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2013 CONFERENCE USA COMPOSITE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, AUGUST 29
Western Carolina at Middle Tennessee Tulsa at Bowling Green Jackson State at Tulane Marshall at Virginia Tech North Texas at Georgia Houston at Rice Tulane at Syracuse Northwestern State at UAB UTSA at UTEP

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31
Rice at North Texas

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2
East Carolina at FIU Tulane at Florida Atlantic Southern Miss at Marshall Middle Tennessee at UAB UTSA at Tulsa UTEP at Texas A&M

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30

Florida Atlantic at Miami (Fla.)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 31

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
Iowa State at Tulsa

Old Dominion at East Carolina FIU at Maryland Louisiana Tech at NC State Miami (Ohio) at Marshall Idaho at North Texas Rice at Texas A&M Texas State at Southern Miss UAB at Troy UTSA at New Mexico

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
Middle Tennessee at BYU

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6


UCF at FIU

Florida Atlantic at East Carolina

East Carolina at North Carolina Florida Atlantic at Rice Louisiana Tech vs. Army (in Dallas) Southern Miss at Boise State Tulane at Louisiana-Monroe UAB at Vanderbilt UTEP at Colorado State Houston at UTSA

Tulsa at East Carolina FIU at Middle Tennessee Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech UAB at Marshall UTEP at North Texas Tulane at UTSA

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14
Marshall at Tulsa

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

Lamar at Louisiana Tech Gardner-Webb at Marshall Middle Tennessee at North Carolina North Texas at Ohio Southern Miss at Nebraska South Alabama at Tulane Colorado State at Tulsa UAB at LSU New Mexico at UTEP Oklahoma State at UTSA

East Carolina at Middle Tennessee Florida Atlantic at UAB FIU at Southern Miss Louisiana Tech at UTEP UTSA at Marshall North Texas at Tulane Rice at Tulsa

UAB at East Carolina Florida Atlantic at Southern Miss FIU at UTEP Louisiana Tech at Rice

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21
Rice at UAB

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
Tulane at Louisiana Tech

East Carolina at Tulane Marshall at Florida Atlantic UAB at FIU Middle Tennessee at North Texas Rice at UTSA Tulsa at UTEP

East Carolina at NC State New Mexico State at Florida Atlantic Marshall at FIU Tulsa at Louisiana Tech Middle Tennessee at Southern Miss UTSA at North Texas UTEP at Tulane

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Virginia Tech at East Carolina Florida Atlantic at South Florida Bethune-Cookman at FIU Marshall at Ohio Memphis at Middle Tennessee Ball State at North Texas Kansas at Rice Southern Miss at Arkansas Tulsa at Oklahoma UTEP at New Mexico State UTSA at Arizona

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29
East Carolina at Marshall FIU at Florida Atlantic

Southern Miss at East Carolina North Texas at Louisiana Tech Rice at New Mexico State

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30
Louisiana Tech at UTSA UTEP at Middle Tennessee North Texas at Tulsa Tulane at Rice Southern Miss at UAB

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26

Marshall at Middle Tennessee Florida Atlantic at Auburn Louisiana Tech at FIU North Texas at Southern Miss UTEP at Rice Tulsa at Tulane UAB at UTSA

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7
C-USA Championship Game Conference games in bold. All games and dates subject to change

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

Middle Tennessee at Florida Atlantic FIU at Louisville Louisiana Tech at Kansas

CONTENTS / STAFF

TABLE OF CONTENTS
2 3 4-8 Media Services 2013 Football Championship Conference USA

Tulsa won its second C-USA Football Championship last December, defeating UCF, 3327, in the rst overtime title game in C-USA history.

conferenceusa.com

Conference USA

@Conference_USA, @CUSAFB

Commissioner: Britton Banowsky Executive Associate Commissioner: Judy MacLeod (jmacleod@c-usa.org) Associate Commissioner: Alfred White (awhite@c-usa.org) Associate Commissioner: Kelly Carney (kcarney@c-usa.org) Associate Commissioner for Compliance/Academics: Rob Philippi (rphilippi@c-usa.org) Associate Commissioner for Business Aairs: Catrina Gibson (cgibson@c-usa.org) Associate Commissioner for Sports Services: Keisha Dunlap (kdunlap@c-usa.org) Assistant Commissioner for Football/Baseball Operations: Russell Anderson (rdanderson@c-usa.org) Assistant Commissioner for Public Aairs: Courtney Morrison Archer (cmarcher@c-usa.org) Director of Events: Monay Lyles (mlyles@c-usa.org) Director of Sports Services: Chris Grant (cgrant@c-usa.org) Director of Compliance and Sports Services: Frank Arredondo (farredondo@c-usa.org) Associate Director of Media Relations: Debbie Davis (ddavis@c-usa.org) Assistant Director of Media Relations: Jeremiah Ingram (jingram@c-usa.org) C-USA Digital Network Producer: William Draper (wdraper@c-usa.org) C-USA Digital Network Coordinator: Stacie Ere (sere@c-usa.org) Assistant Director of Marketing: Toni Gockel (tgockel@c-usa.org) Assistant Director of Sports Services and Ociating: Kelly Ninemire (kninemire@c-usa.org) Executive Assistant to the Commissioner: Sara Sjuts (ssjuts@c-usa.org) Sports Services Assistant: Harrison Tassopoulos (htassopoulos@c-usa.org) Coordinator of Football Ocials: Gerald Austin Coordinator of Multimedia and Creative Services: Erika Amstadt Hirscheld

68-69 70-71 72-75 76-79 80 81-91 92-94 95-96 97-104 105-106 107-123 124-125 118-121 130-143 136-139 148-151 152-155 156 157 158 159 160 160-161 162-163 164

Standings/Postseason Results Honors/Awards Statistics All Games Statistics C-USA Games Bowl Results/NCAA Leaders C-USA Records Career Records Miscellaneous Records C-USA Championship Recaps C-USA Championship Records Annual Standings Bowl Results Annual Leaders All-Time Honors Team Year-by-Year Results All-Time Team vs. Team Players in the Pros Bowl Synopsis/Directory AutoZone Liberty Bowl Beef OBradys Bowl/ Heart of Dallas Bowl Military Bowl/New Orleans Bowl Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Postseason History Television and Radio SID Directory

Credits

The 2013 Football Guide is a publication of Conference USA. For additional information and copies, please contact Conference USA at (214) 774-1300.

Design: Bill Bridgeforth Editor and Compilation: Russell Anderson Contributing: Jeremiah Ingram, Erika Amstadt Hirscheld, Courtney Morrison Archer Photography: Courtesy of Media Relations Departments and NFL Teams.

The conference extends special thanks to the C-USA sports information stas for their assistance in preparation of this publication.

CONFERENCE USA

CONFERENCE USA STAFF DIRECTORY

TEAM PAGES 9-12 East Carolina 13-16 FIU 17-20 Florida Atlantic 21-24 Louisiana Tech 25-28 Marshall 29-32 Middle Tennessee 33-36 North Texas 37-40 Rice 41-44 Southern Miss 45-48 Tulane 49-52 Tulsa 53-56 UAB 57-60 UTEP 61-64 UTSA FUTURE MEMBERS 65 Old Dominion 66 Western Kentucky 67 Charlotte

MEDIA SERVIcES
C-USA FOOTBALL SIDS
Tom McClellan, East Carolina
Oce: 252/737-4522 Cell: 252/414-0990 mcclellant@ecu.edu

C-USA MEDIA RELATIONS


214/774-1300

Joe Hornstein, FIU


Oce: 305/348-6666 Cell: 305/496-2711 jhornste@u.edu

*Russell Anderson Assistant Commissioner for Football/ Baseball Operations rdanderson@c-usa.org Courtney Morrison-Archer Assistant Commissioner for Public Aairs cmarcher@c-usa.org Debbie Davis Associate Director of Media Relations ddavis@c-usa.org Jeremiah Ingram Assistant Director of Media Relations jingram@c-usa.org
*Football Contact
TELECONFERENCE Conference USA coaches will be featured on a teleconference at 1 p.m. Central on select days during the 2013 C-USA Football season. The rst call will be held on Monday, August 26, prior to the opening week of the season and a call featuring the coaches in the C-USA Championship game will be held on Tuesday, November 26. Media representatives wishing to participate in the teleconference should contact the conference oce to obtain the access phone number. A schedule for the calls will be announced at a later date.

PRESS RELEASES Conference USA football weekly press releases contain statistical information, updates, as well as notes, standings, schedules and results. The entire release will be available to the media on Monday afternoons. PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Conference USA will name Oensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week each Monday during the regular season. The Players of the Week are selected by a media panel with one media representative in each of the member institutions cities. POSTSEASON AWARDS Conference USA names an All-Conference team selected by the head coaches at the end of the season. It contains a rst and second team all-league squad, an All-Freshman team, Oensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Coach of the Year. There is also an All-Academic squad. FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS Highlight clips from C-USA football teams will be available during the regular season via DragonFly Athletics. Contact the media relations department for details. E-MAIL/WEBSITE All of the information provided by the media relations department is available on the ocial conference website www.conferenceusa.com. For direct e-mail distribution, please contact the media relations department.

Katrina McCormack, Florida Atlantic


Oce: 561/297-3163 Cell: 561/251-5588 kmccormi@fau.edu

Patrick Walsh, Louisiana Tech


Oce: 318/257-5305 Cell: 318/514-9203 pwalsh@latech.edu

Jason Corriher, Marshall


Oce: 304/696-4660 Cell: 740/331-1497 corriher@marshall.edu

MEDIA SERVICES

Mark Owens, Middle Tennessee


Oce: 615/898-2968 Cell: 615/631-9520 owens@goblueraiders.com

Eric Capper, North Texas


Oce: 940/565-2476 Cell: 940/367-0727 eric.capper@unt.edu

Chuck Pool, Rice


Oce: 713/348-4034 Cell: 832-244-6476 cpool@rice.edu

Jack Duggan, Southern Miss


Oce: 601/266-4503 Cell: 601-596-5637 jack.duggan@usm.edu
CollegePressBox.com is the ocial media website for Conference USA football. Access and download weekly game notes, statistics, media guides and more for the conference and each of its 14 member schools throughout the season. Login information will be distributed by the conference oce to accredited media or you can apply for a password by sending an e-mail to password@collegepressbox.com. C-USA ON FACEBOOK By becoming a fan of Conference USA on Facebook, followers of C-USA teams will have the opportunity to receive score updates, event recaps and notices, video features, photos, special announcements, news on promotions and special ticket oers and much more. The Facebook page is facebook.com/conferenceusa. C-USA ON TWITTER Twitter, one of the fastest growing phenomena on the internet, provides fans a means to receive a steady ow of information on all facets of Conference USA athletics through instant messaging. Follow us @ConferenceUSA1 or at our football specic account @CUSAFB WHATS IN A NAME? Several Conference USA institutions are often misrepresented when it comes to the correct spelling and abbreviation of their names. The following is a list of names that seem to cause the most confusion. Please be sure to use the correct spelling when referring to Conference USA and the schools.

Roger Dunaway, Tulane


Oce: 504/865-5506 Cell: 504/452-2906 roger@tulane.edu

Don Tomkalski, Tulsa


Oce: 918/631-2395 Cell: 918/640-0683 donald-tomkalski@utulsa.edu

Norm Reilly, UAB


Oce: 205/934-0722 Cell: 205/936-1793 nreilly@uab.edu

Denise Mata, UTEP


Oce: 915/747-6451 Cell: 915/820-2458 mdmata@utep.edu

Kyle Stephens, UTSA


Oce: 210/458-4551 Cell: 210/887-3636 kyle.stephens@utsa.edu

Correct Usage NEVER USE!!


Conference USA Conf. USA C-USA CUSA FIU Florida International Florida Atlantic Fla. Atlantic LA Tech (abbreviation Southern Miss So. Mississippi So. Miss, USM

Correct Usage NEVER USE!!


TU (Tulsa) UT Hurricane Hurricanes UAB Alabama-Birmingham Ala.-Birmingham UTEP Texas-El Paso UTSA Texas-San Antonio UT-San Antonio

Conference USA will host its ninth football championship game in 2013. The event is slated for Saturday, December 7, and will be televised by ESPN or ESPN 2. The team with the highest league winning percentage will serve as host site for the game. The title game will feature champions from the East and West divisions of the league. UCF, Houston, Tulsa and East Carolina have hosted the rst eight championship games, with UCF hosting the event three times and Houston and Tulsa hosting it twice. Tulsa claimed the C-USA inaugural crown in 2005 and again last season on its home eld. In 2007, UCF hosted the game for the second time in three seasons and earned its rst championship. Houston claimed the championship game title in 2006. East Carolina won back-to-back titles, defeating Houston at home in 2009 after winning at Tulsa in 2008. UCF took its second title in 2010 at Bright House Networks Stadium. In 2011, Southern Miss claimed its rst C-USA Championship game crown with a victory at previously undefeated Houston. Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Champion (C-USA Record) Tulsa (7-1) Southern Miss (6-2) UCF (7-1) East Carolina (7-1) East Carolina (6-2) UCF (7-1) Houston (7-1) Tulsa (6-2) Louisville (8-0) Southern Miss (8-0) TCU (6-2) Cincinnati (6-2) Louisville (6-1) Louisville (6-1) Southern Miss (6-0) Tulane (6-0) Southern Miss (6-0) Houston (4-1) Southern Miss (4-1)

2013 C-USA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Tulsa hosted the C-USA Football Championship Game at H.A. Chapman Stadium for the second time last December and won the rst overtime title game in C-USA history, defeating UCF, 33-27.

2013 C-USA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME


WEST LOUISIANA TECH NORTH TEXAS RICE TULANE TULSA UTEP UTSA EAST EAST CAROLINA FIU FLORIDA ATLANTIC MARSHALL MIDDLE TENNESSEE

Saturday, December 7 Time: TBD ESPN or ESPN2


MEDIA CREDENTIALS C-USA STADIUMS

SOUTHERN MISS UAB

C-USA TIEBREAKER

Home eld for the C-USA Championship Game will be awarded to the team that posts the highest regular season winning percentage against conference opposition. The rst tiebreaker is the winner of a head-to-head match-up. If the two teams did not play during the regular season, the team with the highest BCS ranking would receive the nod.

Members of the media that wish to cover the C-USA Championship game will be required to request credentials through the leagues online credential application system available at conferenceusa.com/Media Center. Details about the C-USA Championship Game will be available throughout the season on conferenceusa.com. For additional information, please contact C-USA Media Relations at 214/774-1300.

East Carolina Dowdy-Ficklen (50,000) FIU Alfonso Field at FIU Stadium (20,000) Florida Atlantic FAU Stadium (29,419) Louisiana Tech Joe Aillet Stadium (30,600) Marshall Joan C. Edwards (38,019) Middle Tennessee Johnny Red Floyd Stadium (30,788) North Texas Apogee Stadium (30,850) Rice Rice Stadium (47,000) Southern Miss M.M. Roberts (36,000) Tulane Mercedes-Benz Superdome (69,703) Tulsa H.A. Chapman (30,000) UAB Legion Field (72,000) UTEP Sun Bowl (51,500) UTSA Alamodome (65,000)

CONFERENCE USA

cONFERENcE uSA: cOMpETITION lIVES hERE


Conference USA ocially gets a new look July 1, 2013, while maintaining the same commitment to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. Eight institutions, including the return of charter member Charlotte along with FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion and UTSA, will join with East Carolina, Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP. From its beginning in 1995, Conference USAs dedication to excellence has been the leagues guiding principle and remains a common thread today and for a promising future. Throughout the changes during the C-USA history, the conference has held onto its strong foundation that reects the leagues national presence. These 16 schools have compiled numerous athletic and academic achievements. Additionally, the C-USA footprint will grow by nearly 20 percent, while providing the geography that allows for a divisional scheduling model that will be benecial to the studentathletes, fan-friendly and cost eective. Conference USA sponsors competition in 20 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and eld) and 11 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and eld and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioners Honor Roll and the Commissioners Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom, in addition to sport specic All-Academic teams. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of signicant community service eorts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport.

Womens Basketball

48 NCAA Tournament appearances 43 WNIT appearances One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 Two WNIT seminalists One WBI Champion 58 NCAA appearances Six College World Series appearances (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2001) 14 Super Regional appearances Has produced at least four NCAA teams in nine of the last 12 seasons

Baseball

CONFERENCE USA

In addition, 37 volleyball teams, 67 mens and womens soccer teams and 39 softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. C-USA has sent three mens soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, three softball teams to the Womens College World Series and three volleyball teams to the Sweet 16. The league has also had nine national champions in NCAA track and eld competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis and track and eld. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 700 NCAA appearances.

SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD

C-USA institutions are among the nations best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USAs 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions o the playing eld as well. In 18 years, 176 student-athletes earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors, while 618 were named All-District. In addition, more than 26,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioners Honor Roll or received the Commissioners Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD

Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation.

C-USA ON TV

Football

72 teams have earned bowl bids Member of the Bowl Championship Series Bowl tie-ins with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Beef O Bradys St. Petersburg Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Heart of Dallas Bowl, Military Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country 108 postseason teams (50 NCAA, 42 NIT, 8 CBI, 8 CIT) One National Championship title game appearance Three Final Four teams Seven Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams One NIT Champion and four NIT seminalists Inaugural CBI Champion CIT Champion

C-USA enjoys signicant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN. The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all three networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, mens and womens basketball, and all other conference sports. As one the largest FBS conferences in 2013, C-USA membership will include institutions in 12 of the Top 65 television markets, eight in the Top 40 and four in the Top 25 media markets according to Nielson. C-USA home markets next year will include more than 14.5 million TV households, a 43 percent increase from a year ago.

Mens Basketball

C-USA DIGITAL NETWORK

The C-USA Digital Network ocially launched in August of 2011. Network programming includes live streaming of nontelevised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights and conference-produced feature stories. In its rst year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and that number just keeps growing. Monthly and yearly subscriptions oer fans access to events oered on all of the C-USA member institutions athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming.

C-USA in the community

The conferences current footprint is concentrated with 16 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. With a commitment to community involvement, the conference developed several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations. Individually, student-athletes are recognized each season through the Spirit of Service award.

METRO AREA POPULATION


City Population Dallas-Ft. Worth 6,700,991 Houston 6,177,035 Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 3,498,603 Charlotte 2,296,569 W. Palm Beach-Boca Raton 2,264,113 San Antonio 2,234,003 Nashville-Murfreesboro 1,726,693 Virginia Beach-Norfolk 1,699,925 New Orleans 1,227,096 Birmingham 1,136,650 Tulsa 951,880 El Paso 830,735 Huntington 364,665 Greenville 172,554 Hattiesburg 146,766 Ruston 46,953 TOTALS 31,474,431
Courtesy: U.S. Census Data , 2012 estimates

GOVERNANCE

Conference USA has signicant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the leagues Board of Directors.

A PROUD HISTORY

Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nations top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The leagues charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996. The leagues headquarters were established in Chicago and, after nine years, relocated to the current oce in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the leagues rst commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. Marshall, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, UCF and UTEP became full-time members of Conference USA in 2005.

TV DEMOGRAPHICS
Market Rank TV Hshlds Dallas-Ft. Worth 5 2,571,310 Houston 10 2,215,650 Miami 16 1,583,800 Charlotte 25 1,140,900 Nashville 29 1,024,560 San Antonio 36 881,050 West Palm Beach 38 794,310 Birmingham 39 738,790 Norfolk 43 718,750 New Orleans 51 643,660 Tulsa 59 529,100 Huntington 65 465,030 Shreveport 83 386,150 El Paso 91 339,130 Greenville 99 307, 610 Hattiesburg 167 111,560 TOTALS 14,451,360
Courtesy: Nielsen Media Research, Inc.

CONFERENCE USA

COMPETITIVE HIGHLIGHTS
149 Bowl appearances (69 since 1994) 119 NCAA Appearances in Mens Basketball Three Mens Basketball Final Four Appearances 2002 NIT Champions (Memphis) and 2001 NIT Champions (Tulsa) 52 NCAA appearances in Womens Basketball (39 since 1994) 113 NCAA Appearances in Baseball (74 since 1995) 12 College World Series Appearances, with ve in a row from 2005-09 (2003 National Champions - Rice) 27 NCAA appearances in Volleyball in the last 18 years Three Softball College World Series Appearances Two Mens Soccer College Cup Appearances

MORE COMPETITIVE HIGHLIGHTS


Baseball Conference USA has produced ve College World Series teams since 2005. Mens Basketball Six C-USA teams earned postseason bids in 2013, with Memphis playing in the NCAA Tournament and Southern Miss participating in the NIT. East Carolina won the C.I.T. Womens Basketball C-USA teams have made 52 NCAA appearances (39 since 1994) and 41 WNIT outings. Womens Cross Country SMUs Silje Fjortoft was the 2011 and 2008 C-USA womens cross country individual champion and became the only studentathlete in the South Central Region to win the NCAA Regional Championship three times. Mens Cross Country Tulsa tied the school record with a third-place nish at the Midwest Regional and advanced to the NCAA Championships. Mens Golf Six C-USA teams and a Marshall individual earned a bid to the 2013 NCAA Regionals and UCF advanced to the NCAA Championship. Womens Golf Four C-USA teams and two individuals earned bids to the 2013 NCAA Regional Championships, with Tulane advancing to the NCAA Championship. Womens Rowing C-USA held its fourth Womens Rowing Championship in 2013, with Oklahoma winning the title and advancing to the NCAA Championship. Mens Soccer For the fourth time in league history, four C-USA teams (Kentucky, SMU, Tulsa and UAB) earned a berth to the NCAA Championship. Womens Soccer UCF made its sixth straight NCAA appearance, while associate member Colorado College made its rst NCAA trip as a member of C-USA after sharing the regular season title with Rice. Softball C-USA sent four teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2013 and has had three teams participate in the Womens College World Series since sponsoring the sport in 2000. Swimming & Diving C-USA has produced 53 NCAA All-Americans since the 2005-06 season. Mens Tennis Tulsas Japie DeKlerk advanced to the seminals of the NCAA Championship after leading the Golden Hurricane to the NCAAs, while Memphis advanced to the NCAA Round of 16 for the rst time. Womens Tennis Rice advanced to the 2013 NCAA Round of 32, led by Natalie Beazant, who reached the NCAA Quarternals. Indoor Track & Field Houstons Errol Nolan won the gold medal in the 400-meter dash at the 2012 NCAA Championship, while UCFs Aurieyall Scott became the programs rst NCAA champion by claiming gold in the 60 meters. Volleyball C-USA schools have made 27 NCAA appearances in the last 18 years. Outdoor Track & Field UTEPs Anthony Rotich won the National Championship in the Steeplechase, while UCFs women placed fth at the NCAA Championship with a C-USA-record 35 points.

CONFERENCE USA

Two Womens Golf National Championships 33 National Championships in Track and Field and Cross Country

CONFERENCE USA FOOTbAll HIGHLIGHTS


Since 1995, current C-USA schools have posted at least one nonconference victory over the following foes: Alabama, Arkansas, Boise State, Clemson, Georgia, Kansas State, LSU, Miami (Fla.), Mississippi, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Syracuse, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Since 1997, six schools have nished ranked in the top 25 of the nal polls at least one time (Houston, Marshall, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa (twice) and UCF). Current C-USA schools have nished in the top 20 of the nal AP poll a total of 53 times since the poll began in 1936. Since the 2000 season, current Conference USA schools have combined to make nearly 500 national television appearances. C-USA schools produced 74 players that appeared on NFL rosters this season. Included were prominent players such as RB Chris Johnson, RB Ahmad Bradshaw, RB Matt Forte, FB Vonta Leach, WR Roddy White and WR Randy Moss.

AcADEMIcS

2012-13 CONFERENCE USA COMMISSIONERS HONOR ROLL Football


Detric Allen DeShaun Amos Andrew Bodenheimer J.T. Boyd Charles Coogins Kyle Doll Adhem Elsawi Daley Fox Hall eDarian Harris eWarren Harvey Cory Hunter Cody Keith Keith Lee Chaz Lowery Cody Lyon Damon Magazu Nathaniel Mays Phillip McNaughton eMatthew Milner Keifer Neal Leonard Paulk Jonathan Powers Ryan Revia Rocco Scarfone eWilliam Sloan eTrent Tignor Jamal Tillman Jonathon Weymann Bryce Williams

EAST CAROLINA

Conference USA is dedicated to excellence in athletics, academics and community service. C-USA places an emphasis on academic achievement for its studentathletes, encouraging an environment for academic success. In addition to student- athletes representing the league on the Capital One Academic All-America teams, C-USA has several academic award programs that are featured below. A record 2,537 studentathletes earned recognition to the Commissioners Honor Roll during the 2012-13 academic year, with 538 earning the Academic Medal. Nine student-athletes earned Academic All-America honors, while 30 were recognized at the district level.

Paxtob Lynch Carlton McCord Jesse Milleson Daniel Montiel eAustin Scott Dontrinell Scott eMicah Simmons Tanner Singler eTyler Spurlock Michael Stannard Robert Steeples Samuel Thomas Austin Weaver Andrew Widmer

Brandon Francesconi Wil Freeman Johntre Goudy Trent Johnson Jerry McCorvey Jamil Murray Bradley Nugent Taylor Peterson Quentin Pierce Larsen Real Kalan Reed Juan Rodriguez eKyle Sloter David Thompson

Tyizswain Jones Taylor Klein Vashon Landers eJontavius Morris DAndre Mostella Hunter Mullins Michael Parrota Larry Pettaway Christopher Rabb Olakunle Salako eDominic Sylvester Jay Turk Chris Walton Anthony Wilson

RICE

ACADEMIC AWARDS Institutional Academic Excellence Award Sport Academic Award

Awarded to the institution with the highest overall student-athlete GPA in Conference sponsored sports. Awarded to the team in each Conference sponsored sport with the highest GPA for the current academic year.

HOUSTON

Awarded to student-athletes in Conference sponsored sports that have achieved a 3.0 cumulative GPA or above.

Commissioners Academic Medal

Awarded to student-athletes in Conference sponsored sports that have achieved a 3.75 cumulative GPA or above.

Scholar Athlete of the Year Award

Awarded to the top student-athlete, as determined by the Faculty Athletics Representatives, in each Conference sponsored sport. The award is based on academic achievement (GPA - 3.0 or better), athletic achievement and service..

TULSA

Dr. Jim Castaeda Post-Graduate Scholarships


Sixteen awards of $4,000 each will be granted to 201314 graduates. The Faculty Athletic Representatives determine the recipients at the Conferences Spring meetings. Recipients of the C-USA post-graduate scholarships must enroll in a graduate program within three years of receipt of the award. The award is named after former Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Jim Castaeda, who served Rice for 46 years as an educator, coach and administrator before he passed away in November 2008.

MARSHALL

SMU

2012-13 Capital One Academic All-America Selections


First Team Academic All-America
Matt Carey, Rice Rhiannon Johns, UAB Tyler Riggs, Kentucky Mens Track & Field Womens Track & Field Mens Soccer

James Allen Eric Ansley Matthew Cincotta Cam Dees Steve Dillon Blake Frohnapfel Eric Frohnapfel eJack Gammon Peter Helow Gunnar Holcombe Chris Jasperse Joseph Massaquoi Trevor Mendelson Gage Niemeyer Matthew Pickett Ryan Riedel Anthony Spano Corey Tenney Tyler Williams Joseph Woodrum

MEMPHIS

Second Team Academic All-America


Lyle Dankenbring, UCF Jake Dobkins, Tulsa Matt Milner, East Carolina

Football Mens Soccer Football

Third Team Academic All-America


Claire Hulcer, Tulsa Ryan Prinzing, UAB Mark Sherrod, Memphis

Womens Soccer Baseball Mens Soccer

Raener Ayers-Fleming Samuel Billings Latarius Brady Alan Cross Akeem Davis Andrew Diamond Michael Ferrera-Weed Mose Frazier William Gilchrist Kyle Greenwood Charles Harris Thomas Hornsey Mitchell Huelsing Daniel Hurd Martin Ifedi James Lincoln

Jordan Airhart Troy Castle Bryan Dewey William Dugal Alexander Faoro Garrett Gilbert Jeremy Gray Hayden Greenbauer Brett Haness Randall Joyner Richard Krstich Taylor Lasecki Timothy Loftin eAndrew McCleneghen Jordan Miller Stephen Nelson Cody Rademacher Tanner Rice e Cameron Rogers Stephon Sanders James Scott eLuke Seeker Benjamin Sellers eNicholas Sotta Aaron Staord Mark Voosen Ryan Walker Cody Worthen

Blake Abbott Malachi Blankenship Jeremy Brady Jeremy Byron Joseph Calcagni Jonathan Chavira Cory Dorris Brockton Dowling Trent Dupy Zachary Epps Connor Floyd eDylan Foxworth James Floyd Daniel Gibney Reymundo Higuera Blake Kitrell Zach Lathrop eMatthew Linscott Derrick Luetjen eMatthew Luetjen Austin McDaniel Shawn Norman Robert Riederer Colby Scott Thomas Shamet Conner Sherwood Jacob Sizelove Justin Skillens Lucas Snider Jared St. John Garrett Staord Cody Wilson Tyler Wilson

UTEP

UAB

SOUTHERN MISS
Jarell Aaron e Corey Acosta Randal Agee Oliver Bates Justin Burdette Luke Burnham Lelland Ducksworth Joshua Flanders

Cameron Blankenship Kelton Brackett Roscoe Byrd Wesley Carter Destin Challenger eJacob Ganus Devin Gordon Joshua Greer Hisham Haqq Nyiakki Height Stephen Herring John Hix Calvin Jones

Marcus Bagley Jerome Daniels eJohn DeLaRosa eNick Dooley Joshua Fely Cole Freytag Jacob Garcia Justin Holliday Michael Kelley Jordan Leslie DeAndre Little Brian Madunezim Terrl Mark eJames Martin Jacob Martinez Dominic Matson Carson Meger Paulo Melendez eWesley Miller eRuben Munoz Darnell Murray Devin Patterson Natanael Rodriguez eBlaire Sullivan Andrew Thomas Craig Wenrick Jaquan White

e -Designates Academic Medal Winners, 3.75 GPA or Better

CONFERENCE USA

Commissioners Honor Roll

Jacob Abels Chris Cermin Kevin Forsch Nolan Frese Brandon Hartson Matt Hogan Zachary Johnson Justin Limbrick Mac Long Avery Love Casey Martin Adrian McDonald Chance Moser Nicholas Nelson Austin Potter Luke Stice Isaiah Sweeney Jontrey Tillman Luke Tomas Ronnie Williams Austin Wilson Brandon Wilson Doug Wineld

Gabriel Baker Guy Billups Justin Carter Trevor Caswell Christian Covington William Brandon Dawkins Darik Dillard Nicholas Elder Tanyan Farley James Farrimond Garrett Furhman Andre Gautreaux John Hamel Adrian Jones Bobby Kiesewetter Dylan Klare Klein Kubiak Michael Kutzler Connor Leisz Tanner Leland Alexander Lyons Oscar Mitchell Brian Nordstrom Cameron Nwosu Turner Petersen Ryan Pollard Paul Porras Michael Poynter Andrew Reue Nate Richards Michael Sam Matt Simonette Josh Skinner Spencer Stanley Jamael Thomas Drew Travis Michael Warren Chandler Watkins Caleb Williams

TULANE

Casey Blum Robert Bradley eSteven Broccoli eAnthony Bronzo eRichard Carthon Jacob Davis Ryan Grin Colton Hanson Chris Hanuscin Logan Hilton eWilliam Johnson Eric Jones Jordy Joseph Alex Lauricella Zachary Morgan Raymond Oppman Ruston Pritchard Stephen Purcell Ryan Rome Brock Sanders eBrandon Schmidt eSamuel Scoeld Nathan Shienle Nate Skold Stephen Suchy Evan Tatford Calvin Thomas Gregory Thomson Walker Van Hooser

UCF

Luke Adams Demetris Anderson Micah Anderson Sean Beckton Caldon Bloom Mitchell Bourne Chester Brown Robert Calabrese Michael Campbell Tarik Cook eLyle Dankenbring Troy Davis eTyler Gabbert Kevin Garvy Jacoby Glenn Joseph Grant Deion Green Troy Green Jared Greenaway Jared Henry Caleb Houston eDaron Humphrey Drico Johnson Sean Maag e Gage Marsil Chris Martin Quincy McDue Kevin Miller Shawn Mott Matthew Morrison Christopher Nahat David Nelson Kelly Partt Rodrigo Quirarte Jordan Rae Andrew Rice Maurice Russell Ray Shipman Stanley Sylverain Colby Watson Nicco Whigham Michael Wiszowaty J.J. Worton

2013-14 CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS


SPORT Cross Country Womens Soccer Mens Soccer Volleyball Football Indoor Track & Field Mens Basketball Womens Basketball Womens Tennis Mens Tennis Womens Golf Mens Golf Softball Outdoor Track & Field Womens Rowing Baseball DATE November 2 November 4-10 November 13-17 November 21-24 December 7 February 19-20 March 11-15 March 11-15 April 16-20 April 17-20 April 21-23 TBD May 8-10 May 15-18 May 17 May 21-25 SITE Denton, Texas Houston, Texas Charlotte, N.C. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas Norfolk, Va. Tulsa, Okla. Gulf Shores, Ala. Texarkana, Ark. Boca Raton, Fla. TBD Oak Ridge, Tenn. TBD HOST North Texas Rice Charlotte Middle Tennessee C-USA UAB UTEP UTEP Old Dominion Tulsa C-USA C-USA Florida Atlantic TBD Tennessee TBD

Divisional Champion with best record

Womens Swimming & Diving February 19-22

CONFERENCE USA

2012-13 CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP SCOREBOARD


SPORT REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENT POSTSEASON TEAMS CHAMPION CHAMPION Mens Cross Country n/a Tulsa Tulsa Womens Cross Country n/a SMU Womens Soccer Colorado College/Rice UCF Colorado College, UCF Mens Soccer SMU Tulsa Kentucky, SMU, Tulsa, UAB Volleyball Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Football UCF/Tulsa Tulsa UCF, East Carolina, Tulsa, Rice, SMU Womens Swimming/Diving n/a Rice Rice, SMU Womens Indoor Track n/a UCF East Carolina, UCF, 7 Individuals; 2 teams Mens Indoor Track n/a Houston Houston, Tulsa, UTEP 10 Individuals; 3 teams scored Womens Basketball SMU Tulsa East Carolina, Memphis, SMU, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB Mens Basketball Memphis Memphis East Carolina, Houston, Memphis, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa Mens Tennis n/a Memphis Memphis, Tulsa Womens Tennis n/a Rice Memphis, Rice, Tulsa Womens Golf n/a Tulane East Carolina, SMU, Tulane, UCF, 2 individuals Mens Golf n/a Houston Houston, Memphis, SMU, Tulsa, UAB, UCF 1 individual Womens Rowing n/a Oklahoma Oklahoma Softball UAB Marshall Houston, Marshall, Tulsa, UAB Mens Outdoor Track n/a UTEP East Carolina, Memphis, UTEP 17 Individuals; 3 teams Womens Outdoor Track n/a UCF Marshall, UCF, UTEP 34 Individuals; 3 teams Baseball Rice/Southern Miss Rice Rice

EAST CAROLINA
Ruffin McNeill HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: East Carolina 80

EAST CAROLINA

QUICK FACTS

Record at East Carolina: 19-19 (.500) Fourth season Career Record: *20-19 (.513) Fourth season Hometown: Lumberton, N.C. Birthdate: October 9, 1958
*(includes win as Texas Techs interim coach in 2010 Alamo Bowl)

Location: Greenville, N.C. Founded: 1907 Enrollment: 27,000 Nickname: Pirates Colors: Purple and Gold Stadium: Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium (50,000) Chancellor: Dr. Steve Ballard Athletics Director: Je Compher Football Administrator: Nick Floyd Basic Oense: Spread Basic Defense: Multiple

Dr. Steve Ballard, Chancellor

Je Compher, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Media Relations Director: Tom McClellan Oce Phone: 252/737-1274 Home Phone: 252/321-1454 Cell Phone: 252/414-0990 Fax: 252/737-4528 E-Mail: mcclellant@ecu.edu Website: www.ECUPirates.com Press Box Phone: 252/737-4697
Nick Floyd, Football Administrator Tom McClellan, SID Run McNeill

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 OLD DOMINION Sept. 5 (Thu.) Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29 (Fri.) eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Eastern and subject to change

(FCS) (FS1) (FS1) (FSN) (FS1/FSN) (FS1/FSN)

7:00p 7:30p Noon TBA TBA 3:30p TBA TBA TBA TBA Noon

eFLORIDA ATLANTIC VIRGINIA TECH eat Middle Tennessee eSOUTHERN MISS eTULSA

at North Carolina eat Tulane eat FIU

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Thursday, Aug. 1 Media Day: Saturday, Aug. 3 Fall Classes Begin: Tuesday, Aug. 20

eUAB TBA at NC State eat Marshall (CBSSN)

EAST CAROLINA
2012 RESULTS (8-5, 7-1 C-USA)
S1 APPALACHIAN STATE (FSN) S8 S15 S22 S29 O4 O13 O20 O27
Derrell Johnson

W W L W L W W L W W W L

35-13 10-48 24-14 6-27 28-18 20-40 41-7 42-35 28-56 48-28 28-23 34-43

1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-5

at (9) South Carolina (SEC Net.) L e at Southern Miss (CBSSN) at North Carolina (ESPN U) e UTEP (WITN) e at UCF (CBSSN) e MEMPHIS (CSS) e at UAB (FCS) NAVY (FCS) e HOUSTON (FSN) e at Tulane (CST) e MARSHALL (CBSSN) vs. La.-Lafayette (ESPN)

N3 N17 N23 D22

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 49/18 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost 8/3 Defensive Returning/Lost 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost 5/1 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING QB Shane Carden RB Vintavious Cooper OG Jordan Davis OT Adhem Elsawi C Taylor Hudson OG Will Simmons IWR Justin Hardy OWR Reese Wiggins DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING NT Terry Williams DE Lee Pegues OLB Derrell Johnson OLB Gabriel Woullard CB Adonis Armstrong ILB Jeremy Grove FS Damon Magazu SS Chip Thompson SPECIALISTS RETURNING DS Charlie Coggins SS C.J. Struyk K Warren Harvey P/H Trent Tignor PR Justin Hardy KEY LOSSES OWR Andrew Bodenheimer IWR Derrick Harris OT Robert Jones DE Michael Brooks ILB Daniel Drake CB Leonard Paulk KR Derrick Harris

65-59 (2ot) 8-4

HEAD COACh Ruffin McNEiLL


Alma Mater: East Carolina 80

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2010-12 East Carolina Head Coach - 19-19 (.500) 3 seasons 2008-09 Texas Tech Assistant Head Coach 2007-08 Texas Tech Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Tackles 2003-06 Texas Tech Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator 2000-02 Texas Tech Linebackers 1999 Fresno State Defensive Coordinator 1998 UNLV Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator 1997 UNLV Defensive Coordinator 1996 Miami Dolphins Summer Intern 1993-96 Appalachian State Defensive Coordinator 1992 East Carolina Defensive Line 1989-91 Appalachian State Linebackers 1988 North Alabama Linebackers 1987 Austin Peay Linebackers 1985 Clemson Graduate Assistant

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COACHING STAFF
Assoc. Head Coach/ILB John Wiley (East Texas State 84) Defensive Coordinator/DB Rick Smith (Florida State 71) Outside Linebackers Duane Price (Texas Tech 99) Defensive Line Marc Yellock (East Carolina 00) Oensive Coordinator/QB Lincoln Riley (Texas Tech 06) Inside Receivers Donnie Kirkpatrick (Lenoir-Rhyne 82) Outside Receivers Dave Nichol (Texas Tech 99) Oensive Line Brandon Jones (Texas Tech 06) Special Teams Coordinator/RB Kirk Doll (East Carolina 74) Sta Assistants Tripp Weaver/Defense (East Carolina 12) Garrett Riley (Texas Tech 12) Ryan Dougherty/Special Teams (East Carolina 06) Director of Ops/Player Personnel Brian Overton (Elizabeth City State 04) Director of HS Relations Harold Robinson (East Carolina 72)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 252/737-4568 Fax: 252/737-4646

EAST CAROLINA
NOtING tHE PIratES
East Carolina returns 16-of-22 positional starters in 2013, eight on each side of the ball. The Pirates return 76 percent of their rushing yards and 88 percent of their passing yards, 78 percent of their tackles and 81.8 percent of their turnover production. Players who accounted for 349 of ECUs 409 points (85 percent) are on the 2013 roster. Junior WR Justin Hardy has 1,763 receiving yards in just two seasons to move into third place on the ECU career chart. Hardy has caught at least one touchdown in 17-of-23 career games and scored 12 times during the 2012 season. Junior QB Shane Carden , who became the starting quarterback the third game of the 2012 season, nished with 3,116 yards and 23 touchdowns. Carden directly accounted for 31-of-45 of ECUs oensive TDs and led drives that produced all 15 FGs. He established an ECU single-game record with 439 passing yards and the third-highest completion percentage (80.9) with career-bests in completions (38) and attempts (47) against Marshall. Junior RB Vintavious Cooper, the C-USA Newcomer of the Year, reached 1,000 yards rushing on the season (1,049). He was the rst Pirate back since Dominique Lindsay in 2009 to reach the mark and the sixth ECU runner to reach the 1,000 yards since 2000.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Vintavious Cooper 200 1049 5.2 7 39 Reggie Bullock 80 387 4.8 6 25 TOTALS Passing Shane Carden Rio Johnson TOTALS Receiving Justin Hardy Andrew Bodenheimer Danny Webster TOTALS 459 1760 3.8 23 39 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 413 273 .661 10 3116 23 46 72 .639 4 435 2 319 Rec 88 36 34 319 488 .654 14 3551 25

Yds. Avg. TD Long 1,105 12.6 11 76 371 10.3 3 37 332 9.8 5 28 3551 11.1 25 76

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Warren Harvey 15-20 .750 TOTALS

Long 54

15-20 .750 54 Yards Avg. In 20 2779 42.8 14 2779 42.8 14 Long 65 65

Punting No. Trent Tignor 65 TOTALS Tackles Jeremy Grove Damon Magazu Derrel Johnson Kyle Tudor Chip Thompson TOTALS 65

Solos Ast Total 43 40 83 44 36 80 27 35 62 21 41 62 29 28 57 471 506 977

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Category East Carolina Opponents First Downs 409 411 Rushes-Yards 459-1760 467-2015 Rushing Yards/Game 135.4 155.0 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 488-319-14 475-279-10 Completion Pct. .654 .587 Passing Yards 3551 3584 Passing Yards/Game 273.2 275.7 Total O. Plays/Yds 947-5311 942-5599 Total Oense/Game 408.5 430.7 Punts-Average 65-42.8 64-40.4 Punt Returns-Yards 22-188 20-199 Kicko Returns-Yards 49-972 47-1117 Interceptions-Yards 10-88 14-89 Fumbles-Lost 15-8 15-12 Penalties-Yards 55-567 75-671 3rd Down Conversions 83-191 75-183 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .430 .409 4th Down Conversions 11-15 13-20 4th Down Conversion Percentage .730 .650 Sacks By-Yards 26-154 29-209 Avg. Time of Possession 31:12 28:48

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Chip Thompson 3 28 9.3 0 Ty Holmes 1 28 29.0 1 TOTALS 10 88 8.8 1

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EAST CAROLINA
2013 rOStEr
-- Breon Allen NO. NAME POS. RB HT. 5-8 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-5 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-7 5-11 5-10 6-7 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-1 6-2 WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 190 Jr. 200 182 181 250 186 225 263 171 228 183 308 302 215 196 218 170 200 200 297 275 191 308 217 247 313 243 317 200 240 194 186 304 225 183 284 235 300 201 196 264 277 190 217 212 250 297 204 198 190 256 225 316 220 250 294 333 224 323 208 313 South Daytona, Fla./Warner Christian/Snow Jr. 1L Norwood, N.C./South Stanly Fr. RS Midlothian, Va./Manchester Sr. 1L Clinton, Miss./Hinds CC So. HS Winston-Salem, N.C./Ledford Fr. RS Wilmington, N.C./New Hanover Jr. SQ Wendell, N.C./East Wake So. SQ Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside Fr. RS Raleigh, N.C./Leesville Road So. 1L Gastonia, N.C./Ashbrook Fr. RS Hookerton, N.C./Greene Central Sr. 2L Greenville, N.C./J.H. Rose Fr. RS Fort Mill, S.C./Nation Ford Jr. 2L Webster Groves, Mo. (Webster Groves So. 1L Wrentham, Mass./King Philip Jr. 1L Houston, Texas/Episcopal Jr. HS Raleigh, N.C,./Leesville Road Jr. 1L Albemarle, N.C,./Albemarle Sr. 1L Homerville, Ga./Southwest Mississippi CC Sr. 3L Fort Walton Beach, Fla./ Choctawhatchee Sr. 2L Smitheld, N.C./Smitheld-Selma Sr. 3L Mount Airy, N.C./Mount Airy Sr. 2L Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Campbell Fr. RS Red Springs, N.C./Red Springs Jr. 2L Belmont, N.C./South Point So. SQ Greensboro, N.C./Oak Ridge Military Jr. 2L Hillsborough, N.C./Cedar Ridge Jr. 2L Tallahassee, Fla./North Florida Christian Fr. HS Lexington, N.C./Lexington Jr. 2L Frederick, Md./Gov. Thomas Johnson So. 1L Winston-Salem, N.C./Parkland Jr. 2L Vanceboro, N.C./West Craven So. 1L Irmo, S.C./Dutch Fork Jr. 1L Greenville, N.C./J.H. Rose So. 1L Winston-Salem, N.C./Glenn So. SQ Monroe, N.C./Piedmont Sr. 3L Lexington, N.C./Lexington Jr. 2L Greenville, S.C./Mauldin So. SQ Fuquay-Varina, N.C./FuquayVarina Jr. 2L Mebane, N.C./Eastern Alamance Sr. 3L Baltimore, Md./Wyoming Seminary Sr. 3L Conyers, Ga./Heritage So. SQ Charlotte, N.C./Cheshire Academy Fr. RS Wake Forest, N.C./Rolesville So. SQ Suolk, Va./Nansemond-Suolk Academy Fr. RS North Charleston, S.C./Fort Dorchester So. 1L Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes Sr. 3L Charlotte, N.C./Providence Sr. SQ Charlotte, N.C/Providence Fr. RS Huntersville, N.C./Hough Sr. 3L Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons Fr. HS Statesville, N.C./Statesville Jr. RS Anaheim, Calif./Golden West College So. 1L Greenville, N.C./South Central Sr. 3L Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell Sr. 3L Wallace, S.C./Marlboro County Jr. SQ Wilmington, N.C/Ashley Fr. RS Washington, D.C./Calvin Coolidge Fr. RS Stantonsburg, N.C./Greene Central Sr. 1L Quincy, Fla./Northwest Miss JC Fr. RS Roanoke, Va./Patrick Henry TR 4 Detric Allen DB 39 DaShaun Amos DB 3 Adonis Armstrong DB -- Ty Anderson DL 82 DaQuan Barnes OWR 42 John Barnes-Smith RB 47 Jeton Beavers DE -- Austin Berrios IWR 44 Zeek Bigger ILB 89 Brandon Bishop OWR 72 Jimmy Booth OL 65 J.T. Boyd OL 23 Desi Brown ILB 31 Chris Cacciola IWR 5 Shane Carden QB -- Ben Codispoti WR 60 Charlie Coggins DS 21 Vintavious Cooper RB 78 Jordan Davis OL NO. NAME POS. -- Terrell Richardson DB 68 Tre Robertson OL 35 Greg Robinson DB 93 Chrishon Rose NT/DE 40 10 Brendan Rowland P Rocco Scarfone DB HT. 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-4 WT. 214 325 202 299 YR. EXP. Fr. RS So. SQ Jr. SQ Jr. 2L 6-2 164 5-11 182 5-11 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-6 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 171 342 175 189 236 266 296 183 216 190 212 179 242 180 200 213 283 193 240 240 200 322 210 193 288 217 227 HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Raleigh, N.C./Southeast Raleigh Roxboro, N.C./Person Fayetteville, N.C./Seventy-First Washington, D.C./Bishop McNamara Sr. SQ Mission Viejo, Calif./Saddleback CC So. 1L Greensboro, N.C/Northern Guilford So. HS Winston-Salem, N.C./Glenn Sr. 3L Ahoskie, N.C./Hertford County Fr. RS Statesville, N.C./South Iredell So. 1L Hemingway, S.C./Hemingway Fr. RS Wilson, N.C./Beddingeld So. 1L Southport, N.C./South Brunswick So. 1L Morehead City, N.C/West Carteret So. SQ Kings Mountain, N.C./Kings Mountain Sr. 1L Jackson, Miss./Hinds CC Fr. HS Winter Garden, Fla./West Orange Sr. 3L Hoschton, Ga./Mill Creek Fr. RS Garner, N.C./Garner Sr. 3L Augusta, Ga./Lakeside Jr. 2L Havelock, N.C./Havelock So. HS Charlotte, N.C/Myers Park Fr. HS Apex, N.C./Middle Creek So. 1L High Point, N.C./Central Sr. 2L Durham, N.C./Southern Durham Jr. 2L Rock Hill, S.C./Hargrave Military So. SQ Winston-Salem, N.C./North Davidson So. SQ Winston Salem, N.C./North Davidson Jr. 2L Loganville, Ga./Grayson Fr. HS South Plaineld, N.J./South Plaineld Fr RS Charlotte, N.C./Crest Fr. RS Woodbridge, Va./Freedom Jr. RS Blair, S.C./Yuba CC Sr. 1L Valencia, Calif./Pierce College

-- Christian Simmons DB 70 Will Simmons OL 4 Quataye Smyre IWR 83 Jabril Soloman OWR 59 Reece Speight OLB 66 Terrell Stanley DE/NT 50 C.J. Struyk DS/OL 81 Cedric Thompson IWR 1 Chip Thompson DB -- Lucas Thompson DB 38 Trent Tignor H/P 12 Connor Torruella PK 20 Kyle Tudor ILB 33 Danny Webster IWR -- Jonathon Weymann QB -- Cameron White ILB 94 Johnathon White DE 15 Reese Wiggins OWR 24 Brandon Williams ILB 80 Bryce Williams OWR -- Shawn Williams PK

5 Justin Dixon DE 35 Michael Dobson DB 57 Adhem Elsawi OL 43 Drayvon Fairley ILB 48 Maurice Falls OLB 91 Will Foxx NT 45 Jake Geary OLB 73 Drew Gentry OL -- 53 Marquez Grayson Jeremy Grove RB ILB

54 Terry Williams NT -- Colin Wilson OLB Demonte Wilson OWR 94 Gary Wortham DE 89 John Worthy OWR 42 Gabe Woullard OLB

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22 Chris Hairston RB 2 Justin Hardy IWR 69 Ike Harris OL 14 Warren Harvey PK 37 Josh Hawkins DB 76 Stewart Hinson OL 49 Ty Holmes ILB 74 Taylor Hudson OL -- Cory Hunter RB 7 Lamar Ivey DB 56 Derrell Johnson OLB

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. HT. Breon Allen RB 5-8 *Randall Anderson DL 6-4 Malcolm Ashley DL Demage Bailey DL *Kurt Benkert QB DaShawn Benton DB Trevon Brown WR Devaris Brunson LB A.J. Coplon DB Kirk Donaldson LB Darren Dowdell TE Davon Grayson WR Marquez Grayson RB Patrick Green LB Isaiah Jones WR Terrell Lane RB Christian Matau OL Demetri McGill DL *Tristan Mumford LB Mike Myers DL Travis Phillips DB Travon Simmons DB *Brandon Smith OL Xavier Smith DB Lucas Thompson DB Marquis Wallace OL Larry Williams OL * denotes midyear signees 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-8 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-4 WT. YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 190 Jr. South Daytona, Fla./Warner Christian/Snow 245 Fr. New Castle, Del./William Penn/Fork Union 260 Fr. Havelock, N.C./Havelock 250 Fr. Clayton, N.C./Clayton 205 Fr. Cape Coral, Fla./Island Coast 175 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Grady 190 Fr. Wilmington, N.C./New Hanover 210 Fr. Lake City, S.C./Lake City 175 Fr. Havelock, N.C./Havelock 250 Fr. Charlotte, N.C./Vance 225 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Grady 175 Fr. Suolk, Va./Kings Fork 200 Fr. Lexington, N.C./Lexington 200 Fr. Winston-Salem, N.C./North Forsyth 170 Fr. Austin, Texas/Stephen F. Austin 225 Jr. Norton, Kan./Norton/Hutchinson CC 315 Fr. New Bern, N.C./New Bern 300 Fr. Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes 225 Fr. Statesville, N.C./Statesville 285 Fr. Goose Creek, S.C./Goose Creek 175 Fr. Montpelier, Va./Patrick Henry 170 Fr. Powder Springs, Ga./Hillgrove 330 Fr. Kernersville, N.C./East Forsyth 190 Fr. Raleigh, N.C./Wakeeld 190 Fr. Winter Garden, Fla./West Orange 305 Jr. Henrico, Va./Varina/Lackawanna College 290 Fr. Wilmington, N.C./Laney

84 Justin Jones TE/IWR 6-8 13 Cody Keith QB 6-3 -- Keith Lee DS 5-10 31 Domonique Lennon DB 6-2 14 Ethan Long QB 6-4 6-5 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-6

75 Chaz Lowery OL/TE 11 Damon Magazu DB 33 Doug Mayo-Tapp DB 22 Nate Mays DB 98 Matt Milner DE -- Tristan Mumford LB 64 Keifer Neal OL 51 Montese Overton OLB 87 Zico Pasut RB/TE 58 Lee Pegues DE 77 Jonathan Powers OL 41 Dayon Pratt OLB 99 Frederick Presley NT/DE 3 79 Lance Ray OWR Ryan Revia OL

FIU
Ron Turner HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Pacic 77

FIU

QUICK FACTS
Location:

Record at FIU: 0-0 (.000) First Season Career Record: 42-61 (.408) Ninth Season Hometown: Martinez, Calif. Birthdate: December 5, 1953

Miami, Fla. 1965/1972 50,000

Founded/Opened: Enrollment: Nickname:

Panthers
Colors:

Blue and Gold


Stadium:

Alfonso Field at FIU Stadium (20,000)


President:

Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg

Exec. Director Sports & Entertainment: Football Administrator: Pete Garcia Basic Oense: Pro Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3

Pete Garcia

Dr. Mark B. Rosenberg, President

Pete Garcia, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Director/Football SID Joe Hornstein Oce Phone 305-348-6666 Cell Phone 305-496-2711 Media Relations Oce Fax 305-348-2963 Oce E-Mail jhornste@u.edu Website www.FIUSports.com Press Box Phone 305-348-1898
Pete Garcia Football Administrator Joe Hornstein, SID Ron Turner

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 6 (Fri.) Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29 (Fri.) eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Eastern and subject to change

at Maryland UCF

(ACC Net) (CBSSN)

12:30p 8:00p 6:00p Noon TBA 6:00p TBA TBA 4:00p TBA TBA 3:00p

BETHUNE-COOKMAN at Louisville eat Southern Miss eUAB (CSS) (CSS)

kEY DatEs

eLOUISIANA TECH eEAST CAROLINA eat Middle Tennessee eMARSHALL eat Florida Atlantic (FCS) (FS1/FSN) (FS1) eat UTEP

Players Report: Sunday, August 5 Media/Fan Day: TBA Fall Classes Begin: Monday, Aug. 27

FIU
2012 RESULTS (3-9, 2-6 SUN BELt)
S1 at Duke L 26-46 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 2-8 3-8 3-9 S8 AKRON S15 S22 S29 at UCF No. 18 LOUISVILLE at Louisiana W (OT) 41-38 L L L L L L 20-33 21-28 20-48 20-34 30-34 37-38

O4 ARKANSAS STATE O13 O20


Kedrick Rhodes

MIDDLE TENNESSEE at Troy

O27 WKU N3 N16 at South Alabama at FAU ULM

L 6-14 W W L (OT) 28-20 34-24 17-23

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 45/28 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 3/8 Defensive Returning/Lost: 3/8 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 1/3 OffENsIvE STArTErs RETurNINg QB Jake Medlock RB Kedrick Rhodes WR Willis Wright DEfENsIvE STArTErs RETurNINg DE Greg Hickman CB Richard Leonard CB Sam Miller SPEcIAlIsTs RETurNINg RS Richard Leonard KEy LossEs OT Caylin Hauptmann OG David Istanich C Shae Smith OT Rupert Bryan, Jr. WR Wayne Times WR Jacob Younger DE Tourek Williams DT Andre Pound DT Joshua Forney LB Winston Fraser LB Jordan Hunt SS Johnathan Cyprien FS Chuck Grace CB Jose Cheeseborough P Josh Brisk K Jack Grin

N24

HEaD Coach ron turnEr


Alma Mater: Pacic 77

COACHING EXPERIENCE

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2013 FIU, Head Coach 0-0 (.000) First Season 2012 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Quarterbacks 2011 Indianapolis Colts, Quarterbacks 2011 Indianapolis Colts, Wide Receivers 2005-09 Chicago Bears, Oensive Coordinator 1997-04 Illinois, Head Coach 1993-96 Chicago Bears, Oensive Coordinator 1992 San Jose State, Head Coach 1989-91 Stanford, Quarterbacks 1988 Texas A&M, Quarterbacks 1987 USC, Wide Receivers 1986 USC, Oensive Coordinator 1985 USC, Quarterbacks 1983-84 Pittsburgh, Quarterbacks 1981-82 Northwestern, Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers 1980 Arizona, Running Backs 1978-79 Arizona, Wide Receivers 1977 Pacic, Graduate Assistant Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line Andre Patterson (Montana, 83) Defensive Coordinator Josh Conklin (South Dakota State, 03) Defensive Secondary Jason Brooks (Middle Tennessee, 06) Running Backs Andrew Hayes-Stoker (TCU, 01) Tight Ends/Tackles Kort Shankweiler (East Carolina, 06) O. Line/Run-Game Coordinator Steve Shankweiler (Davidson, 74) Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers Cameron Turner (The Citadel, 10) Linebackers Tom Williams (Stanford, 92) Special Teams Kevin Wolthausen (Humboldt State, 81) Graduate Assistant Matt Garris (FIU, 10) Graduate Assistant Michael Heistand (Illinois State, 12) Graduate Assistant Josh Beekman (Boston College, 06) Graduate Assistant Pete Collins (Mary Washington, 07) Head Football Athletic Trainer David Ahouse (Cornell, 98) Asst. Strength & Conditioning Thomas Carroll (Miami, Fla. 05) Asst. Dir.of Football Operations Brian McLaughlin (Cincinnati, 12) Dir. of Strength & Conditioning Chad Smith (UT-Chattanooga, 06) Asst. Football Athletic Trainer John Steele (Lasell, 05)

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NOtING tHE PaNtHErS
Ron Turner was named FIU head football coach Jan. 4, 2013, bringing with him experience coaching at the collegiate and NFL levels during a career that has now spanned more than ve decades. Turner, who enters his 37th season coaching in 2013, has spent 24 seasons at the collegiate level with nine of those seasons as a head coach with Illinois and San Jose State. In his college seasons, he has led or been an assistant for programs that went to eight bowl games and produced numerous All-Americans and NFL draft picks. The 2012 roster featured 52 student-athletes who had a combined 759 career starts (includes 76 appearances from the kicker and punter). Of those 52 student-athletes, 27 (or 52 percent) are listed on the 2013 fall roster. Those 27 student-athletes have a combined 175 starts (or 23 percent). FIU lost 25 student-athletes with a combined 584 career starts (or 77 percent). Eighty-three percent of FIUs fall roster (82-of-99 players) comes from the state of Florida. Twentyfour Florida counties are represented from the panhandle, to the rst coast and all along the way through the local Tri-County area. Forty two percent of FIUs roster (42-of-99 players) comes from the Tri-County (Miami-Dade 27, Broward 5 and Palm Beach 10) area.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Kedrick Rhodes 167 714 4.3 4 38 Darian Mallary 104 463 4.5 9 59 TOTALS Passing Jake Medlock E.J. Hilliard TOTALS Receiving Wayne Times Willis Wright Jacob Younger TOTALS 489 1744 3.6 20 59 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 152 263 .578 2 2127 13 65 94 .691 3 654 4 219 Rec 66 25 25 219 369 .593 6 2861 17

Yds. Avg. TD Long 602 9.1 2 22 633 25.3 5 67 404 16.2 3 46 2861 13.1 Long 45 17 67

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Jack Grin 9-16 .562 TOTALS

9-16 .562 45 Yards Avg. In 20 1880 40.0 12 2636 39.9 16 Long 57 57

Punting No. Josh Brisk 47 TOTALS Tackles Johnathan Cyprien Winston Fraser Jordan Hunt Sam Miller Chuck Grace TOTALS 66

Solos Ast Total 54 39 93 48 31 79 44 30 74 38 24 62 38 20 58 486 309 795

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2012 tEaM StatIStICS


Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

FIU Opponents 300 380 489-1744 428-1690 145.3 140.8 369-219-6 437-265-10 .593 .606 2861 3145 238.4 262.1 858-4605 865-4835 383.8 402.9 66-39.9 68-40.5 25-201 25-258 59-1438 30-617 10-81 6-36 29-16 20-8 91-769 76-659 66-175 74-181 .382 .408 11-24 7-14 .460 .500 23-168 37-219 29:46 30:14

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Johnathan Cyprien 4 32 8.0 0 Chuck Grace 2 33 16.5 0 TOTALS 10 81 8.1 0

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40 Chris Ayers 23 Richard Burrows 36 Lamarq Caldwell NO. NAME POS. P WR RB HT. 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-6 6-2 6-8 6-1 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-10 WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 170 R-Fr. RS Hollywood, Fla./South Broward 195 R-So. RS Palm Bay, Fla./Bayside 220 So. 1L Tampa, Fla./Tampa Bay Technical 200 So. 1L Riviera Beach, Fla./Suncoast 270 R-Fr. RS New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker 200 Sr. 3L New Orleans, La./West Jeerson 200 R-So. 1L Green Cove Springs, Fla./Clay 240 R-Sr. SQ Palm Beach Gardens, Fla./Palm Beach Gardens/WVU Tech 275 Sr. 3L Carrollton, Texas/Hebron 205 R-Fr. RS Tampa, Fla./Alonso 250 R-Sr. 1L North Miami, Fla./North Miami 305 R-Jr. 2L Hollywood, Fla./Sheridan Hills Christian 310 So. 1L New Orleans, La./Edna Karr 295 Sr. 3L Slidell, La./Salmen 250 R-Fr. RS Miami, Fla./Belen Jesuit 225 R-So. 1L Stone Mountain, Ga./Redan 250 Jr. 2L Upper Marlboro, Md./Wise 185 R-Jr. 1L Miami, Fla./La Salle 230 R-Fr. RS Haines City, Fla./Haines City 175 R-Jr. TR Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus/LSU 230 R-So. 1L Starke, Fla./Bradford 190 R-Jr. 2L Boca Raton, Fla./Boca Raton 180 R-So. SQ Fort Pierce, Fla./Westwood 280 Sr. 3L Tampa, Fla./Tampa Bay Technical 265 So. 1L Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern 265 R-So. RS Vero Beach, Fla./Vero Beach 210 So. 1L New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker 200 So. 1L Miami, Fla./Miami Jackson 205 So. 1L Port Saint Lucie, Fla./Treasure Coast 210 R-Fr. RS Tampa, Fla./Jeerson 200 R-Sr. 2L Miami Springs, Fla./Miami Springs 260 R.-Fr. RS Orlando, Fla./Freedom 315 R-Jr. RS Spring Valley, Calif./Steele Canyon/Grossmont CC 280 R-Fr. RS Clearwater, Fla./Central Catholic 255 R-So. 1L Vero Beach, Fla./Vero Beach 250 R-Jr. 2L Tallahassee, Fla./Godby 170 Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./Miami Killian 200 R-Jr. TR Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic/ Ohio State 235 R-Fr. SQ Miami, Fla. / Miami Christopher Columbus 185 R-So. 1L Panama City, Fla./Bay 175 So. 1L Miami, Fla./Miami Southridge 220 R-Jr. 2L Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher 180 Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./La Salle 290 R-Jr. SQ Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus 290 R-So. 1L Orlando, Fla./Freedom 210 R-Fr. RS Palatka, Fla./Palatka 245 R-So. 1L Mobile, Ala./Davidson 205 R-Jr. 1L Bradenton, Fla./Bradenton Southeast/Highland CC 200 R-So. 1L Ruskin, Fla./Lennard 200 Sr. 3L Ocala, Fla./Trinity Catholic 310 R-Fr. SQ Miami, Fla./Coral Gables NO. NAME POS. 48 Luis Rosado LB 22 Markeith Russell LB 82 Dominique Rhymes 73 WR HT. 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-2 35 Davison Colimon LB 94 Marques Cheeks DT 10 Glenn Coleman WR RB LB Trenton Saunders OG WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 220 R-So. 1L Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville 220 R-Sr. 3L North Miami Beach, Fla./North Miami Beach 210 R-So. 1L Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern 275 R-Fr. RS North Palm Beach, Fla./ Benjamin School 230 R-Sr. 1L Chipley, Fla./Chipley/Air Force 285 R-Jr. 1L Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern 310 R-Fr. RS Wellington, Fla./Palm Beach Central 170 R-Fr. RS Miami, Fla./Belen Jesuit 220 R-So. 1L Slidell, La./Northshore 175 R-So. SQ Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern 290 R-Jr. TR Miami Beach, Fla./Miami Beach/Navarro Coll. 190 R-Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./Archbishop Carroll 170 R-Sr. 2L Ocoee, Fla./Ocoee 225 R-Jr. SQ Hollywood, Fla./Hollywood Hills 235 So. 1L Valdosta, Ga./Valdosta 290 R-Fr. RS New Orleans, La./Edna Karr 280 R-Sr. TR Orange Park, Fla./Fleming Island/Miami 310 R-Jr. 2L Williston, Fla./Williston 200 R-Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./Miami Central 190 R-Fr. RS Daytona Beach, Fla./Mainland 205 R-Jr. 3 Dade City, Fla./Pasco 200 Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./Miami Springs

33 Zach Schaubhut TE 59 Donald Senat C 75 Edens Sineace OT 56 Sergio Sroka 51 Brandon Taylor 5 Clinton Taylor K LS WR

20 Shane Coleman 37 Darrious Cook

92 Paul Crawford DE 36 Jordan Davis S 49 Junior Delpe TE 50 David Delsoin OT 44 Darrian Dyson DT 99 Isame Faciane DT 85 Ricky Fernandez TE 11 Akil Dan-Fodio QB 9 Giovani Francois DE 47 Sam Gervais CB 24 Josh Glanton LB 21 Jakhari Gore RB

71 Delmar Taylor OG 23 Terrance Taylor 89 Rockey Vann 42 Caleb Vincent SS WR LB

55 Michael Wakeeld DE 6-2 98 Leonard Washington DT 6-0 84 Cory White TE 6-6 77 Jordan White OG 81 Jairus Williams WR 28 Deonte Wilson CB 26 Mitch Wozniak SS 1 Willis Wright WR 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-1

80 Yakeem Griner TE 6-4 32 Justin Halley FS 6-1 46 DeShawn Hazziez LB 6-2 8 Greg Hickman DT 6-2 13 E.J. Hilliard QB 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-9 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-5

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91 Cody Horstman DT 86 Raymond Jackson WR 83 DeAndre Jasper 13 Patrick Jean WR LB

16 Adrian Jenkins SS 25 Derrick Jones, Jr. CB 78 Dieugot Joseph OT 76 Yousif Khoury OT 63 74 41 3 18 37 17 31 12 39 64 Ian Koch OG Lars Koht DE Jericco Lee DT Richard Leonard CB James Louis WR Jorge Lorenzo FB

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. HT. Jordan Budwig OL 6-4 James Cruise OL 6-5 Jeremy Derrick LB Karson Dietric K/P Chris Flaig OL Jordan Gibbs LB Jordan Guest LB Xavier Hines DB Cody Hodgens K/P Jake Lutzen QB Eric Moate RB Wilkenson Myrtil DB Shug Oyegunle WR Israel Paopao QB Jonathan Pavlov TE Byron Pinkston C Alfonso Randolph RB Jonnu Smith TE Silas Spearman III RB Austin Taylor K/P Tim Thomas OL Vontarius West DB Treyvon Williams LB Travis Wright QB 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-6 6-0 5-11 6-1 WT. YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 330 Fr. Ft. Lauderdale/University School 275 Fr. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. /Palm Beach Gardens 180 Fr. Hallandale Beach, Fla./Hallandale 160 Fr. Vero Beach, Fla./Vero Beach 305 Fr. Vero Beach, Fla./Vero Beach 220 Fr. Miami, Fla./Miami Killian 195 Fr. Miami, Fla./Miami Christopher Columbus 175 Fr. Miami, Fla./Belen Jesuit 165 Fr. Tampa, Fla./Robinson 220 Fr. Boynton Beach, Fla./Boynton Beach 180 Fr. Tampa, Fla./Spoto 185 Fr. Orlando, Fla./Jones 175 Fr. Tampa, Fla./Gaither 240 Fr. Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside 225 Fr. North Palm Beach, Fla./Benjamin School 300 Jr. Hamden, Conn./Hamden/Dean College 185 Fr. Ocala, Fla./West Port 210 Fr. Ocala, Fla./West Port 195 Fr. Loxahatchee, Fla./Seminole Ridge 165 Fr. Punta Gorda, Fla./Charlotte 315 Fr. Crowley, Texas/Crowley 185 Fr. Bartow, Fla./Bartow 230 Fr. Miami, Fla./Miami Norland 180 Fr. Louisville, Ky./Trinity

T.J. Lowder WR Jeremiah McKinnon CB Jake Medlock QB Sam Miller CB Michael Montero C

70 Aaron Nielsen OT 47 Leroy Owens LB 11 Denzell Perine DE 14 Demarkus Perkins SS 15 9 67 Fred Porter WR Kedrick Rhodes RB Julian Rodriguez OT

FLORIDA ATLANTIc
Carl Pelini HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Youngstown State 89

FLORIDA ATLANTIC

QUICK FACTS

Record at FAU: 3-9 (.250) Second Season Career Record: 3-9 (.250) Second Season Hometown: Youngstown, Ohio Birthdate: July 15, 1965

Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Founded: 1961 Enrollment: 30,000 Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Red Stadium: FAU Stadium (29,419) Interim President: Dennis Crudele Athletics Director Pat Chun Football Administrator: Melissa Dawson Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple

Dennis Crudele, Interim President

Pat Chun, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Football SID Katrina McCormack Oce Phone 561-297-3163 Cell Phone 561-251-5588 Fax 561-297-3963 E-mail kmccormi@fau.edu Website www.FAUsports.com Press Box Phone 561/251-5588
Melissa Dawson, Football Administrator Katrina McCormack, SID Carl Pelini

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 30 (Fri.) Sept. 5 (Thu.) Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 29 (Fri.) eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Eastern and subject to change

at Miami (Fla.) eat East Carolina at South Florida eMIDDLE TENNESSEE

(ESPNU) (FS1) (ESPN 3) (CSS)

8:00p 7:30p 7:00p Noon TBA TBA 5:00p TBA TBA TBA 3:00p

eat Rice eat UAB eMARSHALL at Auburn eat Southern Miss eFIU (FCS) (TBD) (CSS) (FS1)

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Thursday, August 1 Media/Fan Day: TBD Fall Classes Begin: Saturday, August 24

eTULANE TBA NEW MEXICO STATE

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Adarius Glanton

2012 RESULTS (3-9, 2-6 SUN BELt)


A31 WAGNER S8 S15 S22 S29 O13 O20 at Middle Tennessee at Georgia at Alabama NORTH TEXAS at Louisiana-Monroe at South Alabama W 7-3 L L L L L L 17-31 20-56 7-40 14-20 14-35 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5

34-37 (2ot) 1-6 2-6 2-7 3-7 3-8 3-9

O27 TROY N3 N10 at Navy at Western Kentucky

W 34-27 L W 17-24 37-28

N16 FIU

L 25-35 L 21-35

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 53/17 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 7/4 Defensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 3/2 OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING WR William Dukes WR Daniel McKinney WR Jenson Stoshak C Mustafa Johnson LT DeAndre Williams TE Nexon Dorvilus RB Jonathan Wallace DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING DE Martin Wright DT Brandin Bryant DT Trevon Coley DE Cory Henry LB Adarius Glanton LB Andrae Kirk N Crevon LeBlanc FS Damian Parms CB Keith Reaser CB Christian Milstead SPECIALISTS RETURNING P Sean Kelly K Mitch Anderson KEY LOSSES QB Graham Wilbert WR Byron Hankerson LG Andrew Czuprynski RG Ricaldo Henry RT Joe Bailey LB David Hinds SS Brent Harstad

D1 LOUISIANA-MONROE

HEaD Coach CarL PELini


Alma Mater: Youngstown State 89

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2012 Florida Atlantic, Head Coach 3-9 (.250) 1 season 2011 Nebraska, Defensive Coordinator 2008-10 Nebraska, Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator and Line Coach 2005-07 Ohio, Assistant Coach/Defensive Line 2004 Minnesota State, Assistant Coach Defensive Coordinator/Line 2003 Nebraska, Graduate Assistant (defense) 2000-02 Austintown Fitch H.S. (Ohio), Head Coach 1995-99 Winnetonka H.S. (Kansas), Head Coach/Athletics Director 1993-94 Blue Valley H.S.(Kansas), Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator 1991 Kansas State, Restricted Earnings Coach (defense) 1989-89 Kansas State, Graduate Assistant (defense) 1987-88 Cardinal Mooney H.S. (Ohio), Assistant Coach Defensive Coordinator Pete Rekstis (Youngstown State, 91) Oensive Coor./QB Brian Wright (Wooster, 94) Recruiting Coor./WR Je Sims (Bakerseld College, 92) Defensive Line/Special Teams Coor. Matt Edwards (Miami (OH), 02) Tight Ends Jared Allen (FAU, 04) Linebackers Jovan DeWitt (Northern Michigan, 99) Running Backs Kerry Dixon II (Hampton, 04) Oensive Line Luke Meadows (South Dakota State, 99) Defensive Backs Ross Watson (Mount Union, 06) Defensive GA Jesse Rack (SUNY-Bualo, 11) Oensive GA Jimmy Rogers (South Dakota State, 10) Oensive GA A.J. Hopp (Slippery Rock, 12)

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Phone: 561-297-1094 Fax: 561-297-3963

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Carl Pelini begins his second season as head coach at Florida Atlantic. His initial campaign in Boca Raton, Fla., saw the team improve its national ranking by more than 20 spots in scoring defense, turnover margin (+35) and sacks allowed. The team also saw a dramatic improvement in penalty yards per game, improving from No. 117 in 2011 (68.17) to No. 64 (51.15) last season. The Owls return 53 letterwinners and 19 starters from last years team. The oense brings back seven starters, while the defense has eight returnees and three starters are back on the special teams unit. Sophomore WR William Dukes earned second-team all-conference honors last season and was named the teams oensive MVP. He was the wire-to-wire leader among the teams receivers, nishing the season with 63 receptions for 979 yards and four touchdowns. Highlighting Dukes season was a 204yard performance against Louisiana-Lafayette. Junior LB Andre Kirk has started the majority of his rst two seasons at Florida Atlantic and will be looked to as a defensive leader this fall. He nished fourth on the team in tackles last year with 70 and added four tackles for loss and a fumble recovery.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long J. Wallace 175 673 3.8 6 46 Damian Fortner 90 323 3.6 3 43 TOTALS Passing Graham Wilbert Stephen Curtis TOTALS Receiving William Dukes Daniel McKinney Nexon Dorvilus TOTALS 410 1377 3.4 12 46 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 261 405 .644 6 2819 18 4 10 .400 0 37 0 265 Rec 63 48 30 265 416 .637 6 2856 18

Yds. Avg. TD Long 979 15.5 4 75 497 10.4 2 42 301 10.0 5 38 2856 10.8 Long 53 18 75

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Mitch Anderson 7-14 .500 TOTALS

8-17 .471 53 Yards Avg. In 20 2711 39.9 16 2711 39.9 16 Long 68 68

Punting No. Sean Kelly 68 TOTALS Tackles Brentley Harstad David Hinds Adarius Glanton Andrae Kirk Jeremy McKnight TOTALS 68

Solos Ast Total 61 42 103 39 41 80 39 36 75 24 46 70 26 24 50 453 378 831

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Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

FAU Opponents 246 370 410-2856 504-2460 114.8 205.0 416-265-6 286-158-8 .637 .552 2856 2458 238.0 204.8 826-4233 790-4918 352.8 409.8 68-39.9 57-39.6 22-143 34-274 41-787 34-786 8-102 6-65 21-13 20-9 77-616 63-530 3rd 77-185 57-152 .416 .375 8-22 10-13 .364 .435 12-88 28-138 30:26 29:54

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Adarius Glanton 2 44 22.0 1 Keith Reaser 2 13 6.5 0 TOTALS 8 102 12.8 1

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2013 rOStEr
42 41 54 NO. NAME POS. Mitch Anderson K Josh Ballesteros LB Shane Blair DL HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 5-11 186 Sr. 1L Orange City, Fla./Austin College 6-2 210 So. 1L Miami, Fla./Miami Central 6-1 305 So. 1L Myakka City, Fla./Lakewood Ranch 49 Andrew Bolognese S 6-2 195 Sr. 3L Cocoa, Fla./Space Coast 2 Brandin Bryant DL 6-2 260 So. TR Omaha, Neb./Fort Scott CC 40 Paul Cecere LB 6-1 210 Fr. RS Fort Myers, Fla./Bishop Verot 71 Christopher Chappell OT 6-9 320 Sr. 3L Callahan, Fla./West Nassau 11 Trevon Coley DL 6-2 225 SO. 1L Miramar, Fla./Miramar 17 Michael Copeland LB 6-1 225 Jr. 2L Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes 52 Arthur Crouse OL 6-6 250 Fr. RS West Palm Beach, Fla./ American Heritage 35 Marcus Cunningham WR 6-0 175 Jr. 2L Lakeland, Fla./Kathleen 10 Stephen Curtis QB/P 6-3 225 Jr. 2L South Sumter, S.C./Sumter 65 Vinny Davino OL 6-5 260 So. 1L Sarasota, Fla./Booker 66 Dillon DeBoer OL 6-5 245 Fr. RS Tarpon Springs, Fla./East Lake 84 Alex Deleon TE 6-4 210 Jr. 2L Belleview, Fla./Belleview 9 Nexon Dorvilus TE 6-4 230 Sr. 3L Miami, Fla/North Miami Senior 19 William Dukes WR 6-4 190 Jr. 2L Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Dillard 56 Isaac Edwards OL 6-4 280 Fr. RS Tampa, Fla./Jesuit 59 Robinson Eugene DE 6-5 263 So. SQ Miami, Fla./North Miami Senior 76 Mohammad Farah OL 6-2 290 So. 1L Estero, Fla./Estero 49 Jop Fischer K/P - - So. - 22 Damian Fortner RB 5-10 200 Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./Everglades 30 Jeremy Gaskins RB 5-10 190 So. 1L Deereld Beach, Fla./American Heritage 32 Jarvis Giles LB 6-1 218 Jr. 2L Port Lucie, Fla./St. Lucie West Centennial 7 Melvin German III QB 6-2 210 Sr. 1L Fort Myers, Fla./Pearl River CC 82 Chris Gilchrist WR 6-5 190 Fr. RS Los Angeles, Calif./Charter Oak 4 Adarius Glanton LB 6-1 215 Sr. 1L Lakeland, Fla.Eastern Arizona CC 28 Jeremy Glinton WR 6-1 180 So. 1L Tamarac, Fla./Northeast 36 Anthony Hamilton DB 5-9 172 Fr. RS Miramar, Fla./Miramar 47 Mason Hamilton LB 6-0 200 Sr. 3L Lighthouse Point, Fla./ Pompano Beach 41 Michael Harrop TE 6-3 205 Sr. 1L Port St. Lucie, Fla./Bethel CC 38 Timothy Haynes CB 5-11 190 Jr. 2L Lake Worth, Fla./Park Vista 31 Cory Henry DL 6-3 238 Sr. 3L Opalocka, Fla./Coral City 92 Joe Henry DE 6-3 230 Jr. 2L Miramar, Fla./Everglades 80 Darion Howard TE 6-3 260 Sr. 1L Waverly, Iowa/Univ. of Northern Iowa 86 Hakeeme Ishmar WR 6-2 200 Jr. 2L Dade City, Fla./Pasco 40 Chris Jackson FB 6-1 230 Sr. 3L Panama City, Fla./Arnold 5 Martese Jackson RB 5-6 165 Sr. 1L Asheville, N.C./Fort Scott CC 55 Karl James OL 6-1 285 Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./Miami Sunset 58 Mustafa Johnson OL 6-3 295 Jr. TR Corona, Calif./Riverside CC 15 Randell Johnson LB 6-4 230 Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./North Miami Senior 16 Sean Kelly K/P 5-10 186 So. 1l Oakland, Fla./West Orange 45 Andrae Kirk LB 6-2 225 Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./Miami Central 7 Crevon LeBlanc DB 5-11 175 So. 1L Belle Glade, Fla/Glades Central 20 Robert Lohnes WR 5-6 140 So. 1L Tampa, Fla./Freedom 37 David Lozandier S 6-0 210 Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./North Miami Senior 73 Mike Marsaille OL 6-5 300 So. SQ Fort Pierce, Fla./Fort Pierce Central 46 Alec Maughan - - - - 15 Jay McCants WR 6-4 215 So. TR Cincinnati, Ohio/Indiana 8 Daniel McKinney WR 6-0 205 Sr. 1L Detroit, Mich./City College San Francisco) 26 Jeremy McKnight S 5-10 180 Sr. 1L Round Rock, Texas/Navarro Junior College 18 Christian Milstead DB 5-10 170 Sr. 3L Woodbine, Ga./Camden County 61 Eric Minemyer OL 6-4 250 Jr. 2L Hastings, Pa./Bishop Carroll 89 Derek Moise WR 6-2 185 So. 1L Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washington 21 Tony Moore RB 5-11 220 Jr. 2L Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln 29 Sharrod Neasman DB 6-0 190 So. 1L Palmetto, Fla./Braden River 90 Shalom Ogbonda DE 6-4 245 Fr. RS Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner 13 Josh Orsino S 6-1 190 Fr. RS Fort Lauderdale, Fla./ Westminster Academy 17 Damian Parms S 6-2 195 Jr. 2l Miami, Fla./Monsignor Pace NO. NAME POS. 78 Johnathon Ragoo OL 3 Keith Reaser DB 14 Daniel Rhoden TE 2 DeAndre Richardson WR 67 Dalton Schomp P/K 95 Kayvon Sherrill DL 38 Joey Silvani P/K 21 DJoun Smith DB 88 Jenson Stoshak WR 72 Kenson St. Piere DL HT. 6-7 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-5 5-10 5-10 6-5 6-1 WT. 342 190 228 180 190 279 180 175 176 312 185 260 185 176 335 210 225 240 200 290 250 YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./Monsignor Pace Sr. 3L Miami, Fla./Miami Killian So. 1L Hialeah, Fla./Dade Christian Sr. 2L Panama City, Fla/Bay So. SQ Seminole, Fla./Seminole Sr. 1L Atlanta, Ga./Hutchinson CC So. 1L Pompano, Fla./Coral Springs Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./American So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla./University Christian Sr. 3L Boynton Beach, Fla./ Santaluces Sr. 3L Cocoa, Fla./Cocoa Sr. 2L Sanford, N.C./Lee County Jr. 2L Homestead, Fla./Homestead So. 1L Miami Gardens, Fla./Norland Sr. 1L Amsterdam, Netherlands/ Eastern Arizona CC Sr. 1L Lauderhill, Fla./Ellsworth Community College Jr. 2L Arcadia, Fla./DeSoto Fr. RS Monticello, Fla./Jeerson So. 1L Fort Pierce, Fla./Fort Pierce Central Sr. 2L Orlando, Fla./Oak Ridge Sr. 2L Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washington

23 Winfred Strickland DB 94 Andrew Stryeler DE 33 Shaheem Sutherland S 30 Tony Thomas WR 74 Stern Vile OL 27 Jonathan Wallace RB

23 Antonio Washington RB 6-2 91 Denzel Whiteld OL/DL 6-5 34 Freedom Whiteld LB 6-2 63 DeAndre Williams OL 5 Martin Wright DE 6-5 6-4

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2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. HT. 57 Jace Banfell OL 6-3 70 Austin Bland OL 6-3 87 Dustin Bowens TE 6 Reggie Brown CB 96 Lance Burlingame DT 99 Derek Butcher DL 20 Marcus Clark CB 48 Andrew Curtis LB 44 6 92 19 12 Jeremy Faulk OL Greg Hankerson QB Tyler Henderson S Trey Hendrickson DE Jaquez Johnson So. 6-5 5-11 6-4 6-4 5-8 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-3 WT. YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 289 Fr. Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic 265 Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas 235 Fr. Palm Coast, Fla./Flagler 170 Fr. Tampa, Fla./Tampa Jesuit 280 Fr. Franklin, Mass./New Bedford/Dean JC 295 So. Delano, Minn./Delano Senior/North Dakota State 185 Fr. Tallahassee, Fla./North Florida Christian 220 Fr. Paradise Valley, Ariz./Brophy College Prep 267 Fr. Palatka, Fla./Palatka 172 Fr. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Boyd Anderson 195 Fr. Crestview, Fla./Crestvie 222 Fr. Apopka, Fla./Apopka 225 So. Starkville, Miss./Starkville/East Mississippi CC 185 Fr. Port St. Lucie, Fla./Port St. Lucie 295 Jr. Sonoma, Calif./Sonoma Valley/CC San Francisco 195 Jr. Bayville, N.Y./Locust Valley/Nassau CC 190 Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Taravella 175 Fr. St. Augustine, Fla./St. Augustine 220 Fr. Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy College Prep 165 Fr. Panama City, Fla./Chamberlain 250 Fr. Miami, Fla./Coral Reef 165 Fr. Tallahassee, Fla./Godby 195 Fr. Navarre, Fla./Navarre 163 Jr. Manassas, Va./Osbourn/Dean College 182 Fr. Jacksonville, Fla./Duncan Fletcher

3 DJ Juste QB 75 Branden Lyons OL 8 22 43 28 53 24 25 1 81 Marc Mauro S Robert Miller DB Bobby Mitchell ATH Robert Relf LB Ronnie Scott CB Jakobi Smith OL Lester Thomas DB Jay Warren RB Lucky Whitehead WR Kalib Woods WR

LOUISIANA TecH
Skip Holtz HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Notre Dame 88

LOUSIANA TECH

QUICK FACTS

Record at LA Tech: 0-0 (.000) First Season Career Record: 88-71 (.553) 14th Season Hometown: Willimantic, Conn. Birthdate: March 12, 1964

Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1984 Enrollment: 11,360 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and Red Stadium: Joe Aillet Stadium (30,600) President: Dr. Les Guice Athletics Director: TBA Football Administrator: TBA Basic Oense: Spread Basic Defense: Multiple

Dr. Les Guice, President

Patrick T. Walsh, SID

SPORTS INFORMATION
Associate SID/Football SID Patrick Walsh Oce Phone 318-257-5305 Cell Phone 318-514-9203 E-Mail pwalsh@latech.edu Website www.LATechSports.com Press Box Phone 318-257-3144
Skip Holtz

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 (Thu.) Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 at NC State eTULANE vs. Army (Dallas) eat UTEP eNORTH TEXAS eSOUTHERN MISS eat Rice eTULSA eat UTSA (ACC Net) (FS1) (FS1/FSN) (CBSSN) (CBSSN) (CBSSN) (CBSSN) (CBSSN) (CSS) 11:30a 6:00p 6:30p TBA 2:30p 6:30p 3:00p TBA 6:00p 6:00p 6:00p TBA LAMAR at Kansas

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Players Report: Sunday, August 4 Media Day: TBD Fall Classes Begin: Thursday, September 5

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eConference game Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

LOUISIANA TECH
2012 RESULTS (9-3, 4-2 WAC)
S8 S15 S22 S 29 at Houston (CBSSN) RICE (ESPN3) at Illinois (Big Ten Net) at Virginia (ESPN3) W W W W 56-49 56-37 52-24 44-38 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 9-2 9-3

O6 UNLV O13 (22) Texas A&M* (ESPNU)

W 58-31 L 57-59

O20 IDAHO O27 at New Mexico State

W 70-28 W 28-14

N3 UTSA
D.J. Banks

W 51-27 W L L 62-55 41-48 (ot) 43-52

N10 N17

at Texas State (LHN) UTAH STATE (ESPN3) at San Jose State (ESPN2)

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 30/29 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 3/8 Defensive Returning/Lost: 4/7 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 1/2 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING RG Matt Shepperd RB Kenneth Dixon WR Hunter Lee DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Kendrick James DT Shakeil Lucas DE IK Enemkpali CB LeVander Liggins SPECIALISTS RETURNING DS Josh Cuthbert KEY LOSSES QB Colby Cameron LT Oscar Johnson LG Kevin Saia C Stephen Warner RT Jordan Mills WR Myles White WR David Gru WR Quinton Patton DT Jonal White S Antonio Mitchum M Solomon Randle SS Jamel Johnson FS Chad Boyd CB Dave Clark N Craig Johnson

N24

*Shreveport, La.

HEAD COACH Skip HoLtZ


Alma Mater: Notre Dame 88

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2013 LA Tech, Head Coach 0-0 First Season 2010-12 South Florida, Head Coach 16-21 (.432) 3 seasons 2005-09 East Carolina, Head Coach 38-27 (.585) 5 seasons 2004 South Carolina, Assistant Head Coach/Quarterbacks 1999-03 South Carolina, Assistant Head Coach/Oensive Coordinator 1994-98 Connecticut, Head Coach 34-23 (.596) 5 seasons 1992-93 Notre Dame, Oensive Coordinator 1990-91 Notre Dame, Wide Receivers 1989 Colorado State, Wide Receivers 1987-88 Florida State, Graduate Assistant

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COACHING STAFF
Asst. Head Coach/Oensive Line Matt Moore (Valdosta State, 95) Oensive Coordinator Tony Petersen (Marshall, 88) Defensive Coordinator Kim Dameron (Arkansas, 83) Defensive Line Stan Eggen (Moorehead State (Minn.), 77) Cornerbacks/Special Teams Ronnie Bradford (Colorado, 93) Linebackers Je Koonz (Auburn, 04) Running Backs Jabbar Juluke (Southern, 99) Wide Receivers Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech, 01) Inside Receivers Joe Sloan (East Carolina, 08) Graduate Assistant (Oense) Price Ferguson (Texas A&M, 10) Graduate Assistant (Oense) Peter Hopkins (Sam Houston State, 10) Graduate Assistant (Defense) Adam Hymel (Louisiana Tech, 11) Dir. of FB Recruiting/Alumni Rel. Thomas Graham (Louisiana Tech, 10) Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Kurt Hester (Tulane, 95) Asst. AD/Character Education Ed Jackson (Louisiana Tech, 83)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 318-257-4547 Fax: 318-257-2347

LOUSIANA TECH
NOtING tHE BULLDOGS
Louisiana Tech lost 32 seniors and most of its coaching sta after going 9-3 in 2012 and being ranked as high as 18th, but rebounded quickly with the December hiring of new head coach Skip Holtz . Throughout December and January, Holtz compiled a coaching sta and recruiting class, culminating in 21 National Letters of Intent being received on National Signing Day. Holtz won back-to-back C-USA Championships at East Carolina in 2008-09 and led the Pirates to four straight bowl appearances. Sophomore RB Kenneth Dixon was named a Freshman All-American last season as well as the WACs Freshman of the Year. He led the nation in scoring with 28 total touchdowns (27 rushing) breaks Marshall Faulks NCAA records for most touchdowns scored, most rushing touchdowns scored and most points, all for a freshman. Dixon had 200 rushes for 1,194 yards, just missing averaging 100 yards a game at 99.5. Dixon set the WAC record for most rushing touchdowns at any class level. The Bulldogs return all but one defensive lineman, making that unit the most experienced it has been in several years. Kendrick James, Vontarrius Dora , Shakeil Lucas, Vernon Butler, Kevin Kisseberth and IK Enemkpali all started or received signicant playing time in 2012.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Kenneth Dixon 200 1194 6.0 27 48 Ray Holley 142 740 5.2 7 83 TOTALS Passing Colby Cameron Zach Grin TOTALS Receiving Quinton Patton Myles White Ray Holley TOTALS 521 2726 5.2 47 83 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 359 522 .688 5 4147 31 3 6 .500 0 31 0 365 Rec 104 56 34 365 533 .685 5 4209 31

Yds. Avg. TD Long 1392 13.4 13 79 718 12.8 6 44 324 9.5 1 34 4209 11.5 Long 45 33 79

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Matt Nelson 12-18 .667 TOTALS

12-18 .667 45 Yards Avg. In 20 2162 48.0 20 2162 48.0 20 Long 85 85

Punting No. Ryan Allen 45 TOTALS Tackles Jamel Johnson Antonio Mitchum Quinn Giles Chip Hester Dave Clark TOTALS 45

Solos Ast Total 45 34 79 25 51 76 36 26 62 22 39 61 38 20 58 460 546 1006

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2012 tEaM StatIStICS


Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

LA Tech Opponents 618 462 521-2726 470-2228 227.2 185.7 533-365-5 495-300-10 .685 .606 4209 4085 350.8 340.4 1054-6935 965-6313 577.9 526.1 45-48.0 54-41.2 28-132 11-84 50-1186 75-1486 10-111 5-28 22-8 24-16 98-957 117-1133 77-182 88-190 .423 .463 20-29 13-26 .690 .500 20-153 10-55 27:51 32:09

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD LeVander Liggins 2 4 2.0 0 Jamel Johnson 2 -1 -0.5 0 TOTALS 10 111 11.1 2

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2013 rOStEr
NO. NAME POS. 15 Bryson Abraham CB 76 Zeke Alsander OL 73 Chris Aye OL 60 Josh Baldwin DL 5 D.J. Banks WR 27 James Banks RB 74 Larry Banks OL 21 Adairius Barnes DB 35 Jonathan Barnes K 78 Mitchell Bell OL 49 Nic Bickham DE 23 Kentrell Brice DB 90 DeAngelo Brooks DT 91 Aaron Brown DL 20 Colby Brown DB 75 Darrell Brown OL 45 Vernon Butler DL 69 Vince Cano OL 67 Tre Carter OL 1 81 Richie Casey Scott Cathcart WR WR HT. 5-11 6-6 6-4 5-9 5-9 5-8 6-4 5-11 5-8 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-3 WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 175 300 290 260 185 175 310 180 150 330 230 180 310 252 170 275 300 305 285 R-So. 1L Jennings, La./Jennings R-So. SQ Baton Rouge, La./Southern Lab Fr. HS Houston, Texas/Cypress Ridge Jr. HS Waldo, Ark./Magnolia R-Sr. RS West Monroe, La. /Tulane Jr. SQ Violet, La./Chalmette R-Sr. 1L Fayette, Miss./Copiah-Lincoln CC So. 1L Port Gibson, Miss./Port Gibson Fr. HS Baton Rouge, La./Woodlawn Jr. JC Houston, Texas/Navarro JC Fr. HS St. Amant, La./St. Amant So. 1L Ruston, La./Ruston Jr. JC Shreveport, La./Kilgore JC R-Fr. RS Carrollton, Texas/Creekview R-Jr. RS College Park, Ga./Highland CC R-Fr. RS Abilene, Texas/Cooper So. 1L Summit, Miss./North Pike R-Sr. 2L Kilgore, Texas/Kilgore Jr. JC Buena Vista, Ga./Georgia Military College R-Sr. 3L Homer, La./Homer R-Sr. SQ Santa Maria, Calif./Allan Hancock CC R-Fr. RS Tyler, Texas/Grace Community R-So. JC Shreveport, La./Arkansas Tech R-Sr. TR Killeen, Texas/Texas Tech R-Sr. 1L Prairieville, La./Catholic R-Sr. 1L Shreveport, La./Northwestern State R-Sr. 3L Belle Glades, Fla./Glades Day Jr. SQ Wichita, Kan./Coeyville CC Sr. SQ Mission Viejo, Calif./Orange Coast JC So. SQ Granbury, Texas/Granbury R-Fr. RS Patterson, La./Patterson So. 1L Strong, Ark./Strong R-So. 1L West Point, Miss./West Point R-Sr. 3L Monroe, La./Neville R-Sr. 3L Pugerville, Texas/Pugerville R-Jr. SQ Haynesville, La./Haynesville R-So. 1L Port Sulphur, La./South Plaquemines R-Sr. 3L Port Sulphur, La./South Plaquemines Jr. JC Snellville, Ga./Georgia Military College R-Fr. RS Marrero, La./Archbishop Shaw R-So. SQ Meraux, La. /Chalmette R-Fr. RS Farmerville, La./Cedar Creek R-Sr. 1L Gauthier, Miss./Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Fr. HS Keachi, La./North Desoto Sr. 1L Wildomar, Calif./Riverside CC R-Jr. RS Wildomar, Calif./Riverside CC R-Jr. RS Santa Ana, Calif./Fullerton CC R-Fr. RS Morgan City, La./Central Catholic R-Sr. 3L Slidell, La./Pope John Paul II R-Sr. TR Baton Rouge, La./Northwestern State R-Jr. 2L Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster Fr. HS New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 R-Fr. RS Hutto, Texas/Hutto R-So. 1L Denton, Texas/Ryan R-Sr. 2L Logansport, La./Logansport Fr. HS Allen, Texas/Allen R-Sr. 3L New Orleans, La./O.P. Walker Jr. JC Midlothian, Texas/Navarro JC Jr. JC Sulligent, Ala./Southwest Mississippi JC R-Fr. RS Monroe, La./Ouachita Parish R-Fr. RS Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County R-Jr. 2L Spring, Texas/Klein NO. NAME POS. 70 Clayton Landry OL 36 Hunter Lee RB 13 LeVander Liggins DB 60 Ross Lodge OL 73 Jeremy Long OL 94 Shakeil Lucas DL 79 Cam Manning OL 25 Blake Martin RB 17 Andy McAlindon QB 33 Thomas McDonald S 58 Devon McKinney DL 43 Logan McPherson P/K 25 Thaddaeus Medford DB 50 Ches Morrison LB 18 Connor Nichols S 99 Malcolm Pichon DL 31 Terrell Pinson S 88 Tyler Porter DL 16 Jabari Prewitt DB 68 Josh Robinson OL 34 Mike Schrang LB 24 Marlon Seets RB 66 Matthew Shepperd OL 54 DeElmo Simpson LB 11 Conner Smith WR 18 D.J. St. Julien WR 31 Cody Stidham DS 92 Carter Street DL 84 Andre Taylor DL 17 TraVez Taylor DB 85 Trent Taylor WR 24 Nick Thomason LB HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 6-6 255 R-Fr. HS Denham Springs, La./Live Oak 5-10 200 Jr. 2L Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound 5-11 190 Jr. 2L Leesville, La./Leesville 6-5 300 R-Fr. RS Austin, Texas/Westwood 6-1 305 Sr. HS Haughton, La./Haughton 6-2 285 R-Sr. 2L Marrero, La./L.W. Higgins 6-3 265 Fr. HS Southlake, Texas/Carroll 5-11 195 R-So. 1L Lucas, Texas/Lovejoy 6-5 2151 R-So. RS San Bruno, Calif./American River JC 6-3 180 Jr. JC Houston, Texas/Navarro JC 6-2 265 R-Jr. RC Camden, N.J./Pierce College 5-10 172 Fr. HS Fort Payne, Ala./Fort Payne 5-11 190 R-Fr. RS Newbern, Tenn./Dyer County 5-11 240 R-Jr. SQ Houma, La./Vandebilt Catholic 6-2 195 R-Jr. 1L Bossier City, La./Airline 6-3 330 R-So. 1L Slidell, La./Salmen 6-3 210 Jr. JC Tupelo, Miss./Itawamba CC 6-0 310 R-So. RS Lafayette, La./Northside 5-9 182 Jr. SQ Hutto, Texas/Hutto 6-4 300 R-So. RS Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster 6-1 210 R-Jr. 2L Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood 5-11 215 R-Jr. RS Haughton, La./Alcorn State 6-3 305 R-Jr. 2L Marshall, Texas/Marshall 6-1 228 R-Sr. HS Shreveport, La./Byrd 6-4 185 R-Fr. RS Covington, La./Fontainebleau 6-0 185 R-Jr. 1L Lafayette, La./Acadiana 6-2 200 R-So. SQ Waco, Texas/Midway 6-2 250 R-Jr. SQ Pilot Point, Texas/Pilot Point 6-5 250 R-Jr. 2L Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock 6-0 180 So. SQ McComb, Miss./North Pike 5-9 175 Fr. HS Shreveport, La./Evangel Christian Academy 6-1 235 Jr. JC Muscle Shoals, Ala./Northeast Miss. JC 6-0 240 R-Fr. RS McKinney, Texas/McKinney North 5-11 186 R-So. TR West Monroe, La./LSU 6-1 230 Jr. JC Hardin, Texas/Blinn JC 5-8 170 Sr. SQ Miami, Fla./Broward College 6-2 215 R-So. SQ Kirby, Texas/Wake Forest 5-11 180 Fr. HS West Monroe, La./West Monroe 6-2 210 R-Jr. TR Denton, Texas/Texas Tech

5-11 185 6-5 220 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-4 5-9 179 182 230 270 185

87 Grant Childress WR 35 C.J. Cleveland DB 47 Daniel Cobb LB 61 Matthew Conger OL 23 Rickey Courtney RB 51 Josh Cuthbert DS 77 Jens Danielson OL 79 Alec Davis OL 20 10 28 98 70 41 19 6 2 83 Brandon Davis RB Jaydrick DeClouette WR Kenneth Dixon RB Vontarrius Dora DL Justin Ellis DL IK Enemkpali DL Ronnie Fields DB Beau Fitte LB Lyle Fitte Kevin Gary RB WR

5-11 240 6-5 290 6-1 275 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-6 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 180 175 215 250 330 250 155 215 190 178 229 265 180 300 250 200 297 185 201

53 Darrell Travis DS 3 Paul Turner WR 32 Mitch Villemez LB 30 Ahmad Wallace DB 48 Andre Wiggins LB 39 Xavier Woods DB 16 Scotty Young QB

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93 Stephen Gibson DL 64 Johnny Ginart OL 44 Austin Ginn S 72 Jeremy Graree OL 95 Hakim Gray DE 80 Jon Greenwalt WR 57 Richard Greenwalt OL 9 Zach Grith QB 11 Lloyd Grogan DB 19 Andrew Guillot 7 Paul Harris WR QB

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Chris Aye OL Jonathan Barnes K Mitchell Bell OL Nic Bickham DE DeAngelo Brooks DT Tre Carter OL Kevin Gary WR Hakim Gray DE Carlos Henderson ATH Michael Jacob DB Eddie Johnson WR Tony Johnson LB Cam Manning OL Thomas McDonald S Logan McPherson P/K Terrell Pinson S Trent Taylor WR Nick Thomason LB Paul Turner WR Mitch Villemez LB Xavier Woods DB HT. 6-4 5-8 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-11 WT. 290 150 310 230 290 285 178 250 165 165 230 250 265 180 172 210 175 230 186 225 180 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Houston, Texas/Cypress Ridge Fr. Baton Rouge, La./Woodlawn Jr. Houston, Texas/Navarro JC Fr. St. Amant, La./St. Amant Jr. Shreveport, La./Kilgore JC Jr. Buena Vista, Ga./Georgia Military College So. Snellville, Ga./Georgia Military College Fr. Keachi, La./North Desoto Fr. New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 Fr. Allen, Texas/Allen Jr. Midlothian, Texas/Navarro JC Jr. Sulligent, Ala./Southwest Mississippi CC Fr. Southlake, Texas/Carroll Jr. Houston, Texas/Navarro JC Fr. Fort Payne, Ala./Fort Payne Jr. Tupelo, Miss./Itawamba CC Fr. Shreveport, La./Evangel Christian Academy Jr. Muscle Shoals, Ala./Northeast Miss. CC Fr. West Monroe, La./West Monroe Jr. Hardin, Texas/Blinn JC Fr. West Monroe, La./West Monroe

5-10 180 6-2 201 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-3 5-8 5-7 6-1 185 165 196 210 185 165 245 230 250 160 170 240

29 Kendall Hayes DB 86 Carlos Henderson ATH 14 Ryan Higgins QB 52 Ty Hook LB 8 Jacarri Jackson WR 38 Michael Jacob DB 22 Kendrick James DL 88 Eddie Johnson WR 56 Tony Johnson LB 31 26 40 T.J. Kijak Tevin King Kevin Kisseberth K/P RB LB

MARSHALL
Alma Mater: West Virginia 79

MARSHALL

Doc Holliday HEAD COACH


QUICK FACTS
Record at Marshall: 17-20 (.459), Fourth season Career Record: 17-20 (.459), Fourth season Hometown: Hurricane, W. Va. Birthdate: April 21, 1957
Location: Huntington, W.Va. Founded: 1837 Enrollment: 14,000 Nickname: Thundering Herd or the Herd Colors: Green and White Stadium: Joan C. Edwards Stadium (38,019) President: Dr. Stephen J. Kopp Athletics Director: Mike Hamrick Football Administrator: David Steele Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3

Dr. Stephen J. Kopp, President

Mike Hamrick, Athletic Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Assistant A.D./Football Contact: Jason Corriher Oce Phone: 304-696-4660 Cell Phone: 740-331-1497 Fax: 304-696-2325 E-Mail: corriher@marshall.edu Website: www.HerdZone.com Press Box Phone: 304-696-6666
David Steele, Football Administrator Jason Corriher, SID Doc Holliday

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 24 (Thu.) Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 14 (Thu.) Nov. 23 Nov. 29 (Fri.) eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Eastern and subject to change

MIAMI (OHIO) at Ohio at Virginia Tech eUTSA eat Florida Atlantic eat Middle Tennessee eSOUTHERN MISS eUAB eat Tulsa eat FIU eEAST CAROLINA

(CBSSN) (ESPN 3) (TBD) (TW Texas) (FCS) (FS1) (CBSSN) (CSS) (FS1) (FS1/FSN) (CBSSN)

7:00p 6:30p 8:00p TBA 2:00p 5:00p 7:30p 12:30p Noon 7:30p TBA Noon

GARDNER-WEBB

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Sunday, August 4 Media/Fan Day: Sunday, August 11 Fall Classes Begin: Monday, August 26

MARSHALL
2012 RESULTS (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)
S1 S8 S22 S29 O6 O20 O27 N3
Tommy Shuler

at (11) West Virginia (FX) WESTERN CAROLINA (FCS) e at Rice (CSS) at Purdue (BTN) e TULSA (CBSSN) e at Southern Miss (CBSSN) e UCF (CBSSN) e MEMPHIS e at UAB (CSS) e HOUSTON (CSS) e at East Carolina (CBSSN)

L W L W L L W L W L W L

34-69 52-24 24-27 41-51 38-45 59-24 17-54 38-28 31-38 44-41 59-65 (ot)

0-1 1-1 1-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 4-5 4-6 5-6 5-7

S15 OHIO

54-51 (2ot) 2-2

N10 N17 N23

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 54/10 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Defensive Returning/Lost: 7/4 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/2 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING QB Rakeem Cato WR Tommy Shuler LT Jordan Jeries LG Josh Lovell C Chris Jasperse RT Garrett Scott TE Gator Hoskins RB Kevin Grooms DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Jeremiah Taylor DE Alex Bazzie NT Brandon Sparrow SS D.J. Hunter MLB Jermaine Holmes CB Derrick Thomas CB Keith Baxter SPECIALISTS RETURNING K Justin Haig P Tyler Williams KEY LOSSES WR Aaron Dobson WR Antavious Wilson FS Okechukwu Okoroha SS Dominick LeGrande KR/PR Andre Snipes-Booker

HEAD COACH Doc hoLLiDaY


Alma Mater: West Virginia 79

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2010- 2008-09 2005-07 2000-04 1993-99 1990-92 1983-89 Marshall Head Coach - 17-20, 3 seasons West Virginia Associate Head Coach/TEs & FBs Florida Associate Head Coach/Safeties North Carolina State Associate Head Coach/Receivers West Virginia Assistant Head Coach/Receivers West Virginia Inside Linebackers West Virginia Wide Receivers

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COACHING STAFF
Oensive Coordinator/QBs Bill Legg (West Virginia, 85) Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Chuck Heater (Michigan, 75) Running Backs Thomas Brown (Georgia, 07) Defensive Ends Sean Cronin (Georgetown (Ky.), 03) Linebackers Adam Fuller (Sacred Heart, 98) Wide Receivers Mike Furrey (Northern Iowa, 00) Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator Todd Hartley (Georgia, 08) Oensive Line Alex Mirabal (FIU, 03) Defensive Tackles J.C. Price (Virginia Tech, 98) Assistant AD for Football Ops Mark Gale (Oklahoma State, 81)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 304/696-6464 Fax 304/696-6448

MARSHALL
NOtING tHE HErD
Junior QB Rakeem Cato became the fourth Herd quarterback to throw for more than 4,000 yards in a season, nishing with 4,201. His per-game average of 350.1 yards led all FBS passers. Cato topped C-USA with 37 touchdown passes and was named the leagues Most Valuable Player in 2012. Junior WR Tommy Shuler established a new school record with 110 catches on the season, breaking the old record of 106 by Mike Barber in 1987. Shuler accounted for 1,138 receiving yards, the secondhighest total in Conference USA, and caught six touchdowns. Senior TE Gator Hoskins established a new Marshall school record for touchdowns by a tight end last season with a team-high 10. He nished with 35 receptions for 374 yards. After starting last season at linebacker, D.J. Hunter is slated to move to free safety this fall under new defensive coordinator Chuck Heater. Hunter topped the 100-tackle mark in 2012 (102), while adding 3.5 tackles for loss, two pass breakups and a forced fumble.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Kevin Grooms 121 737 6.1 8 69 Steward Butler 101 500 5.0 3 57 TOTALS Passing Rakeem Cato Blake Frohnapfel TOTALS Receiving Tommy Shuler Antavious Wilson Aaron Dobson TOTALS 480 2030 4.2 24 69 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 406 584 .695 11 4201 37 18 23 .783 1 180 2 424 Rec 110 69 57 424 607 .699 12 4381 39

Yds. Avg. TD Long 1138 10.3 6 57 741 10.7 9 42 679 11.9 3 40 4381 10.3 Long 45 39 72

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Justin Haig 13-16 .812 TOTALS

13-16 .812 45 Yards Avg. In 20 1943 45.2 16 1984 43.1 16 Long 66 66

Punting No. Tyler Williams 43 TOTALS 46

Tackles Solos Ast Total Dominick LeGrande 69 63 132 Okechukwa Okoroha 43 65 108 D.J. Hunter 46 56 102 Jermaine Holmes 34 48 82 Alex Bazzie 39 41 80 TOTALS 503 570 1073

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Category Marshall Opponents First Downs 491 517 Rushes-Yards 480-2030 526-2439 Rushing Yards/Game 169.2 203.2 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 607-424-12 426-277-9 Completion Pct. .699 .650 Passing Yards 4381 3042 Passing Yards/Game 365.1 253.5 Total O. Plays/Yds 1087-6411 952-5481 Total Oense/Game 534.2 456.8 Punts-Average 46-43.1 51-41.4 Punt Returns-Yards 15-124 18-176 Kicko Returns-Yards 51-1014 69-1734 Interceptions-Yards 9-73 12-244 Fumbles-Lost 15-8 19-9 Penalties-Yards 78-726 80-665 3rd Down Conversions 113-207 81-181 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .546 .448 4th Down Conversions 12-23 19-25 4th Down Conversion Percentage .523 .760 Sacks By-Yards 19-111 29-176 Avg. Time of Possession 28:17 31:43

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Monterius Lovett 2 30 15.0 0 Dominick LeGrande 2 0 0.0 0 TOTALS 9 73 8.1 1

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NO. NAME POS. 6 Davonte Allen 80 Chris Alston, Jr. WR WR

2013 rOStEr

HT. 6-2

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 200 r-So. 1L Belle Glade, Fla./Glades Central r-Fr. RS Winnsboro, S.C./Faireld Central Fr. FR Boca Raton, Fla./Boca Raton r-Fr. RS Riverdale, Ga./Charles Drew Jr. 2L Homestead, Fla./Homestead r-Sr. 2L Silver Spring, Md./ Northwood/Fork Union r-Jr. 1L Charleston, W.Va./South Charleston r-So. 1L Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland Jr. 2L Bealeton, Va./Liberty Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./Miami Central So. 1L Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Catholic Jr. SQ Williamstown, W.Va./ Williamstown Fr. FR Louisa, Ky./Lawrence County r-So. 1L Avon, Ind./Avon So. 1L Sener, Fla./Armwood r-So. 1L Palmdale, Ca./Palmdale Sr. 2L Belle Glade, Fla./Glades Central r-So. 1L Staord, Va./Colonial Forge Jr. 2L Staord, Va./Colonial Forge So. SQ Columbus, Ohio/Bishop Watterson r-Jr. 1L Cincinnati, Ohio/North College Hill r-Fr. RS Port Charlotte, Fla./Port Charlotte r-So. SQ Cincinnati, Ohio/Milford Academy r-So. 1L Hollywood, Fla./South Broward r-Jr. 2L Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage So. SQ Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenney r-Fr. RS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University School Jr. 1L Valdosta, Ga./Valdosta 240 Sr. 2L Gainesville, Fla./Eastside Fr. FR Clarksburg, Md./Fork Union r-So. 1L Middletown, Ohio/Middletown r-Jr. 2L Greensboro, N.C./Page r-Sr. 3L Oswego, Ill. /Oswego r-So. 1L Sweden/Raceland (Ky.) HS So. 1L Richlands, Va./Richland r-Sr. 1L West Bloomeld, Mich./West Bloomeld r-Jr. 2L New Smyrna Beach, Fla./New Smyrna Beach Sr. TR Woodbury, N.J./Penn State r-Jr. 2L Duncan, S.C./James F. Byrnes r-Fr. RS Miami, Fla./South Miami r-So. TR Elberton, Ga./Holmes CC r-Jr. 2L Gloucester, Va./Christchurch r-Sr. 3L Tallahassee, Fla. /Rickards r-So. 1L Virginia Beach, Va./Floyd E. Kellam r-Fr. RS Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams r-So. 1L Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkley Jr. 2L Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna r-Jr. 1L Dublin, Ohio/Jerome r-Sr. 3L Navarre, Fla./Navarre r-Sr. 3L Point Pleasant, W.Va./Point Pleasant r-Fr. RS Port St. Lucie, Fla./Port St. Lucie r-Jr. 1L Cocoa, Fla./Cocoa Sr. 1L Hemet, Ca./Mount San Jacinto CC Jr. SQ Cincinnati, Ohio/Amelia r-Sr. 2L Charlotte, N.C./Providence r-So. 1L Sterling, Va./Dominion

NO. NAME POS. 41 Ryan Riedel TE

HT. 6-0 5-11 5-6 6-5 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-6 6-0 6-5 5-8 5-7 6-3 6-3 6-4 5-7 6-4 6-7 5-10 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-6 5-10 6-1

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 247 r-Fr. RS Huntington, W.Va./Cabell Midland 172 r-Jr. 2L Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland 189 So. SQ Linden, N.J./Linden 255 r-Sr. 3L Harrisonburg, Va./ Harrisonburg 201 Jr. 1L Parkersburg, W.Va./Mount Union 275 r-So. SQ Valdosta, Ga./Valdosta 196 r-So. 1L Bainbridge, Ga./Bainbridge 303 r-Sr. 3L Wichita, Kan./Collegiate 184 r-Fr. RS Orlando, Fla./Oak Ridge 310 Sr. 2L Douglas, Ga./Coee County 187 Jr. 2L Miami, Fla./Miami Central 147 r-Sr. SQ White Plains, Md./Westlake 288 r-Jr. 1L Copperas Cove, Tx./Blinn C.C. 289 Sr. 3L Bedford, Va./Liberty 244 r-Jr. 2L Stone Mountain, Ga./ Stephenson 181 r-Sr. 3L Washington D.C./Briarwoods 259 Sr. 3L South Point, Ohio/South Point 303 r-Sr. 2L New Castle, Va. /Craig County 175 r-Fr. RS Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Atlanta Sports Aca. 230 r-Fr. RS Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Atlanta Sports Aca. 303 r-So. SQ Beckley, W.Va. /Woodrow Wilson 205 Jr. 2L Quincy, W.Va./Riverside 202 r-So. 1L Lakeland, Fla./Lake Gibson 176 Jr. 2L Hialeah, Fla./Hialeah 195 So. 1L Fort Wayne, In./R. Nelson Snider 179 r-So. 1L Miami, Fla./Edison 236 r-So. SQ Blueeld, W.Va./Blueeld 165 r-So. SQ Howard County, Md./ Reservoir 200 Fr. FR Las Vegas, Nev./Coronado

5-10 164 6-2 6-7 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-11 204 271 190 225 305 165 224 182 202 220 275 235 280 266 194

14 Kevin Anderson QB 57 Eric Ansley OL 8 Keith Baxter DB 53 Alex Bazzie DL 52 Blake Brooks OL RB LB QB LS

39 Darryl Roberts DB 43 Kevin Rodriguez RB 11 James Rouse DL 48 Stephen Roush S

20 Steward Butler 49 Cortez Carter 12 Rakeem Cato 88 Matt Cincotta 68

Tom Collins OL

75 Tyler Combs OL 13 Armonze Daniel DL 66 Cameron Dees OL 93 Steve Dillon DL 4 Demetrius Evans WR 15 Blake Frohnapfel 83 Eric Frohnapfel 82 Jack Gammon 84 Dameon Garrett 70 25 37 23 QB TE WR WR

94 Jarquez Samuel DL 29 Shawn Samuels S 74 Alex Schooler OL 18 Andre Scott S 76 Garrett Scott OL 1 Tommy Shuler WR 33 Devon Smith WR 91 Ken Smith DL 96 Brandon Sparrow DL 52 Malcolm Strong DL 42 Essray Taliaferro RB 58 Jeremiah Taylor DL 70 Corey Tenney OL 19 Corey Tindal DB 50 Kent Turene LB

6-6 225 6-6 227 5-10 173 5-11 199 6-4 6-2 249 222

78 Clint Van Horn OL 14 Raheem Waiters 35 Remi Watson 81 Craig Wilkins 38 Tyler Williams 28 Corie Wilson 89 Joe Woodrum 25 Chris Yamoah 56 Carl Yonter LB RB WR P S TE S LB

Marcus Gilchrist DL Stefone Grace Kevin Grooms Justin Haig Peter Helow Gunnar Holcombe TE RB K S QB

5-10 165 5-8 180

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5-10 165 6-3 5-11 TE 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-6 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-1 5-11 6-7 6-3 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-6 187 245 6-2 200 204 283 313 290 225 209 306 197 191 186 195 305 167 204 242 198 223 292 238 196 303 234 283

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. *Kevin Anderson QB Jeremiah Benjamin LB Arnold Blackmon DL *Josh Brown DL Brandon Byrd RB Cody Collins OL *Tyler Combs OL Neville Hewitt LB Stefan Houston LB Chris Huhn OL Justin Hunt WR Sandley Jean-Felix OL Angelo Jean-Louis WR HT. 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-5 6-0 WT. 204 215 245 300 198 280 275 220 200 290 180 292 185 165 197 180 174 195 220 200 175 202 280 150 206 175 230 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Boca Raton, Fla./Boca Raton Fr. Hollywood, Fla./McArthur HS Jr. Bellaire, Texas/Navarro JC Fr. Aiken, S.C./South Aiken Fr. Gibsonton, Fla./East Bay Fr. Trotwood, Ohio/Trotwood-Madison Fr. Louisa, Ky./Lawrence County Jr. Conyers, Ga./Georgia Military College So. Clarksburg, Md./Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy Fr. Pickerington, Ohio/Pickerington North Fr. Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven Fr. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Boyd Anderson So. Wellington, Fla./Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy Fr. Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washington Sr. Woodbury, N.J./Woodbury/Penn State Fr. Fort Pierce, Fla./Fort Pierce Fr. Port St. Joe, Fla./Lowndes So. Elberton, Ga./Holmes (Miss.) CC Fr. Baltimore, Md./Atlanta Sports Academy Fr. Hampton, Va./Phoebus Fr. Davenport, Fla./Ridge Fr. Hallandale, Fla./Hallandale Fr. Sandersville, Ga./Washington County Sr. White Plains, Md./Westlake/Penn State Fr. La Mesa, Calif./Helix Fr. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Atlanta Sports Academy Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Atlanta Sports Academy Fr. Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Beach Fr. Miami, Fla./Northwestern

46 Jermaine Holmes LB 26 Harold Gator Hoskins 3 Stefan Houston LB 22 D.J. Hunter S 60 Chris Jasperse OL 77 Jordan Jeries OL 71 Sebastian Johansson OL 47 Devon Johnson LB 16 Lawrence Johnson LB 56 Grady Kerr OL

5 Shawney Kersey WR 24 Isaiah Jazz King WR 1 A.J. Leggett DB 30 Taj Letman S 79 Josh Lovell OL 36 Monterius Lovett DB 85 Trent Martin K 73 Joe Massaquoi DL 31 Evan McKelvey LB 51 Deon Meadows LB 64 Trevor Mendelson OL 27 Billy Mitchell LB 44 Derek Mitchell S 61 40 63 Josh Murriel OL RaShawde Myers DL Gage Niemeyer OL

Michael Johnson DB 5-10 Shawney Kersey WR 6-1 Josh Knight WR 6-1 Tiquan Lang DB 5-9 *Taj Letman DB 6-3 *Deontay McManus WR 6-2 Tony Pittman RB 5-11 Shykeem Pitts DB 5-11 Aaron Plantt LB 6-1 Michael Selby OL 6-3 Devon Smith WR 5-7 *Gary Thompson DE/LB 6-3 *Corey Tindal CB 5-10 *Kent Turene LB 6-3

18 Tanner Owens QB 45 Matt Pickett DL 32 DeAndre Reaves WR

6-1 190 6-3 233 5-10 172

DeAndre Wilson DB Gerald Wright OL * denotes midyear signees

5-10 170 6-3 320

MIDDLe TeNNeSSee
Rick Stockstill HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Florida State 81

MIDDLE TENNESSEE

QUICK FACTS

Record at Middle Tennessee: 43-44 (.494) Eighth Season Career Record: 43-44 (.494) Eighth Season Hometown: Sidney, Ohio Birthdate: December 23, 1957

Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 25,394 Nickname: Blue Raiders Colors: Royal Blue and White Stadium: Johnny Red Floyd Stadium (Horace Jones Field) (30,788) President: Dr. Sidney McPhee Athletic Director: Chris Massaro Football Administrator: Chris Massaro Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3/Multiple

Dr. Sidney McPhee, President

Chris Massaro, Athletic Director

SPORTS INFORMATION

Associate AD for Communications/ Football SID Mark Owens Oce Phone 615-898-2450 Cell Phone 615-631-9520 Fax 615-898-5626 E-Mail owens@goblueraiders.com Website www.GoBlueRaiders.com Press Box Phone 615-898-2312

Chris Massaro, Football Administrator

Mark Owens, SID

Rick Stockstill

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 29 (Thu) Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 27 (Fri) Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 24 (Thu.) Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 WESTERN CAROLINA at North Carolina MEMPHIS eat Florida Atlantic at BYU eEAST CAROLINA eMARSHALL eat UAB eFIU eat Southern Miss (ACC Net) (CSS) (CSS) (TBD) (FS1/FSN) (FS1) (FCS) (FCS) (CSS) 6:30p 11:30a TBA 11:00a TBA TBA TBA 6:30p Noon 3:00p TBA

eat North Texas

kEY DatEs

Players Report: August 1 Local Media Day: July 31 Fall Classes Begin: August 26

eUTEP TBA

eConference game Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Kevin Byard

2012 RESULTS (8-4, 6-2 SUN BELt)


A30 S8 S15 S29 O13 O20 O27 N1 N17 McNEESE ST (ESPN3) FLORIDA ATLANTIC (ESPN3) at Memphis at Georgia Tech (Raycom) at FIU at Mississippi St. NORTH TEXAS at Western Kentucky at South Alabama L W W W W L W W W 21-27 31-17 48-30 49-28 34-30 3-45 38-21 34-29 20-12 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4

O6 LOUISIANA-MONROE

L 17-31

N24 TROY

W 24-21 L 0-45

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 46/18 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 9/2 Defensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/2 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING QB Logan Kilgore RB Jordan Parker OT Isaiah Anderson OT Darius Johnson OG Jadareius Hamlin OG Josh Walker WR Christian Collis WR Kyle Griswould TE Jacob Corbaley DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Shubert Bastien DT Jimmy Staten LB Craig Allen LB T.T. Barber LB Roderic Blunt CB Kenneth Gilstrap CB Chris Sharpe SS Kevin Byard SPECIALISTS RETURNING P Josh Davis KR Reggie Whatley KEY LOSSES C Micah James WR Anthony Amos DT Kendall Dangereld DE Omar McLendon FS Jajuan Harley K Carlos Lopez RB Benny Cunningham

