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Johnson C. Smith University Sports Information Office

Biddle Hall • Office #321 • Charlotte, NC 28216

Phone 704.378.1118 • Fax 704.330.1426 • Website: www.goldenbullsports.com

Contact: Lamont Hinson, Director of Sports Information • Email: lhinson@jcsu.edu

Edward Waters (0-1, 0-0 NAIA)

versus

Johnson C. Smith (0-2, 0-0 CIAA)

GAME 3: Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009 • 5:00 p.m.

Chris Gilman Stadium (8,000) • Kinglands, GA

Ralph J. Bunche Classic

Live Gametracker Stats: Available at www.goldenbullsports.com Radio: WGIV 103.3 FM / 1370 AM

THE EVENT: Johnson C. Smith is set to take on the Tigers of Edward Waters College inside Chris Gilman Stadium for the 6th Annual Ralph J. Bunche Classic in Kinglands, GA. The Golden Bulls are attempting to bounce back from a 51-10 loss at home versus the defending CIAA Eastern Division champs, Elizabeth City State University. Meanwhile, Edward Waters allowed Brevard College to score early and often in their season opener in Jacksonville, FL as Brevard won at Earl Kitching Stadium, 51-6. The Tigers’ defense

allowed an astonishing 398 rushing yards, 17 rushing first downs, and gave up touchdowns

in six red zone situations. With most teams struggling early in the CIAA, JCSU needs this victory to snap their winless start and to keep their chances alive for CIAA Championship contention.

THE SERIES: Johnson C. Smith comes into this match-up with a three game winning streak in the series. These two teams last met on September 13, 2008 inside the Irwin

Belk Complex in Charlotte, NC. The Golden Bulls picked up their first win of the season over Edward Waters 37-31 in overtime. This is Steven Aycock’s first time facing the Tigers

as head coach at JCSU. Aycock was apart of the coaching staff at J.C. Smith that beat EWC 24-0 during the 2007 season in Charlotte, NC. The Golden Bulls were also victorious against Edward Waters 19-14 in the 2006 HBCU Classic held in Greenville, SC.

JoHNSoN C. SmITH GoLdEN BuLLS dATE oppoNENT TImE/RESuLT 8-29 at WV Tech L, 49-39 9-5 ELIZABETH CITY STATE L, 51-10 9-12 at Edward Waters 5:00 pm 9-19 VIRGINIA uNIoN 6:00 pm 9-26 ST. pAuL’S 6:00 pm 10-3 at Livingstone 1:00 pm 10-10 at St. Augustine’s 1:30 pm 10-17 FAYETTEVILLE STATE (HC) 1:00 pm 10- 24 at Chowan 6:00 pm 10-31 at Shaw

EdWARd WATERS TIGERS dATE oppoNENT TImE/RESuLT

8-29 BrEVArd L, 51-6

9-12 JoHnSon C. SMITH 5:00 pM 9-19 at Alabama State 7:00 pM 9-26 ForT VALLEY STATE 4:00 pM

10-3 NoRTH GREENVILLE 3:00 pm 10-10 at Webber International 5:00 pM 10-17 at Concordia 4:00 pM 10-24 at Arkansas-pine Bluff 2:30 pM 10-31 at Savannah State 2:00 pM 11-7 at Valdosta State 2:00 pM 11-14 UnIV. oF nEw orLEAnS 4:00 pM

Kevin J. Clark . . . .

Coach

. . . . Steven Aycock

Norfolk State ‘82. . .

Alma Mater

. . . .Savannah State ‘82

8-14 (3rd season). . . .

Record at School

. . . 0-2 (1st season)

8-14 (3rd season). . .

Overall Record

. . . 0-2 (1st season)

0-2 . . . .

Record vs. Today’s Opponent

. . . 0-0

2009 CIAA STANdINGS

Eastern division Conf. ovr. Bowie State University 0-0 1-1 Elizabeth City State University 0-0 1-1 Virginia State University 0-0 1-1 Saint paul’s College 0-0 0-1 Virginia Union University 0-0 1-1 Western division Conf. ovr. Shaw University 0-0 2-0 Fayetteville State University 0-0 0-2 Saint Augustine’s College 0-0 0-2 Livingstone College 0-0 0-2 Johnson C. Smith university 0-0 0-2 Chowan University 0-0 0-2

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JCSU Quick Facts

Location:

Charlotte, NC

Founded:

1867

Enrollment:

1,630

President:

Dr. Ronald L. Carter

Alma Mater:

Morehouse ‘71

Affiliation:

NCAA Division II

Conference:

CIAA

Nickname:

Golden Bulls

Colors:

Gold & Navy (PMS 296)

Stadium:

Irwin Belk Complex

Capacity/Surface: 4,500/Natural Grass

Athletic Phone:

(704) 378-1205

Athletic Fax:

(704) 378-1170

Athletic Director: Stephen Joyner, Sr.

Alma Mater:

JCSU ‘73

AD Phone:

(704) 330-1406

E-mail:

sjoyner@jcsu.edu

Overall Record Last Year:

3-7

Conference Record:

2-6

Non-Conference Record:

1-1

Basic Offense:

Multiple

Basic Defense:

52

Letter Winners Returning

21

Letter Winners Lost:

32

Offensive Starters Returning:

12

Offensive Starters Lost:

16

Defensive Starters Returning:

9

Defensive Starters Lost:

16

JCSU MEDIA POLICIES

PLAYER INTERVIEWS

Under no circumstances should media members contact a

JCSU student-athlete without prior consent and approval

from the JCSU Sports Information Office and/or football

coach Steven Aycock. The same policy applies to the

family members of student athletes.

STAFF INTERVIEWS

All interview requests for assistant coaches or athletics

department staff members must also be approved and

cleared by the JCSU Sports Information Office.

POSTGAME POLICY

The JCSU locker room is closed at all times. Coach Aycock

and a handful of JCSU players will report to the media

room for interviews. JCSU will take interview requests

for players and assistant coaches at the beginning of the

fourth quarter. On the road, JCSU will conduct interviews

at the designated location by the host institution.

CREDENTIAL REQUESTS

Credential requests are taken via e-mail. Please e-mail

Lamont Hinson (lhinson@jcsu.edu). Requests must be

made by 5 p.m. on the Tuesday of game week. Media

attending games will have to show ID and pass through

security to enter the Irwin Belk Complex. Any misuse of

credentials will result in removal from the IBC and the

permanent voiding of the credential.

