970
                                                                      Most Yards: 293, Pecan Bowl 1970
SCORING:                                                              Most TD Passes: 3, Pecan Bowl 1970
Most Points: 18, Richie Woit (1951 Refrigerator Bowl)                 Most Had Int.: 3, Refrigerator Bowl 1952; Pecan Bowl 1970
Most Touchdowns: 3, Richie Woit (1951 Refrigerator Bowl)              Best Comp. Pct.: .600 (9-of-15), vs. Grambling (1985 I-AA
Most Extra Points: 7, Scott Roper vs. Delaware (1986 I-AA               Playoff); (9-of-15,)vs. Sam Houston St. (1986 I-AA Playoff)
   Playoff)
Most PAT Att.: 7, Don LaPlante (1951 Refrigerator Bowl); S.           TOTAL OFFENSE:
   Roper vs. Delaware (1986 I-AA Playoff)                             Most Plays: 84, vs. Nevada-Reno (1985 I-AA Playoff)
Most Field Goals: 2, Scott Roper vs. Sam Houston State (1986          Most Yards: 646, vs. Delaware (1986 I-AA Playoff)
   I-AA Playoff); Scott Roper vs. Delaware, (1986 I-AA Play-
   off); Eric Neihouse (2005 New Orleans Bowl)                        SCORING:
Most FG Att.: 3, Bobby Gentry (1970 Pecan Bowl); Scott Roper          Most Points: 55, vs. Delaware (I-AA Playoff)
   vs. SHSU (1986 I-AA Playoff)                                       Most TDs: 7, Refrigerator Bowl 1951; vs. Delaware (1986 I-AA
Longest Field Goal: 44, Eric Neihouse (2005 New Orleans                 Playoff)
   Bowl)                                                              Most Extra Points: 7, vs. Delaware, 1986 (I-AA Playoff)
                                                                      Most FGs: 2, vs. SHSU (1986 I-AA Playoff); vs. Delaware
PUNTING:                                                                (1986 I-AA Playoff)
Most Punts: 8, Kevin McClelland (1968 Pecan Bowl); Steve
   Sampson vs. Jackson St. (1987 I-AA Playoff)                        PUNTING:
Most Yardage: 348, Steve Sampson vs. Jackson State (1987              Most Punts: 8, Pecan Bowl 1968; vs. JSU (1987 I-AA Playoff)
   I-AA Playoff)                                                      Best Average: 47.6, vs. No. Iowa (1987 I-AA Playoff)
Highest Average: 47.6, Steve Sampson vs. Northern Iowa
   (1987 I-AA Playoff)                                                MISCELLANEOUS:
Longest Punt: 65—Stacy Gore vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga,                Most First Downs: 26, vs. SHSU (1986 I-AA Playoff)
   1984 (I-AA Playoff)                                                Most Fumbles: 5, vs. UT-Chattanooga (1984 I-AA Playoff); vs.
                                                                        Montana State, 1984 (I-AA Playoff); vs. Grambling, 1985
PUNT RETURNS:                                                           (I-AA Playoff); vs. Northern Iowa (1987 I-AA Playoff)
Most Returns: 7, Todd Horton vs. Sam Houston State (1986 I-           Most Fumbles Lost: 5, vs. Montana St. (1984 I-AA Playoff)
   AA Playoff)                                                        Most Penalties: 10, vs. SHSU (1986 I-AA Playoff)
Most Yds: 52, Terry Whiting (1970 Pecan Bowl); Billy Ray Bow-         Most Blocked Kicks: 2, Refrigerator Bowl 1951
   ers vs. UT-Chattanooga (1984 I-AA Playoff)                         Most Passes Had Int.: 3, Pecan Bowl 1970; vs. Montana St.
Best Return Average: 26.0, Terry Whiting (1970 Pecan Bowl)              (1984 I-AA Playoff); vs. Sam Houston St. (1986 I-AA Play-
Longest Return: 48, Terry Whiting (1970 Pecan Bowl)                     off)
                                                                      Most Fumbles Recovered: 3, vs. Nevada-Reno (1985 I-AA
                                                                        Playoff); vs. Delaware, 1986 (I-AA Playoff)

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                                                                             MOST AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME                        8. 797 in 1952
                                    INDIVIDUAL                               Season                                             9. 796 in 2008
                          MOST PLAYS                                         1. 252.9, Corey Leonard (2007)
                          Game                                               2. 238.6, Corey Leonard (2008)                     MOST NET YARDS
                          1. 62, Roy Johnson vs Southwestern La. (1990)      3. 229.9, Roy Johnson (1991)                       Game
                          2. 61, Corey Leonard vs. North Texas (2007)        4. 214.9, Nick Noce (2004)                         1. 681 vs Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007
                          3. 59, Corey Leonard vs. Memphis (2007)            5. 206.7, Cleo Lemon (1998)                        2. 670 vs Texas Southern, 2008
                          4. 58, Cleo Lemon vs New Mexico State (1998)       6. 194.1, Roy Johnson (1990)                       3. 663 vs Lamar, 1970
                          5. 57, Johnny Covington vs Louisiana Tech (1995)   7. 190.7, Nick Noce (2005)                         4. 644 vs East Texas State, 1987
                          T6. 54, Corey Leonard vs. ULM (2009)               8. 190.6, Johnny Covington (1995)                  5. 641 vs Eastern New Mexico, 1972
                              54, Corey Leonard vs. SMU (2007)               9. 178.2, Cleo Lemon (1999)                        6. 624 vs East Texas State, 1986
                              54, Nick Noce vs Idaho (2004)                  10. 176.7, Corey Leonard (2009)                    7. 601 vs Lamar, 1984
                          T9. 53, Roy Johnson vs Akron (1991)                Career                                             Season
                              53, Roy Johnson vs Sw Missouri St. (1991)      1. 201.9, CoreyLeonard (2006-09)                   1. 4,786 in 2008
                              53, Jack Dollarhide vs Mississippi (1990)      2. 179.3, Nick Noce (2003-05)                      2. 4,722 in 1951
                          Season                                             3. 178.3, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)                   3. 4,558 in 2007
                          1. 520, Corey Leonard (2007)                       4. 161.4, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                    4. 4,431 in 2005
                          2. 463, Corey Leonard (2008)                       5. 151.7, James Hamilton (1968-71)                 5. 4,303 in 1975
                          3. 454, Cleo Lemon (1998)                          6. 143.8, Jeremie Watkins (1996-97)                6. 4,270 in 1987
                          4. 433, Roy Johnson (1991)                         7. 138.3, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                    7. 4,242 in 2002
                          5. 407, Nick Noce (2005)                           8. 130.5, Kennon Taylor (1987-88)                  8. 4,168 in 1986
                          6. 403, Nick Noce (2004)                           9. 109.2, Johnny Covington (1992-95)               9. 4,142 in 1985
                          7. 395, Johnny Covington (1995)                                                                       10. 4,088 in 1996
                          8. 388, Roy Johnson (1990)                         MOST AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY
                          9. 350, Cleo Lemon (2000)                          Game                                               HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PLAY
                          10. 341, Tim Langford (1983)                       1. 21.5, Brandon Thompkins vs Memphis (2006)       Game
TOTAL OFFENSE RECO R DS




                          Career                                             T2. 17.4, Dennis Forrest vs Mississippi (1988)     1. 12.4 vs Texas Southern, 2008
                          1. 1,604, Corey Leonard (2006-09)                      17.4, James Hamilton vs Lamar (1970)           2. 9.3 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984
                          2. 1,329, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)                   4. 17.1, Putzer Dayton vs. East Texas St. (1987)   3. 9.2 vs East Texas State, 1987
                          3. 1,238, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                    T5. 15.4, Reggie Arnold vs Texas Southern (2008)   4. 8.4 vs Louisiana Tech, 1996
                          4. 1,207, James Hamilton (1968-71)                     15.4, Brandon Thompkins vs Troy (2006)         5. 8.3 vs Eastern New Mexico, 1972
                          5. 1,111, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                    7. 13.1, Earl Easley vs East Texas State (1987)    6. 8.1 vs Lamar, 1979
                          6. 964, Johnny Covington (1992-95)                 8. 12.5, Larry Harris vs Wyoming (1990)            7. 8.0 vs Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007
                          7. 899, Tim Langford (1980-83)                     Season                                             8. 7.9 vs Lamar, 1984
                          8. 853, Nick Noce (2003-05)                        1. 7.4, Lamont Zachery (1996)                      Season
                          9. 824, Elliot Jacobs (2001-03)                    2. 7.2, Derek Lawson (2008)                        1. 6.0 in 2008
                                                                             T3. 7.0, Leroy Harris (1976)                       2. 5.7 in 2005
                          MOST NET YARDS                                         7.0, Leroy Harris (1975)                       3. 5.5 in 1989
                          Game                                               T5. 6.5, Reggie Arnold (2007)                      T4. 5.4 in 2007
                          1. 377, Nick Noce vs Memphis (2004)                    6.5, Shermar Bracey (2005)                          5.4 in 1996
                          2. 376, James Hamilton vs Drake (1968)             7. 6.4, Dennis Bolden (1975)                            5.4 in 1970
                          3. 367, Cleo Lemon vs New Mexico State (1998)      8. 6.2, Corey Leonard (2008)                       T7. 5.3 in 2004
                          4. 366, Corey Leonard vs. Middle Tenn. (2008)      T9. 6.1, Antonio Warren (2005)                          5.3 in 2000
                          5. 361, Ryan Aplin vs. North Texas (2009)              6.1, Jeremie Watkins (1996)                         5.3 in 1987
                          6. 359, Corey Leonard vs. UL Lafayette (2007)      Career                                             T10. 5.2 in 2009
                          7. 357, Corey Leonard vs. North Texas (2007)       1. 7.5, Johnny Covington (1992-95)                      5.2 in 1985
                          8. 352, Roy Johnson vs Memphis State (1991)        2. 7.0, Leroy Harris (1975-76)                          5.2 in 1956
                          9. 351, Cleo Lemon vs SW Missouri St. (1997)       3. 6.7, Dennis Forrest (1986-89)
                          10. 345, Roy Johnson vs SW Missouri St. (1991)     T4. 5.7, Dennis Bolden (1975-76)                   HIGHEST AVERAGE PER GAME
                          Season                                                 5.7, Nick Noce (2003-05)                       Season
                          1. 2,863, Corey Leonard (2008)                     T6. 5.5, Corey Leonard (2006-09)                   1. 407.4 in 1970
                          2. 2,782, Corey Leonard (2007)                         5.5, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)                    2. 398.8 in 2008
                          3. 2,529, Roy Johnson (1991)                           5.5, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                     3. 396.5 in 1952
                          4. 2,480, Cleo Lemon (1998)                        9. 5.4, Shermar Bracey (2003-05)                   4. 391.2 in 1975
                          5. 2,364, Nick Noce (2004)                         10. 5.3, Reggie Arnold (2006-09)                   5. 388.2 in 1989
                          6. 2,288, Nick Noce (2005)                                                                            6. 386.1 in 1951
                          7. 2,097, Johnny Covington (1995)
                          8. 1,944, Elliot Jacobs (2002)
                          9. 1,941, Roy Johnson (1990)
                                                                                              TEAM                              MOST FIRST DOWNS
                                                                                                                                Game
                          10. 1,916, Cleo Lemon (2000)                       MOST PLAYS                                         1. 34 vs Southern Illinois, 1982
                          Career                                             Game                                               2. 33 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007
                          1. 8,887, Corey Leonard (2006-09                   1. 106 vs Delta State, 1951                        3. 32 vs Northwestern Louisiana, 1975
                          2. 7,309, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)                   2. 98 vs Southwestern Louisiana, 1975              4. 30 vs Lamar, 1986
                          3. 6,779, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                    3. 95 vs East Texas State, 1986                    T5. 29 vs. SMU, 2007
                          4. 5,764, James Hamilton (1968-71)                 4. 93 vs Northwestern Louisiana, 1975                  29 vs. North Texas, 2007
                          5. 5,672, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                    5. 92 vs Trinity, 1971                             T7. 28 vs Lamar, 1989
                          6. 4,841, Nick Noce (2003-05)                      Season                                                 28 vs Southern Illinois, 1974
                          7. 4,423, Elliot Jacobs (2001-2003)                1. 848 in 2007                                         28 vs Trinity, 1971
                          8. 4,259, Johnny Covington (1992-95)               2. 843 in 1975                                         28 vs Lamar, 1970
                          9. 3,788, Richie Woit (1950-53)                    3. 828 in 1990                                         28 vs San Jose State, 1995
                          10. 3,745, Tim Langford (1980-83)                  4. 827 in 2002                                         28 vs Northern Illinois, 1996
                                                                             5. 813 in 1986                                     Season
                                                                             6. 807 in 2006                                     1. 243 in 2007
                                                                             7. 801 in 1983                                     2. 238 in 2008

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T3. 224 in 2006                         9. 13 vs Southeastern Louisiana, 1970
    224 in 1990                         Season                                  YEAR-BY-YEAR TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS
5. 223 in 1975                          1. 111 in 1996                          Year   Player         Plays   Rush     Pass    Total
6. 220 in 1989                          2. 107 in 2007                          2009   Corey Leonard 283        174    1,416   1,590
7. 218 in 1988                          3. 103 in 1998                          2008   Corey Leonard 463        516    2,347   2,863
8. 214 in 1986                          4. 102 in 2004                          2007   Corey Leonard 520        547    2,235   2,782
                                        5. 97 in 1995                           2006   Corey Leonard 338        331    1,321   1,652
MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING                6. 95 in 2008
                                                                                2005   Nick Noce        407     236    2,052   2,288
Game                                    7. 82 in 2006
                                                                                2004   Nick Noce        403     249    2,115   2,364
1. 28 vs Southern Illinois, 1982        8. 82 in 2003
2. 26 vs Southern Illinois, 1975        9. 81 in 1999                           2003   Elliot Jacobs    325     217    1,537   1,754
3. 25 vs Lamar, 1986                    10. 80 in 2002                          2002   Elliot Jacobs    340     193    1,751   1,944
4. 24 vs Northwestern Louisiana, 1975                                           2001   Jonathan Adams 234     1,004        0   1,004
5. 24 vs Lamar, 1989                    MOST FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY             2000   Cleo Lemon       350     -48    1,964   1,916
Season                                  Game                                    1999   Cleo Lemon       263     -94    1,569   1,475
1. 181 in 1975                          1. 6 vs Southwestern Louisiana, 1990    1998   Cleo Lemon       454    -241    2,721   2,480
2. 167 in 1989                          2. 5 vs Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1981
                                                                                1997   Cleo Lemon       262     -62    1,452   1,390
3. 167 in 1986                          3. 4, 13 times (last vs FIU, 2008)
4. 159 in 1987                          Season                                  1996   Jeremie Watkins 236      -43    1,481   1,433
5. 155 in 1981                          1. 26 in 1990                           1995   Johnny Covington 395     -30    2,127   2,097
                                        2. 23 in 1996                           1994   Johnny Covington 213      -11     830     819
MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING                T3. 21 in 2006                          1993   Johnny Covington 242       -5   1,069   1,064
Game                                        21 in 1997                          1992   Tom Sears        232     100    1,159   1,259
1. 17 vs Memphis, 2004                      21 in 1995                          1991   Roy Johnson      433     782    1,747   2,529
2. 16 vs Missouri, 2004                     21 in 1991
                                                                                1990   Roy Johnson      388     380    1,561   1,941
3. 16 vs Northern Illinois, 1996        7. 20 in 1981
                                                                                1989   Roy Johnson      312     925      941   1,866




