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									                                                    REDDIE FOOTBALL
                           2006 REDDIE SCHEDULE                                                                                                     CONTENTS
DATE      OPPONENT                                                              PLACE                                    TIME           Media Information ............................... 2
Aug. 31 vs. Central Arkansas                                                    Little Rock, Ark.                       7 p.m.          Henderson State University ................ 4
                                                                                                                                        President Dr. Charles Dunn ................ 6
Sept. 9 at Pikeville College                                                    Pikeville, Ky.                          6 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        Famous Henderson Alumni ................ 7
Sept. 16 *DELTA STATE                                                           ARKADELPHIA,                ARK.        6 p.m.          Director of Athletics Sam Goodwin ..... 8
Sept. 21 *at West Alabama (GSC TV)                                              Livingston, Ala.                        7 p.m.          Athletic Administration ......................... 9
Sept. 30 *WEST GEORGIA                                                          ARKADELPHIA,                ARK.        6 p.m.          Athletic Training ................................ 10
                                                                                                                                        Henderson State Athletic Staff .......... 12
Oct. 5    *at Alabama-Monticello (GSC TV)                                       Monticello, Ark.                        7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        Gulf South Conference ..................... 13
Oct. 14 *at Arkansas Tech                                                       Russellville, Ark.                      1 p.m.          Coach Scott Maxfield ........................ 14
Oct. 21 PAUL QUINN (Hall of Honor)                                              ARKADELPHIA,                ARK.        3 p.m.          Coaches Henry and Campbell .......... 16
Oct. 28 *at Harding                                                             Searcy, Ark.                            2 p.m.          Coaches Davis and Gordon ............ 17
Nov. 4    *OUACHITA BAPTIST (Homecoming)                                        ARKADELPHIA,                ARK.        3 p.m.          Coaches Smith and Causey ............. 18
                                                                                                                                        Coaches Hove, Evans, & King ......... 19
Nov. 11 *SOURTHERN ARKANSAS                                                     ARKADELPHIA,                ARK.        3 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        2006 Preview ..................................... 20
HOME GAME IN BOLD                                                                                                                       2006 Roster ....................................... 22
* denotes GSC Games                                                                                                                     Pronunciation Guide ......................... 23
                                                                                                                                        MEET THE REDDIES ................. 24-41
                                                                                                                                        2005 Final Statistics .......................... 42
                                                                                                                                        2005 Defensive and Team Stats ....... 43
                                        JUST THE FACTS                                                                                  2005 Game Summaries .................... 44
                                                                                                                                        OPPONENT INFORMATION ...... 48-51
GENERAL INFORMATION                                                  COACHING STAFF                                                     UCA, PC, and DSU ........................... 48
LOCATION: .............................. Arkadelphia, Ark.           HEAD COACH: .............................. Scott Maxfield          UWA, UWG, and UAM ...................... 49
FOUNDED: ................................................... 1890     ALMA MATER: .............. Louisiana Tech (1984)                  ATU, PQC, HU .................................. 50
ENROLLMENT: ............................................ 3,500       RECORD AT HENDERSON/YEARS: .................. 3-8 (1)              OBU and SAU ................................... 51
NICKNAME: ............................................ Reddies       CAREER RECORD/YEARS: ................. 32-20 (4, JC)
                                                                                                                                        Reddies on the Road ........................ 51
SCHOOL COLORS: ........................ Red and Gray                 OFFICE PHONE: ............................. 870-230-5201
AFFILIATION: ............................ NCAA Division II           ASSISTANT COACH: ............................ Greg Davis           Sports Information Directory ............. 52
CONFERENCE: .................................... Gulf South           POSITION: .................................. Offensive Line       Series Record vs. 2005 Oppo. ......... 53
PRESIDENT: ............................. Dr. Charles Dunn             ALMA MATER: ............... Texas Christian (1998)                Year by Year Results ......................... 54
  Alma Mater: ....... Southern Arkansas (1967)                       ASSISTANT COACH: ......................... Robert Henry            THE REDDIE RECORD BOOK . 56-64
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: .............. Sam Goodwin                     POSITION: ..................... Defensive Coordinator             Year-By-Year Leaders ....................... 56
  Alma Mater: .......... Henderson State (1966)                       ALMA MATER: ..................... Mississippi (1977)              Record Holders ................................. 57
ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ..... Dr. David Thigpen                     ASSISTANT COACH: ......................... Drew Causey
                                                                                                                                        Offensive Top Performers ................. 58
  Alma Mater: ......................... Hendrix (1976)                POSITION: ................................ Running Backs
SWA: ..................................... Rhonda Thigpen             ALMA MATER: ................ North Alabama (2001)                 Defensive Top Performers ................ 60
  Alma Mater: ........... Ouachita Baptist (1978)                    ASSISTANT COACH: ........................... Matt Gordon           Scoring Leaders & Team Records .... 61
ASST. SWA & COORD. FOR ATHLETIC SUCCESS:                              POSITION: ........................................... Safeties    Longest Plays .................................... 62
................................................... Lenette Bailey    ALMA MATER: ............. Concord College (2002)                  Reddies in the Pros ........................... 63
  Alma Mater: ............. Henderson State (2000)                   ASSISTANT COACH: ............................. Clint Smith         Reddie Award Winners ..................... 64
FACILITY: ................ Carpenter-Haygood Stadium                  POSITION: ................................. Defensive Line        All-Time Coaching Records .............. 66
CAPACITY: .................................................. 9,600    ALMA MATER: ............. Concord College (2000)
SURFACE: ..................................... Natural Grass         ASSISTANT COACH: ........................ Coy Campbell
                                                                                                                                        Hall of Honor ..................................... 66
PRESS ROW PHONE: .................... (870) 230-5035                  POSITION: ............................... Wide Receivers          Carpenter Haygood Stadium ............ 67
ATHLETICS PHONE: ...................... (870) 230-5161                ALMA MATER: ............. Concord College (2002)                  Preseason Depth Chart .................... 68
                                                                     GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: .............. Matt Hove
HISTORY                                                              GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: ............ Nick Evans
FIRST YEAR OF FOOTBALL: .......................... 1905              VOLUNTEER COACH: .................. Vernon Hutchins
ALL-TIME RECORD: ............................ 420-412-42
ALL-TIME GSC RECORD: ......................... 32-78-1
                                                                      ALMA MATER: ........................ Henderson State
                                                                      POSITION: ....................................... Tight Ends
                                                                                                                                                  CREDITS
                                                                                                                                       The 2006 Henderson State University
TEAM INFORMATION                                                     SPORTS INFORMATION                                                Football Media Guide is a publication of the
2005 RECORD: .............................................. 3-8      DIRECTOR: ..................................... Troy Mitchell     Henderson State Sports Information Office.
2005 GSC RECORD: ...................................... 2-7          GRADUATE ASSISTANT: ...................... Kris Erhardt
                                                                                                                                       The media guide was written and edited by
2005 GSC FINISH: .............................. Tie for 8th          GRADUATE ASSISTANT: ........... Sarah Beth Phillips
OFFENSIVE FORMATION: ................. 1 Back Spread                 STUDENT ASSISTANT: .................... Brian Cauthron
                                                                                                                                       Troy Mitchell, Sports Information Director.
DEFENSIVE FORMATION: ...................... 4-3 Multiple             OFFICE PHONE: ............................ 870-230-5197           The media guide was designed by Troy
STARTERS RETURNING: .................... 18 (9 O, 9 D)               OFFICE FAX: ................................. 870-230-5408        Mitchell with photography supplied by Troy
STARTERS LOST: ....................... 5 (2 O, 2 D, 1 K)             PRESS BOX: .................................. 870-230-5035        Mitchell, Steve Fellers, Kris Erhardt, and
LETTERMEN RETURNING: ....... 42 (21 O, 21 D, 0 K)                    MITCHELL’S HOME PHONE: .............. 501-865-1253                Kelly Shuman. Printing performed by Target
LETTERMEN LOST: ................. 24 (12 O, 11 D, 1 K)               E-MAIL: ................................... MITCHET@HSU.EDU       Printing of Little Rock.
NEWCOMERS: ................................. 55 (28 O, 27)           WEB SITE: ....................... www.hsu.edu/athletics

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                               mEDIA INFORmATION
                                                MEDIA INFORMATION
        HENDERSON STATE                            The Henderson State University                          In Memoriam
       SPORTS INFORmATION                       sports information office is happy to
                                                assist you in your coverage of Reddie
                        TROY MITCHELL           football. Sports Information Director Troy
                        SPORTS INFORMATION      Mitchell and his staff look forward to
                            DIRECTOR            working with you during the 2006
                     Office:   870-230-5197     season. The SID office is located in the
                     Home:     870-366-4630     Wells Center.
                     Cell:     870-464-7799
                                                CREDENTIAL REQUEST
                               E-MAIL
                                                   All media credential requests should
                          mitchet@hsu.edu
                                                be made in writing to the Henderson                          PAUL EELLS
                       KRIS ERHARDT             State sports information office.                              1935 - 2006
                      SPORTS INFORMATION        Credential requests may be mailed,                  PAUL EELLS served as sports director at
                        GRADUATE ASST.                                                               KATV for nearly three decades and also
                                                faxed or e-mailed. Press row is
                                                                                                      delivered play-by-play coverage of the
                     Office:   870-230-5197     accessible by entering the east side of            Arkansas Razorbacks. Paul was as genuine
                     Home:     870-230-6792     Carpenter-Haygood Stadium. Requests                       as they come and very sincere.
                                                for media credentials should be made               We at Henderson State will never forget the
                              E-MAIL                                                               man often described as “The nicest guy you
                        kerhardt@gmail.com      in writing on appropriate letterhead at
                                                                                                                  will ever meet.”
                                                least 48 hours prior to the game.                              WE MISS YOU PAUL
MAILING ADDRESS:                                Credentials can be picked up at the Will                             “OH, MY”
    Henderson State Sports Information          Call window located on the east side of
    HSU Box 7630                                the stadium.                                     INTERVIEW POLICY
    Arkadelphia, AR. 71999-0001                                                                     All player interviews should be
                                                TELEPHONE AND DSL                                arranged through the SID office. Players
DELIVERY ADDRESS:                                                                                are generally available an hour before
                                                   Long distance telephone lines (4) and
    Henderson State Sports Information
                                                DSL lines (3) are available in the press         practice and immediately following
    1100 Henderson Street
    Arkadelphia, AR. 71999-0001                 box. Wireless Internet will also be              practice. Phone interviews are
                                                available. Phones require collect calls          permissible but must be arranged
WEB SITE:                                       or credit card for billing. Special requests     through the SID Office. Phone numbers
   www.hsu.edu/athletics                        should be made at least one week prior           for players will not be issued.
                                                to the game.                                        Coach Scott Maxfield is very
                                                                                                 accommodating to the media and
                                                                                                 generally handles interview requests in
                                                                                                 the morning.

                                                                                                 RADIO
                                                                                                    Henderson State has a radio area for
                                                                                                 originating stations for The Reddie
                                                                                                 Sports Network and the official outlet of
                                                                                                 visiting teams. Stations broadcasting
                                                                                                 from the Carpenter-Haygood Stadium
                                                                                                 should contact the sports information
                                                                                                 office at least 48 hours prior to game
                                                                                                 day.

                                                                                                 GAME SERVICES
                                                                                                    The sports information staff will be at
                                                                                                 your service throughout the game. All
                                                                                                 media will be provided with game
                                                                                                 programs, pregame notes and media
For the past 16 years, HSU SID Troy Mitchell has been director of statistics for the
                                                                                                 guides before home games. Play-by-
Independance Bowl in Shreveport, La. The 2004 staff included (pictured left to right): OBU       play reports are provided after each half.
former SID Chris Babb, Mitchell, Bill Dickinson (grandfather), Buddy McDuffie, Travis Mitchell   Postgame books and game notes are
(brother), and Ralph Mitchell (father).                                                          available following the games.

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                           mEDIA INFORmATION
                               THEY COVER HENDERSON STATE
        • NEWSPAPERS •                            • TELEVISION •                            • RADIO •
DAILY SIFTINGS HERALD                   KARK-TV (NBC)                          CLARK COUNTY BROADCASTING
205 South 26th Street                   P.O. Box 748, Little Rock, AR. 72203   3210 Pine St., Arkadelphia, AR. 71923
Arkadelphia, AR. 71923                  501-340-4525 • Fax: 501-375-1961       870-230-9272 • Fax: 870-230-5878
870-246-5525 • Fax: 870-246-4561        E-Mail: mrushing@kark.com              E-Mail: kyxk@iocc.com
E-Mail: news@siftingsherald.com
                                        KATV-TV (ABC)                          CREATIVE SPORTS NETWORK
ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT GAZETTE               Steve Sullivan                         Mike Harrison, director
121 East Capitol Avenue                 P.O. Box 77, Little Rock, AR. 72203    1117 Oak - Ste. 300 • Conway, AR. 72032
Little Rock, AR. 72201                  501-324-7544 • Fax: 501-324-7852       501-327-0252 • Fax: 501-327-7920
501-378-3539 • Fax: 501-375-4521        E-Mail: ssullivan@katv.com             E-Mail: mharr18745@aol.com
E-Mail: sports@adg.ardemgaz.com
                                        KTHV-TV (CBS)                          KBOK AM 1310/KLEZ FM 101.5
THE SENTINEL-RECORD                     Craig O’Neill, director                John Speeney
300 Spring Street                       P.O. Box 269, Little Rock, AR. 72203   P.O. Box 21430
Hot Springs, AR. 71902                  501-244-4572 • Fax: 501-376-1645       Hot Springs, AR. 71903
501-623-7711 • Fax: 501-623-2984        E-Mail: sports@todaysthv.com           501-332-6981
E-Mail: robert@hotsr.com                                                       E-Mail: jspeeney@sbcglobal.net
                                        KLRT-TV (FOX 16)
CAMDEN NEWS                             10800 Colonel Glenn Rd.                KSWH 99.9 (CAMPUS RADIO)
113 Madison NE • P.O. Box 798           Little Rock, AR. 72204                 HSU Box 7872
Camden, AR. 71701                       501-225-0016 • Fax: 501-225-0428       Arkadelphia, AR. 71999
870-836-8192 • Fax: 870-837-1414        E-Mail: lborich@fox16.com              870-230-5285
E-Mail: camnewssports@cablelynx.com                                            E-Mail: kswh@hsu.edu
                                        ESPN
EL DORADO NEWS TIMES                    ESPN Plaza                             103.7 THE BUZZ • FOX SPORTS
P.O. Box 912                            Bristol, CT. 06010                     2400 Cottondale Lane
El Dorado, AR. 71731-0912               860-585-2000 • Fax: 860-766-2400       Little Rock, AR. 72204
870-862-6611• Fax: 870-862-5226         E-Mail: dave.brown@espn.com            501-661-1037
E-Mail: eldonews@cox-internet.com       E-Mail: ed.placey@espn.com             E-Mail: randyr@1037thebuzz.com




                                                                               K-DEL 100.9
FORDYCE NEWS-ADVOCATE
P.O. Box 559 • 304 Spring Street
Fordyce, AR. 71742-0559
870-352-3144• Fax: 870-352-8091
E-Mail: news@advoipa.net
                                                                               Today’s Hits, Yesterday’s Favorites
HOPE STAR
                                                                               The
P.O. Box 648 • 522 W. Third
Hope, AR. 71801-0648
870-777-8841 • Fax: 870-777-3311
                                                                                     PULSE 99.9
E-Mail: hopestar@ipa.net
                                                                                              Fans can listen to
MALVERN DAILY RECORD                                                                      Henderson State football on
P.O. Box 70 • 219 Locust                                                                  the Reddie Sports Network
Malvern, AR. 72104-0070                                                                   by tuning into 100.9 FM
501-337-7523 • Fax: 501-337-1226                                                          KDEL, or on the HSU student
E-Mail: editor@malvern-online.com                                                         radio station 99.9 The Pulse.
                                                                                          All games can also be heard
PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL                                                                     via    the     internet     at
P.O. Box 6469 • 300 Beech Street                                                          www.hsu.edu/athletics.
Pine Bluff, AR. 71611-6469                                                                    Dan Floyd begins his forth
870-534-3400 • Fax: 870-543-1455                                                          season as the play-by-play
E-Mail: sports@pbcommercial.com                                                           voice of the Reddies, with Dr.
                                                                                          Hal McAfee and HSU Sports
THE ORACLE                                                                                Information Director Troy
HSU Box 7693                                                                              Mitchell providing the color
Arkadelphia, AR. 71999                                                                    commentary.
E-Mail: oracle@hsu.edu

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                  HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                     Founded as a sister institution to
  HENDERSON STATE                                                                                Hendrix College by the Methodist
  DEGREE PROGRAmS                                                                                Episcopal Church of Arkansas in 1890,
                                                                                                 Henderson State University stands out
MASTER OF ART IN TEACHING
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION                                                                   today as Arkansas’s public liberal arts
MASTER OF SCIENCE
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
                                                                                                 university. Of the nine public universities
MASTER OF LIBERAL ARTS                                                                           in Arkansas, Henderson is one of only
EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST
                                                                                                 two originally established as four-year,
BACHELOR OF ARTS
   Communication
                                                                                                 degree-conferring institutions. Today,
   English                                                                                       Henderson attracts outstanding students
   History
   Mass Media                                                                                    with ACT scores higher than two-thirds
   Music
   Political Science
                                                                                                 of college freshmen nationwide and
   Psychology                                                                                    boasts a campus with more than $70
   Public Administration
   Sociology                                                                                     million in new construction and
   Spanish
   Theatre Arts
                                                                                                 renovations since 1986.
                                                                                                     The college opened its doors on Sept.
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS
   Studio Art                                                                                    3, 1890, as Arkadelphia Methodist
   Digital Art and Design                                                                        College, with 110 students and 10 faculty
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE                                                                              members. It was chartered as a four-
   Athletic Training
   Aviation                                                                                      year, coeducational, baccalaureate
       Professional Pilot                                                                        liberal arts college. The name was
       FAA Airway Science
            Curriculum-Aircraft Systems                                                          changed in 1904 to Henderson College
            Management
       Airway Science Management                                                                 in honor of Charles Christopher
       Airway Computer Science                                                                   Henderson, a trustee and prominent
       Aviation Maintenance Management
   Biology                                                                                       businessman in Arkadelphia. It was later
   Chemistry
   Computer Science-Math                       changed to Henderson-Brown College when Henderson wanted to honor his friend,
   Family and Consumer Science                 business associate and fellow trustee, Walter William Brown.
       General
       Child Care Management                      Disaster struck the young college early when a devastating fire swept away the entire
       Dietetics
       Education                               campus in 1914, with the exception of Key Hall and the president’s residence. What
       Fashion Merchandising                   could have been the end of the school turned to inspiration when the student body refused
       Foods and Nutrition
   General Studies                             to leave the charred campus and came together under the pine trees to pledge they
   Human Services
   Mathematics                                 would stay in Arkadelphia and keep the college together. It is said that the “Reddie Spirit”
   Medical Technology                          was born that cold February night. Today, entering freshmen hear the “pine tree” speech,
   Physics
   Recreation                                  and they form the shape of a heart for a photograph that commemorates and symbolizes
       Sports Medicine/Athletic Training
       Sports Management                       the love and loyalty those early students had for their school. Alumni are quick to tell
       Recreation and Park Management          others Henderson is “The School with a Heart.”
       Therapeutic Recreation
       Tourism and Commercial Recreation          Arkadelphia almost lost the college in the late 1920s when the Methodist Church
       Church Recreation
                                               proposed merging Henderson-Brown and Hendrix colleges on a campus in Little Rock.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING                 However, Arkadelphia citizens, as well as religious and political leaders in South Arkansas,
BACHELOR OF MUSIC                              rose up to challenge the plan, and the church decided to offer the institution to the State
   Education
       Choral Keyboard                         of Arkansas. The Arkansas General Assembly accepted the offer and Henderson-Brown
       Instrumental                            became a daughter of the state. They decided to establish a “standard Teachers College”
       Vocal
   Performance or Composition                  in Arkadelphia and Henderson State Teachers College began in 1929 with a faculty of 27,
       Instrumental and Composition
       Vocal                                   175 students, and three degree offerings — bachelor of arts, bachelor of music and
       Keyboard                                bachelor of oratory.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION                  Impending war in Europe
   Art
   Early Childhood (P-4)                       touched the campus in 1940
   Elementary/Secondary Physical Education     when, as a part of the national
   Middle School (4-8)
   Social Science                              defense program, Henderson
   Vocational Business Education
                                               was approved to offer
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION            instruction in flying. Henderson
   Accounting
   Business Information Systems                State is the only Arkansas
   Business Administration
       Marketing                               university with a four-year
       Management                              aviation degree program.
       Finance
   Human Resource Management                      The 1950s saw expansion
EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATIONS                     in the curriculum at the
   Biology    Chemistry    English             college. Departments of home
   Spanish    Mathematics Special Education
                                               economics and art were
PRE-PROFESSIONAL
   Law        Engineering Medicine             established, and the degree of
   Dentistry  Veterinarian Pharmacy            bachelor of science in
   Optometry  Physical Therapy
                                               education and a graduate
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE
IN CHILD CARE                                  division for teachers to earn a

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                HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY
master of science in
education degree were                                                                              HENDERSON STATE
added. To enlarge the
curriculum, divisions were                                                                              FACTS
added, including the
                                                                                                  • For more than 85 years, Henderson
Division of Business,                                                                               State University has been known as
enabling the college to                                                                             “The School with a Heart.” Incoming
confer its seventh degree,                                                                          freshmen form the shape of a heart
the bachelor of science in                                                                          on the South Lawn on the day of
business administration,                                                                            freshmen assembly, and the tradition
and the Center for                                                                                  now includes a photo of the heart,
Economic Education. In                                                                              which is distributed to each
1951, Henderson became                                                                              freshman. The first known photo of
a graduate center for the                                                                           the freshmen heart dates back to
University of Arkansas                                                                              1917.
until it instituted its own
graduate program. The enrollment of the school almost tripled from 571 in 1945-46 to              • Henderson’s planetarium houses a
                                                                                                    Zeiss Projector ZKP3 – the only
1,433 in 1959-60, and four graduate degrees were offered.
                                                                                                    model in the southern United States
    “Teachers” was dropped from the name in the late ‘60s, following the trend in the               and one of only 10 in the United
country at that time, and enrollment rose to 3,300 students by the end of the decade.               States.
The curriculum also grew from 13 divisions into five schools: business, education, fine
arts, liberal arts and natural sciences and mathematics. Henderson’s progression from             • Henderson is the only Arkansas
state college to regional university continued in 1975, when the name changed to                    university with a four-year degree
Henderson State University.                                                                         program in aviation.
    Today, Henderson is devoted to selecting a diverse student body, actively recruiting,
challenging and supporting those students who are highly motivated to achieve academic            • Students accepted at Henderson
excellence. The Honors Program began with a freshman class of 23 in 1984 and developed              score higher on the ACT than two-
into the Honors College with more than 130 students, an expanded curriculum, its own                thirds of college freshmen
student organization, an Honors faculty, its own residence hall and a clear commitment              nationwide.
to university and community service. The university’s International Student Program boasts
                                                                                                  • Professors in Henderson’s art
approximately 100 students from 20 countries with a student center that houses 27                   department actively show their work
students and provides a year-round living environment for students of different                     in Hot Springs art galleries among
nationalities.                                                                                      other exhibitions and also have
    Since its founding, Henderson has held a position of educational leadership. The                participated in the Hot Springs
university is proud to be one of only 21 member institutions nationwide in COPLAC, the              Gallery Walk, which is held the first
Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. In addition, a third of all participants in the annual     Friday of each month.
Arkansas Undergraduate Research Conference are generally Henderson students.
    Henderson is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the North Central                  • Henderson provides continuing
Association of Colleges and Schools, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher              education     opportunities       to
Education, National League for Nursing, National Association of Schools of Music,                   Arkansas’s public school teachers by
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business-International, and American                   sponsoring the English as Second
Dietetic Association.                                                                               Language (ESL) Academy during the
                                                                                                    summer and provides the attendees
                                                                                                    12 hours of continuing education
                                                                                                    credit.

                                                                                                  • Henderson State University is
                                                                                                    Arkansas’s public liberal arts
                                                                                                    university. Believing that a liberal arts
                                                                                                    education is essential for all
                                                                                                    undergraduates, Henderson has
                                                                                                    developed a program based on a
                                                                                                    comprehensive core of courses in
                                                                                                    the arts and sciences.

                                                                                                  • Henderson is home to approximately
                                                                                                    3,500 students and employs more
                                                                                                    than 400 people full-time.

                                                                                                  • In any given school year,
                                                                                                    approximately 100 international
                                                                                                    students from 20 countries are
                                                                                                    included in the student body.


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                    PRESIDENT DR. CHARLES DUNN
                                                      Dr. Charles Dunn has                •   Chairman of the Strategic Planning General Education Committee of
                                                  Henderson State University                  the Arkansas Board of Higher Education
                                                  headed full steam ahead to fulfill      •   President of the Gulf South Athletic Conference
                                                  its mission as “Arkansas’s              •   Chairman of the Arkansas Higher Education Council
                                                  public liberal arts university.”        •   Chairman of the Commission for Arkansas’s Future — a statewide
                                                      Dunn         has      steered           task force appointed by Governor Bill Clinton to develop a strategic
                                                  Henderson through many                      plan for Arkansas
                                                  dramatic changes since                  •   President of the national Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges
                                                  becoming its 14th president in              (COPLAC)
                                                  1986. With more than $82                •   Member of the Arkansas State Committee of Selection for the
                                                  million in building and renovation          Rhodes Trust.
                                                  projects under way or
                                                  completed, the face of the               As president of Henderson State University, Dunn has initiated and
                                                  Henderson campus has                 completed more than $82 million in capital improvements, renovations and
                                                  changed for the better.              major maintenance to the campus since 1986. These major improvements
                                                  Increased admission standards        include:
                                                  have made Henderson students             • East and West Halls are new three-story Georgian style co-ed
                                                  among the best in the south.                halls that house approximately 174 students each. The 12 and a
                                                      The stronger academic                   half million dollar project provides two halls each with three
                                                  programs also led to the                    residential floors featuring four-person suites, each with two
                                                  success of the Henderson                    bedrooms, and bath facilities. The first floors feature a recreation
Honors College, membership in the prestigious Council of Public Liberal Arts                  room, vending area, and an office for the hall director.
Colleges, and accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools
of Business-International.                                                                •   Arkansas Hall Expansion and Renovation: The most recent change
    A first-generation college student from Magnolia, Dunn earned his B.A. in                 to the Henderson campus is the expansion of Arkansas Hall to
political science from Southern Arkansas University (SAU) in 1967 and his                     include a 162-seat studio theater, dance studio and multimedia
masters of arts in government from the University of North Texas. After working               classrooms, as well as renovation of the existing Henderson TV
for a year as a Ford Foundation intern with the Texas Legislature and later as                studio, classrooms and faculty offices. The $5-million project
a political science instructor at the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM),             was made possible through an appropriation from the Arkansas
Dunn received his Ph.D. in political science from Southern Illinois University                General Assembly.
in Carbondale.
    He returned to UAM as an assistant professor of political science before              •   Roy and Christine Sturgis Hall: The Honors College: This
assuming a position with the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) as associate                30,000-sq. ft., three-story building houses honors students and
professor of political science in 1975. The next year, he became chairman of                  provides Honors College classrooms, labs and faculty offices. It
UCA’s Department of Political Science and served in that role until 1982,                     was dedicated in November 2002 and was funded by bond
when he became Director of Governmental Relations for the university, a                       proceeds and a generous gift from the Sturgis Charitable and
position he held until his appointment as president of Henderson in 1986.                     Educational Trust in Dallas, Texas.
    While at UCA, Dunn developed a very successful approach to winning
support from lawmakers, combined with an effective lobbying style built on                •   Captain Henderson House Bed & Breakfast: Listed on the National
high integrity and credibility. During this time, he contributed several research             Register of Historic Places, this magnificent 1876 Victorian house
articles and papers on political party leadership, the effects of county                      features elaborate southern pine paneling and ornate wooden
government reform on political marginals and influencing policy in state                      fretwork. This historic property was restored with assistance
legislative bodies. His works include:                                                        from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council and
                                                                                              private donations.
• “Lobbying in a State Legislature: Another Look at Communications
Techniques” (with Don Whistler) Southeastern Political Review, Fall 1986.                   Dunn serves as Henderson State University’s chief executive officer in
• “Closed and Open Access in the Arkansas General Assembly: The Insiders               his role as president. He reports to a seven-member board of trustees appointed
and Outsiders” (with Don Whistler), Southern Political Science Association,            by the governor. His responsibilities include overall direction of the university,
November 1984.                                                                         planning, budgeting, personnel and external relations. Providing focus to the
• “Insiders and Outsiders: Lobbyists in the Arkansas General Assembly”                 institution’s efforts, rebuilding the
(with Don Whistler), Arkansas Political Science Association, February 1984.            infrastructure of the university,
• “Influencing State Legislature: The Case of Corporate Interest Groups”               and effectively representing
(with Lawson Veasey), Southwestern Political Science Association, March                Henderson to many external
1981.                                                                                  constituencies are among his
    “Education provides persons of even the most humble background an                  accomplishments at the
opportunity to prepare for a good life.” Dr. Dunn said in defining his beliefs on      university.
education. “An educationally well-prepared person is prepared to seize the                 Dunn is married to Dr. Jane
opportunities encountered in a complex world. It is incumbent on those of us           Dunn, an associate professor in
in higher education to provide our citizenry with the tools for success.”              the Department of Biology at
    Dunn has been a leader in Arkansas higher education for more than 15               Henderson. The couple has two
years and has helped shape public policy to strengthen state education. His            daughters and twin sons.
leadership roles in education have included:

   •   Chairman of the Executive Council of the Arkansas Presidents and
       Chancellors
   •   Member of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education Steering
       Council for Higher Education Priorities                                              THE FIRST FAMILY
   •   Member of the Arkansas Blue Ribbon Commission on Public                         Seated: Dr. Jane Dunn. Stand-
       Education                                                                       ing: Dr. Charles Dunn and
                                                                                       daughter Mary.

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          HENDERSON STATE TRUSTEES
      BOARD OF TRUSTEES                                                                                 mISSION
                                                                        Henderson State University is Arkansas’s public liberal arts university. True to the century-
                                                                   long tradition that has distinguished Henderson since its founding, the university remains
                                                                   dedicated to providing excellent undergraduate curricula and graduate programs.
                                                                        Henderson, a Southern regional institution with a diverse student body, advocates a program
                                                                   based on the liberal arts, regardless of specific educational interests. Through a common core
                                                                   of courses in arts and sciences, as well as through the more specialized curricula, the university
                                                                   fosters the maximum growth and development of each student. More specifically, Henderson
                                                                   endeavors to provide an education that will nurture in each student the capacity:

                                                                   To   think logically and critically;
                                                                   To   speak and write effectively;
                                                                   To   appreciate the complexity and diversity of world cultures;
BRUCE MOORE     CAROL JO ATKINSON        CAROLYN CLARK             To   understand the physical universe;

    Chair           Vice-Chair             TENNYSON                To   participate as a concerned, intelligent citizen;
                                                                   To   acquire mastery of a particular field of study;
                                            Secretary              To   mature intellectually, emotionally, and physically; and
                                                                   To   discern appropriate uses of technology.

                                                                        Henderson’s primary mission is to excel in undergraduate education, always striving to
                                                                   enrich the quality of learning and teaching. In pursuit of this goal, the university seeks a culturally
                                                                   rich and diverse student community, actively recruiting, challenging, supporting, and motivating
                                                                   students to achieve academic success. Quality in education is fostered not only by a positively
                                                                   motivated student body, but also by a faculty and staff distinguished for their continuing
                                                                   commitment to excellence. University care and concern, positive student response, small class
                                                                   sizes, and a personal friendly atmosphere-these characteristics are the heart of Henderson.
                                                                   The university encourages excellence and supports scholarly and creative endeavors on the
                                                                   part of both its faculty and students. These endeavors form the foundation upon which Henderson
                                                                   builds appropriate programs in response to the needs of various communities that it serves. In
 ROSS            ALEX         ANITA            JOHNNY              close concert with these communities, Henderson applies its expertise to develop those
                                                                   programs that will promote the preservation and improvement of the quality of life in Arkansas.
WHIPPLE         STRAWN        CABE             HUDSON


       PROmINENT FORmER HENDERSON STATE STUDENTS
                                    •   Dwight Adams,1958, vice president of player                •   Wayne Mays, 1970, director-external affairs for
                                        personnel for the Buffalo Bills.                               Southwestern Bell.

                                    •   W.H. “Dub” Arnold, 1957, former chief justice,             •   Gen. John P. McConnell (deceased), 1927,
                                        Arkansas Supreme Court.                                        chief of staff, United States Air Force; four- star
                                                                                                       general.
                                    •   Dr. Sam Barker, 1964, president of U.S.
                                        pharmaceutical division, Squibb Corporation.               •   Sid McMath, (deceased, attended), two-term
                                                                                                       governor of Arkansas.
                                    •   Col. Lloyd L. Burke (deceased), 1950,
DWIGHT ADAMS        LAWRENCE            Congressional Medal of Honor recipient.                    •   Jan Paschal, 1967, presidential appointee,
                    HAMILTON                                                                           Deputy Secretary’s Regional Representative
                                    •   Dr. Ann Chotard, 1964, director and founder of                 with the U. S. Department of Education.
                                        the Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts.
                                                                                                   •   Hosea Sanders, 1978, award-winning anchor
                                    •   Irene Calloway Harrower, 1949, Fulbright                       and reporter for Chicago’s Eyewitness News.
                                        Scholar to Italy who made her operatic debut
                                        with the Teatro dell Opera of Rome.                        •   Dr. Della Sue Simonson, 1951, 10-year medical
                                                                                                       director of the state-owned Murdoch Center for
                                    •   Bishop P.V. Galloway (deceased), 1926, first                   the Mentally Disabled in Butler, N.C.
                                        native-born Arkansan to be consecrated a
                                        bishop in the United Methodist Church.                     •   Randy Stewart, 1974, member of 1980 and
                   SID McMATH                                                                          1984 United States Olympic Teams and
 JANE LUCAS
                                    •   Lawrence Hamilton, 1976, Broadway actor,                       member of 1983 Pan American Team, where
                                        credits include Timbuktu, Ragtime, The Wiz,                    he won gold and silver medals. He was inducted
                                        Porgy and Bess, Sophisticated Ladies,                          into the U.S. Army Shooting Hall of Fame in
                                        Uptown-It’s Hot, Jelly’s Last Jam, and Play On.                1983.

                                    •   Richard B. Hoover, 1967, solar physicist for               •   C. Vann Woodward (deceased), 1959, Sterling
                                        NASA at the Marshall Space Flight Center, also                 Professor of History at Yale University; Pulitzer-
                                        a member of the NASA Astrobiology Institute.                   Prize-winning historian of international
                                                                                                       reputation.
                                    •   Lonnie Lee Ivory, 1981, publisher and executive
                                        editor, Baseball Weekly magazine.

DR. DELLA SUE        RANDY          •   Jane Lucas, 1967, executive director of Group
  SIMONSON          STEWART             Living, Inc., for more than 25 years.


                                7 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 7
                ATHLETIC ADmINISTRATION
                       He has become a fixture at Henderson
                    State University.
                       An All-American for the Reddies in the
                    early 1960’s, Sam Goodwin returned to
                    his alma mater in May of 2000 to serve
                    as the school’s athletic director.
                       Goodwin, a 1966 graduate of
                    Henderson State and a member of the
                    Reddie Hall of Honor, spent 17 years as
                    head football coach at Northwestern State
University in Natchitoches, La.
   Prior to coaching at Northwestern, Goodwin spent two
seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Arkansas,
where he coached running backs and quarterbacks under
Lou Holtz. Goodwin helped the Razorbacks make
appearances in the Gator Bowl and the Bluebonnet Bowl.
   Goodwin was the head coach at Southern Arkansas
University in 1979 and 1980, and he was the head coach at
Parkview High School in Little Rock from 1970-78. He also
coached at Hall High School in Little Rock, serving as head                     THE GOODWIN FAMILY
track coach and defensive coordinator for two seasons on
teams that went 19-1-1.
   Goodwin’s first job was at Forest Heights Junior High         Conference titles (1984, 1988, 1997 and 1998), and 38 of his
School in Little Rock, where he was head track coach and         players at Northwestern State reached the NFL.
head football coach in 1966 and 1967. His football teams            A native of Pineville, La., Goodwin attended Pineville High
were 14-2 those two years.                                       School and played on the 1960 state championship football
   During his nine seasons at Parkview, Goodwin won 72           team. In his senior year, he was named team captain and
percent of his games and led the Patriots to five state          played offensive guard and defensive end while weighing
championships. As a collegiate coach, Goodwin won 111            only 160 pounds. He only played in two games during his
games, including a school record of 102 at Northwestern State.   senior year – the first one and the last one – because of a
He is also the Southland Conference’s all-time leader in         broken ankle.
victories and is a two-time winner of the league’s coach of         Goodwin, a member of the Southland Conference Hall of
the year award.                                                  Fame, came to Henderson State as a walk-on who developed
   Goodwin’s Northwestern State teams won four Southland         into an All-Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference player on
                                                                 offense and defense. He earned NAIA All-America honors as
                                                                                    a guard in 1965, and he was included in
                                                                                    the AIC’s All-Decade team by Dave
                                                                                    Campbell’s Arkansas Football Magazine.
                                                                                       Goodwin was also a three-time AIC
                                                                                    champion in the discus, setting a
                                                                                    conference record in 1965.
                                                                                       Goodwin is married to the former Kim
                                                                                    Harris. A native of Natchitoches, La., Kim
                                                                                    has four children: Austin, Taylor, Dillon and
                                                                                    Tiffany.
                                                                                       Goodwin has three children: Robbie Lyn,
                                                                                    Angie and Jay; and four grandchildren.




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                       ATHLETIC ADmINISTRATION
                           DR. DAVID THIGPEN                                                                                  TROY mITCHELL
                      ASSOC. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR                                                                       SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR
                      NCAA COMPLIANCE                                                                                MARKETING & PROMOTIONS
                      HENDRIX COLLEGE (1976)                                                                         OHIO UNIVERSITY (1989)
  Dr. David Thigpen is in his first year as associate athletic director in charge of NCAA       Beginning his 20th year in the sports information field, Troy Mitchell is in his fourth
compliance after serving five years as assistant athletic director. He also served as the     year as sports information director at Henderson State. Mitchell also handles much of
head women’s basketball coach at Henderson State from 1989-2001.                              the marketing and promotional duties for the athletic department.
  Thigpen led Henderson State to two regular-season Gulf South Conference titles and            Mitchell also serves on the CoSida Publications Contest Committee, is the South
was named GSC Coach of the Year in 1994.                                                      Region Chair of the Daktronics Softball and Women’s Basketball Teams, and is a member
  He earned his bachelor degree from Hendrix College in Conway in 1976. Thigpen               of the NCBWA.
earned an M.S. degree from the University of Central Arkansas in 1984, his Ed.S. from           While at Henderson State, Mitchell has been the local media coordinator for the 2005
the University of Arkansas in 1988, and his doctorate from the University of Arkansas in      and 2006 NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Elite 8 Championships in Hot Springs.
1994.                                                                                           Mitchell served 10 years as an assistant sports information director at the University
  Thigpen’s first job was in DeWitt, where he was head junior high football, basketball       of Louisiana at Monroe.
and track coach, as well as senior high girls’ basketball coach, from 1976-82.                  Mitchell attended Ohio University and earned his bachelor’s degree in health and
  From there, he returned to Hendrix to serve as assistant men’s basketball coach             human services in 1989.
during the 1982-83 season.                                                                      While at Ohio, Mitchell served as a student assistant working with the Bobcat baseball,
  After stints as an assistant coach at Northwestern State (La.), head coach at Arkadelphia   volleyball, and wrestling teams, as well as assisting with game day operations for football
High School and assistant men’s coach at Henderson State, Thigpen became the Lady             and basketball.
Reddies’ head basketball coach in 1989.                                                         Prior to his appointment at ULM, Mitchell worked two years at Northwestern State and
  Thigpen and his wife, head volleyball coach Rhonda Thigpen, have two children: son          Tulane University.
Zane and daughter Sealy.                                                                        Mitchell has also worked numerous events such as the 1992 Olympic Trials in New
                                                                                              Orleans, the 1992 and 1993 Sugar Bowls, New Orleans Saints football games, and
                                                                                              several conference tournament events.
                                                                                                For the past 16 years, Mitchell has been the coordinator of the Independence Bowl
                                                                                              statistics crew which earned the title of the nation’s best stat crew the last five years
                             RHONDA THIGPEN                                                   according to the NCAA Bowl game evaluations.
                                                                                                He has earned numerous awards both on the national and state levels for his media
                                                                                              guides and fact sheets, including earning first place from the Louisiana Sports Writers
                      SENIOR WOMEN’S ADMINISTRATOR                                            Association in July of 2003 for best fact sheet.
                      HEAD VOLLEYBALL COACH                                                     A member of the Arkadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Mitchell is an avid supporter of
                                                                                              the Make-A-Wish Foundation organizing a fund-raiser each year to help make a child’s
                      OUACHITA BAPTIST (1978)                                                 wish in Clark County become a reality.
                                                                                                The Zanesville, Ohio, native is married to the former Veronica Goodwin of West
  Coach Rhonda Thigpen has a full load. Aside from being head coach of a highly               Monroe, La., and has one stepdaughter, Daphne.
successful volleyball program, Thigpen doubles as Senior Women’s Administrator.
  In 1990, Thigpen took over a mediocre program and quickly turned it into a force to be
reckoned with in the old Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference. Shortly thereafter, she
brought the Lady Reddies to national prominence at the NAIA level, advancing to the
Final Four in 1992 and 1993.
  Henderson State carried its volleyball dominance over to the Gulf South Conference                                          LENETTE BAILEY
in 1994, winning the first of what would become two consecutive GSC Tournament
championships.                                                                                                       COORDINATOR OF ACADEMIC SUCCESS
  Since arriving to Henderson State, she has coached six All-Americans, had over 40
players earn All-Conference Honors and was named conference Coach of the Year five
                                                                                                                     ASST. SENIOR WOMEN’S ADMINISTRATOR
times.                                                                                                               HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY (2000)
  Thigpen is approaching her 400th career win at Henderson State, recording 388
entering the 2006 season.                                                                       Lennette Bailey joined the Henderson State athletic staff in the fall of 2005 and serves
  Thigpen is a 1978 graduate of Ouachita Baptist University. She coached at Arkadelphia       as Coordinator of the Athletic Academic Success Program and Assistant Senior Women’s
High School for 10 seasons, compiling a record of 271 wins and only 30 losses. Thigpen        Administrator.
won five state championships at AHS, and her teams were state runner-up three other             Bailey works with various support services on campus and organizes tutorial sessions,
times.                                                                                        coordinates Henderson’s Champ’s Life Skills Program for student-athletes, serves as
  In 2002, Thigpen was inducted into the Reddie Hall of Honor.                                a liaison between the faculty, student-athlete and athletic department, works in
  Thigpen and her husband, associate athletic director Dr. David Thigpen, have two            collaboration with faculty and academic advisors to ensure that each athlete follows his
children: son Zane and daughter Sealy.                                                        or her degree plan, and monitors their academic progress.
                                                                                                Bailey’s duties as ASWA includes attending conference and NCAA meetings, assist
                                                                                              with marketing the women’s athletics program, and working with the coaching staff in
                                                                                              athletic administrative matters.
                          DR. DAVID GARDNER                                                     Prior to arriving at Henderson State, Bailey worked as special services coordinator
                                                                                              for the City of Sherwood Department of Parks and Recreation.
                                                                                                Bailey also worked as an assistant recreation coordinator for the Arkansas Easter
                       FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE                                        Seals in Little Rock.
                       ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS                                       Bailey earned her bachelor of science in recreation at Henderson State in 2000. In
                                                                                              2002, she earned her master’s degree of science in sports administration.
                       ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY (1968)                                         Bailey is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics.

