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           2011 SCHEDULE/RESULTS (3-1)
SEPTEMBER                                                                                                                                                                           ®   FOOTBALL                                                         PRESENTED BY:

   1 AUSTIN PEAY (FOX Sports Ohio HD) .........................W, 72-10
  10 at Tennessee (ESPN2) ...............................................L, 45-23
                                                                                                                                                 at Miami (Oh)
                                                                                                                 5
  17 AKRON (ESPN3) .........................................................W, 59-14
 22 NC STATE (ESPN/ESPN3D)..........................................W, 44-14                                                                                                                                                                                                                      VS.
                                                                                                                                                 October 1, 2011 • 1 p.m. ET • ESPN3
OCTOBER                                                                                                                                          Oxford, Ohio • Yager Stadium (24,286)                                                                                         ®




  1 at Miami (OH) (ESPN3)..................................................1 p.m.
                                                                                                               GAME INFORMATION                                                                CINCINNATI BEARCATS                                                                   MIAMI REDHAWKS
 15 LOUISVILLE *^.....................................................................TBA
 22 at USF * (BIG EAST Network) .........................................Noon                           Radio: ...................................................700 WLW AM            Rankings (AP/Coaches) ....................................nr/nr                   Rankings (AP/Coaches) ....................................nr/nr
                                                                                                        Satellite Radio: .....................................................n/a       2011 Record.............................................................3-1       2011 Record............................................................0-3
NOVEMBER                                                                                                Live Stats: .....................................GoBEARCATS.com                 Last Game ........... Sept. 22, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio                          Last Game .................Sept. 24, 2011 in Oxford, Ohio
  5 at Pittsburgh * ...................................................................TBA              Internet Radio: .................................... 700wlw.com                                                         defeated NC State 44-14                                                      lost to Bowling Green 37-23
 12 WEST VIRGINIA *^ .............................................................TBA                   Twitter: ..............................................@GoBEARCATS              Head Coach ............................................Butch Jones                Head Coach ........................................Don Treadwell
                                                                                                        Series Record: .........................Miami leads 59-49-7                     Record at UC (Years) ..................................7-9 (2nd)                  Record at School (Years) ..........................0-3 (first)
 19 at Rutgers * .......................................................................TBA
                                                                                                        Last Meeting: ..........................10/9/10 (UC W, 45-3)                    Career Record (Years) ............................34-22 (5th)                     Career Record (Years) ......................................Same
 26 at Syracuse *......................................................................TBA              In Oxford: ...................................Miami leads 14-8-2                vs. MU .................................................................... 1-0   vs. UC ....................................................First Meeting

DECEMBER                                                                                                FOOTBALL TAKES ON MIAMI IN ThE 116Th BATTLE FOR ThE VICTORY BELL SATURDAY
  3 CONNECTICUT * (ESPN, ESPN2) ......................................Noon                               f The University of Cincinnati football team will head 30 miles north Saturday, closing out non-conference play with the 116th Battle
                                                                                                            for the Victory Bell against longtime rival Miami (OH) University, the defending Mid-American Conference Champions. The Bearcats
*-BIG EAST game; Home games in BOLD CAPS, played at Nippert Stadium unless                                  are 3-1 on the season with wins over Austin Peay, Akron and NC State. Miami is 0-3, falling to Missouri, Minnesota and Bowling Green.
otherwise noted. ^-Paul Brown Stadium. All times eastern.

                            COACHING STAFF                                                              ThE SERIES
                                                                                                         f Saturday marks the 116th time the two schools will meet in the oldest NCAA FBS non-conference rivalry. Miami (OH) leads the all-
BUTCh JONES (SL) ............................................................Head Coach                      time series 59-49-7 but UC has won five-straight games, including 45-3 in a year ago inside Nippert Stadium. Isaiah Pead ran for 197
KERRY COOMBS (SL) ................ Assoc. HC/Special Teams Coord./DB                                         yards and a touchdown, Zach Collaros was 14-of-17 for 216 yards and three touchdowns while DJ Woods had five catches for 54 yards.
STEVE STRIPLING (SL)..................................Asst. HC/Defensive Line
MIKE BAJAKIAN (PB) ...............................Offensive Coordinator/QB                              ThE COAChES
TIM BANKS (PB) ................................ Co-Defensive Coordinator/DB                              f BUTCH JONES is in his second season at the helm of the UC program and is 7-9. Jones most recently led Central Michigan University
JOhN JANCEK (SL) ..............................Co-Defensive Coordinator/LB                                   to a pair of Mid-American Conference Championships and three-straight bowl appearances. He holds a 34-22 overall record and a
MARK ELDER (PB) ......................................................Running Backs                          21-8 mark in league games.
DAVE JOhNSON (SL) .......................................................... Tight Ends
DON MAhONEY (SL) ....................................................Offensive Line                        f     DON TREADWELL, a former UC assistant, is in his first season as the head coach at Miami (OH). He has a career mark of 0-3. The 1982
T.J. WEIST (SL) ...........................................................Wide Receivers                        Miami (OH) grad spent the previous four seasons as the offensive coordinator for former UC head coach Mark Dantonio at Michigan
                                   ON THE AIR                                                                    State. Treadwell, the sixth RedHawks alum to hold the job, was a wideout for Miami from 1978-81.
TELEVISION                                                                                     ESPN3                                                                   STREAKS, STORYLINES, SIDEBARS ...
TBA ................................................................................ Play-By-Play          f     The University of Cincinnati, one of the five oldest football                                                         f      UC’s eight interceptions, which ties its total number of picks in 2010,
TBA ..........................................................................................Analyst            programs in college football, is in its 124th football season with an                                                        ranks tied for third in the FBS.
                                                                                                                 all-time record of 554-551-51 (.502).                                                                                 f      UC enters the week leading the BIG EAST in scoring offense (49.5),
RADIO                                                                        WLW (700 AM)                  f     Head coach Butch Jones is in his second season at the helm of the                                                            rushing offense (239.2), interceptions (8), punting (47.6), net
Dan Hoard..................................................................... Play-By-Play                      program, returning 16 starters, including nine on defense.                                                                   punting (44.7), sacks against (0.8), third down conversions (52.1 %),
Jim Kelly Jr..............................................................................Analyst          f     UC also brought back the BIG EAST Conference’s top retuning passer                                                           turnover margin (+14/3.5) and red zone offense (95.7 %).
Tom Gelehrter .......................................................................Sideline                    (Zach Collaros), rusher (Isaiah Pead), tackler (JK Schaffer) and                                                      f      The UC defense limited N.C. State to minus-26 yards rushing. It was
Mo Egger.....................................................................Host/Engineer                       leader in all-purpose yards and receptions (DJ Woods) along with                                                             the third-lowest rushing total for a UC opponent in school history and
                                                                                                                 51 letterwinners from the 2010 squad.                                                                                        the fewest since allowing minus-37 yards to Wichita State in 1974.
                                                                                                           f     The Bearcats scored an NCAA FBS high 72 points in its season-                                                         f      KR Ralph David Abernathy IV is off to a good start, leading the BIG
               SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS                                                                             opening win over Austin Peay. The 72 points were the most for any                                                            EAST with a 24.9 yards per return average. His long return of 60
DOUG MOSLEY..........Assoc. AD/External & Media Communications                                                   UC team in the modern era.                                                                                                   yards came against Austin Peay.
   Phone (O/C): ....................................513-556-0667/318-366-8734                              f     The Miami-Cincinnati series ranks fifth on the list of most-played                                                    f      RB Isaiah Pead rushed for a season-high 167 yards at Tennessee.
   Email: ........................................................Doug.Mosley@uc.edu                             rivalries in college football and is the oldest rivalry west of the                                                          He is averaging 7.9 yards per carry, a mark that leads the BIG EAST.
RYAN KOSLEN.....................Assoc. Sports Communications Director                                            Allegheny Mountains. The teams play annually for the Victory Bell,                                                    f      Pead has scored UC’s first touchdown in each of the first four games
   Phone (C): .................................................................513-497-3132                      painted red and black on one side and red and white on the other.                                                            with all four scores coming on the ground.
   Email: .........................................................Ryan.Koslen@uc.edu                      f     Through four games in 2011, the Bearcats sit at an NCAA FBS best                                                      f      DT Derek Wolfe leads the BIG EAST Conference with four sacks (1.0 spg).
   Web: ................................................................. GoBEARCATS.com                         +14 (3.5 tpg) in turnover margin after finishing -15 a year ago.                                                      f      QB Zach Collaros (5,122) recently became the fifth UC signal caller to
                                                                                                           f     UC is tied with Vanderbilt for the NCAA FBS lead in turnovers gained                                                         crack the 5,000-passing yards plateau.
   Press Box Phone: .....................................................513-556-1010
                                                                                                                 with 16. UC’s number of TOs gained in 2010 was 13.                                                                    f      LB Greg Blair, who was in training camp, has rejoined the team.
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MEDIA SCHEDULE • WEEK 5
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MONDAY                                       TUESDAY                                      WEDNESDAY                      ThURSDAY                        FRIDAY                       SATURDAY                           SUNDAY
BIG EAST Teleconference                      Press Conference                             Practice                       No Availability                No Availability               Gameday                            TV Replay
12:10 p.m. - Jones on call                   11:30-1 p.m. (Goin Room)                     3-5 p.m. (Sheakley)                                                                         UC at Miami (OH)                   11 p.m. - FOX Sports Ohio
                                                                                          5 p.m. - Interviews                                                                         1 p.m. - ESPN3
                                             Practice
                                             3-5 p.m. (Sheakley)                          Radio Show                                                                                  Post Game
                                             5 p.m. - Interviews                          8-9 p.m. (Montgomery Inn)                                                                   Coach Jones is available in the
                                                                                                                                                                                      press conference room.

                                                                                                                                                                                      Players will follow Coach Jones.

SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS                                                                                MEDIA CREDENTIALS                                                      year players, including freshmen and transfers, will be made
Richard E. Lindner Center • Suite 860                                                                Requests for official working media credentials should be directed     available to the media only after they have made a significant
2751 O’Varsity Way • Cincinnati, OH 45221-0021                                                       to the UC Sports Communications Office. All credential requests        contribution or at the coach’s discretion.
                                                                                                     should be received no later than noon, two days prior to the
SID Phone ....................................................................... 513-556-5191       game. For more information, contact UC Sports Communications           WEB VIDEO CONTENT
Fax.................................................................................. 513-556-0619   at 513.556.5191. Season credentials will be available for pickup       Per UC’s multimedia contract with IMG College, UC coaches,
Press Box Phone (Nippert) ...........................................513-556-1010                    prior to the first game. No credentials will be mailed after Tuesday   players, and administrators are not permitted to take part in one-
Press Box Phone (Paul Brown)....................................513-455-4860                         preceding the game. Thereafter, credentials may be picked up on        on-one interviews or feature stories that will be made available
Website...................................................................GoBEARCATS.com             gameday at the media will call located on the west side of Fifth       exclusively for internet distribution.
Twitter ........................................................................ @GoBEARCATS         Third Arena at the ticket windows.
                                                                                                                                                                            INTERNET POLICIES
Doug Mosley....................Assoc. Athletic Director/Football Contact                             GOING GREEN                                                            Live updating of websites, blogs and social network feeds is not
      318-366-8734 ...................................... Doug.Mosley@uc.edu                         Starting with the 2010 season, the University of Cincinnati no         allowed during practices.
                                                                                                     longer prints media guides. Complete information, including a
Ryan Koslen..............................Associate Director/Football Contact                         record book/media supplement will be made available on the             BIG EAST TELECONFERENCE
      513-497-3132 ........................................ Ryan.Koslen@uc.edu                       football page at www.GoBEARCATS.com.                                   Coach Jones will participate in the BIG EAST Conference’s weekly
                                                                                                                                                                            football coaches media teleconference each Monday, beginning
Jeremy Martin .......................................................Associate Director              ON ThE WEB                                                             Aug. 29 and running through Nov. 29. Coach Jones’s time slot
      513-519-9792 .....................................Jeremy.Martin@uc.edu                         Information on the University of Cincinnati football team is           is scheduled for Noon ET. Interested media may access the
                                                                                                     available at www.GoBEARCATS.com. To receive the UC updates             teleconference by calling John Paquette or Chuck Sullivan at
Katie Baran .............................................................Assistant Director          via email, please send a request to Ryan Koslen (ryan.koslen@          the BIG EAST Conference for more details. For those who are not
       513-378-9712 ..........................................Katie.Baran@uc.edu                     uc.edu). Information on the BIG EAST Conference and all member         able to participate during the live teleconference, an archive of
                                                                                                     institutions is also available through the BIG EAST web site at        Monday’s call will be available on the BIG EAST Web site at www.
Andre Foushee .......................................................Assistant Director              www.BIGEAST.org.                                                       BIGEAST.org.
      859-797-7871 ....................................Andre.Foushee@uc.edu
                                                                                                     UC WEEKLY MEDIA LUNChEON                                               The call begins promptly at 11 a.m., with the order of schools as
Jeff Geiser ...............................................................Assistant Director        The Bearcats hold a weekly media luncheon each Tuesday in the          follows:
       513-235-3446 ...........................................Jeff.Geiser@uc.edu                    second floor Bob Goin Team Room of Richard E. Lindner Center.                   f 11 a.m.           Greg Schiano, Rutgers
                                                                                                     Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m., selected players are available for               f 11:10 a.m.        Charlie Strong, Louisville
Megan Henderson.......................Sports Communications Assistant                                one-on-one interviews from 11:45-12:15, and head coach Butch                    f 11:20 a.m.        Todd Graham, Pittsburgh
     513-328-7475 .............................. Megan.Henderson@uc.edu                              Jones takes the podium at 12:15.                                                f 11:30 a.m.        Dana Holgerson, West Virginia
                                                                                                                                                                                     f 11:40 a.m.        Paul Pasqualoni, Connecticut
Tom Gelehrter ........................ Director, New Media & Broadcasting                            PRACTICES                                                                       f 11:50 a.m.        Doug Marrone, Syracuse
      513-502-0113 .....................................Tom.Gelehrter@uc.edu                         During a typical Saturday game week, media may interview                        f Noon              Skip Holtz, USF
                                                                                                     players and coaches immediately following practice on either                    f 12:10 p.m.        Butch Jones, Cincinnati
BIG EAST CONFERENCE                                                                                  Tuesday or Wednesday. Practice is generally closed to the
15 Park Row West, Providence, RI 02903 • www.BIGEAST.org                                             public. Anyone hoping to observe practice should contact UC
                                                                                                     Sports Communications in advance. Failure to do so may result
John Pauquette .......................................... Associate Commissioner                     in an individual’s removal from the venue. During regular-
      401-453-0660 ...................................jpaquette@bigeast.org                          season practices, unless otherwise noted, still and television
                                                                                                     photographers will be allowed to shoot stretching, warm ups and
Chuck Sullivan ......................................Director of Communications                      the first 20 minutes (four periods). At the conclusion of practice,
      401-453-0660 .....................................csullivan@bigeast.org                        head coach Butch Jones will address the media on the field. First-




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                          SERIES BUSINESS                                                         UC-MIAMI TIES                                                                f    Of the more than 30 rivalries that include at least 89 games,
                                                                                                   f RedHawks head coach Don Treadwell had two stints at                            none are older than Miami vs. Cincinnati.
MIAMI (Oh)
Series Record.....................................................Miami leads 59-49-7                 Cincinnati, serving as the WR coach in 1994 and the offensive
                                                                                                      coordinator from 2004-06.                                                     NCAA FBS MOST-PLAYED RIVALRIES
At Cincinnati ...................................................... Miami leads 43-39-5
                                                                                                   f DL coach Nick Siatras was a staff assistant at UC in 2006                      GP       Teams                              Record      Began
At Oxford...............................................................Miami leads 14-8-2
                                                                                                      and served as the Bearcats interim DL coach for the 2007                      120      Minnesota-Wisconsin                59-53-8      1890
At Neutral Sites .................................................................... Tied, 2-2
                                                                                                      International Bowl.                                                           118      Missouri-Kansas                    56-54-9       1891
Most UC points .................................................... 52 (UC 52-42, 1999)
                                                                                                   f RB coach Mark Spencer was a video intern at UC from 2003-04.                   117      Nebraska-Kansas                    91-23-3       1892
Most Miami points..............................................44 (MU 44-16, 2005)
                                                                                                                                                                                    116      Texas-Texas A&M                    75-37-5       1888
Combined points...................................................... 94 (52-42, 1999)
                                                                                                  UC AND ThE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE ...                                            115      Cincinnati-Miami                   49-59-7       1888
Biggest UC win ...........................................................46 (46-0, 1904)
Biggest Miami win ......................................................40 (40-0, 1917)            f UC was a founding member of the Mid-American Conference,
                                                                                                      and was part of the league from 1947-1952.                          TURNING ThEM OVER
Current streak................................................................Cincinnati – 5
                                                                                                   f UC has won eight-straight games over MAC foes.                        f UC is tied with Vanderbilt for the NCAA FBS lead in turnovers

                                                                                                   f Removing Miami, UC is 46-42-5 all-time against the MAC.                  gained with 16. UC’s number of TOs gained in 2010 was 13.
LAST 20 MEETINGS
                                                                                                                                                                           f The Bearcats are +14 overall in turnover margin and are
Game-by-Game Breakdown
                                                                                                  NOTING ThE UC-MIAMI RIVALRY                                                 averaging an NCAA FBS best 3.5 turnovers per game.
 Year            Site                                      Score        Winner
                                                                                                   f The Miami-Cincinnati Victory Bell is the oldest non-                  f UC’s eight interceptions, which ties its total number of picks in
1991             Cincinnati                                22-9            MU
                                                                                                      conference college football rivalry in the United States,               2010, ranks tied for third in the FBS.
1992             Oxford                                    17-14           MU
1993             Cincinnati                                30-23            UC                        meeting for the 116th time this season.
                                                                                                   f The first meeting, on Dec. 8, 1888 in Oxford, was the first          WhAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES
1994             Oxford                                    17-17           Tie
                                                                                                      collegiate football game played in the State of Ohio.                f Through four games in 2011, the Bearcats sit at an NCAA FBS
1995             Oxford                                    23-16           MU
                                                                                                   f The original bell hung in Miami’s Harrison Hall near the site           best +14 (3.5 tpg) in turnover margin.
1996             Cincinnati                                30-23 (3 OT)     UC
                                                                                                      of the first game and was used to ring in Miami victories.           f In 2010, UC did not have its 13th takeaway until the season
1997             Oxford                                    34-31 (2 OT)    MU
                                                                                                   f The traveling trophy tradition began in the 1890’s when                 finale against Pittsburgh on Dec. 4, 2010 and only had 14
1998             Cincinnati                                41-0            MU
                                                                                                      some Cincinnati fans “borrowed” the bell.                              takeaways the entire season.
1999             Oxford                                    52-42            UC
                                                                                                   f The bell went to the winner of the annual game for the next           f UC’s turnover struggles of a year ago have been well
2000             Cincinnati                                45-15            UC
                                                                                                      40 years until it disappeared in the 1930’s.                           documented with 14 fumbles lost and 15 interceptions thrown.
2001             Oxford                                    21-14           MU
                                                                                                   f The original bell reappeared in 1946 and is used to ring in           f UC’s interceptions (8) and sacks (27) from 2010 were its lowest
2002             Cincinnati                                31-26           MU
                                                                                                      Miami scores.                                                          totals since 2005 (7 interceptions, 24 sacks).
2003             Oxford                                    42-37           MU
2004             Cincinnati                                45-26            UC                     f The current trophy is a replica of the original bell and is kept
                                                                                                      in the possession of the winning team each year.                    BUTCh JONES COAChED TEAMS & TURNOVER MARGIN
2005             Oxford                                    44-16           MU
                                                                                                   f One side of the bell is painted red and black and shows              YEAR FUM GAINED INTS GAINED FUM LOST INTS MARGIN
2006             Cincinnati                                24-10            UC
                                                                                                      Cincinnati’s victories, while the other side is red and white       2011 (UC) 8              8           1       1 +14
2007             Oxford                                    47-10            UC
                                                                                                      and shows Miami’s victories.                                        2010 (UC) 6              8          14      15 -15
2008             Cincinnati                                45-20            UC
                                                                                                   f The Miami-Cincinnati series ranks fifth on the list of most-         2009 (CMU) 9            11           6      9   +5
2009             Oxford                                    37-13            UC
                                                                                                      played rivalries in college football and is the oldest rivalry      2008 (CMU) 8             8           4       8  +4
2010             Cincinnati                                45-3             UC
                                                                                                      west of the Allegheny Mountains.                                    2007 (CMU) 12           18          10      14  +6

                                                                                                                                             TEAM STATISTICAL COMPARISON
                          MITCH’S MISSION
                                                                                                  CINCINNATI (3-1)                                 MIAMI (Oh) (0-3)
  f    The Bearcats adopted Mitch Stone, a 13-year old brain cancer                               Team Statistics                 UC       OPP     Team Statistics                MU          OPP
       patient, through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation in 2009.                                 Points/Game                   49.5       20.8    Points/Game                    17.3         27.7
  f    Mitch, a Cincinnati native who attends Nagel Middle School,                                First Downs                    198          83   First Downs                     55           48
       was diagnosed with a primitive neuroectodermal brain                                       Rushing/Game                 239.2       89.2    Rushing/Game                  66.3        175.0              ®




       tumor (PNET) in Feb. 2009.                                                                 Passing/Game                  211.2     280.5    Passing/Game                 261.3        158.3    NCAA TEAM RANKINGS
  f    He underwent surgery to remove the tumor, four bouts of                                    Total Offense/Game           450.5      369.8    Total Offense/Game           327.7        333.3    Category                        UC      MU
       chemotherapy, and 31 radiation treatments.                                                 Fumbles-Lost                    5-1      10-8    Fumbles-Lost                   4-2           2-1   Rushing Offense                 16       118
  f    Mitch has been cancer free since November of 2009.                                         Pen.-Yds/Game              14/35.8    30/59.8    Pen.-Yds/Game              12/24.7      16/46.0    Passing Offense                 74       40
  f    The Stone family has dubbed his battle Mitch’s Mission.                                    Time of Possession           28:19       31:41   Time of Possession           28:52        31:08    Total Offense                   29      100
  f    Mitch has attended numerous games and practices, and has                                                                                                                                       Scoring Offense                   4     105
                                                                                                  INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                               INDIVIDUAL LEADERS                                 Rushing Defense                 22       84
       led the team out of the tunnel on three occasions.
                                                                                                  RUSHING       Att Net Avg TD             YPG     RUSHING       Att Net Avg TD               YPG     Pass Efficiency Defense         98       94
  f    Student-athletes, coaches, and support staff wear red white                                Pead          54 424 7.9 5              106.0    Finklea        43 150 3.5 3                50.0    Total Defense                   67        38
       and blue wrist bands that say ‘Mitch’s Mission.’                                           Poteat        20 103 5.2 1               25.8    Scott           4  16 4.0 0                 5.3    Scoring Defense                 39        78
  f    UC was the first NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision team to                                                                                                                                        Net Punting                       2      119
       adopt a child through FOJ.                                                                 PASSING            C-A-I Pct. TD YPG             PASSING            C-A-I Pct. TD YPG               Punt Returns                    54      104
  f    In December of 2009, Mitch started ‘Mitch’s Mission’, a non-                               Collaros        68-103-1 66.0 9 196.0            Dysert          78-126-4 61.9 2 261.3              Kickoff Returns                 77         11
       profit organization that raises funds to send children with                                                                                                                                    Turnover Margin                   1   t-100
       cancer and blood diseases to summer camp.                                                  RECEIVING    Rec     Yds Avg TD          YPG     RECEIVING    Rec     Yds Avg TD YPG                Pass Defense                   110        12
  f    For more information, visit www.MitchsMission.com.                                         Woods         21     254 12.1 1          63.5    Harwell       20     301 15.1 0 150.5              Passing Efficiency              27       99
                                                                                                  McClung       17     217 12.8 3          54.2    Givens        16     185 11.6 1 61.7               Sacks                         t-23     t-48
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Tackles For A Loss               13       13
                                                                                                  DEFENSE          U-A-TT       TFL Int. PBU       DEFENSE          U-A-TT       TFL Int. PBU         Sacks Allowed                    17      112
                                                                                                  Schaffer        10-18-28      1.0    3   3       Kokal           10-12-22       1.5 0     0
                                                                                                  Cheatham         16-7-23      0.0    1   1       Hinkel           11-9-20      0.0 0      0

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GIVE hIM ThE BALL                                                      f   UC moved to 4-1 in ESPN Thursday Night primetime games.                 BREAKING DOWN THE RECORD
  f RB Isaiah Pead is leading all BIG EAST backs with a 7.9 yards
                                                                                                                                          f Below are the records and streaks for Cincinnati
     per carry average. He is averaging 106.0 yards per game.         GOING STREAKING
  f He has rushed 54 times for 424 yards and 5 touchdowns.              f UC has won 21 consecutive home non-conference games at
                                                                                                                                                                 2011      STREAK          SINCE 2007
  f He has two 100-yard rushing games this season, including a             Nippert Stadium, dating back to a three-overtime, 30-24 win
                                                                                                                                        Overall                    3-1         W2                 41-17
     season-high 167 yards against NC State.                               over Temple on Sept. 20, 2003.
                                                                                                                                        Home                      3-0          W3                  22-6
  f Pead ranks second among active NCAA players with a career
                                                                                                                                        Road/Neut.                 0-1          L3                 19-11
     average of 6.78 yards per carry.                                 YOU GIVETh, WE TAKETh
                                                                                                                                        BIG EAST                  0-0           L1                 19-9
  f If his current career average of 6.78 ypc holds up, Pead would      f Against NC State, UC recorded three takeaways (two
                                                                                                                                        BIG EAST Home             0-0           L1                  9-5
     claim UC’s all-time lead over Roger Stephens (1946-48/6.65).          interceptions and a fumble recovery) to increase its season
                                                                                                                                        BIG EAST Road             0-0           L2                 10-4
                                                                           takeaway numbers to eight interceptions and eight fumble
ACTIVE NCAA LEADERS - YARD PER CARRY                                       recoveries.                                                    AROUND THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE
     # Name, School                   Car.      Yds.   TDs   YPC        f Its turnover margin improved to plus-14.
                                                                                                                                                                 2011 STANDINGS
     1. Jeff Demps, Florida           303      2,221    21    7.33      f UC leads the nation in turnover margin and tied for the lead
                                                                                                                                                                  BIG EAST                OVERALL
     2. Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati       362      2,453   20    6.78          in takeaways with Vanderbilt.
                                                                                                                                        USF                    0-0       .000        4-0         1.000
     3. LaMichael James, Oregon       589      3,890    42   6.60                                                                       Cincinnati             0-0       .000         3-1         .750
     4. Denard Robinson, Michigan 388          2,559    24   6.60     OPPORTUNISTIC DEFENSE                                             Syracuse               0-0       .000         3-1          .750
     5. Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St. 360      2,138    25   5.94       f The Bearcats had two interceptions against N.C. State in the
                                                                                                                                        West Virginia          0-0       .000         3-1          .750
                                                                           first quarter to move their season tally to eight, matching Louisville              0-0       .000         2-1          .667
FIRST TIME’S ThE ChARM                                                     their total for the entire 2010 campaign.                    Rutgers                0-0       .000         2-1          .667
  f Isaiah Pead has scored on his first carry in two of UC’s first                                                                      Connecticut            0-0       .000        2-2          .500
     three games. Pead had a 40-yard touchdown run in the             TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MISCUES                                       Pittsburgh             0-0       .000        2-2          .500
     season-opener against Austin Peay and broke free for a 65-         f In a season-long trend, UC continues to take advantage of
     yard touchdown against Tennessee.                                     opponent turnovers.                                          BIG EAST COMPOSITE SChEDULE
  f He added a 1-yard TD scamper on UC’s first drive against            f UC has scored 87 points off 15 opponent turnovers (12 Thursday, September 29
     Akron, giving him three scores in three games on the ground           touchdowns and one field goal) this season.                  USF at PITTSBURGH                                    8 p.m., ESPN
     on the Bearcats’ opening drives.                                   f UC has scored on 13 of 16 forced turnovers.

                                                                                                                                        Saturday, October 1
ThE BEST OFFENSE                                                      NIPPERT DOMINANCE                                                 RUTGERS at SYRACUSE                      Noon, BIG EAST Network
 f Cincinnati scored three defensive touchdowns in the                  f The Bearcats have outscored their opponents 175-38 at Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio)                             1 p.m., ESPN3.com
     Bearcats’ 59-14 win against Akron, finding the end zone on            Nippert Stadium this season.                                 Western Michigan at Connecticut 3:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network
     two interception returns and a fumble return.                      f UC also has outscored its opponents 48-0 in the first quarter Marshall at Louisville               3:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network
 f After a forced fumble by Derek Wolfe, Maalik Bomar scooped              and 114-7 in the first half at home.                         Bowling Green at West Virginia       3:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network
     the ball and returned it 54 yards for the score with 8:21 left
     in the first quarter.                                            SPEAKING OF NIPPERT                                                   Saturday, October 8
 f On the first play of the second quarter, Dominique Battle           f Following the 44-14 win over NC State inside Nippert Stadium       CONNECTICUT at WEST VIRGINIA         Noon, BIG EAST Network
     returned an interception 36 yards for a TD and Camerron              on Sept. 22, UC will go for 71 days without playing at Nippert.   Syracuse at Tulane                     8 p.m., Cox Louisiana
     Cheatham added a 53-yard pick six with 1:41 left in the first     f UC’s next two home games against Louisville (10/15) and            Louisville at North Carolina
     half to complete the touchdown trifecta.                             West Virginia (11/12) will take place at Paul Brown Stadium.      PITTSBURGH at RUTGERS
 f It marked UC’s first fumble recovery ran for a touchdown
     since Angelo Craig returned a fumble recovery 16 yards for       hERE’S WhERE A NEGATIVE IS A POSITIVE                                 Saturday, October 15
     a score at Syracuse on Nov. 24, 2007.                             f The UC defense limited N.C. State to minus-26 yards rushing        LOUISVILLE at CINCINNATI 1
 f It also marked UC’s first defensive touchdown since Brandon            Thursday. It was the third-lowest rushing total for a UC          USF at CONNECTICUT
     Underwood returned an interception 20 yards for a score at           opponent in school history and the fewest since allowing          Utah at Pittsburgh
     Hawaii on Dec. 6, 2008.                                              minus-37 yards to Wichita State in 1974.                          Navy at Rutgers
 f It was the first time UC had two intereception returns for          f The UC defense also recorded a season-high 17 tackles for
     touchdowns since a game against Memphis in 1998.                     loss to go along with five sacks.                                 Friday, October 21
 f Cincinnati is the first BIG EAST team to score three defensive                                                                           RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE                    8 p.m., ESPN/ESPN2
     touchdowns since Miami did it in a 41-10 win against West        EARLY GROUND SUCCESS                                                  WEST VIRGINIA at SYRACUSE                8 p.m., ESPN/ESPN2
     Virginia Sept. 23, 2000.                                          f UC scored on its second drive of the NC State game to take a
                                                                          7-0 lead when running back Isaiah Pead ran for a two-yard         Saturday, October 22
ATOP ThE LEDGER                                                           touchdown at 8:39 in the first quarter.                           CINCINNATI at USF                    Noon, BIG EAST Network
  f UC enters the week leading the BIG EAST in scoring offense         f It marked the fourth consecutive game Pead has scored
     (49.5), rushing offense (239.2), interceptions (8), punting          the Bearcats first touchdown of the game – all rushing            Wednesday, October 26
     (47.6), net punting (44.7), sacks against (0.8), third down          touchdowns.                                                       CONNECTICUT at PITTSBURGH                       8 p.m., ESPN
     conversions (52.1 %), turnover margin (+14/3.5) and red zone      f The run was Pead’s fifth rushing touchdown of the season
     offense (95.7 %).                                                    and the 20th of his career.                                       Saturday, October 29
                                                                                                                                            SYRACUSE at LOUISVILLE
NIPPERT STADIUM - IN 3D                                               INTO ThE TOP-10                                                       WEST VIRGINIA at RUTGERS
 f The UC-NC State game was a part of Blackout night at Nippert         f DT Derek Wolfe recorded his 14th career sack at the 7:45 mark
    Stadium and was televised by ESPN and ESPN3D.                          of the first quarter against NC State to move into a tie for
 f It marked the first football game in BIG EAST Conference                10th on UC’s career sacks list with Errol Cleveland (1981-83).
    history televised on ESPN3D.                                        f Wolfe leads the BIG EAST with four sacks (1.0 spg).