                                                                                                                                       TOTAL OFFENSE RECO R DS
4. 15 vs New Mexico State, 1998         T8. 19 in 2007
5. 15 vs Ole Miss, 1996                     19 in 1988                          1988   Earl Easley      242     861      169   1,030
6. 15 vs Louisiana Tech, 1996           10. 18 in 2008                          1987   Dwane Brown      235     450      665   1,115
7. 15 vs Trinity, 1971                                                          1986   Dwane Brown      256     567      862   1,429
8. 14 vs Southern Miss, 2008                                                    1985   Dwane Brown      334     675    1,205   1,880
                                                                                1984   Dwane Brown      286     500      748   1,248
                          CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS
                                                                                1983   Tim Langford     341     573    1,156   1,729
                                  Plays    Rush             Pass       Total
  1.   Corey Leonard, 2006-09     1,604    1,568            7,319      8,887    1982   Tim Langford     182     222      534     756
  2.   Cleo Lemon, 1997-2000      1,329     -445            7,706      7,309    1981   Tim Langford     197     528      345     873
  3.   Roy Johnson, 1988-91       1,238    2,182            4,597      6,779    1980   Erven Beasley     84     433        0     433
  4.   James Hamilton, 1968-71    1,207      381            5,383      5,764    1979   Gene Bradley     320     350    1,091   1,441
  5.   Dwane Brown, 1984-87       1,111    2,192            3,480      5,672    1978   Kennon Taylor    292       94   1,087   1,181
  6.   Nick Noce, 2003-05           853      518            4,343      4,841
                                                                                1977   Kennon Taylor    320     285    1,404   1,689
  7.   Elliot Jacobs, 2001-03       824      549            3,874      4,423
                                                                                1976   Leroy Harris     150   1,046        0   1,046
  8.   Johnny Covington, 1992-95    569     -167            4,426      4,259
  9.   Richie Woit, 1950-53         727    3,947               49      3,996    1975   Dennis Bolden 186      1,191        0   1,191
 10.   Reggie Arnold, 2006-09       735    3,937                0      3,937    1974   Willie Harris    151     654        0     654
 11.   Tim Langford, 1980-83        899    1,429            2,316      3,745    1973   Steve Burks      237     580      407     987
 12.   Antonio Warren, 2002-05      603    3,040                0      3,040    1972   Stan Winfrey     168     869        0     869
 13.   Jonathan Adams, 1998-01      668    3,005                0      3,005    1971   James Hamilton 265       -56    1,351   1,295
 14.   Rickey Jemison, 1983-86      611    2,956                0      2,956
                                                                                1970   James Hamilton 308       101    1,622   1,723
 15.   Calvin Harrell, 1968-71      660    2,935                0      2,935
 16.   Kennon Taylor, 1977-78       612      379            2,491      2,870    1969   James Hamilton 317       274    1,172   1,446
                                                                                1968   James Hamilton 317         62   1,238   1,300
                         SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS                                 1967   Cecil LaGrone 192        -15      900     885
                                 Plays    Rush              Pass       Total    1966   Tim Keane        214       -7   1,015   1,008
  1.   Corey Leonard, 2008         463      516             2,347      2,863    1965   Terry Gwin       165     534      292     826
  2.   Corey Leonard, 2007         520      547             2,235      2,782    1964   Gary Everett     102       85     454     539
  3.   Roy Johnson, 1991           433      782             1,747      2,529
                                                                                1963   Gary Everett     123       55     692     747
  4.   Cleo Lemon, 1998            454     -241             2,721      2,480
  5.   Nick Noce, 2004             403      249             2,115      2,364    1962   Sammy Weir       181     418      370     788
  6.   Nick Noce, 2005             407      236             2,052      2,288    1961   Jim McMurray     142     191      331     522
  7.   Johnny Covington, 1995      395      -30             2,127      2,097    1960   Jim McMurray     163     292      344     636
  8.   Elliot Jacobs, 2002         340      193             1,751      1,944    1959   Bill Caldwell    216     322      959   1,281
  9.   Roy Johnson, 1990           388      380             1,561      1,941    1958   Bill Caldwell    109     142      388     530
 10.   Cleo Lemon, 2000            350      -48             1,964      1,916
                                                                                1957   Bill Caldwell    116       -1     501     500
 11.   Dwane Brown, 1985           334      675             1,205      1,880
 12.   Roy Johnson, 1989           312      925               941      1,866    1956   Eddie Romeo      111     701        0     701
 13.   Elliot Jacobs, 2003         325      217             1,537      1,754    1955   Tommy Spiers     126        5     519     524
 14.   Tim Langford, 1983          341      573             1,156      1,729    1954   Tommy Spiers      79     -36      368     332
 15.   James Hamilton, 1970        308      101             1,622      1,723    1953   Richie Woit      191     825       49     874
 16.   Kennon Taylor, 1977         320      285             1,404      1,689    1952   Richie Woit      207   1,250        0   1,250
 17.   Corey Leonard, 2006         338      331             1,321      1,652    1951   Richie Woit      227   1,125        0     905
 18.   Cleo Lemon, 1999            262      -94             1,569      1,475
                                                                                1950   Richie Woit      149     759        0     759
 19.   James Hamilton, 1969        317      274             1,172      1,446
 20.   Gene Bradley, 1979          320      350             1,091      1,441
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                                                                         T2. 7.4, Don Riggs (1955)                      3. 179 by Steve Burks, 124 by Stan
                               INDIVIDUAL                                    7.4, Lamont Zachery (1996)                    Winfrey, 122 by Willie Harris vs Abi-
                                                                         4. 7.2, Derek Lawson (2008)                       lene Christian, 1973
                    MOST RUSHES
                                                                         T5. 7.0, Leroy Harris (1975)                   4. 168 by Steve Burks, 106 by Willie
                    Game
                                                                             7.0, Leroy Harris (1976)                      Harris, 103 by David Mitchell vs
                    1. 45, Calvin Harrell vs Texas-Arlington (1969)
                                                                         7. 6.9, Dennis Forrest (1987)                     Texas-Arlington, 1973
                    2. 43, Calvin Harrell vs The Citadel (1970)
                                                                         Career                                         5. 120 by Calvin Harrell, 131 by David
                    3. 40, Danny Smith vs. Idaho (2002)
                                                                         1. 7.0, Leroy Harris (1975-76)                    Mitchell, 103 by Johnnie Carr vs
                    4. 39, Frank McGuigan vs Abilene Christian (1968)
                                                                         2. 6.7, Dennis Forrest, (1986-89)                 Lamar, 1970
                    T5. 38, Larry Lawrence vs Southern Illinois (1978)
                                                                         3. 5.8, Dennis Bolden (1975-76)
                        38, Frank McGuigan vs Eastern Miich. (1968)
                                                                         4. 5.4, Shermar Bracey (2003-05)               TWO 100-YARD RUSHINGS IN SAME
                    Season
                                                                         T5. 5.3, Reggie Arnold (2006-09)                   GAME
                    1. 269, Frank McGuigan, 1968
                                                                             5.3, Lamont Zachery, (1996-99)             1. 122 by Ryan Aplin & 111 by Reggie
                    2. 254, Danny Smith, 2002
                                                                         7. 5.2, Danny Smith (2000-02)                      Arnold vs. North Texas, 2009
                    3. 254, Larry Lawrence, 1978
                                                                         T8. 5.1, Joe Griffin (1976-78)                 2. 120 by Corey Leonard & 104 by Reg-
                    4. 250, Marquis Williams, 1993
                                                                             5.1, Richie Woit (1950-53)                     gie Arnold vs. Florida Int’l, 2009
                    5. 233, Jonathan Adams, 2001
                                                                                                                        3. 209 by Derek Lawson & 123 by Reg-
                    6. 232, Calvin Harrell, 1970
                                                                         MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES                        gie Arnold vs Texas Southern, 2008
                    7. 227, Richie Woit, 1951
                                                                         Season                                         4. 128 by Antonio Warren & 102 by
                    8. 225, Richard Kimble, 1989
                                                                         1. 8, Antonio Warren (2005)                        Shermar Bracey vs Tennessee-Mar-
                    Career
                                                                         2. 7, Calvin Harrell (1971)                        tin, 2005
                    1. 737, Reggie Arnold, 2006-09
                                                                         T3. 6, Danny Smith (2002)                      5. 143 by Antonio Warren & 105 by Sher-
                    2. 725, Richie Woit, 1950-53
                                                                             6, Corey Walker (1995)                         mar Bracey vs Florida Int’, 2005
                    3. 668, Jonathan Adams, 1998-01
                                                                             6, Calvin Harrell (1970)                   6. 139 by Shermar Bracey & 105 by An-
                    4. 660, Calvin Harrell, 1968-71
                                                                         T6. 5, Reggie Arnold (2008)                        tonio Warren vs North Texas, 2005
                    5. 611, Rickey Jemison, 1983-86
                                                                             5, Reggie Arnold (2006)                    7. 150 by Danny Smith & 117 by Anto-
                    6. 603, Antonio Warren, 2002-05
                                                                             5, Rickey Jemison (1986)                       nio Warren vs Southern Utah, 2002
                    7. 595, Dwane Brown, 1984-87
                                                                             5, Calvin Harrell (1969)                   8. 149 by Lamont Zachery & 169 by
                                                                             5, Lamont Zachery (1999)                       Jonathan Adams vs. Nevada, 1999
                    MOST NET YARDS
                                                                         Career                                         9. 155 by Lamont Zachery & 113 by
RUSHING RECO R DS




                    Game: 259, Dennis Bolden vs McNeese St. (1975)
                                                                         1. 18, Calvin Harrell (1969-71)                    Corey Walker vs La. Tech, 1996
                    Season: 1,390, Danny Smith, 2002
                                                                         2. 17, Reggie Arnold (2006-09)                 10. 143 by Alastair Couch & 121 by Zoe
                    Career: 3,947, Richie Woit (1950-53)
                                                                         3. 15, Antonioi Warre (2002-05)                    Freeman vs. Southern Illinois, 1994
                                                                         4. 13, Rickey Jemison (1984-86)                11. 132 by Richard Kimble & 105 by Roy
                    MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING
                                                                         5. 12, Jonathan Adams (1998-01)                    Johnson vs McNeese State, 1989
                    Game
                                                                         6. 11, Lamont Zachery (1996-99)                12. 194 by Richard Kimble & 161 by Roy
                    1. 7, Steve Burks vs Abilene Christian (1973)
                                                                         7. 10, Corey Walker (1993-96)                      Johnson vs Lamar, 1989
                    2. 7, Clifton Keller vs Central Arkansas (1917)
                                                                         T8. 7, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                   13. 151 by Richard Kimble & 144 by Earl
                    T3. 4, Reggie Arnold vs. Miss. Valley St. (2009)
                                                                             7, Leroy Harris (1975-76)                      Easley vs Southwestern La., 1988
                        4, Danny Smith vs Idaho (2002)
                                                                             7, Dennis Bolden (1975-76)                 14. 115 by Earl Easley & 102 by Dennis
                        4, Earl Easley vs Southern Illinois (1988)
                                                                                                                            Forrest vs Illinois State, 1988
                        4, Rickey Jemison vs NE Louisiana (1984)
                                                                         MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING              15. 139 by Dennis Forrest & 109 by Earl
                        4, David Hines vs NW Louisiana (1975)
                                                                         GAMES                                              Easley vs Mississippi, 1988
                    Season
                                                                         1. 6, Antonio Warren (2005)                    16. 126 by Earl Easley & 103 by Dennis
                    1. 21, Richie Woit (1951)
                                                                         2. 5, Rickey Jemison, (1986)                       Forrest vs Southern Illinois, 1987
                    2. 17, Richie Woit (1952)
                                                                         T3. 4, Larry Lawrence, (1978)                  17. 170 by Earl Easley & 137 by Putzer
                    3. 16, David Hines (1975)
                                                                             4, Leroy Harris (1976)                         Dayton vs East Texas State, 1987
                    T4. 14, Danny Smith (2002)
                                                                             4, Calvin Harrell (1971)                   18. 125 by Rickey Jemison & 102 by
                        14, Frank McGuigan (1968)
                                                                         T6. 3, Danny Smith (2002)                          Richard Kimble vs East TX St., 1986
                    6. 12, Reggie Arnold (2009)
                                                                             3, Danny Smith (2002)                      19. 134 by Rickey Jemison & 108 by Ju-
                        12, Roy Johnson (1991)
                                                                             3, Corey Walker (1995)                         dious Lewis vs Lamar, 1984
                        12, Leroy Harris (1976)
                                                                             3, Corey Walker (1995)                     20. 124 by Erven Beasley & 101 by
                        12, Calvin Harrell (1970)
                                                                             3, Roy Johnson (1989)                          Dwayne Pittman vs UT-Martin, 1983
                        12, Richie Woit (1953)
                                                                             3, Rickey Jemison (1984)                   21. 118 by Bill Johnson & 100 by Tim
                    Career
                                                                             3, David Mitchell (1973)                       Langford vs Austin Peay State, 1980
                    1. 57, Richie Woit (1950-53)
                                                                                                                        22. 154 by Joe Griffin & 148 by Larry
                    T2. 33, Reggie Arnold (2006-09)
                                                                      LONGEST PLAYS                                         Lawrence vs NW Louisiana, 1978
                        33, Dwane Brown (1984-87)
                                                                      1. 92, Dennis Forrest vs Mississippi (1988)       23. 138 by Dennis Bolden & 129 by
                    4. 26, Calvin Harrell (1968-71)
                                                                      2. 91, Larry Harris vs Wyoming (1990)                 Leroy Harris vs Southern Ill., 1976
                    5. 24, Lamont Zachery (1996-99)
                                                                      3. 85, Leroy Harris vs McNeese State (1976)       24. 259 by Dennis Bolden & 136 by
                    6. 22, Roy Johnson (1988-91)
                                                                      T4. 80, Derek Lawson vs Texas Southern (2008)         Leroy Harris vs McNeese St., 1975
                    7. 20, Corey Walker (1993-96)
                                                                          80, Shermar Bracey vs. North Texas (2005)     25. 207 by Leroy Harris & 125 by David
                    T8. 19, Richard Kimble (1986-89)
                                                                          80, Antonio Warren vs. ULL (2004)                 Hines vs Southwestern La., 1975
                        19, Rickey Jemison (1983-86)
                                                                          80, Lamont Zachery vs La. Tech (1996)         26. 146 by Tommy Foulks & 105 by
                                                                          80, Lamont Zachery vs. SW La. (1998)              David Hines vs Idaho, 1975
                    MOST YARDS PER CARRY
                                                                          80, Leroy Harris vs Texas-Arlington (1976)
                    Game
                                                                          80, Steve Burks vs SW Louisiana (1974)
                    1. 17.4, Dennis Forrest vs Mississippi (1988)
                    2. 17.1, Putzer Dayton vs East Texas State (1987)
                                                                          80, David Mitchell vs Xavier (1973)                        TEAM
                                                                          80, Eddie Romeo vs North Alabama (1956)
                    3. 16.3, Leroy Harris vs McNeese State (1976)                                                       MOST RUSHES
                    4. 16.7, Lamont Zachery vs SE Mio. St. (1996)                                                       Game
                                                                      THREE 100-YARD RUSHINGS IN SAME GAME
                    5. 15.4, Reggie Arnold vs Texas Southern (2008)                                                     1. 94 vs Delta State, 1951
                                                                      1. 120 by Putzer Dayton, 105 by Richard Kimble,
                    6. 15.3, Lamont Zachery vs Central Ark. (1996)                                                      2. 82 vs Southern Illinois, 1974
                                                                          104 by Roy Johnson vs Ole Miss, 1989
                    Season                                                                                              3. 81 vs Southern Illinois, 1982
                                                                      2. 135 by Rickey Jemison, 128 by Keith Weaver,
                    1. 8.6, Dennis Forrest (1988)                                                                       4. 78 vs Illinois State, 1988
                                                                          113 by Preston Maddox vs NE La., 1984

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5. 78 vs East Texas State, 1986            2.   42 in 1975
                                                                                               YEAR-BY-YEAR RUSHING LEADERS
6. 78 vs Northeast La., 1981               3.   40 in 1952
Season                                     4.   37 in 1987                              Year   Player         Carries Yds Avg.   TD
1. 746 in 1975                             5.   35 in 1984                              2009   Reggie Arnold     168   723 4.3   12
2. 701 in 1952                                                                          2008   Reggie Arnold     197 1,074 5.5    8
3. 686 in 1986                             MOST YARDS PER CARRY                         2007   Reggie Arnold     163 1,060 6.5    9
4. 682 in 1988                             Game                                         2006   Reggie Arnold     209 1,076 5.1    4
5. 681 in 1981                             1. 10.0 vs Texas Southern, 2008
                                                                                        2005   Antonio Warren 173 1,066 6.2       6
                                           2. 9.9 vs Tennessee-Martin, 2003
MOST NET YARDS RUSHING                     3. 9.7 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984             2004   Antonio Warren 195 1,036 5.3       2
Game                                       4. 9.0 vs East Texas State, 1987             2003   Shermar Bracey 112      530 4.7    8
1. 621 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984           5. 8.7 vs Florida International, 2005        2002   Danny Smith       254 1,390 5.5   14
2. 604 vs East Texas State, 1987           6. 8.5 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1983             2001   Jonathan Adams 235 1,004 4.3       5
3. 519 vs Eastern New Mexico, 1972         7. 8.0 vs Tennessee-Martin, 2005             2000   Jonathan Adams 202 1,002 5.0       6
4. 512 vs Lamar, 1986                      8. 7.8 vs Lamar, 1984                        1999   Lamont Zachery 172      846 4.9    4
5. 488 vs Abilene Christian, 1973          9. 7.4 vs Lamar, 1986
                                                                                        1998   Lamont Zachery 122      558 4.6    9
Season                                     Season
1. 3,745 in 1975                           1. 5.1 in 1989                               1997   Lamont Zachery 97       386 4.0    7
2. 3,308 in 1989                           T2. 5.0 in 2008                              1996   Lamont Zachery 114      846 7.4    4
3. 3,291 in 1952                               5.0 in 1987                              1995   Corey Walker      212 1,013 4.8    9
4. 3,283 in 1987                               5.0 in 1984                              1994   Corey Walker      175   630 3.6    2
5. 3,266 in 1988                               5.0 in 1975                              1993   Marquis Williams 250 1,060 4.2     5
                                           6. 4.9 in 1996
                                                                                        1992   Jerrold Seymore 103     395 3.8    4
MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING                    T7. 4.8 in 2005
Game                                           4.8 in 1988                              1991   Roy Johnson       170   782 4.6   12
1. 11 vs East Texas State, 1987                4.8 in 1986                              1990   Larry Harris        90  490 5.5    3
2. 10 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984                                                         1989   Richard Kimble 225      977 4.3    5
T3. 8 vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2009   MOST YARDS PER GAME                          1988   Earl Easley       196   861 4.4   11
    8 vs. Tennessee-Martin, 2003           Season                                       1987   Richard Kimble 146      533 3.7    7
    8 vs Abilene Christian, 1973           1. 340.5 in 1975