  David Gardner, associate professor of mathematics, is in his 14th year as Henderson
State’s faculty athletic representative to the Gulf South Conference.
  Gardner’s duties include all eligibility checks on the Henderson State campus. He
serves as the school’s liaison in all GSC and NCAA matters.
  Gardner is a 1968 graduate of Arkansas State and earned his master’s of education
in mathematics from ASU in 1971.
  He is a member of the Mathematical Association of America, the National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics, and the Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

                                                       9 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 9
                              ATHLETIC TRAINING
                  mARK mYERS                                    RAmONICA SCOTT                                 JOSIE mOODY
                  m.ED, ATC/L                                   mS ATC                                         ATC
                         ATHLETIC                                   ASST. ATHLETIC                               ASST. ATHLETIC
                         TRAINER                                       TRAINER                                      TRAINER
                      SECOND YEAR                                   SECOND YEAR                                   FIRST YEAR
                    THE CITADEL (2000)                              TULSA (2003)                                ARKANSAS (2003)

    Mark Myers is in his second year as          Ramonica Scott is in her second year         Josie Moody is in her first season as
the head athletic trainer for Henderson       as assistant athletic trainer at             part of the Henderson State athletic
.                                             Henderson.                                   training staff after serving a year at
    Myers is primarily responsible for the       Scott is primarily responsible for        BaySport Physical Therapy in Santa
care of HSU’s Divison II athletes. Myers      coverage of volleyball and women’s           Clara, Calif.
is an approved clinical instructor in         basketball. She also supervises athletic        Moody will assist with the Reddie
Henderson’s CAAHEP Athletic Training          training students as an approved clinical    football team as well as basketball.
Education Program and is the instructor       instructor within HSU’s CAAHEP                  Moody earned her bachelor of
for Prevention and Treatment of Athletic      accredited Athletic Training Education       science in education from the University
Injuries, Special Topics in Athletic          Program. Her teaching responsibilities       of Arkansas in 2003, and just completed
Training, and Medical Terminology.            include Introduction to Athletic Training,   her master’s in kinesiology from San
    Myers began his athletic training         Evaluation and Assessment of the             Jose State University.
career as a student at Salisbury State        Lower Extremities, and Athletic Training          A member of the National Athletic
University in Maryland. He graduated          Practicum I and III.                         Trainer ’s Association, Moody has
in December 1997 Cum Laude with a                Scott began her education in 1998         worked numerous camps including the
bachelor’s degree in physical education.      as an athletic training student at Tyler     John Rittman Softball Camp in Stanford,
    Myers completed his master of             Junior College in Tyler, Texas where she     Calif. and the ASC Contact Football
education degree in physical education        graduated suma cum laude with an             Camp in Atherton, Calif.
from The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. in       associate of arts degree in kinesiology.
June 2000.                                       In 2000 she transferred to the
    In August of 2000, he became an           University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Okla. where
assistant athletic trainer at Georgetown      she majored in athletic training.
University. While there, he was primarily        In May 2003, she graduated cum
responsible for coverage of football,         laude with a bachelor’s of science in
women’s basketball and baseball.              athletic      training.      While      an
    From August 2001-July 2005 he was         undergraduate at the University of
an assistant athletic trainer at Elon         Tulsa, she worked with a variety of
University. During his tenure he              sports.
provided treatment and rehabilitation for        In May 2005 she completed he
Division I AA football, women’s track,        master of education degree in sports
and men’s and women’s golf. Myers was         administration from Northwestern State
                                                                                                LORRAINE              LANCE
also the instructor for Therapeutic           University in Natchitoches, La.
                                                                                               HALLONQUIST           GHOLSTON
Modalities and Clinical Education III in         She is currently licensed as an              GRADUATE ASST.       GRADUATE ASST.
the university’s CAAHEP approved              athletic trainer in the state of Arkansas      ATHLETIC TRAINER     ATHLETIC TRAINER
curriculum program.                           and Louisiana and has her national
    Myers is certified in American Red        athletic training certification. Certified
Cross Community First Aid and Safety,         in both first aid and CPR though the             TEAm DOCTORS
and the American Heart Association’s          American Red Cross, she has taught
CPR for the Healthcare Provider. He is        both at the collegiate level while.
a licensed athletic trainer in the state of
Arkansas and has been a certified               Her extracuricular activities included
member of the National Athletic               membership in the Sigma Gamma Rho
Trainers’ Association since February          Sorority.
1998.
    He has been a presenter at a variety
of state, regional, and national athletic
training symposiums.
                                                                                            DR. JAMES BRYAN       DR. KEN MARTIN

                                         10 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 10
                              ATHLETIC TRAINING
                  JOHN mILLER                                  ATHLETIC TRAINING FACILITIES
                  mSE, ATC/L                     Head athletic trainer Mark Myers,         Wells Center which features the latest
                    ATHLETIC TRAINING          along with assistant trainers Ramonica      state of-the-art therapeutic modalities.
                   PROGRAM DIRECTOR            Scott and Josie Moody, operate a top-
                       SIXTH YEAR              notch medical training facility that
                  HENDERSON STATE (1997)       caters to the student-athletes of all 11
                                               sports at Henderson State.
    John Miller is the director of the
                                                 The athletic training facility, located
Athletic Training Education Program at
                                               in the Reddie Athletic Center, is
Henderson State.
                                               equipped with five exam tables, four
    Under Miller’s leadership, the ATEP
                                               taping tables, three whirlpools, and a
has recently gained accreditation from
                                               rehabilitation center.
the Commission on the Accreditation of
                                                 In addition to the Reddie Athletic
Allied Health Education Professions
                                               Center training room, an athletic
(CAAHEP).
                                               training education lab is located at the
    Miller began his career in athletic
training at Henderson State in 1995 as
a student trainer. In 1997, he became
the graduate student assistant athletic
trainer.
    In 1998, he left HSU to join the sports
medicine staff at Arkansas Sports
Medicine.
    In fall of 1996, he completed his
teaching internship at Gurdon High
School in biology, physical education,
and physical science.
    Miller completed his master’s of
science in education degree in 1998.                  ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAm
    Upon his return to Henderson he took
on an array of collegiate teaching               The Athletic Training Education
responsibilities in physical education,       Program at Henderson is a two part
allied health, and anatomy. He has also       academic program.
been a CPR instructor, certifying                The program consists of the pre-
hundreds across the state over his years      professional year and then a three year
as an educator.                               professional program.
    His professional development                 During the first year of the program,
includes serving as chair of the              the student will strive to meet the
Arkansas Athletic Trainer’s Education         standards of admission to the
Committee. He has attended numerous           professional program and ultimately a
state and national meetings and served        bachelor of science degree with a major
as an examiner/model for the National         in athletic training.
Athletic Trainer’s Certification Exam.           Students are required to enroll in        injuries, therapeutic modalities,
                   Miller is an active        “Introduction to Athletic Training” before   rehabilitation,        administration,
advocate for the improvement of               they are allowed to participate in any       emergency medical technology,
comprehensive health care coverage            program activities.                          advanced anatomy and physiology, and
for high schools across the state of             Once course requirements are              kinesiology.
Arkansas.                                     successfully completed, observers are           As seniors, athletic training students
    Miller is a member of the National        allowed to perform at the university’s       are matched up in both medical and
Athletic Trainer ’s Association, the          different athletic venues under the          rehabilation internships at off campus
Southwest Regional Athletic Trainer’s         supervision of staff-certified athletic      sites regionally.
Association, and the Arkansas Athletic        trainers.                                       As final semester seniors, students
Trainer’s Association.                           The professional program is an            should be prepared for the National
                                              intensive three years. It includes classes   Athletic Trainers’ Association’s Board of
                                              in evaluation and assessment of athletic     Certification Exam.
                                      11 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 11
                        REDDIE ATHLETIC STAFF
           REDDIE ADmINISTRATION                                                          REDDIE HEAD COACHES




 SAM GOODWIN             DR. DAVID THIGPEN           RHONDA THIGPEN           RICHIE BRUISTER      JOHN HARVEY         BRENDA JOINER
 Athletic Director      Assoc. Athletic Director    Senior Women’s Admin.          Softball          Baseball          Women’s Tennis &
                                                    Head Volleyball Coach                                               Cross Country




 TROY MITCHELL           ANGIE BRADSHAW               LENETTE BAILEY          COAK MATTHEWS          JOSHUA            SCOTT MAXFIELD
 Sports Information        Administrative               Assistant SWA         Swimming & Diving     MATTHEWS               Football
      Director               Assistant              Coord. Athletic Success                       Women’s Basketball




  MARK MYERS             RAMONICA SCOTT                JOSIE MOODY             BLAKE McAFEE         SAM WEAVER
Head Athletic Trainer    Asst. Athletic Trainer      Asst. Athletic Trainer    Men’s & Women’s     Men’s Basketball
                                                                                     Golf



                                  ATHLETIC STAFF DIRECTORY (870)
STAFF MEMBER                       POSITION                                    OFFICE                    E-MAIL
Sam Goodwin                        Athletic Director                           230-5072                  goodwis@hsu.edu
Dr. David Thigpen                  Asst. Athletic Director                     230-5485                  thigped@hsu.edu
Rhonda Thigpen                     SWA & Head Volleyball Coach                 230-5194                  thigper@hsu.edu
Lenette Bailey                     Asst. SWA & Coord. Athletic Success         230-5010                  baileyc@hsu.edu
Troy Mitchell                      Sports Information Director                 230-5197                  mitchet@hsu.edu
Angie Bradshaw                     Administrative Assistant                    230-5161                  bradsha@hsu.edu
Monica Caldwell                    Athletic Insurance Coordinator              230-5202                  caldwem@hsu.edu
Mark Myers                         Head Athletic Trainer                       230-5069                  myers@hsu.edu
Josie Moody                        Asst. Athletic Trainer                      230-5426                  moodyj@hsu.edu
Ramonica Scott                     Asst. Athletic Trainer                      230-5426                  scottro@hsu.edu
Richie Bruister                    Softball Coach                              230-5575                  bruistr@hsu.edu
Coy Campbell                       Asst. Football Coach                        230-5522                  campbeco@hsu.edu
Collea Carter                      Asst. Volleyball Coach                      230-5161                  carterc@hsu.edu
Drew Causey                        Asst. Football Coach                        230-5030                  causeyd@hsu.edu
Greg Davis                         Asst. Football Coach                        230-5033                  davisga@hsu.edu
Matt Gordon                        Asst. Football Coach                        230-5068                  gordonm@hsu.edu
John Harvey                        Baseball Coach                              230-5071                  harveyj@hsu.edu
Robert Henry                       Asst. Football Coach                        230-5195                  henryr@hsu.edu
Brenda Joiner                      Women’s Tennis & Women’s Cross Country      230-5444                  joinerb@hsu.edu
Coak Matthews                      Swimming & Diving Coach                     230-5206                  matthec@hsu.edu
Joshua Matthews                    Women’s Basketball Coach                    230-5123                  matthej@hsu.edu
Scott Maxfield                     Football Coach                              230-5201                  maxfiem@hsu.edu
Blake McAfee                       Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach                  230-5177                  mcafeeb@hsu.edu
Crystal Oates                      Asst. Women’s Basketball Coach              230-5467                  oatesc@hsu.edu
Terry Reed                         Asst. Men’s Basketball Coach                230-5193                  reedt@hsu.edu
Clint Smith                        Strength Coach                              230-5900                  smithr@hsu.edu
Sam Weaver                         Men’s Head Basketball Coach                 230-5196                  weavert@hsu.edu

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                          GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE
                                   A c a d e m i c            Delta State, Florence State (now North
                               excellence,         41    Alabama), Jacksonville State, Livingston (now West           GSC COmmISSIONERS
                               N a t i o n a l           Alabama), Tennessee-Martin and Troy State were
                               Championships and a       the charter members who launched the league.            Nate Salant            (1992-Present)
                               leadership role in the    Scheduling problems for the 1970-71 academic            Sonny Moran            (1987-1992)
                               NCAA’s Division II        year limited the GSC to football, won by Jacksonville   Ralph McFillen         (1984-1987)
                               make the Gulf South       State. In 1971, the addition of Southeast Louisiana     Hayden Riley           (1982-1984)
                               Conference (GSC)          (SELA) and Nichols State increased the                  Jim McCullough         (1979-1982)
                               something special. As     membership to eight.                                    Stan Galloway          (1971-1979)
                               a charter member of            The league opened an office in Hammond, LA,
D-II, the league’s 15 universities in six southeastern   changed its name to the Gulf South Conference
states enter the 37th year of setting the standards      and began championships in nine men’s sports.                   GSC NATIONAL
nationally, always breaking new ground.                       The conference continued with seven teams                 CHAmPIONSHIPS
In the summer of 1970, six college presidents met        until 1981, when the CEOs admitted Valdosta State,
to talk about athletics; when the meeting ended, a       followed by West Georgia (1983). In 1991,
                                                                                                                         1971-2006 (41)
new league emerged—the Mid-South                         Tennessee-Martin and Troy State went Division I,         BASEBALL (5)
Conference—started by, and to this day run by, the       briefly dropping the GSC back to seven members,          Delta State (2004)
CEOs, the first in NCAA history. To this day, it is      before the beginning of an expansion resulting in        Troy State (1986, 87)
that CEO-control and involvement that makes the          ten new members: Lincoln Memorial (1992-93);             Jacksonville State (1990, 91)
league work and its 14 championships (football;          Alabama-Huntsville, Henderson State, Central
men’s & women’s cross country and soccer;                Arkansas and Mississippi University for Women
volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball, tennis and       (1993-94); West Florida (1994-95); and Arkansas-         MEN’S BASKETBALL (3)
golf; softball and baseball) so bitterly contested.      Monticello, Arkansas Tech, Montevallo and                North Alabama (1979, 91)
    From that point forward, the GSC has been            Southern Arkansas (1995-96). Jacksonville State          Jacksonville State (1985)
giant steps ahead of the D-II pack. Dating back to       went Division I at the end of 1992-93. Mississippi
1997, the league has found neutral sites paying          College dropped to Division III at the end of 1995-      WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (7)
sizeable guarantees for most of its team                 96, and was replaced by Christian Brothers to keep       Delta State (1975, 76, 77, 89, 90, 92)
championships. NCAA Conventions regularly                the Conference at 16 schools. In July 2000, the          Southeastern Louisiana (1977*)
feature GSC-proposed or inspired legislation. No         GSC welcomed Harding University and Ouachita
one wins more regionals or earns more NCAA post-         Baptist University, making it the largest NCAA
season bids. In 2004, the league purchased its own       conference at any level with 18 schools. MUW             FOOTBALL (9)
new construction office space. But the crowning          dropped its athletics program at the end of the          Delta State (2000)
moment came last year, when the GSC debuted              2002-03 season, decreasing the membership to             North Alabama (1993, 94, 95)
its highly successful “GSC-TV Live” package of           17.                                                      Troy State (1984, 87)
nine football games and its basketball finals. Add            Former Commissioner Jim McCullough moved            Valdosta State (2004)
to that its web-TV show, “GSC Sports Weekly,” and        the GSC office to Birmingham. The current                West Alabama (1971)
you can see why 2005-06 was so special and why           Commissioner, Nathan (Nate) N. Salant, has been          Jacksonville State (1992)
2006-07 should be even better.                           in office since October, 1992. He is assisted by
    We take pride in our 41 National Team                Assistant Commissioner for Media and Public
Championships in 12 sports and more than 100             Affairs Michael Anderson, Sports Information             MEN’S GOLF (4)
regional titles, especially because there is no          Assistant Michael Banks and Assistant to the             Troy State (1976, 77, 84)
sacrifice on the academic side, where GSC                Commissioner Andrea Nguyen. The Chairman of
student-athletes regularly earn Academic All-            the GSC Board of Directors is Dr. David Rankin           West Florida (2001)
America. The Conference added one more                   (Southern Arkansas). Joining him on the executive        WOMEN’S GOLF (3)
National Title to its resume in 2005-06 when             committee are Vice Chair Dr. Beheruz Sethna              Troy State (1984, 86, 89)
Valdosta State captured its first-ever NCAA Men’s        (West Georgia) and past-Chair Dr. Robert Brown
Tennis Crown, marking the third consecutive GSC          (Arkansas Tech). The Supervisors of Officials are
                                                                                                                  WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS (2)
National Men’s Tennis Championship (West Florida         Bill Johnson (Football), John Caldwell (Basketball-
“back-to-backed” (deleted words, added quotes) in        West Division) and Mike Murphy (Basketball-East          Jacksonville State (1984, 85)
2004 and 2005).                                          Division).
                                                                                                                  HOCKEY (2)
           2005 FINAL GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE STANDINGS                                                             Alabama-Huntsville (1996, 98)
                       CONFERNCE                                    OVERALL
                       W L   PCT.                PF      PA         W L    PCT.          PF     PA      STK       WOMEN’S SOCCER (1)
  !#6 Central Arkansas 8  1  .889                360     134        11 3   .786          563    258     L-1       Christian Brothers (2002)
  !#4 North Alabama    7  2  .778                347     146        11 3   .786          509    250     L-1
  West Georgia         7  2  .778                282     140        7  4   .636          305    302     W-1       MEN’S TENNIS (3)
  !#14 Valdosta State  7  2  .778                269     190        9  3   .750          338    249     L-2       Valdosta State (2006)
  Delta State          6  3  .667                291     223        7  4   .636          360    286     W-3       West Florida (2004, 2005)
  Arkansas Tech        6  3  .667                245     263        7  3   .700          280    295     L-2
  Harding              4  5  .444                154     193        6  5   .546          246    234     W-2
                                                                                                                  TRACK (1)
  Southern Arkansas    4  5  .444                262     253        6  5   .546          327    267     W-1
  Henderson State      2  7  .222                171     294        3  8   .273          246    350     L-1       Southeastern Louisiana (1975)
  Ouachita Baptist     2  7  .222                217     321        2  8   .200          238    359     L-4
  Arkansas-Monticello  1  8  .111                146     395        1  10 .091           160    491     L-7       WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL (1)
  West Alabama         0  9  .000                125     317        2  9   .182          196    329     L-9       North Alabama (2003)

  National rankings are from the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Poll; GSC Champion in BOLD;                            Current members in BOLD
  !—NCAA Playoff Qualifier                                                                                        *--Small College Division Champion

                                                13 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 13
       REDDIE COACHING STAFF
   SCOTT mAxFIELD
                     HEAD COACH
                     SECOND SEASON
                     LOUISIANA TECH (1984)
                     CAREER RECORD
                     • 32-20 (5 YEARS)


   Henderson State football coach Scott Maxfield is
determined to make the Reddies winners. His intensity and
passion for the game is what he wants to instill in his players.
   In his second season at Henderson State, Maxfield is
already making his presence known. The 2005 Reddies
recorded their first winning season at home since 1985, and
won its first homecoming game since 1995 with a win over
West Alabama.
   “We are committed to making this program a winning one,
said Maxfield. “We are committed to recruiting great athletes,     level,” said Maxfield. “We want explosive players that are
that can perform both on the field and in the classroom.”          willing to work to become champions. They have to be willing
   It’s been 20 years since Henderson State has celebrated         to give the extra effort and have the desire to win.”
winning a conference championship, but Maxfield hopes to              Maxfield and his staff put the Reddies through an intense
change all that soon. Henderson State’s last winning season        and rigorous spring camp.
was in 1995.                                                          “Our main concern in the spring was to make sure our
   Maxfield’s first Reddie team finished with a 3-8 record,        players learned both the new offensive and defensive
with most of the players on that team being underclassmen.         schemes,” said Maxfield. “We accomplished a great deal
With 18 starters                                                   during spring practices. The transfers that came in at midterm
returning in 2006                                                  really worked hard and have helped us get prepared for the
and with a strong                                                  fall. We will have a lot of teaching to do when the new players
corps of incoming                                                  arrive in August, but by preparing our players that were in
recruits, perhaps                                                  house during the spring, they can be a big asset for us when
Henderson State                                                    fall workouts begin.”
can record its first                                                  A proven winner, Maxfield led Blinn College to back-to-
winning season in 11                                               back playoff appearances prior to his arrival at Henderson
years.                                                             State.
   Maxfield       has                                                That is what Maxfield instilled in his players at Blinn. During
brought in over 100                                                his three years at the Brenham, Texas school, Maxfield
players in his first                                               compiled a 20-10 record and a pair of playoff appearances.
two years from all                                                   Blinn finished with a 9-2 record in 2004, finishing ranked
over the country.                                                  No. 7 nationally, and advancing to the Southwest Junior
Most of these                                                      College Conference semifinals before losing to Tyler Junior
players have come                                                  College.
from traditionally                                                   The Buccaneers ranked second nationally in total offense
winning programs                                                   averaging 469.9 yards per game, including 269 yards passing
and they understand                                                per game which ranked fifth in the nation.
the importance of                                                     Maxfield’s offense also lit up the scoreboard at Blinn
winning.                                                           averaging 46.1 points per game.
   “We are looking                                                    After posting a 4-5 mark in his first year at Blinn, Maxfield
for the right people                                               kick-started the Bucs’ offense in 2003 and carried the
for our program to                                                 Buccaneers to the playoffs for the first time in three years.
get us to the next

                                        14 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 14
                     REDDIE COACHING STAFF
                                                                              THE mAxFIELD FILE
                                                                    BIRTHDATE:                              Oct. 11, 1960
                                                                    HIGH SCHOOL:                            John Tyler High School
                                                                    COLLEGE:                                Louisiana Tech (1984)
                                                                    HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS:                  Football and Baseball
                                                                    COLLEGE ATHLETICS:                      Football - four letters as
                                                                                                            a guard and center
                                                                    COACHING CAREER:
                                                                      1983     Louisiana Tech               Student Assistant
                                                                      1984-86  Mississippi                  Graduate Assistant
                                                                      1986-91  Northwest Mississippi        Offensive Line Coach
                                                                      1991-94  Northwestern State           Defensive Line Coach
                                                                      1994-96  Northwestern State           Defensive Coordinator
                                                                      1996-00  Northwest Mississippi        Offensive Coordinator
                                                                      2001     Pearl River CC               Head Coach
                                                                      2001-04  Blinn College                Head Coach
                                                                      2005-    Henderson State              Head Coach

                                                                    PERSONAL: Wife Beth Ann; one daughter Alexandra Hailey

                                                                             • HEAD COACHING CAREER •
Blinn finished the 2003 season with an overall record of 7-3,
but it was the Bucs’ offense that caught the nation’s attention.    YEAR     SCHOOL            ALL       CONF                  FINISH
                                                                    2001     Pearl River CC    7-2                             2nd
   Blinn fielded one of the most dangerous offensive attacks        2002     Blinn College     4-5       2-4 (SWJCFC)          4th
in junior college history, averaging 558 yards and 52 points        2003     Blinn College     7-3       4-2 (SWJCFC)          2nd
a game. The Bucs had three All-Americans on offense and             2004     Blinn College     9-2       5-1 (SWJCFC)          2nd
                                                                    2005     Henderson State   3-8       2-7 (GSC)             T-8th
sent four offensive players on to the Division I level.
   The former Offensive Coordinator of the Year spent one
year as head football coach at Pearl River Community               was defensive line coach from 1991-94, before becoming
College in Mississippi, before taking the job at Blinn.            Goodwin’s defensive coordinator from 1994 to 1996.
   At Pearl River, Maxfield guided the Wildcats to a 7-2 finish,     Maxfield also spent a total of 10 years (1986-1990 and
the first winning season for the school since 1995. The offense    1996-2001) at Northwest Mississippi Community College.
finished first in the National Junior College Athletic               A graduate of John Tyler High School in Tyler, Texas,
Association in total team offense, averaging 460.5 yards per       Maxfield was a four-year letterman at Louisiana Tech
game, and was also first in passing offense, averaging 315.8       University where he played offensive guard and center. After
yards per game.                                                    his eligibility was finished, Maxfield served as a student
   His previous five seasons were spent with Northwest             assistant for the Bulldogs before becoming a graduate
Mississippi Community College in Senatobia where he was            assistant at Ole Miss.
the offensive coordinator.                                           Maxfield and his wife Beth Ann, who holds a doctorate in
   Maxfield, who holds a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana          English, have been married for 21 years. They have one
                                     Tech and his master’s         daughter, Alexandra Hailey, who is 17 years old.
                                     from the United States
                                     Sports Academy, was
                                     named           Offensive
                                     Coordinator of the Year
                                     for Community and
                                     Junior Colleges in 1999
                                     by American Football
                                     Coach Magazine.
                                        His 18 years of
                                     coaching experience
                                     includes five years as an
                                     assistant at Northwestern
                                     State University in
                                     Natchitoches, La.
                                        Working under current
                                     Athletic Director and then
                                     coach of the Demons
                                     Sam Goodwin, Maxfield         THE MAXFIELD’S: Beth Ann, Scott, and Alexandra Hailey

                                     15 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 15
        REDDIE COACHING STAFF
     ROBERT HENRY   COY CAmPBELL
                      ASSISTANT COACH                                                       ASSISTANT COACH
                      DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR                                                 WIDE RECEIVERS
                      SECOND SEASON                                                         SECOND SEASON
                      MISSISSIPPI (1984)                                                    CONCORD (2002)


    Robert Henry is in his second season as Henderson State’s              Coy Campbell is in his second year at Henderson State as
defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.                           wide receivers coach.
    Henry has made numerous coaching stops over his 29 year                Before coming to Henderson State in January of 2005, Campbell
history, at each he has left a positive impact on the program.         spent three years as an assistant coach at Cisco Junior College
    Henry has coached everywhere from the University of                in Texas.
Tennessee to Kossuth High School in Kossuth, Miss.                         In 2003, Cisco ranked third nationally in passing offense and
    At the collegiate level, he has coached in eight bowl games        seventh in total offense with Campbell as receivers coach and
and helped lead three defenses to top 10 finishes in the nation. In    passing game coordinator.
1988 he was nominated for SEC Assistant Coach of the Year.                 Campbell was running backs and tight ends coach at Cisco in
    Other Division I stops for Henry include Baylor, Southern          2002 where he coached Douglas Sherman to a conference rushing
Methodist University, University of Alabama - Birmingham,              title, with Sherman
University of Southern Mississippi, University of Wyoming, and         being named second-
University of Mississippi.                                             team All-American.
    Prior to his arrival to Henderson State, Henry was the defensive       Prior to his stint at
coordinator for Coach Maxfield at Blinn. Blinn finished with a 9-2     Cisco, Campbell spent
record this past fall with the defense ranking first in the league     four years at Concord
allowing just 14.2 points per game and an average of just 203.9        University in West
yards per contest.                                                     Virginia where he
    Henry was the head coach and athletic director for one season      coached          outside
at Kossuth High School before his stint at Blinn and after spending    linebackers.
time at Baylor and Wyoming.                                                While at Concord,
    At Wyoming, Henry coached defensive ends and served as             Campbell was also
special teams coordinator. At Baylor, he was the director of player    responsible             for
development.                                                           recruiting and the
    Henry began his coaching career at R.H. Watkins High School        development of players,
in Laurel, Miss. He served as defensive coordinator on the             as well as daily drills for
Tornadoes’ staff from 1977 to 1979.                                    his position.
    After three years at Watkins, Henry joined the staff at Southern       Campbell earned a
Mississippi as a defensive assistant.                                  degree                   in
    During his coaching tenure, he has coached seven All-              communication arts
Americans and numerous future NFL players, including Jerry Ball        with an emphasis in
at SMU.                                                                broadcast journalism in
                                                                       2002.
                   THE HENRY FILE
 BIRTHDATE: September 19                                                               THE CAmPBELL FILE
 COLLEGE: University of Mississippi, 1977                               BIRTHDATE: November 9

 COACHING CAREER:                                                       HIGH SCHOOL: Capitol High School
   1977-79 Defensive Coordinator: R.H. Watkins High School
   1980-81 Defensive Assistant: University Southern Mississippi         COLLEGE: Concord University, 2002
   1982-86 Defensive Assistant: Southern Methodist University
   1987-88 Defensive Assistant: University of Tennessee                 COACHING CAREER:
   1988-91 Defensive Assistant: University of Mississippi                 1999-02  Student Assistant Coach: Concord University
   1994-95 Defensive Line Coach: Northwestern State University            2002-04  Assistant Coach: Cisco Junior College
   1995-96 Defensive Assistant: Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham               2005-    Wide Receivers Coach: Henderson State
   2001    Director of Player Development: Baylor University
   2002    Defensive Line Coach: University of Wyoming
   2003    Head Coach, Athletic Director: Kossuth High School
   2004    Defensive Coordinator: Blinn College

                                            16 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 16
               REDDIE COACHING STAFF
             GREG DAVIS     mATT GORDON
                        ASSISTANT COACH                                                         ASSISTANT COACH
                        OFFENSIVE LINE                                                          DEFENSIVE BACKS
                        FIRST SEASON                                                            SECOND SEASON
                        TEXAS CHRISTIAN (1998)                                                  CONCORD (2002)



    Greg Davis is entering his first season as the offensive line coach.      Matt Gordon begins his first season at Henderson State as the
    Davis spent the last two seasons as the offensive line coach at        Reddies’ defensive safeties coach.
Upper Iowa University.                                                        Gordon comes to Henderson State after spending 2004 at Blinn
    Prior to his stint at Upper Iowa, Davis served as an assistant         Junior College under Coach Scott Maxfield as defensive secondary
head coach at Independence Community College where he was                  coach.
also offensive line coach and run game coordinator.                           While at Blinn, the Bucs had one of the best pass defenses in
    Davis spent his first two seasons coaching in 2000 and 2001            the Southwest Junior College Conference allowing just 141 passing
at Division I-AA Stephen F. Austin State University.                       yards per game.
    In 2002, Davis became the offensive line coach and strength               Gordon also spent two seasons at Cisco Junior College as
coordinator at Bacone College in Muskogee, Okla.                           linebackers coach, defensive line coach and strength and
    Davis played his college football at Texas Christian University        conditioning coach.
from 1994-98. While at TCU, Davis participated in two bowl games              Gordon has worked numerous camps including the Elite Sports
- the Independence Bowl and the Sun Bowl.                                  - Pigskin Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii, The O-D Camp at Sam
    Following the 1998 Sun Bowl, Davis earned Sports Illustrated           Houston State University and the ASC Contact Camp at Texas
All-Bowl Team honors from the 1998-99 season.                              State University.
                                              Davis participated in the       A 2002 graduate of Concord University, Gordon earned his
                                              New York Giants train-       degree in sports management/
                                              ing camp in 1999 before      physical education.
                                              playing for the Houston         While at Concord, Gordon
                                              Thunder Bears of the         was      an      All-Conference
                                              Arena Football League..      linebacker and was invited to
                                                 He earned a bachelor      play in the college All-Star while
                                              of science degree in         recording 16 sacks.
                                              psychology from Texas           A native of Charlottesville,
                                              Christian University in      Va., Gordon also attended Fork
                                              1998 and his master of       Union Military Academy and is a
                                              science degree in nutri-     1996 graduate of Western
                                              tion from Stephen F.         Albermarle High School where
                                              Austin State.                he was a First-Team All-
                                                 Greg and his wife         Conference football and lacrosse
                                              Karri have two sons,         player.
                                              Reed and Rece.                  Gordon became a member of
                                                                           the American Football Coaches
                                                                           Association in 2002.

                     THE DAVIS FILE                                                         THE GORDON FILE
 BIRTHDATE: March 21                                                        BIRTHDATE: October 14

 HIGH SCHOOL: HM King High School                                           HIGH SCHOOL: Western Albermarle High School

 COLLEGE: Texas Christian University, 1998                                  COLLEGE: Concord University, 2002

 COACHING CAREER:                                                           COACHING CAREER:
   2000-01   Tight Ends: Stephen F. Austin                                    2002-03  Linebackers Coach: Cisco Junior College
   2002-03   Offensive Line Coach: Bacone College                             2003-04  Defensive Line Coach: Cisco Junior College
   2003-04   Assistant Head Coach: Independence College                       2004     Secondary Coach: Blinn Junior College
   2004-06   Offensive Line Coach: Upper Iowa                                 2005-    Safeties Coach: Henderson State
   2006-     Offensive Line Coach: Upper Iowa


                                         17 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 17
              REDDIE COACHING STAFF
           CLINT SmITH     DREW CAUSEY
                       ASSISTANT COACH                                                         ASSISTANT COACH
                       DEFENSIVE LINE                                                          RUNNING BACKS
                       SECOND SEASON                                                           FIRST SEASON
                       CONCORD (2000)                                                          NORTH ALABAMA (2000)


   Clint Smith comes to Henderson State after spending three                Drew Causey is in his first year as running backs coach at
years with Coach Scott Maxfield at Blinn Junior College.                Henderson State. Aside from his on-field coaching duties, Causey
   Smith is in charge of the defensive line and is Henderson State’s    will assume the responsibility as video coordinator as well as assist
strength coach.                                                         with recruiting.
   In 2004 he served as defensive line coach at Blinn as well as            Prior to his arrival at Henderson State, Causey was a graduate
the strength and conditioning coordinator.                              assistant coach at the University of Southern Mississippi assisting
   Smith also played for Coach Maxfield in 1996 and 1997 at             with the Golden Eagle offense.
Northwest Community College and was later hired at Pearl River              Causey also served one year as a student assistant coach at
Community College by Maxfield in 2001.                                  USM, assisting with the offensive line.
   As a player, Smith was an All-State linebacker in 1997 and               While at Southern Miss, Causey assisted the coaching staff
played in Mississippi JUCO All-Star Game.                               with player game evaluations and the scouting of opponents.
   After leaving Mississippi, Smith finished up his eligibility at          Causey played two years at Pearl River Community College
Concord University in West Virginia. His senior year, he was team       before transferring for his final two seasons at North Alabama.
captain, defensive MVP and was named first team All-Conference.             While at Pearl River, he was named the team’s most valuable
                                        Smith graduated from            offensive lineman as a sophomore. He also was named to the All-
                                    Concord in 2000 with a              State Team.
                                    bachelor of science in                  As a senior, he helped lead North Alabama to the Gulf South
                                    interdisciplinary studies.          Conference Championship.
                                        Smith was linebacker coach          He     was      a    four-year
                                    at Pearl River before moving to     letterwinner at Petal High School
                                    the defensive line at Blinn.        in Petal, Miss. He was named
                                        Smith’s primary goal is to      the team’s most valuable
                                    help develop a stronger and         offensive lineman as a junior and
                                    more conditioned Reddie             senior. He also was named to the
                                    football team.                      All-State Team as a senior and
                                        A fierce and intense player     was selected to play in the
                                    on the field, he hopes to instill   Mississippi North-South All-Star
                                    that same style into each of the    Game.
                                    Reddie players.                         Causey earned his bachelor’s
                                        Smith has developed a           degree          in        business
                                    rigorous weight training and        administration with an emphasis
                                    conditioning program, and has       in marketing from North
                                    designed a summer workout           Alabama in 2004.
                                    manual for all Reddie student-          Causey earned his master’s
                                    athletes.                           degree in sport administration
                                                                        from Southern Miss in 2005.

                                      THE SmITH FILE                                       THE CAUSEY FILE
 BIRTHDATE: October 28                                                   BIRTHDATE: October 17

 HIGH SCHOOL: Southaven High School (Mississippi)                        HIGH SCHOOL: Petal High School (Mississippi)

 COLLEGE: Concord University, 2000                                       COLLEGE: North Alabama, 2004

 COACHING CAREER:                                                        COACHING CAREER:
   2000     Linebackers Coach: Pikeview High School                        2004      Student Assistant Coach: Southern Miss
   2001     Linebackers Coach: Pearl River Community College               2005      Graduate Assistant Coach: Southern Miss
   2002-04  Defensive Line Coach: Blinn Junior College                     2006-     Running Backs Coach: Henderson State
   2005-    Defensive Line Coach: Henderson State


                                           18 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 18
               REDDIE COACHING STAFF
             mATT HOVE       DANE KING
                      GRADUATE ASSISTANT                                                    STUDENT ASSISTANT
                      FIRST SEASON                                                          FIRST SEASON
                      MAYVILLE STATE (2005)                                                 GONZALES, TEXAS




    Matt Hove is in his first season as graduate assistant coach at       Dane King is in his first season as student assistant coach
Henderson.                                                            after playing setting numerous passing records last season for
    Hove spent the last two seasons as a student assistant coach      the Reddies .
at Mayville State University. While at Mayville he served as              Finishing his degree in communications, King will assist with
linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator. Hove coached three      the Reddie quarterbacks.
All-Conference linebackers.                                               King set the single-season passing record throwing for 2,719
    Hove attended San Francisco State University for one year         yards and aslo set records for touchdown passes with 16, pass
where he wrestled. He then transferred to Mayville State where he     completions with 259 and completion percentage of .557
lettered four seasons at outside linebacker.                              King threw for 386 yards against Valdosta State completing a
    Originally from Bismarck, North Dakota, Hove moved to             single-game record 37 passes on 66 attempts.
Fairfield, Calif. and attended Vanden High School where he was            In his first game as a Reddie, the Gonzales, Texas native threw
All-Conference in football and track, and also was a letterman on     three touchdown passes and completed 22 of 37 passes for 296
the wrestling team.                                                   yards. He later connected with Marques Clark for the longest
    Hove earned his bachelors degree in 2005 in secondary             touchdown pass in Henderson history of 98 yards against Harding.
education with majors in both physical education and physical             King ended the season second in the Gulf South Conference in
science.                                                              average passing yards per game (247.2), and third in the league
    He is currently pursuing a master ’s degree in sports             in total offense (248.6).
administration.                                                           King transferred from Baylor University where he started seven
                                                                      games completing 131 off 222 passes for 1370 yards.
                                                                          He spent the previous two seasons at Blinn Junior College
                                                                      playing for Reddie Coach Scott Maxfield.
            NICK EVANS                                                    While at Blinn, King earned second team National Junior college
                                                                      Athletic Association All-America honors.
                                                                          King holds every Blinn passing record having totaled 4,742
                      STUDENT ASSISTANT                               yards passing while having 36 touchdown tosses.

                      THIRD SEASON
                      CLYDE, OHIO




    Nick Evans is in his third year as a student assistant coach.
    Evens began working at Henderson State in the spring of 2003
working in the equipment room and assisting with offensive and
defensive lines.
    He currently assists Coach Greg Davis with the offensive line.
    A graduate of Clyde High School (Ohio) in 1994, Evans at-
tended the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio where he was a
member of the 1995 NAIA National Championship football team.
    Evans left collage and went to for Henkle Chemical out of De-
troit, Mich. from 1997-2002.
    He returned to his alma mater in 2000 and coached for three
seasons at Clyde High School.



                                      19 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 19
       2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL PREVIEW
          mAxFIELD, REDDIES HOPES TO BRING WINNING BACK TO HENDERSON
   It’s been 10 years since Henderson State last had a winning          rushes and was seventh
season, but with 18 returning starters and 42 veterans, that could      in the league and the
change in 2006.                                                         top freshman running
   Despite having a 3-8 season in his first year as head coach of       back in the GSC.
the Reddies, Coach Scott Maxfield knew that he had young talent             Jace Garrison will
with more on the sidelines and was looking forward to this season.      return to the backfield
   “We were young last year, having to play a lot of freshman and       after seeing most of his
sophomores due to injuries and eligibility issues,” said Maxfield.      action as a receiver in
“Our young players earned valuable playing time and with their          2005. In 2004, Garrison
return, along with those players that had to sit out last year, I am    rushed for 548 yards
very excited for what may lie ahead for this team.”                     and four touchdowns as
   During the off-season, the Reddies focused on becoming               a freshman.
stronger and faster and it showed in the early fall workouts. The           Garrison, however,
Reddies were leaps and bounds ahead of last year with over 40           missed        both    fall
players having a time of 4.6 or better in the 40-yard dash and 25       scrimmages due to a
players having lifted 350 pounds or more on the bench press with        knee injury which
six players having eclipsed the 400-pound mark.                         allowed for Michael
   The biggest loss from last year’s team is quarterback Dane           Spears and De’Antwine
King who set the Henderson State single-season record for passing       Jones to get more time                    Marques Clark
yards with 2,716. King is still with the team as a student coach        running       with    the
and is working with the quarterbacks.                                   football.
   The leading man for the job is sophomore Garett Manning.                 Jones rushed for 1200 yards and scored eight touchdowns last
Manning moves from wide receiver to quarterback after having            season at Central High School in Texas, while Spears was the
caught 47 passes for 580 yards as a freshman. A three-time All-         Class 3A Player of the Year in 2005 at Rice High School in Texas
District performer at Hallettsville High School, Manning completed      where he rushed for 1865 yards and scored 21 touchdowns.
126 of 226 passes for 2,045 yards while rushing for 1,097 yards             Ross Watson and Dustin McAnnally should see time at the
as a senior.                                                            fullback position.
   Manning poses a double threat for the Reddie opponents having            Watson was on the defensive line for the Reddies last season
4.4 speed, the Hallettsville, Texas native can tuck it and run at       having 40 tackles and seven tackles for lost yardage.
any time.                                                                   McAnnally gained over 2000 yards at Perryville High School
   Arkadelphia native Paul Goza also has a strong arm and should        and was chosen All-State and River Valley Running Back of the
see plenty of playing time along with Ouachita Baptist transfer         Year.
Todd Crabtree.                                                              Even with Manning moving from receiver spot to quarterback,
   “This is one position we feel good about,” said Maxfield. “We        the Reddies still have a dangerous corps of receivers.
have three guys who are capable of stepping in and doing the job            Marques Clark led the Reddies last season with 49 receptions
                                                 at anytime. Each       for 700 yards including a school-record 98 touchdown reception,
                                                 one of them brings     while Jason Factuar also returns after having 28 receptions for
                                                 something different    275 yards.
                                                 to the table.”             A big plus for the Reddies is the return of Kevin Austin. Austin
                                                     Last season the    returns after a season-ending injury he suffered early in the third
                                                 Reddies ranked         game last year. In just 10 quarters of play, Austin had 13 receptions
                                                 11th in the Gulf       for 172 yards.
                                                 South Conference           Newcomers Jamar Green and Chris Smith also pose a huge
                                                 in rushing yards per   threat.
                                                 game averaging             Smith attended Central Arkansas last season but redshirted.
                                                 just 113 yards per     Prior to his year at UCA, Smith was an All-State receiver at
                                                 contest. Maxfield is   Blytheville High School where he totaled 50 catches for 926 yards
                                                 focused           on   and 11 touchdowns his senior year.
                                                 improving        the       Green transfers from Blinn Junior college where he earned first
                                                 running game to        team All-American honors as a punt returner, returning 21 punt
                                                 give the Reddies a     for an average of 18.6 yards per return.
                                                 more      balanced         However the offense can’t work without the big men up front.
                                                 offense.                   Henderson State returns a front line that is bigger and stronger
                                                    The Reddies’ top    led by senior guard Allen Pollard (6-3, 285), junior Larry Essex (6-
                                                 running back from      3, 320) and redshirt freshman Marc Keppner (6-5, 335).
                                                 2005, returns for          Also anchoring the front line will be tackles Jared Locke (6-4,
                                                 his     sophomore      280), Louis West (6-7, 390), Kurt Kutcher (6-6, 325), and center
                                                 year.      Bernard     Andrew Ross (6-0, 255) or Kevin Davis (6-4, 300).
  Reddie quarterback’s Garett Manning            Palmer rushed for          Kail Williamson returns as the Reddie tight end after having 20
  and Paul Goza.                                 866 yards on 198       catches for 194 yards.

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        2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL PREVIEW
    D e f e n s i v e l y,                                               interceptions,        while
Henderson State                                                          Hughes totaled 45 stops
returns its top four                                                     and two picks.
tacklers from a                                                              Freddie Alan, Jeremy
year               ago.                                                  Buchanan along with
Defensive end                                                            newcomers          Chikee
Sam            Carter                                                    Hobbs and Ricky Jordan
returns and will                                                         will      solidify      the
anchor the Reddie                                                        secondary.
front unit. Carter                                                           Special teams is a
led the Reddies                                                          vital part to any game
with 64 tackles                                                          and the Reddies will have
including eight                                                          to function with both a
tackles for lost                                                         new kicker and punter in
yardage and three                                                        2006.
sacks.                                                                       Ben Hornbeck is
    M i d d l e                                                          battling for the starting
linebacker Charles                                                       spot along with Brian                   Jeremy Buchanan
Green totaled 60                                                         G i a m b a s t i a n i .
stops,            while                Shane O’Neal                          A product of Hot Springs, Ark., Hornbeck was an All-State and
cornerback                                                               two-time All-Conference selection at Lakeside High School. He
Jabrayl Ward will be the anchor in the secondary after having 60         also helped lead the Rams to four straight conference soccer
tackles, three interceptions and a team best eight pass breakups.        championships.
     “Our defense has worked hard and has a great attitude,” said            Giambastiani transfers from Mount San Antonio College where
defensive coordinator Robert Henry. “We are a little young in spots,     he was a two-time first team All-Conference selection.
and we will make mistakes, however they will be aggressive ones.             Garett Manning will not only be the Reddie signal caller, but
Depth is always a factor at this level and we can’t afford too many      also the punter.
injuries”                                                                    “Having Garett as a punter makes him a bigger threat,” Maxfield
    Season veteran D.J. Papillion had 48 tackles at his linebacker       said. “It gives us more options out of a punt formation.”
spot a year ago and recorded three tackles for lost yardage.                 Kale Gober returns as the Reddie deep snapper after a flawless
    Shane O’Neill returns at defensive tackle for the Reddies after      2005.
having shoulder surgery during the off-season. ONeal had 44                  Jamar Green, Divon Hughes and Robert Espinoza headline
tackles and three sacks in nine games in 2005.                           the return men for the Reddies.
    Also returning up front are Jerrid Fulton, Chris Evans and Taylor        Espinoza sat out last year, but he possesses great speed turning
Alloway.                                                                 in times of 4.4 in the 40, while Hughes returned four punts for 70
    Fulton totaled 20 tackles and three sacks last year, while Alloway   yards in his freshman season.
and Evans saw limited action, but have had a solid spring and fall           “Last year we had a lot of breakdowns on coverage and a lot of
camp.                                                                    that was because we had very little depth,” said Maxfield. “To play
    Along with Ward in the secondary, Darrell Burnett and Divon          special teams, you need to be a “wild man” and somewhat of a
Hughes return at cornerback. Burnett had 53 tackles and three            loose cannon. We are trying to find guys that want to make the
                                                                         big hit.”
                                                                             Picked to finish eighth by the league coaches, the Reddies have
                                                                         something to prove.
                                                                             The schedule begins with 2005 GSC Champion Central
                                                                         Arkansas on Aug. 31 at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. The
                                                                         Beas move up to NCAA Division 1-AA this season.
                                                                             The Reddies begin Gulf South Conference play on Sept. 16
                                                                         when they play host to Delta State.
                                                                             The remainder of the home schedule includes West Georgia
                                                                         on Sept. 29 and Paul Quinn College on Oct. 21 for the Hall of
                                                                         Honor Game.
                                                                             The “Battle of the Ravine” returns with the Reddies playing
                                                                         Ouachita Baptist on Nov. 4 for homecoming, and finishing the
                                                                         regular-season on Nov. 11 against South Arkansas for Senior Day.
                                                                             Henderson State has a road game against non-conference
                                                                         opponent Pikeville College on Sept. 9.
                                                                             GSC road games include two games on CSS (Comcast/Charter
                                                                         Sports Southeast) television. The Reddie will play West Alabama
                                                                         on Sept 21 and Arkansas-Monticello on Oct. 5.
                                                                             Henderson State will also face face Arkansas Tech and Harding
                                                                         on the road.
                           D.J. Papillion