JCSU Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Lamont Hinson SID Office Phone: (704) 378-1118

SID Mobile: (704) 953-5627

E-mail: lhinson@jcsu.edu

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Head Coach Steven Aycock Career Record Year CIAA overall pct.

2009 0-0 0-2 .000 0-0 0-2 .000 Career Breakdown School Years w/L pct JCSU 1 0-2 .000 Career 1 0-2 .000 * = CIAA Championships

The Aycock File

PersonAl:

Born:

March 1969

hometown:

Atlanta, GA

Wife:

Donyell

eDUcATion:

high school:

D.M. cherell hs (1987)

college:

savannah st. (1994)

Postgraduate: Barrington (1999)

PlAyinG exPerience:

D.M. cherrell hs (lineman - 1987-79)

savannah st. (offensive lineman - 1988-92)

coAchinG exPerience:

1994-95 student Assistant/offensive line, savannah st.

1995-97 ol/recruiting coordinator, Johnson c. smith

1997-00 ol/recruiting coordinator, savannah st.

2005-08 Asst. head coach/ol, Johnson c. smith

2009- head coach, Johnson c. smith

cAreer recorD

year

ciAA

overall

Pct.

2009

0-0

0-2

.000

0-0

0-2

.000

* = ciAA championships

JcsU coaching staff

Asst. head coach/Def. coordinator: ... Greg richardson

off. coordinator/Quarterbacks: ... Joseph sulkowski

Def. line/recruiting coordinator: ...craig cox

off. line/equipment Manager: ... kevin Thompson

running Backs/community relations: ...keith Belton

Wide receivers/speed Training: ... Greg rhodes

Defensive Backs/special Teams coordinator: ...Donta Jones

off. line Asst./Media & Video exchange: ... Mike craft

student Assistant: ... Marshall Banks

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GoLdEN BuLLS FooTBALL RoSTER

No NAmE CL poS HT WT Hometown (Last School) 1 Archie Barrow III SO RB 5-10 200 Winston-Salem, NC (North Carolina Tech) 2 Rico poole SO WR 5-11 191 Atlanta, GA (Westlake HS)

3 Quinton Toomer SO RB 5-10 200 Atlanta, GA (Westlake HS)

4 Robert Johnson SO QB 5-10 165 Winston-Salem, NC (North Carolina Tech) 5 Joe Smiley II SR RB 5-9 170 Clearwater, FL (Clark Atlanta)

6 Ryan Carter JR QB 5-11 200 Charlotte, NC (Harding HS) 7 Lawyer Montgomery JR DB 6-1 190 Buffalo, NY (Turner Carroll HS) 8 Kenneth Strickland SR RB 5-9 185 San Jose, CA (San Jose CC) 9 Darius Johnson SO DB 5-11 188 Atlanta, GA (Westlake HS)

10 Marvin payne, Jr. FR QB 5-11 180 West palm Beach, FL (Royal palm Beach HS) 11 Joshua Battle SR QB 5-9 160 Fitzgerald, GA (Fitzgerald HS)

13 Darryl Adams, Jr. FR QB 5-11 160 Winston-Salem, NC (parkland HS) 14 Matthew Jeffries FR WR 6-3 190 Gainesville, GA (Gainesville HS) 15 Charles Miller JR DB 5-9 170 Winston-Salem, NC (North Forsyth HS) 16 Andre Saxon JR DB 5-10 180 Greenwood, SC (Greenwood HS) 17 Chris Sams SO QB 6-1 194 Decatur, GA (Decatur HS) 18 Julius Wright SO K/p 6-3 220 Fort Worth, TX (Everman HS) 19 Jamell Clarke SO QB 5-9 195 East point, GA (Meadowcreek HS) 20 David Weems SO RB 5-6 170 Washington D.C. (Riverdale Baptist HS) 21 Ameer Salahudin JR DB 5-10 185 Anderson, SC (T.L. Hanna HS) 22 Tyreek Townsend FR RB 5-9 175 Bennettsville, SC (Marlboro County HS) 23 Jerren Banks FR DB 6-1 180 College park, GA (West Lake HS) 24 Renard Ellis FR DB 5-8 170 Columbia, SC (Ridgeview HS) 25 Dedrick Anderson FR RB 5-4 150 Winston-Salem, NC (West Forsyth HS) 26 Xavier Lewis FR WR 5-10 150 Lynchburg, VA (Oak Ridge HS) 27 Xavier Murray FR WR 5-10 165 Columbia, SC (Eau Claire HS) 28 Michael Austin JR WR 6-1 162 Washington D.C. (Good Counsel HS) 29 Chris Long FR DB 5-10 170 Rock Hill, SC (Northwestern HS) 30 Jeremiah Chapman JR DB 5-8 160 Worcester, MA (Holy Name HS) 31 Robert Jennings III FR WR 5-10 195 Atlanta, GA (Westlake HS)

32 Kevin Hall, Jr. SR RB 5-8 195 Milton, FL (University of North Alabama) 33 James Jordan FR LB 6-0 195 Jacksonville, NC (Southwest HS) 34 Joshua James SO RB 5-11 220 Varnville, SC (Newberry)

35 Divine Carter SR RB 5-9 180 Washington D.C. (DeMartha Catholic HS) 36 Brandon Harris SO DB 5-8 160 Jacksonville, NC (Southwest Onslow HS) 37 Carnell Cooke FR RB 5-7 190 Norfolk, VA (Maury HS)

38 Lamarr person SO DB 5-8 155 Atlanta, GA (Fort Valley State) 39 Maurcus Woolford JR FB 5-11 230 philadelphia, pA (Seventy First HS) 40 Darius Williams FR RB 5-8 175 Durham, NC (Athens Drive HS) 41 Tramaine Stringfellow FR DB 5-11 195 San Antonio, TX (West Lake HS) 42 Jarel Morris FR RB 5-8 175 Miami, FL (West Lake HS) 43 Bryan Denegal FR DB 6-2 185 Dover, DE (Dover HS)

44 Colby Harden JR LB 5-11 220 Charlotte, NC (North Carolina Tech) 45 perrin Carr IV SO LB 6-1 225 Brandywine, MD (California University of pA) 46 Avery Barksdale FR LB 5-9 207 Charlotte, NC (Garinger HS)