                                                                                                                                      RUSHING RECO R DS
                                                                                        1986   Rickey Jemison 224 1,002 4.5       3
6. 7 vs Lamar, 1970                        2. 329.1 in 1952
                                                                                        1985   Rickey Jemison 175      918 5.3    5
T7. 6 vs Florida International, 2005       3. 315.2 in 1951
    6 vs Northwestern Louisiana, 1975      4. 300.7 in 1989                             1984   Rickey Jemison 177      888 5.0   11
    6 vs Southern Illinois, 1988           5. 298.5 in 1987                             1983   Dwayne Pittman 151      744 4.9    5
Season                                                                                  1982   Maurice Carthon 144     682 4.7    3
1. 43 in 1951                                                                           1981   Maurice Carthon 153     678 4.4    2
                                                                                        1980   Erven Beasley       84  433 5.2    2
                           CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS                                       1979   Anthony Williams 173    789 4.6    5
                                 Carries    Yards             Average              TD   1978   Larry Lawrence 254 1,039 4.1       6
 1.     Richie Woit, 1950-53        771     3,947                  5.1             57   1977   Joe Griffin       115   635 5.5    0
 2.     Reggie Arnold, 2006-09      737     3,933                  5.3             33   1976   Leroy Harris      150 1,046 7.0   12
 3.     Antonio Warren, 2002-05     603     3,040                  5.0             12
                                                                                        1975   Dennis Bolden 186 1,191 6.4       11
 4.     Jonathan Adams, 1998-2001 668       3,005                  4.5             17
 5.     Rickey Jemison, 1983-86     611     2,956                  4.8             19   1974   Willie Harris     150   654 4.4    4
 6.     Calvin Harrell, 1968-71     660     2,935                  4.5             26   1973   David Mitchell    191   968 5.1    6
 7.     Lamont Zachery, 1996-99     501     2,640                  5.3             24   1972   Stan Winfrey      168   869 5.2    1
 8.     Richard Kimble, 1986-89     576     2,518                  4.4             19   1971   Calvin Harrell    216   961 4.4    4
 9.     Corey Walker, 1993-96       568     2,340                  4.1             20   1970   Calvin Harrell    232 1,131 4.8   12
 10.    Dwane Brown, 1984-87        595     2,192                  3.7             33
                                                                                        1969   Calvin Harrell    205   824 4.1    9
 11.    Roy Johnson, 1988-1991      558     2,182                  3.9             22
 12.    Leroy Harris, 1975-76       274     1,920                  7.0             15   1968   Frank McGuigan 269 1,220 4.5      14
 13.    Dennis Bolden, 1975-76      325     1,872                  5.8             16   1967   Frank McGuigan 129      488 3.8    2
 14.    Dennis Forrest, 1986-89     264     1,780                  6.7             13   1966   Terry Gwin        135   607 4.5    7
 15.    Frank McGuigan, 1966-68     398     1,708                  4.3             17   1965   Terry Gwin        110   534 4.9    4
                                                                                        1964   Eddie Rickus        85  394 4.6    2
                           SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS                                       1963   Harold Wallin       72  281 3.9    4
                                 Carries    Yards                 Avg.             TD
                                                                                        1962   Dick Martillo     119   629 5.2    7
 1.     Danny Smith, 2002           254     1,390                  5.5             14
 2.     Richie Woit, 1952           207     1,250                  6.0             17   1961   Sammy Weir          85  345 4.1    3
 3.     Frank McGuigan, 1968        269     1,220                  4.5             14   1960   John Coffey         62  294 4.7    2
 4.     Dennis Bolden, 1975         186     1,191                  6.4             11   1959   Bill Caldwell       84  322 3.8    5
 5.     Calvin Harrell, 1970        232     1,131                  4.8             12   1958   Bill Nalley         50  248 5.0    1
 6.     Richie Woit, 1951           227     1,125                  5.0             21   1957   Eddie Romeo         82  425 5.2    4
 7.     Reggie Arnold, 2006         206     1,076                  5.1              6
                                                                                        1956   Eddie Romeo        111  701 6.3    5
 8.     Reggie Arnold, 2008         197     1,074                  5.5              8
 9.     Antonio Warren, 2005        173     1,066                  6.2              6   1955   Don Riggs           67  498 7.4    6
 10.    Reggie Arnold, 2007         163     1,060                  6.5              9   1954   Bill Templeton      50  232 4.6    3
 11.    Marquis Williams, 1993      250     1,060                  4.2              5   1953   Richie Woit       189   825 4.4   12
 12.    Leroy Harris, 1976          150     1,046                  7.0             12   1952   Richie Woit       207 1,250 6.0   17
 13.    Larry Lawrence, 1978        254     1,039                  4.1              6   1951   Richie Woit       227 1,125 5.0   21
 14.    Antonio Warren, 2004        195     1,036                  5.3              2   1950   Richie Woit       149   759 5.1    7
 15.    Corey Walker, 1995          212     1,013                  4.8              9
 T16.   Jonathan Adams, 2000        202     1,004                  5.0              6
        Jonathan Adams, 2001        235     1,004                  4.3              5
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                                                                       2. 403, Cleo Lemon vs. NM St. (1998)             Career
                             INDIVIDUAL                                3. 376, Cleo Lemon vs SW Missouri St. (1997)     1. 45, James Hamilton (1968-71)
                    MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED                              4. 353, James Hamilton vs Drake (1968)           2. 38, Roy Johnson (1988-91)
                    Game                                               5. 335, Cleo Lemon vs SW La. (1997)              3. 27, Corey Leonard (2006-09)
                    1. 53, Johnny Covington vs La. Tech (1995)         6. 334, Cleo Lemon vs SW La. (1998)              T4. 33, Nick Noce (2002-05)
                    2. 50, Corey Leonard vs. North Texas (2006)        7. 319, Jeremie Watkins vs La. Tech (1996)           33, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)
                    3. 49, Cleo Lemon vs New Mexico St. (1998)         8. 309, Cleo Lemon vs Mississippi (1999)             33, Bill Caldwell (1957-59)
                    4. 47, Cleo Lemon vs UAB (1997)                    9. 305, Corey Leonard vs. North TX (2007)        7. 30, Johnny Covington (1992-95)
                    5. 45, Johnny Covington vs San Jose St. (1995)     10. 303, Corey Leonard vs. Louisville (2009)
                    T6. 44, Cleo Lemon vs Mississippi (1998)           Season                                   HIGHEST COMPLETION PCT.
                        44, James Hamilton vs Trinity (1971)           1. 2,721, Cleo Lemon (1998)              Game (Min. 10 attempts)
                    T8. 43, Nick Noce vs. Idaho (2004)                 2. 2,347, Corey Leonard (2008)           1. .917 (11-12), Tom Sears vs. So. Ill. (1992)
                        43, Cleo Lemon vs Utah State (2000)            3. 2,235, Corey Leonard (2007)           2. .900 (9-10), Corey Leonard vs TX Southern (2008)
                        43, Johnny Covington vs. Texas Tech (1995)     4. 2,127, Johnny Covington (1995)        3. .857 (12-14), Tim Langford vs Lamar (1983)
                    Season                                             5. 2,115, Nick Noce (2004)               4. .846 (11-13), Nick Noce vs Fla. Int’l (2005)
                    1. 387, Cleo Lemon (1998)                          6. 2,052, Nick Noce (2005)               T5. .818 (9-11), J. Hamilton vs La. Tech (1971)
                    2. 370, Johnny Covington (1995)                    7. 1,964, Cleo Lemon (2000)                  .818 (9-11), James Hamilton vs Lamar (1971)
                    3. 349, Corey Leonard (2007)                       8. 1,751, Elliot Jacobs (2002)           7. .800 (16-20), Ryan Aplin vs. WKU (2009)
                    4. 315, Nick Noce (2004)                           9. 1,747, Roy Johnson (1991)             8. .778 (14-18), Brent Pettus vs Memphis (1994)
                    5. 306, Corey Leonard (2008)                       10. 1,622, James Hamilton (1970)         9. .769 (10-13), Gene Bradley vs East TX St. (1979)
                    6. 282, Nick Noce (2005)                           Career                                   Season (Min. 50 attempts)
                    7. 273, Elliot Jacobs (2003)                       1. 7,706, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)         1. .653 (77-118), Ryan Aplin (2009)
                    8. 263, Roy Johnson (1991)                         2. 7,319, Corey Leonard (2006-09)        2. .590 (36-61), Brent Pettus (1994)
                    9. 258, Elliot Jacobs (2002)                       3. 5,383, James Hamilton (1968-71)       T3. .567 (38-67), Billy Sommers (1952)
                    10. 245, Roy Johnson (1990)                        4. 4,597, Roy Johnson (1988-91)              .567 (118-208), Jeremie Watkins (1996)
                    Career                                             5. 4,426, Johnny Covington (1992-95)     5. .565 (173-306), Cleo Lemon (2000)
                    1. 1,128, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)                   6. 4,343, Nick Noce (2003-05)            6. .561(46-82), Gary Everett (1963)
                    2. 1,088, Corey Leonard (2006-09)                  7. 3,874, Elliot Jacobs (2001-03)        T7. .542 (166-306), Corey Leonard (2008)
                    3. 824, Johnny Covington (1992-95)                 8. 3,480, Dwane Brown (1984-87)              .542 (90-166), Tim Langford (1983)
                    4. 799, James Hamilton (1968-71)                   9. 2,491, Kennon Taylor (1977-78)        T10..540 (114-211), Corey Leonard (2009)
PASSING RECO R DS




                    5. 680, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                      10. 2,316, Tim Langford (1980-83)            .540 (5-176), Tom Sears (1992)
                    6. 638, Nick Noce (2003-05)                                                                 Career (Min. 100 attempts)
                    7. 516, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                   MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES                       1. .539 (167-310), Jeremie Watkins, (1996-97)
                                                                    Game                                        2. .525 (571-1,088), Corey Leonard (2006-09)
                    MOST PASSES COMPLETED                           1. 5, Corey Leonard vs. UL Lafayette (2007) 3. .508 (160-315), Brent Pettus (1994-97)
                    Game                                            T2. 4, Ten times                            4. .496 (409-825), Johnny Covington (1992-95)
                    1. 32, Johnny Covington vs San Jose St., 1995 Season                                        5. .492 (187-380), Tim Langford (1980-83)
                    2. 29, Nick Noce vs Memphis, 2004               T1. 16, Corey Leonard (2008)                T6. .491 (109-222), Corey Leonard, 2006-Present
                    3. 28, Jeremie Watkins vs East Carolina, 1996       16, Corey Leonard (2007)                    .491 (81-143), Gary Everett (1963-64)
                    4. 27, Johnny Covington vs La. Tech, 1995       T3. 15, Cleo Lemon (1999)                   8. .488 (551-1,128), Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)
                    T5. 25, Corey Leonard vs. North Texas, 2007         15, Jeremie Watkins (1996)              9. .477 (52-109), James Billings (1956-58)
                        25, Cleo Lemon vs. New Mexico St., 1998     T5. 14, Cleo Lemon (1998)                   10. .475 (106-223), Tommy Spiers (1954-56)
                    T6. 23, Corey Leonard vs. Louisville, 2009          14, Johnny Covington (1995)
                        23, Corey Leonard vs. Texas, 2007           T7. 13, Nick Noce (2004)                    MOST YARDS PER COMPLETION
                    T8. 22, Corey Leonard vs. Iowa, 2009                13, Cleo Lemon (2000)                   Game
                        22, Corey Leonard vs. SMU, 2007                 13, Bill Caldwell (1959)                1. 63.5 (254 on 4), J. Hamilton vs Abilene Christian (1971)
                        22, Nick Noce vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 2005 10. 12, Nick Noce (2005)                       2. 35.5 (142 on 4), Bucky Layne vs SW La. (1976)
                        22, Cleo Lemon vs Utah State, 2000          Career                                      Season
                        22, Jeremie Watkins vs Louisiana Tech, 1996 1. 48, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)               1. 16.9 (1,622 on 96), James Hamilton (1970)
                        22, Gary Everett vs Delta State, 1963       2. 47, Corey Leonard (2006-09)              2. 16.7 (1,205 on 72), Dwane Brown (1985)
                    Season                                          3. 32, James Hamilton (1968-71)
                    1. 194, Johnny Covington (1995)                 4. 25, Nick Noce (2003-05)                  MOST YARDS PER GAME
                    2. 183, Cleo Lemon (1998)                       5. 24, Johnny Covington (1992-95)           Season
                    3. 182, Corey Leonard (2007)                    T6. 22, Elliot Jacobs (2001-03)             1. 226.8, Cleo Lemon (1998)
                    4. 173, Cleo Lemon (2000)                           22, Roy Johnson (1988-91)               2. 203.2, Corey Leonard (2007)
                    5. 166, Corey Leonard (2008)                    8. 20, Bill Caldwell (1957-59)              3. 195.6, Corey Leonard (2008)
                    6. 164, Nick Noce (2004)                        9. 19, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                4. 193.4, Johnny Covington (1995)
                    7. 156, Nick Noce (2005)                        10. 16, Jeremie Watkins (1996-97)           5. 192.3, Nick Noce (2004)
                    8. 145, Elliot Jacobs (2003)                                                                6. 181.5, Cleo Lemon (1997)
                    9. 136, Elliot Jacobs (2002)                    MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED                 7. 178.5, Cleo Lemon (2000)
                    10. 120, Roy Johnson (1991)                     Game                                        8. 162.2, James Hamilton (1970)
                    Career                                          1. 6, Gene Bradley vs Southern Miss (1979) 9. 158.8, Roy Johnson (1991)
                    1. 571, Corey Leonard (2006-09)                 T2. 4, Nick Noce vs Idaho (2004)            10. 157.3, Corey Leonard (2009)
                    2. 551, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)                      4, Elliot Jacobs vs. Utah State (2003)  Career
                    3. 409, Johnny Covington (1992-95)                  4, Jeremie Watkins vs So. Utah (1997)   1. 188.0, Cleo Lemon (1997-2000)
                    4. 338, James Hamilton (1968-71)                    4, Cecil LaGrone vs SW La. (1967)       2. 166.3, Corey Leonard (2006-09)
                    5. 328, Nick Noce (2003-05)                         4, Shelby Lee vs The Citadel (1963)     3. 141.7, James Hamilton (1968-71)
                    6. 324, Elliot Jacobs (2001-03)                 T7. 3, 16 times                             4. 113.9, Elliot Jacobs (2001-03)
                    7. 305, Roy Johnson (1988-91)                   Season                                      5. 113.5, Johnny Covington (1992-95)
                    8. 235, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                   1. 17, Gene Bradley (1979)                  6. 113.2, Kennon Taylor (1977-78)
                    9. 187, Tim Langford (1980-83)                  2. 16, Nick Noce (2004)                     7. 110.1, Corey Leonard (2006-Present)
                    10. 170, Kennon Taylor (1977-78)                3. 16, Kennon Taylor (1978)                 8. 109.5, Roy Johnson (1988-91)
                                                                    4. 16, James Hamilton (1971)
                    MOST NET YARDS PASSING                          5. 16, Bill Caldwell (1959)
                    Game                                            T6. 15, Corey Leonard (2007)
                    1. 418, Nick Noce vs Memphis (2004)                 15, Roy Johnson (1991)

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      TEAM                     MOST NET YDS PASSING
                               Game
                                                                       4 vs Lamar, 1971
                                                                       4 vs Minn., 1995
                                                                                                   1. 98, J. Hamilton to Chet Douthit vs Lamar (1970)
MOST PASSES ATT.                                                                                   2. 89, T. Langford to Waddell Kelly vs Lamar (1982)
Game                           1. 418 vs Memphis, 2004                 4 vs. Idaho, 2004           3. 85, B. Spann to Dan Spensieri vs SW La. (1953)
T1. 53 vs. UNT, 2007           2. 403 vs NMSU, 1998                Season                          T4. 84, Corey Leonard to David Johnson vs. ULL (2007)
    53 vs La. Tech, 1995       3. 376 vs SW Mo. St., 1997          T1. 21 in 1959                       84, T. Langford to Judious Lewis vs NE La. (1983)
3. 50 vs UAB, 1997             4. 353 vs Drake, 1968                   21 in 2003                       84, Roy Johnson to Kendricke Bullard vs SW Missouri St., 1991
T4. 49 vs Minnesota, 1998      5. 350 vs Missouri, 2004            T3. 20 in 1996                  7.   83, C. Lemon to J. Hickenbotham vs Richmond, (2000)
    49 vs NM State, 1998       6. 341 vs Mississippi, 1996             20 in 1971                  8. 82, Cleo Lemon to Ron Teat vs. SW La. (1998)
6. 48 vs SJSU, 1995            7. 335 vs SW La., 1997              5. 19 in 1958                   9.   81, C. Lemon to L. Johnson vs SW Missouri St. (1997)
7. 47 vs Mississippi, 1996     T8. 334 vs SW La., 1998             6. 18 in 1979                   T10. 80, five tied
T8. 46 vs UAB, 1996                334 vs Jacksonville St., 1995
    46 vs Trinity, 1971        10. 322 vs La. Tech, 1996    HIGHEST COMP. PCT.                                YEAR-BY-YEAR PASSING LEADERS
T10. 45 vs NIU, 1996           Season                       Game                                    Year     Player         Att Com Int Yds Pct.                TD
    45 vs TX Tech, 1995        1. 2,875 in 1998             1. .917 (11-12) vs SIU, 1992            2009     Corey Leonard 211 114 6 1,416 .540                  7
Season                         2. 2,446 in 2007             2. .900 (9-10) vs TX So., 2008          2008     Corey Leonard 306 166 8 2,347 .542                 16
1. 410 in 1998                 3. 2,346 in 2008             3. .800 (17-20) vs. WKU, 2009           2007     Corey Leonard 349 182 15 2,235 .521                16
2. 409 in 1996                 4. 2,388 in 1996             4. .778 (14-18) vs Memphis, 1994        2006     Corey Leonard 222 109 8 1,321 .491                  8
3. 392 in 1995                 5. 2,323 in 2009             5. .769 (10-13) vs East TX St., 1979    2005     Nick Noce     282 156 10 2,052 .553                12
4. 388 in 2007                 6. 2,270 in 2004             T6. .750 (9-12) vs LTU, 1985            2004     Nick Noce     315 164 16 2,115 .521                13
5. 350 in 2000                 7. 2,267 in 1997                 .750 (9-12) vs LTU, 1971            2003     Elliot Jacobs 273 145 13 1,537 .531                10
6. 343 in 1997                 8. 2,263 in 1995             Season                                  2002     Elliot Jacobs 258 136 7 1,751 .527                  7
7. 342 in 2004                 9. 2,118 in 1970             1. .582 (192-330) in 2009               2001     Elliot Jacobs 102 43 7 586 .422                     5
8. 330 in 2009                 10. 2,023 in 2000            2. .558 (177-317) in 2000               2000     Cleo Lemon    306 173 7 1,964 .565                 13
9. 328 in 2003                 11. 1,999 in 1999            3. .542 (167-308) in 2008               1999     Cleo Lemon    230 105 8 1,569 .457                 15
10. 308 in 2008                                             4. .528 (205-388) in 2007               1998     Cleo Lemon    387 183 10 2,721 .463                14
                             MOST TD’S PASSING              5. .526 (206-392) in 1995               1997     Cleo Lemon    205 90 8 1,452 .439                   6
MOST PASSES COMP.            Game                           6. .521 (213-401) in 1996               1996     J. Watkins    208 118 9 1,481 .567                 15
Game                         T1. 5 vs. UL Lafayette, 2007 7. .518 (177-342) in 2004                 1995     J. Covington 370 194 13 2,127 .524                 14
1. 34 vs San JSU, 1995           5 vs So. Arkansas, 1958 8. .517 (150-290) in 2002                  1994     J. Covington 185 85 5 830 .459                      6