D1

at Arkansas State

HEAD COACH Rick StockstiLL


Alma Mater: Florida State, 81

COACHING EXPERIENCE

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2006-13 Head Coach, Middle Tennessee 43-44 (.494) 7 seasons 2004-05 South Carolina, Wide Receivers 2003 East Carolina, Oensive Coordinator 1999-02 Clemson, Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator 1996-98 Clemson, Wide Receivers 1994-95 Clemson, Wide Receivers/Co-Oensive Coordinator 1993 Clemson, Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator 1989-92 Clemson, Quarterbacks 1985-88 UCF, Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers 1983-84 Bethune-Cookman, Oensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Oensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Buster Faulkner (Valdosta St., 05) Oensive Line Geep Wade (Chattanooga, 01) Oensive Tackles/Tight Ends Rick Mallory (Washington, 93) Wide Receivers Justin Watts (Clemson, 00) Running Backs Mike Polly (Georgetown College, 06) Co-Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Tyrone Nix (Southern Miss, 95) Co-Defensive Coordinator/Cornerbacks Steve Ellis (Nicholls State, 03) Defensive Line/Special Teams Coor. Joe Cauthen (Stephen F. Austin, 90) Safeties David Bibee (Tennessee, 77) Recruiting Coor./Director of Life Skills Brent Brock (Florida State, 82) Graduate Assistant Dwight Smith (Middle Tennessee, 10) Graduate Assistant Sloan Allison (Chattanooga, 11) Graduate Assistant Turner West (Memphis, 11) Graduate Assistant Chad Williams (Southern Miss, 02) Director of Football Operations Chris Matusek (Middle Tennessee, 02) Director of Player Personnel Lance Basler (Washington, 07) Head Strength Coach Jason Spray (Middle Tennessee, 02) Head Trainer Robbie Stewart (Clemson, 98)

COACHING STAFF

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 615-898-2926 Fax: 615-898-2189

MIDDLE TENNESSEE
NOtING tHE BLUE raIDErS
Middle Tennessees six-win increase last season tied for the nations best turnaround with Kent State and Ohio State. The Blue Raiders nished the season at 8-4, tying for second place in the Sun Belt with a 6-2 league record. Senior QB Logan Kilgore, who has 5,342 career passing yards, is just the fth signal-caller in school history to top the 5,000-yard mark. He is also ranked in the top ve in touchdowns and completions. Sophomore RB Jordan Parker, who had four 100yard rushing games in 2012, set a new Middle Tennessee freshman rushing record with 851 yards. The Blue Raiders ranked second nationally in fewest sacks allowed in 2012 and return four starters along their oensive line. Safety Kevin Byard earned FWAA Freshman AllAmerican honors in 2012 after posting 74 tackles, four interceptions, two forced fumbles, and two pass breakups.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Jordan Parker 166 851 5.1 3 98 Benny Cunningham 97 600 6.2 11 60 TOTALS Passing Logan Kilgore Je Murphy TOTALS Receiving Anthony Amos Kyle Griswould Christian Collis TOTALS 468 2120 4.5 19 98 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 212 335 .633 6 2571 16 5 8 .625 1 22 0 217 Rec 72 45 18 217 344 .631 8 2593 16

Yds. Avg. TD Long 992 13.8 9 52 531 11.8 3 72 206 11.4 2 37 2593 11.9 Long 44 16 75

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Carlos Lopez 17-22 .773 TOTALS

17-22 .773 44 Yards Avg. In 20 1689 40.2 14 1867 38.9 16 Long 64 64

Punting No. Josh Davis 42 TOTALS Tackles Craig Allen Roderic Blunt Kevin Byard Jajuan Harley Christian Henry TOTALS 48

Solos Ast Total 59 23 82 36 39 75 48 26 74 38 36 74 15 36 51 527 404 931

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Category MT Opponents First Downs 319 336 Rushes-Yards 468-2120 490-2259 Rushing Yards/Game 176.7 188.2 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 344-217-8 379-256-12 Completion Pct. .631 .675 Passing Yards 2593 3031 Passing Yards/Game 216.1 252.6 T otal O. Plays/Yds 812-4713 869-5290 Total Oense/Game 392.8 440.8 Punts-Average 48-38.9 38-39.2 Punt Returns-Yards 18-54 19-112 Kicko Returns-Yards 44-1129 53-1262 Interceptions-Yards 12-263 8-144 Fumbles-Lost 15-10 25-16 Penalties-Yards 68-549 54-492 3rd Down Conversions 69-161 87-172 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .429 .506 4th Down Conversions 12-18 14-22 4th Down Conversion Percentage .670 .636 Sacks By-Yards 14-77 7-66 Avg. Time of Possession 28:28 31:32

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Kevin Byard 4 167 41.8 2 Jajuan Harley 3 37 12.3 0 TOTALS 12 263 21.9 2

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MIDDLE TENNESSEE
NO. NAME POS. 35 Craig Allen LB 73 Isaiah Anderson OL 17 Alexandro Antoine DE -- Darrell Baptist TE 38 T.T. Barber LB 55 Shubert Bastien DE 98 Derious Bennett DT -- Keemem Berry CB 33 Roderic Blunt LB 94 OShae Bridges DT 23 Chris Brown S -- Houston Brown 5 7 WR

2013 rOStEr

HT. 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-5 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-1

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 230 268 244 232 215 243 305 180 223 259 179 r-Sr. 3L Carrollton, Ga./Villa Rica r-Jr. 2L Franklin, Tenn./Franklin r-So. 1L Port a Prince, Haiti/Antioch r-Jr. SQ Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven So. 1L Colquitt, Ga./Miller County Jr. 2L Riviera Beach, Fla./William T. Dwyer r-Fr. RS Columbus, Ga./Carver r-Jr. HS Atlanta, Ga./Chamblee r-Sr. 2L Miramar, Fla./Everglades r-So. SQ Norcross, Ga./Norcross r-Fr. RS Donalsonville, Ga./Seminole County Middle r-So. 1L Murfreesboro, Tenn./ Brentwood r-So. 1L Smyrna, Tenn./Smyrna r-Jr. 2L Plantation, Fla./South Plantation r-So. 1L Lithonia, Ga./M.L. King r-Sr. TR Clarkston, Ga./Tucker/LSU r-Jr. 1L Manchester, Tenn./Coee County Sr. 3L Canton, Ga./Woodstock r-Fr. RS Warner Robins, Ga./Northside r-Fr. RS Watkinsville, Ga./North Oconee Jr. TR Sebring, Fla./Sebring/Butler CC r-So. 1L Opelika, Ala./Beauregard Sr. 1L Oroville, Calif./Oroville/Butte CC r-Fr. HS Memphis, Tenn./University School r-Fr. HS Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel r-Sr. 3L Dayton, Tenn./Rhea County r-Fr. RS Hoover, Ala./Hoover r-Fr. HS Spring Hill, Tenn./Brentwood r-Sr. 2L Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood r-Fr. RS Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault r-Jr. 2L South Pittsburg, Tenn./South Pittsburg r-Fr. RS Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick r-Jr. 2L Hiram, Ga./Hiram r-Sr. 3L Lithonia, Ga./Miller Grove r-Fr. RS Tuscaloosa, Ala./American Christian Academy r-Sr. 3L Pelham, Ala./Spain Park r-Sr. 2L Midland, Ga./Shaw/Duke r-Fr. RS Atlanta, Ga./Dunwoody r-Sr. 3L Forsyth, Ga./Mary Persons r-Jr. 2 Dania, Fla./Hollywood Hills Jr. 1L Courtland, Miss./South Panola/NW Miss. CC r-Fr. RS Covington, Ga./Eastside r-Jr. TR Chicago, Ill./Morgan Park/ Butte CC r-Jr. SQ Oneonta, Ala./Oneonta Jr. TR Jacksonville, Fla./Nease/ Arizona Western r-Sr. 3L Nashville, Tenn./The Ensworth School r-So. 1L Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips r-Sr. 3L Memphis, Tenn./South Pittsburgh r-So. 1L Cartersville, Ga./Cartersville r-So. HS Naples, Fla./Naples r-Jr. SQ Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven r-Sr. 3L Rocklin, Calif./Bakerseld College Sr. TR Miami, Fla./Doral Academy/ Fullerton College r-So. SQ Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek r-So. HS Chicago, Ill./Grandview r-Jr. 1L Mobile, Ala./Davidson r-Sr. 3L Atlanta, Ga./Westlake

NO. NAME POS. 60 Nick Nunez OL

HT. 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-5

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 292 r-Jr. TR 177 220 256 210 221 Salinas, Calif./North Salinas/ Hartnell College r-So. SQ Dublin, Ga./West Lauren So. 1L Lawrenceville, Ga./Collins r-So. 1L Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel Jr. TR Hazelhurst, Miss./Hazelhurst/ Pearl River CC r-Fr. RS Fairburn, Ga./Langston Hughes r-Sr. 1L Decatur, Ga./Cedar Grove r-Jr. SQ New Port Richey, Fla./ Clearwater Central Catholic Fr. HS Antioch, Tenn./Antioch r-So. 1L Atlanta, Ga./South Atlanta r-Sr. 2L Peach Tree City, Ga./Starrs Mill r-So. SQ Valdosta, Ga./Creekside r-Fr. RS Saord, Ala./John T. Morgan Academy r-Sr. 3L Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah r-Jr. SQ Winchester, Tenn./Franklin County r-Jr. 2L Stone Mountain, Ga./ Stephenson r-So. 1L Delaeld, Wis./Kettle Moraine r-So. SQ Green Cove Springs, Fla./Clay r-Fr. RS Oldsmar, Fla./Pinellas Park Senior r-Sr. 3L Waycross, Ga./Ware County r-Fr. RS Duluth, Ga./Duluth r-Fr. RS Kissimmee, Fla./Osceola Fr. HS Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel r-Jr. 2L Nashville, Tenn./Hillwood r-Sr. 3L Spring City, Tenn./Rhea County r-So. SQ Pacica, Calif./Archbishop Riordan r-So. 1L Buena Vista, Ga./Marion County r-Jr. 2L Rome, Ga./Rome r-So. HS Atlanta, Ga./Stephenson r-Jr. SQ0 Memphis, Tenn./Kirby

47 Rodney ONeal CB 6 Jordan Parker RB 41 Chase Pennycu FB 16 Chris Perkins WR 84 29 64 -- 39 30 Terry Pettis WR

William Pratcher RB Greg Rein DS Steve Rhodes TE James Roberson LB Stephen Roberts DE

5-7 205 5-10 240 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-7 6-1 6-4 240 207 236 267 313 199 288

5-10 193 5-8 5-8 184 171

Jeremiah Bryson RB Khari Burke CB

93 Marcus Robinson DT 65 Hunter Rogers OL 8 72 Sammy Seamster CB Jonah Sells OL

20 Kevin Byard S 21 Drayton Calhoun CB 56 Lance Campbell OL 44 Corey Carmichael FB 63 Josh Chester OL 89 Cody Clark PK 86 Devin Clark 81 Christian Collis 83 Jacob Corbaley WR WR TE

5-11 216 5-11 187 6-3 312 5-11 228 6-3 298 6-1 179 5-11 160 6-0 6-3 208 250

27 Chris Sharpe CB 69 24 50 Blaine Sidders DS Jared Singletary CB Iman Smith LB

5-11 183 6-1 5-8 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-0 213 167 227 301 211 291 190 255 323 228 236

-- Alex Dale CB -- Jermaine Dave WR 48 Josh Davis P 53 William Eads LS -- Chukwadi Echetebu RB 31 Reginald Farmer S 43 Raynard Felton DE 97 Jiajuan Fennell DE 13 Demetrius Frazier WR 40 Leighton Gasque LB 18 Kenneth Gilstrap CB 2 Austin Grammer QB 58 Jesse Grisham OL 9 Kyle Griswould WR 59 Chris Hale DE 61 Jadareius Hamlin OL 28 Christian Henry LB 19 Marcus Henry WR 51 62 57 71 3 Shaquille Hu DT Patrick Hughes OL Judd Hunt TE Jaylen Hunter OL Tavarres Jeerson WR

5-10 190 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-4 5-9 209 217 207 200 199 273 260 199 207 183 210 287 197 250 284 224 182 294 292 282 268 206

90 Jimmy Staten DT 34 Anfornee Stewart S 78 Adam Stickel OL 12 Brent Stockstill QB 46 Max Ugboaja DE 77 Josh Walker OL 54 Evan Ward DE 52 Ykeem Wells LB

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25 Reggie Whatley RB -- Cey-ron Willingham WR 82 William Wilson FB

5-7 167 5-10 177 6-2 248

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Shon Akins CB Ismael Aurismond DE EdMarques Batties WR Richie Bisaccia S Devin Clarke WR A.J. Erdely QB Todney Evans DE Matthew Foster DE Lucas Hamilton TE Jahmal Jones DE Devante Lee DE Jimal McBride DT Michael Minter CB Kenderson Obas DT Dalton Ownby OL Chris Perkins WR Veion Robinson LB Canon Rooker PK Jevontey Smith WR Shannon Smith WR Daniel Stephens OL Kamani Thomas RB Conner Trent OL Shane Tucker RB Xavier Walker S HT. 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-2 5-9 6-5 6-0 6-4 WT. 170 225 190 185 170 205 210 235 240 210 227 280 175 275 285 215 200 165 195 200 290 195 300 210 200 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Hampton, Va./Norcross (Ga.) Fr. Miami, Fla./Hialeah Jr. Fresno, Texas/Hightower/Kilgore College Fr. Tampa, Fla./Freedom Jr. Sebring, Fla./Sebring/Butler CC Fr. Cumming, Ga./West Forsyth Fr. Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic Community Fr. Sparks, Ga./Cook County Fr. Lenoir City, Tenn./Lenoir City Fr. Norcross, Ga./Norcross Fr. Chicago, Ill./Simeon Career Academy Fr. Waycross, Ga./Ware County Fr. Atlanta, Ga./McNair Senior Fr. Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips Fr. Maryville, Tenn./Alcoa Jr. Hazelhurst, Miss./Hazelhurst/Pearl River CC Fr. Hampton, Ga./Lovejoy Fr. Richmond Hill, Ga./Richmond Hill Fr. Greensboro, Ala./Greensboro Fr. Macon, Ga./Westside Fr. Duluth, Ga./Peachtree Ridge Fr. Dallas, Ga./East Paulding Fr. Church Hill, Tenn./Volunteer Fr. Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School So. Duluth, Ga./Duluth/Itawamba CC

75 Darius Johnson OL 22 David Jones S 91 -- 34 10 J.D. Jones DT Michael Kee P John Kelly CB Logan Kilgore QB

6-3 293 5-11 200 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-3 322 169 181 201

4 Herbert King CB 13 Zachary Lopez P -- Travis McMillan WR 92 Patrick McNeil DT 89 Dearco Nolan DE

5-10 175 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-2 192 191 309 239

NORTH TeXAS
Dan McCarney HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Iowa 75

NORTH TEXAS

QUICK FACTS

Record at North Texas: 9-15 (.375) Third Season Career Record: 65-100 (.394) 15th Season Hometown: Iowa City, Iowa Birthdate: July 28, 1953

Location: Denton, Texas Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 36,111 Nickname: Mean Green Colors: Green and White Stadium: Apogee Stadium (30,850) President: Dr. V. Lane Rawlins Athletics Director: Rick Villarreal Football Administrator: Rick Villarreal Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3

V. Lane Rawlins, President

Rick Villarreal, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Associate A.D./Football SID Eric Capper Oce Phone 940-565-2476 Cell Phone 940-367-0727 E-Mail eric.capper@unt.edu Website www.MeanGreenSports.com Press Box Phone 940-369-7585
Rick Villarreal, Football Administrator Eric Capper, SID Dan McCarney

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 (Thu.) Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

IDAHO at Ohio BALL STATE at Georgia eat Tulane eat Louisiana Tech eat Southern Miss eRICE eUTEP eUTSA eat Tulsa (ESPN 3) (FSN) (TBD) (FCS) (CBSSN) (FCS) (FS1) (CSS/TW Texas) (TW Texas) (FSN)

TBA 7:00p 3:00p TBA 2:30p TBA 3:00p 6:00p 6:30p 2:30p 2:30p TBA

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Sunday, August 4 Media Day: Monday, August 5 Fall Classes Begin: Wednesday, August 28

eMIDDLE TENNESSEE

NORTH TEXAS
2012 RESULTS (4-8, 3-5 SUN BELt)
S1 S8 S15 S29 O6 O16 O27 N10 N17 N24 at (1) LSU (ESPNU) TEXAS SOUTHERN at (14) Kansas State at Florida Atlantic at Houston (CSS) LA.-LAFAYETTE (ESPN2) at Middle Tennessee SOUTH ALABAMA at Louisiana-Monroe at Western Kentucky (ESPN3) L W L W L W L L W L L 14-41 34-7 21-35 20-14 21-44 30-23 21-38 19-37 24-14 16-48 24-25 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 4-6 4-7 4-8 S22 TROY L 7-14

N3 ARKANSAS STATE
Zachary Orr

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 38/13 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Defensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/2 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING QB Derek Thompson RB Brandin Byrd OL Antonio Johnson OL Cyril Lemon OL Mason YBarbo WR Brelan Chancellor WR Carlos Harris TE Drew Miller DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Brandon McCoy DT Alexander Lincoln LB Zachary Orr LB Derek Akunne DB Zac Whiteld DB Marcus Trice DB Lairamie Lee DB Hilbert Jackson SPECIALISTS RETURNING K Zach Olen KEY LOSSES OL Aaron Fortenberry WR Chris Bynes TE Andrew Power DT Tevinn Cantly DE K.C. Obi LB Jeremy Phillips P Will Atterberry

HEAD COACH Dan McCarnEY


Alma Mater: Iowa 75

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2011- Head Coach, North Texas 9-15 (.375) 2 seasons 2008-10 Florida, Defensive Line 2007 South Florida, Defensive Line 1995-06 Head Coach, Iowa State 56-85 (.397) 12 seasons 1990-94 Wisconsin, Defensive Coordinator, Wisconsin 1979-89 Iowa, Oensive Line 1977-78 Iowa, Oensive Line

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COACHING STAFF
Assoc. HC/O. Coord./QBs Mike Canales (BYU 84) Def. Coord./Linebackers John Skladany (Central Connecticut St. 72) Cornerbacks Ryan Walters (Colorado, 08) Wide Receivers Mike Grant (Nebraska, 93) Safeties Noah Joseph (Drake, 99) Defensive Line Mike Nelson (Dayton, 69) Asst. HC / Tight Ends Nick Quartaro (Iowa, 77) Spec. Teams / Running Backs Tommy Perry (Texas A&M,03) Oensive Line Mike Simmonds (Indiana St., 84) Dir. of Football Operations Scotty Conley (Tex. A&M-Commerce, 70) Strength Coach Frank Wintrich (Kentucky Wesleyan, 02)

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Phone: 940-565-3653 Fax: 940-565-3470

NORTH TEXAS
NOtING tHE MEaN GrEEN
Since the opening of Apogee Stadium in 2011 and the start of the Dan McCarney era, North Texas has a home record of 7-4 in two seasons, a stark improvement since 2005. In the previous six seasons dating back to 2005, the Mean Green had won a combined ve home games in six years. For the rst time in 60 years the Mean Green had three players rush for more than 500 yards in a single season. UNT eclipsed the 2,000 yard rushing mark for the third time in the last four seasons. Brandin Byrd and Antoinne Jimmerson return and they combined to rush for 1,419 yards and nine touchdowns. It was the rst time since 1952 that three UNT players amassed 500 yards rushing in a season. It was the third time in school history that the feat has occurred, with the previous time coming in 1951. Running back Antoinne Jimmerson rushed for the most yards in a single season by a true freshman at North Texas since 2004 with 544 yards in 2012. Carlos Harris had 263 yards receiving, which was the most by a true freshman since the 2009 season. North Texas allowed the fewest sacks in the nation last season with six. In nine of the 12 games the Mean Green did not allow a sack. The Mean Green defense in 2012 held opponents to the fewest points allowed given up in a single season since 2006. In addition the North Texas defense held four opponents to 14 points or less, the most in a single season since 2003.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Brandin Byrd 205 875 4.3 4 85 A Jimmerson 108 544 5.0 5 45 TOTALS Passing Derek Thompson Brent Osborn TOTALS Receiving Ivan Delgado Darnell Smith Brelan Chancellor TOTALS 478 2102 4.4 17 85 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 214 372 .575 14 2649 14 0 2 .000 0 0 0 214 Rec 42 28 25 214 375 .571 14 2649 14

Yds. Avg. TD Long 570 13.6 0 51 379 13.5 2 41 450 18.0 5 80 2649 12.4 Long 48 14 80

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Zach Olen 11-16 .688 TOTALS

11-17 .647 48 Yards Avg. In 20 2888 41.3 23 2888 41.3 23 Long 67 67

Punting No. Will Atterberry 70 TOTALS Tackles Zachary Orr Derek Akunne Hilbert Jackson Lairamie Lee Marcus Trice TOTALS 70

Solos Ast Total 57 51 108 51 39 90 59 25 84 38 34 72 40 23 63 434 286 720

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Category NT Opponents First Downs 251 334 Rushes-Yards 478-2102 394-1984 Rushing Yards/Game 175.2 165.3 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 375-214-14 420-266-11 Completion Pct. .571 .633 Passing Yards 2649 3028 Passing Yards/Game 220.8 252.3 Total O. Plays/Yds 853-4751 814-5012 Total Oense/Game 395.9 417.7 Punts-Average 70-41.3 57-39.3 Punt Returns-Yards 8-17 11-110 Kicko Returns-Yards 38-729 26-690 Interceptions-Yards 11-45 14-118 Fumbles-Lost 11-4 15-8 Penalties-Yards 52-250 70-569 3rd Down Conversions 59-178 75-166 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .331 .452 4th Down Conversions 11-22 3-14 4th Down Conversion Percentage .500 .214 Sacks By-Yards 19-131 6-26 Avg. Time of Possession 32:57 27:03

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Zac Whiteld 3 -5 -1.7 0 Derek Akunne 2 38 19.0 0 TOTALS 11 45 4.3 0

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2013 rOStEr
NO. NAME POS. 97 Abbe, Richard DT 52 Akunne, Derek LB 19 Allen, Brandon DB 64 Anyiam, LaChristopher OL 69 Astorga, Joe OL 66 Banogu, Michael OL 60 Becker, Brice K 44 Bellazin, Aaron DE 16 Berglund, Brock QB 90 Boutwell, Ryan DT 19 84 5 31 24 Brown, Brady WR Brown, Quenton DE Busby, David DB Buyers, Kenny DB Byrd, Brandin RB WR HT. 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-11 5-11 5-10 WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 315 238 183 296 272 275 198 244 215 269 225 235 189 174 216 Sr. 3L Lubbock, Texas/Monterey Jr. 2L Garland, Texas/North Garland So. SQ Arlington, Texas/Summit Sr. 1L Allen , Texas/Allen Jr. SQ Dallas, Texas/W.T. White So. HS McKinney, Texas/Prosper Fr. HS Grand Rapids, Minn./Grand Rapids Sr. 3L Everman, Texas/Everman So. SQ Highlands Ranch, Colo./Kansas Sr. 3L China Springs, Texas/China Springs Sr. TR Argyle, Texas/Vanderbilt Jr. TR Tucker, Ga./Eastern Arizona CC So. 1L Coppell, Texas/Coppell So. 1L Hurst, Texas/LD. Bell Sr. 3L Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove Sr. SQ Whitehouse, Texas/Kansas Wesleyan Jr. 1L Killeen, Texas/Harker Heights Jr. TR Lucas, Texas/Trinity Valley CC Jr. 2L Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove So. SQ Iowa City, Iowa/Univ. of Iowa Fr. RS Frisco, Texas/Frisco Heritage So. SQ Duncanville, Texas/Duncanville Fr. RS Cedar Hill, Texas/Trinity Christian School Jr. 1L Argyle, Texas/Argyle So. SQ Deer Park, Texas/Deer Park Fr. HS Dallas, Texas/Seagoville Sr. TR Dallas, Texas/Louisville Fr. RS Buda, Texas/Hays Jr. SQ Pilot Point, Texas/Arkansas Sr. SQ Manseld, Texas/Manseld So. TR Arlington, Texas/Seguin Fr. RS Whitesboro, Texas/Whitesboro Fr. RS Arlington, Texas/Martin So. 1L Frisco, Texas/Frisco Fr. HS Corsicana, Texas/Corsicana Fr. RS Argyle, Texas/Liberty Christian Jr. 1L Euless, Texas/Trinity Sr. 3L Rowlett, Texas/Rowlett Fr. RS Houma, La./East Ascension Jr. TR Mesquite, Texas/Lon Morris So. 1L Dallas, Texas/DeSoto Jr. 2L Diboll, Texas/Diboll Jr. TR DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto Sr. SQ Des Moines, Iowa/Iowa Western CC Fr. RS Fort Worth, Texas/South Grand Prairie So. RS Lone Oak, Texas/Lone Oak Jr. DB Houston, Texas/Kilgore JC Fr. RS Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound Fr. RS Dallas, Texas/Life School of Oak Cli Jr. 2L Tyler, Texas/Chapel Hill Jr. 2L Marble Falls, Texas/Marble Falls Fr. RS Livonia, La./Livonia Jr. 1L Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Jr. 1L Cibolo, Texas/Steele So. SQ Grapevine, Texas/Grapevine Fr. RS Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs Jr. TR Salt Lake City, Utah/Snow JC So. 1L Missouri City, Texas/Fort Bend Elkins Jr. 2L Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie Jr. 1L Garland, Texas/Rowlett Sr. 3L Carrollton, Texas/Creekview Fr. RS Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider Jr. TR Hubbard, Texas/Trinity Valley CC NO. NAME POS. 5 McNulty, Andrew QB 23 Mensah, Andy WR 86 Miller, Drew TE 38 Monroe, Bryan RB 37 Olen, Zach K 91 Orr, Austin DE 35 Orr, Zachary LB 26 Paul, Zach K 2 Pegram, Reggie RB 17 Pleasant, Lynrick WR 41 Pratt, Ricky DB 42 Polk, Chad LB 89 Prior, Daniel TE 87 Renger, Brett WR 72 Rentfro, Ryan OL 30 Roberts, Jarrian DE 20 Rollins, Rex RB 39 Sashington, Konockus RB 82 Schrapps, Nick WR 80 Smith, Darnell WR 47 Smith, Jake LB 92 Smith, LaJaylin LB 18 Smith, Marcus TE 88 Smith, Tanner TE 29 Squier, Brock DB 10 Teegarden, Derrick WR 15 Terrell, Darius WR 7 Thompson, Derek QB 65 Thompson, Micah OL 8 Trice, Marcus DB 78 Trussell, Connor OL 20 Tucker, Andrew DB 37 Wade, Sheldon DB 70 Wallace, Sir Calvin DT 21 Warner, Freddie DB 53 Washington, Kendall LB 98 Watson, Dutton DT 23 Whiteld, Zac DB 26 Wilhite, Dimitri RB 11 Wright, Will LB 48 Wood, John LB 57 YBarbo, Mason OL HT. 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-8 5-9 6-4 6-1 5-9 5-9 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-4 5-8 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-3 5-9 5-8 6-2 6-0 6-2 WT. 202 215 260 192 228 268 223 175 218 200 170 226 240 202 309 238 195 214 202 208 205 228 238 234 194 198 220 226 308 197 295 196 180 308 177 220 261 180 203 221 225 309 YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE So. 1L Iowa City, Iowa/Iowa City So. HS Arlington, Texas/Summit Sr. 3L Prosper, Texas/Prosper Sr. SQ Prosper, Texas/Prosper Sr. 3L Richardson, Texas/Berkner So. SQ Seabrook, Texas/Clear Lake Sr. 3L DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto So. SQ Frisco, Texas/Wakeland Jr. TR Terrell, Texas/Purdue Sr. 2L Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Jr. TR Grand Prairie, Texas/Cisco JC So. 1L Dallas, Texas/Woodrow Wilson Sr. 3L Henderson, Texas/Henderson So. SQ Southlake, Texas/Carroll Fr. RS Flower Mound, Texas/Marcus Fr. RS Clarksville, Texas/Clarksville Fr. RS Tyler, Texas/Chapel Hill Jr. 1L Austin, Texas/Akins Fr. RS Beaumont, Texas/Kelly Sr. 1L Garland, Texas/Ellsworth CC Jr. SQ Denton, Texas/Guyer So. 1L LaPlace, La./St. Charles Catholic So. SQ San Antonio, Texas/Warren Jr. 1L Fort Worth, Texas/Nolan Catholic Fr. RS Sanger, Texas/Sanger Jr. 1L Odessa, Texas/Odessa Jr. TR DeSoto, Texas/Texas Sr. 3L Glen Rose, Texas/Glen Rose So. SQ Jones, Okla./Jones Sr. 1L Mesquite, Texas/Oklahoma Fr. RS Arlington, Texas/Martin Fr. HS Tyler, Texas/Chapel Hill Jr. TR Knoxville, Tenn./Austin Peay Fr. RS Tyler, Texas/Chapel Hill So. 1L Dallas, Texas/Pinkston So. SQ Manseld, Texas/Legacy Fr. RS Midland, Texas/Midland So. 1L Sherman, Texas/Sherman Sr. SQ Denton, Texas/Guyer Sr. 3L Garland, Texas/South Garland Fr. HS Whitesboro, Texas/Whitesboro Jr. 2L Sulphur Springs, Texas/Sulphur Springs

83 Caldwell, Carl

5-10 169 6-2 6-3 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-3 5-9 5-11 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-6 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-6 5-9 5-11 6-1 201 230 183 180 190 215 248 215 285 190 195 277 299 170 205 180 241 173 172 240 170 187 203 214 219 311 190 185 210

38 Campbell, Brendon DB 96 Carter, Cade TE 3 Chancellor, Brelan WR 31 Chelf, John WR 29 Cowley, Spencer WR 36 Davis, Brandon LB 56 Dilonga, Malik DE 54 Dunham, Blake DS 77 Ellard, Travis OL 14 Evans, Erick DB 1 Evans, Zed DB 51 Feldt, Boone OL 74 Feldt, Cam OL 17 Finch, Jordan DB 43 Fraction, Lloyd DB 6 Gill, Jordan QB 94 Haboul, Mustafa DT 9 Harris, Carlos WR 81 Hines, Christian WR 46 Horton, Brad DE 34 Hubbard, Willie WR 6 Jackson, Hilbert DB 32 Jarvis, Jamarcus DB 45 Jeerson, Tarik LB 22 Jimmerson, Antoinne RB 71 Johnson, Antonio OL 13 Johnson, Brandon WR 2 Johnson, D.Q. DB 58 8 13 50 85 27 62 4 50 95 98 40 70 18 15 49 93 99 53 Johnson, Tony DS Jones, Cooper TE Jones, James DB Kirby, Kaydon OL Lancaster, Roderick WR

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2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Brock Berglund QB Quenton Brown DE Chad Davis DB Zed Evans DB Sed Ellis LB James Jones DB Darvin Kidsy WR Chris Loving TE Justin Manu OL Shawn McKinney OL Calvin Minor LB Sid Moore DL Cody Nelson OL Reggie Pegram RB Wylie Reinhardt TE John Schilleci DB Fred Scott LB Turner Smiley WR Harrison Sorge OL Darius Terrell WR Andrew Tucker DB Dominick Walker OL Dajon Williams QB HT. 6-4 6-4 5-10 5-11 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-5 5-9 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-3 WT. 215 235 172 195 200 170 175 272 300 365 195 267 282 218 255 190 230 175 300 220 196 280 190 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE So. Highlands Ranch, Colorado/Kansas Jr. Tucker, Georgia/Eastern Arizona JC Fr. Richmond, Texas/Fort Bend Bush Sr. Seagoville, Texas/Louisville Fr. Paris, Texas/Paris Jr. Houston, Texas/Kilgore JC Fr. Missouri City, Texas/Fort Bend Elkins Jr. Klein, Texas/Blinn CC Jr. Salt Lake City, Utah/Snow JC Jr. Hubbard, Texas/Trinity Valley CC Fr. Lewisville, Texas/Lewisville Fr. Van, Texas/Van H Fr. Keller, Texas/Keller Jr. Terrell, Texas/Purdue Fr. Saginaw, Texas/Saginaw Fr. Denton, Texas/Guyer Fr. Kennedale, Texas/Kennedale Fr. Frisco, Texas/Frisco Wakeland Fr. Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider Jr. DeSoto, Texas/Texas Fr. Tyler, Texas/Chapel Hill Fr. Sugar Land, Texas/Fort Bend Austin Fr. Pugerville, Texas/Connally

6-4 224 5-11 170 6-3 300 6-2 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 200 189 321 217 217 266 235 180 300 193 203 233 257 302 365

Lee, Lairamie DB Lemon, Cyril OL Lewis, Mark RB Lewis, Robert LB Lincoln, Alexander DT Lynn, Jarrod TE Macek, Blake P Manu, Justin OL Marshall, Jamal LB Marshall, Mike DB Mason, Daryl DE McCoy, Brandon DE McDorman, Dylan DT McKinney, Shawn OL

RIce
David Bailiff HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Texas State 81

RICE

QUICK FACTS

Record at Rice: 30-44 (.405) Seventh season Career Record: 51-59 (.464) 10th season Hometown: San Antonio, Texas Birthdate: May 26, 1958

Location: Houston, Texas Founded: 1912 Enrollment: 6,082 Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Gray Stadium: Rice Stadium (47,000) President: David W. Leebron Faculty Athletics Representative: Rob Grin Interim Athletics Director: Rick Mello Football Administator: Rick Mello Basic Oense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-2-5

David Leebron, President

Rick Mello,Interim Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION

Assistant A.D./Sports Information: Chuck Pool Oce Phone: 713/348-5775 Cell Phone: 832/244-6476 Fax: 713/348-6019 E-Mail: cpool@rice.edu Website: www.RiceOwls.com Press Box Phone: 713/527-0250

Rick Mello, Football Administator

Chuck Pool, SID

David Baili

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 (Thu.) Nov. 16 Nov. 21 (Thu.) Nov. 30 at Texas A&M KANSAS (TBD) (CBSSN) (FSN) (CBSSN) (TW Texas) (CSS) (FS1) (CBSSN) (FS1) (FCS) TBA 6:30p 2:00p TBA 2:30p TBA 7:00p TBA 6:30p 6:00p 6:30p 2:00p Sept. 21 HOUSTON eat Tulsa eat UTSA eUTEP eat North Texas eLOUISIANA TECH eat UAB eTULANE

eFLORIDA ATLANTIC

at New Mexico State

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Sunday, August 4 Media Day: Monday, August 5 Fall Classes Begin: Monday, August 26

eConference game Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

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Taylor McHargue

2012 RESULTS (7-6, 4-4 C-USA)


A 30 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 UCLA (CBSSN) at Kansas (FSN) at Louisiana Tech (ESPN3) e MARSHALL (CSS) e HOUSTON (FSN) e at Memphis (FCS) UTSA (FCS) e at Tulsa (FSN) e SOUTHERN MISS (CSS) e at Tulane e SMU (CSS) e at UTEP (FCS) vs. Air Force (ESPN) L W L L L L W L W W W W W 24-49 25-24 37-56 0-1 1-1 1-2

51-54 (2ot) 1-3 14-35 10-14 34-14 24-28 44-17 49-47 36-14 33-24 33-14 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 3-6 4-6 5-6 6-6 7-6

2012 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 54/9 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 9/2 Defensive Returning/Lost: 10/1 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 1/1 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING QB Taylor McHargue RB Charles Ross OG Drew Carroll OT Jon Hodde LG Nico Carlson C Nate Richards OT Caleb Williams WR Donte Moore WR Jordan Taylor DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING NG Hosam Shahin DT Christian Covington DE Cody Bauer LB Cameron Nwosu LB James Radclie CB Phillip Gaines CB Bryce Callahan SS/CB Malcolm Hill KAT Paul Porras FS Julius White SPECIALISTS RETURNING K Chris Boswell KEY LOSSES WR Sam McGue TE Vance McDonald TE Luke Willson DE Jared Williams TE/P Taylor Cook

N 17 N 24 D 29

HEAD COACH DAVID BAILIFF


Alma Mater: Texas State 81

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2007- Rice Head Coach- 30-44 (.405) 6 Years 2004-2006 Texas State Head Coach- 21-15(.583) 3 seasons 2001-2003 TCU Defensive Coordinator 1997-2000 Texas State Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach 1992-1997 New Mexico Defensive Line Coach 1988-1992 Texas State Defensive GA/Defensive Line Coach 1982-1984 New Braunfels H.S. Defensive Line Coach

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COACHING STAFF
Assistant H.C./Special Teams/LBs Darrell Patterson (TCU, 84) Oensive Coordinator/Running backs Passing Game Coordinator/QBs Safeties Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers Defensive Line Oensive Line Oensive Graduate Assistant John Reagan (Syracuse, 94) Larry Edmondson (Texas A&M, 83) Larry Hoefer (McMurry, 72) Billy Lynch (Ball State. 02) Michael Slater (Texas State, 93) Ronnie Vinklarek (Texas State, 81) Ryan Cantrell (Kansas, 08) Defensive Coordinator/Cornerbacks Chris Thurmond (Tulsa, 75)

Special Teams Assistant/Tight Ends David Sloan (New Mexico, 95)

Oensive Graduate Assistant Anthony Seward Defensive Graduate Assistant Adrian Mayes (Kansas, 09) Defensive Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Sean Edmondson TBA

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 713/348-6900 Fax: 713/348-5298

RICE
NOtING tHE OWLS
Rice returns 19 of 22 starters from last years 7-6 Armed Forces Bowl champion team as well as 54 total lettermen. At the same, they will be led by an intact coaching sta. This is the rst time in David Baili s seven seasons that the team will be guided by the same sta. The Owls dominated the second half of the 2012 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, defeating Air Force, 33-14. Junior WR Jordan Taylor was named MVP after catching nine passes for a career-high 153 yards and his rst three touchdowns of the season. Rice set a team record for total oense in a bowl game with 508 yards, surpassing the 455 the Owls had in the 2008 Texas Bowl. Senior QB Taylor McHargue completed 60 percent of his passes for 2,209 yards and 12 touchdowns with just ve interceptions. He was also the leading rusher among quarterbacks in C-USA, gaining 667 yards on 164 attempts. McHargue tied for fifth in the league in rushing touchdowns with 11. Senior K Chris Boswell had six eld goals of 50-plus yards last season, the most in the FBS. His 11 career eld goals from 50 yards or longer are nearly triple the total of the next-highest returning kicker (Aaron Jones of Baylor has four). Boswell set school season records for eld goals (23) and kick scoring (114) in addition to career records for eld goals (51) and eld goal attempts (67) and kick scoring (270). He led C-USA in kick scoring and eld goals and nished fourth overall in scoring.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Charles Ross 147 800 5.4 5 64 Taylor McHargue 164 667 4.1 11 47 TOTALS Passing Taylor McHargue Driphus Jackson TOTALS Receiving Jordan Taylor Sam McGue Vance McDonald TOTALS 625 2623 4.2 26 64 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 194 325 .597 5 2209 12 39 69 .565 0 672 6 236 Rec 57 54 36 401 .589 5 2933 19

Yds. Avg. TD Long 826 14.5 3 46 603 11.2 5 88 458 12.7 2 38

236 2933 12.4 19 88 Long 57

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Chris Boswell 23-29 .793 TOTALS

23-29 .793 57 Yards Avg. In 20 1419 36.4 9 2407 37.0 16 Long 65 65

Punting No. Taylor Cook 39 TOTALS Tackles Paul Porras Cameron Nwosu Julius White Cody Bauer Hosam Shahin TOTALS 65

Solos Ast Total 64 29 93 55 37 92 55 24 79 36 15 51 27 18 45 524 280 804

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Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Rice Opponents 414 390 625-2623 506-2479 201.8 190.7 401-236-5 378-213-11 .589 .563 2933 3058 225.6 235.2 1026-5556 884-5537 427.4 425.9 65-37.0 69-41.5 19-82 14-48 38-876 27-561 11-159 5-76 24-17 28-16 72-660 75-681 100-220 63-170 .454 .371 12-17 12-16 .706 .750 28-180 32-224 34:00 26:00

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Paul Porras 2 75 37.5 1 Cameron Nwosu 2 27 13.5 0 TOTALS 11 159 14.5 2

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NO. NAME POS. 40 Gabe Baker SAF 90 Cody Bauer DE 14 Guy Billups QB 14 J.T. Blasingame CB 9 Chris Boswell K 8 Derek Brown WR 29 Bryce Callahan CB 55 Nico Carlson OL 76 Drew Carroll OL 23 Jayson Carter RB 5 Justin Carter SAF 27 Trevor Caswell LB 87 Connor Cella TE 56 Christian Covington DT 78 Brandon Dawkins OL K/P RB RB LB

2013 rOStEr

HT. 6-1 6-4 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-3 6-4 4-9 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-8 6-4

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 210 255 190 170 200 225 180 275 290 135 205 200 235 290 Jr. Sr, So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. 2L San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur 3L Pottsboro, Texas /Pottsboro 1L Oxford, Miss./Oxford 1L Atlanta, Ga./Mays 3L Keller, Texas /Fossil Ridge 1L Bay City, Texas /Bay City 2L Cypress, Texas /Cy Woods 2L Katy, Texas /Taylor 2L Abilene, Texas /Abilene SQ Houston, Texas /KIPP Houston SQ Hoover, Ala./Spain Park SQ Stony Point, Texas /Air Force RS Katy, Texas /Taylor 1L Vancouver, British Columbia/ Vancouver College Prep RS Dallas, Texas /Prestonwood Christian RS McKinney, Texas /Boyd RS San Antonio, Texas /McArthur 3L Paris, Texas /Chisum 1L San Antonio, Texas /Central Catholic 1L Cedar Park, Texas /Cedar Park 1L Arvada, Colo./Ralston Valley SQ San Antonio, Texas /Churchill 2L Missouri City, Texas /Elkins 2L Fort Worth, Texas /Trinity Valley 2L Missouri City, Texas / Hightower 3L Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie 1L Lansing, Mich./Eastern 3L Converse, Texas /Judson 2L Friendswood, Texas / Friendswood 3L Austin, Texas /Lake Travis 2L Pearland, Texas /Pearland RS Bartonville, Texas /Flower Mound 1L Copperas Cove, Texas / Copperas Cove RS Denton, Texas /Guyer 2L Plano, Texas /Frisco Liberty 2L Burton, Texas /Burton 1L Altair, Texas /Rice Consolidated 1L Kirbyville, Texas /Tyler JC 1L Cedar Hill, Texas /Cedar Hill SQ Houston, Texas /Eisenhower RS Ridgeeld, Conn./Ridgeeld 1L Prosper, Texas /Prosper SQ Katy, Texas /Cinco Ranch 2L Refugio, Texas /Refugio 3L Houston, Texas /Strake Jesuit 1L Fort Worth, Texas /Trinity Valley SQ McKinney, Texas /North RS Houston, Texas /Episcopal 3L Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch RS DeSoto, Texas /DeSoto RS Dallas, Texas /Lincoln 3L Cedar Parkv/Vista Ridge RS Pugerville, Texas / Hendrickson 3L Manor, Texas /Manor 1L Katy, Texas /Blinn JC SQ The Woodlands, Texas /The Woodlands 3L Houston, Texas /Klein Forest 1L Converse, Texas /Judson

NO. NAME POS. 18 Zach Patt DE 71 Connor Patterson OL 26 Turner Petersen RB 80 Grant Peterson DE 73 John Poehlmann OL 38 Darrion Pollard CB 22 Ryan Pollard CB 24 Paul Porras SAF 10 James Radclie LB 77 Andrew Reue OL 53 Nate Richards C 12 Charles Ross RB 93 Hosam Shahin DT 60 91 52 Matt Simonette OL Josh Skinner DE Spencer Stanley OL

HT. 6-2

300 Fr. 205 195 235 215 210 240 210 195 210 Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr.

39 Decell Cameron 32 Darik Dillard 30 Jeremy Eddington 46 Nick Elder

6 Zach Espinosa SAF 48 Farley Tanyan TE 32 Farrimond James K/P 25 Jaylon Finner DB 89 Christian Fletcher WR 19 Alex Francis CB 20 Corey Frazier SAF

10 Tyler Stehling QB 15 Jordan Taylor WR 37 Drew Travis CB 35 Luke Turner RB 12 Michael Warren CB 50 Chandler Watkins LB 7 Julius White SAF 74 Caleb Williams OL 99 Ross Winship DL 65 Matt Woord OL 9 Zach Wright QB

190 Sr. 215 Sr. 170 So. 185 Sr. 195 Sr. 240 Sr. 325 Jr. 275 Fr.

11 Garrett Fuhrman SAF 15 Phillip Gaines CB 83 Andre Gautreaux WR

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 240 Jr. 2L Honey Grove, Texas /Honey Grove 6-4 290 Fr. RS Tomball, Texas /Tomball 6-2 230 Jr. 2L Oklahoma City, Okla./Heritage Hall 6-6 245 So. SQ Austin, Texas /Westwood 6-5 270 So. SQ Brenham, Texas /Brenham 5-8 175 So. SQ Gilmer, Texas /Gilmer 5-8 165 So. SQ Arlington, Texas /Air Force 6-1 200 Sr. 3L Scottsdale, Ariz./Saguaro 6-1 220 Jr. 2L Katy, Texas /Cinco Ranch 6-5 290 So. 1L Austin, Texas /St. Michaels Academy 6-4 300 Sr. 1L Keller, Texas /Trinity Valley CC 6-1 230 Sr. 3L Schertz, Texas /Samuel Clemens 6-3 290 Sr. 3L Richmond, British Columbia/ Hugh Boyd Secondary 6-2 305 Jr. 1L Bellaire, Texas /Bellaire 6-4 250 Sr. 1L Silsbee, Texas /Silsbee 6-2 275 Fr. RS Fort Worth, Texas /Trinity Valley 6-4 215 Fr. RS Spring, Texas /Klein 6-5 210 Jr. 2L Denison, Texas /Denison 5-10 170 Jr. SQ Pugerville, Texas / Pugerville 6-1 210 So. 1L Gilmer, Texas /Gilmer 5-9 180 So. 1L Frankston, Texas /Frankston 6-0 215 Fr. RS Southlake, Texas /Keller 5-10 195 Jr. 2L Sugarland, Texas /Kempner 6-3 275 So. 1L Thompsons, Texas /Terry 6-4 290 So. 1L The Woodlands, Texas /Klein 6-7 305 So. SQ Cedar Park, Texas /Cedar Park 6-1 200 Fr. RS The Woodlands, Texas / College Park

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Trevor Gillette DE Ian Gray OL John Hamel OL Brandon Hamilton RB

5-11 210 So. 6-2 5-11 6-7 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-9 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-2 250 185 300 205 205 200 190 200 265 270 270 195 205 195 170 240 215 215 220 235 Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

58 Cody Henessee DT 2 Malcolm Hill SAF 79 Jon Hodde OL 85 Mario Hull WR 31 Broderick Jackson LB 5 Driphus Jackson QB 36 Fred Jackson DB 48 Adrian Jones SAF 45 Trevor Jones DE 59 Bobby Kiesewetter DL 96 Dylan Klare DE 84 Klein Kubiak WR 42 Michael Kutzler LB 33 Austin Laudenslager SAF 19 Connor Leisz WR 13 Tanner Leland DE 41 Alex Lyons LB 43 Tabari McGaskey LB 16 Taylor McHargue QB 86 Reid Mitchell TE 81 Donte Moore WR 92 Stuart Mouchantaf DL 47 Brioan Nordstrom DE 57 Cameron Nwosu 4 Dennis Parks LB WR

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Temi Alaka WR Anthony Canady II DB Ty Carter DS Jowan Davis RB Nate German QB Peter Godber OL D.J. Green LB Parker Hanusa DE Cole Hunt TE Brad Luvender DT Trey Martin OL Graysen Schantz DE Parker Smith WR Cole Thomas DB Kenneth Thompson OL Nick Uretsky LB Robby Wells III TE Brian Womac DE HT. 6-2 5-9 6-3 5-7 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-3 WT. 190 170 260 205 215 287 225 225 240 265 270 240 190 190 285 215 225 230 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Houston, Texas/Cy Falls Fr. Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Fr. Houston, Texas/Mayde Creek Fr. Sealy, Texas/Sealy Fr. Cypress, Texas/Cy Woods Fr. Toronto, Ontario, Canada/St Andrews Fr. Mesquite, Texas/Horn Fr. Austin, Texas/Westwood Fr. El Campo, Texas/El Campo Fr. Richmond, Texas/George Ranch Fr. El Campo, Texas/El Campo Fr. Hickory Creek, Texas/Lake Dallas Fr. Richmond, Texas/Travis Fr. Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch Fr. Houston, Texas/Langham Creek Fr. San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights Fr. Katy, Texas/Taylor Fr. Houston, Texas/Memorial

180 Sr. 290 Jr. 225 So.

5-10 240 Sr. 6-2 185 So.

SOUTHeRN MISS
Todd Monken HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Knox College 89

SOUTHERN MISS

QUICK FACTS

Record at Southern Miss: 0-0 (.000) First Season Career Record: 0-0 (.000) First Season Hometown: Wheaton, Ill. Birthdate: February 5, 1966

Location: Hattiesburg, Miss. Founded: 1910 Enrollment: 16,604 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Black and Gold Stadium: Carlisle-Faulkner Field at M.M. Roberts Stadium (36,000) President: Dr. Rodney Bennett Faculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Dennis Phillips Athletics Director: TBD Football Administrator: Jeremy McClain Basic Oense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-3

Dr. Rodney Bennett, President

SPORTS INFORMATION
Assistant AD/Football Contact: Jack Duggan Oce Phone: 601/266-4503 Cell Phone: 601/596-5637 Fax: 601/266-4507 E-Mail: jack.duggan@usm.edu Website: www.SouthernMiss.com Press Box Phone: 601/266-5523

Jeremy McClain, Football Administrator

Jack Duggan, SID

Todd Monken

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

TEXAS STATE at Nebraska at Arkansas at Boise State eFIU eat East Carolina eNORTH TEXAS eat Marshall eat Louisiana Tech eFLORIDA ATLANTIC eMIDDLE TENNESSEE (Big Ten Net) (TBD) (ESPN Networks) (CSS) (FSN) (FCS) (CBSSN) (CBSSN) (CSS) (CSS)

6:00p 5:00p TBA TBA TBA TBA 6:00p 11:30a 6:00p TBA TBA TBA

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Players Report: Thursday, August 2 Media/Fan Day: Saturday, Aug. 3 Fall Classes Begin: Wednesday, Aug. 22

eat UAB

SOUTHERN MISS
2012 RESULTS (0-12, 0-8 C-USA)
S1 S15 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3
Dominique Sullivan

at (16) Nebraska (ABC) e EAST CAROLINA (CBSSN) at Western Kentucky (ESPN3) (17) LOUISVILLE (CBSSN) BOISE STATE (FSN) e at UCF (CBSSN) e MARSHALL (CBSSN) e at Rice (CSS) e UAB (CSS) e at SMU (FSN) e UTEP (CBSSN) e at Memphis (CSS)

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20-49 14-24 17-42 17-21 14-40

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5

31-38 (2ot) 0-6 24-59 17-44 19-27 6-34 33-34 24-42 0-7 0-8 0-9 0-10 0-11 0-12

N10 N17

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 49/22 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 4/7 Defensive Returning/Lost: 9/2 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/2 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING RG Ed Preston RT Vincent Brown RB Jeremy Hester WR Dominique Sullivan DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Michael Smith DT Khyri Thornton NT Rakeem Nunez-Roches LB Dylan Reda LB Alan Howze SPUR Jerrion Johnson CB Deron Wilson CB Kalan Reed S Jacorius Cotton SPECIALISTS RETURNING K Corey Acosta KEY LOSSES LT Jason Weaver LG Joe Duhon C Austin Quattrochi RB Desmond Johnson WR Quentin Pierce LB Jamie Collins WR/KR Tracy Lampley P Peter Boehme

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HEAD COACH ToDD MonkEn


Alma Mater: Knox College, 89

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2013 Southern Miss Head Coach 0-0 (.000) First Season 2011-12 Oklahoma State, Oensive Coordinator 2010 Jacksonville Jaguars, Quarterbacks 2007-09 Jacksonville Jaguars, Wide Receivers 2005-06 LSU, Wide Receivers/Passing Game 2002-04 Oklahoma State, Wide Receivers/Passing Game 2000-01 Louisiana Tech, Running Backs/Wide Receivers 1993-99 Eastern Michigan, Oensive Coordinator 1991-92 Notre Dame, Graduate Assistant 1989-90 Grand Valley State, Assistant

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COACHING STAFF
Asst. Head Coach/Player Pers. Steve Buckley (Southern Miss, 85) Defensive Coor./LBs David Duggan (New Hampshire, 86) O. Coor./Outside Receivers Marcus Arroyo (San Jose State, 03) Special Teams Coor./Inside Rec. John Wozniak (Knox College, 99) Defensive Line Derrick LeBlanc (Northwestern State, 97) Oensive Line Pete Perot (Northwestern State, 79) Secondary/Cornerbacks Lytrel Pollard (Southern Miss, 98) Running Backs John Simon (Louisiana Tech, 03) Safeties Andrew Thacker (Furman, 07) Asst. AD/Football Ops John Carr (Louisiana Tech 96) Director of HS Relations Dayne Brown (Morehead State, 96)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 601/266-4567 Fax: 601/266-6597

SOUTHERN MISS
NOtING tHE EaGLES
Todd Monken takes over as the new Southern Miss head coach this fall after serving as oensive coordinator at Oklahoma State. He is the third Golden Eagles head football coach of the last four hired whose previous job was oensive coordinator at Oklahoma State. Each of the previous two (Je Bower and Larry Fedora) won at least one Conference USA championship during his tenure at the school. Senior DB Deron Wilson has started all 39 games of his career for the Golden Eagles. His 34 passes broken up ranks second on the schools career chart (behind Greg Brooks/2000-03 who had 47) and his eight interceptions are the most of any active Golden Eagle. Wilson registered 61 tackles and nine pass breakups last season. Senior LB Alan Howze is the teams leading returning tackler after nishing second with 66 stops last season. He added ve tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and forced two fumbles. The Golden Eagles return three of their top ve rushers from a season ago, including sophomore Jalen Richard, who tallied 426 yards and four scores on the ground in 2012. Southern Miss again plays a challenging nonconference schedule that includes trips to Nebraska, Arkansas and Boise State in September.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Desmond Johnson 98 Jalen Richard 87 Anthony Alford 105 TOTALS Passing Anthony Alford Arsenio Favor TOTALS Receiving Tracy Lampley Justin Sims Francisco Llanos TOTALS Yds. Avg. TD Long 519 5.3 3 58 426 4.9 4 35 329 3.1 6 23 479 1855 3.9 17 58 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 57 127 .449 4 664 2 37 67 .552 3 650 3 151 Rec 25 20 20 151 313 .482 13 2019 9

Yds. Avg. TD Long 330 13.2 0 39 294 14.7 0 56 226 11.3 0 41 2019 13.4 Long 51 9 81

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Corey Acosta 11-17 .647 TOTALS

11-17 .647 51 Yards Avg. In 20 2520 40.0 19 Long 64

Punting No. Peter Boehme 63 TOTALS Tackles Jamie Collins Alan Howze Deron Wilson Dylan Reda Emmanuel Johnson TOTALS

64 2544 39.8 20 64 Solos Ast Total 66 26 92 31 35 66 41 20 61 28 27 55 30 18 48 506 338 844

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2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Category Southern Miss Opponents First Downs 236 454 Rushes-Yards 479-1855 500-2490 Rushing Yards/Game 154.6 207.5 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 313-151-13 338-219-5 Completion Pct. .482 .648 Passing Yards 2019 2628 Passing Yards/Game 168.2 219.0 Total O. Plays/Yds 792-3874 838-5118 Total Oense/Game 322.8 426.5 Punts-Average 64-39.8 48-39.8 Punt Returns-Yards 6-40 21-190 Kicko Returns-Yards 53-1137 37-940 Interceptions-Yards 5-77 13-236 Fumbles-Lost 23-15 14-7 Penalties-Yards 57-486 66-633 3rd Down Conversions 61-169 80-161 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .361 .498 4th Down Conversions 7-16 6-11 4th Down Conversion Percentage .438 .545 Sacks By-Yards 19-150 30-206 Avg. Time of Possession 27:43 32:17

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Reggie Hunt 1 23 23.0 1 Deron Wilson 1 20 20.0 0 TOTALS 5 77 15.4 2

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2013 rOStEr

HT. 6-5 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-2 6-5 5-10 5-11 5-8 6-2 5-8 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-3

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 195 r-Fr. RS 185 r-Jr. 2L 264 187 262 227 182 188 186 200 159 214 273 289 200 271 278 280 Poplarville, Miss./Poplarville Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers r-So. SQ Terrytown, La./Jesuit r-Jr. SQ New Orleans, La./John Ehret r-Fr. RS Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown r-Jr. SQ Perry, Ga./Westeld -Fr. HS Mandeville, La./Mandeville r-So. 1L Gulfport, Miss./Gulfport So. 1L White Castle, La./White Castle r-Sr. JC Hattiesburg, Miss./Pearl River CC r-Fr. HS Slidell, La./Salmen Jr. 2L Franklinton, La./Franklinton r-So. 1L Flowood, Miss./University Christian School Sr. 2L Miami, Fla./ASA Institute r-Sr. 1L Collierville, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian r-So. SQ Slidell, La./Northshore r-So. SQ Charleston, S.C./Louisburg College r-So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla./North Gwinnett Sr. 2L LaGrange, Ga./Troup County r-Jr. SQ Madisonville, La./Mississippi College r-Fr. 1L Hattiesburg, Miss./North Forrest r-Fr. RS Gulfport, Miss./Harrison Central Fr. HS Waynesboro, Miss./Wayne County Jr. TR Hattiesburg, Miss./Oklahoma State/Oak Grove Jr. JC Gulfport, Miss./MGCCC/West Harrison r-Fr. SQ Alabaster, Ala./Evangel Christian So. 1L Flowood, Miss./Northwest Rankin r-Jr. SQ Meridian, Miss./Southeast Lauderdale r-Fr. SQ Meridian, Miss./Southeast Lauderdale r-So. 1L New Orleans, La./Brother Martin r-Sr. 3L Monticello, Miss./Lawrence r-So. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Briarwood Christian r-Fr. RS Montgomery, Ala./Carver Montgomery Sr. 3L Panama City, Fla./Arnold r-So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla./Ed White Sr. 3L Ocean Springs, Miss./Ocean Springs r-Sr. 2L Alpharetta, Ga./Blessed Trinity Jr. 2L McKenzie, Ala./McKenzie r-Sr. 3L Beaumont, Miss./Perry Central r-Jr. TR New Orleans, La./Texas Tech/O. Perry Walker r-Jr. 1L Hattiesburg, Miss./ Hattiesburg r-Sr. 3L Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain r-So. 1L Concord, Calif./Concord r-So. 1L Kennesaw, Ga./North Cobb r-Fr. RS Vancleave, Miss./Vancleave r-Jr. 2L Laurel, Miss./West Jones So. 1L Fort Valley, Ga./Peach County r-So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla./Bolles r-Fr. RS Franklin, Tenn./Tennessee State/Franklin r-So. TR Biloxi, Miss./Mt. Union/Biloxi r-So. SQ Pell Lake, Wis./Badger

71 Randal Agee OL 27 Keelan Anderson DB 75 Oliver Bates OL 47 Nic Bekkers DL 9 Matthew Bergeron QB 17 David Bertucci DB 3 Tyre Bracken RB 81 Rickey Bradley WR 89 Shawn Brickley WR 9 Chris Briggs WR 76 Michael Brinson OL 70 Vincent Brown OL 13 Chris Campbell QB 64 Chaz Cavignac OL 74 Cedric Chisolm OL 56 Garrett Clark OL

NO. NAME POS. 97 Rakeem Nunez-Roches DL 85 Lorenzo Patrick WR 35 Justin Penn LB 40 C.J. Perry LB 79 Taylor Peterson OL 77 Ed Preston OL 88 Rashun Prince WR 55 Dylan Reda LB 72 Aaron Reed OL 11 30 30 50 25 7 Kalan Reed DB Jalen Richard RB

HT. 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-4

WT. 290 189 212 231 293 309 176 230 305

YR. EXP. Jr. 2L r-Jr. SQ r-Jr. 2L r-Fr. RS

5-11 198 5-8 5-11 6-0 5-7 6-4 205 207 229 165 213

Juan Rodriguez FB Lance Schuert DS Justin Sims WR Kyle Sloter QB

16 Alex Smith DB 24 Dimitri Smith WR

5-10 194 5-7 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 5-11 5-10 162 262 201 194 230 186 308 216 206 174

28 Jacorius Cotton DB 92 Casey DAngelo DL 54 60 Lelland Ducksworth LB Brandon Farmer OL

5-11 195 5-11 260 6-1 6-2 6-4 5-8 5-9 6-1 6-6 207 314 300 161 190 210 241

78 Devin Farrior OL 80 Dillon Fedora WR

91 Michael Smith DL 18 Dominique Sullivan WR 17 Antonio Thomas, Jr. DB 99 Octavius Thomas DL 5 D.J. Thompson WR 98 Khyri Thornton DL 23 Markese Triplett WR 21 Marcus Turner DB 31 Alexander Walters DB 11 Cole Weeks QB 29 Delvin Welch DB 20 Ed Wilkins DB 49 Adam Williams DL 94 Anthony Wilson DL 22 Deron Wilson DB 14 Terrick Wright LB

23 C.J. Felix DB

6-0 199 5-10 233 5-10 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-2 166 282 227 181 211

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59 46

Josh Flanders

LB

Wil Freeman DL LB

48 Darrion Goudy 69 66

5-10 213 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-6 6-6 6-3 241 265 223 188 362 177 285 227

Johntre Goudy DL Jordan Greene OL RB WR

HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Phenix City, Ala./Central Sebastopol, Miss./Sebastopol Basseld, Miss./Basseld Bessemer, Ala./Bessemer Academy r-Jr. 2L Auburn, Ala./Auburn r-Sr. 2L Bacli, Texas/Dickinson r-Sr. SQ Toms River, N.J./Georgia Military Sr. 1L Santa Ana, Calif./Santa Ana CC r-So. JC Scottsdale, Ariz./Scottsdale CC/Chapin So. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Briarwood Christian So. 1L Alexandria, La./Peabody Magnet r-Fr. SQ Weston, Fla./Cypress Bay r-So. 1L Prattville, Ala./Prattville r-Sr. 1L Decatur, Ga./Redan r-Fr. RS Johns Creek, Ga./Mt. Pisgah Christian r-Sr. 3L McCall Creek, Miss./Franklin County r-Jr. RS Long Beach, Miss./Faulkner State r-So. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Wenonah Sr. 2L Taylorsville, Miss./Taylorsville r-Fr. RS Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven r-Sr. 2L Carrollton, Ga./Mt. Zion So. 1L Pearl, Miss./Pearl r-Sr. 3L Panama City, Fla./Bay r-Jr. 2L Louisville, Miss./Louisville r-Fr. RS McCalla, Ala./McAdory Sr. 2L Northport, Ala./Tuscaloosa County r-Jr. 1L Freeport, Fla./Freeport r-So. TR Baton Rouge, La./Mississippi Coll./Southern Lab r-So. 1L McDonough, Ga./Union Grove r-Jr. RS Clarksdale, Miss./Coahoma CC Sr. 1L Mideld, Ala./Jones County JC r-Sr. 3L New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker r-So. 1L Gadsden, Ala./Gadsden City

29 Kendrick Hardy 83 Cooper Harrington 96

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Parker Adamson QB Jomez Applewhite DB Dylan Bradley DL Trae Collins DB James Cox WR Rod Crayton DT James Davis OL Kelsey Douglas DB Devin Farrior OL Jerry Harris DT Tyreoune Holmes ATH Branton Lee WR Nick Mullens QB Evan Osborne DB George Payne RB C.J. Perry LB JaBoree Poole DE JaMarcus Revies WR Marquise Ricard WR Draper Riley TE Christopher Robinson DL Tyler Sarrazin K/P Xavier Thigpen DL Cameron Tom OL HT. 6-4 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-5 6-3 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-4 WT. 205 175 255 181 193 300 275 175 300 295 170 163 185 198 200 225 230 175 180 245 270 190 215 285 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Oxford, Miss./Oxford Fr. Basseld, Miss./Basseld Fr. Macon, Miss./Noxubee County Fr. Columbus, Miss./New Hope Fr. Tuscaloosa, Ala./Northridge Fr. Dadeville, Ala./Dadeville Fr. Jackson, Miss./Murrah Fr. Missouri City, Texas/Hightower Fr. Waynesboro, Miss./Wayne County Fr. Hueytown, Ala./Hueytown Fr. Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown Fr. Tallahassee, Fla./North Florida Christian Fr. Hoover, Ala./Spain Park Fr. Pearl, Miss./Pearl Fr. Mobile, Ala./St. Lukes Episcopal Fr. Bessemer, Ala./Bessemer Academy Fr. Brookhaven, Miss./Brookhaven Fr. Petal, Miss./Petal Fr. Baton Rouge, La./Southern Lab Fr. Harvey, La./West Jeerson Fr. Shreveport, La./Woodlawn Fr. Geismar, La./Dutchtown Fr. Soso, Miss./West Jones Fr. Baton Rouge, La./Catholic

Roderick Henderson DL

21 Jeremy Hester RB 73 Rashod Hill OL 37 Alan Howze LB 36 Bruce Johnson RB 12 Emmanuel Johnson DB 5 Jerrion Johnson LB 19 42 Urell Johnson DB TaDren Kennedy LB

5-10 228 5-11 181 6-0 205 5-10 174 5-7 5-8 6-2 6-7 6-3 6-4 5-10 6-0 5-10 218 169 200 231 249 237 183 203 159

87 Francisco Llanos WR 8 Ricky Lloyd QB 84 Max Mason TE 38 Jerry McCorvey DL 45 Dasman McCullum DL 26 DeBarriaus Miller DB 53 Jamil Murray LB 33 Matthew Moseley P 28 61 Kewin Nielsen K Bradley Nugent OL

5-10 183 5-11 260

TULANe
Alma Mater: Idaho, 1985

TULANE

Curtis CJ Johnson HEAD COACH


QUICK FACTS
Location:

Record at Tulane: 2-10 (.167), Second season Career Record: 2-10 (.167), Second season Hometown: New Orleans, La. Birthdate: November 5, 1961

New Orleans, La.


Founded:

1834

Enrollment:

13,486

Nickname:

Green Wave
Colors:

Olive Green and Sky Blue


Stadium:

Mercedes-Benz Superdome (72,000)


President:

Dr. Scott Cowen Rick Dickson Joseph Cali Multiple Multiple

Athletics Director: Football Administrator: Basic Oense: Basic Defense:

Dr. Scott Cowen, President

Rick Dickson, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Assistant AD/Football SID:

Roger Dunaway
Oce Phone: 504/862-8240 Cell Phone: Fax:

Joseph Cali, Football Administrator

Roger Dunaway, SID

Curtis Johnson

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 29 (Thu.) Sept. 7 Sept. 12 (Thu.) Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 JACKSON STATE SOUTH ALABAMA eat Louisiana Tech (CST) (FS1) 7:00p 2:30p 6:30p TBA TBA 2:30p 2:30p 2:30p TBA TBA 2:00p

504/452-2906 504/865-5379
E-Mail:

roger@tulane.edu
Website:

www.TulaneGreenWave.com
Press Box Phone:

at Syracuse at Louisiana-Monroe eNORTH TEXAS eTULSA (FCS) (CST) eEAST CAROLINA eat Florida Atlantic eat UTSA eat Rice (FCS)

504/558-5437

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Friday, August 2 Media Day: Monday, August 5 Fall Classes Begin: Monday, August 26

eUTEP 2:30p

eConference game Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

TULANE
Ryan Grant

2012 RESULTS (2-10, 2-6 C-USA)


S1 S8 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 RUTGERS (CBSSN) e at Tulsa (FSN) MISSISSIPPI (FSN) ULM (CST) e SMU (CSS) e at UTEP e UAB e RICE e at Memphis e EAST CAROLINA (CST) e at Houston (FSN) L L L L W L W L L L L 12-24 10-45 0-39 10-63 13-41 27-26 20-24 55-45 47-49 23-37 23-28 17-40 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 1-5 1-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10

at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN3) L

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 51/17 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Defensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 4/1 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING C Mike Henry RG Rio Mares LG Adam Skidmore OT Sean Donnelly RB Orleans Darkwa TE Matt Marsi WR Ryan Grant WR Justyn Shackleford DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Aaron Bryant DT Kenny Welcome DT Julius Warmsley LB Zach Davis LB Matthew Bailey CB Jordan Batiste CB Lorenzo Doss S Darion Monroe SPECIALISTS RETURNING K Cairo Santos P Peter Picerelli KR Josh Rounds PR Derrick Strozier KEY LOSSES QB Ryan Grin OT Eric Jones DE Austen Jacks LB Darryl Farley CB Ryan Travis S Shakiel Smith

HEAD COACH Curtis CJ Johnson


Alma Mater: Idaho, 1985

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2012 Tulane Head Coach 2-10 (.167), 1 year 2006-11 New Orleans Saints Receivers 1996-05 Miami (Fla.) Receivers 1995 California Receivers 1994 SMU Receivers 1989-93 San Diego State Receivers 1987-88 Idaho Receivers 1984-86 Lewiston (Idaho) High School Receivers

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COACHING STAFF
Oensive Coordinator Eric Price (Weber State, 90) Co-Defensive Coordinator/DL Co-Def. Coordinator/Secondary Linebackers/Special Teams Oensive Line Quarterbacks Secondary Receivers Jon Sumrall (Kentucky, 04) Lionel Washington (Tulane, 83) Barry Lamb (Oregon, 78) John McDonell (Carroll College, 81) Mike Neu (Ball State, 94) Jason Rollins (McNeese State, 96) Keith Williams (San Diego State, 96)

Tight Ends/Running Backs David Johnson (Nicholls State, 95)

Asst. AD/FB Ops & Recruiting Doug Lichtenberger (Cal Poly-SLO, 98) Graduate Assistant-Defense Chad Jenkins (Alabama State, 09) Graduate Assistant-Defense Graduate Assistant-Oense Kwahn Drake (Nicholls State, 09) Mike McCarty (Widener, 07)

Graduate Assistant-Oense Casey Robottom (Tulane, 11)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 504/865-5355 Fax: 504/865-5379

TULANE
NOtING tHE GrEEN WaVE
Senior WR Ryan Grant concluded the 2012 season with seven 100-yard games, which was the most among C-USA players, and tied the school singleseason mark set by Marc Zeno in 1987. Grant finished with 76 receptions for 1,149 yards. In just three seasons, he ranks eighth in school history in yards per catch (14.5), 11th in receiving yards (1,730) and 12th in touchdown catches (12). Senior K Cairo Santos was named the 2012 winner of the prestigious Lou Groza Award. Santos completed one of the finest campaigns by a kicker in NCAA history by finishing a perfect 21-of-21 on field goal attempts. Santos was named to the All-Conference USA First Team and joined 1996 Groza winner Marc Primanti as the only kickers in FBS history to stay perfect throughout a season in which they attempted 20 or more. Santos finished with one more make than Primanti, who was 20-of-20. Santos, who also connected 27-of-28 PAT attempts, led the FBS with 12, 40-plus yard field goals, including a pair of 50-yarders, and set the school record with a 57-yarder vs. Rice. He also nailed a 54-yarder against ULM. Santos led C-USA in field goal percentage (1.000), field goals per game (1.75) and ranked eighth nationally in field goals per game while sitting fifth in kicking points scored (89) per game (7.4), tied for fifth in PAT percentage (.963) and was seventh in overall points per game (7.4). Sophomore CB Lorenzo Doss played in all 12 games with nine starts as a true freshman in 2012, earning C-USA All-Freshman honors. He led the team in interceptions (5) while sitting tied for second in fumble recoveries (1), seventh with 44 tackles (33 solo, 11 assists) and tied for sixth in pass break-ups (2). Doss recorded the most interceptions by a Tulane freshman since 2003 and his interception total was the seventh-best effort in school

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Rob Kelley 81 286 3.5 0 15 Orleans Darkwa 81 241 3.0 3 32 TOTALS Passing Ryan Grin D.J. Ponder TOTALS Receiving Ryan Grant Rob Kelley Xavier Rush TOTALS 280 475 1.7 3 32 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 245 394 .622 11 2771 20 35 83 .422 5 333 2 310 Rec 76 46 43 310 536 .578 20 3359 23

Yds. Avg. TD Long 1149 15.1 6 68 340 7.4 4 31 520 12.1 5 62 3359 10.8 Long 57 23 79

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Cairo Santos 21-21 .500 TOTALS

21-21 .500 57 Yards Avg. In 20 2789 41.0 16 2919 41.1 16 Long 70 70

Punting No. Peter Picerelli 68 TOTALS Tackles Darion Monroe Zach Davis Darryl Farley Ryan Travis Shakiel Smith TOTALS 71

Solos Ast Total 61 36 97 50 28 78 31 31 62 34 19 53 38 11 49 543 330 873

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2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Category Tulane Opponents First Downs 214 299 Rushes-Yards 280-475 528-2675 Rushing Yards/Game 39.6 222.9 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 536-310-20 380-212-15 Completion Pct. .578 .558 Passing Yards 3359 3116 Passing Yards/Game 279.9 259.7 Total O. Plays/Yds 816-3834 908-5791 Total Oense/Game 319.5 482.6 Punts-Average 71-41.1 46-41.1 Punt Returns-Yards 13-144 35-202 Kicko Returns-Yards 44-847 23-523 Interceptions-Yards 15-321 20-294 Fumbles-Lost 21-13 18-9 Penalties-Yards 76-647 68-652 3rd Down Conversions 71-184 78-170 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .386 .459 4th Down Conversions 5-18 6-14 4th Down Conversion Percentage .278 .429 Sacks By-Yards 19-127 34-244 Avg. Time of Possession 29:23 30:37

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Lorenzo Doss 5 79 15.8 0 Ryan Travis 2 96 48.0 1 TOTALS 12 321 21.4 1

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NO. NAME POS. 45 Matthew Bailey LB 9 Kedrick Banks WR 14 Jordan Batiste CB 36 Devin Boutte WR 67 Bob Bradley OG 8 Devon Breaux WR 62 Steven Broccoli 38 Anthony Bronzo P/K S

2013 rOStEr

HT. 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-8 6-3 5-11

WT. 203 181 169 170 276 169

5-7 155 5-10 180 6-2 252 6-2 231 5-10 216 5-7 6-0 5-8 6-0 197 183 160 210

41 Aaron Bryant DE 40 Taylor Bullock LB 24 Dante Butler RB 27 86 Richard Carthon Brent Comardelle S WR WR RB

85 Larry Dace 26 Orleans Darkwa

94 Chris Davenport DT 21 Kyle Davis S 57 Zach Davis 47 Cameron DeJean 84 70 6 15 69 JoJo Dobbs LB LB WR

6-4 334 5-11 208 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-8 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-5 6-0 6-5 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-6 5-10 6-3 6-3 216 203 199 312 175 181 204 191 318 265 195 277 187 228 225 244 201 200 238 185 299 252 189 208 284

Sean Donnelly OT Lorenzo Doss CB Marc Edwards WR Jonathan Ginsburgh P

3 Ryan Grant WR 61 Colton Hanson OT

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64 68

Mike Henry OL Logan Hilton P/K

78 Todd Jacquet OT 16 Jordy Joseph QB 28 Rob Kelley RB 59 David Laborde LB 48 Royce LaFrance LB 5 Brandon LeBeau S 97 Michael Lizanich DS 81 Sydie London TE 49 Alex Macias WR 72 Rio Mares OG 88 Matt Marsi TE 2 Darion Monroe CB 11 Nick Montana QB 65 Zach Morgan C

-- Alex ONeill WR 60 Preston Paine OL 37 L.J. Parker CB 73 Alex Paul OG 83 Peter Picerelli 1 Devin Powell P QB

5-11 185 6-3 257 5-11 190 6-6 333 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-8 190 213 316 190 235 189 194 160

96 Corey Redwine DT 56 Dominique Robertson LB 53 Andre Robinson LB 25 Josh Rounds RB 82 Xavier Rush WR 19 Cairo Santos K

YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./Edna Karr Fr. RS New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 So. 1L Gramercy, La./Lutcher Jr. 1L New Iberia, La./Catholic So. SQ Medford, N.J./Shawnee Fr. RS Donaldsonville, La./ Donaldsonville So. SQ New York, N.Y./Fordham Prep Jr. SQ West Harrison, N.Y./Fordham Prep So. 1L Katy, Texas/Seven Lakes Jr. 2L New Iberia, La./Catholic Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./Brother Martin So. 1L Shreveport, La./C.E. Byrd Sr. 3L League City, Texas/Clear Creek So. SQ New Orleans, La./St. Augustine Sr. 3L Nashville, Tenn./The Ensworth School Gr. TR Manseld, La./Manseld/LSU Sr. 3L San Antonio, Texas/Ronald Reagan Sr. 3L Lawrenceville, Ga./Collins Hall Jr. 1L Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More Sr. SQ Washington, D.C./Walt Whitman Jr. 2L Pelham, N.Y./Trinity Pawling So. 1L New Orleans, La./St. Augustine So. 1L New Orleans, La./St. Augustine Sr. 3L Alexandria, La./Holy Savior Menard Central Sr. 3L Beaumont, Texas/West Brook Fr. RS New Braunfels, Texas/New Braunfels Sr. 2L Marrero, La./John Curtis So. SQ Alexandria, La./Holy Savior Menard Central So. 1L Harvey, La./Jesuit Jr. SQ New Iberia, La./New Iberia Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./Perry Walker So. SQ Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More So. 1L Harvey, La./Helen Cox Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./McMain Fr. HS Scottsdale, Ariz./Pinnacle So. 1L New Orleans, La./St. Augustine So.- SQ Miami, Fla./Belen Jesuit Sr. 3L Corrales, N.M./Cibola Jr. 2L Tomball, Texas/Tomball So. 1L LaPlace, La./East St. John Jr. JC San Francisco, Calif./Oaks Christian Sr. 3L Lake Charles, La./Sam Houston Fr. HS Waco, Texas/Reicher Catholic Jr. SQ Dallas, Texas Jesuit/Central Oklahoma Sr. 1L Port Allen, Texas/Port Allen So. 1L New Orleans, La./Isidore Newman So. 1L Warren, R.I./LaSalle Academy Fr. RS New Orleans, La./Perry Walker So. 1L Fairburn, Ga./Creekside Sr. 3L Cypress, Texas/Cypress Wood Jr. 2L Longwood, Fla./Lyman So. 1L New Orleans, La./McMain Jr. 2L Terry, Miss./Terry Sr. 3L St. Augustine, Fla./St. Josephs

NO. NAME POS. 58 Brandon Schmidt LB 35 Sam Scoeld S 80 Justyn Shackelford WR 66 Nathan Shienle OT 74 Adam Skidmore OG 76 Nate Skold OG 13 Derrick Strozier CB 22 Jordan Sullen CB 99 Calvin Thomas DT 43 Renaldo Thomas S 33 Lazedrick Thompson RB 95 Arturo Uzdavinis OT 29 Walker Van Hooser S -- 92 Marshall Wadleigh RB Julius Warmsley DT

HT.

93 Kenny Welcome DT 54 Devin Williams DE 42 Carlos Wilson WR

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Academy 5-8 226 Jr. SQ Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More 6-1 185 Jr. 2L Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More 5-11 174 Jr. 2L Suwanee, Ga./Berkmar 6-5 317 Fr. RS Tampa, Fla./H.B. Plant 6-6 315 Jr. 2L Bayville, N.J./Central Regional 6-6 289 So. 1L Omaha, Neb./Westside 5-8 181 Sr. 3L Orlando, Fla./Edgewater 6-0 200 Sr. 3L New Orleans, La./Edna Karr 6-3 286 So. 1L Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton 6-4 204 Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./St. Augustine 6-0 209 Fr. RS LaPlace, La./St. Charles Catholic 6-6 295 So. 1L Thonotosassa, Fla./Jesuit 6-1 177 Fr. RS Montgomery, Ala./Trinity Presbyterian School 5-11 195 Fr. HS Pearl River, La./Northshore 6-2 269 Sr. 3L Baton Rouge, La./St. Michael/ Army 6-2 289 Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 6-2 250 Sr. 3L Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch 5-9 187 Jr. 1L Grambling, La./Ruston

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Richard Allen CB Ade Aruna DE Sherman Badie RB Eric Bell DT Quinlan Carroll DE Tristan Cooper DB Chris Davenport DT Leonard Davis DB Jarrod Franklin CB Brandon Godfrey C Luke Jackson DE Tanner Lee QB Michael Lizanich DS Nico Marley LB Sergio Medina DB Nick Montana QB Kenneth Santa Marina OT Parry Nickerson CB Tanzel Smart DT Jason Stewart OG Chris Taylor OG Eric Thomas LB William Townsend CB Eldrick Washington DT Edward Williams LB HT. 5-9 6-6 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-3 WT. 167 230 190 245 216 175 330 186 194 255 210 192 220 180 210 200 320 170 290 315 315 225 190 240 221 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Metairie, La./John Curtis Christian Fr. La Porte, Ind./La Lumiere School Fr. Metairie, La./John Curtis Christian Fr. Harvey, La./West St. John Fr. Belle Chasse, La./Belle Chasse Fr. Tampa, Fla./Plant Fr. Manseld, La./Manseld/LSU Fr. Laplace, La./East St. John Fr. Baton Rouge, La./University Laboratory School Fr. Kenner, La./John Curtis Christian Fr. Laplace, La./St. Charles Catholic Fr. Destrehan, La./Jesuit Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz./Pinnacle Fr. Weston, Fla./Cypress Bay Fr. Boutte, La./Hahnville Jr. San Francisco, Calif./Oaks Christian/Mt. San Antonio Coll. Fr. New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35 Fr. Terrytown, La./West Jeerson Fr. Baton Rouge, La./Scotlandville Magnet Fr. New Orleans, La./Warren Easton Fr. Baker, La./Zachary Fr. Meraux, La./John Curtis Christian Fr. Miami, Fla./Miami Northland Fr. Harvey, La./Helen Cox Fr. New Orleans, La./Warren Easton

TULSA
Bill Blankenship HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Tulsa 79

TULSA

QUICK FACTS

Record at Tulsa: 19-8 (.704), Third season Career Record: 19-8 (.704), Third season Hometown: Spiro, Okla. Birthdate: December 12, 1956

Location: Tulsa, Okla. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 4,100 Nickname: Golden Hurricane Colors: Old Gold, Royal Blue, Crimson Stadium: H.A. Chapman Stadium (30,000) President: Dr. Steadman Upham Faculty Athletics Representative: Christopher Anderson Athletic Director: Dr. Derrick Gragg Football Administrator: Dr. Derrick Gragg Basic Oense: Spread No-Huddle Basic Defense: 4-3

Dr. Steadman Upham, President

Dr. Derrick Gragg, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Associate A.D./Football SID: Don Tomkalski Oce Phone: 918-631-3200 Cell Phone: 918-640-0683 Fax: 918-631-3913 E-Mail: donald-tomkalski@utulsa.edu Website: www.TulsaHurricane.com Press Box Phone: 918-631-5513 or 631-5514

Dr. Derrick Gragg, Football Administrator

Don Tomkalski, SID

Bill Blankenship

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 29 (Thu) Sept. 14 Sept. 26 (Thu.) Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 14 (Thu.) Nov. 23 Nov. 30 eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

at Bowling Green at Oklahoma IOWA STATE eRICE eat UTEP eat Tulane eUTSA eat East Carolina eMARSHALL eat Louisiana Tech eNORTH TEXAS

(ESPN U) (CBSSN) (FS1) (CBSSN) (FS1/FSN) (CST) (CSS) (FS1/FSN) (FS1) (CBSSN) (FS1/FSN)

6:00p 6:00p 6:30p 2:30p TBA 2:30p TBA TBA 6:30p 6:00p TBA

Sept. 7 COLORADO STATE

(ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) 11:00a

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Friday, August 2 Media Day: Monday, August 5 Fall Classes Begin: Monday, August 26

TULSA
2012 RESULTS (11-3, 7-1 C-USA)
S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 11 O 20 N 3
Shawn Jackson

at Iowa State (FSN) e TULANE (FSN)

L W W W W W W W L W W L W W

23-38 45-10 66-16 27-26 49-42 45-38 33-11 28-24 15-19 41-7 23-21 27-35 33-27 (ot) 31-17

0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 7-2 8-2 9-2 9-3 10-3 11-3

NICHOLLS STATE FRESNO STATE (CBSSN) e at UAB e at Marshall (CBSSN) e UTEP (FSN) e RICE (FSN) at Arkansas (SEC Network) e at Houston (CBSSN) e UCF (FSN) e at SMU (FX) UCF (ESPN2) vs. Iowa State (ESPN)

N 10 N 17

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 41/15 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 7/4 Defensive Returning/Lost: 3/8 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/1 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING OG Jake Alexander OG Stetson Burnett WR Keyarris Garrett QB Cody Green WR Jordan James WR Thomas Roberson RB Trey Watts DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING LB Shawn Jackson LB Trent Martin SAF Marco Nelson SPECIALISTS RETURNING P Cole Way PR Trey Watts KEY LOSSES H-B Willie Carter OT Brian DeShane C Trent Dupy OT Jared Grigg LB DeAundre Brown DT Daeshon Buord DE Cory Dorris CB John Flanders DT Derrick Jackson SAF Dexter McCoil CB Lowell Rose DE Jared St. John

N 24 D 1 D 31

HEAD COACH BiLL BLankEnship


Alma Mater: Tulsa 79

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2011 2010 Tulsa Head Coach 19-8 (.704) Tulsa Senior Associate Head Coach

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2007-09 Tulsa Assistant Head Coach 1991-05 Union High School Head Coach 1989-90 Edmond Memorial High School Head Coach 1985-88 Spiro High School Head Coach 1984 Sapulpa High School Head Coach

1983 Eastwood Christian High School

COACHING STAFF
Def. Coordinator & Linebackers Brent Guy (Oklahoma State 83) Defensive Ends Adam Blankenship (Illinois State 08) Safeties Jess Loepp (Central Oklahoma 00)

Defensive Tackles Calvin Thibodeaux (Oklahoma 06) Cornerbacks Darnell Walker, Sr. (Northeastern State) O. Coordinator/Receivers Asst. HC, TE, ST Coordinator Greg Peterson (Nebraska Wesleyan 84) Scott Downing (Sterling College 79)

Assistant Head Coach/Oensive Line Denver Johnson (Tulsa 81) Running Backs Dan Bitson (Tulsa 92) Quarterbacks Graduate Assistant David Johnson(Tulsa08) Director of Football Operations Kyle Grooms (Tulsa 08)

Director of High School Relations Clint Rountree (Tulsa 05)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 918/631-2393 Fax: 918/631-2127

TULSA
NOtING tHE HUrrICaNE
Tulsa has won 10-plus games in four of the last six seasons and has been to a bowl game in seven of the last eight seasons. Tulsa defeated Iowa State in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, 31-17. The victory allowed the Golden Hurricane to tie the school record for victories in a season with 11 (set in 2008). Tulsa won the C-USA Championship Game over UCF, 33-27, in overtime. The victory gave the Golden Hurricane its rst conference title since 2005. Senior RB Trey Watts was named MVP of both games. He ran for 149 yards and had 249 all-purpose yards in the Liberty Bowl, while rushing 25 times for 134 yards, one touchdown and scored on a 54-yard punt return in the C-USA title game. Watts nished the season with a league-high 2,191 all-purpose yards (1,108 rushing, 343 receiving, 154 punt return yards, 586 kicko return yards). Tulsa returns its three starting receivers (Keyarris Garrett , Jordan James, Thomas Roberson), two tailbacks that shared starting time and combined to rush for 2,044 yards and 10 TDs (Trey Watts, 1,108 yards and 3 TDs and JaTerian Douglas, 936 yards, 7 TDs) and starting QB (Cody Green). Senior LB Shawn Jackson has 18 career sacks for -113 yards and 37 TFLs for -162 yards. He needs two more sacks to tie the school record and three more TFLs to tie for the school record for tackles for lost yardage.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Trey Watts 186 J. Douglas 137 Alex Singleton 202 TOTALS Passing Cody Green TOTALS Receiving Keyarris Garrett Willie Carter Jordan James Trey Watts TOTALS Yds. Avg. TD Long 1108 6.0 3 77 936 6.8 7 81 800 4.0 24 48 689 3440 5.0 41 81 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 228 419 .544 11 2592 17 248 Rec 67 49 41 34 248 471 .527 13 2960 19

Yds. Avg. TD Long 845 12.6 9 70 382 7.8 3 31 568 13.9 2 42 343 10.1 0 45 2960 11.9 Long 45 19 74

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Daniel Schwarz 12-18 .667 TOTALS

12-18 .667 45 Yards Avg. In 20 3009 39.1 24 3009 37.6 24 Long 61 61

Punting No. Cole Way 77 TOTALS Tackles DeAundre Brown Dexter McCoil Shawn Jackson Demarco Nelson Lowell Rose TOTALS 80

Solos Ast Total 81 44 125 59 32 91 55 33 88 52 28 80 45 11 56 596 356 952

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Category Tulsa Opponents First Downs 486 331 Rushes-Yards 689-3440 520-1674 Rushing Yards/Game 245.7 119.6 Passes Att./Comp./Int. 471-248-13 481-269-12 Completion Pct. .527 .559 Passing Yards 2960 3195 Passing Yards/Game 211.4 228.2 Total O. Plays/Yds 1160-6400 1001-4869 Total Oense/Game 457.1 347.8 Punts-Average 80-37.6 101-42.4 Punt Returns-Yards 31-254 23-226 Kicko Returns-Yards 36-959 48-893 Interceptions-Yards 12-67 13-225 Fumbles-Lost 29-11 24-15 Penalties-Yards 63-586 88-748 3rd Down Conversions 91-237 84-231 3rd Down Conversion Percentage .384 .364 4th Down Conversions 21-37 6-21 4th Down Conversion Percentage .568 .286 Sacks By-Yards 53-356 9-59 Avg. Time of Possession 30:18 29:42

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Dexter McCoil 5 38 7.6 0 Demarco Nelson 2 18 9.0 0 TOTALS 12 67 5.6 1

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TULSA
NO. NAME POS.

2013 rOStEr

HT.

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 216 270 295 200 195 300 293 232 RS Liberal, Kan./U. of Kansas 1L Tulsa, Okla./BT Washington 2L Jenks, Okla./Jenks 1L Grand Prairie, Texas/Bowie RS Carrollton, Texas The Oakridge School Fr. RS Guthrie, Okla./Guthrie So. SQ Rio Grande, N.M./Cleveland Jr. TR Pittsburgh, Pa./Ohio University Fr. RS North Little Rock, Ark./Pulaski Academy Sr. 3L Lawton, Okla./MacArthur Fr. RS Hopkins, Minn./Bethany Academy So. SQ Springdale, Ark./Springdale So. SQ Colleyville, Texas/Colleyville Heritage Fr. RS Little Rock, Ark./Catholic Fr. GS Wuling, La./Hahnville Sr. SQ Purcell, Okla./Purcell Jr. 1L Austin, Texas/Syracuse Univ. Jr. 2L Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert Sr. 3L Arlington, Texas/Arlington Lamar Fr. RS Colorado Springs, Colo./ Palmer Ridge So. SQ Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley West Fr. RS Sanger, Texas/Sanger Fr. RS Midwest City, Okla./Midwest City So. 1L Austin, Texas/Lake Travis Fr. RS Fort Worth, Texas/Paschal Fr. RS Claremore, Okla./Claremore Jr. 2L Daingereld, Texas/ Daingereld So. SQ Vista, Calif. Rancho/Buena Vista Fr. RS Houston, Texas/Memorial So. 1L Sallisaw, Okla./Sallisaw Sr. 1L Dayton, Texas/U. of Nebraska Sr. 3L Copperas Cove, Texas/ Copperas Cove Jr. 1L Tulsa, Okla./Union Fr. RS Edmond, Okla./Edmond Memorial So. 1L Gilbert, Ariz./Perry Jr. 1L Tahlequah, Okla./Tahlequah Sequoyah Sr. 3L Tulsa, Okla./McLain Sr. 3L Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More Fr. RS Tulsa, Okla./Memorial Sr. 3L Bixby, Okla./Bixby Sr. 1L Norman, Okla./Norman Fr. RS Ashland, Neb./Greenwood So. SQ Tulsa, Okla./Holland Hall So. 1L Jenks, Okla./Jenks Fr. TR Tulsa, Okla./Metro Christian So. SQ Missouri City, Texas/John Foster Dulles Fr. RS Tulsa, Okla./Jenks Fr. HS Abilene, Texas/Abilene So. 1L Hennessey, Okla./Hennessey Jr. RS Hennessey, Okla./Army So. 1L Jenks, Okla./Jenks Jr. 2L Waco, Texas/Midway Fr. GS Yukon, Okla./Bethany Sr. 2L Oklahoma City, Okla./Bishop McGuinness So. 1L Richmond, Texas/Bush Sr. 3L Glenpool, Okla. Glenpool Jr. SQ Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr.

47 Blake Abbott LB/DS 6-0 54 Derrick Alexander DE 6-2 77 Jake Alexander OG 6-2 42 Zik Asiegbu LB 6-0 2 Josh Atkinson WR 6-2 78 Blake Belcher OT 61 Josh Bencke OG 58 Colt Buehner LB 5 74 19 18 8 Jeremy Brady DB Stetson Burnett OG Joseph Byron TE Joseph Calcagni QB Je Calvert DB 6-5 6-0 6-2

NO. NAME POS. 22 Shawn Norman LB 32 Mitchell Osborne LB 91 Alex Pace DT 39 Marcus Pate DB 11 Derek Patterson WR 88 Cory Rahmings DE 33 26 29 Rob Riederer Thomas Roberson Kenneth Salazar LB WR PK

5-11 195 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-2 5-8 6-3 5-9 314 208 207 189 274 175 171 264 180

48 Colby Scott TE 89 Thomas Shamet DT 56 Evan Sheets DT 48 Conner Sherwood LB 30 Chris Showels WR 53 Jake Sizelove LB 30 Luke Snider DB 33 Michael Sorrells H-B 76 Garrett Staord OG 38 Craig Suits LB 12 Micheal Thomas DB 97 Brentom Todd DE 84 Trevor Toliver H-B 70 Jerry Uwaezuoke DT 13 Brad Valentino QB 39 Eddie Venters H-B 4 Darnell Walker, Jr. DB 63 Chris Wallace OG 75 Davis Walton OT 22 Trey Watts TB 28 Cole Way P 49 Bradley White DB 6 Darrell Williams DB 41 Cody Wilson H-B 82 Tyler Wilson TE

95 Hayden Carman DE 7 Johnell Celistan DB 29 Jonathan Chavira DB 87 Charlie Copa TE 9 Dwight Dobbins DB 25 6 86 JaTerian Douglas Brock Dowling Zach Epps TB WR WR QB RB

5-11 199 5-11 167 6-5 206

9 Dane Evans 20 James Flanders

6-2 207 5-11 186 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-4 198 301 275 221

80 Conner Floyd WR 54 James Floyd OG 57 Dylan Foxworth C 1 Keyarris Garrett WR

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51 Daniel Gibney

LB

5-11 232 5-10 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-0 200 303 245 226 330 227

44 Toby Gilbert LB 68 Garrett Gladd OT 7 Cody Green QB 43 Donnell Hawkins LB 62 Alec Henry OG 35 Matt Hickman LB 18 Rey Higuera DS 46 Chris Hummingbird DE 55 12 Shawn Jackson Jordan James LB WR

HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 5-11 180 Fr. RS Freeman, Mo./Belton 6-2 210 Jr. 2L Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll 6-3 242 Sr. SQ Shaker Heights, Ohio/St. Edwards 5-11 176 Sr. 1L Austin, Texas/Lake Travis 6-0 189 So. 1L Kingsher, Okla./Kingsher 6-3 245 Fr. RS Broken Bow, Okla./Broken Bow 6-0 217 Fr. GS Holton, Kan./Holton 6-3 195 Jr. 2L Tulsa, Okla./Union 5-7 161 Sr. SQ Broken Arrow, Okla./Air Force Academy 6-2 242 So-. SQ Enid, Okla./Enid 6-2 258 Fr. RS Fairway. Kan./Bishop Miege 6-3 242 So. WO Broken Arrow, Okla./Union 6-2 231 Fr. RS Tulsa, Okla./Cascia Hall 5-8 160 Jr. RS Round Rock, Texas/Vista Ridge 6-0 217 Jr. 2L Argyle, Texas/Argyle 5-10 185 Jr. 2L Tulsa, Okla./Union 6-2 202 So. 1L Austin, Texas./McCallum 6-5 314 So. 1L Tulsa, Okla./Memorial 6-0 210 Fr. GS Sunnyvale, Texas/Poteet 6-0 225 Fr. RS Lawton, Okla./MacArthur 6-3 240 Jr. 2L Tulsa, Okla./Union 6-0 249 Jr. JC Sapulpa, Okla./Sapulpa/NEO 6-3 270 Fr. RS Houston, Texas/Westbury 6-1 213 So. RS Norman, Okla./Butler CC 5-9 260 Jr. JC Muskogee, Okla./Muskogee, Okla./NEO 5-11 175 Fr. RS Bolivar, Mo./Bolivar 6-5 318 Fr. RS Sperry, Okla./Sperry 6-3 285 Jr. RS Tulsa, Okla./Bishop Kelley/ NEO 5-11 200 Sr. 3L Fairfax, Va./Oakton 6-8 226 Jr. 2L Tulsa, Okla./Union 6-0 176 So. SQ Tyler, Texas/Grace Community 5-10 185 So. 1L Houston, Texas/Westeld 6-0 238 Sr. 2L Broken Arrow, Okla./Lincoln Christian 6-7 248 Fr. RS Ponca City, Okla./Ponca City

5-11 231 6-2 260 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-5 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-2 255 210 218 215 292 218 271 211 225 180 200 195 280 217 233 191 230 302

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Will Barrow CB Joe Bean SAF Rob Boyd OL Jesse Brubaker DT Ray Crockett CB Frankie Davis DE C.J. Gooden LB Chris Hall H-B Jake Hanks LB Jaylen Lowe ATH *Keevan Lucas WR Blake Mejia OL Ben Oberste ATH Lionell Phillips DT Dalton Rodriguez DE Devin Rolan LB Ryan Rubley QB Kolton Shindelar TE Kerwin Thomas DB Zac Uhles OL Zach Webb DT *enrolled at mid-semester HT. 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-1 6-4 6-6 5-10 6-4 6-2 WT. 170 195 310 260 170 235 220 235 230 180 195 280 203 285 258 230 200 252 160 260 280

89 Patrick Jansen TE 27 DeWitt Jennings LB 98 Jack Jewell DT 91 Blake Kitrell TE 52 Billy Lafortune C 24 Zack Langer TB 51 Evan Lanoue LB 3 Zachary Lathrop DB 28 Matt Linscott DB 4 Keevan Lucas WR 99 Derrick Luetjen DT 40 Matthew Luetjen LB 40 Trent Martin LB 37 Austin McDaniel DB 92 Garrett McGrady DE 65 Gabe Moyer OG 1 20 46 Michael Mudoh DB Marco Nelson DB Will Noel DB

5-10 195 6-0 195 6-0 184

YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Dallas, Texas/Skyline Fr. Hooker, Okla./Hooker Fr. Vian, Okla./Vian Fr. Wylie, Texas/Wylie East Fr. Southlake, Texas/Southlake Carroll Fr. Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow Fr. Ashdown, Ark./Ashdown Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Union Fr. Fort Collins, Colo./Fort Collins Fr. Owasso, Okla./Owasso Fr. Abilene, Texas/Abilene Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Union Fr. Sallisaw, Okla./Sallisaw Fr. Garland, Texas/Naaman Forest Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Union Fr. McAlester, Okla./McAlester Fr. Highlands Ranch, Colo./Mountain Vista Fr. Liberty, Mo./Liberty Fr. Wagoner, Okla./Wagoner Fr. Norman, Okla./Norman Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Metro Christian

UAB
Garrick McGee HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Oklahoma, 96

UAB

QUICK FACTS

Record at UAB: 3-9 (.250), Second season Career Record: 3-9 (.250), Second season Hometown: Tulsa, Okla. Birthdate: April 6, 1973

Location: Birmingham, Ala. Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 17,999 Nickname: Blazers Colors: Forest Green and Old Gold Stadium: Legion Field (72,000) President: Dr. Ray L. Watts Athletics Director: Brian Mackin Football Administrator: Shannon Ealy Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3

Dr. Ray L. Watts, President

Brian Mackin, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Associate A.D./Football SID: Norm Reilly Oce Phone: 205/934-0722 Cell Phone: 205/936-1793 Fax: 205/934-7505 E-Mail: nreilly@uab.edu Website: www.UABSports.com Press Box Phone: 205/327-5228
Shannon Ealy, Football Administrator Norm Reilly, SID Garrick McGee

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 21 (Thu.) Nov. 30 eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

at Troy at LSU at Vanderbilt eat FIU eat UTSA eMIDDLE TENNESSEE eat Marshall eRICE (TBD) (TBD) (CSS) (TW Texas) (FCS) (CSS) (FS1) NORTHWESTERN STATE eFLORIDA ATLANTIC

6:00p TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Noon 11:00a TBA 6:30p TBA

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Saturday, August 17 Media Day: Saturday, August 17 Fall Classes Begin: Monday, August 26

eat East Carolina eSOUTHERN MISS

UAB
2012 RESULTS (3-9, 2-6 C-USA)
S 1 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27
Jackie Williams

TROY (FCS) at (8) South Carolina (FSN) at (16) Ohio State (BTN) e TULSA

L L L L

29-39 6-49 15-29 42-49 52-3 17-39 38-45 45-55 27-19 38-31 9-46 24-49

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 2-7 3-7 3-8 3-9

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA W e at Houston (FSN) e EAST CAROLINA (FCS) e at Tulane e at Southern Miss (CSS) e MARSHALL (CSS) e MEMPHIS e at UCF (FSN) L L L W W L L

N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 51/17 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Defensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/1 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING OL Billy Autrey TE Kennard Backman OL Cameron Blankenship QB Austin Brown OL John Hix OL Kaycee Ike RB Darrin Reaves WR Jackie Williams DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DT Connor Boyett DT Deric Scott DE Diaheem Watkins DE Chris Walton LB Patrick Bastien CB Lamarcus Farmer SAF Jake Ganus SAF Calvin Jones SPECIALISTS RETURNING K Ty Long P Hunter Mullins KEY LOSSES WR Nick Adams WR Patrick Hearn OL Chris Hubbard LB Marvin Burdette LB Greg Irvin CB Cornelius Richards

HEAD COACH Garrick McGEE


Alma Mater: Oklahoma, 96

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2012 UAB Head Coach 3-9 (.250), 1 year 2010-11 Arkansas Oensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2008-09 Arkansas Quarterbacks 2006-07 2004-05 2003 2002 2000-01 1999 1996-98 Northwestern Oensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Northwestern Wide Receivers UNLV Wide Receivers/Kicko Return Unit Toledo Wide Receivers Jacksonville Jaguars Quality Control Northern Iowa Wide Receivers/Kicko Return Unit Langston Defensive Backs/Quarterbacks/Receivers/ Special Teams

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COACHING STAFF
Oensive Coordinator/WRs Defensive Coordinator/Outside LBs Asst. Head Coach/Inside LBs Special Teams/Asst. Secondary Tight Ends Defensive Line/Recruiting Coor. Oensive Line Secondary Richard Owens (Louisville, 03) Reggie Johnson (Louisville, 06) Matt Sanders (Louisville, 06) Joseph Henry (Arkansas, 09) Kevin Peoples (Carroll College, 95) John Peterson (Ohio State, 91) Brandon Sharp (Louisville, 07) Jimmy Williams (William Tyndale, 99)

Running Backs Eric Evans (DePauw, 04)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 205/934-7586 Fax: 205/975-9865

UAB
NOtING tHE BLaZErS
UAB returns eight starters on both sides of the ball for the 2013 season, including an offensive unit that ranked among the best in school history last fall. The Blazers registered 5,029 offensive yards and averaged 28.2 points last season, third-most in the UAB record book in both categories. In addition, UABs 308.8 passing yards per game established a school record and was the 19th-best mark in the country in 2012. The Blazers will bring back their top passer, leading rusher and best receiver from last season for the 2013 campaign. QB Austin Brown set a UAB freshman record for passing yards in a season with 2,673 while Darrin Reaves tallied the third-highest rushing total for a season in Blazer annals with 1,037 yards. Reaves also had 13 rushing touchdowns. WR Jackie Williams registered 58 receptions for 799 yards, team bests in both. Jackie Williams will enter his senior season in 2013 with the nations longest consecutive games streak with at least one reception. Williams has now caught at least one pass in every game he has played for the Blazers during his career and has a catch in 35 straight contests. K Ty Long has made 30-of-36 field goals in his first two years as a Blazer and his 83.3 percent accuracy mark is the best in UAB history. He has not missed a field goal from inside 43 yards during his career. He owns the two-longest field goals in UAB history having kicked a 54-yarder at Ohio State and a 53-yarder against SE Louisiana.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Darrin Reaves 215 Bashr Coles 39 Greg Franklin 36 TOTALS Passing Austin Brown Jonathan Perry TOTALS Receiving Jackie Williams Nick Adams Patrick Hearn Darrin Reaves TOTALS Yds. Avg. TD Long 1037 4.8 13 30 262 6.7 1 39 180 5.0 2 29 416 1323 3.2 19 39 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 205 355 .577 12 2673 15 74 122 .607 1 1033 6 279 Rec 52 45 42 41 279 479 .582 13 3706 21

Yds. Avg. TD Long 799 15.4 1 63 656 14.6 2 66 628 15.0 3 76 302 7.4 1 42 3706 13.3 Long 54 21 76

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Ty Long 14-17 .824 TOTALS

14-17 .824 54 Yards Avg. In 20 2239 44.8 14 2239 43.1 14 Long 61 61

Punting No. Hunter Mullins 50 TOTALS Tackles Marvin Burdette Greg Irvin Calvin Jones Jake Ganus Lamarcus Farmer TOTALS 52

Solos Ast Total 90 67 157 45 27 72 39 32 71 36 27 63 28 22 50 493 366 859

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Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

UAB Opponents 339 450 416-1323 477-2192 110.2 182.7 479-279-13 356-232-6 .582 .652 3706 2935 308.8 244.6 895-5029 833-5127 419.1 427.2 52-43.1 53-38.5 26-261 22-358 33-687 32-816 6-71 13-164 22-14 16-12 87-761 70-680 70-177 70-161 .395 .435 10-28 3-12 .357 .250 20-118 42-313 30:46 29:14

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Lamar Johnson 2 13 6.5 0 Marvin Burdette 1 36 36.0 1 TOTALS 6 71 11.8 1

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NO. NAME POS. 20 Dequindre Adams CB 39 Colin Anderson PK 54 86 Billy Autrey OL Kennard Backman TE

2013 rOStEr

HT.

WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE

47 Patrick Bastien LB 71 Cameron Blankenship OL 48 Connor Boyett DE 21 Kelton Brackett CB 16 Jeremiah Briscoe QB 11 Austin Brown QB 19 Devon Brown CB 81 Rakayle Brown WR 56 Roscoe Byrd OL 68 Albert Calloway OL 29 David Calloway RB 72 Wesley Carter OL 93 Jose Casanova DL 25 Destin Challenger LB 96 Jewel Christian DT 32 23 63 35 8 3 Bashr Coles RB Tevin Crews LB Uneik Crumbley OL Grant Davis TE Jay Davis SAF Lamarcus Farmer CB

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24 Greg Franklin RB 4 Jake Ganus SAF 91 Neal Gray DE 78 Aaron Green OL 18 8 57 84 36 60 Trey Grissett DE Nyiakki Height WR John Hix OL Rickey Hrabowskie WR Jamal Hundley WR Kaycee Ike OL SAF FB

11 Calvin Jones 38 Santonio Jones 42 10 2 30 17

Shaq Jones LB Vashon Landers CB Ty Long PK Tamar Mickens RB Mike Miller QB

55 Jontavious Morris DL 36 Hunter Mullins P 70 Hayden Naumann OL 1 Jamarcus Nelson WR 76 Brian OLeary OL 45 Jesse Parrish LB 14 Jonathan Perry QB 26 Larry Pettaway LB 80 Steve Pickren DE 13 Darius Powell CB 82 Bud Pruitt FB 49 Chris Rabb LB

5-10 190 So. 1L Columbus, Ga./Carver 5-10 185 So. SQ Stone Mountain, Ga./ Stephenson 6-2 290 Sr. 2L Columbus, Miss./East Mississippi CC 6-3 258 Jr. 2L Austell, Ga./Whiteeld Academy 6-3 227 Sr. 3L Immokalee, Fla./Immokalee 6-4 305 So. 1L Alexander City, Ala./Benjamin Russell 6-5 267 Sr. 3L Danielsville, Ga./Madison County 5-11 186 So. 1L Mobile, Ala./Blount 6-3 210 Fr. HS Houston, Texas/Stratford 6-1 208 So. 1L Flowery Branch, Ga./Flowery Branch 5-11 182 So. 1L Hoover, Ala./Spain Park 5-8 169 Jr. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Minor 6-3 319 So. 1L Albany, Ga./Albany 6-0 285 Jr. SQ Irondale, Ala./Shades Valley 5-8 195 Sr. SQ Conyers, Ga./Rockdale County 6-4 280 So. SQ Purvis, Miss./Purvis 6-2 270 So. SQ Vestavia Hills, Ala./Vestavia Hills 5-11 215 So. 1L Hoover, Ala./Spain Park 6-2 295 Sr. 1L Osyka, Miss./Southwest Mississippi CC 5-11 212 So. 1L Tucker, Ga./Tucker 6-2 212 So. 1L Brent, Ala./Bibb County 6-3 327 So. SQ Americus, Ga./AmericusSumter 6-4 255 So. HS Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood 6-1 194 Jr. 2L Lilburn, Ga./Parkview 5-11 170 So. 1L Pensacola, Fla./West Florida Tech 5-11 197 Sr. 3L Marietta, Ga./Marietta 6-2 190 So. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Chelsea 6-1 240 R-Fr. RS Chelsea. Ala./Chelsea 6-3 300 Jr. 1L Indianapolis, Ind./Miles College 6-5 260 Jr. 2L Warner Robins, Ga./Houston County 6-2 190 So. 1L Marietta, Ga./Osborne 6-2 270 Jr. 2L Auburn, Ala.Auburn 6-1 187 Sr. 2L Hoover, Ala./Hoover 5-9 180 So. SQ Trussville, Ala./HewittTrussville 6-5 293 Sr. 2L Lawrenceville, Ga./Central Gwinnett 5-10 187 Sr. 2L Petal, Miss./Copiah-Lincoln JC 5-11 220 Sr. 1L Heidelberg, Miss./Jones County JC 6-3 200 So. 1L Lanett, Ala./Lanett 6-1 175 So. 1L Opelika, Ala./Opelika 6-2 188 Jr. 2L Roswell, Ga./Roswell 5-10 299 Jr. SQ Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park 6-2 195 So. SQ West Palm Beach, Fla./The Kings Academy 6-2 295 So. 1L Albany, Ga./Albany 6-3 195 Jr. 1L Tallassee, Ala./Tallassee 6-5 280 So. 1L Decatur, Ala./Decatur 5-11 160 Jr. 2L Mideld, Ala./Mideld 6-2 290 Jr. 2L Venice, Fla./Venice 6-0 220 Sr. 1L Wetumpka, Ala./Wetumpka 6-2 210 Sr. 2L Baltimore, Md./Dunbar 6-2 210 R-Fr. RS Eight Mile, Ala./Blount 6-4 245 R-Fr. RS Pell City, Ala./Pell City 5-10 181 So. 1L Foley, Ala./Foley 6-3 255 Sr. 2L Theodore, Ala./Theodore 5-10 220 So. 1L Hueytown, Ala./Hueytown

NO. NAME POS. 5 Darrin Reaves RB 85 Marcus Reaves WR

52 Shaquille Roberson LB 77 Victor Salako OL 95 Deric Scott DT 33 Derek Slaughter LB 85 Nolen Smith TE 65 Dominic Sylvester OL 22 D.J. Vinson WR 90 Chris Walton DE 29 Zachary Warren CB 37 Shalin Waterford SAF 46 Diaheem Watkins DE 14 Cortez Webb SAF 40 Acorye White 34 Daniel White WR LB

15 Jackie Williams WR 69 Joe Winston OL 50 Daron Wright DE

HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 5-10 210 Jr. 2L Birmingham, Ala./ClayChalkville 6-2 190 Fr. HS Birmingham, Ala./ClayChalkville 6-4 220 So. 1L Camp Hill, Ala./Reeltown 6-6 315 R-Fr. RS Huntsville, Ala./Grissom 6-3 285 Sr. 2L Atlanta, Ga./Carver 5-11 195 So. 1L Pelham, Ala./Univ. of Nebraska 6-3 205 Jr. 2L Oneonta, Ala./Oneonta 6-4 315 Jr. RS Horseheads, N.Y./Alfred State College 5-10 194 Jr. 1L Clay, Ala./Clay-Chalkville 6-3 260 Jr. 2L Atlanta, Ga./Grady 5-8 174 Fr. RS Madison, Ala./Bob Jones 5-11 190 So. 1L Harvest, Ala./Sparkman 6-4 258 Jr. 2L Brent, Ala./Bibb County 6-2 189 Sr. 1L Wichita, Kan./Butler County CC 5-7 170 Sr. /SQ Montgomery, Ala./Ohio Wesleyan 6-2 234 Sr. 3L Apopka, Fla./Hargrave Military 5-11 190 Sr. 3L Prichard, Ala./Vigor 6-3 315 R-Fr. RS Harvest, Ala./Sparkman 6-2 271 So. RS Atlanta, Ga./Grady

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. *Jeremiah Briscoe QB *DeVante Scott WR Ervin Alston LB James Caligone CB Jalan Coleman LB Kingsley Ejike DE Brandon Fuller LB J.J. Green WR Tristan Henderson TE Jordan Howard RB Maudrecus Humphrey WR Vincent Hunter OL JeNiah Jackson LB Nick Jackson SAF Jimmy Jean CB Tajh Lowe SAF Greg Maclin SAF T.J. McCollum SAF Myles McKee QB Rodney Morris WR Jordan Petty CB Zach Sims OL Andra Smith DT Jamari Staples WR * denotes midyear signees HT. 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-4 WT. 215 180 215 190 210 230 220 180 265 228 185 295 200 205 180 180 185 205 210 215 180 290 305 190 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Houston, Texas/Stratford Jr. Ferriday, La./Copiah-Lincoln CC Fr. Jacksonville, Fla./Fleming Island Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Booker T. Washington Fr. Daphne, Ala./Daphne Fr. Covington, Ga./Newton Fr. Birmingham, Ala./Clay-Chalkville Fr. Florence, Ala./Florence Jr. Los Alamitos, Calif./Cerritos College Fr. Gardendale, Ala./Gardendale Jr. Hoover, Ala. (Univ. of Arkansas) Fr. Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven Fr. Hoover, Ala./Spain Park Fr. Birmingham, Ala./Wenonah Jr. Pompano Beach, Fla./Arkansas Baptist Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Booker T. Washington Fr. Tanner, Ala./Tanner Fr. Birmingham, Ala./Clay-Chalkville Jr. Asheville, N.C./Sierra (Calif.) College Fr. Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta Fr. Florence, Ala./Florence Fr. Homewood, Ala./Homewood Fr. Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven Fr. Lineville, Ala./Central

UTeP
Sean Kugler HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: UTEP 89

UTEP

QUICK FACTS

Record at UTEP: 0-0 (.000) First Season Career Record: 0-0 (.000) First Season Hometown: Lockport, N.Y. Birthdate: August 9, 1966

Location: El Paso, Texas Founded: 1914 Enrollment: 22,749 Nickname: Miners Colors: Dark Blue, Orange, Silver Accent Stadium: Sun Bowl (51,500) President: Dr. Diana Natalicio Faculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Stephen Aley Athletics Director: Bob Stull Football Administrator: Chris Park Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple

Dr. Diana Natalicio, President

Bob Stull, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Associate A.D./Football SID: Denise Mata Oce Phone: 915-747-6653 Cell Phone: 915-820-2458 Fax: 915-747-5444 E-Mail: mdmata@utep.edu Website: www.UTEPAthletics.com Press Box Phone: 915-747-5154

Chris Park, Football Administrator

Denise Mata, SID

Sean Kugler

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 eConference game
Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Mountain and subject to change

NEW MEXICO eUTSA at Colorado State eLOUISIANA TECH eTULSA eat Rice at Texas A&M eat North Texas

(FCS) (FCS) (CBSSN) (CBSSN) (FS1/FSN) (CSS) (TBD) (CSS/TW Texas)

6:00p 6:00p 6:00p 1:30p 5:30p TBA TBA TBA 1:30p 1:30p TBA

at New Mexico State

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Wednesday, August 7 Media/Fan Day: Saturday, August 24 Fall Classes Begin: Tuesday, August 27

eFIU 6:00p eat Tulane eat Middle Tennessee

UTEP
Jordan Leslie

2012 RESULTS (3-9, 2-6 C-USA)


S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O11 O20 O27 N10 N17 N24 (4) OKLAHOMA (FSN) at Mississippi (FSN) NEW MEXICO STATE at Wisconsin (ESPN 2) e at East Carolina (KVIA) e SMU (TW Texas) e at Tulsa (FSN) e TULANE e at Houston (CSS) e UCF (FCS) e at Southern Miss (CBSSN) e RICE (FCS) L L W L L L L W L L W L 7-24 10-28 41-28 26-37 18-28 0-17 11-33 24-20 35-45 24-31 34-33 24-33 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 3-9

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 42/22 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 7/4 Defensive Returning/Lost: 4/7 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 1/3 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING RB Nathan Jeery WR Jordan Leslie OL Kyle Brown OL Brander Craighead OL Jerel Watkins TE Kevin Perry WR Malcolm Trail DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DT Germard Reed DL Marcus Bagley DL Horace Miller LB A.J. Ropati SPECIALISTS RETURNING KR Autrey Golden KEY LOSSES QB Nick Lamaison C Eloy Atkinson OT James Nelson WR Michael Edwards LB Aubrey Alexius LB Josh Fely DB DeShawn Grayson DB Shane Huhn DB Drew Thomas DL Greg Watkins DB Darren Woodard P Ian Campbell

HEAD COACH SEan KugLEr


Alma Mater: UTEP 89

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2013 UTEP Head Coach 0-0 (.000) First Season 2010-12 Pittsburgh Steelers, Oensive Line 2007-09 Bualo Bills, Oensive Line 2006 Boise State, Oensive Line/ Assistant Head Coach 2004-05 Detroit Lions, Oensive Line 2001-03 Detroit Lions, Tight Ends 1995-00 UTEP, Oensive Line 1994 1993 1992 UTEP, Tight Ends UTEP, Graduate Assistant Gaither (Fla.) H.S., Oensive Line

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1990-91 Tampa Bay Vo-Tech H.S., Oensive Line/Defensive Line

COACHING STAFF
Defensive Coordinator Oensive Coordinator/QBs Scott Stoker (Northwestern State 89) Patrick Higgins (William Penn 86) Assistant Head Coach/O. Line Spencer Leftwich (Stephen F. Austin 88) Defensive Line Andrew Browning (Boise State 07) Speed, Strength and Conditioning Defensive Backs Tight Ends Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Linebackers Wide Receivers Kirk Davis (Akron 98) Gabe Franklin (Boise State 04) Brian Natkin (UTEP 03) Robert Rodriguez (UTEP 04) Todd Whitten (Stephen F. Austin 87)

Running Backs Cornell Jackson (Sterling College 86)

Assistant Athletic Director for Football Operations Nate Poss (Rice 78)

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 915/747-5224 Fax: 915/747-5027

UTEP
NOtING tHE MINErS
UTEP football begins a new era under the direction of rst-year head coach Sean Kugler. He is no stranger to the program, having lettered at UTEP from 1985-88 and was part of the football sta from 1993-2000. Kugler spent three seasons as the oensive line coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers prior to his return to the Sun City. He spent 11 years in the NFL having also coached with the Detroit Lions and Bualo Bills. The Miners return 42 letterwinners and 12 starters from last years squad. UTEP has seven starters returning on oense and four starters back on defense. Overall, the Miners have 24 players who have starting experience returning for 2013. Six individuals who accounted for 89 percent of UTEPs rushing yards from 2012 return for the 2013 campaign. UTEP scored 32 touchdowns last season. Seven of the nine players who scored last year return and they combined for 23 of those 32 TDs. Junior RB Nathan Jeery was UTEPs leading rusher with 897 yards (4.9 avg.) on 184 carries in 2012. He registered two contests with more than 170 yards rushing (Oklahoma and UCF) and recorded three multiple touchdown games. Jordan Leslie compiled 973 yards on 51 receptions, the eighth-highest season total in school history. He had three contests with more than 100 receiving yards, including 218 yards at Tulsa.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Nathan Jeery 184 897 4.9 7 71 Blaire Sullivan 59 240 4.1 2 40 TOTALS Passing Nick Lamaison Carson Meger TOTALS Receiving Jordan Leslie Mike Edwards Malcolm Trail Craig Wenrick TOTALS 455 1782 3.9 13 71 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 126 252 .500 9 1686 12 46 76 .605 3 504 1 198 Rec 51 51 16 12 198 376 .527 13 2688 16

Yds. Avg. TD Long 973 19.1 6 65 820 16.1 8 62 121 7.6 0 16 150 12.5 1 23 2688 13.6 Long 45 16 65

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Steven Valadez 10-15 .667 TOTALS

10-18 .556 45 Yards Avg. In 20 2814 42.6 18 2814 42.6 18 Long 72 72

Punting No. Ian Campbell 66 TOTALS Tackles Josh Fely Drew Thomas DeShawn Grayson Aubrey Alexius A.J. Ropati TOTALS 66

Solos Ast Total 44 68 112 48 33 81 39 41 80 31 35 66 22 36 58 424 550 974

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Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

UTEP Opponents 254 357 455-1782 481-2332 148.5 194.3 376-198-13 384-229-7 .527 .596 2688 2950 224.0 245.8 831-4470 865-5282 372.5 440.2 66-42.6 56-40.7 19-191 21-65 46-1096 23-472 7-20 13-237 22-10 22-12 58-501 56-488 62-174 73-169 .356 .432 8-21 9-15 .381 .600 20-144 31-173 29:33 30:27

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Darren Woodard 2 20 10.0 0 Shane Huhn 2 0 0.0 0 TOTALS 7 20 2.9 0

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2013 rOStEr
NO. NAME POS. 65 Mike Amdall OL 92 Adam Ayala DL 8 Marcus Bagley DL 23 Josh Bell RB 63 Gino Bresolin OL 40 Cooper Brock DL 79 Corin Brooks OL 62 Kyle Brown OL 35 Trey Brown LB 72 Blake Bullard OL 57 Joseph Camacho LB 37 Ivan Cangas P 85 Peter Carreon WR 49 Daniel Carrillo LB 94 Jesse Chavis OL 58 Brander Craighead OL. 98 Eddie Custard DL 91 70 18 74 64 Vince Czerniewski DL Jerome Daniels OL James Davidson DL John De La Rosa OL Nick Dooley LS HT. 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-7 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-8 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-3 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-4 6-0 5-9 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-6 6-3 6-1 WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 320 275 325 220 285 260 320 275 210 275 230 165 190 210 275 300 220 289 285 235 310 310 200 315 195 210 255 230 200 190 175 165 180 270 190 195 220 305 195 200 180 225 185 285 210 240 230 235 225 175 195 315 240 180 185 235 235 205 225 275 265 280 Jr. 1L Plano, Texas/Plano East Sr. 3L Huntsville, Texas/Huntsville Sr. 1L Mesquite, Texas/North Mesquite Jr. 1L Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner Fr. HS Redmond, Wash./Eastlake Jr. 1L Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove Jr. 0L Riverside, Calif./Arlington Jr. 2L Conroe, Texas/Conroe So. 1L Brownwood, Texas/Lancaster Jr. RS Killeen, Texas/Grossmont JC Fr. HS El Paso, Texas/Austin Sr. 0L El Paso, Texas/Hanks Fr. RS El Paso, Texas/Riverside Fr. RS El Paso, Texas/El Paso Jr. TR Tucson, Ariz./Sabino/Pima CC Sr. 3L Ottawa, Ontario, Canada/Fork Union Military Academy Jr. TR Faunsdale, Ala./Amelia Love Johnson/Alabama So. TR Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny/ Duquesne Fr. RS Little Elm, Texas/Little Elm Sr. 3L Huntsville, Texas/Huntsville Fr. RS Bay City, Texas/Bay City So. 1L Scottsdale, Ariz./Scottsdale Christian Academy Fr. RS Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge Sr. 1L Refugio, Texas/Refugio So. 1L Humble, Texas/Humble So. RS Dallas, Texas/Northern Arizona So. 0L Mesquite, Texas/Poteet Jr. 2L Houston, Texas/Westeld Fr. HS Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge So. 1L El Paso, Texas/Coronado So. SQ El Paso, Texas/Riverside Jr. TR Riverside, Calif./Riverside CC So. 1L Willis, Texas/Willis Fr. RS Galena Park, Texas/North Shore So. 1L Red Oak, Texas/Red Oak Fr. RS Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines So. TR El Paso, Texas/Andress/New Mexico State Fr. HS Las Vegas, Nev./Chaparral Jr. 2L Dallas, Texas/Skyline Jr. 1L Caddo Mills, Texas/Caddo Mills Jr. 1L Redlands, Calif./Aquinas Fr. RS Los Angeles, Calif./Grand Blanc So. 1L Willis, Texas/Willis Jr. TR Riverside, Calif./Riverside City College Jr. 2L Houston, Texas (Tomball Jr. 2L Ft. Huachuca, Ariz./Buena Sr. 1L Tempe, Arizona/Corona del Sol Fr. RS Houston, Texas/Nimitz So. 0L San Antonio, Texas/Warren Fr. HS Las Vegas, Nev./Las Vegas Sr. 3L Plano, Texas/Plano Jr. 1L El Paso, Texas/Horizon Sr. 2L Baltimore, Md./Louisville Jr. 2L Fresno, Calif./San Joaquin Memorial Fr. HS El Paso, Texas/Chapin Fr. RS Perris, Calif./Citrus Hill Jr. SQ Prosper, Texas/Prosper Jr. 2L Mesquite, Texas/North Mesquite Jr. 1L San Antonio, Texas/Marshall Sr. 3L Opelousas, La./Houston Westbury Christian Fr. HS El Paso, Texas/Del Valle Sr. 3L Lufkin, Texas/Lufkin NO. NAME POS. 26 DaCarlos Renfro DB 95 Devante Richardson DL 3 Traun Roberson DB 55 James Robinson OL 43 Roy Robertson DL HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 5-10 175 Fr. RS Orange, Texas/West OrangeStark 6-2 290 Fr. RS Fort Worth, Texas/Juan Seguin 6-0 190 Jr. SQ DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto 6-5 330 Sr. 1L Richmond, Calif./City Coll. of San Francisco 6-7 240 So. 1L Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie 6-1 175 Fr. RS El Paso, Texas/Jeerson 6-1 235 Sr. 1L Carson, Calif. /Los Angeles Harbor College 6-6 205 Fr. HS Lutz. Fla./Steinbrenner 5-11 205 So. 1L The Colony, Texas/The Colony 5-9 180 Jr. RS Los Angeles, Calif./El Camino JC 6-2 220 Jr. TR Killeen, Texas/Shoemaker/Texas A&M 6-4 350 Jr. TR El Paso, Texas/Canutillo/N.M. Military Institute 6-6 240 Fr. HS The Colony, Texas/The Colony 6-0 200 Fr. RS Spring, Texas (Klein Oak 6-2 200 Sr. 3L Moreno Valley, Calif./Rancho Verde 6-0 180 Fr. RS Tyler, Texas/John Tyler 5-9 155 Fr. HS Argyle, Texas/Liberty Christian 6-4 210 So. 1L San Antonio, Texas/Central Catholic 6-4 325 So. TR Lancaster, Texas/Cisco College 6-7 260 Jr. 2L Klein, Texas/Klein 6-1 200 Jr. 2L Dallas, Texas/Life School Oak Cli 6-3 280 Jr. 2L Channelview, Texas/Channelview 6-5 260 Jr. 2L Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound 5-11 180 Fr. RS Dallas, Texas/Lancaster 5-11 195 So. 1L Carrolton, Texas/Ranchview 5-11 185 Fr. RS Baytown, Texas/Goose Creek Memorial

38 Nathaniel Rodriguez DB 11 A.J. Ropati LB 96 30 88 1 68 Mike Ruggles Gage Sharp Jarrad Shaw Jamall Showers K/P LB WT QB

Josh Silvas OL

17 Garrett Simpson QB 27 Dashone Smith DB 24 Richard Spencer DB 31 38 10 Robert Spencer DB Michael Sroka K/P Blaire Sullivan QB

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57 Cooper Foster LB 66 Wayne Frazier OL 32 LaQuintus Dowell RB 86 Marvin Emetom TE 54 Silas Firstley DL 19 Katrae Ford TE 44 Cooper Foster LB 84 Cole Freytag WR 80 Jacob Garcia WR 7 Nick Gathrite CB 8 Autrey Golden RB 67 Christian Harper OL 2 Ishmael Harrison DB 42 Leon Hayes DB 93 Matthew Heard DL 76 Will Hernandez DL 1 Adrian James DB 25 Nathan Jeery RB 5 Jim Jones WR 50 Micheal Kelley DL 28 Demarcus Kizzie DB 60 Eric Lee OL 9 Jordan Leslie WR 53 DeAndre Little LB 41 David Logston LB 97 Brian Madunezim DL 46 Dominic Matson DL 47 Jay Mattox K 13 Carson Meger QB 59 Paulo Melendez OL 33 Horace Miller DL 13 Wesley Miller DB 6 Brandon Moss 51 Darnell Murray 56 Hunter Nix 15 Devin Patterson 34 Anthony Puente 82 Kevin Perry WR LB LB WR LB TE

77 Chris Thomas OL 87 Eric Tomlinson TE 4 Malcolm Trail WR 69 Jerel Watkins OL 81 Craig Wenrick TE 83 4 39 Jaquan White Xay Williams Isaiah Wimberly WR RB RB

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. Tyler Batson WR Devin Cockrell CB Dewan Edmonson DT Derek Elmendor OL Jameel Erving SAF Nick Gathrite CB Aaron Jones ATH Alvin Jones SAF Darrin Laufasa FB Mack Leftwich QB Ryan Metz QB Lawrence Montegut DE/OLB Peter Nonu DT Cole Rogers TE Jaylon Scott CB Quinton Tezeno CB Chris Thomas OL HT. 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-4 WT. 185 180 260 295 195 170 175 180 240 200 185 220 320 220 YR. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Fr. Spring, Texas/Westeld Fr. Port Arthur, Texas/Memorial Fr. Manvel, Texas/Manvel Fr. El Paso, Texas/Franklin Jr. Fontana, Calif./Summit/Riverside CC Jr. Riverside, Calif./Arlington/Riverside CC Fr. El Paso, Texas/Burges Fr. El Paso, Texas/Burges Fr. Bothell, Wash./Bothell Fr. Wexford, Penn./North Allegheny Fr. El Paso, Texas/Andress Fr. La Marque, Texas/La Marque Fr. Long Beach, Calif./South Hills/Mt. SAC Fr. Dripping Springs, Texas/Dripping Springs Fr. Dallas, Texas/Carter Fr. Orange, Texas/West Orange Stark So. Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster HS/Cisco College Fr. Los Angeles, Calif./Serra

5-9 170 5-10 170 6-4 320 215

71 Erik Ramirez OL 61 Germard Reed DL

Nick Usher DE/OLB 6-3

UTSA
Larry Coker HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Northeastern Oklahoma 69

UTSA

QUICK FACTS

Record at UTSA: 12-10 (.545) Third Season Career Record: 72-25 (.742) Ninth Season Hometown: Okemah, Okla. Birthdate: June 23, 1948

Location: San Antonio, Texas Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 30,474 Nickname: Roadrunners Colors: Navy blue, orange and white Stadium: Alamodome (65,000) President: Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director: Lynn Hickey Football Administrator: Jim Sarra Basic Oense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-2-5

Dr. Ricardo Romo, President

Lynn Hickey, Athletics Director

SPORTS INFORMATION
Assistant AD/Football SID Kyle Stephens Oce Phone 210-458-4551 Cell Phone 210-887-3636 Fax 210-458-4569 E-Mail kyle.stephens@utsa.edu Website www.goUTSA.com Press Box Phone 210-704-6200
Jim Sarra, Football Administrator Kyle Stephens, SID Larry Coker

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2013 SCHEDULE
DATE OPPoNENT TV TIME Aug. 31 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 at New Mexico (FS1) (Pac-12 Network) (FCS) (FS1/FSN) (TW Texas) (TW Texas) (TW Texas) (CSS) (TW Texas) (CSS) at Arizona eat UTEP eat Marshall eRICE eUAB eat Tulsa eat North Texas eLOUISIANA TECH 7:00p 11:00a TBA 7:00p TBA 1:00p 3:00p 4:00p TBA 2:30p TBA Sept. 7 OKLAHOMA STATE

Sept. 28 HOUSTON

kEY DatEs

Players Report: Sunday, August 4 Media/Fan Day: TBA Fall Classes Begin: Wednesday, August 28

eTULANE TBA

eConference game Home games in ALL CAPS All times are Central and subject to change

UTSA
2012 RESULTS (8-4, 3-3 WAC)
S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O13 O20 O27 N3
Triston Wade

at South Alabama TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE at Georgia State NW OKLAHOMA STATE at New Mexico State at Rice (FCS) SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE at Louisiana Tech McNEESE STATE at Idaho TEXAS STATE

W W W W W L L L L W W W

33-31 27-16 38-14 56-3 35-14 14-34 24-52 17-48 27-51 31-24 34-27 38-31

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4

N10 N17

2013 PrEsEason rEturnEEs


LETTERMEN Returning/Lost: 50/9 STARTERS Oensive Returning/Lost: 10/1 Defensive Returning/Lost: 8/3 Special Teams Returning/Lost: 2/0 OFFENSE STARTERS RETURNING QB Eric Soza RB David Glasco II WR Kam Jones WR Earon Holmes TE Cole Hubble TE Jeremiah Moeller C Nate Leonard OG Scott Inskeep OG/T Cody Harris OG/T Josh Walker DEFENSE STARTERS RETURNING DE Will Ritter DT Ferrington Macon DE Cody Rogers LB Steven Kurfehs S Cody Berry S Nic Johnston S Triston Wade CB Darrien Starling SPECIALISTS RETURNING P Kristian Stern K Sean Ianno KEY LOSSES OG Patrick Hoog DT Franky Anaya LB Brandon Reeves CB Erik Brown

N24

HEAD COACH LarrY CokEr


Alma Mater: Northeastern Oklahoma 69

COACHING EXPERIENCE
2011- UTSA, Head Coach 12-10 (.545) 2 seasons 2001-06 Miami (Fla.), Head Coach - 60-15 (.800) 6 seasons 1995-2000 Miami (Fla.), Oensive Coordinator 1995 Ohio State, Quarterbacks 1993-94 Ohio State, Defensive Backs 1990-92 Oklahoma, Oensive Coordinator 1983-89 Oklahoma State, Oensive Coordinator 1980-82 Tulsa, Oensive Coordinator 1979 Tulsa, Running Backs/Quarterbacks 1977-78 Head Coach, Claremore (Okla.) H.S. 1971-76 Head Coach, Fairfax (Okla.) H.S.