47 Anthony Simmons SR DB 5-9 170 Charleston, SC (R.B. Stall HS) 48 George Bonaparte FR WR 5-10 160 Columbia, SC (Lower Richland HS) 49 phillip Devore SO LB 6-1 230 Brooklyn, NY (August Martin HS) 50 Mike Morgan SR LB 5-11 212 Sumter, SC (Crestwood HS) 51 Ronald Isaac FR LB 5-10 220 Laurens, SC (Laurens HS) 52 Joshua Cunningham FR DL 6-2 255 Apex, NC (Apex HS)

53 Michael Burroughs SR OL 6-0 320 Mitchellville, MD (C.H. Flowers HS) 54 Michael Coats FR LB 6-0 225 Greenwood, SC (Greenwood HS) 55 Marques Reese JR OL 6-1 290 Atlanta, GA (North Atlanta HS) 56 Kye plant SO LB 5-8 215 Burlington, NJ (Burlington Township HS) 58 Antonio Hall JR LB 6-1 220 Winston-Salem, NC (North Forsyth HS) 59 James Fulson FR OL 6-4 260 Charlotte, NC (Allen University) 61 Kenneth McFadden JR OL 5-10 315 Richmond, VA (James River HS) 62 Freddie Butler III SR DL 5-10 302 Landover, MD (C.H. Flowers HS)

63 Keith Crowder FR OL 6-4 290 Lumberton, NC (West Mecklenburg HS) 65 Geno’Deon Barnett SO OL 6-4 345 Spring Lake, NC (Over Hills HS)

66 Corey Demings SO OL 6-2 327 Orlando, FL (Bethune Cookman) 68 Cameron Ransom FR OL 6-3 270 Orangeburg, SC (Harding University HS) 69 George Orr TR OL 6-1 290 Brunson, SC (Wade Hampton HS) 70 Tyreece Williams JR OL 6-4 337 Shelby, NC (Louisburg CC) 71 Artis Carter II SR OL 6-3 290 Clinton, MD (C.H. Flowers HS) 73 Michael Jones SO DL 6-2 260 Richmond, VA (Hermitage HS) 75 Mikale Blanden JR OL 6-3 310 Durham, NC (Louisburg CC) 76 Robert Williams, Jr. FR DL 6-1 280 Decatur, GA (Luella HS) 77 Larry Hunter, Jr. FR DL 6-1 270 Hopkins, SC (Lower Richland HS) 80 Jeremy Franklin SR WR 6-4 194 Sanford, FL (Lyman HS) 81 Corey Carter SR WR 5-9 175 Tampa Bay, FL (Yuba CC) 82 Dyrrick Brown SO WR 5-7 173 Durham, NC (Hillside HS) 83 Nick Mata FR WR 5-9 185 Tampa Bay, FL (Greensboro CC) 84 Ryan peterson SR DL 6-2 240 Clinton, MD (Saint Augustine’s) 85 Markus Gray SR TE 6-0 225 Newberry, SC (Newberry HS) 86 Devin Story SR WR 6-0 202 Beaufort, SC (Battery Creek HS) 87 Tyrone Shaw SR WR 5-8 180 Charleston, SC (North Carolina A & T) 88 Tyler Shiver SO TE 6-4 230 Lawrenceville, GA (Dreher HS) 89 Tyler Rabb TR K/p 6-4 225 Shelby, NC (University of Tennessee) 90 Antwaun Byars JR DL 6-2 230 Atlanta, GA (Towers HS)

91 Rashad Dukes SO DL 6-2 300 Charlotte, NC (UNC pembroke) 92 Derrick Johnson II FR DL 6-0 250 Charlotte, NC (Hopewell HS) 93 Nicholas Banks JR DL 6-4 315 Denmark, SC (East Mississippi CC) 94 Travis Williams SO DL 6-0 260 Bowie, MD (South River HS)

96 Chester Burnett SO DL 6-2 310 Raleigh, NC (Hargrove Military Academy) 97 Karrington Andrews FR DL 5-10 250 East point, GA (West Lake HS)

98 Quintel Talton FR DL 6-3 240 Columbia, SC (Lower Richland HS) 99 Brandon Williams SR DL 6-2 385 Walterboro, SC (Savannah State)

AlphAbeTICAl ROSTeR

13 Adams, Jr., Darryl FR QB 25 Anderson, Dedrick FR RB 97 Andrews, Karrington FR DL 28 Austin, Michael JR WR 23 Banks, Gerren FR DB 93 Banks, Nicholas JR DL 46 Barksdale, Avery FR LB 65 Barnett, Geno SO OL 1 Barrow III, Archie SO RB 11 Battle, Joshua SR QB 75 Blanden, Mikale JR OL 48 Bonaparte, George FR WR 82 Brown, Dyrrick SO WR 96 Burnett, Chester SO DL 53 Burroughs, Michael SR OL 62 Butler III, Freddie SR DL 90 Byars, Antwaun JR DL 45 Carr IV, perrin SO LB 6 Carter, Ryan JR QB 35 Carter, Divine SR RB 81 Carter, Corey SR WR 71 Carter II, Artis SR OL 30 Chapman, Jeremiah JR DB 19 Clarke, Jamell SO QB 54 Coats, Michael FR LB 37 Cooke, Carnell FR RB 63 Crowder, Keith FR OL 52 Cunningham, Joshua FR DL 66 Demings, Corey SO OL 43 Denegal, Bryan FR DB 49 Devore, phillip SO LB 91 Dukes, Rashad SO DL 24 Ellis, Renard FR DB 80 Franklin, Jeremy SR WR 59 Fulson, James FR OL 85 Gray, Markus SR TE 58 Hall, Antonio JR LB 32 Hall, Jr., Kevin SR RB 44 Harden, Colby JR LB 36 Harris, Brandon SO DB 77 Hunter, Jr., Larry FR DL 51 Isaac, Ronald FR LB 34 James, Joshua SO RB 14 Jeffries, Matthew FR WR 31 Jennings III, Robert FR WR 4 Johnson, Robert SO QB 9 Johnson, Darius SO DB 92 Johnson II, Derrick FR DL 73 Jones, Michael SO DL 33 Jordan, James FR LB 26 Lewis, Xavier FR WR 29 Long, Chris FR DB 83 Mata, Nick FR WR 61 McFadden, Kenneth JR OL 15 Miller, Charles JR DB 7 Montgomery, Lawyer JR DB 50 Morgan, Mike SR LB 42 Morris, Jarel FR RB 27 Murray, Xavier FR WR 69 Orr, George TR OL 10 payne, Jr., Marvin FR QB 38 person, Lamarr SO DB 84 peterson, Ryan SR DL 56 plant, Kye SO LB 2 poole, Rico SO WR 89 Rabb, Tyler TR K/p 68 Ransom, Cameron FR OL 55 Reese, Marques JR OL 21 Salahudin, Ameer JR DB 17 Sams, Chris SO QB 16 Saxon, Andre JR DB 87 Shaw, Tyrone SR WR 88 Shiver, Tyler SO TE 47 Simmons, Anthony SR DB 5 Smiley II, Joe SR RB 86 Story, Devin SR WR 8 Strickland, Kenneth SR RB 41 Stringfellow, Tramaine FR DB 98 Talton, Quintel FR DL 3 Toomer, Quinton SO RB 22 Townsend, Tyreek FR RB 20 Weems, David SO RB 40 Williams, Darius FR RB 70 Williams, Tyreece JR OL 94 Williams, Travis SO DL 99 Williams, Brandon SR DL 76 Williams, Jr., Robert FR DL 39 Woolford, Maurcus JR FB 18 Wright, Julius SO K/p