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              BIG EAST/NCAA RANKINGS                     DUAL-ThREAT QUARTERBACK                                                   f   He has six field goals on the season and has made 21
                                                          f UC quarterback Zach Collaros completed 25-of-34 pass                       consecutive extra-point attempts.
Category                   Actual    NCAA    BIG EAST
Rushing Offense             239.3       16          1        attempts for 263 yards and two touchdowns against NC                  f   He converted a career-long 48-yard field goal at 12:51 in the
Passing Offense              211.3      74          7        State while also running for a season-high 52 yards and two               third quarter.
Total Offense               450.5       29          3        touchdowns.
Scoring Offense              49.5        4          1     f Collaros’ two rushing TDs against the Wolfpack – a 14-yard            I DUB ThEE ThUNDERFOOT
Rushing Defense              89.3       22          4        run at 4:07 in the first quarter and a 10-yard run at 11:52 in the     f UC punter Pat O’Donnell booted the second-longest punt in
Pass Efficiency Defense     142.7       98          8        second quarter, gave him 11 for his career.                               school history when he kicked a 76-yard punt at 11:39 in the
Total Defense               369.8       67          6
                                                          f It marked the third-time during his career he has recorded                 first quarter of the NC State game.
Scoring Defense              20.8       39          5
Net Punting                  44.7        2          1
                                                             two rushing touchdowns in a game (Connecticut on Nov. 7,               f It was two yards shy of tying the school record of 78 yards,

Punt Returns                  8.9       54          2        2009 and at South Florida on Oct. 15, 2009).                              held by Mike Connell against Louisiana-Lafayette in 1976.
Kickoff Returns              20.7       77          5     f Collaros’ 263 passing yards moved his career total to 5,122             f O’Donnell finished with three punts for 179 yards and a 59.7
Turnover Margin                3.5       1          1        yards moving him into fourth place on UC’s all-time charts.               yard average. Two of his punts were downed inside the 20-
Pass Defense                280.5      110          7     f The senior moved past Tony Pike (5,018 yards/2007-09) and                  yard line.
Passing Efficiency          154.7       27          2        Greg Cook (4,906 yards/1966-68).                                       f UC leads the BIG EAST and ranks second in the NCAA FBS with
Sacks                         2.8     t-23          5     f He had his first interception of the season with UC driving                a 44.7 yard net punting average.
Tackles For A Loss            8.0       13          5
                                                             inside the Wolfpack red zone in the second quarter. It was             f O’Donnell has also taken over the kickoff duties, helping UC
Sacks Allowed                 0.8       17          1
                                                             Collaros’ first interception in 86 pass attempts this season.             rank second in the BIG EAST in kickoff coverage with a kick
RUShING                                                                                                                                average of 64.7 yards and a net coverage average of 45.6
Isaiah Pead                 106.0      22           2    PASSING 5,000 YARDS                                                           yards.
Jameel Poteat                25.8       -          12     f With his 263-yard performance against NC State, QB Zach
Zach Collaros                23.3       -          13         Collaros became only the fifth UC QB to throw for 5,000 or          ThE MAN IN ThE MIDDLE
George Winn                   17.8      -          15         more yards, joining Geno Guidugli (11,453), Danny McCoin             f LB JK Schaffer led all Bearcats with nine total tackles against
                                                              (6,801), Deontey Kenner (6,278) and Tony Pike (5,018).                   NC State.
PASSING EFFICIENCY
                                                          f He sits with 45 passing TDs for his career, moving him into            f He also picked off a Mike Glennon pass with 59 seconds left
Zach Collaros              156.85      23           2
                                                              third-place all-time in the record books. He needs six TD                in the first quarter.
TOTAL OFFENSE                                                 passes to move past Tony Pike (50) for second place all-time.        f It was Schaffer’s third interception of the season and seventh

Zach Collaros               219.3      63           4     f He needs 113 completions and five touchdowns to become only                of his career.
Isaiah Pead                 106.0       -          10         the second QB in UC history, along with Guidugli, to pass for 50     f He leads the BIG EAST averaging 1.5 passes defended per
                                                              touchdowns, complete 500 passes and throw for 5,000 yards.               game and ranks second in interceptions (0.8).
RECEPTIONS PER GAME
DJ Woods                      5.3     t-64        t-7    A GOOD NIGhT’S WORK FOR PEAD                                             SETTING ThE TABLE
Anthony McClung               4.3        -       t-10
                                                           f Isaiah Pead rushed 27 times for 167 yards and caught a                 f WR Ralph David Abernathy IV, a true freshman, returned the
Kenbrell Thompkins            3.5        -         15
                                                             touchdown pass against the Wolfpack.                                      season’s opening kickoff 60 yards in his first-career return.
RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME                                   f Earned his second 100-yard rushing performance of the                  f In 2010, UC did not have a kickoff return of more than 40

DJ Woods                     63.5       91           7       season and the seventh of his career.                                     yards until the 10th game of the season and did not record a
Anthony McClung              54.3        -          11     f Caught a 25-yard touchdown reception from Collaros at 7:16                return of 50 yards or more.
Kenbrell Thompkins           44.0        -       t-14        in the third quarter to give the Bearcats a 34-7 lead. It was          f He leads the BIG EAST and ranks 43rd nationally with a 24.9
                                                             Pead’s first touchdown reception of the season and the                    yards per return average.
INTERCEPTIONS                                                fourth of his career.
JK Schaffer                   0.8      t-7          2
                                                           f In two games against BCS AQ conference opponents Pead                KEEP AN EYE ON ThIS ONE
Dominique Battle              0.3     t-71        t-7
                                                             has total 322 yards on 41 carries for an average of 7.9 yards         f RB Jameel Poteat earned his first career rushing touchdown,

KICKOFF RETURNS                                              per run.                                                                  a seven-yard run, at 14:26 in the fourth quarter against
Ralph David Abernathy IV     24.9      43            1                                                                                 Akron, to give UC a 59-0 lead.
                                                         TOPPING ThE CATCh ChARTS                                                  f Poteat recorded 10 rushes for 55 yards - both career highs -
FIELD GOALS                                               f WR DJ Woods has played in several spots this year, moving                  including his first collegiate touchdown, a seven-yard run, at
Tony Miliano                   1.5    t-23        t-4        around to maximize his effectiveness.                                     14:26 in the fourth quarter.
                                                          f He has averaged 5.2 receptions per game and 63.5 receiving
SCORING
                                                             yards per game, both leading all UC receivers and ranking            FREShMAN MAKING hIS MARK
Tony Miliano                  9.8     t-34        t-3
Isaiah Pead                   9.0     t-43        t-5
                                                             seventh in the BIG EAST.                                               f LB Clemente Casseus led the Bearcats defense against Akron
                                                          f He had a season-high 111 yards on nine catches at Tennessee.              with a career-best five tackles, including one tackle for loss.
ALL-PURPOSE RUNNERS                                                                                                                 f The true freshman walk on joined UC in early August and
Isaiah Pead                  118.3    t-81          4    OPENING DRIVE SUCCESS                                                        earned his spot during training camp.
DJ Woods                     78.0        -         14     f Complimenting D.J. Woods, WRs Anthony McClung and
                                                             Kenbrell Thompkins each registered career-high receiving-            CATChING TDs
SACKS                                                        yard totals against NC State.                                         f TE Adrian Robinson caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from
Derek Wolfe                   1.0      t-6        t-1
                                                          f McClung caught six receptions for 94 yards while Thompkins                 QB Zach Collaros with 7:56 remaining in the second quarter
Brandon Mills                 0.7     t-53        10
                                                             hauled in five receptions for 72 yards.                                   against Akron.
TACKLES                                                                                                                            f It marked the second consecutive week the tight end has

JK Schaffer                   7.0        -        t-11   ON ThE JOB TRAINING                                                           recorded a touchdown reception. He caught a 13-yard TD pass
                                                          f Placekicker Tony Miliano converted a single-game high three                from Collaros in the first quarter at Tennessee.
TACKLES FOR LOSS                                             field goals and made all five PATs against the Wolfpack.
Derek Wolfe                    1.4    t-32        t-5

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ChEAThAM IMPACTFUL                                                     LOOKING BACK AT ROCKY TOP                                                                                 BEARCATS IN THE NFL
 f DB Camerron Cheatham earned his first interception of the             f The attendance at Neyland Stadium was 94,207, marking the
                                                                                                                                                              With the NFL season nearly underway, the following 12 former
    season and the second of his career against Akron when he              largest crowd UC has played in front of since playing in front of
                                                                                                                                                              Bearcats are on NFL rosters:
    picked off a Clayton Moore pass and returned it 53 yards for a         84.476 at Oklahoma on Sept. 6, 2008.
    touchdown at 1:41 in the second quarter.                             f Dominique Battle started at defensive back instead of Deven
                                                                                                                                                              NAME                                                                       TEAM (YEARS)
 f At Tennessee, Cheatham finished with a career best nine                 Drane. It was Battle’s first appearance of the 2011 season and
                                                                                                                                                              Connor Barwin ..................................................... Houston Texans (3)
    tackles and he ranks second on the team and first among the            his first start since suffering a season-ending knee injury
                                                                                                                                                              Armon Binns...............................................Cincinnati Bengals (PS/R)
    UC defensive backs with 23 stops this season.                          against Oklahoma on Sept. 25, 2010.
                                                                                                                                                              Brent Celek .....................................................Philadelphia Eagles (5)
                                                                         f RB Isaiah Pead carried five times in the first quarter for 104
                                                                                                                                                              Trent Cole ........................................................Philadelphia Eagles (7)
DRANE COMING ON                                                            yards and a touchdown, an average of 20.8 yards per carry.
                                                                                                                                                              Ben Guidugli..................................................... St. Louis Rams (PS/R)
 f DB Deven Drane earned his first career interception against           f QB Zach Collaros completed his first six passes of the game.
                                                                                                                                                              Kevin Huber......................................................Cincinnati Bengals (2)
    Akron after picking off a Clayton Moore pass at 10:38 in the         f Collaros completed a 13-yard touchdown pass to TE Adrien
                                                                                                                                                              Jason Kelce .................................................... Philadelphia Eagles (R)
    third quarter.                                                         Robinson. It was Robinson’s third career touchdown, the first
                                                                                                                                                              Jeff Linkenbach .................................................Indianapolis Colts (2)
 f He has seven tackles this season, one for a loss and holds the          TD for a UC tight end in 2011 and Robinson’s first TD since the
                                                                                                                                                              Ricardo Mathews......................................... Indianapolis Colts (ps/2)
    UC lead in pass break ups with five while sharing the team             Oklahoma game on Sept. 25, 2010.
                                                                                                                                                              Haruki Nakamura.............................................. Baltimore Ravens (4)
    lead with six passes defended (JK Schaffer).                         f WR DJ Woods tallied nine catches for 111 yards, the fifth 100-
                                                                                                                                                              Mike Wright ................................................ New England Patriots (7)
                                                                           yard receiving game of his career.
                                                                                                                                                              Mike Windt .....................................................San Diego Chargers (2)
STEADY IN ThE BACK
  f DBs Drew Frey and Wesley Richardson rank third and fourth          POTENT POTPOURRI FROM ThE OPENER                                                         NFL PEDIGREES
    on the squad with 18 and 19 tackles, respectively.                  f The Bearcats moved to 77-38-10 in home openers.
                                                                                                                                            Cincinnati boasts two players on the roster who can lean on their
  f Frey has an interception, two passes defended and a pass            f Cincinnati’s 72-10 win was its largest margin of victory since
                                                                                                                                            fathers’ backgrounds as NFL players.
    break up to his credit while Richardson tallied his first career       it defeated Southeast Missouri State, 70-3, on Sept. 12, 2009.
                                                                                                                                              f Austen Bujnoch—Son of Glenn Bujnoch, Bengals Buccaneers
    forced fumble against NC State.                                     f UC’s 72 points were its most since it beat Kentucky Wesleyan,
                                                                                                                                                 OL (1976-84)
                                                                           115-0, on Oct. 22, 1921.
                                                                                                                                              f Deven Drane— Son of Dwight Drane, Bills DB (1986-91)
A STRONG OPENING ACT                                                    f Cincinnati’s 41 points in the first half was its most in one half
  f RB Isaiah Pead opened up the 2011 season with a bang,                  since Nov. 20, 2010 against Rutgers.                                                FAMILY AFFAIRS
     scampering 40 yards for a touchdown on the Bearcats’ first
                                                                                                                                          This year’s roster includes two Bearcats who followed in family
     play from scrimmage.                                              ThE LONG AND ShORT OF IT
                                                                                                                                          footsteps to play for UC.
  f He recorded his second touchdown of the day six minutes             f UC opened the Austin Peay game with an 18-second one-
     later on a 13-yard rush.                                               play scoring drive, when RB Isaiah Pead ran for 40 yards,
                                                                                                                                          Brother Played at Cincinnati
  f Pead finished the night with seven carries for 88 yards, an             which was its quickest drive since Oct. 9, 2010 against Miami
                                                                                                                                            f Austen Bujnoch - Digger (OL, 2004-07)
     average of 12.4 yards per carry.                                       (OH), when Pead recorded a touchdown on a career-long
                                                                                                                                          Grandfather Played at Cincinnati
  f He was the top returning running back in the BIG EAST                   80-yard rush in 13 seconds.
                                                                                                                                            f Max Morrison - Joe (RB, 1956-58)
     Conference entering the season and led the league and              f The Bearcats had a 14-play, 95-yard scoring drive to start the
     ranked in the Top-10 nationally in yards per carry.                    second quarter, which was their longest under second-year                 WHAT UC RETURNS IN 2011
                                                                            head coach Butch Jones.
                                                                                                                                            CATEGORY                                                                          PCT. RETURNING
BALANCING IT OUT
                                                                                                                                            Starters .................................................................................72% (18/25)
 f Spend five minutes with any head coach and you will likely          GROUND POUNDING
                                                                                                                                            Letterwinners .....................................................................77% (50/65)
    hear the words offensive balance.                                   f UC had 71 offensive plays in the season opener against Austin
                                                                                                                                            Passing Yards.............................................................93% (2,922/3,128)
 f In 2011, UC has run 277 offensive plays with 166 (60%) rushes            Peay and ran the ball on 69 percent of those (49/71).
                                                                                                                                            Rushing Yards...........................................................90% (1,684/1,880)
    and 111 (40%) pass attempts.                                        f The Bearcats 49 carries were split among 12 players.
                                                                                                                                            Receiving Yards ...........................................................45% (1,417/3,128)
 f The Bearcats’ 239.3 rushing yards per game leads the BIG             f Six of the Bearcats’ 10 touchdowns came on running plays.
                                                                                                                                            Passing Touchdowns .........................................................96% (26/27)
    EAST while the 450.5 yards of total offense ranks third.            f The Bearcats 387 rushing yards were their most since they
                                                                                                                                            Rushing Touchdowns ......................................................... 80% (12/15)
 f UC is averaging 49.5 points per game which ranks fourth in               ran for 389 yards against Xavier in 1946.
                                                                                                                                            Receiving Touchdowns ......................................................44% (12/27)
    the NCAA FBS while leading the BIG EAST.                            f It marked the fourth time in the Butch Jones era UC has
                                                                                                                                            Receptions ........................................................................46% (116/251)
 f A year ago, when UC led the BIG EAST in total offense (417.3             rushed 40 or more times and the team’s most rushing
                                                                                                                                            Tackles ..............................................................................94% (770/817)
    ypg) the run pass split was 52% passing to 48% rushing.                 attempts since they rushed 55 times against Eastern
                                                                                                                                            Sacks....................................................................................96% (26/27)
                                                                            Michigan in 2005.
                                                                                                                                            Interceptions ........................................................................ 100% (8/8)
AKRON QUICKIES
 f The Bearcats improved to 4-2 all-time against Akron,                hOFFMAN A VERSATILE ChOICE                                                                            NOTING THE WATCH LISTS
    including a 3-1 mark in Cincinnati. UC head coach Butch Jones       f Senior offensive lineman Alex Hoffman leads the offense
                                                                                                                                                                f    Six Bearcats dot the watch lists for nine national awards
    moves to 3-0 all-time against the Zips.                                with his 29 career starts.
                                                                                                                                                                     entering the 2011 season.
 f Cincinnati grabbed four interceptions and forced two fumbles         f What makes that note unique is that Hoffman, now the
    against Akron. The Bearcats returned one fumble for a score            starter at left tackle, is at his third different starting position
                                                                                                                                                                     Davey O’Brien National QB Award .......................... Zach Collaros
    and two interceptions for touchdowns - all in the first half.          and fourth slot overall in three years.
                                                                                                                                                                     Manning Award ..........................................................Zach Collaros
 f The Bearcats’ six forced turnovers, four interceptions and 103       f As a sophomore, he was an All-BIG EAST right guard, and last
                                                                                                                                                                     Doak Walker Award .....................................................Isaiah Pead
    interception return yards are the most for UC since forcing            year he started at right tackle. He has also played left guard.
                                                                                                                                                                     Rotary Lombardy Award....................Alex Hoffman, JK Schaffer
    seven against Oregon State on Sept. 6, 2007.
                                                                                                                                                                     Nagurski Trophy .................................... JK Schaffer, Derek Wolfe
 f Cincinnati’s 49 points in the first half were its most points in    MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY
                                                                                                                                                                     Outland Trophy............................................................Derek Wolfe
    the first half since leading Southeast Missouri State 49-3 at       f Former UC kicker Henk Hartong, who kicked the first soccer
                                                                                                                                                                     Biletnikoff Award ..........................................................D.J. Woods
    halftime on Sept. 12, 2009.                                             style field goal 50 years ago this season, served as an
                                                                                                                                                                     Maxwell Award....................................Zach Collaros, Isaiah Pead
                                                                            honorary captain for the NC State game.
                                                                                                                                                                     Hornung Award ............................................................... DJ Woods

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                 NIPPERT STADIUM                                      Oh CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN                                                  YOUNGSTERS MAKING DEBUTS
                                                                       f UC will feature something new in 2011 as the team will have          f Twenty six student-athletes made their first appearance in
STREAKING AT hOME IN NON-LEAGUE PLAY
                                                                           two season-long captains for the first time since 2006.               the season opener for UC, including eight true freshmen,
  f UC has won 21 straight home non-conference games at
                                                                       f Senior quarterback Zach Collaros and senior linebacker J.K.             eight redshirt freshmen, six transfers and four others.
     Nippert Stadium, dating back to a 30-24 win over Temple in
                                                                           Schaffer were unanimous selections by the team as UC’s             f Eight true freshman played in the opener, marking their first
     three overtimes on Sept. 20, 2003.
                                                                           permanent captains for the 2011 season.                               collegiate action, including: WR Ralph David Abernathy IV,
  f UC is 15-0 on the home turf in non-conference play since the
                                                                       f The team will elect two additional captains for each game.              LB Clemente Casseus, WR Alex Chisum, LB Dwight Jackson,
     2007 season.
                                                                       f For the opener, that honor went to OL Alex Hoffman and WR               RB Jameel Poteat, RB Akise Teague, LB Nick Temple, and WR
                                                                           OJ Woodard along with Collaros and Schaffer.                          Shaq Washington.
SELLOUTS AT NIPPERT
                                                                       f Kenbrell Thompkins and John Hughes were selected at UT.              f Eight redshirt freshman played for the first time, including:
  f Including the 2010 campaign, Nippert Stadium has enjoyed a
                                                                       f Randy Martinez and DJ Woods had the honor against Akron.                Demetri Beal, Camaron Beard, Brad Harrah, Eric Lefeld,
     total of 21 sellouts in its lengthy history.
                                                                       f For the NC State game, it was Isaiah Pead and Walt Stewart.             Dyjuan Lewis, Corey Mason, Tony Miliano, Solomon Tentman,
  f Four of UC’s six home games in 2009 were sellouts.
                                                                                                                                              f Junior college transfers Damon Julian, Malcolm Murray and
  f Nippert Stadium’s 12 largest crowds are listed below:
                                                                      OFFENSE COMES OUT hOT                                                      Kenbrell Thompkins all played in their first collegiate game.
                                                                       f Cincinnati’s offense was clicking on all cylinders in the            f Transfers Jordan Luallen, Ben Pooler and Shane Popham all
       Att.                 Date Opponent                     Result
                                                                           Bearcats’ 72-10 win against Austin Peay.                              saw their first action in the Red and Black.
       35,106          11/27/09 Illinois                 W, 49-36*
                                                                       f UC had 12 offensive possessions, scored touchdowns on 10             f Other first-timers included: Adam Dempsey, Anthony King,
       35,105           11/13/09 West Virginia           W, 24-21*
                                                                           of them, had a field goal on another, and was stopped on              Sean McClellan, Dan Sprague
       35,100          11/07/09 Connecticut              W, 47-45*
                                                                           downs on its lone non-scoring drive.
       35,099         10/24/09 Louisville                 W, 41-10*
                                                                       f The Bearcats’ scoring drives ranged from a one-play, 40-yard        CRANKING OUT ThE YARDAGE
       35,098          11/22/08 Pittsburgh                W, 28-21*
                                                                           drive to a 14-play, 95-yard possession that started the second     f UC surpassed 600 yards of total offense twice in 2010, with a
       35,097           11/17/07 West Virginia             L, 28-23*
                                                                           quarter.                                                              season high 661 coming against Rutgers and 609 yards against
       35,097          10/13/07 Louisville                L, 28-24*
                                                                                                                                                 Miami (OH).
       35,097         09/22/07 Marshall                  W, 40-14*
                                                                      GETTING DEFENSIVE IN ThE OPENER                                         f UC produced 567 yards of total offense in the 2011 opener
       35,097         09/02/01 Purdue                       L, 19-14*
                                                                       f LB JK Schaffer grabbed his fifth career interception during             against Austin Peay.
       34,603          11/29/08 Syracuse                  W, 30-10
                                                                           Austin Peay’s first possession.                                    f Over a six-game span, UC averaged 478.5 yards of total
       33,909         10/09/10 Miami (OH)                   W, 45-3
                                                                       f DB Chris Williams tied his career high with one sack in the             offense, 32.7 points per game, 184.0 yards rushing and 294.5
       32,924         10/28/00 Miami (OH)                  W, 45-15
                                                                           first quarter. He also forced his first career fumble.                yards passing along with 16 passing touchdowns and 10
       *-Sellouts
                                                                       f DT Derek Wolfe had his 11th career sack and second career               rushing scores.
                                                                           forced fumble.
NIPPERT STADIUM
                                                                       f DB Adrian Witty made his first career fumble recovery and           MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE
  f Construction began on UC’s home field, Nippert Stadium in
                                                                           forced fumble.                                                          1. 711        vs. Connecticut                         2009
     1916 and was completed in 1923.
                                                                       f LB Maalik Bomar and senior linebacker Ben Pooler each                     2. 684        vs. Ohio                                 1968
  f UC has used the Nippert site as a playing field since 1902,
                                                                           recorded their first fumble recoveries. Pooler led the team             3. 661        vs. Rutgers                             2010
     making it the second-oldest playing site in the nation for
                                                                           with five tackles on the night.                                         4. 647        vs. Miami (OH)                           1986
     college football behind Penn’s Franklin Field (1895).
                                                                       f Junior defensive back Aaron Roberson posted his first                          615      vs. Southeast Missouri State            2007
  f Among NCAA FBS schools, Nippert is the third-oldest
                                                                           interception.                                                           6. 609        vs. Miami (OH)                          2010
     stadium still in use, behind Bobby Dodd Stadium (Georgia
                                                                       f LB Clemente Casseus had his first forced fumble midway                    7. 608        vs. Virginia Military Institute          1953
     Tech - 1913), Davis Wade Stadium (Mississippi State - 1914)
                                                                           through the fourth quarter, while freshman linebacker Nick              8. 604        vs. Washington & Lee                     1952
     and ahead of Wisconsin’s Camp Randall Stadium, which was
                                                                           Temple made his first fumble recovery on the play.                      9. 599        vs. Miami (OH)                          2004
     built in 1917.
                                                                                                                                                   10. 578       vs. Southeast Missouri State            2009
  f Head coach Butch Jones calls Nippert the ‘Wrigley Field’ of
                                                                      OFFENSIVE NUGGETS
     college football.
                                                                       f WR Kenbrell Thompkins registered his first collegiate               ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
                                                                           reception and touchdown to give the Bearcats a 20-0 lead           f The University of Cincinnati football team achieved an all-
GOING STREAKING
                                                                           with 2:23 left in the first quarter.                                  time team record with its 2.9 team grade point average in the
  f UC had a 14-game Nippert Stadium winning streak snapped
                                                                       f WR DJ Woods led the team with four receptions for 59 yards              recently ended 2011 Winter Academic Quarter.
     in 2010 against USF. The streak dated back to the 2008
                                                                           and a score. He also added a 24-yard rush on a reverse and a       f The team GPA, reflecting 83 student-athletes enrolled in
     season.
                                                                           pair of punt returns.                                                 classes, is an all-time high for the Bearcats football program.
  f Spanning the 2008-09 seasons and the first two home
                                                                       f RB Jameel Poteat had his first career rush of 6 yards, while         f Thirty-eight of the 83 players (46 percent) achieved a 3.0
     games at Nippert in 2010 (UC played Oklahoma at Paul
                                                                           WR Shaq Washington earned the start and had his first catch.          or better for the quarter, while 11 student-athletes ranked
     Brown Stadium), marked the first time in UC history
                                                                       f QB Jordan Luallen entered the game with 2:15 left in the first          between a 3.5 and 4.0.
     the Bearcats went undefeated at home in back-to-back
                                                                           half. He rushed the ball four times for 36 yards, including his    f Defensive lineman Eric Lefeld (Coldwater, Ohio/Coldwater)
     seasons.
                                                                           first career touchdown, in his first game as a Bearcat.               took home top GPA honors with his 3.956.
  f The school-record streak of 15-straight wins was set during
                                                                       f WR Anthony McClung had a career-high two touchdowns.                 f Since Coach Jones’ arrival in the winter of 2009, the team GPA
     a span from Nov. 8, 1952-Nov. 13, 1954.
                                                                           He recorded two consecutive receiving touchdowns for the              has stayed consistently above a 2.7.
  f Ten of the Top 12 crowds in Nippert history, including a
                                                                           Bearcats – one with 37 seconds left in the first half and a        f In 2010, 19 student-athletes were named Academic All-BIG
     stadium record of 35,106 against Illinois in 2009, have
                                                                           career-high 29-yard touchdown reception with eight                    EAST and John Goebel (Milford, Mich./Brother Rice) earned
     occurred since 2007.
                                                                           seconds left.                                                         the 2010 American Eagle Outfitters BIG EAST Football Scholar-
  f Since 2007, UC has set four-straight attendance records and
                                                                       f QB Munchie Legaux took his first snap under center to                   Athlete of the Year award.
     over 800,000 fans (853,281) have come through the Nippert
                                                                           start the second half. He registered his first career rushing      f UC was awarded the 2011 BIG EAST Academic Excellence Award,
     and Paul Brown Stadium turnstiles.
                                                                           touchdown on a five-yard run.                                         recognizing the top team GPA among the league’s eight
                                                                       f WR Danny Milligan grabbed his first career catch for 15 yards.          football schools.
                                                                       f RB Akise Teague had a 4-yard run for his first career rush.