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COACHING STAFF
Oensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Kevin Brown (TCU, 06) Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties Perry Eliano (Stephen F. Austin, 00) Running Backs Polo Gutierrez (New Mexico State, 09) Receivers Tony Jeery (Texas, 07) Oensive Linemen Jim Marshall (Tennessee-Martin, 71) Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Neal Neathery (Wheaton, 93) Cornerbacks Je Popovich (Miami (Fla.), 00) Tight Ends Charlie Reeve (Texas State, 04) Defensive Linemen Eric Roark (SE Oklahoma State, 84) Graduate Assistant - oense Je Bowen (Texas State, 08) Graduate Assistant - defense Matthew Kraft (Wabash, 10) Graduate Assistant - defense Benny Morrison (Drake, 11) Strength and Conditioning Charlie Dudley Director of Operations Shane Elder Operations Coordinator Adam Cain

FOOTBALL OFFICE
Phone: 210/458-5011 Fax: 210/458-5001

UTSA
NOtING tHE rOaDrUNNErS
UTSA begins its third season of play this fall and rst as a member of Conference USA. The Roadrunners were 8-4 overall and 3-3 in their rst and only season in the WAC a year ago. That came on the heels of a 4-6 inaugural campaign as an FCS independent in 2011. The Roadrunners return rst-team all-conference safety Triston Wade. He tied for the team lead with four interceptions, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in his 12 starts a year ago and also ranked second on the squad with 74 tackles (45 solos) and 11 pass breakups. Wade has had a hand in a total of 13 turnovers (seven fumbles/six INTs) in the rst 22 games of his career. Junior punt returner Kenny Harrison ranked second in the FBS last fall with his 17.3 average. He returned 12 punts for 208 yards, including a 79-yarder for a score against Texas State. The Roadrunners once again will feature one of the nations smallest senior classes. UTSA has 10 seniors (nine scholarship) on its 2013 roster and had a national-low six (ve scholarship) last season. UTSA ranked seventh nationally with its 1.17 turnover margin per game last season. The Roadrunners recovered 16 fumbles and intercepted 13 passes, giving them a total of 29 forced turnovers (t-20th FBS) in the seasons 12 outings. Conversely, UTSA gave the ball away just 15 times last season (8 FRs/7 INTs). The Roadrunners scored 22 times (15 TDs/7 FGs) following an opponent turnover in 2012.

2012 INDIVIDUaL LEaDErS


Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long David Glasco II 111 537 4.8 5 51 Evans Okotcha 106 450 4.2 8 37 TOTALS Passing Eric Soza Ryan Polite TOTALS Receiving Evans Okotcha Kam Jones Earon Holmes TOTALS 430 1911 4.4 21 51 Comp. Att. Pct. INT Yards TD 166 282 .589 3 2085 20 46 75 .613 3 604 3 221 Rec 24 23 21 221 368 .601 7 2772 23

Yds. Avg. TD Long 439 14.5 3 69 323 14.0 1 58 279 13.3 2 34 2772 12.5 Long 51 23 82

Field Goals Made-Att. Pct. Sean Ianno 10-13 .769 TOTALS

15-19 .789 51 Yards Avg. In 20 943 33.7 5 1857 35.7 9 Long 55 55

Punting No. Josh Ward 28 TOTALS Tackles Brandon Reeves Triston Wade Nic Johnston Steven Kurfehs TOTALS 52

Solos Ast Total 33 62 95 45 29 74 45 28 73 41 30 71 417 434 851

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Category First Downs Rushes-Yards Rushing Yards/Game Passes Att./Comp./Int. Completion Pct. Passing Yards Passing Yards/Game Total O. Plays/Yds Total Oense/Game Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yards Kicko Returns-Yards Interceptions-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Conversion Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Conversion Percentage Sacks By-Yards Avg. Time of Possession

2012 tEaM StatIStICS

Interceptions No. Yds. Avg. TD Triston Wade 4 56 14.0 1 Erik Brown 4 4 1.0 0 TOTALS 13 112 8.6 1

UTSA Opponents 233 252 430-1911 389-1294 159.2 107.8 368-221-7 416-268-13 .601 .644 2772 3263 231.0 271.9 798-4683 805-4557 390.2 379.8 52-35.7 45-39.2 18-281 20-99 45-810 50-1050 13-112 7-83 16-8 26-16 94-913 79-712 73-163 67-163 .448 .411 5-13 16-20 .385 .800 23-150 7-30 31:45 28:15

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2013 rOStEr
81 29 93 NO. NAME POS. 4 Crosby Adams CB 5 Brandon Armstrong RB 3 Cody Berry S Kenny Bias WR Fred Blow CB Brendon Brinkmann DE HT. WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 5-9 180 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/Roosevelt 5-6 160 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/Roosevelt 5-11 205 Sr. 1L Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill/ Pierce [Calif.] JC 6-1 175 So. 1L San Antonio, Texas/Stevens 5-9 180 So. TR Humble, Texas/Atascocita HS/ Air Force 6-6 235 Fr. RS League City, Texas/Clear Springs 6-1 260 Fr. RS Seguin, Texas/Seguin 6-0 190 Jr. TR Beaumont, Texas/Central HS/ Blinn [Texas] JC 6-1 175 Jr. TR Tampa, Fla./Alonso/College of the Desert [Calif.] 6-3 280 Jr. 2L Houston, Texas/Stratford 5-11 200 Fr. RS Houston, Texas/Alief Elsik 5-9 170 Fr. RS Dickinson, Texas/Dickinson 6-3 225 Jr. RS Allen, Texas/Allen/Trinity Valley [Texas] CC 6-1 295 So. SQ New Braunfels, Texas/Canyon 6-5 295 Fr. RS Fort Myers, Fla./Bishop Verot 5-10 245 Fr. RS Frankston, Texas/Frankston 6-4 230 Fr. RS Little Rock, Ark./Catholic 5-9 155 Fr. RS San Angelo, Texas/Central 6-5 310 Fr. RS Boerne, Texas/Boern 6-1 230 So. SQ Garland, Texas/Sachse 6-2 205 Jr. TR Midland, Texas/Lee /James Madison 5-10 170 Jr. 2L Cameron, Texas/Yoe /New Mexico State 5-10 200 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/Wagner 6-2 260 So. SQ Fort Worth, Texas/Trimble Tech 5-8 170 So. 1L La Vernia, Texas/La Vernia 5-9 185 Jr. 2L La Vernia, Texas/La Vernia 6-1 235 Sr. 1L Lake Elsinore, Calif./Lakeside/ Fullerton [Calif.] JC 5-11 195 Fr. RS New Braunfels, Texas/Canyon 6-5 300 Jr. 2L Spring Branch, Texas/ Smithson Valley 6-3 245 Sr. 1L Leander, Texas/Leander/ Angelo State 5-9 165 Jr. 2L Linden, Texas/Linden-Kildare 5-11 180 So. SQ Marion, Texas/Marion 6-4 315 So. 1L Houston, Texas/Aldine 6-1 190 Sr. 2L Bandera, Texas/Bandera/ West Texas A&M 6-4 190 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/ Brackenridge 6-2 235 Jr. 2L Bandera, Texas/Bandera 6-3 205 Jr. 1L Pugerville, Texas/ Pugerville 6-4 300 Jr. 2L McAllen, Texas/McAllen 6-1 245 So. TR Simi Valley, Calif./Simi Valley/ Pierce [Calif.] JC 6-0 245 Jr. SQ Denton, Texas/Guyer/Sam Houston State 6-2 200 Jr. 2L Coppell, Texas/Coppell 5-11 190 Jr. 2L Edna, Texas/Edna 5-9 185 Fr. RS Coldspring, Texas/Coldspring 6-1 190 Jr. 1L Orlando, Fla./Evans/ Hutchinson [Kan.] CC 6-2 230 Sr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/OConnor/ East. New Mexico 6-2 235 So. SQ Houston, Texas/Westside 6-0 290 Jr. 2L McKinney, Texas/McKinney 5-9 170 Fr. RS Houston, Texas/St. Thomas 5-11 205 Jr. 2L Schertz, Texas/Clemens 6-3 315 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur 6-0 200 Jr. 2L Giddings, Texas/Giddings 5-11 295 Jr. 2L Corpus Christi, Texas/Carroll 5-9 220 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/Jay 6-4 210 Jr. SQ San Antonio, Texas/Roosevelt 5-11 220 So. 1L San Antonio, Texas/Warren 6-2 240 Sr. 2L New Braunfels, Texas/Canyon 5-6 170 Jr. 2L Bastrop, Texas/Bastrop 6-4 260 So. 1L Marble Falls, Texas/Marble Falls 6-2 270 Jr. 2L Flower Mound, Texas/Marcus NO. NAME POS. 99 Skylar Nelson DE 14 Bennett Okotcha CB RB HT. 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-0 36 Evans Okotcha 89 Daniel Portillo P/K 91 Brian Price DT 51 40 Payton Rion OG Will Ritter DE WT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE 240 Fr. HS San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights 195 So. SQ Coppell, Texas/Coppell/ Oklahoma 215 Sr. 2L Coppell, Texas/Coppell/ Portland State 150 Fr. HS Pugerville, Texas/Pugerville 315 So. TR Lafayette, Ind./ McCutcheonAllan Hancock [Calif.] JC 280 Jr. 1L Bulverde, Texas/Smithson Valley 235 Sr. 2L Odessa, Texas/Permian/ Western Illinois 300 So. SQ Pugerville, Texas/Pugerville 245 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/Brandeis 195 Jr. 1L San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur 195 Jr. 2L San Antonio, Texas/Warren 250 Jr. 2L Austin, Texas/Anderson 200 Jr. SQ New Braunfels, Texas/New Braunfels 200 Sr. 2L Oakland, Calif./Bishop ODowd /Texas A&M-Commerce 250 Jr. SQ Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood/ Baylor 205 Sr. 2L Beeville, Texas/Jones/Texas State 195 Jr. 2L Tyler, Texas/John Tyler 185 Jr. 1L San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights 250 Fr. RS Friendswood, Texas/ Friendswood 275 Fr. RS Corpus Christi, Texas/Carroll 230 Jr. 2L Denton, Texas/Guyer 185 So. SQ Fort Worth, Texas/All Saints 165 Jr. 2L Tyler, Texas/John Tyler 290 Jr. 1L League City, Texas/Clear Springs 220 Jr. 2L Pleasanton, Texas/Pleasanton 205 So. 1L San Marcos, Texas/San Marcos 6-4 210 So. RS Hallettsville, Texas/ Hallettsville HS/Southwestern Assemblies of God

94 Codie Brooks DE 23 Tevin Broussard S 20 Andre Brown CB 61 Richard Burge DT 39 Jerry Bynum RB 35 Dontae Caine CB 6 Tucker Carter QB 63 William Cavanaugh C 71 Cody Cole OG 4 Treston Coleman RB 2 Zach Conque QB 3 Rileigh Davis WR 77 Alex Delgado OT 32 Drew Douglas LB 10 Jace Edwards QB 84 Brandon Freeman WR

65 Michael Roberson OT 43 Cody Rogers DE 57 John Roper DE 25 Mauricio Sanchez S 27 Nate Shaw RB 16 John Simmons WR 41 CheRod Simpson 50 RB

Robert Singletary DE QB

8 Eric Soza

24 Darrien Starling CB 5-9 38 Kristian Stern P/PK 5-11 87 69 52 13 7 76 47 28 Trevor Stevens TE 6-4 5-11 5-11 5-6 5-11 6-3

11 David Glasco II RB 70 Jordan Gray OT 88 Aaron Grubb WR 86 Seth Grubb WR 54 Brandon Guerrero LB 48 Gage Hadlock S 68 Cody Harris OG

Brent Swanson C Blake Terry LB Brian Vaughn RB Triston Wade S Josh Walker OT Josh Ward Terrance Wilburn

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90

Jarron Harris DE

PK/P 5-10 RB 6-0 LB

18 Kenny Harrison WR 19 Sean Hesler WR 66 Zach Hester OT 80 Cole Hicks WR 12 Earon Holmes 83 Cole Hubble 92 Sean Ianno 79 42 WR TE PK

30 Christian Wood-Dvorak

2013 SPrING SIGNEES


NAME POS. NKeal Bailey DB Trevor Baker DB *Tevin Broussard DB *Andre Brown DB Justin Chavez DB Marcos Curry LB Chase Dahlquist DB Reed Darragh OL Dondre Dobbins DB Justyn Eddins DL Michael Egwuagu DB Aneas Henricks DB *Jens Jeters LB Anthony Lee DL Kyle McKinney OL *Skylar Nelson DL Kenneth Tank ONeal LB Breyun Owens OL Juan Perez OL *Brian Price DL Jalen Rhodes Austin Robinson Aron Taylor Jarveon Williams * denotes midyear signees RB QB WR RB HT. 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-4 6-2 5-10 WT. 160 190 190 175 185 210 200 270 195 240 195 170 245 300 295 240 215 310 275 315 180 210 190 180 YR. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. HOMETOWN/HS, JC or COLLEGE Princeton, Texas/Princeton Prather, Calif./Sierra/Fresno [Calif.] CC Beaumont, Texas/Central/Blinn [Texas] JC Tampa, Fla./Alonso/College of the Desert [Calif.] Fr. Irving, Texas/MacArthur Fr. Round Rock, Texas/Stony Point Fr. Tulsa, Okla./Union Fr. Buda, Texas/Hays Fr. Scotlandville, La./Scotlandville Jr. Newhall, Calif./Hart/College of the Canyons [Calif.] Fr. Pugerville, Texas/Connally Fr. Bastrop, Texas/Bastrop So. Simi Valley, Calif./Simi Valley/Pierce [Calif.] JC Fr. Missouri City, Texas/Marshall Fr. Boerne, Texas/Champion Fr. San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights Fr. Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie Fr. Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie Fr. North Richland Hills, Texas/Birdville So. Lafayette, Ind./McCutcheon/Hancock [Calif.] JC Fr. Rowlett, Texas/Rowlett Fr. Bellaire, Texas/Episcopal Fr. San Antonio, Texas/Warren Fr. Converse, Texas/Judson

Scott Inskeep OG Jens Jeters LB

45 Drew Johnson DS 22 1 37 10 44 Nic Johnston Kam Jones Taylor Kelley Brian King Steven Kurfehs S WR S S LB

46 Cade Laufer TE 55 Nate Leonard C 34 Miles Lerch WR 31 Joseph Lizcano S 97 Ashaad Mabry DT 9 Marcellus Mack WR 58 Ferrington Macon DT 59 Jesse Medrano DS 14 Travis Menn QB 56 Dalton Miller LB 85 Jeremiah Moeller TE 15 Josiah Monroe WR 82 David Morgan TE 96 Jason Neill DT

2014 NEW MEMBEr

OLD DOMINION
MONARCHS
Alma Mater: Maine 87 Record at ODU: 38-10 (.792) Fifth season Career Record: 38-10 (.792) Fifth season

Bobby Wilder HEAD COACH


QUICK FACTS
FooTbAll STAff
Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Je Comissiong (Maine 97) Defensive Backs Marc Bacote (James Madison 08) Wide Receivers Zohn Burden (VMI 06) Oensive Line Bill Dee (Manseld State 75) Def. Run Game Coor./LBs Corey Hetherman (Fitchburg State 06) Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Rich Nagy (Trinity 87) Assoc. Head Coach/O. Coor./O. Line Brian Scott (Maine 00) Running Backs Bradley Watkins (Ohio Northern 07) Pass Game Coordinator/QBs/Recruiting Coor. Ron Whitcomb (Maine 06) Special Teams Coordinator/O. Line Michael Zyskowski (Maine 06) Director of Football Operations Stevie Villanueva (Old Dominion 12)

John Broderick, President

Dr. Camden Wood Selig, Athletics Director

MEDia RELations

Football Contact: Eric Bohannon Oce Phone: 757-683-3374 Cell Phone: 757-375-0244 E-Mail: ebohanno@odu.edu Website: www.ODUSports.com ODU Football @ODUFootball

Bruce Stewart, Football Administrator

Eric Bohannon, SID


from Atlanta, Ga. won the Walter Payton award given to the best player in the FCS. He also won the Dudley Award given to the top Division I player in the state of Virginia. Old Dominion will play its rst FBS game when the Monarchs travel to East Carolina Aug. 31, 2013. It will be the rst of ve contests against FBS teams. ODU will also play Maryland, Pittsburgh, Idaho and North Carolina. All ve games will be on the road. Old Dominions home eld of Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium, which holds 20,068, has sold out all 29 of its games to date. The Monarchs are 22-7 all-time and went 6-2, at Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium in 2012.

NOtES

Since restarting its football team in 2009, Old Dominion has compiled a fouryear record of 38-10. ODU nished the 2012 season with an 11-2 overall, earned the No. 4 seed in the FCS playos and advanced to the quarternals of the playos. ODU nished the year ranked No. 6 in the nal coaches and media poll. In its nal season of CAA play, ODU nished with a 7-1 record and nished atop of the league standings. ODU quarterback Taylor Heinicke broke Steve McNairs 18-year old FCS record for passing yards with 5,076. Heinicke led the nation in passing yards, passing yards per game (390.46), touchdown passes (44), total touchdowns (55), total oense (426.62) and points responsible for (26.00). The sophomore

2013 SCHEDULE
Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Sept. 14 HOWARD

DATE OPPoNENT TIME at East Carolina (FCS) at Maryland THE CITADEL LIBERTY at Pittsburgh at Norfolk State RHODE ISLAND at Idaho at North Carolina 7:00p 4:00p TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Noon TBA

2012 RESULTS (11-2, 7-1 CAA)


DATE OPPoNENT S1 DUQUESNE S8 S22 S29 O20 N3 N10 N17 D8 at Hampton NEW HAMPSHIRE at Richmond at Towson at Georgia State WILLIAM & MARY at James Madison S15 CAMPBELL W W W W W W W W 57-23 45-7 64-61 45-37 31-20 53-27 41-31 38-28 63-35 35-49 1-0 2-0 4-0 5-0 6-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 11-1 11-2 W 70-14 3-0

Sept. 28 ALBANY

O13 VILLANOVA O27 DELAWARE

L 14-38 5-1 W 31-26 7-1

Nov. 16 CHARLOTTE (FCS)

D1 COASTAL CAROLINA (FCS Playos) W GEORGIA SOUTHERN (FCS Playos) L

All times are Eastern and subject to change.

C-USA FuTuRE MEMBERs

Location: Norfolk, Va. Founded: 1930 Enrollment: 24,466 Nickname: Monarchs Colors: Slate Blue, Silver and Light Blue Stadium: Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium (20,068) Basic Oense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-3 President: John Broderick Athletics Director: Dr. Camden Wood Selig Senior Woman Administrator: Deb Polca

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EAST CAROLINA
2014 NEW MEMBEr

WeSTeRN KeNTUcKY
HILLTOPPERS
Alma Mater: Carroll College, 83 Record at WKU: 0-0 (.000), First season Career Record: 75-26 (.742) Ninth season

Bobby Petrino HEAD COACH


QUICK FACTS
FooTbAll STAff
Asst. Head Coach/Oensive Coordinator Je Brohm (Louisville, 93) Defensive Coordinator Nick Holt (Pacic, 85) Special Teams/CB Ricky Brumeld (Utah State, 99) Oensive Line Neil Callaway (Alabama, 78) Secondary Mike Cassity (Kentucky, 77) Defensive Tackles Don Dunn (East Tennessee State, 76) Defensive Ends L.D. Scott (Louisville, 09) Running Backs Kolby Smith (Louisville, 07) Wide Receivers Lamar Thomas (Miami (Fla.), 93)

C-USA FuTuRE MEMBERs

Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Founded: 1906 Enrollment : 21,045 Nickname: Hilltoppers Colors: Red and White Stadium: Houchens Industries/L.T. Smith Stadium (22,113) Chancellor/President: Dr. Gary Ransdell Athletics Director: Todd Stewart

Dr. Gary Ransdell, President

Todd Stewart, Athletics Director

MEDia RELations

Football Contact: Kyle Neaves Oce Phone: 270-745-3756 Cell Phone: TBA E-Mail: TBA Website: www.WKUSports.com WKU Athletics
Todd Stewart, Football Administrator Kyle Neaves, Football SID

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@WKUSports

Head coach Bobby Petrino was introduced as the 18th head football coach in WKU history on December 10, 2012. Petrino brings a wealth of coaching experience and success to WKU, owning a 75-26 career record as a collegiate head coach, with seven bowl appearances, including appearances in the 2011 Sugar Bowl with Arkansas and the 2007 Orange Bowl with Louisville. Petrino led Louisville to the 2004 C-USA Championship. WKU will take the eld in an NFL Stadium twice during the 2013 season. The Hilltoppers will open the season in Nashville, Tenn., against Kentucky Aug. 31 at L.P. Field, home of the Tennessee Titans, for the second time in three seasons. WKU will visit the Georgia Dome to play Georgia State Nov. 2. WKU completed a major step forward in the transition from the Football Championship Subdivision to the Football Bowl Subdivision by reaching the

programs rst bowl game in 2012. WKU earned the bowl berth in just its fourth season at the FBS level. WKU is one of just eight teams that have made the transition since 1987 to make a bowl game within four years of bowl eligibility. Senior RB Antonio Andrews returns looking to build on an All-America campaign in 2012. He led WKU in all-purpose yards (3,161), rushing yards (1,728), touchdowns (15), scoring (90), kick return yards (726), punt return yards (234) and carries (304). His 3,161 all-purpose yards were the most in school history and the second-most behind 1988 Heisman Trophy winner Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State.

NOtES

2013 SCHEDULE
Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 (Thu.) Oct. 15 (Tue.) Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23

DATE OPPoNENT TIME vs. Kentucky (Nashville) at Tennessee at South Alabama MORGAN STATE NAVY at Louisiana-Monroe (ESPNU) LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (ESPN) TROY at Georgia State at Army at Texas State 6:00p TBA 6:30p 6:00p 6:00p 7:30p 7:00p 3:00p 1:00p 11:00a 6:00p 3:00p

2012 RESULTS (7-6, 4-4 SUN BELt)


DATE OPPoNENT S8 S15 S22 S29 O11 O20 O27 N1 N10 N17 N24 D26 S1 AUSTIN PEAY (ESPN3) at Alabama (SEC Network) at Kentucky (ESPN U) SOUTHERN MISS (ESPN3) at Arkansas State (ESPN 3) at Troy (ESPN U) LOUISIANA-MONROE (ESPN 3) at FIU MIDDLE TENNESSEE (ESPN U) FLORIDA ATLANTIC at Louisiana-Lafayette (SBN) NORTH TEXAS (Sun Belt Net) vs. Central Michigan (ESPN) W L W W W W L W L L L W L 49-10 0-35 32-30 (ot) 42-17 26-13 31-26 42-43 (ot) 14-6 29-34 28-37 21-37 25-24 21-24 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 5-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6

Nov. 30 ARKANSAS STATE


All times are Central and subject to change

2015 NEW MEMBEr

CHARLOTTe
49ERS
Brad Lambert HEAD COACH
Alma Mater: Kansas State 87 Record at CHA: 0-0 (rst year, 2013) Career Record: 0-0 (rst year, 2013)

QUICK FACTS

Dr. Philip Dubois, Chancellor

Judy Rose, Athletics Director

MEDia RELations

Football Contact: Tom Whitestone Oce Phone: 704/687-1022 Cell Phone: 980/253-4951 E-Mail: tewhites@uncc.edu Website: www.Charlotte49ers.com Charlotte49ers @Charlotte49ers

Chris Thomasson, Football Administrator

Tom Whitestone, SID


Lamberts sta includes a pair of coordinators with more than 20 years of coaching experience, as well: Oensive Coordinator Je Mullen with 21 years and Defensive Coordinator Bruce Tall with 30 years. Charlottes current 11-man, start-up coaching sta has over 100 years of collegiate coaching experience and has coached in 21 bowl games. Before ever playing a game, Charlotte inked contracts to play future games against Kansas State, Virginia Tech, Temple and Eastern Michigan, among other schools.

NOtES

Charlotte will play its inaugural football season in 2013. In 2013 and 2014, the 49ers will compete as an FCS Independent. Charlotte, which joins Conference USA in all other sports in 2013, will begin competition in Conference USA football in 2015. Charlotte is one of the nations rst teams to be welcomed into an FBS Conference before having held its rst practice. Head coach Brad Lambert, hired Mar. 1, 2011, most recently served as Defensive Coordinator at Wake Forest, during his 10-year stint with the Demon Deacons. An all-Big Eight Defensive Back at Kansas State, Lambert also coached at Georgia, Marshall and Oklahoma during his 25-year coaching career.

2013 SCHEDULE
Sept. 7 CHOWAN Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

DATE OPPoNENT TIME Aug. 31 CAMPBELL N.C. CENTRAL at Presbyterian GARDNER-WEBB UNC PEMBROKE at Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina WESLEY at Old Dominion (FCS) at Morehead State Noon Noon Noon 2:00p Noon Noon 1:30p 3:00p Noon Noon 1:00p
Jerry Richardson Field was completed last October and is scheduled to host its rst game on August 31, 2013.

All times are Eastern and subject to change

C-USA FuTuRE MEMBERs

Location: Charlotte, N.C. Founded: 1946 Enrollment: 25,063 Nickname: 49ers Colors: Green and White Stadium: Jerry Richardson Stadium (15,300) Basic Oense: Spread Basic Defense: 3-4 Chancellor: Dr. Philip Dubois Athletics Director: Judy Rose Football Administrator: Chris Thomasson

FooTbAll STAff
Oensive Coordinator Je Mullen (Wittenburg, 90) Defensive Coordinator Bruce Tall (Ohio Wesleyan, 82) Secondary Coach James Adams (Wake Forest, 06) Inside Linebackers Drew Dayton (Wake Forest, 03) Running Backs Damien Gary (Georgia, 05) Oensive Line Phil Ratli (Marshall, 94) Outside Linebackers Napoleon Sykes (Wake Forest, 06) Wide Receivers Joe Tereshinski (Georgia, 06) Tight Ends Johnson Richardson (Woord, 10) Asst Secondary John Russell (Wake Forest, 10)

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2012 C-USA sTaNDINGs / POsTsEasON REsuLTs


East Division UCF East Carolina Marshall Memphis UAB Southern Miss West Division x- Tulsa SMU Rice Houston UTEP Tulane C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 5-0 310 173 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 296 224 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 2-3 340 346 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 2-3 204 224 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 2-3 237 330 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 0-5 168 302 C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 291 188 5-3 .625 4-0 1-3 3-2 259 193 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 3-2 261 233 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 3-2 277 288 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 1-4 170 240 2-6 .250 2-2 0-4 1-4 222 294 All Games W-L Pct. 10-4 .714 8-5 .615 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 0-12 .000 H A 5-1 5-3 5-1 3-4 3-3 2-4 3-3 1-5 2-4 1-5 0-6 0-6 Pts 496 409 491 293 339 236 Opp 309 411 517 363 450 454

STANDINGS/RESULTS

All Games W-L Pct. H A Pts Opp 11-3 .786 7-0 4-3 486 331 7-6 .538 5-2 2-4 397 334 7-6 .538 3-3 4-3 414 390 5-7 .417 4-3 1-4 389 432 3-9 .250 2-4 1-5 254 357 2-10 .167 2-5 0-5 257 461

x- Conference USA Champion

BOWL GAMES
FRIDaY, DeCember 21

C-USA AWARDS
COACH OF THE YEAR
Bill Blankenship - Tulsa

BEEF O BRADYS BOWL


(St. Petersburg, Fla.) UCF 38, Ball State 17

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER


Rakeem Cato - QB - Marshall

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SATURDaY, DECEMBER 22

R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL

(New Orleans, La.) Louisiana-Lafayette 43, East Carolina 34


MONDaY, DeCember 24

C-uSA Championship
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR


Zach Line - RB - SMU

C-USA Championship Game


Tulsa 33, UCF 27 (ot) MVP: Trey Watts, RB, Tulsa

SHERATON HAWAII BOWL


(Honolulu, Hawaii) SMU 43, Fresno State 10
SATURDaY, DeCember 29

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR


Kemal Ishmael - DB - UCF

BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL


(Fort Worth, Texas) Rice 33, Air Force 14

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR


Quincy McDue - KR - UCF

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR


Kevin Grooms - RB - Marshall

Vintavious Cooper - RB - East Carolina

MONDaY, DECEMBER 31

AUTO ZONE LIBERTY BOWL


(Memphis, Tenn.) Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17

Trey Watts of Tulsa was named MVP of the 2012 C-USA Championship Game

2012 suN BELT sTaNDINGs


Arkansas State Middle Tennessee Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana-Lafayette Western Kentucky Troy North Texas FIU Florida Atlantic South Alabama Conference W-L Pct. Pts Opp 7-1 .875 301 178 6-2 .750 198 206 6-2 .750 259 215 6-2 .750 293 226 4-4 .500 222 214 3-5 .375 215 221 3-5 .375 161 207 2-6 .250 192 335 2-6 .250 195 247 1-7 .125 176 263 All Games W-L Pct. 9-3 .750 8-4 .667 8-4 .667 8-4 .667 7-5 .583 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 3-9 .250 2-11 .154 Pts 437 319 426 418 345 367 251 300 246 240 Opp 305 336 334 331 307 366 334 380 370 383

2012 Sun Belt Awards Involving 2013 C-USA Schools


First Team All-Conference
Daniel McKinney, WR, Florida Atlantic Andrae Kirk, LB, Florida Atlantic Rupert Bryan, OL, FIU Jose Cheeseborough, FIU Logan Kilgore, QB, Middle Tennessee Josh Walker, OL, Middle Tennessee Cyril Lemon, OL, North Texas Mason YBarbo, OL, North Texas

2012 WAC sTaNDINGs


Utah State San Jose State Louisiana Tech UTSA Texas State Idaho New Mexico State Conference W-L Pct. Pts Opp 6-0 1.000 269 108 5-1 .833 251 156 4-2 .667 295 224 3-3 .500 175 223 2-4 .333 217 204 1-5 .167 110 247 0-6 .000 88 243 All Games W-L Pct. 11-2 .846 11-2 .846 9-3 .750 8-4 .667 4-8 .333 1-11 .083 1-11 .083 Pts 454 452 618 374 343 190 224 Opp 200 277 462 345 402 509 473

2012 WAC Awards Involving 2013 C-USA Schools


Oensive Player of the Year
Colby Cameron, QB, Louisiana Tech

First Team All-Conference

Freshman of the Year

Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech

Colby Cameron, QB, Louisiana Tech Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech Quinton Patton, WR Louisiana Tech Jordan Mills, OL, Louisiana Tech Stephen Warner, OL, Louisiana Tech IK Enemkpali, DL, Louisiana Tech Dave Clark, DB, Louisiana Tech Triston Wade, DB, UTSA Ryan Allen, P, Louisiana Tech D.J. Banks, ST, Louisiana Tech

Second Team All-Conference


Myles White, WR, Louisiana Tech Oscar Johnson, OL, Louisiana Tech Kevin Saia, OL, Louisiana Tech Scott Inskeep, OL, UTSA Ray Holley, RB, Louisiana Tech Franky Anaya, DL, UTSA Steven Kurfehs, LB, UTSA Brandon Reeves, LB, UTSA Chad Boyd, DB, Louisiana Tech

STANDINGS/RESULTS

Anthony Amos, WR, Middle Tennessee Micah James, OL, Middle Tennessee Aaron Fortenberry, North Texas Tourek Williams, DL, FIU Johnathan Cyprien, DB, FIU Reggie Whatley, RS, Middle Tennessee

Second Team All-Conference

Benny Cunningham, RB, Middle Tennessee William Dukes, WR, Florida Atlantic Nexon Dorvilus, TE, Florida Atlantic Caylin Hauptmann, OL, FIU Omar McLendon, DL, Middle Tennessee Zach Orr, LB. North Texas Brent Harstad, DB, Florida Atlantic Kevin Byard, DB, Middle Tennessee Zac Whiteld, DB, North Texas Will Atterberry, P, North Texas

Honorable Mention AllConference

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2012 HONORS / AWARDS


ALL-CONFERENCE USA
OFFENSE QB Rakeem Cato, So., Marshall RB Zach Line, Sr., SMU RB Latavius Murray, Sr., UCF RB Darrin Reaves, So., UAB OL Jacolby Ashworth, Sr., Houston OL Brian DeShane, Sr., Tulsa OL Jared Grigg, Sr., Tulsa OL Chris Hubbard, Sr., UAB OL Jordan Rae, Sr., UCF TE Vance McDonald, Sr., Rice WR Ryan Grant, Jr., Tulane WR Justin Hardy, So., East Carolina WR Tommy Shuler, So., Marshall DEFENSE DL Jamie Collins, Sr., Southern Miss DL Troy Davis, Sr., UCF DL Cory Dorris, Sr., Tulsa DL Margus Hunt, Sr., SMU LB DeAundre Brown, Sr., Tulsa LB JaGared Davis, Sr., SMU LB Phillip Steward, Sr., Houston DB Phillip Gaines, Jr., Rice DB D.J. Hayden, Sr., Houston DB Kemal Ishmael, Sr., UCF DB Dexter McCoil, Sr., Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS K Cairo Santos, Jr., Tulane P Richie Leone, Jr., Houston KR Quincy McDue, Sr., UCF PR J.J. Worton, So., UCF LS Billy Johnson, Gr., Tulane

FIRST TEAM

SPECIAL TEAMS K Chris Boswell, Jr., Rice P Ian Campbell, Sr., UTEP KR Trey Watts, Jr., Tulsa PR Justin Hardy, So., East Carolina LS Brandon Hartson, Sr., Houston

HONORABLE MENTION

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SeConD Team

OFFENSE QB Blake Bortles, So., UCF RB Vintavious Cooper, Jr., East Carolina RB Charles Sims, Jr., Houston OL Bryan Collins, Sr., SMU OL Jordan Devey, Sr., Memphis OL Trent Dupy, Sr., Tulsa OL Will Simmons, Jr., East Carolina OL Torrian Wilson, So., UCF TE Gator Hoskins, Jr., Marshall WR Aaron Dobson, Sr., Marshall WR Keyarris Garrett, So., Tulsa WR Darius Johnson, Sr., SMU DEFENSE DL Michael Brooks, Sr., East Carolina DL Johnnie Farms, Jr., Memphis DL Martin Ifedi, So., Memphis DL Jared St. John, Sr., Tulsa LB Marvin Burdette, Sr., UAB LB Derrell Johnson, Jr., East Carolina LB Taylor Reed, Sr., SMU DB Kenneth Acker, Jr., SMU DB A.J. Bouye, Sr., UCF DB Dominick LeGrande, Gr., Marshall DB Marco Nelson, Jr., Tulsa

OFFENSE QB Shane Carden, So., East Carolina QB Cody Green, Jr., Tulsa QB Ryan Grin, Sr., Tulane QB Taylor McHargue, Jr., Rice RB Nathan Jeery, So., UTEP RB Alex Singleton, Sr., Tulsa RB Trey Watts, Jr., Tulsa OL Eloy Atkinson, Sr., UTEP OL Drew Carroll, So., Rice OL Adhem Elsawi, Jr., East Carolina OL Jordan Free, Sr., SMU OL Chris Jasperse, So., Marshall OL Jordan Jeries, Jr., Marshall OL Eric Jones, Sr., Tulane OL Jordan McCray, Jr., UCF OL James Nelson, Sr., UTEP OL Austin Quattrochi, Sr., Southern Miss OL Bryce Redman, So., Houston OL Alex Schooler, Jr., Marshall OL Jason Weaver, Sr., Southern Miss OL Caleb Williams, Fr., Rice TE Kennard Backman, So., UAB TE Justin Tukes, So., UCF TE Craig Wenrick, Jr., UTEP TE Luke Willson, Sr., Rice WR Mike Edwards, Sr., UTEP WR Rannell Hall, So., UCF WR Jordan James, Jr., Tulsa WR Jeremy Johnson, Jr., SMU WR Sam McGue, Sr., Rice WR Marcus Rucker, Sr., Memphis WR Jackie Williams, Jr., UAB WR Antavious Wilson, Sr., Marshall DEFENSE DL Marcus Bagley, Jr., UTEP DL Alex Bazzie, Jr., Marshall DL Cody Bauer, Jr., Rice DL Christian Covington, Fr., Rice DL Austen Jacks, Sr., Tulane DL Derrick Jackson, Sr., Tulsa DL Horace Miller, Jr., UTEP DL Lee Pegues, Jr., East Carolina DL Torlan Pittman, Sr., SMU DL Terry Redden, So., Memphis DL Hosam Shahin, Jr., Rice DL Brandon Sparrow, Jr., Marshall DL Rakeem Nunez-Roches, So., Southern Miss DL Julius Warmsley, Jr., Tulane DL Greg Watkins, Sr., UTEP LB Anthony Brown, Jr., Memphis LB Jeremy Grove, So., East Carolina LB Shawn Jackson, Jr., Tulsa LB Tank Jakes, So., Memphis

LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB

Derrick Mathews, So., Houston Cameron Nwosu, Jr., Rice Josh Fely, Sr., UTEP Lonnie Ballentine, Jr., Memphis Jordan Batiste, Fr., Tulane Lorenzo Doss, Fr., Tulane DeShawn Grayson, Sr., UTEP Calvin Jones, Jr., UAB Damon Magazu, Jr., East Carolina Zach McMillian, Jr., Houston Okechukwu Okoroha, Gr., Marshall Paul Porras, Jr., Rice Lowell Rose, Sr., Tulsa Deron Wilson, Sr., Southern Miss Darren Woodard, Sr., UTEP

HONORS

SPECIAL TEAMS K Matt Hogan, Jr., Houston K Justin Haig, So., Marshall K Warren Harvey, So., East Carolina K Matt Hogan, Sr., Houston K Ty Long, So.., UAB P Tom Hornsey, Jr.., Memphis P Mike Loftus, So., SMU P Hunter Mullins, So., UAB P Trent Tignor, Jr., East Carolina KR Autrey Golden, Fr., UTEP KR Bobby McCain, So., Memphis PR Mike Edwards, Sr., UTEP LS Nick Dooley, Fr., UTEP LS Trevor Gillette, Jr., Rice LS Taylor Klein, Sr., UAB

All-freshman
OFFENSE

QB RB RB OL OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR

Austin Brown, UAB Kevin Grooms, Marshall Luke Turner, Rice Cameron Dees, Marshall Taylor Fallin, Memphis Caleb Williams, Rice Taylor Lasecki, SMU Cameron Blankenship, UAB Alan Cross, Memphis Deontay Greenberry, Houston Larry McDuey, Houston Breshad Perriman, UCF

DEFENSE DL Ricky Hunter, Memphis DL Christian Covington, Rice DL Derrick Alexander, Tulsa DL Deion Green, UCF LB Montese Overton, East Carolina LB D.J. Hunter, Marshall LB Trent Martin, Tulsa DB Trevon Stewart, Houston DB Shakiel Randolph, SMU DB Darion Monroe, Tulane DB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane SPECIAL TEAMS K Daniel Schwarz, Tulsa

P KR PR LS

Tyler Williams, Marshall Autrey Golden, UTEP Dennis Parks, Rice Rey Higuera, Tulsa

PlaYers of the weeK


OFFENSE

S3 S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N26

Nathan Jeery, RB, UTEP David Piland, QB, Houston Nick Lamaison, QB, UTEP Taylor McHargue, QB, Rice Tommy Shuler, WR, Marshall Charles Sims, RB, Houston Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina Latavius Murray, RB, UCF Ryan Grin, QB, Tulane Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall Darrin Reaves, RB, UAB Keyarris Garrett, WR, Tulsa Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina

Vintavious Cooper, East Carolina Kevin Grooms, Marshall Cairo Santos, Tulane

Defense S3 Jeremy Grove, LB, East Carolina S10 Kenneth Acker, DB, SMU S17 Montese Overton, LB, East Carolina S24 Dexter McCoil, DB, Tulsa O1 Chip Thompson, S, East Carolina O8 Randall Joyner, LB, SMU O15 Phillip Steward, LB, Houston O15 DeAundre Brown, LB, Tulsa O22 A.J. Bouye, DB, UCF O29 D.J. Hayden, DB, Houston N5 Troy Davis, LB, UCF N12 Cory Dorris, DE, Tulsa N19 DeAundre Brown, LB, Tulsa N26 JaGared Davis, LB, SMU SPECIAL TEAMS S3 Cameron Nwosu, LB, Rice S10 Chris Boswell, K, Rice S17 Trent Tignor, P, East Carolina S24 Tyler Williams, P, Marshall O1 Autrey Golden, KR, UTEP O8 Quincy McDue, KR, UCF O15 Matt Hogan, K, Houston O22 Kevin Pope, LB, SMU O29 Quincy McDue, KR, UCF N5 Cairo Santos, K, Tulane N12 Jackie Williams, PR, UAB N19 Chris Boswell, K, Rice N26 Jeremy Eddington, KR, Rice

ASSOCIATED PRESS

First Team

COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN

K Cairo Santos, Tulane COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM

First Team

P Tyler Williams, Marshall

First Team
FWAA

Honorable Mention
FWAA FRESHMAN

DB Darion Monroe, Tulane

K Cairo Santos, Tulane

First Team

First Team

P Tyler Williams, Marshall PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS FRESHMAN

K Cairo Santos, Tulane CBSSPORTS.COM

Third Team

Second Team

C-USA ALL-AMERICANS
ASSOCIATED PRESS

K Cairo Santos, Tulane PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS

DB D.J. Hunter, Marshall DB Darion Monroe, Tulane SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN

Second Team Third Team

First Team

K Cairo Santos, Tulane

First Team

DE Vinny Curry, Marshall WR Patrick Edwards, Houston LB - Sammy Brown, Houston CONSENSUS K Cairo Santos, Tulane

Fourth Team

DB Trevon Stewart, Houston DB D.J. Hunter, Marshall

DE Jamie Collins, Southern Miss K Chris Boswell, Rice SI.COM

National AwarDs Lou Groza Award


K- Cairo Santos, Tulane

First Team

K Cairo Santos, Tulane KR Quincy McDue

HONORS

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INDIVIDuaL LEaDERs, ALL GaMEs 2012 Statistics


RUSHING MURRAY, L., UCF LINE, Zach, SMU SIMS, Charles, HOU REAVES, Darrin, UAB WATTS, T, TLS JEFFERY, N., UTEP COOPER, V., ECU GROOMS, K., MAR DOUGLAS, J., TLS HAYS, Brandon, MEM PASS EFFICIENCY CATO, Rakeem, MAR BORTLES, Blake, UCF CARDEN, Shane, ECU KARAM, Jacob, MEM GRIFFIN, Ryan, TLN BROWN, Austin, UAB McHARGUE, T., RICE PILAND, David, HOU LAMAISON, N., UTEP GREEN, C., TLS TOTAL OFFENSE CATO, Rakeem, MAR GRIFFIN, Ryan, TLN PILAND, David, HOU GILBERT, G., SMU CARDEN, Shane, ECU McHARGUE, T., RICE BORTLES, Blake, UCF GREEN, C., TLS BROWN, A., UAB KARAM, Jacob, MEM RECEPTIONS/GAME SHULER, Tommy, MAR HARDY, Justin, ECU GRANT, Ryan, TLN PEACE, D., HOU JOHNSON, D., SMU WILSON, A., MAR DOBSON, A., MAR JOHNSON, J., SMU GARRETT, K., TLS EDWARDS, M., UTEP REC. YDS/GAME GRANT, Ryan, TLN SHULER, Tommy, MAR HARDY, Justin, ECU LESLIE, Jordan, UTEP EDWARDS, M., UTEP JOHNSON, D., SMU DOBSON, Aaron, MAR PEACE, D., HOU WILLIAMS, J., UAB TAYLOR, Jordan, RICE ALL-PURPOSE WATTS, T., TLS SIMS, Charles, HOU MURRAY, L., UCF LINE, Zach, SMU REAVES, Darrin, UAB EDWARDS, M., UTEP HARDY, Justin, ECU COOPER, V., ECU WILLIAMS, J., UAB SHULER, Tommy, MAR G 11 13 9 12 13 11 13 11 14 9 ATT YDS AVG 198 1106 5.6 277 1278 4.6 142 851 6.0 215 1037 4.8 186 1108 6.0 184 897 4.9 200 1049 5.2 121 737 6.1 137 936 6.8 118 576 4.9 ATT INT 406 11 251 7 273 10 176 3 245 11 205 12 194 5 256 12 126 9 228 11 TD YDS/G 15 100.5 13 98.3 11 94.6 13 86.4 3 85.2 7 81.5 7 80.7 8 67.0 7 66.9 6 64.0 PCT YDS 69.5 4201 62.9 3059 66.1 3116 64.2 1895 62.2 2771 57.7 2673 59.7 2209 57.1 2929 50.0 1686 54.4 2592 TD 37 25 23 14 20 15 12 16 12 17 EFF 147.1 144.5 143.0 137.0 132.4 128.2 125.9 118.5 114.8 114.5 INTERCEPTIONS HAYDEN, D.J., HOU DOSS, Lorenzo, TLN McMILLIAN, Z., HOU MCCOIL, D., TLS BALLENTINE, L., MEM STEWARD, P., HOU ACKER, Kenneth, SMU REED, Taylor, SMU THOMPSON, C., ECU JOYNER, Randall, SMU PUNT RETURNS MALONE, K., MEM WORTON, J.J., UCF HARDY, Justin, ECU EDWARDS, M., UTEP WATTS, T., TLS SNIPES-BOOKER, MAR PEACE, D., HOU KICKOFF RETURNS MCDUFFIE, Q., UCF GOLDEN, A., UTEP WATTS, T., TLS McCAIN, Bobby, MEM THOMPSON, D., SMU SIMS, Justin, USM JACKSON, Ryan, HOU SNIPES-BOOKER,MAR LAMPLEY, Tracy, USM HARRIS, Derrick, ECU PUNTING LEONE, Richie, HOU WILLIAMS, Tyler, MAR MULLINS, Hunter, UAB HORNSEY, Tom, MEM TIGNOR, Trent, ECU CAMPBELL, Ian, UTEP LOFTUS, Mike, SMU PICERELLI, P., TLN BOYLE, Jamie, UCF FIELD GOALS BOSWELL, Chris, RICE SANTOS, Cairo, TLN HOGAN, Matt, HOU HOVER, Chase, SMU LONG, Ty, UAB HARVEY, Warren, ECU HAIG, Justin, MAR ACOSTA, Corey, USM SCHWARZ, D., TLS VALADEZ, S., UTEP SCORING (TDs) SINGLETON, A., TLS MURRAY, L., UCF SIMS, Charles, HOU REAVES, Darrin, UAB LINE, Zach, SMU McHARGUE, T., RICE HOSKINS, Gator, MAR HARDY, Justin, ECU GROOMS, Kevin, MAR WILSON, A., MAR SACKS ST JOHN, J., TLS STEWARD, P., HOU COLLINS, Jamie, USM BROWN, D., TLS HUNT, Margus, SMU DAVIS, Troy, UCF IFEDI, Martin, MEM JOHNSON, Derrel, ECU REED, Taylor, SMU MATHEWS, D., HOU G INT YDS TD INT/G 9 4 171 2 0.44 12 5 79 0 0.42 12 5 8 0 0.42 14 5 38 0 0.36 12 3 14 0 0.25 12 3 -1 0 0.25 13 3 82 1 0.23 13 3 82 2 0.23 13 3 28 0 0.23 13 3 23 0 0.23 G RET YDS 12 22 261 14 25 266 13 20 175 10 14 106 13 22 154 9 11 57 9 11 48 G RET YDS 14 17 582 12 29 822 13 21 586 12 28 721 13 16 411 12 19 429 11 14 304 9 31 644 12 19 393 13 22 454 G PUNT YDS 12 60 2730 12 43 1943 12 50 2239 12 60 2606 13 61 2601 12 66 2814 13 52 2177 12 69 2846 14 60 2434 G 13 12 12 13 12 13 12 12 14 12 G 14 11 9 12 13 12 11 13 11 12 G 14 12 12 14 13 14 12 13 13 12 FG 23 21 20 18 14 15 13 11 12 10 TD 25 19 14 14 13 11 10 11 9 9 UA 11 10 10 9 8 6 6 6 6 6 FGA 29 21 25 29 17 20 16 17 18 15 TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 TD 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 AVG 45.5 45.2 44.8 43.4 42.6 42.6 41.9 41.2 40.6 FG/G 1.77 1.75 1.67 1.38 1.17 1.15 1.08 0.92 0.86 0.83 Pts Avg/G 150 10.7 114 10.4 84 9.3 84 7.0 78 6.0 66 5.5 60 5.5 66 5.1 54 4.9 54 4.5 AVG 11.9 10.6 8.8 7.6 7.0 5.2 4.4 AVG 34.2 28.3 27.9 25.8 25.7 22.6 21.7 20.8 20.7 20.6

G CMP 12 584 14 399 13 413 12 274 9 394 12 355 12 325 11 448 10 252 13 419

STATISTICS

G RUSH PASS PLAYS TOTAL YDS/G 12 31 4201 641 4232 352.7 9 127 2771 426 2644 293.8 11 190 2929 493 3119 283.5 13 346 2932 600 3278 252.2 13 74 3116 498 3190 245.4 12 667 2209 489 2876 239.7 14 285 3059 486 3344 238.9 13 283 2592 497 2875 221.2 12 237 2673 417 2436 203.0 12 221 1895 375 2116 176.3 G REC YDS TD AVG/C REC/G 12 110 1138 6 10.3 9.17 13 88 1105 11 12.6 6.77 12 76 1149 6 15.1 6.33 9 54 603 2 11.2 6.00 11 64 787 5 12.3 5.82 12 69 741 9 10.7 5.75 10 57 679 3 11.9 5.70 13 67 679 3 10.1 5.15 14 67 845 9 12.6 4.79 10 45 765 6 17.0 4.50 G REC YDS TD AVG/C YDS/G 12 76 1149 6 15.1 95.8 12 110 1138 6 10.3 94.8 13 88 1105 11 12.6 85.0 12 51 973 6 19.1 81.1 10 45 765 6 17.0 76.5 11 64 787 5 12.3 71.5 10 57 679 3 11.9 67.9 9 54 603 2 11.2 67.0 12 52 799 1 15.4 66.6 13 57 826 3 14.5 63.5 G Rush RCv PR KR YDs 13 1108 343 154 586 2191 9 851 373 0 0 1224 11 1106 231 0 0 1337 13 1278 229 0 0 1507 12 1037 302 0 19 1358 10 36 765 106 128 1035 13 0 1105 175 0 1280 13 1049 229 0 0 1278 12 0 799 132 227 1158 12 0 1138 15 0 1153 Avg/G 168.5 136.0 121.5 115.9 113.2 103.5 98.5 98.3 96.5 96.1

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PCT 79.3 100.0 80.0 62.1 82.4 75.0 81.2 64.7 66.7 66.7

Run Pass Ret 24 1 0 15 4 0 11 3 0 13 1 0 13 0 0 11 0 0 0 10 0 0 11 0 8 1 0 0 9 0 A TOTAL 1 11.5 2 11.0 0 10.0 0 9.0 0 8.0 4 8.0 3 7.5 2 7.0 1 6.5 0 6.0

TACKLES BURDETTE, M., UAB LEGRANDE, D., MAR STEWARD, P., HOU STEWART, T., HOU MATHEWS, D., HOU DANIELS, E., HOU FELY, Josh, UTEP OKOROHA, O., MAR BROWN, D., TLS ISHMAEL, Kemal, UCF HUNTER, D.J., MAR GEATHERS, C., UCF MONROE, Darion, TLN JACKSON, S., TLS PLUMMER, T., UCF COLLINS, Jamie, USM SHIPMAN, Ray, UCF REED, Taylor, SMU PORRAS, Paul, RICE JOYNER, Randall, SMU DAVIS, Zach, TLN NWOSU, Cameron, RICE DAVIS, Jonathan, UCF HOLMES, J., MAR HAYDEN, D.J., HOU

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 12 14 12 11 14 12 12 13 13 13 11 13 14 12 9

UA 90 69 57 52 46 48 44 43 81 68 46 62 60 55 50 66 38 62 64 52 50 55 50 34 38

A 67 63 71 74 80 64 68 65 44 56 56 55 36 33 58 26 53 35 29 41 28 37 49 48 23

TOTAL TPG 157 13.1 132 11.0 128 11.0 126 11.0 126 10.5 112 9.3 112 9.3 108 9.0 125 8.9 124 8.9 102 8.5 117 8.4 96 8.0 88 8.0 108 7.7 92 7.7 91 7.6 97 7.5 93 7.2 93 7.2 78 7.1 92 7.1 99 7.1 82 6.8 61 6.8

TACKLES FOR LOSS COLLINS, Jamie, USM STEWARD, P., HOU MATHEWS, D., HOU BROWN, D., TLS REED, Taylor, SMU ST JOHN, J., TLS HOLMES, J., MAR BURDETTE, Marvin, UAB BAUER, Cody, RICE DAVIS, Troy, UCF FUMBLES FORCED STEWARD, P., HOU COLLINS, Jamie, USM WILLIAMS, Jared, RICE JACKSON, S., TLS HUELSING, Mitch, MEM FALLS, Maurice, ECU DAVIS, JaGared, SMU WHITE, Julius, RICE McDONALD, A.., HOU ST JOHN, J., TLS

G TOTAL 12 20.0 12 19.0 12 17.0 14 17.0 13 14.5 14 14.0 12 13.5 12 13.0 13 12.0 14 11.5 G TOTAL 12 5 12 4 13 4 11 3 12 3 13 3 13 3 13 3 9 2 14 3

Avg. 1.67 1.58 1.42 1.21 1.12 1.00 1.12 1.08 0.92 0.82 Avg. 0.42 0.33 0.31 0.27 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.22 0.21 Avg. 1.38 1.33 1.15 1.15 1.00 0.92 0.92 0.86 0.85 0.83

PASSES DEFENDED G TOTAL GAINES, Phillip, RICE 13 18 HAYDEN, D.J., HOU 9 12 ARMSTRONG, Adonis, ECU 13 15 ACKER, Kenneth, SMU 13 15 MCCOIL, D., TLS 14 14 McMILLIAN, Zach, HOU 12 11 TRAVIS, Ryan, TLN 12 11 ROSE, L., TLS 14 12 SCOTT, Jay, SMU 13 11 BATES, Thomas, HOU 12 10

TEaM LEaDERs, ALL GaMEs 2012 Statistics


RUSHING OFFENSE Tulsa Rice UCF Marshall Southern Miss Memphis Houston UTEP East Carolina SMU UAB Tulane PASS OFFENSE Marshall Houston UAB Tulane East Carolina SMU Rice UCF UTEP Tulsa Southern Miss Memphis TOTAL OFFENSE Marshall Houston Tulsa Rice UAB East Carolina UCF UTEP SMU Southern Miss Tulane Memphis G ATT YDS AVG 14 689 3440 5.0 13 625 2623 4.2 14 527 2545 4.8 12 480 2030 4.2 12 479 1855 3.9 12 489 1821 3.7 12 393 1814 4.6 12 455 1782 3.9 13 459 1760 3.8 13 400 1716 4.3 12 416 1323 3.2 12 280 475 1.7 TD YDS/G 41 245.7 26 201.8 33 181.8 24 169.2 17 154.6 18 151.8 18 151.2 13 148.5 23 135.4 22 132.0 19 110.2 3 39.6 SCORING OFFENSE Marshall UCF Tulsa Houston Rice East Carolina SMU UAB Memphis Tulane UTEP Southern Miss PUNT RETURN AVG. Memphis Tulane UCF UTEP UAB SMU East Carolina Marshall Tulsa Southern Miss Rice Houston KICKOFF RETURNS Tulsa UCF UTEP SMU Rice Memphis Southern Miss UAB Marshall East Carolina Houston Tulane TD XPT 2XP DXP FG SAF PTS AVG 65 60 0 1 13 0 491 40.9 67 60 1 0 10 1 496 35.4 65 52 3 0 12 1 486 34.7 47 45 1 0 20 0 389 32.4 50 45 0 0 23 0 414 31.8 52 50 1 0 15 0 409 31.5 49 47 0 0 18 1 397 30.5 43 39 0 0 14 0 339 28.2 39 36 0 1 7 0 293 24.4 28 26 0 0 21 0 257 21.4 32 26 3 0 10 0 254 21.2 29 27 0 0 11 1 236 19.7 G RET YDS TD 12 25 300 1 12 13 144 0 14 25 266 0 12 19 191 1 12 26 261 2 13 21 205 0 13 22 188 0 12 15 124 1 14 31 254 1 12 6 40 0 13 19 97 1 12 24 93 0 G RET YDS TD 14 36 959 1 14 38 943 3 12 46 1096 2 13 30 692 0 13 38 876 1 12 50 1141 0 12 53 1137 1 12 33 687 0 12 51 1014 0 13 49 972 1 12 41 801 0 12 44 847 0 AVG 12.0 11.1 10.6 10.1 10.0 9.8 8.5 8.3 8.2 6.7 5.1 3.9 AVG 26.6 24.8 23.8 23.1 23.1 22.8 21.5 20.8 19.9 19.8 19.5 19.2

G CMP ATT INT PCT YDS AVG TD YDS/G 12 607 424 12 69.9 4381 7.2 39 365.1 12 591 337 20 57.0 3941 6.7 27 328.4 12 479 279 13 58.2 3706 7.7 21 308.8 12 536 310 20 57.8 3359 6.3 23 279.9 13 488 319 14 65.4 3551 7.3 25 273.2 13 516 273 15 52.9 3059 5.9 16 235.3 13 401 236 5 58.9 2933 7.3 19 225.6 14 412 257 7 62.4 3158 7.7 28 225.6 12 376 198 13 52.7 2688 7.1 16 224.0 14 471 248 13 52.7 2960 6.3 9 211.4 12 313 151 13 48.2 2019 6.5 9 68.2 12 283 182 3 64.3 1999 7.1 16 166.6 G 12 12 14 13 12 13 14 12 13 12 12 12 RUSH 2030 1814 3440 2623 1323 1760 2545 1782 1716 1855 475 1821 PASS PLAYS YDS AVG/P TD YDS/G 4381 1087 6411 5.9 63 534.2 3941 984 5755 5.8 45 479.6 2960 1160 6400 5.5 60 457.1 2933 1026 5556 5.4 45 427.4 3706 895 5029 5.6 40 419.1 3551 947 5311 5.6 48 408.5 3158 939 5703 6.1 61 407.4 2688 831 4470 5.4 29 372.5 3059 916 4775 5.2 38 367.3 2019 792 3874 4.9 26 322.8 3359 816 3834 4.7 26 319.5 1999 772 3820 4.9 34 318.3

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RUSHING DEFENSE SMU Tulsa Memphis East Carolina UCF UAB Rice Houston UTEP Marshall Southern Miss Tulane PASS EFF. DEF. UCF Tulsa SMU Houston Memphis UTEP Tulane Rice East Carolina Marshall Southern Miss UAB TOTAL DEFENSE Tulsa UCF Memphis SMU Rice Southern Miss UAB East Carolina UTEP Marshall Tulane Houston SCORING DEFENSE UCF Tulsa SMU UTEP Rice Memphis East Carolina Houston UAB Southern Miss Tulane Marshall TURNOVER MARGIN SMU UCF Rice Tulsa East Carolina Memphis Marshall UTEP Houston UAB Tulane Southern Miss PUNTING UTEP Houston Memphis Tulane Marshall East Carolina Southern Miss SMU Rice UCF Tulsa UAB

G Rushes YarDs Avg 13 418 1533 3.7 14 520 1674 3.2 12 425 1656 3.9 13 467 2015 4.3 14 544 2182 4.0 12 477 2192 4.6 13 506 2479 4.9 12 521 2313 4.4 12 481 2332 4.8 12 527 2437 4.6 12 500 2490 5.0 12 528 2675 5.1

TD YDs/G 14 117.9 20 119.6 15 138.0 21 155.0 21 155.9 33 182.7 30 190.7 23 192.8 24 194.3 30 203.1 34 207.5 30 222.9

FIELD GOALS Tulane UAB Marshall Houston Rice East Carolina UCF Tulsa Southern Miss SMU UTEP Memphis PAT KICKING Marshall East Carolina Houston Southern Miss Tulane SMU UAB Memphis Rice UTEP UCF Tulsa FIRST DOWNS Marshall Tulsa Rice UCF Houston East Carolina UAB SMU UTEP Southern Miss Tulane Memphis 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS Marshall UCF Rice East Carolina Houston UAB SMU Tulane Tulsa Memphis Southern Miss UTEP 4TH-DN CONVERSIONS East Carolina Memphis Rice UCF Tulsa Marshall Southern Miss UTEP Houston UAB SMU Tulane PENALTIES UCF SMU Southern Miss UTEP Tulsa East Carolina Rice Houston Tulane Marshall UAB Memphis

G MaDe 12 21 12 14 12 13 12 20 13 23 13 15 14 10 14 12 12 11 13 18 12 10 12 7

Att PCt. 21 1.000 17 .824 16 .812 25 .800 29 .793 20 .750 14 .714 18 .667 17 .647 29 .621 18 .556 13 .538

Att Cmp Int PCt YDs TD Eff 480 288 11 60.0 3048 16 119.8 481 269 12 55.9 3195 19 119.8 540 300 21 55.6 3616 27 120.5 510 302 19 59.2 3483 25 125.3 435 269 8 61.8 2947 25 134.0 384 229 7 59.6 2950 18 136.0 380 212 15 55.8 3116 23 136.7 378 213 11 56.3 3058 21 136.8 475 279 10 58.7 3584 28 137.4 426 277 9 65.0 3042 30 144.0 338 219 5 64.8 2628 23 149.6 356 232 6 65.2 2935 22 151.4 Rush 1674 2182 1656 1533 2479 2490 2192 2015 2332 2437 2675 2313 Pass PlaYs YarDs Avg/P TD YDs/G 3195 1001 4869 4.9 39 347.8 3048 1024 5230 5.1 37 373.6 2947 860 4603 5.4 40 383.6 3616 958 5149 5.4 41 396.1 3058 884 5537 6.3 51 425.9 2628 838 5118 6.1 57 426.5 2935 833 5127 6.2 55 427.2 3584 942 5599 5.9 49 430.7 2950 865 5282 6.1 42 440.2 3042 953 5479 5.7 60 456.6 3116 908 5791 6.4 53 82.6 3483 1031 5796 5.6 48 483.0

G MaDe Att PCt. 12 60 60 1.000 13 50 50 1.000 12 45 45 1.000 12 27 28 .964 12 26 27 .963 13 47 49 .959 12 39 41 .951 12 36 38 .947 13 45 48 .938 12 26 28 .929 14 60 65 .923 14 52 59 .881 G Rush Pass Pen Total 12 117 214 22 353 14 171 126 27 324 13 147 140 19 306 14 145 144 12 301 12 91 176 25 292 13 104 159 22 285 12 93 150 27 270 13 92 141 16 249 12 95 119 19 233 12 108 87 20 215 12 44 143 27 214 12 112 85 14 211 G MaDe 12 113 14 91 13 100 13 83 12 81 12 70 13 78 12 71 14 91 12 60 12 61 12 62 G MaDe 13 11 12 20 13 12 14 9 14 21 12 12 12 7 12 8 12 9 12 10 13 5 12 5 Att PCt. 207 54.6 186 48.9 220 45.5 190 43.7 197 41.1 177 39.5 199 39.2 184 38.6 237 38.4 166 36.1 169 36.1 174 35.6 Att PCt. 15 73.3 28 71.4 17 70.6 15 60.0 37 56.8 23 52.2 16 43.8 21 38.1 25 36.0 28 35.7 16 31.2 18 27.8

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TD FG XPT 2XP DXP SAF PTS Avg/G 40 36 0 0 11 0 309 22.1 44 36 1 1 9 0 331 23.6 43 38 1 0 12 0 334 25.7 46 43 0 1 12 0 357 29.8 53 44 2 0 8 0 390 30.0 44 42 0 0 19 0 363 30.2 52 49 1 0 16 0 411 31.6 55 52 1 0 16 0 432 36.0 57 53 2 1 15 2 450 37.5 60 55 0 0 13 0 454 37.8 59 56 0 0 17 0 461 38.4 69 62 1 0 13 0 517 43.1 (Gained) (Lost) Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar 16 21 37 8 15 23 +14 16 11 27 8 7 15 +12 16 11 27 17 5 22 +5 15 12 27 11 13 24 +3 12 10 22 8 14 22 +0 15 8 23 21 3 24 -1 9 9 18 8 12 20 -2 12 7 19 10 13 23 -4 12 19 31 15 20 35 -4 12 6 18 14 13 27 -9 9 15 24 13 20 33 -9 7 5 12 15 13 28 -16 Punts Avg PR Avg YDs/P 66 42.6 65 1.0 39.8 61 45.4 205 3.4 39.2 61 42.7 191 3.1 38.8 71 41.1 202 2.8 37.6 46 43.1 176 3.8 37.1 61 42.6 199 3.3 36.5 64 39.8 190 3.0 35.6 71 41.2 324 4.6 35.6 65 37.0 48 0.7 35.1 61 39.9 151 2.5 34.6 80 37.6 226 2.8 34.5 52 43.1 358 6.9 32.8

G No YDs Avg./G 14 60 507 36.2 13 67 518 39.8 12 57 486 40.5 12 58 501 41.8 14 63 586 41.9 13 55 567 43.6 13 72 675 51.9 12 74 643 53.6 12 76 647 53.9 12 78 726 60.5 12 87 761 63.4 12 85 832 69.3

2012 suPERLaTIVEs - aLL GaMEs


INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS TEAM GAME HIGHS


SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012)

Points scored 24 Kevin Grooms, Marshall at Rice (Sep 22, 2012) 72 24 Charles Sims, Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) 24 Latavius Murray, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) Touchdowns 4 Kevin Grooms, Marshall at Rice (Sep 22, 2012) 10 4 Charles Sims, Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) 4 Latavius Murray, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) TD responsibility 6 Shane Carden, East Carolina vs. Marshall (Nov 23, 2012) [3r,3p] Points scored kicking 21 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) [6fg,3pat] 21 Total oense yards 584 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) [4r,580p] 693 Total oense plays 81 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) [4r,77p] 115 Total oense yards/play 32.6 JaTerian Douglas Tulsa vs. Nicholls State (Sep 15, 2012) [5-163] 9.2 Rushing yards 223 Darrin Reaves, UAB at Southern Miss (Nov 3, 2012) 364 Rushing attempts 35 Darrin Reaves, UAB at Southern Miss (Nov 3, 2012) 69 Yards per rush 32.6 JaTerian Douglas vs. Nicholls State (Sep 15, 2012) [5-163] 8.2 Rushing TDs 3 15 tied with 7 Longest rush 86 David Piland, Houston at UCLA (Sep 15, 2012) 86 Passing yards 580 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) 580 Passing attempts 77 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) 77 Passing TDs 5 ve tied with 6 Longest pass 88 Driphus Jackson, Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) 88 Passes completed 53 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) 53 Had intercepted 5 David Piland, Houston at UCLA (Sep 15, 2012) 6 Pass completion pct. 88.2 Pass yards/attempt 39 Jim Jones, UTEP at Houston (Oct 27, 2012) [2-78] 17 Pass yards/catch 39 Jim Jones, UTEP at Houston (Oct 27, 2012) [2-78] Receiving yards 218 Jordan Leslie, UTEP at Tulsa (Oct 11, 2012) Receptions 19 Tommy Shuler, Marshall at Purdue (Sep 29, 2012) Yards per catch 62.5 Quentin Pierce, Southern Miss vs. UTEP (Nov 17, 2012) [2-125] 29.5 Receiving TDs 3 six tied with Longest reception 88 Sam McGue, Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) Field goal attempts 7 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) 7 Field goals made 6 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) 6 Longest eld goal 57 Chris Boswell, Rice at Louisiana Tech (Sep 15, 2012) 57 57 Cairo Santos, Tulane vs. Rice (Nov 3, 2012) 57 PAT kicks attempted 10 Chase Hover, SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) 10 PAT kicks made 9 Daniel Schwarz, Tulsa vs. Nicholls State (Sep 15, 2012) 9 9 Chase Hover, SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) 9 2-point PAT attempts 2 2-point PATs made 1 Punts 10 four tied with 10 Yards punted 437 Richie Leone, Houston) at UCLA (Sep 15, 2012) [9-437] 437 Longest punt 77 Richie Leone, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) 77 Punting avg. 54.2 Hunter Mullins, UAB at Houston (Oct 13, 2012) [4-217] 54.2 Punt returns 5 four tied with 6 Punt return yards 112 Keiwone Malone, Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) 138 Longest punt return 79 Jackie Williams, UAB vs. Marshall (Nov 10, 2012) 79 Punt return TDs 1 seven tied with 1 Punt return avg. 31.5 Darion Monroe, Tulane vs. UAB (Oct 27, 2012) [2-63] 31.5 Kick returns 6 nine tied with 10 Kick return yards 210 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (Nov 24, 2012) 255 Kick return avg. 97.5 Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) [2-195] 64 Longest kick return 100 Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss at Nebraska (Sep 1, 2012) 100 Kick return TDs 2 Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) 2 Combined PR/KR yards 210 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (Nov 24, 2012) [0pr-210kr] Interceptions 2 nine tied with 7 Interception return yds. 96 Cameron Rogers, SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sep 8, 2012) 232 Interception return avg. 47.5 D.J. Hayden, Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) [2-95] 76 Longest interception return 97 D.J. Hayden, Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) 97 Interception return TDs 1 23 tied with 3 Fumbles lost 3 Fumbles recovered 3 Sacked by opp. 8 8 All-purpose yards 279 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (Nov 24, 2012) Tackles 24 Marvin Burdette, UAB at Tulane (Oct 27, 2012) [16-8] Sacks 3 DeAundre Brown, Tulsa vs. UTEP (Oct 11, 2012) [3-0] 8 3 Jamie Collins, Southern Miss vs UAB (Nov 3, 2012) [3-0] Tackles for loss 4.5 Derrick Mathews, Houston vs. Texas State (Sep 1, 2012) [4-1] 4.5 DeAundre Brown, Tulsa vs. UTEP (Oct 11, 2012) [4-1] Turnovers committed 9 Turnovers caused 10 Kicks blocked 3 First downs 40 1st downs rushing 20 1st downs passing 28 1st downs by penalty 6 Penalties 16 Penalties yards 131

Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) [6fg,3pat] Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) [113r,580p] Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) [38r,77p] UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) [62-568] Tulsa vs. Tulane (Sep 8, 2012) Tulsa vs. UCF (Dec 1, 2012) Houston vs. North Texas (Oct 6, 2012) [37-302] Tulsa vs. Nicholls State (Sep 15, 2012) Houston at UCLA (Sep 15, 2012) Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) Marshall at East Carolina (Nov 23, 2012) Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) [15-17] Southern Miss vs. UTEP (Nov 17, 2012) [22-374]

UTEP vs. Rice (Nov 24, 2012) [10-295] Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) Rice at Louisiana Tech (Sep 15, 2012) Tulane vs. Rice (Nov 3, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) Tulsa vs. Nicholls State (Sep 15, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) ve tied with nine tied with ve tied with Houston at UCLA (Sep 15, 2012) [9-437] Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) UAB at Houston (Oct 13, 2012) [4-217] Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) UAB vs. Marshall (Nov 10, 2012) seven tied with Tulane vs. UAB (Oct 27, 2012) [2-63] Southern Miss vs. Marshall (Oct 20, 2012) Tulsa at Marshall (Oct 6, 2012) UCF vs. East Carolina (Oct 4, 2012) [2-128] Southern Miss at Nebraska (Sep 1, 2012) UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sep 8, 2012) SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sep 8, 2012) SMU vs. Fresno State (Dec 24, 2012) [2-152] Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) nine tied with ten tied with Tulane at Tulsa (Sep 8, 2012) UAB at Houston (Oct 13, 2012) Tulsa vs. Tulane (Sep 8, 2012)

Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin (Sep 8, 2012) Rice vs. UCLA (Aug 30, 2012) Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) Tulsa vs. Tulane (Sep 8, 2012) Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (Sep 8, 2012) Tulsa vs. Iowa State (Dec 31, 2012) Memphis at Marshall (Nov 3, 2012) Memphis at Marshall (Nov 3, 2012)

STATISTICS

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INDIVIDuaL LEaDERs, C-USA GaMEs 2012 Statistics


RUSHING LINE, Zach, SMU MURRAY, L., UCF REAVES, Darrin, UAB COOPER, V., ECU JEFFERY, N., UTEP SIMS, Charles, HOU WATTS, T., TLS GROOMS, Kevin, MAR SINGLETON, A., TLS HAYS, Brandon, MEM PASS EFFICIENCY CARDEN, Shane, ECU CATO, Rakeem, MAR BORTLES, Blake, UCF KARAM, Jacob, MEM JONES, C., HOU GRIFFIN, Ryan, TLN McHARGUE, T., RICE GREEN, C., TLS BROWN, Austin, UAB PILAND, David, HOU TOTAL OFFENSE CATO, Rakeem, MAR CARDEN, Shane, ECU GRIFFIN, Ryan, TLN GILBERT, G., SMU McHARGUE, T., RICE GREEN, C., TLS BROWN, Austin, UAB PILAND, David, HOU BORTLES, Blake, UCF KARAM, Jacob, MEM RECEPTIONS/GAME SHULER, Tommy, MAR HARDY, Justin, ECU GRANT, Ryan, TLN JOHNSON, J., SMU JOHNSON, D., SMU WILSON, A., MAR DOBSON, A., MAR GARRETT, K., TLS RUSH, Xavier, TLN CARTER, W., TLS REC. YDS/GAME GRANT, Ryan, TLN HARDY, Justin, ECU SHULER, Tommy, MAR LESLIE, Jordan, UTEP JOHNSON, D., SMU EDWARDS, M., UTEP GARRETT, K., TLS DOBSON, A., MAR ADAMS, N., UAB WILSON, A., MAR ALL-PURPOSE WATTS, T., TLS REAVES, Darrin, UAB MURRAY, L., UCF SIMS, Charles, HOU LINE, Zach, SMU HARDY, Justin, ECU COOPER, V., ECU GRANT, Ryan, TLN MCDUFFIE, Q., UCF GROOMS, Kevin,, MAR G 8 8 8 8 8 6 7 8 8 8 G 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 8 7 ATT YDS AVG 183 864 4.7 142 856 6.0 167 854 5.1 158 807 5.1 155 711 4.6 87 499 5.7 93 566 6.1 96 599 6.2 127 585 4.6 116 556 4.8 ATT CMP INT 294 200 7 355 247 6 204 128 2 163 111 2 131 76 6 346 211 10 199 116 2 233 135 4 294 164 11 226 127 6 TD YDS/G 9 108.0 12 107.0 12 106.8 6 100.9 7 88.9 8 83.2 1 80.9 8 74.9 16 73.1 6 69.5 PCT YDS 68.0 2380 69.6 2540 62.7 1658 68.1 1178 58.0 972 61.0 2517 58.3 1421 57.9 1594 55.8 2182 56.2 1568 TD 19 24 11 9 11 19 7 11 14 9 EFF 152.6 148.6 146.8 144.6 138.9 134.4 127.9 127.6 126.4 122.3 INTERCEPTIONS DOSS, Lorenzo, TLN McMILLIAN, Zach, HOU STEWARD, P., HOU BOUYE, A.J., UCF McDONALD, A., HOU BAILEY, M., TLN DAVIS, JaGared, SMU ISHMAEL, Kemal, UCF THOMPSON, C., ECU WOODARD, D., UTEP PUNT RETURNS MALONE, K., MEM WORTON, J.J., UCF HARDY, Justin, ECU WATTS, T., TLS PAYNE, Damian, HOU PARKS, Dennis, RICE KICKOFF RETURNS MCDUFFIE, Q., UCF WATTS, T., TLS GOLDEN, Autrey, UTEP RICHARD, Jalen, USM THOMPSON, D., SMU JACKSON, Ryan, HOU McCAIN, Bobby, MEM HARRIS, Derrick, ECU TURNER, Luke, RICE FRANKLIN, Greg, UAB PUNTING MULLINS, Hunter, UAB WILLIAMS, Tyler, MAR LEONE, Richie, HOU LOFTUS, Mike, SMU CAMPBELL, Ian, UTEP HORNSEY, Tom, MEM BOYLE, Jamie, UCF PICERELLI, P., TLN TIGNOR, Trent, ECU BOEHME, Peter, USM FIELD GOALS SANTOS, Cairo, TLN BOSWELL, Chris, RICE HOGAN, Matt, HOU HOVER, Chase, SMU HARVEY, Warren, ECU HAIG, Justin, MAR LONG, Ty, UAB ACOSTA, Corey, USM VALADEZ, S., UTEP SCHWARZ, D., TLS SCORING SINGLETON, A., TLS MURRAY, L., UCF SIMS, Charles, HOU REAVES, Darrin, UAB HOGAN, Matt, HOU SANTOS, Cairo, TLN BOSWELL, C., RICE HAIG, Justin, MAR HOVER, Chase, SMU HARVEY, Warren, ECU SACKS STEWARD, P., HOU ST JOHN, J., TLS COLLINS, Jamie, USM BROWN, D., TLS JOHNSON, D., ECU IFEDI, Martin, MEM DORRIS, C., TLS DANIELS, E., HOU BAUER, Cody, RICE TAYLOR, J., MAR G INT YDS TD INT/G 8 4 50 0 0.50 8 4 3 0 0.50 8 3 -1 0 0.38 8 2 108 1 0.25 8 2 44 0 0.25 8 2 37 0 0.25 8 2 30 1 0.25 8 2 27 0 0.25 8 2 24 0 0.25 8 2 20 0 0.25 G 8 8 8 7 6 8 G 8 7 8 7 8 7 8 8 8 8 RET YDS 18 250 15 139 14 120 14 59 9 33 13 42 RET YDS 14 517 9 273 24 710 10 259 16 411 9 215 20 452 17 374 12 254 10 209 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 46.6 45.2 43.9 43.9 42.6 42.5 42.1 41.6 40.8 40.5 FG/G 2.00 1.62 1.62 1.50 1.25 1.12 0.88 0.88 0.88 0.88 AVG 13.9 9.3 8.6 4.2 3.7 3.2 AVG 36.9 30.3 29.6 25.9 25.7 23.9 22.6 22.0 21.2 20.9

STATISTICS

G RUSH PASS PLAYS TOTAL YDS/G 8 -19 2540 396 2521 315.1 8 112 2380 358 2492 311.5 8 -115 2517 373 2402 300.2 8 278 1836 352 2114 264.2 7 354 1421 296 1775 253.6 7 179 1594 267 1773 253.3 8 -217 2182 342 1965 245.6 7 91 1568 256 1659 237.0 8 167 1658 258 1825 228.1 8 139 1178 232 1317 164.6 G REC YDS TD AVG/C 8 67 691 5 10.3 8 59 841 7 14.3 8 57 927 5 16.3 8 49 490 2 10.0 7 42 594 4 14.1 8 47 491 8 10.4 6 30 390 1 13.0 8 38 553 6 14.6 8 37 479 5 12.9 8 36 266 2 7.4 G 8 8 8 8 7 6 8 6 8 8 REC YDS 57 927 59 841 67 691 32 686 42 594 24 440 38 553 30 390 32 515 47 491 REC/G 8.38 7.38 7.12 6.12 6.00 5.88 5.00 4.75 4.62 4.50

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G PUNT YDS 8 35 1631 8 30 1355 8 39 1714 8 37 1626 8 39 1660 8 38 1614 8 30 1263 8 41 1704 8 39 1591 8 44 1784 G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 G 8 8 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 FG 16 13 13 12 10 9 7 7 7 7 TD 17 14 10 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 FGA 16 17 17 18 12 10 9 9 11 12

TD AVG/C YDS/G 5 16.3 115.9 7 14.3 105.1 5 10.3 86.4 4 21.4 85.8 4 14.1 84.9 3 18.3 73.3 6 14.6 69.1 1 13.0 65.0 1 16.1 64.4 8 10.4 61.4 Avg/G 159.7 133.5 129.0 125.5 124.1 120.1 119.0 115.9 109.9 102.2

PCT 100.0 76.5 76.5 66.7 83.3 90.0 77.8 77.8 63.6 58.3

G Rush RCv PR KR YDs 7 566 220 59 273 1118 8 854 195 0 19 1068 8 856 176 0 0 1032 6 499 254 0 0 753 8 864 129 0 0 993 8 0 841 120 0 961 8 807 145 0 0 952 8 0 927 0 0 927 8 162 200 0 517 879 8 599 28 0 191 818

Run Pass Ret Pts Avg/G 0 0 0 102 12.8 0 0 0 84 10.5 0 0 0 60 10.0 0 0 0 78 9.8 34 XP 13 FG 0 73 9.1 24 XP 16 FG 0 72 9.0 30 XP 13 FG 0 69 8.6 41 XP 9 FG 0 68 8.5 31 XP 12 FG 0 67 8.4 36 10 0 66 8.2 A TOTAL 2 9.0 1 7.5 0 7.0 0 7.0 2 7.0 3 6.5 0 6.0 0 5.0 1 4.5 1 4.5

G UA 8 8 8 7 8 7 8 7 8 6 8 5 8 6 8 5 8 4 8 4

TACKLES BURDETTE, M., UAB STEWART, T., HOU LEGRANDE, D., MAR MATHEWS, D., HOU FELY, Josh, UTEP DANIELS, E., HOU OKOROHA, O., MAR STEWARD, P., HOU BROWN, D., TLS HUNTER, D.J., MAR ISHMAEL, Kemal, UCF MONROE, Darion, TLN GEATHERS, C., UCF DAVIS, J., UCF SHIPMAN, Ray, UCF JACKSON, S., TLS HOLMES, J., MAR JOYNER, Randall, SMU THOMAS, Drew, UTEP REED, Taylor, SMU TACKLES FOR LOSS COLLINS, Jamie, USM STEWARD, P., HOU BROWN, D., TLS DORRIS, C., TLS BURDETTE, M., UAB ST JOHN, J., TLS BAUER, Cody, RICE IFEDI, Martin, MEM HOLMES, J., MAR DANIELS, E., HOU

G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8

UA 74 31 44 30 33 36 26 33 53 32 36 38 35 33 27 35 25 35 33 38

A TOTAL TPG 50 124 15.5 59 90 11.2 46 90 11.2 54 84 10.5 48 81 10.1 45 81 10.1 53 79 9.9 44 77 9.6 23 76 9.5 43 75 9.4 33 69 8.6 31 69 8.6 33 68 8.5 34 67 8.4 37 64 8.0 21 56 8.0 38 63 7.9 27 62 7.8 29 62 7.8 21 59 7.4

FUMBLES FORCED COLLINS, Jamie, USM STEWARD, P., HOU ST JOHN, J., TLS WILLIAMS, Jared, RICE McDONALD, A., HOU BOYETT, Connor, UAB FALLS, Maurice, ECU MATHEWS, D., HOU DAVIS, Jonathan, UCF DUNSTON, E.J., UCF PASSES DEFENDED CALLAHAN, Bryce, RICE GAINES, Phillip, RICE ACKER, Kenneth. SMU BATISTE, Jordan, TLN ROSE, L., TLS WILSON, Deron, USM McMILLIAN, Zach, HOU ARMSTRONG, A., ECU MCCOIL, Dexter, TLS BROWN, D., TLS BATES, Thomas, HOU

G TOTAL Avg. 8 4 0.50 8 3 0.38 8 3 0.38 8 3 0.38 8 2 0.25 8 2 0.25 8 2 0.25 8 2 0.25 8 2 0.25 8 2 0.25 G TOTAL Avg. 8 14 1.75 8 12 1.50 8 10 1.25 8 9 1.12 8 9 1.12 8 9 1.12 8 9 1.12 8 8 1.00 8 8 1.00 8 8 1.00 8 8 1.00

G TOTAL Avg. 8 14.0 1.75 8 12.5 1.56 8 12.0 1.50 8 10.0 1.25 8 10.0 1.25 8 9.5 1.19 8 9.5 1.19 8 9.5 1.19 8 9.5 1.19 8 9.0 1.12

TEaM LEaDERs, C-USA GaMEs 2012 Statistics


RUSHING OFFENSE Tulsa UCF Marshall Rice Memphis UTEP SMU East Carolina Houston Southern Miss UAB Tulane PASS OFFENSE Marshall Tulane Houston UAB East Carolina SMU Tulsa Rice UTEP UCF Southern Miss Memphis TOTAL OFFENSE Marshall Tulsa Houston East Carolina UAB Rice UCF UTEP Tulane SMU Southern Miss Memphis G ATT YDS AVG 8 402 2108 5.2 8 305 1580 5.2 8 342 1559 4.6 8 369 1501 4.1 8 352 1335 3.8 8 319 1284 4.0 8 258 1194 4.6 8 304 1146 3.8 8 276 1145 4.1 8 303 1102 3.6 8 258 862 3.3 8 192 409 2.1 TD YDS/G 23 263.5 24 197.5 20 194.9 16 187.6 14 166.9 10 160.5 17 149.2 17 143.2 12 143.1 13 137.8 14 107.8 3 51.1 TD YDS/G 25 333.4 20 328.4 20 322.5 16 315.8 19 297.5 10 229.5 12 229.1 11 228.9 9 224.6 12 216.9 7 196.9 11 160.2 SCORING OFFENSE Marshall UCF East Carolina Tulsa Houston Rice SMU UAB Tulane Memphis UTEP Southern Miss PUNT RETURNS Memphis UAB Tulane SMU UCF UTEP East Carolina Tulsa Marshall Rice Southern Miss Houston KICKOFF RETURNS UCF Tulsa Rice UTEP SMU Memphis UAB Tulane Houston Marshall East Carolina Southern Miss TD XPT 2XP DXP FG SAF PTS AVG 45 41 0 1 9 0 340 42.5 42 40 0 0 6 0 310 38.8 38 36 1 0 10 0 296 37.0 39 32 2 0 7 0 291 36.4 34 34 0 0 13 0 277 34.6 32 30 0 0 13 0 261 32.6 32 31 0 0 12 0 259 32.4 31 30 0 0 7 0 237 29.6 25 24 0 0 16 0 222 27.8 27 25 0 1 5 0 204 25.5 21 17 3 0 7 0 170 21.2 21 19 0 0 7 1 168 21.0 G RET YDS TD AVG 8 19 276 0 14.5 8 14 198 1 14.1 8 10 130 0 13.0 8 14 135 0 9.6 8 15 139 0 9.3 8 8 71 0 8.9 8 15 133 0 8.9 8 22 134 0 6.1 8 5 26 0 5.2 8 15 70 1 4.7 8 2 9 0 4.5 8 20 70 0 3.5 G RET YDS TD AVG 8 21 659 3 31.4 8 20 580 1 29.0 8 24 633 1 26.4 8 32 832 2 26.0 8 19 467 0 24.6 8 29 654 0 22.6 8 24 485 0 20.2 8 24 480 0 20.0 8 33 648 0 19.6 8 30 586 0 19.5 8 28 537 0 19.2 8 31 587 0 18.9

G CMP ATT 8 372 261 8 363 219 8 368 208 8 330 188 8 296 200 8 295 163 8 265 145 8 250 141 8 235 119 8 209 132 8 232 115 8 172 117 G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 RUSH 1559 2108 1145 1146 862 1501 1580 1284 409 1194 1102 1335

INT PCT YDS AVG 7 70.2 2667 7.2 11 60.3 2627 7.2 14 56.5 2580 7.0 11 57.0 2526 7.7 7 67.6 2380 8.0 4 55.3 1836 6.2 5 54.7 1833 6.9 2 56.4 1831 7.3 12 50.6 1797 7.6 2 63.2 1735 8.3 11 49.6 1575 6.8 2 68.0 1282 7.5

PASS PLAYS YDS AVG/P TD YDS/G 2667 714 4226 5.9 45 528.2 1833 667 3941 5.9 35 492.6 2580 644 3725 5.8 32 465.6 2380 600 3526 5.9 36 440.8 2526 588 3388 5.8 30 423.5 1831 619 3332 5.4 27 416.5 1735 514 3315 6.4 36 414.4 1797 554 3081 5.6 19 385.1 2627 555 3036 5.5 23 379.5 1836 553 3030 5.5 27 378.8 1575 535 2677 5.0 20 334.6 1282 524 2617 5.0 25 327.1

STATISTICS

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RUSHING DEFENSE Tulsa Memphis East Carolina SMU UCF Houston Rice UTEP UAB Southern Miss Marshall Tulane

G Rushes YarDs Avg TD YDs/G 8 295 790 2.7 11 98.8 8 244 821 3.4 7 102.6 8 261 857 3.3 8 107.1 8 249 975 3.9 8 121.9 8 310 1255 4.0 12 156.9 8 331 1342 4.1 12 167.8 8 311 1347 4.3 18 168.4 8 323 1470 4.6 17 183.8 8 334 1500 4.5 23 187.5 8 324 1550 4.8 25 193.8 8 352 1614 4.6 23 201.8 8 346 1704 4.9 19 213.0 Int PCt YDs TD Eff 12 53.1 2002 15 117.1 7 60.4 1856 8 119.9 7 53.8 1899 12 120.1 15 57.2 2362 19 122.7 7 58.0 2191 18 131.6 5 62.6 1832 17 133.8 5 61.3 2022 9 133.9 11 56.1 2331 16 135.1 7 54.5 2143 13 137.1 2 62.9 1797 11 140.2 6 64.4 2033 17 142.5 4 69.2 2201 17 157.8

FIELD GOALS Tulane Marshall East Carolina Southern Miss UAB Rice Houston SMU UCF UTEP Tulsa Memphis PAT KICKING Marshall East Carolina Houston Tulane UTEP SMU Rice UAB UCF Southern Miss Memphis Tulsa FIRST DOWNS Marshall Tulsa Houston East Carolina UAB Rice UCF SMU Tulane UTEP Memphis Southern Miss

G MaDe Att PCt. 8 16 16 1.000 8 9 10 .900 8 10 12 .833 8 7 9 .778 8 7 9 .778 8 13 17 .765 8 13 17 .765 8 12 18 .667 8 6 9 .667 8 7 11 .636 8 7 12 .583 8 5 9 .556 G MaDe Att PCt. 8 41 41 1.000 8 36 36 1.000 8 34 34 1.000 8 24 24 1.000 8 17 17 1.000 8 31 32 .969 8 30 31 .968 8 30 31 .968 8 40 42 .952 8 19 20 .950 8 25 27 .926 8 32 35 .914 G Rush Pass Pen Total 8 85 129 17 231 8 112 78 11 201 8 59 114 15 188 8 66 105 14 185 8 64 99 16 179 8 88 81 8 177 8 79 85 5 169 8 63 87 10 160 8 33 108 18 159 8 66 79 12 157 8 78 56 12 146 8 64 66 15 145

PASS EFF. DEF. Cmp Att SMU 303 161 UCF 283 171 Tulsa 279 150 Houston 353 202 East Carolina 312 181 Memphis 281 176 UTEP 261 160 Tulane 287 161 Rice 253 138 Southern Miss 237 149 Marshall 275 177 UAB 263 182 TOTAL DEFENSE Memphis Tulsa SMU East Carolina UCF Southern Miss Rice UTEP Marshall UAB Houston Tulane SCORING DEFENSE UCF Tulsa SMU East Carolina Memphis Rice UTEP Houston Tulane Southern Miss UAB Marshall TURNOVER MARGIN SMU UCF Rice East Carolina Marshall Tulsa Houston Memphis Tulane UTEP UAB Southern Miss PUNTING SMU UTEP Houston Tulane Southern Miss Memphis UCF Marshall East Carolina Rice UAB Tulsa

STATISTICS

Rush Pass PlaYs YarDs Avg/P TD YDs/G 821 1832 525 2653 5.1 24 331.6 790 1899 574 2689 4.7 23 336.1 975 2002 552 2977 5.4 23 372.1 857 2191 573 3048 5.3 26 381.0 1255 1856 593 3111 5.2 20 388.9 1550 1797 561 3347 6.0 36 418.4 1347 2143 564 3490 6.2 31 436.2 1470 2022 584 3492 6.0 26 436.5 1614 2033 627 3647 5.8 40 455.9 1500 2201 597 3701 6.2 40 462.6 1342 2362 684 3704 5.4 31 463.0 1704 2331 633 4035 6.4 35 504.4 TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg/G 21 20 0 0 9 0 173 21.6 25 22 1 1 4 0 188 23.5 24 20 1 0 9 0 193 24.1 28 27 1 0 9 0 224 28.0 27 26 0 0 12 0 224 28.0 32 29 0 0 4 0 233 29.1 30 27 0 0 11 0 240 30.0 37 34 1 0 10 0 288 36.0 37 36 0 0 12 0 294 36.8 39 38 0 0 10 0 302 37.8 41 39 1 1 13 1 330 41.2 46 41 1 0 9 0 346 43.2 (Gained) (Lost) Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar 9 12 21 4 4 8 +13 8 7 15 5 2 7 +8 11 7 18 9 2 1 +7 8 7 15 4 7 11 +4 8 6 14 4 7 11 +3 8 7 15 8 5 13 +2 8 15 23 11 14 25 -2 9 5 14 15 2 17 -3 6 11 17 10 11 21 -4 8 5 13 9 12 21 -8 8 4 12 9 11 20 -8 6 2 8 9 11 20 -12 Punts Avg PR Avg YDs/P 37 43.9 83 2.2 40.4 39 42.6 33 0.8 39.8 40 43.8 109 2.7 38.6 41 41.6 150 3.7 37.9 44 40.5 109 2.5 36.9 39 41.4 132 3.4 36.7 31 40.7 33 1.1 36.5 33 42.3 133 4.0 36.0 39 40.8 85 2.2 34.8 46 37.2 47 1.0 34.6 37 44.1 307 8.3 33.8 41 37.4 170 4.1 32.6

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3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G MaDe Att PCt. Marshall 8 76 136 55.9 UCF 8 45 97 46.4 East Carolina 8 55 120 45.8 Rice 8 60 135 44.4 Houston 8 58 132 43.9 Tulane 8 50 117 42.7 SMU 8 49 117 41.9 UTEP 8 44 113 38.9 Tulsa 8 48 124 38.7 Southern Miss 8 44 118 37.3 UAB 8 42 113 37.2 Memphis 8 40 110 36.4 4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G MaDe Memphis 8 15 UCF 8 7 Tulsa 8 13 East Carolina 8 6 Houston 8 7 Rice 8 4 Marshall 8 7 SMU 8 5 UAB 8 9 Southern Miss 8 5 UTEP 8 3 Tulane 8 2 PENALTIES UTEP UCF SMU Southern Miss Tulsa Tulane Rice Houston East Carolina Marshall UAB Memphis G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Att PCt. 19 78.9 10 70.0 19 68.4 9 66.7 14 50.0 8 50.0 15 46.7 11 45.5 20 45.0 12 41.7 11 27.3 10 20.0

No YDs Avg./G 22 218 27.2 30 247 30.9 35 258 32.2 38 311 38.9 37 370 46.2 48 388 48.5 43 395 49.4 45 395 49.4 40 399 49.9 45 417 52.1 56 482 60.2 60 571 71.4

2012 suPERLaTIVEs - C-USA GaMEs



Points scored Touchdowns TD responsibility Points scored kicking Total oense yards Total oense plays Total oense yards/play Rushing yards Rushing attempts Yards per rush Rushing TDs Longest rush Passing yards Passing attempts Passing TDs Longest pass Passes completed Had intercepted Pass yards/attempt Pass yards/catch Receiving yards Receptions Yards per catch Receiving TDs Longest reception Field goal attempts Field goals made Longest eld goal PAT kicks attempted PAT kicks made 2-point PAT attempts 2-point PATs made Punts Yards punted Longest punt Punting avg Punt returns Punt return yards Longest punt return Punt return TDs Punt return avg. Kick returns Kick return yards Kick return avg. Longest kick return Kick return TDs Combined PR/KR yards Interceptions Interception return yds. Interception return avg. Longest interception rtn Interception return TDs All-purpose yards Tackles Sacks Tackles for loss Fumbles lost Fumbles recovered Turnovers caused Kicks blocked First downs 1st downs rushing 1st downs passing 1st downs by penalty Penalties Penalties yards

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS TEAM GAME HIGHS


SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012)

24 Kevin Grooms, Marshall at Rice (Sep 22, 2012) 72 24 Charles Sims, Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) 24 Latavius Murray, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) 4 Kevin Grooms, Marshall at Rice (Sep 22, 2012) 10 4 Charles Sims, Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) 4 Latavius Murray, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) 6 Shane Carden, East Carolina vs. Marshall (Nov 23, 2012) [3r,3p] 21 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) [6fg,3pat] 21 469 Ryan Grin, Tulane vs. UAB (Oct 27, 2012) [3r,466p] 665 69 Ryan Grin, Tulane at Houston (Nov 24, 2012) [3r,66p] 106 39 Jim Jones, UTEP at Houston (Oct 27, 2012) [2-78] 9.2 223 Darrin Reaves, UAB at Southern Miss (Nov 3, 2012) 364 35 Darrin Reaves, UAB at Southern Miss (Nov 3, 2012) 65 18.8 Garrett Gilbert, SMU vs. Southern Miss (Nov 10, 2012) [5-94] 7.6 3 13 tied with 6 6 6 83 Latavius Murray, UCF at Memphis (Oct 20, 2012) 83 476 Ryan Grin, Tulane vs. Rice (Nov 3, 2012) 510 66 Ryan Grin, Tulane at Houston (Nov 24, 2012) 66 5 Shane Carden, East Carolina vs. Memphis (Oct 13, 2012) 6 5 Ryan Grin, Tulane vs. UAB (Oct 27, 2012) 5 Crawford Jones, Houston at Marshall (Nov 17, 2012) 5 Rakeem Cato, Marshall at East Carolina (Nov 23, 2012) 88 Driphus Jackson, Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) 88 38 Shane Carden, East Carolina vs. Marshall (Nov 23, 2012) 43 4 Nick Lamaison, UTEP at Houston (Oct 27, 2012) 6 4 Ryan Grin, Tulane at Houston (Nov 24, 2012) 17 Arsenio Favor, Southern Miss vs. UTEP (Nov 17, 2012) [22-374] 17 23.4 Arsenio Favor, Southern Miss vs. UTEP (Nov 17, 2012) [16-374] 218 Jordan Leslie, UTEP at Tulsa (Oct 11, 2012) 16 Justin Hardy, East Carolina vs. Marshall (Nov 23, 2012) 62.5 Quentin Pierce, Southern Miss vs. UTEP (Nov 17, 2012) [2-125] 29.5 3 four tied with 88 Sam McGue, Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) 7 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) 7 6 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) 6 57 Cairo Santos, Tulane vs. Rice (Nov 3, 2012) 57 10 Chase Hover, SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) 10 9 Chase Hover, SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) 9 2 1 10 Peter Picerelli, Tulane at Tulsa (Sep 8, 2012) 10 10 Trent Tignor, East Carolina at Southern Miss (Sep 15, 2012) 10 10 422 Trent Tignor, East Carolina at Southern Miss (Sep 15, 2012) [10-422] 422 72 Ian Campbell, UTEP vs. Rice (Nov 24, 2012) 72 54.2 Hunter Mullins, UAB at Houston (Oct 13, 2012) [4-217] 54.2 5 Dewayne Peace, Houston at Rice (Sep 29, 2012) 6 112 Keiwone Malone, Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) 138 79 Jackie Williams, UAB vs. Marshall (Nov 10, 2012) 79 1 Sam McGue, Rice at Tulsa (Oct 20, 2012) 1 1 Jackie Williams, UAB vs. Marshall (Nov 10, 2012) 1 31.5 Darion Monroe, Tulane vs. UAB (Oct 27, 2012) [2-63] 31.5 6 four tied with 10 210 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (Nov 24, 2012) 255 97.5 Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) [2-195] 64 99 Quincy McDue, UCF vs. East Carolina (Oct 4, 2012) 99 2 Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) 2 210 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (Nov 24, 2012) [0pr-210kr] 2 ve tied with 6 95 D.J. Hayden, Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) 107 47.5 D.J. Hayden, Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) [2-95] 41.5 97 D.J. Hayden, Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) 97 1 15 tied with 3 279 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (Nov 24, 2012) 24 Marvin Burdette, UAB at Tulane (Oct 27, 2012) [16-8] 3 DeAundre Brown, Tulsa vs. UTEP (Oct 11, 2012) [3-0] 8 3 Jamie Collins, Southern Miss vs. UAB (Nov 03, 2012) [3-0] 8 4.5 DeAundre Brown, Tulsa vs. UTEP (Oct 11, 2012) [4-1] 3 3 9 2 37 20 22 5 16 131

Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) [6fg,3pat] Marshall vs. Houston (Nov 17, 2012) [288r,377p] Marshall vs. Houston (Nov 17, 2012) [56r,50p] UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) [62-568] Tulsa vs. Tulane (Sep 08, 2012) Rice at Tulane (Nov 03, 2012) UAB at Tulane (Oct 27, 2012) [28-213] Marshall at Rice (Sep 22, 2012) Rice at Tulane (Nov 03, 2012) East Carolina vs. Marshall (Nov 23, 2012) UCF at Memphis (Oct 20, 2012) UAB at UCF (Nov 24, 2012) Tulane at Houston (Nov 24, 2012) Marshall at East Carolina (Nov 23, 2012)

Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) Marshall at East Carolina (Nov 23, 2012) Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) Southern Miss vs. UTEP (Nov 17, 2012) [22-374]

UTEP vs. Rice (Nov 24, 2012) [10-295] Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) Tulane vs. Rice (Nov 3, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) four tied with six tied with Tulane at Tulsa (Sep 8, 2012) East Carolina at Southern Miss (Sep 15, 2012) Rice vs. Houston (Sep 29, 2012) ECU at Southern Miss (Sep 15, 2012) [10-422] UTEP vs. Rice (Nov 24, 2012) UAB at Houston (Oct 13, 2012) [4-217] Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) Memphis at UAB (Nov 17, 2012) UAB vs. Marshall (Nov 10, 2012) Rice at Tulsa (Oct 20, 2012) UAB vs. Marshall (Nov 10, 2012) Tulane vs UAB (Oct 27, 2012) [2-63] Southern Miss vs. Marshall (Oct 20, 2012) Tulsa at Marshall (Oct 6, 2012) UCF vs. East Carolina (Oct 4, 2012) [2-128] UCF vs. East Carolina (Oct 04, 2012) UCF at Marshall (Oct 27, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) [2-83] Houston vs. UTEP (Oct 27, 2012) SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) Tulsa vs. Tulane (Sep 8, 2012) Houston vs. UAB (Oct 13, 2012) four tied with four tied with SMU vs. Houston (Oct 18, 2012) Marshall vs. UCF (10/27/12)/UTEP vs. UCF (11/10/12) Marshall vs. Houston (Nov 17, 2012) Tulsa vs. Tulane (Sep 08, 2012) Houston at SMU (Oct 18, 2012) ve tied with Memphis at Marshall (Nov 3, 2012) Memphis at Marshall (Nov 3, 2012)

STATISTICS

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BOWL Date BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Jan. 7 GOGADDY.COM Jan. 6 BBVA COMPASS Jan. 5 AT&T COTTON Jan. 4 TOSTITOS FIESTA Jan. 3 ALLSTATE SUGAR Jan. 2 DISCOVER ORANGE Jan. 1 ROSE PRESENTED BY VIZIO Jan. 1 CAPITAL ONE Jan. 1 OUTBACK Jan. 1 TAXSLAYER.COM GATOR Jan. 1 HEART OF DALLAS Jan. 1 CHICK-FIL-A Dec. 31 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL Dec. 31 HYUNDAI SUN Dec. 31 FRANKLIN AMER. MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY Dec. 31 BUFFALO WILD WINGS Dec. 29 VALERO ALAMO Dec. 29 KRAFT FIGHT HUNGER Dec. 29 NEW ERA PINSTRIPE Dec. 29 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES Dec. 29 MEINEKE CAR CARE TEXAS Dec. 28 RUSSELL ATHLETIC Dec. 28 ADVOCARE 1000 INDEPENDENCE Dec. 28 BRIDGEPOINT EDUCATION HOLIDAY Dec. 27 BELK Dec. 27 MILITARY PRES. BY NORTHROP GRUZMAN Dec. 27 LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA Dec. 26 SHERATON HAWAII Dec. 24 MAACO LAS VEGAS Dec. 22 R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS Dec. 22 BEEF O BRADYS Dec. 21 SDCCU POINSETTIA Dec. 20 FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO Dec. 15 GILDAN NEW MEXICO Dec. 15

2012-13 BOwL REsuLTs


LoCation Miami, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Arlington, Texas Glendale, Ariz. New Orleans, La. Miami, Fla. Pasadena, Calif. Orlando, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Dallas, Texas Atlanta, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. El Paso, Texas Nashville, Tenn. Tempe, Ariz. San Antonio, Texas San Francisco, Calif. New York, N.Y. Fort Worth, Texas Houston, Texas Orlando, Fla. Shreveport, La. San Diego, Calif. Charlotte, N.C. Washington, D.C. Detroit, Mich. Honolulu, Hawaii Las Vegas, Nev. New Orleans, La. St. Petersburg, Fla. San Diego, Calif. Boise, Idaho Albuquerque, N.M.

