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1 SOUTHERN MISS 2014 FOOTBALL C-USA Champions 1996, 1997, 1999, 2003, 2011

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3 Table of Contents Media Information 2014 Radio Affiliates Quick Facts 4 Ace Cleveland Press Box 4 CollegePressBox.com 5 Contact Information 5 Dates To Remember 4 IMG College 9 Media Information 2 Media Outlets 6 Local Hotel/Restuarant Guide 8 Pronunciation Guide 5 Travel Information 7 Team Travel Plans 7 The University Academic Succcess 19 Athletic Training 21 Carlisle-Faulkner Field 22 Director of Athletics 14 The President 13 Senior Administrative Staff 15 Southern Miss Staff 18 Strength and Conditioning 20 University Bio Season Outlook 2014 Outlook 24 Depth Chart 28 Coaching Staff Assistant Coaches 33 Head Coach Todd Monken 30 Support Staff 49 All-Time Letterwinners 151 All-Time Rankings 141 All-Time Series Records 137 All-Time Results 162 Bowl Records 186 Bowl History 175 Coaching Records 139 Golden Eagles In The Draft 188 Golden Eagles In The Pros 190 Individual Records 106 M Club Hall of Fame 148 Opponent Records 135 Player Superlatives 117 Postseason Games 150 Seasonal Leaders 124 Southern Miss Legends Club 147 Stadium Records 131 Team Records 129 The Last Time 115 Top Passing Leaders 112 Top Rushing Leaders 109 Top Total Offense Leaders 113 Year-by-Year Records 140 Conference USA 2014 Bowl Partners C-USA Standings Composite Schedule 196 Conference USA Bio Opponents Composite Schedule 208 Game-by-Game Series Results 204 Opponent Profiles 200 On The Covers Front Cover (top-bottom): Markese Triplett Rakeem Nunez-Roches Alan Howze Corey Acosta Inside Front Cover Ray Guy Inside Back Cover Khyri Thornton Back Cover (top-bottom): Jalen Richard Dasman McCullum Nick Mullens Emmanuel Johnson Tyre oune Holmes 2014 Golden Eagles Alphabetical Roster 56 Golden Eagles by Class 90 Golden Eagles by State 90 Newcomer Profiles 83 Numerical Roster 54 Player Profiles Season In Review 2013 Scoring Plays Superlatives 99 Game-by-Game Review 100 Individual Defense 96 Individual Statistics 92 Opponents Game-by-Game 98 Receiving Game-by-Game 95 Returns Game-by-Game 95 Rushing Game-by-Game 95 Team Statistics 92 Team Game-by-Game 97 History and Records All-Americans 143 All-Time Honors 144 Editors: Jack Duggan and Chris Whitehead Assistant Editors: Tim Andrzejewski, Shirley Hill, Ty Stewart Cover Photography: Joe Harper; Hattiesburg American Cover Design: Jamie Barker, Provations Group, Nicholasville, Ky. Photography: King Photography, Southern Miss Photo Services, Southern Miss Archives, The Hattiesburg American, The Clarion Ledger, Steve Coleman, Bert King, Public Relation Offices of Credits The 2014 Southern Miss Football Media Guide has been published by The University of Southern Mississippi Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, writing and design coordination by the Office of Athletic Media Relations. NFL teams represented, Ed Gardner, Kyle Neaves Layout/Design: Jamie Barker, Jai Giffin; Provations Group, The University of Southern Mississippi is an EEO/AA/Title VI/ Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services. Inquiries regarding compliance of these areas should be directed to Rebecca Woodrick, 310 McLemore Hall - Southern Miss Main Campus at southernmiss.com

4 Media Information Media Credentials All credential requests for Southern Miss home games should be directed to Jack Duggan, Assistant Director of Athletics/Media Relations, IN WRITING at least seven days prior to the game. Credentials will be screened and issued on a priority basis, with national publications, daily newspapers, wire services, originating radio and television networks, television tape crews and student newspapers from Southern Miss and the visiting school receiving top priority. Requests from weekly newspapers and radio stations that cover Southern Miss or the visiting team on a regular basis also will be honored on a spaceavailable basis. Credentials for Internet sites will be granted to the official Southern Miss Athletics site, the visiting team s official Web site and the Conference USA s official Web site, as well as internet companies that run sports-related content websites only if the company in question meets both of the following criteria. The website in question must be directly affiliated with a traditional news service, agency or company and employ a full-time staff. Also, the individuals representing the website in question must be a legitimate sports/news reporter and must provide written authorization from their respective editor to illustrate that they are directly affiliated with a traditional news service, agency or company. A letter from anyone other than an editor will not be accepted. The Athletic Media Relations Office has the final authority on whether any individuals from any organization will be issued media credentials. Space also will be made available to professional scouts when available. We do not provide complimentary tickets to the media. All credentials not mailed or picked up at the Athletic Media Relations Office prior to game day may be picked up at the press WILL CALL ticket window, located on the southwest side of Roberts Stadium. Spouses, dates, equipment carriers and nonworkers are restricted from the press box, sidelines and the locker rooms. Any abuse of a credential to a Southern Miss athletic event will result in the media agency losing credential privileges for the remainder of the season. Sideline/Photo Deck Southern Miss follows guidelines established by the NCAA Public Relations Committee, the American Football Coaches Association, and the National Photographers Association. Photographers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard lines and must wear credential and vest at all times. Vest requests should accompany normal credentials requests and will be issued on the same priority as working credentials. Credentials will not be issued to freelance photographers unless they are employed by a reputable publication or by the sports information office. Photo vests also will not be mailed and must be picked up in the press box beginning two hours prior to kickoff. The sideline pass/vest combination also can be used for access to the photo deck located immediately in front of (and access gained through) the press box. Be prepared to show identification when picking up credentials. Sidelines will be monitored, and only working media personnel will be permitted on the sideline. Press Parking Parking is limited, and passes will be issued on the same priority basis as the working media credentials. Requests for parking credentials should be submitted to Jack Duggan, Assistant Director of Athletics/Media Relations. Road Game Credentials Media members covering Southern Miss may make road-game credential requests either through the home school or the Southern Miss Athletic Media Relations Office, unless otherwise noted. The Ace Cleveland Press Box Southern Miss Ace Cleveland Press Box is located between the lower and upper decks on the west side of Roberts Stadium and is reached via the Gate 2 ramp or either the elevator to the fifth floor through Gate 4. The main working area seats approximately 60, and booths are available for home and visiting radio and home and visiting coaches. Services The Southern Miss Athletic Media Relations Office will provide game programs, flip cards, notes and complete statistics, prior to the game. Play-byplay will be available at the end of each quarter and stat summaries at halftime and the end of the game. Complete play-by-play, team and individual stats and coaches quote booklets will be available as soon as possible, following the end of the game. Postgame stats, notes and pertinent information will be faxed upon request. A pregame meal is served, starting approximately hours prior to kickoff and a dessert is served at halftime. Internet Wireless internet is also available without cost for working media in the Ace Cleveland Press Box. Please check with a member of the Southern Miss Athletic Media Relations staff for a code to get access. Interview Policies Media representatives desiring access to players, coaches and facilities must obtain the consent of the Athletic Media Relations Office. A general idea of what interviews are about may be requested; however, players and coaches will determine if they will do interviews or answer questions, not Athletic Media Relations personnel. The locker room is closed to the media at all times (preseason practice, game week, postgame and spring football). Nearby meeting rooms, lobbies and hallways are utilized for interviews. A member of the Athletic Media Relations Office will be on hand to help arrange interviews before meetings and following all practices. Members of the media should submit their interview requests to Athletic Media Relations personnel prior to the end of practice Southern Miss Football

5 Media Information Player Please contact the Athletic Media Relations Office at least one day in advance of any requested player interview. Players will return calls at a mutually acceptable time. Player interviews are permitted through Wednesday (offensive players on Tuesday; defensive players on Wednesday) of each game week. Home numbers will not be given out. Do not attempt to interview any player on the phone, through social media outlets or in person without setting up the interview with the Athletic Media Relations Office. There will be no exceptions. Coaches With the start of fall practice, and throughout the season, please arrange all interviews with coaches through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Head Coach Todd Monken is normally available in the morning, Monday through Wednesday, for telephone interviews arranged in advance through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Practices Media representatives are invited to attend practices at any time (unless prior notice of a closed practice is given). When the season starts, however, cameras will not be allowed once the teamwork part of practice begins. Postgame After home games and following his closed meeting with the players, Coach Monken will move to a designated location for his postgame interview session. Media members will be polled in the press box late in the game, and a limited number of players selected by the media will be brought into the same location as Coach Monken and will be available to the media following his interview session. The same format will be used for postgame interviews following road games, with the coach moving to whatever location is designated for visiting coaches. The Sports Information Director of the visiting school will establish admittance policies to the visiting locker room at Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium. Jack Duggan, Assistant Director of Athletics/Media Relations, will be available to assist in all interview requests. Ticket Information Tickets to all 12 Southern Miss football games may be purchased through the Southern Miss Athletic Ticket Office. There are a variety of ticket purchase plans for both Eagle Club members and the general public. For more information regarding tickets to Southern Miss football, contact the ticket office at (601) SouthernMiss.com Notes, releases, statistics and other pertinent information are available on Southern Miss official Web site, SouthernMiss.com. The official statistics will be available on the same day of home games and the day after road games. Notes on the upcoming game will be updated by the end of Monday of game week. Media can also access collegepressbox.com for coaches and player head shots as well as other information regarding Golden Eagle and Conference USA football. Please contact Southern Miss Athletic Media Relations personnel to receive the password to gain entrance to the site. Weekly News Conference On Mondays prior to each football game, Coach Todd Monken, Coach Chip Lindsey and Coach David Duggan will be available to meet the media at the football meeting rooms located in the Southern Miss Athletic Center at Roberts Stadium. Coach Monken will begin the interview session at 11:45 a.m., followed by the two coordinators at Noon and a couple selected players. Players selected for a weekly press conference will not be eligible to be interviewed following practice during the week. Conference USA Teleconference The Conference USA coaches will be featured on a teleconference, on Monday, August 25. Each coach will be available for seven minutes. there will be an additional call the Monday of the C-USA Championship game for the two participating head coaches. The teleconference number will be mailed to media members who cover Southern Miss football. Members of the media can also secure the number by calling the Conference USA office at Athletic Media Relations Office The Athletic Media Relations Office is located on the 2nd floor of the Duff Athletic Center, which is located in the north end zone of Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium. The Athletic Media Relations suite in rooms Southern Miss Athletic Media Relations Department Jack Duggan Assistant Director of Athletics/Media Relations Shirley Hill Associate Director of Athletic Media Relations Tim Andrzejewski Associate Director of Athletic Media Relations Chris Whitehead Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations Ty Stewart Office Manager 3 southernmiss.com

6 Media Information Dates to Remember July Conference USA Football Kick-off (Dallas, Texas) July 31 All players report to camp August 1 First day of practice August 9 Southern Miss Football Media Day August 9 Meet the Eagles/ Hattiesburg Fanfare August 20 Classes Begin August 30 Season Opener at Mississippi State 6:30 p.m., CT Robert H. Ace Cleveland Press Box The press box at M. M. Roberts Stadium is named after former University of Southern Mississippi Sports Information Director Robert H. Ace Cleveland. Cleveland joined the University staff in September 1955 and retired in He passed away on April 17, 1995, at the age of 68. The Hattiesburg native and Southern Miss graduate began his career at the University as Assistant Director of Public Relations and Sports Information. He was appointed Director two years later and worked in that capacity until Public Relations and Sports Information were split in He then began concentrating solely on athletics. During his career, Ace witnessed 325 consecutive Golden Eagle football games, the third-longest streak at that time among sports information directors in the country. His support of the Golden Eagles continued until his death. Prior to joining the University staff, he was a news reporter/sports editor for the Hattiesburg American for just over eight years and a sportswriter for the Jackson Daily News for one year. Ace, and his wife, Carrie, who passed away in July 1996, had two sons, both sportswriters. Rick is the current director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, and Bobby writes for Mississippi Sportsman. In 1980, Ace was inducted into the Mississippi Sportswriters (MSWA) Hall of Fame as one of five charter members. He was inducted into The University of Southern Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 1985 and into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in Southern Miss Quick Facts General Information School: University of Southern Mississippi City/Zip: Hattiesburg, MS Founded: 1910 Enrollment: 15,325 Nickname: Golden Eagles School Colors: Black and Gold Stadium: Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Capacity: 36,000 Surface: Matrix Turf Affiliation: NCAA I-A Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Rodney Bennett Athletics Director: Bill McGillis Athletic Dept. Phone: (601) Press Box Phone: Coaching Staff Head Coach: Todd Monken (Knox College, 89) Record at school (yrs.): 1-11 (First Year) Career record (yrs.): Same Football office phone: (601) Best time/day to reach coach: Through SID Assistant Coaches Jon Williams (Wingate/ 96/Asst. HC, Player Pers.) David Duggan (New Hampshire/ 86/DC, LB) Chip Lindsey (Alabama/ 97/OC, QB) John Wozniak (Knox College/ 99/Special Teams, IWR) Pete Golding (Delta State/ 05/Safeties) Derrick LeBlanc (Northwestern State/ 97/DL) Luke Meadows (South Dakota State/ 99/OL) Lytrel Pollard (Southern Miss/ 98/CB) John Simon (Louisiana Tech/ 03/RB) Support Staff John Carr, Football Operations (Louisiana Tech, 96) Dayne Brown, Dir. of High School Relations (Morehead St. 03) Mark Smith, Strength (NC State 89) Todd McCall, Trainer (Alabama 96) Patrick Stewart, Equipment (Cincinnati 96) Tara Weisshaar, Video Ops. (Bethany College, 08) Team Information 2013 Record: 1-11 Conference record/finish: 1-7/Tied 5th East Final ranking (poll): N/A Base Offense: Spread Base Defense: Southern Miss Football

7 Contact Information Southern Miss Athletic Media Relations Office Jack Duggan Assistant AD/Football Contact (cell) Chris Whitehead Assistant Director/Secondary Contact Mailing Information: Athletic Media Relations The University of Southern Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics 118 College Drive, #5161 Hattiesburg, MS Phone Fax Overnight Shipping Information: Athletic Media Relations The University of Southern Mississippi Intercollegiate Athletics 2609 W. 4th Street Hattiesburg, MS Web Site: SouthernMiss.com @CoachToddMonken Conference USA Media Relations Office Russ Anderson Assistant Commissioner/Football Contact Mailing Information: Conference USA 5201 North O Connor - Suite 300 Irving, Texas Phone: Fax: Web Site: Twitter CollegePressBox.com Collegepressbox.com is the official media website for Conference USA football. Access and download weekly game notes, quotes, statistics, media guides and more for the conference and each of its 13 member schools throughout the season. Login information will be distributed to accredited media or you can apply for a password by sending an to Players Jarrell Aaron Corey Acosta Keelan Anderson Jomez Applewhite Nic Bekkers Matt Bergeron David Bertucci Chaz Cavignac Jacorius Cotton Devin Farrior Darrion Goudy Johntre Goudy Wesley Haas Rashod Hill Tyre oune Holmes Alan Howze Urell Johnson Vohn Keith Ta Dren Kennedy Curtis Mikell Dasman McCullum Hayden McMahan Kewin Nielson Rakeem Nunez-Roches Ja Boree Poole Kalan Reed Marquise Ricard Jalen Richard Tyler Sarrazin Lance Schuffert Kyle Sloter Ito Smith Markese Triplett Antrion Walker Terrick Wright Coaches David Duggan Lytrel Pollard John Wozniak Pronunciation Guide Call Us Southern Miss Juh-rell uh-cost-uh key-lin Joe-mezz Nick Beckers Burr-ger-on Burr-too-cee Chas Cav-eg-knack Ju-core-ee-us Dev-on Fare-ee-or Dare-ee-on Gowdy John-trey Gowdy Hoss Ruh-shod Tie-ree-on like House Your-el Von Tay-dren Michael Daz-mun Mac-muh-han Kevin Ru-keem New-nes Row-ches Juh-Bore-e Kay-lun Mar-kee-eese Ree-card Jay-lyn Ree-shard Sare-ruh-zen shoe-fir-t Slow-ter E-toe Mar-kee-eese An-tree-on tear-ick (Dug-gan) (Luh-trell) (Wozz-knee-ack) The Southern Miss Department of Athletics and its 16 NCAA Division I sports programs respectfully request that only Southern Miss be used in all references. Please refrain from using Southern Mississippi, So. Miss., So. Mississippi and the acronym USM. Also, please refer to us as the Southern Miss Golden Eagles or Golden Eagles for short. Correct Usage: Southern Miss Don t Use: So. Miss., So. Mississippi 5 southernmiss.com

8 Media Outlets Wire Service Contacts Phone Fax Web Site The Associated Press (Jackson) David Brandt State Newspapers Contacts Phone Fax Web Site Hattiesburg American Jason Munz (BW) Sun Herald Doug Barber (SE) Clarion Ledger Zack Creglow (SE) Brookhaven Daily Leader Marty Albright McComb Enterprise-Journal Ethan Levine (SE) Meridian Star Tony Tsoukalas (SE) Mississippi Press Creg Stephenson Natchez Democrat Michael Kerekes (SE) NE Mississippi Daily Journal John Pitts Picayune Item Curtis Rockwell Vicksburg Post Ernest Bowker Columbian Progress Mark Rogers The Student Printz TBA Regional Newspapers Contacts Phone Fax Web Site Mobile Press-Register Randy Kennedy (SE) New Orleans Times-Picayune Marcus Carmouche (SE) Television Contacts Phone Fax Web Site WDAM-TV (NBC/ABC-Hattiesburg, MS) Austin Simmons WHLT-TV (CBS-Hattiesburg, MS) Jeff Haeger WLOX-TV (ABC-Biloxi, MS) A.J. Giardina WAPT-TV (ABC-Jackson, MS) Aslan Hodges WJTV-TV (CBS-Jackson, MS) T.J. Werre WLBT-TV (ABC-Jackson, MS) Mike Sands WTOK-TV (ABC-Meridian, MS) Lindsey Hall Radio Contacts Phone Fax Web Site Southern Miss IMG College Network John Cox WXRR-FM (104.5-Laurel/Hattiesburg) Tom Colt WKZW-FM (94.3-Laurel/Hattiesburg) WXHB-FM (96.5-Hattiesburg) WUSM-FM (88.5-Hattiesburg) Southern Miss Football

9 Travel Information 2014 Team Travel Plans Mississippi State Aug. 30 Ramada Inn Columbus - HWY Hwy 45 N Columbus, MS Phone: (662) Travel: Charter Bus Alabama Sept. 13 Birmingham Marriott 3590 Grandview Pkwy. Birmingham, AL Phone: (205) Travel: Charter Bus Middle Tennessee Oct. 4 Franklin Marriott Cool Springs 700 Cool Springs Blvd. Franklin, TN Phone: (615) Travel: Charter Flight North Texas Oct. 18 Omni Park West 1590 LBJ Freeway Dallas, TX Phone: (214) Travel: Charter Flight UTEP Nov. 1 El Paso Marriott 1600 Airway Blvd. El Paso, TX Phone: (915) Travel: Charter Flight UTSA Nov. 13 Holiday Inn Airport 77 NE Loop 410 San Antonio, Tx Phone: (318) Travel: Charter Flight Charter flights will take off from Pine Belt Regional Airport. Travel Party will return immediately following the game. Mileage Chart Distance to Hattiesburg Miles Hours Mississippi State Starkville, Miss :59 Alcorn State Lorman, Miss :54 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala :49 Appalachian State Boone, N.C :17 Rice Houston, Texas 439 7:24 Middle Tenn. Murfreesboro, Tenn :35 North Texas Denton, Texas 520 8:32 Louisiana Tech Ruston, La :51 UTEP El Paso, Texas 1,126 18:56 Marshall Huntington, W.Va :46 UTSA San Antonio, Texas 630 9:26 UAB Birmingham, Ala :35 Directions From the North (Jackson, Miss.): Take US 49 South. Once in Hattiesburg, you will see Roberts Stadium on the right. Turn right onto service road, immediately turn right (North) parallel to US 49. Go to first light, turn left onto West 4th St. Proceed to first light and take a left onto the campus. From the South (Gulfport/Biloxi): Take US 49 North. Once in Hattiesburg, you will see Roberts Stadium on the left. Turn left onto the service road at the North end of the stadium. Immediately turn right and continue (north) to the light at West 4th St. Turn left at light. Proceed to first light and take a left onto the campus. From the Southeast (Mobile, Ala.): Take (either) US 98 to US 49 North (or) I-10 West to US 49 North to Hattiesburg. Once in Hattiesburg, you will see Roberts Stadium on the left. Turn left onto the service road at the North end of the stadium. Immediately turn right and continue (north) to the light at West 4th St. Turn left and proceed to the first light. Take a left onto the campus. From the Southwest (New Orleans): Take I-10 East to I-10/I-12/I-59 interchange and I-59 to Hattiesburg. Take US 98E/Hardy Street exit. Go to second light, North 38th Avenue, turn left. Go to next light (West 4th St.) and turn right. Pass baseball stadium on left and coliseum on right until stop light. Take right at light onto campus. From the West: Take US 98 East. Cross over I-59. Go to second light, North 38th Ave., turn left. Go to next light (West 4th St.) and turn right. Pass coliseum on right and baseball stadium on left and go to stop light. Take right at light onto campus. 7 southernmiss.com

10 Local Hotel/Restaurant Guide Recommended Local Hotels Baymont Inn 123 Plaza Dr Candlewood Suites 9 Gateway Dr Comfort Inn 6541 Hwy Comfort Suites 122 Plaza Dr Courtyard By Marriott 119 Grand Ave Fairfield Inn 173 Thornhill Dr Hampton Inn Hwy 98 West Hilton Garden Inn 133 Plaza Dr Holiday Inn 10 Gateway Dr LaQuinta 6563 US Hwy Microtel Inn & Suites 105 Westover Dr University Inn 6563 Hwy Recommended Local Restaurants Applebee s 3703 Hardy St Bianchi s Pizzeria 128 E. Front St Bop s Frozen Custard 3320 Hardy St Buffalo Wild Wings 3 Churchill Street Brownstone s Restaurant 103 E. Front St Conestoga Steak House Hwy 49 North Crescent City Grill/Purple Parrot Cafe 3810 Hardy Street Dickey s Barbeque 50 Cross Creek Pkw Domino s Pizza 3211 Hardy St The End Zone 2505 W. 4th St Five Guys Burgers and Fries 6095 US Hwy Georgia Blue 4404 Hardy St Gold Post Sandwich House 2210 Hardy St Izzo s illegal Burrito 3319 Hardy St Jimmy John s 3317 Hardy St Keg and Barrel 1315 Hardy St Kentucky Fried Chicken 2701 Hardy Street La Fiesta Brava 6174 US Hwy Leatha s Bar-B-Que 6374 Hwy Lenny s 3704 Hardy St Mugshots 204 N. 40th St Pizza Hut 3610 Hardy St Po-Boy Express 2511 W. 4th Street Popeye s 105 N. 26th Ave Raising Cane s 3509 Hardy St Qdoba Mexican Grill 3705 Hardy Street Sonic 3700 W. 4th Street Strick s BBQ 3802 W. 4th St Subway 2910 Hardy St Ward s 101 Thornhill Dr Wendy s 201 Westover Dr All numbers are 601 area code Southern Miss Football

11 Southern Miss IMG Sports Network The Southern Miss IMG College Network broadcast team Bo Morgan, John Cox, Joe Bryant and Vic Purvis eteran sportscaster John Cox, Director of VSports Broadcasting, is in his 37th season at Southern Miss and will handle the play-byplay duties for Golden Eagle football again this year. Among his many duties at Southern Miss, the six-time Mississippi Sportscaster of the Year also handles the play-by-play broadcasts of Golden Eagle football, men s basketball and baseball. He also hosts the Southern Miss Sports Today television shows with Head Football Coach Todd Monken and Head Basketball Coach Doc Sadler, pregame radio as well as weekly radio shows. Vic Purvis, a former Golden Eagle quarterback, is in his 41st year as the color analyst on the team. Purvis has one of the longest tenures in the country in his current role by bringing insight and knowledge on Golden Eagle football and has now been a part of over 400 Southern Miss football broadasts. Also assisting the broadcast team this season will be Dr. Chester Bo Morgan and former Golden Eagle Joe Bryant. Morgan, a 1974 graduate of Southern Miss, will assist with locker room and sideline interviews while Bryant will serve as the booth spotter and statistician. Morgan serves as a professor of History and also serves as the University Historian. He has most recently written the centential history of Southern Miss in a book entitled: Treasured Past, Golden Future: The Centennial History of the University of Southern Mississippi. Bryant was a member on the Golden Eagle squad from 1971 to 1975 and former president of the M-Club Alumni Association. He is a local Shelter Insurance agent and has long served residents of the Hub City. IMG College of Winston-Salem, N.C., the national leader in collegiate sports marketing, has served as the exclusive rights holder for Southern Miss Athletics since The company maintains an office at the Athletic Center and works closely with the Southern Miss athletics staff to develop, produce, and sell all 9 southernmiss.com

12 Southern Miss IMG Sports Network sponsorship and promotional activities surrounding Golden Eagle Athletics. Broadcasts of Southern Miss athletics can be heard throughout the state of Mississippi and into parts of Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas and the Florida panhandle. Partnered with Blakeney Communications, WXRR-FM Rock 104 (104.5) in Hattiesburg- Laurel, boasting a powerful 100,000 watt signal, will again serve as the flagship station for the network broadcasting football and basketball. Other Blakeney Communications stations, WXHB-FM (96.5), will be the home for women s basketball and WKZW-FM (94.3) for baseball. In addition to producing the Southern Miss radio network, IMG College markets the official Internet site (SouthernMiss.com), the weekly coaches radio show, coaches television shows (Southern Miss Sports Today), venue signage, video board advertising, venue promotional opportunities, game programs, the official athletic publication (The Screamin Eagle) and corporate hospitality. IMG College is the rights holder for more than 200 of the nation s top collegiate properties including the NCAA and its 89 championships, NCAA Football, leading conferences, and many of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country including several other schools within Confernece USA. Southern Miss Sports Today with Todd Monken Southern Miss Sports Today with Todd Monken will air on commercial television stations as well as at SouthernMiss.com weekly throughout the season. The 30-minute program, hosted by the Voice of the Golden Eagles John Cox and Coach Monken, takes viewers inside Southern Miss football with interviews, game highlights and interesting features. Golden Eagle Hotline with Todd Monken The Golden Eagle Hotline with Todd Monken can be heard throughout Mississippi and in several adjacent states each Thursday night from 7-8 p.m., live from Mugshots Bar and Grill (203 N. 40th Ave.) on the Southern Miss IMG College Network. Golden Eagle Hotline begins Thur., Aug. 21, and continues for 15 consecutive weeks. Southern Miss IMG Sports Network Flagship Station Market Station Frequency Power (Watts) Hattiesburg WXRR-FM ,000 Affiliates Biloxi/Gulfport WUJM-FM ,300 Columbia WFFF-FM ,000 Jackson WQJQ-FM ,000 Lucedale WRBE-AM* ,000 Lucedale WRBE-FM* ,000 McComb WAKH-FM ,000 Meridian WEXR-FM ,300 Philadelphia WHOC-AM ,000 Philadelphia WWSL-FM ,900 * - Selected Games All affiliates are subject to change (As of July 31, 2014) Southern Miss Football

13 THE UNIVERSITY

14 The University of Southern Mississippi Founded in 1910, The University of Southern Mississippi has grown from a small teachers college to a comprehensive doctoral and researchdriven institution with a diverse student body of approximately 16,000 students from 67 foreign countries, all regions of the United States and every corner of Mississippi. With a proud history and an eye on the future, the University maintains a tradition of success in both academics and athletics, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 180 programs through six degree-granting colleges. A dual-campus university, Southern Miss serves students on campuses in Hattiesburg and Long Beach, in addition to five teaching and research sites in Mississippi. Hattiesburg Campus Characterized by history and tradition, the Hattiesburg campus sits on 300 acres in the middle of the city. More than 180 buildings dot a landscape that has been transformed into a pedestrian-friendly environment for students, employees and visitors. From the rustic, industrial feel of the Power House Restaurant to the ultra-modern Trent Lott Center, the campus has a character and charm all its own in the heart of an urban setting. Gulf Park Campus Surrounded by live oak trees and sitting along the waters of the Gulf of Mexico sound, the 52-acre Gulf Park campus in Long Beach provides a beautiful setting for both learning and research. Not only is it the only beachfront campus in the state, but the Gulf Park campus offers educational opportunities ranging from freshman coursework to doctoral degree programs. Conducting transformative research As the premier research university of the Gulf South, Southern Miss takes pride in being classified as a RU/H: Research University (high research activity) by the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching among doctorate-granting universities. As a proven leader in innovation, Southern Miss is generating real-world solutions through transformative research. In fact, a recent research project was one of only two worldwide selected by NASA to be conducted on the International Space Station. Making an impact on the community By going beyond the boundaries of the University campuses, the people of Southern Miss are making a real difference in the community. Students contributed more than 100,000 hours of volunteer service last year, and the University has been honored with the prestigious Carnegie Community Engagement Classification for the many ways in which students, faculty, staff and programs engage and enhance the people and places of South Mississippi and beyond. Achieving on the field and in the classroom Winning national scholarships is a proud tradition of the Honors College. For the last two years, Southern Miss accounted for the only Truman Scholarship winners from a Mississippi university. And since 2006, Southern Miss students have collected seven Goldwater Scholarships, 10 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships and numerous other prestigious awards. On the field, Southern Miss has won five Conference USA football championships, three Conference USA baseball championships and the 2014 Conference USA basketball championship. Off the field, the University is continually recognized for having the highest graduation rate in the state among men s athletics programs, winning the Halbrook Award in 2013 for the ninth time in 10 years. And for the second consecutive year, the Southern Miss women s cross country team has posted the highest GPA in the country. Providing an experience that lasts a lifetime The University is nationally recognized for its work in the arts, polymer and marine sciences, business, nursing, health, and education, among other programs. Students at Southern Miss are afforded international experience through study-abroad programs in more than 20 countries including the popular British Studies program in London Southern Miss Football

15 Dr. Rodney D. Bennett took office as the 10th President of The University of Southern Mississippi on April 1, 2013, and immediately made student success the top institutional priority. His commitment to student enrollment, retention, progression and graduation permeate the University s campuses and teaching and research sites in Hattiesburg and on the Gulf Coast. In the months following the Board of Trustees announcement to appoint Dr. Bennett, the University saw the best of times and the worst of times. Just a few days after his selection, the University s Hattiesburg campus was struck by a powerful tornado that ripped through not only Southern Miss but also the surrounding community. No lives were lost, but several buildings on campus were damaged or destroyed. Dr. Bennett has led the institution s successful recovery and restoration process. His commitment to the Gulf Coast, including major operations at the Gulf Park Campus in Long Beach, the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) in Ocean Springs, and the Department of Marine Science, housed at the John C. Stennis Space Center, is strong as well. Under Dr. Bennett s leadership, the University has invested in new academic leadership positions on the Gulf Park Campus, lobbied successfully for legislative support for GCRL, and responded to student requests for health and wellness facilities. Prior to his role at USM, Dr. Bennett was the Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Georgia. He holds a Doctor of Education Degree in Educational Administration from Tennessee State University in Nashville, a Specialist in Education Degree and a Master of Education Degree in Educational Administration from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mass Communication from Middle Tennessee State. The Bennett family Dr. Bennett s wife, Temple, is a member of The Links, Inc., an international women s social and public service organization founded on the principles Dr. Rodney D. Bennett University President of friendship and service, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She earned her bachelor of business administration degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 1991 and her master of business education degree from the same institution in The couple has two teenage daughters, Colby and Logan. About the President Appointed to the presidency by the Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher Learning, Dr. Bennett is charged with serving as both the chief executive officer and principal educational officer of The University of Southern Mississippi. Specifically, the IHL Board delegates to its university presidents administrative control of the universities over which they preside. This includes responsibility for the administration of the divisions and departments of each institution and for keeping its expenditures strictly in harmony with the budget authorized by the IHL Board. The president also must take the initiative in shaping the University s educational policy and academic standards in cooperation with the State Commissioner of Higher Education. The president has final authority over all employees. The president also is charged with the responsibility of maintaining appropriate standards of student conduct. 13 southernmiss.com

16 hen Bill McGillis Wwas named the sixth full-time Director of Athletics at The University of Southern Mississippi in the summer of the 2013, he literally hit the ground running with a goal of making Southern Miss athletics the best that it can be, both on and off the athletic venues. McGillis came to Southern Miss with a unique vision and a belief that Golden Eagle athletics could be one of the premier programs in not only Conference USA, but in the country as well. His goal for the future of Southern Miss athletics is not only focused on immediate opportunities to improve all 16 programs, but also a long-range vision of what the program can become over the next decade. To accomplish these goals, McGillis realizes that the athletic department must create the best possible environment for the student-athletes and the Golden Eagle fans and must continue to cultivate new and creative ways to find the resources necessary to allow the program to continue to compete at the highest intercollegiate level. His impact since his hire on July 18, 2013, is very apparent. Included in that first year on the job was his first three significant coaching hires, including the naming of Amanda Berkley as women s volleyball coach, Zubin Engineer as men s tennis coach and Doc Sadler as the men s basketball coach. In Berkley, he hired an individual who was later named to the Thirty Under 30 list by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, recognizing outstanding individuals in the sport of volleyball under the age of 30 after capturing 17 victories in her first season. That bettered the win total by nine games from the previous season. Engineer captured 12 victories and a plus-.500 record in a much improved schedule for the Golden Eagles this past spring, while Sadler comes to Southern Miss with a solid pedigree that includes head coaching stops at UTEP and Nebraska in his career. In the respective playing venues, the Golden Eagle men s basketball team won the Conference USA men s basketball crown, its first title since the campaign. The men s team reached the postseason for the third consecutive season with it also earning its second-straight NIT quarterfinal appearance, while the women s squad captured 27 wins and made it to the postseason for the first time since the campaign. Lady Eagle coach Joye Lee-McNelis was named the C-USA Coach of the Year, while player Jamierra Faulkner not only won the Gillom Trophy for top collegiate women s basketball Bill McGillis Athletics Director Southern Miss Football player in the state of Mississippi, but was drafted by the Chicago Sky of the WNBA. In total, the two programs captured 56 victories marking one of just nine Division I schools to have a combined total of victories between the men s and women s basketball programs. McGillis also brought in an outside ticket company, IMG-Learfield, the first time that that has happened to assist in the sale of season and single-game tickets. He also issued a feasibility study on Reed Green Coliseum. Populous, a company that describes itself as a global collective of architects, designers, technical experts and industry veterans, to present the findings by the end of July. The firm is also preparing a feasibility study on the renovation or possible relocation of the student-athletes academic center. McGillis comes to Southern Miss from the University of South Florida, where he served as Executive Associate Athletic Director. In that role, he is the sport administrator for the football, baseball and softball programs and was responsible for leading the department s revenue-generating units, including marketing, ticket sales, licensing, merchandising and communications. Throughout his tenure at USF, which began in 2007, the university enjoyed extraordinary increases in tickets sales and other revenue streams. In 2007, football ticket sales nearly doubled from approximately 30,000 per game in 2006 to more than 53,000 per contest. Beginning in 2009, USF began a $69 million facelift of its Athletics District, constructing six new venues, including new baseball and softball stadiums, soccer stadium and track stadium. Construction was completed over a 24-month period, and, based on the number of venues built at one time, is believed to be the single largest athletics project undertaken at a Division I institution in decades. McGillis brought to Southern Miss more than 25 years of administrative experience in intercollegiate athletics. Prior to his tenure at South Florida, he served as Director of Athletics at the University of Evansville from 2002 to At Evansville, McGillis initiated improvements to the university s basketball, administrative and weight room facilities, and increased scholarship support and funding. The Purple Aces baseball program achieved unprecedented success, winning the Missouri Valley Conference Championship for the first time. McGillis also spent nearly four years as the Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of New Mexico, and 13 years at the University of Houston in a similar role. McGillis earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in sports administration from St. Thomas University (Fla.) in 1984 and graduated from the Sports Management Institute Program in He and his wife Margie, both natives of Seattle, have five children sons Jordan, Taylor and Will, and daughters Marissa and Gabrielle.

17 Senior Administrative Staff Kent Hegenauer Associate Director of Athletics/ Senior Internal Operations Director Kent Hegenauer is in his third year as the Senior Internal Operations Director at Southern Miss after stepping into the capacity in January Hegenauer serves as the department s chief internal operating officer and has direct oversight and provides leadership in the areas of budget, policies and procedures, facilities and premium seating. He also has oversight and leadership roles in the areas of event management, personnel, ticket sales and ticket operations, as well as serving as sport administrator for men s basketball. Hegenaur joined the Southern Miss staff in 2008 as the Associate Director of Athletics but added the senior role in Prior to Southern Miss, he served as the Director of Ticket Operations at the University of South Carolina from 2005 to 2008 and the Director of Ticket Operations at Texas Christian University from 2003 to In 2003, he ended a four-year stint at Michigan State University where he served as the Assistant Ticket Manager. He also had a two-year stop at C-USA member Tulane, where he was a ticket manager in Hegenauer is a 1996 graduate of Indiana University. Jeremy McClain Deputy Director of Athletics Jeremy McClain starts his third year as the Deputy Director of Athletics. McClain oversee the daily marketing and ticket sales operations while supervising the athletics department development program, including the Eagle Club, major gifts and the Circle of Champions. He is also the sport administrator for both football and baseball as well. Prior to Southern Miss, McClain served five years as the Director of Athletics at Delta State, from Before becoming Athletics Director, he served as the Director of Development for the Delta State University Foundation during the academic year. Prior to joining Delta State, McClain served as a Marketing Representative for Federated Insurance Company. From , he was an Account Executive for the Jackson Senators Minor League Baseball Team. McClain played professional baseball for five years, where he was a three-time Central Baseball League All-Star. McClain is a 1999 graduate of Delta State, where he was a Division II Baseball All-American. Daniel Feig Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Compliance Daniel Feig is in his second year as Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Compliance at Southern Miss. In his role as Senior Associate AD, Feig has direct responsibility for the department s rules compliance program; provide oversight of student-athlete services; serve as a sport administrator; and serve as a liaison to the university s General Counsel among other duties. Feig comes to Southern Miss after spending two years as Director of Compliance at the University of Alabama. In his role with the Crimson Tide, Feig served as the primary contact for all rules interpretations and was responsible for the designing, coordinating and administering the rules education program to all coaches and constituent groups. In addition, he was the primary compliance contact for all Alabama football academic eligibility issues as well as the primary person for men s basketball in regards to compliance issues. His duties at Alabama also included overseeing the school s APR and academic certification programs. While at Alabama, Feig was a member of the State of Alabama s Athlete Agent Commission, in which he helped re-draft Alabama s agent law and re-wrote the University of Alabama s Academic Certification Policy Manual and made significant changes to the procedure to strengthen the academic certification process. He was the primary compliance contact for all promotional requests and coach/student-athlete appearances and a featured presenter at the Group of 10 Compliance Summit at Regional Rules in May, 2013, which included 10 of the largest athletic departments compliance leaders that get together yearly to discuss best practices for high-profile institutions. Prior to working at Alabama, Feig worked as 15 southernmiss.com

18 Senior Administrative Staff the Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance at Arkansas State for two years. Before getting into athletics, he served as an associate attorney for both Carr, Allison, P.C. - for almost three years - and Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, P.A. for over three years, both firms in Birmingham, Ala. Feig is a 1999 Bachelor of Arts graduate of Birmingham-Southern College, where he played on the soccer team there, earning Final Four spots in three of his four seasons there. He also holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law in Sonya Varnell Senior Associate Director of Athletics/ Olympic Sports/Senior Woman Administrator Sonya Varnell is in her ninth year as the Senior Associate Director of Athletics as Senior Woman Administrator. In this role, Varnell provides oversight for 13 of the department s 16 intercollegiate sport programs, which includes complete management of the sport, including business and finance, facility development and fundraising. She also directs and monitors the department s gender and minority equity plans, as well as coordinates fund raising efforts for the women s sport programs. Her other areas of responsibility include coordinating the department s performance evaluations and monitoring the hiring practice of the athletics department and provide diversity training workshops for the athletics staff. Varnell joined the Southern Miss staff in 1999 as an associate athletics director and added the senior associate title in Prior to Southern Miss, she was the Business Manager for Varnell Construction for one year and worked with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation as a Bundeskanzler Scholar. For four years, from , she was the Coordinator of Multicultural Programs for Athletics at Nebraska, and a two-year stint as the Compliance and Academic Affairs Assistant for the Southeastern Conference precedded that. Varnell, a 1991 and 1989 graduate of Ole Miss, spent two years as the graduate assistant track and field coach for the Rebels after a four-year letter winning career. Varnell has one daughter, Sophia, who is a graduate of Spelman College and William Carey University. Dr. Dennis Phillips Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Dennis Phillips is in his 10th season as the Faculty Athletic Representative to the department. Phillips provides input to the athletics department in relation to budgetary matters, policy and governance and compliance, also serves as the voice of the faculty on all matters relating to intercollegiate athletics. Phillips, a professor in the University s school of Human Performance and Recreation came to Southern Miss in 1992 as a Tenured Associate Professor. In 1999, he added the title of Graduate Coordinator for the school. Prior to Southern Miss, he coordinated solicitation for the Volleyball Hall of Fame for a year and was the Assistant Director of Athletics at Springfield College for three years from 1987 to From 1978 to 1987, Phillips was the Basketball Administrator at Southwest Baptist University while also serving as a Tenured Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education. A two-year stint as an admission counselor and Director of Intramurals and Physical Education teacher at Mount Marty College followed a two-year stop as a Physical Education and History teacher. Phillips earned his doctorate at Springfield College in 1990 and his master s at Whitworth College in He earned his bachelor s at Pacific Lutheran in Christi Holloway Chief Financial Officer Christi Holloway serves as the Chief Financial Officer for the USM Athletic Department and has done so since January Prior to serving the department directly, Holloway has overseen the USM Athletic Foundation since 2001, a responsbility she still holds. In this capacity, Holloway is responsible for determining the fiscal requirements, developing and monitoring the annual budget and maintaining all athletic financial records. Holloway prepares and analyzes all financial statements; reporting progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations and conclusions to the VP of Financial Affairs and reporting to the Athletic Foundation Board of Directors. She serves as the department s Southern Miss Football

19 Senior Administrative Staff liaison to the University s audit, budget, and financial administration offices. Prior to Southern Miss, Holloway was the Assistant Comptroller for Georgia Gulf Chemical for two years and a Controller for J&R Restaurant Group from 1997 to 1999). From 1991 to 1997, she served as a CPA with a focus on Public Accounting. Holloway is a two-time alumnus of The University of Southern Mississippi, earning her bachelor s in Accounting in 1991 and her MBA in She is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant. Brent Jones Associate Athletic Director/ Marketing and Communications Brent Jones enters his fourth year as the Associate Athletic Director/Marketing and Communications at the University. In this capacity, Jones serves as the department s chief marketing, advertising, and communication officer and has direct oversight and responsibility for the areas of sports information, licensing, video operations, multimedia, broadcasting, IMG College, and is the sport administrator for the university spirit squads. Since his appointment to the position in June 2011, Jones has increased Twitter followers by 600% and Facebook likes by 300% and has launched numerous billboards campaigns. Under Jones, the Golden Eagles saw record attendance for C-USA games against UCF and SMU, setting high-water marks for C-USA games for the school. Southern Miss was also featured on three CBS Sports Network specials that resulted in over $400,000 worth of free national exposure and advertising. Prior to Southern Miss, Jones spent five years at Georgia Southern, first as the Director of Eagle Sports Marketing and then as the Assistant Athletic Director of Eagle Sports Marketing. While there, he raised $8 million in external funding through sponsorships, VIP suites, ticket sales and corporate trade outs. In addition, he secured the top three largest corporate sponsorships in the history of the GSU athletics program as well helped increase football season ticket revenue by 100 percent over that span. Jones also spent one year as the Director of Game Day Operations for Rebel Sports Marketing at Ole Miss. Jones is a 2004 graduate of Oglethore University where he earned his degree in History and Secondary Education while also participating as a member of the school s baseball team. He also holds his master s degree from the University of Mississippi. Brian Morrison Associate Athletic Director/Major Gifts Brian Morrison begins his third year as the Associate Athletic Director for Major Gifts, a position he began in March Morrison returned to the department after a 14 - month stint with the University s Foundation where he served as a development officer. As the director for major gifts, Morrison is tasked with identifying and securing donors for major and planned contributions to the athletic department. He is also charged with coordinating the process of receiving gifts used by the department for scholarships and other budgetary needs. Morrison previously served the department as the Coordinator of Athletic Marketing and Sales in 2008 after serving as the graduate assistant in During that time in athletics, Morrison also assisted in increasing football ticket sales by 10 percent, setting a school record in 2008 as the University averaged recording-breaking crowds in both attendance and season average during the 2008 and 2009 football seasons. He oversaw, sold and serviced hospitality tailgating tent sales for football and baseball that generated over $18,000 per season. He developed and implemented promotional tickets nights at basketball, baseball and football games, such as the Family Four Packs, Two for Tuesdays, Military Mondays, and various others. He also began a new ticket/annual fund package for recent USM graduates and in which it tripled in size in one year. Morrison earned his bachelor s degree from Ohio University in 2007 and his master s from Southern Miss in southernmiss.com

20 Athletics Staff Tim Atkinson Associate Director of Athletics For Facilities and Game Management Owen Bowen Staff Assistant Stacy Breazeale Director of Academics Carla Collins Academic Counselor Chad Foote Associate AD/ Executive Director of the Eagle Club Kirstin DeFusco Academic Counselor Katie Gerlach Assistant Director of Facilities/Operations Kyle George Director of Marketing/Sales Rebecca Johnston Executive Secretary to the Director of Athletics Jake Kuennen Assistant Director of Facilities/Operations Jane Massengale Assistant Director of Athletics for Business Operations Nikki Mattison Administrative Assistant for Football Steven May Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Video Kristi Pierce Compliance Coordinator Katie Pryor Assistant Director of Ticket Operations Southern Miss Football

21 Golden Eagle student-athletes understand that achieving a quality education is the most important thing in their collegiate life. However, with the demands of each athlete s athletic pursuits, balancing both is, at times, difficult to achieve. Thankfully, the Southern Miss Student Academic Enhancement Program (SAEP) helps its student-athletes attain and maintain that balance by providing quality academic support services. The mission of the SAEP is designed to give Golden Eagle athletes needed support to assure that academic success is realistic, not only during the athlete s playing days, but also after his or her eligibility has expired. The SAEP emphasizes making the academic career at the university one of production, by counseling student-athletes in a variety of areas, including course selection and degree plans. The SAEP also focuses on preparing the student-athlete for life beyond graduation. Aided with the help of tutors, the SAEP offers individualized tutoring in all courses and an academic center that includes a study hall and full access computer lab. In addition, the SAEP also monitors NCAA eligibility requirements for the student-athletes, ensuring participation in their respective sports. Golden Eagle student-athletes also are involved in a variety of individual and group community service projects, along with life skills programs that further develop the overall person. Academic Success The graduation rates of all student-athletes at Southern Miss are higher than those of non-athletes. Golden Eagle athletes are consistent members on the President s and Dean s Lists, as well as among the leaders in Conference USA scholars. During the academic year, there were 36 student-athletes to make the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Medal list for a grade point average of 3.75 or better, while 128 made the Commissioner s Honor Roll. Eight different Southern Miss student-athletes captured C-USA All-Academic Team honors for their respective programs during Two Golden Eagle programs, women s cross country and men s tennis, earned Conference USA Academic Awards for the season. The Sport Academic Award is given to the team in each conference-sponsored sport with the highest GPA for the academic year. Student Academic Enhancement Program To enrich the growth of students through academic guidance, encouragement of personal accountability, mentoring responsible citizenship, development of independence, and the appreciation of individual talents and abilities; thereby, empowering students to be positive contributors in a global society. Corey Acosta, Two-Time Academic All-Conference USA Selection 19 southernmiss.com

22 Strength and Conditioning The Golden Eagle football team strives to play at its peak level each week during football season. To do that, much preparation, hard work and dedication is needed, to attain the high performance that is associated with Southern Miss Football each year. Physical preparation and conditioning is the foundation to that success. Each player understands that offseason work is the stepping stone to the next season, and without hard work, dedication and many hours of training, becoming a champion is impossible. Located in the Athletic Center, across from the football locker room and meeting rooms, the Southern Miss Strength and Conditioning program has two main goals helping athletes to enhance their individual performance potential and aiding in the prevention of injuries through training. The strength and conditioning program builds a workout plan that will enhance the weakest phase of each individual s ability. If each person is only as strong as their weakest link, the program strives to make that weak link strong. The athletes receive a specialized workout that concentrates on improving their performance levels geared to sport specific training acumens. The spacious floor area features 4,300 square feet of workable space, more than doubling the size of the previous weight room, while the workout area features equipment from some of the leading manufacturers of training equipment in the nation, including Power Lift, Hammer Strength and Life Fitness. There are 12 training platforms and 12 racks. Also, a number of workout machines that target each of the major muscle groups in the body, along with dumbbells and cardiovascular equipment. Under the direction of strength coach Mark Smith, the Golden Eagles also train for championship seasons with assistant coaches Steve Gortmaker and Anthony Hibbert Southern Miss Football

23 Bumps, bruises, aches and pains are all common when playing a varsity sport, especially with practices, games, weight training and conditioning drills, which are all parts of a student-athlete s collegiate life. But thanks to the hard work and devotion of Southern Miss Certified Athletic Trainers and Student Athletic Trainers, Golden Eagle athletes receive the highest level of medical care possible in order to remain on the field of competition. Southern Miss also has a quality group of team physicians who meet all of the medical needs of the 16 athletic teams at the University. The team physicians are specialized and skilled in the various types of injuries and Sports Medicine conditions that can occur in athletic competitions. The Sports Medicine Program revolves around three major aspects prevention of athletic injuries, treatment and rehabilitation of those injuries, and recognition of injuries and medical conditions that require referral to appropriate medical personnel. The athletic center, constructed in 2002, Athletic Training allowed for an approximately 4,000 square foot state-of-the-art athletic training facility in which all student athletes receive pre-practice and pre-game preparation, rehabilitation of injuries, and physician examinations. The athletic training room is an open area where Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Medicine Todd McCall and his staff can view all the aspects of sports medicine. There are 11 examination tables in the 4,000-square foot room, nine of which are housed in the main athletic training room while the other two are housed in the physician suite examination rooms, allowing for patient-physician privacy. The facility also houses a state-of-the-art hydrotherapeutic swimming pool, which provides athletes with water resistance to speed up the rehabilitation process, while decreasing stress on the injured body parts. Along with the hydrotherapeutic pool, the facility also benefits student-athletes with an in-house X-ray unit, which assists the Sports Medicine Staff and Physicians in diagnosis of athletic related injuries. 21 southernmiss.com

24 Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Carlisle-Faulkner Field at M.M. Roberts Stadium is the focal point on Southern Miss campus during football game days in Hattiesburg, Miss. With all the excitement and atmosphere surrounding the game, there isn t a better place to be. The stadium, which is affectionately known to the Golden Eagle faithful as The Rock at Southern Miss, has been home to a number of Southern Miss football greats, including the likes of Reggie Collier, Austin Davis, Brett Favre, Damion Fletcher, Derrick Nix and Sammy Winder. Since the opening of M.M. Roberts Stadium in 1976, named after the former Golden Eagle letterwinner and IHL Board of Trustees member, Southern Miss has accumulated a 70.3 winning percentage at home enjoying 10 undefeated home seasons over that span, including 6-0 marks during both the 2009 and 2011 seasons. During the summer of 2013, the stadium went through extensive renovations as improvements were made to the playing surface, press box and stadium s videoboard in the north end end zone. A new artificial surface, Matrix Turf, was installed by Hellas Sports Construction after the old turf was deemed unplayable following a Feb. 10, 2013, tornado that hit the Hattiesburg area and caused damage to not only the field but also the southern part of campus. In addition, the Robert Ace Cleveland press box enjoyed renovations that included upgrades to the area s air conditioning/heating system as well as to its roofing along with the installation of new windows throughout the entire length of the facility. The stadium s videoboard system also enjoyed an upgrade. The original videoboard, which was installed prior to the 2007 season, was replaced with a new high definition board that should give fans a much better in-game experience when they attend games at The Rock. These renovations are the first major work projects to the stadium since the addition of 34 luxury suites, club-level seating, elevators on each side of the south end zone and a visiting team locker room The Rock at Southern Miss In 1938, several Southern Miss football players were recruited to work with the contractors building the stadium. The players hauled in the concrete used to build the additions, prompting the athletes to begin calling the new stadium The Rock. were added for the 2008 campaign. The stadium was dedicated on September 25, 1976, with Southern Miss hosting intrastate-rival Ole Miss. Even though it seems like recent history, the stadium s history dates back to October 29, On that date, State Teachers College defeated Spring Hill College, 12-0, as some 4,000 fans looked on from wooden bleachers. On this homecoming date, the playing field was dedicated as Faulkner Field in honor of local businessman L. E. Faulkner, who provided the materials and equipment to build the original facility. Through the years, a number of improvements have been made to the field and stadium. In 1989, the playing field had a new irrigation system installed, while the press and president s box was renovated and chairback seating was added to the west side of the stadium. In 2002, the lighting system was upgraded to provide brighter lighting and two new poles were added, one in each end zone, making it possible to televise night games without the expense of portable lights, as well as enhancing fans enjoyment of the game. The playing field at Roberts Stadium underwent a name change in the 2004 summer when it was renamed Carlisle-Faulkner Field at M.M. Roberts Stadium in honor of entrepreneur, Southern Miss graduate and Golden Eagle supporter, Gene Carlisle, who provided outstanding support and contribution to the Athletics Department and the University as he donated the school s first artificial surface, Momentum Turf by Sportexe Southern Miss Football

25 2014 OUTLOOK

26 2014 Golden Eagle Outlook The setting for the 2014 Southern Miss football team may have been cast on a Saturday afternoon late last November at Legion Field when the Golden Eagles rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit to UAB and exploded for a season-high 62 points, including 49 in the second half, to capture the final game of the regular season. That victory ended a 23-game losing streak for the Golden Eagles, but more importantly, gave the Golden Eagle football program a positive charge heading into spring football and then into summer preseason workouts. That momentum has carried over through the last nine months as the Southern Miss program tries to rise from a disappointing couple of seasons. Through Todd Monken s mantra, we have to coach better, play better, recruit better certainly seems to have taken root in the football program. The Golden Eagles are a year older from a team that returns a group of 21 players that saw action as either a true or redshirt freshmen a year ago as well as a wealth of older players which look to lead the way heading into the fall. With a majority of the coaching staff back for its second season under Monken, the Golden Eagles can claim something that they have not had since the 2011 championship season stability. The Coaching Staff As the Golden Eagles return five of its nine assistant coaches from a year ago, many of the Golden Eagle players will see a seamless transition from a year ago after having to adjust to mostly new staffs the last two seasons. Heading into the fall, there was only two changes on the offensive coaching side of the football, while there was one on the defensive side. The assistant head coach/director of player personnel is different as well. Southern Miss welcomes Chip Lindsey to the staff as the school s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Lindsey becomes a Golden Eagle after spending the last year on the staff at Auburn. Lindsey is no stranger at the collegiate level and also very familiar with the returning starting quarterback, Nick Mullens. Lindsey coached Mullens during the sophomore s prep days at Spain Park High School in Hoover, Ala. The Golden Eagles also will have a new leader on the offensive line, as Luke Meadows takes that position responsibilities, coming from Florida Atlantic where he spent the previous two seasons. On the defensive side, Pete Golding comes in to oversee a talent group of safeties. The Delta State graduate spent the last two seasons at Southeastern Louisiana and Jon Williams comes to Southern Miss as the assistant head coach and director of player personnel after spending the last six seasons running the program at Itawamba Community College. With Lindsey taking over the quarterbacks, head coach Todd Monken will transition to overseeing the outside wide receivers position this fall. The offensive coaching side also includes inside receivers coach Todd Wozniak, who also runs the special teams for the program. John Simon returns for his second campaign at Southern Miss mentoring the running backs to complete the offensive side of the staff Southern Miss Football

27 2014 Golden Eagle Outlook Complimenting Golding on defense is cornerbacks coach and no stranger to Golden Eagle football, Lytrel Pollard. The former Southern Miss letterwinner comes back for his second season after spending on the coaching staff at his alma mater. Derrick LeBlanc, the former Northwestern State standout, returns as well to coach the defensive line, while David Duggan is back for his second consecutive season and sixth overall as the team s defensive coordinator and linebacker coach. The Offense Twenty-five letterwinners and eight starters are back on the offensive side of the ball this fall. As many as seven different freshmen started at least once as this unit should enjoy some experience at skill positions, along with some much added depth on the offensive line. Quarterbacks The final six games of 2013 helped Golden Eagle fans make a comparison of Nick Mullens to a former recent Southern Miss quarterback in Austin Davis. Both enjoyed standout freshman campaigns and the Hoover, Ala., product came in to his own by starting in the final six games of the season. Mullens threw for 1,776 yards and 13 touchdowns during his initial season, including five in the final contest against UAB. Mullens took over for then senior transfer Allan Bridgford, who joined the squad for summer camp after graduating from California just prior to starting camp. Bridgford held the job for the first six games, but Mullens took over the final half of the season and now owns the tag of quarterback of the future for the Golden Eagles. In all, there will be a total of six quarterbacks in camp, with redshirt senior Cole Weeks of Freeport, Fla., being the only other player with any experience with the squad. Redshirt freshman Parker Adamson (Oxford, Miss.) will also battle for some playing time in 2014, while redshirt sophomore Matt Bergeron (Mandeville, La.) played a year at Lamar before transferring to Southern Miss prior to last season. True freshman Gunner Roach (Mobile, Ala.) will also try to get some reps and Tyler Matthews (Wichita, Kan.), a transfer from TCU, will sit out this year due to NCAA rules. Wide Receivers Southern Miss returns three of their top five pass receivers from a year ago and return 54.4 percent of its receiving yard production. It is a unit in which three true freshmen finished in the top eight in receiving yards last season. Sophomore Tyre oune Holmes (Tylertown, Miss.) returns as the top possession receiver from a year ago after catching a team-best 53 balls for 410 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Markese Triplett, a senior from Louisville, Miss., had the most receiving yards with 558 to go along with a team-best four touchdown receptions. Triplett had a season-best 81-yard reception to go along with two 100-plus receiving games. Another sophomore, Marquise Ricard of Baton Rouge, La., tallied 24 catches for 306 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while Kyle Sloter (Johns Creek, Ga.) transitioned from quarterback to receiver and caught five passes late for 35 yards and a touchdown as a standup tight end. Other players that could see some action at that tight end spot are junior transfer Ryan Seaberg (Chattanooga, Tenn.) and freshman Jay Shawn Washington (Marrero, La.), who will also work with the running backs. Running Backs This is one area of improvement that the Golden Eagles need to continue to progress into this season after tallying only 875 rushing yards (72.9 yards per game) with just five scores on the ground in With a healthy running back in the form of Jalen Richard (Alexandria, La.) for the first time in three seasons, the team has found a good start in its plan to improve the running game. The junior, Richard, notched 324 yards on 85 carries a year ago for a 3.8 per carry average a year ago. Despite injuries his first two seasons, though, he still needs just 250 rushing yards to go over the 1,000-yard mark for his career. The next top returning rusher is sophomore George Payne (Mobile, Ala.) who was originally going to redshirt last season, but who worked so hard during fall practice, forced the coaching staff to play him as a true freshman. Payne appeared in five games and rushed for 173 yards on 43 carries and a rushing score. Looking to join these stable of runners is true freshman Ito Smith (Semmes, Ala.), along with redshirt senior Delvin Welch (Baton Rouge, La.), along with brothers Darrion and Johntre Goudy, a redshirt senior and sophomore, respectively, from Meridian, Miss. Offensive Line The Golden Eagles return three starters to the offensive line for this season but also felt the need to bolster the position s depth over the last offseason and did just that. Three starters return from last year s roster on the offensive line, including redshirt junior Rashod Hill (Jacksonville, Fla.), senior Fred Moore (Heidelberg, Miss.) and sophomore Cameron Tom (Baton Rouge, La.). The trio combined to make 31 starts last season and these players are the building blocks around this year s offensive front. 25 southernmiss.com

28 2014 Golden Eagle Outlook Two other offensive lineman that will battle for playing time after suffering injuries a year ago include redshirt freshman Devin Farrior (Waynesboro, Miss.), who was injured early in the season, redshirt and junior Michael Brinson (Flowood, Miss.) who missed the entire season. Redshirt sophomores Oliver Bates (Tylertown, Miss.) and Brandon Farmer (Gulfport, Miss.), along with redshirt junior Chaz Cavignac (Slidell, La.) each saw limited action last season and will look to join in the rotation on the offensive line this fall. The Golden Eagles also went out and added a pair of junior college signees to play up front, both from Hinds Junior College, and are Thomas Collins (Jackson, Miss.) and Norman Price (Vicksburg, Miss.) which should help bolster the Golden Eagle front. The Defense Southern Miss returns 27 players on defense including seven starters from last fall. Three projected starters heading into last season return after each missed either all or most of the season due to various reasons. Redshirt junior defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches (Dangriga, Belize) was lost in the second game with a foot injury, while Alan Howze (Ocean Springs, Miss.), who was supposed to finish his career in 2013, but went absent he final eight games with a turf toe problem and will return for a fifth-year. Defensive back Jacorius Cotton (LaGrange, Ga.) returns for this senior campaign after being ineligible last season. The trio, one key experienced player from every area on the defensive side, should provide key leadership heading into the 14 campaign. Defensive Line Led by Nunez-Roches who tallied just eight tackles and a half tackle for loss in two games last season, the redshirt junior is a solid player to build around on the defensive front. Redshirt junior Michael Smith of Birmingham, Ala., was the only Golden Eagle on the roster from last year to play and start in every game at one of the end spots. He tallied 33 tackles to go along with 1.5 for loss. He is joined by senior Adam Williams (Tunica, Miss.), who collected 40 tackles of which 8.5 were for losses and three sacks. Sophomore Dylan Bradley, who calls Macon, Miss., home, looks to be the top candidate at the Bandit spot heading into fall camp after notching 52 tackles from last fall to go along with 4.5 tackles for loss. The Golden Eagles also have backups that played a season ago that will vie for valuable reps this fall. Redshirt senior Dasman McCullum (Hebron, Miss.) returns from a 37-tackle season, while junior Wil Freeman of Flowood, Miss., notched 14 stops, Ja Boree Poole (Brookhaven, Miss.) added 12 tackles Jalen Richard his freshman season and redshirt senior Nic Bekkers (Perry, Ga.) is back after getting eight stops last season. The area will also add redshirt freshmen Draper Riley (Harvey, La.), Xavier Thigpen (Hebron, Miss.), Vohn Keith (Mobile, Ala.), Rod Crayton (Dadeville, Ala.,) Nick Carlis (Mobile, Ala.) and Quentin Smith (Clinton, Miss.), along with redshirt sophomore Jerry McCorvey (Vancleave, Miss.). Linebackers Howze, who has appeared in 41 career games and started in 16, returns as the leader of a young, but improving group. Redshirt junior Terrick Wright (Gadsden, Ala.) started in 10 games last season, working at both the middle and will linebacker spots. Wright finished second on the squad in tackles with 90, also registering four for loss, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Sophomore C.J. Perry (Bessemer, Ala.) helped take up the slack with the absence of Howze, playing mostly in the middle as a true freshman in Perry collected 45 tackles (five for loss) with a sack. As for the spur position, which will be used as both a linebacker and a defensive back, redshirt senior Justin Penn (Bassfield, Miss.) and redshirt David Bertucci (Gulfport, Miss.) both will compete for the other spot in the 4-3 defense by coach Duggan. Redshirt senior Ta Dren Kennedy (Hattiesburg, Miss.) and redshirt sophomore Lelland Ducksworth (Hattiesburg, Miss.) also return to fight for playing time along with true freshman Darian Yancey (Auburn, Ala.) and Jeremy Sangster (Louisville, Miss.) Southern Miss Football

29 2014 Golden Eagle Outlook Defensive Backs With the return of Cotton for his senior campaign, three players are also back that combined for 25 starts a year ago, giving the Golden Eagles a seasoned defensive backfield. Senior Emmanuel Johnson (McKenzie, Ala.) headlines that list with 10 starts and 54 tackles, along with junior Kalan Reed (Birmingham, Ala.) that wrangled 41 tackles in 10 starts and sophomore Kelsey Douglas (Missouri City, Texas), who stopped opponents 68 times in five starts. The Golden Eagle defensive back corps also returns a solid young group which entails redshirt freshman Trae Collins (Columbus, Miss.), sophomore Evan Osborne (Pearl, Miss.), true freshman Picasso Nelson (Mendenhall, Miss.), who enrolled last spring to the University after finishing his prep career at Oak Grove High School in the fall. Redshirt senior Urell Johnson (New Orleans, La.), comes back to battle for playing time, along with redshirt freshman Jomez Applewhite (Bassfield, Miss.) and sophomore Marcus Turner (McCalla, Ala.). Signees that could also fit into the mix includes Cornell Armstrong (Bassfield, Miss.) and Xavier Marion (Ridgeland, Miss.). The Specialists The Golden Eagles return both their place kicker and punter for the 2014 season. Redshirt senior Corey Acosta, from Memphis, Tenn., has held the job for the last two years, converting 24-of-39 field goal attempts and 51-of-52 extra points. Acosta also will have kickoff duties as well, averaging 59.6 yards per kickoff last year. The punting was done by a couple of players last fall, including redshirt junior Matthew Moseley (Franklin, Tenn.) and sophomore Tyler Sarrazin (Geismar, La.). Moseley started the year in that role, booting 18 punts for a 40.9 yard average, but a leg injury sidelined him from punting the remainder of the year, although he held the holding job on placements for the entire season. Sarrazin collected 44 punts for a 39.4 per boot average and Golden Eagle punters averaged 39.7 for the season combined, as well as placing 22 punts inside the opponents 20-yardline. Emmanuel Johnson returned both kickoffs and punts last season, finishing second in both categories. Johnson registered 11 kickoff returns for a 25.5 yard average, while notching four punt returns for an 8.2 yard average. Jalen Richard also returns as the top punt returner with a 16.8 yard per try on four attempts. Redshirt junior Lance Schuffert (Prattville, Ala.) also holds the deep snapper role for both placements and punts for the third-straight season. The Schedule Southern Miss plays another impressive schedule that features six opponents that reached bowl games last season, including C-USA champion Rice, along with non-conference foes Mississippi State and Alabama. The other bowl teams the Golden Eagles will play include Marshall, Middle Tennessee and North Texas. The program returns to a six-game home schedule in 2014 as they face non-conference foes Alcorn State (Sept. 6) and Appalachian State (Sept. 20), along with C-USA foes Rice (Sept. 27), Louisiana Tech (Oct. 25), Marshall (Nov. 8) and UAB (Nov. 29). The program, though, will open the year against Mississippi State, playing the Bulldogs for the first time since the 1990 campaign. The Golden Eagles will play a team from the Southeastern Conference for the second-straight season and have played a member from that league every year but three seasons (2007, 2011, 2012) since This will be just the third time since 1946 that the Golden Eagles have opened the year against an in-state opponent and the first time they have done that since opening up against Alcorn State for the 2009 season. The Golden Eagles will play two new opponents on this year s schedule, including Appalachian State, who will be playing their first year at the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision and UTSA, who plays their initial season in Conference USA. In all, Southern Miss will play four opponents from the state of Texas (Rice, North Texas, UTEP, UTSA), two each from Mississippi (Mississippi State, Alcorn State) and Alabama (Alabama, UAB) and one each from North Carolina (Appalachian State), Louisiana (Louisiana Tech), Tennessee (Middle Tennessee) and West Virginia (Marshall). Dasman McCullum 27 southernmiss.com

30 2014 Golden Eagle Outlook 2014 Final Spring Depth Chart Offense X 5 D.J. Thompson (6-3/196/r-So.) 15 James Cox (6-1/193/So.) Defense E 91 Michael Smith (6-4/262/r-Jr.) 45 Dasman McCullum (6-4/237/r-Sr.) H 1 Tyre oune Holmes (5-11/170/So.) 82 Chad Cook (5-8/150/So.) NT 97 Rakeem Nunez-Roches (6-2/290/r-Jr.) 46 Wil Freeman (6-6/260/Jr.) LT 73 Rashod Hill (6-6/285/r-Jr.) 75 Oliver Bates (6-2/275/r-So.) DT 49 Adam Williams (6-2/294/r-Sr.) 9 Draper Riley (6-4/284/r-Fr.) LG 78 Devin Farrior (6-4/304/r-Fr.) 76 Michael Brinson (6-3/301/r-Jr.) Ban. 94 Dylan Bradley (6-1/265/r-So.) 85 Ja Boree Poole (6-2/240/So.) C 70 Cameron Tom (6-4/287/So.) 68 Brandon Farmer (6-2/307/r-So.) WLB 14 Terrick Wright (6-2/216/r-Jr.) 22 Darian Yancey (6-1/210/Fr.) RG 63 Fred Moore (6-5/305/Sr.) 55 Thomas Collins (6-3/320/r-Jr.) MLB 37 Alan Howze (6-3/227/r-Sr.) 40 C.J. Perry (6-0/231/So.) RT 72 Norman Price (6-4/321/Jr.) 74 Jerry Harris (6-3/302/r-Fr.) Spur 35 Justin Penn (6-1/212/r-Sr.) 17 David Bertucci (5-11/200/r-Jr.) Y 23 Markese Triplett (6-4/224/r-Sr.) or 83 Cooper Harrington (6-0/193/r-Jr.) FS 12 Emmanuel Johnson (5-11/182/Sr.) 6 Kelsey Douglas (5-11/190/So.) Z 6 Marquise Ricard (6-2/180/So.) 12 Jarell Aaron (6-5/198/r-So.) BS 28 Jacorius Cotton (5-11/195/r-Sr.) 34 Evan Osborne (6-3/198/r-Fr.) QB 9 Nick Mullens (6-1/188/So.) 11 Cole Weeks (6-0/200/r-Sr.) FC 11 Kalan Reed (5-11/198/Jr.) 13 Picasso Nelso (5-10/188/rFr.) RB 30 Jalen Richard (5-8/200/Jr.) 24 George Payne (6-0/200/So.) BC 2 Trae Collins (5-11/181/r-Fr.) 8 Urell Johnson (5-10/180/r-Sr.) Special Teams K 25 Corey Acosta (6-0/195/r-Sr.) DS 50 Lance Schuffert (6-0/234/r-Jr.) P 33 Matt Moseley (5-10/164/r-Jr.) Southern Miss Football

31 THE COACHING STAFF

32 Todd Monken Head Coach Todd Monken was announced as the 20th head coach in Southern Miss history in December of Monken was charged to turn around a Golden Eagles program. I n his first season at the helm of the Golden Eagles, Monken battled injuries and a tough schedule as he began the rebuilding process for the Southern Miss football team. Monken inherited a team that finished the 2012 season without a win. During his first year, Monken directed the injury-prone team to a 1-11 mark. After dropping the first 11 contests of the year, the Monken led Golden Eagles trailed rival UAB at halftime. Southern Miss rallied for a victory over the Blazers. In the game, the Golden Eagles scored 49 second-half points, including a season-best 28 points in the third quarter to take control of the game and earn the victory. In the game against UAB, true freshman quarterback Nick Mullens threw five touchdown passes and rushed for another. Mullens led a 28-0 rally with three touchdown passes and a 1-yard touchdown rush to put Southern Miss ahead by 20 points at the start of the fourth. He threw for 370 yards as Southern Miss amassed 472 yards in the matchup. Despite the results on the scoreboard, Monken s first season saw several highlights throughout the year. On the strength of his best performance of the season against UAB, Mullens garnered two awards, being named Conference USA Co-Offensive Player of the Week as well as one of eight Stars of the Week as recognized by the Manning Award. At the conclusion of the season, Southern Miss senior Khyri Thornton was named second team All-Conference USA, while true freshman Tyre oune Holmes and junior Emmanuel Johnson were both honorable mention selections. In addition, a trio of Golden Eagles appeared on the C-USA 2013 All-Freshman team Holmes, Mullens and Cameron Tom. On May 9, Thornton was selected in the third round (85th overall) of the NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. He became the first player selected in the NFL Draft in the Todd Monken Era and the 22nd draft pick of the Golden Eagles since With the selection of Thornton, the Black and Gold posted three consecutive years with players drafted in the first two days of the NFL Draft Thornton (3rd round Green Bay Packers, 2014), Jamie Collins Southern Miss Football

33 Todd Monken Head Coach (2nd round New England Patriots, 2013) and Lamar Holmes (3rd round Atlanta Falcons, 2012), making Southern Miss one of just 23 teams to accomplish the feat. Off the field, Corey Acosta was named to the 2013 Conference USA Football All-Academic team for his efforts on the field and in the classroom as announced by the conference office. Acosta boasted a 3.79 grade point average in biological sciences and led the Golden Eagles in points during the 2013 season. In addition, football had 27 players recognized for their achievements in the classroom, including five student-athletes who earned Dean s List honors. The Southern Miss football program was also recognized by the American Football Coaches Association for its academic achievement on the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level as having a graduation rate of 75 percent or better. The new director of the Black and Gold came to Southern Miss after serving the previous two seasons as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oklahoma State. It was his second stint at OSU, after serving as pass game coordinator and wide receivers coach there from Under Monken during the 2012 season, the Cowboys which had a true freshman starting quarterback to start the season and a redshirt freshman as the primary backup ranked among the nation s top 10 nationally in scoring offense (4th/44.7 ppg), total offense (5th/548.9 ypg) and passing offense (7th/333.4 ypg). OSU will play in the Heart of Dallas Bowl on Jan. 1. OSU scored more than 50 points 10 times, broke the 60-point mark in five contests, the 70-point mark twice and the 80-point plateau once in just two years with Monken calling the plays. Also during that span, the Cowboys set singleseason records for points scored, touchdowns scored, first downs, pass attempts, pass completions, passing yards, completion percentage, touchdown passes, yards per play and third-down conversions in 2011, in addition to posting six of the top seven single-game passing marks in school history. In 2011, Monken served as Brandon Weeden s position coach, who set single-season school records for passes completed, passes attempted, passing yards, touchdown passes, completion percentage and total offense in Weeden, who was drafted as the 22nd overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns, also set single-game school records for passing yards and total offense under Monken s watch in On the national level, Weeden finished the 2011 season second in passing yards, third in total offense, fourth in touchdown passes and ninth in pass efficiency. Monken s offense produced the 2011 Biletnikoff Award winner in Justin Blackmon a 2012 first round draft pick by the Jacksonville Jaguars (fifth overall) in addition to a pair of All-Americans in Blackmon and offensive lineman Levy Adcock and the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year, Grant Garner. Prior to returning to OSU for his second time, Monken spent four years as wide receivers coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League. He had been promoted to the role of Jaguars quarterback coach immediately before taking the offensive coordinator job at Oklahoma State. In his final year in Jacksonville, the Jaguar trio of Mike Thomas, Marcedes Lewis and Mike Sims- Walker combined to make 167 catches for 2,082 yards and 21 touchdowns with Lewis earning a spot in the Pro Bowl. Monken also worked at LSU from , where he developed several receivers including Skyler Green, Dwayne Bowe and Buster Davis. Bowe and Davis were selected in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. Bowe combined with Davis and Early Doucet to form one of the nation s premier receiving corps in The trio combined for 180 receptions, 2,598 yards and 24 TDs. Bowe finished his career with 154 catches for 2,403 yards, and his schoolrecord 26 touchdowns ranked eighth in SEC history. In his first stay at OSU, Monken spent three seasons ( ) as pass game coordinator/wide receivers coach. The Cowboys averaged more than 32 points per game during that time. In 2004, Monken tutored first-round pick Rashaun Woods, who was selected 31st overall by the San Francisco 49ers. Woods was a two-time All-America honoree and concluded his career with 293 receptions for 4,414 yards and 42 touchdowns. He also helped engineer one of the nation s best passing attacks in his two seasons ( ) at Louisiana Tech one year as the running backs coach and the other as wide receivers coach. In 2001, Louisiana Tech ranked eighth in the nation in passing, averaging 313 yards through the air per game. A year earlier, Tech ranked seventh in the nation averaging 313 yards passing per game. In addition, Monken spent seven seasons at Eastern Michigan ( ) including the last two as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He also spent time at Grand Valley State ( ) and Notre Dame ( ). A native of Wheaton, Ill., Monken was a threeyear letterwinner at quarterback for Knox College. He earned a bachelor s degree in economics (1989) and followed with a master s degree in education leadership from Grand Valley State. He is a member of the Knox College Athletic Hall of Fame. Monken and his wife, Terri, have one son, Travis. 31 southernmiss.com

34 Todd Monken Head Coach Monken at a Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2013-pres. Southern Miss Head Coach Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Jacksonville Jaguars Wide Receivers LSU Passing Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers Oklahoma State Pass Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers Louisiana Tech Running Backs / Recruiting Coordinator (2000) / Wide Receivers Eastern Michigan DBs / WRs / Offensive Coordinator, QBs ( ) Notre Dame Graduate Assistant Grand Valley State Assistant Coach Bowl Games 2012 Fiesta Bowl 2007 Sugar Bowl 2005 Peach Bowl 2002 Houston Bowl 2004 Cotton Bowl 2004 Alamo Bowl 2001 Humanitarian Bowl 1993 Cotton Bowl 1992 Sugar Bowl Prominent Pupils (ABC order) Name, Under Monken (NFL Team) Hubert Anyiam, Oklahoma State (Carolina Panthers) Dwayne Bowe, LSU (Kansas City Chiefs) Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (Jacksonville Jaguars) Bennie Brazell, LSU (Cincinnati Bengals) Josh Cooper, Oklahoma State (Cleveland Browns) Buster Davis, LSU (San Diego Chargers) Early Doucet, LSU (Arizona Cardinals) Skyler Green, LSU (Cincinnati Bengals) Torry Holt, Jacksonville Jaguars Blake Jackson, Oklahoma State (Cleveland Browns) Brandon LaFell, LSU (Carolina Panthers) John Lewis, Oklahoma State (Atlanta Falcons) John Simon, Louisiana Tech (Washington Redskins) Mike Sims-Walker, Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Thomas, Jacksonville Jaguars Khyri Thornton, Southern Miss (Green Bay Packers) Kevin Walter, Eastern Michigan (Houston Texans) Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State (Cleveland Browns) Reggie Williams, Jacksonville Jaguars D Juan Woods, Oklahoma State (Jacksonville Jaguars) Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma State (San Francisco 49ers) What others are saying about Monken Mike Gundy, Head Football Coach, Oklahoma State Todd Monken has a very bright football mind. We served together on two separate coaching staffs at Oklahoma State and I ve always thought highly of him, both as a football coach and as a man. When we brought him to Oklahoma State after the 2010 season, we asked him to adapt to the offensive system we already had in place and he was selfless enough to take that challenge. He kept our offense going at a high level and we are very grateful for what he did for our program. Todd comes from a football family. He s grown up around it his entire life and he is very driven. His energy, passion and football knowledge will make him a tremendous asset to Southern Miss football. Jack Del Rio, Defensive Coordinator, Denver Broncos Todd has a tremendous offensive mind and brings an energetic, passionate approach to coaching. He is a hands-on teacher who gets the most out of his players. I ve enjoyed watching his success, and I wish him all the best at Southern Miss. Brandon Weedon, Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys The Monken Family Todd, Terri and Travis He is not only a great offensive mind, but he is a guy who genuinely cares about his players on and off the field. I knew it was just a matter of time before he got this opportunity. Southern Miss definitely got a good one Southern Miss Football

35 Coaching Staff Jon Williams Assistant Head Coach / Director of Player Personnel Jon Williams begins his first season with the program as the assistant head coach/director of player personnel. We are pleased to have Jon join our staff, said Monken. He comes to us from a quality junior college program and we look forward to him directing our efforts in bringing in future Golden Eagles as well as mentoring our current players. Williams came to Southern Miss after working as the head coach at Itawamba Community College (Fulton, Miss.) for four seasons ( ). The opportunity to work at the FBS level and a program with such a rich tradition was too good to pass up, said Williams. I am excited to be a small part of assisting the current staff at Southern Miss. I believe in Todd (Monken) and his vision for where the program needs to be and his plan to follow in order to get there. Williams spent a total of seven seasons at ICC, serving as an assistant coach for three years before being elevated to the head coaching position there. He had a career record of with three runnerup finishes in the MACJC North Division and one playoff appearance. In 2013, Williams led the Indians to their first 5-0 start in school history and the program s highest ranking ever at No. 4 in the NJCAA poll. Williams was named the 10th head football coach at ICC in 2009 after spending three seasons as the Indians offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. The Panama City, Fla., native was the head coach for one season at Locust Fork High School in Alabama just prior to working at ICC. Before that, Williams spent six seasons at Mississippi College, where he served as offensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator and the head strength and conditioning coach. Williams, a 1996 graduate of Wingate University, has also been on staffs at Wayne County High School, Simpson High School and East Central Community College. Williams At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2014 Southern Miss Assistant Head Coach / Director of Player Personnel Itawamba CC Head Coach Itawamba CC Offensive Line 2006 Locust Fork HS Head Coach Mississippi College Offensive Line 2001 Wayne County HS Special Teams Coordinator / Running Backs Simpson HS Head Coach 1998 East Central CC Offensive Line 1996 East Central CC Offensive Line 33 southernmiss.com

36 Coaching Staff David Duggan Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers David Duggan returns for his second season as the defensive coordinator for the Golden Eagles. Along with his duties as defensive coordinator, he also directly works with the linebackers. This is his sixth year overall with the program. During the 2013 campaign, Duggan s defense notched over 1,000 total tackles. The Black and Gold defense notched 78 tackles for loss, including 13 sacks on the year. The defense forced 11 fumbles with six interceptions and a pair of safeties. Duggan worked directly with the linebackers, molding the unit into one of the top tackling groups on the team, despite numerous injuries to key players. With the injuries, the linebacking corps had to fill gaps with young players, but still recorded success under Duggan s tutelage. Sophomore Terrick Wright was second on the team in total tackles with 90, leading the team in assisted tackles with 46. Despite missing some games with injury, senior Dylan Reda finished the season in the top 10 on the team in tackles. Freshman C.J. Perry also concluded the year in the top 10 for Southern Miss in tackles. Senior Alan Howze finished the year in the top 15 among the team in tackles despite missing the final eight games of the season with an injury. At North Carolina, Duggan assumed the role as outside linebackers and special teams coach for the Tar Heels. In his lone season with the program, UNC s Bandit and Ram position starters helped lead Carolina to an 8-4 finish, their best winning percentage since The Carolina special teams were just that as the team blocked three punts, returned a kickoff for a touchdown and kicker Casey Barth was 15-of-19 on field goals including going 5-of-7 between 40 and 49 yards. Barth was also a perfect 44-of-44 in his point after attempts. In his last season with the program in 2011, Duggan assumed the role of co-defensive coordinator while also coaching the linebackers. That year, the Golden Eagle defense set an NCAA record for most interceptions returned for touchdowns and was as opportunistic and ferocious as any unit in the nation. The 2011 Golden Eagles scored 12 nonoffensive touchdowns en route to winning the 2011 Conference USA championship. Over his initial four-year span with the Golden Eagles, Duggan s linebackers were the centerpieces of the defense, headlined by names like Korey Williams, Ronnie Thornton and Jamie Collins. Even in 2011, as injuries sidelined Williams for much of Southern Miss Football

37 Coaching Staff the season, the top three Golden Eagle linebackers combined for 265 tackles, 34 tackles for loss and two interceptions returned for touchdowns. In his third season, Duggan s three primary starters combined for 230 tackles, 6.5 sacks and 26 tackles for loss. Duggan began his tenure with Southern Miss in 2008 after serving as the head coach of the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe from During his time as head coach, his defense ranked No. 1 in the league both seasons. His history with the league stretched back to the 2000 season as he worked as defensive coordinator for Cologne from and then in the same role for the Berlin Thunder from His defenses ranked No. 1 in the league in both seasons as an assistant at Cologne and he twice was a member on the staff that won the World Bowl (IX in 2001 and X in 2002) with Berlin. Prior to his experience in NFL Europe, Duggan was the defensive coordinator at Brown University from in which the team won the 1999 Ivy League Crown. Duggan went to Brown, after working at Colgate ( ) as the inside/outside linebackers coach, as well as the kickoff coverage coach. The Raiders captured the 1996 Patriot League title and played in the Division I-AA playoffs that season. Duggan was the inside linebackers coach at Holy Cross from , after spending at New Hampshire, his alma mater, as the inside linebackers coach leading the team to the 1991 Yankee Conference championship and the Division I-AA playoffs that year. His first coaching job was at Alleghany College ( ), where he was the inside linebackers and strength and conditioning coach. The Gators captured the 1987 North Coast Athletic Conference crown and participated in the NCAA Division III national playoffs. Duggan earned his Bachelor s degree from New Hampshire in 1986 and was a member of the football team from , in which he served as a co-captain his senior season. He and wife, Lynne, have two daughters, Olivia and Grace. Duggan At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2013-pres. Southern Miss Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers 2012 North Carolina Outside Linebackers / Special Teams Coordinator 2011 Southern Miss Co-Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Southern Miss Linebackers Cologne Centurions Head Coach Cologne Centurions Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Berlin Thunder Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Brown Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Colgate Linebackers Holy Cross Inside Linebackers New Hampshire Inside Linebackers 1987 Alleghany College Inside Linebackers / Strength and Conditioning Bowl Games 2011 Southern Miss Sheraton Hawai i Bowl 2010 Southern Miss Beef O Brady s Bowl 2009 Southern Miss R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl 2008 Southern Miss R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl 35 southernmiss.com

38 Coaching Staff Chip Lindsey Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks In February of 2014, Southern Miss officially announced the hiring of Chip Lindsey as assistant football coach, who will serve as both the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the program. Chip is an outstanding coach who has an impressive track record leading him here to Southern Miss, said Golden Eagle coach Todd Monken. We share similar philosophies on offense and he has had success moving the football everywhere he has been in his career. Lindsey came to Southern Miss after spending the 2013 season with the national champion runnerup Auburn Tigers as an analyst for the offense, concentrating on the wide receivers and passing game. Lindsey joined Auburn after a successful two-year stint at Spain Park (Ala.) High School in Hoover, where he was head coach in and led the Jaguars to their first Class 6A regional championship in program history. He coached Golden Eagle quarterback Nick Mullens during his time there. He served as quarterbacks coach at Troy University in 2010, following up a long list of accomplishments as a prep coach in football and baseball from , which included stops at Lassiter (Ga.), Hoover (Ala.), Colbert Heights (Ala.), Florence (Ala.), Deshler (Ala.), Sparkman (Ala.) and Springville (Ala.) High Schools. As head coach at Colbert Heights, a playoff run made him the Florence Times-Daily s 2006 Coach of the Year. As head coach at Lassiter, he led the Trojans to their first-ever playoff victory in 2008; he was named state Coach of the Year by the Associated Press, as well as Cobb County Coach of the Year by the Marietta Daily Journal and Cobb County Touchdown Club. He posted a 12-1 season and regional championship at Lassiter in 2009, winning state Coach of the Year honors from the Atlanta Falcons and repeating the Cobb County awards. At Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga., he was the head coach from In 2009, Lindsey led Lassiter to a perfect regular season record of 10-0 and the school s first-ever region championship. The team advanced to the state quarterfinals for the first time in school history and finished the year at For his efforts, Lindsey was named the Marietta Daily Journal Cobb County Coach of the Year, Cobb County Touchdown Club Coach of the Year and Atlanta Falcons Class AAAAA Coach of the Year. In his first season at the helm of Lassiter, Lindsey engineered a nine-win season after taking over in Southern Miss Football

39 Coaching Staff February. The win total was the highest in school history and he also coached the team to its first-ever playoff victory. He earned the first of two consecutive MDJ Cobb County and Cobb County Touchdown Club Coach of the Year awards. He was also named Georgia s 2008 Associated Press Coach of the Year. While at Lassiter High, Lindsey guided the development Parade All-American and Georgia quarterback signee Hutson Mason. Mason broke every single-season state passing record in 2009 including passing yards (4,560) and touchdowns (54). Prior to his appointment at Lassiter, Lindsey served as the offensive coordinator in 2007 at Alabama powerhouse program Hoover High School. Under his guidance on offense, the team finished the season 10-2 and advanced to the third round of the state playoffs. Lindsey s first experience as a high school head coach came from as the lead man at Colbert Heights High School in Tuscumbia, Ala. There he inherited a program that had won a combined five games over its three previous seasons. All Lindsey did was match that win total with a 5-5 season in 2005, then follow that up with a 9-3 season in 2006 that included a trip to the second round of the state playoffs. Nine wins was the most in Colbert Heights history. The season also included the school s firstever playoff victory. The turnaround at Colbert Heights garnered Lindsey his first coaching award as the Florence Times-Daily made him its A-3A Coach of the Year. Lindsey spent the seasons in various assistant coach roles around the state of Alabama including Florence (Ala.), Deshler (Ala.), Sparkman (Ala.) and Springville (Ala.) High Schools. Lindsey played football at the University of North Alabama before transferring as a student to Alabama, where he received his bachelor s degree in history and English in In 2005, he earned a master s in educational leadership from the University of Phoenix. A native of Madison, Ala., he graduated from Bob Jones High School, where he was a three-sport letterman. Lindsey and his wife Cecily have four children: Claire, Caroline, Cooper and Conner. Lindsey At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2014-pres. Southern Miss Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks 2013 Auburn Offensive Analyst Spain Park HS Head Coach 2010 Troy Quarterbacks Lassiter HS Head Coach 2007 Hoover HS Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Colbert Heights HS Head Coach 2004 Florence HS Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Deshler HS Quarterbacks / Wide Receivers Sparkman HS Wide Receivers Bowl Games 2014 Auburn BCS National Championship 2010 Troy R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl 37 southernmiss.com

