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The University of Tennessee at Martin Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement The University of Tennessee at Martin intercollegiate athletics program enhances the total collegiate experience for currently enrolled students and generates interest in UT Martin from various stakeholders by developing competitive teams, academically successful student-athletes, and staff and student-athletes who are involved in the campus and external community. These goals are pursued while stressing the physical, emotional and social well being of student-athletes. All coaches and staff are expected to comply with NCAA and NIRA regulations and principles, especially those related to sportsmanship and ethical conduct. Opportunities for women and minorities are expanded whenever possible. The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/ Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status. Inquiries should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity (OED), 303 Administration Building, Martin, TN 38238, (731) 881-3505 Office, (731) 881-4889 TTY, Hearing Impaired, (731) 881-3507 Fax, equityanddiversity@utm.edu, http://www.utm.edu/ departments/equalopp/. E05-0416-00-007-13

The 2012 UT Martin Football Information Guide is intended to help local, area, regional and national media outlets with coverage of The University of Tennessee at Martin football team. This years media guide is online at utmsports.com. Special assistance was provided by Alex Boggis, Karen Elmore, Whittney Lucas, Sarah Katherine Reynolds, Ryne Rickman, Jake Rogers, Jordan Tucker, Adam Turbeville, Cayce Wainscott. Photos by Trevor Ruszkowski.

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QUICK FACTS
General Information
School Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors Affilation Conference Director of Athletics Athletic Trainer Equipment Manager Football Building Phone Ticket Office Phone The University of Tennessee at Martin (UT Martin) Martin, Tenn. 1900, Senior College 1951 8,400 Skyhawks Navy Blue (PMS 289) and Orange (PMS 151) NCAA Division 1 (FCS) Ohio Valley Phil Dane (Tennessee Tech, 1978) Bart Belew (UT Martin, 1997) Butch Dowty (Memphis State, 1984) (731) 881-7670 (731) 881-7207

Facility Information

Stadium (Capacity) Year Constructed Surface Press Box Phone

Hardy M. Graham Stadium (7,500) 1930 Field Turf (731) 881-7694

Football Information

First Year of Football First Year of Division I FCS All-Time Record (since 1951) All-Time OVC Record OVC Championships (Year) NCAA FCS Playoff Appearances (Year)

1925 1992 256-373-6 49-102 1 (2006) 1 (2006)

Sports Information

Director/Football SID Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Assistant Director Office Phone Cell Phone E-Mail Sports Information Fax Athletics Website Mailing Address

Joe Lofaro (731) 881-7632 (731) 514-2905 jlofaro@utm.edu Ryne Rickman (731) 881-7694 (270) 703-2601 rrickman@utm.edu (731) 881-7624 www.utmsports.com UT Martin Sports Information 15 Mount Pelia Road Martin, Tenn. 38238

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Team Information
2011 Record Home Away OVC Record/Finish Basic Offensive Set Basic Defensive Set Lettermen Returning/Lost Offense Defense Specialists Starters Returning/Lost Offense Defense Specialists Returning/Lost 5-6 4-1 1-5 4-4/5th (tied) Multiple Multiple 40/26 13 12 1 -7/4 8/3 3/2

UT Martin Football Schedules


2011 Results
Sept. 1, 2011 Sept. 15, 2011 Sept. 22, 2011 Oct. 1, 2011 Oct. 8, 2011 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 22, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 19, 2011 at No. 9 Jacksonville State Union (Ky.) College No. 24 Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay at South Alabama at Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri State at Mississippi State at Tennessee State at Eastern Kentucky L, 24-23 W, 63-0 W, 48-26 L, 34-31 W, 61-23 L, 33-30 W, 24-23 W, 38-30 L, 55-17 L, 35-30 L, 23-16

2012 Schedule

Sat., Sept. 1 at Memphis Sat., Sept. 8 at Northern Illiniois Thurs., Sept. 13 Southeastern Louisiana Sat., Sept. 22 at Austin Peay Sat., Sept. 29 Eastern Kentucky Sat., Oct. 6 Eastern Illinois Sat., Oct. 13 at Murray State Sat., Oct. 20 at Southeast Missouri State Sat., Nov. 3 Jacksonville State Sat., Nov. 10 at Tennessee Tech Sat., Nov. 17 Tennessee State

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. (HC) 3 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

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COACHING STAFF
Head Coach Jason Simpson Alma Mater - Southern Miss, 1995 Record at UT Martin (Years) 37-31 (6) Career Record (Years) 37-31 (6)

Defensive Line Bernard Riley Alma Mater Southern Cal, 2003

Asssociate Head Coach/ Running Backs Jordon Hankins Alma Mater UT Martin, 2005

Quarterbacks Eric Stuedemann Alma Mater North Central College, 2007

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Defensive Coordinator Jeff Byrd Alma Mater Southern Miss, 1989

Co-Offensive Coordinator/ Wide Recievers Carmen Felus Alma Mater Western Maryland, 1995

Co-Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line Mac Bryan Alma Mater Appalachian State, 1982

Defensive Assistant/Recruiting Coordinator Nick Glenn Alma Mater UT Martin, 2005

Defensive Graduate Assistant Nick Newsome Alma Mater Austin Peay, 2011 Secondary Coach David Reeves Alma Mater- Athens State (Ala), 1991

Not Pictured

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2012 Skyhawk Football 2012 UT Martin Numerical Roster


No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Name

Quentin Sims Jett Howard Jeremy Butler Thad Williams Julius McNair Kevin Barfield Jvontez Blackmon Dylan Davis Chris Thompson Tyler Rice Fred Flenorl Taino Fears-Perez Jarod Neal Najee Ray Derek Carr Stevie Bush Nate Rottero Travis Eakin Jordan Landry Jeremy Cannon Tevin Barksdale Trent Garland DJ McNeil Rod Wright Jason McNair Shaq Allen Camaren Harris Obi Nwanko Aaron Simms Richard Taylor Marquis Clemons Ladevin Fair Elijah McClendon Cortez Bowen Amiri Hawkins Trey Smith Roland Genesy James Satterfield Tony Bell Ben Johnson Jarvis McCann Ryan McCray Chris Wright Caleb Counce Clay Sheley Deantae Glover Matt Murphy Bobby Ellis Ethan Myers

WR LB WR DB S WR S WR WR QB DB CB QB WR QB DB LB QB DB S RB RB RB WR RB RB DB S DB CB LB RB S LB S DB RB K/P LB LB LB RB LB LB LS DE DL FB LB

Pos.

6-3 6-2 6-3 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-1 5-8 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-3 5-8 5-10 5-8 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-8 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-0

Ht.

202 221 205 190 208 167 193 195 198 195 181 167 180 180 191 185 210 200 165 190 200 180 205 175 192 195 190 181 160 185 175 180 205 233 205 200 220 171 200 215 230 211 205 205 224 240 260 198 215

Wt.

R-Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. R-Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Jr. So. So. So. So. R-Fr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. Sr. R-Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. R-So.

Cl.

Hometown/Previous School

Cincinnati, Ohio/Georgia Tech Blytheville, Ark/Blytheville HS Bradenton, Fla/College of Sequoias CC Adel, Ga/Hutchinson CC Mt. Olive, Miss/Mt. Olive HS Memphis, Tenn/Frayser HS Bryam, Miss/Hinds CC Jackson, Miss/Hinds CC St. Louis, Mo/Riverview Garden HS Waynesboro, Tenn/Wayne County HS Memphis, Tenn/White Haven HS Knoxville, Tenn/Farragut HS Hendersonville, Tenn/Beech HS Paris, Tenn/Henry CountyHS McKenzie, Tenn/McKenzie HS Jackson, Tenn/Libery Magnet HS Mt. Juliet, Tenn/Wilson Central HS Toney, Ala/ASA Institute Tucker, Ga/Tucker, HS West Point, Miss/East Miss CC Bowling Green, Ky/Bowling Green HS Lawrenceburg, Tenn/MTSU Collierville, Tenn/Briarcrest HS Memphis, Tenn/Ridgeway HS Mt. Olive, Miss/Mt. Olive HS Paris, Tenn/Henry CountyHS Horn Lake, Miss/Horn Lake HS West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West HS Mt Juliet, Tenn/McGavock HS Nashville, Tenn/Pearl-Cohn HS St. Louis, Mo/Webster Grove HS Troy, Tenn/Obion County Central HS St. Petersburg, Fla/Boca Ciega HS Memphis,Tenn/Southern MIss Hermitage, Tenn/Hillsboro HS Murfreesboro, Tenn/ Riverdale HS Millington, Tenn/Millington Central HS Gallatin, Tenn/Gallatin HS Memphis, Tenn/Kingsbury HS Primm Springs, Tenn/Fairview HS Hattiesburg, Miss/Pearl River CC Memphis, Tenn/Memphis Petal, Miss/Gulf Coast CC Paris, Tenn/Henry Couny HS Dickson, Tenn/Dickson County HS Murfreesboro, Tenn/Riverdale HS Memphis, Tenn/Christian Brothers HS Dyersburg, Tenn/Dyersburg HS Columbia, Tenn/Columbia Central HS

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51 52 54 55 56 57 58 60 61 62 64 65 66 67 68 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 James Ratliff Jeremiah Wilkins Austin Hopper Darelle Nash Blake Edwards Jackson Redditt Trevor Adkison Anthony Topps Juwan Turner Kenneth Crenshaw Michael Pope Tyler Eady Clay McKinnie Steven Frazier Tyler Kilburn Michael Bryant Matthew Axline John Johnson Chris Coleman Jordan Murphy Charles Sweeton Sam Curtis Jackson Roberts Garrett Vincent Corey Jordan Cody Sandlin Corey Rogers Drew Thomas Ben Everett Matt Stewart Malik Generett Walter Evans Tyler McPeak Ben Axline Marcus Sease Tyler Sweedon Ryan Isom Nicholas Brown Montori Hughes Keith Jones Dean Wathen DJ Roberts Marquis Kingcade Nick Michaels Darrin Nalls LB LB DL DE OL K OL OL OL OL OL OL LB OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL DL WR K/P TE TE TE TE WR WR TE WR LB DE DT DE DL DL DL DE DL LS DT 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-7 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-10 225 220 264 230 285 190 230 274 265 230 270 270 210 275 275 310 310 248 240 280 291 298 300 200 215 180 250 210 247 239 205 175 240 185 215 220 280 233 330 275 246 245 230 220 296 R-Fr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-So. R-So. Fr. R-Sr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Sr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. R-So. Sr. Fr. R-So. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Sr. Memphis, Tenn/Craigmont HS Bridgeton, Mo/Pattonville HS Troy, Tenn/Obion County Central HS Memphis, Tenn/Houston HS Michie, Tenn/Adamsville HS Mt. Juliet, Tenn/Wilson Central HS Zionsville, Ind/Zionsville Community HS Fort Campbell, Ky/Fort Campbell HS Old Hickory, Tenn/McGavock, HS Stone Mountain, Ga/Tucker HS Murfreesboro, Tenn/Riverdale HS Smyrna, Tenn/Smyrna HS Medon, Tenn/Chester County HS Seymour, Tenn/Seymour HS Lawrenceburg, Tenn/Lawrence County HS LaVergne, Tenn/Vanderbilt Shelbyville, Ky/Shelby County HS University City, Mo/University City HS Brighton, Tenn./Brighton HS Camden, Tenn/Camden Central HS Lawrenceburg, Tenn/Lawrence County HS South Fulton, Tenn/South Fulton HS St. Louis, Mo/Webster Groves HS Martin, Tenn/Westview HS Antioch, Tenn/Hillsboro HS Goodlettsville, Tenn/Davidson Academy Winchester, Ky/George Rogers Clark HS Lakeland, Tenn/Arlington HS Loudon, Tenn/Loudon HS Mt. Juliet, Tenn/Mount Juliet HS York, Pa/Connecticut Memphis, Tenn/Ridgeway HS Dresden, Tenn/ Dresden HS Shelbyville, Ky/Martha Layne Collins HS Huntsville, Ala/Madison Academic Louisville, Ky/Trinity HS St. Louis, Mo/Desmet Jesuit HS Louisville, Ky/Dupont Manuel HS Murfreesboro, Tenn/Tennessee Florissant, Mo/McCleure North HS Henderson, Ky/Henderson County HS Knoxville, Tenn/Austin-East HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Beech HS Murfreesboro, Tenn/Riverdale HS Fayette, Ala/Fayette County HS

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Tyler Sweedon Nicholas Brown DJ Roberts TACKLES (2) Ryan Isom Darrin Nalls LINEMAN (6) Matt Murphy Austin Hopper Montori Hughes Keith Jones Dean Wathen Garrett Vincent LINEBACKERS (12) Jett Howard Nate Rottero Cortez Bowen Ben Johnson Jarvis McCann Chris Wright Caleb Counce James Ratliff Jeremiah Wilkins Ethan Myers Clay McKinnie Marcus Sease Marquis Clemons DEFENSIVE BACKS (11) Thad Williams Fred Flenorl Tanio Free-Perez Stevie Bush Jordan Landry Camaren Harris Aaron Simms Richard Taylor Emmette Lindsay Tony Bell SAFETIES (5) Jvontez Blackmon Obi Nwankwo Elijah McClendon Amiri Hawkins Julius McNair Fr. R-So. R-Jr. R-So. R-Sr. So. R-Jr. Sr. Fr. R-So. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. R-Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-So. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Sr.

WIDE REDCEIVERS (11) Quentin Sims R-Sr. Jeremy Butler Jr. Kevin Barfield Jr. Dylan Davis R-Jr. Chris Thompson So. Rod Wright R-Fr. Corey Jordan Jr. Malik Generett R-Jr. Walter Evans R-Fr. Ben Axline So. Najee Ray Fr. TIGHT ENDS (5) Corey Rogers R-Fr. Drew Thomas Fr. Ben Everett R-Sr. Matt Stewart R-So. Tyler McPeak Fr. OFFENSIVE LINE (16) Blake Edwards Fr. Trevor Adkison Fr. Anthony Topps R-So. Juwan Turner R-So. Michael Pope R-Sr. Tyler Eady R-Jr. Steven Frazier R-Jr. Tyler Kilburn Fr. Michael Bryant R-Sr. Matthew Axline R-Fr. John Johnson R-So. Jordan Murphy R-Fr. Charles Sweeton R-So. Jackson Roberts R-Fr. Kenneth Crenshaw Fr. Sam Curtis R-So. QUARTERBACKS (4) Tyler Rice So. Jarod Neal So. Derek Carr R-Sr. Travis Eakin R-Jr. FULLBACKS (1) Bobby Ellis Jr. TAILBACKS (8) Trent Garland Fr. Tevin Barksdale Sr. DJ McNeil Jr. Jason McNair R-Sr. Shaq Allen Fr. Ladevin Fair Fr. Roland Genesy Fr. Ryan McCray R-Fr.

Specialists (7)

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ENDS (5) Dantae Glover Darelle Nash

Fr. R-Sr.

KICKERS (3) James Satterfield Cody Sandlin Jackson Redditt PUNTERS (2) James Satterfield Cody Sandlin LONG SNAPPERS (2) Clay Sheley Nick Michaels

R-So. Sr. R-Fr. R-So. Sr. Sr. R-Fr.

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Clay McKinnie Name Trevor Adkinson Shaq Allen Ben Axline Matthew Axline Kevin Barfield Tevin Barksdale Tony Bell Jvontez Blackmon Cortez Bowen Nicholas Brown Michael Bryant Stevie Bush Jeremy Butler Jeremy Cannon Derek Carr Marquis Clemons Chris Coleman Caleb Counce Sam Curtis Kenneth Crenshaw Dylan Davis Tyler Eady Travis Eakin Blake Edwards Bobby Ellis Walter Evans Ben Everett Ladevin Fair Fred Flenorl Steven Frazier Taino Free-Perez Trent Garland Malik Generett Roland Genesy Deantae Glover Camaren Harris Amiri Hawkins Austin Hopper Jett Howard Montori Hughes Ryan Isom Ben Johnson John Johnson Keith Jones Corey Jordan Tyler Kilburn Marquis Kingcade Jordan Landry Emmette Lindsay Jarvis McCann Elijah McClendon Ryan McCray 66 LB

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
No. 58 26 88 72 6 21 40 7 35 92 71 16 3 20 15 31 74 45 77 62 8 65 18 56 49 87 84 32 11 67 12 20 86 38 47 27 36 54 2 93 91 41 73 94 80 68 97 19 34 42 34 43 Pos. OL RB WR OL WR RB LB S LB DE OL DB WR S QB LB DL LB OL OL WR OL QB OL FB WR TE RB DB OL CB RB WR RB DE DB S DL LB DL DT LB OL DL WR OL DL DB DB LB S RB Jason McNair Julius McNair DJ McNeil Tyler McPeak Nick Michaels Jordan Murphy Matt Murphy Ethan Myers Darrin Nalls Darelle Nash Jarod Neal Obi Nwankwo Michael Pope James Ratliff Najee Ray Jackson Redditt Tyler Rice DJ Roberts Jackson Roberts Corey Rogers Nate Rottero Cody Sandlin James Satterfield Marcus Sease Clay Sheley Aaron Simms Quentin Sims Trey Smith Matt Stewart Tyler Sweedon Charles Sweeton Richard Taylor Drew Thomas Chris Thompson Anthony Topps Juwan Turner Garrett Vincent Dean Wathen Jeremiah Wilkins Thad Williams Chris Wright Rod Wright 25 5 23 87 98 75 48 57 99 55 13 28 64 51 14 57 10 96 78 82 17 81 39 89 46 29 1 37 85 90 76 30 83 9 60 61 79 95 52 4 44 24 RB S RB TE LS OL DL LB DT DE QB S OL LB WR K QB DE OL TE LB K/P K/P LB LS DB WR DB TE DE OL CB TE WR OL OL DL DL LB DB LB WR

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2012 Skyhawk Football 2012 Roster Breakdown - States


Tennessee (56)
Shaq Allen Kevin Barfield Tony Bell Cortez Bowen Michael Bryant Stevie Bush Derek Carr Caleb Counce Sam Curtis Tyler Eady Blake Edwards Bobby Ellis Walter Evans Ben Everett Ladevin Fair Fred Flenorl Steven Frazier Tanio Free-Perez Trent Garland Roland Genesy Deantae Glover Amiri Hopper Montori Hughes Ben Johnson Corey Jordan Tyler Kilburn Emmette Lindsay Ryan McCray Clay McKinnie DJ McNeil Tyler McPeak Nick Michaels Jordan Murphy Matt Murphy Ethan Myers Darelle Nash Jarod Neal Michael Pope James Ratliff Najee Ray Jackson Redditt Tyler Rice DJ Roberts Nate Rottero Cody Sandlin James Satterfield Clay Sheley Aaron Simms Matt Stewart Charles Sweeton Richard Taylor Drew Thomas Juwan Turner Garrett Vincent Rod Wright Trevor Adkison

Indiana (1)

Julius McNair Chris Wright

Kentucky (8)

Missouri (7)

Alabama (3)

Travis Eakin Darrin Nalls Marcus Sease

Ben Axline Matthew Axline Tevin Barksdale Nicholas Brown Corey Rogers Tyler Sweedon Anthony Topps Dean Wathen

Marquis Clemons Ryan Isom John Johnson Keith Jones Jackson Roberts Chris Thompson Jeremiah Wilkins

Arkansas (1)
Jett Howard

Florida (2)

Jeremy Butler Elijah McClendon

Mississippi (7) Jvontez Blackmon Dylan Davis Camaren Harris Jarvis McCann Jason McNair

Ohio (2)

Obi Nwanko Quentin Sims

Pennsylvania (1)
Malik Generett

Georgia (3)

Kenneth Crenshaw Jordan Landry Thad Williams

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15 12 21 25 84 82 76 78 73 75 65 60 72 77 71 70 1 6 80 24 5 9 Derek Carr Jarod Neal Tevin Barksdale Jason McNair Ben Everett Corey Rogers Charles Sweeton Jackson Roberts John Johnson Jordan Murphy Tyler Eady Anthony Topps Matthew Axline Sam Curtis Michael Bryant Steven Frazier Quentin Sims Kevin Barfield Corey Jordan Rod Wright Jeremy Butler Chris Thompson 6-1 6-1 5-8 5-9 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-7 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-3 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-3 5-11 191 180 200 192 247 250 291 290 298 280 270 274 290 298 310 275 202 167 215 175 205 198 R-Sr. So. Sr. R-Sr. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-So. R-So. R-So. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-So. R-Fr. R-So. R-Sr. R-Jr. R-Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. So. McKenzie, Tenn Hendersonville, Tenn Bowling Green, Ky Mt. Olive, Miss Loudon, Tenn Winchester, Ky Lawrenceburg, Tenn St. Louis, Mo University City, Mo Camden, Tenn Smyrna, Tenn Fort Campbell, Ky Shelbyville, Ky South Fulton, Tenn LaVergne, Tenn Seymour, Tenn Cincinnati, Ohio Memphis, Tenn Antioch, Tenn Memphis, Tenn Bradenton, Fla St. Louis, Mo

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CB 6 29 DE 2 31 N 99 93 DT 91 95 DE 96 CB 4 30 WLB 41 42 MLB 40 47 SLB 51 20 FS 11 5 S 3 28 Taino Perez-Fears Aaron Simms Jett Howard Marquis Clemons Darrin Nalls Montori Hughes Ryan Isom Austin Hopper DJ Roberts Thad Williams Camaren Harris Ben Johnson Jarvis McCann Tony Bell Chris Wright James Ratliff Nate Rottero Fred Flenorl Julius McNair Jvontez Blackmon Obi Nwanko 5-8 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-10 167 160 221 175 296 330 280 264 245 190 190 215 230 200 205 225 210 181 208 193 181 So. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Sr. Sr. R-So. R-Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. So. R-Sr. Jr. Jr. Knoxville, Tenn Mt Juliet, Tenn Blytheville, Ark St. Louis, Mo Fayette, Ala Murfreesboro, Tenn St. Louis, Mo Troy, Tenn Knoxville, Tenn Adel, Ga Horn Lake, Miss Primm Springs, Tenn Hattiesburg, Miss Memphis, Tenn Petal, Miss Memphis, Tenn Mt. Juliet, Tenn Memphis, Tenn Mt. Olive, Miss Bryam, Miss West Chester, Ohio

Special Teams
K P LS KR 81 90 90 81 46 6 21 Cody Sandlin James Satterfield James Satterfield Cody Sandlin Clay Sheley Taino Perez-Fears Tevin Barksdale 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-8 5-8 180 171 171 180 224 167 200 Sr. R-So. R-So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Goodlettsville, Tenn Gallatin, Tenn Gallatin, Tenn Goodlettsville, Tenn Dickson, Tenn Knoxville, Tenn Bowling Green, Ky

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UT MARTIN HEAD COACH TELLS SKYHAWKS TO GO MAD (Make A Difference) THIS SEASON
MARTIN, Tenn. The University of Tennessee at Martin football team learned two things after the 2011 campaign. The team must do the small things, such as cut down on penalties, gain at least one more yard and grab an interception along the way, to make a difference. The other thing the Skyhawks took away from the disappointing 2011 season is lessons learned. You always hope to learn lessons from one year to the next, head football coach Jason Simpson said. It didnt take long for the Skyhawks to learn a lesson this past season. After suffering a heartbreaking 24-23 loss to No. 9 Jacksonville State in the season opener, Simpson and the Skyhawks were still encouraged because the moral victory gave them some self confidence. We thought we would be 6-2 in the OVC (Ohio Valley Conference) after that loss, Simpson said. We knew we had the ability to play well and win. The Skyhawks recorded back-toback wins over Union College and No. 24 Murray State and added to their self confidence. In fact the pair of home-field victories were ominous because the Skyhawks outscored the two foes, 111-26. Then reality sat in the first week of October when the Skyhawks suffered a 34-31 loss to Tennessee Tech on their home turf at Hardy Graham Stadium. After a disappointing road loss at South Alabama, the Skyhawks rattled off back-to-back OVC victories over Eastern Illinois and Southeast Missouri State. With two OVC games left and a 4-2 record, the Skyhawks were poised for their second OVC title in five years. Instead of making a statement with road wins at Tennessee State and at Eastern Kentucky, the Skyhawks suffered back-toback losses and finished with a 4-4 OVC record which was only good enough for sixth-place proper or tied for fifth. Four OVC setbacks by a total of 16 points. Simpson, who will enter his seventh season when the season opens Sept. 1, knew something had to change during the offseason. The head coach and his staff watched game film continuously. They studied every aspect of the season, and when spring practice opened Simpsons new battle cry, Go MAD (Make A Difference) revealed the findings of the intense studying. Everything we said, everything we did and everything we told the team was go make a difference, Simpson said. As the beginning of fall camp approaches on Aug. 5, the diatribe continues to be make a difference. While some of the personel from this past season returns, the biggest change is the teams dynamics. We have more talent then we had a year ago, we have a fifth-year senior at quarterback and two seniors at the running back position, Simpson said. We must capitalize on our strengths. Here is a quick look at the Skyhawks, position by position . QUARTERBACK Fifth-year senior Derek Carr will call the signals for the Skyhawks. The McKenzie native threw for more than 300 yards three times in 2011, including an ominous 387 yards against Austin Peay. He finished 27th in the nation in total passing yards (2,482) and 34th in the country for completions per

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game (18.18). Carr finished third in the OVC in passing average (225.6 per game) and fifth in the league in passing efficiency (136.1). Sophomore Jarod Neal will get the back-up job. Neal is a sophomore from Beech High School in Hendersonville.

RUNNING BACK Seniors Jason McNair and Tevin Barksdale, along with junior DJ McNeil, will see plently of action
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in the backfield for the Skyhawks. Both McNair and Barksdale finished among the top 10 rushers in the OVC this past season. McNair was seventh with 166 attempts and 782 yards. Barksdale was tenth with 107 carries for 685 yards. McNeil was the teams third leading rusher with 58 attempts for 275 yards. He also had five rushing touchdowns As a team the Skyhawks finished second in the league in total offense with 2,108 rushing yards. However, UT Martin was fifth in the OVC in rushing offense. Missing from last years squad are fullbacks Jarvis Perry and Kenny Jones. The two only accounted of 69 yards of rushing. However Kenny Jones, who also played tight end, accounted for 25 catches for 334 yards and five touchdowns. RECEIVERS All-Ohio Valley Conference wide reciever Quentin Sims returns for his senior season. Sims led the Skyhawks in 2011 with 54 catches for 712 yards and 10 touchdowns. The Cincinnati native was fourth in the OVC among receivers. He averaged 64.7 yards of receiving per game. While Sims returns, the Skyhawks will miss Stephen Shiver who was the OVCs fifth leading receiver with 42 catches for 657 yards. The Skyhawk receiving corps is not one dimensional. Newcomer Jeremy Butler, from Brandenton, Fla., will contend for playing time as well as Kevin Barfield, Dylan Davis, Chris Thompson, Rod Wright, Malik Generett, Walter Evans and Ben Axline. OFFENSIVE LINE This years offensive line is probably the best UT Martin has had in a long time, Simpson said. Matt Axline and Charles Sweeton will play the tackle positions. Tyler Eady will handle the center chores, while Michael Bryant and redshirt sophomore John Johnson take care of the guard postions. Senior Ben Everett will play tight end. The senior from Loudon is more than capable of handling a blocking assignment
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and he showed in 2011 he could catch the ball. In 2011, the Skyhawks were 25th in the nation in rushing offense and 13th in the country in scoring offense. A large portion of that credit goes to the offensive line. Our offensive line averages 300 pounds and for the first time in a long time looks like an offensive line in the OVC, Simpson said. With the exception of Eady at center, they are all tall and and athletic. DEFENSIVE LINE One of the biggest questions for the Skyhawks is the defense. For the third time in the past three years, the Skyhawks will have a new defensive coordinator. Jeff Byrd and David Reeves, both from Southern Arkansas, join Simpsons staff this season. Byrd will handle the defensive coordinators assignment, while Reeves works with the secondary. Simpson, being the offensive minded coach that he is, will not say much about the defense. You can expect a lot of things to be going on, and you should probably count on seeing multiple formations. In the middle of the defense line is Tennessee transfer Montori Hughes (6-4, 330 pounds) and Darrin Nalls (5-10, 300 pounds). DJ Roberts and Ryan Isom will see time at defensive ends as well as Dean Wathen, Nick Brown and Matt Murphy. LINEBACKERS This past season walk-on Ben Johnson didnt waste any time earning a scholarship for the 2012 season. Johnson led the team in tackles the first game of the season at Jacksonville State. He led the Skyhawks with 97 total tackles and 7.5 TFLs. Johnson and Jett Howard will both play outside linebacker positions. Ben has good strength and

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he is consistent, Simpson said. I think we are all waiting for Jett to have a big year. Howard played in two games in 2011 and was sidelined with an injury for the rest of the season. However in two games Howard record nine tackles and 2.5 TFLs. The Skyhawks will have plenty of depth and options at this positon. Tony Bell, James Ratliff, Jarvis McCann and Chris Wright will battle for playing time. DEFENSIVE BACKS The Skyhawks have some big holes to fill at the cornerback positions with the graduation of TJ Drakeford and CJ Estelle. However Taino Fears Perez, Thad Williams, Aaron Simms and Fred Flenorl are ready to go. The success of the Skyhawks could hinge on this position and the number of interceptions the group can grab. We did some research and we know that the No. 1 defensive team in this league has only won the conference one time and that was in 2006 when we did it, Simpson said. The other five times, the team with the most interceptions has managed to win this league. We have got to make some things happen at this position. SAFETIES Local product Kendal Harper was supposed to be the answer for the Skyhawks in 2011 at the safety position. Unfortunately a nagging injury spoiled Harpers senior season. The nearby Trenton native managed to play in 10 games and make 30 total tackles. He also had 4.5 TFLs and on sack. This season the Skyhawks will move Julius McNair from the linebacker position to safety. We think Julius has the cerebral ability to play back there, Simpson said. We need knowledge back there and we think Julius can get the job done.. The Skyhawks will also have junior college transfer Jvontez Blackmon (6-0, 190 pounds) to play safety. Junior Obi Nwankwo, Aaron Simms and freshman Amiri Hawkins can also play the position. SPECIAL TEAMS Special teams presents another question for the Skyhawks. This unit suffers the loss of punter, Joe Hook, and punt returner CJ Estelle. Both players graduated. Hook averaged more than 38 yards a punt, had seven inside the 20 yard line and had two that went for more than 50 yards. Estelle led the nation in punt return yardage. He returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown against Austin Peay and was named National Punt Returner of the Week. While the Skyhawks will have to find a replacement for Estelle and rely on James Satterfield, from Gallatin, to handle the punting chores, All-OVC place kicker Cody Sandlin returns for his senior campaign. Sandlin made 14-of-17 field goals, including a record-tying 53 yarder. He also made 45of-48 PATs.

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Tevin Barksdale
POS HT WT YR RB 5-8 200 Sr. Bowling Green, KY

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2012: Named to the 2012 College Football Performance Award (CFPA) Running Back Watch List. 2011: Saw action in all eleven games for the Skyhawks Named OVC Running Back of the Week College Football Performance Awards Rushed 107 times for 703 yards and a team-leading eight touchdowns Averaged 6.4 yards per carry Recorded a breakout performance on against rival Murray State with 14 rushes for 118 yards and two touchdowns Averaged 71.8 all-purpose yards per game Longest rushing attempt of season was 64 yards against Southeast Missouri Caught nine passes for 105 yards. 2010: Was third on the team in total offense with 479 yards Played in 10 games and was the teams fourth leading scorer with 18 points Was the Skyhawks second leading rusher with 479 yards on 82 carries Rushed 23 times for a season-high 134 yards in a victory against Tennessee Tech Averaged 52.6 all-purpose yards a game Longest rushing attempt of the season was 49 yards against Eastern Illinois ... Had 12 receptions for 29 yards.

2009: Saw action in nine games as a true freshman ... Averaged 4.1 yards per rushing attempt ... Had 15 carries for 62 yards and one touchdown ... Also returned kicks for the Skyhawks ... Averaged 53.0 all-purpose yards a game ... Returned four kicks against Murray State for 103 total yards ... Had a career-long 61-yard kickoff return against Tennessee Tech ... Longest rushing attempt of the season was 21 yards against Memphis. High School: Played under Coach Kevin Wallace at Bowling Green High School, where he led the Purples to a 48-9 record, four district titles, three region titles, and a state finals appearance in his storied four-year career ... Was named Associated Press second team all-state in 2008, when he led the Purples to a 9-3 record and scored 170 points - the second-highest total in the 87-year history of BGHS football...Gained 1,588 yards from scrimmage and scored 27 touchdowns in 2008, giving him over 3,000 and 49 total touchdowns for his career ... Also had three interceptions on defense in 2008.

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Michael Bryant
POS HT WT YR OL 6-5 310 2nd Year Senior LaVergne, TN

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2011: Saw action in 10 games for the Skyhawks Played 176 downs Graded out at 62.8 percent Recorded 15 pancakes Allowed zero sacks Key member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Saw action on the offensive line in five games (Jacksonville State, Eastern Kentucky, Lambuth, Austin Peay and Tennessee State) The Skyhawks ranked 2nd in the OVC in total offense and 2nd in passing offense. 2009: Transferred to UT Martin right before the season started ... Saw action in eight games ... Played a key role in the offensive lines success ... The Skyhawks ranked 27th in the nation in rushing offense, 22nd in the nation in passing offense, 14th in total offense and 37th in the nation in scoring offense. Before UT Martin: Signed out of high school to play for Vanderbilt. High School: A three-year starter
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at LaVergne High School, where he played both guard and tackle positions before a permanent move to the left tackle slot as a junior ... Set the all-time LHS record with 29 pancake blocks as a senior in 2007, when he was named to The Tennesseans Dandy Dozen team ... Was named to the coaches all-region team in 2007, also participating in the East vs. West Tennessee All-Star Game ... Helped lead the Wolverines to the 5A state playoffs in 2005 and 2006 ... Also played basketball and participated in the shot put and discus competitions in track and field at LHS. Personal: Born on Feb. 9, 1989 ... Son of Stephen Bryant and Jennifer Bryant ... Majoring in psychology.

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Derek Carr
POS HT WT YR QB 6-1 191 R-Sr. McKenzie, TN

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2006 ... Named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class A all-state quarterback in 2006 and 2007, as well as earning an all-state mention from the Tennessee Football Coaches Association in 2007 ... Also excelled as a punter, earning all-regional punter accolades in 2007 while setting the all-time single-season punting record at MHS with a 39.1 yard average ... Was a twotime all-district selection in both basketball and baseball. Personal: Full name is Derek Joe Carr ... Son of Kenny and Jackie Carr ... Has one younger sister, Kelsey ... Born July 13, 1989 ... Majoring in secondary education with a concentration in math.

2012: Named to the 2012 College Football Performance Award (CFPA) Quarterback Watch List. 2011: Started and played in all 11 games Named College Football Performance Awards National Quarterback of the Week twice and CFPA National Performer of the Week Named Beyond Sports Network Offensive Player of the Week Named College Sporting News All-Stars of the Week Named OVC Player of the Week Passed for a school-record 25 touchdowns Passed for 2,482 yards and completed 200-of-346 passes with 10 interceptions Passed for more than 300 yards in three games (Jacksonville State, Austin Peay, Tennessee State) Passed for more than 200 yards in five of 11 games Set a single-game passing record with six touchdowns against Austin Peay while racking up 387 yards through the air Averaged 231.7 yards per game Had a pass efficiency of 136.12 Punted 16 times for 596 yards including a 53 yard punt against Murray State. 2010: Started and played in all 11 games Passed for 13 touchdowns and rushed for two Rated first in the OVC in season

passing yards with 2,543 and completed 191-of-328 passes with 12 interceptions Passed for more than 300 yards in three games (Southeastern Louisiana, Jacksonville State and Austin Peay) Passed for more than 200 yards in seven of 11 games Threw four touchdown passes in the victory over Lambuth Punted seven times for 226 yards Averaged 32.3 yards per punt. 2009: Saw action in seven games as a backup to senior Cade Thompson ... Completed 10-of21 passes with one interception for 127 yards ... Completed 4-of6 passing attempts for 60 yards against Memphis. 2008: Emerged as the backup quarterback for the Skyhawks. High School: Prepped at McKenzie High School, where led the Rebels to the Blue Cross Bowl in 2007 after passing for 2,309 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior ... Also rushed for 409 yards and 11 touchdowns on 66 carries as a senior ... Was a finalist for the Tennessee Wendys High School Heisman Award ... Was a 2007 Class A Mr. Football Back of the Year finalist, as well as an all-region most valuable player as a senior in 2007 and all-region selection in

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Ben Everett
POS HT WT YR TE 6-4 247 2nd Year Senior Loudon, TN

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2012: Named to the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) Watch List for tight ends. 2011: Played in nine games Named Ohio Valley Conference Tight End of the Week by CFPA Caught four passes for 104 yards Recorded a season-best 70 yards and a touchdown against Union College He averaged 26 yards per reception. 2010: Started and played in 11 games Made 10 catches for 133 yards Had a season-best four catches against Murray State Had two catches for 58 yards in the 10-7 victory over Eastern Kentucky, including a seasonlong 42-yard reception Made two catches for 21 yards in the season opener against Tennessee. 2009: Redshirted. 2008: Saw extensive action in 10 games on special teams ... Also played defense and offense. High School: Two-time all-region and all-state selection at Loudon High School ... Named regional MVP ... Picked to play in Tennessee East-West All-Star Game ... Named Defensive MVP in EastWest All-Star Game ... Played tight end and linebacker ... Three20

time all-county selection. Personal: Son of Kent and Lori Everett ... His brother Aaron Everett played baseball at Tennessee Born Aug. 22, 1989.

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Jett Howard
POS HT WT YR LB 6-2 221 2nd Year Senior Blytheville, AR

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2011: Started in two games for the Skyhawks Recorded nine total tackles, five unassisted and four assisted tackles Tallied 2.5 tackles for loss for a total of six yards Recorded half a sack Earned medical redshirt after suffering a season-ending injury. 2010: Made move from defensive back to linebacker Played in 11 games, starting nine Recorded 56 tackles, 28 unassisted tackles and 28 assisted tackles Recorded season-best nine tackles against Southeast Missouri State Forced one fumble at Tennessee Tech. 2009: Played in 10 games and recorded 28 tackles and 5.0 tackles for loss ... Had one sack, one interception and two pass breakups ... Recorded seasonbest seven tackles against Southeast Missouri State ... Made four tackles against Memphis, including two for a loss of yardage. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Named allconference and all-region at Blytheville High School ... Earned all-state honors ... Named Class 5A East Back of the Year ... Broke Arkansas record for most interceptions in a season (10) ...

Named KAIT News Player of the Year.

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Montori Hughes
POS HT WT YR DL 6-4 330 Senior Murfreesboro, TN

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years as sophomore and junior ... Originally signed with the Vols in 2008, but did not qualify ... Coach at Siegel: David Watson.

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2012: Named to the College Football Performance Awards Watch List for Defensive Ends and Defensive Tackles. 2011: Played in all eleven games for the Skyhawks, starting seven Named Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week CFPA National Defensive Lineman of the Week Recorded 30 total tackles, nine unassisted and 21 assisted Tallied 6.5 tackles for loss including one sack Hughes had a coming out party against Eastern Illinois with 10 tackles, four unassisted, 5.5 tackles for loss, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery Hurried the quarterback three times along with one pass breakup. 2010: Played 12 games at Tennessee but missed the regular season finale vs. Kentucky ... Started the first five games of the season, including first career start vs. UT Martin ... Complied 17 tackles, including career highs of 3.5 tackles for loss and two defended ... Tied for second on the Vols with five quarterback hurries ... Tied career high with four tackles against UT Martin, including personal best 2.5 tackles for loss, a sack, and a pass defended ... Posted three stops vs. Oregon and a season-high two
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quarterback hurries ... Totaled a pair of tackles, including a TFL (-2) and forced a fumble in 2010 at Memphis ... Recorded a pair of tackles, a pass defended and a QB hurry against Florida. 2009: Saw action in all 13 games as true freshman at defensive tackle of Tennessee ... Finished season with 20 tackles, including career high four versus Memphis ... Also had two tackles for loss, with those coming against UCLA and Auburn. Before Tennessee: Played his 2008 season at Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy ... Coach at Hargrave Military Academy: Robert Prunty. High School: After his senior season at Murfreesboro Siegel, participated in Toyota East-West All-Star Classic ... Named regional defensive MVP, all-region, allarea and all-county in 2007... Named Second-Team All-Midstate by the Tennessean in 2007 ... Siegel team captain and team MVP as senior ... Named allregion, all-area, and all-county as junior in 2006 ... Led Siegel in tackles with 106, tackles for loss with 25 and sacks with 13 as a senior in 2007 ... Threeyear starter ... Also excelled on basketball court, lettering two

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Jason McNair
POS HT WT YR RB 5-8 191 2nd Year Senior Mount Olive, MS

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yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior ... Set Mississippi High School career record for most touchdowns (120) ... Nephew of the late NFL quarterback Steve McNair.

2011: Started in all eleven games for the Skyhawks Named to Phil Steeles 2011 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference second team Named Sports Madness Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Week Rushed 166 times for 782 yards Ran for five touchdowns Averaged 4.7 yards per carry Rushed for more than 100 yards on four occasions Had a season-best 123 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries against Union College Caught 24 passes for 200 yards Averaged 8.3 yards per catch Completed 2-of-3 pass attempts for 35 yards Averaged 89.3 all-purpose yards per game ... Recorded a seasonbest 170 all-purpose yards against Jacksonville State. 2010: Started in seven and played in 11 games ... Led the team in rushing with 125 carries for 547 yards and two touchdowns ... Averaged 4.4 yards per carry and 49.7 yards per game ... Rushed for more than 100 yards in back-to-back games against Southeastern Louisiana and Eastern Illinois ... Had 824 all-purpose yards ... Had 28 receptions for 199 yards for an average of 7.1 yards per catch ... Threw for a touchdown in win over Austin Peay.

2009: Was named to the Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer team ... Played in nine games and averaged 4.8 yards per carry and 20.1 yards per reception ... Rushed 61 times for 292 yards and four touchdowns ... Had seven receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown ... Also returned kicks and punts ... Returned 16 kickoffs for 328 yards and two punts for 33 yards ... Had 794 all-purpose yards ... Was named the OVC Newcomer of the Week twice (Sept. 6 and Oct. 25) ... Made his Skyhawk debut against Iowa Wesleyan with 14 carries for 83 yards and two touchdowns ... His seasons longest rushing attempt was 29 yards while his longest reception was 73 yards. 2008: Earned a spot on the depth chart at tailback and scored two touchdowns in the spring game. High School: Named to the Clarion Ledgers Dandy Dozen ... WDAM Offensive Player of the Year ... Max Emfinger AllAmerican ... Four-time all-state selection ... Tabbed regional Offensive Player of the Year ... Scored 36 touchdowns as a senior ... Rushed for 7, 871 career yards ... Rushed for 1,659

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Julius McNair
POS HT WT YR LB 6-0 206 2nd Year Senior Mount Olive, MS

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2011: Played in all eleven games, started eight Made the transition to linebacker Recorded 53 total tackles, 30 unassisted and 23 assisted Tallied 7.5 tackles for loss including 1.5 sacks for 29 yards Recorded three quarterback hurries and two pass breakups Saved his best for last with a season-best nine tackles, eight unassisted, and a blocked kick in the season finale against Eastern Kentucky. 2010: Played in all 11 games, playing both offense and defense ... Rushed 21 times for 88 yards and two touchdowns ... Had 12 total tackles for the season, six unassisted tackles and six assisted tackles ... Recorded a season-best four tackles against Southeast Missouri State. 2009: Played in 10 games and recorded five tackles. 2008: Was granted a redshirt. High School: Named all-state ... Won Gary McInnis Christian Character Award ... Led Class 1A in touchdown passes ... Named first-team all-region ... Voted Mr. Mt. Olive High School by his peers ... Threw for 2,253 yards and 24 touchdowns his senior season ... Cousin of the late NFL
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quarterback Steve McNair.

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Darrin Nalls
POS HT WT YR DL 5-11 290 2nd Year Senior Fayette, AL

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2011: Played in 10 games, started nine Recorded 33 tackles, 14 unassisted and 19 assisted ... Tallied eight tackles for loss for 28 yards including three sacks Recovered two fumbles Recorded one interception against Tennessee Tech Tallied one quarterback hurry against Southeast Missouri State Had a season-best six tackles against South Alabama. 2010: Started eight and played in 11 games ... Had 28 tackles, 14 unassisted tackles and 14 assisted tackles ... Had a seasonbest five tackles, seven yards for loss, with two forced fumbles against Eastern Illinois. 2009: Played in 10 games and made 17 total tackles, including four tackles for loss and one sack ... Had a season-best six tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss against Tennessee State 2008: Saw action against Concordia and Tennessee State. High School: Earned all-state honorable mention honors as a senior ... Played in West Alabama All-Star Game in 2006 and 2007 ... Four-time all-area selection ... Served as team captain for two seasons ... Led Fayette County High School to a 9-3 won-loss

record his senior season ... Also played baseball and basketball. Personal: Son of Ronald and Cynthia Nalls ... Has one brother, Byron ... Majoring in biology.

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Darelle Nash
POS HT WT YR DE 6-1 240 2nd Year Senior Memphis, TN

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2011: Played in four games for the Skyhawks Recorded five total tackles, three unassisted and two assisted Tallied one tackle for loss Had a seasonbest three tackles in the season opener against Jacksonville State. 2010: Granted Redshirt. 2009: Saw extensive playing time as a defensive lineman ... Made eight tackles, one tackle for loss and one QBH ... Recorded a season-best three tackles vs. Memphis. 2008: Saw action in four games (Baker, Concordia, Murray State and Tennessee Tech) ... Made four tackles and was credited with a sack. High School: Averaged 7.3 tackles per game as a senior ... Made 17 solo tackles and had one fumble recovery his senior season ... Made 11 tackles in 2613 victory over Bartlett ... Scored a touchdown in 27-21 win over Germantown ... Earned first-team all-region honors ... Named CoDefensive Player of the Year ... Tabbed all-metro ... Selected to play in the Tennessee East-West All-Star Game .. Served as team captain ... Helped lead Houston
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High School to a 9-3 won-loss record ... Finished his career as Houston High Schools all-time leading tackler.

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Cody Sandlin
POS HT WT YR K 6-2 180 Senior Goodlettsville, TN

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2012: Named to College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) Preseason Watch List for kickers. 2011: Played in all eleven games for the Skyhawks as primary place kicker and for kickoffs Named to All-Ohio Valley Conference first team Named to College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) Preseason Watch List for kickers Converted 14of-17 field goals Ranked 27th nationally in scoring during the season with 87 points Ranked first in the OVC in kick scoring and third overall Averaged 7.91 points per game ... Recorded a 53-yard field goal, tying a UT Martin school record and ranking as an OVC season-long Converted 45 of 48 PATs Netted 3,341 kickoff yards. 2010: Served as place kicker for all 11 games ... Converted 11 of 14 field goal opportunities ... Had season-best game against Jacksonville State when converted two field goal opportunities including a seasonbest 42 yard try ... Netted 2,206 kickoff yards. 2009: Played in nine games as a true freshman ... Was used exclusively for kickoffs. High School: Named to the Principals List (All As and Bs)

three times ... Member of Mu Alpha Theta, the Mathematics Honor Society ... Named to Tennessees Division II Class A All-State team ... Named to the 2007 Coaches All-State Second Team ... Two-time Mr. Football kicker nominee ... Two-time All-Midstate selection ... Helped Davidson Academy win the Division II Class A state championship in 2006 and 2008 ... Named kicker for the West AllStar team in the East-West AllStar Game ... Two-time Division II Class A East-Middle All-Region Basketball Team ... Earned Division Two Class A All-Region Soccer honors ... Served as soccer team captain for two seasons ... Named Davidson Academys Most Athletic his senior year. Personal: Son of Roberta Roberts ... Born Sept. 11, 1991 ... Majoring in business administration.

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Quentin Sims
POS HT WT YR WR 6-3 202 Senior Cincinnati, Ohio

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2012: Named to the 2012 College Football Performance Award (CFPA) Wide Receiver Watch List. 2011: Played and started in all eleven games for the Skyhawks Named to All-OVC second team Named to OVC All-Newcomer team Caught 54 passes for 712 yards Recorded 10 touchdowns Averaged 13.2 yards per catch Had a season-best 11 receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown at Tennessee State Ranked 46th in the nation with 4.9 receptions per game Tallied 747 all-purpose yards Averaged 67.9 all-purpose yards per game. Before UT Martin: Played a number of roles at Georgia Tech, including wide receiver, quarterback and special teams ... Played in 11 games as a sophomore (2010) ... Recovered a fumble against South Carolina State that led to a touchdown ... Played in 12 games as a freshman (2009) ... had no receptions but had two rushing attempts for 19 yards against Jacksonville State ... Recorded seven special team tackles including four solos ... spent part of the season practicing at the quarterback position ... Had two tackles at Duke ... Also had two
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tackles in the ACC Championship Game vs. Clemson ... Was granted a redshirt in 2008 as a true freshman. High School: Played at one of Ohios top prep programs ... Colerain went 12-1 in 2007 and finished No. 14 in USA Todays National Super 25 ... had 24 receptions for 313 yards and two touchdowns in 2007 ... Also rushed 75 times for 764 yards and seven touchdowns ... Moved to quarterback during the state playoffs in place of an injured starting QB ... Led Colerain to conference championships in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Won district championships in 2004 and 2006 ... Was part of the 2004 state championship team ... Earned nine varsity letters at Colerain High School - three in football, four in track and two in basketball. Personal: Father, Fred Sims, was a running back at Oklahoma in 1981 and 1982 ... Born July 11, 1990 in Tucson, Ariz.

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Ben Johnson
POS HT WT YR LB 6-2 215 Junior Primm Springs, TN

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2011: Started in all 11 games for the Skyhawks Named to OVC All-Newcomer team Named Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week Named College Football Performance Awards Linebacker of the Week Led the Skyhawks and ranked fourth in the OVC with 97 total tackles, 46 unassisted and 51 assisted tackles, and 7.5 tackles for loss for 25 yards ... Record 3.5 sacks for 19 yards Led the OVC in forced fumbles with three Recorded two interceptions Hurried the quarterback eight times and recorded two pass breakups Tallied a season-best 15 tackles in the season-finale at Eastern Kentucky Averaged 8.7 tackles per game. 2010: Provided depth at linebacker. High School: Played quarterback, running back, wide receiver, linebacker and free safety at Fairview High School ... In 2008 was named all-region, all-state defensive back, MVP defensive player in region, All-Midstate and all-county ... Also played basketball for the Yellow Jackets. Personal: Son of Tim and Denise Johnson ... Majoring in sports management.

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Trevor Adkinson

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11-2 record and finish the 2010 season as the regional runner-up ... made 57 catches for 928 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior ... Averaged 16.3 yards per catch and 84.4 yards per game ... Punted 14 times for 527 yards and averaged 46.7 yards per punt ... Made 35 tackles, four interceptions for 131 yards and one touchdown ... Also returned punts and kickoffs Personal: The son of Matt and Beth Axline of Shelbyville, Ky. ... His brother Matt is a member of the UT Martin football team.

POS HT OL 6-3 Zionsville, IN

WT 230

YR Fr..

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High School: Prepped at Zionsville Community High School First Team Hoosier Crossroads All-Conference Indiana Coachs Poll All-State Top 50 All Region 6 Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Varsity team captain Lettered in football and track & field.

Mathew Axline

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POS HT WT RB 5-10 185 Paris, TN

YR So.

Shelbyville, KY

POS HT OL 6-5

WT 290

YR R-So.

High School: Prepped at Henry County High School As a senior ran 215 times for 1,671 yards and 25 touchdowns including 144 yards and two touchdowns in 2011 Class 5A state championship game Named all-district and all-state As a junior ran 182 times for 1,084 yards and 10 touchdowns. Personal: He is the son of Derrick and Melissa Allen Majoring in sports management.

2011: Saw action in all 11 games for the Skyhawks on the offensive line Played 773 of the 793 downs Key member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Graded out at 72.0 percent Led the team with 37 pancakes Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Prepped at Shelby County High School Named second team all-state in 2009 ... Was honorable mention all-state in 2008 ... Received outstanding lineman award in 2008 and 2009 ... Was chosen to play in the Greater Louisville East-West All Star game ... Was a three-time all-district player ... Was a four-year letterman ... Named senior captain ... Helped his high school team post a 9-3 record his senior year. Personal: Full Name: Matthew Axline II ... Born: Jan. 19, 1992 ... Son of Mathew and Beth Axline.

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POS HT WR 6-3

WT 185

YR So.

Shelbyville, KY

2011: Did not see game action for the Skyhawks. High School: Played football at Martha Layne Collins High School for head coach Jerry Lucas ... Was a threeyear starter and varsity letterman ... Elected team captain his senior year ... Named the Most Valuable Player of the Bluegrass Bowl in 2010 ... Named first team all-district wide receiver, safety and punter ... Earned all-state honorable mention recognition as a senior ... Named his teams Most Outstanding wide receiver ... Help the Titans win the district championship with an 30

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Kevin Barfield

POS HT WR 5-9 Memphis, TN

WT 167

YR Jr.