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ThE ALL-NAME TEAM                                                                 breaking three of former Sandy Creek and now NFL standout                                                       QUICK FACTS
 f UC sophomore quarterback Munchie Legaux and freshman                           Calvin Johnson’s school records Chisum was named the
                                                                                                                                                                 GENERAL INFORMATION
     defensive lineman Silverberry Mouhon were two of 25 players                  Georgia Coaches AAA State Offensive Player of the Year and a
                                                                                                                                                                 Location ............................................................... Cincinnati, OH 45221
     named to CNBC sports business reporter Darren Rovell’s 2011                  AAA First-Team All-State honoree.
                                                                                                                                                                 Founded.......................................................................................... 1819
     College Football All-Name Team.                                          f   He also earned a spot on the 2010 U.S. Air Force Medium
                                                                                                                                                                 Enrollment ..................................................................................42,750
                                                                                  Schools All-American Team.
                                                                                                                                                                 Conference.............................................................................. BIG EAST
YOUTh MOVEMENT 2011
                                                                                                                                                                 Nickname ................................................................................Bearcats
 f After featuring only 12 seniors a year ago, UC has 20 in the             SIGMA SIGMA
                                                                                                                                                                 Colors ............................................................... Red (PMS 186) & Black
    2011 class.                                                               f Two University of Cincinnati football players, Zach Collaros
                                                                                                                                                                 Home Field ...............................................................Nippert Stadium
 f UC starts five seniors on defense after having the nation’s                  and JK Schaffer, hold the unique honor of being members
                                                                                                                                                                 Surface/Capacity ..................................................... FieldTurf/35,000
    youngest BCS defense a year ago.                                            of Sigma Sigma.
                                                                                                                                                                 President .......................................................Dr. Gregory H. Williams
 f Over half of UC’s roster, 57 of UC’s 105 players (18 sophomores,           f A local honor fraternity, Sigma Sigma was founded in the
                                                                                                                                                                 Interim Director of Athletics ......................................Bob Arkeilpane
    39 freshmen), are at a sophomore level or below.                            summer of 1898 and lists its most important function as
                                                                                                                                                                 Faculty Representative .................................................. Dr. Fritz Russ
                                                                                teaching loyalty to the University of Cincinnati.
NOTING ThE SIGNING CLASS
                                                                                                                                                                 hISTORY
 f Of UC’s 30-member signing class, six were state champions                KELCE RETURNS
                                                                                                                                                                 First Year of Football .....................................................................1885
     (Chisum, Jackson, Moore, Phillips, Teague, Washington),                 f TE Travis Kelce returned to the lineup in 2011 after sitting out
                                                                                                                                                                 All-time Record ................................................................ 554-550-51
     two were four-star recruits (Murray, Poteat), 21 were three-                2010 due to a violation of team rules.
                                                                                                                                                                 All-time Bowl Record ....................................................................6-6
     star recruits, three hail from the City of Cincinnati (Coyne,           f Kelce, who came to UC as a quarterback, scored a pair of
                                                                                                                                                                 Last Bowl ................................................... 2010 Allstate Sugar Bowl
     Mitchell, Murray), and two were Mr. Football Award Winners                  touchdowns in 2009 running the wildcat package for UC.
                                                                                                                                                                 Last Bowl Opponent ................................................Florida (L, 51-24)
     in their respective states (Teague-Ohio, Temple-Ind.).                  f His older brother Jason, a four-year standout on the
                                                                                 offensive line, was drafted by Philadelphia and earned the
                                                                                                                                               2011 TEAM INFORMATION
FAMILY LEGACY                                                                    starting center role for the Eagles.
                                                                                                                                               Basic Offense ............................................................................Spread
  f Freshman running back Ralph David Abernathy IV has
                                                                                                                                               Basic Defense ......................................................................... Multiple
     emerged as one of the leading candidates to return kicks for           BEARCAT OLYMPICS
                                                                                                                                               Letterwinners Returning/Lost ....................................................50/15
     the Bearcats in 2011.                                                   f When Head Coach Butch Jones arrived on the UC campus
                                                                                                                                                   O | D | ST ............................................................... 21/10 | 27/4 | 2/1
  f If his family name doesn’t ring a historical bell, it should.                in January of 2010, he instituted the Bearcat Olympics Off-
                                                                                                                                               Starters Returning/Lost ................................................................ 18/7
  f Abernathy’s late grandfather, Ralph Jr., was a leader in the                 Season Program.
                                                                                                                                                   O | D | ST................................................................... 5/6 | 11/0 | 2/1
     American Civil Rights Movement, a minister and a close friend           f The program, which runs through the offseason, features
     of Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr.                                              players grouped into nine teams that compete in a number
                                                                                                                                               2010 INFORMATION
  f His father, Ralph III is a former Georgia State Senator.                     of activities, including academics, community service, and
                                                                                                                                               Overall Record ................................................................................ 4-8
                                                                                 workouts.
                                                                                                                                               Home/Road/Neutral ....................................................... 3-4/1-4/0-0
ThE FOOTBALL FAMILY                                                          f The culmination of the program’s winter conditioning
                                                                                                                                               BIG EAST Record/Finish ...................................................2-5/Seventh
 f UC true freshman quarterback Stephen Weatherford, one of nine                 schedule, Night of Champions is one of the key components
                                                                                                                                               Final Ranking ................................................................................. n/a
     children, is the fifth Weatherford brother to play college football.        of the Bearcat Olympics.
 f His brother Will, who was elected in 2006 to the Florida House of         f Each of the nine Bearcat Olympics teams competed in
                                                                                                                                               COAChING STAFF
     Representatives and is slated to become Speaker of the House in             eight events at Night of Champions, including a bat relay,
                                                                                                                                               Head Coach, Alma Mater ....................Butch Jones, Ferris State 1990
     2012, played football at Jacksonville University.                           buddy relay, farmers walk, fast man relay, obstacle course,
                                                                                                                                                   Record at UC/Years..................................................................7-9/1
 f Brother Drew started 33 games at quarterback at Florida State.                touchdown celebration, water balloon toss and bench press
                                                                                                                                                   Career Record/Years ..........................................................34-22/4
 f Brothers Joe (QB) and John (LB) play at West Georgia.                         contest.
                                                                                                                                                   Football Office Phone ............................................. (513) 556-4110
 f His grandfather, Bill Weatherford, played football at SMU in the
                                                                                                                                                   Best time to reach coach. ............................................Contact SID
     same backfield with the legendary Doak Walker.                         ChANGING BODIES
                                                                                                                                               Assoc. Head Coach/ST Coord./DB................................. Kerry Coombs
 f His father Bill, also played football at SMU as a quarterback.            f Director of football strength and conditioning Dave Lawson
                                                                                                                                               Asst. Head Coach/DL .................................................... Steve Stripling
                                                                                 has led an overall change of body type for the Bearcats.
                                                                                                                                               Co-Defensive Coordinator/DB ............................................ Tim Banks
MORRISON ALREADY A RECORD hOLDER?                                            f Out are big and bulky lineman and in are the type of lean
                                                                                                                                               Co-Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting/LB....................... John Jancek
 f Freshman wide receiver Max Morrison hauled in 289 catches                     mass players who fit the Bearcats’ spread offense.
                                                                                                                                               Offensive Coordinator/QB............................................. Mike Bajakian
    during his high school career for 4,147 yards and 56 touchdowns.         f Two of the biggest benefactors of the change have been DE
                                                                                                                                               Asst. Coaches............................ Mark Elder (RB), Dave Johnson (TE)
 f Those numbers would top the UC all-time record for                            Walter Stewart and OL Andre Cureton.
                                                                                                                                                   ............................................... Don Mahoney (OL), T.J. Weist (WR)
    receptions (Gilyard/Goodman/Vann: 204), reception yards                  f When he arrived at UC, Stewart was a 216-pound outside
                                                                                                                                               Director of Player Personel .......................................Antrione Archer
    (Gilyard: 3,003) and receiving touchdowns (Gilyard: 25).                     linebacker. Today he takes the field as a 245-pound def. end.
                                                                                                                                               Coordinator of Recruting Svcs..........................................Greg Huster
 f Morrison also has a UC historical tie as his late grandfather Joe         f Cureton went the opposite way, arriving at UC at 364 pounds.
                                                                                                                                               Asst. AD/Football Ops ...................................................John Widecan
    played halfback, quarterback and defense at UC from 1956-58                  He suited up on opening day at 295 pounds. His loss of
                                                                                                                                               Graduate Assts. ......................Larry Knight (Def.), Alex Herron (Off.)
    before playing in the NFL for the New York Giants and later                  weight hasn’t equaled a loss of power either ans his squat,
                                                                                                                                               Staff Associates ..................Doc Gamble (Off.), Brandon Myles (Off.)
    serving as the head coach at the University of South Carolina.               bench and power lifting numbers are all up.
                                                                                                                                                   .......................................Charles Boyd (Def.), Mike Mickens (Def.)
 f Morrison’s father Rick was a wide receiver at Ball State and his
                                                                                                                                               Administrative Coordinator....................................... Chris Spognardi
    uncle is former University of Michigan head coach Gary Moeller.         PASSING OUT PROMOTIONS
                                                                                                                                               Assistant to the Head Coach ........................................Sherry Murray
                                                                             f UC head footabll trainer Bob Mangine was recently promoted
                                                                                                                                               Director/FB Strength & Conditioning.............................Dave Lawson
ANOThER OUTSTANDING RECEIVER IN ThE MAKING                                       to Associate AD/Sports Medicine.
                                                                                                                                               Asst. Director FB Strength & Conditioning .................. Mike Szerszen
 f True freshman WR Alex Chisum is yet another record-setting                f In his role, Mangine will continue to serve as the head trainer
                                                                                                                                               Assoc. AD/Sports Medicine.............................................Bob Mangine
    member of UC’s 2011 signing class.                                           for football but will also oversee care and staffing for UC’s
                                                                                                                                               Asst. Athletic Trainers ...................................Emi Matsuno/Joe Rauch
 f Chisum helped lead Sandy Creek HS to a 15-0 season and a                      entire sports medicine program.
                                                                                                                                               Equipment Manager .......................................................Todd McMinn
    GHSA 4-AAA State Championship in 2010.                                   f Mangine, who carries over 30 years of experience in the field,
                                                                                                                                               Video Coordinator ............................................................ Greg Bruner
 f He caught 69 passes for 1,426 yards and 11 touchdowns,                        is in his 10th season with the football program.
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        PRESEASON PLAYER HONORS                                   NEW FACE ON ThE COAChING STAFF                                            a video/viewing tower, locker/team rooms, a training/taping
                                                                   f TE coach Dave Johnson joined the UC staff in August.                   room, restrooms, and a plaza to connect the practice facilities
Dominique Battle
                                                                   f He brings 26 years of collegiate coaching experience along             with UC’s Varsity Village.
Athlon Sports Third Team All-BIG EAST
Phil Steele’s College Football Third-Team All-BIG EAST                with 14 bowl game appearances. He has mentored 11 NFL
                                                                      players, four All-Americans and 28 all-conference selections.    TAKE ME TO hIGhER GROUND
                                                                   f Prior to joining UC, Johnson was the offensive line coach at        f For the past 12 years, the UC football has called the Higher
Maalik Bomar
Phil Steele’s College Football Fourth-Team All-BIG EAST               West Virginia University from 2008-10.                                Ground Conference and Retreat Center in West Harrison, Ind.,
                                                                   f He spent 2001-07 as the tight ends coach at the University of          its preseason training home.
Zach Collaros                                                         Georgia. The Bulldogs won 72 games, averaging more than            f The 280-acre facility is located about 30 miles from campus

Athlon Sports Second Team All-BIG EAST                                10 wins a season, three SEC East Division Championships, two          and has served as the Bearcats training camp location since
Lindy’s Sports BIG EAST Most Valuable Player                          SEC Championships, five bowl wins and five Top-10 national            the lead up to the 1999 season.
Lindy’s Sports First-Team All-BIG EAST                                finishes during his time in Athens.                                f Among many amenities, Higher Ground features a pair of

Lindy’s Sports Coolest In The Clutch In BIG EAST                   f Four of his tight ends, Randy McMichael, Ben Watson, Martez            100-yard FieldTurf practice fields, ample living and meeting
Phil Steele’s College Football Second-Team All-BIG EAST               Milner and Leonard Pope are playing in the NFL.                       spaces and no distractions from football.
Sporting News First-Team All-BIG EAST
Sporting News BIG EAST’s Best Passing QB                          EARNING ThEIR STRIPES                                                OFF-CAMPUS TRAINING SITES
                                                                   f When newcomers take the practice field for the first time at       f The University of Cincinnati is one of seven schools who
Alex hoffman                                                          Cincinnati, they find their helmets with a white stripe down         spend time at an off campus site during football training
Athlon Sports Third Team All-BIG EAST                                 the middle.                                                          camp.
Lindy’s Sports Second-Team All-BIG EAST                            f The newcomer has to earn the right to have the white stripe        f The Bearcats 14-day stay at the Higher Ground Conference
Phil Steele’s College Football Third-Team All-BIG EAST                removed, and it’s the player’s big brother calling the shots.        & Retreat Center in West Harrison, Ind. ranks as the longest
                                                                   f As part of UC’s peer intervention program, each newcomer is           visit among the six NCAA FBS schools this season.
John Hughes                                                           assigned a veteran on the team who as Coach Jones puts it,        f But is not the furthest camp distance from campus. That
Phil Steele’s College Football Fourth-Team All-BIG EAST               shows the newcomer how to ‘Live the Bearcat Way.’                    honor goes to UNLV, which travels yearly to Ely, Nev., a 248-
                                                                   f Once the big brother feels his little brother has proven              mile trek from its Las Vegas, Nev. campus.
Reuben Johnson                                                        himself in practice and around the team, he brings him in
Phil Steele’s College Football Fourth-Team All-BIG EAST               front of the team following practice and removes the stripe      School      Days      Site (City/Miles From Campus)
                                                                      from his helmet in front of the whole squad.                     Arizona       4       Fort Huachuca (Sierra Vista, Ariz./70)
Brandon Mills                                                      f The last two players to have their stripes removed this           Cincinnati   14       Camp Higher Ground (W. Harrison, Ind./27)
Phil Steele’s College Football Second-Team All-BIG EAST               season were freshmen OL Parker Ehinger and Justin Murray.        Illinois     13       Camp Rantoul (Rantoul, Ill./20)
                                                                                                                                       New Mexico 12         Camp Lobo (Ruidoso, N.M./185)
Pat O’Donnell                                                     DOUBLE DUTY                                                          Northwestern 9        UW Parkside (Kenosha, Wis./52)
Athlon Sports Second Team All-BIG EAST                             f UC radio play-by-play man Dan Hoard has added duties              UNLV         11       Camp Rebel (Ely, Nev./248)
Lindy’s Sports First-Team All-BIG EAST
                                                                      entering 2011 as the voice of the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals on    UTEP          8       New Mexico Tech (Socorro, N.M./189)
Phil Steele’s College Football First-Team All-BIG EAST
                                                                      the Bengals Radio Network.
                                                                   f He joins Bill Hillgrove (Pittsburgh Panthers/Pittsburgh           A NEW hALL OF FAMER
Isaiah Pead
                                                                      Steelers), Wes Durham (Georgia Tech/Atlanta Falcons), and          f Former UC kicker Jonathan Ruffin will be inducted with the
Athlon Sports First Team All-BIG EAST
                                                                      Gene Deckerhoff (Florida State/Tampa Bay Buccaneers) as              2011 class to the James P. Kelly Athletics Hall of Fame.
Lindy’s Sports First-Team All-BIG EAST
Phil Steele’s College Football First-Team All-BIG EAST                the only broadcasters in the country to handle radio duties        f Ruffin was honored as the winner of the 2000 Lou Groza

Sporting News First-Team All-BIG EAST                                 for both an NCAA FBS and NFL team.                                   Award, which is presented annually to the top football
Sporting News BIG EAST’s Most Elusive RB                                                                                                   placekicker. He also became the Bearcats first-ever consensus
                                                                  ShEAKLEY AThLETICS CENTER DEBUTS                                         first-team All-America selection that year.
                                                                   f The Sheakley Athletics Center, formerly known as the Jefferson      f After finishing his collegiate career, Ruffin become one of the
JK Schaffer
Athlon Sports First Team All-BIG EAST                                 Avenue Sports Complex, which includes new practice fields for        few football players to have played in the NFL, NFL Europe,
Lindy’s Sports First-Team All-BIG EAST                                the Bearcats football team, made its long anticipated debut on       CFL and AFL.
Phil Steele’s College Football First-Team All-BIG EAST                Sept. 2, 2010.                                                     f He last played professionally in 2008 and is now a fireman in

Sporting News First-Team All-BIG EAST                              f The ground breaking took place on March 16, 2010 for the              his hometown of Metairie, La.
                                                                      project with an estimated construction cost of $15.5 million.      f Other members of the class include: MLB hall of famer Sandy

Walter Stewart                                                     f The first phase of construction, completed on Sept. 1, 2010,          Koufax, UC swimming and diving head coach Monty Hopkins,
Phil Steele College Football Fourth-Team All-BIG EAST                 includes a lighted 100-yard field.                                   men’s basketball standout Jason Maxiell and the 1960-61
                                                                   f A lighted 50-yard field was completed in November.                    national championship men’s basketball team.
Derek Wolfe                                                        f The 100-yard field becomes a seasonal indoor practice facility      f The induction ceremony is set for Oct. 26, 2011.
Athlon Sports Third Team All-BIG EAST                                 during winter months via an air-supported bubble that was
Lindy’s Sports Second-Team All-BIG EAST                               inflated over the field. The bubble maintains an interior        UC ON CUTTING EDGE WITh ADIDAS TEChFIT LINE
Lindy’s Sports Best Hands In BIG EAST                                 ambient temperature between 50-60 degrees.                        f The UC football team will once again sport the adidas TECHFIT
Phil Steele College Football Second-Team All-BIG EAST              f The complex is also helping the University go green. A chilled        line of compression fit uniforms during the 2011 season.
                                                                      water thermal storage tank was installed under the shorter        f New jerseys were unveiled on Oct. 15, 2010 at Louisville with
DJ Woods                                                              50-yard field to assist with the University’s air conditioning       the Bearcats adding the TECHFIT pants for this year.
Athlon Sports First Team All-BIG EAST (WR)                            systems.                                                          f Featuring a ground-breaking compression fit and weighing
Lindy’s Sports First-Team All-BIG EAST (WR)                        f The storage tank will help the university realize an ongoing          30 percent lighter than standard football uniforms, the
Phil Steele College Football First-Team All-BIG EAST (WR)             annual energy savings in the range of $750,000 to $1 million.        adidas TECHFIT jersey will help players be lighter and faster
Phil Steele College Football Fourth-Team All-BIG EAST (PR & KR)    f The second phase of the construction process, started in July         on the field.
Sporting News First-Team All-BIG EAST (WR)                            of 2011, includes bleacher seating, a press box, a scoreboard,
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ROSTER
    No.   Name                       Pos.   Ht.    Wt.    Cl.   Ex.              Hometown/High School/Last School                No.     Name                       Pos.
      1   Kenbrell Thompkins *       WR      6-1   195    Jr.   JC             Miami, Fla./Northwestern/El Camino CC              19     Ralph David Abernathy IV    RB
      2   Dyjuan Lewis *             WR     6-3    194    Fr.   RS                                Indianapolis, Ind./Pike         86     Blake Annen *                TE
      3   DJ Woods                   WR     6-0    180    Sr.   3L                       Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville     +    48     Mason Antoun ^               LB
+    4    Maalik Bomar                LB    6-2    220    Jr.   2L                      Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods        +     51    Alex Apyan                   LS
+    4    Munchie Legaux              QB    6-5    203    So.    1L                          New Orleans, La./Edna Karr      +      9    Dominique Battle            DB
      5   Reuben Johnson              DB    5-10   196    Jr.   2L                   Lawnside, N.J./Winslow Township              39     Demitri Beal *              DB
     6    Anthony McClung            WR     6-0    165    So.    1L                               Indianapolis, Ind./Pike         90     Camaron Beard *              DL
      7   Shaq Washington            WR     5-9    159    Fr.   HS                           Maple Hts., Ohio/Maple Hts.     +     51    Greg Blair                   LB
+    8    Jordan Luallen *            QB    6-3    214    So.   TR             Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove/Ga. Tech         +      4    Maalik Bomar                 LB
+    8    Adrian Witty *              DB    5-10    177   Fr.   RS               Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach            76     Austen Bujnoch *             OL
+    9    Dominique Battle            DB    5-11   185    Sr.   2L                 Boca Raton, Fla./American Heritage        +    23     Chris Burrell ^             RB
+    9    Patrick Coyne               QB     6-1   233    Fr.   HS                                 Cincinnati, Ohio/Badin         57     Clemente Casseus ^           LB
+    11   Deven Drane                 DB    5-11   179    So.    1L                           Plantation, Fla./Plantation          21    Camerron Cheatham *         DB
+    11   Brendon Kay *               QB    6-4    229    Jr.   SQ                         Marine City, Mich./Marine City         25     Arryn Chenault              DB
     12   Zach Collaros *             QB    6-0    218    Sr.   3L                      Steubenville, Ohio/Steubenville           80     Alex Chisum                 WR
+    13   Pat Lambert *               DB     6-1   208    Jr.   2L                                 St. Cloud, Fla./Osceola         12    Zach Collaros *             QB
+    13   Stephen Weatherford         QB    6-3    184    Fr.   HS                             Odessa, Fla./Land O’Lakes     +      9    Patrick Coyne               QB
    14    Tony Miliano ^ *             K    6-2    198    Fr.   RS                               North Bend, Ohio/Elder           79     Andre Cureton *              OL
     15   Chris Moore                WR      6-1   175    Fr.   HS                        Tampa, Fla./Thomas Jefferson            72     Evan Davis                   OL
+   16    Damon Julian               WR     6-2    209    Jr.   JC            Sicklerville, N.J./Winslow Twp./Pierce CC           91     Adam Dempsey ^               DL
+   16    Nick West ^                 QB    6-2    207    Fr.   RS                                     Hebron, Ky./Conner         96     Tom DeTemple *               LS
     17   Malcolm Murray              DB     6-1   195    Jr.   JC              Glendale, Calif./Junipero Serra/Mt. SAC           65     Conner Donnini ^             DL
     18   Travis Kelce *              TE    6-6    255    Jr.    1L                 Cleveland Hts., Ohio/Cleveland Hts.      +      11   Deven Drane                 DB
    19    Ralph David Abernathy IV   WR     5-7    160    Fr.   HS                     Atlanta, Ga./Westminster School            78     Parker Ehinger               OL
    20    Chris Williams              DB    5-11   180    Jr.   2L                      Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods        +    35     Eric Ernst ^                  P
     21   Camerron Cheatham *         DB    5-9    195    Jr.   2L                             Kalamazoo, Mich./Central      +    38     Adam Fearing ^              RB
    22    Jameel Poteat               RB    5-10   202    Fr.   HS                      Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt      +    26     A.J. Fleak ^                  K
+   23    Chris Burrell ^             RB    5-7    170    So.   TR                  Westwood, N.J./Don Bosco/Temple          +    26     Drew Frey *                 DB
+   23    Isaiah Pead                 RB    5-11   200    Sr.   3L                Columbus, Ohio/Eastmoor Academy                 64     Kyle Gephart                 OL
+   24    John Lloyd ^                 P    6-2    238    Fr.   RS                                  Cincinnati, Ohio/CHCA    +    87     Jacob Giltrow               WR
+   24    Wesley Richardson *         DB    6-0    202    Sr.   3L                  Columbus, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty              99     Dan Giordano *               DL
    25    Arryn Chenault              DB    6-0    197    So.    1L                             Cincinnati, Ohio/Fairfield   +    59     Steve Hancock                DL
+   26    A.J. Fleak ^                 K     6-1   231    Fr.   HS                            Sunbury, Ohio/Big Walnut             31    Reuben Haley                DB
+   26    Drew Frey *                 DB    6-3    200    Jr.   2L                    Wilmington, Ohio/Clinton-Massie             97     Chad Hannah                  DL
    27    Akise Teague                RB    5-8    183    Fr.   HS                           Youngstown, Ohio/Ursuline            93     Brad Harrah *                DL
    28    Trenier Orr                 DB    5-11   180    Fr.   HS                            Winter Garden, Fla./Ocoee      +    30     Alex Heineman ^             WR
+   29    Shane Popham                 K    6-0    182    Sr.   TR       Crestview Hills, Ky./Cov. Catholic/Wake Forest            81    Tomaz Hilton *              WR
+   29    Rob Rice ^                  RB    5-10   178    Fr.   HS                           Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas     +    59     Alex Hoffman *               OL
+   30    Alex Heineman ^            WR      6-1   199    Fr.   HS               Mission Viejo, Calif./Capistrano Valley          77     Sean Hooey                   OL
+   30    Aaron Roberson ^ *          DB    5-11   183    Jr.    1L                    Maple Hts., Ohio/Chanel/Gannon             85     Bruce Horner *              WR
     31   Reuben Haley                DB    6-0    185    Sr.    1L                     Cincinnati, Ohio/Mount Healthy            40     John Hughes *                DL
    32    George Winn *               RB    5-11   198    Jr.   2L                 Southfield, Mich./U. of Detroit Jesuit          41    Kevin Hyland ^               LB
    33    Solomon Tentman *           LB    6-2    222    Fr.   RS                         Cincinnati, Ohio/Roger Bacon           52     Dwight Jackson               LB
    34    Pat O’Donnell                P    6-5    221    Jr.    1L                Lakeworth, Fla./Palm Beach Central               5    Reuben Johnson              DB
+   35    Eric Ernst ^                 P     6-1   177    Fr.   HS                           Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas          16     Damon Julian                WR
+   35    Josh Russ *                 TE    6-5    231    Fr.   RS                            Elyria, Ohio/Elyria Catholic   +      11   Brendon Kay *               QB
    36    Ben Pooler                  LB    6-3    232    Sr.   TR           Morristown, N.J./Lawrenceville/Maryland              62     Cory Keebler *               OL
    37    JK Schaffer                 LB     6-1   227    Sr.   3L                               Cincinnati, Ohio/LaSalle          18    Travis Kelce *               TE
+   38    Adam Fearing ^              RB    5-9    182    Jr.   SQ                                    Dayton, Ohio/Carroll        49     Anthony King                RB
+   38    Breon Mapp ^                DB    5-10   198    Jr.   TR           Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson/Thomas More           +     13    Pat Lambert *               DB
    39    Demitri Beal *              DB    5-11   185    Fr.   RS         Pembroke Park, Fla./Chaminade-Madonna                   71    Eric Lefeld *                OL
    40    John Hughes *               DL    6-4    300    Sr.   3L                                Gahanna, Ohio/Lincoln      +      4    Munchie Legaux              QB
     41   Kevin Hyland ^              LB    6-2    219    Fr.   HS                                  Cincinnati, Ohio/Elder          2    Dyjuan Lewis *              WR
    42    Torrey Nibbs ^              DB    6-0    197    Fr.   HS                       Brownsburg, Ind./Brownsburg         +    24     John Lloyd ^                  P
    43    Nick Temple                 LB    5-10   215    Fr.   HS                    Indianapolis, Ind./Warren Central           60     Sam Longo                    OL
    44    Corey Mason *               LB    6-3    229    Fr.   RS                                  Cincinnati, Ohio/Elder        55     Roney Lozano                 DL
    45    Rob Trigg *                 DL    6-3    258    Sr.   3L                  Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne               47     Colin Lozier ^               LB
    46    Mitch Meador *              DL    6-4    270    So.    1L          Greenwood, Ind./Whiteland Community             +      8    Jordan Luallen *            QB


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                                                                                                                                                                 ROSTER
    No.    Name                     Pos.       No.   Name                            Pos.     Ht.       Wt.      Cl.   Ex.           Hometown/High School/Last School
     50    Innocent Macha ^           LB       47    Colin Lozier ^                   LB      6-0       220      Jr.   2L                           Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain
     69    Dominic Mainello ^         OL   +   48    Mason Antoun ^                   LB       6-1      227      Fr.   HS                           Cincinnati, Ohio/Reading
+    38    Breon Mapp ^              DB    +   48    Matt Staubach ^                  TE      6-5       247      Fr.   HS                       Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas
     53    Randy Martinez *           OL       49    Anthony King                     RB      5-11      206      So.   HS                               Chicago, Ill./Ayersville
     44    Corey Mason *              LB       50    Innocent Macha ^                 LB      6-0       216      Fr.   HS                    Cincinnati, Ohio/Roger Bacon
     66    Sean McClellan *           OL   +    51   Alex Apyan                       LS       6-1      199      Sr.   SQ                        Chattanooga,Tenn./Hixson
       6   Anthony McClung           WR    +    51   Greg Blair                       LB      6-2       240      Jr.   JC        Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley/Lackawanna CC
     46    Mitch Meador *             DL       52    Dwight Jackson                   LB       6-1      213      Fr.   HS                          Miami, Fla./Miami Central
     14    Tony Miliano ^ *            K       53    Randy Martinez *                 OL       6-1      286      Sr.   2L                               Teaneck, N.J./Teaneck
     83    Danny Milligan *          WR        54    Walter Stewart *                 DL      6-5       248      Jr.   2L                        Ashville, Ohio/Teays Valley
     58    Brandon Mills *            DL       55    Roney Lozano                     DL      6-2       272      So.    1L                               Miami, Fla./American
     70    Brandon Mitchell           DL       57    Clemente Casseus ^               LB       6-1      205      Fr.   HS                            Mirimar, Fla./Everglades
      15   Chris Moore               WR        58    Brandon Mills *                  DL      5-10      251      Jr.   2L                           Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain
     82    Max Morrison              WR    +   59    Steve Hancock                    DL      6-5       246      Sr.    1L                       Sterling, Va./Potomac Falls
     92    Silverberry Mouhon         DL   +   59    Alex Hoffman *                   OL      6-7       295      Sr.   3L                       Indianapolis, Ind./Cathedral
     68    Daniel Murray              OL       60    Sam Longo                        OL      6-5       289      So.   TR         Spring Valley, Ohio/Bellbrook/Ohio State
     74    Justin Murray              OL        61   Kirk Willis ^                    LS      6-2       227      Fr.   HS                            Granville, Ohio/Granville
      17   Malcolm Murray            DB        62    Cory Keebler *                   OL      6-7       286      Fr.   RS              Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota East
     42    Torrey Nibbs ^            DB        63    Dan Sprague *                    OL      6-3       278      So.   SQ                    Worthington, Ohio/Kilbourne
     34    Pat O’Donnell               P       64    Kyle Gephart                     OL      6-4       304      So.   HS                         Morrow, Ohio/Little Miami
     28    Trenier Orr               DB        65    Conner Donnini ^                 DL      6-0       280      Fr.   HS                           Dayton, Ohio/Centerville
+    23    Isaiah Pead               RB        66    Sean McClellan *                 OL      6-4       281      So.   SQ                            Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller
     36    Ben Pooler                 LB       68    Daniel Murray                    OL      6-3       284      Fr.   HS                     San Diego, Calif./Torrey Pines
     29    Shane Popham                K       69    Dominic Mainello ^               OL      6-3       266      So.   SQ                     Fort Mitchell, Ky./Beachwood
     22    Jameel Poteat             RB        70    Brandon Mitchell                 DL      6-2       320      Fr.   HS                          Cincinnati, Ohio/Withrow
+    29    Rob Rice ^                RB         71   Eric Lefeld *                    OL      6-6       285      Fr.   RS                        Coldwater, Ohio/Coldwater
     89    Demetrius Richardson ^     TE       72    Evan Davis                       OL      6-4       283      Sr.   3L                           Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain
     24    Wesley Richardson *       DB        74    Justin Murray                    OL      6-5       245      Fr.   HS                         Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore
+    30    Aaron Roberson ^ *        DB        75    Kevin Schloemer *                OL      6-7       303      Fr.   RS             Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota West
     88    Adrien Robinson *          TE       76    Austen Bujnoch *                 OL      6-5       274      So.    1L                              Cincinnati, Ohio/Elder
     35    Josh Russ *                TE       77    Sean Hooey                       OL      6-9       298      Jr.    1L                          Litchfield, Mich./Hillsdale
     37    JK Schaffer                LB       78    Parker Ehinger                   OL      6-7       278      Fr.   HS                           Rockford, Mich./Rockford
     75    Kevin Schloemer *          OL       79    Andre Cureton *                  OL      6-6       299      So.    1L                             Indianapolis, Ind./Pike
     63    Dan Sprague *              OL       80    Alex Chisum                     WR       6-3       178      Fr.   HS                     Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek
     48    Matt Staubach ^            TE        81   Tomaz Hilton *                  WR       6-3        211     Sr.   3L                    Youngstown, Ohio/The Rayen
     94    Jordan Stepp *             DL       82    Max Morrison                    WR        6-1      166      Fr.   HS                                Kenton, Ohio/Kenton
     54    Walter Stewart *           DL       83    Danny Milligan *                WR       5-9       172      Jr.    1L                        Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Xavier
+    87    Monte Taylor               DL       84    Orion Woodard *                 WR       6-3       224      Sr.   3L             Pompton Lakes, N.J./Pompton Lakes
     27    Akise Teague              RB        85    Bruce Horner *                  WR        6-1      173      Jr.    1L                        Southfield, Mich./Harrison
     43    Nick Temple                LB       86    Blake Annen *                    TE      6-5       258      So.    1L         Upper Arlington , Ohio/Upper Arlington
     33    Solomon Tentman *          LB   +   87    Jacob Giltrow                   WR       6-0       186      So.   HS                  West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West
       1   Kenbrell Thompkins *      WR    +   87    Monte Taylor                     DL      6-5       266      Sr.    1L   Los Angeles, Calif./ Washington/El Camino CC
     45    Rob Trigg *                DL       88    Adrien Robinson *                TE      6-5       267      Sr.   3L                Indianapolis, Ind./Warren Central
       7   Shaq Washington           WR        89    Demetrius Richardson ^           TE      6-2       241      Jr.    1L                 Marlton, N.J./Cherokee/USMAPS
+     13   Stephen Weatherford       QB        90    Camaron Beard *                  DL      6-5       278      Fr.   RS                       Indianapolis, Ind./Cathedral
     98    Chad West                  DL       91    Adam Dempsey ^                   DL      6-2       260      Jr.   SQ                       Fort Thomas, Ky./Highlands
+    16    Nick West                 QB        92    Silverberry Mouhon               DL      6-4       233      Fr.   HS                              Norcross, Ga./Norcross
     20    Chris Williams            DB        93    Brad Harrah *                    DL      6-5       250      Fr.   RS                    Marion, Ohio/Marion Pleasant
     61    Kirk Willis ^              LS       94    Jordan Stepp *                   DL       6-1      287      So.    1L                     Indianapolis, Ind./Ben Davis
     32    George Winn *             RB        95    Derek Wolfe                      DL      6-5       300      Sr.   3L                          Lisbon, Ohio/Beaver Local
+      8   Adrian Witty *            DB        96    Tom DeTemple *                   LS      6-2       232      Sr.   2L                            Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller
     95    Derek Wolfe                DL       97    Chad Hannah                      DL      6-6       218      Fr.   HS                                 Tampa, Fla./Gaither
     84    Orion Woodard *           WR        98    Chad West                        DL      6-6       240      Fr.   HS                                   Perry, Ohio/Perry
       3   DJ Woods                  WR        99    Dan Giordano *                   DL      6-4       261      Jr.   2L                   Frankfort, Ill./Lincoln-Way East

                                                     + - Duplicate Number; ^-Walk-On; *-Has utilized redshirt year




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DEPTh ChART
OFFENSE                                                                                            DEFENSE
LT 59 Alex Hoffman           6-7 299 Sr. 3L                        Indianapolis, Ind./Cathedral    L     54 Walter Stewart         6-5 244 Jr. 2L                   Ashville, Ohio/Teays Valley
      71 Eric Lefeld         6-6 281 Fr. RS                         Coldwater, Ohio/Coldwater            58 Brandon Mills          5-10 245 Jr. 2L                    Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain