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                       2006 REDDIE ROSTER
                              No.   Player               Pos.   Ht.    Wt.    Cl.-Exp.   Hometown                  Last School
   ALPHABETICAL               1     Jace Garrison        RB     5-11   185   Jr.-2L      Ashdown, Ark.             Ashdown HS
No. Player             Pos.   2     Paul Goza            QB     6-4    215   Jr.-Tr.     Arkadelphia, Ark.         Central Arkansas
27  Freddie Alan        SS    3     Kevin Austin         WR     6-1    185   Jr.-Tr      Bay City, Texas           Blinn JC
95  Taylor Alloway      DE    4     Jamar Green          WR     5-9    165   So.-Tr.     Chilton, Texas            Blinn JC
                              5     Darrell Burnett      CB     5-11   180   Jr.-2L      England, Ark.             England HS
3   Kevin Austin        WR
                              6     Chris Smith          WR     6-1    190   RFr.-Tr.    Blytheville, Ark.         Central Arkansas
59  Alex Baker          LB
                              8     Marques Clark        WR     6-1    175   Sr.-1L.     San Diego, Calif.         Grossmont CC
25  Darnei Bates        LB    9     Jabrayl Ward         SS     6-0    180   Jr.-1L.     Angleton, Texas           Blinn JC
33  Josh Black          LB    10    Garett Manning       QB     6-3    195   So.-1L.     Hallettsville, Texas      Blinn College
43  Neil Brady          RB    11    David Hall           FS     5-11   200   Fr.-RS      Little Rock, Ark.         Park View
23  Jeremy Buchanan CB        12    Kenny Evans          CB     5-11   170   Fr.-HS      Marlin, Texas             Marlin HS
5   Darrell Burnett     CB    13    Derrick Hassell      LB     6-2    215   Sr.-Tr.     Southaven, Miss.          Southern Arkansas
41  Kendrick Campbell LB      14    Alex Sironda         WR     5-10   170   Fr.-HS      San Diego, Calif.         San Diego HS
                              15    Robert Espinoza      WR     6-0    188   RSo.-Tr.    Pasadena, Texas           Blinn JC
88  Sam Carter          DE
                              16    Greg Godfrey         WR     5-10   170   So.-Tr      Houston, Texas            Mayville College
89  Kyle Chastain       DE
                              17    Tim Kranawetter      FS     6-1    195   Jr.-Tr.     Chino, Calif.             Chaffey JC
8   Marques Clark       WR    18    Tyler Hamilton       QB     6-4    195   Fr.-HS      Kemp, Texas               Mabank HS
65  Nick Conwell        OL    19    Todd Crabtree        QB     6-3    200   Sr.-Tr.     Fountain Valley, Calif.   Ouachita Baptist
53  Scott Copeland      OL    20    Danny Magga          QB     6-2    190   Fr.-HS      Arlington, Texas          Arlington HS
19 Todd Crabtree        QB    21    Jason Factuar        WR     5-9    175   Sr-1L.      Santee, Calif.            Grossmont CC
66  Dusty Craig         OL    22    Bernard Palmer       RB     5-9    188   So.-1L.     College Station, Texas    Blinn JC
40  Jason Craig         LB    23    Jeremy Buchanan      CB     6-0    200   So.-1L      Jefferson, Texas          Jefferson HS
                              24    Divon Hughes         CB     5-10   175   So.-1L      Marlin, Texas             Marlin HS
74  Kevin Davis         OL
                              25    Darnei Bates         LB     6-1    200   So.-1L.     Natchitoches, La.         Lakeview HS
57  Clay Dougherty      LB
                              26    Ricky Jordan         CB     6-0    180   Jr.-Tr.     Vallejo, Calif.           Solano JC
38  Conner Dubose       FS    27    Freddie Allan        SS     5-9    170   So.-1L      Glenfora, Texas           El Campo HS
15  Robert Espinoza     WR    28    Nick Maxfield        SS     6-3    190   Fr.-HS      Greenbriar, Ark.          Greenbriar HS
72  Larry Essex         OG    29    Derrick Washington   CB      6-0   175   Fr.-HS      El Campo, Texas           El Campo HS
97  Chris Evans         DE    31    Ben Hornbeck         P/K    5-10   160   So.-1L.     Hot Springs, Ark.         Lakeside HS
12  Kenny Evans         CB    32    De Travion White     CB     5-10   170   Fr.-HS      Arlington, Texas          Summit HS
21 Jason Factuar        WR    33    Josh Black           LB     5-11   225   Jr.-Tr.     Corona, Ca.               Riverside JC
                              34    Chikee Hobbs         FS     6-0    195   Fr.-HS      Angleton, Texas           Angleton HS
96  Nick Finley         DE
                              35    De’Antwine Jones     RB     5-10   175   Fr.-HS      Beaumont, Texas           Central HS
94  Jerrid Fulton       DT
                              36    D.J. Papillion       LB     6-0    215   Jr.-2L      Mesquite, Texas           Mesquite HS
85  Robbie Frank        WR    37    Dustin McAnnaly      RB     5-10   200   Fr.-HS      Perryville, Ark.          Perryville HS
86  Jeff Garner         TE    38    Conner Dubose        FS     6-1  180     Fr.-HS      Humble, Texas             Huffman Hargrave
1   Jace Garrison       RB    39    Brain Giambastiani   K      5-10 180     Jr.-Tr.     Walnut, Calif.            Mt. San Antonio
39  Brain Giambastiani   K    40    Jason Craig          LB     6-0  210     Fr.-HS      Donaldson, Ark.           Lakeside HS
55  Kyle Gibbs          OL    41    Kendrick Campbell    LB     6-1  210     RFr.-HS     Longview, Texas           Longview HS
98  Patrick Gladney     DE    42    Ryan Reynolds        FS     6-0  210     Fr.HS       Gainesville, Texas        Callisburg HS
                              43    Neil Brady           RB     5-10 200     Fr.-HS      Mabank, Texas             Mabank HS
60  Kale Gober          DS
                              44    Charles Green        LB     6-0  220     Sr.-3L      Nashville, Ark.           Nashville HS
16  Greg Godfrey        WR
                              45    Mark Van-Paris       LB     6-2  230     Jr.-Tr.     Sonoma, Calif.            Santa Rosa JC
2   Paul Goza           QB    46    Joe Wise             LB     6-2  225     Jr.-Tr.     Moorpark, Calif.          Moorpark JC
44  Charles Green       LB    47    Bradley Greer        RB     5-11 210     Fr.-HS      Angleton, Texas           Angleton HS
4   Jamar Green         WR    48    Allen Pike           LB     5-11 210     So.-Tr.     Camden, Ark.              Camden HS
47  Bradley Greer       RB    49    Jabyron Rucker       LB     6-1  240     Fr.-HS      Orlando, Fla.             Maynard Evans HS
83  Stephen Gulledge WR       50    Andrew Ross          C      6-0  255     Jr.-2L      Dallas, Texas             L.V. Berkner HS
11  David Hall          FS    51    Gunner Pritchard     LB     6-3  210     Fr.-HS      Malvern, Ark.             Malvern HS
                              52    Chris Johnson        LB     5-10 210     Jr.-1L      White Hall, Ark.          White Hall HS
18  Tyler Hamilton      QB
                              53    Scott Copeland       OL     6-4  330     Sr.-Tr.     Southaven, Miss.          Louisiana-Monroe
13  Derrick Hassell     LB
                              55    Kyle Gibbs           OL     6-3  290     RFr-HS      Joaquin, Texas            Joaquin HS
78  Jon Hendrix         DT    56    Robert Plyler        DT     6-0  275     Fr.-HS      Gurdon, Ark.              Gurdon HS
34  Chikee Hobbs        FS    57    Clay Dougherty       LB     5-11 245     Fr.-HS      Bearden, Ark.             Bearden HS
                              59    Alex Baker           LB     6-0  200     RFr.-HS     Calion, Ark.              Norphlet HS
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                               2006 REDDIE ROSTER
No. Player                Pos. Ht.    Wt.   Cl.-Exp. Hometown                   Last School
60    Kale Gober          DS   6-2  240     Jr.-1L     El Dorado, Ark.          La Tech
                                                                                                        ALPHABETICAL
61    Diego Lopez         OL   6-0  295     Sr.-1L.    Oxnard, Calif.           Moorpark JC           No. Player           Pos.
62    Jared Locke         LT   6-4  280     Jr..-1L.   Killeen, Texas           Blinn JC              31  Ben Hornbeck      P/K
65    Nick Conwell        OL   6-1  300     Fr.-HS     Greenville, Texas        Greenville HS         84  Scott Houser       TE
66    Dusty Craig         OL   6-3  265     Fr.-HS     Gurden, Ark.             Gurden HS             24  Divon Hughes      CB
71    Shane O’Neal        DT   6-4  330     Sr.-1L.    College Station, Texas   Blinn JC
                                                                                                      52  Chris Johnson      LB
72    Larry Essex         OG   6-3  320     Jr.-2L     Richardson, Texas        Richardson HS
                                                                                                      82  Marcus Johnson    WR
73    Louis West          OL   6-8  400     Jr.-Tr.    Pasadena, Calif.         Pasadena JC
74    Kevin Davis         OL   6-4  300     Jr.-Tr.    North Shore, Texas       Blinn JC              35  De’Antwine Jones RB
75    Marc Keppner        OL   6-5  335     So.-1L.    Houston, Texas           Cypress HS            26  Ricky Jordan      CB
77    Allen Pollard       OL   6-3  285     Sr.-1L.    Rowlett, Texas           Blinn JC              75  Marc Keppner      OL
78    Jon Hendrix         DT   6-4  265     Fr.-HS     Athens, Texas            Cross Roads HS        81  Shapore Khalifeh WR
79    Kurt Kutscher       OT   6-6  325     Jr.-Tr.    Navarro, Texas           Blinn JC              17  Tim Kranawetter    FS
80    Kail Williamson     TE   6-4  230     Jr.-1L     Pflugerville, Texas      Blinn JC              79  Kurt Kutscher     OT
81    Shapore Khalifeh    WR   5-10 180     Fr.-HS     Joplin, Mo.              Joplin HS
                                                                                                      62  Jared Locke        LT
82    Marcus Johnson      WR   6-2  190     Fr.-HS     Fernandina Beach, Fla.   Fernandina HS
                                                                                                      61  Diego Lopez       OL
83    Stephen Gulledge    WR   6-3  175     Fr.-HS     Kemp, Texas              Mabank HS
84    Scott Houser        TE   6-4  240     Jr.-Tr.    Durham, Calif.           Butte JC              20  Danny Magga       QB
85    Robbie Frank        WR   6-1  190     Fr.-HS     Grass Valley, Calif.     Bear River HS         10  Garett Manning    QB
86    Jeff Garner         TE   6-3  300     So.-Tr.    Houston, Texas           Blinn JC              28  Nick Maxfield     SS
87    Steven Scott        WR   6-1  180     Fr.-HS     Morgan City, La.         Patterson HS          37  Dustin McAnnaly   RB
88    Sam Carter          DE   6-3  250     Jr.-1L.    College Station, Texas   Blinn JC              71  Shane O’Neal      DT
89    Kyle Chastain       DE   6-4  230     Jr.-2L     Mena, Ark.               Mena HS               22  Bernard Palmer    RB
93    Keenan Whitaker     DL   5-11 280     RFr.-Tr    Stafford, Texas          Southwestern Okla.
                                                                                                      36  D.J. Papillion     LB
94    Jerrid Fulton       DT   6-1  270     Sr.-3L     Arlington, Texas         Arlington Martin HS
                                                                                                      48  Allen Pike         LB
95    Taylor Alloway      DE   6-3  240     So.-1L.    Georgetown, Texas        Georgetown HS
96    Nick Finley         DE   6-3  260     So.-HS     Malvern, Ark.            Magnet Cove HS        56  Robert Plyler     DT
97    Chris Evans         DE   6-1  270     Sr.-3L     Naples, Texas            Paul H. Pewitt HS     77  Allen Pollard     OL
98    Patrick Gladney     DE   6-4  240     RFr.-HS    Cotton Valley, La.       Cotton Valley HS      51  Gunner Pritchard   LB
99    Ross Watson         DT   5-11 265     Sr.-1L.    Cameron, Texas           Blinn JC              42  Ryan Reynolds      FS
                                                                                                      50  Andrew Ross         C
      Tanner Holder       FB   5-11   200   Fr.-HS     Malvern, Ark.            Magnet Cove HS
                                                                                                      49  Jabyron Rucker     LB
      Jason Harper        DB   5-11   160   Fr.-HS     Spring Hill, Ark.        Spring Hill HS
                                                                                                      87  Steven Scott      WR
      James Moses         CB   5-10   160   Fr.-HS     Fort Worth, Texas        Crowley HS
      Kendrick Whitaker   SS   5-10   180   Fr.-HS     Houston, Texas           Stafford HS           14  Alex Sironda      WR
      Chancellor Hansen   OL   6-2    285   Fr.-HS     Little Rock, Ark.                              6   Chris Smith       WR
      De Anthony Bass     CB   5-10   175   Jr.-Tr.    Victorville, Ga.         Riverside JC          45  Mark Van-Paris     LB
      David Wheeler       DB   6-0    210   Fr.-HS     Grass Valley, Calif.     Bera River HS         9   Jabrayl Ward      SS
                                                                                                      99  Ross Watson       DT
                               HOW DO YOU SAY . . .                                                   73  Louis West        OL
     2       Paul Goza                  GO-zah                                                        93  Keenan Whitaker    DL
     9       Jabrayl Ward               JA-brail                                                      32  De Travion White  CB
     14      Alex Sironda               SIR-ronda                                                     80  Kail Williamson    TE
     17      Tim Kranawetter            cran-AH-wetter                                                46  Joe Wise           LB
     20      Danny Magga                MAG-guh                                                       REDSHIRTS
     32      De Travion White           dee-TRAY-vee-on
                                                                                                          De Anthony Bass   CB
     35      De’Antwine Jones           DEE-ant-wine
                                                                                                          Chancellor Hansen OL
     49      Jabyron Rucker             JUH-brawn
     79      Kurt Kutscher              CUT-cher                                                          Jason Harper      DB
     81      Shapore Khalihef           SHA-poor Ca-LEAF                                                  Tanner Holder      FB
     83      Stephen Gulledge           GAH-ledge                                                         James Moses       CB
     84      Scott Houser               HOUSE-er                                                          David Wheeler     DB
     89      Kyle Chastain              CHAS-tane                                                         Kendrick Whitaker SS


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            mEET THE REDDIES
     JACE GARRISON      PAUL GOZA
                       RUNNING BACK                                                              QUARTERBACK
                       5-11 • 185 • JR.-2L                                                       6-4 • 215 • JR.-TRF.
                       ASHDOWN, ARK.                                                             ARKADELPHIA, ARK.
                       ASHDOWN HS                                                                CENTRAL ARKANSAS
                                                               1                                 ARKADELPHIA HS
                                                                                                                                       2

NOTES: Despite coming off injuries, he recorded a best time of 4.6        NOTES: Posted a time of 4.59 in the 40 and a 4.47 in the shuttle
in the 40 and a 4.15 in the shuttle run in sping drills . . . Listed as   in spring camp . . . Maxed out at 335 in the bench press . . .
no. 2 running back on the preseason depth chart.                          Should share time with Garett Manning .
2005: Injured the later half of the season . . . In four games, he        COLLEGE: Attended the University of Central Arkansas.
rushed for 58 yards including 50 yards against Arkansas-Monticello        PREP: Was an All-State and All-Conference selection at
. . . Had five catches for 57 yards against Arkansas Tech . . . Lone      Arkadelphia High School . . . Had nearly 3500 yards and scored
touchdown was a 17-yard reception against UAM.                            33 touchdowns during his career at AHS . . . Also was an All-
2004: Was third in rushing yards as a true freshman totaling 548          Conference basketball player and lettered two years in baseball.
yards on 67 carries for a team best average of 8.2 yards per rush         PERSONAL: Born Nov. 15, 1983 . . . Son of Jasper and Arlene
. . . Scored four rushing touchdowns . . . Rushed for 100-plus            Goza . . . Has one brother, Drew, and one sister, Faith . . . Favorite
yards against Arkansas Tech (146) and North Alabama (104) . . .           professional team is the New England Patriots . . . Favorite food
First collegiate rush was a 25-yard run against Division I-AA             is steak and lists “Remember the Titans” as his favorite movie
Stephen F. Austin . . . Longest rush was a 69-yard touchdown              . . . Hobbies include fishing, canoeing, and hunting . . . Majoring
against Arkansas Tech . . . Also had a 42-yard score against North        in physical education.
Alabama . . . Scored two touchdowns against West Georgia,
including a game-winning 5-yard run with 58 seconds to play . . .
Had six catches for 136 yards and scored on a 45-yard catch
against SAU.
                                             PREP: Helped lead                    KEVIN AUSTIN
                                             Ashdown to three
                                             district championships
                                             . . . Recorded 1,523
                                                                                                 WIDE RECEIVER
                                             yards        and        22                          6-1 • 185 • JR.-TRF.
                                             touchdowns his senior
                                             season . . . A two time
                                                                                                 BAY CITY, TEXAS
                                                                                                 BLINN JC
                                                                                                                                       3
                                             All-District selection
                                             and All-Southwest All-
                                             Star team selection, he                             BAY CITY HS
                                             also received All-State
                                             honors his senior
                                             season.                      2005: Injured early in the season against Arkansas Tech and
                                             PERSONAL: The son            received a medical redshirt . . . Had a long run of 50 yards against
                                             of Weldon and Tina           Arkansas-Monticello while also having six catches for 76 yards
                                             Garrison . . . Born          against the Boll Weevils . . . Lone touchdown was a 16-yard
                                             Jan. 27, 1986 . . .          reception against Stephen F. Austin.
                                             Majoring in physical         COLLEGE: Played two years at Blinn Junior College for Coach
                                             education.                   Scott Maxfield.
                                                                          PREP: An All-Conference selection at Bay City High School where
                                                                          he helped lead his team to the Class 4A State Championship . . .
                                                                          Was a two-year letterman in track and was an All-State selection in
                                                                          2002.
                                                                          PERSONAL: Son of Ivan and Linda Austin . . . Born July 7, 1983
                                                                          . . . Enjoys fishing and singing . . . Majoring in physical education.
              GARRISON’S CAREER STATISTICS
 Year    G      ATT   GAIN    LOSS    NET   AVG.   TD     LP   Avg/G
 2005    4      9     56      1       55    6.4    0      16   14.5
 2004    10     67    570     22      548   8.2    4      69   54.8
 TOTAL   14     76    626     23      603   7.9    4      69   43.1


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             mEET THE REDDIES
        JAmAR GREEN     CHRIS SmITH
                        WIDE RECEIVER                                                          WIDE RECEIVER
                        5-9 • 165 • SO.-TRF.                                                   6-1 • 190 • RFR.-TRF.
                        CHILTON, TEXAS                                                         BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.
                        BLINN JC                                                               CENTRAL ARKANSAS
                        CHILTON HS
                                                              4                                BLYTHEVILLE HS
                                                                                                                                     6

COLLEGE: Attended Blinn Junior College where he was named               COLLEGE: Redshirted at Central Arkansas in 2005.
All-Conference return specialist returning 21 punts for an average      PREP: Lettered three years at Blytheville High School where he
of 18.6 yards per return including scoring two touchdowns . . .         was selected All-State his senior season after having 50 cathces
Also earned first team All-American honors.                             for 926 yards and 11 touchdowns . . . Also totaled 286 yards
PREP: A four-year letterman at Chilton High School . . . Was a          rushing and recorded 16 punt returns for 172 . . . Selected All-
three-time All-State selection . . . As a senior . . . Chosen as the    Conference twice and was named to the Arkansas Democrat
Class A Player of the Year . . . Also lettered in basketball and        Gazette Super Sophomore Team . . . Totaled 1520 yards on 131
track . . . Averaged 23 points per game and was a three-time All-       catches during his career at BHS . . . Played for Coach Doug
State selection . . . Helped lead the Pirates to the Class A State      Quinn who is the brother of Southern Arkansas Coach Steve Quinn
Track Championship in 2003 winning four events.                         . . . Also lettered in basketball and was a two-time All-State
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 9, 1985 . . . Son of Rodney London and             selection in baseball.
Shirlin Green . . . Has one child Janiyah Green . . . Hobbies include   PERSONAL: Born Dec. 29, 1986 . . . Son of Herb and Mitzi Smith
writing poems and listening to music . . . Favorite actor is Jamie      . . . Has one sister, Ashley . . . Hobbies include fishing and playing
Foxx . . . Lists the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional        cards . . . Majoring in education.
team.



  DARRELL BURNETT                                                         mICHAEL SPEARS
                        CORNER BACK                                                            WIDE RECEIVER
                        5-11 • 180 • JR.-2L                                                    5-10 • 180 • SO.-TRF.
                        ENGLAND, ARK.                                                          EAGLE LAKE, TEXAS
                        ENGLAND HS                                                             BLINN JC
                                                              5                                RICE HS
                                                                                                                                     7

2005: Totaled 53 tackles while having three interceptions and a         COLLEGE: Attended Blinn Junior College and played one season
pair of fumble recoveries . . . Had a season best eight tackles         for Coach Scott Maxfield . . . Had 22 catches for 202 yards as a
against Central Arkansas.                                               freshman.
2004: Played all 10 games and totaled 24 tackles . . . Recorded         PREP: A two-time All-State and three-time All-District selection at
three interceptions and two pass breakups . . . Had season high         Rice High School . . . Selected 3A Player of the Year after rushing
in tackles against Delta State and Valdosta State with four . . .       for 1865 yards and had 21 touchdowns . . . Also totaled 12
First collegiate interception came against Arkansas Tech.               interceptions as a defensive back . . . During his three years, Rice
PREP: A three-sport athlete at England High School . . . Selected       won three district championships and compiled a 35-7 record . . .
twice All-District and was an All-State selection as senior after       Also lettered four years in basketball and was a four-time All-
rushing for 950 yards including eight touchdowns.                       District and was selected All-State in 2004 after averaging nearly
PERSONAL: Son of Darrell Woods and Margie Burnett . . . Born            20 points and six assists per game.
Oct. 22, 1984 . . . Has six brothers and sisters.                       PERSONAL: Born Jan. 11, 1986 . . . Son of Michael Davis and
                                                                        Edna Mae Spears . . . Has one sister, Eric Dunmore . . . Hobbies
                 BURNETT’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                        include playing X-Box . . . Favorite athlete is Allan Iverson . . .
  Year      G      UT    AT   TT   TFL    PBU     SK    INT       FR    Favorite professional team is the Oakland Raiders . . . Undecided
  2005      11     31    22   53   1.5    5       0     3         2     on major.
  2004      10     14    10   24   1.5    2       0     3         1
  TOTAL     21     45    32   77   3.0    7       0     6         3


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   mARQUES CLARK                                                          GARETT mANNING
                       WIDE RECEIVER                                                            QUARTERBACK
                       6-1 • 175 • SR.-1L                                                       6-3 • 195 • SO.-1L
                       SAN DIEGO, CALIF.                                                        HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS
                       GROSSMONT CC                                                             BLINN JC
                       MT. CARMEL HS
                                                              8                                 HALLETTSVILLE HS
                                                                                                                                     10

2005: Led the Reddies in receiving with 700 yards on 49 catches          NOTES: Returns to the quarterback position after playing a season
. . . Totaled a season-best 166 yards against Valdosta State . . .       as wide receiver . . . Recorded the second fastest time on the
Recorded a school-record 98-yard touchdown catch against                 team in the 40 of 4.41 . . . Had a best time of 4.29 in the shuttle
Harding .                                                                run . . . Maxed out at 275 in the bench press and squats 365.
COLLEGE: An All-Foothills Conference selection at Grossmont              2005: Moved from quarterback to receiver position due to his speed
College . . . Helped team finish 11-1 in 2004 having 472 yards on        . . . Ran back 20 kickoff for 382 yards including a long of 37 yards
45 catches and three touchdowns . . . Team finished 13-1 in 2003         . . . totaled 47 catches for 580 yards and scored four touchdowns
losing in the state finals.                                              . . . Had a season-best eight catches for 106 yards against West
PREP: A two sport athlete at Mt. Carmel High School . . . Was            Alabama . . . Scored two touchdowns in the opening game of the
selected first team All-Palomar League as a senior after having 50       season against Arkansas-Monticello including a scoring reception
catches for more than 750 yards . . . Lettered two years in basketball   of 59 yards . . . Made five catches for 99 yards against Southern
and was an honorable mention All-Conference selection.                   Arkansas.
PERSONAL: Son of Michael and Marilyn Clark . . . Born April 21,          PREP: Transfer from Blinn Junior College where he was redshirted
1984 . . . Majoring in physical education.                               . . . A three-time All-District selection at Halletsville High School
                 CLARK’S CAREER STATISTICS                               . . . Completed 126 of 226 passes for 2,045 yards while rushing
                                                                         for 1,097 yards as a senior . . . Threw 52 career touchdown passes
  Year            G       NO        YDS    AV/C   TD     LG    AV/G
                                                                         . . . Set school record for passing yard in a game with 398 yards,
  2005            11      49        700    14.3   6      98    63.6
                                                                         rushing yards for a quarterback with 172 and completions having
                                                                         28 . . . Was named the Class 26-3A All-Around Player of the Year

      JABRAYL WARD                                                       . . . Competed in track and helped lead team to the Class 3A
                                                                         State championship in the long jump with a leap of 24-11 1/4 . . .
                                                                         Named the State Athlete of the Year.
                                                                                                                        PERSONAL: Son of
                       STRONG SAFETY                                                                                    Beatrice Kay Manning
                       6-0 • 180 • JR.-1L                                                                               . . . Born Jan. 15,
                                                                                                                        1986 . . . Favorite
                       ANGELTON, TEXAS                                                                                  movie is “Rocky” . . .
                                                                                                                        Favorite food is pizza
                       BLINN JC
                       ANGELTON HS
                                                              9                                                         and his favorite
                                                                                                                        professional team is
                                                                                                                        the Atlanta Falcons . .
                                                                                                                        . Most memorable
2005: Second on the team in tackles with 60 . . . Named GSC                                                             sports moment was
Player of the Week against Stephen F. Austin after having an                                                            winning the state long
interception and a fumble return of 11 yards for a touchdown . . .                                                      jump title        . . .
Ended season with three interceptions and eight pass break-ups.                                                         Majoring in business.
COLLEGE: Played at Blinn Junior College where he helped lead
the team to a 9-2 record and Golden Isles Bowl Champions.
PREP: A two year letterman at Angleton High School where he
was twice selected first-team All-County and All-District . . . Named
team defensive MVP as a senior after totaling 86 tackles . . . As a
junior he recorded 43 stops and four interceptions.
PERSONAL: Son of Rosie Ward and Charles Davis . . . Born April
21, 1984 . . . Majoring in general studies.
                 WARD’S CAREER STATISTICS                                              mANNING’S CAREER STATISTICS
  Year      G     UT     AT    TT    TFL   PBU    Sack INT     FR          Year            G       NO      YDS     AV/C    TD     LG    AV/G
  2005      11    42     18    60    1.0   8      0    3       1           2005            11      47      580     12.3    4      59    52.7

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                                                                        his senior year . . . Was also an All-Region selection in basketball

             DAVID HALL                                                 and baseball . . . Averaged 15 points per game . . . Helped lead
                                                                        the baseball team to back-to-back state championships.
                                                                        PERSONAL: Born April 29, 1985 . . . The son of James and
                                                                        Gwendolyn Townes . . . Favorite actor is Mike Epps . . . Lists the
                       FREE SAFETY                                      Dallas Cowboys as his favorite team . . . Undecided on major.
                       5-11 • 200 • FR.-RS
                       LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
                       PARKVIEW HS
                                                                                ALEx SIRONDA
                                                           11
                                                                                                WIDE RECEIVER
                                                                                                5-10 • 170 • FR.-HS
PREP: Lettered three years at Parkview . . . All-Conference his                                 SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
senior year having 94 tackles with two fumble recoveries.
                                                                                                SAN DIEGO HS
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 7, 1985 . . . The son of David Sr. and
Monica Hall . . . Favorite actor is Jamie Foxx . . . Majoring in                                                                     14
athletic training.



         KENNY EVANS                                                    PREP: Attended San Diego High School where he was All-League
                                                                        and All-City . . . Totaled 983 yards on 57 receptions while scoring
                                                                        seven touchdowns . . . Also lettered in track and was selected
                                                                        team MVP.
                       CORNERBACK                                       PERSONAL: Born April 7, 1988 . . . The son of Alex and Nafjia
                       5-11 • 170 • FR.-HS                              Sironda . . . Has three brothers, David, Godfrey, and Simon, and
                                                                        two sisters, Benalata and Robain . . . Majoring in math.
                       MARLIN, TEXAS
                       MARLIN HS
                                                           12               ROBERT ESPINOZA
PREP: A three-sport athlete at Marlin High School . . . totaled 657
                                                                                                WIDE RECEIVER
yards on 32 catches and had nine touchdowns as a senior . . . A                                 6-0 • 188 • SO.-TRF.
two-time All-District selection, he also lettered in basketball and
track.                                                                                          PASADENA, TEXAS
                                                                                                BLINN JC
                                                                                                                                     15
PERSONAL: Born March 2, 1988 . . . The son of Karen Evans,
stepfather William Henry, and the grandson of Lillian Tyrone
(guardian) . . . Has one brother, Desmond, and one sister Shyquita                              SAM RAYBURN HS
. . . Favorite professional team is the Denver Broncos . . . Majoring
in criminal justice.

                                                                        NOTES: Recorded the fastest time on the team in spring workouts
    DERRICK HASSELL                                                     clocking in at 4.4 in the 40 . . . Will see action as wide receiver and
                                                                        as a special teams returner.
                                                                        2005: Injured during fall workouts and received a medical redshirt.
                       LINEBACKER                                       COLLEGE: Selected honorable mention All-Conference at Blinn
                                                                        Junior College where he had 34 receptions for 412 yards and
                       6-2 • 215 • SR.-TRF.                             three touchdowns . . . Also returned nine punts for 101 yards.
                                                                        PREP: A three-time All-District performer at Sam Rayburn High
                       SOUTHAVEN, MISS.                                 School . . . Was a first-team selection as a junior and senior . . .
                       SOUTHERN ARKANSAS
                                                           13
                                                                        Totaled 78 receptions for 838 yards and five touchdowns as a senior
                                                                        . . . Ended prep career with 168 receptions for 1,952 yards and 11
                        HS                                              touchdown receptions . . . Also a four-year letterman in track and
                                                                        was a regional qualifier in the 200 meters and the long jump.
                                                                        PERSONAL: Son of Gerardo and Linda Espinoza. . . Born Nov.
COLLEGE: Attended Northwest Mississippi Community College               25, 1984 . . . Has two sisters, Tasha and Tiffany, and one brother,
and Southern Arkansas University.                                       Eric . . . Enjoys golfing, fishing and water skiing . . . Favorite movie
PREP: A two-time All-Region selection at Southaven High School          is “Forrest Gump” . . . Favorite professional team is the New England
. . . Totaled 110 tackles including six sacks and two interceptions     Patriots . . . Majoring in kinesiology.

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                                                                         broken leg he suffered during his junior season . . . Also lettered

       GERG GODFREY                                                      three seasons in basketball and averaged 15 points per game . . .
                                                                         Earned first-team All-District honors and was Sophomore of the
                                                                         Year of Henderson County.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Born July 1, 1987 . . . The son of Rodney and Dell
                       WIDE RECEIVER                                     Hamilton . . . Enjoys hunting and playing video games . . . Lists
                                                                         Owen Wilson as his favorite actor . . . Likes to visit ski resorts
                       5-10 • 170 • SO.-TRF.                             . . . The Tennesses Titans are his favorite professional team . . .
                       HOUSTON, TEXAS                                    Majoring in general studies.

                       MAYVILLE STATE
                                                            16
                       KASHMERE HS
                                                                             TODD CRABTREE
COLLEGE: A transfer from Mayville State where he was an All-
American his sophomore year.
                                                                                               QUARTERBACK
PREP: Attended Kashmere High School where he lettered four                                     6-3 • 200 • SR.-TRF.
years in football, baseball, and basketball.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 8, 1986 . . . Married to Jemeisha CeNea                                    FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CALIF.
                                                                                               OUACHITA BAPTIST
                                                                                                                      19
Godfrey . . . Has a son Jer Qualan Jermain born Oct. 1, 2005 . . .
Majoring in criminal justice.
                                                                                               HS

  TIm KRANAWETTER                                                        COLLEGE: Played at Ouachita Baptist in 2005 where he appeared
                                                                         in six games completing 5-of-7 passes for 90 yards including
                       FREE SAFETY                                       tossing a 69-yard touchdown against Missouri Southern . . .
                                                                         Attended Golden West College where he completed 166 of 277
                       6-1 • 195 • JR.-TRF.                              passes for 1920 yards and 17 touchdowns his sophomore year
                                                                         and was a second-team All-Mission Conference selection.
                       CHINO, CALIF.                                     PREP: A two-year letterman at Fountain Valley High School where
                       CHAFFEY JC
                                                            17
                                                                         he was an All-Conference selection.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Born May 31, 1983 . . . The son of Sue Crabtree
                       CHINO HS                                          and the late Bill Crabtree . . . Enjoys wakeboarding and
                                                                         snowboarding . . . Favorite movie is the “Wedding Crashers” . . .
                                                                         Favorite professional team is the Miami Dolphins . . . Favorite
COLLEGE: Attended Chaffey College where he recorded 92                   actor is Vince Vaughn . . . Majoring in business management.
tackles including four tackles for lost yardage.
PREP: Prepped at Chino High School where he was a two-time
All-Conference selection . . . Totaled 97 tackles and had four punt
returns for touchdowns his senior season.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 1, 1984 . . . The son of Tim and Vicki
                                                                                 DANNY mAGGA
Kranawetter . . . Scored a hole-in-one at the age of 12 . . . Majoring
in communications.                                                                             QUARTERBACK
                                                                                               6-2 • 190 • FR.-HS
  TYLER HAmILTON                                                                               ARLINGTON, TEXAS
                                                                                               ARLINGTON HS
                                                                                                                                   20
                       QUARTERBACK
                       6-4 • 195 • FR.-HS
                       KEMP, TEXAS                                       PREP: A two-year letterman in track and football at Arlington High
                                                                         School . . . Selected team MVP his senior season.
                       MCBANK HS
                                                            18           PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1987 . . . The son of Beth Reneau
                                                                         . . . Has one brother, Justin Reneau and two sisters, Marie and
                                                                         Magge . . . Favorite movies is “The Wedding Crashers” . . . Favorite
                                                                         professional team is Green Bay . . . Undecided on a major.
PREP: Selected All-District as a senior after throwing for more
than 2100 yards and having 22 scoring tosses . . . Selected
Offensive MVP of Henderson County after rebounding from a
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     JASON FACTUAR JEREmY BUCHANAN
                        WIDE RECEIVER                                                             CORNER BACK
                        5-9 • 175 • SR.-1L                                                        6-0 • 200• SO.-1L
                        SANTEE, CALIF.                                                            JEFFERSON, TEXAS
                        GROSSMONT CC                                                              JEFFERSON HS
                        WEST HILLS HS
                                                             21                                                                       23

2005:Totaled 275 yard receiving on 28 catches . . . Caught a season-       2005: Played both offense and defense having 10 tackles on
best seven passes for 80 yards against Arkansas Tech and scored            defense and recording 20 catches for 136 yards on offense . . .
his lone touchdown of the season in the game .                             Scored his first collegiate touchdown against Delta State.
COLLEGE: A first-team All-Foothills Conference selection his               2004: Redshirted.
sophomore season at Grossmont College where he totaled 55                  PREP: Prepped at Jefferson ISD in Jefferson, Texas where he
receptions for 926 yards and five touchdowns . . . Helped lead the         lettered two years . . . Had 20 catches for 320 yards his senior
team to back-to-back conference championships with records of              year and was an All-District honorable mention selection . . . Helped
13-1 and 11-1.                                                             lead the Bulldogs to the bi-district championship and the area-
PREP: Prepped at West Hills High School where he was a two-time            championship . . . As a junior, totaled 265 yards on 17 catches.
All-League and first-team All-East County pick . . . Holds the school      PERSONAL: The son of Bailey Buchanan and Cherrie Craver,
record for most receptions in a season and in a career with 101 and        and stepfather Cecil Jackson . . . Born March 16, 1986 . . .
career yards receiveing with 1,805 . . . Played in the San Diego           Has two sisters Meosha Evans and Denesha Craver . . . Favorite
County All-Star game . . . Chosen as conference Offensive Player           professional team is the San Francisco 49ers . . . Favorite musician
of the Year as a senior while helping lead the Wolfpack to a 10-1          in Nelly . . . Favorite place to visit is Dallas . . . Undecided on
record and its second straight conference championship . . . Led           major.
team with 53 catches and 850 yards as a junior . . . Also lettered
four years in soccer and was a three-time All-League selection.
PERSONAL: Son of Fred and Teri Factuar . . . Born May 30, 1984
. . . Has one brother, Josh . . . Enjoys playing video games and                 DIVON HUGHES
music . . . Favorite food is a California Burrito . . . Favorite team is
the San Diego Chargers . . . Majoring in physical education.                                      CORNER BACK
                                                                                                  5-10 • 175 • SO.-1L
    BERNARD PALmER                                                                                MARLIN, TEXAS
                                                                                                  MARLIN HS
                        RUNNING BACK                                                                                                  24
                        5-9 • 188 • SO.-1L
                        COLLEGE STATE, TEXAS                               2005: Ended season with 45 tackles including 30 solo stops . . .
                        BLINN JC                                           Had intercption returns of 34 and 38 yards . . . Recorded a game-

                        A&M CONSOLIDATED
                                                             22            high 10 tackles including eight solo tackles against Southern
                                                                           Arkansas.
                                                                           PREP: Selected to the Top 25 Central Texas Team and was a first
                                                                           team Class 4A All-State selection at Marlin High School . . . Had
2005: Top freshman running back in the GSC totaling 866 yards              eight interceptions to go along with 19 pass breakups and 45 tackles
for an average of 78.7 yards per contest . . . Ranked seventh in           as a senior . . . Helped lead team to three straight district
the league in rushing yardage . . . Had a game high 191 yards on           championships including a 12-2 record in his final year . . . Ended
26 carries against West Albama, and followed the next week with            prep career with 16 interceptions . . . Also lettered in baseball,
144 yards against Southern Arkansas.                                       basketball and track earning All-District and All-State honors in
PREP: A two-time All-District selection at A&M Consolidated . . .          each . . . Finished second in the Texas State Track Championships
Rushed for 1,576 yards on 206 carries his senior year while leading        in the 800 meters with a time of 1:58.
the Tigers to a district championship . . . Also selected All-Greater      PERSONAL: Son of Horace and Feleece Taylor . . . Born July 17,
Houston . . . Was a first-team All-District selection in basketball        1987 . . . Enjoys playing video games . . . Favorites include the
and All Brazos Valley.                                                     Dallas Cowboys as favorite professional team, and Charles
PERSONAL: Son of Edith and Will Bess . . . Born Nov. 13, 1984              Woodson as his favorite athlete . . . Majoring in physical education.
. . . Enjoys fishing and shopping . . . Majoring in kinesiology.

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                                                                          School . . . Selected as Return Specialist of the Year . . . Scored

        DARNEI BATES                                                      six touchdowns as a senior . . . Helped lead team to two district
                                                                          and area championships . . . Chosen All-Wharton County Return
                                                                          Specialist of the Year . . . Also lettered four years in track recording
                                                                          best times of 10.3 in the 100 meters and 49.6 in the 400 meters.
                       LINEBACKER                                         PERSONAL: Son of Joyce Allen and Louis Richardson . . . Born
                                                                          June 9, 1987 . . . Enjoys writing and playing video games . . .
                       6-1 • 200 • SO.-1L                                 Favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Steelers . . . Favorite
                       NATCHITOCHES, LA.                                  athlete is Hines Ward . . . “Ray” is his favorite movie . . . Majoring
                                                                          in broadcast journalism.
                       LAKEVIEW HS
                                                            25
                                                                                NICK mAxFIELD
2005: Played in 10 games having 14 tackles including four solo
stops against North Alabama.                                                                      STRONG SAFETY
PREP: A three sport athlete at Lakeview High School . . . A three-                                6-3 • 190 • FR.-HS
time All-District selection and an All-State pick as a senior . . . Had
108 tackles and rushed for 1,584 yards as a senior while having 18                                GREENBRIAR, ARK.
touchdowns . . . Was selected both offensive and defensive MVP.
                                                                                                  GREENBRIAR HS
PERSONAL: Son of Lula Williams . . . Born Feb. 23, 1987. . . Has
three brothers Ty, Kenard, and Orlando . . . Majoring in engineering.
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       RICKY JORDAN
                       CORNER BACK
                                                                               DERRICK WASHINGTON
                       6-0 • 180 • JR.-TRF.                                                       CORNER BACK
                       VALLEJO, CALIF.                                                            6-0 • 175 • FR.-HS
                       SOLANO CC
                       VALLEJO HS
                                                            26                                    EL CAMPO, TEXAS
                                                                                                  ELCAMPO HS
                                                                                                                                        29
COLLEGE: A two-time All-League defensive back at Solano
Community College . . . Grabbed 16 interceptions in two seasons.
PREP: Prepped at Vallejo High School where he letterd four years
in football and basketball . . . Was a three-time All-League selection
in football.
                                                                               BEN HORNBECK
PERSONAL: Son of Rick and Deborah Jordan, and stepfather Jerry
Eanes . . .Has one sister, Constance . . . Born Dec. 22, 1984. . .
Majoring in business.
                                                                                                  PUNTER/KICKER
                                                                                                  5-10 • 160 • SO.-1L
        FREDDIE ALAN                                                                              HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
                                                                                                  LAKESIDE HS
                                                                                                                                        31
                       STRONG SAFETY
                       5-9 • 170 • SO.-1L
                                                                          2005: Played on the special teams unit as a true freshman.
                       GLENFORA, TEXAS                                    PREP: Prepped at Lakeside High School where he lettered three
                       EL CAMPO HS
                                                             27
                                                                          years including earning All-State and All-Conference honors as a
                                                                          senior . . . Helped lead the Rams to four straight conference soccer
                                                                          championships . . . Was named All-Conference twice . . . Seleted
                                                                          to the All-State track team twice.
                                                                          PERSONAL: Born Jan. 1, 1987 . . . Son of Randy and Jo Hornbeck
2005: Saw limited action having three tackles on the season               . . . Has one brother, Si, and one sister, Emily . . . Majoring in
PREP: Two-time All-District defensive back at El Campo High               biology.

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  DE TRAVION WHITE DE’ANTWINE JONES
                       CORNERBACK                                                              RUNNING BACK
                       5-10 • 170 • FR.-HS                                                     5-10 • 175 • FR.-HS
                       ARLINGTON, TEXAS                                                        BEAUMONT, TEXAS
                       SUMMIT HS                                                               CENTRAL HS
                                                           32                                                                      35

                                                                         PREP: Rushed for more than 1200 yards and scored eight

            JOSH BLACK                                                   touchdowns as a senior at Central High School . . . A first-team
                                                                         All-District selection and was selected to the Super Gold Team
                                                                         . . . Also was an All-District performer in track.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Born Oct. 28, 1987 . . . Son of Claiborne and Patrina
                       LINEBACKER                                        Ruffin . . . Has one brother, Danis . . . Undecided on major.
                       5-11 • 225 • JR.-TRF.
                       CORONA, CALIF.
                       RIVERSIDE JC
                                                                               D.J. PAPILLION
                                                           33
                       SANTIAGO HS                                                             LINEBACKER
                                                                                               6-0 • 215 • JR.-2L
COLLEGE: Attended Riverside Community College and Montana                                      MESQUITE, TEXAS
State University.
                                                                                               MESQUITE HS
PREP: A two-time All-Mountain View League selection after
rushing for more than 1500 yards as a senior and 1100 yards as                                                                     36
a junior . . . Also was a member on the Riverside All-Star Team
. . . Lettered two years in basketball and once in track . . . Was
selected All-League twice.
PERSONAL: Born March 12, 1984 . . . Son of Mary Black . . .             2005: Ended season with 48 tackles, playing in all 11 games . . .
Has one brother, Vincent, and one sister, Marianne . . . Enjoys         Recorded three tackles for lost yardage and had two sacks . . .
playing basketball and video games . . . Favorite food is Mexican       Had a career-high nine tackles against West Alabama . . . His
food . . . Favorite athlete is Michael Jordon . . . Majoring in         lone interception came against Stephen F. Austin.
recreation.                                                             2004: Played in 10 games and recorded 33 tackles including one
                                                                        tackle for lost yardage . . . Had a season best six tackles against

      CHIKEE HOBBS                                                      West Alabama.
                                                                        2003: Redshirted.
                                                                        PREP: Prepped at Mesquite High School, where he was a two-
                                                                        time All-Conference linebacker . . . Had 87 tackles and three
                       FREE SAFETY                                      interceptions as a senior and 50 tackles and five picks in leading
                                                                        the Skeeters to the Class 5A State Championship.
                       6-0 • 215 • FR.-HS                               PERSONAL: Son of Donald and Teresa Papillion . . . Born July 17,
                       ANGLETON, TEXAS                                  1985 . . . enjoys playing basketball . . . Favorite professional team
                                                                        is the San Francisco 49ers . . . Lists Halle Berry as his favorite
                       ANGLETON HS
                                                           34           actress . . . Undecided on major.
                                                                                      PAPILLION’S CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                           Year      G    UT     AT    TT   TFL   PBU     SK    INT    FR
                                                                           2005      11   26     22    48   3.0   1       1     1      0
PREP: Lettered three years at Angleton High School where he                2004      10   13     20    33   1.0   1       0     0      0
was a two-time All-District and All-County selection . . . Totaled         TOTAL     21   39     42    81   4.0   2       1     1      0
186 tackles and forced five fumbles as a senior . . . Also lettered
four years on the rodeo team where he had six first-place finishes.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 15, 1987 . . . Son of William Hobbs,
Terrie Thomas, and stepfather John Thomas. . . Has one brother,
Paris . . . Enjoys the rodeo and hunting . . . Majoring in education.
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                                                                        League selection.

   DUSTIN mCANNALY                                                      PERSONAL: Born April 14, 1986 . . . The son of George and
                                                                        Loretta Giambastiani . . . Majoring in business administration.


                       RUNNING BACK
                       5-10 • 200 • FR.
                                                                                   JASON CRAIG
                       PERRYVILLE, ARK.                                                        LINEBACKER
                       PERRYVILLE HS                                                           6-0 • 210 • FR.-HS
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                                                                                               DONALDSON, ARK.
                                                                                               CUTTER MORNING STAR
PREP: Rushed for over 2000 yards in his senior season at                                       LAKE HAMILTON HS
                                                                                                                                    40
Perryville High School . . . Was chosen as All-State, All-Conference,
and River Valley Running Back of the Year as well as KARV Player
of the Year . . . Rushed for 34 touchdowns and recorded 76 tackles      PREP: Attended Cutter Morning Star and Lake Hamilton High
his senior year . . . Also selected All-State and All-Conference his    Schools . . . Lettered three years in football . . . Scored eight
junior season gaining 1280 yards and scoring 17 touchdowns . . .        touchdowns and rushed for nearly 500 yards as a senior . . . Was
Also lettered in baseball and weight-lifting.                           chosen All-Garland County Sophomore of the Year in 2003 and
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 9, 1987 . . . The son of Dick and Debbie           was Class 5-AA All-Conference after rushing for 1625 yards.
McAnally . . . Has two brothers Tre and Tyler, and one sister,          PERSONAL: Born Aug. 17, 1987 . . . Enjoys working out and
Lindsey . . . Majoring in athletic training.                            hanging out with friends . . . Lists the Miami Heat and the New
                                                                        York Yankees as his favorite professional teams . . . Undecided

   CONNOR DUBOSE                                                        on major.



                       FREE SAFETY
                       6-1 • 180 • FR.-HS
                                                                           KENDRICK CAmPBELL
                       HUMBLE, ARK.                                                            LINEBACKER
                       HUFFMAN HARGRAVE
                                                          38                                   6-1 • 210 • RFR.-HS
                                                                                               LONGVIEW, TEXAS
                                                                                               LONGVIEW HS
PREP: Was team offensive MVP at Huffman-Hargravve High
                                                                                                                                     41
school . . . Was a multiple-sport athlete playing basketball,
baseball, golf, swimming, and running track.
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 11, 1988 . . . The son of Crockett and
Tammy Dubose . . . Undecided on major.                                  2005: Redshirted.
                                                                        PREP: Prepped at Longview High School where a second team
                                                                        all-state selection his senior year having 102 tackles, five
  BRIAN GIAmBASTIANI                                                    interceptions, and five fumble recoveries . . . Was voted team’s
                                                                        defensive MVP helping lead the Lobos to a 12-1 record and an
                                                                        area-championship.
                       KICKER                                           PERSONAL: Son of Roy Halton and Carol Campbell, and step
                                                                        parents Michael Hasty and Sandra Halton . . . Born Jan. 3, 1987
                       5-10 • 180 • JR.-TRF.                            . . . Enjoys playing video games . . . Favorite food is lasagna and his
                                                                        favorite athlete is Charles Woodson . . . Majoring in engineering.
                       WALNUT, CALIF.
                       MT. SAN ANTONIO
                       TEMPLE CITY HS
                                                          39

COLLEGE: A two-time All-Conference selection at Mount San
Antonio College.
PREP: Attended Temple City High School where he lettered two
years in football and three in soccer . . . Two-time All-Rio Hondo
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                                                                        2003: Totaled seven tackles including a season-best four against

    RYAN REYNOLDS                                                       Arkansas-Monticello . . . Forced one fumble and had one pass
                                                                        breakup.
                                                                        2002: Redshirted.
                                                                        PREP: An all-around athlete at Nashville High School, lettering
                       FREE SAFETY                                      three years in football and track, and once in basketball . . . Three-
                       6-0 • 210 • FR.-HS                               time All-District selection and a two-time All-State pick . . . Team
                                                                        won three district championships and finished as state runner-ups
                       GAINESVILLE, TEXAS                               his junior season . . . Helped lead Nashville to three state track
                                                                        championships while competing in the 100-and 200- meter dash.
                       CALLISBURG HS
                                                           42           PERSONAL: Son of Charles Sr., and Margie Green . . . Born Sept.
                                                                        11, 1984 . . . Has one brother, Charles, and one sister Gabriel . . .
                                                                        Majoring in graphic design.
                                                                                         GREEN’S CAREER STATISTICS
PREP: A three-sport athlete at Callisburg High School where was
                                                                           Year     G     UT     AT    TT   TFL   PBU     SK     INT   FR
selected All-Area and All-District twice in football . . . Rushed for      2003     5     3      4     7    0.0   1       0      0     0
1325 yards his senior season . . . Also played golf and ran track.         2004     7     7      8     15   1.0   1       1      0     0
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 20, 1988 . . . The son of Robby and                    2005     11    23     37    60   2.5   0       1      0     0
Roxanne Reynolds . . . Enjoys playing chess and ping-pong . . .            TOTAL    23    33     49    82   3.5   2       2      0     0
Majoring in physical education.



            NEIL BRADY                                                     mARK VAN-PARIS
                       RUNNING BACK                                                            LINEBACKER
                       5-10 • 200 • FR.-HS                                                     6-2 • 230 • JR.-TRF.
                       MABANK, TEXAS                                                           SONOMA, CALIF.
                       MABANK HS
                                                           43                                  SANTA ROSA JC
                                                                                                                                   45
                                                                                               SANOMA VALLEY HS

PREP: Prepped at Mababnk High School where he rushed for                PREP: Prepped at Sonoma Valley High School where he lettered
957 yards and was second-team All-District as a senior.                 three years . . . Gained 1500 yards and scored 20 touchdowns his
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 26, 1987 . . . The son of Randy Brady,              senior year and was selected All-Empire and All-Metro.
Melody Bradshaw, and stepfather Jonny Bradshaw . . . Enjoys             PERSONAL: Born Jan. 10, 1984 . . . The son of Jeff and Linda
fishing and hunting . . . Majoring in engineering.                      Van-Paris . . . Majoring in physical education.



    CHARLES GREEN                                                                         JOE WISE
                       LINEBACKER                                                              LINEBACKER
                       6-0 • 200 • SR.-3L                                                      6-2 • 225 • JR.-TRF.
                       NASHVILLE, ARK.                                                         MOORPARK, CALIF.
                                                                                               MOORPARK JC
                       NASHVILLE HS
                                                           44                                  MOORPARK HS
                                                                                                                                   46

2005: Second on the team in tackles with 60 playing in all 11           COLLEGE: Totaled 115 tackles and 10 sacks while being named
games . . . Totaled 2.5 tackles for lost yardage . . . Had a career-    first-team Western State Conference . . . Selected Ventura County
high 10 tackles against Stephen F. Austin and Delta State . . .         Defensive Player of the Year .
Lone sack came against Harding.                                         PREP: A two-time All-League and All-CIF first team selection . . .
2004: Played in seven games and totaled 15 stops . . . Recorded         Totaled 65 tackles and 10.5 sack his senior year.
a season-best five tackles against Valdosta State including a           PERSONAL: Born May 31, 1985 . . . The son of Don and Jeanine
quarterback sack.                                                       Wise . . . Majoring in aviation.