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GOlDeN bUllS DepTh ChART

OFFENSE

position Starter

back-Up

WR

80 - JEREMY FRANKLIN (JR, 6-3, 200)

81 - Cory Carter (Sr., 5-11, 175)

TE

85 - MARKUS GRAY (JR, 6-2, 240)

88 - Tyler Shiver (So, 6-3, 245)

LT

71 - ARTIS CARTER (SR, 6-3, 280)

68 - Cameron Ranson (Fr, 6-3, 270)

LG

65 - GENO BARNETT (SO, 6-4, 300)

66 - Cory Demings (Jr, 6-3, 310)

C

55 - MARQUES REESE (JR, 6-0, 280)

73 - Michael Jones (So, 6-2, 270)

RG

53 - MICHAEL BURROUGHS (SR, 6-1, 300) 75 - Mikale Blanden (Jr, 6-3, 290, Durham, NC)

RT

63 - KEITH CROWDER (FR, 6-4, 290)

69 - George Orr (RSFr, 6-1, 290)

WR

2 - RICO POOLE (SO, 5-11, 190)

8 - Kenny Strickland (Sr, 5-10, 180)

QB

6 - RYAN CARTER (JR, 5-11, 175)

10 - Marvin Payne, Jr. (Fr, 5-11, 180)

FB

39 - MAURCUS WOOLFORD (JR, 5-11, 220) 35 - Divine Carter (Sr, 5-10, 180)

TB

25 - DEDRICK ANDERSON (FR, 5-4, 150)

3 - Quinton Toomer (So, 5-10, 205)

DEFENSE

position Starter

back-Up

CB

29 - CHRIS LONG (FR, 5-10, 175)

38 - Lamarr Person (So, 5-9, 180)

DE

73 - MICHAEL JONES (SO, 6-2, 270)

92 - Derrick Johnson II (Fr, 6-0, 250)

DT

91 - RASHAD DUKES (SO, 6-2, 300)

93 - Nicholas Banks (Jr, 6-4, 315)

DT

99 - B.L. WILLIAMS (SR, 6-2, 320)

62 - Freddie Butler (Sr, 6-0, 285)

DE

94 - TRAVIS WILLIAMS (So, 6-1, 255)

95 - Joshua Cunningham (FR, 6-2, 255)

OLB

54 - MICHAEL COATS (FR, 6-0, 225)

44 - Colby Harden (Jr, 6-0, 205)

MB

49 - PHILLIP DEVORE (SO, 6-1, 220)

45 - Perrin Carr IV (So, 6-1, 225)

OLB

50 - MIKE MORGAN (JR, 5-11, 200)

58 - Antonio Hall (So, 6-1, 220)

CB

21 - AMEER SALAHUDIN (JR, 5-10, 185)

15 - Charles Miller (Jr, 5-8, 165)

SS

7 - LAWYER MONTGOMERY (JR, 6-3, 190) 47 - Anthony Simmons (Sr, 5-10, 170)

FS

9 - DARIUS JOHNSON (SO, 6-1, 180)

16 - Andre Saxon (Jr, 6-1, 185)

SpeCIAl TeAMS

position Starter

back-Up

PK/P

18 - JULIUS WRIGHT (JR, 6-0, 170)

LS

55 - MARQUES REESE (JR, 6-0, 280)

Holder 11 - JOSHUA BATTLE (JR, 5-9, 165)