LG    53 Randy Martinez      6-1 290 Sr. 2L                             Teaneck, N.J./Teaneck      T      95 Derek Wolfe           6-5 300 Sr. 3L                    Lisbon, Ohio/Beaver Local
      66 Sean McClellan      6-4 272 So. SQ                           Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller            44 Camaron Beard         6-5 279 Fr. RS                  Indianapolis, Ind./Cathedral

C     72 Evan Davis          6-4 285 Sr. 3L                          Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain     N      40 John Hughes           6-4 305 Sr. 3L                       Gahanna, Ohio/Lincoln
      63 Dan Sprague         6-3 285 So. SQ                      Worthington, Ohio/Kilbourne              94 Jordan Stepp          6-1 273 So. 1L                  Indianapolis, Ind./Ben Davis

RG    76 Austen Bujnoch      6-5 280 So. 1L                              Cincinnati, Ohio/Elder    E      99 Dan Giordano          6-4 260 Jr. 2L              Frankfort, Ill./Lincoln-Way East
      79 Andre Cureton       6-6 301 So. 1L                             Indianapolis, Ind./Pike           45 Rob Trigg             6-3 265 Sr. 3L           Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne

RT    77 Sean Hooey          6-9 300 Jr. 1L                          Litchfield, Mich./Hillsdale   WLB     4 Maalik Bomar          6-2 219 Jr. 2L              Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods
      62 Cory Keebler        6-7 286 Fr. RS                Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota East             57 Clemente Casseus      6-1 205 Fr. HS                     Mirimar, Fla./Everglades

TE    88 Adrien Robinson     6-5 268 Sr. 3L                  Indianapolis, Ind./Warren Central     MLB 37 JK Schaffer              6-1 232 Sr. 3L                       Cincinnati, Ohio/LaSalle
      18 Travis Kelce        6-6 252 Jr. 1L                Cleveland Hts., Ohio/Cleveland Hts.          52 Dwight Jackson          6-1 205 Fr. HS                     Miami, Fla./Miami Central
                                                                                                   -or- 33 Solomon Tentman         6-2 222 Fr. RS                 Cincinnati, Ohio/Roger Bacon
WR    1 Kenbrell Thompkins   6-1 196 Jr. JC            Miami, Fla./Northwestern/El Camino CC
     80 Alex Chisum          6-3 178 Fr. HS                    Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek       SLB 36 Ben Pooler               6-3 232 Sr. TR       Morristown, N.J./Lawrenceville/Maryland
                                                                                                   -or- 43 Nick Temple             5-11 214 Fr. HS           Indianapolis, Ind./Warren Central
WR     6 Anthony McClung     6-0 164 So. 1L                           Indianapolis, Ind./Pike
       7 Shaq Washington     5-9 165 Fr. HS                       Maple Hts., Ohio/Maple Hts.      BC     9 Dominique Battle       5-11 185 Sr. 2L        Boca Raton, Fla./American Heritage
                                                                                                   -or-   11 Deven Drane           5-11 180 So. 1L                Plantation, Fla./Plantation
WR     3 DJ Woods            6-0 178 Sr. 3L                Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville
      84 Orion Woodard       6-3 216 Sr. 3L            Pompton Lakes, N.J./Pompton Lakes           FS     24 Wesley Richardson     6-0 200 Sr. 3L          Columbus, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty
                                                                                                          13 Pat Lambert           6-1 198 Jr. 2L                     St. Cloud, Fla./Osceola
QB    12 Zach Collaros       6-0 223 Sr. 3L                Steubenville, Ohio/Steubenville
       4 Munchie Legaux      6-5 197 So. 1L                    New Orleans, La./Edna Karr          SS     26 Drew Frey             6-3 203 Jr. 2L            Wilmington, Ohio/Clinton-Massie
       8 Jordan Luallen      6-3 215 So. TR            Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove/Ga.Tech               25 Arryn Chenault        6-0 197 So. 1L                   Cincinnati, Ohio/Fairfield

RB   23   Isaiah Pead        5-11   198   Sr.   3L     Columbus, Ohio/Eastmoor Academy             N      20 Chris Williams        5-11 194 Jr. 2L            Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods
     32   George Winn        5-11   195   Jr.   2L     Southfield, Mich./U. of Detroit Jesuit              5 Reuben Johnson        5-10 191 Jr. 2L          Lawnside, N.J./Winslow Township
     22   Jameel Poteat      5-10   202   Fr.   HS         Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt
-or- 27   Akise Teague       5-8    183   Fr.   HS             Youngstown, Ohio/Ursuline           FC     21 Camerron Cheatham     5-9 190 Jr. 2L                    Kalamazoo, Mich./Central
                                                                                                           8 Adrian Witty          5-10 181 So. 1L       Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach


SPECIAL TEAMS
LS     96 Tom DeTemple       6-2 236 Sr. 2L                           Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller     P      34 Pat O’Donnell         6-5 217 Jr. 1L           Lakeworth, Fla./Palm Beach Central
        61 Kirk Willis       6-3 220 Fr. HS                           Granville, Ohio/Granville           29 Shane Popham          6-0 182 Sr. TR       Crestview Hills, Ky./Cov. Cath./Wake Forest

h     34 Pat O’Donnell       6-5 217 Jr. 1L                Lakeworth, Fla./Palm Beach Central      KOR     19 Ralph David Abernathy IV 5-7 160 Fr. HS          Atlanta, Ga./Westminster School
       11 Brendon Kay        6-4 233 Jr. SQ                    Marine City, Mich./Marine City               2 Dyjuan Lewis             6-3 194 Fr. RS                     Indianapolis, Ind./Pike
                                                                                                            6 Anthony McClung          6-0 164 So. 1L                    Indianapolis, Ind./Pike
PK    14 Tony Miliano        6-2 200 Fr. RS                            North Bend, Ohio/Elder
      29 Shane Popham        6-0 182 Sr. TR          Crestview Hills, Ky./Cov. Cath./Wake Forest   PR       3 DJ Woods             6-0 178 Sr. 3L               Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville
                                                                                                           83 Danny Milligan       5-9 172 Jr. 1L                   Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Xavier
KO    34 Pat O’Donnell       6-5 217 Jr. 1L                Lakeworth, Fla./Palm Beach Central
      14 Tony Miliano        6-2 200 Fr. RS                           North Bend, Ohio/Elder

PRONOUNCIATIONS
PLAYERS                                                        PLAYERS                                                            PLAYERS
Blake Annen                                      ANN-in        Munchie Legaux                                           LAY-go    Akise Teague                                         UH-kees
Arryn Chenault                                   sha-NO        Dyjuan Lewis                                          DUH-wan      Orion Woodard                                       OH-rye-in
Austen Bujnoch                             BOOJ-knock          Roney Lozano                                row-NEY luh-ZAH-no
Clemente Casseus               cluh-MEN-tay CASS-ee-us         Colin Lozier                                          LOW-zhur     COACHES
Zach Collaros                                ko-LAH-ris        Jordan Luallen                                         lou-AL-in   Mike Bajakian                                 buh-JAY-key-in
Parker Ehinger                                   EIN-ger       Innocent Macha                                           MA-cha    Kerry Coombs                                          combs
Drew Frey                                            Fry       Mitch Meador                                          MEH-door     John Jancek                                         JAN-sick
Dan Giordano                            GEE-or-dah-no          Tony Miliano                                    mil-eee-AHH-no     Mike Szerszen                                       sir-SHIN
Tomaz Hilton                                   TOE-maz         Silverberry Mouhon                                     MOO-hon     T.J. Weist                                            WEEST
Travis Kelce                                    KEL-see        Trenier Orr                                          TRUH-neer
Eric Lefeld                                     LAY-feld       Kevin Schloemer                                       SHLO-mer

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                                                                                                            BUTCh JONES        hEAD FOOTBALL COACh
                                                                                          FIFTH SEASON OVERALL » SECOND AT CINCINNATI » FERRIS STATE ‘90

       Butch Jones, named the head coach at the University of Cincinnati on Dec. 16, 2009, is in his second season with the Bearcats.                                      THE BUTCH JONES FILE
       Since arriving in Cincinnati, Jones has made an immediate impact, building a staff of championship-level coaches and teach-              PERSONAL INFORMATION
  ers, as well as an atmosphere of competition and family, while also overseeing an academic program of great success. The team’s               Date of Birth: Jan. 17, 1968 in Saugatuck, Mich.
  GPA has stayed consistently at a 2.7 or above since Jones’ arrival. In the winter 2010 quarter, 37 players achieved a GPA of 3.0 or           High School: Saugatuck (Mich.)
  above with 13 between a 3.5 and 4.0. Nineteen players were named Academic All-BIG EAST and John Goebel earned the 2010                        Education: Ferris State (1990)
  American Eagle Outfitters BIG EAST Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. UC was honored with the 2010-11 BIG EAST Team                  Wife: Barb
  Academic Excellence Award.                                                                                                                    Children: Alex, Adam, Andrew
       In 2010, the Bearcats led the BIG EAST in scoring offense (27.1 ppg), total offense (417.3 ypg), passing offense (260.7 ypg), first
  downs (21.9 pg), third-down conversions (45.6 pct.) and touchdown passes (27). Wide receiver Armon Binns and quarterback                      hEAD COACh YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD
  Zach Collaros were both First-Team all-BIG EAST selections while five other teammates earned all-BIG EAST honors.                             Year        School                                                     Overall ...........Conference
       In four years as a collegiate head coach, Jones holds a 31-21 mark, a 22-8 record in conference play, three bowl appearances,            2007        Central Michigan                                              8-6 ...........................6-1
  and a pair of league championships.                                                                                                                       MAC Champions, Motor City Bowl
       Prior to leading the Bearcats, Jones spent three seasons at Central Michigan University, leading the Chippewas to a pair of              2008        Central Michigan                                                8-5 .......................... 6-2
  Mid-American Conference Championships and three-straight bowl appearances from 2007-09.                                                                   Motor City Bowl
       At Central Michigan, Jones continued that program’s renaissance, going 27-13 over the past three seasons, including a 22-3               2009        Central Michigan                                               11-2 ..........................8-0
  mark in league games, winning a pair of MAC Championships (2007, 2009), playing in three-straight bowl games, and earning a                               MAC Champions, Motor City Bowl
  postseason ranking of No. 23 in 2009. He is the only coach in CMU history to lead the team to consecutive bowl games and is the               2010        Cincinnati                                                    4-8 ........................... 2-5
  first in MAC history to do it in his first three seasons as head coach.                                                                       2011        Cincinnati                                                     3-1 ...........................0-0
       Jones coached 32 all-MAC performers, including two-time MAC Offensive Player of the Year and 2009 MAC Vern Smith                         TOTALS                                                                  34-22 .................... 22-8
  Leadership Award winner Dan LeFevour, and two-time MAC Special Teams Player of the Year Antonio Brown. Under his tutelage,
  13 student-athletes earned Academic all-MAC accolades.                                                                                        COAChING EXPERIENCE
       LeFevour had an NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Record 148 career touchdowns (101 passing, 46 rushing and one receiving).                 Years       Position                                                                              Team
  His 101 career passing TDs, are the most in MAC history.                                                                                      1987-89     Intern .........................................................Tampa Bay Buccaneers
       CMU was 22-3 against MAC opponents during Jones’ tenure, including victories in the 2007 and 2009 MAC Championship                       1990-92     Graduate Assistant ..............................................................Rutgers
  Games. The Chippewas were 12-1 in MAC road games under Jones and earned two-straight wins over Big Ten teams.                                 1993-94     Offensive Coordinator ...........................................................Wilkes
       In 2007, Jones became only the ninth first-year head coach to lead his team to a Mid-American Conference championship. The               1995        Running Backs ...............................................................Ferris State
  Chippewas’ eight victories marked the second-most of any CMU coach in his debut season, and Jones was one of three first-year                 1996-97     Offensive Coordinator ...................................................Ferris State
  head coaches nationwide to coach in a bowl game.                                                                                              1998        Tight Ends .............................................................Central Michigan
       A native of Michigan and a former offensive coordinator at CMU, Jones returned to Mount Pleasant after spending the 2005 and             1999        Wide Receivers .....................................................Central Michigan
  2006 seasons as an assistant coach under Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia University.                                                          2000        Running Backs ......................................................Central Michigan
       Jones spent a total of 11 seasons as an assistant at the Division I-A level. He served as the offensive coordinator at three different   2001-03     Offensive Coordinator ..........................................Central Michigan
  schools, spanning eight seasons, and worked directly with 24 all-conference selections in 15 years as a full-time position coach.             2004        Running Backs ......................................................Central Michigan
       A 1990 graduate of Ferris State University where he was a two-year letterman on the football team, Jones broke into the                  2005-06     Wide Receivers .......................................................... West Virginia
  coaching ranks while still an undergraduate by serving as intern for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1987-89.                                   2007-09     Head Coach ...........................................................Central Michigan
       Jones, 42, and his wife Barb are the parents of three children: Alex, Adam, and Andrew.                                                  2010-       Head Coach ......................................................................Cincinnati

           ASSISTANT COAChES ON GAMEDAY                                                                                                                              JONES VS. ALL OPPONENTS
                                                                                                                                                Akron ......................3-0     Georgia ....................0-1          Rutgers ................... 1-0
                                                                                                                                                Alcorn State ............ 1-0       Indiana.................... 1-0          Syracuse...................0-1
SIDELINE




                                                                                                                                                Arizona.....................0-1     Indiana State .......... 1-0             Temple .................... 1-0
                                                                                                                                                Army ....................... 1-0    Kansas......................0-1          Tennessee ............... 1-0
                                                                                                                                                Austin Peay ............ 1-0        Kent State ............... 1-0           Toledo .....................3-0
                                                                                                                                                Ball State .................2-1     Louisville ................. 1-0         USF ...........................0-1
             KERRY COOMBS             JOhN JANCEK          DAVE JOhNSON      DON MAhONEY           STEVE STRIPLING            TJ WEIST          Boston College ........0-1          Miami (OH) .............2-0              West Virginia ...........0-1
             Defensive Backs           Linebackers           Tight Ends       Offensive Line         Defensive Line         Wide Receivers
                                                                                                                                                Bowling Green........ 1-0           Michigan State........ 1-0               Western Michigan ..3-0
                                                                                                                                                Buffalo ....................2-0     NC State ....................1-1
                                                                                                                                                Clemson ...................0-1      North Dakota St.......0-1
BOOTh




                                                                                                                                                Connecticut..............0-1        Northern Illinois .....3-0
                                                                                                                                                Eastern Illinois ........ 1-0       Ohio.........................2-0
                                                                                                                                                Eastern Michigan.....1-2            Oklahoma ................0-1
                                                                                                                                                Florida Atlantic ........0-1        Pittsburgh................0-1
             MIKE BAJAKIAN             TIM BANKS           MARK ELDER
           Offensive Coordinator   Defensive Coordinator   Running Backs
                                                                                                                                                Fresno State.............0-1        Purdue ....................0-3

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2011 STATISTICS
DATE           OPPONENT                          UC OPP                ATT         BIG EAST      OVERALL         ATTENDANCE                                                                     76704                      94207
09/03          AUSTIN PEAY                       72      10         23,282              0-0          1-0          Games/Avg Per Game                                                          3/25568                    1/94207
09/10          at Tennessee                      23      45         94,207              0-0           1-1         Neutral Site Games                                                                                         0/0
09/17          AKRON                             59      14         24,991              0-0           2-1
09/22          NC STATE                          44      14          28,431             0-0           3-1        SCORE BY QUARTERS                               1st           2nd               3rd         4th          TOTAL
10/01          at Miami (OH)                                                                                     Cincinnati                                      62             66                33          37            198
10/15          LOUISVILLE *^                                                                                     Opponents                                        14             21               24          24             83
10/22          USF *
11/05          at Pittsburgh *                                                                                   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
11/12          WEST VIRGINIA *^                                                                                  PASSING                  G     Effic      Cmp-Att-Int                  Pct      Yds    TD         Lng    Avg/G
11/19          at Rutgers *                                                                                      COLLAROS, Zach           4   156.85          68-103-1                66.0       784     9          50     196.0
11/26          at Syracuse *                                                                                     LEGAUX, Munchie          4   144.63             5-7-0                 71.4       61     0          25       15.2
12/03          CONNECTICUT *                                                                                     LUALLEN, Jordan          2     0.00             0-1-0                 0.0         0     0           0        0.0
* - BIG EAST Conference Game; ^-Played at Paul Brown Stadium                                                       TOTAL                  4   154.67          73-111-1                65.8      845      9          50      211.2
                                                                                                                   OPPONENTS              4   142.61         95-140-8                 67.9      1122     8          87    280.5
TEAM STATISTICS                                                   Cincinnati                    Opponent
SCORING                                                                    198                             83    RUSHING                 GP   Att       Gain           Loss            Net     Avg      TD     Long       Avg/G
 Points Per Game                                                         49.5                          20.8      PEAD, Isaiah             4    54        434             10            424      7.9      5       65        106.0
FIRST DOWNS                                                                 94                            80     POTEAT, Jameel           4    20         103             0            103      5.2      1        13        25.8
 Rushing                                                                    46                             27    COLLAROS, Zach           4    23         119            26             93      4.0      3        14        23.2
 Passing                                                                    40                            48     WINN, George             4    16           71            0              71     4.4      1         9         17.8
 Penalty                                                                      8                              5   LUALLEN, Jordan          2     9          53             0             53      5.9      1         11       26.5
RUSHING YARDAGE                                                            957                           357     FEARING, Adam            2     7          46             0             46      6.6      1        14        23.0
 Yards gained rushing                                                    1026                           468      TEAGUE, Akise            2     8          42             0             42      5.2      1       20         21.0
 Yards lost rushing                                                         69                             111   LEGAUX, Munchie          4     8          41              3            38      4.8      1       22           9.5
 Rushing Attempts                                                          166                           126     ABERNATHY, RD            4     9          38              7             31     3.4      0       10           7.8
 Average Per Rush                                                           5.8                          2.8     WOODS, DJ                4     1          24             0             24     24.0      0       24          6.0
 Average Per Game                                                       239.2                          89.2      KAY, Brendon             2     3          23              1            22      7.3      0        16         11.0
 TDs Rushing                                                                 14                              3   KING, Anthony            4     7          32            20             12       1.7     0         11         3.0
PASSING YARDAGE                                                           845                           1122       TOTAL                  4   166       1026             69            957      5.8     14       65        239.2
 Comp-Att-Int                                                        73-111-1                     95-140-8         OPPONENTS              4   126        468             111           357      2.8      3        31        89.2
 Average Per Pass                                                           7.6                          8.0
 Average Per Catch                                                         11.6                          11.8    RECEIVING                                 G           No.             Yds     Avg      TD     Long       Avg/G
 Average Per Game                                                        211.2                        280.5      WOODS, DJ                                 4            21             254      12.1     1       50          63.5
 TDs Passing                                                                  9                             8    MCCLUNG, A.                               4            17              217    12.8      3       33         54.2
TOTAL OFFENSE                                                            1802                          1479      THOMPKINS, K.                             4            14              176    12.6      2       44         44.0
 Total Plays                                                               277                          266      PEAD, Isaiah                              4             6               49     8.2      1       25          12.2
 Average Per Play                                                           6.5                           5.6    CHISUM, Alex                              4             4               63    15.8      0       25          15.8
 Average Per Game                                                       450.5                         369.8      ROBINSON, A.                              4             3               30    10.0      2        15          7.5
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                                                 13-269                        29-606       WASHINGTON, S.                            4             3               14     4.7      0         8          3.5
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                                                    7-62                            2-6     KELCE, Travis                             3             2               19     9.5      0        13          6.3
INT RETURNS: #-Yards                                                     8-151                           1--1    MILLIGAN, Danny                           3             1               15    15.0      0        15          5.0
KICK RETURN AVERAGE                                                       20.7                         20.9      WOODARD, Orion                            4             1               12    12.0      0        12          3.0
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE                                                         8.9                          3.0     ABERNATHY, RD                             4             1               -4    -4.0      0         0         -1.0
INT RETURN AVERAGE                                                        18.9                          -1.0       TOTAL                                   4            73             845     11.6      9       50         211.2
FUMBLES-LOST                                                                5-1                        10-8        OPPONENTS                               4            95             1122    11.8      8       87        280.5
PENALTIES-Yards                                                        14-143                       30-239
 Average Per Game                                                         35.8                         59.8
PUNTS-Yards                                                            9-428                         17-677
 Average Per Punt                                                         47.6                         39.8
 Net punt average                                                         44.7                         35.0
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                                                 28:19                          31:41
3RD-DOWN Conversions                                                    25/48                         21/53
 3rd-Down Pct                                                             52%                          40%
4TH-DOWN Conversions                                                       2/5                           2/4
 4th-Down Pct                                                            40%                           50%
SACKS BY-Yards                                                           11-72                         3-25
MISC YARDS                                                                    0                             0
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                                                            26                             11
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS                                                       6-8                           2-3
ON-SIDE KICKS                                                             0-0                              1-1
RED-ZONE SCORES                                                (22-23) 96%                     (9-10) 90%
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS                                             (18-23) 78%                     (7-10) 70%
PAT-ATTEMPTS                                                   (24-25) 96%                    (11-11) 100%

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                                                                                                                                                                                      2011 STATISTICS
                                        |------ PATs ------|                                    FIELD GOALS       FGM-FGA          Pct        01-19      20-29       30-39     40-49      50+     Lg    Blk
SCORING           TD    FGs     Kick         Rush Rcv Pass           DXP        Saf   Points    MILIANO, Tony         6-8         75.0         0-0         3-3          1-1      2-4      0-0     48      2
MILIANO, Tony      0    6-8    21-22          0-0      0 0-0           0          0       39
PEAD, Isaiah        6   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0       36    FG SEQUENCE             CINCINNATI                OPPONENTS
COLLAROS, Zach      3   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-1           0          0       18    Austin Peay                     (39)                     (21)
MCCLUNG, A.         3   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0       18    Tennessee                    47,(23)                  43,(37)
THOMPKINS, K.       2   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0        12   Akron                        43,(47)                        -
ROBINSON, A.        2   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0        12   NC State              (26),(48),(22)                        -
WOODS, DJ           1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6
POTEAT, Jameel      1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6   PUNTING               No.           Yds          Avg          Long        TB   FC       I20     50+    Blkd
WINN, George        1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6   O’DONNELL, Pat          9           428          47.6           76         1    1         6       4       0
LEGAUX, Munchie     1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6     TOTAL                 9           428          47.6           76         1    1         6       4       0
BOMAR, Maalik       1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6     OPPONENTS            17           677          39.8           52         1    6         1       1       0
FEARING, Adam       1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6
CHEATHAM, C.        1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6   KICKOFFS                    No.        Yds            Avg            TB        OB      Retn     Net YdLn
BATTLE, D.          1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6   MILIANO, Tony                18       1158            64.3            2         2
LUALLEN, Jordan     1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6   O’DONNELL, Pat               16      1056             66.0            2         1
TEAGUE, Akise       1   0-0      0-0          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         6   POPHAM, Shane                 2         115            57.5           0         0
POPHAM, Shane      0    0-0      3-3          0-0      0 0-0           0          0         3     TOTAL                      36      2329             64.7            4         3      606      45.6    24
  TOTAL           26    6-8   24-25           0-0      0 0-1           0         0       198      OPPONENTS                  16      1001             62.6            2         1      269      43.2    26
  OPPONENTS        11   2-3     11-11         0-0      0 0-0           0         0        83
                                                                                                ALL PURPOSE                               G      Rush          Rec        PR   KOR       IR Tot Avg/G
PUNT RETURNS                  No.            Yds            Avg            TD          Long     PEAD, Isaiah                              4       424           49         0      0       0 473 118.2
WOODS, DJ                       5             34             6.8            0            24     WOODS, DJ                                 4        24          254        34      0       0 312   78.0
MILLIGAN, DANNY                 2             28            14.0            0            16     MCCLUNG, A.                               4         0          217         0      0       0 217   54.2
 TOTAL                          7             62             8.9            0            24     ABERNATHY, RD                             4         31          -4         0    174       0 201 50.2
 OPPONENTS                      2              6             3.0            0             6     THOMPKINS, K.                             4         0          176         0      0       0 176 44.0
                                                                                                POTEAT, Jameel                            4       103            0         0     28       0   131 32.8
INTERCEPTIONS                 No.            Yds            Avg            TD          Long     COLLAROS, Zach                            4        93            0         0      0       0   93  23.2
SCHAFFER, JK                    3             41             13.7           0            16     FEARING, Adam                             2        46            0         0     25       0    71 35.5
DRANE, Deven                    1              0             0.0            0              0    WINN, George                              4         71           0         0      0       0    71  17.8
BATTLE, D.                      1             36            36.0            1            36     CHISUM, Alex                              4         0           63         0      0       0   63  15.8
CHEATHAM, C.                    1             53            53.0            1            53     CHEATHAM, C.                              4         0            0         0      0      53    53 13.2
FREY, Drew                      1              0             0.0            0              0    LUALLEN, Jordan                           2        53            0         0      0       0    53 26.5
ROBERSON, Aaron                 1             21            21.0            0             21    MILLIGAN, Danny                           3         0           15        28      0       0   43  14.3
                                                                                                TEAGUE, Akise                             2        42            0         0      0       0   42  21.0
KICK RETURNS                  No.            Yds             Avg           TD          Long     SCHAFFER, JK                              4         0            0         0      0      41    41 10.2
ABERNATHY, RD                   7             174           24.9            0            60     LEGAUX, Munchie                           4        38            0         0      0       0   38    9.5
FEARING, Adam                   2              25            12.5           0             17    BATTLE, D.                                3         0            0         0      0      36   36  12.0
LEWIS, Dyjuan                   2              22            11.0           0            22     ROBINSON, A.                              4         0           30         0      0       0   30    7.5
DRANE, Deven                    1              20           20.0            0            20     KAY, Brendon                              2        22            0         0      0       0   22   11.0
POTEAT, Jameel                  1              28           28.0            0            28     LEWIS, Dyjuan                             4         0            0         0     22       0   22    5.5
  TOTAL                        13            269            20.7            0            60     ROBERSON, Aaron                           4         0            0         0      0      21    21   5.2
  OPPONENTS                    29            606            20.9            0            42     DRANE, Deven                              4         0            0         0     20       0   20    5.0
                                                                                                KELCE, Travis                             3         0           19         0      0       0    19   6.3
FUMBLE RETURNS                No.            Yds             Avg           TD          Long     WASHINGTON, S.                            4         0           14         0      0       0    14   3.5
BOMAR, Maalik                   1             54            54.0            1            54     WOODARD, Orion                            4         0           12         0      0       0    12   3.0
  TOTAL                         1             54            54.0            1            54     KING, Anthony                             4        12            0         0      0       0    12   3.0
  OPPONENTS                    0               0             0.0            0             0       TOTAL                                   4       957         845         62   269      151 2284 571.0
                                                                                                  OPPONENTS                               4       357         1122         6   606       -1 2090 522.5
TOTAL OFFENSE             G         Plays           Rush      Pass         Total      Avg/G
COLLAROS, Zach            4            126            93       784           877       219.2
PEAD, Isaiah              4             54           424         0          424        106.0
POTEAT, Jameel            4             20           103         0           103        25.8
LEGAUX, Munchie           4             15            38        61            99        24.8
WINN, George              4             16             71        0             71        17.8
LUALLEN, Jordan           2             10            53         0            53        26.5
FEARING, Adam             2              7            46         0            46        23.0
TEAGUE, Akise             2              8            42         0            42        21.0
ABERNATHY, RD             4              9             31        0             31         7.8
WOODS, DJ                 4              1            24         0            24         6.0
KAY, Brendon              2              3            22         0            22         11.0
KING, Anthony             4              7            12         0            12          3.0
  TOTAL                   4           277            957       845         1802       450.5
  OPPONENTS               4           266            357      1122         1479       369.8


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2011 STATISTICS
                                 |-------Tackles-------|                     |-Sacks-|      |---Pass Def---|                |-Fumbles-|       Blkd
DEFENSE                 GP-GS    Solo       Ast     Total       TFL/Yds       No-Yards     Int-Yds       BrUp      QBH    Rcv-Yds       FF     Kick    Saf
37    SCHAFFER, JK        4-4       10       18        28          1.0-0               .      3-41            3       .           .       .        .     .
21    CHEATHAM, C.        4-4       16        7        23                .             .      1-53            1       .           .       .        .     .
24    RICHARDSON, W.      4-4       12        7        19                .             .           .           .      .           .      1         .     .
26    FREY, Drew          4-4        11       7        18                .             .        1-0           1       .           .       .        .     .
20    WILLIAMS, Chris      4-1       5        8        13          2.0-9          1.0-8            .           .      .        1-0        .        .     .
95    WOLFE, Derek        4-4        9        4        13         5.5-24         4.0-21            .           .      .        1-0       2         .     .
54    STEWART, Walter     4-4        6        7        13          3.0-9               .           .          2      1            .      1         .     .
40 HUGHES, John            3-3       5        8        13          2.5-2               .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
4D BOMAR, Maalik          4-3        5        7        12          0.5-2               .           .          1      1       2-54         .        .     .
9     BATTLE, D.           3-2       8        4        12           1.5-3              .      1-36             .      .           .      1         .     .
36    POOLER, Ben         4-2        6        5         11           1.0-1             .           .           .      .       2-0         .        .     .
99    GIORDANO, Dan       4-4         3       6         9         3.0-25         2.0-23            .          1       .        1-0       1         .     .
94    STEPP, Jordan        4-1        3       6         9           1.5-3          0.5-1           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
87    TAYLOR, Monte       4-0        2        6         8          1.5-17         0.5-3            .           .      .           .      1         .     .
8D WITTY, Adrian          4-0         7       1         8                .             .           .          1       .           .      1         .     .
13    LAMBERT, Pat        4-0        5        3         8                .             .           .          1       .           .       .        .     .
57    CASSEUS, C.         2-0        5        3         8          2.0-2               .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
43    TEMPLE, Nick         4-1       5        2          7               .             .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
1D    DRANE, Deven        4-2        5        2          7          1.0-2              .        1-0           5       .        1-0        .        .     .
52    JACKSON, Dwight     3-0        4        2         6            1.0-1             .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
58    MILLS, Brandon      3-0        4        1         5         2.0-12         2.0-12            .           .      .           .       .        .     .
31    HALEY, Reuben       4-0        2        3         5                .             .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
25    CHENAULT, Arryn     4-0        2        3         5                .             .           .          1       .           .       .        .     .
84    WOODARD, Orion      4-0         1       3         4                .             .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
46    MEADOR, Mitch       4-0         1       3         4          0.5-4          0.5-4            .           .      .           .       .        .     .
5     JOHNSON, Reuben     2-0         1       3         4          0.5-2               .           .           .      .           .       .        .     .
90 BEARD, Camaron         3-0        2        2         4                .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
30    ROBERSON, Aaron     4-0        2        1         3                .             .       1-21           .       .           .       .        .     .
32    WINN, George        4-0         1       2         3                .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
93    HARRAH, Brad        4-0        2        .         2            1.0-1             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
33    TENTMAN, S.         3-0         1       1         2                .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
85    HORNER, Bruce       4-0        2        .         2                .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
81    HILTON, Tomaz       3-0         1       1         2                .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
14    MILIANO, Tony       4-0         1       .          1               .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
45    TRIGG, Rob          4-0         .       1          1         0.5-0          0.5-0            .          .       .           .       .        .     .
49    KING, Anthony       4-0         1       .          1               .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
5D HANCOCK, Steve         3-0         .       1          1          0.5-1              .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
3     WOODS, DJ           4-4         1       .          1               .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
39    BEAL, Demitri       4-0         1       .          1               .             .           .          .       .           .       .        .     .
      TOTAL               4-0     158      138       296         32-120           11-72      8-151           17      2       8-54        8         .     .
      OPPONENTS           4-0     163      136       299        19.0-58            3-25        1--1          11      8        1-0        3        2      .