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    BRADLEY GREER   ANDREW ROSS
                      RUNNINGBACK                                                           CENTER
                      5-11 • 210 • FR.-HS                                                   6-0 • 255 • JR.-2L
                      ANGLETON, TEXAS                                                       DALLAS, TEXAS
                      ANGLETON HS                                                           L.V. BERKNER HS
                                                        47                                                                       50

PREP: Attended Angleton High School where he played tight end        2005: Played in 10 games and was part of an offensive unit that
. . . Selected honorable Mention All-Conference.                     set the Henderson State record for passing yards in a season.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 18, 1988 . . . The son of Reginald and           2004: Helped team average nearly 300 rushing yards per game.
Mary Grear . . . Enjoys working out . . . Majoring in business.      PREP: An All-District selection and a first-team All-City pick his
                                                                     senior year at L.V. Berkner High School . . . Lettered two years in
                                                                     track . . . A member of the National Honor Society.

            ALLEN PIKE                                               PERSONAL: Son of Russell and Amy Ross . . . Born Jan. 7, 1985
                                                                     . . . Majoring in aviation.


                      LINEBACKER
                      5-11 • 210 • SO.-TRF.
                                                                         GUNNER PRITCHARD
                      CAMDEN, ARK.                                                          LINEBACKER
                      CAMDEN HS
                                                        48                                  6-3 • 210 • FR.-HS
                                                                                            MALVERN, ARK.
                                                                                            MALVERN HS
PREP: Played at Camden-Fairview High School where he lettered
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in football and track.
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 19, 1984 . . . The son of Louis Pike and
Mercedes Hunters, and stepfather Billy Hunter . . . Enjoys drawing   PREP: An All-State defensive end at Magnet Cove . . . Lettered
. . . Majoring in recreation.                                        three years and was a two-time All-Conference selection.
                                                                     PERSONAL: Born Jan. 4, 1988 . . . The son of Roger and Sue
                                                                     Howard . . . Undecided on major.
   JABRYON RUCKER
                      LINEBACKER                                         CHRIS JOHNSON
                      6-1 • 240 • FR.-HS                                                    LINEBACKER
                      ORLANDO, FLA.                                                         5-10 • 210 • JR.-1L
                      MAYNARD EVANS HS
                                                        49                                  WHITE HALL, ARK.
                                                                                            WHITE HALL HS
                                                                                                                                 52
PREP: Lettered two year in football and weight-lifting at Maynard
Evans High School . . . Totaled 60 tackles and had a team-high
five sacks to go along with three fumble recoveries and three        2005: Played in all 11 games and recorded 33 tackles . . . Recorded
blocked punts his senior year.                                       an interception against Arkansas-Monticello . . . Had a season best
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 5, 1988 . . . The son of Donovan McKenzie        six tackles against Central Arkansas and Arkansas-Monticello.
and Elaine Rucker . . . Has three brothers, Donta and Toi Rucker,    PREP: A three-sport athlete at White Hall High School.
and Clarence Thornton, and three sisters Dedra and Shakeira          PERSONAL: Son of Randy and Vickie Hamilton . . . Has one sister,
Rucker, and Leonia Thornton . . . Undecided on major.                Samantha . . . Born Oct. 25, 1985 . . . Majoring in physical education.

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   SCOTT COPELAND CLAY DOUGHERTY
                       OFFENSIVE LINE                                                          LINEBACKER
                       6-4 • 330 • SR.-TRF.                                                    5-11 • 245 • FR.-HS
                       SOUTHAVEN, MISS.                                                        BEARDEN, ARK.
                       LOUISIANA-MONROE                                                        BEARDEN HS
                       SANOMA VALLEY HS
                                                           53                                                                     57

                                                                         PREP: Selected twice to the All-District Team and was an All-State

             KYLE GIBBS                                                  selection in 2004 . . . Lettered in baseball and track at Bearden.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Son of Jay Doherty and Carol Green, and step-
                                                                         parents Paul Green and Robin Doherty . . . Born Feb. 17, 1988
                                                                         . . . Majoring in physical education.
                       OFFENSIVE LINE
                       6-3 • 290 • RFR.-HS
                       JOAQUIN, TEXAS
                                                                                      ALEx BAKER
                       JOAQUIN HS
                                                           55                                  LINEBACKER
                                                                                               6-0 • 200 • RFR.-HS
                                                                                               CALION, ARK.
PREP: A member of the 2004 Prep Star Magazine All-Regional                                     NOPHLET HS
Team . . . Had 424 tackles in three years including 141 as a senior
. . .Also scored 36 touchdowns during his career . . . Was selected
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All-State at linebacker . . . Chosen Joaquin Athlete of the Year.
PERSONAL: Son of Will and Vicki Gibbs . . . Born Nov. 8, 1986
. . . Has one sister, Alyson, and one brother, Myles . . . Majoring in   PREP: Lettered four years at Norphlet where he totaled 100 tackles
computer science.                                                        as a junior and 157 tackles his senior year.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Son of Bryan Baker . . . Born Dec. 22, 1986 . . . Has
                                                                         one brother, James . . . undecided on major.
    ROBERT PLYLER
                       DEFENSIVE TACKLE                                             KALE GOBER
                       6-0 • 275 • FR.-HS                                                      DEEP SNAPPER
                       GURDON, ARK.                                                            6-2 • 240 • JR.-1L
                       GURDON HS
                                                           56                                  EL DORADO, ARK.
                                                                                               LOUISIANA, TECH
                                                                                               EL DORADO HS
                                                                                                                                  60
PREP: An All-State selection at Gurdon High School . . . Totaled
88 tackles and five sacks for the Go-Devils . . . Earned All-District
honors twice and had 75 tackles and eight sacks his junior season.       NOTES: Serves as president of the HSU SAAC program . . . Also
PERSONAL: Son of Sam and Elaine Westmoreland . . . Born                  serves as Worship Leader for the Wesley Foundation.
April 27, 1987 . . . has two brothers, J.J. and Steven Plyler . . .      2005: Was perfect on the season in deep snaps on 85 attempts.
Favorite movie is “Friday Night Lights” . . . Majoring in athletic       PREP: Lettered in football, basketball and soccer at El Dorado
training.                                                                High School for Henderson alum Coach Scooter Register.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Son of Alan and Dewana Gober . . . Born Nov. 3, 1985
                                                                         . . . Has one brother, Kirk . . . Serves as music leader for New
                                                                         beginnings Baptist Church in Malvern . . . Plays the guitar, piano,
                                                                         and drums      . . . Majoring in music.

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                                                                     PERSONAL: Son of Pete and Lois Conwell . . . Born Oct. 2, 1987

          DIEGO LOPEZ                                                . . . Enjoys hunting and fishing . . . Majoring in business.



             OFFENSIVE LINE
             6-0 • 290 • S .-1L
                                SHANE O’NEAL
                                         R
                      OXNARD, CALIF.                                                       DEFENSIVE TACKLE
                      MOORPARK JC                                                          6-4 • 330 • SR.-1L
                      HUENEME HS
                                                        61                                 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
                                                                                           BLINN JC
2005: Saw action on the offensive line in nine games.                                      A&M CONSOLIDATED
                                                                                                                 71
COLLEGE: An All-Conference selection at Moorpark College.
PREP: Lettered two years in football at Hueneme High School
. . . Was a three-time Lineman of the Year selection.                2005: Started nine games and played injured during the season .
PERSONAL: Son of Jesus and Rosa Lopez. . . Born Oct. 9, 1985         . . totaled 44 tackles and had 4.5 tackles for lost yardage . . .
. . . Has two brothers, Guillermo and Aldo, and one sister, Rocio    totaled a season-best nine tackles against Delta State, while having
. . . Majoring in history.                                           seven solo stops . . . Had two sacks against West Albama.
                                                                     COLLEGE: A two-year starter at Blinn Junior College and a second

         JARED LOCKE
                                                                     team All-SWJCFC selection . . . Had three sacks, seven tackles
                                                                     for lost yardage, and 44 total tackles . . . A Pre-season JUCO All-
                                                                     American selection . . . He helped anchor a defensive that was
                                                                     first in the league allowing just 203.9 yards per game.
                      LEFT TACKLE                                    PREP: Played football and ran track at Texas A&M Consolidated
                                                                     . . . Selected All-State and All-Brazos Valley his senior season.
                      6-4 • 280 • JR.-1L                             PERSONAL: Son of Charlotte O’Neal and David Daily . . . Born
                      KILLEEN, TEXAS                                 Aug. 20, 1984 . . . Has one brother, Chad Bilski . . . Majoring in
                                                                     physical education.
                      BLINN JC
                      KILLEEN HS
                                                        62
                                                                               LARRY ESSEx
2005: Started eight games for the Reddies at tackle.
COLLEGE: Started last season for Blinn Junior College and                                  OFFENSIVE LINE
anchored a line that was tops in the nation averaging 478.6 yards
per game . . . Was an honorable mention All-Conference selection.                          6-3 • 320 • JR.-2L
PREP: A four-year letterman at Killeen High School where he was                            RICHARDSON, TEXAS
two-time All-District and honorable mention All-State . . . Helped
                                                                                           RICHARDSON HS
lead team to the state quarterfinals his senior season .
PERSONAL: Son of Carroll and Donna Locke . . . Born Oct 18,                                                                    72
1983 . . . Majoring in accounting.




       NICK CONWELL                                                  2005: A member of the offensive which set school record for
                                                                     passing . . . Earned Academic All-Gulf South Conference Honorable
                                                                     mention honors.
                                                                     2004: Played as a true freshman . . . Had more than 40 knockdown
                      OFFENSIVE LINE                                 blocks and was instrumental in the Reddie offense averaging 300
                                                                     yards rushing per game.
                      6-1 • 300 • FR.-HS                             PREP: A big offensive lineman who has great speed, 5.1 in the 40
                      GREENVILLE, TEXAS                              . . . An All-Conference performer at Richardson High School,
                                                                     Essex played in the Coca-Cola All-Star Game . . . Also a wrestler
                      GREENVILLE HS
                                                        65           for the Eagles, he lettered three years and earned All-District
                                                                     honors.
                                                                     PERSONAL: The son of Constanie Essex . . . Born January
                                                                     27, 1986 . . . Has one sister, Lori . . . Undecided major.
PREP: A two-time All-District selection and was selected Academic
All-State while at Greenville High School.

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              LOUIS WEST     ALLEN POLLARD
                      OFFENSIVE LINE                                                         OFFENSIVE LINE
                      6-8 • 390 • JR.-TRF.                                                   6-3 • 285 • SR.-1L
                      PASADENA, CALIF.                                                       ROWLETT, TEXAS
                      PASADENA JC                                                            BLINN JC
                                                        73                                   ROCKWALL HS
                                                                                                                                   77

                                                                     2005: Started in eight games.

          KEVIN DAVIS                                                COLLEGE: A second team All-Conference selection at Blinn Junior
                                                                     College where was a two-year starter.
                                                                     PREP: Lettered three years at Rockwall High School where he
                                                                     was an All-District selection.
                      OFFENSIVE LINE                                 PERSONAL: The son of Larry and Phyllis Pollard . . . Born April
                                                                     18, 1984 . . . Has one brother, Daniel . . . Majoring in business.
                      6-4 • 300 • JR.-TRF.
                      NORTH SHORE, TEXAS
                      BLINN JC
                                                        74
                                                                               JON HENDRIx
                      NORTH SHORE HS                                                         DEFENSIVE TACKLE
                                                                                             6-4 • 265 • FR.-HS
COLLEGE: A two-year starter at Blinn Junior College and a second
team All-SWJCFC selection.
                                                                                             ATHENS, TEXAS
                                                                                             CROSS ROADS HS
                                                                                                                                  78
PREP: Lettered three years at North Shore High School . . . Rushed
for 955 yards on 115 carries as a senior and was named to the
All-Greater Houston Area Team . . . Named Gatorade Player of
the Year .
PERSONAL: Son of Glen and Susan Davis . . . Born Oct. 22
1984 . . . Majoring in physical education.                           PREP: A three-time first-team All-District pick at Cross Roads
                                                                     High School . . . Also lettered in track and baseball.
                                                                     PERSONAL: Son of Rick Hendrix and step mother Toni Hendrix

     mARC KEPPNER                                                    . . . Born Oct. 16, 1987. . . Has one brother, Rick Jr., and one sister,
                                                                     Megan . . . Undecided on major.

                      OFFENSIVE LINE
                      6-5 • 335 • RFR.-HS                              KURT KUTSCHER
                      HOUSTON, TEXAS
                      CYPRESS HS                                                             OFFENSIVE TACKLE
                                                        75                                   6-6 • 325 • JR.-TRF.
                                                                                             NAVARRO, TEXAS
                                                                                             BLINN JC
2005: Reshirted.
                                                                                             NAVARRO HS
                                                                                                                                  79
PREP: A two-time first-team All-District pick at Cypress High
School . . . Totaled 67 knockdown blocks as a senior . . . Gave up
just three sacks his senior year . . . Broke school’s squat record
and also was tops in the bench press and power clean.                COLLEGE: Played at Blinn Junior College . . . Helped lead the
PERSONAL: Son of Marc and Sherri Keppner . . . Born Jan. 14,         Buccaneers to the Golden Island Bowl Championship.
1987 . . . Undecided on major.                                       PREP: At Navarro High School he was a first-team All-District
                                                                     offensive and defensive lineman . . . Also selected All-County.
                                                                     PERSONAL: Son of Warren and Jennifer Kutscher . . . Born March
                                                                     12, 1986 . . . Has one brother, Kyle . . . Majoring in recreation.

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                                                                         PERSONAL: Son of Wayne Peterson . . . Born Sept. 13, 1986

     KAIL WILLIAmSON                                                     . . . Hobbies include listening to music and playing video games
                                                                         . . . Favorite professional team is the Miami Dolphins . . . Majoring
                                                                         in aviation.

                       TIGHT END
                       6-4 • 230 • SR.-1L                                     STEPHEN GULLEDGE
                       PFLUGERVILLE, TEXAS
                       BLINN JC                                                                 WIDE RECEIVER
                       PFLUGERVILLE HS
                                                           80                                   6-3 • 175 • FR.-HS
                                                                                                KEMP, TEXAS
                                                                                                MABANK HS
2005: Totaled 194 yards on 20 receptions including a season best
42 yards against Central Arkansas.
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COLLEGE: Attended Blinn Junior College where he had nine
catches for 135 yards as a freshman .
PREP: A first-team All-District pick at Pflugerville High School . . .   PREP: Earned All-District, All-Region, and All-Henderson County
Helped lead the Panthers to a District 14-5A championship having         at Mabank High School . . . Totaled 54 catches for 1057 yards his
20 receptions for 409 yards.                                             senior season . . .Lettered in track and soccer . . . Was a district
PERSONAL: The son of Brian Williamson and Celeste Hayley                 champion in the long jump and earned All-District honors in track.
. . . Born Sept. 28, 1984 . . . Favorite team is the New England         PERSONAL: The son of Stephen Gulledge and Caroline Bittinger,
Patriots . . . Majoring in kinesiology.                                  and stepfather John Bittinger . . . Born Dec. 13, 1987 . . . Has
                                                                         two sisters, Crecia Gulledge and Candace Gulledge . . . Undecided
                                                                         on major.
    SHAPORE KHALIFEH
                       WIDE RECEIVER                                            SCOTT HOUSER
                       5-10 • 180 • FR.-HS
                       JOPLIN, MO.                                                              TIGHT END
                       JOPLIN HS                                                                6-4 • 240 • JR.-TRF.
                                                            81                                  DURHAM, CALIF.
                                                                                                BUTTE JC
                                                                                                DURHAM HS
                                                                                                                                    84
PREP: An All-Conference and All-District pick at Joplin High School
. . . Also was an All-Conference pole vaulter clearing 12’8”.
PERSONAL: Son of Cyrus and Linda Khalifeh . . . Born Feb. 2,
1988 . . . Hobbies include coin collecting . . . Undecided on major.     COLLEGE: Attended Butte Junior College where he played two
                                                                         years.

    mARCUS JOHNSON                                                       PREP: A three-sport athlete at Durham High School . . . An All-
                                                                         Conference receiver as a senior after totaling 1400 yards in pass
                                                                         receptions.
                                                                         PERSONAL: The son of Steve and Carol Houser . . . Born Oct.
                       WIDE RECEIVER                                     4, 1984 . . . Has three brothers, Gabe, Kenn, and Robb           ..
                                                                         . Favorite team is the San Francisco 49ers . . . Enjoys fishing and
                       6-2 • 190 • FR.-HS                                reading in his spare time . . . Majoring in physical education.
                       FERNANDINA BEACH, FLA.
                       FERNANDINA HS
                                                           82

PREP: Prepped at Fernandina Beach High School where he was
a two-time All-District and All-County selection . . .Totaled 45
receptions and had seven touchdowns his senior season averaging
17.2 yards per catch . . . Played in the Shrine Bowl . . . Also
letterd two seasons in basketball.
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      ROBBIE FRANK     SAm CARTER
                       WIDE RECEIVER                                                            DEFESNIVE END
                       6-1 • 190 • FR.-HS                                                       6-3 • 250 • JR.-1L
                       GRASS VALLEY, CALIF.                                                     COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
                       BEAR RIVER HS                                                            BLINN JC
                                                           85                                   A&M CONSOLIDATED
                                                                                                                     88

PREP: Lettered in track and football at Bear River High School.          2005: Led team in tackles with 64 including 30 solo stops . . .
PERSONAL: The son of David and Barb Frank . . . Born Oct.                Recorded a season-best 10 tackles against West Alabama . . .
28, 1987 . . . Has one brother, Tommy, and one sister, Samantha          Also had a sack and two tackles for lost yardage against the Tigers.
. . . Favorite team is the Oakland Raiders . . . Undecided on major.     COLLEGE: Played his freshman year at Blinn Junior College where
                                                                         he was part of a defense that ranked first in the conference .
                                                                         PREP: Lettered three years at A&M Consolidated High School . . .
          JEFF GARNER                                                    Was a two-time All-District selection leading his team to a pair of
                                                                         district championships.
                                                                         PERSONAL: The son of Faye Carter . . . Born July 4, 1986
                       TIGHET END                                        . . . Has one brother, Caleb, and one sister, Rachel . . . Majoring
                                                                         in kinesiology.
                       6-3 • 300 • SO.-TRF.
                                                                                          CARTER’S CAREER STATISTICS
                       HOUSTON, TEXAS
                                                                            Year     G     UT     AT    TT   TFL   PBU     SK     INT   FR
                       BLINN JC
                       STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
                                                           86               2005     11    30     34    64   8.0   1       3      0     1




COLLEGE: Played at Blinn College for Coach Scott Maxfield in
2004, then redshirted in 2005.
                                                                              KYLE CHASTAIN
PREP: A four-year letterman in football at Stephen F. Austin High
School . . . Was rated as one of the top quarterbacks in Texas,
                                                                                                DEFENSIVE END
having thrown for 1,322 yards, 10 touchdowns and runnning for                                   6-4 • 230 • JR.-2L
665 yards . . . Was a three-time All-District selection in basketball.
PERSONAL: The son of Jeff Garner, Jr. and Bette Brooks . . .                                    MENA, ARK.
                                                                                                MENA HS
                                                                                                                                    89
Born Nov. 23, 1983 . . . Majoring in recreation.


        STEVEN SCOTT
                                                                         2005: Played in nine games having 11 tackles including three solo
                       WIDE RECEIVER                                     stops against Arkansas Tech . . . Recorded sacks against Arkansas-
                                                                         Monticello and Central Arkansas . . . A GSC Academic All-Confence
                       6-1 • 180 • FR.-HS                                Honorable Mention selection.
                       MORGAN CITY, LA.                                  2004: Saw limited action having one tackle.
                                                                         2003: Redshirted.
                       PATTERSON HS
                                                            87           PREP: Prepped at Mena High School . . . Helped the Bearcats
                                                                         reach the state playoffs twice, and was an All-District honorable
                                                                         mention selection . . . Lettered three years on the Mena track team.
                                                                         PERSONAL: Son of Ricky and Nancy Chastain . . . Born May 28,
                                                                         1985 . . . Has one brother, Kody, and one sister, Kasey . . . Majoring
PREP: Selected first-team All-State as a senior after having 27          in chemistry.
receptions for 521 yards and eight touchdowns . . . Also rushed
for 496 yards and scored seven touchdowns . . . A two-time All-
District and All-Parish selection.                                                       CHASTAIN’S CAREER STATISTICS
PERSONAL: The son of Paul and Virginia Scott . . . Born Oct.                Year     G     UT     AT    TT   TFL   PBU     SK     INT   FR
28, 1986 . . . Undecided on major.                                          2005     9     5      6     11   2.0   1       2      0     0


                                        39 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 39
         mEET THE REDDIES
  KEENEN WHITIKER TAYLOR ALLOWAY
                       DEFENSIVE LINE                                                            DEFENSIVE END
                       5-11 • 280 • RFR.-HS                                                      6-3 • 240 • SO.-1L
                       STAFFORD TEXAS                                                            GEORGETOWN, TEXAS
                                                                                                 GEORGETOWN HS
                       SW OKLAHOMA
                                                           93                                                                          95
                       STAFFORD HS

COLLEGE: Played one season at Northwestern Oklahoma State.               2005: Saw limited action having two tackles.
PREP: Lettered three years in football and two seasons in                PREP: A first team All-District selection at Arkadelphia High
basketball at Stafford High School . . . Was selected All-District       School.
defensive lineman twice and once on offense . . . Total 78 tackles       PERSONAL: Son of Harley and Cathy Alloway . . . Born March 19,
and had four sacks as a senior . . . Totaled over 180 tackles in         1987.
three seasons for the Spartans.
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 3, 1986 . . . Son of Sammy and Rosalyn
Whitaker . . . Has one brother Kendrick . . . Hobbies including
playing video games and shopping . . . Majoring in business.
                                                                                     NICK FINLEY
                                                                                                 DEFENSIVE END
     JERRID FULTON                                                                               6-3 • 260 • SO.-HS
                                                                                                 MALVERN, ARK.
                       DEFENSIVE TACKLE                                                          MAGNOT COVE
                       6-1 • 270 • SR.-3L                                                                                              96
                       ARLINGTON, TEXAS
                       ARLINGTON MARTIN
                                                           94            HENDERSON STATE: In spring workouts he maxed out at 315
                                                                         on the bench press and 405 on the squat.
                                                                         PREP: Lettered in football, baseball, and track at Magnet Cove
                                                                         High School . . . Was selected outstanding defensive lineman his
2005: Totaled 20 tackles including a season-best three tackles           senior year . . . In track, he was an All-Conference three times
against Southern Arkansas and Harding . . . Had two sacks against        and finished fourth in the state in the shot put as a senior and
the Bisons.                                                              helping lead the team to three straight district titles . . . In baseball
2004: Played in 10 games and totaled 41 tackles including 4.5            he was selected All-Conference and All-Region twice while posting
tackles for lost yardage . . . Also had two sacks . . . Had four stops   a .436 batting average as a junior and a .380 average his senior
and a fumble recovery against Arkansas Tech . . . Recorded a             season. PERSONAL: Born July 2, 1985 . . . Son of Toni Ward . .
pass breakup against Central Arkansas . . . Charted a career-high        . Enjoys playing sports . . . Lists the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as
eight tackles against West Alabama including two tackles for lost        his favorite team . . . Majoring in physical education.
yardage . . . Against Harding and West Georgia he totaled seven
stops. . . Had five solo tackles against West Georgia.
2003: Played as a true freshman, having 11 tackles, including three
against Southern Arkansas.
PREP: A three-time All-District selection at Arlington Martin High
School . . . Recorded over 250 tackles in his three seasons playing
for the Warriors.
PERSONAL: Son of Charles and Julie Fulton . . . Born May 23,
1985 . . . Has one brother, Chaz.
                 FULTON’S CAREER STATISTICS
   Year     G     UT     AT    TT   TFL    PBU    SK     INT   FR
   2003     6     5      6     11   2.0    0      1.0    0     0
   2004     10    18     23    41   4.5    1      2.0    0     1
   2005     10    9      11    20   3.5    1      2.0    0     0
   TOTAL    26    32     40    72   10.0   2      5.0    0     1

                                            40 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 40
                mEET THE REDDIES
           CHRIS EVANS    ROSS WATSON
                       DEFENSIVE END                                                           DEFENSIVE TACKLE
                       6-1 • 270 • SR.-3L                                                      5-11 • 265 • SR.-1L
                       NAPLES, TEXAS                                                           CAMERON, TEXAS
                       PAUL H. PREWITT HS                                                      BLINN JC
                                                           97                                  YOE HS
                                                                                                                                     99

2005: Played in six games having six tackles . . . Recorded two         2005: Totaled 40 tackles in 11 games . . . Had a season best 12
tackles against Stephen F. Austin and West Georgia.                     tackles against Arkansas-Monticello . . . Recorded two tackles for
2004: Totaled 36 tackles and 2.5 stops for lost yardage . . .           lost yardage against Valdosta State, and had sacks against UAM
Recorded a career-best nine tackles against Division I-AA Stephen       and Valdosta . . . had a fumble recovery against Stephen F. Austin
F. Austin . . . Had six tackles against Delta State.                    . . . Selected honorable mention on the All-GSC Academic Team.
 2003: Had nine tackles in his rookie season and one pass breakup       COLLEGE: A second team All-SWJCFC selection where he
against Arkansas Tech . . . Recorded two solo stops against             recorded six sacks, seven tackles for lost yardage and 46 tackles
McNeese State.                                                          . . . Helped anchor a defensive line that was first in the league
PREP: A three-sport athlete at Paul H. Pewitt High School . . . A       allowing just 203.9 yards per game.
three-time All-District selection and was a member of the All-Area      PREP: Played football and participated in track at Yoe High School
team twice . . . Totaled over 100 tackles and 11 sacks for the Brahma   . . . Lettered three years in football where he was a two-time All-
Bulls . . . A first-team All-District and MVP pick in basketball,       State, All-Brazos Valley and All-Academic selection . . . Was
averaging 14 points and 12 rebounds per game . . . A four-year          selected Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore . . . Was a three-
starter in baseball and was a two-time All-District pick.               team regional qualifier in track and went to the state meet twice.
PERSONAL: Son of Cynthia Evans . . . Born May 17, 1985 . . . His        PERSONAL: Born May 5, 1983 . . . Son of Benton and Diana
uncle, David Evans, played for Central Arkansas and the Minnesota       Watson . . . Has one sister, Julie Hurst . . . Favorite professional
Vikings . . . Favorite professional team is the San Francisco 49ers     team is the Dallas Cowboys . . . Favorite movies include “The
. . . Enjoys drawing and being with his family . . . Majoring in        Program” and “Die Hard” . . . Favorite actor is Bruce Willis . . .
psychology.                                                             Enjoys the rodeo . . . Majoring in biology.
                 EVANS’ CAREER STATISTICS                                                WATSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
   Year     G     UT     AT   TT    TFL    PBU    SK    INT   FR           Year     G     UT     AT    TT    TFL   PBU      SK    INT    FR
   2003     6     4      5    9     0.0    1      0.0   0     0            2005     11    13     27    40    6.5   0        2.0   0      2
   2004     10    8      28   36    2.5    1      0.0   0     1
   2005     6     1      5    6     0.5    0      0.0   0     0
   TOTAL    22    13     38   51    3.0    2      0.0   0     1                          NCAA ATHLETICS
                                                                              Athletics is a unifying source of pride for the students of
                                                                         Henderson State University.

   PATRICK GLADNEY                                                            The Reddies are members of the NCAA Division II, Gulf South
                                                                         Conference, and field 12 men’s and women’s intercollegiate
                                                                         athletic teams.
                                                                              Men’s athletics include football, basketball, baseball, swimming
                       DEFENSIVE END                                     and diving, and golf.
                       6-4 • 240 • RFR.-HS                                    Women’s athletics include volleyball, cross country, basketball,
                                                                         tennis, softball, swimming and diving, and golf.
                       COTTON VALLEY, LA.                                     Since the school began participating in intercollegiate athletics
                                                                         in the early 1900’s, thousands of student-athletes have shuffled
                       COTTON VALLEY HS
                                                          98             their time between the classroom and the playing field to carry
                                                                         the spirit of the Reddies into competition. And throughout the last
                                                                         century, Henderson State has been recognized for winning team
                                                                         championships and honoring student-athletes for their
                                                                         achievements on the field and in the classroom.
2005: Redshirted.
                                                                              Since joining the Gulf South Conference and the NCAA Division
PREP: An All-District defensive end and tight end selection . . .
                                                                         II level, Henderson State has won conference championships and
Earned All-State honors as a tight end . . . Had 76 tackles.
                                                                         participated in post-season national tournaments in both men’s
PERSONAL: Son of Leonard and Rita Gladney . . . Born May 18,
                                                                         and women’s basketball, volleyball, golf, cross country, and
1986.
                                                                         swimming and diving.

                                          41 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 41
                              2005 FINAL STATISTICS
                                                  SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
   DATE           OPPONENT                      SITE                    W/L      SCORE         RECORD           GSC RECORD              ATTN.
   Aug. 27        UA-MONTICELLO                 Monticello, Ark.        W        37-7          1-0-0            0-0-0                   3497
   Sept. 1        at Stephen F. Austin          Nacogdoches, Texas      L        38-49         1-1-0            0-0-0                   8475
   Sept. 10       at Arkansas Tech              Russellville, Ark.      L        32-42         1-2-0            0-1-0                   6520
   Sept. 17       at Central Arkansas           Conway, Ark.            L        7-55          1-3-0            0-2-0                   7132
   Sept. 24       DELTA STATE                   Arkadelphia, Ark.       L        17-21         1-4-0            0-3-0                   1891
   Oct. 1         HARDING                       Arkadelphia, Ark.       W        23-0          2-4-0            1-3-0                   2978
   Oct. 8         at Valdosta State             Valdosta, Ga.           L        12-52         2-5-0            1-4-0                   4968
   Oct. 15        at North Alabama              Florence, Ala.          L        10-38         2-6-0            1-5-0                   10087
   Oct. 22        WEST GEORGIA                  Arkadelphia, Ark.       L        12-38         2-7-0            1-6-0                   1972
   Oct. 29        WEST ALABAMA                  Arkadelphia, Ark.       W        35-13         3-7-0            2-6-0                   4674
   Nov. 5         Southern Arkansas             Magnolia, Ark.          L        23-35         3-8-0            2-7-0                   4112


                                                   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING              GP   Att Gain       Loss    Net    Avg.    TD   LP Avg/G    SCORING-CONT’D    TD    FG      Kick       Rush    Rcv       Pass    DXP       Saf Pts
Bernard Plamer       11   198 918        52      866    4.4     6    31   78.7   Kevin Austin      1     0-0     0-0        0-0     0         0-0     0         0     6
Arthur Burnett       10   37  173        2       171    4.6     1    20   17.1   Arthur Burnett    1     0-0     0-0        0-0     0         0-0     0         0     6
Jace Garrison        4    9   61         3       58     6.4     0    16   14.5   Chase Myers       1     0-0     0-0        0-0     0         0-0     0         0     6
Donald Bell          7    9   56         1       55     6.1     0    11    7.9   Jace Garrison     1     0-0     0-0        0-0     0         0-0     0         0     6
Kevin Austin         3    1   53         0       53     53.0    0    50   17.7   J. Buchanan       1     0-0     0-0        0-0     0         0-0     0         0     6
Garrett Manning      11   7   40         1       39     5.6     0    11    3.5   TOTAL             30    13-20   23-25      0-0     2         2-5     0         0 246
Dane King            11   70  202        186     16     0.2     3    22    1.5   OPPONENTS         49    3-10    47-49      0-0     0         0-0     0         0 350
Chase Meyers         9    4   14         0       14     3.5     0    6     1.6
Earvin Brown         10   3   123        0       12     4.0     0    9     1.2   TOTAL OFFENSE          GP    Plays        Rush        Pass       Total          Avg/G
Marvin Prude         5    3   7          0       7      2.3     0    4     1.4   Dane King              11    535          16          2719       2735            248.6
J. Buchanan          10   2   9          3       6      3.0     0    9     0.6   Bernard Palmer         11    198          866         0          866              78.7
Trey Jones           2    6   19         15      4      0.7     0    7     2.0   Arthur Burnett         10    37           171         0          171              17.1
Freddie Dancy        5    2   2          0       2      1.0     0    2     0.4   Trey Jones             2     23           4           141        145              72.5
Team                 5    3   0          56      -56    18.7    0    0   -11.2   Jace Garrison          4     9            58          0          58               14.5
TOTAL                11   354 1566       319     1247   3.5     10   50 113.4    Donald Bell            7     9            55          0          55                7.9
OPPONENTS            11   478 2372       285     2087   4.4     22   36 189.7    Kevin Austin           3     1            53          0          53               17.7
                                                                                 Garrett Manning        11     8           39          0          39                3.5
PASSING             GP    Effic.    A-C-I        Pct.    Yds.   TD    LP Avg     Chase Meyers           9     4            14          0          14                1.6
Dane King           11    107.57    465-259-20   55.7    2719   16    98 247.2   Jeremy Buchanan        10    2            6           0          6                 0.6
Trey Jones          2     153.79    17-11-0      64.7    141    1     47 70.5    TOTAL                  11    841          1247        2867       4114            374.0
Freddie Dancy       5     52.93     3-1-0        33.3    7      0     7    1.4   OPPO.                  11    834          2087        2351       4438            403.5
Earvin Brown        10    0.00      1-0-0        0.0     0      0     0    0.0
Garrett Manning     11    0.00      1-0-0        0.0     0      0     0    0.0   ALL PURPOSE       G     Rush        Rec      PR       KR      IR    TOT           Avg
TOTAL               11    108.40    487-271-20   55.6    2867   17    98 260.6   Garrett Manning   11    39          580      24       382     0     1025          93.2
OPPONENTS           11    125.30    356-212-18   59.6    2351   22    67 213.7   Bernard Palmer    11    866         135      0        0       0     1001          91.0
                                                                                 Donald Bell       7     55          244      140      402     0     841          120.1
RECEIVING            GP       No.     Yards      Avg.    TD      LP     Avg/G    Marques Clark     11    0           700      0        0       0     700           63.6
Marques Clark        11       49      700        14.3    6       98       63.6   Jason Factuar     10    0           275      0        0       0     275           27.5
Garrett Manning      11       47      580        12.3    4       59       52.7   TOTAL             11    1247        2867     236      838     230   5418         492.5
Jason Factuar        10       28      275        9.8     1       30       27.5   OPPO              11    2087        2351     474      792     231   5935         539.5
Donald Bell          7        25      244        9.8     2       80       34.9
Earvin Brown         10       24      257        10.7    0       27       25.7   PUNTING           No.       Yards     Avg        L          TB      FC        I20 Blkd
Bernard Palmer       11       24      135        5.6     0       14       12.3   Bryan Woodward    40        1522      38         56         1       1         2      2
K. Williamson        11       20      194        9.7     0       19       17.6   Dane King         15        562       37.5       55         1       0         7      0
J. Buchanan          10       20      136        6.8     1       13       13.6   TOTAL             58        2098      36.2       56         2       1         9      3
Kevin Austin         3        13      172        13.2    1       48       57.3   OPPO              45        1723      38.3       62         1       6         14     1
Jace Garrison        4        8       79         9.9     1       17       19.8
Chase Meyers         9        8       67         8.4     1       20        7.4   FIELD GOALS       FGM-FGA Pct              20-29      30-39      40-49         LG BK
Lance Stone          5        4       22         5.5     0       7         4.4   Bryan Woodard     13-20   65.0             4-4        5-8        4-8           49  3
Arthur Burnett       10       1       6          6.0     0       6         0.6
TOTAL                11       271     2867       10.6    17      98      260.6   SCORE BY QUARTERS                    1       2          3           4            Total
OPPONENTS            11       212     2351       11.1    22      67      213.7   Henderson State                      57      80         44          65            246
                                                                                 Opponents                            61      107        98          84            350
SCORING              TD   FG        Kick    Rush   Rcv   Pass    DXP   Saf Pts
Bryan Woodard        0    13-20     23-25   0-0    0     0-0     0     0    62   PUNT RETURNS                   No.         Yds          Avg              TD      Long
Marques Clark        6    0-0       0-0     0-0    1     0-0     0     0    38   Donald Bell                    11          140          12.7             0         29
Bernard Palmer       6    0-0       0-0     0-0    0     0-0     0     0    36   Divon Hughes                   4           70           17.5             0         23
Garret Manning       4    0-0       0-0     0-0    0     0-0     0     0    24   Kevin Austin                   2           3            1.5              0          3
Donald Bell          3    0-0       0-0     0-0    1     0-0     0     0    20   Garrett Manning                1           24           24.0             0         24
Dane King            3    0-0       0-0     0-0    0     2-4     0     0    18   TOTAL                          19          236          12.4             0         29
Jabrayl Ward         2    0-0       0-0     0-0    0     0-0     0     0    12   OPPO                           26          474          18.2             2         66

                                                   42 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 42
                         2005 FINAL STATISTICS
KICK RETURNS                  No.     Yds   Avg       TD   Long                    TEAm STATISTICS
Garrett Manning               20      382   19.1      0      37                                                    HSU                   OPPO
Donald Bell                   20      402   20.1      1      72     SCORING                                         246                    350
Marcus Anderson               2       402   20.1      0      24             Points per game                         22.4                   31.8
Divon Hughes                  1       3     3.0       0       3     FIRST DOWNS                                      226                    248
Jim Ed Baugh                  1       -2    -2.0      0       0             Rushing-Passing-Penalty           80-127-19             116-115-17
                                                                    RUSHING YARDAGE                                1247                   2087
Marvin Prude                  1       13    13.0      0      13             Yards Gained                           1266                   2372
TOTAL                         45      838   18.6      1      72             Yards Lost                              319                    285
OPPO                          39      792   20.3      0      61             Rushing Attempts                         354                   478
                                                                            Average Per Rush                         3.5                    4.4
INTERCEPTION RETURNS          No.     Yds   Avg       TD   Long             Average Per Game                      113.4                  189.7
                                                                            TDs Rushing                               10                     22
Jason Santiago                4       27    6.8       0      17     PASSING YARDAGE                                2867                   2351
Darrell Burnett               3       27    9.0       0      15             Attempts-Complete-Int.          487-271-20             356-212-18
Jabrayl Ward                  3       69    23.0      1      49             Average Per Pass                          5.9                   6.6
Divon Hughes                  2       72    36.0      0      38             Average Per Catch                       10.6                   11.1
Chris Johnson                 1       0     0.0       0       0             Average Per Game                      260.6                  213.7
                                                                            TDs Passing                               17                     22
Chaz Burns                    1       21    21.0      0      21     TOTAL OFFENSE                                  4114                   4438
D.J. Papillion                1       0     0.0       0       0             Total Plays                              841                   834
Alan Lambert                  1       0     0.0       0       0             Average Per Play                          4.9                   5.3
Arkeith Cozart                1       1     1.0       0       1             Average Per Game                      374.0                  403.5
Adrian Ivory                  1       13    13.0      0      13     KICK RETURNS-YARDS-AVG.                 45-838-18.6            39-792-20.3
                                                                    PUNT RETURNS-YARDS-AVG.                 19-236-12.4            26-474-18.2
TOTAL                         18      230   12.8      1      49     INT. RETURNS-YARDS                      18-230-12.8            20-231-11.6
OPPO                          20      231   11.6      3      60     FUMBLES-LOST                                  22-13                   19-9
                                                                    PENALTIES-YARDS                              97-772                 84-754
FUMBLE RETURNS                No.     Yds   Avg       TD   Long     PUNTS-YARDS-AVG.                       58-2098-36.2           45-1723-38.3
Jabaryl Ward                  1       11    11.0      1      11     TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME                       28:28                  31:32
                                                                    3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS                         68-178                 58-149
Darrell Burnett               1       6     6.0       0       6     4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS                          11-25                  11-33
TOTAL                         2       17    8.5       1      11     SACK BY-YARDS                                23-143                 23-152
OPPO                          1       3     3.0       0       3

                                            DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
DEFENSE            G    UA      AST   TOT   TFL-Yds        SK-Yds    INT-Yds       PBR            FR-Yds      FF            BLK      SAFE
Sam Carter         11   30      34    64    8.0-35         3-17      0-0           1              1-0         0             1        0
Jabrayl Ward       11   42      18    60    1.0-3          0-0       3-69          8              1-11        0             0        0
Charles Green      11   23      37    60    2.5-14         1-11      0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Jason Santiago     11   32      27    59    1.5-6          0-0       4-27          5              1-0         0             0        0
Darrell Burnett    11   31      22    53    1.5-4          0-0       3-27          5              2-6         0             0        0
Adrian Ivory       11   24      29    53    12.5-59        4-33      1-13          2              1-0         2             0        0
Alan Lambert       8    28      23    51    6.0-18         2-8       1-0           1              0-0         0             0        0
D.J. Papillion     11   26      22    48    3.0-11         2-6       1-0           1              0-0         2             0        0
Divon Hughes       10   30      15    45    0-0            0-0       2-72          1              0-0         0             0        0
Shane O’Neal       9    16      28    44    4.5-16         3-11      0-0           1              0-0         2             0        0
Ross Watson        11   13      27    40    6.5-28         2-21      0-0           0              2-0         1             0        0
Arkeith Cozart     5    16      22    38    1.0-3          1-3       1-1           5              0-0         0             0        0
Chris Johnson      11   13      20    33    0-0            0-0       1-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Drew Hill          11   17      9     26    2.5-3          0-0       0-0           1              0-0         1             0        0
Quieren Burnett    10   10      16    26    0.5-1          0-0       0-0           1              0-0         0             0        0
Chaz Burns         11   13      13    26    0-0            0-0       1-21          2              0-0         1             0        0
Aaron Guzmon       11   13      11    24    6.0-25         2-14      0-0           2              0-0         0             0        0
Jerrid Fulton      10   9       11    20    3.5-10`        3-6       0-0           1              0-0         0             0        0
M. Campbell        11   9       10    19    1.0-6          0-0       0-0           1              0-0         0             0        0
Clint Slaten       10   6       13    19    3.0-10         2-6       0-0           0              1-0         1             0        0
Darnei Bates       10   11      3     14    1.0-2          0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Trent Slaughter    5    5       7     12    0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Kyle Chastain      9    5       6     11    1.5-4          2-4       0-0           1              0-0         0             0        0
Marcus Whitehead   8    5       5     10    0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Jeremy Buchanan    10   5       5     10    0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Bryan Woodard      11   7       0     7     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Chris Evans        6    1       5     6     0.5-1          0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Freddie Alan       4    2       1     3     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Kail Williamson    11   1       2     3     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Andrew Ross        10   0       2     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Davion Williams    2    1       1     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Taylor Alloway     2    0       2     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Garrett Manning    11   1       1     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Jim Ed Baugh       6    1       1     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Marcus Anderson    3    1       1     2     0.5-3          1-3       0-0           0              0-0         1             0        0
Chase Meyers       9    1       1     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Stephen Raines     6    2       0     2     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
John Reeves        3    0       1     1     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Jay Boyd           8    0       1     1     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Jared Locke        8    1       0     1     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Earvin Brown       10   0       1     1     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
Marques Clark      11   1       0     1     0-0            0-0       0-0           0              0-0         0             0        0
TOTAL              11   458     455   913   68-262         23-143    18-230        39             9-17        13            2        0
OPPO               11   411     434   845   64-234         23-152    20-231        52             13-3        10            7        0

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    GAmE ONE • AUG. 27                              GAmE TWO • SEPT. 1                             GAmE THREE • SEPT. 10
  HSU37, UA-mONTICELLO 7                        STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 49, HSU 38                      ARKANSAS TECH 42, HSU 32
 ARKADELPHIA, ARK. • 3,497                     NACOGDOCHES, TExAS • 8,475                        RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. • 6,520
    The debut of the new Henderson State          Stephen F. Austin scored 21 unanswered           Henderson State’s second half rally fell
offense behind first year coach Scott          points in the third quarter as the               short as 14th-ranked Arkansas Tech held
Maxfield and quarterback Dane King             Lumberjacks came from behind to beat             off the Reddies with a 42-32.
couldn’t have been much better as the          Henderson State 49-38.                              A standing room only crowd of 6,520
Reddies opened the season with a 37-7 win         With Henderson State leading 24-7 at          fans at Buerkle Field witnessed the Reddies
over Arkansas-Monticello.                      the half, SFA took advantage of three            storm back from a 19-point second-half
    The Reddies set the tone on its first      Henderson State turnovers and a pair of          deficit and threaten to spoil Tech’s home
offensive series as King, behind a no-         big penalties which changed the                  opener.
huddle offense, moved Henderson State 70       complexion of the game.                             Arkansas Tech began the second half
yards in nine plays, connecting with              Stephen F. Austin began its comeback          with a 14-play, 86 yard drive, which resulted
freshman Garett Manning for a 13-yard          in the third quarter taking advantage of a       in a 16-yard touchdown run by running back
score.                                         Henderson State special teams blunder. On        Tracey Stiger to give the Wonder Boys what
    King again connected with Manning at       4th and 26, SFA was forced to punt,              seemed to be a comfortable 35-16 lead with
the start of the second quarter, as the        however the Reddies had two many players         7:40 left in the third quarter.
Hallettsville, Texas native ran a crossing     on the field and moved the ball 15 yards            However, the Reddies would come right
route and broke free for a 59-yard             and gave SFA the ball at Reddie 28, 4th          back on the ensuing possession and score
touchdown to put the Reddies on top 14-0       and 11. On the next play Zeke Dixon              on a 14-yard pass play from Dane King to
with 13:52 to play in the half.                hooked up with Carl Price from 28-yards          Jason Factur and then convert on a two-
    The kicking game, which has been           out to make the score 24-14 with 7:13 to         point conversion to drop Tech’s lead to 35-
obsolete for several years, got into the act   play in the third period.                        24 with 2:58 left in the quarter.
on the Reddies’ next possession, as Bryan         Pinned back to its own 1, SFA made               King orchestrated a drive that went 84
Woodard hit from 26-yards to increase the      quick work of the tired Reddie defense           yards on eight plays capped off by a five-
lead to 17-0.                                  moving the ball down field scoring on five       yard scoring strike to Donald Bell. King was
    The Reddie rushing attack also was         plays set up by two 40-plus yard passes b        6-for-6 on the drive for 65 yards and also
impressive totaling 265 yards on 43            y Dixon. Damien Perkins then scored on           had a rush of 16 yards during the drive.
attempts, with a majority of that coming       an 8-yard run with 13:50 to play in the game     The Reddies elected to go for the two-point
from Bernard Palmer.                           to make the score 35-24.                         conversion again with King hooking up with
    Palmer, who ended the night with 76           After a Henderson State stop, the             Marques Clark to make the score 35-32
yards on 15 attempts, scored late in the       Lumberjacks then pinned the Reddies back         with 10:26 left to play.
first half on a 9-yard run, and began the      to its 1-yardline with 5:13 left. On the first      Tech sealed the win thanks to a 13-yard
second half for Henderson State having an      play, Stephon Rhea intercepted a Dane            touchdown pass from quarterback Jason
8-yard score to make the score 30-0.           King pass and coasted to the end zone to         Campbell to tight end Josh Rogers with 35
    King ended the day completing 22 of 37     end any hope of a Reddie upset.                  seconds remaining in the game.
passes for 296 yards in just three quarter        Stephen F. Austin totaled 518 yards of           Henderson State gained 448 yards in
of work. King’s last pass was a 17-yard        offense with Dixon completing 27-of-45           total offense on the night with King finishing
scoring strike to Jace Garrison with 33        passes for 338 yards. The Reddies totaled        the night 36-for-55 in the air for 373 yards
seconds left to play in the quarter.           321 yards of offense with King completing        and three interceptions.
    Henderson State totaled 568 yards of       just 18 of 39 plays for 203 yards.                  King’s 373 yards passing was the
offense while the defense had a stellar                                                         second-highest total in Reddie history, with
performance limiting UAM to just 248yards,                                                      his 36 completions being a Reddie single-
and just 101 yards after three quarters.                                                        game record surpassing Chris Reil, now the
                                                                                                quarterback at Central Arkansas, who had
                                                                                                35 against ATU in 2000.