SCore Alabama 42, Notre Dame 14 Arkansas State 17, Kent State 13 Mississippi 38, Pittsburgh 17 Texas A&M 41, Oklahoma 13 Oregon 35, Kansas State 17 Louisville 33, Florida 23 Florida State 31, Northern Illinois 10 Stanford 20, Wisconsin 14 Georgia 45, Nebraska 31 South Carolina 33, Michigan 28 Northwestern 34, Mississippi State 20 Oklahoma State 58, Purdue 14 Clemson 25, LSU 24 Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17 Georgia Tech 21, USC 7 Vanderbilt 38, NC State 24 Michigan State 17, TCU 16 Texas 31, Oregon State 27 Arizona State 62, Navy 28 Syracuse 38, West Virginia 14 Rice 33, Air Force 14 Texas Tech 34, Minnesota 31 Virginia Tech 13, Rutgers 10 (ot) Ohio 45, Louisiana-Monroe 14 Baylor 49, UCLA 26 Cincinnati 48, Duke 34 San Jose State 29, Bowling Green 20 Central Michigan 24, Western Kentucky 21 SMU 43, Fresno State 10 Boise State 28, Washington 26 Louisiana-Lafayette 43, East Carolina 34 UCF 38, Ball State 17 BYU 23, San Diego State 6 Utah State 41, Toledo 15 Arizona 49, Nevada 48

RECORDS

Individual
SCoring Offense
7 10 17 27 29 40 8 26 28 36 32 35 39 Alex Singleton, Tulsa Latavius Murray, UCF Charles Sims, Houston Chris Boswell, Rice Matt Hogan, Houston Justin Haig, Marshall

2012-13 Ncaa sTaTIsTIcaL LEaDERs


ReCeiving YarDs Per Game
18 19 29 38 16 17 31 39 Ryan Grant, Tulane Tommy Shuler, Marshall Justin Hardy, East Carolina Jordan Leslie, UTEP

Fumbles ReCovereD
11 11 11 11 24 37 37

Passing Offense
1 11 19 33 36 Marshall Houston UAB Tulane East Carolina 365.08 ypg 328.42 ypg 308.83 ypg 279.92 ypg 273.15 ypg

80

10.71 ppg 10.36 ppg 9.33 ppg 8.77 ppg 8.75 ppg 8.25 ppg

95.75 ypg 94.83 ypg 87.17 ypg 81.08 ypg

Total ReCeiving YarDs


Ryan Grant, Tulane Tommy Shuler, Marshall Justin Hardy, East Carolina Jordan Leslie, UTEP 1149 yds 1138 yds 1105 yds 973 yds

Darion Monroe, Tulane Robert Steeples, Memphis Akeem Davis, Memphis Wesley Miller, UTEP Kevin Pope, SMU Troy Davis, UCF Kemal Ishmael, UCF

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

.25 pg .25 pg .25 pg .25 pg .23 pg .21 pg .21 pg

Total Offense
6 15 28 Marshall Houston Tulsa 534.25 ypg 479.58 ypg 457.14 ypg

Points Responsible For


Rakeem Cato, Marshall Blake Bortles, UCF Shane Carden, East Carolina Ryan Grin, Tulane 19.00 ppg 14.43 ppg 14.31 ppg 13.33 ppg

TaCKles Per Game


1 8 10 13 13 32 32 Marvin Burdette, UAB Dominick LeGrande, Marshall Phillip Steward, Houston Derrick Mathews, Houston Trevon Stewart, Houston Josh Fely, UTEP Everett Daniels, Houston 13.08 tpg 11.00 tpg 10.67 tpg 10.50 tpg 10.50 tpg 9.33 tpg 9.33 tpg

InterCeptions
11 13 13 30 D.J. Hayden, Houston Lorenzo Doss, Tulane Zach McMillian, Houston Dexter McCoil, Tulsa 4 5 5 5 0.44 ipg 0.42 ipg 0.42 ipg 0.36 ipg

Total Defense
25 27 35 15 16 32 Tulsa 347.79 ypg

Rushing Offense
Latavius Murray, UCF Zach Line, SMU Charles Sims, Houston 100.55 ypg 98.31 ypg 94.56 ypg

SCoring Defense
UCF Tulsa 22.07 ppg 23.64 ppg

Punting Average
7 12 19 29 31 19 23 37 1 11 15 24 25 6 10 12 30 Richie Leone, Houston Hunter Mullins, UAB Tom Hornsey, Memphis Trent Tignor, East Carolina Ian Campbell, UTEP 45.5 ypg 44.78 ypg 43.43 ypg 42.75 ypg 42.64 ypg

SaCKs
15 21 22 37 38 7 10 18 35 Phillip Steward, Houston 11 Jamie Collins, Southern Miss 10 Jared St. John, Tulsa 11.5 DeAundre Brown, Tulsa 9 Martin Ifedi, Memphis 7.5 0.92 spg 0.83 spg 0.82 spg 0.64 spg 0.63 spg

Rushing Defense
SMU Tulsa Memphis 117.92 ypg 119.57 ypg 138 ypg

Passing EffiCienCY
28 32 36 Rakeem Cato, Marshall Blake Bortles, UCF Shane Carden, East Carolina 147.09 144.48 143.01

Passing Offense
1 11 28 40 Rakeem Cato, Marshall Ryan Grin, Tulane David Piland, Houston Shane Carden, East Carolina 350.08 ypg 307.89 ypg 266.27 ypg 239.69 ypg

Punt Returns
Keiwone Malone, Memphis J.J. Worton, UCF Justin Hardy, East Carolina 11.86 ypr 10.64 ypr 8.75 ypr

TaCKles For Loss


Jamie Collins, Southern Miss Phillip Steward, Houston Derrick Mathews, Houston DeAundre Brown, Tulsa 20 t 19 t 17 t 17 t

Turnovers GaineD
3 SMU 14 Houston 25 UCF 25 Rice 25 Tulsa 10 13 16 24 29 35 2 12 32 39 37 31 27 27 27

KiCKoff Returns
Quincy McDue, UCF Autrey Golden, UTEP Trey Watts, Tulsa Bobby McCain, Memphis DerRikk Thompson, SMU 34.24 ypr 28.34 ypr 27.90 ypr 25.75 ypr 25.69 ypr

Passes DefenDeD
12 15 29 29 Phillip Gaines, Rice 18 D.J. Hayden, Houston 12 Kenneth Acker, SMU 15 Adonis Armstrong, East Carolina 15 1.38 pg 1.33 pg 1.15 gp 1.15 pg

Total Offense
5 22 28 11 26 Rakeem Cato, Marshall Ryan Grin, Tulane David Piland, Houston 352.67 ypg 293.78 ypg 283.55 ypg

Fewest Penalties Per Game


East Carolina UCF Tulsa Southern Miss UTEP SMU 55 60 63 57 58 67 4.23 pg 4.29 pg 4.50 pg 4.75 pg 4.83 pg 5.15 pg

All-Purpose Runners
Trey Watts, Tulsa Charles Sims, Houston 168.54 ypg 136.00 ypg

FielD Goals Per Game


Chris Boswell, Rice Cairo Santos, Tulane Matt Hogan, Houston Chase Hover, SMU 1.77 fgpg 1.75 fgpg 1.67 fgpg 1.33 fgpg

Team
SCoring Offense
7 26 30 38 Marshall UCF Tulsa Houston 40.92 ppg 35.43 ppg 34.71 ppg 32.42 ppg

3rD- Down EffiCienCY


Marshall UCF Rice East Carolina 113-of-207 91-of-186 100-of-220 83-of-191 54.59 pct 48.92 pct 45.45 pct 43.46 pct

ReCeptions Per Game


1 21 27 39 Tommy Shuler, Marshall Justin Hardy, East Carolina Ryan Grant, Tulane Dewayne Peace, Houston 9.17 rpg 6.77 rpg 6.33 rpg 6.00 rpg

Rushing Offense
9 29 Tulsa Rice 245.71 ypg 201.77 ypg

C-USA INDIVIDuaL REcORDs


TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS
GAME 83 Chase Clement, Rice vs. Tulsa, 11-24-07 (66 pass, 17 rush) 82 Case Keenum, Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (75 pass, 7 rush) 79 Case Keenum, Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (76 pass, 3 rush) 76 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Penn State, 1-112 (69 pass, 7 rush) 75 Bernie Morris, Marshall vs. SMU, 10-1-05 (60 pass, 15 rush) SEASON 760 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (700 pass, 60 rush) 688 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010 (609 pass, 79 rush) 665 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 (589 pass, 76 rush) 652 Chase Clement, Rice, 2007 (508 pass, 144 rush) 649 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (544 pass, 105 rush) 8.29 8.08 7.98 Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2003 (428 for 3,550) Shaun King, Tulane, 1998 (469 for 3,789) Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (649 for 5,184) 300 287 284 282 282

TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY

GAME 9 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Rice, 10-27-11 (9 pass) 8 Chase Clement, Rice vs. UTEP, 11-3-07 (6 pass, 2 rush) 7 David Johnson, Tulsa at North Texas, 9-6-08 (6 pass, 1 rush) 7 Chase Clement, Rice vs. North Texas, 9-2708 (5 pass, 2 rush) 7 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Tulsa, 11-15-08 (6 pass, 1 rush) 6 44 tied with Most Recently: 6 Shane Carden, East Carolina vs. Marshall, 11-23-12 (4 pass, 2 rush) SEASON 60 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (47 pass, 13 rush) 56 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 (44 pass, 12 rush) 51 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (48 pass, 3 rush) 51 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 (44 pass, 7 rush) 49 David Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 (46 pass, 3 rush)

Jorey Reynolds, Houston vs. East Carolina, 11-9-02 (41 attempts) Lonta Hobbs, TCU vs. Memphis, 11-30-02 (33 attempts) Kevin Smith, UCF vs. Tulsa, 12-1-07 (39 attempts) Anthony Evans, Houston vs. Army, 9-18-04 (34 attempts) Daryl Royal, Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 9-28-96 (36 attempts)

YARDS GAINED

SEASON 2,567 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (450 carries) 2,127 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (361 carries) 1,964 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2005 (310 carries) 1,948 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (313 carries) 1,594 Donald Buckram, UTEP, 2009 (259 carries) 1,545 Jorey Reynolds, Houston, 2002 (316 carries) 1,523 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa, 2008 (247 carries) 1,523 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall, 2006 (249 carries) 1,494 Zach Line, SMU, 2010 (244 carries) 1,432 Leonard Henry, East Carolina, 2001 (184 carries)

SEASON 5,829 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (5,671 pass, 158 rush) 5,666 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (5,631 pass, 35 rush) 5,241 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 (5,020 pass, 221 rush) 5,184 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (5,065 pass, 119 rush) 4,812 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 (4,119 pass, 693 rush)

GAME 46 Kevin Smith, UCF vs. UTEP, 11-24-07 (219 yards) 44 Matt Forte, Tulane vs. Memphis, 10-27-07 (278 yards) 43 Kevin Smith, UCF at Southern Miss, 10-28-07 (175 yards) 42 Brynn Harvey, UCF vs. Memphis, 10-3-09 (219 yards) 42 Derrick Nix, Southern Miss at East Carolina, 10-9-99 (171 yards) SEASON *450 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (2,567 yards) 361 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (2,127 yards) 316 Jorey Reynolds, Houston, 2002 (1,545 yards) 315 DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati, 2002 (1,361 yards) 313 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (1,948 yards) *NCAA Record

YARDS PER RUSH

YARDS PER GAME

GAME (min. 10 attempts) 20.70 Charles Sims, Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (207 on 10) 19.40 JaTerian Douglas, Tulsa vs. Marshall, 11-12-11 (194 on 10) 17.30 Anthony Alridge, Houston at SMU, 11-11-06 (225 on 13) 17.00 Richard Hall, Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 9-11-04 (238 on 14) 15.80 Eric Shelton, Louisville vs. East Carolina, 10-2-04 (158 on 10) SEASON (min. 100 rushes) 7.89 JaTerian Douglas, Tulsa, 2011 (883 on 112) 7.78 Leonard Henry, East Carolina, 2001 (1,432 on 184) 7.46 Charles Sims, Houston, 2011 (821 on 110) 6.83 JaTerian Douglas, Tulsa, 2012 (936 on 137) 6.65 Jamal Woodyard, Southern Miss, 2011 (732 on 110)

SEASON 416.4 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (5,671 pass, 158 rush, 14 games) 404.7 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (5,631 pass, 35 rush, 14 games) 403.2 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 (5,020 pass, 221 rush, 13 games) 400.9 Chris Redman, Louisville, 1998 (4,042 pass, -33 rush, 10 games) 370.3 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (5,065 pass, 119 rush, 14 games)

RUSHES PER GAME

YARDS PER PLAY

GAME (min. 15 plays) 17.67 Blake Joseph, Houston vs. Rice, 10-13-07 (318 on 18) 16.10 G.J. Kinne, Tulsa vs. Sam Houston State, 9-26-09 (322 on 20) 16.00 Lester Ricard, Tulane vs. Navy, 11-13-04 (336 on 21) 14.50 Chuck Clements, Houston vs. Memphis, 1012-96 (319 on 22) 14.43 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Rice, 10-27-11 (534 on 37) SEASON (min. 165 plays) 8.92 Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2004 (328 for 2,929) 8.62 David Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 (492 for 4,245)

SEASON 32.1 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (450 in 14 games) 30.1 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (361 in 12 games) 28.2 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2005 (310 in 11 games) 26.3 Jorey Reynolds, Houston, 2002 (316 in 12 games) 26.1 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (313 in 12 games)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

YARDS GAINED

GAME 342 Matt Forte, Tulane at SMU, 10-20-07 (38 attempts) 323 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa vs. Tulane, 11-22-08 (33 attempts) 320 Kevin Smith, UCF at UAB, 11-10-07 (41 attempts) 303 Matt Forte, Tulane vs. Southeastern La., 9-22-07 (40 attempts) 301 Chris Johnson, East Carolina at Memphis, 11-3-07 (20 attempts)

GAME 5 Zach Line, SMU vs. Northwestern State (9-17-11) 5 Austin Davis, Southern Miss vs. UAB (11-1-08) 5 Matt Forte, Tulane vs. Southeastern La. (9-22-07) 5 Matt Forte, Tulane at Rice (11-17-07) 5 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall vs. UTEP (11-18-06) 5 Eric Shelton, Louisville vs. East Carolina (10-2-04) 5 Carlton Jones, Army at USF (10-16-04) 5 Leroy Collins, Louisville vs. Western Kentucky (10-31-98) 5 Antowain Smith, Houston vs. Southern Miss (11-9-96) 4 29 tied with

RECORDS

GAME 601 Chase Clement, Rice vs. Tulsa, 11-24-07 (541 pass, 60 rush) 584 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (4 rush, 580 pass) 578 Kevin Kolb, Houston vs. TCU, 10-25-03 (434 pass, 144 rush) 578 Chris Redman, Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (592 pass, -14 rush) 569 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Southern Miss, 10-31-09 (559 pass, 10 rush)

YARDS PER GAME

RUSHING MOST ATTEMPTS

SEASON 183.4 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (2,567 in 14 games) 178.5 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2005 (1,964 in 11 games) 177.2 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (2,127 in 12 games) 162.3 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (1,948 in 12 games) 132.8 Donald Buckram, UTEP, 2009 (1,594 in 12 games)

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Most Recently: Austin Davis, Southern Miss vs. Houston (11-20-10) SEASON 29 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 24 Alex Singleton, Tulsa, 2012 23 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 22 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 20 Eric Shelton, Louisville, 2004 19 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall, 2006 19 Leroy Collins, Louisville, 1998 18 Donald Buckram, UTEP, 2009 18 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2005 17 Zach Line, SMU, 2011 17 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2007

PASSING ATTEMPTS
GAME 77 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (53 comp., 580 yards) 76 Case Keenum, Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (51 comp., 536 yards) 75 Case Keenum, Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (56 comp., 527 yards) 69 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Penn State, 1-1-12 (45 comp., 532 yards) 68 Rakeem Cato, Marshall at Purdue, 9-29-12 (45 comp., 439 yards) SEASON 700 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (492 comp., 5,671 yards) 609 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010 (393 comp., 3,967 yards) 603 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (428 comp., 5,631 yards) 584 Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2012 (406 comp., 4,201 yards) 544 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (327 comp., 5,065 yards) 513 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1999 (310 comp., 3,410 yards) 508 Kyle Padron, SMU, 2010 (302 comp., 3,828 yards) 508 Chase Clement, Rice, 2007 (300 comp., 3,377 yards)

69.5 68.5

Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2012 (406 of 584) Case Keenum, Houston, 2007 (187 of 273)

PASSING YARDS

LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS


96t 95t 92t 88t 88t 87t 87t

Antowain Smith, Houston at Pittsburgh (9-14-96) Michael Wallace, Army vs. Tulane (10-21-00) Leonard Henry, East Carolina at Tulane (9-801) Jeremy Eddington, Rice vs. East Carolina (11-20-10) Lionel Gates, Louisville vs. Miami (Ohio) (1218-03) Kevin Smith, UCF vs. Marshall (11-3-07) Anthony Alridge, Houston vs. Tulane (9-9-06)

GAME 592 Chris Redman, Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (44 of 56) 580 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (53 of 77) 559 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Southern Miss, 10-31-09 (44 of 54) 541 Chase Clement, Rice vs. Tulsa, 11-24-07 (40 of 66) 536 Case Keenum, Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (51 of 76) 527 Case Keenum, Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (56 of 75) 524 Case Keenum, Houston at Tulsa, 11-7-09 (40 of 60) 517 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP vs. Marshall, 11-28-09 (28 of 40) 506 Chris Redman, Louisville vs. Memphis, 1024-98 (32 of 49) 494 Case Keenum, Houston at Rice, 11-29-08 (30 of 54) SEASON 5,671 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (492 of 700) 5,631 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (428 of 603) 5,065 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 (327 of 544) 5,020 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 (397 of 589) 4,201 Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2012 (406 of 584) 4,119 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 (326 of 490) 4,059 David Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 (258 of 400) 4,042 Chris Redman, Louisville, 1998 (309 of 473)

RUSHING YARDS BY A QUARTERBACK

RECORDS

GAME 214 David Isabelle, UAB vs. Florida Atlantic, 9-20-10 (22 attempts) 194 Joe Webb, UAB vs. Rice, 9-5-09 (20 attempts) 177 Thomas Cox, UAB vs. Tulane, 10-20-01 (26 attempts) 163 Joe Webb, UAB at UTEP, 10-31-09 (20 attempts) 153 Taylor McHargue, Rice vs. Marshall, 9-22-12 (17 attempts) SEASON 1,427 Joe Webb, UAB, 2009 1,021 Joe Webb, UAB, 2008 699 Justin Willis, SMU, 2007 693 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 667 Taylor McHargue, Rice, 2012

COMPLETIONS

CONSECUTIVE *36 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 10-15-11 vs. Memphis & 10-22-11 at Navy 25 Case Keenum, Houston, 11-22-08 vs. UTEP & 11-29-08 vs. Rice *NCAA Record GAME 56 Case Keenum, Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (75 att., 527 yards) 53 David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (77 att., 580 yards) 51 Case Keenum, Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (76 att., 536 yards) 45 Rakeem Cato, Marshall at Purdue, 9-29-12 (68 att., 439 yards) 45 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Penn State, 11-112 (69 att., 532 yards) SEASON 492 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (700 att., 5,671 yards) 428 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (603 att., 5,631 yards) 406 Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2012 (584 att., 4,201 yards) 397 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 (589 att., 5,020 yards) 393 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010 (393 att., 3,967 yards)

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

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ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

GAME 427 Donnie Avery, Houston, 10-13-07 (346 rec., 81 KR) 408 Chris Johnson, East Carolina vs. Boise State, 12-23-07 (223 rush, 32 rec., 153 KR) 408 Chris Johnson, East Carolina at Memphis, 11-3-07 (301 rush, 12 rec., 95 KR) 372 Chris Johnson, East Carolina vs. UCF, 10-6-07 (89 rush, 89 rec., 194 KR) 347 Cory Rodgers, TCU at Louisville, 11-10-04 (191 KR, 38 PR, 4 rush, 114 rec.) SEASON 2,960 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2007 (1,423 rush, 528 rec., 0 PR, 1,009 KR) 2,809 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (2,567 rush, 242 rec., 0 PR, 0 KR) 2,628 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2010 (560 rush, 872 rec., 292 PR, 113 KR) 2,623 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2009 (175 rush, 1,131 rec., 256 PR, 113 KR) 2,475 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 (327 rush, 743 rec., 23 PR, 1,382 KR) 2,420 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (2,127 rush, 282 rec., 0 PR, 11 KR) 2,259 Mewelde Moore, Tulane, 2001 (1,421 rush, 756 rec., 0 PR, 82 KR) 2,258 Anthony Alridge, Houston, 2007 (1,597 rush, 428 rec., 0 PR, 233 KR) 2,230 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (1,948 rush, 210 rec., 0 PR, 72 KR) 2,213 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2009 (125 rush, 1,029 rush, 73 PR, 986 KR)

GAME 6 Case Keenum, Houston vs. Tulsa (11-15-08) 6 Chase Clement, Rice vs. Southern Miss (10-18-08) 6 David Johnson, Tulsa vs. New Mexico (9-20-08) 6 David Johnson, Tulsa at North Texas (9-6-08) 6 Chase Clement, Rice vs. SMU (8-29-08) 6 Chase Clement, Rice vs. UTEP (11-3-07) 6 Lester Ricard, Tulane vs. UAB (10-23-04) 6 Chris Redman, Louisville at East Carolina (11-14-98) 5 46 tied with Most Recently: 5 Rakeem Cato, Marshall at East Carolina (11-23-12) SEASON 48 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 47 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 46 David Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 44 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 44 Case Keenum, Houston, 2008 44 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 37 Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2012 37 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010 36 Shaun King, Tulane, 1998 33 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2008 33 J.P. Losman, Tulane, 2003

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

GAME (min. 10 comp.) 94.7 Justin Willis, SMU vs. Sam Houston State, 9-16-06 (18-of-19, 248 yards) 94.7 Lester Ricard, Tulane vs. Navy, 11-6-04 (18-of-19, 323 yards) 91.7 Michael Greco, UCF vs. Memphis, 9-22-07 (11-of-12, 151 yards) 91.3 Austin Davis, Southern Miss at Navy, 10-811 (21-of-23, 283 yards) 88.9 Dominique Davis, Southern Miss at Navy, 10-22-11 (40-of-45, 372 yards) SEASON (min. 80 comp.) 73.5 Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2004 (189 of 257) 71.0 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (428 of 603) 70.3 Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 (492 of 700)

LONGEST PASSING PLAYS

GAME 98t Brandon Hassell to Reggie Harrell, TCU at Arizona (9-27-03) 97t David Johnson to Brennan Marion, Tulsa vs. UTEP (10-18-08) 97t Austin Davis to DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss vs. East Carolina (11-15-08) 96t Brian Anderson to Aaron Dobson, Marshall vs. West Virginia (9-10-10) 96t Bo Levi Mitchell to Aldrick Robinson, SMU vs. East Carolina (10-10-09) 95t Martevious Young to DeAndre Brown, USM vs. Tulsa (11-21-09) 95t Darrell Hackney to Roddy White, UAB at Cincinnati (10-11-03) 94t Darrell Hackney to Willie Quinnie, UAB vs. East Carolina (11-16-02) 94t Shaun King to JaJuan Dawson, Tulane at

93t 92t 92t

SMU (9-5-98) Zac Dahman to Tielor Robinson, Army vs. Cincinnati (10-9-04) Danny Wimprine to Tavarious Davis, Memphis vs. Mississippi (9-6-03) Stephen Galbraith to Damien Dodson, Memphis at Houston (10-3-98)

91 91 91

Donnie Avery, Houston, 2007 (1,456 yards) Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2006 (1,247 yards) Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1998 (1,175 yards)

21.6

Marcellus Harris, East Carolina, 2000 (23 for 496) *NCAA Record

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN
GAME 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 Nick Eddy, Houston vs. USF (11-23-02) Case Keenum, Houston vs. Air Force (12-31-09) Matt Silva, Army vs. Southern Miss (9-28-02) Garrett Gilbert, SMU vs. TCU (10-29-12) David Piland, Houston at UCLA (9-15-12) David Piland, Houston vs. Tulsa (11-13-10) David Johnson, Tulsa vs. East Carolina (12-6-08) Bo Levi Mitchell, SMU at Texas Tech (9-13-08) Joel Armstrong, Rice vs. Troy (12-22-06) Martin Hankins, Memphis at East Carolina (9-16-06) Kevin Kolb, Houston at UTEP (9-16-05) Patrick Ramsey, Tulane at Navy (11-13-99) 41 tied with

SEASON 9.40 JaJuan Dawson, Tulane, 1999 (94 in 10 games) 9.18 Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1999 (101 in 11 games) 9.16 Tommy Shuler, Marshall, 2012 (110 in 12 games) 8.67 James Cleveland, Houston, 2009 (104 in 12 games) 8.54 James Casey, Rice, 2008 (111 in 13 games)

RECEPTIONS PER GAME

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
CONSECUTIVE GAMES *13 Jarett Dillard, Rice (2006) *NCAA Record

YARDS GAINED

SEASON 24 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1999 23 Bo Levi Mitchell, SMU, 2008 21 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2002 20 Paul Troth, East Carolina, 2002 19 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2011 19 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2007 19 Jordan Palmer, UTEP, 2005 19 Zac Dahman, Army, 2003

GAME 346 Donnie Avery, Houston vs. Rice, 10-13-07 (13 catches) 260 Kendrick Lee, Southern Miss vs. Houston, 11-9-96 (10 catches) 253 Roddy White, UAB at Tulane, 10-23-04 (8 catches) 244 Brennan Marion, Tulsa at Rice, 11-24-07 (7 catches) 241 James Cleveland, Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (19 catches) SEASON 1,752 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2011 (89 catches) 1,456 Donnie Avery, Houston, 2007 (91 catches) 1,452 Roddy White, UAB, 2004 (71 catches) 1,339 Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 2009 (98 catches) 1,329 James Casey, Rice, 2008 (111 catches) 1,319 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP, 2006 (82 catches) 1,310 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2008 (87 catches) 1,301 Aldrick Robinson, SMU, 2010 (65 catches) 1,250 Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2003 (55 catches) 1,247 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2006 (91 catches)

GAME 5 Patrick Edwards, Houston vs. Rice (10-27-11) 4 Patrick Edwards, Houston at Tulsa (11-25-11) 4 DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss at Rice ( 10-18-08) 4 Jarett Dillard, Rice vs. North Texas (9-27-08) 4 Lavell Boyd, Louisville vs. Houston (10-23-99) 3 74 tied with Most Recently: Jordan Taylor, Rice vs. Air Force (12-29-11) SEASON 21 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2006 20 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2011 20 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2008 14 Kris Adams, UTEP, 2010 14 Lance Lewis, East Carolina, 2010 14 Aldrick Robinson, SMU, 2010 14 James Cleveland, Houston, 2009 14 Kris Adams, UTEP, 2008 14 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2007 14 Roddy White, UAB, 2004 14 Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2003 14 Adrian Burnette, Tulane, 2000

SCORING MOST POINTS


GAME 36 Antowain Smith, Houston vs. Southern Miss (11-9-96) 32 Carlton Jones, Army at USF (10-16-04) 30 Patrick Edwards, Houston vs. Rice (10-27-11) 30 Zach Line, SMU vs. Northwestern State (9-17-11) 30 Austin Davis, Southern Miss vs. UAB (11-1-08) 30 Matt Forte, Tulane vs. Southeastern La. (9-22-07) 30 Matt Forte, Tulane at Rice (11-17-07) 30 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall vs. UTEP (11-18-06) 30 Tielor Robinson, Army vs. Cincinnati (10-9-04) 30 Eric Shelton, Louisville vs. East Carolina (10-2-04) 30 Leroy Collins, Louisville vs. Western Kentucky (10-31-98) 24 48 tied with Most Recently: Latavius Murray, UCF at Marshall (10-27-12) SEASON 180 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (30 TD) 150 Alex Singleton, Tulsa, 2012 (25 TD) 144 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2007 (24 TD) 140 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (23 TD, 1 2PT) 138 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (23 TD)

LOWEST PERCENTAGE OF INTERCEPTIONS

TOUCHDOWN TO INTERCEPTION RATIO

YARDS PER GAME

SEASON (min. 100 att.) 9.60 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (48 TD to 5 INT) 7.50 Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2006 (30 TD to 4 INT) 6.67 Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2004 (20 TD to 3 INT) 6.29 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 (44 TD to 7 INT) 6.00 Shaun King, Tulane, 1998 (36 TD to 6 INT)

RECEIVING RECEPTIONS
GAME 19 James Cleveland, Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (241 yards) 18 Emmanuel Sanders, SMU at Washington State, 9-19-09 (178 yards) 17 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa at Southern Miss, 11-21-09 (196 yards) 16 JaJuan Dawson, Tulane vs. SMU, 9-11-99 (218 yards) 15 Brian Robinson, Houston vs. Army, 9-16-00 (151 yards) 15 Arnold Jackson, Louisville at Cincinnati, 11-6-99 (174 yards) 15 Ibn Green, Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (214 yards) SEASON 111 James Casey, Rice, 2008 (1,329 yards) 110 Tommy Shuler, Marshall, 2012 (1,138 yards) 104 James Cleveland, Houston, 2009 (1,214 yards) 101 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2010 (1,123 yards) 101 Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1999 (1,209 yards) 98 Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 2009 (1,339 yards) 96 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2011 (958 yards) 94 JaJuan Dawson, Tulane, 1999 (1,036 yards) 91 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2009 (1,029 yards)

SEASON 125.1 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2011 (1,752 in 14 games) 121.0 Roddy White, UAB, 2004 (1,452 in 12 games) 112.0 Donnie Avery, Houston, 2007 (1,456 in 14 games) 109.9 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP, 2006 (1,319 in 12 games) 109.9 Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1999 (1,209 in 11 games)

YARDS PER CATCH

GAME (min. 5 catches) 45.4 Patrick Edwards, Houston vs. Rice, 10-2711 (7 for 318) 38.8 Brennan Marion, Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (6 for 233) 38.7 Brandon Middleton, Houston vs. TCU, 1025-03 (6 for 232) 36.4 Aldrick Robinson, SMU at Tulane, 10-30-10 (5 for 182) 35.0 Hannibal Thomas, Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 9-11-04 (5 for 175) SEASON (min. 20 catches) *31.9 Brennan Marion, Tulsa, 2007 (39 for 1,244) 25.9 Brennan Marion, Tulsa, 2008 (43 for 1,112) 24.3 Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2001 (20 for 486) 24.1 Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2002 (28 for 674) 22.8 Kris Adams, UTEP, 2010 (47 for 1,070) 22.7 Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2003 (55 for 1,250) 21.6 Roddy White, UAB, 2003 (39 for 844)

MOST TOUCHDOWNS

GAME 6 Antowain Smith, Houston vs. Southern Miss (11-9-96) 5 Patrick Edwards, Houston vs. Rice (10-27-11) 5 Zach Line, SMU vs. Northwestern State (9-17-11) 5 Austin Davis, Southern Miss vs. UAB (11-1-08) 5 Matt Forte, Tulane vs. Southeastern La. (9-22-07) 5 Matt Forte, Tulane at Rice (11-17-07) 5 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall vs. UTEP (11-18-06) 5 Carlton Jones, Army at USF (10-16-04) 5 Tielor Robinson, Army vs. Cincinnati (10-9-04) 5 Eric Shelton, Louisville vs. East Carolina (10-2-04) 5 Leroy Collins, Louisville vs. Western Kentucky (10-31-98)

RECORDS

SEASON (min. 100 att.) 0.82 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 (5 on 603) 1.16 Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2004 (3 on 257) 1.30 Martevious Young, Southern Miss, 2009 (3 on 230) 1.42 Chase Clement, Rice, 2008 (7 on 490) 1.64 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005 (6 on 364)

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4 48 tied with Most Recently: Latavius Murray, UCF at Marshall (10-27-12) SEASON 30 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007 (29 rush, 1 rec.) 25 Alex Singleton, Tulsa, 2012 (24 rush, 1 rec.) 24 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2007 (17 rush, 6 rec., 1 KR) 23 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2007 (23 rush) 23 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2004 (22 rush, 1 rec.) 21 Donald Buckram, UTEP, 2009 (18 rush, 3 rec.) 21 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall, 2006 (21 rush) 21 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2006 (21 rec.) 20 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2011 (20 rec.) 20 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2008 (20 rec.) 20 Eric Shelton, Louisville, 2004 (20 rush)

23 23 23 23 23 64 61 58

Chris Boswell, Rice, 2012 (29 att.) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2011 (34 att.) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2005 (28 att.) Nick Browne, TCU, 2002 (30 att.) Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1997 (28 att.)

SEASON 91 Matt Hogan, Houston, 2011 (92 att.) 78 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2008 (80 att.) 77 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2004 (77 att.) 73 Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2008 (73 att.) 73 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2007 (76 att.) 68 Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1998 (68 att.) GAME (min. 9 attempts) 100.0 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (11 of 11) 100.0 Clark Fangmeier, Rice vs. North Texas, 9-27-08 (11 of 11) 100.0 Matt Hogan, Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (10 of 10) 100.0 Matt Hogan, Houston vs.Rice, 10-27-11 (10 of 10) 100.0 Britt Barefoot, Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (10 of 10) 100.0 Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (10 of 10) 100.0 Brad Palazzo, Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-31-98 (10 of 10) 100.0 Daniel Schwarz, Tulsa vs. Nicholls State, 9-15-12 (9 of 9) 100.0 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. Marshall, 10-22-11 (9 of 9) 100.0 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss at Navy, 10-8-11 (9 of 9) 100.0 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. Rice, 11-28-09 (9 of 9) 100.0 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa vs. Bowling Green, 1-6-08 (9-of-9) 100.0 Art Carmody, Louisville at Houston, 11-20-04 (9-of-9) 100.0 Jon Hilbert, Louisville vs. Western Kentucky, 10-31-98 (9 of 9) 100.0 Jon Hilbert, Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (9 of 9) 100.0 Brad Palazzo, Tulane vs. Louisiana Tech, 11-26-98 (9 of 9) SEASON (min. 35 made) 100.0 Justin Haig, Marshall, 2012 (60 of 60) 100.0 Warren Harvey, East Carolina, 2012 (50 of 50) 100.0 Matt Hogan, Houston, 2012 (45 of 45) 100.0 Tyler Warner, Marshall, 2011 (32 of 32) 100.0 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2010 (55 of 55) 100.0 Dakota Warren, UTEP, 2010 (42 of 42) 100.0 Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2008 (73 of 73) 100.0 Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2007 (50 of 50) 100.0 Thomas Morstead, SMU, 2007 (43 of 43) 100.0 Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2006 (42 of 42) 100.0 Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2006 (35 of 35) 100.0 Reagan Schneider, UTEP, 2005 (41 of 41) 100.0 Parker Mullins, UAB, 2005 (37 of 37) 100.0 Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2005 (35 of 35) 100.0 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2004 (77 of 77) 100.0 Dustin Bell, Houston, 2003 (56 of 56) 100.0 Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2003 (44 of 44) 100.0 Nick Browne, TCU, 2003 (38 of 38) 100.0 Ryan White, Memphis, 2001 (36 of 36) 100.0 Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 2001 (36 of 36) 100.0 Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1998 (68 of 68)

KICKING FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS


GAME 7 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB, 10-13-12 (6 made) 7 Josh Zahn, UAB at Tennessee, 9-25-10 (2 made) 6 Chris Boswell, Rice at North Texas, 9-11-10 (4 made) 6 Reagan Schneider, UTEP vs. Houston, 9-16-05 (5 made) 6 Ryan White, Memphis at UAB, 10-9-99 (5 made) 6 Brad Palazzo, Tulane at Louisville, 10-11-97 (5 made) 5 29 tied with Most Recently: Chase Hover, SMU at Tulane, 10-13-12 (4 made) SEASON 34 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2011 (23 made) 33 Nick Browne, TCU, 2003 (28 made) 33 Seth Marler, Tulane, 2002 (20 made) 31 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2010 (26 made) 31 Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2008 (21 made)

Jose Martinez, UTEP vs. UCF (9-27-08) Matt Szymanski, SMU at Texas Tech (9-5-10) Mike Barbour, East Carolina at Marshall (11-26-11) 57 Cairo Santos, Tulane vs. Rice (11-3-12) 57 Chris Boswell, Rice at Louisiana Tech (9-1512) 57 Dakota Warren, UTEP vs. Memphis (9-25-10) 57 Jose Martinez, UTEP vs. Houston (10-27-07) 56 Reagan Schneider, UTEP vs. Memphis (11-25-06) 54 ve tied with Most Recently: Cairo Santos, Tulane vs. LouisianaMonroe (9-29-12)

LONGEST FIELD GOALS

PAT PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

SEASON 100.0 Cairo Santos, Tulane, 2012 (21 of 21) 100.0 Ryan White, Memphis, 1998 (16 of 16) 100.0 Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009 (12 of 12) 93.8 Seth Marler, Tulane, 2001 (15 of 16) 92.9 Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa, 2009 (13 of 14) 89.7 Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 2000 (26 of 29) GAME 11 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (11 made) 11 Clark Fangmeier, Rice vs. North Texas, 9-27-08 (11 made) 10 Chase Hover, SMU vs. Houston, 10-18-12 (9 made) 10 Matt Hogan, Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (10 made) 10 Matt Hogan, Houston vs.Rice, 10-27-11 (10 made) 10 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. Texas State, 9-4-10 (8 made) 10 Britt Barefoot, Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (10 made) 10 Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (10 made) 10 Brad Palazzo, Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-31-98 (10 made) 9 12 tied with Most Recently: Daniel Schwarz, Tulsa vs. Nicholls State, 9-15-12 SEASON 92 Matt Hogan, Houston, 2011 (91 made) 78 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2008 (80 made) 77 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2004 (77 made) 76 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2007 (73 made) 73 Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2008 (73 made)

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED

RECORDS

84

FIELD GOALS MADE

GAME 6 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB, 10-13-12 (7 att.) 5 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss vs. UCF, 11-12-11 (5 att.) 5 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss vs. East Carolina, 10-9-10 (5 att.) 5 Swayze Waters, UAB at UCF, 11-29-08 (5 att.) 5 Jose Martinez, UTEP vs. SMU, 11-15-08 (5 att.) 5 Jose Martinez, UTEP vs. East Carolina, 10-13-07 (5 att.) 5 Swayze Waters, UAB vs. Alcorn State, 9-15-07 (5 att.) 5 Reagan Schneider, UTEP vs. Houston, 9-16-05 (6 att.) 5 Nick Browne, TCU vs. Cincinnati, 11-15-03 (5 att.) 5 Nick Browne, TCU at Cincinnati, 9-2-02 (5 att.) 5 Ryan White, Memphis at UAB, 10-9-99 (6 att.) 5 Brad Palazzo, Tulane at Louisville, 10-11-97 (6 att.) 4 30 tied with Most Recently: Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa vs. Bowling Green, 9-11-10 (4 att.) SEASON 28 Nick Browne, TCU, 2003 (33 att.) 26 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2010 (31 att.) 26 Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 2000 (29 att.)

PAT KICKS MADE

GAME 11 Jarod Tracy, Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (11 att.) 11 Clark Fangmeier, Rice vs. North Texas, 9-27-08 (11 att.) 10 Matt Hogan, Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (10 att.) 10 Matt Hogan, Houston vs.Rice, 10-27-11 (10 att.) 10 Britt Barefoot, Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (10 att.) 10 Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (10 att.) 10 Brad Palazzo, Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-31-98 (10 att.) 9 11 tied with Most Recently: Chase Hover, SMU vs. Houston, 10-18-12 (10 att.)

TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY KICKING

GAME 22 Brad Palazzo, Tulane at Louisville, 10-11-97 (5 FG, 7 XPT) 21 Matt Hogan, Houston vs. UAB, 10-13-12 (6 FG, 3 PAT) 19 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss vs. East Carolina, 10-9-10 (5 FG, 4 XPT) 19 Nick Browne, TCU vs. Cincinnati, 11-15-03 (5 FG, 4 PAT) 18 Jose Martinez, UTEP vs. SMU, 11-15-08 (5 FG, 3 PAT) 18 Jose Martinez, UTEP vs. East Carolina, 10-13-07 (5 FG, 3 PAT) 18 Reagan Schneider, UTEP vs. Houston, 9-16-05 (5 FG, 3 PAT) 18 Brad Palazzo, Tulane at Southwestern La., 11-1-97 (4 FG, 6 XPT)

SEASON 133 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2010 (55 PAT, 26 FG) 130 Matt Hogan, Houston, 2011 (91 PAT, 13 FG) 130 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2011 (61 PAT, 23 FG) 122 Nick Browne, TCU, 2003 (38 PAT, 28 FG) 113 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2004 (77 PAT, 12 FG)

78 78 78 77 77

Ross Stewart, UAB vs. Southern Miss (11-9-02) Andrew Bayes, East Carolina at Houston (10-30-99) Jamie Purser, Southern Miss at Nevada (11-20-98) Richie Leone, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (9-8-12) Ross Thevenot, Tulane at UCF (11-21-09)

SEASON 4 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997 2 Johnnie Lee Higgins, 2006 2 Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005 2 Aris Comeaux, Army, 2002 2 Omari Thompson, Army, 2000 1 81 tied with

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS


94t 92t 91t 88t 88t

PUNTING MOST PUNTS


GAME 12 Tom Hornsey, Memphis vs. SMU (9-24-11) 12 Steve Smith, Cincinnati at Louisville (10-26-96) 11 12 tied with Most Recently: Tom Hornsey, Memphis at Southern Miss (11-26-11) SEASON 95 Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 2011 (3,993 for 42.0 avg.) 88 Blake Clingan, UCF, 2008 (3,560 for 40.5 avg.) 80 Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 2010 (3,416 for 42.7 avg.) 80 Matt Dodge, East Carolina, 2007 (3,307 for 41.3 avg.) 80 Mark Haulman, Southern Miss, 2002 (3,344 for 41.8 avg.)

PUNT RETURNS MOST RETURNS


GAME 8 Mario Hull, Rice vs. Memphis, 10-8-11 (121 yards) 8 Montrell Jones, Louisville vs. TCU, 11-10-04 (64 yards) 8 Brian Fisher, USF vs. Louisville, 10-4-03 (91 yards) 8 Percy Coleman, UAB vs. La.-Lafayette, 9-30-00 (46 yards) 8 Tripp Higgins, Memphis at UAB, 10-9-99 (46 yards) 7 11 tied with Most Recently: Brandon Sumrall, Southern Miss at UAB, 11-3-07 (74 yards) SEASON 47 Brian Fisher, USF, 2003 (424 yards) 40 Montrell Jones, Louisville, 2004 (418 yards) 38 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997 (577 yards) 37 John Wilson, Tulane, 2000 (687 yards) 37 Ryan Johnson, Memphis, 2000 (389 yards)

Keith Stokes, East Carolina vs. Cincinnati, 11-13-99 Richard Crawford, SMU vs. UCF, 10-15-11 Jackie Williams, UAB at Troy, 10-1-11 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP vs. Tulane, 10-14-06 Aris Comeaux, Army vs. UAB, 10-26-02

KICKOFF RETURNS MOST RETURNS


GAME 9 Robert Kelley, Tulane vs. Houston, 11-10-11 (168 yards) 9 Marcus Hightower, Memphis at Houston, 11-28-09 (169 yards) 9 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa at Houston, 11-1508 (163 yards) 9 Scott Wesley, Army vs. Louisville, 9-11-04 (142 yards) 9 Rolando North, East Carolina at Syracuse, 10-4-97 (160 yards) 8 16 tied with Most Recently: Tyron Carrier, Houston at Southern Miss, 11-20-10 (204 yards) SEASON *64 Robert Kelley, Tulane, 2011 (1,305 yards) 59 Michael Grandberry, Memphis, 2007 (1,286 yards) 55 William White, Army, 2002 (1,239 yards) 54 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 (1,382 yards) 54 Scott Wesley, Army, 2004 (1,248 yards) 50 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2010 (1,174 yards) *NCAA Record

YARDS PUNTED

GAME 537 Casey Roussell, Tulane at East Carolina, 10-23-99 (11 punts) 510 Steve Smith, Cincinnati at Louisville, 10-2696 (12 punts) 493 Joey Biasatti, TCU at Nebraska, 8-25-01 (11 punts) 478 Jim Cande, Memphis vs. Mississippi, 9-4-99 (11 punts) 475 Tom Hornsey, Memphis vs. SMU (12 punts) SEASON 3,993 Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 2011 (95 for 42.0 avg.) 3,560 Blake Clingan, UCF, 2008 (88 for 40.5 avg.) 3,416 Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 2010 (80 for 42.7 avg.) 3,403 Kyle Martens, Rice, 2011 (78 for 43.6 avg.) 3,344 Mark Haulman, Southern Miss, 2002 (80 for 41.8 avg.)

YARDS RETURNED

GAME 168 Keith Stokes, East Carolina vs. Houston, 11-11-00 (6 returns) 159 Damien Dorsey, Louisville at Army, 9-21-02 (6 returns) 148 Travis Williams, East Carolina vs. Memphis, 11-20-04 (6 returns) 143 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane at Hawaii, 12-25-02 (4 returns) 141 Richard Crawford, SMU vs. UCF, 10-15-11 (3 returns) SEASON 577 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997 (38 returns) 508 Damien Dorsey, Louisville, 2002 (33 returns) 463 Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005 (28 returns) 463 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2002 (28 returns) 450 Marvin Young, Southern Miss, 2003 (33 returns)

YARDS RETURNED

PUNTING AVERAGE

GAME (min. 3 punts) 57.7 Michael Such, Tulsa vs. Memphis, 11-27-09 (3 for 173) 56.0 Ross Thevenot, Tulane vs. SMU, 9-25-08 (3 for 168) 55.7 Ryan Dougherty, East Carolina vs. Virginia, 10-7-06 (3 for 167) 55.6 Thomas Morstead, SMU vs. North Texas, 9-8-07 (5 for 278) 55.3 Jimmy McClary, Houston vs. Louisville, 11-22-03 (3 for 166) SEASON 48.1 Andrew Bayes, East Carolina, 1999 (47 for 2,259) 46.2 Brad Hill, Tulane, 1997 (42 for 1,940) 46.1 Ian Campbell, UTEP, 2011 (48 for 2,214) 46.0 Kyle Martens, Rice, 2010 (52 for 2,391) 45.8 Matt Dodge, East Carolina, 2009 (67 for 3,069) 45.8 Ross Thevenot, Tulane, 2008 (45 for 2,061)

YARDS PER PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

GAME (min. 2 returns) 61.0 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati vs. Louisville, 11-8-97 (2 for 122) 50.5 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP vs. Tulane, 10-14-06 (2 for 101) 49.5 Jackie Williams, UAB at Troy, 10-1-11 (2 for 99) 46.0 Charles West, Houston vs. Southern Miss, 11-9-96 (2 for 92) 41.0 Joe Burnett, UCF at USF, 9-17-05 (2 for 82) SEASON (min. 15 returns) 17.7 Travis Williams, East Carolina, 2004 (20 for 354) 17.6 Omari Thompson, Army, 2000 (12 for 211) 17.5 Rodregis Brooks, UAB, 1999 (20 for 350) 16.5 Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005 (28 for 463) 16.5 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2002 (28 for 463)

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

LONGEST PUNTS
83 83

Michael Such, Tulsa vs. Memphis (11-27-09) Casey Roussel, Tulane at East Carolina (10-23-99)

GAME 2 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati vs. Louisville, 11-8-97 1 86 players tied with. Most Recently: Trey Watts, Tulsa vs. UCF, 12-1-12

GAME 269 Scott Wesley, Army at Tulane, 11-13-04 (7 returns) 261 Charles Ross, Rice at Tulane, 11-13-10 (7 returns) 213 Robert Kelley, Tulane vs. Southeastern La., 9-3-11 (7 returns) 211 Justin Jordan, Southern Miss at Marshall, 11-14-09 (5 returns) 211 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (6 returns) 210 Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP, 11-24-12 (4 returns) 204 Tyron Carrier, Houston at Southern Miss, 11-20-10 (8 returns) 203 Darius Marshall, Marshall at West Virginia, 9-27-08 (4 returns) 203 Curtis Francis, UCF at East Carolina, 10-6-07 (5 returns) 200 Shane Turner, Rice at UAB, 9-5-09 (6 returns) 200 Eric Booth, Southern Miss at Tennessee, 11-8-97 (6 returns) SEASON 1,382 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008 (54 returns) 1,305 Robert Kelley, Tulane, 2011 (64 returns) 1,286 Michael Grandberry, Memphis, 2007 (59 returns) 1,248 Scott Wesley, Army, 2004 (54 returns) 1,239 William White, Army, 2002 (55 returns) 1,174 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2010 (204 returns) 1,131 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2009 (46 returns) 1,056 Jessie Henderson, SMU, 2008 (48 returns) 1,009 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2007 (36 returns) 1.000 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2009 (37 returns)

RECORDS

85

YARDS PER KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE

3 3 3 3 3 3

GAME (min. 2 returns) 97.5 Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall, 10-27-12 (2 for 195) 64.0 Quincy McDue, UCF vs. East Carolina, 10-3-12 (2 for 128) 59.5 Reggie Hunt, Southern Miss at Tulane, 11-6-10 (2 for 119) 59.0 Quincy McDue, UCF vs. Samford, 9-5-09 (2 for 118) 59.0 Michael Grandberry, Memphis at UTEP, 1125-06 (2 for 118) SEASON (min. 11 returns) 34.8 Eric Booth, Southern Miss, 1997 (22 for 766) 34.2 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2012 (17 for 582) 32.2 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2010 (27 for 869) 31.8 Broderick Clark, Louisville, 2002 (26 for 827) 31.7 J.R. Reed, USF, 2003 (18 for 570)

Loyce Means, Houston vs. Tulsa, 11-15-08 (95 yards) Devin Lowery, SMU vs. Marshall, 10-14-06 (15 yards) Will Gulley, Houston vs. East Carolina, 11-604 (45 yards) J.R. Reed, USF at Memphis, 11-29-03 (15 yards) Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss at Army, 9-2802 (43 yards) Anthony Floyd, Louisville at Southern Miss, 11-4-00 (82 yards)

SEASON 3 Leo Barnes, Southern Miss, 2000 2 D.J. Hayden, Houston, 2012 2 Deron Wilson, Southern Miss, 2011 2 Quintin Demps, UTEP, 2007 2 Kasey Ross, East Carolina, 2006 2 Blue Adams, Cincinnati, 2002 2 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati, 1998 1 129 tied with

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS

SEASON 10 Anthony Floyd, Louisville, 2000 (152 yards) 9 Rodregis Brooks, UAB, 1999 (152 yards) 8 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2002 (133 yards) 8 Jason Goss, TCU, 2002 (27 yards) 7 Kevin Sanders, UAB, 2008 (55 yards) 7 Quentin Demps, UTEP, 2006 (61 yards) 7 J.R. Reed, USF, 2003 (45 yards) 7 Mike James, Houston, 1999 (69 yards)

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

GAME 2 Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall (10-27-12) 1 seven in 2012 Most Recently: Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (11-24-11) SEASON 4 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2009 3 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2012 3 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2009 2 Autrey Golden, UTEP, 2012 2 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2010 2 Marlon McClure, UTEP, 2010 2 Joe Burnett, UCF, 2008 2 Broderick Clark, Louisville, 2002 2 Zek Parker, Louisville, 1999 2 Eric Booth, Southern Miss, 1997 1 5147 tied with

INT RETURN YARDS

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS


100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 100t 99t 99t 98t 98t 98t 97t 97t 97t 97t 97t

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Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss at Nebraska (9-1-12) Tyron Carrier, Houston vs. Rice (10-27-11) Marlon McClure, UTEP at Arkansas (11-13-10) Troy Evans, Marshall at Southern Miss (10-2-10) Devin Mays, Houston at UCF (11-14-09) Freddie Parham, Southern Miss vs. Virginia (9-19-09) Donnie Avery, Houston vs. East Carolina (9-29-07) Jessie Henderson, SMU at Tulane (9-20-06) Ricky Wilson, Houston at Louisville (11-22-03) Fred Smith, Tulane vs. TCU (9-1-03) Broderick Clark, Louisville vs. Kentucky (9-1-02) Quincy McDue, UCF vs. East Carolina (10-3-12) Khymest Williams, UCF at SMU (11-17-07) Autrey Golden, UTEP at Southern Miss (1117-12) Quincy McDue, UCF at Marshall (10-27-12) Je Liggon, Tulane vs. Southern Miss (10-26-96) Jeremy Eddington, Rice at UTEP (11-24-12) Israel Route, Tulane vs. Southeastern La. (10-1-05) Scott Wesley, Army at Tulane (11-13-04) John Eubanks, Southern Miss at Houston (10-7-04) Zek Parker, Louisville vs. Chattanooga (9-11-99)

GAME 123 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati at Memphis, 10-17-98 (2 returns) 106 Curnelius Arnick, Tulsa at Hawaii, 12-24-10 (2 returns) 100 Kendrick Presley, Southern Miss, 11-26-11 (1 return) 100 Jordan Ozerities, UCF at Tulane, 10-20-10 (1 return) 100 Quintin Demps, UTEP at New Mexico State, 9-15-07 (1 return) 100 Quintin Demps, UTEP at UCF, 11-24-07 (1 return) 100 Idrees Bashir, Memphis at Army, 9-23-00 (1 return) 100 Kevin Monroe, East Carolina vs. Louisville, 11-14-98 (1 return) 99 Marquis Coleman, UAB at UTEP, 10-31-09 (1 return) 99 Quincy Butler, TCU vs. Southern Miss, 11-20-04 (1 return) 98 Dwight Henry, East Carolina at Louisville, 11-1-97 (1 return) 96 Cameron Rogers, SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin, 9-8-12 (1 return) 96 Adrian Singleton, UAB at Cincinnati, 10-1699 (1 return) SEASON (min. 2) 220 Quintin Demps, UTEP, 2007 (5 int.) 171 D.J. Hayden, Houston, 2012 (4 int.) 159 Johnell Neal, UCF, 2007 (6 int.) 152 Anthony Floyd, Louisville, 2000 (10 int.) 152 Rodregis Brooks, UAB, 1999 (9 int.)

GAME 100t Jordan Ozerities, UCF at Tulane (10-20-10) 100t Quintin Demps, UTEP at UCF (11-24-07) 100t Quintin Demps, UTEP at New Mexico State (9-15-07) 100t Idrees Bashir, Memphis at Army (9-23-00) 100t Kevin Monroe, East Carolina vs. Louisville (11-14-98) 99t Marquis Coleman, UAB at UTEP (10-31-09) 99t Quincy Butler, TCU vs. Southern Miss, (11-20-04) 98t Dwight Henry, East Carolina at Louisville (11-1-97) 96t Cameron Rogers, SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin (9-8-12) 96t Adrian Singleton, UAB at Cincinnati (10-16-99) 91t Rodregis Brooks, UAB vs. East Carolina (11-6-99)

TACKLES

GAME 26 Bryce Hudman, SMU at Arkansas State (9-15-07) 24 Marvin Burdette, UAB at Tulane (10-27-12) 24 Chris Moore, East Carolina at Cincinnati (9-1-03) 24 Pernell Grin, East Carolina vs. Wake Forest (9-1-01) 23 Marcus McGraw, Houston vs. Air Force (12-31-09) 23 Pete Fleps, SMU at Navy (10-25-08) 23 Brad Jackson, Cincinnati vs. Louisville (11-8-97) 23 Je Kerr, East Carolina vs. Cincinnati (11-13-97) SEASON 174 Hanik Milligan, Houston, 2001 (102 solo, 72 ast.) 168 Rod Davis, Southern Miss, 2002 (122 solo, 46 ast.) 168 Brad Jackson, Cincinnati, 1997 (93 solo, 75 ast.) 167 Je Kerr, East Carolina, 1997 (78 solo, 89 ast.) 165 Chris Chamberlain, Tulsa, 2007 (104 solo, 61 ast.) 164 Rod Davis, Southern Miss, 2003 (111 solo, 53 ast.)

RECORDS

YARDS PER INTERCEPTION RETURN

GAME (min. 2) 61.5 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati at Memphis, 10-17-98 (2 for 123) 53.0 Curnelius Arnick, Tulsa at Hawaii, 12-24-10 (2 for 106) 47.5 D.J. Hayden, Houston vs. UTEP, 10-27-12 (2 for 95) 41.5 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane at LouisianaMonroe, 10-5-02 (2 for 83) 41.0 Brandon Sumrall, Southern Miss vs. Memphis, 11-10-07 (2 for 82) SEASON (min. 3) 45.3 Rashad Jackson, Marshall, 2010 (3 for 136) 44.0 Quintin Demps, UTEP, 2007 (5 for 220) 42.8 D.J. Hayden, Houston, 2012 (4 for 171) 41.0 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati, 1998 (3 for 123) 35.0 Travaun Nixon, UTEP, 2010 (4 for 140)

SACKS

GAME 6 Keaton Cromartie, Tulane vs. Memphis (11-8-97) 4 Clinton McDonald, Memphis vs. Arkansas State (9-27-08) 4 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati vs. LouisianaMonroe (12-1-01) 4 Michael Josiah, Louisville vs. Grambling (99-00) 4 Cedric Scott, Southern Miss at Houston (10-28-00) 4 Roderick Coleman, East Carolina vs. Wake Forest (9-13-97) 4 Carl Powell, Louisville at Memphis (11-2-96) SEASON 17 Bo Schobel, TCU, 2003 15 Dewayne White, Louisville, 2001 15 Roderick Coleman, East Carolina, 1997 14 Phillip Hunt, Houston, 2008 14 Bryan Thomas, UAB, 2001 13.5 Sammy Brown, Houston, 2011

INTERCEPTIONS

GAME 3 Milton Howell, Tulsa vs. SMU, 10-29-11 (44 yards) 3 Marco Nelson, Tulsa at Houston, 11-13-10 (7 yards)

INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS


GAME 2 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati at Memphis (10-17-98) 1 169 tied with

C-USA TEaM REcORDs


TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS
GAME 115 108 106 104 103 103 Houston vs. Louisiana Tech (9-8-12) Memphis vs. SMU (11-24-07) Marshall vs. Houston (11-17-12) Rice vs. Tulsa (11-24-07) Tulsa at SMU (11-24-12) Houston at UTEP (10-3-09) 22 22 22 22 21 21

Memphis vs. Chattanooga (9-17-05) Army vs. Louisville (10-7-99) Cincinnati vs. Tulsa (8-28-97) Cincinnati vs. Miami-Ohio (9-28-96) Houston at UAB (10-20-07) Army vs. Ball State (9-25-99)

SEASON 3,752 Tulsa, 2008 (674 rushes in 14 games) 3,440 Tulsa, 2012 (689 rushes in 14 games) 3,287 UCF, 2007 (670 rushes in 14 games) 3,215 Memphis, 2005 (597 rushes in 12 games) 3,005 Louisville, 2004 (534 rushes in 12 games)

SEASON 1,160 Tulsa, 2012 (6,400 yards) 1,150 Houston, 2009 (7,887 yards) 1,126 Tulsa, 2007 (7,615 yards) 1,108 Cincinnati, 2002 (5,867 yards) 1,102 Houston, 2011 (8,367 yards)

SEASON 188 Tulsa, 2008 173 Houston, 2003 171 Tulsa, 2012 168 Houston, 2007 161 Army, 1998

YARDS PER GAME

MOST PASSING
GAME 31 29 29 27 26 Houston at UTEP (10-3-09) Houston at East Carolina (12-5-09) Louisville at East Carolina (11-14-98) Rice vs. Tulsa (10-24-07) Houston vs. Southern Miss (10-31-09)

SEASON 268.0 Tulsa, 2008 (3,752 yards in 14 games) 267.9 Memphis, 2005 (3,215 yards in 11 games) 265.0 Army, 1999 (2,915 yards in 11 games) 250.4 Louisville, 2004 (3,005 yards in 12 games) 245.7 Tulsa, 2012 (3,440 yards in 14 games)

YARDS PER RUSH

YARDS GAINED

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
GAME 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 UCF vs. Charleston Southern, 9-3-11 Tulsa vs. Nicholls State, 9-15-12 Houston vs. Texas Southern, 11-24-07 UCF vs. Memphis, 9-22-07 Army vs. Louisville, 10-7-99 Southern Miss vs. Southwestern La., 9-21-96 6 18 tied with Most Recently: East Carolina vs. Marshall, 11-23-12 SEASON 47 Louisville, 2004 41 Tulsa, 2012 41 UCF, 2007 40 Tulsa, 2008 36 UCF, 2010

SEASON 8,387 Houston, 2011 (6,301 pass, 2,086 rush) 7,978 Tulsa, 2008 (4,226 pass, 3,752 rush) 7,887 Houston, 2009 (6,072 pass, 1,815 rush) 7,615 Tulsa, 2007 (5,194 pass, 2,421 rush) 7,316 Houston, 2008 (5,221 pass, 2,095 rush)

YARDS PER GAME

SEASON 599.1 Houston, 2011 (8,387 yards in 14 games) 569.9 Tulsa, 2008 (7,978 yards in 14 games) 563.4 Houston, 2009 (7,887 yards in 14 games) 562.8 Houston, 2008 (7,316 yards in 13 games) 559.6 Louisville, 1998 (6,156 yards in 11 games)

SEASON 424 Houston, 2009 (297 pass, 110 rush, 17 penalty) 393 Houston, 2011 (258 pass, 115 rush, 20 penalty) 391 Tulsa, 2008 (183 pass, 188 rush, 20 penalty) 377 Tulsa, 2007 (220 pass, 136 rush, 21 penalty) 355 Houston, 2008 (225 pass, 107 rush, 23 penalty)

YARDS PER PLAY

RUSHING MOST ATTEMPTS


GAME 82 Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 9-28-96 (405 yards) 69 Tulsa vs. UCF, 12-1-12 (290 yards) 68 UAB vs. Tulane, 10-20-01 (307 yards) 68 Army vs. Louisville, 10-7-99 (480 yards) 68 Cincinnati vs. UAB, 10-11-97 (246 yards) SEASON 689 Tulsa, 2012 (3,440 yards in 14 games) 674 Tulsa, 2008 (3,752 yards in 14 games) 670 UCF, 2007 (3,287 yards in 14 games) 659 TCU, 2003 (2,700 yards in 13 games) 651 Houston, 2003 (2,802 yards in 13 games)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

GAME 11.52 UAB vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-7-09 (54 for 662) 10.97 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (67 for 735) 10.89 Houston vs. Marshall, 10-22-11 (57 for 621) 10.67 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (46 for 491) 10.13 UTEP vs. New Mexico State, 9-30-06 (53 for 537) SEASON 7.61 Houston, 2011 (8,387 on 1,102) 7.27 Tulsa, 2008 (7,978 on 1,097) 7.24 Louisville, 2004 (6,468 on 893) 7.20 Houston, 2008 (7,316 on 1,016) 6.97 Louisville, 1998 (6,156 on 883)

GAME 1,013 Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (470 pass, 321 rush, 211 KR, 21 PR) 975 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (443 pass, 292 rush, 89 KR, 151 PR) 911 Louisville vs. East Carolina, 11-14-98 (615 pass, 154 rush, 118 KR, 10 PR) 902 Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-3198 (460 pass, 246 rush, 71 KR, 91 PR) 880 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 10-3-98 (460 pass, 282 rush, 22 KR, 44 PR) SEASON 9,757 Tulsa, 2008 (4,226 pass, 3,752 rush, 1,577 KR, 202 PR) 9,583 Houston, 2009 (6,072 pass, 1,815 rush, 1,555 KR, 141 PR) 9,147 Tulsa, 2007 (5,194 pass, 2,421 rush, 1,409 KR, 123 PR) 8,728 Houston, 2008 (5,221 pass, 2,095 rush, 1,249 KR, 163 PR) 8,626 Houston, 2011 (6,301 pass, 1,102 rush, 906 KR, 317 PR)

FIRST DOWNS MOST RUSHING


GAME 23 Southern Miss vs. Alcorn State (9-5-09) 22 Memphis vs. Tulane (11-29-08) 22 Southern Miss vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (8-30-08)

YARDS GAINED
GAME 491 489 480 463 447 East Carolina at Memphis, 11-3-07 (44 rushes) Tulsa vs. Tulane, 11-22-08 (59 rushes) Army vs. Louisville, 10-7-99 (68 rushes) Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (62 rushes) Army vs. Ball State, 9-25-99 (63 rushes)

RECORDS

GAME 791 Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (470 pass, 321 rush) 769 Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (615 pass, 154 rush) 750 Houston vs. Southern Miss, 10-31-09 (559 pass, 191 rush) 748 Houston vs. Rice, 10-13-07 (474 pass, 274 rush) 742 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 10-3-98 (460 pass, 282 rush) 735 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (443 pass, 292 rush) 732 Houston vs. Georgia State, 9-24-11 (561 pass, 171 rush) 706 Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-31-98 (460 pass, 246 rush) 700 Houston vs. UTEP, 11-22-08 (480 pass, 220 rush) 700 Rice vs. Tulsa, 11-24-07 (541 pass, 159 rush)

SEASON 297 Houston, 2009 258 Houston, 2011 225 Houston, 2008 220 Tulsa, 2007 214 Marshall, 2012

GAME 11.51 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (31 for 357) 11.15 East Carolina at Memphis, 11-3-07 (44 for 491) 10.81 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (27 for 292) 10.26 East Carolina vs. Wake Forest, 9-11-04 (23 for 236) 9.43 UAB vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-7-09 (35 for 330) SEASON 5.96 UAB, 2009 (463 for 2,759 yards) 5.73 Louisville, 2003 (518 for 2,966 yards) 5.63 Louisville, 2004 (534 for 3,005 yards) 5.56 Tulsa, 2008 (674 for 3,752 yards) 5.38 Memphis, 2005 (597 for 3,215 yards)

TOTAL

GAME 42 Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (31 pass, 7 rush, 4 pen.) 40 Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (28, 7 rush, 5 pen.) 39 Houston vs. Southern Miss, 10-31-09 (26 pass, 12 rush, 1 pen.) 39 Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (29 pass, 9 rush, 1 pen.) 38 Rice vs. Tulsa, 11-24-07 (27 pass, 11 rush, 0 pen.)

87

PASSING ATTEMPTS
GAME 77 Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (53 comp.) 76 Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (51 comp.) 75 Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (56 comp.) 72 Tulane at Louisville, 10-28-00 (43 comp.) 69 Houston vs. Penn State, 1-1-12 (45 comp.) SEASON 747 Houston, 2009 (525 comp.) 682 Houston, 2011 (479 comp.) 632 East Carolina, 2010 (408 comp.) 610 Houston, 2008 (411 comp.) 607 Marshall, 2012 (424 comp.)

15.46 15.44 14.57 14.55

Tulsa, 2007 (5,194 on 336) UAB, 2004 (3,073 on 199) Tulane, 1998 (3,352 on 230) East Carolina, 2000 (2,473 on 170)

72 70 70 70 68 66 66 65 65

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

COMPLETIONS
GAME 56 53 51 46 45 45 Houston at East Carolina, 12-5-09 (75 att.) Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (77 att.) Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (76 att.) Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (58 att.) Marshall at Purdue, 9-29-12 (68 att.) Houston vs. Penn State, 1-1-12 (69 att.)

GAME 9 Houston vs. Rice (10-27-11) 7 Houston vs. Marshall (10-22-11) 6 Marshall at East Carolina (11-23-12) 6 Marshall vs. UAB (10-28-11) 6 Houston at Tulsa (11-25-11) 6 Houston at Memphis (10-30-10) 6 Houston vs. Texas State (9-4-10) 6 Houston vs. Memphis (11-7-09) 6 Houston vs. Tulsa (11-15-08) 6 Rice vs. Southern Miss (10-18-08) 6 Rice vs. North Texas (9-27-08) 6 Tulsa vs. New Mexico (9-20-08) 6 Tulsa at North Texas (9-6-08) 6 Houston vs. Southern (8-30-08) 6 Rice vs. SMU (8-29-08) 6 Tulsa vs. Bowling Green (1-6-08) 6 Rice vs. UTEP (11-3-07) 6 Tulane vs. UAB (10-23-04) 6 Louisville at East Carolina (11-14-98) 5 49 times Most Recently: Houston at Marshall, 11-17-12 SEASON 54 Houston, 2011 (14 games) 49 Tulsa, 2007 (14 games) 48 Rice, 2008 (13 games) 47 Tulsa, 2008 (14 games) 47 Houston, 2009 (14 games)

Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana (20), 10-31-98 Houston vs. Tulsa (30), 11-15-08 Southern Miss vs. UAB (14), 11-1-08 Louisville vs. Cincinnati (7), 11-27-04 Houston vs. Texas State (28), 9-4-10 Tulsa vs. Nicholls State (16), 9-15-12 Louisville vs. Houston (45), 11-22-03 East Carolina vs. Marshall (59), 11-23-12 Louisville at Houston (34), 11-20-04

SEASON 690 Houston, 2011 661 Tulsa, 2008 597 Louisville, 2004 591 Houston, 2009 576 Tulsa, 2007

MOST POINTS (two teams)


124 117 114 114 112 111 111 108 107 107 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 9

East Carolina (65) vs. Marshall (59), 11-23-12 TCU (62) vs. Houston (55), 10-25-03 SMU (72) vs. Houston (42), 10-18-12 Tulane (59) vs. UAB (55), 10-23-04 Tulsa (77) vs. UTEP (35), 10-18-08 Louisville (66) vs. Houston (45), 11-22-03 Army (59) vs. Louisville (52), 2 ot, 10-7-99 Louisville (63) at East Carolina (45), 11-14-98 Houston (73) vs. Rice (34), 10-27-11 Memphis (55) vs. SMU (52), 3 ot, 11-24-07 UTEP (0) vs. SMU (17), 10-6-12 Tulane (0) vs. Mississippi (39), 9-22-12 Memphis (0) at UCF (41), 10-29-11 Memphis (0) at Louisville (56), 10-9-10 Tulane (0) at UCF (49), 11-21-09 Tulane (0) at LSU (42), 10-31-09 Tulsa (0) at Oklahoma (45), 9-19-09 UCF (0) vs. UAB (15), 11-29-08 UAB (0) at Georgia (34), 9-16-06 Army (0) vs. USF (28), 9-27-03 Army (0) vs. TCU (27), 10-4-03 Tulane (0) vs. Texas (49), 9-28-02 UAB (0) at Louisiana-Lafayette (34), 9-21-02 Army (0) at Rutgers (44), 9-14-02 UAB (0) at Southern Miss (3), 9-29-01 Houston (0) at Texas (48), 9-23-00 Memphis (0) vs. Mississippi (3), 9-4-99 Army (0) vs. Southern Miss (24), 10-16-99 Cincinnati (0) vs. Miami (Ohio) (41), 10-24-98 East Carolina (0) vs. South Carolina (20), 9-20-97 East Carolina (0) at Syracuse (56), 10-4-97 Houston (0) at Southern Miss (33), 11-15-97 Memphis (0) at Southern Miss (16), 10-19-96 Cincinnati (0) at Kansas State (35), 9-14-96 19 tied with UAB (0) at Southern Miss (3), 9-29-01 Memphis (0) vs. Mississippi (3), 9-4-99 Louisville (7) vs. Colorado State (2), 10-401 Southern Miss (6) vs. Houston (3), 10-28-00 UAB (15) at UCF (0), 11-29-98 Memphis (6) vs. Mississippi (10), 9-5-05 Southern Miss (16) vs. Memphis (0), 10-19-96

SEASON 525 Houston, 2009 (747 att.) 479 Houston, 2011 (682 att.) 424 Marshall, 2012 (607 att.) 411 Houston, 2008 (610 att.) 408 East Carolina, 2010 (632 att.)

FEWEST POINTS SCORED (one team)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

RECORDS

GAME (min. 15 att.) 94.7 Tulane vs. Navy, 11-6-04 (18-of-19) 88.9 East Carolina at Navy, 10-22-11 (40-of-45) 88.9 Houston at Memphis, 10-30-10 (24 of 27) 88.2 Memphis at UAB, 11-17-12 (15-of-17) 88.0 Southern Miss at Navy, 10-8-11 (22 of 25) SEASON 71.3 Louisville, 2004 (256 of 359) 70.3 Houston, 2009 (525 of 747) 70.2 Houston, 2011 (479 of 682) 67.9 UCF, 2011 (235 of 346) 67.8 Tulane, 1998 (230 of 339)

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN
GAME 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Houston vs. South Florida, 11-23-02 Houston at SMU, 10-18-12 Houston vs. Air Force, 12-31-09 Army vs. Southern Miss, 9-28-02 SMU vs. TCU, 9-29-12 Houston at UCLA, 9-15-12 Houston vs. Tulsa, 11-13-10 Tulsa vs. East Carolina, 12-6-08 SMU at Texas Tech, 9-13-08 Rice vs. Troy, 12-22-06 Memphis at East Carolina, 9-16-06 Houston at UTEP, 9-16-05 Houston vs. Louisville, 11-18-00 Tulane at Syracuse, 10-2-99 Tulane at Navy, 11-13-99

88

PASSING YARDS

GAME 615 Louisville at East Carolina, 11-14-98 (46 of 58) 580 Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-8-12 (53 of 77) 578 Houston vs. Memphis, 11-21-09 (42 of 55) 563 Houston at North Texas, 9-10-11 (39 of 59) 561 Houston vs. Georgia State, 9-24-11 (40 of 50) 559 Houston vs. Southern Miss, 10-31-09 (44 of 54) 541 Rice vs. Tulsa, 11-24-07 (40 of 67) 536 Houston at UTEP, 10-3-09 (51 of 76) 534 Houston vs. Rice, 10-27-11 (24 of 40) 532 Houston vs. Penn State, 1-1-12 (45 of 69) SEASON 6,301 Houston, 2011 (479 of 682) 6,072 Houston, 2009 (525 of 747) 5,221 Houston, 2008 (411 of 610) 5,194 Tulsa, 2007 (336 of 564) 4,498 Louisville, 1998 (338 of 515)

SEASON 25 SMU, 2008 (269 of 476) 25 Army, 2003 (272 of 525) 25 Tulane, 1999 (326 of 556) 23 Cincinnati, 2002 (281 of 520) 22 East Carolina, 2002 (200 of 410) 22 Houston, 2002 (184 of 357)

FEWEST POINTS SCORED (two teams)

FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS

YARDS PER ATTEMPT

SEASON 3 Memphis, 2012 (182 of 283) 5 Rice, 2012 (236 of 401) 5 Houston, 2006 (300 of 445) 5 Louisville, 2004 (256 of 359) 6 Houston, 2011 (479 of 682) 6 Southern Miss, 2009 (242 of 391) 6 Houston, 2004 (198 of 354) 6 Memphis, 2001 (177 of 318) 6 Tulane, 1998 (230 of 339) 7 eight tied with

9 15 16

MOST TOUCHDOWNS

SEASON 9.99 Tulsa, 2008 (4,226 on 423 att.) 9.88 Tulane, 1998 (3,352 on 339 att.) 9.65 Louisville, 2004 (3,463 on 359 att.) 9.21 Tulsa, 2007 (5,194 on 564 att.) 9.20 Houston, 2011 (6,301 on 479 att.)

SCORING MOST POINTS


GAME 77 77 73 73 73 72 Tulsa vs. UTEP (35), 10-18-08 Rice vs. North Texas (20), 9-27-08 Houston at Tulane (17), 11-10-11 Houston vs. Rice (34), 10-27-11 Houston vs. Rice (14), 11-28-09 SMU vs. Houston (42), 10-18-12

YARDS PER COMPLETION

SEASON 15.65 Tulsa, 2008 (4,226 on 270)

GAME 11 Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (6 pass, 5 rush) 11 Rice vs. North Texas, 9-27-08 (6 pass, 5 rush) 10 SMU vs. Houston, 10-18-12 (4 pass, 2 rush, 3 INT, 1 FR) 10 Houston vs. Rice, 10-27-11 (9 pass, 1 KR) 10 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (4 pass, 4 rush, 2 PR) 10 Houston vs. Texas State, 9-4-10 (6 pass, 4 rush) 10 Houston vs. Rice, 11-28-09 (5 pass, 5 rush) 10 Houston vs. Tulsa, 11-15-08 (6 pass, 4 rush) 10 Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (2 pass, 9 rush) 10 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (6 pass, 4 rush)

9 16 tied with Most Recently: Houston vs. Marshall, 10-22-11 (7 pass, 2 rush) SEASON 93 Houston, 2011 (14 games) 90 Tulsa, 2008 (14 games) 80 Louisville, 2004 (12 games) 79 Tulsa, 2007 (14 games) 77 Houston, 2009 (14 games)

SEASON 92 Houston, 2011 88 Tulsa, 2008 77 Louisville, 2004 76 Tulsa, 2007 73 Houston, 2009 73 Rice, 2008

SEASON 95 Memphis, 2011 (3,993 yards) 90 UCF, 2008 (3,560 yards) 84 Army, 2003 (3,072 yards) 84 Southern Miss, 2003 (3,360 yards) 82 East Carolina, 2007 (3,307 yards) 82 Memphis, 2000 (3,182 yards)

PAT KICKS MADE


GAME 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (11 att.) Rice vs. North Texas, 9-27-08 (11 att.) Houston vs. Rice, 10-27-11 (10 att.) Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (10 att.) Houston vs. Rice, 11-28-09 (10 att.) Houston vs. Tulsa, 11-15-08 (10 att.) Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (10 att.) Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (10 att.) Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-3198 (10 att.) 9 nine tied with Most Recently: SMU vs. Houston, 10-18-12 (9 made) SEASON 91 Houston, 2011 86 Tulsa, 2008 77 Louisville, 2004 73 Rice, 2008 73 Tulsa, 2007

YARDS PUNTED

KICKING FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS


GAME 7 Houston vs. UAB, 10-13-12 (6 made) 7 UAB at Tennessee, 9-25-10 (2 made) 6 Rice at North Texas, 9-11-10 (4 made) 6 Southern Miss vs. UTEP, 10-4-08 (3 made) 6 UTEP vs. Houston, 9-16-05 (5 made) 6 Memphis at UAB, 10-9-99 (5 made) 6 Tulane at Louisville, 10-11-97 (5 made) 5 26 tied with Most Recently: SMU at Tulane, 10-13-12 (4 made) SEASON 36 Southern Miss, 2011 (25 made) 35 East Carolina, 2008 (22 made) 34 UCF, 2005 (22 made) 34 TCU, 2003 (28 made) 33 Tulane, 2002 (20 made)

GAME 510 Cincinnati at Louisville, 10-26-96 (12 punts) 474 Southern Miss at N.C. State, 10-29-05 ( 11 punts) 493 TCU at Nebraska, 8-25-01 (11 punts) 467 UAB at Memphis, 10-27-01 (11 punts) 463 UCF at USF, 10-13-07 (11 punts) SEASON 3,993 Memphis, 2011 (95 punts) 3,560 UCF, 2008 (90 punts) 3,454 Rice, 2011 (80 punts) 3,416 Memphis, 2010 (80 punts) 3,360 Southern Miss, 2003 (84 punts)

PUNTING AVERAGE

PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE

SEASON 46.2 Tulane, 1998 (42 for 1,940) 45.2 East Carolina, 2009 (68 for 3,077) 44.6 Memphis, 2009 (65 for 2,896) 44.5 Army, 1998 (48 for 2,137) 43.9 East Carolina, 2008 (73 for 3,205)

FIELD GOALS MADE


GAME 6 5 5 5 Houston vs. UAB, 10-13-12 (7 att.) Rice vs. SMU, 11-17-12 (6 att.) Southern Miss vs. UCF, 11-12-11 (5 att.) Southern Miss vs. East Carolina, 10-9-10 (5 att.) 5 UAB vs. UCF, 11-29-08 (5 att.) 5 UTEP vs. SMU, 11-15-08 (5 att.) 5 UTEP vs. East Carolina, 10-13-07 (5 att.) 5 UAB vs. Alcorn State, 9-22-07 (5 att.) 5 UTEP vs. Houston, 9-16-05 (6 att.) 5 TCU at Cincinnati, 9-2-02 (5 att.) 5 Memphis at UAB, 10-9-99 (6 att.) 5 Tulane at Louisville, 10-11-97 (6 att.) 4 35 tied with Most Recently: Houston vs. Tulane, 11-24-12 (4 att.) SEASON 29 Cincinnati, 2000 (11 games) 28 TCU, 2003 (13 games) 26 Southern Miss, 2010 (13 games) 23 Rice, 2012 (13 games) 23 Southern Miss, 2005 (12 games) 23 TCU, 2002 (12 games) 23 Tulane, 1997 (11 games)

SEASON (min. 30 made) 100.0 Tulane, 2012 (60 of 60) 100.0 East Carolina, 2012 (50 of 50) 100.0 Houston, 2012 (45 of 45) 100.0 UCF, 2011 (38 of 38) 100.0 Marshall, 2011 (33 of 33) 100.0 East Carolina, 2009 (44 of 44) 100.0 Marshall, 2009 (34 of 34) 100.0 East Carolina, 2007 (50 of 50) 100.0 SMU, 2007 (43 of 43) 100.0 Tulane, 2007 (34 of 34) 100.0 East Carolina, 2006 (31 of 31) 100.0 UTEP, 2005 (42 of 42) 100.0 UAB, 2005 (37 of 37) 100.0 Memphis, 2005 (36 of 36) 100.0 East Carolina, 2005 (30 of 30) 100.0 Louisville, 2004 (77 of 77) 100.0 Houston, 2003 (56 of 56) 100.0 TCU, 2003 (38 of 38) 100.0 Southern Miss, 2002 (31 of 31) 100.0 Cincinnati, 2001 (36 of 36) 100.0 Memphis, 2001 (36 of 36) 100.0 UAB, 2001 (31 of 31) 100.0 Southern Miss, 2001 (30 of 30) 100.0 Louisville, 2000 (45 of 45) 100.0 Tulane, 1998 (68 of 68)

PUNT RETURNS MOST RETURNS


GAME 9 UAB vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-30-00 (76 yards) 9 Louisville at Illinois, 9-19-98 (39 yards) 8 Rice vs. Memphis, 10-8-11 (121 yards) 8 Louisville vs. TCU, 11-10-04 (63 yards) 8 Louisville at Army, 9-21-02 (203 yards) 8 Southern Miss at Louisville, 10-16-01 (45 yards) 8 Memphis at UAB, 10-9-99 (68 yards) 8 Southern Mess vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 9-26-98 (137 yards) 8 Cincinnati vs. Kentucky, 9-7-96 (68 yards) SEASON 54 Louisville, 2002 (716 yards) 50 USF, 2003 (495 yards) 49 TCU, 2002 (443 yards) 47 Louisville, 2004 (483 yards) 46 Louisville, 1996 (363 yards) GAME 203 Louisville at Army, 9-21-02 (8 returns) 168 East Carolina vs. Houston, 11-11-00 (6 returns) 154 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (6 returns) 151 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (3 returns) 148 East Carolina vs. Memphis, 11-20-04 (6 returns) SEASON 716 Louisville, 2002 (54 returns) 582 Cincinnati, 1997 (40 returns) 495 USF, 2003 (50 returns) 484 Tulane, 2002 (28 returns) 483 Louisville, 2004 (47 returns)

YARDS RETURNED

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

TOTAL POINTS BY KICKING

SEASON 100.0 Tulane, 2012 (21 of 21) 100.0 Memphis, 1998 (16 of 16) 93.8 Tulane, 2001 (15 of 16) 92.9 Tulsa, 2009 (13 of 14) 90.6 Cincinnati, 2000 (29 of 32) 89.5 East Carolina, 2005 (17 of 19)

SEASON 136 Southern Miss, 2011 (61 XP, 25 FG) 133 Southern Miss, 2010 (55 XP, 26 FG) 130 Houston, 2011 (91 XP, 13 FG) 125 Houston, 2009 (65 XP, 20 FG) 124 UCF, 2007 (58 XP, 22 FG)

PUNTING MOST PUNTS


GAME 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 Memphis vs. SMU (9-24-11) UCF at Miami (Fla.) (10-11-08) Cincinnati vs. Louisville (10-26-96) Memphis at Southern Miss (11-26-11) UCF at USF (10-13-07) Southern Miss vs. N.C. State (10-29-05) Tulane vs. Mississippi State (9-17-05) East Carolina vs. N.C. State (11-27-04) UAB at Memphis (10-27-01) TCU at Nebraska (8-25-01) Memphis at Southern Miss (9-30-00) Memphis vs. Mississippi (9-4-99) Tulane at East Carolina (10-23-99) Cincinnati at Boston College (9-27-97)

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED


GAME 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Tulsa vs. UTEP, 10-18-08 (11 made) Rice vs. North Texas, 9-27-08 (11 made) SMU vs. Houston, 10-18-12 (9 made) Houston vs. Rice, 10-27-11 (10 made) Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (10 made) Houston vs. Texas State, 9-4-10 (8 made) Houston vs. Rice, 11-28-09 (10 made) Houston vs. Tulsa, 11-15-08 (10 made) Southern Miss vs. UAB, 11-1-08 (10 made) Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 (10 made) Tulane vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 10-3198 (10 made) 9 12 tied with Most Recently: Tulsa vs. Nicholls State, 9-15-12 (9 made)

YARDS PER PUNT RETURN

GAME (min. 3 returns) 50.3 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 (3 for 151) 47.0 SMU vs. UCF, 10-15-11 (3 for 141) 33.3 UAB vs. Troy, 10-1-11 (3 for 100) 33.3 East Carolina vs. Cincinnati, 11-13-99 (4 for 133) 32.3 Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio), 10-25-97 (3 for 97) 32.3 Houston vs. Southern Miss, 11-9-96 (3 for 97)

RECORDS

89

SEASON 20.0 UTEP, 2006 (13 for 260) 19.1 UAB, 1999 (23 for 440) 17.3 Tulane, 2002 (28 for 484) 17.1 Army, 2000 (17 for 290) 16.5 UCF, 2005 (28 for 463)

6 5 5 5 5 5

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

GAME 3 Louisville vs. Cincinnati, 11-27-04 2 Houston at Tulane, 11-10-11 2 Southern Miss at East Carolina, 11-5-11 2 Louisville at Army, 9-21-02 2 UAB at Missouri, 9-4-99 2 Cincinnati vs. Louisville, 11-8-97 1 81 tied with. Most recently: Tulsa vs. UCF, 12-1-12 SEASON 4 Southern Miss, 2011 4 Louisville, 2002 4 Cincinnati, 1997 3 Louisville, 2004 3 Army, 2000 2 14 tied with

Southern Miss at Army, 9-28-02 (56 yards) Tulsa at Hawaii, 12-24-10 (160 yards) Tulsa at Houston, 11-13-10 (35 yards) SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin, 9-5-09 (4 yards) East Carolina vs. Tulsa, 12-6-08 (117 yards) East Carolina vs. Memphis, 9-16-06 (155 yards) 5 UTEP vs. Houston, 9-16-05 (44 yards) 5 Louisville at Houston, 11-18-00 (19 yards) 5 Memphis at Mississippi State, 8-30-97 (24 yards) 5 Tulane at Southwestern La., 11-1-97 (42 yards) 4 44 tied with Most Recently: Houston vs. Tulane, 11-24-12 (52 yards) SEASON 27 Louisville, 2000 (328 yards) 26 Tulane, 1997 (362 yards) 24 Tulsa, 2010 (444 yards) 24 UCF, 2007 (392 yards) 22 East Carolina, 2008 (278 yards) 22 Tulsa, 2005 (171 yards) 22 TCU, 2002 (237 yards) 22 Tulane, 2002 (400 yards)

8 5 4 4 4 4 4 3

Southern Miss, 2011 UCF, 2010 Tulsa, 2010 Rice, 2008 Southern Miss, 2006 Cincinnati, 2002 Southern Miss, 2000 10 tied with

FUMBLES RECOVERED
GAME 6 TCU at Northwestern (9-7-02) 5 Rice vs. UTEP (11-21-09) 5 Houston vs. Rice (9-4-99) 5 Memphis vs. Cincinnati (10-17-98) 5 Louisville vs. Baylor (9-14-96) 4 23 tied with Most Recently: Memphis vs. Marshall, 11-17-11 SEASON 21 Cincinnati, 2002 21 Tulane, 2002 20 TCU, 2002 19 Houston, 2009 19 Southern Miss, 2005 19 Southern Miss, 2003

KICKOFF RETURNS MOST RETURNS


GAME 12 12 12 11 11 Tulane vs. Houston, 11-10-11 (196 yards) East Carolina vs. Navy, 11-6-10 (198 yards) UTEP vs. Tulsa, 10-18-08 (231 yards) Rice vs. Houston, 11-28-09 (236 yards) UTEP at East Carolina, 11-28-08 (199 yards) 10 11 tied with Most recently: Southern Miss vs. Marshall, 10-20-12 (153 yards) SEASON 83 Tulane, 2011 (1,667 yards) 82 East Carolina, 2010 (1,653 yards) 79 Army, 2002 (1,546 yards) 77 Rice, 2010 (1,723 yards) 77 Rice, 2009 (1,653 yards)

INT YARDS RETURNED

GAME (min. 2 returns) 232 SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin, 9-8-12 (7 returns) 176 Southern Miss at East Carolina, 11-5-11 (2 returns) 160 Tulsa at Hawaii, 12-24-10 (5 returns) 155 East Carolina vs. Memphis, 9-16-06 (5 returns) 152 SMU vs. Fresno State, 12-24-12 (2 returns) SEASON 519 Southern Miss, 2011 (19 returns) 444 Tulsa, 2010 (24 returns) 422 UTEP, 2007 (18 returns) 400 Tulane, 2002 (22 returns) 392 UCF, 2007 (24 returns)

TACKLES FOR LOSS


SEASON 151 TCU, 2002 (547 yards) 145 Louisville, 1996 (742 yards) 123 TCU, 2003 (454 yards) 119 Tulane, 2002 (457 yards) 118 Southern Miss, 1999 (431 yards)

RECORDS

SACKS
GAME 11 11 11 10 10 Tulane vs. Florida A&M, 9-11-04 Southern Miss at Tulane, 10-3-98 Louisville vs. Memphis, 11-2-96 TCU vs. Tulane, 11-9-02 Louisville vs. Grambling, 9-9-00

YARDS PER RETURN

90

YARDS RETURNED

GAME 344 Rice at Tulane, 11-13-10 (10 returns) 303 East Carolina at Southern Miss, 10-9-10 (8 returns) 297 Army at Tulane, 11-13-04 (8 returns) 271 UTEP at Arkansas, 11-13-10 (10 returns) 262 UCF at Southern Miss, 11-12-11 (8 returns) SEASON 1,723 Rice, 2010 (77 returns) 1,667 Tulane, 2011 (83 returns) 1,653 East Carolina, 2010 (82 returns) 1,653 Rice, 2009 (77 returns) 1,586 Southern Miss, 2009 (64 returns)

GAME (min. 3 returns) 40.0 Tulane vs. Marshall, 10-29-05 (3 for 120) 39.7 Louisville at Kentucky, 9-4-99 (3 for 119) 37.0 Rice vs. SMU, 8-29-08 (3 for 111) 36.0 Marshall vs. Tulane, 11-27-10 (3 for 108) 34.7 Cincinnati at Boston College, 9-27-97 (3 for 104) SEASON 27.3 Southern Miss, 2011 (19 for 519) 26.5 SMU, 2012 (21 for 557) 25.3 Louisville, 1999 (13 for 329) 24.0 UAB, 2009 (11 for 264) 23.4 UTEP, 2007 (18 for 422)

SEASON 53 Tulsa, 2012 (356 yards) 52 Southern Miss, 1998 (258 yards) 50 Louisville, 2000 (341 yards) 49 Tulane, 2002 (343 yards 46 Louisville, 1996 (325 yards)

SAFETIES
GAME 2 Memphis at Missouri (9-14-96) 1 46 tied with SEASON 3 Southern Miss, 2002 2 Tulane, 2011 2 UCF, 2007 2 SMU, 2005 2 Louisville, 2002 2 TCU, 2002 2 Memphis, 2001 2 UAB, 1999 2 Memphis, 1999 2 Memphis, 1996 2 Southern Miss, 1996

INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS

YARDS PER KICKOFF RETURN

GAME (min. 3 per game) 59.3 UCF at Tulane, 11-20-10 (3 for 178) 53.2 UCF at Marshall, 10-27-12 (4 for 213) 52.5 Rice at UTEP, 10-24-12 (4 for 210) 48.5 East Carolina vs. UCF, 10-6-07 (4 for 194) 48.3 East Carolina at Southern Miss, 10-28-06 (3 for 145) SEASON 28.2 Southern Miss, 1997 (31 for 873) 27.8 UCF, 2010 (45 for 1,250) 26.9 UCF, 2011 (42 for 1,131) 26.6 Tulsa, 2012 (36 for 959) 26.3 UTEP, 2011 (49 for 1,291)

INTERCEPTIONS
GAME 7 SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin, 9-8-12 (232 yards) 6 SMU vs. Houston, 10-18-12 (64 yards)

GAME 3 SMU vs. Houston (10-18-12) 2 SMU vs. Fresno State (12-24-12) 2 SMU vs. Stephen F. Austin (9-8-12) 2 Southern Miss vs. Memphis (11-26-10) 2 Southern Miss at East Carolina (11-5-11) 2 Tulsa vs. North Texas (10-1-11) 2 Southern Miss vs. Southeastern La. (9-17-11) 2 Tulane at UAB (9-17-11) 2 Tulsa at Hawaii (12-24-10) 2 East Carolina at Tulsa (11-15-09) 2 Rice vs. North Texas (9-27-08) 2 Rice at SMU (11-10-07) 2 East Carolina vs. Memphis (9-16-06) 2 Tulane vs. Marshall (10-29-05) 2 Cincinnati at East Carolina (12-6-02) 2 Louisville at Southern Miss (11-4-00) 2 Cincinnati at Memphis (10-17-98) 2 Cincinnati at Boston College (9-27-97) 2 East Carolina at Louisville (11-1-97) 1 145 tied with SEASON 8 SMU, 2012

TOTAL DEFENSE FEWEST PLAYS ALLOWED


GAME 41 43 44 46 47 Cincinnati vs. Kent (9-4-99) TCU vs. North Texas (9-8-01) UCF vs. South Carolina State (8-30-08) Cincinnati vs. Kansas (9-20-97) Houston at North Carolina (10-16-99)

SEASON 707 TCU, 2001 716 Marshall, 2005

719 726 732 GAME 53 60 85 89 91

UAB, 2001 UAB, 2006 UCF, 2011

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED


Cincinnati vs. Kansas (9-20-97) Louisville vs. Grambling (9-9-00) Southern Miss at Tulane (11-11-06) Tulsa vs. North Texas (9-16-06) UAB vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (9-30-00)

6 6 6 6 6 6

UCF vs. Memphis (10-29-11) UCF vs. Marshall (10-8-11) UCF vs. Charleston Southern (9-3-11) Tulsa at New Mexico (9-12-09) Tulsa vs. North Texas (9-16-06) Cincinnati vs. Kent (9-4-99)

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

SEASON 2,594 Louisville, 1996 2,883 TCU, 2002 2,925 UAB, 2001 2,954 Southern Miss, 2000 3,028 Memphis, 2000

SEASON 160 TCU, 2002 164 Southern Miss, 2000 167 Louisville, 1996 168 Memphis, 2000 171 UAB, 2001

East Carolina at Ohio, 9-19-98 (3 attempts) SMU vs. Army, 12-31-10 (7 attempts) Rice vs. Navy, 10-10-09 (3 attempts) Memphis vs. Nicholls State, 9-20-08 (5 attempts) East Carolina at Navy, 9-2-06 (6 attempts) Tulane vs. Navy, 11-13-99 (3 attempts) Tulane vs. Rice, 9-13-97 (3 attempts) nine tied with

FEWEST RUSHES ALLOWED


GAME 11 13 14 14 14 East Carolina vs. Houston, 11-3-12 (9 yards) Tulane vs. SMU, 9-25-08 (55 yards) Rice vs. Texas Tech, 9-12-09 (52 yards) Rice vs. SMU, 8-29-08 (11 yards) East Carolina vs. Marshall, 11-11-06 (35 yards)

SEASON 128 UAB, 2001 (265 attempts) 131 Cincinnati, 1996 (311 attempts) 145 Tulane, 1999 (259 attempts) 150 Marshall, 2005 (267 attempts) 154 Houston, 1999 (329 attempts)

FIRST DOWNS alloweD


GAME 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

FEWEST RUSHING ALLOWED


East Carolina vs. Marshall (11-11-06) East Carolina vs. Tulane (11-17-12) SMU vs. Southern Miss (11-10-12) UCF vs. Marshall (10-8-11) SMU at Memphis (9-24-11) Southern Miss at Memphis (10-16-10) UCF vs. Tulane (11-21-09) UCF vs. South Carolina State (8-30-08) Rice vs. SMU (8-29-08) Houston vs. Texas Southern (11-24-07) Memphis vs. UTEP (11-29-06) UAB vs. UTEP (11-10-06) Marshall vs. Hofstra (9-9-06) UTEP at New Mexico State (9-3-05) Cincinnati vs. Marshall (12-23-04) TCU vs. Tulane (11-9-02) TCU at Louisville (10-19-02) Louisville at Army (9-21-02) UAB at Houston (11-17-01) UAB vs. Montana State (8-30-01) Southern Miss vs. Tulane (9-6-99) Cincinnati vs. Kansas (9-20-97) Tulane at Louisville (10-11-97) Southern Miss vs. Houston (11-15-97) 30 tied with

SEASON 333 UAB, 2001 (630 yards) 337 Cincinnati, 1997 (921 yards) 346 Memphis, 2000 (800 yards) 347 UCF, 2011 (1,306 yards) 367 Southern Miss, 1997 (1,184 yards)

GAME (min. 10 att.) 14.3 Louisville vs. USF, 10-22-04 (3 for 21) 20.0 Houston vs. Rice, 9-4-99 (3 for 15) 21.4 TCU vs. Colorado State, 12-31-02 (6 for 28) 23.5 Marshall vs. UCF, 11-15-08 (4 for 17) 23.5 Tulane vs. Navy, 11-6-04 (4 for 17) 24.1 UCF at Marshall, 11-15-08 (7 of 29) SEASON 42.1 Cincinnati, 1996 (131 of 311) 46.8 Southern Miss, 2002 (177 of 378) 46.8 Houston, 1999 (154 of 329) 48.3 UAB, 2001 (128 of 265) 48.2 Louisville, 1996 (158 of 328)

FEWEST YARDS PER RUSH


GAME -2.30 TCU at Tulane, 11-9-02 (23 for 53) -2.00 Cincinnati vs. Kansas, 9-20-97 (23 for 46) -1.88 TCU vs. Louisville, 11-23-01 (25 for 47) -1.51 Louisville vs. Grambling, 9-9-00 (37 for 56) -1.45 UCF vs. Marshall, 9-24-05 (16 for 11) SEASON 1.89 UAB, 2001 (333 for 630) 1.98 TCU, 2002 (393 for 778) 2.04 Louisville, 1996 (437 for 892) 2.22 Louisville, 2000 (395 for 879) 2.31 Memphis, 2000 (346 for 800)

SCORING DEFENSE FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS


SEASON 20 Memphis, 2000 20 Louisville, 1996 21 Southern Miss, 2001 21 Southern Miss, 2000 21 UAB, 2000 21 Southern Miss, 1999 21 Southern Miss, 1997

FEWEST POINTS
GAME 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 UCF (41) vs. Memphis (0), 10-29-11 Houston (56) vs. Georgia State (0), 9-24-11 UCF (62) vs. Charleston Southern (0), 9-3-11 UCF (49) vs. Tulane (0), 11-21-09 UAB (15) vs. UCF (0), 11-29-08 TCU (27) vs. Army (0), 10-4-08 USF (28) vs. Army (0), 9-27-08 Southern Miss (3) vs. UAB (0), 9-29-01 East Carolina (38) at Duke (0), 9-2-00 Louisville (52) vs. Grambling (0), 9-9-00 Memphis (28) vs. Louisiana-Monroe (0), 9-9-00 Southern Miss (21) at Alabama (0), 9-16-00 UAB (47) vs. Louisiana-Monroe (0), 10-2-99 Houston (45) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (0), 9-18-99 Southern Miss (24) vs. Army (0), 10-16-99 Southern Miss (48) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (0), 11-13-99 Tulane (41) vs. Army (0), 10-4-97 Tulane (56) vs. Southwestern La. (0), 11-1-97 Southern Miss (33) vs. Houston (0), 11-15-97 Southern Miss (16) vs. Memphis (0), 10-19-96 Louisville (7) vs. Colorado State (2), 10-4-01 UAB (47) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (2), 9-30-00 nine tied with

SEASON 46 TCU, 2002 51 UAB, 2001 52 Memphis, 2000 53 Cincinnati, 1997 59 Louisville, 1996

FEWEST PASSES ALLOWED


GAME 0 SMU vs. Navy, 10-25-08 (0 completions) 2 SMU vs. Navy, 11-12-11 (0 completions) 3 Tulane at Army, 10-1-11 (3 completions) 3 Rice vs. Navy, 10-10-09 (2 completions) 3 Tulane at Navy, 11-5-05 (1 completion) 3 Tulane vs. Navy, 11-13-99 (2 completions) 3 Houston vs. Army, 10-10-98 (1 completion) 3 East Carolina at Ohio, 9-19-98 (1 completion) 3 Tulane vs. Rice, 9-13-97 (2 completions) 5 seven tied with Most Recently: East Carolina vs. Navy, 10-27-12 (3 completions) SEASON 259 Tulane, 1999 (145 completions) 262 Tulane, 1996 (158 completions) 265 UAB, 2001 (128 completions) 267 Marshall, 2005 (150 completions) 273 East Carolina, 2004 (164 completions)

FEWEST PASSING ALLOWED


GAME 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SMU vs. Navy (11-12-11) SMU vs. Northwestern State (9-17) SMU vs. Navy (10-26-08) Houston vs. Air Force (9-13-08) Marshall at Memphis (11-26-05) Houston vs. Army (10-3-98) Tulane vs. Rice (9-13-97) Tulane vs. Army (10-4-97) Tulane vs. Army (10-9-10) East Carolina vs. Navy (9-2-06) Tulane vs. Navy (11-6-04) TCU at North Texas (9-1-01) Army vs. Navy (12-4-99) East Carolina vs. Ohio (9-19-98) Louisville vs. Cincinnati (10-26-96)

SEASON 76 Memphis, 1999 78 Memphis, 2000 80 Memphis, 1997 81 Southern Miss, 2000 82 Cincinnati, 1996

FEWEST COMPLETIONS
GAME 0 0 0 1 1 1 SMU vs. Navy, 11-12-11 (2 attempts) SMU vs. Navy, 10-25-08 (0 attempts) Houston vs. Air Force, 9-13-08 (7 attempts) Marshall at Memphis, 11-26-05 (8 attempts) Tulane at Navy, 11-5-05 (3 attempts) Houston vs. Army, 10-10-98 (3 attempts)

FEWEST TOTAL ALLOWED

GAME 4 Cincinnati vs. Kansas (9-20-97) 5 UCF vs. South Carolina (8-30-08)

SEASON 172 Southern Miss, 1999 182 Southern Miss, 2000 182 Memphis, 1999 186 Southern Miss, 2001 192 UAB, 2000

RECORDS

91

c-usa FOOTBaLL caREER LEaDERs


TOTAL OFFENSE
PLAYS
2,443 2,037 1,987 1,857 1,836 1,828 1,791 1,748 1,685 1,639 1,575 1,545 1,533 1,507 1,506 Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (20,114 yards) Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (13,715 yards) Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (12,267 yards) Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (11,526 yards) Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (12,129 yards) Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 (12,291 yards) Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 (11,661 yards) Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 (10,634yards) David Garrard, East Carolina, 1998-01 (10,238 yards) G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (10,831 yards) Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (11,304 yards) Ryan Grin, Tulane, 2008-12 (8,636 yards) Jason McKinley, Houston, 1997-00 (8,277 yards) Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 (9,077 yards) Dave Ragone, Louisville, 1999-02 (9,161 yards) 3,098 3,089 2,982 2,947 2,857 55 47 45 44 43 39 39 37 37 32 32 31 31 30 30

(THROuGH 2012 sEasON) PASSING YARDS


*19,217 Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (1,546 of 2,229) 12,964 Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (964 of 1,565) 12,541 Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (1,031 of 1,679) 12,439 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 (914 of 1,641) 11,453 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 (880 of 1,556) 10,892 Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (933 of 1,527) 10,639 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (787 of 1,258) 10,215 Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 (808 of 1,469) 9,886 Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 (694 of 1,246) 9,785 Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (832 of 1,387) 9,472 G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (732 of 1,195) 9,205 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 (798 of 1,355) 9,036 Ryan Grin, Tulane, 2008-12 (836 of 1,396) 9,029 David Garrard, East Carolina, 1998-01 (666 of 1,169) 8,694 Jason McKinley, Houston, 1997-00 (786 of 1,388) * NCAA Record

Bryce Beall, Houston, 2008-11 (553 attempts) Leonard Henry, East Carolina, 1998-01 (519 attempts) Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 (624 attempts) Jorey Reynolds, Houston, 1999-02 (618 attempts) Darius Marshall, Marshall, 2007-09 (574 attempts) DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05 Zach Line, SMU, 2009-12 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2005-07 Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2006-09 Alex Singleton, Tulsa, 2009-12 Bryce Beall, Houston, 2008-11 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2004-07 Latavius Murray, UCF, 2009-12 DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati, 1998, 00-02 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa, 2005-08 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 Jackie Battle, Houston, 2003-06 Lonta Hobbs, TCU, 2002-04 Eric Shelton, Louisville, 2003-04 Derrick Nix, Southern Miss, 1998-00, 02

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

YARDS GAINED
*20,114 13,715 12,291 12,267 12,129 11,661 11,526 11,304 10,831 10,634

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

RECORDS

Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (19,217 pass, 897 rush) Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (12,964 pass, 751 rush) Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 (12,439 pass, -148 rush) Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (10,892, 1,375 rush) Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (12,541 pass, - 412 rush) Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 (11,453 pass, 208 rush) Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (9,785 pass, 1,741 rush) Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (10,639 pass, 665 rush) G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (9,472 pass, 1,359 rush) Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 (10,215 yards, 419 rush) 10,238 David Garrard, East Carolina, 1998-01 (9,029 pass, 1,209 rush) 9,978 Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 (9,886 pass, 92 rush) 9,437 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-09 (9,683 pass, -236 rush) 9,161 Dave Ragone, Louisville, 1999-02 (8,596 pass, 565 rush) 9,007 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 (9,205 pass, -218 rush) * NCAA Record Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (155 pass, 23 rush) Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (99 pass, 26 rush) Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (83 pass, 25 rush, 1 rec.) 109 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (82 pass, 27 rush) 106 Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (85 pass, 21 rush) 98 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 (97 pass, 1 rush) 96 G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (81 pass, 15 rush) 93 Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 (81 pass, 12 rush) 87 Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (84 pass, 3 rush) 84 Shaun King, Tulane, 1996-98 (68 pass, 16 rush) 83 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 (78 pass, 5 rush) 83 Dave Ragone, Louisville, 1999-02 (74 pass, 9 rush) 81 David Garrard, East Carolina, 1998-01 (60 pass, 21 rush) 77 Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 (71 pass, 6 rush) 76 Dominique Davis, ECU, 2010-11 (62 pass, 14 rush) * NCAA Record

PASSING
ATTEMPTS
2,229 1,679 1,565 1,556 1,527 1,469 1,396 1,388 1,387 1,355 1,258 1,246 1,641 1,195 1,189 Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (1,546 comp., 19,217 yards) Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (1,031 comp., 12,541 yards) Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (964 comp., 12,964 yards) Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 (880 comp., 11,453 yards) Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (933 comp., 10,892 yards) Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 (583 comp., 7,323 yards) Ryan Grin, Tulane, 2008-12 (836 comp., 9,036 yards) Jason McKinley, Houston, 1997-00 (786 comp., 8,694 yards) Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (832 comp., 9,785 yards) Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 (798 comp., 9,205 yards) Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (787 comp., 10,639 yards) Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 (694 comp., 9,886 yards) Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 (914 comp., 12,439 yards) G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (732 comp., 9,472 yards) James Pinkney, East Carolina, 2003-06 (687 comp., 8,173 yards)

*155 Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 99 Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 97 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 85 Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 84 Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 83 Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 82 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 81 G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 81 Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 78 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 74 Dave Ragone, Louisville, 1999-02 72 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 71 Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 68 Shaun King, Tulane, 1996-98 62 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010-11 * NCAA Record

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN
51 51 49 48 47 46 42 39 37 35 35 35 35 34 34

TD RESPONSIBILITY
*178 125 109

92

COMPLETIONS
*1,546 1,031

RUSHING
ATTEMPTS
1,009 969 909 905 833 778 777 768 743 624 623 618 574 571 564 6,026 5,302 Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2006-09 (5,302 yards) DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05 (6,026 yards) Mewelde Moore, Tulane, 2000-03 (4,364 yards) Kevin Smith, UCF, 2005-07 (4,679 yards) Matt Forte, Tulane, 2004-07 (4,265 yards) Zach Line, SMU, 2009-12 (4,185 yards) DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati, 98, 00-02 (3,487 yards) Derrick Nix, Southern Miss, 1998-00, 02 (3,584 yards) Ketric Sanford, Houston, 1996-99 (3,636 yards) Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 (2,982 yards) Tarrion Adams, Tulsa, 2005-08 (3,651 yards) Jorey Reynolds, Houston, 1999-02 (2,947 yards) Darius Marshall, Marshall, 2007-09 (2,857 yards) Brynn Harvey, UCF, 2009-12 (2,451 yards) Carlton Jones, Army, 2002-04 (2,512 yards) DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05 (969 attempts) Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2006-09 (1,009 attempts) Kevin Smith, UCF, 2005-07 (905 attempts) Mewelde Moore, Tulane, 2000-03 (909 attempts) Matt Forte, Tulane, 2004-07 (833 attempts) Zach Line, SMU, 2009-12 (778 attempts) Tarrion Adams, Tulsa, 2005-08 (623 attempts) Ketric Sanford, Houston, 1996-99 (743 attempts) Derrick Nix, Southern Miss, 1998-00, 02 (768 attempts) DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati, 1998, 00-02 (777 attempts)

Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (2,229 att., 19,217 yards) Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (1,679 att., 12,541 yards) 964 Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (1,565 att., 12,964 yards) 933 Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (1,527 att., 10,892 yards) 914 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 (1,641 att., 12,439 yards) 880 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 (1,556 att., 11,661 yards) 836 Ryan Grin, Tulane, 2008-12 (1,396 att., 9,036 yards) 832 Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (1,387 att., 9,785 yards) 808 Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 (1,469 att., 10,215 yards) 798 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 (1,355 att., 9,205 yards) 787 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (1,258 att., 10,639 yards) 786 Jason McKinley, Houston, 1997-00 (1,388 att., 8,694 yards) 727 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010-11 (1,103 att., 7,192 yards) 732 G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (1,195 att., 9,472 yards) 694 Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 (1,246 att., 9,886 yards) * NCAA Record Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (1,546 of 2,229) Blake Bortles, UCF, 2011-12 (326 of 509) Je Godfrey, UCF, 2010 (159 of 238) Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2004 (418 of 630) Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010-11 (727 of 1,103) David Johnson, Tulsa, 2005-08 (299 of 463) Je Godfrey, UCF, 2010-12 (321 of 473) Kyle Israel, UCF, 2005-06 (117 of 183) Chuck Clements, Houston, 1996 (223 of 354) Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07 (787 of 1,258) Jordan Palmer, UTEP, 2005-06 (540 of 863) Justin Willis, SMU, 2006-07 (424 of 684) Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (964 of 1,565) Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 (1,031 of 1,679) G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (732 of 1,195) Nick Fanuzzi, Rice, 2009-10 (311 of 511)

Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, 1998-01 Chris Redman, Louisville, 1996-99 Danny Wimprine, Memphis, 2001-04 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati, 2001-04 Jason McKinley, Houston, 1997-00 Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP, 2007-10 David Garrard, East Carolina, 1998-01 Deontey Kenner, Cincinnati, 1997-00 Ryan Grin, Tulane, 2008-12 Dominique Davis, East Carolina, 2010-11 James Pinkney, East Carolina, 2003-06 Zac Dahman, Army, 2002-04 Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 Paul Smith, Tulsa, 2005-07

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
69.4 67.9 66.8 66.3 65.9 64.5 64.0 63.9 63.0 62.6 62.5 62.0 61.6 61.4 61.3 61.3

1.72 1.77 1.96 1.98 2.06 2.29 2.35 2.43 2.45 2.47 2.48 2.67 2.50 2.50 2.64 2.66

LOWEST PERCENTAGE OF INTERCEPTIONS (min. 2 years)

Martevious Young, Southern Miss, 2007-09 (4 on 233) Austin Davis, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (27 on 1,527) Blake Bortles, UCF, 2011-12 (10 on 509) Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003-06 (31 on 1,565) Stefan LeFors, Louisville, 2003-04 (13 on 630) Patrick Pinkney, East Carolina, 2005-09 (23 on 1,003) Case Keenum, Houston, 2007-11 (46 on 2,229) Dustin Almond, Southern Miss, 2002-04 (16 on 658) Chase Clement, Rice, 2005-08 (34 on 1,387) Tye Gunn, TCU, 2002-04 (8 on 324) Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2011-12 (22 on 888) G.J. Kinne, Tulsa, 2009-11 (32 on 1,195) Ryan Grin, Tulane, 2008-12 (35 on 1,396) Dave Ragone, Louisville, 1999-02 (29 on 1,180) Darrell Hackney, UAB, 2002-05 (33 on 1,246) Dustin Almond, Southern Miss, 2002-05 (28 on 1,052)

RECEIVING
CATCHES
320 300 292 291 285 272 268 252 236 232 222 217 215 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 (3,493 yards) Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1997-00 (3,670 yards) Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005-08 (4,138 yards) Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 (4,507 yards) Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 2006-09 (3,791 yards) Vincent Marshall, Houston, 2003-06 (3,770 yards) Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 (3,001 yards) Cole Beasley, SMU, 2008-11 (2,935 yards) JaJuan Dawson, Tulane, 1996-98 (3,048 yards) Darius Johnson, SMU, 2009-12 (2,854 yards) Orlando Iglesias, Houston, 1997-01 (2,810 yards) Ibn Green, Louisville, 1996-99 (2,830 yards) Roydell Williams, Tulane, 2000-04 (3,207 yards)

YARDS GAINED
4,679 4,364 4,265 4,185 3,651 3,636 3,584 3,487

212 210

Duke Calhoun, Memphis, 2006-09 (2,981 yards) Donnie Avery, Houston, 2004-07 (3,289 yards)

YARDS GAINED
4,507 4,138 3,791 3,770 3,670 3,493 3,289 3,207 3,115 3,112 3,048 3,001 2,981 2,935 2,873 2,854 2,830 2,810 2,807 2,746 2,657

Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 (291 catches) Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005-08 (292 catches) Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 2006-09 (285 catches) Vincent Marshall, Houston, 2003-06 (272 catches) Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1997-00 (300 catches) Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 (320 catches) Donnie Avery, Houston, 2004-07 (210 catches) Roydell Williams, Tulane, 2001-04 (215 catches) Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss, 1996-99 (193 catches) Roddy White, UAB, 2001-04 (163 catches) JaJuan Dawson, Tulane, 1996-98 (236 catches) Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 (268 catches) Duke Calhoun, Memphis, 2006-09 (212 catches) Cole Beasley, SMU, 2008-11 (252 catches) Brandon Middleton, Houston, 1999-03 (137 catches) Darius Johnson, SMU, 2009-12 (232 catches) Ibn Green, Louisville, 1996-99 (217 catches) Orlando Iglesias, Houston, 1997-01 (222 catches) Jeremy Williams, Tulane, 2006-09 (197 catches) Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 (188 catches) Kris Adams, UTEP, 2007-10 (144 catches)

46 46 46 44 44 44 41 39 38 37 36

Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2006-09 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2005-07 Alex Singleton, Tulsa, 2009-12 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2004-07 DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati, 1998, 00-02 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa, 2005-08 Charles Clay, Tulsa, 2007-10 Charles Sims, Houston, 2009-12 Mewelde Moore, Tulane, 2000-03

135 131 130 129 128 122 117 117 117 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 99.4 99.2 98.7 98.2 98.1 98.3 97.9 97.2 97.2

Seth Marler, Tulane, 1999-02 (143 att.) Kevin Miller, East Carolina, 1999-02 (136 att.) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (135 att.) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1999-02 (134 att.) Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1996-98 (129 att.) Matt Reagan, Memphis, 2006-09 (129 att.) Chris Boswell, Rice, 2010-12 (123 att.) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-09 (119 att.) Nick Hayes, UAB, 2001-04 (121 att.) Ryan White, Memphis, 1998-01 (110 of 110) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2004 (77 of 77) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-07 (59 of 59) Parker Mullins, UAB, 2003-05 (37 of 37) Wade Tydlacka, Louisville, 2000 (31 of 31) Robert Lee, East Carolina, 2003-05 (30 of 30) Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2005-08 (154 of 155) Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1996-98 (128 of 129) Michael Torres, UCF, 2006-07 (75 of 76) Thomas Morstead, SMU, 2005-08 (106 of 108) Eric Richards, Cincinnati, 1996-97 (52 of 53) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-09 (117 of 119) Michael Barbour, East Carolina, 2010-11 (95 of 97) Nick Browne, TCU, 2001-03 (104 of 107) Nate Smith, Louisville, 2000-03 (143 of 147)

KICKING
92 91 88 83 79 78 74 72 71 71 67 67 66 66 66

PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

TOUCHDOWN CATCHES

PUNTING
280 251 237 235 235 229 223 222 220 214 213 199 190 186 182

MOST PUNTS

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
CAREER
*7,796 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 7,573 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05 7,490 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 6,993 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 6,505 Mewelde Moore, Tulane, 2000-03 6,380 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 6,253 Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2006-09 5,817 Ketric Sanford, Houston, 1996-99 5,503 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 5,261 Matt Forte, Tulane, 2004-07 5,123 Kevin Smith, UCF, 2005-07 4,937 Darius Marshall, Marshall, 2007-09 4,915 Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1997-00 4,784 Zach Line, SMU, 2009-12 4,596 Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 2006-09 *NCAA Record

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE


83.3 83.1 82.9 82.1 82.0 80.0 79.1 78.9 78.7 78.5 78.3 78.1 77.5 77.1 77.0

Ty Long, UAB, 2011-12 (30 of 36) Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-12 (59 of 71) Ryan White, Memphis, 1998-99 (29 of 35) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2003-06 (64 of 78) Cairo Santos, Tulane, 2010-12 (45 of 55) Michael Barbour, East Carolina, 2010-11 (28 of 35) Reagan Schneider, UTEP, 2005-06 (34 of 43) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2009-10 (30 of 38) Jose Martinez, UTEP, 2007-08 (37 of 47) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1999-02 (62 of 79) Nick Browne, TCU, 2001-03 (65 of 83) Swayze Waters, UAB, 2005-08 (50 of 64) Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa, 2008-11 (45 of 58) Michael Torres, UCF, 2005-07 (37 of 48) Nick Hayes, UAB, 2001-04 (57 of 74)

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED


238 201 169 165 155 147 146 144 143 136 135 134 129 129 123

SCORING
369 362 360 333 316 300 299 299 289 288 288 287 282 278 278

MOST POINTS

Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2002-05 (70 FG, 159 PAT) DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05 (60 TD, 1 2PT) Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005-08 (60 TD) Seth Marler, Tulane, 1999-02 (66 FG, 135 PAT) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1999-02 (62 FG, 129 PAT) Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-11 (39 FG, 183 PAT) Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa, 2008-11 (45 FG, 164 PAT) Nick Browne, TCU, 2001-03 (65 FG, 104 PAT) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2008-11 (53 FG, 130 PAT) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-09 (57 FG, 117 PAT) Nick Hayes, UAB, 2001-04 (57 FG, 117 PAT) Kevin Miller, East Carolina, 1999-02 (52 FG, 131 PAT) Zach Line, SMU, 2009-12 (47 TD) Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2006-09 (46 TD, 1 2PT) Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2006-08 (28 FG, 194 PAT)

Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-12 (228 made) Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2005-08 (194 made) Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa, 2008-11 (164 made) Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2002-05 (159 made) Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2006-08 (154 made) Nate Smith, Louisville, 2000-03 (143 made) Ben Bell, Houston, 2005-09 (139 made) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2003-06 (138 made) Seth Marler, Tulane, 1998-02 (135 made) Kevin Miller, East Carolina, 1999-02 (131 made) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (130 made) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1999-02 (129 made) Matt Reagan, Memphis, 2006-09 (122 made) Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1996-98 (128 made) Chris Boswell, Rice, 2010-12 (117 made)

Kase Whitehead, Marshall, 2008-11 (11,080 yards for 39.5 avg.) Blake Clingan, UCF, 2007-10 (10,017 yards for 39.9 avg.) Ryan Dougherty, East Carolina, 2003-06 (10,112 yards for 42.7 avg.) Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 2010-12 (10,015 yards for 42.6 avg.) Parker Mullins, UAB, 2003-06 (9,434 yards for 40.1 avg.) Kyle Martens, Rice,, 2008-11 (9,841 yards for 43.0 avg.) Mark Haulman, Southern Miss, 1999-02 (9,308 yards for 41.7 avg.) Chris Beckman, Tulane, 2003-06 (9,421 yards for 42.4 avg.) Matt Dodge, East Carolina, 2007-09 (9,583 yards for 43.6 avg.) Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati, 1998-01 (9,008 yards for 42.1 avg.) Peter Boehme, Southern Miss, 2009-12 (8,535 yards for 40.1 avg.) Luke Johnson, Southern Miss, 2003-05 (8,503 yards for 42.7 avg.) Ross Stewart, UAB, 1999-02 (7,900 yards for 41.6 avg.) Jeremy Borseth, Louisville, 1996-98 (7,454 yards for 40.1 avg.) Jimmy McClary, Houston, 2001-03 (7,208 yards for 39.6 avg.) Kase Whitehead, Marshall, 2008-11 (280 for 39.5 avg.) Ryan Dougherty, East Carolina, 2003-06 (237 for 42.7 avg.) Blake Clingan, UCF, 2007-10 (251 for 39.9 avg.) Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 2010-12 (235 for 42.6 avg.) Kyle Martens, Rice, 2008-11 (229 for 43.0 avg.) Matt Dodge, East Carolina, 2007-09 (220 for 43.6 avg.) Parker Mullins, UAB, 2003-06 (235 for 40.1 avg.) Chris Beckman, Tulane, 2003-06 (222 for 42.4 avg.) Mark Haulman, Southern Miss, 1999-02 (223 for 41.7 avg.) Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati, 1998-00 (214 for 42.1 avg.) Peter Boehme, Southern Miss, 2009-12 (213 for 40.7 avg.) Luke Johnson, Southern Miss, 2003-05 (199 for 42.7 avg.) Ross Stewart, UAB, 1999-02 (190 for 41.6 avg.) Andrew Bayes, East Carolina, 1997-99 (176 for 44.4 avg.) Casey Roussel, Tulane, 1999-01 (178 for 43.8 avg.)

YARDS PUNTED
11,080 10,112 10,017 10,015 9,841 9,583 9,434 9,421 9,308 9,008 8,535 8,503 7,900 7,822 7,792

PAT KICKS MADE


228 194 164 159 154 143 139 138

MOST TOUCHDOWNS
60 60 47 46

Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005-08 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05 Zach Line, SMU, 2009-12 Bryce Beall, Houston, 2008-11

Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-12 (238 att.) Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2005-08 (201 att.) Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa, 2008-11 (169 att.) Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2002-05 (165 att.) Clark Fangmeier, Rice, 2006-08 (155 att.) Nate Smith, Louisville, 2000-03 (147 att.) Ben Bell, Houston, 2005-09 (146 att.) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2003-06 (144 att.)

RECORDS

*60 Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005-08 44 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 35 Roydell Williams, Tulane, 2001-04 33 Ibn Green, Louisville, 1996-99 31 JaJuan Dawson, Tulane, 1996-98 31 Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1997-00 30 Kris Adams, UTEP, 2007-10 30 Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss, 1996-99 34 Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 2006-09 28 Charles Clay, Tulsa, 2007-10 27 Trae Johnson, Tulsa, 2007-10 27 Corey White, UAB, 2003-06 26 Je Moturi, UTEP, 2006-09 26 Vincent Marshall, Houston, 2003-06 26 Roddy White, UAB, 2001-04 24 Aaron Dobson, Marshall, 2009-12 24 DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss, 2008-10 24 Brandon Middleton, Houston, 1999-03 24 Adrian Burnette, Tulane, 1997-00 *NCAA Record

Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2002-05 (70 made) Seth Marler, Tulane, 1999-02 (66 made) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-09 (57 made) Nick Browne, TCU, 2001-03 (65 made) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1999-02 (62 made) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2003-06 (64 made) Nick Hayes, UAB, 2001-04 (57 made) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (53 made) Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-12 (59 made) Kevin Miller, East Carolina, 1998-02 (52 made) Chris Boswell, Rice, 2010-12 (51 made) Ryan White, Memphis, 1998-01 (49 made) Ross Thevenot, Tulane, 2006-09 (40 made) Matt Reagan, Memphis, 2006-09 (46 made) Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1996-98 (48 made)

POINTS SCORED BY KICKING


405 369 333 316 304 299 299 289 288 288 287 278 275 270 260

FIELD GOALS MADE


70 66 65 64 62 59 57 57 53 52 51 50 49 48 46

Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2002-05 (92 att.) Seth Marler, Tulane, 1999-02 (91 att.) Nick Browne, TCU, 2001-03 (83 att.) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2003-06 (78 att.) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1998-02 (79 att.) Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-12 (71 att.) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-09 (88 att.) Nick Hayes, UAB, 2001-04 (74 att.) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (72 att.) Kevin Miller, East Carolina, 1998-02 (71 att.) Chris Boswell, Rice, 2010-12 (67 att.) Swayze Waters, UAB, 2005-08 (64 att.) Ryan White, Memphis, 1998-01 (67 att.) Brad Palazzo, Tulane, 1996-98 (66 att.) Matt Reagan, Memphis, 2006-09 (66 att.)

Matt Hogan, Houston, 2009-12 (59 FG, 228 PAT) Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis, 2002-05 (70 FG, 159 PAT) Seth Marler, Tulane, 1999-02 (66 FG, 135 PAT) Jonathan Run, Cincinnati, 1999-02 (62 FG, 129 PAT) Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss, 2003-06 (64 FG, 138 PAT) Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa, 2008-11 (45 FG, 164 PAT) Nick Browne, TCU, 2001-03 (65 FG, 104 PAT) Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (53 FG, 130 PAT) Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 2006-09 (57 FG, 117 PAT) Nick Hayes, UAB, 2001-04 (57 FG, 117 PAT) Kevin Miller, East Carolina, 1999-02 (52 FG, 131 PAT) Jarod Tracy, Tulsa, 2006-08 (28 FG, 194 PAT) Nate Smith, Louisville, 2000-03 (44 FG, 143 PAT) Chris Boswell, Rice, 2010-12 (51 FG, 117 PAT) Matt Reagan, Memphis, 2006-09 (46 FG, 122 PAT)

93

PUNTING AVERAGE
44.8 44.4 44.1 44.0 43.8 43.7 43.6 43.5 43.4 43.0 43.0 42.9 42.8 42.7 42.7

Hunter Mullins, UAB, 2012 (50 for 2,239) Andrew Bayes, East Carolina, 1997-99 (176 for 7,822) Graham White, Army, 1998-99 (109 for 4,812) Michael Gibson, Memphis, 2005-06 (101 for 4,444) Casey Roussel, Tulane, 1999-01 (178 for 7,792) Jared Preston, East Carolina, 2001-02 (118 for 5,153) Matt Dodge, East Carolina, 2007-09 (220 for 9,583) Chase Turner, Houston, 2007-09 (129 for 5,617) Thomas Morstead, SMU, 2006-08 (166 for 7,201) Richie Leone, Houston, 2010-12 (146 for 6,282) Kyle Martens, Rice, 2008-11 (229 for 9,841) Seth Marler, Tulane, 1999-02 (72 for 3,090) Trent Tignor, East Carolina, 2012 (65 for 2,779) Ryan Dougherty, East Carolina, 2003-06 (237 for 10,112) Luke Johnson, Southern Miss, 2003-05 (199 for 8,503)

112 103 102 96 91 90 90 89 88 84 83

Michael Grandberry, Memphis, 2005-08 (2,401 yards) Zek Parker, Louisville, 1998-01 (2,558 yards) Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 (2,374 yards) Frantrell Forrest, UAB, 2007-10 (2,076 yards) Broderick Clark, Louisville, 2002-04 (2,111 yards) Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-12 (2,501 yards) Jason Southall, UAB, 2001-04 (2,092 yards) William White, Army, 2000-03 (2,035 yards) John Eubanks, Southern Miss, 2002-05 (2,321 yards) Fred Smith, Tulane, 2003-04, 06-07 (1,727 yards) Omari Thompson, Army, 1998-01 (1,827 yards)

227 222 206 191 184 183 183 180 177

Anthony Floyd, Louisville, 1999-02 (18 int.) Van Eskridge, East Carolina, 2006-09 (11 int.) Dexter McCoil, Tulsa, 2009-11 (13 int.) Bud Herring, Louisville, 1997-99 (6 int.) Josh Robinson, UCF, 2009-11 (10 int.) Rashad Jackson, Marshall, 2009-11 (7 int.) Loyce Means, Houston, 2007-10 (6 int.) A.J. Bouye, UCF, 2009-12 (6 int.) Blue Adams, Cincinnati, 1998, 00-02 (12 int.)

INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED FOR TDS


4 3 3 3 2 Leo Barnes, Southern Miss, 1997-00 D.J. Hayden, Houston, 2011-12 Deron Wilson, Southern Miss, 2010-11 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati, 1997-99 25 tied with

YARDS RETURNED

PUNT RETURNS
MOST RETURNS
100 96 81 78 76 74 69 68 68 57 55 53 51 50 Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1997-00 (972 yards) Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 (1,304 yards) John Wilson, Tulane, 1997-00 (701 yards) Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-12 (847 yards) Ryan Johnson, Memphis, 1999-01 (784 yards) Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (816 yards) Marvin Young, Southern Miss, 2001-04 (874 yards) Darron White, Memphis, 2001-04 (648 yards) Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997-99 (804 yards) Terrance Copper, East Carolina, 2000-03 (522 yards) Fred Smith, Tulane, 2003-04, 06-07 (563 yards) Keith Stokes, East Carolina, 1999-00 (820 yards) Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 (479 yards) Cory Rodgers, TCU, 2003-04 (535 yards)

*3,517 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 (141 returns) 3,417 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 (134 returns) 2,945 Jessie Henderson, SMU, 2005-08 (122 returns) 2,715 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 (115 returns) 2,558 Zek Parker, Louisville, 1998-01 (103 returns) 2,501 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-12 (90 returns) 2,401 Michael Grandberry, Memphis, 2005-08 (112 returns) 2,374 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 (102 returns) 2,321 John Eubanks, Southern Miss, 2002-05 (88 returns) 2,111 Broderick Clark, Louisville, 2002-04 (91 returns) 2,092 Jason Southall, UAB, 2001-04 (90 returns) 2,076 Frantrell Forrest, UAB, 2007-10 (96 returns) 2,035 William White, Army, 2000-03 (89 returns) 1,919 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-11 (73 returns) 1,832 Darius Marshall, Marshall, 2007-09 (71 returns) 1,827 Omari Thompson, Army, 1998-01 (83 returns) *NCAA Record

TACKLES
526 510 460 437 423 420 417 415 406 405 400 383 378 372 372

YARDS PER RETURN


29.4 27.8 27.6 26.4 26.3 25.8 25.5 25.1 24.0 24.8 24.1 24.1 24.0 23.6 23.6

YARDS RETURNED
1,304 972 874 847 820 816 804 784 701 648 597 571 563 535 522 517

94

Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 (96 returns) Arnold Jackson, Louisville, 1997-00 (100 returns) Marvin Young, Southern Miss, 2001-04 (69 returns) Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-12 (78 returns) Keith Stokes, East Carolina, 1999-00 (53 returns) Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (74 returns) Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997-99 (68 returns) Ryan Johnson, Memphis, 1999-01 (76 returns) John Wilson, Tulane, 1997-00 (81 returns) Darron White, Memphis, 2001-04 (68 returns) Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2000-02 (48 returns) Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 (47 returns) Fred Smith, 2003-04, 06-07 (55 returns) Cory Rodgers, TCU, 2003-04 (50 returns) Terrance Copper, East Carolina, 2000-03 (57 returns) Travis Williams, East Carolina, 2004-07 (39 returns)

RECORDS

Vernon Frazier, UTEP, 2007-11 (36 for 1,059) Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-12 (90 for 2,501) Marlon McClure, UTEP, 2009-10 (57 for 1,571) John Eubanks, Southern Miss, 2002-05 (60 for 1,643) Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-11 (73 for 1,919) Darius Marshall, Marshall, 2007-09 (71 for 1,832) Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 (134 for 3,417) Ketric Sanford, Houston, 1996-99 (68 for 1,705) Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 (141 for 3,517) Zek Parker, Louisville, 1998-01 (103 for 2,558) Jessie Henderson, SMU, 2005-08 (122 for 2,945) Ricky Wilson, Houston, 2003-05 (41 for 990) Freddie Parham, Southern Miss, 2008-09 (66 for 1,581) Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 (115 for 2,715) Sean Lucas, Tulane, 2003-06 (12 for 283)

Rod Davis, Southern Miss, 2000-03 Marcus McGraw, Houston, 2008-11 Pernell Grin, East Carolina, 1998-01 Anthony Cannon, Tulane, 2002-05 Michael Boley, Southern Miss, 2001-04 Mario Harvey, Marshall, 2007-10 Kamal Shakir, Memphis, 1997-00 Chris Moore, East Carolina, 2002-05 Marvin Burdette, UAB, 2009-12 Hanik Milligan, Houston, 2000-02 Taylor Reed, SMU, 2009-12 T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss, 1996-99 Phillip Steward, Houston, 2009-12 Zac Woodn, UAB, 2001-04 Je Kerr, East Carolina, 1997-99

TACKLES FOR LOSS


61 60.5 59.5 57.5 57 56.5 56 56 56 55 54 54 53.5 50 49.5

KICKOFF RETURN TDS

YARDS PER RETURN


15.5 15.4 14.7 13.6 13.2 12.7 12.4 12.1 11.8 11.1 11.0 11.0 10.9 10.7 10.6 10.2

Keith Stokes, East Carolina, 1999-00 (53 for 820) Damien Dorsey, Louisville, 1999-02 (33 for 508) Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 (30 for 441) Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 (96-for-1,304) Travis Williams, East Carolina, 2004-06 (39 for 517) Marvin Young, Southern Miss, 2001-04 (69 for 874) Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2000-02 (48 for 597) Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 (47 for 571) Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997-99 (68 for 804) Kenneth Johnson, Southern Miss, 2000-01 (37 for 410) Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-11 (74 for 816) Willie Quinnie, UAB, 2001-02 (42 for 462) Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-12 (78 for 847) Cory Rodgers, TCU, 2003-04 (50 for 535) Marcellus Harris, East Carolina, 1997-99 (38 for 404) Fred Smith, Tulane, 2003-04, 06-07 (55 for 563)

*7 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 6 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-12 3 Quincy McDue, UCF, 2009-11 3 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2007-10 3 Zek Parker, Louisville, 1998-99 2 Trey Watts, Tulsa, 2010-12 2 Marlon McClure, UTEP, 2009-10 2 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 2 Frantrell Forrest, UAB, 2007-10 2 Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 2 Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 2 Jessie Henderson, SMU, 2005-08 2 John Eubanks, Southern Miss, 2002-04 2 Broderick Clark, Louisville, 2002-03 1 37 tied with *NCAA Record

Chris Moore, East Carolina, 2003-05 Rod Davis, Southern Miss, 2000-03 Michael Boley, Southern Miss, 2001-04 Bruce Miller, UCF, 2007-10 Wayne Rogers, Houston, 1997-00 Sammy Brown, Houston, 2010-11 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati, 1999-02 Bryan Thomas, UAB, 1998-01 Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss, 1996-99 LaMarcus McDonald, TCU, 2001-02 Dewayne White, Louisville, 2000-02 T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss, 1996-99 Cordarro Law, Southern Miss, 2008-11 Phillip Steward, Houston, 2009-12 Phillip Hunt, Houston, 2005-08

SACKS
37.5 35.5 34.5 34 31 30 28 28 28 27 27 26.5 26 24.5 24

DEFENSE
18 18 16 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

INTERCEPTIONS

Dewayne White, Louisville, 2000-02 Bruce Miller, UCF, 2007-10 Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss, 1996-99 Phillip Hunt, Houston, 2005-08 Michael Josiah, Louisville, 1999-01 Bryan Thomas, UAB, 1999-01 Cordarro Law, Southern Miss, 2008-11 Michael Boley, Southern Miss, 2001-04 Roderick Coleman, East Carolina, 1997-98 C.J. Wilson, East Carolina, 2006-09 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati, 1999-02 Vinny Curry, Marshall, 2008-11 Cedric Scott, Southern Miss, 1997-00 Bo Schobel, TCU, 2001-03 Scott Solomon, Rice, 2008-11

PUNT RETURN TDS


4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

Tinker Keck, Cincinnati, 1997-99 Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-12 Patrick Edwards, Houston, 2008-11 Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss, 2009-11 Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP, 2005-06 Aris Comeaux, Army, 1999-02 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2000-02 Keith Stokes, East Carolina, 1999-00 Omari Thompson, Army, 1998-01 31 tied with

Dexter McCoil, Tulsa, 2009-12 (224 yards) Anthony Floyd, Louisville, 1999-02 (227 yards) Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 (262 yards) Kevin Sanders, UAB, 2005-08 (105 yards) Quentin Demps, UTEP, 2005-07 (331 yards) Share Rashad, UCF, 2005-08 (168 yards) Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2000-02 (227 yards) Rashad Holman, Louisville, 1997-00 (99 yards) Eddie Hicks, Southern Miss, 2006-09 (175 yards) Will Gulley, Houston, 2002-06 (147 yards) Glenn Sumter, Memphis, 1999-01 (144 yards) Justin Wilson, Southern Miss, 2007-10 (35 yards) Johnell Neal, UCF, 2005-08 (247 yards) Brandon Sumrall, Southern Miss, 2004-07 (145 yards) Blue Adams, Cincinnati, 1998, 00-02 (177 yards)

KICKOFF RETURNS
MOST RETURNS
141 134 122 115 Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008-11 (3,517 yards) Damaris Johnson, Tulsa, 2008-10 (3,417 yards) Jessie Henderson, SMU, 2005-08 (2,945 yards) Chris Johnson, East Carolina, 2004-07 (2,715 yards)

INT YARDS RETURNED


331 262 254 247 227

Quintin Demps, UTEP, 2005-07 (15 int.) Joe Burnett, UCF, 2005-08 (16 int.) Leo Barnes, Southern Miss, 1997-00 (11 int.) Johnell Neal, UCF, 2005-07 (12 int.) Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane, 2000-02 (14 int.)