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                                                                                                          INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSE
PASSING
#12 COLLAROS, Zach          Att     Comp           Int       Pct     Yards     TD    Long   Sack   Yds         Effic
Austin Peay                  19        12            0     63.2        134      4      34      0     0        191.9
Tennessee                    34        21            0      61.8       230      2      46      2    17       138.0
Akron                        16        10            0     62.5         157     1      50      0     0       165.5
NC State                     34        25            1      73.5       263      2      44      1     8       152.0
TOTALS                      103       68             1     66.0        784      9      50      3    25       156.9

#4 LEGAUX, Munchie          Att     Comp           Int       Pct      Yards    TD    Long   Sack   Yds        Effic
Austin Peay                   3        2             0      66.7         40     0      25      0     0        178.7
Akron                         4        3             0      75.0          21    0       8      0     0         119.1
TOTALS                        7        5             0      71.4         61     0      25      0     0       144.6

#8 LUALLEN, Jordan          Att     Comp           Int       Pct      Yards    TD    Long   Sack   Yds        Effic
Akron                         1        0             0       0.0          0     0       0      0     0         0.0
TOTALS                        1        0             0       0.0          0     0       0      0     0         0.0

RUShING
PLAYER               No-Yds/TD       APSU       TENN        AKR       NCSU     MIA   LOU    USF    PITT       WVU      RUT   SYR   CONN
PEAD, Isaiah          54-424/5      7-87/2    14-155/1    6-15/1    27-167/1
POTEAT, Jameel         20-103/1    4-30/0       4-9/0    10-55/1      2-9/0
COLLAROS, Zach         23-93/3     5-25/0        7-1/0     2-15/1    9-52/2
WINN, George             16-71/1   6-33/0        1-1/0     3-17/1   6-20/0
LUALLEN, Jordan          9-53/1     4-36/1        DNP     5-17/0        DNP
FEARING, Adam            7-46/1    6-43/1         DNP      1-3/0        DNP
TEAGUE, Akise            8-42/1      2-13/1       DNP    6-29/0         DNP
LEGAUX, Munchie          8-38/1     5-36/1           -     3-2/0           -
ABERNATHY, RD            9-31/0    4-26/0            -    4-11/0     1--6/0
WOODS, DJ                1-24/0    1-24/0            -          -          -
KAY, Brendon            3-22/0     3-22/0         DNP           -       DNP
KING, Anthony             7-12/0    2-12/0           -    5-0/0            -

RECEIVING
PLAYER               No-Yds/TD       APSU       TENN        AKR       NCSU     MIA   LOU    USF    PITT       WVU      RUT   SYR   CONN
WOODS, DJ              21-254/1    4-59/1     9-111/0    2-62/0     6-22/0
MCCLUNG, A.             17-217/3   3-48/2      5-33/1    3-42/0     6-94/0
THOMPKINS, K.          14-176/2    2-20/1     4-58/0     3-26/0      5-72/1
CHISUM, Alex             4-63/0    1-25/0            -     1-8/0    2-30/0
PEAD, Isaiah             6-49/1     1-10/0     2-15/0           -    3-24/1
ROBINSON, A.             3-30/2           -     1-13/1     1-15/1     1-2/0
KELCE, Travis             2-19/0       DNP           -          -    2-19/0
MILLIGAN, Danny           1-15/0    1-15/0       DNP            -         -
WASHINGTON, S.            3-14/0      1-1/0          -    2-13/0          -
WOODARD, Orion            1-12/0          -          -    1-12/0          -
ABERNATHY, RD            1--4/0    1--4/0            -          -         -




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INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE
TOTAL TACKLES
PLAYER            UA-A      TOT    APSU     TENN     AKR      NCSU     MIA   LOU   USF   PITT   WVU   RUT   SYR   CONN
SCHAFFER, JK      10-18      28       2-1     6-6    0-4        2-7
CHEATHAM, C.       16-7      23      2-0      5-4    4-0        5-3
RICHARDSON, W.     12-7      19       2-1     6-3     0-1       4-2
FREY, Drew          11-7     18      3-0      3-4     3-0       2-3
WILLIAMS, Chris     5-8      13      2-0      2-3      1-2      0-3
HUGHES, John        5-8      13      2-0      2-6    DNP        1-2
STEWART, Walter     6-7      13      2-0      4-3     0-2       0-2
WOLFE, Derek        9-4      13      3-0      2-2      2-1       2-1
BOMAR, Maalik       5-7      12      0-3      4-2      1-2         -
BATTLE, D.          8-4      12     DNP       4-2      3-1       1-1
POOLER, Ben         6-5       11      4-1     0-3      2-1         -
STEPP, Jordan       3-6       9      2-0      1-0    0-4        0-2
GIORDANO, Dan       3-6       9         -      1-3      1-1     1-2
WITTY, Adrian        7-1      8     4-0       2-0       1-1        -
CASSEUS, C.         5-3       8      3-0     DNP      2-3      DNP
TAYLOR, Monte       2-6       8      1-0      0-1     0-3       1-2
LAMBERT, Pat        5-3       8      2-0      1-0      2-1      0-2
DRANE, Deven        5-2        7     2-0      0-1     2-0        1-1
TEMPLE, Nick        5-2        7    4-0          -    0-2       1-0
JACKSON, Dwight     4-2       6      3-0     DNP        1-1     0-1
CHENAULT, Arryn     2-3       5      1-0         -     1-3         -
MILLS, Brandon       4-1      5     DNP       1-0         -      3-1
HALEY, Reuben       2-3       5      1-0         -    0-2        1-1
MEADOR, Mitch        1-3      4      1-0         -    0-2       0-1
BEARD, Camaron      2-2       4      2-0     DNP      0-1       0-1
WOODARD, Orion       1-3      4         -     0-1     1-0       0-2
JOHNSON, Reuben      1-3      4     DNP      DNP        1-1     0-2
ROBERSON, Aaron      2-1       3     1-0         -    0-1       1-0
WINN, George         1-2       3        -        -      1-1     0-1
HORNER, Bruce       2-0       2         -     1-0     1-0          -
HILTON, Tomaz         1-1     2         -    DNP          -      1-1
HARRAH, Brad        2-0       2      2-0         -        -        -
TENTMAN, S.           1-1     2      1-0     DNP      0-1          -
TRIGG, Rob           0-1       1        -        -        -     0-1
BEAL, Demitri       1-0        1     1-0         -        -        -
HANCOCK, Steve       0-1       1        -    DNP          -     0-1
MILIANO, Tony       1-0        1     1-0         -        -        -
KING, Anthony       1-0        1        -        -    1-0          -
WOODS, DJ           1-0        1        -        -        -     1-0




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                                                                                                               INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE
SACKS
PLAYER               UA-A      TOT        APSU         TENN         AKR      NCSU     MIA   LOU   USF   PITT    WVU    RUT    SYR   CONN
WOLFE, Derek          4-0      4.0        1.0-6           -       2.0-9      1.0-6
MILLS, Brandon        2-0      2.0         DNP            -            -    2.0-12
GIORDANO, Dan         2-0      2.0            -           -       1.0-16     1.0-7
WILLIAMS, Chris        1-0      1.0       1.0-8           -            -         -
STEPP, Jordan          0-1     0.5            -           -            -     0.5-1
TAYLOR, Monte          0-1     0.5            -           -            -     0.5-3
TRIGG, Rob             0-1     0.5            -           -            -    0.5-0
MEADOR, Mitch          0-1     0.5            -           -            -    0.5-4

TACKLES FOR A LOSS
PLAYER               UA-A      TOT        APSU         TENN         AKR      NCSU     MIA   LOU   USF   PITT    WVU    RUT    SYR   CONN
WOLFE, Derek           5-1      5.5       1.0-6         1.5-3     2.0-9      1.0-6
STEWART, Walter       2-2      3.0             -       2.5-8            -     0.5-1
GIORDANO, Dan         2-2      3.0             -        0.5-1     1.0-16      1.5-8
HUGHES, John           1-3      2.5            -       1.0-0        DNP       1.5-2
WILLIAMS, Chris       2-0      2.0        2.0-9             -           -         -
CASSEUS, C.           2-0      2.0         1.0-1        DNP         1.0-1      DNP
MILLS, Brandon        2-0      2.0         DNP              -           -   2.0-12
BATTLE, D.              1-1     1.5        DNP          0.5-1           -     1.0-2
TAYLOR, Monte           1-1     1.5            -            -           -    1.5-17
STEPP, Jordan           1-1     1.5       1.0-2             -           -     0.5-1
POOLER, Ben            1-0      1.0            -            -       1.0-1         -
HARRAH, Brad           1-0      1.0        1.0-1            -           -         -
SCHAFFER, JK          0-2       1.0            -       0.5-0            -   0.5-0
JACKSON, Dwight        1-0      1.0        1.0-1        DNP             -         -
DRANE, Deven           1-0      1.0       1.0-2             -           -         -
TRIGG, Rob             0-1     0.5             -            -           -   0.5-0
MEADOR, Mitch          0-1     0.5             -            -           -   0.5-4
JOHNSON, Reuben        0-1     0.5         DNP          DNP             -    0.5-2
HANCOCK, Steve         0-1     0.5             -        DNP             -     0.5-1
BOMAR, Maalik          0-1     0.5             -       0.5-2            -         -

INT RETURNS          TOTAL       APSU          TENN             AKR         NCSU      MIA   LOU   USF   PITT    WVU    RUT    SYR   CONN
SCHAFFER, JK           3-41        1-11           -              1-14        1-16
FREY, Drew               1-0          -           -                 -         1-0
ROBERSON, Aaron         1-21      1-21            -                 -           -
CHEATHAM, C.           1-53           -           -             1-53            -
DRANE, Deven             1-0          -           -               1-0           -
BATTLE, D.             1-36       DNP             -             1-36            -

FUMBLE RETURNS       TOTAL       APSU          TENN             AKR         NCSU      MIA   LOU   USF   PITT    WVU    RUT    SYR   CONN
BOMAR, Maalik         1-54          -             -             1-54           -

FUMBLES FORCED       TOTAL       APSU          TENN             AKR         NCSU      MIA   LOU   USF   PITT    WVU    RUT    SYR   CONN
WOLFE, Derek             2          1             -               1            -
WITTY, Adrian            1          1             -               -            -
BATTLE, D.               1        DNP             1               -            -
GIORDANO, Dan            1          -             -               1            -
RICHARDSON, W.           1          -             -               -            1
TAYLOR, Monte            1          1             -               -            -
STEWART, Walter          1          -              1              -            -

FUMBLES RECOVERED    TOTAL       APSU          TENN             AKR         NCSU      MIA   LOU   USF   PITT    WVU    RUT    SYR   CONN
POOLER, Ben              2          1             1               -            -
BOMAR, Maalik            2          1             -               1            -
WOLFE, Derek             1          -             1               -            -
DRANE, Deven             1          -             -               -            1
GIORDANO, Dan            1          -             -               1            -
WILLIAMS, Chris          1          1             -               -            -

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INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME ALL-PURPOSE/SPECIAL TEAMS
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS   TOTAL    APSU     TENN     AKR     NCSU    MIA   LOU   USF   PITT   WVU   RUT   SYR   CONN
PEAD, Isaiah          473      97       170      15      191
WOODS, DJ             312      89        111    86        26
MCCLUNG, A.           217      48        33     42       94
ABERNATHY, RD         201      82        65       11      43
THOMPKINS, K.         176      20        58     26        72
POTEAT, Jameel         131     58          9    55         9
COLLAROS, Zach         93      25          1     15       52
FEARING, Adam           71      51     DNP      20      DNP
WINN, George            71     33          1     17      20
CHISUM, Alex           63      25          -      8       30
CHEATHAM, C.            53        -        -    53         -
LUALLEN, Jordan         53     36      DNP       17     DNP
MILLIGAN, Danny        43       15     DNP      28         -
TEAGUE, Akise          42       13     DNP      29      DNP
SCHAFFER, JK            41       11        -     14       16
LEGAUX, Munchie        38      36          -       2       -
BATTLE, D.             36     DNP          -    36         -
ROBINSON, A.           30         -       13     15        2
LEWIS, Dyjuan           22        -        -    22         -
KAY, Brendon            22     22      DNP         -    DNP
ROBERSON, Aaron         21      21         -       -       -
DRANE, Deven           20         -      20        -       -
KELCE, Travis           19    DNP          -       -      19
WASHINGTON, S.          14        1        -     13        -
KING, Anthony           12      12         -       -       -
WOODARD, Orion          12        -        -     12        -

PUNT RETURNS        TOTAL    APSU     TENN     AKR     NCSU    MIA   LOU   USF   PITT   WVU   RUT   SYR   CONN
WOODS, DJ            5-34     2-6        -     1-24     2-4
MILLIGAN, Danny      2-28       -      DNP     2-28       -

KICK RETURNS        TOTAL    APSU     TENN     AKR     NCSU    MIA   LOU   USF   PITT   WVU   RUT   SYR   CONN
ABERNATHY, RD        7-174    1-60     3-65        -   3-49
POTEAT, Jameel        1-28    1-28        -        -      -
FEARING, Adam        2-25       1-8    DNP      1-17    DNP
LEWIS, Dyjuan        2-22         -     1-0    1-22       -
DRANE, Deven          1-20        -    1-20        -      -




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ABERNATHY IV, Ralph David                                                   ChENAULT, Arryn                                                          FREY, Drew
Rush attempts: 4, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11                   Tackles: 4, Akron, 09/17/11 (1-3)                                        All-purpose yards: 15, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Rush yards: 26, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (4 carries)                           Pass breakups: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                        Interceptions: 1, 5 times
Long rush: 10, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                                                                                                 Long interception return: 15, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Receptions: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                        ChISUM, Alex                                                             Tackles: 12, at Oregon State, 09/19/09 (7-5)
Receiving yards: -4, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1 receptions)                   Receptions: 2, NC State, 09/22/11                                        Sacks: 1.0, at Miami (OH), 10/03/09 (1-0)
Total offense attempts: 4, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (4 rush,0 pass);           Receiving yards: 30, NC State, 09/22/11 (2 receptions)                   Tackles for loss: 1.5, at Oregon State, 09/19/09 (1-0)
Akron, 09/17/11 (4 rush,0 pass)                                             Long reception: 25, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                Pass breakups: 1, 6 times
Total ofense yards: 26, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (26 rush,0 pass)              All-purpose yards: 30, NC State, 09/22/11
All-purpose yards: 82, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                                                                                         GIORDANO, Dan
Kick returns: 3, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 ; NC State, 09/22/11                COLLAROS, Zach                                                           Tackles: 9, Fresno State, 09/26/09 (5-4)
Kick return yards: 65, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (3 returns)                   Points scored: 12, NC State, 09/22/11 ; at USF, 10/15/09;                Sacks: 1.5, Oklahoma, 09/25/10 (1-1)
Long kick return: 60, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                 Connecticut, 11/07/09                                                    Tackles for loss: 1.5, 5 times
                                                                            Touchdowns: 2, NC State, 09/22/11 ; at USF, 10/15/09;                    Fumbles forced: 1, at Fresno State, 09/04/10 ; Akron, 09/17/11
BATTLE, Dominique                                                           Connecticut, 11/07/09                                                    Fumbles recovered: 1, Akron, 09/17/11
Points scored: 6, Akron, 09/17/11                                           Rush attempts: 22, at NC State, 09/16/10                                 Pass breakups: 1, Akron, 09/17/11 ; Louisville, 10/24/09;
Touchdowns: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                              Rush yards: 132, at USF, 10/15/09 (10 carries)                           Syracuse, 10/30/10
All-purpose yards: 36, Akron, 09/17/11                                      Rush TDs: 2, NC State, 09/22/11 ; at USF, 10/15/09 ;
Interceptions: 1, SEMO, 09/12/09 ; Akron, 09/17/11 ;                        Connecticut, 11/07/09                                                    HALEY, Reuben
 at Pittsburgh, 12/05/09                                                    Long rush: 75, at USF, 10/15/09                                          Tackles: 2, Akron, 09/17/11 (0-2); NC State, 09/22/11 (1-1)
Long interception return: 36, Akron, 09/17/11                               Pass attempts: 53, USF, 10/22/10                                         Fumbles recovered: 1, Indiana State, 09/11/10
Tackles: 10, Connecticut, 11/07/09 (8-2)                                    Pass completions: 30, USF, 10/22/10
Sacks: 1.0, at NC State, 09/16/10 (1-0)                                     Pass yards: 480, Connecticut, 11/07/09                                   hANCOCK, Steve
Tackles for loss: 1.0, 7 times                                              Pass TDs: 5, at Louisville, 10/15/10                                     Tackles: 1, 5 times
Fumbles forced: 1, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 ; SEMO, 09/12/09                  Had intercepted: 4, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                             Sacks: 1.0, Louisville, 10/24/09 (1-0)
Pass breakups: 2, at NC State, 09/16/10                                     Long pass: 81, at Syracuse, 10/31/09                                     Tackles for loss: 1.0, SEMO, 09/12/09 (1-0); Louisville, 10/24/09 (1-0)
                                                                            Total offense attempts: 65, at Connecticut, 11/27/10 (15 rush,50 pass)
BEAL, Demitri                                                               Total ofense yards: 555, Connecticut, 11/07/09 (75 rush,480 pass)        hARRAh, Brad
Tackles: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0)                                     All-purpose yards: 132, at USF, 10/15/09                                 Tackles: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (2-0)
                                                                            Punt attempts: 1, USF, 10/22/10                                          Tackles for loss: 1.0, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0)
BEARD, Camaron                                                              Punt yards: 35, USF, 10/22/10 (1 punts)
Tackles: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (2-0)                                     Longest punt: 35, USF, 10/22/10                                          hILTON, Tomaz
                                                                            Tackles: 1, USF, 10/22/10 (1-0); at Hawai`i, 12/06/08 (1-0)              Tackles: 4, at Marshall, 10/03/08 (1-3)
BOMAR, Maalik
Points scored: 6, Akron, 09/17/11                                           DETEMPLE, Tom                                                            HORNER, Bruce
Touchdowns: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                              Tackles: 1, Oklahoma, 09/25/10 (1-0); Rutgers, 11/20/10 (1-0)            Tackles: 2, Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (2-0)
Tackles: 11, at Connecticut, 11/27/10 (5-6)
Sacks: 1.0, Indiana State, 09/11/10 (1-0); Rutgers, 11/20/10 (1-0)          DRANE, Deven                                                             hUGhES, John
Tackles for loss: 2.0, Indiana State, 09/11/10 (2-0)                        All-purpose yards: 20, at Tennessee, 09/10/11                            Tackles: 9, at Connecticut, 11/27/10 (3-6)
Fumbles forced: 1, at NC State, 09/16/10 ; Oklahoma, 09/25/10               Kick returns: 1, at Tennessee, 09/10/11                                  Sacks: 1.5, at USF, 10/15/09 (1-1)
Fumbles recovered: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11               Kick return yards: 20, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (1 returns)                Tackles for loss: 1.5, 5 times
Pass breakups: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                           Long kick return: 20, at Tennessee, 09/10/11                             Fumbles forced: 1, vs Virginia Tech, 01/01/09
                                                                            Interceptions: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                        Fumbles recovered: 1, Syracuse, 10/30/10
CASSEUS, Clemente                                                           Tackles: 3, Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (2-1)                                   Pass breakups: 1, at NC State, 09/16/10
Tackles: 5, Akron, 09/17/11 (2-3)                                           Tackles for loss: 1.0, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0)
Tackles for loss: 1.0, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0); Akron, 09/17/11 (1-0)   Fumbles recovered: 1, NC State, 09/22/11                                 JACKSON, Dwight
                                                                            Pass breakups: 2, Akron, 09/17/11 ; NC State, 09/22/11                   Tackles: 3, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (3-0)
ChEAThAM, Camerron                                                                                                                                   Tackles for loss: 1.0, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0)
Points scored: 6, Akron, 09/17/11                                           FEARING, Adam
Touchdowns: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                              Points scored: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                  JOHNSON, Reuben
All-purpose yards: 53, Akron, 09/17/11                                      Touchdowns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                     All-purpose yards: 9, Syracuse, 10/30/10
Interceptions: 1, Akron, 09/17/11 ; Pittsburgh, 12/04/10                    Rush attempts: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                  Interceptions: 1, Syracuse, 10/30/10
Long interception return: 53, Akron, 09/17/11                               Rush yards: 43, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (6 carries)                        Long interception return: 9, Syracuse, 10/30/10
Tackles: 9, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (5-4)                                    Rush TDs: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                       Tackles: 11, at Louisville, 10/15/10 (9-2)
Tackles for loss: 1.0, Indiana State, 09/11/10 (1-0);                       Long rush: 14, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                     Sacks: 1.0, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (1-0)
Oklahoma, 09/25/10 (1-0)                                                    Total offense attempts: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (6 rush,0 pass)         Tackles for loss: 2.0, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (2-0)
Fumbles forced: 1, Indiana State, 09/11/10                                  Total ofense yards: 43, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (43 rush,0 pass)           Fumbles recovered: 1, Louisville, 10/24/09
Pass breakups: 2, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                                  All-purpose yards: 51, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                             Pass breakups: 2, Indiana State, 09/11/10
                                                                            Kick returns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11
                                                                            Kick return yards: 17, Akron, 09/17/11 (1 returns)
                                                                            Long kick return: 17, Akron, 09/17/11

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KAY, Brendon                                                            Total ofense yards: 76, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (36 rush,40 pass)   MILLIGAN, Danny
Rush attempts: 3, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; SEMO, 09/12/09                All-purpose yards: 36, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                      Receptions: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Rush yards: 22, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (3 carries);                      Tackles: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (0-1)                           Receiving yards: 15, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1 receptions)
SEMO, 09/12/09 (3 carries)                                                                                                                Long reception: 15, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Long rush: 16, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                    LEWIS, Dyjuan                                                     All-purpose yards: 28, Akron, 09/17/11
Pass attempts: 6, Syracuse, 10/30/10                                    All-purpose yards: 22, Akron, 09/17/11                            Punt returns: 2, Akron, 09/17/11
Pass completions: 3, Syracuse, 10/30/10                                 Kick returns: 1, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11         Punt return yards: 28, Akron, 09/17/11 (2 returns)
Pass yards: 20, Syracuse, 10/30/10                                      Kick return yards: 22, Akron, 09/17/11 (1 returns)                Long punt return: 16, Akron, 09/17/11
Long pass: 19, SEMO, 09/12/09                                           Long kick return: 22, Akron, 09/17/11
Total offense attempts: 8, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (2 rush,6 pass)                                                                             MILLS, Brandon
Total ofense yards: 41, SEMO, 09/12/09 (22 rush,19 pass)                LOZIER, Colin                                                     Tackles: 10, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (9-1)
All-purpose yards: 22, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; SEMO, 09/12/09           Tackles: 4, Indiana State, 09/11/10 (4-0)                         Sacks: 3.0, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (3-0)
Pass breakups: 1, at Tennessee, 09/10/11                                                                                                  Tackles for loss: 5.5, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (5-0)
                                                                        LUALLEN, Jordan                                                   Fumbles forced: 1, at Fresno State, 09/04/10 ; at NC State, 09/16/10
KELCE, Travis                                                           Points scored: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                           ; Rutgers, 11/20/10
Points scored: 12, at Rutgers, 09/07/09                                 Touchdowns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                              Pass breakups: 1, Pittsburgh, 12/04/10
Touchdowns: 2, at Rutgers, 09/07/09                                     Rush attempts: 5, Akron, 09/17/11
Rush attempts: 3, at Rutgers, 09/07/09                                  Rush yards: 36, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (4 carries)                 O’DONNELL, Pat
Rush yards: 19, vs Florida, 01/01/10 (1 carries)                        Rush TDs: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                Punt attempts: 8, at Fresno State, 09/04/10 ; at WVU, 11/13/10
Rush TDs: 2, at Rutgers, 09/07/09                                       Long rush: 11, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                              Punt yards: 326, at WVU, 11/13/10 (8 punts)
Long rush: 19, vs Florida, 01/01/10                                     Pass attempts: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                 Longest punt: 76, NC State, 09/22/11
Receptions: 2, NC State, 09/22/11                                       Total offense attempts: 6, Akron, 09/17/11 (5 rush,1 pass)        Tackles: 1, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (1-0)
Receiving yards: 19, NC State, 09/22/11 (2 receptions)                  Total ofense yards: 36, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (36 rush,0 pass)
Long reception: 13, NC State, 09/22/11                                  All-purpose yards: 36, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                      PEAD, Isaiah
Total offense attempts: 3, at Rutgers, 09/07/09 (3 rush,0 pass)         Tackles: 2, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (2-0)                          Points scored: 30, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Total ofense yards: 19, vs Florida, 01/01/10 (19 rush,0 pass)                                                                             Touchdowns: 5, Rutgers, 11/20/10
All-purpose yards: 19, vs Florida, 01/01/10 ; NC State, 09/22/11        MARTINEZ, Randy                                                   Rush attempts: 31, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Tackles: 1, at Rutgers, 09/07/09 (0-1)                                  Tackles: 1, at Connecticut, 11/27/10 (1-0)                        Rush yards: 213, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (31 carries)
                                                                                                                                          Rush TDs: 4, Rutgers, 11/20/10
KING, Anthony                                                           MCCLUNG, Anthony                                                  Long rush: 80, Miami (OH), 10/09/10
Rush attempts: 5, Akron, 09/17/11                                       Points scored: 12, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                          Receptions: 4, 4 times
Rush yards: 12, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (2 carries)                       Touchdowns: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                              Receiving yards: 52, at Rutgers, 09/07/09 (2 receptions)
Long rush: 11, Akron, 09/17/11                                          Receptions: 6, NC State, 09/22/11                                 Receiving TDs: 1, 4 times
Total offense attempts: 5, Akron, 09/17/11 (5 rush,0 pass)              Receiving yards: 94, NC State, 09/22/11 (6 receptions)            Long reception: 41, at Rutgers, 09/07/09
Total ofense yards: 12, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (12 rush,0 pass)          Receiving TDs: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                           Total offense attempts: 31, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (31 rush,0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 12, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                            Long reception: 33, NC State, 09/22/11                            Total ofense yards: 213, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (213 rush,0 pass)
Tackles: 1, Akron, 09/17/11 (1-0)                                       All-purpose yards: 127, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                  All-purpose yards: 249, Rutgers, 11/20/10
                                                                        Punt returns: 1, Rutgers, 11/20/10                                Kick returns: 1, at Hawai`i, 12/06/08
LAMBERT, Pat                                                            Punt return yards: 6, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (1 returns)               Kick return yards: 21, at Hawai`i, 12/06/08 (1 returns)
Interceptions: 1, at Fresno State, 09/04/10                             Long punt return: 6, Rutgers, 11/20/10                            Long kick return: 21, at Hawai`i, 12/06/08
Tackles: 6, Indiana State, 09/11/10 (3-3); Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (3-3)   Kick returns: 5, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                         Tackles: 2, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (2-0)
Sacks: .5, Oklahoma, 09/25/10 (0-1)                                     Kick return yards: 81, at Connecticut, 11/27/10 (5 returns)
Tackles for loss: .5, Oklahoma, 09/25/10 (0-1);                         Long kick return: 28, Syracuse, 10/30/10                          POOLER, Ben
Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (0-0)                                              Tackles: 1, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (1-0)                               Tackles: 5, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (4-1)
Pass breakups: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                                                                                         Tackles for loss: 1.0, Akron, 09/17/11 (1-0)
                                                                        MEADOR, Mitch                                                     Fumbles recovered: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; at Tennessee, 09/10/11
LEGAUX, Munchie                                                         Tackles: 2, Akron, 09/17/11 (0-2)
Points scored: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                 Sacks: .5, NC State, 09/22/11 (0-1)                               POPhAM, Shane
Touchdowns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                    Tackles for loss: .5, NC State, 09/22/11 (0-1)                    Points scored: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Rush attempts: 5, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                                                                                   Kick PATs: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Rush yards: 36, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (5 carries)                       MILIANO, Tony                                                     Points by kicking: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Rush TDs: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                      Points scored: 14, NC State, 09/22/11
Long rush: 22, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                    Kick PATs: 7, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11
Pass attempts: 4, Akron, 09/17/11                                       Points by kicking: 14, NC State, 09/22/11
Pass completions: 3, Akron, 09/17/11                                    Field goals made: 3, NC State, 09/22/11
Pass yards: 40, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                   Field goal attempts: 3, NC State, 09/22/11
Long pass: 25, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                    Longest field goal: 48, NC State, 09/22/11
Receptions: 1, Pittsburgh, 12/04/10                                     Tackles: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0)
Receiving yards: 18, Pittsburgh, 12/04/10 (1 receptions)
Long reception: 18, Pittsburgh, 12/04/10
Total offense attempts: 8, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (5 rush,3 pass)