2011: Saw action in 10 games for the Skyhawks, starting three (Murray State, Austin Peay, South Alabama) Named National Kickoff Returner of the Week by College Football Performance Awards Caught 15 passes for 183 yards and one touchdown Averaged 12.2 yards per catch Had four rushes for 49 yards Averaged 56.0 all-purpose yards per game Saw action on the special teams as he returned 15 kickoffs for 329 yards including a 99-yard return for a touchdown and 196 total yards against Tennessee Tech. 2010: Saw action in seven games Had two rushing attempts for 17 yards Returned five kickoffs for a total of 18 yards. High School: Played football at Frayser High School for head coach Greg Howard ... Played in the 2009 Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game... Had 20 catches for 379 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 178 yards on 27 carries as a senior ... Also returned kicks and punts where he had 18 kick returns for 550 yards and nine punt returns for 97 yards ... Recorded 35 tackles and six interceptions on defense... Was a 2009 Preseason All-Mid-South team selection ... Ranked by ESPN as the 169th best athlete ... Also ran track his junior year at Frayser and won the state championship in the 200 meters. Personal: Full Name: Kevin Barfield ... Born: Feb. 29, 1992 ... Son of Rukiya Barfield.

Commercial Appeals Best of the Preps team ... Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 4A All-State team ... Played in the Liberty Bowl AutoZone High School All-Star game as a senior ... Had 18 carries for 162 yards and 21 receptions for 439 yards as a senior ... Made 74 total tackles, 56 solo and 18 assisted as a senior ... Recorded eight sacks, three interceptions and scored nine touchdowns for the Falcons in 2010 ... Led Kingsbury to a 7-6 won-loss record his senior season ... Was a wide receiver and had 21 catches for 440 yards ... Rushed for 170 yards on 18 carries ... Scored 12 total touchdowns.

JVontez Blackmon

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Jackson, MS

HT 6-0

WT 192

YR So.

Before UT Martin: Transferred to UT Martin from Hinds Community College In 2011 appeared in 10 games Recorded 56 total tackles, 50 unassisted tackles and six assisted tackles Recorded three interceptions Recovered one fumble In 2010 appeared in nine games Recorded 69 total tackles, 63 unassisted tackles and six assisted tackles Forced one fumble. High School: Attended Forest Hill High School Recorded 43 total tackles, 29 unassisted tackles and 14 unassisted tackles Recorded three interceptions.

Cortez Bowen

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HT 6-2

WT 233

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Tony Bell

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Before UT Martin: Transferred to UT Martin from Southern Miss Did not see game action. WT 200 YR So. High School: Prepped at Trezevant High School for coach Teli White Tallied 74 tackles to go along with nine sacks and four fumble recoveries during his senior campaign Added 102 stops, 18 sacks and two fumble recoveries as a junior during his first season playing organized football A three-star linebacker by Rivals. com and was projected as the No. 22 player in the state following his senior campaign A two-star athlete by Scout.com A three-star athlete by ESPN.com A 4A Tennessee Sportswriters Association All-State pick A member of the blue squad for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl All Star game. 31

DB Memphis, TN

HT 6-1

2011: Played in all 11 games for the Skyhawks Recorded three tackles, one unassisted and two assisted tackles. High School: Played football at Kingsbury High School for head coach Earl Lester ... Was named to the

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Nicolas Brown Jeremy Butler

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3
YR R-So.

DE Louisville, KY

HT 6-2

WT 233

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HT WT WR 6-3 210 Bradenton, FL

YR Jr.

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2011: Saw action in eight games for the Skyhawks Recorded 13 tackles, six unassisted tackles and seven assisted tackles Recorded a season-best four tackles against Austin Peay and Mississippi State Best game came against Austin Peay as he recorded two unassisted tackles and two assisted tackles including one tackle for loss of three yards Recorded one interception against Eastern Kentucky. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Led his team his senior season in tackles for loss (16.5) ... Two-time all-district selection ... Recorded 57 tackles his senior season ... Had three sacks and three quarterback hurries as a senior ... Also ran track at Dupont Manual (400 and 400 relay) ... Threw the discus and shot-put ... Finished sixth in the state as a junior in the shot-put. Personal: Son of Darrin and Stacie Brown Uncle, Bryant Dickerson, graduated from Eastern Kentucky in 1992; and played for the NFLs Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals (1994-97).

Before UT Martin: Transferred to UT Martin from College of the Sequoias Played in all 11 games, recording 48 catches for 617 yards and six touchdowns Averaged 12.9 yards per catch and 56.1 yards per game Ran the ball once for three yards and a touchdown Had a team- and season-best 157 receiving yards against Fresno City College Recorded three touchdown receptions against West Hills CC In 2009 attended Reedy CC Played in seven of the 10 games, recording 20 catches for 204 yards and one touchdown Averaged 10.2 yards per catch and 29.1 receiving yards per game. High School: Graduated from Booker High School in 2009 Lettered two years in football Named first team all-area Played in the PAL All-Star Game Coached by Larry Richardson. Personal: Son of Michelle Lewis and Reginald Clark Born on April 22, 1991 in Sarasota, Fla.

Marquis Clemons

31
POS

Stevie Bush

16
POS

HT WT 5-11 175

YR R-Fr.

St. Louis, MO YR Fr.

HT WT DB 5-11 185 Jackson, TN

2011: Granted redshirt. High School: Played football for head coach Cliff Ice at Webster Groves High School ... Is listed as a St. Louis Today Super 30 recruit ... Led his team to a 13-1 record and the state championship game in 2010 ... Was named a two-time first-team all-state selection, a two-time allconference pick and a two-time all-metro honoree ... As a quarterback he completed 47 of 76 passes for 1,100 yards and 18 touchdowns his senior season ... Piled up 1,747 total yards and accounted for 34 touchdowns as a senior ... Helped his team to a 14-0 won-loss record and the Missouri state championship in 2009, his junior season.

High School: Attended Liberty Technology Magnet High School All-district and all-state.

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Personal: Plans to major in sports management ... is one of two Webster Groves High School student-athletes to sign with UT Martin for the 2011 season. The other signee is Jackson Roberts. lines at South Fulton High School where he played for head coach Kelly Spivey ... Was a three-year starter who played offensive tackle ... Helped South Fulton rush for more than 210 yards per game and 5.8 yards per attempt ... Played defensive end and was in on 51 tackles, including four for lost yards and five sacks ... Was a two-time all-district and all-region selection ... Named Offensive Lineman of the Year in District 14A ... Played extensively in the Tennessee East-West All Star game ... Also handled kicking and punting chores at South Fulton ... Played first and third base on the Red Devils baseball team for head coach Jeremy McFarland. Personal: Full Name: Sam Curtis ... Born: Nov. 7, 1991 ... Son of Kim Curtis.

Caleb Counce

45
POS

Paris, TN

LB

HT 6-0

WT 205

YR Fr.

High School: Attended Henry County High School Scored 12 touchdowns Rushed 70 times for 539 yards Caught 17 passes for 300 yards Member of the EastWest All-Star Game Lions Club award winner Won 2011 Class 5A Championship. Personal: He is the son of James and Kim Counce Majoring in sports management.

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Dylan Davis

POS

OL

HT 6-1

WT 230

YR Fr.

Kenneth Crenshaw

Jackson, MS

62
POS

OL

HT 6-1

WT 230

YR Fr.

2011: Redshirted. Before UT Martin: Played wide receiver for two years at Hinds Community College where he led the Eagles in receptions (39), receiving yards (594) and receiving touchdowns (seven) in 2010 ... Named to the Mississippi Junior College second team all-state squad. High School: Prepped at Forest Hill High School in Jackson, Miss. ... Helped lead the Patriots to the postseason ... A physical wide receiver who proved to be elusive for Class 4-A defenses ... Perhaps the most overlooked prospect in Mississippi out of high school according to Scout.com.

Tucker, GA

High School: Attended Tucker High School Member of 2011 Georgia Class 4A all-region team Georgia Senior Bowl selection DeKalb County All-Star pick.

Sam Curtis

77
POS

OL

HT 6-4

WT 298

YR R-So.

Tyler Eady

South Fulton, TN

65
POS

OL 2011: Saw action in all 11 games for the Skyhawks Played 26 downs of the 2011 season Recorded two pancakes Allowed zero sacks Key member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Anchored both the offensive and defensive

HT 6-2

WT 270

YR R-Jr.

Smyrna, TN 2011: Started in 10 games for the Skyhawks Played 773 downs of the 2011 season Graded out at 73.6% Recorded 24 pancakes Allowed zero sacks Key member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 33

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427.2 yards per game. 2010: Started at center in 10 games. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Played for head coach Matt Williams at Smyrna High School ... Was in the top 10 percent of his class and sported a 3.8 Grade Point Average... Named 2007 MVP at Smyrna High School ... Two-time all-region selection ... Two-time all-area selection ... Two-time AllMidstate honoree ... Named to the Tennesseans 2008 Dream Team ... Garnered 2008 All-State recognition ... Helped Smyrna win the Class 5-A state championship in 2006 and 2007 (Smyrna) compiled a 25-5 won-loss record over the two-year span) ... Selected to play in the 2008 East-West All-Star Game. Personal: Born Oct. 17, 1990 ... Son of Mike and Gwen Eady ... Majoring in Education. East-West All-Star Game Offensive Lineman selection 2011 MVP Offensive Line Schuman Combine Memphis 2011 Elite 15 Schuman selection Oklahoma City, OK 2010-11 U100 Schuman Combine Selection Helped Adamsville make back-to-back state playoff appearances his junior and senior season. Personal: Son of Stephanie and Eric Hurst Majoring in exercise science.

Bobby Ellis

49
POS

The University of Tennessee at Martin

LB

HT 5-9

WT 198

YR Jr.

Dyersburg, TN

Travis Eakin

18
POS

QB

HT 6-3

WT 200

YR R-Jr.

2011: Appeared in all 11 games for the Skyhawks Recorded 10 total tackles, seven unassisted tackles and three assisted tackles Tallied two unassisted tackles for a loss of a yard and a pass breakup against Union College Blocked a kick against Eastern Illinois. 2010: Played on defense in eight games Saw extensive action on special teams Made three total tackles. High School: Prepped at Dyersburg High School where he played linebacker and fullback for coach James Counce ... Helped lead Dyersburg to regional championships as a freshman, sophomore and senior ... Was a three-time all-region selection ... Named the teams Defensive MVP and Best Linebacker his senior year ... Served as a team captain. Personal: Son of Mary Ellis and Vollie Hendrix and Ronnie Hendrix ... Member of the National Honor Society and Golden Honor Roll ... Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Toney, AL

2011: Granted redshirt. 2010: Played and started in six games for ASA in Brooklyn, NY, before suffering a season-ending injury... Passed for 1,189 yards, averaging 198.2 yards per game ... Completed 55 percent of his passes including 10 for touchdowns. 2009: Played and started in seven games ... Passed for 1,344 yards, averaging 192 yards per game ... Completed 51 percent of his passes including 13 touchdowns ... Rushed for one touchdown.

Blake Edwards

Walter Evans

56
POS

87
POS

Ol

HT 6-4

WT 285

YR Fr.

WR

HT WT 5-11 175

YR R-Fr.

Adamsville, TN

Memphis, TN 2011: Granted redshirt.

High School: Attended Adamsville High School Named all-district, all-district academic, Best Cardinal Offensive Lineman, Honorable Mention All-West Tennessee, 2011 34

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Ladevin Fair

32
POS

RB

HT WT 5-10 180

YR Fr.

Troy, TN High School: Attended Obion County Central High School All-State first team The Messenger Player of the Year All-District first team ... As a senior rushed for 1,421 yards and 18 touchdowns ... Caught 27 passes for 313 yards and three touchdowns ... As a junior rushed for 1,175 yards and 15 touchdowns ... Caught 31 passes for 348 yards and three touchdowns.

2011: Played in all 11 games including four starts (Jacksonville State, Union College, Tennessee Tech, Eastern Illinois) Recorded 36 total tackles, 21 unassisted tackles and 15 assisted tackles Tallied a season-best six tackles against Mississippi State, six unassisted and one assisted. 2010: Made the transition from quarterback to defensive back Played in nine games and recorded six total tackles before suffering a season-ending injury Had a season-best two tackles against Murray State. High School: Played football for head coach Rodney Saulsberry at Whitehaven ... Passed for 860 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior ... Completed 56 of 117 passes for an average of 66.2 yards per game ... Led Whitehaven to a 9-3 won loss record as a senior ... Threw three touchdown passes each in games against Hamilton and Central ... Rushed for 669 yards on 140 carries and 14 touchdowns his senior year ... Rushed for three touchdowns in a 46-6 victory over Central. Personal: Full Name: Fred Flenorl Jr. ... Born: July 27, 1991 ... Son of the late Fred Flenorl and Georgia Flenorl.

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Taino Fears-Perez

12
POS

HT WT CB 5-8 167 Knoxville, TN

YR So.

Steven Frazier
2011: Played in ten games, started one (Murray State) Recorded 26 tackles, 16 unassisted and 10 assisted One fumble recovery against Jacksonville State Tallied two pass breakups Had a career-best eight tackles, six solo, against Eastern Illinois, including half a tackle for loss Returned eight kickoffs for 151 yards Averaged 18.9 yards per kick return Averaged 15.1 all-purpose yards per game. High School: Prepped at Knoxville Farragut High School ... Runs a 4.59 40-yard dash ... Played in 19 total games as a junior and senior ... Recorded 73 total tackles in both years ... Had 51 solo tackles, two sacks and 6 TFL ... Made four interceptions his senior year and was ranked third in the state ... Was named to the Knoxville NewsSentinels 2010 All-PrepXtra Football Team ... Named to the all-region, all-district and All-KIL teams in 2009 and 2010 ... Played for the East in the 2010 East-West All-Star game ... Ran track and was a part of the AAU National Championship 4x100 relay team ... Was a member of the academic honor roll all four years in high school.

67
POS

OL

HT 6-2

WT 275

YR Sr.

Seymour, TN 2011: Appeared in one game for the Skyhawks (Austin Peay) Played eight snaps Recorded two pancakes Member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Provided depth for offensive line. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Played football for head coach Gary Householder at Seymour High School and wrestled in heavyweight division named to the 2008 AllRegion first team Voted his teams best offensive lineman Helped the Eagles win the 2008 Region 1-3A championship. Personal: Full Name is Steven A. Frazier Son of Steve and Eugenia Frazier and Scottie Smith Graduated from Seymour High School in 2009 with a 3.9 GPA Father played football for Delta State (1980-84) Plans to become a warrant officer and enroll in flight training 35

Fred Flenorl

11
POS

DB

HT 6-1

WT 181

YR Jr.

Memphis, TN

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through the ROTC.

Trent Garland

20
POS

through his junior season and averaged 20.7 yards per reception. He had 21 catches for 420 yards and four TDs ... Played against former UT Martin teammate Josh Potts in high school. YR R-Fr.

WR

HT WT 5-11 175

Roland Genesy

38
POS

Lawrenceburg, TN

RB

HT 6-1

WT 220

YR Fr.

Before UT Martin: Transferred to UT Martin from Middle Tennessee State Did not play.

Millington, TN High School: Attended Millington Central High School Rushed for 3,900 yards and 45 touchdowns Scored five touchdowns in District championship 2011 District Champion Shelby Metro Best of Preps 2011 2011 All-Region Player of the Year Millington Offensive MVP 2009-2011 Helped Millington win 2011 district championship.

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High School: Prepped at Lawrence County High School under head coach David Marston In 2010 he rushed 181 times for 1,628 yards Rushed for 25 touchdowns Set career-record for touchdowns at Lawrence County High School Averaged 8.99 yards per carry Caught 11 passes for 118 yards and one touchdown Averaged 10.73 yards per catch Recorded 55 total tackles, 46 unassisted and six assisted tackles Tallied eight interceptions and recovered three fumbles Scored 172 total points Averaged 14.3 points per game In 2009 he rushed for 753 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Deantae Glover

47
POS

DE

HT 6-1

WT 240

YR Fr.

Malik Generett

86
POS

Murfreesboro, TN

WR

HT 6-4

WT 205

YR R-Jr.

York, PA

2011: Played in all 11 games for the Skyhawks, starting one (South Alabama) Caught one pass for 23 yards and a touchdown against Union College. 2010: Was a member of the University of Connecticut roster and eligible for the Fiesta Bowl against Michigan ... Did not play at all in the regular season was, however, able to practice with UConn throughout the season. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Prepped at William Penn High School in York, Pa ... Was named a first team all-state in 2008 by Associated Press and Pennsylvania Football News ... Was named the 2008 Tri-Player of the Year in the York Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association ... Was named first team all-league twice ... Also played in the Big 33 All-Star game ... As a senior had 45 receptions for 933 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Served as a team captain ... Switched from quarterback to wide receiver midway 36

High School: Attended Riverdale High School ... Two-year starter Defensive Player of the Year and Defensive MVP DNJ Player of the Year All-State first team All-Midstate first team All-district In 2011, he recorded 99 tackles and had a team-high 22 quarterback hurries and 24 tackles for loss Recorded 8.5 sacks, forced five fumbles and blocked two punts.

Camaren Harris

27
POS

DB

HT 5-9

WT 190

YR Jr.

Horn Lake, MS 2011: Appeared in seven games and started one (Southeast Missouri St.) Recorded seven total tackles, three unassisted tackles and four assisted tackles Tallied a season-best four tackles and one pass breakup against Southeast Missouri St. Before UT Martin: Played at Northwest Mississippi Community College where he appeared in nine games

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as a wide receiver Caught a total of 13 passes for 156 yards. High School: Played football at Horn Lake High School for head coach John Cooley Rushed for 261 yards and five touchdowns on 40 attempts his senior year Had 11 receptions for 279 yards Defensively made 30 tackles and recorded four interceptions including one for a touchdown Also returned punts and kicks his senior season Played offense and defense for the Eagles his sophomore, junior and senior years. Personal: Full Name: Camaren Harris Son of Regina Morris and his stepfather is Dante Morris. team all-regional defensive end his senior season ... Served as team captain for the Rebels ... Recorded 41 total tackles his senior season, 23 solo tackles and 18 assisted tackles ... Had one forced fumble and one sack ... Recorded 47 total tackles his junior season, three tackles for a loss and two fumble recoveries ... Received the Kiwanis Student Achievement Award.

Ryan Isom

91
POS

DL

HT 6-2

WT 285

YR R-So.

The University of Tennessee at Martin

Amari Hawkins

St. Louis, MO

36
POS

HT 6-2

WT 205

YR Fr.

Hermitage, TN

2011: Appeared in five games for the Skyhawks Recorded 11 total tackles, five unassisted tackles and six assisted tackles Tallied a season-best four tackles, two solo and two assisted against Southeast Missouri State Recorded one quarterback hurry. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Played football at Desmet Jesuit for head coach Pat Mahoney ... Was named 2009 All-St. Louis Post-Dispatch first team ... Named first team All-Metro ... Earned Missouri Associated Press All-State honors ... Named to the Class 6A first team all-state team ... Was a Rivals.com two-star defensive lineman ... Recorded 46 total tackles, five tackles for a loss and three sacks his senior season ... Helped the Spartans win the 2009 conference championship and advance to the Class 6 state semifinals. Personal: Born: Dec. 22, 1991 ... Son of Cynthia Isom.

High School: Attended Hillsboro High School Team captain FCA president Seven on Seven Tournament MVP Vanderbilt camp MVP Named Tennessee Tech Seven on Seven Tournament MVP Helped lead Hillsboro to 2008 and 2010 state championship. Personal: Son of Linwood and Alvesia Hawkins Majoring in graphic design Cousin Darius Turner plays football at Tennessee State.

Austin Hopper

54
POS

DL

HT 6-3

WT 264

YR R-Jr.

John Johnson

Troy, TN

73
POS

OL 2011: Appeared in 10 games for the Skyhawks Provided depth on the defensive line. 2010: Played in three games on the defensive line Recorded first career tackle against Lambuth. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Was a three-year starter for coach Shawn Jackson at Obion County Central ... Played defensive end, offensive tackle, and long snapper ... Named first

HT 6-5

WT 248

YR R-So.

University City, MO

2011: Appeared in seven games and started one (Jacksonville State) Played 10 downs Recorded 2 pancakes Allowed zero sacks Member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 37

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2010: Appeared against Tennessee Tech. High School: Played football for head coach Duane Hawthorne ... Named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatchs AllMetro team ... Earned Class 4 first team all-state honors. Personal: Full Name: John Johnson ... Born: April 3, 1992 ... Son of Cynthia Johnson. ... Turned in a monster game against Whites Creek in the 2008 state playoffs where he caught nine passes for 176 yards and a touchdown ... Had two touchdowns and 107 yards of receiving in a 31-24 victory over Henry County in the Class 4A semifinals.

Jordan Landry

Keith Jordan

19
POS

94
POS

DB HT 6-1 WT 282 YR Fr.

HT 5-8

WT 165

YR Fr.

DL

Tucker, GA

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Florissant, MO High School: Attended McCluer North High School 2011 Suburban North Conference selection 2011 Lineman of the Year 2011 first team all-state 2011 first team all-metro 2011 St. Louis High School Football All-State Classic Was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and track. Personal: Son of Keith Jones and Sharon Davis Majoring in computer science.

High School: Attended Tucker High School Recorded 78 tackles three interceptions Rushed 72 times for 910 yards Named 2011 All County running back 2011 All County defensive back DeKalb Athlete of the Week three consecutive weeks 2011 All-Region cornerback ... North-South All-Star Game helped lead Tucker High School to state titles in 2008 and 2011. Personal: Sibling Malik.

Emmette Lindsay

Corey Jordan

34
POS

80
POS

DB HT WT 5-11 215 YR Jr.

HT 6-1

WT 200

YR Fr.

WR

Jackson, TN

Antioch, TN High School: Attended Liberty Tech Jackson Sun Defensive Player of the Year All-district West Tennessee all-star.

2011: Played in all eleven games for the Skyhawks Caught 10 passes for 86 yards Scored one touchdown Averaged 8.6 yards per catch Averaged 15.4 allpurpose yards per game .. Served as kickoff returner on special teams. 2010: Played in eight games ... Caught three passes for 90 yards and one touchdown ... Caught a season-best two passes for 86 yards and one touchdown in the win over Austin Peay. High School: Played for Coach Scott Blade at Hillsboro High School ... Named to the All-Midstate team ... Selected to the all-city team ... Selected to play in the East-West Tennessee All-Star Game ... Scored 10 touchdowns his senior year ... Had 37 catches for 855 yards ... Helped lead Class 4A Hillsboro (13-2) to the 2008 state championship (a 10-7 victory over Maryville) ... Made two catches for 19 yards in the state title game 38

Jarvis McCann

42
POS

LB

HT 6-1

WT 230

YR Jr.

Hattiesburg, MS

2011: Appeared in all eleven games and started six Recorded 62 total tackles, 22 unassisted tackles and 40 assisted tackles Tallied six tackles for loss including half a sack Forced one fumble against Eastern Illinois Intercepted one pass against Tennessee Tech Set a season-best tackle mark against Southeast Missouri State with 13 tackles, three of which were unassisted

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Recorded a quarterback hurry and broke up a pass to go along with 10 tackles against Murray State. Community College: Played linebacker for two years at Pearl River Community College for head coach Tim Hatten ... Played in nine games as a sophomore and made 41 total tackles ... Had one TFL and a sack ... Also recovered a fumble. High School: Prepped at Hattiesburg High School where he played football for head coach William Hoehn.

DJ McNeil

23
POS

RB

HT 6-2

WT 205

YR Jr.

Collierville, TN 2011: Appeared in all eleven games for the Skyhawks Rushed 58 times for 275 yards Scored six touchdowns, five rushing and one receiving Had season-best game against Union College scoring two touchdowns on 12 carries and 79 yards Averaged 4.7 yards per carry Caught four passes for 34 yards Averaged 8.5 yards per catch Averaged 28.1 all-purpose yards per game Tallied seven total tackles, four unassisted and three assisted Recovered one fumble. 2010: Played in 11 games as a true freshman running back ... Carried 52 times for 262 yards ... Averaged five yards per carry ... Had a career-best 126 yards on 14 carries against Lambuth ... Had 288 all-purpose yards for an average of 26.2 per game. High School: Played for head coach Major White at Briarcrest High School ... Rushed for 974 yards on 161 attempts and scored 22 touchdowns as a senior ... Had 10 receptions for 79 yards and one touchdown ... Had 1,191 all-purpose yards ... Helped lead Briarcrest to a 7-5 record and the second round of the state playoffs ... Was named to the Commercial Appeals Best of the Preps All-Metro team. Personal: Full Name: Dennis McNeil Jr. ... Born: Nov. 18, 1991 ... Son of Dennis and Tina McNeil.

Elijah McClendon

34
POS

The University of Tennessee at Martin

LB

HT 6-1

WT 205

YR Fr.

St. Petersburg, FL High School: Attended Boca Ciega High School First team All-County First team All-PCAC Honorable Mention All-Sun Coast Honorable Mention all-state Also competed in wrestling and track. Personal: Son of Evette Hunter Majoring in exercise science.

Clay McKinnie

66
POS

LB

HT 6-1

WT 210

YR R-Jr.

Medon, TN

2011: Saw game action on special teams against Mississippi State. 2010: Saw action on defense against Southeast Missouri State ... Played on special teams. High School: Played defensive end at Chester County High School ... Helped the Eagles advanced to the state playoffs his senior year. Personal: Son of David and Cathy McKinnie ... Born June 15, 1991 ... Brother Jake McKinnie played football at Tennessee.

Tyler McPeak

87
POS

TE

HT 6-3

WT 240

YR Fr.

Dresden, TN High School: Attended Dresden High School 2011 Most Valuable Linebacker 2011 All-State tight end 2011 All-District linebacker 2011 team captain 2010-11 Best Tackler Two-time all-district selection 2010-11 Charter Business Player of the Week 201011 Player of the Week 2009-10 All-State Honorable Mention. Personal: Son of Dawn McPeak Majoring in business Voted Mr. DHS Voted Most Outgoing of senior

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class Head usher at Hodges Chapel Baptist Church Member of FCA Member of DECA Four-Year Athlete and Starter on football and basketball team Volunteer Youth Basketball Coach. High School: Named to the Commercial Appeals Best of the Preps Private School team ... Played in the Liberty Bowl AutoZone All-Star game ... Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association D2-2A team ... Helped Christian Brothers finish fourth in the Commercial Appeals Dandy Dozen ... Made 69 tackles, nine TFL, four sacks his senior year ... Received the Harris Jones Courage Award ... Was a member of the track team that won the state championship ... Was the state runner-up in the shot put his junior and senior seasons.

Nicholas Michaels

98
POS

LS

HT WT 5-11 220

YR R-Fr.

Murfreesboro, TN

Ethan Myers

The University of Tennessee at Martin

2011: Granted redshirt. High School: Played for head coach Ron Aydelott at Riverdale High School Earned Special Teams, Defensive Player and Most Valuable Player for the Riverdale Indians. Personal: Son of Scott and Terri Michaels Majoring in physical education.

57
POS

LB

HT 6-0

WT 215

YR R-So.

Columbia,TN 2011: Provided depth on the practice squad. 2010: Redshirted High School: Played linebacker and tight end at Columbia Central ... Led the Lions to a Region championship and State runner-up trophy ... Finished with a 4.0 GPA and 13th overall in graduating class. Personal: Son of Bob and Kelly Myers ... Has one brother named Jacob ... Majoring in biology. 2011: Played in one game for the Skyhawks against Tennessee Tech.

Jordan Murphy

75
POS

OL

HT 6-3

WT 280

YR R-Fr.

Camden, TN 2011: Granted redshirt. High School: Played for head coach Kevin Ward at Camden Central ... Was a 2010 Class 2A Mr. Football Finalist ... Helped the Lions (12-1) advance to the quarterfinals of the playoffs where they lost to Milan ... Named the 2010 all-district Most Valuable Defensive Player ... Named to the 2010 first team all-state squad ... Made 62 tackles, four TFL and five sacks his senior year ... Earned all-district honors in 2008 ... Was named Camdens Best Defensive Lineman in 2009.

Jarod Neal

13
POS

QB

HT 6-1

WT 180

YR R-Fr.

Hendersonville, TN

Matt Murphy

48
POS

DL

HT 6-2

WT 260

YR So..

Memphis, TN 2011: Played in seven games for the Skyhawks Recorded three assisted tackles Tallied a career-best two tackles against Mississippi State. 40

High School: Played quarterback for coach Anthony Crabtree at Beech High School ... Named to the 2010 All-District 9-AAA team ... Selected to the All-Sumner County second team ... Served as a team captain in 2010 his senior season ... Led Beech to the Class 5A state championship as a junior in 2009 ... Named the Class 5A state championship game MVP ... Selected as the Blue Cross Blue Shield Player of the Game ... Tied state championship record for touchdown passes with four ... Overall record as a varsity starter was 20-4 ... Completed 55 percent of all passes thrown from 2008-2010 ... Threw for 2,466 career yards and 29 touchdowns ... Had 61 career rushing attempts for 99 yards and eight touchdowns.

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Personal: Son of Jimmy Neal and Julie Carrigan.

Obi Nwankwo

28
POS

Austin Peay ... Played a key role in the offensive lines success ... The Skyhawks ranked 27th in the nation in rushing offense, 22nd in the nation in passing offense, 14th in total offense and 37th in the nation in scoring offense. 2008: Redshirted, did not play. High School: Played every offensive line position but center ... Was elected team captain his senior season ... Earned all-city honors ... One of four Riverdale High School offensive lineman to earn Division 1 scholarship in 2008 ... Played for Skyhawk assistant coach Jordan Hankins at Riverdale. Personal: Son of John and Jackie Pope of Murfreesboro ... Born Jan 20, 1990 ... Majoring in broadcast communications. 2011: Granted redshirt.

HT WT 5-10 181

YR Jr.

West Chester, OH 2011: Played in six games for the Skyhawks Recorded nine total tackles, six unassisted and three assisted Tallied four solo tackles against Eastern Illinois. 2010: Started five games and played in 10 ... Recorded 35 tackles on the season, 23 unassisted tackles and 12 assisted tackles ... Had a season-best eight tackles against rival Murray State ... One interception against Jacksonville State ... Broke up four passes on the season. High School: Played football for head coach Larry Cox and basketball for head coach Sean Van Winkle... Named first-team all-city ... Selected to the All-Greater Miami Conference first-team as a junior ... Recorded 63 tackles, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries his senior year ... Was the starting point guard on the basketball team ... Averaged 17 points per game ... Helped the Firebirds win the 2009 GMC championship and make a run in the state playoffs. Personal: Born: July 13, 1991 ... Son of Harford and Margaret Nwankwo. 2011: Saw action in seven games for the Skyhawks

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James Ratliff

51
POS

LB

HT 6-0

WT 225

YR R-Fr.

Memphis, TN

Michael Pope

64
POS

OL

HT 6-2

WT 270

YR R-Sr.

High School: Named to the first team All-District 14AAA squad ... Was named the district Defensive Player of the Year ... Named to the Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps team ... Played in the Liberty Bowl AutoZone All-Star game ... Helped Craigmont finish 12th in the Commercial Appeal Dandy Dozen ... Made 117 tackles, 13 TFL, four sacks, two caused fumbles and two interceptions his senior season. High School: Attended Henry County High School

Najee Ray

Murfreesboro, TN on the offensive line Played 28 downs of the 2011 season Member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Recorded one pancake Did not allow a sack Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Played in five games against Southeastern Louisiana, Murray State, Eastern Kentucky, Lambuth and Tennessee State. 2009: Saw action against Iowa Wesleyan, Southeast Missouri State, Jacksonville State, Tennessee Tech and

14
POS

QB

HT 6-1

WT 180

YR Fr.

Paris, TN Played in East-West All-Star Game Led Henry County to the Class 5A state championship Rushed for 154 yards in the state championship game Named All-Region Earned Class 5A All-State honors Passed for 824 yards, rushed for 1,524 yards, and scored 24 touchdowns 2010 MVP of the Dickson County game ... All-District Most Valuable Offensive Back. Personal: Son of Mun Ray Majoring in business. 41

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2011: Granted redshirt.

Jackson Redditt

DJ Roberts

57
POS

96
POS

HT 6-2

WT 190

YR R-Fr.

DE

HT 6-2

WT 245

YR R-Jr.

Knoxville, TN 2011: Played in all 11 games, and started 10 Recorded 50 total tackles, 28 unassisted tackles and 22 assisted tackles Tallied 11 tackles for loss for 43 yards Recorded 3.5 sacks Consistently pressured the quarterback with nine hurries Had a seasonbest 10 tackles, six unassisted, in a win over Southeast Missouri State. 2010: Started two games and played in ten ... Had 17 tackles, 10 unassisted tackles along with seven assisted tackles ... Had five tackles for loss of 8 yards ... Recorded 1.5 sacks for a loss of five yards ... Had two quarterback hurries along with two pass breakups. 2009: Saw action against Jacksonville State. High School: Earned first team all-state honors his junior and senior years at Austin-East ... Named MVP of the 2008 East-West All-Star Game ... Selected to play in the Tennessee-Kentucky Border Bowl ... Named to the Knoxville Interscholastic Leagues (KIL) first team ... Twotime all-region selection ... Named the Class AAA Region 2 Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected to the All-Pilot High School Heros first team ... Named to the Knoxville News Sentinels first team ... Was selected as the Play It Smart Athlete of the Month. 2011: Granted redshirt.

Mount Juliet, TN

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High School: Handled both kicking and punter chores at Wilson Central High School for head coach Brad Dedman ... Named to the 2010 all-district team as a special teams player ... Named to the 2010 All-Midstate team ... Played in the Toyota East-West All-Star game for the West team ... As a senior made field goals of 56, 50 and 47 yards ... 18 of his 22 kickoffs as a senior were touchbacks ... Punted 44 times for an average of 40.5 yards ... Also played soccer for the Tigers for four years. Personal - Son of Mark and Lisa Redditt ... Has two older sisters ... a member of the National Honor Society ... Sports a 4.0 grade point average. 2011: Provided depth at the quarterback position.

Tyler Rice

10
POS

QB

HT 6-3

WT 195

YR So.

Waynesboro, TN

High School: Played quarterback for his father, Ricky Rice at Wayne County High School ... Has a 40-9 record as the starting quarterback ... Completed 369 of 653 career passes for 6,371 yards and 87 touchdowns ... Rushed 197 times for 1,010 career yards and 34 touchdowns ... Named the 2010 Mr. Football (Back of the Year) for Class A-AA ... a three-time Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State first-team selection ... 2010 Region 6A Player of the Year ... 2009 Region 6A Offensive Player of the Year ... 2008 Region 6A Player of the Year ... Led the Wildcats to a 10-2 record and the third round of the state playoffs in 2010 ... Led the Wildcats to a 12-1 worksheet and the semifinals of the state playoffs as a junior ... Named the 2010 Times Daily (Florence, Ala.) Player of the Year ... Selected as the Times Daily first-team quarterback for three consecutive years.

Jackson Roberts

78
POS

OL

HT 6-7

WT 300

YR R-Fr.

St. Louis, MO

High School: Played for head coach Cliff Ice ... Paved the way for Webster Groves to rush for 3,343 yards and 2,957 passing yards in 14 games his senior season ... Helped the offense average 450 yards per game ... Led the team to a 13-1 record and the state championship game in 2010 ... Helped Webster Groves to a 14-0 record and the Missouri state championship ... Named first team all-conference in 2009 and 2010 ... Named first team allmetro in 2009 and 2010 ... A two-time all-state selection his junior and senior years ... Was a member of the team

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that won 27 consecutive games. 2011: Granted redshirt.

Corey Rogers

82
POS

TE

HT 6-4

WT 250

YR R-Fr.

the 2008 TACA All-State team as a linebacker ... Selected to play in the 2008 Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star Classic Game as a linebacker ... Nominated for The Tennesseans High School Football Dream Team ... Served as a student council representative for four years ... Named the February 2008 Student of the Month ... Named to the 2008 honor roll. 2011: Appeared in two games for the Skyhawks

Winchester, KY

James Satterfield

39
POS

High School: Earned the team receiving and defensive linemen awards ... Named all-district tight end ... Earned third team all-state recognition for his play on the defensive line ... Made 50 catches for 586 yards and scored seven touchdowns as a senior ... Averaged 11.7 yards per reception ... Made 56 total tackles his senior year ... Had six sacks and seven QBH ... Also played basketball ... Is a member of the 1,000-point scoring club ... Earned honorable mention all-state honors ... Averages 19 points and seven rebounds a game. 2011: Did not participate.

K/P

HT 6-1

WT 171

YR R-So.

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Gallatin, TN

(Jacksonville State and Union College) Served as kickoff specialist Accumulated 534 kickoff yards in nine attempts. 2010: Appeared against Lambuth. High School: Played football for head coach Robert Lassiter ... Was named as the All-Midstate punter his senior season ... Named All-District 9-AAA ... Was Gallatins Special Teams Most Valuable Player ... Made 52 of 56 extra points and six of 10 field goals his senior year ... Kicked a career-long 50-yard field goal ... Helped the Green Wave post a 10-3 won-loss record and advance to the state quarterfinals. Personal: Son of Joe and Trudi Satterfield. High School: Attended Madison Academic Made

Nate Rottero

17
POS

LB

HT WT 5-11 210

YR Sr.

Mount Juliet, TN

2010: Saw action at linebacker in 11 games while starting two ... Recorded 28 tackles, 16 unassisted tackles and 12 assisted tackles with a net loss of 10 yards ... Returned lone interception of the season for a touchdown against Tennessee State. 2009: Played in nine games as a true freshman ... Recorded 12 tackles and two tackles for loss ... Had one fumble recovery against Memphis ... Made a seasonbest five tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss against Eastern Illinois. High School: Three-year starter at linebacker and long snapper at Wilson Central High School ... Helped Wilson Central advance to the Class 5A state playoffs in 2007 and 2008 ... Recorded 115 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, seven sacks and one interception his senior season ... Named defensive team captain for 2007 and 2008 ... Two-time All-Region 4 in Class 5A selection ... Named to The Tennesseans All-Midstate first team ... Selected to

Marcus Sease

89
POS

LB

HT 6-2

WT 215

YR Fr.

Huntsville, AL first team All-Region squad as a linebacker Earned All-State honorable mention honors Served as team captain Named All-District linebacker Was the leading tackler for two consecutive seasons Helped lead his team to the Class 3A Alabama State Championship All-Region co-defensive Player of the Year Huntsville Times Elite first team selection 2010 Region Eight champion 2010 First Team All-Region linebacker Varsity letter as a freshman. Personal: Son of Keenan and Valerie Sease.

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Clay Sheley

46
POS

academic major. 2011: Did not play because of injury.

Trey Smith
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LS

37
POS

Dickson, TN 2011: Appeared in all eleven games for the Skyhawks serving as the primary long snapper Recorded four total tackles, two unassisted tackles and two assisted tackles Tallied a season-best two tackles against South Alabama.

DB

HT WT 5-10 200

YR R-Sr.

Murfreesboro, TN

2010: Recorded one tackle against Lambuth. 2009: Played in 10 games and made 17 total tackles ... Was credited with a blocked PAT in the victory over Southeast Missouri State ... Made the move from running back to safety during fall camp. 2008: Spent most of the season adjusting to a new position ... Made the transition from cornerback to running back. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Named team captain at Riverdale ... Earned all-city and all-region honors ... Led team in rushing with 806 yards and scored 14 touchdowns as a senior ... Played for current UT Martin running backs coach Jordon Hankins. 2011: Played in nine games for the Skyhawks Had one

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2010: Appeared in all 11 games as the long snapper. 2009: Saw action in all 11 games as the long snapper ... Was credited with two tackles. High School: Played football for head coach Jackie Bledsoe and baseball for head coach Ray Ragan at Dickson County High School ... Selected to the 2007 Defensive All-Region team ... Received the Todd Pruitt Memorial Scholarship in 2007 ... Was a member of the Beta Club. Personal: Son of Ed and Crysti Sheley ... Born March 14, 1990 ... Majoring in criminal justice. 2011: Granted redshirt.

Aaron Simms

29
POS

Matt Stewart
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DB

85
POS

Mount Juliet, TN

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YR R-So.

Mount Juliet, TN High School: Played both offense and defense at McGavock High School ... Had 500 receiving yards his senior year ... Had 500 return yards and 1,200 allpurpose yards ... Scored six total touchdowns ... Made 14 tackles ... Was a three-year varsity starter in football and a four-year varsity letter winner ... Named all-city receiver in 2010 ... Named District Offensive MVP ... Named to the Tennessean All-Midstate second team ... Played defensive back in the Toyota Tennessee EastWest All-Star game ... Earned honorable mention Old Spice National Player of the Year ... Named District 12AAA Special Teams MVP in 2009. Personal: Son of Marlin and Andrea Simms ... Father Marlin is the head boys basketball coach at McGavock ... Has one brother, Brandon ... Still deciding on his 44

reception for 17 yards against Union College. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Played football for head coach Roger Perry ... Caught three passes for 56 yards for the Golden Bears and helped Mount Juliet to a 9-2 record and a berth in the Class 6A playoffs as a devastating run blocker. Personal: Full Name: Matthew Stewart ... Born: April 13, 1992 ... Son of Jay Stewart.

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Tyler Sweeden

90
POS

Richard Taylor
YR Fr.

DE

HT 6-3

WT 235

30
POS

CB

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YR R-Fr.

Louisville, KY High School: Attended Trinity High School Helped Trinity win three Class 6A state championships (2008, 2010-11) Helped Shamrocks claim the 2011 National high school championship Only lost two games in four years (45-2) Sophomore year named Best JV Defensive Lineman 2009 state champion wrestler. Personal: Son of Steve and Laura Sweeden Member of Beta Club and Honor Roll Majoring in premedicine.

Nashville, TN 2011: Granted redshirt. High School: Led Pearl Cohn to a 9-4 overall record and a 5-1 district worksheet ... Made 90 tackles and 46 solo tackles his senior year ... Made one sack and three interceptions, seven pass breakups, one forced fumble and one blocked field goal ... Made 16 tackles against David Lipscomb on Oct. 22, 2010 ... Made 11 tackles against Grundy County on Nov. 5, 2010 ... Also punted and returned kicks ... Scored two touchdowns in 2010 ... Played offense for the Firebirds and had 10 carries and one reception. Personnel: Son of Valerie Taylor and Antowan Malone ... Majoring in health and human performance.

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Charles Sweeton

76
POS

Ol

HT 6-5

WT 291

YR R-So..

Lawrenceburg, TN 2011: Played in all 11 games for the Skyhawks and started ten Played 773 of the 793 downs of the 2011 season Key member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Graded out at 74.4 percent Recorded 26 pancakes Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Played for head coach David Marston at Lawrence County High School ... Named to the Tennessee Football Coaches Association All-State team ... Played for the West in the Tennessee East/West AllStar game ... Earned second-team All-Midstate honors ... Named the District 8 Class 3A Most Valuable Offensive Lineman. Personal: Full Name: Charles E. Sweeton ... Born: Sept. 11, 1992 ... Son of Don and Sarah Sweeton.

Drew Thomas

83
POS

TE

HT 6-3

WT 210

YR Fr.

Lakeland, TN

High School: Attended Arlington High School Named a three-time All-Region selection Played in the 2011 East-West All-Star game Three-time Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps Ranked No. 1 Tight End in Tennessee by Max Preps Caught 15 touchdowns and had 700 receiving yards Averaged 17 yards per catch his senior year Lettered in football and basketball. Personal: Son of Jeff and Lisa Thomas Was on Honor Roll, Deans List, and won Tiger Tenacity Welding Award Majoring in mechanical engineering

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Chris Thompson

Personal: Full Name: Anthony Topps ... Born: March 21, 1991 ... Son of Angela Rushing.

Juwan Turner
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POS

WR

61
POS

St. Louis, MO 2011: Appeared in five games for the Skyhawks Caught two passes for 22 yards against Mississippi State. 2010: Started seven games and appeared in all 11 ... Caught 19 passes for 239 yards and one touchdown. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Was a two-year varsity starter at Riverview Garden High School ... two-time first team all-conference wide receiver selection ... Named MVP of the 2008 Demetrius Johnson Charitable Foundation 7 on 7 Football Tournament ... Earned 2008 all-state and allmetro honors ... Had 49 catches his senior year and set a new school record for most catches by a wide receiver ... Piled up 968 receiving yards his senior season and set a new school record for most receiving yards by a wide receiver ... Scored 15 career touchdowns ... Averaged 18.3 yards per catch ... Also returned kickoffs and punts ... Had 1,500 career kick/punt return yards.

OL

HT 6-0

WT 265

YR R-So.

Old Hickory, TN

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2011: Member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Redshirted High School: Played left guard and defensive end for McGavock High School ... In 2009 was named to All-City Defensive Line, Most Valuable Offensive Lineman in District 12-AAA and a two year letterman ... Maintained a 3.7 GPA while graduating as a distinguished scholar. Personal: Son of Parnell and Connie Turner ... Majoring in sports management.

Anthony Topps

Garrett Vincent

60
POS

79
POS

OL

HT 6-1

WT 274

YR R-So.

DL

HT 6-0

WT 200

YR R-Fr.

Martin, TN

Fort Campbell, KY 2011: Played in six games for the Skyhawks Played 124 downs of the 2011 season Member of a Skyhawk offensive line that only allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays Graded out at 62.2 percent Recorded 3 pancakes Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points per game while averaging 427.2 yards per game. 2010: Redshirted High School: Played for head coach Shawn Berner where he was a three-year starter ... Named to the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicles All-Area team ... Earned all-district honors ... Helped lead Fort Campbell to three state championships ... Won 42 of 43 games and the team was 42-3 over three years ... Named to the Kentucky Associated Press All-State team as a junior and as a senior. 46 2011: Granted redshirt. High School: Played defensive end and tackle for Martin Westview ... Named All-District, All-West Tennessee honorable mention, and team captain in 2010 ... Active in Beta Club, National Honor Society and Honor Roll. Personal: Son of Jack and Jennifer Vincent of Martin ... One sister, Teddy ... Majoring in engineering.

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Dean Wathen

95
POS

Thad Williams

4
HT 6-2 WT 246 YR R-So.

DL

POS

DB

HT 5-9

WT 190

YR Sr.

Henderson, KY 2011: Appeared in four games for the Skyhawks, and started one Recorded six tackles, three unassisted tackles and three assisted tackles Tallied a seasonbest three tackles against Murray State. 2010: Appeared in 11 games on defense ... Recorded 10 tackles on the season, five assisted tackles and five unassisted tackles ... Blocked two kicks against Murray State. High School: Was a three-year starter at defensive end and played tight end on offense in certain situations for head coach Clay Clevenger ... Caught five passes for 90 yards and a touchdown ... Was a second-team Kentucky Associated Press All-State selection as a defensive lineman and honorable mention on the CourierJournals all-state team ... Named the Kentucky Football Coaches Association Class 6-A First District Player of the Year ... Helped Henderson County High School post a 9-4 won-loss record and advance to the 6-A Regional championship game ... Also a member of the Henderson County High School swim team Personal: Full Name: Dean Wathen ... Born: Aug. 4, 1991 ... Son of Richard and Lynda Wathen.

Adel, GA High School All-American Majoring in math. 2011: Did not play because of injury. 2010: Started games against Tennessee and Southeastern Louisiana before suffering a seasonending knee injury Had eight tackles on the season, four assisted tackles and four unassisted tackles. Before UT Martin: Transferred to UT Martin from Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, KS.

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Chris Wright

44
POS

LB

HT 6-1

WT 205

YR Sr.

Petal, MS

2011: Appeared in six games for the Skyhawks Recorded 10 total tackles, one unassisted and nine assisted tackles Tallied one quarterback hurry. Before UT Martin: Played in 10 games his sophomore season ... Recorded 63 total tackles and 32 solos ... Had two TFL, three pass breakups and one interception.

Jeremiah Wilkins

52
POS

LB

HT 6-0

WT 220

YR Fr.

Rod Wright

24
POS

Bridgeton, MO

WR High School: Attended Pattonville High School 2011 first team All-Conference 2011 first team All-Metro 2011 second team All-State 2011 Defensive Player of the Year Suburban North Conference Led state in tackles with 173 2010 second team All-State 2010 first team All-Metro 2010 first team All-Conference Lettered in football and basketball. Personal: Son of Rayburn and Lisa Wilkins Academy

HT 6-1

WT 175

YR R-Fr.

Memphis, TN 2011: Granted redshirt. High School: Played in the Liberty Bowl AutoZone AllStar game ... Made four catches for 100 yards in the all-star game ... Named to the Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps team ... Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association team ... Helped Ridgeway finish first in the Commercial Appeal Dandy Dozen ... Was a 2010 all-state selection ... Made 54 catches for 910 yards his senior year ... Earned district MVP honors. 47

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Pre-Season Notes
OVC victories piling up
Head coach Jason Simpson has won 37 Ohio Valley Conference games in six years at UT Martin. Before Simpson arrived, UT Martin managed 37 wins in 14 years (1992-2005) under the direction of five head coaches (Don McLeary, Jim Marshall, Sam McCorkle, Johnny Jernigan and Matt Griffin). who picked up the remaining six votes and had 117 total points. Murray State was picked third (85 points) and followed closely by Tennessee Tech in fourth (83). The poll was rounded out by Tennessee State (69), UT Martin (67), Southeast Missouri (44), Eastern Illinois (42) and Austin Peay (17).

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2012 Preseason Accolades


Matthew Axline (OL) College Sports Madness Preseason OVC AllConference Third Team Tevin Barksdale (RB) College Football Performance Watch List College Sports Madness Preseason OVC AllConference Second Team Derek Carr (QB) College Football Performance Watch List College Sports Madness Preseason OVC AllConference Second Team Tyler Eady (OL/C) College Sports Madness Preseason OVC AllConference Third Team Ben Everett (TE) College Football Performance Watch List Montori Hughes (DL) College Football Performance Watch List College Sports Madness Preseason OVC AllConference First Team Jason McNair (RB) College Sports Madness Preseason OVC AllConference Third Team

Jeff Byrd will serve as the defensive coordinator for the Skyhawks this season. Byrd, from Arkansas Tech, is one of two new coaches on head coach Jason Simpsons staff this year. Also joining the staff is Eric Stuedemann, a former graduate assistant at Mississippi State, who will coach the quarterbacks. Like Stuedemann, Byrd has a Mississippi connection. He graduated from Southern Miss in 1989.

Theres no place like home

The Skyhawks sport a .742 winning percentage (23-8) at Hardy M. Graham Stadium under the direction of head coach Jason Simpson (2006-present). The Skyhawks have won at least four home games in five of Simpsons six seasons. In 2007, the Skyhawks were 3-2 at Hardy M. Graham Stadium.