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     GAmE FOUR • SEPT 17                              GAmE FIVE • SEPT. 24                            GAmE SIx • OCT. 1
  CENTRAL ARKANSAS 55, HSU 7                        DELTA STATE 21, HSU 17                           HSU23, HARDING 0
    CONWAY, ARK. • 7,132                           ARKADELPHIA, ARK. • 1,891                      ARKADELPHIA, ARK. • 2,978
    Anything that could go wrong for                  In monsoon-like conditions, due to the         Henderson State has been offensively
Henderson State did, as Central Arkansas          approach of Hurricane Rita, Henderson          oriented this season, but it was the defense
rolled past the Reddies 55-7.                     State’s passing game was ineffective as No.    that came to life as the Reddies defeated
    The Bears totaled 549 yards of offense        20 Delta State held off the Reddies 21-17.     Harding 23-0.
and topped the 50-point mark for the                  Delta State struck first as quarterback        The Reddies recorded its first shutout
second time this season, while holding            Scott Eyster completed a 4-yard pass to        in 126 games.
Henderson State’s ground game to just 44          Robert Davis for the Statesman’s first             Harding moved the ball from its own 28
yards.                                            touchdown of the game.                         down to the Reddie 3-yardline where it was
    Central Arkansas used a balance                   The Reddies tied the score late in the     first and goal.
offensive attack rushing for 202 yards and        second quarter as Jeremy Buchanan                  Darrell Burnett intercepted a Rocky Hall
passing for 347.                                  caught an 11-yard pass from Dane King.         pass at the 1-yard line to end the drive,
    UCA quarterbacks Chris Reil and                   Delta State regained the lead benefiting   however, that was just the beginning of the
Nathan Brown combined to complete 29 of           from one of three second-half interceptions    big blow to the Bisons.
35 passes (83 percent) for 347 yards and          by King. Pete Golding intercepted King’s           On Henderson’s second play from the
four touchdowns.                                  pass deep into Reddie territory and the        two, Dane King hooked up with Marques
    Reil hit on 21 of 26 for 207 yards and        Statesmen set up shop at the Reddie 16.        Clark for a 98-yard touchdown to make the
three scores, while Brown completed 8 of              A.J. Davis rushed in from a yard out to    score 13-0. It was a play that will go down
9 for 140 yards and another TD.                   make the score 14-7, with at 8:31 left in      in the Reddie record books as the longest
    Running back Kentrel Rogers scored            the third quarter.                             play in school history.
three times, twice on touchdown runs of 4             On the ensuing kickoff, Donald Bell gave       Earlier in the game, kicker Bryan
and 36 yards, and caught three passes for         the Reddies great field position returning     Woodard booted a 48-yard field goal to give
33 yards and an 8-yard touchdown.                 the kick 36 yards to the Delta State 38-yard   the Reddies a 3-0 lead. It was the longest
    Rogers opened the scoring with his 4-         line. The Reddies were unable to move the      field-goal by a Reddie since joining the
yarder at the 10:37 mark of the first quarter     pigskin, and Bryan Woodard booted a 35-        GSC. Woodard added a 30-yard boot to
and the Bears scored three more times             yard field goal to make the score 14-10 with   make the score 6-0 at the beginning at the
before HSU got on the board.                      5:23 in the third stanza.                      second quarter.
    The Reddies got an 80-yard touchdown              The Reddies took their first lead of the       Woodard added his third field goal of
pass from Dane King to Donald Bell with           game just 16 second later.                     the game midway through the fourth
3:20 left in the first half but it was the only       After DSU took possession, Jabrayl         quarter, this time from 45 yards out.
score they could manage from their 391            Ward intercepted an Eyster pass and                Henderson State added a late score
yards of offense. King completed 29 of 48         returned it 49-yards to give Henderson State   when Bernard Palmer rushed in from five
passes for 347 yards but the lone                 a 17-14 lead.                                  yards out.
touchdown.                                            Delta State answered on its next drive         Palmer’s score was set up by a Divon
    Bell ended the night with eight catches       going 80 yards in eight plays capped off by    Hughes interception at the Harding 43, with
for 131 yards becoming the first receiver         a 22-yard run by Chad Ridley, to put the       Hughes returning the ball down to the Bison
since 2003 to taotl more than 100 yards in        Statesmen back up 21-17.                       5                                            .
a game.                                               Delta State had 392 yards of total             Henderson State totaled 386 yards of
    Henderson State netted just 44 yards on       offensive compared to a season-low for         offense with Palmer rushing for 98 yards,
32 carries, led by Bernard Palmer’s 75            Henderson State of 224 yards.                  and King completing 14 of 25 passes for
yards. The Reddies had 52 yards in losses.            Snell led all players with 102 yards       212 yards.
    The Reddies turned the ball over four         rushing, while Palmer had 79 yards for the         Clark had three catches for 118 receiving
times resulting in 21 UCA points.                 Reddies.                                       yards.




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      GAmE SEVEN • OCT. 8                            GAmE EIGHT • OCT. 15                              GAmE NINE • OCT. 22
   VALDOSTA STATE 52, HSU 12                      NORTH ALABAmA 38, HSU 10                           WEST GEORGIA 38, HSU 12
     VALDOSTA, GA. • 4,968                          FLORENCE, ALA. • 4,674                          ARKADELPHIA, ARK. • 1,972
    Valdosta State scored 31 unanswered              North Alabama celebrated its                      Turnovers were a key problem for
points as the No. 3 Blazers beat Henderson       Homecoming in style with a 38-10 beating          Henderson State as the Reddies fell to the
State 52-12, Saturday in Valdosta, Ga.           of Henderson State.                               University of West Georgia 38-12.
    Valdosta State, 6-1 on the year and 4-           After a short punt by UNA’s Lyle Atkinson         The Reddies had six fumbles on the
1in the Gulf South Conference built a 31-        and a 14 yard return by Divon Hughes, the         game, losing four to the Braves, and
12 halftime lead benefiting from a blocked       Reddies went to work from the UNA 33.             throwing one interception.
punt and an interception in the second               Henderson State couldn’t move the ball            In the first quarter, West Georgia lost
quarter.                                         and Bryan Woodard lined up for a 49-yard          no time and quickly found their first
    Blazer quarterback Barrett Wilkes            field goal. Woodard, the GSC leader in field      touchdown of the day. Henderson State’s
completed 24 of 30 passes for 202 yards          goals, split the uprights to give the Reddies     Drew Hill received a 46-yard punt by Jeff
and threw for three touchdowns to lead the       a 3-0 lead. Woodard’s field goal was the          Carpenter, but fumbled under the Brave’s
Blazers to their eighth straight win over the    longest in Reddie history.                        defense.
Reddies.                                             UNA tied the game with a 32-yard Yuta             The pigskin was picked up by West
    The Reddies, 2-5 and 1-4, kept the game      Fukuda field goal with 1:16 left in the           Georgia’s Chris Mitchum to set the Braves
close for most of the first half, getting a 27   opening quarter. The score began a 38-0           up on Henderson State’s 14-yard line. Abe
and 30-yard field goal from Bryan                run by the Lions as Henderson State could         Felix rushed over the right guard for 14
Woodard.                                         manage just a late touchdown as Dane King         yards to put West Georgia up 7-0 with 12:02
    Reddie quarterback Dane King hooked          plunged in from a yard out with 3:27 to play      left in the first quarter.
up with Marques Clark for a 9-yard score         in the game.                                          The Braves took control of the second
with 9:44 to play in the half to make the            A one-yard touchdown run by Eric              quarter, with a 43-yard Abe Felix rush to
score 21-12. The two-point conversion            Packer with 11:22 left in the second quarter      put West Georgia up 17-0 with 10:20 left in
failed.                                          gave UNA the lead for good. Fukuda’s PAT          the half. Both teams battled back and forth
    Valdosta then took control of the game       made it 10-3.                                     for the remainder of the time, ending the
scoring 31 points including a 67 yard                A 32-yard Vinnie Saylor pass to Rodney        half 17-0.
touchdown toss from Lewis Kuffour to             Steele with 2:49 left in the first half made it       West Georgia kicked off the second half
Sherard Reynolds and a 60-yard                   17-3 at intermission.                             in the same fashion, quickly scoring off a
interception return by Maurice Leggett.              In the third quarter, Anthony Merritt         Abe Felix rush to put West Georgia up 24-
    King ended the day completing 37 of 66       returned a Bryan Woodard punt 66 yards            0. The Reddies rallied back, but turn the
passes for a season-best 386 yards. The          for a score at the 11:53 mark. Saylor later       ball over again on downs.
Reddies used 10 different receivers with         passed three yards to Jason Messing for               West Georgia came back to score off of
Marques Clark having nine catches for 166        another score at 2:19 of the third quarter        an Abe Felix rush to score their fourth
yards including a 65-yard reception.             to extend the lead to 31-3 and the final UNA      touchdown of the game.
                                                 score came on a four-yard run by Gregory              The Reddies pushed back as well,
                                                 Clark with 8:11 left in the game.                 scoring their second touchdown of the
                                                     King ended the night with 214 yards           game off of a Trey Jones 47-yard pass to
                                                 completing 32 of 52 passes. The senior            Marques Clark to set the game’s final score
                                                 quarterback set the Henderson State single-       at 38-12.
                                                 season completion record with 207                     Bernard Palmer led the Reddies with a
                                                 completions surpassing Chris Reil who             gain of 55 yards, and one touchdown.
                                                 completed 181 passes in 2000.                     Marques Clark had six receptions, gaining
                                                                                                   80 yards, and one touchdown.




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    GAmE TEN • OCT. 29                              GAmE ELEVEN • NOV. 5                                    HENDERSON STATE
 HSU 35, WEST ALABAmA 13                          SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 35, HSU 23                                  SEASON
 ARKADELPHIA, ARK. • 4,674                         mAGNOLIA, ARK. • 4,112                                     GAmE HIGHS
                                                                                                RUSHES: ....................... 27 by Bernard Palmer
   Henderson State shined in front of a             The Henderson State Reddies ended           ................. at Southern Arkansas (Nov 05, 2005)
television audience as the Reddies rolled       their season Saturday with a tough 35-23        YARDS RUSHING: ....... 191 by Bernard Palmer
to a 35-13 win over West Alabama, giving        loss to Southern Arkansas.                      ....................... vs West Alabama (Oct 29, 2005)
the 4,674 in attendance for Homecoming              In the first quarter, Southern Arkansas     TD RUSHES: ................... 2 by Bernard Palmer
something to remember.                          wasted no time to get on the board, scoring     .............. vs Arkansas-Monticello (Aug 27, 2005)
   The win was Henderson State’s first          their first touchdown with 2:16 into the        LONG RUSH: ....................... 50 by Kevin Austin
                                                game to lead 7-0.                               .............. vs Arkansas-Monticello (Aug 27, 2005)
homecoming win since 1995, and the
                                                                                                PASS ATTEMPTS: .................. 66 by Dane King
Reddies finished the home portion of their          The Reddies quickly recovered on their
                                                                                                ........................... at Valdosta State (Oct 8, 2005)
schedule with a 3-2 record, the first winning   next possession, going on a 12 play drive       PASS COMPLETIONS: ........... 37 by Dane King
record at home in 20 years when the             and covering 77 yards to end with a 33-         ........................... at Valdosta State (Oct 8, 2005)
Reddies were 6-0 in 1985.                       yard Bryan Woodard field goal to put HSU’s      YARDS PASSING: ................. 386 by Dane King
   Dane King completed 22 of 29 passes          first points on the board 7-3.                  ........................... at Valdosta State (Oct 8, 2005)
for 249 yards and three touchdowns. The             After the first of four SAU fumbles on      TD PASSES: .............................. 3 by Dane King
senior from Gonzales, Texas set the single-     the game, the Reddies came back to score        .............. vs Arkansas-Monticello (Aug 27, 2005)
                                                off a Garett Manning 18-yard reception from     LONG PASS: ........................... 98 by Dane King
season record for passing yards surpassing
                                                                                                ............................. vs HARDING (Oct 01, 2005)
Chris Reil who threw for 2,477 yards in         Dane King, to go up 10-7. Southern
                                                                                                RECEPTIONS: ................... 9 by Marques Clark
2000. King has thrown for 2,535 yards this      Arkansas soon gave Henderson its second         ........................... at Valdosta State (Oct 8, 2005)
year.                                           opportunity after fumbling the pigskin once     YARDS RECEIVING: ...... 166 by Marques Clark
   Bernard Palmer also had a big night for      again. The Reddies were able to convert         ........................... at Valdosta State (Oct 8, 2005)
the Reddies rushing for 191 yards on 26         the turnover into seven more points from a      TD RECEPTIONS: ............. 2 by Garett Manning
carries including a touchdown. Palmer’s         Bernard Palmer 6-yard run to put                .............. vs Arkansas-Monticello (Aug 27, 2005)
191 yards is the fourth highest total for a     Henderson State up 17-7.                        LONG RECEPTION:...... 98 Marques Clark
                                                    However, the second quarter marked the      .................................. vs Harding (Oct 01, 2005)
single game in Henderson State history.
                                                                                                LONG PUNT RETURN: ........ 29 by Donald Bell
   Garett Manning had eight catches for         beginning of the Reddies’ woes, as
                                                                                                ........................... at Valdosta State (Oct 8, 2005)
106 yards including an acrobatic 41-yard        Southern Arkansas came back to outscore         LONG KICKOFF RETURN: ... 72 by Donald Bell
reception for a score.                          Henderson State 14-0 to end the first half      ................... at Stephen F. Austin (Sep 01, 2005)
   Several Reddie seniors got into the act      21-17 in favor of SAU.                          TACKLES: ......................... 12 by Ross Watson
as Mineral Springs product Arthur Burnett           The third quarter did not bring much        .............. vs Arkansas-Monticello (Aug 27, 2005)
rushed for 40 yards and scored a 1-yard         help for the Reddies as Southern Arkansas       SACKS: ............................ 2.0 by Alan Lambert
touchdown, while Chase Meyers of                scored their third touchdown of the game        .................................. vs Harding (Oct 01, 2005)
                                                off of a 64-yard Ryan Sworn reception from      FOR LOSS:.. .................... 2.5 by Alan Lambert
Bismarck caught a 12-yard pass for his first
                                                                                                ............................. vs Delta State (Sep 24, 2005)
receiving touchdown of his career.              Josh SanFillippo to take a 28-17 lead.
                                                                                                INTERCEPTIONS: ............ 2 by Jason Santiago
   The Reddie offensive unit anchored by            Henderson State responded with their        ......................... vs West Georgia (Oct 22, 2005)
senior Jay Boyd totaled 486 yards,              third touchdown of the game off of a seven-     ........................................... 2 by Jason Santiago
including a season-best 259 yards on the        yard Marques Clark reception of a Dane          ..................... vs. West Alabama (Oct 29, 2005)
ground.                                         King pass for a touchdown. King attempted
   Sam Carter led the Reddie defense with       a pass for the two-point play, but threw an
10 tackles including two tackles for lost       incomplete pass to keep Henderson State
yardage. D.J. Papillion had nine stops,         at 28-23 to end the third.
while Jason Santiago had a pair of                  The Reddies were once again outscored
interceptions.                                  in the forth quarter 7-0 by Southern
                                                Arkansas with a 30-yard D. D. Holyfield
                                                rush to close out the game for SAU 35-23.
                                                    Southern       Arkansas      out-rushed
                                                Henderson State 441 yards to 134, and 31
                                                first downs to the Reddies’ 21. Henderson
                                                State forced and recovered four Southern
                                                Arkansas fumbles, converting two into
                                                touchdown drives, and scored off of all four
                                                red zone drives.
                                                    Henderson State’s Bernard Palmer
                                                rushed for 144 yards and one touchdown,
                                                his second 100+ yard game in a row. This
                                                was the first time during the season a player
                                                has rushed for more than 100 yards in two
                                                games in a row.


                                        47 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 47
                                                 2006 OPPONENTS
   CENTRAL ARKANSAS                                               PIKEVILLE COLLEGE                                                   DELTA STATE
        • BEARS •                                                     • TIGERS •                                                       • STATESmEN •

GAME 1 • AUG. 31 • KICKOFF: 7 P.M.                             GAME 2 • SEPT. 9 • KICKOFF: 6 P.M.                         GAME 3 • SEPT. 16 • KICKOFF: 6 P.M.
    WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM                                           HILLARD HOWARD FIELD                                     CARPENTER-HAYGOOD (9,000)




                                   SERIES                                          SERIES                                                                     SERIES
                                  UCA Leads                                         First                                                                    DSU Leads
                                   43-37-3                                         Meeting                                                                     17-3-1
 CLINT CONQUE                                                                                                             RICK RHOADES
  Head Coach                                                                                                                Head Coach
                 • GENERAL •                                                   • GENERAL •                                                 • GENERAL •
LOCATION: .............................. Conway, Ark.         LOCATION: ............................... Pikeville, Ky.   LOCATION: ........................... Cleveland, Miss.
FOUNDED: .......................................... 1907      FOUNDED: .......................................... 1889   FOUNDED: ............................................ 1924
ENROLLMENT: ................................. 10,000          ENROLLMENT: ...................................... 850     ENROLLMENT: ..................................... 4,284
PRESIDENT: ................................. Lu Hardin        PRESIDENT: ................................. Hal Smith     PRESIDENT: .......................... Dr. John Hilpert
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ...... John Thompson                       ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ........... Ron Damron                  ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: .............. Brad Teague
COLORS: ............................ Purple and Gray          COLORS: ............................ Black & Orange        COLORS: .................. Forest Green and White
CONFERENCE: ....... Gulf South Conference                     CONFERENCE: ................... Mid-South East             CONFERENCE: ......... Gulf South Conference
STADIUM (Capacity): Estes Stadium (8,500)                     STADIUM (Capacity): .... Hillard Howard Field              STADIUM: ... Travis “Red” Parker Field (8,000)
SURFACE: ............................. Natural Grass          SURFACE: .................................. Spring Turf    SURFACE: ............................... Natural Grass

           • COACHING STAFF •                                            • COACHING STAFF •                                        • COACHING STAFF •
HEAD COACH: ....................... Clint Conque              HEAD COACH: ........................... Mac Bryan          HEAD COACH: ....................... Rick Rhoades
ALMA MATER: ............. Nicholls State, 1983                ALMA MATER: ........ Appalachin State (1982)               ALMA MATER: ..... Central Missouri St., 1970
RECORD AT UCA (YEARS): ......... 44-26 (6)                    RECORD AT PC (YEARS): ............ 0-0 (first)             RECORD AT DSU (YEARS): ........... 26-17 (4)
CAREER RECORD (YEARS): ....... 44-26 (6)                      CAREER RECORD (YEARS): ... 44-10-1 (5)                     CAREER RECORD (YEARS): .... 66-45-1 (10)
OFFICE PHONE: ................... 501-450-3153                OFFICE PHONE: ................... 606-218-5364             OFFICE PHONE: ..................... 662-846-4300
ASST COACHES: ....................... Denzil Cox              ASST COACHES: ................... B.J. Connelly            ASSISTANT COACHES: ............ Ron Roberts
 Brian Early, Todd Cooley, Rickey Matt,                       Josh Phillips, John Hunn, Scott Branton,                    Mike Bloomgren, Mike Kershaw, J.D. Davis,
 Bobby Rhodes, Brooks Hollingsworth, Hud                      Jeremy Varn, Derrick Silas, Jesse Peck                      Randy Grierson, Billy Knight, Justin Franks
 Jackson, Perry Eliano

        • TEAM INFORMATION •                                          • TEAM INFORMATION •                                       • TEAM INFORMATION •
2005 RECORD ...................................... 11-3       2005 RECORD ........................................ 7-3   2005 RECORD .......................................... 7-4
2005 GSC RECORD: ...................... 8-1 (1st)             2005 GSC RECORD: ..................... 6-2 (3rd)           2005 GSC RECORD: ..................... 6-3 (t-3rd)
BASIC OFFENSE: ........................... Multiple           BASIC OFFENSE: ............................ Spread         BASIC OFFENSE: ................. Spread Multiple
BASIC DEFENSE: ........................... Multiple           BASIC DEFENSE: .................................. 4-3      BASIC DEFENSE: .................................. 43-4
LETTERMEN RETURNING: .................... 41                  LETTERMEN RETURNING: .................... 28               LETTERMEN RETURNING: ...................... 40
LETTERMEN LOST: ................................ 19           LETTERMEN LOST: ................................ 26        LETTERMEN LOST: .................................. 16
STARTERS RETURNING: ...................... 16                 STARTERS RETURNING: ........................ 9             STARTERS RETURNING: ........................ 18
STARTERS LOST: ..................................... 7        STARTERS LOST: ................................... 13      STARTERS LOST: ....................................... 7

            • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                             • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                           • 2006 SCHEDULE •
Aug. 31      vs. Henderson State      7 p.m.                  Sept. 2      GEORGE MASON                 Noon              Sept. 2      WEST VIRGINIA TECH                 6 p.m.
Sept. 9      at Illinois State     6:30 p.m.                  Sept. 9      HENDERSON STATE             6 p.m.             Sept. 9      at Stephen F. Austin               6 p.m.
Sept. 16     MISSOURI STATE           6 p.m.                  Sept. 16     at St. Francis              1 p.m.             Sept. 16     *at Henderson State                6 p.m.
Sept. 23     at Stephen F. Austin     6 p.m.                  Sept. 23     CAMPBELLSVILLE           1:30 p.m.             Sept. 23     *OUACHITA BAPTIST                  6 p.m.
Sept. 30     SOUTH DAKOTA             1 p.m.                  Sept. 30     at Union College         1:30 p.m.             Sept. 30     *at Southern Arkansas              6 p.m.
Oct. 7       at South Dakota State    6 p.m.                  Oct. 7       at Shorter College (Ga.) 1:30 p.m.             Oct. 7       *at Arkansas Tech                  3 p.m.
Oct. 14      at UC Davis              3 p.m.                  Oct. 14      CUMBERLAND               1:30 p.m.             Oct. 12      *VALDOSTA STATE                    7 p.m.
Oct. 21      at Sam Houston State     2 p.m.                  Oct. 21      VIRGINIA COLLEGE            6 p.m.             Oct. 21      *NORTH ALABAMA                     4 p.m.
Nov. 4       SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 6 p.m.                         Oct. 28      Univ. of Cumberlands     1:30 p.m.             Oct. 28      *at West Georgia                   6 p.m.
Nov. 11      AUGUSTANA                1 p.m.                  Nov. 4       GEORGETOWN COL. 1:30 p.m.                      Nov. 2       *WEST ALABAMA                      7 p.m.
Nov. 18      at Georgia Southern      2 p.m.                  Nov. 11      at West Virginia Tech    1:30 p.m.             Nov. 11      UA-MONTICELLO.                     3 p.m.

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          WEST ALABAmA                                                    WEST GEORGIA                                               UA-mONTICELLO
             • TIGERS •                                                     • BRAVES •                                                • BOLL WEEVILS•

GAME 4 • SEPT. 21 • KICKOFF: 7 P.M.                            GAME 5 • SEPT. 30 • KICKOFF: 6 P.M.                            GAME 6 • OCT. 5 • KICKOFF: 7 P.M.
     TIGER STADIUM (7,000)                                       CARPENTER-HAYGOOD (9,000)                                     COTTON BOWL STADIUM (3,500)




                                     SERIES                                                      SERIES                                                         SERIES
                                    HSU Leads                                                   UWG Leads                                                      HSU Leads
                                       9-4                                                         9-2                                                          38-29-2

BOBBY WALLACE                                                  MIKE LEDFORD                                                GWAINE MATHEWS
  Head Coach                                                    Head Coach                                                   Head Coach
                • GENERAL •                                                     • GENERAL •                                                 • GENERAL •
LOCATION: ............................ Livingston, Ala.       LOCATION: .............................. Carrollton, Ga.     LOCATION: ............................ Monticello, Ark.
FOUNDED: ............................................. 1835   FOUNDED: ............................................ 1906   FOUNDED: ............................................ 1909
ENROLLMENT: ...................................... 3,021      ENROLLMENT: ................................... 10,250       ENROLLMENT: ..................................... 2,959
PRESIDENT: .................... Dr. Richard Holland           PRESIDENT: ............... Dr. Beheruz N. Sethna             PRESIDENT: ............................. Jack Lassiter
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ................ Penny Dew                 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ................ Ed Murphy                ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ................. Alvy Early
COLORS: ........................ Red, White, & Black          COLORS: .................................. Blue and Red      COLORS: .................... Kelly Green and White
CONFERENCE: ............ Gulf South Coference                 CONFERENCE: ........... Gulf South Coference                 CONFERENCE: ............................ Gulf South
STADIUM: ..................... Tiger Stadium (7,000)          STADIUM: ............... Grisham Stadium (6,500)             STADIUM: ........... Cotton Boll Stadium (3,500)
SURFACE: ................................ Natural Grass       SURFACE: ............................... Natural Grass       SURFACE: ............................... Natural Grass

          • COACHING STAFF •                                            • COACHING STAFF •                                           • COACHING STAFF •
HEAD COACH: ....................... Bobby Wallace             HEAD COACH: .......................... Mike Ledford          HEAD COACH: .................. Gwaine Mathews
ALMA MATER: .......... Mississippi State (1976)               ALMA MATER: ............ Tennessee Tech, 1975                ALMA MATER: ................. Delta State (1988)
RECORD AT UWA (YEARS): .......... First Year                  RECORD AT UWG (YEARS): .......... 15-27 (4)                  RECORD AT UAM (YEARS): ............ 1-10 (1)
CAREER RECORD (YEARS): 101-107-1 (19)                         CAREER RECORD (YEARS): ............... same                  CAREER RECORD (YEARS): .............. Same
OFFICE PHONE: ...................... 205-652-3681             OFFICE PHONE: ..................... 678-836-6539             OFFICE PHONE: ..................... 870-460-1017
ASSISTANT COACHES: .......... Sam Graham,                     ASSISTANT COACHES: .......... Phillip Banko,                 ASSISTANT COACHES: ......... Donald Dykes
 Tony Oglesby, Jim Malosky, Lee Johnson,                       Spencer Riley, Dave Ware, Don Gibson                         Randall Bentley, Tyler Peterson, Demo
 Craig Hall, Jason Underwood, Ken Watson                       Tommy Laurendine, Josh Clendenin, Chuck                      Odems, Andre Brown, Dustin Prescott,
                                                               Darbonne, Matt Buenning, Gus Condon                          Shannon Williams

        • TEAM INFORMATION •                                           • TEAM INFORMATION •                                        • TEAM INFORMATION •
2005 RECORD ........................................... 2-9   2005 RECORD .......................................... 7-4   2005 RECORD ........................................ 1-10
2005 GSC RECORD (FINISH): ....... 0-9 (12th)                  2005 GSC RECORD: ..................... 7-2 (t-2nd)           2005 GSC RECORD: ...................... 1-8 (11th)
BASIC OFFENSE: .............................. Multiple        BASIC OFFENSE: ............................. Multiple        BASIC OFFENSE: ............................. Multiple
BASIC DEFENSE: ..................................... 4-3      BASIC DEFENSE: ............................. Multiple        BASIC DEFENSE: ................................. 4-2-5
LETTERMEN RETURNING: ....................... 41               LETTERMEN RETURNING: ...................... 31               LETTERMEN RETURNING: ..................... 37
LETTERMEN LOST: ................................... 13        LETTERMEN LOST: .................................. 24        LETTERMEN LOST: .................................. 14
STARTERS RETURNING: ......................... 22              STARTERS RETURNING: ........................ 12              STARTERS RETURNING: ........................ 20
STARTERS LOST: ........................................ 3     STARTERS LOST: ..................................... 12      STARTERS LOST: ....................................... 9

             • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                             • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                            • 2006 SCHEDULE •
Aug. 31      CONCOEDIA             7 p.m.                      Aug. 26      PRESBYTERIAN                        6 p.m.     Aug. 26      at Southern Arkansas                 6 p.m.
Sept. 9      at Lambuth         1:30 p.m.                      Sept. 9      at Furman                           6 p.m.     Sept. 9      at Sam Houston State                 6 p.m.
Sept. 16     *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 7 p.m.                         Sept. 16     *at Arkansas Tech                   6 p.m.     Sept. 16     *OUACHITA BAPTIST                    6 p.m.
Sept. 21     *HENDERSON STATE      7 p.m.                      Sept. 30     *at Henderson State                 6 p.m.     Sept. 23     *at Harding                          6 p.m.
Sept. 30     *at Harding           6 p.m.                      Oct. 7       *HARDING                            6 p.m.     Sept. 30     at Northwestern State                6 p.m.
Oct. 7       WEBBER INT.           4 p.m.                      Oct. 12      *at West Alabama                    6 p.m.     Oct. 5       *HENDERSON STATE                     7 p.m.
Oct. 12      *WEST GEORGIA         6 p.m.                      Oct. 21      *at UA-Monticello                   6 p.m.     Oct. 14      *at North Alabama                    6 p.m.
Oct. 21      *at Valdosta State     Noon                       Oct. 28      *DELTA STATE                        6 p.m.     Oct. 21      *WEST GEORGIA                        6 p.m.
Oct. 28      *at UA-Monticello     3 p.m.                      Nov. 4       *NORTH ALABAMA                      2 p.m.     Oct. 28      *WEST ALABAMA                        3 p.m.
Nov. 2       *at Delta State       7 p.m.                      Nov. 9       *VALDOSTA STATE                     7 p.m.     Nov. 4       *at Valdosta State                    Noon
Nov. 5       *NORTH ALABAMA        6 p.m.                                                                                  Nov. 11      *at Delta State                      3 p.m.

     athletics.uwa.edu                                              www.uwgbraves.com                                                www.uamont.edu
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         ARKANSAS TECH                                                          PAUL QUINN                                                         HARDING
          • WONDER BOYS •                                                         • TIGERS •                                                       • BISONS •

  GAME 7 • OCT. 14 • KICKOFF: 1 P.M.                               GAME 8 • OCT. 21 • KICKOFF: 3 P.M.                              GAME 9 • OCT. 28 • KICKOFF: 2 P.M.
     CYCLONE STADIUM (5,500)                                         CARPENTER-HAYGOOD (9,000)                                      FIRST SECURITY STADIUM (6,000)




                                     SERIES                                              SERIES                                                                        SERIES
                                    ATU Leads                                             First                                                                       HSU Leads
                                     39-35-4                                             Meeting                                                                       25-15-1

 STEVE MULLINS                                                                                                                    RANDY TRIBBLE
   Head Coach                                                                                                                       Head Coach
                  • GENERAL •                                                     • GENERAL •
LOCATION: ........................... Russellville, Ark.         LOCATION: ................................ Dallas, Texas                           • GENERAL •
FOUNDED: ............................................. 1909      FOUNDED: .....................................................   LOCATION: ................................. Searcy, Ark.
ENROLLMENT: ...................................... 6,843         ENROLLMENT: ......................................... 989        FOUNDED: ............................................ 1924
PRESIDENT: ................... Dr. Robert C. Brown               PRESIDENT: ........................ Dr. John Waddell             ENROLLMENT: ..................................... 6,000
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ............. Steve Mullins                   ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ....... Archie Cooley Jr.                     PRESIDENT: .................... Dr. David B. Burks
COLORS: ............. Forest Green and Old Gold                  COLORS: .................................. Purple & Gold         ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: .......... Greg Harnden
CONFERENCE: .......... Gulf South Conference                     CONFERENCE: ............... Independent (NAIA)                   COLORS: ............................... Black and Gold
STADIUM (Capacity): Cyclone Stadium (5,500)                      STADIUM: ................................. John Kincade          CONFERENCE: ........ Gulf South Conference
SURFACE: ................................ Natural Grass          SURFACE: ......................................... Pro Turf      STADIUM: ....... First Security Stadium (6,000)
                                                                                                                                  SURFACE: ....................................... Pro Play
          • COACHING STAFF •                                               • COACHING STAFF •
HEAD COACH: ......................... Steve Mullins              HEAD COACH: ..... Archie “Gunslinger” Cooley                               • COACHING STAFF •
ALMA MATER ................ UA-Monticello, 1980                  ALMA MATER: ............... Jackson State (1962)                 HEAD COACH: ....................... Randy Tribble
RECORD AT ATU (YEARS): ............ 59-38 (9)                    RECORD AT PQC (YEARS): ........... 19-27 (5)                     ALMA MATER ........................ Harding, 1977
CAREER RECORD (YEARS): ............... same                      CAREER RECORD (YEARS): ... 116-112 (24)                          RECORD AT HU (YEARS): ....... 67-57-1 (12)
OFFICE PHONE: ...................... 479-968-0245                OFFICE PHONE: ...................... 214-302-3551                CAREER RECORD (YEARS): .............. same
ASSISTANT COACHES: ......... Gregg Ricono,                       ASSISTANT COACHES: ............ Arthur Burse                     OFFICE PHONE: .................... 501-279-4755
 Dave Wheeler, Ryan Wallace, Les Boyem                            Rodney Baker, Steve Brown, Eric Jones,                          ASSISTANT COACHES: .... Ronnie Huckaba
  Benyard Jones, Greg Williams                                    Bill Hemmingway, Tim Holloway, Joe Murphy                        Scott Ragsdale, James Frank, Clay Beason,
                                                                  Viott Mann                                                       Paul Simmons

         • TEAM INFORMATION •                                            • TEAM INFORMATION •                                             • TEAM INFORMATION •
2005 RECORD ........................................... 7-3      2005 RECORD ........................................... 4-6      2005 RECORD ......................................... 6-5
2005 GSC RECORD: ........................ 6-3 (4th)              2005 CONFERENCE RECORD: .............. N/A                       2005 GSC RECORD: ..................... 4-5 (t-7th)
BASIC OFFENSE: ............................... Spread            BASIC OFFENSE: ....................... West Coast                BASIC OFFENSE: ............................ Multiple
BASIC DEFENSE: ..................................... 3-4         BASIC DEFENSE: ..................................... 3-4         BASIC DEFENSE: ............................ Multiple
LETTERMEN RETURNING: ....................... 34                  LETTERMEN RETURNING: ....................... 21                  LETTERMEN RETURNING: ..................... 23
LETTERMEN LOST: ................................... 26           LETTERMEN LOST: ................................... 10           LETTERMEN LOST: ................................. 33
STARTERS RETURNING: ........................... 8                STARTERS RETURNING: ......................... 14                 STARTERS RETURNING: ......................... 7
STARTERS LOST: ...................................... 16         STARTERS LOST: ...................................... 10         STARTERS LOST: .................................... 16

             • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                                • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                              • 2006 SCHEDULE •
 Aug. 31      NORTHEASTERN STATE 7 p.m.                          Sept. 2       at Jackson State                       6 p.m.      Aug. 31     at Southwest Baptist    6 p.m.
 Sept. 9      at Texas College         7 p.m.                    Sept. 9       at Western New Mexico                  1 p.m.      Sept. 9     MISSOURI SOUTHERN       6 p.m.
 Sept. 16     *WEST GEORGIA            6 p.m.                    Sept. 16      Open                                               Sept. 14    *at North Alabama       7 p.m.
 Sept. 23     *at Valdosta State        Noon                     Sept. 24      HOWARD PAYNE                          7 p.m.       Sept. 23    *UA-MONTICELLO          6 p.m.
 Sept. 30     *at North Alabama        6 p.m.                    Sept. 30      at Texas College                      7 p.m.       Sept. 30    *WEST ALABAMA           6 p.m.
 Oct. 7       *DELTA STATE             3 p.m.                    Oct. 7        LANGSTON                              7 p.m.       Oct. 7      *at West Georgia        6 p.m.
 Oct. 14      *HENDERSON STATE         1 p.m.                    Oct. 14       NEW MEXICO HIGHLAND                   7 p.m.       Oct. 19     *SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 7 p.m.
 Oct.21       *at Ouachita Baptist  1:30 p.m.                    Oct. 21       at Henderson State                    3 p.m.       Oct. 28     *HENDERSON STATE        2 p.m.
 Oct. 26      *at Southern Arkansas    7 p.m.                    Oct. 28       Open                                               Nov. 4      *at Arkansas Tech       1 p.m.
 Nov. 4       *HARDING                 1 p.m.                    Nov. 4        CONCORDIA                             7 p.m.       Nov. 11     *at Ouachita Baptist 1:30 p.m.



     www.athletics.atu.edu                                              www.paulquinn.edu                                                  www.harding.edu
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     OUACHITA BAPTIST                                                SOUTHERN ARKANSAS                                               REDDIES ON
         • TIGERS •                                                     • mULERIDERS •                                                THE ROAD
                                                                                                                                   CENTRAL ARKANSAS
 GAME 10 • NOV. 4 • KICKOFF: 3 P.M.                           GAME 11 • NOV. 11 • KICKOFF: 3 P.M.
                                                                                                                                      Little Rock, Ark.
   CARPENTER-HAYGOOD (9,000)                                    CARPENTER-HAYGOOD (9,000)                                            Thursday, Aug. 31
                                                                                                                             Depart from Henderson at 3 p.m.
                                                                                                                             Arrive at War Memorial 4:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     Game Time: 7 p.m.

                                                                                                                                   PIKEVILLE COLLEGE
                                                                                                                                        Pikeville, Ky.
                                                                                                                                       Friday, Sept. 8
                                    SERIES                                                         SERIES
                                                                                                                                     Depart at 5:30 a.m.
                                   OBU Leads                                                      HSU Leads
                                                                                                                                     Lunch at 11:30 a.m.
                                    37-36-6                                                        35-33-2
                                                                                                                                Arrive to London, Ky.: 5 p.m.
 TODD KNIGHT                                                    STEVE QUINN                                                        Dinner at Goldon Corral
  Head Coach                                                     Head Coach                                                   Depart for Pikeville at 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                             Arrive to Pikeville, Ky. at 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                  Day’s Inn (606) 432-0214
                  • GENERAL •                                                • GENERAL •
                                                             LOCATION: ............................. Magnolia, Ark.
                                                                                                                                      Saturday, Sept. 9
LOCATION: ......................... Arkadelphia, Ark.
FOUNDED: ............................................ 1886   FOUNDED: ............................................ 1909      Depart for team meal at 10:30 a.m.
ENROLLMENT: ..................................... 1,600      ENROLLMENT: ...................................... 3,111              Team Meal at Shoney’s
PRESIDENT: ........................... Dr. Rex Horne         PRESIDENT: .................... Dr. David F. Rankin                Depart for Stadium at 3 p.m.
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ............. David Sharp                 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ................. Jay Adcox                          Game Time: 6 p.m.
COLORS: ............................. Purple and Gold        COLORS: .................... Royal Blue & Old Gold
CONFERENCE: ........ Gulf South Conference                   CONFERENCE: ........... Gulf South Coference                             WEST ALABAMA
STADIUM: ........... A.U. Williams Field (5,600)             STADIUM: ................ Wilkins Stadium (6,000)                         Livingston, Ala.
SURFACE: .............................. Natural Grass        SURFACE: .............................................. Turf
                                                                                                                                    Wednesday, Sept. 20
                                                                                                                              Depart from Henderson at 1 p.m.
         • COACHING STAFF •                                             • COACHING STAFF •
HEAD COACH: ........................... Todd Knight          HEAD COACH: .......................... Steve Quinn              Arrive in Meridian, Miss. at 7 p.m.
ALMA MATER .............................. OBU, 1986          ALMA MATER: .................... Ouachita Baptist                        Dinner at Barnhills
RECORD AT OBU (YEARS): .......... 22-47 (7)                  RECORD AT SAU (YEARS) ........... 32-23 (5)                    Arrive to Livingston, Ala, at 8:30 p.m.
CAREER RECORD (YEARS): ... 50-79-2 (13)                      CAREER RECORD (YEARS): .............. same                         Best Western (601) 693-3210
OFFICE PHONE: .................... 870-245-5304              OFFICE PHONE: ..................... 870-235-4110                         Thursday, Sept. 21
ASSISTANT COACHES: ............... Jay Derby                 ASSISTANT COACHES: ........... Russ Pickett                             Depart hotel at 1 p.m.
 Shane Handy, J.R. Eldridge, Brett Shockley                   Jeff Byrd, Trey Lavalle                                           Arrive to Stadium at 3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                      Game Time: 6 p.m.
        • TEAM INFORMATION •                                         • TEAM INFORMATION •
                                                             2005 RECORD .......................................... 6-5
                                                                                                                                ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO
2005 RECORD ......................................... 2-8
2005 GSC RECORD: ..................... 2-7 (t-9th)           2005 GSC RECORD: ..................... 4-5 (t-7th)                       Monticello, Ark.
BASIC OFFENSE: ............................ Multiple         BASIC OFFENSE: ........................... Flexbone                      Thursday, Oct. 5
BASIC DEFENSE: ............................ Multiple         BASIC DEFENSE: ................................ Eagle            Depart from Henderson at 2 p.m.
LETTERMEN RETURNING: ..................... 33                LETTERMEN RETURNING: ...................... 33                     Arrive to Stadium at 4 p.m.
LETTERMEN LOST: ................................. 20         LETTERMEN LOST: .................................. 20                  Game Time: 7 p.m.
STARTERS RETURNING: ....................... 16               STARTERS RETURNING: ........................ 12
STARTERS LOST: ..................................... 11      STARTERS LOST: ..................................... 10                 ARKANSAS TECH
           • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                             • 2006 SCHEDULE •                                           Russellville, Ark.
Sept. 2     at Missouri Southern               6 p.m.        Aug. 26      UA-MONTICELLO                        6 p.m.                Saturday, Oct. 14
Sept. 9     at East Texas Baptist              2 p.m.        Aug. 31      at Nicholls State                    6 p.m.         Depart from Henderson at 8 a.m.
Sept. 16    *at UA-Monticello                  6 p.m.        Sept. 16     *at West Alabama                     7 p.m.           Arrive to Stadium at 10 a.m.
Sept. 23    *at Delta State                    6 p.m.        Sept. 23     *NORTH ALABAMA                       6 p.m.                Game Time: 1 p.m.
Sept. 28    *VALDOSTA STATE                    7 p.m.        Sept. 30     *DELTA STATE                         6 p.m.
Oct. 7      *NORTH ALABAMA                     3 p.m.        Oct. 7       *at Valdosta State                    Noon                     HARDING
Oct. 14     *at Southern Arkansas           2:30 p.m.        Oct. 14      *OUACHITA BAPTIST                 2:30 p.m.                   Searcy, Ark.
Oct. 21     *ARKANSAS TECH                  1:30 p.m.        Oct. 19      *at Harding                          7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     Saturday, Oct. 28
Nov. 4      *at Henderson State                3 p.m.        Oct. 26      *ARKANSAS TECH                       7 p.m.
Nov. 11     *HARDING                        1:30 p.m.        Nov. 4       at Central Arkansas                  6 p.m.         Depart from Henderson at 9 a.m.
                                                             Nov. 11      *at Henderson State                  3 p.m.           Arrive to Stadium at 11 a.m.
                                                                                                                                     Game Time: 2 p.m.
       www.obutigers.com                                     www.saumag.edu/athletics
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      SPORTS INFORmATION DIRECTORY
                UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS                                                                              ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY
DIRECTOR: ........................................................................... Steve East    DIRECTOR: ................................................................... Ben Greenberg
OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 501-450-5743            OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 479-968-0645
HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 501-450-0013           HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 479-970-3919
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ............................................... seast@mail.uca.edu                  E-MAIL ADDRESS: .................................. ben.greenberg@mail.atu.edu
SID FAX: .......................................................................... 501-450-5740    SID FAX: .......................................................................... 479-964-0829
PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 501-450-5743                PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 479-968-0337
WEBSITE: .............................................................. www.ucasports.com           WEBSITE: ............................................................. http://athletic.atu.edu
MAILING ADDRESS:                     P.O. Box 5004                                                  MAILING ADDRESS:                     Tucker Coliesum
                                     201 Donaghey Ave.                                                                                   1604 Coliseum Drive
                                     Conway, Ark. 72035                                                                                  Russellville, Ark. 72801

                               PIKEVILLE COLLEGE                                                                                   PAUL QUINN COLLEGE
DIRECTOR: ........................................................................ Rick Bentley     DIRECTOR: ..................................................................... Rodney Baker
OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 606-218-5350            OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 214-302-3567
HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 606-433-1345           HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 401-481-5854
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ..................................................... rbentley@pc.edu               E-MAIL ADDRESS: ................................... rlb_abmprods@hotmail.com
SID FAX: .......................................................................... 606-218-5351    SID FAX: .......................................................................... 214-302-3559
PRESSBOX PHONE: ...................................................................... TBA          PRESSBOX PHONE: ...................................................................... N?A
WEBSITE: .......................................................... wwww.athletics.pc.edu           WEBSITE: ........................................................... www.pqc.edu/athletics
MAILING ADDRESS:                     147 Sycamore Street                                            MAILING ADDRESS:                     3837 Simpson Stuart Road
                                     Pikeville, Ky. 41501                                                                                Dallas, Texas 75241

             UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS-mONTICELLO                                                                                    HARDING UNIVERSITY
DIRECTOR: .......................................................................... Paul Smith     DIRECTOR: ........................................................................ Scott Goode
OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 870-460-1574            OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 501-279-4760
HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 870-723-7050           HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 501-268-1208
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ............................................... smithp@uamont.edu                   E-MAIL ADDRESS: .............................................. sgoode@harding.edu
SID FAX: ........................................................................... 870-470-1174   SID FAX: .......................................................................... 501-279-4760
PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 870-460-1068                PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 501-279-4071
WEBSITE: ..................................................... www.uamont.edu/athletics             WEBSITE: ................................................................... www.harding.edu
MAILING ADDRESS:                     119 Service Street                                             MAILING ADDRESS:                     Box 12281
                                     Jeter Hall Honors Center                                                                            900 E. Center
                                     Monticello, Ark. 71656                                                                              Searcy, Ark. 72149-0001

                          DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY                                                                         OUACHITA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY
DIRECTOR: .......................................................................... Matt Jones     DIRECTOR: .......................................................................... Ben Cutrell
OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 662-846-4284            OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 870-245-5186
HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 662-719-9160           HOME PHONE: ................................................................................ N/A
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ........................................... mjones@deltastate.edu                   E-MAIL ADDRESS: .................................................... cutrellb@obu.edu
SID FAX: .......................................................................... 662-846-4297    SID FAX: .......................................................................... 870-245-5084
PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 662-846-4593                PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 870-245-5306
WEBSITE: ............................................................... www.deltastate.edu         WEBSITE: ............................................................... www.obutigers.com
MAILING ADDRESS:                     DSU Box A-3                                                    MAILING ADDRESS:                     410 Ouachita Street
                                     1417 Maple Street                                                                                   Sports Information
                                     Cleveland, Miss. 38733                                                                              Arkadelphia, Ark. 71998

                     UNIVERSITY OF WEST ALABAmA                                                                        SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY
DIRECTOR: ................................................................... Stephen Phelps        DIRECTOR: .................................................................... Houston Taylor
OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 205-652-3596            OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 870-235-4104
HOME PHONE: ............................................................................... TBA     HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 870-234-6948
E-MAIL ADDRESS: .................................................. sphelps@uwa.edu                  E-MAIL ADDRESS: .............................................. sausid@saumag.edu
SID FAX: .......................................................................... 205-652-3600    SID FAX: .......................................................................... 870-901-7219
PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 205-652-6999                PRESSBOX PHONE: ........................................................ 870-235-4117
WEBSITE: .......................................................... www.uwa.edu/athletics           WEBSITE: .................................................... www.saumag.edu/athletics
MAILING ADDRESS:                     UWA Station 5                                                  MAILING ADDRESS:                     P.O. Box 9420
                                     Livingston, Ala. 35470                                                                              100 E. University
                                                                                                                                         Magnolia, Ark. 71753-5000