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EWC TIGERS FooTBALL RoSTER

# Name pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/previous School Class

1 Trenttonio Stewart RB 6’0 215 Jacksonville, FL/Middleburg H. S. SR

2 Bertram Balfour DB 6’0 190 Miami, FL/American Senior H. S. FR

3 percey Freeman QB 6’3 210 Jacksonville, FLMandarin H. S. FR

4 Samuel Charles WR 6’3 210 Miami, FL/Hialeah-Miami Lakes H. S. JR

5 Jonathan Johnson WR 6’2 210 Miami, FL/American Academy JR

6 Rodriguez Owens LB 6’2 232 Valdosta, GA/Valdosta H. S. SR

7 Cesary Wilborn QB 5’11 218 Atlanta, GA/Ronald McNair H. S. SO

8 Jacquez Stevenson WR 5’11 185 Miami, FL/parkway Academy JR

9 Ikarl Leslie DB 6’2 205 Tampa, FL/Blake H. S. SR

10 Steven Braddy TE 6’2 240 Miami, FL/American Senior H. S. SR

11 Denton Thompson DE 6’2 225 Miami, FL/Miami Central H. S. JR

12 Myron Donaldson DB/K 6’1 190 St. Augustine, FL/Mandarin H. S. FR

13 Brandon Turman QB 6’0 180 Thomson, GA/Thomson H. S. FR

14 Tyler Coleman WR 5’8 165 Hastings, FL/pedro Menendez H. S. SO

15 Scott peters WR 5’10 175 Jeffersonville, NY/Sullivan West H. S. JR

16 Tavarous Dunlap QB 6’1 170 Ft. Lauderdale, FL/Upper Room Chr. Acad. FR

17 Markel Scott WR 6’1 185 North Myrtle Beach, SC/North Myrtle Beach H. S. SO

18 Brad Gonzalez RB 5’9 176 Beaufort, SC/Beaufort H. S. FR

19 Edward Chandler DB 5’8 174 Miami, FL/Miami Springs H. S. FR

20 Tavaris Warren DB 6’0 170 Miami, FL/Miami Southridge H. S. SO

21 Quinton Warren DB 6’0 175 Miami, FL/Miami Southridge H. S. JR

22 Rodney Grant DB 5’9 180 Sanford, FL/Seminole H. S. JR

23 Anthony Wallace RB 5’10 185 Arcadia, FL/Desoto H. S. SO

24 Joshua Williams WR 6’4 185 Miami, FL/Miami Southridge H. S. FR

25 Travis Knight DB 6’1 190 Sanford, FL/Seminole H. S. SR

26 Keith Brown DB 6’0 200 Jacksonville Beach, FL/Terry parker H. S. SR

27 Rodney Lay DB 5’9 170 Lagrange, GA/Lagrange H. S. FR

28 Javari Liggins RB/FB 5’10 209 Houston, TX/Wheatley H. S. FR

29 D. J. Cain WR 5’5 150 pensacola, FL/West Florida Tech H. S. FR

30 Jamin Cephus LB 5’11 240 Adrian, GA/Treutlen H. S. SR

31 Robert Hargrove DB 6’1 182 Birmingham, AL/Spain park H. S. FR

32 Rudy Wilson LB 6’3 235 Tampa, FL/Thomas Jefferson H. S. JR

33 Kentrell Gillislee WR 5’7 155 Deland, FL/Deland H. S. FR

34 Randy Joyner FB 6’1 230 Jacksonville, FL/Nathan B. Forrest H. S. SO

35 Roscoe James DB 5’10 160 Ft. Lauderdale, FL/Stranahan H. S. FR

36 Titus Leaks RB 6’0 198 Loris, SC/Loris H. S. FR

37 Branden Owens DB 5’10 185 Houston, TX/Eisenhower H. S. SO

38 Rodney poitier DB 5’9 170 Orlando, FL/Eastland Chr. Sch. FR

39 Michael Samuels DB 5’10 176 Miami, FL/Miami Central H. S. FR

40 Anens Stevens DE 6’3 220 Ft. Lauderdale, FL/Upper Room Chr. Acad. SO

41 Arthur Smith DB 6’0 180 Beaufort, SC/Beaufort H. S. FR

42 Julius Harris DB 5’9 170 palm Beach, FL/palm Beach Gardens H. S. FR

43 Jeremy Taylor DB 5’10 180 North Myrtle Beach, SC/North Myrtle Beach H. S. FR

44 Mate Bates DL 5’11 265 Lakeland, FL/Tenoroc H. S. FR

45 Samuel Johnson DB 6’0 170 pensacola, FL/Escambia H. S. FR

46 Lorenzo Capehart DB 5’9 186 Dothan, AL/Dothan H. S. SO

47 Aaron Simmons LB 6’2 214 Eustis, FL/Tavares H. S. FR

48 Aaron porter WR 6’0 170 Hastings, FL/pedro Menendez H. S. FR

49 Brandon Fossett DB 5’9 170 Jacksonville, FL/William M. Raines H. S. FR

50 Chris palmer LB 5’9 189 Darien, GA/McIntosh County Acad. FR

51 David Robinson LB 6’0 210 Sanford, FL/Seminole H. S. JR

52 Joseph Jefferson LB 6’1 228 port St. Lucie, FL/Treasure Coast H. S. FR

53 Shadow Eaden LB 5’10 198 Houston, TX/Eisenhower H. S. FR

54 Edgar Dorsey LB 5’11 215 Atlanta, GA/Ronald McNair H. S. FR

55 Ashlon Smith LB 6’1 220 Ft. Lauderdale, FL/Boyd Anderson H. S. FR

56 Christopher Holmes DL 6’1 315 Jacksonville, FL/Ed White H. S. JR

57 Anthony Minnis DB 5’10 180 Naranja, FL/Homestead Senior H. S. FR

58 Emmanuel pleasant DB 5’9 185 Macon, GA/Northeast H. S. SO

59 Marcus Allen Sp 6’0 190 Miami, FL/Miami Jackson H. S. SR

63 Willie Hubbard FB 5’9 230 Houston, TX/Eisenhower H. S. SO

65 Jeff Floyd C 6’2 270 Jacksonville, FL/Andrew Jackson H. S. FR

66 Eric Floyd OL 6’2 315 Orange park, FL/Orange park H. S. FR

69 Evan Cotter OL 6’2 270 Houston, TX/Eisenhower H. S. SO

71 Terrell Owens OL 6’5 289 Dothan, AL/Dothan H. S. FR

73 Derrick Watts OL 6’0 275 Jacksonville, FL/Arlington Country Day Sch. FR

74 Steven Conoly OL 6’0 335 Haines City, FL/Haines City H. S. SR

75 Gerald Walker OT 6’3 280 Houston, TX/North Forrest H. S. FR

77 Gerald Boston OL 6’1 285 Newnan, GA/Newnan H. S. SO

80 John Dukes WR 5’7 162 Homestead, FL/Homestead Senior H. S. FR

81 Bernard Strickland WR 6’1 159 Boynton Beach, FL/Boynton Beach H. S. FR

82 Jordan Brooks WR 5’10 175 Dothan, AL/Dothan H. S. JR

83 Quintavious Nelson WR 6’0 165 Macon, GA/Northeast H. S. FR

84 Jean Alexander WR 5’10 169 Miami, FL/Miami Northwestern H. S. FR

85 Kirk Joseph TE 6’3 233 Miami, FL/Yuba J. C. JR

86 Jerry Hatch WR 5’11 170 Orange park, FL/Arlington Country Day Sch. FR

87 Willie Whitfield WR 6’3 190 Pahokee, FL/Pahokee HS SO

88 Quintavious Graham WR 6’1 180 Atlanta, GA/Ronald McNair H. S. FR

89 Cedric Bryant WR 5’10 190 Apopka, FL/Apopka H. S. FR

90 Alvin Jordan DE 6’3 245 Burke County, GA/Burke County H. S. FR

91 Junior Augustin DE 6’3 205 Ft. Lauderdale, FL/Fort Lauderdale H. S. FR

93 Antonio Saunders DT 5’11 252 Miami, FL/Miami Northwestern H. S. FR

94 Tony Wilson DE 6’1 250 Miami, FL/Miami Southridge H. S. SR

96 Johnathan Whitmire DT 6’0 294 Laurens, SC/Laurens H. S. FR

97 Simpson DE 6’3 205 Orange park, FL/Fleming Island H. S. FR

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EdWARd WATERS CoLLEGE

GENERAL INFoRmATIoN

Location: . . . . Jacksonville, FL 32209 Founded: . . . 1866 Enrollment: . . . .847 School Colors: . . . . purple, Orange, & White Nickname: . . . .Tigers president: . . . .Dr. Claudette H. Williams Alma Mater: . . . Univ. of West Indies ‘81 College Information: . . . . 904.470.8000