Five former FBS players on roster

The Skyhawks have five former FBS players on its roster this season, including seniors Quentin Sims (Georgia Tech), Michael Bryant (Vanderbilt), Malik Generett (Connecticut), Montori Hughes (Tennessee) and Cortez Brown (Southern Miss). Eastern Kentucky has been picked to win the 2012 crown by league head football coaches and sports information directors, while The University of Tennessee at Martin, under the direction of seventh-year head coach Jason Simpson, has been picked sixth in the preseason OVC poll released July 23 at the annual football media day in Nashville. Eastern Kentucky totaled 124 points to top the poll. The only other school to receive first-place votes was Jacksonville State,

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HEAD COACH

Jason Simpson
UT Martin head football coach Jason Simpson and his UT Martin Skyhawks didnt waste any time garnering attention in 2011. The Skyhawks opened the season at No. 9 Jacksonville State and suffered a one-point loss in the final minute of the game. Two weeks later Simpson and the Skyhawks stunned arch rival Murray State, 48-26, in front of the home crowd at Hardy Graham Stadium. It was the four losses, that ignited Simpsons battle cry Go Make A Difference, or Go MAD for the 2012 campaign. In six years, Simpson has led the Skyhawks to a .617 OVC winning percentage and a .544 overall winning percentage. The OVC winning percentage is among the top four in the league, backing up why Simpson was the 2006 Roy Kidd Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year. Along with winning, Simpson has delivered one of the most explosive offensives and a stifling defenses in the country. The Mississippi native and sixth-year head coach has recently produced the nations No. 1 punt returner in All-American CJ Estelle and All-American defensive back Dontrell Miller. As a team UT Martin won the Sgt. Alvin York Trophy in 2010 when it went 6-5 overall and 5-3 in the OVC. The Sgt. York Trophy was not the only piece of the puzzle for the Skyhawks in 2010. Simpson led his charges to a 10-7 Homecoming victory and the first ever win over perennial power Eastern Kentucky in school history. With the 2006 OVC championship to his credit and a field goal shy of a second championship in 2008, Simpsons teams have been ranked among the top 25 in the nation

The explosive offense led by West Tennessee product Derek Carr didnt stop cruising. The Skyhawks lambasted Austin Peay 61-23 and then closed out the home season with a 38-30 win over Southeast Missouri State. Going into the final two games of the season, the Skyhawks were in a position to win their second OVC championship in five years. However, it was the litle things that proved costly on the road against Tennessee State and Eastern Kentucky. When the dust settled and the regular season came to an end the Skyhawks found themselves in the middle of the OVC standings with a 4-4 worksheet. The four losses were by a combined 16 points. 50

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The Simpson file...
Birthdate: 1/25/71 Birthplace: Ellisville, MS Family: wife: Julie Wilkerson; daugter: Emma (7); sons: Ty (9) & Graham (3)

Education

High School: South Jones High School College: Southern Miss (1994)

Playing Experience

Mississippi State- Quarterback (1990-92) Southern Miss- Baseball (1992-94)

Coaching Experience

Head Coach- UT Martin (2006- present) Offensive Coordinator- UT Chattanooga (2003-05) Quarterback Coach- Texas State (2000-03) Quarterback/ Wide Receiver Coach- Blinn Junior College (2000) Quarterback Coach- Jacksonville State (1997-99) Graduate Assistant Defensive Backs CoachDelta State (1995)

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Additional Accolades annually. The Skyhawks received votes in the FCS polls seven out of 14 weeks during the 2009 season. The Skyhawks marched to a 5-6 overall record and sported a 4-4 OVC worksheet. The team opened its campaign with a 56-0 lambasting over Iowa Wesleyan and won three of its last four games of the season in convincing fashion. Among those victories was a 38-24 triumph over rival Murray State and a 48-38 shootout with Austin Peay. The Skyhawks were ranked 27th in the nation in rushing offense, 22nd in the nation in passing offense, 37th in scoring offense, 31st in rushing defense, 19th in punt return yardage/defense, 30th for tackles for a loss per game, 25th for third down conversion percentage and 17th for time of possession. Cade Thompson, Simpsons starting quarterback from 2008-09, was 20th in the nation in passing yards per game and total passing yards (2,546). Thompson set new school records for passing yards, completion percentage and touchdown passes in 2009. Offensive tackle Joe Gibbs, junior linebacker Josh Bey, tailback Brandyn Young and freshman tailback Jason McNair reeled in All-OVC honors in 2009 for Simpson and the Skyhawks. Gibbs was also named to three All-America teams and claimed UT Martins Bob Carroll Male Athlete of the Year Award. Gibbs recently earned a tryout with the NFLs New York Jets. Simpson led the 2008 Skyhawks to an 8-4 overall campaign and a 6-2 OVC record. The team received votes in both the FCS Coaches Poll and the Sports Network Poll, and was ranked 25th in the nation in the final Sports Media Entertainment (SME) Network poll. The team was ranked fourth in the nation in scoring offense (37.33) and sixth in fumbles recovered (16). The Skyhawks were also ranked among the nations top 40 teams in rushing offense (34), passing offense (35),

Won Sgt. Alvin York Trophy (2010) Won OVC Championship (2006) Named the American Football Coaches Association Region 3 Coach of the Year (2006) Earned the OVCs Roy Kidd Coach of the Year (2006)

Prominent Players

Reggie Stancil- Freshman Quarterback of the Year in Southland Conference Ronald Bonner signed with the Hamilton Tiger Cats Joe Gibbs signed with the Edmonton Eskimos, All- American Don Chapman- UT Martins all-time rushing leader C.J. Estelle- All-American Eldra Buckle- Played for the Lions and Eagles Josh Bey- Arena League

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Skyhawks since joining the league in 1992. Of the nine victories, five were road wins and it marked the first time the Skyhawks won an OVC road game since 1996. Along with wins, Simpson led the Skyhawks to national rankings for the first time since 1989 and top 10 statistical rankings in pass efficiency defense (2), total defense(6), pass defense (7). The team was 12th in rushing offense while Chapman was ranked No. 9 in rushing offense (128.36 yards per game). Burton was ranked seventh in kickoff returns (26.2 yards per return). Simpson finished fourth in the annual voting for the Eddie Robinson Award for the nations best coach. He was named the American Football Coaches Association Region 3 Coach of the Year and he earned the OVCs Roy Kidd Coach of the Year trophy. total offense (16), punt returns (23), kickoff returns (38), passing efficiency (27), sacks (19), tackles for loss (7), third down conversion percentage (8) and fourth down conversion percentage (8). The head coach had five first team All-OVC selections including Thompson, his quarterback, wide receiver Mike Hicks, offensive lineman Kevin Bannon, defensive lineman Ray Williams and defensive back Dontrell Miller. Miller earned All-American honors from the Associated Press, the AFCA and the Sports Network. He was also included in CSNs Fabulous 50 team. Williams picked up honorable mention All-American honors from The Sports Network. In 2007, the Skyhawks closed out the season by winning four of their last five games. The Skyhawk offense exploded in the second half of the season with a 76-34 victory over Murray State and a 55-20 thumping over Southeast Missouri State. While the second half of the season was loaded with excitement, the first half was a challenge to say the least. The Skyhawks lost their first three OVC games by a combined nine points. The team finished the season with a 4-7 overall record and a 4-4 mark in the OVC. Linebacker Josh Yarbrough led the team in tackles and earned All-OVC honors and honorable mention All-American honors from the Sports Network. Running back Don Chapman closed out his career as UT Martins all-time rushing leader with 5,017 yards. Chapman became only the 14th Division I player to rush for 1,000 yards in four consecutive seasons. Return specialist Jessie Juice Burton was the Sports Networks third best kick returner. Burton was invited to the Canadian Football Leagues Calgary Stampeders training camp. In 2006, Simpsons first year, the Skyhawks posted a 9-3 overall record and a 6-1 mark in the OVC standings. The overall worksheet was the best for the Skyhawks since 1988 when they advance to postseason play as a Division II team. The six OVC victories were the most for the 52 Before accepting his first head coaching job at UT Martin, Simpson was the offensive coordinator at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He was instrumental in the resurgence of the UTC football program. In 2005, Chattanooga posted a 6-5 campaign, the schools first winning season since 1997. At Chattanooga, Simpson coached quarterback Cedric Stevens who threw for more than 3,100 yards with a 66 percent completion percentage. With 20 touchdown passes, Stevens was named national Division I-AA Player of the Week. Stevens turned in a stellar effort with 540 yards of passing and five touchdowns as he helped Chattanooga pile up 697 yards of total offense in a 59-56 win over Appalachian State. In 2004, Simpsons offense finished 14th in Division I-AA for passing and 32nd in scoring with 29.2 points per game. Simpson also coached Alonzo Nix at Chattanooga. Nix broke the Southern Conference record for receptions in a season with 90 catches. He earned all-conference honors in 2003 and 2004. In 2003 he was an All-American and in 2004 he was a preseason Walter Payton Award finalist. Before Chattanooga, Simpson coached at Texas State University, a member of the

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Southland Football League. He coached quarterbacks, receivers and served as the teams recruiting coordinator. At Texas State, Simpson coached Tyson Ollvo who is the schools third all-time receptions leader. In 2000, Texas State posted a 7-4 record, the schools first winning season in 10 years. Simpson served as an assistant coach from 1997-1999 at Jacksonville State University. He coached quarterbacks and was the teams passing game coordinator. He also coached receivers and served as an assistant special teams coordinator. He was a member of the Jacksonville State staff responsible for the third best turnaround in Division I football for the 1997 and 1998 seasons. At Jacksonville State, Simpson coached Reggie Stancil, the Southland Football Conference Freshman of the Year; two-time All-Southland wide receiver Joey Hamilton who signed with the NFLs Oakland Raiders. Hamilton is Jacksonville States alltime leading receiver with more than 2,903 yards and he holds five career records. Simpson also coached all-conference wide receiver Ronald Bonner who signed with the Canadian Football Leagues Hamilton Tiger Cats and Montressa Kirby, the 1998 Southland Offensive Player of the Year. Kirby is Jacksonville States all-time offensive leader with more than 7,688 yards. Simpson is a native of Ellisville, Miss. He signed as a quarterback with Mississippi State and played for two seasons for the Bulldogs. He also played baseball for Ron Polk at State before transferring to Southern Miss in 1992. At Southern Miss, Simpson was a two-time all-conference selection in baseball and was team captain his senior season. After earning a bachelors degree in 1994 from Southern Miss, he spent the next year as a graduate assistant football coach at Delta State, where he coached defensive backs. In the spring of 1995, Simpson served as an assistant football and head baseball coach at Collins High School in Mississippi. Simpson and his wife, the former Julie Wilkerson, have two sons and a daughter: Ty, Graham and Emma. The family lives in Martin and attends First Baptist Church.

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Mac Bryan
Co-Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line Coach

Bryans Corner

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Mac Bryan begins his third season as the offensive line coach and his second season as the Skyhawks co-offensive coordinator. He comes to UT Martin from Enka High School in North Carolina where he served as head coach for the past season. He led the Jets to their best season since 2002. Bryan brings 19 years of collegiate coaching experience to UT Martin with him. His last college coaching job was as the head football coach at Pikeville (Kentucky) College. He spent three seasons as the head coach. He spent one year as assistant head coach and offensive line coach at Newberry College. Before that, Bryan was at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga from 20012003 where he first served as the offensive line coach and then as the defensive line coach. Amonghis players at Chattanooga was former UT Martin offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Geep Wade. Bryan also spent three seasons as the offensive line coach at Southern Miss and seven years at Lees McRae College. UTMartin head coach Jason Simpson was a player at Southern Miss while Bryan was

the offensive line coach. While at Lees McRae as the head coach, Bryan guided the team to the four East Bowls and the Mid American Bowl. He was named the NJCAA Region 10 Coach of the Year three times and the Coastal Conference Coach of the Year twice. His team won Coastal Conference titles in 1986, 1987 and 1988. Lees McRae was ranked No. 1 in the NJCAA final regular season poll in 1987. Bryan worked as a graduate assistant coach at Appalachian State from 1981-83 while working on his graduate degree. He earned his masters in Physical Education in 1983 and his bachelors degree in PE in 1982 from ASU. He was a member of the Mountaineers football team from 1978-80, playing offensive tackle for head coaches Jim Brakefield and Mike Working. Bryan is married to the former Vickie Smith. The couple has two daughters, Victoria and Carolyn.

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Carmen Felus
Co-Offensive Corordinator, Wide Receivers Coach

Felus Corner

Carmen Felus begins his second season as co-offensive coordinator and wide receiver coach. He comes to UT Martin with 16 years of coaching experience and his most recent stint with Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pa where he served as head coach from 2009-10. Before Juniata, Felus came from the UT Chattanooga, where he was the assistant head coach, offensive coordinator, and quarterbacks coach from 200608. Previously, Felus was offensive coordinator at Division II Indiana University of Pennsylvania from 2000 to 2005, where he helped lead the Crimson Hawks to a share of five PSAC West championships and three trips to the NCAA Division II playoffs. The Crimson Hawks posted a combined mark of 49-16 during Felus six years on staff at IUP and were ranked among the AFCA Division II top 20 for 52 consecutive weeks. Some of the prominent players Felus coached include Eldra Buckley (Chattanooga), a running back with Philadelphia Eagles; Jason Capizzi (IUP), an offensive lineman for the Steelers and Rams; LeRon McCoy (IUP), a wide receiver for 49ers and Texans; Mike Jemison (IUP), a running back for the

Giants and Steelers; Chris Morgan (IUP), a running back for the Indianapolis Colts.

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A native of Lilly, Pa., Felus graduated from Penn Cambrian High School and was a two-year letterwinner as a quarterback and wide receiver at Lock Haven University between 1990-92. He transferred to Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College), where he completed his eligibility in 1994 as the Green Terrors sixth leading receiver in school history with 89 receptions for 755 yards. He graduated from Western Maryland in 1995 with a bachelor of arts degree in English literature. Felus and his wife Jennifer (Podlucky) have one daughter, Marissa Carmella.

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Bernard Riley
Defensive Line Coach

Rileys Corner

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Birthdate: 1/12/81 Birthplace: Los Alamitos, CA Family: wife- Jennifer; sons- Skyler, Canon, Maddux

Education

High School: Los Alamitos High School College: University of Southern California (1999-2003)

Bernard Riley, a former Southern Cal defensive lineman, joined the Skyhawk football program in 2011 as the defensive line coach. He spent the past five years at Lakewood High School in Long Beach, Calif., where he coached the defensive line. He coached 10 players who went on to play Division I football. Lakewood High School compiled a 4015 record while he was an assistant. Before joining Lakewood High School as an assistant coach, Riley played professionally in the NFL and Arena League. He played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL and the Los Angeles Avengers and Columbus Destroyers in the Arena League. In 2007 Riley was the starting nose tackle and tight end for the Columbus Destroyers who advanced to Arena Bowl XXI.

Before playing professional football Riley played for the University of Southern California Trojans from 19992003. He was a teammate of former UT Martin defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen at USC. He signed with the Trojans after being selected as a USA Today, Parade, and Super Prep AllAmerican. Nielsen coached at UT Martin this past season and accepted a similar coaching position at the University of Northern Illinois. Riley was one of four USC Trojan football players who received national attention for going to the aid of a USC student who fell out of her apartment on Sept 1, 2000 and became impaled on the spikes of a security fence. Riley, a native of Los Alamitos, Calif., and his wife Jennifer have three sons, Skyler, Canon and Maddux.

Playing Experience

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Los Angeles Avengers (AFL) Columbus Destroyers (AFL)

Coaching Experience

Defensive Line Coach- UT Martin (-present) Defensive Line Coach- Lakewood High School, Long Beach CA (2007-2011)

Additional Accolades

Named USA Today, Parade and Super Prep All- American Invited to play in the 2003 Hula Bowl

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Jordon Hankins
Associate Head Coach, Running Backs Coach, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Hankins Corner
Birthplace: Hohenwald, TN Family: wife- Christa Hankins; sons- Colt (3), Case (6 months)

Jordon Hankins begins his second season as the Skyhawks associate head coach and his third season as the running backs and strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater. Hankins had a stable of running backs in 2010 which included Jason McNair, Tevin Barksdale, DJ NcNeil, and AJ Williams. McNair led the group with 125 carries for 547 yards, while Barksdale made the best of his 82 attempts for 479 yards. The Skyhawks finished second in the OVC and 24th in the nation in total offense. Before UT Martin, Hankins served as an assistant coach and the head strength and conditioning coach at Riverdale High School for four years under Coach Roy Aydelott. Hankins, who played linebacker from 2001-03 for head coaches Sam McCorkle and Matt Griffin, graduated from UT Martin in 2005. He has a bachelors of science degree in education with an emphasis in history. He also has a physical education endorsement.

Education

High School: Lewis County High School College: UT Martin (2001-03) graduated (2005); Masters Degree- Interdisciplinary Education: Exercise Science (2012)

Playing Experience

Hankins finished his career with 31 solo tackles and 51 total tackles. Hankins prepped at Lewis County High School in Hohenwald where he helped lead the team to three regional football championships. He rushed for more than 1,000 yards his senior year and was named a 1998 Mr. Football Finalist. He earned all-state honors in both football and baseball.a

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Linebacker- UT Martin (2001-03)

Coaching Experience

Runningbacks and Strength & Conditioning Coach- UT Martin ( -present) Assistant Coach and Strength & Conditioning Coach- Riverdale High School (2006-09)

Additional Accolades

Three regional final championships Was named a 1998 Mr. Football Finalist Earned all-state honors in football and baseball

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Nick Glenn
Recruiting Coordinator, Defensive Assistant

Glens Corner

Nick Glenn begins his second season as the Skyhawks recruiting coordinator and defensive assistant. He will continue to serve as the student-athlete development officer, where his responsibilities include game-day devotions, weekly life skills training sessions, community outreach projects and mentoring players. Glenn has worked specifically with the Skyhawk football team the past two years. He is also the collegiate pastor of Oak Grove Church in Martin. Glenn is a former City of Martin police officer, a DARE officer and a School Resource Officer (SRO). He is married to former UT Martin track standout Tymikia Gunn (2001) and the couple has three sons, Terrick, Nate and Jonathan.

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Birthplace: Memphis, TN Family: wife- Tymikia; sons- Terrick, Nate, & Jonathan

Education

High School: Overton High School, Memphis College: UT Martin

Coaching Experience

Defensive Assistant and Recruiting Coordinator- UT Martin

Additional Accolades

Collegiate Pastor of Oak Grove Church Former City of Martin Police Officer Member of SWAT TEAM, DARE Officer Named 2012 St. Louis Area FCA Camp Chaplain Wife, Tymikia, was a UTM track standout holding eight school records.

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Eric Stuedemann
Quarterback Coach

Stuedemanns Corner
Education
North Central College (2003-06)

Playing Experience

College- North Central College: Ranks in top five in receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, and pass receptions

Coaching Experience

Quarterback Coach- UT Martin Graduate Assistant for Offensive quality control- Mississippi State (2011)

Former All-American wide receiver Eric Stuedemann will coach the Skyhawk quarterbacks. He comes to UT Martin from Mississippi State where he served as an offensive graduate assistant from January 2009 to February 2012. While at Mississippi State, the Bulldogs posted a cumulative record of 21-15, won three Egg Bowls (vs. Ole Miss) and claimed the 2010 Gator Bowl and the 2011 Music City Bowl. Before Mississippi State, Stuedemann coached defensive backs for a year at his alma mater, North Central College. He coordinated the secondary for a team which went 11-1 and was ranked in the top 20 in five defensive categories. As a player at North Central, Stuedemann was a two-time offensive MVP, two-time team

all-conference selection, a twotime All-North Region selection and a Don Hansen Football Gazette All-American. He graduated from North Central as the all-time record holder in career receptions, the all-time record holder for receiving touchdowns in a game, second in school history in receiving yards and third in school history in touchdowns. Stuedemann, from Napierville, Ill., majored in finance and economics at North Central. He also has an MBA. He earned his masters in teaching from Mississippi State.

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MVP, a team captain, a two-time

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Jeff Byrd
Defensive Coordinator

Byrds Corner

Former Arkansas Tech coach Jeff Byrd will serve as the third UT Martin defensive coordinator in three years. Byrd coached linebackers and served as the defensive coordinator since spring practice of 2009 at Arkansas Tech. In his two seasons at Tech, Byrds defenses have been ranked in the Top 25 nationally against the run each year as the 2010 team finished ninth in D-II against the run. They allowed just 86.4 yards per game and in 2009, Tech finished 21st nationally in rushing defense as they allowed 102.8 yards rushing per contest. In addition, Byrd has coached seven all-conference, one allregional performer and one NFL free agent signee. Byrd went to Tech after spending four seasons (200508) at Southern Arkansas, as its defensive coordinator. While at SAU, Byrd coached 13 All-Gulf South Conference performers and helped the Muleriders defense finished the 2008 season ranked 18th nationally in rushing defense (96.8 yards/game). Before his tenure at SAU, Byrd spent two seasons (2003-04) as the defensive coordinator at Northwest Mississippi Community College in Senatobia, Miss. In 2004, Byrds defense at NW Mississippi allowed only 212 yards of offense per game and allowed 15.1 points per contest, while his 2003 defense ranked

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Birthdate: 8/29/67 Birthplace: Batesville, MS Family: son- Scott (22); daughters- Kris (20) & Mary Katelyn (12)

fourth nationally in NJCAA in rushing defense (71.6 yards/ game), 14th in total defense (237.2 yards/game) and 27th in passing defense (165.6 yards/ game). In addition to his coaching stints at SAU and NW Mississippi, Byrd also spent three seasons (200002) as an offensive line coach at Mars Hill College in North Carolina, including serving as the schools co-offensive coordinator in 2002. He began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at Delta State in 2000 and before that served as the head coach, principal and athletic director at Bayou Academy in Cleveland, Miss., in 1999 and spent four seasons (1994-98) as a varsity football assistant coach at Washington High School in Greenville, Miss. As a high school student-athlete at Southaven (Miss.) High School, Byrd was a three-year letterwinner in both baseball and football. After high school, Byrd lettered for three seasons as a center at Southern Miss and was a member of the Golden Eagles 1988 Independence Bowl championship team. He earned his bachelors degree from Southern Miss in 1989 and earned his masters degree in education from Delta State University in 2005.

Education

High School: Southaven College: Southern Miss

Playing Experience

Three year letter winner in baseball and football at Southaven High School Member of Golden Eagle football team at Southern Miss for 3 years Member of the 1988 Indepencence Bowl Championship

Coaching Experience

Defensive Coordinator- UT Martin (present) Defensive Coordinator- Arkansas Tech (2009-2011) Defensive Coordinator- Southern Arkansas (2005-08) Defensive Coordinator- Northwest Mississippi Community College (2003-04) Offensive Coordinator & Line Coach- Mars Hill College (2000-02) Graduate Assistant- Delta State (2000) Head Coach- Bayou Academy (1999) Assistant Coach- Washington High School (1994-98)

Prominent Players

Seven all- conference, one all- region performer, and one NFL free agent signee

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David Reeves
Secondary Coach

David Reeves of Southern Arkansas University will coach the Skyhawk secondary.

Reeves Corner
Birthdate: 10/08/67 Birthplace: Huntsville, AL Family: sons- Rhett (16), Major (12)

Reeves is the second assistant coach from Southern Arkansas to join the UT Martin staff. The other former SAU coach is current UT Martin defensive coordinator Jeff Byrd. Reeves was at Southern Arkansas for five years and served as the defensive coordinator for the past three years. Before SAU, Reeves served for two years 2005-06 as a graduate assistant at Alabama. Before going to Alabama, Reeves was at Athens (Ala.) High School where he served for five years (2000-05) as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator for the football team. Reeves received his bachelors degree in mathematics from Athens State (Ala.) College in 1991 and his masters in sport management from Alabama in 2006. He has two sons, Rhett and Major.

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Education

High School: Bob Jones High School College: Athens St. University University of Alabama

Playing Experience

Baseball- Wallace St. Jr. College

Prominent Players

Cedric Thorton (Philadelphia Eagles)

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Randy Barnes
Director of Football Operations

Barnes Corner

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Birthdate: 4/19/51 Birthplace: Ripley, TN Family: Sharon, David, Anna Laura

Former UT Martin football player and Hall of Fame member Randy Barnes begins hiseighth year as the director of football operations. He worked in private business before joining UT Martin in 2005. Barnes retired from coaching in 2002 after a 30-year high school career. He was the head football coach at Union City High School for the past 21 years, and he also served as the schools athletic director and assistant principal. He is the winningest coach in Union City history and was inducted into the Union City Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. As head football coach at Union City, he had a .767 winning percentage (191-58). He was ranked in the top 10 in Tennessee for winning percentage when he retired. Barnes coached 12 playoff teams, six bowl teams, and won eight regional championships. His teams were Class AA Runners-up in 1997 and 2000, and he was named coach of the year 12 times. At Union City High School, Barnes coached Jonathan Robinson, who is the current director of college scouting for the New England Patriots, as well as Donnie Ethridge, who serves as a regional scout for the New York Giants. In 1994, Barnes served as the president of the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association and also received the TSSAA Distinguished Service Award. He served two times as a coach in the TennesseeKentucky All-Star Game. In 1998, he received the prestigious TSSAA A.F. Bridges Male Coach of the Year Award. In 2008, he was inducted into the TSSAA Hall of Fame. Barnes, from Ripley, played football at UT Martin for head coach Bob Carroll from 1969-72. Barnes was inducted into UT Martins Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. During his career, he earned All-Mid South Conference and All-Gulf South Conference honors. He set a school record for the longest field goal with a 53-yarder against Nicholls State in 1972.

Education

High School: Ripley High School College: UT Martin (1969-72)

Playing Experience
UT Martin (1969-72)

Coaching Experience

All- Time Record: 191-152 Assistant Football Coach- Houston County High School (1973-75) Assistant Football Coach- Union City (1975-81) Union City Head Coach (1981-2002) UT Martin Director of Football Operations (2005- present)

Additional Accolades

UTM Hall of Fame (2004) All Mid-South Conference TSSAA F. Bridges Male Coach of the Year (1998) TSSAA Hall of Fame (2008) TACA President (1994) TSSAA Distinguished Service Award TSSAA Regional Class AA Coach of the Year (12 times)

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Opponents Information

2012 Skyhawk Football

Saturday, Sept. 1 Memphis, Tenn. 6 p.m.


Full Name...................... The University of Memphis Nickname..................... Tigers Location........................ Memphis, TN Enrollment................... 22,725 Colors............................. Blue & Grey Stadium......................... Liberty Bowl Memorial Capacity........................ 61,000 Conference...................C-USA 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 1-6 Athletic Director......................... Tom Bowen Head Coach..................Justin Fuente Career Record/ Uof M Record.............. First Year Last Meeting............... Sept. 14, 2009; 41-14 (L) at Memphis Series.............................. Memphis leads 5-2

Saturday, Sept. 8 DeKalb, Ill. 6 p.m.


Full Name...................... Northern Illinois University Nickname..................... Huskies Location........................ DeKalb, Ill Enrollment................... 22,990 Colors............................. Black & Cardinal Stadium......................... Huskie Stadium Capacity........................ 30,076 Conference...................MAC 2011 Conference Record/(finish)...........7-1/(1st West) Athletic Director......................... Jeff Compher Head Coach..................Dave Doren Career Record/ NIU Record................... First Year Last Meeting............... FIRST MEETING Series.............................. ---

Thursday, Sept. 13 Martin, Tenn. 6 p.m.


Full Name...................... Southeast Lousiana University Nickname..................... Lions Location........................ Hammond, LA Enrollment................... 15,414 Colors............................. Gold & Green Stadium.........................Strawberry Stadium Capacity........................ 7,408 Conference...................Southland 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 1-6/ (7th) Athletic Director......................... Bart Bellairs Head Coach..................Ron Roberts Career Record/ SELU Record............. 47-16/1st Season Last Meeting............... 2010 at Hammond, La; 24-10 (L) Series..............................4-1

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Sports Information
Donna Turner Office: 815-753-9513 Cell: 815-793-5474 Fax: 815-753-7700 Email: donnaturner@niu.edu

Sports Information
Matt Sullivan Office: 985-549-2142 Cell: 985-981-0009 Fax: 985-549-3773 Email: rsullivan@selu.com

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Ron Mears Office: 901-678-2337 Fax: 901-678-4134 Email: rmears@memphis.edu

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Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept 15 Sept 22 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

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vs. UT Martin at Arkansas State vs. Middle Tenn. at Duke vs. Rice at East Carolina vs. UCF at SMU at Marshall vs. Tulane at UAB vs. Southern Miss

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 14 Nov. 23

2012 Schedule

vs. Iowa (Soldier Field) vs. UT Martin at Army vs. Kansas vs. Central Michigan at Ball State vs. Buffalo at Akron at Western Michigan vs. Massachusetts vs. Toledo at Eastern Michigan

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 15

2012 Schedule

at Missouri vs. South Dakota State at UT Martin vs. McNeese State at Lamar at UAB vs. Northwestern State OPEN vs Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State vs. Stephen F. Austin at Nicholls State

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Northern Illinois

Southeast Louisiana
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Saturday, Sept. 22 Clarksville, Tenn. 6 p.m.


Full Name...................... Austin Peay State University Nickname..................... Governors Location........................ Clarksville, TN Enrollment................... 10,723 Colors............................. Red & White Stadium.........................Governors Stadium Capacity........................ 10,000 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 2-6 / (T-7th) Athletic Director......................... Dave Loos Head Coach..................Rick Christophel Career Record/ APSU Record...............18-37/18-37 Last Meeting............... 2011 at Martin, TN; 61-23 (W) Series..............................33-25-2

Saturday, Sept. 29 Martin, Tenn. 11 a.m.


Full Name...................... Eastern Kentucky University Nickname..................... Coloniels Location........................ Richmond, KY Enrollment................... 16,515 Colors............................. Maroon & White Stadium.........................Roy Kidd Stadium Capacity........................ 20,000 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 6-2/ (T- 1st) Athletic Director......................... Mark Sandy Head Coach..................Dean Hood Career Record/ EKU Record..................19-15/19-15 Last Meeting...............2011 at Richmond, KY; 23-16 (L) Series..............................1-21

Saturday, Oct. 6 Martin, Tenn 2 p.m.


Full Name......................Eastern Illinois University Nickname..................... Panthers Location........................ Charleston, IL Enrollment................... 11,178 Colors............................. Blue, Grey & White Stadium.........................O Brien Field Capacity........................ 10,000 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 1-7/ (8th) Athletic Director......................... Barbara Burke Head Coach..................Dino Babers Career Record/ EIU Record.................... First Year Last Meeting............... Oct. 22, 2011; 24-23 (W) Series.............................. 5-12

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Brad Kirtley Office: 931-221-7561 Fax: 931-221-7562 Email: kirtleyb@apsu.edu

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Michael Clark Office: 859-622-6170 Cell: 859-358-8360 Fax: 859-622-5108 Email: michael.clark@eku.edu

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Rich Moser Office: 217-581-7480 Cell: 217-508-8317 Fax: 217-581-6434 Email: rlmoser@eiu.edu

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Sept. 1 Sept 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Schedule

at Western Kentucky at Virginia Tech at Tennessee State vs. UT Martin at Eastern Illinois vs. Murray State at Eastern Kentucky OPEN vs. Southeast Missouri vs. Culver-Stockton at Jacksonville State vs. Tennessee Tech

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct.27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Schedule

at Purdue vs. Morehead State at Coastal Carolina vs. Jacksonville State at UT Martin at Tennessee State vs. Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech vs. Eastern Illinois at Southeast Missouri vs. Murray State OPEN WEEK

Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 9 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Schedule

vs. Southern Illinois at Western Michigan at Illinois State vs. Murray State vs. Austin Peay at UT Martin vs. Jacksonville State at Easten Kentucky at Tennessee Tech vs. Southeast Missouri at Central Arkansas

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Saturday, Oct 13 Murray, Ky. 3 p.m.


Full Name......................Murray State Universiy Nickname..................... Racers Location........................ Murray KY Enrollment................... 10,623 Colors............................. Navy Blue & Gold Stadium.........................Roy Stewart Stadium Capacity........................ 16,800 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 5-3/ (4th) Athletic Director......................... Allen Ward Head Coach..................Chris Hatcher MSU Record.................6-5 Last Meeting............... Sept. 22, 2011; 48-26 (W) Series..............................MSU leads 35-15-1

Saturday, Oct. 20 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 1p.m.


Full Name...................... Southeast Missouri State University Nickname..................... Redhawks Location........................ Cape Girardeau, MO Enrollment................... 11,510 Colors............................. Red & Black Stadium.........................Houck Stadium Capacity........................ 10,000 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 2-6/ (T- 7th) Athletic Director......................... Mark Alnutt Head Coach..................Tony Samuel Career Record/ SEMO Record..............59-100/25-43 Last Meeting...............Nov. 29, 2011 at Martin, TN; 38-30 (W) Series..............................14-12 (SEMO)

Saturday, Nov. 3 Martin, Tenn. 12 p.m.


Full Name......................Jacksonville State University Nickname..................... Gamecocks Location........................ Jacksonville, AL Enrollment................... 9,504 Colors............................. Red & White Stadium.........................JSU Stadium Capacity........................ 24,000 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 6-2/(T- 1st) Athletic Director......................... Warren Kogel Head Coach..................Jack Crowe Career Record/ JSU Record................... 95-82/81-52 Last Meeting............... Sept. 1, 2011 at Jacksonville, AL; 24-23 (L) Series..............................JSU leads 27-6

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John Brush Office: 270-809-7044 Cell: 270-293-0590 Fax: 270-809-6814 Email: john.brush@murraystate.edu

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Jeff Honza Office: 573-651-2933 Cell: 618-528-1145 Fax: 573-651-2810 Email: jhonza@semo.edu

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Greg Seitz Office: 256-782-5279 Cell: 256-453-3377 Fax: 256-782-5958 Email: gseitz@jsu.edu

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Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

2012 Schedule

at Florida State vs. Central Arkansas at Missouri State at Eastern Illinois vs. Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay vs. UT Martin at Jacksonville State vs. Tennessee State at Eastern Kentucky vs. Southeast Missouri Firstround FCS Playoffs

Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

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at Central Michigan vs. Mars Hill College at Southern Illinois vs. Tennessee Tech at Jacksonville State vs. Tennessee State vs. UT Martin at Austin Peay vs. Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Illinois at Murray state

2012 Schedule

at Arkansas vs. UT Chattanooga OPEN at Easten Kentucky vs. Southeast Missouri State at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Illinois vs. Tennessee State vs. Murray State at UT Martin vs Austin Peay State at Florida

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Travel Headquarters
Northern Illinois
Saturday, Nov. 10 Cookeville, Tenn. 1:30 p.m.
Full Name...................... Tennessee Technological University Nickname..................... Golden Eagles Location........................ Cookeville, TN Enrollment................... 11,385 Colors............................. Purple & Gold Stadium.........................Tucker Stadium Capacity........................ 16,500 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 6-2/ (T-1st) Athletic Director......................... Mark Wilson Head Coach..................Watson Brown Career Record/ TTU Record..................119-122/25-31 Last Meeting............... Oct. 1, 2011 at Martin, TN; 34-31 (L) Series..............................Tech leads 21-10-2

Saturday, Nov. 17 Martin, Tenn. 2 p.m.


Full Name...................... Tennessee State University Nickname..................... Tigers Location........................ Nashville, TN Enrollment................... 9,165 Colors............................. Royal (Reflex) Blue & White Stadiums.......................Hale Stadium/LP Stadium Capacity........................ 15,000/68,798 Conference...................Ohio Valley 2011 Conference Record/(finish).......... 4-4/ (T- 5th) Athletic Director......................... Teresa Phillips Head Coach..................Rod Reed Career Record/ TSU Record............. 8-14/8-14 Last Meeting............... Nov. 12, 2011 at Nashiville, TN; 35-30 (L) Series..............................TSU leads 14-7

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SEMO

Auburn Place Cape Girardeau, Mo. 573-651-4486

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Tennessee Tech

Shearton Music City Nashville, Tenn. 1-888-253-1628

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Rob Schabert Office: 931-372-3088 Fax: 931-372-3114 Email: RSchabert@tntech.edu

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Russell Luna Office: 615-963-5922 Cell: 615-308-6245 Fax: 615-963-7692 Email: rluna@tnstate.edu

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Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept.15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Schedule

vs. Hampton vs. North Greenville at Oregon at Southeast Missouri State at Murray State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee State vs. Eastern Illinois vs. UT Martin at Austin Peay

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2012 Schedule

vs. Florida A&M at Jackson State vs. Austin Peay at Bethune-Cookman vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Eastern Kentucky at Southeast Missouri at Jacksonville State vs. Tennessee Tech at Murray State at UT Martin

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Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012 Memphis leads the series 5-0
At Memphis:0-4 At Martin: 0-1 Biggest Win: None Biggest Loss: 60 points, 1928 Longest Win Streak: None Longest Losing Streak: 5 games (1928-Current) Current Streak: L5 (1928-Current) 1928 1929 1930 1932 2009 Memphis Martin Memphis Memphis Memphis L L L L L 60-0 13-2 14-13 6-0 41-14

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Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012 First Meeting

Northern Illinois

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012 SE Louisiana leads series 4-1


At Hammond: 0-4 At Martin: 1-0 Biggest Win: 16 points, 1975 Biggest Loss: 31 points, 1974 Longest Win Streak: 1 game (1975) Longest Losing Streak: 3 games (1976-Current) Current Streak: L3 (1976-current) 1974 1975 1976 1981 2010 Hammond Martin Hammond Hammond Hammond L W L L L 44-13 23-7 28-12 13-10 24-10

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20-0 13-0 33-0 14-6 20-7 39-0 21-10 13-7 14-7 16-0 20-6 35-0 49-0 17-13 47-6 9-7 7-6 22-21 17-3 18-6 26-0 31-26 24-15 24-0 23-10 21-14 34-7 24-20 28-14 17-14 45-6 13-10 13-7 36-0 30-10 21-0 24-10 34-28 32-18 39-33 27-21 31-28 55-24 36-26 21-20 31-14 20-10 17-14 31-17 48-38 28-12 61-23

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

Richmond Martin Richmond Martin Martin Richmond Richmond Martin Richmond Martin Martin Richmond Martin Richmond

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49-0 47-29 54-7 27-0 42-10 58-3 41-32 41-14 31-17 31-28 33-31 31-25 10-7 23-16

Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 EIU leads the series 12-5


At Charleston: 1-8 At Martin: 4-4 Biggest Win: 18 points, 2004 Biggest Loss: 40 points, 2001 Longest Win Streak: 2 game (2010-Current) Longest Losing Streak: 9 games (1995-2003) Current Streak: W2 (2010-current) 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Charleston Martin Charleston Martin Charleston Martin Martin Charleston Charleston Martin Charleston Martin Charleston Martin Charleston Martin Charleston L L L L L L L L L W L W L W L W W 30-22 38-0 42-6 56-35 42-21 42-7 56-16 55-43 29-12 32-14 26-7 15-9 29-23 29-26 49-13 20-10 24-23

Eastern Illinois Panthers

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012 UTM leads series 33-25-2


At Clarksville: 18-13-1 At Martin: 15-12-1 Biggest Win: 41 points, 1967 Biggest Loss: 49 points, 1965 Longest Win Streak: 5 games (1973-77) Longest Losing Streak: 8 games (1938-48) Current Streak: W4 (2008-current) 1930 1931 1932 1936 1936 1937 1938 1939 Clarksville Martin Clarksville Martin Clarksville Martin Clarksville Martin W T T W W W L L 32-0 0-0 6-6 19-0 33-0 20-12 14-13 7-0

Austin Peay Governors

Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012 EKU leads the series 21-1


At Richmond: 0-11 At Martin: 1-10 Biggest Win: 3 points, 2010 Biggest Loss: 55 points, 2002 Longest Win Streak: 1 game (2010-current) Longest Losing Streak: 20 games (1973-2009) Current Streak: L1 (2011-current) 1973 1974 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Richmond Martin Richmond Martin Richmond Martin Richmond Martin L L L L L L L L 16-14 24-9 56-21 35-9 30-0 34-14 38-15 45-7

Eastern Kentucky Colonels

Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 Murray State leads series 35-15-1


At Murray: 6-19-1 At Martin: 8-16 Biggest Win: 42 points, 2007 Biggest Loss: 48 points, 1999 Longest Win Streak: 5 games (2005-2009) Longest Losing Streak: 12 games (1993-2004) Current Streak: L1 (2010-current) 1924 Murray L 13-0 1925 Martin L 6-0 1926 Murray L 25-0 1927 Martin L 13-7 1928 Murray L 34-6 1929 Murray L 13-7 1930 Martin L 7-0 1961 Murray L 25-15 1962 Martin L 15-12 1963 Murray L 19-8 1964 Martin L 32-14 1965 Murray W 17-7 1966 Martin W 16-12

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1967 1968 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Murray Murray Martin Murray Martin Martin Murray Murray Martin Martin Murray Murray Martin Murray Martin Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin Murray Martin W T W L L L L W W L L L L W L W L L W L (OT) L L L L L L L L L L L W W W W W L W 16-9 7-7 41-0 14-7 21-10 14-6 17-10 24-0 31-20 21-7 24-0 20-6 10-6 10-7 34-6 32-24 24-3 40-34 13-7 28-21 28-24 33-9 28-14 45-7 47-35 62-14 48-3 35-17 42-3 41-26 38-0 49-20 42-14 76-34 63-38 38-24 52-16 48-26 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin W W W W L W 28-14 55-20 31-21 29-22 24-17 38-30 1931 1932 1970 1971 1972 1973 1980 1981 1982 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Cookeville Martin Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin Martin Cookeville Cookeville Martin Martin Cookeville Cookeville Martin Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin Cookeville Martin L T L L L L L W W W L L W W L (20T) L L (OT) L L L L W (OT) L W W L W L W L 26-7 0-0 17-6 10-7 13-10 16-9 30-28 24-21 35-21 24-16 17-13 20-3 20-10 36-31 21-14 33-2 31-24 45-9 46-6 41-7 68-7 30-23 49-20 46-16 35-16 13-10 35-7 35-28 27-24 34-31

Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012 JSU leads the series 27-6


At Jacksonville: 3-14 At Martin: 3-14 Biggest Win: 38 points, 1967 Biggest Loss: 63 points, 1989 Longest Win Streak: 2 games (1987-88) Longest Losing Streak: 11 games (1968-78) Current Streak: L3 (2009-current) 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville Martin Jacksonville W L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W W L L L L L W L W L L W 38-0 16-12 22-20 16-14 30-10 20-6 50-7 17-0 11-3 24-3 36-13 44-15 15-14 19-14 44-7 41-13 34-19 23-16 19-13 30-20 28-17 31-24 63-0 21-7 34-24 59-12 37-17 24-14 27-24 31-30 52-7 30-20 24-23

Jacksonville State Gamecocks

The University of Tennessee at Martin

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012 TSU leads the series 14-7


At Nashville: 1-10 At Martin: 6-4 Biggest Win: 37 points, 2010 Biggest Loss: 76 points, 1998 Longest Win Streak: 2 games (2 times; last time 2009-10) Longest Losing Streak: 9 games (1996-2004) Current Streak: L1 (2010-current) 1976 1977 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Martin Nashville Nashville Martin Nashville Martin Nashville Martin Nashville Martin Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville Martin Martin Martin Martin Nashville Martin Nashville W L L W L W L L L L L L L L L W W L (OT) W W L 26-21 55-7 23-15 24-14 20-3 28-7 37-14 27-20 76-0 43-7 33-6 55-7 26-8 41-10 27-13 42-20 43-38 30-27 28-7 37-0 35-30

Tennessee State Tigers

Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 SEMO leads the series 14-13


At Cape Girardeau: 6-8 At Martin: 7-6 Biggest Win: 39 points, 1967 Biggest Loss: 40 points, 1985 Longest Win Streak: 5 games (2005-2009) Longest Losing Streak: 8 games (1997-2004) Current Streak:w1 (2011-current) 1966 1967 1984 1985 1986 1987 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Cape Girardeau Martin Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Martin Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau Martin Martin Cape Girardeau Martin W W W L L W W L W L L W L L L L L L L L W 17-14 39-0 21-7 57-17 37-29 25-13 36-29 37-13 17-14 10-0 38-17 7-6 42-7 41-14 36-7 34-14 45-30 50-35 20-7 35-7 24-21

Southeast Missouri State Redhawks

Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012 Tech leads series 2110-2


At Cookeville: 4-12 At Martin: 6-9-2 Biggest Win: 30 points, 2005 Biggest Loss: 61 points, 2002 Longest Win Streak: 3 games (1981-1991) Longest Losing Streak: 7 games (1996-2002) Current Streak: L1 (2011-current) 1926 1927 1928 Cookeville Martin Cookeville L T L 12-0 0-0 14-13

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CAREER RUSHING YARDS
Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. Player Don Chapman Bobby Fowler John Burch Henry Williams Larry Shanks Nate Holmes Darrell Smith Scottie Mitchell Larry Washington Bobby Hayes Years CAR 2004-07 1,066 1956-59 703 1985-88 471 1975-78 445 1964-67 474 1969-72 481 1960-62 1988-91 484 1974-76 355 1964-67 374 YDS 5,017 4,033 2,454 2,185 2,005 2,004 1,813 1,813 1,724 1,611

Rushing Records
YPC 4.7 5.9 5.2 4.7 4.2 3.2 3.8 4.5 4.3 TD 49 51 13 18 18 15 10 10 12

MOST YARDS RUSHING PER GAME - TEAM


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Avg. 243.0 218.2 202.5 191.6 169.7 153.5 Year 2009 2006 2007 2011 2008 2010

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SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING YARDS


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. Yards 1,412 1,396 1,125 1,084 1,058 1,058 1,002 843 823 817

Player Year Don Chapman 2006 Don Chapman 2005 Don Chapman 2007 Don Chapman 2006 Larry Washington 1976 Bobby Fowler 1959 John Burch 1988 Miguel Barnes 2009 Larry Shanks 1967 Darriel Ruffin 1997

MOST YARDS RUSHING PER GAME - TEAM


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Avg. 243.0 218.2 202.5 191.6 169.7 153.5 Year 2009 2006 2007 2011 2008 2010

LONGEST RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE


Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. Yards 98 94 88 88 85 83 83 81 81 80

SEASON RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. +4. 6. 7. 10. TD 19 16 15 12 12 11 10 10 10 08

Player Year Bobby Fowler 1957 Don Chapman 2005 Don Chapman 2006 Miguel Barnes 2009 Brandyn Young 2008 Don Chapman 2007 Larry Shanks 1967 Marcus Dawson 2007 Tim Beattie 1998 Tevin Barksdale 2011

Player vs. Opponent John Burch vs. Austin Peay Brandyn Young vs. Eastern Illinois Josh Chapman vs. Tennessee Tech Adam Joyner vs. Murray State Roren Thomas vs. Jacksonville State Brandyn Young vs. Murray State Josh Chapman vs. Murray State Don Chapman vs. Southeast Missouri Jason Johnson vs. Morehead Don chapman vs Austin Peay

Year 1987 2008 2005 1998 2008 2007 2006 2006 1994 2004

MOST 100-YD RUSHING GAMES


Season: 7, Don Chapman, 2007 Career: 23, Don Chapman, 2004-07

CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. TD 51 49 20 18 18 16 15 13 12 12 Player Bobby Fowler Don Chapman Larry Shanks Brandyn Young Henry Williams Miguel Barnes Nate Holmes John Burch Bobby Hayes Tevin Barksdale

Years 1956-59 2004-07 1964-67 2008-09 1975-78 2008-09 1969-72 1985-88 1964-67 2009-Current

MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-YD RUSHING GAMES


5, Don Chapman, 2007

MOST 200-YD RUSHING GAMES


Season: 3, Don Chapman, 2006 Career: 7, Don Chapman, 2004-07

MOST INDIVIDUAL RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME


Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9. Att-Yds 47-229 41-272 36-225 36-221 35-103 35-107 32-99 32-104 31-171 31-108 Player vs. Opponent Don Chapman vs. Murray State Don Chapman vs. Southeast Missouri St. Don Chapman at Southeast Missouri St. Don Chapman vs. Tennessee State Don Chapman at Tennessee State Don Chapman vs. Southeast Missouri St. Andrew Staten vs. East Tennessee Darriel Ruffin vs. Tennessee State Don Chapman vs. Eastern Kentucky Don Chapman at Southern Illinois

BEST AVG RUSHING

Game: 26.2, Josh Chapman at Murray State (131 yds, 5 rushes), 2006 Season: 5.8, Larry Washington (184 rushes, 1058 yds), 1976 Career: 5.7, Bobby Fowler (703 rushes, 4033 yds), 1956-59

MOST RUSHING TDS

Game: 5, Bobby Fowler vs. West Georgia, 1957 Season: 19, Bobby Fowler, 1959 Career: 51, Bobby Fowler, 1956-59

Year 2005 2004 2006 2005 2007 2005 2003 1997 2006 2006

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Rushing Records
TOP 25 ALL-TIME RUSHING PERFORMANCES
Rank Yards Carries Player vs. Opponent 1. 272 41 Don Chapman at Southeast Missouri St. 2. 253 33 Bobby Fowler vs. West Georgia 3. 229 47 Don Chapman vs. Murray State 229 33 Bobby Fowler vs. Harding 5. 225 36 Don Chapman at Southeast Missouri St. 6. 222 26 Darriel Ruffin vs. Missouri St. 7. 221 36 Don Chapman vs. Tennessee State 8. 214 27 Don Chapman at Tennessee Tech 9. 216 28 Brandyn Young vs. Eastern Illinois 10. 206 30 Don Chapman at Murray State 11. 204 23 Don Chapman vs. Murray State 12. 197 22 John Burch vs. West Georgia 13. 183 31 Don Chapman at Austin Peay 14. 175 14 Jermi Hampton vs. Murray State 15. 173 15 John Burch vs. Austin Peay 16. 171 31 Don Chapman vs. Eastern Kentucky 17. 166 -- William Parson vs. Austin Peay 18. 164 24 Nate Moore vs. McNeese State 19. 162 -- Larry Washington vs. Delta State 20. 159 8 Brandyn Young vs. Murray State 21. 158 -- Nate Holmes vs. Austin Peay 22. 157 13 Trace McDermott vs. Murray State 23. 156 -- Jim Wiggins vs. North Alabama 24. 155 19 Don Chapman at Austin Peay 153 -- Bobby Hayes vs. Jacksonville State Year 2004 1958 2005 1959 2006 1997 2005 2006 2008 2006 2007 1987 2004 2000 1987 2006 1987 1969 1976 2007 1971 2007 1966 2006 1967

YEAR-BY-YEAR RUSHING LEADERS


Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 Player Jason McNair Jason McNair Miguel Barnes Brandyn Young Don Chapman Don Chapman Don Chapman Don Chapman Brady Wahlberg Damien Harris Damien Harris Roland Ogletree Adam Joyner Adam Joyner Daniel Ruffin Damon Atwater Nikki Jackson Jason Johnson William Parson William Parson Scottie Mitchell Darron Turner Scottie Mitchell John Burch John Burch John Burch Cedric Hosea Stanley Ladd Stanley Ladd Stanley Ladd Everett DeVeaux Bart Bilday Everett DeVeaux Sammy Bryant Henry Williams Larry Washington Henry Williams Larry Washington Randy Cousar Nate Holmes Nate Holmes Nate Holmes Nate Moore Duff Maki Larry Shanks Larry Shanks Bobby Hayes Chuck Lewis Gene Brodie Darrell Smith Darrell Smith Darrell Smith Bobby Fowler Att. 166 125 150 143 225 289 302 246 128 45 141 153 137 88 190 92 79 74 124 132 156 115 143 195 150 101 103 80 118 100 101 107 183 134 126 184 124 99 168 169 185 144 126 84 164 138 121 96 79 144 160 -- 255

Yards 848 547 843 702 1,125 1,412 1,396 1,084 482 322 571 647 527 396 817 355 466 431 510 539 592 467 495 1,002 796 530 388 303 371 439 296 411 703 690 683 1,058 575 379 633 767 707 626 654 375 823 638 388 484 399 523 708 582 1,058

TD 5 2 12 12 11 15 16 7 3 1 7 1 1 2 4 0 5 4 4 4 2 3 1 6 1 5 2 0 2 1 4 1 3 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 5 7 4 1 10 5 4 0 3 4 7 ---

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CAREER PASSING YARDS Rank Player Years
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Cade Thompson 2007-09 6,260 Brady Wahlberg 2002-05 6,247 Derek Carr 2008-Active 5,152 Leon Reed 1987-88 4,842 Leonard Williams 1990-91 4,518 Trey Sikes 1984-87 4,258 Jeff McCrone 1995-96 3,195 Allan Cox 1965-68 2,934 Alvin Smalls 1975-77 2,886 Vernon Prather 1960-62 2,323

Passing Records
Avg.
279 269.1 259.6 258.7 243 235.9 235.5 228.1 223.8 221

MOST YARDS PASSING PER GAME TEAM

Yards

Rank
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year

1995 1991 1986 1988 2009 2008 2011 2007 1996 1987
Year
2010 2008 2003 1987 2005 1990

SINGLE GAME PASS ATTEMPTS


# Att Player vs. Opponent
1. 65 2. 61 3. 60 4. 58 5. 54 6. 52 52 8. 50 50 10. 48

Rank No Year

Brady Wahlberg vs. Jacksonville State 2003 Cade Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky 2008 Rick Wilson at Austin Peay 1996 Jeff McCrone vs. Eastern Kentucky 1995 Trey Sikes vs. Troy State 1986 Brock Bailey at Samford 1998 Jeff McCrone vs. Southeast Missouri St. 1995 Derek Carr at Jacksonville State 2010 Rick Wilson at Samford 1996 Jeff McCrone vs. Southern Illinois 1996

191 190 189 174 168 137

Player

Derek Carr Cade Thompson Brady Wahlberg Leon Reed Brady Wahlberg Leonard Williams

CAREER TD PASSES Rank TD Player


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 48 40 38 35 30 24 21 21 17 15

MOST YARDS PASSING PER GAME TEAM


Rank Avg.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 279 269.1 259.6 258.7 243 235.9 235.5 228.1 223.8 221 1995 1991 1986 1988 2009 2008 2011 2007 1996 1987

Year

Cade Thompson Leonard Williams Derek Carr Brady Wahlberg Leon Reed Trey Sikes Jeff McCrone Allan Cox Alvin Smith Vernon Prather

2007-09 1990-91 2008-Current 2002-05 1987-88 1984-87 1995-96 1965-68 1975-77 1960-62

Year

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SINGLE-SEASON PASS ATTEMPTS


Rank
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Att

424 394 346 339 329 308 279 273 246 168

Player

Leon Reed Jeff McCrone Derek Carr Cade Thompson Cade Thompson Brady Wahlberg Rickey Armstrong Leon Reed Leonard Williams Leonard Williams

Year

1988 1995 2011 2009 2008 2003 1992 1987 1990 1991

CAREER PASS COMPLETIONS


Rank No
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 584 478 402 401 377 305 296 250 204 200 Brady Wahlberg Cade Thompson Leon Reed Derek Carr Trey Sikes Leonard Williams Jeff McCrone Allan Cox Tommy Overton Alvin Smalls

Player

CAREER PASS ATTEMPTS


Rank Att. Player
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 985 792 745 697 674 594 519 505 441 312

Brady Wahlberg 2002-05 Cade Thompson 2007-09 Trey Sikes 1984-87 Leon Reed 1987-88 Derek Carr 2008-Current Leonard Williams 1990-91 Jeff McCrone 1995-96 Allan Cox 1965-68 Alvin Smalls 1975-77 Charles Gamble 1993-94

Years

2002-05 2007-09 1987-88 2007-Current 1984-87 1990-91 1995-96 1965-68 1979-82 1975-77

Year

1. 6.