                                                                                                                                                                        RUSHING RECO R DS
2. 29 vs Memphis, 2004 2. 4 vs nine teams                   9. .505 (96-190) in 1983                1993     J. Covington 184 94 5 1,069 .511                    3
3. 28 vs Mississippi, 1996 Season                           T10. .504 (132-262) in 1992             1992     Tom Sears     176 95 10 1,159 .540                  3
4. 27 vs La. Tech, 1995 1. 19 in 1999                            .504 (62-123)in 1982               1991     Roy Johnson 263 120 15 1,747 .456                   7
T5. 26 vs. UNT, 2007         2. 19 in 1996                       .504 (71-141) in 1964              1990     Roy Johnson 245 101 14 1,561 .412                   9
    26 vs Missouri, 2004 T3. 16 in 2008                                                             1989     Roy Johnson 122 61 6 941 .500                       6
    26 vs No. Illinois, 1996     16 in 2007                 MOST PASSING YARDS                      1988     Roy Johnson    50 23 3 348 .460                     0
    26 vs East Car., 1996        16 in 1995                 PER GAME                                1987     Dwane Brown 96 46 4 665 .479                        3
9. 25 vs Idaho, 1998         6. 15 in 1998                  Season                                  1986     Dwane Brown 120 58 5 862 .483                       5
10. 24 vs. Texas, 2007       T7. 14 in 1959                 1. 239.6 in 1998                        1985     Dwane Brown 152 72 8 1,205 .474                     9
Season                           14 in 1951                 2. 217.1 in 1996                        1984     Dwane Brown 148 59 7 748 .400                       2
1. 217 in 2000                   14 in 2000                 3. 206.4 in 2004                        1983     Tim Langford 166 90 8 1,156 .542                    6
2. 213 in 1996                   14 in 2004                 4. 206.1 in 1997                        1982     Tim Langford   80 39 4 534 .487                     4
3. 206 in 1995                                              5. 205.7 in 1995                        1981     Tim Langford   63 31 8 345 .492                     3
4. 205 in 2007               MOST PASSES INT.               6. 203.8 in 2007                        1980     Tim Langford   71 27 9 281 .380                     1
5. 194 in 1998               Game                           7. 195.5 in 2008                        1979     Gene Bradley 198 91 17 1,091 .460                   7
6. 192 in 2009               1. 6 vs So. Miss., 1979        8. 193.6 in 2009                        1978     Kennon Taylor 182 78 16 1,087 .429                  4
7. 177 in 2004               T2. 5 vs So. Utah, 1997        9. 183.9 in 2000                        1977     Kennon Taylor 190 92 12 1,404 .484                  5
8. 167 in 2008                   5 vs Miss. St., 1994       10. 182.5 in 1970                       1976     Bucky Layne    62 28 4 551 .452                     3
9. 161 in 2003               T4. 4 vs La. State, 1991       11. 181.7 in 1999                       1975     David Hines    70 26 7 395 .371                     2
10. 157 in 1997                  4 vs La. Tech, 1981                                                1974     James Flynn    89 39 10 425 .438                    1
                            CAREER YARDAGE LEADERS                                                  1973     Steve Burks    73 32 5 407 .438                     2
                                        Att    Com      Int      Yds Pct.                 TD        1972     James Flynn    66 21 7 459 .318                     0
  1. Cleo Lemon, 1997-2000           1,128       551    33 7,706 .488                      48       1971     J. Hamilton   199 81 16 1,351 .407                  6
  2. Corey Leonard, 2006-09          1,088       571    37 7,319 .525                      47       1970     J. Hamilton   200 96 12 1,622 .480                  9
  3. James Hamilton, 1968-71           799       338    45 5,383 .423                      32       1969     J. Hamilton   184 79 9 1,172 .429                   8
  4. Roy Johnson, 1988-91              680       305    38 4,597 .449                      22       1968     J. Hamilton   216 82 8 1,238 .380                   9
  5. Johnny Covington, 1992-95 824               409    30 4,426 .496                      24       1967     Cecil LaGrone 145 70 9 900 .483                     2
  6. Dwane Brown, 1984-87              516       235    24 3,480 .455                      19       1966     Tim Keane     158 70 10 1,015 .443                  4
  7. Kennon Taylor, 1977-78            372       170    28 2,491 .457                        9      1965     Tim Keane      67 27 3 326 .403                     1
  8. Elliot Jacobs, 2001-2003          360       179    14 2,337 .497                      12       1964     Gary Everett   81 35 7 454 .432                     4
  9. Tim Langford, 1980-83             380       187    29 2,316 .492                      14       1963     Gary Everett   82 46 6 692 .561                     8
  10. Nick Noce, 2003-now              346       172    23 2,291 .497                      13       1962     Sammy Weir     75 30 9 370 .400                     2
                                                                                                    1961     Jim McMurray 70 30 6 331 .429                       2
                        SEASON YARDAGE LEADERS                                                      1960     Jim McMurray 77 30 5 344 .390                       2
                                Att Com    Int                         Yds     Pct.         TD      1959     Bill Caldwell 132 62 16 959 .470                   13
 1. Cleo Lemon, 1998           387   183   10                         2,721    .463         14      1958     Bill Caldwell  62 27 9 388 .435                     3
 2. Corey Leonard, 2008        306   166     8                        2,347    .542         16      1957     Bill Caldwell  65 28 7 501 .431                     3
 3. Corey Leonard, 2007        349   182   15                         2,235    .521         16      1956     Tommy Spiers 76 32 8 396 .421                       5
 4. Johnny Covington, 1995     370   194   13                         2,127    .524         14      1955     Tommy Spiers 98 44 7 519 .458                       4
 5. Nick Noce, 2004            315   164   16                         2,115    .521         13      1954     Tommy Spiers 49 30 3 368 .612                       3
 6. Cleo Lemon, 2000           306   173     7                        1,964    .565         13      1953     Bobby Spann    51 18 6 334 .353                     5
 7. Elliot Jacobs, 2002        258   136     7                        1,751    .527          7      1952     Billy Sommers 67 38 4 610 .567                      8
 8. Roy Johnson, 1991          263   120   15                         1,747    .456          7      1951     Billy Sommers 43 20 5 261 .465                      7
 9. James Hamilton, 1970       200    96   12                         1,622    .480          9
 10. Cleo Lemon, 1999          230   105     8                        1,569    .457         15          CLEO LEMON
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                                                                                 7.    1,335, Kendricke Bullard (1990-92)
                                        INDIVIDUAL                               8.    1,331, Reginald Murphy (1993-96)
                      MOST PASSES CAUGHT                                         9.    1,315, James Hickenbotham (1999-2002)
                      Game                                                       10.   1,216, Steve Lockhart (1969-71)
                      1. 11, Robert Kilow vs Mississippi (1999)
                      2. 11, J.J. Washington vs Northern Illinois (1996)         MOST TOUCHDOWN CATCHES
                      T3. 10, Robert Kilow vs Utah State (2000)                  Game
                          10, Robert Kilow vs Boise State (2000)                 1. 4, Alfred Bentley vs Central Missouri State (1959)
                          10, Robert Kilow vs Illinois (1999)                    2. 2, several times
                          10, Lennie Johnson vs Louisiana Tech (1996)            Season
                          10, Corey Walker vs Louisiana Tech (1996)              T1. 10, Alfred Bentley (1959)
                          10, Corey Walker vs Ole Miss (1996)                        10, John Koldus (1951)
                          10, Chet Douthit vs Louisiana Tech (1970)              T3. 6, Alvin Powell (2001)
                          10, C. Douthit vs Southeastern La. Tech (1970)              6, Kendricke Bullard (1990)
                          10, Gerald Jumper vs The Citadel (1967)                T5. 5, David Johnson (2008)
                      Season                                                          5, Robert Kilow (1999)
                      1. 72, Robert Kilow (2000)                                      5, Ron Teat (1998)
                      2. 61, Levi Dejohnette (2007)                                   5, Cazzy Francis (1985)
                      3. 57, Robert Kilow (1999)                                      5, Chet Douthit (1970)
                      4. 55, Lennie Johnson (1998)                                    5, Lennie Johnson (1996)
                      T5. 47, Brandon Thompkins (2009)                           Career
                          47, Lennie Johnson (1996)                              1. 15, John Koldus (1950-52)
                          47, Gerald Jumper (1967)                               2. 13, Alfred Bentley (1959-60)
                      8. 46, Lennie Johnson (1997)                               3. 12, Lennie Johnson (1995-98)
                      9. 43, Levi Dejohnette (2005)                              T4. 10, Robert Kilow (1998-00)
                      10. 43, Chet Douthit (1970)                                    10, Kendricke Bullard (1990-92)
                      Career                                                     T6. 9, David Johnson (2005-08)
RECEIVING RECO R DS




                      1. 158, Robert Kilow (1998-2000)                                9, James Hickenbotham (1999-2002)
                      2. 156, Lennie Johnson (1995-98)                           T8. 8, J.J. Washington (1995-99)
                      3. 152, Levi Dejohnette (2004-07)                               8, Ron Teat (1996-98)
                      4. 128, Brandon Thompkins (2006-09)                             8, Fred Barnett (1986-89)
                      5. 121, Reginald Murphy (1993-96)                               8, Cazzy Francis (1985-86)
                      6.   95, Fred Barnett (1986-89)
                      7.   93, Gerald Jumper (1964-67)                           MOST YARDS PER CATCH
                      8.   92, Chuck Walker (2001-04)                            Game (Min. 3 catches)
                      9.   90, Corey Walker (1993-96)                            1. 43.0 (3-129), Cazzy Francis vs NE La. (1985)
                      10. 84, James Hickenbotham (1999-2002)                     2. 41.3 (3-124), J. Waleszonia vs Eastern NM (1969)
                                                                                 3. 40.6 (7-284), L. Johnson vs SW Missouri. St. (1997)
                      MOST YARDS GAINED                                          4. 40.3 (3-121), Kendricke Bullard vs Ole Miss (1990)
                      Game                                                       5. 40.0 (3-120), Steve Lockhart vs Drake (1969)
                      1. 284, Lennie Johnson vs SW Missouri St. (1997)           6. 37.7 (3-113)Chuck Walker vs. LSU (2004)
                      2. 254, Robert Kilow vs Mississippi (1999)                 Season
                      3. 196, Dikki Dyson vs Louisiana Tech (1977)               1. 22.8, Robert Kilow (1998)
                      4. 188, Chet Douthit vs Louisiana Tech (1970)              2. 22.2, Chet Douthit (1970)
                      5. 184, Chet Douthit vs Lamar (1970)                       3. 21.7, Taylor Stockemer (2009)
                      6. 175, Lennie Johnson vs Louisiana Tech (1996)            4. 21.4, Lennie Johnson (1995)
                      7. 170, Lennie Johnson vs New Mexico St. (1998)            5. 20.8, Cazzy Francis (1985)
                      8. 168, Gerald Jumper vs Tennessee Tech (1966)             6. 20.4, David Johnson (2007)
                      9. 164, Fred Barnett vs Louisiana Tech (1989)              7. 20.1, James Hickenbotham (1999)
                      Season                                                     T8. 19.8, Judious Lewis (1983)
                      1. 1,002, Robert Kilow (2000)                                  19.8, Alfred Bentley (1959)
                      2. 955, Chet Douthit (1970)                                Career
                      3. 901, Lennie Johnson (1998)                              1. 22.1, Chet Douthit (1969-70)
                      4. 862, Lennie Johnson (1997)                              2. 20.5, Kendricke Bullard (1990-92)
                      5. 796, Lennie Johnson (1996)                              3. 20.1, Cazzy Francis (1985-86)
                      6. 783, Robert Kilow (1999)                                4. 18.3, Alfred Bentley (1959-60)
                      7. 727, Gerald Jumper (1967)                               T5. 17.5, Lennie Johnson (1995-98)
                      8. 710, Dikki Dyson (1977)                                     17.5, Jerome Miller (1975-79)
                      9. 701, Levi Dejohnette (2007)                             7. 17.3, Judious Lewis (1983-84)
                      10. 667, Cazzy Francis (1985)
                      Career                                                     MOST 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES
                      1. 2,730, Lennie Johnson (1995-98)                         Season
                      2. 2,446, Robert Kilow (1998-00)                           1. 5, Robert Kilow (2000)
                      3. 1,816, Levi Dejohnette (2004-07)                        T2. 4, Lennie Johnson (1996)
                      4. 1,701, Brandon Thompkins (2006-09)                          4, Chet Douthit (1970)
                      5. 1,571, Fred Barnett (1986-89)                           T4. 3, Lennie Johnson (1997)
                      6. 1,396, Gerald Jumper (1964-67)                              3, Fred Barnett (1989)
                                                                                 T6. 2, Chuck Walker (2004)
                                                                                     2, Mike Cox (2002)
                                                                                     2, Kendricke Bullard (1990)

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                                                                                      YEAR-BY-YEAR RECEIVING LEADERS
                                                                               Year     Player            No. Yds Avg.     TD
                                                                               2009     Brandon Thompkins 47 598 12.7       4
                                                                               2008     Brandon Thompkins 32 511 16.0       2
                                                                                        Jahbari McLennan 32 451 14.1        1
                                                                               2007     Levi Dejohnette    61 701 11.5      2
                                                                               2006     Kevin Jones        25 355 14.2      2
                                                                               2005     Levi Dejohnette    43 554 12.9      1
                                                                               2004     Chuck Walker       38 589 15.5      2
                                                                               2003     Mike Cox           35 477 13.6      1
                                                                               2002     James Hickenbotham27 468 17.3       3
                                                                               2001     Alvin Powell       36 507 14.1      6
                                                                               2000     Robert Kilow       72 1,002 13.9    3
                                                                               1999     Robert Kilow       57 783 13.7      5
                                                                               1998     Lennie Johnson     55 901 16.4      2
                                                                               1997     Lennie Johnson     46 852 18.7      4
Lennie Johnson recorded 2,730 receiving yards from 1995-
                                                                               1996     Lennie Johnson     47 796 16.9      5
98 for the most in school history.                                             1995     Corey Walker       42 411    9.8    4
                                                                               1994     Derrick Austin     27 347 12.9      2
                 SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS RECORDS
 1.   284, Lennie Johnson vs Southwest Missouri State, 1999 (7 catches)        1993     Derrick Austin     22 309 14.1      1
 2.   254, Robert Kilow vs Mississippi, 1999 (11 catches)                      1992     Kendricke Bullard 22 325 14.8       2
 3.   196, Dikki Dyson vs Louisiana Tech, 1977 (7 catches)                              Jerrold Seymore    22 170    7.7    1
 4.   188, Chet Douthit vs Louisiana Tech, 1970 (10 catches)                            Jack Dollarhide    22 260 11.8      1
 5.   184, Chet Douthit vs Lamar, 1970 (6 catches)                             1991     Kendricke Bullard 29 507 17.5       2
 6.   175, Lennie Johnson vs Louisiana Tech, 1996 (10 catches)                 1990     Chris Collier      24 223    9.3    3
 7.   170, Lennie Johnson vs New Mexico State, 1998 (7 catches)                         Blake Denison      24 349 14.5      1




                                                                                                                                RECEIVING RECO R DS
 8.   168, Gerald Jumper vs Tennessee Tech, 1966 (9 catches)
                                                                               1989     Fred Barnett       38 643 16.9      4
 9.   164, Fred Barnett vs Louisiana Tech, 1989 (7 catches)
                                                                               1988     Fred Barnett       12 141 11.8      0
 10.  156, Robert Kilow vs Memphis, 2000 (7 catches)
 11.  153, Fred Barnett vs Mississippi College, 1987 (7 catches)               1987     Fred Barnett       32 608 19.0      4
 T12. 152, Robert Kilow vs Richmond, 2000 (7 catches)                          1986     Cazzy Francis      21 400 19.1      3
      152, Chet Douthit vs Southeastern Louisiana, 1970 (10 catches)           1985     Cazzy Francis      32 667 20.8      5
 T14. 145, Kearney Blalack vs Abilene Christian, 1971 (2 catches)              1984     Judious Lewis      23 323 14.0      0
      145, Lennie Johnson vs Mississippi, 1996 (7 catches)                     1983     Judious Lewis      30 595 19.8      3
 16. 143, J.J. Washington vs Northern Illinois, 1996 (11 catches)              1982     Waddell Kelly      12 170 14.2      1
 17. 140, Cazzy Francis vs Mississippi, 1985 (6 catches)                       1981     Maurice Carthon    12    99  8.3    0
 18. 136, Chet Douthit vs North Dakota, 1970 (5 catches)
                                                                               1980     Lee Charles Wright 9     95 10.6    1
 19. 135, Robert Kilow vs. Boise State, 2000 (10 catches)
                                                                               1979     Anthony Williams   22 123    5.6    1
 20. 134, Lennie Johnson vs Southwestern Louisiana, 1998 (8 catches)
 T21. 132, Derrick Austin vs Utah State, 1995 (6 catches)                      1978     Jerome Miller      24 473 19.7      2
      132, Blake Denison vs Louisiana State, 1991 (6 catches)                  1977     Dikki Dyson        40 710 17.8      1
 23. 130, Joe Waleszonia vs Southwestern Louisiana, 1968 (5 catches)           1976     Orna Middlebrook 13 215 16.5        2
 24. 129, Cazzy Francis vs Northeast Louisiana, 1985 (3 catches)               1975     Orna Middlebrook 11 169 15.4        0
 25. 126, Chuck Walker vs Missouri, 2004 (3 catches)                           1974     Jaime Klipsch      16 217 13.6      1
                                                                               1973     Jaime Klipsch      12 178 14.8      0
                         CAREER RECEPTION LEADERS                              1972     Steve Burks         9 170 18.9      0
                                   No.     Yards               Avg.       TD   1971     Steve Lockhart     27 382 14.1      2
 1.     Robert Kilow, 1998-00      158      2,446              15.5       10   1970     Chet Douthit       43 955 22.2      5
 2.     Lennie Johnson, 1995-98    156      2,730              17.5       12   1969     Steve Lockhart     30 482 15.1      1
 3.     Levi Dejohnette, 2004-07   152      1,816              11.9        7   1968     Joe Waleszonia     29 507 17.5      2
 4.     Brandon Thompkins, 2006-09 128      1,701              13.3        7
                                                                               1967     Gerald Jumper      47 727 15.5      0
 5.     Reginald Murphy, 1993-96   121      1,381              11.4        3
 6.     Fred Barnett, 1986-89       95      1,571              16.5        8   1966     Gerald Jumper      32 511 16.0      1
 7.     Gerald Jumper, 1964-67      93      1,396              15.0        1   1965     Gerald Jumper      12 139 11.6      0
 8.     Chuck Walker, 2001-04       92      1,157              12.6        3   1964     Bill Pagano        14 210 15.0      3
 9.     Corey Walker, 1993-96       90        730               8.1        7   1963     Bill Pagano        12 198 16.5      3
 10.    James Hickenbotham, 1999-02 84      1,315              15.7        9   1962     Hassel McCain      10 133 13.3      1
                                                                               1961     Gilbert Arnold     11 108    9.8    0
                         SEASON RECEPTION LEADERS                              1960     Alfred Bentley     19 305 16.1      3
                                   No.     Yards               Avg.       TD   1959     Alfred Bentley     28 554 19.8     10
 1.     Robert Kilow, 2000          72      1,002              13.9        3
                                                                               1958     Don Riggs          17 242 14.2      3
 2.     Levi Dejohnette, 2007       61        701              11.5        2
 3.     Robert Kilow, 1999          57        783              13.7        5   1957     Howard Cissell     10 138 13.8      2
 4.     Lennie Johnson, 1998        55        901              16.4        2   1956     Bob Gray           13 179 13.8      2
 T5.    Lennie Johnson, 1996        47        727              15.5        0   1955     Howard Cissell     10 129 12.9      1
        Gerald Jumper, 1967         47        727              15.5        0            Jim Turley         10 132 13.2      2
        Brandon Thompkins           47        598              12.7        4   1954     Dan Spensieri      12 225 18.8      1
 7.     Lennie Johnson, 1997        46        862              18.7        4   1953     Ronnie Allen       18 265 14.7      7
 8.     Chet Douthit, 1970          43        955              22.2        5   1951     John Koldus        20 488 24.4     10
 9.     Reginald Murphy, 1996       42        473              11.3        2
 10.    Corey Walker, 1995          42        411               9.8        4
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                                                2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL                                                  2. 43, Scott Roper (1987)
                               INDIVIDUAL                                      MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED                      3. 39, Bobby Gentry (1970)
                     MOST POINTS SCORED                                        Game                                            4. 38, Josh Arauco (2008)
                     Game                                                      T1. 5, Andy McPherson vs Minnesota (1998)       5. 37, Stuart Reid (1985)
                     T1. 42, Steve Burks vs Abilene Christian (1973)               5, Scott Roper vs North Texas (1986)        6. 35, Eric Neihouse (2005)
                          42, Clifton Keller vs Central Arkansas (1917)            5, Scott Roper vs NE Louisiana (1986)       T7. 34, Josh Arauco (2007)
                     3. 30, Corey Walker vs Louisiana Tech (1996)                  5, Joe Duren vs Northeast La. (1972)            34, Scott Roper (1986)
                     T4. 24, 7 times (last R. Arnold vs MVSU, 2009) T5. 4, 10 times                                            Career
                                                                               Season                                          1. 125, Eric Neihouse (2002-05)
                     Season                                                    1. 28, Scott Roper (1986)                       2. 123, Don LaPlante (1950-52)
                     1. 126, Richie Woit (1951)                                2. 23, Josh Arauco (2007)                       3. 122, Josh Arauco (2006-09)
                     2. 110, Steve Burks (1973)                                T3. 22, Eric Neihouse (2002)                    4. 90, Joe Duren (1971-74)
                     T3. 102, David Hines (1975)                                   22, Eric Neihouse (2005)                    5. 80, Doug Dobbs (1976-79)
                          102, Richie Woit (1952)                                  22, Doug Dobbs (1978)                       6. 79, Ryan Jose (1989-91)
                     Career                                                    T6. 21, Joe Duren (1971)                        7. 78, Jeff Caldwell (1993-96)
                     1. 342, Richie Woit (1950-53)                                 21, Scott Roper (1987)                      8. 77, Scott Roper (1986-87)
                     2. 288, Josh Arauco (2006-09)                                 21, Scott McDonald (1981)
                     3. 234, Eric Neihouse (2002-05)                           Career                                          MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE
                     4. 210, Reggie Arnold (2006-09)                           1. 76, Josh Arauco (2006-09)                    Game
                     5. 198, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                             2. 67, Eric Neihouse (2002-05)                  T1. 11, Josh Arauco vs Texas Southern (2008)
                     6. 195, Jeff Caldwell (1993-96)                           3. 65, Joe Duren (1971-74)                          11, Scott Roper vs East Texas State (1987)
                     7. 186, Lamont Zachery (1996-99)                          4. 57, Jeff Caldwell (1993-96)                  T3. 9, Eric Neihouse vs. Florida Int’l (2005)
                     8. 182, Steve Burks (1971-74)                             5. 53, Doug Dobbs (1976-79)                         9, Eric Neihouse vs. UT Martin (2003)
                     9. 178, Doug Dobbs (1976-79)                              6. 49, Scott Roper (1986-87)                        9, Stuart Reid vs Tennessee-Martin (1984)
                     T10. 170, Scott Roper (1986-87)                                                                               9, Bobby Gentry vs Lamar (1970)
                          170, Corey Walker (1993-96)                          MOST FIELD GOALS MADE                           T7. 8, Eric Neihouse vs. Tenn.-Martin (2005)
                                                                               Game                                                8, Scott Roper vs Lamar (1986)
                     MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                                    1. 5, Scott Roper vs North Texas (1986)             8, Stuart Reid vs North Texas (1985)
                     Game                                                      T2. 4, Josh Arauco vs Texas A&M (2008)              8, Don LaPlante vs Southern Illinois (1951)
                     T1. 7, Steve Burks vs Abilene Christian (1973)                4, Scott Roper vs Northeast La. (1986)      Season
SCO RING RECO R DS