Admission Office: . . . . 904.470.8200

Financial Aid Office: . . . . 904.470.8190

Athletic Office: . . . . 904.470.8276 College Web Site: . . . . http://www.ewc.edu Athletic Web Site: . . . http://www.ewc.edu/athletics Conference: . . . . Independent (Division I)

Affiliation: . . . NAIA Athletic Director: . . . .Johnny L. Rembert Alma Mater: . . . .Clemson ‘83

EWC HEAd FooTBALL CoACH

Following two consecutive losing season, the Athletics Department of Edward Waters College decided to make a change in the direction of the football program and hire a new head football coach. After scouring the nation and interviewing several applicants, the administration decided to hire one of their own and someone who has been with the program since its rebirth in 2001. That person was Kevin J. Clark. A native of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Coach Clark attended Denbigh High School in Newport News, Virginia, where he starred as an All-District football player. During his senior campaign at Denbigh, he held the District High School record for interceptions in a single contest with four. After graduating high school, Clark continued his educational and athletic career at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia. Clark was a four-year letterman for the Spartans as a free safety and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in physical Education with a minor in Elementary Education.

Following his years at NSU, Coach Clark embarked on a career in the United States Army where he served with the First Armored Division I-135 Armor Tank Battalion based in Nuremberg, Germany during Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait in 1990-91. During the Gulf War, he received the Liberation of Kuwait Medal for Combat. Also during his stint in the Army, Clark began his coaching career for a service team at Nuremberg American High School as linebackers and special teams coach. Upon his return to the United States, he began coaching for the Semi-pro Columbia Cougars football team while being stationed at Fort Jackson U. S. Army Base in Columbia, South Carolina from 1993-1994 as the secondary and special teams coach.

After an honorable discharge from the Army, Coach Clark took his knowledge to the college ranks when he joined the coaching staff at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina in 1995. Benedict started their program in that same year under the direction of former All-American wide receiver and 17-year NFL veteran, Harold Jackson. Clark lists Jackson as one of his mentors in coaching citing his experience in building programs from the ground up. While at Benedict, Clark held many positions including linebackers and defensive backs coach, strength and conditioning coach, and special teams coordinator. He spent six seasons at Benedict and during that time he produced the team’s first All-NAIA first team punter.

In 2001, Clark made his way to Edward Waters where he once again had a hand in developing a new football program. Throughout his tenure at EWC, he has held the roles of linebackers coach, special teams coordinator, assistant head coach, interim head coach, and finally the 11th head football coach in EWC history. In 2004, the program reached its highest level of success winning the inaugural South East Atlantic Conference Championship with an 8-3 record. Over his first two seasons as head coach, Clark has lead the Tigers to two more SEAC championships, splitting the crown with Concordia-Selma in 2007 and 2008.

Along with his responsibilities as head football coach at Edward Waters, Clark is a member of several other organizations. He is a Master Mason (pHA) at the Morelight Lodge No. 468; a member of Kappa Alpha psi Fraternity, Inc.; the Veterans of Foreign Wars post No. 15042; American Legion post No. 0172; and a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA).

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2009 Golden Bulls Football

Johnson C. Smith Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 10, 2009)

All games

Date Opponent Score Att.

Aug 29, 2009 at West Virginia Tech L 39-49 375 Sep 05, 2009 ELIZABETH CITY STATE L 10-51 4237

Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g

ANDERSON,Dedric 2 29 199 7 192 6.6 1 52 96.0 CARTER,Ryan 2 24 154 19 135 5.6 2 22 67.5 TOOMER,Quinton 2 10 71 5 66 6.6 0 16 33.0 BARROW,Archie 2 9 53 4 49 5.4 1 33 24.5 PAYNE JR,Marvin 2 6 13 2 11 1.8 0 5 5.5 WRIGHT,Julius 2 1 0 17 -17 -17.0 0 0 -8.5 Total 2 79 490 54 436 5.5 4 52 218.0 Opponents 2 56 281 21 260 4.6 2 27 130.0

Passing gp comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g

CARTER,Ryan 2 91.17 30-56-2 53.6 259 1 29 129.5 PAYNE JR,Marvin 2 183.27 4-6-0 66.7 44 1 17 22.0 POOLE,Rico 2 133.60 1-1-0 100.0 4 0 4 2.0 Total 2 100.62 35-63-2 55.6 307 2 29 153.5 Opponents 2 174.84 43-67-2 64.2 616 8 57 308.0

Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g

FRANKLIN,Jeremy 1 9 94 10.4 0 29 94.0 ANDERSON,Dedric 2 9 82 9.1 0 23 41.0 POOLE,Rico 2 5 43 8.6 2 15 21.5 STRICKLAND,Kenn 2 5 27 5.4 0 17 13.5 MATA,Nick 1 3 23 7.7 0 12 23.0 BARROW,Archie 2 2 23 11.5 0 17 11.5 JEFFRIES,Matthe 1 1 8 8.0 0 8 8.0 BATTLE,Joshua 1 1 7 7.0 0 7 7.0 Total 2 35 307 8.8 2 29 153.5 Opponents 2 43 616 14.3 8 57 308.0 Field Goals fg pct.01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk WRIGHT,Julius 2-5 40.0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 38 0 PAT

Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts

POOLE,Rico 2 - - - 12 CARTER,Ryan 2 - - - 12 WRIGHT,Julius - 2-5 5-5 - - - 11 BARROW,Archie 1 - - - 6 ANDERSON,Dedric 1 - - - 6 PAYNE JR,Marvin - - - 1-1 - - - - 2 Total 6 2-5 5-5 1-1 - - - - 49 Opponents 14 1-1 11-13 1-1 - - - - 100

Record: Overall Home Away Neutral

All games 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 Conference 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Non-Conference 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0