SEASON 300-YARD GAMES Rank Player Year


Derek Carr Derek Carr Jeff McCrone Leon Reed Trey Sikes Leon Reed Leonard Williams Leonard Williams Cade Thompson Cade Thompson Rick Wilson

2011 2010 1995 1988 1986 1987 1991 1990 2009 2008 1996

3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

No

CAREER 300-YARD GAMES Rank Player Year(s)


1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. Derek Carr Leon Reed Jeff McCrone Leonard Williams Cade Thompson Trey Sikes Rick Wilson Ricky Armstrong Tommy Overton Brady Wahlberg John Repella

SINGLE-SEASON PASSING YARDS


Rank Yards
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 3,051 2,680 2,554 2,546 2,543 2,519 2,482 1,964 1,873 1,791

Player

SINGLE GAME PASS COMPLETIONS


# Comp.Player vs. Opponent Year 1. 44 Brady Wahlberg vs. Jacksonville State 2003 2. 40 Jeff McCrone vs. Eastern Kentucky 1995 3. 37 Trey Sikes vs. Troy State 1986 4. 35 Cade Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky 2008 5. 34 Rick Wilson at Samford 1996 6. 32 Brady Wahlberg vs. Samford 2004 7. 30 Cade Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky 2009 8. 29 Brady Wahlberg vs. Indiana State 2004 29 Jeff McCrone vs. Southeast Missouri St 1995 10 28 Jeff McCrone vs. Samford 1995

Leon Reed Cade Thompson Leonard Williams Cade Thompson Derek Carr Jeff McCrone Derek Carr Leonard Williams Brady Wahlberg Leon Reed

Year

1988 2008 1991 2009 2010 1995 2011 1990 2003 1987

2008-Current 1987-88 1995-96 1990-91 2007-09 1984-87 1996 1990-92 1979-81 2002-05 1998

No.
6 5 4 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 1

TEAM RECORDS- PASSING


SINGLE-GAME
Most Passes Attempted: 65 at Jacksonville State, 2003 Most Passes Completed: 44 at Jacksonville State, 2003 Most Passing Yards: 438 vs. Tennessee State, 1985 Most TD Passes: 7 vs. Lane, 1990

SINGLE-SEASON TD PASSES
Rank TD
1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. 25 24 24 20 17 16 16 16 13 12

SINGLE SEASON PASS COMPLETIONS


Rank No
1. 2. 3. 4. 241 228 207 200

Player
Jeff McCrone Leon Reed Cade Thompson Derek Carr

Year

1995 1988 2009 2011

Derek Carr Cade Thompson Leonard Williams Leon Reed Jeff McCrone Cade Thompson Rickey Armstrong Leonard Williams Derek Carr Brady Wahlberg

Player

Year

2011 2008 1991 1988 1995 2009 1992 1990 2010 2003

SINGLE-SEASON

Most Pass Attempts: 478 in 13 games, 1988 Most Pass Completions: 287, 1995 Most Passing Yards: 3,368 in 13 games, 1988 Best Passing Percentage: 63.7%, 174-273 Leon Reed, 1987 (Individual) Best Average: 278.5, 1995

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ALL-TIME 300-YARD PASSING GAMES Rank Yds Cmp-Att-TD Player vs. Opponent
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 438 419 390 387 384 381 381 380 378 375 369 359 353 350 347 347 346 345 343 338 336 334 331 329 329 325 324 316 309 309 307 302 32-41-0 35-61-4 20-41-4 24-36-6 22-42-2 29-51-0 29-44-1 18-35-2 20-37-3 29-42-1 44-65-2 29-50-4 28-40-0 29-46-0 32-49-2 23-39-1 18-28-1 24-60-3 12-29-2 31-50-1 40-58-0 30-44-4 19-41-0 24-39-0 25-43-4 23-36-1 36-54-4 16-21-0 22-40-3 26-45-2 34-50-0 24-48-3 Year Jeff McCrone vs. Tennessee State 1995 Cade Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky 2008 Derek Carr at Southeastern La. 2010 Derek Carr vs. Austin Peay 2011 Leonard Williams vs. Murray State 1991 Leonard Williams vs. Jacksonville State 1990 Leonard Williams vs. Troy State 1990 Leonard Williams vs. Morehead State 1991 Cade Thompson at Austin Peay 2009 Jeff McCrone vs. Tennessee Tech 1995 Brady Wahlberg at Jacksonville State 2003 Leon Reed vs. Mississippi College 1987 Trey Sikes vs. Jacksonville State 1986 Trey Sikes vs. Livingston 1986 Trey Sikes vs. Livingston 1987 John Repella vs. Middle Tennessee 1998 Derek Carr at Austin Peay 2010 Rick Wilson vs. Austin Peay 1996 Leon Reed vs. Troy State 1988 Derek Carr vs. Jacksonville State 2010 Jeff McCrone vs. Jacksonville State 1995 Cade Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky 2009 Rickey Armstrong vs. Samford 1992 Leon Reed vs. Jacksonville State 1988 Derek Carr vs. Tennessee State 2011 Derek Carr vs. Jacksonville State 2011 Trey Sikes vs. Troy State 1986 Cade Thompson vs. Baker 2008 Tommy Overton vs. Livingston 1981 Leon Reed vs. Mississippi College 1988 Rick Wilson vs. Samford 1996 Jeff McCrone vs. Southern Illinois 1996

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The University of Tennessee at Martin

Derek Carr

TOP 10 PASS PLAYS


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Yds 98 92 89 86 85 83 82 80 80 80

Players vs. Opponent Year Leon Reed to William Mackall vs. Troy State 1988 Brady Wahlberg to Troy Phillips vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 2002 Leonard Williams to Robert Thomas vs. Jacksonville state 1990 Charles Gamble to Maurice Blakemore vs. Southern Illinois 1994 Dexter Anoka to Jessie Burton at Jacksonville State 2007 Jeff McCrone to Lenny Harris vs. Missouri St. 1996 Cade Thompson to Roren Thomas at Tennessee Tech 2008 Jeff McCrone to Lenny Harris vs. Tennessee Tech 1995 Charles Gamble to Ulysses Trammell at Southern Illinois 1994 Trey Sikes to Antonio Perry vs. Lane 1985

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CAREER RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS Rank Player Years Rec Yards
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. William Mackall Taurean Stephens Lenny Harris Charles Malone Stephen Shiver Dwayne McKinney Deumaine Reeder Tony Champion Ronald Green Roren Thomas 1985-88 2003-06 1993-96 1990-92 2008-11 1979-82 1993-96 1981-84 1974-77 2006-08 224 201 134 89 115 97 114 72 89 90 2,494 2,148 2,053 1,980 1,852 1,793 1,673 1,531 1,522 1,461

Receiving Records
Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.

CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS


Player Dwayne McKinney William Mackall Mike Hicks Lenny Harris Steven Shiver Tony Champion Taurean Stephens Steve Allison Roren Thomas Ronald George Charles Malone Quentin Sims Years 1979-82 1985-88 2008-09 1993-96 2008-11 1982-84 2003-06 1967-68 2006-08 1974-77 1990-92 2011-Current Rec 97 224 112 134 115 72 201 26 90 89 89 54 Yds Avg 1,793 18.1 2,494 9.7 1,493 26.5 2,053 16.0 1,852 16.1 1,531 25.8 2,148 11.1 504 19.4 1,461 16.2 1,522 16.5 1,980 12.1 712 13.2 TD 17 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 10 10 10 10

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SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Rank Player Year Rec Yards TD


1. 2. 3. 4. 7. Mike Hicks 2008 Quentin Sims 2011 Dwayne McKinney 1980 William Mackall 1988 Charles Malone 1993 Charles Malone 1991 Oscar Bunch 1991 Lenny Harris 1996 Stephen Shiver, 2011 Robert Thomas 1990 Tony Champion 1983 Taurean Stephens 2004 66 54 37 66 48 36 39 46 42 52 39 67 894 712 829 1,206 690 613 754 749 657 799 768 732 12 10 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

MOST RECEPTIONS

Game: 16, William Mackall vs. Delta State, 1987 Season: 90, William Mackall, 1987 Career: 225, William Mackall, 1985-88

MOST YARDS

Game: 283, William Mackall vs. Troy State, 1988 Season: 1,026, William Mackall, 1988 Career: 2,494, William Mackall, 1985-88

MOST TD RECEPTIONS

CAREER RECEPTIONS Rank Player Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 6. 8. 9. 10.

William Mackall 1985-88 Taurean Stephens 2003-06 Lenny Harris 1993-96 Stephen Shiver 2008-11 Deumaine Reeder 1993-96 Mike Hicks 2008-09 Joey Morris 1983-86 Dwayne McKinney 1979-82 Roren Thomas 2006-08 Charles Malone 1990-92 Ronald George 1974-77

Rec Yds
224 201 134 115 114 112 104 97 90 89 89

2,494 2,148 2,053 1,852 1,673 1,493 1,347 1,793 1,461 1,980 1,522

Avg

9.7 11.1 16.0 16.1 15.0 13.3 11.7 18.1 16.2 12.1 16.5

Game: 3, William Mackall vs. Troy State (1988) Robert Thomas vs. Lane (1990) Charles Malone vs. Austin Peay (1991) Scott Stidham vs. Samford (1992) Lenny Harris vs. Austin Peay (1996) Taurean Stephens vs. Indiana State (2004) Stephen Shiver vs. Lambuth (2010) Season: 12, Mike Hicks, 2008 Career: 16, William Mackall, 1985-88

HIGHEST AVG. PER RECEPTIONS

William Mackall

Game: 40.42, William Mackall vs. Troy State, 1988 Season: 26.9, Travis Parker, 2001 Career: 11.08, William Mackall, 1985-88

MOST 200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES


Season: 1, Bobby Fowler, 1959 1, William Mackall, 1988 Career: 1, Bobby Fowler, 1958-60 1, William Mackall, 1985-88

SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTIONS Rank Player Year


William Mackall Taurean Stephens Mike Hicks Taurean Stephens William Mackall Nikki Jackson William Mackall Taurean Stephens Quentin Sims Lenny Harris 1987 2004 2008 2003 1988 1995 1986 2005 2011 1995

Rec Yards
90 67 66 66 66 63 63 60 54 53 792 732 894 665 1,026 425 655 651 712 790

MOST 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES


Season: 5, Mike Hicks, 2008 Career: 7, Mike Hicks, 2008-09 7, Taurean Stephens, 2003-06

MOST YARDS BY TWO RECEIVERS


Game: 259, Lenny Harris (142), Deumaine Reeder (117) at Austin Peay, 1996

SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING YARDS Rank Player Year Rec


1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. William Mackal 1988 Mike Hicks 2008 Dwayne McKinney 1980 Robert Thomas 1990 William Mackall 1987 Roren Thomas 2008 Lenny Harris 1995 Tony Champion 1983 Oscar Bunch 1991 Lenny Harris 1996 66 66 37 52 90 42 53 39 39 46

Yards
1,026 894 829 799 792 790 790 768 754 749

Mike Hicks

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Rank No
1. 7 2. 4 3. 4. 4 5. 12 6. 15 7. 8 8. 7 9. 4 10. 12 12 12. 11 3 9 15. 6 7 17. 4 18. 12 19. 9 20. 7 21. 7 13 8 24. 5 25. 8

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Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 Player Rec Quentin Sims 54 Stephen Shiver 36 Mike Hicks 46 Mike Hicks 66 Roren Thomas 39 Jessie Burton 23 Taurean Stephens 60 Taurean Stephens 67 Taurean Stephens 66 Orentheus Taylor 24 Travis Parker 15 Travis Parker 13 Rory Redmond 36 Brian Webb 41 Brian Webb 41 Lenny Harris 46 Lenny Harris 53 Maurice Blakemore 27 Charles Malone 48 Charles Malone 49 Oscar Bunch 39 Robert Thomas 52 Todd Pope 30 William Mackall 66 William Mackall 90 William Mackall 63 James Lane 31 Joey Morris 27 Tony Champion 39 Tony Champion 17 Dwayne McKinney 33 Dwayne McKinney 37 Freddie Hudson 16 Ricky Murphy 12 Ronald George 33 Ronald George 22 Ronald George 17 Ronald George 19 Grady Maddox 35 Dana Witten 18 Dana Witten 33 Dana Witten 24 Barry Reeves 25 Steve Allison 26 Steve Allison 15 Mack Moody 20 Mack Moody 28 Scott Boehringer 15 Scott Boehringer 17 Wally Bielewicz 16 Jim Love 20 Yards 712 634 599 894 553 367 651 732 665 270 403 195 609 606 495 749 790 365 690 653 754 799 355 1,026 792 655 534 363 768 334 548 829 234 154 623 363 216 320 400 352 516 409 457 261 243 179 378 304 332 296 288 TDs Avg 10 13.2 5 17.6 4 13.0 12 13.5 6 14.2 2 16.0 5 10.9 6 10.9 3 10.1 1 11.2 2 26.9 1 15.0 4 16.9 3 14.8 3 12.1 7 16.3 5 14.9 1 13.5 7 14.4 3 13.3 3 14.0 6 15.4 2 11.8 7 15.5 5 8.8 4 10.4 1 17.2 1 13.4 6 19.7 4 19.6 5 14.8 12 22.4 1 14.6 -- 12.8 -- 20.1 -- 16.5 -- 12.7 -- 16.8 2 11.4 -- 19.6 -- 15.6 -- 17.0 6 18.3 4 10.0 6 16.2 -- 8.9 4 13.5 0 20.3 -- 19.5 1 18.5 0 14.4

Yds

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283 192 181 180 163 161 151 149 147 145 145 144 144 144 142 142 138 132 130 127 125 125 125 123 120

Player vs. Opponent

William Mackall vs. Troy State 1988 Jessie Burton vs. Jacksonville State 2007 Tony Champion vs. Troy State 1983 Roren Thomas vs. Concordia 2008 Taurean Stephens vs. Indiana State 2004 Orenthius Taylor vs. Jacksonville State 2003 EJ Daniel vs. Central Arkansas 2007 Lenny Harris vs. Tennessee Tech 1995 Stephen Shiver vs. Tennessee State 2010 Mike Hicks vs. Eastern Kentucky 2008 Lenny Harris vs. Eastern Kentucky 1995 Quentin Sims vs. Tennessee State 2011 Roren Thomas vs. Murray State 2007 Shane Cowen vs. Tennessee State 1996 Jamaal Akbar vs. Missouri State 2007 Lenny Harris vs. Austin Peay 1996 Lenny Harris vs. Tennessee State 1995 Mike Hicks vs. Auburn 2008 Brian Webb vs. Middle Tennessee State 1998 Kenny Jones vs. Austin Peay 2011 Taurean Stephens vs. Southeast Missouri St. 2003 Shane Cowen vs. Samford 1996 Charles Malone vs. Austin Peay 1993 Rory Redmond vs. Murray State 1999 Taurean Stephens vs. Eastern Kentucky 2003

Year

TOP 25 LONGEST RECEPTIONS


*NS-Nonscoring
Rank Yds 1. 98 2. 92 3. 89 4. 86 5. 85 6. 83 7. 82 8. 80 80 80 11. 79 79 79 79 15. 76 16. 74 17. 73 73 19. 72 72 21. 68 22. 66 66 66 25. 65 65 Players Year Leon Reed to William Mackall at Troy State *NS 1988 Brady Wahlberg to Troy Phillips vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 2002 Leonard Williams to Robert Thomas *NS 1990 Charles Gamble to Maurice Blakemore at Southern Illinois 1994 Dexter Anoka to Jessie Burton at Jacksonville State 2007 Jeff McCrone to Lenny Harris vs. Missouri St. 1996 Cade Thompson to Roren Thomas at Tennessee Tech 2008 Jeff McCrone to Lenny Harris vs. Tennessee Tech 1995 Charles Gamble to Ulysses Trammell at Southern Illinois 1994 Trey Sikes to Antonio Perry vs Lane 1985 Cade Thompson to Roren Thomas at Murray State 2007 Robert Hines to Travis Parker at Tusculum College *NS 2001 Leonard Williams to Robert Thomas at Lane College 1990 Kenny Golden to Tony Champion vs. Troy State 1983 Tom Ruban to Todd Pope at Austin Peay 1989 Rickey Armstrong to Scott Stidham*NS 1992 Cade Thompson to Jason McNair at Murray State 2009 Leon Reed to Andre Langley at Livingston University 1988 Edward Robertson to Rory Redmond at Murray State 1999 John Repella to Brian Webb *NS 1998 Charles Gamble to Deumaine Reeder at Morehead State 1993 Rickey Armstrong to Scott Stidham at Washburn University1991 Leonard Williams to Oscar Bunch 1991 Cade Thompson to Mike Hicks vs. Iowa Wesleyan 2009 Brock Bailey to Brian Webb vs. Tennessee State 1997

Robert Hines to William Stevenson vs. Eastern Kentucky *NS 2001

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100-YARD RECEIVERS
Yards 283 192 181 180 175 175 170 163 161 155 151 149 147 145 145 145 144 144 143 142 141 138 135 132 130 125 125 125 125 123 122 120 118 118 117 117 117 116 115 114 113 112 112 112 112 111 110 110 109 108 107 107 106 106 106 105 105 105 103 103 103 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 Player vs. Opponent William Mackall at Troy State Jessie Burton at Jacksonville State Tony Champion vs. Troy State Roren Thomas vs. Concordia Scott Stidham vs. Samford William Mackall vs. Livingston Dwayne McKinney vs. Morris Brown Taurean Stephens vs. Indiana State Orentheus Taylor at Jacksonville State Mike Hicks at Austin Peay EJ Daniel at Central Arkansa Lenny Harris vs. Tennessee Tech Stephen Shiver vs. Tennessee State Mike Hicks vs. Eastern Kentucky Lenny Harris at Eastern Kentucky William Mackall at Troy State Roren Thomas vs. Murray State Shane Cowan at Tennessee State Oscar Bunch vs. Morehead State Jamaal Akbar vs. Missouri State Robert Thomas vs. Lane College Lenny Harris vs. Tennessee State John Burch vs. West Georgia Mike Hicks at Auburn Brian Webb vs. Middle Tennessee Daniel Chamberlain at Austin Peay Taurean Stephens vs. Southeast Missouri St. Shane Cowan at Samford Charles Malone at Austin Peay Rory Redmond at Murray State Jarvis Perry vs. Jacksonville State Taurean Stephens at Eastern Kentucky Roren Thomas at Tennessee Tech Rory Redmond vs. Middle Tennessee Eunique Williams vs. Memphis Taurean Stephens at Austin Peay Deumaine Reeder at Austin Peay William Mackall vs. Troy State Ulysses Trammell at Southern Illinois Deumaine Reeder at Morehead State Dexter Anoka at Southeast Missouri St. Mike Hicks at Murray State Mike Hicks vs. Jacksonville State Roren Thomas vs. Eastern Kentucky Lenny Harris vs. Missouri State Roren Thomas at Southeast Missouri St. Mike Hicks at Austin Peay Jessie Burton at Southern Illinois Deumaine Reeder at Southern Illinois Mike Hicks at Iowa Wesleyan Brian Webb vs. Tennessee State Deumaine Reeder at Southeast Missouri St. Rory Redmond at Samford Henry Allen at Southeast Missouri St. William Mackall at Mississippi College Taurean Stephens at Gardner Webb Wesley Moore at Alabama-Birmingham Antonio Perry vs. Valdosta State Roren Thomas at Central Arkansas Taurean Stephens vs. Tennessee State Charles Malone vs. Murray State Stephen Shiver at Tennessee Tech Stephen Shiver at Austin Peay Tim Beattie at Samford Taurean Stephens at Eastern Kentucky Travis Parker at Southeast Missouri St. John Dillon vs. Austin Peay Todd Pope vs. Austin Peay Antonio Perry vs. Jacksonville State Year 1988 2007 1983 2008 1992 1987 1980 2004 2003 2008 2007 1995 2010 2008 1995 1986 2007 1996 1991 2007 1990 1995 1987 2008 1998 2010 2003 1996 1993 1999 2010 2003 2008 1998 2009 2004 1996 1987 1994 1993 2009 2008 2008 2008 1996 2008 2009 2006 1996 2009 1997 1996 1998 1987 1987 2005 1998 1986 2007 2005 1993 2010 2009 1998 2005 2001 1995 1989 1986

MOST 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES


Player Mike Hicks Taurean Stephens Roren Thomas Lenny Harris William Mackall Deumaine Reedes Stephen Shiver Rory Redmond Jessie Burton Brian Webb Shane Cowan Charles Malone Antonio Perry Daniel Chamberlain Jarvis Perry Dexter Anoka Eunique Williams EJ Daniel Jamaal Akbar Orentheus Taylor Travis Parker Tim Beattie Wesley Moore John Dillon Ulysses Trammell Scott Stidham Oscar Bunch Robert Thomas Todd Pope Henry Allen John Burch Tony Champion Dwayne McKinney Games 7 7 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Total Offense Records
CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Rank Player Years
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Brady Wahlberg Cade Thompson Leon Reed Derek Carr Don Chapman Leonard Williams Trey Sikes Alvin Smalls Bobby Fowler Allan Cox 2002-05 2007-09 1987-88 2008-Present 2004-07 1990-91 1984-87 1975-78 1956-59 1965-68

Rush

1,140 -254 491 68 5,017 332 239 2,866 4,033 551

Pass

6,247 6,260 4,842 5,152 --- 4,518 4,258 1,250 --- 2,734

7,387 6,006 5,333 5,220 5,017 4,850 4,497 4,116 4,033 3,285

Total

51 51 42 40 49 49 31 39 51 38

TD

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SINGLE SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Rank Player Year Rush


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Leon Reed Leonard Williams Cade Thompson Derek Carr Derek Carr Alvin Smalls Jeff McCrone Cade Thompson Brady Wahlberg Brady Wahlberg 1988 1991 2008 2011 2010 1976 1995 2009 2003 2005 176 233 -122 67 1 1495 -49 -95 482 475

3051 2554 2680 2482 2543 1006 2519 2546 1873 1693

Pass

3227 2787 2568 2549 2544 2501 2470 2451 2355 2168

Total

28 30 24 25 15 17 19 19 15 15

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TEAM RECORD: SINGLE GAME

Most Plays: 95 plays (34 rushes, 61 passes) vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2008 Most Yards: 699 vs. Concordia, 2008

SCORING MARGIN
Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Margin 90 73 70 66 64 63 56 53 49 47

MOST POINTS SCORED


Game: Season:

97 vs. Bethel (1995) 448 (2008)

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED


Game: Season:

14 vs. Bethel (1995) 61 (2008)

Opponent (97-7) vs. Bethel College (73-0) vs. Lane College (70-0) vs. Millikin (87-21) vs. Concordia (64-0) vs. Northwood Michigan (63-0) vs. Union College (56-0) vs. Baker College (59-6) vs. West Georgia (55-6) vs. Millsaps College (57-10) vs. Lane College

Year 1995 1990 1967 2008 1968 2011 2008 1957 1960 1986

TOTAL OFFENSE
Game: Season:

821 vs. Murray State (2007) 4,867 (2008)

SCORING OFFENSE (PT. AVG.)


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Avg. 37.3 34.6 33.4 30.4 27.5 27.0 25.5 24.8 24.5 22.3 Year 2008 2011 2007 1995 1988 2005 1991 2006 1986 1990

FIRST DOWNS
Game: Season:

30 vs. Bethel (1995) 241 in 12 games (2008) 239 in 13 games (1988) 235 in 11 games (2009)

SCORING OFFENSE (GAME HIGHS)


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. Pts. 97 87 76 73 70 64 63 63 59 57

Opponent (97-7) vs. Bethel College (87-21) vs. Concordia (76-3) vs. Murray State (73-0) vs. Lane College (70-0) vs. Millikin (64-0) vs. Northwood Michigan (63-0) vs. Union College (63-38) at Murray State (59-6) vs. West Georgia (57-11) vs. Lane College

Year 1995 2008 2007 1990 1967 1968 2011 2008 1957 1986

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TEAM SEASON AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME Yards Years
430.5 427.2 409.4 405.6 393.3 378.8 375.6 370.1 358.8 356.3 342.8 327.6 325.0 314.8 311.8 310.2 293.3 287.0 281.5 273.0 271.9 268.7 263.6 250.3 246.6 239.6 235.7 234.0 232.5 223.9 206.2 2007 2011 2009 2008 2010 1995 1991 1988 2005 1987 1986 1990 2006 1981 1998 2003 2001 2004 1996 1992 1994 2002 1982 2000 1999 1984 1985 1983 1993 1997 1989

ANNUAL TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Year Player Rush Pass


2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 QB Derek Carr 67 QB Derek Carr 1 QB Cade Thompson -95 QB Cade Thompson -112 QB Dexter Anoka 137 HB Don Chapman 1,412 QB Brady Wahlberg 475 QB Brady Wahlberg 97 QB Brady Wahlberg 482 QB Brady Wahlberg 86 QB Robert Hines 442 QB Roland Ogletree 0 QB Edward Robertson -23 QB John Repella 47 QB Brock Bailey -71 QB Billy Joe Spann -82 QB Jeff McCrone -49 QB Charles Gamble 39 QB Jason Griffin 132 RB Rickey Armstrong 297 QB Leonard Williams 233 QB Leonard Williams 99 QB Smackey Brown -24 QB Leon Reed 176 QB Leon Reed 315 QB Trey Sikes 137 QB Trey Sikes 38 QB Kenny Golden 295 QB David Carter 47 QB Chris Ford 53 QB Tommy Overton 39 QB Jimmy Wash NA HB Everett DeVeaux 703 QB Sammy Bryant NA QB Alvin Smalls 582 QB Alvin Smalls 1,495 QB Alvin Smalls 190 QB Bill Staehs NA QB Danny Walker 98 Shelton Zenon NA QB Kelly Coker NA QB Kelly Coker NA QB Glen Lowe 38 QB Allan Cox 0 QB Allan Cox 177 QB Allan Cox NA QB Sandy Smith 70 HB Chuck Lewis 491 QB Billy Watson NA QB Vernon Prather 76 QB Vernon Prather NA HB Bobby Fowler NA

SINGLE GAME TOTAL OFFENSE


Rank Yds. Player vs. Opponent

Year

1. 440 2. 427 3. 423 4. 419 5. 390 390 7. 389 8. 387 9. 378 10. 372

Leonard Williams vs. Troy State 1990 Brady Wahlberg vs. Jacksonville State 2003 Rush 18 (58 Yds); Pass 44-65-2 (369 Yds) Jeff McCrone vs. Tennessee State 1995 Rush 5 (-15); Pass 32-41-0 (438) Cade Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky 2008 Pass 35-61-4 (419) Derek Carr at Southeast Louisiana 2010 Pass 20-41-4 (390) Leon Reed vs. Troy State 1988 Leon Reed vs. Mississippi College 1987 Rush (30); Pass 27-50-4 (359) Derek Carr vs. Austin Peay 2011 Pass 24-36-0 (387) Cade Thompson vs. Austin Peay 2009 Pass 20-37-3 (378) Jeff McCrone vs. Tennessee Tech 1995 Rush 1 (-3); Pass 27-42-1 (375)

2,482 2,543 2,546 2,680 1,369 0 1,693 1,536 1,873 1,145 578 647 1,345 1,722 961 905 2,519 1,001 635 1,697 2,554 1,964 793 3,051 1,791 1,554 1,466 627 1,193 706 1,636 NA 68 NA 1,379 1,006 481 NA 762 NA NA NA 597 836 1,116 NA 551 0 NA 984 NA NA

Total Yards
2,549 2,544 2,451 2,568 1,506 1,412 2,168 1,633 2,355 1,231 1,020 647 1,322 1,769 890 823 2,470 1,040 767 1,994 2,787 2,063 769 3,227 2,106 1,691 1,504 922 1,230 759 1,675 1,059 771 964 1,961 2,501 671 963 860 714 926 750 635 836 1,233 694 621 491 605 1,060 742 1,054

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Defensive Records
CAREER TOTAL TACKLES TOP 10 Rank Player Years 1. Danny Watkins 1975-77 2. Terry Giltner 1969-70 3. Vincent Thomas 1998-2001 Emanuel McNeil 1985-88 5. Brian Spano 1991-94 6. Dewayne Harper 1991-94 7. Josh Bey 2007-10 8. Paul Randolph 1984-87 9. Todd Shanks 1989-92 10. Charles Canvaness 1982-85
Pos. LB LB DB DE LB DB LB LB LB LB Solo 271 281 239 189 228 209 180 120 114 87 Asst. 155 120 134 184 131 130 144 167 163 158 Total 426 401 373 373 359 339 324 287 277 245

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TEAM RECORDS SINGLE-GAME BY OPPONENT

MOST RETURN YARDAGE


Game: Season:

Fewest Yards Total: 74, vs. Iowa Wesleyan, 2009 Fewest First Downs: 3, vs. Iowa Wesleyan, 2009 Fewest Passes Completed: 1, at Samford, 2000 Fewest Total Plays: 33, vs. Southern Illinois, 1998

158 vs. Troy State (1968) 485 (1976)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SINGLE GAME TOTAL TACKLES


# Tkls 1. 25 2. 23 3. 22 22 5. 21 21 7. 20 8. 19 19 19

MOST RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWNS


Season: 6 (1976)

FEWEST POINTS YIELDED


Season: 19 (1934)

SINGLE-SEASON

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED RUSHING


Game: Season:

Fewest Yards Rushing: 1348, 2009 Fewest Avg. Yards Rushing: 122.5, 2009 Fewest Yards Passing: 1175, 1990 Fewest Avg. Yards Passing: 106.8, 1990 Fewest Total Yards: 3066, 2006 Fewest Avg. Yards in Total Offense: 255.5, 2006 Fewest Points: 182, 1979 Fewest Yards on Punt Returns: 66, 1988 Most Shutouts: 1 (several occasions) Most Interceptions: 20, 1988 Most Yards on Interceptions: 303, 2005

-22 vs. Livingston (1988) 383 (1967)

Player vs. Opponent Year Terry Giltner vs. McNeese State 1970 Terry Giltner vs. Parsons 1969 LaVonte Epson vs. Missouri State 1999 Brian Spano vs. Austin Peay 1993 Kidane McBride vs. Murray State 2002 Vincent Thomas at Samford 2000 Levon Johnson vs. 1989 Mississippi College Emanuel McNeil vs. Austin Peay 1987 Markeseo Jackson at Tennessee 2004 Paul Randolph vs. 1986 Jacksonville State

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PASSING


Game: Season: 7 vs. Livingston (1982) 734 (1971)

SINGLE-SEASON SACK LEADERS Rank No. Player Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5 7. 8. 10. 13 9 8.5 8 7 7 6.5 6 6 5.5 5.5 Emanuel McNeil Joe Keating Brad Godwin Tim Wright Charles Gill Rob Senatore Josh Bey Antonio Strobridge Lashone Brown Chris Murray Andre Plummer 1988 1990 1994 1993 1996 1993 2009 1996 1995 2009 2003

MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES FOR A TD (INDIVIDUAL)


Season: 3 Dontrell Miller (2008)*

MOST TOTAL TACKLES

MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES FOR TDS (TEAM)


Season: cord

Game: 25, Terry Giltner vs. McNeese State, 1970 Season: 152, Mike Peebles, 1974 Career: 426, Danny Watkins, 1975-77

6 (2008)*NCAA FCS Re-

FUMBLE RETURNS (MOST RECOVERED)


Game: Season: 5 vs. Parsons (1969) 5 vs. Austin Peay (1974) 5 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1993) 25 (1974)

MOST SOLO TACKLES

Season: 168, Terry Giltner, 1970 Career: 281, Terry Giltner, 1969-70

CAREER SACK LEADERS Rank No. Player


1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 17 15 15 14 13.5 13 13 11.5 11 11

MOST ASSISTED TACKLES

Season: 87, Terry Giltner, 1970 Career: 181, Emanuel McNeil, 1985-88

SCORING DEFENSE (SHUT-OUTS)


32 times last vs. Union College 2011

MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Game: Season:

8 vs. Troy State (1968) 26 (1968)

Emanuel McNeil Andre Plummer Antonio Strobridge Charles Gill Brad Godwin Josh Bey Joe Keating Markeseo Jackson Joseph Threats Lashone Brown

1985-88 2002-05 1994-97 1995-97 1994-95 2007-10 1989-92 2003-06 2002-05 1994-95

Year

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TOP 10 SEASON BEST SOLO TACKLES Rank No. Player Year
1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 168 113 95 91 91 90 88 82 79 78 Terry Giltner Terry Giltner Vincent Thomas Josh Bey Mike Peebles Brian Spano Vincent Thomas Brian Spano Danny Watkins Jon Swift 1970 1969 2001 2010 1974 1994 2000 1993 1975 1996

TEAM TOP 10 RUSH DEFENSE (AVG.) Rank Yards Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 43.1 97.2 105.4 112.9 122.5 127.6 131.2 145.3 149.2 152.8 1967 1968 1976 2006 2009 1988 1964 2010 1977 2008

SINGLE SEASON INT. LEADERS TOP 10 Rank Player No. Year


1. 3. 5. Clay Blalock Don Jones Jerry Reese Tommy Baker Chad McMahan Perez Boyd Charles Wilson Ernest Johnson Benny Thompson Two Tied* 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 5

1976 1969 1982 1966 2003 2002 1990 1986 1986 1968

TOP 10 SEASON BEST ASSISTED TACKLES Rank No Player Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. 87 76 69 65 64 61 61 61 60 56 Terry Giltner Emanuel McNeil Paul Randolph Todd Shanks Danny Watkins Charles Cavaness Greg Magee Mike Peebles Greg Holmes Jon Swift 1970 1987 1986 1992 1975 1985 1983 1974 1989 1996

TEAM TOP 10 SEASON SACKS Rank No. Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 43 42 31 27 26 25 25 24 22.5 22 1995 1994 2008 1996 1993 2005 2003 1990 1989 2010

INDIVIDUAL TOP 10 PASS BREAKUPS (SEASON) Rank Player No. Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9. 10. Chris Jones James Brown Preston James Jerry Reese CJ Estelle Danny Blackwell Danny Blackwell Trent Findley Marcus Arrington Derek Welch 15 14 12 12 10 10 10 10 9 8

1996 1994 1994 1983 2011 1991 1990 2000 2007 2010

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TEAM TOP 10 PASS DEFENSE


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Avg. Yds 71.0 80.9 82.3 106.8 108.4 119.5 120.2 121.4 122.3 122.3 Year 1962 1964 1974 1990 1973 1976 1979 1984 1994 1993

TOP 10 SEASON BEST TOTAL TACKLES Rank No Player Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 255 152 146 143 134 133 131 130 128 127 Terry Giltner Mike Peebles Terry Giltner Danny Watkins Jon Swift Vincent Thomas Brian Spano Emanuel McNeil Vincent Thomas Josh Bey

INDIVIDUAL TOP 10 PASS BREAKUPS (CAREER)


Rank
1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8.

1970 1974 1969 1975 1996 2000 1993 1987 2001 2010

Player

ANNUAL SACK LEADERS Year Player


2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

TEAM TOP 10 SCORING DEFENSE (OPPONENTS POINTS PER GAME) Rank Pts. Year
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 9.6 11.3 12.1 12.8 14.5 15.1 15.7 16.8 18.0 18.2 1967 1976 1962 1964 1968 1988 2006 1977 1973 1979

TEAM TOP 10 TOTAL DEFENSE (AVG.) Rank Yards Year


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 152.3 212.1 224.9 232.6 251.5 255.5 257.8 267.5 274.4 277.1 1962 1964 1976 1967 1968 2006 1979 1988 1977 1973

DJ Roberts Tim Cox Josh Bey Ray Williams Ray Williams Tirrdell Byrd Joseph Threats Markeseo Jackson Andre Plummer Marc Calixte Nick Stamper Willie Campbell Brandon Lacy Davey Moseley Antonio Strabridge Charlie Gill Lashone Brown Brad Godwin Tim Wright Travis Coleman Phillip Robertson Todd White Todd White

Sacks-Yds
3.5-25 5-35 6.5-47 5-32 3.5-25 4-24 4.5-17 3.5-41 5.5-29 3-16 5-37 4-23 3-36 3-19 5-32 7-44 6-31 8.5-59 8-40 4-31 5-27 3.5-16 5-38

Jerry Reese Danny Blackwell CJ Estelle Rayron Sims Trent Findley James Brown Joe Daniels Markei Guy Jason Coleman Preston Jones

No.
23 20 17 17 17 14 13 12 12 12

1981-84 1990-91 2010-11 2003-06 1999-02 1992-95 1997-98 2006-09 2002-05 1991-95

Year

TEAM TOP 10 SEASON PASS BREAKUPS


Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. Breakups 60 56 47 46 42 40 39 39 38 38 Year 1988 1994 2011 2010 1984 1996 2008 1987 2007 1995

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ANNUAL TOTAL TACKLE LEADERS Year Player Solo 2011 Ben Johnson 46 2010 Josh Bey 91 2009 Josh Bey 62 2008 osh Bey 46 2007 Josh Yarbrough 36 2006 Markeseo Jackson 54 2005 David Gilmore 65 2004 Markeseo Jackson 75 2003 Chad McMahan 55 2002 Perez Boyd 76 2001 Vincent Thomas 95 2000 Vincent Thomas 88 1999 Lavante Epson 62 1998 David Barnes 49 1997 Jon Swift 48 1996 Jon Swift 78 1995 Craig Reynolds 58 1994 Brian Spano 90 1993 Brian Spano 82 1992 Todd Shanks 37 1991 Dewayne Harper 51 1990 Todd Shanks 38 1989 Greg Holmes 48 1988 Emanuel McNeil 74 1987 Emanuel McNeil 54 1986 Paul Randolph 55 1985 Charles Cavaness 43 1984 Jerry Reese 44 1983 Greg Magee 49 1982 Gary Ihnen 46 1975 Danny Watkins 79 1974 Mike Peebles 91 1970 Terry Giltner 168 1969 Terry Giltner 113 Asst. 51 36 45 42 55 35 26 41 28 48 33 45 56 36 52 56 49 31 49 65 47 47 60 47 76 69 61 55 61 52 64 61 87 33 Total 97 127 107 88 91 89 91 116 83 124 128 133 118 85 100 134 107 121 131 102 98 85 108 121 130 124 104 99 110 98 143 152 255 146

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Field Goal Records
TOP 10 LONGEST FIELD GOALS
Rank Yds Player vs. Opponent Year

CAREER KICK-SCORING
2011 1976 1976 1972 1986 1986 1988 1988 1987 2011
Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Player Ki Tok Chu Tom Hansen Taylor Brown Keith Kasnic Cody Sandlin

1. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

53 53 53 53 52 52 49 48 47 45

Cody Sandlin at Eastern Kentucky Mickey Hamilton vs. Tennessee State Mickey Hamilton vs. Delta State Randy Barnes vs. Nicholls State Ki Tok Chu vs. Troy State Ki Tok Chu vs. Livingston Ki Tok Chu vs. Butler Ki Tok Chu at Murray State Ki Tok Chu vs. Southeast Missouri St. Cody Sandlin at Jacksonville State

Years 1986-89 2007-09 2004-06 1982-85 2009-Current Mickey Hamilton 1973-76 Brent Harris 2001-03 Mike Poteete 1977-80 Ross Barnhart 1990-91 Eddie Winslow 1997-98

FG 44 21 24 37 25 26 22 12 11 88

PAT 89 128 90 51 73 53 44 48 47 37

Total 221 191 162 162 148 131 110 84 80 61

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TEAM RECORDS MOST PTS BY KICKING

SEASON PAT MADE (MIN. 25)


Rank 1. 3. 6. 8. 9. 10. Rank 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Rank 1. 2. 3. 8. 10. Rank 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Made (Att.) 53 (of 57) 43 (of 48) 37 (of 38) 37 (of 38) 37 (of 39) 36 (of 37) 36 (of 39) 32 (of 36) 29 (of 30) 28 (of 29)

Game: 15, Taylor Brown vs. Gardner Webb, 2006 15, Tom Hanson vs. Concordia, 2008 Season: 97, Ki Tok Chu, 1988 Career: 221, Ki Tok Chu, 1986-89

MOST CONSECUTIVE FGS MADE


Season: 14, Keith Kosnic, 1982-83

SINGLE SEASON

Year 2008 2011 2009 2005 1988 2006 1995 1991 1990 2010

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
MOST PAT KICKS MADE
Game: 12, Tom Hanson vs. Concordia, 2008 Season: 53, Tom Hanson, 2008 Career: 128, Tom Hanson, 2007-09

MOST PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED

Game: 12, Tom Hanson vs. Concordia, 2008 Season: 57, Tom Hanson, 2008 Career: 136, Tom Hanson, 2007-09

BEST PAT KICK PERCENTAGE

Most PAT Att.: 57, 2008 Most PAT Made: 53, 2008 Best PAT Percentage: 97.2% (36-37), 2005 Most FG Att: 26, 1988 Most FG Made: 20, 1988 Best FG Percentage: 82.3% (14-17), 2011

HIGHEST PAT %
Pct. 97.2% 97.0% 97.0% 96.6% 96.5% 96.1% 96.0% 94.8% 93.7% 93.0%

MOST PATS MADE (GAME)

Rank PATs Opponent 1. 12 vs. Concordia 12 vs. Bethel 3. 10 vs. Murray State 10 vs. Lane College 5. 9 vs. Union College 9 at Murray State 7. 8 vs. Iowa Wesleyan 8 vs. Baker 9. 7 vs. Austin Peay 7 vs. Lambuth

Year 2008 1995 2007 1990 2011 2008 2009 2008 2011 2010

Made-Att (36-37) (37-38) (37-38) (29-30) (28-29) (25-26) (24-25) (37-39) (45-48) (53-57) Year 1988 2011 2010 2007 2002 1985 1982 2006 2005 2008

Year 2005 2009 2005 1990 2010 1994 1998 1988 2011 2008

Game: 1.00 (12-12), Tom Hanson vs. Concordia, 2008 Season: .929 (53-57), Tom Hanson, 2008 Career: .941 (128-136), Tom Hanson, 2007-09

MOST FGS MADE

Game: 4, Taylor Brown vs. Gardner Webb, 2006 4, Mickey Hamilton vs. Tennessee State, 1976 Season: 20, Ki Tok Chu, 1988 Career: 44, Ki Tok Chu, 1986-89

SEASON FG MADE
Made-Att 20 (of 26) 14 (of 17) 11 (of 14) 11 (of 15) 11 (of 16) 11 (of 19) 11 (of 14) 10 (of 16) 10 (of 17) 7 (of 12)

MOST FGS ATTEMPTED

Game: 5, Mickey Hamilton vs. Tennessee State, 1976 Season: 26, Ki Tok Chu, 1988 Career: 73, Ki Tok Chu, 1986-89

MOST FGS MADE (GAME)


Rank 1. 3. FGs 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

SEASON KICK-SCORING
Rank Pts.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 97 87 76 75 72 71 67 62 61 53

Opponent Year vs. Gardner Webb 2006 vs. Tennessee State 1976 at Jacksonville State 2011 at Missouri State 2007 vs. Samford 2005 vs. Tennessee Tech 2005 vs. Southeast Missouri St. 2002 vs. Butler 1988 at Murray State 1988

Player

HIGHEST FG %
Pct. 82.3% 78.5% 78.5% 76.9% 73.0% 68.7% 62.5% 58.8% 58.3% 57.8%

Made-Att. (14-17) (11-14) (11-14) (20-26) (11-15) (11-16) (10-16) (10-17) (7-12) (11-19)

Year 2011 2010 1982 1988 2007 2002 2006 2005 2008 1985

Ki Tok Chu Cody Sandlin Lee Mayo Tom Hansen Tom Hansen Mickey Hamilton Taylor Brown Taylor Brown Cody Sandlin Ross Barnhart

Year

1988 2011 1967 2007 2008 1976 2005 2006 2010 1990

BEST FG PERCENTAGE

Game: .800 (4-5), Mickey Hamilton vs. Tennessee State, 1976 Season: .769 (20-26), Ki Tok Chu, 1988 Career: .602 (44-73), Ki Tok Chu, 1986-89

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Punting Records
SINGLE-SEASON PUNTING LEADERS Rank Player Year Att.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. Adam Ivey Joe Hook Joey Elmore Jay Holmes Jim Valdes Bubba Beasley Gary Davis Adam Ivey David Caster Jim Alston 2008 2010 1986 1999 1974 1993 1977 2007 1983 1970 41 52 56 73 57 78 47 45 56 57 1,693 2,150 2,249 2,930 2,280 3,112 1,876 1,794 2,217 2,253

Yds.

Avg.
41.3 40.5 40.2 40.1 40.0 39.9 39.9 39.9 39.6 39.5

MOST YARDS ON PUNTS

Game: 467, Adam Ivey at South Florida, 2008 Season: 3,481, Jade Stillings, 1997 Career: 9,784, Joey Elmore, 1986-89

HIGHEST PUNTING AVG.

Game: 50.0, Gary Davis vs. Delta State, 1977 Season: 41.3, Adam Ivey, 2008 Career: 39.2, Jim Valdes, 1971-74

Punt Return Records


MOST PUNT RETURNS
Game: 7, Jerry Reese vs. Fort Valley State, 1982 7, Jessie Burton at Murray State, 2006 Season: 48, Dewayne Harper, 1994 Career: 93, Dewayne Harper, 1991-94

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CAREER PUNTING LEADERS (MIN. 40 PUNTS) Rank Player Year Punts Yards Avg. Long
1. 2. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10. Jade Stillings 1997-98 Joe Hook 2007-11 Jay Holmes 1999-01 Adam Ivey 2005-08 Bubba Beasley 1990-93 Joey Elmore 1986-89 David Carter 1980-83 Pete Lutz 1982-83 Brent Harris 2001-03 Les Stuart 1994-95 Yds. 80 72 70 69 69 68 67 66 66 65 148 126 197 188 217 257 76 99 53 82 5,744 4,911 7,563 7,183 8,268 9,784 2,893 3,741 1,979 3,028 38.8 38.4 38.4 38.2 38.1 38.1 38.1 37.8 37.3 36.9 80 54 70 68 72 60 62 65 56 64

MOST RETURN YARDAGE

Game: 183, Dewayne Harper vs. Charleston Southern, 1994 Season: 564, Dewayne Harper, 1994 Career: 955, Dewayne Harper, 1991-94

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RETURN

LONGEST PUNTS
Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Game: 34.2, CJ Estelle vs. Union College, 2011 Season: 17.7, CJ Estelle, 2011 (No. 1 NCAA in FCS)

Player vs. Opponent Jade Stillings vs. Tennessee Tech Bubba Beasley vs. Tennessee State Jay Holmes vs. Southeast Missouri St. Joey Elmore vs. Troy State Gene Sides vs. West Chester State Adam Ivey Jade Stillings at Samford Jay Holmes at Tennessee Tech Dick Butler vs. Jacksonville State Adam Ivey at Murray State

Year 1997 1993 1999 1989 1967 2005 1998 2000 1990 2006

TEAM RECORDS
SINGLE GAME
Most Punts: 14 vs. Nicholls State, 1975 Most Yards: 491 at South Florida, 2008 Best Avg.: 50.2 yds. (10 punts) at Missouri State, 1999

SINGLE SEASON

Most Punts: 93, 1997 Most Yards: 3,539, 1997 Best Avg.: 40.2 yds. (59 punts), 1986

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
MOST PUNTS
Game: 14, David Brown vs. Nicholls State, 1975 Season: 90, Jade Stillings, 1997 Career: 2,517, Joey Elmore, 1986-89

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Kick Return Records
TOP 10 KICK RETURN YARDAGE Rank Yards Player Year
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 825 759 728 717 688 667 660 621 621 567 Jessie Burton Henry Allen Jason Coleman William Mackall AJ Williams Roland Ogletree Joe Daniels Roren Thomas William Mackall Jason Coleman

LONGEST KICK RETURNS


# Yds. Player vs. Opponent Year 1. 100 Jessie Burton at Southeast Missouri St. 2006 100 Darriel Ruffin vs. Murray State 1997 100 Tony Champion vs. (N/A) 1983 4. 99 Kevin Barfield vs. Tennessee Tech 2011 99 Wilbur Edmiston vs. Murray State 1961 6. 97 Rayvon Sims at Tennessee Tech 2004 7. 96 William Mackall vs. Southeast Missouri St. 1987 8. 91 AJ Williams at Southeast Missouri St. 2010 9. 90 Jessie Burton vs. Tennessee Tech 2007 90 Jason Coleman vs. Samford 2003

2007 1986 2003 1987 2010 2000 1998 2008 1988 2005

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TEAM RECORDS

MOST KICK RETURNS Game: 9, Darren Turner vs. Jacksonville State, 1989 9, Darren Turner vs. Middle Tennessee, 1990 9, Jessie Burton vs. Missouri State, 2007 Season: 39, Henry Allen, 1986 Career: 89, Jason Coleman, 2002-05 MOST YARDS ON KICK RETURN Game: 248, Darren Turner vs. Middle Tennessee, 1990 Season: 825, Jessie Burton, 2007 Career: 1,842, Jason Coleman, 2002-05 MOST RETURNS Game: 10, vs. Jacksonville State, 1989 10, vs. Middle Tennessee, 1990 10, Samford, 2003 10, Missouri State, 2007 Season: 58, 2007 MOST YARDS Game: 256 vs. Samford, 2003 Season: 1,147, 2008 BEST AVG. PER RETURN Game: 32.0, at Southeast Missouri St., 2010 Season: 22.3, 1994

Annual Kick Return Leaders Year Player No.


2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 Kevin Barfield AJ Williams Tevin Barksdale Roren Thomas Jessie Burton Jessie Burton Jason Coleman Jason Coleman Jason Coleman Trent Findley Kidane McBride Roland Ogletree Deundre Greer Joe Daniels Darriel Ruffin Lenny Harris James Brown James Brown James Brown Scott Stidham Todd Pope Darron Turner Darron Turner William Mackall William Mackall Henry Allen Cedric Hosea Mark Guy Tony Champion Billy Wilkins Steve Mathis Mike Ray Mike Ray 15 27 18 26 36 20 28 26 26 18 23 35 23 31 21 14 14 19 15 13 18 26 22 28 28 39 21 16 8 28 17 15 10

329 688 415 621 825 524 567 459 728 236 423 667 493 660 447 228 318 463 308 245 370 510 375 621 717 759 389 243 224 512 285 265 228

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UT Martin 23 Jacksonville State 24 Sept. 1, 2011
Skyhawks led 7-0 with 12:40 to play in the first quarter. Sandlins 43-yard field goal gave the Skyhawks a 10-0 lead, and senior fullback Jarvis Perry tacked on a touchdown when he caught a 13-yard pass from junior quarterback Derek Carr. The Skyhawks led 17-7 at the half. They ran 40 plays and piled up 285 yards of offense. Both teams added a field goal each in the third quarter and the Skyhawks led 20-10 going into the fourth quarter. UT Martin opened the fourth quarter with Sandlins third field goal of the game, but Jacksonville State answered quickly when Georgia transfer Washuan Ealey caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Coty Blanchard to cut UT Martins lead to six points, 23-17. Jacksonville State managed 233 yards of total offense in the second half to finish the game with 300 yards. The Skyhawks tallied 475 yards of offense. Carr completed 23 of 36 passes for 325 yards and one touchdown. McNair finished the game with 170 allpurpose yards. He had 85 yards rushing and 85 yards of receiving.