                          7, Clifton Keller vs Central Arkansas (1917)             4, S. McDonald vs Central Mich. (1981)      1. 43, Don LaPlante (1951)
                     3. 5, Corey Walker vs Louisiana Tech (1996)                   4, Josh Arauco vs Florida Atlantic (2009)   2. 41, Scott Roper (1987)
                     Season                                                    6. 3, 12 times (last J. Arauco vs. ULL, 2008    3. 37, Josh Arauco (2008)
                     1. 21, Richie Woit (1951)                                 Season                                          T4. 35, Eric Neihouse (2005)
                     2. 18, Steve Burks (1973)                                 1. 21, Scott Roper, 1986                            35, Bobby Gentry (1970)
                     T3. 17, David Hines (1975)                                T2. 17, Josh Arauco, 2008                       T6. 34, Josh Arauco (2007)
                          17, Richie Woit (1952)                                   17, Doug Dobbs, 1978                            34, Stuart Reid (1985)
                          15, Frank McGuigan (1968)                            4. 15, Josh Arauco, 2007                        8. 33, Scott Roper (1986)
                     Career                                                    T5. 14, Josh Arauco, 2009                       Career
                     1. 57, Richie Woit (1950-53)                                  14, Jeff Caldwell, 1993                     1. 123, Eric Neihouse (2002-05)
                     2. 35, Reggie Arnold (2006-09)                            7. 13, Eric Neihouse, 2005                      2. 114, Josh Arauco (2006-09)
                     3. 33, Dwane Brown (1984-87)                              T8. 12, Josh Arauco, 2006                       3. 96, Don LaPlante (1950-52)
                     4. 31, Lamont Zachery (1996-99)                               12, Andy McPherson, 1998                    4. 84, Joe Duren (1971-74)
                     5. 30, Steve Burks (1971-74)                                  12, Scott McDonald, 1981                    5. 75, Jeff Caldwell (1993-96)
                     6. 28, Corey Walker (1993-96)                                 12, Joe Duren, 1974                         6. 74, Scott Roper (1986-87)
                     T7. 26, Calvin Harrell (1969-71)                              12, Jeff Caldwell, 1996                     7. 73, Doug Dobbs (1976-79)
                          26, Steve Gankiewicz (1964-67)                       Career                                          8. 72, Ryan Jose (1989-91)
                          26, Lamont Zachery (1996-99)                         1. 58, Josh Arauco (2006-09)
                                                                               2. 40, Jeff Caldwell (1993-96)                  MOST CONSECUTIVE EXTRA POINTS MADE
                     MOST POINTS BY KICKING                                    3. 37, Eric Neihouse (2002-05)                  1. 78, Eric Neihouse (2003-05)
                     Game                                                      4. 35, Doug Dobbs (1976-79)                     2. 74, Josh Arauco (2006-08)
                     1. 19, S. Roper vs UNT, 1986 (5 FG, 4 PAT)                5. 32, Scott Roper (1986-87)                    3. 46, Scott Roper (1986-87)
                     2. 17, J. Arauco vs TX So., 2008 (2 FG, 11 PAT) 6. 28, Jeff Caldwell (1993-95)                            4. 33, Joe Duren (1973-74)
                     T3. 14, S. Roper vs NE La., 1986 (4 FG, 2 PAT) 7. 27, Joe Duren (1971-74)                                 5. 32, Jeff Caldwell (1996)
                          14, S. McDonald vs Central Mich., 1981 (4 FG, 2 PAT)                                                 6. 30, Jeff Caldwell (1993-95)
                     T5. 13, J. Arauco vs ULM, 2008 (4 FG, 1 PAT)              MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS                    7. 27, Nick Gatto (1999)
                          13, S. Roper vs La. Tech, 1987 (3 FG, 4 PAT) 1. 15, Josh Arauco (2008)                               8. 25, Ryan Jose (1990-91)
                     Season                                                    T2. 10, Josh Arauco (2006)                      9. 21, Joe Duren (1971-72)
                     1. 96, Scott Roper, 1986 (21 FG, 33 PAT)                      10, Jeff Caldwell (1993)                    10. 20, Bobby Gentry (1970)
                     2. 88, Josh Arauco, 2008 (17 FG, 37 PAT)                      10, Scott Roper (1986)
                     3. 79, Josh Arauco, 2007 (15 FG, 34 PAT)                  5. 8, Josh Arauco (2007)                        LONGEST FIELD GOALS
                     T4. 74, Eric Neihouse, 2005 (13 FG, 35 PAT)               T6. 7, Scott McDonald (1981)                    T1. 63, Scott Roper vs UNT (1987)
                          74, Scott Roper, 1987 (11 FG, 41 PAT)                     7, Doug Dobbs (1978)                           63, Joe Duren vs McNeese St. (1974)
                     T6. 69, Josh Arauco, 2009 (14 FG, 27 PAT)                                                                 3. 56, Joe Duren vs McNeese St. (1974)
                     T7. 68, Jeff Caldwell, 1996 (12 FG, 32 PAT)               MOST EXTRA POINT ATTEMPTS                       4. 52, Jim Tarle vs Northern Ill. (1995)
                          68, Bobby Gentry, 1970 (11 FG, 35 PAT)               Game                                            T5. 51, S. McDonald vs Central Mich. (1981)
                     9. 61, Doug Dobbs, 1978 (17 FG, 10 PAT)                   T1. 11, Josh Arauco vs TX Southern (2008)           51, Joe Duren vs Lamar (1974)
                     T10. 59, Eric Neihouse, 2004 (11 FG, 26 PAT)                  11, Scott Roper vs East TX State (1987)     T7. 50, Eric Neihouse vs ULM (2005)
                          59, Joe Duren, 1974 (12 FG, 23 PAT)                  T3. 10, Stuart Reid vs UT Martin (1984)             50, Scott Roper vs UNT (1986)
                     Career                                                        10, Bobby Gentry vs Lamar (1970)            T9. 49, Ryan Wilbourn vs. ULM (2009)
                     1. 288, Josh Arauco, 2006-09 (58 FG, 114 XP)                  10, Don LaPlante vs Southern Ill. (1951)        49, Eric Neihouse vs Troy (2005)
                     2. 234, Eric Neihouse, 2002- (37 FG, 123 PAT) T6. 9, Josh Arauco vs. MVSU (2009)                              49, Eric Neihouse vs. MT (2004)
                     3. 195, Jeff Caldwell, 1993-96 (40 FG, 75 PAT)                9, Eric Neihouse vs. UT Martin (2003)           49, Jim Tarle vs Memphis (1994)
                     4. 178, Doug Dobbs, 1976-79 (35 FG, 73 PAT)                   9, Eric Neihouse vs. Florida Int’l (2005)       49, Mike Everett vs ACU (1967)
                     5. 170, S. Roper, 1986-87 (32 FG, 74 PAT)                     9, Andy Hooper vs St. Mary (Kan.) (1963)    MOST FG 50+ YARDS
                     6. 165, Joe Duren, 1971-74 (27 FG, 84 PAT)                Season                                          Game
                     7. 126, Ryan Jose, 1989-92 (17 FG, 75 PAT)                1. 54, Don LaPlante (1951)                      1. 2, Joe Duren vs McNeese, 1974 (63 & 56)

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                          2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                              10 vs Southern Illinois, 1951            MOST FIELD GOALS MADE
1. 3, Joe Duren, 1974 (63, 56, 51)        T6. 9 vs Mississippi Valley State, 2009      Game
Career                                        9 vs Florida International, 2005         1. 5 vs North Texas, 1986
1. 3, Joe Duren, 1971-74 (63, 56, 51)         9 vs Eastern New Mexico, 1969            T2. 4 vs Florida Atlantic, 2009
2. 2, Scott Roper, 1986-87 (63, 50)           9 vs St. Mary (Kan.), 1963                   4 vs Texas A&M, 2008
T3. 1, Eric Neihouse, 2002-05 (50)        Season                                           4 vs Northeast Louisiana, 1986
    1, Scott McDonald, 1981-83 (51)       1. 57 in 1951                                    4 vs Central Michigan, 1981
    1, Jim Tarle, 1994-95 (52)            2. 49 in 1952                                Season
                                          3. 42 in 1975                                1. 21 in 1986
                                          4. 39 in 1970                                T2. 17 in 2008
             TEAM                         T5. 38 in 2008
                                              38 in 1985
                                                                                           17 in 1978
                                                                                       T4. 15 in 2009
MOST POINTS
Game                                          38 in 1984                                   15 in 2007
1. 101 vs Central Arkansas, 1917                                                       6. 14 in 1993
2. 83 vs Texas Southern, 2008             MOST EXTRA POINT KICKS MADE                  7. 13 in 2005
3. 77 vs East Texas State, 1987           Game                                         T8. 12, five times (last 2006)
4. 72 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984           T1. 11 vs Texas Southern, 2008
                                              11 vs East Texas State, 1987                     YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS
T5. 69 vs Lamar, 1970
                                          T3. 9 vs Florida International, 2005         Year     Player           TD PAT   FG    Pts
    69 vs Arkansas College, 1913                                                       2009     Reggie Arnold    12   0     0    72
Season                                         9 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984
                                                                                       2008     Josh Arauco       0  37   17     88
1. 456 in 1951                                 9 vs Lamar, 1970                        2007     Josh Arauco       0  34   15     79
2. 452 in 1986                            T6. 8 vs Tennessee-Martin, 2005              2006     Josh Arauco       0  16   12     52
3. 395 in 1987                                 8 vs Lamar, 1986                        2005     Eric Neihouse     0  35   12     74
4. 360 in 1970                                 8 vs North Texas, 1985                  2004     Eric Neihouse     0  26    11    59
5. 355 in 1975                                 8 vs. Southern Illinois, 1951           2003     Shermar Bracey    8   0     0    48
                                          Season                                       2002     Danny Smith      14   0     0    84
6. 351 in 1952                                                                         2001     Alvin Powell      6   1     0    36
                                          1. 44 in 1951
                                          2. 41 in 1987                                2000     Nick Gatto        0  24     9    51
MOST TOUCHDOWNS                                                                        1999     Nick Gatto        0  30     8    54
Game                                      3. 38 in 1952                                1998     Lamont Zachery   11   0     0    66
T1. 11 vs Texas Southern, 2008            4. 37 in 2008                                1997     Lamont Zachery    8   0     0    48




                                                                                                                                      SCO RING RECO R DS
    11 vs East Texas State, 1987          T5. 35 in 2005                               1996     Corey Walker     12   0     0    72
T3. 10 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984              35 in 1970                               1995     Corey Walker     14   0     0    86
    10 vs Lamar, 1970                                                                  1994     Jeff Caldwell     0   9     9    36
                                 MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS                              1993     Jeff Caldwell     0   8   14     50
T5. 9 vs Mississippi Valley State, 2009                                                1992     Jerrold Seymore   5   0     0    30
                                 Game
    9 vs Florida International, 2005                                                   1991     Roy Johnson      12   0     0    72
6. 8 vs Lamar, 1986              T1. 5 vs Minnesota, 1998
                                                                                       1990     Ryan Jose         0  20     6    38
Season                               5 vs Southern Illinois, 1994                      1989     Ryan Jose         0  31     6    49
1. 57 in 1951                        5 vs North Texas, 1986                            1988     Earl Easley      11   0     0    66
2. 50 in 1975                        5 vs Northeast Louisiana, 1986                    1987     Scott Roper       0  41    11    74
3. 49 in 1952                        5 vs Northeast Louisiana, 1972                    1986     Scott Roper       0  33   21     96
4. 43 in 1987                    T6. 4, seven times                                    1985     Dwane Brown      10   0     0    60
                                 Season                                                1984     Rickey Jemison   11   0     0    66
5. 42 in 1970                                                                          1983     Tim Langford      9   0     0    54
                                 1. 28 in 1986
                                                                                       1982     Waddell Kelly     9   0     0    54
MOST EXTRA POINT KICK ATTEMPTS 2. 24 in 2007                                           1981     Scott McDonald    0  17   12     53
Game                             T3. 22 in 2005                                        1980     Jerry Mack        4   0     0    24
T1. 11 vs Texas Southern, 2008       22 in 1981                                        1979     Doug Dobbs        0  18     9    45
    11 vs East Texas State, 1987     22 in 1978                                        1978     Doug Dobbs        0  10   17     61
T3. 10 vs Lamar, 1970            T6. 21 in 1987                                        1977     Kennon Taylor     7   0     0    42
                                     21 in 1971                                        1976     Leroy Harris     13   2     0    80
    10 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1984
                                                                                       1975     David Hines      17   0     0   102
                                                                                       1974     Stan Winfrey     11   0     0    66
                        CAREER SCORING LEADERS                                         1973     Steve Burks      18   2     0   110
                                                                                       1972     Greg Hill         7   0     0    42
                                TD    XP1    XP2                     FG          Pts
                                                                                       1971     Joe Duren         0  17     7    38
 1. Richie Woit, 1950-53        57       0     0                      0          342   1970     Calvin Harrell   13   0     0    78
 2. Josh Arauco, 2006-09         0     114     0                     58          288   1969     Calvin Harrell    9   0     0    54
 3. Eric Neihouse, 2002-05       0     123     0                     37          234            James Hamilton    9   0     0    54
 4. Dwane Brown, 1984-87        33       0     0                      0          198   1968     Frank McGuigan   15   2     0    92
 5. Jeff Caldwell, 1993-96       0      75     0                     40          195   1967     Steve Gankiewicz  9   0     0    54
 6. Lamont Zachery, 1996-99     31       0     0                      0          186   1966     Steve Gankiewicz 13   0     0    78
                                                                                       1965     Eddie Rickus      5   0     0    30
 7. Steve Burks, 1971-74        30       0     1                      0          182            Terry Gwin        5   0     0    30
 8. Doug Dobbs, 1976-79          0      73     0                     35          178   1964     Dan Summers       0  19     5    34
 T9. Scott Roper, 1986-87        0      74     0                     32          170   1963     Harold Wallin     4   0     0    24
     Corey Walker, 1993-96      28       0     1                      0          170   1962     Dick Martillo     7   0     0    42
                                                                                       1961     Sammy Weir        3   4     0    22
                           SEASON SCORING LEADERS                                      1960     Bobby Hogue       3   4     0    22
                                                                                       1959     Alfred Bentley   10   2     0    62
                                   TD    XP1    XP2                  FG          Pts   1958     Bill Caldwell     5   5     0    35
 1. Richie Woit, 1951              21       0     0                   0          126   1957     Don Riggs         4   4     0    28
 2. Steve Burks, 1973              18       0     1                   0          110   1956     Eddie Romeo       7   0     0    42
 T3. Richie Woit, 1952             17       0     0                   0          102   1955     Don Riggs         6   0     0    36
     David Hines, 1975             17       0     0                   0          102            Howard Cissell    6   0     0    36
  5. Scott Roper, 1986              0      33     0                  21           96   1954     Bill Templeton    4   6     0    30
                                                                                       1953     Richie Woit      12   0     0    72
  6. Frank McGuigan, 1968          15       0     1                   0           92   1952     Richie Woit      17   0     0   102
  7. Josh Arauco, 2008              0      37     0                  17           88   1951     Richie Woit      17   0     0   102
  8. Corey Walker, 1995            14       0     2                   0           86   1950     Richie Woit       7   0     0    42
  9. Danny Smith, 2002             14       0     0                   0           84
 10. Leroy Harris, 1976            13       0     1                   0           80
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                                INDIVIDUAL
                    MOST PUNTS
                    Game
                    1. 20, Willard Tilley vs Memphis State (1939)
                    2. 14, Kevin McClelland vs Texas-Arlington (1968)
                    3. 13, Bruce Gartman vs Southern Mississippi (1980)
                    4. 12, Scot Simons vs Alabama-Birmingham (1997)
                    T5. 11, Nine times
                    Season
                    1. 85, Bruce Gartman (1980)
                    2. 82, Kyle Richardson (1993)
                    3. 81, Kevin McClelland (1968)
                    4. 78, Jarod Little (2003)
                    5. 74, Ryan Smith (1998)
                    6. 70, Bruce Gartman (1982)
                    7. 69, Kyle Richardson (1994)
                    8. 68, Mike Alexander (2001)
                    9. 67, Joe Slayton (1978)
                    10. 66, Kyle Richardson (1992)
                    Career
                    1. 274, Kyle Richardson (1992-95)
                    2. 251, Kevin McClelland (1966-69)
                    3. 239, Joe Slayton (1976-79)
                    4. 210, Bruce Gartman (1980-82)
                    5. 175, Stacy Gore (1983-85)