40 Coaching Staff John Wozniak Special Teams Coordinator / Inside Receivers John Wozniak joined head coach Todd Monken s first staff in January of Wozniak directs the special teams as well as coach the inside wide receivers. Working alongside Monken, Wozniak helped Southern Miss to 2,911 yards receiving in The wide receivers amassed 2,350 of the receiving yards. Wide receivers caught 16 of the 19 touchdown passes on the season. In 2013, true freshman wide receiver Tyre oune Holmes was named to the Conference USA All- Freshman Team, as well as being named honorable mention All-C-USA. He led Southern Miss with 53 receptions. Holmes tallied 410 yards with two touchdowns. He had a receiving touchdown in USM s final two games, including a 3-yard touchdown reception in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB. On special teams, Corey Acosta led the team with 57 points in Wozniak s first year at Southern Miss. Acosta was perfect on point after touchdown attempts, going 24-for-24. In addition, Acosta added 11 field goals, including making multiple field goal tries in five games. The special teams unit did not allow a blocked punt during the 2013 season, while inducing a pair of touchbacks, 14 fair catches and downing 22 balls inside the 20 yard line. In addition, the special teams notched 10 punts of 50 yards or more on the season. The punt return team averaged 13.4 yards per return, while the kickoff return team posted a 19.7 average. The kickoff and punt units did not allow a return for a touchdown all season. Wozniak came to the Golden Eagles after spending one season on the staff of the Alabama Crimson Tide, the 2012 National Champions. In Tuscaloosa, Wozniak primarily served as an off-thefield administrator and assistant, helping prepare game film and scouting preparations. The 1999 graduate of Knox College is no stranger to success or to working with Coach Monken. The two share an alma mater and worked together at LSU in 2005 when Monken was the passing game coordinator and Wozniak served as a quality control assistant. That year, the Tigers finished 11-2 and played in the SEC Championship game and the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Prior to his stint this season with Alabama, Wozniak was the running backs coach and co-special teams coordinator at UAB for the Southern Miss Football

41 season. Wozniak has been on the staffs of several successful programs since he began his coaching career in In 2010, Wozniak served as offensive coordinator at West Georgia. He has also coached at Memphis (2009), Montana State (2008), Georgia Southern (2006), LSU (2005 and 2007), Oklahoma State (2004) and Knox (Ill.) College ( ). Wozniak was the special teams coordinator at Memphis in 2009 and held similar responsibilities, along with coaching tight ends, at Montana State in While at Montana State, all three of Wozniak s position players earned All-Big Sky Conference honors. Tight end Brandon Bostick led the team in touchdowns and was third in receptions despite playing in just seven games. Punter Erik Fisher ranked 15th nationally averaging 41.8 yards per kick, and place kicker Jason Cunningham was 13-of-19 on field goal attempts. The punt return unit blocked five punts during the season, as the squad was 7-5 overall and 5-3 in the Big Sky. Wozniak spent one season at Georgia Southern where he held the position of tight ends and special teams coach. The Eagles led the Southern Conference and ranked 14th nationally in kickoff returns, and they also ranked 29th nationally in punt returns. He has also been a member of two national championship staffs, having worked at LSU during the 2007 season as a quality control coach with the Tiger receivers and quarterbacks. During that season, LSU finished the season with the No. 11 scoring and rushing offense in the nation. Wozniak is a 1999 graduate of Knox College where he earned degrees in physics and secondary education while performing on the field as a standout all-conference quarterback and wide receiver. Coaching Staff Wozniak At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2013-pres. Southern Miss Special Teams Coordinator / Inside Receivers 2012 Alabama Football Analyst 2011 UAB Running Backs 2009 Memphis Special Teams Coordinator 2008 Montana State Tight Ends / Special Teams 2007 LSU Offensive Quality Control 2006 Georgia Southern Tight Ends / Special Teams 2005 LSU Offensive Graduate Assistant 2004 Oklahoma State Offensive Graduate Assistant Knox College Offensive Coordinator 1999 Knox College Tight Ends / Punters Bowl Games 2012 Alabama BCS National Championship 2007 LSU BCS National Championship 2005 LSU Peach Bowl 39 southernmiss.com

42 Coaching Staff Pete Golding Safeties In March 2014, Pete Golding joined the Golden Eagle football staff as an assistant coach overseeing safeties. Golding came to Southern Miss after spending two seasons at Southeastern Louisiana. In his final year with the Lions, Golding helped Southeastern Louisiana to an 11-3 overall record, 7-0 in Southland Conference play. The Lions set a school record for victories in a season and won the program s first conference title of any kind since SLU advanced to the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs in its first-ever playoff appearance. Golding s defense led the Southland Conference in total and scoring defense. The Hammond, La. native served as defensive coordinator at Southeastern Louisiana after spending the previous two seasons in the same capacity at Delta State. Golding, a former All-Gulf South Conference performer at Delta State, also coached the Lion secondary. In his coaching career, Golding has tutored five All-Americans that began with Michael Eubanks (LB/2006) at Delta State. Golding also coached All-Americans Monterio James (CB/2006), Garrett Williams (SS/2010) and Dominique Davenport (CB/2011) before playing an instrumental role in the play of former Lion Robert Alford. Alford earned All-America honors in his final season under Golding s tutelage and was named the National FCS Defensive Player of the Year by College Sports Journal. Alford, who became the second player in Southeastern history to compete in the Senior Bowl, was drafted in the second round (No. 60 overall) by the NFL s Atlanta Falcons becoming the first Lion to be drafted since Tyler Stoddard and Todd Washington also earned All-Conference honors under the guidance of Golding and the Lions pass defense finished second Southern Miss Football

43 Coaching Staff overall in the Southland Conference. Eighteen players at Delta State were named to the All-Gulf South Conference and All-South Region honors during his tenure at DSU, while seeing six former players at Tusculum receive All-South Atlantic Conference accolades. Paced by Davenport, one of five first-team selections on the All-GSC squad, Golding s defensive unit in 2011 led the league in total defense and rushing defense. Davenport was joined on the All- GSC team by linemen Anthony Daniels and Mark Hoskins, linebacker Ixavier Triplett and defensive back Brett Butler. In Golding s first year back at Delta State in 2010, the Statesmen advanced to the NCAA DII National Championship game and their third Gulf South Conference title in four years with an 11-4 overall record and a 6-2 mark in the GSC. DSU fell short of their goal of winning the title on a last-second gamewinning field goal by Minnesota-Duluth, Delta State s Green Shirts defense played a fastpaced and frenetic style that led the Statesmen to 19 interceptions and 27 forced fumbles. Led by Garrett Williams, who recorded 130 tackles and tied the school record interceptions in a season with eight, DSU allowed yards per game, but bristled during the postseason surrendering less than 250 yards per game in postseason. Under Golding s guidance, Williams closed his senior season as a unanimous All-American selection after finishing with the third highest single season tackles total in DSU history. Williams was one of three defensive standouts to receive postseason honors in Triplett was named second team All-GSC while becoming the first linebacker in GSC history to be named Defensive Freshman of the Year. Triplett finished the season with 100 tackles (the most by a DSU freshman) and 12 tackles for loss. Prior to joining Roberts staff, Golding served for two years as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach under Frankie DeBusk at Tusculum College, a member of the South Atlantic Conference. Prior to being named defensive coordinator in 2008, Golding served as defensive backs coach in The Pioneers became an explosive and recordsetting defensive unit under Golding s direction. In 2007, TC set a new school record for interceptions with 14 and in 2008 TC lead the SAC in sacks and turnovers forced en route to an appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs. The former Hammond High School product began his coaching career as a graduate assistant on former DSU head coach Rick Rhoades staff in The Statesmen went 12-3 that season and advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II Semifinals before falling to eventual national champion Grand Valley State. Golding was a four-year starter for the Statesmen from at safety, racking up 285 career tackles to rank third in school history while recording nine career interceptions to finish fourth. In 2004, the free safety garnered All-Gulf South Conference honors after leading the team with 85 tackles with two interceptions and eight pass break-ups. As a senior in 2005, he tallied 81 tackles with five tackles-for-loss, two interceptions and two forced fumbles. Golding graduated in 2005 from Delta State with a degree in business. He and his wife, Carolyn, are the parents of son, Braxton. Golding At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2014-pres. Southern Miss Safeties Southeastern Louisiana Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs Delta State Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs Tusculum College Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs 2007 Tusculum College Defensive Backs 2006 Delta State Defensive Graduate Assistant / Safeties 41 southernmiss.com

44 Coaching Staff Derrick LeBlanc Defensive Line In January of 2013, Derrick LeBlanc joined the Southern Miss football coaching staff. LeBlanc, a former offensive and defensive lineman, is in charge of the defensive line, bringing a wealth of experience with him to Hattiesburg. In his first season with the Black and Gold, LeBlanc managed a defensive line led by Khyri Thornton, who was named Second Team All-Conference USA and selected in the third round (85th overall pick) to the Green Bay Packers in the 2014 NFL Draft. Under LeBlanc s tutelage, Thornton recorded 39 tackles, including 16 solo tackles and 23 assisted tackles. Thornton boasted 6.5 tackles for loss including a half a sack for eight yards. He was credited for a team-best four quarterback hurries. Thornton was also a finalist for the C Spire Conerly Award for the most outstanding collegiate football player in the state of Mississippi. At Southern Miss end of the year football banquet, Thornton was named the Jeff Bower Team MVP, as well as, one of the four recipients of the Reggie Collier Team Captain Award. On a 2013 team riddled with injuries, LeBlanc directed a unit that stayed relatively injury free. Despite a season-ending injury to Rakeem Nunez- Roches after two games, the defensive line remained intact the majority of the season. Defensive end Michael Smith was the only Golden Eagle player to play in and start every game during the 2013 season, while fellow linemen Octavius Thomas and Thornton each notched 11 starts apiece. Reserves Dasman McCallum (12 games) and Dylan Bradley (11 games) also saw significant playing time throughout the year. The three primary starters of Smith, Thomas and Thornton combined for 121 tackles, while McCallum and Bradley added 37 and 52, respectively. LeBlanc joined the Golden Eagle staff after spending one year coaching the defensive line at the University of Wyoming for coach Dave Christensen. Though his tenure in the north was brief, LeBlanc made a lasting impact on the Cowboy program, coaching defensive tackle Mike Purcell to All-Mountain West Conference first team honors. Purcell was third on the team in tackles, a tough mark to achieve for an interior lineman, with 83 while recording eight tackles for loss. Purcell was also one of two Wyoming seniors selected to play in a postseason collegiate all-star game. LeBlanc went to Wyoming from LSU, where he was an assistant strength and conditioning coordinator from Prior to working in the LSU Athletics Department, LeBlanc was the defensive line coach at Missouri State for two seasons in Southern Miss Football

45 Coaching Staff No stranger to the southeast, LeBlanc was a four-year football letterman at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, La., from He played both defensive and offensive line during his playing career, and earned Southland Conference All-Academic honors as both a junior and senior. He began his coaching career in 1997 at Breaux Bridge High School in Breaux Bridge, La., where he was the offensive and defensive line coach for three seasons from LeBlanc broke into the college ranks in 2000 when he accepted a graduate assistant position at LSU. There he assisted thendefensive line coach Pete Jenkins in coaching the defensive line, as well as assisting the strength and conditioning staff. After the 2000 season at LSU, LeBlanc was offered his first full-time college coaching position at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Ark. He coached the defensive line and was the school s strength and conditioning coordinator for four seasons from LeBlanc moved on to Arkansas Tech in Russellville, Ark., for the 2005 season, coaching the defensive line and serving as the team s academic coordinator. He became the defensive line coach at Missouri State in Springfield, Mo., in 2006 and coached there for the 2006 and 2007 seasons under head coach Terry Allen. In addition to serving as an assistant strength and conditioning coordinator for LSU football, LeBlanc assisted with on-campus recruiting. In his four years with the Tigers, the team captured the 2008 Chickfil-A Bowl Championship over Georgia Tech, 38-3; faced Penn State in the Capital One Bowl following the 2009 season, losing 19-17; defeated Texas A&M, 41-24, for the Cotton Bowl Championship following the 2010 season; and in 2011 captured the SEC Championship and earned a berth in the BCS National Championship Game, before falling to Alabama. LeBlanc earned his bachelor s degree in business administration from Northwestern State in 1997, and completed his master s degree in sports administration at LSU in He and his wife, Niema, have two sons, Dayton and Derrick, and one daughter, Kennedy. LeBlanc At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2013-pres. Southern Miss Defensive Line 2012 Wyoming Defensive Line LSU Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach Missouri State Defensive Line 2005 Arkansas Tech Defensive Line Henderson State Defensive Line 2000 LSU Defensive Graduate Assistant / Defensive Line Bowl Games 2011 LSU BCS National Championship 2010 LSU Cotton Bowl 2009 LSU Capital One Bowl 2008 LSU Chick-Fil-A Bowl 43 southernmiss.com

46 Coaching Staff Luke Meadows Offensive Line In January 2014, Southern Miss football coach Todd Monken announced the hiring of Luke Meadows as assistant coach. Meadows, who coaches the offensive line, joins the Golden Eagles staff after serving as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Florida Atlantic. Meadows came to Hattiesburg with a wealth of experience, after spending two seasons ( ) at FAU, where he was elevated to offensive coordinator midway through the 2013 campaign. When he joined the FAU staff, Meadows was asked to build something from scratch for the first time in 10 years. While he returned several starters, the line was asked to protect for a new system and for the first time the Owls line had to work with a mobile quarterback, who finished fourth in the league in total offense and as the top rushing quarterback in C-USA with 767 yards. Meadows began the year with two linemen that had earned significant playing time. He inserted a junior college transfer as well as the emergence of two younger players and the starting five remained intact except for one player missing an early season game in the schedule. The stability paid off with more than a 100-yard improvement in FAU s total offense and a national rank jump of 22 spots. The line s pass protection saw the quarterback pass efficiency rating improve by 55 spots while the sacks allowed ranking jumped 21 spots. The running game maintained its production despite losing FAU s all-time rushing leader. The offensive line helped by eliminating the sacks and a negative 179 rushing yards lost by the previous season s quarterbacks. Prior to FAU, Meadows worked at South Dakota State for 10 years, serving as an offensive line coach from before being promoted to assistant head coach/offensive coordinator ( ). He was Southern Miss Football

47 Coaching Staff the longest-tenured assistant on John Stiegelemeier s SDSU coaching staff for 10 seasons, six as an assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. In that time, four players earned All-American honors, one academic honor, 19 selected All-Conference and 16 received Academic All- Conference recognition while two All-Newcomers were awarded to offensive linemen. A Hot Springs, S.D. native, Meadows began his coaching career as an undergraduate student at SDSU. After earning a bachelor s degree in 1999, he continued as a graduate assistant with the Jackrabbits during the seasons, coaching the running backs, including Jackrabbit career rushing leader and All-American Josh Ranek. In 2005, Meadows coached an offensive line that helped pave the way for the leading rushing attack in the Great West Football Conference, averaging yards per game. During Meadows time on staff, the Jackrabbits posted four of the top 10 single-season rushing totals in school history and five of the top 10 single-game rushing performances. In addition, SDSU recorded four of the top-10 scoring averages in the program s history, including 35.6 points per game in The 2008 squad also set an SDSU singleseason record with 427 points in 12 games, scoring 40 or more points in a game six times. With Meadows on the coaching staff, SDSU established 11 team single-game and single-season offensive records, including rolling up 689 yards of total offense in the 2005 Hobo Day victory over Missouri-Rolla. Jackrabbit players he coached also established 30 new individual school records during his tenure. Under Meadows guidance, Jackrabbit offensive linemen combined for seven First-Team All-Conference selections, 10 Second- Team selections and a pair of All-Americans. Mitch Erickson, who ended his collegiate career in 2007 with his third straight First-Team All-Great West Football Conference selection, was nearly a consensus All-America pick within the Division I Football Championship Subdivision as a senior. Likewise, center Ryan McKnight earned multiple All- America honors during his senior season in 2010, including First-Team recognition from the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Also during the 2010 season, the Jackrabbit offensive line ranked second in the Football Championship Subdivision, yielding only six sacks the entire campaign. Erickson signed as a free agent by the Denver Broncos and later spent time with the Seattle Seahawks. Casey Knips and Casey Bender, both starters on the Jackrabbits 2009 FCS playoff team, received invitations to NFL camps in 2010 with the Arizona Cardinals and Cleveland Browns, respectively. Bender was currently a member of the Indianapolis Colts, while McKnight signed a free agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. After working as a graduate assistant for South Dakota State ( ), Meadows spent a season as offensive line coach at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Meadows and his wife Rochelle have two children, Daulton and Addyson. Meadows At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2014-pres. Southern Miss Offensive Line 2013 Florida Atlantic Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line 2012 Florida Atlantic Offensive Line South Dakota State Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Coordinator South Dakota State Offensive Line 2001 Wartburg College Offensive Line South Dakota State Offensive Graduate Assistant 45 southernmiss.com

48 Coaching Staff Lytrel Pollard Cornerbacks In January of 2013, former Golden Eagle defensive back Lytrel Pollard returned to Southern Miss for his second stint as an assistant coach. Pollard, a standout player for the Black and Gold, directs the secondary with an emphasis on the cornerbacks. Pollard directed one of the most consistent units on the field for the Golden Eagles in The cornerback duo of Kalan Reed and Ed Wilkins played and started nearly every game for the Black and Gold. Reed played and started 10 games for Southern Miss, while Wilkins played in 11 games with nine starts. The duo combined for 80 tackles, two interceptions, eight pass break ups and two forced fumbles. Alexander Walters also saw a lionshare of the action at cornerback, finishing the year with 25 tackles and two pass break ups. Pollard returned to Southern Miss after a oneyear stint at Marshall where he served as the team s cornerbacks coach. During his stay in Huntington, Pollard s top three defensive backs combined for 16 pass breakups, four interceptions and 111 tackles. Prior to Marshall, Pollard served as UT Martin s defensive coordinator in 2011, where his unit finished second in the Ohio Valley Conference, including a second-best ranking in third down defense. His linebacker, Ben Johnson, finished fourth in the OVC in total tackles, while defensive end DJ Roberts finished second in the league in tackles for losses. Prior to his time at UT Martin, Pollard spent one year at Mississippi College where he served as the Choctaws defensive coordinator for the 2010 season. Before Mississippi College, Pollard was on the University of Memphis coaching staff for two seasons. He was part of the defensive staff that helped Memphis improve from 100th to 57th nationally in total defense in just one season. Pollard spent nine seasons at Southern Miss on head coach Jeff Bower s staff before making the move to Conference USA rival Memphis. Pollard coached defensive backs, linebackers and was the special teams coordinator for the Black and Gold during this tenure. In 2007, Pollard guided the Southern Miss defensive backs who logged 17 interceptions and were led by C-USA standout Brandon Sumrall. Sumrall totaled six picks for 101 yards and made one return for a touchdown that season and was named to the All C-USA first team. He also tied for 18th nationally in interceptions and tallied eight pass breakups. In addition, defensive backs C.J. Bailey and Chico Hunter were named to the C-USA All- Freshman Team. Pollard directed a consistent defensive unit Southern Miss Football

49 Coaching Staff in C-USA. Southern Miss ranked second in total defense and pass defense while leading the league in red zone defense. Pollard also guided the special teams unit, which was highlighted by punter Britt Barefoot, who ranked second in C-USA and 25th nationally in punting. The Golden Eagles ranked second in the league in net punting and were also second in kickoff coverage. Pollard coached the 2005 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year and All-American Kevis Coley, who posted 150 tackles, the sixth best performance in Southern Miss history. Coley s total tackles ranked No. 8 nationally, while his solos (81) were No. 7 nationally. In 2004, Pollard coached outside linebacker Michael Boley, who left his mark as one of the greatest linebackers to ever play at Southern Miss. He was a two-time All-American, including consensus honors in 2004, the C-USA Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 and a three-time All-C-USA selection. He was tabbed a national semifinalist for the Butkus, Bednarik and Lott Awards, while winning the Conerly Trophy, given since 1996 to Mississippi s best college football player. He earned C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors four times and National Player of the Week honors by the Football Writers Association of America and the Walter Camp Foundation. He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in A native of Bay Springs, Miss., Pollard played at Stringer High School and completed an outstanding Southern Miss playing career in 1997 by helping lead the team to a 9-3 record, a C-USA championship and a Liberty Bowl title. He led the team in tackles with 114, a total that was good for fifth place in the conference. He was in double figures in tackles eight times in 11 games as a senior and had a season-best 13 stops in the season opener at Florida. Pollard earned his undergraduate degree from Southern Miss in coaching and sport administration in the spring of 1998 and his master s degree in the fall of Pollard and his wife, Kristina, have two sons, Tylor and Klabron. Pollard At A Glance Year By Year Year Employer Position 2013-pres. Southern Miss Cornerbacks 2012 Marshall Cornerbacks 2011 Tennessee-Martin Defensive Coordinator 2010 Mississippi College Defensive Coordinator Memphis Defensive Assistant Southern Miss Defensive Backs/Special Teams 2005 Southern Miss Linebackers/Special Teams Southern Miss Linebacks 1999 Southern Miss Defensive Graduate Assistant Bowl Games 2008 Memphis St. Petersburg Bowl 2007 Southern Miss PapaJohns.com Bowl 2006 Southern Miss GMAC Bowl 2005 Southern Miss New Orleans Bowl 2004 Southern Miss New Orleans Bowl 2003 Southern Miss Liberty Bowl 2002 Southern Miss Houston Bowl 2000 Southern Miss Mobile Alabama Bowl 1999 Southern Miss Liberty Bowl 1997 Southern Miss (Player) Liberty Bowl 47 southernmiss.com

50 Coaching Staff John Simon Running Backs John Simon joined the Southern Miss head coach Todd Monken s first coaching staff in January of 2013 to lead the running backs. In his first year with the Black and Gold, Southern Miss rushed for 875 total yards, including 1,075 yards by running backs. The team was led by a quartet of running backs Kendrick Hardy, Jalen Richard, George Payne and Tyre Bracken. Hardy and Richard received the lionshare of the carries, combining for 741 yards on 178 carries for a combined average of 4.2 yards per carry. As a true freshman, Payne averaged 4.0 yards per carry, while Bracken averaged a 3.1 clip. In addition to carrying the rock, Simon s 2013 running backs also aided the passing game. Bracken and Richard combined for 52 receptions on the year for 469 total yards (9.0 yards per reception). Hardy added 64 yards on six receptions for a 10.7 average. Prior to joining the Golden Eagle football staff, Simon had a successful run as a coach and administrator at Franklin D. Roosevelt High in the Dallas ISD. During the 2012 season, Simon served as the school s athletic director after hiring a head coach to lead the program where he remained on staff as an assistant coach after spending the 2011 season as the interim head coach. Prior to becoming the interim head coach, Simon was the school s assistant athletic director for two seasons and served as the team s special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach. Simon is known throughout the country through various seminars and attendance at THSCA Coaches Convention, AFCA Coaches Convention, and has also participated in the NFLPA Coaching Symposium and NFL-NCAA Coaches Academy. He has also made a career of motivational speaking through his own nonprofit organization, I.M.A.G.E., focusing on improving minority areas and speaking to at-risk youth. To his credit at Roosevelt, Simon helped develop Patrick Levels into a Division I defensive back. Levels joined the Baylor University football team under the Simon At A Glance direction of head coach Art Briles. In his first season, Levels sat out and participated on practice squad, redshirting to retain eligibility. As a redshirt freshman, Levels played in all 13 of the Bears games, recording 14 tackles, including 10 solo tackles. Simon spent three years in the National Football League two years with the Washington Redskins and one season with the Tennessee Titans. During his collegiate and professional career, Simon crafted his knowledge of the game and coaching style after being led by such legendary coaches as Jeff Fisher, Steve Spurrier, Joe Gibbs, Gary Crowton, Hugh Jackson and his familiarity to Monken goes back to his playing days at Louisiana Tech where Monken was his running backs and then later wide receivers coach. Over his playing career at Louisiana Tech, Simon was a four-year starter and team captain during his senior season, helping the Bulldogs to their first WAC Championship and bowl appearance in 11 years. On the ground, Simon generated 4,852 allpurpose yards and moved to wide receiver during his senior campaign where he extended his streak of games with a catch to a then-ncaa record 46 games, which encompasses every game of his career. He received the Humanitarian Award during the 2001 Humanitarian Bowl and was a recipient of the Louisiana Tech President s Award. Simon is married to the former Cecelia Stroy, who he met while attending Louisiana Tech, and the couple has two children, John IV, and James. Year By Year Year Employer Position 2013-pres. Southern Miss Runnings Backs 2012 Roosevelt HS Athletic Director 2011 Roosevelt HS Interim-Head Coach / Athletic Director 2010 Roosevelt HS Assistant Athletic Director / Special Teams Coordinator / Secondary 2009 Roosevelt HS Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator / Secondary 2008 Roosevelt HS Assistant Coach / Receivers Southern Miss Football

51 Support Staff John Carr Director of Football Operations John Carr joined head coach Todd Monken s staff as Director of Football Operations in June Carr joined the staff with a wealth of knowledge at both the high school and college ranks. As Director of Football Operations, Carr is in charge of all aspects of team travel, event operations, fundraising, clinics and camps. Carr came to Southern Miss from Ouachita Parish High School where he served as the head coach from In that span, Carr built Ouachita into a perennial state playoff team and amassed a record of over his seven years. Since taking over the program, over 30 of Carr s former athletes signed scholarship offers with collegiate programs. In 2005, Carr led the Lions to the Class 4A Louisiana State semi-finals and had quarter-final appearances in 2006, 2008 and Prior to taking over the head position at Ouachita, Carr was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at East Mississippi Community College for one season ( ). Along with his coaching duties, Carr wore multiple hats, serving as the program s sports information director, financial aid director and academic advisor. Carr s coaching background goes back to the conclusion of his college playing days at Louisiana Tech. A two-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs, Carr earned his bachelor s of science in health and physical education from Louisiana Tech and earned his master s of education in administration and supervision from Louisiana-Monroe in He is married to the former Paige Hammonds and the couple has two daughters, Anna and Emma. Carr s father, Roger, also played wide receiver in the NFL for 10 seasons with the Baltimore Colts, Seattle Seahawks and San Diego Chargers. Dayne Brown Director of High School Relations In March 2013, Southern Miss head football coach Todd Monken announced the addition of Dayne Brown to his staff with the title of Director of High School Relations. Brown s day-to-day responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing and coordinating NCAA permissible recruiting activities for the football program. He is charged with determining recruiting needs and initiating recruiting program modifications where needed. Brown is responsible for organizing and communicating recruiting needs in consultation with Coach Monken. In addition, he organizes and coordinates all official, unofficial and game day visits. Brown came to Southern Miss following a twoyear stint as the defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at the University of Pikeville in Pikeville, Ky. With his extensive ties to the Florida area, Brown brought in numerous high-ranking recruiting classes for the NAIA Bears. Prior to going back to the collegiate ranks, Brown spent two years as the head football coach and head weightlifting coach at Harmony High School in Florida where he was named the 2009 Florida Athletic Coaches Association 4A Coach of the Year and the 2009 Orange Belt Conference Weightlifting Coach of the Year after leading the team to a conference title. During his time at Harmony, the football team recorded their first ever wins against rival powers Osceola and Bishop Moore. Brown s experience in collegiate football operations dates back to his time at Northwestern University, under coach Pat Fitzgerald, where he served during the 2007 season through the signing class of Under Brown s direction, Northwestern signed the most successful senior class in school history, a group that recorded 40 wins and appeared in five bowl games. With the Wildcats, Brown directed all recruiting and high school relations efforts while also coordinating all of the day-today recruiting operations to include official, unofficial and game day visits. As the Associate Director of Football Operations, Brown also helped coordinate team travel and training camp schedules and the annual recruiting budget at Big 10 Northwestern. Brown joined the Northwestern staff after stops at Lake Howell High School (Winter Park, Fla. June May 2007) and St. Cloud High School (St. Cloud, Fla. Aug May 2006) where he served as the school s defensive coordinator. His longest high school stint was as Magoffin County High School, near the University of Pikeville, where he served as the team s head coach from July 1999 to March A 1996 graduate of Morehead State University, Brown received his bachelor s degree in social sciences and a master s in educational leadership at Union College. He is married to the former Gina Arnett and has a daughter, Hannah. John Barnett Assistant Director of FB Operations John Barnett joined the Southern Miss football staff in August In 2014, Barnett was promoted to assistant director of football operations, working directly with director of football operations John Carr in all areas of recruiting and team operations. Barnett joined the Golden Eagles in 2011 as a graduate assistant in the football video department, where he filmed all practices and games and assisted with all day-to-day video operations. In 2012, Barnett shifted into a dual-role, working with both the video and operations departments. While maintaining his video responsibilities, he also assisted in all aspects of team travel, event operations, fundraising, clinics and camps. Following the 2012 season, Barnett shifted out of the video department and became the assistant recruiting coordinator, where he assisted with all recruiting logistics, such as mailouts, visitations and summer camps, while maintaining operational duties. Barnett earned his graduate degree from Southern Miss in sport management in 2012 and his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in 2011, graduating Magna Cum Laude in human services. He is the son of Gregory and Tami Barnett of Winchester, Va. 49 southernmiss.com

52 Support Staff Mark Smith Head Strength / Conditioning Coach Mark Smith joined the Southern Miss staff in January 2013 to lead the program s strength and conditioning efforts while overseeing programs for all Golden Eagle athletic teams. Smith came to Southern Miss after spending two years as the assistant director of Strength and Conditioning with the West Virginia football program. Prior to his stint at West Virginia, he worked as the director of Strength and Conditioning for football at Tennessee in His other collegiate experience includes tenures at South Carolina, (Director of Strength and Conditioning), Kansas, (Director of Strength and Conditioning), Florida, (assistant director of Strength and Conditioning) and NC State, (assistant director of Strength and Conditioning). He served two stints in the NFL working with the New Orleans Saints (2004), (assistant Strength and Conditioning) and the Washington Redskins ( ). He has coached 15 first-round draft picks during his career; numerous Pro Bowl players; and one player selected for the Lou Groza Award and one NFL Hall of Fame player. Smith, a native of Kannapolis, N.C., was a two-year starter and three-year letterwinner as a linebacker at NC State. He graduated with his bachelor s degree from NC State in After his collegiate career, he was signed as a free agent linebacker with the Dallas Cowboys. Smith and his wife, Frances, have two boys, Mark and Dylan. Steve Gortmaker Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning Steve Gortmaker joined Mark Smith s strength and conditioning staff in 2013, where he assists in all areas of the Golden Eagle strength program. Prior to joining the Golden Eagles, Gortmaker spent four seasons at Tennessee where he served as the Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning. Gortmaker, a former Oklahoma defensive back, also spent four seasons on coach Steve Spurrier s staff at South Carolina from Before his time in Columbia, Gortmaker worked with Smith at Kansas from on coach Mark Mangino s staff. He also spent time in Bowling Green, Ky., as a member of the strength staff on legendary coach Jack Harbaugh s squad at Western Kentucky from While at Western, the Hilltoppers advanced to the AA Playoffs. Gortmaker also spent time as a strength coach at his alma mater from The Sooners won the 2000 AP National Championship and the Big XII championship during his time with the program. The White Deer, Texas native is a 1998 graduate of Oklahoma and earned Academic All-Big XII honors. He is married to the former Brooke Martin of Irmo, S.C. Todd McCall Assistant Director of Athletics / Sports Medicine Todd McCall came to Southern Miss in 2003 to oversee the Golden Eagle Athletic Training Department, and, in 2005, he was promoted to Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine. McCall came to Southern Miss in 2003 after serving as the Director of Sports Medicine and an adjunct faculty member in the athletic training education program at the University of Wyoming for two years. Prior to working at Wyoming, McCall served as the Head Athletic Trainer for Football and Assistant Athletic Trainer at Marshall University for two years. He took the job at Marshall after working as an assistant athletic trainer at Georgia Southern, where he handled the medical coverage for the men s basketball and baseball teams from A native of Elba, Ala., McCall earned his bachelor s degree in athletic training and sports medicine from the University of Alabama in While at Alabama, McCall worked with the football, basketball and gymnastics programs, as well as other Olympic sports. In 1998, McCall completed his master s degree in sport administration at Southern Miss, while working with the Golden Eagle football team. In 2003, McCall was awarded the Jack Davis Professional Achievement Award from the University of Alabama for his outstanding professional accomplishments in the field of athletic training. A certified member of the National Athletic Trainer s Association, McCall also gained experience while working with the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL (training camp, 1996), the Shreveport Pirates of the CFL (training camp, 1995) and the Blue/Gray All-Star football game in Montgomery, Ala. Patrick Stewart Assistant Athletics Director / Equipment Operations Patrick Stewart is a veteran of the Southern Miss equipment staff. Stewart joined the Golden Eagles in 1996 as a graduate assistant before being hired full-time in In 2005, Stewart was promoted to the Director of Equipment Operations. A native of Miamisburg, Ohio, Stewart came to Southern Miss after serving as a student manager at the University of Cincinnati for five years. He administers the total equipment operation and day-to-day business for the athletic department with primary emphasis on football. He also oversees inventory and purchasing for the entire department. Other sports that Stewart is responsible for include men s and women s golf and tennis. He received his bachelor s degree in business administration in 1996 from the University of Cincinnati and was awarded his master s in sport administration at Southern Miss in In addition to his experience on the collegiate level, Stewart has served as an intern with the Cleveland Browns and with the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL Southern Miss Football

53 Support Staff He is a member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association and received his certification in June He is a former President of District 4 of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (A.E.M.A.), after serving six years as Vice President and also held a fiveyear term as chairman of Conference USA Equipment Managers. The Athletic Equipment Managers Association held its annual convention in New Orleans during the summer of 2002, and Stewart was one of its featured speakers. The Southern Miss Equipment Department was honored as the best equipment operation in Conference USA for and , as voted on by the other equipment managers in the conference. In 2003 and 2006, Stewart was honored with the Jeff Boss District 4 Equipment Manager of the Year Award, signifying the top equipment manager in the district as selected by his peers. He was also nominated for the Glenn Sharpe Award in 2006, given annually to the top equipment manager in the nation. Stewart is married to the former Ty Shuna Dyess of Bassfield, Miss. Ty works with the Athletic Media Relations Department at Southern Miss. Zack Gatwood Assistant Equipment Manager Zack Gatwood officially joined the Southern Miss staff in 2012 as the assistant equipment manager for the Golden Eagles after serving time on the equipment staff as a student and graduate assistant. In this capacity, Gatwood also manages the equipment needs of women s soccer, softball and men s and women s tennis and golf. In addition to assisting with football, he also lends his talents to the baseball team. Gatwood is certified by American Equipment Manager s Association (AEMA). With football, Gatwood helps director Patrick Stewart outfit the Golden Eagles in the most up-to-date shoulder pads, helmets, jerseys, gloves, cleats and more for both games and practices. He also keeps department inventory and sets up game day operations on the sidelines with his staff of student workers. Gatwood, a native of Petal, Miss., served as the graduate assistant in the department for two years while completing his master s degree work in sport management. During his time in graduate school, Gatwood also garnered the award for the Most Outstanding Student in the Human Performance and Recreation department. Prior to his appointment as the graduate assistant, Gatwood was an undergraduate student worker for four years while working on his bachelor s degree at the University, also in sports management. In 2008, as an undergrad, Gatwood spent two months working on an internship with the NFL s Jacksonville Jaguars in the team s equipment room. Gatwood is the son of Johnny and Carolyn Gatwood, both avid tailgaters and fans of the Golden Eagles. Tara Weisshaar Assistant Video Director / Football Video Coordinator Tara Weisshaar joined the Southern Miss staff in February of 2014 as the Assistant Video Director and Football Video Coordinator. Her responsibilities include, but are not limited to all football team video needs, including filming, editing, importing all practices, games and opponent scout film. In addition, Weisshaar creates and produces motivational videos for the football team. She assists the football coaches with all other video needs. Prior to joining the Golden Eagles staff, Weisshaar was the Football Video Coordinator at Northern Colorado from She also worked as a football assistant intern at Northern Colorado from Weisshaar served as an operations assistant with the Colorado Ice (IFL). In addition, she was a student assistant football coach, working with the linebackers at her alma mater, Bethany College. Weisshaar earned her bachelor s degrees in music with a minor in business from Bethany College in The Burlington, Colo. native received a master s degree in sports management and sports coaching from the United States Sports Academy in In addition, Weisshaar played softball for one season at Bethany College. Brian Hudson Offensive Quality Control After spending two seasons working with coach Todd Monken at Oklahoma State, Brian Hudson joined his former offensive coordinator in Hattiesburg as the offensive quality control coach. As with the Cowboys, Hudson works directly with Monken to coach the quarterbacks, coming to Hattiesburg with lofty credentials in that category. During his two years in Stillwater, the Cowboys ranked No. 4 and No. 3 nationally in total offense and scoring offense, respectively, and put up a 20-6 record over a two-year span including a Big 12 and Fiesta Bowl Championship. Hudson got his start in coaching as a student assistant at OSU in 2008 while working with coaches Mike Gundy, Gunter Brewer and Dana Holgorsen. Hudson has also worked on the staffs of five bowl-bound teams, seeing the field in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Alamo Bowl, Cotton Bowl and Holiday Bowl. In 2010, Hudson earned his undergraduate degree in university studies from Oklahoma State. 51 southernmiss.com

54 Support Staff Grant Garner Offensive Graduate Assistant After a stint in the NFL, former Oklahoma State standout Grant Garner joined Todd Monken s first staff as an offensive graduate assistant. Garner, who served as an interim offensive line coach for the Golden Eagles during part of the 2013, will assist coach Luke Meadows with the O-line. A 2011 Rimington Award finalist, given to the nation s top center, Garner spent time in the NFL with the Washington Redskins before joining the coaching ranks. In 2011, his senior season with the Cowboys, Garner was a third-team AP All-American at center and was named the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year. He also earned first-team All-American honors from SI.com and first-time All-Big 12 honors from the coaches and AP polls. He finished his collegiate career with 24 starts and allowed just a half of a sack in his senior year. In 2010, Garner started every game at center and was named the OSU Offensive Lineman of the Week twice in his first season as a starter. That season, OSU allowed just 10 sacks in 13 games while ranking third nationally in total offense and scoring. Garner is married to the former Bailey Slough and holds a Business Management degree from OSU. Javier Gonzalez Defensive Quality Control Javier Gonzalez rejoins the Southern Miss football staff for his first season as the defensive quality control coach. Gonzalez will assist defensive coordinate David Duggan and work directly with the coaches of the secondary, Pete Golding and Lytrel Pollard. Prior to returning to the Golden Eagles, Gonzalez worked at Minot State University in Minot, N.D. as the cornerbacks coach. He was responsible for preparation and performance of the cornerbacks, as well as film breakdown, self-scouting and monitoring academics. In , Gonzalez served as the Graduate Assistant in the Southern Miss Sports Video Department, working directly with football. He assisted in coordinating film exchange, as well as, videotaping and editing film. Before working with the Golden Eagles, Gonzalez worked at Wofford College as a defensive quality control coach in The Joliet, Ill. native, helped with film breakdown and game day charting. He was a staff member for the team s 2012 Southern Conference Championship. In addition, Gonzalez worked at Joliet Junior College ( ) as an assistant football coach for the secondary, helping the team with the 2009 Graphic Edge Bowl. He was an assistant football coach, working with wide receivers, at Joliet Central High School (2008) and was the Hammond High School head freshman coach and assistant varsity coach for the secondary (2006). Gonzalez earned his bachelor s degree in criminal justice from Governors State University in 2009 before earning a master s degree in public safety administration from Lewis University in Matt Kitchens Defensive Graduate Assistant Matt Kitchens, a former four-year letterwinner at Arkansas Tech, enters his second season as a defensive graduate assistant with the Golden Eagles. Kitchens came to Southern Miss after one season as the full-time linebackers coach at his alma mater. In his lone year leading the unit, Kitchens had one linebacker, Logan Genz, top the 100-tackle mark and lead the team in tackles. Genz also tallied a team-best 9.5 tackles for loss. Prior to taking over the fulltime duties, Kitchens spent two seasons as a defensive graduate assistant at Arkansas Tech where he also assisted with the linebackers. In his four years as a Wonder Boy, Kitchens played in 42 games with 20 starts and recorded 211 total tackles, including 104 solo stops. In addition, Kitchens, who was an All-State selection and a two-time Class 5A All- Conference selection at Russellville High School, had 14.0 tackles for loss for 46 yards, had one sack, forced three fumbles, recovered four fumbles and picked off one passes. As a senior in 2009, Kitchens recorded 46 tackles, 7.5 tackles for a loss and a sack to help lead the Wonder Boys to a 9-3 overall record and a second round appearance in the NCAA Division II Playoffs. Kitchens is married to the former Jaclyn Blake of Wynne, Ark. Matt O Donnell Defensive Graduate Assistant Matthew O Donnell, a former letterwinner at Brown University, enters his first season as a defensive graduate assistant with the Golden Eagles. O Donnell joined the Southern Miss staff after working as an intern for one year at the University of Iowa. Working as a student assistant, O Donnell helped out with both the offense and strength and conditioning staffs. For the offensive staff, he assisted with preparing weekly playbook binders, opponent breakdown and game day charting. In the weight room, O Donnell aided with athlete training, daily equipment maintenance and test data imputing. Before his stint with the Hawkeyes, O Donnell was a linebacker for the Brown University football team, helping the Bears claim the 2008 Ivy League Championship. In 2011, he was tabbed All-Ivy League. O Donnell was a member of the football team s Leadership Committee. Off the field, he organized the Bench Press 4 Cancer benefit for the American Cancer Society and participated in the Be the Match bone marrow matching program. The Iowa City, Iowa native was a member of Theta Delta Chi fraternity. In addition, O Donnell volunteered at Fox Point Elementary School in Providence, R.I. O Donnell graduated from Brown with a bachelor s degree in economics in Southern Miss Football

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56 Numerical Roster NO NAME POS HT WT CL. EXP HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL 1 Tyre oune Holmes WR So. 1L Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown HS 1 Xavier Marion DB Fr. HS Ridgeland, Miss./Ridgeland HS 2 Parker Adamson QB RFr. RS Oxford, Miss./Oxford HS 2 Trae Collins DB RFr. RS Columbus, Miss./New Hope HS 3 Cornell Armstrong DB Fr. HS Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 3 Daythan Davis FB-TE Fr. HS Cresson, Texas/Aledo HS 5 Walden Davis DB Fr. HS Suwannee, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS 5 D.J. Thompson WR RSo. 1L Pearl, Miss./Pearl HS 6 Kelsey Douglas DB So. 1L Missouri City, Texas/Hightower HS 6 Marquise Ricard WR So. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Southern Lab 7 Jomez Applewhite DB RFr. RS Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 7 Kyle Sloter TE RSo. 1L Johns Creek, Ga./Mt. Pisgah Christian 8 Urell Johnson DB RSr. 1L New Orleans, La./Texas Tech 8 Gunner Roach QB Fr. HS Mobile, Ala./UMS-Wright Prep 9 Nick Mullens QB So. 1L Hoover, Ala./Spain Park HS 9 Draper Riley DL RFr. RS Harvey, La./West Jefferson HS 11 Kalan Reed DB Jr. 2L Birmingham, Ala./Briarwood Christian HS 11 Cole Weeks QB RSr. 1L Freeport, Fla./Brevard College 12 Jarell Aaron WR RSo. SQ Poplarville, Miss./Poplarville HS 12 Emmanuel Johnson DB Sr. 3L McKenzie, Ala./McKenzie HS 13 Picasso Nelson DB Fr. HS Mendenhall, Miss./Oak Grove HS 14 Matt Bergeron QB RSo. SQ Mandeville, La./Lamar 14 Terrick Wright LB RJr. 2L Gadsden, Ala./Gadsden City HS 15 James Cox WR So. 1L Tuscaloosa, Ala./Northridge HS 16 Tyler Matthews QB RSo. TR Wichita, Kan./TCU 16 Elijah Parker LB So. TR Brandon, Miss./Mississippi Gulf Coast CC 17 David Bertucci LB RJr. 2L Gulfport, Miss./Gulfport HS 18 Keelan Anderson DB RSr. 1L New Orleans, La./John Ehret HS 18 Korey Robertson WR Fr. HS Greenwood, Miss./Greenwood HS 19 Justin Abston DB So. 1L Mobile, Ala./Davidson HS 19 Ito Smith RB Fr. HS Semmes, Ala./McGill-Toolen Catholic HS 20 Ryan Seaberg FB-TE Jr. TR Chattanooga, Tenn./Elon 21 Johntre Goudy RB RSo. 1L Meridian, Miss./Southeast Lauderdale HS 21 Troy Jeter DB So. TR Aliquippa, Pa./ASA College 22 Darian Yancey LB Fr. HS Auburn, Ala./Auburn HS 23 Markese Triplett WR RSr. 3L Louisville, Miss./Louisville HS 24 George Payne RB So. 1L Mobile, Ala./St. Luke s Episcopal HS 25 Corey Acosta PK RSr. 3L Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS 25 Curtis Mikell WR Fr. HS Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 26 Jeremy Sangster LB Fr. HS Louisville, Miss./Louisville HS 27 Delvin Welch RB RSr. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Mississippi College 27 Kevin Williams Jr. DB RFr. RS Frisco, Texas/Wakeland HS 28 Jacorius Cotton DB RSr. 2L LaGrange, Ga./Troup County HS 28 Kewin Nielsen PK RJr. 1L Biloxi, Miss./Mount Union 29 Aaron Harris LB Fr. HS Norcross, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS 30 Jalen Richard RB Jr. 2L Alexandria, La./Peabody Magnet HS 31 Carlos Burse WR RFr. TR Alpharetta, Ga./Vanderbilt 32 Xavier Thigpen DL RFr. RS Hebron, Miss./West Jones HS 33 Matthew Moseley P RJr. 1L Franklin, Tenn./Tennessee State 34 Evan Osborne DB So. 1L Pearl, Miss./Pearl HS 35 Justin Penn LB RSr. 3L Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 36 Brandon Roberts PK RSo. TR Daphne, Ala./Delta State 36 Jay Shawn Washington FB-TE Fr. HS Marrero, La./John Ehret HS 37 Alan Howze LB RSr. 4L Ocean Springs, Miss./Ocean Springs HS 38 Jerry McCorvey DL RSo. 1L Vancleave, Miss./Vancleave HS 39 Brian Anderson LB Jr. TR Little Rock, Ark./Butte College 40 C.J. Perry LB So. 1L Bessemer, Ala./Bessemer Academy 41 Antrion Walker LB RSr. TR Ferriday, La./Southeastern Louisiana 42 Ta Dren Kennedy LB RSr. 2L Hattiesburg, Miss./Hattiesburg HS 43 Marcus Turner DB RSo. 1L McCalla, Ala./McAdory HS Southern Miss Football

57 Numerical Roster 45 Dasman McCullum DL RSr. 3L Hebron, Miss./West Jones HS 46 Wil Freeman DL Jr. 2L Flowood, Miss./Northwest Rankin HS 47 Nic Bekkers DL RSr. 1L Perry, Ga./Westfield HS 48 Darrion Goudy RB RSr. SQ Meridian, Miss./Southeast Lauderdale HS 49 Adam Williams DL RSr. 1L Tunica, Miss./Coahoma CC 50 Lance Schuffert DS RJr. 2L Prattville, Ala./Prattville HS 51 Vohn Keith DL RFr. RS Mobile, Ala./Faith Academy 54 Lelland Ducksworth LB RSo. 2L Hattiesburg, Miss./North Forrest HS 55 Thomas Collins OL RJr. TR Jackson, Miss./Hinds CC 60 Hayden McMahan OL Fr. HS Wilmer, Ala./Faith Academy 61 Bradley Nugent OL RJr. SQ Pell Lake, Wis./Badger HS 63 Fred Moore OL Sr. 1L Heidelberg, Miss./Jones County JC 64 Chaz Cavignac OL RJr. 1L Slidell, La./Northshore HS 67 Christopher Robinson DL RFr. RS Shreveport, La./Woodlawn HS 68 Brandon Farmer OL RSo. 1L Gulfport, Miss./Harrison Central HS 69 Wesley Haas OL Jr. TR Kiln, Miss./Pearl River CC 70 Cameron Tom OL So. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Catholic HS 71 Randal Agee OL RJr. 1L Terrytown, La./Jesuit HS 72 Norman Price OL Jr. JC Vicksburg, Miss./Hinds CC 73 Rashod Hill OL RJr. 2L Jacksonville, Fla./Ed White HS 74 Jerry Harris OL RFr. RS Hueytown, Ala./Hueytown HS 75 Oliver Bates OL RSo. 1L Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown HS 76 Michael Brinson OL RJr. 1L Flowood, Miss./Univ. Christian School 78 Devin Farrior OL RFr. 1L Waynesboro, Miss./Wayne County HS 80 Kyle Foster WR RJr. TR Ann Arbor, Mich./Dodge City CC 81 Chad Cook WR So. TR Long Beach, Miss./Pearl River CC 82 Tyler Sarrazin P-PK So. 1L Geismar, La./Dutchtown HS 83 Cooper Harrington WR RJr. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Briarwood Christian HS 84 Juan Smith WR RFr. TR Baker, La./Southern Lab 85 Ja Boree Poole DL So. 1L Brookhaven, Miss./Brookhaven HS 85 Tyler Walker WR So. HS Baker, La./Zachary HS 86 Dillon Fedora WR RJr. SQ Hattiesburg, Miss./Oklahoma State 88 Michael Thomas WR Jr. TR Chicago, Ill./Dodge City CC 89 JaMicheal Willis WR Jr. TR Birmingham, Ala./Jones County JC 90 Rod Crayton DL RFr. RS Dadeville, Ala./Dadeville HS 91 Michael Smith DL RJr. 2L Birmingham, Ala./Wenonah HS 92 Nick Carlis DL RFr. RS Mobile, Ala./Faith Academy 94 Dylan Bradley DL So. 1L Macon, Miss./Noxubee County HS 95 Quentin Smith DL RFr. RS Clinton, Miss./Clinton HS 97 Rakeem Nunez-Roches DL RJr. 3L Dangriga, Belize/Central (Ala.) HS 99 J.T. Williams DL Fr. HS Denton, Texas/Ryan HS Coaching/Support Staff Head Coach: Todd Monken (Knox College, 1989), Second Season Assistant Head Coach/Player Personnel: Jon Williams (Wingate, 1996) Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: David Duggan (New Hampshire, 1986) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Chip Lindsey (Alabama, 1997) Special Teams Coordinator/Inside Receivers: John Wozniak (Knox College, 1999) Defensive Line: Derrick LeBlanc (Northwestern State, 1997) Offensive Line: Luke Meadows (South Dakota State, 1999) Secondary/Cornerbacks: Lytrel Pollard (Southern Miss, 1998) Running Backs: John Simon (Louisiana Tech, 2003) Secondary/Safeties: Pete Golding (Delta State, 2005) Director of Football Operations: John Carr (Louisiana Tech, 1996) Recruiting Coordinator/Director of High School Relations: Dayne Brown (Morehead State, 2003) Assistant Director of Football Operations: John Barnett (Virginia Tech, 2011) Director Strength & Conditioning: Mark Smith (N.C. State, 1989) Assistant AD for Athletic Training: Todd McCall (Alabama, 1996) Assistant AD for Equipment Operations: Patrick Stewart (Cincinnati, 1996) Assistant Equipment Manager: Zack Gatwood (Southern Miss, 2010) Assistant Video Director/FB Video Coordinator: Tara Weisshaar (Bethany College, 2008) 55 southernmiss.com

58 Alphabetical Roster NO NAME POS HT WT CL. EXP HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL 12 Jarell Aaron WR RSo. SQ Poplarville, Miss./Poplarville HS 19 Justin Abston DB So. 1L Mobile, Ala./Davidson HS 25 Corey Acosta PK RSr. 3L Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS 2 Parker Adamson QB RFr. RS Oxford, Miss./Oxford HS 71 Randal Agee OL RJr. 1L Terrytown, La./Jesuit HS 39 Brian Anderson LB Jr. TR Little Rock, Ark./Butte College 18 Keelan Anderson DB RSr. 1L New Orleans, La./John Ehret HS 7 Jomez Applewhite DB RFr. RS Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 3 Cornell Armstrong DB Fr. HS Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 75 Oliver Bates OL RSo. 1L Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown HS 47 Nic Bekkers DL RSr. 1L Perry, Ga./Westfield HS 14 Matt Bergeron QB RSo. SQ Mandeville, La./Lamar 17 David Bertucci LB RJr. 2L Gulfport, Miss./Gulfport HS 94 Dylan Bradley DL So. 1L Macon, Miss./Noxubee County HS 76 Michael Brinson OL RJr. 1L Flowood, Miss./Univ. Christian School 31 Carlos Burse WR RFr. TR Alpharetta, Ga./Vanderbilt 92 Nick Carlis DL RFr. RS Mobile, Ala./Faith Academy 64 Chaz Cavignac OL RJr. 1L Slidell, La./Northshore HS 55 Thomas Collins OL RJr. TR Jackson, Miss./Hinds CC 2 Trae Collins DB RFr. RS Columbus, Miss./New Hope HS 81 Chad Cook WR So. TR Long Beach, Miss./Pearl River CC 28 Jacorius Cotton DB RSr. 2L LaGrange, Ga./Troup County HS 15 James Cox WR So. 1L Tuscaloosa, Ala./Northridge HS 90 Rod Crayton DL RFr. RS Dadeville, Ala./Dadeville HS 3 Daythan Davis FB-TE Fr. HS Cresson, Texas/Aledo HS 5 Walden Davis DB Fr. HS Suwannee, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS 6 Kelsey Douglas DB So. 1L Missouri City, Texas/Hightower HS 54 Lelland Ducksworth LB RSo. 2L Hattiesburg, Miss./North Forrest HS 68 Brandon Farmer OL RSo. 1L Gulfport, Miss./Harrison Central HS 78 Devin Farrior OL RFr. 1L Waynesboro, Miss./Wayne County HS 86 Dillon Fedora WR RJr. SQ Hattiesburg, Miss./Oklahoma State 80 Kyle Foster WR RJr. TR Ann Arbor, Mich./Dodge City CC 46 Wil Freeman DL Jr. 2L Flowood, Miss./Northwest Rankin HS 48 Darrion Goudy RB RSr. SQ Meridian, Miss./Southeast Lauderdale HS 21 Johntre Goudy RB RSo. 1L Meridian, Miss./Southeast Lauderdale HS 69 Wesley Haas OL Jr. TR Kiln, Miss./Pearl River CC 83 Cooper Harrington WR RJr. 1L Birmingham, Ala./Briarwood Christian HS 29 Aaron Harris LB Fr. HS Norcross, Ga./Peachtree Ridge HS 74 Jerry Harris OL RFr. RS Hueytown, Ala./Hueytown HS 73 Rashod Hill OL RJr. 2L Jacksonville, Fla./Ed White HS 1 Tyre oune Holmes WR So. 1L Tylertown, Miss./Tylertown HS 37 Alan Howze LB RSr. 4L Ocean Springs, Miss./Ocean Springs HS 21 Troy Jeter DB So. TR Aliquippa, Pa./ASA College 12 Emmanuel Johnson DB Sr. 3L McKenzie, Ala./McKenzie HS 8 Urell Johnson DB RSr. 1L New Orleans, La./Texas Tech 51 Vohn Keith DL RFr. RS Mobile, Ala./Faith Academy 42 Ta Dren Kennedy LB RSr. 2L Hattiesburg, Miss./Hattiesburg HS 1 Xavier Marion DB Fr. HS Ridgeland, Miss./Ridgeland HS 16 Tyler Matthews QB RSo. TR Wichita, Kan./TCU 38 Jerry McCorvey DL RSo. 1L Vancleave, Miss./Vancleave HS 45 Dasman McCullum DL RSr. 3L Hebron, Miss./West Jones HS 60 Hayden McMahan OL Fr. HS Wilmer, Ala./Faith Academy 25 Curtis Mikell WR Fr. HS Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 63 Fred Moore OL Sr. 1L Heidelberg, Miss./Jones County JC 33 Matthew Moseley P RJr. 1L Franklin, Tenn./Tennessee State 9 Nick Mullens QB So. 1L Hoover, Ala./Spain Park HS 13 Picasso Nelson DB Fr. HS Mendenhall, Miss./Oak Grove HS 28 Kewin Nielsen PK RJr. 1L Biloxi, Miss./Mount Union 61 Bradley Nugent OL RJr. SQ Pell Lake, Wis./Badger HS 97 Rakeem Nunez-Roches DL RJr. 3L Dangriga, Belize/Central (Ala.) HS Southern Miss Football

59 Alphabetical Roster 34 Evan Osborne DB So. 1L Pearl, Miss./Pearl HS 16 Elijah Parker LB So. TR Brandon, Miss./Mississippi Gulf Coast CC 24 George Payne RB So. 1L Mobile, Ala./St. Luke s Episcopal HS 35 Justin Penn LB RSr. 3L Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield HS 40 C.J. Perry LB So. 1L Bessemer, Ala./Bessemer Academy 85 Ja Boree Poole DL So. 1L Brookhaven, Miss./Brookhaven HS 72 Norman Price OL Jr. JC Vicksburg, Miss./Hinds CC 11 Kalan Reed DB Jr. 2L Birmingham, Ala./Briarwood Christian HS 6 Marquise Ricard WR So. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Southern Lab 30 Jalen Richard RB Jr. 2L Alexandria, La./Peabody Magnet HS 9 Draper Riley DL RFr. RS Harvey, La./West Jefferson HS 8 Gunner Roach QB Fr. HS Mobile, Ala./UMS-Wright Prep 36 Brandon Roberts PK RSo. TR Daphne, Ala./Delta State 18 Korey Robertson WR Fr. HS Greenwood, Miss./Greenwood HS 67 Christopher Robinson DL RFr. RS Shreveport, La./Woodlawn HS 26 Jeremy Sangster LB Fr. HS Louisville, Miss./Louisville HS 82 Tyler Sarrazin P-PK So. 1L Geismar, La./Dutchtown HS 50 Lance Schuffert DS RJr. 2L Prattville, Ala./Prattville HS 20 Ryan Seaberg FB-TE Jr. TR Chattanooga, Tenn./Elon 7 Kyle Sloter TE RSo. 1L Johns Creek, Ga./Mt. Pisgah Christian 19 Ito Smith RB Fr. HS Semmes, Ala./McGill-Toolen Catholic HS 84 Juan Smith WR RFr. TR Baker, La./Southern Lab 91 Michael Smith DL RJr. 2L Birmingham, Ala./Wenonah HS 95 Quentin Smith DL RFr. RS Clinton, Miss./Clinton HS 32 Xavier Thigpen DL RFr. RS Hebron, Miss./West Jones HS 88 Michael Thomas WR Jr. TR Chicago, Ill./Dodge City CC 5 D.J. Thompson WR RSo. 1L Pearl, Miss./Pearl HS 70 Cameron Tom OL So. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Catholic HS 23 Markese Triplett WR RSr. 3L Louisville, Miss./Louisville HS 43 Marcus Turner DB RSo. 1L McCalla, Ala./McAdory HS 41 Antrion Walker LB RSr. TR Ferriday, La./Southeastern Louisiana 85 Tyler Walker WR So. HS Baker, La./Zachary HS 36 Jay Shawn Washington FB-TE Fr. HS Marrero, La./John Ehret HS 11 Cole Weeks QB RSr. 1L Freeport, Fla./Brevard College 27 Delvin Welch RB RSr. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Mississippi College 49 Adam Williams DL RSr. 1L Tunica, Miss./Coahoma CC 99 J.T. Williams DL Fr. HS Denton, Texas/Ryan HS 27 Kevin Williams Jr. DB RFr. RS Frisco, Texas/Wakeland HS 89 JaMicheal Willis WR Jr. TR Birmingham, Ala./Jones County JC 14 Terrick Wright LB RJr. 2L Gadsden, Ala./Gadsden City HS 22 Darian Yancey LB Fr. HS Auburn, Ala./Auburn HS Coaching/Support Staff Head Coach: Todd Monken (Knox College, 1989), Second Season Assistant Head Coach/Player Personnel: Jon Williams (Wingate, 1996) Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: David Duggan (New Hampshire, 1986) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Chip Lindsey (Alabama, 1997) Special Teams Coordinator/Inside Receivers: John Wozniak (Knox College, 1999) Defensive Line: Derrick LeBlanc (Northwestern State, 1997) Offensive Line: Luke Meadows (South Dakota State, 1999) Secondary/Cornerbacks: Lytrel Pollard (Southern Miss, 1998) Running Backs: John Simon (Louisiana Tech, 2003) Secondary/Safeties: Pete Golding (Delta State, 2005) Director of Football Operations: John Carr (Louisiana Tech, 1996) Recruiting Coordinator/Director of High School Relations: Dayne Brown (Morehead State, 2003) Assistant Director of Football Operations: John Barnett (Virginia Tech, 2011) Director Strength & Conditioning: Mark Smith (N.C. State, 1989) Assistant AD for Athletic Training: Todd McCall (Alabama, 1996) Assistant AD for Equipment Operations: Patrick Stewart (Cincinnati, 1996) Assistant Equipment Manager: Zack Gatwood (Southern Miss, 2010) Assistant Video Director/FB Video Coordinator: Tara Weisshaar (Bethany College, 2008) 57 southernmiss.com

60 Meet the Golden Eagles #1 Jarell Aaron WR RSo. Poplarville, Miss. Poplarville HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star recruit from Scout.com Played for coach Chris Teal at Poplarville High School Caught 32 passes for 599 yards as a senior with a long of 54 Had six touchdown receptions Also competed in basketball Ran track for the Hornets, participating in the jumps Won the 2012 state triple jump championship and placed second in the state long jump competition Placed third in the triple jump in the 2012 Junior Olympics Honor student. Personal: Full name is Jarell Markee Aaron Son of Monica Aaron and Derrick Frank Has two younger brothers, Darius Threats and Jerome Henry Cousin, Bretta Hart, plays basketball at Ole Miss Born on Nov. 7, 1993 in Poplarville, Miss. Majoring in criminal justice. #19 Justin Abston DB So. Mobile, Ala. Davidson HS 2013 (Freshman): Played in five games on the season Saw a majority of action in the Golden Eagles victory at UAB Notched a pair of solo tackles against the Blazers. High School: Attended Grayson High School (2010, 2011) before concluding prep career at Davidson High School (2012, 2013) Helped the teams to the State Playoffs as a sophomore, junior and senior Notched 108 career tackles in two seasons at Davidson HS with five career interceptions As a senior, recorded 78 stops and four picks Had two interceptions, three pass break ups and five tackles as a senior against Mary G. Montgomery HS. Personal: Full name is Justin Alexander Abston Son of Camelia Wicks and James Abston Has three sisters, Shantel Abston, Jasmine Abston and Kiara Hicks Cousin, Spencer Johnson, played collegiate football at Auburn and is currently in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills Born on July 7, 1995 in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Majoring in electronics. #25 Corey Acosta PK RSr. Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Member of the C-USA All- Academic Team Played in all 12 games on the season Led the Golden Eagles in points with 57, going 11-for-20 in field goals and a perfect 24-for-24 in point after touchdown attempts Had a seasonhigh eight PATs in Southern Miss victory at UAB Made multiple field goals in six games on the year, converting a pair of FGs against Texas State, No. 22 Nebraska, Marshall, Louisiana Tech and UAB Hit a season-long 50-yard field goal on the road against Louisiana Tech Also registered 14 punts on the year, tallying 546 yards for a 39.0 average with a long of 58 against Boise State (Redshirt Sophomore): Took over the primary kicking duties for the Golden Eagles, including place kicking and kickoffs Led the team in scoring with 60 points on the season, going 11- for-17 in field goals and 27-of-28 in point after attempts Connected on his first two attempts of the season, at Nebraska, including a 45-yarder Nailed two kicks from 50 yards or better Had a season and career-long of 51 yards against Marshall Averaged 56.8 yards per kickoff with eight touchbacks Added one touchdown saving tackle on the season Member of the C-USA All-Academic Team (Redshirt Freshman): Saw first career action against Louisiana Tech (9/3), nailing two second-half field goals from 25 and 42 yards due to injury to starter Danny Hrapmann Also had three kickoffs for 168 yards against the Bulldogs (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star athlete by Scout.com and ranked the No. 14 kicker in the country Rated the 17th-best kicker by Rivals.com and a two-star prospect Converted 14-of-19 field goals, including a long of 49 yards, and connected on 29-of-30 extra points for coach Kevin Locastro at Christian Brothers High School Added a 68-yard kickoff average and tallied 85 percent touchbacks Was 3-of-5 from 40-yards and beyond All-Metro and All-Mid- South honoree Member of the Blue Squad for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl All-Star Game Lettered in both football and soccer All-Region and All-District performer for Christiana Brothers HS Helped the Purple Wave win the 2009 and 2010 State Soccer Championships Honor student and member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and Spanish National Honor Society Garnered the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholarship Award. Personal: Full name is Corey Austin Acosta Son of Terry and John Acosta Has an older brother Hunter and sister-in-law Shannon Mom, Terry, was a cheerleader at Tennessee-Martin and brother, Hunter, played soccer at Maryville College Born on July 12, 1991 in Memphis, Tenn. Majoring in biological sciences Game-By-Game Statistics (FG-FGA-XP- XPA): Louisiana Tech Southern Miss Football

61 Meet the Golden Eagles 2012 Game-By-Game Statistics (FG-FGA-XP- XPA): Nebraska ; East Carolina ; Western Kentucky ; Louisville ; Boise State ; UCF ; Marshall ; Rice ; UAB ; SMU ; UTEP ; Memphis Gamy-By-Game Statistics (FG-FGA-XP- XPA): Texas State ; Nebraska ; Arkansas ; Boise State ; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Acosta s Career Statistics Year FGM-A Pct. Long XPM-A Points Totals #2 Parker Adamson QB RFr. Oxford, Miss. Oxford HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played for coach Johnny Hill at Oxford High School Notched 4,401 career yards, including 3,991 passing yards with 34 career touchdowns Threw for 2,463 yards and 19 touchdowns, leading the Chargers to the Class 5A quarterfinals as a senior Named to the Clarion-Ledger s All-State First Team as well as the Coaches Class 5A All-State First Team Participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game Named the 2012 Oxford Eagle Player of the Year Also played baseball, earning All-Region and All-District accolades Batted.330 with 42 hits, including 13 home runs and 40 RBI Dubbed Clarion-Ledger Player of the Week once Honor student and member of the National Honor Society National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. Personal: Full name is Robert Parker Adamson Son of Chris and Doug Adamson Has a younger brother, Joel Born on Aug. 9, 1994 in Memphis, Tenn. Majoring in business finance. #71 Randal Agee OL RJr. Terrytown, La. Jesuit HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played and started the final two games of the season, including the Golden Eagles victory at UAB Made collegiate debut against Middle Tennessee (11/23) Helped Southern Miss to 371 yards of total offense, including 289 yards passing against the Blue Raiders Against UAB, helped the team to 472 yards of total offense with 370 yards passing, 102 yards rushing and eight total touchdowns (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt Named to Dean s List for spring semester Also earned Conference USA Commissioner s Honor Roll accolades. High School: Played for coach Wayde Keiser at Jesuit High School Helped the Blue Jays advance to the State Playoffs as a sophomore, junior and senior Also competed in wrestling, track & field and cheerleading Recorded a career wrestling mark of with 38 pins, including a 15-3 record as a senior with 13 pins Threw the javelin and discus for the JHS track & field team, helping the team win a District Championship in 2011 Won a National Championship in cheerleading at the National Spirit Championships. Personal: Full name is Randal Patrick-Chatelain Agee Son of Randy and Ellen Agee Cousin, Matthew Chatelain, played football at Southern Miss, while uncle, Mike Chatelain, played at LSU Born on June 19, 1993 in Terrytown, La. Member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity and Alpha Lambda Delta honor society Majoring in marketing. #18 Keelan Anderson DB RSr. New Olreans, La. John Ehret HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Saw action in one game on the road against Boise State (Junior): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt Joined the team in the fall as a walk-on. High School: Prepped at John Ehret High School for coach Billy North Lettered in football and was a Second Team All-District selection. Personal: Full name is Keelan Resean Anderson Son of Latrice and Thomas Anderson Born on Oct. 24, 1992 in New Orleans, La. Majoring in psychology. #7 Jomez Applewhite DB RFr. Bassfield, Miss. Bassfield HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played for coach Lance Mancuso at Bassfield High School Played both ways, primarily as quarterback, leading the team to a 16-0 record and the MHSAA Class 2A State Champion- 59 southernmiss.com

62 Meet the Golden Eagles ship Threw for 696 yards and seven touchdowns Named First Team All-District and All-Area as a junior and a senior Honor student. Personal: Full name is Jomez Dioventa Applewhite Son of Felicia and Joesph Applewhite Has a younger brother, Joesph Jr., and a younger sister, Ashten Born on Oct. 11, 1994 in Bassfield, Miss. Majoring in biological science. # 75 Oliver Bates OL RSo. Tylertown, Miss. Tylertown HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 12 games on the season Helped the Golden Eagles offense to 3,786 yards of total offense, including 2,911 yards passing and 875 yards rushing Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star offensive lineman by Scout.com Played for coach Walter Denton at Tylertown High School Helped lead the Chiefs to an 11-2 record and a No. 21 ranking in Mississippi by MaxPreps.com All-Area selection by the McComb Enterprise-Journal First-Team All-District 7-4A selection Participated in the 61st Bernard Blackwell North/South All Star Classic Also played baseball and was a member of the track & field team Named All-Region and All-District in track & field, placing third in the State Championship in the discus Helped THS to State Track & Field Championship in Personal: Full name is Oliver Davion Bates Son of Lisa and Oliver Bates Has one brother, Tadrick Gathright, and two sisters, LaKiena Downs and Alessia Mathews Born on April 16, 1994 in Tylertown, Miss. Majoring in architecture engineering. #47 Nic Bekkers DL RSr. Perry, Ga. Westfield HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 12 games for the Golden Eagles Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State Finished season with eight tackles, including four solo tackles Recorded a season-best three tackles at Boise State Had a tackle for loss against the Broncos Blocked two kicks on the year against Boise State and Louisiana Tech Caught a pass for two yards at Arkansas and added a six-yard punt return against Louisiana Tech (Redshirt Sophomore): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Earned Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) All-Region honors as a senior at the Westfield School for coach Ronnie Jones Named First Team All-Region Had 88 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and 4 forced fumbles as a senior Finished prep career with 106 tackles, including 77 solo stops. Personal: Full name is Nicolaas Johannes Bekkers Son of Jos Bekkers and Deborah and Steve Davison Has two brothers Walker and Flint and four sisters Josie, Eden, Bianca and Brooke Born on May 22, 1991 in Albany, Ga. Working on master s degree in business administration (MBA). #14 Matt Bergeron QB RSo. Mandeville, La. Lamar 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Transferred from Lamar University Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules (Freshman, Lamar): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Named Class 5A Honorable Mention All-State after leading Mandeville High School to an 11-3 record Guided the Skippers and coach Guy LeCompte to the Class 5A semifinals Earned First-Team All-District 6-5A honors as a senior and was the New Orleans Quarterback Club Metro Player of the Year As a senior, passed for 3,006 yards with 33 touchdowns and only six interceptions Set a single-game school record as a senior with 410 passing yards and four TDs in a 31-7 win over Slidell Added 2,578 passing yards and 31 TDs as a junior and finished his career with 5,642 yards, 64 passing touchdowns and four rushing scores Earned three letters in football and two in baseball. Personal: Full name is Matthew Clement Bergeron Son of Amy and Kevin Bergeron Has an older brother, Blake, and a younger sister, Brooke Born on Oct. 10, 1993 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in sports coach education. #17 David Bertucci LB RJr. Gulfport, Miss. Gulfport HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in all 12 games on the season Finished the year with 14 tackles, including seven solo stops Shared a tackle for loss for two yards at Arkansas Had a season-best three tackles against No. 22 Nebraska and Middle Tennessee Had a season-high two unassisted tackles against Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee and UAB Recovered a blocked punt for 12 yards against Louisiana Tech Southern Miss Football

63 Meet the Golden Eagles #94 Dylan Bradley DL So Macon, Miss. Noxubee County HS David Bertucci 2012 (Redshirt Freshman): Used primarily in special teams situations on kickoff coverage, playing in 11 of the 12 games during the season Made collegiate debut against East Carolina (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt Lone football studentathlete to earn President s List honors for spring High School: Played at Gulfport High School for coach Mike Justice Received the John B. Shorty Sneed Scholarship Award from the Gulfport Gridiron Club as a senior Participated on the South squad in the Bernard Blackwell All-Star Football Classic Led the Admirals to an 11-2 record as a senior, finishing the year with 114 total tackles State finalist for the Wendy s High School Heisman Award and named to the Sun Herald All-Coast Football team Picked up First-Team All-State 6A honors Also played soccer and was a member of the track & field team Earned All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP honors in soccer, helping team to 2012 Georgia State Championships Also competed in the North and South All-Star Game Earned All- Region and All-District accolades in track Honor student and member of the National Honor Society Also a member of the Student Government. Personal: Full name is David Gordon Bertucci Son of Carol and Philip Bertucci Has three brothers T.J. Mawhinney, Chris Bertucci and Philip Bertucci and a sister, Lucy Bertucci Brother, Chris, played football at Memphis Born on Oct. 14, 1992 in Sylva, N.C. Majoring in biology (Freshman): Played in 11 games as a rookie, making one start Made collegiate debut in the season opener against Texas State Earned first start on the road in the season finale against UAB Finished the year with 52 tackles, including 24 solo stops Notched 4.5 tackles for loss for 14 total yards Had a season-best 13 tackles, including a season-high nine solo tackles against Middle Tennessee Had a fumble recovery in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB Registered quarterback hurries against East Carolina and Middle Tennessee Blocked a kick against Marshall Had a pair of kickoff returns for 31 yards, including a season-long 18-yard return against the Blue Raiders. High School: Three star recruit and No. 11 in Mississippi by 247sports.com Also rated by the site as the nation s No. 40 strong-side defensive end Three star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout. com and No. 10 in Mississippi by Rivals Played for coach Tyrone Shorter at Noxubee County High School Helped lead the Tigers to a perfect 16-0 season and the Class 4A State Championship His team ranked No. 1 in the Clarion-Ledger Super 10 Named the MHSAA Class 4A All-State Defensive Player of the Year and to the All-State Defensive Team by the Clarion-Ledger Named the Columbus Dispatch s Defensive Player of the Year Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game Tallied 169 tackles and 21 sacks in his sophomore and junior seasons Added 96 tackles and 21.5 sacks as a senior Also caught one pass, a 12-yard touchdown snag against Starkville HS Had four-sack performances in two games during his senior season. Personal: Full name is Dylan De Osha Bradley Son of Brenda Bradley and Carl Mickens Has two brothers Carl Mickens Jr. and Jeffery Simmons and two sisters Ashley Bradley and Brooke Simmons Uncle, Jason Hatcher, played football at Grambling and currently plays in the NFL with the Washington Redskins Born on Feb. 4, 1995 in Jena, La. Majoring in sport management Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 1-1-2; Nebraska 0-0-0; Arkansas 0-6-6; Boise State 1-3-4; East Carolina 4-3-7; North Texas 1-4-5; Marshall 1-1-2; Louisiana Tech 3-3-6; Florida Atlantic 1-2-3; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Bradley s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals southernmiss.com

64 Meet the Golden Eagles #76 Michael Brinson OL RJr. Flowood, Miss. Univ. Christian School 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in just one game before sustaining a season-ending injury Played in the season-opener against Texas State Helped the team to 400 yards of total offense, including 377 yards in the air (Redshirt Freshman): Converted to offensive line in the fall as an interior lineman Saw action on special teams and field goal squads Appeared in four games with one start at SMU Made collegiate debut on the road against Western Kentucky (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three-star recruit and No. 26 rated player in the state by Rivals.com Three-star player by Scout.com and a two-star by ESPN Played both running back and defensive end at University Christian School for coach Phil Hannon Helped lead the team to a 9-3 record as a senior Tabbed All-Metro by the Clarion-Ledger Named First-Team All-MAIS as a senior Voted District 5-1A All-Conference at defensive end First Division I signee at University Christian since its opening in 1997 Honor student and member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Michael Hester Brinson Son of Bonnie Potts Born on July 1, 1992 in Jacksonville, Fla. Majoring in exercise science. #92 Nick Carlis DL RFr. Mobile, Ala. Faith Academy 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played defensive line at Faith Academy in Mobile, Ala. Notched seven sacks as a sophomore and five sacks as a junior for 12 career sacks. Personal: Full name is Nicholas Carlis Son of Judy and Ronnie Carlis Born on April 19, 1995 in New Orleans, La. Majoring in construction and architecture engineering. #64 Chaz Cavignac OL RJr. Slidell, La. Northshore HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in 10 games during the season Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State Also saw time against No. 22 Nebraska, Arkansas, Boise State, FIU, East Carolina, Louisiana Tech, Florida Atlantic, Middle Tennessee and UAB Registered three tackles (one solo, two assisted) at Boise State (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played for coach Mike Bourg at Northshore High School Moved from tackle to center during his senior campaign Named All- Metro and garnered Honorable Mention Academic honors Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Earned All-District honors in track. Personal: Full name is Chaz Tyler Cavignac Son of Bonnie and Craig Cavignac Has an older brother, Colby Born on Aug. 11, 1992 in New Orleans, La. Majoring in hotel / restaurant tourism. #2 Trae Collins DB RFr. Columbus, Miss. New Hope HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247sports.com Played for coach Michael Bradley at New Hope High School Led Class 5A ranks with nine interceptions as a junior in 2011 Named to Clarion-Ledger s Top 40 recruits for 2012 Earned First Team All-District, All-Area, All-Region and All-Metro as a junior and senior Tallied 1,000 yards receiving in final two prep seasons, recording 10 touchdowns Had 70 tackles with 14 interceptions Also played baseball, earning All-District accolades. Personal: Full name is Traeshaun Jamal Collins Son of Shirley and Darrell Hill Has a younger brother, Danielle Born on Oct. 4, 1994 in Columbus, Miss. Majoring in criminal justice. #28 Jacorius Cotton DB RSr. LaGrange, Ga. Troup County HS 2013 (Senior): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt (Junior): Started six games on the year and appeared in nine games overall Started the first five games before an injury in the Boise State game sidelined him for much of the remainder of the season Started the final game at Memphis Posted 41 total tackles and forced a fumble Sheraton Hawai i Bowl: Tied a team-high with seven tackles Picked off a pass in the first quarter and returned it six yards (Sophomore): Took over at starting safety and started all 14 games Notched a single-game high for tackles on the season with 17 at UAB Tied for second on the team in tackles with 98 (54 solo, 44 assisted), recording eight or more tackles in four games Picked off a pass at Virginia and against Southern Miss Football

65 Meet the Golden Eagles Nevada Registered six pass break ups and also forced one fumble Knocked down a two-point conversion attempt on the final play of the UCF game to preserve the win Beef O Brady s Bowl: Tallied one assisted tackle in the game (Freshman): One of seven true freshmen to see action during the year Played in all 13 games on the season, seeing time extensively on special teams Posted 12 tackles (three solos), six of which came on kickoff and one on the punt teams Had season-high five tackles against Prairie View Added four stops versus Marshall. High School: Three-star athlete by Rivals.com and earned two stars from Scout.com Four-year letterwinner for Bubba Jeter at Troup County High School playing on both sides of the football, concentrating mostly in the secondary during his senior campaign Earned Troup County All-Purpose, Running Back of the Year, Iron Man and Defensive Player of the Year awards Named team s Offensive Most Valuable Player at the inaugural Columbus Valley High School Awards luncheon. Personal: Full name is Jacorius Deshon Cotton Son of Carla Cotton and Dwight Gates Born on Oct. 29, 1991 in LaGrange, Ga. Majoring in sport management Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): South Carolina 0-0-0; Prairie View A&M 2-3-5; Kansas ; Louisiana Tech 0-0-0; Marshall 0-4-4; East Carolina 0-0-0; Memphis 0-1-1; UAB 0-0-0; Tulane 1-0-1; UCF 0-0-0; Houston 0-0-0; Tulsa 0-0-0; Louisville Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Louisiana Tech 5-1-6; Marshall 2-5-7; Southeastern Louisiana 2-2-4; Virginia 5-4-9; Rice 2-4-6; Navy 4-2-6; SMU 2-1-3; UTEP 2-3-5; East Carolina ; UCF 6-2-8; UAB ; Memphis 1-2-3; Houston ; Nevada Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska ; East Carolina 2-3-5; Western Kentucky 3-2-5; Louisville 6-0-6; Boise State 0-0-0; Marshall 1-1-2; SMU 2-1-3; UTEP 5-2-7; Memphis Cotton s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR DID NOT PLAY Redshirt Totals #15 James Cox WR So. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Northridge HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in 10 games as a true freshman, making three starts on the year Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State Earned first collegiate start on the road versus Arkansas Finished the season with 14 receptions for 197 yards (6.93 yards per reception) and two touchdowns Scored a touchdown in the season-opener against Texas State, while adding a TD in the season-finale against UAB Had a season-best three receptions against Boise State and East Carolina Had a season-long 47-yard reception in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB Finished game against Blazers with a season-high 68 yards. High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, 247Sports.com and Rivals.com Two-star recruit by Scout.com Rated as the No. 28 player from Alabama by Rivals.com and ESPN.com and No. 43 by 247Sports.com ESPN.com rated Cox as the No. 134 WR in the 2013 class Played for coach Michael Smith at Northridge High School Caught eight touchdowns with 658 yards as a junior. Personal: Full name is James Alexander Cox Son of Victoria Hewis-Cox and Patrick Cox Has two younger sisters, Olivia and Catherine Born on Feb. 6, 1995 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Majoring in financial business Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Texas State ; Nebraska ; Arkansas ; Boise State ; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Cox s Career Statistics Year Catches Yards Avg. TD Long Totals #90 Rod Crayton DL RFr. Dadeville, Ala. Dadeville HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three-star recruit and the No. 26 player in Alabama by ESPN. com Three-star recruit and No. 44 in Alabama by 247Sports.com Three-star recruit and the nation s No. 36 DT by Rivals.com Played for coach Richard White at Dadeville High School Named the ASWA Class 4A Lineman of the Year Also earned First-Team All-Area honors according to Opelika- Auburn News Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game Tallied 157 tackles, four sacks and six fumble recoveries during senior campaign. Personal: Full name is Rodriguz Crayton Son of Patricia and Harvey Wyckoff Has a brother, Jai Grahm, and a sister, Kira Crayton Cousin, Rodney Crayton, played football at Auburn Born on Jan. 12, 1995 in Alexander City, Ala. Undeclared major. 63 southernmiss.com

66 Meet the Golden Eagles #6 Kelsey Douglas DB So. Missouri City, Texas Hightower HS 2013 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games on the season, making six starts during rookie campaign Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State Earned first collegiate start on the road against No. 22 Nebraska Finished the season with 68 tackles (33 solo, 35 assisted) Posted double-digit tackles in three games East Carolina, Louisiana Tech and Florida Atlantic Had a season-high 11 tackles against Louisiana Tech Had a season-high eight solo stops against Florida Atlantic, while notching a season-best eight assisted tackles at No. 22 Nebraska Notched 3.5 sacks on the year Forced a fumble at Louisiana Tech and recorded a pass break up against Middle Tennessee Notched first collegiate interception against Arkansas, returning the ball for 25 yards. High School: Three-star recruit by 247Sports.com and the No. 109 safety prospect nationally Twostar recruit by Scout.com and Rivals.com Played for coach Padraic McGinnis at Fort Bend Hightower High School Helped Hurricanes to the State Playoffs as a sophomore and a junior Notched a career best four interceptions as junior. Personal: Full name is Kelsey Dominick Douglas Son of Ingrid and Derrick Douglas Has two Kelsey Douglas older sisters, Chassidy and Starsha Dad, Derrick, played college football at Louisiana Tech before playing in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Born on May 17, 1995 in Missouri City, Texas Undeclared major Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 0-0-0; Nebraska 0-8-8; Arkansas 2-7-9; Boise State 3-1-4; FIU 0-0-0; East Carolina ; North Texas 1-0-1; Marshall 6-1-7; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee 1-4-5; UAB Douglas Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #54 Lelland Ducksworth LB RSo. Hattiesburg, Miss. North Forrest HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in one game during the season, before battling an injury Saw action on the road against Boise State Made a pair of tackles against the Broncos (Freshman): Earned the chance to play right away as a freshman but suffered a knee injury on the first play of the season at No. 17 Nebraska Received a medical redshirt. High School: Ranked as the No. 17 overall player in Mississippi by Rivals.com and the No. 65 outside linebacker nationally by the service Three-star recruit by Scout.com and Rivals.com and a two-star recruit by ESPN Played for coach Matt Caldwell at North Forrest High School Tallied 61 tackles, four for loss, with one interception and seven pass breakups Also rushed 53 times for 306 yards and one touchdown Top 40 High School Most Wanted performer by the Clarion-Ledger and an All-Area selection by the Hattiesburg American Honor student and member of the National Honor Society Also a member of Student Government. Personal: Full name is Lelland Montgomery Ducksworth Son of Tammy and Lee Ducksworth Has two sisters, Addriana Winfrey and Cherish Ducksworth Born on April 18, 1994 in Hattiesburg, Miss. Majoring in biological sciences. #68 Brandon Farmer OL RSo. Gulfport, Miss. Harrison Central HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw limited action on the season, playing in one game Made Southern Miss Football

67 Meet the Golden Eagles collegiate debut on the road at No. 22 Nebraska Helped the team to 284 total yards, including 222 yards passing (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star recruit by Scout.com Preseason Elite 11 prospect by WLOX Played for coach Sheldon Black at Harrison Central High School Helped the Red Rebels average almost 300 yards per contest Participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All Star Game Member of the Sun Herald s All-South Mississippi team Named First Team All-State, All-District and All-Region as a senior Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team. Personal: Full name is Brandon Lee Farmer Son of Jackie and Ed Farmer Has two older sisters, Brandi and Brittnei Cousin, James Land, plays baseball at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Father, Ed, played football at MGCCC, while sister, Brandi, played softball at Jackson State and sister, Brittnei, played at MGCCC Uncle, Al Farmer, played baseball at MGCCC as well as time in Minor League Baseball Born on March 24, 1994 in Gulfport, Miss. Majoring in communication studies. #78 Devin Farrior OL RFr. Waynesboro, Miss. Wayne County HS 2013 (Freshman): Played in just two games as a freshman but suffered a season-ending injury Made collegiate debut at No. 22 Nebraska Also saw action at Boise State Received a medical redshirt. High School: Three-star recruit by Scout.com and two-star recruit by Rivals.com and 247Sports. com Ranked as the No. 39 prospect in Mississippi by 247Sports.com Four-year letterwinner for coach Todd Mangum at Wayne County High School Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game Named to the First Team Coaches 5A All-State squad as an offensive tackle and the Clarion Ledger s First Team All-State member Also voted All-District Paved the way up front for the balanced War Eagles, who rushed for 1,907 yards and threw for 1,607 yards as they finished 10-3 in 2012 Finished third in state competition in powerlifting in the 308 lb. weight class Member of the honor roll, as well as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Student Council and Beta Club Voted Junior Class Vice President Named to Who s Who and was voted class favorite and friendliest. Personal: Full name is Devin Micheal Farrior Son of Rhonda and John Farrior Has two older brothers, Kurt Kittrell and Kyle Kittrell Born on July 13, 1995 in Waynesboro, Miss. Majoring in sport management. #86 Dillon Fedora WR RJr. Hattiesburg, Miss. Oklahoma State 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Transferred from Oklahoma State Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules (Redshirt Freshman, Oklahoma State): Did not compete during the season (Freshman, Oklahoma State): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Earned three letters for coach Nevil Barr at Oak Grove High School Named First Team All-District, All-Area and All-Region as a junior and senior Had 40 catches and 580 yards as a senior with one touchdown Caught 32 balls for 432 yards and seven touchdowns during junior year (2009) Participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star game Against Meridian HS, notched three touchdowns and two interceptions. Personal: Full name is Dillon Brooks Fedora Son of Christi and Larry Fedora Has three younger sisters, Sydney, Peyton and Hallie Uncle, Lee Fedora, played football at Texas A&M, while father, Larry, played football at Austin College Father also coached Southern Miss from and won the school s fifth Conference USA Championship in 2011 Born on Dec. 20, 1991 in Waco, Texas Majoring in sport management. #46 Wil Freeman DL Jr. Flowood, Miss. Northwest Rankin HS 2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games on the season, making four starts Earned first collegiate start at Arkansas Also started against Boise State, FIU and East Carolina Tallied 14 tackles on the year, including seven solo stops Recorded a half a tackle for loss against Texas State and Arkansas Blocked a kick in the Golden Eagles victory at UAB Recorded multiple tackles against Texas State, Boise State, FIU and North Texas with a season-best three stops against the Broncos and Mean Green Had a season-best three unassisted tackles against Boise State with a season-high three assists versus North Texas (Freshman): Converted to tight end before moving to defensive end earlier in the year Saw action in 11 games, making his college debut against East Carolina Tallied 13 total tackles including 1.5 tackles for loss Had one sack on the year. High School: Three-star recruit by Rivals.com and two-star recruit from Scout.com Ranked as the No. 159 nationally defensive end by Scout.com Played for coach Pete Hurt at Northwest Rankin High School Helped the Cougars finish 11-2 as a 65 southernmiss.com