Senior Stephen Shiver came up with a big catch to put The University of Tennessee at Martin football team in great position for a game-winning field goal at Burgess-Snow Field Thursday night against host Jacksonville State. Junior Cody Sandlin had already made a careerlong 45 yard field goal, a 43 yard field goal and a 25yard field goal to help the Skyhawks dominate No. 9 Jacksonville State. Surely Sandlin could have made a 32-yarder to give the Skyhawks a season-opening win and an Ohio Valley Conference victory. Unfortunately Sandlin never got the chance to kick the game winner because time expired and Jacksonville State claimed a 24-23 victory over UT Martin. Jacksonville State claimed its only lead of the game with 38 seconds left on the clock. Senior Calvin Middleton capped off a nine-play drive that covered 50 yards with a four-yard touchdown, consuming almost four minutes of the quarter. UT Martin showed its prowess on the opening drive of Box Score the game(Final) when junior running back Jason McNair rattled The Automated ScoreBook UT Martin #9run Jacksonville State (Sep 01, 2011 at Jacksonville, Ala.) off a 60- vs yard to set up junior Tevin Barksdales four-yard touchdown run. Sandlin added the Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total PAT and the
UT Martin Jacksonville State 7 0 10 7 3 3 3 14 23 24
Qtr Time 1st 12:40 2nd 14:08 09:54 05:52 3rd 11:15 07:05 4th 14:11 13:06 00:38 Scoring play UTM - BARKSDALE, Tevi 4 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 5-72 2:20 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 43 yd field goal, 5-21 1:08 JSU - HOWARD,Justin 22 yd pass from IVORY, Marques (ESCO,James kick), 10-74 4:09 UTM - PERRY, Jarvis 13 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 12-80 4:02 JSU - ESCO,James 27 yd field goal, 9-38 3:36 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 25 yd field goal, 4--5 1:25 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 45 yd field goal, 10-52 0:00 JSU - EALEY,Washaun 43 yd pass from BLANCHARD,Coty (ESCO,James kick), 2-50 0:50 JSU - MIDDLETON, Calv 4 yd run (ESCO,James kick), 9-50 3:49 UTM 23 34-150 325 36-23-1 70-475 0-0 3-8 4-85 0-0 5-38.0 1-1 7-65 23:38 5 of 13 0 of 0 3-3 1-11 JSU 19 39-111 189 27-14-0 66-300 0-0 1--4 6-161 1-0 7-37.7 2-1 4-40 32:30 3 of 14 2 of 2 2-2 0-0

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: UT Martin-McNAIR, Jason 10-85; BARKSDALE, Tevi 10-48; WILLIAMS, AJ 7-11; McNEIL, DJ 5-6; PERRY, Jarvis 1-2; CARR, Derek 1-minus 2. Jacksonville State-EALEY,Washaun 13-41; BLANCHARD,Coty 9-32; MIDDLETON, Calv 10-28; IVORY, Marques 5-9; JAMES,DaMarcus 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1. PASSING: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 23-36-1-325. Jacksonville State-BLANCHARD,Coty 9-17-0-133; IVORY, Marques 5-10-0-56. RECEIVING: UT Martin-McNAIR, Jason 7-85; SHIVER, Stephen 5-90; SIMS, Quentin 3-60; JONES, Kenny 2-33; BARKSDALE, Tevi 2-11; EVERETT, Ben 1-21; PERRY, Jarvis 1-13; BARFIELD, Kevin 1-6; McNEIL, DJ 1-6. Jacksonville State-MIDDLETON, Calv 4-40; SHAW,James 3-31; COOPER,Kevyn 2-35; SMITH,Trey 2-16; EALEY,Washaun 1-43; HOWARD,Justin 1-22; JAMES,DaMarcus 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Martin-None. Jacksonville State-GRAY,Robert 1-0. FUMBLES: UT Martin-ESTELLE, CJ 1-1. Jacksonville State-POWELL,James 1-1; BLANCHARD,Coty 1-0. UT Martin (0-1,0-1) vs. Jacksonville State (1-0,1-0) Date: Sep 01, 2011 Site: Jacksonville, Ala. Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field

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Union College UT Martin Sept. 15, 2011 0 63

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Junior running back Jason McNair scored two as seven different players scored touchdowns. On the touchdowns and rushed for 123 yards to lead The ground, the Skyhawks rushed 48 times for 324 yards. University of Tennessee at Martin to a convincing 63-0 Three Skyhawk quarterbacks, Carr, Bill Hardegree victory over visiting Union (Ky.) College Thursday night and Jordan Stokes, saw action in the game. The trio at Hardy M. Graham Stadium. combined to complete 19-of-30 passes for 246 yards. With his stellar effort against the NAIA school, Defensively the Skyhawks limited Union College to McNair is now the seventh person in UT Martin history 151 yards of offense. Ben Johnson and Jett Howard led to rush for more than 1,000 yards in his career. the Skyhawk defense with five tackles each. Defensive Junior quarterback Derek Carr completed 17-of-28 lineman Darrin Nalls led the Skyhawks with one sack passes for 206 yards and three touchdowns. He also and 3.5 TFL. The Skyhawks recorded three sacks and threw two interceptions. 11 TFLs. Defensive backs CJ Estelle and Josh Potts had The Skyhawks scored midway through the first interceptions. quarter when Quentin Sims hauled in a 10-yard pass The Skyhawks defense limited Union College to 69 from Carr. Junior kicker Cory Sandlin added the PAT and yards of rushing. Union entered the game averaging the Skyhawks never looked back. The Skyhawks scored more than 200 yards rushing. Box Score (Final) two touchdowns in the second quarter, four more in the The Automated ScoreBook Union College vs two UT Martin (Sep 15, 2011 at Martin, Tenn.) third quarter and more in the fourth quarter. The Skyhawks piled up 570 yards of total offense Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total
Union College UT Martin 0 7 0 14 0 28 0 14 0 63
Qtr Time 1st 06:51 2nd 14:55 02:48 3rd 11:51 11:09 05:51 03:08 4th 14:53 05:50 Scoring play UTM - SIMS, Quentin 10 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 5-51 1:37 UTM - McNAIR, Jason 1 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 6-18 2:36 UTM - McNEIL, DJ 2 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 11-67 3:41 UTM - BARFIELD, Kevin 19 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 4-29 1:43 UTM - EVERETT, Ben 47 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 1-37 0:28 UTM - McNAIR, Jason 32 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 6-58 3:13 UTM - McNEIL, DJ 2 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 7-46 2:25 UTM - GENERETT, Malik 23 yd pass from HARDEGREE, Bill (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 3-47 0:48 UTM - HEWETT, Matt 3 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 10-61 5:33 UNION-KY 8 36-69 82 23-10-2 59-151 0-0 0-0 7-63 2-7 8-38.5 0-0 5-25 29:47 0 of 14 1 of 4 0-0 0-0 UTM 27 48-324 246 30-19-2 78-570 0-0 5-148 0-0 2-6 1-35.0 0-0 11-108 30:13 15 of 19 1 of 2 6-6 3-12

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: Union College-X. Robinson 7-36; R. Brown 17-21; Z. Poole 3-6; R. Moses 6-4; C. Priest 3-2. UT Martin-McNAIR, Jason 17-123; McNEIL, DJ 12-79; HEWETT, Matt 7-48; BARKSDALE, Tevi 5-37; CARR, Derek 4-15; JONES, Kenny 2-15; STOKES, Jordan 1-7. PASSING: Union College-Z. Poole 2-11-2-31; R. Moses 5-8-0-28; B. Thomas 3-4-0-23. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 17-28-2-206; HARDEGREE, Bill 2-2-0-40. RECEIVING: Union College-R. Dyer 3-14; T. Ross 2-10; J. Winkle 2-9; S. James 1-30; C. Priest 1-13; D. Jefferson 1-6. UT Martin-SHIVER, Stephen 4-45; EVERETT, Ben 2-70; BARFIELD, Kevin 2-37; TAYLOR, Maurice 2-23; PERRY, Jarvis 2-1; GENERETT, Malik 1-23; STEWART, Matthe 1-17; McNAIR, Jason 1-10; SIMS, Quentin 1-10; JONES, Kenny 1-5; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-3; JORDAN, Corey 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Union College-B. Brown 1-7; J. Nixon 1-0. UT Martin-ESTELLE, CJ 1-4; POTTS, Josh 1-3; UTLEY, Jonathan 0-minus 1. FUMBLES: Union College-None. UT Martin-None. Union College (1-2) vs. UT Martin (1-1) Date: Sep 15, 2011 Site: Martin, Tenn. Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 2431

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Murray State UT Martin Sept. 22, 2011 26 48

The University of Tennessee at Martin scored 28 first-quarter points en route to a convincing 48-26 victory over No. 24 Murray State Thursday night at Hardy M. Graham Stadium. Junior running back Jason McNair rushed for 104 yards and three touchdowns, while junior Tevin Barksdale rushed for 118 yards and two touchdowns. The Skyhawks piled up 272 yards of rushing. Junior quarterback Derek Car completed 20-of-33 passes without an interception for 255 yards and one touchdown. The Skyhawks, ranked second in the nation in total offense and fifth in scoring offense, had 572 total yards of offense against the Racers who have not given up more than 324 yards of offense in their previous three games. Box Score (Final) In three games this season, two against ranked The Automated ScoreBook #24 Murray State vs UT Martin (Sep 22, 2011 at Martin, Tenn.) opponents (Jacksonville State and Murray State) the Score by Quarters 1 2 3 yards, 4 Total Skyhawks have rushed for 746 an average of 248 Murray State 0 9 10 7 26 yards UT Martin a game. 28 3 14 3 48
Qtr 1st Time 11:35 08:52 04:41 00:41 2nd 11:46 06:54 04:03 3rd 12:43 05:44 00:43 00:28 4th 13:25 06:34

McNair scored all three of his touchdowns in the first quarter. He scored on runs of 11, 12 and 11 yards. Barksdale scored on a 6-yard run in the first quarter and then on a 7-yard run in the third quarter. The Skyhawks also took advantage of running backs DJ McNeil and AJ Williams. Fifty-three of the Skyhawks 86 plays were on the ground. The Skyhawks also stopped the potent Murray State offense led by national player of the week Casey Brockman who threw for 600 yards and seven touchdowns a week ago against Tennessee State. The Skyhawks held Brockman to 240 yards of passing and one touchdown. The junior quarterback completed 27-of-38 passes, but he was sacked twice. Murray States rushing attack also suffered because of the Skyhawk defense. The Racers gained 168 yards of rushing and one touchdown.

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Scoring play UTM - McNAIR, Jason 11 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 9-63 3:25 UTM - McNAIR, Jason 12 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 5-32 1:39 UTM - BARKSDALE, Tevi 6 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 7-91 2:15 UTM - McNAIR, Jason 11 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 8-52 2:18 MUR - HARRIS, Mike 9 yd run (CULLEN, Kienan kick failed), 3-19 0:33 MUR - CULLEN, Kienan 31 yd field goal, 9-69 3:22 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 20 yd field goal, 8-52 2:46 MUR - CULLEN, Kienan 27 yd field goal, 7-74 2:12 UTM - BARKSDALE, Tevi 7 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 10-80 3:47 UTM - SHIVER, Stephen 36 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 6-84 2:56 MUR - BRADY, Duane 98 yd kickoff return (CULLEN, Kienan kick) UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 20 yd field goal, 8-36 2:03 MUR - DURRANTE, Dexte 8 yd pass from BROCKMAN, Casey (CULLEN, Kienan kick), 7-68 2:26 MUR 17 28-168 240 38-27-0 66-408 0-0 2-30 8-174 0-0 5-38.2 2-2 9-73 25:06 3 of 13 0 of 2 4-5 0-0 UTM 27 53-272 255 33-20-0 86-527 0-0 2-28 4-65 0-0 5-35.2 1-0 8-74 34:54 3 of 15 2 of 4 7-7 2-8

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: Murray State-HARRIS, Mike 15-121; BROCKMAN, Casey 10-30; BEAUFORD, Hanni 1-15; BRADY, Duane 2-2. UT Martin-BARKSDALE, Tevi 14-118; McNAIR, Jason 23-104; WILLIAMS, AJ 6-23; BARFIELD, Kevin 1-21; McNEIL, DJ 6-16; CARR, Derek 2-minus 4; HOOK, Joe 1-minus 6. PASSING: Murray State-BROCKMAN, Casey 27-38-0-240. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 20-33-0-255. RECEIVING: Murray State-BEAUFORD, Hanni 6-64; BARNETT, Dexter 5-47; POWELL, Walter 4-58; BRACKETT, Arthu 4-35; DURRANTE, Dexte 4-12; HARRIS, Mike 2-6; BRADY, Duane 1-9; MITCHELL, Ricky 1-9. UT Martin-SHIVER, Stephen 6-86; SIMS, Quentin 4-81; BARFIELD, Kevin 4-23; JORDAN, Corey 3-26; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-23; McNAIR, Jason 1-11; JONES, Kenny 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Murray State-None. UT Martin-None. FUMBLES: Murray State-BARNETT, Dexter 1-1; BROCKMAN, Casey 1-1. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 1-0. Murray State (2-2,1-1) vs. UT Martin (2-1,1-1) Date: Sep 22, 2011 Site: Martin, Tenn. Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 5281 Kickoff time: 6:17 pm End of Game: 9:33 pm Total elapsed time: 3:16 Officials: Referee: Matt Young; Umpire: John Graham; Linesman: Steve Swift; Line judge: Craig Dunn; Back judge: Drew Myers; Field judge: Pat Pownall;

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Tennessee Tech UT Martin Oct 1, 2011
UT Martin defensive lineman Darrin Nalls picked off his first career pass on Techs next drive, but the Skyhawks failed to capitalize again. Instead of going forward, the Skyhawks lost 14 yards on the play and were once against called for a personal foul. Junior Derek Carr was forced to punt on fourth-and-24 from midfield. Lamb engineered a six-play drive that covered 78 yards in two minutes. He capped the drive off with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Zack Ziegler with 1:25 left in the game. Zach Sharp added the point after to give the visiting Golden Eagles a 34-31 come-from-behind victory over the Skyhawks. With the loss the Skyhawks fall to 2-2 on the season and 1-2 in the OVC race. Tech improves to 4-1 on the year and is now 3-0 in the league. Barksdale led the Skyhawks with 16 carries for 87 yards and two touchdowns, while senior wide receiver Stephen Shiver had five catches for 95 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore Kevin Barfield returned a first quarter kickoff 99 yards to give the Skyhawks an early 7-3 lead. Barfield had 196 all-purpose yards in the game.

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Visiting Tennessee Tech scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to win a back-and-forth, see-saw Ohio Valley Conference football game Saturday night at Hardy M. Graham Stadium. Trailing 24-20 as the fourth quarter opened, Tennessee Tech needed four plays, capped off by a Tre Lamb 1-yard touchdown run, to take a 27-24 lead with 13:13 to play in the game. The Skyhawks answered with a nine-play drive that covered 70 yards in a little less than three minutes. Junior tailback Tevin Barksdale scored on a 2-yard run to give the Skyhawks a 31-27 advantage with 10:16 to play. Despite a pass interference penalty, UT Martin stopped Tech on five plays and forced the Golden Eagles to punt. The Skyhawks took control on their own 27 yard Box Score (Final) line with 8:24 to play, but the drive didnt pay off. The The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Tech UT Martin twice (Oct 01, 2011 at Martin, Tenn.) Skyhawks werevs penalized for 20 yards on the Score by Quarters 1 were 2 penalized 3 4 Total drive. The Skyhawks 13 times in the Tennessee Tech 3 10 7 14 34 game for 142 yards.7 10 UT Martin 7 7 31
Qtr Time 1st 06:07 05:54 2nd 09:41 06:54 03:15 00:24 3rd 14:30 04:27 4th 13:13 10:16 01:25

Scoring play TTU - SHARP, Zach 19 yd field goal, 8-71 2:46 UTM - BARFIELD, Kevin 99 yd kickoff return (SANDLIN, Cody kick) UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 32 yd field goal, 6-44 1:41 TTU - SHARP, Zach 28 yd field goal, 8-69 2:47 TTU - BENFORD, Tim 72 yd pass from LAMB, Tre (SHARP, Zach kick), 1-72 1:56 UTM - SHIVER, Stephen 16 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 4-51 0:17 UTM - BARKSDALE, Tevi 3 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 3-24 0:29 TTU - WATSON, Corey 28 yd interception return (SHARP, Zach kick) TTU - LAMB, Tre 1 yd run (SHARP, Zach kick), 9-53 4:12 UTM - BARKSDALE, Tevi 2 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 9-70 2:50 TTU - ZIEGLER, Zack 14 yd pass from LAMB, Tre (SHARP, Zach kick), 6-78 1:53 TTU 21 42-180 227 31-14-2 73-407 0-0 1-0 4-72 3-30 4-42.2 0-0 8-56 31:45 5 of 14 0 of 0 4-5 1-5 UTM 24 52-233 201 32-14-3 84-434 0-0 1-0 6-184 2-9 5-32.4 1-0 13-142 28:15 4 of 13 1 of 2 4-5 2-14

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RUSHING: Tennessee Tech-GAY, Dontey 17-83; LAMB, Tre 9-60; OLVERSON, Alden 1-23; GOLDEN, Bud 6-15; ZIEGLER, Zack 4-3; FORBES, Cody 3-0; TEAM 2-minus 4. UT Martin-BARKSDALE, Tevi 16-87; McNAIR, Jason 19-82; WILLIAMS, AJ 10-38; PERRY, Jarvis 2-20; CARR, Derek 4-7; BARFIELD, Kevin 1-minus 1. PASSING: Tennessee Tech-LAMB, Tre 14-31-2-227. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 13-31-3-184; McNAIR, Jason 1-1-0-17. RECEIVING: Tennessee Tech-ZIEGLER, Zack 6-77; STEVENS, Charli 3-59; BENFORD, Tim 2-79; WATSON, Corey 1-15; GAY, Dontey 1-2; GARRETT, Demetr 1-minus 5. UT Martin-SHIVER, Stephen 5-95; SIMS, Quentin 3-16; McNAIR, Jason 2-11; BARFIELD, Kevin 1-26; JORDAN, Corey 1-24; CARR, Derek 1-17; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-12. INTERCEPTIONS: Tennessee Tech-WATSON, Corey 1-28; MCINTOSH, Jake 1-7; MITCHELL, Caleb 1-minus 5. UT Martin-McCANN, Jarvis 1-9; NALLS, Darrin 1-0. FUMBLES: Tennessee Tech-None. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 1-0. Tennessee Tech (4-1,3-0) vs. UT Martin (2-2,1-2) 90 Date: Oct 01, 2011 Site: Martin, Tenn. Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 5631

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Austin Peay UT Martin Oct. 8, 2011
The Skyhawks led 34-14 at the half. Junior tight end Ben Everett missed the game because of an injury, but Carr had a plethora of receivers. Jones led all receivers with seven catches for 127 yards. Quentin Sims had five catches for 66 yards. Carr passed for 245 yards in the first half. He completed 15-of-23 passes without an interception. The Skyhawks only rushed for 80 yards in the first half and 165 yards in the game. Junior running back Tevin Barksdale scored the Skyhawks only rushing touchdown of the game in the first quarter, a 28-yard run with 12:22 on the clock. Junior tailback Jason McNair led the Skyhawks ground game with 15 carries for 54 yards. AJ Williams had 16 carries for 46 yards and Barksdale had five carries for 33 yards. The Skyhawks outscored Austin Peay 20-9 in the third quarter. Carr threw two more touchdown passes in the quarter and senior punt return specialist CJ Estelle returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown. The Skyhawks closed out their scoring with 12:43 to go in the game when Carr threw a 19 yard pass to sophomore DJ McNeil.

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Junior quarterback Derek Carr completed 24-of-36 passes for 387 yards and a school record six touchdown passes to lead The University of Tennessee at Martin to a 61-23 college football victory over visiting Austin Peay Saturday afternoon at Hardy M. Graham Stadium. Jake Ryan threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Scott Thomas with 5:42 remaining in the first half and Austin Peay claimed a 14-13 lead. And then the Skyhawks took charge. Carr threw his first touchdown pass of the game, a 51-yarder to senior Kenny Jones and junior kicker Cody Sandlin made it a one-point game, 14-13, with 3:22 to play in the half. Sandlin scored 13 points by kicking in the game and now has 113 career points. Sophomore Ben Johnson intercepted Ryan to set up Box (Final) theScore go-ahead touchdown for the Skyhawks, a 13-yard The Automated ScoreBook pass to senior Stephen A2011 fumble by Austin Peays Austin Peay vs UT Martin Shiver. (Oct 08, at Martin, Tenn.) Kamron Johnson led third touchdown pass of Score by Quarters 1 to Carrs 2 3 4 Total Austin Peay 7 7 9 0 23 the game, a 16-yard pass to Shiver. UT Martin 10 24 20 7 61
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RUSHING: Austin Peay-WHITE, Ryan 15-55; PEMBERTON, Ean 7-39; KITTS, Wesley 8-37; THOMAS, Scott 1-1; RYAN, Jake 2-minus 8. UT Martin-McNAIR, Jason 15-54; WILLIAMS, AJ 16-46; BARKSDALE, Tevi 5-33; McNEIL, DJ 6-25; HEWETT, Matt 1-7. PASSING: Austin Peay-RYAN, Jake 18-32-1-193. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 24-36-0-387; HARDEGREE, Bill 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Austin Peay-THOMAS, Scott 5-64; STARK, Devin 4-62; EMBRY, Jamaar 2-20; LEMON, Robert 1-11; JOHNSON, Kamron 1-11; CLENDENEN, Tyle 1-9; CLACK, Darryl 1-6; ROUSE, Preston 1-4; ADAMS, Ashlon 1-4; WHITE, Ryan 1-2. UT Martin-JONES, Kenny 7-127; SIMS, Quentin 5-79; BARFIELD, Kevin 5-66; SHIVER, Stephen 2-29; McNEIL, DJ 2-23; McNAIR, Jason 1-42; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-15; PERRY, Jarvis 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Austin Peay-None. UT Martin-JOHNSON, Ben 1-13. FUMBLES: Austin Peay-JOHNSON, Kamron 1-1. UT Martin-None. Austin Peay (2-3,2-1) vs. UT Martin (3-2,2-2) Date: Oct 08, 2011 Site: Martin, Tenn. Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 6143 Kickoff time: 2 p.m. End of Game: 5:11 pm Total elapsed time: 3:11 Officials: Referee: Jason McArthur; Umpire: Brian Davis; Linesman: Tom Danner; Line judge: Jeff Irwin; Back judge: Gregory Brey; Field judge: Burney Jenkins;

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The University of Tennessee at Martin scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter but came up short as South Alabama posted a 33-30 victory over the Skyhawks this afternoon at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Junior Quentin Sims caught three touchdown passes and had six receptions for 78 yards, while senior wide receiver Stephen Shiver had seven catches for 96 yards. The Skyhawks opened the fourth quarter barrage with a 38-yard field goal by junior Cody Sandlin. The field goal capped off a five -play drive that covered 40 yards in 1:10. The Skyhawk offense scored on its next possession, but rather than run the ball, junior quarterback Derek Carr engineered an air attack. Carr completed five passes, three to Shiver, and landed the drive on the South Alabama 10 yard line with four downs to score. Sophomore running back DJ McNiel tried to punch the ball in, but Carr found Sims open in the corner of the end zone with a 2-yard touchdown pass. With the score, the Skyhawks trailed 33-23 with 3:54 to play. Box Score (Final) The Skyhawk defense held South Alabama to three The Automated ScoreBook UT Martin vs South Alabama (Oct 2011 Mobile, Ala.) downs and took charge again on 15, their ownat 26 yard line with to play. Once Carr went to the air. This Score 2:07 by Quarters 1 again 2 3 4 Total
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time McNeil found paydirt on second-and-goal. Sandlin added the PAT, and with 22 seconds the Skyhawks only trailed 33-30. The Skyhawks tried the onside kick, but South Alabama came up with the ball and preserved their homecoming victory. South Alabama took advantage of two UT Martin turnovers, a Carr interception and a Tevin Barksdale fumble, in the third quarter and cruised to a 33-13 lead. Despite the two turnovers, the Skyhawks managed to march 80 yards on nine plays to score a touchdown with 6:02 on the clock. Carr completed a 10-yard pass to Quentin Sims for the score. The Jaguars used a nine-play drive that covered 80 yards to take a 13-7 lead. Demetre Baker scored on a 7-yard run. South Alabama closed out the first half with a 21-yard field goal. The Skyhawks took a 7-6 lead in the game when Shiver threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Sims. Sandlin added the PAT. The touchdown was Shivers first career completion.

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RUSHING: UT Martin-McNEIL, DJ 8-40; McNAIR, Jason 7-37; BARKSDALE, Tevi 5-34; PERRY, Jarvis 1-6; CARR, Derek 2-4; WILLIAMS, AJ 2-4; TEAM 1-minus 11. South Alabama-Kndall Houston 16-85; Demetre Baker 12-51; Myles Gibbon 2-10; J.J. Keels 5-3; Ellis Hill 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 1; C.J. Bennett 10-minus 2; Brynt Lavender 1-minus 3. PASSING: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 18-32-1-177; SHIVER, Stephen 1-1-0-34. South Alabama-C.J. Bennett 12-19-0-179. RECEIVING: UT Martin-SHIVER, Stephen 7-96; SIMS, Quentin 6-78; BARFIELD, Kevin 2-25; PERRY, Jarvis 2-15; McNAIR, Jason 2-minus 3. South Alabama-Corey Besteda 3-64; Lmntis Gardner 3-40; Kevin Helms 2-44; Jereme Jones 2-18; Corey Waldon 1-16; Demetre Baker 1-minus 3. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Martin-None. South Alabama-Gabe Loper 1-27. FUMBLES: UT Martin-TEAM 1-0; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-1. South Alabama-Demetre Baker 1-0.

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UT Martin Eastern Illinois Oct. 22, 2011
receiver Quentin Sims with 2:36 to play in the first half. Eastern Illinois opened the third quarter with a nine The University of Tennessee at Martin relied on play scoring drive highlighted by quarterback Jimmy big plays and a key defensive stand to salvage a 24-23 Garoppolos 14-yard touchdown pass to Von Wise. victory over host Eastern Illinois. The Skyhawks used another big play to answer The UT Martin defense stopped Eastern Illinois the EIU score. Sophomore Bobby Ellis blocked Scott quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo on fourth-and-two when Weatherfords punt and the Skyhawks scored four plays junior Jarvis McCann forced the sophomore quarterback later when junior tailback Tevin Barksdale found paydirt to fumble the ball. Junior Darrin Nalls recovered the on a 1-yard run. Sandlin added the PAT and the Skyhawks loose ball and the Skyhawks were able to run out the led 17-13. final 1:42 of the game. Garoppolo completed 27-of-36 The Panthers answered the Skyhawks quickly. passes for 294 yards and three touchdowns. Garoppolo connected with Sam Hendricks for a 12-yard UT Martin junior Montori Hughes led the Skyhawk touchdown pass, and the Panthers led 20-17 with 13:22 defense with 10 tackles, one sack, 5.5 tackles for loss, a to play in the game. forced fumble and a fumble recovery. The Skyhawks took advantage of sophomore Corey UT Martin only ran 13 plays for 35 total yards in the Jordans 50-yard kickoff return to respond to the first quarter before erupting for 137 yards and 10 points Panthers this time. Sims hauled in a 12-yard pass from in the second quarter. Skyhawk junior Cody Sandlins Carr. Sandlin added the PAT and the Skyhawks led 24-20 29-yard field goal with 12:31 to play capped an 11-play with 11:02 to play. drive that covered 48 yards put the Skyhawks on the The Skyhawks managed to hold the Panthers to a field scoreboard. However, EIU led 7-3. goal on their ensuing possession. Garoppolo threw three The Skyhawks then capitalized on an Eastern Illinois Box Score (Final) incomplete passes inside the Skyhawks 38 yard line. turnover. Hughes recovered an EIU fumble and the The Automated ScoreBook Cameron Berras 24-yard field goal cut the Skyhawks lead UT Martin vs Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011 at Charleston, Ill.) Skyhawks went 62 yards in six plays. Derek Carr capped to one, 24-23, with 7:56 to play. off the drive with a 24-yard touchdown pass to wide
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Scoring play EIU - WRIGHT 25 yd pass from GAROPPOLO (BERRA kick), 9-54 4:34 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 29 yd field goal, 11-48 4:04 UTM - SIMS, Quentin 24 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 6-62 2:31 EIU - WISE 14 yd pass from GAROPPOLO (WEATHERFORD rush failed), 9-55 4:41 UTM - BARKSDALE, Tevi 1 yd run (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 4-25 1:34 EIU - HENDRICKS 12 yd pass from GAROPPOLO (BERRA kick), 12-71 6:46 UTM - SIMS, Quentin 12 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 5-26 2:12 EIU - BERRA 24 yd field goal, 7-31 2:56 UTM 13 34-154 124 21-12-0 55-278 0-0 1-0 5-101 0-0 6-36.0 1-1 4-35 21:35 4 of 12 1 of 1 3-3 3-20 EIU 18 34--5 294 36-27-0 70-289 0-0 1-0 4-86 0-0 5-27.0 3-2 3-20 36:42 9 of 17 1 of 2 3-3 1-4

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RUSHING: UT Martin-McNAIR, Jason 17-111; BARKSDALE, Tevi 12-38; CARR, Derek 3-4; PERRY, Jarvis 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 2. Eastern Illinois-WALKER 12-26; WOODSON 6-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 4; LERA 5-minus 12; GAROPPOLO 9-minus 13. PASSING: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 12-21-0-124. Eastern Illinois-GAROPPOLO 27-36-0-294. RECEIVING: UT Martin-SIMS, Quentin 4-57; PERRY, Jarvis 3-19; JONES, Kenny 2-30; SHIVER, Stephen 2-13; JORDAN, Corey 1-5. Eastern Illinois-WHITTAKER 7-56; WRIGHT 5-65; HENDRICKS 5-42; WISE 4-26; DRAKE 2-28; WATKINS 1-29; WALKER 1-24; LERA 1-17; RYKARD 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Martin-None. Eastern Illinois-None. FUMBLES: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 1-1. Eastern Illinois-GAROPPOLO 2-1; LERA 1-1. UT Martin (4-3,3-2) vs. Eastern Illinois (1-7,0-6) Date: Oct 22, 2011 Site: Charleston, Ill. Stadium: O'Brien Field Attendance: 6832

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Southeast Missouri UT Martin Oct. 29, 2011
Scheible to Art Mueller to cut the lead to 28-9 at the half. Scheible and Southeast Missouri staged a second half comeback that started on the Skyhawks first possession of the second half when Bryan Blanfort intercepted Carr. SE Missouri State marched 71 yards in 14 plays and ate almost 10 minutes of the third quarter. The drive was capped off by Ron Colemans 5-yard touchdown run. UT Martin countered with 10 points in the fourth quarter. McNeil scored his second touchdown of the game on a 2-yard run with 14:04 to play in the game. And the Skyhawks led 35-16. However, SE Missouri State relied on Scheible who threw two more touchdown passes in the quarter. Scheible completed 15-of-32 passes without an interception for 200 yards. SE Missouri piled up 392 yards of offense. Despite the stellar offensive play of Scheible, UT Martin was able to seal the win when junior Cody Sandlin kicked a 29-yard field goal with 5:31 to play in the game. Scheibles final touchdown pass, an 11-yard completion to Spencer Davis, cut the Skyhawks lead to 38-30, with 3:57 to play.

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The University of Tennessee at Martin scored 28 first-half points and held on to beat Southeast Missouri State, 3830, Saturday afternoon at Hardy M. Graham Stadium. Junior running back Tevin Barksdale rushed for 135 yards and one touchdown. Barksdale scored on a 64-yard run with 10:45 to play in the first quarter. Sophomore DJ McNeil also scored on a one-yard run to cap off a nine-play, 51-yard drive, and the Skyhawks led 14-0 with 6:01 to play in the first quarter. The Skyhawks rushed for 138 yards on 21 carries in the first half and finished the game with 207 yards. The Skyhawks stacked up 366 total yards of offense. The Skyhawks scored two touchdowns in the second quarter. Junior quarterback Derek Carr threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Quentin Sims and a 16-yard TD strike to Kenny Jones. completed 16-of-24 passes with an interception Box Carr Score (Final) The forAutomated 159 yards.ScoreBook Southeast Missouri vs UT Martin (Oct 29, 2011 at Martin, Tenn.) Southeast Missouri answered this time with a 50Score by Quarters 2 3 4 Total yard field goal and 1 a 2-yard pass from quarterback Matt Southeast Missouri 0 9 7 14 30
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RUSHING: Southeast Missouri-SCHEIBLE, Matt 20-85; COBB, AJ 13-46; COLEMAN, Ron 7-29; CELESTIN, R. 4-21; DAVIS, Spencer 2-11. UT Martin-BARKSDALE, Tevi 16-135; WILLIAMS, AJ 8-28; CARR, Derek 4-26; McNAIR, Jason 11-19; McNEIL, DJ 2-3; TEAM 2-minus 4. PASSING: Southeast Missouri-SCHEIBLE, Matt 15-32-0-200. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 16-24-1-159. RECEIVING: Southeast Missouri-DAVIS, Spencer 4-53; FOSTER, D.J. 3-27; CELESTIN, R. 2-18; AHAMEFULE, C. 2-11; BELL, Matt 1-47; GOODLITT, Marq 1-25; COBB, AJ 1-17; MUELLER, Art 1-2. UT Martin-SIMS, Quentin 6-59; JONES, Kenny 5-55; SHIVER, Stephen 2-23; WILLIAMS, AJ 1-10; PERRY, Jarvis 1-10; McNAIR, Jason 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Southeast Missouri-BLANFORT, Bryan 1-minus 4. UT Martin-None. FUMBLES: Southeast Missouri-None. UT Martin-SIMS, Quentin 1-0. Southeast Missouri (2-6,2-4) vs. UT Martin (5-3,4-2) Date: Oct 29, 2011 Site: Martin, Tenn. Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 3349

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UT Martin Mississippi State Nov. 5, 2011
Skyhawk defense with 13 tackles and an interception. Skyhawks kept things close in the second quarter, only giving up one touchdown while closing out the half with a 31-yard field goal by Sandlin. The Skyhawks managed to gain 91 yards of offense, most of it coming from Carr who completed 5-of-7 passes for 53 yards. The Bulldogs scored their lone touchdown of the quarter when Relf completed a 27-yard pass to Clark. UT Martin gained 142 yards of offense on 23 plays and attempted a 33-yard field goal after marching 70 yards on its first possession of the game. MSUs Vick Ballard scored the first Bulldog touchdown on a 5-yard run. The Bulldogs took advantage of the replay camera and appealed a call. Officials determined that the ball was caught, and the Bulldogs picked up a key first down in Skyhawk territory. Instead of a fourthand-ten, the Bulldogs came away with a first-and-ten at the Skyhawks 44 yard line. Johnthan Banks returned a Skyhawk punt 65 yards to give the Bulldogs a 14-0 advantage and then Chad Bumphis scored on a 78-yard pass from Tyler Russell to close out the quarter with a 21-0 lead.

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Mississippi State took advantage of Skyhawk miscues and made big plays en route to a 55-17 homecoming victory at Davis-Wade Stadium. Senior Kenny Jones was one of those players who was able to execute. The H-back scored two touchdowns in the game. He scored one in the fourth quarter when he caught an 8-yard pass from quarterback Derek Carr with 4:16 left in the game. Jones first touchdown came in the third quarter on a 2-yard run to cap off a 13-play 71-yard drive. Junior kicker Cody Sandlin added the PAT. Sandlin also kicked a 31 yard field goal to end the first half. The Skyhawks managed to rush for 269 total yards and piled up 454 yards against the No. 15 defense in the nation. Mississippi State had 570 yards of offense, 288 Box Score (Final) rushing and 282 passing. Vick Ballard rushed for two The Automated ScoreBook UT Martin vs Mississippi (Nov 05, 2011 atArceto Starkville, Miss.) touchdowns and 102 State yards on 11 carries. Clark had by five catches for twoTotal touchdowns. Score Quarters 1 96 yards 2 3and 4 UT Martin 0 3 7 7 17 UT Martin walk-on linebacker Ben Johnson led the Mississippi State 21 7 14 13 55
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RUSHING: UT Martin-McNAIR, Jason 27-122; McNEIL, DJ 13-82; BARKSDALE, Tevi 6-53; CARR, Derek 1-7; JONES, Kenny 2-5. Mississippi State-Vick Ballard 11-102; Nick Griffin 10-80; L. Perkins 7-45; Jameon Lewis 3-26; Chris Relf 4-22; Dylan Favre 1-12; Tyler Russell 1-3; Robert Elliott 1-0; Chad Bumphis 1-minus 1; Robert Johnson 1-minus 1. PASSING: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 19-31-0-167; McNAIR, Jason 1-1-0-18; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Mississippi State-Tyler Russell 9-18-1-183; Chris Relf 5-6-0-61; Dylan Favre 3-4-0-38; Chad Bumphis 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: UT Martin-SIMS, Quentin 6-53; McNAIR, Jason 4-18; JONES, Kenny 3-26; SHIVER, Stephen 2-44; THOMPSON, Chris 2-22; EVERETT, Ben 1-13; McNEIL, DJ 1-5; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-4. Mississippi State-Arceto Clark 5-96; Chad Bumphis 4-89; Chris Smith 3-47; Ricco Sanders 2-18; Robert Johnson 1-20; Brandon Heavens 1-12; S. Hemphill 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Martin-JOHNSON, Ben 1-0. Mississippi State-None. FUMBLES: UT Martin-McNEIL, DJ 1-0; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-1. Mississippi State-Tyler Russell 1-0. UT Martin (5-4,4-2) vs. Mississippi State (5-4,1-4) Date: Nov 05, 2011 Site: Starkville, Miss. Stadium: Davis Wade Stadium Attendance: 55096

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UT Martin Tennessee State Nov. 12, 2011
yards of passing in the first half, while the Skyhawk running game struggled. The Skyhawks managed just 44 yards of rushing on 16 carries in the first half. The Skyhawks finished the game with 108 yards of rushing on 26 attempts. Tennessee State scored two unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter and then opened the second half by scoring on its first two drives to take a 28-17 lead into the fourth quarter. The Skyhawks opened the fourth quarter with a fiveplay drive that covered 59 yards in 2:02. Carr completed a 26-yard pass to senior Kenny Jones to cut the TSU lead to four points, 28-24. TSU put the game out of reach, 35-24, when Trabis Ward scored on a 2-yard run with 4:43 to play. Ward finished the game with two touchdowns and 180 yards of rushing on 28 attempts. Carr cut the lead to five points when he threw an 11 yard TD to sophomore Corey Jordan. The two-point conversion failed and the Skyhawks trailed 35-30. Sophomore James Satterfields onside kick work to perfection but the Skyhawks could get a first down to extend the drive.

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Junior quarterback Derek Carr threw four touchdown passes, including two in the fourth quarter, and passed for 329 yards Saturday night against host Tennessee State at LP Field, but it wasnt enough to overcome the Tigers on homecoming. Tennessee State claimed a 35-30 victory. Carr completed 25-of-43 passes without an interception for 329 yards. However after a successful on side kick with 2:55 to play in the game, Carr completed his first two passes of the potential game-winning drive, but came up empty on his next three passes. Tennessee State was able to run the clock out and claim the victory. With the four touchdown passes Carr needs just two more touchdown passes this season to pass Cade Thompson for the most TD passes thrown in one season (24). Carr started early in the game by throwing two Box Score (Final) The Automated ScoreBook touchdown passes in the first quarter. He completed 6-ofUT Martin vs Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011 at Nashville, Tenn.) 10 passes for 94 yards in the quarter and the Skyhawks Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 scored 17 unanswered points. Carr hadTotal racked up 198 UT Martin 17 0 0 13 30
Tennessee State 0 14 14 7 35
Qtr Time 1st 10:16 08:18 01:58 2nd 08:30 00:01 3rd 06:34 01:22 4th 14:13 04:43 02:58

Scoring play UTM - SIMS, Quentin 12 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 9-61 2:45 UTM - SHIVER, Stephen 16 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 3-9 1:53 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 28 yd field goal, 9-50 3:16 TSU - JAMES,Travis 4 yd pass from GERMAN,Mike (GODFREY,Jamin kick), 6-81 2:01 TSU - SAMUELS,Wesley 2 yd pass from GERMAN,Mike (GODFREY,Jamin kick), 7-74 1:18 TSU - WARD,Trabis 1 yd run (GODFREY,Jamin kick), 13-85 7:24 TSU - JAMES,Travis 77 yd pass from GERMAN,Mike (GODFREY,Jamin kick), 3-80 1:25 UTM - JONES, Kenny 26 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 5-59 2:02 TSU - WARD,Trabis 2 yd run (GODFREY,Jamin kick), 9-84 4:27 UTM - JORDAN, Corey 11 yd pass from CARR, Derek (McNEIL, DJ rush failed), 6-69 1:39 UTM 22 26-108 329 43-25-0 69-437 0-0 1--11 4-51 0-0 6-31.8 0-0 3-20 27:34 7 of 15 0 of 1 4-4 1-3 TSU 18 41-253 263 25-16-0 66-516 0-0 1-5 6-46 0-0 5-42.2 3-2 5-42 32:26 8 of 14 0 of 0 4-4 1-1

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: UT Martin-BARFIELD, Kevin 2-28; BARKSDALE, Tevi 8-25; McNAIR, Jason 10-24; McNEIL, DJ 4-22; CARR, Derek 2-9. Tennessee State-WARD,Trabis 26-180; THOMAS,Dante' 8-51; GERMAN,Mike 4-27; TEAM 3-minus 5. PASSING: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 25-43-0-329. Tennessee State-GERMAN,Mike 16-25-0-263. RECEIVING: UT Martin-SIMS, Quentin 11-144; McNAIR, Jason 4-22; SHIVER, Stephen 3-56; JONES, Kenny 3-49; JORDAN, Corey 3-23; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-35. Tennessee State-JAMES,Travis 4-152; WILSON,Devin 3-72; WARD,Trabis 2-20; SEARS,JeMarc 2-8; SAMUELS,Wesley 2-2; PRYOR,Jeremy 1-4; McNAIRL,Calvin 1-4; GLEAVES,Johntae 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Martin-None. Tennessee State-None.

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FUMBLES: UT Martin-None. Tennessee State-GARLINGTON,Weld 1-1; GERMAN,Mike 1-0; TEAM 1-1. UT Martin (5-5,4-3) vs. Tennessee State (5-5,4-3) Date: Nov 12, 2011 Site: Nashville, Tenn. Stadium: LP Field

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Eastern Kentucky took advantage of two turnovers in The Skyhawks tied the score at 16-all when junior the final 1:30 of the game to claim a 23-16 victory over quarterback Derek Carr threw a 44-yard touchdown pass The University of Tennessee at Martin. to wide receiver Quentin Sims. Cody Sandlins PAT was The Skyhawks finish the season with a 5-6 overall no good. record and a 4-4 Ohio Valley Conference worksheet. Carr was 13-of-31 with two interceptions in the game The Skyhawks managed to tie the game at 16-all after for 169 yards. He also threw a 62-yard touchdown pass trailing 13-0 with 13:40 to play in the second quarter, to Stephen Shiver. Sandlin tied a school record in the but Eastern Kentucky scored the go ahead touchdown second quarter with a 53 yard field goal. with 1:08 to play when Matt Denham scored on a 7-yard The Skyhawks fumbled three times in the game and run. Luke Pray added the PAT. lost two of the three. EKUs Anthony Brown forced UT Martin running back On defense, the Skyhawks blocked two EKU field Tevin Barksdale to fumble and Emory Attig recovered goals. Senior Josh Cody blocked Prays third quarter the loose ball at the UT Martin 23 yard line. 35-yard attempt to set up Shivers touchdown and Julius Denham picked up 16 yards on the first down play McNair blocked Prays 37-yard attempt with 7:35 to play and scored the game-winning TD on his next attempt. in the game. the(Final) ensuing possession, UT Martin quarterback Sophomore Ben Johnson led the Skyhawks with 15 Box On Score The Automated ScoreBook Derek Carr was sacked by Brown and fumbled the ball. tackles and 2.5 TFL. UT Martin vs Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011 at Richmond, Ky.) Attig recovered the fumble and the host Colonels ran Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total the clock out and guaranteed themselves at least a share UT Martin 0 3 7 6 16 of the OVC championship. Eastern Kentucky 10 3 0 10 23
Qtr Time 1st 11:43 07:04 2nd 13:40 09:30 3rd 08:19 4th 11:49 02:43 01:08 Scoring play EKU - PRAY, Luke 19 yd field goal, 4-6 0:59 EKU - GOARD, Tyrone 32 yd pass from PRYOR, T.J. (PRAY, Luke kick), 5-74 2:50 EKU - PRAY, Luke 24 yd field goal, 14-50 5:55 UTM - SANDLIN, Cody 53 yd field goal, 4-1 1:02 UTM - SHIVER, Stephen 62 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 3-81 1:08 EKU - PRAY, Luke 45 yd field goal, 4-4 1:47 UTM - SIMS, Quentin 44 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick failed), 8-69 2:00 EKU - DENHAM, Matt 7 yd run (PRAY, Luke kick), 2-23 0:16 UTM 14 30-112 169 33-13-2 63-281 0-0 0-0 3-58 0-0 5-33.6 3-2 8-70 21:54 5 of 15 1 of 1 0-1 2-12 EKU 21 59-207 157 18-10-0 77-364 0-0 2-15 3-59 2-49 4-35.5 1-0 4-30 38:06 3 of 15 0 of 1 3-6 1-8

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: UT Martin-BARKSDALE, Tevi 10-77; McNAIR, Jason 10-21; JONES, Kenny 2-6; JORDAN, Corey 1-3; McNEIL, DJ 2-2; PERRY, Jarvis 1-2; CARR, Derek 3-1; TEAM 1-0. Eastern Kentucky-DENHAM, Matt 41-188; GOARD, Tyrone 1-10; RUTLEDGE, J. 1-7; LUMPKIN, Kyle 1-3; BANJOMAN, H.B. 3-1; PRYOR, T.J. 10-0; TEAM 2-minus 2. PASSING: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 13-31-2-169; McNAIR, Jason 0-1-0-0; SHIVER, Stephen 0-1-0-0. Eastern Kentucky-PRYOR, T.J. 10-18-0-157. RECEIVING: UT Martin-SIMS, Quentin 5-75; SHIVER, Stephen 4-80; JORDAN, Corey 1-6; JONES, Kenny 1-4; McNAIR, Jason 1-2; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-2. Eastern Kentucky-BAILEY, Cameron 3-43; GOARD, Tyrone 2-44; LENGEL, Matt 2-43; WATTS, Nathan 1-22; RUTLEDGE, J. 1-3; BANJOMAN, H.B. 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Martin-None. Eastern Kentucky-HAMLIN, Kevin 2-49. FUMBLES: UT Martin-CARR, Derek 2-1; BARKSDALE, Tevi 1-1. Eastern Kentucky-PRYOR, T.J. 1-0. UT Martin (5-6,4-4) vs. Eastern Kentucky (7-4,6-2) Date: Nov 19, 2011 Site: Richmond, Ky. Stadium: Roy Kidd Stadium Attendance: 3300

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Date *Sep 01, 2011 Sep 15, 2011 *Sep 22, 2011 *Oct 01, 2011 *Oct 08, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 *Oct 22, 2011 *Oct 29, 2011 Nov 05, 2011 *Nov 12, 2011 *Nov 19, 2011

Results

Opponent At #9 Jacksonville State L UNION COLLEGE W #24 MURRAY STATE W TENNESSEE TECH L AUSTIN PEAY W at South Alabama L at Eastern Illinois W SOUTHEAST MISSOURI W at Mississippi State L at Tennessee State L at Eastern Kentucky L

Score 23-24 63-0 48-26 31-34 61-23 30-33 24-23 38-30 17-55 30-35 16-23

Overall 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6

Conference 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-4

Time 3:12 3:02 3:16 3:30 3:11 3:34 3:00 2:53 3:18 3:05 2:45

Attend 17919 2431 5281 5631 6143 24582 6832 3349 55096 19537 3300

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Team Stats

The Automated ScoreBook UT Martin Overall Team Statistics (as of Mar 26, 2012) All games OPP 306 27.8 207 OPP100 306 89 OPP 18 27.8 306 1733 207 27.8 100 2054 207 89321 100 18 89446 1733 18 3.9 2054 1733 157.5 321 2054 14 446 321 2306 3.9 446 180-310-6 157.5 3.9 14 7.4 157.5 2306 12.8 14 180-310-6 209.6 2306 7.4 22 180-310-6 12.8 4039 7.4 209.6 12.8756 22 209.6 5.3 4039 22 367.2 756 4039 58-958 5.3 756 21-158 367.2 5.3 10-109 58-958 367.2 21-158 16.5 58-958 10-109 21-158 7.5 16.5 10.9 10-109 7.5 16.5 14-8 10.9 7.5 67-554 14-8 10.9 50.4 67-554 14-8 57-2186 50.4 67-554 38.4 57-2186 50.4 31.3 38.4 57-2186 31.3 31:53 38.4 31 :53 59/161 31.3 59/161 37% 31:53 37% 59/161 7/16 7/16 37% 44% 44% 7/16 5-20 5-20 44% 0 0 5-20 39 39 0 12-20 12-20 39 1-3 1-3 12-20 36-41 88% 36-41 88% 1-3 26-41 63% 26-41 63% 36-41 88% 34-37 92% 26-41 63% 34-37 92% 127266 34-37 92% 127266 6/21211 127266 6/21211 0/0 6/21211 0/0
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Team Statistics UTM The Automated ScoreBook SCORING 381 Martin Overall Team Statistics (as of Mar 26, 2012) The Automated ScoreBook Points Per UT Game 34.6 All games UT Martin Overall Team Statistics (as of Mar 26, 2012) FIRST DOWNS 241 All games Rushin g 104 Team Statistics UTM Passing 124 SCORING 381 Team Statistics UTM PPoints enaltyPer Game 13 34.6 SCORING 381 RUSHING YARDAGE 2108 FIRST DOWNS 241 Points Per Game 34.6 RushiDOWNS n g 104 Yards gained rushing 2270 FIRST 241 P ii n g 124 Yards lost 162 Ra us ss h n g rushing 104 P ailn ty 13 Rushing 438 Pe an ss g Attempts 124 RUSHING YARDAGE 2108 Penalty Per 13 Average Rush 4.8 Yards gained rushing 2270 RUSHING YARDAGE 2108 Average Per Game 191.6 Yards lost rushing 162 Yards gained rushing 2270 20 TDs Rushing Rushing Attempts 438 Yards lost rushing 162 PASSING 2591 AverageYARDAGE Per Rush 4.8 Rushing Attempts 438 C o m p A t t I n t 205-355-10 Average Per 191.6 Average Per Game Rush 4.8 Average Per Pass 7.3 TDs Rushing 20 Average Per Game 191.6 PASSING YARDAGE 2591 Average Per Catch 12.6 TDs Rushing 20 Comp-AtYARDAGE t-Int 205-355-10 Average Per Game 235.5 PASSING 2591 Average Per Pass 7.3 27 TDs Passing C om p-Att -Int 205-355-10 Average Per Catch 12.6 TOTAL OFFENSE 4699 Average Per Pass 7.3 Average Per Game 235.5 Average Per Catch 12.6 Total Plays 793 TDs Passing 27 Average Per Per Play Game 235.5 Average 5.9 TOTAL OFFENSE 4699 TDs Passing 27 Average Per Game 427.2 Total Plays 793 TOTAL OFFENSE #-Yards 4699 KICK RETURNS: 42-794 Average Per Play 5.9 Total Plays 793 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 22-320 Average Per Game 427.2 Average Per Play 5.9 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 6-28 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 42-794 Average Per Game 427.2 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 22-320 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 18.9 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 42-794 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 6-28 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 14.5 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 22-320 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 18.9 INT AVERAGE 4.7 INTRETURN RETURNS: #-Yards 6-28 PUNT RETURN RETURN AVERAGE AVERAGE 14.5 KICK 18.9 FUMBLES-LOST 12-6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 4.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 14.5 PENALTIES-Yards 86-777 FUMBLES-LOST 12-6 INT RETURN 4.7 Average PerAVERAGE Game 70.6 PENALTIES-Yards 86-777 FUMBLES-LOST 12-6 PUNTS-Yards 51-1882 Average Per Game 70.6 PENALTIES-Yards 86-777 Average Per Punt 36.9 PUNTS-Yards 51-1882 Average Per Game 70.6 Net punt Per average 32.6 Average Punt 36.9 PUNTS-Yards 51-1882 Net OF punt average 32.6 TIME POSSESSION/Game 27:30 Average Per Punt 36.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 271/158 7 :30 3RD-DOWN Conversions Net punt average 32.6 3RD-DOWN Conversions 71/158 3rd-Down Pct 45% TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 27:3 0 3rd-Down Pct 45% 3RD-DOWN Conversions Conversions 71/158 4TH-DOWN 8/14 4TH-DOWN Conversions 8/14 3rd-Down Pct 45% 4th-Down 57% 4th-Down Pct 57% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 8/14 SACKS BY-Yards 20-124 SACKS BY-Yards 20-124 4th-Down Pct 57% -7 MISC YARDS MISC YARDS -7 SACKS BY-Yards 20-124 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 49 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 49 MISC YARDS -7 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 14-17 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 14-17 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 49 ON-SIDE KICKS 2-4 ON-SIDE KICKS 2-4 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 14-17 RED-ZONE SCORES 45-48 94% RED-ZONE SCORES 45-48 94% ON-SIDE KICKS 2-4 RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 35-48 73% RED-ZONE 35-48 73% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS SCORES 45-48 94% PAT-ATTEMPTS 45-48 94% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 35-48 73% PAT-ATTEMPTS 45-48 94% ATTENDANCE 22835 PAT-ATTEMPTS 45-48 94% ATTENDANCE 22835 Games/Avg Per Game 5/4567 ATTENDANCE 22835 Games/Avg Game 5/4567 Neutral Site Per Games Games/Avg Game 5/4567 Neutral Site Per Games Score by UT Martin Score by Quarters Quarters Opponents UT Martin UT Martin Opponents Opponents
Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Total Total 381 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total 54 97 76 91 87 99 89 94 0 381 97 91 99 94 0 0 306 381 54 76 76 87 87 89 89 0 0 306 306 54
1st 97
1st 2nd

McNAIR, Jason BARKSDALE, Tevi McNEIL, DJ WILLIAMS, AJ CARR, Derek HEWETT, Matt BARFIELD, Kevin PERRY, Jarvis JONES, Kenny STOKES, Jordan JORDAN, Corey HOOK, Joe TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

11 11 11 8 11 4 10 11 11 3 11 11 7 11 11 11 11 3 11 7 11 11

166 848 66 782 4.7 5 107 703 18 685 6.4 8 58 279 4 275 4.7 5 49 166 16 150 3.1 0 26 101 34 67 2.6 0 8 55 0 55 6.9 1 4 49 1 48 12.0 0 6 33 0 33 5.5 0 6 26 0 26 4.3 1 1 7 0 7 7.0 0 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 1 0 6 -6 -6.0 0 5 0 17 -17 -3.4 0 438 2270 162 2108 4.8 20 446 2054 321 1733 3.9 14
effic comp-att-int pct

60 64 16 13 15 12 28 20 10 7 3 0 0 64 54

71.1 62.3 25.0 18.8 6.1 13.8 4.8 3.0 2.4 2.3 0.3 -0.5 -2.4 191.6 157.5 62 18 23 34 0 62 78

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Inte

JOH McC PO NA EST Tot Opp

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Receiving

gp

136.12 200-346-10 57.8 2482 25 164.67 2-3-0 66.7 35 0 288.67 2-3-0 66.7 40 1 357.80 1-2-0 50.0 34 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 138.52 205-355-10 57.7 2591 27 140.10 180-310-6 58.1 2306 22
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yds td

lg avg/g

Kic

225.6 3.2 13.3 3.1 0.0 235.5 209.6

2nd 91

3rd 99

3rd

4th 94

4th

OT

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SIMS, Quentin SHIVER, Stephen JONES, Kenny McNAIR, Jason BARFIELD, Kevin JORDAN, Corey PERRY, Jarvis BARKSDALE, Tevi EVERETT, Ben McNEIL, DJ TAYLOR, Maurice THOMPSON, Chris GENERETT, Malik STEWART, Matthe CARR, Derek WILLIAMS, AJ Total Opponents

11 54 712 11 42 657 11 25 334 11 24 200 10 15 183 11 10 86 11 10 64 11 9 105 9 4 104 11 4 34 10 2 23 5 2 22 11 1 23 9 1 17 11 1 17 8 1 10 11 205 2591 11 180 2306

gp

13.2 15.6 13.4 8.3 12.2 8.6 6.4 11.7 26.0 8.5 11.5 11.0 23.0 17.0 17.0 10.0 12.6 12.8

avg

10 6 5 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 27 22

td

44 62 51 42 26 24 13 35 47 14 17 11 23 17 17 10 62 78

lg avg/g

64.7 59.7 30.4 18.2 18.3 7.8 5.8 9.5 11.6 3.1 2.3 4.4 2.1 1.9 1.5 1.2 235.5 209.6

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Fum

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PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

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283 37 0 320 158

yds avg td

17.7 7.4 0.0 14.5 7.5

1 0 0 1 1

76 13 0 76 65

lg
Scoring

JOHNSON, Ben McCANN, Jarvis POTTS, Josh NALLS, Darrin ESTELLE, CJ ated ScoreBook Total al Statistics (as of Mar 26, 2012) Opponents games BARFIELD, Kevin WILLIAMS, Total Offense AJ PEREZ, Taino CARR, Derek TAYLOR, Maurice McNAIR, Jason BARKSDALE, Tevi JORDAN, Corey McNEIL, DJ HARRIS, Camaren WILLIAMS, PERRY,AJ Jarvis HEWETT, Matt Tevi BARKSDALE, BARFIELD, Kevin SIMS, Quentin HARDEGREE, Bill McCANN, Jarvis SHIVER, Stephen Total Jarvis PERRY, Opponents JONES, Kenny
STOKES, Jordan FumbleCorey Returns JORDAN, TotalJoe HOOK, TEAM Opponents Total Opponents
Punting td

no.