                    MOST YARDS
                    Game
PUNTING RECO R DS




                    1. 736, Willard Tilley vs Memphis State (1939)
                    2. 601, Bruce Gartman vs Southern Miss (1980)
                    3. 498, Kevin McClelland vs Texas-Arlington (1968)
                    4. 486, Kyle Richardson vs Louisiana Tech (1993)
                    5. 475, Ryan Smith vs LSU (1998)
                    6. 462, Kyle Richardson vs Northeast La. (1993)
                    7. 457, Scot Simons vs Ala.-Birmingham (1997)         Joe Slayton piled up 9,269 punting yards from 1976-79.
                    8. 453, Kyle Richardson vs Louisiana Tech (1995)      Career (Min. 40 punts)                            MOST YARDS PUNTING
                    9. 444, Kyle Richardson vs. Southwestern La. (1994)   1. 42.8 (116 punts), Ryan Smith (1998-99)         Game
                    10. 440, Kyle Richardson vs Florida, 1993             2. 41.5 (55 punts), Dan Mullen (1972-75)          1. 736 vs Memphis State, 1939
                    Season                                                3. 41.2 (210 punts), Bruce Gartman (1980-82)      2. 601 vs Southern Mississippi, 1980
                    1. 3,530, Bruce Gartman (1980)                        4. 40.0 (162 punts), Jarod Little (2003-05)       3. 511 vs LSU, 1998
                    2. 3,285, Kyle Richardson (1993)                      5. 39.8 (274 punts), Kyle Richardson (1992-95)    4. 498 vs Texas-Arlington, 1968
                    3. 3,097, Ryan Smith (1998)                           6. 39.5 (110 punts), Steve Sampson (1986-87)      5. 473 vs Idaho, 1998
                    4. 3,085, Jarod Little (2003)                         7. 39.4 (175 punts), Stacy Gore (1983-85)         6. 468 vs Virginia Tech, 1994
                    5. 2,907, Kyle Richardson (1994)                      8. 39.2 (154 punts), Brett Shrable (2005-08)      7. 416 vs Louisiana Tech, 1980
                    6. 2,875, Kevin McClelland (1968)                     9. 39.0 (145 punts), Steve Burks (1972-74)        Season
                    7. 2,869, Bruce Gartman (1982)                                                                          1. 3,576 in 1998
                    8. 2,770, Joe Slayton (1978                            LONGEST PUNTS                                    2. 3,559 in 1980
                    Career                                                 1. 82, John Ed James vs Southern Illinois (1936) 3. 3,439 in 1993
                    1. 10,917, Kyle Richardson (1992-95)                   2. 80, Joe Slayton vs Lamar (1979)               4. 3,085 in 2003
                    2. 9,269, Joe Slayton (1976-79)                        T3. 79, Bobby Reid vs Troy State (1951)          5. 3,033 in 1978
                    3. 9,054, Kevin McClelland (1966-69)                       79, Joe Slayton vs Wyoming (1979)            6. 2,989 in 1994
                    4. 8,655, Bruce Gartman (1980-82)                                                                       7. 2,875 in 1968
                                                                           T5. 75, Kyle Richardson vs USL (1994)
                    5. 6,894, Stacy Gore (1983-85)                             75, Kyle Richardson vs UNLV (1995)
                                                                                                                            HIGHEST AVERAGE
                    HIGHEST AVERAGE                                                                                         Game (Min. 3 punts)
                    Game (Min. 3 punts)                                                    TEAM                             1. 57.5 vs UTA, 1981 (4 punts)
                                                                                                                                54.0 vs SW La., 1979 (3 punts)
                    1. 57.5 (4 punts), Bruce Gartman vs UTA (1981)         MOST PUNTS
                                                                                                                                50.7 vs So. Illinois, 1975 (3 punts)
                    2. 54.0 (3 punts), Joe Slayton vs SW La. (1979)        Game
                                                                                                                                49.6 vs Memphis St., 1987 (7 punts)
                    3. 52.5 (3 punts), Dick Martillo vs Miss. Coll. (1962) 1. 20 vs Memphis State, 1939
                                                                                                                                49.2 vs SW La., 1973 (5 punts)
                    4. 50.7 (3 punts), Dan Mullen vs So. Illinois (1975)   2. 14 vs Texas-Arlington, 1968
                                                                                                                            Season
                    5. 49.6 (7 punts), S. Sampson vs Memphis St. (1987) 3. 13 vs Southern Mississippi, 1980
                                                                                                                            1. 42.3 in 2009 (53 punts)
                    Season (Min. 20 punts)                                 T4. 12 vs Florida, 1993
                                                                                                                            2. 41.5 in 1975 (46 punts)
                    1. 44.4 (42 punts), Ryan Smith (1999)                      12 vs LSU, 1998
                                                                                                                            3. 41.4 in 2004 (63 punts)
                    2. 42.8 (44 punts), Dan Mullen (1975)                      12 vs Idaho, 1998
                                                                                                                            4. 41.3 in 1995 (58 punts)
                    3. 42.3 (53 punts), Ryan Wilbourn (2009)               T7. 11 vs eight different teams
                                                                                                                            5. 41.1 in 1998 (87 punts)
                    4. 42.1 (69 punts), Kyle Richardson (1994)             Season
                                                                                                                            6. 40.9 in 1994 (73 punts)
                    5. 41.9 (74 punts), Ryan Smith (1998)                  1. 88 in 1993
                                                                                                                            7. 40.9 in 1980 (87 punts)
                    6. 41.7 (47 punts), Brett Shrable (2007)               T2. 87 in 1998
                                                                                                                            8. 40.6 in 1987 (52 punts)
                    T7. 41.5 (61 punts), Jarod Little (2004)                   87 in 1980
                                                                                                                            9. 40.5 in 1962 (41 punts)
                        41.5 (85 punts), Bruce Gartman (1980)              4. 83 in 1968
                                                                                                                            10. 40.4 in 1982 (71 punts)
                    9. 41.3 (67 punts), Joe Slayton (1978)                 5. 79 in 2003
                    10. 41.0 (70 punts), Bruce Gartman (1982)              6. 78 in 1978
                                                                           7. 73 in 1994
                                                                           8. 71 in 1982

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            INDIVIDUAL
MOST PUNT RETURNS
Game
1. 8, Steve Hanschen vs Northwestern La. (1978)
T2. 7, James Johnson Troy (2005)
    7, Terry Whiting vs Trinity (1970)
    7, Terry Whiting vs Southeastern Louisiana (1968)
T5. 6, Billy Bowers vs Memphis State (1983)
    6, Steve Hanschen vs McNeese State (1978)
Season
1. 51, Steve Hanschen (1978)
2. 36, James Johnson (2005)
3. 30, Chris Collier (1989)
T4. 27, Billy Bowers (1984)
    27, Billy Bowers (1983)
5. 26, Jerry McKenna (1977)
Career
1. 66, Terry Whiting (1968-71)
2. 63, Steve Hanschen (1976-79)
3. 58, Chris Collier (1988-90)
T4. 56, Kevin Jones (2005-08)
    56, Billy Bowers (1981-84)
6. 43, James Johnson (2004-05)
T7. 42, Keith Weaver (1981-84)
    42, Dick Ritchey (1964-67)
    42, Reginald Murphy (1993-96)




                                                                                                                                             PUNT RETU RN RECO R DS
MOST YARDS RETURNED
Game
1. 147, Terry Whiting vs Northeast Louisiana (1971)
2. 130, James Johnson vs Tennessee-Martin (2005)
3. 109, Kevin Jones vs. Memphis (2007)
4. 94, Steve Hanschen vs Southwestern La. (1978)
T5. 92, Don Riggs vs Murray State (1955)
     92, Howard Cissell vs Lewis College (1955)
7. 85, Kevin Jones vs Texas Southern (2008)
8. 74, Mike Cox vs. Tennessee-Martin (2003)
T9. 73, Chappell Mitchell vs Central Ark. (1997)
     73, Keith Weaver vs UT-Chattanooga (1982)
Season
1. 385, James Johnson (2005)                            Kevin Jones finished his career in 2008 as ASU’s third all-time
2. 311, Terry Whiting (1971)                            leader in punt return yards with 470.
3. 295, Steve Hanschen (1978)
4. 247, James Hickenbotham (2002)                       2. 14.8, Terry Whiting, 1969 (11 rets.)   6. 103 vs. MVSU, 2009
5. 223, Mike Cox (2003)                                 3. 14.1, Dick Ritchey, 1965 (15 rets.)    7. 94 vs Southwestern La., 1978
6. 213, Kevin Jones (2008)                              4. 12.3, David Hines, 1972 (16 rets.)     T8. 92 vs Murray State, 1955
T7. 212, Daylan Walker (2009)                                                                         92 vs Lewis College, 1955
                                                                                                  Season
    212, Dick Ritchey (1965)
9. 196, David Hines (1972)                                               TEAM                     1. 437 in 1975
                                                                                                  2. 427 in 1971
10. 194, Kevin Jones (2007)
                                                         MOST PUNT RETURNS                        3. 391 in 2005
Career
                                                         Game                                     4. 307 in 1973
1. 748, Terry Whiting (1968-71)
                                                         1. 8 vs Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1975      5. 305 in 1978
2. 478, James Johnson (2004-05)
                                                         T2. 7 vs Troy, 2005                      6. 299 in 1965
3. 470, Kevin Jones (2005-08)
                                                             7 vs Louisiana Tech, 1983
4. 444, Dick Ritchey (1964-67)
                                                             7 vs Tulsa, 1978                     HIGHEST AVERAGE
5. 349, Reginald Murphy (1993-96)
                                                             7 vs Lamar, 1974                     Game
6. 345, Chris Collier (1988-90)
                                                             7 vs Trinity, 1970                   1. 27.5 vs Northeast La., 1973 (6 ret.)
7. 328, Steve Hanschen (1976-79)
                                                             7 vs Southeastern Louisiana, 1968    2. 27.0 vs TX Southern, 2008 (4 ret.)
                                                         Season                                   3. 24.7 vs Tenn.-Martin, 2003 (3 ret.)
HIGHEST AVERAGE
                                                         1. 53 in 1978                            4. 24.3 vs UT Chattanooga, 1982 (3 ret.)
Game (Min. 3 returns)
                                                         2. 50 in 1975                            5. 22.0 vs Indiana State, 1973 (5 ret.)
1. 29.4, Terry Whiting vs NE Louisiana, 1971 (5 rets.)
                                                         3. 39 in 2005                            6. 21.2 vs Tenn.-Martin, 2005 (6 ret.)
2. 28.3, Kevin Jones vs TX Southern, 2008 (3 rets.)
                                                         4. 35 in 1983                            7. 19.3 vs. Florida Int’l (4 ret.)
3. 26.0, James Johnson vs UT-Martin, 2005 (5 rets.)
                                                         5. 34 in 1970                            8. 18.8 vs SW Louisiana, 1978 (3 ret.)
4. 24.7, Mike Cox vs. UT-Martin, 2003 (3 rets.)
                                                         6. 32 in 1977                            9. 18.5 vs Illinois State, 1974 (4 ret.)
5. 24.3, K. Weaver vs UT-Chattanooga, 1982 (3 rets.)
6. 22.3, Brandon Thompkins vs. FIU, 2007 (3 rets.)                                                Season
                                                         MOST YARDS RETURNED                      1. 18.9 in 1961
7. 20.3, Daylan Walker vs. MVSU, 2009 (3 rets.)
                                                         Game                                     2. 15.2 in 1971
8. 18.0, Terry Whiting vs UT-Arlington, 1969 (3 rets.)
                                                         1. 165 vs Northeast Louisiana, 1971      3. 13.8 in 1962
T9. 17.0, Reginald Murphy vs SE Missouri, 1996 (4 rets.)
                                                         2. 127 vs Tennessee-Martin, 2005         4. 13.0 in 2007
    17.0, L. Johnson vs Austin Peay, 1996 (4 rets.)
                                                         3. 110 vs Indiana State, 1973            5. 12.9 in 1958
Season (Min. 10 returns)
                                                         4. 109 vs Memphis, 2007                  6. 12.5 in 1969
1. 19.4, Terry Whiting, 1971 (16 rets.)
                                                         5. 108 vs Texas Southern, 2008

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                                              2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL 21, Charlie Fredrick, 1984-87                 MOST OPPONENT FUMBLES RECOV-
                                INDIVIDUAL                              5. 19, Robert Speer, 1973-76                      ERED
                                                                        6. 17, Glen Koenig, 1976-79                       Game
                      MOST TACKLES
                                                                        T7. 16, Lynn Rowland, 1989-90                     1. 3, Jerry Arant vs Southern Ark., 1958
                      Game
                                                                            16, Michael Cline, 1983-85                    Season
                      1. 33, Bill Bergey vs Eastern Michigan, 1968
                                                                                                                          1. 6, Carter Ray Crawford, 1984
                      2. 25, Tyrell Johnson vs North Texas, 2005
                                                                        MOST INTERCEPTIONS                                2. 5, Kirk Russell, 1987
                      3. 23, Jordan Boyd vs UT-Chattanooga, 1982
                                                                        Game                                              T3. 4, 11 times
                      T4. 22, Derrick Toney vs Colorado State, 1991
                                                                        T1. 3, Chappell Mitchell vs SW La., 1998          Career
                          22, Foot Daley vs Delta State, 1988
                                                                            3, Tyrone Jones vs Akron, 1988                1. 8, Bill Muzik, 1973-76
                      T5. 21, Andy Henault vs New Mexico State, 1998
                                                                            3, Greg Lee vs Texas-Arlington, 1985          T2. 7, Bill Bergey, 1965-68
                          21, Cedric Buckley vs Akron, 1991
                                                                            3, Dennis Meyer vs Drake, 1969                    7, Les Echols, 2000-03
                      T7. 20, Michael Beason vs SW La., 1991
                                                                            3, David Walls vs Texas-Arlington, 1969       T4. 6, five times
                          20, Dan Miller vs Memphis State, 1986
                                                                            3, Dick Ritchey vs Abilene Christian, 1965
                          20, Ron Smith vs Lamar, 1979
                                                                        Season                                            LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN
                          20, J. Muckensturm vs UT-Chattanooga, 1972
                                                                        1. 11, Dennis Meyer, 1970                         Game
                      Season
                                                                        2.    9, Johnathan Burke, 2003                    1. 76, Clark Watkins vs NIU (for TD), 1995
                      1. 196, Bill Bergey, 1968
                                                                        3.    8, Dick Ritchey, 1965                       2. 71, Marcus Brown vs ULM (for TD), 2008
                      2. 155, Jerry Muckensturm, 1972
                                                                        T4. 7, Jerome Sims, 1983                          3. 55, Tyrell Johnson vs Idaho (for TD), 2004
                      3. 151, Ron Smith, 1979
                                                                              7, Dennis Meyer, 1969
                      4. 136, Bill Bergey, 1967
                                                                        T6. 6, Tyrell Johnson, 2007                       MOST BLOCKED KICKS
                      T5. 131, Wesley Williams, 1978
                                                                              6, Chappell Mitchell, 1998                  Game
                          131, Jerry Muckensturm, 1975
                                                                              6, Al Johnson, 1989                         T1. 3, Stacy Price vs UT Arlington, 1981
                          131, Mike Malham, 1974
                                                                              6, Greg Lee, 1985                               3, Clevon Johnson vs UTM, 1980
                      Career
                                                                              6, Orley Massena, 1969                      T3. 2, Jimmy Lisko vs Idaho, 1975
                      1. 493, Jerry Muckensturm, 1972-75
                                                                        Career                                                2, Jimmy Lisko vs Cincinnati, 1975
                      2. 436, Bill Bergey, 1965-68
                                                                        1. 27, Dennis Meyer, 1968-71                          2, Rudy Wagner vs Miss. St., 1951
                      3. 422, Ron Smith, 1976-79
                                                                        2. 19, Dick Ritchey, 1964-67                      Season
                      4. 370, Mike Malham, 1972-75
                                                                        3. 16, Terry Whiting, 1968-71                     1. 8, Jimmy Lisko, 1975
DEFENSIVE RECO R DS