                     UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA                                                                                GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE
DIRECTOR: .......................................................................... Mitch Gray     COMMISSIONER: ............................................................... Nate Salant
OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 770-836-6542            DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS: ............................. Mike Anderson
HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 770-574-9248           OFFICE PHONE: ............................................................. 205-991-9880
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ................................................ mgray@westga.edu                   HOME PHONE: ................................................................ 205-999-8340
SID FAX: ........................................................................... 770-8366543    E-MAIL ADDRESS: ........................................ gscsid@mindspring.com
PRESSBOX PHONE: ....................................................... 678-796-2222                SID FAX: .......................................................................... 205-437-0505
WEBSITE: ............................................................. www.uwgbraves.com            WEBSITE: .............................................. www.gulfsouthconference.com
MAILING ADDRESS:                     Murphy Athletic Building                                       MAILING ADDRESS:                     2101 Providence Park
                                     1601 Maple Street                                                                                   Suite 200
                                     Carrollton, Ga. 30118-1210                                                                          Birmingham, Ala. 35242



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         CENTRAL ARKANSAS                                                                  ARKANSAS TECH
                                                 WEST ALABAMA
 CENTRAL ARKANSAS LEADS: 42-38-3                                                          ATU LEADS 38-35-4             1984     HU    15    HSU    9       A    1988 (T)    HSU   3    OBU    3     H
                                                  HSU LEADS 8-4
        HSU IS 25-16-2 AT HOME                                                YEAR       WINNER    LOSER                1985     HSU   35    HU     21      H    1989        HSU   20   OBU    14    A
                                                HSU IS 4-2 AT HOME
         HSU IS 13-25-1 AT UCA                                                1920       ATU 13    HSU      0           1986     HU    18    HSU    6       A    1990        HSU   34   OBU    20    A
                                                 HSU IS 5-2 AT WA
YEAR      WINNER      LOSER                                                   1921       ATU 21    HSU      7           1987     HSU   120   HU     7       H    1991        HSU   21   OBU    7     H
                                       YEAR     WINNER      LOSER      SITE
1919      UCA 19      HSU    0                                                1922       ATU 3     HSU      0           1988     HSU   35    HU     17      A    1992        HSU   35   OBU    23    A
                                       1973     WA    14    HSU   0       H
1920      UCA 19      HSU    3                                                1923 (T)   ATU 0     HSU      0           1989     HU    15    HSU    6       H    1996        HSU   21   OBU    17    H
                                       1974     WA    12    HSU   10      A
1924      HSU 9       UCA    3                                                1924 (T)   ATU 7     HSU      7           1990     HSU   13    HU     3       H    1997        HSU   36   OBU    23    A
                                       1993     HSU 46      WA    44      A
1925      UCA 10      HSU    7                                                1925       HSU 3     ATU      0           1991     HU    16    HSU    13      A    1998        HSU   24   OBU    3     H
                                       1994     HSU 45      WA    15      H
1926      HSU 28      UCA    0                                                1928       HSU 33    ATU      6           1992     HU    29    HSU    10      H    1999        OBU   34   HSU    14    A
                                       1995     HSU 48      WA    43      A
1927      HSU 19      UCA    0                                                1929       HSU 26    ATU      7           2000     HU    31    HSU    28      A    2000        HSU   16   OBU    9 (OT)H
                                       1996     HSU 17      WA    3       H
1928      HSU 31      UCA    0                                                1930       HSU 6     ATU      0           2001     HU    26    HSU    10      H    2001        OBU   41   HSU    13    A
                                       1997     HSU 24      WA    16      A
1931      HSU 26      UCA    0                                                1931       ATU 12    HSU      0           2002     HSU   29    HU     8       H    2002        OBU   28   HSU    14    H
                                       1998     WA    30    HSU   23      A
1932      HSU 40      UCA    0                                                1932       HSU 7     ATU      0           2003     HU    34    HSU    33      A    2003        OBU   35   HSU    17    A
                                       1999     WA    28    HSU   7       H
1933      HSU 54      UCA    6                                                1933       HSU 47    ATU      0           2004     HU    44    HSU    20      A
                                       2002     HSU 30      WA    27      A
1934      HSU 38      UCA    0                                                1934       HSU 20    ATU      12          2005     HSU   23    HU     0       H               SOUTHERN ARKANSAS
                                       2003     HSU 41      WA    36      H
1936      UCA 41      HSU    8                                                1935       ATU 14    HSU      0                                                                HSU LEADS 35-33-2
                                       2004     HSU 34      WA    20      A
1937      UCA 34      HSU    0                                                1936       ATU 51    HSU      0                     OUACHITA BAPTIST               YEAR        WINNER   LOSER
                                       2005     HSU 35      WA    13      H
1938      UCA 20      HSU    0                                                1937       ATU 13    HSU      13                    OBU LEADS 37-36-6              1915        HSU 27   SAU     0
1939      HSU 7       UCA    0                                                1938       ATU 26    HSU      13                  HSU IS 24-13-4 AT HOME           1916        HSU 63   SAU     0
                                                WEST GEORGIA
1940      UCA 6       HSU    0                                                1939       ATU 40    HSU      0                    HSU IS 14-22-2 AT OBU           1919        SAU 21   HSU     19
                                            WEST GEORGIA LEADS: 9-2
1941      UCA 14      HSU    0                                                1940 (T)   ATU 0     HSU      0           YEAR      WINNER      LOSER       SITE   1920        HSU 8    SAU     7
                                               HSU IS 0-6 AT HOME
1941      HSU 20      UCA    0                                                1941       ATU 20    HSU      0           1895      OBU 8       HSU    0       A   1921        HSU 36   SAU     7
                                                HSU IS 2-3 AT WG
1945      HSU 15      UCA    0                                                1945       ATU 22    HSU      0           1907      HSU 22      OBU    6       H   1923        HSU 35   SAU     0
                                       YEAR   WINNER       LOSER     SITE
1946      HSU 19      UCA    0                                                1945       ATU 25    HSU      6           1908      HSU 42      OBU    0       A   1924        HSU 13   SAU     0
                                       1995   WG 16        HSU   10      H
1947      UCA 34      HSU    13                                               1946       ATU 14    HSU      7           1909      HSU 39      OBU    0       H   1925        SAU 26   HSU     0
                                       1996   HSU 20       WG    13 A (2ot)
1948      HSU 6       UCA    0                                                1947       ATU 28    HSU      7           1910      HSU 9       OBU    0       A   1926        SAU 14   HSU     13
                                       1997   WG 36        HSU   18      H
1949      HSU 12      UCA    0                                                1948       ATU 14    HSU      0           1911      HSU 11      OBU    0       H   1927        HSU 14   SAU     0
                                       1998   WG 54        HSU   3       A
1950      HSU 34      UCA    13                                               1949       ATU 26    HSU      0           1912      HSU 13      OBU    0       H   1928        SAU 12   HSU     0
                                       1999   WG 33        HSU   13      H
1951      HSU 13      UCA    7                                                1950       HSU 43    ATU      13          1914 (T) HSU 0        OBU    0       H   1935        HSU 7    SAU     2
                                       2000   WG 38        HSU   14      A
1952      UCA 20      HSU    13                                               1951       HSU 34    ATU      7           1915      OBU 34      HSU    7       A   1936        HSU 39   SAU     0
                                       2001   WG 33        HSU   14      H
1953      HSU 15      UCA    6                                                1952       HSU 20    ATU      0           1916      OBU 31      HSU    0       H   1941        SAU 6    HSU     0
                                       2002   WG 44        HSU   3       A
1954      HSU 35      UCA    7                                                1953       HSU 14    ATU      13          1918      HSU 7       OBU    0       H   1947        SAU 33   HSU     6
                                       2003   WG 38        HSU   35      H
1955      HSU 39      UCA    13                                               1954       ATU 35    HSU      21          1919      OBU 66      HSU    0       A   1948        SAU 34   HSU     14
                                       2004   HSU 28       WG    21      A
1956      HSU 26      UCA    7                                                1955 (T)   ATU 7     HSU      7           1920      OBU 3       HSU    0       H   1949        HSU 7    SAU     0
                                       2005   WG 38        HSU   12      H
1956      HSU 7       UCA    0                                                1958       ATU 21    HSU      6           1921      OBU 14      HSU    0       A   1950 (T)    HSU 0    SAU     0
1957      HSU 14      UCA    0                                                1959       HSU 14    ATU      12          1922      OBU 8       HSU    0       A   1951        SAU 35   HSU     14
                                              ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO
1958      UCA 27      HSU    7                                                1960       ATU 9     HSU      6           1923      HSU 26      OBU    6       H   1952        SAU 21   HSU     13
                                                 HSU LEADS 38-29-2
1958      UCA 31      HSU    7                                                1961       ATU 30    HSU      0           1924      OBU 12      HSU    0       A   1953        SAU 13   HSU     7
                                               HSU IS 19-15-2 AT HOME
1959 (T) UCA 7        HSU    7                                                1962       ATU 20    HSU      10          1925      OBU 49      HSU    7       A   1954        SAU 20   HSU     7
                                                HSU IS 19-14-0 AT UAM
1960      UCA 34      HSU    0                                                1963       HSU 10    ATU      7           1926      OBU 14      HSU    7       H   1955        HSU 27   SAU     13
                                       YEAR      WINNER      LOSER     SITE
1961      UCA 20      HSU    7                                                1964       ATU 13    HSU      0           1927 (T) HSU 6        OBU    6       A   1959        HSU 7    SAU     6
                                       1914      HSU 35      UAM    0     H
1962      UCA 19      HSU    7                                                1965       ATU 16    HSU      0           1928      HSU 21      OBU    0       H   1960        SAU 13   HSU     0
                                       1930      HSU 38      UAM    0     A
1963      HSU 30      UCA    13                                               1966       ATU 19    HSU      7           1929      HSU 46      OBU    0       A   1961        SAU 33   HSU     13
                                       1931      UAM 14      HSU    0     H
1964      UCA 6       HSU    0                                                1967       HSU 31    ATU      14          1930      HSU 13      OBU    6       H   1962        HSU 26   SAU     6
                                       1932      HSU 12      UAM    0     A
1965      UCA 13      HSU    6                                                1968       ATU 16    HSU      7           1931      OBU 12      HSU    0       A   1963        HSU 12   SAU     7
                                       1933      HSU 40      UAM    0     H
1966      UCA 19      HSU    7                                                1969       HSU 28    ATU      14          1932      HSU 62      OBU    0       H   1964        HSU 14   SAU     9
                                       1934      HSU 63      UAM    0     A
1967      HSU 23      UCA    10                                               1970       ATU 23    HSU      7           1933      HSU 20      OBU    6       A   1965        SAU 31   HSU     7
                                       1935      HSU 12      UAM    0     H
1968      HSU 21      UCA    16                                               1971       ATU 35    HSU      14          1934      OBU 7       HSU    0       H   1966        SAU 42   HSU     13
                                       1936      HSU 7       UAM    0     A
1969      HSU 20      UCA    15                                               1972       ATU 17    HSU      16          1935      OBU 19      HSU    0       A   1967        SAU 15   HSU     14
                                       1937      HSU 39      UAM    7     H
1970      HSU 17      UCA    10                                               1973       HSU 21    ATU      3           1938      OBU 19      HSU    6       H   1968        HSU 16   SAU     2
                                       1946      HSU 6       UAM    0     H
1971 (T) HSU 14       UCA    14                                               1974       HSU 10    ATU      0           1940      OBU 20      HSU    0       A   1969        HSU 19   SAU     17
                                       1947      UAM 7       HSU    6     A
1972      HSU 49      UCA    0                                                1975       HSU 29    ATU      0           1941      OBU 7       HSU    0       A   1970        SAU 4    HSU     0
                                       1948      UAM 20      HSU    19    H
1973      HSU 28      UCA    21                                               1976       HSU 28    ATU      0           1941      HSU 21      OBU    0       H   1971        SAU 20   HSU     14
                                       1949      HSU 30      UAM    20    A
1974      HSU 9       UCA    7                                                1977       HSU 41    ATU      7           1945      OBU 6       HSU    0       A   1972        SAU 32   HSU     14
                                       1950 (T) HSU 14       UAM    14    H
1975      HSU 13      UCA    7                                                1978       HSU 38    ATU      7           1946      OBU 26      HSU    14      H   1973        HSU 17   SAU     6
                                       1951      HSU 20      UAM    7     A
1976      UCA 10      HSU    3                                                1979       HSU 13    ATU      6           1947 (T) HSU 0        OBU    0       A   1974        HSU 33   SAU     6
                                       1952      HSU 26      UAM    14    H
1977      HSU 23      UCA    20                                               1980       ATU 14    HSU      11          1948      OBU 20      HSU    7       H   1975        HSU 10   SAU     0
                                       1953      UAM 21      HSU    7     A
1978      UCA 15      HSU    9                                                1981       HSU 15    ATU      14          1949      OBU 17      HSU    14      A   1976        HSU 26   SAU     0
                                       1954      UAM 14      HSU    0     H
1979      HSU 30      UCA    28                                               1982       ATU 37    HSU      21          1950      HSU 7       OBU    0       H   1977        HSU 41   SAU     20
                                       1955      UAM 26      HSU    19    A
1980      UCA 30      HSU    7                                                1983       ATU 14    HSU      10          1951      HSU 54      OBU    0       A   1978        HSU 21   SAU     14
                                       1956      UAM 20      HSU    14    H
1981      UCA 43      HSU    21                                               1984       HSU 21    ATU      7           1963      HSU 28      OBU    13      H   1979        HSU 28   SAU     25
                                       1957      UAM 43      HSU    0     A
1982 (T) HSU 10       UCA    10                                               1985       HSU 19    ATU      3           1964 (T) HSU 6        OBU    6       H   1980        SAU 27   HSU     13
                                       1957      UAM 19      HSU    9     H
1983      UCA 28      HSU    24                                               1986       ATU 36    HSU      8           1965      HSU 7       OBU    0       A   1981        HSU 42   SAU     21
                                       1958      UAM 13      HSU    7     H
1984      UCA 14      HSU    6                                                1987       HSU 28    ATU      0           1966      OBU 33      HSU    17      H   1982        HSU 17   SAU     7
                                       1959      HSU 21      UAM    0     A
1985      UCA 21      HSU    9                                                1988       HSU 23    ATU      0           1967      OBU 29      HSU    17      A   1983        SAU 49   HSU     28
                                       1960      HSU 40      UAM    0     H
1986      UCA 11      HSU    9                                                1989       HSU 34    ATU      23          1968      HSU 16      OBU    0       H   1984        SAU 29   HSU     24
                                       1961      HSU 14      UAM    7     A
1987      UCA 17      HSU    16                                               1990       HSU 7     ATU      0           1969      HSU 23      OBU    17      A   1985        HSU 16   SAU     8
                                       1962 (T) HSU 0        UAM    0     H
1988      UCA 39      HSU    10                                               1991       HSU 17    ATU      14          1970      OBU 36      HSU    0       H   1986        HSU 24   SAU     14
                                       1963      UAM 9       HSU    0     N
1989      UCA 20      HSU    7                                                1992       HSU 12    ATU      6           1971      OBU 21      HSU    14      A   1987        SAU 17   HSU     16
                                       1964      UAM 14      HSU    7     H
1990      UCA 21      HSU    17                                               1995       HSU 38    ATU      14          1972      OBU 15      HSU    14      H   1988        SAU 35   HSU     9
                                       1965      UAM 19      HSU    13    A
1991      UCA 21      HSU    20                                               1996       HSU 49    ATU      20          1973      HSU 23      OBU    7       A   1989        HSU 20   SAU     10
                                       1966      UAM 17      HSU    7     H
1992      UCA 18      HSU    10                                               1997       ATU 29    HSU      22          1974      HSU 28      OBU    7       H   1990        SAU 24   HSU     23
                                       1967      UAM 14      HSU    7     A
1993      UCA 28      HSU    16                                               1998       ATU 49    HSU      28          1975      OBU 21      HSU    20      A   1991        SAU      HSU     Forfeit
                                       1968      UAM 16      HSU    3     H
1994      UCA 28      HSU    7                                                1999       ATU 31    HSU      14          1976      HSU 18      OBU    3       A   1992        HSU 21   SAU     14        A
                                       1969      HSU 27      UAM    14    A
1995      HSU 31      UCA    21                                               2000       ATU 42    HSU      40          1977      HSU 17      OBU    16      H   1994        HSU 16   SAU     6         H
                                       1970      UAM 19      HSU    14    H
1996      UCA 31      HSU    21                                               2001       ATU 40    HSU      7      A    1978      HSU 7       OBU    6       H   1995        HSU 24   SAU     10        A
                                       1971      HSU 13      UAM    10    A
1997      UCA 36      HSU    21                                               2002       HSU 18    ATU      12     H    1979      HSU 28      OBU    21      A   1996        SAU 16   HSU     13        H
                                       1972      HSU 3       UAM    0     H
1998      UCA 53      HSU    6                                                2003       HSU 16    ATU      13     A    1980      OBU 28      HSU    21      H   1997        SAU 19   HSU     14        A
                                       1973      HSU 21      UAM    14    A
1999      HSU 24      UCA    21                                               2004       ATU 40    HSU      14     H    1981      OBU 17      HSU    13      A   1998        SAU 10   HSU     3         H
                                       1974      HSU 21      UAM    0     H
2000      UCA 23      HSU    8                                                2005       ATU 42    HSU      32     A    1982      OBU 19      OBU    18      H   1999        SAU 31   HSU     3         A
                                       1975      HSU 28      UAM    0     A
2001      UCA 48      HSU    0  A                                                                                       1983      OBU 19      HSU    16      A   2000        SAU 86   HSU     27        H
                                       1976      HSU 29      UAM    2     H
2002      UCA 68      HSU    21 H                                                           HARDING                     1984      OBU 24      HSU    22      H   2001        SAU 56   HSU     35        A
                                       1977      UAM 23      HSU    10    A
2003      HSU 28      UCA    23 A                                                      HSU LEADS 25-15-1                1985      HSU 33      OBU    19      A   2002        HSU 38   SAU     27        H
                                       1978      HSU 38      UAM    15    H
2004      UCA 55      HSU    12 H                                                       HSU 18-4 AT HOME                1986 (T) HSU 10       OBU    10      H   2003        SAU 55   HSU     14        A
                                       1979      UAM 30      HSU    12    A
2005      UCA 55      HSU    7  A                                                      HSU IS 7-11-1 AT HU              1987      OBU 18      HSU    7       A   2004        SAU 31   HSU     27        H
                                       1980      HSU 51      UAM    7     H
                                                                              YEAR     WINNER      LOSER         SITE                                            2005        SAU 35   HSU     23        A
                                       1981      UAM 27      HSU    16    A
            DELTA STATE                1982      HSU 36      UAM    12    H   1926     HSU 52      HU     0         H
      DELTA STATE LEADS: 17-3-1        1983      UAM 18      HSU    14    A   1931     HSU 72      HU     6         H
         HSU IS 3-9 AT HOME            1984      HSU 39      UAM    18    H   1960     HSU 28      HU     0         H
         HSU IS 0-8-1 AT DSU           1985      UAM 38      HSU    31    A   1961     HSU 19      HU     0         A
YEAR     WINNER      LOSER      SITE   1986      UAM 20      HSU    7     H   1962     HSU 6       HU     0         H
1936     HSU 32      DSU    0      H   1987      HSU 20      UAM    19    A   1963     HSU 42      HU     7         A
1937     DSU 35      HSU    0      A   1988      UAM 35      HSU    13    H   1964     HSU 20      HU     6         H
1958     DSU 13      HSU    6      H   1989      HSU 15      UAM    10    A   1965     HU    7     HSU    6         A
1959     DSU 24      HSU    6      A   1990      HSU 21      UAM    0     A   1966     HSU 24      HU     13        H
1988     DSU 28      HSU    10     H   1991      HSU 30      UAM    20    H   1967     HSU 21      HU     7         A
1990     DSU 19      HSU    10     H   1992      UAM 55      HSU    38    A   1968     HSU 34      HU     25        H
1991     DSU 35      HSU    6      A   1993      HSU 35      UAM    22    A   1969     HU    14    HSU    7         A
1992     DSU 18      HSU    17     H   1994      UAM 17      HSU    10    H   1970     HSU 12      HU     6         H
1993     DSU 20      HSU    19     H   1995      UAM 23      HSU    18    H   1971     HU    24    HSU    13        A
1994 (T) DSU 7       HSU    7      A   1996      HSU 20      UAM    14    A   1972     HU    21    HSU    10        A
1995     HSU 24      DSU    17     H   1997      HSU 31      UAM    21    H   1973     HSU 7       HU     0         H
1996     DSU 24      HSU    0      A   1998      HSU 24      UAM    21    A   1974     HSU 28      HU     0         A
1997     HSU 41      DSU    20     H   1999      HSU 37      UAM    24    H   1975     HSU 17      HU     7         H
1998     DSU 59      HSU    7      H   2000      UAM 46      HSU    14    A   1976     HU    20    HSU    15        A
1999     DSU 35      HSU    3      A   2001      HSU 28      UAM    26    H   1977     HSU 9       HU     0         H
2000     DSU 48      HSU    24     A   2002      HSU 35      UAM    7     A   1978 (T) HSU 20      HU     20        A
2001     DSU 44      HSU    21     H   2003      UAM 55      HSU    50    H   1979     HU    23    HSU    12        H
2002     DSU 44      HSU    14     A   2005      HSU 37      UAM    7     H   1980     HSU 20      HU     14        A
2003     DSU 41      HSU    14     H                                          1981     HSU 46      HU     13        H
2004     DSU 56      HSU    34     A                                          1982     HSU 18      HU     9         A
2005     DSU 21      HSU    17     H                                          1983     HSU 21      HU     17        H

                                                       53 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 53
                                       YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS
              1905: 2-1                         1917: 0-3             8      Hendrix              7               1937: 2-5                          1949: 7-2            7    Central Arkansas        27
      COACH - J.B. WEBSTER             COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD          46     TAMU-Commerce        0     COACH - SOLON B. SUDDUTH             COACH - DUKE WELLS           38   Hendrix                  0
26    Hendrix               0     13    Louisiana Tech       19       19     Central Arkansas     0   18 Texarkana Jr. College  0       47   Arkansas College        20   7    UA-Monticello           13
16    Hot Springs H.S.      0     0     Army/Navy Hospital   25                                       0   Arkansas Tech        13       30   UA-Monticello           20   6    Arkansas Tech           21
6     Ark. Military Acad.  15     0     Hendrix              14                1928: 8-0-1            38 UA-Monticello          7       33   Hendrix                  7   6    Delta State             13
                                                                          COACH - BO ROWLAND          0   Hendrix              21       12   Central Arkansas         0   7    Central Arkansas        31
             1906: 2-0-1                        1918: 1-3               ARKANSAS ASSOC. CHAMPS        0   Delta State          35       7    Southern Arkansas        0
      COACH - J.H. LASSITER            COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD          12 Southern Arkansas      0     8   Northeast Louisiana  21       20   College of the Ozarks   14               1959: 6-2-1
6     Ark. Military Acad.     5   0     Little Rock College  20       31 Central Arkansas       0     0   Central Arkansas     34       28   Arkansas State           6        COACH - DUKE WELLS
5     Louisiana Tech          5   7     Hendrix               9       31 East Central Okla.     0                                       0    Arkansas Tech           26            AIC CHAMPIONS
26    Hendrix                 0   0     Little Rock HS        7       12 Texarkana Jr. College 12               1938: 1-6-1             14   Ouachita Baptist        17   14   Austin College        20
                                  7     Ouachita Baptist      0       47 Hendrix                0       COACH - SOLON B. SUDDUTH                                          8    College of the Ozarks  0
             1907: 3-2                                                19 College of the Ozarks 13     0   Central Arkansas     20                  1950: 6-1-2            9    Millsaps               0
   COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                        1919: 1-4-1           21 Ouachita Baptist       0     6   Ouachita Baptist     19            COACH - DUKE WELLS           7    Southern Arkansas      6
  ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONS              COACH - BILL WATSON           13 Harding                7     0   Connors State         0                AIC CHAMPIONS            25   Hendrix                6
5    Hendrix              0       0     Central Arkansas         19   33 Arkansas Tech          6     0   Stephen F. Austin     6       13   Arkansas College        12   21   UA-Monticello          0
22 Ouachita Baptist       6       6     Little Rock College       6                                   7   Hendrix               0       14   UA-Monticello           14   14   Arkansas Tech         12
0    Louisiana Tech      21       14    Louisiana Tech            7              1929: 6-1-1          0   Hendrix               6       25   Hendrix                  7   6    Delta State           24
6    Hot Springs H.S.    11       0     Hendrix                 128       COACH - BO ROWLAND          13 Arkansas Tech         26       34   Central Arkansas        13   7    Central Arkansas       7
6    Ark. Military Acad.  5       19    Southern Arkansas        21     ARKANSAS ASSOC. CHAMPS        7   Northeast Louisiana  18       0    Southern Arkansas        0
                                  0     Ouachita Baptist         66   7   Mississippi State     0                                       34   College of the Ozarks   14                1960: 6-4
             1908: 4-2                                                7   Univ. of Arkansas    30                1939: 4-4-1            43   Arkansas Tech           13        COACH - DUKE WELLS
   COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                        1920: 2-4             46 Little Rock College    0          COACH - LLOYD GROW           13   Arkansas State          27   13   Austin College        14
  ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONS             COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD          26 Arkansas Tech          7     13   Hendrix              6       7    Ouachita Baptist         0   48   College of the Ozarks  0
0    Ark. Christian Coll. 79      8     Southern Arkansas     7       44 Texarkana Jr. College 14     0    Stephen F. Austin    7                                         20   Memphis Naval          0
0    Univ. of Arkansas    51      13    Central Arkansas     19       0   Centenary             0     0    Arkansas Tech       40                  1951: 5-3-1            13   Southern Arkansas      0
11 Louisiana Tech         10      7     Arkansas College      0       15 College of the Ozarks  0     0    Northeast Louisiana 20            COACH - DUKE WELLS           26   Hendrix                0
23 Fort Roots              0      7     Hendrix              14       46 Ouachita Baptist       0     7    Central Arkansas     0       0    Northeast Oklahoma    13     40   UA-Monticello          0
65 Hendrix                 0      0     Arkansas Tech        13                                       7    Hendrix              7       20   UA-Monticello          7     6    Arkansas Tech          9
42 Ouachita Baptist        0      0     Ouachita Baptist      3                  1930: 8-1            0    TAMU-Commerce       34       21   Hendrix                0     28   Harding                0
                                                                          COACH - BO ROWLAND          20   NE Oklahoma JC       0       13   Central Arkansas       7     6    Central Arkansas      34
                                               1921: 3-3-1              ARKANSAS ASSOC. CHAMPS        3    Ouachita Baptist     0       14   Southern Arkansas     35     12   East Central Okla.    35
            1909: 4-2-1
   COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD               COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD          68 El Dorado Jr. College  0                                       7    College of the Ozarks  7
                                  7     College of the Ozarks  7      47 Army/Navy              0                1940: 3-5-1            34   Arkansas Tech          7                  1961: 4-6
  ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONS
                                  29    Arkansas College       7      19 College of the Ozarks  0          COACH - TOM MURPHY           13   Arkansas State        37          COACH - DUKE WELLS
0    Univ. of Arkansas   24
                                  7     Arkansas Tech         21      38 UA-Monticello          0     13   Hendrix                  0   54   Ouachita Baptist       0     21   Austin College           0
58 Christian Bros. Coll.  0
                                  7     Austin College        14      31 Arkansas College       0     6    Stephen F. Austin       12                                     20   College of the Ozarks   20
83 Centenary              0
                                  9     Hendrix                7      6   Arkansas Tech         0     0    Arkansas Tech            0                1952: 4-4            0    Mississippi College     13
0    Louisiana Tech       3
                                  36    Southern Arkansas      7      25 Mississippi State      7     18   Northeast Louisiana     20        COACH - DUKE WELLS           14   Tarleton State          21
12 Univ. of Mississippi  12
                                  0     Ouachita Baptist      14      6   Centenary            20     0    Central Arkansas         6   7    Northeast Oklahoma      18   13   Southern Arkansas       33
39 Hendrix                0
                                                                      13 Ouachita Baptist       6     0    East Central Okla.      14   28   UA-Monticello           14   14   UA-Monticello            7
39 Ouachita Baptist       0
                                             1922: 2-7                                                39   Hendrix                 14   21   North Alabama           47   0    Arkansas Tech           30
                                    COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                            1931: 2-3        10   Northeast Oklahoma       3   13   Southern Arkansas       21   19   Harding                  0
            1910: 2-2-1
                                  0  Southeast Oklahoma    12              COACH - EUGENE SHERMAN     0    Ouachita Baptist        20   39   College of the Ozarks   21   7    Central Arkansas        20
   COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                                                                                                                                                  7    SW Louisiana            41
                                  0  Vanderbilt            33         72     Harding              6                                     20   Arkansas Tech            0
  ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONS                                                                                       1941: 1-7-2
                                  0  Mississippi College    3         0      Ouachita Baptist   12                                      38   Hendrix                 12
0    Univ. of Arkansas   63                                                                                                             13   Central Arkansas        21              1962: 3-5-1
                                  42 College of the Ozarks  0         0      UA-Monticello      14         COACH - DUKE WELLS
0    Memphis              0                                                                                                                                                 COACH - JIM MACK SAWYER
                                  39 Hendrix                0         0      Arkansas Tech      12    0    Ouachita Baptist         7
6    Louisiana Tech      11                                                                                                                                               6   Austin College       13
                                  0  Louisiana Tech        34         26     Central Arkansas     0   13   Stephen F. Austin       13                1953: 3-5
17 Hendrix                0                                                                                                                                               20 College of the Ozarks  7
                                  0  Centenary             28                                         0    Arkansas Tech            6        COACH - DUKE WELLS
9    Ouachita Baptist     0                                                                                                                                               0   Mississippi College  14
                                  0  Arkansas Tech          3                    1932: 7-1            0    Northeast Louisiana      0   6    Austin Peay             34
                                  0  Ouachita Baptist       8           COACH - EUGENE SHERMAN        0    Southern Arkansas        6   7    UA-Monticello           21   26 Southern Arkansas      6
             1911: 3-2-1                                                                                                                                                  12 Tarleton State        14
                                                                             AIC CHAMPIONS            20   Central Arkansas         0   7    Southern Arkansas       13
     COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                                                                            0    Arkansas Tech           20                                     0   UA-Monticello         0
                                               1923: 3-5-1            0   Centenary            41                                       7    College of the Ozarks   44
32    Clay Training School  2                                                                         0    Central Arkansas        14                                     10 Arkansas Tech         20
                                       COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD          20 College of the Ozarks  0                                       0    Northeast Oklahoma      13
11    Univ. of Mississippi 24                                                                         7    East Central Okla.      18                                     6   Harding               0
                                  35    Southern Arkansas     0       12 UA-Monticello          6                                       14   Arkansas Tech           13
60    Cumberland College    0                                                                         0    Ouachita Baptist         7                                     7   Central Arkansas     19
                                  3     Centenary            40       40 Central Arkansas       0                                       32   Hendrix                  6
6     Hendrix               6
                                  0     SMU                  33       7   Arkansas Tech         0                                       15   Central Arkansas         6
3     Louisiana Tech       24                                                                                   1942-1944                                                            1963: 8-1-1
11    Ouachita Baptist      0     3     Louisiana Tech        7       99 Arkansas College       0
                                  7     Austin College       17       14 Southeast Oklahoma    13          NO GAMES DUE TO WWII                      1954: 4-4              COACH - JIM MACK SAWYER
                                  6     Hendrix               7       62 Ouachita Baptist       0                                            COACH - DUKE WELLS                   AIC CHAMPIONS
              1912: 5-2
                                  0     Arkansas Tech         0                                                    1945: 3-5            13   Austin Peay             34   19 Austin College        19
     COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                                                                                                                                                17 College of the Ozarks  0
                                  36    Arkansas College      0                  1933: 7-1                 COACH - DUKE WELLS           0    UA-Monticello           14
26    Fordyce High School  12                                                                                                           7    Southern Arkansas       20   55 Memphis Naval          0
                                  26    Ouachita Baptist      6         COACH - EUGENE SHERMAN        3    Northeast Louisiana     12
6     Univ. of Arkansas    39                                                                                                           14   College of the Ozarks   13   12 Southern Arkansas      7
                                                                             AIC CHAMPIONS            21   Ouachita Baptist         0
19    Christian Bros. (TN)  0                                                                                                           38   Hendrix                  6   3   Tarleton State        0
                                               1924: 4-4-1            0   Centenary            27     0    Arkansas Tech           22
0     Christian Bros. (MO) 14                                                                                                           21   Arkansas Tech           35   0   UA-Monticello         9
                                       COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD          7   Louisiana Tech        0     7    East Central Okla.      27
17    Hendrix               0                                                                                                           6    Northeast Oklahoma       0   10 Arkansas Tech          7
                                  13    Southern Arkansas      0      14 UA-Monticello          0     13   Arkansas State           0
14    Louisiana Tech        0                                                                                                           35   Central Arkansas         7   42 Harding                7
                                  0     Vanderbilt            13      54 Central Arkansas       6     6    Arkansas Tech           25
13    Ouachita Baptist      0                                                                                                                                             28 Ouachita Baptist      13
                                  7     Arkansas Tech          7      47 Arkansas Tech          0     15   Central Arkansas         0
                                  13    Austin College        20                                      0    Ouachita Baptist         6               1955: 5-3-1           30 Central Arkansas      14
           1913: 2-3                                                  39 Southwest Oklahoma    14
                                  20    College of the Ozarks  7      21 College of the Ozarks  2                                            COACH - DUKE WELLS
  COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                                                                                                                                                              1964: 3-6-1
                                  6     Hendrix               12      20 Ouachita Baptist       6                1946: 6-3-1            7    North Alabama           33
0  Univ. of Arkansas     3                                                                                                              7    Southeast Missouri      18     COACH - JIM MACK SAWYER
                                  19    Central Arkansas       3                                           COACH - DUKE WELLS
82 Arkansas College      0                                                                                                              19   UA-Monticello           26   0   Arkansas Tech        13
                                  81    Arkansas College       0                 1934: 5-2            0    Oklahoma City           53
0  Vanderbilt           33                                                                                                              27   Southern Arkansas       13   14 Austin College        21
                                  0     Ouachita Baptist      12        COACH - EUGENE SHERMAN        6    UA-Monticello            0
2  Mississippi College   7                                                                                                              26   College of the Ozarks   13   0   Central Arkansas      6
7  Hendrix               0                                            27 Louisiana Tech          0    21   Hendrix                  0
                                               1925: 5-5-1            65 UA-Monticello           0    19   Central Arkansas         0   38   Hendrix                 13   3   SW Missouri          21
                                        COACH - BO ROWLAND            38 Central Arkansas        0    19   East Central Okla.      12   7    Arkansas Tech            7   7   Tarleton State       21
             1914: 4-3-1                                                                                                                26   Memphis Naval            0   6   Ouachita Baptist      6
                                  26    Southern Arkansas        0    20 Arkansas Tech          12    33   College of the Ozarks    0
     COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                                                                                                              39   Central Arkansas        13   28 College of the Ozarks  8
                                  0     Louisiana Tech           0    7   Southeast Oklahoma     9    0    Arkansas State           0
25    Arkansas College      0                                                                                                                                             14 Southern Arkansas      9
                                  0     Vanderbilt              41    6   College of the Ozarks  0    7    Arkansas Tech           14
6     Vanderbilt           42                                                                                                                       1956: 4-4-1           7   UA-Monticello        14
                                  3     Arkansas Tech            0    0   Ouachita Baptist       7    14   Ouachita Baptist        26
28    Louisiana Tech        0                                                                                                                COACH - DUKE WELLS           20 Harding                6
                                  7     Central Arkansas        10                                    26   Northeast Oklahoma      21
0     Arkansas State        7
                                  0     Rhodes                  20              1935: 2-6-1                                             19   Millsaps                18
35    UA-Monticello         0                                                                                                                                                         1965: 4-6
                                  6     College of the Ozarks    0      COACH - SOLON B. SUDDUTH                 1947: 1-7-1            20   College of the Ozarks   20
28    Southwestern (TX)     7                                                                                                                                               COACH - JIM MACK SAWYER
                                  3     Hendrix                  0    7   Southern Arkansas      2         COACH - DUKE WELLS           14   UA-Monticello           21
0     Ouachita Baptist      0                                                                                                                                             9   Mississippi College   0
                                  26    TAMU-Commerce            6    0   Southern Arkansas      2    7    Northeast Oklahoma      20   7    Central Arkansas         0
0     Hendrix              12                                                                                                                                             45 College of the Ozarks  0
                                  0     Austin College           7    0   Northeast Louisiana   13    6    UA-Monticello            7   26   College of the Ozarks   14
                                  7     Ouachita Baptist        46    12 UA-Monticello           0    2    Hendrix                 12   0    Louisiana College       73   20 Austin College        14
             1915: 3-4-1                                                                                                                6    UA-Monticello           21   7   Southern Arkansas    31
                                                                      0   Arkansas Tech         14    13   Central Arkansas        34
     COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                      1926: 5-3                                                                               26   Central Arkansas         7   15 North Alabama         16
                                                                      0   Texarkana Jr. College  0    6    Southern Arkansas       33
47    Arkansas College      0                                                                         6    College of the Ozarks    7   0    Austin College          20   13 UA-Monticello         19
                                        COACH - BO ROWLAND            6   Southeast Oklahoma     7
0     Vanderbilt         100                                                                          19   East Texas Baptist       7                                     0   Arkansas Tech        16
                                  13    Southern Arkansas     14      0   College of the Ozarks 23
27    Southern Arkansas     0                                                                         6    Arkansas Tech           28               1957: 2-5-1           6   Harding               7
                                  13    Rhodes                 0      0   Ouachita Baptist      19
0     Arkansas State        0                                                                         0    Ouachita Baptist         0        COACH - DUKE WELLS           6   Central Arkansas     13
                                  51    Harding                0
0     Louisiana Tech       43                                                                                                           19   Austin College          14   7   Ouachita Baptist      0
                                  17    Austin College         6                  1936: 3-5
0     Hendrix              19                                                                                                           0    UA-Monticello           19
                                  27    College of the Ozarks  2        COACH - SOLON B. SUDDUTH                   1948: 3-7
7     Ouachita Baptist     34                                                                                                           0    College of the Ozarks   13               1966: 1-8
                                  0     Hendrix                7      39 Southern Arkansas       0         COACH - DUKE WELLS
27    UA-Monticello         0                                                                                                           14   Central Arkansas         0     COACH - JIM MACK SAWYER
                                  28    Central Arkansas       0      0   Texarkana Jr. College 13    14   Northeast Oklahoma      27
                                  7     Ouachita Baptist      14                                      19   UA-Monticello           20   14   Millsaps                19   13 Mississippi College  23
              1916: 4-1-1                                             7   UA-Monticello          0
                                                                                                      17   Hendrix                 14   9    UA-Monticello           19   6   Austin College      20
     COACH - JIMMY HAYGOOD                                            0   Hendrix               14
                                             1927: 7-0-1                                              6    Central Arkansas         0   0    College of the Ozarks    0   13 Southern Arkansas    42
63    Southern Arkansas     0                                         8   Central Arkansas      41
                                      COACH - BO ROWLAND                                              14   Southern Arkansas        7   13   Central Arkansas        14   20 North Alabama        28
77    Little Rock College   0                                         0   Northeast Louisiana   26
                                    ARKANSAS ASSOC. CHAMPS                                            6    College of the Ozarks    7                                     7   UA-Monticello       17
14    Louisiana Tech        0                                         32 Delta State             0
                                                                                                      12   Arkansas State          32                1958: 3-6            7   Arkansas Tech       19
0     Arkansas College      0     26 College of the Ozarks 13         0   Arkansas Tech         51
                                                                                                      0    Arkansas Tech           14        COACH - DUKE WELLS           24 Harding              13
19    Hendrix               0     6 Ouachita Baptist        6
                                                                                                      7    Ouachita Baptist        20   13   Austin College        20     7   Central Arkansas    19
0     Ouachita Baptist     31     14 Southern Arkansas      0
                                                                                                      13   Memphis                 35   7    College of the Ozarks  0     21 Ouachita Baptist     33
                                  19 Burleson               0
                                  15 Rhodes                 0                                                                           27   Millsaps               0