68 Meet the Golden Eagles senior Tallied 86 tackles, one interception and 12 sacks over his senior campaign Added a blocked punt and an interception Participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All Star game at defensive end A Top 40 Most Wanted player in the state of Mississippi by the Clarion-Ledger Also a standout on the basketball team Honor student. Personal: Full name is Frank Wilcox Freeman Son of Naomi and Frank Freeman Has an older sister, Sara Grandfather, Buddy Gardner, played football at Jones County JC and aunt, Jamie McNamara, swam at Alabama Born on Feb. 7, 1994 in Flowood, Miss. Majoring in history Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): East Carolina 0-0-0; Western Kentucky 0-0-0; Louisville 0-0-0; Boise State 0-2-2; UCF 1-1-2; Marshall ; Rice 2-0-2; UAB 0-1-1; SMU 2-0-2; UTEP 0-0-0; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 1-1-2; Nebraska 0-0-0; Arkansas 0-1-1; Boise State 3-0-3; FIU 1-1-2; East Carolina 0-1-1; North Texas 0-3-3; Marshall 0-0-0; Louisiana Tech 1-0-1; Florida Atlantic 0-0-0; Middle Tennessee 1-0-1; UAB Freeman s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #48 Darrion Goudy RB RSr. Meridian, Miss. SE Lauderdale HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Sophomore): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played for coach Ty Trahan at Southeast Lauderdale High School Tallied 112 tackles (82 solos) and 11 sacks Named Second Team All- State and First Team All-District, First Team All-Area and First Team All-Region as a senior Tabbed Best DL in the District and Old Spice Player of the Year Four-year letterwinner in football and two-time letterwinner in baseball. Personal: Full name is Darrion Chester Goudy Son of Darrion and Jennifer Goudy Has two brothers, Johntre and Benjamin Brother, Johntre, plays football at Southern Miss Cousin, Jagrady Webster, plays football at EMCC, while cousin, Odell Willis, plays football in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos Uncle, Torrin Tucker, played football at Southern Miss before playing in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys Born on May 10, 1992 in Meridian, Miss. Majoring in architect engineering and minoring in business Member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. #21 Johntre Goudy RB RSo. Meridian, Miss. SE Lauderdale HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in just one game on the season, making collegiate debut in the Golden Eagles victory at UAB (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played for coach Ty Trahan at Southeast Lauderdale High School Named First Team All-District and All-Region as a junior and senior Tabbed Second Team All-District as a freshman and sophomore Marines Athlete of the Year Also a member of the powerlifting team Earned All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP accolades in powerlifting, while winning a State Championship Honor student and member of the Beta Club, serving as president Also a member of Student Government. Personal: Johntre LaDarrion Goudy Son of Darrion and Jennifer Goudy Has two brothers, Darrion and Benjamin Brother, Darrion, plays football at Southern Miss Cousin, Jagrady Webster, plays football at EMCC, while cousin, Odell Willis, plays football in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos Uncle, Torrin Tucker, played football at Southern Miss before playing in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys Born on April 5, 1994 in Meridian, Miss. Majoring in biology, premed emphasis Member of Phi Beta Sigma, serving as president. #83 Cooper Harrington WR RJr. Birmingham, Ala. Briarwood Christian HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in six games, primarily on special teams coverage situations and in the slot Made collegiate debut against Boise State (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three-star wide receiver by Rivals. com and two-star by both Scout.com and ESPN Played for Class 5A State Runner-Up Briarwood Christian High School for coach Fred Yancey Despite battling an injury, team went 13-2 during senior campaign Had 1,314 all-purpose yards, 290 yards rushing with three touchdowns, 633 yards receiving with six touchdowns, 285 kick return yards, 106 punt return yards and was 3-for-3 passing with two touchdowns during junior season Earned Shelby Southern Miss Football

69 Meet the Golden Eagles County Reporter Honorable Mention All-County as a junior Also played soccer, earning All-Region and All-District honors Helped Lions to three consecutive runner-up finishes on the pitch. Personal: Full name is John Cooper Harrington Son of Jennifer and Kelly Harrington Has a younger brother, Dylan, and a younger sister, Sydney Uncles, Larry and Billy, both played football at Southern Miss, while cousin, Zach, played football at Mississippi State Born on April 5, 1993 in Birmingham, Ala. Majoring in construction engineering. #74 Jerry Harris OL RFr. Hueytown, Ala. Hueytown HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three-star recruit and No. 47 in Alabama by 247Sports.com Twostar recruit by Scout.com and Rivals.com Played for coach Matt Scott at Hueytown High School Helped lead HHS to a Class 5A, Region 5 title in 2012 Also played basketball at Hueytown HS. Personal: Full name is Jerry Leneal Harris Son of Teresa and Jerry Harris, Sr. Has four brothers Ju Nais Smoot, Jeremiah Harris, Jamel Roby and Jakobe Roby and two sisters Jakeria Smoot and Jeriel Harris Father, Jerry Harris, played football for Alabama A&M Born on Jan. 22, 1995 in Birmingham, Ala. Majoring in physical education. #73 Rashod Hill OL RJr. Jacksonville, Fla. Ed White HS #1 Tyre oune Holmes WR So. Tylertown, Miss. Tylertown HS 2013 (Freshman): Named All-Conference USA (Honorable Mention) and to the C-USA All- Freshman team Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in 11 games on the season, making seven starts as a true freshman Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State Had a season-high 12 receptions for a season-best 96 yards against the Bobcats Notched eight receptions against No. 22 Nebraska and Marshall, while hauling in six balls against UAB Scored first collegiate touchdown against Middle Tennessee Also added a touchdown in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB Finished the year with back-toback games with a touchdown Had a season-long 34 yard reception against the Cornhuskers. High School: Three-star recruit by Scout.com and 247Sports.com with the No. 25 ranking in Mississippi Two-star recruit by Rivals.com Played for coach Jason Johnson at Tylertown High School Played quarterback at Tylertown HS and passed for 708 yards and seven touchdowns Had 117 rushes for 1,260 yards and 20 touchdowns Led the Chiefs to a 10-2 record and the second round of the Class 4A State Playoffs Named to the Class 4A Coaches Second-Team All-State offensive squad Also a member of the track & field team, earn- Tyre oune Holmes 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played and started 11 of the 12 games during the season Missed game against Marshall with an injury Helped the Golden Eagles offense to 3,786 yards of total offense, including 2,911 yards passing and 875 yards rushing (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games along the line, primarily in field goal and special teams situations Made collegiate debut against Western Kentucky (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star offensive lineman by both Rivals.com and Scout.com Played for the 2010 District 4-4A champions for Ed White High School and coach Terry Gilliam Team finished season with an 8-3 mark as he helped open holes for an outstanding running squad. Personal: Full name is Rashod Demontary Hill Son of Renee Hill Boyd and David Boyd Has two brothers, Michael Boyd and Joshua Hill, and one sister, Chasity Rivers Born on Jan. 12, 1992 in Jacksonville, Fla. Majoring in criminal justice. 67 southernmiss.com

70 Meet the Golden Eagles ing All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP honors Helped Chiefs to back-to-back-to-back State Championships in track & field. Personal: Full name is Tyre oune La Quane Holmes Son of Trina and Shelby Bridges Has four brothers Shi, Zay, Butter Ball and Shelb and two sisters Pucca and Miata Born on July 8, 1995 in Tylertown, Miss. Undeclared major Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Texas State ; Nebraska ; Arkansas ; Boise State ; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Holmes Career Statistics Year Catches Yards Avg. TD Long Totals #37 Alan Howze LB RSr. Ocean Springs, Miss. Ocean Springs HS 2013 (Senior): Played and started the first four games of the season before suffering a seasonending injury Received a medical redshirt Recorded 38 tackles on the season, including 14 solo stops Notched 3.5 tackles for loss, including 1.0 sacks Had a season-high 16 tackles, including a season-best 12 assisted tackles, against Arkansas Had a season-high six solo tackles in the seasonopener against Texas State Forced a fumble at Nebraska and was credited a pass breakup against the Cornhuskers Recorded quarterback hurries against Nebraska and Arkansas (Junior): Served as the team s starting middle linebacker, drawing starts in all 12 games Finished the campaign with 66 tackles (31 solo, 35 assisted) and five tackles for loss Tallied 2.5 sacks while forcing one fumble and recovering two (Sophomore): Saw action in all 14 games, finishing with 22 total tackles (8 solo, 14 assisted) Had a season-best three tackle performance against Southeastern Louisiana Broke up and defended one pass each Recovered a fumble and returned it for two yards (Freshman): Played in 11 games during true freshman campaign Saw time mostly on special teams Registered both tackles on special teams, getting one versus UCF and one versus Houston. High School: Three-star prospect by Rivals.com and rated two stars by Scout.com Played running back for coach Todd Mangum at Ocean Springs High School Helped the Greyhounds to a District Championship Rushed for 868 yards on 158 carries with 18 of touchdowns Biloxi Sun-Herald Top 30 pick All-South Mississippi Honorable Mention by the Sun Herald in 2008 Garnered All-District honors as a sophomore, junior and senior Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Named All-District on the hardwood as a senior and All-Defensive team as a junior and senior Honor student and member of the Student Government. Personal: Full name is Alan Dominique Howze Son of Gloria Hughes and Alvin Howze Has an older brother, Darrell Hughes, and two older sisters, Charmelle Hughes and Addrienne Hughes Born on Sept. 19, 1991 in Ocean Springs, Miss. Majoring in tourism management Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): South Carolina 0-0-0; Prairie View A&M 0-0-0; Kansas 0-0-0; Louisiana Tech 0-0-0; Marshall 0-0-0; East Carolina 0-0-0; Memphis 0-0-0; UCF 1-0-1; Houston 1-0-1; Tulsa 0-0-0; Louisville Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Louisiana Tech 1-1-2; Marshall 0-1-1; Southeastern Louisiana 3-0-3; Virginia 1-3-4; Rice 0-1-1; Navy 0-1-1; SMU 0-1-1; UTEP 0-0-0; East Carolina 1-2-3; UCF 1-1-2; UAB 1-0-1; Memphis 0-2-2; Houston 0-1-1; Nevada Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 1-5-6; East Carolina 2-1-3; Western Kentucky 3-4-7; Louisville 4-4-8; Boise State 2-2-4; UCF 3-2-5; Marshall 2-2-4; Rice 1-2-3; UAB 6-3-9; SMU 4-2-6; UTEP 3-3-6; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 6-3-9; Nebraska 2-7-9; Arkansas ; Boise State Howze Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #12 Emmanuel Johnson DB Sr. McKenzie, Ala. McKenzie HS 2013 (Junior): Named All- Conference USA (Honorable Mention) Played and started in 10 games on the season Finished the year with 54 total tackles, including 39 solo stops Had a season-high seven tackles against Boise State, FIU and Louisiana Tech Made a season-best six solo tackles against FIU, while notching a season-high four assisted stops at Louisiana Tech Forced a fumble against Marshall Had an interception against FIU and a pass break up against North Texas (Sophomore): Drew four starts on the year and saw time in all 12 games as both a backup and starting safety Finished fifth on the team in total Southern Miss Football

71 Meet the Golden Eagles tackles with 48 (30 solo, 18 assisted) Added two tackles for loss and a pair of pass breakups (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games as a true freshman and earned his first career start at Navy at the SPUR position Returned a blocked punt at East Carolina 15 yards for the touchdown and had two kickoff returns for 42 yards Recorded 38 tackles (22 solo, 16 assisted) with 3.0 tackles for loss Added one sack against SMU Also forced a fumble at UTEP on a kickoff return and broke up three passes. High School: Played for coach Miles Brown at McKenzie High School whose team finished 10-3 during senior campaign and region championship Became first person in MHS history to participate in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game and caught a 36-yard touchdown pass Named to 1A ASWA All-State team at athlete Accounted for more than 3,000 all-purpose yards last season and led McKenzie HS to the second round of the state playoffs as a junior Named to the ASWA 1A All-State team as a defensive back and an honorable mention pick as a running back in Personal: Emmanuel Javaughn Johnson Son of Beverly and Earl Presley Has a brother, Sir Wallace Presley, and a sister, Janae Johnson Born on Nov. 19, 1992 in Monroeville, Ala Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Marshall 0-2-2; Southeastern Louisiana 1-0-1; Virginia 4-3-7; Rice 2-2-4; Navy 4-2-6; SMU 2-1-3; UTEP 1-0-1; East Carolina 4-2-6; UCF 1-2-3; UAB 1-1-2; Houston 0-1-1; Nevada Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 1-4-5; East Carolina 0-0-0; Western Kentucky 3-1-4; Louisville 2-0-2; Boise State 1-2-3; UCF ; Marshall 3-3-6; Rice 2-0-2; SMU 3-0-3; UTEP 2-0-2; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 4-1-5; Boise State 5-2-7; FIU 6-1-7; East Carolina 1-2-3; North Texas 5-1-6; Marshall 3-1-4; Louisiana Tech 3-4-7; Florida Atlantic 2-1-3; Middle Tennessee 5-1-6; UAB Johnson s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #8 Urell Johnson DB RSr. New Orleans, La. Texas Tech 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in 11 of 12 games on the season Made Golden Eagle debut at No. 22 Nebraska Finished the year with seven tackles, including four solo stops Had a season-high four tackles, including a season-best three solo stops, at Boise State Had a solo tackle against North Texas with assisted tackles against Nebraska and FIU Had a pass breakup against FIU (Redshirt Sophomore): Transferred from Texas Tech Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules (Redshirt Freshman, Texas Tech): Served as a member of the scout team (Freshman, Texas Tech): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Rated the No. 55 defensive back nationally (ESPN), despite being sidelined with an injury during senior campaign at O. Perry Walker High School Listed as No. 30 on the Louisiana Postseason Top 50 (Rivals) Ranked No. 38 overall player in Louisiana according to SuperPrep Won both indoor and outdoor state championships in the long jump as a junior. Personal: Full name is Urell Johnson Son of Russell Johnson and Sharon Swayne Has one sister and one brother Cousin to NFL receiver Craig Buster Davis Born February 7, 1991 in New Orleans, La. Majoring in sport management. #51 Vohn Keith DL RFr. Mobile, Ala. Faith Academy 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played two seasons for Rusty Mason at Faith Academy Tallied 39 tackles (14 solo, 25 assists) with three tackles for loss and one fumble recovery as a senior Ran track for two seasons, participating in 100-, 200-, 300-, 400- and 800-meter races Compiled a personal best of 2:15 in the 800-meter during junior campaign Earned an academic scholarship by posting at least a 3.0 grade point average Member of the track & field team. Personal: Full name is Vohn Leon Keith Jr. Son of LaTanya and Vohn Keith Sr. Has two younger sisters Uncle, Etric Pruitt, played football at Southern Miss Born on April 18, 1995 in Mobile, Ala. Majoring in industrial engineering. #42 Ta Dren Kennedy LB RSr. Hattiesburg, Miss. Hattiesburg HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in all 12 games on the season Recorded 12 total tackles, including seven solo stops Had a season-best four tackles against Boise State with a season-high three solo tackles Also had multiple tackles against Florida Atlantic In addition, recorded tackles against Arkansas, FIU, East Carolina, Louisiana Tech and Middle Tennes- 69 southernmiss.com

72 Meet the Golden Eagles Ta Dren Kennedy see Registered a fumble recovery in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB in the season finale (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in six games on both sides of the ball Appeared in goalline situations as a blocking fullback and on special teams as a coverage linebacker (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played at Hattiesburg High School for coach William Hoehn Helped lead Tigers to the State Playoffs each year Named Second Team All-District as a junior Notched 192 tackles in final three seasons, including 112 as a junior Also a member of the powerlifting and track & field teams Placed second in weight class at District Championship in powerlifting, finishing third at the Regional Championships Threw the shot put and discus for track & field team Honor student and member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. Personal: Full name is Ta Dren Jabrel Kennedy Son of Linda Kennedy and Charles Bolton Has two brothers, Teddy Kennedy and Tavoris Kennedy, and one sister, Timirico Smith Born on Dec. 17, 1991 in Hattiesburg, Miss. Working towards a master s degree in health administration and policy. #38 Jerry McCorvey DL RSo. Vancleave, Miss. Vancleave HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in the first four games of the season, making one start in the season-opener against Texas State Notched 10 tackles (four solo, six assisted) Had 1.5 tackles for loss all in the Texas State game Had season-best four tackles against Texas State and Boise State Also added tackles against No. 22 Nebraska and Arkansas (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN Ranked as the No. 59 middle linebacker prospect nationally by ESPN and No. 78 nationally by Scout.com Played for coach Jim Bloomfield at Vancleave High School Tallied 143 tackles as a junior and a team-high 116 stops as a senior Participated in the Bernard Blackwell All-Star Classic Also played basketball Earned All-Region, All-District and Team MVP honors in basketball. Personal: Full name is Jerry Douglas McCorvey Jr. Son of Joyce Collins and Jerry McCorvey Sr. Has four brothers Joshua, Keeneen, Antonio and Antwan and two sisters Jessica and Breonna Cousin, Kez McCorvey, played football at Florida State, being inducted into the FSU Hall of Fame in 2005; and also played in the NFL with the Detroit Lions Born on Jan. 25, 1994 in Biloxi, Miss. Majoring in hospitality. #45 Dasman McCullum DL RSr. Hebron, Miss. West Jones HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 12 games on the season Recorded 37 tackles, including 14 solo stops and 23 assisted tackles Notched a team-high 10.5 tackles for loss for 50 total yards Registered 2.5 sacks for 28 yards Recovered fumbles against Texas State, East Carolina, Marshall and UAB Had quarterback hurries and pass break ups against FIU and Middle Tennessee Also had pass break ups against Texas State and Florida Atlantic Had a season-high seven tackles against North Texas, notching a season-best six assisted stops Recorded a season-high three solo tackles against Texas State and UAB (Redshirt Sophomore): Started the Nebraska game but suffered a season-ending injury in the first quarter (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in all 14 games Tallied 22 total tackles (10 solo, 12 assisted) including a season-high five at East Carolina Blocked a field goal attempt at Navy that was returned 79-yards by Marquese Wheaton for a touchdown Had a pair of tackles for loss and a half sack (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star defensive end by Scout. com and Rivals.com Named one of the Sun Herald s top 30 prospects and the Clarion Ledger s top 40 prospects for the state of Mississippi First-Team 5A All-State selection as a defensive end from West Jones High School in Laurel, Miss. by the Mississippi Southern Miss Football

73 Meet the Golden Eagles Association of Coaches Second-Team All-State honoree by the Clarion-Ledger Selected to the WDAM All-Area Team Named Laurel Leader- Call Defensive Player of the Year Region 3, 5A Player of the Year Tallied 45 tackles to go along with three sacks, while adding an interception, four fumble recoveries and one forced fumble Played in the 61st Bernard Blackwell All-Star Football Classic as a senior Also played basketball, earning All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP accolades Honor student. Personal: Full name is Dasman Ramon McCullum Son of Michael and Janice McCullum Has three brothers Roderick, Michael and Julius and two sisters Michelle and Janetta Mother, Janice, played basketball at William Carey Born on April 14, 1992 in Laurel, Miss. Majoring in sport management Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Louisiana Tech 0-3-3; Marshall 0-1-1; Southeastern Louisiana 0-0-0; Virginia 0-0-0; Rice 0-0-0; Navy 2-0-2; SMU 1-0-1; UTEP 0-2-2; East Carolina 3-2-5; UCF 0-0-0; UAB 2-1-3; Memphis 1-0-1; Houston 0-3-3; Nevada Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 3-1-4; Nebraska 1-2-3; Arkansas 0-1-1; Boise State 0-1-1; FIU 1-3-4; East Carolina 1-0-1; North Texas 1-6-7; Marshall 2-2-4; Louisiana Tech 0-4-4; Florida Atlantic 2-2-4; Middle Tennessee ; UAB McCullum s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #63 Fred Moore OL Sr. Heidelberg, Miss. Jones County JC 2013 (Junior): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in and started 11 of 12 games on the season Made Golden Eagle debut in the season opener against Texas State Helped the Golden Eagles offense to 3,786 yards of total offense, including 2,911 yards passing and 875 yards rushing (Sophomore, Jones County JC): Anchored the offensive line at Jones County JC that tallied 1,935 yards passing and 1,816 yards rushing for 3,751 yards of total offense in nine games Helped the Bobcats average yards of total offense per game First-Team NJCAA All-American offensive lineman accolades, as well as All-Region 23 and MACJC All-South Division First-Team honors for Jones County JC which finished 6-3 under first-year coach Ray Perkins, ending the year in a three-way tie for first Named the MACJC s South Division s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Projected as the 31st junior college player in the state and rated as the No. 19 junior college offensive tackle in the country by 247sports.com (Freshman, Jones County JC): Played for Jones County JC, helping the Bobcats tally 983 yards rushing, 2,214 yards passing and 3,197 total yards in nine games Averaged yards per game of offense. High School: Attended Heidelberg High School Named the district s Best Offensive Lineman Recipient of the WDAM All-Area Team and All-State Team. Personal: Full name is Fredrick Donieal Moore Nickname is Snap Son of Sheryl and Donnie Newell Has three brothers, Marell Newell, Kardarius Newell and Corey Breland Born on Feb. 8, 1993 in Heidelberg, Miss. Majoring in sport management. #33 Matthew Moseley P RJr. Franklin, Tenn. Tennessee State 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in all 12 games on the season seeing time on punt and field goal units Had 18 punts on the season for 730 total yards (40.6 average) Had five punts of 50 or more yards, including a season-best 62 yards against Arkansas Also had a 60-yard punt against No. 22 Nebraska Had a season-high six punts against Texas State and Arkansas Had nine punts downed inside the 20-yard line (three against Texas State, Nebraska and Arkansas) Perfect in passing attempts, connecting with Nic Bekkers for 2-yards on a fake punt against Arkansas (Sophomore): Transferred from Tennessee State Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules Redshirted (Freshman, Tennessee State): Named the National Punter of the Week for a four-punt, 50.3 per punt average performance Set a school record with a 73-yard punt against Eastern Kentucky, breaking his own previous record of 69 yards against Air Force Had 54 punts for 2,089 yards (38.7 average) with just three touchbacks Had 12 punts fair caught and 14 downed inside the 20 Six punts went for 50 or more yards. High School: Prepped at Franklin High School under coach Craig Clayton Helped the Rebels to a State Championship Runner-Up finish as a sophomore. Personal: Full name is Matthew Butler Moseley Son of Don and Kim Moseley Has a younger sister, Katie Mother, Kim, is a Southern Miss alumna and former athletic trainer Both parents 71 southernmiss.com

74 Meet the Golden Eagles work as athletic trainers: Don with the Tennessee Titans and Kim with the WNBA s Atlanta Dream Cousin, Tommy Ferrill, played football at Mississippi State Born on March 8, 1993 in Houston, Texas Undeclared major. #9 Nick Mullens QB So. Hoover, Ala. Spain Park HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to Conference USA All-Freshman team Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in nine of the 12 games on the season, starting the final six games as a true freshman Made collegiate debut on the road at No. 22 Nebraska Earned first collegiate start against North Texas Had a season-high 370 yards passing in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB in the season finally Against the Blazers, recorded a season-high five touchdown passes, while adding a rushing TD Had three touchdown passes against Middle Tennessee, while adding two TDs in the air against East Carolina Also had touchdown passes against North Texas, Marshall and Louisiana Tech Had 323 yards against Marshall, while adding 298 against Louisiana Tech and 289 against Middle Tennessee Added a rushing touchdown against Florida Atlantic As a starter, was 124-for- 253 for 1,659 yards and 11 touchdowns Had at least one passing touchdown in five of six starts Was 51-for-86 for 659 yards and eight touchdown passes in final two games of the season Named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week on December 2. High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com Rated as the No. 74 pro-style quarterback nationally by 247Sports. com Played for coach Chip Lindsey at Spain Park High School Named the Gatorade 2012 Alabama Football Player of the Year Named to the Birmingham News All-Area Team Named the Shelby County Player of the Year Honorable Mention Class 6A All-State Team member Quarterbacked the Alabama squad in the Alabama-Mississippi All- Star Game Given the award for Best Arm following the game by Rivals.com after completing eight passes for 156 yards to lead all quarterbacks Led the Jaguars to 10 wins and their first region title in school history Threw for 3,649 yards (fifth most in AHSAA history) and 40 touchdowns with just seven interceptions Had 8,605 career yards, ranking as the seventh most all-time in AHSAA history 40 touchdown passes tied for ninth all-time in a single season Also played baseball. Personal: Full name is Nicholas Clayton Mullens Son of Suzanne and Mark Mullens Has an older brother, Frank, and an older sister, Heather Uncle, Scott Tabor, played baseball at Arkansas, while grandpa, Ernie Tabor, played Major League baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies Born on March 21, 1995 in Hoover, Ala. Majoring in marketing Game-By-Game Statistics (Comp.-Att.- Int.-Yards-TDs-Long): Nebraska ; Boise State ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Mullens Career Statistics Year Comp.-Att.-Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Y/Att. Y/Game , Totals , #28 Kewin Nielsen PK RJr. Biloxi, Miss. Mount Union 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in one game on the year Delivered a 65-yard kickoff against East Carolina in only action of the season (Redshirt Freshman, Mount Union): Did not compete during the season (Freshman, Mount Union): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Attended SHAPE American High School ( ) in Mons, Belgium before finishing prep career at Biloxi High School ( ) in Biloxi, Miss. Named Special Teams MVP at Biloxi HS Dubbed Kicker of the Week by the Sun Herald Named First Team All-District at kicker and Second Team All-District at punter Also played soccer Tabbed First Team Forward and was a Midfielder of the Week selection Voted Team MVP on the pitch Named Academic Honors Athlete Honor student. Personal: Full name is Kewin Errit Nielsen Son of Helle Marian Nielsen and Kim Errit Nielsen Has two older sisters, Christina Marian Kisum and Jeanette Marian Nielsen Born on Oct. 18, 1991 in Oksboel, Denmark Majoring in exercise science. #61 Bradley Nugent OL RJr. Pell Lake, Wis. Badger HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt Earned Conference USA Commissioner s Medal honors, as well as Athletic Director s Honor Roll accolades Southern Miss Football

75 Meet the Golden Eagles High School: Played for coach Matt Hensler at Badger High School Started all 23 games at center as a junior and senior Named Second Team All-Conference Team Captain and recipient of the Academic Athlete award Also played baseball and was a member of the wrestling team Named All-Region, All-District and Team MVP in wrestling Honorable Mention All-State wrester Regional Champion and Team Captain on the wrestling team, earning team s Most Improved award Notched a 40-5 record on the mat with 20 pins, leading the team in wins and pins Registered a career wrestling record of Honor student. Personal: Full name is Bradley Charles Nugent Son of Stephanie and Colin Nugent Has three brothers Ben, Bryan and Andrew and a sister Caitlynn Brother, Bryan, plays baseball at Lake Vermillion CC Father, Colin, played football at Winona State University Born on April 29, 1993 in Ottumwa, Iowa Majoring in elementary education. #97 Rakeem Nunez-Roches OL RJr. Dangriga, Belize Central HS 2013 (Junior): Played and started first two games of the season before being sidelined with a season-ending injury Earned a medical redshirt Recorded eight tackles on the year (two solo, six assisted) with a half a tackle for loss Had a seasonhigh five tackles in the season-opener against Texas State Also had three stops at No. 22 Nebraska (Sophomore): Named All-Conference USA (Honorable Mention) Started 11 games on the interior defensive line and appeared in all 12 contests Did not start the UTEP game which was Senior Night for the Golden Eagles Tallied 37 total tackles (22 solo, 15 assisted) with six tackles for loss and one sack Forced one fumble and blocked a kick (Freshman): Appeared in six games Earned Conference USA All-Freshman team accolades Tallied a pair of stops including 1.5 tackles for loss. High School: Three-star defensive lineman by ESPN, as well as earning two stars from both Rivals. com and Scout.com Played for coach Woodrow Lowe at Central (Ala.) High School Picked Second-Team All-Area by the Opelika-Auburn News and was an Alabama Top 50 player, ranking No. 39, by the Tuscaloosa News Helped team finish 9-2 in 2010 and captured the Region 3 6A Championship Tallied 132 career tackles to go along with 17 sacks and four forced fumbles Also played basketball and baseball Earned All-State accolades in basketball and voted best pitcher in baseball. Personal: Full name is Rakeem Nathan Nunez- Roches Son of Nancy Nunez Has a brother, Raul Roches, and two sisters Reesheda and Rashada Born on July 3, 1993 in Dangriga, Belize Majoring in biological sciences Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Louisiana Tech 0-0-0; Marshall ; Southeastern Louisiana ; UAB 0-0-0; Memphis 0-1-1; Nevada Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 1-2-3; East Carolina 1-0-1; Western Kentucky 3-2-5; Louisville 1-2-3; Boise State 1-4-5; UCF 0-2-2; Marshall 3-1-4; Rice 3-0-3; UAB 2-0-2; SMU 5-1-6; UTEP 2-1-3; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 1-4-5; Nebraska Nunez-Roches Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #34 Evan Osborne DB So. Pearl, Miss. Pearl HS 2013 (Freshman): Played in 11 of 12 games on the season as a true freshman Finished inaugural season with seven tackles Had a season-best two stops against Marshall, while adding tackles against No. 22 Nebraska, FIU, North Texas, Louisiana Tech and Middle Tennessee Made collegiate debut in season-opener against Texas State. High School: Played for coach John Perry at Pearl High School Played both ways for the Pirates Tallied 243 tackles in final two season, including a season-high 138 as a junior Also added 209 yards passing and 71 yards rushing Named to the Clarion- Ledger First Team All-Metro Defensive squad as well as the Class 5A MHSAA Coaches First Team All-State at outside linebacker Dubbed Best of the Rest and Top 50 Played with current Southern Miss teammate D.J. Thompson Also a member of the track & field team Named All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP of track & field team Set state record in 110 meter hurdles Three-time State Champion in track and named Gatorade Athlete of the Year. Personal: Full name is Robert Evan Osborne Son of Bobette and Steve Osborne Has an older brother, Hunter Great uncle, Lamar Blount, played football in the NFL, while father, Steve, played football at Arkansas Born on May 4, 1994 in Flowood, Miss. Majoring in sociology with a minor in business. #24 George Payne RB So. Mobile, Ala. St. Luke s Episcopal HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in five of 12 games during the season 73 southernmiss.com

76 Meet the Golden Eagles #35 Justin Penn LB RSr. Bassfield, Miss. Bassfield HS George Payne Made collegiate debut on the road at East Carolina Finished inaugural season with 43 carries for 173 yards and a touchdown Had a season-high 46 yards against Marshall Had 44 yards with a touchdown against North Texas Had a season-long run of 25 yards against Louisiana Tech Scored first rushing touchdown of the season for the Golden Eagles. High School: Played for coach John Beverly at St. Luke s Episcopal School Ran for 2,424 yards and 34 touchdowns during senior campaign Named to the Mobile Press-Register s All-Region first team Finalist for the Class 1A Running Back of the Year Award... Helped the Wildcats to their first playoff appearance in school history Became the school s first Division I football signee. Personal: Full name is George Michael Payne Son of Pamela and Michael Payne Has an older brother, Chase Sullivan Born on Aug. 28, 1995 in Mobile, Ala. Undeclared major Game-By-Game Statistics (Att.-Yards-TDs- Long): East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic Payne s Career Statistics Year Att. Yards TD Long Catches Yards TD Long Totals (Redshirt Junior): Played in the first nine games of the season Finished year with 12 total tackles (five solo, seven assisted) Notched a season-high four tackles with a season-best three solo stops against North Texas Had a season-high two assisted tackles against Arkansas and Louisiana Tech (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in 10 games as a reserve linebacker and on the kickoff coverage team Recorded 21 total tackles (12 solo, nine assisted) and broke up one pass (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in the final 13 games Played primarily on special teams Recorded seven total tackles with a pair coming at Virginia (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three-star linebacker by both Scout. com and Rivals.com Named one of the Top 40 prospects in the state of Mississippi by Scout.com and the Clarion Ledger Biloxi Sun-Herald Top 30 pick Played at Bassfield High School for coach Lance Mancuso 3A First Team All-State selection Selected to the WDAM All-Area Team Tallied 74 tackles, four sacks, four interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries Helped lead the Yellow Jackets to the class 2A State Championship Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All- Star Game, registering a tackle Also played basketball Member of the track team, earning team MVP honors as a junior Won 4x1 and 4x2 events. Personal: Full name is Justin Lamarc Penn Son of Carol Penn and Darrell Thomas Has two brothers, Darrion and Christopher Penn Born on May 24, 1991 Undeclared major Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Marshall 0-0-0; Southeastern Louisiana 1-0-1; Virginia 0-2-2; Rice 0-0-0; Navy 0-0-0; SMU 1-0-1; UTEP 0-0-0; East Carolina 0-0-0; UCF 0-1-1; UAB 1-0-1; Memphis 0-0-0; Houston 1-0-1; Nevada Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 2-0-2; East Carolina 1-1-2; Western Kentucky 0-1-1; Louisville 0-2-2; Boise State 1-0-1; UCF 0-1-1; Marshall 3-1-4; Rice 1-2-3; UTEP 2-1-3; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 1-1-2; Nebraska 0-1-1; Arkansas 0-2-2; Boise State 0-0-0; FIU 0-0-0; East Carolina 0-0-0; North Texas 3-1-4; Marshall 1-0-1; Louisiana Tech Penn s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals Southern Miss Football

77 Meet the Golden Eagles #40 C.J. Perry LB So. Bessemer, Ala. Bessemer Academy 2013 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games on the season, making five starts as a true freshman Made debut in the season-opener against Texas State and first collegiate start against FIU Started final four games of the season Finished the year with 45 total tackles (18 solo, 27 assisted), including 5.0 tackles for loss and a sack Notched doubledigit tackles against Louisiana Tech, finishing with a solo tackle and nine assisted stops Had seven tackles, including two tackles for loss against FIU Posted two tackles for loss, including a 7-yard sack in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB in the season finale Had a fumble recovery at Louisiana Tech Had a quarterback hurry against Marshall and a pass break up versus FIU. High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 32 prospect in Alabama Three-star recruit by Rivals.com and rated as the No. 38 prospect in Alabama Played for coach Josh Wright at Bessemer Academy Helped Bessemer Academy win State Championship as a senior Named Second Team All-State as a sophomore, junior and senior Tabbed First Team All-Area and All-Metro as a sophomore, junior and senior Tallied 81 total tackles during his senior campaign including seven sacks C.J. Perry with one interception Totaled 70 tackles, 11 for loss with seven sacks as a junior with a pair of picks Also caught 32 passes for 417 yards and six touchdowns Named as a Top Player on the ESPN High School All-Alabama team. Personal: Full name is Calvin Demar Perry Jr. Son of Jamika and Calvin Perry Has two sisters, Erica and Makaly Born on Nov. 8, 1993 in Bessemer, Ala. Majoring in recreation administration Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 0-0-0; Nebraska 1-1-2; Arkansas 0-4-4; Boise State 0-0-0; FIU 4-3-7; East Carolina 0-2-2; North Texas 0-2-2; Marshall 3-1-4; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic 4-1-5; Middle Tennessee 1-3-4; UAB Perry s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #85 Ja Boree Poole DL So. Brookhaven, Miss. Brookhaven HS 2013 (Freshman): Played in the final eight games of the season Made collegiate debut against FIU Finished inaugural season with 12 total tackles (seven solo, five assisted) with a sack Had a season-high five tackles against North Texas, registering a season-best two solo stops and three assisted tackles Also had two solo tackles including a 6-yard sack in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB Forced and recovered a fumble against North Texas Had quarterback hurries against Marshall and Middle Tennessee, while registering pass breakups against East Carolina and Florida Atlantic. High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com, 247Sports.com and Scout.com Played for coach Tommy Clopton at Brookhaven High School Helped Panthers to State Championship as a sophomore and the State Playoffs as a freshman, junior and senior Earned All-State honors as a sophomore (Honorable Mention), junior (Second Team) and Senior (First Team) Named First Team All-State All- District, All-Area and All-Region final three years of high school Played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game Tallied 101 tackles (74 solo) with 13 tackles for loss during his senior campaign. Personal: Full name is Ja Boree Maurice Poole Son of Rochland and Bryce Porter Has two sisters, Teran Madiso and Braelyn Porter, and a brother, Bryson Porter Born on Nov. 8, 1994 in Prentiss, Miss. Majoring in sport management. Poole s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals southernmiss.com

78 Meet the Golden Eagles #11 Kalan Reed DB Jr. Birmingham, Ala. Briarwood Christian HS 2013 (Sophomore): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in and started 10 of the 12 games on the season Finished the year with 41 total tackles (20 solo, 21 assisted) with 2.5 tackles for loss Had a season-high seven tackles at No. 22 Nebraska, North Texas and Florida Atlantic Had an interception, a fumble and a fumble recovery of 18 yards in the Golden Eagles victory over UAB in the season finale Had five pass breakups on the year, including two against Texas State and Nebraska Also added a pass breakup against Florida Atlantic (Freshman): Jumped into the fold right away as a true freshman, appearing in all 12 games Earned starts in three games including the Rice, UAB and SMU Had 21 tackles (13 solo, eight assisted) on the year with one tackle for loss and two pass breakups Had one interception and returned it 19 yards for a touchdown against Marshall. High School: Three-star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN Rated as the No. 56 cornerback nationally by ESPN and No. 102 by Scout. com Played for coach Fred Yancey at Briarwood Christian High School Helped the Lions reach the State Playoffs final three years of high school, including the State Championship as a junior Recorded 29 tackles, two interceptions and seven pass break ups during the 2011 season Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Won State Championship in track in the 110-meter hurdles and long jump as a senior, while taking second in the 110m hurdles and long jump as a junior. Personal: Full name is Kalan Ascher Reed Son of Keyaschei and Travis Reed Has a younger sister, Kolbi, and a younger brother, Jace Born on Dec. 29, 1993 in Dallas, Texas Majoring in sport management Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 0-1-1; East Carolina 0-0-0; Western Kentucky 0-1-1; Louisville 0-0-0; Boise State 3-0-3; UCF 0-1-1; Marshall 4-2-6; Rice 2-1-3; UAB 1-0-1; SMU 2-2-4; UTEP 0-0-0; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 1-0-1; Nebraska 3-4-7; Arkansas 1-4-5; Boise State 1-1-2; FIU 1-0-1; North Texas 1-6-7; Marshall 2-3-5; Florida Atlantic 6-1-7; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Reed s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #6 Marquise Ricard WR So. Baton Rouge, La. Southern Lab 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in all 12 games on the season, making nine starts Made collegiate debut in the season-opener against Texas State, while earning first collegiate start at Boise State Caught 24 passes on the year for 306 yards with three touchdown receptions Had a season-best 74 yards to go along with a season-high five receptions at Louisiana Tech Scored touchdowns against Boise State, East Carolina and UAB Had a 43-yard punt return in the Golden Eagles victory over the Blazers in the season finale. High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com Lettered at Southern Lab in Baton Rouge, La. Named to The Advocate s Class 1A Honorable Mention All-State Caught 40 passes for 830 yards and 16 touchdowns Named District 7-1A All-District team Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Earned All-District accolades in hoops, averaging 15 points, eight rebounds and two blocks per game Helped the Kittens to a State Championship Runner-Up finish on the basketball court In track & field, was named All- State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP Three-time State Champion in the high jump and triple jump Tabbed Advocate Boys Track Athlete of the Year Helped Southern Lab claim the 2013 Track & Field State Championship. Personal: Full name is Marquise Terrell Ricard Son of Regina Ricard and John Smothers Has three brothers, Kejuan Spears, Kaderic Ricard and John Smothers Jr. Relatives, Warrick Dunn (Atlanta Falcons), Allen Richard (Baltimore Ravens) and Lester Ricard (Carolina Panthers), all played football in the NFL Born on June 24, 1994 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in constructional engineering Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Texas State ; Nebraska ; Arkansas ; Boise State ; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Ricard s Career Statistics Year Catches Yards Avg. TD Long Totals Southern Miss Football

79 Meet the Golden Eagles #30 Jalen Richard RB Jr. Alexandria, La. Peabody Magnet HS 2013 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games, making eight starts Missed the final game of the season with an injury Finished the season with 322 yards rushing on 85 attempts Also had 21 receptions for 168 yards and a touchdown In addition, handled kickoff and punt return duties tallying 181 yards on special teams Had a season-best 94 yards on a season-high 14 carries at Arkansas Had season-high 45 yards receiving against Marshall Also added 44 yards receiving against FIU with a touchdown (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games and had six starts as a true freshman Second on the team in rushing with 426 yards on 87 carries and his four touchdowns were the most among the running backs Scored two touchdowns on the ground against UCF and was the only running back to have a multi- TD game on the ground Returned 10 kicks for 259 yards with a long of 43 Caught eight passes for 39 yards and one touchdown. High School: Two-star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN Rated as the No. 136 running back in the nation by ESPN Played for coach Phillip Payne at Peabody Magnet High School Earned First Team All-State honors as a junior Tabbed First Team All-District and All-Area as a sophomore and junior Rushed for 2,289 yards on 263 carries as a junior, while adding 140 yards on 13 receptions and 33 touchdowns Also a member of the track & field team Finished third in District Championships in the 100 meters and second in the 200 meters Honor student. Personal: Full name is Jalen Cantrell Richard Son of Krissy and James Richard Has two younger brothers, Jeremy and Justin Born on Oct. 15, 1993 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in exercise science Game-By-Game Rushing (Att.-Yards-TDs- Long): Nebraska ; Louisville ; Boise State ; UCF ; Marshall ; Rice ; UAB ; SMU ; UTEP ; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (Att.-Yards-TDs- Long): Texas State ; Nebraska ; Arkansas ; Boise State ; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee Richard s Career Statistics Year Att. Yards TD Long Catches Yards TD Long Totals #9 Draper Riley DL RFr. Harvey, La. West Jefferson HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three-star recruit by Rivals.com and two-star by Scout.com and 247Sports.com Played for coach Marcus Scott at West Jefferson High School in Harvey, La. Caught 13 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns Also played defensive end where he tallied 50 tackles with 8.5 sacks Also played basketball. Personal: Full name is Draper Orenthius Riley Son of Kawanna Proul Born on May 18, 1994 Undeclared major. #67 Christopher Robinson DL RFr. Shreveport, La. Woodlawn HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Four-star recruit and No. 16 in the state by ESPN.com Three-star recruit by Rivals. com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com Ranked by The Times-Picayune as the No. 43 prospect in Louisiana Played for coach Carlos Holmes at Woodlawn High School Named All-State as a junior and a senior, while earning All-District accolades as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior Participated in the U.S. Army National Combine and was named to the First Team Defensive Squad there. Personal: Full name is Christopher Leon Robinson Son of Conswella Robinson and Chris Lias Has brother, LaClarence Robinson, and two sisters, Tatyania Robinson and LuCricia Robinson Born on Aug. 29, 1994 in Shreveport, La. Undeclared major. #82 Tyler Sarrazin P-PK So. Geismar, La. Dutchtown HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in seven of the 12 games on the season as a true freshman Made collegiate debut on the road at East Carolina Tallied 44 punts for 1,733 yards (39.4 average) Had three punts of 50 yards or longer, including a season-long boot of 51 yards against North Texas and Middle Tennessee Also had a 50-yard punt against East Carolina Had eight punts downed inside the 20-yard line, including a pair against Middle Tennessee and UAB. High School: Two-star recruit by Scout.com Played for coach Benny Saia at Dutchtown High School Helped lead the Griffins into the Class 5A 77 southernmiss.com

80 Meet the Golden Eagles State Playoffs First Team All-State selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) as a punter Also named to the 2012 All-Baton Rouge Area Team Averaged over 40 yards a punt during senior campaign and had 21 punts downed inside the 20 Hit a season-long 53-yard field goal, which was a DHS record, and was a perfect 43-of-43 in extra point attempts Also played soccer Earned All-Region and All-District accolades on the pitch as a junior and senior Scored nine goals with four assists as a senior. Personal: Full name is Tyler Matthew Sarrazin Son of Mary and Bryce Sarrazin Has a younger brother, Kyle Born on Oct. 25, 1994 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in exercise science. #50 Lance Schuffert DS RJr. Prattville, Ala. Prattville HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in all 12 games on the season, serving as the team s long snapper Had three tackles on the year Had two assisted tackles at No. 22 Nebraska, while adding a punishing solo tackle versus Florida Atlantic (Redshirt Freshman): Took over the primary long snapping duties for the Golden Eagles and appeared in all 12 games Had three tackles (two solo) on the year in kick coverage (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star athlete by both Scout.com and Rivals.com Played at Prattville High school for coach Jamey Dubose All-Metro and Prattville Progress Super Team selection Started in 32 straight games and lettered in three seasons Helped PHS to State Championship as a freshman and sophomore, while finishing as State Championship Runner-Up as a junior Earned All-County honors twice and was an Honorable Mention All-State selection Played in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Classic, starting at center Played in the National Underclassmen World Gridiron Classic in Charleston, S.C., following his senior campaign Honor student. Personal: Full name is Robert Lance Schuffert Son of Tracey DuBose and Eric Schuffert Has a brother, Austin, and two step brothers Mason and Riley DuBose Brother, Austin, plays football for Army Born on March 24, 1993 in Montgomery, Ala. Majoring in business. #7 Kyle Sloter TE RSo. Johns Creek, Ga. Mt. Pisgah Christian 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in the final five games of the season, earning one start Made collegiate debut on the road against Marshall, while earning first collegiate start versus Florida Atlantic Recorded five receptions for 35 years and a touchdown Had a season-high three catches for a season-best 20 yards and a touchdown at Louisiana Tech Also added receptions against Florida Atlantic and UAB (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com, ESPN and Scout.com Played for coach Doug Dixon at Mount Pisgah Christian High School Two-time First Team All-State selection Four-times First Team All-District, All-Area, All-Region and All- Metro honoree Tallied nearly 9,200 career total yards, including roughly 6,000 passing yards and 3,000 rushing yards with 87 career touchdowns Set nearly every Mount Pisgah Christian HS passing record Also played basketball, earning All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP honors Scored 2,100 career points, ranking in the Top 10 in the state in scoring Averaged 18.2 points per game with nine rebounds per game as a senior Notched a 17.5 ppg average for career Helped the Patriots win two Regional Championships and advance to the Final Four Honor student. Personal: Full name is Kyle Joseph Sloter Son of Michelle and Daryl Sloter Has a younger brother, Jordan Mother, Michelle, played women s basketball at Wartburg College, while father, Daryl, played men s basketball at Wartburg College Born on Feb. 7, 1994 in Atlanta, Ga. Majoring in finance Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Marshall ; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Sloter s Career Statistics Year Catches Yards Avg. TD Long Totals #91 Michael Smith DL RJr. Birmingham, Ala. Wenonah HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Only player on the Southern Miss team to play and start all 12 games during the season Finished the year with 33 total tackles (14 solo, 19 assisted) Had a season-high five tackles against North Texas and Florida Atlantic Notched a season-best three solo tackles against Florida Atlantic and Middle Tennessee Recorded 1.5 tackles for loss Had quarterback hurries against Arkansas and Marshall, while blocking a kick against Texas State (Redshirt Freshman): Took over the starting defensive end duties after an injury to Dasman Mc- Cullum in the opener Had 27 tackles (16 solo, Southern Miss Football

81 Meet the Golden Eagles assisted) with 6.5 tackles for loss with one sack (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three star player by Rivals.com and a two star by Scout.com Played for coach Ronald Cheatham at Wenonah High School Honorable Mention 5A ASWA All-State selection and Best of the Rest selection by the Birmingham News Tallied 97 tackles (64 solos) to go along with seven sacks during junior campaign Recorded a 78-yard fumble return against Woodlawn HS for a touchdown Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Helped the Dragons to the A State Championship in basketball, while participating in the 4x4 in the State Championship in track. Personal: Full name is Michael Devonte Smith Son of Dalphon Smith and Michael Jeffrey Has a brother, Matrell Smith, and two sisters, Miranda Jeffrey and MyJahl Jeffrey Born on Dec. 18, 1992 in Birmingham, Ala. Undeclared major Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 0-2-2; East Carolina 2-0-2; Western Kentucky 2-1-3; Louisville 4-0-4; Boise State 0-1-1; UCF 0-0-0; Marshall 0-0-0; Rice 1-0-1; UAB 2-0-2; SMU 3-0-3; UTEP 2-3-5; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 0-1-1; Nebraska 1-1-2; Arkansas 2-1-3; Boise State 0-2-2; FIU 2-1-3; East Carolina 0-3-3; North Texas 2-3-5; Marshall 0-2-2; Louisiana Tech 0-3-3; Florida Atlantic 3-2-5; Middle Tennessee 3-0-3; UAB Smith s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #95 Quentin Smith DL RFr. Clinton, Miss. Clinton HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Lettered at Clinton High School in Clinton, Miss. Helped the Arrows to the State Playoffs as a senior Earned Defensive Player of the Week accolades as well as Team Captain award Recorded 67 tackles including 12 tackles for loss as a senior Offensively, recorded 42 yards with a touchdown Also a member of the powerlifting team Won the North State 6A Championship in powerlifting as a senior. Personal: Full name is Quentin Robert Smith Son of Eneke Smith Has two brothers, Eric Smith Jr. and James Boykin, and two sisters, Jamillah and Ajinah Brother, Eric, plays football at Mississippi College Brother, James, played football at Coppin State Born on Aug. 4, 1995 in Jackson, Miss. Majoring in marine biology. #32 Xavier Thigpen DL RFr. Hebron, Miss. West Jones HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Prepped for coach Scott Pierson at West Jones High School Tallied 58 tackles, six sacks and two fumble recoveries for his squad as a senior, which finished 8-3 and reached the first round of the 5A State Playoffs Played in the Mississippi North/South All-Star Game Notched 23 tackles with one sack and three fumble recoveries during junior season Also played basketball First cousin of current Southern Miss teammate Dasman McCullum Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Named All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP on the hardwood Tabbed Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior in basketball Averaged 25 points per game with 12 rebounds per game Earned All-State, All-Region and All-District honors in track & field Set a school-record in the discus with a throw of 167 feet. Personal: Full name is Xavier James Thigpen Son of Deanna and Terry Thigpen Has two older brothers, Terrance and Joshua Born on Dec. 27, 1994 in Laurel, Miss. Majoring in criminal justice. #5 D.J. Thompson WR RSo. Pearl, Miss. Pearl HS 2013 (Sophomore): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt (Freshman): Saw action in nine games Caught seven passes for 108 yards and had a season-long of 54 yards in the Rice game. High School: Three star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN Rated as the No. 21 prospect in the state of Mississippi by Rivals.com and No. 14 by ESPN Rated as the No. 98 wide receiver nationally by ESPN and No. 140 by ESPN Top 40 Most Wanted player in the state of Mississippi by the Clarion- Ledger Played for coach John Perry at Pearl High School Named First Team All-State, All-District, All-Area, All-Region and All-Metro as a senior Had 59 receptions for 773 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior Returned 16 punts for 264 yards with a long of 68 Added seven kickoff returns for 169 yards, while also tallying one interception Participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All Star Game Also played basketball, earning All-District accolades Averaged 16 points with six rebounds per game as a senior. Personal: Full name is David Russell Thompson Jr. Son of Cherese and Russell Evans Has three sisters, Chrissy, Erin and Kyce, and a brother, Jalen Born on Oct. 14, 1993 in Jackson, Miss. Majoring in communications. 79 southernmiss.com

82 Meet the Golden Eagles #70 Cameron Tom OL So. Baton Rouge, La. Catholic HS 2013 (Freshman): Named Conference USA All-Freshman Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Played in 11 of 12 games on the season, making nine starts as a true freshman Made collegiate debut in season-opener against Texas State, while earning first collegiate start at Boise State Started the final nine games of the season Helped the Golden Eagles offense to 3,786 yards of total offense, including 2,911 yards passing and 875 yards rushing. High School: Two star recruit by 247Sports.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com Ranked as the No. 78 prospect in Louisiana by 247Sports.com Played for coach Dale Weiner at Catholic High School Named to The Advocate s All-District 5 First Team Tabbed Honorable Mention All-State and First Team All-Metro as a senior Played tackle and guard along the Bears offensive line Also a member of the track & field team Helped Bears win District Championship in 2011 and 2013 All-District honors in the shot put Honor student. Personal: Full name is Cameron Shainaan Tom Son of Vanessa and Michael Tom Has a younger brother, Zachary Born on June 21, 1995 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in marketing. #23 Markese Triplett WR RSr. Louisville, Miss. Louisville HS 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in and started 11 games on the year, missing the Louisiana Tech game Finished the season with 33 receptions for 588 yards and four touchdowns Had a season high two touchdowns against FIU, while also corralling TDs against Marshall and UAB Had a season-high 123 yards against Marshall, including a season-best 81-yard reception against the Herd Also notched triple-digit yardage against Middle Tennessee with 101 yards Had 96 yards on a season-best seven receptions against FIU Had at least one reception in 10 games with multiple receptions in seven contests (Junior): Started the first four games of the season Suffered a season-ending injury against Louisville Earned a medical redshirt Caught five passes for 75 yards and one touchdown against East Carolina (Sophomore): Appeared in all 14 games, earning a start at Marshall Caught three passes for 42 yards including a 16-yard completion at Houston (Freshman): Played in nine games Caught six passes for 49 yards Had a season-best three-catch performance against Marshall for a season-high 31 yards Added two receptions for 13 yards versus Tulsa Had first catch of season, five yards, at Louisiana Tech. High School: Rated the No. 57 wide receiver nationally by Rivals.com and No. 12 player in Mississippi Prepped at Louisville High School for coach Brad Peterson Named First Team All-State by Clarion Ledger Second Team Class 4A All-State selection by the Mississippi Association of Coaches Top 30 selection by the Biloxi Sun-Herald Registered 37 receptions for 633 yards and seven TDs Added 55 tackles, four sacks and three interceptions Participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Classic, catching one pass for 38 yards and a touchdown Also played basketball, earning the team s Hustle Award. Personal: Full name is Markese Deshon Triplett Son of Tanya and Alfred Triplett Has a younger brother, A.J. Father, Alfred, played professional baseball with the Texas Rangers Born on July 31, 1992 in Louisville, Miss Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Prairie View ; Louisiana Tech ; Marshall ; East Carolina ; Memphis ; UAB ; Tulane ; UCF ; Tulsa ; Louisville Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Louisiana Tech ; Marshall ; Southeastern Louisiana ; Virginia ; Rice ; Navy ; SMU ; UTEP ; East Carolina ; UCF ; UAB ; Memphis ; Houston ; Nevada Markese Triplett Southern Miss Football

83 Meet the Golden Eagles 2012 Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Nebraska ; East Carolina ; Western Kentucky ; Louisville Game-By-Game Statistics (Catches-Yards- TDs-Long): Texas State ; Nebraska ; Arkansas ; Boise State ; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas ; Marshall ; Florida Atlantic ; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Triplett s Career Statistics Year Catches Yards Avg. TD Long Totals #43 Marcus Turner DB RSo. McCalla, Ala. McAdory HS 2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in four of 12 games during the season Made collegiate debut at Boise State Recorded two total tackles (one solo, one assisted) both against the Broncos Also saw playing time against FIU, East Carolina and North Texas (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three star recruit by Scout.com and two star recruit by Rivals.com and ESPN Rated as the No. 67 safety in the nation by Scout Played for coach David Powell at McAdory High School Started every game since his freshman season Also played basketball. Personal: Full name is Marcus Warren Turner Son of Natasha Turner and Collins Murphy Has a sister, Ashley Turner Born on Sept. 17, 1993 in Bessemer, Ala. Undeclared major. #11 Cole Weeks QB RSr. Freeport, Fla. Brevard College 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action as a backup quarterback in a pair of games at Rice and SMU Saw most extensive action in Dallas, going 4-for-10 for 30 yards Finished the year with eight completions on 19 attempts for 106 yards (Sophomore): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt (Freshman, Brevard College): Played at Division II Brevard College Did not record any statistics. High School: Led the Freeport High School Bulldogs to an 11-2 finish and a District and Regional Class 1A Championship as a senior Set school record marks for passing yardage with 3,127 and was second in touchdowns with 31 Named First Team All-District and All-Area as a senior Also played basketball and baseball Earned All-District accolades on the diamond. Personal: Full name is Christopher Cole Weeks Son of Chris Weeks and Donna Simmons and stepdad Charlie Simmons Born on Jan. 23, 1992 in Freeport, Fla. Majoring in sport coaching education. #27 Delvin Welch RB RSr. Baton Rouge, La. Mississippi College 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in six games on the season Recorded a tackle at Boise State Also saw action against Texas State, No. 22 Nebraska, Arkansas, North Texas and Florida Atlantic (Redshirt Sophomore): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman, Mississippi College): Tallied 12 tackles and one interception at strong safety under coach Norman Joseph (Freshman, Mississippi College): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Four-year letterwinner in football at Southern Lab for coach Michael Roach Tallied three touchdowns as a senior and earned Class 1A Honorable Mention honors Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team District Champion in the javelin. Personal: Full name is Delvin Denntez Welch Son of Dennette and Denny Welch Has two brothers, Jurius Tate and Dorien Welch, and a sister, Shaunice McFadden Born on Aug. 28, 1992 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in sport coaching education. #49 Adam Williams DL RSr. Tunica, Miss. Coahoma CC 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 12 games on the year, making six starts Made collegiate debut in the seasonopener against Texas State, while earning first collegiate start against North Texas Started the final six games of the season Recorded 40 total tackles (19 solo, 21 assisted) with 8.5 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks Had season-high nine tackles at East Carolina Had two tackles for loss against FIU and North Texas Registered sacks against Boise State, FIU and UAB Forced a fumble in the Golden Eagles victory in the season finale against UAB Had a quarterback hurry at Louisiana Tech. 81 southernmiss.com

84 Meet the Golden Eagles 2012 (Junior): Did not compete during the season, earning a redshirt (Sophomore, Coahoma CC): Named First Team All-Region Starter at defensive end for the Tigers (Freshman, Coahoma CC): Played for coach Freeman Horton at Coahoma Community College in Clarksdale, Miss. Named First Team All-Region Starter at defensive end for the Tigers. High School: Played both offensive and defensive line at Rosa Fort High School for coach Terry Smith Senior squad reached the first round of the State Playoffs Named First Team All-District as a junior and senior Tallied 12 tackles in a game against Hernando HS and 14 stops and a forced fumble against Lafayette HS Added two sacks against in a victory over Senatobia HS as a senior Also played basketball and baseball On the court, was an All-State, All-District and Team MVP honoree. Personal: Full name is Adam Lamar Williams Son of Phillis and Larry Williams Has a brother, Erving Nelson Williams, and a sister, Kasha Williams Brother, Erving, played football at Ole Miss and Alcorn State, while mother, Phillis, was a collegiate athlete at Memphis State Born on May 1, 1992 in Tunica, Miss. Majoring in interdisciplinary studies Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 0-1-1; Nebraska 3-1-4; Arkansas 0-0-0; Boise State 2-2-4; FIU 3-0-3; East Carolina 3-6-9; North Texas 2-2-4; Marshall 0-1-1; Louisiana Tech 0-5-5; Florida Atlantic 1-1-2; Middle Tennessee ; UAB Williams Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals #27 Kevin Williams Jr. DB RFr. Frisco, Texas Wakeland HS 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Lettered at Wakeland High School Played running back and safety for the Wolverines Named First Team All- District and All-Area as a junior and Second Team All-District as a senior Notched 130 career tackles with a sack and an interception Member of the track & field team, earning All-District accolades Placed third in the 4x4 at the District Championships as a junior. Personal: Full name is Kevin Scott Williams Jr. Son of Jay and Kevin Williams Has a younger brother, Justice Father, Kevin, played football at Lafayette College Born on Aug. 11, 1995 in Atlanta, Ga. Majoring in forensic science. #14 Terrick Wright LB RJr. Gadsden, Ala. Gadsden City HS 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in all 12 games, starting the final 10 games of the season Finished the season with 90 tackles (44 solo, 46 assisted), including 4.0 tackles for loss, a forced fumble, an interception, a quarterback hurry and two pass breakups Had double-digit tackles in four games with a season-best 15 stops at East Carolina Had a season-best 1.5 tackles for loss against ECU and Marshall, while adding a TFL against FIU Forced a fumble at Louisiana Tech and recovered a fumble against North Texas Intercepted a pass and returned it for four yards against the Mean Green Had a quarterback hurry against Marshall and pass breakups against Middle Tennessee and UAB (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in all 12 games and drew a start against Marshall Recorded 29 tackles (17 solo, 12 assisted) and three tackles for loss including a pair of sacks Broke up one pass (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Three star recruit according to Rivals. com and a two star prospect by Scout.com and ESPN Voted the No. 37 player in the state of Alabama by Rivals.com Played for coach Joseph Billingsley at Gadsden City High School 6A Honorable Mention All-State performer All-Area at Defensive End and Most Valuable Player Tallied 104 tackles, 10 sacks, 17 quarterback pressures and two forced fumbles Started in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Classic Lettered four times in football, three in track and once in basketball Named All-State in track & field Won the U.S. Academy of Science Award, the U.S. Academy Business Leadership Award. Personal: Full name is Terrick NaJoid Wright Son of Eulyshya and Marlon Wright Has an older brother Father, Marlon, player college baseball at Alabama A&M Born on Oct. 20, 1992 in Gadsden, Ala. Majoring in psychology Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Nebraska 1-0-1; East Carolina 1-0-1; Western Kentucky 1-2-3; Louisville 2-2-4; Boise State 2-1-3; UCF 2-3-5; Marshall 2-3-5; Rice 1-0-1; UAB 2-0-2; SMU 0-0-0; UTEP 1-0-1; Memphis Game-By-Game Statistics (UA-A-TT): Texas State 0-0-0; Nebraska 3-4-7; Arkansas ; Boise State 4-3-7; FIU ; East Carolina ; North Texas 1-5-6; Marshall 6-3-9; Louisiana Tech ; Florida Atlantic 5-2-7; Middle Tennessee 4-1-5; UAB Wright s Career Statistics Year UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int. PD FF FR Totals Southern Miss Football

85 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers #39 Brian Anderson LB Jr. Little Rock, Ark. Butte College 2013 (Sophomore, Butte College): Played at Butte Community College in Chico, Calif. Helped the Road Runners to a perfect 12-0 record and the 2013 National Championship Earned First Team All-America, All-District and All-Region honors (Freshman, Arkansas State): Began collegiate career at Arkansas State in Jonesboro, Ark. High School: Played at Central High School in Little Rock, Ark. Played linebacker and running back, earning First Team All-State accolades as a senior Named First Team All-District as a sophomore and junior Also tabbed All-Metro 2012 Hooters Defensive Player of the Year Named Super Sophomore and Defensive Player of the Year (2011, 2012). Personal: Brian Kenneth Anderson Jr. Son of Sandy and Brian Anderson Has seven brothers Quentin, Zach, Kealoha, Matthew, Immanuel, Blais and Kingston and three sisters Britane, Kela and Melanie Born on May 23, 1993 in Honolulu, Hawai i Majoring in sport management. #3 Cornell Armstrong DB Fr. Bassfield, Miss. Bassfield HS High School: Three star recruit according to 247sports.com and a two star prospect by Rivals. com and Scout.com Helped lead Bassfield HS to a Class 2A State Championship Hattiesburg American First Team All-State and Clarion Ledger Second Team All-State Recorded 62 total career tackles (46 solo), six interceptions, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries As a senior, played in 14 games, recording 32 total tackles (20 solo) with two interceptions, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries As a junior, played in 12 games, making 19 tackles (16 solo tackles) with a tackle for loss, three interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery As a sophomore, played in five games with 11 tackles (10 solo) with an interception and three pass deflections Honor student. Personal: Full name is Cornell Orlando Armstrong Son of Lessie Williams Has four sisters, Veonica, Noel, Noreal and Elizabeth Uncle, Eric Booth, played football at Southern Miss Born on Sept. 22, 1995 in Inglewood, Calif. Majoring in exercise science. #31 Carlos Burse WR RFr. Alpharetta, Ga. Vanderbilt 2013 (Freshman, Vanderbilt): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Played at Alpharetta High School in Alpharetta, Ga. Senior captain Started at wide receiver since freshman season As senior, earned team s postseason Iron Raider Award and All-Region honors Recorded 166 catches for 2,977 yards and 35 TDs in prep career In 2012, had 49 catches for 854 yards and eight TDs, helping Raiders to 7-4 record and first round of AAAAAA state playoffs Participated in Offense-Defense All-American bowl in Texas As junior, earned All-State recognition from coaches and writers after catching 52 passes, good for 857 yards and 13 TDs for 9-2 squad Earned three letters on varsity basketball team, starting as shooting guard-forward. Personal: Full name is Carlos Montez Burse Nickname is Los Son of Sunshine Hodges and stepdad Daryl Hodges Has a younger brother, Wesley Born June 22, 1994 in Memphis, Tenn. Majoring in business. #55 Thomas Collins OL RJr. Jackson, Miss. Hinds CC 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore, Hinds CC): Helped Hinds CC to a 7-3 record and a berth in the Brazos Valley Bowl Hinds totaled yards per game average which was good for No. 16 nationally in the NJCAA, while the Bulldogs also finished No. 11 in the nation in rushing yards with 2,337 Tabbed Second Team All-Region Also earned Academic All-Conference accolades (Redshirts Freshman, Hinds CC): Helped Hinds CC record 1,428 yards passing and 2,178 yards rushing for 3,606 total yards in nine games Eagles tallied total yards per game (Freshman, Hinds CC): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Prepped at Forest Hills High School and earned Second Team All-State honors by the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College Coaches (MACJC) Also a member of the track & field team Earned Team Leadership Award for track & field. Personal: Full name is Thomas Montreal Collins Son of Matriec Harrington and Billie Collins Born on May 2, 1992 in Oceanside, Calif. Majoring in psychology. #81 Chad Cook WR So. Long Beach, Miss. Pearl River CC 2013 (Freshman, Pearl River CC): Attended Pearl River Community College in Poplarville, Miss. Played in nine games, making nine receptions for 102 yards with a touchdown Had a season-long 41 yard reception against Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Also scored a touchdown for the Wildcats against MGCCC Added 20 kickoff returns for 428 yards (21.4 yards per return) and 14 punt returns for 166 yards (11.9 yards per return). High School: Lettered at Long Beach High School 83 southernmiss.com

86 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers in Long Beach, Miss. Helped the Bearcats to District 5A Championships in 2011 and 2012 Named First Team All-State, All-District, All-Area, All-Region and All-Metro as a junior and senior Tallied 1,724 total yards as a senior, including 144 rushing yards, 618 receiving yards, 178 yards on punt returns and 814 yards on kickoff returns Notched 10 tackles as a senior Also played basketball, baseball and was a member of the track & field team Named All-District in basketball, while earning All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP accolades in track & field Was the 5A State Champion in the long jump as a sophomore and senior, while taking bronze in the event as a freshman Earned a silver medal in the 100 meter dash at the State Championship Honor student and member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. Personal: Full name is Chad Jackson Cook Son of Debra and Kenneth Cook Has four brothers, Jabrelle, Kenneth Jr., Darren and Kobe Brother, Jabrelle, played baseball at Pearl River CC and Southern University Born on Jan. 28, 1995 in Long Beach, Miss. Majoring in information technology. #3 Daythan Davis FB-TE Fr. Cresson, Texas Aledo HS High School: Two-star athlete according to Rivals. com, Scout.com and 247sports.com Helped Aledo HS to a 16-0 overall record, 7-0 league mark, No. 13 National Rank and No. 4 Texas Rank as a senior As a senior, rushed for 684 yards and 15 touchdowns on 88 carries; also caught eight passes for 73 yards and a touchdown Helped pave the way for the team to rush for more than 337 yards per game in 2013 Also saw time as an inside linebacker for Aledo Honor student and member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Daythan Blaine Davis Son of Debbie and David Davis Has three brothers, Devin, Dayne and Dillon Brother, Devin, plays football at Lindenwood University, while brother, Dayne, plays football at Harvard Father, David, played football at TCU Born on April 29, 1995 in Fort Worth, Texas Majoring in political science and plans apply to law school upon graduation. #5 Walden Davis DB Fr. Suwanee, Ga. Peachtree Ridge HS High School: Three-star athlete according to 247sports.com and a two-star prospect according to Rivals.com and Scout.com As a senior, 61 total tackles (52 solo tackles), with 7.5 tackles for loss, five interceptions and a forced fumble As a junior, 420 yards rushing on 79 carries (5.32 yards per carry / 52.5 yards per game) with two rushing touchdowns As a sophomore, 260 yards rushing on 45 carries (5.78 yards per carry), one reception for 27 yards and a receiving touchdown Tabbed Gwinnett Player of the Month in October (2013) and November (2013), while earning Player of the Week (September 2013) accolades Earned First Team All-Metro, Second Team All-Region and Honorable Mention All-Area honors as a senior Also played baseball Honor student. Personal: Full name is Walden Davis III Son of Janika Jackson and Walden Davis Has a younger brother, Jaden Davis Born on Aug. 27, 1996 in Atlanta, Ga. Majoring in business. #80 Kyle Foster WR Jr. Ann Arbor, Mich. Dodge City CC 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore, Dodge City CC): Played in five games making 12 receptions for 75 yards with a long of 27 yards Also rushed twice for 11 yards (Sophomore, Syracuse): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt (Freshman, Syracuse): Played in seven games as a true freshman Made seven tackles on kickoff coverage Against Toledo, recorded three tackles, including two solo At Tulane, made two solo tackles Against West Virginia, recorded a solo tackle Against Cincinnati, recorded a solo tackle One of 10 true freshmen to play in High School: Two-star recruit according to Rivals. com, 247sports.com and Scout.com Played at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Mich. for coach Jeremy Gold Named First Team All-State and First Team All-Metro as a senior As a senior, caught 40 passes for 511 yards and six touchdowns 2010 All-SEC selection on offense and defense Selected to play in the 31st annual Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East-West All- Star game Also lettered in track & field. Personal: Full name is Kyle Larry Foster Son of Jene Baldwin and Jack Foster Has two younger brothers, Cameron Baldwin and Jackson Foster, and a younger sister Logan Foster Cousin, Dion Sims, played football at Michigan State and currently plays in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins Born on April 15, 1993 in Ypsilanti, Mich. Majoring in interdisciplinary studies. #69 Wesley Haas OL Jr. Kiln, Miss. Pearl River CC 2013 (Sophomore, Pearl River CC): Helped Pearl River CC to 1,478 yards passing and 1,410 yards rushing in nine games on the season Anchored an offensive line that averaged total yards per game and scored 23.8 points per game (Freshman, Pearl River CC): Member of the offensive line at Pearl River CC that helped the offense to 2,202 yards passing and 1,031 yards rush Southern Miss Football

87 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers ing in nine games on the season Helped PRCC average total yards per game. High School: Played at St. Stanislaus High School in Bay St. Louis, Miss. Helped the Rock-a-Chaws to the State Playoffs as a senior. Personal: Full name is Wesley Thomas Haas Son of Lisa and Kevin Haas Has two brothers Kevin and Christian and two sisters Leigh and Clare Born on March 2, 1993 in Kiln, Miss. Majoring in interdisciplinary studies. #29 Aaron Harris LB Fr. Norcross, Ga. Peachtree Ridge HS High School: Two-star recruit by Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com Lettered at Peachtree Ridge High School in Suwannee, Ga. Helped the Lions to the State Playoffs as a senior Named First Team All-Region as a senior Tallied 96 total tackles (65 solo) in career with 2.0 sacks As a senior, 82 total tackles (55 solo), including 8.0 tackles for loss with three fumble recoveries in 12 games played As a junior, 14 total tackles (10 solo) with 2.0 sacks Had a career-best 19 tackles against Norcross HS. Personal: Full name is Aaron Christopher Harris Son of Renae and Kevin Harris Uncle, Charles Wilson, played football at Tennessee Born on March 14, 1996 in Lawrenceville, Ga. Majoring in marketing. #21 Troy Jeter DB So. Aliquippa, Pa. ASA College 2013 (Freshman, ASA College): Helped ASA College to a 10-1 overall record and a 2013 Championship Finished rookie campaign with 27 total tackles, including 23 solo stops in 10 games played Had a fumble recovery for 26 yards Notched three interceptions and nine pass breakups. High School: Lettered at Aliquippa High School Helped the Quips to a Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL) Championship in 2008 Named First Team All-State and All-District as a junior; Second Team as a sophomore Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Named Team MVP in basketball, while helping the track team to a 2010 Championship. Personal: Son of Chointell Cureton and Roderick Jeter Born on March 31, 1993 in Aliquippa, Pa. Majoring in criminal justice. #1 Xavier Marion DB Fr. Ridgeland, Miss. Ridgeland HS High School: Two-star prospect according to Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com Clarion Ledger All-Metro Team Lettered at Ridgeland High School in Ridgeland, Miss. Tallied 1,507 receiving yards on 109 catches (13.83 per reception / 53.8 per game) with 18 receiving touchdowns and 24 total touchdowns Finished prep career with 250 yards rushing on 31 carries (8.07 yards per carry) with four touchdowns and a career long 42 yard rush Also notched 108 total tackles (47 solo) with 2.0 tackles for loss, including a sack for a 13-yard loss with three interceptions for 49 yards, 12 pass defenses, two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles In addition, recorded 15 kickoff returns for 312 yards (20.80 average) and 16 punt returns for 139 yards (8.69 average). Personal: Full name is Xavier Ra Shad Marion Son of Carolyn and Patrick Marion Has an older brother, Patrick Jr., and a younger sister, Lovee Born on Feb. 2, 1996 in Jackson, Miss. Majoring in sport management. #16 Tyler Matthews QB RSo. Wichita, Kan. TCU Will sit out 2014 due to NCAA transfer rules (Redshirt Freshman, TCU): Appeared in four games for the Horned Frogs Made collegiate debut in week two against Southeastern Louisiana Had season-long 7-yard carry at Oklahoma State Also saw action against Texas Tech and SMU (Freshman, TCU): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Four-star pro-style quarterback according to Rivals.com at McPherson High School in Wichita, Kan. Ranked as the No. 6 pro-style quarterback in the nation Rated No. 174 in the Rivals.com 250 No. 1-ranked player in the state of Kansas Played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Passed for 6,541 yards and 62 touchdowns with only eight interceptions in high school career First-Team All-State selection as a senior, completing 163-of-257 attempts (63.4 percent) for 2,836 yards, 24 touchdowns and only five picks Rushed for three touchdowns Third-Team All-State pick as a junior All-League selection and Offensive Most Valuable Player during junior and senior years. Personal: Full name is Tyler Scott Matthews Son of Jenifferand Randy Matthews Has a younger brother, Cameron, and a younger sister Halie Born on Jan. 25, 1994 in Fort Riley, Kan. Majoring in communication and minoring in business. #60 Hayden McMahan OL Fr. Wilmer, Ala. Faith Academy High School: Two-star prospect according to Rivals.com and Scout.com Lettered at Faith Academy in Mobile, Ala. Was a quarterback as a sophomore before moving to tight end and eventually to offensive line Had seven pancake blocks against Williamson HS Also played basketball Honor student. 85 southernmiss.com

88 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers Personal: Full name is Brian Hayden McMahan Son of Porsha Black and Brian McMahan Has a younger brother, Brandon McMahan, and two younger sisters, Trisha Black and Whitney McMahan Born on Nov. 16, 1995 in Foley, Ala. Majoring in business management. #25 Curtis Mikell WR Fr. Bassfield, Miss. Bassfield HS High School: Two-star prospect according to Rivals.com Lettered at Bassfield High School Hattiesburg American First-Team All-Area As a senior, rushed for 153 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown; also had eight catches for 289 yards and four touchdown receptions On defense, collected 34 tackles and came away with three interceptions and 11 pass deflections Also played baseball Earned All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP accolades in baseball Honor student. Personal: Full name is Curtis Ray Mikell Jr. Son of Valerie and Curtis Mikell Sr. Has an older brother and a younger sister Born on Nov. 25, 1995 in Hattiesburg, Miss. Majoring in sport management. #13 Picasso Nelson DB Fr. Mendenhall, Miss. Oak Grove HS High School: Two-star prospected according to Rivals.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com Lettered at Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, Miss. Helped the Warriors to the 2013 State Championship Named First-Team All-Area by the Hattiesburg American Played in the Mississippi- Alabama All-Star Game Voted by team as Best Defensive Back Posted 45 total tackles, including 28 solo stops with four tackles for loss as a senior Also a member of the track & field and powerlifting teams Won the 6A State Title in the 4x4, setting the OGHS school record Honor student and member of the Beta Club. Personal: Full name is Picasso Chavez Nelson Jr. Son of Chan Willis and Picasso Nelson Sr. Has three younger sisters, Linzee Nelson, Lauryn Nelson and Hannah Brown Father, Picasso, played football in the NFL and CFL Cousin, Kenny Shed, played football in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders and the Tennessee Titans, while great uncle, Eugene Bowen, played in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys Born on April 15, 1996 in Mendenhall, Miss. Majoring in business and finance. #16 Elijah Parker LB So. Brandon, Miss. Miss. Gulf Coast CC 2013 (Freshman, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC): Played in 10 games at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Recorded 26 total tackles, including 20 solo stops and six assisted tackles Had a season-high four tackles against Holmes CC, Jones County JC and Pearl River CC, while adding three stops against Hinds CC, Southwest Mississippi CC and East Central CC Had a forced fumble against Holmes CC and an interception against Hinds CC. High School: Lettered at Brandon High School in Brandon, Miss. Named First Team All-District, All-Region and All-Metro, while garnering Second Team All-State accolades Voted Brandon HS Team MVP Helped the Bulldogs to a 2012 State Championship Runner-Up finish Forced a fumble in second round of State Playoffs against Hattiesburg HS to win the game Also played baseball Named Team MVP on the diamond Honor student and member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Elijah Idason Parker Son of Tammie and Charles Parker Has an older sister, Jensi Born on Jan. 24, 1995 in Jackson, Miss. Majoring in constructional engineering. #72 Norman Price OL Jr. Vicksburg, Miss. Hinds CC 2013 (Sophomore, Hinds CC): Helped Hinds CC to a 7-3 record and a berth in the Brazos Valley Bowl Hinds totaled yards per game average which was good for No. 16 nationally in the NJCAA, while the Bulldogs also finished No. 11 in the nation in rushing yards with 2,337 Earned both First-Team All-Region 23 and All-State honors by the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College Coaches (MACJC) (Freshman, Hinds CC): Helped Hinds CC record 1,428 yards passing and 2,178 yards rushing for 3,606 total yards in nine games Eagles tallied total yards per game. High School: Lettered at Vicksburg High School Also played basketball. Personal: Full name is Norman Henry Price Son of Charlotte and Norman Price Born on Aug. 25, 1994 in Vicksburg, Miss. Majoring in communications. #8 Gunner Roach QB Fr. Mobile, Ala. UMS-Wright Prep High School: Three star prospect according to 247sports.com Two star recruit according to Rivals.com and Scout.com Lettered at UMS- Wright Prep School Led the Bulldogs to the Class 4A State Championship as a junior and a spot in the semifinals in 2013 Honorable Mention All-Coastal Alabama Recorded 353 career completions on 599 attempts for 5,103 passing yards with 39 passing touchdowns As a senior, was 152-of-241 for Southern Miss Football

89 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers 2,181 yards and 17 touchdowns for a passer rating of 102 As a junior, went 130-of-208 for 1,875 yards and 16 touchdowns for a passer rating of 103 As a sophomore, was 68-of-133 for 1,034 yards and six touchdowns Notched 623 career rushing yards on 228 carries (2.73 average) with 22 touchdowns Also played baseball Earned All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP honors on the diamond Helped UMS-Wright Prep to State Championship as a freshman and the Semifinals of the State Playoffs as a sophomore and junior. Personal: Full name Gunner Christian Roach Son of Kim and Shawn Roach Has a younger sister, Jordan Born on March 6, 1995 in Maui, Hawai i Majoring in biology. #36 Brandon Roberts PK RSo. Daphne, Ala. Delta State 2013 (Redshirt Sophomore): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman): Did not compete during the season (Freshman, Delta State): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Lettered at Daphne High School in Daphne, Ala. as a place kicker and punter Helped the Trojans go 15-0 and win a State Championship as a junior in 2010 Also reached the State Playoffs as a freshman, sophomore and senior Named First Team All-Region and All-Metro as a junior and senior Earned Second Team All-State honors as a junior Made 27 career field goals and 164 PATs Lettered in soccer, baseball and swimming Named All-State, All-Region, All-District and Team MVP in soccer. Personal: Full name is Christopher Brandon Roberts Son of Teresa and Don Roberts Has a younger brother, Jacob Johnson Born on June 9, 1994 in Gulfport, Miss. Majoring in sport coaching education. #18 Korey Robertson WR Fr. Greenwood, Miss. Greenwood HS High School: Three star prospect according to 247sports.com and a two-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com Lettered at Greenwood High School in Greenwood, Miss. Named First Team All-State, All-District, All-Area and All-Region as a junior and senior Tallied 147 career receptions for 2,340 yards (15.92 average) and 26 touchdowns Notched 41 total career tackles (26 solo) with three interceptions a forced fumble and a pass deflected As a senior, had 50 receptions for 775 yards (15.50 average) and six touchdowns As a junior, managed 54 receptions for 871 yards (16.13 average) and 11 touchdowns As a sophomore, collected 38 receptions for 608 yards (16.00 average) and nine touchdowns As a freshman, had 25 total tackles (20 solo) with an interception Competed in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game in December (2013). Personal: Full name is Korey Deuntae Robertson Son of Vicky Robertson and Oscar Wallace Jr. Has two brothers Justin Wallace and Zykerian Miller and four sisters Ke Shundria Robertson, Sanyra Robterson, Mackenzie Robertson and Aubrey Wallace Uncle, Gabe Wallace, played football at Mississippi State Born on June 22, 1995 in Greenwood, Miss. Majoring in business. #26 Jeremy Sangster LB Fr. Louisville, Miss. Louisville HS High School: Led Louisville High School to the Class 4A State Championship as a senior captain of the defense First Team Clarion Ledger All-State Earned a starting position at linebacker for Team Mississippi during the Mississippi-Alabama All Star Classic as a senior Recorded 475 total career tackles (318 solo) with 28.0 sacks, three interceptions and seven forced fumbles As a senior, notched 161 total tackles (106 solo) with 18.0 sacks, one interception and three forced fumbles As a junior, registered 228 total tackles (161 solo) with 7.0 sacks, one interception and four forced fumbles As a sophomore, recorded 71 total tackles (40 solo) with 3.0 sacks, one quarterback hurry and a pass deflection As a freshman, had 15 total tackles (11 solo) with one interception and one pass deflection in three games. Personal: Full name is Jeremy Sanchez Sangster Son of Willie Sangster Has a brother, Jalon, and three sisters, Quita, Shara and Keisha Father, Willie, and uncle, Jeremiah, played football at Mississippi State, while uncle Lawrence, played football at Alcorn State Born on Sept. 19, 1995 in Louisville, Miss. Majoring in construction engineering. #20 Ryan Seaberg FB-TE Jr. Chattanooga, Tenn. Elon 2013 (Sophomore, Elon): Played in 11 games Made 16 total tackles (nine solo, seven assisted) Tallied 1.5 tackles for loss, including a sack for nine yards Had a pass breakup (Freshman, Elon): Saw time in two games Made four total tackles, including 1.5 stops for a loss Posted two tackles each against Samford and Chattanooga. High School: Lettered at the Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn. First Team All-Region pick Selected to the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Game Helped team to the state s top ranking and a No. 8 national ranking by ESPN Member of the Student Government. 87 southernmiss.com

90 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers Personal: Full name is Ryan William Seaburg Son of David and Carol Ann Seaberg Has a younger brother, Tyler Grandfather, Richard Seaberg, played basketball at the University of Minnesota Born August 12, 1994 in Pittsburgh, Pa. Majoring in international business. #19 Ito Smith RB Fr. Semmes, Ala. McGill-Toolen Catholic HS High School: Three star prospect by 247sports. com Two star recruit according to Rivals.com and Scout.com Lettered at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School Mobile Press-Register s Coastal Alabama Offensive Player of the Year (2013) Named First Team All-State, All-Area and All-Region Dubbed Chricton Optimist Club Player of the Week three times As a senior, tallied 255 carries for 1,803 and 24 rushing touchdowns Also had 27 receptions for 383 yards (14.19 average) and five receiving touchdowns as a senior Led McGill-Toolen Catholic High School to the Class 6A semifinals. Personal: Full name is Romarius Smith Son of Raven Smith-Isaac and Llewellyn Isaac Has two younger sisters, Ryaan Smith and Rayjah Smith- Issaac Born on Sept. 11, 1995 in Mobile, Ala. Undeclared major. #84 Juan Smith WR RFr. Baker, La. Southern Lab 2013 (Freshman): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Lettered at Southern Lab High School in Baton Rouge, La. Named Second Team All-District as a senior, earning Honorable Mention All-District accolades as a junior Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Helped the track & field team to the State Championship during the season Honor student Class valedictorian. Personal: Full name is Juan Songhai Smith Son of Juan E. Smith and stepmother Yolanda B. Smith Has three brothers, Juan A. Smith, Carlton Gray and Naikym Milton, and a sister, Assata Born on March 28, 1995 in Baton Rouge, La. Majoring in criminal justice / forensics. #88 Michael Thomas WR Jr. Chicago, Ill. Dodge City CC 2013 (Sophomore, Dodge City CC): In 2013, led DCCC with 42 receptions for 709 yards (70.9 yards per game / 16.9 average) with three touchdowns in 10 games Named Honorable Mention All-American (Freshman, College of Dupage): Started collegiate career at College of Dupage in Glen Ellyn, Ill. High School: Lettered at DuSable High School in Chicago, Ill. Helped the Panthers to the State Playoffs as a senior Named First Team All-District as a junior and senior Scored 29 touchdowns combined as a junior and senior As a senior, notched six touchdowns in a game against Carver HS. Personal: Full name is Michael Davonta Thomas Son of Lisa Wilson and Michael Thomas Has an older brother, Nate Brown Born on Aug. 16, 1994 in Chicago, Ill. Majoring in interdisciplinary studies. #41 Antrion Walker LB RSr. Ferriday, La. Southeastern Louisiana 2013 (Redshirt Junior): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Sophomore, Southeastern Louisiana): Did not compete during the season (Redshirt Freshman, Southeastern Louisiana): Did not compete during the season (Freshman, Southeastern Louisiana): Did not compete during the season, taking a redshirt. High School: Lettered at Ferriday High School in Ferriday, La. Helped the Trojans to the State Playoffs as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior, winning the District Championship as a freshman, sophomore and junior Named First Team All-District, All-Area, All-Region and All-Metro as a junior Tabbed Honorable Mention All-State as a junior Notched 125 tackles as a junior Also played basketball, helping the Trojans win the 2A State Championship in Personal: Full name is Antrion Lynn Walker Son of Debra Walker and Carl Ray Thompson Jr. Has two brothers, Dra Carl Walker and Carl Ray Thompson III, and a sister, Beonca Thompson Uncle, Bobby Ray Thompson, played football at Louisiana Tech Born on March 18, 1991 Majoring in interdisciplinary studies. #85 Tyler Walker WR So. Baker, La. Zachary HS 2013 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll Did not compete during the season. High School: Attended Lutcher High School, Zachary High School and Baker High School Played wide receiver and free safety in high school Helped teams advance to the State Playoffs, including an appearance in the Semifinals as a freshman. Personal: Full name is Tyler Alexander Walker Son of Stephanie George and Robert Walker Has three brothers Edward, Ezell and Tiron and four Southern Miss Football

91 Meet the Golden Eagles Newcomers sisters Sara, Marquel, Elise and Stevi Born on Nov. 15, 1994 in Anchorage, Alaska Majoring in sports education. #36 Jay Shawn Washington FB-TE Fr. Marrero, La. John Ehret HS High School: Two star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com Helped John Ehret High School to a 10-3 record as a senior, including a 6-0 league mark and a Louisiana ranking of No. 40 Spent time at receiver as well as defensive end and outside linebacker for the Patriots in 2013 Earned Reggie Wayne Award for best wide receiver Tallied 85 career receptions for 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns, while adding 120 total tackles on defense Also played basketball. Personal: Full name is Jay Shawn Vileerrie Washington Son of Cokeisha Washington Grandfather, Alden Roche, played football in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers Born on Oct. 3, 1996 in Marrero, La. Undeclared major. #99 J.T. Williams DL Fr. Denton, Texas Ryan HS High School: Two star prospect according to Rivals.com and Scout.com Lettered at Billy Ryan High School in Denton, Texas Tabbed Honorable Mention All-State as a junior and senior, while garnering First Team All-District, All-Area and All-Region as a junior and senior Voted Team Defensive MVP Had 67 total tackles, including 9.0 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks and two forced fumbles Also played basketball, soccer and was a member of the track & field team Honor student. Personal: Full name is Jacob Thomas Williams Son of Hester M. Oluka Has a brother, Jordan Williams, and two sisters, Journe Frank and JaDaiha Peterson Brother, Jordan, plays football at Missouri Born on Jan. 25, 1996 in Denton, Texas Majoring in business (Sophomore, Jones County JC): Named First Team All-America, All-District and All-Region Tabbed Academic All-America and Academic All- Conference Helped the Bobcats to a 9-2 overall record Registered 55 receptions for 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns (Freshman, Jones County JC): Began collegiate career at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Miss. High School: Played at Gardendale High School in Gardendale, Ala. Earned All-State, All-District, All-Area, All-Region and All-Metro honors as a sophomore and junior Had 68 receptions for 1,109 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior Also played basketball and was a member of the track & field team Earned All-State, All-Region and All-District distinctions Honor student. Personal: Full name is JaMicheal Tione Willis Son of Tifica Willis Born on Nov. 7, 1993 in Birmingham, Ala. Majoring in occupational therapy. # 22 Darian Yancey LB Fr. Auburn, Ala. Auburn HS High School: Three star prospect according to 247sports.com and Scout.com Two star recruit according to Rivals.com Lettered at Auburn High School in Auburn, Ala. Tallied 59 total career tackles (52 solo) with 10.5 sacks and two interceptions As a senior, registered 34 total tackles (27 solo) with 3.0 sacks, two fumble recoveries and one interception, helping Auburn HS to a 13-2 record As a junior, recorded 25 total tackles (25 solo) with 7.5 sacks and one interception ASWA - Player of the Week vs. (rival) Opelila - interception for a touchdown; two tackles for loss 6A State Championship Runner-Up. Personal: Full name is Jadarian Travel Yancey Son of Juanita and Ike Dowdell Has an older brother, Adarius Yancey Born on June 5, 1995 in Auburn, Ala. Majoring in communications. #89 JaMicheal Willis WR Jr. Birmingham, Ala. Jones County JC 89 southernmiss.com