Team Statistics JCSU OPP

FIRST DOWNS 39 48 R u s h i n g 21 13 P a s s i n g 14 30 P e n a l t y 4 5 RUSHING YARDAGE 436 260 Rushing Attempts 79 56 Average Per Rush 5.5 4.6 Average Per Game 218.0 130.0 TDs Rushing 4 2 PASSING YARDAGE 307 616 A t t - C o m p - I n t 63-35-2 67-43-2 Average Per Pass 4.9 9.2 Average Per Catch 8.8 14.3 Average Per Game 153.5 308.0 TDs Passing 2 8 TOTAL OFFENSE 743 876 Average Per Play 5.2 7.1 Average Per Game 371.5 438.0 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 18-278 8-147 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 2-5 4-107 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 2-0 2-7 FUMBLES-LOST 4-3 3-0 PENALTIES-Yards 12-136 14-131 PUNTS-AVG 7-35.1 7-38.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 2 8 : 2 0 2 5 : 2 2 3RD-DOWN Conversions 10/30 12/24 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4/8 1/2

Interceptions no. yds avg td lg

MONTGOMERY,Lawy 2 0 0.0 0 0

Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

WRIGHT,Julius 6 246 41.0 51 0 1 1 1 1 TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

STRICKLAND,Kenn 2 5 2.5 0 13 Total 2 5 2.5 0 13 Opponents 4 107 26.8 2 53

Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg

STRICKLAND,Kenn 11 201 18.3 0 40 LEWIS,Xavier 3 41 13.7 0 17 WOOLFORD,Maurcu 1 3 3.0 0 3 SHIVER,Tyler 1 10 10.0 0 10 PERSON,Lamarr 1 8 8.0 0 8 SALAHUDIN,Ameer 1 15 15.0 0 15 Total 18 278 15.4 0 40 Opponents 8 147 18.4 0 54

All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

ANDERSON,Ded 2 192 82 0 0 0 274 137.0 STRICKLAND,Ke 2 0 27 5 201 0 233 116.5 CARTER,Ryan 2 135 0 0 0 0 135 67.5 FRANKLIN,Jere 1 0 94 0 0 0 94 94.0 BARROW,Archie 2 49 23 0 0 0 72 36.0 Total 2 436 307 5 278 0 1026 513.0 Opponents 2 260 616 107 147 7 1137 568.5

Total g plays rush pass total avg/g

CARTER,Ryan 2 80 135 259 394 197.0 ANDERSON,Dedric 2 29 192 0 192 96.0 TOOMER,Quinton 2 10 66 0 66 33.0 PAYNE JR,Marvin 2 12 11 44 55 27.5 BARROW,Archie 2 9 49 0 49 24.5 Total 2 142 436 307 743 371.5 Opponents 2 123 260 616 876 438.0

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GoLdEn BULLS HAndEd A BIG 51-10 LoSS

BY ESCU VIKInGS AT HoME

September 5, 2009 (Week 2)

Charlotte, NC – The Johnson C. Smith University football team suffered their

first loss at home to Elizabeth City State University 51-10 Saturday evening inside the Irwin Belk Complex. JCSU drops to 0-2 overall, while the Vikings improve to 1-1; the results do not count towards either team conference record.

On the first play from scrimmage, junior quarterback Ryan Carter completed a 14 yard pass to junior receiver Jeremy Franklin. Unfortunately, Franklin fumbled the ball and ECSU recovered at the JCSU 48 yard line. The game

was mostly downhill from there for the Golden Bulls.

The Vikings scored 21 uncontested points in the first quarter. JCSU scored their first and only touchdown in the second quarter off a two yard burst into the end zone by sophomore running back Archie Barrow. The touchdown completed a six play, 45 yard drive. ECSU responded in the quarter with a 53 yard punt return for a touchdown by Reggie Smith. J.C. Smith trailed 28-7 at halftime. Elizabeth City tacked on another touchdown in the third with a 27 yard pass connection from Creven Powell to Smith. The Golden Bulls scored their last points at the beginning of the fourth with a 38 yard field goal from junior place kicker Julius Wright. ECSU scored 16 points in the fourth to account for the 51-10 final.

Carter completed 19 passes out of 30 attempts for 159 yards with two interceptions. Franklin had nine catches for 94 yards and junior safety Lawyer Montgomery had nine tackles (7 solo, 2 assisted).

Powell had 259 yards on 14-of-23 passing for three touchdowns. Cedric Blacknall rushed for 74 yards on 12 carries. Smith hauled in 82 yards and two touchdown receptions, while Dexter Manley had one catch for 57 yards and a TD.

The Golden Bulls were 4-of-14 on third down conversions and produced 264

yards of total offense.

GoLdEn BULLS LoSE SHooToUT 49-39 To

WV TECH IN SEASoN opENER

August 29, 2009 (Week 1)

Montgomery, WV – The Johnson C. Smith University football team fell

to West Virginia Institute of Technology on Saturday afternoon 49-39 on a wet Martin Field. The Golden Bears, who compete in the NAIA Mid-South Conference, improve to 1-0 in their season debut; while JCSU starts off 0-1. Both teams got right to work in the first half. WV Tech struck first on their opening drive. Michael Scott completed a 27-yard touchdown pass to Rashard Gould for the game’s initial points. The point after attempt gave the Golden Bears a 7-0 lead and capped off a five play, 73-yard drive that lasted just 38 seconds.

JCSU wasted no time responding. After a 34-yard kick return by senior receiver Kenny Strickland, the Golden Bulls only needed one play to score. Freshman tailback Dedrick Anderson sprinted 50 yards up the right side into the end zone. Junior place kicker Julius Wright tied the game with the PAT.

The Golden Bears went three and out on their next two offensive series.

JCSU put together a 10 play, 55-yard drive with their next possession that resulted in a 24-yard field goal. The score gave J.C. Smith a 10-7 lead with 2:11 remaining in the first quarter.

WV Tech really struggled on their next drive. Freshman defensive end Travis Williams sacked the quarterback for a loss of four on first down, followed by an incomplete pass, and then an interception by junior safety Lawyer Montgomery on third down. The first quarter came to a close with the Golden Bulls ahead 10-7. However, the Golden Bears recaptured the lead and went up 20-10 halfway through the second quarter.

Scott scrambled for a seven yard touchdown to complete an 11-play, 70-yard drive. On their next possession, Scott connected with JuJuan Smith for a 46-yard touchdown pass. Junior quarterback Ryan Carter helped the Golden Bulls bounced back with a three yard touchdown run to narrow WV Tech’s advantage 20-17. Scott retaliated in nine plays for WV Tech with a touchdown strike to Gary Joshway to take a 27-17 lead.