13 9 3 0 4 28 109

yds avg td

6.5 9.0 3.0 0.0 4.0 4.7 10.9

0 0 0 0 0 0 1

13 9 3 0 4 13 49

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5.6pts 3.2 87 3.3 60 3.1 48 0.0 36 5.5 36 9.6 36


30 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 381 306

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Kick Returns

11 Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk 11 SANDLIN, Cody 14-17 82.4 0-0 7-7 4-6 2-3 1-1 53 0 11 11 FG Sequence UT Martin Opponents 8 Jacksonville State (43),(25),(45) (27) 4 Union College 10 3 Murray State (20),(20) (31),(27) 11 Tennessee Tech 44,33,(32) (19),(28),46,33 11 Austin Peay (22),(38) 49 11 South Alabama (38) (21),(32) 3 1 7 0 7 2.3 Eastern Illinois (29) (24) no. yds avg td lg 11 1 3 0 3 0.3 Southeast Missouri (29) 50,(50) 0.0 0 -0.5 0 ScoreBook 11 10The -6 0Automated 0 -6 Mississippi State 33,(31) 38 UT7Martin Statistics (as of Mar 26, 2012)(28) 60 Overall -17 0 Individual 0 -17 0.0 0 -2.4 0 Tennessee State All games 11 793 2108 2591 4699 427.2 Eastern Kentucky (53) (19),(24),35,(45),37,48 11 756 1733 2306 4039 367.2

15 plays9 3728 1693 1072 581 491 81 41 3 1 2 42 6 58 6

no.

329 21.9 1 147 pass 16.3 total 0 rush 151 18.9 0 67 2482 2549 58 19.3 0 782 35 817 685 0 685 80 40.0 0 275 0 275 16 16.0 0 150 0 150 15 15.0 0 55 0 0.0 0 55 0 48-2 -2.0 0 48 0 0 40 40 0 0.0 0 0 34 34 794 18.9 1 33 0 33 958 16.5 1 26 0 26

yds avg td

99 26 avg/g 38 231.7 25 74.3 62.3 50 25.0 16 18.8 15 13.8 0 4.8 0 13.3 0 3.1 99 3.0 98 2.4

lg

SANDLIN, Cody SIMS, Quentin BARKSDALE, Tevi McNEIL, DJ JONES, Kenny SHIVER, Stephen McNAIR, Jason BARFIELD, Kevin PERRY, Jarvis HEWETT, Matt ESTELLE, CJ JORDAN, Corey GENERETT, Malik EVERETT, Ben JOHNSON, Ben Total Opponents

- 14-17 10 8 6 6 6 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 49 14-17 39 12-20

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fg

45-48 45-48 34-37

kick

0-1 0-1 0-2

- 87 - 60 - 48 - 36 - 36 - 36 - 30 - 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 - 381 - 306

pts

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Kickoffs

SANDL SATTE Total Oppone

53 0 HOOK, Joe 33 1257 N, Cody - 14-17 45-48 - 38.1 - 54 - 0 9- 7- 287 2 CARR, 10 Derek uentin - 16 596 - 37.2 - 53 - 3 0- 9- 160 0 DALE, Tevi TEAM 8 - 2 29 - 14.5 - 29 - 0 0- 0- 048 0 Total 6 DJ - 51 1882 0-1 36.9 - 54 - 3 9- 16- 336 2 Opponents Kenny 6 - 57 2186 - 38.4 - 64 - 4 14- 13- 736 1 , Stephen 6 - - - 36 ydln , Jason Kickoffs 5 - no. yds - avg - tb - ob retn - net - 30 SANDLIN, Cody 60 3341 55.7 4 0 LD, Kevin 2 - - - 12 SATTERFIELD, Jarvis 1 - Ja - 9 534 - 59.3 - 0 - 0 - 6 Total 1 28 T, Matt - 69 3875 - 56.2 - 4 - 0 16.5 - 41.1 6 Opponents 58 3301 56.9 11 0 18.9 39.4 30 E, CJ 1 - - 6 N, Corey 1 - - 6 ETT, Malik 1 - - 6 48 TT, Ben 1 - - 6 ON, Ben - - - 0 49 14-17 45-48 0-1 - - - 381 nts 39 12-20 34-37 0-2 - 1 - 306
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Total Offense

CARR, Derek McNAIR, Jason BARKSDALE, Tevi McNEIL, DJ WILLIAMS, AJ HEWETT, Matt BARFIELD, Kevin HARDEGREE, Bill SHIVER, Stephen PERRY, Jarvis JONES, Kenny STOKES, Jordan JORDAN, Corey HOOK, Joe TEAM Total Opponents
Punting

11 11 11 11 8 4 10 3 11 11 11 3 11 11 7 11 11

g plays

372 67 2482 2549 231.7 169 782 35 817 74.3 107 685 0 685 62.3 58 275 0 275 25.0 49 150 0 150 18.8 8 55 0 55 13.8 4 48 0 48 4.8 3 0 40 40 13.3 2 0 34 34 3.1 6 33 0 33 3.0 6 26 0 26 2.4 1 7 0 7 2.3 1 3 0 3 0.3 1 -6 0 -6 -0.5 6 -17 0 -17 -2.4 793 2108 2591 4699 427.2 756 1733 2306 4039 367.2

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total avg/g

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als

14-17 82.4 0-0

7-7

4-6

2-3

1-1

53

lg blk

HOOK, Joe CARR, Derek

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

33 1257 38.1 54 16 596 37.2 53

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9 0

7 9

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McNAIR, Jason BARKSDALE, T SIMS, Quentin SHIVER, Stephe BARFIELD, Kevi JONES, Kenny McNEIL, DJ WILLIAMS, AJ ESTELLE, CJ JORDAN, Corey PEREZ, Taino PERRY, Jarvis EVERETT, Ben CARR, Derek TAYLOR, Mauri HEWETT, Matt GENERETT, Ma THOMPSON, C STEWART, Matt HARRIS, Camar JOHNSON, Ben McCANN, Jarvis STOKES, Jorda POTTS, Josh UTLEY, Jonatha HOOK, Joe TEAM Total Opponents

11 782 200 11 685 105 11 0 712 11 0 657 10 48 183 11 26 334 11 275 34 8 150 10 11 0 0 11 3 86 10 0 0 11 33 64 9 0 104 11 67 17 10 0 23 4 55 0 11 0 23 5 0 22 9 0 17 7 0 0 11 0 0 11 0 0 3 7 0 10 0 0 11 0 0 11 -6 0 7 -17 0 11 2108 2591 11 1733 2306

0 0 37 0 0 0 0 0 283 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 320 158

0 0 -2 0 329 0 0 147 0 80 151 15 0 0 58 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 794 958

0 982 89.3 0 790 71.8 0 747 67.9 0 657 59.7 0 560 56.0 0 360 32.7 0 309 28.1 0 307 38.4 4 287 26.1 0 169 15.4 0 151 15.1 0 112 10.2 0 104 11.6 0 84 7.6 0 81 8.1 0 55 13.8 0 23 2.1 0 22 4.4 0 17 1.9 0 16 2.3 13 13 1.2 9 9 0.8 0 7 2.3 3 3 0.3 -1 -1 -0.1 0 -6 -0.5 0 -17 -2.4 28 5841 531.0 109 5264 478.5

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# 41 42 35 5 96 43 3 11 12 99 7 93 17 4 52 97 92 91 49 44 19 21 28 2 26 27 22 23 95 14 36 89 55 1 46 40 48 88 80 34 37 53 81 20 29 76 38 39 Defensive Leaders gp

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ua Tackles a tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf

JOHNSON, Ben McCANN, Jarvis UTLEY, Jonathan McNAIR, Julius ROBERTS, DJ ANDERSON, Linco DRAKEFORD, TJ FLENORL, Fred ESTELLE, CJ NALLS, Darrin HARPER, Kendal HUGHES, Montori POTTS, Josh PEREZ, Taino CODY, Josh JONES, Karlos BROWN, Nick ISOM, Ryan ELLIS, Bobby WRIGHT, Chris BROWN, Runako BARKSDALE, Tevi NWANKWO, Obi HOWARD, Jett GILBERT, Jobron HARRIS, Camaren HEWETT, Matt McNEIL, DJ WATHEN, Dean BROWN, Dujuan DUNAVANT, Joe SIMS, Quentin NASH, Darelle TAYLOR, Maurice SHELEY, Clay BELL, Tony MURPHY, Matthew SHIVER, Stephen JORDAN, Corey JONES, Kenny SMITH, Trey MANCINI, Michae SANDLIN, Cody WILLIAMS, AJ SIMMS, Aaron SWEETON, Charle JOLLEY, Nathan SATTERFIELD, Ja Total Opponents

11 46 51 11 22 40 11 31 30 11 30 23 11 28 22 11 23 26 11 29 19 11 21 15 11 22 11 10 14 19 10 21 9 11 9 21 10 15 14 10 16 10 9 14 12 9 8 8 8 6 7 5 5 6 11 7 3 6 1 9 11 8 2 11 5 4 6 6 3 2 5 4 11 4 4 7 3 4 4 2 5 11 4 3 4 3 3 8 1 5 11 3 3 11 4 1 4 3 2 10 1 3 11 2 2 11 1 2 7 . 3 11 3 . 11 3 . 11 2 1 4 . 2 10 1 . 11 . 1 8 . 1 2 . 1 11 1 . 3 1 . 2 1 . 11 435 414 11 433 388

97 62 61 53 50 49 48 36 33 33 30 30 29 26 26 16 13 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 849 821

7.5-25 6.0-15 6.0-16 7.5-29 11.0-43 . 5.5-20 1.0-3 3.5-14 8.0-28 4.5-10 6.5-28 1.5-6 0.5-1 2.0-11 5.0-19 2.0-5 . 1.0-1 . . . 1.0-5 2.5-6 . . . . 0.5-2 0.5-0 . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-1 . . . . 85-289 56-140

3.5-19 2-13 0.5-1 1-9 1.5-7 0--1 1.5-12 . 3.5-25 . . . . . . . 1.0-7 1-4 3.0-17 1-0 1.0-2 . 1.0-11 . . 1-3 . . 1.5-11 . 1.5-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-124 6-28 5-20 10-109

2 1 1 2 . 2 7 . 10 . 4 1 1 2 . 1 . . 1 . 3 . . . . 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 44

8 1 3 3 9 1 1 . . 1 . 3 . . 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 28

. . . . . . 1-0 . . 2-0 . 1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0 6-0

3 1 . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 5

. . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4

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Individual Game Highs


Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts 27 135 3 64 43 25 387 6 62 11 144 3 62 3 53 5 5 5 5 5 48.5 54 76 99 15 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 5.5 1 1 1 1 1 1

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks

Tackles For Loss Interceptions

McNAIR, Jason at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) BARKSDALE, Tevi vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) McNAIR, Jason vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) BARKSDALE, Tevi vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) CARR, Derek at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) CARR, Derek at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) CARR, Derek vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) CARR, Derek vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) CARR, Derek at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) SIMS, Quentin at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) SIMS, Quentin at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) SIMS, Quentin at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) SHIVER, Stephen at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) SANDLIN, Cody at Jacksonville State (Sep 01, 2011) SANDLIN, Cody at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) HOOK, Joe at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) HOOK, Joe at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) HOOK, Joe at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) CARR, Derek at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) HOOK, Joe at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) CARR, Derek vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) HOOK, Joe at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) ESTELLE, CJ vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) BARFIELD, Kevin vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) JOHNSON, Ben at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) McNAIR, Julius at Jacksonville State (Sep 01, 2011) NALLS, Darrin vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) JOHNSON, Ben vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) CODY, Josh vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) JOHNSON, Ben vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) NALLS, Darrin vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) JOHNSON, Ben vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) ESTELLE, CJ at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) ROBERTS, DJ at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) HARPER, Kendal at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) HUGHES, Montori at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) JONES, Karlos at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) ROBERTS, DJ at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) UTLEY, Jonathan at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) HUGHES, Montori at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) ESTELLE, CJ vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) POTTS, Josh vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) McCANN, Jarvis vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) NALLS, Darrin vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) JOHNSON, Ben vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) JOHNSON, Ben at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011)

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Team Game Highs
Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By

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TEAM GAME HIGHS vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011)

First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

53 324 6.8 5 5 43 25 387 10.5 6 86 570 7.3 63 3 3 3 28 13 142 4 2 2

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Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes 41 188 2 2 2 54 38 27 27 294 3 3 3 3 78 7 152 2 2 2 78 3 50 8 43.4 64 65 98 15 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.5 2

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OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS DENHAM, Matt, at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) DENHAM, Matt, at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) Kndall Houston, at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) Vick Ballard, at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) WARD,Trabis, at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) Vick Ballard, at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) BROCKMAN, Casey, vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) BROCKMAN, Casey, vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) GAROPPOLO, at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) GAROPPOLO, at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) RYAN, Jake, vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) GAROPPOLO, at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) SCHEIBLE, Matt, vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) GERMAN,Mike, at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) Tyler Russell, at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) WHITTAKER, at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) JAMES,Travis, at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) DAVIS, Spencer, vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) Arceto Clark, at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) JAMES,Travis, at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) Chad Bumphis, at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) PRAY, Luke, at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) GELDBACH, Drew, vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) C. Boyington, vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) Scott Garber, at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) Scott Garber, at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) Johnthan Banks, at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) BRADY, Duane, vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) PEIFFER, Blake, vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) WATSON, Corey, vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) Enrqe Williams, at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) DOWDELL, at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) HARPER,Antonio, at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) BROWN, Anthony, at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) PEIFFER, Blake, vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) HAMLIN, Kevin, at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011)

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Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions

Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks

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Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes 59 288 7.2 4 38 27 27 294 10.5 3 3 3 3 3 78 570 8.3 55 1 1 1 1 1 25 10 91 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

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OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Opponent Team Game Highs at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) vs Southeast Missouri (Oct 29, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 19, 2011) at Mississippi State (Nov 05, 2011) at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) at South Alabama (Oct 15, 2011) vs Union College (Sep 15, 2011) vs Murray State (Sep 22, 2011) vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011) vs Austin Peay (Oct 08, 2011) at Eastern Illinois (Oct 22, 2011) at Tennessee State (Nov 12, 2011) vs Tennessee Tech (Oct 01, 2011)

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2011 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS
Game at Jacksonville State Union College Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay at South Alabama at Eastern Illinois SE Missouri State at Mississippi State at Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky WR Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims Q. Sims WR Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver Shiver LT M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline M. Axline LG Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings Stallings C Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday Eday RG Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini Mancini RT Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton Sweeton TE Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett Everrett FB Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones Ke. Jones QB Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr RB Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair Ja. McNair

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Game at Jacksonville State Union College Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay at South Alabama At Eastern Illinois SE Missouri State at Mississippi State at Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky DE Cody Cody Cody K. Jones K. Jones Cody K. Jones K. Jones Cody Cody Cody DT Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls Nalls DT Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes DE Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts OLB Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair Ju. McNair ILB McCann McCann Utley Utley McCann McCann Utley McCann Utley McCann McCann OLB B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson B. Johnson CB Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper Draper S Harper Harper Harper Harper Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Harper S Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl Flenorl CB Estelle Estelle Estelle Estelle Estelle Estelle Perez Perez Perez Perez Perez

UTM Big Plays of 2011 (20+ Yards)


* indicates a scoring play Jason McNair rush for 60 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 34 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Kenny Jones for 22 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Tevin Barksdale rush for 21 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Quentin Sims for 36 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Ben Everett for 21 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 27 yards at Jacksonville State (9-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 23 yards vs. Union (9-15-11) Jason McNair rush for 22 yards vs. Union (9-15-11) Jason McNair rush for 22 yards vs. Union (9-15-11) *Derek Carr pass to Ben Everett for 47 yards vs. Union (9-15-11) *Jason McNair rush for 32 yards vs. Union (9-15-11) *Bill Hardegree pass to Malik Generett for 23 yards vs. Union (9-15-11) Derek Carr pass to Tevin Barksdale for 23 yards vs. Murray State (9-22-11) Tevin Barksdale rush for 42 yards vs. Murray State (9-22-11) Kevin Barfield rush for 21 yards vs. Murray State (9-22-11) Derek Carr pass to Quentin Sims for 44 yards vs. Murray State (9-22-11) *Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 36 yards vs. Murray State (9-22-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 20 yards vs. Tennessee Tech (10-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Corey Jordan for 24 yards vs. Tennessee Tech (10-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 28 yards vs. Tennessee Tech (10-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Kevin Barfield for 26 yards vs. Tennessee Tech (10-1-11)

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Big plays continued
Jarvis Perry rush for 20 yards vs. Tennessee Tech (10-1-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 25 yards vs. Tennessee Tech (10-1-11) *Tevin Barksdale rush for 28 yards vs. Austin Peay (10-8-11) *Derek Carr pass to Kenny Jones for 51 yards vs. Austin Peay (10-8-11) Derek Carr pass to Jason McNair for 42 yards vs. Austin Peay (10-8-11) *Stephen Shiver pass to Quentin Sims for 34 yards at South Alabama (10-15-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 26 yards at South Alabama (10-15-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 20 yards at South Alabama (10-15-11) Derek Carr pass to Kenny Jones for 22 yards at Eastern Illinois (10-22-11) *Derek Carr pass to Quentin Sims for 24 yards at Eastern Illinois (10-22-11) Jason McNair rush for 24 yards at Eastern Illinois (10-22-11) Jason McNair rush for 21 yards at Eastern Illinois (10-22-11) *Tevin Barksdale rush for 64 yards vs. Southeast Missouri (10-29-11) Jason McNair rush for 34 yards at Mississippi State (11-5-11) Tevin Barksdale rush for 29 yards at Mississippi State (11-5-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 26 yards at Mississippi State (11-5-11) Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 23 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) Derek Carr pass to Quentin Sims for 27 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) Derek Carr pass to Quentin Sims for 21 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) Derek Carr pass to Jason McNair for 21 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) Derek Carr pass to Tevin Barksdale for 35 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) *Derek Carr pass to Kenny Jones for 26 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) Kevin Barfield rush for 28 yards at Tennessee State (11-12-11) *Derek Carr pass to Stephen Shiver for 62 yards at Eastern Kentucky (11-19-11) Tevin Barksdale rush for 28 yards at Eastern Kentucky (11-19-11) *Derek Carr pass to Quentin Sims for 44 yards at Eastern Kentucky (11-19-11)

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Receiving
Rec-Yards/TD Ja. McNair Shiver Sims Jones Barksdale Everett Barfield Jax State 7-85/0 5-90/0 3-60/0 2-33/0 2-11/0 1-21/0 1-6/0 Union College 1-10/0 4-45/0 1-10/1 1-5/0 1-3/0 2-70/1 2-37/1 Murray State 1-11/0 6-86/1 4-81/0 1-5/0 1-23/0 DNP 4-23/0 Tech 2-11/0 5-95/1 3-16/0 DNP 1-26/0 DNP 1-26/0 Austin Peay 1-42/0 2-29/2 5-79/1 7-127/2 1-15/0 DNP 5-66/0 South Alabama 2-(-3)/0 7-96/0 6-78/3 DNP DNP DNP 2-25/0 EIU 0-0/0 2-13/0 4-57/2 4-57/2 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 SEMO 1-2/0 2-23/0 6-59/1 6-59/1 0-0/0 DNP DNP Miss. State 4-18/0 2-44/0 6-53/0 6-53/0 1-4/0 1-13/0 DNP TSU 4-22/0 3-56/1 11-144/1 3-49/1 1-35/0 DNP DNP EKU 1-2/0 4-80/1 5-75/1 1-4/0 1-2/0 DNP DNP

Rushing
Rush-Yds/TD Ja. McNair Barksdale Williams McNeil Perry Carr Jax State 10-85/0 10-48/1 7-11/0 5-6/0 1-2/0 0-(-2)/0 Union College 17-123/2 5-37/0 DNP 12-79/2 DNP 4-15/0 Murray State 23-104/3 14-118/2 6-23/0 6-16/0 DNP 2-(-4)/0 Tech 19-82/0 16-87/2 10-38/0 DNP 2-20/0 4-7/0 Austin Peay 15-54/0 5-33/1 16-46/0 6-25/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 South Alabama 7-37/0 5-34/0 2-4/0 8-40/1 1-6/0 2-4/0 EIU 17-111/0 12-38/1 DNP DNP 1-3/0 3-4/0 SEMO 11-19/0 16-135/1 8-28/0 2-3/2 0-0/0 4-26/0 Miss. State 27-122/0 6-53/0 DNP 13-82/0 DNP 1-7/0 TSU 2-28/0 8-25/0 DNP 4-22/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 EKU 10-21/0 10-77/0 DNP 2-2/0 1-2/0 1-2/0

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Passing
C-A-I- Yds/TD
Jax State 23-36-1- 325/1 Union College Murray State Tennesse Tech Austin Peay 24-36-0- 387/6 South Alabama 18-32-1- 177/2 Eastern Illinois 12-21-0- 124/2
Missouri Stat

Southeast Mississippi Tennessee Eastern State State Kentucky 16-24-1- 159/2 19-31-0- 167/1 25-43-0- 329/4 13-31-2169/2

Carr

17-28-2- 20-33-0- 13-31-3- 206/3 255/1 184/1

Game-By-Game Team Stats


Game SCORE FIRST DOWNS RUSHING C-A-I PASSING TD TOT OFF PUNTS FUM PENALTIES TOT RU-PA-PE NO-YDS-TD YARDS PL-YDS NO-AVG F-L NO-YDS UTM 23 23 5-18-0 34-150-1 23-36-1 325 1 70-475 5-38.0 1-1 7-65 at Jacksonville State 24 19 10-7-2 39-111-1 14-27-0 189 2 66-300 7-37.7 2-1 4-40 3DN DNS 5-13 3-14 TIME OF POSS 23:38 32:30

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63 0 48 26 31 34 61 23 30 33 24 23 38 30 17 55 30 35 16 23

27 8 27 17 24 21 28 20 18 19 13 18 24 21 21 25 22 18 14 21

17-10-0 3-3-2 15-10-2 9-7-1 14-9-1 7-8-6 8-19-1 8-10-2 4-11-3 11-7-1 6-7-0 1-17-0 11-11-2 13-7-1 12-7-2 12-7-2 5-16-1 10-8-0 7-6-1 13-6-2

48-324-5 36-69-0 53-272-5 28-168 53-233-2 42-180-1 43-165-1 33-124-0 26-114-1 48-146-3 34-154-1 34-(-5)-0 43-207-3 46-192-1 49-269-1 40-288-4 26-108-0 41-253-2 30-112-0 59-207-1

19-30-2 10-23-2 20-33-0 27-38-0 14-32-3 14-31-2 24-37-0 18-32-1 19-33-1 12-19-0 12-21-0 27-36-0 16-24-1 15-32-0 20-33-0 17-29-1 25-43-0 16-25-0 11-33-2 10-18-0

246 82 255 240 201 227 387 193 211 179 124 294 159 200 185 282 329 263 169 157

4 0 1 1 1 2 6 3 3 1 2 3 2 3 1 3 4 3 2 1

78-570 59-151 86-572 66-408 84-434 73-407 80-552 65-317 59-325 67-325 55-278 70-289 67-366 78-392 82-454 69-570 66-516 66-516 77-364 77-364

1-35 8-38.5 5-35.2 5-38.2 5-32.4 4-42.2 3-34.3 6-42.2 6-41.8 7-43.4 6-36 5-27 3-44.3 4-34 6-42.8 2-37 6-31.8 5-42.2 4-35.5 4-35.5

0-0 0-0 1-0 2-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-1 1-0 1-1 3-2 1-0 0-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 3-2 3-2 1-0

11-108 5-25 8-74 9-73 13-142 8-56 6-75 6-57 10-76 10-91 4-35 3-20 6-46 5-60 10-66 8-60 5-42.2 5-42 8-70 4-30

15-19 30:13 0-14 29:47 3-15 3-13 4-13 5-14 34:54 25:06 28:15 31:45

10-15 31:04 4-13 28:56 2-11 6-15 4-12 9-17 7-12 8-18 21:58 38:02 21:35 36:42 27:35 32:25

9-18 33:50 10-14 24:58 7-15 8-14 5-15 3-15 27:34 32:26 21:54 38:06

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2011 Accolades
Kevin Barfield (KOR) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Kickoff Return Specialist of the Week (Oct. 1, 2011). Tevin Barksdale (RB) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) OVC Running Back of the Week (Sept. 26, 2011). Derek Carr (QB) BSN Offensive Player of the Week. (Oct. 9, 2011). College Sporting News All-Star (Oct. 9, 2011). College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Quarterback of the Week (Oct. 9, 2011) and National Performer of the Week (Oct. 9, 2011). College Sports Madness Player of the Week (Oct. 9, 2011). FCSFootballNetwork.com Player of the Week (Oct. 9,2011). Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 9, 2011). College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) Quarterback of the Week (Nov. 12, 2011). CJ Estelle (PR) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) preseason watch list. Phil Steeles 2011 Preseason All-OVC second team. College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Punt Returner (Oct. 9, 2011). Kendal Harper (DB) Preseason All-OVC Phil Steele's 2011 Preseason All-OVC second team. Joe Hook (P) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) preseason watch list. Montori Hughes (NG) Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 23, 2011). College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Defensive Lineman of the Week (Oct. 23, 2011). College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Defensive Performer of the Week (Oct. 23, 2011). Ben Johnson (LB) Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 9, 2011). Kenny Jones (FB/TE) Preseason All-OVC TE Phil Steele's 2011 Preseason All-OVC first team. College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) preseason watch list. College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Tight End (Oct. 9, 2011). Jason McNair (RB) Phil Steele's 2011 Preseason All-OVC second team. Sports Madness OVC Running Back of the Week (Sept. 26, 2011). Darrin Nalls (DL) Phil Steele's 2011 Preseason All-OVC second team. Cody Sandlin (K) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) preseason watch list. Fred Mitchell Outstanding Place-Kicker Award September Honoree Fred Mitchell Outstanding Place-Kicker Award October Honoree Stephen Shiver (WR) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) preseason watch list. Phil Steele's 2011 Preseason All-OVC first team. AJ Williams (KOR) College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) preseason watch list .

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Abel, Marcus Acker, Brent Akbar, Jamaal Akers, Wayne Allbritton, Boyce T. Allen, Andre Allen, Henry Allen, Patrick Alles, Chris Allison, Steve Alston, Jim Anderson, Jeremy Anderson, Lincoln Anderton, Mark Andrews, Grady Andrews, Romel Angus, Jeremy Anoka, Dexter April, Brandon Armour, Harris Armstrong, Gary Armstrong, Rickey Arrington, Marcus Arquitt, Brian Atchley, Eddie Atkins, Alex Augustine, Emmanuel Austin, Archie Austin, Teddy Axline, Ben Axline, Matthew Bacon, Tim Bailey, Brock Bailey, Wayne Baird, Robert Baker, Tommy Bannon, Kevin Barbee, Hugh Barfield, Kevin Barksdale, Tevin Barnes, David Barnes, Miguel Barnes, Randy Barnette, Bruce Barnhart, Ross Bates, Carey Battle, Steve Bayless, Monty Beard, Donnie Beard, Nastas Beasley, Bubba Beattie, Tim Beeler, Mike Bell, Chris Belote, Steve Belyew, Mark Bennett, Jake Benton, Sidney

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Berhow, Eric Berrien, Sam Bethune, Jerry Bey, Josh Bielewicz, Wally Bieniemy, Corey Billings, Tim Blackmon, Jvontez Blackwell, Danny Blair, John Blakemore, Maurice Blalack, Clay Blanks, Cedric Boals, Garey Boehringer, Scott Boland, David Bolinger, Cliff Bolm, Jimmy John Bondurant, Greg Bostic, O.J. Bourne, Daryl Bowen, Tony Bowles, Anthony Boyd, Juricus Boyd, Perez Boyle, John Bradner, Eric Bradshaw, Brian Bratton, Roscoe Braun, Pierce Brewer, Chad Brodie, Gene Brooks, Chase Brooks, Jonathan Browder, Bart Brown, Danny Brown, David Brown, Demetres Brown, Dennis Brown, DuJuan Brown, J.J. Brown, James Brown, Lashone Brown, Leonard Brown, Nick Brown, Randy Brown, Roger Brown, Runako Brown, Steve Brown, Taylor Brown, William Brozowski, Karl Brundige, John Bruner, Joe Bryant, Arthur Bryant, Michael Bryant, Nathan Bryant, Sam Buchanan, Jeremy Buchanan, Rodney Bullington, Ryan

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Bullock, Glenn Bunch, Oscar Bunkley, Bobby Bunn, Dan Burch, John Burgess, Jack Burnett, Rusty Burnette, Bill Burris, Larry Burston, Melvin Burton, Jesse Burton, Tony Butcher, Terry Butler, Blake Butler, Devin Butler, Dick Butler, Jeremy Bynum, Kowalski Byrd, Tirrdell Cain, Chris Cain, Jordan Caldwell, Theo Calixte, Marc Callis, Ken Calvert, Chris Campbell, Willie Capers, Gary Carlock, Mario Carney, Aaron Carr, Bruce Carr, Derek Carreon, Kyle Carroll, Chris Carroll, Mark Carroll, Tooter Carter, David Carter, Hunter Carter, Sidney Carter, Terry Cartrett, Bob Castillo, John Caughron, Howard Cavaness, Charles Chamberlain, Daniel Champion, Tony Chaney, Jack Chapman, Donald Chapman, Josh Chase, Alan Chinn, Michael Chu, Ki Tok Cindrich, Paul Clark, Fred Cobb, Corey Cochran, Ed Cody, Josh Coffron, Mike Coker, Kelly Coleman, Jason

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Coleman, Travis Collins, Deslonde Collins, James Collins, John Conley, Nenion Connolly, Pete Cook, Roy Cooper, Brandon Corlett, Duane Corn, Tim Coure, Richard Courtney, John Cousar, Randy Cowan, Shane Cox, Allan Cox, Brandon Cox, Don Cox, Eddie Cox, Tim Craig, Bryant Craigen, Corey Crangle, Mike Cuffie, John Cullivan, Bill Curtis, Rob Curtis, Sam Dailey, Jeremy Daniel, EJ Daniel, Eric Daniel, Erick Daniel, TJ Daniels, Cal Daniels, Joe Darden, Justin Davenport, Lloyd Davis, Charlie Davis, Dylan Davis, Gary Davis, Jovon Davis, Mark Davis, Tim Dawes, Darrell Dawn, Lamar Dawson, Marcus Deal, Corey Dean, Billy Dean, Butch Defino, Don DeJarnatt, Tyler Delaney, Roland Delgado, Rick DeVeaux, Everett Deverall, Bill Dick, Ed Dickison, David Dickson, Kenny Dilday, Bart Dillon, John Dillon, Ronnie 92 62-64 75 73 63 72-74 63-66 03-06 01-02 76 94-97 75-76 73-75 96 65-68 07-09 65-67 73-74 09-10 06-09 98-00 70-72 72 73 98-00 10-Active Dines, Gary Dismuke, David Dittaugh, Danny Dobbins, David Doble, Gary Doleman, Jarvis Dominguez, George Donald, Katarii Doss, Frankie Dowell, Derrius Dowell, Wayne Douzart, Byron Drakeford, TJ Dudley, Sam Duff, Nick Duke, Anton Dunavant, Joe Duncan, Cole Duncan, Levi Duncan, Romeo Dunlap, Nathan Dunlap, Romiell Dyer, Buck Eady, Tyler Eakin, Travis Edmiston, Wilbur Edwards, Don Edwards, Kendrick Edwards, Ryan Ellis, Bobby Ellis, Junior Ellis, Mike Ellison, Stephen Elmore, Joey Elrod, Wes Emebunor, Wilson Emory, Roger Epperson, Mark Epson, Lavante Eroclin, Charlie Ervin, Ralph Estelle, CJ Evans, Walter Everett, Ben Ezell, Adam Ezell, Phillip Fachini, Aldo FaleOfa, Sione Farris, Richard Fason, Demond Fears-Perez, Tanio tive Federico, John Felter, Tim Findley, Trent Finley, Howard Fisher, Mark Fizer, Darren 58-60 84-85 77 00 64-67 08-09 70-72 93-94 01-02 09 77 99 10-11 87-88 06 88-91 08-11 03-06 01-02 58-61 00 06, 08 58-60 Flenorl, Fred Flynn, John Fogle, Mike Ford, Brenton Ford, Chris Ford, Dexter Ford, Tyree Forehand, Wayne Fowler, Bobby Frazier, Steven Fredrick, Kevin Frohock, Josh Furlong, Mark Gage, Jerry Gaines, Steve Gallian, Ben Gallian, Will Gamble, Charles Doc Gambrell, Russell Gardner, Rusty Garrett, Andrew Garverick, Allan Gasiecki, Eric Gates, Mike Gates, Phil Gault, Desmon Geddings, Ray Generett, Malik Gentry, John George, Ronald Geric, Gene Gholston, Lee Giannini, Larry Gibbs, Joe Gibson, Darryl Giebeig, Richard Gilbert, Don Gilbert, Jobronski Gilbert, Sonny Gill, Charlie Gillen, John Gillian, Kevin Gilmore, David Giltner, Terry Gipson, Jabary Gipson, Mike Glover, Justin Godwin, Brad Golden, Kenny Golden, Matt Goodman, Marco Goodrich, Steve Goodyear, Charlie Grace, Jerrod Gragg, Charlie Graham, Terry Grant, Will Graves, James Gravino, Marvin
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Gray, John Green, Benny Greenwood, Jack Greer, Deundre Greer, Mark Gregory, Brian Griffin, Jason Groves, Quinton Guererri, Darwin Guffin, Gerald Guthrie, Gary Guthrie, Stu Guy, Mark Guy, Markei Hall, Bill Hall, Kelton Hall, Oscar Hamilton, Mickey Hamilton, Tony Hamilton, TJ Hammond, Jim Hampton, Jermi Hampton, Martin Hamrick, Brent 99-00, 02-03 58-60 03-06 98-99 06 92-94 93 07-09 81-83 06-10 73-74 72-73
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Hamrick, Rhett Hankins, Jordon Hansen, Adam Hansen, Tom Hardegree, Bill Hardegree, Jim Hardy, Gene Harper, Dwayne Harper, Kendal Harrington, Mitchell Harris, Brent Harris, Cameren Harris, Damien Harris, Glenn Harris, John Harris, Lenny Harris, Rod Harris, Thomas Harrison, Ben Harrold, Dante Hassell, Robert Hawkins, Brett Hawkinson, Gary Hay, Steve Hayes, Bobby Hays, George Heath, Will Hedrick, Greg Heines, George Helton, Steve Henderson, Chad Henderson, Jamel Herrin, Brad Hewett, Matt

Hewett, Scott Hicks, Arnie Hicks, Mike High, Aaron Hines, Chris Hines, Ralph Hines, Robert Hinson, Robert Hirsch, Arnett, Hockaday, Jason Hodges, Jed Hodges, Rex Hoffman, Wayne Holbrook, Chris Holcomb, Josh Holmes, Greg Holmes, Jay Holmes, Nathaniel Hook, Errol Hook, Joe Hopper, Austin Hooper, Jerry Hopper, Jim Hosea, Cedric Howard, Jett Howard, John Howell, Matt Hoyle, Vernon Hudson, Freddie Huffstetler, Randy Hughes, Bucky Hughes, Carroll Hughes, Jerry Hughes, Montori Hurst, Trevor Hyers, Steve Ihnen, Gary Ingram, Lucas Irvin, Rodney Isom, Ryan Ivey, Adam Ivy, Anthony Jackson, Bill Jackson, Darryl Jackson, Drew Jackson, Ernest Jackson, Markeseo Jackson, Michael Jackson, Nikki Jackson, Tim Jasper, Michael Jeffers, Jan Jenkins, Damaen Jenkins, John Jennings, Andrew Jennings, George Jinkins, Mike

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Johnson, Andrew Johnson, Anthony Johnson, Brian Johnson, Ben Johnson, Ernest Johnson, James Johnson, Jason Johnson, John Johnson, Leron Johnson, Leshaun Johnson, Levon Jones, Carlos Jones, Chris Jones, Danny Jones, Don Jones, Jimmy Jones, Karlos Jones, Kenny Jones, Preston Jones, Rickey Jones, Travis Jones, Wayne Jordan, Corey Jordan, Mike Joyce, Barry Joyner, Adam Joyner, Adam Justice, John Kaibuchi, Narotushi Kasnic, Keith Keating, Joe Kellam, Alvis Kelly, Anthony Kessler, Jay Kilpatrick, Joel King, James Kirkland, Mike Kirsey, Mike Kissell, Brian Klaren, Bobby Klaren, Matt Kleinfelder, Zach Kola, Kunle Krause, Billy Krouse, Larry Krywaruczenko, Dan Kurucz, Tom Kyker, James Lacy, Brandon Ladd, Stanley Lambert, Gordon Lane, James Lane, Joe Langley, Andre Larouche, Louis Laster, Charles Latham, Ed

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Latta, Randy Lattimore, Carlos Lattimore, Tyrone Lawless, Terrance Lawrence, Jamar Lawrence, Jason Lawrence, Lee Lawrence, Tom Leach, Anthony Leake, Jimmy Leaming, Cody Leddy, Jonathon Lee, Mark Lee, Robert LeFlore, Earl Lester, Stacey Lester, Tony Lewellen, Ron Lewis, Bryson Lewis, Chuck Leverette, Trent Liles, Charlie Lilienthal, Travis Lindsey, Tom Lockridge, Michael Long, Buddy Looney, John Lovan, Brice Love, Buster Love, Jim Love, Larry Lowe, Glenn Lowery, Mitch Luster, Myles Luttrell, Brent MacIntyre, Toby Mackall, William Maclin, Durann Malone, Kyron Mancini, Michael Mann, DeAndre Marler, Tommy Marley, Mickey Martin, Chip Martin, Tim Martin, Troy Mather, Todd Mathis, Phillip Matthews, Michael Mawyer, Kevin Mayes, Tracy Mayo, Lee McAdams, Jonathan McBride, Kidane McCann, Frank McCann, Jarvis McCarter, Enoch McClellan, Ronnie McConkey, Mike 76-77 02 90-93 96, 98 08-09 94-96 00-03 88-89 91-92 82-84 09 00-01 70 73 76-77 95-96 79-82 64-66 07 64 97 83-85 09 61 03 58-60 75 99 76 60-63 70-72 69-71 87-89 86-87
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McConn, Keith McCrone, Jeff McCullough, Lyndell McDaniel, Billy McDermott, Trace McGee, Laurence McKelvey, Jerry McKelvy, Tom McKinney, Dewayne McKinney, Jim McKinnie, Clay McMahan, Chad McMahon, Karlos McNair, Jason McNair, Julius McNeil, DJ McNeil, Emanuel McNutt, Tom McPherson, Tim McWilliams, J.D. Meardith, Terry Mechem, Everett Meeks, Dennis Merriweather, Keythric Michaels, Nick Miles, Orlando Milligan, Bryant Miller, David Miller, Dontrell Mitchell, Scottie Millsap, Dexter Mollman, Glenn Monday, Jason Monds, James Monk, Billy Montgomery, Bob Montgomery, Carlos Moody, Mack Moore, Freddie Moore, Freddie Moore, Robert Moore, Wesley Morgan, Eddie Morris, Joey Morrison, Jeff Moseley, Davey Mott, Josh Moulton, Bob Mounce, Jim Mounce, Jimmy Murphy, Jordan Murphy, Matt Murphy, Perry Murphy, Theron Murray, Chris Myers, Ethan Nalls, Darrin Nanney, Chris Nanney, Danny

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Nash, Chad Nash, Darrelle Nash, Jerod Neal, Mark Nelson, Tucker Newcomb, Larry Newsom, Tavares Newsome, Randy Ng, Willie Nichols, Steve Nickens, Tim Nordstrom, Nicholas Normandin, Shane Norment, J.B. Norwood, Foy Nunamaker, Julian Nunley, Jim Nwankwo , Obi OBrien, Mike OBrien, Steve OConner, Bill ODonnell, Joey ORick, Nick Ogletree, Roland Oldham, Shane Orech, Steve Ortega, Tony Oteh, Chidi Ovelette, Paul Overton, Tommy Overton, Trace Parker, Paul Parker, Travis Parkhouse, Ricky Parson, William Patrick, Jo Jo Patterson, Linzy Patton, Mikie Pavalonis, Ron Payne, Shabree Peacock, Roger Pease, Preston Pecor, Dana Peiler, Jordan Pendleton, Dorsett Peppers, Terry Perry, Antonio Perry, Jarvis Perry, Jaymond Perry, Lanarido Peters, Wade Phelps, Paul Phillips, Eric Phillips, Jack Phillips, Troy Phipps, Lonnie Pickens, Tom

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Pitts, Sonny Plomin, Josh Plummer, Andre Plunkett, Charles Plunkett, Enrique Poindexter, Billy Poitevint, Wayne Pollard, Mitch Polosky, Justin Pope, Michael Pope, Todd Porter, John Poteete, Mike Powell, Bill Prather, Geoff Prather, Vernon Preston, Greg Pritchett, Harris Prince, Tim Pritchard, James Pruitt, Adrian Pryor, Guy Pugh, John Ramey, Clyde Ramsey, Jack Ramsey, Larry Randle, Mike Randolph, Jimmy Randolph, Paul Ratliff, James Redditt, Jackson Redmond, Rory Reed, Leon Reeder, Deumaine Reese, Jerry Reeves, Barry Regen, Robert Repella, John Reynolds, Craig Reynolds, Steve Reynoldson, Jamy Rice, Jimmy Rice, Tyler Richards, Mike Richardson, Tommy Riley, Bruce Riley, Mike Rinehart, Jerome Roberts, DJ Roberts, Jackson Roberts, Joe Roberts, Nick Roberts, Ron Robertson, Edward Robertson, Phillip Robinson, Jack Robinson, Jay Robinson, William Roche, Louis 62 04 02-05 64 90 61 71 89 94-95 09-Active
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Roebuck, Chester Rogers, Corey Rogers, Danny Romero, Marshall Rondo, Kevin Ross, Marcus Ross, Neil Rottero, Nate Ruben, Tom Ruffin, Darriel Ruth, Henry Ruth, Lorry Ruth, Terry Rutland, Ralph Samples, Chase Sanders, Jerry Sanders, Johnny Sandlin, Cody Sattersfield, James Satterfield, ODale Sawyer, Anthony Schomaker, Ron Schomaker, Ryan Schumacher, John Schweter, Bob Scott, Zac Scutari, Frank Senatore, Rob Senn, Emerson Shanks, Larry Shanks, Todd Shannon, Kyle Sheley, Clay Shelton, Matthew Sherman, Donnie Sherrill, Jeff Shimomura, Eric Shisler, Marty Shiver, Stephen Shoaf, Lee Shufeldt, Dan Sides, Gene Sides, Jimmy Sikes, Trey Simms, Aaron Simms, Danny Sims, Quentin Sims, Rayvon Sinclair, Laurie Sines, Ted Singleton, Steve Sisco, Carlton Slaughter, Jack Sleeter, Gerald Smalls, Alvin Smalls, Dennis Smith, Abner Smith, Carnell Smith, Darrell

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Smith, Jason Smith, Jeremy Smith, Kendrick Smith, Kevin Smith, Lee Smith, Mike Smith, Robert Smith, Rogric Smith, Ron Smith, Sandy Smith, Sherman Smith, Terrance Smith, Trey Sommer, Brian Sowell, Brian Spann, Billy Joe Spano, Brian Springer, Brandon Spurlock, Mike Stack, Daniel Staehs, Bill Stalleveto, Nick Stallings, Greg Stallings, LaDarrius Stamper, Nick Stanley, Taylor Starling, Billy Starvum, Art Staten, Andrew Steele, Ronnie Stephens, Glenn Stephens, Taurean Stevenson, William Stewart, Cromwell Stewart, Matt Stewart, Rochelle Stidham, Scott Stillings, Jade Stoddard, John Stokes, Jordan Storey, Tommy Ray Strobridge, Antonio Stuart, Les Sturdivant, Cliff Summers, Carl Swearingen, Rodney Sweeton, Charles Swift, Jon Taffoni, Joe Tarver, Buddy Taylor, Artie Taylor, Ed Taylor, Justin Taylor, Maurice Taylor, Mike Taylor, Orentheus Taylor, Richard Taylor, Takerio Teamer, Ray

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Temples, Josh Tharpe, Brent Tharpe, Fred Tharpe, Jeff Tharpe, Ron Thomas, Fred Thomas, Robert Thomas, Roren Thomas, Steve Thomas, Vincent Thompson, Austin Thompson, Benny Thompson, Bobby Thompson, Cade Thompson, Chris Thornhill, Jim Threats, Joseph Throneberry, Woody Tillery, Taz Toatley, Ronnie Toles, Trey Topps, Anthony Torian, Aaron Trammell, Ulysses Treadway, Gene Trent, Sanders Trice, Stanley Triggs, Kendrick Tucker, Johnny Tucker, Kyron Turnbow, Kyle Turner, Darron Turner, Juwan Turner, Milt Tyes, Don Underwood, Jason Utley, Jonathan Valdes, Jim Vallee, Matt Valleto, David Vassar, David Venzant, Earvin Verdell, Wendell Vickers, Tom Vincent, Garrett Vistal, Bruce Vowell, Tab Waddell, Jake Waggoner, John Wahlberg, Brady Walker, Anthony Walker, Charles Walker, Danny Walker, Mike Walker, Reggie 02 91-93 83-85 81-82 96-98 95 90-91 06-08 76 98-01 86-89 86-89 58-60 07-09 09-Active 69 02-05 73-75 07-10 01 07-08 10-Active 97-98 94 61 03 76 01-02 73-75 10 02 89-90 10-Active 70 77 01 08-11 71-73 07 81 97 03-06 83 64 11-Active 58-60 91-93 97 70-71 02-05 06 77-80 73-74 75-77 96-97 Wall, Justin Wamble, Jody Warr, Felando Warren, Buddy Warren, Eddie Warren, Mark Warren, Randy Wash, Albert Wash, Jimmy Washington, Larry Wathen, Dean Watkins, Danny Watkins, Greg Watson, Billy Watson, Doc Weaver, Justin Webb, Brian Webb, Mike Weems, Remondia Welch, Alan Welch, Derek Welch, Eric Welch, Joe Welch, Lewis West, Marvin Wheeler, Mark Wheeler, Roy Whitaker, Roderick White, Brian White, Todd White, Tom Whitefield, Billy Whitfield, Charlie Whitfield, Richard Whittaker, Doug Whittemore, Bill Wiggins, Jim Wiley, Chris Wilkins, Billy Williams, AJ Williams, Anthony Williams, Curtis Williams, David Williams, Don Williams, Eunique Williams, Henry Williams, John Williams, Lanny Williams, Leonard Williams, Mark Williams, Marshall Williams, Ray Williams, Shane Williams, Thad Wilson, Charles Wilson, Glenn Wilson, Jason Wilson, Nate Wilson, Paul Ryne Wilson, Richard Wilson, Rick 01 03-05 09 69-72 98-99 73-75 79-81 72-73 79-80 74-77 10-Active 76-77 87-88 61 62 05-07 97-98 75 93-96 81-82 09-10 96 90-93 69 71-74 04 61 06-08 96-97 87-90 09 61 75-78 67-69 98-99 00 67-68 93, 95 81-82 10-11 89-90 77-78 75-77 58-60 09 75-77 73 75 90-91 80-81 71-72 05-08 01-02 10-Active 90-91 76-77 02 05-08 02 83-85 96 Winslow, Eddy Wisniewski, Kyle Witten, Dana Wood, Gary Woods, Mack Woody, Will Wooten, Shawn Worthen, Craig Wright, Chris Wright, Clovis Wright, Jeff Wright, John Wright, Rod Wright, Tim Wynn, Charles Wyrosdick, J.D. Yandell, Lee Yarbrough, Josh Yeager, George Young, Brandyn Young, Jerry Young, Matt Youngerman, Charlie Zachary, Bob Zennon, Shelton Zipp, Bill Zipp, Mark 97-98 03-05 70-72 67-69 71 93-96 93 05-08 12-Active 88-89 76-78 72-73 11-Active 92-93 64 59-61