                                                                 54 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 54
                                   YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS
             1967: 5-4                      1975: 11-1                      1983: 3-7                              1991: 3-6-1                            1996: 5-6
     COACH - CLYDE BERRY         COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER         COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER                   COACH - KEN TURNER                   COACH - RONNIE KERR                       2001: 1-10
0    Northeast Louisiana   33            AIC CHAMPIONS           14 Central St. (Okla.)  56            6    Delta State               35     21   Ouachita Baptist        17        COACH - JESSE BRANCH
41   Austin College        27   24 Mississippi College  14       21 UA-Pine Bluff         7            17   East Central Okla.        17     14   TAMU-Commerce           19   13    Ouachita Baptist         41
14   Southern Arkansas     15   27 Central St. (Okla.)   0       19 East Central Okla.   34            17   Mississippi College       42     28   Mississippi College     31   17    NW State (La.)           55
27   North Alabama         21   29 Arkansas Tech         0       21 Southeast Oklahoma   14            21   Northeastern (OK)         27     20   West Georgia (2ot)      13   14    West Georgia             33
7    UA-Monticello         14   17 Harding               7       10 Arkansas Tech        14            34   *Southern Arkansas        13     17   West Alabama             3   10    Harding                  26
31   Arkansas Tech         14   21 Lane College          0       21 Harding              17            17   Arkansas Tech             14     0    Delta State             24   3     Valdosta State           59
21   Harding                7   30 UA-Pine Bluff         3       28 Southern Arkansas    49            20   Central Arkansas          21     21   Central Arkansas        31   7     North Alabama            22
23   Central Arkansas      10   10 Southern Arkansas     0       14 UA-Monticello        18            21   Ouachita Baptist           7     3    North Alabama           17   0     Central Arkansas         48
17   Ouachita Baptist      29   35 Southeast Oklahoma   23       24 Central Arkansas     28            13   Harding                   16     49   Arkansas Tech           20   21    Delta State              44
                                28 UA-Monticello         0       16 Ouachita Baptist     19            30   UA-Monticello             20     20   UA-Monticello           14   7     Arkansas Tech            40
             1968: 8-3          13 Central Arkansas      7                                                  *Later forfeited by HSU          13   Southern Arkansas       16   28    UA-Monticello            26
     COACH - CLYDE BERRY        20 Ouachita Baptist     21                   1984: 4-6                                                                                         35    Southern Arkansas        56
14   Millsaps              24   27 *East Central Okla.  14         COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER                       1992: 4-6-1                             1997: 4-6
17   Mississippi College    0   *Bicentennial Bowl               18 Central St. (Okla.)   41                COACH - KEN TURNER                    COACH - RONNIE KERR                        2002: 5-6
73   Centenary              7                                    34 Tarleton State         7           7    Angelo State              24     36   Ouachita Baptist        23        COACH - JESSE BRANCH
7    Arkansas Tech         16               1976: 8-2            6   East Central Okla.   31           21   East Central Okla.        10     7    NW State (La.)          42   7     Northwest Oklahoma       56
16   Southern Arkansas      2     COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       10 UA-Pine Bluff          0           17   Delta State               18     18   West Georgia            36   7     Stephen F. Austin        55
21   North Alabama         10   9   Central St. (Okla.)   0      21 Arkansas Tech          7           12   Mississippi College       24     24   West Alabama            16   21    Central Arkansas         68
3    UA-Monticello         16   28 Arkansas Tech          0      9   Harding              15           14   Northeastern (OK)         14     41   Delta State             20   3     West Georgia             44
28   Southeast Oklahoma    27   15 Harding               20      25 Southern Arkansas     29           21   Southern Arkansas         14     21   Central Arkansas        36   18    Arkansas Tech            12
34   Harding               25   50 Lane College           0      39 UA-Monticello         18           12   Arkansas Tech              6     20   North Alabama           42   30    West Alabama             27
21   Central Arkansas      16   24 UA-Pine Bluff          0      6   Central Arkansas     14           10   Central Arkansas          18     22   Arkansas Tech           29   29    Harding                   8
16   Ouachita Baptist       0   26 Southern Arkansas      0      22 Ouachita Baptist      24           35   Ouachita Baptist          23     31   UA-Monticello           21   14    Delta State              44
                                20 Southeast Oklahoma     0                                            10   Harding                   29     14   Southern Arkansas       19   14    Ouachita Baptist         28
             1969: 8-2          29 UA-Monticello          2                 1985: 9-3                  38   UA-Monticello             55                                       35    UA-Monticello             7
     COACH - CLYDE BERRY        3   Central Arkansas     10        COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER                                                               1998: 2-9            38    Southern Arkansas        27
         AIC CHAMPIONS          18 Ouachita Baptist       3             AIC CHAMPIONS                               1993: 4-6                     COACH - RONNIE KERR
27   Millsaps              16                                    26 Tarleton State         6                COACH - KEN TURNER               24   Ouachita Baptist         3                 2003: 4-7
20   Mississippi College   21              1977: 9-2             2   Central Missouri      3           7    Jacksonville State        12     8    Valdosta State          12        COACH - JESSE BRANCH
28   Arkansas Tech         14     COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       55 East Central Okla.    28           35   UA-Monticello             22     7    NW State (La.)          53   0     McNeese State            42
19   Southern Arkansas     17          AIC CHAMPIONS             58 UA-Pine Bluff          7           7    TAMU-Commerce              0     23   West Alabama            30   41    Southeastern Louisiana   35
8    North Alabama          7   3   East Central Okla.   21      19 Arkansas Tech          3           13   UA-Pine Bluff             12     28   Arkansas Tech           49   28    Central Arkansas         23
27   UA-Monticello         14   31 Stephen F. Austin      7      35 Harding               21           20   Mississippi College       35     7    Delta State             59   35    West Georgia             38
28   Southeast Oklahoma    20   24 Southeast Oklahoma    10      16 Southern Arkansas      8           19   Delta State               20     24   UA-Monticello           21   16    Arkansas Tech            13
7    Harding               14   41 Arkansas Tech          7      26 UA-Monticello         31           0    North Alabama             17     7    North Alabama           41   41    West Alabama             36
20   Central Arkansas      15   9   Harding               0      27 Central Arkansas      19           16   Central Arkansas          28     3    West Georgia            54   33    Harding                  34
23   Ouachita Baptist      17   41 Southern Arkansas     20      33 Ouachita Baptist      19           46   West Alabama              44     3    Southern Arkansas       10   14    Delta State              41
                                10 UA-Monticello         23      18 *Central St. (Okla.)  15           20   Valdosta State            42     6    Central Arkansas        53   17    Ouachita Baptist         35
             1970: 5-5          23 Central Arkansas      20      9   *Central Arkansas    21                                                                                   50    UA-Monticello            55
     COACH - CLYDE BERRY        17 Ouachita Baptist      16          *NAIA Playoffs                                1994: 2-8-1                            1999: 2-9            14    Southern Arkansas        53
14   Mississippi College   10   30 Lane College           7                                                 COACH - RONNIE KERR                    COACH - PATRICK NIX
13   Southeast Oklahoma     7   30 UA-Pine Bluff         20                1986: 2-7-1                 16   Southern Arkansas          6     14   Ouachita Baptist        34                 2004: 2-8
7    Arkansas Tech         23                                      COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER            10   UA-Monticello             17     3    Valdosta State          39        COACH - JESSE BRANCH
0    Southern Arkansas      4              1978: 7-2-1           8   Cameron (Okla.)      17           13   TAMU-Commerce             25     3    SW Missouri             50   14    Stephen F. Austin        30
20   North Alabama         30     COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       14 Central Missouri      21           16   UA-Pine Bluff             32     7    West Alabama            28   14    Arkansas Tech            40
14   UA-Monticello         19   8   Mississippi College  21      0   East Central Okla.   10           13   Mississippi College       31     14   Arkansas Tech           31   12    Central Arkansas         55
14   SW Missouri           12   46 East Central Okla.     0      13 UA-Pine Bluff          7           7    Delta State                7     3    Delta State             35   34    Delta State              56
12   Harding                6   20 Stephen F. Austin     18      8   Arkansas Tech        36           7    North Alabama             41     37   UA-Monticello           24   20    Harding                  44
17   Central Arkansas      10   28 Southeast Oklahoma    15      6   Harding              18           0    Stephen F. Austin         51     14   North Alabama (ot)      21   18    Valdosta State           27
0    Ouachita Baptist      36   38 Arkansas Tech          7      24 Southern Arkansas     14           7    Central Arkansas          28     13   West Georgia            33   10    North Alabama            33
                                20 Harding               20      7   UA-Monticello        20           45   West Alabama              15     3    Southern Arkansas       31   28    West Georgia             21
          1971: 4-4-1           21 Southern Arkansas     14      9   Central Arkansas     11           7    Valdosta State            49     24   Central Arkansas        21   34    West Alabama             20
 COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       38 UA-Monticello         15      10 Ouachita Baptist      10                                                                                   27    Southern Arkansas        31
24 Mississippi College   6      9   Central Arkansas     15                                                         1995: 6-5                            2000: 1-10
13 Southeast Oklahoma    7      7   Ouachita Baptist      6                 1987: 5-5                       COACH - RONNIE KERR                    COACH - PATRICK NIX                       2005: 3-8
14 Arkansas Tech        35                                         COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER            24   Southern Arkansas         10     16   Ouachita Baptist (ot)    9        COACH - SCOTT MAXFIELD
14 Southern Arkansas    20                 1979: 5-5             13 Cameron (Okla.)       32           18   UA-Monticello             23     10   Alabama A&M             39   37    UA-Monticello         7
13 UA-Monticello        10        COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       7   Texas Lutheran        6           3    TAMU-Commerce              6     14   West Georgia            38   38    Stephen F. Austin    49
21 North Alabama         7      13 Mississippi College   28      16 East Central Okla.    10           6    Stephen F. Austin         31     28   Harding                 31   32    Arkansas Tech        42
13 Harding              24      14 East Central Okla.    21      10 Northeast Oklahoma    14           48   West Alabama              43     21   Valdosta State          56   7     Central Arkansas     55
14 Central Arkansas     14      3   Stephen F. Austin    21      28 Arkansas Tech          0           45   Mississippi College       12     17   North Alabama           24   17    Delta State          21
14 Ouachita Baptist     21      27 Southeast Oklahoma     7      10 Harding                7           24   Delta State               17     8    Central Arkansas        23   23    Harding               0
                                13 Arkansas Tech          6      16 Southern Arkansas     17           28   North Alabama             33     24   Delta State             48   12    Valdosta State       52
            1972: 4-6           12 Harding               23      20 UA-Monticello         19           38   Arkansas Tech             14     40   Arkansas Tech           42   10    North Alabama        38
  COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER      28 Southern Arkansas     25      16 Central Arkansas      17           10   West Georgia              16     14   UA-Monticello           46   12    West Georgia         38
15 Mississippi College   12     12 UA-Monticello         25      7   Ouachita Baptist     18           31   Central Arkansas          21     27   Southern Arkansas       86   35    West Alabama         13
10 Harding               21     39 Central Arkansas      28                                                                                                                    23    Southern Arkansas    35
16 Arkansas Tech         17     28 Ouachita Baptist      21                1988: 4-5-1
21 Samford               27                                        COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER
14 Southern Arkansas     32                 1980: 5-6            0   Tennessee-Martin         33
0   North Alabama        21       COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       10 Delta State               28
3   UA-Monticello         0     6   Texas Lutheran           3   17 Northeast Oklahoma        14
49 Central Arkansas       0     27 East Central Okla.       14   24 East Central Okla.        21
14 Ouachita Baptist      15     3   *Stephen F. Austin       7   23 Arkansas Tech              0
34 Austin Peay            8     0   Southwest Oklahoma      24   35 Harding                   17
                                14 Southeast Oklahoma       32   9   Southern Arkansas        35
           1973: 10-1           11 Arkansas Tech            14   13 UA-Monticello             35
  COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER      20 Harding                  14   10 Central Arkansas          39
       AIC CHAMPIONS            13 Southern Arkansas        27   3   *Ouachita Baptist         3
17 Austin Peay            7     51 UA-Monticello             7       *Game called at halftime
17 Mississippi College    7     7   Central Arkansas        30
14 Missouri-Rolla         3     21 Ouachita Baptist         28               1989: 7-4
7   Harding               0         *Later forfeited to HSU        COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER
21 Arkansas Tech          3                                      13 UA-Pine Bluff         42
35 Lane College           6                1981: 7-3             42 Panhandle State        6
17 Southern Arkansas      6      COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER        18 East Central Okla.    17
0   West Alabama         14     24 Texas Lutheran       22       13 Northeast Oklahoma     6
21 UA-Monticello         14     38 Central St. (Okla.)  18       8   Southeast Oklahoma   17                                               1908 HENDERSON BROWN
28 Central Arkansas      21     31 Southwest Oklahoma   16       34 Arkansas Tech         23
23 Ouachita Baptist       7     26 Southeast Oklahoma   17       6   Harding              15
                                15 Arkansas Tech        14       20 Southern Arkansas     10
            1974: 11-2          46 Harding              13       15 UA-Monticello         10
  COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER      42 Southern Arkansas    21       7   Central Arkansas     20
        AIC CHAMPIONS           16 UA-Monticello        27       20 Ouachita Baptist      14
7    Mississippi College  0     21 Central Arkansas     43
38 Missouri-Rolla        10     13 Ouachita Baptist     17                   1990: 6-3-1
10 Arkansas Tech          0                                            COACH - KEN TURNER
28 Harding                0                1982: 4-5-1           3    *UA-Pine Bluff              28
45 Lane College           0       COACH - SPORTY CARPENTER       10   Delta State                 19
38 UA-Pine Bluff          6     3   Central St. (Okla.)  24      42   East Central Okla.          14
33 Southern Arkansas      6     17 UA-Pine Bluff         20      7    **Northeastern (OK)          7
10 West Alabama          12     20 East Central Okla.    40      23   Southern Arkansas           24
21 UA-Monticello          0     35 Southeast Oklahoma     7      7    Arkansas Tech                0
9    Central Arkansas     7     21 Arkansas Tech         37      17   Central Arkansas            21
28 Ouachita Baptist       7     18 Harding                9      34   Ouachita Baptist            20
21 *Elon College          7     17 Southern Arkansas      7      13   Harding                      3
23 **Texas A&I           34     36 UA-Monticello         12      21   UA-Monticello                0
*NAIA Semifinals                10 Central Arkansas      10           *Later forfeited to HSU
**NAIA Championship             18 Ouachita Baptist      19           **Game called at the half                    1963 ARKANSAS INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAmPIONS
                                                       55 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 55
                                       REDDIE RECORD BOOK
                                                              YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
                     RUSHING                                                         RECEIVING                                         PASS INTERCEPTIONS
YEAR   PLAYER                   G    TC      TD   Avg.    YDS.    YEAR   PLAYER               G    TC   TD    YDS.   Avg/G    YEAR   PLAYER              G     No.   YDS. TD
2005   Bernard Palmer           11   198     6    78.7      866   2005   Marques Clark        11   49   6     700      63.6   2005   Jason Santiago      11    4     27    0
2004   Blake Christenson        10   185     12   80.3      803   2004   Lance Smith          10   19   0     240      24.0   2004   Alan Lambert        10    4     74    0
2003   Blake Christenson        11   233     13   101.4   1115    2003   Lance Smith          11   21   4     446      44.6   2003   Alan Lambert        11    5     55    0
2002   Blake Christenson        11   203     17   93.6    1030    2002   B.K. Byrd            11   17   0     172      15.6   2002   Sam Witcher         11    3     6     0
2001   Nick Brumfield           11   117     6    45.6      502   2001   Chip Reeves          11   22   2     286      26.0   2001   Jon Cockroft        11    2     3     0
2000   Shane Burrow             11   173     5    59.8      658   2000   Chad Luttrull        11   92   14    1505    136.8          Damion Wooten       11    2     10    0
1999   Anthony Wright           11   108     5    46.3      509   1999   Eric Anderson        11   26   1     374      34.0   2000   Sedrick Howard      11    4     75    0
1998   Anthony Wright           11   205     4    57.3      630   1998   Eric Anderson        11   36   2     404      36.7   1999   Jeff Browning       11    2     62    0
1997   Marvin Welch             10   133     6    77.5      775   1997   Jason Garner         10   26   4     342      34.2   1998   Anthony Smith       11    2     16    0
1996   Tyrone Fogle             11   109     3    47.2      519   1996   Ryan Thone           11   13   1     191      17.4          Randall Runnells    11    2     0     0
1995   Tyrone Fogle             11   155     7    77.4      851   1995   Jason Garner         11   20   1     236      21.5   1997   A.D. Love           10    3     17    0
1994   Tyrone Fogle             11   105     3    36.0      396   1994   Steve Marshall       11   35   3     563      51.2   1996   Reggie Howard       11    3     14    1
1993   Sidney Stinson           10   128     3    86.8     86.8   1993   Eric Davis           10   13   0     235      23.5   1995   A.D. Love           11    4     100   0
1992   Anthony Jenkins          11   179     7    102.4   1126    1992   Anthony Jenkins      11   12   0     75        6.8   1994   Shane Spina         11    3     0     0
1991   JuJu Harshaw             10   148     4    89.2      892   1991   JuJu Harshaw         11   9    0     55        5.0   1993   Ken Scroggins       10    4     11    1
1990   Johnny Cornelius         9    122     3    57.0      516   1990   Fred Johnson         10   5    1     153      15.3   1992   Tracy Tillar        11    5     24    0
1989   Calvin Goshen            11   248     13   99.7    1097    1989   Sparta Jordan        11   19   0     291      26.5   1991   Cantrell Lewis      10    5     77    1
1988   L. Johnson               10   113     4    53.2      532   1988   David Kee            10   19   0     285      28.5   1990   Dennis Johnson      10    4     73    1
1987   Keith Thacker            10   112     3    53.6      536   1987   David Kee            10   32   2     552      55.2   1989   Joel Kirkpatrick    11    2     74    0
1986   Fred Williams            10   90      2    32.6      326   1986   David Kee            10   18   0     282      28.2          Dexter Lewis        11    2     4     0
1985   Kenny Fells              10   253     13   147.2   1472    1985   Kyle Preston         10   17   2     299      29.9          Dennis Johnson      11    2     -3    0
1984   Andy O’Mara              10   120     3    62.4      624   1984   Rodney Bragg         10   17   1     270      27.0   1988   Troy Wilkens        10    3     26    0
1983   Ricky Borkins            9    214     9    103.8     934   1983   Greg Williams        10   19   4     564      56.4   1987   John Charobneau     10    6     91    0
1982   Ricky Borkins            10   173     6    89.7      897   1982   Greg Williams        10   19   4     603      60.3   1986   Marvell Burgess     10    5     16    0
1981   Lawrence Texada          10   168     13   94.5      945   1981   Dwayne Wilkins       10   29   4     490      49.0   1985   Marvell Burgess     10    7     23    0
1980   Lawrence Texada          8    85      4    55.8      466   1980   Tony Lewis           10   27   0     328      32.8   1984   Marvell Burgess     10    5     53    0
1979   Donnie Willis            10   142     4    76.5      765   1979   Lawrence Texada      10   26   1     406      40.6   1983   Herbert Farr        10    4     27    0
1978   Paul Robinson            10   151     5    82.3      823   1978   Tony Lewis           10   21   2     379      37.9          Daniel Hunter       10    4     8     0
1977   Joe Smith                10   210     10   86.0      860   1977   Ricky Patton         11   20   8     574      52.2   1982   Daniel Hunter       10    6     119   0
1976   Joe Smith                10   162     3    68.9      689   1976   Mark Pilcher         10   19   2     265      26.5   1981   Joe Flemons         10    7     56    1
1975   Curtis Jones             10   259     13   119.5   1195    1975   Mark Pilcher         11   21   1     292      26.5   1980   Joe Flemons         10    5     82    0
1974   Joe Smith                10   241     10   140.9   1409                                                                1979   Stan Riner          10    6     65    0
                                                                                                                              1978   Roy Green           10    9     103   1
                                                                                                                              1977   Roy Green           11    4     19    0
                      PASSING                                                          SCORING                                1976   Terry Kelly         10    5     49    1
YEAR   PLAYER              G    A-C-I        TD   YDS.    AVG.    YEAR    PLAYER              G    TD   PAT   FG      PTS            Glenn Biddle        10    5     36    0
2005   Dane King           11   465-259-20   16   2719    247.2   2005    Bruan Woodard       11   0    23    13       62            Roy Green           10    5     35    0
2004   Blake Christenson   10   99-40-6      2    681      68.1   2004    Blake Christenson   10   12   1     0        74     1975   Roy Green           11    4     2     0
2003   Blake Christenson   11   114-54-9     8    838      76.2   2003    Arthur Burnett      11   13   1     0        80
2002   Blake Christenson   11   144-56-1     1    748      68.0   2002    Blake Christenson   11   17   1     0       104
2001   Blake Christenson   11   125-51-6     6    792      72.0   2001    Nick Brumfield      11   6    0     0        36                KICKOFF RETURNS
2000   Chris Reil          11   358-181-22   16   2477    225.2           Steve Carter        11   6    0     0        36     YEAR   PLAYER              G.    NO.   YDS. TD
1999   Jimbo Rozar         11   99-41-5      5    698      63.5   2000    Chad Luttrull       11   14   0     0        84     2005   Donald Bell         7     20    402   1
1998   Joseph Smith        11   148-65-10    6    946      86.0   1999    Anthony Wright      11   6    0     0        36     2004   Blake Christenson   10    20    388   0
1997   Bradford Bragg      10   113-57-6     5    742      74.2   1998    Zolten Matrai       11   0    10    8        34     2003   Larry Owens         11    26    465   0
1996   Bradford Bragg      11   93-40-4      3    565      51.4   1997    Marvin Welch        10   6    0     0        36     2002   Davin Washington    11    11    285   0
1995   Todd Cooley         11   93-51-5      7    573      52.1   1996    Craig Moses         11   0    24    8        48     2001   Chip Reeves         11    22    286   2
1994   Todd Cooley         11   153-65-12    5    753      68.5   1995    Craig Moses         11   0    33    10       63     2000   Chad Luttrull       11    44    890   0
1993   Brad Collatt        10   44-18-1      1    274      27.4   1994    Craig Moses         11   0    16    3        25     1999   Sam Blocker         11    24    537   1
1992   Brad Collatt        11   121-50-10    2    654      59.5   1993    Craig Moses         10   0    18    9        45     1998   Eric Anderson       11    33    734   0
1991   Jerran Etherly      10   49-21-2      0    280      28.0   1992    Sidney Stinson      11   11   0     0        66     1997   Jason Garner        10    27    534   0
1990   Jerran Etherly      10   59-21-3      5    502      50.2   1991    Bill Hays           10   0    22    6        40     1996   A.D. Love           11    20    390   0
1989   John Lindgren       11   232-128-15   4    1633    148.5   1990    Brian Baker         10   0    21    6        39     1995   Jason Garner        11    28    612   0
1988   John Lindgren       10   187-89-15    6    1018    101.8   1989    Calvin Goshen       11   14   0     0        84     1994   Steve Marshall      11    27    510   0
1987   John Lindgren       10   182-92-9     4    1349    134.9   1988    David Martin        10   0    14    9        41     1993   Eric Davis          10    16    307   0
1986   Gene Stubber        10   91-36-7      0    470      47.0   1987    Greg Jackson        10   0    14    11       47     1992   Kaward Jolly        11    31    349   0
1985   Elgie Richards      10   141-63-4     6    949      94.9   1986    Glenn Norris        10   3    1     0        20     1991   Sam Khabeer         10    24    550   0
1984   Elgie Richards      10   164-58-6     3    850      85.0   1985    Kenny Fells         10   16   0     0        96     1990   Sam Khabeer         10    13    252   0
1983   Kenny Fells         10   148-50-9     5    922      92.2   1984    Tony Johns          10   7    4     0        46     1989   Ronnie Burnett      11    16    352   0
1982   Kenny Fells         10   145-41-27    5    1053    105.3   1983    Ricky Borkins       10   10   0     0        60     1988   D.C. McDonald       10    26    536   0
1981   Mike Nazarenko      10   203-78-10    10   1286    128.6   1982    Kenny Fells         10   8    0     0        48     1987   D.C. McDonald       10    16    299   0
1980   Brian Howard        10   98-38-10     2    455      45.5   1981    Lawrence Texada     10   14   1     0        86     1986   D.C. McDonald       10    13    303   1
1979   Gary Lewis          10   176-80-14    4    1067    106.7   1980    Dwayne Wilkins      10   7    0     0        42     1985   Greg Williams       10    19    463   0
1978   Paul Robinson       10   89-49-4      5    810      81.0   1979    Paul Robinson       9    7    0     0        42     1984   Greg Williams       10    18    348   1
1977   George Sparks       11   113-47-4     9    939      85.4   1977    Bo Adkisson         11   0    27    13       66     1983   Daniel Hunter       10    27    652   0
1976   George Sparks       10   93-40-9      3    560      56.0   1976    Bo Adkinson         10   0    21    12       57     1982   Daniel Hunter       10    28    618   0
1975   Terry Blaylock      11   123-51-8     6    870      87.0   1975    Curtis Jones        11   11   0     0        66     1981   Joe Flemons         10    21    451   0
                                                                                                                              1980   Ricky Norris        10    19    414   0
                                                                                                                              1979   Johnny Bell         10    19    412   0
                                                                                                                              1978   Roy Green           10    16    350   1
                                                                                                                              1977   Roy Green           11    15    300   0
                                                                                                                              1976   Roy Green           10    13    389   1
                                                                                                                              1975   Larry Thompson      10    8     226   1




              BLAKE CHRISTENSON                                                   ERIC ANDERSON                                                   A. D. LOVE
                                                             56 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 56
                                       REDDIE RECORD BOOK
                      RUSHING                                                PUNT RETURNS                                          THE LAST TImE
RUSHING ATTEMPTS                                            RETURNS                                                                 IT HAPPENED
Game:     31, Jayvian Johnson vs Southern Arkansas (2002)   Game:       5, Steve Marshall vs Delta State (1995)
Season:   269, Joe Smith (1974)                             Season:     41, Lewis Pryor (1974)
Career:   720, Blake Christenson (2001-04)                  Career:     96, Kaward Jolly (1989-92)                                   INDIVIDUAL
                                                            YARDS                                                     300+ YARDS PASSING:
YARDS GAINED                                                Game:       60, A.D. Love (1996)
                                                            Season:     667, Lewis Pryor (1974)
                                                                                                                            Dane King on Oct. 8, 2005
Game:     234, Blake Christenson vs SAU (2002)
Season:   1,409, Joe Smith (1974)                           Career:     1,313, Kaward Jolly (1989-92)                       386 yards vs. Valdosta State
Career:   3,181, Blake Christenson (2001-04)
                                                            TOUCHDOWNS                                                200+ YARDS RUSHING:
TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING                                          Game:   1, several
                                                            Season: 2, Lewis Pryor (1974); Jodie Carter (1972)
                                                                                                                            Blake Christenson on Nov. 16, 2002
Game:   4, Blake Christenson vs SAU (2002)
Season: 17, Blake Christenson (2002)                        Career: 2, several                                              250 yards vs. Southern Arkansas
        17, Kenny Fells (1985)
Career: 45, Blake Christenson (2001-04)                                   KICKOFF RETURNS                             100+ YARDS RECEIVING:
                                                            RETURNS                                                         Garett Manning on Oct. 29, 2005
100 YARD-PLUS GAMES RUSHING
Season:   6, Blake Christenson (2002)
                                                            Game :      7, Eric Anderson vs Central Arkansas (1982)         106 yards vs. West Alabama
                                                                        7, B.K. Byrd vs NW Oklahoma (2002)
Career:   15, Blake Christenson (2001-04)
                                                            Season:     44, B.K. Byrd (2001)
                                                            Career:     74, B.K. Byrd (1999-2002)
                                                                                                                      15+ RECEPTIONS:
                       PASSING                                                                                             Chad Luttrell on Oct. 28, 2000
                                                            YARDS                                                          18 receptions vs. Arkansas Tech
ATTEMPTS                                                    Game:       148, Jason Garner vs UA-Monticello (1995)
Game:    66, Dane King vs. Valdosta State (2005)            Season:     890, B.K. Byrd (2001)
Season:  465, Dane King (2005)                              Career:     1,480, B.K. Byrd (1999-2002)
                                                                                                                      TWO OR MORE PLAYERS RUSH FOR 100 YARDS:
Career:  649, John Lindgren (1986-89)                                                                                      Rodney Stewart (129 yards) and
                                                            TOUCHDOWNS                                                     Jace Garrison (104 yards)
COMPLETIONS                                                 Game:   1, John Evans vs SAU 2000 (latest)
Game:    37, Dane King vs. Valdosta State (2005)
                                                                                                                           Oct. 16, 2004 vs. North Alabama
                                                            Season: 1, several
Season:  265, Dane King (2005)                              Career: 1, several
Career:  327, John Lindgren (1986-89)                                                                                 KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN:
YARDS
                                                                            INTERCEPTIONS                                  John Evans on Nov. 11, 2000
Game:       579, Chris Reil vs Arkansas Tech (2000)         INTERCEPTIONS                                                  95 yards vs. Southern Arkansas
Season:     2,719, Dane King (2005)                         Game:     2, several
Career:     4,266, John Lindgren (1986-89)                  Season:   9, Roy Green (1978)                             PUNT RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN:
                                                                      9, Stan Parris (1967 & 1968)
                                                                                                                           Kaward Jolly in 1991
TOUCHDOWN PASSES                                            Career:   31, Stan Parris (1967-70)
Game:   6, Chris Reil vs Arkansas Tech (2000)
                                                                                                                           81 yards vs. Southern Arkansas
Season: 16, Chris Reil (2000), Dane King (2005)             YARDS RETURNED
Career: 17, Blake Christenson (2001-04)                     Game:    64, Sedrick Howard vs West Georgia (2000)        INTERCEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN:
                                                            Season:  119 (6), Daniel Hunter (1982)
                                                                                                                           Patrick Thomas on Sept. 23, 2000
INTERCEPTIONS                                               Career:  175, Stan Riner (1978-79)
Game:     4, several times
                                                                                                                           28 yards vs. Harding
Season:   28, Kenny Fells (1982)                            TOUCHDOWNS
Career:   41, John Lindgren (1986-89)                       Game:   1, several                                        PLAYER HAVING A SAFETY:
                                                            Season: 1, several
                                                                                                                           Zach Pettigrew on Nov. 8, 2003
                                                            Career: 3, Stan Parris (1967-70)
                     RECEIVING                                                                                             vs. Arkansas-Monticello
PASSES CAUGHT                                                                      SCORING
Game:    18, Chad Luttrull vs Arkansas Tech (2000)
Season:  92, Chad Luttrull (2000)
                                                            POINTS SCORED                                                                TEAM
                                                            Game:     24, Blake Christenson vs SAU (2002)
Career:  92, Chad Luttrull (2000)                           Season:   104, Blake Christenson (2002)                   30+ FIRST DOWNS:
                                                            Career:   274, Blake Christenson (2001-04)                      Aug. 27, 2005 vs. UA-Monticello (31)
YARDS GAINED
Game:     352, Chad Luttrull vs Arkansas Tech (2000)                                                                  400+ YARDS RUSHING:
                                                            TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
Season:   1,505, Chad Luttrull (2000)                       Game:   4, Blake Christenson vs SAU (2002)                      Oct. 30, 2004 vs West Alabama (404)
Career:   1,759, Greg Williams (1982-85)                    Season: 17, Blake Christenson (2002)                      300+ YARDS PASSING:
                                                                    17, Kenny Fells (1985)                                  Oct. 8, 2005 vs. Valdosta State (386)
TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS                                        Career: 45, Blake Christenson (2001-04)
Game:   3, Chad Luttrull vs Valdosta State (2000)                                                                     500+ YARDS OF TOTAL OFFENSE:
        3, Chad Luttrull vs Arkansas Tech (2000)            PATS KICKED                                                     Aug. 27, 2005 vs. UA-Monticello (586)
Season: 14, Chad Luttrull (2000)                            Game:     6, Craig Moses vs Livingston (1994)
Career: 14, Chad Luttrull (2000)                                                                                      75+ OFFENSIVE PLAYS:
                                                            Season:   39, Bo Adkisson (1974)
                                                            Career:   119, Bo Adkisson (1974-77)                            Oct. 8, 2005 vs. Valdosta State (85)
                                                                                                                      60+ POINTS IN A GAME:
                                                            PATS ATTEMPTED KICKING                                          Sept. 18, 1968 vs. Centenary (73)
                      PUNTING                               Game:     6, Craig Moses, several times
PUNTS                                                       Season:   45, Bo Adkisson (1974)                          50+ POINTS IN A GAME:
Game:       12, William Bray vs SFA (1994)                  Career:   131, Bo Adkisson (1974-77)                            Nov. 8, 2003 vs. UA-Monticello (50)
Season:     81, William Bray (1994)                                                                                   5+ FUMBLES LOST IN A GAME:
Career:     221, Chris Carter (1990-93)                     FIELD GOALS MADE
            221, Bo Adkisson (1974-77)                      Game:     3, Zach Elbert vs West Alabama (2002)                 Oct. 2, 2004 vs. Harding (5)
                                                            Season:   19, Keith Bryan (1985)                          SHUTOUT AN OPPONENT:
YARDAGE                                                     Career:   41, Bo Adkisson (1974-76)                             Sept. 18, 1993 vs. T. A&M-Commerce
Game:       488, William Bray vs SFA (1994)
Season:     2,965, William Bray (1994)                      FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED                                     NO PASSING YARDS:
Career:     9,264, Chris Carter (1990-93)                   Game:     4, by several                                         Oct. 31, 1993 vs. Central Arkansas
                                                            Season:   25, Keith Bryan (1985)                          4+ INTERCEPTIONS THROWN:
AVERAGE                                                     Career:   55, Bo Adkisson 1974-76
Game:       50.7, Bryan Woodard vs. Harding (2005)                                                                          Sept. 21, 2002 vs. Central Arkansas (5)
Season:     43.6, Chris Carter (1992)                                                                                 4+ INTERCEPTIONS (DEFENSE):
Career:     41.9, Chris Carter (1990-93)                                           TACKLES                                  Oct. 11, 2003 vs West Alabama (4)
                                                            Game:       20, Jon Jett vs. Southern Arkansas (2004)     100+ PENALTY YARDS:
                                                            Season:     122, Allen Houston (2002)                           Sept. 24, 2005 vs. Delta State (124)
                                                            Career:     355, Robert Thomas (1993-96)
                                                                                                                      10+ PUNTS IN A GAME:
                                                                                                                            Oct. 29, 1994 vs. UCA (10-350)



                                                       57 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 57
                      REDDIE RECORD BOOK
                                                        RUSHING YARDS LEADERS
                                         SEASON                                                               CAREER
                  PLAYER                  YEAR      TC           TD          YDS        PLAYER                 YEARS       TC           TD         YARDS
              1. Joe Smith                1974      269          10         1,409   1. Blake Christenson       2001-04     720          45          3,181
              2. Kenny Fells              1985      253          17         1,472   2. Kenny Fells             1982-85     646          37          3,105
              3. Curtis Jones             1975      259          13         1,195   3. Joe Smith               1974-77     641          23          2,958
              4. Curtis Jones             1952      221          12         1,144   4. Tommy Hart              1966-69     602          20          2,749
              5. Anthony Jenkins          1992      176          7          1,126   5. Tyrone Fogle            1994-97     491          18          2,447
              6. Blake Christenson        2003      233          13         1,115   6. Arthur Burnett          2002-05     474          19          2,162
              7. Calvin Goshen            1989      248          13         1,097   7. Anthony Wright          1996-99     463          15          2,041
              8. Blake Christenson        2002      208          17         1,030   8. Sidney Stinson          1990-93     286          10          1,789
  TYRONE      9. Tommy Hart               1969      186          7          1,007   9. Billy Willis            1990-93     320          12          1,581
              10. Tommy Hart              1968      178          7            987   10. Calvin Goshen          1986-89     292          20          1,575
   FOGLE

                                                           PASSING YARDS LEADERS
                                         SEASON                                                               CAREER
                  PLAYER               YEAR   A-C-I         PCT       TD     YDS        PLAYER             YEARS   A-C-I           PCT         TD YARDS
              1. Dane King             2005   465-259-20    .557      16    2,719   1. John Lindgren       1986-89 649-327-41      .504        16  4,266
              2. Chris Reil            2000   358-181-22    .506      16    2,477   2. Blake Christenson   2001-04 482-201-34      .417        17  3,059
              3. John Lindgren         1989   232-128-5     .552      4     1,633   3. Tommy Hart          1966-69 430-215-37      .500        15  2,975
              4. John Lindgren         1987   182-92-9      .505      4     1,349   4. Dane King           2005   465-259-20       .557        16  2,719
              5. Mike Nazarenko        1981   203-78-10     .384      10    1,286   5. Chris Reil          2000    358-181-22      .506        16  2,477
              6. Tommy Hart            1969   182-93-17     .511      4     1,216   6. Terry Blaylock      1973-75 300-138-22      .460        9   2,241
              7. Elgie Richards        1985   169-75-5      .444      7     1,162   7. Elgie Richards      1983-85 351-140-15      .399        10  2,150
   CHRIS      8. Gary Lewis            1979   176-80-14     .455      4     1,067   8. Kenny Fells         1982-85 310-96-2        .310        11  2,030
              9. Tommy Hart            1968   144-66-14     .458      7     1,062   9. Gary Lewis          1978-79 265-129-18      .455        8   1,877
    REIL      10. Kenny Fells          1982   145-41-28     .283      5     1,053   10. Bradford Bragg     1995-98 320-136-18      .425        9   1,698


                                                        RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
                                         SEASON                                                              CAREER
                  PLAYER                  YEAR     TC      TD      AVG.      YDS
                                                                                        PLAYER              YEARS     TC      TD        Avg.         YDS
              1. Chad Luttrull            2000     92      14      16.4     1,505
                                                                                    1. Greg Williams        1982-85   72      10        24.4        1,759
              2. Gus Robey                1966     52      5       15.9       825   2. Chad Luttrull        2000      92      14        16.4        1,505
              3. Marques Clark            2005     49      6       14.3       700
                                                                                    3. Gus Robey            1965-66   80      7         15.6        1,249
              4. Jim Morgan               1968     32      4       19.2       613
                                                                                    4. Jim Morgan           1968-69   71      4         16.5        1,174
              5. Greg Williams            1982     19      4       31.7       603   5. Mark Pilcher         1973-76   79      3         12.5          989
              6. Garett Manning           2005     47      4       12.3       580
                                                                                    6. David Kee            1986-87   51      2         16.4          837
              7. Ricky Patton             1977     20      8       28.7       574
                                                                                    7. B.K. Byrd            1999-02   75      1         11.0          823
   CHAD       8. Greg Williams            1983     19      4       29.7       564   8. Steve Marshall       1994-95   35      5         22.9          803
              9. Steve Marshall           1994     35      3       16.0       563
                                                                                    9. Dwayne Wilkins       1980-81   43      11        18.4          791
 LUTTRULL     10. Jim Morgan              1969     39      0       14.4       561
                                                                                    10. Kyle Preston        1985-87   55      5         14.4          790


                                                        TOTAL OFFENSIVE LEADERS
                                         SEASON                                                              CAREER
                  PLAYER                  YEAR      RUSH         PASS      TOTAL        PLAYER                 YEARS       Rush         Pass       TOTAL
              1. Dane King                2005      16           2,719      2,735   1. Blake Christenson       2001-04     3,181        3,059       6,240
              2. Chris Reil               2000      -26          2,477      2,451   2. Tommy Hart              1966-69     2,749        2,975       5,724
              3. Tommy Hart               1969      1,007        1,216      2,223   3. Kenny Fells             1982-85     3,105        2,030       5,135
              4. Tommy Hart               1968      987          1,062      2,049   4. John Lindgren           1986-89     -799         4,266       3,467
              5. Blake Christenson        2003      1,115        838        1,953   5. Bradford Bragg          1995-98     1,459        1,698       3,157
              6. Blake Christenson        2002      1,030        748        1,778   6. Joe Smith               1974-77     2,958        0           2,958
              7. Kenny Fells              1985      1,472        38         1,510   7. Terry Blaylock          1973-75     597          2,241       2,838
              8. Kenny Fells              1983      563          922        1,485   8. Dane King               2005        16           2,719       2,735
   BLAKE      9. Blake Christenson        2004      803          681        1,484   9. Elgie Richards          1983-85     397          2,150       2,547
CHRISTENSON   10. Kenny Fells             1982      426          1,053      1,479   10. Chris Reil             2000        -26          2,477       2,451



                                                                 SCORING LEADERS
                                         SEASON                                                              CAREER
                   PLAYER                 YEAR     TD       FG     PAT     TOTAL        PLAYER              YEARS        TD        FG        PAT   TOTAL
              1.   Blake Christenson      2002     17       0      1         104    1. Blake Christenson    2001-04      45        0         2       274
              2.   Kenny Fells            1985     17       0      0         102    2. Bo Adkisson          1974-77      0         41        119     239
              3.   Tommy Hart             1969     16       0      2          98    3. Tommy Hart           1966-69      39        0         1       236
              4.   Tommy Hart             1968     15       0      0          90    4. Kenny Fells          1982-85      39        0         0       234
              5.   Keith Bryan            1985     0        19     30         87    5. Craig Moses          1993-96      0         30        91      181
              6.   Lawrence Texada        1981     14       0      2          86    6. Curtis Jones         1973-75      25        0         0       150
              7.   Chad Lutrull           2000     14       0      0          84    7. Zach Elbert          1999-02      0         20        89      149
              7.   Calvin Goshen          1989     14       0      0          84    8. Tyrone Fogle         1994-97      23        0         1       140
  CRAIG       8.   Arthur Burnett         2003     13       0      1          80    9. Joe Smith            1974-77      23        0         0       138
  MOSES       9.   Blake Christenson      2003     13       0      0          78    10. Calvin Goshen       1988-89      21        0         0       126
              9.   Curtis Jones           1975     13       0      0          78


                                       58 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 58
                            REDDIE RECORD BOOK
                                 RUSHING ATTEmPTS LEADERS
                         SEASON                                                             CAREER
     PLAYER              YEAR     G            YDS          ATT.        PLAYER              YEARS      G            YDS          ATT.
1.   Curtis Jones        1975     12           1,195         259   1.   Blake Christenson   2001-04    43           3,181         720
2.   Kenny Fells         1985     12           1,472         253   2.   Kenny Fells         1982-85    42           3,105         646
3.   Calvin Goshen       1989     11           1,097         248   3.   Joe Smith           1974-77    46           2,958         641
4.   Joe Smith           1974     13           1,267         241   4.   Tommy Hart          1966-69    34           2,749         602
5.   Blake Christenson   2003     11           1,115         233   5.   Tyrone Fogles       1994-97    43           2,447         491


                                                                                                                                          JASON
                                  PASSES COmPLETED LEADERS                                                                               GARNER
                         SEASON                                                             CAREER
     PLAYER              YEAR    G      ATT.     INT.     COMP.         PLAYER              YEARS     G      ATT.     INT.     COMP.
1.   Dane King           2005    11     465      20         259    1.   John Lindgren       1986-89   42     649      41         327
2.   Chris Reil          2000    11     358      22         181    2.   Dane King           2005      11     465      20         259
3.   John Lindgren       1989    11     232      5          128    3.   Tommy Hart          1966-69   34     430      37         215
4.   Tommy Hart          1969    10     182      17          93    4.   Blake Christenson   2001-04   33     482      34         201
5.   John Lindgren       1987    10     182      9           92    5.   Chris Reil          2000      11     358      22         181


                           COmPLETION PERCENTAGE LEADERS
             SEASON (MINIMUM 75 ATTEMPTS)                                      CAREER (MINIMUM 150 ATTEMPTS)
     PLAYER              YEAR     COMP.        ATT.        PCT.         PLAYER              YEARS      COMP.        ATT.        PCT.
1.   Dane King           2005     259          465         .557    1.   Dane King           2005       259          465         .557      NATE
2.   John Lindgren       1989     128          232         .552    2.   Chris Reil          2000       181          358         .506
3.   Gary Lewis          1978     49           89          .551
                                                                                                                                        VAN CLEVE
                                                                   3.   John Lindgren       1986-89    327          649         .504
4.   Todd Cooley         1995     51           93          .548    4.   Tommy Hart          1966-69    215          430         .500
5.   Terry Blaylock      1974     42           79          .532    5.   Todd Cooley         1994-95    116          246         .471


                                          RECEPTION LEADERS
                         SEASON                                                             CAREER
     PLAYER                       YEARS        G        CATCHES         PLAYER                         YEARS        G        CATCHES
1.   Chad Luttrull                2000         11            92    1.   Chad Luttrull                  2000         11            92
2.   Gus Robey                    1966         9             52    2.   Gus Robey                      1965-66      19            80
3.   Marques Clark                2005         11            49    3.   Mark Pilcher                   1973-76      46            77
4.   Garett Manning               2005         11            47    4.   B.K. Byrd                      1999-02      44            75
5.   B.K. Byrd                    2000         9             40    5.   Greg Williams                  1982-85      42            72
                                                                                                                                           B.K.
                                                                                                                                          BYRD
                                      PUNTING AVERAGE LEADERS
                         SEASON                                                             CAREER
     PLAYER              YEAR     NO.          YARDS       AVG.         PLAYER              YEARS      NO.          YARDS       AVG.
1.   Chris Carter        1992     57           2,486       43.6    1.   Chris Carter        1990-93    221          9,264       41.9
2.   Chris Carter        1993     53           2,305       43.5    2.   Billy Miller        1971-73    165          6,666       40.4
3.   Chris Carter        1991     58           2,435       42.0    3.   Bo Adkisson         1974-77    221          8,710       39.4
4.   Duane White         1979     49           2,049       41.8    4.   Duane White         1978-80    168          6,613       39.4
5.   Billy Miller        1973     67           2,787       41.7    5.   Nate Van Cleave     2000-01    104          4,018       38.6

                                PUNT RETURN AVERAGE LEADERS
             SEASON (MINIMUM 10 RETURNS)                                       CAREER (MINIMUM 20 RETURNS)                                CHRIS
     PLAYER              YEAR     NO.          YARDS       AVG.    PLAYER                   YEARS      NO.          YARDS       AVG.
1.   Kaward Jolly        1992     31           649         20.9    1. Lewis Pryor           1970-74    41           667         16.3
                                                                                                                                         CARTER
2.   Lewis Pryor         1974     30           505         16.8    2. Kaward Jolly          1989-92    96           1,313       13.7
3.   Arky Floyd          1968     14           207         14.8    3. Dwayne Cornelious     1974-75    23           301         13.1
4.   Kenny Fells         1984     13           183         14.1    4. Jodie Carter          1972       30           388         12.9
5.   Dwayne Cornelious   1975     21           291         13.9    5. Daniel Hunter         1980-83    78           816         10.5


                           KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE LEADERS
             SEASON (MINIMUM 10 RETURNS)                                        CAREER (MINIMUM 20 RETURNS)
     PLAYER              YEAR     NO.          YARDS       AVG.         PLAYER              YEAR       NO.          YARDS       AVG.
1.   Roy Green           1976     13           389          30.0   1.   Lewis Pryor         1970-74    29           777         26.8
2.   D. Washington       2002     11           285         25.9    2.   Roy Green           1975-78    51           1,193       23.4
3.   Lewis Pryor         1970     10           254          25.4   3.   Eric Anderson       1996-99    34           761         22.4
4.   Mike Duke           1973     17           418         24.6    4.   Daniel Hunter       1980-83    57           1,212       21.3      ERIC
5.   Lewis Pryor         1972     12           287          23.9   5.   Jason Garner        1995-97    55           1,146       20.8
                                                                                                                                        ANDERSON


                                        59 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 59
                   REDDIE RECORD BOOK
                                                         TOTAL TACKLES
                                   SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                       YEAR    G     TACKLES         PLAYER                       YEARS     G     TACKLES
          1.   Alan Houston                 2002    11        122    1.   Robert Thomas                1993-96   43        355
          2.   Robert Thomas                1996    11        120    2.   Chad Eley                    1990-93   41        338
          3.   Jon Jett                     2004    10         112   3.   Lee Daily                    1995-98   43        302
          4.   Mark Mouton                  2001    11         112   4.   Jon Cockroft                 2000-03   44        249
          5.   Sedrick Howard               2001    11        100    5.   Jeff Browning                1996-99   43        227


 ALAN                                                    SOLO TACKLES
HOUSTON
                                   SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                       YEAR    G        SOLO         PLAYER                       YEARS     G       SOLO
          1.   Robert Thomas                1996    11         68    1.   Robert Thomas                1993-96   43        201
          2.   Alan Houston                 2002    11         63    2.   Lee Daily                    1996-99   43        164
          3.   Sedrick Howard               2001    11         58    3.   A.D. Love                    1994-97   43        133
          3.   Lee Daily                    1996    11         58    4.   Jon Cockroft                 2000-03   44        126
          5.   A.D. Love                    1998    11         50    5.   Jeff Browning                1996-99   43        125


                                                   QUARTERBACK SACKS
                                   SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                   YEAR         G     SACKS          PLAYER                       YEARS     G      SACKS
          1.   Nik Rotcheid             1996         11       5.5    1.   Polete Buard                 1995-96   22       10.5
  A.D.    2.   Robert Thomas            1995         11       5.0    1.   Zach Pettigrew               2001-04   43       10.5
 LOVE     3.   Zach Pettigrew           2003         11       4.5    3.   Kenyan Coleman               1992-95   43       10.0
          4.   Polete Buard             1996         11       4.0    4.   K.D. Williams                1993-94   21        8.0
          4.   Victor Tuatagaloa        1997         10       4.0    5.   Victor Tuatagaloa            1996-97   21        7.5



                                                    TACKLES FOR LOSS
                                   SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                   YEAR         G        TFL         PLAYER                   YEARS          G        TFL
          1.   Brandon Sims             2000         11        17    1.   Zach Pettigrew           2001-04        43        26
          2.   Adrion Ivory             2005         11       12.5   1.   Brandon Sims             1999-00        20        25
          3.   Jake Pool                2002         11        12    3.   Alan Houston             2000-02        28        19
          4.   Zach Pettigrew           2002         11        10    3.   Jake Pool                2001-04        41        19
          4.   Anthony Smith            1998         11        10    5.   Eric Wade                1998-01        36        18
 JAKE
 POOL
                                                   FUmBLE RECOVERIES
                                   SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                   YEAR         G         FR         PLAYER                   YEARS          G         FR
          1.   Jon Jett                 2003         11         3    1.   Jon Jett                 2003-04        21         5
          1.   Corey Shaw               2001         11         3    2.   Mark Mouton              2000-01        18         4
          2.   Mark Mouton              2001         11         2    3.   Cedrick Howard           2000-01        22         4
          2.   Sedrick Howard           2001         11         2    4.   Corey Shaw               2001-03        22         3
          2.   Justin Causey            2002         11         2    4.   Bobby Winn               2000-03        31         3



                                                    PASS BREAK-UPS
SEDRICK
HOWARD                             SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                   YEAR         G        PBR         PLAYER                   YEARS          G       PBR
          1.   Reggie Howard            1996         11        13    1.   Robert Thomas            1993-96        43       24
          2.   Robert Thomas            1996         11         9    2.   Sam Witcher              2001-03        24       13
          3.   Alan Lambert             2003         11         8    3.   Reggie Howard            1996           11       13
          3.   Sam Witcher              2002         10         8    4.   Ben Witcher              2001-03        30       10
          3.   Sedrick Howard           2000         11         8    5.   Jon Cockroft             2000-03        43        9
          3.   Jarayl Ward              2005         11         8

                                                     INTERCEPTIONS
                                   SEASON                                                     CAREER
               PLAYER                   YEAR         G        INT.        PLAYER                   YEARS          G        INT.
          1.   Stan Parris              1967         9          9    1.   Stan Parris              1967-70        40         31
  ROY     1.   Stan Parris              1968         11         9    2.   Roy Green                1975-78        43         23
          1.   Roy Green                1978         10         9    3.   Marvell Burgess          1983-86        42         19
 GREEN    4.   Stan Riner               1978         10         8    4.   Tracy Tillar             1990-93        41         15
          5.   Stan Parris              1970         10         7    4.   Daniel Hunter            1980-83        41         15

                                   60 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 60
                                 REDDIE RECORD BOOK
                                     TOUCHDOWN RUSHING LEADERS
                             SEASON                                                            CAREER
       PLAYER                          YEAR      G             TD         PLAYER                           YEARS      G            TD
1.     Blake Christenson               2002      11            17    1.   Blake Christenson                2001-04    43           45
1.     Kenny Fells                     1985      12            17    2.   Kenny Fells                      1986-89    41           37
2.     Curtis Jones                    1975      12            13    3.   Joe Smith                        1966-69    39           23
2.     Arthur Burnett                  2003      11            13    4.   Calvin Goshen                    1986-89    41           20
2.     Blake Christenson               2003      11            13    5.   Tommy Hart                       1966-69    39           20
2.     Calvin Goshen                   1989      11            13
2.     Lawrence Texada                 1981      10            13
                                                                                                                                              ARTHUR
                                     TOUCHDOWN PASSING LEADERS                                                                                BURNETT
                             SEASON                                                            CAREER
       PLAYER                          YEAR      G             TD         PLAYER                           YEARS      G            TD
1.     Dane King                       2005      11            16    1.   Blake Christenson                2001-04    43           17
1.     Chris Reil                      2000      11            16    2.   Dane King                        2005       11           16
2.     Mike Nazarenko                  1981      10            10    2.   John Lindgren                    1986-89    41           16
3.     Blake Christenson               2003      11             8    2.   Chris Reil                       2000       11           16
4.     Tommy Hart                      1968      11             7    5.   Tommy Hart                       1966-69    33           15

                                    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION LEADERS
                             SEASON                                                            CAREER
       PLAYER                          YEAR      G             TD         PLAYER                           YEARS      G            TD
1.     Chad Luttrull                   2000      11            14    1.   Chad Luttrull                    2000       11           14         BRYAN
2.     Ricky Patton                    1977      11             8    2.   Dwayne Wilkins                   1980-81    21           11
3.     Todd Cooley                     1995      11             7    3.   Greg Williams                    1982-85    42           10         MATTOX
3.     Dwayne Wilkins                  1980      11             7    4.   John Ford                        1969-72    39            9
5.     Marques Clark                   2005      11             6    4.   Billy Lafear                     1968-71    29            9


                                               FIELD GOAL LEADERS
                             SEASON                                                            CAREER
       PLAYER                 YEAR     PCT.      ATT       MADE           PLAYER                 YEARS     PCT.       ATT       MADE
1.     Keith Bryan            1985     .760      25          19      1.   Bo Adkisson            1974-77   .745       55          41
2.     Bo Adkisson            1977     .765      17          13      2.   Craig Moses            1993-96   .667       45          30
3.     Bo Adkisson            1976     .706      17          12      3.   Keith Bryan            1984-85   .767       30          23
4.     Gary Jackson           1987     .733      15          11      4.   Zach Elbert            1999-02   .667       30          20
5.     Bryan Woodard          2005     .650      20          13      4.   David Martin           1988-89   .556       36          20
                                                                                                                                              DAVID
                                               ExTRA-POINT LEADERS                                                                            MARTIN
                             SEASON                                                            CAREER
       PLAYER                YEAR      PCT.      ATT       MADE           PLAYER                 YEARS     PCT.       ATT       MADE
1.     Bo Adkisson           1974      .830      47          39      1.   Bo Adkisson            1974-77   .799       149         119
2.     Bryan Mattox          2003      .868      39          33      2.   Craig Moses            1993-96   .919       99           91
2.     Craig Moses           1995      1.000     33          33      3.   Zach Elbert            1999-02   .947       94           89
4.     Bo Adkisson           1975      .744      43          32      4.   Jorgen Gertz           1967-68   .930       57           53
5.     Jorgen Gertz          1968      .939      33          31      5.   Frank Pearson          1980-81   .896       48           43