                      5. 366, Mike Morris, 1979-82
                                                                        4. 15, Johnathan Burke, 2002-03                   T2. 3, Stacy Price, 1981
                                                                        T5. 14, Al Johnson, 1988-90                           3, Clevon Johnson, 1980
                      BEST TACKLE AVERAGE PER GAME
                                                                            14, Orley Massena, 1966-69                        3, Chet Day, 1977
                      Season
                                                                                                                              3, Ron Meeks, 1976
                      1. 19.6, Bill Bergey, 1968 (10 games)
                                                                         MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS               Career
                      2. 15.1, Bill Bergey, 1967 (9 games)
                                                                         Game                                             1. 8, Jimmy Lisko, 1972-75
                      3. 14.1, Jerry Muckensturm, 1972 (11 games)
                                                                         1. 96, Gordon Freeman vs St. Mary (Kan.), 1963 T2. 4, Greg Lee, 1984-87
                      4. 13.7, Ron Smith, 1979 (11 games)
                                                                         T2. 95, Darrell Baker vs Nevada-Las Vegas, 1995      4, Clevon Johnson, 1979-80
                      5. 13.1, Mike Malham, 1974 (10 games)
                                                                             95, Chappell Mitchell vs SW La., 1996            4, Ron Meeks, 1975-76
                      Career
                                                                         T4. 87, Al Johnson vs Southwestern La., 1989     T5. 3, Stacy Price, 1981-85
                      1. 11.8, Bill Bergey, 1965-68 (37 games)
                                                                             87, Terry Whiting vs Abilene Christian, 1971     3, Chet Day, 1977-78
                      2. 11.7, Jerry Muckensturm, 1972-75 (42 games)
                                                                         T6. 75, Demario Davis vs Iowa, 2009
                      3. 11.0, Ralph Kelly, 1976-77 (22 games)
                                                                             75, Al Johnson vs Memphis State, 1990
                      4.    9.6, Ron Smith, 1976-79 (44 games)
                      T5. 9.0, Foot Daley, 1987-88 (22 games)
                                                                         8. 73, Derrick Toney vs Northeast La., 1990                    TEAM
                                                                         T9. 71, Tyrone Jones vs Louisiana Tech, 1988
                            9.0, Jordan Boyd, 1981-82 (22 games)                                                          MOST INTERCEPTIONS
                                                                             71, Steven Tookes vs Utah State, 2004
                                                                                                                          Game
                                                                         Season
                      MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS                                                                              1. 6 vs Texas-Arlington, 1969
                                                                         1. 153, Al Johnson, 1990
                      Game                                                                                                2. 5 vs nine teams
                                                                         2. 146, Terry Whiting, 1968
                      T1. 4, Corey Williams vs Tulsa, 2002                                                                Season
                                                                         3. 142, Tyrell Johnson, 2007
                          4, Marvin Neloms vs UT-Chattanooga, 1984                                                        T1. 32 in 1969
                                                                         4. 129, Koby McKinnon, 2005
                          4, Alex Carrington vs Western Kentucky, 2000                                                        32 in 1961
                                                                         5. 122, Tyrone Jones, 1988
                      T3. 3, Clarence Williams vs Central Ark., 1997                                                      3. 25 in 1970
                                                                         6. 120, Johnathan Burke, 2003
                          3, Kenny Ingram vs Louisiana Tech, 1992                                                         4. 24 in 1952
                                                                         7. 119, Dick Ritchey, 1965
                          3, Charlie Fredrick vs Lamar, 1987                                                              5. 23 in 1985
                                                                         T8. 116, Khayyam Burns, 2006
                          3, Ron Hillers vs McNeese State, 1987
                                                                             116, Derrick Toney, 1990
                          3, Charlie Fredrick vs Mississippi Coll., 1985                                                  MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RE-
                                                                         Career
                          3, Michael Cline vs North Texas, 1985                                                           TURNS
                                                                         1. 374, Terry Whiting, 1968-71
                          3, Ron Smith vs Northeast Louisiana, 1976                                                       Game
                                                                         2. 309, Tyrell Johnson, 2004-07
                          3, Jerry Muckensturm vs NW La., 1975                                                            1. 238 vs Florida International, 2005
                                                                         3. 264, Al Johnson, 1988-90
                      Season                                                                                              2. 131 vs Abilene Christian, 1971
                                                                         4. 236, Koby McKinnon, 2004-07
                      1. 14, Lynn Rowland, 1989                                                                           3. 108 vs Memphis State, 1990
                                                                         5. 233, Dennis Meyer, 1968-71
                      T2. 11, Marvin Neloms, 1985                                                                         4. 104 vs Louisiana Tech, 1988
                                                                         7. 226, Dick Ritchey, 1964-67
                          11, Carter Ray Crawford, 1984                                                                   5.    99 vs East Texas State, 1987
                      4. 10.5, Alex Carrington, 2008                                                                      Season
                                                                         LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS
                      T5. 10, Clarence Williams, 1998                                                                     1. 386 in 1968
                                                                         1. 96, Gordon Freeman vs St. Mary (Kan.), 1963
                          10, Robert Speer, 1976                                                                          2. 339 in 1990
                                                                         T2. 95, Darrell Baker vs Nevada-Las Vegas, 1995
                      T7. 9, Corey Williams, 2002                                                                         3. 320 in 1996
                                                                             95, Chappell Mitchell vs SW Louisiana, 1996
                          9, Alex Carrington, 2009                                                                        4. 307 in 2005
                                                                         4. 92, Tyrell Johnson vs Florida Int’l, 2005
                      T9. 8, Jon Bradley, 2002                                                                            5. 293 in 2006
                                                                         5. 87, Terry Whiting vs Abilene Christian, 1973
                          8, Charlie Fredrick, 1987                                                                       6. 289 in 1975
                                                                         6. 85, Koby McKinnon vs Florida Int’l, 2005
                          8, Glen Koenig, 1979                                                                            7. 278 in 1970
                                                                         T7. 75, Demario Davis vs Iowa, 2009
                      Career                                                                                              8. 263 in 1976
                                                                             75, Al Johnson vs Memphis State, 1990
                      1. 28, Marvin Neloms, 1983-86                                                                       9. 262 in 1988
                                                                         9. 73, Derrick Toney vs Northeast La., 1990
                      2. 21.5, Alex Carrington, 2006-09
                                                                         10. 71, Steven Tookes vs Utah State, 2004
                      T3. 21, Clarence Williams, 1995-98

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                                        1.   513 in 1960
                                                                                    YEAR-BY-YEAR TACKLES LEADERS
                                        2.   519 in 1958                     Year     Player                    Tackles
                                        3.   556 in 1965                     2009     Demario Davis                    80
                                        4.   558 in 1966                     2008     Ben Owens                        87
                                                                             2007     Koby McKinnon, LB              101
                                        FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED           2006     Tyrell Johnson, SS               63
                                        Game: 16 vs Troy State, 1951         2005     Tyrell Johnson, SS              112
                                                                             2004     Josh Williams, LB               110
                                        Season                               2003     Les Echols, LB                 123
                                        1. 1,275 in 1951                     2002     Les Echols, LB                 105
                                        2. 1,756 in 1964                     2001     Les Echols, LB                   71
                                        3. 1,984 in 1962                     2000     Charles Mabry, LB                96
                                        4. 1,992 in 1960                     1999     Sean Mitchell, FS                91
                                                                             1998     Sean Mitchell, FS              126
                                        5. 2,025 in 1965
                                                                             1997     Lavell Alexander, LB             91
                                                                             1996     Maurice Harris, SS             100
                                        FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS AL-          1995     Torrance Suggs, LB               84
                                        LOWED                                1994     DelRay Stephens, LB              73
                                        Game: 16 vs Murray State, 1954       1993     Carlos Emmons, DE                65
Jerry Muckensturm is ASU’s              Season                               1992     Cedric Buckley, LB               95
                                                                             1991     Derrick Toney, FS              146
all-time tackles leader with 493        1. 310 in 1950                       1990     Derrick Toney, FS                85
                                        2. 332 in 1966                       1989     Jeff Plank, LB                 107
to his credit.
                                        3. 384 in 1967                       1988     Foot Daley, LB                 125
MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS                  4. 393 in 2006                       1987     Charlie Fredrick, NG             81
Game                                    5. 394 in 1965                       1986     Dan Miller, LB                   87
1. 10 vs Southern Illinois, 1989                                             1985     Oscar Willis, LB               123
                                                                             1984     Carter Ray Crawford, NG          89
2. 9 vs Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1975     FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED RUSHING         1983     Stacy Price, LB                105
T3. 8 vs Western Kentucky, 2009         Game: -24 vs Lamar, 1987             1982     Mike Morris, LB                125
    8 vs Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1984    Season                               1981     Mike Morris, LB                107
T5. 6 vs seven teams                    1.    791 in 1951                    1980     Mike Morris, LB                124
Season                                  2.    863 in 1984                    1979     Ron Smith, LB                  151




                                                                                                                            DEFENSIVE RECO R DS
                                                                             1978     Wesley Williams, LB            131
1. 54 in 1984                           3.    959 in 1969                    1977     Ralph Kelly, LB                125
2. 45 in 1978                           4. 1,058 in 1968                     1976     Ralph Kelly, LB                 118
3. 44 in 1985                           5. 1,059 in 1985                     1975     Jerry Muckensturm, LB          131
4. 43 in 1975                                                                1974     Mike Malham, LB                131
T5. 39 in 2002                          FEWEST PASS COMP. ALLOWED            1973     Mike Malham, LB                 113
    39 in 1977                          Game: 0 vs Mississippi State, 1956   1972     Jerry Muckensturm, LB          155
                                                                             1971     Butch Murray, LB                 97
                                        Season                               1970     Dave Muckensturm, DE            117
MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES                  1. 39 in 1953                        1969     Clovis Swinney, DT             106
Game                                    2. 46 in 1959                        1968     Bill Bergey, LB                196
1. 6 vs Mississippi State, 1956         3. 51 in 1958                        1967     Bill Bergey, LB                136
T2. 5 vs Southern Utah, 1997            4. 53 in 1965                                YEAR-BY-YEAR SACKS LEADERS
                                                                             2009     Alex Carrington          9.0 (-60)
    5 vs Texas-Arlington, 1978          5. 54 in 1964                        2008     Alex Carrington         10.5 (-59)
    5 vs Illinois State, 1974                                                2007     Prince Hickman           3.5 (-24)
    5 vs Texas-Arlington, 1974          FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED         2006     Koby McKinnon               3 (-24)
    5 vs Southwestern Louisiana, 1974   Game: 0 vs Mississippi State, 1956   2005     Brian Flagg                 5 (-21)
Season                                  Season                               2004     Josh Williams               3 (-16)
1. 24 in 1987                           1. 414 in 1953                                Jamarrow James              3 (-24)
                                                                             2003     Jon Bradley                 4 (-21)
2. 22 in 1982                           2. 581 in 1964                                Zach Grigsby                4 (-19)
T3. 21 in 1990                          3. 594 in 1965                       2002     Corey Williams              9 (-64)
    21 in 1984                          4. 620 in 1962                       2001     Eti Taula                   3 (-16)
    21 in 1977                          5. 651 in 1959                       2000     Corey Williams           2.5 (-16)
    21 in 1975                                                                        J.C. Miller               2.5 (-17)
                                                                             1999     LeMarcus Harris             5 (-36)
    21 in 1974                          FEWEST TD PASSES ALLOWED             1998     Clarence Williams         10 (-53)
                                        Season                               1997     Clarence Williams           5 (-39)
MOST FUMBLES BY OPPONENTS               T1. 2 in 1953                        1996     Gary Jackson                4 (-31)
Game: 12 by Southwestern La., 1974          2 in 1964                        1995     Gary Jackson                6 (-47)
Season: 45 in 1984, 1981, 1977              2 in 1969                        1994     Michael Mason               3 (-10)
                                            2 in 1975                        1993     Carlos Emmons               6 (-46)
                                                                             1992     Kenny Ingram                7 (-29)
MOST BLOCKED KICKS                      T5. 3 in 1978                        1991     Scott Baker                  2 (-9)
Game                                        3 in 1960                                 Kenny Ingram                 2 (-5)
T1. 3 vs Texas-Arlington, 1981                                               1990     Jeff Fields                 4 (-24)
    3 vs Tennessee-Martin, 1980         FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED           1989     Lynn Rowland               14 (-78)
T3. 2 vs East Carolina, 1992            Game                                 1988     Foot Daley                  4 (-21)
    2 vs Idaho, 1975                                                         1987     Charlie Fredrick            8 (-42)
                                        1. 1 vs Concordia (Neb.), 1956       1986     Charlie Fredrick            7 (-42)
    2 vs Cincinnati, 1975               2. 1 vs Mississippi College, 1962    1985     Marvin Neloms              11 (-88)
    2 vs Mississippi State, 1951        Season                               1984     Carter Ray Crawford              11
    2 vs Austin Peay State, 1996        1.   65 in 1951                      1983     Marvin Neloms                     4
Season                                  2. 104 in 1962                       1982     Clyde Dumas                       7
1. 11 in 1975                           T3. 105 in 1964                      1981     Leveren Tillman                   6
                                                                             1980     Steve Olliges                     5
2.   6 in 1980, 1977                        105 in 1965                      1979     Glen Koenig                       8
3.   5 in 1998                                                               1978     Keith Cox                         6
4.   4 in 1985, 1976                    FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED                         Gene Spears                       6
                                        Season:                              1977     Ray Culpepper               6 (-33)
FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS ALLOWED              1.   61 in 1964                      1976     Robert Speer                     10
Game: 42 vs Delta State, 1951                                                1975     Dick Dixon                        7
                                        2.   81 in 1975
                                                                             1974     Eddie Morgan                6 (-47)
Season                                  3.   96 in 1962

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                                     INDIVIDUAL
                            MOST KICKOFF RETURNS
                            Game
                            T1. 8, Brandon Thompkins vs. Tennessee, 2007
                                8, Chris Collier vs North Texas, 1988
                            T3. 7, Brandon Thompkins vs. ULM, 2007
                                7, Brandon Thompkins vs. FAU, 2007
                                7, Chris Easley vs. North Texas, 2003
                                7, Robert Kilow vs Boise State, 2000
                            T7. 6, Brandon Thompkins vs Florida Int’l, 2008
                                6, Darren Toney vs UL Lafayette, 2005
                                6, Darren Toney vs Idaho, 2004
                                6, Terrence Dunbar vs. Texas A&M, 2003
                                6, Lamont Zachery vs Louisiana Tech, 1998
                                6, Chappell Mitchell vs Central Arkansas, 1997
                                6, Kendricke Bullard vs Toledo, 1992             Brandon Thompkins completed his career in 2009 as ASU’s all-time
                                6, Chris Collier vs Mississippi, 1989
                            Season
                                                                                 leader in kickoff return yards with 2,696 yards.
                            1.    49, Brandon Thompkins, 2007                    10.   713, Kevin Jones, 2005-08                3.    60 in 1997
                            2.    35, Brandon Thompkins, 2009                                                                   T4.   57 in 2003
                            T3. 28, Chris Easley, 2003                     HIGHEST AVERAGE                                            57 in 1998
                                                                           Game (Min. 3 returns)                                6.    54 in 1990
                                  28, Chappell Mitchell, 1997
                                                                           1. 47.3, Kearney Blalack vs Trinity, 1970 (3 ret.)   7.    52 in 2000
                            T5. 27, Antonio Warren, 2004
                                                                           2. 43.0, Darren Toney vs. Florida Int’l (3 rets.)    8.    51 in 2006
                                  27, Robert Kilow, 2000
                                                                           3. 40.3, R. Kilow vs No. Car. St., 2000 (3 ret.)     T9.   49 in 2008
KICKOFF RETU RN RECO R DS




                            T7. 26, Darren Toney, 2004
                                                                           4. 35.7, Corey Walker vs La. Tech, 1996 (3 ret.)           49 in 1991
                                  26, Chris Collier, 1990
                                                                           5. 35.2, L. Zachery vs SW La., 1997 (5 ret.)
                            9.    25, Brandon Thompkins, 2006
                                                                           6. 34.6, Robert Kilow vs NM St., 2000 (5 rets.)      MOST YARDS RETURNED
                            10. 24, Darren Toney, 2005
                                                                           7. 34.0, J. Hickenbotham vs. Idaho, 2001 (3 ret.)    Game
                            Career
                                                                           8. 33.5, Darren Toney vs. Memphis, 2004 (4 ret.)     1. 227 vs Southwestern La., 1997
                            1. 123, Brandon Thompkins, 2006-09
                                                                           9. 32.3, Kearney Blalack vs ACU, 1970 (3 ret.)       2. 218 vs Louisiana Tech, 1998
                            2. 73, James Hickenbotham, 1999-2002
                                                                           10. 32.0, Robert Kilow vs Idaho, 1998 (3 rets.)      3. 210 vs Missouri, 2004
                            3. 72, Darren Toney, 2004-07                   Season (Min. 10 returns)                             4. 209 vs Tennessee, 2007
                            T4. 63, Robert Kilow, 1998-2000                1. 30.4, Kearney Blalack, 1970 (14 rets.)            5. 190 vs New Mexico State, 2000
                                63, Chris Collier, 1988-90                 2. 27.1, Dick Ritchey, 1966 (14 rets.)               6. 184 vs Louisiana-Monroe, 2007
                            6. 51, Lamont Zachery, 1996-99                 3. 26.8, R. Kilow, 2000 (27 ret.) (7th in nation)    7. 180 vs Southern Illinois, 1992
                            7. 50, Corey Walker, 1993-96                   T4. 26.7, Michael Adams, 1986 (14 rets.)             8. 179 vs Minnesota, 1995
                            T8. 45, Reginald Murphy, 1993-96                   26.7, Willie Harris, 1973 (17 rets.)             9. 174 vs Utah State, 2000
                                45, Kearney Blalack, 1988-90               T6. 26.6, Paul Stephens, 2008 (10 rets.)             10. 167 vs Louisiana Tech, 1997
                            10. 36, Kevin Jones, 2005-08                       26.6, Robert Kilow, 1998 (16 rets.)              Season
                                                                           8. 26.4, James Hickenbotham, 1999 (11 rets.)         1. 1,426 in 2007
                            MOST YARDS RETURNED                            9. 25.6, James Hickenbotham, 2000 (17 rets.)         2. 1,267 in 1997
                            Game                                           10. 25.5, C. Walker, 1995 (18 ret.) (11th nation)    3. 1,256 in 2000
                            1. 194, Brandon Thompkins vs. Tenn., 2007 Career (Min. 20 returns)                                  4. 1,147 in 2004
                            2. 184, Brandon Thompkins vs. ULM, 2007        1. 25.1, Robert Kilow, 1998-2000 (63 rets.)          5. 1,100 in 1998
                            3. 176, Lamont Zachery vs SW La., 1997         2. 23.9, James Hickenbotham, 1999-2002 (73 ret.)     6. 1,027 in 1990
                            4. 173, Robert Kilow vs New Mexico State, 2000 T3. 23.7, Kearney Blalack, 1970-72 (45 rets.)        7. 1,020 in 2008
                            5. 164, Chris Collier vs North Texas, 1988         23.7, Dick Ritchey, 1964-67 (28 rets.)           8. 989 in 2003
                            6. 156, Brandon Thompkins vs. FAUT, 2007 5. 23.5, Corey Walker, 1993-96 (50 rets.)                  9. 979 in 2009
                            7. 147, Brandon Thompkins vs FIU, 2008         6. 23.1, Willie Harris, 1973-74 (25 rets.)           10. 977 in 2006
                            8. 136, James Hickenbotham vs Idaho, 2001 7. 22.8, Boris Whiteside, 1983-86 (30 rets.)
                            9. 134, Darren Toney vs. Memphis, 2004                                                              HIGHEST AVERAGE
                            10. 131, Brandon Thompkins vs Memphis, 2006 LONGEST RETURNS                                         Game
                            Season                                         1. 100, Manuel Vidal vs Southern Arkansas, 1953      1. 58.0 vs Utah State, 2000
                            1. 1,062, Brandon Thompkins, 2007              2.   99, Michael Adams vs Lamar, 1986                2. 48.3 vs Illinois State, 1973
                            2. 790, Brandon Thompkins, 2009                3.   98, James Hickenbotham vs North Texas, 2000     3. 47.3 vs Trinity, 1970
                            3. 724, Robert Kilow, 2000                     4.   97, Richie Woit vs Troy State, 1951             4. 41.0 vs North Texas, 1989
                            4. 618, Chappell Mitchell, 1997                T5. 95, Willie Harris vs Illinois State, 1973        5. 37.5 vs Florida International, 2007
                            5. 593, Chris Collier, 1990                         95, Kearney Blalack vs Trinity, 1970            6. 34.0 vs Idaho, 2001
                            6. 559, Darren Toney, 2004                     T7. 93, James Hickenbotham vs. Idaho, 2001           7. 33.0 vs North Carolina State, 2000
                            7. 548, Brandon Thompkins, 2006                     93, Chuck Monk vs North Texas, 1989             8. 32.4 vs Southwestern L.a, 1997
                            8. 538, James Hickenbotham, 2001                                                                    9. 31.7 vs New Mexico State, 2000
                            9. 511, Chris Easley, 2003                                                                          Season
                            10. 505, Lamont Zachery, 1997                                         TEAM                          1.   24.2 in 2000
                            Career                                                                                              2.   23.0 in 1970
                            1. 2,696, Brandon Thopkins, 2006-09            MOST KICKOFF RETURNS
                                                                                                                                3.   22.5 in 1962
                            2. 1,746, James Hickenbotham, 1999-2002        Game:
                                                                                                                                4.   22.4 in 1995
                            3. 1,513, Darren Toney, 2004-07                1. 11 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1998
                                                                                                                                5.   22.3 in 1973
                            4. 1,504, Robert Kilow, 1998-2000              T2. 9 vs. Tennessee, 2007
                                                                                                                                6.   21.7 in 1999
                            5. 1,212, Chris Collier, 1988-90                   9 vs. Missouri, 2004
                                                                                                                                7.   21.6 in 2007
                            6. 1,175, Corey Walker, 1993-96                    9 vs. Toledo, 1990
                                                                                                                                T8. 21.2 in 1998
                            7. 1,068, Kearney Blalack, 1970-72             Season
                                                                                                                                     21.2 in 1965
                            8. 1,048, Lamont Zachery, 1996-99              1.    66 in 2007
                                                                                                                                T10. 21.1 in 1997
                            9.     813, Reginald Murphy, 1993-96           2.    62 in 2004
                                                                                                                                     21.1 in 1986