MIscELLaNEOus REcORDs
EAST vs. WEST
2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 13 12 11 13 12 12 19 15 West 10, East 9 West 11, East 8 East 10, West 9 East 13, West 6 West 10, East 9 East 14, West 5 West 13, East 6 East 12, West 7 Houston, 2011 Southern Miss, 2011 Tulane, 1998 Tulsa, 2012 UCF, 2010 Tulsa, 2008 Louisville, 2004 TCU, 2003 Louisville, 2001 Army, 2003 Southern Miss, 2012 seven tied with 10 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis DeAngelo Williams, Memphis DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Matt Forte, Tulane Zach Line, SMU Joe Webb, UAB Donald Buckram, UTEP Anthony Alridge, Houston Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Jorey Reynolds, Houston nine tied with DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Kevin Smith, UCF Mewelde Moore, Tulane Zach Line, SMU Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Matt Forte, Tulane Zach Line, SMU Tarrion Adams, Tulsa Jorey Reynolds, Houston Ketric Sanford, Houston 2005 2004 2003 2007 2011 2009 2009 2007 2007 2002 2002-04 2005-07 2000-03 2009-12 2006-08 2004-07 2010-11 2005-08 1999-02 1996-99

MOST WINS IN A SEASON

CAREER
34 22 22 20 20 16 15 15 15 14

MOST LOSSES IN A SEASON

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES


SEASON
8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 Patrick Edwards, Houston Roddy White, UAB Brandon Middleton, Houston Ryan Grant, Tulane Aldrick Robinson, SMU James Casey, Rice Arnold Jackson, Louisville Emmanuel Sanders, SMU Damaris Johnson, Tulsa Donnie Avery, Houston Jarett Dillard, Rice Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP Garrett Mills, Tulsa Brandon Marshall, UCF Vincent Marshall, Houston J.R. Russell, Louisville Adrian Burnette, Tulane JaJuan Dawson, Tulane P.J. Franklin, Tulane Patrick Edwards, Houston Emmanuel Sanders, SMU Jarett Dillard, Rice Arnold Jackson, Louisville JaJuan Dawson, Tulane Aldrick Robinson, SMU Roddy White, UAB Brandon Middleton, Houston Vincent Marshall, Houston Roydell Williams, Tulane Adrian Burnette, Tulane Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss Case Keenum, Houston Case Keenum, Houston Case Keenum, Houston Paul Smith, Tulsa Rakeem Cato, Marshall Chase Clement, Rice David Johnson, Tulsa Chris Redman, Louisville Dominique Davis, East Carolina Kyle Padron, SMU Kevin Kolb, Houston G.J. Kinne, Tulsa Chris Redman, Louisville Jordan Palmer, UTEP Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati Jordan Palmer, UTEP Austin Davis, Southern Miss Patrick Ramsey, Tulane Chase Clement, Rice Blake Bortles, UCF 2011 2004 2003 2012 2010 2008 1998 2009 2009 2007 2006 2006 2005 2005 2004 2003 2000 1999 1998 2008-11 2006-09 2005-08 1997-99 1996-99 2007-10 2001-04 1999-03 2003-05 2000-04 1997-00 1996-99 2009 2011 2008 2007 2012 2008 2008 1998 2010 2010 2006 2010 1999 2006 2002 2005 2011 1999 2007 2012

LONGEST OVERALL WINNING STREAK

Tulane (Nov. 22, 1997-Sep. 6, 1999) Houston (Sept. 3, 2011-Nov. 26, 2011) TCU (Nov. 30, 2002-Nov. 20, 2003) Army (Nov. 23, 2002-Oct. 9, 2004) Houston (Oct. 28, 2000-Aug. 31, 2002) Southern Miss (Oct. 10, 1998-Nov. 4, 2000) Southern Miss (Nov. 30, 2002-Nov. 6, 2004) SMU (Nov. 25, 2006-Sept. 12, 2009) Houston (Oct. 28, 2000-Oct. 19, 2002) Houston (5-7 in 2010; 13-1 in 2011) UCF (0-11 in 2004; 8-5 in 2005) SMU (1-11 in 2008; 8-5 in 2009) Rice (3-9 in 2007; 10-3 in 2008) Louisville (1-10 in 1997; 7-5 in 1998) USM-ECU (Southern Miss 27, East Carolina 11) Tulsa over Tulane (dating to 2005) Southern Miss over Tulane (dating to 2002) East Carolina over UAB (dating to 2007)

LONGEST OVERALL LOSING STREAK

LONGEST C-USA GAMES WINNING STREAK


14 13 17 14

LONGEST C-USA GAMES LOSING STREAK MOST IMPROVED WON-LOST RECORD


7 7 6.5 6.5 6 38 8 6 6

CAREER
17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 2007 2009 2008 2010 2008 1998 2007-09 1996-99 2003-06 1998-01 2005-07 2001-03 2010-11 2005-08 2001-04

MOST PLAYED SERIES

LONGEST CURRENT SERIES WIN STREAK

300-YARD PASSING GAMES


SEASON
14 14 12 12 8 8 8 Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 Paul Smith, Tulsa Case Keenum, Houston` Case Keenum, Houston Dominique Davis, East Carolina Chase Clement, Rice Chris Redman, Louisville Case Keenum, Houston Chris Redman, Louisville Kevin Kolb, Houston Patrick Ramsey, Tulane Paul Smith, Tulsa Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati Dominique Davis, East Carolina Chase Clement, Rice Danny Wimprine, Memphis

3,000-YARD PASSERS
5,671 5,631 5,241 5,065 4,201 4,119 4,059 4,042 3,967 3,828 3,809 3,650 3,647 3,585 3,543 3,503 3,496 3,410 3,377 3,344

CAREER
39 23 17 16 15 15 13 13 13

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES


SEASON
11 Kevin Smith, UCF 2007

RECORDS

95

3,308 3,278 3,274 3,258 3,225 3,220 3,190 3,182 3,180 3,174 3,149 3,145 3,131 3,128 3,119 3,103 3,101 3,090 2,567 2,127 1,964 1,948 1,545 1,597 1,594 1,586 1,523 1,523 1,494 1,432 1,430 1,427 1,423 1.421 1,388 1,357 1,361 1,313 1,289 1,278 1,269 1,247 1,245 1,239 1,239 1,225 1,224 1,223 1,199 1,194 1,188 1,180 1,180 1,178 1,166 1,157 1,149 1,138 1,134 1,131 1,128 1,109 1,108 1,107 1,106 1,096

Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP Garrett Gilbert, SMU Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP Kevin Kolb, Houston Dominique Davis, East Carolina Martin Hankins, Memphis Shane Carden, East Carolina J.J. McDermott, SMU Darrell Hackney, UAB Danny Wimprine, Memphis Bernard Morris, Marshall Stefan LeFors, Louisville Kevin Kolb, Houston Austin Davis, Southern Miss David Piland, Houston Austin Davis, Southern Miss Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP G.J. Kinne, Tulsa Kevin Smith, UCF Matt Forte, Tulane DeAngelo Williams, Memphis DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Jorey Reynolds, Houston Anthony Alridge, Houston Donald Buckram, UTEP Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Tarrion Adams, Tulsa Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall Zach Line, SMU Leonard Henry, East Carolina DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Joe Webb, UAB Chris Johnson, East Carolina Mewelde Moore, Tulane Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Andre Hall, USF DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Frank Moreau, Louisville Zach Line, SMU Carlton Jones, Army Bryce Beall, Houston Robert Cooper, Cincinnati Curtis Steele, Memphis Antowain Smith, Houston Tarrion Adams, Tulsa Zach Line, SMU Curtis Steele, Memphis Ketric Sanford, Houston Derrick Nix, Southern Miss Shawnbrey McNeal, SMU Dominique Lindsay, East Carolina Derrick Nix, Southern Miss Kevin Smith, UCF Marcus Thomas, UTEP Michael Wallace, Army Anthony Evans, Houston Mewelde Moore, Tulane Leroy Collins, Louisville Darius Marshall, Marshall Marvin Townes, East Carolina Brynn Harvey, UCF Trey Watts, Tulsa Robert Merrill, TCU Latavius Murray, UCF Quentin Smith, Rice

2009 2012 2008 2005 2011 2007 2012 2011 2005 2003 2007 2003 2003 2008 2012 2010 2007 2011 2007 2007 2005 2004 2002 2007 2009 2007 2008 2006 2010 2001 2003 2009 2007 2001 2006 2004 2002 2008 1999 2012 2004 2008 1999 2009 1996 2007 2011 2008 1999 2002 2009 2009 1998 2005 2007 2000 2003 2002 1998 2009 2003 2009 2012 2003 2012 2006

1,095 1,059 1,054 1,054 1,049 1,045 1,037 1,037 1,029 1,029 1,021 1,016 1,015 1,012 1,752 1,456 1,452 1,339 1,329 1,319 1,310 1,301 1,250 1,247 1,244 1,235 1,229 1,214 1,213 1,209 1,195 1,188 1,186 1,178 1,175 1,174 1,149 1,138 1,131 1,123 1,117 1,116 1,114 1,113 1,112 1,105 1,100 1,095 1,088 1,075 1,070 1,060 1,057 1,047 1,040 1,036 1,029 1,028 1,026 1,024 1,024 1,021 1,016 1,012 1,008 1,006

Darius Marshall, Memphis Gerard Arnold, Memphis Derrick Nix, Southern Miss Ketric Sanford, Houston Vintavious Cooper, East Carolina Harold Shaw, Southern Miss Darrin Reaves, UAB Ryan Gilbert, Houston Art Brown, East Carolina Lonta Hobbs, TCU Joe Webb, UAB Andre Anderson, Tulane Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Richard Hall, Cincinnati Patrick Edwards, Houston Donnie Avery, Houston Roddy White, UAB Emmanuel Sanders, SMU James Casey, Rice Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP Jarett Dillard, Rice Aldrick Robinson, SMU Brandon Middleton, Houston Jarett Dillard, Rice Brennan Marion, Tulsa Garrett Mills, Tulsa Justin Johnson, Houston James Cleveland, Houston J.R. Russell, Louisville Arnold Jackson, Louisville Brandon Marshall, UCF Deion Branch, Louisville Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss Mike Walker, UCF Arnold Jackson, Louisville P.J. Franklin, Tulane Ryan Grant, Tulane Tommy Shuler, Marshall Damaris Johnson, Tulsa Dwayne Harris, East Carolina DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss Lance Lewis, East Carolina Jon Olinger, Cincinnati Jeremy Williams, Tulane Brennan Marion, Tulsa Justin Hardy, East Carolina Patrick Edwards, Houston Adrian Burnette, Tulane Trae Johnson, Tulsa Adrian Burnette, Tulane Kris Adams, UTEP Cole Beasley, SMU Jarett Dillard, Rice Aldrick Robinson, SMU Vincent Marshall, Houston JaJuan Dawson, Tulane Tyron Carrier, Houston Hannibal Thomas, Cincinnati Tyron Carrier, Houston Charles Clay, Tulsa Aundrae Allison, East Carolina Patrick Edwards, Houston Deion Branch, Louisville Reggie Harrell, TCU Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss Roydell Williams, Tulane

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2012 Tulsa (received votes in AP, 25 USA Today Coaches) UCF (received votes in both polls) 2011 Houston (18 AP, 14 USA Today Coaches) Southern Miss (20 AP, 19 USA Today Coaches) 2010 UCF (21 AP, 20 ESPN/USA Today Tulsa (24 AP)

2009 East Carolina (received votes in Coaches Poll) Houston (received votes in Coaches Poll) SMU (received votes in Coaches Poll) 2008 Tulsa (received votes in both polls) Rice (received votes in both polls) Houston (received votes in Coaches Poll) 2007 Tulsa (received votes in both polls) UCF (received votes in Coaches Poll)

2006 Houston (received votes in Coaches Poll) 2005 Tulsa (received votes in both polls) 2004 Louisville (6 AP, 7 ESPN/USA Today) 2003 TCU (25 AP, 24 ESPN/USA Today) 2002 TCU (23 AP, 22 ESPN/USA Today) 2001 Louisville (17 AP, 16 ESPN/USA Today)

2000 Louisville, Southern Miss, East Carolina (received votes in both polls) 1999 Southern Miss (14 AP, 13 ESPN/USA Today) East Carolina (received votes in both polls) 1998 Tulane (7 AP, 7 ESPN/USA Today) 1997 Southern Miss (19 AP, 19 ESPN/USA Today)

TULSA 33, UCF 27 (ot) MVP: Trey Watts, Tulsa

2012 - TuLsa, Okla.

(H.A. Chapman Stadium)

Alex Singleton ran for 100 yards and plunged over the top for a one-yard score in overtime to lift Tulsa to a 33-27 victory over UCF on Saturday in the Conference USA championship game. Tulsa won the C-USA championship for the rst time since 2005 and is o to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. Singleton came up with just the second 100-yard game of his career, breaking the school record for touchdowns in the process. He also had a 7-yard score in the second quarter to break Tarrion Adams mark with his 40th overall touchdown and 39 on the ground. After Cory Dorris blocked Shawn Motts 38-yardeldgoalonCentralFloridaspossession to start overtime, Tulsa (10-3) kept the ball on the ground on ve straight plays. Singleton was initially given a touchdown on secondand-goal, but ocials ruled on replay that he was down inside the 1. That was no problem for the burly back whose specialty is short yardage. UCF quarterback Blake Bortles accounted for three touchdowns for UCF (9-4). The Golden Hurricane tied it at 27 with 5:06 remaining when Trey Watts picked up a punt that had been batted forward by UCFs Kemal Ishmael and raced 54 yards up the Tulsa sideline for a touchdown. A.J. Bouye blocked Daniel Schwarzs extra-point attempt to preserve the tie. Tulsa limited Latavius Murray to short gains and then forced an incomplete pass by

Bortles in overtime, leading to Motts eld goal try. The Golden Hurricane dumped a cooler on coach Bill Blankenship after what looked like the game-winning touchdown, but got to celebrate again after Singletons second score. Oensive lineman Jared Grigg zoomed around the eld to hold up a Conference USA champions sign to the crowd, and the team mobbed near mideld to accept a bid to the Liberty Bowl. UCF will play in the Beef `O Bradys Bowl in St. Petersburg, Fla. It was the third time the teams have met in the Conference USA championship game since 2005. Tulsa won it in `05, with the Golden Knights taking the crown in `07. The Golden Hurricane took the rubber match by winning the second meeting between the teams at H.A. Chapman Stadium in three weeks. Watts, the son of ex-Oklahoma quarterback and congressman J.C. Watts, had 134 yards rushing. Cody Green threw for 153 yards, with just 41 after halftime as the Golden Hurricane relied on their ground game to produce its ninth 200-yard performance of the season. Bortles threw for 194 yards and a pair of 8-yard touchdown passes to Breshad Perriman and Quincy McDue. He also ran for 60 yards and another score. Murray became the rst player in UCF history to rush for touchdowns in eight straight games in a single season, scoring on

a 2-yard TD run to cut Tulsas lead to 21-20. The extra point was blocked by Trent Martin, but Bortles 28-yard scramble put the Golden Knights up 27-21 late in the third quarter. UCF then had back-to-back three-and-outs before Watts tied it with his return.

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Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter TLS Thomas Roberson 20 yd pass from Cody Green (Daniel Schwarz kick), 9:28 2nd quarter UCF Breshad Perriman 8 yd pass from Blake Bortles (Shawn Mott kick), 14:13 UCF Quincy McDue 8 yd pass from Blake Bortles (Shawn Mott kick),4:53 TLS Alex Singleton 7 yd run (Daniel Schwarz kick), 2:35 TLS JaTerian Douglas 2 yd run (Daniel Schwarz kick), 0:00 3rd Quarter UCF Latavius Murray 2 yd run (Shawn Mott kick blocked) 4:23 UCF Blake Bortles 28 yd run (Shawn Mott kick), 2:19 4th Quarter TLS Trey Watts 54 yd punt return (Daniel Schwarz kick blocked) 5:06 Overtime TLS Alex Singleton 1 yd run 0:00 Individual Leaders Rushing: UCF Latavius Murray (21-71); TLS Trey Watts (25-134) Passing: UCF Blake Bortles (14-32-0-2, 194 yards); TLS Cody Green (14-25-1-1, 153 yards) Receiving: UCF Breshad Perriman (3-65); TLS Thomas Roberson (4-68) Tackles: UCF Kemal Ishmael (8-6-14); TLS Dexter McCoil (5-6-11)

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Tulsa captured its second C-USA Football title, defeating UCF in the rst overtime game in C-USA Championship Game history.

Trey Watts was named MVP after nishing with 134 rushing yards, 221 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns.

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Southern Miss celebrates its rst C-USA Championship Game victory and the schools fth C-USA Football title.

Tracey Lampley was named Most Valuable Player after posting 240 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. than a minute remaining in the third quarter. Each team would add another touchdown in the nal quarter to render the nal score of 49-28. The victory gave Southern Miss its rst C-USA football championship since 2003. The Golden Eagles have won ve C-USA titles, more than any other school.

2011 - HOUSTON, Texas


SOUTHERN MISS 49, HOUSTON 28 MVP: Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss
No. 23 Southern Miss claimed its rst Conference USA Football Championship Game victory with a 49-28 win at No. 6 Houston. Golden Eagles wide receiver Tracey Lampley was named the games Most Valuable Player after posting 240 all-purpose yards and two touchdown catches. Southern Miss (11-2, 6-2 C-USA) scored the games rst 14 points and would never trail en route to posting a C-USA Championship Game record 49 points and seven touchdowns. What began as a defensive battle that included ve punts, a missed eld goal and a turnover on downs during the rst seven combined possessions turned into an oensive show when senior quarterback Austin Davis hit Ryan Balentine with a 14-yard pass to open the scoring with 1:09 remaining in the opening quarter. After forcing Houston (12-1, 8-0 C-USA) into its fourth punt in ve possessions, Southern Miss began the second quarter with a three-play, 36-yard drive that took 59 seconds to open up a 14-0 lead over a Cougar team that had faced just one 14-0 decit all season. Houston would answer with its rst touchdown of the day on its ensuing possession, sustaining an 11-play, 65-yard drive that was capped o by a nine-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum to Justin Johnson. After its defense forced a three-andout on the next Southern Miss possession, Houston evened the score at 14 with a Michael

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Hayes one-yard touchdown dive that followed a 50-yard Keenum-to-Johnson pass down the middle of the eld. Davis and the Golden Eagles had an immediate answer, capping a ve-play drive with a 69-yard strike to Dominique Sullivan to regain the lead and take a 21-14 advantage into halftime. The pass play was the longest in C-USA Championship Game history. Southern Miss increased the lead with the help of its special teams when Furious Bradley blocked and recovered a Houston punt, then rambled 11 yards for the touchdown. A promising Houston drive was cut o when Keenums back-shoulder throw attempt was intercepted in the end zone by Deron Wilson for a touchback. Three plays later, Houston would return the favor as Phillip Steward corralled a deected pass by Davis and took it to the Southern Miss four yard line. Michael Hayes would punch it in on the next play for Houston and again pull within one score, 28-21. The Golden Eagle oense answered back, piecing together an 11-play, 80-yard touchdown drive the featured four plays of longer than 10 yards that was capped by a 17yard scamper by Desmond Johnson to make the score 35-21. Another quick series from Houston that ended in a punt, was countered by another quick-attack Southern Miss scoring drive. The three-play 81-yard drive saw Davis nd Lampley on a 61-yard touchdown pass with less

Southern Miss Houston

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Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter USM Ryan Ballentine 14 yd pass from Austin Davis (Danny Hrapmann kick), 1:09 2nd quarter USM - Tracey Lampley 16 yd pass from Austin Davis (Danny Hrapmann kick), 13:08 HOU - Justin Johnson 9 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick),7:48 HOU - Michael Hayes 1 yd run (Matt Hogan kick), 5:47 USM - Dominique Sullivan 69 yd pass from Austin Davis (Danny Hrapmann kick), 4:16 3rd Quarter USM Furious Bradley 11 yd blocked punt return (Danny Hrapmann kick) 11:35 HOU -Michael Hayes 4 yd run (Matt Hogan kick), 7:05 USM Desmond Johnson 17 yd run (Danny Hrapmann kick), 3:18 USM - Tracey Lampley 61 yd pass from Austin Davis (Danny Hrapmann kick), 0:54 4th Quarter USM Ronnie Thornton 26 yd interception return (Danny Hrapmann kick) 2:41 HOU - Justin Johnson 13 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick), 0:03 Individual Leaders Rushing: USM Tracey Lampley (14-71); HOU Michael Hayes (15-50) Passing: USM Austin Davis (17-33-1-4, 279 yards); HOU Case Keenum (41-67-2-2, 373 yards) Receiving: USM Tracey Lampley (6-125); HOU Justin Johnson (12-171) Tackles: USM Ronnie Thornton (4-10-14); HOU Marcus McGraw (4-7-11)

UCF claimed its second C-USA title in four years with a 17-7 win over SMU in the 2010 Championship Game

Freshman QB Je Godfrey guided the Knights oense to victory by completing 15-of-19 passes for 167 yards

UCF 17, SMU 7 MVP: Latavius Murray, UCF

2010 - ORLANDO, Fla.

(Bright House Networks Stadium)

Fueled by a two-touchdown performance by running back Latavius Murray, the UCF Knights earned a 17-7 win over SMU to claim the 2010 Conference USA Football Championship. The Knights claimed their second C-USA Championship title in the past four years. UCF also accepted the bid to compete in the 2010 AutoZone Liberty Bowl with the win. Jeff Godfrey completed 15 of 19 passes for 167 yards, including a 5-yard TD throw to Murray to finish a long scoring drive in the opening quarter. Murray also scored his 10th rushing TD of the season, breaking a 36-yard run to make it 17-0 in the third quarter. SMU (7-6), which was trying to win its first league championship since sharing the Southwest Conference crown in 1984, scored on Kyle Padrons 22-yard pass to Aldrick Robinson early in the fourth quarter. Padron was 18 of 34 for 220 yards passing, but he also was intercepted twice and sacked five times. He drove his team into UCF territory in the closing minutes, only to have the Knights stop the threat on downs with their final sack. UCF won for the eighth time in nine games, including three in a row since a 31-21 loss to Southern Miss ended a brief stay in the Top 25. The first national ranking in the

programs 30-year history lasted one week, yet accentuates just how far the Knights have come since going 0-11 in 2004 -George OLearys first season, and the year before UCF joined Conference USA. SMUs turnaround in three years under former NFL and Hawaii coach June Jones has been just as impressive. Finally showing signs of recovering from being hit with the NCAA death penalty for rules violations, the Mustangs are headed to bowl games in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1983 and 1984. UCF set the tone for a dominating performance, marching 73 yards in 13 plays following the opening kickoff to take a 7-0 lead on Godfreys short TD throw to Murray. Nick Cattois 29-yard field goal made it 10-0 on the final play of the first half. The Knights held the ball for more than 13 minutes of the first quarter, and the combined 10 points for the teams were the fewest scored in an opening half in the six-year history of the Conference USA Championship Game. Murrays second touchdown finished an eight-play, 85-yard drive that extended UCFs lead to 17 heading into the fourth quarter. The 6-foot-3, 221-pound running back was voted the games most valuable player. He carried 22 times while sharing

the workload with Ronnie Weaver and Godfrey, one of the nations top dual-threat quarterbacks. Darius Johnson had nine receptions for 105 yards for SMU. Zach Line rushed for 94 yards on 18 attempts for the Mustangs.
SMU UCF 0 0 0 7 - 7 7 3 7 0 - 17

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter UCF Latavius Murray 5 yd pass from Je Godfrey (Nick Cattoi kick); 7:32 2nd quarter UCF Nick Cattoi 29 yd eld goal; 0:00 3rd Quarter UCF Latavius Murray 36 yd run (Nick Cattoi kick); 6:25 4th Quarter SMU Aldrick Robinson 22 yd pass from Kyle Padron (Matt Szymanski kick); 9:15 Individual Leaders Rushing: SMU Zach Line (18-94); UCF Latavius Murray (20-94) Passing: SMU Kyle Padron (18-34-2-1, 220 yards); UCF Je Godfrey (15-19-0-1, 167 yards) Receiving: SMU Darius Johnson (9-105); UCF Kamar Aiken (4-52) Tackles: SMU Chris Banjo (10-2-12); UCF Kemal Ishmael (4-4-8)

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East Carolina became the rst school to win back-to-back C-USA Football Championship games with a 38-32 victory over No. 18 Houston.

ECUs Dwayne Harris earned Most Valuable Player honors after catching nine passes for 123 yards and a touchdown.

2009 - GREENVILLE, N.C.


East Carolina 38, Houston 32 MVP: Dwayne Harris, East Carolina
Dominique Lindsay and Giavanni Run each ran for two touchdowns while East Carolinas defense hung in against Houstons powerful oense to help the Pirates beat the No. 18 Cougars 38-32 in the Conference USA championship game Saturday. Dwayne Harris also had a big day with 123 yards receiving and a 22-yard touchdown catch. He also had a 69-yard kicko return to set up East Carolinas rst touchdown to earn MVP honors, helping the Pirates (9-4) beat the mistake-prone Cougars (10-3) for their second straight league title that will send them back to the Liberty Bowl. East Carolina is the rst team to win consecutive C-USA titles since the league went to divisional play in 2005. Case Keenum had a big day for Houston, completing 56 of 75 passes for title gamerecord 527 yards and ve touchdowns. Most of those went to James Cleveland, who had 19 catches for another game-record of 241 yards to go with three scores. But while Houston had stretches where it easily moved the ball, the Cougars repeatedly cost themselves with the kind of mistakes that East Carolina needed to hang around. Keenum threw three interceptions, including one in the end zone and a second while under pressure that Van Eskridge returned 30 yards to Houstons 7 to set up Lindsays score that gave East Carolina a 3119 lead early in the fourth.

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Houston also lost a fumble that East Carolina converted into a eld goal, while Matt Hogan missed two extra-point attempts and had a third blocked late in the game. Then, after the Cougars defense stopped Lindsay on a fourth-and-1 to get the ball back with 1:47 to play, Keenum lofted a ball deep for L.J. Castile in the end zone that bounced o the shoulder pad of defender Travis Simmons and ricocheted to Eskridge for a game-clinching interception with 42 seconds left. The Pirates, meanwhile, turned in the kind of steady oensive performance they seemed unable to muster earlier this season. Coach Skip Holtz had said his oense would have to do its part to help the defense, whether it meant moving the chains to keep Keenum on the sideline or getting into the end zone. The Pirates did a little of all of that, with Patrick Pinkney throwing for 262 yards with no turnovers, Lindsay running for 75 yards and Run running for 55 yards on seven carries. The Cougars beat the Pirates 41-24 on the road last season, rolling up 621 yards in a dominating performance that left East Carolinas defense gasping for air. Keenum threw for 399 yards and three touchdowns in that game, but East Carolina had won seven straight home games against league opponents since, including last weeks win against Southern Mississippi to clinch another East Division title and homeeld advantage for the C-USA title game. East Carolina got the clinching score when

Run had a brilliant scoring run, patiently waiting for the hole to develop before sprinting free to the right side and leaping for the pylon on a 20-yard run that made it 38-26 with 6:39 to play. Keenum connected with Cleveland on the next drive to cut the decit to 38-32 with 3:24 to play, but couldnt get the Cougars back to the end zone again.
Houston East Carolina 7 12 0 13 - 32 7 7 10 14 - 38

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter HOU James Cleveland 57 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick); 5:00 ECU Dominique Lindsay 1 yd run (Ben Hartman kick); 1:27 2nd quarter HOU James Cleveland 4 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick failed); 13:04 ECU Giavani Run 5 yd run (Ben Hartman kick); 4:21 HOU Tyron Carrier 21 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick failed); 0:25 3rd Quarter ECU Dwayne Harris 22 yd pass from Patrick Pinkney (Ben Hartman kick); 12:03 ECU Ben Hartman 37 yd eld goal; 3:29 4th Quarter ECU Dominique Lindsay 7 yd run (Ben Hartman kick); 13:27 HOU L.J. Castile 6 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick); 10:02 ECU Giavani Run 20 yd run (Ben Hartman kick); 6:39 HOU James Cleveland 24 yd pass from Case Keenum (Matt Hogan kick blocked); 3:24 Individual Leaders Rushing: HOU Case Keenum (7-12); ECU Dominique Lindsay (25-75) Passing: HOU Case Keenum (56-75-5-3, 527 yards); ECU Patrick Pinkney (21-34-0-1, 262 yards) Receiving: HOU James Cleveland (19-241); ECU Dwayne Harris (9-121) Tackles: HOU C.J. Cavness (4-11-15); ECU Levin Neal (7-5-12)

East Carolina celebrates its rst C-USA Football Championship and the schools rst league title since 1976.

Most Valuable Player Travis Simmons had a 72-yard interception return for a touchdown in the rst quarter.
heart, they have faced more adversity and they have hung together through some very dicult times when theres not a lot of people that have believed in them, coach Skip Holtz said. Theres not a lot of people that gave them a chance in this football game. At the end of the day, though, Pinkney was able to follow in the footsteps of his father - who set a school record in that 1976 season with 197 return yards off of his six interceptions. Holtz, too, followed the winning ways of his pop, former Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz. Its big for our program. Thats a long time for a conference championship, Pinkney said, before Holtz interjected. Are you trying to say your dad is old? the coach asked. And once again, the quarterback had the perfect answer: Hes got gray hair. East Carolina Tulsa 14 3 7 3 - 27 10 7 0 7 - 24

2008 - TuLsa, Okla.


Patrick Pinkney had one last chance to hold up the family tradition and bring a conference championship back to East Carolina. So he won this one for Dad. Pinkney played mistake-free football, Ben Hartman kicked a 36-yard eld goal with 1:43 remaining and East Carolina took advantage of seven turnovers to beat Tulsa 27-24 Saturday in the Conference USA championship game for its rst league title in 32 years. He always joked about it, being the last team to win the conference championship, said Pinkney, whose father, Reggie, was a star defensive back on the Pirates 1976 Southern Conference title team. I told him at the beginning of the year, `Well go get it this year. While the Pirates (9-4) used the leagues best defense to force David Johnson, the nations top-rated passer, into a career-high ve interceptions, Pinkney was solid throughout. The senior threw for only 122 yards and one touchdown, but protected the ball all game long and routinely threw it away when there was nothing there. That put East Carolina in position for a final 12-play, 63-yard drive that chewed up 7 minutes and set up Hartman for the game-winner. We nished the game, Pinkney said. We got that drive, Ben hit that kick and that sealed it for us. The conference crown earned the Pirates a berth in the Liberty Bowl, which was oered to them on the eld during the trophy presentation. Tulsa (10-3) will try to get its top-ranked oense back on track in time for its bowl game, most likely a second straight appearance in the GMAC Bowl - although coach Todd Graham said that wasnt a done deal yet. The normally ecient Johnson had thrown only 13 interceptions in 12 games this season, but was o-target from the start. He threw an interception on the rst play of the game as the Golden Hurricane came out going for the long

(H.A. Chapman Stadium)

East Carolina 27, Tulsa 24 MVP: Travis Simmons, East Carolina


ball. It was a sign of things to come. Pinkney responded by driving the Pirates 83 yards and throwing a 13-yard touchdown pass to fullback Kevin Gidrey o of play action. The lead grew to 14-0 when Travis Simmons picked o another of Johnsons passes and returned 72 yards it down the left sideline for a score. It was the rst time all season that Johnson threw interceptions on consecutive drives. He also fumbled on Tulsas opening drive of the second half, and Norman Whitley bolted 69 yards up the middle for a touchdown that put East Carolina up 24-17 - with all of its points coming o of Golden Hurricane turnovers. Van Eskridge sealed the win with 63 seconds left when he picked o a pass intended for top receiver Brennan Marion, who had crumpled to the turf after apparently injuring his right knee. It was Eskridges second interception of the game. They got a lot of pressure on the quarterback, and we didnt have a very good answer for the things that they were doing, Graham said. They were putting stress on us, and we were turning the football over. Tulsa, which leads the nation with a 579yard average, was held to 399 yards. Johnson nished with 195 yards on 23-for-42 passing. It was only the third time this season he was held below 200 yards passing. His only touchdown pass was an 8-yarder to Jake Collums that tied the game at 24 with 8:57 left, before East Carolinas nal march. Its denitely not all on Dave. We just fell short as a team, as an oense, said running back Tarrion Adams, who had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs in a burst of 17 straight rsthalf points for Tulsa. The Pirates won for the sixth time in seven games after a three-game losing streak wiped away the early BCS banter that followed their back-to-back upsets of Top 25 teams Virginia Tech and West Virginia. I thought this football team has had more

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter ECU Kevin Gidrey 13 yd pass from Pat Pinkney (Ben Hartman kick); 4:51 ECU Travis Simmons 72 yd interception return (Ben Hartman kick); 6:59 TLS Tarrion Adams 1 yd run (Jarod Tracy kick); 2:28 TLS Jarod Tracy 37 yd eld goal; 0:11 2nd quarter TLS - Tarrion Adams 1 yd run (Jarod Tracy kick); 10:40 TLS- Ben Hartman 32 yd eld goal; 4:46 3rd Quarter ECU Norman Whitley 69 yd run (Ben Hartman kick); 11:40 4th Quarter TLS Jacob Collums 8 yd pass from David Johnson (Jarod Tracy kick); 4:44 ECU Ben Hartman 36 yd eld goal; 1:43 Individual Leaders Rushing: ECU Whitley (14-104); TLS Adams (28-120) Passing: ECU Pinkney (10-24-1-0, 122 yards); TLS Johnson (23-42-1-5, 195 yards) Receiving: ECU Drew (3-28); TLS Shelley (6-48) Tackles: ECU N. Johnson (6-7-13); TLS C. Davis (5-5-10)

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UCF 44, Tulsa 25 MVP: Kevin Smith, UCF

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UCF junior Kevin Smith had 284 yards and four touchdowns as UCF beat Tulsa 44-25 for the Conference USA championship. Smith led the Knights to victory in a rematch from the inaugural league championship game that saw Tulsa defeat UCF at the Citrus Bowl. Smiths performance moved him into second place behind Barry Sanders on the NCAAs single-season rushing list, with one game remaining, UCFs Dec. 29 Liberty Bowl appearance. As he had all year, the 6-foot-1, 211-pound junior downplayed his gaudy numbers. Im expected to be back there and make the right cut at the right time, Smith said. You cant run up the sideline without a hole. My guys gave it to me, and I tried not to let them down. Then, perhaps his biggest understatement: Coach gives me the ball a lot. In the game, Smith also set the NCAA all-time single-season record in season rushing attempts with 415, 12 more than Marcus Allen had at USC in 1981. Allen had been ahead of Smith in season rushing yardage, but the junior passed him with a six-yard carry in the third quarter. Smith had 24 carries for 161 yards at halftime, and piled up even more with a 74-yard TD run in the fourth quarter. I have coached in the BCS, and I can guarantee you that he is as good as anybody in the country, Tulsa coach Todd Graham said. No question about it. It was the second time in three years the teams played for the conference championship. Tulsa (94, 6-3) won in 2005, but the Golden Hurricanes star quarterback Paul Smith made too many mistakes this time. Paul Smith passed for 426 yards, his third 400yard game this season, on 28 of 55 completions, but threw three interceptions. Two were in the second half, and each one happened inside or near the end zone. They play as well as anyone weve played --

physicality, speed, strength, Paul Smith said. UCF led 31-23 at halftime, but couldnt stop Paul Smith early. The Golden Hurricane, the countrys top oense with 548 yards a game, rolled up 376 yards and 13 rst downs. The Knights let Smith slip out of several third-and-long situations with long completions over the middle, including a 29-yarder to Trae Johnson on third-and-12 that set up Tulsas rst score. But the Knights clamped down in the second half, pressuring Smith into Tulsas third-worst oensive outing of the season. UCF used the same blueprint when the teams met in the regular season, picking o four Smith passes in a 44-23 win. A lot of it is theyve got some really, really explosive guys up front, and I think thats the key to their defense, Graham said. Down 37-23, Tulsa stayed alive when Paul Smith found Brennan Marion for a 33-yard completion on fourth down to the Knights 3-yard-line. Despite four chances at point-blank range, Tulsa couldnt score until it turned the ball over on downs and tackled UCF QB Kyle Israel for a safety. Knights coach George OLeary saved a touchdown in the second quarter after Paul Smith ran in an eight-yard draw. The Golden Hurricane lined up for the extra point, but OLeary challenged, saying Tulsa had 12 players on the eld. The review showed he was correct, and Tulsa came away without any points when Smith was intercepted by Johnell Neal at the 5-yard-line. Cornerback Joe Burnett scored UCFs rst TD on an 83-yard punt return. It was the schools rst since the conference title game in 2005, when he ran one back 68 yards. The real oense was coming from the Smiths. Tulsas senior Paul turned in his 13th straight 300-yard game after never having one before this year. Kevin Smiths four touchdowns gave him 30 on the season, fourth-best in history behind Sanders (39), Boise States Brock Forsey (32) and

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Record-setting RB Kevin Smith was named MVP after compiling 284 rushing yards and scoring four touchdowns in UCFs win.
Louisiana Techs Troy Edwards (31). Smith is now 180 yards behind Sanders, and averages 188 a game. After getting little recognition, the chase and Smiths nationally televised performance might nudge Heisman Trophy voters who held onto their ballots to push him higher. Kevins been special every game, I think from the rst to the twelfth, and hopefully people recognize that, OLeary said. I think this game went out over the nation, and they saw a guy that comes out and plays like hes supposed to play. Tulsa UCF 13 10 0 2 - 25 10 21 6 7 - 44

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter UCF Michael Torres 28 yd eld goal; 10:45 UCF Joe Burnett 83 yd punt return (Michael Torres kick); 7:52 TLS Charles Clay 22 yd pass from Paul Smith (Jarod Tracy kick); 4:58 TLS Jake Collums 8 yd pass from Paul Smith (Jarod Tracy kick failed); 1:56 2nd quarter UCF Kevin Smith 3 yd run (Michael Torres kick); 13:18 UCF Kevin Smith 46 yd run (Michael Torres kick); 10:03 TLS Trae Johnson 27 yd pass from Paul Smith (Jarod Tracy kick); 7:38 UCF Kevin Smith 4 yd run (Michael Torres kick); 4:07 TLS Jarod Tracy 32 yd eld goal; 1:38 3rd Quarter UCF Michael Torres 21 yd eld goal; 4:01 UCF Michael Torres 45 yd eld goal; 0:03 4th Quarter TLS Team safety; 10:56 UCF Kevin Smith 74 yd run (Michael Torres kick); 7:12 Individual Leaders Rushing: TLS Adams (18-41); UCF K. Smith (39-284) Passing: TLS P. Smith (28-55-3-3, 426 yards); UCF Israel (6-13-0-0, 128 yards) Receiving: TLS Marion (7-96); UCF Ross (3-63) Tackles: TLS Chamberlain (9-0-9); UCF C. Henderson (9-2-11)

The Knights celebrate their rst conference championship game crown after defeating Tulsa.

Houston celebrates its C-USA Football Championship since winning the leagues inaugural title in 1996.

The University of Houston established a new Robertson Stadium record crowd for the 2006 C-USA Championship Game. Houstons lead to 27-20. But Kolb drove the Cougars to the Southern Miss 32, then lofted a TD pass to Ealy down the sideline with 4:25 left. After the touchdown, Kolb jogged to the sideline and high-ved quarterbacks coach Philip Montgomery. The game drew 31,818, the largest crowd in the history of Robertson Stadium, which was built in the 1940s and expanded in 1999. Southern Miss freshman Damion Fletcher, the leagues second-leading rusher, nished with 90 yards, 13 below his average.
Southern Miss Houston 10 7 0 3 - 20 7 6 14 7 - 34

2006 HOUSTON, Texas


Houston 34, Southern Miss 20 MVP: Vincent Marshall, Houston
Kevin Kolb threw two touchdown passes to Biren Ealy and ran for another score to lead Houston to a 34-20 win over Southern Miss in the second annual Conference USA championship game Friday night. A lot of people doubted us and said it couldnt be done, said Kolb, who completed 19-for-31 passes for 258 yards and two touchdowns. It was done tonight and hopefully, for the program, it will continue to be done. The Cougars (10-3) won their rst C-USA title in 1996, but went 37-66 over the next nine seasons. Houston hired Art Briles in 2003 and he lured Kolb, the quarterback Briles coached in high school. On Friday, Kolb became the conferences all-time passing leader, leapfrogging Louisville quarterback Chris Redman. Kolb, who made his 49th career start, now has 12,578 passing yards. Kolb also had a 46-yard touchdown run in the third quarter that gave the Cougars the lead for good. His two TD passes moved him into second place on the leagues career list, two behind Redmans record of 84. After the game, Kolb only wanted to talk about the championship. Ive been telling people since the beginning of the year that thats all that matters and thats the truth, he said. This means a lot more to me than any records. Vincent Marshall, Houstons career receiving leader, caught eight passes for 100 yards and had a touchdown run on a lateral for

(Robertson Stadium)

the Cougars. Marshall, a senior, was named the games Most Valuable Player. He nished with 224 all-purpose yards - 100 receiving, 18 on his rst career pass, 22 on the TD run and 102 on three kicko returns. The only thing I was thinking about was all the hard work weve put into this, Marshall said. Its very gratifying, Briles said. Weve battled our tails o now for four years and got this thing where it needs to be. Jeremy Young had a touchdown run and threw a TD pass to Chris Johnson to lead the Golden Eagles (8-5), who will play Ohio in the GMAC Bowl. Our guys played hard and I am proud of our football team for getting to this game, said Eagles coach Je Bower. We certainly would have liked to have won it, but Im proud of them for what theyve done this year. The Cougars trailed 17-13 at halftime, but came from behind to win for the sixth straight game. Early in the third quarter, Kolb faked a hando to Battle and sprinted for a touchdown, the longest run of his career. Kolb, Conference USAs career leader in total oense, went 6-for-6 on Houstons next drive and found Ealy for a 33-yard touchdown with 2:52 left in the third quarter. While Kolb hit his stride after a sluggish rst half, Houstons defense held Southern Miss to 46 yards and two rst downs in the third quarter. Darren McCaleb kicked a 31-yard eld goal midway through the fourth quarter to cut

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter USM - Darren McCaleb 30 yd eld goal; 10:35 HOU Vincent Marshall 22 yd run (Ben Bell kick); 2:54 USM - Jeremy Young 8 yd run (Darren McCaleb kick); 0:35 2nd Quarter HOU Jackie Battle 6 yd run (Jordan Brown rush failed); 10:01 USM - Chris Johnson 8 yd pass from Jeremy Young (Darren McCaleb kick); 1:36 3rd Quarter HOU - Kevin Kolb 46 yd run (Ben Bell kick); 9:41 HOU - Biren Ealy 33 yd pass from Kevin Kolb (Ben Bell kick); 2:52 4th Quarter USM - Darren McCaleb 31 yd eld goal; 8:24 HOU - Biren Ealy 32 yd pass from Kevin Kolb (Ben Bell kick); 4:25 Individual Leaders Rushing: HOU Kolb (5-57); USM Fletcher (15-90) Passing: HOU Kolb (19-31-2-0, 258 yards); USM Young (17-32-1-0, 186 yards) Receiving: HOU Marshall (8-100); USM Nelson (2-66) Tackles: HOU Miller (5-7-12); USM McRath (8-7-15)

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CHAMPIONSHIP GAME HISTORY

Tulsa 44, UCF 27 MVP: Garrett Mills, Tulsa

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Tarrion Adams had three touchdowns, two of them rushing, and Tulsas defense shut UCF out in the second half as the Golden Hurricane claimed their rst league title in 20 years with a 44-27 victory in the inaugural Conference USA championship game before 51,978 at the Florida Citrus Bowl. Adams had a 15-yard touchdown catch and a 6-yard scoring run in the rst quarter - then sealed the win with a 25-yard run with 6:17 left in the third as Tulsa won for the sixth time in its last seven games. The Golden Hurricanes last league crown came in 1985, when Tulsa won the Missouri Valley Conference. Paul Smith completed 13 of 20 passes for 205 yards and two scores for Tulsa, which held UCF to 55 yards in the second half. Uril Parrish had 100 yards and a touchdown for the Golden Hurricane, and Adams nished with 81 rushing yards. Tulsas Garrett Mills had eight catches for 152 yards - giving him 1,183 for the year, a new NCAA record for most receiving yards by a tight ends in a season. Brigham Youngs Chris Smith had 1,156 in 1990. Kevin Smith ran for 108 yards and a touchdown for UCF, which snapped a 17-game losing streak earlier this season and will play in a bowl for the rst time in the schools 10year football history. Steven Moett threw for 190 yards and a touchdown, but had two interceptions and lost two fumbles - with three of those turnovers coming in the second half. UCF had a chance to cut a 14-point decit in half early in the fourth, but Dontavius Wilcox with no defenders in front of him - stumbled and fell at the Tulsa 10. The Golden Knights, whod never drawn

more than 50,220 to a home game, eventually turned the ball over on downs, and Tulsa ran 7 1/2 minutes o the clock before Brad DeVault kicked his third eld goal with 2:24 left to cap the scoring. Tulsa led 31-27 at halftime, after the teams totaled 520 yards - not including a 58-yard interception return by Tulsas Nick Graham and a 68-yard punt return for a touchdown by UCFs Joe Burnett. Moett threw a 43-yard pass to Willie Thornton to open the scoring, but the Golden Hurricane answered with 21 straight points to build an early twotouchdown lead. Adams caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from Smith, then scored on a 6-yard run to give Tulsa its rst lead. After Graham picked o a Moett pass and returned it to the UCF 2, Parrish scored one play later for a 21-7 Tulsa lead - capping a run of three touchdowns in less than seven minutes by the Golden Hurricane. UCF rallied with 17 unanswered points in a 5 1/2-minute stretch, with Smith scoring on a 31-yard run, Matt Prater kicking a 46-yard eld goal and Burnett putting the Golden Knights back on top with his second interception return for a score in as many games. DeVaults 29-yard field goal and Mills 29yard touchdown catch with 2:06 left - the one setting the NCAA record - gave Tulsa a 31-24 edge, before Prater drew the Golden Knights within four with a 40-yard field goal on the halfs final play. But UCF went scoreless in the third quarter, while Tulsa got an 18-yard eld goal by DeVault and a 25-yard run by Adams midway through the period to take a 41-27 lead into the nal 15 minutes.

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME HISTORY

Tulsas Garrett Mills, who set an NCAA single-season record for receiving yards by a tight end in the game, earned MVP honors.
Tulsa UCF 14 17 10 3 - 44 7 20 0 0 - 27

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter UCF Willie Thornton 43 yd pass from Steven Moett (Matt Prater kick); 10:58 TLS Tarrion Adams 15 yd pass from Smith, Paul (Brad DeVault kick); 6:30 TLS - Tarrion Adams 6 yd run (Brad DeVault kick); 1:10 2nd quarter TLS - Uril Parrish 2 yd run (Brad DeVault kick); 14:47 UCF - Kevin Smith 31 yd run (Matt Prater kick); 12:30 UCF - Matt Prater 46 yd eld goal; 8:45 UCF - Joe Burnett 68 yd punt return (Matt Prater kick); 7:02 TLS - Brad DeVault 29 yd eld goal; 3:53 TLS - Garrett Mills 29 yd pass from Paul Smith, (Brad DeVault kick); 2:06 UCF - Matt Prater 40 yd eld goal; 0:00 3rd Quarter TLS Brad DeVault 18 yd eld goal; 8:52 TLS - Tarrion Adams 25 yd run (Brad DeVault kick); 6:17 4th Quarter TLS - Brad DeVault 26 yd eld goal; 2:24 Individual Leaders Rushing: TLS Parrish (13-83); UCF K. Smith (15-108) Passing: TLS P. Smith (13-20-2-0, 205 yards); UCF Moett (13-27-1-2, 190 yards) Receiving: TLS Mills (8-152); UCF B. Marshall (7-109) Tackles: TLS Bunting, McGowan, Coleman (6-1-7); UCF Carrington (9-1-10)

Tulsa claimed its rst league title in 20 years with a 44-27 victory in the inaugural C-USA Football Championship Game.

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InDiviDual RECORDS
TOTAL OFFENSE
PLAYS 82 Case Keenum, Houston (75 pass, 7 rush) 2009 73 Case Keenum, Houston (67 pass, 6 rush) 2011 63 Paul Smith, Tulsa (55 pass, 8 rush) 2007 YARDS GAINED 539 Case Keenum, Houston (527 pass, 12 rush) 2009 376 Paul Smith, Tulsa (426 pass, -50 rush) 2007 355 Case Keenum, Houston (373 pass, -18 rush) 2011 YARDS PER PLAY (Min. 20 Plays) 8.75 Kevin Kolb, Houston (36 for 315) 7.83 Paul Smith, Tulsa (29 for 227) 7.64 Austin Davis, Southern Miss (42 for 326) YARDS GAINED 527 Case Keenum, Houston (56 of 75) 426 Paul Smith, Tulsa (28 of 55) 373 Case Keenum, Houston (41 of 67) TOUCHDOWN PASSES 5 Case Keenum, Houston 4 Austin Davis, Southern Miss 3 Paul Smith, Tulsa INTERCEPTIONS 5 David Johnson, Tulsa2008 3 Paul Smith, Tulsa 2 four tied with 2009 2007 2011 LONG FIELD GOALS 46 Matt Prater, UCF 45 Michael Torres, UCF 41 Matt Prater, UCF PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED 7 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss 5 Michael Torres, UCF 5 Brad DeVault, Tulsa PAT KICKS MADE 7 Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss 5 Michael Torres, UCF 5 Brad DeVault, Tulsa 4 Ben Bell, Houston 2005 2007 2005 2009 2011 2007 2011 2007 2005 2011 2007 2005 2006

2007

2006 2005 2011

TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY 5 Case Keenum, Houston (5 pass) 2009 4 Austin Davis, Southern Miss (4 pass) 2011 4 Kevin Smith, UCF (4 rush) 2007

LONGEST PASS FROM SCRIMMAGE 69 Austin Davis to Dominique Sullivan, Southern Miss 2011 61 Austin Davis to Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss 2011 57 Case Keenum to James Cleveland, Houston 2009

TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY KICKING 14 Michael Torres, UCF (3 FG, 5 XP) 2007 14 Brad DeVault, Tulsa (3 FG, 5 XP) 2005 9 Ben Hartman, East Carolina (2 FG, 3 XP) 2008 9 Matt Prater, UCF (2 FG, 3 XP) 2005

RECEIVING

PUNTING

YARDS GAINED 284 Kevin Smith, UCF (39 rushes) 134 Trey Watts, Tulsa (25 rushes) 120 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa (28 rushes)

2007 2012 2008

YARDS PER RUSH (Min. 10 rushes) 7.43 Norman Whitley, East Carolina (14 for 104) 2008 7.28 Kevin Smith, UCF (39 for 284) 2007 7.20 Kevin Smith, UCF (15 for108) 2005 LONGEST RUSH 74 Kevin Smith, UCF 69 Norman Whitley, East Carolina 46 Kevin Kolb, Houston ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 284 Paul Smith, UCF (284 rush) 240 Tracey Lampley, USM (71 rush, 125 rec., 36 KOR, 8 PR) 224 Vincent Marshall, Houston (22 rush, 100 rec., 102 KOR) 2007 2008 2006 2007 2011 2006

YARDS PER CATCH (Min. 3) 24.3 Biren Ealy, Houston (3 catches, 73 yards) 23.8 Dominique Sullivan, Southern Miss (4 catches, 95 yards) 21.7 Brandon Perriman, UCF (3 catches, 65 yards)

2006 2011 2012

PUNTING AVERAGE (Min. 3 punts) 50.2 Blake Clingan, UCF (4 punts, 203 yards) 48.8 Chase Turner, Houston (4 punts, 195 yards) 45.3 Peter Boehme, Southern Miss (3 punts) LONGEST PUNT 73 Matt Dodge, East Carolina 61 Blake Clingan, UCF 58 Matt Dodge, East Carolina

2010 2009 2011

TOUCHDOWN CATCHES 2 Justin Johnson, Houston 2011 2 Tracey Lampley, Southern Miss 2011 2 James Cleveland, Houston 2009 2 Biren Ealy, Houston 2006 1 11 tied with

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SCORING

ATTEMPTS 75 Case Keenum, Houston (56 comp., 527 yards) 2009 67 Case Keenum, Houston (41 comp., 373 yards) 2011 55 Paul Smith, Tulsa (28 comp., 426 yards) 2007 COMPLETIONS 56 Case Keenum, Houston (75 att., 527 yards) 2009 41 Case Keenum, Houston (67 att., 373 yards) 2011 28 Paul Smith, Tulsa (55 att., 426 yards) 2007 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Min. 10 comp.) 78.9 Je Godfrey, UCF (15 of 19) 2010 74.7 Case Keenum, Houston (56 of 75) 2009 65.0 Paul Smith, Tulsa (13 of 20) 2005

PASSING

MOST POINTS 24 Kevin Smith, UCF (4 TDs) 18 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa (3 TDs) 14 Michael Torres, UCF (3 FG, 5 XP) 14 Brad DeVault, Tulsa (3 FG, 5 XP) MOST TOUCHDOWNS 4 Kevin Smith, UCF 3 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa 2 Latavius Murray, UCF 2 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa 2 Biren Ealy, Houston

MOST RETURNS 3 Travis Simmons, East Carolina (22 yards) 2008 3 Ashlan Davis, Tulsa (6 yards) 2005 2 Joe Burnett, UCF (82 yards) 2005 YARDS RETURNED 83 Joe Burnett, UCF (1 return) 82 Joe Burnett, UCF (2 returns) 54 Trey Watts, Tulsa (1 return)

PUNT RETURNS

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GAIN PER RETURN (Min. 2 ret.) 41.0 Joe Burnett, UCF (2 ret., 82 yards) 2005 7.3 Travis Simmons, East Carolina (3 ret., 22 yards) 2008 2.0 Ashlan Davis, Tulsa (3 ret., 6 yards) 2005 LONG PUNT RETURNS 83 Joe Burnett, UCF 68 Joe Burnett, UCF 54 Trey Watts, Tulsa

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 3 Michael Torres, UCF (3 made) 2007 3 Brad DeVault, Tulsa (3 made) 2005 3 Ben Hartman, East Carolina (2 made) 2008 2 two tied with FIELD GOALS MADE 3 Michael Torres, UCF (3 att.) 3 Brad DeVault, Tulsa (3 att.) 2 three tied with

2007 2005 2012

2007 2005

MOST RETURNS 6 Roy Roberts, Tulsa (109 yards) 2007 4 Ed Morgan, Southern Miss (75 yards) 2006 4 Curtis Francis, UCF (59 yards) 2005

KICKOFF RETURNS

RECORDS

MOST RUSHES 39 Kevin Smith, UCF (284 yards) 28 Tarrion Adams, Tulsa (120 yards) 25 Trey Watts, Tulsa (134 yards)

RUSHING

CATCHES 19 James Cleveland, Houston (241 yards) 2009 12 Justin Johnson, Houston (171 yards) 2011 10 Charles Sims, Houston (69 yards) 2011 YARDS GAINED 241 James Cleveland, Houston (19 rec.) 171 Justin Johnson, Houston (12 rec.) 152 Garrett Mills, Tulsa (8 rec.)

MOST PUNTS 8 Jamie Boyle, UCF (319 yards) 2012 7 Richie Leone, Houston (244 yards) 2011 7 Matt Dodge, East Carolina (296 yards) 2008 YARDS PUNTED 319 Jamie Boyle, UCF (8 punts) 296 Matt Dodge, East Carolina (7 punts) 244 Richie Leone, Houston (7 punts) 2012 2008 2011

2007 2008 2012

2009 2011 2005

YARDS RETURNED 109 Roy Roberts, Tulsa (6 returns) 2007 102 Vincent Marshall, Houston (3 returns) 2006 78 Tyron Carrier, Houston (3 returns) 2011 GAIN PER RETURN (Min. 2) 39.0 Ashlan Davis, Tulsa (2 ret., 78 yards) 2005 34.0 Vincent Marshall, Houston (3 ret., 102 yards) 2006 26.0 Tyron Carrier, Houston (3 ret., 78 yards) 2011 LONG KICKOFF RETURNS 69 Dwayne Harris, East Carolina 40 Vincent Marshall, Houston 39 Ashlan Davis, Tulsa

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 78.9 UCF vs. SMU (15 of 19) 2010 74.4 Houston vs. East Carolina (56 of 75) 2009 65.0 Tulsa vs. UCF (13 of 20) 2005 PASSING YARDS 527 Houston vs. East Carolina (56 of 75) 2009 438 Tulsa vs. UCF (29 of 57) 2007 373 Houston vs. Southern Miss (41 of 67) 2011 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 5 Houston vs. East Carolina 4 Southern Miss vs. Houston 3 Tulsa vs. UCF

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 39.0 Tulsa vs. UCF (2 for 78) 2005 25.6 Houston vs. Southern Miss (5 for 128) 2006 23.0 SMU vs. UCF (2 for 46) 2010 23.0 Tulsa vs. East Carolina (2 for 46) 2008 MOST POINTS SCORED 49 Southern Miss vs. Houston 44 UCF vs. Tulsa 44 Tulsa vs. UCF MOST TOUCHDOWNS 7 Southern Miss vs. Houston 5 (tied) East Carolina vs. Houston 5 (tied) Houston vs. East Carolina 5 UCF vs. Tulsa 5 Tulsa vs. UCF MOST FIELD GOALS 3 UCF vs. Tulsa 3 Tulsa vs. UCF 2 four tied with FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 7 by UCF vs. SMU 17 by SMU vs. UCF 20 by Houston vs. Southern Miss FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED 30 by East Carolina vs. Houston 32 by UCF vs. Tulsa 55 by Houston vs. Southern Miss FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED 122 by East Carolina vs. Tulsa 128 by Tulsa vs. UCF 167 by SMU vs. UCF FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED 278 by East Carolina vs. Tulsa 311 by SMU vs. UCF 317 by UCF vs. SMU MOST INTERCEPTIONS 5 by East Carolina vs. Tulsa 3 by UCF vs. Tulsa 2 three tied with MOST TURNOVERS GAINED 7 by East Carolina vs. Tulsa 3 by UCF vs. Tulsa 3 by Tulsa vs. UCF MOST PENALTIES 12 Southern Miss vs. Houston 8 East Carolina vs. Tulsa 8 Tulsa vs. UCF 8 Houston vs. Southern Miss MOST PENALTY YARDS 85 Southern Miss vs. Houston 75 UCF vs. Tulsa 74 Tulsa vs. UCF MOST TIME OF POSSESSION 34:46 Tulsa vs. UCF 32:56 Southern Miss vs. Houston 32:49 Tulsa vs. UCF

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MOST INTERCEPTIONS 2 (tied) Van Eskridge, East Carolina (30 yards) 2 Van Eskridge, East Carolina (40 yards) 2 Johnell Neal, UCF (26 yards) 1 ve tied with

INTERCEPTIONS

TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS 98 Houston vs. Southern Miss (428 yards) 2011 97 Tulsa vs. East Carolina (399 yards) 2008 92 Tulsa vs. UCF (470 yards) 2007 TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 557 Houston vs. East Carolina (94 plays) 2009 486 Southern Miss vs. Houston (73 plays) 2011 470 Tulsa vs. UCF (92 plays) 2007 TOTAL YARDS PER PLAY 7.03 UCF vs. Tulsa (62 for 436) 6.82 Houston vs. Southern Miss (65 for 443) 6.66 Southern Miss vs. Houston (73 for 486) TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 33 Houston vs. East Carolina 28 Tulsa vs. East Carolina 27 Houston vs. Southern Miss FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 17 Tulsa vs. UCF 11 UCF vs. Tulsa 11 UCF vs. SMU 11 UCF vs. Tulsa FIRST DOWNS PASSING 29 Houston vs. East Carolina 18 Houston vs. Southern Miss 16 Tulsa vs. East Carolina 16 Tulsa vs. UCF

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2009 2008 2007

YARDS RETURNED 59 Jason Venson, UCF (1 return) 2007 58 Nick Graham, Tulsa (1 return) 2005 40 Van Eskridge, East Carolina (2 returns) 2008 INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS 1 Travis Simmons, East Carolina (72 yds.) 2008 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS 72 Van Eskridge, East Carolina 59 Jason Venson, UCF 58 Nick Graham, Tulsa LONGEST FUMBLE RECOVERY RETURN 40 Travis Simmons, East Carolina 10 Chadd Evans, Tulsa 0 six tied with

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TEAM RECORDS
MOST RUSHES 69 Tulsa vs. UCF (290 yards) 55 Tulsa vs. East Carolina (204 yards) 49 UCF vs. Tulsa (308 yards) YARDS GAINED RUSHING 308 UCF vs. Tulsa (49 att.) 290 Tulsa vs. UCF (69 att.) 207 Southern Miss vs. Houston (39 att.) RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 4 East Carolina vs. Houston 4 UCF vs. Tulsa 3 Tulsa vs. UCF 3 Houston vs. Southern Miss 3 Tulsa vs. UCF 2012 2008 2007

2009 2011 2008 2007

MOST PUNTS 8 UCF vs. Tulsa (319 yards) 2012 7 Houston vs. Southern Miss (244 yards) 2011 7 East Carolina vs. Tulsa (296 yards) 2008 YARDS PUNTING 319 UCF vs. Tulsa (8 punts) 2012 296 East Carolina vs. Tulsa (7 punts) 2008 244 Houston vs. Southern Miss (7 punts) 2011 PUNTING AVERAGE 50.2 UCF vs. SMU (4 for 201) 2010 48.8 East Carolina vs. Houston (4 for 195) 2009 45.0 Southern Miss vs. Houston (5 for 225) 2011 PUNT RETURN YARDS 83 UCF vs. Tulsa (1 att.) 82 UCF vs. Tulsa (2 att.) 51 Southern Miss vs. Houston (2 att.)

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2009 2007 2012 2006 2005

PASSING ATTEMPTS 76 Houston vs. East Carolina (527 yards) 2009 67 Houston vs. Southern Miss (373 yards) 2011 55 Tulsa vs. UCF (28 comp., 426 yards) 2007 COMPLETIONS 56 Houston vs. East Carolina (527 yards) 2009 41 Houston vs. Southern Miss (373 yards) 2011 28 Tulsa vs. UCF (55 att., 426 yards) 2007

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MISCELLANEOUS
ATTENDANCE 51,978 Orlando (UCF vs. Tulsa) 2005 44,128 Orlando (UCF vs. Tulsa) 2007 41,045 Orlando (UCF vs. SMU) 2010 33,048 Greenville (East Carolina vs. Houston) 2009 32,413 Houston (Houston vs. Southern Miss) 2011 31,818 Houston (Houston vs. Southern Miss) 2006 22,740 Tulsa (Tulsa vs. East Carolina) 2008

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 41.0 UCF vs. Tulsa (2 for 82) 2005 25.5 Southern Miss vs. Houston (2 for 51) 2011 7.3 East Carolina vs. Tulsa (3 for 22) 2008 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 150 UCF vs. Tulsa (8 ret.) 129 Tulsa vs. UCF (7 ret.) 128 Houston vs. Southern Miss (5 ret.)

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East Division UCF East Carolina Marshall Memphis UAB Southern Miss West Division x- Tulsa SMU Rice Houston UTEP Tulane

2012 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 5-0 310 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 296 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 2-3 340 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 2-3 204 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 2-3 237 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 0-5 168

Opp 173 224 346 224 330 302

All Games W-L Pct. 10-4 .714 8-5 .615 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 0-12 .000 All Games W-L Pct. 11-3 .786 7-6 .538 7-6 .538 5-7 .417 3-9 .250 2-10 .167

H A 5-1 5-3 5-1 3-4 3-3 2-4 3-3 1-5 2-4 1-5 0-6 0-6 H A 7-0 4-3 5-2 2-4 3-3 4-3 4-3 1-4 2-4 1-5 2-5 0-5

Pts 496 409 491 293 339 236

Opp 309 411 517 363 450 454

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 291 188 5-3 .625 4-0 1-3 3-2 259 193 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 3-2 261 233 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 3-2 277 288 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 1-4 170 240 2-6 .250 2-2 0-4 1-4 222 294

Pts Opp 486 331 397 334 414 390 389 432 254 357 257 461

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (9-5, 7-1 C-USA)


S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O4 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 17 N 23 D 22 S 1 S 8 S 15 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 18 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 APPALACHIAN STATE W at (9) South Carolina L at Southern Miss W at North Carolina L UTEP W at UCF L MEMPHIS W at UAB W NAVY L HOUSTON W at Tulane W MARSHALL W vs. La.-Lafayette (New Orleans Bowl) L TEXAS STATE LOUISIANA TECH at (22) UCLA vs. Rice NORTH TEXAS UAB at SMU UTEP at East Carolina TULSA at Marshall TULANE L L L W W W L W L L L W L W L W L L W L W L W L L L L L W L L L L W W W L W L L L L W L W W W W W

HOUSTON (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)

UCF (10-4, 7-1 C-USA)


A 30 S 8 S 15 S 29 O4 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 D 1 D 21

13-30 49-56 6-37 35-14 44-21 39-17 42-72 45-35 28-48 7-41 41-44 40-17 34-69 52-24 24-27 54-51 (2ot) 41-51 38-45 59-24 17-54 38-28 31-38 44-41 59-65 (ot) 17-20 28-33 30-48 14-38 14-10 7-41 17-35 13-44 28-38 37-23 46-9 42-24 24-49 25-24 37-56 51-54 (2ot) 14-35 10-14 34-14 24-28 44-17 49-47 36-14 33-24 33-14

0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 5-7 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 4-5 4-6 5-6 5-7 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 2-8 3-8 4-8 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 3-6 4-6 5-6 6-6 7-6

SOUTHERN MISS (0-12, 0-8 C-USA)


S 1 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 S 1 S 8 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 at (16) Nebraska EAST CAROLINA at Western Kentucky (17) LOUISVILLE BOISE STATE at UCF MARSHALL at Rice UAB at SMU UTEP at Memphis L L L L L L L L L L L L

MARSHALL (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 23 S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 at (11) West Virginia WESTERN CAROLINA OHIO at Rice at Purdue TULSA at Southern Miss UCF MEMPHIS at UAB HOUSTON at East Carolina UT-MARTIN at Arkansas State MIDDLE TENNESSEE at Duke RICE at East Carolina UCF at SMU at Marshall TULANE at UAB SOUTHERN MISS

20-49 14-24 17-42 17-21 14-40 31-38 (2ot) 24-59 17-44 19-27 6-34 33-34 24-42 12-24 10-45 0-39 10-63 13-41 27-26 20-24 55-45 47-49 23-37 23-28 17-40 23-38 45-10 66-16 27-26 49-42 45-38 33-11 28-24 15-19 41-7 23-21 27-35 33-27 (ot) 31-17

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 0-10 0-11 0-12 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 1-5 1-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 7-2 8-2 9-2 9-3 10-3 11-3

at Akron at (14) Ohio State) FIU MISSOURI EAST CAROLINA SOUTHERN MISS at Memphis at Marshall SMU at UTEP at Tulsa UAB at Tulsa (C-USA Championship) vs. Ball State (Beef O Bradys Bowl) (4) OKLAHOMA at Mississippi NEW MEXICO STATE at Wisconsin at East Carolina SMU at Tulsa TULANE at Houston UCF at Southern Miss RICE

W 56-14 L 16-31 W 33-20 L 16-21 W 40-20 W 38-31 (2ot) W 35-17 W 54-17 W 42-17 W 31-24 L 21-23 W 49-24 27-33 (ot) W 38-17 L L W L L L L W L L W L 7-24 10-28 41-28 26-37 18-28 0-17 11-33 24-20 35-45 24-31 34-33 24-33

1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 8-3 9-3 9-4 10-4 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 3-9

TULANE (2-10, 2-6 C-USA)


RUTGERS at Tulsa MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA-MONROE at Louisiana-Lafayette SMU at UTEP UAB RICE at Memphis EAST CAROLINA at Houston

UTEP (3-9, 2-6 C-USA)


S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 11 O 20 O 27 N 10 N 17 N 24

MEMPHIS (4-8, 4-4 C-USA)

L L L L L W L W L L L L

107

TULSA (11-3, 7-1 C-USA)


S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 11 O 20 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 D 1 D 31

Most Valuable Player Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall Oensive Player of the Year Zach Line, RB, SMU Defensive Player of the Year Kemal Ishmael, DB, UCF Special Teams Player of the Year Quincy McDue, KR, UCF Newcomer of the Year Vintavious Cooper, RB, East Carolina Freshman of the Year Kevin Grooms, RB, Marshall Coach of the Year Bill Blankenship, Tulsa

RICE (7-6, 4-4 C-USA)


A 30 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 17 N 24 D 29

UCLA at Kansas at Louisiana Tech MARSHALL HOUSTON at Memphis UTSA at Tulsa SOUTHERN MISS at Tulane SMU at UTEP vs. Air Force (Armed Forces Bowl)

at Iowa State L TULANE W NICHOLLS STATE W FRESNO STATE W at UAB W at Marshall W UTEP W RICE W at Arkansas L at Houston W UCF W at SMU L UCF W vs. Iowa State (AutoZoneLibertyBowl) W

Tulsa nished the season ranked No. 25 in the USA Today Coaches Poll, marking its second top 25 nish in three years. C-USA has had at least one team ranked in the nal polls three straight years.Conference USA produced a 4-1 bowl record for the second straight season. The .800 winning percentage was the best among all conferences, earning the league the Bowl Challenge Cup for the rst time.Tulsa won its second C-USA Championship (2005), playing the rst overtime game in C-USA Football Championship Game history (33-27 over UCF).Tulane junior K Cairo Santos won the Lou Groza Award, given to the nations top placekicker. It was third time that a C-USA player has won that award.East Carolina junior Dl Matt Milner and UCF senior DB Lyle Dankenbring were each named second team Academic All-Americans.A total of 36 Conference USA players participated in postseason All-Star games.For the rst time in C-USA history, three dierent schools nished league play with just one defeat. UCF, East Carolina and Tulsa all nished with 7-1 conference records.Rice junior K Chris Boswell tied an NCAA record with three 50+ yard eld goals in one game and led the FBS with six eld goals of 50 yards or longer.Marshall QB Rakeem Cato led the FBS in passing oense, averaging 350.1 yards per game.UCFs Quincy McDue led the FBS in kicko return average at 34.2 per game.In a Sept. 8 game vs. Louisiana Tech, Houston junior QB David Piland set an NCAA single-game record for most pass attempts without an interception, going 53of-77 for 580 yards and 4 TDs.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

35-13 10-48 24-14 6-27 28-18 20-40 41-7 45-38 28-56 48-28 28-23 65-59 (2ot) 34-43

1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5

SMU (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)


S2 S 8 S 15 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 18 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24 D 24

at Baylor L STEPHEN F. AUSTIN W TEXAS A&M L (14) TCU L at UTEP W at Tulane L HOUSTON W MEMPHIS W at UCF L SOUTHERN MISS W at Rice L TULSA W vs. Fresno St. (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) W

24-59 52-0 3-48 16-24 17-0 26-27 72-42 44-13 17-42 34-6 14-36 35-27 43-10

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 4-5 5-5 5-6 6-6 7-6

UAB (3-9, 2-6 C-USA)


S 1 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24

TROY at (8) South Carolina at (16) Ohio State TULSA SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA at Houston EAST CAROLINA at Tulane at Southern Miss MARSHALL MEMPHIS at UCF

L L L L W L L L W W L L

29-39 6-49 15-29 42-49 52-3 17-39 38-45 45-55 27-19 38-31 9-46 24-49

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 2-7 3-7 3-8 3-9

East Division x-Southern Miss Marshall East Carolina UAB UCF Memphis West Division Houston Tulsa SMU Rice UTEP Tulane

2011 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 3-2 279 164 5-3 .625 4-0 1-3 4-1 217 241 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 3-2 210 244 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 3-2 181 319 3-5 .375 3-1 0-4 2-3 206 176 1-7 .125 0-4 1-3 0-5 120 271

All Games W-L Pct. 12-2 .857 7-6 .538 5-7 .417 3-9 .250 5-7 .417 2-10 .167 All Games W-L Pct. 13-1 .929 8-5 .615 8-5 .615 4-8 .333 5-7 .417 2-11 .154

H A 6-0 6-2 4-1 3-5 3-3 2-4 2-3 1-6 5-1 0-6 1-5 1-5 H A 6-1 7-0 4-2 4-3 5-1 3-4 4-1 0-7 3-3 2-4 1-5 1-6

Pts Opp 516 291 284 372 315 387 242 441 325 220 195 421 Pts Opp 690 314 430 355 336 300 280 400 319 364 274 487

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 5-0 455 160 7-1 .875 3-1 4-0 4-1 300 160 5-3 .625 4-0 1-3 3-2 197 184 3-5 .375 3-1 0-4 2-3 210 260 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 1-4 217 261 1-7 .125 0-4 1-3 0-5 137 289

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


S3 S10 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N26 vs. (12) S. Carolina (Charlotte, N.C.) (11) VIRGINIA TEC UAB NORTH CAROLINA at Houston at Memphis at Navy TULANE (24) SOUTHERN MISS at UTEP UCF at Marshall

ANNUAL STANDINGS

L 37-56 L 10-17 W 28-23 L 20-35 L 3-56 W 35-17 W 38-35 W 34-13 L 28-48 L 17-22 W 38-31 L 27-34 (ot)

0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 3-4 4-4 4-5 4-6 5-6 5-7 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0 9-0 10-0 11-0 12-0 12-1 13-1 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 4-5 4-6 5-6 6-6 7-6 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 3-7 4-7 4-8

SMU (8-5, 5-3 C-USA)


S4 S10 S17 S24 O1 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N26 J7 S3 S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O22 O29 N5 N12 N17 N26 D3 D24

HOUSTON (13-1, 8-0 C-USA)

at (8) Texas A&M L 14-46 UTEP W 28-17 NORTHWESTERN STATE W 40-7 at Memphis W 42-0 at (20) TCU W 40-33 (ot) UCF W 38-17 at Southern Miss L 3-27 at Tulsa L 7-38 TULANE W 45-24 NAVY L 17-24 at (10) Houston L 7-37 RICE W 27-24 vs. Pittsburgh (BBVA Compass Bowl) W 28-6 LOUISIANA TECH at Marshall SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA at Virginia RICE at Navy SMU at UTEP at East Carolina UCF at UAB MEMPHIS at (6) Houston (C-USA Champ) vs. Nevada (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA TULSA at UAB at Duke at Army SYRACUSE UTEP MEMPHIS at East Carolina at SMU (11) HOUSTON at Rice at Hawaii at (1) Oklahoma at Tulane (7) OKLAHOMA STATE at (4) Boise State NORTH TEXAS UAB at Rice SM at UCF MARSHALL at UTEP (7) HOUSTON vs. BYU (Armed Forces Bowl) W 19-17 L 20-26 W 52-6 W 30-24 W 48-24 W 63-35 W 27-3 W 31-13 W 48-28 W 30-29 L 31-34 W 44-7 W 49-28 W 24-17 W 47-33 L 3-31 W 49-10 L 27-48 L 6-45 L 34-37 L 7-44 L 17-33 L 13-34 L 24-45 L 17-73 L 7-19 L 23-35 L 14-47 W 31-3 L 33-59 L 21-41 W 41-24 W 37-20 W 38-20 W 38-7 W 24-17 W 59-17 W 57-28 L 16-48 L 21-24

0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 5-2 5-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 7-5 8-5 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 9-2 10-2 11-2 12-2 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 2-11 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4 8-5

UAB (3-9, 3-5 C-USA)


S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O20 O29 N5 N12 N17 N26 S3 S10 S17 S23 O8 O15 O20 O29 N3 N12 N19 N25 at (18) Florida TULANE at East Carolina at Troy MISSISSIPPI STATE at Tulsa UCF at Marshall (14) HOUSTON at Memphis SOUTHERN MISS at Florida Atlantic

L 0-39 L 10-49 L 23-28 L 23-24 L 3-21 L 20-37 W 26-24 L 14-59 L 13-56 W 41-35 W 34-31 L 35-38 W 62-0 W 30-3 L 10-17 L 17-24 W 16-6 L 17-38 L 24-26 W 41-0 L 17-24 L 29-30 L 31-38 W 31-14 W 31-24 (ot) L 17-28 W 16-10 L 24-52 L 42-49 W 44-7 W 31-17 L 13-31 L 37-41 W 22-17 L 28-57 L 14-31

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 1-6 1-7 1-8 2-8 3-8 3-9 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 5-7 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 4-4 4-5 5-5 5-6 5-7

108

S3 UCLA W 38-34 S10 at North Texas W 48-23 S17 at Louisiana Tech W 35-34 S24 GEORGIA STATE W 56-0 S29 at UTEP W 49-42 O8 EAST CAROLINA W 56-3 O22 MARSHALL W 63-28 O27 RICE W 73-34 N5 at UAB W 56-13 N10 at Tulane W 73-17 N19 SMU W 37-7 N25 at Tulsa W 48-16 D3 (23) SOUTHERN MISS (C-USA Champ) L 28-49 J2 vs. (22) Penn State (TicketCity Bowl) W 30-14

SOUTHERN MISS (12-2, 6-2 C-USA)

UCF (5-7, 3-5 C-USA)

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN BOSTON COLLEGE at Florida International at BYU MARSHALL at SMU at UAB MEMPHIS TULSA at (20) Southern Miss at East Carolina UTEP STONY BROOK at SMU at New Mexico State at (18) South Florida HOUSTON at Tulane COLORADO STATE (25) SOUTHERN MISS at Rice EAST CAROLINA TULSA at UCF

UTEP (5-7, 2-6 C-USA)


S3 S10 S17 S24 S29 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N25

MARSHALL (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)


S4 S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N12 N17 N26 D20 at (24) West Virginia SOUTHERN MISS at Ohio (11) VIRGINIA TECH at Louisville at UCF RICE at (20) Houston UAB at Tulsa at Memphis EAST CAROLINA vs. FIU (Beef O Bradys Bowl) (20) MISSISSIPPI STATE at Arkansas State AUSTIN PEAY SMU at Middle Tennessee at Rice EAST CAROLINA at Tulane at UCF UAB MARSHALL at Southern Miss at (24) Texas PURDUE at (17) Baylor at Southern Miss MEMPHIS at Marshall TULSA at (18) Houston UTEP at Northwestern TULANE at SMU

TULANE (2-11, 1-7 C-USA)


S3 S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N5 N10 N19 N26 S3 S10 S17 S24 O1 O15 O22 O29 N3 N12 N19 N25 D30

L 13-34 W 26-20 L 7-44 L 10-30 W 17-13 L 6-16 W 24-20 L 28-63 W 59-14 L 17-59 W 23-22 W 34-27 (ot) W 20-10 L 14-59 L 3-47 W 27-6 L 0-42 L 31-38 L 6-28 L 17-35 W 33-17 L 0-41 L 35-41 L 22-23 L 7-44 L 9-34 W 24-22 L 31-56 L 24-48 W 28-6 L 20-24 L 20-38 L 34-73 W 41-37 L 6-28 W 19-7 L 24-27

Most Valuable Player Case Keenum, QB, Houston Oensive Player of the Year Patrick Edwards, WR, Houston Defensive Player of the Year Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall Special Teams Player of the Year Tyron Carrier, KR, Houston Newcomer of the Year D.J. Hayden, DB, Houston Freshman of the Year Jeremy Grove, LB, East Carolina Coach of the Year Kevin Sumlin, Houston

MEMPHIS (2-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S1 S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N12 N17 N26

TULSA 8-5, 7-1 C-USA)

RICE (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


S3 S10 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O27 N5 N12 N19 N26

C-USA had two teams ranked in the top 20 of the nal polls for the rst time. Houston nished as high as No. 14 (USA Today Coaches Poll), while Southern Miss ranked as high as No. 19 (USA Today Coaches Poll).For the second straight season that C-USA had two teams nationally-ranked to end the season. Over the last two years, Houston, Southern Miss, Tulsa and UCF have each closed the season in the rankings. The only conferences that have had more than four dierent schools ranked in the nal poll over the last two seasons are the Big Ten, Big 12 and SEC.Houston tied LSU for the most victories in the FBS this season with 13, while Southern Miss was tied for third place among all teams.According to the computers used to determine the BCS rankings, C-USA ranked the highest among the ve non-AQ Conferences.With a 4-1 bowl record, C-USA tied for the best winning percentage among all conferences at .800. Included in C-USAs postseason wins were victories over No. 22 Penn State of the Big Ten and Pittsburgh of the Big East. The win over Penn State marked the rst time that C-USA has defeated a ranked team from an AQ conference in a bowl game.Conference USA produced its highest single-season victory total against teams from BCS AQ leagues. Included were wins over teams from the ACC, Big East, Big Ten and Pac-12.Houston senior QB Case Keenum won the Sammy Baugh Award, given to the nations top passer. Keenum, who also won the award in 2009, is just the second two-time winner.Southern Miss senior QB Austin Davis was named the winner of the Burlesworth Trophy, which is given to the nations most outstanding player who began his career as a walk-on. Five C-USA players were named rst team Academic All-District, while East Carolina DE Matt Milner was named a second team Academic All-American.CUSA produced three National Defensive Players of the Week: Houston LB Sammy Brown, Marshall DE Vinny Curry and SMU LB JaGared Davis.Two C-USA schools were honored as the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week. SMU won the award on Oct. 3 and Houston was honored on Nov. 28.

HIGHLIGHTS

East Division x-UCF East Carolina Southern Miss Marshall UAB Memphis West Division SMU Tulsa Houston UTEP Rice Tulane

2010 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 7-1 .875 3-1 4-0 4-1 326 5-3 .625 3-1 2-2 4-1 346 5-3 .625 2-2 3-1 3-2 360 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 2-3 170 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 2-3 198 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 0-5 128

Opp 165 327 277 209 253 306 Opp 201 233 245 207 337 343

All Games W-L Pct. 11-3 .786 6-7 .462 8-5 .615 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 1-11 .083 All Games W-L Pct. 7-7 .500 10-3 .769 5-7 .417 6-7 .462 4-8 .333 4-8 .333

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

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

Pts 449 478 479 250 316 173 Pts 360 538 452 338 344 299

Opp 240 572 384 345 379 478 Opp 359 394 386 357 462 446

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 3-2 232 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 4-1 346 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 3-2 327 3-5 .375 3-1 0-4 2-3 182 3-5 .375 3-1 0-4 1-4 269 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 2-3 219

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (9-5, 7-1 C-USA)


S5 S11 S18 O2 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N11 N20 N26 D29 TULSA MEMPHIS at Virginia Tech at North Carolina at Southern Miss NC STATE MARSHALL at UCF NAVY at UAB at Rice SMU vs. Maryland (Military Bowl) TEXAS STATE UTEP at UCLA TULANE MISSISSIPPI STATE at Rice at SMU at Memphis UCF TULSA at Southern Miss at Texas Tech

UCF (11-3, 7-1 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O6 O13 O23 O30 N5 N13 N20 N27 D4 D31

HOUSTON (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


S4 S10 S18 S25 O9 O16 O23 O30 N5 N13 N20 N27 S2 S10 S18 S25 O2 O13 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 N27

SOUTHERN MISS (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)


W 68-28 W 54-24 L 13-31 W 42-23 L 24-47 L 31-34 W 45-20 W 56-17 L 33-40 L 25-28 L 41-59 L 20-35 L 7-45 L 21-24 (ot) L 28-44 W 24-23 L 16-41 L 14-35 L 10-37 W 16-12 W 31-17 W 28-13 L 17-31 W 38-23 L 7-49 L 27-49 W 24-17 L 13-16 L 7-48 L 0-56 L 19-41 L 17-56 L 14-50 L 13-28 L 15-31 L 17-37 L 17-34 W 32-31 L 13-30 L 13-30 L 31-42 L 24-44 W 34-31 L 14-41 L 27-64 L 49-54 W 62-38 W 28-23 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 3-6 4-6 4-7 5-7 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 4-8 S2 S11 S17 S25 O2 O9 O16 O30 N6 N13 N20 N26 D21 at South Carolina PRAIRIE VIEW A&M KANSAS at Louisiana Tech MARSHALL EAST CAROLINA at Memphis UAB at Tulane at (23) UCF HOUSTON at Tulsa vs. Louisville (Beef O Bradys Bowl) SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA MISSISSIPPI at Houston at Rutgers ARMY at Tulsa at UTEP SMU SOUTHERN MISS RICE UCF at Marshall

L 13-41 W 34-7 W 31-16 W 13-12 W 41-16 L 43-44 W 41-19 L 49-50 (2ot) W 46-30 W 31-21 W 59-41 L 50-56 L 28-31 W 27-21 L 13-27 L 23-42 W 17-14 L 23-41 L 24-52 W 34-24 L 17-31 L 30-46 W 54-49 L 14-61 L 23-38

0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 5-2 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 8-4 8-5 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 4-6 4-7 4-8 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3

SOUTH DAKOTA NC STATE at Bualo at Kansas State UAB at Marshall RICE EAST CAROLINA at Houston SOUTHERN MISS at Tulane at Memphis #SMU (C-USA Champ.) vs. Georgia (Liberty Bowl)

W 38-7 L 21-28 W 24-10 L 13-17 W 42-7 W 35-14 W 41-14 W 49-35 W 40-33 L 21-31 W 61-14 W 37-17 W 17-7 W 10-6 W 31-10 L 24-54 W 42-10 W 16-13 W 38-20 W 44-24 L 6-21 L 24-34 L 12-16 W 28-14 L 21-58 L 28-31 L 24-52

1-0. 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7

MARSHALL (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


at (2) Ohio State (22) WEST VIRGINIA at Bowling Green OHIO at Southern Miss UCF at East Carolina UTEP at UAB MEMPHIS at SMU TULANE

TULANE (4-8, 2-6 C-USA)


S2 S11 S25 O2 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 N27 S5 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O16 O30 N6 N13 N20 N26 D24

UTEP (6-7, 3-5 C-USA)

MEMPHIS (1-11, 0-8 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O16 O30 N6 N13 N20 N27 S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O16 O23 N6 N13 N20 N27 at Mississippi State at East Carolina MIDDLE TENNESSEE at UTEP TULSA at Louisville SOUTHERN MISS HOUSTON TENNESSEE at Marshall at UAB UCF

TULSA (10-3, 6-2 C-USA)

at East Carolina L 49-51 BOWLING GREEN W 33-20 at Oklahoma State L 28-65 CENTRAL ARKANSAS W 41-14 at Memphis W 48-7 at SMU L 18-21 TULANE W 52-24 at Notre Dame W 28-27 RICE W 64-27 at Houston W 28-25 UTEP W 31-28 SOUTHERN MISS W 56-50 at (25) Hawaii (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) W 62-35

S4 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF S10 at Houston S18 NEW MEXICO STATE S25 MEMPHIS O2 at New Mexico O9 RICE O16 at UAB O23 TULANE O30 at Marshall N6 SMU N13 at (14) Arkansas N20 at Tulsa D18 vs. BYU (New Mexico Bowl) Most Valuable Player Dwayne Harris, WR/KR, East Carolina Oensive Player of the Year G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa Defensive Player of the Year Bruce Miller, DE, UCF Special Teams Player of the Year Damaris Johnson, KR/PR, Tulsa Newcomer of the Year Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina Freshman of the Year Je Godfrey, QB, UCF Coach of the Year George OLeary, UCF

109

RICE (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


(4) TEXAS at North Texas NORTHWESTERN BAYLOR SMU at UTEP HOUSTON at UCF at Tulsa at Tulane EAST CAROLINA UAB

For the rst time in its 15 football seasons, two Conference USA teams were ranked in the nal poll of the season. UCF was ranked No. 21 and Tulsa was No. 24 in the nal AP poll. It was the rst time the Knights had ever been ranked in the nal poll, while the Golden Hurricane were ranked at the end of the season for the rst time since 1991.Conference USA sent six teams to bowl games for the fth time in six seasons. UCFs 10-6 win over Georgia in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl marked the schools rst-ever bowl victory.Tulsas Damaris Johnson became the NCAAs active leader in all-purpose yards during the Golden Hurricanes Sheraton Hawaii Bowl victory at No. 25 Hawaii and nished the game with 7,796 yards. He broke the FBS record for career kicko return yardage earlier in the season and closed the year with 3,417 kicko return yards.UCF DE Bruce Miller became just the second player in league history to win Defensive Player of the Year honors in back-to-back season and closed his career ranked fth all-time in sacks in FBS history with 35.5.East Carolina QB Dominique Davis was named C-USA Newcomer of the Year after helping set 15 single-season school oensive records. He led the nation in completions and ranked second in points responsible for per game and third in touchdown passes.Southern Miss equaled a school record by posting its 17th consecutive winning season.Rice S Travis Bradshaw was an Academic All-American and ve C-USA players were Academic All-District selections.Rice joined Northwestern in sharing the American Football Coaches Associations 2010 Academic Achievement Award for having a graduation rate of better than 90 percent among its student-athletes. Four other C-USA schools were among those recognized by the AFCA for having graduation rates higher than 75 percent.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

W 51-49 W 49-27 L 27-49 L 17-42 W 44-43 W 33-27 (ot) W 37-10 L 35-49 L 35-76 W 54-42 L 38-62 L 38-45 (ot) L 20-51

1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 5-4 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7

SMU (7-7, 6-2 C-USA)


S5 S11 S18 S24 O2 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N20 N27 D4 D30

at Texas Tech UAB WASHINGTON STATE (4) TCU at Rice TULSA at Navy HOUSTON at Tulane at UTEP MARSHALL at East Carolina at (25) UCF (C-USA Champ.) vs. Army (Armed Forces Bowl)

L 27-35 W 28-7 W 35-21 L 24-41 W 42-31 W 21-18 L 21-28 L 20-45 W 31-17 L 14-28 W 31-17 W 45-38 (OT) L 7-17 L 14-16

0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 5-4 5-5 6-5 7-5 7-6 7-7

UAB (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


S2 S11 S18 S25 O6 O16 O23 O30 N6 N11 N20 N27 FLORIDA ATLANTIC at SMU TROY at Tennessee at UCF UTEP at Mississippi State at Southern Miss MARSHALL EAST CAROLINA MEMPHIS at Rice

L 31-32 L 7-28 W 34-33 L 29-32 (ot) L 7-42 W 21-6 L 24-29 W 50-49 (2ot) L 17-31 L 42-54 W 31-15 L 23-28

0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 3-5 3-6 3-7 4-7 4-8

East Division x-EAST CAROLINA UCF Southern Miss Marshall UAB Memphis West Division Houston SMU UTEP Tulsa Rice Tulane

2009 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 5-0 254 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 3-2 255 5-3 .625 4-0 1-3 3-2 256 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 2-3 197 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 2-3 231 1-7 .125 1-3 0-4 0-5 165

Opp 149 145 200 185 228 272 Opp 242 219 269 242 322 296

All Games W-L Pct. 9-5 .643 8-5 .615 7-6 .538 7-6 .538 5-7 .417 2-10 .167 All Games W-L Pct. 10-4 .714 8-5 .615 4-8 .333 5-7 .417 2-10 .167 3-9 .250

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

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

Pts 378 340 428 286 333 262 Pts 591 380 358 351 219 193

Opp 307 293 336 320 388 418 Opp 421 359 402 328 519 440

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 4-1 379 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 4-1 228 3-5 .375 3-1 0-4 2-3 289 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 2-3 230 2-6 .250 2-2 0-4 2-3 154 1-7 .125 1-3 0-4 1-4 131

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (9-5, 7-1 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O27 N5 N15 N21 N28 D5 J2

ANNUAL STANDINGS

APPALACHIAN STATE W 29-24 at West Virginia L 20-35 at (19) North Carolina L 17-31 UCF W 19-14 at Marshall W 21-17 at SMU L 21-28 RICE W 49-13 at Memphis W 38-19 (22) VIRGINIA TECH L 3-16 at Tulsa W 44-17 UAB W 37-21 SOUTHERN MISS W 25-20 (18) HOUSTON (C-USA Championship) W 38-32 vs. Arkansas (Liberty Bowl) L 17-20 NORTHWESTERN STATE at (5) Oklahoma State TEXAS TECH at UTEP at Mississippi State at Tulane SMU SOUTHERN MISS at Tulsa at UCF MEMPHIS RICE at East Carolina (C-USA Champ.) vs. Air Force (Armed Forces Bowl) W 55-7 W 45-35 W 29-28 L 41-58 W 31-24 W 44-16 W 38-15 W 50-43 W 46-45 L 32-37 W 55-14 W 73-14 L 32-38 L 20-47 W 31-28 L 10-52 W 17-10 W 27-16 L 17-21 W 31-10 L 7-24 W 27-7 L 20-21 L 20-27 W 34-31 L 21-52 W 21-17 L 14-45 L 14-31 W 41-14 L 16-27 L 14-32 W 35-20 L 16-36 L 19-38 L 28-56 L 21-31 L 14-55 L 30-33 (ot) L 24-44 L 10-55 L 24-41 L 17-36 L 10-27 L 14-63 L 13-49 L 7-49 L 28-31 W 28-20 W 30-29 L 14-73

1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 9-5 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 8-2 9-2 10-2 10-3 10-4 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 6-5 6-6 7-6 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 1-9 2-9 2-10

SMU (8-5, 6-2 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28 D24 S5 S12 S19 S26 O1 O10 O17 O24 O31 N14 N21 N28 D20

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at UAB at Washington State at (10) TCU EAST CAROLINA NAVY at (17) Houston at Tulsa RICE UTEP at Marshall TULANE vs. Nevada (Hawaii Bowl)

W 31-23 W 35-33 L 27-30 (OT) L 14-39 W 28-21 L 35-38 (OT) L 15-38 W 27-13 W 31-28 W 35-31 L 31-34 W 26-21 W 45-10

1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 8-5 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 5-7

UAB (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 S26 O1 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28 S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O17 O24 N1 N7 N14 N21 N28 D19 RICE SMU at Troy at Texas A&M SOUT=HERN MISS at Mississippi at Marshall at UTEP FLORIDA ATLANTIC at Memphis at East Carolina UCF

W 44-24 L 33-35 L 14-27 L 19-56 W 30-17 L 48-13 L 7-27 W 38-33 W 56-29 W 31-21 L 21-37 L 27-34 W 28-24 L 19-26 W 23-17 L 14-19 W 32-14 L 7-27 W 49-7 W 21-20 L 3-35 W 37-32 W 49-0 W 34-27 L 24-45 L 17-23 L 7-34 W 38-12 L 7-64 W 58-41 L 20-35 W 28-24 L 33-28 L 38-45 (ot) L 31-35 L 29-30 W 52-21

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 5-5 5-6 5-7 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 4-8

HOUSTON (10-4, 6-2 C-USA)


S5 S12 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28 D5 D31 S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 N1 N14 N21 N28 D26

SOUTHERN MISS (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)

UCF (8-5, 6-2 C-USA)

110

ALCORN STATE W 52-0 UCF W 26-19 VIRGINIA W 37-34 at (19) Kansas L 28-35 at UAB L 17-30 at Louisville L 23-25 MEMPHIS W 36-16 TULANE W 43-6 at (15) Houston L 43-50 at Marshall W 27-20 TULSA W 44-34 at East Carolina L 20-25 vs. Middle Tennessee (New Orleans Bowl) L 32-42 TULSA (9) BYU McNEESE STATE at Army MARSHALL (23) HOUSTON at Southern Miss at (10) LSU UTEP at Rice at UCF at SMU L 13-37 L 3-54 W 42-32 W 17-16 L 10-31 L 16-44 L 6-43 L 0-42 W 45-38 (ot) L 20-28 L 0-49 L 21-26 W 37-13 W 44-10 L 0-45 W 56-3 W 27-10 L 21-28 L 24-28 L 13-27 L 45-46 L 17-44 L 34-44 W 33-30 (ot)

SAMFORD at Southern Miss BUFFALO at East Carolina MEMPHIS (9) MIAMI (Fla.) at Rice MARSHALL at (2) Texas (12) HOUSTON TULANE at UAB vs. Rutgers (St. Petersburg Bowl) BUFFALO (24) KANSAS at New Mexico State at (2) Texas (12) HOUSTON at Memphis TULSA UAB at Tulane at SMU at Rice MARSHALL

UTEP (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O21 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28

TULANE (3-9, 1-7 C-USA)


S4 S12 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28

MARSHALL (7-6, 4-4 C-USA)


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS at (14) Virginia Tech BOWLING GREEN at Memphis EAST CAROLINA at Tulane at West Virginia UAB at UCF SOUTHERN MISS SMU at UTEP vs. Ohio (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl) (8) Mississippi at Middle Tennessee UT-MARTIN MARSHALL at UCF UTEP at Southern Miss East Carolina at Tennessee UAB at (22) Houston at Tulsa

TULSA (5-7, 3-5 C-USA)


S4 S12 S19 S26 O3 O14 O21 O31 N7 N15 N21 N27 at Tulane at New Mexico at (12) Oklahoma SAM HOUSTON STATE at Rice (5) BOISE STATE at UTEP SMU (13) HOUSTON EAST CAROLINA at Southern Miss MEMPHIS

Most Valuable Player Case Keenum, QB, Houston Oensive Player of the Year Joe Webb, QB, UAB Defensive Player of the Year Bruce Miller, DE, UCF Special Teams Player of the Year Dwayne Harris, KR/PR, East Carolina Newcomer of the Year James Cleveland, Houston Freshman of the Year Charles Sims, RB, Houston Coach of the Year Kevin Sumlin, Houston

MEMPHIS (2-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S6 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O27 N7 N14 N21 N27

RICE (2-10, 2-6 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 N7 N14 N21 N28 at UAB at Texas Tech at (16) Oklahoma State VANDERBILT TULSA NAVY at East Carolina UCF at SMU TULANE UTEP at (20) Houston

For the fourth time in ve years, Conference USA sent six teams to bowl games. SMUs 45-10 win over Nevada in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl highlighted the postseason, as the Mustangs capped o the most-improved record in the FBS by posting the schools rst bowl victory since 1984.Houstons Case Keenum won the Sammy Baugh Award, given to the nations top quarterback. He became the only the second QB in NCAA history to throw for at least 5,000 yards twice, tossing for 5,671 yards and 44 touchdowns. Keenum led the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) in pass completions (492), passing yards (5,671), total oense (416.4 ypg) and points responsible for (20.86 ppg).Tulsa WR Damaris Johnson led the FBS in all-purpose running with 224.4 yards per game.SMUs Emmanuel Sanders wrapped-up the season ranked No. 1 in active career touchdowns and active career receiving yards.UCF CB Josh Robinson tied for the national lead among freshmen in interceptions with six.Rice S Travis Bradshaw led the country in solo tackles.C-USA produced a league record nine players that rushed for more than 1,000 yards. UTEPs Donald Buckram led the group with a school-record 1,594 rushing yards, fourth in the FBS.Houston led the nation in four team statistical categories: passing oense, scoring oense, total oense and fumbles recovered.UAB QB Joe Webb became the only player to pass for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons. His 1,427 rushing yards in 2009 was the thirdhighest total by a quarterback in FBS historySMUs Margus Hunt had seven blocked kicks on the season (3 PATs, 4 FGs), the second-highest total in NCAA history.The Conference produced three Academic All-Americas and 10 Academic All-District selections. Six C-USA schools were among the 41 schools recognized by the AFCA for having graduation rates higher than 75 percent among its football student-athletes.

HIGHLIGHTS

East Division x-EAST CAROLINA SOUTHERN MISS MEMPHIS UAB UCF MARSHALL West Division TULSA RICE HOUSTON UTEP TULANE SMU

2008 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 4-1 187 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 3-2 270 4-4 .500 2-2 1-3 2-3 227 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 2-3 178 3-5 .375 1-2 2-3 2-3 137 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 2-3 184 C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 395 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 353 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 4-1 349 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 2-3 295 1-7 .125 1-2 0-5 1-4 147 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 0-5 188

Opp 156 190 209 255 204 211 Opp 247 278 256 302 305 297

All Games W-L Pct. 9-5 .643 7-6 .538 6-7 .462 4-8 .333 4-8 .333 4-8 .333 All Games W-L Pct. 11-3 .786 10-3 .769 8-5 .615 5-7 .417 2-10 .167 1-11 .083

H 3-2 3-3 4-3 2-3 2-4 3-3 H 7-1 7-0 5-1 2-3 2-4 1-5

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

Pts 328 398 353 273 199 246 Pts 661 537 528 395 200 256

Opp 295 313 358 375 289 332 Opp 391 433 402 444 414 458

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (9-5, 6-2 C-USA)


A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O11 O18 N2 N8 N15 N22 N28 D6 J2 vs. (15) Virginia Tech (8) WEST VIRGINIA at Tulane at North Carolina State HOUSTON at Virginia MEMPHIS at UCF MARSHALL at Southern Miss at UAB UTEP Tulsa (C-USA Championship) Kentucky (AutoZone Liberty Bowl) ILLINOIS STATE at (11) WISCONSIN MEMPHIS at Southern Miss at West Virginia Cincinnati at UAB HOUSTON at East Carolina UCF at Rice TULSA

HOUSTON (8-5, 6-2 C-USA)


A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O9 O18 O28 N8 N15 N22 N29 D31 A29 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O18 O25 N1 N8 N22 N29 D30 SOUTHERN at Oklahoma State AIR FORCE at Colorado State at (23) East Carolina UAB at SMU at Marshall TULANE (24) TULSA UTEP at Rice Air Force (Armed Forces Bowl)

TULSA (11-3, 7-1 C-USA)


A30 S6 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O26 N1 N15 N22 N29 D6 J6

MARSHALL (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


A30 S6 S13 S22 S27 O3 O18 O28 N8 N15 N22 N29

W 35-10 L 14-51 W 17-16 W 34-27 L 3-27 L 10-33 L 21-23 W 37-23 L 16-19 (OT) L 14-30 L 10-35 L 35-38 L 24-41 L 35-42 L 16-17 W 31-10 W 29-17 W 33-30 L 28-35 L 10-30 W 36-30 W 31-26 L 21-28 W 45-6 L 14-41 W 51-21 L 13-27 W 27-24 L 27-34 L 37-40 (2OT) L 7-24 L 40-45 L 30-36 W 70-14 W 17-6 W 21-3 W 28-12 W 30-27 (OT)

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 4-5 5-5 5-6 6-6 6-7 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 3-6 4-6 5-6 6-6 7-6

W 55-3 L 37-56 L 28-31 L 25-28 W 41-24 W 45-20 W 44-38 L 23-37 W 42-12 W 70-30 W 56-47 L 42-56 W 34-28 W 56-27 W 42-35 L 21-38 L 10-52 W 77-20 L 28-53 W 45-40 W 42-17 W 49-44 W 38-31 W 35-10 W 56-42 W 38-14 L 27-56 W 47-36 L 7-43 L 7-48 L 27-34 L 17-31 L 31-37 L 38-44 L 7-34 L 26-31 L 10-36 L 12-28

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5 8-5 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11

MEMPHIS (6-7, 4-4 C-USA)


A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O2 O12 O18 O25 N8 N22 N29 D20 A30 S6 S13 S20 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N29 D21

RICE (10-3, 7-1 C-USA)

at UAB at North Texas NEW MEXICO CENTRAL ARKANSAS RICE at SMU UTEP UCF at Arkansas at Houston TULANE at Marshall EAST CAROLINA (C-USA Champ.) (22) Ball State (GMAC Bowl)

W 45-22 W 56-26 W 56-14 W 62-34 W 63-28 W 37-31 W 77-35 W 49-19 L 23-30 L 30-70 W 56-7 W 38-35 L 24-27 W 45-13 L 17-42 L 13-42 L 33-34 W 58-13 W 40-37 (2OT) W 24-21 L 35-77 L 44-49 W 37-24 W 36-10 L 47-56 L 21-53

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0 8-1 8-2 9-2 10-2 10-3 11-3 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 4-5 5-5 5-6 5-7

at Mississippi RICE at Marshall NICHOLLS STATE ARKANSAS STATE at UAB LOUISVILLE at East Carolina SOUTHERN MISS at SMU UCF TULANE South Florida (St. Petersburg Bowl) LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at (9) Auburn at Arkansas State MARSHALL UTEP (15) BOISE STATE at Rice at Memphis UAB at UCF EAST CAROLINA at SMU Troy (New Orleans Bowl)

SMU at Memphis at Vanderbilt at (7) Texas NORTH TEXAS at Tulsa SOUTHERN MISS at Tulane at UTEP ARMY MARSHALL HOUSTON Western Michigan (Texas Bowl) at Rice TEXAS STATE at (12) Texas Tech TCU at Tulane at UCF TULSA HOUSTON at Navy MEMPHIS at UTEP SOUTHERN MISS

UTEP (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)

SOUTHERN MISS (7-6, 4-4 C-USA)

SMU (1-11, 0-8 C-USA)


A29 S6 S13 S20 S25 O4 O11 O18 O25 N8 N15 N29

A28 at Bualo S6 (9) TEXAS S20 New Mexico State S27 UCF O4 at Southern Miss O11 TULANE O18 at (19) Tulsa N1 RICE N8 at Louisiana-Lafayette (CSS) N15 SMU N22 at Houston N28 at East Carolina Most Valuable Player Chase Clement, QB, Rice Oensive Player of the Year Case Keenum, QB, Houston Defensive Player of the Year Phillip Hunt, DL, Houston Special Teams Player of the Year Joe Burnett, PR/KR, UCF Newcomer of the Year Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis Freshman of the Year Bryce Beall, RB, Houston Coach of the Year David Baili, Rice

UAB (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


A30 TULSA S6 at Florida Atlantic S13 at Tennessee S20 ALABAMA STATE S27 at South Carolina O2 MEMPHIS O9 at Houston O18 MARSHALL N1 at Southern Miss N15 at Tulane N22 EAST CAROLINA N29 at UCF

L 22-45 0-1 L 34-49 0-2 L 3-35 0-3 W 45-10 1-3 L 13-26 1-4 L 30-33 1-5 L 20-45 1-6 W 23-21 2-6 L 14-70 2-7 W 41-24 3-7 L 13-17 3-8 W 15-0 4-8

Conference USA sent six teams to bowl games. C-USA teams posted wins in four of those games, the most bowl wins in a single-season in league history.For the rst time in league history, Conference USA posted three victories over nationally-ranked teams in the same season.Three C-USA individuals and two C-USA teams led the nation in a statistical category. Included was Tulsa leading the nation in total oense for the second consecutive season, while Houston QB Case Keenum led the FBS in total oense, UAB DB Kevin Sanders led the country in interceptions.Two Conference USA teams set or tied new school records for victories in a season. Tulsa nished 11-3, becoming the rst C-USA team since 2004 to win 11 games. Rice matched its school record with 10 victories, including seven straight to end the season.Conference USA was one of two FBS conferences that averaged more than 400 yards of total oense in 2008, with league teams averaging 401.8 yards per game. Only the Big 12, at 439.6 ypg., was higher. C-USA also trailed only the Big 12 in touchdown passes per game, with C-USA teams throwing 2.04 per outing to the Big 12s 2.33. C-USA nished second among FBS conferences in scoring at 28.8 points per game, trailing only the Big 12 at 35.6 ppg. C-USA ran more total plays per game (69.9) than any conference other than the Big 12 (71.0).East Carolina and Tulsa were both nationally-ranked, giving C-USA two nationally-ranked teams for the rst time since 2004.Rices passing duo of Chase Clement and Jarett Dillard became the most productive passing combination in NCAA history on Sept. 27 against North Texas, breaking the previous record of 39. Clement and Dillard went on to nish with 52 career TDs as a tandem. Dillard became the rst player in NCAA history to catch 20 or more touchdowns in two dierent seasons, nishing his career with a C-USA-record-tying 60 scores.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

W 27-22 W 24-3 W 28-24 L 24-30 (OT) L 24-41 L 20-35 W 30-10 W 13-10 (OT) W 19-16 (OT) L 3-21 W 17-13 W 53-21 W 27-24 L 19-23

1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 9-5

UCF (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


A30 S6 S20 S27 O4 O11 O26 N2 N8 N15 N22 N29

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (17) SOUTH FLORIDA at Boston College at UTEP SMU at Miami (Fla.) at (18) Tulsa EAST CAROLINA SOUTHERN MISS at Marshall at Memphis UAB

W 17-0 L 24-31 L 7-34 L 14-58 W 41-17 L 14-20 L 19-49 L 10-13 (OT) L 6-17 W 30-14 W 28-21 L 0-15

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 3-7 4-7 4-8

TULANE (2-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S6 S13 S20 S25 O4 O11 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22 N29 at (13) Alabama (14) EAST CAROLINA LOUISIANA-MONROE SMU ARMY (Tad Gormley Stadium) at UTEP RICE at (15) LSU at Houston UAB Tulsa at Memphis

L 6-20 L 24-28 W 24-10 W 34-27 L 13-44 L 21-24 L 17-42 L 10-35 L 14-42 L 24-41 L 7-56 L 6-45

0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10

111

East Division x UCF EAST CAROLINA MEMPHIS SOUTHERN MISS MARSHALL UAB West Division TULSA HOUSTON TULANE RICE UTEP SMU

2007 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 4-1 349 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 3-2 294 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 3-2 259 5-3 .625 1-3 4-0 3-2 254 3-5 .375 3-1 0-4 2-3 223 1-7 .125 1-3 0-4 0-5 158 C-USA

Opp 196 227 282 183 244 302

All Games W-L Pct. 10-4 .714 8-5 .615 7-6 .538 7-6 .538 3-9 .250 2-10 .167 All Games

H 6-1 4-2 4-3 3-3 3-3 2-3

A 4-3 4-3 3-3 4-3 0-6 0-7

Pts 502 403 380 361 298 235

Opp 372 395 419 314 411 421

W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 4-1 328 251 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 4-1 288 248 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 3-2 215 256 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 2-3 308 340 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 2-3 286 353 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 0-5 251 331

W-L Pct. H A Pts Opp 10-4 .714 5-1 5-3 576 467 8-5 .615 5-1 3-4 449 379 4-8 .333 2-5 2-3 293 375 3-9 .250 1-5 2-4 377 515 4-8 .333 3-3 1-5 403 445 1-11 .083 1-5 0-6 340 47

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (8-5, 6-2 C-USA)


S1 at (9) Virginia Tech S8 NORTH CAROLINA S15 SOUTHERN MISS S22 at (5) West Virginia S29 at Houston O6 UCF O13 at UTEP O20 NORTH CAROLINA STATE O27 UAB N3 at Memphis N10 at Marshall N24 TULANE D23 (22) Boise State (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) S1 S8 S15 S22 O2 O13 O21 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 at Miami (Fla.) (3) WEST VIRGINIA NEW HAMPSHIRE at Cincinnati at Memphis at Tulsa SOUTHERN MISS RICE at UCF EAST CAROLINA at Houston UAB

ANNUAL STANDINGS

L 7-17 W 34-31 L 21-28 L 7-48 W 37-35 W 52-38 W 45-42 (ot) L 20-34 W 41-6 W 56-40 L 7-26 W 35-12 W 41-38 L 3-31 L 23-48 L 35-48 L 14-40 L 21-24 L 31-38 L 24-33 W 34-21 L 13-47 W 26-7 L 28-35 W 46-39 L 21-23 W 35-14 L 20-56 L 31-35 W 24-21 L 7-21 W 38-35 W 28-27 L 40-56 W 29-26 W 25-9 W 55-52 (3ot) L 27-44

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 8-5 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 1-7 1-8 2-8 2-9 3-9 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 4-5 5-5 6-5 7-5 7-6 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 5-5 6-5 7-5 7-6 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10

UCF (10-4, 7-1 C-USA)


S1 S15 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O28 N3 N10 N17 N24 D1 D29 S1 S15 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N4 N10 N17 N24 D28

MARSHALL (3-9, 3-5 C-USA)

at North Carolina State (6) TEXAS MEMPHIS LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at East Carolina at (5) USF TULSA at Southern Miss MARSHALL at UAB at SMU UTEP TULSA (C-USA Championship) Mississippi State (AutoZone Liberty Bowl) at Oregon at Tulane COLORADO STATE EAST CAROLINA at Alabama RICE at UAB at UTEP SMU at Tulsa MARSHALL TEXAS SOUTHERN TCU (Texas Bowl) NICHOLLS STATE at Baylor TEXAS TECH at (7) Texas at Southern Miss at Houston MEMPHIS at Marshall UTEP at SMU TULANE TULSA TEXAS TECH NORTH TEXAS at Arkansas State at TCU UTEP at Southern Miss TULANE at Tulsa at Houston RICE UCF at Memphis

W 25-23 L 32-35 W 56-20 W 37-19 L 38-52 L 12-64 W 44-23 W 34-17 W 47-13 W 45-31 W 49-20 W 36-20 W 44-25 L 3-10

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 10-4 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 2-7 3-7 3-8 3-9 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11

TULANE (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 A30 S15 S21 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 D1 J6 MISSISSIPPI STATE HOUSTON SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA (2) LSU at Army at UAB at SMU MEMPHIS TULSA UTEP at Rice at East Carolina at Louisiana-Monroe BYU (4) OKLAHOMA UAB at UTEP MARSHALL at UCF SMU at Tulane HOUSTON at Army at Rice at UCF (C-USA Championship) Bowling Green (GMAC Bowl) NEW MEXICO at Texas Tech at New Mexico State TEXAS SOUTHERN at SMU TULSA EAST CAROLINA HOUSTON at Rice at Tulane SOUTHERN MISS at UCF

L 17-38 L 10-34 W 35-27 L 9-34 L 17-20 (ot) L 21-26 W 41-34 (ot) L 27-28 L 25-49 W 34-19 W 45-31 L 12-35 W 35-17 W 55-47 L 21-62 W 38-30 L 47-48 W 38-31 L 23-44 W 29-23 W 49-25 W 56-7 W 49-39 W 48-43 L 25-44 W 63-7 W 10-6 L 31-45 L 24-29 W 52-12 W 48-45 (ot) W 48-47 L 42-45 (ot) L 31-34 L 48-56 L 19-34 L 30-56 L 20-36

0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 2-7 3-7 4-7 4-8 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 9-4 10-4 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8

TULSA (10-4, 6-2 C-USA)

HOUSTON (8-5, 6-2 C-USA)

112

MEMPHIS (7-6, 6-2 C-USA)


S1 MISSISSIPPI S15 JACKSONVILLE STATE S22 at UCF S27 at Arkansas State O2 MARSHALL O13 MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE O20 at Rice O27 at Tulane N3 EAST CAROLINA N10 at Southern Miss N17 UAB N24 SMU D21 FAU (R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl) S1 TENNESSEE-MARTIN S8 at (24) Tennessee S15 at East Carolina S27 at Boise State O3 RICE O13 SMU O21 at Marshall O28 UCF N3 at UAB N10 MEMPHIS N17 at UTEP N24 ARKANSAS STATE D22 (20) Cincinnati (Papajohns.com Bowl)

L 27-48 W 34-10 W 38-27 L 35-37 L 20-34 W 56-48 W 49-10 W 34-31 W 38-28 L 7-56 W 35-28 W 59-6 L 13-20 L 14-16 L 17-42 L 24-59 L 14-58 W 31-29 L 48-56 L 25-38 L 21-34 W 56-48 W 43-42 L 31-45 L 43-48 L 9-49 W 45-31 L 28-45 L 7-21 L 45-48 (ot) L 7-28 L 34-41 (ot) L 23-29 L 28-38 L 42-43 L 20-49 L 52-55 (3ot)

RICE (3-9, 3-5 C-USA)


S1 S8 S15 S22 O3 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 S3 S8 S15 S22 S29 O13 O20 O27 N4 N10 N17 N24

UTEP (4-8, 2-6 C-USA)


S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O13 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24

SOUTHERN MISS (7-6, 6-3 C-USA)

W 35-13 L 9-39 W 28-21 L 16-38 L 29-31 W 28-7 W 33-24 L 17-34 W 37-7 L 26-29 W 56-30 W 16-10 L 21-31

SMU (1-11, 0-8 C-USA)

Oensive Player of the Year Paul Smith, Tulsa Defensive Player of the Year Gerald McRath, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year Chris Johnson, East Carolina Freshman of the Year Case Keenum Houston Coach of the Year George OLeary, UCF

UAB (2-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S1 S8 S15 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 at Michigan State at Florida State ALCORN STATE at Tulsa at Mississippi State TULANE HOUSTON at East Carolina SOUTHERN MISS UCF at Memphis at Marshall

L 18-55 L 24-34 W 22-0 L 30-38 L 13-30 W 26-21 L 10-49 L 6-41 L 7-37 L 31-45 L 9-25 L 39-46

Conference USA became just the second conference to produce a pair of 2,000-yard rushers in the same season when UCFs Kevin Smith and Tulanes Matt Fort both accomplished the rushing feat. Smith and Forte are just the 12th and 13th players in FBS history to reach the 2,000-yard mark and they nished rst and second among the 2007 NCAA rushing leaders.UCFs Kevin Smith was named a consensus All-American, the leagues rst since 2003.Tulsa QB Paul Smith led C-USA and nished second in the NCAA in total oense at 370.3 yards per game. In addition to his league-record 47 TD passes, he also rushed for 13 scores. Smith threw for over 300 yards in all 14 games and threw for three or more TDs in 11 games.Conference USA players produced the top individual rushing performance (342 yards by Tulanes Matt Forte on Oct. 20 vs. SMU) and the top individual receiving performance (346 yards by Houstons Donnie Avery on Oct. 13 vs. Rice) in the FBS during the 2007 season. C-USA is the rst conference in major college football history to have a 300-yard rusher and a 300-yard receiver in the same season. Against Rice on Oct. 13 Houstons Avery had 345 receiving yards and Anthony Alridge had 205 yards rushing (and four TDs). It was the rst time ever in major college football history that a team produced a 200-yard rusher and 300-yard receiver in the same game.The league produced six bowl teams for only the second time in its history. Tulsa defeated Bowling Green, 63-7 in the GMAC Bowl to establish a new NCAA record for victory margin in a bowl game and East Carolina defeated No. 22 Boise State, 41-38 in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. Houston, Memphis, Southern Miss and UCF also participated in bowl games.Tulsa QB Paul Smith was named the winner of the third annual Wuerel Trophy, presented to the college football player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement.