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Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder 1962 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder 1963 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Ted Sines 1964 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder 1965 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Jack Beeler Chris Holbrock 1966 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Jack Beeler Bobby Fowler 1967-1968 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Jack Beeler 1969 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Jack Beeler Vernon Prather Bud Reiselt Head Tommy Baker 1970 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Jack Beeler Vernon Prather Bud Reiselt Lloyd Watson 1974 Bob Carroll Grover Page Ross Elder Jack Beeler 116 Head Coach Line Coach End Coach] Head Coach Line Coach End Coach Head Coach Line End Freshman Coach Head Coach Line End Head Coach Defensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Backfield Freshman Coach Head Coach Defensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Backfield Coach Freshman Coach Head Coach Defensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Backfield Head Coach Defensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Backfield Offensive Backfield Freshman Coach Freshman Backfield Coach Head Coach Defensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Backfield Offensive Backfield Head Freshman Coach Assistant Freshman Coach Head Coach Defensive Line Offensive Line QBs, Receiver Vernon Prather Defensive Backfield 1975 George MacIntyre Head Coach Ron McCrone Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Vester Newcomb Offensive Coordinator, OL Fred Pickard Linebackers Billy Ware Defensive Line Jim Marshall Running Backs David Lee Quarterbacks, Receivers 1976 George MacIntyre Head Coach Ron McCrone Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Vester Newcomb Offensive Coordinator, OL Fred Pickard Linebackers Billy Ware Defensive Line Don Wiggins Running Backs David Lee Quarterbacks, Receivers 1977 George MacIntyre Head Coach Ron McCrone Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Vester Newcomb Offensive Coordinator Fred Pickard Linebackers Billy Ware Defensive Line Don Wiggins Receivers Monty Crook Offensive Line 1978 Vester Newcomb Head Coach Fred Pickard Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Jim Marshall Offensive Coordinator, OL Don Wiggins Receivers Charlie Newlon Secondary Gary Guthrie Running Backs Randy Latta Defensive Line Bill Staehs Quarterbacks Clay Blalack Defensive Ends 1979 Vester Newcomb Head Coach Fred Pickard Running Backs Don Wiggins Quarterbacks Charlie Newlon Secondary Jim Taubert Defensive Line Terry Giltner Linebackers 1980 Lynn Amedee Head Coach Fred Pickard Offensive Backs Jim Graves Offensive Line Charlie Newlon Secondary Jim Taubert Defensive Line Terry Giltner Linebackers 1981 Lynn Amedee Head Coach Fred Pickard Defensive Coordinator Donny Sherman Offensive Coordinator

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Jim Graves Offensive Line Jim Graves Offensive Line Jim Taubert Defensive Line Mickey Marley Secondary 1982 Fred Pickard Head Coach Jim Graves Offensive Coordinator, OL Jim Hardegree Offensive Line Mickey Marley Secondary Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator, DL Bill Staehs Quarterbacks 1983 Fred Pickard Head Coach Jim Graves Offensive Coordinator, OL Jim Hardegree Linebackers Mickey Marley Secondary Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator, DL Bill Staehs Quarterbacks 1984 Fred Pickard Head Coach Jim Graves Offensive Coordinator, OL Jim Hardegree Linebackers Mickey Marley Secondary Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator, DL Bill Staehs Quarterbacks 1985 Fred Pickard Head Coach Jim Graves Offensive Coordinator, OL Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator Jim Hardegree Linebackers Mickey Marley Defensive Backs Bill Staehs Quarterbacks, Recruiting Coordinator 1986 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Todd Berry Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Backs Jeremiah Davis Secondary, Recruiting Coordinator Denver Johnson Assistant Head Coach, Off. Line 1987 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Line Todd Berry Offensive Coordinator, QBs, Receivers Jeremiah Davis Linebackers, Recruiting Coordinator Denver Johnson Assistant Head Coach, Off. Line Jerry Reese Defensive Backs Bruce Scott Running Backs 1988 Don McLeary Head Coach Todd Berry Offensive Coordinator, OL, QBs, WRs Denver Johnson Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line Larry Shanks Defensive Coordinator, DL Jerry Reese Defensive Backs Bruce Scott Running Backs 1989 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Assistant Head Coach, DC, DL Bruce Scott Offensive Line Vincent White Offensive Coordinator, Receivers Jim Hughes Linebackers 1990 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Assistant Head Coach, DC, LBs Jerry Reese Defensive Backs Jim Hughes Linebackers Morgan Hout Offensive Coordinator, Receivers Todd Kirk Offensive Line Jim Graves Assistant, Recruiting Coordinator 1991 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Assistant Head Coach, DC, LBs Jerry Reese Secondary Jim Hughes Linebackers Todd Kirk Offensive Coordinator, Receivers Jim Graves PT Coach, Recruiting Coordinator 1992 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Assistant Head Coach, DC, LBs Jerry Reese Secondary Morgan Hout Passing Game Coord., Receivers Todd Kirk Run Game Coordinator, OL Grady Andrews Defensive Line Jim Graves PT Coach, Recruiting Coord. 1992 Don McLeary Head Coach Larry Shanks Assistant Head Coach, DC, LBs Jerry Reese Secondary Morgan Hout Passing Game Coord., Receivers Todd Kirk Run Game Coordinator, OL Grady Andrews Defensive Line Jim Graves PT Coach, Recruiting Coordinator 1993 Don McLeary Head Coach Jerry Reese Assistant Head Coach, Receivers Drew Fabianich Co-Defensive Coordinator, LBs Mike MacIntyre Co-Defensive Coordinator; Secondary Todd Kirk Run Game Coordinator, OL Grady Andrews Defensive Line Jim Graves PT Coach Jackie Shipp Restricted Earnings Coach 1994 Don McLeary Head Coach Jerry Reese Assistant Head Coach, Receivers 117

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Drew Fabianich Co-Defensive Coordinator, LBs Mike MacIntyre Secondary Todd Kirk Run Game Coordinator, OL Grady Andrews Defensive Line Matt MacIntyre Running Backs Kacy Rodgers Defensive Ends Charles Wiggins Graduate Assisstant 1995 Don McLeary Head Coach Drew Fabianich Co-Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Todd Kirk Offensive Line Kacy Rodgers Defensive Ends Charlie Stubbs Offensive Coordinator, QBs Charles Wiggins Restricted Earnings Coach 1996 Don McLeary Head Coach Mike MacIntyre Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Rod Olson Offensive Coordinator Todd Kirk Offensive Line Kacy Rodgers Defensive Ends Scott Smith Defensive Tackles Jody Evans Linebackers Mark Leposky Wide Receivers Brian Spano Linebackers 1997 Jim Marshall Head Coach Jim Abbate Secondary Mike Beagle Defensive Coordinator, LBs Jeff Brookshire Offensive Line Matt Griffin Offensive Coordinator, QBs; Receivers Kacy Rodgers Defensive Line Dave Walkosky Special Teams, Running Backs 1998 Jim Marshall Head Coach Jeff Brookshire Offensive Line Matt Griffin Offensive Coordinator, QBs, Receivers Dave Walkosky Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Chris Jones Defensive Line Larry Porter Running Backs Paul Randolph Line Backers 1999 Jim Marshall Head Coach Kurt Barber Defensive Line Damon Bradford Linebackers Jeff Brookshire Offensive Line Allan Cox Offensive Coordinator, QBs, Receivers Pete Shaw Defensive Coordinator, Secondary 2000 Sam McCorkle Head Coach Jeff Richards Assistant Head Coach, DC, LBs Kurt Barber Defensive Line 118 Gerald Broussard Offensive Line, Strength & Conditioning Brian Manner Running Backs Sammy McCorkle Defensive Backs Blaine McCorkle Wide Receivers 2001 Sam McCorkle Head Coach Butch Caldwell Assistant Head Coach, Recruiting Coordinator, LBs Sammy McCorkle Defensive Coordinator, LBs Brian Maner Running Backs, Strength & Conditioning Blaine McCorkle Offensive Line Wyatt Rogers Wide Receivers Johnny Jernigan Defensive Line 2002 Sam McCorkle Head Coach Brad Franchione LBs, Recruiting Coordinator Lee Hollifield Wide Receivers *Johnny Jernigan Defensive Line, Strength & Conditioning Blaine McCorkle Offensive Line Sammy McCorkle Defensive Coordinator, DBs Cedric Thomas Running Backs *Johnny Jernigan Interim Head Coach 2003 Matt Griffin Head Coach Mickey Fein Offensive Coordinator Andy Rondeau Defensive Coordinator, LBs Johnny Jernigan Defensive Line Brian Scott Wide Receivers Mike Zapolnik Offensive Line DeLane Fitzgerald Recruiting Coord., Receivers, RBs Jason Seaker Defensive Backs Dwayne Wilmot Defensive Assistant 2004 Matt Griffin Head Coach Kevin Cahill Wide Receivers Mickey Fein Offensive Coordinator, QBs DeLane Fitzgerald Special Teams Coord., RBs Michael Hayes Offensive Line Johnny Jernigan Defensive Line Mark Lister Defensive Coordinator Dewayne Wilmot Recruiting Coord., LBs Matt Wise Cornerbacks 2005 Matt Griffin Head Coach Kevin Cahill Wide Receivers Mickey Fein Offensive Coordinator, QBs Michael Hayes Offensive Line Johnny Jernigan Defensive Line Mark Lister Defensive Coordinator, LBs Dwayne Wilmot Recruiting Coordinator, Safeties Matt Wise Cornerbacks Brandon Lacy Running Backs

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William Hawkins Defensive Assistant 2006 Jason Simpson Head Coach Chris Boone Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, LBs Chris Achuff Defensive Line, Strength & Conditioning Shepherd Campell Cornerbacks Kent Laster Recruiting Coordinator, WRs Marcus Satterfield Passing Game Coordinator, RBs Ferrell Trimm Special Teams Coordinator, Safeties Geep Wade Offensive Line Will Harriger Tight Ends Tony Butler Assistant Coach 2007 Jason Simpson Head Coach Chris Boone Assistant Head Coach, Def. Coordinator, LBs Chris Achuff Defensive Line, Strength & Conditioning Shepherd Campbell Cornerbacks Marcus Satterfield Passing Game Coordinator, QBs Ferrell Trimm Special Teams Coordinator, Safeties Geep Wade Run Game Coordinator, OL Jay Graham Recruiting Coordinator, Receivers 2008 Jason Simpson Head Coach Adam Beauchamp DL, Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Anthony Blevins Recruiting Coordinator, CBs Chris Boone Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, Safeties Gerad Parker Running Backs Cesar Rivas-Sandoval Special Teams Coord., LBs Marcus Satterfield Associate Head Coach, Pass Game Coordinator, QBs, WRs Geep Wade Run Game Coordinator, OL 2009 Jason Simpson Head Coach Chris Boone Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator Geep Wade Offensive Coordinator, OL Adam Beauchamp Associate Head Coach, RBs Gerad Parker Wide Receivers Jimmy Lindsey Defensive Line Will Harriger Linebackers Carter Barfield Quarterbacks Brandon Cooper Cornerbacks Alex Cohen Strength and Conditioning Kevin Bannon Offensive GA Ray Williams Defensive GA 2010 Jason Simpson Head Coach Kevin Bannon Offensive GA Mac Bryan Offensive Line, Offensive Coordinator Chris Boone Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, Safeties Nathan Burton Linebackers Brandon Cooper Defensive Backs Chase Gibson Strength & Conditioning GA Jordan Hankins Running Backs, S & C Coordinator Ryan Nielson Defensive Line, Special Teams Coordinator Gerad Parker Wide Receivers, Recruiting Coordinator Kane Wommack Quarterbacks Ray Williams Defensive GA 2011 Jason Simpson Head Coach Darrin Fizer Offensive GA Mac Bryan Offensive Line, Co-Offensive Coordinator Lytrel Pollard Defensive Coordinator Nathan Burton Linebackers Jordon Hankins Associate Head Coach, RunningBacks, S & C Coordinator Bernard Riley Defensive Line Carmen Felus Co-Offensive Coordinator, Wide Receivers Kyle Manley Quarterbacks Nick Glenn Defensive Assistant, Recruiting Coordinator

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1925 (5-4-1) H.K. Grantham Union 9/19 Murray State 10/3 Will-Mayfield College 10/10 Jonesboro Baptist College 10/17 Memphis 10/23 Ogden College (Ky.) 10/31 All Stars Game 11/11 Bethel (Ky.) 11/20 Lambuth College 11/26 Bethel (Tenn.) 12/4
*Official score not recorded

Jackson, Tenn. 20-0 L Martin, Tenn. 6-0 L Marble Hill, Ark. 0-0 T Martin, Tenn. 22-0 W Memphis, Tenn. 15-6 W Martin, Tenn. 7-6 L Martin, Tenn. 6-0 W Russellville, Ky. * W Martin, Tenn. 13-0 W Martin, Tenn. 19-17 L

Caruthersville Jr College 10/3

Arkansas Monticello Murray State Delta State Bethel (Tenn.) Lambuth Austin Peay

10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/8 11/14 Jonesboro Baptist College 11/21 Memphis 11/28 1931 (4-5-1) H.K. Grantham Bethel (Ky.) 9/25 MTSU 10/2 Arkansas-Monticello 10/9 Lambuth 10/16 Bethel (Tenn.) 10/23 Freed-Hardeman 10/30 Tennessee Tech 11/7 Caruthersville Jr. College 11/13 Jonesboro Baptist College 11/21 Austin Peay 11/26 1932 (1-4-3) H.K. Grantham MTSU 9/30 Tennessee Tech 10/7 Lambuth 10/14 Freed-Hardeman 10/21 Cumberland University 10/28 Austin Peay 11/5 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/11 Memphis 11/19 1934 (7-1-0) W.E. Derryberry Burritt College 10/5 Freed-Hardeman 10/12 Tupelo Military Institute 10/19 Mississippi Jr. College 10/26 Lambuth 11/2 Jonesboro Baptist College 11/9 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/16 Hiwassee 11/28 1935 (7-2-1) W.E. Derryberry Arkansas College 9/27 Delta State 10/4 Arkansas State 10/11 Hiwassee 10/18 Lambuth 10/25 Southwestern Presbyterian 11/1 N.W. Miss. Jr. College 11/8 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/15 Murray State 11/22 Tupelo Military Institute 11/28

Martin, Tenn. 19-0 W Martin, Tenn. 7-7 T Martin, Tenn. 7-0 L Martin, Tenn. 26-6 W McKenzie, Tenn. 31-0 W Jackson, Tenn. 7-0 W Clarksville, Tenn. 32-0 W Martin, Tenn. 38-6 W Memphis, Tenn. 14-13 L Martin, Tenn. 7-2 L Martin, Tenn. 19-0 L Jonesboro, Ark. 6-0 L Martin, Tenn. 25-0 W Martin, Tenn. 19-6 L Martin, Tenn. 25-7 W Cookeville, Tenn. 26-7 L Caruthersville, Mo. 20-14 W Jonesboro, Ark. 46-0 W Martin, Tenn. 0-0 T
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 18-7

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1926 (2-6-1) H.K. Grantham Tupelo Military Institute 9/24 Cumberland University 10/1 Murray State 10/8 SIU Carbondale 10/15 Tennessee Tech 10/22 Will-Mayfield College 10/29 Lambuth 11/6 Union 11/12 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/25 1927 (2-3-2) H.K. Grantham Sunflower Junior College 10/7 SIU Carbondale 10/14 Murray State 10/28 Union 11/4 Lambuth 11/11 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/17 Tennessee Tech 11/24 1928 (2-6-0) H.K. Grantham Memphis 10/6 SIU Carbondale 10/12 Murray State 10/19 Will-Mayfield College 10/26 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/2 Lambuth 11/12 Tennessee Tech 11/23 Jonesboro Baptist College 11/29 1929 (4-4-0) H.K. Grantham Caruthersville Jr. College 10/4 Will-Mayfield College 10/12 Memphis 10/19 Delta State 10/26 Jonesboro Baptist College 11/1 Lambuth 11/11 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/16 Murray State 11/28

Martin, Tenn. 0-0 T Lebanon, Tenn. 30-0 L Murray, Ky. 25-0 L Martin, Tenn. 13-7 L Cookeville, Tenn. 12-0 L Martin, Tenn. 19-0 W Jackson, Tenn. 13-7 W Martin, Tenn. 12-7 L McKenzie, Tenn. 21-7 L Martin, Tenn. 39-0 W Carbondale, Ill. 37-7 L Martin, Tenn. 13-7 L Jackson, Tenn. 38-0 L Martin, Tenn. 7-7 T McKenzie, Tenn. 13-12 W Martin, Tenn. 0-0 T Memphis, Tenn. 60-0 L Martin, Tenn. 34-0 L Murray, Ky. 34-6 L Martin, Tenn. 57-0 W McKenzie, Tenn. 14-0 L Jackson, Tenn. 14-0 W Cookeville, Tenn. 13-12 L Martin, Tenn. 7-6 L Martin, Tenn. 7-0 W Marble Hill, Mo. 6-0 W Martin, Tenn. 13-2 L Cleveland, Miss. 27-0 L Jonesboro, Ark. 29-6 W Martin, Tenn. 8-6 L Martin, Tenn. 14-0 W Martin, Tenn. 13-7 L 31-2 W

L 0-0 T 20-6 W 0-0 T 12-0 L Clarksville, Tenn. 6-6 T Martin, Tenn. 17-0 L Memphis, Tenn. 6-0 L Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. 32-0 W Martin, Tenn. 25-0 W Martin, Tenn. 39-6 W Martin, Tenn. 39-0 W Martin, Tenn. 29-0 W Blytheville, Ark. 45-6 W Martin, Tenn. 7-6 L Madisonville, Tenn. 21-0 W Martin, Tenn. 21-0 W Martin, Tenn. 25-0 W Jonesboro, Ark. 25-0 W Martin, Tenn. 35-0 W Martin, Tenn. 21-6 W Martin, Tenn. 25-0 W Senatobia, Miss. 7-0 L Martin, Tenn. 0-0 T Martin, Tenn. 38-6 W Tupelo, Miss. 6-0 L

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1936 (8-0-0) W.E. Derryberry Mississippi Valley Conference Champions N.W. Miss. Jr. College 9/25 Martin, Tenn. 56-6 W Hiwassee 10/2 Martin, Tenn. 14-3 W Arkansas State 10/9 Martin, Tenn. 34-0 W Austin Peay 10/16 Martin, Tenn. 19-0 W Delta State 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 19-13 W Sunflower Jr. College 10/31 Moorhead, Miss. 40-0 W Bethel (Tenn.) 11/6 McKenzie, Tenn. 13-0 W Austin Peay 11/13 Clarksville, Tenn. 33-0 W 1941 (2-7-1) Paul Hug Memphis MTSU Austin Peay Lambuth Bethel (Tenn.) N.W. Miss. Jr. College Murray State SIU Carbondale Lambuth Bethel (Tenn.) 1946 (2-6-0) Paul Hug Bethel (Tenn.) Austin Peay Murray State Naval T.T. Center Camp Campbell Austin Peay Murray State Bethel (Tenn.) 10/7 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/27 10/31 11/6 11/16 11/19 11/21 10/4 10/12 10/14 10/26 11/1 11/8 11/14 11/22 Memphis, Tenn. 20-0 L Martin, Tenn. 7-6 W Martin, Tenn. 13-0 L Martin, Tenn. 37-0 L McKenzie, Tenn. 27-18 L Senatobia, Miss. 45-0 L Martin, Tenn. 0-0 T Carbondale, Ill. 34-0 L Jackson, Tenn. 26-6 L Martin, Tenn. 55-6 W

1937 (6-2-1) Nick G. Denes

Mississippi Valley Conference Champions N.W. Miss. Jr. College 9/24 Martin, Tenn. 19-0 W Louisiana-Monroe 10/1 Monroe, La. 59-0 L Arkansas State 10/7 Jonesboro, Ark. 10-7 L Draughon 10/14 Martin, Tenn. 84-0 W Austin Peay 10/21 Martin, Tenn. 20-12 W Sunflower Jr. College 10/28 Martin, Tenn. 15-6 W Murray State 11/5 Paris, Tenn. (H) 43-6 W Memphis 11/12 Martin, Tenn. 6-6 T St. Bernard 11/19 Cullman, Ala. 46-0 W

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Clarksville, Tenn. 33-0 L Millington, Tenn. 25-12 L

13-0 L 51-3 L

Martin, Tenn. 6-0 W Martin, Tenn. 14-6 L Martin, Tenn. 13-6 L McKenzie, Tenn. 25-6 W Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky. 13-0 W 40-7 L McKenzie, Tenn. 13-6 W Martin, Tenn. 16-0 W Monroe, La. 33-0 L Martin, Tenn. 20-6 W Clarksville, Tenn. 20-7 L Martin, Tenn. 7-6 L Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Jackson, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Athens, Ala. Martin, Tenn. 20-7 L 21-0 L 13-12 L * L 12-7 L 0-0 T 39-0 L

1938 (0-7-0) Nick G. Denes Tennessee Wesleyan 10/1 Arkansas State 10/8 St. Bernard 10/15 Austin Peay 10/22 N. W. Miss. Jr. College 11/5 Murray State 11/12 SIU Alton 11/19 1939 (3-5-0) Paul Hug Memphis St. Bernard Austin Peay Tennessee Wesleyan N.W. Miss. Jr. College Arkansas State Shurtleff College Martin College 1940 (4-6-0) Paul Hug Memphis MTSU Austin Peay South Fulton High St. Bernard N.W. Miss. Jr. College Arkansas State Lambuth Martin College 10/6 10/14 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/11 11/17 11/30 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/22 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

Athens, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

12-6 L 7-6 L 18-14 L Clarksville, Tenn. 14-13 L Martin, Tenn. 6-0 L Martin, Tenn. 39-0 L Alton, Ill. 14-13 L Martin, Tenn. 13-7 W Cullman, Ala. 2-0 L Martin, Tenn. 7-0 L Athens, Tenn. 33- L Martin, Tenn. 20-9 L Jonesboro, Ark. 26-13 L Martin, Tenn. 20-6 W Martin, Tenn. 26-0 W Martin, Tenn. 19-7 L Mufreesboro, Tenn. 45-6 L Clarksville, Tenn. 20-0 L South Fulton, Tenn. 29-13 W Martin, Tenn. 37-7 W Martin, Tenn. 7-0 L Martin, Tenn. 14-7 W Martin, Tenn. 44-32 W Pulaski, Tenn. 13-6 L

1947 (4-4-0) James C. Henson Southeast Missouri State 10/4 Murray State 10/9 Bethel (Tenn.) 10/16 Lambuth 10/23 N.W. Louisiana 10/30 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/2 Austin Peay 11/15 Murray State 11/22 1948 (0-6-1) James C. Henson Southeast Mo. Teachers 10/1 Murray State 10/8 Bethel (Tenn.) College 10/15 Lambuth 10/22 Cumberland University 10/29 Athens State 11/6 Austin Peay 11/12
*Official score not recorded

1949 (0-7-1) James C. Henson Itawamba 10/1 Athens State 10/7 Bethel (Tenn.) College 10/14 Northeast Miss. Jr. College 10/22 Tennessee Wesleyan 10/28 Missouri Baptist College 11/4 Murray State 11/11 North Alabama 11/19

Martin, Tenn. 35-6 L Martin, Tenn. 54-0 L McKenzie, Tenn. 30-6 L Bonneville, Miss. 39-0 L Athens, Tenn. 48-0 L Martin, Tenn. 26-26 T Martin, Tenn. 47-0 L Florence, Ala. 54-0 L 39-2 L 33-0 W 121

1950 (5-3-0) James C. Henson Itawamba Jr. College 9/30 Fulton, Miss. Southeast Missouri State 10/7 Martin, Tenn.

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Bethel (Tenn.) College 10/14 N.E. Mississippi Jr. College 10/20 Bethel (Tenn.) 10/28 Missouri Baptist College 11/4 Austin Peay 11/9 Tennessee Wesleyan 11/17 1951 (2-4-0) James C. Henson Itawamba Jr. College 9/29 Bethel (Tenn.) 10/13 N.W. Mississippi Jr. College 10/20 Bethel (Tenn.) 11/2 Northeast Miss. Jr. College 11/10 Tennessee Wesleyan 11/16 1952 (3-4-0) James C. Henson Itawamba Jr. College 9/27 Bethel (Tenn.) 10/4 Union 10/10 N.W. Mississippi Jr. College 10/17 Fort Campbell 10/28 N.E. Miss. Jr. College 11/8 Tennessee Wesleyan 11/15 1953 (2-5-0) James C. Henson Itawamba Jr. College 9/26 Sewanee 10/3 N.E. Miss. Jr. College 10/9 N.W. Miss. Jr. College 10/17 Memphis Navy 10/23 Little Rock Jr. College 11/7 Tennessee Wesleyan 11/14 1954 (2-6-0) James C. Henson Scooba 10/2 Itawamba Jr. College 10/9 Tennessee Wesleyan 10/15 N.W. Miss. Jr. College 10/23 William-Carey College 10/30 Little Rock Jr. College 11/5 N.E. Miss. Jr. College 11/13 Memphis Navy 11/19 1955 (2-5-1) James C. Henson Columbia Military 9/24 N.E. Miss. Jr. College 10/1 Memphis 10/7 Tennessee Wesleyan 10/15 N.W. Miss. Jr. College 10/22 Baylor 10/29 Sewanee 11/5 Memphis Navy 11/19 Martin, Tenn. 13-0 W Martin, Tenn. 21-6 L McKenzie, Tenn. 19-13 W Saint Louis, Mo. 52-7 W Martin, Tenn. 19-13 W Athens, Tenn. 33-7 L Martin, Tenn. 33-6 L McKenzie, Tenn. 2-0 W Martin, Tenn. 26-6 L Martin, Tenn. 13-0 W Greenville, Miss. 47-0 L Athens, Tenn. 15-6 L Fulton, Miss. 14-7 W Martin, Tenn. 19-13 W Martin, Tenn. 38-7 L Senatobia, Miss 33-13 L Martin, Tenn. 27-0 L Martin, Tenn. 21-13 W Martin, Tenn. 20-7 L Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. 13-0 L 6-0 W Booneville, Miss. 26-14 L Martin, Tenn. 19-7 W Memphis, Tenn. 33-0 L Martin, Tenn. 38-7 L Athens, Tenn. 20-7 L Martin, Tenn. 7-0 W Fulton, Miss. 14-0 L Martin, Tenn. 19-13 W Senatobia, Miss. 19-13 L Martin, Tenn. 33-13 L Little Rock, Ark. 39-7 L Booneville, Miss. 32-16 L Memphis, Tenn. 23-6 L Columbia, Tenn. 9-6 W Booneville, Miss. 19-6 L Martin, Tenn. 26-6 L Athens, Tenn. 6-6 T Martin, Tenn. 14-13 L Martin, Tenn. 13-7 L Martin, Tenn. 33-0 W Memphis, Tenn. 13-6 L 34-0 L N.E. Miss. Jr. College Columbia Military N.W. Miss. Jr. College Arkansas State Memphis Redstone Arsenal Memphis Navy 10/4 Booneville, Miss. 31-7 L 10/13 Martin, Tenn. 35-0 W 10/20 Senatobia, Miss. 20-12 W 10/27 Martin, Tenn. 20-12 L 11/1 Martin, Tenn. 27-14 W 11/10 Redstone Arsenal, Ala. 41-21 W 11/17 Memphis, Tenn. 13-6 L Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Conway, Ark. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. 32-6 W 26-18 W 39-0 W 26-9 W 59-6 W Chattanooga, Tenn. 31-13 L Memphis, Tenn. 25-20 W Martin, Tenn. Conway, Ark. Martin, Tenn. 33-7 W 7-6 W 20-0 W Union City, Tenn. (H) 34-0 W Martin, Tenn. 32-7 W Birmingham, Ala. 14-14 T Cleveland, Miss. 14-0 W Martin, Tenn. 13-0 L Martin, Tenn. 14-4 W Cleveland, Miss. 33-0 L Union City, Tenn. (H) 33-13 W Martin, Tenn. 14-1 L Georgetown, Ky. 23-14 L Memphis, Tenn. 26-6 W Clarksville, Tenn. 21-10 W

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1957 (6-1-0) Bob Carroll Marion Institute 9/27 Arkansas State 10/4 Hendrix 10/11 N.W. Miss. Jr. College 10/19 West Georgia 10/26 Baylor 11/8 Memphis Navy 11/15 1958 (7-0-1) Bob Carroll Georgetown (Ky.) 9/20 Central Arkansas 9/27 Tennessee Tech 10/3 Hendrix 10/11 Ozark 10/18 Samford 10/25 Delta State 11/8 1959 (4-4-0) Bob Carroll Central Arkansas 9/26 West Alabama 10/2 Delta State 10/10 Harding 10/17 Samford 10/31 Georgetown 10/31 Memphis Navy 11/14 Austin Peay 11/21

1960 (7-3-0) Bob Carroll Volunteer State Athletic Conference Champions Memphis Navy 9/17 Memphis, Tenn. 35-0 W Central Arkansas 9/24 Conway, Arkansas 19-6 L Austin Peay 10/1 Martin, Tenn. 13-7 W Missouri - Rolla 10/8 Rolla, Mo. 20-12 W West Alabama 10/15 Livingston, Ala. 14-12 W Millsaps College 10/22 Martin, Tenn. 55-6 W Delta State 10/29 Martin, Tenn. 34-8 L Carson-Newman 11/5 Martin, Tenn. 26-21 W Troy 11/12 Martin, Tenn. 21-16 W North Alabama 11/19 Florence, Ala. 21-20 L

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1961 (4-5-0) Bob Carroll Arkansas State Teachers 9/23 Austin Peay 9/30 Missouri-Rolla 10/7 Murray State 10/14

Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky.

Clarksville, Tenn. 14-7 W

15-8 L

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West Alabama Delta State Carson-Newman Troy North Alabama 10/21 Martin, Tenn. 33-0 W 10/28 Cleveland, Miss. 22-8 L 11/4 Jefferson City, Tenn. 10-8 L 11/11 Troy, Ala. 22-8 W 11/18 Martin, Tenn. 17-14 L Conway, Ark. 13-6 W Martin, Tenn. 16-0 W Rolla, Mo. 26-18 W Martin, Tenn. 15-12 L Livingston, Ala. 15-12 L Martin, Tenn. 19-18 W Martin, Tenn. 22-9 W Martin, Tenn. 27-6 W Florence, Ala. 31-8 L MTSU Delta State 9/24 Martin, Tenn. 10/1 Martin, Tenn. Southeast Missouri State 10/8 Cape Girardeau, Mo. N.W. Louisiana 10/15 Natchitoches, La. Bradley 10/22 Peoria, Ill. Murray State 10/29 Martin, Tenn. Troy 11/5 Martin, Tenn. North Alabama 11/12 Florence, Ala. Austin Peay 11/19 Martin, Tenn. 10-3 L 7-3 L 17-14 W 26-7 L 40-0 W 16-12 W 30-7 W 24-18 W 17-13 L

1962 (6-3-0) Bob Carroll Central Arkansas 9/22 Austin Peay 9/29 Missouri-Rolla 10/6 Murray State 10/13 West Alabama 10/20 Delta State 10/27 Carson-Newman 11/3 Troy 11/10 North Alabama 11/17

1967 (10-1-0) Bob Carroll

1963 (5-5-0) Bob Carroll Harding 9/14 Martin, Tenn. 19-7 W Central Arkansas 9/21 Martin, Tenn. 13-6 L MTSU 9/28 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 21-14 L Missouri-Rolla 10/5 Martin, Tenn. 32-7 W West Alabama 10/12 Martin, Tenn. 9-7 W Murray State 10/19 Murray, Ky. 19-8 L Delta State 10/26 Cleveland, Miss. 21-8 L Troy State 11/9 Troy, Ala. 7-0 W North Alabama 11/16 Martin, Tenn. 27-2 W Austin Peay 11/23 Clarksville, Tenn. 20-6 L 1964 (4-5-1) Bob Carroll Harding 9/12 Central Arkansas 9/19 MTSU 9/26 Missouri-Rolla 10/3 West Alabama 10/10 Murray State 10/17 Delta State 10/24 Delta State 10/10 Troy 11/7 North Alabama 11/14 Austin Peay 11/21 Searcy, Ark. 28-0 W Conway, Ark. 7-0 L Martin, Tenn. 0-0 T Rolla, Mo. 26-6 W Livingston, Ala. 26-14 W Martin, Tenn. 32-14 L Martin, Tenn. 17-0 L Cleveland, Miss. 33-0 L Martin, Tenn. 12-9 W Florence, Ala. 8-0 L Martin, Tenn. 35-0 L

Atlantic Coast College Division National Champions Murray State 9/16 Martin, Tenn. 16-9 W Millikin University 9/23 Decatur, Ill. 70-0 W Southeast Missouri State 9/30 Martin, Tenn. 39-0 W Jacksonville State 10/7 Jacksonville, Ala. 38-0 W Delta State 10/21 Cleveland, Miss. 19-18 L MTSU 10/28 Martin, Tenn. 44-36 W Troy 11/4 Troy, Ala. 20-12 W North Alabama 11/11 Martin, Tenn. 22-0 W Central Arkansas 11/18 Martin, Tenn. 48-14 W Austin Peay 11/23 Clarksville, Tenn. 47-6 W

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(Atlantic Coast College Division Championship) West Chester State 12/16 Orlando, Fla. 25-8 W 1968 (3-5-1) Bob Carroll Austin Peay 11/19 Martin, Tenn. 17-13 L Murray State 9/21 Murray, Ky. 7-7 T McNeese State 9/28 Lake Charles, La. 16-0 L Northwood of Michigan 10/5 Martin, Tenn. 64-0 W Jacksonville State 10/12 Martin, Tenn. 16-12 L Delta State 10/26 Martin, Tenn. 29-20 W MTSU 11/2 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 24-17 L Troy 11/9 Martin, Tenn. 12-3 W North Alabama 11/16 Florence, Ala. 36-17 L Austin Peay 11/28 Martin, Tenn. 9-7 L 1969 (3-6-0) Bob Carroll Austin Peay 9/13 Quantico Marines 9/20 McNeese State 9/27 Jacksonville State 10/11 Parsons College 10/18 Delta State 10/25 Pensacola Navy 11/1 Troy State 11/8 North Alabama 11/15 1970 (7-3-0) Bob Carroll MTSU 9/19 McNeese State 9/26 Tennessee Tech 10/3 Jacksonville State 10/10 Austin Peay 10/17
Clarksville, Tenn. 7-6 W

1965 (4-5-0) Bob Carroll Central Arkansas 9/18 Martin, Tenn. 15-14 L MTSU 9/25 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 24-14 L Delta State 10/2 Cleveland, Miss. 24-17 L Murray State 10/16 Murray, Ky. 17-7 W Bradley 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 34-25 W N.W. Louisiana 10/30 Martin, Tenn. 19-17 W Troy 11/6 Troy, Ala. 20-6 W North Alabama 11/13 Martin, Tenn. 17-14 L Austin Peay 11/20 Clarksville, Tenn. 49-0 L 1966 (5-5-0) Bob Carroll Central Arkansas 9/17 Conway, Ark. 17-14 L

Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

29-14 L 17-15 L Jacksonville, Ala. 22-20 L Fairfield, Iowa 31-6 W Cleveland, Miss. 28-6 L Martin, Tenn. 25-9 W Troy, Ala. 23-13 L Martin, Tenn. 51-7 L
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 28-7

Lake Charles, La. 10-7 W

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Delta State Pensacola Navy Troy North Alabama Livingston 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 Cleveland, Miss. 17-13 W Pensacola, Fla. 30-0 W Martin, Tenn. 23-9 W Florence, Ala. 35-7 W Martin, Tenn. 29-14 W 1975 (2-8-0, 1-7-0 GSC) George MacIntyre Nicholls State 9/13 Thibodaux, La. 23-0 L Southeastern Louisiana 9/20 Martin, Tenn. 23-7 W Mississippi College 10/4 Martin, Tenn. 14-10 L Murray State 10/11 Martin, Tenn. 17-10 L Jacksonville State 10/18 Jacksonville, Ala. 11-3 L Delta State 10/25 Martin, Tenn. 13-3 L Austin Peay 11/1 Clarksville, Tenn. 24-15 W Troy 11/8 Troy, Ala. 17-0 L North Alabama 11/15 Martin, Tenn. 30-20 L Livingston 11/22 Martin, Tenn. 17-7 L 1976 (8-3-0, 5-3-0 GSC) George MacIntyre Southeastern Louisiana 9/4 Hammond, La. 28-12 L Austin Peay 9/11 Martin, Tenn. 24-20 W MTSU 9/18 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 38-3 W Jacksonville State 9/25 Martin, Tenn. 24-3 L Mississippi College 10/2 Martin, Tenn. 36-14 W Murray State 10/9 Murray, Ky. 24-0 W Nicholls State 10/16 Martin, Tenn. 3-0 L Delta State 10/23 Cleveland, Miss. 42-25 W North Alabama 10/30 Florence, Ala. 31-7 W Tennessee State 11/6 Martin, Tenn. 26-21 W Morehead State 11/13 Morehead, Ky. 40-0 W 1977 (8-3-0, 6-2-0 GSC) George MacIntyre Austin Peay 9/10 Clarksville, Tenn. 23-10 W MTSU 9/17 Martin, Tenn. 27-0 W Jacksonville State 9/24 Jacksonville, Ala. 36-13 L Mississippi College 10/1 Clinton, Miss. 27-24 L Murray State 10/8 Martin, Tenn. 31-20 W Nicholls State 10/15 Thibodaux, La. 34-0 W Delta State 10/22 Martin, Tenn. 46-7 W North Alabama 10/29 Martin, Tenn. 31-13 W Tennessee State 11/5 Nashville, Tenn. 55-7 L Morehead State 11/12 Martin, Tenn. 49-7 W Livingston 11/19 Livingston, Ala. 26-10 W 1978 (2-8-0, 0-7-0 GSC) Vester Newcomb Austin Peay 9/9 Martin, Tenn. 21-14 L MTSU 9/16 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 28-17 W Jacksonville State 9/23 Martin, Tenn. 44-15 L Mississippi College 9/30 Martin, Tenn. 21-7 L Murray State 10/7 Murray, Ky. 21-7 L Morehead State 10/14 Martin, Tenn. 23-9 W Delta State 10/21 Cleveland, Miss. 42-14 L North Alabama 10/28 Florence, Ala. 38-17 L Nicholls State 11/4 Martin, Tenn. 7-3 L Livingston 11/18 Martin, Tenn. 21-17 L 1979 (5-5-0, 4-2-0 GSC) Vester Newcomb Austin Peay 9/8 Clarksville, Tenn. 34-7 L Middle Tenn. State 9/15 Martin, Tenn. 31-23 W Jacksonville State 9/22 Jacksonville, Ala. 15-14 W

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1971 (5-5-0, 3-3-0 GSC) Bob Carroll MTSU 9/18 Martin, Tenn. 28-0 W McNeese State 9/25 Martin, Tenn. 24-20 L Tennessee Tech 10/2 Cookeville, Tenn. 10-7 L Murray State 10/9 Martin, Tenn. 41-0 W Austin Peay 10/16 Clarksville, Tenn. 17-3 W Delta State 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 17-12 W Jacksonville State 10/30 Jacksonville, Ala. 30-10 L Troy 11/6 Troy, Ala. 21-0 L North Alabama 11/13 Martin, Tenn. 20-7 W Livingston 11/20 Livingston, Ala. 28-7 L 1972 (1-9-0, 1-5-0 GSC) Bob Carroll MTSU 9/16 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 30-3 L Jacksonville State 9/23 Martin, Tenn. 20-6 L Tennessee Tech 9/30 Martin, Tenn. 13-10 L Murray State 10/4 Murray, Ky. 14-7 L Austin Peay 10/14 Martin, Tenn. 18-6 L Delta State 10/21 Cleveland, Miss. 24-12 L Nicholls State 10/28 Martin, Tenn. 18-15 L Troy 11/4 Martin, Tenn. 28-23 L North Alabama 11/11 Florence, Ala. 21-16 W Livingston 11/18 Livingston, Ala. 35-6 L 1973 (2-8-1, 1-5-1 GSC) Bob Carroll Nicholls State 9/8 Thibodaux, La. 7-0 L MTSU 9/15 Martin, Tenn. 7-0 L Jacksonville State 9/22 Jacksonville, Ala. 50-7 L Tennessee Tech 9/29 Cookeville, Tenn. 16-9 L Murray State 10/6 Martin, Tenn. 21-10 L Eastern Kentucky 10/13 Richmond, Ky. 16-14 L Delta State 10/20 Martin, Tenn. 28-10 L Austin Peay 10/27 Clarksville, Tenn. 26-0 W Troy 11/3 Troy, Ala. 30-0 L North Alabama 11/10 Martin, Tenn. 17-16 W Livingston 11/17 Martin, Tenn. 7-7 T 1974 (2-9-0, 1-7-0 GSC) Bob Carroll Nicholls State 9/14 Martin, Tenn. 16-14 L Southeastern Louisiana 9/21 Hammond, La. 44-13 L Jacksonville State 9/28 Martin, Tenn. 17-0 L Mississippi College* 10/5 Clinton, Miss. 23-7 W Murray State 10/12 Murray, Ky. 14-6 L Eastern Kentucky 10/19 Martin, Tenn. 24-9 L Delta State 10/26 Cleveland, Miss. 29-0 L Austin Peay 11/2 Martin, Tenn. 31-26 W Troy 11/9 Martin, Tenn. 47-35 L North Alabama 11/16 Florence, Ala. 42-10 L Livingston 11/23 Livingston, Ala. 28-7 L
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Mississippi College Murray State Morehead State Delta State North Alabama Nicholls State Livingston 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/17 Clinton, Miss. Martin, Tenn. Morehead, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Thibodaux, La. Martin, Tenn. 13-10 W 24-0 L 7-0 L 28-27 L 10-9 W 15-7 L 23-18 W Delta State Lane Murray State Eastern Kentucky 11/12 11/19 10/12 10/19 Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. 34-16 W 22-7 W 14-6 L 24-9 L

1980 (4-7-0, 2-4-0 GSC) Lynn Amadee Arkansas State 9/6 Jonesboro, Ark. 29-9 L Austin Peay 9/13 Martin, Tenn. 24-20 W Troy State 9/20 Troy, Ala. 38-0 L Livingston 9/27 Livingston, Ala. 7-6 L Tennessee Tech 10/4 Martin, Tenn. 30-28 L Murray State 10/11 Murray, Ky. 20-6 L Morris Brown 10/18 Martin, Tenn. 49-21 W Mississippi College 10/25 Martin, Tenn. 30-27 W North Alabama 11/1 Florence, Ala. 26-17 L Jacksonville State 11/8 Martin, Tenn. 19-14 L Delta State 11/15 Cleveland, Miss. 9-0 W 1981 (4-7-0, 3-3-0 GSC) Lynn Amadee Troy 9/12 Martin, Tenn. 19-7 W MTSU 9/12 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 6-3 L Livingston 9/26 Martin, Tenn. 28-16 L Tennessee Tech 10/3 Cookeville, Tenn. 24-21 W Murray State 10/10 Martin, Tenn. 10-7 L Southeastern Louisiana 10/17 Hammond, La. 13-10 L Mississippi College 10/24 Clinton, Miss. 29-28 W North Alabama 10/31 Martin, Tenn. 37-10 L Jacksonville State 11/7 Jacksonville, Ala. 44-7 L Delta State 11/14 Martin, Tenn. 34-25 W Austin Peay 11/21 Clarksville, Tenn. 28-14 L 1982 (5-6-0, 0-6-0 GSC) Fred Pickard Fort Valley State 9/11 Martin, Tenn. 14-6 W Austin Peay 9/18 Clarksville, Tenn. 17-14 W Livingston 9/25 Livingston, Ala. 27-14 L Tennessee Tech 10/2 Martin, Tenn. 35-21 W Murray State 10/9 Murray, Ky. 10-7 W North Alabama 10/16 Florence, Ala. 33-10 L Mississippi College 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 16-9 L Troy State 10/30 Troy, Ala. 54-10 L Jacksonville State 11/6 Martin, Tenn. 41-13 L Delta State 11/13 Cleveland, Miss. 47-0 L Kentucky State 11/20 Martin, Tenn. 20-0 W 1983 (4-7-0, 3-4-0 GSC) Fred Pickard Arkansas State 9/3 Jonesboro, Ark. 31-0 L Austin Peay 9/10 Martin, Tenn. 45-6 L MTSU 9/17 Martin, Tenn. 39-3 L Livingston 9/24 Martin, Tenn. 17-16 W West Georgia 10/1 Carrollton, Ga. 20-18 L North Alabama 10/15 Martin, Tenn. 35-7 L Mississippi College 10/22 Clinton, Miss. 28-0 L Troy State 10/29 Martin, Tenn. 17-14 W Jacksonville State 11/5 Jacksonville, Ala. 31-19 L

1984 (2-8-1, 1-6-1 GSC) Fred Pickard Austin Peay 9/8 Clarksville, Tenn. 13-10 L Arkansas State 9/15 Jonesboro, Ark. 72-14 L Valdosta State 9/22 Martin, Tenn. 38-6 L Mississippi College 9/29 Clinton, Miss. 20-10 L Delta State 10/6 Martin, Tenn. 27-7 L North Alabama 10/13 Florence, Ala. 10-10 T Southeast Missouri State 10/20 Martin, Tenn. 21-7 W Jacksonville State 10/27 Martin, Tenn. 23-16 L Troy 11/3 Troy, Ala. 31-7 L Livingston 11/10 Martin, Tenn. 7-0 W West Georgia 11/17 Carrollton, Ga. 33-16 L 1985 (1-10-0, 0-8-0 GSC) Fred Pickard Lane 9/7 Martin, Tenn. 12-6 W Austin Peay 9/14 Martin, Tenn. 13-7 L Southeast Missouri State 9/21 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 57-17 L Valdosta State 9/28 Valdosta, Ga. 31-7 L Mississippi College 10/5 Martin, Tenn. 38-0 L Delta State 10/12 Cleveland, Miss. 16-3 L North Alabama 10/19 Martin, Tenn. 38-7 L Jacksonville State 11/2 Jacksonville, Ala. 19-13 L Troy 11/9 Martin, Tenn. 44-19 L Livingston 11/16 Livingston, Ala. 41-6 L West Georgia 11/23 Martin, Tenn. 21-14 L 1986 (3-8-0, 2-6-0 GSC) Don McLeary Lane 9/6 Martin, Tenn. 57-11 W Austin Peay 9/13 Clarksville, Tenn. 36-0 L Southeast Missouri 9/20 Martin, Tenn. 37-29 L Valdosta State 9/27 Martin, Tenn. 49-24 L Mississippi College 10/4 Clinton, Miss. 28-3 L Delta State 10/11 Martin, Tenn. 38-19 L North Alabama 10/18 Florence, Ala. 7-3 W Jacksonville State 11/1 Martin, Tenn. 30-20 L Troy State 11/8 Troy, Ala. 50-30 L Livingston 11/15 Martin, Tenn. 48-25 W West Georgia 11/22 Carrollton, Ga. 39-33 L 1987 (5-6-0, 3-5-0 GSC) Don McLeary Murray State 9/5 Murray, Ky. 34-6 L Austin Peay 9/12 Martin, Tenn. 30-10 W Southeast Missouri 9/19 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 25-13 W Valdosta State 9/26 Valdosta, Ga. 24-10 L Mississippi College 10/3 Martin, Tenn. 34-24 L Delta State 10/10 Cleveland, Miss 17-14 L North Alabama 10/17 Martin, Tenn. 3-0 L Jacksonville State 10/31 Jacksonville, Ala. 28-17 W Troy 11/7 Martin, Tenn. 31-21 L Livingston 11/14 Livingston, Ala. 27-26 W West Georgia 11/21 Martin, Tenn. 17-12 W 125

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1988 (11-2-0, 7-1-0 GSC) Don McLeary
Gulf South Conference Tri-Champions Murray State 9/3 Murray, Ky. 32-24 W Henderson State 9/10 Martin, Tenn. 33-0 W Valdosta State 9/17 Martin, Tenn. 13-9 W Mississippi College 9/24 Clinton, Miss. 24-21 L Delta State 10/1 Martin, Tenn. 15-3 W North Alabama 10/8 Florence, Ala. 38-14 W Samford 10/15 Birmingham, Ala. 45-13 W Jacksonville State 10/22 Martin, Tenn. 31-24 W Troy State 10/29 Troy, Ala. 27-23 W Livingston 11/5 Martin, Tenn. 41-11 W West Georgia 11/12 Carrollton, Ga. 38-12 W Butler Texas A & I NCAA Division II Playoffs 11/14 Martin, Tenn. 23-6 W 11/26 Kingsville, Texas 34-0 L Austin Peay McNeese State 11/9 Martin, Tenn. 34-28 W 11/23 Lake Charles, La. 17-16 L 1992 (3-8-0, 2-6-0 OVC) Don McLeary Delta State 9/5 Martin, Tenn. 24-0 W UT Chattanooga 9/12 Chattanooga, Tenn. 37-28 L Morehead State 9/19 Martin, Tenn. 20-7 W Tennessee Tech 9/26 Cookeville, Tenn. 17-13 L Murray State 10/10 Martin, Tenn. 13-7 W Tennessee State 10/17 Nashville, Tenn. 23-15 L Eastern Kentucky 10/24 Martin, Tenn. 35-9 L Southeast Missouri 10/31 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 37-13 L Middle Tennessee 11/7 Martin, Tenn. 14-0 L Samford 11/14 Martin, Tenn. 42-25 L Austin Peay 11/21 Clarksville, Tenn. 32-18 L 1993 (6-5-0, 5-3-0 OVC) Don McLeary UT Chattanooga 9/2 Martin, Tenn. 26-7 L West Georgia 9/11 Martin, Tenn. 26-12 W Southeast Missouri 9/25 Martin, Tenn. 17-14 W Murray State 10/2 Martin, Tenn. 28-21 L MTSU 10/9 Martin, Tenn. 24-14 W Tennessee Tech 10/16 Cookeville, Tenn. 20-3 L Tennessee State 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 21-14 W Eastern Kentucky 10/30 Richmond, Ky. 30-0 L Samford 11/6 Birmingham, Ala. 10-0 L Morehead State 11/13 Morehead, Ky. 17-0 W Austin Peay 11/20 Clarksville, Tenn. 39-33 W 1994 (5-6-0, 2-6-0 OVC) Don McLeary SIU Carbondale 9/3 Carbondale, Ill. 35-26 W Lane 9/17 Martin, Tenn. 14-6 W Southeast Missouri 9/24 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 10-0 L Murray State 10/1 Murray, Ky. 28-24 L MTSU 10/8 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 38-7 L Tennessee Tech 10/15 Martin, Tenn. 20-10 W Tennessee State 10/22 Nashville, Tenn. 20-3 L Eastern Kentucky 10/29 Martin, Tenn. 34-14 L Charleston Southern 11/5 Martin, Tenn. 42-14 W Morehead State 11/12 Martin, Tenn. 21-7 W Austin Peay 11/19 Martin, Tenn. 27-21 L 1995 (5-6-0, 4-4-0 OVC) Don McLeary Bethel 9/7 Martin, Tenn. 97-7 W Eastern Illinois 9/16 Charleston, Ill. 30-22 L Morehead State 9/23 Morehead, Ky. 49-24 W Tennessee Tech 9/30 Martin, Tenn. 36-31 W Murray State 10/7 Murray, Ky. 33-9 L Tennessee State 10/14 Martin, Tenn. 28-7 W Eastern Kentucky 10/21 Richmond, Ky. 38-15 L Southeast Missouri 10/28 Martin, Tenn. 38-17 L MTSU 11/4 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 45-17 L Samford 11/11 Martin, Tenn. 21-14 L Austin Peay 11/18 Martin, Tenn. 31-28 W

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1989 (2-9-0, 1-7-0 GSC) Don McLeary Murray State 9/2 Martin, Tenn. 24-3 L Austin Peay 9/9 Martin, Tenn. 21-0 W Valdosta State 9/16 Valdosta, Ga. 35-14 L Mississippi College 9/23 Martin, Tenn. 24-3 L Delta State 9/30 Cleveland, Miss. 13-12 W North Alabama 10/7 Martin, Tenn. 28-6 L Samford 10/14 Martin, Tenn. 37-33 L Jacksonville State 10/21 Jacksonville, Ala. 63-0 L Troy State 10/28 Martin, Tenn. 14-6 L Livingston 11/4 Livingston, Ala. 35-17 L West Georgia 11/11 Martin, Tenn. 36-7 L 1990 (4-7-0, 2-6-0 GSC) Don McLeary Lane College 9/1 Martin, Tenn. 73-0 W Austin Peay 9/8 Clarksville, Tenn. 24-10 W Valdosta State 9/15 Martin, Tenn. 28-14 L Mississippi College 9/22 Clinton, Miss. 44-14 L Delta State 9/29 Martin, Tenn. 27-18 L North Alabama 10/6 Florence, Ala. 49-0 L MTSU 10/13 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 65-17 L Jacksonville State 10/20 Martin, Tenn. 21-7 L Troy 10/27 Troy, Ala. 41-33 L Livingston 11/3 Martin, Tenn. 21-10 W West Georgia 11/10 Carrollton, Ga. 24-20 W 1991 (5-6-0, Independent) Don McLeary UT Chattanooga 8/31 Chattanooga, Tenn. 21-14 L Southeast Missouri 9/7 Martin, Tenn. 36-29 W Washburn 9/14 Martin, Tenn. 28-7 W Morehead State 9/28 Morehead, Ky. 32-28 W Tennessee Tech 10/5 Martin, Tenn. 24-16 W Murray State 10/12 Murray, Ky. 40-34 L Delta State 10/19 Cleveland, Miss. 37-27 L Eastern Kentucky 10/26 Richmond, Ky. 56-21 L MTSU 10/31 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 61-14 L 126