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                                                                                              HOMECOMING HISTORY
                                                                                              YEAR SCORE      QUEEN
                                                                                              2009 ASU 27, Florida International 10 Sharnea Diggs
                                                                                              2008 ASU 31, MTSU 14                   Anna Callaway
                                                                                              2007 ASU52, UL Lafayette 21               Amy Smith
                                                                                              2006 ASU 29, North Texas 10            Lacey Hawkins
                                                                                              2005 ASU 3, Florida Atlantic 0          Tiffany Frazier
                                                                                              2004 ASU 13, Troy 9                     Lauren Davis
                                                                                              2003 ASU 21, SE Missouri 3            Shelley Lumbeck
                                                                                              2002 North Texas 13, ASU 10           Shantell Jackson
                                                                                              2001 Jacksonville St. 31, ASU 28        Ellen Morgan
 Larry Lacewell                           Bill Davidson                Bennie Ellender        2000 Richmond 30, ASU 27                 Lorna Scaife
                                                                                              1999 Idaho 30, ASU 24 (OT)             Andrea Hyman
                    26 HEAD COACHES                                                           1998 ASU 34, NMSU 31 (OT)
                                                                                              1997 SW Louisiana 41, ASU 38
                                                                                                                                          Jill Babb
                                                                                                                                     Sonja Reddick
Years             Coach               Seasons Games Won Lost Tied                     Pct.    1996 ASU 38, SE Missouri 9            Heather Harrison
2002-cur.         Steve Roberts             8    96  41   55    0                     .427    1995 ASU 37, Jacksonville St. 6         Angela Moore
                                                                                              1994 Pacific 30, ASU 16                  Molly Mayer
1997-2001         Joe Hollis                5    56  13   43    0                     .232    1993 SW Louisiana 19, ASU 3            Marci Lawrence
1993-96           John Bobo                 4    44  13   30    1                     .307    1992 NW Louisiana 24, ASU 18           Mitzi Talkington
1992              Ray Perkins               1    11   2    9    0                     .182    1991 SW Missouri 37, ASU 20           Tammy Thomas
1990-91           Al Kincaid                2    22   4   17    1                     .205    1990 ASU 16, Northwestern La. 8       Michelle Sample




                                                                                                                                                          COACHING AN D MISCELLANEOUS RECO R DS
                                                                                              1989 Pittsburg State 34, ASU 13        Michelle Weser
1979-89           Larry Lacewell           11   131  69   58    4                     .542    1988 ASU 28, Illinois State 10       Kathy Desgranges
1971-78           Bill Davidson             8    84  51   32    1                     .613    1987 ASU 27, North Texas 20            Fayeth Williams
1963-70           Bennie Ellender           8    76  52   20    4                     .711    1986 ASU 56, Lamar 7                       Leith Mills
1960-62           King Block                3    27  13   14    0                     .482    1985 ASU 13, Texas-Arlington 12         Paula Gibson
                                                                                              1984 ASU 37, Lamar 10                   Traci Carlson
1958-59           Hugh (Bones) Taylor       2    18   7   11    0                     .389    1983 ASU 21, Louisiana Tech 7         Brooke Breeding
1955-57           Gene Harlow               3    27  15   12    0                     .556    1982 McNeese State 21, ASU 10          Jennifer Green
1954              Glen Harmeson             1     9   1    8    0                      .111   1981 ASU 14, SW Louisiana 3             Sandy Statler
1946-53           Forrest (Frosty) England 8     79  49   21    9                     .677    1980 McNeese State 36, ASU 28            Becky Grace
                                                                                              1979 Lamar 20, ASU 10                Debbie Shumaker
1945              J.A. (Ike) Tomlinson      1     7   2    4    1                     .357    1978 ASU 6, Lamar 3                  Lee Ann Longinotti
1939-41           Bill Adams                3    21   5   14    2                     .286    1977 ASU 17, SW Louisiana 15             Christi Flynn
1936-38           Leslie Speck              3    20   7   13    0                     .350    1976 ASU 31, Lamar 0                  LaDoris Speights
1934-35           Tommie Mills              2    17   4   12    1                     .265    1975 ASU 48, Tenn-Chattanooga 0          Rene Scaife
                                                                                              1974 ASU 17, NE Louisiana 14         Marilyn Broadway
1933              E.T. Renfro               1     8   2    4    2                     .375    1973 ASU 38, Illinois State 20           Veda Bunch
1931-32           Jack Dale                 2    15   9    6    0                     .600    1972 Trinity 32, ASU 22                  Tonya Hottel
1925-30           Herbert Schwartz          6    45  18   21    6                     .467    1971 ASU 28, Texas-Arlington 7          Phoebe Cyrus
1924              Bill Stanley              1     8   4    4    0                     .500    1970 ASU 23, North Dakota 18              Holly Dodd
                                                                                              1969 ASU 21, Drake 21 (tie)             Maria Stewart
1922-23           Tom Dandelet              2    14   0   13    1                     .036    1968 ASU 48, Lamar 17                   Jennifer Ware
1919-21           Foy Hammons               3    19   8   10    1                     .447    1967 ASU 24, Abilene Christian 14      Ann Smithwick
1914-17           Earl W. Brannon           4    27  16    9    2                     .522    1966 Lamar 17, ASU 0                   Lynn Valenteen
1913              Clinton Young             1     5   3    1    1                     .700    1965 ASU 27, Murray State 13           Betty Steinsiek
1911-12           F.T. Parks                2     6   4    2    0                     .667    1964 ASU 7, Delta State 6                Sue Stewart
                                                                                              1963 Murray State 34, ASU 33             Pat Warneke
                  TOTALS                   91   844 391 416    37                     .484    1962 Southern Miss 20, ASU 7          Bettye Dee Keith
                                                                                              1961 ASU 22, Murray State 14           Carolyn Cheek
  LARGEST SCORING                                         MISCELLANEOUS                       1960 ASU 14, Southern Miss 13              Sue Cato
      MARGINS                                                RECORDS                          1959 ASU 36, Murray State 18              Carol Carr
                                                                                              1958 ASU 16, Austin Peay State 0       Gaylene Houck
                 VICTORIES                            MOST PENALTIES                          1957 ASU 32, SE Oklahoma 7             Nancy Hubbell
Year         Opponent                       Score     Game: 16 vs. Oklahoma St., 2005         1956 ASU 21, Louisiana Tech 13         Sue Fitzgerald
1917   ......Central Arkansas ........101-0                 16 vs. Louisiana-Monre, 2009      1955 Murray State 13, ASU 7             Ina Lee Wiles
                                                                                              1954 SE Louisiana 51, ASU 0           Carolyn Bollinger
2008   ......Texas Southern............83-10          Season: 121 in 2005                     1953 ASU 49, Southern Arkansas 0 Mary Ann Donaldson
1913   ......Arkansas College ..........69-0                                                  1952 ASU 42, Lewis College 0         Nancy Cunningham
1951   ......Southern Illinois ............68-0       MOST YARDS PENALIZED                    1951 ASU 35, Florence State 13             Sue Tyler
1913   ......Memphis All-Stars..........67-0          Game: 185 vs Arkansas Tech, 1955        1950 ASU 27, Henderson State 13           Mary Dean
                                                      Season: 911 in 2005                     1949 ASU 7, Delta State 6               Shirley Swaim
1970   ......Lamar ............................69-7                                           1948 ASU 32, Henderson State 14         Jonny Bogess
2009   ......Mississippi Valley St. ....61-0                                                  1947 ASU 0, Central Arkansas 0 (tie) Betty Blackwood
                                                      FEWEST YARDS PENALIZED                  1946 ASU 20, Illinois Wesleyan 0        Doris Harding
1963   ......St. Mary (Kan.) ..............68-7
                                                      Game: 0, multiple times                 1945 No Homecoming                            None
1932   ......NW Mississippi JC ........60-0
                                                      Season: 391 in 1964                     1942-44 No Team                               None
1928   ......Mountain Home Coll. ....59-0                                                     1941 No Records
1984   ......Tennessee-Martin ........72-14           MOST FUMBLES                            1940 ASU 13, Austin Peay State 0 B. Lawhon, H. Sturdivant
2003   ......Tennessee-Martin ..........63-6          Game: 13 vs UT Chattanooga, 1981        1939 ASU 7, Southern Illinois 0          Mildred Hout
1956   ......Concordia (Neb.) ..........56-0                                                  1938 Hendrix 6, ASU 0                  Maggie Hogue
                                                      Season: 55 in 1981                      1937 Tennessee-Martin 16, ASU 7         Arlene Bullard
1985   ......North Texas State ..........56-0                                                 1936 ASU 13, Southern Arkansas 6 Lucie Mai Weaver
1987   ......East Texas State..........77-22          MOST FUMBLES LOST                       1935 ASU 10, Arkansas-Monticello 0 M. McGlasson
                                                      Game                                    1934 No Records                         Nina Crockett
                  DEFEATS                             1. 6 vs Texas-Arlington, 1981           1933 No Records
                                                      2. 6 vs Texas-Arlington, 1979           1932 Arkansas-Monticello 13, ASU 0 Dorothy Matthews
Year         Opponent                     Score                                               1931 ASU 13, Southern State 7             GM Graves
1937   ......Central Arkansas ..........95-0          3. 6 vs Memphis Navy, 1952              1930 Arkansas College 27, ASU 0          Eila McElyea
1922   ......Central Arkansas ..........82-0          Season: 28 in 1975                      1929 Arkansas College 54, ASU 13         Martha Little
1941   ......Union (Tenn.) ................70-0                                               1928 ASU 6, Arkansas-Little Rock 0
                                                      FEWEST FUMBLES                          1927 ASU 12, Mayfield (Mo.) 0         Elizabeth Altman
1991   ......Louisiana State............70-14                                                 1926 ASU 14, Arkansas College 7
1922   ......Arkansas Tech ..............69-0         Season: 15 in 1995
                                                                                              1925 ASU 12, Central Arkansas 6         Amelia Griffin*
1922   ......Memphis State ..............68-0         FEWEST FUMBLES LOST                     1924 ASU 24, Alumni 0                   Mae Nichols*
1941   ......Mississippi Delta JC ......68-0                                                  1923 ASU 0, Alumni 0 (tie)              Jewell Smith*
                                                      Season                                  1922 Arkansas Tech 69, ASU 0              AG McGill*
1950   ......Mississippi State............67-0        T1. 7 in 1964                           1921 Central Arkansas 13, ASU 6
1937   ......Southwestern (Tenn.) ....67-0                7 in 1995                           *—Carnival Queen
2002   ......Virginia Tech ..................63-7         7 in 1997

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                                  SCORING
                                                                2010 ARKANSAS STATE FOOT BALL
                                  MOST POINTS SCORED: 30, Corey Walker (ASU) vs. La. Tech, 11-9-96                                        TOP RUSHING GAMES IN ASU STADIUM
                                  MOST TOUCHDOWNS: 5, Corey Walker (ASU) vs. Louisiana Tech, 11-9-96                           1.     272 — Joe Abdullah (Pacific), 10-22-94
                                  MOST EXTRA POINTS: 11, Scott Roper (ASU) vs. East Texas State, 9-26-87;                      2.     269 — LaDainian Tomlinson (TCU), 9-25-99
                                      11, Josh Arauco (ASU) vs. Texas Southern, 9-6-09                                         3.     242 — Willie English (Central Florida), 10-5-91
                                  MOST FIELD GOALS: 4, Scott Roper (UTA), 11-2-85; Mike Shafer (USL), 10-16-93                 4.     235 — Irving Spikes (Northeast Louisiana), 11-6-93
                                  LONGEST FG: 63, J. Duren (ASU), vs. McNeese State, 11-23-74; Scott Roper (ASU)               5.     234 — Stephen Starring (McNeese State), 10-25-80
                                      vs. NTSU, 11-7-87                                                                        6.     225 — Reggie Arnold (ASU), 10-13-07
                                                                                                                               7.     223 — John Henry White (Louisiana Tech), 10-15-77
                                  RUSHING                                                                                      8.     215 — Marquis Williams (ASU) vs. Nevada, 11-20-93
                                  MOST NET YARDS GAINED: 272,Joe Abdullah (Pacific), 10-22-94                                  9.     209 — Derek Lawson (ASU) vs. Texas Southern, 9-6-09
                                  MOST CARRIES: 43, Barry Redden (Richmond), 9-19-81                                           10.    207 — Leroy Harris (ASU) vs. Southwestern La., 10-4-75
                                  LONGEST PLAY: 85, Leroy Harris (ASU) vs. McNeese State, 10-23-76                             11.    204 — Jason Cooper (Louisiana Tech), 9-28-91
                                                                                                                               12.    193 — Antonio Warren (ASU) vs. Tulsa, 9-7-02
                                  PASSING                                                                                      13.    192 — Dennis Bolden (ASU) vs. Northeast La., 9-4-76
                                  MOST ATTEMPTS: 56, Patrick Mitchell (Utah State), 9-2-95                                     14.    189 — Deon Ridgell (Northwestern Louisiana), 10-3-92
                                  MOST COMPLETIONS: 36, Chris Vargas (Nevada), 11-20-93                                        15.    189 — Theron McClendon (McNeese State), 10-25-80
                                  MOST YARDS GAINED: 508, Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech), 11-7-98                                 16.    183 — Jonathan Adams (ASU) vs. NM St., 10-21-00
                                  MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES: 7, Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech), 11-7-98                               17.    181 — Dwane Brown (ASU) vs. Lamar, 11-15-86
                                  MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED: 5, David Bates (TX-Arlington), 11-2-85                          18.    176 — Chris Easley (ASU) vs. Idaho, 11-8-03
                                  BEST COMP. PCT. (Min. 10 Att.): .917 (11 of 12), Tom Sears (ASU), 9-26-92                    19.    176 — Roy Johnson (ASU) vs. Southern Illinois, 9-30-89
                                  LONG PLAY: 84—T. Langford to J. Lewis (ASU) vs. SIU, 10-1-83; R. Slack to F. Turner,         20.    174 — Michael Desormeaux (UL Lafayette), 10-13-05
                                      NW La., 9-5-87; Corey Leonard to David Johnson (ASU) vs. ULL, 10-13-07                   21.    174 — Lamont Zachery (ASU) vs. Northern Ill., 9-21-96
ASU STADIUM AN D NCAA RECO R DS




                                                                                                                               22.    173 — Jonathan Adams (ASU) vs. Mississippi, 10-6-01
                                  TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                23.    172 — Randy Rogers (Jacksonville State), 9-22-01
                                  MOST PLAYS: 65, Scott Gabbert (Southern Illinois), 9-30-89                                   T24.   170 — Earl Easley (ASU) vs. East Texas State, 9-26-87
                                  MOST YARDS GAINED: 473, Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech), 11-7-98                                        170 — John Stephens (Northwestern Louisiana) 9-5-87
                                                                                                                               26.    169 — Barry Redden (Richmond), 9-19-81
                                  RECEIVING
                                                                                                                               27.    168 — Chris Easley (ASU), 11-8-03
                                  MOST RECEPTIONS: 14, Kevin Alexander (Utah St.), 9-2-95; Nick Dugas (ULL), 10-13-01
                                                                                                                               28.    167 — Shermar Bracey (ASU) vs. UL L, 10-13-05
                                  MOST YARDS GAINED: 284, Lennie Johnson (ASU) vs. SW Mo. St., 11-8-97
                                                                                                                               29.    166 — James Mitchell (North Texas), 11-18-04
                                  MOST TD PASSES CAUGHT: 4, Troy Edwards from Tim Rattay (La. Tech), 11-7-98
                                  LONGEST RECEPTION: 84, Judious Lewis from T. Langford (ASU) vs. South-
                                      ern Illinois, 10-1-80; Floyd Turner from Rusty Slack (Northwestern La), 9-
                                      5-87; D. from C. (ASU) vs. ULL, 10-13-07                                                        ASU IN NCAA RECORDS
                                  PUNTING
                                                                                                                                                    Division I
                                  MOST PUNTS: 12, John Howell (UT Chattanooga), 11-1-75; Scot Simons (ASU) vs. UAB, 11-22-97
                                                                                                                               TEAM
                                  MOST PUNTING YARDAGE: 463, Dennis Pendergraft (NW La.), 10-7-78
                                                                                                                               1. Rushing Offense Champions, 1975
                                  BEST PUN AVG. (Min. 3 Punts): 54.0, Joe Slayton (ASU) vs. SW La., 9-29-79 (3-162)
                                  LONGEST PUNT: 80, Joe Slayton (ASU) vs. Lamar, 10-27-79
                                                                                                                                                      Division I-A
                                                                                                                               TEAM
                                  KICKOFF RETURNS
                                  MOST RETURNS: 7, R. Kilow (ASU) vs. Boise St., 11-4-00; Ben West, FIU, 9-24-05               1. Most Opp. Punts Blocked By (season) — 11 in 1975
                                  MOST RETURN YARDAGE: 176, Lamont Zachery (ASU) vs. Southwestern
                                                                                                                               2. Two opposing I-A players each gaining 200 yards or
                                      Louisiana, 10-4-97
                                                                                                                                  more in a game: Corey Walker, ASU (212) and Charles
                                  LONGEST RETURN: 99, Michael Adams (ASU) vs. Lamar, 11-15-86
                                                                                                                                  Talley, Northern Illinois (251)
                                  PUNT RETURNS                                                                                 INDIVIDUAL
                                  MOST RETURNS: 8, Steve Hanschen (ASU) vs. Northwestern La., 10-7-78                          1. Most Opponents Punts Blocked By (season) — 8 by
                                  MOST RETURN YARDAGE: 130, James Johnson (ASU) vs. Tennessee-Mar-                                Jimmy Lisko, 1975; Jimmy Francis, Baylor, 1989
                                      tin, 9-10-05 (for TD)
                                  LONGEST RETURN: 89, Kevin Jones (ASU) vs. Memphis, 9-27-07 (for TD)                                                Division I-AA
                                                                                                                               TEAM
                                  INTERCEPTIONS
                                  MOST INT.: 3, G. Lee (ASU) vs. UTA, 11-2-85; Chris Thompson (Nicholls St.), 11-22-01         1. Fewest Passes Attempted By Both Teams (game) — 11
                                  MOST RETURN YARDAGE: 92, Tyrell Johnson (ASU) vs. Fla. Int’l, 9-24-05