HIGHLIGHTS

East Division SOUTHERN MISS EAST CAROLINA MARSHALL UCF UAB MEMPHIS West Division x- HOUSTON RICE TULSA SMU UTEP TULANE

2006 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 4-1 213 5-3 .625 3-1 2-2 4-1 188 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 2-3 233 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 3-2 173 2-6 .250 2-2 0-4 2-3 177 1-7 .125 0-4 1-3 0-5 193

Opp 132 154 222 211 220 256

All Games W-L Pct. 9-5 .643 7-6 .538 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 2-10 .167 All Games W-L 10-4 7-6 8-5 6-6 5-7 4-8 Pct. .714 .538 .615 .500 .417 .333

H 5-1 4-2 4-1 2-5 3-3 1-6

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

Pts 356 280 311 232 225 281

Opp 260 270 351 345 297 365

C-USA W-L 7-1 6-2 5-3 4-4 3-5 2-6 Pct. .875 .750 .625 .500 .375 .250 H 4-0 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 A Div. 3-1 5-0 3-1 3-2 2-2 2-3 1-3 2-3 1-3 2-3 0-4 1-4 Pts 275 255 226 216 202 130 Opp 173 244 155 212 246 256

H 7-1 3-1 5-1 5-1 3-3 3-2

A 3-3 4-5 3-4 1-5 2-4 1-6

Pts 458 350 360 325 328 224

Opp 329 432 262 294 375 400

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 O7 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18 N25 D23 S2 S9 S16 S23 O4 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18 N25 at Navy at UAB MEMPHIS (4) WEST VA. VIRGINIA TULSA SMU at Southern Miss at UCF MARSHALL at Rice at N. Carolina St. vs. USF (Papajohns.com Bowl) at (5) West Virginia HOFSTRA at Kansas State at (17) Tennessee (Wed.) UCF at SMU at UAB MEMPHIS TULANE at East Carolina UTEP at Southern Miss

HOUSTON (10-4, 7-1 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18 D1 D29 at Rice TULANE GRAMBLING OKLAHOMA STATE at Miami (Fla.) LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at Southern Miss UTEP UCF TULSA at SMU at Memphis SOUTHERN MISS (C-USA Championship Game) vs. South Carolina (AutoZone Liberty Bowl)

MARSHALL (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)

L 10-42 W 54-31 L 7-23 L 7-33 L 22-23 L 21-31 W 31-24 W 41-27 W 42-21 L 20-33 W 49-21 L 7-42 L 25-28 W 33-14 L 20-35 L 7-41 L 29-35 L 23-26 L 14-35 L 27-41 L 21-42 L 24-26 L 20-23 (ot) W 38-19 L 7-34 W 45-0 W 37-17 W 19-14 L 6-20 W 31-27 L 6-36 L 17-20 (ot) W 42-21 W 31-3 W 25-20 W 42-7 L 20-34 W 28-7

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 5-6 5-7 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 2-10 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 9-5

W 31-30 W 45-7 W 42-22 W 34-25 L 13-14 L 28-31 L 27-31 W 34-17 W 51-31 W 27-10 W 37-27 W 23-20 W 34-20 L 36-44

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-1 4-2 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 10-4

TULSA (8-5, 5-3 C-USA)


A31 S9 S16 S23 O3 O14 O21 O27 N4 N11 N18 N24 D23

MEMPHIS (2-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S3 S9 S16 S30 O7 O14 O21 O28 N5 N11 N18 N25 S2 S9 S16 S26 O3 O14 O21 O28 N5 N11 N18 N25 D1 J7 (Sun.) at Mississippi CHATTANOOGA at East Carolina (15) TENNESSEE at UAB ARKANSAS STATE TULSA at Marshall (Sun.) SOUTHERN MISS UCF HOUSTON at UTEP

(Thu.) STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at BYU NORTH TEXAS at Navy (Tue.) SOUTHERN MISS at East Carolina at Memphis (Fri.) UTEP at Houston RICE at SMU (Fri.) TULANE vs. Utah (Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl) (Thu.) at San Diego State (25) TEXAS TECH at New Mexico NEW MEXICO STATE SMU TULANE at Houston (Fri.) at Tulsa RICE (Fri.) at UAB at Marshall MEMPHIS

W L W W W W W W L L L W L

45-7 24-49 28-3 24-23 (ot) 20-6 31-10 35-14 30-20 10-27 38-41 (2ot) 24-34 31-3 13-25

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 8-4 8-5

RICE (7-6, 6-2 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 N4 N11 N18 N25 D22

UTEP (5-7, 3-5 C-USA)


L 30-31 L 16-26 L 7-52 L 7-55 W 48-14 L 24-38 W 34-33 W 40-29 W 37-31 W 41-38 (2ot) W 18-17 W 31-27 L 24-412 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 2-5 3-5 4-5 5-5 6-5 7-5 7-6 A31 S9 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O27 N4 N10 N18 N25

SOUTHERN MISS (9-5, 6-2 C-USA)


at (7) Florida SOUTHEASTERN LA. NORTH CAROLINA STATE (Tue.) at UCF (Tue.) at Tulsa HOUSTON at Virginia Tech EAST CAROLINA (Sun.) at Memphis at Tulane UAB MARSHALL at Houston (C-USA Championship Game) vs. Ohio ) (GMAC Bowl) at (10) Oklahoma EAST CAROLINA at (9) Georgia MISSISSIPPI STATE TROY MEMPHIS at Rice MARSHALL (Tue.)at SMU (Fri.) UTEP at Southern Miss at UCF

HOUSTON at UCLA *(8) TEXAS at (17) Florida St. at Army at Tulane UAB at UCF at UTEP at Tulsa EAST CAROLINA SMU vs. Troy (R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl) at (25) Texas Tech at North Texas SAM HOUSTON STATE ARKANSAS STATE at Tulane at UTEP MARSHALL at East Carolina (Tue.) UAB HOUSTON TULSA at Rice

W 34-27 L 35-38 (ot) L 13-26 W 44-38 W 24-21 W 34-20 L 17-34 L 20-30 L 31-37 W 36-17 L 21-49 L 19-38

1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 5-5 5-6 5-7

SMU (6-6, 4-4 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O31 N11 N18 N25

Oensive Player of the Year Kevin Kolb, Houston Defensive Players of the Year Albert McClellan, Marshall Nick Bunting, Tulsa Special Teams Player of the Year Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP Freshman of the Year Justin Willis, SMU Coaches of the Year Art Briles, Houston Todd Graham, Rice

L 3-35 L 6-24 W 45-14 W 55-9 W 33-28 L 21-24 W 31-21 L 21-38 W 22-9 L 27-37 W 34-24 L 27-31

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

UAB (3-9, 2-6 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O31 N10 N18 N25

L 17-24 W 17-12 L 0-34 L 10-16 (ot) W 21-3 W 35-29 L 33-34 L 24-31 L 9-22 L 17-36 L 20-25 L 2-31

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9

Two C-USA teams (East Carolina and UCF) set new school records for single-season home attendance.Houston established a new Robertson Stadium record for attendance when it hosted the second annual Conference USA Football Championship Game on December 1.The Cougars defeated Southern Miss in the game, 34-20, for its rst conference title since the leagues inaugural season in 1996.Led by C-USA Oensive Player of the Year QB Kevin Kolb, the Cougars posted their highest win total since 1990 and represented C-USA in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. Houston was joined by Southern Miss (GMAC), Tulsa (Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl), East Carolina (Papajohns.com) and Rice (R+L Carriers New Orleans) in postseason play.Rices bowl appearance was its rst since 1961, ending the nations second-longest postseason drought, while becoming the nations second most-improved team. Sophomore wide receiver Jarett Dillard was a big contributor to the Owls turnaround season, leading the nation in touchdown receptions with 21, scoring at least one TD in each game.The league was sparked by two of the most productive freshmen in Division I-A. Southern Miss RB Damion Fletcher led all true freshmen in rushing yards with 1,388, while also scoring 11 touchdowns. SMU redshirt QB Justin Willis re-wrote the Mustangs passing records, throwing for 2,047 yards, a school-record 26 touchdown passes and just six interceptions.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

L 23-28 L 12-17 W 35-20 L 10-27 W 31-21 L 10-31 W 38-21 W 20-17 (ot) W 23-10 W 33-20 L 17-18 W 21-16 L 7-24

0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5 7-6

UCF (4-8, 3-5 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S26 O4 O13 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18 N25

VILLANOVA at (7) Florida USF (Tue.) SOUTHERN MISS (Wed.) at Marshall (Fri.) PITTSBURGH RICE at Houston EAST CAROLINA at Memphis at Tulane UAB

W 35-16 L 0-42 L 17-24 L 14-19 W 23-22 L 7-52 L 29-40 L 31-51 L 10-23 W 26-24 L 9-10 W 31-22

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 3-7 3-8 4-8

TULANE (4-8, 2-6 C-USA)


S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18 N24 at Houston at Mississippi State at (10) LSU SMU RICE at UTEP at (7) Auburn ARMY at Marshall SOUTHERN MISS UCF (Fri.) at Tulsa

L 7-45 W 32-29 L 7-49 L 28-33 W 38-24 L 20-34 L 13-38 W 42-28 L 21-42 L 3-31 W 10-9 L 3-31

0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 3-6 3-7 4-7 4-8

113

East Division UCF MEMPHIS SOUTHERN MISS EAST CAROLINA UAB MARSHALL West Division x- TULSA UTEP HOUSTON SMU TULANE RICE

2005 STANDINGS

C-USA W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts 7-1 .875 4-1 4-0 3-1 245 5-3 .625 3-2 3-1 2-2 207 5-3 .625 4-1 2-2 3-1 238 4-4 .500 2-3 2-2 2-2 194 3-5 .375 1-4 1-3 2-2 235 3-5 .375 1-4 2-2 1-3 135

Opp 204 201 182 232 212 199

All Games W-L Pct. 8-5 .615 7-5 .583 7-5 .583 5-6 .455 5-6 .455 4-7 .364 All Games W-L 9-4 8-4 6-6 5-6 2-9 1-10 Pct. .692 .667 .500 .455 .182 .089

H 4-1 4-2 3-2 3-2 2-3 3-3

A 4-4 3-3 4-3 2-4 3-3 1-4

Pts 373 326 355 267 307 204

Opp 373 276 272 317 264 285

C-USA W-L 6-2 5-3 4-4 4-4 1-7 1-7 Pct. .750 .625 .500 .500 .125 .125 H 2-2 4-1 3-2 3-2 1-4 1-4 A Div. 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-4 1-3 1-3 0-4 Pts 276 269 241 177 171 201 Opp 180 236 218 176 257 292

H 3-2 5-1 3-3 3-3 1-5 1-4

A 6-2 3-3 3-3 2-3 1-4 0-6

Pts 430 382 337 229 234 241

Opp 305 311 324 280 348 447

x- Conference USA Champion

EAST CAROLINA (5-6, 4-4 C-USA)


S3 S17 S 24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N12 N19 N26 S1 S10 S 24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N8 N19 N26 DUKE at Wake Forest at West Virginia SOUTHERN MISS RICE at SMU at Memphis (i) UCF at Tulsa at Marshall UAB

ANNUAL STANDINGS

W 24-21 L 34-44 L 15-20 L 7-33 W 41-28 W 24-17 L 24-27 L 20-30 L 13-45 W 34-29 W 31-23 W 36-24 L 19-21 L 13-23 W 16-13 (ot) L 14-41 W 20-19 L 3-31 W 27-26 L 24-27 (ot) L 29-34 L 3-26 L 6-10 W 59-14 L 31-37 (ot) W 27-20 L 17-38 W 35-20 W 27-24 L 20-37 L 16-20 W 24-22 W 26-3 W 38-31

O1 at Louisiana-Lafayette O8 MEMPHIS O15 at Southern Miss O21 TULANE O29 at East Carolina N5 HOUSTON N12 at UAB N19 at Rice D3 TULSA C-USA CHAMPIONSHIP GAME D24 vs. Nevada (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl)

W 24-21 W 38-17 L 31-52 W 34-24 W 30-20 W 31-29 W 27-21 W 31-28 L 27-44 L 48-49 (ot)

MARSHALL (4-7, 3-5 C-USA)


WILLIAM & MARY KANSAS STATE at UCF SMU at (3) Virginia Tech UAB at UTEP vs. Tulane SOUTHERN MISS EAST CAROLINA at Memphis

HOUSTON (6-6, 4-4 C-USA)


S1 S10 S16 O1 O8 O15 O22 N5 N13 N19 N26 D23 OREGON SAM HOUSTON STATE at UTEP at Tulsa vs. Tulane MEMPHIS at Mississippi State at UCF SOUTHERN MISS SMU RICE vs. Kansas (Fort Worth Bowl) at UCLA at (2) Texas at UAB at East Carolina TULSA NAVY UTEP at SMU TULANE UCF at Houston

MEMPHIS (7-5, 5-3 C-USA)


S5 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 N1 N12 N19 N26 D26 MISSISSIPPI CHATTANOOGA at Tulsa UTEP at UCF at Houston EAST CAROLINA UAB at Tennessee at Southern Miss MARSHALL vs. Akron (Motor City Bowl)

L 24-38 W 31-10 L 41-44 (2ot) W 30-23 W 35-14 L 20-35 W 28-16 L 29-31 W 27-24 L 24-29 W 35-18 L 13-42

O14 &- UTEP O21 at UCF O29 !MARSHALL N5 at Navy N12 at Rice N19 *TULSA N26 at Southern Miss # - Independence Stadium (Shreveport, La.) $ - Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, La.) % - Cajun Field (Lafayette, La.) & - Joe Aillet Stadium (Ruston, La.) ! - Ladd-Peebles Stadium (Mobile, Ala.) * - Malone Stadium (Monroe, La.) *Tad Gormley Stadium

L 21-45 L 24-34 L 26-27 L 21-49 L 34-42 L 14-38 L 7-26

TULSA (9-4, 6-2 C-USA)


S1 MINNESOTA S10 at (16) Oklahoma S17 at North Texas S24 MEMPHIS O1 HOUSTON O8 at Southern Miss O15 at Rice O22 SMU N5 at UTEP N12 EAST CAROLINA N19 *at Tulane D3 at UCF C-USA Championship Game (Orlando, Fla.) D31 vs. Fresno State (AutoZone Liberty Bowl) S3 S16 S24 O1 O14 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N26 D21 at New Mexico State HOUSTON NEW MEXICO at Memphis &vs. Tulane MARSHALL at Rice TULSA TEXAS SOUTHERN UAB at SMU vs. Toledo (GMAC Bowl)

114

RICE (1-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S10 S17 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N26 S3 S10 S17 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 N5 N19 N26 S4 S17 S24 O1 O8

L 10-41 L 15-31 W 54-2 W 37-31 (ot) L 23-30 W 34-17 W 41-21 W 20-13 L 38-41 W 45-13 W 38-14 W 44-27 W 31-24

L 21-63 L 10-51 L 26-45 L 28-41 L 21-41 L 9-41 L 31-38 L 7-27 W 42-34 L 28-31 L 18-35 L 23-28 W 21-10 L 8-66 L 10-31 L 13-16 (ot) W 28-27 L 17-24 L 13-20 W 27-7 W 29-24 W 40-27 L 7-28 L 14-21 W 31-10 W 28-21 L 14-35

UTEP (8-4, 5-3 C-USA)

SOUTHERN MISS (7-5, 5-3 C-USA)


S10 S17 O1 O8 O15 O21 O29 N8 N13 N19 N26 D20 at Alabama McNEESE STATE at East Carolina TULSA UCF at UAB at North Carolina State at Marshall at Houston MEMPHIS TULANE vs. Arkansas State (New Orleans Bowl)

L 21-30 W 48-20 W 33-7 L 17-34 W 52-31 W 37-28 L 17-21 W 27-24 (ot) L 24-27 L 22-24 W 26-7 W 31-19

SMU (5-6, 4-4 C-USA)


BAYLOR (22) TCU at Texas A&M TULANE at Marshall at UAB EAST CAROLINA at Tulsa RICE at Houston UTEP

W 34-17 W 44-41 (2ot) W 21-13 L 20-27 W 45-21 W 31-3 W 38-31 W 41-38 W 45-0 L 23-35 L 27-40 L 13-45

Oensive Player of the Year DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Defensive Player of the Year Kevis Coley, LB, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year Stephen Gostkowski, K, Memphis Freshman of the Year Kevin Smith, RB, UCF Coach of the Year George OLeary, UCF

TULANE (2-9, 1-7 C-USA)


at Mississippi State #MISSISSIPPI ST. at SMU $SE LOUISIANA %HOUSTON

UAB (5-6, 3-5 C-USA)


S 3 S10 S17 O1 O8 O15 O21 N1 N12 N19 N26 S1 S17 S24 at Tennessee at Troy State JACKSONVILLE STATE RICE SMU at Marshall SOUTHERN MISS at Memphis UCF at UTEP at East Carolina at South Carolina at USF MARSHALL

L 10-17 W 27-7 W 35-28 W 45-26 L 27-28 L 19-20 L 28-37 W 37-20 L 21-27 W 35-23 L 23-31 L 15-24 L 14-31 W 23-13

UCF (8-5, 7-1 C-USA)

Tulsa defeated UCF, 44-27 in the inaugural C-USA Football Championship Game presented by Xbox 360. A UCF school-record crowd of 51,978 was on hand at the Citrus Bowl for the game.C-USA sent a league-record six teams to bowl games. Tulsa won the Liberty Bowl and UTEP (GMAC), UCF (Sheraton Hawaii), Houston (Fort Worth), Southern Miss (New Orleans) and Memphis (Motor City) each participated in the postseason.Three-time C-USA Oensive Player of the Year DeAngelo Williams of Memphis closed out his career as the NCAAs all-time leader in all-purpose yards (7,573), while ranking fourth in rushing yards (6,026).UCF completed the fourth-largest turnaround in NCAA history, going from 0-11 in 2004 to 9-4 and the schools rst bowl game in 2005.Tulsa TE Garrett Mills set a new NCAA record for receiving yards by a tight end with 1,235.Following Hurricane Katrina, Tulanes displaced football team headquartered in Ruston, La., and played its home games in six dierent stadiums in Louisiana and Alabama. The squad earned the 2005 FWAA Courage Award and the 2005 Disneys Wide World of Sports Spirit Award, which is given annually to college footballs most inspirational athlete or team.Six new schools, Marshall, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, UCF and UTEP made their debuts as members of Conference USA.

HIGHLIGHTS

2004 STANDINGS
x- LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS UAB SOUTHERN MISS CINCINNATI TULANE TCU USF HOUSTON EAST CAROLINA ARMY 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-3 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 2-6 2-6

C-USA W-L Pct. .625 .625 .625 .625 .375 .375 .375 .375 .250 .250 H 3-1 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 1-3 3-1 2-2 1-3 A Pts Opp 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 453 155 2-2 276 254 2-2 241 231 2-2 238 218 2-2 254 244 1-3 204 294 1-3 235 258 2-2 233 265 0-4 197 243 0-4 177 300 1-3 222 275

All Games W-L 11-1 8-4 7-5 7-5 7-5 5-6 5-6 4-7 3-8 2-9 2-9 Pct. .917 .667 .583 .583 .583 .455 .455 .364 .273 .182 .182 H 5-0 4-1 4-1 3-2 4-1 4-2 4-2 2-4 3-2 2-3 1-4 A 6-1 3-4 3-4 3-3 3-4 1-4 1-4 2-3 0-6 0-6 1-5 Pts 597 430 372 309 344 300 362 271 230 231 260 Opp 236 375 351 298 320 361 373 351 354 439 388

x- Conference USA Champion

ARMY (2-9, 2-6 C-USA)


S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O16 O30 N6 N13 N20 D4 S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O23 O30 N6 N20 N27 D23

CINCINNATI (7-5, 5-3 C-USA)

at (9) Ohio State L 6-27 MIAMI (OHIO) W 45-26 at Syracuse L 7-9 at East Carolina W 24-19 UAB L 27-30 at Army L 29-48 MEMPHIS W 49-10 TCU W 21-10 at (21) Southern Miss W 52-24 USF W 45-23 at (7) Louisville L 7-70 vs. Marshall W 32-14 (PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl) at (10) West Virginia WAKE FOREST CINCINNATI at (22) Louisville TULANE at Southern Miss ARMY at Houston at USF MEMPHIS vs. N.C. State (in Charlotte) vs. Rice (Reliant Stadium) at (2) Oklahoma ARMY (4) MIAMI (FLA.) at Memphis at Southern Miss at TCU TULANE EAST CAROLINA at UAB (8) LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY at Army at North Carolina EAST CAROLINA at (3) Miami (Fla.) USF at Memphis TCU at Houston L 23-56 L 17-31 L 19-24 L 7-59 W 27-25 L 10-51 W 38-28 L 24-34 L 17-41 L 35-38 L 14-52

SOUTHERN MISS (7-5, 5-3 C-USA)


S1 S11 S25 O2 O7 O16 O23 N6 N12 N20 N27 D4 D23 OKLAHOMA STATE at Nebraska at Tulane at USF HOUSTON at Alabama EAST CAROLINA CINCINNATI at Memphis at TCU UAB (4) CALIFORNIA vs. North Texas (Wyndham New Orleans Bowl) NORTHWESTERN SMU at Texas Tech USF at Army at UAB HOUSTON at Cincinnati at (12) Louisville SOUTHERN MISS TULANE

EAST CAROLINA (2-9, 2-6 C-USA)


S4 S11 S25 O2 O9 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 N27 S5 S11 S18 S23 O2 O7 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 S5 S11 S25 O2 O14 O22 N4 N10 N20

W 17-9 W 21-17 W 32-14 W 27-20 W 35-29 (ot) L 3-27 W 51-10 L 24-52 L 26-30 L 17-42 W 26-21 L 16-26 W 31-10

S4 S18 S25 O2 O9 O15 O23 N3 N13 N20 N27 D24 S11 S18 S25 O2 O16 O22 N3 N13 N20 N27 D4

BAYLOR at (8) Florida State MEMPHIS at Cincinnati at Mississippi State TCU (ESPN) at Tulane USF HOUSTON at Army at Southern Miss vs. Hawaii (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) TENNESSEE TECH at South Carolina at TCU SOUTHERN MISS ARMY at (16) Louisville at UAB EAST CAROLINA at Cincinnati MEMPHIS PITTSBURGH

W 56-14 L 7-34 W 35-28 W 30-27 W 27-13 W 41-25 L 55-59 L 20-45 W 20-7 W 20-14 L 21-26 L 40-59

USF (4-7, 3-5 C-USA)


W 21-7 L 3-34 W 45-44 (2ot) L 20-27 L 35-42 L 9-41 W 45-20 W 41-17 L 23-45 L 15-31 L 14-43

TCU (5-6, 3-5 C-USA)


S2 S11 S18 S25 O2 O15 O23 O30 N10 N20 N27 S4 S11 S25 O9 O16 O23

HOUSTON (3-8, 3-5 C-USA)

L 7-10 L 13-63 W 35-21 L 13-38 L 14-41 L 29-35 (ot) L 27-34 W 24-3 W 34-24 L 7-20 L 27-65 W 28-0 W 52-21 W 34-0 W 59-7 L 38-41 W 41-9 W 56-49 W 55-28 W 65-27

W 48-45 (2ot) W 44-0 L 35-70 L 44-45 (2ot) W 21-17 L 25-41 W 34-27 L 10-21 L 28-55 W 42-17 L 31-35 L 7-28 W 39-19 L 14-32 L 25-27 L 24-49 W 59-55

Oensive Player of the Year Stefan LeFors, QB, Louisville DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Defensive Player of the Year Michael Boley, LB, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year John Eubanks, KR, Southern Miss Freshman of the Year Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville Coach of the Year Bobby Petrino, Louisville

TULANE (5-6, 3-4 C-USA)


at Mississippi State FLORIDA A&M SOUTHERN MISS at East Carolina at Memphis *UAB

LOUISVILLE (11-1, 8-0 C-USA)

Louisville nished ranked No. 6 in the Associated Press poll, marking the highest ranking that a C-USA school has ever achieved.C-USA produced ve of the top 13 individual scorers in Division I.Louisville QB Stefan LeFors led the nation in passing eciency at 181.7, nearly breaking the alltime record held by Tulanes Shaun King.Louisville topped the nation in total oense at 539.0 yards per game.Memphis made back-to-back bowl appearances for the rst time in school history, while UAB played in a bowl game for the rst time ever.Memphis RB DeAngelo Williams set a new single-season rushing record with 1,948 yards and also set a league record with 22 touchdowns.On October 23, Tulanes Lester Ricard and UABs Darrell Hackney became the rst two C-USA quarterbacks to each pass for 400 yards in a game.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

LOUISVILLE at Houston at Connecticut TCU CINCINNATI at USF at East Carolina AIR FORCE at Tulane UAB vs. Navy (Philadelphia- CBS)

L 21-52 L 21-35 L 3-40 L 17-21 W 48-29 W 42-35 L 28-38 L 22-31 L 31-45 L 14-20 L 13-42

N27 D4 D31 S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O16 O23 N4 N12 N20 N27 D23

CINCINNATI at Tulane vs. (10) Boise State (AutoZone Liberty Bowl) at Mississippi CHATTANOOGA at Arkansas State at UAB HOUSTON TULANE at Cincinnati (14) LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN MISS at East Carolina at USF vs. Bowling Green (GMAC Bowl)

W 70-7 W 55-7 W 44-40

MEMPHIS (8-4, 5-3 C-USA)

W 20-13 W 52-21 W 47-35 L 28-35 W 41-14 W 49-24 L 10-49 L 49-56 W 30-26 W 38-35 W 31-15 L 35-52

O30 N6 N13 N27 D4

at Houston NAVY ARMY at TCU (7) LOUISVILLE *Tad Gormley Stadium

L 3-24 W 42-10 W 45-31 W 35-31 L 7-55

UAB (7-5, 5-3 C-USA)

115

2003 STANDINGS
TCU LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS USF HOUSTON UAB TULANE CINCINNATI EAST CAROLINA ARMY 7-1 5-3 5-3 5-3 4-4 4-4 3-5 2-6 1-7 0-8

C-USA W-L Pct. .875 .625 .625 .625 .500 .500 .375 .250 .125 .000 H 4-0 3-1 2-2 2-2 1-3 2-2 1-3 2-2 0-4 0-4 A Pts Opp 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 226 117 3-1 269 202 2-2 289 242 3-1 217 138 3-1 177 160 3-1 286 301 2-2 189 190 2-2 244 274 0-4 190 216 1-3 174 280 0-4 127 268

All Games W-L 9-4 11-2 9-4 9-4 7-4 7-6 5-7 5-7 5-7 1-11 0-13 Pct. .692 .846 .692 .692 .636 .538 .417 .417 .417 .083 .000 H 5-1 6-1 5-1 4-2 4-2 3-3 2-3 3-3 4-2 0-6 0-6 A 4-3 5-1 4-3 5-2 3-2 4-3 3-4 2-4 1-5 1-5 0-7 Pts 291 380 450 393 276 448 249 337 303 217 206 Opp 226 276 361 250 224 468 287 424 319 428 476

x- SOUTHERN MISS

x- Conference USA Champion

ARMY (0-13, 0-8 C-USA)


S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22 D6 CONNECTICUT RUTGERS TULANE USF at (20) TCU at Louisville EAST CAROLINA at Cincinnati at UAB at Air Force HOUSTON at Hawaii vs. Navy (in Philadelphia) EAST CAROLINA at West Virginia TEMPLE at Miami (Ohio) SOUTHERN MISS at UAB ARMY at USF RHODE ISLAND at (9) TCU at Memphis LOUISVILLE

ANNUAL STANDINGS

L 21-48 L 21-36 L 33-50 L 0-28 L 0-27 L 10-34 L 32-38 L 29-33 L 9-24 L 3-31 L 14-34 L 28-59 L 6-34 W 40-3 W 15-13 W 30-24 (3ot) L 37-42 L 20-22 L 14-31 W 33-29 L 17-24 (2ot) W 31-24 L 10-43 L 16-21 L 40-43 L 3-40 L 7-48 L 3-38 L 16-34 L 13-27 L 17-28 W 38-32 L 20-36 L 24-41 L 37-38 (ot) L 18-28 L 21-38 W 48-14 L 3-50 W 21-14 W 42-35 W 27-13 W 45-42 L 14-45 L 55-62 L 10-31 W 34-14 L 45-66 W 56-28 L 48-54 (3ot)

O4 O11 O17 O25 N5 N15 N22 N28 D18 A30 S6 S13 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N15 N22 N29 D16 A30 S4 S13 S25 O4 O11 O25 N1 N8 N15 N20 N29 D31 S1 S6 S20 S27 O4 O10 O18 O25 N5 N15 N20 N29 D23

at USF ARMY TULANE at East Carolina at (12) TCU MEMPHIS HOUSTON at Cincinnati vs. (14) Miami (Ohio) (GMAC Bowl) TENNESSEE TECH MISSISSIPPI at Southern Miss ARKANSAS STATE UAB at Mississippi State at Houston at Tulane EAST CAROLINA at Louisville CINCINNATI USF vs. North Texas (New Orleans Bowl)

L 28-31 (ot) W 34-10 W 47-28 W 36-20 L 28-31 L 7-37 W 66-45 W 43-40 L 28-49

TULANE (5-7, 3-5 C-USA)


S1 (25) TCU S6 *NORTHWESTERN (LA) ST. S13 MISSISSIPPI STATE S20 at Army S27 at (13) Texas O11 *HOUSTON O17 at Louisville O25 MEMPHIS N1 at Navy N8 at UAB N15 at Southern Miss N22 EAST CAROLINA *Tad Gormley Stadium

MEMPHIS (9-4, 5-3 C-USA)

CINCINNATI (5-7, 2-6 C-USA)


S1 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O25 O31 N8 N15 N22 N28 S1 S6 S13 S20 S30 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N22 N29

W 40-10 W 44-34 L 6-23 W 38-16 L 10-24 L 27-35 W 45-14 W 41-9 W 41-24 W 37-7 W 21-16 L 16-21 W 27-17

L 35-38 W 27-24 W 31-28 W 50-33 L 18-63 L 42-45 L 28-47 L 9-41 L 17-35 W 38-24 L 14-28 W 28-18

UAB (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


A30 S4 S13 S20 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N22 N29 at Baylor SOUTHERN MISS TROY STATE at South Carolina at Memphis CINCINNATI at (13) TCU at (4) Georgia ARMY TULANE at USF at Houston

116

SOUTHERN MISS (9-4, 8-0 C-USA)


at California at UAB MEMPHIS (11) NEBRASKA (ESPN) at Cincinnati at Alabama USF LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at Houston TULANE (9) TCU at East Carolina vs. (25) Utah (AXA Liberty Bowl) L 2-34 W 17-12 W 23-6 L 14-38 W 22-20 L 3-17 W 27-6 W 48-3 W 31-10 W 28-14 W 40-28 W 38-21 L 0-17

W 24-19 L 12-17 L 9-20 L 10-42 W 24-10 W 31-14 L 24-27 L 13-16 W 24-9 L 24-38 W 22-19 L 28-56 L 17-40 W 27-17 W 28-0 W 31-28 (ot) L 10-13 W 55-7 L 6-27 W 24-17 (2ot) W 38-37 (ot) L 19-22 W 21-16

EAST CAROLINA (1-11, 1-7 C-USA)


at Cincinnati WEST VIRGINIA at (2) Miami (Fla.) at Wake Forest HOUSTON NORTH CAROLINA at Army LOUISVILLE at Memphis USF at Tulane SOUTHERN MISS

USF (4-7, 3-5 C-USA)

TCU (11-2, 7-1 C-USA)

HOUSTON (7-6, 4-4 C-USA)


A30 S6 S13 S20 S30 O11 O18 O25 N8 N15 N22 N29 D25 A31 S13 S20 S27 RICE at (5) Michigan at Louisiana-Lafayette MISSISSIPPI STATE at East Carolina at Tulane MEMPHIS TCU SOUTHERN MISS at Army at Louisville UAB at Hawaii (Sheraton Hawaii Bowl) at Kentucky at Syracuse UTEP TEMPLE

at Tulane W 38-35 NAVY W 17-3 VANDERBILT W 30-14 at Arizona W 13-10 ARMY W 27-0 at USF W 13-10 UAB W 27-24 at Houston W 62-55 (25) LOUISVILLE W 31-28 CINCINNATI W 43-10 at Southern Miss L 28-40 at SMU W 20-13 vs. (16) Boise State L 31-34 (PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl)

A30 *at Alabama S6 NICHOLLS STATE S27 at Army O4 LOUISVILLE O10 (17) TCU O18 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN O25 at Southern Miss O31 CINCINNATI N8 at East Carolina N22 UAB N29 at Memphis *Birmingham, Ala. Oensive Player of the Year DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis Defensive Player of the Year Rod Davis, LB, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year Nick Browne, K, TCU Freshman of the Year Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston Coach of the Year Je Bower, Southern Miss

LOUISVILLE (9-4, 5-3 C-USA)

W 40-24 W 30-20 W 42-14 W 21-12

For the rst time in Conference USAs eight seasons, four dierent teams won at least eight games in a season.TCU reached the 10-win mark for the second-straight season and third time in four years. Southern Miss won at least eight games for the fth time in eight years. Louisville reached the eight-win mark for the third time in four years and Memphis won nine games for the rst time since 1963. When TCU reached No. 6 in the Nov. 10 BCS rankings, it represented the highest ranking that a non-BCS school had ever achieved. C-USA posted a record total of 11 wins over BCS league teams. A total of seven dierent teams (Cincinnati, Houston, Louisville, Memphis, TCU, Tulane and UAB) defeated at least one BCS league team in 2003. Five of C-USAs 11 wins came on the road. The 11 wins over BCS leagues were the second most of any Division I-A conference during the regular season. Only the Big Ten with 13 had more.

HIGHLIGHTS

2002 STANDINGS
x- TCU CINCINNATI SOUTHERN MISS LOUISVILLE TULANE UAB EAST CAROLINA HOUSTON MEMPHIS ARMY 6-2 6-2 5-3 5-3 4-4 4-4 4-4 3-5 2-6 1-7

C-USA W-L Pct. .750 .750 .625 .625 .500 .500 .500 .375 .222 .125 H 4-0 4-0 3-1 2-2 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 0-4 A Pts Opp 2-2 263 179 2-2 259 174 2-2 161 142 3-1 243 200 1-3 185 147 1-3 218 232 1-3 250 266 1-3 235 293 0-4 190 223 1-3 158 300

All Games W-L 10-2 7-7 7-6 7-6 8-5 5-7 4-8 5-7 3-9 1-11 Pct. .833 .500 .538 .538 .615 .417 .333 .417 .250 .083 H 6-0 4-3 5-1 3-3 5-2 4-2 3-2 3-3 3-3 1-6 A 4-2 3-4 2-5 4-3 3-3 1-5 1-6 2-4 0-6 0-5 Pts 361 409 282 371 361 268 335 320 303 226 Opp 222 329 238 319 282 370 399 393 327 491

x- Conference USA Champion

ARMY (1-10, 1-7 C-USA)


S7 S14 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 O26 N9 N16 N23 D7 S2 S14 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 O26 N7 N16 N23 N30 D6 D17 HOLY CROSS at Rutgers LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN MISS at East Carolina TCU at Houston UAB AIR FORCE at Tulane at Memphis vs. Navy (E. Rutherford, N.J.)

15-38

12-58

MEMPHIS (3-9, 2-6 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 S28 O8 O19 O26 N2 N9 N23 N30 MURRAY STATE at Mississippi at Southern Miss TULANE at UAB LOUISVILLE MISSISSIPPI STATE at Cincinnati HOUSTON at USF ARMY at TCU

CINCINNATI (7-7, 6-2 C-USA)


TCU WEST VIRGINIA (6) OHIO STATE at Temple MIAMI (OHIO) at Tulane at Southern Miss MEMPHIS at Louisville HOUSTON at (25) Hawaii UAB at East Carolina vs. North Texas (New Orleans Bowl) at Duke at Wake Forest TULANE at West Virginia ARMY USF at Louisville at Houston at UAB (22) TCU at Southern Miss CINCINNATI

W 36-29 (ot) L 32-35 L 19-23 W 35-22 L 26-31 L 17-35 L 14-23 W 48-10 W 24-14 W 47-14 L 19-20 W 31-23 W 42-26 L 19-24

W 52-6 L 16-38 L 14-33 W 38-10 L 17-31 L 32-38 L 17-29 L 10-48 L 21-26 L 28-31 W 38-10 L 20-27 W 55-7 W 23-20 W 33-14 L 7-20 W 27-6 L 13-16 W 23-14 L 7-37 W 20-13 L 17-20 L 10-31 W 24-7

W 36-28

UAB (5-7, 4-4 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 S28 O12 O19 O26 N9 N16 N23 N30 at Florida TROY STATE PITTSBURGH at Louisiana-Lafayette MEMPHIS HOUSTON at Tulane at Army SOUTHERN MISS EAST CAROLINA at Louisville at Cincinnati L 3-51 W 27-26 L 20-26 L 0-34 W 31-17 W 51-34 L 14-35 W 29-26 L 13-20 W 36-29 L 21-41 L 23-31

EAST CAROLINA (4-8, 4-4 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S28 O5 O19 O26 N9 N16 N23 N30 D6

L 16-23 L 22-27 W 24-20 L 17-37 W 59-24 L 30-46 L 20-44 W 54-48 (3ot) L 29-36 W 31-28 L 7-24 L 26-42 W 24-10 L 13-34 W 36-17 L 11-41 L 17-34 L 34-51 W 56-42 W 26-21 L 48-54 (3ot) L 14-47 L 14-32 W 27-10 L 17-22 W 40-3 L 33-36

A31 S7 S14 S21 S28 O12 O19 O30 N9 N14 N23 N30 D27 S2 S7 S14 S21 O5 O12 O19 O30 N9 N23

SOUTHERN MISS (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)


JACKSON STATE ILLINOIS MEMPHIS at Alabama at Army at USF CINCINNATI at TCU at UAB LOUISVILLE at Tulane EAST CAROLINA vs. Oklahoma State (Houston Bowl) at Cincinnati at Northwestern SMU NORTH TEXAS HOUSTON at Army at Louisville SOUTHERN MISS TULANE at East Carolina

Oensive Player of the Year Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville Defensive Player of the Year LaMarcus McDonald, LB, TCU Special Teams Player of the Year Broderick Clark, KR, Louisville Freshman of the Year Lonta Hobbs, RB, TCU Coach of the Year Gary Patterson, TCU

23-33

TCU (10-2, 6-2 C-USA)

HOUSTON (5-7, 3-5 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 O5 O12 O19 N2 N9 N16 N23 N30 S1 S7 S14 at Rice TULANE LOUISIANALAFAYETTE at (2) Texas at TCU at UAB ARMY at Memphis EAST CAROLINA at Cincinnati USF LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY at Duke at Colorado State

L 29-36 (ot) W 48-24 W 17-6 W 16-10 W 34-17 W 46-27 W 45-31 W 37-7 W 17-10 L 28-31

LOUISVILLE (7-6, 5-3 C-USA)

TCU and Cincinnati shared the regular season championship, making the Horned Frogs and Bearcats the fth and sixth teams to earn at least a share of the C-USA regular season crown in the leagues rst seven seasons.TCU nished ranked in both major polls, closing at No. 22 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll and No. 23 in the Associated Press rankings.For the rst time ever, Conference USA produced ve bowl teams, with Cincinnati, Louisville, Southern Miss, TCU and Tulane all participating in postseason action.Louisville defeated No. 4 Florida State, 26-20 in overtime on Sept. 26, marking the highest ranked opponent that a C-USA team has ever defeated.TCU led the nation in total defense (240.3 ypg) and rushing defense (64.8 ypg).Tulane topped Division I-A in turnovers gained with 43, intercepting 22 passes and forcing 21 fumbles.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

L 21-30 L 0-44 L 14-45 L 6-27 L 24-59 L 27-46 L 42-56 L 26-29 L 30-49 W 14-10 L 10-38

S21 S26 O8 O19 O26 N7 N14 N23 N30 D18

at Army (4) FLORIDA STATE at Memphis TCU EAST CAROLINA CINCINNATI at Southern Miss UAB at Houston vs. (24) Marshall (GMAC Bowl)

W 45-14 W 26-20 (ot) W 38-32 L 31-45 W 44-20 L 14-24 W 20-17 (2ot) W 41-21 L 10-27

N30 MEMPHIS D31 vs. (21) Colorado State (AXA Liberty Bowl)

W 27-20 W 17-3

TULANE (8-5, 4-4 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 O26 N9 N16 N23 D25 SOUTHERN at Houston at East Carolina at Memphis (2) TEXAS at Louisiana-Monroe CINCINNATI UAB NAVY at TCU ARMY SOUTHERN MISS at Hawaii (ConAgra Foods Hawaii Bowl) W 37-19 W 34-13 L 20-24 L 10-38 L 0-49 W 52-9 W 35-17 W 35-14 W 51-30 L 10-17 L 10-14 W 31-10

117

2001 STANDINGS
x- LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI EAST CAROLINA UAB TCU SOUTHERN MISS MEMPHIS ARMY TULANE HOUSTON 6-1 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-4 2-5 1-6 0-7

C-USA W-L Pct. .857 .714 .714 .714 .571 .571 .429 .286 .143 .000 H 3-0 1-2 1-2 3-1 2-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 1-2 0-4 A Pts Opp 3-1 237 136 4-0 205 189 4-0 252 184 2-1 204 116 2-2 192 194 1-2 191 101 1-2 196 183 0-3 150 257 0-4 180 306 0-3 137 278

All Games W-L 11-2 7-5 6-6 6-5 6-6 6-5 5-6 3-8 3-9 0-11 Pct. .846 .583 .500 .545 .500 .545 .455 .273 .250 .000 H 6-0 3-3 2-3 4-1 2-2 4-1 4-2 2-3 2-3 0-6 A 5-2 4-2 4-3 2-4 4-4 2-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 0-5 Pts 394 322 421 265 289 278 294 229 344 190 Opp 223 269 360 206 285 186 281 359 495 432

x- Conference USA Champion

ARMY (3-8, 2-5 C-USA)


S8 CINCINNATI S22 at UAB S29 at Boston College O6 HOUSTON O13 EAST CAROLINA O20 at TCU O27 TULANE N3 at Air Force N10 BUFFALO N17 at Memphis D1 vs. Navy at Philadelphia

ANNUAL STANDINGS

L 21-24 L 3-55 L 10-31 W 28-14 L 26-49 L 20-38 W 42-35 L 24-34 L 19-26 L 10-42 W 26-17

0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8

LOUISVILLE (11-2, 6-1 C-USA)


A23 S1 S8 S22 S29 O4 O16 O27 N3 N10 N15 N23 D31 NEW MEXICO STATE at Kentucky WESTERN CAROLINA at Illinois MEMPHIS COLORADO STATE SOUTHERN MISS at Cincinnati at Tulane HOUSTON at East Carolina at TCU vs. (17) BYU (AXA Liberty Bowl)

W 45-24 W 36-10 W 31-7 L 10-34 W 38-21 W 7-2 W 24-14 W 28-13 W 52-7 W 34-10 W 39-34 L 22-37 W 28-10

1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 10-2 11-2

O20 O30 N10 N23 D7 D28

ARMY EAST CAROLINA at UAB (17) LOUISVILLE at Southern Miss vs. Texas A&M (galleryfurniture.com Bowl)

W 38-20 L 30-37 L 17-38 W 37-22 W 14-12 L 9-28

4-3 4-4 4-5 5-5 6-5 6-6

TULANE (3-9, 1-6 C-USA)


A25 S1 S8 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 at BYU at (14) Louisiana State EAST CAROLINA UCF SOUTHERN at Cincinnati TCU at UAB at Army LOUISVILLE at Navy at Southern Miss

CINCINNATI (7-5, 5-2 C-USA)


S2 S8 S22 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N24 D1 D29 PURDUE at Army at Miami (Ohio) TULANE at UAB at Houston LOUISVILLE CONNECTICUT EAST CAROLINA at Memphis LOUISIANA-MONROE vs. (25) Toledo (Motor City Bowl)

118

L 14-19 W 24-21 L 14-21 W 46-33 W 31-17 W 29-28 L 13-28 W 45-28 L 26-28 W 36-34 W 42-10 L 16-23

0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5

MEMPHIS (5-6, 3-4 C-USA)


S3 S8 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N10 N17 N24 at (18) Mississippi State CHATTANOOGA USF at Louisville SOUTHERN MISS at Houston at East Carolina UAB at (6) Tennessee ARMY CINCINNATI

L 10-30 W 43-10 W 17-9 L 21-38 W 22-17 W 52-33 L 11-32 L 14-17 L 28-49 W 42-10 L 34-36

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

L 35-70 L 17-48 L 24-51 L 29-36 W 41-7 L 33-46 W 48-22 L 27-34 L 35-42 L 7-52 W 42-28 L 6-59

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 1-5 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-8 3-9

UAB (6-5, 5-2 C-USA)


A30 S8 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N10 N17 D1 MONTANA STATE at (5) Florida State ARMY at Southern Miss at UCF CINCINNATI TULANE at Memphis TCU at Houston at Pittsburgh

EAST CAROLINA (6-6, 5-2 C-USA)


S1 S8 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O30 N10 N15 N23 D19 WAKE FOREST at Tulane WILLIAM & MARY at Syracuse at North Carolina at Army MEMPHIS at TCU at Cincinnati (19) LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN MISS vs. (25) Marshall (GMAC Bowl)

SOUTHERN MISS (6-5, 4-3 C-USA)


0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 S1 S22 S29 O6 O16 O27 N3 N17 N23 N29 D7 OKLAHOMA STATE at Louisiana Lafayette UAB at Memphis at Louisville HOUSTON at Penn State TULANE at East Carolina at Alabama TCU

L 19-21 W 51-24 W 38-23 L 30-44 L 21-24 W 49-26 W 32-11 W 37-30 W 28-26 L 34-39 L 21-28 L 61-64

W 17-9 W 35-10 W 3-0 L 17-22 L 14-24 W 58-14 L 20-38 W 59-6 W 28-21 L 15-28 L 12-14

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

W 41-13 L 7-29 W 55-3 L 0-3 L 7-24 L 17-31 W 34-27 W 17-14 W 38-17 W 43-21 L 6-24

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

Oensive Player of the Year Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville Defensive Player of the Year Dewayne White, DE, Louisville Special Teams Player of the Year Seth Marler, K, Tulane Freshman of the Year Gino Guidugli, QB, Cincinnati Coach of the Year John L. Smith, Louisville

TCU (6-6, 4-3 C-USA)


A25 at (4) Nebraska S1 at North Texas S8 at SMU S22 NORTHWESTERN (LA.) STATE S29 at Houston O13 at Tulane

HOUSTON (0-11, 0-7 C-USA)


S1 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 D1 RICE (4) TEXAS TCU at Army MEMPHIS CINCINNATI at Southern Miss at USF at (25) Louisville UAB at (16) Georgia

L 14-21 L 26-53 L 17-34 L 14-28 L 33-52 L 28-29 L 14-58 L 6-45 L 10-34 L 21-43 L 7-35

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 0-10 0-11

L 7-21 W 19-5 W 38-10

0-1 1-1 2-1

L 24-27 (ot) 2-2 W 34-17 3-2 L 22-48 3-3

Louisville nished ranked No. 17 in the nation and joined National Champion Miami (Fla.) as the only schools that repeated as conference champions. For the second year in a row, Conference USA produced six bowl-eligible teams. The only leagues that produced more bowl-eligible teams were the SEC (9), Big 12 (8) and ACC (7).For the second straight year, a Conference USA player was awarded the Lou Groza Award, given to the nations top placekicker. Tulane junior kicker Seth Marler earned the award in 2001. Louisville and TCU each made their fourth-straight bowl appearances. Southern Miss posted its eighth-consecutive winning season. UAB led the nation in rushing defense, allowing just 57.8 yards per game.

HIGHLIGHTS

2000 STANDINGS
x- LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI EAST CAROLINA SOUTHERN MISS UAB TULANE MEMPHIS HOUSTON ARMY 6-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 3-4 3-4 2-5 2-5 1-6

C-USA W-L Pct. .857 .714 .714 .571 .429 .429 .286 .286 .143 H 3-1 4-0 3-1 1-2 1-2 3-1 1-2 1-2 1-2 A Pts Opp 3-0 255 159 1-2 187 165 2-1 206 125 3-1 180 150 2-2 144 156 0-3 192 205 1-3 109 146 1-3 154 249 0-4 129 204

All Games W-L 9-3 7-5 8-4 8-4 7-4 6-5 4-7 3-8 1-10 Pct. .750 .583 .667 .667 .636 .545 .364 .273 .091 H 6-1 6-0 4-2 2-2 4-2 4-1 2-4 2-2 1-4 A 3-2 1-5 4-2 6-2 3-2 2-4 2-3 1-6 0-6 Pts 405 289 370 314 238 329 176 211 224 Opp 268 285 256 203 192 346 199 370 372

x- Conference USA Champion

ARMY (1-10, 1-6 C-USA)


S4 S9 S16 S23 O7 O14 O21 N4 N11 N18 D2 at Cincinnati BOSTON COLLEGE at Houston MEMPHIS at New Mexico State at East Carolina TULANE AIR FORCE at Louisville UAB vs. Navy (in Baltimore) L 17-23 L 17-55 L 30-31 L 16-26 L 23-42 L 21-42 W 21-17 L 27-41 L 17-38 L 7-27 L 28-30

N11 at East Carolina N18 LOUISVILLE

L 20-62 L 13-32

TULANE (6-5, 3-4 C-USA)


S2 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18 at (17) Mississippi at East Carolina at SMU CINCINNATI at Louisiana (16) SOUTHERN MISS at Army at Louisville HOUSTON NAVY MEMPHIS L 20-49 L 17-37 W 29-17 W 24-19 W 38-37 L 24-56 L 17-21 L 32-35 W 41-23 W 50-38 W 37-14

LOUISVILLE (9-3, 6-1 C-USA)


S2 S9 S23 S30 O7 O14 O19 O28 N4 N11 N18 D31 KENTUCKY GRAMBLING at (2) Florida State CONNECTICUT at UAB CINCINNATI EAST CAROLINA TULANE at (11) Southern Miss ARMY at Houston vs. (23) Colorado State (Liberty Bowl) W 40-34 W 52-0 L 0-31 W 41-22 W 38-17 W 38-24 L 25-28 W 35-32 W 49-28 W 38-17 W 32-13 L 17-22

CINCINNATI (7-5, 5-2 C-USA)


S4 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O28 N4 N11 N18 D27 ARMY SYRACUSE at (4) Wisconsin at Indiana at Tulane HOUSTON at Louisville MIAMI (OHIO) UAB at Memphis (20) SOUTHERN MISS vs. Marshall (Motor City Bowl) W 23-17 W 12-10 L 25-28 (ot) L 6-42 L 19-24 W 48-31 L 24-38 W 45-15 W 33-21 W 13-10 (ot) W 27-24 L 14-25

UAB (7-4, 3-4 C-USA)


S7 CHATTANOOGA S16 *at Kansas S23 at Louisiana State S30 LOUISIANALAFAYETTE O7 LOUISVILLE O14 MEMPHIS O21 MIDDLE TENN. ST. O28 at East Carolina N4 at Cincinnati N11 SOUTHERN MISS N18 at Army *designated Conference USA game Oensive Player of the Year Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville Defensive Players of the Year Cedric Scott, DE, Southern Miss Wayne Rogers, Houston Special Teams Player of the Year Jonathan Run, K, Cincinnati Freshman of the Year Mewelde Moore, RB, Tulane Coach of the Year John L. Smith, Louisville W 20-15 L 20-23 W 13-10 W 47-2 L 17-38 W 13-9 W 14-9 W 16-13 L 21-33 L 30-33 (2ot) W 27-7

MEMPHIS (4-7, 2-5 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 N4 N11 N18 MISSISSIPPI STATE LOUISIANA-MONROE at Arkansas State at Army at Southern Miss EAST CAROLINA at UAB HOUSTON TENNESSEE CINCINNATI at Tulane L 3-17 W 28-0 W 19-17 W 26-16 L 3-24 W 17-10 L 9-13 L 30-33 (3ot) L 17-19 L 10-13 (ot) L 14-37

EAST CAROLINA (8-4, 5-2 C-USA)


S2 S7 S16 S23 O7 O14 O19 O28 N11 N18 N24 D27 at Duke (9) VIRGINIA TECH TULANE SYRACUSE at Memphis ARMY at Louisville UAB HOUSTON at West Virginia at Southern Miss vs. Texas Tech (galleryfurniture Bowl) W 38-0 L 28-45 W 37-17 W 34-17 L 10-17 W 42-21 W 28-25 L 13-16 W 62-20 L 24-42 W 14-9 W 40-27

SOUTHERN MISS (8-4, 4-3 C-USA)


S2 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O28 N4 N11 N18 N24 D20 at (12) Tennessee at (13) Alabama at Oklahoma State MEMPHIS USF at Tulane at Houston LOUISVILLE at UAB at Cincinnati EAST CAROLINA vs. (13) TCU (Mobile Alabama Bowl) L 16-19 W 21-0 W 28-6 W 24-3 W 41-7 W 56-24 W 6-3 L 28-49 W 33-30 (2ot) L 24-27 L 9-14 W 28-21

HOUSTON (3-8, 2-5 C-USA)


S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O21 O28 N4 at Rice at Louisiana State ARMY at (15) Texas SMU at Cincinnati at Memphis (14) SOUTHERN MISS at Tulane L 27-30 (ot) L 13-28 W 31-30 L 0-48 W 17-15 L 31-48 W 33-30 (3ot) L 3-6 L 23-41

For the rst time in league history, Conference USA had ve schools that posted at least seven regular season wins. The only conferences that had more seven-win teams were the SEC (8) and the Big 12 (7). Four Conference USA teams went to bowl games. . Conference USA is the only Division I-A conference that had four teams ranked in the top 15 in total defense. Southern Miss was ranked third, Memphis sixth, UAB 11th and Louisville placed 15thCincinnatis Jonathan Run won the Lou Groza Award, given to the nations top place kicker. A consensus All-American, he connected on a nation-leading 26 eld goals, the sixth-highest total in NCAA history. Louisvilles Anthony Floyd led the nation in interceptions with a Conference USA record 10.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

119

1999 STANDINGS
x- SOUTHERN MISS EAST CAROLINA LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS UAB HOUSTON TULANE ARMY CINCINNATI 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 3-3 1-5 1-5 0-6

C-USA W-L Pct. .667 .667 .667 .667 .500 .167 .167 .000 H 2-1 2-1 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 A Pts Opp 88 6-0 1.000 3-0 3-0 189

All Games W-L 9-3 9-3 7-5 5-6 5-6 7-4 3-8 3-8 3-8 Pct. .750 .750 .583 .455 .455 .636 .273 .273 .273 H 5-0 *6-1 4-3 2-4 3-2 4-1 3-2 3-3 2-4 A 4-3 3-2 3-2 3-2 2-4 3-3 0-6 0-5 1-4 Pts 333 333 446 232 248 254 279 225 275 Opp 189 225 362 182 279 211 399 317 289

2-1 191 133 2-1 196 180 3-0 158 96 2-1 140 129 1-2 131 152 0-3 127 236 0-3 125 197 0-3 121 167

x- Conference USA Champion *- includes wins in Charlotte and Raleigh

ARMY (3-8, 1-5 C-USA)


S11 S18 S25 O2 O7 O16 O23 N6 N13 N20 D4 WAKE FOREST at Tulane BALL STATE (19) EAST CAROLINA LOUISVILLE at (25) Southern Miss NEW MEXICO STATE at Air Force at Memphis HOUSTON vs. Navy (in Philadelphia) L 15-34 L 28-48 W 41-21 L 14-33 W 59-52 (2ot) L 0-24 W 35-18 L 0-28 L 10-14 L 14-26 L 9-19

N13 N20

at Louisiana State at Army

W 20-7 W 26-14

TULANE (3-8, 1-5 C-USA)


S6 at Southern Miss L 14-48 S11 SMU S18 ARMY O2 O9 O23 N6 N13 N20 at (22) Syracuse at (25) Mississippi at (20) East Carolina at Houston at Navy UAB W 53-19 W 48-28 L L L L L L 17-47 13-20 7-52 31-36 21-45 20-23 (ot)

LOUISVILLE (7-5, 4-2 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O7 O16 O23 O30 N6 N20 D30 at Kentucky CHATTANOOGA ILLINOIS OKLAHOMA EASTERN MICHIGAN at Army at Memphis HOUSTON UAB at Cincinnati (17) SOUTHERN MISS vs. Boise State (Humanitarian Bowl) W 56-28 W 58-30 L 36-41 L 21-42 W 45-10 L 52-59 (2ot) W 32-31 W 39-33 W 23-14 W 23-13 L 27-30 L 31-34

ANNUAL STANDINGS

O16 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE O30 MEMPHIS

W 48-32 L 7-49

CINCINNATI (3-8, 0-6 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 KENT TROY STATE (8) WISCONSIN at Ohio State at Houston UAB at (21) Southern Miss at Miami (Ohio) LOUISVILLE at (24) East Carolina MEMPHIS W 41-3 L 24-31 W 17-12 L 20-34 L 20-23 L 21-24 (ot) L 20-28 W 52-42 L 13-23 L 34-48 L 13-21

UAB (5-6, 4-2 C-USA)


S4 S11 O2 O16 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 at Missouri at (11) Virginia Tech LOUISIANA-MONROE at Cincinnati at Wake Forest at Louisville (17) EAST CAROLINA LOUISIANA TECH at Tulane L L 28-31 10-31

MEMPHIS (5-6, 4-2 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O16 O30 N6 N13 N20 MISSISSIPPI at Mississippi State ARKANSAS STATE at (7) Tennessee MISSOURI at UAB LOUISVILLE at Tulane (25) SOUTHERN MISS ARMY at Cincinnati L 0-3 L 10-13 W 31-26 L 16-17 L 17-27 W 38-14 L 31-32 W 49-7 L 5-20 W 14-10 W 21-13

S25 HOUSTON O9 MEMPHIS

W 29-10 W 47-0 L 14-38 W 24-21 (ot) L L L 3-47 14-23 20-41

120

W 36-17 W 23-20 (ot)

EAST CAROLINA (9-3, 4-2 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 D22 vs. West Virginia DUKE at South Carolina (9) MIAMI -FLA. at Army SOUTHERN MISS TULANE at Houston at UAB CINCINNATI NORTH CAROLINA STATE vs. TCU (Mobile Alabama Bowl) W 30-23 W 27-9 W 21-3 W 27-23 W 33-14 L 22-39 W 52-7 W 19-3 L 17-36 W 48-34 W 23-6 L 14-28

Oensive Player of the Year Chris Redman, QB, Louisville Defensive Player of the Year Adalius Thomas, DE, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year Rodregis Brooks, PR, UAB Co-Freshmen of the Year LaDaris Vann, WR, Cincinnati Travis Anglin, QB, Memphis Coach of the Year Je Bower, Southern Miss

SOUTHERN MISS (9-3, 6-0 C-USA)


S6 S11 S18 S25 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20 D31 TULANE NORTHWESTERN (LA.) ST. at (4) Nebraska at (5) Texas A&M at (16) East Carolina ARMY CINCINNATI at (14) Alabama at Memphis LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at Louisville vs. Colorado State (AXA LIberty Bowl) W 48-14 W 40-6 L 13-20 L 6-23 W 39-22 W 24-0 W 28-20 L 14-35 W 20-5 W 48-0 W 30-27 W 23-17

HOUSTON (7-4, 3-3 C-USA)


S4 S11 S18 S25 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 RICE at (22) Alabama LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at UAB CINCINNATI at North Carolina at Louisville (17) EAST CAROLINA TULANE W 28-3 L 10-37 W 45-0 L 10-29 W 23-20 W 20-12 L 33-39 L 3-19 W 36-31

Southern Miss nished ranked 13th in the nal ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll and 14th in the nal Associated Press Poll.Cincinnati defeated No. 8 Wisconsin on September 18.East Carolina beat No. 9 Miami on September 25, a game that was moved to Raleigh after severe ooding from Hurricane Floyd hit Greenville.C-USA was the only Division I-A conference in which every team averaged at least 20 points per game.UAB made its football debut in Conference USA and tied for second place in the league standings.Louisville quarterback Chris Redman won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award after throwing for 3,647 yards and a school-record 29 touchdowns.

HIGHLIGHTS

1998 STANDINGS
x- TULANE SOUTHERN MISS LOUISVILLE EAST CAROLINA ARMY HOUSTON MEMPHIS CINCINNATI 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 2-4 1-5 1-5

C-USA W-L Pct. .833 .600 .500 .333 .333 .167 .167 H 2-0 3-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 A Pts Opp 80

All Games W-L 7-5 7-5 6-5 3-8 3-8 2-9 2-9 Pct. .583 .583 .545 .272 .272 .182 .182 H 4-1 5-1 3-2 1-4 1-4 2-4 1-5 A *3-4 2-4 3-3 2-4 3-3 0-5 1-4 Pts 540 384 473 274 257 254 226 259 Opp 295 238 435 297 325 317 340 456

6-0 1.000 3-0

3-0 239 149 2-1 207 1-2 238 203 2-1 171 215 1-2 171 199 1-2 175 196 0-3 152 213 0-3 161 259

12-0 1.000

6-0 *6-0

x- Conference USA Champion *-includes bowl game at neutral eld

ARMY (3-8, 2-4 C-USA)


S12 26 O3 O10 O17 O24 N7 N21 D5 MIAMI (OHIO) at Rutgers at East Carolina at Houston SOUTHERN MISS at (18) Notre Dame (21) AIR FORCE at Louisville vs. Navy (in Philadelphia) L L L L L L L 13-14 15-27 25-30 13-37 17-20 7-35 23-35 S19 CINCINNATI W 37-20

O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

at North Texas at East Carolina SOUTHERN MISS at Cincinnati at (12) Tulane

W 31-9 W 34-31 L L L 15-21 43-44 20-48

O10 LOUISVILLE O17 O24 O31 N7 N21 D30 at Army EAST CAROLINA at Alabama at Houston at Nevada #vs. Idaho (Humanitarian Bowl)

W 56-21 W 37-13 W 41-7 L 20-30 W 21-15 W 45-3 W 55-28 L 35-42

S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17

KENTUCKY at Utah at Illinois BOSTON COLLEGE CINCINNATI at Southern Miss at (23) Tulane WESTERN KENTUCKY at East Carolina #vs. Marshall (Motor City Bowl)

L 34-68 L 22-45 W 35-9 W 52-28 W 62-19 L L 21-56 22-28

N14 TULANE

L 35-49 W 34-30

TULANE (12-0, 6-0 C-USA)


S5 S12 O3 O24 O31 N7 N14 N26 at Cincinnati at SMU SOUTHERN MISS at Rutgers SOUTHWESTERN LA. at Memphis at Army LOUISIANA TECH #vs. Brigham Young (AXA/Equitrade Liberty Bowl) W 52-34 W 31-21 W 42-24 W 21-7 W 28-22 W 52-24 W 72-20 W 41-31 W 49-35 W 48-20 W 63-30 W 42-35

CINCINNATI (2-9, 1-5 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 O3 O10 O17 O24 N5 N21 TULANE MIAMI (FLA.) at Army at Louisville at (24) Syracuse at Memphis MIAMI (OHIO) EAST CAROLINA at Arkansas State L 34-52 L L L L L L L 12-38 20-37 19-62 21-63 23-41 0-41 21-24

S26 NAVY O17 LOUISVILLE

O24 MEMPHIS O31 N14 D23

W 35-32 W 63-34 W 63-45 W 35-23 L 29-48

S26 INDIANA

L 14-48

N21 ARMY

MEMPHIS (2-9, 1-5 C-USA)


S5 S12 S19 O3 O10 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 at Mississippi MISS. STATE at Minnesota at Houston (19) ARKANSAS at Louisville ARKANSAS STATE (15) TULANE at Southern Miss EAST CAROLINA L L L L L L L L L 10-30 6-14 14-41 14-35 9-23 32-35 31-41 3-45 31-34

N21 HOUSTON D31

N14 HOUSTON

W 44-43 W 51-7

Oensive Player of the Year Chris Redman, QB, Louisville Defensive Player of the Year Adalius Thomas, DE, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year Ryan White, K, Memphis Freshman of the Year Derrick Nix, RB, Southern Miss Coach of the Year Tommy Bowden, Tulane

EAST CAROLINA (6-5, 3-3 C-USA)


S5 S19 O3 O17 O24 N5 N21 at Virginia Tech at Ohio ARMY at Alabama at Southern Miss at Cincinnati at Memphis L 3-38 S12 CHATTANOOGA W 31-0 W 21-14 W 30-25 W 26-7 L L 22-23 7-41

O17 CINCINNATI

W 41-23 W 35-19

O10 UAB

O31 HOUSTON N14 LOUISVILLE

L 31-34 W 24-21 L 45-63 W 34-31

SOUTHERN MISS (7-5, 5-1 C-USA)


S5 S19 S26 O3 at (13) Penn State (17) TEXAS A&M SOUTHWESTERN LA. at (25) Tulane L L L 6-34 6-24 7-21

W 55-0

HOUSTON (3-8, 2-4 C-USA)


S5 S19 S27 O3 at California (4) UCLA at (4) Tennessee MEMPHIS L L L 10-14 24-42 7-42 S12 MINNESOTA L 7-14
Tulane nished as one of two unbeaten teams (national champion Tennessee) in Division I-A, capping a 12-0 season with a win over BYU in the AXA/ Equitable Liberty Bowl.Tulane nished ranked No. 7 in both polls, the leagues highest ranking.Louisville posted the largest improvement in Division I-A, going from 1-10 in 1997 to 7-4 and a berth in the Motor City Bowl in 1998.After 108 years as an independent, Army made its conference debut.Louisville and Southern Miss were two of six teams in I-A that had a 2,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard rusher and a 1,000-yard receiver.Ryan White of Memphis was the only kicker in any division of college football that did not miss a kick the entire season, hitting all 16 eld goal attempts and all 22 extra-points.

HIGHLIGHTS

W 35-14 L 28-38

O10 ARMY

ANNUAL STANDINGS

W 38-28

LOUISVILLE (7-5, 4-2 C-USA)

N14 MEMPHIS

121

1997 STANDINGS
x- SOUTHERN MISS TULANE EAST CAROLINA CINCINNATI MEMPHIS HOUSTON LOUISVILLE 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-4 2-4 0-6

C-USA W-L Pct. .833 .667 .333 .333 .333 .000 H 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-2 0-3 A Pts Opp 85 6-0 1.000 3-0 3-0 198

All Games W-L 9-3 7-4 5-6 8-4 4-7 3-8 1-10 Pct. .750 .636 .455 .667 .364 .273 .091 H 4-2 3-2 4-2 1-4 1-5 A 3-2 2-4 0-5 2-4 0-5 Pts 335 375 214 218 216 245 Opp 210 225 298 252 243 410 407 4-0 *5-3

2-1 211 124 2-1 148 131 0-3 127 136 0-3 104 143 1-2 118 188 0-3 139 236

5-1 **3-3 321

x- Conference USA Champion


*includes neutral eld win at AXA/Equitable Liberty Bowl. **includes neutral eld win at Humanitarian Bowl

CINCINNATI (8-4, 2-4 C-USA)


A28 TULSA S6 S27 O4 at Tulane at Boston College MEMPHIS at Houston at Miami (Ohio) (24) SOUTHERN MISS LOUISVILLE at East Carolina vs. Utah State (Humanitarian Bowl) S20 KANSAS W 34-24 L 17-31 W 34-7 W 24-6 W 20-17 W 33-29 L L L 38-41 (2ot) 17-24 7-14 W 34-31 (ot) W 28-9 W 35-19

LOUISVILLE (1-10, 0-6 C-USA)


A30 S6 S20 S27 O4 at Kentucky UTAH (1) PENN STATE at Oklahoma at Southern Miss L 24-38 L 21-27 W 26-14 L L L 21-57 14-35 24-42

TULANE (7-4, 5-1 C-USA)


S6 S20 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N22 CINCINNATI at Syracuse ARMY at Louisville EAST CAROLINA at Southern Miss at SW Louisiana MEMPHIS at Houston W 31-17 L 24-30 L 19-30 W 41-0 W 64-33 W 33-16 L 13-34 W 56-0 W 26-14 L 24-41 W 44-10 S13 RICE

S13 ILLINOIS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

O11 UAB O18 O25 N1 N8 N13 D29

O11 TULANE O25 HOUSTON N1 N8 N15 EAST CAROLINA at Cincinnati at Memphis

L 33-64 L 22-36 L L L 31-45 9-28 20-21

N15 MISSISSIPPI

MEMPHIS (4-7, 2-4 C-USA)


A30 S6 S13 O4 O11 O25 N1 N8 N22 at Mississippi State UAB at (21) Michigan State at Cincinnati ARKANSAS STATE at East Carolina HOUSTON at Tulane SOUTHERN MISS L L L L L L 10-13 21-51 Defensive Player of the Year Patrick Surtain, CB, Southern Miss Special Teams Player of the Year Tinker Keck, PR, Cincinnati Freshman of the Year Jason McKinley, QB, Houston Coach of the Year Je Bower, Southern Miss 17-20 10-32 14-26 18-42 Oensive Player of the Year Shaun King, QB, Tulane W 28-7 L 17-20 W 38-9 W 24-3 W 21-20

EAST CAROLINA (5-6, 4-2 C-USA)


S6 S13 S20 O4 O11 O18 N1 N8 N22 at West Virginia WAKE FOREST SOUTH CAROLINA at Syracuse SOUTHERN MISS at Tulane at Louisville at Houston at North Carolina State L L L L L 17-24 0-26 0-56 13-23 16-33 W 25-24

S20 MINNESOTA

122

O25 MEMPHIS

W 32-10 W 45-31 W 28-27 W 14-7 L 24-37

N15 LOUISVILLE

N13 CINCINNATI

SOUTHERN MISS (9-3, 6-0 C-USA)


A30 S6 at (1) Florida at Illinois at (19) Alabama LOUISVILLE at East Carolina at Cincinnati at (7) Tennessee at Memphis vs. Pittsburgh (AXA Liberty Bowl) L 6-21 W 24-7 W 35-19 L 13-27 W 42-24 W 23-13 W 34-13 W 24-17 L 20-44 W 33-0 W 42-18 W 41-7

HOUSTON (3-8, 2-4 C-USA)


A30 S6 S27 O4 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 at (15) Alabama CALIFORNIA at Minnesota at (22) UCLA CINCINNATI at Louisville at Memphis EAST CAROLINA at Southern Miss L 17-42 L 3-35 L 24-35 W 45-43 L 10-66 W 41-38 (2ot) W 36-22 L L L 3-24 27-28 0-33

S20 NEVADA S27 O4 O11 N1 N8 N22 D31

S13 PITTSBURGH

O25 TULANE

N15 HOUSTON

N22 TULANE

L 10-44

Southern Miss nished ranked No. 19 in both major polls, following a 9-3 season that included a 41-7 win over Pittsburgh in the AXA/Equitable Liberty Bowl.Tulane posted the second-largest turnaround in Division I-A, going from 2-9 in 1996 to 7-4 in 1997 under rst-year head coach Tommy Bowden.Cincinnati made its rst bowl appearance since 1950, defeating Big West Champion Utah State, 35-19.East Carolina made its Conference USA debut, nishing in third place.Cincinnatis Tinker Keck tied an NCAA record by returning four punts for touchdowns, including two in a game against Louisville.

HIGHLIGHTS

1996 STANDINGS
x -HOUSTON SOUTHERN MISS CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS TULANE 4-1 4-1 2-3 2-3 2-3 1-4

C-USA W-L Pct. .800 .800 .400 .400 .400 .200 H 3-0 2-0 1-1 1-2 2-0 0-3 A 1-1 2-1 1-2 1-1 0-3 1-1 Pts Opp 171 124 141 108 88 57 65 100 102 92

All Games W-L 7-5 8-3 6-5 5-6 4-7 2-9 Pct. .583 .727 .545 .455 .364 .182 H 4-2 4-0 4-2 2-3 3-3 1-5 A *3-3 4-3 2-3 3-3 1-4 1-4 Pts 361 285 229 182 141 213 Opp 341 247 212 205 219 268

109 105

x- Conference USA Champion


*includes neutral loss at St. Jude Liberty Bowl

CINCINNATI (6-5, 2-3 C-USA)


A30 TULANE S7 KENTUCKY S14 at (14) Kansas St. S28 MIAMI (OHIO) O5 at Memphis O12 BOSTON COLLEGE O19 HOUSTON O26 at Louisville N2 at Southern Miss N16 at UAB N23 NE LOUISIANA L 14-34 W 24-3 L 0-35 W 30-23 (3ot) L 16-18 L 17-24 W 31-20 W 10-7 L 17-21 W 34-14 W 35-13

MEMPHIS (4-7, 2-3 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 O5 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N23 (11) MIAMI (FLA.) MISSISSIPPI STATE at Missouri TULANE CINCINNATI at Houston at Southern Miss at Southwestern La. at Louisville TENNESSEE EAST CAROLINA L 7-30 L 10-31 W 19-16 W 17-10 W 18-16 L 20-37 L 0-16 L 9-13 L 10-13 W 21-17 L 10-20 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 4-6 4-7

Oensive Player of the Year Antowain Smith, RB, Houston Defensive Player of the Year Tyrus McCloud, LB, Louisville

Freshman of the Year Ketric Sanford, RB/KR, Houston Coach of the Year Kim Helton, Houston

HOUSTON (7-5, 4-1 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 O5 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N16 D27 SAM HOUSTON ST. at (17) Louisiana St. at Pittsburgh (15) Southern Cal at Southwestern La. MEMPHIS at Cincinnati NORTH CAROLINA at Tulane SOUTHERN MISS LOUISVILLE vs. (22) Syracuse (St. Jude Liberty Bowl) W 43-25 L 34-35 W 42-35 (ot) L 9-26 W 31-24 W 37-20 L 20-31 L 14-42 W 20-17 W 56-49 (ot) W 38-7 L 17-30

SOUTHERN MISS (8-3, 4-1 C-USA)


A31 S7 S14 S21 S28 O10 O19 O26 N2 N9 N16 at Georgia at (13) Alabama UTAH STATE SOUTHWESTERN LA. at Louisville at East Carolina MEMPHIS at Tulane CINCINNATI at Houston at (3) Florida State W 11-7 1-0 L 10-20 1-1 W 31-24 2-1 W 52-27 3-1 W 24-7 4-1 W 28-7 5-1 W 16-0 6-1 W 31-28 7-1 W 21-17 8-1 L 49-56 (ot) 8-2 L 14-54 8-3

123

TULANE (2-9, 1-4 C-USA)


A30 S14 S21 O5 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N16 N23 at Cincinnati RICE at Memphis TCU LOUISVILLE at Army SOUTHERN MISS HOUSTON SYRACUSE at Navy at Louisiana State W 34-14 L 14-21 L 10-17 W 35-7 L 20-23 L 10-34 L 28-31 L 17-20 L 7-31 L 21-35 L 17-35 1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9

LOUISVILLE (5-6, 2-3 C-USA)


A31 at Kentucky S7 at (6) Penn State S14 BAYLOR S21 at Michigan State S28 SOUTHERN MISS O12 at Tulane O19 NORTHERN ILLINOIS O26 CINCINNATI N2 MEMPHIS N9 at North Carolina N16 at Houston W 38-14 L 7-24 L 13-14 W 30-20 L 7-24 W 23-20 W 27-3 L 7-10 W 13-10 L 10-28 L 7-38

Tulane upset preseason C-USA favorite Cincinnati, 34-14, in the rst-ever C-USA football game on August 30 in Nippert Stadium.Southern Miss won at Georgia and Louisville won at Kentucky in the opening weekend of the season.Houston became the rst team to represent C-USA in a bowl, when the co-regular season champion Cougars battled Syracuse in the St. Jude Liberty Bowl. Memphis produced one of the biggest upsets of the college football season on November 9, when the Tigers defeated No. 6 Tennessee, 21-17 at a sold-out Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. Conference USA had the largest attendance increase of any Division I-A conference, drawing 160,677 more fans than it did the year before.

HIGHLIGHTS

ANNUAL STANDINGS

Special Teams Player of the Year Je Liggon, KR, Tulane

BOWL RESULTS
Friday, December 21 BEEF O BRADYS BOWL (St. Petersburg, Fla.) UCF 38, Ball State 17 Saturday, December 22 R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Louisiana-Lafayette 43, East Carolina 34 Monday, December 24 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) SMU 43, Fresno State 10 Saturday, December 29 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) Rice 33, Air Force 14 Monday, December 31 AUTO ZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17 Tuesday, December 20 BEEF O BRADYS BOWL ST. PETERSBURG (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Marshall 20, FIU 10

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Sunday, December 20 R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Middle Tennessee 42, Southern Miss 32 Thursday, December 24 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) SMU 45, Nevada 10 Saturday, December 26 LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA BOWL (Detroit, Mich.) Marshall 21, Ohio 17 Wednesday, December 31 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) Air Force 47, Houston 20 Friday, January 2 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) Arkansas 20, East Carolina 17 (ot) Saturday, December 20 ST. PETERSBURG BOWL (St. Petersburg, Fla.) South Florida 41, Memphis 14 Sunday, December 21 R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Southern Miss 30, Troy 27 (ot) Tuesday, December 30 TEXAS BOWL (Houston, Texas) Rice 38, Western Michigan 14 Wednesday, December 31 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) Houston 34, Air Force 28 Friday, January 2 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) Kentucky 25, East Carolina 19 Tuesday, January 6 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) Tulsa 63, Bowling Green 7 Friday, December 21 R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Florida Atlantic 44, Memphis 27 Saturday, December 22 PAPAJOHNS.COM BOWL (Birmingham, Ala.) (20) Cincinnati 31, Southern Miss 21 Sunday, December 23 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) East Carolina 41, (22) Boise State 38 Friday, December 28 TEXAS BOWL (Houston, Texas) TCU 20, Houston 13 Saturday, December 29 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) Mississippi State 10, UCF 3 Sunday, January 6 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) Tulsa 63, Bowling Green 7 Friday, December 22 R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Troy 41, Rice 17

Saturday, December 23 PAPAJOHNS.COM BOWL (Birmingham, Ala.) USF 24, East Carolina 7 Saturday, December 23 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) Utah 25, Tulsa 13 Sunday, January 7 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) Southern Miss 28, Ohio 7 Friday, December 29 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) South Carolina 44, Houston 36 Tuesday, December 20 NEW ORLEANS BOWL (Lafayette, La.) Southern Miss 31, Arkansas State 19 Wednesday, December 21 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) Toledo 45, UTEP 13 Friday, December 23 FORT WORTH BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) Kansas 42, Houston 13 Saturday, December 24 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) Nevada 49, UCF 48 (ot) Monday, December 26 MOTOR CITY BOWL (Detroit, Mich.) Memphis 38, Akron 31 Saturday, December 31 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) Tulsa 31, Fresno State 24 Tuesday, December 14 WYNDHAM NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Southern Miss 31, North Texas 10 Wednesday, December 22 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) Bowling Green 52, Memphis 35 Thursday, December 23 PLAINSCAPITAL FORT WORTH BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14 Friday, December 24 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) Hawaii 59, UAB 40 Friday, December 31 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (7) Louisville 44, (10) Boise State 40 Tuesday, December 16 NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) Memphis 27, North Texas 17 Thursday, December 18 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) (14) Miami (Ohio) 49, Louisville 28 Tuesday, December 23 PLAINSCAPITAL FORT WORTH BOWL (Fort Worth, Texas) (16) Boise State 34, (19) TCU 31 Thursday, December 25 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) Hawaii 54, Houston 48 (3ot) Wednesday, December 31 AXA LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (25) Utah 17, Southern Miss 0 Tuesday, December 17 NEW ORLEANS BOWL (New Orleans, La.) North Texas 24, Cincinnati 19

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BOWL RESULTS

Saturday, December 24 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) (21) Southern Miss 24, Nevada 17 Friday, December 30 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL (Dallas, Texas) BYU 24, Tulsa 21 Monday, January 2 TICKET CITY BOWL (Dallas, Texas) (17) Houston 30, (22) Penn State 14 Saturday, January 7 BBVA COMPASS BOWL (Birmingham, Ala.) SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6 Saturday, December 18 NEW MEXICO BOWL (Albuquerque, N.M.) BYU 52, UTEP 24 Tuesday, December 21 BEEF OBRADYS ST. PETERSBURG BOWL (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Louisville 31, Southern Miss 28 Friday, December 24 SHERATON HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) Tulsa 62, (25) Hawaii 35 Wednesday, December 29 MILITARY BOWL (Washington, D.C.) Maryland 51, East Carolina 20 Thursday, December 30 BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL (Dallas, Texas) Army 16, SMU 14 Friday, December 31 AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (24) UCF 10, Georgia 6 Saturday, December 19 BEEF OBRADYS ST. PETERSBURG BOWL (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Rutgers 45, UCF 24

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2002

Wednesday, December 18 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) (24) Marshall 38, Louisville 15 Wednesday, December 25 CONAGRA FOODS HAWAII BOWL (Honolulu, Hawaii) Tulane 36, Hawaii 28 Friday, December 27 HOUSTON BOWL (Houston, Texas) Oklahoma State 33, Southern Miss 23 Tuesday, December 31 AXA LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) TCU 17, (21) Colorado State 3 Wednesday, December 19 GMAC BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) (25) Marshall 64, East Carolina 61 (2ot) Friday, December 28 GALLERYFURNITURE.COM BOWL (Houston, Texas) Texas A&M 28, TCU 9 Saturday, December 29 MOTOR CITY BOWL (Pontiac, Mich.) (25) Toledo 23, Cincinnati 16 Monday, December 31 AXA LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (22) Louisville 28, (17) BYU 10

Wednesday, December 20 GMAC MOBILE ALABAMA BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) Southern Miss 28, (13) TCU 21 Wednesday, December 27 MOTOR CITY BOWL (Pontiac, Mich.) Marshall 25, Cincinnati 14 GALLERYFURNITURE.COM BOWL (Houston, Texas) East Carolina 40, Texas Tech 27 Friday, December 29 AXA LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (23) Colorado State 22, (22) Louisville 17 Wednesday, December 22 MOBILE ALABAMA BOWL (Mobile, Ala.) TCU 28, (19) East Carolina 14 Thursday, December 30 CRUCIAL.COM HUMANITARIAN BOWL (Boise, Idaho) Boise State 34, Louisville 31 Friday, December 31 AXA LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (14) Southern Miss 23, Colorado State 17

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Wednesday, December 23 MOTOR CITY BOWL (Pontiac, Mich.) Marshall 48, Louisville 29 Wednesday, December 30 HUMANITARIAN BOWL (Boise, Idaho) Idaho 42, Southern Miss 35 Thursday, December 31 AXA/EQUITABLE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (10) Tulane 41, Brigham Young 27 Monday, December 29 HUMANITARIAN BOWL (Boise, Idaho) Cincinnati 35, Utah State 19 Wednesday, December 31 AXA LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (22) Southern Miss 41, Pittsburgh 7 Friday, December 27 ST. JUDE LIBERTY BOWL (Memphis, Tenn.) (22) Syracuse 30, Houston 17

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ANNUAL LEADERS
Year-by-year individual leaders
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Rushing

Player, School Latavius Murray, UCF Zach Line, SMU Zach Line, SMU Donald Buckram, UTEP Damion Fletcher, USM Kevin Smith, UCF Ahmad Bradshaw, MAR DeAngelo Williams, MEM DeAngelo Williams, MEM DeAngelo Williams, MEM Jorey Reynolds, HOU Leonard Henry, ECU Michael Wallace, ARMY Frank Moreau, LOU Derrick Nix, USM Harold Shaw, USM Antowain Smith, HOU Player, School Rakeem Cato, MAR Case Keenum, HOU Je Godfrey, UCF Case Keenum, HOU David Johnson, TLS Paul Smith, TLS Kevin Kolb, HOU Darrell Hackney, UAB Stefan LeFors, LOU Kevin Kolb, HOU Gino Guidugli, CIN Dave Ragone, LOU Dave Ragone, LOU Je Kelly, USM Shaun King, TLN Shaun King, TLN Lee Roberts, USM G 12 14 14 14 14 14 14 11 12 13 14 12 11 11 11 11 10 G 12 14 13 14 13 14 12

G 11 10 14 12 12 14 12 11 12 11 12 11 10 10 11 11 11 Att. 584 428 238 700 400 544 432 386 257 360 472 383 354 260 328 363 142

Att. 198 208 244 259 219 450 249 310 313 243 316 184 192 233 226 245 202 Cmp. 406 603 159 492 258 327 292 242 189 220 258 231 216 153 223 199 86 Pct. 69.5 71.0 66.8 70.3 64.5 60.1 67.6 62.7 73.5 61.1 54.7 60.3 61.0 58.8 68.0 54.8 60.6

Yards 1,106 1,224 1,494 1,594 1,313 2,567 1,523 1,964 1,948 1,430 1,545 1,432 1,157 1,289 1,180 1,045 1,239 INT 11 5 8 15 18 19 4 12 3 6 21 7 11 11 6 14 7 Plays 641 660 618 760 665 649 476

TD 15 17 10 18 10 29 19 18 22 10 11 16 11 17 9 16 14 Yards 4,201 5,631 2,159 5,671 4,059 5,065 3,809 3,180 2,596 3,131 3,543 3,056 2,621 2,062 2,232 2,567 1,296 TD 37 48 13 44 46 47 30 22 20 25 22 23 27 21 36 24 12

YPG 100.5 122.4 106.7 132.8 109.4 183.4 126.9 178.5 162.3 130.0 128.8 130.2 115.7 128.9 107.3 95.0 112.6 Rating 147.1 174.0 154.3 154.8 178.7 159.8 162.7 144.5 181.7 153.8 124.2 143.5 142.2 143.7 183.3 128.3 155.3 YPG 352.7 404.7 323.9 416.4 403.2 370.3 292.4

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Darrell Hackney, UAB Kevin Kolb, HOU Stefan LeFors, LOU Gino Guidugli, CIN Dave Ragone, LOU Patrick Ramsey, TLN Chris Redman, LOU Chris Redman, LOU Shaun King, TLN Chuck Clements, HOU Player, School Tommy Shuler, MAR Cole Beasley, SMU Dwayne Harris, ECU James Cleveland, HOU James Casey, RICE Donnie Avery, HOU Mike Walker, UCF Aundrae Allison, ECU J.R. Russell, LOU Terrance Copper, ECU LaDaris Vann, CIN LaDaris Vann, CIN Brian Robinson, HOU JaJuan Dawson, TLN Arnold Jackson, LOU Miguel Montano, LOU Damion Johnson, HOU

11 11 13 14 12 10 11 10 11 11

105 51 405 27 66 53 -124 33 511 -83 G 12 11 13 12 13 13 12 11 12 12 14 11 11 10 11 11 11 G 12 14 14 13 10 13 12 13 12 13 14 12 11 11 11 11 11

3,180 2,766 3,145 3,543 3,056 2,833 3,647 4,042 2,567 2,417 Rec. 110 79 101 104 111 91 90 83 73 87 71 73 77 94 91 67 52 Rec. 76 89 65 98 59 91 82 87 71 55 54 72 74 101 66 54 52

437 471 428 541 475 428 533 513 487 380 Yards 1,149 954 1,123 1,214 1,329 1,456 1,178 1,024 968 897 844 902 870 1,036 1,175 875 708 Yards 1,149 1,752 1,301 1,339 1,047 1,456 1,319 1,235 1,452 1,250 1,114 1,188 1,075 1,209 1,186 1,008 708

3,285 2,817 3,550 3,570 3,122 2,886 3,523 4,009 3,078 2,334 TD 6 2 10 14 13 7 7 7 7 2 5 3 6 8 10 1 5 TD 6 20 14 7 11 7 13 9 14 14 7 9 14 9 13 9 5

298.6 256.1 273.1 255.0 260.2 288.6 320.3 400.9 279.8 212.2 RPG 9.17 7.18 7.77 8.67 8.54 7.00 7.50 7.55 6.09 7.25 5.07 6.64 7.00 9.40 8.27 6.09 4.73 YPG 95.8 125.1 92.9 103.0 104.7 112.0 109.9 95.0 121.0 96.2 79.6 99.0 97.7 109.9 107.8 91.6 64.4

Receptions Per Game

125

Passing Eciency
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Receiving Yards Per Game


Player, School Ryan Grant, TLN Patrick Edwards, HOU Aldrick Robinson, SMU Emmanuel Sanders, SMU Aldrick Robinson, SMU Donnie Avery, HOU Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP Garrett Mills, TLS Roddy White, UAB Brandon Middleton, HOU Jon Olinger, CIN Deion Branch, LOU Adrian Burnette, TLN Arnold Jackson, LOU Sherrod Gideon, USM Sherrod Gideon, USM Damion Johnson, HOU

Total Oense

Player, School Rakeem Cato, MAR Case Keenum, HOU G.J. Kinne, TLS Case Keenum, HOU Case Keenum, HOU Paul Smith, TLS Jordan Palmer, UTEP

Rush 31 35 561 158 221 119 -76

Pass 4,201 5,631 3,650 5,671 5,020 5,065 3,585

Tot. 4,232 5,666 4,211 5,829 5,241 5,184 3,509

ANNUAL LEADERS

All-Purpose Yards
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Player, School G Trey Watts, TLS 14 Patrick Edwards, HOU 14 Damaris Johnson, TLS 13 Damaris Johnson, TLS 12 Damaris Johnson, TLS 14 Chris Johnson, ECU 13 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP 12 DeAngelo Williams, MEM 11 DeAngelo Williams, MEM 12 DeAngelo Williams, MEM 11 William White, Army 11 Mewelde Moore, TLN 12 Keith Stokes, ECU 10 Frank Moreau, LOU 10 Arnold Jackson, LOU 11 Ketric Sanford, HOU 9 Antowain Smith, HOU 11 Player, School Alex Singleton, TLS Danny Hrapmann, USM Patrick Edwards, HOU Donald Buckram, UTEP Jarett Dillard, RICE Kevin Smith, UCF Ahmad Bradshaw, MAR DeAngelo Williams, MEM DeAngelo Williams, MEM Nick Browne, TCU Art Brown, ECU Leonard Henry, ECU Jonathon Run, CIN Frank Moreau, LOU Leroy Collins, LOU Brad Palazzo, TLN Antowain Smoth, HOU Player, School Richie Leone, HOU Ian Campbell, UTEP Kyle Martens, RICE Matt Dodge, ECU Ross Thevenot, TLN Thomas Morstead, SMU Thomas Morstead, SMU Luke Johnson, USM Chris Beckman, TLN Ryan Dougherty, ECU Jared Preston, ECU Dan MacElroy, ARMY Casey Roussel, TLN Andrew Bayes, ECU Graham White, ARMY Brad Hill, TLN Steve Smith, CIN Player, School Keiwone Malone, MEM Tracey Lampley, USM Patrick Edwards, HOU Damaris Johnson, TLS Joe Burnett, UCF Quintin Demps, UTEP Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP Joe Burnett, UCF Travis Williams, ECU Carl Jones, CIN Aris Comeaux, ARMY Anthony Floyd, LOU Omari Thompson, ARMY Rodregis Brooks, UAB Cornelius Bonner, CIN Tinker Keck, CIN Charles West, HOU Player, School Quincy McDue, UCF Vernon Frazier, UTEP Quincy McDue, UCF Tyron Carrier, HOU Joe Burnett, UCF

Rush 1,108 6 560 175 327 1,423 -2 1,964 1,948 1,430 13 1,421 66 1,289 33 636 1,239

Rec. 343 1,752 872 1,131 743 528 1,319 78 210 384 384 756 442 285 1,175 101 201

PR 154 210 292 256 23 0 281 0 0 0 10 0 416 0 216 0 0

KOR 586 0 904 113 1,382 1,009 275 33 72 299 1239 82 503 0 131 530 15 FG 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 26 0 0 23 0

Yards 2,191 1,968 2,628 2,693 2,475 2,960 1,873 2,075 2,230 2,113 1,646 2,259 1,427 1,574 1,555 1,267 1,455 Pts. 150 130 86 126 120 180 126 114 138 122 104 108 104 102 116 109 92 Avg. 45.5 46.1 46.0 45.8 45.8 44.6 43.8 44.9 42.7 44.5 43.4 44.4 44.2 48.1 44.7 46.2 41.1 TD 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 4 1 TD 3 0 2 4 2

YPG 168.5 140.6 202.2 224.4 176.8 227.7 156.1 188.6 185.8 192.1 149.6 188.2 142.7 157.4 141.4 140.8 132.3 PPG 10.7 9.3 7.2 10.5 9.2 12.9 10.5 10.4 11.5 9.4 10.4 9.8 9.5 10.2 10.5 9.9 8.4

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Darius Marshall, MEM Michael Grandberry, MEM Jessie Henderson, SMU John Eubanks, USM J.R. Reed, USF Broderick Clark, LOU Omari Thompson, ARMY Zek Parker, LOU Zek Parker, LOU Mike Smith, HOU Eric Booth, USM Eric Booth, USM Player, School Chris Boswell, RICE Danny Hrapmann, USM Danny Hrapmann, USM Ben Hartman, ECU Ben Hartman, ECU Swayze Waters, UAB Michael Torres, UCF Darren McCaleb, USM Stephen Gostkowski, MEM Nick Browne, TCU Nick Browne, TCU Kevin Miller, ECU Nick Browne, TCU Jonathan Run, CIN Seth Marler, TLN Ryan White, MEM Brad Palazzo, TLN Ted Lane, MEM Player, School D.J. Hayden, HOU Bryce Callahan, RICE Dexter McCoil, TLS Josh Robinson, UCF Kevin Sanders, UAB Johnell Neal, UCF Brandon Sumrall, USM Quintin Demps, UTEP Nick Graham, TLS Kerry Rhodes, LOU J.R. Reed, USF Jason Goss, TCU Lynaris Elpheage, TLN Glenn Sumter, MEM Anthony Floyd, LOU Rodregis Brooks, UAB K. Dale Rowland, ARMY Patrick Surtain, USM Monty Montgomery, HOU Player, School Marvin Burdette, UAB Curnelius Arnick, TLS Jamon Hughes, MEM Marcus McGraw, HOU Gerald McRath, USM Will Dunbar, UAB Troy Collavo, UTEP Kevis Coley, USM Greg Washington, ARMY Rod Davis, USM Rod Davis, USM Hanik Milligan, HOU Wayne Rogers, HOU Kamal Shakir, MEM T.J. Slaughter, USM Brad Jackson, CIN Tyrus McCloud, LOU Player, School Jared St. John, TLS Sammy Brown, HOU Vinny Curry, MAR Bruce Miller, UCF Phillip Hunt, HOU Phillip Hunt, HOU Albert McClellan, MAR Paul Carrington, UCF Larry McSwain, UAB

12 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 11 9 11 11 G 14 14 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 G 9 12 12 13 12 13 13 12 13 12 11 12 13 11 11 11 11 11 11 G 12 13 12 14 13 12 12 12 11 12 13 10 11 11 11 11 11 G 14 14 12 13 13 13 12 13 12

19 21 24 21 18 26 28 26 35 12 22 12 FG 23 23 26 20 21 22 17 23 20 28 23 14 14 26 15 16 23 12 Int. 4 6 6 6 7 6 6 7 6 6 7 8 8 6 10 9 5 6 6 Solo 90 99 70 79 78 69 42 81 73 111 122 82 87 87 96 93 93 UA 11 13 11 11 14 8 10 9 10

556 517 663 618 570 827 739 752 860 349 766 352 FGA 29 34 31 30 31 28 24 29 24 23 30 17 20 29 21 16 28 18 Yards 171 25 63 84 55 159 101 61 66 56 45 27 133 61 152 152 79 127 87 Ast. 67 60 77 77 59 53 83 69 76 53 46 71 47 56 51 75 51 Ast. 1 1 2 4 0 5 3 0 3

1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 2 0 Pct. 79.3 67.6 83.9 66.7 67.7 78.6 70.8 82.1 93.3 84.8 76.7 82.4 70.0 89.7 71.4 100.0 82.1 66.7 TD 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 Total 157 159 147 156 137 122 125 150 149 164 168 153 134 143 147 168 144 Total 11.5 13.5 12 13 14 13 13 9 13

29.3 24.6 27.6 29.4 31.7 31.8 26.4 28.9 24.6 29.1 34.8 29.3 FG/G 1.77 1.64 2.00 1.54 1.91 1.63 1.55 1.92 1.67 2.15 1.92 1.27 1.27 2.36 1.36 1.45 2.09 1.20 IPG 0.44 0.50 0.50 0.46 0.58 0.46 0.46 0.58 0.46 0.50 0.64 0.67 0.62 0.55 0.91 0.82 0.45 0.55 0.60

Field Goals

Scoring

ANNUAL LEADERS

G 14 14 12 12 13 14 12 11 12 13 10 11 11 10 11 11 11 G 12 12 12 14 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 G 12 14 12 12 12 12 12 13 10 9 9 12 11 11 9 11 11 G 14 12 14 14 12

TD 25 0 14 21 20 30 21 19 23 0 17 18 0 17 19 0 15

XPT 0 61 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 2 0 26 0 2 40 2 Att. 60 48 52 67 45 57 50 53 52 64 73 51 59 47 47 42 68 No. 22 31 15 18 26 15 12 28 20 9 12 14 12 20 9 39 18 No. 17 29 27 34 26

Interceptions
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Punting
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

126

Yards 2,730 2,214 2,391 3,069 2,061 2,545 2,191 2,378 2,219 2,846 3,170 2,264 2,609 2,259 2,101 1,940 2,795 Yards 261 356 231 256 378 200 281 463 354 135 233 198 211 350 122 575 236 Yards 582 884 869 986 745

Tackles
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Punt Returns

Avg. 11.9 11.5 15.4 14.2 14.5 13.3 23.4 16.5 17.7 15.0 19.4 14.1 17.6 17.5 13.6 14.7 13.1 Avg. 34.2 30.5 32.2 29.0 28.7

Quarterback Sacks

Kicko Returns
Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Bo Schobel, TCU Dewayne White, LOU Rod Davis, USM LeMarcus McDonald, TCU Dewayne White, LOU Andre Arnold, MEM Michael Josiah, LOU Tramont Lawless, MEM Adalius Thomas, USM Roderick Coleman, ECU Roderick Coleman, ECU Carl Powell, LOU

13 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

13 10 10 6 15 13 13 9 9 12 14 10

4 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1

17 11 11 11 15 13 13 9 9 14 15 11

2002 Cincinnati 2001 Tulane 2000 Tulane 1999 Louisville 1998 Louisville 1997 Tulane 1996 Houston Year School 2012 SMU 2011 UCF 2010 UCF 2009 UCF 2008 UCF 2007 Tulane 2006 SMU 2005 Memphis 2004 Louisville 2003 TCU 2002 TCU 2001 UAB 2000 Memphis 1999 Southern Miss 1998 Houston 1997 Cincinnati 1996 Louisville

14 12 11 11 11 11 11

1,990 1,602 1,420 1,437 1,658 2,012 1,993 G 13 12 14 13 12 12 12 12 12 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

3,877 3,498 3,569 3,687 4,498 2,598 2,464

1,108 5,867 926 5,100 896 4,989 851 5,124 883 6,156 791 4,610 753 4,457 Avg. 3.7 3.8 3.4 2.6 3.4 3.9 3.2 3.6 3.1 2.7 2.0 1.9 2.3 2.5 3.6 2.7 2.0

45 39 38 48 62 41 43 TD 14 9 9 12 18 17 16 10 10 13 9 6 6 6 19 10 9

419.1 425.0 453.5 465.8 559.6 419.1 405.2 YPG 117.9 108.8 108.4 82.8 126.1 132.6 107.5 125.6 109.0 93.7 64.8 57.3 72.7 91.5 142.2 83.7 81.1

Rushing Defense

Year-by-year team leaders Scoring Oense


Year School 2012 Marshall 2011 Houston 2010 Tulsa 2009 Houston 2008 Tulsa 2007 Tulsa 2006 Houston 2005 Tulsa 2004 Louisville 2003 Louisville 2002 Cincinnati 2001 East Carolina 2000 Louisville 1999 Louisville 1998 Tulane 1997 Tulane 1996 Houston G 12 14 13 14 14 14 14 13 12 13 14 11 11 11 11 11 11 Pts. 491 690 538 591 661 576 462 430 597 450 426 360 388 412 499 375 344 Avg. 40.9 49.3 41.4 42.2 47.2 41.1 33.0 33.1 49.8 34.6 30.4 32.7 35.3 37.5 45.4 34.1 31.3

Att. 418 347 451 416 449 409 403 419 419 443 393 333 346 403 436 337 437

Yards 1,533 1,306 1,517 1,076 1,513 1,591 1,290 1,507 1,308 1,218 778 630 800 1,006 1,564 921 892

Year School G Att. Yards Avg. TD YPG 2012 Tulsa 14 689 3,440 5.0 41 245.7 2011 Southern Miss 14 553 2,872 5.2 17 205.1 2010 Tulsa 13 537 2,820 5.3 32 216.9 2009 UAB 12 463 2,759 6.0 17 229.9 2008 Tulsa 14 674 3,752 5.6 40 268.0 2007 UCF 14 670 3,287 4.9 41 234.8 2006 Southern Miss 14 535 2,378 4.4 23 169.9 2005 Memphis 12 597 3,215 5.4 28 267.9 2004 Louisville 12 534 3,005 5.6 47 250.4 2003 Louisville 13 518 2,966 5.7 35 228.2 2002 TCU 12 589 2,438 4.1 23 203.2 2001 East Carolina 11 417 2,230 5.3 27 202.7 2000 UAB 11 473 1,801 3.8 14 163.7 1999 Army 11 636 2,915 4.6 24 265.0 1998 Army 11 610 3,510 5.3 25 293.8 1997 Cincinnati 11 593 2,371 4.0 22 215.5 1996 Cincinnati 11 521 1,995 3.8 16 181.4 Year School G Att. Cmp. Pct. Int. Yards TD YPG 2012 Marshall 12 607 424 69.9 12 4,381 39 365.1 2011 Houston 14 682 479 70.2 6 6,301 54 450.1 2010 Houston 12 484 298 61.6 20 3,927 34 327.2 2009 Houston 14 747 525 70.3 15 6,072 47 433.7 2008 Houston 13 610 411 67.4 11 5,221 45 401.6 2007 Tulsa 14 564 336 59.6 19 5,194 49 371.0 2006 UTEP 12 446 289 64.8 17 3,744 29 312.0 2005 UTEP 12 458 268 58.5 20 3,607 29 300.6 2004 Louisville 12 359 256 71.3 5 3,463 27 288.6 2003 Memphis 13 470 260 55.3 13 3,419 23 263.0 2002 Cincinnati 14 520 281 54.0 23 3,877 24 276.9 2001 Tulane 12 511 294 57.5 14 3,498 27 291.5 2000 Tulane 11 505 288 57.0 16 3,569 28 324.5 1999 Louisville 11 501 322 64.3 13 3,687 29 335.2 1998 Louisville 11 515 338 65.6 15 4,498 33 408.9 1997 Louisville 11 473 276 58.4 14 3,282 19 298.4 1996 Houston 11 356 224 62.9 13 2,464 22 224.0 Year School 2012 Marshall 2011 Houston 2010 Tulsa 2009 Houston 2008 Tulsa 2007 Tulsa 2006 Houston 2005 Houston 2004 Louisville 2003 Louisville

Rushing Oense

Year School 2012 UCF 2011 Southern Miss 2010 UCF 2009 SMU 2008 UCF 2007 UCF 2006 Southern Miss 2005 Tulsa 2004 Louisville 2003 USF 2002 TCU 2001 Southern Miss 2000 Southern Miss 1999 East Carolina 1998 Southern Miss 1997 Southern Miss 1996 Louisville

Pass Eciency Defense


G 14 14 14 13 12 14 14 13 12 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Att. Cmp. Pct. 480 288 60.0 535 308 57.6 475 258 54.3 435 243 55.9 398 208 52.3 528 290 54.9 393 206 52.4 358 193 53.9 385 195 50.6 352 173 49.1 406 158 38.9 373 194 52.0 370 186 50.3 389 200 51.4 299 165 55.2 429 225 52.4 328 158 48.2

Int. Yards TD E. 11 3,048 16 119.8 19 3,142 14 108.4 17 2,898 21 113.0 17 2,995 20 121.1 18 2,492 14 107.4 24 3,266 26 114.0 17 2,524 14 109.5 22 2,383 9 105.8 17 2,363 18 108.8 13 1,979 14 102.1 22 2,105 16 84.6 14 2,197 8 101.1 14 1,788 9 91.3 17 2,294 10 100.7 10 1,903 8 110.8 17 2,278 13 99.1 10 1,702 11 96.7 TD 39 21 30 32 34 49 30 30 28 26 25 19 17 14 21 21 20 YPG 347.8 303.3 315.4 350.5 333.0 365.6 296.8 340.3 305.9 295.8 240.2 265.9 268.5 294.1 335.5 314.7 235.8

Passing Oense

Year School G Rush Pass Plays Yards 2012 Tulsa 14 1,674 3,195 1,001 4,869 2011 UCF 12 1,306 2,334 732 3,640 2010 UCF 14 1,517 2,898 926 4,415 2009 UCF 13 1,076 3,481 871 4,557 2008 East Carolina 14 1,901 2,761 942 4,662 2007 Houston 13 1,818 2,935 864 4,753 2006 Tulsa 13 1,796 2,063 767 3,859 2005 Marshall 11 1,780 1,963 716 3,743 2004 Louisville 12 1,308 2,363 804 3,671 2003 Memphis 13 1,435 2,410 879 3,845 2002 TCU 12 778 2,105 799 2,883 2001 UAB 11 630 2,295 719 2,925 2000 Southern Miss 11 1,166 1,788 783 2,954 1999 Southern Miss 11 1,006 2,229 754 3,235 1998 Southern Miss 11 1,787 1,903 766 3,690 1997 Southern Miss 11 1,184 2,278 796 3,462 1996 Louisville 11 892 1,702 765 2,594

Total Defense

127

Punting

Total Oense

G Rush Pass Plays Yards TD YPG 12 2,030 4,381 1,087 6,411 63 534.2 14 2,086 6,301 1,102 8,387 87 599.1 13 2,820 3,753 1,006 6,573 64 505.6 14 1,815 6,072 1,150 7,887 70 563.4 14 3,752 4,226 1,097 7,978 87 569.9 14 2,421 5,194 1,126 7,615 77 543.9 14 2,356 3,889 935 6,245 59 446.1 12 1,997 3,268 899 5,265 42 438.8 12 3,005 3,463 893 6,468 74 539.0 13 2,966 3,389 913 6,355 55 488.8

Year School 2012 UTEP 2011 UTEP 2010 Rice 2009 East Carolina 2008 East Carolina 2007 SMU 2006 SMU 2005 Memphis 2004 USF 2003 East Carolina 2002 East Carolina 2001 Cincinnati 2000 Tulane 1999 Cincinnati 1998 Southern Miss 1997 Tulane 1996 Southern Miss

G 12 12 12 14 14 12 12 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Att. 66 48 55 68 73 58 51 63 57 65 75 65 59 55 55 42 73

Yards 2,814 2,214 2,501 3,077 3,207 2,545 2,191 2,788 2,380 2,852 3,177 2,826 2,609 2,320 2,145 1,940 2,897

Avg. 39.8 40.5 39.9 39.1 43.9 39.3 37.0 39.2 38.8 40.6 42.4 43.5 44.2 39.4 39.0 46.2 39.7

ANNUAL LEADERS

Year School 2012 Memphis 2011 Houston 2010 Houston 2009 Tulsa 2008 UCF 2007 UTEP 2006 UTEP 2005 UCF 2004 East Carolina 2003 Southern Miss 2002 Tulane 2001 Louisville 2000 Army 1999 UAB 1998 Cincinnati 1997 Cincinnati 1996 Southern Miss Year School 2012 Tulsa 2011 UCF 2010 UCF 2009 UCF 2008 UCF 2007 East Carolina 2006 SMU 2005 Marshall 2004 UAB 2003 USF 2002 TCU 2001 East Carolina 2000 Louisville 1999 Louisville 1998 Army 1997 Southern Miss 1996 Southern Miss Year School 2012 Tulane 2011 UAB 2010 East Carolina 2009 Tulsa 2008 UAB 2007 UTEP 2006 UCF 2005 Southern Miss 2004 Southern Miss 2003 TCU 2002 TCU 2001 Tulane 2000 Cincinnati 1999 UAB 1998 Memphis 1997 Tulane 1996 Cincinnati Year School 2012 SMU 2011 Houston 2010 Tulsa 2009 East Carolina 2008 East Carolina 2007 UCF 2006 Southern Miss 2005 Tulsa 2004 Louisville 2003 Cincinnati 2002 TCU Tulane 2001 Louisville 2000 Louisville 1999 UAB 1998 East Carolina 1997 Tulane 1996 Southern Miss Year School 2012 SMU 2011 Houston 2010 Tulsa 2009 East Carolina 2008 Rice

Punt Returns

G No. Yards TD Avg. 12 25 300 1 12.0 14 24 317 2 13.2 12 16 228 1 14.2 12 20 282 1 14.1 12 8 369 0 13.2 12 22 299 0 13.6 12 13 260 2 20.0 13 28 463 2 16.5 11 28 440 1 15.7 13 35 451 1 12.9 13 28 484 2 17.3 12 35 420 2 12.0 11 17 290 3 17.1 11 23 440 2 19.1 11 15 233 1 15.5 11 40 582 4 14.6 11 23 322 1 14.0 G No. Yards TD Avg. 14 36 959 1 26.6 12 42 1,131 1 26.9 14 45 1,250 2 27.8 13 53 1,314 1 24.8 12 47 1,172 2 24.9 13 62 1,506 1 24.3 12 44 1,010 1 23.0 11 40 906 1 22.6 12 39 920 0 23.6 11 30 755 1 25.2 12 32 742 1 23.2 11 40 948 1 23.7 11 31 810 0 26.1 11 39 910 2 23.3 11 45 1,078 0 24.0 11 31 873 2 28.2 11 30 759 0 25.3 G 12 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 FG 21 16 16 13 19 17 17 23 16 28 23 15 29 12 16 23 13 FGA 21 19 18 14 24 20 24 28 19 34 30 16 32 16 16 28 21 Pct. 1.000 .842 .889 .929 .792 .850 .708 .821 .842 .824 .767 .938 .906 .750 100.0 .821 .619 FG/G 1.75 1.33 1.23 1.09 1.58 1.42 1.42 1.92 1.33 2.15 1.92 1.25 2.64 1.09 1.45 2.09 1.18 IPG 1.62 1.50 1.85 1.21 1.57 1.71 1.24 1.83 1.42 1.58 1.83 1.83 1.42 2.45 1.73 1.36 2.36 1.64

2007 East Carolina 2006 Houston 2005 Tulsa 2004 Louisville 2003 Tulane Southern Miss 2002 Tulane 2001 Louisville 2000 Louisville Cincinnati 1999 Southern Miss 1998 Tulane 1997 Tulane 1996 Southern Miss Year School 2012 Houston 2011 Houston 2010 UTEP 2009 Houston 2008 Houston 2007 East Carolina 2006 Houston 2005 UTEP 2004 Army 2003 Army 2002 Cincinnati 2001 East Carolina 2000 Army 1999 Southern Miss 1998 Southern Miss 1997 Southern Miss 1996 Southern Miss

13 14 13 12 12 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 G 12 14 13 14 13 13 14 12 11 13 14 11 11 11 11 11 11 G 14 14 14 13 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 G 14 13 14 13 14 14 13 12 12 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

31 14 +17 25 16 +9 36 17 +19 27 16 +11 31 26 +5 33 28 +5 43 21 +22 31 23 +8 38 26 +12 34 22 +12 30 20 +10 26 11 +15 34 20 +14 34 20 +14 Ast. 668 538 606 665 543 562 52 494 404 592 637 488 439 442 461 461 471 Yards 504 427 348 434 365 383 320 358 360 454 526 400 474 434 453 363 742 Total 1,137 1,117 1,063 1,245 1,088 1,104 1,013 985 941 1,318 1,359 1,077 1,079 1,045 1,223 1,147 1,175

Tackles

Kicko Returns

ANNUAL LEADERS

Solo 469 579 457 580 545 542 461 491 537 726 722 589 640 603 762 686 704 Total 110 108 88 94 98 98 86 88 89 123 152 87 113 118 114 91 145 Total 53 33 32 38 38 39 33 31 37 39 49 41 50 43 52 41 46

Tackles for Loss


Year School 2012 Tulsa 2011 Houston 2010 UCF 2009 UCF 2008 UCF 2007 East Carolina 2006 SMU 2005 UTEP 2004 Cincinnati 2003 TCU 2002 TCU 2001 Louisville 2000 Southern Miss 1999 Southern Miss 1998 Southern Miss 1997 Tulane 1996 Louisville Year School 2012 Tulsa 2011 SMU 2010 UCF 2009 UCF 2008 Tulsa 2007 UCF 2006 Rice 2005 Southern Miss 2004 Louisville 2003 TCU 2002 Tulane 2001 Louisville 2000 Louisville 1999 Houston 1998 Southern Miss 1997 East Carolina 1996 Louisville

Field Goals

128

Quarterback Sacks

Interceptions

G Int. Yards TD 13 21 557 8 14 21 238 2 13 24 444 4 14 17 283 2 14 22 278 3 14 24 392 2 14 17 277 4 12 22 246 1 12 17 116 1 12 19 179 1 12 22 237 0 12 22 400 3 12 17 153 1 11 27 328 2 11 19 315 2 11 15 204 2 11 26 362 2 11 18 282 1 G Gained Lost Margin 13 37 23 +14 14 31 15 +16 13 36 19 +17 14 34 23 +11 13 31 16 +15

Turnover Margin

ALL-TIME HONORS
All-CONFERENCE 2012
ALL-CONFERENCE First Team
OFFENSE QB Rakeem Cato, So., Marshall RB Zach Line, Sr., SMU RB Latavius Murray, Sr., UCF RB Darrin Reaves, So., UAB OL Jacolby Ashworth, Sr., Houston OL Brian DeShane, Sr., Tulsa OL Jared Grigg, Sr., Tulsa OL Chris Hubbard, Sr., UAB OL Jordan Rae, Sr., UCF TE Vance McDonald, Sr., Rice WR Ryan Grant, Jr., Tulane WR Justin Hardy, So., East Carolina WR Tommy Shuler, So., Marshall DEFENSE DL Jamie Collins, Sr., Southern Miss DL Troy Davis, Sr., UCF DL Cory Dorris, Sr., Tulsa DL Margus Hunt, Sr., SMU LB DeAundre Brown, Sr., Tulsa LB JaGared Davis, Sr., SMU LB Phillip Steward, Sr., Houston DB Phillip Gaines, Jr., Rice DB D.J. Hayden, Sr., Houston DB Kemal Ishmael, Sr., UCF DB Dexter McCoil, Sr., Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS K Cairo Santos, Jr., Tulane P Richie Leone, Jr., Houston KR Quincy McDue, Sr., UCF PR J.J. Worton, So., UCF LS Billy Johnson, Gr., Tulane OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE TE TE TE WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR Eric Jones, Sr., Tulane Jordan McCray, Jr., UCF James Nelson, Sr., UTEP Austin Quattrochi, Sr., Southern Miss Bryce Redman, So., Houston Alex Schooler, Jr., Marshall Jason Weaver, Sr., Southern Miss Caleb Williams, Fr., Rice Kennard Backman, So., UAB Justin Tukes, So., UCF Craig Wenrick, Jr., UTEP Luke Willson, Sr., Rice Mike Edwards, Sr., UTEP Rannell Hall, So., UCF Jordan James, Jr., Tulsa Jeremy Johnson, Jr., SMU Sam McGue, Sr., Rice Marcus Rucker, Sr., Memphis Jackie Williams, Jr., UAB Antavious Wilson, Sr., Marshall DEFENSE DL Vinny Curry, Sr., Marshall DL Tyrunn Walker, Sr., Tulsa DL Cordarro Law, Sr., Southern Miss DL Taylor Thompson, Sr., SMU LB Curnelius Arnick, Sr., Tulsa LB Sammy Brown, Sr., Houston LB Trent Mackey, Jr., Tulane DB Omar Brown, Sr., Marshall DB Richard Crawford, Sr., SMU DB Marquese Wheaton, Sr., Southern Miss DB Josh Robinson, Jr., UCF SPECIAL TEAMS K Kevin Fitzpatrick, Sr., Tulsa P Kyle Martens, Sr., Rice KR Rannell Hall, Fr., UCF PR Tracey Lampley, Sr., Southern Miss LS Matt Camilli, Sr., UTEP LB LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB Cameron Nwosu, So., Rice Jamie Collins, Jr., Southern Miss Ronnie Thornton, Sr., Southern Miss Shawn Jackson, So., Tulsa Isaiah Carter, Sr., UTEP Paul Porras, So., Rice Bryce Callahan, Fr., Rice Chris Banjo, Sr., SMU Kendrick Presley, Sr., Southern Miss Ryan Travis, Jr., Tulane Milton Howell, Sr., Tulsa Marco Nelson, So., Tulsa Kemal Ishmael, Jr., UCF Antwon Blake, Sr., UTEP

Second Team

OFFENSE QB Blake Bortles, So., UCF RB Vintavious Cooper, Jr., East Carolina RB Charles Sims, Jr., Houston OL Bryan Collins, Sr., SMU OL Jordan Devey, Sr., Memphis OL Trent Dupy, Sr., Tulsa OL Will Simmons, Jr., East Carolina OL Torrian Wilson, So., UCF TE Gator Hoskins, Jr., Marshall WR Aaron Dobson, Sr., Marshall WR Keyarris Garrett, So., Tulsa WR Darius Johnson, Sr., SMU DEFENSE DL Michael Brooks, Sr., East Carolina DL Johnnie Farms, Jr., Memphis DL Martin Ifedi, So., Memphis DL Jared St. John, Sr., Tulsa LB Marvin Burdette, Sr., UAB LB Derrell Johnson, Jr., East Carolina LB Taylor Reed, Sr., SMU DB Kenneth Acker, Jr., SMU DB A.J. Bouye, Sr., UCF DB Dominick LeGrande, Gr., Marshall DB Marco Nelson, Jr., Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS K Chris Boswell, Jr., Rice P Ian Campbell, Sr., UTEP KR Trey Watts, Jr., Tulsa PR Justin Hardy, So., East Carolina LS Brandon Hartson, Sr., Houston HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE QB Shane Carden, So., East Carolina QB Cody Green, Jr., Tulsa QB Ryan Grin, Sr., Tulane QB Taylor McHargue, Jr., Rice RB Nathan Jeery, So., UTEP RB Alex Singleton, Sr., Tulsa RB Trey Watts, Jr., Tulsa OL Eloy Atkinson, Sr., UTEP OL Drew Carroll, So., Rice OL Adhem Elsawi, Jr., East Carolina OL Jordan Free, Sr., SMU OL Chris Jasperse, So., Marshall OL Jordan Jeries, Jr., Marshall

DEFENSE DL Marcus Bagley, Jr., UTEP DL Alex Bazzie, Jr., Marshall DL Cody Bauer, Jr., Rice DL Christian Covington, Fr., Rice DL Austen Jacks, Sr., Tulane DL Derrick Jackson, Sr., Tulsa DL Horace Miller, Jr., UTEP DL Lee Pegues, Jr., East Carolina DL Torlan Pittman, Sr., SMU DL Terry Redden, So., Memphis DL Hosam Shahin, Jr., Rice DL Brandon Sparrow, Jr., Marshall DL Rakeem Nunez-Roches, So., Southern Miss DL Julius Warmsley, Jr., Tulane DL Greg Watkins, Sr., UTEP LB Anthony Brown, Jr., Memphis LB Jeremy Grove, So., East Carolina LB Shawn Jackson, Jr., Tulsa LB Tank Jakes, So., Memphis LB Derrick Mathews, So., Houston LB Cameron Nwosu, Jr., Rice LB Josh Fely, Sr., UTEP DB Lonnie Ballentine, Jr., Memphis DB Jordan Batiste, Fr., Tulane DB Lorenzo Doss, Fr., Tulane DB DeShawn Grayson, Sr., UTEP DB Calvin Jones, Jr., UAB DB Damon Magazu, Jr., East Carolina DB Zach McMillian, Jr., Houston DB Okechukwu Okoroha, Gr., Marshall DB Paul Porras, Jr., Rice DB Lowell Rose, Sr., Tulsa DB Deron Wilson, Sr., Southern Miss DB Darren Woodard, Sr., UTEP SPECIAL TEAMS K Matt Hogan, Jr., Houston K Justin Haig, So., Marshall K Warren Harvey, So., East Carolina K Matt Hogan, Sr., Houston K Ty Long, So.., UAB P Tom Hornsey, Jr.., Memphis P Mike Loftus, So., SMU P Hunter Mullins, So., UAB P Trent Tignor, Jr., East Carolina KR Autrey Golden, Fr., UTEP KR Bobby McCain, So., Memphis PR Mike Edwards, Sr., UTEP LS Nick Dooley, Fr., UTEP LS Trevor Gillette, Jr., Rice LS Taylor Klein, Sr., UAB

Second Team

DEFENSE DL Marquis Frazier, Sr., SMU DL Dezman Moses, Sr., Tulane DL Dontari Poe, Jr., Memphis DL Scott Solomon, Sr., Rice LB JaGared Davis, Sr., SMU LB Marcus McGraw, Sr., Houston LB Taylor Reed, Jr., SMU DB Jamie Bender, Sr., UAB DB Emanuel Davis, Jr., East Carolina DB D.J. Hayden, Jr., Houston DB Dexter McCoil, Jr., Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS K Danny Hrapmann, Sr., Southern Miss P Ian Campbell, Jr., UTEP KR Tyron Carrier, Sr., Houston PR Patrick Edwards, Sr., Houston LS Charley Hughlett, Sr., UCF HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE RB Michael Hayes, Sr., Houston RB Tyler Smith, Sr., Rice RB Trey Watts, So., Tulsa RB Joe Banyard, Sr., UTEP OL Kevin Forsch, So., Houston OL Ryan Tillman, Sr., Marshall OL Bryce Tennison, Sr., SMU OL Kelly Turner, Sr., SMU OL Harris Howard, Sr., Tulane OL Tyler Holmes, Sr., Tulsa OL Chris Hubbard, Jr., UAB OL Theo Goins, Jr., UCF OL Jordan Rae, Jr., UCF OL Nathan McCage, Sr., UTEP OL Eloy Atkinson, Jr., UTEP TE Luke Willson, Jr., Rice TE Adam Nissley, Sr., UCF WR Aaron Dobson, Jr., Marshall WR Tanner Rehrer, Sr., Memphis WR Ryan Balentine, Sr., Southern Miss WR Kelvin Bolden, Sr., Southern Miss WR Tracy Lampley, Sr., Southern Miss WR Jackie Williams, So., UAB DEFENSE DL Frank Trotter, Sr., Memphis DL Torian Pittman, Jr., SMU DL Margus Hunt, Jr., SMU DL Cory Dorris, Jr., Tulsa DL Elliott Henigan, Sr., UAB DL Victor Gray, So., UCF DL Bernard Obi, Sr., UTEP LB Jeremy Grove, Fr., East Carolina

DEFENSE DL Vinny Curry, Jr., Marshall DL Bruce Miller, Sr., UCF DL Cheta Ozougwu, Sr., Rice DL Taylor Thompson, Jr., SMU LB JaGared Davis, So., SMU LB Mario Harvey, Sr., Marshall LB Jamon Hughes, Sr., Memphis DB Philip Davis, Sr., Tulane DB Kemal Ishmael, So., UCF DB Marco Nelson, Fr., Tulsa DB Josh Robinson, So., UCF SPECIAL TEAMS K Danny Hrapmann, Jr., Southern Miss P Kyle Martens, Jr., Rice KR Quincy McDue, So., UCF PR Dwayne Harris, Sr., East Carolina PR Damaris Johnson, Jr., Tulsa LS Brandon Long, Sr., Rice

129

Second Team

2011

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Austin Davis, Jr., Southern Miss RB Orleans Darkwa, Fr., Tulane RB Ronnie Weaver, Jr., UCF OL Clint Anderson, Jr., Tulsa OL Rod Huntley, Sr., UTEP OL Dominik Riley, Sr., Memphis OL Chad Schoeld, Sr., Marshall OL Isaiah Thompson, Sr., Houston TE Lee Smith, Sr., Marshall WR Cole Beasley, Jr., SMU WR Lance Lewis, Jr., East Carolina WR Damaris Johnson, Jr., Tulsa DEFENSE DL Anthony Gray, Sr., Southern Miss DL Elliott Henigan, Jr., UAB DL Cordarro Law, Jr., Southern Miss DL Darius Nall, Jr., UCF LB Trent Mackey, So., Tulane LB Marcus McGraw, Jr., Houston LB Youri Yenga, Sr., SMU DB Travis Bradshaw, Jr., Rice DB Emanuel Davis, Jr., East Carolina DB Chris Banjo, Jr., SMU DB Justin Wilson, Sr., Southern Miss DB Travaun Nixon, Jr., UTEP

OFFENSE QB Case Keenum, Sr., Houston RB Zach Line, Jr., SMU RB Charles Sims, So., Houston OL Clint Anderson, Sr., Tulsa OL Kelvin Beachum, Sr., SMU OL Lamar Holmes, Sr., Southern Miss OL Matt McCants, Sr., UAB OL Chris Thompson, Sr., Houston TE Justin Johnson, Sr., Houston WR Cole Beasley, Sr., SMU WR Patrick Edwards, Sr., Houston WR Darius Johnson, Jr., SMU

ALL-TIME HONORS

OFFENSE QB Austin Davis, Jr., Southern Miss QB G.J. Kinne, Sr., Tulsa RB Orleans Darkwa, So., Tulane RB JaTerian Douglas, So., Tulsa OL Jacoby Ashworth, Jr., Houston OL Joe Duhon, Jr., Southern Miss OL Ron Leary, Sr., Memphis OL Nick Pieschel, Sr., UCF OL Jason Weaver, Sr., Southern Miss TE Clay Sears, Sr., Tulsa WR Tyron Carrier, Sr., Houston WR Willie Carter, Jr., Tulsa WR Lance Lewis, Sr., East Carolina

SPECIAL TEAMS K Matt Hogan, Jr., Houston K Chris Boswell, So., Rice K Ty Long, Fr., UAB P Richie Leone, So., Houston P Tom Hornsey, So., Memphis KR Vernon Frazier, Sr., UTEP PR Richard Crawford, Sr., SMU

2010

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB G.J. Kinne, Jr., Tulsa RB Bryce Beall, Jr., Houston RB Zach Line, So., SMU OL Kelvin Beachum, Jr., SMU OL Matt McCants, Jr., UAB OL Jah Reid, Sr., UCF OL Willie Smith, Sr., East Carolina OL Chris Thompson, Jr., Houston OL Cameron Zipp, Sr., Southern Miss TE Johdrick Morris, Sr., Southern Miss WR Dwayne Harris, Sr., East Carolina WR Patrick Edwards, Jr., Houston WR Aldrick Robinson, Sr., SMU

SPECIAL TEAMS K Michael Barbour, Jr., East Carolina P Michael Such, Sr., Tulsa KR Damaris Johnson, Jr., Tulsa PR Patrick Edwards, Jr., Houston LS Charley Hughlett, Jr., UCF Honorable Mention OFFENSE QB Dominique Davis, Jr., East Carolina QB Kyle Padron, So., SMU QB Bryan Ellis, Jr., UAB QB Trevor Vittatoe, Sr., UTEP RB Jonathan Williams, Sr., East Carolina RB Sam McGue, So., Rice RB Kendrick Hardy, Fr., Southern Miss RB Charles Clay, Sr., Tulsa RB Pat Shed, Jr., UAB RB Joe Banyard, Jr., UTEP OL Jake Hicks, Jr., Rice OL J.T. Brooks, Jr., SMU OL Blake McJunkin, Jr., SMU OL Joe Duhon, So., Southern Miss OL Lamar Holmes, Jr., Southern Miss OL Pete Hendrickson, Sr., Tulane OL Andrew Nierman, Sr., Tulane OL Tyler Holmes, Jr., Tulsa OL Nick Pieschel, Jr., UCF OL Anthony McNac, Sr., UTEP OL Alex Solot, Sr., UTEP TE Cody Sparks, Sr., Tulane TE Charles Clay, Sr., Tulsa TE Jeery Anderson, Sr., UAB TE Adam Nissley, Jr., UCF WR James Cleveland, Sr., Houston WR Aaron Dobson, So., Marshall WR Marcus Rucker, So., Memphis WR Vance McDonald, So., Rice WR Kelvin Bolden, Jr., Southern Miss WR Casey Robottom, Sr., Tulane WR Mike Jones, Sr., UAB WR Brian Watters, Sr., UCF WR Kris Adams, Sr., UTEP DEFENSE DL Josh Smith, Sr., East Carolina DL Dontari Poe, So., Memphis DL Frank Trotter, Jr., Memphis DL John Giore, Jr., Rice DL Margus Hunt, So., SMU DL John Henderson, Sr., Southern Miss DL Justin Adams, Sr., Tulane DL Dezman Moses, Jr., Tulane DL Cory Dorris, So., Tulsa DL Odrick Ray, Sr., Tulsa DL Tyrunn Walker, Jr., Tulsa DL Bryant Turner, Sr., UAB DL David Williams, Sr., UCF DL Robert Soleyjacks, Sr., UTEP LB Dustin Lineback, Sr., East Carolina LB Sammy Brown, Jr., Houston LB Pete Fleps, Sr., SMU LB Taylor Reed, So., SMU LB Jamie Collins, So., Southern Miss LB Korey Williams, Jr., Southern Miss LB Tanner Antle, Sr., Tulsa LB Curnelius Arnick, Jr., Tulsa LB Shawn Jackson, Fr., Tulsa LB Marvin Burdette, So., UAB LB Derrick Hallman, Sr., UCF LB Isaiah Carter, Jr., UTEP DB Donald Brown, So., Marshall DB Omar Brown, Jr., Marshall DB Richard Crawford, Jr., SMU DB Chico Hunter, Sr., Southern Miss DB Alex Wacha, Sr., Tulane DB John Flanders, Jr., Tulsa DB Dexter McCoil, So., Tulsa DB T.J. Ballou, Jr., UAB DB Jamie Bender, Jr., UAB DB Deshawn Grayson, So., UTEP DB Wiston Jeune, Sr., UTEP SPECIAL TEAMS K Paulo Henriques, So., Memphis K Cairo Santos, Fr., Tulane P Tom Hornsey, Fr., Memphis P Ian Campbell, So., UTEP KR Marlon McClure, So., UTEP PR Josh Robinson, So., UCF PR Marlon McClure, So., UTEP LS Keenan Bratcher, Sr., Memphis LS Creighton Nelms, Jr., Southern Miss LS Jonathan Edwards, So., Tulane

LS LS

Taylor Klein, So., UAB Matt Camilli, Jr., UTEP

2009

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Case Keenum, Jr., Houston RB Curtis Steele, Sr., Memphis RB Donald Buckram, Jr., UTEP OL Sean Allen, Sr., East Carolina OL Ryan Hebert, Sr., Southern Miss OL Jake Seitz, Sr., UAB OL Jah Reid, Jr., UCF OL Mike Aguayo, Jr., UTEP TE Cody Slate, Sr., Marshall WR Dwayne Harris, Jr., East Carolina WR James Cleveland, Jr., Houston WR Emmanuel Sanders, Sr., SMU DEFENSE DL Linval Joseph, Jr., East Carolina DL C.J. Wilson, Sr., East Carolina DL Jarvis Geathers, Sr., UCF DL Bruce Miller, Jr., UCF LB Mario Harvey, Sr., Marshall LB Chase Kennemer, Sr., SMU LB Cory Hogue, Sr., UCF DB Emmanuel Davis, So., East Carolina DB Van Eskridge, Sr., East Carolina DB Eddie Hicks, Sr., Southern Miss DB DaMon Cromartie-Smith, Sr., UTEP SPECIAL TEAMS K Craig Ratanamorn, Sr., Marshall P Matt Dodge, Sr., East Carolina KR Tyron Carrier, So., Houston PR Emmanuel Sanders, Sr., SMU LS Sean McClellan, Sr., Marshall