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                                                                                                                                              INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME CAREER hIGhS
POTEAT, Jameel                                                         Pass breakups: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11 ;         Receiving yards: 19, SEMO, 09/12/09 (1 receptions)
Points scored: 6, Akron, 09/17/11                                      Miami (OH), 10/09/10                                                Long reception: 19, SEMO, 09/12/09
Touchdowns: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                                                                                             Total offense attempts: 19, Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (19 rush,0 pass)
Rush attempts: 10, Akron, 09/17/11                                     TAYLOR, Monte                                                       Total ofense yards: 81, Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (81 rush,0 pass)
Rush yards: 55, Akron, 09/17/11 (10 carries)                           Tackles: 4, at WVU, 11/13/10 (4-0)                                  All-purpose yards: 81, Miami (OH), 10/09/10
Rush TDs: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                           Sacks: 1.0, at WVU, 11/13/10 (1-0)                                  Tackles: 2, Akron, 09/17/11 (1-1)
Long rush: 13, Akron, 09/17/11                                         Tackles for loss: 2.0, at WVU, 11/13/10 (2-0)
Total offense attempts: 10, Akron, 09/17/11 (10 rush,0 pass)           Fumbles forced: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                            WITTY, Adrian
Total ofense yards: 55, Akron, 09/17/11 (55 rush,0 pass)                                                                                   Tackles: 5, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (5-0)
All-purpose yards: 58, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                           TEAGUE, Akise                                                       Fumbles forced: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Kick returns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                 Points scored: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                             Pass breakups: 1, Akron, 09/17/11
Kick return yards: 28, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1 returns)               Touchdowns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11
Long kick return: 28, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                            Rush attempts: 6, Akron, 09/17/11                                   WOLFE, Derek
                                                                       Rush yards: 29, Akron, 09/17/11 (6 carries)                         Tackles: 8, at Fresno State, 09/04/10 (4-4);
RIChARDSON, Wesley                                                     Rush TDs: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                  Fresno State, 09/26/09 (5-3)
Tackles: 9, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (6-3)                               Long rush: 20, Akron, 09/17/11                                      Sacks: 2.0, Akron, 09/17/11 (2-0); at Miami (OH), 10/03/09 (2-0)
Fumbles forced: 1, NC State, 09/22/11                                  Total offense attempts: 6, Akron, 09/17/11 (6 rush,0 pass)          Tackles for loss: 2.0, Akron, 09/17/11 (2-0);
                                                                       Total ofense yards: 29, Akron, 09/17/11 (29 rush,0 pass)            at Miami (OH), 10/03/09 (2-0)
ROBERSON, Aaron                                                        All-purpose yards: 29, Akron, 09/17/11                              Fumbles forced: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Akron, 09/17/11 ;
All-purpose yards: 21, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                                                                               at Syracuse, 10/31/09
Interceptions: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                                TEMPLE, Nick                                                        Fumbles recovered: 1, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 ; at Syracuse, 10/31/09
Long interception return: 21, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                    Tackles: 4, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (4-0)                             Pass breakups: 1, Miami (OH), 10/09/10
Tackles: 1, 4 times
                                                                       TENTMAN, Solomon                                                    WOODARD, Orion
ROBINSON, Adrien                                                       Tackles: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0); Akron, 09/17/11 (0-1)      Receptions: 1, Akron, 09/17/11 ; Miami (OH), 10/09/10:
Points scored: 6, 4 times                                                                                                                  Syracuse, 10/30/10
Touchdowns: 1, 4 times                                                 ThOMPKINS, Kenbrell                                                 Receiving yards: 12, Akron, 09/17/11 (1 receptions)
Receptions: 3, West Virginia, 11/13/09 ; Rutgers, 11/20/10             Points scored: 6, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; NC State, 09/22/11        Long reception: 12, Akron, 09/17/11
Receiving yards: 74, Connecticut, 11/07/09 (2 receptions)              Touchdowns: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; NC State, 09/22/11           All-purpose yards: 12, Akron, 09/17/11
Receiving TDs: 1, 4 times                                              Receptions: 5, NC State, 09/22/11                                   Tackles: 3, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (3-0)
Long reception: 54, Connecticut, 11/07/09                              Receiving yards: 72, NC State, 09/22/11 (5 receptions)              Fumbles recovered: 1, SEMO, 09/12/09
All-purpose yards: 74, Connecticut, 11/07/09                           Receiving TDs: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; NC State, 09/22/11
                                                                       Long reception: 44, NC State, 09/22/11                              WOODS, DJ
SChAFFER, JK                                                           All-purpose yards: 72, NC State, 09/22/11                           Points scored: 12, at NC State, 09/16/10 ; at Louisville, 10/15/10 ;
All-purpose yards: 16, NC State, 09/22/11                                                                                                  Rutgers, 11/20/10
Interceptions: 1, 7 times                                              TRIGG, Rob                                                          Touchdowns: 2, at NC State, 09/16/10 ; at Louisville, 10/15/10 ;
Long interception return: 16, NC State, 09/22/11                       Tackles: 6, SEMO, 09/12/09 (3-3)                                    Rutgers, 11/20/10
Tackles: 16, at NC State, 09/16/10 (6-10); at WVU, 11/13/10 (9-7)      Sacks: .5, NC State, 09/22/11 (0-1)                                 Rush attempts: 4, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Sacks: 2.0, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (2-0)                                    Tackles for loss: 2.5, SEMO, 09/12/09 (2-0)                         Rush yards: 50, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (4 carries)
Tackles for loss: 2.0, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (2-0); Rutgers, 11/20/10                                                                         Rush TDs: 1, Miami (OH), 10/09/10 ; Rutgers, 11/20/10
(2-0); at Connecticut, 11/27/10 (1-0)                                  WAShINGTON, Shaq                                                    Long rush: 40, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Fumbles forced: 1, at Akron, 09/27/08 ; Syracuse, 10/30/10;            Receptions: 2, Akron, 09/17/11                                      Receptions: 9, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 ; USF, 10/22/10
at WVU, 11/13/10                                                       Receiving yards: 13, Akron, 09/17/11 (2 receptions)                 Receiving yards: 171, Oklahoma, 09/25/10 (7 receptions)
Pass breakups: 2, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 ; Fresno State, 09/26/09       Long reception: 8, Akron, 09/17/11                                  Receiving TDs: 2, at NC State, 09/16/10 ; at Louisville, 10/15/10
                                                                       All-purpose yards: 13, Akron, 09/17/11                              Long reception: 69, Oklahoma, 09/25/10
STEPP, Jordan                                                                                                                              Total offense attempts: 4, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (4 rush,0 pass)
Tackles: 6, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (5-1)                                   WILLIAMS, Chris                                                     Total ofense yards: 50, Rutgers, 11/20/10 (50 rush,0 pass)
Sacks: .5, NC State, 09/22/11 (0-1)                                    Tackles: 5, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (2-3)                            All-purpose yards: 291, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Tackles for loss: 1.0, 4 times                                         Sacks: 1.0, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (1-0); Syracuse, 10/30/10 (1-0)   Punt returns: 3, 5 times
Fumbles forced: 1, Syracuse, 10/30/10                                  Tackles for loss: 2.0, Austin Peay, 09/03/11 (2-0)                  Punt return yards: 49, at Connecticut, 10/25/08 (3 returns)
                                                                       Fumbles recovered: 1, Austin Peay, 09/03/11                         Long punt return: 40, at Connecticut, 10/25/08
STEWART, Walter                                                        Pass breakups: 1, Rutgers, 11/20/10                                 Kick returns: 6, at WVU, 11/13/10
All-purpose yards: -2, Louisville, 10/24/09                                                                                                Kick return yards: 135, at WVU, 11/13/10 (6 returns)
Interceptions: 1, Louisville, 10/24/09                                 WINN, George                                                        Long kick return: 47, Rutgers, 11/20/10
Tackles: 13, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (11-2)                                 Points scored: 6, Akron, 09/17/11                                   Tackles: 1, at Oregon State, 09/19/09 (0-1); NC State, 09/22/11 (1-0);
Sacks: 2.5, at Oregon State, 09/19/09 (2-1)                            Touchdowns: 1, Akron, 09/17/11                                      West Virginia, 11/13/09 (1-0)
Tackles for loss: 2.5, at Tennessee, 09/10/11 (2-0);                   Rush attempts: 19, Miami (OH), 10/09/10
at Oregon State, 09/19/09 (2-1)                                        Rush yards: 81, Miami (OH), 10/09/10 (19 carries)
Fumbles forced: 1, at Tennessee, 09/10/11; at Oregon State, 09/19/09   Rush TDs: 1, Akron, 09/17/11
; Pittsburgh, 12/04/10                                                 Long rush: 22, Miami (OH), 10/09/10
Fumbles recovered: 1, Pittsburgh, 12/04/10                             Receptions: 1, SEMO, 09/12/09 ; Syracuse, 10/30/10

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME SUPERLATIVES
100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES

#3 DJ WOODS (5)
Opp                             Date        Rec     Yards    TD   Long
at Tennessee                09/10/11          9        111    0     46
USF                         10/22/10          9       137     0     29
Oklahoma                   09/25/10           7        171    1     69
at NC State                09/16/10           6       146     2     68
at Oregon State            09/19/09           7        117    1     45

100-YARD RUShING GAMES

#12 ZACh COLLAROS (1)
Opp                            Date          Att    Yards    TD   Long
at USF                     10/15/09           10      132     2     75

#23 ISAIAh PEAD (7)
Opp                             Date         Att    Yards    TD   Long
vs. NC State               09/22/11           27      174     1     33
at Tennessee                09/10/11          14      155     1     65
Rutgers                     11/20/10          31      213     4     30
at Louisville               10/15/10          21      145     0     33
Miami (OH)                 10/09/10           10      197     1     80
Oklahoma                   09/25/10           21      169     0     35
West Virginia               11/13/09          18      175     1     52

300-YARD PASSING GAMES

#12 ZACH COLLAROS (8)
Opp                              Date       A-C-I   Yards    TD   Long
Rutgers                      11/20/10    23-39-1      366     4     35
USF                         10/22/10    30-53-1       463     3     69
Oklahoma                   09/25/10      23-38-1      305     3     69
at NC State                09/16/10      19-31-0      310     3     68
West Virginia                11/13/09     17-24-1     205     0     27
Connecticut                 11/07/09    29-37-0       480     1     54
at Syracuse                 10/31/09    22-28-0       295     4      81
Louisville                 10/24/09      15-17-0      253     3      31




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                                                                                                                  PLAYER PARTICIPATION
Name                     GP/GS     APSU       TENN        AKR       NCSU     MIA   LOU   USF   PITT   WVU   RUT       SYR   UCONN
19     ABERNATHY, RD       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
86     ANNEN, Blake          1/1   START         ...        ...        ...
9      BATTLE, D.          3/2         ...   START      START        XXX
39     BEAL, Demitri       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
90     BEARD, Camaron       3/-      XXX         ...      XXX        XXX
4D     BOMAR, Maalik       4/3     START     START        XXX      START
76     BUJNOCH, Austen     4/4     START     START      START      START
57     CASSEUS, C.         2/-       XXX         ...      XXX          ...
21     CHEATHAM, C.        4/4     START     START      START      START
25     CHENAULT, Arryn     4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
80     CHISUM, Alex        4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
12     COLLAROS, Zach      4/4     START     START      START      START
79     CURETON, Andre       3/-      XXX         ...      XXX        XXX
72     DAVIS, Evan         4/4     START     START      START      START
91     DEMPSEY, Adam        2/-      XXX         ...      XXX          ...
96     DETEMPLE, Tom       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
1D     DRANE, Deven        4/2     START       XXX        XXX      START
38     FEARING, Adam        2/-      XXX         ...      XXX          ...
26     FREY, Drew          4/4     START     START      START      START
99     GIORDANO, Dan       4/4     START     START      START      START
31     HALEY, Reuben       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
5D     HANCOCK, Steve       3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
93     HARRAH, Brad        4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
81     HILTON, Tomaz        3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
59     HOFFMAN, Alex       4/4     START     START      START      START
77     HOOEY, Sean         4/4     START     START      START      START
85     HORNER, Bruce       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
40     HUGHES, John        3/3     START     START          ...    START
52     JACKSON, Dwight      3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
5      JOHNSON, Reuben      2/-        ...        ...     XXX        XXX
16     JULIAN, Damon        2/-      XXX          ...     XXX          ...
11     KAY, Brendon         2/-      XXX          ...     XXX          ...
62     KEEBLER, Cory        3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
18     KELCE, Travis        3/-        ...     XXX        XXX        XXX
49     KING, Anthony       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
13     LAMBERT, Pat        4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
71     LEFELD, Eric        4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
4      LEGAUX, Munchie      4/1      XXX       XXX      START        XXX
2      LEWIS, Dyjuan       4/-       XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
47     LOZIER, Colin        2/-        ...        ...     XXX        XXX
8      LUALLEN, Jordan      2/-      XXX          ...     XXX          ...
53     MARTINEZ, Randy     4/4     START     START      START      START
44     MASON, Corey         4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
66     MCCLELLAN, Sean      3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
6      MCCLUNG, A.         4/4     START     START      START      START
46     MEADOR, Mitch        4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
14     MILIANO, Tony        4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
83     MILLIGAN, Danny      3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
58     MILLS, Brandon       3/-        ...     XXX        XXX        XXX
17     MURRAY, Malcom       1/-      XXX          ...       ...        ...
34     O’DONNELL, Pat       4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
23     PEAD, Isaiah         4/4    START     START      START      START
36     POOLER, Ben         4/2       XXX     START      START        XXX
29     POPHAM, Shane        2/-      XXX          ...     XXX          ...
22     POTEAT, Jameel       4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
89     RICHARDSON, D.       4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
24     RICHARDSON, W.       4/4    START     START      START      START
30     ROBERSON, Aaron      4/-      XXX       XXX        XXX        XXX
88     ROBINSON, A.        4/3       XXX     START      START      START
37     SCHAFFER, JK         4/4    START     START      START      START
75     SCHLOEMER, K.        1/-        ...        ...     XXX          ...
63     SPRAGUE, Dan         3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
94     STEPP, Jordan        4/1      XXX        XXX     START        XXX
54     STEWART, Walter      4/4    START     START      START      START
87     TAYLOR, Monte        4/-      XXX        XXX       XXX        XXX
27     TEAGUE, Akise        2/-      XXX          ...     XXX          ...
43     TEMPLE, Nick         4/1      XXX        XXX       XXX      START
33     TENTMAN, S.          3/-      XXX          ...     XXX        XXX
1      THOMPKINS, K.        4/4    START     START      START      START
45     TRIGG, Rob           4/-      XXX        XXX       XXX        XXX
7      WASHINGTON, S.       4/-      XXX        XXX       XXX        XXX
20     WILLIAMS, Chris      4/1    START        XXX       XXX        XXX
32     WINN, George         4/-      XXX        XXX       XXX        XXX
8D     WITTY, Adrian        4/-      XXX        XXX       XXX        XXX
95     WOLFE, Derek         4/4    START     START      START      START
84     WOODARD, Orion       4/-      XXX        XXX       XXX        XXX
3      WOODS, DJ            4/4    START     START      START      START

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GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
   OFFENSE                                                   LT                        LG                       C                        RG                        RT                      TE/WR                            WR                     WR                          WR                        RB                           QB
   Austin Peay                                     Hoffman                  Martinez                   Davis                     Bujnoch                     Hooey                 Washington                   Thompkins                   McClung                       Woods                       Pead                    Collaros

   at Tennnessee                                   Hoffman                  Martinez                   Davis                     Bujnoch                     Hooey                      Robinson                Thompkins                   McClung                       Woods                       Pead                    Collaros

   Akron                                           Hoffman                  Martinez                   Davis                     Bujnoch                     Hooey                      Robinson                Thompkins                   McClung                       Woods                       Pead                    Collaros

   NC State                                        Hoffman                  Martinez                   Davis                     Bujnoch                     Hooey                      Robinson                Thompkins                   McClung                       Woods                       Pead                    Collaros

   Miami (OH)

   Louisville

   at USF

   at Pittsburgh

   West Virginia

   at Rutgers

   at Syracuse

   Connecticut




DEFENSE                                                     L                      T                        N                            E                  WLB                        MLB                       SLB/DB                          DB                                FS                     SS                            DB
Austin Peay                                       Stewart                   Wolfe               Hughes                       Giordano                    Bomar                   Schaffer                       Williams                     Drane                   Richardson                        Frey                 Cheatham

at Tennnessee                                     Stewart                   Wolfe               Hughes                       Giordano                    Bomar                   Schaffer                           Pooler                   Battle                  Richardson                        Frey                 Cheatham

Akron                                             Stewart                   Wolfe                  Stepp                     Giordano                    Bomar                   Schaffer                           Pooler                   Battle                  Richardson                        Frey                 Cheatham

NC State                                          Stewart                   Wolfe                  Stepp                     Giordano                    Bomar                   Schaffer                         Temple                     Drane                   Richardson                        Frey                 Cheatham

Miami (OH)

Louisville

at USF

at Pittsburgh

West Virginia

at Rutgers

at Syracuse

Connecticut


START ChART
PLAYER                                                                                GS (CONSEC.)                  PLAYER                                                                                 GS (CONSEC.)          PLAYER                                                                                GS (CONSEC.)
Dominique Battle, DB ........................................................................17 (2)                 John Hughes, DL ............................................................................. 15 (15)        Jordan Stepp ........................................................................................ 1 (1)
Austen Bujnoch, OL .............................................................................4 (4)               Reuben Johnson, DB...........................................................................11 (1)          Walter Stewart, DL ..........................................................................27 (26)
Maalik Bomar, LB..............................................................................16 (16)               Munchie Legaux, QB ............................................................................ 1 (1)        Nick Temple, LB .................................................................................... 1 (1)
Camerron Cheatham, DB ................................................................. 15 (12)                     Randy Martinez, OL .......................................................................... 15 (15)        Kenbrell Thompkins, WR ....................................................................4 (4)
Zach Collaros, QB............................................................................... 19 (8)             Anthony McClung, WR ........................................................................6 (4)            Shaq Washington, WR......................................................................... 1 (1)
Evan Davis, OL .....................................................................................4 (3)           Brandon Mills, DL ...............................................................................11 (11)     Chris Williams, DB ............................................................................... 7 (7)
Deven Drane, DB ..................................................................................3 (1)             Isaiah Pead, RB .................................................................................17 (13)     Derek Wolfe, DL...............................................................................29 (29)
Drew Frey, DB ...................................................................................28 (12)            Ben Pooler, LB .....................................................................................2 (2)    DJ Woods, WR ...................................................................................26 (2)
Dan Giordano, DL ............................................................................. 15 (15)              Wesley Richardson, DB ..................................................................... 14 (9)
Alex Hoffman, OL ..............................................................................29 (9)               Adrien Robinson, TE............................................................................4 (3)
Sean Hooey, OL ...................................................................................6 (4)             JK Schaffer, LB .................................................................................28 (28)
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INDIVIDUAL GAME hIGhS                                                                                                              OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME hIGhS
Rushes                   27 .....................................................PEAD, Isaiah vs NC State (09/22/11)               Rushes                     25 ................................................CHISHOLM, Jawon, vs Akron (09/17/11)
Yards Rushing           167 ....................................................PEAD, Isaiah vs NC State (09/22/11)                Yards Rushing              133 ...............................................CHISHOLM, Jawon, vs Akron (09/17/11)
TD Rushes                 2 ................................................PEAD, Isaiah vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)                 TD Rushes                    1 .............................................KITTS, Wesley, vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
                           .................................................COLLAROS, Zach vs NC State (09/22/11)                                                ............................................................Bray, T., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Long Rush                65 ..................................................PEAD, Isaiah at Tennessee (09/10/11)                                               ..........................................................Lane, M., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Pass attempts            34 ............................................COLLAROS, Zach at Tennessee (09/10/11)                     Long Rush                   31 ................................................CHISHOLM, Jawon, vs Akron (09/17/11)
                           .................................................COLLAROS, Zach vs NC State (09/22/11)                  Pass attempts               41 ..........................................................Bray, T., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Pass completions         25 ...............................................COLLAROS, Zach vs NC State (09/22/11)                   Pass completions           34 ..........................................................Bray, T., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Yards Passing           263 ..............................................COLLAROS, Zach vs NC State (09/22/11)                    Yards Passing             405 .........................................................Bray, T., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
TD Passes                 4 ..........................................COLLAROS, Zach vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)                     TD Passes                    4 ...........................................................Bray, T., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Long Pass                50 ....................................................COLLAROS, Zach vs Akron (09/17/11)                 Long Pass                  87 .................................................... Glennon, M., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Receptions                9 ..................................................... WOODS, DJ at Tennessee (09/10/11)                Receptions                  10 ......................................................Hunter, J., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Yards Receiving          111 .................................................... WOODS, DJ at Tennessee (09/10/11)                                              .......................................................Rogers, D., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
TD Receptions             2 ............................................... MCCLUNG, A. vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)                  Yards Receiving           176 ..................................................... Graham, T., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Long Reception           50 ............................................................ WOODS, DJ vs Akron (09/17/11)             TD Receptions                2 ......................................................Rogers, D., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Field Goals               3 ...................................................MILIANO, Tony vs NC State (09/22/11)                                              ........................................................ Graham, T., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Long Field Goal          48 ..................................................MILIANO, Tony vs NC State (09/22/11)                 Long Reception             87 ...................................................... Graham, T., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Punts                     3 ..............................................O’DONNELL, Pat at Tennessee (09/10/11)                   Field Goals                  1 ........................................STANSELL, Steph, vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
                           ...................................................... O’DONNELL, Pat vs Akron (09/17/11)                                             ..................................................... Palardy, M., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
                           ................................................. O’DONNELL, Pat vs NC State (09/22/11)                 Long Field Goal            37 ................................................... Palardy, M., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Punting Avg             59.7.............................................. O’DONNELL, Pat vs NC State (09/22/11)                   Punts                        6 ...................................................Baumann, W., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Long Punt                76 ............................................... O’DONNELL, Pat vs NC State (09/22/11)                  Punting Avg               42.5 ................................................Baumann, W., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Punts inside 20           3 ..................................................... O’DONNELL, Pat vs Akron (09/17/11)               Long Punt                  52 ..................................................Baumann, W., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Long Punt Return         24 ............................................................ WOODS, DJ vs Akron (09/17/11)             Punts inside 20              1 ........................................STANSELL, Steph, vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
Long Kickoff Return      60 .........................................ABERNATHY, RD vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)                       Long Punt Return             6 .......................................................... Smith, R., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Tackles                  12 ................................................ SCHAFFER, JK at Tennessee (09/10/11)                  Long Kickoff Return        42 .............................................HOWELL, Tee, vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
Sacks                   2.0 ...................................................... WOLFE, Derek vs Akron (09/17/11)                Tackles                     15 ............................................................Cole, A., vs NC State (09/22/11)
                           ..................................................MILLS, Brandon vs NC State (09/22/11)                 Sacks                      1.0........................................................Sapp, D., at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Tackles For Loss        2.5 ......................................... STEWART, Walter at Tennessee (09/10/11)                                                    ..............................................................Cole, A., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Interceptions             1 ............eight times, last by FREY & SCHAFFER vs NC State (09/22/11)                                Tackles For Loss          2.0 ...........................................SMITH, Amius, vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
                                                                                                                                                                 ........................................................... Green, D., vs NC State (09/22/11)
TEAM GAME hIGhS                                                                                                                                                  ..............................................................Cole, A., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Rushes                   49 .................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)                                       ............................................................Kuhn, M., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Yards Rushing           387 ................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)          Interceptions                1 .....................................................Amerson, D., vs NC State (09/22/11)
Yards Per Rush           7.9.................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
TD Rushes                 6 ..................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)        OPPONENT TEAM GAME hIGhS
Pass attempts            34 ........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)        Rushes                    35 .................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
                           .............................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)                                 ..........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Pass completions         25 ...........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)      Yards Rushing            129 ...............................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)
Yards Passing           263 ..........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)       Yards Per Rush            3.8................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)
Yards Per Pass           8.5................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)    TD Rushes                  2 .........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
TD Passes                 4 ..................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)        Pass attempts             41 ........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Total Plays              80 ...........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)      Pass completions          34 ........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Total Offense           561 ................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)          Yards Passing            405 .......................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Yards Per Play           7.9.................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)         Yards Per Pass           9.9 .......................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Points                   72 .................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)         TD Passes                  4 .........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Sacks By                  6 ............................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)     Total Plays               76 ........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
First Downs              32 .................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)         Total Offense             531 .......................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Penalties                 4 .........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)       Yards Per Play            7.0........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
                           ..................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)   Points                    45 ........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Penalty Yards            45 ................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)    Sacks By                   2 .........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
Turnovers                 1 .................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)   First Downs               34 ........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)
                           .............................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)     Penalties                  9 .................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)
Interceptions By          4 .................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)   Penalty Yards             78 ................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)
Punts                     3 .........................................................................at Tennessee (09/10/11)       Turnovers                  6 .................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)
                           ..................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)   Interceptions By           1 ............................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)
                           .............................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)     Punts                      6 .................................................... twice, last by vs NC State (09/22/11)
Punting Avg             59.7..........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)       Punting Avg              42.5 .........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)
Long Punt                76 ...........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)      Long Punt                 52 ...........................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)
Punts inside 20           3 .................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)   Punts inside 20            1 ..................................................................... vs Austin Peay (09/03/11)
Long Punt Return         24 ................................................................................vs Akron (09/17/11)    Long Punt Return           6 ............................................................................vs NC State (09/22/11)

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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                                       RUShING                        RECEIVING                                     PASSING                                     KICK RET                            PUNT RET                  TOT
Date       Opponent        No.         Yds TD            Lg     No.     Yds TD        Lg         Cmp-Att-Int         Yds           TD     Lg       No         Yds TD             Lg       No        Yds TD Lg                 OFF
09/03/11   Austin Peay      49         387     6         40      14      174 4        34            14-22-0           174           4     34        3          96      0         60        2          6 0 8                   561
09/10/11   at Tennessee     26         166     1         65      21     230 2         46            21-34-0          230            2     46        5          85      0         23        0          0 0 0                   396
09/17/11   Akron            45         164     4         20      13     178 1         50             13-21-0         178            1     50        2          39      0         22        3         52 0 24                  342
09/22/11   NC State         46         240     3         33      25     263 2         44             25-34-1         263            2     44        3          49      0         26        2          4 0 5                   503
10/01/11   at Miami (OH)
10/15/11   Louisville
10/22/11   at USF
11/05/11   at Pittsburgh
11/12/11   West Virginia
11/19/11   at Rutgers
11/26/11   at Syracuse
12/03/11   Connecticut
           Totals          166         957         14    65     73         845    9 50                 73-111-1     845             9     50        13       269        0        60           7         62   0 24             1802
           Opponent        126         357          3    31     95         1122   8 87                95-140-8      1122            8     87        29       606        0        42           2          6   0 6              1479


                                         TACKLES                                  SACKS               FUMBLE                                       PASS       BLKD             KICKS                 XPTS
Date       Opponent          Solo          Ast Total             TFL-Yds          No-Yds         FF      FR-Yds         Int-Yds         QBH         Brk        Kick         Att-Mad               Run Rcv           Saf        Pts
09/03/11   Austin Peay         54            6   60               8.0-22           2.0-14         3          3-0           2-32           1           3           0             10-9                0     0           0         72
09/10/11   at Tennessee        45           44   89                7.0-15           0.0-0         2          2-0            0-0           1           1           0              2-2                0     0           0         23
09/17/11   Akron               31           42    73              5.0-27           3.0-25         2        2-54           4-103           0          10           0              8-8                0     0           0         59
09/22/11   NC State            28           46    74             12.0-56           6.0-33         1          1-0            2-16          0           3           0              5-5                0     0           0        44
10/01/11   at Miami (OH)
10/15/11   Louisville
10/22/11   at USF
11/05/11   at Pittsburgh
11/12/11   West Virginia
11/19/11   at Rutgers
11/26/11   at Syracuse
12/03/11   Connecticut
           Totals                158         138        296     32.0-120          11.0-72         8          8-54         8-151           2          17             0           25-24               0        0       0         198
           Opponent              163         136        299      19.0-58           3.0-25         3           1-0          1--1           8          11             2            11-11              0        0       0          83


                                                                    PUNTING                                                                                FIELD GOALS                                    KICKOFFS
Date       Opponent              No          Yds         Avg      Long    Blkd              TB          FC        50+       I20               Att-Made          Lg Blkd               No            Yds       Avg TB OB
09/03/11   Austin Peay            0            0          0.0        0       0               0           0          0         0                      1-1        39     0               12           764       63.7 2 0
09/10/11   at Tennessee           3          126         42.0        51      0               1           0          1         1                     2-1         23     1                5           312       62.4 0 1
09/17/11   Akron                  3          123         41.0       53       0               0           1          1         3                     2-1         47     1              10            667       66.7  1 1
09/22/11   NC State               3          179         59.7       76       0               0           0          2         2                     3-3         48     0                9           586        65.1 1 1
10/01/11   at Miami (OH)
10/15/11   Louisville
10/22/11   at USF
11/05/11   at Pittsburgh
11/12/11   West Virginia
11/19/11   at Rutgers
11/26/11   at Syracuse
12/03/11   Connecticut
           Totals                 9       428            47.6         76          0          1           1          4          6                    8-6        48           2            36        2329      64.7         4      3
           Opponent              17       677            39.8         52          0          1           6          1          1                    3-2        37           0            16        1001      62.6         2      1




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                                        Season/Career Statistics (as of Sep 23, 2011)
                                                 All games              INDIVIDUAL SEASON/CAREER STATS
                              SEASON                                                                    CAREER

Rushing               gp       att     gain loss     net avg     td     lg avg/g            gp         att      gain    loss     net     avg      td        lg        avg/g
PEAD, Isaiah              4 54 434 10                424    7.9 5       65 106.0            35     362         2543       90    2453     6.8      20        80        70.1
POTEAT, Jameel            4 20 103    0              103    5.2 1       13 25.8              4      20          103        0     103     5.2       1        13        25.8
COLLAROS, Zach            4 23 119 26                 93    4.0 3       14 23.2             35     207          999      331     668     3.2      11        75        19.1
WINN, George              4 16    71  0               71    4.4 1        9 17.8             15      54          242       14     228     4.2       1        22        15.2
LUALLEN, Jordan           2   9   53  0               53    5.9 1       11 26.5              2       9           53        0      53     5.9       1        11        26.5
FEARING, Adam             2   7   46  0               46    6.6 1       14 23.0              3       9           52        0      52     5.8       1        14        17.3
TEAGUE, Akise             2   8   42  0               42    5.2 1       20 21.0              2       8           42        0      42     5.2       1        20        21.0
LEGAUX, Munchie           4   8   41  3               38    4.8 1       22   9.5            11       8           41        3      38     4.8       1        22         3.5
ABERNATHY, RD             4   9   38  7               31    3.4 0       10   7.8             4       9           38        7      31     3.4       0        10         7.8
WOODS, DJ                 4   1   24  0               24   24.0 0       24   6.0            42      12          123       12     111     9.2       2        40         2.6
KAY, Brendon              2   3   23  1               22    7.3 0       16 11.0              5       9           61        1      60     6.7       0        16        12.0
KING, Anthony             4   7   32 20               12    1.7 0       11   3.0             4       7           32       20      12     1.7       0        11         3.0
TEAM                      3   1    0  2               -2   -2.0 0        0 -0.7
Total                     4 166 1026 69              957    5.8 14      65 239.2
Opponents                 4 126 468 111              357    2.8 3       31 89.2

Passing               gp        effic comp-att-int     pct     yds     td   lg avg/g        gp          effic comp-att-int         pct     yds         td        lg     avg/g
COLLAROS, Zach            4   156.85     68-103-1     66.0 784          9   50 196.0        35     151.75 387-614-17             63.0     5122         45        81     146.3
LEGAUX, Munchie           4   144.63      5-7-0       71.4   61         0   25 15.2         11     144.63    5-7-0               71.4       61          0        25       5.5
LUALLEN, Jordan           2     0.00       0-1-0       0.0    0         0    0   0.0         2       0.00    0-1-0                0.0        0          0         0       0.0
Total                     4   154.67     73-111-1     65.8 845          9   50 211.2
Opponents                 4   142.61     95-140-8     67.9 1122         8   87 280.5

Receiving             gp      no.      yds    avg     td     lg avg/g                       gp     no.          yds       avg     td      lg      avg/g
WOODS, DJ                 4    21 254         12.1    1      50 63.5                        42     143         1960      13.7     13     69       46.7
MCCLUNG, A.               4    17 217         12.8    3      33 54.2                        14      39          434      11.1      5     33       31.0
THOMPKINS, K.             4    14 176         12.6    2      44 44.0                         4      14          176      12.6      2     44       44.0
PEAD, Isaiah              4     6   49         8.2    1      25 12.2                        35      54          451       8.4      4     41       12.9
CHISUM, Alex              4     4   63        15.8    0      25 15.8                         4       4           63      15.8      0     25       15.8
ROBINSON, A.              4     3   30        10.0    2      15   7.5                       30      20          281      14.1      4     54        9.4
WASHINGTON, S.            4     3   14         4.7    0       8   3.5                        4       3           14       4.7      0      8        3.5
KELCE, Travis             3     2   19         9.5    0      13   6.3                       14       3           22       7.3      0     13        1.6
MILLIGAN, Danny           3     1   15        15.0    0      15   5.0                       15       1           15      15.0      0     15        1.0
WOODARD, Orion            4     1   12        12.0    0      12   3.0                       42       3           30      10.0      0     12        0.7
ABERNATHY, RD             4     1   -4        -4.0    0       0 -1.0                         4       1           -4      -4.0      0      0       -1.0
Total                     4    73 845         11.6    9      50 211.2
Opponents                 4    95 1122        11.8    8      87 280.5

Total Offense         g plays          rush   pass   total avg/g                        g    plays           rush      pass     total     avg/g
COLLAROS, Zach        4       126       93 784 877 219.2                               35        821          668      5122     5790     165.4
PEAD, Isaiah          4        54      424    0 424 106.0                              35        362         2453         0     2453      70.1
POTEAT, Jameel        4        20      103    0 103 25.8                                4         20          103         0      103      25.8
LEGAUX, Munchie       4        15       38   61   99 24.8                              11         15           38        61       99       9.0
WINN, George          4        16       71    0   71 17.8                              15         54          228         0      228      15.2
LUALLEN, Jordan       2        10       53    0   53 26.5                               2         10           53         0       53      26.5
FEARING, Adam         2         7       46    0   46 23.0                               3          9           52         0       52      17.3
TEAGUE, Akise         2         8       42    0   42 21.0                               2          8           42         0       42      21.0
ABERNATHY, RD         4         9       31    0   31   7.8                              4          9           31         0       31       7.8
WOODS, DJ             4         1       24    0   24   6.0                             42         12          111         0      111       2.6
KAY, Brendon          2         3       22    0   22 11.0                               5         17           60        47      107      21.4
KING, Anthony         4         7       12    0   12   3.0                              4          7           12         0       12       3.0
TEAM                  3         1       -2    0   -2 -0.7
Total                 4       277      957 845 1802 450.5
Opponents             4       266      357 1122 1479 369.8




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                                    2011 CINCINNATI FOOTBALL
                                                All games
INDIVIDUAL SEASON/CAREER STATS
                              SEASON                                                                CAREER