The score would remain the same heading into the locker room at halftime. JCSU got back on top with two touchdowns in the third. Anderson broke another 50+ yard run (52) to set Carter up for a nine yard touchdown dash with 13:48 remaining. The Golden Bulls second TD of the quarter came when Carter found sophomore receiver Rico Poole in the left corner of the end zone to take a 31-27 lead with four minutes left in the third.

Just before the third period drew to a close and with a steady rainfall, Carter fumbled on a scramble. WV Tech linebacker John Hellsoe recovered the ball and took it in for a touchdown to regain the lead. The Golden Bears converted on a two-point conversion to go ahead 35-31.

JCSU started the fourth quarter with the ball. However, the offense sputtered and turned the ball over on downs. Scott and Smith connected twice for 59 yards, a touchdown, and a 42-31 advantage over JCSU. Both schools scored an additional touchdown to account for the 49-39 final.

This was definitely an offensive explosion by both schools. The Golden Bulls produced 479 yards of total offense (337 rushing, 142 passing). Anderson rushed for a game-high 167 yards on 20 carries with one touchdown. Carter scored three touchdowns (one passing, two rushing), threw for 100 yards and rushed for 90. Poole was the leading receiver for the Golden Bulls with five catches for 43 yards and two TDs.

Montgomery was everywhere on the field defensively for JCSU. He had a team-high 11 tackles, two interceptions, and one forced fumble. Unfortunately, the defense allowed 447 total yards and WV Tech’s Michael Scott passed for 357 yards and five touchdowns.

2009 JCSu Football Weekly Recaps

Week 2 CIAA Conference Scoreboard

BoWIE STATE 23 SHEpHERD 21

FAYETTEVILLE ST. 20 CATAWBA 21

ELIZ. CITY ST. 51 JCSU GOLDEN BULLS 10 LIVINGSTONE 12 SAVAnnAH STATE 34

VA STATE 10 norFoLK STATE 28

SHAW 20 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 6

UnC-pEMBroKE 37 ST. pAUL’S 0 oLd domINIoN 36 CHOWAN 21

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Tigers (vs. Brevard College - 08/29/09)

Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg

---LIGGINS, Javari 4 23 0 23 0 12 5.8

TURMAN, Brandon 6 31 10 21 0 15 3.5

WALLACE, Anthon 6 16 2 14 0 12 2.3

GONZALEZ, Brad 5 15 1 14 0 5 2.8

STEWART, Trentt 5 12 0 12 0 3 2.4

WILBORN, Cesary 7 24 18 6 0 4 0.9

PERCEY, Freeman 1 5 0 5 0 5 5.0

CHARLES, Samuel 1 0 4 -4 0 0 -4.0

Totals... 35 126 35 91 0 15 2.6

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack

---WILBORN, Cesary 18-13-1 148 1 27 3

TURMAN, Brandon 10-2-1 20 0 14 1

JOHNSON, Jonath 1-1-0 20 0 20 0

PERCEY, Freeman 1-0-0 0 0 0 0

Totals... 30-16-2 188 1 27 4

Receiving No. Yds TD Long

---CHARLES, Samuel 7 88 0 26

JOHNSON, Jonath 5 53 0 19

STEPHENSON, Jac 2 33 1 27

BRADDY, Steven 1 12 0 12

SCOTT, Markel 1 2 0 2

Totals... 16 188 1 27

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB

---OWENS, Rodrigue 6 163 27.2 39 0 0

DONALDSON, Myro 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 0

Totals... 7 162 23.1 39 0 0

Punts Kickoffs Intercept

All Returns No.Yds.Lg No.Yds.Lg No.Yds.Lg

---JOHNSON, Jonath 0 0 0 3 74 39 0 0 0

CAIN, DJ 1 0 0 1 11 11 0 0 0

KENTRELL, Gilli 0 0 0 2 28 20 0 0 0

DONALDSON, Myro 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WALLACE, Anthon 0 0 0 3 93 43 0 0 0

Totals... 2 1 0 9 206 43 0 0 0

Field goal attempts

---Kickoffs No. Yds TB OB Avg

---LESLIE, Ikarl 2 97 0 0 48.5

FUMBLES: Tornados-Crumbaker, M. 2-0; Duff, M. 1-0; Compton, J. 1-0. Tigers-DONALDSON,

Myro 1-0; TURMAN, Brandon 1-0; PERCEY, Freeman 1-1; WILBORN, Cesary 1-0.

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2009 Golden Bulls Football

Johnson C. Smith Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 10, 2009)

All games

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

7 MONTGOMERY,Lawy 2 13 7 20 1.0-4 . 2-0 3 . . 1 . . 47 SIMMONS,Anthony 2 3 7 10 . . . . 21 SALAHUDIN,Ameer 2 7 2 9 . . . . 49 DEVORE,Phillip 2 7 2 9 . . . . 45 CARR IV,Perrin 2 4 4 8 0.5-2 . . . . 44 HARDEN,Colby 2 5 2 7 . . . . 99 WILLIAMS,B.L. 2 3 3 6 1.5-6 . . . . 62 BUTLER, Freddie 2 2 4 6 . . . . 54 COATS,Michael 2 1 4 5 . . . 1 . . . . . 50 MORGAN,Mike 2 2 3 5 0.5-0 . . . 1 . . . . 29 LONG,Chris 2 4 1 5 . . . . 58 HALL,Antonio 1 1 4 5 . . . . 94 WILLIAMS,Travis 2 3 1 4 1.0-4 1.0-4 . . 1 . . . . 93 BANKS,Nicholas 2 1 2 3 . . . . 73 JONES,Michael 2 1 2 3 1.0-3 . . . . 91 DUKES,Rashad 1 . 2 2 0.5-1 . . . . 9 JOHNSON,Darius 2 1 1 2 . . . . 16 SAXON,Andre 1 1 . 1 . . . . 52 CUNNINGHAM,Josh 1 1 . 1 1.0-2 . . . . 35 CARTER,Divine 1 1 . 1 . . . . 38 PERSON,Lamarr 2 . 1 1 . . . . Total 2 61 52 113 7-22 1-4 2-0 4 2 . 1 . . Opponents 2 88 62 150 15-58 4-15 2-7 7 7 3-31 3 1 .

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