                                                                TEAm RECORDS
     TEAM RUSHING            TOTAL OFFENSE                RUSHING                       TOTAL                     LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY
     2003 .......... 321.0   2003 .......... 403.7        DEFENSE                    DEFENSE               1932      vs Arkansas College      99-0    99
     2004 .......... 299.9   2004 .......... 385.9     1975 ............ 77.7     1975 .......... 168.5    1909      vs Centenary             83-0    83
     1985 .......... 294.0   2005 .......... 374.0     1974 ............ 84.0     1974 .......... 172.1    1913      vs Arkansas College      82-0    82
                                                                                                           1924      vs Arkansas College      81-0    81
     2002 .......... 290.5   1969 .......... 348.7     1973 ............ 91.6     1976 .......... 173.0
                                                                                                           1931      vs Harding               72-6    66
     1991 .......... 262.8   2002 .......... 373.4     1976 .......... 115.0      1983 .......... 186.6    1930      vs. El Dorado JC         68-0    68
     1997 .......... 252.6   1997 .......... 342.2     1983 .......... 118.1      1973 .......... 190.7    1934      vs UA-Monticello         65-0    65
                                                                                                           1908      vs Hendrix               65-0    65
     TEAM PASSING             TEAM SCORING                 PASSING                    SCORING              1968      vs. Centenary            73-7    64
     2000 .......... 272.2   1985 .... 329: 27.4          DEFENSE                    DEFENSE
     2005 .......... 260.6   1981 .... 272: 27.2       1976 ............ 58.0     1976 ........ 35: 3.5           LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT
     1989 .......... 151.8   2003 .... 289: 26.3       1963 ............ 70.5     1930 ........ 33: 3.6    1919      vs   Hendrix             128-0   128
     1981 .......... 140.0   1995 .... 275: 25.0       1970 ............ 72.2     1928 ........ 38: 4.2    1915      vs   Vanderbilt          100-0   100
                                                                                                           1956      vs   Louisiana College   73-0     73
     1968 .......... 138.9   1978 .... 245: 24.5       1965 ............ 73.3     1974 ........ 89: 6.8
                                                                                                           1919      vs   OBU                 66-0     66
     1969 .......... 136.9   1974 .... 311: 23.9       1969 ............ 86.1     1975 ........ 89: 7.4    1910      vs    Arkansas           63-0     63
     1987 .......... 134.9   (Min. of 9 Games)                                    (Min. of 9 Games)        2000      vs   Southern Arkansas   86-27    59

                                               61 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 61
                             THE REDDIE RECORD BOOK
         100 YARD RUSHING GAmES                                                                                       LONGEST PLAYS
               100 yard rushing games since 1991                                     SCRIMMAGE RUSH                                                            FIELD GOALS
YARDS   PLAYER                  OPPONENT                YEAR   YARDS   PLAYER              OPPONENT                           YEAR   YARDS   PLAYER                 OPPONENT                YEAR
234     Blake Christenson      vs Southern Arkansas     2002   83      Troy Jackson        vs West Alabama                    1995   49      Bryan Woodard          vs North Alabama        2005
211     Blake Christenson       vs West Alabama         2002   83      Tony Hight          vs UA-Monticello                   1986   48      Bryan Woodard          vs Harding              2005
194     Sidney Stinson          vs Livingston           1993   80      Marvin Welch        vs West Alabama                    1997   47      Craig Moses             vs West Georgia        1996
191     Bernard Palmer          vs. West Alabama        2005   77      Rodney Stewart      vs West Georgia                    2003   45      Bryan Woodard          vs Harding              2005
181     Jayvian Johnson         vs Southern Arkansas    2002   76      Blake Christenson   vs Southern Arkansas               2002   45      Bryan Woodard           vs Stephen F. Austin   2005
180     Blake Christenson      vs UA-Monticello         2002   73      JuJu Harshaw        vs Delta State                     1991   45      Zach Elbert            vs West Alabama         2002
177     Anthony Jenkins         vs NE Okla.             1992   73      Sheldon Grant       vs West Alabama                    1999   45      Criag Moses            vs UA-Monticello        1996
177     Anthony Wright          vs UA-Monticello        1996   73      Bradford Bragg      vs Ouachita Baptist                1996   45      Zolten Matrai           vs West Georgia        1998
173     Dexter Nelson           vs Southern Arkansas    1991   69      Jace Garrison       vs Arkansas Tech                   2004   44      Craig Moses            vs Livingston           1993
170     Anthony Jenkins         vs Ouachita Baptist     1992   67      Keith Thacker       vs East Central Okla.              1987
162     Blake Christenson      vs UA-Monticello         2003   66      Rodney Stewart      vs Valdosta State                  2004                   PASS INTERCEPTION RETURNS
160     Tyrone Fogle            vs Livingston           1994   66      D.C. McDonald       vs Harding                         1988   YARDS   PLAYER              OPPONENT                   YEAR
151     Blake Christenson      vs. Delta State          2004   64      Eric Anderson       vs Central Arkansas                1999   63      Dennis Johnson      vs UA-Monticello           1990
148     Jayvian Johnson         vs Harding              2002   64      Sidney Stinson      vs Jacksonville State              1993   59      Chad Eley           vs Mississippi College     1993
147     Arthur Burnett          vs Central Arkansas     2003   62      Bradford Bragg      vs West Alabama                    1998   56      Sedrick Howard      vs West Georgia            2000
146     Jace Garrison          vs. Arkansas Tech        2004   62      Anthony Jenkins     vs NE Oklahoma                     1992   56      Bryan Woodard       vs Harding                 2005
146     Anthony Jenkins         vs Delta State          1992   62      Elgie Richards      vs UA-Monticello                   1985   54      Daniel Hunter       vs UA-Monticello           1982
146     Sidney Stinson          vs Pine Bluff           1993   60      Kenny Fells         vs UA-Monticello                   1984   49      Jabrayl Ward        vs Delta State             2005
145     Blake Christenson       vs Central Arkansas     2003   60      Glenn Norris        vs Tarleton State                  1985   46      A.D. Love           vs Mississippi College     1995
145     JuJu Harshaw           vs Central Arkansas      1991   59      Tony Hight          vs Central Arkansas                1985   46      Joel Kirkpatrick    vs Southern Arkansas       1989
144     Anthony Jenkins         vs Arkansas Tech        1992   58      Dexter Nelson       vs Arkansas Tech                   1991   42      Shane Spina         vs Mississippi College     1995
144     Bernard Palmer          vs. Southern Arkansas   2005   57      Terry Lanier        vs Southern Arkansas               1991   40      John Butler         vs North Alabama           1998
141     Blake Christenson      vs Ouachita Baptist      2003   57      Johnny Cornelious   vs East Central Okla.              1990
140     Tyrone Fogle            vs Southern Arkansas    1995   57      Billy Willis        vs UA-Monticello                   1990                        FUMBLE RETURNS
140     Troy Jackson           vs West Alabama          1995   57      D.C. McDonald       vs Arkansas Tech                   1989   YARDS   PLAYER             OPPONENT                    YEAR
140     Blake Christenson      vs UA-Monticello         2001   56      Greg Williams       vs Tarleton State                  1985   94      Ken Scroggins      vs Central Arkansas         1995
135     Billy Willis           vs Delta State           1993   55      Blake Christenson   vs Delta State                     2004   71      Korey Dixon         vs West Alabama            1995
134     Bradford Bragg         vs West Alabama          1998   54      Sidney Stinson      vs Ouachita Baptist                1992   68      A.D. Love          vs Miss. College            1995
134     Blake Christenson      vs Ouachita Baptist      2002   53      L. Johnson          vs Harding                         1988   59      B.K. Byrd           vs North Alabama           1999
133     Bradford Bragg         vs UA-Monticello         1996   53      Tyrone Newton       vs Arkansas Tech                   1996   57      Polete Buard       vs Delta State              1997
132     Blake Christenson      vs. Valdosta State       2004   51      Jace Garrison       vs West Alabama                    2004
132     Tyrone Fogle vs         vs Delta State          1995   51      Sheldon Grant       vs Ouachita Baptist                1998                  BLOCKED PUNT RETURNS
130     Blake Christenson       vs. West Georgia        2004   50      Kevin Austin        vs UA-Monticello                   2005   YARDS PLAYER            OPPONENT                       YEAR
130     Blake Christenson       vs West Georgia         2003   50      Scotty Wilson       vs Southern Arkansas               2003   31    Shane Spina       vs Valdosta State              1994
130     Tyrone Fogle vs         vs Central Arkansas     1995                                                                         13    Ed Square         vs Central Arkansas            1998
130     Marvin Welch            vs Delta State          1997                               PASS PLAYS
130     Tyrone Fogle            vs UA-Monticello        1997   YARDS   PLAYER                             OPPONENT            YEAR                               PUNTING
129     Rodney Stewart          vs. North Alabama       2004   98      Marques Clark from Dane King       vs Harding          2005   YARDS   PLAYER                 OPPONENT                YEAR
125     Arthur Burnett          vs Southeastern La.     2003   86      Drew Wilkins from Elgie Richards vs Harding            1985   74      Chris Carter           vs Delta State          1991
123     Blake Christenson       vs. West Alabama        2004   85      John Cornelius from Jerron Etherly vs So. Arkansas     1990   72      Krank Pearson          vs Central Arkansas     1983
116     Rodney Stewart          vs West Georgia         2003   82      Chad Luttrull from Chris Reil      vs N. Alabama       2000   70      Chris Carter           vs Angelo State         1992
115     Blake Christenson      vs Delta State           2003   80      Donald Bell from Dane King         vs C. Arkansas      2005   65      Chris Carter           vs Southern Arkansas    1993
113     Arthur Burnett         vs Arkansas Tech         2003   80      Keith Thacker from John Lindgren vs So. Arkansas       1987   65      Travis Stanley         vs. West Georgia        2004
110     Scotty Wilson           vs West Alabama         2003   76      Sidney Stinson from Jerron Etherly vs OBU              1990   64      Richie Arthur          vs. UA-Monticello       1986
107     Blake Christenson      vs West Alabama          2003   74      Steve Marshall from Todd Cooley vs E. Texas St.        1994   64      Gus Malzahn            vs Southeast Okla.      1988
104     Jace Garrison           vs. North Alabama       2004   73      Drew Wilkens from Nazarenko        vs Harding          1989   64      Gus Malzahn            vsHarding               1989
103     Arthur Burnett          vs Harding              2003   71      Brandon Jacola from Christenson vs. SE Louisiana       2003   60      William Bray           vs Harding              1996
102     Rodney Stewart          vs. Valdosta State      2004   68      Drew Wilkens from Elgie Richards vs C. Arkansas        1984
                                                               68      D.C. McDonald from John Lindgren vs Arkansas Tech      1987                            PUNT RETURNS
         250 YARD PASSING GAmES                                66      Chad Luttrull from Eric Guajardo   vs OBU              2000   YARDS   PLAYER                 OPPONENT                YEAR
                                                               65      Marques Clark from Dane King       vs Valdosta State   2005   91      D.C. McDonald          vs Central Arkansas     1986
              250 yard passing games since 1991
                                                               65      Greg Williams from Elgie Richards vs UA-Monticello     1985   89      Daryl Jones            vs Arkansas Tech        1983
YARDS   PLAYER                OPPONENT                  YEAR
                                                               64      V. Stevenson from John Lindgren vs UA-Monticello       1986   89      Daniel Hunter          vs Central Arkansas     1982
579     Chris Reil            vs Arkansas Tech          2000
                                                               63      David Murphy from Joseph Smith vs UA-Monticello        1998   88      Kenny Fells            vs Harding              1984
386     Dane King             vs Valdosta State         2005
                                                               62      K.C. Hampton from Jimbo Rozar      vs UA-Monticello    1999   82      Kaward Jolly           vs Ouachita Baptist     1990
373     Dane King             vs Arkansas Tech          2005
                                                               62      Kyle Preston from Gene Stubber     vs UA-Pine Bluff    1986   81      Kaward Jolly           vs Southern Arkansas    1991
347     Dane King             vs Central Arkansas       2005
                                                               61      Bruce Bailey from Tommy Jumper vs Arkansas Tech        1990
313     Chris Reil            vs Southern Arkansas      2000
                                                               61      D.C McDonald from John Lindgren vs UA-Monticello       1988                         KICKOFF RETURNS
305     Chris Reil            vs Harding                2000
                                                               61      Chad Luttrull from Chris Reil      vs North Alabama    2000   YARDS   PLAYER               OPPONENT                  YEAR
296     Dane King             vs UA-Monticello          2005
                                                               60      Kendrick Tucker from J. Etherly    vs OBU              1990   95      John Evans           vs Southern Arkansas      2000
291     Chris Reil            vs Delta State            2000
                                                               59      Garett Manning from Dane King      vs UA-Monticello    2005   94      Jilm Golden          vs. Harding               1960
288     Chris Reil            vs Valdosta State         2000
                                                               59      Anthony Wright from Jimbo Rozar vs UA-Monticello       1998   91      Eric Anderson        vs West Georgia           1998
280     Jimbo Rozar           vs West Georgia           1999
                                                               56      Steve Marshall from Matt Lynch     vs So. Arkansas     1994   90      Sam Blocker          vs UA-Monticello          1999
268     Chris Reil            vs North Alabama          2000
                                                               53      John Evans from Eric Guajardo      vs OBU              2000   89      Greg Williams        vs Central Arkansas       1984
                                                               53      Chad Luttrull from Chris Reil      vs Arkansas Tech    2000   86      D.C. McDonald        vs UA-Monticello          1986
        100 YARD RECEIVING GAmES
              100 yard receiving games since 1991
YARDS   PLAYER                  OPPONENT                YEAR
352     Chad Luttrull           vs Arkansas Tech        2000
226     Chad Luttrull           vs Harding              2000
166     Marques Clark           vs Valdosta State       2005
163     Chad Luttrull           vs North Alabama        2000
158     Eric Anderson           vs West Georgia         1999
151     Chad Luttrull           vs Southern Arkansas    2000
138     Chad Luttrull           vs Valdosta State       2000
135     Lance Smith             vs UA-Monticello        2003
131     Donald Bell             vs Central Arkansas     2005
129     Lance Smith             vs West Georgia         2003
127     David Murphy            vs UA-Monticello        1998
124     Chad Luttrull           vs Delta State          2000
118     Marques Clark           vs Harding              2005
106     Garett Manning          vs West Alabama         2005
106     Steve Marshall          vs East Texas State     1994
106     Chad Luttrull           vs West Georgia         2000
103     Chad Luttrull           vs UA-Monticello        2000
101     Jace Garrison           vs. Southern Arkansas   2004

                                                                         CHRIS CARTER                                  MARQUES CLARK                                DANE KING

                                                          62 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 62
            REDDIES IN THE PROS
                      YEAR   PLAYER                  TEAM
                      2003   Chris Atterberry        Arkansas Rhinos (NAFL)
                      2003   Jake Goheen             Arkansas Rhinos (NAFL)
                      2003   David Lengefeld         Arkansas Rhinos (NAFL)
                      2003   Chad Luttrull           Beaumont Drillers (NIFL)
                      2003   Butch Monticello        Lake Charles (NIFL)
                      1999   Ed Square, DB           Grand Rapids, Arkansas Twisters (AFL2)
                      1998   Victor Tuatagaloa, DT   New York Jets (FA)
                      1997   Clay Arnold             Barcelona (NFLE), Arkansas Twisters (AFL2)
                      1996   Robert Thomas, FB       Dallas Cowboys (FA), Georgia Force (AFL2)
                      1995   Shane Spina, LB         Winnipeg (CFL- 2nd)
                      1994   K.D. Williams, LB       Green Bay Packers (FA)
                      1991   Todd Jones, OG          Cleveland Browns (11th)
                      1990   Pete Walker, K          Indianapolis Colts (FA)
 BILLY LEFEAR         1990   Dave Vandersloot        Winnipeg (CFL-2nd)
                      1987   Marvell Burgess, DB     Miami Dolphins (FA)
Cleveland Browns      1986   Bruce Barnes, DE        Kansas City Chiefs (FA)
                      1986   Kenny Fells, RB         Washington Redskins (11th)
                      1985   Tony Johns, RB          Winnipeg (CFL-1st)
                      1985   Daniel Hunter, DB       Denver Broncos (FA)
                      1982   Dwayne Wilkins, TE      St. Louis Cardinals (FA)
                      1982   Lawrence Texada, RB     New York Jets (8th)
                      1978   Ricky Patton, DB        New Orleans Saints (FA)
                      1978   Roy Green, DB           St. Louis Cardinals (4th)
                      1978   Bo Adkisson, K          Tampa Bay Bucs (FA)
                      1976   Lynn Young, DT          Kansas City Chiefs (FA)
                      1976   Joe Smith, DB           Cleveland Browns (FA)
                      1975   Earnest Rhone, LB       Miami Dolphins (FA)
                      1975   Joe Yancey, DE          Miami Dolphins (FA)
                      1974   Lewis Pryor, DB         New Orleans Saints (FA)
                      1973   John Ford, TE           Buffalo Bills (7th)
                      1972   Jodie Carter, DB        Miami Dolphins (FA)
   ROBERT THOMAS      1972   Billy LeFear, FL        Cleveland Browns (9th)
                      1970   Jim Morgan, TE          Chicago Bears (13th)
     Dallas Cowboys   1961   Charles Donaldson, G    St. Louis Cardinals (FA)




      EARNEST RHONE                     ROY “Jetstream” GREEN
       Miami Dolphins                     St. Louis Cardinals
                 63 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 63
                 REDDIE AWARD WINNERS
                    ALL AmERICANS                                               ALL-GULF SOUTH
                 DON HANSEN FB             NCAA D-II                              CONFERENCE
                 GAZETTE                   1993 Chris Carter, P
                 2002 Allen Houston, LB                                         (1993-PRESENT)
                 2002 Zach Elbert, K       AFCA
                 ```                       1996 Robert Thomas, LB
                 ASSOCIATED PRESS
                 2000 Chad Luttrull, WR    NAIA
                 1996 Robert Thomas, LB    1992   Chris Carter, P
                 1993 Chris Carter, P      1991   Chris Carter, P
                 1992 Chris Carter, P      1991   Tony Gant, OL
K. D. WILLIAMS                             1990   Todd Jones, OL
                 1990 Todd Jones, OL
                 1965 Sam Goodwin, OG      1989   Calvin Goshen, RB
                 1960 C. Donaldson, OG     1987   Richard Clark, DT
                                           1985   Bruce Barnes, DE                                   2005
                 1959 C. Donaldson, OG                                                  2nd Team: Bryan Woodard, K
                                                  Kenny Fells, RB
                 C.M. FRANK                       Keith Bryan, K                                      2004
                                                                                        2nd Team: Jon Jett, LB
                 1996 Robert Thomas, LB    1984   Mike Bass, OG                         2nd Team: Alan Lambert, DB
                 1994 K.D. Williams, LB    1983   Daniel Hunter, DB
                                                                                                      2003
                 1993 Chris Carter, P      1979   Mike Mack, OT                         2nd Team: Blake Christenson, QB
                 1992 Chris Carter, P      1978   Roy Green, DB                         2nd Team: Sylas Robinson, C
                                                                              JON       2nd Team: Rodney Doaty, OG
EARNEST RHONE                              1977   Bo Adkisson, K
                 KODAK                                                        JETT
                 1993 Chris Carter, P      1976   Bo Adkisson, K                                       2002
                                                                                        1st Team: Allen Houston, LB
                                           1975   D. Cornelius, DB
                 1990 Todd Jones, OL                                                    2nd Team: Sylas Robinson, C
                                           1974   Earnest Rhone, LB                     2nd Team: Earl Wilson, LB
                 DAKTRONICS                       Lewis Pryor, DB                                     2001
                 2000 Chad Luttrull, WR    1970   Stan Parris, DB                       2nd Team: B.K. Byrd, KR
                                           1960   C. Donaldson, OG                      2nd Team: Mark Mouton, LB
                 D2FOOTBALL.COM                                                         2nd Team: Nate Van Cleave, P
                 2000 Chad Luttrull, WR                                                              2000
                                                                                        1st Team: Chad Luttrull, WR
                 BOB GRIESE                                                 SYLAS
                 1996 Robert Thomas, LB                                                               1999
                                                                           ROBINSON     2nd Team: Anthony Smith, LB
SAM GOODWIN
                                                                                        2nd Team: Kyle Hamby, LB
                                                                                        2nd Team: Sheldon Grant, RB
                                                                                        2nd Team: Eric Anderson, WR
             NCAA ALL-SOUTH REGION                                                                   1998
                                                                                        2nd Team: Carlos Bellamy, DE
                                2002: 1st Team:   Allen Houston, LB                     2nd Team: Brandon Oakley, C
                                                                                        2nd Team: Lee Daily, LB
                                2001: 2nd Team:   Sedrick Howard, SS
                                2000: 1st Team:   Chad Luttrull, WR                                    1997
                                                                                        1st Team: A.D. Love, FS
                                1998: 2nd Team:   Lee Daily, LB              CHAD       1st Team: Jack Coleman, OT
                                                                           LUTTRULL     1st Team: Ryan Thone, TE
                                1997: 2nd Team:   Brandon Oakley, C                     2nd Team: Lee Daily, LB
                                1996: 1st Team:   Robert Thomas, LB                     2nd Team: Victor Tuatagaloa, DT
                                                                                        2nd Team: Clay Arnold, NG
                                      2nd Team:   Craig Moses, K                        2nd Team: Brandon Oakley, C
                                      2nd Team:   Victor Tuatagaloa, DT                 2nd Team: Jason Garner, WR
                                                                                        2nd Team: Tyrone Fogle, FB
                                1995: 1st Team:   Robert Thomas, LB;
                                                                                                      1996
                                      2nd Team:   Craig Moses, K                        1st Team: Robert Thomas, LB
                                      2nd Team:   Jeff Williams, G                      1st Team: A.D. Love, FS
                                1994: 1st Team:   Chris Carter, P             A.D.                    1995
                                                                             LOVE       1st Team: Robert Thomas, LB
                                                                                        2nd Team: A.D. Love, FS
                                     DON HANSEN                                         2nd Team: Tyrone Fogle, FB
                                                                                        2nd Team: Jeff Williams, G

                                   FOOTBALLGAZETTE                                                    1994
                                                                                        1st Team: K.D. Williams, LB
                                                                                        1st Team: Steve Marshall, WR
                                   ALL-SOUTH REGION                                                1993
                                                                                     1st Team: Chris Carter, P
                                2002: 2nd Team: Allen Houston, LB                    1st Team: Ken Scroggins, CB
                                      3rd Team: Zach Elbert, K                       2nd Team: Greg Mundy, DT
          ZACH ELBERT                                                       VICTOR   2nd Team: Kevin Purvis, OT
                                                                          TUATAGALOA 2nd Team: Theron Scott, DE
                                                                                     2nd Team: K.D. Williams, LB


                               64 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 64
                             REDDIE AWARD WINNERS
                                       ALL-ARKANSAS INTERCOLLEGIATE
                                           CONFERENCE (1958-1992)
         1958            Tommy Hart, QB       Jimmy Dill, DB          Dick Carmichael, OL   David Humphrey        Andy O’Mara
     FIRST TEAM          Arky Floyd, RB       Billy Miller, Spec.     Eddie Fullwood, DL    Mike Nazarenko        Kyle Preston
Gary Weed, TE            Stan Parris, DB                              Jim Yarberry, DL      Ricky Norris          Chris Shead
Charles Donaldson, OG                              HONORABLE          Robert Hester, LB     Frank Pearson         Roy Tomlinson
Jim Baker, HB                  HONORABLE             MENTION          Bo Adkisson, K        Terry Rogers          Fred Williams
Russ Cerratto, ILB               MENTION      Joe Yancy               Roy Green, KR         Lawrence Texada       Greg Williams
Buddy Roberts, CB        Bill LeFear          Randy Morgan                                  James Tubbs           Drew Wilkins
                         Paul Bailey          Terry Blaylock               HONORABLE        Dewayne Wilkins
          1959           Jamie Hunter         Mark Pilcher                   MENTION        Scott Young                    1986
      FIRST TEAM         Roscoe White         Larry McAlister         David Crommett                              Roy Tomlinson, OL
Gary Weed, TE            Phil Patterson       Jim Ford                Paul Robinson                   1982        D.C. McDonald, KR
Charles Donaldson, OT    Jack Myers           Lynn Young              George Sparks         Greg Williams, WR
Joe Hart, DE             Kip Agee             Larry Lock              Ray Willis            Doug Graham, OL            HONORABLE              HONORABLE
Jerome Wesson, DT        Bill Mitchell        Maurice Grant           Dan Harshfield        Terry Rogers, DE             MENTION                MENTION
Charlie Staggs, DB       Craig Romine         Dewayne Cornelious      Larry Gartman         Daniel Hunter, DB     Marvell Burgess        Bobby Brasko
Jim Golden, DB           Ron Braddock         Jimmy Rice              Joe Smith             George Pledger, K     Jay Holland            Mark Delaney
                         Jim West             John Gross              Chester Barnes        Daniel Hunter, PR     Leroy Jackson          Shedrick Dumas
    SECOND TEAM          Robert Bailey                                                                            Jerome Pace            Tyrone Forte
Jim Bivens, OG           John Beverburg                 1974                     1978             HONORABLE       Kyle Preston           Russell Gilkey
Charles Montgomery, LB   Sonny Brooks         Larry McAlilister, OL        FIRST TEAM               MENTION                              Lyndon Johnson
Tom Kennedy, CB                               Terry Blaylock, QB      Dick Carmichael, OL   Albert Boone                   1987          Mark King
Buddy Roberts, DB                  1969       Joe Smith, RB           Paul Robinson, OB     Ricky Borkins              FIRST TEAM        John Lindgren
                         Jim Morgan, TE       Bo Adkisson, Spec.      Roy Green, DB         Victor Crews          David Kee, WR          Gus Malzahn
         1960            Tom Hogan, OT        Calvin Johnson, DE      Roy Green, Return     Larry Day             Roy Tomlinson, OL      D.C. McDonald
     FIRST TEAM          Tommy Hart, QB       Lynn Young, DL          Specialist            Herbert Farr          Richard Clark, L
Chas. Donaldson, OG      Kip Agee, ILB        Ernest Rhone, LB                              Kenny Fells           John Charboneau, LB              1990
Ron. Ringgold, LB        Stan Parris, DB      Lewis Pryor, DB             SECOND TEAM       Harry Massey                                       FIRST TEAM
Jim Golden, DB                                                        Tony Lewis, WR        Gary McCauley             SECOND TEAM        Todd Jones, OL
                               HONORABLE           HONORABLE                                Andrew O’Mara         Kyle Preston, TE       Chris Carter, P
    SECOND TEAM                  MENTION             MENTION                HONORABLE       James Tubbs           Gary Jackson, P/K      Kaward Jolly, PR
Freddy Glaze, HB         Elwood Edwards       Joe Yancy                      MENTION        Scott Young
                         Terry Quast          Jim Ford                Ned Parette                                       HONORABLE            SECOND TEAM
         1961            Don Cooley           Jim Morris              Darren O’Quinn                  1983               MENTION         Dave Vandersloot, OL
Joe Branch, E            James Hunter         Mark Pilcher            Milton Kimble         Victor Crews, OL      Bryan Abraham          Corey Jones, DL
Jerome Wesson, T         Jerry Malone         Pat McQuire             Darryl Foreman        Daniel Hunter, DB     Jack Alvarez           Joel Kirkpatrick, DB
Charles Montgomery, C    Jack Myers           Larry Ray               Donald Solco          Daniel Hunter, PR     Alvin Darden
                         Bill Mitchell        Larry Thompson          Mike Mack                                   John Ford                    HONORABLE
    HONORABLE            Reggie Speights      Dwayne Cornelious       David Crommitt             HONORABLE        Tyrone Forte                  MENTION
      MENTION            Ronnie Braddock      Johnny Gross            Gary Lewis                    MENTION       Leroy Jackson          Mark Delaney
Ray Tucker               Donnie Braddock      Dennis Parker           George Sparks         Greg Williams         Steve King             Dennis Johnson
                         Danny Howard         Jimmy Rice              Larry Gartman         Kenny Fells           John Lindgren          Jeff Kubacak
          1962           Tommy Holiman        Jasper Benton           Randy Ballard         Claude Watkins        Mickey Mapes           Dexter Lewis
Joe Hart, E              Sonny Brooks         Ricky Minter            Charlie Boyd          Rodney Bragg          D.C. McDonald          Matt Woodruff
Wayne Thompson, HB       Lloyd Speck                                  Chester Barnes        Jerry Davis           Arthur Pierot
Ronnie Ringgold                                         1975          Stan Riner            Ricky Borkins         Troy Smith                       1991
Gerald Lowery                      1970       Nathan Gills, OL                              Herbert Farr          Keith Thacker                FIRST TEAM
Woody Jolly              Tom Hogan, OT        Jim Ford, OL                      1979        Donnell Brooks        Troy Wilkins           Paul Calley, OL
                         Danny Howard, DE     Terry Blaylock, QB      Mike Mack, OL         Kris Nichols                                 Tony Grant, OL
          1963           Don Braddock, LB     Larry Ray, RB           Ned Parrett, DE       Clarence Watkins               1988          Chris Carter, P
Joe Carroll, OG          Stan Parris, DB      Ricky Minter, DE        Ira Benton, LB        Richard Williams           FIRST TEAM        Tim Shavers, DL
Duke Wells, HB           Bobby Jones          John Gross, DL          Duane White, P                              Bryan Abraham, OL      Cantrell Lewis, DB
Terry Thurman, LB                             Eddie Fullwood, DL                                     1984                                Kaward Jolly, PR
                                   1971       Jasper Benton, LB             HONORABLE       Mike Bass, OL             SECOND TEAM
     HONORABLE           Elwood Edwards, C    Dwayne Cornelious, DB           MENTION       Kenny Fells, RB       Jay Holland, TE             SECOND TEAM
       MENTION           Jodie Carter, DB                             Virgil Green          Claude Watkins, DL    John Lindgren, QB      Shedrick Duman, OL
Burney Whitfield                                    HONORABLE         Tony Lewis            Herbert Farr, DB      Tyrone Forte, LB       Bill Hays, K
Mike Steelman                  HONORABLE              MENTION         Gary Lewis                                  Andre Muldrew, DB      Alton Hawkins, LB
Woodie Jolley                    MENTION      Mark Pilcher            David Crommett             HONORABLE
Jerry Mayer              Danny Lindsey        Jim Morris              Lawarence Texada              MENTION             HONORABLE             HONORABLE
Robert Mizell            Bill LeFear          Larry McCallister       Morris Wright         Bruce Barnes                  MENTION              MENTION
Sam Goodwin              Larry Locke          Larry Thompson          Rickey Norris         Rodney Bragg          Richie Arthur          Herman Botley
                         James Morehart       Curtis Jones            David Humphrey        Sam Carr              Jeff Atkinson          JuJu Harshaw
          1964           John Ford            Lynn Young              Darren O’Quinn        Tony Johns            Ronnie Burnett         Sam Khabeer
Mike Steelman, TE        Bruce Waters         Wilbert Hunter          Paul Robinson         Kris Nichols          Jeff Calaham
Joe Carroll, OG          James White          Robert Hester           Donnie Willis         Andy O’Mara           Calvin Goshen                    1992
Larry Walker, QB         Lyle Jones           Glen Biddle                                   Chris Shead           Lyndon Johnson               FIRST TEAM
Troy Tison, HB           Lewis Prior                                            1980        Clarence Watkins      David Kee              Lorenzo Sheppard, TE
Ronnie Kerr, DE                                         1976          Larry Day, DL                               Micky Maples           Chris Carter, P
Fred Dawson, LB                   1972        Mark Pilcher, WR                                        1985        David Martin           Greg Mundy, DL
John Benafield, CB       James Morehart, DE   David Whitener, OL           HONORABLE        James Bambico, OL     D.C. McDonald
Robert Mizell, HB        Dennis Parker, DL    Nathan Gills, OL                MENTION       Kenny Fells, RB       Arthur Pierot              SECOND TEAM
                         Earnest Rhone, LB    Jim Yarberry, DL        Tony Lewis            Elgie Richards, RB    Dave Vandersloot       Jeremie Burns, OL
        1965                                  Robert Hester, LB       Morris Wright         Bruce Barnes, DE      Troy Wilkins           Anthony Jenkins, RB
Sam Goodwin, OG & NG           HONORABLE      Glen Biddle, DB         Mike Mack             Eric Robinson, DL
Bobby Agee, DE                   MENTION                              Ned Parrett           Mark Davis, DL                  1989
Johnny Benefield, DB     John Ford                 HONORABLE          Darren O’Quinn        Marvell Burgess, DB         FIRST TEAM
                         James White                  MENTION         Terry Rogers          Keith Bryan, K        Dave Vandersloot, OL
     HONORABLE           Lewis Pryor          Larry Gartman           Darrell Foreman                             Calvin Goshen, RB
       MENTION           Larry Locke          Ricky Minter            David Humphrey              HONORABLE       David Martin, K
Ronnie Kerr              Joe Yancy            Joey Green              Dwayne Wilkins                MENTION       Jeff Calaham, DL
                         Jodie Carter         Eddie Fullwood                                Roy Burton            Dexter Lewis, DL
          1966           Billy Miller         Terry Duncan                      1981        Jon Ford              Ronnie Burnett, KR
Guss Robey, TE           Calvin Johnson       J.B. Grimes             Darrell Foreman, OL   Leroy Jackson
Ladell Farley, OG                             John Davie              Daniel Hunter, DB     Steve King                SECOND TEAM
Leon Hodge, DT                     1973       Ricky Patton                                  Darrell Krinminger    Ryan Richardson, WR
                         Silas Johnson, OG    Ray Willis                   HONORABLE        Micky Mapes           Arthur Pierot, LB
         1968            Calvin Johnson, DE                                  MENTION        Jeff McCann           Joel Kirkpatrick, B
Jim Morgan, TE           Dennis Parker, DL              1977          Percy Bruce           Jessie McCray         Kaward Jolly, PR
Tom Hogan, OT            Ernest Rhone, LB     Ricky Patton, TE        Doug Graham           Kris Nichols

                                              65 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 65
   COACHING RECORDS & CHAmPIONSHIPS
            ALL-TImE COACHING RECORDS                                                                   HALL OF HONOR
                    Years           Coach              Years    W       L     T        Pct.       The Henderson State University Hall of Honor
                                                                                              was established in 1997 when it inducted its first
                    2006-           Scott Maxfield     1        3       8     0        .272
                                                                                              class of members on September 27.
                    2001-05         Jesse Branch       4        12      31    0        .279       That class included 12 former Reddie athletes
                    1999-00         Patrick Nix        2        3       19    0        .136   consisting of Clyde Berry, Ralph “Sporty”
                                                                                              Carpenter, Don Dyer, Roy Green, Jimmy
                    1994-98         Ronnie Kerr        5        19      34    1        .361   Haygood, Mickey O’Quinn, Lewis Pryor, Earnest
                    1990-93         Ken Turner         4        17      21    3        .451   Rhone, Jim Mack Sawyer, Bo Sherman, Bettye
                                                                                              Wallace and Duke Wells.
JIMMY HAYGOOD       1971-89         Sporty Carpenter   19       119     76    5        .608
                                                                                                  Henderson State Athletic Director Sam
                    1967-70         Clyde Berry        4        26      14    0        .650   Goodwin heads the committee who selects from
                    1962-66         Jim Mack Sawyer    5        19      26    3        .427   a list of athletes in the categories of football and
                                                                                              men’s basketball, other men’s sports, all
                    1941-61         Duke Wells         18       73      78    11       .484   women’s sports, and the heritage era.
                    1940            Tom Murphy         1        3       5     1        .389
                                                                                                                   • 1997 •
                    1939            Lloyd Grow         1        4       4     1        .500
                                                                                              Clyde Berry, Ralph “Sporty” Carpenter, Don Dyer,
                    1935-38         Solon Sudduth      4        8       22    2        .281   Roy Green, Jimmy Haygood, Mickey O’Quinn,
                    1931-34         Bo Sherman         4        21      7     0        .750   Lewis Pryor, Earnest Rhone, Jim Mack Sawyer, Bo
DUKE WELLS                                                                                    Sherman, Bettye Wallace, Duke Wells.
                    1925-30         Bo Rowland         6        39      10    4        .774
                    1919            Bill Watson        1        1       4     1        .250                       • 1998 •
                                                                                              Danny Davis, Charlie Donaldson, Sam Goodwin,
                    1907-24         Jimmy Haygood      17       49      52    9        .486
                                                                                              Tommy Hart, Bobby Reese, Bo Rowland, Dr.
                    1906            J.H. Lassiter      1        2       0     1        .833   Delores White
                    1905            J.B. Webster       1        2       1     0        .667                       • 1999 •
                                                                                              Bo Adkisson, Allen Berry, Cherie Buckley, Chris
                                                                                              Carter, Ken Duke, Kenny Fells, Randy Stewart

                                                                                                                  • 2000 •
                 HENDERSON STATE CHAmPIONSHIPS                                                Anthony Avery, Terry Blaylock, Daniel “Cricket”
                                                                                              Hunter, Enos Mitchell, Stan Parris, Jan Allen
  YEAR     COACH                       W     L    T       TITLE                               Segrest, Doyle Wallace
  1985     Sporty Carpenter            9     3    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate
  1977     Sporty Carpenter            9     2    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate                                • 2001 •
  1975     Sporty Carpenter            11    1    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate          Kathy Comeaux, Fred Dawson, Larry Ducksworth,
  1974     Sporty Carpenter            11    2    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate          Clint Fuller, Louis Pike, Bill Shirron, Ken Turner
  1973     Sporty Carpenter            10    1    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate
  1969     Clyde Berry                 8     2    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate                               • 2002 •
                                                                                              Lisa Keigwin Braddock, J.O. Buckley, Bob Cullen,
  1963     Jim Mack Sawyer             8     1    1       Arkansas   Intercollegiate
                                                                                              Buddy Formby, Bill Groce, Allen Howard, Jim
  1959     Duke Wells                  6     2    1       Arkansas   Intercollegiate          Morgan, Reggie Ritter, Louise Ross Robey, Rhonda
  1950     Duke Wells                  6     1    2       Arkansas   Intercollegiate          Thigpen
  1934     Eugene Sherman              5     2    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate
  1933     Eugene Sherman              7     1    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate                                • 2003 •
  1932     Eugene Sherman              7     1    0       Arkansas   Intercollegiate          Willie Coulter, Sandra Hatley, Roy C. Kennedy, Karl
  1930     Bo Rowland                  8     1    0       Arkansas   Association              Koonce, Harold Maciejewski, Coak Matthews, Jack
  1929     Bo Rowland                  6     1    1       Arkansas   Association              Robey, Richard Hays, Jane Sevier
  1928     Bo Rowland                  8     0    1       Arkansas   Association
                                                                                                                  • 2004•
  1927     Bo Rowland                  7     0    1       Arkansas   Association              Angela Brown, Emily Hartsfield, Randy Henry, G.O.
  1910     Jimmy Haygood               2     2    1       Arkansas   State                    Richardson, Jimmy Ross, Robert Thomas, Sleppy
  1909     Jimmy Haygood               4     2    1       Arkansas   State                    Thomasson, Sebastian Villalva, Teddy Woodson
  1908     Jimmy Haygood               4     2    0       Arkansas   State
  1907     Jimmy Haygood               3     2    0       Arkansas   State                                       • 2005 •
                                                                                              Larry Bray, Victor Crews, Jim Golden, Doug
         HENDERSON STATE IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS                                             Goodman, Lataria Andrews-Hall, Scott Hanshaw,
  YEAR   REC.    POLL                RANKING                                                  Elwood Meadows, Lena Womack-Moore, Carroll
                                                 YEAR REC. POLL             RANKING
  1996   5-6     NCAA Division II      No. 20                                                 Wood
                                                 1975 11-1 NAIA                No. 2
  1989   7-4     NAIA                  No. 15              Associated Press   No. 11
  1987   5-5     NAIA                  No. 18                                                               • 2006 INDUCTEES •
                                                 1974 11-2 NAIA                No. 2
  1985   9-3     NAIA                   No. 7                                                 Karyn Bulhoes-Ard, Donnie Braddock, Ronnie
                                                           Associated Press   No. 11
  1981   7-3     NAIA                  No. 18                                                 Braddock, Lee Clay, David Gray,Julia Jackson-
                                                           CARR               No. 16
  1978   7-2-1   NAIA                  No. 16                                                 Ingram, Billy Ross Montgomery, Steve Ray, Eldred
                                                 1973 10-1 NAIA                No. 7
  1977   9-2     NAIA                   No. 9                                                 Rogers, Jerome Wesson
                                                           Associated Press   No. 15
  1976   8-2     NAIA                   No. 8

                                             66 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 66
REDDIE FOOTBALL FACILITIES
                                                       CARPENTER-HAYGOOD
                                                            STADIUm
                                                  Constructed in 1968, Carpenter-Haygood
                                                Stadium is entering its 38th season as the
                                                home of the Henderson State Reddies.
                                                  First named Haygood Stadium in honor of
                                                Jimmy Haygood, the school’s head football
                                                coach from 1907-1924, the 9,600 capacity,
                                                bowl-inclosed facility was renamed in April
                                                1990 to include the name of former coach
                                                Ralph “Sporty” Carpenter.
                                                  The school’s board of trustees voted
                                                unanimously to add Carpenter’s name to the
                                                stadium in 1990.
                                                  Since its opening in 1968, the stadium has
                                                hosted five NAIA national track and field
                                                meets, the NAIA football national playoffs,
                                                along with other events such as Special
                                                Olympics, state high school playoff games,
                                                state track meets, marching contests and
                                                graduation ceremonies.

                               THE REDDIE ATHLETIC CENTER
                   The Reddie Athletic Center was made possible by a $1.8-million gift
                 from an anonymous donor. The architect for the project was Wittenberg,
                 Delony & Davidson, Inc. and the general contractor was Wade Abernathy,
                 Inc. Construction of the 19,235-square-foot athletic center and the training
                 facility began in March 2002 and was completed by the spring of 2003.
                   Located on the southeast end of Carpenter-Haygood Stadium, the Reddie
                 Athletic Center stands as one of the premier sports facilities in the Gulf
                 South Conference.
                   The state-of-the-art facility is central to the Henderson State football
                 program but services all 12 sports the school offers.
                   The facility houses nine Reddie football coaches’ offices, coaches’ and
                 team meeting rooms, locker rooms for both players and coaches, training
                 rooms, and medical training and strength training facilities for all Henderson
                 State sports.
                   Commercial laundry equipment on-site makes it easier to keep uniforms
                 in repair and inventories evaluated.
                   Along with the many features of the center is a coaches meeting room
                 equiped with televisions, video playback machines, executive tables and
                 chairs,and message boards.
                   The center also features a team meeting room with several large wall
                 screens, overhead projectors, televisions and video playback machines.




     67 • 2006 REDDIE FOOTBALL • 67
                  PRE-SEASON DEPTH CHART
           OFFENSE                                  DEFENSE                          SPECIAL TEAmS
Quarterback                             Rush                                   Punter
10 Garett Manning (6-3, 195, So.)       83 Nick Finley (6-3, 260, Jr.)         31 Ben Hornbeck (5-10, 160, So.)
19 Todd Crabtree (6-3, 200, Sr.)        89 Kyle Chastain (6-4, 230, Jr.)       10 Garett Manning (6-3, 195, So.)

Running Back                            Tackle                                 Kicker
22 Bernard Palmer (5-9, 180, So.)       71 Shane O’Neal (6-4, 330, Sr.)        31 Ben Hornbeck (5-10, 160, So.)
1 Jace Garrison (5-11, 185, Jr.)        94 Jerrid Fulton (6-1, 270, Jr.)       39 Brian Giambastiani (5-10, 180, Jr.)

Fullback                                                                       Deep Snapper
99 Ross Watson (5-11, 265, Sr.)         Nose Tackle                            60 Kale Gober (6-0, 260, Jr.)
37 Dustin McAnnaly (5-10, 200, Fr.)     97 Chris Evans (6-1, 270, Sr.)         55 Kyle gibbs (6-3, 280, Fr.)
                                        95 Taylor Alloway (6-3, 240, So.)
X-Receiver                                                                     Holder
8 Marques Clark (6-1, 175, Sr.)         End                                    19 Todd Crabtree (6-3, 200, Sr.)
4 Jamar Green (5-9, 165, So.)           88 Sam Carter (6-3, 250, Jr.)          8 Marques Clark (6-1, 175, Sr.)
                                        98 Patrick Gladney (6-4, 230, Fr.)
Y-Receiver                                                                     Punt Returns
21 Jason Factuar (5-9, 175, Sr.)        Sam Linebacker                         15 Robert Espinoza (6-0, 185, So.)
87 Steven Scott (6-1, 180, Fr.)         13 Derrick Hassell (6-2, 215, Sr.      4 Jamar Green (5-9, 165, So.)
                                        25 Darnei Bates (6-1, 200, So.)        3 Kevin Austin (6-0, 185, Jr.)
Z-Receiver                              41 Kendrick Campbell (6-1, 210, Fr.)
3 Kevin Austin (6-0, 185, Jr.)                                                 Kickoff Returns
6 Chris Smith (6-1, 190, Fr.)           Mike Linebacker                        4 Jamar Green (5-9, 165, So.)
                                        44 Charles Green (6-0, 220, Sr.)       24 Divon Hughes (5-10, 175, So.
A-Receiver                              45 Mark Van-Paris (6-2, 230, Jr.)      15 Robert Espinoza (6-0, 185, So.)
15 Robert Espinoza (6-0, 188, So.)      52 Chris Johnson (5-10, 210, Jr.)
16 Greg Godfrey (5-10, 170, So.)
                                        Willie Linebacker
Left Tackle                             36 D.J. Papillion (6-0, 215, Jr.)
                                                                                    COACHING STAFF
62 Jared Locke (6-4, 280, Jr.)          33 Josh Black (5-10, 225, Jr.)
73 Louis West (6-8, 390, Jr.)           46 Joe Wise (6-2, 225, Jr.)            HEAD COACH         Scott Maxfield
                                                                                                  Louisiana Tech (1984)
Left Guard                              Left Corner
                                                                               DEFENSIVE          Robert Henry
74 Kevin Davis (6-4, 300, Jr.)          24 Divon Hughes (5-10, 175, So.)
                                                                               COORDINATOR        Mississippi (1977)
72 Larry Essex (6-3, 320, Jr.)          12 Kenny Evans (5-11, 170, Fr.)
                                                                               WIDE RECEIVERS     Coy Campbell
Center                                  Right Corner                                              Concord (2002)
50 Andrew Ross (6-0, 255, Jr.)          5 Darrell Burnett (5-11, 180, Jr.)
                                                                               SAFETIES           Matt Gordon
                                        26 Ricky Jordan (6-0, 180, Jr.)
                                                                                                  Concord (2002)
Right Guard                             32 De Travion White (5-10, 170, Fr.)
77 Allen Pollard (6-3, 285, Sr.)                                               OFFENSIVE LINE     Greg Davis
75 Marc Keppner (6-5, 335, Fr.)         Strong Safety                                             TCU (1998)
                                        9 Jabrayl Ward (6-0, 180, Jr.)
                                                                               DEFENSIVE LINE     Clint Smith
Right Tackle                            28 Nick Maxfield (6-3, 190, Fr.)
                                                                                                  Concord (2000)
79 Kurt Kutscher (6-6, 325, Jr.)        11 David Hall (5-11, 200, Fr.)
55 Kyle Gibbs (6-3, 290, Fr.)                                                  RUNNING BACKS      Drew Causey
                                        Free Safety                                               North Alabama (2000)
Tight End                               17 Tim Kranawetter (6-1, 195, Jr.)
80 Kail Williamson (6-4, 230, Jr.)      23 Jeremy Buchanan (6-0, 190, So.)
84 Scott Houser (6-4, 240, Jr.)         34 Chikee Hobbs (6-0, 195, Fr.)

                                      68 • REDDIE TO THE mAx • 68

								
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