                                                        PAT                                                        PAT
Scoring              td       fg         kick         rush rcv pass dxp saf   pts    td   fg         kick         rush rcv pass dxp saf     pts
MILIANO, Tony         -       6-8        21-22         -        - -     -   - 39     -    6-8        21-22         -        - -     -   -    39
PEAD, Isaiah          6        -           -           -        - -     -   - 36    24     -           -           -        - -     -   -   144
MCCLUNG, A.           3        -           -           -        - -     -   - 18     5     -           -           -        - -     -   -    30
COLLAROS, Zach        3        -           -           -        - 0-1   -   - 18    11     -           -           -        - 0-3   -   -    66
ROBINSON, A.          2        -           -           -        - -     -   - 12     4     -           -           -        - -     -   -    24
THOMPKINS, K.         2        -           -           -        - -     -   - 12     2     -           -           -        - -     -   -    12
FEARING, Adam         1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
WINN, George          1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
BATTLE, D.            1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
LUALLEN, Jordan       1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
TEAGUE, Akise         1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
BOMAR, Maalik         1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
WOODS, DJ             1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6   15     -           -           -        - -     -   -    90
POTEAT, Jameel        1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
LEGAUX, Munchie       1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
CHEATHAM, C.          1        -           -           -        - -     -   -   6    1     -           -           -        - -     -   -     6
POPHAM, Shane         -        -          3-3          -        - -     -   -   3    -     -          3-3          -        - -     -   -     3
Total                26       6-8        24-25         -        - 0-1   -   - 198
Opponents            11       2-3        11-11         -        - -     -   - 83

Punt Returns          no.          yds avg       td        lg                       no.    yds       avg     td        lg
WOODS, DJ                 5         34    6.8    0         24                       39     338       8.7     0         40
MILLIGAN, Danny           2         28   14.0    0         16                        2      28      14.0     0         16
Total                     7         62    8.9    0         24
Opponents                 2          6    3.0    0          6

Kick Returns          no.          yds avg       td        lg                       no.    yds       avg     td        lg
ABERNATHY, RD          7        174      24.9    0         60                        7     174      24.9     0         60
LEWIS, Dyjuan          2         22      11.0    0         22                        2      22      11.0     0         22
FEARING, Adam          2         25      12.5    0         17                        2      25      12.5     0         17
DRANE, Deven           1         20      20.0    0         20                        1      20      20.0     0         20
POTEAT, Jameel         1         28      28.0    0         28                        1      28      28.0     0         28
Total                 13        269      20.7    0         60
Opponents             29        606      20.9    0         42

Interceptions         no.          yds avg       td        lg                       no.    yds       avg     td        lg
SCHAFFER, JK              3      41      13.7    0         16                        7         64    9.1     0         16
CHEATHAM, C.              1      53      53.0    1         53                        2         54   27.0     1         53
BATTLE, D.                1      36      36.0    1         36                        3         36   12.0     1         36
FREY, Drew                1       0       0.0    0          0                        5         15    3.0     0         15
DRANE, Deven              1       0       0.0    0          0                        1          0    0.0     0          0
ROBERSON, Aaron           1      21      21.0    0         21                        1         21   21.0     0         21
Total                     8     151      18.9    2         53
Opponents                 1      -1      -1.0    0          0

Fumble Returns        no.          yds avg       td        lg                       no.    yds       avg     td        lg
BOMAR, Maalik             1         54 54.0      1         54                        1         54   54.0     1         54
Total                     1         54 54.0      1         54
Opponents                 0          0 0.0       0          0




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                 Cincinnati Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Sep 23, 2011)
                                               All games           INDIVIDUAL SEASON/CAREER STATS
                                  SEASON                                                                     CAREER

All Purpose      g   rush         rcv          pr         kr         ir   total avg/g         g    rush         rcv             pr    kr   ir   total   avg/g
PEAD, Isaiah     4   424   49                   0          0          0 473 118.2            35    2453         451             0     21    0   2925    83.6
WOODS, DJ        4    24 254                   34          0          0 312 78.0             42     111        1960           338    751    0   3160    75.2
MCCLUNG, A.      4     0 217                    0          0          0 217 54.2             14       0         434             6    198    0    638    45.6
ABERNATHY, R     4    31   -4                   0        174          0 201 50.2              4      31          -4             0    174    0    201    50.2
THOMPKINS, K.    4     0 176                    0          0          0 176 44.0              4       0         176             0      0    0    176    44.0
POTEAT, Jameel   4   103    0                   0         28          0 131 32.8              4     103           0             0     28    0    131    32.8
COLLAROS, Zac    4    93    0                   0          0          0   93 23.2            35     668           0             0      0    0    668    19.1
FEARING, Adam    2    46    0                   0         25          0   71 35.5             3      52           0             0     25    0     77    25.7
WINN, George     4    71    0                   0          0          0   71 17.8            15     228          25             0      0    0    253    16.9
CHISUM, Alex     4     0   63                   0          0          0   63 15.8             4       0          63             0      0    0     63    15.8
LUALLEN, Jorda   2    53    0                   0          0          0   53 26.5             2      53           0             0      0    0     53    26.5
CHEATHAM, C.     4     0    0                   0          0         53   53 13.2            29       0           0             0      0   54     54     1.9
MILLIGAN, Dann   3     0   15                  28          0          0   43 14.3            15       0          15            28      0    0     43     2.9
TEAGUE, Akise    2    42    0                   0          0          0   42 21.0             2      42           0             0      0    0     42    21.0
SCHAFFER, JK     4     0    0                   0          0         41   41 10.2            41       0           0             0      0   64     64     1.6
LEGAUX, Munch    4    38    0                   0          0          0   38   9.5           11      38          18             0      0    0     56     5.1
BATTLE, D.       3     0    0                   0          0         36   36 12.0            32       0           0             0      0   36     36     1.1
ROBINSON, A.     4     0   30                   0          0          0   30   7.5           30       0         281             0      0    0    281     9.4
LEWIS, Dyjuan    4     0    0                   0         22          0   22   5.5            4       0           0             0     22    0     22     5.5
KAY, Brendon     2    22    0                   0          0          0   22 11.0             5      60           0             0      0    0     60    12.0
ROBERSON, Aar    4     0    0                   0          0         21   21   5.2           12       0           0             0      0   21     21     1.8
DRANE, Deven     4     0    0                   0         20          0   20   5.0           12       0           0             0     20    0     20     1.7
KELCE, Travis    3     0   19                   0          0          0   19   6.3           14      47          22             0      0    0     69     4.9
WASHINGTON,      4     0   14                   0          0          0   14   3.5            4       0          14             0      0    0     14     3.5
WOODARD, Orio    4     0   12                   0          0          0   12   3.0           42       0          30             0      0    0     30     0.7
KING, Anthony    4    12    0                   0          0          0   12   3.0            4      12           0             0      0    0     12     3.0
TEAM             3    -2    0                   0          0          0   -2 -0.7
Total            4   957 845                   62        269        151 2284 571.0
Opponents        4   357 1122                   6        606         -1 2090 522.5

Field Goals                 att    good        long          blkd                            att   good        long           blkd
MILIANO, Tony                8           6          48         2                              8          6          48          2
Total                        8           6          48         2
Opponents                    3           2          37         0

Punting                                      no. yds avg              lg blk             no.       yds       avg         lg    blk
O'DONNELL, Pat                                  9 428 47.6 76              0                 61 2606         42.7        76     0
Total                                           9 428 47.6 76              0
Opponents                                      17 677 39.8 52              0

Kickoffs              no. yds avg               tb ob                                    no.       yds       avg         tb    ob
MILIANO, Tony         18    1158        64.3        2    2                                   18 1158         64.3        2      2
O'DONNELL, Pat        16    1056        66.0        2    1                                   16 1056         66.0        2      1
POPHAM, Shane          2     115        57.5        0    0                                    2 115          57.5        0      0
Total                 36    2329        64.7        4    3
Opponents             16    1001        62.6        2    1




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               Cincinnati Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Sep 23, 2011)
INDIVIDUAL SEASON/CAREER STATS                All games

                       SEASON                                                      CAREER

## Defensive Leaders   gp   ua   a total    tfl sack int pbu   fr   ff blk    gp    ua   a   total    tfl   sack int pbu   fr   ff blk
37   SCHAFFER, JK       4 10 18 28         1.0     .   3 3      .    .    .   41 140 111     251     16.0 4.5     7 12      .   3    .
21   CHEATHAM, C.       4 16    7 23       0.0     .   1 1      .    .    .   29 53 26        79      2.0    .    2 6       .   1    .
24   RICHARDSON, W.     4 12    7 19       0.0     .    . .     .   1     .    4 12    7      19      0.0    .     . .      .   1    .
26   FREY, Drew         4 11    7 18       0.0     .   1 1      .    .    .   31 92 52       144      5.5 1.0     5 6       .    .   .
95   WOLFE, Derek       4   9   4 13       5.5   4.0    . .    1    2     .   36 61 44       105     21.0 14.0     . 1     2    3    .
54   STEWART, Walter    4   6   7 13       3.0     .    . 2     .   1     .   29 84 48       132     19.5 6.5     1 3      1    3    .
20   WILLIAMS, Chris    4   5   8 13       2.0   1.0    . .    1     .    .   25 13 13        26      4.0 2.0     . 1      1     .   .
40   HUGHES, John       3   5   8 13       2.5     .    . .     .    .    .   41 51 52       103     15.5 4.0      . 1     1    1    .
4D   BOMAR, Maalik      4   5   7 12       0.5     .    . 1    2     .    .   25 57 32        89      8.5 2.0     . 1      2    2    .
9    BATTLE, D.         3   8   4 12       1.5     .   1 .      .   1     .   32 68 29        97      8.5 1.0     3 7       .   2    .
36   POOLER, Ben        4   6   5 11       1.0     .    . .    2     .    .    4   6   5      11      1.0    .     . .     2     .   .
99   GIORDANO, Dan      4   3   6   9      3.0   2.0    . 1    1    1     .   29 39 48        87     18.0 8.5      . 3     1    2    .
94   STEPP, Jordan      4   3   6   9      1.5   0.5    . .     .    .    .   15 18 11        29      5.0 0.5     . .       .   1    .
57   CASSEUS, C.        2   5   3   8      2.0     .    . .     .    .    .    2   5   3       8      2.0    .     . .      .    .   .
8D   WITTY, Adrian      4   7   1   8      0.0     .    . 1     .   1     .    8   8   1       9      0.0    .     . 1      .   1    .
13   LAMBERT, Pat       4   5   3   8      0.0     .    . 1     .    .    .   29 21 17        38      1.0 0.5     1 1       .    .   .
87   TAYLOR, Monte      4   2   6   8      1.5   0.5    . .     .   1     .   15   8   7      15      3.5 1.5      . .      .   1    .
43   TEMPLE, Nick       4   5   2   7      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .    4   5   2       7      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
1D   DRANE, Deven       4   5   2   7      1.0     .   1 5     1     .    .   12 11    5      16      1.0    .    1 5      1     .   .
52   JACKSON, Dwight    3   4   2   6      1.0     .    . .     .    .    .    3   4   2       6      1.0    .     . .      .    .   .
25   CHENAULT, Arryn    4   2   3   5      0.0     .    . 1     .    .    .   12   6   5      11      0.0    .     . 1      .    .   .
58   MILLS, Brandon     3   4   1   5      2.0   2.0    . .     .    .    .   28 61 27        88     22.5 11.5     . 1      .   3    .
31   HALEY, Reuben      4   2   3   5      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .   19   2   5       7      0.0    .     . .     1     .   .
90   BEARD, Camaron     3   2   2   4      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .    3   2   2       4      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
84   WOODARD, Orion     4   1   3   4      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .   42 16 12        28      0.0    .    . .      1     .   .
5    JOHNSON, Reuben    2   1   3   4      0.5     .    . .     .    .    .   25 54 17        71      3.5 1.0     1 5      1     .   .
46   MEADOR, Mitch      4   1   3   4      0.5   0.5    . .     .    .    .   16   4   4       8      0.5 0.5      . .      .    .   .
30   ROBERSON, Aaron    4   2   1   3      0.0     .   1 .      .    .    .   12   3   1       4      0.0    .    1 .       .    .   .
32   WINN, George       4   1   2   3      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .   15   2   3       5      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
33   TENTMAN, S.        3   1   1   2      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .    3   1   1       2      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
81   HILTON, Tomaz      3   1   1   2      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .   38 12 12        24      0.0    .    . .       .    .   .
93   HARRAH, Brad       4   2    .  2      1.0     .    . .     .    .    .    4   2    .      2      1.0    .     . .      .    .   .
85   HORNER, Bruce      4   2    .  2      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .   18   8    .      8      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
3    WOODS, DJ          4   1    .  1      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .   42   2   1       3      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
45   TRIGG, Rob         4    .  1   1      0.5   0.5    . .     .    .    .   27   9   9      18      3.0 0.5      . .      .    .   .
5D   HANCOCK, Steve     3    .  1   1      0.5     .    . .     .    .    .   13   3   2       5      2.5 1.0      . .      .    .   .
39   BEAL, Demitri      4   1    .  1      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .    4   1    .      1      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
49   KING, Anthony      4   1    .  1      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .    4   1    .      1      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
14   MILIANO, Tony      4   1    .  1      0.0     .    . .     .    .    .    4   1    .      1      0.0    .     . .      .    .   .
     Total              4 158 138 296       32    11   8 17    8    8     .
     Opponents          4 163 136 299       19     3   1 11    1    3    2




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                                                                                                                    DRIVE/RED ZONE/POSSESSION ANALYSIS
RED ZONE ANALYSIS
CINCINNATI
                                           Times       Times   Total           Rush        Pass    FGs                           ---- Failed to score inside RZ ----
Date         Opponent              Score    In RZ     Scored     Pts     TDs    TDs         TDs   Made        FGA     Downs         Int         Fumb          Half     Game
09/03/11     Austin Peay        W, 72-10        7          7      49       7      5           2      0          0         0           0              0          0         0
09/10/11     at Tennessee       L, 23-45        3          3      16       2      0           2      1          0         0           0              0          0         0
09/17/11     Akron              W, 59-14        5          5      35       5      4           1      0          0         0           0              0          0         0
09/22/11     NC State           W, 44-14        8          7      37       4      3           1      3          0         0            1             0          0         0
10/01/11     at Miami (OH)
10/15/11     Louisville
10/22/11     at USF
11/05/11     at Pittsburgh
11/12/11     West Virginia
11/19/11     at Rutgers
11/26/11     at Syracuse
12/03/11     Connecticut
             TOTALS                           23          22     137      18     12          6       4         0          0           1             0          0          0
             22 OF 23 (95.7%)

OPPONENTS
                                           Times       Times   Total           Rush        Pass    FGs                           ---- Failed to score inside RZ ----
Date         Opponent              Score    In RZ     Scored     Pts     TDs    TDs         TDs   Made        FGA     Downs         Int         Fumb          Half     Game
09/03/11     Austin Peay        W, 72-10        2          2      10       1      1           0      1          0         0           0              0          0         0
09/10/11     at Tennessee       L, 23-45        6          6      38       5      2           3      1          0         0           0              0          0         0
09/17/11     Akron              W, 59-14        2          1       7       1      0           1      0          0         0            1             0          0         0
09/22/11     NC State           W, 44-14        0          0       0       0      0           0      0          0         0           0              0          0         0
10/01/11     at Miami (OH)
10/15/11     Louisville
10/22/11     at USF
11/05/11     at Pittsburgh
11/12/11     West Virginia
11/19/11     at Rutgers
11/26/11     at Syracuse
12/03/11     Connecticut
             TOTALS                           10          9      55        7      3          4       2         0          0           1             0          0          0
             9 OF 10 (90.0%)



  TIME OF POSSESSION

Date            Opponent                      Score            Overall           1st Qtr            2nd Qtr            3rd Qtr                    4th Qtr
09/03/11        Austin Peay                W, 72-10             26:58              5:05                8:47               4:38                       8:28
09/10/11        at Tennessee               L, 23-45              22:37             6:06                6:07               4:31                       5:53
09/17/11        Akron                      W, 59-14             29:45               7:12               5:36               7:24                       9:33
09/22/11        NC State                   W, 44-14             33:56              7:06                9:30               8:29                       8:51
10/01/11        at Miami (OH)
10/15/11        Louisville
10/22/11        at USF
11/05/11        at Pittsburgh
11/12/11        West Virginia
11/19/11        at Rutgers
11/26/11        at Syracuse
12/03/11        Connecticut

                CINCINNATI                    Total             113:16            25:29              30:00              25:02                       32:45
                                               Avg.              28:19             6:22                7:30               6:15                        8:11
                OPPONENTS                     Total            126:44             34:31              30:00              34:58                       27:15
                                               Avg.              31:41             8:37                7:30              8:44                        6:48


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CONVERSIONS
 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS
 Date         Opponent        Score      Overall             1st Qtr           2nd Qtr            3rd Qtr            4th Qtr
 09/03/11     Austin Peay     W, 72-10      5-9     55.6%        1-3   33.3%       3-3   100.0%       1-2    50.0%       0-1      0.0%
 09/10/11     at Tennessee    L, 23-45     5-12     41.7%        1-2   50.0%       2-5    40.0%       1-2    50.0%        1-3    33.3%
 09/17/11     Akron           W, 59-14      6-11    54.5%        1-3   33.3%       3-3   100.0%       0-2     0.0%       2-3     66.7%
 09/22/11     NC State        W, 44-14     9-16     56.2%        2-3   66.7%       3-6    50.0%       2-3    66.7%       2-4     50.0%
 10/01/11     at Miami (OH)
 10/15/11     Louisville
 10/22/11     at USF
 11/05/11     at Pittsburgh
 11/12/11     West Virginia
 11/19/11     at Rutgers
 11/26/11     at Syracuse
 12/03/11     Connecticut
              CINCINNATI                  25-48      52.1%     5-11    45.5%     11-17   64.7%      4-9     44.4%       5-11    45.5%
              OPPONENTS                    21-53    39.6%      5-14    35.7%     4-15    26.7%      6-12    50.0%       6-12    50.0%

 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS
 Date         Opponent        Score      Overall             1st Qtr           2nd Qtr            3rd Qtr            4th Qtr
 09/03/11     Austin Peay     W, 72-10      2-3     66.7%        1-2   50.0%      0-0     0.0%       0-0     0.0%         1-1   100.0%
 09/10/11     at Tennessee    L, 23-45      0-2      0.0%       0-0     0.0%       0-2    0.0%       0-0     0.0%       0-0       0.0%
 09/17/11     Akron           W, 59-14      0-0      0.0%       0-0     0.0%      0-0     0.0%       0-0     0.0%       0-0       0.0%
 09/22/11     NC State        W, 44-14      0-0      0.0%       0-0     0.0%      0-0     0.0%       0-0     0.0%       0-0       0.0%
 10/01/11     at Miami (OH)
 10/15/11     Louisville
 10/22/11     at USF
 11/05/11     at Pittsburgh
 11/12/11     West Virginia
 11/19/11     at Rutgers
 11/26/11     at Syracuse
 12/03/11     Connecticut
              CINCINNATI                    2-5     40.0%       1-2    50.0%      0-2     0.0%       0-0      0.0%       1-1    100.0%
              OPPONENTS                     2-4     50.0%      0-0      0.0%      0-0     0.0%        1-1   100.0%       1-3     33.3%




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20-YARD PLAYS                                                                                                                  LONG PLAYS BY ThE NUMBERS
   YDS. TYPE PLAYER(S)                                       OPP.                                                              Plays by Yards                                                          No.                              TD
    *65 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                              Tennessee                                                               100+ ...................................................................... 0............................. 0
     60 KR     ABERNATHY, RD                          Austin Peay                                                              90-99 .................................................................... 0............................. 0
    *54 FR     BOMAR, Maalik                                Akron                                                              80-89 .................................................................... 0............................. 0
    *53 INT    CHEATHAM, C.                                 Akron                                                              70-79 ..................................................................... 0............................. 0
     50 Pass WOODS, DJ from COLLAROS, Zach                  Akron                                                              60-69 .....................................................................2..............................1
     46 Pass WOODS, DJ from COLLAROS, Zach             Tennessee                                                               50-59......................................................................3............................. 2
     44 Pass THOMPKINS, K. from COLLAROS, Zach           NC State                                                              40-49 .....................................................................3..............................1
    *40 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                             Austin Peay                                                              30-39 ......................................................................4............................. 2
    *36 INT    BATTLE, D.                                   Akron                                                              20-29....................................................................22............................. 2
    *34 Pass WOODS, DJ from COLLAROS, Zach            Austin Peay
     33 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                                NC State                                                              Plays by Type                                                 No.                        TD
     33 Pass MCCLUNG, A. from COLLAROS, Zach             NC State                                                              Rushing ..................................................... 10.........................2
    *29 Pass MCCLUNG, A. from COLLAROS, Zach          Austin Peay                                                              Passing .......................................................12.........................3
     28 KR     POTEAT, Jameel                         Austin Peay                                                              Punt returns ................................................. 1........................ 0
     28 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                                NC State                                                              Kick returns ..................................................7........................ 0
     27 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                              Tennessee                                                               Interceptions ................................................3.........................2
     26 KR     ABERNATHY, RD                             NC State                                                              Fumble returns ............................................. 1......................... 1
     25 Pass MCCLUNG, A. from COLLAROS, Zach                Akron                                                              Other .......................................................... 0........................ 0
     25 Pass CHISUM, Alex from LEGAUX, Munchie        Austin Peay                                                              TOTAL .........................................................34.........................8
    *25 Pass PEAD, Isaiah from COLLAROS, Zach            NC State
     24 PR     WOODS, DJ                                    Akron                                                              LONGEST PLAYS OF ThE YEAR
     24 Rush WOODS, DJ                                Austin Peay                                                              Rushing
     24 Pass THOMPKINS, K. from COLLAROS, Zach         Tennessee                                                               65      PEAD, Isaiah vs Tennessee (9/10/2011)
     24 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                             Austin Peay
     24 Pass MCCLUNG, A. from COLLAROS, Zach             NC State                                                              Rushing Touchdown
     23 KR     ABERNATHY, RD                           Tennessee                                                               65      PEAD, Isaiah vs Tennessee (9/10/2011)
     23 KR     ABERNATHY, RD                           Tennessee
     23 Rush PEAD, Isaiah                              Tennessee                                                               Passing
     22 Pass CHISUM, Alex from COLLAROS, Zach            NC State                                                              50      WOODS, DJ from COLLAROS, Zach
     22 Rush LEGAUX, Munchie                          Austin Peay                                                                      vs Akron (9/17/2011)
     22 KR     LEWIS, Dyjuan                                Akron
      21 INT   ROBERSON, Aaron                        Austin Peay                                                              Passing Touchdown
     20 KR     DRANE, Deven                            Tennessee                                                               34       WOODS, DJ from COLLAROS, Zach
     20 Rush TEAGUE, Akise                                  Akron                                                                       vs Austin Peay (9/3/2011)
* touchdown scored on play
                                                                                                                               Punt Return
                                                                                                                               24      WOODS, DJ vs Akron (9/17/2011)

                                                                                                                               Kick Return
                                                                                                                               60       ABERNATHY, RD vs Austin Peay (9/3/2011)

                                                                                                                               Interception Return
                                                                                                                               53       CHEATHAM, C. vs Akron (9/17/2011)

                                                                                                                               Fumble Return
                                                                                                                               54      BOMAR, Maalik vs Akron (9/17/2011)

                                                                                                                               Punt
                                                                                                                               76            O’DONNELL, Pat vs NC State (9/22/2011)

                                                                                                                               Field Goal
                                                                                                                               48       MILIANO, Tony vs NC State (9/22/2011)




20-PLUS YARDS PLAYS BY PLAYER
PLAYER             NO.    TD     R    P    KR    PR   IR    FR      PLAYER            NO.   TD    R    P   KR   PR   IR   FR
PEAD, Isaiah         8     3     7    1     0     0    0    0       CHEATHAM, C.        1    1    0    0    0    0    1   0
WOODS, DJ            5     1     1    3     0     1    0    0       POTEAT, Jameel      1    0    0    0    1    0    0   0
MCCLUNG, A.          4     1     0    4     0     0    0    0       LEGAUX, Munchie     1    0    1    0    0    0    0   0
ABERNATHY, RD        4     0     0    0     4     0    0    0       LEWIS, Dyjuan       1    0    0    0    1    0    0   0
CHISUM, Alex         2     0     0    2     0     0    0    0       ROBERSON, Aaron     1    0    0    0    0    0    1   0
THOMPKINS, K.        2     0     0    2     0     0    0    0       DRANE, Deven        1    0    0    0    1    0    0   0
BATTLE, D.           1     1     0    0     0     0    1    0       TEAGUE, Akise       1    0    1    0    0    0    0   0
BOMAR, Maalik        1     1     0    0     0     0    0     1      TOTAL              34    8   10   12    7    1    3    1

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SCORING DRIVES/PLAYS
OPPONENT       QTR.   PLAYS     YDS.     TOP     RESULT                          SCORING PLAY
Austin Peay       1        1     40     0:18         TD                      Pead 40-yard run
Austin Peay       1        7      48     1:24        TD                       Pead 13-yard run
Austin Peay       1       4       36    1:09         TD   Thompkins 13-yard pass from Collaros
Austin Peay       2      14       95     5:01        TD      Woods 34-yard pass from Collaros
Austin Peay       2      10       78    4:00         TD      McClung 8-yard pass from Collaros
Austin Peay       2        3      25     0:18        TD     McClung 29-yard pass from Collaros
Austin Peay       3       6       22     2:14        FG              Miliano 39-yard field goal
Austin Peay       3       4       39     1:14        TD                     Legaux 5-yard run
Austin Peay       4       6       61    2:29         TD                     Teague 4-yard run
Austin Peay       4        1       11   0:08         TD                     Luallen 11-yard run
Austin Peay       4       11      72    6:52         TD                    Fearing 14-yard run

at Tennessee     1        3       80     1:36       TD                       Pead 65-yard run
at Tennessee     1        5       80    1:40        TD     Robinson 13-yard pass from Collaros
at Tennessee     3        9       69    3:00        FG               Miliano 23-yard field goal
at Tennessee     4        4       22      1:11      TD     McClung six-yard pass from Collaros

Akron            1        9       60    3:19        TD                          Pead 1-yard run
Akron            1        1       54                TD         Bomar 54-yard fumble recovery
Akron            2        1       36                TD       Battle 36-yard interception return
Akron            2        5       67     1:19       TD                       Collaros 7-yard run
Akron            2        7       40    2:33        TD     Robinson 15-yard pass from Collaros
Akron            2        5       29    1:54        TD                         Winn 3-yard run
Akron            2        1       53                TD    Cheatham 53-yard interception return
Akron            3       10       52    4:21        FG                Miliano 47-yard field goal
Akron            4        5       28    1:47        TD                        Poteat 7-yard run

NC State         1         6      35    2:02        TD                        Pead 2-yard run
NC State         1          7     63    3:04        TD                    Collaros 13-yard run
NC State         2        12      66    4:07        TD                    Collaros 10-yard run
NC State         2         9      54     3:18       FG              Miliano 26-yard field goal
NC State         3         8      55    2:04        FG              Miliano 48-yard field goal
NC State         3         8      77    3:33        TD        Pead 25-yard pass from Collaros
NC State         3         8      86    2:47        TD    Thompkins 4-yard pass from Collaros
NC State         4         11     62    6:26        FG              Miliano 22-yard field goal

                                                                                                                                                                  DRIVES SUMMARY
                                                                                                   AVERAGE SCORING DRIVE/PLAY STATS
                                                                                                   Plays: 6.8 per drive; Yards: 53.5 per drive; Avg. Drive Time: 2:52
                                                                                                   29 scoring drives, 198 plays, 1,552 yards, 4,388 seconds

                                                                                                   hIGhS/LOWS
                                                                                                   Longest drive (time):
                                                                                                   6:52 vs. Austin Peay (11 plays, 72 yards, Fearing 14-yard run)
                                                                                                   Shortest drive (time):
                                                                                                   0:06 vs. Austin Peay (1 play, 11 yards, Luallen 11-yard run)
                                                                                                   Longest drive (yards):
                                                                                                   95 yards vs. Austin Peay (14 plays, 95 yards, Woods 34-yard pass from Collaros)
                                                                                                   Shortest drive (yards):
                                                                                                   11 yards vs. Austin Peay (1 play, 11 yards, Luallen 11-yard run)

                                                                                                   DRIVE START SUMMARY
                                                                                                   Obtained                                                                                         No.            Own Avg.                           No.                  Opp Avg.
                                                                                                   Kickoff ........................................................................................... 16 .................. 28.0.......................37 ........................ 25.9
                                                                                                   Punt................................................................................................17 .................. 36.4........................9 .......................... 11.1
                                                                                                   Field goal ........................................................................................ 1 ...................27.0........................ 2 .........................27.5
                                                                                                   Fumble ............................................................................................8 ...................61.8.........................1 ........................54.0
                                                                                                   Interception ....................................................................................8 ..................66.4.........................1 ..........................4.0
                                                                                                   Downs .............................................................................................2 ..................49.0........................ 3 ........................ 45.7
                                                                                                   ALL DRIVES ...................................................................... 52................42.6 ...................53 ....................24.7


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                   GAME 1 • SEPT. 3, 2011 • NIPPERT STAdIum • CINCINNATI, OHIO • ATT.: 23,282                                            GAME 2 • SEPT. 10, 2011 • NEYLANd STAdIum • KNOXVILLE, TENN. • ATT.: 94,207