92 he Southern Miss preseason roster features T players from 14 different states and one foreign country. Alabama (22) Justin Abston, Nicholas Carlis, James Cox, Rod Crayton, Cooper Harrington, Jerry Harris, Emmanuel Johnson, Vohn Keith, Hayden McMahan, Nick Mullens, George Payne, C.J. Perry, Kalan Reed, Gunner Roach, Brandon Roberts, Lance Schuffert, Ito Smith, Michael Smith, Marcus Turner, JaMichael Willis, Terrick Wright, Darian Yancey Arkansas (1) Brian Anderson Florida (2) Rashod Hill, Cole Weeks Georgia (6) Nic Bekkers, Carlos Burse, Jacorius Cotton, Walden Davis III, Aaron Harris, Kyle Sloter Illinois (1) Michael Thomas Kansas (1) Tyler Matthews Louisiana (16) Randall Agee, Keelan Anderson, Matt Bergeron, Chaz Cavignac, Urell Johnson, Marquise Ricard, Jalen Richard, Draper Riley, Christopher Robinson, Tyler Sarrazin, Juan Smith, Cameron Tom, Antrion Walker, Tyler Walker, Jayshawn Washington, Delvin Welch Michigan (1) Kyle Foster Mississippi (41) Jarell Aaron, Parker Adamson, Jomez Applewhite, Cornell 2014 Golden Eagles By State Armstrong, Oliver Bates, David Bertucci, Dylan Bradley, Michael Brinson, Thomas Collins, Trae Collins, Chad Cook, Lelland Ducksworth, Brandon Farmer, Devin Farrior, Dillon Fedora, Wil Freeman, Darrion Goudy, Johntre Goudy, Wesley Haas, Tyre oune Holmes, Alan Howze, Ta Dren Kennedy, Xavier Marion, Jerry McCorvey, Dasman McCullum, Curtis Mikell, Fred Moore, Picasso Nelson, Kewin Nelson, Evan Osborne, Elijah Parker, Justin Penn, Ja Boree Poole, Norman Price, Korey Robertson, Jeremy Sangster, Quentin Smith, Xavier Thigpen, D.J. Thompson, Markese Triplett, Adam Williams Pennsylvania (1) Troy Jeter Tennessee (3) Corey Acosta, Matthew Moseley, Ryan Seaberg Texas (4) Daythan Davis, Kelsey Douglas, J.T. Williams, Kevin Williams, Jr. Wisconsin (1) Bradley Nugent Belize (1) Rakeem Nunez-Roches 2014 Golden Eagles By Class Seniors (17) Corey Acosta, Keelan Anderson, Nic Bekkers, Jacorius Cotton, Darrion Goudy, Alan Howze, Emmanuel Johnson, Urell Johnson, Ta Dren Kennedy, Dasman McCullum, Fred Moore, Justin Penn, Markese Triplett, Antrion Walker, Cole Weeks, Delvin Welch, Adam Williams Juniors (25) Randal Agee, Brian Anderson, David Bertucci, Michael Brinson, Chaz Cavignac, Thomas Collins, Dillon Fedora, Kyle Foster, Wil Freeman, Wesley Haas, Cooper Harrington, Rashod Hill, Matthew Moseley, Kewin Nielsen, Bradley Nugent, Rakeem Nunez- Roches, Norman Price, Kalan Reed, Jalen Richard, Lance Schuffert, Ryan Seaberg, Michael Smith, Michael Thomas, Ed Wilkins, JaMichael Willis, Terrick Wright Sophomores (29) Jarell Aaron, Justin Abston, Oliver Bates, Matt Bergeron, Dylan Bradley, Chad Cook, James Cox, Kelsey Douglas, Lelland Ducksworth, Brandon Farmer, Johntre Goudy, Tyre oune Holmes, Troy Jeter, Tyler Matthews, Jerry McCorvey, Nick Mullens, Evan Osborne, Elijah Parker, George Payne, C.J. Perry, Ja Boree Poole, Marquise Ricard, Brandon Roberts, Tyler Sarrazin, Kyle Sloter, D.J. Thompson, Cameron Tom, Marcus Turner, Tyler Walker Redshirt Freshmen (15) Parker Adamson, Jomez Applewhite, Carlos Burse, Nicholas Carlis, Trae Collins, Rod Crayton, Devin Farrior, Jerry Harris, Vohn Keith, Draper Riley, Christopher Robinson, Juan Smith, Quentin Smith, Xavier Thigpen, Kevin Williams Jr. Freshmen (15) Cornell Armstrong, Daythan Davis, Walden Davis III, Aaron Harris, Xavier Marion, Hayden McMahan, Curtis Mikell, Picasso Nelson, Gunner Roach, Korey Robertson, Jeremy Sangster, Ito Smith, Jayshawn Washington, J.T. Williams, Darian Yancey Southern Miss Football

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94 2013 Statistics Team Statistics Team Statistics USM OPP Scoring Points Per Game First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Yardage Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing 5 38 Passing Yardage Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing Total Offense Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game Kick Returns: #-Yards Punt Returns: #-Yards INT Returns: #-Yards Kick Return Average Punt Return Average INT Return Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Average Per Game Punts-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average Kickoffs-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average Time Of Possession/Game 27:17 32:43 3rd-Down Conversions 52/178 79/172 3rd-Down Pct 29% 46% 4th-Down Conversions 7/17 12/15 4th-Down Pct 41% 80% Sacks By-Yards Miscellaneous Yards 8 52 Touchdowns Scored Field Goals-Attempts On-Side Kicks Red-Zone Scores (25-34) 74% (53-56) 95% Red-Zone Touchdowns (17-34) 50% (46-56) 82% PAT-Attempts (24-24) 100% (61-66) 92% Attendance Games/Avg Per Game 5/ /39892 Neutral Site Games 0/ Game Results Date Opponent Score Overall C-USA Time Attend Aug. 31 Texas State L : Sept. 7 at #22 Nebraska L : Sept. 14 at Arkansas 3-24 L : Sept. 28 at Boise State 7-60 L : *Oct. 5 FIU L : *Oct. 19 at East Carolina L : *Oct. 26 North Texas L : *Nov. 2 at Marshall L : *Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech L : *Nov. 16 Florida Atlantic 7-41 L : *Nov. 23 Middle Tennessee L : *Nov. 30 at UAB W : * Conference USA game Individual Statistics Rushing GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Kendrick Hardy Jalen Richard George Payne Tyre Bracken Jeremy Hester Tyre oune Holmes Team Allan Bridgford Nick Mullens Total Opponents Passing G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Nick Mullens Allan Bridgford Tyre oune Holmes Matthew Moseley Total Opponents Receiving G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Tyre oune Holmes Markese Triplett Tyre Bracken Marquise Richard Dominique Sullivan Jalen Richard Rickey Bradley James Cox Kendrick Hardy JaMarcus Revies Kyle Sloter Chris Briggs Justin Sims Bruce Johnson George Payne Nic Bekkers Total Opponents Score By Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Southern Miss Opponents Southern Miss Football

95 2013 Statistics Punt Returns No. Yds Avg TD Long Jalen Richard Emmanuel Johnson Nic Bekkers Marquise Ricard Justin Sims JaMarcus Revies David Bertucci Total Opponents Tyre Bracken Jeremy Hester Tyre oune Holmes Matthew Moseley Team Total Opponents Field Goals FGM-FGA Pct Lg Blk Acosta, Corey Interceptions No. Yds Avg TD Long Kelsey Douglas Terrick Wright Emmanuel Johnson Kalan Reed Ed Wilkins DeBarriaus Miller Total Opponents Kick Returns No. Yds Avg TD Long Justin Sims Emmanuel Johnson Evan Osborne Jeremy Hester Jalen Richard Dylan Bradley Tyre Bracken Jerry McCorvey Bruce Johnson Total Opponents FG Sequence Southern Miss OPPONENTS Texas State (41), 30, (36) 56, 40 Nebraska (32), (45) - Arkansas (27), 49 (42) Boise State 47, 38 (33), (26) FIU 44 48, (27), 45 East Carolina 38 (27), 39, (18) North Texas 35 - Marshall (39), (33) - Louisiana Tech (22), 31, (50) (38), (43) Florida Atlantic - (40), (33) Middle Tennessee 29 - UAB (30), (25) 31, 49 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. Fumble Returns No. Yds Avg TD Long Kalan Reed Total Opponents PATs Scoring TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Corey Acosta Markese Triplett Marquise Ricard Dominique Sullivan Kendrick Hardy Nick Mullens James Cox Tyre oune Holmes Kyle Sloter Jalen Richard George Payne Rickey Bradley Bruce Johnson Team Total Opponents Total Offense G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Nick Mullens Allan Bridgford Kendrick Hardy Jalen Richard George Payne Dominique Sullivan 93 southernmiss.com

96 2013 Statistics Punting No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Tyler Sarrazin Matthew Moseley Corey Acosta Total Opponents Kickoffs No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Acosta, Corey Kewin Nielsen Total Opponents All Purpose G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Jalen Richard Markese Triplett Kendrick Hardy Justin Sims Tyre Bracken Tyre oune Holmes Dominique Sullivan Marquise Ricard Emmanuel Johnson Rickey Bradley James Cox George Payne Evan Osborne Jeremy Hester Chris Briggs JaMarcus Revies Bruce Johnson Kyle Sloter Dylan Bradley Kelsey Douglas DeBarriaus Miller Nic Bekkers Terrick Wright Jerry McCorvey Team Allan Bridgford Nick Mullens Total Opponents Kendrick Hardy 2013 Scoring Drives Game Plays Yards TOP Scoring Play TXST :14 Acosta 41 field goal TXST :12 Cox 6 pass from Bridgford TXST :36 Acosta 36 field goal NU :34 Acosta 32 field goal NU :47 Acosta 45 field goal NU :11 Bradley 41 pass from Bridgford UA :23 Acosta 27 field goal BSU 2 8 0:32 Ricard 5 pass from Bridgford FIU :10 Triplett 13 pass from Bridgford FIU :54 Richard 39 pass from Bridgford FIU :37 Triplett 6 pass from Bridgford ECU :56 Ricard 15 pass from Mullens ECU :33 B. Johnson 8 pass from Mullens NT :13 Sullivan 59 pass from Mullens NT 1 2 0:05 Payne 2 run MU :49 Triplett 81 pass from Mullens MU :40 Acosta 39 field goal MU :47 Acosta 33 field goal LT :23 Acosta 22 field goal LT :27 Acosta 50 field goal LT :24 Sloter 8 pass from Mullens FAU :20 Mullens 4 run MT :36 Sullivan 11 pass from Mullens MT :58 Hardy 14 pass from Mullens MT :03 Holmes 13 pass from Mullens UAB :38 Holmes 3 pass from Mullens UAB :13 Acosta 30 field goal UAB :07 Acosta 25 field goal UAB :21 Sullivan 43 pass from Mullens UAB :45 Cox 21 pass from Mullens UAB :41 Mullens 1 run UAB :52 Ricard 37 pass from Mullens UAB :23 Hardy 3 run UAB :06 Triplett 19 pass from Mullens UAB :25 Hardy 3 run Longest Drive 88 yards vs. Florida Atlantic, UAB Most Plays 14 vs. Florida Atlantic Fewest Plays on TD Drive 1 vs. North Texas, UAB Most Time Used on Scoring Drive 5:36 vs. FMiddle Tennessee Shortest Time Used on TD Drive 0:05 vs. North Texas No. of TD Drives Less than 2: Southern Miss Football

97 2013 Statistics Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game Rushing No-Yds/TD TXST NEB ARK BSU FIU ECU UNT MAR LA TECH FAU MT UAB Kendrick Hardy /2 8-29/ /0 9-29/ / /0 DNP DNP 4-14/0 2-9/0 9-33/ / /2 Jalen Richard /0 3--5/0 4-24/ / / / /0 4-1/0 5-10/0 7-15/0 3--1/ /0 DNP George Payne /1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 11-36/0 9-44/ /0 7-26/0 3-21/0 DNP DNP Tyre Bracken /0 8-22/0 7-9/0 4-18/0 DNP /0 2-0/0 5-23/0 4-14/0 3-3/0 2-5/0 5-6/0 Jeremy Hester 8-17/0 2-3/0 3-5/0-3-9/0 DNP DNP DNP - Tyre oune Holmes 4-3/ /0 2-2/ /0 - DNP - - Team 2--19/0-1--2/ DNP DNP /0 DNP - Allan Bridgford / /0 2--9/ /0 1--6/0 1--9/0 2--9/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Nick Mullens /2 DNP - DNP 3--22/0 DNP 5-14/0 6--6/0 5-10/0 1-5/0 6-19/1 8-45/0 6-10/1 Receiving No-Yds/TD TXST NEB ARK BSU FIU ECU UNT MAR LA TECH FAU MT UAB Markese Triplett /4-1-15/0 1-15/0 4-54/0 7-96/2 1-13/0 2-30/ /1 DNP 3-43/ /0 4-68/1 Tyre oune Holmes / /0 8-65/0 4-12/0 3-17/0 5-34/0-2-23/0 8-49/0 2-20/0 DNP 3-38/1 6-56/1 Dominique Sullivan /3 1-6/0 1-5/0 4-12/0 2-14/0 2-27/0-2-97/1 1-19/0 3-48/0 2-23/0 4-56/1 1-43/1 Rickey Bradley / /0 3-57/1 DNP 1-3/0 3-24/ /0 DNP /0 - Marquise Ricard /3 2-32/0-2-35/0 3-18/1 2-11/0 1-15/1 3-33/0-5-74/0 2-31/0 3-20/0 1-37/1 Tyre Bracken /0 4-37/0 2-34/0 1-21/0 DNP 1-4/ /0 7-81/0 1-10/0 4-21/0 7-63/0 James Cox /2 1-6/1 1-7/0 2-19/0 3-32/0-3-37/0 - DNP DNP 1-18/0 1-10/0 2-68/1 Jalen Richard /1 1-7/0 2-14/0 1-8/0 3-15/0 4-44/1 2-7/0 2-14/0 3-45/0 2-12/0-1-2/0 DNP Chris Briggs 4-71/ DNP 2-33/0 2-38/ Kendrick Hardy 6-64/ /0 DNP DNP /1 2-31/0 Justin Sims 4-56/0-1-13/ /0 1-13/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP JaMarcus Revies 6-55/0-2-12/0-2-10/0 - - DNP DNP DNP 2-33/0 DNP DNP Kyle Sloter 5-35/1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP /1 1-11/0-1-4/0 Bruce Johnson 3-19/ / / George Payne 2-7/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-2/ /0 - DNP DNP Nic Bekkers 1-2/ / Return Stats Game-by-Game Punt Returns No-Yds TXST NEB ARK BSU FIU ECU UNT MAR LA TECH FAU MT UAB Jalen Richard DNP Marquise Ricard Emmanuel Johnson DNP DNP Nic Bekkers JaMarcus Revies DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP Justin Sims DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Kick Returns No-Yds TXST NEB ARK BSU FIU ECU UNT MAR LA TECH FAU MT UAB Justin Sims DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Emmanuel Johnson DNP DNP Evan Osborne DNP Jalen Richard DNP Jeremy Hester DNP DNP DNP 1-23 Dylan Bradley DNP Bruce Johnson Tyre Bracken DNP Jerry McCorvey DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Int. Returns No-Yds TXST NEB ARK BSU FIU ECU UNT MAR LA TECH FAU MT UAB Terrick Wright Kalan Reed DNP - - DNP Ed Wilkins DNP - - DeBarriaus Miller Kelsey Douglas Emmanuel Johnson DNP DNP Fumble Returns No-Yds TXST NEB ARK BSU FIU ECU UNT MAR LA TECH FAU MT UAB Kalan Reed DNP - - DNP southernmiss.com

98 2013 Statistics Individual Defensive Statistics Tackles Sacks Fumbles GP-GS Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf DeBarriaus Miller Terrick Wright Kelsey Douglas Emmanuel Johnson Dylan Bradley Dylan Reda Octavius Thomas C.J. Perry Kalan Reed Adam Williams Ed Wilkins Khyri Thornton Alan Howze Dasman McCullum Michael Smith Alex Smith Alexander Walters Jerrion Johnson David Bertucci Wil Freeman Ta Dren Kennedy Justin Penn Ja Boree Poole Chris Cooley Jerry McCorvey Josh Flanders Rakeem Nunez-Roches Nic Bekkers Evan Osborne Urell Johnson Jeremy Hester Lance Schuffert Fredrick Moore Chaz Cavignac Team Markese Triplett Dominique Sullivan Justin Abston Lelland Ducksworth Marcus Turner Cameron Tom Corey Acosta Rickey Bradley Nick Mullens Garrett Clark Rashod Hill Jalen Richard Delvin Welch C.J. Felix Allan Bridgford Total Opponents Southern Miss Football

99 2013 Statistics Southern Miss Team Game-by-Game Statistics Rushing Receiving -Passing - Kick Ret Punt Ret Total Date Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg C-A-I Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg Off Aug. 31 TEXAS STATE Sept. 7 at Nebraska Sept. 14 at Arkansas Sept. 28 at Boise State Oct. 5 FIU Oct. 19 at East Carolina Oct. 26 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 2 at Marshall Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech Nov. 16 FLORIDA ATL Nov. 23 MIDDLE TENN Nov. 30 at UAB Totals Opponent Games played: 12, Avg per rush: 2.6, Avg per catch: 11.7, Pass efficiency: , Kick ret avg: 19.7, Punt ret avg: 13.4, All purpose avg/game: 426.2, Total offense avg/gm: Tackles -Sacks- Fumble Pass Blkd. Kicks Xpts Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts Aug. 31 TEXAS STATE Sept. 7 at Nebraska Sept. 14 at Arkansas Sept. 28 at Boise State Oct. 5 FIU Oct. 19 at East Carolina Oct. 26 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 2 at Marshall Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech Nov. 16 FLA. ATLANTIC Nov. 23 MIDDLE TENN Nov. 30 at UAB Totals Opponent Punting Field Goals Kickoffs Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd No Yds Avg TB OB Aug. 31 TEXAS STATE Sept. 7 at Nebraska Sept. 14 at Arkansas Sept. 28 at Boise State Oct. 5 FIU Oct. 19 at East Carolina Oct. 26 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 2 at Marshall Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech Nov. 16 FLORIDA ATLANTIC Nov. 23 MIDDLE TENNESSEE Nov. 30 at UAB Totals Opponent southernmiss.com

100 2013 Statistics Opponent Team Game-by-Game Statistics Rushing Receiving -Passing - Kick Ret Punt Ret Total Date Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg C-A-I Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg Off Aug. 31 TEXAS STATE Sept. 7 at Nebraska Sept. 14 at Arkansas Sept. 28 at Boise State Oct. 5 FIU Oct. 19 at East Carolina Oct. 26 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 2 at Marshall Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech Nov. 16 FLORIDA ATLANTIC Nov. 23 MIDDLE TENNESSEE Nov. 30 at UAB Opponent Totals Southern Miss Games played: 12, Avg per rush: 4.8, Avg per catch: 11.9, Pass efficiency: , Kick ret avg: 20.5, Punt ret avg: 13.9, All purpose avg/game: 562.9, Total offense avg/gm: Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Blkd Kicks Xpts Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts Aug. 31 TEXAS STATE Sept. 7 at Nebraska Sept. 14 at Arkansas Sept. 28 at Boise State Oct. 5 FIU Oct. 19 at East Carolina Oct. 26 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 2 at Marshall Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech Nov. 16 FLORIDA ATLANTIC Nov. 23 MIDDLE TENNESSEE Nov. 30 at UAB Opponent totals Southern Miss Punting --- Field Goals Kickoffs Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd No Yds Avg TB OB Aug. 31 TEXAS STATE Sept. 7 at Nebraska Sept. 14 at Arkansas Sept. 28 at Boise State Oct. 5 FIU Oct. 19 at East Carolina Oct. 26 NORTH TEXAS Nov. 2 at Marshall Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech Nov. 16 FLORIDA ATLANTIC Nov. 23 MIDDLE TENNESSEE Nov. 30 at UAB Opponent totals Southern Miss Southern Miss Football

101 2013 Superlatives Individual Game Highs Rushes 20 Kendrick Hardy at UAB (Nov 30) Yards Rushing 106 Kendrick Hardy at UAB (Nov 30) TD Rushes 2 Kendrick Hardy at UAB (Nov 30) Long Rush 35 Tyre Bracken at East Carolina (Oct 19) Pass attempts 53 Allan Bridgford vs Texas State (Aug 31) Pass completions 28 Allan Bridgford vs Texas State (Aug 31) Yards Passing 377 Allan Bridgford vs Texas State (Aug 31) TD Passes 5 Nick Mullens at UAB (Nov 30) Long Pass 81 Nick Mullens at Marshall (Nov 2) Receptions 12 Tyre oune Holmes vs Texas State (Aug 31) Yards Receiving 193 Rickey Bradley vs Texas State (Aug 31) TD Receptions 2 Markese Triplett vs FIU (Oct 5) Long Reception 81 Markese Triplett at Marshall (Nov 2) Field Goals 2 Corey Acosta vs Texas State (Aug 31) Corey Acosta at Nebraska (Sep 7) Corey Acosta at Marshall (Nov 2) Corey Acosta at Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) Corey Acosta at UAB (Nov 30) Long Field Goal 50 Corey Acosta at Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) Punts 8 Tyler Sarrazin vs Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Punting Avg 45.2 Matthew Moseley at Nebraska (Sep 07) Long Punt 62 Matthew Moseley at Arkansas (Sep 14) Punts inside 20 4 Corey Acosta vs FIU (Oct 5) Long Punt Return 43 Marquise Ricard at UAB (Nov 30) Long Kickoff Return 48 Emmanuel Johnson vs FIU (Oct 5) Tackles 16 Alan Howze at Arkansas (Sep 14) Sacks times Tackles For Loss 2.5 Alan Howze vs Texas State (Aug 31) Khyri Thornton vs FIU (Oct 5) Dasman McCullum vs Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Interceptions 1 Kelsey Douglas at Arkansas (Sep 14) Emmanuel Johnson vs FIU (Oct 5) DeBarriaus Miller vs FIU (Oct 5) Terrick Wright vs North Texas (Oct 26) Ed Wilkins vs North Texas (Oct 26) Kalan Reed at UAB (Nov 30) Team Game Highs Rushes 36 at East Carolina (Oct 19) Yards Rushing 121 at East Carolina (Oct 19) Yards Per Rush 3.8 at Arkansas (Sep 14) TD Rushes 3 at UAB (Nov 30) Pass attempts 53 vs Texas State (Aug 31) Pass completions 28 vs Texas State (Aug 31) Yards Passing 377 vs Texas State (Aug 31) Yards Per Pass 9.5 at UAB (Nov 30) TD Passes 5 at UAB (Nov 30) Total Plays 81 at Marshall (Nov 2) Total Offense 472 at UAB (Nov 30) Yards Per Play 6.7 at UAB (Nov 30) Points 62 at UAB (Nov 30) Sacks By 5 at UAB (Nov 30) First Downs 28 at UAB (Nov 30) Penalties 13 at Marshall (Nov 2) Penalty Yards 76 at Marshall (Nov 2) Turnovers 6 vs Texas State (Aug 31) Interceptions By 2 vs FIU (Oct 5) vs North Texas (Oct 26) Punts 8 at Boise State (Sep 28) vs Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Punting Avg 45.2 at Nebraska (Sep 7) Long Punt 62 at Arkansas (Sep 14) Punts inside 20 4 vs FIU (Oct 5) Long Punt Return 43 at UAB (Nov 30) Opponent Individual Game Highs Rushes 29 Silas Spearman, FIU (Oct 5) Yards Rushing 207 Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) TD Rushes 2 Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska (Sep 7) Silas Spearman, FIU (Oct 5) Brandin Byrd, North Texas (Oct 26) Reggie Pegram, North Texas (Oct 26) Jaquez Johnson, Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Damian Fortner, Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Shane Tucker, Middle Tennessee (Nov 23) Long Rush 75 Kevin Grooms, Marshall (Nov 2) Pass attempts 37 Shane Carden, East Carolina (Oct 19) Scotty Young, Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) Pass completions 30 Shane Carden, East Carolina (Oct 19) Yards Passing 308 Shane Carden, East Carolina (Oct 19) TD Passes 5 Rakeem Cato, Marshall (Nov 2) Long Pass 58 Rakeem Cato, Marshall (Nov 2 Receptions 10 Justin Hardy, East Carolina (Oct 19) Tommy Shuler, Marshall (Nov 2) Yards Receiving 127 Brandin Chancellor, North Texas (Oct 26) TD Receptions 2 Tommy Shuler, Marshall (Nov 2) Davonte Allen, Marshall (Nov 2) Jamarcus Nelson, at UAB (Nov 30) Long Reception 58 Devon Smith, Marshall (Nov 2) Field Goals 2 Dan Goodale, Boise State (Sep 28) Warren Harvey, East Carolina (Oct 19) Kyle Fischer, Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) Mitch Anderson, Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Long Field Goal 43 Kyle Fischer, Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) Punts 9 Zach Robinson, Texas State (Aug 31) Punting Avg 46.0 Sam Foltz, Nebraska (Sep 7) Long Punt 60 Zach Robinson, Texas State (Aug 31) Sam Foltz, Nebraska (Sep 7) Punts inside 20 5 Zach Robinson, Texas State (Aug 31) Long Punt Return 66 Justin Hardy, East Carolina (Oct 19) Long Kickoff Return 63 Kenny Bell, Nebraska (Sep 7) Tackles 13 Jarrett Lake, at Arkansas (Sep 14) Sacks 3.0 Chris Smith, at Arkansas (Sep 14) Tackles For Loss 3.0 Chris Smith, at Arkansas (Sep 14) Shaquille Huff, Middle Tennessee (Nov 23) Interceptions 2 David Mayo, Texas State (Aug 31) Ciante Evans, Nebraska (Sep 7) Adairius Barnes, Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) C. Milstead, Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Opponent Team Game Highs Rushes 62 vs North Texas (Oct 26) Yards Rushing 333 vs Florida Atlantic (Nov 16) Yards Per Rush 11.3 at Marshall (Nov 2) TD Rushes 6 vs North Texas (Oct 26) Pass attempts 44 at East Carolina (Oct 19) Pass completions 34 at East Carolina (Oct 19) Yards Passing 354 at East Carolina (Oct 19) Yards Per Pass 11.7 at Boise State (Sep 28) TD Passes 6 at Marshall (Nov 2) Total Plays 89 vs North Texas (Oct 26) Total Offense 636 at Marshall (Nov 2) Yards Per Play 9.9 at Marshall (Nov 2) Points 61 at Marshall (Nov 2) Sacks By 7 vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 23) First Downs 30 4 times Penalties 11 at UAB (Nov 30) Penalty Yards 98 at UAB (Nov 30) Turnovers 5 at UAB (Nov 30) Interceptions By 4 at Nebraska (Sep 7) at Louisiana Tech (Nov 9) Punts 9 vs Texas State (Aug 31) Punting Avg 46.0 at Nebraska (Sep 7) Long Punt 60 vs Texas State (Aug 31) at Nebraska (Sep 7) Punts inside 20 5 vs Texas State (Aug 31) Long Punt Return 66 at East Carolina (Oct 19) 99 southernmiss.com

102 Game 1 Game 2 Texas State 22, Southern Miss 15 Aug. 31, 2013 HATTIESBURG, Miss. Texas State s Tyler Arndt slipped through the Southern Miss defensive line, made a quick move and then ended up strolling into the end zone for the 17-yard, go-ahead touchdown. It was the ending of a fourth-quarter drive that seemingly came out of nowhere as the Bobcats rallied to beat Southern Miss Arndt s optimism was hard to fathom considering how Texas State had let an early 14-3 lead slip away. Southern Miss took a lead with 5:43 remaining on Corey Acosta s 36-yard field goal and Texas State had barely managed 100 yards of total offense at that point in the night. But Arndt and the Bobcats were clutch when it mattered. The senior quarterback led a 75-yard drive - which included a long pass completion on fourth-and-19 - to lead the Bobcats to the win. Texas State took advantage of six Southern Miss turnovers, including four lost fumbles. Southern Miss lost in the debut of coach Todd Monken. Allan Bridgford threw for 377 yards for the Golden Eagles. Texas State didn t have a good night on offense - with only 215 total yards - but the Bobcats were opportunistic. They took a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter when Craig Mager ripped the ball away from Tyre oune Holmes after a short completion and ran untouched 44 yards for a touchdown. Jordan Moore threw a 23-yard touchdown to Robert Lowe with 8:52 left in the second quarter to push Texas State ahead 14-0 with 8:52 remaining in the second quarter. It was Moore s only completion of the game. The Bobcats led 14-3 at halftime despite only 100 total yards of offense. The Golden Eagles pulled within 14-5 on a safety after Texas State lost a snap through the back of the end zone. Then Bridgford his James Cox for a 6-yard touchdown to make it Bridgford completed 28-of-53 passes and threw one touchdown and two interceptions. No. 22 Nebraska 56, Southern Miss 13 Sept. 7, 2013 LINCOLN, Neb. Stanley Jean-Baptiste and Ciante Evans returned first-quarter interceptions for touchdowns and No. 22 Nebraska defeated Southern Miss in a Nebraska limited the Golden Eagles to 284 yards and intercepted four passes, with the first two picks going for early touchdowns. Jean-Baptiste jumped in front of Rickey Bradley Jr. just as Allan Bridgford s pass arrived on the third play of the game and ran it back 43 yards. Evans put the Huskers up 21-3 with the first of his two interceptions, catching a ball tipped by Tyre oune Holmes and going 22 yards to the end zone. Taylor Martinez threw for 170 yards and three touchdowns, Ameer Abdullah ran for 114 yards and two TDs and the Huskers finished with 285 yards rushing. Southern Miss scored on its first series of the second half. Bridgford s 41-yard touchdown pass to Bradley made it After Bradley s touchdown, Kenny Bell ran back the kickoff 63 yards, and Abdullah scored from 37 yards on the next play. Evans intercepted Bridgford on the first play of Southern Miss following possession, and Martinez threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Sam Burtch to make it Bridgford was 21 of 35 for 222 yards. But Bridgford and the Eagles, who turned over the ball six times the previous week, couldn t overcome the four interceptions - the last one thrown by Nick Mullens. Scoring Summary Score Southern Miss Nebraska Scoring Summary Score Texas State Southern Miss st TXST Mager 44 fumble return (Johnson kick), 11:32 2nd TXST Lowe 23 pass from Moore (Johnson kick), 8:52 USM Acosta 41 field goal, 0:17 3rd USM Team safety, 1:36 USM Cox 6 pass from Bridgford (Acosta kick), 0:24 4th USM Acosta 36 field goal, 5:43 TXST Arndt 17 run (Miller pass from Arndt), 2:54 TXST USM First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 34:16 25:44 3rd-Down Conversions 5 of 16 5 of 20 4th-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: TXST - Nutall 10-37; Moore 9-25; Lowe 7-15; Franks 7-13; Arndt 5-10, TD. USM - Hardy 8-27; Bracken 8-22; Hester 2-4; Richard 3-(-3), Bridgford 3-(-26). PASSING: TXST - Arndt yards, Moore yards, TD. USM - Bridgford yards, TD. RECEIVING: TXST - Erickson 3-37; Miller 3-22; Battle 3-19; Lowe 2-22, TD; Smith 2-13; Franks USM - Holmes 12-96; Bradley 7-193; Bracken 4-37; Richard 2-32; Cox 1-6, TD; Sullivan 1-6. TACKLES: TXST - Odiari 6-0-6; Mayo 4-2-6; Matthews USM - Howze 6-3-9; Reda 5-3-8; Thornton st NU Jean-Baptiste 43 INT return (Smith kick), 13:47 USM Acosta 32 field goal, 5:42 NU Enunwa 16 pass from Martinez (Bondi kick), 1:24 NU Evans 22 INT return (Smith kick), 1:17 2nd NU Abdullah 3 run (Smith kick), 7:01 USM Acosta 45 field goal, 3:11 NU Bell 21 pass from Martinez (Smith kick), 0:12 3rd USM Bradley 41 pass from Bridgford (Acosta kick), 11:43 NU Abdullah 37 run (Smith kick), 11:25 NU Burtch 26 pass from Martinez (Smith kick), 10:32 4th NU Cross 1 run (Bondi kick), 14:38 USM NU First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 28:05 31:55 3rd-Down Conversions 4 of 13 7 of 12 4th-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Hardy 10-35; Richard 4-24; Bracken 7-9; Hester 3-5; Team 1-(-2); Bridgford 2-(-9). NU - Abdullah , 2 TD; Newby 8-60; Martinez 6-34; Armstrong 4-23; Frazier 4-21; Cross 4-14, TD; Nabity 2-10; Kellogg 1-9. PASSING: USM - Bridgford yards, TD; Mullens yards. NU - Martinez yards, 3 TDs; Kellogg yards. RECEIVING: USM - Holmes 8-65; Bradley 3-57, TD; Bracken 2-34; Richard 2-14; Revies 2-12; Triplett 1-15; Sims 1-13; Cox 1-7; Sullivan 1-5. NU - Enunwa 5-58, TD; Abdullah 4-16; Bell 3-45, TD; Westerkamp 2-15; Burtch 1-26, TD; Long 1-18; Carter 1-12; Turner 1-9; Newby 1-(-5). TACKLES: USM - Miller ; Howze 2-7-9; Douglas NU - Jackson 4-3-7; Mitchell 2-3-5; McMullen 3-14; Cooper 2-2-4; Santos Southern Miss Football

103 Game 3 Game 4 Arkansas 24, Southern Miss 3 Sept. 14, 2013 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams combined to rush for 231 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Arkansas pulled away in the second half for a 24-3 win over Southern Miss. Reserve quarteback A.J. Derby, who took over as for starter Brandon Allen after leaving the game with a bruised his right shoulder while diving on his 5-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter. Without Allen, Arkansas had just 69 yards passing in the win - more than enough thanks to the continued rushing dominance of Collins and Williams. Williams had 116 yards rushing on 16 carries, while Collins had 115 on 25 attempts for the Razorbacks. The turnovers continued to mount for the Golden Eagles, with quarterback Allan Bridgford throwing a pair of interceptions while Arkansas was struggling to move the ball offensively in Allen s absence. Bridgford finished 17-of-33 passing for 133 yards. Jalen Richard led Southern Miss with 94 yards rushing on 14 carries. With Allen out, Arkansas struggled initially with Derby, who spent last season in junior college after transferring from Iowa. The Razorbacks ran the ball four straight times on Derby s first drive, which ended on a punt after the junior fumbled a shotgun snap on third down. Despite the opening, Southern Miss was unable to capitalize. Williams put Arkansas up 17-3 with a 45-yard touchdown sprint in the third quarter, and Collins capped the scoring with a 7-yard scoring run on his own in the fourth. The Razorbacks finished with 258 yards rushing - more than enough to overpower the struggling Golden Eagles on Saturday. Scoring Summary Score Southern Miss Arkansas st UA Allen 5 run (Hocker kick), 3:52 2nd USM Acosta 27 field goal, 12:01 UA Hocker 42 field goal, 6:05 3rd UA Williams 45 run (Hocker kick), 7:29 4th UA Collins 7 run (Hocker kick), 7:20 USM UA First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 24:37 35:23 3rd-Down Conversions 4 of 15 7 of 15 4th-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Richard 14-94; Hardy 9-29; Bracken 4-18; Bridgford 4-(-22). UA - Williams , TD; Collins , TD; Small 9-21; Derby 1-10; Holmes 1-8; Allen 1-5, TD; Hawkins 1-4, Team 1-(-21). PASSING: USM - Bridgford yards; Moseley yards. UA - Derby yards; Allen yards. RECEIVING: USM - Holmes 4-12; Sullivan 4-12; Ricard 2-35; Cox 2-19; B. Johnson 2-11; Bracken 1-21; Triplett 1-15; Richard 1-8; Bekkers 1-2. UA - Horton 2-25; Herndon 2-22; Small TACKLES: USM - Howze ; Miller ; Wright UA - Lake ; Mitchel 4-3-7; Turner Boise State 60, Southern Miss 7 Sept. 28, 2013 BOISE, Idaho Allan Bridgford was held to only 148 yards in the air by a tight Boise State defense as Southern Miss fell, 60-7 at Bronco Stadium. The Broncos also got help from special teams, which blocked two field goals and forced a fumble on a punt return. The offense for Boise State started slowly, going three-and-out on its first two possessions. But quarterback Joe Southwick, with the help of some big runs by Aaron Baltazar and Jay Ajayi, got things rolling, putting up points on nine of their next 10 possessions. Southwick completed 19 of 23 passes and threw touchdown passes of 42, 18 and 14 yards. The Golden Eagles pulled within 10-7 early in the second quarter when Bridgford fired a 5-yard TD pass to Marquise Ricard all alone in the back of the end zone. The short scoring drive was set up when backup quarterback Grant Hedrick fumbled a snap and Octavius Thomas pounced on a loose ball at the Boise State 8-yard line. With the help of two Southern Miss penalties, Boise State took the ball right back down the field, setting up Southwick s 42-yard TD strike to Boldewijn, putting the Broncos up Bridgford led the Golden Eagles back into Bronco territory on the ensuing possession, but the drive stalled just outside the red zone, forcing a field goal attempt. But Corey Acosta s 38-yard field goal attempt was blocked by Demarcus Lawrence, his second of the game. Cornerback Donte Deayon scooped up the bouncing ball and raced to the Southern Miss 27-yard line. Four plays later, Southwick rolled out and fired a 14-yard touchdown pass to Shane Williams-Rhodes to put the Broncos up 24-7 with 3:52 left in the half and the rout was on. Scoring Summary Score Southern Miss Boise State st BSU Williams-Rhodes 10 run (Goodale kick), 4:53 2nd BSU Goodale 33 field goal, 14:21 USM Ricard 5 pass from Bridgford (Acosta kick), 12:25 BSU Boldewijn 42 pass from Southwick (Goodale kick), 10:10 BSU Williams-Rhodes 14 pass from Southwick (Goodale kick), 3:52 BSU Ajayi 4 run (Goodale kick failed), 1:09 3rd BSU Miller 18 pass from Southwick (Goodale kick), 10:10 BSU Goodale 26 field goal, 5:50 BSU Hedrick 2 run (Goodale kick), 3:11 4th BSU Fields 6 run (Goodale kick), 12:45 BSU Bertoli 7 run (Goodale kick blocked), 3:22 USM BSU First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards 1-(-3) Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 28:42 31:18 3rd-Down Conversions 2 of of 16 4th-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Hardy 10-80; Richard 12-32; Holmet 1-10; Hester 3-9; Bridgford 1-(-6); Mullens 3-(-22). BSU - Ajayi 14-83, TD; Fields 12-46, TD; Baltazar 4-36; Hedrick 5-29, TD; Bertoli 4-24; TD; Williams- Rhodes 2-21, TD; Team 1-(-2); Southwick 3-(-18) PASSING: USM - Bridgford yards, 1 TD; Mullens yards. BSU - Southwecik yards, 3 TDs; Hedrick yards; Patti yards. RECEIVING: USM - Triplett 4-54; Cox 3-32; Ricard 3-18, TD; Holmes 3-17; Richard 3-15; Sullivan 2-14; Revies 2-10; Bradley 1-3. BSU - Williams-Rhodes 9-59, TD; Miller 5-107, TD; Boldewin 3-104, TD; Ware 2-19; Hardee 1-17; Baltazar 1-10; Sperbeck 1-3; Thomas 1-(-3). TACKLES: USM - E. Johnson 5-2-7; Wright BSU - Weaver 4-3-7; Lee 3-4-7; Nance southernmiss.com

104 Game 5 FIU 24, Southern Miss 23 Oct. 5, 2013 HATTIESBURG, Miss. Corey Acosta s 44-yard field-goal attempt as time expired was tipped at the line, falling far short, as Southern Miss fell just short of a loss to visiting FIU before 21,891 at Roberts Stadium. Spearman, scored on runs of 3 and 1 yards in the second quarter, and backup quarterback E.J. Hillard hit T.J. Lowder with a 16-yard scoring pass just 57 seconds before half as FIU held a edge at the break. Southern Miss quarterback Allan Bridgford completed 26 of 45 passes for 243 yards and three touchdowns. But he also threw two interceptions and lost a fumble when sacked near the end of the first half that led to an FIU touchdown. Two of Bridgford s scoring passes went to Markese Triplett, who had seven catches for 96 yards. FIU starting quarterback Jake Medlock, who completed 5 of10 passes for 88 yards, was intercepted twice before being lifted late in the first half. Hilliard completed 8 of 13 passes for 93 yards and a touchdown, that gave the Golden Panthers a halftime lead. USM went back ahead on Bridgford s 6-yard pass to Triplett with 6:45 left in the third quarter. But Taylor came through in the final period, capping a nine-play, 52-yard drive that saw the Golden Panthers convert a fourth-and-2 from the USM 34-yard line. Taylor, who had missed from 48 yards in the third quarter, missed a 45-yard attempt with a minute left to play. That led to a frantic, downfield charge by USM that saw Bridgford complete two passes to Triplett for 25 yards, including one on a fourth-and-10. A pass interference call on FIU s Sam Miller moved the ball to the FIU 27, but USM could not execute on its final chance. Scoring Summary Score FIU Southern Miss st USM Triplett 13 pass from Bridgford (Acosta kick), 9:23 2nd FIU Spearman 3 run (Taylor kick), 13:33 USM Richard 39 pass from Bridgford (Acosta kick), 11:39 FIU Spearman 1 run (Taylor kick), 5:31 USM Team Safety, 2:14 FIU Lowder 16 pass from Hilliard (Taylor kick), 0:57 3rd USM Triplett 6 pass from Bridgford (Acosta kick), 8:45 4th FIU Taylor 27 field goal, 6:53 FIU USM First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 35:58 24:02 3rd-Down Conversions 2 of 14 6 of 15 4th-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: FIU - Spearman , 2 TD; Caldwell 12-32; Coleman 2-14; Jasper 1-5; Medlock 1-(-1), Hilliard 1-(-13). USM - Richard 11-47; Hardy 10-31; Holmes 2-2; Bridgford 1-(-9). PASSING: FIU - Hilliard yards, TD; Moore yards. USM - Bridgford yards, 3 TD. RECEIVING: FIU - Smith 4-43; Griner 2-45; Lowder 2-31, TD; Vann 1-24; White 1-15; Caldwell 1-15; Oyegunle 1-4; Porter 1-4. USM - Triplett 7-96, 2 TD; Holmes 5-34; Richard 4-44, TD; Bradley 3-24; Sullivan 2-26; Ricard 2-11; Hardy 2-3; Bracken 1-4. TACKLES: FIU - Miller 6-3-9; Perkins 7-1-8; Russell USM - Wrigth ; Miller 5-3-8; Johnson 6-1-7; Perry 4-3-7; Thornton Game 6 East Carolina 55, Southern Miss 14 Oct. 19, 2013 GREENVILLE, N.C. (SportsNetwork) Paced by Shane Carden s four touchdowns, East Carolina Pirates defeated Southern Miss, 55-14, in a Conference USA matchup at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. Carden was 30-of-37 through the air for 308 yards with three passing touchdowns and one rushing score for the Pirates. For Southern Miss, Nick Mullens had 97 yards, two touchdowns and an interception on 9-of-17 passing. He replaced an ineffective Allan Bridgford, who was just 2-of-11 for 15 yards. ECU came out strong by scoring on the opening possession, capping off a 12- play, 73-yard drive with one-yard touchdown pass from Carden to Hardy. Carden threw another first-quarter touchdown, this time an 11-yard strike to Isaiah Jones. Cooper had a 21-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter, which was shortly followed up by a one-yard scoring rush by Carden. Warren Harvey connected on a 27-yard field goal with 1:48 before the half to give the Pirates a 31-0 lead heading into intermission. ECU continued its dominance early in the second half, as Carden hooked up with Bryce Williams for a five-yard touchdown. The Pirates added two more rushing scores in the third quarter, a one-yard run by Breon Allen and a four-yard scamper by Chris Hairston. Harvey added an 18-yard field goal at the end of the frame to make it The Golden Eagles finally scored with 11:38 left in the game, as Mullens connected on a 15-yard touchdown pass to Marquise Ricard. They added another garbage-time score when Mullens hit Bruce Johnson on an eight-yard touchdown pass. Scoring Summary Score Southern Miss East Carolina st ECU Hardy 1 pass from Carden (Harvey kick),10:40 ECU Jones 11 pass from Carden (Harvey kick), 4:07 2nd ECU Cooper 21 run (Harvey kick), 11:02 ECU Carden 1 run (Harvey kick), 5:29 ECU Harvey 27 field goal, 1:48 3rd ECU Williams 5 pass from Carden (Harvey kick), 11:40 ECU Allen 1 run (Harvey kick), 8:12 ECU Hairston 4 run (Harvey kick), 5:15 ECU Harvey 18 field goal, 1:34 4th USM Ricard 15 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 11:38 USM B. Johnson 8 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 2:18 USM ECO First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 24:26 35:34 3rd-Down Conversions 4 of of 17 4th-Down Conversions 2 of 3 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Bracken 7-44; Payne 11-36; Richard 11-36; Mullens 5-14; Bridgford 2-(-9). ECU - Cooper 14-54, TD; Alen 10-44, TD; Hairston 6-32, TD; Barnes 1-12; Carden 7-1, TD; Booth 1-0; Barnes- Smith 2-(-2); Team 1-(-9); Keith 2-(-10). PASSING: USM Mullens yards, 2 TDs; Bridgford yards. ECU - Carden yards, 3 TDs; Keith yards; Team yards. RECEIVING: USM - Cox 3-37; Sims 2-30; Richard 2-7; Ricard 1-15, TD; Triplett 1-13; B. Johnson 1-8, TD; Payne 1-2. ECU - Hardy , TD; Jones 6-43, TD; Williams 4-27, TD; Barnes 3-47; Worthy 3-38; Ray 3-29; Cooper 2-19; Thompson 1-10; Wiggins 1-3; Weymann 1-2. TACKLES: USM - Wright ; Miller ; Douglas ECU - Williams 1-6-7; Dobson 2-4-6; D. Johnson Southern Miss Football

105 Game 7 Game 8 North Texas 55, Southern Miss 14 Oct. 26, 2013 HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) North Texas came into the game at Southern Miss ranked second nationally among Football Bowl Subdivision teams with 20 takeaways. The Mean Green likely will stay among the leaders after collecting five turnovers, as North Texas simply overpowered the Golden Eagles in the first half on its way to a win at Roberts Stadium. Derek Thompson threw for 300 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another in the first half as the Mean Green ran out to a 41-7 lead. Running backs Antoinne Jimmerson, Brandin Byrd and Reggie Pegram each scored twice for North Texas. In his first career start, Southern Miss freshman quarterback Nick Mullens completed 12 of 31 passes for 210 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions. He also lost two fumbles after being sacked. North Texas went up 13-0 in the first quarter on a 46-pass from Thompson to Brelan Chancellor and a 2-yard run by Pegram. Southern Miss got within 13-7 on Mullens 59-yard scoring pass to Dominique Sullivan early in the second quarter. But the Mean Green answered immediately, scoring 28 consecutive points. The first TD came after going 61 yards in just five plays, with Byrd punching it in from 1-yard out for a 20-7 lead. Thompson found Jimmerson for a 15-yard touchdown, and then scored on 6-yard run on the next drive. Following a Mullens interception, Jimmerson scored on a 6-yard run with 37 seconds left in the half to make it A North Texas fumble inside its 5-yard line set up a 2-yard touchdown run by freshman running back George Payne to open the third quarter for Southern Miss. But Pegram and Byrd each added short touchdown runs later in the half as North Texas posted its season-high for points. Pegram led North Texas with 74 yards on 19 carries, while Byrd added 61 yards on 20 carries. Scoring Summary Score North Texas Southern Miss st NT Chancellor 46 pass from Thompson (Paul kick), 8:15 NT Pegram 2 run (kick failed), 0:19 2nd USM Sullivan 59 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 10:57 NT Byrd 1 run (Paul kick), 9:13 NT Jimmerson 15 pass from Thompson (Paul kick), 4:23 NT Thompson 3 run (Paul kick), 1:38 NT Jimmerson 6 run (Paul kick), 0:37 3rd USM Payne 2 run (Acosta kick), 13:55 NT Pegram 1 run (Paul kick), 3:36 4th NT Byrd 8 run (Paul kick), 14:14 NT USM First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 41:51 18:09 3rd-Down Conversions 11 of 17 2 of 11 4th-Down Conversions 2 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: NT - Pegram 19-74, 2 TDs; Byrd 20-61, 2 TDs; Jimmerson 7-30, TD; Lewis 7-30; Rollins 5-27; Thompson 2-5; McNulty 1-3; Team 1-(-1). USM - Payne 9-44, TD; Richard 4-1; Bracken 2-0; Mullens 6-(-6). PASSING: NT - Thompson yards, 2 TDs. USM - Mullens yards, TD. RECEIVING: NT - Harris 7-87; Chancellor 4-127, TD; Miller 3-43; Kidsy 2-20; Jimmerson 1-15, TD; Smith 1-8. USM - Ricard 3-33; Sullivan 2-97, TD; Triplett 2-30; Holmes 2-23; Richard 2-14; Sims TACKLES: NT - Trice 5-1-6; Scott 3-2-5; Jones USM - Reda ; Miller 2-7-9; Wilkins Marshall 61, Southern Miss 13 Nov. 2, 2013 HUNTINGTON, W.Va. Nick Mullens threw for 323 yards, but the Marshall offense was too much for the Golden Eagles, as they fell, 61-13, against the Thundering Herd. Marshall quarterback Rakeem Cato s four scoring throws in the first quarter helped Marshall open up a 28-0 lead heading into the second. Mullens connected with Markese Triplett for an 81-yard touchdown pass about midway through the second quarter and Corey Acosta s 39-yard field goal with 3:30 left in the half cut the Southern Miss deficit to The 81-yard scoring pass was the third pass play of at least that length for a score in five games for the Golden Eagles as Stephen Reaves hit Torris Magee for 85 yards there in 2007 and Austin Davis connected with Francisco Llanos for 90 yards in Triplett finished the day with four catches for 123 yards, marking the second time during the year the Eagles had a 100-yard receiver and the first for the junior receiver in his career. Cato, however, led Marshall on a 13-play, 70-yard drive culminating with a 9-yard touchdown pass to Tommy Shuler, his second receiving touchdown of the afternoon, just 2 minutes and three seconds later and the rout was on. Cato completed 21 of 28 passes for 262 yards. Scoring Summary Score Southern Miss Marshall st MU Haskins 27 pass from Cato (Haig kick), 13:41 MU Wilkins 15 pass from Cato (Haig kick), 10:22 MU Allen 23 pass from Cato (Haig kick), 4:00 MU Shuler 1 pass from Cato (Haig kick), 0:19 2nd USM Triplett 81 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 7:05 USM Acosta 39 field goal, 3:30 MU Suler 9 pass from Cato (Haig kick), 0:27 3rd MU Taliaferro 18 run (Haig kick), 12:05 MU Grooms 75 run (Haig kick failed), 5:57 USM Acosta 33 field goal, 2:10 4th MU Allen 40 pass from Frohnapfel (Haig kick), 11:48 MU Butler 59 run (Haig kick blocked), 8:46 USM MU First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 37:24 22:36 3rd-Down Conversions 7 of 19 4 of 9 4th-Down Conversions 1 of 2 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Payne 13-45; Bracken 5-23; Hardy 4-14; Richard 5-10; Holmes 1-(-9); Mullens 5-(-10). MU - Grooms 8-109, TD; Taliaferro 8-108, TD; Butler 3-60, TD; Watson 5-30; Cato 3-(-3). PASSING: USM - Mullens yards, TD. MU - Cato yards, 5 TDs; Frohnapfel yards, TD. RECEIVING: USM - Holmes 8-49; Triplett 4-123, TD; Bracken 4-30; Richard 3-45; Briggs 2-30; Bradley 2-24; Sullivan MU - Shuler 10-76, 2 TDs; Johnson 4-39; Allen 3-83, 2 TDs; Reaves 3-9; Smith 2-64; Hoskins 2-35, TD; Watson 2-1; Wilkins 1-15, TD; King TACKLES: USM - Wright 6-3-9; Douglas 6-1-7; Reed MU - Houston ; Roberts 3-4-7; Lang 4-2-6; Holmes 4-2-6; Tindal southernmiss.com

106 Game 9 Louisiana Tech 36, Southern Miss 13 Nov. 9, 2013 RUSTON, La. Kenneth Dixon ran for 207 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries to lead Louisiana Tech to a victory over Southern Miss Saturday night. Louisiana Tech (4-5, 3-2 Conference USA) set the tone with an early safety. Backup Scotty Young found Trent Taylor for a 13-yard score on the ensuing drive to give the Bulldogs a 9-0 lead. Young finished with 158 yards passing and two touchdowns. Corey Acosta kicked 26-yard field goal to get Southern Miss (0-9, 0-5) on the board. Following a Louisiana Tech touchdown, Acosta drilled a 50-yarder to cut the lead to Louisiana Tech s defense owned the second half, shutting out Southern Miss. The defense forced four turnovers in addition to the early safety. Nick Mullens finished 25 of 51 for 298 yards with three interceptions in his third career start for Southern Miss. The loss extended the Golden Eagles losing streak to 21 games. Scoring Summary: Score Southern Miss Louisiana Tech st LT Brooks records safety, 11:48 LT Taylor 13 pass from Young (Fischer kick), 7:11 2nd USM Acosta 22 field goal, 11:37 LT Griffin 3 pass from Young (Fischer kick), 0:27 USM Acosta 50 field goal, 0:00 3rd LT Fischer 38 field goal, 11:04 LT Fischer 43 field goal, 2:13 4th LT Lee 8 run (Fischer kick), 9:26 LT Dixon 1 run (Fischer kick), 6:55 USM Sloter 8 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 0:56 USM LT First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 26:44 33:16 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 15 9 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Payne 7-26; Richard 7-15; Bracken 4-14; Hardy 2-9; Mullens 1-(-5). LT - Dixon , TD; Martin 12-41; Harris 4-25; Seets 5-21; Banks 1-9; Lee 1-8, TD. PASSING: USM - Mullens yards, TD; Holmes yards. LT - Young yards, 2 TDs. RECEIVING: USM - Bracken 7-81; Ricard 5-74; Sullivan 3-48; Sloter 3-20, TD; Briggs 2-38; Holmes 2-20; Richard 2-12, Payne 1-5. LT - Taylor 6-51, TD; Banks 4-19; Greenwalt 3-25; Dixon 3-(-3); Casey 2-17; Griffin 2-6, TD; Declouette 1-26; Martin TACKLES: USM - Douglas ; Wright ; Perry LT - Cobb 4-3-7; Ellis 3-4-7; McDonald Game 10 Florida Atlantic 41, Southern Miss 7 Nov. 16, 2013 HATTIESBURG, MISS. Jaquez Johnson and Jay Warren both rushed for more than 100 yards as Florida Atlantic piled up 333 yards on the ground Saturday morning to roll over Southern Miss 41-7 at Roberts Stadium. Johnson, the Owls dual-threat quarterback, rushed for 111 yards and two touchdowns, while Warren tacked on 105 yards on 18 carries. Damian Fortner added 94 yards and two touchdowns on just 10 carries. FAU (4-6, 3-4 Conference USA) attempted just 12 passes while averaging 5.6 yards per carry. The Owls turned three Southern Miss (0-10, 0-6) turnovers into 13, firsthalf points, including a 61-yard interception return for a score by safety Christian Milstead that gave FAU a 27-0 halftime lead. Nick Mullens rushed for a 4-yard TD to give Southern Miss their only score. The Golden Eagles have lost 22 consecutive games, the nation s longest losing streak in the Football Bowl Subdivision. Scoring Summary: Score Florida Atlantic Southern Miss st FAU Fortner 1 run (Anderson kick), 9:11 2nd FAU Anderson 40 field goal, 14:01 FAU Anderson 33 field goal, 10:05 FAU Johnson 5 run (Anderson kick), 5:06 FAU Milstead 61 INT return (Anderson kick), 0:52 3rd FAU Johnson 1 run (Anderson kick), 9:54 FAU Fortner 4 run (Anderson kick), 4:15 4th USM Mullens 4 run (Acosta kick), 10:57 FAU USM First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 34:19 25:41 3rd-Down Conversions 3 of 14 4 of 13 4th-Down Conversions 3 of 4 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: FAU - Johnson , 2 TDs; Warren ; Fortner 13-98, 2 TDs; Moore 4-22; Hankerson 2-8; Gaskins 2-(-5); Kelly 1-(-7). USM - Hardy 9-33; Payne 3-21; Bracken 3-3; Richard 3-(-1); Mullens 6-(-19), TD. PASSING: FAU - Johnson yards; Hankerson (-2) yards. USM - Mullens yards. RECEIVING: FAU - Howard 2-22; McKinney 2-3; Dukes 1-12; Whitehead 1-(-2). USM - Triplett 3-43; Revies 2-33; Ricard 2-31; Sullivan 2-23; Cox 1-18; Sloter 1-11; Bracken TACKLES: FAU - Parms 4-1-5; McKnight 3-1-4; Glanton 3-1-4; USM - Douglas ; Miller 6-2-8; Reed 6-1-7; Wright Southern Miss Football

107 Game 11 Game 12 Middle Tennessee 42, Southern Miss 21 Nov. 23, 2013 HATTIESBURG, Miss. Middle Tennessee returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the first half as the Blue Raiders posted a victory over Southern Miss. Linebacker T.T. Barber gave MT a 7-0 lead with a 24-yard interception return with 6:56 left in the first quarter. Then, after tying the game for Southern Miss with an 11-yard scoring strike to Dominique Sullivan, Nick Mullens sailed a pass that MTSU safety Kevin Byard intercepted and returned 51 yards to put the Blue Raiders on top for good. Southern Miss moved the ball effectively in the first quarter, outgaining MT 147 yards to 37 yards total offense. But an opening drive came up barren when Corey Acosta s 29-yard field goal attempt clanked off the top of the left upright, and Mullens miscues shifted momentum to the visitors sideline. After a slow start, MTSU s offense got in gear in the second quarter, with running back Shane Tucker scoring on a 3-yard run and quarterback Logan Kilgore finding receiver Tavarres Jefferson for a 16-yard touchdown for a 28-7 halftime lead. Southern Miss got within late in the third quarter on Mullens 14-yard pass to running back Kendrick Hardy, but Tucker scored his second touchdown of the game on a 4-yard run and Corey Carmichael added a 32-yard touchdown run to rebuild MTSU s cushion. Mullens threw a career-high third TD pass, a 13-yarder to receiver Tyre oune Holmes, to wrap up the scoring with 2:33 to play Scoring Summary Score Middle Tennessee Southern Miss st MT - Barber 24 INT return (Clark kick), 6:56 USM - Sullivan 11 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 1:18 2nd MT - Byard 51 yard INT return (Clark kick), 13:33 MT - Tucker 3 run (Clark kick), 2:53 MT - Jefferson 16 pass from Kilgore (Clark kick) 0:28 3rd USM - Hardy 14 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 1:27 4th MT - Tucker 4 run (Clark kick), 9:12 MT - Carmichael 32 run (Clark kick), 6:36 USM - Holmes 13 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 2:33 MT USM First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 26:20 33:40 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 13 4 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: MT - Tucker , 2 TDs; Bryson 14-80; Carmichael 3-27, TD; Kilgore 3-20; Parker 2-3; Calhoun 3-2; Griswould 1-1. USM - Richard 11-69; Hardy 11-53; Bracken 2-5; Mullens 8-(-45). PASSING: MT - Kilgore yards, TD. USM - Mullens yards, 3 TDs. RECEIVING: MT - Henry 4-53; Jefferson 2-36, TD; Corbaley 2-26; Clarke 1-42; Collis1-10; Griswould 1-5. USM - Triplett 6-101; Sullivan 4-56, TD; Bracken 4-21; Holmes 3-38, TD; Ricard 3-20; Bradley 3-11; Hardy 2-30, TD; Cox 1-10; Richard 1-2. TACKLES: MT - Byard 5-3-8; Robertson 5-1-6; Gilstrap USM - Bradley ; E. Johnson 5-1-6; Wright 4-1-5; Reda 3-2-5; Douglas Southern Miss 62, UAB 27 Nov. 30, 2013 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Nick Mullens threw a career-high five touchdown passes and rushed for another as Southern Miss secured its first victory of the season, 62-27, over UAB at Legion Field. The Golden Eagles trailed by eight points at the start of the third quarter. Mullens led a 28-0 rally with three touchdown passes and a 1-yard touchdown rush to put Southern Miss ahead by 20 points at the start of the fourth. He threw for 370 yards on 24-of-39 passing. The Golden Eagles scored on its first five possessions of the second half and seven of eight possessions over the final 30 minutes to pull away. Two of the Southern Miss touchdowns came after Blazer fumbles. After scoring on a two-play drive with a 43-pass from Mullens to Dominique Sullivan following UAB s first possession of the half that ended in a punt, the Blazers then fumbled on the fourth play of their second drive. It took Southern Miss just two more plays to take the lead for good as Mullens hit James Cox for a 21-yard TD pass with 10 minutes to play in the third quarter. UAB then fumbled the ensuing kickoff, and Southern Miss punched in a six-play, 24-yard drive on a Mullens 1-yard run. Jonathan Perry threw two touchdown passes to Jamarcus Nelson for the Blazers, who finished with a game-high 117 yards receiving for UAB. Scoring Summary Score Southern Miss UAB st USM - Holmes 3 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 11:22 UAB - Reaves 3 run (Long kick), 7:54 UAB - Nelson 48 pass (Long kick) 0:23 2nd USM - Acosta 30 field goal, 12:03 USM - Acosta 25 field goal, 8:10 UAB - Powell 23 run (Long kick), 4:25 3rd USM - Sullivan 43 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 11:38 USM - Cox 21 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 10:00 USM - Mullens 1 run (Acosta kick), 8:13 USM - Ricard 37 pass from Mullens (Acosta kick), 3:04 4th USM - Hardy 3 run (Acosta kick), 12:00 UAB - Nelson 21 pass from Perry (Perry pass failed), 9:41 USM - Triplett 19 pass from Mullens, 7:09 USM - Hardy 3 run (Acosta kick), 0:10 USM UAB First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 30:11 29:49 3rd-Down Conversions 4 of 12 4 of 10 4th-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Individual Statistics RUSHING: USM - Hardy , 2 TDs; Bracken 5-6; Mullens 6-(-10), TD. UAB - Reaves15-69, TD; Perry 13-39; Powell 1-23, TD; Howard PASSING: USM - Mullens yards, 5 TDs. UAB - Perry yards, 2 TDs. RECEIVING: USM - Bracken 7-63; Holmes 6-56, TD; Triplett 4-68, TD; Cox 2-68, TD; Hardy 2-31; Sullivan 1-43, TD; Ricard 1-37, TD; Sloter 1-4. UAB - Nelson 5-117, 2 TDs; Reaves 4-28; Powell 2-47; Howard 1-40; Backman 1-18; Staples 1-15; Hrabowskie 1-9; Jones 1-8; Height 1-8; Autrey 1-(-4). TAKLES: USM - Miller 3-4-7; Reda 6-0-6; Johnson UAB - Farmer 6-1-7; Petty 6-1-6; Ganus 5-0-5; White southernmiss.com

108 Individual Records Total Offense Most Plays Game: 71 by Austin Davis at Rice, 2008 Season: 609 by Austin Davis, 2008 Career: 1,987 by Austin Davis, Most Yards Gained Game: 446 by Austin Davis vs. Rice, 2008 Season: 3,848 by Austin Davis, 2011 Career: 12,267 by Austin Davis, Most Touchdowns Responsible For Game: 6 by Nick Mullens at UAB, 2013; Austin Davis vs Houston, 2010; UAB, 2008; Dustin Almond vs. UCF, 2005 Season: 34 by Austin Davis, 2011 Career: 109 by Austin Davis, Rushing Most Yards Gained Touchdown Run: 87 by Bo Dickinson vs. Dayton, 1956; by Bubba Phillips vs. Northwestern (La.) State, 1947 Non-Scoring Play: 82 by Lindy Stewart at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1951 Game: 304 by Sam Dejarnette vs. Florida State, 1982 Season: 1,586 by Damion Fletcher, 2007 Career: 5,302 by Damion Fletcher, Most Attempts Game: 43 by Sam Dejarnette vs. Florida State, 1982 Season: 311 by Sam Dejarnette, 1982 Career: 1,009 by Damion Fletcher, Highest Average Per Carry Game (10 att.): 13.0 by Willie Coats vs. Virginia Tech, 1958 Season (75 att.): 10.5 by Bubba Phillips, 1948 Career (200 att.): 8.23 by Hugh Laurin Pepper, Most Touchdowns Game: 5 by Austin Davis vs. UAB, 2008 Season: 20 by Sammy Winder, 1980 Career: 44 by Damion Fletcher, Most 100-yard Games Consecutive: 7 by Sam Dejarnette from Oct. 9, Sept. 3, 1983 Season: 9 by Damion Fletcher, 2007 Career: 25 by Damion Fletcher, Passing Most Yards Gained Play: 97 by Austin Davis to DeAndre Brown vs. East Carolina, 2008 Game: 461 by Austin Davis vs. Rice, 2008 Season: 3,496 by Austin Davis, 2011 Career: 10,892 by Austin Davis, Damion Fletcher Most Completions Consecutive: 13 by Lee Roberts at East Carolina, 1996 Game: 33 by Austin Davis at Auburn, 2008 Season: 278 by Austin Davis, 2010 Career: 933 by Austin Davis, Most Attempts Game: 61 by Austin Davis vs. UAB, 2008 Season: 475 by Austin Davis, 2011 Career: 1,527 by Austin Davis, Most Touchdowns Game: 5 by Nick Mullens at UAB, 2013; Dustin Almond vs. UCF, 2005; by Lee Roberts vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 Season: 30 by Austin Davis, 2011 Career: 83 by Austin Davis, Highest Completion Percentage Game (10 att.):.913 (21-23) by Austin Davis at Navy, 2011 Season (100 att.):.692 ( ) by Austin Davis, 2009 Career (400 att.):.611 ( ) by Austin Davis, Passing Efficiency Season (110 att.): by Lee Roberts, 1996 Career (200 att.): by Martevious Young, Lowest Interception Percentage Season (100 att.):.0128 (2-156) by Austin Davis, 2009 Career (200 att.):.0177 (27-1,527) by Austin Davis, Most Interceptions Thrown Game: 4 by 13 players; most recently by Stephen Reaves vs. Rice, 2007 Season: 18 by Heath Graham, Southern Miss Football

109 Individual Records Career: 41 by Rick Donegan, Receiving Most Yards Gained Game: 260 by Kendrick Lee at Houston, 1996 Season: 1,186 by Sherrod Gideon, 1998 Career: 3,214 by Sherrod Gideon, Most Receptions Game: 13 by Sherrod Gideon at Penn State, 1998 Season: 67 by DeAndre Brown, 2008 Career: 193 by Sherrod Gideon, Most Touchdown Receptions Game: 4 by DeAndre Brown at Rice, 2008 Season: 13 by Sherrod Gideon, 1998 Career: 23 by Sherrod Gideon, Punting Most Yardage Single Punt: 93 by Ray Guy at Ole Miss, 1972 Game: 524 by Dickie Dunaway at Ole Miss, 1966 Season: 3,344 by Mark Haulman, 2002 Career: 10,307 by Billy Knighten, Most Punts Game: 13 by Dickie Dunaway at Ole Miss, 1966 Season: 82 by Mike Wright, 1977 Career: 253 by Billy Knighten, Highest Average Game (5 att.): by Ray Guy at Ole Miss, 1972 Season (30 att.): 46.2 by Ray Guy, 1972 Career (75 att.): 44.7 by Ray Guy, Punt Returns Most Return Yardage Single Return: 95 by Bobby Holmes at Alabama, 1949 Game: 177 by Bobby Holmes at Alabama, 1949 Season: 556 by James Henry, 1987 Career: 1,280 by Andrew Mott, Most Returns Game: 7 by seven players; most recently by Andrew Mott at Alabama, 1985 Season: 44 by Andrew Mott, 1985 Career: 117 by Andrew Mott, Most Touchdown Returns Game: 2 by James Henry vs. East Carolina, 1987; by Bobby Holmes at Alabama, 1949 Season: 4 by James Henry, 1987 Career: 6 by James Henry, ** James Henry had four punt returns for touchdowns in three-consecutive games (Jackson State, Northeast Louisiana, and East Carolina) He also had two punt returns for touchdowns in the 1988 Independence Bowl vs. UTEP (not counted toward NCAA totals). Highest Average Season (min. 1.2 att. per game): 15.0 (20-300) by Arnold Thomas, 1969 Career (min. 1.2 att. per game): 15.4 (27-416) by Kendrick Lee, Kickoff Returns Most Return Yardage Single Return: 103 by Bubba Phillips vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1948 Game: 211 by Tracy Lampley at Marshall, 2009 Season: 961 by Freddie Parham, 2009 Career: 2,321 by John Eubanks, Most Returns Game: 8 by Chuck Clancy at Brigham Young, 1976 Season: 38 by Freddie Parham, 2009; Tory Harrison, 2007 Career: 88 by John Eubanks, Most Touchdown Returns Game: 1 by 12 players, most recently by Tracy Lampley at Nebraska, 2012 Season: 2 by Eric Booth, 1997; by Tony Smith, 1989; by Hugh Laurin Pepper, 1952; by Bubba Phillips, 1948 Career: 2 by Tracy Lampley, ; John Eubanks, ; by Eric Booth, ; by Tony Smith, ; by Hugh Laurin Pepper, ; by Bubba Phillips, Highest Average Season (min. 1.2 att. per game): 34.8 (22-764) by Eric Booth, 1997 Career (min 1.2 att. per game): 32.4 ( ) by Eric Booth, All-Purpose Yardage Most All-Purpose Yardage Game: 335 by Sam Dejarnette vs. Florida St., 1982 Season: 1,982 by Sam Dejarnette, 1982 Career: 6,253 by Damion Fletcher, All-Purpose Attempts Game: 45 by Derrick Nix at East Carolina, 1999 Season: 330 by Sam Dejarnette, 1982 Career: 1,120 by Damion Fletcher, All-Purpose Yards Per Play Game: (min 16) Todd Pinkston at Nevada, 1998 Season: (min 75) Bubba Phillips, 1948 Career: (min 175) Sherrod Gideon, Scoring Most Points Game: 30 by Austin Davis vs. UAB, 2008 Season: 133 by Danny Hrapmann, 2010 Career: 345 by Darren McCaleb, Most Touchdowns Game: 5 by Austin Davis vs. UAB, 2008 Season: 20 by Sammy Winder, 1980 Career: 46 by Damion Fletcher, southernmiss.com

110 Individual Records Most Extra Points Made Game: 10 by Britt Barefoot vs. UAB, 2008; Ricky Palmer vs. Cal State-Fullerton, 1975 Season: 61 by Danny Hrapmann, 2011 Career: 138 by Darren McCaleb, Most Extra Point Attempts Game: 11 by Webb Farrish vs. Northwestern St., 1951 Season: 62 by Danny Hrapmann, 2011 Career: 144 by Darren McCaleb, Highest Percentage of Extra Points Made Season (25 att.): (55-55) by Danny Hrapmann, 2010; (42-42) by Darren McCaleb, 2006; (32-32) by Brant Hanna, 2000; (29-29) by Curt Jones, 2002 Career (50 att.): (69-69) by Rex Banks, Consecutive Extra Points Made Game: 10 by Britt Barefoot vs. UAB, 2008; Ricky Palmer vs. Cal State-Fullerton, 1975 Season: 55 by Danny Hrapmann, 2010 Career: 69 by Rex Banks, Most Points Kicking Game: 19 by Danny Hrapmann vs. East Carolina, 2010 Season: 133 by Danny Hrapmann, 2010 Career: 345 by Darren McCaleb, Field Goals Most Made Game: 5 by Danny Hrapmann vs UCF, 2011; East Carolina, 2010 Season: 26 by Danny Hrapmann, 2010 Career: 69 by Darren McCaleb, Most Attempts Game: 6 by Ray Guy at Utah State, 1972; by John Laird at Tenn.-Chattanooga, 1963 Season: 31 by Danny Hrapmann, 2010 Career: 88 by Darren McCaleb, Highest Percentage Made Season (15 att.):.842 by Darren McCaleb, 2004 Career (30 att.):.789 by Danny Hrapmann, Longest Distance Game: 61 by Ray Guy vs. Utah State, 1972 Defense Total Tackles Game: 26 by T.J. Slaughter at Texas A&M, 1999 Season: 185 by Mike Dennery, 1972 Career: 526 by Rod Davis, Unassisted Tackles Game: 20 by Mike Dennery vs. Memphis, 1972 Season: 122 by Rod Davis, 2002 Career: 360 by Rod Davis, Assisted Tackles Game: 19 by William Kirksey vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1989; by Thad McDowell vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1989 Season: 77 by Korey Williams, 2009 Career: 217 by Clump Taylor, Quarterback Sacks Game: 4 by Cedric Scott at Houston, 2000; by Chris Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1983 Season: 12.5 by Adalius Thomas, 1998 Career: 34.5 by Adalius Thomas, Tackles For Loss Game: 7 (28 yards) by Roy Magee at Houston, 2000; (18 yards) by T.J. Slaughter at Texas A&M, 1999 Season: 23.5 (95 yards) by Rod Davis, 2002 Career: 60.5 (237 yards) by Rod Davis, Most Forced Fumbles Game: 2 by 10 players; most recently by Jamie Collins vs. UAB, 2012 Season: 5 by Michael Boley, 2004; by Rod Davis, 2003 Career: 14 by Cordarro Law, Most Fumbles Recovered Game: 2 by five players; most recently by Caleb Hendrix at East Carolina, 2005 Season: 9 by Melvin Ratcliff, 1992 Career: 10 by Melvin Ratcliff, ; Brandon Sumrall, Longest Fumble Return Touchdown Return: 75 by Marquese Wheaton vs. Rice, 2011 Non-Touchdown Return: 62 by Antoine Cash vs. East Carolina, 2004 Most Pass Breakups Game: 5 by Greg Brooks vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2001; by Patrick Surtain vs. Nevada, 1997 Season: 18 by Greg Brooks, 2001 Career: 47 by Greg Brooks, Interceptions Most Passes Intercepted Game: 4 by Larry Ussery at Louisiana Tech, 1967 Season: 8 by Ray Guy, 1972; by Billy Devrow, 1965; by Bubba Phillips, 1949 Career: 25 by Bubba Phillips, Most Pass Interception Yards Game: 141 by Larry Ussery at Louisiana Tech, 1967 Season: 191 by Bubba Phillips, 1949 Career: 490 by Bubba Phillips, Most Touchdowns on Returns Game: 2 by Larry Ussery at Louisiana Tech, 1967 Season: 3 by Leo Barnes, 2000; by Perry Carter, 1992 Career: 4 by Leo Barnes, ; by Perry Carter, Longest Return Game: 100 by Kendrick Presley vs Memphis, Southern Miss Football

111 Top Rushing Leaders 100-Yard Rushing Games C/Yds Name Opponent Date 43/304 Sam Dejarnette Florida State 9/25/82 34/260 Damion Fletcher UTEP 10/4/08 28/238 Vic Purvis Memphis 9/25/65 21/222 Damion Fletcher Louisiana-Lafayette 8/30/08 37/219 Derrick Nix Nevada 11/21/98 34/211 Damion Fletcher UTEP 11/17/07 30/206 Ben Garry Louisiana Tech 11/13/76 26/205 Kendrick Hardy Houston 11/20/10 19/203 Vic Purvis Richmond 10/2/65 27/201 Derrick Nix Illinois 9/7/02 21/196 Derrick Nix Memphis 9/14/02 18/190 Tony Smith Tulane 9/19/ Tony Rouchon Tampa 10/4/52 29/188 Harold Shaw Memphis 11/22/97 27/188 Shelton Gandy East Carolina 9/24/88 30/186 Chris Buckhalter Tulane 9/3/94 6/186 Reggie Collier Texas-Arlington 10/3/81 32/184 Derrick Nix Memphis 11/14/98 16/184 Reggie Collier Lamar 11/28/ Bucky McElroy Alabama 11/10/51 34/180 Shelton Gandy Memphis 10/24/87 31/179 Sam Dejarnette Louisiana-Lafayette 10/30/82 28/177 Damion Fletcher NC State 9/16/06 40/176 Sam Dejarnette Tulane 10/16/82 28/176 Ben Garry Memphis 11/20/76 29/175 Sammy Winder Memphis 10/17/81 23/172 Kendrick Hardy Rice 10/1/11 28/172 Derrick Nix Louisville 10/10/98 42/171 Derrick Nix East Carolina 10/9/99 14/171 Shelton Gandy Louisville 10/3/87 34/171 Sam Dejarnette Louisiana-Monroe 9/4/82 27/169 Michael Welch East Carolina 10/29/92 24/167 Derrick Nix Tulane 9/6/99 29/167 Ricky Bradley Mississippi State 10/15/88 36/167 Shelton Gandy Tulane 9/19/87 29/167 Sammy Winder Lamar 11/1/ Bobby Posey Northwestern (La.) State 11/1/ Bucky McElroy Memphis 9/27/52 27/163 Damion Fletcher UAB 11/18/06 28/163 Derrick Nix Army 10/17/ Bucky McElroy Louisiana-Lafayette 10/11/52 37/161 Cody Hull Arkansas State 12/20/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Tampa 10/3/53 18/155 Kendrick Hardy Southeastern Louisiana 9/17/11 19/156 Damion Fletcher Tennessee-Martin 9/1/07 29/156 Ben Garry Weber State 9/13/75 29/155 Damion Fletcher Cincinnati 12/22/07 18/155 Vic Purvis Richmond 10/3/64 23/153 Vincent Alexander Louisiana-Lafayette 10/29/83 30/152 Damion Fletcher Marshall 10/21/ Sam Dejarnette Alabama 11/13/82 25/151 Damion Fletcher Marshall 11/25/06 20/151 Larry Moulton Idaho 10/3/69 18/150 Sam Dejarnette Richmond 9/3/ Reggie Collier Florida State 11/14/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Tampa 10/4/52 24/149 Vincent Alexander Louisiana-Monroe 9/6/86 17/147 Kendrick Hardy UAB 10/30/10 26/146 Sammy Winder Tulane 9/19/81 19/146 Bo Dickinson Alabama 11/24/56 18/144 Tony Smith Colorado State 8/21/91 17/144 John Sklopan Trinity 11/25/61 20/143 Dawayne Woods Tulane 10/14/00 19/143 Ben Garry Virginia Tech 9/18/76 21/143 Doyle Orange Mississippi State 10/14/72 11/143 Willie Gene Coats Virginia Tech 11/15/58 23/142 Damion Fletcher Rice 10/3/07 27/142 Harold Shaw Cincinnati 11/1/97 19/142 Harmon Brannon Louisiana-Lafayette 11/2/63 13/141 Howard McGee Tulane 9/3/94 24/141 Vincent Alexander Mississippi State 9/20/86 14/140 Robert Ducksworth Louisiana Tech 9/7/85 26/140 Sammy Winder North Texas State 10/31/81 22/140 Ben Garry Texas-Arlington 11/5/77 32/139 Derrick Nix East Carolina 11/30/02 32/139 Derrick Nix Memphis 11/6/99 26/138 Michael Welch Tulsa 10/3/92 18/138 Sammy Winder Arkansas State 10/18/80 12/138 Tory Harrison Memphis 11/5/06 20/137 Tory Harrison UAB 11/1/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Tennessee-Chattanooga 10/25/52 26/136 Damion Fletcher Houston 10/31/09 26/136 Damion Fletcher Tulane 11/11/06 33/136 Sam Dejarnette Louisiana Tech 11/20/82 25/136 Sammy Winder East Carolina 9/27/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Memphis 9/27/52 24/135 Sam Dejarnette Memphis 10/15/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Louisiana Tech 11/15/52 16/134 Jamal Woodyard UTEP 10/29/11 19/134 Damion Fletcher UCF 10/28/07 27/133 Damion Fletcher Arkansas State 11/24/07 22/132 Barry Boyd Tulane 11/6/93 14/132 Vic Purvis Arkansas State 10/26/63 21/131 Barry Boyd Louisiana-Monroe 9/18/93 26/131 Ben Garry Mississippi State 10/23/76 16/130 Anthony Harris Louisiana-Lafayette 11/1/03 15/130 Randolph Brown Louisville 10/12/ Doyle Orange Memphis 12/2/ Bo Dickinson Dayton 10/6/56 28/129 Larry Thomas UAB 10/21/05 32/129 Derrick Nix Houston 11/7/98 14/129 Tommy Boutwell Louisiana Tech 11/23/ Bubba Phillips Stephen F. Austin 11/1/47 19/128 Ricky Floyd North Texas State 10/6/79 29/127 Harold Shaw Illinois 9/6/97 19/127 Eric Booth Utah State 9/14/96 23/127 Ben Garry Texas-Arlington 11/27/76 19/127 Ben Garry Cincinnati 10/2/76 16/127 Billy Coleman Tennessee-Chattanooga 10/6/ Bubba Phillips Oklahoma City 10/23/48 19/126 Damion Fletcher Alcorn State 9/5/09 21/126 Derrick Nix USF 10/12/02 19/126 Dawayne Woods Penn State 11/3/01 17/126 Ben Garry Troy State 9/3/77 24/126 Ben Garry Arkansas State 11/19/77 25/125 Tony Smith Tulsa 9/2/91 26/125 Vincent Alexander Louisiana Tech 9/7/85 28/125 Shelton Gandy Colorado State 11/9/85 25/125 Milo McCarthy VMI 11/5/66 11/125 Sammy Broyles West Texas State 10/25/ Bucky McElroy Stetson 11/27/ southernmiss.com

112 Top Rushing Leaders 125 Bucky McElroy Southeastern Louisiana 10/20/51 20/124 Tony Smith Louisiana-Lafayette 11/3/ Larry Moulton Louisiana-Lafayette 9/12/70 22/124 Milo McCarthy Southeastern Louisiana 9/24/ Doyle Orange West Texas State 11/17/73 19/123 Harmon Brannon The Citadel 11/23/63 10/122 Howard McGee Louisiana-Lafayette 10/15/94 23/121 Damion Fletcher East Carolina 11/15/08 8/121 Austin Davis Memphis 10/25/08 27/121 Anthony Harris Memphis 9/14/02 30/121 Vincent Alexander Louisville 10/12/85 17/120 Damion Fletcher Rice 10/18/08 22/120 Sammy Winder Louisville 11/3/79 21/120 Tommy Boutwell Southeastern Louisiana 9/21/ Fred Smallwood Tennessee-Chattanooga 10/30/ Bubba Phillips Southeastern Louisiana 11/18/48 28/119 Anthony Harris East Carolina 11/29/03 13/119 Eric Booth Houston 11/15/97 27/119 Ricky Bradley East Carolina 11/14/87 18/119 Vincent Alexander Mississippi State 9/21/ Larry Moulton Richmond 10/3/70 19/118 Jeremy Hester Navy 10/8/11 25/118 Larry Thomas Marshall 11/8/05 21/118 Anthony Harris Tulane 9/25/04 18/118 Ben Garry Hawaii 10/15/77 28/117 Tony Smith East Carolina 10/9/91 21/117 Vincent Alexander Mississippi State 9/21/85 22/117 Sammy Winder Lamar 11/28/81 16/117 David Hosemann Tampa 11/23/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Stetson 11/27/52 15/116 Desmond Johnson Boise State 10/6/12 12/116 Jamal Woodyard SMU 10/22/11 17/116 Damion Fletcher Southeastern Louisiana 9/9/06 27/116 Derrick Nix East Carolina 10/24/98 22/116 Eric Booth East Carolina 10/10/96 28/116 Chris Buckhalter Cincinnati 10/9/95 23/116 Ben Garry Bowling Green 9/20/75 23/116 Harmon Brannon Memphis 10/10/64 26/115 Damion Fletcher Virginia 9/19/09 22/115 Larry Thomas McNeese State 9/17/05 19/115 Chris Buckhalter Tulsa 10/29/94 15/115 Shelton Gandy Mississippi State 9/20/86 20/115 Sam Dejarnette Louisville 10/23/82 23/115 Ben Garry Mississippi 9/24/77 15/115 Chuck Clancy California St.-Fullerton 11/22/75 11/115 Dooney Lippincott Louisiana Tech 11/14/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Louisiana-Lafayette 10/11/ Bubba Phillips Stephen F. Austin 9/30/48 21/114 V.J. Floyd UAB 11/1/08 25/114 Dawayne Woods Cincinnati 11/18/ Bubba Phillips Northwestern (La.) State 11/7/47 21/113 Shelton Gandy Mississippi State 10/17/ Doyle Orange Utah State 11/18/72 13/113 Ollie Yates Memphis 10/19/57 19/112 Milo McCarthy Richmond 10/29/66 17/111 Austin Davis Houston 11/20/10 27/111 Damion Fletcher East Carolina 9/15/07 33/111 Anthony Harris Tulane 11/15/03 23/111 Barry Boyd Tulsa 11/20/93 15/111 Vincent Alexander Mississippi 10/20/84 13/111 Ben Garry California St.-Fullerton 11/22/ Hugh Laurin Pepper Tennessee-Chattanooga 11/26/53 20/110 Bubba Kirksey Louisiana-Lafayette 8/30/08 24/110 Damion Fletcher Tulsa 10/3/06 29/110 Shelton Gandy Louisville 10/1/88 21/110 Reggie Collier Mississippi 10/4/80 17/110 Ben Garry Auburn 9/17/ Terrence Wells Utah State 11/22/73 5/110 Buddy Supple Tennessee-Chattanooga 11/27/ Bubba Phillips Northwestern (La.) State 10/29/49 23/109 Damion Fletcher UCF 9/26/06 13/109 Chris Buckhalter Indiana 9/23/95 13/109 Robert Ducksworth Louisiana Tech 9/15/84 18/109 Ben Garry Alabama 10/9/76 5/109 John Sklopan Richmond 9/22/62 19/108 Damion Fletcher SMU 10/13/07 18/108 Eric Booth Northern Illinois 8/31/95 31/108 Sam Dejarnette Mississippi State 10/9/82 18/108 Don Fuell Louisiana Tech 11/12/ Fred Smallwood Southeastern Louisiana 10/16/54 14/107 Dawayne Woods Louisville 10/10/98 16/107 Reggie Collier Memphis 10/2/ Bubba Phillips McMurray 10/7/50 20/106 Kendrick Hardy UAB 11/30/13 23/106 Dawayne Woods East Carolina 11/23/01 23/106 Harold Shaw East Carolina 10/11/97 24/106 Tony Smith Pittsburgh 8/7/91 20/106 Sam Dejarnette Mississippi 10/1/83 12/106 Reggie Collier Louisiana-Monroe 9/4/82 10/106 Buddy Supple North Carolina State 11/8/ Jimmy Mason Southeastern Louisiana 10/17/53 17/105 Ricky Bradley Stephen F. Austin 9/3/88 11/105 Reggie Collier Louisville 10/23/82 10/105 Ricky Floyd Lamar 11/28/81 18/105 Larry Moulton West Texas State 11/29/69 13/105 Bo Dickinson Southeastern Louisiana 10/12/57 14/104 Anthony Harris North Texas 12/14/04 8/104 Shelton Gandy Tulane 11/23/85 11/104 Reggie Collier Mississippi 9/11/82 17/104 Carlos Montgomery Brigham Young 11/29/ Bucky McElroy Tennessee-Chattanooga 11/26/53 11/103 Desmond Johnson Memphis 11/26/11 21/103 Damion Fletcher UCF 9/12/09 26/103 Harold Shaw Louisville 10/4/97 20/103 Curtis Dickey Florida State 11/6/76 5/103 Glen Bynum Louisiana Tech 9/17/66 13/103 Vic Purvis Louisiana-Lafayette 9/24/64 12/103 J.C. Arban Southeastern Louisiana 10/13/56 10/102 Desmond Johnson Louisville 12/21/10 16/102 Anthony Harris USF 10/25/03 14/102 Roland Johnson Louisville 9/29/90 14/102 Sammy Winder Florida State 11/14/81 11/101 Kendrick Hardy Memphis 10/16/10 3/101 Tory Harrison Virginia 9/19/09 24/101 Eric Booth Memphis 10/19/96 24/101 Reginald Warnsley Mississippi State 10/09/89 15/101 Ricky Bradley Louisiana-Lafayette 10/22/88 21/101 Ben Garry Florida State 11/6/76 34/101 Tony Rouchon Stetson 11/27/52 14/100 Damion Fletcher Memphis 10/25/08 27/100 James Walley UAB 11/9/02 18/100 Derrick Nix Northwestern (La.) State 9/11/99 18/100 Tiko Beal Mississippi 9/30/78 24/100 Johnny Johnson Memphis 10/28/ Southern Miss Football

113 Top Rushing Leaders Career 100-yard Games 25 Damion Fletcher 17 Ben Garry 14 Derrick Nix 11 Sam Dejarnette 9 Sammy Winder and Shelton Gandy 8 Vincent Alexander and Hugh Laurin Pepper 7 Reggie Collier, Anthony Harris and Bubba Phillips 6 Tony Smith, Kendrick Hardy 5 Eric Booth, Bucky McElroy, Doyle Orange, Vic Purvis, Harold Shaw and Dawayne Woods 4 Ricky Bradley, Chris Buckhalter and Larry Moulton 3 Barry Boyd, Harmon Brannan, Bo Dickinson, Tory Harrison, Desmond Johnson, Milo McCarthy and Larry Thomas 2 Tommy Boutwell, Austin Davis, Robert Ducksworth, Howard McGee, Tony Rouchon, John Sklopan, Fred Smallwood, Buddy Supple, Michael Welch and Jamal Woodyard 1 J.C. Arban, Tiko Beal, Randolph Brown, Sammy Broyles, Glen Bynum, Charles Clancey, Billy Coleman, Willie Coats, Curtis Dickie, V.J. Floyd, Don Fuell, Jeremy Hester, David Hoseman, Cody Hull, Johnny Johnson, Roland Johnson, Bubba Kirksey, Dooney Lippincott, Jim Mason, Carlos Montgomery, Bob Posey, James Walley, Reginald Warnsley, Terrance Wells and Ollie Yates Double 100-yard Games Houston/Nov. 20, 2010 Kendrick Hardy... 26/205 Asutin Davis... 17/111 Virginia/ Sept. 19, 2009 Damion Fletcher... 26/115 Tory Harrison... 3/101 UAB/ Nov. 1, 2008 Tory Harrison... 20/137 V.J. Floyd... 21/114 Memphis/ Oct. 25, 2008 Austin Davis... 8/121 Damion Fletcher... 14/100 Louisiana-Lafayette/ Aug. 30, 2008 Damion Fletcher... 21/222 Bubba Kirksey... 20/110 Memphis/ Sept. 14, 2002 Derrick Nix... 21/196 Anthony Harris... 27/121 Louisville/ Oct. 10, 1998 Derrick Nix... 28/172 Dawayne Woods... 14/107 Tulane/ Sept. 3, 1994 Howard McGee... 13/141 Chris Buckhalter... 30/186 Mississippi State/ Sept. 20, 1986 Vincent Alexander... 24/141 Shelton Gandy... 21/115 Louisville/ Oct. 12, 1985 Randolph Brown... 15/130 Vincent Alexander... 30/121 Louisiana Tech/ Sept. 7, 1985 Vincent Alexander... 26/125 Robert Ducksworth... 13/109 Louisville/ Oct. 23, 1982 Sam Dejarnette... 20/115 Reggie Collier... 11/105 Louisiana-Monroe/ Sept. 4, 1982 Sam Dejarnette... 34/171 Reggie Collier... 12/106 Florida State/ Nov. 14, 1981 Reggie Collier Sammy Winder Florida State/ Nov. 6, 1976 Curtis Dickey... 20/103 Ben Garry... 34/101 Cal St.-Fullerton/ Nov. 22, 1975 Chuck Clancy... 15/115 Ben Garry... 13/111 Tennessee-Chattanooga/ Nov. 26, 1953 Hugh Laurin Pepper Bucky McElroy Louisiana-Lafayette/ Oct. 11, 1952 Bucky McElroy Hugh Laurin Pepper Memphis/ Sept. 27, 1952 Bucky McElroy Hugh Laurin Pepper Triple 100-yard Games Lamar/ Nov. 28, 1981 Reggie Collier... 16/184 Sammy Winder... 22/117 Ricky Floyd... 10/105 Stetson/ Nov. 27, 1952 Bucky McElroy Hugh Laurin Pepper Tony Rouchon Tampa/ Oct. 4, 1952 Tony Rouchon Hugh Laurin Pepper Bucky McElroy southernmiss.com