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1996 (1-10-0, 1-7-0 OVC) Don McLeary SIU Carbondale 9/7 Carbondale, Ill. 27-14 L Southwest Missouri 9/21 Martin, Tenn. 39-7 L Eastern Illinois 9/28 Martin, Tenn. 38-0 L Tennessee Tech (2OT) 10/5 Cookeville, Tenn. 21-14 L Murray State 10/12 Martin, Tenn. 28-14 L Tennessee State 10/19 Nashville, Tenn. 37-14 L Eastern Kentucky 10/26 Martin, Tenn. 45-7 L Southeast Missouri 11/2 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 7-6 W MTSU 11/9 Martin, Tenn. 30-12 L Samford 11/16 Birmingham, Ala. 31-12 L Austin Peay 11/23 Clarksville, Tenn. 55-24 L 1997 (1-10-0, 0-7-0 OVC) Jim Marshall Western Kentucky 8/28 Martin, Tenn. 42-0 L Eastern Illinois 9/6 Charleston, Ill. 42-6 L Missouri State 9/20 Springfield, Mo. 27-14 L Southeast Missouri 9/27 Martin, Tenn. 42-7 L Murray State 10/4 Martin, Tenn. 45-7 L MTSU 10/11 Martin, Tenn. 37-24 L Tennessee Tech 10/18 Cookeville, Tenn. 33-2 L Tennessee State 10/25 Martin, Tenn. 27-20 L Eastern Kentucky 11/1 Richmond, Ky. 49-0 L Samford 11/8 Martin, Tenn. 14-7 L Austin Peay 11/15 Clarksville, Tenn. 36-26 W 1998 (0-11-0, 0-7-0 OVC) Jim Marshall Western Kentucky 9/3 Bowling Green, Ky. 49-7 L Southern Illinois 9/12 Martin, Tenn. 36-7 L Southeast Missouri 9/19 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 41-14 L Murray State 10/3 Murray, Ky. 47-35 L Samford 10/10 Birmingham, Ala. 24-13 L Tennessee Tech (OT) 10/17 Martin, Tenn. 31-24 L Tennessee State 10/24 Nashville, Tenn. 76-0 L Eastern Kentucky 10/31 Martin, Tenn. 47-29 L MTSU 11/7 Martin, Tenn. 47-33 L Eastern Illinois 11/14 Martin, Tenn. 56-35 L UAB 11/21 Birmingham, Ala. 48-17 L 1999 (1-10-0, 0-7-0 OVC) Jim Marshall Western Kentucky 9/2 Martin, Tenn. 34-10 L Lambuth (OT) 9/11 Martin, Tenn. 25-19 W Samford 9/18 Martin, Tenn. 32-7 L Eastern Illinois 9/25 Charleston, Ill. 42-21 L Tennessee Tech 10/2 Martin, Tenn. 45-9 L Murray State 10/9 Murray, Ky. 62-14 L Tennessee State 10/16 Martin, Tenn. 43-7 L Eastern Kentucky 10/23 Richmond, Ky. 54-7 L Southeast Missouri 10/30 Martin, Tenn. 36-7 L Middle Tennessee 11/6 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 70-14 L Missouri State 11/13 Springfield, Mo. 62-7 L 2000 (2-9-0, 0-7-0 OVC) Sam McCorkle Lambuth 8/31 Martin, Tenn. 32-21 W 127 Western Kentucky Samford Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Murray State Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri Missouri State Wingate 9/9 9/14 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11
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2001 (1-10-0, 0-6-0 OVC) Sam McCorkle Gardner-Webb 8/30 Martin, Tenn. 45-20 L Tusculum 9/6 Greeneville, Tenn. 27-16 L Kentucky Wesleyan 9/13 Martin, Tenn. 54-14 W Eastern Kentucky 9/29 Martin, Tenn. 42-10 L Southeast Missouri 10/6 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 45-30 L Morehead State 10/13 Martin, Tenn. 31-13 L Tennessee State 10/20 Nashville, Tenn. 55-7 L Samford 10/27 Birmingham, Ala. 31-8 L Eastern Illinois 11/1 Martin, Tenn. 56-16 L Murray State 11/10 Murray, Ky. 35-17 L Tennessee Tech 11/15 Martin, Tenn. 41-7 L 2002 (2-6-0, 0-3-0 OVC) Sam McCorkle Southwest (Mo.) Baptist 8/29 Martin, Tenn. 19-18 W Tusculum 9/5 Martin, Tenn. 33-6 L Kentucky Wesleyan 9/12 Martin, Tenn. 42-14 W Samford 9/21 Birmingham, Ala. 41-10 L Arkansas State 9/28 Jonesboro, Ark. 30-10 L Eastern Kentucky 10/5 Richmond, Ky. 58-3 L Southeast Missouri 10/12 Martin, Tenn. 50-35 L Tennessee State 10/26 Nashville, Tenn. 26-8 L 2002 (0-4-0, 0-3-0 OVC) Johnny Jernigan Gardner-Webb 11/2 Boiling Springs, N.C. 24-0 L Eastern Illinois 11/9 Charleston, Ill. 55-43 L Murray State 11/16 Martin, Tenn. 42-3 L Tennessee Tech 11/21 Cookeville, Tenn. 68-7 L 2003 (2-10-0, 1-7-0 OVC) Matt Griffin Austin Peay 8/28 Martin, Tenn. 21-20 W Arkansas State 9/6 Jonesboro, Ark. 63-6 L East Tennessee State (OT) 9/11 Martin, Tenn. 14-7 L Western Illinois 9/20 Macomb, Ill. 56-0 L Tennessee State 9/27 Nashville, Tenn. 41-10 L Tennessee Tech (OT) 10/4 Martin, Tenn. 30-23 W Jacksonville State 10/11 Jacksonville, Ala. 34-24 L Samford 10/18 Martin, Tenn. 57-22 L Eastern Illinois 10/25 Charleston, Ill. 29-12 L Southeast Missouri 11/1 Martin, Tenn. 20-7 L Eastern Kentucky 11/8 Richmond, Ky. 41-32 L Murray State 11/13 Martin, Tenn. 41-26 L

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2004 (2-9-0, 1-7-0 OVC) Matt Griffin Western Michigan 9/2 Kalamazoo, Mich. 42-0 L Tennessee State 9/9 Martin, Tenn. 27-13 L Austin Peay 9/18 Clarksville, Tenn. 31-14 W Indiana State 9/25 Terra Haute, Ind. 41-24 L Tennessee Tech 10/2 Cookeville, Tenn. 49-20 L Jacksonville State 10/9 Martin, Tenn. 59-12 L Samford 10/16 Birmingham, Ala. 34-20 L Eastern Illinois 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 32-14 W Southeast Missouri 10/30 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 35-7 L Eastern Kentucky 11/6 Martin, Tenn. 41-14 L Murray State 11/13 Murray, Ky. 38-0 L 2005 (6-5-0, 4-4-0 OVC) Matt Griffin Central Arkansas 9/1 Martin, Tenn. 35-34 W Arkansas State 9/10 Jonesboro, Ark. 56-7 L Tennessee State 9/17 Martin, Tenn. 42-20 W Gardner-Webb 9/24 Boiling Springs, N.C. 31-28 W Tennessee Tech 10/8 Martin, Tenn. 46-16 W Jacksonville State 10/15 Jacksonville, Ala. 37-17 L Samford 10/22 Martin, Tenn. 22-30 L Eastern Illinois 10/29 Charleston, Ill. 26-7 L Southeast Missouri 11/5 Martin, Tenn. 24-21 W Eastern Kentucky 11/12 Richmond, Ky. 31-17 L Murray State 11/17 Martin, Tenn. 49-20 W Tennessee State 11/17 Nashville, Tenn. 43-38 W 2008 (8-4, 6-2 OVC) Jason Simpson USF 8/30 Tampa, Fla. 56-7 L Baker 9/6 Martin, Tenn. 56-0 W Concordia (Selma, Ala.) 9/11 Martin, Tenn. 87-21 W Austin Peay 9/20 Clarksville, Tenn. 31-17 W Murray State 9/27 Murray, Ky. 63-38 W Tennessee State 10/4 Martin, Tenn. 30-27 L Eastern Illinois 10/9 Martin, Tenn. 29-26 W Tennessee Tech 10/16 Cookeville, Tenn. 35-7 W Jacksonville State 10/23 Martin, Tenn. 31-30 W Auburn 11/8 Auburn, Ala. 37-20 L Southeast Missouri 11/15 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 31-21 W Eastern Kentucky 11/22 Martin, Tenn. 33-31 L 2009 (5-6, 4-4 OVC) Jason Simpson Iowa Wesleyan 9/3 Martin, Tenn. 56-0 W Missouri State 9/12 Springfield, Mo. 24-14 L Memphis 9/19 Memphis, Tenn. 41-14 L Southeast Missouri 9/26 Martin, Tenn. 29-22 W No. 20 Jacksonville State 10/3 Jacksonville, Ala. 52-7 L Tennessee Tech 10/10 Martin, Tenn. 35-28 L No. 23 Eastern Kentucky 10/17 Richmond, Ky. 31-25 L Murray State 10/24 Martin, Tenn. 38-24 W Tennessee State 11/7 Nashville, Tenn. 28-7 W No. 13 Eastern Illinois 11/14 Charleston, Ill. 49-13 L Austin Peay 11/21 Martin, Tenn. 48-38 W 2010 (6-5, 5-3 OVC) Jason Simpson Tennessee 9/4 Knoxville, Tenn. 50-0 L Southeastern Louisiana 9/11 Hammond, La. 24-10 L Eastern Illinois 9/18 Martin, Tenn. 20-10 W Murray State 9/25 Murray, Ky. 52-16 L Tennessee Tech 9/30 Cookeville, Tenn. 27-24 W No. 3 Jacksonville State 10/9 Martin, Tenn. 30-20 L Eastern Kentucky 10/16 Martin, Tenn. 10-7 W Lambuth 10/21 Martin, Tenn. 52-21 W No. 11 Southeast Missouri 10/30 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 24-17 L Austin Peay 11/6 Clarksville, Tenn. 28-12 W Tennessee State 11/13 Martin, Tenn. 37-0 W 2011 (5-6, 4-4 OVC) Jason Simpson No. 9 Jacksonville State 9/1 Jacksonville, Ala. 24-23 L Union College 9/15 Martin, Tenn. 63-0 W No. 24 Murray State 9/22 Martin, Tenn. 48-26 W Tennessee Tech 10/1 Martin, Tenn. 34-31 L Austin Peay 10/8 Martin, Tenn. 61-23 W South Alabama 10/15 Mobile, Ala. 33-30 L Eastern Illinois 10/22 Charleston, Ill. 24-23 W Southeast Missouri State 10/29 Martin, Tenn. 38-30 W Mississippi State 11/5 Starkville, Miss. 55-17 L Tennessee State 11/12 Nashville, Tenn. 35-30 L Eastern Kentucky 11/19 Richmond, Ky. 23-16 L

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2006 (9-3-0, 6-1-0 OVC) Jason Simpson

Ohio Valley Conference Champions Missouri State 9/6 Martin, Tenn. 51-41 L Ohio 9/2 Athens, Ohio 29-3 L Urbana University 9/7 Martin, Tenn. 28-0 W Gardner-Webb 9/16 Martin, Tenn. 35-9 W Jacksonville State 9/23 Martin, Tenn. 24-14 W Austin Peay 9/30 Clarksville, Tenn. 20-10 W Tennessee Tech 10/5 Cookeville, Tenn. 35-16 W Samford 10/21 Birmingham, Ala. 10-6 W Eastern Illinois 10/28 Martin, Tenn. 15-9 W Southeast Missouri 11/4 Cape Girardeau, Mo. 28-14 W Eastern Kentucky 11/11 Martin, Tenn. 31-28 L Murray State 11/18 Murray, Ky. 42-14 W Football Championship Subdvision Playoffs SIU Carbondale 11/25 Carbondale, Ill. 36-30 L 2007 (4-7, 4-4 OVC) Jason Simpson Southern Miss 9/1 Hattiesburg, Miss. 35-13 L Missouri State 9/6 Martin, Tenn. 51-41 L Central Arkansas 9/15 Conway, Ark. 48-34 L Austin Peay 9/22 Clarksville, Tenn. 17-14 L Tennessee Tech 9/27 Martin, Tenn. 13-10 L Jacksonville State 10/4 Jacksonville, Ala. 27-24 L Samford 10/13 Martin, Tenn. 31-21 W No. 24 Eastern Illinois 10/20 Charleston, Ill. 29-23 L Southeast Missouri State 10/27 Martin, Tenn. 55-20 W Murray State 11/10 Martin, Tenn. 76-34 W 128

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ALL-MID SOUTH CONFERENCE
1970 Mike OBrien Mike Beeler Randy Barnes Mike Crangle Ron Schomaker OT DB PK DE FB Tony Burton Ki Tok Chu William Mackall Orlando Miles Paul Randolph 1987 William Mackall Emanuel McNeil Paul Randolph Grady Andrews Levon Johnson Leon Reed 1988 Grady Andrews William Mackall William Mackall Emanuel McNeil Leon Reed John Burch James Monds Greg Watkins 1989 Benny Thompson 1990 Robert Thomas Charles Wilson OT* PK* WR* LB* LB* WR DT LB OL* DB* QB* OG WR RS DT# QB# RB* LB* DB* DB* WR DB* Don Chapman Taurean Stephens Andre Plummer Russell Gambrell 2005 Don Chapman Andre Plummer Brady Wahlberg Taurean Stephens Alex Atkins David Gilmore 2006 Don Chapman Alex Atkins Jessie Burton Adam Hansen Billy Krause Markeseo Jackson Kevin Rondo Taylor Brown Nate Wilson Joel Kilpatrick Dontrelle Miller EJ Daniel 2007 Josh Yarbrough Don Chapman Kevin Bannon Adam Hansen Ray Williams Cade Thompson 2008 Cade Thompson Mike Hicks Kevin Bannon Ray Williams Dontrell Miller Brandyn Young Joe Gibbs Josh Bey Adam Ivey 2009 Joe Gibbs Josh Bey Brandyn Young Jason McNair 2010 Josh Bey Jeremy Buchanan Tim Cox Kendal Harper 2011 Kenny Jones Michael Mancini Cody Sandlin Quentin Sims Ben Johnson RB*% WR* DL* DB* RB DE QB* WR* OG* LB* RB# OG RS OT C LB* DB* K* DL* DL* DB ^ WR^ LB RB* OL* OL* DL* QB^ QB WR G DL DB RB* OT* LB* P* OT LB RB* RB^ LB OT* DL* DB* TE OG K WR*^ LB^

ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE


1971 Nate Holmes Terry Peppers Dana Witten Mike Beeler 1972 Randy Barnes Jay Johnson 1973 Eddie Cox 1974 Johnny Wright 1975 David Williams Gary Guthrie Danny Watkins Danny Rogers 1976 Larry Washington Jon Gentry Mickey Hamilton David Williams Clay Blalack Danny Watkins Alvin Smalls Dana Pecor 1977 Alvin Smalls David Williams Larry Newcomb Danny Watkins Jack Chaney Ronald George 1978 Henry Williams Jack Chaney 1979 Matt Klaren Terry Meardith Henry Aaron Charlie Walker Perry Murphy Glen Wilson 1980 Gary Hawkinson Kenny Williams Dwayne McKinney Terry Meardith Matt Klaren 1981 Kenny Williams Dwayne McKinney Matt Klaren Terry Meardith Randy Warren David Valleto 1982 Tony Champion Keith Kasnic Jerry Reese Gary Ihnen Matt Klaren 1983 Keith Kasnic Greg Magee David Carter 1984 Jerry Reese 1985 Keith Kasnic 1986 RB C E DB PK DE OG OT DB DB* LB* DT* RB C PK DB DB LB # QB* OG* QB DB OT* LB* DE* WR* RB* DE* DE DT TE* DB* DE* DT* C TE WR DT DE* DE WR DE DT OG* DB* WR* PK* DB* LB* DE* PK* LB P* DB* PK*

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GULF SOUTH CONFERNECE TEAM OF THE DECADE (1980-89)


William Mackall Emanuel McNeil John Burch Grady Andrews Paul Randolph Jerry Reese WR DL

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GULF SOUTH CONFERNECE QUARTER OF CENTURY


William Mackall Emanuel McNeil

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1992 Scott Stidham Joe Keating 1993 Dewayne Harper Charles Malone J.B. Norment Tab Vowell Rob Senatore 1994 Dewayne Harper Brian Spano Brad Godwin J.B. Norment 1995 Fred Thomas Brad Godwin 1996 Antonio Strobridge 1997 Antonio Strobridge Darriel Ruffin 1999 Lavante Epson 2000 Nick Stamper 2001 Lee Lawrence Nick Stamper Vincent Thomas 2002 Perez Boyd 2003 Jason Coleman Andre Plummer 2004 WR* DE* DB WR OT* DB* DT* DB LB DL* OT* DB DL DE* DE* RB* LB* DL* OG DL DB* DB CBo DEo

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Jonathan Burch William Mackall Emanuel McNeil Jerome Rinehart

In 1988, UT Martin had four players enter into the ranks of the National Football League draft, believed to be a rst for any program below the NCAA Division I level to have that many players selected into a single draft. In addition, three players signed contracts to play in the Canadian Football League, and two others signed NFL free agent contracts. As an NCAA Division II school, the former Pacers were allotted a total of 40 scholarships. UT Martin posted an 11-2 overall record and was tri-champions of the Gulf South Conference along with advancing to the Division II quarternals in 1988. The Pacer draftees included running back John Burch with the Phoenix Cardinals in the eighth round, wide receiver William Mackall with the Indianapolis Colts in the ninth, defensive tackle Emanuel McNeil to the New England Patriots in the 10th,and defensive end Jerome Rinehart to the New York Giants as a linebacker in the 11th. The two players to sign free agent contracts were defensive end Sam Dudley and wide receiver Andre Langley. Dudley inked with the Seattle Seahawks. Langley had a year of eligibility remaining, but as a fth-year senior opted to enter the pro ranks, signing with the Cardinals. The CFL-bound players included quarterback Leon Reed and receivers Mark Guy and Ernest Jackson. Reed and Jackson signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Guy with the Saskatchewan Rough Riders.

Player Romel Andrews *John Burch *Mark Calixte Hunter Carter Tony Champion 90-92

Pos. Team DE RB LB LB WR Hamilton Tiger-Cats (C) Phoenix Cardinals Calgary Stampeders (C) Jacksonville Sharks (W) Hamilton Tiger-Cats (C) San Diego Chargers Green Bay Packers

Years 1986-87, 90-95 1989

Player *Emanuel McNeil

Pos. Team DT New England Patriots New York Jets Winnipeg Blue Bombers (C)

Years 1989 1990 1991-92 1973 1968-72 1972 1978 1988 1989-95 1996-97 1989-94 1989 1989-92 1968 2003 1967-73 1972 1995-99 2000-2007 1977-80 1978 1978 1978

Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks (WLAF) 1991 2003 1974 1985-88, 1987 1990 1969 1972 1989 1962 1978 2010 1989-90 1977 1968 1973 1988 1989 1989 1968-69 1989 1992-93 1994 1995-96 1967 1989

Paul Manard Terry Peppers Jimmy Randolph Paul Randolph

LB C DB LB

Houston Oilers Buffalo Bills Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs Winnipeg Blue Bombers (C) Montreal Alouettes (C)

*Julian Nunamaker DT

Ed Cochran *Mike Crangle Sam Dudley *Bobby Fowler Ronald George Joe Gibbs Mark Guy Mickey Hamilton Bobby Hayes Nate Holmes Cedric Hosea Ernest Jackson Gordon Lambert Andre Langley

OG DE DE RB WR OT WR PK RB RB RB WR DE WR

Miami Dolphins New Orleans Saints Seattle Seahawks New York Jets New Orleans Saints St. Louis Rams Saskatchewan Roughriders (C) Pittsburgh Steelers Denver Broncos Miami Dolphins Seattle Seahawks San Diego Chargers Winnipeg Blue Bombers (C) Denver Broncos Phoenix Cardinals Detroit Drive (A) Mass Marauders (A) Charlotte Rage (A)

Leon Reed *Jerome Rinehart Gene Sides Nick Stamper *Joe Taffoni Jim Thornhill Fred Thomas Larry Washington Danny Watkins *David Williams Dana Witten

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers (C) New York Giants Winnipeg Blue Bombers (C) Houston Oilers Baltimore Ravens New York Giants Cleveland Browns Seattle Seahawks New Orleans Saints Edmonton Eskimos (C) Oakland Raiders Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers

*Draft selections, others signed as free agents (C) Canadian Football League (W) World Football League (WLAF) World League of American Football (A) Arena Football League

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Nate Holmes
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Jerry Reese will roll up his sleeves and dirty his hands as an NFL general manager, do not worry about that. He was about 10 when he started working in his great grandfathers slaughterhouse in a backwoods corner of western Tennessee, shooting hogs through the eyes, cutting their necks, skinning them, making them bleed. The kid had to help his family pay some bills. He gutted pigs, goats, cows, just about anything that once moved. When that work dried up, Jerry chopped cotton and cut the cemetery grass. So no, this is one 40-something executive not afraid of building, or gutting, the football Giants. Jerry was raised on the banks of the Mississippi, one of nine family members getting by in a two-bedroom house, a home that in the early years didnt offer the luxury of an indoor toilet. This was hard country living in Tiptonville, a town of 2,500 residents wedged between the Mississippi and Reelfoot Lake. The river could get angry, and almost every April the levee would break and the waters would flood the Reese home. Jerry was one of the resourceful ones at high tide. Hed end up in a boat to do his fishing on a nearby road. So yes, hell think outside of Tom Coughlins box. No great grandson of a sharecropper grows up to be general manager of the Giants without summoning the adventurous spirit of ol Huck Finn. In the wake of the Martin Luther King holiday, the Giants will introduce Jerry Reese as the first black general manager of either pro football team in the market. It will stand among the more profound social statements in NFL history. For the first time, the league will prove that a black man can rise to the top of a flagship franchise without having been a professional athlete. Reese understands the significance of the moment. He was just talking about it with his sister, Jackie, a high school teacher charged to straighten out suspended students. Jerry can have such an impact on African-American boys, Jackie said, and hes aware of that. He came from a nowhere place on the map, and now hes ready to take on the world. His mother, Ozella, had a thing or two to do with all that. She worked in a garment factory to feed her two boys and five girls; her eighth child died young in a car wreck. After the factory closed, Ozella became a prison guard at the state pen. The children followed the lead of their mother and stepfather, Clarence Garland, a state parks employee who treated them as his own. They all grew up working, Ozella said.

They grew up accepting the importance of education -- all seven attended college. Some 120 miles north of Memphis, Tiptonville is the seat of Lake County, among the three poorest counties in the state. The community survives on the prison, the countys largest employer, and on the Reelfoot tourists who come to see its bald eagles. The community survives on the hopes of its people. Tiptonville was home to Clifton B. Cates, 19th commandant of the Marine Corps and hero of World Wars I and II. It is now home to Jerry Reese, a 5-foot-9 small-college safety about to become the biggest Giant of all. A natural born leader, said Cliff Sturdivant, Reeses coach at Lake County High. Jerry was a quarterback at Lake County, the first to lead the Falcons to a state title. The one time his 14-0 senior season was threatened, Reese ran back the second-half kickoff for a touchdown against archrival Halls High. I coached for 20 years, Sturdivant said, and hes got the biggest heart of any player Ive ever seen. Mike Hutchens felt the full force of that heartbeat. Long before he covered Reeses career at the University of Tennessee-Martin as a reporter for The Messenger of Union City, Hutchens intercepted one of Jerrys passes in a state playoff game. On the return, Hutchens was too busy looking for daylight, reaching for glory, to notice the toy freight train bearing down on him. Reese delivered payback in a teeth-rattling, snot-busting way. Id never, ever been hit like that, Hutchens said. And Jerry just got up and grinned at me. A field general, Hutchens called the high school quarterback. A fearless competitor, Hutchens called the UT Martin safety. Even without exceptional speed, Reese made a lasting impression as a college player. He intercepted enough passes and pancaked enough receivers to win induction into the UT Martin Hall of Fame. Jerry couldnt have been more than 150 pounds when he got here, said Bill Kaler, the assistant AD who did two tours of Vietnam as an Army colonel, and I saw him hit a kid so hard in a spring game I thought he killed him. Pound for pound, Jerrys the toughest guy Ive ever met. As a graduate assistant, Reese slept on the couch belonging to Jeremiah Davis, the UT Martin aide who would become a Giants scout. Jerry wasnt the low man on the totem pole, said Vickie Reynolds, the office secretary and Reese friend. He was beneath the totem pole. But he turned out to be an unbelievable worker.

cont. Reese broke down film, recruited junior college players from more depressed areas than his own and moved up the coaching staff ladder. In 1994, Davis helped him get a scouting job with the Giants. Reese immediately stood out. He knew talent, and knew how to articulate his knowledge of talent. Ernie Accorsi realized he had to get this scout off the road, get him in a jacket and tie. Reese was terrified of New Jersey real estate prices, but Accorsi convinced him to make the move. The GM jumped Reese over veteran scouts to make him Dave Gettlemans assistant in pro personnel, and then jumped him over more experienced candidates to name him director of player personnel. Accorsi loved his charisma, his confidence, his ability to lead. Reese walked into a draft room full of grizzled scouts looking sideways at the wonder boy, and he needed 10 minutes to take command of that room without alienating a soul.Reese passionately fought for Osi Umenyiora, another small college player from the South, when many observers thought that pick was a second-round reach. Everything my son has touched since high school, Ozella said, has turned to gold. Now all of Tiptonville believes Reese to be the best leader to come out of UT Martin since Pat Summitt. Evan Jones, editor of The Lake County Banner, a weekly paper that goes to bed Tuesday night, said he was hoping Reese would be named before deadline. Its our lead story on the front page, Jones said. The story is of a farmboy who would make $25 in the slaughterhouse and the cotton field, and give $20 to his mother. The story is of a high school and college graduate who worked to pay his great-grandmothers bills. It sounds like were pushing Jerry for president, said Danelle Fabianich, a UT Martin assistant AD. We just want people to know Jerry is a good southern gentleman. Jerry Reese used to send back Giants hats and shirts to his friends and neighbors on the Mississippi. As general manager of a flagship NFL franchise, hell send back something worth a little more. Hope. This column is reprinted with permission of Ian OConnor and the The Record. It originally appeared in the Jan. 14, 2007 edition.

GENERAL MANAGER, NEW YORK GIANTS


1981-84 UT Martin Defensive Back Two-Time All-Gulf South Conference Among All-Time Leaders Interceptions Three-Time GSC Defensive Player of Week UT Martin MVP UT Martin Graduate Assistant UT Martin Assistant Coach (Secondary) UT Martin Assistant Head Coach (Receivers Coach) Inducted into UT Martin Athletics Hall of Fame New York Giants Scout New York Giants Assistant in Pro Personnel New York Giants Director of Player Personnel New York Giants Senior Vice President and General Manager

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Former UT Martin Assistant

Named Head Coach of Pittsburgh Steelers Former UT Martin assistant coach, Mike Tomlin, joined the Pittsburgh Steelers as the 16th head coach in team history January 21, 2007. Tomlin replaced the legendary Bill Cower as Steelers and became the second youngest head coach in the NFL. Tomlin was a part of the UT Martin staff during the 1997 season, under the direction of Skyhawk head coach Jim Marshall.

Atlantic Coast College Division Championship December 16, 1967 UT Martin 25, West Chester State 8 ORLANDO, Fla. - Making its rst-ever bowl game appearance in school history, UT Martin easily rolled past West Chester State (Pa.) 25-8 in the1967 Tangerine Bowl, the Atlantic Coast College Division Championship. A strong defensive effort led by 6-6 defensive end Gordon Lambert produced two safeties and limited the Rams to just 17 yards rushing. West Chester, billed as the top small college team in the East, was the winner of the Lambert Cup. West Chester had averaged 40 points a game in the regular season. Errol Hook, a 155-pound quarterback, made his rst start of the season. He set up the rst TD and ran four yards for the nale. He was the games leading rusher with 73 yards. Played mostly in the rain, UT Martin had 314 yards total offense. UT Martin led 18-8 at the half. The only West Chester score came from a long punt return. Gene Sides booted a school-record 69-yard punt in the contest West Chester State UT Martin 0 8 0 0 -8 9 9 0 7 -25

UTM - Jim Wiggins 20 yard run (Lee Mayo kick) UTM - Gordon Lambert safety (tackled Haynie in end zone) WCS - Kunkleberger 74-yard punt return (Haynie pass to Wilkinson) UTM - Gary Capers 20-yard pass from Allan Cox (Mayo kick) UTM - Lambert safety (tackled Haynie in end zone) UTM - Errol Hood 4-yard run (Mayo kick) Attendance: 5,500 WCS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Return Yardage Punts Yards Penalized 14 17 169 18-35-2 300 7-35 96 UTM 20 145 169 12-32-1 87 7-42 88

MARTIN- UT Martin was successful in its rst-ever NCAA Division II Playoff appearance, defeating visiting Butler University of Indianapolis,Ind., in a rain-soaked contest. A crowd of almost 5,000 braved the incliment weather to cheer the Pacers in the historic contest. A steady rain fell throughout the game on the Pacer Stadium turf, which had been soaked by more than ve inches of rain. The Pacer defense limited the nations Division II leading rusher and scorer Steve Roberts to 70 yards on 25 attempts. The front four, led by Emanuel McNeil, Jerome Rinehart and Sam Dudley, kept constant pressure on the Bulldogs. The Pacers run n shoot offense was slowed by the weather. After a scoreless rst quarter, UT Martin posted a strong second frame. Leon Reed red a 34-yard strike to Andre Langley and Ki Tok Chu added eld goals of 44 and 49 yards. UT Martin kept control in the second half. The only Butler points came following a fumble by reserve quarterback Mitch Lowery at his own 23.

Butler UT Martin
UTM- FG Chu 44-yards UTM-FG Chu 49-yards UTM-FG Chu 39 yards UTM-Scottie Mitchell 6-yard run (Chu kick)

0 0 0 6 -6 0 13 3 7 - 23

UTM- Andre Langley 34-yard pass from Leon Reed (Ki Tok Chu kick).

BU-Jon Barron 23-yard pass from Ron Kiolbassa (kicked blocked) Attendance: 5000

UTM First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts Fumbles Penalties/yards 16 34-49 240 44-23-0 9-37 3-2 10/ 75

BU 9 31-35 154 23-12-4 10-34 4-2 5/45

KINGSVILLE, Texas- Host Texas A & I put on a awless exhibition in ending the Pacers hopes in a quarternal playoff game. The Pacers were guilty of ve turnovers while the Javelinas played error-free football, much to the delight of the partisian and sun-baked crowd. The temperature at kickoff was 95 degrees. Tailback Johnny Bailey would win a total of three Division II Player of the Year Awards, but it was hard-running fullback Heath Sherman who did the damage. Shermank ran for four TDs.

UT Martin Texas A&I

0 0 0 0 -0 14 7 0 13 -34

UTM- Andre Langley 34-yard pass from Leon Reed (Ki Tok Chu kick). UTM- FG Chu 44-yards UTM-FG Chu 49-yards UTM-FG Chu 39 yards UTM-Scottie Mitchell 6-yard run (Chu kick) BU-Jon Barron 23-yard pass from Ron Kiolbassa (kicked blocked) Attendance: 5000

UTM First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts Fumbles Penalties/yards 12 33-129 132 33-13-2 9-39 6-3 14/25

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Southern Illinois 36, UT Martin 30


CARBONDALE, IL. --- No. 12 UT Martin was 57 seconds from advancing to the second round of the Football Championship when Southern Illinois rallied for a 36-30 victory over the visiting Skyhawks. UT Martin nished the season with a 9-3 slate, a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship and its rst-ever appearance in the Division I Football Championship. The Skyhawks built an early lead by taking advantage of freshman quarterback Greg Prestons arm. Preston set up one touchdown with a 51-yard strike and then hooked up with Justin Glover for a touchdown. The Skyhawks led 21-7 at the half. SIUs Arkee Whitlock took over in the third quarter rushing for 112 yards and two touchdowns. He added another touchdown in the fourth quarter giving the Salukis a 28-27 lead. Whitlock ended the game with 207 rushing yards and four touchdowns against the Skyhawks. The Skyhawks took a 30-28 lead with four minutes left in the game when Taylor Brown hit a 34-yard eld goal. However, Salukis quarterback Nick Hill answered when he hit Alan Turner for a 45-yard touchdown in the nal minute of the game. SIU added a two-point conversion and claimed the victory

UT Martin Southern Illinois

14 7 6 3 -30 0 7 14 15 -36

UTM - Don Chapman 1-yard run (Taylor Brown kick) UTM - Jack Greenwood 51-yard interception return (Taylor Brown kick) SIU - Arkee Whitlock 1-yard run (Craig Cofn kick) UTM - Justin Glover 4-yard pass from Greg Preston (Taylor Brown kick) UTM - Don Chapman 13-yard run (Taylor Brown kick failed) SIU - Arkee Whitlock 11-yard run (Craig Cofn kick) SIU - Arkee Whitlock 47-yard run (Craig Cofn kick) SIU - Arkee Whitlock 1-yard run (Craig Cofn kick) UTM - Taylor Brown 34-yard eld goal SIU - Alan Turner 45-yard pass from Nick Hill (Braden Jones pass from Nick Hill) Attendance - 5694

UTM First Downs Yards Passing Punts Fumbles Penalties/yards 17 137 4 1 5-40

SIU 20 129 4 0 5-52

Yards Rushing 42-162 45-221 Passes 16-10-1 14-8-1

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Ohio Valley Conference History
Now in its 65th year, the Ohio Valley Conference continues to build on the success that has made it the nations eighth-oldest NCAA Division I conference. In May 2011 the Conference expanded for the second time in four years, adding Belmont University which begins competition in the 2012-13 academic year. The addition of Belmont gives the OVC 12 members, the most the league has had at one time in its illustrious history. The move added a second team in the city of Nashville and was the first addition to the league since Southern Illinois University Edwardsville joined in 2008. The 2009-10 school year saw a change in leadership as Beth DeBauche was named the seventh fulltime Commissioner in league history on July 28, 2009. She is currently one of just five females to be the head of a Division I conference, and one of just eight to lead a Division I conference all-time. The last three commissioners of the OVC have moved onto jobs as the commissioner of the Big Ten, Big 12 and the MidAmerican Conferences. The OVCs proud history dates back to 1948, but seeds for the new league were actually planted in 1941. It was then that Roy Stewart, the athletics director at Murray State, Charles Turkey Hughes, the athletics director at Eastern Kentucky, and Kelly Thompson, the public relations director at Western Kentucky, first broached the idea of forming a new conference. Discussions were put on hold by World War II, but reemerged Feb. 27-28, 1948 at the Kentucky Hotel in Louisville as the three original institutions combined with Morehead State, Louisville and Evansville to form the OVC. In the 1950s, the OVC became a pioneer on a much more significant scale socially. During times of racial segregation, league member Morehead State became one of the first non-traditionally black midsouthern institutions to accept a black student. In 1958, Marshall Banks earned athletically-related aid at Morehead, which signed a second black athlete, Howard Murphy, a year later. In 1961, Murphy earned allconference recognition as a halfback in football. With racial barriers broken, the rest of the institutions in the league began to provide educational and athletic opportunities to African-Americans. Through the past 64 years, 15 teams have won or shared the leagues football title. The list is led by Eastern Kentucky, winner of 21 outright or shared football crowns (including sharing the title in 2011), which is tied for the most in Football Championship Subdivision history (with Massachusetts). Among OVC teams, former member Middle Tennessee is next with 11 titles, followed by Tennessee Tech with 10, and Murray State and former member Western Kentucky with eight apiece. Eastern Illinois has claimed five football crowns and Jacksonville State has three, while Morehead State, Tennessee State and former members Evansville and East Tennessee State have captured two apiece. Austin Peay, Southeast Missouri (which captured its first crown in 2010), UT Martin and former member Youngstown State have one title apiece. Murray State and Evansville tied for the initial football championship, and the Racers participated in the first-ever bowl game by an OVC team, tying Sul Ross State 21-21 in the 1948 Tangerine Bowl. From 1948 to 1975, OVC teams played in 15 bowl games, winning eight of them. Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky were also participants in the NCAA Division II playoffs in the early and mid-1970s prior to the NCAAs reclassification of football programs into Division I-AA. The term I-AA lasted until the end of the 2006 season when it was changed to Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). The first Division I-AA/FCS football playoff was held in 1978 with only four teams, which is the only year through present day that the OVC did not field a playoff representative. In 1979, four of the nations top teams were invited to the playoffs, and two of them - Eastern Kentucky and Murray State - were from the OVC. Murray dropped its semifinal game to Lehigh, but the Colonels nipped Nevada-Reno in double overtime and claimed the national championship a week later with a 30-7 victory over Lehigh. EKU was coached by former All-America quarterback Roy Kidd, who was in his 16th year at the helm of his alma mater and who skippered the Colonels to a second national title three years later. Following the 2002
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season, Kidd retired after 39 years at EKU; upon retirement, he ranked sixth all-time among Division I coaches with 315 victories, earning him a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame. EKUs 20 FCS playoff appearances are the second for the most all-time (behind only Montana). In addition to Kidd, other coaching legends in the OVC include Charles Bubber Murphy, who coached at Middle Tennessee from 1947-1968, Western Kentuckys Jimmy Feix (1968-83), Wilburn Tucker (195467) and Don Wade (1968-82) of Tennessee Tech, Bill Ferguson (1967-77) of Murray State, Guy Penny (195967) of Morehead State and Boots Donnelly (1977-78 at Austin Peay; 1979-1998 at Middle Tennessee). Following the 2011 season Eastern Illinois head coach Bob Spoo retired following 25 years at the school (the last 16 as members of the OVC). In his time as an OVC coach he compiled 92 total victories (fifth-most in league history) and 68 OVC wins (fourth-most in league history) and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2012. A sampling of former OVC football stars, some of whom were All-Americans during their collegiate careers before achieving stardom at the professional ranks, include Jim Youngblood and Larry Schreiber (Tennessee Tech), Phil Simms (Morehead State), Virgil Livers and Dale Lindsey (Western Kentucky), Myron Guyton and Chad Bratzke (Eastern Kentucky), Cortland Finnegan (Samford) and Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois). In 2008, former Tennessee State standout Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie became just the fourth NFL First Round draft pick in OVC history when he was selected 16th overall by the Arizona Cardinals. He would break into the starting lineup halfway through his rookie season and started at cornerback for the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. The OVC has had at least one former player named a NFL Pro Bowl selection in four of the past six seasons. The 2007 season marked a return to scholarship football and the OVC for the Austin Peay Governors. Following the 1996 season the Governors dropped scholarship football and competed as both an independent (1997-00, 2006) and as a member of the Pioneer Football League (2001-05). The 2007 season also brought new vernacular to the Ohio Valley Conference and the division formerly known as I-AA. Beginning with the 2006 National Championship game the term I-AA was changed to NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in a decision by the Division I Board of Directors. The new label was chosen to communicate in a positive and clear manner the unique differences between Division I football categories (chiefly, the post-season opportunity) while still defining them within the Division I experience. The FCS includes programs that compete in an effort to participate in the NCAA championship postseason structure (one of 89 NCAA national championships) as opposed to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) which competes in an effort to participate in the postseason bowl system (the 35 NCAA-licensed events which includes the Bowl Championship Series). In 2010 Southeast Missouri State, picked to finish seventh in the preseason poll, compiled a 7-1 Conference record on the way to its first OVC Championship since joining the league in 1991. Overall the Redhawks were 9-2 during the regular season and earned a berth in the FCS Playoffs, its first playoff berth at any level in the programs 104-year history. Southeast would lose to eventual national champion Eastern Washington in the second round of the playoffs. Head coach Tony Samuel capped the year by winning the Sports Networks Eddie Robinson Award, given to the National Coach of the Year. Samuel was the second OVC coach to win the award (joining Murray States Houston Nutt who won the award in 1995). For only the second time in league history in 2011, three teams shared the OVC football championship, as Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State and Tennessee Tech finished with 6-2 records. The only other time in league history more than two champions were crowned at the end of the year was 1962 (when four teams shared the crown). Additionally, the OVC annually presents the Steve Hamilton Sportsmanship Award, in honor of the former Morehead State student-athlete, coach and athletics director, to a junior or senior studentathlete with significant athletic contributions who best exemplifies the characteristics of sportsmanship and citizenship. Most recently, the Conference has also implemented the OVC Institutional and Team Sportsmanship Awards, which are presented to one institution and 18 sport-specific teams voted by their

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peers to have best exhibited the standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct as outlined by the OVC and NCAA. The vision of leadership demonstrated by the Founding Fathers in 1948 remains alive today as the Ohio Valley Conference prepares for the future. One example is in regard to the current trend in collegiate athletics administration for increased involvement of university presidents in setting policies and making rules. The presidents of OVC institutions, however, have always governed the Conference, long before presidential governance became a national theme. The Ohio Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis and track for men, and basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball for women. In addition, the OVC also sponsors the combined mens and womens sport of rifle.

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Now in its seventh decade of competition, the Ohio Valley Conference has grown significantly from its humble beginnings while increasing the number of athletics opportunities it provides for students. Current league representatives include charter members Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University and Murray State University, along with Austin Peay State University, Belmont University, Eastern Illinois University, Jacksonville State University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee at Martin.

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2012 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Saturday, October 13 *Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois, 1:30 p.m. *Austin Peay at Eastern Kentucky, 2:00 p.m. *UT Martin at Murray State, 3:00 p.m. *Tennessee State at Southeast Missouri, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, October 20 *UT Martin at Southeast Missouri, 1:00 p.m. *Tennessee State at Jacksonville State, 3:00 p.m. *Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, October 27 *Eastern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky, 12:00 p.m. *Tennessee Tech at Tennessee State, 1:00 p.m. *Murray State at Jacksonville State, 3:00 p.m. Saturday, September 8 Austin Peay at Virginia Tech, 12:30 p.m. (ESPN3) Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky, 5:00 p.m. Eastern Illinois at Western Michigan, 6:00 p.m. Chattanooga at Jacksonville State, 6:00 p.m. Mars Hill College at Southeast Missouri, 6:00 p.m. Central Arkansas at Murray State, 6:00 p.m. Tennessee State vs. Jackson State, 6:00 p.m. (Memphis, Tenn.) UT Martin at Northern Illinois, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, November 10 Thursday, September 13 Southeastern Louisiana at UT Martin, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, September 15 *Austin Peay at Tennessee State, 1:00 p.m. Eastern Illinois at Illinois State, 1:00 p.m. Tennessee Tech at Oregon, 2:00 p.m. (Pac-12 Network) Eastern Kentucky at Coastal Carolina, 5:00 p.m. Southeast Missouri at Southern Illinois, 6:00 p.m. Murray State at Missouri State, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, September 22 Tennessee State at Bethune-Cookman, 3:00 p.m. *Jacksonville State at Eastern Kentucky, 5:00 p.m. *UT Martin at Austin Peay, 6:00 p.m. *Tennessee Tech at Southeast Missouri, 6:00 p.m. *Murray State at Eastern Illinois, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, September 29 *Eastern Kentucky at UT Martin, 1:00 p.m. *Austin Peay at Eastern Illinois, 1:30 p.m. *Southeast Missouri at Jacksonville State, 3:00 p.m. *Tennessee Tech at Murray State, 6:00 p.m. Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Tennessee State, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, October 6 *Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee State, 1:00 p.m. *Eastern Illinois at UT Martin, 2:00 p.m. *Murray State at Austin Peay, 6:00 p.m. *Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech, 7:00 p.m. * - Denotes OVC contest All Times CENTRAL; dates and times subject to change All Conference games and home non-conference games featuring OVC schools will be available live and on-demand *Murray State at Eastern Kentucky, 12:00 p.m. *Southeast Missouri at Eastern Illinois, 1:30 p.m. *UT Martin at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m. *Austin Peay at Jacksonville State, 3:00 p.m. Saturday, November 17 *Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay, 1:00 p.m. *Southeast Missouri at Murray State, 1:00 p.m. *Tennessee State at UT Martin, 2:00 p.m. Eastern Illinois at Central Arkansas, 3:00 p.m. Jacksonville State at Florida, TBA Saturday, November 24 FCS Playoffs First Round (campus sites) Saturday, December 1 FCS Playoffs Second Round (campus sites) Friday, December 7/Saturday, December 8 FCS Playoffs Quarterfinals (campus sites) Friday, December 14/Saturday, December 15 FCS Playoffs Semifinals (campus sites) Saturday, January 5 FCS National Championship, 12:00 p.m. (Frisco, Texas) *Southeast Missouri at Austin Peay, 4:00 p.m. Saturday, November 3 *Jacksonville State at UT Martin, 12:00 p.m. Culver-Stockton at Austin Peay, 1:00 p.m. *Eastern Kentucky at Southeast Missouri, 1:00 p.m. *Tennessee State at Murray State, 1:00 p.m. *Eastern Illinois at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, August 30 Southeast Missouri at Central Michigan, 6:00 p.m. Southern Illinois at Eastern Illinois, 6:30 p.m. Hampton at Tennessee Tech, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, September 1 Eastern Kentucky at Purdue, 2:30 p.m. (BTN) Murray State at Florida State, 5:00 p.m. (ESPN3) Austin Peay at Western Kentucky, 6:00 p.m. Florida A&M at Tennessee State, 6:00 p.m. UT Martin at Memphis, 6:00 p.m. Jacksonville State at Arkansas, TBA Thursday, September 6 North Greenville at Tennessee Tech, 7:00 p.m.

Beth DeBauche
Commissioner

Assoc. Commissioner for Operations/Chief Operating Officer

Brad Walker

Assistant Commissioner for Championships/SWA

Jennifer Gibbs

Kyle Schwartz
Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations

Assistant Commissioner for External Affairs

Brian Pulley

Assistant Commissioner for Institutional Services

Matthew Banker

Heather Brown
Director of Media Relations

OVC IMG Sports Marketing

Jon Kuka

Coordinator of Football Officiating

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Above: Lester Hudson became the first Skyhawk in history to be selected in the NBA Draft when he was drafted by the Boston Celtics in 2009. A two-time Ohio Valley Conference Male Athlete of the Year, he led the UT Martin mens basketball team to its first-ever OVC regular season championship in 2008-09. The only player in NCAA Division-I history to accumulate a quadruple-double, he has suited up for the NBAs Boston Celtics (2009-10), Memphis Grizzlies (2009-10, 201112), Washington Wizards (2010-11) and Cleveland Cavaliers (2011-12) since graduating from UT Martin. Below: The 2012 UT Martin softball team swept both the OVC regular season and tournament championships, capping off the programs fourth title since 2009. In the NCAA Tournament, UT Martin went toe-to-toe with eventual national champion Alabama. The Skyhawks were paced by the leagues Player of the Year (Leah Taylor), Pitcher of the Year (Chelsea Jones) and Coach of the Year (Donley Canary).

Above: In 2011, Skyhawk junior Kasey Elswick amassed 852 digs, a single-season NCAA Division-I record. For her efforts, she was named the 2011 OVC Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. 146

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UT MARTINS OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Right: The Skyhawk womens basketball team clinched their second straight NCAA Tournament appearance, while also capturing the OVCs regular-season title with a 15-1 league record. Paced by the top scoring offensive attack in the nation (80.1 points per game), the Skyhawks tallied a school-record 23 victories before falling to UT Martin alum Pat Head Summitt and the Tennessee Lady Vols in the NCAA Tournament.
(since 2000)

Volleyball (2001) Volleyball (2002)** Womens Tennis (2005) Football (2006) Womens Tennis (2006) Mens Basketball (2009) Softball (2009)* Soccer (2009) Softball (2010) Womens Tennis (2011) Soccer (2011)* Softball (2012)**
*OVC Tournament Championship **Team Won OVC Regular-Season and Tournament Titles

Womens Basketball (2011)*

Below: Skyhawk junior pitcher Alec Mills was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 22nd round of the 2012 MLB Draft. That marked the second straight season that a UT Martin baseball player had been chosen, as the Washington Nationals picked Trey Karlen in the 33rd round in 2011.

Womens Basketball (2012)**

Above: The UT Martin soccer team advanced to its first-ever NCAA Tournament, downing Morehead State in the OVC Tournament championship. Along the way, the Skyhawks notched 14 victories and posted a .652 winning percentage - both school records.

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Phil Dane Athletics Director

Bart Belew Assistant AD/ Athletic Training

Danelle Fabianich Assistant AD/ Administration & SWA

Col. Bill Kaler Assistant AD/ Compliance

Richard Schoeberl Assistant AD/ External Affairs

SUPPORT STAFF

Tim Barrington PA Announcer

Chris Brinkley Skyhawk Radio Network

Tom Britt Skyhawk Radio Network

Jenny Canary Ticket Manager

Tamika Donaldson Assistant Athletic Trainer

Butch Dowty Equipment Manager

Vickie Higgs Stacie Evans Trudy Henderson Administrative Academic Support Admistrative Support Assistant Coordinator Specialist

Joe Lofaro Katherine Malik Sports Information Assistant Athletic Director Trainer

Tracie Moss Athletics Insurance

Ryne Rickman Sports Information Assistant

Retta Riley Trevor Ruszkowski John Schommer Assistant Athletic Photographic Faculty Athletic Trainer Services Director Representative

Marty Shisler Marketing/ Skyhawk Club

HEAD COACHES
Bob Beard Rifle Donley Canary Softball Jerry Carpenter Mens Golf Bubba Cates Baseball Meghan Cunningham Equestrian

Jason James Mens Basketball

John Luthi Rodeo

Darrin McClure Volleyball

Kevin McMillan Womens Basketball

Phil McNamara Soccer

Gordon Sanders Mens & Womens Cross Country

Jason Simpson Football

Fran Spears Cheerleading

Dennis Taylor Womens Tennis

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UT MARTIN SCHOLAR-ATHLETES
Awarded each fall (but based on the prior years achievements), the OVC Scholar-Athlete Award is the highest individual honor that can be earned by OVC student-athletes and it is given annually to three men and three women of junior or senior status who have accomplishments in both the classroom and athletic arena, as well as leadership qualities.
1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 2001-02 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12 Anna Davis Womens Tennis Caroline Groves Womens Tennis Klas Brunskog Mens Tennis Angela Olsen Womens Tennis Arthur Castle Mens Basketball Kelly Pendleton Womens Basketball Rachel Ahlers Volleyball Brady Wahlberg Football Chad McMahan Football Andrey Yesipov Mens Tennis Jamie Furstenberg Soccer Cody Terry Baseball Jenna Miller Volleyball

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OVC AcaDEMIc AWaRDS


The winners are selected from a group of nominees by OVC Faculty Athletics Representatives. To be eligible, honorees must have at least a 3.25 GPA and conduct themselves in a manner which has brought credit to the student-athlete, his or her institution, intercollegiate athletics and the Ohio Valley Conference.

Commissioners Honor Roll


The OVC Commissioners Honor Roll is presented annually to student-athletes who have at least a 3.25 GPA and who have been eligible and on the team throughout the competitive season in their chosen NCAA-sponsored sport or sports. Since joining the OVC in 1992, a total of 1,320 UT Martin studentathletes have been named to the prestigious list. Year Total Year Total 1993-94 48 2003-04 81 1994-95 62 2004-05 78 1995-96 68 2005-06 81 1996-97 41 2006-07 81 1997-98 38 2007-08 85 1998-99 52 2008-09 73 1999-2000 50 2009-10 70 2000-01 58 2010-11 93 2001-02 65 2011-12 114 2002-03 82

Medal of Honor
The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athlete(s) who achieve the highest GPA (4.0) in a Conference-sponsored sport. Since joining the OVC in 1992, UT Martin student-athletes have claimed 167 Medals of Honor. Year Total Year Total 1993-94 4 2003-04 11 1994-95 4 2004-05 7 1995-96 8 2005-06 8 1996-97 8 2006-07 9 1997-98 7 2007-08 13 1998-99 5 2008-09 8 1999-2000 7 2009-10 12 2000-01 6 2010-11 15 2001-02 7 2011-12 16 2002-03 12

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2012 NCAA Division I Football Championship


Saturday, November 24

First Round

Saturday, December 1

Second Round

#1 Seed

Friday, December 7 or Saturday, December 8

Quarterfinals

Friday, December 14 or Saturday, December 15

Semifinals

Saturday, January 5 FC Dallas Stadium - Frisco, Texas

Final

#5 Seed

#4 Seed

#3 Seed NATIONAL CHAMPION

#2 Seed

*Denotes host institution. Refer to www.NCAA.com/fcs for more information.

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Under the direction of Head Coach Jason Simpson, UT Martin players have lined up against some of the best teams in the nation.

Mississippi State

Tennessee

South Alabama Ohio

Auburn

Northern Illinois (2012) Boise State (2013)

Memphis

South Florida
Southern Miss

Kentucky (2014)

Ole Miss (2015)

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DATE Sat, Sep 1 Sat, Sep 8 Thu, Sep 13 Sat, Sep 22 Sat, Sep 29 Sat, Oct 6 Sat, Oct 13 Sat, Oct 20 Sat, Nov 3 Sat, Nov 10 Sat, Nov 17

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OPPONENT at University of Memphis at Northern Illinois SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA at Austin Peay* EASTERN KENTUCKY* EASTERN ILLINOIS* at Murray State* at Southeast Missouri* JACKSONVILLE STATE* at Tennessee Tech* TENNESSEE STATE*

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