                              Austin Peay                                                                        10                                  Cincinnati                                                                           23
                              Cincinnati                                                                         72                                  Tennessee                                                                            45
CINCINNATI (AP) - Isaiah Pead ran for Cincinnati’s first two touchdowns, and Zach Collaros threw for                    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The University of Cincinnati football team fell to University of Tennessee 45-23
the next four—all in the first half—leading the Bearcats to a 72-10 victory over Austin Peay.                           Saturday before a Neyland Stadium crowd of 94,207.
    The Bearcats dominated, scoring the third-most points in their history.                                                 After Cincinnati tied the score 14-14 midway through the first quarter, Tennessee produced 21
    Cincinnati scored on six of its seven first-half possessions. Pead ran 40 yards for a touchdown on                  straight points to build a lead the Bearcats were unable to overcome.
the Bearcats’ first play. He also scored on a 13-yard run and finished with 87 yards.                                       Cincinnati halfback Isaiah Pead rushed for 155 yards on 14 carries to lead the Bearcats attack.
    Collaros, the Big East’s top returning passer, played only the first half and was 12 of 19 for 134 yards.           Senior quarterback Zach Collaros went 21-34 for 230 yards and two touchdowns. Senior receiver D.J.
His 34-yard pass to D.J. Woods completed a 95-yard drive in the second quarter. Collaros also threw                     Woods had a team-high nine receptions for 111 yards. Junior receiver Kenbrell Thompkins, a one-time
a pair of touchdown passes to Anthony McClung in the last 39 seconds of the first half for a 41-0 lead.                 Volunteer signee, recorded career highs in catches (four) and receiving yards (58).
    Their opener in head coach Butch Jones’ second season was much better, though played in front                           On the opening possession of the game, the Bearcats needed just three plays to score after Pead
of a crowd of 23,282. Last year, they went to Fresno State and got beat 28-14 in 94-degree heat,                        took his first carry down the right sideline for a 65-yard touchdown.
wearing down as the game went along. No such problems on Saturday in 93-degree weather against                              Tennessee responded with a seven-play scoring drive on their first possession, punctuated by a
an overmatched opponent.                                                                                                two-yard TD run by tailback Marlin Lane that tied the score 7-7 with 9:53 remaining in the first quarter.
    Cincinnati won the coin toss, and freshman Ralph David Abernathy IV returned the kickoff 60                             Volunteers place kicker Michael Palardy recovered his own on-side kick on the ensuing kickoff
yards. On the Bearcats’ first play, Collaros handed off to Pead and threw a downfield block on safety                   to give Tennessee possession. Four plays later, Bray threw a 33-yard streak down the left sideline to
Amius Smith, opening the way for the Big East’s top returning runner to go 40 yards untouched.                          sophomore receiver Justin Hunter for a touchdown.
    The Bearcats had a 14-play, 95-yard drive in the second quarter that left the Governors’ defense                        Trailing 14-7, Cincinnati went on a five-play, 80-yard drive that ended with a Collaros touchdown
running on fumes. Collaros threw a 34-yard pass to D.J. Woods, who ran past cornerback Sheldon                          pass to tight end Adrien Robinson, tying the score 14-14 with 6:38 left in the first quarter.
Wade to make the catch for a 27-0 lead.                                                                                     Cincinnati made the first defensive stop of the game after senior defensive back Dominique Battle
    Collaros threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to McClung with 39 seconds left, and Cincinnati recovered                   forced Lane to fumble, which was recovered by UC linebacker Ben Pooler at the Bearcats 28-yard line.
a fumble on the kickoff. Austin Peay dropped seven defenders into pass coverage, but Collaros found                     Cincinnati could not capitalize on the turnover and punted for the first time for either team on its
McClung wide open in the middle of the field for a 29-yard touchdown that made it 41-0.                                 third possession.
    Cincinnati went with its reserves in the second half.                                                                   Through the first quarter both teams combined for 342 yards, including Pead’s 104 yards rushing
                                                                                                                        on five attempts, his sixth career 100-yard performance.
SCORE BY QUARTERS                                                   1          2         3        4                F    SCORE BY QUARTERS                                                   1          2          3        4                F
Austin Peay                                                         0         0          3        7        -      10    Cincinnati                                                         14          0          3        6        -      23
Cincinnati                                                         20         21        10       21        -      72    Tennessee                                                          14         14         14        3        -      45
SCORING SUMMARY                                                                                                         SCORING SUMMARY
QTR TIME TEAM                 SCORING PLAY                                                            DRIVE; TIME       QTR TIME TEAM                SCORING PLAY                                                              DRIVE; TIME
1st    14:42 CIN              Pead 40 yd run (Miliano kick failed)                                        1-40, 0:18    1st    13:24 CIN             Pead 65 yd run (Miliano kick)                                                3-80; 1:36
       08:38 CIN              Pead 13 yd run (Miliano kick)                                               7-48, 1:24           09:53 UT              Lane 2 yd run (Palardy kick)                                                  7-73; 3:25
       02:23 CIN              Thompkins 13 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                          4-36, 1:09            08:08 UT              Hunter 33 yd pass from Bray (Palardy kick)                                   5-59; 1:45
2nd 10:31 CIN                 Woods 34 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                             14-95, 5:01            06:28 CIN             Robinson 13 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                             5-80; 1:40
       00:39 CIN              McClung 8 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                           10-78, 4:00      2nd 13:20       UT           Rogers 11 yd pass from Bray (Palardy kick)                                   7-80; 2:23
       00:09 CIN              McClung 29 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                             3-25, 0:18            01:15   UT           Rogers 15 yd pass from Bray (Palardy kick)                                   9-53; 3:47
3rd 10:47 CIN                 Miliano 39 yd field goal                                                    6-22, 2:14    3rd    10:16    UT           Bray 1 yd run (Palardy kick)                                               10-70; 4:30
       07:05 CIN              Legaux 5 yd run (Miliano kick)                                               4-39, 1:14          07:09 CIN             Miliano 23 yd field goal                                                    9-69; 3:00
       01:10 APSU             Stansell 21 yd field goal                                                   11-71, 5:51          01:24    UT           Rogers 16 yd pass from Bray (Palardy kick)                                    11-71; 5:41
4th 13:34 CIN                 Teague 4 yd run (Miliano kick)                                             6-61, 2:29     4th 08:46 CIN                McClung 6 yd pass from Collaros (Collaros pass failed)                         4-22; 1:11
        12:16  CIN            Luallen 11 yd run (Popham kick)                                              1-11, 0:06          01:44    UT           Palardy, M. 37 yd field goal                                                11-40; 7:02
       08:06 APSU             Kitts 8 yd run (Stansell kick)                                              8-71, 4:05
       01:10 CIN              Fearing 14 yd run (Popham kick)                                            11-72, 6:52

TEAM STATISTICS              APSU                UC   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                                             TEAM STATISTICS                 UC              UT   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
FIRST DOWNS                      16              32   RUShING: Austin Peay-KITTS, Wesley 9-65; WHITE, Ryan              FIRST DOWNS                      18             34   RUShING: Cincinnati-PEAD, Isaiah 14-155; POTEAT, Jameel
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)          35-128         49-387     21-65; TUCKER, Cody 2-7; HOWELL, Tee 1-minus 1; RYAN, Jake        RUSHES-YARDS (NET)          26-166        35-126     4-9; COLLAROS, Zach 7-1; WINN, George 1-1. Tennessee-Poole,
PASSING YDS (NET)               149             174   2-minus 8. Cincinnati-PEAD, Isaiah 7-87; FEARING, Adam            PASSING YDS (NET)              230            405    T. 21-101; Lane, M. 8-16; Neal, R. 3-10; Bray, T. 2-3; Rogers, D.
Passes Att-Comp-Int        23-16-2        22-14-0     6-43; LEGAUX, Munchie 5-36; LUALLEN, Jordan 4-36; WINN,           Passes Att-Comp-Int        34-21-0       41-34-0     1-minus 4.
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 58-277            71-561    George 6-33; POTEAT, Jameel 4-30; ABERNATHY, RD 4-26;             TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 60-396          76-531
Fumble Returns-Yards            0-0            0-0    COLLAROS, Zach 5-25; WOODS, DJ 1-24; KAY, Brendon 3-22;           Fumble Returns-Yards           0-0            0-0    PASSING: Cincinnati-COLLAROS, Zach 21-34-0-230.
Punt Returns-Yards              0-0             2-6   TEAGUE, Akise 2-13; KING, Anthony 2-12.                           Punt Returns-Yards             0-0             1-0   Tennessee-Bray, T. 34-41-0-405.
Kickoff Returns-Yards       10-197            3-96                                                                      Kickoff Returns-Yards         5-85          4-88
Interception Returns-Yards      0-0           2-32    PASSING: Austin Peay-RYAN, Jake 16-23-2-149. Cincinnati-          Interception Returns-Yards     0-0            0-0    RECEIVING: Cincinnati-WOODS, DJ 9-111; MCCLUNG, A. 5-33;
Punts (Number-Avg)          4-36.8          0-0.0     COLLAROS, Zach 12-19-0-134; LEGAUX, Munchie 2-3-0-40.             Punts (Number-Avg)          3-42.0         1-35.0    THOMPKINS, K. 4-58; PEAD, Isaiah 2-15; ROBINSON, A. 1-13.
Fumbles-Lost                    3-3            0-0                                                                      Fumbles-Lost                   2-0             2-2   Tennessee-Hunter, J. 10-156; Rogers, D. 10-100; Rivera,
Penalties-Yards               8-58            3-23    RECEIVING: Austin Peay-STARK, Devin 4-61; ADAMS, Ashlon           Penalties-Yards               4-40           7-63    M. 6-54; Poole, T. 3-30; Downs, B. 2-32; Rogers, Z. 2-25;
Possession Time              33:02           26:58    4-26; EMBRY, Jamaar 2-18; THOMAS, Scott 2-13; HOWELL, Tee         Possession Time              22:37          37:23    Bartholomew, B. 1-8.
Third-Down Conversions      2 of 10         5 of 9    1-12; WHITE, Ryan 1-8; TUCKER, Cody 1-7; TEETER, Delton 1-4.      Third-Down Conversions      5 of 12      10 of 13
Fourth-Down Conversions       1 of 1        2 of 3    Cincinnati-WOODS, DJ 4-59; MCCLUNG, A. 3-48; THOMPKINS,           Fourth-Down Conversions      0 of 2        0 of 0
Red-Zone Scores-Chances         2-2             7-7   K. 2-20; CHISUM, Alex 1-25; MILLIGAN, Danny 1-15; PEAD, Isaiah    Red-Zone Scores-Chances         3-3           6-6
Sacks By: Number-Yards          0-0            2-14   1-10; WASHINGTON, S. 1-1; ABERNATHY, RD 1-minus 4.                Sacks By: Number-Yards         0-0            2-17

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                                                                                    2011 CINCINNATI FOOTBALL
                  GAME 3 • SEPT. 17, 2011 • NIPPERT STAdIum • CINCINNATI, OHIO • ATT.: 24,991                                         GAME 4 • SEPT. 22, 2011 • NIPPERT STAdIum • CINCINNATI, OHIO • ATT.: 28,431

                             Akron                                                                            14                                  NC State                                                                           14
                             Cincinnati                                                                       59                                  Cincinnati                                                                         44
CINCINNATI - Following a stellar performance by the defense, the University of Cincinnati football team              CINCINNATI - After a dominating defensive performance, the University of Cincinnati football team
defeated Akron 59-14 at Nippert Stadium. Wide receiver DJ Woods led the offense with two catches for                 (3-1) defeated the NC State Wolfpack (2-2), 44-14, at Nippert Stadium in front of 28,431 fans.
62 yards, while linebacker Clemente Casseus paced the defense with five tackles.                                          Two of UC’s touchdowns came from takeaways, while the defensive held NCSU to -26 rushing
    Zach Collaros was 10-of-16 for 157 yards as one of four quarterbacks who saw action against UA.                  yards. Isaiah Pead lit up the offense, recording his second 100-yard rushing game of the season with
    The Bearcats got off to a quick start with the help of senior running back Isaiah Pead, who touched              167 yards, while Zach Collaros went 25-of-34 for 263 yards and two touchdowns, in addition to two
the ball multiple times before capping a nine-play, 60-yard drive with a one-yard rushing touchdown.                 rushing touchdowns.
It marked the third-straight game he recorded a rushing touchdown and was the third-consecutive                           Following one scoreless possession each, Pat O’Donnell kicked a 76-yard punt - the second longest
game UC scored on its opening drive.                                                                                 in Bearcat history - pinning the ball at NC State’s 3-yard line. Just as the Wolfpack was gaining
    Derek Wolfe got to UA quarterback Clayton Moore, knocking the ball loose and springing Maalik                    yardage, Drew Frey made his first pick of the year, which eventually allowed Pead to continue his
Bomar to run it back 54 yards for a touchdown with 8:21 remaining in the first.                                      streak, putting Cincinnati’s first points on the board for the fourth-consecutive game.
    On Akron’s second possession, senior defensive back Dominique Battle intercepted a pass from                          Kenbrell Thompkins converted a third-and-17 situation with a 44-yard reception and the Bearcats
Moore and scored his first-career touchdown on a 36-yard run, giving Cincinnati the 21-0 advantage.                  found themselves in the endzone a second time to give the hosts the 14-0 lead with 8:34 remaining
    After the Zips were forced to punt, the Bearcats marched down the field, yet again, on its next                  in the first quarter.
drive, which was highlighted by a 50-yard reception by senior wide receiver DJ Woods. Collaros                            JK Schaffer continued the defensive domination when he grabbed an interception with one
pitched in another rushing touchdown - his first of the season - to make the score 28-0.                             minute remaining in the first quarter and then, as if by second nature, Collaros and company brought
    The defense recorded its third touchdown of the day when Camerron Cheatham picked off Moore                      it in for another touchdown to make it 21-0.
and ran it back 53 yards to make the score 49-0 heading into the locker room.                                             Later on, Tony Miliano capped a nine-play, 54-yard drive with a 26-yard field goal to give Cincinnati
    Akron threatened to score on the opening drive of the second half, but Deven Drane denied any                    the 24-7 edge heading into the locker room.
Zips’ points by catching his first-career interception in the end zone with 10:38 left on the clock.                      UC didn’t show any signs of letting up in the second half, as sophomore wide receiver Anthony
    Following a field goal by freshman kicker Tony Miliano, the two teams traded two possessions                     McClung single-handedly gave the Bearcats 57 yards on the drive and allowed for a 48-yard field goal
each before freshman running back Jameel Poteat ran in his first-career touchdown - a seven-yard                     by Miliano to increase the lead, 27-7.
rush - to make the score 59-0.                                                                                            After a scoreless NCSU drive, Cincinnati began its longest drive of the evening, which was
                                                                                                                     highlighted by a 25-yard touchdown pass to Pead.
SCORE BY QUARTERS                                                   1         2         3        4              F    SCORE BY QUARTERS                                                   1         2          3       4                F
Akron                                                               0         0         0       14       -     14    NC State                                                            0         7          7       0        -      14
Cincinnati                                                         14        35         3        7       -     59    Cincinnati                                                         14        10         17       3        -      44
SCORING SUMMARY                                                                                                      SCORING SUMMARY
QTR TIME TEAM                SCORING PLAY                                                            DRIVE; TIME     QTR TIME TEAM                SCORING PLAY                                                            DRIVE; TIME
1st     11:41  CIN           Pead 1 yd run (Miliano kick)                                              9-60; 3:19    1st    08:39 CIN             Pead 2 yd run (Miliano kick)                                               6-35; 2:02
       08:21 CIN             Bomar 54 yd fumble recovery (Miliano kick)                                                     04:07 CIN             Collaros 13 yd run (Miliano kick)                                          7-63; 3:04
2nd 14:51      CIN           Battle 36 yd interception return (Miliano kick)                                         2nd 11:52      CIN           Collaros 10 yd run (Miliano kick)                                        12-66; 4:07
       11:40 CIN             Collaros 7 yd run (Miliano kick)                                           5-67; 1:19          04:30 ST              Graham 87 yd pass from Glennon (Sade kick)                                   3-96; 1:11
       07:56 CIN             Robinson 15 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                          7-40; 2:33           01:06 CIN             Miliano 26 yd field goal                                                   9-54; 3:18
       04:54 CIN             Winn 3 yd run (Miliano kick)                                              5-29; 1:44    3rd     12:51  CIN           Miliano 48 yd field goal                                                  8-55; 2:04
       01:41 CIN             Cheatham 53 yd interception return (Miliano kick)                                              07:16 CIN             Pead 25 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                                8-77; 3:33
3rd 06:17 CIN                Miliano 47 yd field goal                                                 10-52; 4:21           04:13    ST           Graham 49 yd pass from Glennon (Sade kick)                                 6-67; 2:57
4th 14:26 CIN                Poteat 7 yd run (Popham kick)                                              5-28 1:47           01:26 CIN             Thompkins 4 yd pass from Collaros (Miliano kick)                           8-86; 2:47
       13:37 AKRON           Sconiers 51 yd pass from Moore (Marchese kick)                           2-60; 0:49     4th 07:20 CIN                Miliano 22 yd field goal                                                  11-62; 6:26
       00:50 AKRON           Price 11 yd pass from Moore (Marchese kick)                                7-46; 1:12



TEAM STATISTICS                  UA            UC     INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                                          TEAM STATISTICS                  ST            UC    INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
FIRST DOWNS                       17           20     RUShING: Akron-CHISHOLM, Jawon 25-133; ALEXANDER,              FIRST DOWNS                      13            24    RUShING: NC State-Underwood, C. 6-6; Creecy, T. 2-minus 1;
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)          34-129        45-164      Brod 1-7; ROSSI, Nick 2-4; BOSTICK, Karl 2-3; MOORE, Clayton   RUSHES-YARDS (NET)          22--26       46-240      Washington, J. 4-minus 1; Brosius, T. 1-minus 7; Glennon, M.
PASSING YDS (NET)               220           178     4-minus 18. Cincinnati-POTEAT, Jameel 10-55; TEAGUE, Akise     PASSING YDS (NET)              348           263     8-minus 11; TEAM 1-minus 12. Cincinnati-PEAD, Isaiah 27-167;
Passes Att-Comp-Int        36-17-4        21-13-0     6-29; WINN, George 3-17; LUALLEN, Jordan 5-17; COLLAROS,       Passes Att-Comp-Int        40-28-2       34-25-1     COLLAROS, Zach 9-52; WINN, George 6-20; POTEAT, Jameel
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 70-349          66-342      Zach 2-15; PEAD, Isaiah 6-15; ABERNATHY, RD 4-11; FEARING,     TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-322         80-503      2-9; TEAM 1-minus 2; ABERNATHY, RD 1-minus 6.
Fumble Returns-Yards            0-0          1-54     Adam 1-3; LEGAUX, Munchie 3-2; KING, Anthony 5-0.              Fumble Returns-Yards           0-0           0-0
Punt Returns-Yards              0-0          3-52                                                                    Punt Returns-Yards              1-6           2-4    PASSING: NC State-Glennon, M. 25-36-2-334; Brosius, T. 3-4-
Kickoff Returns-Yards         8-161          2-39     PASSING: Akron-MOORE, Clayton 16-30-3-213; NICELY, Patrick     Kickoff Returns-Yards        7-160          3-49     0-14. Cincinnati-COLLAROS, Zach 25-34-1-263.
Interception Returns-Yards      0-0         4-103     1-6-1-7. Cincinnati-COLLAROS, Zach 10-16-0-157; LEGAUX,        Interception Returns-Yards     1--1          2-16
Punts (Number-Avg)         6-40.0          3-41.0     Munchie 3-4-0-21; LUALLEN, Jordan 0-1-0-0.                     Punts (Number-Avg)          6-42.5        3-59.7     RECEIVING: NC State-Graham, T. 7-176; Washington, J. 7-46;
Fumbles-Lost                    3-2            1-1                                                                   Fumbles-Lost                    2-1          2-0     Smith, J. 4-37; Underwood, B. 2-32; Underwood, C. 2-21;
Penalties-Yards               9-78           4-45     RECEIVING: Akron-SCONIERS, Keith 7-137; PRICE, A.J. 3-34;      Penalties-Yards               6-40          3-35     Bryan, G. 2-19; Howard, S. 2-8; Payton, Q. 1-9; Purvis, T. 1-0.
Possession Time              30:15          29:45     SUEL, Marquelo 3-17; DILLARD, Jerrod 2-15; CHISHOLM, Jawon     Possession Time              26:04         33:56     Cincinnati-MCCLUNG, A. 6-94; WOODS, DJ 6-22; THOMPKINS,
Third-Down Conversions      3 of 14        6 of 11    1-14; RITOSSA, Anthon 1-3. Cincinnati-MCCLUNG, A. 3-42;        Third-Down Conversions      6 of 16       9 of 16    K. 5-72; PEAD, Isaiah 3-24; CHISUM, Alex 2-30; KELCE, Travis
Fourth-Down Conversions       1 of 1       0 of 0     THOMPKINS, K. 3-26; WOODS, DJ 2-62; WASHINGTON, S. 2-13;       Fourth-Down Conversions      0 of 2       0 of 0     2-19; ROBINSON, A. 1-2.
Red-Zone Scores-Chances          1-2          5-5     ROBINSON, A. 1-15; WOODARD, Orion 1-12; CHISUM, Alex 1-8.      Red-Zone Scores-Chances        0-0            7-8
Sacks By: Number-Yards          0-0          3-25                                                                    Sacks By: Number-Yards          1-8         6-33

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                                                                         2011 CINCINNATI FOOTBALL

                                                                                                                                                                                              ThE LAST TIME
SCORING:                                                           Two teammates rushed for 100+ yards in a game:                          KICKING:
A kickoff was returned for a touchdown:                             UC: Eddington (138 yds.) & R. Hall (117) vs. ECU, 9/1/03               An extra point kick was missed:
 UC: Mardy Gilyard, at Pittsburgh, 12/5/09, 99 yards               OPP: White (155) & Slaton (103), West Virginia, 11/17/07                 UC: by Tony Miliano, vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11
OPP: Mike Jenkins, USF, 11/3/07, 100 yards                                                                                                 OPP: by Garrett Palmer, San Diego State, 9/29/07
                                                                   PASSING:
A punt was returned for a touchdown:                               An individual passed for 300 +yards in a game:                          An individual made four field goals:
 UC: Mardy Gilyard, vs. SEMO, 9/12/09, 53 yards                     UC: 366 by Zach Collaros, vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10                         UC: 4 by Jacob Rogers, vs. Connecticut, 11/7/09
      Antwuan Giddens at USF, 11/3/07, 0 yards (block)             OPP: 405 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                              OPP: 4, by Dave Teggart, UConn, 10/25/08
OPP: Robert McClain, Connecticut, 11/7/09, 87 yards
      Tiger Jones, Louisville, 11/27/04, 0 yards (block)           An individual passed for 400+ yards in a game:                          A 50-yard field goal was made:
                                                                    UC: 463 by Zach Collaros, vs. USF, 10/22/10                             UC: 53 yards by Jake Rogers, at Hawai’i, 12/06/08
An interception was returned for a touchdown:                      OPP: 405 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                              OPP: 52 yards by Pat McAfee, at West Virginia, 11/8/08
 UC: Dominique Battle, vs. Akron, 9/17/11, 30 yards
       Camerron Cheatham, vs. Akron, 9/17/11, 53 yards             An individual completed 30+ passes in a game:                           An individual punted 10 times:
OPP: Robert McClain, UConn, 10/25/08, 28 yards                      UC: 30 by Zach Collaros, vs. USF, 10/22/10                              UC: 10 by Chet Ervin at West Virginia, 9/13/03
                                                                   OPP: 34 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                               OPP: 10 by Teddy Dellaganna, Rutgers, 10/11/08
Two interceptions were returned for touchdowns:
 UC: Dominique Battle, vs. Akron, 9/17/11, 30 yards                An individual attempted 40 passes in a game:                            A team did not punt in a game:
      Camerron Cheatham, vs. Akron, 9/17/11, 53 yards               UC: 50 by Zach Collaros, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                       UC: Austin Peay, 9/3/11
OPP: C. Chenault and D. Johnson, Kentucky, 9/27/86                 OPP: 41 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                               OPP: Syracuse, 10/10/98

A fumble was recovered/returned for a touchdown:                   An individual attempted 50 passes in a game:                            An individual blocked a punt:
 UC: Maalik Bomar, vs. Akron, 9/17/11, 54 yards                     UC: 50 by Zach Collaros, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                       UC: by Connor Barwin, at UConn, 10/25/08
OPP: Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse, 10/30/10 (0 yards)                OPP: 51 by Landry Jones, Oklahoma, 9/25/10                              OPP: by Brandon Bing, Rutgers, 11/20/10

The defense produced three touchdowns:                             An individual threw three touchdown passes:                             An individual blocked a field goal:
 UC: 3 (2 INT, 1 FMB) vs. Akron, 9/17/11                            UC: 4 by Zach Collaros, vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10                           UC: by Adam Roberts at Syracuse, 9/18/04
OPP: n/a                                                           OPP: 4 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                                OPP: by Hasan Hazime, Akron, 9/17/11

A safety was recorded:                                             An individual threw four touchdown passes:                              A player intercepted two passes in a game:
 UC: vs. Indiana State, 9/11/10, sack in the end zone               UC: 4 by Zach Collaros, vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10                           UC: 3 by DeAngelo Smith, vs. Southern Miss, 12/22/07
OPP: by West Virginia, 11/13/10, sack in the end zone              OPP: 4 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                                OPP: 2 by Dom DeCicco, Pittsburgh, 12/4/10

A two-point conversion was made:                                   An individual threw five touchdown passes:                              TEAM:
 UC: at Pittsburgh (Gilyard pass from Pike), 12/5/09                UC: 5 by Zach Collaros, at Louisville, 10/15/10                        A team rushed for 200 yards in a game:
OPP: by Connecticut (Easley pass from Todman), 11/7/09             OPP: 5 by Jason McKinley, Houston, 11/14/98                              UC: 240 vs. NC State, 9/22/11
                                                                                                                                           OPP: 272 by Pittsburgh, 12/4/10
A defensive two-point conversion was made:                         An individual threw four interceptions in a game:
 UC: Daven Holly vs. Miami (OH), 9/11/04                            UC: 4 by Zach Collaros, at Connecticut, 11/27/10                       A team rushed for 300 yards in a game:
OPP: David Williams, Houston, 11/14/98                             OPP: 4 by Matt Grothe, USF, 11/3/07                                      UC: 387 vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11
                                                                                                                                           OPP: 313 by West Virginia, 11/11/06
An individual scored three touchdowns in a game:                   RECEIVING:
 UC: Isaiah Pead (4 rushing, 1 receiving), vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10   An individual caught 10 or more passes in a game:                       A team rushed for less than 100 yards in a game:
OPP: Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh (4 rushing), 12/4/10                    UC: 10 by Armon Binns, at West Virginia, 11/13/10                       UC: 60 at West Virginia, 11/13/10
                                                                   OPP: 10 by Justin Hunter, Tennessee, 9/10/11                            OPP: -26 by NC State, 9/22/11
LONG PLAYS:                                                               10 by Da’Rick Rogers, Tennessee, 9/10/11
A run went for 50 yards or more:                                                                                                           A team passed for more than 300 yards in a game:
 UC: 65 by Isaiah Pead, at Tennessee, 9/10/11                      An individual had 100 yards receiving in a game:                         UC: 366 vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10
OPP: 76 by Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 12/4/10                          UC: 111 by DJ Woods, at Tennessee, 9/10/11                             OPP: 348 by NC State, 9/22/11
                                                                   OPP: 176 by TJ Graham, NC State, 9/22/11
A pass was completed for 50 yards or more:                                                                                                 A team passed for more than 400 yards in a game:
 UC: 69 yards from Collaros to Binns, vs. USF, 10/22/10            An individual had 200 yards receiving in a game:                         UC: 512 vs. USF, 10/22/10
OPP: 51 yards from Moore to Sconiers, Akron, 9/17/11                UC: 210 by Marcus Barnett vs. West Virginia, 11/17/07                  OPP: 405 by Tennessee, 9/10/11
                                                                   OPP: 226 by Howard Twilley, Tulsa, 10/23/65
A pass was completed for 75 yards or more:                                                                                                 A team passed for less than 100 yards in a game:
 UC: 81, Collaros to Binns, at Syracuse, 10/31/09                  Two teammates had 100 yards receiving in a game:                         UC: 43 vs. Miami (OH), 9/30/06
OPP: 87 yards from Glennon to Graham, NC State, 9/22/11             UC: Barnett (174), Binns (158), and Woods (137), vs. USF 10/22/10      OPP: 59 by Syracuse, 11/29/08
                                                                   OPP: Justin Hunter (156) and Da’Rick Rogers (100), Tennessee, 9/10/11
RUShING:                                                                                                                                   A team had 400 yards of total offense:
An individual rushed for 100 +yards in a game:                     Three teammates had 100 yards receiving in a game:                       UC: 561 vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11
 UC: 167 by Isaiah Pead, vs. NC State, 9/22/11                      UC: Barnett (174), Binns (158), and Woods (137), vs. USF 10/22/10      OPP: 405 by Tennessee, 9/10/11
OPP: 133 by Jawon Chisholm, Akron, 9/17/11                         OPP: n/a
                                                                                                                                           A team had 500 yards of total offense:
An individual rushed for 200 +yards in a game:                     TOTAL OFFENSE:                                                           UC: 503 vs. NC State, 9/22/11
 UC: 222 by Isaiah Pead, vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10                     An individual had 300 yards of total offense:                           OPP: 592 by Oklahoma, 9/6/08
OPP: 261 by Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 12/4/10                         UC: 315 by Zach Collaros, vs. NC State, 9/22/11
                                                                   OPP: 408 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                              A team had 600 yards of total offense:
An individual rushed 30 times in a game:                                                                                                    UC: 661 vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10
 UC: 31 carries by Isaiah Pead, vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10              An individual had 400 yards of total offense:                           OPP: 601 by Syracuse, 10/10/98
OPP: 42 carries by Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 12/4/10                  UC: 490 by Zach Collaros, vs. USF, 10/22/10
                                                                   OPP: 408 by Tyler Bray, Tennessee, 9/10/11                              A team had less than 200 yards of total offense:
An individual rushed 40 times in a game:                                                                                                    UC: 190 at Memphis, 11/11/00
 UC: 41 carries by DeMarco McCleskey vs. E. Carolina, 11/5/98      An individual had 200 all-purpose yards:                                OPP: 176, by SEMO, 9/12/09
OPP: 42 carries by Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 12/4/10                  UC: 291 by D.J. Woods, vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10
                                                                   OPP: 275 by Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 12/4/10

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                                                              2011 CINCINNATI FOOTBALL

CINCINNATI’S RECORD
                                                                    2011      2010       2009   2008   2007   Since 2007
When playing at home                                                3-0        3-4        6-0    6-0    4-2         22-6
When playing on road                                                 0-1       1-4        6-0    5-2    5-1          17-8
At Neutral Sites                                                    0-0       0-0         0-1    0-1    1-0           1-2

When playing on natural grass                                       0-1       0-3        2-0    0-3    3-1           5-8
When playing on artificial turf                                     3-0       4-5        10-1   11-0   7-2          35-8

When playing during the day                                         1-1       1-4        8-0    3-2    4-1          17-8
When playing at night                                               2-0       3-4        4-1    8-1    6-2          23-8

When scoring first                                                  3-1       3-3        9-0    10-2   6-2          31-8
When opponent scores first                                          0-0       1-5        3-1     1-1   4-1           9-8

When leading after first quarter                                    3-0       3-2        8-0    9-1    8-2          31-5
When trailing after first quarter                                   0-0       0-5        2-1    1-1    1-0           4-7
When tied after first quarter                                       0-1       1-1        2-0    1-1    1-1           5-4

When leading at halftime                                            3-0       3-0        10-0   9-1    9-1          34-2
When trailing at halftime                                           0-1       1-7         1-1   2-2    1-1          5-12
When tied at halftime                                               0-0       0-1         1-0   0-0    0-1           1-2

When leading after three quarters                                   3-0       4-0        11-0   10-0   10-0         38-0
When trailing after three quarters                                  0-1       0-8         1-1    1-3    0-2          2-14
When tied after three quarters                                      0-0       0-0        0-0    0-0     0-1           0-1

In overtime                                                         0-0       0-0        0-0    1-0    0-0           1-0

When Cincinnati has more rushing yards                              3-1       3-1        8-0    8-0    8-1          30-3
When opponent has more rushing yards                                0-0       1-6        4-1    3-3    2-2         10-12
When Cincinnati rushes for 200 or more yards                        2-0       3-0        3-0    2-0    3-0          13-0
When Cincinnati rushes for 150 or more yards                        2-1       4-2        4-0    2-0    4-0          16-3
When Cincinnati holds opponent to 100 rushing yards or less         1-0       3-3        3-0    6-0    8-1          21-4
When Cincinnati holds opponent to 150 rushing yards or less         3-1       3-4        4-0    7-0    8-1         25-6

When Cincinnati has more passing yards                              1-0       1-4        11-0   8-2     5-2         26-8
When opponent has more passing yards                                2-1       3-5         1-1   3-1     5-1         14-9
When Cincinnati passes for 300 or more yards                        0-0       1-3        7-0    3-0     3-2         14-5
When Cincinnati passes for 200 or more yards                        2-1       3-4        5-0    4-2    10-2         24-9
When Cincinnati holds opponent to 150 passing yards or less         1-0       0-1        2-0    2-0     1-1          6-2
When Cincinnati holds opponent to 100 passing yards or less         1-0       0-0        0-0    1-0     1-0          3-0

When Cincinnati has more total yards                                2-0       4-4        10-0   10-0   7-1          33-5
When opponent has more total yards                                  1-1       0-4         2-1    1-3   3-2           7-11

When Cincinnati has more first downs                                3-0       4-3        7-0    6-1    7-1          27-5
When opponent has more first downs                                  0-1       0-5        5-1    3-2    3-2          11-11
When first downs are equal                                          0-0       0-0        0-0    2-0    0-0           2-0

When Cincinnati forces more turnovers                               3-1       1-0        8-0    2-0    8-0          22-1
In games decided by three points or less                            0-0       0-1        3-0    3-0    1-0            7-1
In games decided by seven points or less                            0-0       0-1        0-0    5-0    2-3           7-4

In black jerseys                                                    3-0       3-2        3-0    6-1    5-2          20-5
In white jerseys                                                    0-1       1-4        7-1    4-2    5-1           17-8
In red jerseys                                                      0-0       0-2        2-0    1-0    0-0            3-2




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