114 Top Passing Games Over 200-yard Passing Games C/A/Yds Name Opponent Date 32/61/461 Austin Davis Rice 10/18/08 23/31/400 Jeff Kelly Tulane 11/17/01 22/36/398 Lee Roberts Houston 11/9/96 30/48/388 Austin Davis UAB 10/30/10 28/53/377 Allan Bridgford Texas State 8/31/13 16/22/374 Arsenio Favor UTEP 11/17/12 28/41/371 Austin Davis Tulsa 11/26/10 24/39/370 Nick Mullens UAB 11/30/13 26/48/364 Austin Davis UCF 11/12/11 26/46/346 Lee Roberts Nevada 9/20/97 24/41/345 Brett Favre Memphis 10/28/89 22/37/344 Lee Roberts Nevada 11/21/98 19/28/340 Lee Roberts Louisiana-Lafayette 9/26/98 20/34/334 Martevious Young Houston 10/31/09 28/42/331 Austin Davis Kansas 9/26/09 23/34/324 Dustin Almond East Carolina 10/1/05 24/48/323 Nick Mullens Marshall 11/2/13 27/41/313 Austin Davis Virginia 9/24/11 23/30/310 Stephen Reaves Marshall 10/21/07 25/49/309 Austin Davis Marshall 9/10/11 27/49/308 Austin Davis Marshall 9/20/08 17/37/304 Dustin Almond California 12/4/04 21/42/303 Brett Favre Texas A&M 9/30/89 20/32/301 Brett Favre East Carolina 9/24/88 18/32/300 Jeff Kelly Louisville 11/4/00 18/41/300 Brett Favre Alabama 11/18/89 25/51/298 Nick Mullens Louisiana Tech 11/9/13 23/30/298 Brett Favre Louisiana-Lafayette 10/22/88 23/45/295 Dustin Almond Houston 11/13/05 21/39/295 Brett Favre Louisiana-Lafayette 11/28/87 24/31/293 Austin Davis Houston 11/20/10 13/16/291 Jeff Bower Texas-Arlington 10/20/73 27/47/289 Nick Mullens Middle Tennessee 11/23/13 27/38/289 Lee Roberts Penn State 9/25/98 18/31/288 Heath Graham Louisiana State 11/12/94 35/26/286 Brett Favre East Carolina 11/25/89 21/33/284 Austin Davis Rice 10/1/11 21/23/283 Austin Davis Navy 10/8/11 21/39/283 Dustin Almond Memphis 11/19/05 21/39/282 Brett Favre Florida State 9/2/89 17/34/281 Lee Roberts Alabama 10/31/98 17/33/279 Austin Davis Houston 12/3/11 14/26/277 Austin Davis Memphis 11/26/11 23/37/277 Dustin Almond UCF 10/15/05 22/35/277 Jeff Kelly Oklahoma State 9/1/01 23/38/277 Rick Donegan Trinity 11/28/70 12/21/276 Martevious Young Tulsa 11/21/09 20/34/276 Austin Davis Troy 12/21/08 18/30/276 Dustin Almond Tulane 11/26/05 20/32/276 Jeff Kelly Houston 10/27/01 23/41/276 Heath Graham Louisville 10/7/95 19/30/275 Austin Davis Memphis 10/16/10 20/32/275 Brett Favre Louisville 10/1/88 13/23/273 Micky D Angelo Jackson State 8/31/02 18/34/271 Martevious Young Middle Tennessee 12/20/09 16/26/271 Lee Roberts Memphis 11/14/98 24/48/271 Heath Graham East Carolina 10/25/95 33/50/268 Austin Davis Auburn 9/6/08 23/45/268 Jeff Kelly Nebraska 9/18/99 20/31/267 Heath Graham Alabama 10/8/94 27/37/266 Austin Davis SMU 10/22/11 20/29/264 Austin Davis UAB 11/17/11 21/34/264 Austin Davis UCF 11/13/10 21/37/264 Austin Davis UTEP 10/4/08 20/44/262 Martevious Young East Carolina 11/28/09 25/34/261 Jeff Kelly UAB 11/11/00 24/39/258 Dustin Almond USF 10/12/02 18/31/258 Rick Donegan Louisiana Tech 11/13/71 20/37/257 Jeff Kelly Oklahoma State 9/23/00 19/36/254 Jeremy Young Tennessee 9/8/07 23/35/254 Lee Roberts Tennessee 11/8/97 23/31/253 Austin Davis UCF 9/12/09 17/32/253 Dustin Almond Arkansas State 12/20/05 26/47/252 Jeff Kelly Penn State 11/3/01 13/22/250 Lee Roberts Army 10/17/98 23/43/248 Tommy Waters Florida 11/7/92 18/33/247 Dustin Almond UAB 10/21/05 16/30/247 Dustin Almond North Texas 12/14/04 13/19/247 Jeff Kelly Tulane 9/6/99 26/45/243 Allan Bridgford FIU 10/5/13 17/29/243 Jeff Kelly Louisiana-Lafayette 9/22/01 15/30/241 Heath Graham East Carolina 10/1/94 19/36/241 Brett Favre Memphis 10/29/88 14/30/240 Andrew Anderson East Carolina 11/1/86 14/26/240 Reggie Collier Mississippi 9/11/82 18/30/239 Austin Davis East Carolina 11/15/08 23/36/239 Jeff Kelly Alabama 11/29/01 16/38/239 Jeff Kelly East Carolina 11/24/00 31/43/238 Austin Davis South Carolina 9/2/10 20/39/237 Austin Davis East Carolina 10/9/10 18/28/237 Jeremy Young East Carolina 9/15/07 17/26/237 Dustin Almond Houston 11/8/03 12/17/237 Jeff Kelly Cincinnati 10/23/99 13/25/235 Lee Roberts Louisville 10/4/97 24/32/234 Austin Davis UAB 10/1/09 19/34/234 Buddy Palazzo VMI 11/6/71 22/38/233 Austin Davis Louisiana Tech 9/25/10 22/30/232 Jeff Kelly Tennessee 9/2/00 23/38/232 Tommy Waters Pittsburgh 9/7/91 12/20/232 Brett Favre East Carolina 11/14/87 24/44/231 Stephen Reaves Rice 10/3/07 11/16/231 Dustin Almond Tulane 11/15/03 13/18/231 Lee Roberts Memphis 10/19/96 22/30/229 Martevious Young Louisville 10/10/09 15/29/229 Lee Roberts Tulane 10/25/97 14/16/229 Lee Roberts East Carolina 10/10/96 17/35/228 Micky D Angelo Louisville 11/14/02 14/23/227 Dustin Almond TCU 11/20/03 11/18/227 Jeff Kelly Memphis 11/6/99 10/21/227 Andrew Anderson Auburn 9/14/85 21/37/226 Austin Davis Louisiana Tech 9/3/ Southern Miss Football

115 Top Passing Games/Top Total Offense 21/40/226 Lee Roberts Alabama 9/27/97 15/20/225 Bobby Holmes Louisville 11/25/50 17/28/224 Dustin Almond Marshall 11/8/05 20/37/224 Jeff Kelly TCU 12/7/01 15/24/224 Jeff Kelly Tulane 10/14/00 16/29/224 Brett Favre Louisville 10/14/89 21/35/222 Allan Bridgford Nebraska 9/7/13 18/31/219 Austin Davis Arkansas State 9/13/08 20/43/218 Kevin Bentley Georgia 10/9/93 19/25/217 Austin Davis Alcorn State 9/5/09 18/28/217 Lee Roberts Memphis 11/22/97 15/28/216 Brett Favre Tulane 10/7/89 12/28/213 Jeff Kelly Louisville 10/16/01 16/29/213 Buddy Palazzo Memphis 12/2/72 15/26/212 Austin Davis SMU 11/29/08 22/30/212 Jeff Kelly Tennessee 9/2/00 25/43/212 Brett Favre Auburn 11/5/88 22/38/211 Micky D Angelo Tulane 11/23/02 12/31/210 Nick Mullens North Texas 10/26/13 9/15/209 Robert Ducksworth Mississippi 10/1/83 11/24/208 Dustin Almond East Carolina 11/29/03 12/22/208 Micky D Angelo East Carolina 11/30/02 18/36/208 Buddy Palazzo Mississippi State 10/21/72 12/14/207 Jeff Kelly Louisiana-Lafayette 11/13/99 24/42/207 Brett Favre Auburn 11/10/90 19/38/207 Andrew Anderson Colorado State 11/9/85 14/21/206 Austin Davis Louisiana-Lafayette 8/30/08 18/26/206 Stephen Reaves SMU 10/13/07 19/32/205 Austin Davis Louisville 12/21/10 10/22/205 Jeremy Young UTEP 11/17/07 10/13/205 Lee Roberts Louisville 10/10/98 21/37/204 Jeff Kelly Memphis 10/6/01 17/37/202 Dustin Almond Memphis 11/12/04 14/25/202 Reggie Collier Alabama 10/10/81 17/32/201 Jeff Kelly Houston 10/28/00 14/27/200 Dustin Almond USF 10/2/04 Career 200-yard Games 32 Austin Davis 22 Jeff Kelly 17 Dustin Almond 16 Lee Roberts 15 Brett Favre 5 Heath Graham, Nick Mullens, Martevious Young 4 Micky D Angelo 3 Andrew Anderson, Allan Bridgford, Buddy Palazzo, Stephen Reaves and Jeremy Young 2 Reggie Collier, Rick Donegan, Tommy Waters 1 Kevin Bentley, Jeff Bower, Robert Ducksworth, Arsenio Favor 300-yard Total Offense Games Pl/Yds Name Opponent Date 71/445 Austin Davis Rice 10/18/08 35/416 Arssenio Favor UTEP 11/17/12 33/415 Jeff Kelly Tulane 11/17/01 48/404 Austin Davis Houston 11/20/10 44/404 Martevious Young Houston 10/31/09 57/394 Austin Davis UAB 10/30/10 26/376 Jeff Bower Texas-Arlington 10/20/73 54/374 Austin Davis UCF 11/12/11 52/364 Austin Davis Tulsa 11/26/10 43/361 Brett Favre Memphis 10/28/89 45/360 Nick Mullens UAB 11/30/13 35/358 Austin Davis Navy 10/8/11 53/357 Austin Davis Kansas 9/26/09 58/353 Austin Davis Marshall 9/20/08 22/352 Lee Roberts Houston 11/9/96 56/351 Allan Bridgford Texas State 8/31/13 40/346 Lee Roberts Nevada 11/21/98 28/340 Lee Roberts Louisiana-Lafayette 9/26/98 32/335 Martevious Young Tulsa 11/21/09 46/334 Lee Roberts Nevada 9/20/97 29/327 Brett Favre East Carolina 9/24/88 42/326 Austin Davis Houston 12/3/11 41/326 Vic Purvis Richmond 10/2/65 40/323 Austin Davis Rice 10/1/11 51/315 Austin Davis Virginia 9/24/11 53/313 Nick Mullens Marshall 11/2/13 52/313 Austin Davis Troy 12/21/08 35/312 Vic Purvis Memphis 9/25/65 40/309 Austin Davis Memphis 10/16/10 48/307 Austin Davis Memphis 10/25/08 39/307 Jeff Kelly Houston 10/22/01 45/305 Austin Davis UCF 11/13/10 43/304 Sam Dejarnette Florida State 9/25/82 34/303 Austin Davis Memphis 11/26/11 56/302 Austin Davis Louisiana Tech 9/25/10 45/302 Jeremy Young Tennessee 9/8/07 43/302 Brett Favre Louisiana-Lafayette 11/28/87 31/301 Stephen Reaves Marshall 10/21/07 41/300 Brett Favre Alabama 11/18/89 37/300 Brett Favre Louisiana-Lafayette 10/22/88 Career 300-yard Total Offense Games 17 Austin Davis 5 Brett Favre 4 Lee Roberts 2 Jeff Kelly, Nick Mullens, Vic Purvis 1 Jeff Bower, Allan Bridgford, Sam Dejarnette, Arsenio Favor, Stephen Reaves, Martevious Young, Jeremy Young 100-yard Receiving Games C/Yds Name Opponent Date 10/260 Kendrick Lee Houston 11/9/96 12/221 DeAndre Brown Rice 10/18/08 12/203 Todd Pinkston Nevada 11/21/98 7/193 Rickey Bradley, Jr. Texas State 8/31/13 7/192 Sherrod Gideon Alabama 10/31/98 8/186 Gerald Baptiste Houston 10/31/09 9/179 Sherrod Gideon Nevada 9/20/ southernmiss.com

116 Top Receiving Games 13/176 Sherrod Gideon Penn State 9/5/98 6/173 Cliff Coggin Louisiana Tech 11/12/49 11/163 Todd Pinkston Nebraska 9/18/99 7/156 Torris Magee Marshall 10/21/07 8/154 Kelvin Bolden Memphis 10/16/10 7/151 Shawn Mills Tulane 10/14/00 8/151 Ivan Rosamond Louisiana Tech 11/18/50 4/149 Eddie Tate Texas-Arlington 10/20/73 7/148 Darryl Tillman East Carolina 9/24/88 5/146 Louis Lipps Mississippi 9/11/82 7/145 DeAndre Brown East Carolina 11/28/09 3/144 Marvin Harvey Hawaii 10/15/77 7/143 Louis Lipps Tulane 10/15/83 8/141 Chris Johnson Louisville 11/14/02 5/141 Sherrod Gideon Memphis 10/25/97 7/140 Sherrod Gideon Army 10/17/98 6/140 Sherrod Gideon Tulane 11/27/97 4/140 Eugene Rowell Alabama 11/18/89 6/137 Alfred Williams Louisville 10/1/88 8/136 Steve Broussard Louisiana Tech 11/13/71 9/135 Johdrick Morris UAB 10/30/10 3/135 DeAndre Brown Tulsa 11/21/09 7/135 Lyneal Alston East Carolina 11/1/86 5/134 Louis Lipps Mississippi 10/1/83 5/134 Todd Pinkston Louisiana-Lafayette 11/6/99 6/133 Eddie Tate Texas-Arlington 10/12/74 9/132 Kelvin Bolden Rice 10/1/11 5/132 Francisco Llanos Marshall 9/10/11 10/132 Kelvin Bolden UAB 10/30/10 7/132 Sherrod Gideon Alabama 9/27/97 8/127 Chris Johnson Tennessee 9/8/07 7/126 Sherrod Gideon Louisiana-Lafayette 9/26/98 2/125 Quentin Pierce UTEP 11/17/12 6/125 Tracy Lampley Houston 12/3/11 5/125 Todd Pinkston Northwestern (La.) State 9/11/99 8/124 DeAndre Brown East Carolina 11/15/08 4/123 Markese Triplett Marshall 11/2/13 8/123 Greg Reed Florida 11/7/92 5/123 Darryl Tillman Louisiana-Lafayette 11/28/87 6/122 Ryan Balentine UCF 11/12/11 5/122 Sherrod Gideon Louisville 10/4/97 6/121 Shawn Nelson Arkansas State 12/20/05 6/121 Ron Baham Texas A&M 9/30/89 7/121 Fred Brock Louisville 10/7/95 12/118 Shawn Nelson Auburn 9/6/08 5/118 Antwon Courington East Carolina 10/1/05 4/117 Gerald Baptiste Middle Tennessee 12/20/09 8/117 Fred Brock East Carolina 10/28/95 5/116 Tracy Lampley Memphis 11/26/11 7/116 Danny Haley Memphis 10/28/67 7/116 Eugene Rowell Memphis 10/28/89 4/115 Quentin Pierce Tulsa 11/26/10 8/115 Chris Johnson UCF 10/15/05 7/114 Ryan Balentine Rice 10/1/11 5/113 Shawn Nelson Tulane 11/26/05 4/112 Ryan Balentine Navy 10/8/11 7/112 Antwon Courington TCU 11/20/04 8/110 DeAndre Brown Memphis 10/25/08 8/110 DeAndre Brown UTEP 10/4/08 7/110 Shawn Nelson Arkansas State 9/13/08 7/110 Todd Pinkston Memphis 11/14/98 5/109 LeRoy Handy Jackson State 8/31/02 5/109 Todd Pinkston Louisiana-Lafayette 9/26/98 7/108 Quentin Pierce UAB 10/1/09 4/107 Sherrod Gideon Memphis 11/14/98 4/107 Chris McGee East Carolina 11/14/87 4/107 Andrew Mott Louisville 10/12/85 4/104 Daron Lawrence East Carolina 11/29/03 5/104 Marvin Young USF 10/25/03 7/103 Josh Barnes Houston 11/13/05 5/103 Chris Johnson East Carolina 11/30/02 6/101 Markese Triplett Middle Tennessee 11/23/13 4/101 Tracy Lampley Rice 10/27/12 4/101 Anthony Perine California 12/4/04 4/101 Marvin Young Louisiana Lafayette 11/1/03 5/101 LeRoy Handy Penn State 11/3/01 5/101 LeRoy Handy Louisiana-Lafayette 7/22/01 5/100 Tracy Lampley Virginia 10/1/11 8/100 Sherrod Gideon Cincinnati 11/2/96 5/100 LeRoy Handy Tulane 11/17/01 5/100 DeAndre Brown Prairie View A&M 9/11/10 Career 100-yard Games 11 Sherrod Gideon 7 DeAndre Brown 6 Todd Pinkston 4 LeRoy Handy, Tracy Lampley, Shawn Nelson 3 Ryan Balentine, Kelvin Bolden, Louis Lipps, Quentin Pierce 2 Gerald Baptiste, Fred Brock, Antwon Courington, Chris Johnson ( ), Chris Johnson ( ), Eugene Powell, Eddie Tate, Darryl Tillman, Markese Triplett, Marvin Young 1 Lyneal Alston, Ron Baham, Josh Barnes, Rickey Bradley, Jr., Steve Broussard, Cliff Coggin, Danny Haley, Marvin Harvey, DaRon Lawrence, Kendrick Lee, Francisco Llanos, Torris Magee, Chris McGee, Shawn Mills, Johdrick Morris, Andrew Mott, Anthony Perine, Greg Reed, Ivan R. Rosamond, Alfred Williams Sherrod Gideon Southern Miss Football

117 The Last Time Southern Miss Individual Rushed for 100 or More Yards: 106 yards on 20 carries by Kendrick Hardy at UAB, 11/30/13 Rushed for 200 or More Yards: 205 Yards on 26 carries by Kendrick Hardy vs. Houston, 11/20/10 Rushed for 300 or More Yards: 304 Yards by Sam Dejarnette on 43 carries against Florida State, 9/25/82 Rushed 50 or More Yards for a Touchdown: Jamal Woodyard scored on a 68-yard touchdown at UTEP, 10/29/11 Two Rushers With 100 or More Yards: 205 yards on 26 carries by Kendrick Hardy and 111 yards on 17 carries by Austin Davis vs. Houston, 11/20/10 Three Rushing Touchdowns: Austin Davis rushed for four touchdowns against Houston, 11/20/10 Four Rushing Touchdowns: Austin Davis rushed for four touchdowns against Houston, 11/20/10 Five Rushing Touchdowns: Austin Davis rushed for five touchdowns against UAB, 11/1/08 20 Pass Completions: 24 by Nick Mullens at UAB, 11/30/13 Passed for 300 or More Yards: Nick Mullens had 370 yards on 24-of-39 passing at UAB, 11/30/13 Completed a Pass of 50 Yards or More for a Touchdown: Nick Mullens completed a 81-yard pass to Markese Triplett at Marshall, 11/2/13 Completed a Pass 75 Yards or More for a Touchdown: Nick Mullens completed a 81-yard pass to Markese Triplett at Marshall, 11/2/13 Caught 10 or More Passes: Tyre oune Holmes caught 12 passes for 96 Yards vs. Texas State, 8/31/13 Caught Passes for 100 Yards or More: Markese Triplett caught 6 passes for 101 yards vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/23/13 Caught Passes for 200 Yards or More: DeAndre Brown caught 12 passes for 221 yards at Rice, 10/18/08 Two Receivers with 100 or More Yards: Kelvin Bolden caught 9 passes for 132 yards and Ryan Balentine caught 7 passes for 114 yards vs. Rice, 10/1/11 Two Receivers with Two Receiving Touchdowns: Antwon Courington and Chris Johnson both had two touchdowns against UCF, 10/15/05 Caught Three Touchdown Passes: Gerald Baptiste had three touchdowns against Houston, 10/31/09 Returned a Punt for a Touchdown: Tracy Lampley returned a punt 60 yards at East Carolina, 11/5/11 Returned a Kickoff for a Touchdown: Tracy Lampley returned a kickoff 100 yards at Nebraska, 9/1/12 Returned a Blocked Punt for a Touchdown: 0 yards by Tray Becton-Martin vs. Nevada, 12/24/11 Returned a Blocked Field Goal for a Touchdown: Marquese Wheaton returned a blocked field goal 79 yards at Navy, 10/8/11 Returned an Interception for a Touchdown: Kalan Reed (19 yards) vs. Marshall, 10/20/12 Two Interceptions in a Game: Marquese Wheaton finished with two interceptions vs. SMU, 10/22/11 Returned a fumble for a Touchdown: Marquese Wheaton returned a fumble 75 yards vs. Rice, 10/1/11 Scored a Defensive Extra Point: 85 yards by Rod Davis at Alabama, 11/29/01 Miscellaneous Scored Four or More Touchdowns: Austin Davis scored four touchdowns vs. Houston, 11/20/10 Punt of More Than 50 Yards: Tyler Sarrazin had a punt of 51 yards vs. Middle Tennessee, 11/23/13 Kicked a 50 or More Yard Field Goal: Corey Acosta kicked a 50-yard field goal at Louisiana Tech, 11/9/13 Had a Safety: Team registered vs. FIU, 10/5/13 Blocked a Field Goal: Wil Freeman blocked Ty Long s 49-yard field goal at UAB, 11/30/13 Blocked a Punt: Nic Bekkers at Louisiana Tech, 11/9/13 Blocked an Extra Point: Dylan Bradley at Marshall, 11/2/13 Rushed for 300 or More Yards: 370 vs. Rice, 10/1/11 Rushed for 400 or More Yards: 463 vs. UAB, 11/1/08 Team Passed for 300 or More Yards: 370 at UAB, 11/30/13 Passed for 400 or More Yards: 461 at Rice, 10/18/08 Total Off. Surpassed 400 Yards: 472 at UAB, 11/30/13 Total Off. Surpassed 500 Yards: 532 vs. UTEP, 11/17/12 Scored 50 or More Points: 62 at UAB, 11/30/13 Shut out an Opponent: 52-0 vs. Alcorn State, 9/5/09 Held an Opp Under 50 Yds Rushing: 7, vs Memphis, 11/26/11 Held Opp Under 100 Yds Rushing: 73 vs. Texas State, 8/31/13 Held an Opp. Under 50 Yards Passing: 35 by Florida Atlantic, 11/16/13 Held an Opp. Under 100 Yards Passing: 35 by Florida Atlantic, 11/16/13 Held an Opp. Under 100 Yards of Total Offense: 85 by Tulane, 11/11/ southernmiss.com

118 The Last Time Opponent Individual Rushed for 100 or More Yards: 103 by Shane Tucker of Middle Tennessee, 11/23/13 Rushed for 200 or More Yards: 207 by Kenneth Dixon of Louisiana Tech, 11/9/13 Rushed for 50 or More Yards for a Touchdown: 59 by Steward Butler of Marshall, 11/2/13 Scored on Pass play of 50 or More Yards: 72 by Reese Wiggins of East Carolina, 11/5/11 Five Rushing Touchdowns: 5 by Antowain Smith of Houston, 11/9/96 20 Pass Completions: 22 by Scotty Young of Louisiana Tech, 11/9/13 30 Pass Completions: 30 by Shane Carden of ECU, 10/19/13 Passed for 300 or More Yards: 300 by Derek Thompson of North Texas, 10/26/13 Passed for 400 or More Yards: 406 by G.J. Kinne of Tulsa, 11/26/10 Completed a Pass of 50 or More Yards for a Touchdown: 55 by Shane Carden of East Carolina, 9/15/12 Completed a Pass of 75 or More Yards for a Touchdown: 81 by Ryan Williams of Memphis, 10/16/10 Caught 10 or More Passes: 10 by Tommy Shuler of Marshall, 11/2/13 Caught Passes for 100 Yards or More: 117 yards by Jamrcus Nelson of UAB, 11/30/13 Returned a Punt for a Touchdown: Eugene Wilson of Illinois returned a punt 70 yards, 9/7/02 Returned a Kickoff for a Touchdown: Autrey Golden of UTEP returned a kickoff 98 yards, 11/17/12 Recovered a Blocked Punt for a Touchdown: James Bethra of California returned a blocked punt 20 yards, 8/30/03 Returned an Interception for a Touchdown: T.T. Barber (24) and Kevin Byard (51) each returned intreceptions for Middle Tennessee, 11/23/13 Two Interceptions: Adairius Barnes of Louisiana Tech finished with two interceptions, 11/9/13 Three Interceptions: DeAngelo Smith of Cincinnati finished with three interceptions, 12/22/07 Returned a Fumble for a Touchdown: Craig Mager returned a 44-yard fumble for Texas State, 8/31/13 Had a Score by Safety: Louisiana Tech scores as DeAngelo Brooks tackles George Payne, 11/9/13 Returned two Fumbles for Touchdowns: Michael Kutzler returned a 17-yard fumble and Xavier Webb returned a 96-yard fumble for Rice, 10/1/11 Kicked a Field Goal 50 Yards or More: 54 yards by Warren Harvey of East Carolina, 9/15/12 Three or More Field Goals: Ben Hartman of East Carolina kicked three field goals, 11/28/09 Blocked a Field Goal: FIU s Isame Faciane blocked a 44-yard Corey Acosta attempt, 10/5/13 Blocked a Punt: Marshall s Jermaine Kelson, 9/10/11 Blocked an Extra Point: SMU s Aaron Davis blocked Corey Acosta s extra point, 11/10/12 Scored a Defensive Extra Point: C.J. Wilson of East Carolina returned a blocked extra point try, 11/28/09 Opponent - Team Held USM To Less Than 100 Yards of Total Offense: 54 at Alabama, 9/12/92 Recorded a Shutout: Utah, 17-0 shutout, 12/31/03 Rushed for 300 Yards or more: 333 yards by Florida Atlantic, 11/16/13 Rushed for 400 Yards or more: 421 yards by Navy, 10/8/11 Held USM to Fewer Than 100 Yards Rushing: 20 vs. Florida Atlantic, 11/16/13 Passed for 400 or More Yards: 406 by Tulsa, 11/26/10 Gained Over 500 Yards of Total Off.: 636 by Marshall, 11/2/13 Passed for over 500 Yards: 559 yards by Houston, 10/31/09 Gained Over 600 Yards of Total Offense: 636 by Marshall, 11/2/13 Scored 50 or More Points: 61 by Marshall, 11/2/13 Sam DeJarnette Opponent - Miscellaneous Scored Five or More Touchdowns: 6 by Antowain Smith of Houston, 11/9/ Southern Miss Football

119 Player Superlatives Game Rushing Yards Sam Dejarnette vs. Florida State/ Damion Fletcher vs. UTEP/ Vic Purvis vs. Memphis/ Damion Fletcher vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Derrick Nix at Nevada/ Rushing Attempts Sam Dejarnette vs. Florida State/ Derrick Nix at East Carolina/ Sam Dejarnette vs. Tulane/ Cody Hull vs. Arkansas State/ Derrick Nix at Nevada/ Longest Touchdown Run Bo Dickinson at Dayton/ Bubba Phillips vs. Northwestern (La.) State/ Reggie Collier vs. Texas-Arlington/ Hugh Laurin Pepper vs. Louisiana Tech/ Tony Smith vs. Tulane/ Non-Touchdown Run Lindy Stewart at Louisiana-Lafayette/ Larry Thomas vs. Cincinnati/ Don Fuell vs. Hardin-Simmons/ Rushing Touchdowns Austin Davis vs. UAB/ Austin Davis vs. Houston/ Chris Windsor vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Shelton Gandy vs. Mississippi State/ Doyle Orange vs. Texas-Arlington/ Longest Touchdown Pass from Scrimmage Austin Davis to DeAndre Brown vs. East Carolina/ Martevious Young to DeAndre Brown vs. Tulsa/ Austin Davis to Francisco Llanos at Marshall/ Stephen Reaves to Torris Magee at Marshall/ Andrew Anderson to Andrew Mott at Louisville/ Passing Yardage Austin Davis at Rice/ Jeff Kelly vs. Tulane/ Lee Roberts at Houston/ Austin Davis vs. UAB/ Allan Bridgford vs. Texas State/ Passing Attempts Austin Davis at Rice/ Allan Bridgford vs. Texas State/ Nick Mullens at Louisiana Tech/ Austin Davis at Auburn/ Austin Davis at Marshall/ Austin Davis vs. Marshall/ Tommy Boutwell vs. Richmond/ Tommy Boutwell at San Diego State/ Passing Completions Austin Davis at Auburn/ Austin Davis at Rice/ Austin Davis at South Carolina/ Austin Davis vs. UAB/ Allan Bridgford vs. Texas State 28 Austin Davis at Tulsa/ Austin Davis at Kansas/ Touchdown Passes Nick Mullens at UAB/ Dustin Almond vs. UCF/ Lee Roberts vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Austin Davis at Houston/ Austin Davis at UCF/ Martevious Young at Houston/ Austin Davis at Rice/ Jeff Kelly vs. Houston/ Jeff Kelly vs. Tulane/ Lee Roberts at Tulane/ Bobby Holmes vs. Northwestern (La.) State/ Vernon Wells at Oklahoma City/ Total Offense Pl/Yds Austin Davis at Rice/ /445 Arsenio Favor vs. UTEP/ /416 Jeff Kelly vs. Tulane/ /415 Austin Davis vs. Houston/ /404 Martevious Young at Houston/ /404 Pass Receptions Sherrod Gideon at Penn State/ Tyre oune Holmes vs. Texas State/ DeAndre Brown at Rice/ Shawn Nelson at Auburn/ Todd Pinkston at Nevada/ Receiving Yardage Kendrick Lee at Houston/ DeAndre Brown at Rice/ Todd Pinkston at Nevada/ Rickey Bradley, Jr. vs. Texas State/ Sherrod Gideon at Alabama/ Receiving Touchdowns DeAndre Brown at Rice/ Gerald Baptiste at Houston/ Todd Pinkston vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Sherrod Gideon vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Sherrod Gideon at Memphis/ Kendrick Lee at Houston/ All-Purpose Yardage Sam Dejarnette vs. Florida State/ Sam Dejarnette at Tulane/ Tony Smith at Louisville/ Damion Fletcher vs. UTEP/ Bubba Phillips at Oklahoma City/ Punt Attempts Dickie Dunaway at Ole Miss/ Luke Johnson at NC State/ Eric Estes at Alabama/ Scott Bryant at Auburn/ tied; most recently by Mark Haulman vs. Illinois/ southernmiss.com

120 Player Superlatives Punting Yardage Dickie Dunaway at Ole Miss/ Luke Johnson at NC State/ Eric Estes at Alabama/ Scott Bryant at Florida State/ Mark Haulman vs. Illinois/ Longest Punts Ray Guy at Ole Miss/ Jamie Purser at Nevada/ Luke Johnson vs. USF/ Eric Estes vs. Tulsa/ Jamie Purser vs. Houston/ Britt Barefoot vs. Ohio/ Field Goals Danny Hrapmann vs. UCF/ Danny Hrapmann vs. East Carolina/ Darren McCaleb vs. Tulane/ Darren McCaleb at East Carolina/ Chris Seroka vs. Memphis/ Rex Banks at Georgia/ Longest Field Goals Ray Guy at Utah State/ Chris Seroka vs. Louisiana-Monroe/ Danny Hrapmann vs. UAB/ Chris Seroka vs. Tulane/ Six tied; most recently by Chris Pierce at LSU/ Extra Points Britt Barefoot vs. UAB/ Rick Palmer vs. Cal State-Fullerton/ Danny Hrapmann at Navy/ Corey Acosta at UAB/ Danny Hrapmann vs. Houston/ Brant Hanna at Tulane/ Tim Hardaway vs. Louisville/ Chris Seroka at Louisville/ Justin Estes at UTEP/ Points Kicking Danny Hrapmann vs. East Carolina/ Danny Hrapmann vs. UCF/ Darren McCaleb vs. East Carolina/ Corey Acosta at UAB/ Danny Hrapmann vs. Memphis/ Danny Hrapmann at Tulsa/ Danny Hrapmann vs. UAB/ Darren McCaleb vs. Tulane/ Darren McCaleb vs. UCF/ Chris Seroka vs. Memphis/ Punt Returns Brandon Sumrall at UAB/ Andrew Mott at Alabama/ Andrew Mott at Memphis/ Andrew Mott at Tulane/ Andrew Mott vs. Louisiana Tech/ Louis Lipps at Alabama/ Ricky Floyd vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Johnny Dragg vs. VMI/ Longest Punt Returns Bobby Holmes at Alabama/ James Henry vs. Louisiana-Monroe/ Marvin Young vs. Memphis/ Perry Carter vs. East Carolina/ Bobby Holmes at Alabama/ Jimmy Havard vs. North Carolina State/ Punt Return Yardage Bobby Holmes at Alabama/ James Henry vs. Mississippi State/ Marvin Young vs. Memphis/ Jasper Faulk vs. East Carolina/ Marvin Young at Houston/ Kickoff Returns Chuck Clancy at Brigham Young/ Francisco Llanos at Tulsa/ Chuck Cook at Bowling Green/ Ten times; last by Evan Osborne at Marshall/ Kickoff Return Yardage Tracy Lampley at Marshall/ Eric Booth at Tennessee/ Francisco Llanos at Tulsa/ Trey Becton-Martin at Navy/ Sherrod Gideon at Houston/ Longest Kickoff Return Bubba Phillips vs. Southeastern Louisiana/ Tracy Lampley at Nebraska/ Freddie Parham vs. Virginia/ Herman Nall at Mississippi State/ Sam Dejarnette at Tulane/ Longest Fumble Return Marquese Wheaton vs. Rice/ Adalius Thomas vs. Northwestern (La.) State/ Roy Magee vs. Louisville/ LaVance Richmond at Tulane/ Ronnie Thornton vs. Tulsa/ Interceptions Larry Ussery at Louisiana Tech/ Etric Pruitt at Army/ Labarion Rankins at East Carolina/ David Odom at Louisville/ George Sekul vs. Houston/ Interception Return Yardage Larry Ussery at Louisiana Tech/ Kendrick Presley vs. Memphis/ Jamie Collins at East Carolina/ Kerry Valrie at Alabama/ Eddie Hicks vs. East Carolina/ Longest Interception Return Kendrick Presley vs. Memphis/ Jamie Collins at East Carolina/ Eddie Hicks vs. East Carolina/ Bill Martin at Memphis/ Brandon Sumrall vs. Memphis/ Southern Miss Football

121 Player Superlatives Unassisted Tackles Mike Dennery vs. Memphis/ T.J. Slaughter at Texas A&M/ Rod Davis at USF/ Rod Davis vs. TCU/ Gerald McRath at Rice/ Gerald McRath vs. Arkansas State/ Kevis Coley vs. Memphis/ Rod Davis at Cincinnati/ Assisted Tackles William Kirksey vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Thad McDowell vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Korey Williams vs. UAB/ Leo Barnes at Texas A&M/ George Hill vs. Louisville/ Onesimus Henry vs. East Carolina/ Onesimus Henry vs. Jackson State/ Total Tackles T.J. Slaughter at Texas A&M/ Rod Davis at Cincinnati/ Gerald McRath vs. UCF/ Leo Barnes at Texas A&M/ William Kirksey vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Thad McDowell vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Quarterback Sacks Cedric Scott at Houston/ Chris Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech/ Jamie Collins vs. UAB/ Tom Johnson vs. UCF/ Michael Boley at East Carolina/ Roy Magee at Houston/ Jeffrey Posey at Tulane/ Michael Tobias vs. Pittsburgh/ Rod Reed at Tulane/ Chris Jackson at Mississippi/ Tackle for Loss Roy Magee at Houston/ T.J. Slaughter at Texas A&M/ Michael Boley vs. East Carolina/ Cedric Walthaw at Indiana/ Rod Davis vs. Louisville/ Pass Breakups Greg Brooks vs. Louisiana-Lafayette/ Patrick Surtain vs. Nevada/ Deron Wilson vs. Marshall/ Jasper Faulk vs. Memphis/ Raymond Walls at Louisville/ Melvin Ratcliff at Utah State/ James Cooper at Tulane/ Eddie Ray Walker at Memphis/ Carl Allen at Florida State/ Forced Fumbles Dylan Reda vs. Memphis/ Jamie Collins vs. UAB/ Cordarro Law vs. Rice/ Cordarro Law vs. Tulsa/ Brandon Sumrall vs. Southeastern Louisiana/ Robert Henderson at East Carolina/ Michael Boley at Nebraska/ Etric Pruitt at Alabama/ Chad Williams at Houston/ Jamaal Alexander at Louisville/ Jeffrey Posey at Louisville/ Bobby Smithart vs. Mississippi State/ Fumble Recoveries Caleb Hendrix at East Carolina/ Darrell Bennett at Nebraska/ Terrell Paul vs. East Carolina/ Marchant Kenney vs. Samford/ Reggie Odom vs. Mississippi State/ Season Rushing Yards C/Yds Damion Fletcher/ /1,586 Sam Dejarnette/ /1,545 Damion Fletcher/ /1,388 Damion Fletcher/ /1,313 Ben Garry/ /1,236 Rushing Attempts Sam Dejarnette/ Damion Fletcher/ Damion Fletcher/ Derrick Nix/ Harold Shaw/ Yards per Carry (min. 100 att.) Hugh Laurin Pepper/ Jamal Woodyard/ Reggie Collier/ Kendrick Hardy/ Damion Fletcher/ Bucky McElroy/ Rushing Touchdowns Sammy Winder/ Harold Shaw/ Damion Fletcher/ Sam Dejarnette/ Reggie Collier/ Reggie Collier/ Sammy Winder/ Ricky Floyd/ Doyle Orange/ Passing Yards Austin Davis/2011 3,496 Austin Davis/2008 3,128 Austin Davis/2010 3,103 Dustin Almond/2005 2,860 Lee Roberts/1998 2,680 Passing Completions Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ southernmiss.com

122 Player Superlatives Dustin Almond/ Jeff Kelly/ Passing Attempts Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ Dustin Almond/ Brett Favre/ Touchdown Passes Austin Davis/ Lee Roberts/ Austin Davis/ Dustin Almond/ Jeff Kelly/ Passing Efficiency (min. 150 comp.) Lee Roberts/ Jeff Kelly/ Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ Brett Favre/ Total Offense Pl/Yards (TDRF) Austin Davis/ /3,848 (34) Austin Davis/ /3,636 (32) Austin Davis/ /3,555 (30) Dustin Almond/ /2,763 (25) Jeff Kelly/ /2,645 (18) Pass Receptions DeAndre Brown/ Sherrod Gideon/ LeRoy Handy/ Kelvin Bolden/ Shawn Mills/ Receiving Yardage Yds/C Sherrod Gideon/1998 1,186/66 DeAndre Brown/2008 1,117/67 Cliff Coggin/1949 1,087/53 Sherrod Gideon/1997 1,008/54 Todd Pinkston/ /48 Yards Per Reception (min. 30 rec.) Cliff Coggin/ Todd Pinkston/ Kendrick Lee/ Louis Lipps/ Sherrod Gideon/ Receiving Touchdowns Sherrod Gideon/ DeAndre Brown/ Todd Pinkston/ DeAndre Brown/ Sherrod Gideon/ Bill Mikel/ Cliff Coggin/ All-Purpose Yardage Sam Dejarnette/1982 1,982 Damion Fletcher/2007 1,860 Tracey Lampley/2011 1,798 Damion Fletcher/2008 1,559 Damion Fletcher/2006 1,530 Most Punts Mike Wright/ Mark Haulman/ Luke Johnson/ Dickie Dunaway/ Mark Haulman/ Highest Punting Average (min. 50 punts) Ray Guy/ Ray Guy/ Luke Johnson/ Ray Guy/ Mike Wright/ Punt Return Yardage R/Yds James Henry/ /556 Andrew Mott/ /465 Louis Lipps/ /462 Marvin Young/ /450 Tracey Lampley/ /356 Punt Return Average (min. 20 att.) Tracey Lampley/ Shawn Mills/ Kenneth Johnson/ Marvin Young/ James Henry/ Kickoff Returns Freddie Parham/ Tory Harrison/ Willie Tullos/ Andrew Mott/ Arnold Thomas/ Kickoff Return Average (min. 20 att.) Eric Booth/ John Eubanks/ Freddie Parham/ Darryl Tillman/ Barry Boyd/ Scoring Excluding Kickers Sammy Winder/ Harold Shaw/ Sam Dejarnette/ Hugh Laurin Pepper/ Sherrod Gideon/ Kick Scoring Danny Hrapmann/ Danny Hrapmann/ Darren McCaleb/ Damion Fletcher/ Darren McCaleb/ Southern Miss Football

123 Player Superlatives Touchdowns Responsible For Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ Austin Davis/ Dustin Almond/ Lee Roberts/ Field Goals Made Danny Hrapmann/ Danny Hrapmann/ Darren McCaleb/ Steve Clark/ Darren McCaleb/ Darren McCaleb/ Rex Banks/ Steve Clark/ Extra Points Made Danny Hrapmann/ Danny Hrapmann/ Darren McCaleb/ Justin Estes/ Britt Barefoot/ Darren McCaleb/ Interceptions Ray Guy/ Billy Devrow/ Bubba Phillips/ Steve Fore/ Bubba Phillips/ Frank Spruiell/ Unassisted Tackles Rod Davis/ Ron Cheatham/ Mike Dennery/ Rod Davis/ Marchant Kenney/ Assisted Tackles Korey Williams/ Bud Brown/ Ronnie Thornton/ Kevis Coley/ Mike Dennery/ Total Tackles Mike Dennery/ Ron Cheatham/ Rod Davis/ Rod Davis/ Michael Boley/ Quarterback Sacks Adalius Thomas/ Cedric Scott/ Michael Boley/ Rod Davis/ Jamie Collins/ Chris Jackson/ Tackles For Loss Rod Davis/ Michael Boley/ T.J. Slaughter/ Cordarro Law/ Jamie Collins/ Michael Boley/ Rod Davis/ Adalius Thomas/ Pass Breakups Greg Brooks/ Patrick Surtain/ Greg Brooks/ Leo Barnes/ Jamaal Alexander/ Collins Hess/ Forced Fumbles Michael Boley/ Rod Davis/ Jamie Collins/ Cordarro Law/ Cordarro Law/ Chad Williams/ Mark Carmichael/ Fumbles Recovered Melvin Ratcliff/ Dasman McCullum/ Kevis Coley/ Willie B. Moore/ George Tillman/ Career Rushing Yards Damion Fletcher/ ,302 Ben Garry/ ,595 Derrick Nix/ , ,584 Sammy Winder/ ,114 Sam Dejarnette/ ,908 Rushing Attempts Damion Fletcher/ ,009 Derrick Nix/ , Sammy Winder/ Ben Garry/ Sam Dejarnette/ Rushing Touchdowns Damion Fletcher/ Sammy Winder/ Harold Shaw/ Derrick Nix/ , Ben Garry/ southernmiss.com

124 Player Superlatives Passing Yards Yds/C/A Austin Davis/ ,892/933/1,527 Brett Favre/ ,695/613/1,169 Dustin Almond/ ,342/538/1,052 Jeff Kelly/ ,095/571/975 Lee Roberts/ ,289/473/832 Touchdown Passes Austin Davis/ Lee Roberts/ Brett Favre/ Dustin Almond/ Jeff Kelly/ Passing Efficiency (min. 250 comp.) Austin Davis/ Lee Roberts/ Jeff Kelly/ Dustin Almond/ Brett Favre/ Completion Percentage (min. 250 comp.) Austin Davis/ Jeff Kelly/ Lee Roberts/ Jeff Bower/ Jeremy Young/ Interception Avoidance (min. 250 comp.) Austin Davis/ Reggie Collier/ Dustin Almond/ Jeremy Young/ Lee Roberts/ Total Offense Pl/Yds Austin Davis/ ,987/12,267 Brett Favre/ ,363/7,606 Dustin Almond/ ,314/7,602 Jeff Kelly/ ,270/7,113 Lee Roberts/ /5,777 Receptions Sherrod Gideon/ Shawn Nelson/ Todd Pinkston/ LeRoy Handy/ DeAndre Brown/ Receiving Yards Sherrod Gideon/ ,214 Todd Pinkston/ ,366 DeAndre Brown/ ,207 Shawn Nelson/ ,054 LeRoy Handy/ ,890 Touchdown Receptions Sherrod Gideon/ DeAndre Brown/ Todd Pinkston/ Marvin Young/ Shawn Nelson/ Yards Per Reception (min. 50 catches) Cliff Coggin/ Lyneal Alston/ Marvin Harvey/ Darryl Tillman/ DeAndre Brown/ Sherrod Gideon/ All-Purpose Yards Damion Fletcher/ ,253 Bubba Phillips/ ,968 Tracy Lampley/ ,498 Ben Garry/ ,071 Derrick Nix/ , ,005 Most Punts Billy Knighten/ Scott Bryant/ Mike Wright/ Bruce Thompson/ Mark Haulman/ Highest Punt Average (min. 70 kicks) Ray Guy/ Luke Johnson/ Mark Haulman/ Jamie Purser/ Mike Wright/ Dickie Dunaway/ Punt Returns Andrew Mott/ Ricky Floyd/ Tracy Lampley/ Louis Lipps/ Tony Smith/ Punt Return Average (min. 25 att.) Kendrick Lee/ Bubba Phillips/ James Henry/ Steve Fore/ Marvin Young/ Kickoff Returns John Eubanks/ Darryl Tillman/ Tracy Lampley/ Freddie Parham/ Tory Harrison/ Kickoff Return Average (min. 25 att.) Eric Booth/ Chris Buckhalter/ Johnny Johnson/ John Eubanks/ Freddie Parham/ Scoring Excluding Kickers Damion Fletcher/ Sammy Winder/ Bubba Phillips/ Southern Miss Football

125 Player Superlatives Harold Shaw/ Derrick Nix/ , Dawayne Woods/ Bucky McElroy/ Kick Scoring Darren McCaleb/ Danny Hrapmann/ Steve Clark/ Brant Hanna/ Rex Banks/ Touchdowns Responsible For Austin Davis/ Dustin Almond/ Jeff Kelly/ Brett Favre/ Lee Roberts/ Field Goals Darren McCaleb/ Danny Hrapmann/ Steve Clark/ Rex Banks/ Brant Hanna/ Field Goals Attempted Darren McCaleb/ Danny Hrapmann/ Rex Banks/ Steve Clark/ Ray Guy/ Extra Points Darren McCaleb/ Danny Hrapmann/ Brant Hanna/ Steve Clark/ Justin Estes/ Extra Points Attempted Darren McCaleb/ Danny Hrapmann/ Brant Hanna/ Steve Clark/ Justin Estes/ Interceptions Int/Yds Bubba Phillips/ /490 Ray Guy/ /257 Patrick Surtain/ /212 Billy Devrow/ /116 Kerry Valrie/ /257 Interception Touchdowns Leo Barnes/ Perry Carter/ Deron Wilson/2010-Present 3 Larry Ussery/ Unassisted Tackles Rod Davis/ Clump Taylor/ Marchant Kenney/ Onesimus Henry/ Mike Dennery/ Assisted Tackles Clump Taylor/ Sidney Coleman/ Eugene Harmon/ Gerald McRath/ Ronnie Thornton/ Total Tackles Rod Davis/ Clump Taylor/ Onesimus Henry/ Sidney Coleman/ Mike Dennery/ Quarterback Sacks Adalius Thomas/ Michael Boley/ Cordarro Law/ Cedric Scott/ Jamie Collins/ Tackles For Loss Rod Davis/ /237 Adalius Thomas/ /347 Michael Boley/ /228 T.J. Slaughter/ /151 Cordarro Law/ /315 Pass Breakups Greg Brooks/ Deron Wilson 2010-Present 34 Patrick Surtain/ C.J. Bailey/ Etric Pruitt/ Forced Fumbles Cordarro Law/ Brandon Sumrall/ Michael Boley/ Chad Williams/ Jamie Collins/ Rod Davis/ Fumble Recoveries Melvin Ratcliff/ Rod Davis/ Kerry Valrie/ Michael Boley/ Etric Pruitt/ Tim Smith/ George Tillman/ southernmiss.com

126 Seasonal Leaders Rushing Year Name No. Yards Avg Kendrick Hardy Desmond Johnson Jamal Woodyard Kendrick Hardy Damion Fletcher 219 1, Damion Fletcher 219 1, Damion Fletcher 295 1, Damion Fletcher 276 1, Larry Thomas Anthony Harris Anthony Harris Derrick Nix 219 1, Dawayne Woods Dawayne Woods Derrick Nix 255 1, Derrick Nix 226 1, Harold Shaw 245 1, Eric Booth Chris Buckhalter Chris Buckhalter Barry Boyd Michael Welch Tony Smith Tony Smith Rickey Bradley Rickey Bradley Shelton Gandy 225 1, Vincent Alexander Vincent Alexander Vincent Alexander Sam Dejarnette Sam Dejarnette 311 1, Sammy Winder 228 1, Sammy Winder Sammy Winder Tiko Beal Ben Garry 219 1, Ben Garry 236 1, Ben Garry David Hosemann Doyle Orange Doyle Orange Doyle Orange Larry Moulton Larry Moulton Johnny Johnson Johnny Johnson Milo McCarthy Vic Purvis Vic Purvis Harmon Brannon John Sklopan Don Fuell Don Fuell Buddy Supple Buddy Supple Bo Dickinson Bo Dickinson Eddie Cardenas Fred Smallwood Hugh Laurin Pepper Hugh Laurin Pepper 144 1, Bucky McElroy Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Passing Year Name Att.-Comp.-Int. Yards TD 2013 Nick Mullens , Anthony Alford Austin Davis , Austin Davis , Martevious Young , Austin Davis , Jeremy Young , Jeremy Young , Dustin Almond , Dustin Almond , Dustin Almond , Micky D Angelo , Jeff Kelly , Jeff Kelly , Jeff Kelly , Lee Roberts , Lee Roberts , Lee Roberts , Heath Graham , Heath Graham , Kevin Bentley Tommy Waters , Tommy Waters , Brett Favre , Brett Favre , Brett Favre , Brett Favre , Andrew Anderson , Andrew Anderson , Robert Ducksworth Robert Ducksworth , Reggie Collier , Reggie Collier , Reggie Collier , Dane McDaniel Dane McDaniel Ken Alderman Jeff Bower Jeff Bower , Jeff Bower , Buddy Palazzo , Rick Donegan , Rick Donegan , Rick Donegan , Tommy Boutwell , Tommy Boutwell Mike McClellan Vic Purvis Vic Purvis Vic Purvis Bobby Coleman Don Fuell Don Fuell Don Fuell George Sekul George Sekul Bobby Hughes George Herring George Herring Jim Davenport Billy Jarrell Tom LeGros Bobby Holmes Bobby Holmes Vernon Wells Vernon Wells Southern Miss Football

127 Seasonal Leaders Total Offense Year Name Plays Yards TD 2013 Nick Mullens Anthony Alford Austin Davis 585 3, Austin Davis 587 3, Martevious Young 302 2, Austin Davis 609 3, Jeremy Young 325 1, Jeremy Young 362 1, Dustin Almond 430 2, Dustin Almond 327 1, Dustin Almond 343 2, Micky D Angelo 293 1, Jeff Kelly 457 2, Jeff Kelly 489 2, Jeff Kelly 310 1, Lee Roberts 360 2, Lee Roberts 386 2, Lee Roberts 182 1, Heath Graham 372 1, Heath Graham 238 1, Kevin Bentley Tommy Waters 254 1, Tommy Waters 302 1, Brett Favre 317 1, Brett Favre 424 2, Brett Favre 370 2, Brett Favre 251 1, Andrew Anderson 262 1, Andrew Anderson 262 1, Robert Ducksworth 255 1, Robert Ducksworth 275 1, Reggie Collier 369 2, Reggie Collier 292 2, Reggie Collier 326 1, Dane McDaniel Tiko Beal Ben Garry 226 1, Ben Garry 236 1, Jeff Bower 247 1, Jeff Bower 303 1, Jeff Bower 336 1, Buddy Palazzo 396 1, Rick Donegan 245 1, Rick Donegan 385 1, Rick Donegan 205 1, Tommy Boutwell 420 1, Tommy Boutwell Milo McCarthy Vic Purvis 353 1, Vic Purvis 231 1, Vic Purvis Billy Coleman 191 1, Don Fuell 205 1, Don Fuell 149 1, Don Fuell George Sekul George Sekul Bobby Hughes George Herring Fred Smallwood Hugh Laurin Pepper Hugh Laurin Pepper 145 1, Bucky McElroy Bobby Holmes Bobby Holmes 89 1, Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Pass Receiving Year Name No. Yards TD 2013 Markese Triplett Tracy Lampley Kelvin Bolden Johdrick Morris DeAndre Brown DeAndre Brown 67 1, Torris Magee Shawn Nelson Shawn Nelson Antwon Courington Marvin Young Chris Johnson LeRoy Handy Shawn Mills Todd Pinkston Sherrod Gideon 66 1, Sherrod Gideon 54 1, Kendrick Lee Fred Brock Mark Montgomery Fred Brock Myreon McKinney Greg Reed Greg Reed Michael Jackson Darryl Tillman Alfred Williams Darryl Tillman Lyneal Alston Robert Ray Stallings Lyneal Alston Louis Lipps Louis Lipps Raymond Powell Marvin Harvey Marvin Harvey Larry Taylor Chuck Brown Chuck Brown John Cannon John Cannon Greg Pieper John Sawyer Harvey McGee Doug Parker Steve Broussard Billy Mikel Billy Mikel Danny Haley Danny Haley Clyde Dowd Robert Brown Bill Gorney Robert Brown Billy Lyons Charley Dedwyler Tommy Morrow Andin McLeod Bob Yencho J.C. Arban Jerry Taylor Leonard Williams Hub Waters Ted Trenton Hub Waters Bob McKellar Bob McKellar Ivan Rosamond Cliff Coggin 53 1, Cliff Coggin Hindu Reynolds southernmiss.com

128 Seasonal Leaders Scoring Year Name TD PAT FG 2-Pt Pts 2013 Corey Acosta Corey Acosta Danny Hrapmann Danny Hrapmann Tory Harrison DeAndre Brown Damion Fletcher Darren McCaleb Darren McCaleb Darren McCaleb Darren McCaleb Curt Jones Dawayne Woods Brant Hanna Todd Pinkston Sherrod Gideon Harold Shaw Johnny Lomoro Chris Pierce Chris Pierce Johnny Lomoro Lance Nations Michael Welch Jim Taylor Rickey Bradley Chris Seroka Chris Seroka Shelton Gandy Rex Banks Rex Banks Steve Clark Sam Dejarnette Sammy Winder Reggie Collier Sammy Winder Ricky Floyd Randy Boyette Ben Garry Ben Garry Ben Garry Eddie Tate Ricky Palmer Doyle Orange Doyle Orange Larry Moulton Billy Mikel Tommy Boutwell Johnny Johnson Milo McCarthy Vic Purvis John Laird Rabbit Brown Johnny Sklopan Don Fuell Don Fuell Buddy Supple Bobby Lance Bobby Lance Bo Dickinson Lawrence Meeks Fred Smallwood H. Laurin Pepper H. Laurin Pepper Scrappy Hart Bucky McElroy Bubba Phillips Cliff Coggin Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Punting Year Name No. Yards Average 2013 Tyler Sarrazin 44 1, Peter Boehme 63 2, Peter Boehme 46 1, Peter Boehme 50 1, Peter Boehme 54 2, Britt Barefoot 49 1, Britt Barefoot 48 2, Britt Barefoot 52 2, Luke Johnson 53 2, Luke Johnson 67 2, Luke Johnson 79 3, Mark Haulman 80 3, Mark Haulman 65 2, Mark Haulman 76 3, Jamie Purser 54 2, Jamie Purser 51 2, Jack Gabriel 52 2, Jamie Purser 44 1, Chris Pierce 70 2, Chris Pierce 58 2, Eric Estes 62 2, Eric Estes 63 2, Scott Bryant 61 2, Scott Bryant 68 2, Scott Bryant 61 2, Scott Bryant 61 2, Billy Knighten 65 2, Billy Knighten 64 2, Billy Knighten 57 2, Billy Knighten 67 2, Larry Boyd 60 2, Bruce Thompson 51 2, Bruce Thompson 55 2, Bruce Thompson 63 2, Bruce Thompson 68 2, Mike Wright 69 2, Mike Wright 82 3, Mike Wright 68 2, Ricky Palmer Ricky Palmer 50 1, Ricky Palmer 59 2, Ray Guy 58 2, Ray Guy 73 3, Ray Guy 69 3, John Hale 69 2, Sonny Orrell 431 1, Dickie Dunaway 58 2, Dickie Dunaway 78 3, Dickie Dunaway 63 2, John Laird 45 1, John Laird 45 1, Jerrel Wilson 33 1, Jerrel Wilson Morris Meador Morris Meador George Sekul Jack May Bo Dickinson 29 1, George Herring 36 1, George Herring Bucky McElroy 34 1, Bucky McElroy 27 1, Scrappy Hart 63 2, Clint Arnold 73 2, Clint Arnold 46 1, Benny Ray Nobles 43 1, Benny Ray Nobles 55 1, Southern Miss Football

129 Seasonal Leaders Punt Returns Year Name No. Yards Avg. TD 2013 Jalen Richard Tracy Lampley Tracy Lampley Tracy Lampley Tracy Lampley Andre Watson Brandon Sumrall Jasper Faulk Jasper Faulk John Eubanks Marvin Young Marvin Young Kenneth Johnson Kenneth Johnson Shawn Mills Eddie Shaw Sherrod Gideon Kendrick Lee Ryan Pearson L.T. Gulley L.T. Gulley Perry Carter Perry Carter Tony Smith Tony Smith James Henry James Henry Andrew Mott Andrew Mott Andrew Mott Louis Lipps Louis Lipps Ricky Floyd Ricky Floyd Ricky Floyd Ricky Floyd Willie Tullis Malachi Henry Malachi Henry Barry Gibson Brad Byrne Barry Gibson Johnny Dragg Gerry Saggus Arnold Thomas Larry Ussery Steve Fore Tommy Brennon Billy Devrow Herman Nall Tommy Youmans Jimmy Havard Don Fuell Tommy Morrow Buddy Supple Willie Coats J.C. Arban J.C. Arban J.C. Arban Ted Trenton Carl Bolt Billy Jarrell Milton White Milton White Bubba Phillips Bobby Holmes Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Kickoff Returns Year Name No. Yards Avg. TD 2013 Justin Sims Justin Sims Tracy Lampley Reggie Hunt Freddie Parham Freddie Parham Tory Harrison Brandon Sumrall John Eubanks John Eubanks John Eubanks John Eubanks Chris Johnson Raymond Walls Shawn Mills Brandon Francis Eric Booth Eric Booth Fred Brock Chris Buckhalter Barry Boyd Terryl Ulmer Tony Smith Terryl Ulmer Darryl Tillman James Henry Darryl Tillman Andrew Mott Andrew Mott Sam Dejarnette Vincent Alexander Sam Dejarnette Sam Dejannette Ricky Floyd Mike Woodard Chuck Cook Chuck Cook Willie Tullis Carlos Montgomery Curtis Dickey Carlos Montgomery Carlos Montgomery Brad Byrne Willie Heidelburg Willie Heidelburg Arnold Thomas Larry Moulton Johnny Johnson Tommy Brennon Glen Bynum Herman Nall Herman Nall John Sklopan Don Fuell Tommy Morrow Buddy Supple George Sekul Bobby Lance J.C. Arban Lawrence Meeks J.C. Arban Fred Smallwood Brooks Tisdale Jackson Brumfield Billy Jarrell Bucky McElroy Bucky McElroy Morris Brown Morris Brown Ed Langford Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips southernmiss.com

130 Seasonal Leaders Tackles (Since 1971) Year Name Tackles 2013 DeBarriaus Miller Jamie Collins Ronnie Thornton Korey Williams Korey Williams Gerald McRath Gerald McRath Gerald McRath Kevis Coley Michael Boley Rod Davis Rod Davis Rod Davis Chad Williams T. J. Slaughter T. J. Slaughter Lytrel Pollard Marchant Kenney Eugene Harmon Eugene Harmon Tyrone Nix Tyrone Nix Thad McDowell Arnie Williams William Kirksey George Hill Onesimus Henry Sidney Coleman Onesimus Henry Greg Haeusler Bud Brown Jerald Baylis Greg Kelly Ron Brown Ronald Clump Taylor Ronald Clump Taylor Ronald Clump Taylor Freeman Horton Ronald Cheatham Ronald Cheatham Mike Dennery Mike Dennery Kyle Gantt 130 Interceptions Year Name No. Yards Avg. TD 2013 Six Tied with Five Tied with Deron Wilson Justin Wilson Eddie Hicks Eddie Hicks Justin Wilson Brandon Sumrall LeVance Richmond Caleb Hendrix Brandon Sumrall John Eubanks Trevis Coley Etric Pruitt Greg Brooks Trevis Coley Etric Pruitt Leroy Johnson Greg Brooks Leo Barnes Leo Barnes Terrence Parrish Leo Barnes Patrick Surtain Patrick Surtain Rod Thomas Derrick Hervey Perry Carter Perry Carter Pat Wyn Derrick Hoskins Kerry Valrie Kerry Valrie Kerry Williams Ben Washington Kerry Valrie Darrell Williams Onesimus Henry Darrell Williams James Cooper Tim Smith James Cooper Bud Brown Eddie Ray Walker Danny Jackson Chuck Cook David Odom Hanford Dixon Mike Crenshaw David Odom Don Law Ronald Cheatham Rick Gemmel Don Law Norris Thomas Eugene Bird Ray Guy Doug White Ray Guy Craig Logan Craig Logan Mike Harris Steve Fore Billy Devroe Billy Devroe Robert Brown James Berry Hamon Brennon James Berry Billy Coleman Mike Olander Tommy Morrow Rene Lorio Arnold Spence George Sekul Doug Barfield Jack May Bill Martin Carl Bolt Billy Jarrell Milton White Jackie Howard Milton White Bubba Phillips Bubba Phillips Frank Spruiell Bubba Phillips Three Tied with Southern Miss Football

131 Team Records Single-Game Offense Rushing Most Carries: 78 vs. CS-Fullerton, 1975 Most Yards: 502 vs. Virginia Tech, 1958 Fewest Yards: 1 at Alabama, 1999 Most Touchdowns: 9 vs. UAB, 2008; vs. Cal State- Fullerton, 1975 Passing Most Attempts: 62 at Rice, 2008 Most Completions: 38 at South Carolina, 2010 Most Interceptions: 6 vs. East Carolina, 1994 Most Yards: 461 at Rice, 2008 Most Touchdowns: 5 at UAB, 2013; vs. UCF, 2005; vs. Houston, 2001; vs. UL Lafayette, 1998 Fewest Attempts: 2 vs. UT-Arlington, 1981 Fewest Completions: 1 vs. eight opponents Total Offense Most Plays: 103 vs. East Carolina, 1968 Fewest Plays: 46 at Alabama, 1992 Most Yards Gained: 654 vs. Rice, 2011 Fewest Yards: 54 at Alabama, 1992 Most Touchdowns: 11 vs. NW State, 1951 Punting Most Punts: 13 vs. Mississippi, 1966 Most Yards: 524 vs. Mississippi, 1966 Highest Average: 54.8 vs. Mississippi, 1972 Punt Returns Most Returns: 9 vs. VMI, 1971 Most Yards Gained: 177 vs. Alabama, 1949 Most Touchdowns: 2 vs. East Carolina, 1987 and Ala., 1949 Kickoff Returns Most Returns: 10 vs. Marshall, 2012 and San Diego State, 1968 Most Yards Gained: 244 vs. Virginia, 2009 Most Touchdowns: 1 vs. 13 opponents, most recently vs. Nebraska, 2012 Scoring Most Points: 76 vs. NW State, 1951 Least Points: 0; several times; most recently vs. Utah, 2003 Most Combined Points: 106, Southern Miss 50, Tulsa 56, 2010 Greatest Margin of Victory: 76 (76-0) vs. Northwestern State, 1951 Greatest Margin of Defeat: 87 by Spring Hill, 1916 Most Touchdowns: 11 vs. NW State, 1951 Most Points in a Half: 49 at UAB, 2013; vs. UAB, 2008 Most Points in a Quarter: 33 vs. La. Tech, 1967 Most Extra Points Att.: 11 vs. NW State, 1951 Most Extra Points Made: 10 vs. UAB, 2008; vs. Cal State-Fullerton, 1975 Most Field Goals Made: 5 vs. ECU, 2010 and UCF, 2011 Highest Losing Score: 50 at Tulsa, 2010 First Downs Most: 35 vs. East Carolina, 1968 Fewest: 3 at Alabama, 1982 Most 1st Downs-Rushing: 25 vs. CS-Fullerton, 1975 Most First Downs-Passing: 22 at Rice, 2008 Most First Downs-Penalty: 6 at UAB, 2013 Third Down Conversions Best Percentage: 80.0 (12/15) vs. UL- Monroe, 1993 Worst Percentage: 7.1 (1/14) at Auburn, 2008; at Alabama, 1992 Fourth-Down Conversions Best Percentage: 100 (3/3) vs. Marshall, 2008; vs. Houston, 1997; (2/2) 11 times; (1/1) many times Fumbles Most: 8 vs. four opponents, most recently vs. Northwestern (La.) State, 1987 Most Lost: 5 vs. four opponents, most recently vs. Brigham Young, 1976 Most Recovered: 6 vs. Troy State, 1977 Penalties Most: 15 vs. five opponents, most recently vs. East Carolina, 2010 Most Yards Penalized: 175 vs. Memphis, 1955; Trinity, 1959 Most Two Teams: 26 vs. Nevada, 1997 Most Yards/Two Teams: 265 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1996 Interceptions Most: 7 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1967 Fumbles Most Caused: 8 vs. four opponents, most recently vs. NW State, 1987 Most Recovered: 5 vs. five opponents, most recently vs. Troy State, 1977 Turnovers Most Forced: 8 vs. Troy State, 1977 Tackles For Loss Most: 20 vs. Northwestern (La.) State, 1999 Quarterback Sacks Most: 11 at Houston, 2000 Pass Deflections Most: 14 vs. Tulane, 1984 Single-Game Defense First Downs Fewest Allowed: 0 vs. East Carolina, 1968 Most Allowed: 39 at Houston, 2009 Fewest Rushing Allowed: 0 vs. ECU, 1968 Fewest Passing Allowed: 0 vs. ECU, 1968 Third Down Conversion Lowest Percentage: 7.1 (1/14) by UNT, 1981 Highest Percentage: 80.0 (12/15) by Nebraska, 2012 Fourth Down Conversion Highest Percentage: (3/3) Four times, last by UCF, 2012; (2/2) Eight times; (1/1) many times Total Defense Fewest Plays: 23 vs. Southeastern La, 1948 Fewest Yards: 5 vs. Elon, 1955 Rushing Defense Fewest Rushes: 10 vs. three opponents Fewest Yards: -57 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1965 Pass Defense Fewest Passes Attempted: 3 vs. Alabama, 1981 Fewest Passes Completed: 1 vs. three opps., most recently vs. Utah State, 1974 Lowest Percentage Completed:.10 vs. Utah State, 1974 Fewest Yards: -5 vs. Arkansas State, 1980 Most Yards on Interceptions: 266 vs. La Tech, southernmiss.com

132 Team Records Season Offense Rushing Most Yards: 3,651 in 1952 Most Attempts: 662 in 1975 Fewest Yards: 875 in 2013 Most Yards per Rush: 7.37 in 1952 Most Yards per Game: in 1952 Fewest Yards per Game: 72.9 in 2013 Most Touchdowns: 39 in 1952 Passing Most Attempts: 489 in 2011 Most Completions: 294 in 2010 Most Yards: 3,422 in 2011 Fewest Yards: 916 in 1976 Most Yards per Game: in 2011 Highest Completion Pct:.624 in 2010 Lowest Completion Pct:.346 in 1965 Most Touchdowns: 32 in 2011 Most Interceptions: 28 in 1969 Least Interceptions: 4 in 1980, 1981 Total Offense Total Plays: 1042 in 2011 Most Yards: 6,459 in 2011 Fewest Yards: 2,879 in 1978 Most Yards per Game: in 2011 High. Avg. per Play: 6.2 in 2011 Most Touchdowns: 57 in 1952 Punting Most Punts: 84 in 2003 Fewest Punts: 36 in 1961 Highest Average per Punt: in 1972 Punt Returns Most Returns: 57 in 1966 Fewest Returns: 6 in 2012 Most Yards: 640 in 1987 Most Touchdowns: 4 in 1987 Kickoff Returns Most Returns: 64 in 2009 Fewest Returns: 18 in 1955, 1963 Most Yards: 1,586 in 2009 Most TDs: 2 in 1948, 1952, 1989, 2009 Scoring Most Points: 516 in 2011 Fewest Points: 127 in 1965 Most Points per Game: 36.9 in 2011 Most Touchdowns: 63 in 2011 Fewest Touchdowns: 19 in 1984 Most Extra Points Made: 62 in 2011 Most Field Goals Made: 26 in 2010 Most Field Goals Att.: 34 in 2011 Extra Pts (Run/Pass) Made: 11 in 1962 Most Extra Point Kicks Made: 61 in 2011 First Downs Most: 328 in 2011 Least: 154 in 1978 Most Rushing: 167 in 1952 Most Passing: 158 in 2010 Most by Penalty: 27 in 2005, 2011, 2013 Fumbles Most: 49 in 1974 Most Lost: 25 in 1972 Fewest: 13 in 1998 Fewest Lost: 5 in 1996 Rushing Defense Fewest Yards: 541 in 1967 Fewest Yds per Game: 60.0 in 1966 Lowest Avg/ per Play: 1.55 in 1967 Fewest Touchdowns: 2 in 1957 Passing Defense Fewest Yards: 439 in 1955 Fewest Yards per Game: 43.9 in 1955 Lowest Completion Pct.:.354 in 1965 Fewest Touchdowns: 1 in 1963 Most Interceptions: 24 in 1994 Most Yards on INTs: 519 in 2011 Most Touchdowns on INTs: 8 in 2011 Total Defense Fewest Yards: 1,181 in 1963 Fewest Yards per Game: in 1955 Lowest Average per Play: 2.30 in 1955 Fewest TDs: 7 in 1955 and 1965 Scoring Fewest Points (9 games): 55 in 1958 Fewest Points (10 games): 49 in 1955 Fewest Points (11 games): 62 in 1967 Most Shutouts: 7 in 1957 Tackles for Loss Most: 116 in 2000 Fewest: (10) four times; most recent in 1984 Pass Deflections Most: 81 in 2000 Fewest: 26 in 2013 Quarterback Sacks Most: 52 in 1998 Fewest: 13 in 1984, 2013 Season Defense Fumbles Most Caused: 47 in 1974 and 1977 Most Recovered: 27 in 1977 Blocked Kicks Blocked Kicks: 7 in 1999, 1995 Blocked Punts: 4 in 2002 First Downs Fewest Allowed: 75 in 1963 Fewest Rushing Allowed: 44 in 1965 Fewest Passing Allowed: 23 in 1955 and 1963 Fewest by Penalty Allowed: 5 in 1949 Team Streaks Victories: 15 from Defeats: 23 in Home Victories: 15 from Shutouts: 4 in 1957 and 1963 Shutouts by Opponents: 2 in 1951 Winning Seasons: 18 from Losing Seasons: 7 from Games for Scoring: 128 from 2004 to 2013 Games Scored Against: 63 from 2009 to Southern Miss Football

133 Home Stadium Records Carlisle-Faulkner Field at M.M. Roberts Stadium Records Single-Game Records Since 1976 Rushing Most Yards Gained USM Individual: 304 by Sam Dejarnette against Florida State, 1982 Opponent Individual: 261 by J. J. Arrington of California, 2004 USM Team: 463 against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team: 404 by Florida State, 1987 Two Teams: 690 USM against UL Lafayette, 2008 Most Attempts USM Individual: 43 by Sam Dejarnette against Florida State, 1982 Opponent Individual: 43 by Kevin Smith at UCF, 2007 USM Team: 73 against Louisville, 1982 Opponent Team: 72 by Mississippi, 1976 Two Teams: 117 USM against Mississippi State, 1976 Most Touchdowns USM Individual: 5 by Austin Davis against UAB, 2008 Opponent Individual: 3 by Paul Smith of Tulsa, 2005 USM Team: 9 against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team: 6 by North Texas, 2013 Two Teams: 9 USM against UAB, 2008; Samford, 1994 Longest Gain USM Individual: 84 by Reggie Collier against Texas-Arlington, 1981 Opponent Individual: 80 by Darius Passmore, Marshall, 2008 Passing Most Attempts USM Individual: 53 by Allan Bridgford against Texas State, 2013 Opponent Individual: 59 by Deontey Kenner of Cincinnati, 1999 USM Team: 53 vs. Texas State, 2013 Opponent Team: 59 by Cincinnati, 1999 Two Teams: 102 USM against East Carolina, 1995 Most Completions USM Individual: 30 by Austin Davis against UAB, 2010 Opponent Individual: 35 by Deontey Kenner of Cincinnati, 1999; by Martin Hankins of Memphis, 2007 USM Team: 30 against UAB, 2010 Opponent Team: 35 by Cincinnati, 1999; by Memphis, 2007 Two Teams: 53, USM against East Carolina, 1995 Most Yards Gained USM Individual: 400 by Jeff Kelly vs. Tulane, 2001 Opponent Individual: 467 by David Piland of Houston, 2010 USM Team: 409 against Tulane, 2001 Opponent Team: 467 by Houston, 2010 Two Teams: 760, USM against Houston, 2010 Highest Completion Percentage USM Team:.875 (7-8) against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team:.750 (12-16) by UCF, 2007 Two Teams:.714 (20-28) USM against North Texas, 1979 Most Interceptions USM Individual: 4 by Stephen Reaves against Rice, 2007; by Dustin Almond against Tulsa, 2005; Jeff Kelly against Louisville, 2000; Tommy Waters against Pittsburgh, 1993; Brett Favre against Florida State, 1987 Opponent Individual: 6 by Bradley of Arkansas State, 1979 USM Team: 5 against Florida State, 1987 Opponent Team: 6 by Louisville, 1982; Arkansas State, 1979 Two Teams: 7 against Florida State, 1987; Louisville 1982, Louisiana Tech, 1984; Arkansas State, 1979 Most Touchdowns USM Individual: 5 by Dustin Almond against UCF, 2005; Lee Roberts against Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 Opponent Individual: 5 by Jeff Blake of East Carolina, southernmiss.com

134 Home Stadium Records USM Team: 5 against UCF, 2005; against Houston, 2001; against Louisville, 1998; against Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 Opponent Team: 5 by East Carolina, 1991 Two Teams: 8, USM against UCF, 2005 Longest Pass USM Individual: 97 by Austin Davis against East Carolina, 2008 Opponent Individual: 84 by Rusty Trail, Memphis, 1988 Total Offense Most Plays USM Individual: 57 by Austin Davis against UAB, 2010 Opponent Individual: 69 by Jameel Sewell of Virginia, 2009 USM Team: 96 against Louisiana Tech, 1982 Opponent Team: 96 by Cincinnati, 1999 Two Teams: 174 USM against UAB, 2010 Most Yards Gained USM Individual: 416 by Arsenio Favor against UTEP, 2012 Opponent Individual: 484 by G.J. Kinne of Tulsa, 2009 USM Team: 654 against Rice, 2011 Opponent Team: 629 by Marshall, 2012 Two Teams: 1,133 USM against Houston, 2010 Receiving Most Receptions USM Individual: 12 by Tyre oune Holmes vs. Texas State, 2013 Opponent Individual: 17 by Damaris Johnson of Tulsa, 2009 Most Yards Gained USM Individual: 193 by Rickey Bradley, Jr., vs. Texas State, 2013 Opponent Individual: 196 by Damaris Johnson of Tulsa, 2009 Most Touchdowns USM Individual: 3 by Todd Pinkston against Louisiana- Lafayette, 1999; by Sherrod Gideon against Louisiana- Lafayette, 1998 Opponent Individual: 3 by Hannibal Thomas of Cincinnati, 2004; Mike Jones, UAB, 2010 Punting Most Punts USM Individual: 10 by Mark Haulman against Illinois, 2002; by Billy Knighten against Jackson State, 1987 Opponent Individual: 13 by Bruce Gartman of Arkansas State, 1980 USM Team: 10 against Illinois, 2002; against Northwestern (La.) State, 1984; and Jackson State, 1987 Opponent Team: 13 by Arkansas State, 1980 Two Teams: 20 against East Carolina, 2000; Memphis, 2000 Highest Average USM Individual: 59.5 by Mark Haulman against Houston, 2001 Opponent Individual: 50.1 by Shane Lechier of Texas A&M, 1998 USM Team: 59.5 against Houston, 2001 Opponent Team: 50.1 by Texas A&M, 1998 Two Teams: 47.8 USM against Cincinnati, 1976 Most Yardage USM Individual: 441 by Mark Haulman against Illinois, 2002 Opponent Individual: 601 by Bruce Gartman of Arkansas State, 1980 USM Team: 441 against Illinois, 2002 Opponent Team: 601 by Arkansas State, 1980 Two Teams: 834 USM against Texas A&M, 1998 Longest Punt USM Individual: 76 by Eric Estes against Tulsa, 1992; Luke Johnson vs. USF, 2003 Opponent Individual: 72 by Mark Delozier of Tulsa, 1992 Scoring Most Points USM Individual: 30 by Austin Davis against UAB, 2008 Opponent Individual: 24 by Charles Clay of Tulsa, 2009 USM Team: 70 against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team: 61 by Florida State, 1987 Two Teams: 100 USM against Houston, 2010 Most Touchdowns USM Individual: 5 by Austin Davis against UAB, 2008 Opponent Individual: 4 by Charles Clay of Tulsa, 2009 USM Team: 10 against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team: 8 by North Texas, 2013; Marshall, 2012; Florida State, 1987 Two Teams: 13 USM against UAB, 2010; Houston, 2010 Most Points by Kick USM Individual: 19 by Danny Hrapmann against East Carolina, 2010 Opponent Individual: 13 by Derrek Schmidt of Florida State, 1987 Two Teams: 27, USM against UCF, 2011; vs. East Carolina, 2010 Most Extra Points Attempted USM Individual: 10 by Britt Barefoot against UAB, 2008 Opponent Individual: 8 by Zach Paul of North Texas, 2013; Justin Haig of Marshall, 2012 USM Team: 10 against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team: 8 by North Texas, 2013; Marshall, 2012 Most Extra Points Made USM Individual: 10 by Britt Barefoot against UAB, 2008 Opponent Individual: 8 by Justin Haig of Marshall, 2012 USM Team: 10 against UAB, 2008 Opponent Team: 8 by Marshall, 2012 Two Teams: 13 USM against Houston, Southern Miss Football

135 Home Stadium Records Most Field Goals Attempted USM Individual: 5 by Danny Hrapmann against East Carolina, 2010; Danny Hrapmann vs. UCF, 2011; Curt Jones vs. Louisville, 2002; by Chris Seroka vs. Memphis, 1988 Opponent Individual: 4 by Matt Reagan of Memphis, 2009; Ben Hartman of East Carolina, 2008; Bart Baldwin of Tulane, 1993; Dave Marler of Mississippi State, 1978 USM Team: 6 against UTEP, 2008 Opponent Team: 5 by Tulane, 1993 Two Teams: 9 USM against Tulane, 1993 Most Field Goals Made USM Individual: 5 by Danny Hrapmann vs. UCF, 2011; Danny Hrapmann vs. East Carolina, 2010; Darren McCaleb vs. Tulane, 2005; Chris Seroka against Memphis, 1988 Opponent Individual: 3 by Nick Cattoi of UCF, 2011; Russell Bynum of Texas A&M, 1998; Don Glosson of Memphis, 1984; Matt Reagan of Memphis, 2009 USM Team: 5 vs. UCF, 2011; East Carolina, 2010 Opponent Team: 3 by UCF, 2011; Texas A&M, 1998; Memphis, 1984; Louisville, 1984 Two Teams: 8 USM vs. UCF, 2011 Longest Field Goals Made USM: 55 by Chris Seroka against Louisiana-Monroe, 1987 Opponent: 54 by Warren Hardy, East Carolina, 2012; John Deraney of NC State, 2006 Interceptions Most Interceptions USM Individual: 2, 16 times; most recently by Marquese Wheaton, 2011 Opponent Individual: 3 by Anthony Floyd, Louisville, 2000 USM Team: 6 against Louisville, 1982; and Arkansas State, 1979 Opponent Team: 5 by Florida State, 1987 Two Teams: 7 USM against Florida State, 1987; and Arkansas State, 1979 Longest Return USM: 100 by Kendrick Presley vs. Memphis, 2011 Opponent: 74 by Barry Minter of Tulsa, 1992 Longest Touchdown Return USM: 100 by Kendrick Presley vs. Memphis, 2011 Opponent: 74 by Barry Minter of Tulsa, 1992 Punt Returns Most Punt Returns USM Individual: 7 by Andrew Mott against Louisiana Tech, 1984; Ricky Floyd against Louisiana-Lafayette, 1981 Opponent Individual: 6 by Damien Dorsey of Louisville, 2002; by Ryan Johnson of Memphis, 2000; by David Fischer of Mississippi, 1976 USM Team: 8 against Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 Opponent Team: 7 by Mississippi State, 1976 Two Teams: 12 USM against Louisiana Tech, 1984 Most Return Yards USM Individual: 146 by James Henry against East Carolina,1987 Opponent Individual: 91 by Eugene Wilson of Illinois, 2002 USM Team: 146 against East Carolina, 1987 Opponent Team: 91 by Illinois, 2002 Two Teams: 155 USM against East Carolina, 1987 Most Touchdowns USM Individual: 2 by James Henry against East Carolina, 1987 Opponent Individual: 1 by Eugene Wilson of Illinois, 2002; by Don Stokes of Virginia Tech, 1988; by Bill Ragans of Florida State, 1987; by Scott Warren of Florida State, 1977 USM Team: 2 against Virginia Tech, 1988; East Carolina, 1987 Opponent Team: 1 by Illinois, 2002; by Virginia Tech, 1988; by Florida State, 1987 and 1977 Two Teams: 3, USM against Virginia Tech, 1988 Longest Return USM: 89 by James Henry against Louisiana-Monroe, 1987 Opponent: 70 by Eugene Wilson of Illinois, 2002 Kickoff Returns Most Kickoff Returns USM Individual: 6 by Justin Sims against North Texas, 2013; Marshall, 2012; Tracy Lampley against Boise State, 2012; Darryl Tillman against Florida State, 1987 Opponent Individual: 8 by Tyron Carrier, Houston; Frantrell Forrest of UAB, 2008; Anthony Jordan of Samford, 1994 USM Team: 10 against Marshall, 2012 Opponent Team: 9 by Houston, 2010; East Carolina, 2010; UAB, 2008; Samford, 1994 Two Teams: 17 USM against East Carolina, 2010 Most Return Yards USM Individual: 158 by John Eubanks against Houston, 2004 Opponent Individual: 204 by Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2010 USM Team: 185 against Houston, 2004 Opponent Team: 303 by East Carolina, 2010 Two Teams: 445 USM against Houston, 2010 Most Touchdowns USM Individual: 1 by Freddie Parham against Virginia, 2009; John Eubanks against Houston, 2004; by Tony Smith against East Carolina, 1989; and by Tony Smith against Tulane, 1989 Opponent Individual: 1 by eight players, last by Autrey Golden of UTEP, 2012 USM Team: 1 against Virginia, 2009; Houston, 2004; against East Carolina, 1989, and against Tulane, 1989 Opponent Team: 1 by eight teams, last by UTEP, 2012 Two Teams: 1 10 times, most recently by UTEP, southernmiss.com

136 Home Stadium Records Longest Return USM: 100 by Freddie Parham against Virginia, 2009 Opponent: 100 by Troy Evans of Marshall, 2010 Miscellaneous Longest Fumble Recovery USM Individual: 75 by Marquese Wheaton against Rice, 2011 Opponent Individual: 96 by Xavier Webb of Rice, 2011 Fumbles USM: 7 against Louisville, 1982; Louisiana Tech, 1982; and Delta State, 1991 Opponents: 8 by Louisiana Tech, 1983; and Louisiana-Monroe, 1987 Two Teams: 12 USM against Louisville, 1982; Memphis, 1979 Fumbles Lost USM: 4 against four teams, most recently Texas State, Opponents: 5 by Mississippi State, 1976 Two Teams: 9 USM against Louisville, 1988 Turnovers USM: 7 by against Rice, 2007; against Louisiana Tech, 1982 Opponents: 8 by Louisville in 1982 Two Teams: 11 USM against Louisville, 1982; Louisiana Tech, 1982; Arkansas State, 1979 Penalties USM: 15 against East Carolina, 2010 Opponents: 16 by Louisiana-Lafayette, 1996; by TCU, 2001 Two Teams: 30 USM against Louisiana-Lafayette, 1996 Yards Penalized USM: 153 against East Carolina, 2010 Opponents: 144 by Louisiana-Lafayette, 1996 Two Teams: 242 against Marshall, 2010 First Downs USM: 34 against Alcorn State, 2009 Opponents: 33 by Tulsa, 2009 Two Teams: 61 against UAB, 2010 First Downs Rushing USM: 23 against Alcorn State, 2009; Louisiana-Lafayette, 1982; and Lamar, 1981 Opponents: 29 by Florida State, 1987 Two Teams: 50 against North Texas, 1979 First Downs Passing USM: 18 against Memphis, 1989 Opponents: 26 by Tulsa, 2009 Two Teams: 40 against Tulsa, 2009 First Down by Penalty USM: 6 against Louisiana-Lafayette, 1985 Opponents: 6 by East Carolina, 2010; Louisiana-Monroe, 1982 Two Teams: 9 USM against East Carolina, 2010 M. M. Roberts Stadium Series Records since 1976 Series Last School Began Meeting Won Lost Alcorn State Arkansas State Army Boise State Bowling Green California Cincinnati Colorado State Delta State East Carolina Florida Atlantic FIU Florida State Houston Illinois Jackson State Kansas Lamar Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech Louisville Marshall McNeese State Memphis Middle Tennessee Mississippi State Nebraska Nevada North Carolina State North Texas Northern Illinois Northwestern (La.) State Oklahoma State Ole Miss Pittsburgh Prairie View A&M Rice Richmond SMU Samford Southeastern La Stephen F. Austin TCU Tennessee-Martin Texas A&M Texas Arlington Texas State Tulane Tulsa UAB UCF USF UTEP Utah State Virginia Virginia Tech Largest Home Football Crowds Date Opponent Attendance Result 9/5/09 Alcorn State 36,232 W/52-0 9/25/03 Nebraska 36,152 L/ /31/02 Jackson State 35,169 W/55-7 9/9/89 Mississippi State 34,189 L/ /15/12 East Carolina 34,140 L, /31/87 Jackson State 33,687 W/17-7 9/19/98 Texas A&M 33,233 L/6-24 8/31/95 Northern Illinois 33,092 W/ /25/76 Ole Miss 33,000 L/ /5/11 UCF 32,925 W/ /20/08 Louisiana-Lafayette 32,792 W/ /19/81 Tulane 32,756 W/ /22/11 SMU W/ /20/10 Houston 32,606 W/ /25/82 Florida State 32,591 L/17-24 Largest Football Crowds In Front Of Which Southern Miss Has Played Date Opponent Stadium Attendance Result 9/2/00 Tennessee Neyland 108,064 L/ /8/97 Tennessee Neyland 107,073 L/ /8/07 Tennessee Neyland 106,311 L/ /13/01 Penn State Beaver 106,158 L/ /5/98 Penn State Beaver 96,617 L/6-34 9/7/13 Nebraska Memorial 90,466 L/ /4/95 Tennessee Neyland 93,433 L/0-42 9/2/06 Florida Ben-Hill Griffin 90,043 L/7-34 9/6/08 Auburn Jordan-Hare 87,451 L/ /5/94 Florida Ben Hill-Griffin 85,446 L/ /30/97 Florida Ben Hill-Griffin 85,439 L/6-21 9/1/12 Nebraska Memorial 84,425 L/ /10/90 Auburn Jordan-Hare 85,214 W/ /21/02 Alabama Bryant-Denny 83,818 L/ /30/99 Alabama Bryant-Denny 83,818 L/ /31/98 Alabama Bryant-Denny 83,818 L/ Southern Miss Football