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE TE TE WR WR WR WR WR

Josh LeRibeus, So., SMU Kyle Burkhart, Sr., Southern Miss Cameron Zipp, Jr., Southern Miss Nick Landry, Sr., Tulane Andrew Nierman, Jr., Tulane Matt McCants, So., UAB Tanner Cullumber, Jr., UTEP Rod Huntley, Jr., UTEP Alex Solot, Jr., UTEP Cameron Rashcke, Sr., UTEP Lee Smith, Fr., Marshall Charles Clay, Jr., Tulsa Jerey Anderson, Jr., UAB Tyron Carrier, So., Houston Carlos Singleton, Sr., Memphis Gerald Baptiste, Sr., Southern Miss Jeremy Williams, Sr., Tulane Je Moturi, Sr., UTEP

DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

Albert McClellan, Jr., Marshall Clinton McDonald, Sr., Memphis Gerald McRath, Jr., Southern Miss Joe Henderson, Sr., UAB Adam Vincent, Sr., UTEP Van Eskridge, Jr., East Carolina Kevin Sanders, Sr., UAB Share Rashad, Sr., UCF Joe Burnett, Sr., UCF

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Jose Martinez, Jr., UTEP P Swayze Waters, Sr., UAB KR Joe Burnett, Sr., UCF PR Joe Burnett, Sr., UCF LS Craig Gelhardt, Sr., Tulane

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB Case Keenum, So., Houston RB Darius Marshall, So., Marshall RB Curtis Steele, Jr., Memphis OL Sean Allen, Jr., East Carolina OL Brian Leggett, Sr., Marshall OL David Berken, Sr., Rice OL Pat Brown, Sr., UCF OL Ryan McKee, Sr., Southern Miss TE Mark Hafner, Sr., Houston WR Tyron Carrier, Fr., Houston WR Darius Passmore, Sr., Marshall WR Emmanuel Sanders, Jr., SMU

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team

130

OFFENSE QB Joe Webb, Sr., UAB RB Darius Marshall, Jr., Marshall RB Damion Fletcher, Sr., Southern Miss OL Terence Campbell, Sr., East Carolina OL Jarve Dean, Jr., Houston OL Daniel Baldridge, Sr., Marshall OL Scott Mitchell, Jr., Rice OL Kelvin Beachum, So., SMU TE Leroy Banks, Sr., Southern Miss WR Patrick Edwards, So., Houston WR Duke Calhoun, Sr., Memphis WR DeAndre Brown, So., Southern Miss WR Damaris Johnson, So., Tulsa DEFENSE DL Tyrell Graham, Sr., Houston DL Albert McClellan, Sr., Marshall DL Scott Solomon, Jr., Rice DL Torell Troup, Sr., UCF LB Nick Johnson, Sr., East Carolina LB Marcus McGraw, So., Houston LB Korey Williams, So., Southern Miss DB Brandon Brinkley, Sr., Houston DB James Lockett, Sr., Tulsa DB Hiram Atwater, Jr., UAB DB Josh Robinson, Fr., UCF SPECIAL TEAMS K Ben Hartman, Sr., East Carolina P Matt Reagan, Sr., Memphis KR Dwayne Harris, Jr., East Carolina PR Damaris Johnson, So., Tulsa LS Cody Tawater, Sr., Southern Miss Honorable Mention OFFENSE QB Brett Hodges, Sr., UCF QB Trevor Vittatoe, Jr., UTEP RB Dominique Lindsay, Sr., ECU RB Shawnbrey McNeal, Jr., SMU RB Andre Anderson, Sr., Tulane RB Charles Clay, Jr., Tulsa RB Brynn Harvey, So., UCF OL D.J. Scott, Jr., ECU OL Willie Smith, Jr., ECU OL Carl Barnett, Sr., Houston OL Chris Thompson, So., Houston OL Chad Schoeld, Jr., Marshall OL Dominik Riley, Jr., Memphis OL Davon Allen, So., Rice OL Jake Hicks, So., Rice OL J.T. Brooks, So., SMU

DEFENSE DL Scotty Robinson, Sr., East Carolina DL Jay Ross, Sr., East Carolina DL Vinny Curry, Jr., Marshall DL Michael Janac, Jr., Marshall DL Cheta Ozougwu, Jr., Rice DL Marquis Frazier, Jr., SMU DL Margus Hunt, Fr., SMU DL Taylor Thompson, So., SMU DL Terrance Conner, Sr., Southern Miss DL Anthony Gray, Jr., Southern Miss DL Cordarro Law, So., Southern Miss DL Adam Kwentua, Jr., Tulane DL Cory Dorris, Fr., Tulsa DL Wilson Garrison, Sr., Tulsa DL Bryant Turner, Jr., UAB DL Steve Riddick, Sr., UTEP DL Aaron King, Sr., UTEP DL Robert Soleyjacks, Jr., UTEP LB Jeremy Chambliss, Sr., East Carolina LB Youri Yenga, Jr., SMU LB Pete Fleps, Jr., SMU LB Ronnie Thornton, So., Southern Miss LB Travis Burks, Sr., Tulane LB Mike Bryan, Sr., Tulsa LB Derrick Hallman, Jr., UCF LB Lawrence Young, Jr., UCF DB Levin Neal, Sr., East Carolina DB Travis Simmons, Jr., East Carolina DB DeQuan Bembry, So., Marshall DB Ashton Hall, Sr., Marshall DB Travis Bradshaw, So., Rice DB Andrew Sendejo, Sr., Rice DB Rock Dennis, Sr., SMU DB Bryan McCann, Sr., SMU DB C.J. Bailey, Jr., Southern Miss DB Chinonso Echebelm, Sr., Tulane DB Cornelius Brown, Sr., UTEP DB Braxton Amy, Jr., UTEP DB Clarence Ward, Sr., UTEP SPECIAL TEAMS K Matt Reagan, Sr., Memphis K Matt Syzmanski, Jr., SMU K Kevin Fitzpatrick, So., Tulsa P Michael Such, Jr., Tulsa P Greg Hiett, Sr., UTEP KR Bryce McCann, Sr., SMU KR Freddie Parham, Sr., Southern Miss KR Damaris Johnson, So., Tulsa PR Tracy Lampley, Fr., Southern Miss PR Je Moturi, Sr., UTEP LS William Smith, So., East Carolina LS Keenan Bratcher, Jr., Memphis LS Charley Hughlett, So., UCF

ALL-TIME HONORS

DEFENSE DL Anthony Gray, So., Southern Miss DL Moton Hopkins, Sr., Tulsa DL Bruce Miller, So., UCF DL Torell Troup, Jr., UCF LB Pierre Bell, Sr., East Carolina LB Maurice Kitchens, Sr., Marshall LB Brian Raines, Sr., Rice DB Kenneth Fontenette, Sr., Houston DB C.J. Spillman, Sr., Marshall DB James Lockett, Jr., Tulsa DB Eddie Hicks, Jr., Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS PK Swayze Waters, Jr., UAB P Ross Thevenot, Jr., Tulane KR Damaris Johnson, Fr., Tulsa PR Josh Ferguson, Sr., UTEP LS Je Hamby, Sr., UAB Honorable Mention OFFENSE QB David Johnson, Sr., Tulsa QB Trevor Vittatoe, So., UTEP RB Bryce Beall, Fr., Houston RB Andre Anderson, Jr., Tulane OL Michael Bloesch, Sr., Houston OL Philip Beliles, Sr., Memphis OL Ryan Hebert, Jr., Southern Miss OL Michael Perenton, Sr., Tulane OL Rodrick Thomas, Sr., Tulsa OL Terence Edge, So., UAB OL Jake Seitz, So., UAB OL Mike Aguayo, So., UTEP OL Cameron Raschke, Jr., UTEP TE Davon Drew, Sr., East Carolina TE Cody Slate, Jr., Marshall TE Shawn Nelson, Sr., Southern Miss WR Maurice Jones, Sr., Memphis WR Carlos Singleton, Jr., Memphis WR Aldrick Robinson, So., SMU WR Damaris Johnson, Fr., Tulsa WR Frantrell Forrest, So., UAB WR Kris Adams, So., UTEP WR Je Moturi, Jr., UTEP DEFENSE DL Linval Joseph, So., East Carolina DL Jay Ross, Jr., East Carolina DL Zack Slate, Sr., East Carolina DL Michael Janac, So., Marshall DL Scott Solomon, So., Rice DL Chance Talbert, Jr., Rice DL Reggie Scott, Sr., Tulane DL Wilson Garrison, Jr., Tulsa DL Bryant Turner, So., UAB DL James Olalekan, Sr., UTEP LB Nick Johnson, Sr., East Carolina LB Cody Lubojasky, Sr., Houston LB Mario Harvey, Jr., Marshall LB Greg Jackson, Jr., Memphis LB Tukumbo Abanikanda, Sr., Southern Miss

2008

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Chase Clement, Sr., Rice RB Damion Fletcher, Jr., Southern Miss RB Tarrion Adams, Sr., Tulsa OL Sebastian Vollmer, Sr., Houston OL Brandon Pearce, Sr., Memphis OL Troy Kropog, Sr., Tulane OL Justin Morsey, Sr., Tulsa OL Robby Felix, Jr, UTEP TE James Casey, So., Rice WR Jarett Dillard, Sr., Rice WR DeAndre Brown, Fr., Southern Miss WR Brennan Marion, Sr., Tulsa DEFENSE DL Phillip Hunt, Sr., Houston DL C.J. Wilson, Jr., East Carolina

LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB

Mike Bryan, Jr., Tulsa Derrick Hallman, So., UCF Lawrence Young, So., UCF Adam Vincent, Jr., UTEP D.A. Grin, Jr., Memphis Alton Starr, Jr., Memphis Andrew Sendejo, Jr., Rice Roy Roberts, Sr., Tulsa Kenny Sims, Jr., Tulsa Johnell Neal, Sr., UCF Jason Venson, Sr., UCF Cornelius Brown, Jr., UTEP DaMon Cromartie-Smith, Jr., UTEP Josh Ferguson, Sr., UTEP

LB DB DB DB DB

Brian Raines, Jr., Rice Kenneth Fontennette, Jr., Houston ShaRe Rashad, Sr., UCF Van Eskridge, So., East Carolina C.J. Spillman, Jr., Marshall

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Swayze Waters, Jr., UAB P Britt Barefoot., So., Southern Miss KR Donnie Avery, Sr., Houston PR Quintin Demps, Sr., UTEP LS Norby Juist., Jr., Houston Honorable Mention OFFENSE QB Case Keenum, Fr., Houston QB Bernard Morris, Sr., Marshall QB Martin Hankins, Sr., Memphis QB Justin Willis, So., SMU QB Jeremy Young, Sr., Southern Miss QB Trevor Vittatoe, Fr., UTEP RB Jay Sonnhalter, Sr., East Carolina RB Tarrion Adams, Jr., Tulsa RB Charles Clay, Fr., Tulsa RB Marcus Thomas, Sr., UTEP OL Matt Butler, So., East Carolina OL Doug Palmer, So., East Carolina OL Carl Barnett, So., Houston OL Michael Bloesch, Jr., Houston OL Dustin Dickinson, Sr., Houston OL Sebastian Vollmer, Jr., Houston OL Brandon Pearce, Jr., Memphis OL David Berken, Jr., Rice OL Caleb Peveto, Sr., SMU OL Calvin Wilson, Jr., Southern Miss OL Aryan Barto, Sr., Tulane OL Troy Kropog, Jr., Tulane OL Michael Parenton, Jr., Tulane OL Justin Morsey, Jr., Tulsa OL Rodrick Thomas, Jr., Tulsa OL Jake Seitz, So., UAB OL Adam Truitt, Sr., UAB OL Pat Brown, Jr., UCF OL Mike Aguayo, So., UTEP OL Robby Felix, Jr., UTEP TE Davon Drew, Jr., East Carolina TE Mark Hafner, Jr., Houston TE Brett Russell, Jr., Memphis TE David Sigler, Sr., UAB TE Michael Merritt, Sr., UCF TE Jake Sears, Sr., UTEP WR Jamar Bryant, So., East Carolina WR Jeron Harvey, Sr., Houston WR Maurice Jones, Jr., Memphis WR Carlos Singleton, So., Memphis WR Earnest Williams, Jr., Memphis WR James Casey, Fr., Rice WR Emmanuel Sanders, So., SMU WR Zack Sledge, Sr. SMU WR Torris Magee, Fr., Southern Miss WR Frantrell Forrest, Fr., UAB WR Joseph Webb, So., UAB WR Lorne Sam, Sr., UTEP WR Joe West, Sr., UTEP DEFENSE DL Mitchell, Jr., East Carolina DL Jay Ross, So., East Carolina DL Ell Ash, Jr., Houston DL Byron Tinker, Sr., Marshall DL Clinton McDonald, Jr., Memphis DL Robert Henderson, Sr., Southern Miss DL Antonio Harris, Sr., Tulane DL Reggie Scott, Jr., Tulane DL Avery Williams, Sr., Tulane DL Brandon Jones, Sr., Tulsa DL Bruce Miller, So., UCF LB Pierre Bell, Jr., East Carolina LB Fred Wilson, Sr., East Carolina LB Trent Allen, Sr., Houston LB Brendan Pahulu, Sr., Houston LB Byron Kitchens, Jr., Marshall LB Evan Lee, Jr., Tulane LB Alain Karatepeyan, Sr., Tulsa LB Joe Henderson, Jr., UAB LB Adam Vincent, Jr., UTEP DB Travis Williams, Sr., East Carolina DB Rocky Schwartz, Sr., Houston DB LaKeitharun Ford, Sr., Memphis DB Gary Anderson, Sr., Rice DB Brandon King, Jr., Rice DB Andrew Sendejo, So., Rice DB David Skehan, Sr., Tulane DB Steve Craver, Sr., Tulsa

DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB

Charles Davis, So., Tulsa Anthony Germany, Sr., Tulsa Roy Roberts, Jr., Tulsa Kevin Sanders, Jr., UAB Jason Venson, Sr., UCF Braxton Amy, So., UTEP Cornelius Brown, So., UTEP DaMon Cromartie-Smith, So., UTEP

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Darren McCaleb, Sr., Southern Miss P Chris Beckman, Sr., Tulane KR Chris Johnson, Jr., East Carolina PR Johnnie Lee Higgins, Sr., UTEP LS Mike Buscemi, Sr., UCF

ALL-CONFERENCE Third Team


OFFENSE QB Jordan Palmer, Sr., UTEP RB Jackie Battle, Sr., Houston RB Matt Forte, Jr., Tulane RB Quinton Smith, Sr., Rice OL Blake Butler, Sr., Memphis OL Chris Clark, Jr., Southern Miss OL Josh Coman, Sr., East Carolina OL Brandon Pearce, So., Memphis OL Robby Heos, Jr., Rice TE Davon Drew, So., East Carolina WR Donnie Avery, Sr., Houston WR Bobby Chase, Sr., SMU WR Damarcus Davis, Sr., Tulane

SPECIAL TEAMS K Jarod Tracy, Sr., Tulsa P Chase Turner, Sr., Houston P Brent Sutherland, Sr., Memphis P Thomas Morstead, Sr., SMU P Michael Such, So., Tulsa P Kyle Peterson, So., UTEP KR Darius Marshall, So., Marshall KR Frantrell Forrest, So., UAB KR Josh Ferguson, Sr., UTEP PR Andre Watson, Fr., Southern Miss LS Wilson Rayntor, Jr., East Carolina LS Keenan Bratcher, So., Memphis LS Brandon Long, So., Rice LS Cody Tawater, Jr., Southern Miss LS John Warren, Sr., Tulsa LS Jamar Hunt, Sr., UTEP

SPECIAL TEAMS PK T.J. Lawrence, Sr., Houston PK Justin Estes, Fr., Southern Miss PK Michael Torres, Sr., UCF P Chase Turner, Jr., Houston P Swayze Waters, Jr., UAB KR Michael Grandberry, Jr., Memphis KR Jessie Henderson, Jr., SMU KR Ade Tuyo, Sr., Tulane KR Roy Roberts, Jr., Tulsa KR Curtis Francis, Sr., UCF KR Fred Rouse, So., UTEP PR Emmanuel Spann, Jr., Marshall PR Earnest Williams, Jr., Memphis LS Wilson Raynor, Jr., East Carolina LS Craig Gelhardt, Jr., Tulane LS John Warren, Jr., Tulsa LS Je Hamby, Jr., UAB

2006

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

2007

OFFENSE QB Paul Smith, Sr., Tulsa RB Matt Forte, Sr., Tulane RB Kevin Smith, Jr., UCF OL Je Akeroyd, Sr., Houston OL Chris Clark, Sr., Southern Miss OL Oniel Cousins, Sr., UTEP OL Doug Legursky, Sr., Marshall OL Andy Smith, Sr., Memphis TE Shawn Nelson, Jr., Southern Miss WR Donnie Avery, Sr., Houston WR Jarett Dillard, Jr., Rice WR Je Moturi, So., UTEP DEFENSE DL Matthew Chatelain, Sr., Southern Miss DL Leger Douzable, Sr., UCF DL Phillip Hunt, Jr., Houston DL Martavius Prince., Sr., Southern Miss LB Chris Chamberlain, Sr., Tulsa LB Nelson Coleman, Sr., Tulsa LB Gerald McRath, So., Southern Miss DB Joe Burnett, Jr., UCF DB Quintin Demps, Sr., UTEP DB Will Dunbar, Sr., UAB DB Brandon Sumrall, Sr., Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS PK Jose Martinez, Jr., UTEP P Thomas Morstead, Jr., SMU KR Chris Johnson, Sr., East Carolina PR Joe Burnett, Jr., UCF LS Michael Buscemi, Sr., UCF

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Robert Lee, Sr., East Carolina P Ryan Dougherty, Sr., East Carolina KR Marculus Elliott, Sr., UAB PR Emmanuel Spann, So., Marshall LS Drew Clardy, Sr., Rice Honorable Mention OFFENSE QB James Pinkney, Sr., East Carolina QB Chase Clement, So., Rice QB Justin Willis, Fr., SMU QB Lester Ricard, Sr., Tulane RB Brandon Fractious, Sr., East Carolina RB Joseph Doss, Jr., Memphis RB Tarrion Adams, So., Tulsa RB Courtney Tennial, Jr., Tulsa RB Dan Burks, Sr., UAB RB Corey White, Sr., UAB OL Dustin Dickinson, Jr., Houston OL Lute Barber, Jr., Rice OL Austin Wilkinson, So., Rice OL Kenard Burley, Jr., SMU OL Ben Poynter, Jr., SMU OL Ryan McKee, So., Southern Miss OL Donald Madlock, Sr., Tulane OL Michael Parenton, So., Tulane OL Derek Rogers, Sr., Tulane OL Patrick Brown, So., UCF OL Kyle Smith, Jr., UCF OL Robby Felix, So., UTEP OL Tyler Ribitski, So., UTEP TE Mark Hafner, So., Houston TE Cody Slate, Fr., Marshall TE Jerome Landry, Sr., Tulane TE LaDarrius Stanley, Sr., UAB WR Phillip Henry, Jr., East Carolina WR Jeron Harvey, Jr., Houston WR Duke Calhoun, Fr., Memphis WR Ryan Scott, Sr., Memphis WR Joel Armstrong, Jr., Rice WR Tommy Henderson, So., Rice WR Emmanuel Sanders, Fr., SMU WR Preston Brown, Sr., Tulane WR Jeremy Williams, Fr., Tulane WR Ryan Bugg, Sr., Tulsa WR Rocky Ross, So., UCF WR Daniel Robinson, Sr., UTEP DEFENSE DL Mark Robinson, Jr., East Carolina DL Zach Slate, So., East Carolina DL Greg Terrell, Fr., Memphis DL George Chukwu, Jr., Rice DL DeJuan Cooper, Sr., Rice DL Will Wood, Sr., Rice

DEFENSE DL Marcus West, Sr., Memphis DL Robert Latu, Sr., Tulsa DL Albert McClellan, So., Marshall DL Larry McSwain, Sr., UAB DL Justin Rogers, Sr., SMU LB Nick Bunting, Sr., Tulsa LB Troy Collavo, Sr., UTEP LB Wade Koehl, Sr., Houston DB Bobby Blackshire, Sr., Tulsa DB Quintin Demps, Jr., UTEP DB Will Gulley, Sr., Houston DB Curtis Keyes, Sr., Marshall SPECIAL TEAMS PK Reagan Schneider, Sr., UTEP P Michael Gibson, Sr., Memphis KR Johnnie Lee Higgins, Sr., UTEP PR Joe Burnett, So., UCF LS Aaron King, Sr., UTEP

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB Paul Smith, Jr., Tulsa RB Anthony Alridge, Jr., Houston RB Kevin Smith, So., UCF OL Je Akeroyd, Jr., Houston OL Aaron Dannenhauer, Sr., Tulsa OL Eric Graham, Sr., East Carolina OL Jon Hameister-Ries, Sr., Tulsa OL Julius Wilson, Sr., UAB TE Ryan Kennedy, Sr., SMU WR Aundrae Allison, Sr., East Carolina WR Vincent Marshall, Sr., Houston WR Idris Moss, Sr., Tulsa

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team

OFFENSE QB Chase Clement, Jr., Rice RB Chris Johnson, Sr., East Carolina RB Anthony Alridge, Sr., Houston RB Damion Fletcher, So., Southern Miss OL Josh Coman, Sr., East Carolina OL Nick Dean, Sr., Southern Miss OL Robby Heos, Sr., Rice OL Ryan McKee, Jr., Southern Miss OL Josh Sitton., Sr., UCF OL Kyle Smith, Sr., UCF TE Cody Slate, So., Marshall WR Duke Calhoun, So., Memphis WR Trae Johnson, Fr., Tulsa WR Brennan Marion, Jr., Tulsa DEFENSE DL Moton Hopkins, Jr., Tulsa DL Keith Shologan, Sr., UCF DL Zack Slate, Jr., East Carolina DL C.J. Wilson, So., East Carolina LB Jeremy Jones, Sr., UTEP LB Jake Kasser, Sr., Memphis

DEFENSE DL Courtney Gordon, Sr, Rice DL Adrian Haywood, Sr., SMU DL Marquay Love, Sr., Houston DL Martavius Prince, Jr., Southern Miss LB Nelson Coleman, Jr., Tulsa LB Orlandus King, Sr., UAB LB Brian Raines, So., Rice DB Willie Gaston, Sr., Houston DB Nick Graham, Sr., Tulsa DB Israel Route, Sr., Tulane DB Joe Sturdivant, Sr., SMU

ALL-TIME HONORS

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Kevin Kolb, Sr., Houston RB Ahmad Bradshaw, Jr., Marshall RB Damion Fletcher, Fr., Southern Miss OL George Batiste, Sr., Southern Miss OL Sterling Doty, Sr., Houston OL Travis Cooley, Sr., Southern Miss OL Doug Legursky, Jr., Marshall OL Je Perrett, Sr., Tulsa TE Shawn Nelson, So., Southern Miss WR Jarett Dillard, So., Rice WR Johnnie Lee Higgins, Sr., UTEP WR Mike Walker, Sr., UCF

DEFENSE DL Marcus Hands, So., East Carolina DL Marcus Hands, Jr., East Carolina DL Robert Henderson, Jr., Southern Miss DL Phillip Hunt, So., Houston DL Alex Obomese, Sr., UTEP LB Reggie Carrington, Sr., SMU LB Chris Chamberlain, So., Tulsa LB Quentin Cotton, So., East Carolina LB Joe Henderson, So., UAB DB Will Dunbar, Jr., UAB DB Caleb Hendrix, Sr., Southern Miss DB Brandon Sumrall, Jr., Southern Miss DB Brandon McDonald, Sr., Memphis

131

ALL-TIME HONORS

DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB

Brandon Bonds, Sr., SMU Cory Muse, Jr., SMU Matthew Chatelain, Sr., Southern Miss Antonio Harris, Jr., Tulane Frank Morton, Jr., Tulane Moton Hopkins, So., Tulsa Terrel Nemons, So., Tulsa Jermaine McElveen, Sr., UAB Leger Douzable, Jr., UCF Chris Welsh, Sr., UCF Justin Hanel, Sr., UTEP Zach West, Sr., UTEP Pierre Bell, So., East Carolina Van Eskridge, Fr., East Carolina Fred Wilson, Jr., East Carolina Trent Allen, Jr., Houston Matt Couch, Jr., Marshall Josh Johnson, So., Marshall Marcus Rucker, Sr., Rice Wilton McCray, Jr., SMU Gerald McRath, Fr., Southern Miss Evan Lee, So., Tulane Joe Goosby, Jr., Tulane Alain Karatepeyan, Jr., Tulsa Mastaki Smith, Sr., UAB Jamar Flournoy, Sr., East Carolina Pierre Parker, Sr., East Carolina Kasey Ross, Sr., East Carolina Travis Williams, Jr., East Carolina Kenneth Fontenette, So., Houston Andray Downs, Sr., Rice Brandon King, So., Rice JaCorey Shepherd, So., Rice Chad Price, Sr., Rice Jasper Faulk, Sr., Southern Miss David Skehan, Jr., Tulane ShaRe Rashad, Jr., UCF Josh Ferguson, Jr., UTEP Joe Fleskoski, Sr., UTEP Bryant Tisdale, Sr., UTEP

KR PR

John Eubanks, Sr., Southern Miss Joe Burnett, Fr., UCF

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB Jordan Palmer, Jr. UTEP RB Ahmad Bradshaw, So., Marshall RB Kevin Smith, Fr., UCF RB Quinton Smith, Jr., Rice OL Doug Legursky, So., Marshall OL Travis Cooley, Jr., Southern Miss OL Chris McGee, Sr., Tulane OL Josh House, Sr., UTEP OL Jose Garcia, Sr., UTEP TE Darcy Johnson, Sr., UCF WR Brandon Marshall, Sr., UCF WR Mike Walker, Jr., UCF WR Johnnie Lee Higgins, Jr., UTEP

DB DB DB DB

John Eubanks, Jr., Southern Miss Marvin Godbolt, Sr., TCU Kerry Rhodes, Sr., Louisville Wesley Smith, Jr., Memphis

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Stephen Gostkowski, Jr., Memphis P Chris Beckman, So., Tulane KR John Eubanks, Jr., Southern Miss PR Travis Williams, Fr., East Carolina

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team

DEFENSE DL Trent Cole, Jr., Cincinnati DL Terrell Paul, Sr., Southern Miss DL Chad Pugh, Sr., TCU DL Bo Schobel, Sr., TCU LB Michael Boley, Jr., Southern Miss LB Rod Davis, Sr., Southern Miss LB Zac Woodn, Jr., UAB DB Greg Brooks, Sr., Southern Miss DB Etric Pruitt, Sr., Southern Miss DB J.R. Reed, Sr., USF DB Wesley Smith, So., Memphis SPECIAL TEAMS PK Nick Browne, Sr., TCU P Ryan Dougherty, Fr., East Carolina KR John Eubanks, So., Southern Miss PR Marvin Young, Jr., Southern Miss

DEFENSE DL Kade Lane, Sr, Houston DL Justin Rogers, Jr., SMU DL Tom Johnson, Sr., Southern Miss DL Alex Obemese, Jr., UTEP LB Nelson Coleman, So., Tulsa LB Thomas Howard, Sr., UTEP LB Jeremy Jones, Sr., UTEP DB Chris Hawkins, Sr., Marshall DB Joe Sturdivant, Jr., SMU DB Brandon Sumrall, So., Southern Miss DB Nick Graham, Jr., Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS PK Darren McCaleb, Jr., Southern Miss P Michael Gibson, Jr., Memphis PR Johnnie Lee Higgins, Jr., UTEP

OFFENSE QB Danny Wimprine, Sr., Memphis RB Carlton Jones, Jr., Army RB Eric Shelton, Jr., Louisville OL Joel Glover, Sr., Army OL Will Rabatin, Sr., Louisville OL Jeremy Parquet, Sr., Southern Miss OL Jeremy Rone, Sr., Memphis OL Jason Spitz, Jr., Louisville TE Brent Celek, So., Cincinnati WR Tavares Gideon, Sr., Memphis WR Vincent Marshall, Jr., Houston WR Hannibal Thomas, Sr., Cincinnati DEFENSE DL Joe Clay, Sr., Houston DL Albert Means, Sr., Memphis DL Chad Run, Sr., Southern Miss DL Marcus West, Jr., Memphis LB Jamar Enzor, Sr., Cincinnati LB Martin Patterson, Sr., TCU LB Greg Washington, Sr., Army DB Trevis Coley, Jr., Southern Miss DB Joey Dawson, Sr., Tulane DB Daven Holly, Sr., Cincinnati DB Doug Monaghan, Sr., Cincinnati SPECIAL TEAMS PK Darren McCaleb, So., Southern Miss P Ryan Dougherty, So., East Carolina KR Reggie Lindsey, Jr., UAB

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team

OFFENSE QB J.P. Losman, Sr., Tulane RB Robert Merrill, Fr., TCU RB Marvin Townes, Jr., East Carolina OL Jim Hicks, Sr., Southern Miss OL Chase Johnson, Jr., TCU OL Travis Leew, So., Louisville OL Matt Mattox, Sr., Houston OL Jason Spitz, So., Louisville TE Terrell Browden, Sr., Southern Miss WR Maurice Avery, So., Memphis WR Terrance Copper, Jr., East Carolina WR Reggie Harrell, Jr., TCU DEFENSE DL Joe Clay, Jr., Houston DL Andre Frazier, Jr., Cincinnati DL Marcus Jones, Jr., Louisville DL Eric Taylor, Sr., Memphis LB Maurice Jones, Sr., USF LB Chris Moore, So., East Carolina LB Coot Terry, Sr., Memphis DB Tra Boger, Jr., Tulane DB Daven Holly, Jr., Cincinnati DB Zach Norton, Sr., Cincinnati DB Mark Walker, Jr., TCU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Nick Hayes, Jr., UAB P Chris Beckman, Fr., Tulane KR J.R. Reed, Sr., USF

ALL-CONFERENCE Third Team

132

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ben Bell, So., Houston PK Clark Fangmeier, Fr., Rice PK Jarod Tracy, Jr., Tulsa P Jared Scruggs, Sr., Rice P Thomas Morstead, So., SMU KR Anthony Alridge, Jr., Houston KR Michael Grandberry, So., Memphis KR Jessie Henderson, So., SMU PR Brandon McDonald, Sr., Memphis PR Blake Warren, Sr., SMU PR Jasper Faulk, Sr., Southern Miss LS Wilson Raynor, So., East Carolina LS Rusty Clayton, Sr., Memphis LS Jackson Taylor, So., SMU LS Stephen Daigle, Sr., Southern Miss LS Craig Gelhardt, So., Tulane LS John Warren, So., Tulsa

OFFENSE QB Kevin Kolb, Jr., Houston RB Uril Parrish, Sr., Tulsa RB Tyler Ebell, Sr., UTEP OL SirVincent Rogers, So., Houston OL David Douglas, Sr., Houston OL Matt Traina, Sr., Tulane OL Je Perrett, Jr., Tulsa OL Julius Wilson, Jr., UAB TE Shawn Nelson, Fr., Southern Miss WR Bobby Chase, Jr., SMU WR Preston Brown, Jr., Tulane WR Chris Francies, Sr., UTEP DEFENSE DL Marcus Hands, So., East Carolina Dl Adrian Haywood, Fr., SMU DL Brandon Lohr, Sr., Tulsa DL Ernest Respress, Sr., UAB LB Wade Koehl, Sr., Houston LB Nick Bunting, Sr., Tulsa LB Troy Collavo, Jr., UTEP DB Rocky Schwartz, So., Houston DB Jamey Harper, Sr., SMU DB Dominique Cosper, Sr., UAB DB Rolando Humphrey, Sr., SMU SPECIAL TEAMS KR Jessie Henderson, Fr., SMU PR Vincent Marshall, Jr., Houston

ALL-CONFERENCE Third Team

OFFENSE QB Darrell Hackney, Jr., UAB RB Dan Burks, So., UAB RB Richard Hall, Sr., Cincinnati OL Phil Hawkins, Sr., Houston OL Alex Herron, Sr., USF OL Chase Johnson, Sr., TCU OL Derrick Sarosi, Sr., USF OL Clint Stickdorn, Sr., Cincinnati TE Adam McCauley, Sr., Louisville WR Antwon Courington, Jr., Southern Miss WR Reggie Harrell, Sr., TCU WR Cory Rodgers, So., TCU DEFENSE DL Antonio Harris, Fr., Tulane DL Kade Lane, Jr., Houston DL Lee Roy Selmon, Sr., USF DL Will Sullivan, Sr., Army LB Anthony Cannon, Jr., Tulane LB Tyjuan Hagler, Sr., Cincinnati LB Chris Moore, Jr., East Carolina DB Zach Baker, Jr., East Carolina DB Dominique Cosper, Jr., UAB DB Stanford Routt, Sr., Houston DB Mark Walker, Sr., TCU SPECIAL TEAMS KR Cory Rodgers, So., TCU PR Fred Smith, So., Tulane

2005

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Darrell Hackney, Sr., UAB RB Ryan Gilbert, Sr., Houston RB DeAngelo Williams, Sr., Memphis OL Andrew Handy, Sr., Memphis OL George Batiste, Jr., Southern Miss OL Jesse Stoneham, Sr., Tulsa OL Matt Batusic, Sr., UAB OL Cedric Gagne-Marcoux, Jr., UCF TE Garrett Mills, Sr., Tulsa WR Aundrae Allison, Jr., East Carolina WR Vincent Marshall, Sr., Houston WR Reggie Lindsey, Sr., UAB DEFENSE DL Marcus West, Sr., Memphis DL John Syptak, Sr., Rice DL Larry McSwain, Jr., UAB DL Paul Carrington, Sr., UCF LB Chris Moore, Sr., East Carolina LB Kevis Coley, Sr., Southern Miss LB Anthony Cannon, Sr., Tulane DB Wesley Smith, Jr., Memphis DB Trevis Coley, Sr., Southern Miss DB Bobby Blackshire, Jr., Tulsa DB Joe Burnett, Fr., UCF SPECIAL TEAMS PK Stephen Gostkowski, Jr., Memphis P Luke Johnson, Sr., Southern Miss KR Ashlan Davis, Sr., Tulsa

OFFENSE QB Kevin Kolb, Fr., Houston RB Anthony Evans, So., Houston RB Eric Shelton, So., Louisville OL Gene Frederic, Jr., Memphis OL Chris McGee, So., Tulane OL Jeremy Rone, Jr., Memphis OL Derrick Sarosi, Jr., USF OL Chris White, Jr., Southern Miss OL Doug White, Sr., East Carolina TE Jonathan Pritchett, Sr., Houston WR Aaron Alexander, Jr., Army WR Roddy White, Jr., UAB WR Marvin Young, Jr., Southern Miss DEFENSE DL Ronald Jones, Sr., Southern Miss DL Robert Pollard, Sr., TCU DL Eric Scott, Jr., Southern Miss DL Lee Roy Selmon, Sr., USF LB Derrick Ballard, Sr., Memphis LB Jamar Enzor, Jr., Cincinnati LB Robert McCune, Jr., Louisville DB Marvin Godbolt, Jr., TCU DB Sean Lucas, So., Tulane DB Alex Ray, Sr., Southern Miss DB Kevin Verpaele, Sr., USF DB Scott Vogel, Jr., Memphis SPECIAL TEAMS KR William White, Jr., Army PR Cory Rodgers, Fr., TCU

ALL-CONFERENCE Third Team

2004

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Stefan LeFors, Sr., Louisville RB Andre Hall, Jr., USF RB DeAngelo Williams, Jr., Memphis OL Anthony Alabi, Sr., TCU OL Gene Frederic, Sr., Memphis OL Andy Galloway, Sr., UAB OL Travis Leew, Jr., Louisville OL Kyle Takavitz, Sr., Cincinnati TE Cody McCarty, Sr., TCU WR J.R. Russell, Sr., Louisville WR Roddy White, Sr., UAB WR Roydell Williams, Sr., Tulane DEFENSE DL Trent Cole, Sr., Cincinnati DL Andre Frazier, Sr., Cincinnati DL Marcus Jones, Sr., Louisville DL Larry McSwain, So., UAB LB Michael Boley, Sr., Southern Miss LB Robert McCune., Sr., Louisville LB Zac Woodn, Sr., UAB

2003

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Stephan LeFors, Jr., Louisville RB Mewelde Moore, Sr., Tulane RB DeAngelo Williams, So., Memphis OL Anthony Alabi, Jr., TCU OL Rex Hadnot, Sr., Houston OL Jeremy Parquet, Sr., Southern Miss OL Brian Rimpf, Sr., East Carolina OL Kyle Takavitz, Jr., Cincinnati TE Ronnie Ghent, Sr., Louisville WR Brandon Middleton, Sr., Houston WR J.R. Russell, Jr., Louisville WR Roydell Williams, Jr., Tulane

2002

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team


OFFENSE QB Dave Ragone, Jr., Louisville RB Derrick Nix, Sr., Southern Miss RB Jorey Reynolds, Sr., Houston OL Kirt Doolin, Sr., Cincinnati

OL OL OL OL TE WR WR

Jamal Powell, Sr., TCU Jimond Pugh, Sr., Memphis Brian Rimpf, Jr., East Carolina Torrin Tucker, Sr., Southern Miss Ronnie Ghent, Sr., Louisvillle Damien Dorsey, Sr., Louisville LaDaris Vann, Sr., Cincinnati

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB David Garrard, East Carolina RB Dante Brown, Memphis RB Jegil Dugger, UAB OL Jeremy Bridges, Southern Miss OL Preston Fray, UAB OL Rob Eble, Louisville OL Paul Henderson, Army OL DeWayne Johnston, Cincinnati TE Clint Dodson, Army WR Orlando Iglesias, Houston WR Roydell Williams, Tulane DEFENSE DL Rodney Jones, UAB DL Terrell Paul, Southern Miss DL Chad Pugh, TCU LB Greg LeFever, East Carolina LB Roy Magee, Southern Miss LB LeMarcus McDonald, TCU LB Brian Zickefoose, Army DB Curry Burns, Louisville DB Lonnie Gallishaw, Louisville DB Jason Goss, TCU DB Hanik Milligan, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Kevin Miller, East Carolina P Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati RS Omari Thompson, Army

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Rhett Gallego, UAB P Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati RS Zek Parker, Louisville

1999

LB LB DB DB DB DB

T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss Ty Trahan, Southern Miss Michael Jordan, Tulane Mike McKenzie, Memphis Kenny Dale Rowland, Army Antonio Roundtree, Louisville

DEFENSE DL Floyd Dorsey, Sr., Tulane DL Antwan Peek, Sr., Cincinnati DL Bo Schobel, Jr., TCU DL Dewayne White, Jr., Louisville LB Michael Boley, So., Southern Miss LB Rod Davis, Jr., Southern Miss LB LaMarcus McDonald, Jr., TCU DB Lynaris Elpheage, Jr., Tulane DB Jason Goss, Sr., TCU DB Hanik Milligan, Sr., Houston DB Etric Pruitt, Jr., Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS PK Nick Browne, Jr., TCU P Jarad Preston, Sr., East Carolina KR Broderick Clark, Fr., Louisville PR Damien Dorsey, Sr., Louisville

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

OFFENSE QB Chris Redman, Louisville RB Frank Moreau, Louisville RB Ketric Sanford, Houston OL Shedrick Blackmon, Southern Miss OL Greg Brown, Houston OL Anthony Byrd, Louisville OL Sherwin Lacewell, East Carolina OL Doug Rosfeld, Cincinnati TE Ibn Green, Louisvillle WR JaJuan Dawson, Tulane WR Arnold Jackson, Louisville DEFENSE DL Mike Gantous, Louisville DL Tramont Lawless, Memphis DL Cedric Scott, Southern Miss DL Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss LB Pernell Grin, East Carolina LB Je Kerr, East Carolina LB T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss DB Leo Barnes, Southern Miss DB Rodregis Brooks, UAB DB Kenny Hill, Houston DB Mike James, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ryan White, Memphis P Andrew Bayes, East Carolina RS Rodregis Brooks, UAB

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ryan White, Memphis P Graham White, Army RS Rod Richardson, Army

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB Chris Redman, Louisville RB Gerard Arnold, Memphis RB Ketric Sanford, Houston OL Wilbert Brown, Houston OL Jerry Godfrey, Tulane OL OLester Pope, Southern Miss OL Neil Ravitz, Army OL Ron Sells, Memphis TE Buck Collins, East Carolina WR JaJuan Dawson, Tulane WR P.J. Franklin, Tulane

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team

DEFENSE DL Tony Brown, Sr., Memphis DL Terrell Paul, Sr., Southern Miss DL Chad Pugh, Jr., TCU DL John Turntine, Sr., TCU LB Derrick Ballard, Jr., Memphis LB Rod Day, Jr., Louisville LB Zac Woodn, So., UAB DB Blue Adams, Sr., Cincinnati DB Chris Brown, Sr., UAB DB Anthony Floyd, Sr., Louisville DB Kenneth Hilliard, Sr., TCU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Jonathan Run, Sr., Cincinnati P Seth Marler, Sr., Tulane KR LaTarence Dunbar, Sr., TCU PR Lynaris Elpheage, Jr., Tulane

OFFENSE QB Dave Ragone, Louisville RB Ray Jackson, Cincinnati RB Michael Wallace, Army OL Sherwin Lacewell, East Carolina OL Josh Lovelady, Houston OL Jason Padget, Louisville OL Bernard Robertson, Tulane OL Doug Rosfeld, Cincinnati TE Ronnie Ghent, Louisvillle WR Deion Branch, Louisville WR Adrian Burnette, Tulane DEFENSE DL Andre Arnold, Memphis DL Marcus Bell, Memphis DL Cedric Scott, Southern Miss DL DeQuincy Scott, Southern Miss LB Pernell Grin, East Carolina LB Wayne Rogers, Houston LB Kamal Shakir, Memphis DB Idrees Bashir, Memphis DB Leo Barnes, Southern Miss DB Anthony Floyd, Louisville DB Michael Stone, Memphis SPECIAL TEAMS PK Jonathan Run, Cincinnati P Casey Roussel, Tulane RS Keith Stokes, East Carolina

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB David Garrard, East Carolina RB Robert Cooper, Cincinnati RB Derrick Nix, Southern Miss OL Jerry Godfrey, Tulane OL Mark Grivna, Louisville OL Josh Lovelady, Houston OL Dustin Plumadore, Army OL Tim Seymour, Memphis TE Shaun Castillo, Army WR Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss WR Todd Pinkston, Southern Miss

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Eric Olsen, Army P Andrew Bayes, East Carolina RS Ketric Sanford, Houston

1997

2001

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team


OFFENSE QB Dave Ragone, Louisville RB Leonard Henry, East Carolina RB Mewelde Moore, Tulane OL Aaron Dardzinski, Louisville OL Artis Hicks, Memphis OL Victor Payne, TCU OL Brian Rimpf, East Carolina OL Torrie Taulli, Tulane TE Ronnie Ghent, Louisvillle WR Deion Branch, Louisville WR LaDaris Vann, Cincinnati

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB David Garrard, East Carolina Patrick Ramsey, Tulane RB Jegil Dugger, UAB RB Leonard Henry, East Carolina OL Billy Clay, Southern Miss OL Tony Dollison, UAB OL Paul Henderson, Army OL Joe OShaughnessy, Louisville OL Andy Weinheimer, Cincinnati TE Billy Kendall, Memphis WR Arnold Jackson, Louisville WR Brian Robinson, Houston DEFENSE DL Donovan Arp, Louisville DL Michael Josiah, Louisville DL Mario Monds, Cincinnati DL Bryan Thomas, UAB LB Troy Evans, Cincinnati LB Rashad Harris, Louisville LB Jerry Phillips, Tulane DB DeJuan Gossett, Cincinnati DB Rashad Holman, Louisville DB Ray Walls, Southern Miss DB Chad Williams, Southern Miss

DEFENSE DL Nikia Adderson, Houston DL Mbayo Ahmadu, East Carolina DL Marcus Bell, Memphis DL DeQuincy Scott, Southern Miss LB Wayne Rogers, Houston LB Kamal Shakir, Memphis LB Ty Trahan, Southern Miss LB Lyle Weaver, Army DB Forrest Foster, East Carolina DB DeJuan Gossett, Cincinnati DB Kevin Monroe, East Carolina DB Terrance Parrish, Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS P Seth Marler, Tulane P Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati RS Keith Stokes, East Carolina

OFFENSE QB Shaun King, Tulane RB Toney Converse, Tulane RB Harold Shaw, Southern Miss OL Jason Fabini, Cincinnati OL Ben Fricke, Houston OL Cory Geason, Tulane OL Kasey Keith, Southern Miss OL Danny Moore, East Carolina TE Ibn Green, Louisville WR JaJuan Dawson, Tulane WR Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss DEFENSE DL Robert Brown, Southern Miss DL Marquis Bowling, Memphis DL Kendrick Gholston, Louisville DL Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss LB Phillip Curry, Cincinnati LB Brad Jackson, Cincinnati LB Marchant Kenney, Southern Miss DB Tinker Keck, Cincinnati DB Mike McKenzie, Memphis DB Perry Phenix, Southern Miss DB Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS PK Brad Palazzo, Tulane P Brad Hill, Tulane RS Tinker Keck, Cincinnati

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

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1998

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

DEFENSE DL Michael Josiah, Louisville DL Antwan Peek, Cincinnati DL Bryan Thomas, UAB DL Dewayne White, Louisville LB Rod Davis, Southern Miss LB Pernell Grin, East Carolina LB Rod Taylor, UAB DB Greg Brooks, Southern Miss DB Anthony Floyd, Louisville DB Glenn Sumter, Memphis DB Chad Williams, Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS PK Seth Marler, Tulane P Dan MacElroy, Army RS Zek Parker, Louisville

OFFENSE QB Shaun King, Tulane RB Leroy Collins, Louisville RB Derrick Nix, Southern Miss OL Danny Moore, East Carolina OL Henry McClendon, Southern Miss OL Rick Nord, Louisville OL Bernard Robertson, Tulane OL Brian Uhl, Cincinnati TE Ibn Green, Louisvillle WR Arnold Jackson, Louisville WR Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss DEFENSE DL Marquis Bowling, Memphis DL Roderick Coleman, East Carolina DL Travis Darden, East Carolina DL Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss LB Je Kerr, East Carolina

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB Lee Roberts, Southern Miss RB Gerard Arnold, Memphis RB Ketric Sanford, Houston OL Pierre Brilliant, Cincinnati OL Daniel Gomez, Memphis OL Rick Nord, Louisville OL Henry McClendon, Southern Miss OL Brian Uhl, Cincinnati TE Terry Hardy, Southern Miss WR P.J. Franklin, Tulane WR Miguel Montano, Louisville DEFENSE DL Terence Cook, Tulane DL Keaton Cromartie, Tulane

ALL-TIME HONORS

OFFENSE QB Gino Guidugli, So., Cincinnati RB Art Brown, Jr., East Carolina RB DeMarco McCleskey, Sr., Cincinnati RB Mewelde Moore, Jr., Tulane OL Aaron Burger, Sr., Army OL Rex Hadnot, Jr., Houston OL Jason Jiminez, Sr., Southern Miss OL Chris Redding, Sr., Houston OL Kirk Tuck, Sr., UAB TE Stephen Cucci, Jr., Houston WR Travis Anglin, Sr., Memphis WR LaTarence Dunbar, Sr., TCU

2000

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team

DEFENSE DL Mike Gantous, Louisville DL Louis Hampton, Houston DL Dennis OSullivan, Tulane DL Cedric Scott, Southern Miss LB Hassan Champion, Cincinnati LB Bud Herring, Louisville LB Brett Timmons, Tulane DB Jose Gonzalez, Southern Miss DB Mike James, Houston DB DaShone Mallard, Southern Miss DB Kelvin Suggs, East Carolina

DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

Derrick Ransom, Cincinnati Leonta Rheams, Houston Roderick Coleman, East Carolina Je Kerr, East Carolina Terry Rice-Locket, Louisville Jamaal Alexander, Southern Miss Courtney Dinkins, Louisville Dwight Henry, East Carolina Michael Jordan, Tulane

all-star First Team

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Sebastian Villarreal, Houston P Andrew Bayes, East Carolina RS Eric Booth, Southern Miss

OFFENSE QB Marty Lowe, Louisville RB Calvin Arrington, Louisville RB Chris Buckhalter, Southern Miss OL Jason Fabini, Cincinnati OL Jimmy Herndon, Houston OL Roman Oben, Louisville OL Steve Schuler, Tulane OL Jason Stinson, Louisville TE Cory Geason, Tulane WR Fred Brock, Southern Miss WR Robert Tate, Cincinnati DEFENSE DL Bryan Barnett, Memphis DL Tim Bell, Southern Miss DL Darrius Felder, Cincinnati DL Kendrick Gholston, Louisville LB Alan Campos, Louisville LB Brad Jackson, Cincinnati LB Tyrus McCloud, Louisville DB Sam Garnes, Cincinnati DB Sam Madison, Louisville DB Rod Thomas, Southern Miss DB Jerome Woods, Memphis SPECIAL TEAMS PK Chris Pierce, Southern Miss KR Robert Tate, Cincinnati

1996

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team


OFFENSE QB Chuck Clements, Houston RB Eric Booth, Southern Miss RB Antowain Smith, Houston OL Cyril Brockmeier, Tulane OL Leroy DeWitt, Southern Miss OL Jason Fabini, Cincinnati OL Ben Fricke, Houston OL Marcus Spriggs, Houston TE Cory Geason, Tulane WR Damion Johnson, Houston WR Kendrick Lee, Southern Miss

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Kemal Ishmael, DB, UCF 2011 Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall 2010 Bruce Miller, DE, UCF 2009 Bruce Miller, DE, UCF 2008 Phillip Hunt, LB, Houston 2007 Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss 2006 Albert McClellan, DE, Marshall Nick Bunting, LB, Tulsa 2005 Kevis Coley, LB, Southern Miss 2004 Michael Boley, LB, Southern Miss 2003 Rod Davis, LB, Southern Miss 2002 LaMarcus McDonald, LB, TCU 2001 Dewayne White, DE, Louisville 2000 Wayne Rogers, LB, Houston Cedric Scott, DE, Southern Miss 1999 Adalius Thomas, DE, Southern Miss 1998 Adalius Thomas, DE, Southern Miss 1997 Patrick Surtain, CB, Southern Miss 1996 Tyrus McCloud, LB, Louisville 1995 Tyrus McCloud, LB, Louisville SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Quincy McDue, KR, UCF 2011 Tyron Carrier, KR, Houston 2010 Damaris Johnson, KR/PR, Tulsa 2009 Dwayne Harris, KR, East Carolina 2008 Joe Burnett, KR/PR, UCF 2007 Chris Johnson, KR, East Carolina 2006 Johnnie Lee Higgins, KR/PR, UTEP 2005 Stephen Gostkowski, K, Memphis 2004 John Eubanks, KR, Southern Miss 2003 Nick Browne, K, TCU 2002 Broderick Clark, KR, Louisville 2001 Seth Marler, K, Tulane 2000 Jonathan Run, K, Cincinnati 1999 Rodregis Brooks, PR, UAB 1998 Ryan White, K, Memphis 1997 Tinker Keck, PR, Cincinnati 1996 Je Liggon, KR, Tulane 1995 Robert Tate, KR, Cincinnati COACH OF THE YEAR 2012 Bill Blankenship, Tulsa 2011 Kevin Sumlin, Houston 2010 George OLeary, UCF 2009 Kevin Sumlin, Houston 2008 David Baili, Rice 2007 George OLeary, UCF 2006 Art Briles, Houston Todd Graham, Rice 2005 George OLeary, UCF 2004 Bobby Petrino, Louisville 2003 Je Bower, Southern Miss 2002 Gary Patterson, TCU 2001 John L. Smith, Louisville 2000 John L. Smith, Louisville 1999 Je Bower, Southern Miss 1998 Tommy Bowden, Tulane 1997 Je Bower, Southern Miss 1996 Kim Helton, Houston FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2012 Kevin Grooms, RB, Marshall 2011 Jeremy Grove, LB, East Carolina 2010 Je Godfrey, QB, UCF 2009 Charles Sims, RB, Houston 2008 Bryce Beall, RB, Houston 2007 Case Keenum, QB, Houston 2006 Justin Willis, QB, SMU 2005 Kevin Smith, RB, UCF 2004 Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville 2003 Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston 2002 Lonta Hobbs, RB, TCU 2001 Gino Guidugli, QB, Cincinnati 2000 Mewelde Moore, Tulane 1999 LaDaris Vann, WR, Cincinnati Travis Anglin, QB, Memphis 1998 Derrick Nix, RB, Southern Miss 1997 Jason McKinley, QB, Houston 1996 Ketric Sanford, RB/KR, Houston NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2012 Vintavious Cooper, RB, East Carolina 2011 D.J. Hayden, DB, Houston 2010 Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina 2009 James Cleveland, WR, Houston 2008 Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis 2007 Brennan Marion, WR, Tulsa

ALL-FRESHMAN 2012
OFFENSE QB Austin Brown, UAB RB Kevin Grooms, Marshall RB Luke Turner, Rice OL Cameron Dees, Marshall OL Taylor Fallin, Memphis OL Caleb Williams, Rice OL Taylor Lasecki, SMU OL Cameron Blankenship, UAB TE Alan Cross, Memphis WR Deontay Greenberry, Houston WR Larry McDuey, Houston WR Breshad Perriman, UCF DEFENSE DL Ricky Hunter, Memphis DL Christian Covington, Rice DL Derrick Alexander, Tulsa DL Deion Green, UCF LB Montese Overton, East Carolina LB D.J. Hunter, Marshall LB Trent Martin, Tulsa DB Trevon Stewart, Houston DB Shakiel Randolph, SMU DB Darion Monroe, Tulane DB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane SPECIAL TEAMS K Daniel Schwarz, Tulsa P Tyler Williams, Marshall KR Autrey Golden, UTEP PR Dennis Parks, Rice LS Rey Higuera, Tulsa

ALL-TIME HONORS

DEFENSE DL Darrius Felder, Cincinnati DL Je Posey, Southern Miss DL Carl Powell, Louisville DL Cedric Walthaw, Southern Miss LB Richard Hogans, Memphis LB Marchant Kenney, Southern Miss LB Tyrus McCLouisvilled, Louisville DB Sam Garnes, Cincinnati DB Sam Madison, Louisville DB D. Montgomery, Houston DB Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS PK Eric Richards, Cincinnati P Steve Smith, Cincinnati RS Eric Booth, Southern Miss

ALL-STAR Second Team

OFFENSE QB Chuck Clements, Houston RB Orlando Smith, Cincinnat RB Jamaican Dartez, Tulane OL Cyril Brockmeier, Tulane OL Shawn Kries, Louisville OL Jamie Lemire, Cincinnati OL Ken Newton, Memphis OL Darryl Terrell, Southern Miss TE Mike Bogan, Louisville WR Miguel Montano, Louisville WR Charles West, Houston PK Eric Richards, Cincinnati DEFENSE DL Robert Brown, Southern Miss DL Keith Cook, Tulane DL Carl Powell, Louisville DL Tony Williams, Memphis LB Muhammed El-Muburak, Cincinnati LB Richard Hogans, Memphis LB Albert McRae, Southern Miss DB Cedric Anderson, Tulane DB Rico Clark, Louisville DB Derrick Hervey, Southern Miss DB Chris Hewitt, Cincinnati P Steve Smith, Cincinnati SPECIAL TEAMS KR Chris Buckhalter, Southern Miss

2011

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team


OFFENSE QB Lee Roberts, Southern Miss RB Daryl Royal, Cincinnati RB Ketric Sanford, Houston OL Will Carlisle, Tulane OL Joel Dolinski, Cincinnati OL Steve Misetic, Louisville OL Daryl Terrell, Southern Miss OL Brian Uhl, Cincinnati TE Terry Hardy, Southern Miss WR Miguel Montano, Louisville WR Charles West, Houston

134

OFFENSE QB Blake Bortles, UCF RB Travon Van, Marshall RB Jamal Woodyard, Southern Miss OL Rowdy Harper, Houston OL Chris Jasperse, Marshall OL Drew Carroll, Rice OL Torrian Wilson, UCF OL Jarel Watkins, UTEP TE Eric Tomlinson, UTEP WR Justin Hardy, East Carolina WR J.J. Worton, UCF DEFENSE DL Eric Braswell, Houston DL Rakeem Nunez, Southern Miss DL Michael Pierce, Tulane DL Brentom Todd, Tulsa LB Jeremy Grove, East Carolina LB Derrick Mathews, Houston LB Troy Gray, UCF DB Bryce Callahan, Rice DB Tray Becton-Martin, Southern Miss DB Kwame Sexton, Tulsa DB Clayton Geathers, UCF SPECIAL TEAMS K Ty Long, UAB P Cole Way, Tulsa KR Rannell Hall, UCF PR Mario Hull, Rice

DEFENSE DL Kendrick Gholston, Louisville DL Joel Locker, Tulane DL Leland Taylor, Louisville DL Tony Williams, Memphis LB Phillip Curry, Cincinnati LB Brad Jackson, Cincinnati LB Derrick Singleton, Tulane DB Rico Clark, Louisville DB Chris Hewitt, Cincinnati DB Perry Phenix, Southern Miss DB Keith Spann, Memphis SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ted Lane, Memphis P Jeremy Borseth, Louisville RS Je Liggon, Tulane

Individual awards
most valuable player 2012 Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall 2011 Case Keenum, QB, Houston 2010 Dwayne Harris, WR/KR, East Carolina 2009 Case Keenum, QB, Houston 2008 Chase Clement, QB, Rice OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 Zach Line, RB, SMU 2011 Patrick Edwards, WR, Houston 2010 G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa 2009 Joe Webb, QB, UAB 2008 Case Keenum, QB, Houston 2007 Kevin Smith, RB, UCF Paul Smith, QB, Tulsa 2006 Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston 2005 DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis 2004 Stefan LeFors, QB, Louisville DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis 2003 DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis 2002 Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville 2001 Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville 2000 Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville 1999 Chris Redman, QB, Louisville 1998 Shaun King, QB, Tulane 1997 Shaun King, QB, Tulane 1996 Antowain Smith, RB, Houston 1995 Robert Tate, WR, Cincinnati

2010

1995

Conference USA selected football award winners throughout the 1995 season to promote Conference USA football even though the ocial inaugural season began in 1996. The 1995 awards were specically referred to as the All-Star Team and included rst and second teams and Oensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Year. While these awards are valid and kept on record, the following notation should be made in any reference to these awards. Note: Conference USA gave these awards prior to the rst ocial season of football.

OFFENSE QB Je Godfrey, UCF RB Kendrick Hardy, Southern Miss RB Orleans Darkwa, Tulane OL Grant Harner, East Carolina OL Ricky Hart, Memphis OL Stetson Burnett, Tulsa OL Justin McCray, UCF OL Jordan McCray, UCF TE Zeke Walters, Southern Miss WR Thomas Roberson, Tulsa WR Jackie Williams, UAB DEFENSE DL Marques Aiken, Marshall DL Khyri Thornton, Southern Miss DL Victor Gray, UCF DL Germard Reed, UTEP LB Efrem Oliphant, Houston LB Shawn Jackson, Tulsa LB Cody Wilson, Tulsa

DB DB DB DB DB

Mohammed Seisay, Memphis Alex Walters, Southern Miss Deron Wilson, Southern Miss Marco Nelson, Tulsa Jordan Ozerities, UCF

WR WR

James Casey, Rice Trae Johnson, Tulsa

2004

SPECIAL TEAMS K Chris Boswell, Rice K Cairo Santos, Tulane P Tom Hornsey, Memphis KR Darryl Fields, SMU

2009

OFFENSE QB Kyle Padron, SMU RB Charles Sims, Houston RB Charles Ross, Rice OL Jamie McCoy, Memphis OL Zack Morgan, Tulane OL Trent Dupy, Tulsa OL Chris Hubbard, UAB OL Theo Goins, UCF TE Vance McDonald, Rice WR Antavious Wilson, Marshall WR Darius Johnson, SMU WR Ricky Johnson, Tulsa DEFENSE DL Michael Brooks, East Carolina DL Zeke Riser, Houston DL Dontari Poe, Memphis DL Cory Dorris, Tulsa LB Phillip Steward, Houston LB Taylor Reed, SMU LB Shakiel Smith, Tulane LB Daniel White, UAB DB Kevin Gaddis, Rice DB Dexter McCoil, Tulsa DB Josh Robinson, UCF DB Deshawn Grayson, UTEP SPECIAL TEAMS K Matt Hogan, Houston P Peter Boehme, Southern Miss KR Marlon McClure, UTEP PR Tracy Lampley, Southern Miss LS Taylor Klein, UAB

DEFENSE DL Linval Joseph, East Carolina DL Scott Soloman, Rice DL Justin Smart, SMU DL Bruce Miller, UCF LB Mike Tashman, UAB LB Derrick Hallman, UCF LB Darius Nall, UCF DB Travis Simmons, East Carolina DB Loyce Means, Houston DB C.J. Bailey, USM DB Chico Hunter, USM SPECIAL TEAMS PK Justin Estes, Southern Miss P Kyle Peterson, UTEP KR Trae Johnson, Tulsa PR Dwayne Harris, East Carolina LS Keenan Bratcher, Memphis

OFFENSE QB Brian Brohm, Louisville RB Matt Forte, Tulane RB Chris Johnson, East Carolina OL Byron Alfred, Houston OL SirVincent Rogers, Houston OL Chris Clark, Southern Miss OL Aryan Barto, Tulane TE Doug Jones, Cincinnati WR Jeremy Trimble, Army WR Donnie Avery, Houston WR Johnny Peyton, USF DEFENSE DL Anthony Hoke, Cincinnati DL Martavious Prince, Southern Miss DL Tommy Blake, TCU DL Antonio Harris, Tulane LB Durwin Lamb, East Carolina LB Greg Hinds, Memphis LB Ben Mot, USF DB Caleb Campbell, Army DB Rocky Schwartz, Houston DB Danny Verpaele, USF DB Durrell Fuqua, UAB SPECIAL TEAMS PK Arthur Carmody, Louisville KR Chris Johnson, East Carolina PR Travis Williams, East Carolina

P KR

Chet Ervin, Cincinnati Broderick Clark, Louisville

2001

OFFENSE QB Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati RB Theron Dudley, UAB RB James Walley, Southern Miss OL Andy Galloway, UAB OL Drew Harmon, Memphis OL Jeremy Parquet, Southern Miss OL Myron Powe, Southern Miss OL Kyle Takavitz, Cincinnati TE Bobby Hoover, Tulane WR Chris Johnson, Southern Miss WR Darron White, Memphis DEFENSE DL Jay Ashton, Tulane DL Andre Frazier, Cincinnati DL Bobby Leew, Louisville DL Skylor Magee, Southern Miss LB Tra Boger, Tulane LB Brandon Spincer, Tulane LB Darrius Taylor, UAB DB Ronnie Gallishaw, Louisville DB Marvin Godbolt, TCU DB Doug Monoghan, Cincinnati DB Jermain Woodard, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Nick Hayes, UAB P James Gaither, Memphis RS Marvin Townes, East Carolina

2006

2000

2008

OFFENSE QB Austin Davis, Southern Miss RB Bryce Beall, Houston RB Brynn Harvey, UCF OL Chris Thompson, Houston OL C.J. Wood, Marshall OL Ronald Leary, Memphis OL Tyler Holmes, Tulsa WR Tyron Carrier, Houston WR DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss WR Damaris Johnson, Tulsa DEFENSE DL Terrance Pope, Southern Miss DL Arnaud Gascon-Nadon, Rice DL Deddrick Jones, Southern Miss DL Bernard Obi, UTEP LB Marcus McGraw, Houston LB Korey Williams, Southern Miss LB Jamie Irving, UTEP DB Emmanuel Davis, East Carolina DB DeQuan Bembry, Marshall DB Travis Bradshaw, Rice DB DeAundre Brown, Tulsa SPECIAL TEAMS PK Tyler Warner, Marshall P Kyle Martens, Rice KR Tyron Carrier, Houston PR Tyron Carrier, Houston LS Charley Hughlett, UCF

DEFENSE DL Anthony Egbuniwe, Tulsa DL Greg Terrell, Memphis DL Troy Wilson, Tulane DL Scotty Robinson, East Carolina LB Van Eskridge, East Carolina LB Terrance Garmon, Rice LB Gerald McRath, Southern Miss DB Zearrick Matthews, Marshall DB Bryan McCann, SMU DB Eddie Hicks, Southern Miss DB Braxton Amy, UTEP DB Brandon Brinkley, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Clark Fangmeier, Rice KR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU PR Rashad Slaughter, UAB LS Sam Bennett, SMU

2005

DEFENSE DL Greg Casnave, Southern Miss DL Billy Harrison, Tulane DL Marquay Love, Houston DL Jermaine McElveen, UAB LB Kelvin Johnson, Tulane LB Wade Koehl, Houston LB Stephen Nicholas, USF DB William Gay, Louisville DB Erode Jean, East Carolina DB Israel Route, Tulane DB Ricky Wilson, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss P Ryan Dougherty, East Carolina KR Ricky Wilson, Houston PR Cory Rodgers, TCU

OFFENSE QB J.P. Losman, Tulane RB Jeremiah Bonds, Memphis RB Mewelde Moore, Tulane OL Brendon Drysdale, Tulane OL Jim Hicks, Southern Miss OL Al James, Houston OL Brian Rimpf, East Carolina OL Josh Shneyderov, Cincinnati TE Richard Owens, Louisville WR Kenneth Johnson, Southern Miss WR Roydell Williams, Tulane DEFENSE DL Odene Brathwaite, Army DL Lonnie Crayton, Tulane DL Terrell Paul, Southern Miss DL Josh Tubbs, Houston DL Dewayne White, Louisville LB Rod Davis, Southern Miss LB Vonta Leach, East Carolina LB Coot Terry, Memphis DB Greg Brooks, Southern Miss DB Jason Brown, Memphis DB Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane DB Heard Robinson, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS K Wade Tydlacka, Louisville RS Kenneth Johnson, Southern Miss

135

OFFENSE QB Chase Clement, Rice RB DeMyron Martin, SMU RB Kevin Smith, UCF OL Brandon Pearce, Memphis OL Austin Wilkinson, Rice OL Michael Parenton, Tulane OL L.J. Anderson, UCF OL Patrick Brown, UCF OL Robby Felix, UTEP TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss WR Maurice Jones, Memphis WR Jarett Dillard, Rice WR Cary Koch, Tulane DEFENSE DL Cody Pree, Houston DL Phillip Hunt, Houston DL Albert McClellan, Marshall DL Moton Hopkins, Tulsa DL James Olalekan, UTEP LB Cody Lubojasky, Houston LB Kris Guyton, UAB LB Jordan Richards, UCF DB Kenneth Fontenette, Houston DB Roy Roberts, Tulsa DB Joe Burnett, UCF DB Jason Venson, UCF SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ben Bell, Houston P Marty Biagi, Marshall KR Jessie Henderson, SMU PR Joe Burnett, UCF

2002

OFFENSE QB Darrell Hackney, UAB RB Lonta Hobbs, TCU RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis OL Travis Leew, Louisville OL Chris McGee, Tulane OL Roy Swan, Houston OL Matt Traina, Tulane OL Joel Yakovac, Cincinnati TE John Doucette, Memphis WR Joshua Tinch, Louisville WR Damarcus Davis, Tulane DEFENSE DL Matthew Bentley, Houston DL Kade Lane, Houston DL Ranorris Ray, TCU DL Guy Whimper, East Carolina LB Anthony Cannon, Tulane LB Chris Moore, East Carolina DB Julius Wainwright, UAB DB O.C. Collins, Memphis DB John Eubanks, Southern Miss DB Reicko Jones, East Carolina DB Sean Lucas, Tulane SPECIAL TEAMS PK Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis

1999

OFFENSE QB Travis Anglin, Memphis RB P.J. Mays, Cincinnati RB Je Sugar Sanders, Memphis OL Jeremy Bridges, Southern Miss OL Trey Eyre, Memphis OL Josh Gardner, Cincinnati OL Zeb Landers, Southern Miss OL Torrin Tucker, Southern Miss TE Buck Miciotto, Southern Miss WR LaDaris Vann, Cincinnati WR Brandon Middleton, Houston DEFENSE DL Derrick Adams, Cincinnati DL Floyd Dorsey, Tulane DL Michael Josiah, Louisville DL Chad Lee, Louisville LB Michael Brown, Louisville LB Jason Frazier, Army LB Joe Henley, Southern Miss DB Anthony Adams, East Carolina DB Quentin Brown, Tulane DB Ivan Fields, Houston DB Anthony Floyd, Louisville

2007

OFFENSE QB Case Keenum, Houston QB Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP RB Darius Marshall, Marshall RB Charles Clay, Tulsa OL D.J. Scott, East Carolina OL Josh Evans, Marshall OL Dominik Riley, Memphis OL Scott Mitchell, Rice OL Andrew Nierman, Tulane OL Jah Reid, UCF TE Jerey Anderson, UAB

ALL-TIME HONORS

OFFENSE QB Justin Willis, SMU RB Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss RB James Mapps, SMU OL Terrence Campbell, East Carolina OL Jeramy DeVane, UCF OL Cory Dowless, East Carolina OL Nick Landry, Tulane OL Jake Seitz, UAB TE Cody Slate, Marshall WR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU WR Duke Calhoun, Memphis WR Rashad Slaughter, UAB

2003

OFFENSE QB Kevin Kolb, Houston RB Michael Bush, Louisville RB Robert Merrill, TCU OL Blake Butler, Memphis OL Travis Cooley, Southern Miss OL Renardo Foster, Louisville OL Derek Rogers, Tulane OL Herbert Taylor, TCU TE Josh Coman, East Carolina WR Leonard Gibson, Houston WR Cory Rodgers, TCU

SPECIAL TEAMS K Seth Marler, Tulane K Kevin Miller, East Carolina P Chris Sivori, Louisville

SPECIAL TEAMS SP Jamie Purser, Southern Miss RS Ketric Sanford, Houston

1998

Players of the Week 2012


OFFENSE S3 Nathan Jeery, RB, UTEP S10 David Piland, QB, Houston S17 Nick Lamaison, QB, UTEP S24 Taylor McHargue, QB, Rice O1 Tommy Shuler, WR, Marshall O8 Charles Sims, RB, Houston O15 Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina O22 Latavius Murray, RB, UCF O29 Ryan Grin, QB, Tulane N5 Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall N12 Darrin Reaves, RB, UAB N19 Keyarris Garrett, WR, Tulsa N26 Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina Defense S3 Jeremy Grove, LB, East Carolina S10 Kenneth Acker, DB, SMU S17 Montese Overton, LB, East Carolina S24 Dexter McCoil, DB, Tulsa O1 Chip Thompson, S, East Carolina O8 Randall Joyner, LB, SMU O15 Phillip Steward, LB, Houston O15 DeAundre Brown, LB, Tulsa O22 A.J. Bouye, DB, UCF O29 D.J. Hayden, DB, Houston N5 Troy Davis, LB, UCF N12 Cory Dorris, DE, Tulsa N19 DeAundre Brown, LB, Tulsa N26 JaGared Davis, LB, SMU SPECIAL TEAMS S3 Cameron Nwosu, LB, Rice S10 Chris Boswell, K, Rice S17 Trent Tignor, P, East Carolina S24 Tyler Williams, P, Marshall O1 Autrey Golden, KR, UTEP O8 Quincy McDue, KR, UCF O15 Matt Hogan, K, Houston O22 Kevin Pope, LB, SMU O29 Quincy McDue, KR, UCF N5 Cairo Santos, K, Tulane N12 Jackie Williams, PR, UAB N19 Chris Boswell, K, Rice N26 Jeremy Eddington, KR, Rice

OFFENSE QB David Garrard, East Carolina RB DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati RB Derrick Nix, Southern Miss OL Kirt Doolin, Cincinnati OL Artis Hicks, Memphis OL Corey Sewell, Tulane OL David Sherrod, Memphis OL Torie Taulli, Tulane TE Jonathan Pritchett, Houston WR Terrell Harris, Tulane WR Zander Robinson, Tulane DEFENSE DL Andre Arnold, Memphis DL Ryan Brewer, Tulane DL Jeremy Grith, Houston DL Ben Peining, Cincinnati LB Pernell Grin, East Carolina LB Arthur Gissendanner, Houston LB Tony Stallings, Louisville DB Danny Adams, Cincinnati DB Idrees Bashir, Memphis DB Meldon Barnes, Tulane DB Jason Parker, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ryan White, Memphis P Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati RS Leif Penn, Houston

O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28

Marquese Wheaton, DB, Southern Miss Richard Crawford, PR, SMU Ty Long, K, UAB Tyron Carrier, KR, Houston Tracey Lampley, PR, Southern Miss Danny Hrapmann, K, Southern Miss Chris Boswell, K, Rice Kevin Fitzpatrick, K, Tulsa

2010

Offense S6 Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina S13 Bryce Beall, RB, Houston S20 Bryan Ellis, QB, UAB S27 Bryan Ellis, QB, UAB O4 Kyle Padron, QB, SMU O11 Kris Adams, WR, UTEP O18 Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina O25 Casey Robottom, WR, Tulane N1 Pat Shed, RB, UAB Ronnie Weaver, RB, UCF N8 Je Godfrey, QB, UCF N15 G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa N22 Austin Davis, QB, Southern Miss N29 G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa Defense S6 Trent Mackey, LB, Tulane S13 Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall S20 Darius Nall, DE, UCF S27 Loyce Means, CB, Houston O4 Dezman Moses, DE, Tulane O11 Kemal Ishmael, FS, UCF O18 Jamon Hughes, LB, Memphis O25 Sammy Brown, LB, Houston Darius Nall, DE, UCF N1 Shawn Jackson, LB, Tulsa N8 Josh Linam, LB, UCF N15 Marco Nelson, DB, Tulsa N22 Richard Crawford, DB, SMU N29 Mario Harvey, LB, Marshall Special Teams S6 Matt Szymanski, K/P, SMU S13 Kevin Fitzpatrick, K, Tulsa S20 Tom Hornsey, P, Memphis Deron Wilson, DB, Southern Miss S27 Dakota Warren, K, UTEP O4 Jonathan Ginsburgh, P, Tulane O11 Danny Hrapmann, K, Southern Miss O18 Kyle Martens, P, Rice O25 Tyron Carrier, KR, Houston N1 Damaris Johnson, PR/KR, Tulsa N8 Damaris Johnson, PR/KR, Tulsa N15 Charles Ross, KR, Rice N22 Quincy McDue, KR, UCF N29 Francisco Llanos, KR, Southern Miss

S14 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N16 N23 N30

Michael Such, P, Tulsa Freddie Parham, WR/KR, Southern Miss Peter Boehme, P, Southern Miss Damaris Johnson, KR/PR, Tulsa Margus Hunt, DE, SMU Dwayne Harris, KR, East Carolina Tyron Carrier, KR, Houston Fendi Onubun, TE, Houston Matt Hogan, K, Houston Tracy Lampley, KR/PR, Southern Miss Dwayne Harris, KR, East Carolina Ben Hartman, K, East Carolina

2008

Offense S2 Patrick Pinkney, QB, East Carolina S8 James Casey, WR/TE, Rice S15 Patrick Pinkney, QB, East Carolina S22 Darius Passmore, WR, Marshall David Johnson, QB, Tulsa S29 Chase Clement, QB, Rice Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice O6 Trevor Vittatoe, QB, UTEP O13 Case Keenum, QB, Houston O20 Brennan Marion, WR, Tulsa O27 Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis N3 James Casey, WR/TE, Rice N10 Chase Clement, QB, Rice N17 Case Keenum, QB, Houston N24 Case Keenum, QB, Houston Tarrion Adams, RB, Tulsa D1 James Casey, WR/TE, Rice Defense S2 Andrew Sendejo, FS, Rice S8 Van Eskridge, DB, East Carolina S15 C.J. Wilson, DL, East Carolina S22 Charles Davis, DB, Tulsa S29 Clinton McDonald, DL, Memphis O6 UnTavious Scott, DE, Tulsa O13 Phillip Hunt, DE, Houston O20 Joe Henderson, LB, UAB O27 James Lockett, S, Tulsa N3 Maurice Kitchens, LB, Marshall N10 Emmanuel Davis, DB, East Carolina N17 Loyce Means, DB, Houston N24 Travis Bradshaw, DB, Rice D1 Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss Special Teams S2 T.J. Lee, WR, East Carolina S8 Joe Burnett, DB, UCF S15 Quinten Cotton, LB, East Carolina S22 Wesley Scourten, WR, Houston S29 Jose Martinez, PK, UTEP O6 Vinny Zaccario, PK, Memphis O13 Swayze Waters, PK/P, UAB O20 Damaris Johnson, WR/KR, Tulsa O27 Damaris Johnson, WR/KR, Tulsa N3 Jose Martinez, PK, UTEP N10 Ben Hartman, PK, East Carolina N17 Tyron Carrier, WR/KR, Houston N24 Kyle Peterson, P, UTEP D1 Swayze Waters, P/PK, UAB

ALL-TIME HONORS

1997

OFFENSE QB Jason McKinley, Houston RB Toney Converse, Tulane RB Jamie Wilson, East Carolina OL James Bell, East Carolina OL Josh Lovelady, Houston OL Joe OShaughnessy, Louisville OL Bernard Robertson, Tulane OL Charles Caldwell, Tulane TE Reid Hedgepeth, Memphis WR Marcellus Harris, East Carolina WR Orlando Iglesias, Houston DEFENSE DL Braxton Anderson, Louisville DL Marcus Bell, Memphis DL DeQuincy Scott, Southern Miss DL John Nix, Southern Miss LB Rashad Harris, Louisville LB Bud Herring, Louisville LB Kamal Shakir, Memphis DB DeJuan Gossett, Cincinnati DB Corey Jones, Tulane DB Warren St. Junious, Tulane DB Kendall Williams, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS PK Jason Mammarelli, Cincinnati RS Marcellus Harris, East Carolina

136

2011

1996

OFFENSE QB Chris Redman, Louisville RB Robert Cooper, Cincinnati RB Ketric Sanford, Houston OL Ken Biggs, Cincinnati OL Shederick Blackmon, Southern Miss OL Anthony Byrd, Louisville OL Tavares Middlebrooks, Memphis OL Truett Novosad, Houston TE Scott Regimbald, Houston WR Damien Dodson, Memphis WR Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss DEFENSE DL Mike Gantous, Louisville DL Derrick Kennedy, Louisville DL Mike Knepper, Houston DL Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss LB Micah Malone, Houston LB Caspor Stiles, Memphis LB Derrick Perry, Tulane DB Courtney Dinkins, Louisville DB Kevin Dukes, Tulane DB William Fields, Houston DB Mike McKenzie, Memphis

OFFENSE S5 Case Keenum, QB, Houston S12 Patrick Edwards, WR, Houston S19 Case Keenum, QB, Houston Ryan Grin, QB, Tulane S26 Reggie Bullock, RB, East Carolina O3 Darius Johnson, WR, SMU O10 Austin Davis, QB, Southern Miss O17 J.J. McDermott, QB, SMU O24 Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina O31 Case Keenum, QB, Houston N7 Nick Fanuzzi, QB, Rice N14 Charles Sims, RB, Houston N21 G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa N28 Case Keenum, QB, Houston DEFENSE S5 Cordarro Law, DL, Southern Miss S12 George Carpenter, LB, Marshall JaGared Davis, LB, SMU S19 Korey Williams, LB, Southern Miss S26 Jamie Bender, S, UAB O3 Tyson Gale, LB, Marshall O10 Phillip Steward, LB, Houston O17 Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall O24 Marquese Wheaton, DB, Southern Miss O31 Milton Howell, DB, Tulsa N7 Curnelius Arnick, LB, Tulsa N14 Shawn Jackson, LB, Tulsa N21 Sammy Brown, LB, Houston N28 Marcus McGraw, LB, Houston SPECIAL TEAMS S5 Robert Kelley, KR, Tulane S12 Kase Whitehead, P, Marshall S19 Nick Adams, KR, UAB S26 Danny Hrapmann, K, Southern Miss O3 Kase Whitehead, P, Marshall

2009

Offense S7 Joe Webb, QB, UAB S14 Case Keenum, QB, Houston S21 Emmanuel Sanders, WR, SMU S28 Case Keenum, QB, Houston O5 Donald Buckram, RB, UTEP O12 Curtis Steele, RB, MEM O19 Case Keenum, QB, Houston O26 Donald Buckram, RB, UTEP N2 Case Keenum, QB, Houston N9 Case Keenum, QB, Houston Donald Buckram, RB, UTEP N16 Joe Webb, QB, UAB N23 Martevious Young, QB, Southern Miss Case Keenum, QB, Houston N30 Trevor Vittatoe, QB, UTEP Defense S7 Rock Dennis, DB, SMU S14 Jamal Robinson, CB, Houston S21 Albert McClellan, DE, Marshall S28 David Hunter, DT, Houston O5 Hiram Atwater, S, UAB O12 Brandon Brinkley, CB, Houston O19 DeAundre Brown, DB, Tulsa O26 C.J. Cavness, LB, Houston N2 Bruce Miller, DE, UCF N9 Chase Kennemer, LB, SMU N16 Emanuel Davis, DB, East Carolina N23 Travis Bradshaw, S, Rice N30 Bruce Miller, DE, UCF Special Teams S7 Damaris Johnson, KR/PR, Tulsa

2007

Offense S4 Kevin Smith, RB, UCF S10 Patrick Pinkney, QB, ECU S17 Paul Smith, QB, TLS S24 Matt Fort, RB, TLN O1 Marcus Thomas, RB, UTEP O8 Trevor Vittatoe, QB, UTEP O15 Donnie Avery, WR, HOU O22 Matt Fort, RB, TLN O29 Kevin Smith, RB, UCF N5 Chris Johnson, RB, ECU Chase Clement, QB, Rice N12 Martin Hankins, QB, MEM Kevin Smith, RB, UCF N19 Damion Fletcher, RB, USM N26 Kevin Smith, RB, UCF Defense S4 Quintin Demps, FS, UTEP S10 Will Dunbar, FS, UAB S17 Gerald McRath, LB, USM S24 Kenneth Fontenette, CB, HOU Jason Venson, FS, UCF O1 Nelson Coleman, LB, TLS O8 Andrew Sendejo, SS, Rice O15 Van Eskridge, FS, ECU O22 Rocky Schwartz, S, HOU Bruce Miller, DE, UCF

O29 N5 N12 N19 N26

Nelson Coleman, LB, TLS Phillip Hunt, DE, HOU Chris Chamberlain, LB, TLS Jake Kasser, LB, MEM Cory Hogue, LB, UCF

Special Teams S4 Michael Torres, PK, UCF S10 Thomas Morstead, P/PK, SMU S17 Swayze Waters, PK, UAB S24 T.J. Lawrence, PK, HOU O1 Donnie Avery, WR/KR, HOU O8 Chris Johnson, RB, ECU O15 Jose Martinez, PK, UTEP O22 Matt Reagan, PK, MEM O29 Jose Martinez, PK, UTEP N5 Justin Estes, PK, USM N12 Clark Fangmeier, PK, Rice N19 Kyhmest Williams, KR, UCF N26 Matt Reagan, PK, MEM

O31 N7 N14 N21 N28

Dennis Thornton, Marshall Augustus Ashley, UCF Joe Sturdivant, SMU Kade Lane, Houston Jason Venson, UCF Adrian Haywood, SMU

2006

Special Teams S6 Markeith McQueen, East Carolina S12 Brad DeVault, Tulsa S19 Reagan Schneider, UTEP S26 Sean Lucas, Tulane O3 Daren McCaleb, Southern Miss O10 Chris McMurtray, SMU O17 Ivan Clark, Marshall Ashlan Davis, Tulsa O24 Vincent Marshall, Houston O31 Chubb Small, Marshall N7 Reagan Schneider, UTEP N14 Matt Prater, UCF N21 Chris McMurtray, SMU N28 Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis

S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 D1

Trent Cole, Cincinnati Robert McCune, Louisville Michael Boley, Southern Miss Bo Schobel, TCU Kerry Rhodes, Louisville Will Hyden, Memphis Justin Whitmore, UAB J.R. Reed, USF Rod Davis, Southern Miss Joe Clay, Houston Wesley Smith, Memphis J.R. Reed, USF

N26 Jon Olinger, Cincinnati D3 Ardell Daniels, Army Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati Defense S4 Pernell Grin, East Carolina S10 Charlie Owens, TCU S24 Greg LeFever, East Carolina O1 Charlie Owens, TCU O8 Derrick Ballard, Memphis O15 Wesley Heath, Tulane O22 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati O29 Michael Brown, Louisville N5 Dewayne White, Louisville N12 Christshawn Gilliam, East Carolina N19 Dewayne White, Louisville N26 LaMarcus McDonald, TCU D3 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati Special Teams S4 Nick Browne, TCU S10 Marvin Townes, East Carolina S24 Rhett Gallego, UAB O1 Mark Haulman, Southern Miss O8 Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati O15 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati O22 Kevin Miller, East Carolina O29 Wade Tydlacka, Louisville N5 Jonathan Run, Cincinnati N12 Anthony Floyd, Louisville N19 Zek Parker, Louisville N26 Nick Browne, TCU D3 Omari Thompson, Army

Defense S5 Quintin Demps, UTEP S11 Chris Felder, UAB S18 Kasey Ross, East Carolina S25 Moton Hopkins, Tulsa O2 Adrian Haywood, SMU O9 Joe Henderson, UAB O16 Devin Lowery, SMU O23 Marquay Love, Houston O30 Chris Chamberlain, Tulsa N6 Matt Couch, Marshall N13 Phillip Hunt, Houston N20 Israel Route, Tulane N27 Brian Raines, Rice Special Teams S5 Marquay Love, Houston S11 Ben Bell, Houston S18 Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss S25 Justin Laird, Houston O2 Jessie Henderson, SMU O9 Ryan Dougherty, East Carolina O16 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP O23 Ben Bell, Houston O30 Chris Johnson, East Carolina N6 Jon Moravec, Marshall N13 Robert Lee, East Carolina N20 Clark Fangmeier, Rice N27 Michael Grandberry, Memphis

Defense S7 Kerry Rhodes, Louisville S13 Michael Boley, Southern Miss S20 Wesley Smith, Memphis S27 Trent Cole, Cincinnati O4 Michael Boley, Southern Miss O11 Jonathan Lewis, Army O18 Greg Washington, Army O25 Michael Boley, Southern Miss N1 Andre Frazier, Cincinnati N8 Will Gulley, Houston N15 Zac Woodn, UAB N22 Marvin Godbolt, TCU N29 Michael Boley, Southern Miss D6 Trevis Coley, Southern Miss Special Teams S7 Brent Moody, Louisville S13 Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss S20 Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis S27 Luke Johnson, Southern Miss O4 Reggie Lindsey, UAB O11 John Eubanks, Southern Miss O18 Darron White, Memphis O25 John Eubanks, Southern Miss N1 Chet Ervin, Cincinnati N8 Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis N15 Scott Wesley, Army N22 Nick Hayes, UAB N29 Montrell Jones, Louisville D6 Arthur Carmody, Louisville

Defense S3 Hanik Milligan, Houston S9 Rod Davis, Southern Miss S16 Kelly Hardy, East Carolina S23 Blue Adams, Cincinnati S30 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss O7 Chris Moore, East Carolina O14 Dewayne White, Louisville O21 Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss O28 Thurman Pearson, UAB N4 LaMarcus McDonald, TCU N11 Andre Frazier, Cincinnati N18 Chad Lee, Louisville N25 Travis Heath, East Carolina D2 Antwan Peek, Cincinnati Special Teams S3 Nick Browne, TCU S9 Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane S16 Dustin Bell, Houston S23 Damien Dorsey, Louisville S30 Nathan Smith, Louisville O7 LaTarence Dunbar, TCU O14 Seth Marler, Tulane O21 Mark Haulman, Southern Miss O28 Damien Dorsey, Louisville N4 Nick Browne, TCU N11 Broderick Clark, Louisville N18 Christshawn Gilliam, East Carolina N25 Seth Marler, Tulane D2 Dustin Bell, Houston

OFFENSE S5 Tony Stallings, Louisville S11 Brandon Middleton, Houston S18 Jorey Reynolds, Houston S25 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane O2 Mewelde Moore, Tulane O9 Dave Ragone, Louisville O16 Leonard Henry, East Carolina O23 Michael Wallace, Army O30 Dave Ragone, Louisville N6 Dave Ragone, Louisville N13 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane N20 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane DEFENSE S5 Kelly Hardy, East Carolina S11 Troy Evans, Cincinnati S18 Ray Walls, Southern Miss S25 Idrees Bashir, Memphis O2 Leo Barnes, Southern Miss O9 Kamal Shakir, Memphis O16 Rashad Harris, Louisville O23 Wayne Rogers, Houston O30 Roy Magee, Southern Miss Wayne Rogers, Houston N6 Anthony Floyd, Louisville N13 Ivan Fields, Cincinnati N20 Gerry Ru, Cincinnati SPECIAL TEAMS S5 Jonathan Run, Cincinnati S11 Jason Mammarelli, Cincinnati S18 Ryan White, Memphis S25 Casey Roussel, Tulane Rhett Gallego, UAB O2 Rhett Gallego, UAB O9 Roxie Shelvin, Tulane O16 Mark Haulman, Southern Miss O23 Kevin Miller, East Carolina O30 Rhett Gallego, UAB N6 Omari Thompson, Army N13 Keith Stokes, East Carolina N20 Jonathan Run, Cincinnati

137

2005

Offense S6 James Pinkney, East Carolina S12 DeMyron Martin, SMU S19 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP S26 Garrett Mills, Tulsa O3 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis O10 James Pinkney, East Carolina Jerad Romo, SMU O17 Dustin Almond, Southern Miss 024 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis O31 Mike Walker, UCF N7 Darrell Hackney, UAB N14 John Wall, Rice N21 Reggie Lindsey, UAB N28 James Pinkney, East Carolina Defense S6 Thomas Howard, UTEP S12 Jamey Harper, SMU S19 Anthony Germany, Tulsa S26 Paul Carrington, UCF O3 Derek Clenin, Memphis O10 Joe Sturdivant, SMU O17 Pierre Parker, East Carolina O24 Bobby Klinck, Tulsa

2003

Offense S2 Ricky Madison, TCU S8 Danny Wimprine, Memphis S15 J.P. Losman, Tulane S22 Kevin Kolb, Houston S29 Richard Hall, Cincinnati O6 Brandon Middleton, Houston O13 Roddy White, UAB O20 Marvin Townes, East Carolina O27 Kevin Kolb, Houston DeAngelo Williams, Memphis N3 Danny Wimprine, Memphis N10 Stefan LeFors, Louisville N17 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis N24 Dustin Almond, Southern Miss D1 Anthony Evans, Houston Defense S2 Lance Everson, Houston S8 Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss S15 Tra Boger, Tulane

2001

1999

Offense S4 Dave Ragone, Louisville S10 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati S24 Je Aaron, UAB O1 Corey Connally, TCU O8 Mewelde Moore, Tulane O15 Dante Brown, Memphis Patrick Ramsey, Tulane O22 Sean Stilley, TCU O29 C.J. Young, Army N5 Dave Ragone, Louisville N12 Leonard Henry, East Carolina N19 Deion Branch, Louisville

OFFENSE S7 Chris Redman, Louisville S13 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane S20 Patrick Ramsey, Tulane S27 David Garrard, East Carolina O4 David Garrard, East Carolina O11 Michael Wallace, Army O18 Ketric Sanford, Houston O25 Lavell Boyd, Louisville N1 Robert Cooper, Cincinnati N8 Ketric Sanford, Houston N15 Jason McKinley, Houston N22 David Garrard, East Carolina

ALL-TIME HONORS

Offense S5 Kevin Kolb, Houston S11 Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP S18 Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss Matt Forte, Tulane S25 Kevin Kolb, Houston O2 Chase Clement, Rice O9 Lester Ricard, Tulane O16 Jarett Dillard, Rice O23 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall O30 Lester Ricard, Tulane N6 Quinton Smith, Rice N13 Anthony Alridge, Houston N20 Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall N27 Jarett Dillard, Rice

2004

Offense S7 Tye Gunn, TCU S13 Richard Hall, Cincinnati S20 Anthony Evans, Houston S27 Darrell Hackney, UAB O4 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis O11 Tielor Robinson, Army O18 Carlton Jones, Army O25 Lester Ricard, Tulane N1 James Pinkney, East Carolina N8 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati N15 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis N22 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati N29 Richard Irvin, Tulane D6 Stefan LeFors, Louisville

Special Teams S2 Fred Smith, Tulane S8 Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis S15 Marvin Young, Southern Miss S22 Nick Browne, TCU S29 Nick Browne, TCU O6 John Eubanks, Southern Miss O13 Nick Browne, TCU O20 Nick Browne, TCU O27 Luke Johnson, Southern Miss N3 Jhun Cook, UAB N10 Marvin Young, Southern Miss N17 Nick Browne, TCU N24 Nick Hayes, UAB D1 Dustin Bell, Houston

2002

Offense S3 Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati S9 Derrick Nix, Southern Miss S16 Derrick Nix, Southern Miss S23 DeAngelo Williams, Memphis S30 Dave Ragone, Louisville O7 Art Brown, East Carolina O14 Darrell Hackney, UAB O21 Tye Gunn, TCU O28 Dave Ragone, Louisville J.P. Losman, Tulane N4 Lonta Hobbs, TCU N11 Jorey Reynolds, Houston N18 Darrell Hackney, UAB N25 Mewelde Moore, Tulane D2 Lonta Hobbs, TCU

2000

DEFENSE S7 Mike James, Houston S13 Forrest Foster, East Carolina S20 Eddie Johnson, Cincinnati S27 T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss O4 Pernell Grin, East Carolina O11 Leo Barnes, Southern Miss O18 Leo Barnes, Southern Miss Wayne Rogers, Houston O25 Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss N1 Anthony Adams, East Carolina N8 Rodregis Brooks, UAB N15 Marcus Bell, Memphis N22 Ty Trahan, Southern Miss SPECIAL TEAMS S7 Kevin Miller, East Carolina S13 Roy Magee, Southern Miss S20 Andrew Bayes, East Carolina S27 Ryan White, Memphis O4 Kevin Miller, East Carolina O11 Ryan White, Memphis O18 Seth Marler, Tulane O25 Andrew Bayes, East Carolina N1 Ryan White, Memphis N8 Jake Arians, UAB N15 Keith Stokes, East Carolina N22 Brent Hanna, Southern Miss

O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24

Tinker Keck Cincinnati Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Marchant Kenney, Southern Miss Vaughn Washington, Houston Phillip Curry, Cincinnati Dwight Henry, East Carolina Keaton Cromartie, Tulane Je Kerr, East Carolina Michael Jordan, Tulane

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME


Frank Gatski, OL, Marshall Raymond Berry, WR, SMU Eric Dickerson, RB, SMU Forrest Gregg, OL, SMU Lamar Hunt, SMU Doak Walker, RB, SMU Jim Finks, QB, Tulsa Steve Largent, WR, Tulsa Bob St. Clair, OT, Tulsa Don Maynard, WR, UTEP

SPECIAL TEAMS S1 Drew Pairamore, Memphis S8 Andrew Bayes, East Carolina S15 Arnold Jackson, Louisville S22 Brad Hill, Tulane S29 Doug Johnson, Cincinnati O6 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati O13 Brad Palazzo, Tulane O20 Sebastian Villarreal, Houston O27 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati N3 Brad Palazzo, Tulane N10 Tinker Keck, Cincinnati N17 Don Haselwood, Memphis N24 P.J. Franklin, Tulane

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME


Andre Ware, QB, Houston Wilson Whitley, DL, Houston Bill Yeoman, Coach, Houston Mike Barber, WR, Marshall Jackie Hunt, HB, Marshall Harry Cy Young, RB, Marshall Buddy Dial, DE, Rice Weldon Humble, OG, Rice Tommy Kramer, QB, Rice Dick Maegle, HB, Rice Bill Wallace, RB, Rice James Williams, DE, Rice Jess Neely, Coach, Rice Matty Bell, Coach, SMU Hayden Fry, Coach, SMU Jerry LeVias, WR, SMU Gerald Mann, QB, SMU Don Meredith, QB, SMU Ray Morrison, Coach, SMU Kyle Rote, RB, SMU Doak Walker, RB, SMU Bobby Wilson, RB, SMU Ray Guy, P, Southern Miss Thad Pie Vann, Coach, Southern Miss Bill Banker, HB, Tulane Jerry Dalrymple, DE, Tulane Jack Green, OG, Tulane Les Lautenschlager, QB, Tulane Eddie Price, HB, Tulane Monk Simons, HB, Tulane Francis Schmidt, Coach, Tulsa Glenn Dobbs, TB, Tulsa Howard Twilley, WR, Tulsa Jerry Rhome, QB, Tulsa 1948 1989 1997 1991 1976 Doak Walker, RB, SMU Andre Ware, QB, Houston

1996

1998

ALL-TIME HONORS

OFFENSE S7 P.J. Franklin, Tulane S14 Shaun King, Tulane S21 Leroy Collins, Louisville S28 Chris Redman, Louisville O5 Chris Redman, Louisville O12 Derrick Nix, Southern Miss O19 Chris Redman, Louisville O26 Shaun King, Tulane N2 Leroy Collins, Louisville N9 Shaun King, Tulane N16 Chris Redman, Louisville N23 David Garrard, East Carolina DEFENSE S7 Brett Timmons, Tulane S14 Nate Hunterton, Army S21 Kenny Dale Rowland, Army S28 Ty Trahan, Southern Miss O5 Alphonso Roundtree, Tulane O12 Lyle Weaver, Army O19 Shawn Ferguson, Cincinnati O26 Ty Trahan, Southern Miss N2 David Williams, Houston N9 Je Kerr, East Carolina N16 T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss N23 Meldon Barnes, Tulane SPECIAL TEAMS S7 Arthur Gissendanner, Houston S14 Graham White, Army S21 Eric Olsen, Army S28 Zek Parker, Louisville O5 Graham White, Army O12 Brandon Francis, Southern Miss O19 Ryan White, Memphis O26 Mike Smith, Houston N2 Louis Hampton, Houston N9 Brad Palazzo, Tulane N16 John Wilson, Tulane N23 Jamie Purser, Southern Miss

OFFENSE S2 Jerald Sowell, Tulane S9 Chad Plummer, Cincinnati S16 Antowain Smith, Houston S23 Chris Redman, Louisville S30 Daryl Royal, Cincinnati O7 Antowain Smith, Houston O14 Lee Roberts, Southern Miss O21 Chad Plummer, Cincinnati O28 Robert Cooper, Cincinnati N4 Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss N11 Antowain Smith, Houston N18 Chuck Clements, Houston N25 Jerald Sowell, Tulane DEFENSE S2 Cedric Walthaw, Southern Miss S9 Phillip Curry, Cincinnati S16 Richard Hogans, Memphis S23 Tony Williams, Memphis S30 Je Posey, Southern Miss O7 Louis Hampton, Houston Keith Spann, Memphis O14 Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss O21 Richard Hogans, Memphis Marchant Kenney, Southern Miss O28 Derrick Singleton, Tulane N4 Leland Taylor, Louisville N11 Tony Williams, Memphis N18 Houston Defense N25 Chris Hewitt, Cincinnati SPECIAL TEAMS S2 Tony Esters, Louisville S9 Jeremy Borseth, Louisville S16 Kendrick Lee, Southern Miss S23 Drew Pairamore, Memphis S30 Eric Richards, Cincinnati O7 Ted Lane, Memphis O14 David Akers, Louisville O21 Steve Smith, Cincinnati O28 Je Liggon, Tulane N4 Sebastian Villarreal, Houston N11 Kevin Cobb, Memphis N18 Eric Richards, Cincinnati N25 Robert Tate, Cincinnati

138

HEISMAN TROPHY AWARD BILETNIKOFF AWARD


Trevor Cobb, RB, Rice

Randy Moss, WR, Marshall

DOAK WALKER AWARD LOMBARDI AWARD


1992 2001 2012 Wilson Whitley, DT, Houston Joe Allison, K, Memphis Seth Marler, K, Tulane Cairo Santos, K, Tulane

1997

OFFENSE S1 Chad Plummer, Cincinnati S8 Shaun King, Tulane S15 Ibn Green, Louisville S22 Lee Roberts, Southern Miss S29 Orlando Iglesias, Houston O6 JaJuan Dawson, Tulane O13 Shaun King, Tulane O20 Shaun King, Tulane O27 Jason McKinley, Houston N3 Frank Moreau, Louisville Harold Shaw, Southern Miss N10 Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina N17 Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina N24 Harold Shaw, Southern Miss DEFENSE S1 Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss S8 Jamaal Alexander, Southern Miss S15 Roderick Coleman, East Carolina S22 Cincinnati Team S29 Artrell Hawkins, Cincinnati

1995

OFFENSE S4 Robert Tate, Cincinnati S11 Heath Graham, Southern Miss S18 Jamaican Dartez, Tulane S25 Charles West, Houston O2 Marty Lowe, Louisville O9 Chuck Clements, Houston O16 Joe Borich, Memphis O23 Antowain Smith, Houston O30 Robert Tate, Cincinnati N6 Marty Lowe, Louisville N13 Shaun King, Tulane N20 Miguel Montano, Louisville DEFENSE S4 Derrick Singleton, Tulane S11 Alan Campos, Louisville S18 Brad Jackson, Cincinnati S25 Cedric Walthaw, Southern Miss O2 Sam Garnes, Cincinnati O9 Derrick Singleton, Tulane

LOU GROZA AWARD

Sammy Baugh Award


2009 2011 Case Keenum, QB, Houston Case Keenum, QB, Houston

RAY GUY AWARD

Award given to the nations top punter. Named after former Southern Miss punter Ray Guy, considered by many to be the greatest punter of all-time.

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR


1991 1996 2005 Bill Lewis, East Carolina Bob Pruett, Marshall George OLeary, UCF

O16 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20

Jerome Woods, Memphis Muhammed El-Mubarak, Cincinnati Richard Hogans, Memphis Cedric Anderson, Tulane Richard Hogans, Memphis Brad Jackson, Cincinnati

CBSSPORTS.COM Second Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY Second Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall Honorable Mention DE Dontari Poe, Memphis PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS First Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall Third Team WR - Patrick Edwards, Houston LB - Sammy Brown, Houston Fourth Team QB - Case Keenum, Houston DB - Marquese Wheaton, Southern Miss SI.COM Honorable Mention QB - Case Keenum, Houston RB - Zach Line, SMU WR - Patrick Edwards, Houston DE - Vinny Curry, Marshall LB - Sammy Brown, Houston K - Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tulsa P- Ian Campbell, UTEP PR - Tracy Lampley, Southern Miss WALTER CAMP Second Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall CBSSPORTS.COM FRESHMAN Second Team LB Jeremy Grove, East Carolina COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN Honorable Mention QB - Rakeem Cato, Marshall QB - Taylor Reed, Memphis WR - Justin Hardy, East Carolina WR - J.J. Worton, UCF OL - Rowdy Harper, Houston LB Derrick Mathews, Houston DB - Bryce Callahan, Rice K - Ty Long, UAB FOXSPORTS.COM FRESHMAN First Team LB Jeremy Grove, East Carolina DB - Bryce Callahan, Rice FWAA FRESHMAN First Team LB Jeremy Grove, East Carolina PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS FRESHMAN First Team LB Jeremy Grove, East Carolina Second Team WR - Justin Hardy, East Carolina OL - Rowdy Harper, Houston DB - Bryce Callahan, Rice Third Team LB - Derrick Mathews. Houston K - Ty Long, UAB RS - Mario Hull, Rice YAHOO.COM FRESHMAN Second Team LB Jeremy Grove, East Carolina

SPECIAL TEAMS S4 Fred Brock, Southern Miss S11 Chris Pierce, Southern Miss S18 Chris Pierce, Southern Miss S25 Eric Richards, Cincinnati O2 Kendrick Hall, Southern Miss O9 Eric Richards, Cincinnati O16 Chris Pierce, Southern Miss O30 Brad Hill, Tulane N6 David Akers, Louisville N13 Robbie Wheeler, Houston N20 Robert Tate, Cincinnati

Second Team DL Vinny Curry, Marshall K Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss KR Quincy McDue, UCF Honorable Mention TE Cody Sparks, Tulane LB Mario Harvey, Marshall LB JaGared Davis, SMU P Kyle Martens, Rice KR Marlon McClure, UTEP PR Josh Robinson, UCF PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS Third Team KR Quincy McDue, UCF K Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss LS Brandon Long, Rice Fourth Team LB Mario Harvey, Marshall P Kyle Martens, Rice RIVALS.COM Second Team AP Damaris Johnson, Tulsa Third Team K Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss P Kyle Martens, Rice SI.COM Second Team AP Damaris Johnson, Tulsa Honorable Mention WR Patrick Edwards, Houston WR Aldrick Robinson, SMU DL Vinny Curry, Marshall LB Mario Harvey, Marshall LB Jamon Hughes, Memphis K Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss P Kyle Martens, Rice R Quincy McDue, UCF R Marlon McClure, UTEP AP Pat Shed, UAB WALTER CAMP First Team PK Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss Second Team P Kyle Martens, Rice COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN Honorable Mention QB Je Godfrey, UCF QB David Piland, Houston RB Orleans Darkwa, Tulane RB Kendrick Hardy, Southern Miss LB Shawn Jackson, Tulsa DB Deron Wilson, Southern Miss DB Marco Nelson, Tulsa FWAA FRESHMAN First Team DB Marco Nelson, Tulsa P Tom Hornsey, Memphis PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS FRESHMAN Second Team QB Je Godfrey, UCF LB Shawn Jackson, Tulsa DB Deron Wilson, Southern Miss Third Team RB Orleans Darkwa, Tulane DB Marco Nelson, Tulsa P Tom Hornsey, Memphis Fourth Team RB Kendrick Hardy, Southern Miss DB Monterius Lovett, Marshall Fifth Team OL Ricky Hart, Memphis DL Connor Boyett, UAB LB Trevor Black, Marshall DB Mohammed Seisay, Memphis K Chris Boswell, Rice RIVALS.COM FRESHMAN Second Team LB Shawn Jackson, Tulsa

CBSSPORTS.COM Second Team QB Case Keenum, Houston Third Team P Matt Dodge, East Carolina COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM First Team QB Case Keenum, Houston Second Team P Matt Dodge, East Carolina Third Team P Matt Reagan, Memphis Honorable Mention QB Joe Webb, UAB RB Donald Buckram, UTEP WR James Cleveland, Houston TE Cody Slate, Marshall PR Tracy Lampley, Southern Miss PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS Second Team QB Case Keenum, Houston Third Team WR James Cleveland, Houston Fourth Team RB Donald Buckram, UTEP WR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU P Matt Dodge, East Carolina PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY Second Team P Matt Dodge, East Carolina

ALL-AMERICANS 2012
ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall Third Team WR Patrick Edwards, Houston LB - Sammy Brown, Houston CONSENSUS K Cairo Santos, Tulane ASSOCIATED PRESS First Team K Cairo Santos, Tulane COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM First Team K Cairo Santos, Tulane FWAA First Team K Cairo Santos, Tulane CBSSPORTS.COM Third Team K Cairo Santos, Tulane PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS First Team K Cairo Santos, Tulane Fourth Team DE Jamie Collins, Southern Miss K Chris Boswell, Rice SI.COM First Team K Cairo Santos, Tulane KR Quincy McDue COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN First Team P Tyler Williams, Marshall Honorable Mention DB Darion Monroe, Tulane FWAA FRESHMAN First Team P Tyler Williams, Marshall PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS FRESHMAN Second Team DB D.J. Hunter, Marshall DB Darion Monroe, Tulane SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN First Team DB Trevon Stewart, Houston DB D.J. Hunter, Marshall

SI.COM Second Team P Matt Dodge, East Carolina Honorable Mention QB Case Keenum, Houston RB Donald Buckram, UTEP RB Curtis Steele, Memphis WR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU WR James Cleveland, Houston TE Cody Slate, Marshall DL Bruce Miller, UCF S Van Eskridge, East Carolina KR Tyron Carrier, Houston KR Dwayne Harris, East Carolina AP Damaris Johnson, Tulsa SPORTING NEWS Second Team P Matt Dodge, East Carolina WALTER CAMP Second Team QB Case Keenum, Houston COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN First Team CB Josh Robinson, UCF Second Team LB Ronnie Thornton, Southern Miss Third Team RB Charles Sims, Houston Honorable Mention WR Antavious Wilson, Marshall DL Mark Dorris, Tulsa DL- Dontari Poe, Memphis DB Kemal Ishmail, UCF DB Dexter McCoil, Tulsa FWAA FRESHMAN First Team CB Josh Robinson, UCF PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS FRESHMAN First Team CB Josh Robinson, UCF Second Team WR Antavious Wilson, Marshall PR Tracy Lampley, Southern Miss RIVALS.COM FRESHMAN First Team CB Josh Robinson, UCF Second Team PR Tracy Lampley, Southern Miss

139

2010

2011

ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall Third Team WR Patrick Edwards, Houston LB - Sammy Brown, Houston FWAA First Team DE Vinny Curry, Marshall

ASSOCIATED PRESS First Team P Kyle Martens, Rice Second Team AP Damaris Johnson, Tulsa Third Team K Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss P Kyle Martens, Rice CBSSPORTS.COM Second Team K Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss KR Quincy McDue, UCF COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM First Team CB Josh Robinson, UCF

2009

ASSOCIATED PRESS Third Team P Matt Reagan, Memphis

ALL-TIME HONORS

RIVALS.COM Second Team QB Case Keenum, Houston Third Team P Matt Dodge, East Carolina

SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN First Team CB Josh Robinson, UCF K Matt Hogan, Houston

FWAA First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF CBSSPORTSLINE.COM First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF WALTER CAMP First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF THE SPORTING NEWS First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF RIVALS.COM First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF Second Team RB Matt Fort, Tulane Honorable Mention QB Paul Smith, Tulsa QB Chase Clement, Rice RB Anthony Alridge, Houston RB Chris Johnson, East Carolina WR Donnie Avery, Houston TE Cody Slate, Marshall SI.COM First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF Second Team RB Matt Fort, Tulane Honorable Mention QB Paul Smith, Tulsa WR Donnie Avery, Houston WR Jarett Dillard, Rice TE Cody Slate, Marshal DB Quitin Demps, UTEP PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF Second Team RB Donnie Avery, Houston Third Team RB Matt Fort, Tulane Fourth Team RB Anthony Alridge, HOU WR Jarrett Dillard, Rice FWAA FRESHMAN Oense TE James Casey, Rice RIVALS.COM FRESHMAN Second Team TE James Casey, Rice SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN Second Team TE James Casey, Rice Honorable Mention QB Case Keenum, Houston WR Trae Johnson, Tulsa OL Andrew Nierman, Tulane OL Dominik Riley, Memphis DL Chetu Ozougeu, Rice DL Bruce Miller, UCF K Justin Estes, Southern Miss P Blake Clingan, UCF P Kyle Petersen, UTEP COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN Second Team TE James Casey, Rice WR Trae Johnson, Tulsa Third Team DE Scott Soloman, Rice Honorable Mention QB Case Keenum, Houston QB Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP RB Charles Clay, Tulsa DL Bruce Miller, UCF DB C.J. Bailey, Southern Miss COLLEGE SPORTS REPORT FRESHMAN Oense WR Trae Johnson, Tulsa

2006

2008

AFCA First Team WR Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis WR Jarett Dillard, Rice Third Team WR Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP CBSSPORTSLINE.COM Second Team WR Jarett Dillard, Rice COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM Second Team PR Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP Third Team OT George Batiste, Southern Miss THE SPORTING NEWS Second Team WR Jarett Dillard, Rice WALTER CAMP Second Team WR Jarett Dillard, Rice FWAA FRESHMAN First Team RB Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss LB Gerald McRath, Southern Miss SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN First Team TE - Cody Slate, Marshall LB Gerald McRath, Southern Miss Second Team RB Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss K - Matt Reagan, Memphis Third Team QB Justin Willis, SMU Honorable Mention WR Jeremy Williams, Tulane OT - Mike Aguayo, UTEP OT - Terence Campbell, East Carolina C - Jake Seitz, UAB DE - Scotty Robinson, East Carolina LB - Braxton Amy, UTEP LB - Andrew Sendejo, Rice K Clark Fangmeier, Rice KR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU COLLEGE FOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN Second Team RB Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss LB Gerald McRath, Southern Miss Third Team QB Justin Willis, SMU WR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU K Matt Reagan, Memphis Honorable Mention WR Duke Calhoun, Memphis OT - Terence Campbell, East Carolina

PK Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss PK Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis KR Jessie Henderson, SMU SI.COM First Team TE Garrett Mills, Tulsa Second Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Third Team LB Kevis Coley, Southern Miss K - Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis K Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss P Luke Johnson, Southern Miss WALTER CAMP FOUNDATION First Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Second Team TE Garrett Mills, Tulsa COLLEGE FOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN First Team DB Joe Burnett, UCF PR Joe Burnett, UCF Second Team TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss Third Team S Jason Venson, UCF PR Jessie Henderson, SMU FWAA/SCRIPPS FRESHMAN First Team OL - Robby Felix, UTEP DB Joe Burnett, UCF SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN Third Team TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss DB Joe Burnett, UCF PR Joe Burnett, UCF Honorable Mention RB - DeMyron Martin, SMU RB Kevin Smith, UCF TE Jamar Hunt, UTEP OL - Robby Felix, UTEP OL Austin Wilkinson, Rice DE Moton Hopkins, Tulsa DE Cody Pree, Houston LB Cody Lubojasky, Houston FS Kenneth Fontenette, Houston

ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team WR - Jarett Dillard, Rice FWAA First Team WR - Jarett Dillard, Rice CBSSPORTSLINE.COM First Team WR - Jarett Dillard, Rice WALTER CAMP Second Team WR - Jarett Dillard, Rice KR - Joe Burnett, UCF RIVALS.COM First Team KR Joe Burnett, UCF SI.COM First Team KR Joe Burnett, UCF PHIL STEELE PUBLICATIONS First Team WR - Jarett Dillard, Rice

ALL-TIME HONORS

Third Team TE James Casey, Rice KR Joe Burnett, UCF K Jose Martinez, UTEP Fourth Team DE Phillip Hunt, Houston FWAA FRESHMAN Oense WR DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss Specialists ATH Damaris Johnson, Tulsa RIVALS.COM FRESHMAN First Team WR DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss ATH Damaris Johnson, Tulsa CB Emanuel Davis, East Carolina Second Team RB Bryce Beall, Houston SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN First Team KR - Demaris Johnson, Tulsa Second Team RB - Bryce Beall, Houston WR - DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss CB - Emmanuel Davis, East Carolina S - Travis Bradshaw, Rice COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM FRESHMAN First Team WR - DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss DB - Dewuan Bembry, Marshall Second Team RB - Bryce Beall, Houston OT - Tyler Holmes, Tulsa DB - Emmanuel Davis, East Carolina Honorable Mention QB - Austin Davis, Southern Miss WR - Demaris Johnson, Tulsa WR - Tyron Carrier, Houston LB - Marcus McGraw, Houston

140

2004

ABC SPORTS/CINGULAR First Team LB Michael Boley, Southern Miss ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team LB Michael Boley, Southern Miss Third Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis WR Roddy White, UAB COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM Second Team LB Michael Boley, Southern Miss RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis WR Roddy White, UAB Third Team OL Travis Leew, Louisville DL Trent Cole, Cincinnati Honorable Mention QB Stefan LeFors, Louisville WR J.R. Russell, Louisville PK Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis KR John Eubanks, Southern Miss PR Travis Williams, East Carolina PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY First Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis WR Roddy White, UAB Honorable Mention QB Stefan LeFors, Louisville SI.COM Second Team LB Michael Boley, Southern Miss RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis WR Roddy White, UAB Honorable Mention QB Stefan LeFors, Louisville

2005

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN First Team TE Garrett Mills, Tulsa AFCA First Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Third Team TE Garrett Mills, Tulsa CBSSPORTSLINE.COM First Team TE Garrett Mills, Tulsa COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM Second Team RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Honorable Mention WR Aundrae Allison, East Carolina TE - Garrett Mills, Tulsa

2007

CONSENSUS RB Kevin Smith, UCF ASSOCIATED PRESS First Team RB Kevin Smith, UCF Third Team RB Matt Fort, Tulane

OL Anthony Alabi, TCU OL Gene Frederic, Memphis DL Larry McSwain, UAB PK Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss KR John Eubanks, Southern Miss WALTER CAMP FOUNDATION Second Team LB Michael Boley, Southern Miss

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS.COM First Team Rod Davis, Southern Miss LaMarcus McDonald, TCU Second Team Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane Broderick Clark, Louisville Honorable Mention Nick Browne, TCU Jarad Preston, East Carolina LaTarence Dunbar, TCU Aris Comeaux, Army Damien Dorsey, Louisville SPORTING NEWS Third Team Rod Davis, Southern Miss Fourth Team LaMarcus McDonald, TCU Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss Nick Browne, TCU SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN First Team Broderick Clark, Louisville Second Team Anthony Cannon, Tulane Third Team Chris McGee, Tulane Cheris Moore, East Carolina Fourth Team Lonta Hobbs, TCU O.C. Collins, Memphis

Second Team Doug Monaghan, Cincinnati Marvin Godbolt, TCU Third Team Skylor Magee, Southern Miss Jermain Woodard, Houston James Gaither, Memphis Fourth Team Gino Guidugli, Cincinnati

1999

CONSENSUS Andrew Bayes, East Carolina AFCA First Team Andrew Bayes, East Carolina Ibn Green, Louisville ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Rodregis Brooks, UAB Andrew Bayes, East Carolina BCS ONLINE Second Team Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Rodregis Brooks, UAB Andrew Bayes, East Carolina CBS SPORTSLINE Second Team Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Rodregis Brooks, UAB FOOTBALL NEWS Third Team Ibn Green, Louisville Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Rodregis Brooks, UAB Honorable Mention Chris Redman, Louisville Frank Moreau, Louisville Ketric Sanford, Houston Arnold Jackson, Louisville Todd Pinkston, Southern Miss Greg Brown, Houston Je Kerr, East Carolina T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss Andrew Bayes, East Carolina FWAA First Team Andrew Bayes, East Carolina SPORTS RAMPAGE.COM First Team Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Rodregis Brooks, UAB Andrew Bayes, East Carolina Second Team T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss Pernell Grin, East Carolina SPORTING NEWS Second Team Ibn Green, Louisville Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Andrew Bayes, East Carolina Third Team Je Kerr, East Carolina SPORTS RAMPAGE.COM National Defensive Player of the Year Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss WALTER CAMP First Team Andrew Bayes, East Carolina GTE Academic All-American Second Team Shaun Castillo, Army

2003

VERIZON/CoSIDA ACADEMIC First Team Nick Browne, TCU ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team DE - Bo Schobel, TCU K - Nick Browne, TCU Third Team LB - Rod Davis, Southern Miss COLLEGEFOOTBALLNEWS.COM Second Team LB - Michael Boley, Southern Miss Third Team DE - Bo Schobel, TCU LB - Rod Davis, Southern Miss K - Nick Browne, TCU Honorable Mention KR - John Eubanks, Southern Miss PR - Marvin Young, Southern Miss FWAA First Team K - Nick Browne, TCU RIVALS.COM FRESHMAN First Team DE - Jermaine McElveen, UAB SCRIPPS/FWAA FRESHMAN First Team RB - Robert Merrill, TCU SI.COM Honorable Mention WR - Brandon Middleton, Houston DE - Bo Schobel, TCU LB - Rod Davis, Southern Miss LB - Chris Moore, East Carolina S - J.R. Reed, USF K - Nick Browne, TCU SPORTING NEWS Second Team LB - Rod Davis, Southern Miss K - Nick Browne, TCU SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN Second Team RB - Robert Merrill, TCU Third Team QB - Kevin Kolb, Houston LB - Stephen Nicholas, USF K - Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss WALTER CAMP First Team K - Nick Browne, TCU

2000

VERIZON ACADEMIC All-District Je Kelly, Southern Miss Deontey Kenner, Cincinnati Scott McReady, South Florida Curtis Fuller, TCU Brandon Perdue, Army Second-Team All-America Je Kelly, Southern Miss CONSENSUS Jonathan Run, Cincinnati ASSOCIATED PRESS First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati Second Team Anthony Floyd, Louisville Third Team Cedric Scott, Southern Miss BCSFOOTBALL.COM First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati CNN/SI.COM First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS.COM First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati Third Team Wayne Rogers, Houston FOOTBALL NEWS Second Team Sherwin Lacewell, East Carolina Anthony Floyd, Louisville Leo Barnes, Southern Miss Third Team Bernard Robertson, Tulane Cedric Scott, Southern Miss Wayne Rogers, Houston FWAA First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati SPORTING NEWS First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati Third Team Zek Parker, Louisville Casey Roussel, Tulane WALTER CAMP First Team Jonathan Run, Cincinnati Anthony Floyd, Louisville FOOTBALL NEWS FRESHMAN ALLAMERICAN First Team Mewelde Moore, Tulane SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN Second Team Mewelde Moore, Tulane Rod Davis, Southern Miss Third Team Dewayne White, Louisville

2001

VERIZON/CoSIDA ACADEMIC First Team Brandon Perdue, Army COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS.COM First Team Seth Marler, Tulane Second Team Leonard Henry, East Carolina Dewayne White, Louisville Bryan Thomas, UAB Honorable Mention Dave Ragone, Louisville Mewelde Moore, Tulane Deion Branch, Louisville FOOTBALL NEWS Third Team Leonard Henry, East Carolina Dewayne White, Louisville Seth Marler, Tulane Honorable Mention Mewelde Moore, Tulane Deion Branch, Louisville Bryan Thomas, UAB Pernell Grin, East Carolina Chad Williams, Southern Miss Dan MacElroy, Army Adam Wulfeck, Cincinnati FWAA First Team Seth Marler, Tulane SPORTING NEWS Third Team Deion Branch, Louisville Leonard Henry, East Carolina Dewayne White, Louisville Fourth Team Rod Davis, Southern Miss Pernell Grin, East Carolina Seth Marler, Tulane SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN First Team Bobby Hoover, Tulane Bobby Leew, Louisville

2002

VERIZON/CoSIDA ACADEMIC First Team Nick Browne, TCU ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team LB - LaMarcus McDonald, TCU Third Team LB - Rod Davis, Southern Miss CNN/SI Second Team DB - Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss DB - Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane Honorable Mention RB - Jorey Reynolds, Houston OL - Brian Rimpf, East Carolina LB - Rod Davis, Southern Miss LB - LaMarcus McDonald, TCU K - Nick Browne, TCU KR - Broderick Clark, Louisville

1998

ASSOCIATED PRESS Third Team Ibn Green, Louisville Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss FOOTBALL NEWS Second Team Ibn Green, Louisville Third Team Shaun King, Tulane Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Honorable Mention Chris Redman, Louisville Leroy Collins, Louisville

ALL-TIME HONORS

141

Derrick Nix, Southern Miss Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss P.J. Franklin, Tulane Ryan White, Memphis Louis Hampton, Houston Mike McKenzie, Memphis Kenny Dale Rowland, Army Andrew Bayes, East Carolina Graham White, Army SPORTING NEWS Second Team Ibn Green, Louisville COLLEGE SPORTS NEWS First Team Ibn Green, Louisville Second Team Shaun King, Tulane Third Team Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss Honorable Mention Chris Redman, Louisville Leroy Collins, Louisville Derrick Nix, Southern Miss Ketric Sanford, Houston P.J. Franklin, Tulane Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss Arnold Jackson, Louisville Jerrian James, Houston Buck Collins, East Carolina Henry McClendon, Southern Miss Danny Moore, East Carolina Rick Nord, Louisville Brian Uhl, Cincinnati Ryan White, Memphis Roderick Coleman, East Carolina Ty Trahan, Southern Miss Michael Jordan, Tulane Mike McKenzie, Memphis Antonio Roundtree, Louisville Kenny Dale Rowland, Army Graham White, Army SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN First Team Derrick Nix, Southern Miss Ryan White, Memphis Second Team Pernell Grin, East Carolina Third Team Artis Hicks, Memphis Corey Sewell, Tulane Danny Adams, Cincinnati FOOTBALL NEWS FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN First Team Ryan White, Memphis Corey Sewell, Tulane Pernell Grin, East Carolina

Marquis Bowling, Memphis JaJuan Dawson, Tulane Ben Fricke, Houston Kendrick Gholston, Louisville Ibn Green, Louisville Dwight Henry, East Carolina Brad Hill, Tulane Tinker Keck, Cincinnati Danny Moore, East Carolina Sebastian Villarreal, Houston SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN First Team John Nix, Southern Miss Kamal Shakir, Memphis Second Team Orlando Iglesias, Houston GTE/CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN First Team Jeremy Lindley, Southern Miss John Kobalka, Cincinnati NACDA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE Jeremy Lindley, Southern Miss

Taylor Reed, LB, SMU Darius Barnes, OL, Southern Miss Kemal Ishmael, DB, UCF Quincy McDue, WR, UCF James Nelson, OL, UTEP TEXAS VS. THE NATION Jacolby Ashworth, OL, Houston Phillip Steward, LB, Houston JaGared Davis, LB, SMU Ryan Grin, QB, Tulane Willie Carter, FB, Tulsa A.J. Bouye, DB, UCF Latavius Murray, RB, UCF SENIOR BOWL Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall Vance McDonald, TE, Rice Margus Hunt, DE, SMU Jamie Collins, LB, Southern Miss