137 Opponent Records Individual Longest Non-Touchdown Run From Scrimmage: 88 by Tatum Bell of Oklahoma State, 2002 Longest Touchdown Run: 98 by Stanley Howell of Mississippi State, 1979 Most Carries: 43 by Kevin Smith of UCF, 2007 Most Yards Rushing: 261 by J. J. Arrington of California, 2004 Most Rushing Touchdowns: 5 by Antowain Smith of Houston, 1996 Highest Rush Average (min. 8 att.): 16.8 (8/134) by Eddie Hicks of East Carolina, 1976 Most Pass Attempts: 67 by Case Keenum, Houston, 2011 Most Pass Completions: 44 by Case Keenum, Houston, 2009 Most Yards Passing: 559 by Case Keenum of Houston, 2009 Longest Non-Touchdown Pass: 93 by Lawrence Dawsey to Chip Ferguson of Florida State, 1988 Longest Touchdown Pass: 95 by Jimmy Black to Rudy Thomas of Florida State, 1976 Most Touchdowns Passing: 7 by Dennis Shaw of San Diego State, 1968 Highest Completion Percentage:.815 (44/54) by Case Keenum of Houston, 2009 Most Offensive Plays: 73 by Case Keenum of Houston, 2011 Most Total Offense Yardage: 569 by Case Keenum of Houston, 2009 Longest Reception: 95 by Rudy Thomas from Jimmy Black of Florida State, 1976 Most Receptions: 17 by Damaris Johnson of Tulsa, 2009; Jerry Hendren of Idaho, 1969 Most Yards Receiving: 362 by Tom Nettles of San Diego State, 1968 Most Touchdowns Receiving: 3 by Mike Jones, UAB, 2010; Jarrett Dillard of Rice, 2008; Hannibal Thomas of Cincinnati, 2004; and by Trevor Insley of Nevada, 1998 Longest Punt Return: 97 by Jim Wade of Oklahoma City, 1951 Most Punt Returns: 8 by Doug Cunningham of Mississippi, 1966 Most Punt Return Yardage: 116 by Doug Cunningham of Mississippi, 1966 Longest Kickoff Return: 100 by Troy Evans, Marshall, 2010; Leeland McElroy of Texas A&M, 1994 Most Kickoff Returns: 8 by Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2010; Frantrell Forrest of UAB, 2008 Most Kickoff Returv v n Yardage: 208 by Tyron Carrier of Houston, 2010 Longest Punt: 92 by Bill Smith of Ole Miss, 1984 Most Punts: 14 by Dick McGraw of Mississippi State, 1967 Best Punt Average: 57.5 (4/230) by Greg Kampe of Bowling Green, 1975 Most Field Goals: 4 by Luke Phillips of Okla. State, 2002; by Michael Proctor of Alabama, 1993; by Joe Worley of Kentucky, 1986; by Keith Butler of Georgia, 1984 Longest Field Goal: 62 by Terrance Kitchens of Texas A&M, 1999 Most Points Kicking: 14 by Jeff Hall of Tennessee, 1997 Most Non-Kicking Points: 30 by Antowain Smith of Houston, 1996 Most Unassisted Tackles: 17 by Dean Askew of Weber State, 1975 Most Assisted Tackles: 15 by Jerald Porter of Mississippi State, 1977 Most Total Tackles: 25 by Freddie Smith of Auburn, 1977 Most Tackles for Loss: 7 by Wayne Rogers of Houston, 2000 Most Quarterback Sacks: 4 by Shutton Pierson of South Florida, 2002; Eric Curry of Alabama, 1992; by Tim Edwards of Delta State, 1990 Most Pass Breakups: 6 by Benny Burst of Tulane, 1984 Longest Interception Return: 99 by Quincy Butler of TCU, 2004 Longest Fumble Return: 96 by Xavier Webb of Rice, southernmiss.com

138 Opponent Records Team Most Carries: 73 by Cin., 1977; by Bowling Green, 1973 Fewest Carries: 16 by UCF, 2008 Most Rushing Yardage: 502 by Alabama, 1974 Fewest Rushing Yardage: -57 by Louisiana Tech, 1965 Most Rushing Touchdowns: 6 by North Texas, 2013 Most Passes Attempted: 67 by Houston, 2011 Most Passes Completed: 44 by Houston, 2009 Most Passing Yardage: 559 by Houston, 2009 Fewest Passing Yards: -5 by Arkansas State, 1980 Most Passing Touchdowns: 7 by San Diego State, 1968 Most Plays: 99 by Tulane, 2000 Most Yards of Total Offense: 750 by Houston, 2009 Fewest Yards of Total Offense: 5 by Elon, 1955 Most Points: 71 by Kentucky, 1949 Most Penalties: 16 by TCU, 2001; by UL Lafayette, 1996 Most Yards Penalized: 144 by UL Lafayette, 1996 Most First Downs: 39 by Houston, 2009 Most Rushing First Downs: 24 by Alabama, 1974 Most Passing First Downs: 26 by Houston, 2009 Most First Downs by Penalty: 8 by Louisiana-Monroe, 1982 Most Quarterback Sacks: 10 by Tennessee, 2000 Most Tackles for Loss: 18 by Alabama, 1999 Most Pass Breakups: 19 by Tulane,1984 Most Interceptions: 5 by five teams, most recently by Florida State, 1987 Highest Losing Score: 42 by East Carolina, 1988 Opponent Superlatives Opponents 150-Yard Rushing Games Yards Name Team Date 31/261 J. J. Arrington California 12/4/04 32/248 Andre Brown NC State 10/29/05 31/231 Antowain Smith Houston 11/9/96 35/223 Darrin Reaves UAB 11/3/12 41/209 Alex Smith Indiana 9/23/95 25/207 Kenneth Dixon Louisiana Tech 11/9/13 23/207 Brendan Ore Virginia Tech 10/21/06 30/205 Bo Jackson Auburn 9/15/85 26/201 Dwight Dasher Middle Tennessee 12/20/09 27/199 D. Williams Memphis 11/12/04 29/197 Kenneth Darby Alabama 10/16/04 26/188 LaShaun Johnson Northern Illinois 10/10/92 25/188 Lampford Mark Nevada 12/24/11 29/178 Curtis Steele Memphis 10/25/08 29/176 Pat Shed UAB 10/30/10 29/175 Tony Wiley Memphis 10/17/81 16/172 Lionel James Auburn 9/10/83 28/170 Shaud Williams Alabama 10/11/03 27/169 Cory Ross Nebraska 9/11/04 43/165 Kevin Smith UCF 10/28/07 32/164 Lewis Tillman Jackson State 10/31/87 37/164 Dave Preston Bowling Green 11/16/74 22/163 Zach Line SMU 10/22/11 31/162 Antoineo Harris Illinois 9/7/02 13/160 Tatum Bell Oklahoma State 12/27/02 26/159 Charles Talley Northern Illinois 8/31/95 28/158 D. Williams Memphis 9/13/03 33/155 Louie Giammons Utah State 11/9/74 15/154 Carey Henley UT-Chattanooga 10/7/61 30/150 Ahmad Bradshaw Marshall 11/8/05 18/150 Junior Smith East Carolina 10/19/92 Opponents 150-Yard Receiving Games 11/362 Tom Nettles San Diego State 11/9/68 10/210 Billy Ryckman Louisiana Tech 11/13/76 17/203 Jerry Hendren Idaho 10/3/69 17/196 Damaris Johnson Tulsa 11/21/09 14/194 Miguel Montano Louisville 9/28/96 13/190 James Cleveland Houston 10/31/09 4/190 Vincent Marshall Houston 10/7/04 10/179 Brice Hunter Georgia 10/9/93 6/177 Adrian Madise TCU 12/7/01 5/174 Jeron Harvey Houston 10/14/06 12/171 Justin Johnson Houston 12/3/11 7/168 H. Thomas Cincinnati 11/6/04 8/167 Rod Foppe Louisiana Tech 11/12/77 9/166 Tony Johnson Florida State 9/25/82 9/164 Rashaun Woods Oklahoma State 12/27/02 8/164 Q. McCollum UL Lafayette 10/21/89 7/163 J. VanDerWoulden Brigham Young 10/16/76 4/155 Marcus Rucker Memphis 10/16/10 11/155 Orlando Iglesias Houston 11/7/98 11/154 Hunter Gallimore East Carolina 11/9/91 13/153 Antavio Wilson Marshall 11/14/09 7/153 Joe West UTEP 11/17/07 Opponents 350-Yard Passing Games 44/54/559 Case Keenum Houston 10/31/09 30/47/544 Eric Zeier Georgia 10/9/93 17/38/524 Dennis Shaw San Diego State 11/9/68 28/47/467 David Piland Houston 11/20/10 23/31/445 Gifford Nielsen Brigham Young 10/16/76 30/43/444 Chase Clement Rice 10/18/08 29/42/407 Darrell Hackney UAB 10/21/05 35/59/407 Deontey Kenner Cincinnati 10/23/99 23/37/406 G.J. Kinne Tulsa 11/26/10 35/63/400 Chris Redman Louisville 9/28/96 35/53/399 Peyton Manning Tennessee 11/8/97 32/46/396 G.J. Kinne Tulsa 11/21/09 35/48/396 Martin Hankins Memphis 11/10/07 41/67/373 Case Keenum Houston 12/3/11 33/57/363 Steve Olson Idaho 10/3/69 26/35/361 Andrew Zow Alabama 10/31/98 27/47/361 Jeff Blake East Carolina 11/9/91 22/41/355 Rusty Trail Memphis 10/29/88 26/34/354 Taylor Martinez Nebraska 9/1/12 23/42/354 Gus Frerotte Tulsa 11/20/93 27/39/351 Jimmy Black Florida State 11/6/ Southern Miss Football

139 Series Records First Last Total Opponents Meeting Meeting Games Won Lost Tied Pct. Abilene Christian Alabama* Alcorn State All-Navy Service Team Appalachian State Arkansas Arkansas Monticello Arkansas State Army Auburn Boise State Bowling Green Brigham Young Brookley Field California Carswell Air Base Chamberlain Hunt Academy Cincinnati The Citadel Clarke Memorial College Colorado State Copiah-Lincoln High School Copiah-Lincoln Junior College Dayton Delta State East Carolina Ellisville High School Elon College Florida Florida Atlantic FIU Florida State Fullerton State Georgia Georgia State Teachers Gulf Coast Military Acad Hardin-Simmons Hattiesburg Boy Scouts Havana (Cuba) Hawai i Hinds Junior College Houston Idaho Illinois Indiana Jackson State Jacksonville (Ala.) State Jones County High School Jones Junior College Kansas Kentucky Lamar Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola University Marion Military Marshall McMurray College McNeese State Memphis Meridian High School Meridian College Middle Tennessee Millsaps College Mississippi Mississippi Freshmen Miss. Ind. Training School Mississippi State** Mississippi State Freshmen Mississippi College Mississippi College Fresh southernmiss.com

140 Series Records Missouri Mobile Military Academy Mobile Shipbuilders Murray State Navy Nebraska Nevada Newton Junior College North Carolina State North Dakota State North Texas Northern Illinois Northwestern (La.) State Ohio Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Pacific Parris Island Marines Pearl River Junior College Penn State Perkinston High School Perkinston Junior College Pittsburgh Poplarville High School Prairie View A&M Purvis High School Rice Richmond St. Mary s (Texas) St. Stanislaus College Sam Houston State Samford San Diego State Seashore Camp Ground Sixth Service Squadron South Carolina Southeastern Louisiana SMU Southwest Junior College Southwestern of Memphis Smith County High School Spring Hill Stephen F. Austin Stetson TCU Tampa Tennessee Tennessee-Chattanooga Tennessee-Martin Texas A&M Texas A&M Commerce Texas-Arlington Texas State th Division Trinity Troy Tulane Tulane Freshmen Tulsa UAB UCF Union USF Utah Utah State UTEP Villanova Virginia VMI Virginia Tech Weber State West Texas A&M Western Kentucky William & Mary Totals *Includes one forfeit **Includes two forfeits Bold Face = 2014 Opponents Southern Miss Football

141 All-Time Coaches Records By Chronology Coach Years Win Loss Tie Percent Todd Monken (2013-) Ellis Johnson (2012) Larry Fedora ( ) Jeff Bower ( ) * Curley Hallman ( ) Jim Carmody ( ) Bobby Collins ( ) P. W. Bear Underwood ( ) Thad Pie Vann ( ) Reed Green ( , 46-48) Allison Pooley Hubert ( ) John Lumpkin (1930) William B. Saunders ( ) William Herschel Bobo ( ) O. V. Spout Austin ( ) B. B. O Mara (1920) Cephus Anderson (1919) A. B. Dillie ( ) M. J. Blondie Williams (1913) Ronald J. Slay (1912) Totals By Wins Coach Years Win Loss Tie Percent Thad Pie Vann ( ) Jeff Bower ( ) * Reed Green ( , 46-48) Bobby Collins ( ) Jim Carmody ( ) Larry Fedora ( ) P. W. Bear Underwood ( ) Allison Pooley Hubert ( ) Curley Hallman ( ) William Herschel Bobo ( ) O. V. Spout Austin ( ) A. B. Dillie ( ) William B. Saunders ( ) B. B. O Mara (1920) Cephus Anderson (1919) John Lumpkin (1930) Ronald J. Slay (1912) M. J. Blondie Williams (1913) Todd Monken (2013-) Ellis Johnson (2012) Totals * Bower coached the 1990 All American Bowl. 139 southernmiss.com

142 Year-by-Year Results Year W L T Pct. Coach R.G. Slay M.J. Blondie Williams A.B. Dillie A.B. Dillie A.B. Dillie NO TEAM DUE TO WAR Cephus Anderson B.B. O Mara O.V. Austin O.V. Austin O.V. Austin Herschel Bobo Herschel Bobo Herschel Bobo Herschel Bobo W.B. Saunders W.B. Saunders John Lumpkin Pooley Hubert Pooley Hubert Pooley Hubert Pooley Hubert Pooley Hubert Pooley Hubert Reed Green Reed Green Reed Green Reed Green Reed Green Reed Green NO TEAM DUE TO WAR Reed Green Reed Green Reed Green Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann Thad Pie Vann P.W. Bear Underwood P.W. Bear Underwood P.W. Bear Underwood P.W. Bear Underwood P.W. Bear Underwood P.W. Bear Underwood Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Bobby Collins Jim Carmody Jim Carmody Jim Carmody Jim Carmody Jim Carmody Jim Carmody Curley Hallman Curley Hallman Curley Hallman Jeff Bower (Coached All American Bowl) Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Jeff Bower Larry Fedora Larry Fedora Larry Fedora Larry Fedora Ellis Johnson Todd Monken Totals Southern Miss Football

143 All-Time Rankings In The Associated Press Weekly Poll (Division I) The Associated Press began selecting a Poll in Southern Miss competed in Division I in 1960 and from 1963 to present 2011 Season Final 20 12/ / / / Season 11/ / / Season 11/ / / / / / /1 17 9/ / / /3 25 8/27 22 Preseason Season Final 14 11/ / / / / / / Season Preseason Season Final 19 12/ / / / / Season 11/ / / / Season 12/ / / / Season 9/ Season 12/ / / / / Season 10/21 20 In The USA Today/ ESPN Coaches Weekly Poll (Division I) The USA Today Poll took over the Coaches Poll in Season Final 19 12/ / / / / / Season 11/ / / Season 11/ / / / / / /1 18 9/ / / /3 24 Preseason Season Final 13 11/ / / / / / Season Preseason Season Final 19 12/ / / / / Season 11/ / Season 12/ / / / Season 9/ /5 18 Southern Miss 21, Alabama 0 September 16, 2000 Games In Which Southern Miss and Opponents Were Both Ranked in the Division I Associated Press Poll When They Played Date Rank Team Score Rank Team Score 12/3/11 (24) Southern Miss 49 (7) Houston 28 9/16/00 (25) Southern Miss 21 (13) Alabama 0 9/2/00 (22) Southern Miss 16 (12) Tennessee 19 10/30/99 (20) Southern Miss 14 (14) Alabama 35 9/5/98 (21) Southern Miss 6 (13) Penn State 34 11/8/97 (24) Southern Miss 20 (8) Tennessee 44 11/14/81 (14) Southern Miss 58 (20) Florida State 14 11/7/81 (20) Southern Miss 7 (17) Mississippi St. 6 10/25/80 (20) Southern Miss 7 (1) Alabama southernmiss.com

144 All-Time Rankings Southern Miss Against Ranked Teams /7...No. 22 Nebraska, L/56-13 (A) /29... No. 19 Louisville, L/21-17 (H) 9/1...No. 17 Nebraska, L/49-20 (A) /3...No. 7 Houston, W/49-28 (A) /13... No. 25 UCF, W/31-21 (A) /31... No. 15 Houston, L/43-50 (A) 9/26...No. 20 Kansas, L/28-35 (A) /11... No. 15 Boise State, L/7-24 (H) 9/6... No. 9 Auburn, L/13-27 (A) /22... No. 20 Cincinnati, L/21-31 (N) 9/8...No. 24 Tennessee, L/19-39 (A) /2...No. 7 Florida, L/7-34 (A) /10...No. 22 Alabama, L/21-30 (A) /4...No. 4 California, L/16-26 (H) /31... No. 25 Utah, L/0-17 (N) 11/20... No. 9 TCU, W/40-28 (H) 9/25... No. 11 Nebraska, L/14-38 (H) /20... No. 13 TCU, W/28-21 (N) 9/16...No. 13 Alabama, W/21-0 (A) 9/2... No. 12 Tennessee, L/16-19 (A) /30...No. 14 Alabama, L/14-35 (A) 10/9... No. 16 East Carolina, W/39-22 (A) 9/25... No. 5 Texas A&M, L/6-23 (A) 9/18...No. 4 Nebraska, L/13-20 (A) /3...No. 25 Tulane, L/7-21 (A) 9/19...No. 18 Texas A&M, L/6-24 (H) 9/5... No. 13 Penn State, L/6-34 (A) /8... No. 8 Tennessee, L/20-44 (A) 9/27...No. 21 Alabama, L/13-27 (A) 8/30...No. 2 Florida, L/6-21 (A) /16... No. 3 Florida State, L/14-54 (A) 9/7...No. 13 Alabama, L/10-20 (A) /4... No. 5 Tennessee, L/0-42 (A) 9/9...No. 13 Alabama, L/20-24 (A) /5...No. 4 Florida, L/17-55 (A) 10/8...No. 11 Alabama, L/6-14 (A) 9/24... No. 12 Texas A&M, L/7-41 (A) 9/10... No. 21 Virginia Tech, L/14-24 (H) /30...No. 5 Alabama, L/0-40 (A) 10/16...No. 23 Louisville, W/35-27 (A) 9/25...No. 25 Auburn, L/24-35 (A) /7...No. 14 Florida, L/20-24 (A) 9/12...No. 8 Alabama, L/10-17 (A) /9...No. 16 East Carolina, L/20-48 (H) 10/5... No. 16 Auburn, W/10-9 (A) /10... No. 15 Auburn, W/13-12 (A) 9/8...No. 13 Alabama, W/27-24 (A) /18...No. 4 Alabama, L/14-37 (A) 9/30... No. 22 Texas A&M/L (A) 9/16...No. 5 Auburn, L/3-24 (A) 9/2...No. 6 Florida State, W/30-26 (N) /5...No. 9 Auburn, L/8-38 (A) 9/10... No. 10 Florida State, L/13-29 (A) /10...No. 6 Florida State, L/10-61 (H) 9/27...No. 16 Texas A&M, L/14-27 (N) /27... No. 14 Texas A&M, L/7-16 (A) 9/13...No. 4 Alabama, L/17-31 (A) /16...No. 20 Alabama, L/13-24 (A) /12...No. 16 Alabama, L/16-28 (A) 9/10...No. 4 Auburn, L/3-24 (A) /13...No. 17 Alabama, W/38-29 (A) /14... No. 20 Florida State, W/58-14 (A) 11/7...No. 17 Mississippi St., W/7-6 (N) 10/10... No. 7 Alabama, T/13-13 (A) /25...No. 1 Alabama, L/7-42 (A) /8... No. 19 Florida State, L/14-17 (A) /23... No. T20 Mississippi St., L/7-14 (H) /15...No. 15 Alabama, L/6-27 (A) /21...No. 4 Alabama, L/0-52 (A) /28...No. 2 Alabama, L/11-48 (A) /9...No. 4 Auburn, L/14-27 (A) 9/18...No. 9 Alabama, L/6-42 (A) /17...No. 4 Ole Miss, W/30-14 (A) /18...No. 19 Ole Miss, L/7-69 (A) 9/27...No. 7 Alabama, L/14-17 (A) /28...No. 7 Alabama, L/14-17 (A) /30...No. 9 Alabama, L/3-25 (A) /26...No. 3 Alabama, L/0-34 (A) Southern Miss Football

145 All-Americans First Team 2010 Danny Hrapmann, place kicker Walter Camp 2004 Michael Boley, linebacker ABC Sports/Cingular; All-American Football Foundation 2003 Rod Davis, linebacker All-American Football Foundation; Playboy 2002 Rod Davis, linebacker All-American Football Foundation; CollegeFootballNews.com 1999 Adalius Thomas, defensive end College Football News 1998 Adalius Thomas, defensive end American Football Coaches Association 1988 James Henry, punt returner The Sporting News 1980 Hanford Dixon, defensive back The Sporting News 1980 Marvin Harvey, tight end Newspaper Enterprise Association 1972 Ray Guy, punter Associated Press; Football News; Football Writers Association; Gridiron; Playboy; The Sporting News; Walter Camp Second Team 2010 Danny Hrapmann, place kicker CBSSports.com; CollegeFootballNews.com 2004 Michael Boley, linebacker Associated Press; CollegeFootballNews.com; SI.com, The Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation 2003 Michael Boley, linebacker CollegeFootballNews.com 2003 Rod Davis, linebacker The Sporting News 2002 Etric Pruitt, defensive back CNNSI.com, CollegeFootballNews.com 2000 Leo Barnes, defensive back Football News 1999 Adalius Thomas, defensive end Associated Press; BCS Online; CBS Sportsline; The Sporting News 1997 Patrick Surtain, defensive back The Sporting News Third Team 2010 Danny Hrapmann, place kicker Phil Steele; Rivals.com 2006 George Batiste, offensive lineman CollegeFootballNews.com 2005 Kevis Coley, linebacker SI.com 2005 Luke Johnson, punter SI.com 2005 Darren McCaleb, kicker SI.com 2003 Rod Davis, linebacker Associated Press; CollegeFootballNews.com 2002 Rod Davis, linebacker Associated Press; The Sporting News 2000 Cedric Scott, defensive end Associated Press; Football News 1999 Adalius Thomas, defensive end Football News 1998 Adalius Thomas, defensive end Associated Press; College Sports News; Football News 1990 Kerry Valrie, defensive back Associated Press 1981 Reggie Collier, quarterback Associated Press 1973 Fred Cook, defensive end Associated Press Fourth Team 2012 Jamie Collins, defensive end Phil Steele 2011 Marquese Wheaton, defensive back Phil Steele 2002 Etric Pruitt, defensive back The Sporting News 2001 Rod Davis, linebacker The Sporting News First Team (Small College) 1958 Hugh McInnis, end Associated Press 1958 Bob Yencho, end Associated Press 1956 Don Owens, tackle Helms Foundation 1955 Les Clark, center Helms Foundation 1954 Hamp Cook, guard Associated Press 1953 Bucky McElroy, fullback Helms Foundation 1953 Hugh Laurin Pepper, halfback Helms Foundation 1952 Bucky McElroy, fullback Paul Williamson s Mid-Bracket 1951 Bucky McElroy, fullback Associated Press; Paul Williamson s Mid-Bracket 1951 Phil Musmeci, tackle Associated Press 1946 Jay Smith, end Paul Williamson s Mid-Bracket 1938 George Westerfield, end International News Service Second Team 1954 Hamp Cook, guard Paul Williamson s Mid-Bracket 1954 Jim Davis, tackle Paul Williamson s Mid-Bracket 1950 Bubba Phillips, halfback Associated Press 1947 Jay Smith, end Associated Press 1946 Mike Katrishen, tackle Associated Press Third Team 1951 Phil Musmeci, tackle Paul Williamson s Mid-Bracket 143 southernmiss.com

146 All-Time Honors Conference Awards All-Conference USA First Team 2012 Jamie Collins, DL 2011 Lamar Holmes, OL; Cordarro Law, DL; Marquese Wheaton, DB; Tracey Lampley, PR 2010 Cameron Zipp, OL; Johdrick Morris, TE; Danny Hrapmann, PK 2009 Ryan Hebert, OL; Eddie Hicks, DB 2008 Damion Fletcher, RB; DeAndre Brown, WR; Gerald McRath, LB 2007 Matthew Chatelain, DL; Gerald McRath, LB; Martavius Prince, DL; Brandon Sumrall, DB 2006 George Batiste, OL; Travis Cooley, OL; Damion Fletcher, RB; Shawn Nelson, TE 2005 George Batiste, OL; Kevis Coley, LB; Trevis Coley, DB; John Eubanks, KOR; Luke Johnson, P 2004 Michael Boley, LB; John Eubanks DB/KOR 2003 Michael Boley, LB; Greg Brooks, DB; Rod Davis, LB; John Eubanks, KOR; Jeremy Parquet, OL; Terrell Paul, DE; Etric Pruitt, DB; Marvin Young, PR 2002 Michael Boley, LB; Rod Davis, LB; Derrick Nix, RB; Torrin Tucker, OL; Etric Pruitt, DB 2001 Greg Brooks, DB; Rod Davis, LB; Chad Williams, DB 2000 Leo Barnes, DB; Cedric Scott, DL; DeQuincy Scott, DL 1999 Leo Barnes, DB; Shedrick Blackmon, OL; Cedric Scott, DL; T.J. Slaughter, LB; Adalius Thomas, DE 1998 Sherrod Gideon, WR; Henry McClendon, OL; Derrick Nix, RB; T.J. Slaughter, LB; Adalius Thomas, DE; Ty Trahan, LB 1997 Robert Brown, DL; Sherrod Gideon, WR; Kasey Keith, OL; Marchant Kenney, LB; Perry Phenix, DB; Harold Shaw, RB; Patrick Surtain, DB; Adalius Thomas, DL 1996 Eric Booth, RB/KOR; Leroy Dewitt, OL; Marchant Kenney, LB; Patrick Surtain, DB; Cedric Walthaw, DL Second Team 2013 Khyri Thornton, DL Adalius Thomas 2011 Austin Davis, QB; Joe Duhon, OL; Jason Weaver, OL; Danny Hrapmann, PK 2010 Austin Davis, QB; Anthony Gray, DL; Cordarro Law, DL; Justin Wilson, DB 2009 Damion Fletcher, RB; Leroy Banks, TE; DeAndre Brown, WR; Korey Williams, LB; Cody Tawater, LS 2008 Ryan McKee, OL; Anthony Gray, DL; Eddie Hicks, DB 2007 Britt Barefoot, P ; Chris Clark, OL; Nick Dean, OL; Damion Fletcher, RB; Shawn Nelson, TE 2006 Darren McCaleb, PK; Martavius Prince, DL 2005 Travis Cooley, OL; Tom Johnson, DL; Darren McCaleb, K; Brandon Sumrall, DB 2004 Trevis Coley, DB; Darren McCaleb, K; Jeremy Parquet, OL; Chad Ruffin, DL 2003 Terrell Bowden, TE; Jim Hicks, OL 2002 Jason Jimenez, OL; Terrell Paul, DL 2001 Jeremy Bridges, OL; Roy Magee, LB; Terrell Paul, DL 2000 Billy Clay, OL; Raymond Walls, DB; Chad Williams, DB 1999 Sherrod Gideon, WR; Derrick Nix, RB; Terrance Parrish, DB; Todd Pinkston, WR; DeQuincy Scott, DL; Ty Trahan, LB 1998 Jose Gonzalez, DB; DeShone Mallard, DB; O Lester Pope, OL; Cedric Scott, DL 1997 Jamaal Alexander, DB; Eric Booth, KOR; Terry Hardy, TE; Henry McClendon, OL; Lee Roberts, QB 1996 Terry Hardy, TE; Lee Roberts, QB; Perry Phenix, DB; Daryl Terrell, OL Third Team 2006 Chris Clark, OL; Robert Henderson, DL; Caleb Hendrix, DB; Brandon Sumrall, DB 2005 Shawn Nelson, TE 2004 Antwon Courington, WR 2003 Ronald Jones, DL; Alex Ray, DB; Eric Scott, DL; Chris White, OL; Marvin Young, WR All-Freshman 2013 Tyre oune Holmes, WR; Nick Mullens, QB; Cameron Tom, OL 2011 Jamal Woodyard, RB; Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DL; Tray Becton-Martin, DB 2010 Kendrick Hardy, RB; Zeke Walters, TE; Khyri Thornton, DL; Alex Walters, DB; Deron Wilson, DB 2009 Peter Boehme, P; Tracy Lampley, PR 2008 Austin Davis, QB; DeAndre Brown, WR; Terrance Pope, DL, DEddrick Jones, DL; Korey Willams, LB 2007 C.J. Bailey, DB; Justin Estes, PK 2006 Damion Fletcher, RB; Eddie Hicks, DB; Gerald McRath, LB 2005 Shawn Nelson, TE 2004 Chris Clark, OL; Martavius Prince, DL 2003 Travis Cooley, OL; Greg Casnave, DL; Darren McCaleb, K 2002 John Eubanks, DB 2001 Chris Johnson, WR; Skylor Magee, DL; Jeremy Parquet, OL; Myron Powe, OL; James Walley, RB 2000 Greg Brooks, DB; Rod Davis, LB; Jim Hicks, OL; Kenneth Johnson, WR, RS; Terrell Paul, DE 1999 Jeremy Bridges, OL; Joe Henley, LB; Zeb Landers, OL; Buck Miciotto, TE; Torrin Tucker, OL 1998 Derrick Nix, RB 1997 John Nix, DL; DeQuincy Scott, DL 1996 Shedrick Blackmon, OL; Sherrod Gideon, WR; Jamie Purser, P; Adalius Thomas, DL Conference USA Coach of the Year 2003 Jeff Bower 1999 Jeff Bower 1997 Jeff Bower Southern Miss Football

147 All-Time Honors Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year 2007 Gerald McRath, LB 2005 Kevis Coley, LB 2004 Michael Boley, LB 2003 Rod Davis, LB 2000 Cedric Scott, DE 1999 Adalius Thomas, DE 1998 Adalius Thomas, DE 1997 Patrick Surtain, DB Conference USA Freshman of the Year 1998 Derrick Nix, RB Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year 2004 John Eubanks, KOR/PR Conference USA Team of the Decade Offense - Derrick Nix, RB; Sherrod Gideon, WR Defense - Michael Boley, LB; Rod Davis, LB; Patrick Surtain, DB; Adalius Thomas, DE Special Teams - Eric Booth, KR; John Eubanks, KR Conference USA Coach of the Decade 2004 Jeff Bower Conference USA All-Academic Team 2013 Corey Acosta, PK 2012 Corey Acosta, PK; Brandon Francesconi, LB 2011 Creighton Nelms, DS 2010 Austin Davis, QB 2008 Austin Davis, QB 2007 Jeremy Young, QB All-South Independent First Team 1994 Michael Tobias, DT 1993 Todd Beeching, OT; Bobby Hamilton, DE; Michael Tobias, DT; Tyrone Nix, LB; LT Gulley, DB 1992 Leon Anderson, OG; Tyrone Nix, LB; Terryl Ulmer, DB; Michael Welch, RB 1991 Tony Smith, TB 1990 Chafan Marsh, OG 1988 Scott Bryant, P 1987 Pat Ferrell, OT 1986 Onesimus Henry, LB; Pat Ferrell, OT 1984 Richard Byrd, DT 1983 Jerald Baylis, NG; Bud Brown, S; Glen Howe, OT; Louis Lipps, WR; 1982 Jerald Baylis, NG; Reggie Collier, QB; Sam Dejarnette, TB; Glen Howe, OT; George Tillman, DE 1981 Jerald Baylis, NG; Reggie Collier, QB; George Tillman, DE; Sammy Winder, TB 1980 Hanford Dixon, DB; Marvin Harvey, TE; George Tillman, DE; Jamey Watson, OC; Sammy Winder, TB 1979 Marvin Harvey, TE; J.J. Stewart, DE; Clump Taylor, LB 1978 Randy Butler, OT; Stoney Parker, DT; Clump Taylor, LB 1977 Ben Garry, TB; Stoney Parker, DT; Eric Smith, OT 1976 Ben Garry, TB; Eric Smith, OT; Bobby Smithart, DE 1975 Jerry Fremin, OT; Randy Latta, NG; Norris Thomas, DB 1974 Ron Cheatham, LB; Rick Gemmel, DB; John Sawyer, TE 1973 Fred Cook, DE; Mike Dennery, LB; Doyle Orange, TB; Ricky Palmer, P; Clint Tapper, OG 1972 Fred Cook, DE; Mike Dennery, LB; Ray Guy, DB/P 1971 Ray Guy, P; Jimmy Haynes, OC; Johnny Herron, DT 1970 Hugh Eggersman, DE; Ray Guy, DB/P; Dickey Surace, LB 1969 Radell Key, DT; Billy Mikel, WR; Bob Sheperd, OT 1968 Melvin Autry, C; Rex Barnes, nt; Radell Key, DT; Ihor Kondrat, OG Second Team 1995 Tim Bell, DL; Fred Brock, WR; Chris Pierce, K; Daryl Terrell, OL 1994 Brent Duggins, OG; LT Gulley, DB 1992 Bobby Hamilton, DE; George McReynolds, G; Lance Nations, K; Marcus Pope, TE; Michael Tobias, DT 1991 Derrick Hoskins, DB; Chafan Marsh, G; Thad McDowell, LB; Marcus Pope, TE; Chris Ryals, T; Arnie Williams, LB 1990 Brett Favre, QB; Tony Smith, TB; Arnie Williams, LB 1989 Scott Bryant, P; William Kirksey, LB; Chris Ryals, T; Kerry Valrie, DB 1988 Shelton Gandy, TB; James Henry, DB; George Hill, LB; Marty Williams, C 1986 Vincent Alexander, TB; Billy Knighten, P 1984 Fred Richards, T 1983 Richard Byrd, DT; Steve Carmody, C; Sam Dejarnette, TB 1982 Bud Brown, DB; Louis Lipps, WR 1981 Bud Brown, DB; Glen Howe, OT; Rhett Whitley, DE 1978 Greg Aherns, OT; David O Dom, DB 1977 Amos Fowler, OG; Bobby Smithart, DE 1974 Jeff Bower, QB; Norris Thomas, DB; Mike Smith, DT Third Team 1995 Robert Brown, DL; Eugene Harmon, LB; Derrick Hervey, DB; Chris Pierce, P Honorable Mention 1995 Fred Brock, RET.; Albert McRae, LB; Rod Thomas, DB Independent Football Alliance 1993 Todd Beeching, T; Perry Carter, DB; Eric Estes, P; LT Gulley, DB; Bobby Hamilton, DE; Michael Tobias, DT 1992 Leon Anderson, G; Perry Carter, DB;Tyrone Nix, LB; James Singleton, DE; Terryl Ulmer, DB; Michael Welch, TB Liberty Bowl Alliance All-Star Team 1995 Tim Bell, DL; Fred Brock, WR; Eugene Harmon, LB; Chris Pierce, K/P; Daryl Terrell, Jr., OL 1994 Robert Brown, DE; Eugene Harmon, LB; Derrick Hervey, DB; Mark Montgomery, WR; Michael Tobias, DT All-Gulf States Conference First Team 1951 Dick Caldwell, e; Scrappy Hart, HB; Eddie Kauchick, LB; Walter Mann, T; Bucky McElroy, HB; Phil Musmeci, T 1950 Dave Allen, C; Bubba Phillips, HB; Ivan Rasamond, E Second Team 1951 Dave Allen, C; Jimmy Brashier, HB; Jackson Brumfield, E; Ken Farris, G; Jack Fulkerson, T; Tom LeGros, QB; Ed McDaniel, G; Bob McKellar, E; Phil Muscarello, LB 1950 Bobby Holmes, QB; Phil Musmeci, T State Awards Conerly Trophy (Best Player in the State of Mississippi) Year Name Position 2011 Austin Davis Quarterback 2007 Damion Fletcher Running Back 2004 Michael Boley Linebacker 2002 Rod Davis Linebacker 145 southernmiss.com

148 All-Time Honors National Awards AFCA Good Works Team Year Name Position 2004 Luke Johnson Punter 1997 Karr Shannon Defensive Back The Burlsworth Trophy (Given to top former Walk-on who has become solid performer) Year Name Position 2011 Austin Davis Quarterback College Football Association All-Academic Team Year Name Position 1992 James Singleton Defensive End 1991 James Singleton Defensive End College Football Chronicle Unsung Hero All-America Year Name Position 1996 Karr Shannon Defensive Back CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team Year Name Position 1997 Jeremy Lindley Offensive Line 1992 James Singleton Defensive End Second Team Year Name Position 2000 Jeff Kelly Quarterback 1991 James Singleton Defensive End National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Year Name Position 2004 Ray Guy Punter 1987 Thad Pie Vann Coach National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Year Name Position 2001 Jeff Kelly Quarterback The Sporting News Freshman All-America Team Year Name Position 2008 DeAndre Brown Wide Receiver (Second Team) 2006 Gerald McRath Linebacker (First Team) Damion Fletcher Running Back (Second Team) 2005 Shawn Nelson Tight End (Third Team) 2003 Darren McCaleb Kicker (Third Team) 2001 Skylor Magee Defensive Line (Third Team) 2000 Rod Davis Linebacker (Second Team) 1998 Derrick Nix Running Back (First Team) 1997 John Nix Defensive Tackle 1996 Adalius Thomas Defensive End CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-America Team Year Name Position 2010 Kendrick Hardy Running Back (Honorable Mention) Deron Wilson Defensive Back (Honarable Metnion) 2008 DeAndre Brown Wide Receiver (First Team) Austin Davis Quarterback (Honorable Mention) 2006 Gerald McRath Linebacker (Second Team) Damion Fletcher Running Back (Second Team) Lowe s Senior Class Award Year Name Position 2011 Austin Davis Quarterback (Finalist) CollegeFootballNews.com Sophomore All-America Team Year Name Position 2007 Gerald McRath Linebacker (Second Team) Damion Fletcher Running Back (Second Team) Woody Hayes NCAA Division I National Scholar-Athlete Year Name Position 2005 Luke Johnson Punter 2001 Jeff Kelly Quarterback The Frank Broyles Award Finalists Year Name Position 2003 Tyrone Nix Defensive Coordinator National Defensive Player of the Year - SportsRampage.com Year Name Position 1999 Adalius Thomas Defensive End Southern Miss Team of the Century Offense End - Cliff Coggin ( ), Bob Yencho ( ); Guard - Amos Fowler ( ), Hamp Cook ( ); Center - Richard Johnston ( ); Tackle - Glen Howe ( ); Don Owens ( ); Tight End - Marvin Harvey ( ); Wide Receiver - Louis Lipps ( ), Sherrod Gideon ( ); Quarterback - Brett Favre ( ); Reggie Collier ( ); Left Half - Derrick Nix ( ), Bubba Phillips ( ); Fullback - Bucky McElroy ( ); Right Half - Sammy Winder ( ), Hugh Lauren Pepper ( ). Defense Line - Jerald Baylis ( ); Richard Byrd ( ), Don Hultz ( ), P.W. Underwood ( ); Ends - Adalius Thomas ( ), Fred Cook ( ); Linebacker - Ronald (Clump) Taylor ( ), Ken Avery ( ), Doug Satcher ( ), Harold Hays ( ); Cornerback - Patrick Surtain ( ), Hanford Dixon ( ); Safety - Bud Brown ( ), Tommy Walters ( ). Specialist Kickoff Returns - Tony Smith ( ); Punt Returns - James Henry ( ); Kicker - Steve Clark ( ); Punter - Ray Guy ( ) Southern Miss Football

149 Southern Miss Legends Club Over the years there have been many standouts to don Southern Miss Golden Eagle jerseys. There have been countless all-conference and All- America players. There have been members of conference championship and NCAA postseason teams. There have been those who made their mark on Golden Eagle athletics, excelling in different sports and eras, all giving their heart and soul for Southern Miss. While the standouts to grace the fields and courts have been many, there s been a select few who truly carved a niche in their respective sports. The Southern Miss Department of Athletics created an organization to honor these heroes the Southern Miss Legends Club. An idea inspired by former football great Sammy Winder, the Legends Club recognizes former university athletic standouts who made prominent contributions in their individual sports. The players athletic feats are enough to deserve the highest honor in the world of sports having their respective jerseys retired. But with the Legends Club, Southern Miss standouts do not have their jerseys retired. Instead, the players are honored by being recognized with membership in this prestigious club. Their names and numbers will be displayed prominently in the athletic facilities in which they played. There are 23 such members in the Legends Club, 15 of which are associated with the football program. Those individuals include Reggie Collier, Fred Cook, Hanford Dixon, Brett Favre, Ray Guy, Bucky McElroy, Derrick Nix, Hugh Laurin Pepper, Bubba Phillips, Adalius Thomas and Sammy Winder, along with the 1958 and 1962 National Championship teams and former coaches Jeff Bower and Thad Pie Vann. The remaining makeup of the Legends Club includes four associated with the men s basketball program. This group consists of all-star players Wendell Ladner, Nick Revon, Clarence Weatherspoon and legendary coach M.K. Turk, the winningest coach in the program s history. Also represented are women s basketball standout Janice Felder and women s softball stars Courtney Blades and Amy Berman. Only one other coach has been inducted into the group former women s basketball coach Kay James. The Legends Club for Southern Miss Football Jeff Bower ( ) Head Coach ( ) Reggie Collier Football ( ) Fred Cook Football ( ) Hanford Dixon Football ( ) Brett Favre Football ( ) Ray Guy Football ( ) Bucky McElroy Football ( ) Derrick Nix Football ( , 2002) Hugh Laurin Pepper Football ( ) Bubba Phillips Football ( ) Adalius Thomas Football ( ) Thad Pie Vann Head Coach ( ) Sammy Winder Football ( ) 1958 National Champions 1962 National Champions 147 southernmiss.com

150 M-Club Hall of Fame Inducted February 20, 1965 Melvin Pel Autry - Football Tom Bishop - Basketball Robert Curley Dement - Football C. L. Dipsey Dews - Football Nollie C. Felts, Sr. - Football Jack Gallagher - Basketball Reed Green - Football M. C. Johnson - Football William Mike Katrishen - Football Joe Latham - Football Fred Coon Leech - Football A. D. Sandy Morgan - Football John M. Bubba Phillips - Football Henry Hindu Reynolds - Football Bracie Smith - Football James Stubbs - Golf Reginald Switzer - Football Richard Dick Thames - Football P. W. Underwood - Football Joe Vetrano - Football George Westerfield - Football Inducted March 26, 1966 Henry Frenchie Bolis - Football Frank Brown - Football G. F. Sporty Dabbs, Jr. - Football Bobby Holmes - Football Earl Harlow Morgan - Football Don Owens - Football Hugh Pepper - Football Nick Revon - Basketball Jay Smith - Football J. D. Stonestreet - Football O. M. Brownie Thomas - Football Fred Waters - Baseball Inducted April 29, 1967 Charles Gillis- Golf Micky Harrington - Basketball Billy Jarrell - Football Jesse Elmo Lang - Football Roland Loper - Football Bucky McElroy - Football C. G. Meador, Sr. - Football Andy Webb - Football Inducted April 27, 1968 Victor Allgood - Basketball Doyle Coats - Football 1926 Cliff Coggin - Football Jim Davenport - Football Frank Montague, Sr. - Football 1913 George Sekul - Football Arno Vincent - Football Inducted April 26, 1969 Morris Brown - Football Hamp Cook - Football Fred Dickey - Football Tony Martello - Football Bob Yencho - Football Inducted May 9, 1970 Clay Boyd - Football J. P. Hackney - Football Thomas A. Morrow - Football Frank Spruiell - Football Melvin Bucky Waters - Football Inducted May 8, 1971 G. S. Scotty Bryne - Golf, Football Oba Ladner - Football Hugh McInnis - Football Leo Purvis - Football Joe Stringfellow - Football Inducted April 29, 1972 Les De Vall - Football Ed Langford - Football Perrin Purvis - Tennis, Football Vic Purvis - Football John T. Russell - Football Inducted April 28, 1973 M. G. Clements, Jr. - Football D. C. Leech - Football Walter Love III - Golf Bob McKellar - Football Jerrell Wilson - Football Inducted April 26, 1974 Roy Danforth - Basketball Thomas Scoop Howard - Football Don Hultz - Football Maxie Lambright - Football C. J. Pete Taylor - Football Inducted May 10, 1975 Doug Barfield - Football Les Clark - Football L. E. Gafford - Football Phil Musmeci - Football Wayne Pulliam - Basketball Inducted May 8, 1976 Jimbo Green - Baseball Gary Hannan - Basketball Buddy Supple - Football Al Tregle - Football Robbie Webb - Golf Inducted May 7, 1977 Jackson Brumfield - Football James R. Carpenter - Basketball Pat Ferlise - Football Harold Hays - Football Tom Roussell - Football Thad Pie Vann - Football Coach Inducted April 29, 1978 Frank Baker - Baseball Ray Guy - Football Richard Johnston - Football Wendell Ladner - Basketball Reese Snell - Football B. O. Van Hook - Golf Coach Inducted April 28, 1979 Billy Allgood - Basketball Fred Cook - Football Lee Floyd - Basketball Coach , Wiggle Green - Boxing Jackie Howard - Football Willie Oubre - Football Inducted April 26, 1980 Dick Caldwell - Football Morris Meador - Football Clyde Heifer Stuart - Coach Wilson Plunkett - Baseball Joe Yenni - Football Inducted April 25, 1981 Jimmy Havard - Football Jim King - Football Andin McLeod - Football Norris Thomas - Football Tom Walters - Football Inducted May 1, 1982 Wesley Buzzy Clark - Football Bob Garrison - Basketball 1955 Lewis Murray, Jr. - Football 1950 Doug Rouse - Football Jake Scott - Football H. A. Smith - Football Coach Inducted April 30, 1983 J. C. Arban - Football Ken Avery - Football Bo Dickinson - Football Don Fuell - Football J. Lloyd Milam - Faculty Representative Doug Satcher - Football Inducted April 27, 1984 Sam H. Hall - Golf Nick Kolinsky - Football John Mangum - Football Lawrence Meeks - Football Billy Mikel - Football Inducted April 26, 1985 Ed Assaf - Baseball Jim Brashier - Football Ace Cleveland - SID Bill Devrow - Football Larry Moulton - Football John Sawyer - Football Poochie Stringfellow - Football Inducted April 25, 1986 Hank Autry - Football Marvin E. Breazeale - Football Rick Donegan - Football Ken Fortenberry - Basketball Dr. E. Larry Doc Harrington - Trainer/Tennis Coach Eddie Kauchick - Football Inducted April 25, 1987 Carl Allen - Football Billy Applewhite - Golf Troy Craft - Football Amos Fowler - Football Bobby Posey - Football Bob Stevens - Football Inducted April 23, 1988 Jeff Bower - Football Capt. Billy Dickson - Baseball Hanford Dixon - Football Dr. William D. McCain - President, Clint Tapper - Football Don Winstead - Football Inducted April 21, 1989 Lionel Fayard - Football Shirley Jones-Hill - Basketball Buddy Palazzo - Football Fred Smallwood - Football Sammy Winder - Football Inducted April 20, 1990 Larry Boyd - Basketball , Football 1983, Baseball 1981 Bud Brown - Football Richard Byrd - Football Southern Miss Football

151 M-Club Hall of Fame Hill Denson - Baseball 1966 Buster Mullin - Football John Prince - Basketball Inducted April 26, 1991 Bill Davis - Football Larry Harrington, Jr. - Football , Baseball Glen Howe - Football Earl Marshall - Football M. K. Turk - Basketball Coach Inducted April 10, 1992 Mike Crenshaw - Football Dickie Dunaway - Football George Herring - Football Mike McAdams - Football Portland McCaskill - Basketball Anthony Stoney Parker - Football Inducted April 16, 1993 Chuck Cook - Football Webb Farish - Football Jim Gallaspy - Head Trainer Helen Grant - Women s Basketball , Softball 1980, Tennis , Volleyball 1979, Volleyball Coach , Tennis Coach , Softball Coach Milo McCarty - Football Inducted April 22, 1994 Kay James - Basketball Coach Louis Lipps - Football Hugh Mitchell - Football Doc Roberts - Golf 1952 Ron Clump Taylor - Football Hub Waters - Football Ben Willoughby - Football Inducted April 7, 1995 Bill Boling - Football Steve Carmody - Football Jimmie McDowell - Sports Information Director Bob Weathers - Basketball Inducted April 12, 1996 Dr. Robert Boothe - Basketball & Baseball Fred Cooley - Baseball Roland Dale - Athletic Director Willie Heidelberg - Football Arthur J. Red Mangum - Football Inducted April 18, 1997 Rich Corsetto - Basketball & Baseball Jim Coon Dog Davis - Football Brett Favre - Football Joye Lee McNelis - Women s Basketball Inducted April 17, 1998 Ben Garry - Football Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas - President Corky Palmer - Baseball Tony Rouchon - Football Inducted April 9, 1999 Randy Butler - Football Tom Le Gros - Football , Baseball George Stevens - Football , Basketball Bob Witt - Football Inducted April 7, 2000 Thamas Coleman - Coach Reggie Collier - Football Janice Felder - Women s Basketball Randolph Keys - Men s Basketball Jackie Laird - Men s Basketball John Perkins - Football Jimmy Taylor - Football Donnie Young - Track Inducted April 6, 2001 Billy Coleman - Football Nancy Faulk - Women s Basketball Sam Hollingsworth - Men s Basketball , H. C. Bill McLellan - Athletic Director Barbara Taylor Gandy - Softball Butler Sonny Tucker - Football Mitchell Williams - Track Inducted April 12, 2002 Willie Coats - Football Bobby Collins - Head Football Coach Marvin Harvey - Football L. T. Herrmann - Football Steve Knight - Baseball Diana Lyons-Jones - Basketball Chuck Rohe - Track & Field Inducted April 11, 2003 Rex Barnes - Football Tanya Bullock - Basketball Tommy Davis - Baseball Charles Ellzey - Football Glen Hnatiuk - Golf Tyrone Nix - Football Ken Shearer - Administrative Assistant Inducted April 16, 2004 Dr. Wayne Adkison - Football Marshall Bell - Head Track and Field Coach Stephanie Brown DeBrisco - Cross Country, Track and Field, Steve Clark - Football Shelton Gandy - Football Todd Nace - Baseball James van Norman - Golf Inducted April 15, 2005 Casey Fisher - Basketball Jeff Hammond - Football Onesimus Henry - Football Steve Summer - Golf Jack Thomas - Asst. Coach/Football Kerry Valrie - Football Baseball Inducted March 31, 2006 Sam Bella Football Courtney Blades-Rogers Softball John Brechtel Football 1962; Baseball Gene Carlisle Mascot Greg Hausler Football Jimmy Haynes Football Pat Kergosien Track Clemon Terrell Football Clarence Weatherspoon Basketball Inducted April 13, 2007 Amy Berman - Softball Larry Ecuyer - Football Ricky Floyd - Football Kenny Glenn - Track Derrek Hamilton - Basketball Vinson Bill Sullivan - Football Dr. Shelby Thames - President Inducted October 28, 2007 Richard Dick Shields - Football Ronald J. Slay - Head Football Coach 1912 Inducted September 19, 2008 Owen Bowen III - Football Admin. Asst present Harmon (Bull) Brannan - Football Mike Dennery - Football Buddy King - Football Michael Hansson - Men s Tennis 1982, Kyle Logan - Baseball Charlie McArthur - Football Lynn McLelland - Athletic Department Inducted September 18, 2009 Jim Carmody - Football Coach Erin Doyle-Packer, Women s Golf Wydol Faggard - Track Marchant Kenney - Football Louis D. Megehee - Football Lee Roberts - Football Inducted September 18, 2010 Mark Carmichael - Football Charles Dedwylder - Football Jennifer Ford - Softball Larry Hancock - Football Kevin Mangum - Athletic Trainer Buth McKenzie - Men s Tennis Bill Selby - Baseball Rhett Whitley - Football Inducted September 16, 2011 Darrin Chancellor - Men s Basketball Joe Dawson - Men s Basketball Angela Atterberry - Women s Basketball Keith Kennedy - Men s Swimming Chris Logan - Baseball Todd Pinkston - Football Patrick Surtain - Football Jerry Taylor - Football Adalius Thomas - Football Inducted September 28, 2012 Bill Breene - Baseball Bobby Hamilton - Football James Henry - Football Sharon Montgomery-Nelson - Volleyball, Kenny Siler - Men s Basketball Ricky Sutherland - Baseball John White - Men s Basketball Tim Yelverton - Men s Golf Deceased 149 southernmiss.com

152 Postseason Games Golden Eagles in Postseason All-Star Games All-America Bowl 1958 Bob Yencho, E Blue-Gray All-Star Classic 2001 Chad Williams, DB Roy Magee, LB 2000 Daleroy Stewart, DT 1996 Daryl Terrell, OL 1992 Marcus Pope, TE Chris Pierce, K 1991 Derrick Hoskins, DB Tim Roberts, DT 1989 Buddy King, T 1987 Billy Knighten, P 1986 Vincent Alexander, TB Collins Hess, DB 1984 Richard Byrd, DL 1983 Jerald Baylis, NG Glen Howe, OL 1982 Reggie Collier, QB 1980 Marvin Harvey, TE Hanford Dixon, DB Jamey Watson, OL 1974 Fred Cook, DE Mike Dennery, C 1967 Tommy Roussel, LB 1966 Ken Avery, LB Troy Craft, E 1965 John Mangum, T 1962 Billy Coleman, QB 1961 Don Fuell, QB 1949 Cliff Coggin, WR 1948 Albert Sanders, C Casino Del Sol All-Star Game 2012 Ryan Balentine, WR Cordarro Law, DL College All-Star Game 1973 Ray Guy, P 1968 Tommy Roussel, LB 1962 Don Fuell, QB 1960 Charles Ellzy, C Hugh McInnis, E 1957 Don Owens, T 1954 Bucky McElroy, HB East-West Shrine Bowl 2012 Austin Davis, QB Lamar Holmes, OL Ronnie Thornton, LB 2001 Leo Barnes, DB 2000 Sherrod Gideon, WR 1999 DeShone Mallard, B 1997 Daryl Terrell, OL 1991 Brett Favre, QB 1985 Richard Byrd, DT 1984 Steve Carmody, C 1983 Eddie Ray Walker, B 1982 Sammy Winder, RB Rhett Whitley, DE 1979 Randy Butler, OF/OG 1977 Amos Fowler, G 1956 Don Owens, T Inta Juice North-South All-Star Classic 2007 Darren McCaleb, K Japan Bowl 1988 Billy Knighten, P 1987 Collins Hess, DB 1987 Collins Hess, DB Las Vegas All-American Classic 2004 Antoine Cash, LB Eric Scott, DT Magnolia Gridiron All-Star Classic 2005 Dustin Almond, QB John Eubanks, DB NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2014 Khyri Thornton, DL 2012 Darius Barnes, OL Rotary Gridiron Classic 2003 Ronald Jones, DL 2002 Jeremy Bridges, OL Jason Jimenez, OL 2000 John Nix, DL Daleroy Stewart, DL Senior Bowl 2013 Jamie Collins, DL 2009 Shawn Nelson, TE 2004 Michael Boley, LB Jeremy Parquet, OL 2003 Greg Brooks, DB Rod Davis, LB Etric Pruitt, DB 2002 Jeremy Bridges, OL Torrin Tucker, OL 2000 Cedric Scott, DE Raymond Walls, DB John Nix, DT 1999 Sherrod Gideon, WR Terrance Parrish, DB Todd Pinkston, WR T.J. Slaughter, LB Adalius Thomas, DE 1997 Jamaal Alexander,DB Patrick Surtain, DB 1996 Johnny Lomoro, K 1994 Michael Tobias, DT 1993 Perry Carter, DB 1992 Mike Losia, DS Marcus Pope, TE James Singleton, LB 1991 Tony Smith, TB Tim Roberts, DT Chris Ryals, T Arnie Williams, LB 1990 Brett Favre, QB Kerry Valrie, DB 1989 James Henry, DB 1988 Chris Seroka, k 1987 Sidney Coleman, LB 1986 Lyneal Alston, WR 1985 Richard Byrd, DT 1984 Steve Carmody, C Glen Howe, T Louis Lipps, WR 1983 Reggie Collier, QB 1982 Sammy Winder, TB 1981 Hanford Dixon, DB 1980 J.J. Stewart, DE 1979 Randy Butler, T 1978 Ben Garry, TB 1976 Norris Thomas, DB 1975 John Sawyer, TE 1974 Fred Cook, DE Harvey McGee, WR 1972 Jimmy Haynes, C 1970 Henry Quick, DE 1969 Melvin Autry, C 1968 Tommy Roussel, LB 1967 Ken Avery, LB 1963 Harold Hays, C 1962 Don Fuell, QB 1961 Tommy Morrow, LB 1960 Hugh McInnis, E Johnny Skoplan, HB 1959 Richard Johnston, CR George Sekul, QB 1958 Curry Juneau, E 1957 Don Owens, T 1956 George Herring QB/P 1955 Hamp Cook, G 1954 Bucky McElroy, FB 1952 Scrappy Hart, HB 1951 Bubba Phillips, HB 1950 Cliff Coggin, E Texas vs. The Nation 2008 Brandon Sumrall, DB Southern Miss Football

153 All-Time Letterwinners A Abanikanda, Tokumbo Abercrombie, Sonny Abston, Justin Achee, Buster Acosta, Corey Adams, Henry Adams, Deke Adams, Drew Adkison, Wayne Agee, Randal Agner, Tom Ahrens, Greg Ainsworth, J.W Akins, Leon Alessandri, Leo Alexander, Jamaal Alexander, Neal Alexander, Otis Alexander, Vincent Alford, Anthony Alford, George Alford, Larry Alford, Mike Alherimi, Ali Allbritton, D.E Allen, Edwin Allen, Carl Allen, Dave Allen, Moochie Allen, Rickey Allen, Scott Alley, Lehman Almond, Dustin Alonzo, Don Alston, Lyneal Allums, J.F Allums, R.E Anderson, Alan Anderson, Andrew Anderson, G.D Anderson, Keelan Anderson, Leon Anderson, Terry Antoniou, Pete Applewhite, A.H Applewhite, Tommy Applewhite, William Arban, J.C Archie, John Armond, Chuck Armstrong, Andy Arnold, Clint Assad, Mujahid Ates, Gwen Austin, Leroy Autry, Melvin (Hank) Autrey, Melvin (Pel) Avery, Ken B Bachman, Gene Baetzman, Charley Baham, Ron Bailey, C.J Bailey, Reed Balazik, Brian Balentine, Ryan Ballard, Perry Ballard, Wally Banks, Derrick Banks, Leroy Banks, Rex Banks, Seth Bankston, Ronnie Baptiste, Gerald Barbaree, Jim Barefoot, Britt , Barfield, Doug Barger, Jimmy Barker, Patrick Barlow, Jason Barner, Demarcus Barnes, Darius Barnes, Josh Barnes, Leo Barnes, Rex Barnett, W.C Barney, Byron Barr, Nevil Barragan, Rolando Barrett, Howard Barton, Josh Baskin, Fred Basler, Randy Bates, H.G Bates, Oliver Batiste, George Battaglia, Joe Battles, Mike Baylis, Jerald Baylor, John Baylot, Erwin Beal, Tiko Beam, Frank Beckwith, Mitch Becton-Martin, Tray Beeching, Todd Bekkers, Nic Bell, A.D Bell, Brian A Bell, Brian F Bell, James Bell, Royal Bell, Tim Bella, Sam Benglis, Mike Bennett, Darrell Bentley, Kenny Bentley, Kevin Berry, James Bethea, William Bertucci, David Bickerstaff, G.G Bilbo, Ellis M Bird, Eugene Bishop, G.J Bishop, Jack Bishop, Jim Bishop, Ray Black, Mitch L Blackman, Bill Blackmon, Burnett Blackmon, Shederick Blackwell, A.B Blackwell, Clark Blackwell, Timmy Blake, Gerald Blakeney, Jack Blanchard, Mike Blanks, Kevin Boehme, Peter Boesch, Jim Bohannon, Jarrod Bolden, Kelvin Boley, Michael Boling, Herman (Bill) Bolis, Henry (Frenchie) Bolt, Carl Bolt, Doug Bolt, Karl Boleware, Tyrone Bond Bonis, Mark Booth, Eric Borde, Chuck Bourquard, Steve Bourgeois, Gary Boutwell, Tommy Bower, Jeff Bowling, Don Bowman, Brad Boyce, David Boyd, Barry Boyd, Homer Boyd, Larry Boyd, Vernon Boyett, Perry Boyette, Randy Boyette, Steve Boykin, Tony Bracken, Tyre Bradfute, Byron Bradley, Dylan Bradley, Furious Bradley, Rickey Bradley, Jr., Rickey Bradshaw, Ivory southernmiss.com

154 All-Time Letterwinners Brady, James Braley, Lehman Bramlette, Doyle Brannon, Donnell Brannon, Harmon Brantley, W.A Brasher, Buford Brashier, Jimmy Brassfield, S.A Breazeale, Marvin Breckner, Kevin Brechtel, Berengher Brechtel, John Breeland, Brennan, Tommy Bridgford, Allan Briggs, Chris Britt, Harold Brewer, Bridges, Donald Wayne Bridges, Jeremy Bridges, Wilbur Brill, Charles Brinson, Michael Broadus Brock, Fred Brock, Tom Brock, Thomas Leon Brooks, Greg Brooks, Jimmy Braud, Blanchard Broussard, Steve Broughton, Jerry Browden, Terrell Brown, Bud Brown, Charlie Brown, Chuck Carr Brown, DeAndre Brown, Eric Brown, Frank Brown, Hays Brown, Jesse Brown, Jim Brown, John Brown, Marvin Brown, Micah Brown, Morris Brown, Obie Brown, R.J Brown, Ralph Brown, Randolph Brown, Robert Brown, Robert Brown, Ron Brown, Ron Brown, Steve Brown, Terry Brown, Vincent Broyles, Sammy Brumfield, Jackson Brutley, Daryon Bryant, Joe Bryant, Scott Buckhalter, Chris Bullock, Vernon Bunkley Burckel, Joe Burdette, Justin Burge, Ken Burkett, John Burkhart, Kyle Burnett, Blaine Burnett, Ive Burns, Andrew Burns, Bryan Burns, L.A Burns, Robert Busby, A Busby, Leonard (Bubba) Busby, J.M Busby, J.R. (Black) Busby, W.Z. (Red) Busch, L Butler, Cal Butler, Cassie Butler, Randy Byars, Don Bynum, Glen Byrd, Mark Byrd, Richard Byrd, Roshaad Byrd, Timmy Byrne, Brad C Cagle, V.C Caldwell, Richard Calhoun, C.C Calhoun, Ben Callahan, Micheal Camhout, Jacques Campbell, Bobby Campbell, Chris Campbell, Clifton C. (Mutt) Campbell, Claude (Cotton) Campbell, Jimmy Campbell, Louis Campbell, Randy Campbell, Windell Cannon, Carl Cannon, John Cardenas, Eddie Carmichael, Mark Carmody, Keith Carmody, Steve Carpenter, Ken Carr, John Carr, Sonny Carroll, Ricky Carrozzo, Falco Carter Carter Carter, Charlie Carter, Damion Carter, Demetris Carter, John Carter, Lamar Carter, Perry Carter, Simmie Carter, Walter Carter, Woodrow Casey, Quintus Cash, Antoine Casnave, Greg Caton, Keith Caudill, Barry Causey, Nate Causey, Pedi Caughman, Donnie Cavignac, Chaz Ceppenati, Larry Chambers, Tre Champagne, Karone Chancellor, James Channell, Ronnie Chanove, Conrad Chapman, Anthony Chapman, Derek Chatelain, Matthew Cheatham, Ronnie Childers, W.F Chisolm, Scott Christmas, J.Y Clancy, Charles Clark, Bish Clark, Brett Clark, Chris Clark, Garrett Clark, Harold Clark, Harry Clark, Lesley Clark, Ricardo Clark, S.A Clark, Steve Clark, Wesley (Buzzy) Clay, Billy Clayton, N.R Cleckler, Dillon Clements, M.G Clinton, E.W Coats, Willie (Teenie) Cochran, Pete Cockfield, Larry Coggin, Cliff Colbert, Clevon Coleman, Billy Southern Miss Football

155 All-Time Letterwinners Coleman, F.M Coleman, Barrett Coleman, John Coleman, Lee Coleman, Sidney Coley, Kevis Coley, Trevis Collier, I.A Collier, Reggie Collins, Jamie Collins, Kendrick Collins, Vernard Colona, Darryl Combest, Steve Comacho, John Conner, Terrance Conner, Walter Cook, Chuck Cook, Ed Cook, E.L Cook, Fred Cook, Hamp Cook, Harvey Cook, Joe Cooley, Travis Cooper, James Cooper, Tim Corbett, Pattrick Corley Cornelius, N.H Cornelison, Van Corne, Charlie Corner, Willie Cotton, Jacorius Coughlin, Walton Courington, Antwon Cowart, Don Cowart, O.E Cowart, Roland Cox, Ernest Cox, James Cox, Luther M Crabb, A.B Craft, Craft, C.E Craft, Dalvin Craft, Mike Craft, Mitch Craft, Troy Crane, Losa Crawford, S.B Crenshaw, Mike Crestman, J.H Crimm, Ben Critty, Armand Croley, Scott Crusoe, Carlos Culliver, Grant Cumbie, Seth Cunningham, Donald D Dabbs, Fortner (Sporty) Dabbs, J.V Daigle, Stephen Dale, J.E Dale, V.C Dampeer, Greg D Angelo, Joey D Angelo, Micky D Angelo, Robby Daniell, Steve Daniels, J.W Daniels, Terry Dantzler, Orlando (Pop) Darby, C.J Davenport, Jim (Peanuts) Davidson, Richie Davis Davis, Austin Davis, Bill Davis, Brandon Davis, Chuck Davis, Fred E Davis, Jim Davis, J.W Davis, Larry Davis, Rod Davis, Tommy Davis, W.J Dawkins. David Dean, Nick Dedwylder, Charley Deering, Defranco, Tony Dejarnette, Sam Del Vacario, Pat Dement, Robert (Curley) Dempsey, Alvin Denley, James Dennery, Mike Dennis, Stacy Denson, Hunter Deremer, Jeff DeVal, Les Devrow, Billy Dewitt, Leroy Dews, C.L. (Dipsey) Dickey, Curtis Dickerson, Harold Dickinson, Bo Dillard, Thad Dilworth, Billy Dixon, Hanford Doggett, Joe Donegan, Rick Dorsey, James Dorsey, Travis Dotson, Demar Douglas, Kelsey Dowd, Clyde Doze, Mitch Dragg, Johnny Draughn, Benny Driskell, Jimmy Drone, Mark Ducksworth, Lelland Ducksworth, Robert Duggins, Brent Duhon, Joe Dunaway, Dickie Dunn, Kendall Dunn, Steve DuPont, Robert E Earnest, Ryan East, T.F Ector, Clemon Ecuyer, Larry Edenfield, Thomas Edgar, Frank Edwards, Addaryl Edwards, Elmer Edwards, W.G Eggersman, Hugh Elder, Reggie Ellender, Vaughn Elliott, Roger Ellis, Ryan Ellis, Steve Ellzey, Charles Emerson, Ralph Eskridge, John Estes, Eric Estes, Justin Ethridge, Ron Eubanks, John Eubanks Evans, Brian Evans, Bruce Evans, G.G Evans, G.W Evans, Roy Evans, Russell Everett, Octaviues F Fagan, Walter Fairchild, Danny Fairley, Gayle Farmer, Brandon Farrer, Pitt Farrior, Devin Farris, Ken Farrish, Webb Faulk, Jasper southernmiss.com

156 All-Time Letterwinners Favor, Arsenio Favre, Brett Favre, Jeff Fayard, Lionel Fehrenbacher, Jim Felix, C.J Felts, Nollie Ferlise, Pat Ferrell, Hugh Ferrell, Jim Ferrell, Pat Fife, Dale Fillingim, Elmer Finch, Brownie Finch, Ray Finch, Roy Finch, W Finlayson, John S Firestone, Frank Fisackerly Fisher Fitzgerald, Dave Flanagan, P.P Flanders, Bob Flanders, Josh Fleming, A.B Fleming, F Fleming, Joel Fleming, R Fletcher, Damion Fletcher, I.W Floyd, John Floyd, Ricky Floyd, Stuart Floyd, V.J Flurry, H.L Flynt, Foley, Bill Ford, Terrance Fore, Steve Forte, James Foshee, Orville Foshee, Win Fowler, Amos Fowler, Dannye Fox, E.E Francesconi, Brandon Francis, Brandon Franklin Franklin, Antonio Freeman, Bill Freeman, Thomas Glover Freeman, Wil Fremin, Jerry Friedhoff, Gary Fuell, Don Fulkerson, Jack Furlow, S.M Fussell, Clifton G Gabourel, Shane Gabriel, Jack Gafford, L.E Galloway, Tito Gamble, Shaun Gamble, Tracy Gandy, Shelton Ganse, Joe Gantt, Kyle Gardner, W.C Garner, D Garner, Bobby Garner, Terrel Garrett, Denton Garry, Ben Garton, Morris Gates, Neil Gatti, Dick Gay, Jack Gemmel, Rick Gibson, Barry Gideon, Sherrod Gill, Art Gill, Byron Gillis, Malcolm Glass, Tommie Glover, Melton Godwin, Eddie Golden, Wiley Gorney, Bill Gonzalez, Jose Gordon, Anthony Gordon, Derrick Goudy, Johntre Gowdy, Maurice Grace, Nathan Graham, Graham, Arthur Graham, Greg Graham, Heath Graham, James Graham, Stanley Graves, Otho Gray, Anthony Gray, Antonio Gray, Rodney Gray, Tony Grayson, Charles Green, Cole Green, Jeff Green, John Green, Kwantell Green, Reed Green, Richard Green, Tim Greene, Jordan Greene, Robert Greer, George Gregory, J.E Griffin, Steven Griffin, Terry Griffith, Cecil Grimes, Alton Grubbs, Gary Guerry, Jonathan Guin, Arlis Gullette, A.T Gulley, Josh Gulley, Letorrance (LT) Gunnell, Nick Guy, Ray Guy, T.J H Haag, Chris Haag, Chris R Hackney, J.P Haeusler, Greg Hailey, Scooba Halbert, James Hale, Ben Hale, James Hale, John Hale, Ken Haley, Danny Hall, Jason Hallman, Tim Hambright, Brandon Hamilton, Bobby Hammond, Jeff Hancock, Larry Handy, Leroy Hanks, Ryan Hanna, Brant Hansford, Preston Hanzo, Al Hardaway, Tim Hardman, Roger Hardy, Kendrick Hardy, Terry Hardy, Tom Hardy, Wayne Harmon, Eugene Harper, Scott Harrell, Joe Harris, Anthony Harris, Anthony Harris, Antrone Harris, Bobo Harris, Don Harris, Jerry Harris, Mike Harris, Orlando Harris, Ray Harrison, Rocky Harrison, Tory Harrington Southern Miss Football

157 All-Time Letterwinners Harrington, Billy Harrington, Cooper Harrington, Larry Harrington, Robert Hart, Granville Harvey, Marvin Hatcher, Wayne Hatchett, Marchene Haulman, Mark Havard, Jimmy Hayden, Charles Haynes, Carmus Haynes, Jimmy Hays, Harold Heard, Kevin Heath, Charles Heath, John Hebert, Ryan Hefner, Reece Hegwood, Wayne Heidelburg, Willie Helms, Steve Henderson, Archie Henderson, John Henderson, Pat Henderson, Robert Henderson, Tom Hendrix, Hendrix, Caleb Hendrix, Joey Hendrix, Steve Hendrixs, Troy Henley, Joe Henry, James Henry, Malachi Henry, Onesimus Herrmann, Leo (L.T.) Herring, Charles Herring, George Herrington, Roland Herron, Johnny Hervey, Derrick Hess, Collins Hester, E.W Hester, Jeremy Hickman, Logan Hicks, Brett Hicks, Eddie Hicks, Jim Hicks, Roger Highstreet, Paul Hightower, Aaron Hill, Andy Hill, George Hill, Rashod Hillman, Hinton, Charles Hinton, Jerry Hinton, L.T Hitt, Harold Hodges, Bill Hodges, Deon Holcomb, Holifield, G.E Hollingsworth, Luther Hollins, Raymond... Holleman, Clarence Holloway, Holloway, Jimmy Holmes, David Benton Holmes, Bobby Holmes, Denton Holmes, Lamar Holmes, Ronnie Holmes, Sonny Holmes, Tyre oune Holt, Gary Hood, Richard Honaker, Doug Hopgood, Jeff Horn, Don Horton, Freeman Hosemann, David Hosey, Corey Hoskins, Derrick Housley, Wesley Houston, Brennan Houston, Zaid Howard, Carl Howard, Jackie Howard, Thomas Howe, Glen Howell, Ronald Howell, Tony Howerton, Howington, Lee Howze, Alan Hrapmann, Danny Huckabee, Cooper Huddleston, Fred Hudson, Ethridge Hudson, Mickey Huelsbeck, Harry Huesser, Huey Huettel, Steve Huff, Jim Huff, Robert Huff, Scott Hughes, Bobby Hughes, Jamison Hughes, Shane Hull, Cody Hultz, Don Hultz, George Hultz, Wilford Hunt, George Hunt, Reggie Hunter, Chico Hunter, George Hurd, Josh Hurdle, Jesse Hurst, Adam Hutchins, Pierre I Iosia, Mike Isler, Alan Ivy, Gary Ivy, Jake J Jackson, Chris Jackson, Danny Jackson, Eddie Ray Jackson, Joe Jackson, Kevin Jackson, Michael Jackson, Pat Jackson, Quentin Jackson, T.A Jackson, Wayne Jarbo, Collin Jarrell, Billy Jeffries, Don Jenevein, Jack Jenkins, Charlie Jimenez, Jason Johnson, Aubrey Johnson, Arthur Johnson, Bruce Johnson, Chris Johnson, Chris Johnson, Clifford Johnson, David Earl Johnson, Desmond Johnson, Emmanuel Johnson, Jerrion Johnson, Johnny Johnson, J.R Johnson, Kenny Johnson, Leroy Johnson, Luke Johnson, Marion C. (Tuffy) Johnson, Mark Johnson, Mel Johnson, Nick Johnson, Reggie Johnson, Roland Johnson, Sam Johnson, Stan Johnson, Tom Johnson, Tony Johnson, Urell Johnston, Frank Johnston, Richard Jones, Buster Jones, Calvin southernmiss.com

158 All-Time Letterwinners Jones, Coemba Jones, Carl Jones, Coty Jones, Curt Jones, Dauvard Jones, Deddrick Jones, D.O Jones, G.N Jones, George W Jones, Jimmy Jones, John Wesley Jones, Rayshun Jones, Ronald Jones, Ronald Jordan, Robert (Sonny) Jones, Theodore Jones, Victor Jordan, Tom Jordan, Wilmer Juneau, Curry Junker, Milton Jussely, David Justesen, Mike K Kaiser, Edward Kaplan, Eddie Katrishen, William (Mike) Kauchick, Eddie Keckin, Val Keith, David Keith, Kasey Kelley, Greg Kelly, Adam Kelly, Jeff Kemper, Elmer Kemper, Eugene Kemper, Robert Kennedy, Adam Kennedy, Ta Dren Kennet, Ben Kenney, Marchant Kennington, Shelton Key, Kendrick Key, Radell Keys, Corell Killingsworth, Emanuel King, King, Buddy King, Earl King, James King, Jim King, Rivers Kirke, John Kirker, George Kirkland, Kirksey, William Kirsh, M Kissner, Bernard Kitchen, Jim Klein, Lee Knight, Jake Knighten, Billy Knobloch, Donnie Koen, Sankey Kondrat, Ihor (Mike) Knox, Bishop Kolinsky, Nick L Lacoste, Chris Ladner, A.R Ladner, Obie Laird, John Lambert, Lambright, Maxie Lampley, Tracy Lance, Bobby Landers, Zeb Landor, Jonathan Landrum, Mike Landry, Darrell Lane, D.H Lang, Elmo Langford, Eddie Langston, Chris Larsen, Billy Lasley, Martin Latham, Joe Latson, Steve Latta, Randy Lauderdale. Keith Law, Cordarro Law, Don Lawrence, DaRon Lee, Kendrick Lee, Zack Leach, Andy Leach, William Leech, D.C Leech, F.S LeFlore, Jessye LeGros, John LeGros, Tom Lehman, Howard Lenore, Charles Leonard, Antonio Letort, Henry Lever, John Leverette, Hendrick Lewis, Cliff Lewis, L Lewis, Lavern Lilly, Sale Limbaugh, Ernest Lindley, Jeremy Lindsey, Chad Lippincott, Dooney Lipps, Louis Little, Bobby Livings, Mike Llanos, Francisco Lloyd, Ricky Lockett, Akeem Lockley, Van Loehr, Don Loescher, Keith Logan, Craig Lomoro, Johnny Longest, H.B Long, Cecil (Buddy) Long, Larry Long, Richard Long, Terry Looman, Kevin Loper, O.B Loper, Roland Lorio, Rene Lossette, David Lott, H.V Lovette, Vardaman Lowe, C.A Lumpkin, Lance Lundy Lynch, Rod Lynch, Wade Lynn, Frank Lyons, Billy Lyons, Jerome M MacDonald, Don Magee, Guy Magee, J.W Magee, Roy Magee, Skylor Magee, Torris Magers, Hugh Mahone, Mike Majure, Thomas Mallard, DeShone Malone, Dennis Malone, Sidney Magnum, Arthur J. (Red) Mangum, John Mann, Bill Mann, Walter Manning, J.E Manning, Shadler Mapes, Dick Mapp, J.H Marlow, Edmund Marsh, Chafan Marshall, Earl Marshall, William Martello, Tony Southern Miss Football

159 All-Time Letterwinners Martin, Martin, Bill Martin, J.H. (Abe) Martin, James Martin, Dawayne Marzula, Joey Mason, Mason, Burtis Mason, Cole Mason, Jim (Brick) Mason, Max Mason, Vontre Massengale, A.C Massey, Dwayne Massey, Jonathan Matlock, Jacob May, George May, George May, Jack May, Johnny Mayfield, C.R McAdams, Mike McAllister, T McAlpin, Jack McArthur, Charlie McCaleb, Darren McCall, Tim McCarley, Howard McCarthy, Milo McCarthy, Steve McClammy, Keith McClellan, Mike McClendon, Henry McCleskey, H.L., Jr McCleskey, J. Warren McCleskey, Warren McCollough, Alan McCombs, Vic McCormick, Boots McCorvey, Jerry McCoy, Eddie McCrary, J.A McCrory, Patrick McCullough, Paul McCullum, Dasman McDaniel, Damon McDaniel, Dane McDaniel, Ed McDay, Willie McDevitt, James McDonald, C.T McDonald, Jalce McDowell, Thad McElroy, Bucky McGee, Chris McGee, Cornelius McGee, Harvey McGee, Howard McGee, Michael McGilvary, H.W McHenry, Leeman McInnis, McInnis, Hugh McIlwain, Ben McKay, M.K McKay, John McKee, Ryan McKellar, Fats McKellar, Bob McKenzie, Darris McKinney, Myreon McKenzie, Mike McKnight, O.A McLaughlin, Fred McLemore, Louis McLendon, Frank A McLendon, R.D McLeod, Andin McLeod, Ben McLeod, C.R McLeod, Harry McLeod, I.M McLeod, Mark McMahan, Brent McMahan, Homer McMahan, John McMillan, Terry McPhail, Aubrey McPherson, Jamie McRae, Albert McRae, H.V McRath, Gerald McReynolds, George McSwain, Rufus McWhorter, Mead, Neal Meador, C.G Meador, John Meador, Morris Means, Marc Medders, Bryant Meeks, John Meeks, Lawrence Megehee, Lewis D Melton, Davis Melton, John Melton, Tommy Merrill, Sean Messer, Otho Metevia, Tim Meyer, Fred Michael, Alex Michaelson, Seth Miciotto, Buck Miciotto, Gus Mikel, Billy Miles, Russell Miller, Bruce Miller, DeBarriaus Miller, Ray Miller, Tim Milling, Clarence L Milling, H.C Mills, Shawn Mills, W.W Millum, Milner, Jay Milner, William W Mims, Doug Miner, Tony Mitchell, Gary Mitchell, J. Hugh Mitchell, Landon Mitchell, Mike Mitchell, Porter Mitchell, W.D Mitcherson, Jim Mize, Bobby Moffett, Jackie Molden, Fred Monroe, Matt Montague, Frank Montgomery, Billy Hugh Montgomery, Carlos Montgomery, Jim Montgomery, John Montgomery, Mark Moon, Mike Moore, Lance Moore, Red Moore, Barney Moore, Ernie Moore, Fredrick Moore, Keon Moore, Lance Moore, Sherron Moore, Tom Moore, Willie B Moorer, Carey Morgan, Audice D Morgan, Earl Morgan, Ed Morgan, Fred Morgan, Joe Morgan, Patrick Morris, Johdrick Morrow, Tommy Moseley, Matt Mott, Andrew Moulton, Larry Moyer, Paul Mullens, Nick Mullin, Jerry (Buster) Mullis, Fred Mumford, Gerald Murray, Jamil Murray, Lewis southernmiss.com

160 All-Time Letterwinners Muscarello, Phil Musmeci, Phil N Nall. Herman Nance, Kelby Naron, Braskel Nathan, Boobie Nations, Lance Neill, John Nelms, Creighton Nelson, Dwayne Nelson, James Nelson, Shawn Neville, George Newberry, Art Newman, Kent Newsom, Trevor Nichols, John Nichols, William Nielsen, Kewin Nix, A.L Nix, Derrick Nix, John Nix, Tyrone Nobles, Benny Ray Nobles, Herbert Ray Nolan, Timirra Norris, Jim Norsworthy, Lamar North, Kevin Northam, Ricky Norton, Norton, Larry Novak, Jeff Nunez, Eddie Nunez-Roches, Rakeem Nunn, Terry Nyang, Mam Nyers, Jim O Oakes, Houston Oakley, Tracy O Barr, Rod Odom, Archie Odom, David Odom, Reggie Olander, Mike Oliver, Maurice Ollison, Rod Olson, Billy O Mara, B.B O Neal, Cameron O Neal, Silas Oradat, Larry Orange, Doyle Orphan, Dino Orrell, Sonny Ortega, Yamil Osborne, Evan Ott, A.D Ott, Sam Oubre, Willie Ovca, Joe Overby, A.H Overby, Howard Overby, M.E Owen, Jim Ray Owen, Joe Owens, Anthony Owens, Don Owings, A.D P Pace, Chal Palazzo, Buddy Palmer, Danny Palmer, Jonathan Palmer, Ricky Parham, Freddie Parker, Anthony (Stoney) Parker, Charles Parker, Charlie Parker, W.L Parker, Doug Parquet, Jeremy Parrish, David Parrish, Terrance Parsons, A.H Patrick, Malcolm Patterson Patterson, Pat Paul, Terrell Paulin, Dwayne Payne, George Payne, Jim Peacock, R.V Pears, Levon Pearson, Joe Pearson, Ryan Peck, Gabe Pellerin, Micah Pendarvis, Sylvester Penn, Justin Pepper, Hugh Laurin Perine, Anthony Perkins, John Perry, C.J Pertero, J.T Peterson, Taylor Phenix, Perry Phillips, Eric Phillips, John Melvin (Bubba) Phillips, Jerome Phillips, Ken Phillips, Otto Phillips, P.E Phillips, Quantrellis Phillips, Ricky Phillips, Robert Pieper, Chris Pieper, Greg Pierce, Chris Pierce, Quentin Pigott, Pigott, Bud Pinkston, Joey Pinkston, Todd Pitts, John Plunkett, Wilson Pogue, Tony Pollard, Lytrel Poole, Ja Boree Pope, Marcus Pope, Moran Pope, Moran Pope, O Lester Pope, Terrance Portis, Willie Posey, Bobby Posey, Jeff Poulin, Mike Powe, Myron Powell, Powell, Carlos Powell, Raymond Powers, Carley Presley, Kendrick Prestage, Aaron Preston, Ed Price, Price, David Prince, Martavius Pruitt, Etric Pugh, Dan Pumphrey, Charles Purnell, Frank Purser, Jamie Purvis, Purvis, Leo Purvis, Robert Purvis, Tommy Purvis, Vic Q Quattrochi, Austin Querner, William Quick, Henry R Raines, Marcus Randle, E.E Rankin, Steve Rankins, Labarion Southern Miss Football

161 All-Time Letterwinners Ratcliff, Melvin Ratesic, John Ray, Alex Ray, Kenny Rayburn, Gary Rayman, Gerald Reaves, Stephen Reda, Dylan Redd, Eric Reed, Greg Reed, Kalan Reed, Rod Reeves, Bryan Reeves, John H Revies, Jamarcus Reynolds, Reynolds, Carl Reynolds, Henry (Hindu) Reynolds, Marvin Rhed, Bobby Rhoden, Chris Rial, Robbie Ricard, Marquise Rice, Wiley Rich, John Rich, Larry Richard, Jalen Richards, Chaz Richards, Fred Richards, Mike Richardson, Eric Richardson, Milton Richmond, LeVance Ricks, Troy (T.A.) Riley, E.J Riley, Karlin Rinehart, Bob Roan, Kameron Roberts, Bill Roberts, C.C Roberts, Chris Roberts, E.S Roberts, Gary Roberts, Lee Roberts, M.M Roberts, Tim Roberts, Will Robertson, Robertson, Jonathan Robinson, James Robinson, Lucius Robinson, Marcal Rockwell, Bishop Rodman, George Rodriguez, Tony Rogers, Albert Rollins, Vincent Romo, Joe Rosmaond, Ivan Rosello, Dennis Ross, Joel , 2012 Rouchon, Tony Rouse, Doug Roussel, Tommy Rowan, T.J Rowell, Eugene Rowells Ruffin, Chad Runnell, G.H Russell, G.H Russell, John T Russell, Reggie Rutherford, Rudy Ryals, Chris S Sablich, John Saddler, Saggus, Gerry Salter, St. Pierre, Ray Salmon, Dan Samples, Eual Sanders, Al Sanders, George Sanders, Stanley Sarrazin, Tyler Satcher, Doug Saucier, Sawyer, John Scalzo, Chester Schiro, Mike Schnider, Billy Schoenberger, Ben Schoeneck, Joe Schuffert, Lance Schwartz, Bobby Scott, Cedric Scott, DeQuincy Scott, Deric Scott, Eric Scott, Eric Scott, Jake Scott, Maxie Scott, P.C Sears, Corey Seay, Scott Seegars, James D Sekul, George (QB) Sekul, George (FB) Seligman, Harvey Sellers, Davy Seroka, Chris Seymour, Nicky Shackelford, Craig Shannon, Karr Sharp, Razor Sharpe, Al Shattles, Otis Shaw, Eddie Shaw, Harold Sheffield, Joe Shields, Richard Shaw, Sherrard Shenk, Rodney Shepherd, Bob Shepherd, J.T Sherron, Jay Shirley, Lewis Shoemake, Billy Short, Scott Shows, Carroll Shows, W.T Silas, Melvin Simmons, Jon Simmons, Edgar Simmons, Gordon Sims, Chuck Sims, Emmett Sims, Justin Sims, Sawyer Singleton, Joe Singleton, James Sizemore, Stacy Sklopan, Johnny Slater, Rick Slaughter, T.J Slaughter, Ulysses Slay, Glyn Sloter, Kyle Smallwood, Fred Smith, Alex Smith, Boo Smith, Bracy Smith, Butch Smith, Carl Smith, Chandler Smith, Charles J Smith, Chauncey Smith, Darian Smith, Doug Smith, Eric Smith, Eugene Smith, J Smith, Jay Smith, Roosevelt (Kip) Smith, Martez Smith, Michael Smith, Mike Smith, Roy Smith, Ross Smith, Stacy Smith, Tim Smith, Tony Smith, W.C Smith, William Smith, Willie southernmiss.com

162 All-Time Letterwinners Smithart, Bobby Snell, Reese Snowden, Jeremy Soberski, Ed Spence, Arnold Spence, William Spencer, Ken Speracino, Jack Speyrer, Mark Spiers, Blake Spigener, C.W Spight, William Spruiell, Frank Stabler, Roy Stallings, Robert Ray Stampley, Walter Stanley, George Starnes, Joey Stephen, Marty Stevens, Arnold Stevens, Craig Stevens, George Stevens, Joe Stevens, Robert Steward, Stewart, Argile Stewart, Brunnus Stewart, Daleroy Stewart, Naton Stewart, J.J Stewart, L Stewart, Lindy Stewart, William Strain, Richard Stringer, Jim Stonestreet, J.D Stringfellow, Joe Stringfellow, Julius (Poochie) Stromas, Carsha Stuart, Claude Stubbs, Nevin Sullivan, C.W Sullivan, Dominique Sullivan, Vinson Summers, C.L Sumrall, Brandon Sumrall, George Sumrall, T.D Supple, Buddy Surace, Dicky Surtain, Pat Switzer, Reginald Symmes, Will T Taconi, Nolan Tally, Paul Tapper, Clinton Tapper, John T Tate, Eddie Tate, Fred Tawater, Cody Taylor, Taylor, C.J. (Pete) Taylor, Doug Taylor, E.S Taylor, Jerry Taylor, Jim Taylor, Jimmy Taylor, Larry Taylor, Larry Taylor, Ronald Teague, Albert Tenore, Jim Terrell, Clemon Terrell, Darryl Thames, Richard (Dick) Thatch, George Thicklen, Willie Thigpen, Doug Thomas Thomas, Adalius Thomas, Albert Pat Thomas, Arnold Thomas, Brownie Thomas, Jim Thomas, Larry Thomas, Norris Thomas, Octavius , 13 Thomas, Percy Thomas, Rod Thomas, Sam Thompson, Bruce Thompson, D.D Thompson, D.J Thompson, Jack Thompson, Martez Thompson, Rick Thompson, Steve Thompson, Kevin Thornton, Gordon Thornton, Khyri Thornton, Ronnie Tillman, Darryl Tillman, George Tisdale, Brooks Tobias, Michael Tolbert, Larry Tom, Cameron Tompkins, Clinton Toomey, Erskine Touchstone, G.R Trahan, Tommy Trahan, Ty Trantham, C.G Travis, Roy Tregle, Al Trimm, Ferrell Triplett, Calvin Triplette, Markese Trone, Elbert Tuccio, Sam Tucker, Butler (Sonny) Tucker, Joe Tucker, R.H Tucker, Torrin Tuggle, Joe Tujaque, Tullis, Willie Turner, Claude Turner, Louis Turner, Marcus Tynes, John U Ulmer, Terryl Ulrich, Paul Underwood, George Underwood, P.W Urquhart, Don Ussery, Larry V Valrie, Kerry Vance, Toby Van Hook, Cloyd Van Tone, Art Vaughn, Blake Vaughn, Chris Veal, Marshall Verdell, David Vige, Maxie Villalonga, Michael Vracken, Van Venable, L.S Vetrano, Joe Vines, M.R Vincent, Arno Vinson, James W Waites, Al Waites, Edgar Waites, Fred Waites, Otis Waites, Donnie Waldvogel, Perry Walker, David Lee Walker, Eddie Ray Walker, Harry Walker, Ken Walker, Tracy Walker, W.H Walker, Winston Wallace, Charles Wallace, William Southern Miss Football

163 All-Time Letterwinners Walley, James Walls, Raymond Walters, Alexander Walters, Tommy Walters, Zeke Walthaw, Cedric Walton, Linn Ward, Bill Warner, Bill Warner, Pop Warnsley, Reginald Warren, Joey Washington, Ben Waters, Fred Waters, Hub Waters, Melvin (Bucky) Waters, Tommy Watkins, Buddy Watkins, Warren Watson, Andre Watson, Clint Watson, Jamey Watson, Milton Watson, Ryan Watterson, Gerald Watts, Larry Watts, Toby Watwood, Louis Weakley Bobby Weathers, Adam Weathersby, Robert Weaver, Jason Webb, Andy Webb, Bobby Webb, Ladarius Webb, Thomas Weeks, Cole Weeks, Robbie Welborn, J.P Welch, Delvin Welch, Michael Wells, Robert Wells, Robert Wells, Terrence Wells, Vernon West, Walton Westerfield, George Wheat, Otis Wheaton, Marquese Wheeler, Jimmie B. (J.B.) Wheeler, Kendel Wheeler, Tom Whiddon, Justin Whitcomb, John White, Chris White, Doug White, Dyron White, Jack White, Joe White, Joe White, Milton White, Richard White, Zac Whitehead, Ray Whitfield, Dallas Whitley, Rhett Whitney, Alan Wiggins, C.H Wilbanks, Mike Wiles, Willie Dee Wilkes, Wilkes, Bernie Wilkes, Chuck Wilkes, Peter Wilkins, Ed Williams, Williams, Adam Williams, Alfred Williams, Arnie Williams, Chad Williams, Darrell Williams, Eric Williams, Gary Williams, Jackie Williams, James Williams, Kerry Williams, Korey Williams, Leonard Williams, Marty Williams, R.M Williams, W.B Williamson, D Williamson, Roy Williams, Seante Williams, Tavarres Williams, Wendell Willoughby, Ben Willingham, Eddie Willoughby, Will Wilson, Anthony Wilson, Bob Wilson, Calvin Wilson, Deron Wilson, Edward Wilson, Fred Wilson, Henry Wilson, Irie Wilson, Jerrel Wilson, Justin Wilson, Khalid Wilson, Richard Wilson, Todd Wilson, Walker Wimberly, Donald Winchester, Gayle Winder, Sammy Windham, Rod Windham, Rusty Windsor, Chris Winn, Melvin Winstead, Don Witt, Robert Womack, Bruce Wommack, Kane Wood, Brian Wood, W.H Wood, R.L Wood, Richard Wood, Tommy Woods, Dawayne Woodard, Mike Woodward, D.M Woodyard, Jamal Worthington, Bradley Wright, Curtis Wright, James Wright, Jerry Wright, Larry Wright, Mike Wright, Robert Wright, Terrick Wright, Tim Wright, William Wynn, Pat Y Yates, Corey Yates, Johnny Yates, Ollie Yelverton, Tony Yencho, Bob Yenni, Joe Youmans, Tommy Young, Ailrick Young, Jeremy Young, Larenzo Young, Martevious Young, Marvin Young, Nate Z Ziegler, Curtis Zipp, Cameron southernmiss.com

164 All-Time Results Ronald J. Slay 1 Season 1912 Record: 2-1 A professor on the Mississippi Normal College faculty, Slay was appointed as athletic director and head coach of the first football team. A science and modern language teacher, Slay recorded a 2-1 record in his only season as coach. He remained on the staff and served as athletic director for the president, Dr. Joe Cook (2-1) Coach: Ronald J. Slay 10/13 Hattiesburg Boys Scouts W/30-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/19 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/0-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/5 Mobile Military Academy W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. M.J. Blondie Williams 1 Season 1913 Record: A former Mississippi A&M star ( ) joined on as Coach of the Normal squad at the request of Slay, who remained as Normal s athletic director. Williams was captain of the 1911 Mississippi A&M squad that went with wins over Mississippi College and Ole Miss and a tie with Alabama (1-5-1) Coach: M. J. Blondie Williams 9/27 Poplarville High School L/0-25 Poplarville, Miss. 10/11 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/0-19 Gulfport, Miss. 10/18 Mobile Military Academy W/11-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/25 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/6-11 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/8 Mobile Military Academy L/0-14 Mobile, Ala. 11/22 Poplarville High School T/0-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/27 Mississippi L/7-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. A.B. Dillie 3 Seasons Record: A former Mississippi A&M star halfback, Dillie spent three seasons as head Coach: of the Mississippi Normal squad (2-3-1) Coach: A. B. Dillie 10/2 Mississippi College L/0-39 Clinton, Miss. 10/17 Spring Hill L/13-24 Mobile, Ala. 10/24 Mobile Military Academy W/24-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/31 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/0-19 Gulfport, Miss. 11/7 Perkinston High School W/9-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/14 Poplarville High School T/0-0 Hattiesburg, Miss (4-4) Coach: A. B. Dillie Captain: Jack Thompson 10/9 Poplarville High School L/0-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/16 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/0-3 Gulfport, Miss. 10/30 Perkinston High School W/26-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/6 Spring Hill L/7-33 Mobile, Ala. 11/13 Copiah-Lincoln High School W/55-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/20 Poplarville High School W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/25 Gulf Coast Military Academy W/7-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. Mississippi College L/ (0-3) Coach: A. B. Dillie 10/7 Poplarville High School Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/16 Meridian High School L/0-31 Meridian, Miss. 10/28 Chamberlain Hunt Academy Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/7 Mississippi College L/0-75 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/11 Spring Hill L/0-87 Mobile, Ala. 11/18 Poplarville High School Poplarville, Miss 11/24 Meridian High School Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/30 Gulf Coast Military Academy Hattiesburg, Miss No team due to World War I 1918 No team due to World War I Cephus Allen Anderson 1 Season 1919 Record: Anderson, a prominent young lawyer and a native of Hattiesburg, was a four-year letter-winner at Ole Miss, where he played center in 1913, 1915, and He was captain of the 1916 squad that finished 3-6. He coached the Mississippi Normal squad for one season (4-1-2) Coach: Cephus Allen Anderson Captain: B. B. O Mara 10/4 Perkinston High School W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/18 Poplarville High School W/2-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/25 Meridian College T/6-6 Meridian, Miss. 11/1 Gulf Coast Military Academy T/6-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/8 Chamberlain Hunt Academy W/20-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/17 Mississippi College L/7-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/27 Meridian College W/47-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. B.B. O Mara 1 Season 1920 Record: O Mara played two seasons at Ole Miss, 1918 and He coached the Normal squad to a respectable record in his only season. As coach, ironically, one of his only losses was a 54-0 defeat at the hands of Ole Miss, a team he would play for the next season (5-2-1) Coach: B. B. O Mara Captain: C. C. Campbell 10/2 Perkinston High School W/64-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/9 Mississippi L/0-54 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/16 Millsaps T/7-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/23 Spring Hill W/12-2 Mobile, Ala. 11/6 Spring Hill W/32-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/11 Tulane Freshman L/0-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/20 Mississippi Industrial Training School of Columbia W/27-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/25 Gulf Coast Military Academy W/40-0 Hattiesburg, Miss Southern Miss Football

165 All-Time Results O.V. Spout Austin 3 Seasons Record: Austin was a former University of Mississippi athlete; he played baseball and basketball and was manager of the football team (1910). Nicknamed Spout, Austin served as director at Greenwood High School and Ellisville High School before taking over the reins at Normal. During his three seasons at Normal, he finished with an 8-13 record (3-4) Coach: O. V. Austin Captain: H. V. McGilvary 10/7 Ellisville High School W/20-0 Ellisville, Miss. 10/15 Smith County High School W/113-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/21 Millsaps L/0-27 Jackson, Miss. 10/29 Jones County High School W/37-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/5 St. Stanislaus College L/0-49 Bay St. Louis, Miss. 11/11 Poplarville High School L/0-40 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/26 Loyola University L/13-25 Hattiesburg, Miss (2-6) Coach: O. V. Austin Captain: L. E. Gafford 9/29 Jones County High School W/31-0 Ellisville, Miss. 10/7 Purvis High School L/0-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/10 Millsaps College L/7-10 Jackson, Miss. 10/28 St. Stanislaus College L/0-10 Bay St. Louis, Miss. 11/04 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/0-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/11 Loyola University L/6-20 New Orleans, La. 11/18 Marion Military Institute L/0-44 Marion, Ala. 11/25 Mississippi State Freshman W/19-12 Hattiesburg, Miss (3-3) Coach: O. V. Austin Captain: Nollie C. Felts 10/5 Purvis High School W/26-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/12 Millsaps L/0-31 Jackson, Miss. 11/3 Seashore Camp Ground W/52-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/10 Gulf Coast Military Academy L/6-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/17 Louisiana-Lafayette L/0-66 Lafayette, La. 11/23 Mississippi College Freshman W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. William Herschel Bobo 4 Seasons Record: William Herschel Bobo coached at State Teachers College for four seasons prior to his resignation. Bobo was forced to resign because he was also player-manager of Hattiesburg s professional baseball team in the Cotton States League. STC President Joe Cook was trying to get his team invited into the S.I.A.A., which had rules prohibiting college coaches from being under contract to professional sports organizations (3-3-2) Coach: Herschel Bobo Captain: R. H. Tucker Alternate Captain: F. S. Leech 10/4 Clarke Memorial College W/27-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/18 Loyola College L/7-32 New Orleans, La. 10/24 Gulf Coast Military Academy T/14-14 Gulfport, Miss. 11/1 Pearl River Junior College L/6-26 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/7 Mississippi State Freshman T/14-14 Starkville, Miss. 11/17 Stetson L/6-48 DeLand, Fla. 11/24 Marion Military Institute W/7-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/27 Louisiana College W/13-12 Hattiesburg, Miss (0-6) Coach: Herschel Bobo Captain: F. S. Leech 10/1 Clarke Memorial College L/0-32 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/10 Mississippi Freshmen L/6-38 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/15 All-Navy Service Team L/6-32 Pensacola, Fla. 10/24 Louisiana-Lafayette L/0-40 Lafayette, La. 11/7 Pearl River Junior College L/7-13 Poplarville, Miss. 11/14 Spring Hill L/0-40 Mobile, Ala (3-4-1) Coach: Herschel Bobo Captain: H. T. Ferrell Alternate Captain: R. H. Tucker 9/25 Louisiana-Lafayette L/6-33 Lafayette, La. 10/2 Clarke Memorial College W/12-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/9 Spring Hill College L/6-27 Mobile, Ala. 10/16 Louisiana College W/14-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/22 Perkinston Junior College W/26-3 Perkinston, Miss. 10/30 Gulf Coast Military Academy T/6-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/13 Pearl River Junior College L/0-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/27 Mississippi A&M Freshmen L/7-26 Starkville, Miss (3-4-1) Coach: Herschel Bobo Captain: A. T. Gullette Alternate Captain: Nollie Felts 9/24 Louisiana-Lafayette L/0-6 Lafayette, La. 10/1 Perkinston Junior College T/0-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/8 Hinds Junior College W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/21 Mississippi A&M Freshmen L/0-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/29 Clarke Memorial College L/0-18 Newton, Miss. 11/5 Spring Hill College L/0-37 Mobile, Ala. 11/11 Pearl River Junior College W/15-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/18 St. Stanislaus College W/25-13 Bay St. Louis, Miss. William B. Saunders 2 Seasons Record: Saunders spent two years at Mississippi A&M before transferring to Georgia Tech and Auburn. He came to STC from Tupelo High School. Besides his coaching duties, Saunders also assumed the role of athletic director during his two seasons (4-5) Coach: W. B. Saunders Captain: Albert Rogers Alternate Captain: Joseph P. Hackney 9/29 Mississippi College L/0-83 Clinton, Miss. 10/5 Perkinston Junior College W/12-2 Perkinston, Miss. 10/13 Newton Junior College W/7-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/17 Pearl River Junior College W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/27 Louisiana-Lafayette L/7-37 Lafayette, La. 11/9 Mississippi College Freshman W/12-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/16 Marion Military Institute L/6-53 Selma, Ala. 11/24 Copiah-Lincoln Junior College L/6-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/29 Clarke Memorial College L/6-40 Hattiesburg, Miss (2-6-1) Coach: W. B. Saunders Captain: Joseph P. Hackney 9/28 Louisiana-Lafayette L/0-7 Lafayette, La. 10/5 Mississippi College L/0-20 Clinton, Miss. 10/12 Marion Military Institute W/31-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/18 Southwest Mississippi JC T/6-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/2 Spring Hill College L/6-25 Mobile, Ala. 163 southernmiss.com

166 All-Time Results 11/9 Pearl River Junior College L/7-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/16 Louisiana College L/6-12 Pineville, La. 11/22 Delta State L/6-14 Cleveland, Miss. 11/29 Clarke Memorial College W/12-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. John Lumpkin 1 Season 1930 Record: A former Ole Miss lineman, Lumpkin spent one full season as the Yellow Jackets head coach. He was then elected to serve in the state Senate for a four-year term. Because of his political obligations, Lumpkin was unable to Coach during the 1931 season, although he was often at practice and with the team (3-5-1) Coach: John Lumpkin Captain: Homer McMahon 9/27 Clarke Memorial College W/45-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/4 Millsaps L/0-26 Jackson, Miss. 10/11 Mississippi College L/6-18 Clinton, Miss. 10/18 Louisiana-Lafayette L/0-14 Lafayette, La. 10/25 Louisiana College W/47-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/1 Spring Hill L/6-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/14 Northwestern (La.) State L/12-32 Natchitoches, La. 11/22 Delta State W/46-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/27 Union College T/0-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. Allison Pooley Hubert 6 Seasons Record: Former Alabama All-American, Allison Pooley Hubert took control of the STC program in 1931 when John Lumpkin had responsibilities with the Mississippi Senate. Hubert was named to the All-American squad in 1925 after leading the Crimson Tide to the Rose Bowl. The Meridian, Mississippi native spent six seasons at the Hattiesburg campus. He resigned after the 1936 season and accepted a position at VMI (2-5, 2-4 SIAA) Coach: Pooley Hubert Captain: Ellis Bilbo Alternate Captain: Jack Bishop 10/3 ^Millsaps L/0-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/10 ^Mississippi College L/13-46 Clinton, Miss. 10/17 ^Spring Hill L/2-12 Mobile, Ala. 10/24 ^Louisiana College L/0-13 Pineville, La. 11/7 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/13-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/14 ^Northwestern (La.) State W/32-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/21 Delta State L/7-27 Cleveland, Miss (5-4, 3-3 SIAA) Coach: Pooley Hubert Captain: Brownie Thomas Alternate Captain: Walker Wilson 9/24 Mississippi L/0-49 Oxford, Miss. 10/1 ^Millsaps L/0-27 Jackson, Miss. 10/8 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/12-7 Lafayette, La. 10/22 ^Southwestern University L/0-19 Memphis, Tenn. 10/29 Spring Hill (HC) W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/5 ^Louisiana College W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/12 ^Northwestern (La.) State L/6-31 Natchitoches, La. 11/19 Delta State W/33-25 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/24 ^Union W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss (3-5-2, SIAA) Coach: Pooley Hubert Captain: Nolan Taconi 9/22 ^Loyola L/0-47 New Orleans, La. 9/30 Mississippi L/0-45 Oxford, Miss. 10/7 ^Mississippi College L/7-33 Clinton, Miss. 10/14 ^Millsaps T/0-0 Jackson, Miss. 10/21 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/28 ^Louisiana College W/21-6 Pineville, La. 11/4 Spring Hill T/0-0 Mobile, Ala. 11/11 ^Northwestern (La.) State (HC) L/0-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/25 Delta State W/33-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/1 ^Murray State L/0-30 Murray, Ky (3-4-2, SIAA) Coach: Pooley Hubert Captain: Bernard Kisner 9/28 Poplarville Junior College W/20-12 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/6 ^Mississippi College L/0-12 Clinton, Miss. 10/12 Delta State T/13-13 Cleveland, Miss. 10/20 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/12-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/27 ^Millsaps T/0-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/2 Spring Hill (HC) L/0-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/9 ^Northwestern (La.) State L/0-31 Natchitoches, La. 11/17 Union L/6-26 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/29 ^Murray State W/12-2 Hattiesburg, Miss (6-4, 5-1 SIAA) Coach: Pooley Hubert Captain: J. D. Stonestreet 9/20 Jones County Junior College W/7-0 Ellisville, Miss. 10/5 ^Louisiana College W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/12 Troy State L/13-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/18 ^Northwestern (La.) State W/26-12 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/26 ^Memphis W/12-0 Memphis, Tenn. 11/1 Spring Hill L/0-19 Mobile, Ala. 11/08 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/19-7 Lake Charles, La. 11/15 Mississippi State (HC) L/0-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/28 ^Louisiana Tech L/0-27 Ruston, La. 12/7 ^Union W/12-6 Hattiesburg, Miss (7-2-1, SIAA) Coach: Pooley Hubert Captain: Leroy Austin 9/26 ^Louisiana College W/7-0 Pineville, La. 10/3 ^Union L/0-7 Jackson, Tenn. 10/9 ^Millsaps T/0-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/16 ^Louisiana Tech W/12-7 Ruston, La. 10/23 ^Memphis W/25-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/29 Spring Hill W/12-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/6 Troy State W/24-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/13 ^Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) W/44-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/21 ^Northwestern (La.) State L/0-13 Natchitoches, La. 11/26 Texas A&M - Commerce W/13-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. Reed Green 9 Seasons , Record: A former STC player, Reed Green returned to his alma mater to become one of the greatest sports legends in south Mississippi. Green guided his squad to 59 wins, including a record in After his coaching days, he remained with the University as athletic director and helped to mold a foundation for the future. The University s basketball facility is named in his honor Southern Miss Football

167 All-Time Results 1937 (7-3, 5-2 SIAA) Coach: Reed Green 9/24 ^Louisiana College W/19-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/1 Spring Hill W/33-0 Mobile. Ala. 10/8 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/13-0 Lafayette, La. 10/15 ^Louisiana Tech L/0-7 Ruston, La. 10/22 ^Jacksonville State W/58-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/29 ^Troy State W/53-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/5 ^Union W/34-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/13 ^Northwestern (La.) State (HC) L/0-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/25 Texas A&M - Commerce L/6-14 Commerce, Texas 12/1 Appalachian State W/7-0 Gulfport, Miss (7-2, 6-1 SIAA) Coach: Reed Green 9/23 Arkansas Monticello W/39-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/1 ^Troy State W/19-0 Dothan, Ala. 10/8 Mississippi L/0-14 Oxford, Miss. 10/15 ^Delta State W/44-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/28 ^Millsaps (HC) W/47-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/5 ^Louisiana College W/7-0 Pineville, La. 11/11 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/15-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/18 ^Northwestern (La.) State L/0-6 Natchitoches, La. 11/24 ^Union W/32-0 Hattiesburg, Miss (4-2-3, 4-1 SIAA) Coach: Reed Green 9/29 ^Troy State W/13-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/6 Sam Houston State T/7-7 Huntsville, Texas 10/13 Millsaps T/0-0 Jackson, Miss. 10/20 ^Delta State W/21-0 Cleveland, Miss. 11/4 ^Louisiana College (HC) W/7-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/11 Mississippi L/7-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/18 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/9-7 Lafayette, La. 11/23 ^Northwestern (La.) State L/0-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/1 Saint Mary s (Texas) T/13-13 Hattiesburg, Miss (7-4, 3-2 SIAA) Coach: Reed Green 9/27 ^Troy State W/25-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/4 Sam Houston State L/16-18 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/11 Southeastern Louisiana W/13-6 Hammond, La. 10/19 Millsaps L/7-14 Jackson, Miss. 10/26 Spring Hill (HC) W/38-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/1 ^Louisiana College L/0-7 Pineville, La. 11/8 ^Northwestern (La.) State L/6-9 Natchitoches, La. 11/15 ^Louisiana-Lafayette W/21-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/22 ^Delta State W/41-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/5 Saint Mary s (Texas) W/27-6 Corpus Christi, Texas 12/14 37th Division W/26-0 Hattiesburg, Miss (9-0-1, SIAA) Coach: Reed Green 9/26 Georgia State W/70-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/3 ^Louisiana Tech W/19-7 Ruston, La. 6,000 10/10 Southeastern Louisiana W/43-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/17 Millsaps W/20-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 10/24 Spring Hill W/26-7 Mobile, Ala. 11/1 ^Louisiana College (HC) W/13-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/7 ^Northwestern (La.) State W/21-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 2,500 11/14 ^Louisiana-Lafayette T/0-0 Lafayette, La. 11/21 ^Delta State W/27-7 Cleveland, Miss. 11/29 Saint Mary s (Texas) W/7-0 San Antonio, Texas ^ Denotes Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Game 1942 (4-0) Coach: Reed Green 10/23 6th Service Squad W/41-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/31 Mobile Shipbuilders W/26-7 Mobile, Ala. 11/20 Mobile Shipbuilders W/42-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/4 Brookley Field W/33-0 Hattiesburg, Miss No team due to World War II 1946 (7-3) Coach: Reed Green 9/21 Louisiana Tech W/7-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,000 9/27 Auburn L/12-13 Montgomery, Ala 12,000 10/4 Jacksonville State W/65-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6,500 10/18 Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 10/25 Oklahoma City W/20-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/1 Stephen F. Austin W/7-0 Nacogdoches, Texas 11/11 Northwestern (La.) State L/6-7 Natchitoches, La. 11/15 Louisiana College W/65-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 5,000 11/22 Southeastern Louisiana L/0-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12/7 Havana (Cigar Bowl) W/55-0 Havana, Cuba 1947 (7-3) Coach: Reed Green Captain: Jay Smith Alternate Captain: Bucky Waters 9/20 Alabama L/7-34 Birmingham, Ala. 30,000 9/26 Auburn W/19-13 Montgomery, Ala. 15,000 10/11 Louisiana Tech W/7-6 Ruston, La. 10/18 Louisiana-Lafayette W/15-7 Lafayette, La. 10/25 Oklahoma City L/6-21 Oklahoma City, Okla. 11/1 Stephen F. Austin (HC) W/20-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,500 11/7 Northwestern (La.) State W/20-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/14 Union W/18-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/22 Mississippi State L/7-14 Starkville, Miss. 24,000 11/27 Southeastern Louisiana W/35-0 Hammond, La (7-3, 4-0 GSC Champions) Coach: Reed Green Captain: Cooter Lewis Co-Captain: Cliff Coggin 9/24 Auburn L/14-20 Montgomery, Ala. 16,000 10/1 Stephen F. Austin W/41-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 10/8 Trinity L/9-26 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/15!Louisiana-Lafayette W/26-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,433 10/23 Oklahoma City W/55-20 Oklahoma City, Okla. 10/30!Northwestern (La.) State W/38-14 Natchitoches, La. 11/6 Alabama L/0-27 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 20,000 11/13!Louisiana Tech (HC) W/20-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 11/19!Southeastern Louisiana W/27-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/24 Union W/47-8 Hattiesburg, Miss. Thad Pie Vann 20 Seasons Record: When Green finished his coaching career, there was no question about who would replace him. Thad Vann stepped into the shoes of head coach in 1949 and led the fortunes of Mississippi Southern through the 1968 season. Vann s club would win two National College Division Championships, was later inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and, Vann Hall, the former athletic dorm, is named in his honor (7-3, 3-0 GSC Champions) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Bobby Holmes and Cliff Coggin 9/17 Kentucky L/7-71 Lexington, Ky. 9/24 Delta State W/20-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/8 McMurray (HC) W/55-32 Hattiesburg, Miss. 165 southernmiss.com

168 All-Time Results 10/15!Louisiana-Lafayette W/25-0 Lafayette, La. 10/21 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/33-20 Chattanooga, Tenn. 7,500 10/29!Northwestern (La.) State W/67-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/5 Oklahoma City W/27-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/12!Louisiana Tech L/13-34 Ruston, La. 11/19 Alabama L/26-34 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 11/25 Louisville W/26-21 Hattiesburg, Miss (5-5, 3-1 GSC Champions) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Bubba Phillips Alternate Captain: Ivan Rosamond 9/23 Tennessee L/0-56 Knoxville, Tenn. 9/30 Delta State L/13-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,500 10/7 McMurray L/19-37 Abilene, Texas 3,000 10/14!Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) W/6-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/21!Southeastern Louisiana L/0-7 Hammond, La. 10/27 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/14-13 Mobile, Ala. 5,000 11/4!Northwestern (La.) State W/7-0 Natchitoches, La. 11/11 Alabama L/0-53 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 15,000 11/18!Louisiana Tech W/41-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/25 Louisville W/34-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 3, (6-5, 4-0 GSC Champions) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Phil Musmeci Alternate Captain: Tom LeGros 9/15 East Carolina W/40-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9/22 Louisiana State L/0-13 Baton Rouge, La. 9/29 Carswell Air Force Base L/0-26 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/6 McMurray W/54-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6,000 10/13!Louisiana-Lafayette W/41-0 Lafayette, La. 10/20!Southeastern Louisiana W/35-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/26 Tennessee-Chattanooga L/7-19 Chattanooga, Tenn. 11,500 11/3!NW(La.) State (HC) W/76-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6,500 11/10 Alabama L/7-40 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 11/17 Louisiana Tech W/33-7 Ruston, La. 11/23!Louisville L/13-14 Louisville, Ky.! Denotes Gulf States Conference Game 1952 (10-2) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Bob McKellar Alternate Captain: Milton White 9/19 Alabama L/6-20 Montgomery, Ala. 9/27 Memphis W/27-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/4 Tampa W/52-25 Tampa, Fla. 10/11 Louisiana-Lafayette W/32-12 Lafayette, La. 10/18 Southeastern Louisiana W/20-12 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/25 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/27-14 Chattanooga, Tenn. 11/1 NW (La.) State (HC) W/39-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/8 Florida State W/50-21 Tallahassee, Fla. 11/15 Louisiana Tech W/52-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/22 Louisville W/55-26 Jackson, Miss. 11/29 Stetson W/42-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 1/1 Pacific (Sun Bowl) L/7-26 El Paso, Texas 11, (9-2) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Jackson Brumfield Alternate Captain: J. T. Shepherd 9/18 Alabama W/25-19 Montgomery, Ala. 14,500 9/26 Parris Island Marines W/40-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/3 Tampa W/42-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/10 Louisiana-Lafayette W/41-14 Lafayette, La. 10/17 Southeastern Louisiana W/7-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 13,000 10/31 Memphis L/13-27 Memphis, Tenn. 11/7 Florida State (HC) W/21-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11/14 Louisiana Tech W/30-0 Ruston, La. 7,000 11/21 Georgia W/14-0 Jackson, Miss. 25,000 11/26 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/33-19 Chattanooga, Tenn. 1/1 UTEP (Sun Bowl) L/14-37 El Paso, Texas 9, (6-4) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Hamp Cook Alternate Captain: Brooks Tisdale 9/17 Alabama W/7-2 Montgomery, Ala. 21,000 9/25 Louisiana Tech W/28-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/2 North Texas L/7-15 Denton, Texas 10/9 Abilene Christian W/23-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/16 Southeastern Louisiana L/7-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10/23 Tennessee-Chatt. (HC) W/14-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 11/6 Dayton L/7-20 Dayton, Ohio 11/13 Villanova W/27-0 Mobile, Ala. 14,617 11/20 Memphis W/34-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 11/27 Florida State L/18-19 Tallahassee, Fla (9-1) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: George Herring Alternate Captain: Fred Smallwood 9/17 Elon W/39-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 9/24 Louisiana Tech W/7-6 Ruston, La. 7,500 9/30 Tennessee-Chattanooga L/0-10 Chattanooga, Tenn. 6,800 10/8 North Texas (HC) W/26-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,500 10/15 Southeastern Louisiana W/33-0 Hammond, La. 8,000 10/21 Memphis W/34-14 Memphis, Tenn. 9,189 11/5 Abilene Christian W/40-0 Abilene, Texas 7,000 11/12 North Dakota State W/58-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 11/19 Dayton W/19-13 Jackson, Miss. 6,500 11/25 Florida State W/21-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7, (7-2-1) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Doug Barfield Alternate Captain: Al Tregle 9/22 Louisiana Tech W/14-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 10/6 Dayton W/23-6 Dayton, Ohio 7,895 10/13 Southeastern Louisiana W/21-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,500 10/20 Memphis W/27-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6,500 10/27 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/33-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6,500 11/3 Abilene Christian (HC) W/36-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,000 11/10 Trinity W/20-13 San Antonio, Texas 6,081 11/17 Florida State L/19-20 Tallahassee, Fla. 12,200 11/24 Alabama T/13-13 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 16,000 1/1 West Texas A&M L/13-20 Orlando, Fla. 12,000 (Tangerine Bowl) 1957 (8-3) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Lawrence Meeks and Curry Juneau 9/21 Louisiana Tech W/7-0 Ruston, La. 7,500 9/28 Trinity W/13-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,000 10/5 West Texas A&M W/34-0 Amarillo, Texas 10,000 10/12 Southeastern Louisiana W/14-0 Hammond, La. 5,000 10/19 Memphis W/14-6 Memphis, Tenn. 10,614 10/25 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/20-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. 6,500 11/2 Abilene Christian W/7-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 11/9 Houston L/12-27 Jackson, Miss. 11,000 11/16 Florida State (HC) W/20-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,500 11/23 Alabama L/2-29 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 18,500 1/1 Texas A&M - Commerce L/9-10 Orlando, Fla. 12,000 (Tangerine Bowl) Southern Miss Football

169 All-Time Results 1958 (9-0) UPI College Division National Champions Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Richard Johnston Co-Captain: Jimmy Taylor 9/20 Louisiana Tech W/14-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,500 9/27 Trinity W/15-0 San Antonio, Texas 7,058 10/4 Memphis W/24-22 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 10/11 Southeastern Louisiana W/33-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,500 10/25 West Texas A&M (HC) W/15-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 14,000 11/1 Abilene Christian W/22-0 Abilene, Texas 7,000 11/8 North Carolina State W/26-14 Mobile, Ala. 18,987 11/15 Virginia Tech W/41-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 11/27 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/20-13 Chattanooga, Tenn. 9, (6-4) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Buddy Supple Alternate Captain: Bob Rinehart 9/26 Trinity W/29-8 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,500 10/3 Texas A&M L/3-7 Mobile, Ala. 25,781 10/10 Southeastern Louisiana W/26-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,200 10/17 West Texas A&M W/37-6 Canyon, Texas 5,000 10/24 Abilene Christian (HC) W/30-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 14,200 10/31 Memphis L/6-21 Memphis, Tenn. 9,262 11/7 North Carolina State W/19-14 Mobile, Ala. 12,000 11/14 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/14-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,100 11/21 Auburn L/7-28 Auburn, Ala. 20,300 11/28 Louisiana Tech L/0-16 Ruston, La. 7, (6-4) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Billy Larsen Co-Captain: Ray St. Pierre 9/23 Hardin-Simmons W/27-0 Mobile, Ala. 8,112 10/1 West Texas A&M W/28-18 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,600 10/8 Trinity W/16-0 San Antonio, Texas 6,000 10/15 Florida State W/15-13 Mobile, Ala. 15,207 10/22 North Carolina State (HC) L/13-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,100 10/29 Abilene Christian W/34-8 Abilene, Texas 6,200 11/5 Arkansas State L/13-14 Jonesboro, Ark. 7,000 11/12 Louisiana Tech L/7-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 4,000 11/18 Memphis L/6-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,500 11/24 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/30-6 Chattanooga, Tenn. 7, (8-2) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Don Fuell and Morris Meador 9/16 Texas-Arlington W/30-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 9/30 Louisiana-Lafayette W/22-6 Lafayette, La. 3,500 10/7 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/24-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 13,000 10/14 Memphis L/7-21 Memphis, Tenn. 22,119 10/21 Arkansas State W/20-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6,100 10/28 Abilene Christian (HC) W/33-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 11/4 North Carolina State L/6-7 Mobile, Ala. 13,000 11/11 Louisiana Tech W/7-0 Ruston, La. 2,500 11/18 Florida State W/12-0 Tallahassee, Fla. 18,700 11/25 Trinity W/22-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 5, (9-1) UPI College Division National Champions Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Harold Hays and Johnny Sklopan 9/15 Texas-Arlington W/28-7 Arlington, Texas 9,800 9/22 Richmond W/29-8 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,200 9/29 Louisiana-Lafayette W/29-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,000 10/6 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/31-13 Chattanooga, Tenn. 8,000 10/13 Memphis L/6-8 Memphis, Tenn. 11,500 10/20 North Carolina State W/30-0 Mobile, Ala. 10,522 10/27 Abilene Christian W/30-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,000 11/3 Arkansas State W/20-7 Jonesboro, Ark. 8,000 11/10 Trinity W/33-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,500 11/17 Louisiana Tech (HC) W/22-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11, (5-3-1) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: James Berry Co-Captain: Nick Kolinsky 9/14 Memphis L/7-28 Jackson, Miss. 24,000 9/28 North Carolina State L/0-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,500 10/12 Richmond (HC) W/7-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 10/19 Florida State T/0-0 Mobile, Ala. 11,353 10/26 Arkansas State W/25-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,500 11/2 Louisiana-Lafayette W/28-0 Lafayette, La. 4,500 11/16 Louisiana Tech L/0-10 Ruston, La. 7,000 11/23 The Citadel W/37-12 Hattiesburg, Miss. 4,000 11/28 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/24-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. 7, (6-3) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Jim King and Larry Ecuyer 9/26 Louisiana-Lafayette W/30-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,500 10/3 Richmond W/14-9 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,500 10/10 Memphis W/20-14 Memphis, Tenn. 18,005 10/17 Mississippi State L/7-48 Starkville, Miss. 19,000 10/24 Auburn L/7-14 Auburn, Ala. 22,000 10/31 Florida State L/0-34 Tallahassee, Fla. 26,132 11/7 Tenn.-Chattanooga (HC) W/31-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 11/14 Louisiana Tech W/14-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 11/21 Memphis W/20-18 Jackson, Miss. 9, (7-2) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Vic Purvis and Robert Brown 9/18 Southeastern Louisiana W/15-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 9/25 Memphis W/21-16 Jackson, Miss. 22,500 10/2 Richmond W/28-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 10/9 Mississippi State L/9-27 Starkville, Miss. 25,000 10/16 VMI (HC) W/3-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 13,000 10/23 Auburn W/3-0 Auburn, Ala. 25,000 10/30 William & Mary L/0-3 Norfolk, Va. 24,000 11/6 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/17-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. 6,400 11/13 Louisiana Tech W/31-7 Ruston, La. 7, (6-4) Coach: Thad Vann Captain: Ken Avery 9/17 Louisiana Tech W/14-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 9/24 Southeastern Louisiana W/15-13 Hammond, La. 8,000 10/1 Memphis L/0-6 Memphis, Tenn. 21,213 10/8 Mississippi State L/9-10 Starkville, Miss. 23,000 10/15 Mississippi L/7-14 Oxford, Miss. 25,000 10/29 Richmond W/27-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 8,600 11/5 VMI (HC) W/42-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 13,000 11/12 North Carolina State W/7-6 Norfolk, Va. 22,000 11/19 East Carolina W/35-14 Greenville, N.C. 12,811 11/26 Alabama L/0-34 Mobile, Ala. 41, (6-3) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Gene Bachman and Buddy Hunter 9/16 The Citadel W/10-7 Charleston, S.C. 11,407 9/23 Southeastern Louisiana W/20-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 14,000 9/30 Alabama L/3-25 Mobile, Ala. 38,785 10/7 Tampa W/48-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,000 10/14 Mississippi State W/21-14 Starkville, Miss. 24, southernmiss.com

170 All-Time Results 10/21 Mississippi L/14-23 Oxford, Miss. 25,500 10/28 Memphis L/8-24 Jackson, Miss. 16,000 11/4 Richmond (HC) W/19-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,000 11/23 Louisiana Tech W/58-7 Shreveport, La. 4, (4-6) Coach: Thad Vann Captains: Blanchard Braud and Tommy Applewhite 9/21 Southeastern Louisiana W/27-15 Hammond, La. 7,000 9/28 Alabama L/14-17 Mobile, Ala. 38,051 10/5 East Carolina W/65-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,500 10/12 Mississippi State W/47-14 Starkville, Miss. 22,000 10/19 Mississippi L/13-21 Oxford, Miss. 28,000 10/26 Memphis L/7-29 Memphis, Tenn. 30,080 11/2 Louisiana Tech (HC) L/20-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,000 11/9 San Diego State L/7-68 San Diego, Calif. 43,766 11/16 Richmond L/7-33 Hattiesburg, Miss. 7,500 11/23 Tampa W/21-7 Tampa, Fla. 20,890 P.W. Bear Underwood 6 Seasons Record: Former Mississippi Southern lineman P.W. Bear Underwood took over the reins from Vann in 1969 and coached through His best season was in 1973, when he guided his club to a record. Underwood is still active today in the M-Club and Southern Mississippi athletics (5-5) Coach: P.W. Underwood Captains: Frank Johnston and Donnie Caughman 9/20 Southeastern Louisiana W/14-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,200 9/27 Alabama L/14-63 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 50,035 10/3 Idaho L/21-31 Mobile, Ala. 7,132 10/11 Mississippi State L/20-34 Starkville, Miss. 21,000 10/18 Mississippi L/7-69 Oxford, Miss. 25,283 10/25 Richmond (HC) W/31-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,000 11/1 Louisiana Tech W/24-23 Ruston, La. 20,000 11/8 Memphis L/7-37 Memphis, Tenn. 18,808 11/22 East Carolina W/14-7 Greenville, S.C. 3,500 11/29 West Texas A&M W/10-9 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11, (5-6) Coach: P.W. Underwood Captains: Larry Moulton and Bill Davis 9/12 Louisiana-Lafayette W/16-14 Lafayette, La. 11,000 9/19 Auburn L/14-33 Auburn, Ala. 48,500 9/26 Texas-Arlington W/26-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,074 10/3 Richmond W/43-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,422 10/10 San Diego State L/14-41 San Diego, Calif. 32,968 10/17 Mississippi W/30-14 Oxford, Miss. 27,200 10/24 Mississippi State L/15-51 Starkville, Miss. 33,000 10/31 Memphis L/0-33 Memphis, Tenn. 24,468 11/14 Louisiana Tech (HC) L/6-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,800 11/21 West Texas A&M L/11-14 Canyon, Texas 5,291 11/28 Trinity W/53-31 Hattiesburg, Miss. 5, (6-5) Coach: P.W. Underwood Captains: Wayne Hatcher and John Herron 9/11 Florida State L/9-24 Mobile, Ala. 12,133 9/18 Alabama L/6-42 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 52,701 9/25 San Diego State W/10-0 Jackson, Miss. 11,157 10/9 Auburn L/14-27 Auburn, Ala. 42,000 10/16 Mississippi L/6-20 Oxford, Miss. 23,200 10/23 Memphis L/12-27 Memphis, Tenn. 19,484 10/30 Richmond W/31-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,000 11/6 VMI (HC) W/38-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,400 11/13 Louisiana Tech W/24-20 Ruston, La. 16,000 11/20 Virginia Tech W/17-8 Blacksburg, Va. 22,000 11/27 West Texas A&M W/35-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 5, (3-7-1) Coach: P.W. Underwood Captains: Kyle Gantt and Buddy Palazzo 9/9 Texas-Arlington W/38-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,500 9/16 Louisiana Tech L/14-33 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,600 9/30 Mississippi L/9-13 Oxford, Miss. 27,200 10/7 West Texas A&M W/14-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,500 10/14 Richmond W/34-9 Richmond, Va. 2,500 10/21 Mississippi State L/7-26 Starkville, Miss. 26,000 10/28 Alabama L/11-48 Birmingham, Ala. 57,090 11/4 Virginia Tech L/14-27 Blacksburg, Va. 25,000 11/11 Tenn.-Chattanooga (HC) L/6-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 14,200 11/18 Utah State L/21-27 Logan, Utah 8,805 12/2 Memphis T/14-14 Jackson, Miss. 15, (6-4-1) Coach: P.W. Underwood Captain: Fred Cook 9/15 East Carolina L/0-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,800 9/22 Florida L/13-14 Tampa, Fla. 38,377 9/29 Mississippi L/0-41 Oxford, Miss. 31,500 10/6 Tennessee-Chattanooga W/42-7 Chattanooga, Tenn. 10,000 10/13 Richmond L/20-42 Richmond, Va. 20,000 10/20 Texas-Arlington W/41-14 Arlington, Texas 4,000 10/27 Mississippi State T/10-10 Starkville, Miss. 33,500 11/3 Weber State (HC) W/28-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,100 11/10 Memphis W/13-10 Memphis, Tenn. 23,399 11/17 West Texas A&M W/28-0 Canyon, Texas 5,800 11/22 Utah State W/32-8 Hattiesburg, Miss. 6, (6-5) Coach: P.W. Underwood Captain: John Sawyer 9/14 Memphis W/6-0 Memphis, Tenn. 26,608 9/21 Alabama L/0-52 Birmingham, Ala. 62,000 9/28 Mississippi L/14-20 Oxford, Miss. 29,000 10/5 West Texas A&M L/0-31 Canyon, Texas 5,074 10/12 Texas-Arlington W/39-10 Jackson, Miss. 4,025 10/19 VMI W/15-14 Mobile, Ala. 4,331 10/26 Lamar L/7-10 Beaumont, Texas 14,106 11/2 Louisiana-Lafayette W/41-7 Lafayette, La. 10,360 11/9 Utah State W/7-3 Logan, Utah 10,046 11/16 Bowling Green L/20-38 Mobile, Ala. 3,571 11/23 Tampa W/11-10 Tampa, Fla. 14,837 Bobby Collins 7 Seasons Record: A native of Laurel, Mississippi, Collins was recruited in 1975 from North Carolina (Offensive Coordinator) to head the Golden Eagle fortunes. In seven years, Collins guided the Eagles to two bowl games and suffered through only one losing season. Until early 1999, he served the University as its Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs (8-3) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Jeff Bower and Ron Cheatham 9/13 Weber State W/14-10 Ogden, Utah 9,396 9/20 Bowling Green L/14-16 B. Green, Ohio 14,369 9/27 Mississippi L/8-24 Oxford, Miss. 26, Southern Miss Football

171 All-Time Results 10/4 Mississippi State # L/3-7 Starkville, Miss. 29,000 10/11 Memphis W/21-7 Memphis, Tenn. 17,337 10/18 Texas-Arlington W/34-7 Arlington, Texas 4,750 10/25 Louisiana Tech W/24-14 Ruston, La. 8,300 11/1 Lamar W/43-3 New Orleans, La. 8,700 11/15 Alabama L/6-27 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 58,000 11/22 California-Fullerton (HC) W/70-0 Biloxi, Miss. 9,300 11/29 Brigham Young W/42-14 Jackson, Miss. 9,262 # Mississippi State forfeited the game 1976 (3-8) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Barry Caudill and Carl Allen 9/11 East Carolina L/0-48 Greenville, N.C. 17,400 9/18 Virginia Tech L/7-16 Blacksburg, Va. 35,000 9/25 Mississippi L/0-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 33,000 10/2 Cincinnati L/21-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 13,500 10/9 Alabama L/8-24 Birmingham, Ala. 42,202 10/16 Brigham Young L/19-63 Provo, Utah 23,029 10/23 Mississippi State # (HC) L/6-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,225 11/6 Florida State L/27-30 Tallahassee, Fla. 29,173 11/13 Louisiana Tech L/22-23 Ruston, La. 11,258 11/20 Memphis W/14-12 Hattiesburg, Miss. 12,154 11/27 Texas-Arlington W/21-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9,665 # Mississippi State forfeited the game 1977 (6-6) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Ben Garry, David Hosemann, and Stoney Parker 9/3 Troy State W/42-19 Montgomery, Ala. 12,550 9/10 Florida State L/6-35 Hattiesburg, Miss. 19,376 9/17 Auburn W/24-13 Auburn, Ala. 42,000 9/24 Mississippi W/27-19 Oxford, Miss. 20,000 10/1 Cincinnati L/6-17 Cincinnati, Ohio 13,392 10/8 North Texas (HC) L/14-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,432 10/15 Hawaii W/28-26 Honolulu, Hawaii 26,474 10/22 Mississippi State W/14-7 Starkville, Miss. 36,000 10/29 Memphis L/14-42 Memphis, Tenn. 28,420 11/5 Texas-Arlington W/20-3 Arlington, Texas 5,200 11/12 Louisiana Tech L/10-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,431 11/19 Arkansas State L/10-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 9, (7-4) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Jeff Hammond and Freeman Horton 9/2 Richmond W/10-7 Richmond, Va. 15,000 9/9 Arkansas State W/21-6 Little Rock, Ark. 16,848 9/16 Cincinnati L/14-26 Cincinnati, Ohio 10,500 9/30 Mississippi L/13-16 Jackson, Miss. 42,756 10/7 Mississippi State W/22-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,720 10/14 East Carolina W/17-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,632 10/21 Memphis W/13-10 Memphis, Tenn. 22,630 10/28 Florida State (HC) L/16-38 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,248 11/4 North Texas L/12-25 Denton, Texas 18,400 11/11 Bowling Green W/38-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,846 11/18 Louisville W/37-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16, (6-4-1) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Dane McDaniel, Clump Taylor, and Tiko Beal 9/8 Florida State L/14-17 Tallahassee, Fla. 45,467 9/15 Cincinnati W/24-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,750 9/22 Auburn L/9-31 Auburn, Ala. 45,226 9/29 Mississippi W/38-8 Jackson, Miss. 46,720 10/6 North Texas W/30-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,810 10/13 Tulane L/19-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,028 10/20 Memphis (HC) W/22-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,286 10/27 Mississippi State W/21-7 Starkville, Miss. 35,500 11/3 Louisville T/10-10 Louisville, Ky. 13,085 11/10 Bowling Green L/27-31 B. Green, Ohio 10,556 11/17 Arkansas State W/14-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16, (9-3) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Jamey Watson, Marvin Harvey, and Chuck Cook 9/6 Tulane W/17-14 New Orleans, La. 44,698 9/20 Louisiana Tech W/38-11 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,640 9/27 East Carolina W/35-7 Greenville, N.C. 20,037 10/4 Mississippi W/28-22 Jackson, Miss. 47,211 10/11 Mississippi State W/42-14 Starkville, Miss. 36,211 10/18 Arkansas State W/35-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,915 10/25 Alabama L/7-42 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 60,210 11/1 Lamar (HC) W/36-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,485 11/8 Auburn L/0-31 Auburn, Ala. 56,800 11/15 Richmond W/33-12 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,320 11/22 Louisville L/3-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,210 12/13 McNeese State W/16-14 Shreveport, La. 42,600 (Independence Bowl) 1981 (9-2-1) Coach: Bobby Collins Captains: Sammy Winder and Rhett Whitley 9/5 Louisiana-Lafayette W/33-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,576 9/19 Tulane W/21-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,756 9/26 Richmond W/17-10 Richmond, Va. 12,500 10/3 Texas-Arlington (HC) W/52-9 Hattiesburg, Miss. 29,348 10/10 Alabama T/13-13 Birmingham, Ala. 76,400 10/17 Memphis W/10-0 Memphis, Tenn. 14,252 10/31 North Texas W/22-0 Denton, Texas 3,156 11/7 Mississippi State W/7-6 Jackson, Miss. 64,112 11/14 Florida State W/58-14 Tallahassee, Fla. 51,819 11/21 Louisville L/10-13 Louisville, Ky. 12,940 11/28 Lamar W/45-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,842 12/19 Missouri L/17-19 Orlando, Fla. 50,450 (Tangerine Bowl) Jim Carmody 6 Seasons Record: Former Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator Jim Carmody returned after a brief stint with the NFL s Buffalo Bills to take the helm at USM. Carmody coached six seasons and finished with five winning seasons before his departure (7-4) Coach: Jim Carmody Captains: Reggie Collier, Greg Kelley and Bruce Thompson 9/4 Louisiana-Monroe W/45-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,767 9/11 Mississippi L/19-28 Oxford, Miss. 40,954 9/18 Auburn L/19-21 Auburn, Ala. 55,000 9/25 Florida State L/17-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,591 10/2 Memphis W/34-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,674 10/9 Mississippi State W/20-14 Jackson, Miss. 54,236 10/16 Tulane W/22-10 New Orleans, La. 39,685 10/23 Louisville (HC) W/48-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,642 10/30 Louisiana-Lafayette W/36-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,416 11/13 Alabama W/38-29 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 60,210 11/20 Louisiana Tech L/6-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31, (7-4) Coach: Jim Carmody Captains: Louis Lipps, Jerald Baylis, and Bud Brown 9/3 Richmond W/32-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,351 9/10 Auburn L/3-24 Auburn, Ala. 73,500 9/17 Louisiana Tech W/28-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28, southernmiss.com

172 All-Time Results 10/1 Mississippi W/27-7 Oxford, Miss 36,015 10/8 Mississippi State W/31-6 Jackson, Miss. 58,311 10/15 Memphis W/27-20 Memphis, Tenn. 35,323 10/22 Tulane L/7-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,257 10/29 Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) W/31-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,837 11/5 Louisville W/27-3 Louisville, Ky. 17,064 11/12 Alabama L/16-28 Birmingham, Ala. 78,424 11/19 East Carolina L/6-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21, (4-7) Coach: Jim Carmody Captains: Sam DeJarnette, Richard Byrd and Greg Haeusler 9/8 Georgia L/19-26 Athens, Ga. 81,421 9/15 Louisiana Tech W/34-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,842 9/22 Auburn L/12-35 Auburn, Ala. 24,841 9/29 Memphis L/13-23 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,831 10/6 Mississippi State L/18-27 Jackson, Miss. 50,136 10/13 Tulane L/7-35 New Orleans, La. 30,764 10/20 Mississippi W/13-10 Jackson, Miss. 57,000 10/27 Louisiana-Lafayette L/7-13 Lafayette, La. 19,605 11/3 NW (La.) State (HC) L/0-22 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,682 11/10 East Carolina W/31-27 Greenville, S.C. 21,237 11/17 Louisville W/34-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15, (7-4) Coach: Jim Carmody Captains: Robert Ducksworth, Kip Smith and Steve Hendrix 9/7 Louisiana Tech W/28-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,432 9/14 Auburn L/18-29 Auburn, Ala. 68,000 9/21 Mississippi State L/20-23 Jackson, Miss. 54,300 9/28 Northwestern (La.) State W/14-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 18,216 10/5 Louisiana-Lafayette W/38-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,344 10/12 Louisville W/42-12 Louisville, Ky. 25,843 10/19 Memphis W/14-7 Memphis, Tenn. 21,033 11/2 East Carolina (HC) W/27-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,496 11/9 Colorado State L/17-35 Fort Collins, Colo. 3,812 11/16 Alabama L/13-24 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 58,714 11/23 Tulane W/24-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21, (6-5) Coach: Jim Carmody Captains: Andrew Anderson, Tim Smith and Rex Banks 9/6 Louisiana-Monroe W/28-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,364 9/13 Alabama L/17-31 Birmingham, Ala. 73,687 9/20 Mississippi State W/28-24 Jackson, Miss. 50,000 9/27 Texas A&M L/7-16 Coll. Station, Tex. 54,938 10/4 Kentucky L/0-32 Lexington, Ky. 58,102 10/18 Memphis (HC) W/14-9 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,352 10/25 Tulane L/20-35 New Orleans, La. 28,417 11/1 East Carolina W/23-21 Greenville, N.C. 18,127 11/8 Louisiana-Lafayette W/17-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 14,512 11/15 Florida State L/13-49 Tallahassee, Fla. 60,103 11/22 Louisville W/31-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11, (6-5) Coach: Jim Carmody Captains: Tim Hallman, Onesimus Henry, Billy Knighten, and Chris McGee 9/5 Alabama L/6-38 Birmingham, Ala. 75,808 9/19 Tulane W/31-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,023 9/26 Texas A&M L/14-27 Jackson, Miss. 22,150 10/3 Louisville W/65-6 Louisville, Ky. 20,687 10/10 Florida State (HC) L/10-61 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,853 10/17 Mississippi State W/18-14 Jackson, Miss. 40,000 10/24 Memphis W/17-14 Memphis, Tenn. 27,448 10/31 Jackson State W/17-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 33,687 11/7 Louisiana-Monroe L/24-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 10,123 11/14 East Carolina W/38-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11,023 11/28 Louisiana-Lafayette L/30-37 Lafayette, La. 17,500 Curley Hallman 3 Seasons Record: Former Texas A&M Assistant Coach Curley Hallman began his head coaching career in 1988 when Southern Miss Athletic Director Bill McLellan hired Hallman to guide the Golden Eagle fortunes. Hallman proved to be successful during his brief tenure, guiding the Eagles to two bowl games during his three years (10-2) Coach: Curley Hallman Captains: Marty Williams, Maurice Oliver, and James Henry 9/3 Stephen F. Austin W/21-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,032 9/10 Florida State L/13-29 Tallahassee, Fla. 53,129 9/17 Virginia Tech W/35-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,135 9/24 East Carolina W/45-42 Greenville, N.C. 28,240 10/1 Louisville W/30-23 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,584 10/8 Tulane W/38-13 New Orleans La. 22,704 10/15 Mississippi State W/38-21 Jackson, Miss. 38,542 10/22 Louisiana-Lafayette W/27-14 Lafayette, La. 23,599 10/29 Memphis (HC) W/34-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,594 11/5 Auburn L/8-38 Auburn Ala. 73,787 11/12 Louisiana Tech W/26-19 Ruston, La. 7,500 12/23 UTEP W/38-18 Shreveport, La. 20,242 (Independence Bowl) 1989 (5-6) Coach: Curley Hallman Captains: Darryl Tillman, Pat Jackson, and William Kirksey 9/2 Florida State W/30-26 Jacksonville, Fla. 48,746 9/9 Mississippi State L/23-26 Hattiesburg, Miss. 34,189 9/16 Auburn L/3-24 Auburn, Ala. 83,465 9/23 Texas Christian L/17-19 Fort Worth, Texas 15,839 9/30 Texas A&M L/14-31 Coll. Station, Tex. 58,843 10/7 Tulane W/30-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 18,891 10/14 Louisville W/16-10 Louisville, Ky. 38,484 10/21 Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) L/21-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20,732 10/28 Memphis W/31-7 Memphis, Tenn. 18,572 11/18 Alabama L/14-37 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 70,123 11/25 East Carolina W/41-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 11, (8-4) Coach: Curley Hallman Captains: Brett Favre, Kerry Valrie, and Steve Thompson 9/1 Delta State W/12-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,590 9/8 Alabama W/27-24 Birmingham, Ala. 75,962 9/15 Georgia L/17-18 Athens, Ga. 79,812 9/22 Mississippi State L/10-13 Starkville, Miss. 40,115 9/29 Louisville W/25-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20,545 10/6 East Carolina W/16-7 Greenville, N.C. 31,305 10/13 Tulane W/20-14 New Orleans, La. 26,662 10/20 Memphis (HC) W/23-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,520 10/27 Virginia Tech L/16-20 Blacksburg, Va. 37,462 11/3 Louisiana-Lafayette W/14-13 Lafayette, La. 17,860 11/10 Auburn W/13-12 Auburn, Ala. 85,214 12/28 North Carolina State L/27-31 Birmingham, Ala. 44,000 (All American Bowl)& & Hallman did not coach in the All American Bowl Southern Miss Football

173 All-Time Results Jeff Bower 17 Seasons Record: A former all-star quarterback, Jeff Bower returned to his alma mater, accepting his first head coaching position. Bower returned to Southern Miss after spending a season as offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State. He was associated with the University as either a player or Coach for 29 years. * Bower coached the 1990 All American Bowl 1991 (4-7) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Pete Antoniou, Derrick Hoskins, Chafan Marsh and Tony Smith 8/31 Delta State W/25-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,191 9/7 Pittsburgh L/14-35 Pittsburgh, Pa. 34,756 9/21 Colorado State W/39-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20,154 9/28 Louisville L/14-28 Louisville, Ky. 38,231 10/5 Auburn W/10-9 Auburn, Ala. 79,790 10/12 Memphis L/12-17 Memphis, Tenn. 19,162 10/19 Tulane W/47-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,558 10/26 Cincinnati L/7-17 Cincinnati, Ohio 15,899 11/2 Tulsa L/10-13 Tulsa, Okla. 27,284 11/9 East Carolina (HC) L/20-48 Hattiesburg, Miss. 18,117 11/16 Louisiana Tech L/14-30 Ruston, La. 11, (7-4) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Greg Reed, James Singleton and Michael Welch 9/5 Memphis W/23-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,059 9/12 Alabama L/10-17 Birmingham, Ala. 83,091 9/19 Louisiana Tech W/16-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,168 9/26 Auburn L/8-16 Auburn, Ala. 72,296 10/3 Tulsa (HC) W/33-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 18,253 10/10 Northern Illinois L/10-23 Dekalb, Ill. 14,246 10/15 Tulane W/17-7 New Orleans, La. 21,760 10/24 Cincinnati W/31-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,298 10/29 East Carolina W/38-21 Greenville, N.C. 33,249 11/7 Florida L/20-24 Gainesville, Fla. 82,882 11/14 Virginia Tech W/13-12 Blacksburg, Va. 27, (3-7-1) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Jerry Broughton, Bobby Hamilton and Tyrone Nix 9/4 Pittsburgh L/10-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,516 9/18 Louisiana-Monroe W/44-37 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20,384 9/25 Auburn L/24-35 Auburn, Ala. 83,476 10/2 Louisiana-Lafayette L/7-13 Lafayette, La. 22,853 10/9 Georgia L/24-54 Athens, Ga. 68,458 10/16 Louisville L/27-35 Louisville, Ky. 36,322 10/23 East Carolina W/24-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,227 10/30 Alabama# L/0-40 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 70,123 11/6 Tulane (HC) L/15-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 16,397 11/13 Memphis L/9-20 Memphis, Tenn. 13,042 11/20 Tulsa T/30-30 Tulsa, Okla. 21,783 # Alabama forfeited the game 1994 (6-5) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Ronald Jones, Mark Montgomery and Michael Tobias 9/3 Tulane W/25-10 New Orleans, La. 24,786 9/10 Virginia Tech L/14-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,381 9/17 Memphis W/20-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,563 9/24 Texas A&M L/17-41 Coll. Station, Tex. 56,006 10/1 East Carolina L/10-31 Greenville, N.C. 32,867 10/8 Alabama L/6-14 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 70,123 10/15 Louisiana-Lafayette W/43-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 14,592 10/22 Samford (HC) W/59-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 15,514 10/29 Tulsa W/47-29 Hattiesburg, Miss. 13,473 11/5 Florida L/17-55 Gainesville, Fla. 85,448 11/12 Louisiana State W/20-18 Baton Rouge, La. 51, (6-5) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Jerry Harris and Albert McRae 8/31 Northern Illinois W/45-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 33,092 9/9 Alabama L/20-24 Birmingham, Ala. 83,091 9/16 Utah State W/24-21 Logan, Utah 15,227 9/23 Indiana L/26-27 Bloomington, Ill. 31,216 9/30 Tulane W/45-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,141 10/7 Louisville W/25-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,079 10/14 Cincinnati L/13-16 Cincinnati, Ohio 18,522 10/28 East Carolina (HC) L/34-36 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,293 11/4 Tennessee L/0-42 Knoxville, Tenn. 93,433 11/11 Memphis W/17-9 Memphis, Tenn. 11,503 11/18 Louisiana-Lafayette W/35-32 Lafayette, La. 19, (8-3, 4-1 Conference USA Champions) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Kendrick Lee, Jeff Posey and Cedric Walthaw 8/31 Georgia W/11-7 Athens, Ga. 81,076 9/7 Alabama L/10-20 Birmingham, Ala. 82,338 9/14 Utah State W/31-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,307 9/21 Louisiana-Lafayette W/52-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,169 9/28 *Louisville W/24-7 Louisville, Ky. 36,482 10/10 East Carolina W/28-7 Greenville, N.C. 34,480 10/19 *Memphis W/16-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,601 10/26 *Tulane W/31-28 New Orleans, La. 20,384 11/2 *Cincinnati (HC) W/21-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,241 11/9 *Houston L/49-56 (OT) Houston, Texas 18,107 11/16 Florida State L/14-54 Tallahassee, Fla. 72, (9-3, 6-0 Conference USA Champions) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Tyrone Boleware, Marchant Kenney, Lytrel Pollard and Patrick Surtain 8/30 Florida L/6-21 Gainesville, Fla. 85,439 9/6 Illinois W/24-7 Champaign, Ill. 44,519 9/20 Nevada W/35-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,481 9/27 Alabama L/13-27 Birmingham, Ala. 83,091 10/4 *Louisville W/42-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,028 10/11 *East Carolina W/23-13 Greenville, N.C. 33,904 10/25 *Tulane (HC) W/34-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,092 11/1 *Cincinnati W/24-17 Cincinnati, Ohio 23,799 11/8 Tennessee L/20-44 Knoxville, Tenn. 107,073 11/15 *Houston W/33-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20,091 11/22 *Memphis W/42-18 Memphis, Tenn. 17,243 12/31 Pittsburgh W/41-7 Memphis, Tenn. 50,209 (Liberty Bowl) 1998 (7-5, 5-1 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Frank Firestone, Jose Gonzalez, Lee Roberts and Larry Watts 9/5 Penn State L/6-34 State College, Pa. 96,617 9/19 Texas A&M L/6-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 33,233 9/26 Louisiana-Lafayette W/55-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,379 10/3 *Tulane L/7-21 New Orleans, La. 32,527 10/10 *Louisville W/56-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,043 10/17 *Army W/37-13 West Point, N.Y. 40,395 10/24 *East Carolina (HC) W/41-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,020 10/31 Alabama L/20-30 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 83,818 11/7 *Houston W/21-15 Houston, Texas 16, southernmiss.com

174 All-Time Results 11/14 *Memphis W/45-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 19,132 11/21 Nevada W/55-28 Reno, Nev. 18,336 12/30 Idaho L/35-42 Boise, Idaho 19,664 (Humanitarian Bowl) Rod Davis 1999 (9-3, 6-0 Conference USA Champions) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Todd Pinkston, T. J. Slaughter, Adalius Thomas, and Michael Villalonga 9/6 *Tulane W/48-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,098 9/11 Northwestern (La.) State W/40-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,871 9/18 Nebraska L/13-20 Lincoln, Neb. 77,826 9/25 Texas A&M L/6-23 Coll. Station, Tex. 65,264 10/9 *East Carolina W/39-22 Greenville, N.C. 39,418 10/16 *Army W/24-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,054 10/23 *Cincinnati W/28-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,012 10/30 Alabama L/14-35 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 83,818 11/6 *Memphis W/20-5 Memphis, Tenn. 23,635 11/13 Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) W/48-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,133 11/20 *Louisville W/30-27 Louisville, Ky. 41,826 12/31 Colorado State W/23-17 Memphis, Tenn. 54,866 (AXA Liberty Bowl) 2000 (8-4, 4-3 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Leo Barnes, Billy Clay, Cedric Scott and DeQuincy Scott 9/2 Tennessee L/16-19 Knoxville, Tenn. 108,064 9/16 Alabama W/21-0 Birmingham, Ala. 83,091 9/23 Oklahoma State W/28-6 Stillwater, Okla. 41,205 9/30 *Memphis W/24-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,658 10/7 USF W/41-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,559 10/14 *Tulane W/56-24 New Orleans, La. 27,645 10/28 *Houston W/6-3 Houston, Texas 17,565 11/4 *Louisville (HC) L/28-49 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,667 11/11 *UAB W/33-30 (2ot) Birmingham, Ala. 25,000 11/18 *Cincinnati L/24-27 Cincinnati, Ohio 21,958 11/24 *East Carolina L/9-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,152 12/20 TCU W/28-21 Mobile, Ala. 40,300 (GMAC Mobile Bowl) 2001 (6-5, 4-3 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Dannye Fowler, Jeff Kelly, Roy Magee and Chad Williams 9/1 Oklahoma State W/17-9 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,134 9/22 Louisiana-Lafayette W/35-10 Lafayette, La. 14,132 9/29 *UAB W/3-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 29,782 10/6 *Memphis L/17-22 Memphis, Tenn. 28,668 10/16 *Louisville L/14-24 Louisville, Ky. 33,627 10/27 *Houston (HC) W/58-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,162 11/3 Penn State L/20-38 State College, Pa. 106,158 11/17 *Tulane W/59-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,054 11/23 *East Carolina W/28-21 Greenville, N.C. 30,127 11/29 Alabama L/15-28 Birmingham, Ala. 79,947 12/7 *TCU L/12-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23, (7-6, 5-3 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Rod Davis, Derrick Nix, Terrell Paul and Torrin Tucker 8/31 Jackson State W/55-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 35,169 9/7 Illinois W/23-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,183 9/14 *Memphis W/33-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,419 9/21 Alabama L/7-20 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 83,818 9/29 *Army W/27-6 West Point, N.Y. 31,402 10/12 USF L/13-16 Tampa, Fla. 28,181 10/19 *Cincinnati (HC) W/23-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,031 10/30 *TCU L/7-37 Ft. Worth, Texas 26,612 11/9 *UAB W/20-13 Birmingham, Ala. 19,968 11/14 *Louisville L/17-20 (2OT) Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,076 11/23 *Tulane L/10-31 New Orleans, La. 21,832 11/30 *East Carolina W/24-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 19,888 12/27 Oklahoma State L/23-33 Houston, Texas 44,687 (Houston Bowl) 2003 (9-4, 8-0 Conference USA Champions) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Terrell Browden, Rod Davis, Jeremy Parquet, Terrell Paul, and Etric Pruitt 8/30 California L/2-34 Berkeley, Calif. 33,552 9/4 *UAB W/17-12 Birmingham, Ala /13 *Memphis W/23-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 29,233 9/25 Nebraska L/14-38 Hattiesburg, Miss. 36,152 10/4 *Cincinnati W/22-20 Cincinnati, Ohio 24,522 10/11 Alabama L/3-17 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 82,818 10/25 *USF W/27-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,708 11/1 Louisiana-Lafayette (HC) W/48-3 Hattiesburg, Miss 25,649 11/8 *Houston W/31-10 Houston, Texas 20,377 11/15 *Tulane W/28-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,987 11/20 *TCU W/40-28 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,141 11/29 *East Carolina W/38-21 Greenville, N.C. 24,175 12/31 Utah L/0-17 Memphis, Tenn. 55,989 (AXA Liberty Bowl) 2004 (7-5, 5-3 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Michael Boley, Antoine Cash, Seth Cumbie, Jeremy Parquet and Chad Ruffin 9/11 Nebraska W/21-17 Lincoln, Neb. 77,887 9/25 *Tulane W/32-14 New Orleans, La. 27,211 10/2 *USF W/27-20 Tampa, Fla. 30,049 10/7 *Houston W/39-35 (OT) Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,625 10/16 Alabama L/3-27 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 82, Southern Miss Football

175 All-Time Results 10/23 *East Carolina (HC) W/51-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,422 11/6 *Cincinnati L/24-52 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,690 11/12 *Memphis L/26-30 Memphis, Tenn. 47,163 11/20 *TCU L/17-42 Fort Worth, Texas 27,992 11/27 *UAB W/26-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,604 12/4 California L/16-26 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,480 12/14 North Texas W/31-10 New Orleans, La. 27,253 (New Orleans Bowl) 2005 (7-5, 5-3 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Dustin Almond, Kevis Coley, Trevis Coley, Terrance Ford, Luke Johnson 9/10 Alabama L/21-30 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 81,018 9/17 McNeese State W/48-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,174 10/1 *East Carolina W/33-7 Greenville, N.C. 35,510 10/8 *Tulsa L/17-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,375 10/15 *UCF (HC) W/52-31 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,366 10/21 *UAB W/37-28 Birmingham, Ala. 31,363 10/29 N.C. State L/17-21 Raleigh, N.C. 52,500 11/8 *Marshall W/27-24 (OT) Huntington, W.Va. 22,238 11/13 *Houston L/24-27 Houston, Texas 15,119 11/19 *Memphis L/22-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,667 11/26 *Tulane W/26-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,730 12/20 Arkansas State W/31-19 Lafayette, La. 18,338 (New Orleans Bowl) * Denotes Conference USA Game 2006 (9-5, 6-2 Conference USA East Division Champions) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: George Batiste, Conrad Chanove, Travis Cooley, Jasper Faulk, Jonathan Palmer, Brandon Sumrall 9/2 Florida L/7-34 Gainesville, Fla. 90,043 9/9 Southeastern La. W/45-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,258 9/16 NC State W/37-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,748 9/26 *UCF W/19-14 Orlando, Fla. 23,540 10/3 *Tulsa L/6-20 Tulsa, Okla. 20,625 10/14 *Houston (HC) W/31-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,317 10/21 Virginia Tech L/6-36 Blacksburg, Va. 66,233 10/28 *East Carolina L/17-20 (OT) Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,155 11/5 *Memphis W/42-21 Memphis, Tenn. 28,103 11/11 *Tulane W/31-3 New Orleans, La. 21,687 11/18 *UAB W/25-20 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,749 11/25 *Marshall W/42-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,736 12/1 #Houston L/20-34 Houston, Texas 31,818 1/7 Ohio W/28-7 Mobile, Ala. 38,751 (GMAC Bowl) # Conference USA Championship Game Larry Fedora 4 Seasons Record: Larry Fedora came to Southern Miss after a three-stint at Oklahoma State as their offensive coordinator. Fedora arrived in Hattiesburg with an offensive background and in his first season at the helm of the program his squad established 36 school records. In his fourth and final year with the school, Fedora completed his tenure by recording the most ever victories in a season as well as capturing the school s first Conference USA Championship in eight seasons (7-6, 4-4 Conference USA) Coach: Larry Fedora Captains: Tokumbo Abanikanda, Austin Davis, Ryan McKee, Gerald McRath 8/30 Louisiana-Lafayette W/51-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,792 9/6 Auburn L/13-27 Auburn, Ala. 87,451 9/13 Arkansas State W/27-24 Jonesboro, Ark. 25,938 9/20 *Marshall L/27-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,178 10/4 *UTEP L/37-40 (2OT) Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,788 10/11 Boise State L/7-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,912 10/18 *Rice L/40-45 Houston, Texas 11,117 10/25 *Memphis L/30-36 Memphis, Tenn. 24,034 11/1 *UAB (HC) W/70-14 Hattiesburg, Miss. 29,147 11/8 *UCF W/17-6 Orlando, Fla. 41,652 11/15 *East Carolina W/21-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,658 11/29 *SMU W/28-12 Dallas, Texas 13,020 12/21 Troy W/30-27 (OT) New Orleans, La. 30,197 (New Orleans Bowl) Gerald McRath 2007 (7-6, 5-3 Conference USA) Coach: Jeff Bower Captains: Chris Clark, Gerald McRath, Brandon Sumrall, Jeremy Young 9/1 Tennessee-Martin W/35-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. 29,253 9/8 Tennessee L/19-39 Knoxville, Tenn. 106,311 9/15 *East Carolina W/28-21 Greenville, N.C. 43,041 9/27 Boise State L/16-38 Boise, Idaho 30,159 10/3 *Rice L/29-31 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,656 10/13 *SMU (HC) W/28-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,534 10/21 *Marshall W/33-24 Huntington, W. Va. 27,234 10/28 *UCF L/17-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,103 11/3 *UAB W/37-7 Birmingham, Ala. 13,348 11/10 *Memphis L/26-29 Hattiesburg, Miss. 29,354 11/17 *UTEP W/56-30 El Paso, Texas 28,592 11/24 Arkansas State W/16-10 Hattiesburg, Miss. 17,705 12/22 Cincinnati L/21-31 Birmingham, Ala. 35,258 (Papajohns.com Bowl) 173 southernmiss.com

176 All-Time Results 2009 (7-6, 5-3 Conference USA) Coach: Larry Fedora Captains: Gerald Baptiste, Ryan Hebert, Eddie Hicks, Korey Williams 9/5 Alcorn State W/52-0 Hattiesburg, Miss. 36,232 9/12 *UCF W/26-19 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,456 9/19 Virginia W/37-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 31,170 9/26 Kansas L/28-35 Lawrence, Kan. 50,025 10/1 *UAB L/17-30 Birmingham, Ala. 26,871 10/10 Louisville L/23-25 Louisville, Ky. 37,268 10/17 *Memphis W/36-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,022 10/24 *Tulane (HC) W/43-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,541 10/31 *Houston L/43-50 Houston, Texas 20,125 11/14 *Marshall W/27-20 Huntington, W. Va. 21,036 11/21 *Tulsa W/44-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,757 11/28 *East Carolina L/20-25 Greenville, N.C. 43,006 12/20 Middle Tennessee L/32-42 New Orleans, La. 30,228 (New Orleans Bowl) 2010 (8-5, 5-3 Conference USA) Coach: Larry Fedora Captains: Anthony Gray, Chico Hunter, Johdrick Morris, Martez Smith, Cameron Zipp 9/2 South Carolina L/13-41 Columbia, S.C. 70,438 9/11 Prairie View A&M W/34-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,316 9/17 Kansas W/31-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 30,211 9/25 Louisiana Tech W/13-12 Ruston, La. 22,344 10/2 *Marshall W/41-16 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,518 10/9 *East Carolina (HC) L/43-44 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,334 10/16 *Memphis W/41-19 Memphis, Tenn. 18,848 10/30 *UAB L/49-50,(2OT) Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,415 11/6 *Tulane W/46-30 New Orleans, La. 22,737 11/13 *UCF W/31-21 Orlando, Fla. 40,358 11/20 *Houston W/59-41 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,606 11/26 *Tulsa L/50-56 Tulsa, Okla. 21,901 12/21 Louisville L/28-31 St. Petersburg, Fla. 20,017 (Beef O Brady s St. Petersburg Bowl) 2011 (12-2, 6-2 Conference USA Champions) Coach: Larry Fedora Captains: Austin Davis, Lamar Holmes, Danny Hrapmann, Cordarro Law, Ronnie Thornton 9/3 Louisiana Tech W/19-17 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,356 9/10 Marshall* L/20-26 Huntington, W.Va. 24,247 9/17 Southeastern La. W/52-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. 27,433 9/24 Virginia W/30-24 Charlottesville, Va. 43,220 10/1 Rice* W/48-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 28,656 10/8 Navy W/63-35 Annapolis, Md. 33,462 10/22 SMU* (HC) W/27-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,695 10/29 UTEP* W/31-13 El Paso, Texas 24,906 11/5 East Carolina* W/48-28 Greenville, N.C. 50,345 11/12 UCF* W/30-29 Hattiesburg, Miss. 32,925 11/17 UAB* L/31-34 Birmingham, Ala. 14,103 11/26 Memphis* W/44-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. 26,347 12/3 #Houston W/49-28 Houston, Texas 32,413 12/24 Nevada W/24-17 Honolulu, Hi. 32,630 (Sheraton Hawai i Bowl) * Denotes C-USA Game # Denotes C-USA Championship Game Ellis Johnson 1 Season 2012 Record: 0-12 Ellis Johnson, hailed as one of the country s top defensive strategists, led the program for one season. This was his second stint with the program, having served as an assistant coach for the Golden Eagles during the 1988 and 1989 seasons (0-12, 0-8 Conference USA) Coach: Ellis Johnson Captains: Peter Boehme, Jamie Collins 9/1 Nebraska L/20-49 Lincoln, Neb. 85,425 9/15 East Carolina* L/14-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 34,140 9/22 Western Kentucky L/17-42 Bowling Green, Ky. 23,252 9/29 Louisville L/17-21 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,492 10/6 Boise State L/14-40 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,337 10/13 UCF* L/31-38 (2OT) Orlando, Fla. 34,514 10/20 Marshall* (HC) L/24-59 Hattiesburg, Miss. 24,903 10/27 Rice* L/17-44 Houston, Texas 14,927 11/3 UAB* L/19-27 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,874 11/10 SMU* L/6-34 Dallas, Texas 16,343 11/17 UTEP* L/33-34 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,757 11/24 Memphis* L/24-42 Memphis, Tenn. 21,305 * Denotes C-USA Game Todd Monken 1 Season 2013-Present Record: 1-11 Todd Monken became the third Southern Miss coach of the last four, whose previous job was as offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State. Monken brought an impressive set of credentials with him that included stops at the collegiate as well as the NFL level (1-11, 1-7 Conference USA) Coach: Todd Monken Captains: Bruce Johnson, Dylan Reda, Khyri Thornton, Markese Triplett 8/31 Texas State L/15-22 Hattiesburg, Miss. 25,729 9/7 Nebraska L/13-56 Lincoln, Neb. 90,466 9/14 Arkansas L/3-24 Fayetteville, Ark. 63,067 9/28 Boise State L/7-60 Boise, Idaho 35,356 10/5 FIU* L/23-24 Hattiesburg, Miss. 21,891 10/19 East Carolina* L/14-55 Greenville, N.C. 45,005 10/26 North Texas* L/14-55 Hattiesburg, Miss. 23,203 11/2 Marshall* L/13-61 Huntington, W.Va. 20,398 11/9 Louisiana Tech* L/13-36 Ruston, La. 18,571 11/16 Florida Atlantic* L/7-41 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20,802 11/23 Middle Tennessee* L/21-42 Hattiesburg, Miss. 22,134 11/30 UAB* W/62-27 Birmingham, Ala. 6,383 * Denotes C-USA Game Southern Miss Football

177 Bowl History 1953 Sun Bowl Pacific 26, Southern Miss 7 EL PASO, Texas - Mississippi Southern made its first bowl appearance here in El Paso, Texas, but it would be the College of the Pacific who would leave Texas as the winner, Pacific scored the first points of the game and never looked back. Trailing 13-0 at the half, MSC received the kickoff and then fumbled the ball on the very next play, resulting in a Tiger touchdown. Coach Pie Vann s squad would lose four fumbles on the day. Mississippi Southern s only score came on a 73-yard march with little time remaining. Hugh Laurin Pepper scored on a two-yard run, and Peanuts Davenport kicked the extra point. Newspaper reports from the day after the game indicate that defensive tackle J. T. Shepard was the defensive standout for the Southerners. He blocked a punt and recovered it, as well as making some key tackles. Scoring Summary Final Pacific Southern Miss Sun Bowl UTEP 37, Southern Miss 14 EL PASO, Texas - Although it was the second consecutive trip to the Sun Bowl for the Southerners, the result was the same as the UTEP quarterback and Sun Bowl MVP Dick Shinaut threw for two touchdowns, booted a 14-yard field goal, and led the Miners to a victory over the Southerners. The Miners struck early, recovering a fumble in the MSC end zone for the first score. UTEP built up a 30-7 halftime lead. The MSC first score came on a Billy Jarrell 13-yard pass to Tommie Wood. The other MSC score came on a 13-yard run by Fred Smallwood in the third quarter. Scoring Summary Final UTEP Southern Miss Tangerine Bowl West Texas A&M 20, Southern Miss 13 ORLANDO, Fla. - Mississippi Southern Coach Pie Vann called this loss to West Texas State my toughest loss ever, although Vann would go on to coach 11 years. The Southerners jumped out to an early 13-0 lead at halftime and were threatening early in the third quarter when the Buffaloes defensive back Ron Mills returned an interception 75 yards for a touchdown to ignite West Texas State. J. C. Arban scored MSC s first touchdown on a 51-yard Statue of Liberty play, and Bobby Hughes threw a 53-yard bomb to Jerry Taylor for Mississippi Southern s other score. But it was not enough, as Mills scored on a two-yard romp, and quarterback Bubba Hillman scampered 19 yards for the other score, stealing victory away from Mississippi Southern. The following day the Orlando Sentinel called the game the best in 11 years. Scoring Summary Final West Texas A&M Southern Miss Tangerine Bowl Texas A&M Commerce 10, Southern Miss 9 ORLANDO, Fla. - Mississippi Southern had every opportunity in the world to win the 12th Annual Tangerine Bowl, but East Texas State found a way to postpone an MSC Bowl victory, defeating the Southerners The Lions scored the first touchdown of the game when Garry Berry went in from the three-yard line. MSC quarterback George Sekul then engineered a drive that resulted in his scoring on a one-yard plunge. Before the half ended, the Lions center snapped the ball over the punter s head and out of the end zone, giving Coach Pie Vann s club a 9-7 halftime lead. With 7:47 left in the game, East Texas State s Neal Hinson connected on a 31-yard field goal that was the eventual winning score. Southern s Curry Juneau was cited for his outstanding defensive play. Scoring Summary Final Texas A&M - Commerce Southern Miss Independence Bowl Southern Miss 16, McNeese State 14 SHREVEPORT, La. - Golden Eagle fans would have to wait until USM s fifth bowl appearance before they could claim a victory. The Eagles Winston Walker hit a 36-yard field goal, and Clemon Terrell scored on a 14-yard run in the first quarter to give USM the early advantage. USM, though, fell behind late in the third quarter. With just 1:17 remaining, USM s Mike Woodard scored on a one-yard plunge to ensure a Golden Eagle victory. For his stellar play, Jerald Baylis was named the defensive MVP. Scoring Summary Final Southern Miss McNeese State st USM - Walker 36 field goal, 2:09 USM - Terrell 14 run, Walker kick, 0:13 2nd MSU - Jordan 1 run, Stump kick, 0:44 3rd MSU - Starring 4 run, Stump kick, 7:43 4th USM - Woodard 1 run, kick failed, 1:17 USM MSU First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 18/8/1 12/6/0 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 2/1 4/0 Penalties/Yards 4/36 8/69 Punts/Avg. 6/34.8 9/38.1 Third Down Conversions 2/14 3/17 Time of Possession 30:40 29:20 Rushing USM: Collier 14-63; Winder 18-48; Terrell 7-33,TD; Woodard 6-27, TD; Floyd 5-10 MSU: Starring 23-82, TD; McClendon 20-97; Polaski 4-12; Jordan 12-50, TD; southernmiss.com

178 Bowl History Passing USM: Collier , 69 yards; Floyd MSU: Starring , 139 yards Receiving USM: Harvey 3-24; Horn 2-23; Livings 1-17; Lipps 1-8; Floyd 1- minus 3 MSU: Barrouse 2-69; McClendon 2-31; Landry 1-22; Kusar 1-17 Tackles (U-A-TT) USM: Baylis ; Lewis 9-0-9; Jackson MSU: Burokel ; Carroll Tangerine Bowl Missouri 19, Southern Miss 17 ORLANDO, Fla. - Missouri got four field goals from Bob Lucchesi and a three-yard touchdown run from Bobby Meyer on their way to a victory over USM. Head Coach Bobby Collins squad got a first half field goal by Steve Clark, but it was all the Eagles could manage. Sammy Winder scored on a 4-yard run to bring the score closer at USM s only other score was a 74-yard bomb from David Seller to Louis Lipps late in the game. The Eagles Bruce Miller was the game s defensive MVP. Scoring Summary Final Missouri Southern Miss st UM - Meyer 3 run, Lucchesi kick, 0:40 2nd USM -Clark 37 field goal, 4:07 UM - Lucchesi 45 field goal, 2:05 UM - Lucchesi 41 field goal, 7:10 3rd USM - Winder 4 run, Clark kick, 7:10 UM - Lucchesi 30 field goal, 0:14 4th UM - Lucchesi 28 field goal, 10:52 USM - Lipps 74 pass from Sellers, Clark kick, 1:03 UM USM First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 22/10/1 20/6/0 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 1/0 2/1 Penalties/Yards 7/50 6/58 Punts/Avg. 7/35.9 8/34.5 Third Down Conversions 3/16 6/17 Time of Possession 29:33 30:27 Rushing UM: Meyer 20-96, TD; White 18-62; Shorthose 3-11; Perry 2-minus 4; Caver 1-minus 1 USM: Winder 13-50, TD; Terrell 9-44; Floyd 7-23; Collier 20-16; Lipps 1-13; Sellers 2-minus 13 Passing UM: Perry , 141 yards USM: Collier , 54 yards; Sellers 3-1-0, 74 yards, TD Receiving UM: Caver 4-65; Gibler 1-38; White 1-20; Meyer 3-11; Thomas 1-7 USM: Lipps 1-74, TD; Powell 2-26; Floyd 2-18; Means Independence Bowl Southern Miss 38, UTEP 18 SHREVEPORT, La. - This game could be renamed The James Henry Show. The USM defensive back/punt returner scored two second half touchdowns on punt returns of 65- and 45-yards. For his efforts, he took home both the offensive and defensive game MVP honors. USM s Shelton Gandy also turned in a solid performance, scoring two touchdowns and putting UTEP completely out of the game. For the Golden Eagles it was only the second bowl win in school history. Scoring Summary Final UTEP Southern Miss st UTEP - Barrett 30 pass from Hegarty, Jacke kick, 8:27 USM - Seroka 26 field goal, 3:53 2nd USM - Warnsley 3 pass from Favre, Seroka kick, 0:19 3rd USM - Henry 65 punt return, Seroka kick, 13:29 USM - Gandy 1 run, Seroka kick, 9:52 USM - Henry 45 punt return, Seroka kick, 5:38 UTEP - Jacke 37 field goal, 1:37 4th USM - Gandy 7 run, Seroka kick, 11:46 UTEP - Fuller 2 pass from Flores, Flores to Fuller, 8:50. UTEP USM First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 44/23/0 26/15/2 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 3/0 2/0 Penalties/Yards 10/95 5/45 Punts/Avg. 6/39.2 6/32.2 Third Down Conversions 4/18 2/12 Time of Possession 31:08 28:52 Rushing UTEP: Fuller 9-31; Dixon 8-26; Menifee 5-13; Flores 2-3; Forrest 1-1; Lopez 1-minus 1; Hegarty 11-minus 10 USM: Gandy , 2TD; Bradley 9-29; Warnsely 3-8; Favre 7-minus 3 Passing UTEP: Hegarty , 203 yards, TD; Flores , 105 yards, TD USM: Favre , 157 yards, TD Receiving UTEP: Barrett 9-119, TD; Adkison 4-55; Housler 3-49; Fuller 3-27, TD; Lopez 2-33; Bailey 1-19; Dixon 1-6 USM: Jackson 3-15; Tillman 2-44; Williams 2-28; Rowell 1-24; Warnsley 2-11, TD; Gandy 2-10; Rowell 1-24; Hansford 1-10 Tackles (U-A-TT) UTEP: Sale 6-2-8; Morgan USM: Kirksey ; Valrie Southern Miss Football

179 Bowl History 1990 All American Bowl North Carolina State 31, Southern Miss 27 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Golden Eagles made the trip to nearby Birmingham, Alabama, for their first appearance in the All American Bowl. Just two weeks earlier, USM hired former Golden Eagle quarterback Jeff Bower to direct the program. USM quarterback Brett Favre threw for 341 yards and two touchdowns, but it would not be enough, as North Carolina State went on to a victory. For the Eagles, freshman receiver Mark Montgomery caught two Favre passes for touchdowns, while running backs Michael Welch and Tony Smith added touchdowns on the ground. Scoring Summary Final NC State Southern Miss st USM - Montgomery 10 pass from Favre, kick failed, 8:06 NCSU - Jordan 10 run, Fowble kick, 5:26 NCSU - Downs 2 run, Fowble kick, 2:15 2nd USM - Montgomery 13 pass from Favre, Favre to Welch pass, 13:42 NCSU - Fowble 22 field goal, 0:27 3rd USM - Smith 1 run, Taylor kick, 8:47 NCSU - Jurgens 12 pass Jordan, Fowble kick, 1:02 4th NCSU - Manior 41 run, Fowble kick, 6:21 USM - Welch 5 run, pass failed, 3:09 USM NCSU First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 39/28/1 25/15/1 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 4/2 2/0 Penalties/Yards 9/73 7/67 Punts/Avg. 5/34.6 7/26 Third Down Conversions 4/10 3/13 Time of Possession 27:24 32:36 Rushing USM: Smith 9-35, TD; Welch 2-11, TD; Nelson 1-6; E. Jackson 2-4; Dennis 1-2; R. Johnson 4-1; Favre 5-minus 15 NCSU: Manior 10-71, TD; Downs 9-53, TD; George 4-28; Shaw 7-18; Jordan 16-17, TD; T. Jackson 1-6; Cotton 1-2; Davenport 1-minus 2 Passing USM: Favre , 341 yards, 2 TD NCSU: Jordan , 166 yards, TD Receiving USM: M. Jackson 4-116; Montgomery 5-85, 2 TD; Pope 7-58; E. Jackson 6-39; Nelson 3-18; E. Williams 1-9; T. Smith 1-9; A. Harris 1-7 NCSU: Davenport 5-37; Harrison 2-29; Shaw 2-28; Jurgens 2-27, TD; W. Turner 1-16; George 1-12; Manior 1-10; Byrd 1-7 Tackles (U-A-TT) USM: Haynes ; Savage NCSU: Williams ; Carter Liberty Bowl Southern Miss 41, Pittsburgh 7 MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Southern Miss capped off an amazing season by claiming a 41-7 victory over Big East opponent Pittsburgh in the Liberty Bowl before a crowd of 50,209 mostly Golden Eagle fans. The win ended USM s season at 9-3, which capped off a season that saw the Golden Eagles earn a second consecutive Conference USA championship. The game was a showcase for both the USM offense and defense. Sherrod Gideon was named the game s Most Valuable Player after hauling in three touchdown passes from the arm of quarterback Lee Roberts. No. 22 Southern Miss combined the passing of Roberts to Gideon for three touchdowns with three defensive TDs for the 41-7 win. On a mission after being shut out of the bowl picture last year despite an 8-3 record, the Eagles capped it off with the Liberty Bowl victory and a perfect season in Conference USA. The 34-point margin of victory was the widest in the bowl s history, surpassing a pair of 30-point differences from the 1976 and 1994 contests. Scoring Summary Final Pittsburgh Southern Miss st USM - Gideon 31 pass from Roberts, Hardaway kick, 6:04 2nd USM - Gideon 8 pass from Roberts, Hardaway kick, 11:27 PITT - Hoffart 89 pass from Gonzalez, Ferencik kick, 2:52 3rd USM - Phenix 16 fumble return, Hardaway kick, 11:17 USM - Gideon 5 pass from Roberts, Hardaway kick, 00:00 4th USM - Thomas 26 interception return, Hardaway kick, 13:45 USM - Parrish 63 interception return, kick failed, 11:05 Pitt USM First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 41/16/2 27/18/1 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 1/1 0/0 Penalties/Yards 8/72 6/40 Punts/Avg. 7/40.3 7/36.3 Third Down Conversions 6/20 5/12 Time of Possession 32:55 27:05 Rushing Pitt: Barlow 9-68; West 19-56; Gonzalez 7-23; Thompson 3-3 USM: Shaw 17-62; Booth 7-49; Nance 5-20; Roberts 2-minus 6 Passing Pitt: Gonzalez , 172 yards, TD; Lytle , 18 yards USM: Roberts , 227 yards, 3 TDs; Balazik Receiving Pitt: Hoffart 5-121, TD; J. Williams 4-21; Barlow 2-20; Murphy 2-18; West 2-6; T. Thompson 1-4 USM: Gideon 7-111, 3 TDs; Hardy 4-43; Pinkston 2-43; H. Shaw 2-17; Heard 2-15; E. Shaw 1- minus southernmiss.com