Mike Aguayo, OT, UTEP Damon Cromartie-Smith, S, UTEP Cornelius Brown, CB, UTEP

2008

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Mark Hafner, TE, Houston Sebastian Vollmer, OL, Houston Phillip Hunt, DE, Houston Darius Marshall, WR, Marshall C.J. Spillman, DB, Marshall Clinton McDonald, DL, Memphis Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice UNDER ARMOUR SENIOR BOWL Thomas Morstead, P, SMU Shawn Nelson, TE, Southern Miss Troy Kropog, OL, Tulane TEXAS VS. THE NATION Stanley Bryant, OT, East Carolina Davon Drew, TE, East Carolina David Johnson, QB, Tulsa Tarrion Adams, RB, Tulsa Moton Hopkins, DE, Tulsa Swayze Waters, PK/P, UAB Joe Burnett, CB, UCF Jamar Hunt, TE, UTEP Jose Martinez, K, UTEP

2011

1996

ALL-TIME HONORS

ASSOCIATED PRESS Third Team Sam Madison, Louisville Tyrus McCloud, Louisville FOOTBALL NEWS First Team Sam Madison, Louisville Second Team Tyrus McCloud, Louisville Third Team Marchant Kenney, Southern Miss Honorable Mention Antowain Smith, Houston SPORTING NEWS Second Team Tyrus McCloud, Louisville SPORTING NEWS FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA TEAM Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHRONICLE UNSUNG HERO ALL-AMERICA TEAM Karr Shannon, Southern Miss

CASINO DEL ALL-STAR GAME Bradley Jacobs, SS, East Carolina Cordarro Law, DE, Southern Miss Ryan Balentine, WR, Southern Miss G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa Tyler Holmes, OL, Tulsa EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Emanuel Davis, SS, East Carolina Lance Lewis, WR, East Carolina Josh LeRibeus, OL, SMU Austin Davis, QB, Southern Miss Lamar Holmes, OL, Southern Miss Ronnie Thornton, LB, Southern Miss Josh Linam, LB, UCF THE BATTLE OF FLORIDA Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina Joel McCloud, OL, Memphis Jermaine McKenzie, CB, Memphis Ronnie Thornton, LB, Southern Miss Elliot Henigan, DL, UAB David Bohner, P, UCF Nick Cattoi, K, UCF A.J. Guyton, WR, UCF Charley Hughlett, LS, UCF Darius Nall, DE, UCF Nick Pieschel, OL, UCF NFLPA ASTROTURF COLLEGIATE BOWL G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa UNDER ARMOUR SENIOR BOWL Patrick Edwards, WR, Houston, Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall Matt McCants, OT, UAB

2007

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Anthony Alridge, RB, Houston Bernard Morris, QB, Marshall Paul Smith, QB, Tulsa Quintin Demps, DB, UTEP Marcus Thomas, RB, UTEP HULA BOWL Marcus Fitzgerald, WR, Marshall Doug Legursky, C, Marshall Bernard Morris, QB, Marshall Paul Smith, QB, Tulsa Marcus Thomas, RB, UTEP SENIOR BOWL Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina Donnie Avery, WR, Houston Matt Fort, RB, Tulane Oniel Cousins, OL, UTEP TEXAS VS. THE NATION Jake Sears, TE, UTEP Joe West, WR, UTEP Jeron Harvey, WR, Houston Ben Poynter, OL, SMU George Chukwu, DT, Rice Jeremy Jones, LB, UTEP Brandon Sumrall, CB, Southern Miss Frank Morton, DT, Tulane Leger Douzable, DT, UCF

142

POSTSEASON ALL-STARS 2012


CASINO DEL ALL-STAR GAME Brandon Hartson, DS, Houston Marcus Rucker, WR, Memphis Cannon Smith, DB, Memphis Robert Steeples, DB, Memphis Bryan Collins, OL, SMU Derrick Jackson, DT, Tulsa Dexter McCoil, DB, Tulsa Marvin Burdette, LB, UAB Eloy Atkinson, OL, UTEP EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Jordan Devey, OL, Memphis Zach Line, RB, SMU PROBOUND SPORTSWEAR FLORIDA BOWL Alex Singleton, RB, Tulsa RAYCOM COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALL-STAR GAME Michael Brooks, DL, East Carolina Cannon Smith, DB, Memphis Ryan Travis, DB, Tulane Trent Dupy, C, Tulsa Marvin Burdette, LB, UAB Chris Hubbard, OL, UAB Ian Campbell, P, UTEP NFLPA ASTROTURF COLLEGIATE BOWL Sam McGue, WR, Rice Luke Willson, TE, Rice Aaron Davis, DT, SMU

2010

1997

SENIOR BOWL Dwayne Harris, WR/KR, East Carolina Lee Smith, TE, Marshall Charles Clay, RB, Tulsa EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Cheta Ozougwu, DE, Rice Bruce Miller, DE, UCF Aldrick Robinson, WR, SMU TEXAS VS. THE NATION Willie Smith, OT, East Carolina Isaiah Thompson, OL, Houston Mario Harvey, LB, Marshall Peter Hendrickson, OL, Tulane Jamar Newsome, WR, UCF Kris Adams, WR, UTEP

2006

ASSOCIATED PRESS Second Team Ben Fricke, Houston Third Team Brad Palazzo, Tulane Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOC. OF AMERICA First Team Ben Fricke, Houston SPORTING NEWS Second Team Ben Fricke, Houston Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss Third Team Brad Jackson, Cincinnati Brad Palazzo, Tulane FOOTBALL NEWS Second Team Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss Third Team Jason Fabini, Cincinnati Brad Jackson, Cincinnati Brad Palazzo, Tulane Honorable Mention

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Jackie Battle, RB, Houston Lester Ricard, QB, Tulane Julius Wlson, OL, UAB HULA BOWL Eric Graham, OG, East Carolina Willie Gaston, CB, Houston Will Gulley, FS, Houston Marquay Love, NT, Houston Vincent Marshall, WR, Houston Jared Scruggs, P, Rice Zach West, DL, UTEP INTA JUICE NORTH-SOUTH CLASSIC Damarcus Davis, WR, Tulane Darren McCaleb, K, Southern Miss Brandon McDonald, FB, Memphis Marcus Rucker, LB, Rice Quinton Smith, RB, Rice MAGNOLIA GRIDIRON CLASSIC Blake Butler, OL, Memphis Damarcus Davis, WR, Tulane Michael Gibson, P, Memphis Wesley Jones, OT, Marshall Donald Madlock, OG, Tulane Brandon McDonald, FB, Memphis Brandon Register, SS, UAB Mastaki Smith, LB, UAB Cedric Gagne-Marcoux, OL, UCF

2009

SENIOR BOWL Joe Webb, QB/WR, UAB Jeremy Williams, WR, Tulane Matt Dodge, P, East Carolina EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Andre Anderson, RB, Tulane Emmanuel Sanders, WR, SMU Jeremy Williams, WR, Tulane Torrell Troup, DE, UCF C.J. Wilson, DE, East Carolina Van Eskridge, S, East Carolina TEXAS VS. THE NATION Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis Je Moturi, WR, UTEP

SENIOR BOWL Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Darrell Hackney, QB, UAB Thomas Howard, LB, UTEP

Nick Browne, TCU LAS VEGAS ALL-AMERICAN CLASSIC Rex Hadnot, Houston THE VILLAGES GRIDIRON CLASSIC Ronnie Ghent, Louisville Maurice Jones, USF J.R. Reed, USF Ronald Jones, Southern Miss Robert Pollard, TCU Chad Pugh, TCU SENIOR BOWL Brian Rimpf, East Carolina Ronnie Ghent, Louisville Greg Brooks, Southern Miss Rod Davis, Southern Miss Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss J.P. Losman, Tulane Mewelde Moore, Tulane

2000

2005

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Thomas Howard, LB, UTEP HULA BOWL Chris Moore, LB, East Carolina Guy Whimper, OT, East Carolina Chris Hawkins, DB, Marshall Maurice Avery, WR, Memphis John Syptak, DE, Rice Ryan Mentzel, P, SMU Brandon Marshall, WR, UCF LAS VEGAS ALL-AMERICAN CLASSIC Ryan Gilbert, RB, Houston Tim Goodwell, LB, Memphis Tra Boger, SS, Tulane Anthony Cannon, LB, Tulane Sean Lucas, CB, Tulane Tyler Ebell, RB, UTEP Darcy Johnson, TE, UCF SENIOR BOWL Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis DeAngelo Williams, Memphis Darrell Hackney, QB, UAB Thomas Howard, LB, UTEP

BLUE-GRAY Jason McKinley, Houston Marcus Bell, Memphis Kamal Shakir, Memphis Michael Stone, Memphis Daleroy Stewart, Southern Miss Noel Ellis, Tulane Otis Leverette, UAB Undrae Crosby, UAB Carl Fair, UAB HULA BOWL Lyle Weaver, Army Keith Stokes, East Carolina Sherwin Lacewell, East Carolina Jason McKinley, Houston Donovan Arp, Louisville Rashad Holman, Louisville Arnold Jackson, Louisville EAST/WEST SHRINE GAME Mario Monds, Cincinnati Wayne Rogers, Houston Leo Barnes, Southern Miss TYCO GRIDIRON CLASSIC Deontey Kenner, Cincinnati Rashad Holman, Louisville Arnold Jackson, Louisville Jason Padget, Louisville Kamal Shakir, Memphis Daleroy Stewart, Southern Miss Tim Carter, Tulane Noel Ellis, Tulane SENIOR BOWL Cedric Scott, Southern Miss Raymond Walls, Southern Miss Bernard Robertson, Tulane

ALL-STAR GRIDIRON CLASSIC Kenny Dale Rowland, Army

1997

BLUE-GRAY Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina Terry Rice-Locket, Louisville Leonta Rheams, Houston Derrick Singleton, Tulane SENIOR BOWL Artrell Hawkins, Cincinnati Derrick Ransom, Cincinnati Larry Shannon, East Carolina Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss HULA BOWL Mike Parker, Houston EAST-WEST SHRINE BOWL Jason Fabini, Cincinnati

2002

EAST-WEST SHRINE Clarence Holmes, Army Hanik Milligan, Houston Jason Goss, TCU HULA BOWL Aaron Burger, Army Joe Gerda, Memphis Chris Brown, UAB Willie Quinnie, UAB PARADISE BOWL DeMarco McCleskey, RB, Cincinnati Jorey Reynolds, RB, Houston Jesse Sowells, DB, Houston Rufus Williams, OL, Houston Jason Goss, CB, TCU ROTARY GRIDIRON Blue Adams, Cincinnati Kirt Doolin, Cincinnati DeMarco McCleskey, Cincinnati Jonathan Run, Cincinnati Kelly Hardy, East Carolina Curry Burns, Louisville Jeremy Bridges, Southern Miss Jasin Jimenez, Southern Miss Adrian Madise, TCU SENIOR BOWL Dave Ragone, Louisville Jeremy Bridges, Southern Miss Torrin Tucker, Southern Miss LaMarcus McDonald, TCU Chris Brown, UAB

1996

BLUE-GRAY GAME Chris Hewitt, Cincinnati Marvin Thomas, Memphis Ken Newton, Memphis Daryl Terrell, Southern Miss Jerald Sowell, Tulane SENIOR BOWL Robert Tate, Cincinnati Antowain Smith, Houston Marcus Spriggs, Houston Tyrus McCloud, Louisville Marvin Thomas, Memphis Johnny Lomoro, Southern Miss Jerald Sowell, Tulane EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Daryl Terrell, Southern Miss Sam Madison, Louisville Tyrus McCloud, Louisville

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Stefan LeFors, QB, Louisville Albert Means, DE, Memphis J.R. Russell, WR, Louisville Greg Washington, LB, Army HULA BOWL Reggie Harrell, WR, TCU Chase Johnson, OL, TCU Martin Patterson, LB, TCU Zac Woodn, LB, UAB LAS VEGAS ALL-AMERICAN CLASSIC Shamar Abrams, DT, UAB Antoine Cash, LB, Southern Miss Joe Clay, DE, Houston Stephen Cucci, TE, Houston Marvin Godbolt, S, TCU Tyrone Satereld, DT, Louisville Eric Scott, DT, Southern Miss Hannibal Thomas, WR, Cincinnati THE VILLAGES GRIDIRON CLASSIC Anthony Alabi, OL, TCU Jamar Enzor, LB, Cincinnati Lionel Gates, RB, Louisville Mark Walker, DB, TCU Nigel Eldridge, LB, UAB Roydell Williams, WR, Tulane Zac Woodn, LB, UAB SENIOR BOWL Michael Boley, LB, Southern Miss Trent Cole, DE, Cincinnati Robert McCune, LB, Louisville Jeremy Parquet, OL, Southern Miss Cody McCarty, TE, TCU Roydell Williams, WR, Tulane Roddy White, WR, UAB

1999

BLUE-GRAY Jake Arians, UAB JaJuan Dawson, Tulane Damien Dodson, Memphis Mike Green, Houston Tinker Keck, Cincinnati Adisa King, Army Kris Neal, UAB Tim Seymour, Memphis Graham White, Army SENIOR BOWL Andrew Bayes, East Carolina Anthony Byrd, Louisville Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss Ibn Green, Louisville Terrance Parrish, Southern Miss Todd Pinkston, Southern Miss Chris Redman, Louisville T.J. Slaughter, Southern Miss Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Greg Brown, Houston Sherrod Gideon, Southern Miss Ibn Green, Louisville Je Kerr, East Carolina Adalius Thomas, Southern Miss HULA BOWL Adriano Belli, Houston Scott Kozak, Army

C-USA ALL-DECADE TEAM


Named in December 2004 in conjunction with Conference USAs 10th Anniversary, the AllDecade Team celebrated the top performers of the leagues rst 10 seasons. OFFENSE Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville (1999-2002) Jason Fabini, OL, Cincinnati (1995-97) Ketric Sanford, RB, Houston (1996-99) Ibn Green, TE, Louisville (1996-1999) Arnold Jackson, WR, Louisville (1997-2000) Chris Redman, QB, Louisville (1996-1999) DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis (2002-2005) Derrick Nix, RB, Southern Miss (1998-00, 02) Sherrod Gideon, WR, Southern Miss (1996-99) Shaun King, QB, Tulane (1995-98) Mewelde Moore, RB, Tulane (2000-03) DEFENSE Antwan Peek, DE, Cincinnati (1998, 2000-02) Pernell Grin, LB, East Carolina (1998-2001) Tyrus McCloud, LB, Louisville (1995-1996) Dewayne White, DE, Louisville (2000-2002) Michael Boley, LB, Southern Miss (2001-2004) Rod Davis, LB, Southern Miss (2000-03) Patrick Surtain, Southern Miss (1996-97) Adalius Thomas, DE, Southern Miss (1996-99) Bo Schobel, DE, TCU (2001-2003) Bryan Thomas, DE, UAB (1998-01) SPECIAL TEAMS Jonathan Run, K, Cincinnati (1999-02) Eric Booth, KR, Southern Miss (1994-97) John Eubanks, KR, Southern Miss (2002-04) Nick Browne, K, TCU (2001-03) Seth Marler, K, Tulane (1999-02) C-USA FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE DECADE Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville (1999-2002) C-USA FOOTBALL COACH OF THE DECADE Je Bower, Southern Miss (1991 2007)

143

2001

BLUE-GRAY Dan MacElroy, Army Marcus Smith, Memphis Ryan White, Memphis Roy Magee, Southern Miss Terrell Harris, Tulane Patrick Ramsey, Tulane Casey Roussel, Tulane Marlon Bush, UAB Jegil Dugger, UAB Rod Taylor, UAB EAST-WEST SHRINE Clint Dodson, Army Pernell Grin, East Carolina Zek Parker, Louisville Artis Hicks, Memphis Charlie Owens, TCU Matt Schobel, TCU HULA BOWL Leonard Henry, East Carolina ROTARY GRIDIRON Orlando Iglesias, Houston Hamin Milligan, Houston Victor Payne, TCU SENIOR BOWL David Garrard, East Carolina Deion Branch, Louisville Patrick Ramsey, Tulane Casey Roussel, Tulane Eddie Freeman, UAB Bryan Thomas, UAB

2003

BLUE GRAY ALL-STAR CLASSIC Damene Duckett, East Carolina Vonta Leach, East Carolina Ronnie Ghent, Louisville Josh Minkins, Louisville Richard Owens, Louisville DeJuan Green, USF Maurice Jones, USF Huey Whittaker, USF EAST-WEST SHRINE Ryan Kent, Army Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss Bo Schobel, TCU HULA BOWL Rex Hadnot, Houston Maurice Jones, USF

1998

BLUE-GRAY Wilbert Brown, Houston Buck Collins, East Carolina Troy Smith, East Carolina SENIOR BOWL Shaun King, Tulane Brad Palazzo, Tulane Roderick Coleman, East Carolina HULA BOWL Brian Connelly, Army Troy Smith, East Carolina EAST-WEST SHRINE BOWL Roderick Coleman, East Carolina DeShone Mallard, Southern Miss Rick Nord, Louisville

ALL-TIME HONORS

2004

TEAM YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS


East Carolina
YEAR 2012 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 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 COACH Ruffin McNeill Ruffin McNeill Ruffin McNeill Skip Holtz Skip Holtz Skip Holtz Skip Holtz Skip Holtz John Thompson John Thompson Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Steve Logan Bill Lewis Bill Lewis Bill Lewis Art Baker Art Baker Art Baker Art Baker Ed Emory Ed Emory Ed Emory Ed Emory Ed Emory Pat Dye Pat Dye Pat Dye Pat Dye Pat Dye Pat Dye Sonny Randle Sonny Randle Sonny Randle Mike McGee Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Clarence Stasavich Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Jack Boone Bill Dole Bill Dole Bill Dole Jim Johnson Jim Johnson Jim Johnson John Christenberry John Christenberry O.A. Hankner J.D. Alexander J.D. Alexander Bo Farley G.L. Mathis G.L. Mathis Kenneth Beatty Kenneth Beatty OVERALL C-USA 8-5-0 7-1 6-7-0 5-3 6-7-0 5-3 9-5-0 7-1 9-5-0 6-2 8-5-0 6-2 7-6-0 5-3 5-6-0 4-4 2-9-0 2-6 1-11-0 1-7 4-8-0 4-4 6-6-0 5-2 8-4-0 5-2 9-3-0 4-2 6-5-0 3-3 5-6-0 4-2 8-3-0 9-3-0 7-5-0 2-9-0 5-6-0 11-1-0 5-6-0 6-5-0 3-8-0 5-6-0 3-8-0 2-9-0 2-9-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 7-3-11 9-3-0 8-3-0 9-2-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 9-2-0 9-2-0 4-6-0 3-8-0 2-7-0 4-6-0 8-2-0 4-5-1 9-1-0 9-1-0 9-1-0 5-4-0 5-4-1 7-3-0 5-6-0 6-4-0 1-8-0 2-6-1 4-5-0 5-4-1 8-2-0 6-3-2 4-6-0 7-3-0 4-5-1 0-9-0 3-6-0 5-3-1 7-0-0 5-3-0 0-8-0 1-6-1 2-5-0 2-2-0 3-3-0 1-4-1 1-5-0 0-5-0 BOWL New Orleans Military Liberty Liberty Sheraton Hawaii Papajohns.com 2004 Don Strock 2003 Don Strock 2002 Don Strock 3-7 [three wins vacated] 2-10 [two wins vacated] 5-6

FLORIDA ATLANTIC
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 COACH OVERALL C-USA Carl Pelini 3-9 Howard Schnellenberger 1-11 Howard Schnellenberger 4-8 Howard Schnellenberger 5-7 Howard Schnellenberger 7-6 Howard Schnellenberger 8-5 Howard Schnellenberger 5-7 Howard Schnellenberger 2-9 Howard Schnellenberger 9-3 Howard Schnellenberger 11-3 Howard Schnellenberger 2-9 Howard Schnellenberger 4-6 BOWL

Motor City New Orleans

GMAC galleryfurniture Mobile Alabama

Semi-Final I-AA

Liberty Liberty Peach

LOUISIANA TECH
YEAR 2012 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 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 COACH OVERALL C-USA Sonny Dykes 9-3 Sonny Dykes 8-5 Sonny Dykes 5-7 Derek Dooley 4-8 Derek Dooley 8-5 Derek Dooley 5-7 Jack Bicknell 3-10 Jack Bicknell 7-4 Jack Bicknell 6-6 Jack Bicknell 5-7 Jack Bicknell 4-8 Jack Bicknell 7-5 Jack Bicknell 3-9 Jack Bicknell 8-3 Gary Crowton 6-6 Gary Crowton 9-2 Gary Crowton 6-5 Joe Peace 5-6 Joe Peace 3-8 Joe Peace 2-9 Joe Peace 5-6 Joe Peace 8-1-2 Joe Peace 8-3-1 Joe Peace 4-6 Joe Peace 4-7 Carl Torbush 3-8 A.L. Williams 6-4-1 A.L. Williams 8-3 A.L. Williams A.L. Williams 4-7 Billy Brewer 10-3 Billy Brewer 4-6-1 Larry Beightol 5-6 Larry Beightol 3-8 Maxie Lambright 6-5 Maxie Lambright 9-1-2 Maxie Lambright 6-5 Maxie Lambright 8-2 Maxie Lambright 11-1 Maxie Lambright 12-1 Maxie Lambright 12-0 Maxie Lambright 9-2 Maxie Lambright 2-8 Maxie Lambright 8-2 Maxie Lambright 9-2 Maxie Lambright 3-7 Joe Aillet 1-9 Joe Aillet 4-4 Joe Aillet 9-1 Joe Aillet 6-3 Joe Aillet 4-4 Joe Aillet 5-4 Joe Aillet 8-2 Joe Aillet 9-1 Joe Aillet 7-3 Joe Aillet 6-4 Joe Aillet 4-3-2 Joe Aillet 9-1 Joe Aillet 6-3 Joe Aillet 6-3 Joe Aillet 6-1-2 Joe Aillet 4-5 Joe Aillet 5-4-1 Joe Aillet 7-2 Joe Aillet 7-2-1 Joe Aillet 5-4 Joe Aillet 7-3 Joe Aillet 6-4 Joe Aillet 3-5-1 Football Discontinued BOWL Poinsettia Independence

TEAM RESULTS

Humanitarian

Independence

1942 Joe Aillet 1941 Joe Aillet 1940 Joe Aillet 1939 Ray E. Davis 1938 L.P. McLane 1937 L.P. McLane 1936 L.P. McLane 1935 L.P. McLane 1934 L.P. McLane 1933 George Bohler 1932 George Bohler 1931 George Bohler 1930 George Bohler 1929 F.A. Rockwell 1928 F.A. Rockwell 1927 Hugh E. Wilson 1926 Hugh E. Wilson 1925 R.C. Kenney 1924 Phillip Arbuckle 1923 William H. Dietz 1922 William H. Dietz 1921 R.F. Clark 1920 R.F. Clark 1919 Percy S. Prince 1918 Percy S. Prince 1917 V.S. Pugh 1916 A. Flack 1915 Percy S. Prince 1914 Percy S. Prince 1913 Percy S. Prince 1912 Percy S. Prince 1911 Percy S. Prince 1910 Percy S. Prince 1909 Percy S. Prince 1908 A.L. Cornell 1907 George L. Watkins 1906 Z.T. Young 1905 J.Y. Bragg 1904 E.G. Pierce 1903 Unknown 1902 Frank Singleton 1901 Edwin Barber

6-3 5-4-1 6-4 5-6 3-7-1 6-3-2 6-2-1 8-1 4-6 1-7 4-4 7-0 3-6 4-4-2 2-7 3-5 5-2-2 1-6-2 1-6-1 6-2 5-1-1 6-0 5-1 *0-3 Unknown 2-3 *2-4 3-1-2 2-4 3-4-1 *1-2-1 4-2-1 *7-0 4-1 4-3-1 9-1 2-1-3 *0-1 1-3 *0-1 *Unknown 0-2

Independence

MARSHALL
YEAR COACH OVERALL C-USA 2012 Doc Holliday 5-7-0 4-4 2011 Doc Holliday 7-6-0 5-3 2010 Doc Holliday 5-7-0 4-4 2009 Mark Snyder 7-6-0 4-4 2008 Mark Snyder 4-8-0 3-5 2007 Mark Snyder 3-9-0 3-5 2006 Mark Snyder 5-7-0 4-4 2005 Mark Snyder 4-7-0 3-5 2004 Bob Pruett 6-6-0 2003 Bob Pruett 8-4-0 2002 Bob Pruett 11-2-0 2001 Bob Pruett 11-2-0 2000 Bob Pruett 8-5-0 1999 Bob Pruett 13-0-0 1998 Bob Pruett 12-1-0 *1997 Bob Pruett 10-3-0 1996 Bon Pruett 15-0-0 (Division I-AA National Champions) 1995 Jim Donnan 12-3-0 1994 Jim Donnan 12-2-0 1993 Jim Donnan 11-4-0 1992 Jim Donnan 12-3-0 (Division I-AA National Champions) 1991 Jim Donnan 11-4-0 1990 Jim Donnan 6-5-0 1989 George Chaump 6-5-0 1988 George Chaump 11-2-0 1987 George Chaump 10-5-0 1986 George Chaump 6-4-1 1985 Stan Parrish 7-3-1 1984 Stan Parrish 6-5-0 1983 Sonny Randle 4-7-0 1982 Sonny Randle 3-8-0 1981 Sonny Randle 2-9-0 1980 Sonny Randle 2-8-1 1979 Sonny Randle 1-10-0 1978 Frank Elwood 1-10-0 1977 Frank Elwood 2-9-0 1976 Frank Elwood 5-6-0 1975 Frank Elwood 2-9-0 1974 Jack Lengyel 1-10-0 1973 Jack Lengyel 4-7-0 1972 Jack Lengyel 2-8-0 1971 Jack Lengyel 2-8-0 1970 Rick Tolley 3-6-0 1969 Rick Tolley 3-7-0 BOWL Beef OBradys Little Ceasars

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Tangerine Tangerine Eastern

I-AA Playos I-AA Playos

Fort Worth GMAC GMAC Motor City Motor City Motor City Motor City

Independence Independence D-II Playos D-II Playos Grantland Rice Pioneer Grantland Rice Grantland Rice

Elks Lions

FIU
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 COACH Mario Cristobal Mario Cristobal Mario Cristobal Mario Cristobal Mario Cristobal Mario Cristobal Don Strock Don Strock OVERALL C-USA BOWL 3-9 8-5 Beef O Bradys 7-6 Little Caesars 3-9 5-7 1-11 0-12 5-6 [ve wins vacated]

1968 Perry Moss 0-9-1 1967 Charlie Snyder 0-10-0 1966 Charlie Snyder 2-8-0 1965 Charlie Snyder 5-5-0 1964 Charlie Snyder 7-3-0 1963 Charlie Snyder 5-4-1 1962 Charlie Snyder 4-6-0 1961 Charlie Snyder 2-7-1 1960 Charlie Snyder 2-7-1 1959 Charlie Snyder 1-8-0 1958 Herb Royer 3-6-0 1957 Herb Royer 6-3-0 1956 Herb Royer 3-6-0 1955 Herb Royer 3-6-0 1954 Herb Royer 4-5-0 1953 Herb Royer 2-5-2 1952 Pete Pedersen 2-7-2 1951 Pete Pedersen 5-4-1 1950 Pete Pedersen 2-8-0 1949 Cam Henderson 6-4-0 1948 Cam Henderson 2-7-1 1947 Cam Henderson 9-3-0 1946 Cam Henderson 2-7-1 1943-45 No football because of World War II 1942 Cam Henderson 1-7-1 1941 Cam Henderson 7-1-0 1940 Cam Henderson 8-2-0 1939 Cam Henderson 9-2-0 1938 Cam Henderson 5-4-0 1937 Cam Henderson 9-0-1 1936 Cam Henderson 6-3-1 1935 Cam Henderson 4-6-0 1934 Tom Dandelet 3-6-0 1933 Tom Dandelet 3-5-1 1932 Tom Dandelet 6-2-1 1931 Tom Dandelet 6-3-0 1930 Johnny Maulbetsch 3-5-1 1929 Johnny Maulbetsch 5-3-1 1928 Charles Tallman 8-1-1 1927 Charles Tallman 5-3-1 1926 Charles Tallman 5-4-1 1925 Charles Tallman 4-1-4 1924 Russell Meredith 4-4-0 1923 Harrison Briggs 1-7-0 1922 Kemper Shelton 5-4-0 1921 Kemper Shelton 5-4-0 1920 Herbert Cramer 0-8-0 1919 Archer Reilly 8-0-0 1918 No football because of World War I 1917 Carl Shipley 1-7-1 1916 Boyd Chambers 7-2-1 1915 Boyd Chambers 1-7-0 1914 Boyd Chambers 5-4-0 1913 Boyd Chambers 3-4-0 1912 Boyd Chambers 3-4-0 1911 Boyd Chambers 4-1-1 1910 Boyd Chambers 5-1-1 1909 Boyd Chambers 3-2-1 1908 W.G. Vinal 0-6-0 1907 No Paid Coach 3-2-1 1906 Pearl Rardin 4-0-1 1905 Alfred McCary 6-2-0 1904 George Ford 1-3-3 1903 George Ford 3-1-1 1902 No Paid Coach 5-0-2 1901 No Paid Coach 2-0-1 1900 No Paid Coach 2-0-1 1899 No Paid Coach 0-0-1 1898 No Paid Coach 4-1-0 1897 No Paid Coach 0-3-0 1896 No game results available 1895 No Paid Coach 0-1-1 *Moved up to Division-IA from Division 1-AA

MIDDLE TENNESSEE
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 COACH Rick Stockstill Rick Stockstill Rick Stockstill Rick Stockstill Rick Stockstill Rick Stockstill Rick Stockstill Andy McCollum Andy McCollum Andy McCollum Andy McCollum Andy McCollum Andy McCollum Andy McCollum Boots Donnelly Boots Donnelly Boots Donnelly Boots Donnelly Boots Donnelly OVERALL C-USA 8-4 2-10 6-7 10-3 5-7 5-7 7-6 4-7 5-6 4-8 4-8 8-3 6-5 3-8 5-5 4-6 6-5 7-4 8-3-1 BOWL GoDaddy.com New Orleans Motor City

1993 Boots Donnelly 5-6 1992 Boots Donnelly 10-3 1991 Boots Donnelly 9-4 1990 Boots Donnelly 11-2 1989 Boots Donnelly 9-4 1988 Boots Donnelly 7-4 1987 Boots Donnelly 6-5 1986 Boots Donnelly 6-5 1985 Boots Donnelly 11-1 1984 Boots Donnelly 11-3 1983 Boots Donnelly 8-2 1982 Boots Donnelly 8-3 1981 Boots Donnelly 6-5 1980 Boots Donnelly 2-8 1979 Boots Donnelly 1-9 1978 Ben Hurt 1-9-1 1977 Ben Hurt 3-8 1976 Ben Hurt 4-7 1975 Ben Hurt 4-7 1974 Bill Peck 3-8 1973 Bill Peck 4-7 1972 Bill Peck 7-3-1 1971 Bill Peck 7-4 1970 Bill Peck 6-3-1 1969 Don Fuoss 1-9 1968 Charles Murphy 2-8 1967 Charles Murphy 5-5 1966 Charles Murphy 7-3 1965 Charles Murphy 10-0 1964 Charles Murphy 8-2-1 1963 Charles Murphy 8-2 1962 Charles Murphy 6-4 1961 Charles Murphy 7-4 1960 Charles Murphy 5-5 1959 Charles Murphy 10-0-1 1958 Charles Murphy 8-2 1957 Charles Murphy 10-0 1956 Charles Murphy 7-3 1955 Charles Murphy 7-2-1 1954 Charles Murphy 4-4-2 1953 Charles Murphy 7-4 1952 Charles Murphy 6-5 1951 Charles Murphy 7-2-2 1950 Charles Murphy 9-2 1949 Charles Murphy 8-0-1 1948 Charles Murphy 5-5 1947 Charles Murphy 9-1 1946 E.W. Midgett 5-3-1 1943-45 No Football due to World War II 1942 E.W. Midgett 4-2-1 1941 E.W. Midgett 4-3-1 1940 E.W. Midgett 4-4-0 1939 Herc Alley 1-6-1 1938 Johnny (Red) Floyd 2-6 1937 Johnny (Red) Floyd 6-1-1 1936 Johnny (Red) Floyd 7-1 1935 Johnny (Red) Floyd 8-0 1934 Johnny (Red) Floyd 2-7 1933 E.M. Waller 1-7-1 1932 Frank Faulkinberry 4-6 1931 Frank Faulkinberry 6-4 1930 Frank Faulkinberry 5-5-1 1929 Frank Faulkinberry 6-3-1 1928 Frank Faulkinberry 2-4-1 1927 Frank Faulkinberry 6-2 1926 Frank Faulkinberry 4-2-1 1925 Guy Stephenson 3-4-2 1924 Guy Stephenson 1-5 1923 Alfred B. Miles 3-1 1922 Alfred B. Miles 2-6 1921 Alfred B. Miles 3-2-1 1920 Alfred B. Miles 4-1 1919 Alfred B. Miles 6-0 1918 No Football due to World War I 1917 Johnny (Red) Floyd 7-0 1916 Alfred B. Miles 5-2 1915 Alfred B. Miles 3-3-1 1914 Alfred B. Miles 5-0-1 1913 Alfred B. Miles 5-1-1 1912 L.E. Mutt Weber 1-0 1911 L.E. Mutt Weber 0-1

Grantland Rice Tangerine Tangerine Refrigerator

NORTH TEXAS
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 COACH OVERALL C-USA BOWL Dan McCarney 4-8 Dan McCarney 5-7 Mike Canales* (interim) 2-3 Todd Dodge 1-6 Todd Dodge 2-10 Todd Dodge 1-11 Todd Dodge 2-10 Darrell Dickey 3-9 Darrell Dickey 2-9 Darrell Dickey 7-5 New Orleans Darrell Dickey 9-4 New Orleans Darrell Dickey 8-5 New Orleans

2001 Darrell Dickey 5-7 New Orleans Bowl 2000 Darrell Dickey 3-8-0 1999 Darrell Dickey 2-9-0 1998 Darrell Dickey 3-8-0 1997 Matt Simon 4-7-0 1996 Matt Simon 5-6-0 1995 Matt Simon 2-9-0* 1994 Matt Simon 7-4-1 1993 Dennis Parker 4-7-0 1992 Dennis Parker 4-7-0 1991 Dennis Parker 3-7-1 1990 Corky Nelson 6-5-0 1989 Corky Nelson 5-6-0 1988 Corky Nelson 8-4-0 1987 Corky Nelson 7-5-0 1986 Corky Nelson 6-4-0 1985 Corky Nelson 4-6-1 1984 Corky Nelson 2-9-0 1983 Corky Nelson 8-4-0^ 1982 Corky Nelson 2-9-0 1981 Bob Tyler 2-9-0 1980 Jerry Moore 6-5-0 1979 Jerry Moore 5-6-0 1978 Hayden Fry 9-2-0 1977 Hayden Fry 10-1-0 1976 Hayden Fry 7-4-0 1975 Hayden Fry 7-4-0 1974 Hayden Fry 2-7-2 1973 Hayden Fry 5-5-1 1972 Rod Rust 1-10-0 1971 Rod Rust 3-8-0 1970 Rod Rust 3-8-0 1969 Rod Rust 7-3-0 1968 Rod Rust 8-2-0 1967 Rod Rust 7-1-1 1966 Odus Mitchell 8-2-0 1965 Odus Mitchell 3-7-0 1964 Odus Mitchell 2-7-1 1963 Odus Mitchell 3-6-0 1962 Odus Mitchell 6-4-0 1961 Odus Mitchell 5-4-1 1960 Odus Mitchell 2-6-1 1959 Odus Mitchell 9-2-0 Sun 1958 Odus Mitchell 7-2-1 1957 Odus Mitchell 5-5-0 1956 Odus Mitchell 7-2-1 1955 Odus Mitchell 5-4-1 1954 Odus Mitchell 4-6-0 1953 Odus Mitchell 3-6-1 1952 Odus Mitchell 7-3-0 1951 Odus Mitchell 8-4-0 1950 Odus Mitchell 7-2-1 1949 Odus Mitchell 8-4-0 1948 Odus Mitchell 6-4-0 1947 Odus Mitchell 10-2-0 Salad 1946 Odus Mitchell 7-3-1 Optimist No Team From 1943-45 Due To World War II 1942 Lloyd Russell 3-5-0 1941 Jack Sisco 7-1-0 1940 Jack Sisco 6-3-0 1939 Jack Sisco 6-1-0 1938 Jack Sisco 7-4-0 1937 Jack Sisco 4-4-2 1936 Jack Sisco 6-2-1 1935 Jack Sisco 5-3-1 1934 Jack Sisco 5-4-0 1933 Jack Sisco 3-4-2 1932 Jack Sisco 8-1-1 1931 Jack Sisco 8-3-0 1930 Jack Sisco 5-4-1 1929 Jack Sisco 4-3-2 1928 John Reid 4-5-0 1927 John Reid 1-6-2 1926 John Reid 5-3-1 1925 John Reid 6-4-0 1924 Theron Fouts 5-3-1 1923 Theron Fouts 3-5-0 1922 Theron Fouts 5-2-1 1921 Theron Fouts 3-3-0 1920 Theron Fouts 7-1-0 1919 J.W. St. Clair 5-3-0 1918 J.W. St. Clair 1-2-1 1917 J.W. St. Clair 6-1-0 1916 J.W. St. Clair 4-3-1 1915 J.W. St. Clair 4-1 1914 J.W. Pender 3-3 1913 J.W. Pender 0-1 *Moved up to Division I-A from Division I-AA ^-Moved down to Division I-AA from Division I-A

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RICE
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 COACH David Baili David Baili David Baili David Baili OVERALL C-USA BOWL 7-6-0 4-4 Armed Forces 4-8-0 3-5 4-8-0 3-5 2-10-0 2-6

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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 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912

David Baili David Baili Todd Graham Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Ken Hateld Fred Goldsmith Fred Goldsmith Fred Goldsmith Fred Goldsmith Fred Goldsmith Jerry Berndt Jerry Berndt Jerry Berndt Watson Brown Watson Brown Ray Alborn Ray Alborn Ray Alborn Ray Alborn Ray Alborn Ray Alborn Homer Rice Homer Rice Al Conover Al Conover Al Conover Al Conover Bill Peterson Bo Hagan Bo Hagan Bo Hagan Bo Hagan Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jess Neely Jimmy Kitts Jimmy Kitts Jimmy Kitts Jimmy Kitts Jimmy Kitts Jimmy Kitts Jack Meagher Jack Meagher Jack Meagher Jack Meagher Jack Meagher Claude Rothgeb John W. Heisman John W. Heisman John W. Heisman John W. Heisman Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle John Anderson Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle Phil Arbuckle

10-3-0 7-1 3-9-0 3-5 7-6-0 6-2 1-10-0 1-7 3-8-0 5-7-0 4-7-0 8-4-0 3-8-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 7-4-0 7-4-0 2-8-1 5-6-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 4-7-0 5-6-0 2-8-1 0-11-0 2-9-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 1-10-0 1-10-0 0-11-0 4-7-0 5-6-0 1-10-0 2-9-0 1-10-0 3-8-0 2-9-0 2-8-1 5-6-0 5-5-1 3-7-1 5-5-0 3-7-0 0-9-1 4-6-0 2-8-0 2-8-0 4-5-1 6-4-0 2-6-2 7-4-0 7-4-0 1-7-2 5-5-0 7-4-0 4-6-0 2-7-1 7-3-0 9-2-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 6-4-0 10-1-0 5-4-1 6-3-1 9-2-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 3-7-0 7-2-1 6-3-1 7-3-0 1-9-1 4-6-0 6-3-2 5-7-0 8-3-0 9-1-1 3-8-0 7-3-0 6-4-0 8-4-0 2-7-0 2-7-0 2-6-1 4-4-1 4-4-1 3-5-0 3-5-0 4-4-0 4-4-1 4-2-2 8-1-0 1-5-1 7-1-0 6-1-2 5-3-0 3-2-3 4-0-0 3-2-0

Texas New Orleans

SOUTHERN MISS
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2009 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 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1916 COACH OVERALL C-USA Ellis Johnson 0-12-0 0-8 Larry Fedora 12-2-0 6-2 Larry Fedora 8-5-0 5-3 Larry Fedora 7-6-0 5-3 Larry Fedora 7-6-0 4-4 Je Bower 7-6-0 5-3 Je Bower 9-5-0 6-2 Je Bower 7-5-0 5-3 Je Bower 7-5-0 5-3 Je Bower 9-4-0 8-0 Je Bower 7-6-0 5-3 Je Bower 6-5-0 4-3 Je Bower 8-4-0 4-3 Je Bower 9-3-0 6-0 Je Bower 7-5-0 5-1 Je Bower 9-3-0 6-0 Je Bower 8-3-0 4-1 Je Bower 6-5-0 Je Bower 6-5-0 Je Bower 3-7-1 Je Bower 7-4-0 Je Bower 4-7-0 C. Hallman/J. Bower 8-4-0 Curley Hallman 5-6-0 Curley Hallman 10-2-0 Jim Carmody 6-5-0 Jim Carmody 6-5-0 Jim Carmody 7-4-0 Jim Carmody 4-7-0 Jim Carmody 7-4-0 Jim Carmody 7-4-0 Bobby Collins 9-2-1 Bobby Collins 9-3-0 Bobby Collins 6-4-1 Bobby Collins 7-4-0 Bobby Collins 6-6-0 Bobby Collins 3-8-0 Bobby Collins 8-3-0 P.W. Underwood 6-5-0 P.W. Underwood 6-4-1 P.W. Underwood 3-7-1 P.W. Underwood 6-5-0 P.W. Underwood 5-6-0 P.W. Underwood 5-5-0 P.W. Underwood 4-6-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-3-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-4-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 7-2-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-3-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 5-3-1 Thad (Pie) Vann 9-1-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 8-2-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-4-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-4-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 9-0-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 8-3-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 7-2-1 Thad (Pie) Vann 9-1-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-4-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 9-2-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 10-2-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 6-5-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 5-5-0 Thad (Pie) Vann 7-3-0 Reed Green 7-3-0 Reed Green 7-3-0 Reed Green 7-3-0 Reed Green 4-0-0 Reed Green 9-0-1 Reed Green 7-4-0 Reed Green 4-2-3 Reed Green 7-2-0 Reed Green 7-3-0 Pooley Hubert 7-2-1 Pooley Hubert 6-4-0 Pooley Hubert 3-4-2 Pooley Hubert 3-5-2 Pooley Hubert 5-4-0 Pooley Hubert 2-5-0 John Lumpkin 3-5-1 W.B. Saunders 2-6-1 W.B. Saunders 4-5-0 Herschel Bobo 3-4-1 Herschel Bobo 3-4-1 Herschel Bobo 0-6-0 Herschel Bobo 3-3-2 O.V. Austin 3-3-0 O.V. Austin 2-6-0 O.V. Austin 3-4-0 B.B. OMara 5-2-1 Cephus Anderson 4-1-2 A.B. Dillie 0-3-0 BOWL Sheraton Hawaii Beef OBradys New Orleans New Orleans Papajohns.com GMAC New Orleans New Orleans Liberty Houston Mobile Liberty Humanitarian Liberty

1915 1914 1913 1912

A.B. Dillie A.B. Dillie M.J. Williams R.G. Slay

4-4-0 2-3-1 1-5-1 2-1-0

TULANE
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 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 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 COACH OVERALL C-USA Curtis Johnson 2-10-0 2-6 Bob Toledo 2-11-0 1-7 Bob Toledo 4-8-0 2-6 Bob Toledo 3-9-0 1-7 Bob Toledo 2-10-0 1-7 Bob Toledo 4-8-0 3-5 Chris Scelfo 4-8-0 2-6 Chris Scelfo 2-9-0 1-7 Chris Scelfo 5-6-0 3-5 Chris Scelfo 5-7-0 3-5 Chris Scelfo 8-5-0 4-4 Chris Scelfo 3-9-0 1-6 Chris Scelfo 6-5-0 3-4 Chris Scelfo 3-8-0 1-5 Chris Scelfo 1-0-0 Tommy Bowden 11-0-0 6-0 Tommy Bowden 7-4-0 5-1 Buddy Teevens 2-9-0 1-4 Buddy Teevens 2-9-0 Buddy Teevens 1-10-0 Buddy Teevens 4-8-0 Buddy Teevens 2-9-0 Greg Davis 1-10-0 Greg Davis 4-7-0 Greg Davis 4-8-0 Greg Davis 5-6-0 Mack Brown 6-6-0 Mack Brown 4-7-0 Mack Brown 1-10-0 Wally English 3-8-0 Wally English 2-9-0 Vince Gibson 4-7-0 Vince Gibson 6-5-0 Vince Gibson 7-5-0 Larry Smith 9-3-0 Larry Smith 4-7-0 Larry Smith 3-8-0 Larry Smith 2-9-0 Bennie Ellender 4-7-0 Bennie Ellender 5-6-0 Bennie Ellender 9-3-0 Bennie Ellender 6-5-0 Bennie Ellender 3-8-0 Jim Pittman 8-4-0 Jim Pittman 3-7-0 Jim Pittman 2-8-0 Jim Pittman 3-7-0 Jim Pittman 5-4-1 Tommy OBoyle 2-8-0 Tommy OBoyle 3-7-0 Tommy OBoyle 1-8-1 Tommy OBoyle 0-10-0 Andy Pilney 2-8-0 Andy Pilney 3-6-1 Andy Pilney 3-6-1 Andy Pilney 3-7-0 Andy Pilney 2-8-0 Andy Pilney 6-4-0 Andy Pilney 5-4-1 Andy Pilney 1-6-3 Raymond Wolf 1-8-1 Raymond Wolf 5-5-0 Henry E. Frnka 4-6-0 Henry E. Frnka 6-2-1 Henry E. Frnka 7-2-1 Henry E. Frnka 9-1-0 Henry E. Frnka 2-5-2 Henry E. Frnka 3-7-0 Claude Simons, Jr. 2-6-1 Claude Simons, Jr. 4-3-0 Claude Simons, Jr. 3-3-0 Claude Simons, Jr. 4-5-0 Lowell Dawson 5-4-0 Lowell Dawson 5-5-0 Lowell Dawson 8-1-1 Lowell Dawson 7-2-1 Lowell Dawson 5-4-1 Lowell Dawson 6-3-1 Ted Cox 6-4-0 Ted Cox 10-1-0 Ted Cox 6-3-1 Ted Cox 6-2-1 Bernie Bierman 11-1-0 Bernie Bierman 8-1-0 Bernie Bierman 9-0-0 Bernie Bierman 6-3-1 Bernie Bierman 2-5-1 Clark Shaughnessy 3-5-1 BOWL

Hawaii

Liberty

All-American Independence

Tangerine Independence

Independence

TEAM RESULTS

Hall of Fame Liberty

Bluebonnet Sugar Cotton

Bluebonnet Liberty

Cotton

Cotton Orange

Tangerine Tangerine

Sun Sun

Cotton

Sugar

Sugar Rose

1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1896 1895 1894 1893

Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Myron Fuller Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy Clark Shaughnessy E.R. Sweetland A.C. Homan A.A. Mason A.A. Mason A.A. Mason Buster Brown Joe Curtis Joe Curtis John Russ J. Tobin/H. Ludlow T. Berry/J. Janvier Charles Eshleman Virginius Dabney H.T. Summersgill H.T. Summersgill H.H. Collier John Lombard Harry Baum T.L. Bayne Fred Sweet T.L. Bayne

9-0-1 8-1-0 6-3-1 4-4-0 4-6-0 6-2-1 6-2-1 4-1-1 5-3-0 4-3-1 4-4-0 3-3-1 3-5-0 5-3-0 5-3-1 0-7-0 4-3-2 7-1-0 3-2-0 0-4-1 0-1-0 5-2-0 2-2-1 1-4-2 5-1-0 5-0-0 0-6-1 1-1-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 0-4-0 1-2-0

TULSA
YEAR 2012 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 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 COACH Bill Blankenship Bill Blankenship Todd Graham Todd Graham Todd Graham Todd Graham Steve Kragthorpe Steve Kragthorpe Steve Kragthorpe Steve Kragthorpe Keith Burns Keith Burns Keith Burns Rader/Henderson David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader David Rader George Henshaw Don Morton Don Morton John Cooper John Cooper John Cooper John Cooper John Cooper John Cooper John Cooper John Cooper F.A. Dry F.A. Dry F.A. Dry F.A. Dry Gibson/Dry Claude Gibson Claude Gibson Vince Carillot Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs Bobby Dobbs Bobby Dobbs Bobby Dobbs Bobby Dobbs Bobby Dobbs Bobby Dobbs Bernie Witucki Bernie Witucki J.O. Brothers OVERALL C-USA 11-3-0 7-1 8-5-0 7-1 10-3-0 6-2 5-7-0 3-5 11-3-0 7-1 10-4-0 6-2 8-5-0 5-3 9-4-0 6-2 4-8-0 8-5-0 1-11 1-10 5-7 1-6/1-3 4-7-0 2-9-0 4-7-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 4-6-1 4-7-0 10-2-0 3-8-0 6-6-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 8-3-0 10-1-0 7-4-0 8-3-0 6-5-0 9-2-0 3-8-0 7-4-1 7-4-0 8-3-0 6-5-0 1-5/3-2 4-7-0 6-4-0 1-9-0 3-7-0 7-3-0 6-4-0 8-3-0 9-2-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 2-8-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 7-3-0 4-6-0 7-2-1 2-7-1 0-11-0 3-7-0 8-2-1 BOWL Liberty Armed Forces Sheraton Hawaii GMAC GMAC Armed Forces Liberty Humanitarian

Freedom Independence

1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1896 1895

J.O. Brothers J.O. Brothers J.O. Brothers J.O. Brothers J.O. Brothers J.O. Brothers Henry Frnka Henry Frnka Henry Frnka Henry Frnka Henry Frnka Chet Beneel Chet Beneel Vic Hurt Vic Hurt Vic Hurt Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Elmer Henderson Howard Acher Howard Acher Howard Acher Francis Schmidt Francis Schmidt Francis Schmidt Arthur Smith Hal Medford Sam McBirney Sam McBirney Sam McBirney George Evans Harvey Allen No team Unknown Unknown Sam McBirney No team No team Unknown No team No team Unknown Unknown Unknown Fred Taylor Fred Taylor Norman Leard Norman Leard Norman Leard

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

147

UAB
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995** 1994** 1993** 1992* 1991* * ** COACH Garrick McGee Neil Callaway Neil Callaway Neil Callaway Neil Callaway Neil Callaway Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Watson Brown Jim Hilyer Jim Hilyer Jim Hilyer Jim Hilyer Division III Division I-AA OVERALL C-USA BOWL 3-9-0 2-6 3-9-0 3-5 4-8-0 3-5 5-7-0 4-4 4-8-0 3-5 2-10-0 1-7 3-9-0 2-6 5-6-0 3-5 7-5-0 5-3 Hawaii 5-7-0 4-4 5-7-0 4-4 6-5-0 5-2 7-4-0 3-4 5-6-0 4-2 4-7-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 7-4-0 9-2-0 7-3-0 4-3-2

Independence

Bluebonnet Bluebonnet

UTEP
YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 COACH Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price OVERALL C-USA 3-9-0 2-6 5-7-0 2-6 6-7-0 3-5 4-8-0 3-5 5-7-0 4-4 4-8-0 2-6 5-7-0 3-5 8-4-0 5-3 8-4-0 BOWL New Mexico

UTSA
YEAR COACH 2012 Larry Coker 2011 Larry Coker OVERALL C-USA BOWL 8-4 4-6

Gator

GMAC Houston

TEAM RESULTS

9-2-0 9-1-1 5-5-1 0-9-1 5-5-0 9-1-0 8-3-0 8-2-0 6-1-1 10-1-0 8-2-0 7-3-0 4-5-1 4-5-1 6-2-2 5-2-2 3-6-1 5-2-1 6-1-0 7-1-1 8-3-0 7-2-0 6-3-1 7-2-1 8-1-0 7-2-0 6-2-0 1-6-1 2-5-1 9-0-0 6-3-0 10-0-1 8-0-1 1-2-0 0-8-1 10-0-0 6-1-1 7-2-0 5-2-0 1-3-0

Oil Orange Sugar Sugar Sun

2003 Gary Nord 2-11-0 2002 Gary Nord 2-10-0 2001 Gary Nord 2-9-0 2000 Gary Nord 8-4-0 Humanitarian 1999 Charlie Bailey 5-7-0 1998 Charlie Bailey 3-8-0 1997 Charlie Bailey 4-7-0 1996 Charlie Bailey 2-9-0 1995 Charlie Bailey 2-10-0 1994 Charlie Bailey 3-7-1 1993 Lee/Bailey 1-11-0 1992 David Lee 1-10-0 1991 David Lee 4-7-1 1990 David Lee 3-8-0 1989 David Lee 2-10-0 1988 Bob Stull 10-3-0 Independence 1987 Bob Stull 7-4-0 1986 Bob Stull 4-8-0 1985 Bill Yung 1-10-0 1984 Bill Yung 2-9-0 1983 Bill Yung 2-10-0 1982 Bill Yung 2-10-0 1981 Michael/Alton 1-10-0 1980 Bill Michael 1-11-0 1979 Bill Michael 2-9-0 1978 Bill Michael 1-11-0 1977 Bill Michael 1-10-0 1976 Gil Bartosh 1-10-0 1975 Gil Bartosh 1-10-0 1974 Gil Bartosh 4-7-0 1973 Tommy Hudspeth 0-11-0 1972 Bobby Dobbs 2-8-0 1971 Bobby Dobbs 5-6-0 1970 Bobby Dobbs 6-4-0 1969 Bobby Dobbs 4-6-0 1968 Bobby Dobbs 4-5-1 1967 Bobby Dobbs 7-2-1 Sun 1966 Bobby Dobbs 6-4-0 1965 Bobby Dobbs 8-3-0 Sun 1964 Warren Harper 0-8-2 1963 Warren Harper 3-7-0 1962 Bum Phillips 4-5-0 1961 Ben Collins 3-7-0 1960 Ben Collins 4-5-1 1959 Ben Collins 3-7-0 1958 Ben Collins 2-7-0 1957 Ben Collins 6-3-0 1956 Mike Brumbelow 9-2-0 Sun 1955 Mike Brumbelow 6-2-2 1954 Mike Brumbelow 8-3-0 Sun 1953 Mike Brumbelow 8-2-0 Sun 1952 Mike Brumbelow 5-5-1 1951 Mike Brumbelow 3-7-0 1950 Mike Brumbelow 7-3-0 1949 Jack Curtice 8-2-1 Sun 1948 Jack Curtice 8-2-1 Sun 1947 Jack Curtice 5-3-1 1946 Jack Curtice 3-6-0 1945 No football because of World War II 1944 No football because of World War II 1943 No football because of World War II 1942 Walter Milner 5-4-0 1941 Mack Saxon 4-5-1 1940 Mack Saxon 4-4-1 1939 Mack Saxon 5-4-0 1938 Mack Saxon 6-3-0 1937 Mack Saxon 7-1-2 Sun 1936 Mack Saxon 5-3-1 1935 Mack Saxon 1-8-0 1934 Mack Saxon 4-4-0 1933 Mack Saxon 3-5-1 1932 Mack Saxon 7-3-0 1931 Mack Saxon 7-1-0 1930 Mack Saxon 7-1-1 1929 Mack Saxon 6-1-2 1928 E.J. Stewart 3-4-1 1927 E.J. Stewart 2-2-2 1926 George B. Powell 3-4-0 1925 George B. Powell 5-1-1 1924 George B. Powell 3-2-1 1923 Jack C. Vowell 3-4-0 1922 Jack C. Vowell 5-4-0 1921 Thomas C. Holiday 1-4-0 1920 H.E. Van Surdam 2-4-0 1919 Tommy Dwyer 2-4-0 1918 No football because of World War I 1917 Tommy Dwyer 0-0-1 1916 Tommy Dwyer 2-3-0 1915 Tommy Dwyer 3-2-0 1914 Tommy Dwyer 2-3-0

ALL-TIME TEAM VS. TEAM


EAST CAROLINA vs. FIU
(have never met)

EAST CAROLINA vs. FLORIDA ATLANTIC


(have never met)

EAST CAROLINA vs. LOUISIANA TECH


(East Carolina leads 3-2-1) 1993 at East Carolina 31 Louisiana Tech 28 1990 at East Carolina 27 Louisiana Tech 17 1989 at East Carolina 29 Louisiana Tech 29 1978 East Carolina 35 Louisiana Tech 13 (Independence Bowl) 1969 Louisiana Tech 24 at East Carolina 6 1968 at Louisiana Tech 35 East Carolina 7

EAST CAROLINA vs. MARSHALL

TEAM RESULTS

(East Carolina leads 10-4) 2012 at East Carolina 65 Marshall 59 (2ot) 2011 at Marshall 34 East Carolina 27 2010 at East Carolina 41, Marshall 14 2009 East Carolina 21 at Marshall 17 2008 at East Carolina 19 Marshall 16 (ot) 2007 at Marshall 26 East Carolina 7 2006 at East Carolina 33 Marshall 20 2005 East Carolina 34 at Marshall 29 2001 Marshall 64 East Carolina 61 (2ot) 1978 at East Carolina 45 Marshall 0 1970 at East Carolina 17 Marshall 14 1969 at Marshall 38 East Carolina 7 1968 at East Carolina 49 Marshal 20 1967 East Carolina 29 at Marshall 13

1997 Southern Miss 23 at East Carolina 13 1996 Southern Miss 28 at East Carolina 7 1995 East Carolina 36 at Southern Miss 34 1994 at East Carolina 31 Southern Miss 10 1993 at Southern Miss 24 East Carolina 16 1992 Southern Miss 38 at East Carolina 21 1991 East Carolina 48 at Southern Miss 20 1990 Southern Miss 16 at East Carolina 7 1989 at Southern Miss 41 East Carolina 27 1988 Southern Miss 45 at East Carolina 42 1987 at Southern Miss 38 East Carolina 34 1986 Southern Miss 23 at East Carolina 21 1985 at Southern Miss 27 East Carolina 0 1984 Southern Miss 31 at East Carolina 27 1983 East Carolina 10 at Southern Miss 6 1980 Southern Miss 35 at East Carolina 7 1978 at Southern Miss 17 East Carolina 16 1976 at East Carolina 48 Southern Miss 0 1973 East Carolina 13 at Southern Miss 0 1969 Southern Miss 14 at East Carolina 7 1968 at Southern Miss 65 East Carolina 0 1966 Southern Miss 35 at East Carolina 14 1951 at Southern Miss 40 East Carolina 0

EAST CAROLINA vs. UTEP

(East Carolina leads 3-1) 2012 at East Carolina 28 UTEP 18 2011 at UTEP 22 East Carolina 17 2008 at East Carolina 53 UTEP 21 2007 East Carolina 45 at UTEP 42 (ot)

EAST CAROLINA vs. UTSA


(have never met)

FIU vs. FLORIDA ATLANTIC

EAST CAROLINA vs. TULANE


(East Carolina leads 10-2) 2012 East Carolina 28 at Tulane 23 2011 at East Carolina 34 Tulane 13 2008 East Carolina 28 at Tulane 24 2007 at East Carolina 35 Tulane 12 2004 at East Carolina 27 Tulane 25 2003 at Tulane 28 East Carolina 18 2002 at East Carolina 24 Tulane 20 2001 East Carolina 51 at Tulane 24 2000 at East Carolina 37 Tulane 17 1999 at East Carolina 52 Tulane 7 1997 at Tulane 33 East Carolina 16 1990 at East Carolina 38 Tulane 28

(Florida Atlantic leads 8-2) 2012 FIU 34, at Florida Atlantic 24 2011 at FIU 41, Florida Atlantic 7 2010 at Florida Atlantic 21, FIU 9 2009 Florida Atlantic 28, at FIU 21 2008 at Florida Atlantic 57, FIU 50 (OT) 2007 Florida Atlantic 55, at FIU 23 2006 at Florida Atlantic 31, FIU 0 2005# at FIU 52, Florida Atlantic 6 2004 at Florida Atlantic 17, FIU 10 2003 Florida Atlantic 32, at FIU 23 2002 at Florida Atlantic 31, FIU 21 # Win vacated

FIU vs. LOUISIANA TECH


(have never met)

FIU vs. MARSHALL

(Marshall leads 1-0) 2011 vs. Marshall 20, FIU 10 (Beef O Bradys Bowl)

148

EAST CAROLINA vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE


(have never met)

FIU vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE

EAST CAROLINA vs. NORTH TEXAS


(East Carolina leads 1-0) 1979 at East Carolina 49 North Texas 16

EAST CAROLINA vs. TULSA


(Tulsa leads 6-4) 2010 at East Carolina 51 Tulsa 49 2009 East Carolina 44 at Tulsa 17 2008 East Carolina 27 at Tulsa 24 (C-USA Championship Game) 2006 Tulsa 31 at East Carolina 10 2005 at Tulsa 45 East Carolina 13 1995 at East Carolina 28 Tulsa 7 1994 East Carolina 28 at Tulsa 21 1993 Tulsa 52 at East Carolina 26 1985 Tulsa 21 at East Carolina 20 1984 at Tulsa 31 East Carolina 20

EAST CAROLINA vs. RICE

(Series tied 2-2) 2010 at Rice 62 East Carolina 38 2009 at East Carolina 49 Rice 13 2006 at Rice 18, East Carolina 17 2005 at East Carolina 41 Rice 28

(Middle Tennessee leads 5-2) 2012 Middle Tennessee 34, at FIU 30 2011 FIU 31, at Middle Tennessee 18 2010 Middle Tennessee 28, at FIU 27 2009 at Middle Tennessee 48, FIU 21 2008 at FIU 31, Middle Tennessee 21 2007 at Middle Tennessee 47, at FIU 6 2006 at Middle Tennessee 7, FIU 6 2005# at FIU 35, Middle Tennessee 31 #win later vacated

FIU vs. NORTH TEXAS

EAST CAROLINA vs. SOUTHERN MISS


(Southern Miss leads series 27-11) 2012 East Carolina 24 at Southern Miss 14 2011 Southern Miss 48 at East Carolina 28 2010 East Carolina 44 at Southern Miss 43 2009 at East Carolina 25 Southern Miss 20 2008 at Southern Miss 21 East Carolina 3 2007 Southern Miss 28, at East Carolina 21 2006 East Carolina 20 at Southern Miss 17 (ot) 2005 Southern Miss 33 at East Carolina 7 2004 at Southern Miss 51 East Carolina 10 2003 Southern Miss 38 at East Carolina 21 2002 at Southern Miss 24 East Carolina 7 2001 Southern Miss 28 at East Carolina 21 2000 East Carolina 14 at Southern Miss 9 1999 Southern Miss 39 at East Carolina 22 1998 at Southern Miss 41 East Carolina 7

EAST CAROLINA vs. UAB

(East Carolina leads 8-4) 2012 East Carolina 45 at UAB 38 2011 at East Carolina 28 UAB 23 2010 East Carolina 54 at UAB 42 2009 at East Carolina 37 UAB 21 2008 East Carolina 17 at UAB 13 2007 at East Carolina 41 UAB 6 2006 at UAB 17, East Carolina 12 2005 at East Carolina 31 UAB 23 2002 at UAB 36 East Carolina 29 2000 UAB 16 at East Carolina 13 1999 at UAB 36 East Carolina 17 1998 at East Carolina 26 UAB 7

(FIU leads 5-2) 2011 at FIU 42 North Texas 15 2010 FIU 34 at North Texas 10 2009 at FIU 35 North Texas 28 2008 FIU 42 at North Texas 10 2007 at FIU 38 North Texas 19 2006 at North Texas 25 FIU 22 (7OT) 2005 North Texas 13 at FIU 10

FIU vs. RICE

(have never met)

FIU vs. SOUTHERN MISS


(have never met)

FIU vs. TULANE


(have never met)

FIU vs. TULSA


(have never met)

FIU vs. UAB

(have never met)

LOUISIANA TECH vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE


(Louisiana Tech leads 3-1) 2000 at Middle Tennessee 49 Louisiana Tech 21 1999 at Louisiana Tech 42 Middle Tennessee 18 1996 at Louisiana Tech 20 Middle Tennessee 0 1984 Louisiana Tech 21 at Middle Tennessee 13

FIU vs. UTEP

(have never met)

FIU vs. UTSA

(have never met)

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. LOUISIANA TECH


(have never met)

1952 at Southern Miss 52, Louisiana Tech 0 1951 Southern Miss 33, at Louisiana Tech 6 1950 at Southern Miss 41, Louisiana Tech 20 1949 at Louisiana Tech 34, Southern Miss 13 1948 at Southern Miss 20, Louisiana Tech 6 1947 Southern Miss 7, at Louisiana Tech 6 1946 at Southern Miss 7, Louisiana Tech 6 1941 Southern Miss 19, at Louisiana Tech 7 1937 at Louisiana Tech 7, Southern Miss 0 1936 Southern Miss 12, at Louisiana Tech 7 1935 at Louisiana Tech 27, Southern Miss 0

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. MARSHALL


(have never met)

LOUISIANA TECH VS. NORTH TEXAS


(Louisiana Tech leads 6-5) 2006 Louisiana Tech 34, at North Texas 31 2005 at Louisiana Tech 40, North Texas 14 1987 at North Texas 10, Louisiana Tech 5 1986 at Louisiana Tech 17, North Texas 10 1985 Louisiana Tech 33, at North Texas 8 1984 at Louisiana Tech 17, North Texas 12 1983 Louisiana Tech 25, at North Texas 18 1979 North Texas 19, at Louisiana Tech 17 1978 North Texas 16, at Louisiana Tech 14 1977 North Texas 41, at Louisiana Tech 14 1976 North Texas 14, at Louisiana Tech 8

LOUISIANA TECH VS. TULANE


(Tulane leads 8-0) 1998 at Tulane 63, Louisiana Tech 30 1936 at Tulane 22, Louisiana Tech 13 1926 at Tulane 40, Louisiana Tech 0 1925 at Tulane 37, Louisiana Tech 0 1924 at Tulane 42, Louisiana Tech 12 1923 at Tulane 13, Louisiana Tech 7 1911 Tulane 45, at Louisiana Tech 0 1904 at Tulane 11, Louisiana Tech 0

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. NORTH TEXAS


(Florida Atlantic leads 6-3) 2012 North Texas 20 at Florida Atlantic 14 2011 at North Texas 31 Florida Atlantic 17 2010 North Texas 21 at Florida Atlantic 17 2009 Florida Atlantic 44 at North Texas 40 2008 at Florida Atlantic 46 North Texas 13 2007 Florida Atlantic 30 at North Texas 20 2006 at Florida Atlantic 17 North Texas 16 2005 at Florida Atlantic 26 North Texas 23 2004 Florida Atlantic 20 North Texas 13

LOUISIANA TECH vs. SOUTHERN MISS


(Southern Miss leads 31-13) 2011 at Southern Miss 19, Louisiana Tech 17 2010 Southern Miss 13, at Louisiana Tech 12 1992 at Southern Miss 16, Louisiana Tech 13 1991 at Louisiana Tech 30, Southern Miss 14 1988 Southern Miss 26, at Louisiana Tech 19 1985 at Southern Miss 28, Louisiana Tech 0 1984 at Southern Miss 34, Louisiana Tech 0 1983 at Southern Miss 28, Louisiana Tech 10 1982 Louisiana Tech 13, at Southern Miss 6 1980 at Southern Miss 38, Louisiana Tech 11 1977 Louisiana Tech 28, at Southern Miss 10 1976 at Louisiana Tech 23, Southern Miss 22 1975 Southern Miss 24, at Louisiana Tech 14 1972 Louisiana Tech 33, at Southern Miss 14 1971 Southern Miss 24, at Louisiana Tech 20 1970 Louisiana Tech 27, at Southern Miss 6 1969 Southern Miss 24, at Louisiana Tech 23 1968 Louisiana Tech 27, at Southern Miss 20 1967 Southern Miss 58, at Louisiana Tech 7 1966 at Southern Miss 14, Louisiana Tech 0 1965 Southern Miss 31, at Louisiana Tech 7 1964 at Southern Miss 14, Louisiana Tech 7 1963 at Louisiana Tech 10, Southern Miss 0 1962 at Southern Miss 29, Louisiana Tech 18 1961 Southern Miss 7, at Louisiana Tech 0 1960 Louisiana Tech 10, at Southern Miss 7 1959 at Louisiana Tech 16, Southern Miss 0 1958 at Southern Miss 14, Louisiana Tech 0 1957 at Southern Miss 7, Louisiana Tech 0 1956 at Southern Miss 14, Louisiana Tech 0 1955 Southern Miss 7, at Louisiana Tech 6 1954 at Southern Miss 28, Louisiana Tech 0 1953 Southern Miss 30, at Louisiana Tech 0

LOUISIANA TECH vs. UAB

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. RICE


(have never met)

(Louisiana Tech leads 1-0) 1999 Louisiana Tech 41 at UAB 20 1998 at Louisiana Tech 54 UAB 23 1997 Louisiana Tech 32 at UAB 29 1996 at Louisiana Tech 35 UAB 31

149

LOUISIANA TECH vs. UTEP

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. SOUTHERN MISS


(have never met)

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. TULANE


(have never met)

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. TULSA


(have never met)

(Louisiana Tech leads 6-2-1) 2004 UTEP 44, at Louisiana Tech 27 2003 Louisiana Tech 38, at UTEP 35 2002 at Louisiana Tech 38, UTEP 24 2001 at Louisiana Tech 53, UTEP 30 1991 at Louisiana Tech 21, UTEP 17 1942 at Louisiana Tech 20, UTEP 0 1941 Louisiana Tech 0, at UTEP 0 (Tie) 1940 at Louisiana Tech 19, UTEP 7 1939 at UTEP 27, Louisiana Tech 0

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. UAB


(FAU leads 3-1) 2008 at Florida Atlantic 49 UAB 34 2009 at UAB 56 Florida Atlantic 29 2010 Florida Atlantic 37 at UAB 31 2011 at Florida Atlantic 38 UAB 31

LOUISIANA TECH vs. UTSA

(Louisiana Tech leads 1-0) 2012 at Louisiana Tech 51, UTSA 27

MARSHALL vs. NORTH TEXAS


(Marshall leads 1-0) 1988 at Marshall 7 North Texas 0 (I-AA Playo Game)

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. UTEP


(have never met)

FLORIDA ATLANTIC vs. UTSA


(have never met)

MARSHALL vs. RICE

LOUISIANA TECH vs. MARSHALL


(Louisiana Tech leads 1-0) 1942 at Louisiana Tech 42 Marshall 0

(Marshall leads 3-1) 2012 Marshall 54 at Rice 51 (2ot) 2011 at Marshall 24 Rice 20 2008 at Rice 35 Marshall 10 2007 at Marshall 34 Rice 21

TEAM RESULTS

(Middle Tennessee leads 7-3-0) 2012 at Middle Tennessee 31 at FAU 17 2011 Middle Tennessee 38 at FAU 14 2010 at Middle Tennessee 38 FAU 14 2009 Middle Tennessee 27 at FAU 20 2008 at Middle Tennessee 14 FAU 13 2007 at FAU 27 Middle Tennessee 14 2006 at Middle Tennessee 35 FAU 14 2005 Middle Tennessee 35 at FAU 14 2004 FAU 27 at Middle Tennessee 20 2003 FAU 20 at Middle Tennessee 19

LOUISIANA TECH vs. TULSA


(Louisiana Tech leads 7-2) 2004 at Louisiana Tech 38, Tulsa 21 2003 at Tulsa 48, Louisiana Tech 18 2002 at Louisiana Tech 53, Tulsa 9 2001 Louisiana Tech 19, at Tulsa 7 2000 at Tulsa 22, Louisiana Tech 10 1995 at Louisiana Tech 27, Tulsa 23 1990 Louisiana Tech 35, at Tulsa 21 1989 at Louisiana Tech 34, Tulsa 31 1986 Louisiana Tech 22, at Tulsa 17

LOUISIANA TECH vs. RICE

(Series Tied 3-3) 2012 at Louisiana Tech 56, Rice 37 2004 Louisiana Tech 51, at Rice 14 2003 Rice 49, at Louisiana Tech 14 2002 at Rice 37, Louisiana Tech 20 2001 at Louisiana Tech 48, Rice 42 1965 at Rice 14, Louisiana Tech 0

MARSHALL vs. SOUTHERN MISS

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. TULANE


(have never met)

NORTH TEXAS vs. UTEP

(Southern Miss leads 5-3) 2012 Marshall 59 at Southern Miss 24 2011 at Marshall 26 Southern Miss 20 2010 at Southern Miss 41 Marshall 16 2009 Southern Miss 27 at Marshall 20 2008 Marshall 34 at Southern Miss 27 2007 Southern Miss 33 at Marshall 24 2006 at Southern Miss 42 Marshall 7 2005 Southern Miss 27 at Marshall 24 (ot)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. TULSA


(Tulsa leads 1-0) 1993 at Tulsa 38 Middle Tennessee 17

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. UAB

MARSHALL vs. TULANE

(UAB leads 2-1) 2000 at UAB 14 Middle Tennessee 9 1998 at UAB 26 Middle Tennessee 17 1995 at Middle Tennessee 28 UAB 13

(Marshall leads 4-0) 2010 at Marshall 38 Tulane 23 2009 Marshall 31 at Tulane 10 2006 at Marshall 42 Tulane 21 2005 Marshall 27 vs. Tulane 26

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. UTEP


(have never met)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. UTSA


(have never met)

MARSHALL vs. TULSA

(Tulsa leads 4-0) 2012 Tulsa 45 at Marshall 38 2011 at Tulsa 59 Marshall 17 2008 Tulsa 38 at Marshall 35 2007 at Tulsa 38 at Marshall 31

NORTH TEXAS vs. RICE

(Rice leads 2-1) 2010 Rice 32 at North Texas 31 2008 at Rice 77 North Texas 21 1988 North Texas 33 at Rice 17

(North Texas leads 13-5-3) 1980 North Texas 35 at UTEP 13 1979 at North Texas 35 UTEP 0 1978 at North Texas 49 UTEP 0 1977 North Texas 41 at UTEP 10 1968 North Texas 34 at UTEP 31 1966 at North Texas 12 UTEP 9 1965 at UTEP 61 North Texas 15 1964 at North Texas 0 UTEP 0 1963 at UTEP 34 North Texas 7 1962 at North Texas 19 UTEP 6 1961 North Texas 24 at UTEP 14 1960 at North Texas 16 UTEP 16 1959 North Texas 31 at UTEP 7 1958 at North Texas 26 UTEP 8 1957 at UTEP 14 North Texas 13 1956 at North Texas 13 UTEP 6 1955 at UTEP 7 North Texas 7 1954 UTEP 6 at North Texas 0 1953 at North Texas 27 UTEP 14 1952 North Texas 33 UTEP 0

NORTH TEXAS vs. UTSA


(have never met)

MARSHALL vs. UAB

NORTH TEXAS vs. SOUTHERN MISS


(Southern Miss leads 4-3) 2004 Southern Miss 31 North Texas 10 (New Orleans Bowl) 1981 Southern Miss 22 at North Texas 0 1979 at Southern Miss 30 North Texas 10 1978 at North Texas 25 Southern Miss 12 1977 North Texas 27 at Southern Miss 14 1955 at Southern Miss 26 North Texas 0 1954 at North Texas 15 Southern Miss 7

TEAM RESULTS

(Marshall leads 6-2) 2012 at UAB 38 Marshall 31 2011 at Marshall 59 UAB 14 2010 Marshall 31 UAB 17 2009 at Marshall 27 UAB 7 2008 at UAB 23 Marshall 21 2007 at Marshall 46 UAB 39 2006 Marshall 31 at UAB 24 2005 at Marshall 20 UAB 19

RICE vs. SOUTHERN MISS

(Rice leads 3-1) 2012 at Rice 44 Southern Miss 17 2011 at Southern Miss 48 Rice 24 2008 at Rice 45 Southern Miss 40 2007 Rice 31 at Southern Miss 29

RICE vs. TULANE

MARSHALL vs. UTEP

NORTH TEXAS vs. TULANE


(have never met)

150

(Series tied 2-2) 2010 at Marshall 16 UTEP 12 2009 at UTEP 52 Marshall 21 2006 at Marshall 49 UTEP 21 2005 at UTEP 31 Marshall 3

NORTH TEXAS vs. TULSA


(Tulsa leads 18-6) 2011 at Tulsa 41 North Texas 24 2008 Tulsa 56 at North Texas 26 2006 at Tulsa 28 North Texas 3 2005 Tulsa 54 at North Texas 2 1982 Tulsa 38 at North Texas 20 1980 at Tulsa 38 North Texas 27 1974 at Tulsa 31 North Texas 6 1973 Tulsa 24 at North Texas 15 1972 at Tulsa 45 North Texas 22 1970 at Tulsa 26 North Texas 20 1969 at North Texas 42 Tulsa 16 1968 North Texas 20 at Tulsa 17 1967 at North Texas 54 Tulsa 12 1966 at Tulsa 30 North Texas 27 1965 Tulsa 27 at North Texas 20 1964 at Tulsa 47 North Texas 0 1963 Tulsa 22 at North Texas 21 1962 at Tulsa 34 North Texas 0 1961 at North Texas 23 Tulsa 12 1960 at Tulsa 12 North Texas 8 1959 at Tulsa 17 North Texas 6 1958 at North Texas 8 Tulsa 7 1957 North Texas 14 at Tulsa 12

MARSHALL vs. UTSA


(have never met)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. NORTH TEXAS


(North Texas leads 7-5) 2012 at Middle Tennessee 38 North Texas 21 2011 at North Texas 59 Middle Tennessee 7 2010 North Texas 23 at Middle Tennessee 17 2009 Middle Tennessee 37 at North Texas 21 2008 at Middle Tennessee 52 North Texas 13 2007 Middle Tennessee 48 at North Texas 28 2006 Middle Tennessee 35 at North Texas 0 2005 North Texas 14 at Middle Tennessee 7 2004 at North Texas 30 Middle Tennessee 21 2003 North Texas 33 at Middle Tennessee 28 2002 North Texas 30 at Middle Tennessee 20 2001 at North Texas 24 Middle Tennessee 21

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. RICE


(have never met)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs. SOUTHERN MISS

NORTH TEXAS vs. UAB

(Middle Tennessee leads 1-0) 2009 MT 42 Southern Miss 32 (R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl)

(UAB leads series 1-0) 1995 UAB 19 at North Texas 14

(Rice leads 19-15-1) 2012 Rice 49 at Tulane 47 2011 at Rice 19 Tulane 7 2010 at Tulane 54 Rice 49 2009 at Rice 28 Tulane 20 2008 Rice 42 at Tulane 17 2007 Tulane 45 at Rice 31 2006 at Tulane 38 Rice 24 2005 at Rice 42 Tulane 34 1997 Rice 30 at Tulane 24 1996 Rice 21 at Tulane 14 1995 Tulane 17 at Rice 15 1994 Tulane 15 at Rice 13 1993 at Rice 34 Tulane 0 1991 Rice 28 at Tulane 19 1990 Tulane 21 at Rice 10 1989 at Tulane 20 Rice 19 1982 at Tulane 30 Rice 6 1981 at Rice 20 Tulane 16 1980 at Tulane 35 Rice 14 1979 at Rice 21 Tulane 17 1971 at Rice 14 Tulane 11 1960 at Rice 10 Tulane 7 1947 at Rice 3 Tulane 0 1946 Rice 25 at Tulane 6 1945 at Rice 13 Tulane 7 1944 at Tulane 21 Rice 0 1943 Tulane 33 at Rice 0 1942 at Tulane 18 Rice 7 1941 at Rice 10 Tulane 9 1940 at Tulane 15 Rice 6 1938 at Tulane 26 Rice 17 1921 Tulane 7 at Rice 6 1920 at Tulane 0 Rice 0 (tie) 1917 Rice 16 at Tulane 0 1916 at Rice 23 Tulane 13

RICE vs. TULSA

(Tulsa leads 10-7-1) 2012 at Tulsa 28 Rice 24 2011 Tulsa 38 at Rice 20 2010 at Tulsa 64 Rice 27 2009 Tulsa 27 at Rice 10 2008 at Tulsa 63 Rice 28 2007 Tulsa 48 at Rice 43 2006 Rice 44 at Tulsa 38 (2ot) 2005 Tulsa 41 at Rice 21 2004 at Tulsa 39 Rice 22 2003 Tulsa 31 at Rice 28 2002 Rice 33 at Tulsa 18 2001 at Rice 59 Tulsa 32 2001 Tulsa 23 at Rice 16 1999 Rice 20 at Tulsa 10 1998 at Rice 14 Tulsa 10 1997 Rice 42 at Tulsa 24 1996 at Rice 42 Tulsa 14 1937 at Rice 0, Tulsa 0 (tie)

1991 at Southern Miss 47 Tulane 14 1990 Southern Miss 26 at Tulane 14 1989 at Southern Miss 30 Tulane 21 1988 Southern Miss 38 at Tulane 13 1987 at Southern Miss 31 Tulane 24 1986 at Tulane 35 Southern Miss 20 1985 at Southern Miss 24 Tulane 6 1984 at Tulane 35 Southern Miss 7 1983 Tulane 14 at Southern Miss 7 1982 Southern Miss 22 at Tulane 10 1981 at Southern Miss 21 Tulane 3 1980 Southern Miss 17 at Tulane 14 1979 Tulane 20 at Southern Miss 19

2011 Tulane 49 at UAB 10 2008 UAB 41 at Tulane 24 2007 at UAB 26 Tulane 21 2004 UAB 59 at Tulane 55 2003 Tulane 38 at UAB 24 2002 at Tulane 35 UAB 14 2001 at UAB 34 Tulane 27 1999 UAB 23 at Tulane 20 (ot)

TULANE vs. UTEP

SOUTHERN MISS vs. TULSA

RICE vs. UAB

(Series tied 2-2) 2010 at Rice 28 UAB 23 2009 at UAB 44 Rice 24 2006 at Rice 34 UAB 33 2005 at UAB 45 Rice 26

(Tulsa leads 5-3-1) 2010 at Tulsa 56 Southern Miss 50 2009 at Southern Miss 44 Tulsa 34 2006 at Tulsa 20 Southern Miss 6 2005 Tulsa 34 at Southern Miss 17 1994 at Southern Miss 47 Tulsa 29 1993 at Tulsa 30 Southern Miss 30 (tie) 1992 at Southern Miss 33 Tulsa 24 1991 at Tulsa 13 Southern Miss 10

(UTEP leads 5-3) 2012 at UTEP 24 Tulane 20 2011 UTEP 44 at Tulane 7 2010 Tulane 34 at UTEP 24 2009 at Tulane 45 UTEP 38 (ot) 2008 at UTEP 24 Tulane 21 2007 at Tulane 34 UTEP 19 2006 at UTEP 34 Tulane 20 2005 UTEP 45 vs. Tulane 21

TULANE vs. UTSA


(have never met)

TULSA vs. UAB

SOUTHERN MISS vs. UAB

RICE vs. UTEP

(Rice leads 10-6) 2012 Rice 33 a UTEP 24 2011 at Rice 41 UTEP 37 2010 at UTEP 44 Rice 24 2009 at Rice 30 UTEP 29 2008 Rice 49 at UTEP 44 2007 at Rice 56 UTEP 48 2006 Rice 37 at UTEP 31 2005 UTEP 38 at Rice 31 2004 at UTEP 35 Rice 28 2003 at Rice 45 UTEP 14 2002 at UTEP 38 Rice 35 2001 at Rice 27 UTEP 17 2000 at UTEP 38 Rice 21 1999 UTEP 30 at Rice 29 1997 at Rice 31 UTEP 13 1996 Rice 48 at UTEP 21

(Southern Miss leads 9-4) 2012 UAB 27 at Southern Miss 19 2011 at UAB 34 Southern Miss 31 2010 UAB 50 at Southern Miss 49 (2ot) 2009 at UAB 30 Southern Miss 17 2008 at Southern Miss 70 UAB 14 2007 Southern Miss 37 at UAB 7 2006 at Southern Miss 25 UAB 20 2005 Southern Miss 37 at UAB 28 2004 at Southern Miss 26 UAB 21 2003 Southern Miss 17 at UAB 12 2002 Southern Miss 20 at UAB 13 2001 at Southern Miss 3 UAB 0 2000 Southern Miss 33 UAB 30 (2 ot)

TULSA vs. UTEP

SOUTHERN MISS vs. UTEP

RICE vs. UTSA

(Rice leads 1-0) 2012 at Rice 34 UTSA 14

SOUTHERN MISS vs. TULANE


(Southern Miss leads 23-7) 2010 Southern Miss 46 at Tulane 30 2009 at Southern Miss 43 Tulane 6 2006 Southern Miss 31 at Tulane 3 2005 at Southern Miss 26 Tulane 7 2004 Southern Miss 32 Tulane 14 2003 at Southern Miss 28 Tulane 14 2002 at Tulane 31 Southern Miss 10 2001 at Southern Miss 59 Tulane 6 2000 Southern Miss 56 at Tulane 24 1999 at Southern Miss 48 Tulane 14 1998 at Tulane 21 Southern Miss 7 1997 at Southern Miss 34 Tulane 13 1996 Southern Miss 31 at Tulane 28 1995 at Southern Miss 45 Tulane 0 1994 Southern Miss 25 at Tulane 10 1993 Tulane 17 at Southern Miss 15 1992 Southern Miss 17 at Tulane 7

(Series Tied 3-3) 2012 UTEP 34 at Southern Miss 33 2011 Southern Miss 31 at UTEP 13 2008 UTEP 40 at Southern Miss 37 (2ot) 2007 Southern Miss 56 at UTEP 30 1988 Southern Miss 38 vs. UTEP 18 (Independence Bowl) 1954 UTEP 37 vs. Southern Miss 14 (Sun Bowl)

SOUTHERN MISS vs. UTSA


(have never met)

(Tulsa leads 11-8) 2012 at Tulsa 33 UTEP 11 2011 Tulsa 57 at UTEP 28 2010 at Tulsa 31 UTEP 28 2009 at UTEP 28 Tulsa 24 2008 at Tulsa 77 UTEP 35 2007 at UTEP 48 Tulsa 47 2006 at Tulsa 30 UTEP 20 2005 at UTEP 41 Tulsa 38 2003 Tulsa 56 at UTEP 28 2002 at Tulsa 20 UTEP 0 2001 at UTEP 26 Tulsa 10 2000 UTEP 40 at Tulsa 7 1999 Tulsa 43 at UTEP 19 1997 UTEP 33 at Tulsa 18 1996 Tulsa 38 at UTEP 21 1995 Tulsa 38 at UTEP 28 1994 UTEP 24 at Tulsa 17 1992 at Tulsa 48 UTEP 39 1989 Tulsa 23 at UTEP 14 1988 UTEP 27 at Tulsa 24

TULSA vs. UTSA


(have never met)

TULANE vs. TULSA

(Tulsa leads 8-1) 2012 at Tulsa 45 Tulane 10 2011 Tulsa 31 at Tulane 3 2010 at Tulsa 52 Tulane 24 2009 Tulsa 37 at Tulane 13 2008 at Tulsa 56 Tulane 7 2007 Tulsa 49 at Tulane 25 2006 at Tulsa 31 Tulane 3 2005 Tulsa 38 at Tulane 14 1968 at Tulane 25 Tulsa 15

UAB vs. UTEP

(UAB leads 3-1) 2010 UAB 21 at UTEP 6 2009 UAB 38 at UTEP 33 2006 UTEP 36 at UAB 17 2005 UAB 35 at UTEP 23

UAB vs. UTSA


(have never met)

TULANE vs. UAB

UTEP vs. UTSA


(have never met)

(UAB leads 5-4-0) 2012 at Tulane 55 UAB 45

TEAM RESULTS

(Tulsa leads 4-0) 2012 Tulsa 49 at UAB 42 2011 at Tulsa 37 UAB 20 2008 Tulsa 45 at UAB 22 2007 at Tulsa 38 UAB 20

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PLAYERS IN THE PROS


MARSHALL
Daniel Baldridge Ahmad Bradshaw Omar Brown Chris Crocker Vinny Curry Aaron Dobson Mario Harvey Johnny Jones Byron Leftwich Doug Legursky Albert McClellan Randy Moss Lee Smith C.J. Spillman OT RB S FS DE WR LB NT QB C/G LB WR TE FS Tennessee Titans Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens Free Agent Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts Oakland Raiders Free Agent Bualo Bills Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Bualo Bills San Francisco 49ers

(Veteran players that are on NFL rosters, as of JuNE 25)

EAST CAROLINA
Steven Baker Michael Brooks Terrance Copper Dominique Davis Emanuel Davis Davon Drew Dwayne Harris Chris Johnson Linval Joseph Vonta Leach Lance Lewis Jay Ross Willie Smith Guy Whimper C.J. Wilson OT DT WR QB DB TE WR RB DT FB WR DT OT OT DE Kansas City Chiefs Seattle Seahawks Kansas City Chiefs Atlanta Falcons Cleveland Browns Free Agent Dallas Cowboys Tennessee Titans New York Giants Free Agent Washington Redskins Bualo Bills Oakland Raiders Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers

Matt Forte, Chicago Bears

MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Anthony Amos Benny Cunningham Jamari Lattimore Chris McCoy Phillip Tanner Erik Walden WR Dallas Cowboys RB St. Louis Rams LB Green Bay Packers DE/LB Philadelphia Eagles RB Dallas Cowboys LB Indianapolis Colts

PLAYERS IN THE PROS

NORTH TEXAS
Lance Dunbar Jamize Olawale Craig Robertson RB FB LB Dallas Cowboys Oakland Raiders Cleveland Browns
Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans

FIU
Antwan Barnes Johnathan Cyprien Anthony Gaitor Caylin Hauptmann T.Y. Hilton Junior Mertile Nick Taylor Tourek Williams LB S CB OL WR DB DB DT New York Jets Jacksonville Jaguars Tampa bay Buccaneers Cleveland Browns Indianapolis Colts New York Giants Minnesota Vikings San Diego Chargers

RICE
James Casey Jarett Dillard Vance McDonald Sam McGue Cheta Ozougwu Ryan Pontbriand Andrew Sendejo Scott Solomon Luke Willson TE WR TE WR DE LS S DE TE Philadelphia Eagles Arizona Cardinals San Francisco 49ers Oakland Raiders Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers Minnesota Vikings Tennessee Titans Seattle Seahawks

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC
David Hinds Rob Housler Lestar Jean Alfred Morris Rusty Smith LB TE WR RB QB Miami Dolphins Arizona Cardinals Houston Texans Washington Redskins Tennessee Titans

SOUTHERN MISS
Michael Boley Jeremy Bridges Chris Clark Jamie Collins Austin Davis Demar Dotson Lamar Holmes Danny Hrapmann Tom Johnson Gerald McRath Jason Weaver LB OT OT LB QB OT OT K DT LB OT Free Agent Free Agent Denver Broncos New England Patriots St. Louis Rams Tampa Bay Buccaneers Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers New Orleans Saints Free Agent Tampa Bay Buccaneers

LOUISIANA TECH
Ryan Allen Matt Broha Colby Cameron Taulib Ikharo Oscar Johnson Luke McCown Jordan Mills Quinton Patton Kevin Saia Josh Scobee DAnthony Smith Josh Victorian Myles White Tramon Williams P DT QB WR G QB OT WR G/C K DT DB WR CB New England Patriots New York Giants Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers Tennessee Titans New Orleans Saints Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers

Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins

TULANE
Matt Forte Ryan Grin Troy Kropog Mewelde Moore Dezman Moses RB QB OT/G RB LB Chicago Bears New Orleans Saints Minnesota Vikings Free Agent Green Bay Packers
Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons

TULSA
Chris Chamberlain Charles Clay Tyler Holmes Damaris Johnson G.J. Kinne Lowell Rose Tyrunn Walker LB New Orleans Saints FB/TE Miami Dolphins OL Minnesota Vikings WR Philadelphia Eagles QB Philadelphia Eagles CB San Francisco 49ers DE New Orleans Saints

Matt McCants, OT, UAB Seventh Round Scott Solomon, DE, Rice Richard Crawford, DB, SMU Kelvin Beachum, OG, SMU

New York Giants Tennessee Titans Washington Redskins Pittsburgh Steelers

2011 DRAFTEES
third Round Jah Reid, OT, UCF fifth Round Lee Smith, TE, Marshall Baltimore Ravens New England Patriots

UAB
Marvin Burdette Chris Hubbard Matt McCants Bryan Thomas Joe Webb Roddy White LB G OT LB QB WR Washington Redskins Pittsburgh Steelers New York Giants Free Agent Minnesota Vikings Atlanta Falcons

UTEP
Kris Adams WR Eloy Atkinson C Joe Banyard RB Antwon Blake CB Cornelius Brown DB Oniel Cousins OT DaMon Cromartie-Smith S Quintin Demps FS Jon Dorenbos LS Mike Edwards WR Thomas Howard LB Drew Thomas CB Darren Woodard DB New York Giants Tennessee Titans Minnesota Vikings Jacksonville Jaguars San Diego Chargers Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles Cleveland Browns Free Agent St. Louis Rams St. Louis Rams

sixth Round Charles Clay, FB, Tulsa Miami Dolphins Dwayne Harris, WR, East Carolina Dallas Cowboys Aldrick Robinson, WR, SMU Washington Redskins seventh Round Bruce Miller, DE, UCF San Francisco 49ers Cheta Ozougwu, DE, Rice Houston Texans

Randy Moss, San Francisco 49ers

2010 DRAFTEES
Second Round Torell Troup, DT, UCF Linval Joseph, DT, East Carolina Third Round Emmanuel Sanders, WR, SMU Sixth Round Fendi Onubon, TE, Houston Joe Webb, QB/WR, UAB Seventh Round Matt Dodge, P, East Carolina C.J. Wilson, DE, East Carolina Bualo Bills New York Giants Pittsburgh Steelers St. Louis Rams Minnesota Vikings New York Giants Green Bay Packer
T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts

UTSA
Teddy Williams CB Indianapolis Colts

2009 DRAFTEES
Second Round Sebastian Vollmer, OL, Houston New England Patriots Fourth Round Shawn Nelson, TE, Southern Miss Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss Troy Kropog, OT, Tulane Fifth Round Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice Davon Drew, TE, East Carolina James Casey, TE, Rice Thomas Morstead, P, SMU Joe Burnett, CB, UCF Seventh Round Clinton McDonald, DT, Memphis Bualo Bills Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans Jacksonville Jaguars Baltimore Ravens Houston Texans New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh Steelers
Tramon Williams, Green Bay Packers

2013 DRAFTEES
First Round D.J. Hayden, DB, Houston Oakland Raiders Second Round Jamie Collins, LB, Southern Miss New England Patriots Margus Hunt, DT, SMU Cincinnati Bengals Vance McDonald, TE, Rice San Francisco 49ers Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall New England Patriots Fifth Round Luke Willson, TE, Rice Seattle Seahawks Sixth Round Latavius Murray, RB, UCF Oakland Raiders Seventh Round Kemal Ishmael, DB, UCF Atlanta Falcons

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Cincinnati Bengals

2012 DRAFTEES
First Round Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis Second Round Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall Third Round Josh Robinson, DB, UCF Josh LeRibeus, OG, SMU Lamar Holmes, OT, Southern Miss Fifth Round Taylor Thompson, TE, SMU Sixth Round Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons Tennessee Titans

2008 DRAFTEES
First Round Chris Johnson, RB, East Carolina Second Round Donnie Avery, WR, Houston Matt Forte, RB, Tulane Third Round Kevin Smith, RB, UCF Oniel Cousins, OG, UTEP Fourth Round Quintin Demps, FS, UTEP Josh Sitton, C, UCF Tennessee Titans St. Louis Rams Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Baltimore Ravens Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers
Demar Dotson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

PLAYERS IN THE PROS

Fifth Round Marcus Thomas, RB, UTEP

San Diego Chargers

Sixth Round Robert Henderson, DE, Southern Miss New York Giants Seventh Round Chris Chamberlain, LB, Tulsa Mike Merritt, TE, UCF St. Louis Rams Kansas City Chiefs

J.R. Reed, S, USF Fifth Round Rod Davis, LB, Southern Miss Rex Hadnot, G, Houston Sixth Round Greg Brooks, CB, Southern Miss Etric Pruitt, S, Southern Miss Seventh Round Eric Taylor, DT, Memphis Brian Rimpf, OT, East Carolina

Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings Miami Dolphins Cincinnati Bengals Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens

2007 DRAFTEES
Second Round Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston Third Round Mike Walker, WR, UCF Johnnie Lee Higgins, WR, UTEP Philadelphia Eagles Jacksonville Jaguars Oakland Raiders

2003 DRAFTEES
Second Round Kawika Mitchell, LB, South Florida Kansas City Chiefs Dewayne White, DE, Louisville Tampa Bay Buccaneers Third Round Antwan Peek, DE, Cincinnati Wade Smith, OT, Memphis Dave Ragone, QB, Louisville Fourth Round Shurron Pierson, DE, South Florida Fifth Round Adrian Madise, WR, TCU Jon Olinger, WR, Cincinnati Houston Texans Miami Dolphins Houston Texans Oakland Raiders Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons
Linval Joseph, New York Giants

Fifth Round Brandon McDonald, CB, Memphis Cleveland Browns Aundrae Allison, WR, East Carolina Minnesota Vikings Sixth Round Justin Rogers, DE, SMU Jordan Palmer, QB, UTEP New England Patriots Washington Redskins New York Giants

PLAYERS IN THE PROS

Seventh Round Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, Marshall

2006 DRAFTEES
First Round DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis Second Round Thomas Howard, LB, UTEP Carolina Panthers Oakland Raiders

Sixth Round Jeremy Bridges, OT, Southern Miss Philadelphia Eagles Hanik Milligan, S, Houston San Diego Chargers LaTarence Dunbar, WR, TCU Atlanta Falcons Seventh Round Curry Burns, S, Louisville Houston Texans Blue Adams, CB, Cincinnati Detroit Lions Chris Johnson, S, Louisville Green Bay Packers DeAndrew Rubin, WR, South Florida Green Bay Packers Travis Anglin, WR, Memphis Detroit Lions

Fourth Round Garrett Mills, TE, Tulsa New England Patriots Stephen Gostkowski, K, Memphis New England Patriots Brandon Marshall, WR, UCF Denver Broncos Guy Whimper, OT, East Carolina New York Giants Seventh Round Anthony Cannon, LB, Tulane Detroit Lions

Josh Scobee, Jacksonville Jaguars

2002 DRAFTEES
First Round Bryan Thomas, DE, UAB Patrick Ramsey, QB, Tulane New York Jets Washington Redskins Kansas City Chiefs New England Patriots Cincinnati Bengals

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2005 DRAFTEES
First Round Roddy White, WR, UAB Second Round Stanford Routt, CB, Houston Eric Shelton, RB, Louisville Fourth Round Stefan LeFors, QB, Louisville Kerry Rhodes, FS, Louisville Roydell Williams, WR, Tulane Atlanta Falcons Oakland Raiders Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers New York Jets Tennessee Titans

Second Round Eddie Freeman, DT, UAB Deion Branch, WR, Louisville Third Round Matt Schobel, TE, TCU

Fourth Round David Garrard, QB, East Carolina Jacksonville Jaguars Sixth Round Chad Williams, SS, Southern Miss Seventh Round LaVar Glover, CB, Cincinnati Je Kelly, QB, Southern Miss Leonard Henry, RB, East Carolina Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks Miami Dolphins
Scott Solomon, Tennessee Titans

Fifth Round Trent Cole, OLB, Cincinnati Philadelphia Eagles Robert McCune, LB, Louisville Washington Redskins Michael Boley, LB, Southern Miss Atlanta Falcons Anthony Alabi, OT, TCU Miami Dolphins Tyjuan Hagler, LB, Cincinnati Indianapolis Colts Seventh Round Eric Taylor, DT, Memphis Pittsburgh Steelers Daven Holly, CB, Cincinnati San Francisco 49ers Lionel Gates, RB, Louisville Bualo Bills Jeremy Parquet, OT, Southern Miss Kansas City Chiefs J.R. Russell, WR, Louisville Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2001 DRAFTEES
First Round LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, TCU Second Round Idrees Bashir, S, Memphis Aaron Schobel, DE, TCU Michael Stone, CB, Memphis Fourth Round George Layne, FB, TCU Cedric Scott, DE, Southern Miss Marcus Bell, DT, Memphis Curtis Fuller, S, TCU Shawn Worthen, TE, TCU San Diego Chargers Indianapolis Colts Bualo Bills Arizona Cardinals Kansas City Chiefs New York Giants Arizona Cardinals Seattle Seahawks Minnesota Vikings

2004 DRAFTEES
First Round J.P. Losman, QB, Tulane Fourth Round Bo Schobel, DE, TCU Mewelde Moore, RB, Tulane Bualo Bills Tennessee Titans Minnesota Vikings

Vinny Curry, Philadelphia Eagles

Cedric James, WR, TCU Fifth Round Bernard Robertson, G, Tulane Raymond Walls, S, Southern Miss

Minnesota Vikings Chicago Bears Indianapolis Colts

Sixth Round Daleroy Stewart, DT, Southern Miss Dallas Cowboys Rashad Holman, CB, Louisville San Francisco 49ers Mario Monds, DT, Cincinnati Washington Redskins Otis Leverette, DE, UAB Miami Dolphins John Nix, DT, Southern Miss Dallas Cowboys

C-USA PLAYERS IN CANADIAN FOOTBALL IN 2013


Adrian Awasom, DE, North Texas British Columbia Lions Romby Bryant, WR, Tulsa Toronto Argonauts Stanley Bryant, OL, East Carolina Calgary Stampeders Chase Clement, QB, Rice Winnipeg Blue Bombers Emanuel Davis, DB, East Carolina Hamilton Tiger-Cats Rod Davis, LB, Southern Miss Calgary Stampeders Greg Ellingson, WR, Florida Atlantic Hamilton Tiger-Cats Moton Hopkins, DL, Tulsa Montreal Alouettes Jacobi Jenkins, DB, East Carolina British Columbia Lions Donovan Kemp, WR, UTEP Calgary Stampeders Markeith Knowlton, LB, North Texas Hamilton Tiger-Cats Tracy Lampley, RB, Southern Miss Edmonton Eskimos Cordarro Law, DL, Southern Miss Calgary Stampeders Dekota Marshall, DB, East Carolina Winnipeg Blue Bombers Jermiane McElveen, DL, UAB Saskatchewan Roughriders Khalif Mitchell, DT, East Carolina Toronto Argonauts Scott Mitchell, OT, Rice Edmonton Eskimos Byron Parker, DB, Tulane Toronto Argonauts Je Perrett, OT, Tulsa Montreal Alouettes Keon Raymond, LB, Middle Tennessee Calgary Stampeders Alex Suber, DB, Middle Tennessee Winnipeg Blue Bombers Bryant Turner, DT, UAB Winnipeg Blue Bombers Swayze Waters, K, UAB Toronto Argonauts Joe West, WR, UTEP Calgary Stampeders Jonathan Williams, RB, East Carolina Calgary Stampeders

C-USA PLAYERS IN ARENA FOOTBALL IN 2013


Davon Allen, OL, Rice Arizona Rattlers Dustin Almond, QB, Southern Miss Philadelphia Soul Kris Cavitt, OL, Louisiana Tech San Jose Sabercats Nick Fanuzzi, QB, Rice San Antonio Talons Josh Ferguson, DB, UTEP Utah Blaze Joe Goosby, LB/WR, Tulane Orlando Predators Arness Ikner, DB, Middle Tennessee Utah Blaze Michael Janac, DL, Marshall New Orleans VooDoo Mark Lewis, K, FIU Orlando Predators Jose Martinez, K, UTEP Chicago Rush Bernard Morris, QB, Marshall Jacksonville Sharks Odrick Ray, DL, Tulsa Iowa Barnstormers Moqut Runs, TE, Louisiana Tech San Antonio Talons Derek Schoeld, C, Marshall Cleveland Gladiators Brad Serini, C, FIU, Tampa Bay Storm Julius Wilson, OT, UAB Orlando Predators

2000 DRAFTEES
Second Round Todd Pinkston, WR, Southern Miss Philadelphia Eagles Third Round Chris Redman, QB, Louisville Baltimore Ravens JaJuan Dawson, WR, Tulane Cleveland Browns T.J. Slaughter, LB, Southern Miss, Jacksonville Jaguars Fourth Round Frank Moreau, RB, Louisville Kansas City Chiefs

Seventh Round Mike Green, RB, Houston Rodregis Brooks, DB, UAB

Tennessee Titans Indianapolis Colts

1999 DRAFTEES
Second Round Shaun King, QB, Tulane Third Round Mike McKenzie, DB, Memphis Fifth Round Roderick Coleman, DL, East Carolina Sixth Round Troy Smith, WR, East Carolina Chad Plummer, WR, Cincinnati Seventh Round Pernell Davis, DL, UAB Tampa Bay Green Bay Oakland Philadelphia Denver Philadelphia

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Fourth Round Monty Montgomery, DB, Houston Tyrus McCloud, LB, Louisville Fifth Round Lamont Burns, OG, East Carolina Sam Garnes, S, Cincinnati Tony Williams, DT, Memphis Carl Powell, DE, Louisville Sixth Round Robert Tate, WR, Cincinnati Marcus Spriggs, OT, Houston Chuck Clements, QB, Houston Richard Hogans, LB, Memphis Seventh Round Jerald Sowell, FB, Tulane Marvin Thomas, DE, Memphis Indianapolis Baltimore New York Jets New York Giants Minnesota Indianapolis
Charles Clay, Miami Dolphins

1998 DRAFTEES
Second Round Artrell Hawkins, DB, Cincinnati Patrick Surtain, DB, Southern Miss Third Round Brad Jackson, LB, Cincinnati Larry Shannon, WR, East Carolina Fourth Round Jason Fabini, OL, Cincinnati Leonta Rheams, DL, Houston Fifth Round Terry Hardy, TE, Southern Miss Sixth Round Harold Shaw, RB, New England Derrick Random, DL, Cincinnati Jamaal Alexander, DB, Southern Miss Seventh Round Ben Fricke, C, Houston Rodrick Monroe, TE, Cincinnati Cincinnati Miami Miami Miami New York Jets New England Arizona Southern Miss Kansas City Detroit New York Giants Dallas

Minnesota Bualo New York Jets Chicago Green Bay Chicago

1996 DRAFTEES
First Round Jerome Woods, S, Memphis Second Round Dedric Mathis, CB, Houston Kansas City Indianapolis New York Giants Dallas Jacksonville
Jon Dorembos, Philadelphia Eagles

1997 DRAFTEES
First Round Antowain Smith, RB, Houston Second Round Sam Madison, DB, Louisville Bualo Miami

Third Round Roman Oben, OL, Louisville Fifth Round Alan Campos, LB, Louisville Jimmy Herndon, OL, Houston

PLAYERS IN THE PROS

Sixth Round Adalius Thomas, DL, Southern Miss Baltimore Ravens Sherrod Gideon, WR, Southern Miss New Orleans Saints

BOWL SYNOPSIS / DIRECTORY


2013 C-USA BOWL SYNOPSIS
Conference USA has guaranteed spots in six games during the 2013 season. The AutoZone Liberty Bowl has the top selection of C-USA teams and the league will also send teams to the Beef O Bradys Bowl St. Petersburg, Heart of Dallas Bowl, Military Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Sheraton Hawaii Bowl this season. The 55th annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl is scheduled for Tuesday, December 31 in Memphis. The AutoZone Liberty Bowl matches the rst selection from Conference USA against an opponent from either the Southeastern Conference or the American Athletic Conference in a game that will air on ESPN with a 3 p.m. CT kicko. For the sixth straight year, C-USA will play in the Beef O Bradys Bowl St. Petersburg will take place on Monday, December 23 at 1 p.m. ET. Conference USA will face an opponent from the American Athletic Conference at Tropicana Field in a game that will air on ESPN. C-USA will participate in the fourth annual Heart of Dallas Bowl at historic Cotton Bowl Stadium on New Years Day. The leagues representative will face an opponent from the Big Ten Conference in a game that will air on ESPNU, beginning at 11 a.m. CT. Conference USA is scheduled to participate in the R+L Carriers New Orleans for the 10th time in 12 seasons when it plays in the Saturday, December 21st contest. C-USA will play a representative from the Sun Belt Conference at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, beginning at 8 p.m. CT on ESPN. For the 10th time in the bowls 12-year history, C-USA will compete in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl on Tuesday, December 24 in Honolulu. The leagues representative will face a Mountain West Conference opponent in the game, which will kick o at 3 p.m. HT (8 p.m. ET) and be televised by ESPN. The league also has an agreement to play an opponent from the ACC in the Washington, D.C.based Military Bowl. This years game will be played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. on Friday, December 27 at 2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. It is important to note that a Conference USA champion may qualify for the Bowl Championship Series if ranked in the BCS nal Top 12 or, in the BCS Top 16 and ranked higher than a team which receives automatic qualication.

BCS Rankings

The BCS Standings, have been compiled by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame since the beginning of the 2000 regular-season. The BCS Standings determine which teams play in the National Championship game, and which are included in the pool of eligible teams available for at-large selection. The BCS Standings include the Harris Poll, the USA Today Coaches poll and an average of six computer polls. Each component will count for one-third of a teams overall BCS score in the BCS Standings.

C-USA and the BCS

Bowl Championship Series


About the BCS
The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) is a vegame arrangement for post-season college football that is designed to match the two top-rated teams in a national championship game and to create exciting and competitive matchups between eight other highly regarded teams in four other games. The bowl games participating are the Fiesta Bowl, Orange Bowl, Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl. In addition, a BCS National Championship Game will be played at one of the bowl sites.

The Conference USA champion (along with the champions of the Mid-American Conference, the Mountain West Conference, the Sun Belt Conference, and the Western Athletic Conference) will have an automatic berth in one of the ve bowls if, and only if: It is a Conference Champion; and Either: It is ranked in the top 12 of the BCS Standings on Bowl Selection Sunday; It is ranked in the top 16 of the BCS Standings on Bowl Selection Sunday, and its ranking in the BCS Standings is better than that of a champion of a Conference that has an annual automatic berth in one of the BCS bowl games.

BOWLS

2013-14 BOWL SCHEDULE


Date Bowl Dec. 21 Gildan New Mexico Bowl Dec. 21 Las Vegas Bowl Dec. 21 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Dec. 21 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Dec. 23 Beef O Bradys St. Petersburg Bowl Dec. 24 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl Dec. 26 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl Dec. 26 San Diego Co. Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl Dec. 27 Military Bowl Dec. 27 Texas Bowl Dec. 27 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Dec. 28 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Dec. 28 Belk Bowl Dec. 28 Russell Athletic Bowl Dec. 28 Bualo Wild Wings Bowl Dec. 30 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Dec. 30 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl Dec. 30 Valero Alamo Bowl Dec. 30 Holiday Bowl Dec. 31 AdvoCare V100 Bowl Dec. 31 Hyundai Sun Bowl Dec. 31 AutoZone Liberty Bowl Dec. 31 Chick-l-A Bowl Jan. 1 Heart of Dallas Bowl Jan. 1 Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl Jan. 1 Outback Bowl Jan. 1 Capital One Bowl Jan. 1 Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio Jan. 1 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Jan. 2 Allstate Sugar Bowl Jan. 3 Discover Orange Bowl Jan. 3 AT&T Cotton Bowl Jan. 4 BBVA Compass Bowl Jan. 5 GoDaddy.com Bowl Jan. 6 BCS National Championship Game
All Times Eastern and Subject to Change

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Matchup Mountain West vs.Pac-12 Mountain West vs. Pac-12 Mountain West vs. MAC C-USA vs. Sun Belt C-USA vs. American C-USA vs. Mountain West MAC vs. Big Ten Mountain West vs. Army C-USA vs. ACC Big 12 vs. Big Ten Pac-12 vs. BYU American vs. Big 12 ACC vs. American ACC vs. American Big Ten vs. Big 12 Mountain West vs. Navy SEC vs. ACC Big 12 vs. Pac-12 Pac-10 vs. Big 12 ACC vs. SEC Pac-12 vs. ACC C-USA vs. SEC ACC vs. SEC C-USA vs. Big Ten Big Ten vs. SEC Big Ten vs. SEC SEC vs. Big Ten BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS Big 12 vs. SEC SEC vs. American Sun Belt vs. MAC BCS #1 vs. BCS #2

Location Albuquerque, N.M. Las Vegas, Nev. Boise, Idaho New Orleans, La. St. Petersburg, Fla. Honolulu, Hawaii Detroit, Mich. San Diego, Calif. Annapolis, Md. Houston, Texas San Francisco, Calif. New York, N.Y. Charlotte, N.C. Orlando, Fla. Tempe, Ariz. Fort Worth, Texas Nashville, Tenn. San Antonio, Texas San Diego, Calif. Shreveport, La. El Paso, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Dallas, Texas Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Pasadena, Calif. Glendale, Ariz. New Orleans, La. Miami, Fla. Arlington, Texas Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Miami, Fla.

Time 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 9 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 3:20 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 10:15 p.m. 11:45 a.m. 3:15 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 10:15 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Noon 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 9 p.m. 8 p.m.

Network ESPN ABC ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN CBS ESPN ESPN ESPN U ESPN2 ABC ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN FOX ESPN ESPN ESPN

AUTO ZONE LIBERTY BOWL


QUICK FACTS
Memphis, Tennessee Date: Date: December 31, 2013 Time: 3 p.m. CST Stadium: Liberty Bowl Memorial (61,819) Network: ESPN Opponent: SEC or American Athletic Selection Executive Director: Steve Ehrhart President: Billy Hicks, Jr. Associate Executive Director: Harold Graeter Chief Financial Ocer: Perry Winstead Phone: 901/795-7700 FAX: 901/795-7826 Mailing Address: 959 Ridgeway Loop Road, Suite 101, Memphis, TN 38120 Website: www.autozonelibertybowl.org Facebook: Auto Zone Liberty Bowl Twitter: @AZOLibertyBowl

PAST RESULTS
at Philadelphia 1959 Penn State 7, Alabama 0 1960 Penn State 41, Oregon 12 1961 Syracuse 15, Miami (Fla.) 14 1962 Oregon State 6, Villanova 0 1963 Mississippi State 16, North Carolina State 12 at Atlantic City 1964 Utah 32, West Virginia 6 at Memphis 1965 Mississippi 13, Auburn 7 1966 Miami (Fla.) 14, Virginia Tech 7 1967 North Carolina State 14, Georgia 7 1968 Mississippi 34, Virginia Tech 17 1969 Colorado 47, Alabama 33 1970 Tulane 17, Colorado 3 1971 Tennessee 14, Arkansas 13 1972 Georgia Tech 31, Iowa State 30 1973 North Carolina State 31, Kansas 18 1974 Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 1975 Southern California 20, Texas A&M 0 1976 Alabama 36, UCLA 6 1977 Nebraska 21, North Carolina 17 1978 Missouri 20, Louisiana State 15 1979 Penn State 9, Tulane 6 1980 Purdue 28, Missouri 25 1981 Ohio State 31, Navy 28 1982 Alabama 21, Illinois 15 1983 Notre Dame 19, Boston College 18 1984 Auburn 21, Arkansas 15 1985 Baylor 21, Louisiana State 7 1986 Tennessee 21, Minnesota 14 1987 Georgia 20, Arkansas 17 1988 Indiana 34, South Carolina 10 1989 Mississippi 42, Air Force 29 1990 Air Force 23, Ohio State 11 1991 Air Force 38, Mississippi State 15 1992 Mississippi 13, Air Force 0 1993 Louisville 18, Michigan State 7 1994 Illinois 30, East Carolina 0 1995 East Carolina 19, Stanford 13 1996 Syracuse 30, Houston 17 1997 Southern Miss 41, Pittsburgh 7 1998 Tulane 41 Brigham Young 27 1999 Southern Miss 23, Colorado State 17 2000 Colorado State 22, Louisville 17 2001 Louisville 28, Brigham Young 10 2002 TCU 17, Colorado State 3 2003 Utah 17, Southern Miss 0 2004 Louisville 44, Boise State 40 2005 Tulsa 31, Fresno State 24 2006 South Carolina 44, Houston 36 2007 Mississippi State 10, UCF 3 2008 Kentucky 25, East Carolina 19 2009 Arkansas 20, East Carolina 17 (ot) 2010 UCF 10, Georgia 6 2011 Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24 2012 Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17

Steve Ehrhart

Harold Graeter

Billy Hicks, Jr.

BOWL NOTES

Now in its 55th year, the AutoZone Liberty Bowl is college footballs seventh-oldest bowl game.Conference USA has sent seven different representatives to the game over its last 10 appearances (2002-2010, 2012), with East Carolina, Tulsa and UCF each appearing twice over that span.C-USA teams Tulsa won its second AutoZone Liberty Bowl, defeating Big 12 foe Iowa State, 31-17 have an all-time record of 12-9 in the game.The game has drawn a crowd of more than 50,000 in each of the last 13 years, including a bowl-record crowd of 63,816 for the 2007 UCF-Mississippi States matchup and 62,742 for the 2009 ECU-Arkansas clash.In 2013, C-USA will face either a team from the SEC or the American Athletic Conference in the game.Over the years the AutoZone Liberty Bowl has seen legendary coaches such as Paul Bear Bryant, Lou Holtz, Johnny Majors and Steve Spurrier coach in the game, while outstanding players such as Ernie Davis, Doug Flutie, Bo Jackson, Archie Manning and Randy White have participated in the bowl.

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A crowd of nearly 54,000 was on hand at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium for last years TulsaIowa State game

BOWLS

BEEF OBRADYS ST.PETERSBURG BOWL


QUICK FACTS
St. Petersburg, Fla. Date: December 23, 2013 Time: 2 p.m. EST Stadium: Tropicana Field (43,000) Network: ESPN Opponent: American Athletic Conference Selection Executive Director: Brett Dulaney Manager, Event Sponsorship & Marketing: Carlos Padilla II Associate Manager of Events: Blake Guthrie Media Relations Directors: Je Kamis/Jack Heilig Mailing Address: 100 Second Avenue South, Suite N204, St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Phone: 727/290-9865 Website: www.StPetersburgBowl.com Facebook: Beefobradysbowl Twitter: @beefobradysbowl

BOWL NOTES

Family-oriented sports restaurant chain Beef OBradys continues its title sponsorship of the sixth annual Beef O Bradys Bowl St. Petersburg Bowl this December.Conference USA has participated in each of the rst ve Beef O Bradys Bowl Bowls. Last season, UCF posted a 45-20 win over Ball State of the Mid-American Conference.In 2011, Marshall defeated future C-USA member FIU, 20-10.In 2010, former C-USA member Louisville knocked o Southern Miss, 31-28. In 2009, UCF brought more than 20,000 fans to watch the Knights play Rutgers.Memphis faced South Florida in the inaugural game in 2008. This season, the C-USA representative will be scheduled to play an opponent from the American Athletic Conference at Tropicana Field in downtown St. Petersburg. The 2013 Beef OBradys Bowl will be played in the afternoon for the rst time, with ESPN televising a 2 p.m. EST kicko on December 23.The Beef OBradys Bowl St. Petersburg Bowl is one of six postseason games that take place in the Sunshine State. The bowl is owned and operated by ESPN.

Brett Dulaney

Carlos Padilla II

PAST RESULTS
2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 UCF 45, Ball State 20 Marshall 20, FIU 10 Louisville 31, Southern Miss 28 Rutgers 45, UCF 24 South Florida 41, Memphis 14

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HEART Of DALLAS BOWL


QUICK FACTS
Dallas, Texas Date: January 1, 2014 Time: 11 a.m. CST Stadium: Cotton Bowl (92,158) Network: ESPN U Opponent: Big Ten Selection Phone: 214-774-1300 Mailing Address: 5201 N. OConnor Blvd., Suite 300, Irving, Texas 75039 Website: www.theheartofdallasbowl.com Facebook: theheartofdallas Twitter: @weheartdallas

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Conference USA is slated to play an opponent from the Big Ten Conference in the fourth annual Heart of Dallas Bowl on New Years Day 2014.Last year, Oklahoma State defeated Purdue in the game, which was re-named and re-branded to benet organizations working to eradicate homelessness in DallasConference USA made its rst appearance in the bowl on Jan. 1 when No. 17 Houston concluded a 13-1 season with a win over No. 22 Penn State in a matchup of nationally-ranked teams. It was one of just nine bowl games during the 2011-12 bowl season that matched two top 25 teams.After a one-year absence college football postseason action returned to the historic Cotton Bowl in Dallas on New Years Day 2011 when Texas Tech battled Northwestern in the inaugural TicketCity Bowl.

PAST RESULTS
2012 2011 2010 Oklahoma State 58, Purdue 14 Houston 30, Penn State 14 Texas Tech 45, Northwestern 38

R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL


QUICK FACTS
New Orleans, La. Date: December 21, 2013 Time: 8 p.m. CST Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome (73,208) Network: ESPN Opponent: Sun Belt Conference Opponent President/CEO: Jay Cicero Executive Director: Billy Ferrante V.P., Communications: Sam Joray

Director of Events/Operations: Alison Comeaux Media/P.R. Coordinator: Allison Baznik-Hjortsberg Phone: 504/525-5678 FAX: 504/529-1622 Mailing Address: 2020 St. Charles Avenue, 5th Floor, New Orleans, LA 70130 Website: www.neworleansbowl.org Facebook: neworleansbowl Twitter: @NewOrleansBowl
2012

PAST RESULTS
Louisiana-Lafayette 43, East Carolina 34

BOWL NOTES

Jay Cicero

Billy Ferrante

Sam Joray

MILITARY BOWL
QUICK FACTS
Washington, D.C. Date: December 27, 2013 Time: 2:30 p.m. EST Stadium: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium (34,000) Network: ESPN President/Executive Director: Steve Beck Director of Development/Sponsorship: Dennis Brant

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Director of Finance/Operations: Lauren Schweitzer Director of Marketing/Communications: Maureen Licursi Director of Media Relations: Josh Barr Phone: 202/776-2509 Mailing Address: 1200 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036 Website: www.MilitaryBowl.org Facebook: militarybowl Twitter: @militarybowl

BOWL NOTES

Conference USA has an agreement to be a part of the 2013 Military Bowl presented by Northop Grumann to play an opponent from the ACC.While the bowls events center around Washington, D.C., this years game will be played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md.Organized by the DC Bowl Committee & Events DC since its inception in 2008, the Military Bowl serves as a premier regional event beneting the USO and other organizations supporting members of the Armed Forces and their families. The Bowl has provided more than $300,000 to the USO and more than 20,000 free tickets for service members and their families.In last years game, No. 24 San Jose State defeated Bowling Green, 29-20.In 2010, East Carolina represented C-USA in the game and brought a strong contingent of fans to Washington, D.C. to face Maryland.

PAST RESULTS
2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 San Jose State 29, Bowling Green 20 Toldeo 42, Air Force 41 Maryland 51, East Carolina 20 UCLA 30, Temple 21 Wake Forest 29, Navy 19

Steve Beck

BOWLS

2011 Louisiana-Lafayette 32, San Diego State 30 Conference USA is scheduled be a part of the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl for the 2010 Troy 48, Ohio 21 10th time in the bowls 13 years, facing an opponent from the Sun Belt Conference. 2009 Middle Tennessee 42, Southern Miss 32 This years game will mark the fourth straight year it has been played on a Saturday, with 2008 Southern Miss 30, Troy 27 (ot) an 8 pm kicko scheduled.East Carolina made its rst appearance in the bowl last 2007 Florida Atlantic 44, Memphis 27 season, falling to Louisiana-Lafayette.Southern Miss appeared in the New Orleans 2006 Troy 41, Rice 17 Bowl in 2008 and 2009, defeating Troy, 30-27 in the rst overtime game in the bowls 2005 Southern Miss 31, Arkansas State 19 (Lafayette, La.) history in 2008, before falling to Middle Tennessee the next season. The Golden Eagles 2004 Southern Miss 31, North Texas 10 also captured 2003 Memphis 27, North Texas 17 back-to-back 2002 North Texas 24, Cincinnati 19 games in 2001 Colorado State 45, North Texas 20 2005 and 2004, defeating SBC Champions Arkansas State and North Texas, respectively.Rice represented C-USA in the 2006 game, ending a 45-year bowl drought, losing to Troy.North Texas, now a member of Conference USA, played in the game four consecutive years as champions of the Sun Belt Conference from 2001-04.The New Orleans Bowl is played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, home of Tulane University and site of six Super Bowl games.

SHERATON HAWAII BOWL


QUICK FACTS
Honolulu, Hawaii Date: December 24, 2013 Time: 3 p.m. HST (8 p.m. EST) Stadium: Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000) Network: ESPN Opponent: Mountain West Conference Selection Executive Director: David A.K. Matlin Assoc. Executive Director: Daryl Garvin

Director of Ticketing and Operations: Brad Motooka Event Manager: Tamarah Tabor Media Relations Director: Derek Inouchi Phone: 808-523-3688 FAX: 808-523-3712 Mailing Address: 841 Bishop Street Suite 2100, Honolulu, HI 96813 Website: www.sheratonhawaiibowl.com Facebook: SheratonHawaiiBowl Twitter: @HawaiiBowl

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The Sheraton Hawaii Bowl enters its 12th year and this will mark the 10th time that C-USA will be a part of the Christmas Eve game.In its rst 11 years, the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl has gained a reputation for oensive shootouts, with the winning team topping the 40-point mark in nine of the rst 11 years, Dave Matlin Daryl Garvin while the losing team has scored PAST RESULTS 35 or more points ve times.Last year, SMU posted its second convincing Hawaii 2012 SMU 43, Fresno State 10 Bowl victory in four years, defeating Fresno State, 43-10. In 2011, C-USA Champion 2011 Southern Miss 24, Nevada 17 Southern Miss posted its school-record 12th victory with a 24-17 win over Nevada. 2010 Tulsa 62, Hawaii 35 In 2010, Tulsa closed out its season with a seventh straight victory, defeating 2009 SMU 45, Nevada 10 home-standing and 25th-ranked Hawaii, 62-35.In 2009, June Jones and his SMU 2008 Notre Dame 49, Hawaii 21 Mustangs capped o the nations largest turnaround by defeating Nevada, 45-1