180 Bowl History Tackles (U-A-TT) Pitt: Coakley ; McGhee USM: Kenney 3-3-6; Mallard 4-2-6; Pollard 5-1-6; Surtain Humanitarian Bowl Idaho 42, Southern Miss 35 BOISE, Idaho - Leading 21-7 with a 1st and 10 at the Idaho 38 yard line and 8:13 left in the first half, Southern Miss appeared well on its way to a second straight bowl victory. However, the Golden Eagles did not convert that scoring opportunity, and, before the first half ended, the Vandals scored three times to take a lead into the locker room before a crowd of 19,664 at the Humanitarian Bowl. The two teams fought to a standoff in the second half, though Southern Miss did tie the score at 35 with 6:37 left in the game, and, after Idaho scored to take a lead, the Golden Eagles had one final opportunity to tie the game but moved as far as their own 40 yard line before losing a fumble that allowed the Vandals to run out the clock. Several Golden Eagle players had big games, including freshman running back Derrick Nix, who capped his first season with a 29-carry, 122- yard performance; quarterback Lee Roberts, who ended his college career with a 30-of-51 passing performance that netted 342 yards and a pair of touchdowns; and, junior wideout Sherrod Gideon, who caught both Roberts TDs and finished with 12 catches for 117 yards. Roberts earned game MVP honors for his performance. Southern Miss won the rushing and passing yardage battles with a edge in rushing and a solid margin in passing. However, the Golden Eagles also lost five of six fumbles, while managing to force three Idaho fumbles, all recovered by USM. Scoring Summary Final Idaho Southern Miss st USM - Gideon 2 pass from Roberts, Hardaway kick, 6:01 UI - Thomas, Jer 98 kick return, Davis kick, 5:44 USM - Nix 8 run, kick failed, 0:48 2nd USM - Nix 1 run, Roberts to Gideon pass, 10:09 UI - Townsley 12 pass from Welsh, Davis kick, 5:32 UI - Roberg 21 pass from Welsh, Davis kick, 4:07 UI - Moody 2 pass from Welsh, Davis kick, 0:00 3rd UI - Thomas, Joel 1 run, Davis kick, 2:59 4th USM - Gideon 7 pass from Robert, Hardaway kick, 9:25 USM - Nix 15 run, Hardaway kick, 6:37 UI - Prestimonico 28 pass from Welsh, Davis kick, 2:01 USM UI First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 52/31/0 41/24/0 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 6/5 3/3 Penalties/Yards 5/44 9/59 Punts/Avg. 4/43.5 5/39.0 Third Down Conversions 7/17 4/12 Time of Possession 31:23 28:37 Passing USM: Roberts , 342 yards, 2 TDs; Purser 1-1-0, 20 yds. UI: Welsh , 291 yards, 4 TDs Receiving USM: Gideon , 2 TDs; Pinkston 7-101; Shaw 5-83; Nix 3-29; Heard 2-7; Thomas 1-20; Gulley 1-5 UI: Prestimonico 5-61, TD; Jones 4-49; Townsley 4-62, TD; Joel Thomas 4-42; Roberg 2-35, TD; Lacy 2-22; Jer. Thomas 1-minus 1; Alderson 1-19; Moody 1-2, TD Tackles (U-A-TT) USM: Gonzalez ; Slaughter 6-2-8; Bell UI: Skinner ; Nofoaiga Liberty Bowl Southern Miss 23, Colorado State 17 MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The Southern Miss defense, which had been regarded as one of the best in school history all season long, made a strong argument for that case as it held Colorado State to only 268 total yards, its second-lowest of the season, in a hard-fought win. The win was the second Liberty Bowl championship for the Golden Eagles in three years. In 1997, Southern Miss defeated Pittsburgh Unlike 1997, when the Golden Eagle offense put on an offensive clinic, the Southern Miss offense struggled, but was rescued by the stingy play of the Golden Eagle defense. Southern Miss managed only 187 yards, but the Golden Eagle defense held when it counted most. In the second half, USM held Colorado State scoreless despite being on the field for 19 minutes. After the game, a jubilant Jeff Bower praised his defense. I m officially declaring this the best Southern Miss defense ever, said Bower. Scoring Summary Final Colorado State Southern Miss st USM - Williams 5 fumble return, Hanna kick, 13:11 CSU - Hurst 35 field goal, 8:54 USM - Frances recovered blocked punt in endzone, kick failed, 4:35 2nd CSU - Rice 2 run, Hurst kick, 7:45 CSU - Woolstenhulme 38 pass from Newton, Hurst kick, 3:32 USM - Nix 3 run, Hanna kick, 0:26 3rd USM - Hanna 25 field goal, 9:35 USM CSU First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 30/13/1 46/20/1 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 2/1 3/2 Penalties/Yards 11/59 8/71 Punts/Avg. 9/34.3 5/159 Third Down Conversions 3/18 5/18 Time of Possession 24:58 35:02 Rushing USM: Nix , 3 TDs; Woods 3-15; Roberts 8- minus 20 UI: Joel Thomas 22-86, TD; Welsh 11-48; Alderson Southern Miss Football

181 Bowl History 2000 GMAC Bowl Southern Miss 28, TCU 21 MOBILE, Ala. - In a game that featured the top two defenses in the nation, it was the Southern Miss offense that took center stage in the end. Down entering the fourth quarter, the Golden Eagles scored two touchdowns on the nation s top defense in the final frame, converting on quarterback Jeff Kelly s touchdown passes of 56 and 29 yards, respectively. The final score came with :08 seconds left in the game, as Southern Miss wide receiver Kenneth Johnson grabbed a 29-yard touchdown pass to lift the Golden Eagles to the victory over No. 13 TCU in the 2000 GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl. Earlier in the fourth, Kelly connected with LeRoy Handy for a 56-yard scoring strike with 7:24 remaining. The win was Southern Miss third bowl victory in four seasons and also marked the fifth-straight year that the team finished with seven or more victories in a season. The Golden Eagles defense, ranked second in the nation, held NCAA-leading rusher and Heisman Trophy finalist LaDainian Tomlinson to a season-low 118 yards on the ground. Handy finished as the bowl s Offensive MVP after grabbing five receptions for 84 yards and two touchdowns. Leo Barnes, who returned an interception 50 yards for a score in the first quarter, earned Defensive MVP honors. Scoring Summary Final TCU Southern Miss st TCU - Layne 3 pass from Printers, Kaylakie kick,7:51 USM - Barnes 50 int. return, Hanna kick, 6:08 3rd USM - Handy 9 pass from Kelly, Hanna kick, 13:06 TCU - Tomlinson 7 run, Kaylakie kick, 9:52 TCU - Tomlinson 33 run, Kaylakie kick, 4:58 4th USM - Handy 56 pass from Kelly, Hanna kick, 7:24 USM - Johnson 29 pass from Kelly, Hanna kick, :08 TCU USM First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Att./Comp./Int. 10/22/2 11/23/0 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 2/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards 8/68 5/35 Punts/Avg. 6/33.3 4/40.5 Third Down Conversions 9/16 5/14 Time of Possession 32:41 27:19 Rushing TCU: Tomlinson , 2 TDs; Layne 7-31 USM: Nance ; Kelly 11-43; Woods 8-12 Passing TCU: Printers , 115 yards, 1 TD USM: Kelly , 159, 3 TDs Receiving TCU: Brown 3-37; Layne 3-14, 1 TD; Dunbar 2-42; Maiden 2-22 USM: Handy 5-84, 2 TDs; Garner 3-42, Johnson 1-29, 1TD Tackles (U-A-TT) TCU: Owens 5-1-6; Fuller 4-2-6; Schobel USM: Davis ; Magee 6-2-8; C. Scott 6-0-6; Moore Houston Bowl Oklahoma State 33, Southern Miss 23 HOUSTON, Texas - For three-and-a-half quarters Southern Miss challenged Oklahoma State, but the Cowboys overtook the Golden Eagles in the final half of the fourth quarter to win, 33-23, in the third annual Houston Bowl. Rashaun Woods caught nine catches for 164 yards and a touchdown to lead OSU and collected Houston Bowl Most Valuable Player honors. Dustin Almond came in on the Golden Eagles second drive of the game and remained in the contest as Southern Miss quarterback. He finished the game completing 11-of-27 passes for 173 yards and rushing 17 times for 54 yards and one touchdown. James Walley led the Golden Eagles with 21 carries for 74 yards and one touchdown. Chris Johnson led Southern Miss in receiving with five catches for 67 yards. Scoring Summary Final Southern Miss Oklahoma State st OSU - Denard 3 pass from Fields, Phillips kick, 10:39 OSU - Phillips 46 field goal, 7:50 USM - Jones 38 field goal, 2:51 2nd USM - Almond 13 run, Jones kick, 10:32 OSU - Phillips 52 field goal, 8:05 USM - Jones 24 field goal, 2:29 OSU - Woods 51 pass from Fields, Phillips kick, 1:38 3rd USM - Walley 2 run, Jones kick, 11:50 USM - Jones 30 field goal, 4:13 4th OSU - Phillips 28 field goal, 14:56 OSU - Bell 22 run, Phillips kick, 8:07 OSU - Phillips 24 field goal, 5:15 USM OSU First Downs Offensive plays Yards Per Play Rushing Att.-Yds. 43/148 33/194 Passing Att./Comp./Int. 11/28/1 40/21/1 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles/Lost 1/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards 8/57 10/97 Punts/Avg. 7/44.1 4/41.5 Third Down Conversions 2/15 4/16 Time of Possession 30:32 29:28 Rushing USM: Walley 21-74, 1 TD; Almond 17-54, 1 TD; C. Johnson 2-16; Harris 2-6, Team 1-minus 2 OSU: Bell , 1 TD; Shaw 12-37; Fields 6-1; Team 2-minus 4 Passing USM: Almond , 173 yards, 0 TD; D Angelo 0-1-1, 0 yards, 0 TD OSU : Fields , 310 yards, 2 TD Receiving USM: C. Johnson 5-67; Walley 2-45; Browden 1-44; Young 1-8; Garner 1-5; Handy 1-4 OSU: Woods 9-164, 1 TD; Johnson 3-47; Davis-Bryant 3-37; Lewis 2-19; Bajema 1-33; Lindsay 1-8; Denard 1-3, 1 TD; Bell 1-minus southernmiss.com

182 Bowl History Tackles (U-A-TT) USM: Pruitt ; Davis ; Henley ; Boley OSU: Massey 4-5-9; Craig 6-1-7; Williams 6-1-7; Robinson Liberty Bowl Utah 17, Southern Miss 0 MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The 2003 AXA Liberty Bowl was deemed the battle of champions, and in the end, it was just that at least on the defensive side of the ball. Utah did just enough on offense to take a 17-0 victory over Southern Miss in a tough, defensive clash at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. The defenses were so good that the two teams managed to convert only 4-of-31 third down attempts, two by each team. Utah was averaging 381 yards a game coming in but netted only 228 against the Golden Eagle defense, and Southern Miss had just 213 yards, as compared to the 334 yards per game prior to the game. The game also marked the first time that Southern Miss had been shut out since the 1995 season, when the team fell 42-0 to Tennessee. The Utes offensive total included 104 yards on the ground. Running back Brandon Warfield paced Utah with a game-high 91 yards and one touchdown. The Golden Eagles had a chance to get on the board first in the opening quarter, but Darren McCaleb s 47-yard field goal attempt fell short, keeping the game scoreless at the 9:40 mark. Running back Anthony Harris led Southern Miss with 70 yards on 14 carries, while Dustin Almond finished with 122 yards on 11-of-13 passing. Senior All-American linebacker Rod Davis ended his decorated Southern Miss career with a game-high 16 tackles, including eight solos, and was named the Golden Eagles Defensive Player of the Game. He became the school s all-time leader in total tackles, notching 526 in his career. Scoring Summary Final Utah Southern Miss nd Utah - Warfield 5 run (Borreson kick), 4:41 4th Utah - Borreson 19 field goal, 3:24 Utah - Scalley 74 fumble return (Borreson kick), 1:36 UTAH USM First Downs Offensive Plays Rushing Att.-Yds Passes Att-Comp-Int Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Avg Third-Down Conversions 2 of 15 2 of 16 Time of Possession 33:24 26:36 Rushing UTAH: Warfield 27-91, 1TD; Smith 13-42; Savoy 1-12; Team 4-minus 41 USM: Harris 14-70; Blackwell 3-18; Hardy 3-2; Almond 9-minus 10; D Angelo 1-minus 11. Passing UTAH: Smith , 124 yds. USM: Almond , 122 yds.; D Angelo 2-6-0, 22 yds. Receiving UTAH: Warren 5-72; Savoy 1-41; Moa 1-6; Latendresse 1-5 USM: Blackwell 3-30; Courington 2-34; Browden 2-33; Lawrence 2-27; Johnson 1-9; Hardy 1-6; Harris 1-5; Young 1-0. Tackles (U-A-TT) UTAH: Holdcraft 4-4-8; Toone 3-5-8; Revill USM: Davis ; Boley ; Pruitt New Orleans Bowl Southern Miss 31, North Texas 10 NEW ORLEANS, La. - Southern Miss led from start to finish and cruised to a victory over North Texas in the New Orleans Bowl at the Louisiana Superdome. The Golden Eagles opened with a 37-yard Dustin Almond to Otho Graves scoring combination, and then tacked on to that lead with a 1-yard score by Almond. In the second quarter, North Texas answered with a 24-yard field goal from Nick Bazaldua, but the Golden Eagles extended its lead on Darren McCaleb s 45-yard field goal second before the half. After a scoreless third quarter, Southern Miss all but put the game away with a pair of touchdowns -- Michael Boley s 62-yard interception return and a 1-yard scoring run by Sherron Moore. North Texas finished the scoring with an 11-yard touchdown pass from Scott Hall to Johnny Quinn with one second remaining, ending the game, Boley was named the 2004 Wyndham New Orleans Bowl MVP, finishing the game with eight tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks. Almond finished with 247 passing yards, his second highest total of the season, as he completed 16-of-30 attempts, while Anthony Harris finished with 14 carries for 104 yards. Antwon Courington led the receivers with five catches for 57 yards, and Graves led the team with 58 receiving yards on three catches. Jamario Thomas, the leading rusher in the nation entering the game, finished with 92 rushing yards, Quinn finished with eight catches for 92 yards, and Hall finished with 134 passing yards for North Texas. Scoring Summary Final Southern Miss North Texas st USM - Graves 37 pass from Almond, McCaleb kick, 11:01 USM - Almond 1 run, McCaleb kick, 6:13 2nd NT - Bazaldua 24 field goal, 10:08 USM - McCaleb 45 field goal, 00:15 4th USM - Boley 62 int. return, McCaleb kick, 12:52 USM - Moore 1 run, McCaleb kick, 01:26 NT - Quinn 11 pass from Hall, Bazaldua kick, 00:01 USM NT First Downs Offensive Plays Yards per Play Rushing Att.-Yds Passes Att./Comp./Int. 30/16/1 30/15/2 Passing Yards Total Offense Southern Miss Football

183 Bowl History Return Yards Punts/Avg. 3/46.0 8/43.0 Fumbles/Lost 3/2 2/1 Penalties/Yards 9/60 1/0 Third-Down Conversions 4/13 3/14 Possession Time 27:32 32:28 Rushing USM: Harris ; Moore 10-33, 1TD; Thomas 4-24; Weakley 1-2; Almond 3-minus 7, 1TD NT: Thomas 29-92; Mitchell 1-1; Moore 1-1; Hall 8-minus 16 Passing USM: Almond , 247 yards, 1TD NT : Hall , 134 yards, 1TD Receiving USM: Courington 5-57; Graves 3-58, 1TD; Perine 2-25; Thomas 2-3; Williams 1-47; Harris 1-33; Lawrence 1-17; Young 1-7 NT: Quinn 8-92, 1TD; Blount 3-13; Culberson 1-10; Mitchell 1-8; Jackson 1-7; Thomas 1-4 Tackles (U-A-TT) USM: Boley 5-3-8; Coley, T ; Cash NT: Holman ; Knowlton 6-3-9; Buckles 5-1-6; Awasom 4-2-6; Early New Orleans Bowl Southern Miss 31, Arkansas State 19 LAFAYETTE, La. - Career-high performances from Cody Hull and Shawn Nelson, the 2005 New Orleans Bowl MVP, helped Southern Miss earn a victory over Arkansas State. Nelson finished with a team-high six catches for 121 yards and two. His 121 yards also set a Southern Miss bowl record, surpassing Sherrod Gideon s 117-yard total in the Humanitarian Bowl vs. Idaho in Hull finished with a career-high 37 carries for 161 yards, both New Orleans Bowl and Southern Miss bowl records. Hull s totals surpassed Derrick Nix s 29 carries against Idaho in the 1998 Humanitarian Bowl and a 124 rushing yard performance by Shelton Gandy against UTEP in the 1988 Independence Bowl. After a scoreless first quarter, the Golden Eagles took the first lead of the game on a 31-yard field goal by Darren McCaleb. Arkansas State then answered with a 44-yard field goal from Eric Neihouse, knotting the game at 3-3 with 6:57 to play before halftime. Southern Miss scored on its ensuing drive, on a Cole Mason 5-yard touchdown run, but the lead was shortlived as the Indians added a four-yard run by Nick Noce with six seconds remaining before the half, tying the game, Southern Miss retook the lead in the third quarter on a 1-yard run by Hull, but Noce found Manuel Burton for a two-yard touchdown, knotting the game with 8:51 remaining in the third quarter. The Golden Eagles then took the lead for good on the next drive, when Almond and Nelson connected on a 29-yard touchdown. Arkansas State added a a safety following a bad snal on a punt attempt, but Almond found Nelson for a six-yard touchdown, with 8:22 remaining, to make the final margin of victory. Almond finished with 253 passing yards, completing 17-of-32 passes for 253 yards and two touchdowns. Scoring Summary Final Arkansas State Southern Miss nd USM McCaleb 31 field goal, 9:20 ASU Neihouse 45 field goal, 6:37 USM Mason 5 run, McCaleb kick, 2:05 ASU - Noce 4 run, Neihouse kick 3rd USM - Hull 1 run, McCaleb kick, 11:44 ASU Burton 2 pass from Noce, Neihouse kick, 8:51 USM Nelson 29 pass from Almond, McCaleb kick, 6:08 ASU Team Safety, 2:22 4th USM - Nelson 6 pass from Almond, McCaleb kick, 8:22 USM ASU First Downs Offensive Plays Rushing Att.-Yds Passes Att./Comp./Int. 32/17/0 19/10/1 Passing Yards Total Offense Return Yards Punts-Avg. 3/38.3 6/31.2 Third-Down Conversions 7/14 4/13 Time of Possession 34:24 25:36 Rushing USM: Hull ; Mason 6-34; Almond 3-11; Thomas 1-9; Weakley 1-3; Team 2-minus 26 ASU: Noce 17-55; Bracey 14-40; Warren 7-20; Jones 2-4 Passing USM: Almond ASU: Noce Receiving USM: Nelson 6-121; Perine 3-60; Carter 2-26; Barnes 2-23; Causey 2-12; Williams 2-11 ASU: Vincent 3-53; Burton 2-8; Dejohnette 1-49; Jones 1-43; Smith 1-43; Bracey 1-20; Hampton, Ed 1-minus 3 Tackles (U-A-TT) USM: T. Coley ; Abanikanda 6-1-7; Sumrall ASU: Anderson 9-0-9; Johnson GMAC Bowl Southern Miss 28, Ohio 7 Southern Miss scored three second-quarter touchdowns to defeat Mid-American Conference foe Ohio, 28-7, in the Eighth Annual GMAC Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. After a scoreless opening quarter, true freshman Tory Harrison got the Golden Eagles on the scoreboard with a 43-yard rushing touchdown with 8:33 left in the period. It was the longest rushing touchdown of the year for Southern Miss as his score ended an eight-play, 90-yard drive. Fellow freshman Damion Fletcher added a two-yard run for a score with 3:03 remaining before halftime to give the Golden Eagles an insurmountable advantage. Fletcher, the game s most valuable player, finished the contest with 58 yards on 20 carries to go along with three receptions for 28 yards. Then it was the defense s turn to get in the on the scoring barrage right before the half. The game s defensive most valuable player, James Denley, picked off a Brad Bower pass and returned it 18 yards for a score to complete the Golden Eagles second-quarter scoring with 1:13 to play. The 21 points tied a season-high for a quarter with which they did two other times during the year. It also marked the seventh non-offensive touchdown for Southern Miss during the campaign the most in a season in the Jeff Bower era. The offense then put the game out of reach to start the third quarter as the Golden Eagles took the opening kickoff and put together a drive that spanned 80 yards and 17 plays. More importantly, the drive consumed 9:55 of the game 181 southernmiss.com

184 Bowl History clock. Fletcher then ended the drive with a nine-yard scoring run for his second score of the game. Junior quarterback Jeremy Young helped keep the drive alive with a 17-yard pass to Anthony Perine on a 3rd-and-10. Young ended the game as the offensive most valuable player, as he finished the day with 160 yards passing on 14-of-22 attempts and an interception. Scoring Summary Final Ohio Southern Miss nd USM Harrison 43 run (McCaleb kick), 8:33 USM Fletcher 2 run (McCaleb kick), 3:03 USM Denley 18 interception return (McCaleb kick), 1:13 3rd USM Fletcher 9 run (McCaleb kick), 5:05 4th OU Christy 13 pass from Everson (Lasher kick), 9:34 OU USM First Downs Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Plays Total Offense Return yards Punts-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Third-Down Conversions 3 of 15 7 of 14 Possession Time 24:55 35:05 Rushing OU: McRae 10-37; Bower 3-9; Owens 2-7; Mayle 1-4; Garrett 1-3; Norwood 1-3; Everson 4-(-16). USM: Harrison 9-68, 1 TD; Fletcher 20-58, 2 TD; Weakley 2-11; Chanove 4-(-5); Young 4-(-8). Passing OU: Everson , 175 yards, 1 TD; Bower 3-1-1, 2 yards. USM: Young , 160 yards. Receiving OU: Mayle 4-56; Norwood 3-36; Christy 2-43, 1 TD; Nwokocha 2-28; Price 2-6; Garrett 1-6; Owens 1-2. USM: Barnes 4-59; Perine 3-37; Fletcher 3-28; Weakley 2-19; Gray 1-13; Johnson 1-4. Tackles OU: Russ 5-4-9, 1 TFL; Graham 4-2-6, 1.5 TFL; Muncy 2-4-6, 2 TFL; Hodge 3-2-5, 1 TFL; Wright 2-24, 1.5 TFL, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 1 Sack. USM: McRath , 3 TFL; Denley 3-1-4, 1 INT, 1 PBU; Richmond 3-1-4, 1 INT, 1 PBU; Abanikanda 3-1-4; Hendrix 3-1-4, 2 PBU Papajohns.com Bowl Cincinnati 31, Southern Miss 21 Ben Mauk completed 30-of-52 passes for 334 yards and four scores as 20th-ranked Cincinnati collected a victory over Southern Miss in the 2nd annual Papajohns.com Bowl at Legion Field in Birmingham. DeAngelo Smith led an opportunistic Bearcats defense, intercepting Southern Miss quarterback Jeremy Young three times. Dominick Goodman hauled in seven passes - including two touchdowns - for 95 yards and Connor Barwin and Antwuan Giddens also finished with seven receptions each. Mauk was intercepted three times, but also rushed for 41 yards. Young was 18-for-32 for 122 yards passing with a pair of touchdowns in addition to the three picks. The senior also rushed for 55 yards and a score in his final collegiate outing. Damion Fletcher carried 29 times for 155 yards, but the Golden Eagles were unable to generate any offense on their final two scoring opportunities and had a two-game win streak snapped in their last game under longtime head coach Jeff Bower. Down following a pair of Cincinnati scores late in the third quarter, Southern Miss didn t go away, driving 76 yards to pull back within 10 points. Young hit Chris Johnson over the middle for a five-yard TD to complete the drive with 9:37 remaining. The Eagles then attempted an onside kick, and momentarily appeared to have recovered, but Barwin emerged with the ball, positioning the Bearcats in USM territory. The Southern Miss defense held, but on the following series Fletcher was stopped short of converting a 4th-and-1 from the 14, seemingly killing the team s comeback chances. Mauk threw an interception in the end zone, giving the Eagles one final opportunity, but on 4th-and-22 from the 32, Young was intercepted by Smith for the third time on the day, stifling the final threat. Scoring Summary Final Southern Miss Cincinnati st USM Nelson 10 pass from Young (Estes kick), 5:23 2nd UC Goodman 14 pass from Mauk (Rogers kick), 6:12 UC Goodman 5 pass from Mauk (Rogers kick), 0:24 3rd UC - Jackson 39 pass from Mauk (Rogers kick), 13:17 USM - Young 1 run (Estes kick), 6:48 UC - Giddens 10 pass from Mauk (Rogers kick), 4:08 UC - Rogers 22 field goal, 0:05 4th USM - Johnson 5 pass from Young (Estes kick), 9:37 USM UC First Downs Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Plays Total Offense Return yards Punts-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Third-Down Conversions 6 of 17 6 of 14 Possession Time 33:36 26:24 Rushing USM: Fletcher ; Young 17-55, 1 TD; Harrison 2-7; Barefoot 1-0. UC: Mauk 12-41; Moore 4-18; Ramsey 6-0; Glatthaar 1-7; Benton 1-0; Team 2-(-4). Passing USM: Young , 122 yards, 2 TDs UC: Mauk , 334 yards, 4 TDs. Receiving USM: Fletcher 7-50; Nelson 3-18, 1 TD; Magee 2-15; Johnson 2-13, 1 TD; Morgan 2-8; Harrison 1-18; Baptiste 1-0. UC: Goodman 7-95, 2 TDs; Barwin 7-86; Southern Miss Football

185 Bowl History Giddens 7-64,1 TD; Jackson 3-46, 1 TD; Howard 2-24; Barnett 2-17; Moore 1-3; Benton 1-(-1). Tackles USM: Henderson 8-0-8, 1 Sack, 2 TFL; McRath 6-2-8, 2 TFL; Sumrall 7-0-7, 1 INT, 1 PBU. UC: Bryd 8-1-9, 2 Sacks, 3 TFL Nakamura 7-2-9, 1 TFL; Williams New Orleans Bowl Southern Miss 30, Troy 27 (OT) NEW ORLEANS - Michael McGee blocked Sam Glusman s 28-yard overtime field goal attempt, giving Southern Miss a come-from-behind victory. Britt Barefoot managed to push a 39-yard attempt off the left upright and through for a three-point USM lead in the opening of overtime. On Troy s ensuing drive, Glusman lined up at the left hashmark for a 28-yard attempt, but his try was smothered at the line by McGee. Austin Davis threw for 276 yards and two touchdowns on 20-of-34 passes for USM, who ended the season by winning their final five games. Gerald Baptiste and Johnathan Massey posted TD receptions and Damion Fletcher gained 78 yards on 14 carries with a TD for Southern Miss, which dealt with the loss of wideout DeAndre Brown with a serious leg injury in the first quarter. Behind deficit with 9 1/2 minutes left, the Eagle defense stopped Troy on a 4th-and-1 from their 39, and five plays later Davis found Massey wide open for a 35-yard touchdown and with the extra point were within three. The Trojans went three-and-out on the next drive, and Fletcher s 22-yard dash helped set up Barefoot s 46-yard attempt with 2:50 to play. The Trojans took an early advantage less than a minute into the contest, as Jorrick Calvin picked up a Davis fumble and rolled 17 yards into the end zone. Davis then took to the air to tie the game on the next series, finding Baptiste for a 64-yard pass only 48 seconds later. Scoring Summary OT Final Southern Miss Troy st TU - Calvin 17 fumble recovery (Glusman kick), 14;10 USM - Baptiste 64 pass from Davis (Barefoot kick), 13:22 TU - Burton 4 pass from Brown (Glusman kick), 2:58 2nd USM - Fletcher 8 run (Barefoot kick), 14:25 TU - Glusman 20 yd field goal, 3:03 USM - Barefoot 38 yd field goal, 0:00 3rd TU - Glusman 34 yd field goal, 4:34 TU - Jernigan 6 run (Glusman kick), 2:01 4th USM - Massey 35 pass from Davis (Barefoot kick), 7:20 USM - Barefoot 46 yd field goal, 2:50 OT USM - Barefoot 39 yd field goal USM Troy First Downs Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Plays Total Offense Return yards Punts-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Third-Down Conversions 6 of of 18 Possession Time 29:35 30:25 Rushing USM: Fletcher 14-78, 1 TD; Davis 18-37; Harrison Troy: Harris 19-52; Moreland 4-28; Jernigan 6-22, 1 TD; Burton 1-(-2); Brown 5-(-27).. Passing USM: Davis , 1 TD. Troy: Brown , 1 TD; Jernigan Receiving USM: Baptiste 5-88, 1 TD; Morris 4-61; Parham 3-26; Fletcher 3-23; Nelson 2-16; Massey 1-35, 1 TD; Spight 1-18; Brown 1-9. Troy: Jernigan 9-65; Tate 3-47; Burton 3-30, 1 TD; Harris 3-20.; Williams 2-36; Silvoy 1-16; Turner 1-13; Davis1-10; Marcum 1-8; Bray 1-7; Terry 1-3. Tackles USM: McRath ; Abanikanda ; Smith Troy: Lee ; Calvin 7-1-8; Martin NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Dwight Dasher ran for 201 yards and two touchdowns and threw two scoring passes to lead Middle Tennessee to a victory. Dasher completed 15 of 25 for 162 yards and ran 26 times. Damion Fletcher ran for 78 yards for the Golden Eagles and became the ninth player in major college football to reach 1,000 in all four seasons. He did it despite a hamstring injury that caused him to sit out one game this season. Martevious Young completed 18 of 34 for 271 yards and three touchdowns for USM. Southern Miss started strong, scoring on their first possession as Tory Harrison rushed for a 2-yard touchdown. On their second possession the Golden Eagles stretched their lead to 14-0 on a 24-yard reception by DeAndre Brown. The Blue Raiders pulled even in the second quarter on an 11-yard reception by Garrett Anders, and--after Alex Suber intercepted Young on the Southern Miss 12--a 9-yard TD catch by Shane Blissard. Southern Miss held a edge at halftime thanks to Danny Hrapmann s 20-yard field goal as time expired. Dasher opened the third quarter with a 35-yard touchdown run. When Dasher left briefly with an ankle injury, Brent Burnette capped 76-yard scoring drive with a 23-yard TD pass to Chris McClover. Hrapmann hit a 38-yard field goal to cut the Blue Raiders lead to at the end of three quarters. Southern Miss had a chance to tie it early in the fourth, making it on Brown s 7-yard TD reception, but the 2-point conversion failed. Benjamin Cunningham and Dasher ran for touchdowns to make it for Middle Tennessee. Scoring Summary Final Southern Miss Middle Tennessee st 2009 New Orleans Bowl Middle Tennessee 42, Southern Miss 32 USM - Harrison 2 run (rush failed),10:42 USM - Brown 24 pass from Young (Brown pass from Young), 6: southernmiss.com

186 Bowl History 2nd MT - Andrews 11 pass from Dasher (Gendreau kick), 13:25 MT - Blissard 9 pass from Dasher (Gendreau kick), 4:41 USM - Hrapmann 20 field goal, 0:00 3rd MT - Dasher 35 run (Gendreau kick), 10:12 USM - Hrapmann 38 field goal, 7:36 MT - McClover23 pass from Burnette (Gendreau kick), 0:00 4th USM - Brown 7 pass from Young (pass failed), 6:52 MT - Cunningham 2 run (Gendreau kick), 3:14 MT - Dasher 1 run (Gendreau kick), 1:13 USM - Parham 33 pass from Young (pass failed), 0:27 USM MT First Downs Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Plays Total Offense Return yards Punts-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Third-Down Conversions 10 of 18 9 of 15 Possession Time 31:41 28:19 Rushing USM: Fletcher 17-78; Young 9-24; Harrison 10-21; Lampley MT: Dasher , 2 TD; Kyles 12-35; Cunningham 5-11, 1 TD; Team 1-(-4). Passing USM: Young , 271 yards, 2 TDs MT: Dasher , 162 yards, 2 TDs; Burnette , 1 TD. Receiving USM: Baptiste 4-117; Brown 4-65, 2 TD; Fletcher 4-(-2); Parham 3-62, 1 TD; Banks 2-13; Lampley MT: McClover 4-55, 1 TD; Andrews 4-51, 1 TD; Blissard 3-10, 1 TD; Gee 2-45; McDonald 2-15; Caldwell 1-22; Honeycutt Tackles USM: Williams 6-3-9, 1 Sack, 2 TFL; Smith 6-1-7; Thornton 5-2-7, 1 FF, 1 TFL; Law 5-2-7, 1 TFL MT: Robinson 6-3-9; Brown 5-3-8; Kellem 3-4-7, 1 TFL; Carmichael 3-4-7, 1 INT St. Petersburg Bowl Louisville 31, Southern Miss 28 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Justin Burke threw for a pair touchdowns and Jeremy Wright scored on a 95-yard kickoff return to help Louisville beat former Conference USA rival Southern Mississippi in the Beef O Brady s St. Petersburg Bowl. Burke tossed scoring passes of 11 yards to Cameron Graham and 10 yards to Josh Chichester while the Cardinals (7-6) erased a 14-point first-half deficit, then produced a goahead field goal in the fourth quarter. Austin Davis threw 205 yards and two touchdowns to become Southern Mississippi s career TD pass leader, moving ahead of Brett Favre and Lee Roberts in the Golden Eagles record book with 53 in three seasons. The Southern Miss quarterback also scored on a 17-yard reception from receiver Quentin Pierce. Wright s long kickoff return made it 28-all early in the fourth quarter. Chris Philpott s 36-yard field goal gave the Cardinals their first lead with 6:30 remaining. Davis completed 19 of 32 passes, including TD throws of 32 yards to Pierce and 8 yards to Zeke Walters for the Golden Eagles (8-5). Scoring Summary Final Southern Miss Louisville st USM - Pierce 28 pass from Davis (Hrapmann kick), 12:06 USM - D.Johnson 62 run (Hrapmann kick), 10:12 2nd LOU - Graham 11 pass from Burke (Philpott kick), 11:21 USM - Davis 17 pass from Pierce (Hrapmann kick), 9:15 LOU - Chicester 10 pass from Burke (Philpott kick), 4:24 LOU - Powell 6 run (Philpott kick), 1:18 4th USM - Walters 8 pass from Davis (Hrapmann kick), 14:55 LOU - Wright 95 kickoff return (Philpott kick), 14:40 LOU - Philpott 36 field goal, 6:30 USM LOU First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 28:48 31:12 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 16 7 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Rushing USM - D. Johnson , 1 TD; Hardy 12-48; Lampley 3-35; Davis LOU - Powell 18-75, 1 TD; Wright 5-31, Burke Passing USM - Davis yards, 2 TDs; Boehme yards; Pierce yards, 1 TD. LOU - Burke yards, 2 TDs. Receiving USM - Bolden 5-55; Pierce 4-54, 1 TD; Brown 4-41; Morris 4-21; Hardy 1-19; Davis 1-17, 1 TD; Sullivan 1-11; Walters 1-8, 1 TD. LOU - Beaumont 7-57; Graham 3-31, 1 TD; Chichester 3-27, 1 TD; Bellamy 2-29; Smith 2-16; Powell 2-10; Donnell 1-8. Tackles USM - Williams ; Collins 4-1-5; Henderson LOU - Heath ; Holton 7-2-9; Smith Southern Miss Football

187 Bowl History 2011 Hawai i Bowl Southern Miss 24, Nevada 17 HONOLULU (AP) - Austin Davis threw two touchdowns, including a 4-yarder late in the game, and No. 22 Southern Miss earned a school-record 12th victory by holding off Nevada in the Sheraton Hawai i Bowl. On the winning drive, Davis was 3-of-4 for 66 yards, including a 43-yard completion to Dominique Sullivan down the right sideline and a 19-yarder to a crossing William Spight. Sullivan had five catches for 75 yards. With Davis held in check, the Golden Eagles relied on their defense, stopping Lampford Mark on fourth-and-1 at midfield with 3:56 left. Mark had 183 yards rushing for the Wolf Pack but was held to just 21 yards in the second half after scoring twice in the second quarter. Nevada tied the game late in the third quarter on a 37-yard field goal by Allen Hardison, taking advantage of a miscue by Southern Miss. Lampley waved for a fair catch on a punt and was run into by teammate Alex Smith. The ball bounced off Lampley s left leg and Nevada s Brandon Marshall recovered on the Southern Miss 14, leading to the field goal. Just as Nevada seemed to take control of the game, Southern Miss scored 10 points in the final 1 1/2 minutes of the first half to take a lead into the break. Danny Hrapmann kicked a 48-yard field goal by Hrapmann with 1:21 left in the half. to cut the gap to On the ensuing kickoff, Wooten fumbled and Southern Miss s Emmanuel Johnson recovered at the Nevada 24. Seven plays later, Davis threw a 2-yard pass to Lampley in the back of the end zone for the go-ahead score. With both teams struggling to get going, special teams got the Golden Eagles on the scoreboard from a blocked punt by Tim Green early in the second quarter. Green burst through the middle and leaped in the air, getting his hand on the ball as he flipped over a blocker. Tray Becton-Martin then dropped on the ball in the end zone, giving the Golden Eagles a 7-0 lead. Tray Becton-Martin was the 25th different player to score for the Golden Eagles this year, which led the nation. Cordarro Law was named the USM Most Valuable Player by registering seven tackles, including a pair of sacks for 12 yards and 4.5 tackles for loss for 15. UNR USM First Downs Rushing Att.-Yds Passing Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Offensive Plays Total Offense Return yards Punts-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Third-Down Conversions 2 of 17 5 of 20 Possession Time 31:50 28:10 Rushing UNR: Mark , 2 TD; Fajardo 9-14; Jefferson; 1-6; Lantrip 4-(-1); Team 1-(-2); Session 1-(-4). USM: D. Johnson 16-77; Woodyard 3-49; Hrapmann 1-29; Davis 9-20; Lampley 7-13; Team 3-(-6); Bolden 1-(-11). Passing UNR: Fajardo , 60 yards; Lantrip 9-5-0, 57 yards. USM: Davis , 165 yards, 2 TDs; Pierce 1-0-0, 0 yards Receiving UNR: Bradley 7-64; Session 2-39; Hale 2-16; Jefferson 1-0; Mark 1-(-2). USM: Sullivan 5-75; Lampley 4-25, 1 TD; Bolden 3-24, 1 TD; D. Johnson 2-5; Spight 1-19; Triplett 1-11; Briggs 1-5; Llanos 1-1. Tackles UNR: J.M. Johnson , 1 Sack, 2.0 TFL; Wooten 8-0-8, FF; Frey USM: Law 6-1-7, 2 Sacks, 4.5 TFL; Cotton 5-2-7, INT; R. Thornton Scoring Summary Final Nevada Southern Miss nd USM - Becton-Martin 0 blocked punt return (Hrapmann kick), 14:06 UNR - Mark 5 run (Hardison kick), 7:45 UNR - Mark 45 run (Hardison kick), 4:54 USM - Hrapmann 48 field goal, 1:21 USM - Lampley 2 pass from Davis (Hrapmann kick), 0:12 3rd UNR - Hardison 37 field goal, 2:44 4th USM - Bolden 4 pass from Davis (Hrapmann kick), 5: southernmiss.com

188 Bowl Records Total Offense Most Plays: 59, Lee Roberts vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Yards: 322, Lee Roberts vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl TDs Responsible For: 3, five players, most recently by Martevious Young vs. Middle Tennessee, 2009 New Orleans Bowl Rushing Most Attempts: 37, Cody Hull vs. Arkansas State, 2005 New Orleans Bowl Most Yards: 161, Cody Hull vs. Arkansas State, 2005 New Orleans Bowl Most TDs: 3, Derrick Nix vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Longest Rush: 62 yards, Desmond Johnson vs. Louisville, 2010 St. Petersburg Bowl Highest Average (Min. 10 carries): 10.2, Desmond Johnson vs. Louisville, 2010 St. Petersburg Bowl Passing Most Attempts: 51, Lee Roberts vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Completed: 30, Lee Roberts vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Yards: 342, Lee Roberts vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most TDs: 3, Martevious Young vs. Middle Tennessee, 2009 New Orleans Bowl; Lee Roberts vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl; Jeff Kelly vs. TCU, 2000 GMAC Bowl Cordarro Law Individual Receiving Most Catches: 12, Sherrod Gideon vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Yards: 121, Shawn Nelson vs. Arkansas State, 2005 New Orleans Bowl Most TDs: 3, Sherrod Gideon vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Punting Most Punts: 8, Peter Boehme vs. Nevada, 2011 Hawai i Bowl; Luke Johnson vs. Utah, 2003 Liberty Bowl; Jamie Purser vs. Colorado State, 1999 Liberty Bowl; Bruce Thompson vs. McNeese State, 1980 Independence Bowl Highest Average: 48.0, Britt Barefoot vs. Ohio, 2007 GMAC Bowl Most Yards: 366, Luke Johnson vs. Utah, 2003 Liberty Bowl Punt Returns Most Returns: 3, by six players; most recently by Tracy Lampley vs. Middle Tennessee, 2009 New Orleans Bowl Most Yards: 108, James Henry vs. UTEP, 1988 Independence Bowl Kickoff Returns Most: 5, by John Eubanks vs. Oklahoma State, 2002 Houston Bowl Most Yards: 126, by John Eubanks vs. Oklahoma State, 2002 Houston Bowl Longest: 61, by Jeremy Hester vs. Nevada, 2011 Hawai i Bowl Interceptions Most: 1, 18 times, most recently by Jacroius Cotton vs. Nevada, 2011 Hawai i Bowl Most Yards: 63, Terrance Parrish vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Scoring Most Points: 18, Derrick Nix vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl; Sherrod Gideon vs Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Most TDs: 3, Derrick Nix vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl; Sherrod Gideon vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Most PAT s Attempted: 6, Tim Hardaway vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Most Points Kicking: 12, Britt Barefoot vs. Troy, 2008 New Orleans Bowl Field Goals Most Attempted: 4, Darren McCaleb vs. North Texas, 2004 New Orleans Bowl; Brant Hanna vs. TCU, 2000 GMAC Bowl Southern Miss Football

189 Bowl Records Most Made: 3, twice last by Britt Barefoot vs. Troy, 2008 New Orleans Bowl Longest: 48, Danny Hrapmann vs. Nevada, 2011 Hawai i Bowl Team Total Offense Most Yards: 479 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Yards, Both Teams: 900 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Rushing Most Yards: 217 vs. Cincinnati, 2007 Papajohns.com Bowl Most Yards, Both Teams: 443 vs. McNeese State, 1980 Independence Bowl Passing Most Attempted: 51 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Completions: 30 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Had Intercepted: 3 vs. Cincinnati, 2007 Papjohns.com Bowl Most Yards: 342 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Yards, Both Teams: 653 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl TDs: 3 vs. Louisville, 2010 St. Petersburg Bowl; Middle Tennessee, 2009 New Orleans Bowl; 3 vs. TCU, 2000 GMAC Bowl; 3 vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Punting Most: 9 vs. Colorado State, 1999 Liberty Bowl Most, Both Teams: 17 vs. Nevada, 2011 Hawai i Bowl Highest Average: 46.0, vs. North Texas, 2004 New Orleans Bowl Punt Returns Most: 5, vs. North Texas, 2004 New Orleans Bowl Most Yards: 108 vs. UTEP, 1988 Independence Bowl Kickoff Returns Most: 7, vs. Middle Tennessee, 2009 New Orleans Bowl Most Yards: 126 vs. Oklahoma State, 2002 Houston Bowl Scoring Most Points: 41 vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Most TDs: 6 vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl Most PATs: 5 vs. Pittsburgh, 1997 Liberty Bowl; vs. UTEP, 1988 Independence Bowl Most Field Goals: 3 twice, most recently vs. Troy, 2008 New Orleans Bowl First Downs Most: 25 vs. Arkansas State, 2005 New Orleans Bowl; vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most, Both teams: 51 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Rushing: 12, twice, last time vs. Cincinnati, 2007 Papajohns.com Bowl Most Passing: 15 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl; vs. North Carolina State, 1990 All-American Bowl Fumbles Most Lost: 5 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Most Lost, Both Teams: 8 vs. Idaho, 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Defense First Downs Fewest Allowed: 11 by Texas A&M-Commerce, 1958 Tangerine Bowl Total Defense Fewest Yards: 114 by Texas A&M-Commerce, 1958 Tangerine Bowl Most Yards: 450 by Middle Tennessee, 2009 New Orleans Bowl Rushing Defense Fewest Yards: 40 by Colorado State, 1999 Liberty Bowl Most Yards: 262 by McNeese State, 1988 Independence Bowl Pass Defense Fewest Passes Attempted: 8 by West Texas A&M, 1957 Tangerine Bowl Fewest Passes Completed: 4 by Texas A&M - Commerce, 1958 Tangerine Bowl; by West Texas A&M, 1957 Tangerine Bowl Fewest Yards: 42 by West Texas A&M, 1957 Tangerine Bowl Most Yards: 334 by Cincinnati, 2007 Papajohns.com Bowl Most Intercepted: 3 vs. Cincinnati, 2007 Papajohns.com Bowl Penalties Most: 12 by Utah, 2003 Liberty Bowl Most, Both Teams: 24 vs. Utah, 2003 Liberty Bowl Most Yards: 97 by Oklahoma State, 2002 Houston Bowl Most Yards, Both Teams: 177 vs. Utah, 2003 Liberty Bowl 187 southernmiss.com

190 Players in the Draft 2014 Khyri Thornton...3rd... Green Bay Packers (NFL) 2013 Jamie Collins... 2nd...New England Patriots (NFL) 2012 Lamar Holmes...3rd... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 2009 Shawn Nelson...4th... Buffalo Bills (NFL) Gerald McRath...4th...Tennessee Titans (NFL) 2008 Robert Henderson...6th... New York Giants (NFL) 2005 Michael Boley...5th... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Jeremy Parquet...7th... Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 2004 Rod Davis...5th...Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Greg Brooks...6th...Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) Etric Pruitt...6th... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) 2003 Jeremy Bridges...6th...Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 2002 Chad Williams...6th... Baltimore Ravens (NFL) Jeff Kelly...7th...Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 2001 Cedric Scott...4th... New York Giants (NFL) Raymond Walls...5th... Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Daleroy Stewart...6th...Dallas Cowboys (NFL) John Nix...7th...Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 2000 Todd Pinkston... 2nd...Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) T.J. Slaughter...3rd...Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) Sherrod Gideon...6th... New Orleans Saints (NFL) Adalius Thomas...6th... Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 1998 Patrick Surtain... 2nd...Miami Dolphins (NFL) Terry Hardy...5th... Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Jamaal Alexander...6th...Detroit Lions (NFL) Harold Shaw...6th...New England Patriots (NFL) 1994 Perry Carter...4th... Arizona Cardinals (NFL) 1992 Tony Smith...1st... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Derrick Hoskins...5th... Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) Tim Roberts...5th... Houston Oilers (NFL) 1991 Brett Favre... 2nd... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Michael Jackson...6th...Cleveland Browns (NFL) Simmie Carter...7th... New York Giants (NFL) 1990 Eugene Rowell...9th...Cleveland Browns (NFL) Reginald Warnsley...11th...Detroit Lions (NFL) 1989 James Henry...4th...Seattle Seahawks (NFL) 1988 John Baylor...5th... Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 1986 Robert Ducksworth...8th...New York Jets (NFL) 1985 Richard Byrd... 2nd... Houston Oilers (NFL) 1984 Louis Lipps...1st...Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Clemon Terrell...8th... New Orleans Saints (NFL) Glen Howe...9th... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Bud Brown...11th...Miami Dolphins (NFL) 1983 Reggie Collier...6th...Dallas Cowboys (NFL) 1982 Sammy Winder...5th... Denver Broncos (NFL) Ricky Floyd...10th...Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1981 Hanford Dixon...1st...Cleveland Browns (NFL) Marvin Harvey...3rd... Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Cliff Lewis...12th... Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1978 Amos Fowler...5th...Detroit Lions (NFL) Eric Smith...6th... Buffalo Bills (NFL) Ben Garry...6th... Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1977 Carl Allen...11th...Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) Barry Caudill...12th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1976 Norris Thomas...9th...Miami Dolphins (NFL) Brad Bowman...13th... Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1975 John Sawyer...11th... Houston Oilers (NFL) 1974 Fred Cook... 2nd... Baltimore Colts (NFL) Doyle Orange...6th... Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Eugene Bird...11th...New York Jets (NFL) Harvey McGee...11th...Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Mike Dennery...13th... Oakland Raiders (NFL) 1973 Ray Guy...1st... Oakland Raiders (NFL) 1969 Tommy Boutwell...13th...Cleveland Browns (NFL) Hank Autry...17th... Houston Oilers (NFL) 1968 Tom Roussel... 2nd...Washington Redskins (NFL) Bobby Webb...6th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) Lamar Holmes Southern Miss Football

191 Players in the Draft Michael Boley 1967 Billy Devrow...8th...Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1966 Ken Avery... 2nd...Boston Patriots (AFL) John Magnum...5th...Boston Patriots (AFL) Doug Satcher...9th...Boston Patriots (AFL) Ken Avery...12th... New York Giants (NFL) 1964 Charlie Parker...13th... Denver Broncos (AFL) Charlie Parker...13th... Baltimore Colts (NFL) Tommy Walters...16th...Washington Redskins (NFL) 1963 John Sklopan...8th...Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) Jerrel Wilson...11th...Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) John Sklopan...12th...Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Jerrel Wilson...17th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) Bill Freemen...18th... Dallas Texas (AFL) 1962 Harold Hays...14th...Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Harold Hays...26th...Houston Oilers (AFL) 1961 George Hultz...7th... St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Val Keckin...11th... Green Bay Packers (NFL) Don Fuell...26th...Houston Oilers (AFL) George Hultz...30th...Boston Patriots (AFL) 1960 Charles Ellzey...3rd...Chicago Cardinals (NFL) Hugh McInnis...3rd...Chicago Cardinals (NFL) Byron Bradfute... Los Angeles Chargers (AFL) Hugh McInnis...Houston Oilers (AFL) 1959 Sam Tuccio...10th... Green Bay Packers (NFL) Rene Lorio...26th... Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1958 Richard Johnston...15th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) John Perkins...16th...Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1957 Don Owens...3rd...Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Bo Dickinson...6th...Chicago Bears (NFL) Curry Juneau...21st...Cleveland Browns (NFL) 1956 George Herring...16th... San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Pat Del Vicario... 22nd... Baltimore Colts (NFL) Bob Hughes...29th...Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) 1955 Wes Clark...17th... Baltimore Colts (NFL) Carl Bolt...20th... Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1954 Hugh Laurin Pepper...6th...Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) P.W. Underwood...28th...Chicago Bears (NFL) 1953 Bucky McElroy...7th...Chicago Bears (NFL) Howard Lehman...19th... New York Giants (NFL) Hugh Laurin Pepper...28th...Detroit Lions (NFL) 1952 Bucky McElroy...26th...Chicago Bears (NFL) Scrappy Hart...28th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) Jack Fulkerson...30th... Green Bay Packers (NFL) 1951 Bubba Phillips...19th... San Francisco 49ers (NFL) 1950 Cliff Coggin...7th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1949 Al Sanders...11th...Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Joe Morgan...16th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) Al Sanders...18th...Baltimore Colts (AFC) Bubba Phillips...18th... Chicago Hornets (AAFC) 1948 Jay Smith...3rd...Chicago Cardinals (NFL) Jay Smith...6th... Brooklyn (AAFC) Mike Katrishen...8th...Washington (NFL) Bob Dement...13th... Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1947 Dick Thomas...23rd... New York Giants (NFL) 1942 Joe Stringfellow...12th...Detroit Lions (NFL) Brett Favre 189 southernmiss.com

192 Players in the Pros Allen, Carl ( ) St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Chicago Blitz (USFL) Arizona Wranglers (USFL) Arizona Outlaws (USFL) Allen, Moochie ( ) Birmingham Stallions (USFL) Alexander, Jamaal ( ) St. Louis Rams (NFL) Alexander, Vincent ( ) New Orleans Saints (NFL) Alston, Lyneal ( ) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Autry, Hank ( ) Houston Oilers (NFL) Avery, Ken ( ) New York Giants (NFL) Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Bailey, C.J. ( ) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Barnes, Leo ( ) Frankfurt Galaxy (NFL-EUROPE) Baylis, Jerald ( ) New Orleans Breakers (USFL) Portland Breakers (USFL) Toronto Argonauts (CFL) British Columbia Lions (CFL) Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Baltimore Stallions (CFL) Baylor, John ( ) Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Boley, Michael ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) New York Giants (NFL) Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) Boutwell, Tommy ( ) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Bradfute, Byron (1959) Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Bridges, Jeremy ( ) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Carolina Panthers (NFL) , 2012 Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Brock, Fred ( ) Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Brooks, Greg ( ) Cincinnati Bengals (NFL) Broussard, Steve ( ) Green Bay Packers (NFL) Brown, Bud ( ) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Brown, Jim ( ) Birmingham Stallions (USFL) Brown, Robert ( ) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) , Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Brumfield, Jackson ( ) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Bryant, Tim (1983) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Byrd, Richard ( ) Houston Oilers (NFL) Carter, Perry ( ) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Carter, Simmie ( ) Birmingham Fire (WLAF) Cash, Antoine ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Clark, Chris ( ) Denver Broncos (NFL) Coleman, Sidney ( ) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Phoenix Cardinals (NFL) Coley, Kevis ( ) Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) Houston Texans (NFL) Collier, Reggie ( ) Birmingham Stallions (USFL) Washington Federals (USFL) Orlando Renegades (USFL) Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Collins, Jamie ( ) New England Patriots (NFL) Cook, Fred ( ) Baltimore Colts (NFL) Davis, Austin ( ) St. Louis Rams (NFL) Davis, Rod ( ) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Carolina Panthers (NFL) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Dennery, Mike ( ) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Devrow, Billy ( ) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Dickinson, Bo ( ) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Denver Broncos (NFL) Houston Oilers (NFL) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Dixon, Hanford ( ) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Dotson, Demar (2008) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Duggins, Brent ( ) Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Ellzey, Charles ( ) St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Eubanks, John ( ) Washington Redskins (NFL) Calgary Stampeders (CFL) Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Favre, Brett ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Green Bay Packers (NFL) New York Jets (NFL) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Fowler, Amos ( ) Detroit Lions (NFL) Fuell, Don ( ) Toronto Argonauts (CFL) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Southern Miss Football

193 Players in the Pros Garry, Ben ( ) Baltimore Colts (NFL) Gideon, Sherrod ( ) Miami Dolphins (NFL) St. Louis Rams (NFL) Ottawa Renegades (CFL) Guy, Ray ( ) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Hamilton, Bobby ( ) Seattle Seahawks (NFL) London Monarchs (WLAF) New York Jets (NFL) , New England Patriots (NFL) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Hardy, Terry ( ) Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Harvey, Marvin ( ) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL) Hays, Harold ( ) Dallas Cowboys (NFL) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Henderson, Robert ( ) New York Giants (NFL) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Henry, James ( ) Birmingham Fire (WLAF) Herring, George ( ) Denver, Broncos (NFL) Holmes, Lamar ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Hoskins, Derrick ( ) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Howe, Glen ( ) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Hultz, Don ( ) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Hultz, George ( ) St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Jackson, Michael ( ) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Baltimore Ravens (NFL) Jimenez, Jason ( ) Green Bay Packers (NFL) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Frankfurt Galaxy (NFL EUROPE) Cologne Centurions (NFL EUROPE) British Columbia Lions (CFL) Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) Johnson, Tom ( ) Calgary Stampeders (CFL) New Orleans Saints (NFL) Jones, Ronald ( ) Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Juneau, Curry ( ) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Katrishen, Mike (1941, 46-47) Washington Redskins (NFL) Kecklin, Val (1960) San Diego Chargers (NFL) Kelly, Jeff ( ) Seattle Seahawks (NFL) King, Buddy ( ) Birmingham Fire (WLAF) Kirksey, William ( ) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) London Monarchs (WLAF) Birmingham Stallions (CFL) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Landrum, Mike ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Law, Cordarro ( ) Calgary Stampeders (CFL) Lewis, Cliff ( ) Green Bay Packers (NFL) Lipps, Louis ( ) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) New Orleans Saints (NFL) Magnum, John ( ) New England Patriots (NFL) McElroy, Bucky ( ) Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL) McGee, Howard ( ) Birmingham Barracudas (CFL) McKee, Ryan ( ) New York Jets St. Louis Rams McInnis, Hugh ( ) St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Detroit Lions (NFL) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) McRath, Gerald ( ) Tennessee Titans (NFL) Miller, Bruce ( ) New Orleans Breakers (USFL) Portland Breakers (USFL) Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Mills, Shawn ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Morgan, Joe (1948) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Morrow, Tommy ( ) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Nix, John ( ) Dallas Cowboys (NFL) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Amsterdam Admirals (NFL EUROPE) Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Oliver, Maurice ( ) Birmingham Fire (WLAF) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Orange, Doyle ( ) Toronto Argonauts (CFL) Owens, Don ( ) Washington Redskins (NFL) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Parker, Charlie ( ) Denver Broncos (NFL) Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Parker, Stoney ( ) Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Parrish, Terrance ( ) Ottawa Renegades (CFL) southernmiss.com

194 Players in the Pros Parquet, Jeremy ( ) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) St. Louis Rams (NFL) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Phenix, Perry ( ) Tennessee Titans (NFL) Carolina Panthers (NFL) Pinkston, Todd ( ) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Pope, O Lester ( ) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Barcelona Dragons (NFL EUROPE) Calgary Stampeders (CFL) British Columbia Lions (CFL) Posey, Jeff ( ) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Carolina Panthers (NFL) Houston Texans (NFL) Buffalo Bills (NFL) Washington Redskins (NFL) Pruitt, Etric ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Detroit Lions (NFL) Purvis, Vic ( ) New England Patriots (NFL) Reaves, Stephen ( ) Toronto Argonauts (CFL) Reed, Rod ( ) Las Vegas Posse (CFL) Roberts, Tim ( ) Houston Oilers (NFL) New England Patriots (NFL) Roussel, Tommy ( ) Washington Redskins (NFL) New Orleans Saints (NFL) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Rowell, Eugene ( ) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Birmingham Fire (WLAF) Satcher, Doug ( ) New England Patriots (NFL) Sawyer, John ( ) Houston Oilers (NFL) Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Washington Redskins (NFL) Denver Broncos (NFL) Scott, Cedric ( ) New York Giants (NFL) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Scottish Claymores (NFL EUROPE) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Scott, Dequincy ( ) San Diego Chargers (NFL) Tennessee Titans (NFL) Shaw, Harold ( ) New England Patriots (NFL) Sklopan, John ( ) Denver Broncos (NFL) Slaughter, T.J. ( ) Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) Green Bay Packers (NFL) Baltimore Ravens (NFL) New Orleans Saints (NFL) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Smith, Tony ( ) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Carolina Panthers (NFL) Toronto Argonauts (CFL) Stallings, Robert Ray ( ) St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Raleigh-Durham (WLAF) Stewart, Daleroy ( ) Dallas Cowboys (NFL) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Stringfellow, Joe (1941) Detroit Lions (NFL) Surtain, Patrick ( ) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Terrell, Daryl ( ) New Orleans Saints (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) Washington Redskins (NFL) Thomas, Adalius ( ) Baltimore Ravens (NFL) New England Patriots (NFL) Thomas, Norris ( ) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Tucker, Torrin ( ) Dallas Cowboys (NFL) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Ulmer, Terry (1990, 1992) Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) , 2000 Underwood, P.W. ( ) Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL) Van Tone, Art ( ) Detroit Lions (NFL) Vetrano, Joe ( ) San FrancIsco 49ers (NFL) Walker, Eddie Ray ( ) Arizona Wranglers (USFL) Sasatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Walls, Raymond ( ) Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Baltimore Ravens (NFL) Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Walters, Tommy ( ) Washington Redskins (NFL) Weaver, Jason ( ) Miami Dolphins (Nfl) Wells, Terrance ( ) Houston Oilers (NFL) Green Bay Packers (NFL) White, Chris ( ) Green Bay Packers (NFL) Houston Texans (NFL) Williams, Chad ( ) Baltimore Ravens (NFL) San Francisco 49ers (NFL) Wilson, Jerrel ( ) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) New England Patriots (NFL) Wilson, Justin ( ) Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Winder, Sammy ( ) Denver Broncos (NFL) Windsor, Chris ( ) Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Southern Miss Football

195 CONFERENCE USA

196 Conference USA Britton Banowsky Commissioner Conference USA celebrates its 20th anniversary in , welcoming newcomer Western Kentucky University into the fold on July 1. The league has transformed through its two decades, but the commitment to excellence, integrity, leadership and its student athletes in athletics, academics and community is unwavering. Conference USA enjoys a far-reaching fan base with its 14 members: Charlotte, FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion, Rice, Southern Miss, UAB, UTEP, UTSA and WKU. Since beginning competition in 1995, Conference USA teams have combined for 83 bowl appearances in football, 100 NCAA Tournament appearances in basketball including three Final Fours, 60 NCAA baseball appearances including six College World Series berths, 71 NCAA soccer tournament appearances including four trips to the College Cup, and 35 individual national champions in track and field and cross country. Success is not limited to athletic achievement, however, as 186 Conference USA student-athletes have garnered Academic All-America honors, 651 have achieved academic all-district laurels and thousands of student-athletes have earned their college degrees. Conference USA sponsors competition in 19 sports nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 10 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball). The league promotes the scholar-athlete ideal, honoring outstanding achievement with numerous conference-sponsored academic awards, including the Commissioner s Honor Roll and the Commissioner s Academic Medal as well as sportspecific All-Academic teams. C-USA annually awards $4,000 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Awards, Scholar-Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Additionally, Conference USA presents a Spirit of Service Award three times each year, recognizing student-athletes who excel on the field, in the classroom and give back to the community through significant service efforts and participation. Success On The Playing Field Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. Football 83 teams have earned bowl bids Eligible for the College Football Playoff Conference USA has 10 bowl affiliations through the 2019 season, securing a minimum of five berths annually. Conference USA has primary bowl tie-ins with the Bahamas Bowl, Beef O Brady s Bowl, Boca Raton Bowl, Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Heart of Dallas Bowl, Miami Beach Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Sheraton Hawai i Bowl, along with secondary arrangements with the Duck Commander Independence Bowl and the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl. Men s Basketball 115 postseason teams (51 NCAA, 44 NIT, 11 CBI, 9 CIT) One National Championship title game appearance Three Final Four teams Seven Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams One NIT Champion and four NIT semifinalists Inaugural CBI Champion CIT Championship Women s Basketball 49 NCAA Tournament appearances 49 WNIT appearances One Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament team Three WNIT semifinalists One WBI Champion Baseball 60 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 past 13 seasons In addition to the numerous NCAA Tournament berths, C-USA has sent four men s soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, three softball teams to the Women s College World Series and three volleyball teams to the NCAA Sweet 16. The league has also had 35 national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving, and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis, and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 800 NCAA appearances Southern Miss Football

197 Conference USA Success Off The Field C-USA institutions are among the nation s best in academic performance of student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA s 5,000 studentathletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 19 years, more than 28,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA On TV C-USA enjoys significant 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, men s and women s basketball, and all other conference sports. C-USA membership include institutions within eight of the Top 40 media markets and four in the Top 25 according to Nielsen. C-USA home markets this year will include more than 13 million TV households, a 30 percent increase from two years ago. C-USA Digital Network The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of Network programming includes live streaming of non-televised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights, and conference-produced feature stories. In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and those numbers have more than doubled. Monthly and yearly subscriptions provide fans access to events offered on all of the C-USA member institution s athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming. through volunteer service with local and national organizations. Individually, student-athletes are recognized each season through the Spirit of Service award. Governance Conference USA has significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The presidents of the member institutions serve as the league s Board of Directors. A Proud History Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995, in Chicago. The league s 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 The league s headquarters were established in Chicago and, after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league s first 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 The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in USF started C-USA football in Marshall, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, UCF and UTEP became full-time Conference USA members for all sports in In 2013, charter member Charlotte returned to C-USA and was joined by new members FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion and UTSA. The membership is at 14 institutions with WKU joining the league on July 1, C-USA in the community The conference s current footprint is concentrated with 14 members in 10 states and a combined area population of nearly 30 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 195 southernmiss.com

198 Conference USA Statistics 2013 Standings East Division C-USA All Games W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp W-L Pct. H A Pts Opp Marshall East Carolina Middle Tennessee Florida Atlantic UAB FIU Southern Miss West Division C-USA All Games W-L Pct. H A Div. Pts Opp W-L Pct. H A Pts Opp x-rice North Texas UTSA Tulane Louisiana Tech Tulsa UTEP x- Conference USA Champion 2014 C-USA Composite Schedule Friday, August 29 Bowling Green at WKU UTSA at Houston Saturday, August 30 Bethune-Cookman at FIU Florida Atlantic at Nebraska Louisiana Tech at Oklahoma Marshall at Miami (Ohio) Savannah State at Middle Tennessee North Texas at Texas Hampton at Old Dominion Rice at Notre Dame Southern Miss at Mississippi State Troy at UAB UTEP at New Mexico Thursday, September 4 Arizona at UTSA Saturday, September 6 Wagner at FIU Florida Atlantic at Alabama Louisiana Tech at Louisiana-Lafayette Rhode Island at Marshall Middle Tennessee at Minnesota SMU at North Texas Old Dominion at NC State Alcorn State at Southern Miss UAB at Mississippi State Texas Tech at UTEP WKU at Illinois Thursday, September 11 Louisiana Tech at North Texas Saturday, September 13 Pittsburgh at FIU Tulsa at Florida Atlantic Ohio at Marshall WKU at Middle Tennessee Eastern Michigan at Old Dominion Rice at Texas A&M Southern Miss at Alabama Alabama A&M at UAB New Mexico State at UTEP UTSA at Oklahoma State Saturday, September 20 Louisville at FIU Florida Atlantic at Wyoming Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech Marshall at Akron Middle Tennessee at Memphis Nicholls State at North Texas Old Dominion at Rice Appalachian State at Southern Miss Friday, September 26 Middle Tennessee at Old Dominion Saturday, September 27 FIU at UAB UTSA at Florida Atlantic Louisiana Tech at Auburn Rice at Southern Miss UTEP at Kansas State WKU at Navy Thursday, Oct. 2 Florida Atlantic at FIU Saturday, Oct. 4 UTEP at Louisiana Tech Marshall at Old Dominion Hawai i at Rice Southern Miss at Middle Tennessee North Texas at Indiana UAB at WKU New Mexico at UTSA Saturday, October 11 FIU at UTSA Middle Tennessee at Marshall North Texas at UAB Old Dominion at UTEP Rice at Army Saturday, October 18 Marshall at FIU WKU at Florida Atlantic UTSA at Louisiana Tech UAB at Middle Tennessee Southern Miss at North Texas Saturday, October 25 Florida Atlantic at Marshall Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss North Texas at Rice Old Dominion at WKU UAB at Arkansas UTEP at UTSA Saturday, November 1 Rice at FIU UAB at Florida Atlantic WKU at Louisiana Tech BYU at Middle Tennessee Old Dominion at Vanderbilt Southern Miss at UTEP Saturday, November 8 FIU at Old Dominion Florida Atlantic at North Texas Louisiana Tech at UAB Marshall at Southern Miss UTSA at Rice UTEP at WKU Thursday, November 13 Southern Miss at UTSA Saturday, November 15 Middle Tennessee at FIU Rice at Marshall North Texas at UTEP Army at WKU Friday, November 21 UTEP at Rice Saturday, November 22 FIU at North Texas Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee Louisiana Tech at Old Dominion Marshall at UAB UTSA at WKU Friday, November 28 WKU at Marshall Saturday, November 29 Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic Rice at Louisiana Tech Middle Tennessee at UTEP North Texas at UTSA UAB at Southern Miss Saturday, December 6 C-USA Championship Game All games and dates subject to change Southern Miss Football

199 C-USA Bowl Partners Boca Raton Bowl Boca Raton, Florida C-USA Bowl Overview Conference USA will have 10 bowl affiliations through the 2019 season, securing a minimum of five berths annually and offering fans a number of great destinations between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. Conference USA has agreements with three new bowls: the Bahamas Bowl, Boca Raton Bowl and Miami Beach Bowl, along with a first-time agreement with the Gildan New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque. Additionally, C-USA maintains relationships with three ESPN-owned bowls: Beef `O Brady s Bowl in St. Petersburg, Fla., Heart of Dallas Bowl, and the Sheraton Hawai i Bowl in Honolulu, as well as the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Conference USA has secondary agreements with two bowls also located right within the league s footprint, giving teams the opportunities to participate in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas and the Duck Commander Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La. Conference USA has five primary agreements and one secondary agreement for the 2014 season. The Bahamas, Boca Raton, Gildan New Mexico, Heart of Dallas and Sheraton Hawai i Bowls are primary agreements. The Duck Commander Independence Bowl is a secondary agreement. Conference USA s champion will select which bowl it would like to attend and the remainder of the selections will follow after that, with no particular set order. Bahamas Bowl Nassau, Bahamas Date: December 24, 2014 Time: 12 p.m. EST Stadium: Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium (15,000) Network: ESPN Opponent: Mid-American Selection Phone: Executive Director: Lea Miller Mailing Address: 95 Horatio Street, Unit 106 New York, NY Director of Communications: Chris Pika Phone: 678/ Website: Facebook: Bahamas Bowl Date: December 23, 2014 Time: 6 p.m. EST Stadium: FAU Stadium (29,419) Network: ESPN Opponent: Mid-American Selection Phone: TBA Executive Director: Doug Mosley Mailing Address: TBA Media Relations Director: TBA Website: Facebook: TBA Previous Results First season Gildan New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque, New Mexico Date: December 20, 2014 Time: 12:20 p.m. MST Stadium: University Stadium (37,792) Network: ESPN Opponent: Mountain West Selection Phone: Executive Director: Jeff Siembieda Director of Operations: Cary Colbert Chairman of the Board: Rudy Davalos Media Relations Director: RaeAnn McKernan Mailing Address: 801 University SE Ste. 104 Albuquerque, NM Website: Facebook: NewMexicoBowl Previous Results 2013 Colorado State 48, Washington State Arizona 49, Nevada Temple 37, Wyoming BYU 52, UTEP Wyoming 35, Fresno State 28 (2OT) Previous Results First season 197 southernmiss.com

200 C-USA Bowl Partners Heart Of Dallas Bowl Dallas, Texas Date: December 26, 2014 Time: 12 p.m. CST Stadium: Cotton Bowl Network: ESPN Opponent: Big Ten Selection Phone: Executive Director: Brant Ringler Operations & Events: Scott Pomeroy Supervisor, Sales and Marketing: Bryan Delgado Assoc. Manager of Events: Monty Clegg Ticket Manager: Trisha Branch Mailing Address: 2633 McKinney Ave. # Dallas, Texas Media Operations Coordinator: Tim Simmons Phone: 303/ Website: Facebook: theheartofdallas Previous Results 2013 North Texas 36, UNLV Oklahoma State 58, Purdue Houston 30, Penn State Texas Tech 45, Northwestern 38 HAWAI I BOWL Honolulu, Hawai i Duck Commander Independence Bowl Shreveport, Louisiana Date: December, 2014 Time: TBA Stadium: Independence Stadium (48,975) Network: ESPN Opponent: ACC or SEC Selection Phone: Executive Director: Missy Setters Asst. Executive Director, Sales: Jeff Dittmer Asst. Exec. Director, Ticket & Business Operations: John Cordaro Media Relations Director: Stefan Nolet Mailing Address: 401 Market St., Suite 120 Shreveport, LA Website: Facebook: independencebowl Previous Results Involving C-USA Schools 2008 Louisiana Tech 17, Northern Illinois Louisiana Tech 34, Maryland Southern Miss 38, UTEP Southern Miss 16, McNeese State East Carolina 35, Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 24, Louisville 14 Date: December 24, 2014 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: FAX: Mailing Address: 841 Bishop Street Suite 2100 Honolulu, HI Website: Facebook: SheratonHawaiiBowl Previous Results 2013 Oregon State 38, Boise State SMU 43, Fresno State Southern Miss 24, Nevada Tulsa 62, Hawaii SMU 45, Nevada Southern Miss Football

201 2014 OPPONENTS

202 2014 Opponents Mississippi State Aug. 30 (SEC Network) Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field Starkville, Miss. General Information Location: Starkville, Miss. Founded: 1878 Enrollment: 20,365 President: Dr. Mark Keenum Athletics Director: Scott Stricklin Conference: Southeastern Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Maroon and White Stadium (Cap.): Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field (61,337) Playing Surface: Hybrid Bermuda (Certified Tifway 419) Series Record: USM leads Last Meeting: Sept. 22, 1990, L, at Starkville Head Coach Information Head Coach: Dan Mullen Record at Mississippi State/Years: (6th season) Overall Record/Years: Same The Bulldogs 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 3-5/5th (West) 2013 Postseason: W, 44-7 vs. Rice, AutoZone Liberty Bowl Final AP Rank: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 57/12 Starters Returning: 18 (8 offense, 9 defense, 1 specialists) Starters Lost: 6 (3 offense, 2 defense, 1 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Bill Martin Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5308 Mississippi State, MS Press Box Phone: Website: Alcorn State Sept. 6 Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss. General Information Location: Lorman, Miss. Founded: 1871 Enrollment: 4,000 Chancellor: Dr. Alfred Rankins, Jr. Interim Athletics Director: LlJuna Weir Conference: Southwestern Athletic Nickname: Braves Colors: Purple and Gold Stadium (Cap.): Jack Spinks Stadium (22,500) Playing Surface: Natural Bermuda Grass Series Record: USM leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Sept. 5, 2009, W, 52-0 at Hattiesburg Head Coach Information Head Coach: Jay Hopson Record at Alcorn State/Years: (3rd season) Overall Record/Years: Same The Braves 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 7-2/2nd (East) 2013 Postseason: None Final AP Rank: N/A Media Relations Football Contact: Je Kel Smith Office Phone: (601) SID Mailing Address: 1000 ASU Drive, Lorman, MS Website: Alabama Sept. 13 (ESPN2) Bryant-Denny Stadium Tuscaloosa, Ala. General Information Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. Founded: 1831 Enrollment: 34,852 President: Dr. Judy Bonner Athletics Director: Bill Battle Conference: Southeastern Nickname: Crimson Tide Colors: Crimson and White Stadium (Cap.): Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821) Playing Surface: Natural Grass Series Record: UA leads Last Meeting: Sept. 10, 2005, L, at Tuscaloosa Head Coach Information Head Coach: Nick Saban Record at Alabama/Years: (8th season) Overall Record/Years: (19th season) The Crimson Tide 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/1st-Tie (West) 2013 Postseason: L, vs. Oklahoma at Allstate Sugar Bowl Final AP Rank: No. 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 51/21 Starters Returning: 13 (7 offense, 5 defense, 1 specialists) Starters Lost: 12 (4 offense, 6 defense, 2 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Jeff Purinton Office Phone: SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box , Tuscaloosa, AL Press Box Phone: Website: RollTide.com Southern Miss Football

203 2014 Opponents Appalachian State Sept. 20 (ASN) Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss. Rice Sept. 27 (FCS) Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss. Middle Tennessee Oct. 4 (ASN) Johnny Red Floyd Stadium Murfreesboro, Tenn. General Information Location: Boone, N.C. Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 17,838 Chancellor: Dr. Sheri Noren Everts Athletics Director: Charlie Cobb Conference: Sun Belt Nickname: Mountaineers Colors: Black and Gold Stadium (Cap.): Kidd Brewer Stadium (24,050) Playing Surface: FieldTurf Series Record: First Meeting Head Coach Information Head Coach: Scott Satterfield Record at ASU/Years: 4-8 (2nd season) Overall Record/Years: Same The Mountaineers 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 4-4/T-4th (Southern) 2013 Postseason: N/A Final AP Rank: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 40/15 Starters Returning: 20 (9 offense, 7 defense, 4 specialists) Starters Lost: 7 (2 offense, 4 defense, 1 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Mike Flynn Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: Appalachian State Box 32116, Boone, NC Press Box Phone: Website: AppStateSports.com General Information Location: Houston, Texas Founded: 1912 Enrollment: 3,902 undergraduates President: David W. Leebron Athletics Director: Joe Karlgaard Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Gray Stadium (Cap.): Rice Stadium (47,000) Playing Surface: AstroTurf 3D60H Series Record: Rice leads 3-1 Last Meeting: Oct. 27, 2012, L, 44-17, at Houston Head Coach Information Head Coach: David Bailiff Record at Rice/Years: (8th Season) Overall Record/Years: (11th season) The Owls 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/1st West (C-USA Champs) 2013 Postseason: L, 44-7 vs. Miss. State AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis Final AP Rank: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 43/25 Starters Returning: 13 (6 offense, 6 defense, 1 specialists) Starters Lost: 11 (5 offense, 5 defense, 1 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Chuck Pool Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: Athletic Department/MS 548, P.O. Box 1892, Houston, TX Press Box Phone: Website: RiceOwls.com General Information Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 23,881 President: Dr. Sidney A. McPhee Athletics Director: Chris Massaro Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Blue Raiders Colors: Royal Blue and White Stadium (Cap.): Johnny Red Floyd Stadium (30,788) Playing Surface: Synthetic Turf by Sportexe Series Record: MT leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 23, 2013, L, 42-21, at Hattiesburg Head Coach Information Head Coach: Rick Stockstill Record at MT/Years: (9th season) Overall Record/Years: Same The Blue Raiders 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/T-2nd (East) 2013 Postseason: L, 24-6 vs. Navy, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Final AP Rank: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 49/20 Starters Returning: 16 (5 offense, 8 defense, 3 specialists) Starters Lost: 11 (6 offense, 3 defense, 2 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Mark Owens Office Phone: Home Phone: SID Mailing Address: MTSU Box 20, Murfreesboro, TN Press Box Phone: Website: GoBlueRaiders.com 201 southernmiss.com

204 2014 Opponents North Texas Oct. 18 (ASN) Apogee Stadium Denton, Texas Louisiana Tech Oct. 25 (ASN) Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss. UTEP Nov. 1 (FCS) Sun Bowl El Paso, Texas General Information Location: Denton, Texas Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 36,111 President: Dr. Neal Smatresk Athletics Director: Rick Villarreal Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Mean Green Colors: Green and White Stadium (Cap.): Apogee Stadium (30,850) Playing Surface: Sportexe PowerBlade HP Series Record: Series tied at 4-4 Last Meeting: Oct. 26, 2013, L, at Hattiesburg Head Coach Information Head Coach: Dan McCarney Record at UNT/Years: (4th season) Overall Record/Years: (16th season) The Mean Green 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/T-2nd (West) 2013 Postseason: W, vs. UNLV, Heart of Dallas Bowl Final AP Rank: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 37/20 Starters Returning: 12 (5 offense, 4 defense, 3 specialists) Starters Lost: 15 (6 offense, 7 defense, 2 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Eric Capper Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: 1155 Union Circle, Box , Denton, TX Press Box Phone: Website: MeanGreenSports.com General Information Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,025 President: Dr. Les Guice Athletics Director: Tommy McClelland Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and Red Stadium (Cap.): Joe Aillet Stadium (30,600) Playing Surface: FieldTurf Series Record: USM leads Last Meeting: Nov. 9, 2013, L, at Ruston Head Coach Information Head Coach: Skip Holtz Record at Louisiana Tech/Years: 4-8 (2nd season) Overall Record/Years: (15th Season) The Bulldogs 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 3-5/5th (West) 2013 Postseason: None Final AP Rank: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 36/28 Starters Returning: 15 (5 offense, 7 defense, 3 specialists) Starters Lost: 12 (6 offense, 4 defense, 2 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Patrick Walsh Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3166, Ruston, LA Press Box Phone: Website: LaTechSports.com General Information Location: El Paso, Texas Founded: 1914 Enrollment: 22,749 President: Dr. Diana Natalicio Athletics Director: Bob Stull Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Miners Colors: Dark Blue, Orange, Silver Accent Stadium (Cap.): Sun Bowl (51,500) Playing Surface: Matrix 46 Series Record: Series tied at 3-3 Last Meeting: Nov. 17, 2012, L, 34-33, at Hattiesburg Head Coach Information Head Coach: Sean Kugler Record at UTEP/Years: 2-10 (2nd season) Overall Record/Years: Same The Miners 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 1-7/7th (West) 2013 Postseason: N/A Final AP Rank: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 44/22 Starters Returning: 19 (8 offense, 7 defense, 4 specialists) Starters Lost: 8 (3 offense, 4 defense, 1 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Denise Mata Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: 500 W. University Ave., Brumbelow Building, El Paso, TX Press Box Phone: Website: UTEPAthletics.com Southern Miss Football

205 2014 Opponents Marshall Nov. 8 (ASN) Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss. UTSA Nov.13 (CBSSN) Alamodome San Antonio, Texas UAB Nov. 29 (ASN) Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss. General Information Location: Huntington, W.Va. Founded: 1837 Enrollment: 14,000 President: Dr. Stephen J. Kopp Athletics Director: Mike Hamrick Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Thundering Herd Colors: Green and White Stadium (Cap.): Joan C. Edwards Stadium (38,224) Playing Surface: FieldTurf Series Record: USM leads 5-4 Last Meeting: Nov. 2, 2013, L, 61-13, at Huntington Head Coach Information Head Coach: Doc Holliday Record at Marshall/Years: (5th season) Overall Record/Years: Same The Thundering Herd 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/1st (East) 2013 Postseason: W, vs. Maryland, Military Bowl Final AP Rank: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 59/15 Starters Returning: 18 (6 offense, 8 defense, 4 specialists) Starters Lost: 9 (5 offense, 3 defense, 1 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Jason Corriher Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1360, Huntington, WV Press Box Phone: Website: HerdZone.com General Information Location: San Antonio, Texas Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 28,234 President: Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director: Lynn Hickey Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Roadrunners Colors: Navy Blue, Orange and White Stadium (Cap.): Alamodome (65,000) Playing Surface: FieldTurf Series Record: First meeting Head Coach Information Head Coach: Larry Coker Record at UTSA/Years: (3rd season) Overall Record/Years: (9th season) The Roadrunners 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/T-2nd (West) 2013 Postseason: None Final AP Rank: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 51/8 Starters Returning: 23 (9 offense, 8 defense, 2 specialists) Starters Lost: 4 (1 offense, 3 defense, 0 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Kyle Stephens Office Phone: Home Phone: SID Mailing Address: Department of Athletics Physical Education Building One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas Press Box Phone: Website: GoUTSA.com General Information Location: Birmingham, Ala. Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 17,999 President: Dr. Ray L. Watts Athletics Director: Brian Mackin Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Blazers Colors: Forest Green and Old Gold Stadium (Cap.): Legion Field (72,000) Playing Surface: SureTurf Series Record: USM leads 10-4 Last Meeting: Nov.30, 2013, W, 62-27, at Birmingham Head Coach Information Head Coach: Bill Clark Record at UAB/Years: First Season Overall Record/Years: 11-4 (2nd Season) The Blazers 2013 Record: Conf. Record/Finish: 1-7/T-5th (East) 2013 Postseason: None Final AP Rank: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 47/20 Starters Returning: 20 (8 offense, 8 defense, 4 specialists) Starters Lost: 6 (3 offense, 3 defense, 0 specialists) Media Relations Football Contact: Norm Reilly Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Mailing Address: rd Ave. South, Bartow East, Birmingham, AL Press Box Phone: Website: UABSports.com 203 southernmiss.com

206 2014 Opponent Game-by-Game Results Mississippi State ( , includes two forfeits, ) 0-27 (HC) L Hattiesburg, Miss L Starkville, Miss L Starkville, Miss L Starkville, Miss L Starkville, Miss W Starkville, Miss W Starkville, Miss L Starkville, Miss L Starkville, Miss L Starkville, Miss T Starkville, Miss. 3-7 # W Starkville, Miss # W Hattiesburg, Miss W Starkville, Miss W Hattiesburg, Miss W Starkville, Miss W Starkville, Miss. 7-6 W Jackson, Miss W Jackson, Miss W Jackson, Miss L Jackson, Miss L Jackson, Miss W Jackson, Miss W Jackson, Miss W Jackson, Miss L Hattiesburg, Miss L Starkville, Miss. # Game was forfeited to Southern Miss Record in Hattiesburg: 2-2 Record in Starkville: Neutral Site Games: 6-2 Most Points Scored: 47 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 0 ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: 33 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 41 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 9 ( , includes both forfeits) Longest Losing Streak: 5 ( ) Current Streak: Lost 2 Shutouts: 0 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 8-5-1, includes one forfeit Alcorn State (1-0, 2009) 52-0 W Hattiesburg, Miss. Record in Hattiesburg: 1-0 Record in Lorman: Never Met Neutral Site Games: Never Met Most Points Scored: 52 (9-5-09) Fewest Points Scored: 52 (9-5-09) Largest Margin of Victory: 52 (9-5-09) Largest Loss Margin: 0 Longest Winning Streak: 1 (2009) Longest Losing Streak: 0 Current Streak: Won 1 Shutouts: 1 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 0-0 Alabama (6-34-2, includes on forfeit, ) 7-34 L Birmingham, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Montgomery, Ala W Montgomery, Ala. 7-2 W Montgomery, Ala T Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Mobile, Ala L Mobile, Ala L Mobile, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala T Birmingham, Ala W Tuscaloosa, Ala L Birmingham, Ala Southern Miss Football

207 2014 Opponent Game-by-Game Results L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala W Birmingham, Ala L Birmingham, Ala # W Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala W Birmingham, Ala L Birmingham, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala L Tuscaloosa, Ala. Record in Hattiesburg: Never Met Record in Tuscaloosa: Record in Birmingham: Neutral Site Games: 2-4 Most Points Scored: 38 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 0 (five times) Largest Margin of Victory: 21 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 53 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 2 ( ) Longest Losing Streak: 11 ( ) Current Streak: Lost 5 Shutouts: 1 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: Rice (1-3, ) L Hattiesburg, Miss L Houston, Texas W Hattiesburg, Miss L Houston, Texas Record in Hattiesburg: 1-1 Record in Houston: 0-2 Neutral Site Games: Never Met Most Points Scored: 48 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 17 ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: 24 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 27 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 1 (2011) Longest Losing Streak: 2 ( ) Current Streak: Lost 1 Shutouts: 0 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 0-2 In C-USA Games: 1-3 Middle Tennessee (0-2, ) L New Orleans, La L Hattiesburg, Miss. Appalachian State (First Meeting) Record in Hattiesburg: 0-1 Record in Murfreesboro: 0-0 Neutral Site Games: 0-1 Most Points Scored: 32 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 21 ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: 0 Largest Loss Margin: 21 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 0 Longest Losing Streak: 2 ( ) Current Streak: Lost 2 Shutouts: 0 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 0-0 In C-USA Games: southernmiss.com

208 2014 Opponent Game-by-Game Results North Texas (4-4, ) 7-15 L Denton, Texas 26-0 (HC) W Hattiesburg, Miss (HC) L Hattiesburg, Miss L Denton, Texas W Hattiesburg, Miss W Denton, Texas W New Orleans, La L Hattiesburg, Miss. Record in Hattiesburg: 2-2 Record in Denton: 1-2 Neutral Site Games: 1-0 Most Points Scored: 31 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 7 ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: 26 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 41 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 3 ( ) Longest Losing Streak: 2 ( ) Current Streak: Lost 1 Shutouts: 2 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 0-0 In C-USA Games: 0-1 Louisiana Tech (31-14, ) L Hattiesburg, Miss L Ruston, La W Ruston, La. 0-7 L Ruston, La W Ruston, La. 7-0 W Hattiesburg, Miss. 7-6 W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss. (HC) L Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss. 7-6 W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss. 7-0 W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss L Ruston, La L Hattiesburg, Miss. 7-0 W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss. (HC) 0-10 L Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss W Shreveport, La L Hattiesburg, Miss. (HC) W Ruston, La L Hattiesburg, Miss. (HC) W Ruston, La L Hattiesburg, Miss W Ruston, La L Ruston, La L Hattiesburg, Miss W Hattiesburg, Miss L Hattiesburg, Miss W Hattiesburg, Miss W Hattiesburg, Miss W Hattiesburg, Miss W Ruston, La L Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss W Ruston, La W Hattiesburg, Miss L Ruston, La. Record in Hattiesburg: 16-6 Record in Ruston: 14-8 Neutral Site Games: 1-0 Most Points Scored: 58 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 0 (four times) Largest Margin of Victory: 52 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 27 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 9 ( ) Longest Losing Streak: 2 (twice) Current Streak: Lost 1 Shutouts: 3 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 13-5 In C-USA Games: Southern Miss Football

209 2014 Opponent Game-by-Game Results UTEP (3-3, ) Longest Losing Streak: 3 ( ) Current Streak: Lost 3 Shutouts: 0 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 2-2 In C-USA Games: L El Paso, Texas W Shreveport, La W El Paso, Texas (2 OT) L Hattiesburg, Miss W El Paso, Texas L Hattiesburg, Miss. Record in Hattiesburg: 0-2 Record in El Paso: 2-1 Neutral Site Games: 1-0 Most Points Scored: 56 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 14 (1-1-54) Largest Margin of Victory: 26 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 23 (1-1-54) Longest Winning Streak: 2 ( ) Longest Losing Streak: 1 (three times) Current Streak: Lost 1 Shutouts: 0 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 0-2 In C-USA Games: 2-2 Marshall (5-4, ) W (OT) Huntington, W.Va W Hattiesburg, Miss W Huntington, W.Va L Hattiesburg, Miss W Huntington, W.Va W Hattiesburg, Miss L Huntington, W.Va L Hattiesburg, Miss L Huntington, W.Va. Record in Hattiesburg: 2-2 Record in Huntington: 3-2 Neutral Site Games: Never Met Most Points Scored: 42 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 20 ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: 35 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 48 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 3 ( ) UTSA (First Meeting) UAB (10-4, ) W (2OT) Birmingham, Ala. 3-0 W Hattiesburg, Miss W Birmingham, Ala W Birmingham, Ala W Hattiesburg, Miss W Birmingham, Ala W Hattiesburg, Miss W Birmingham, Ala W Hattiesburg, Miss L Birmingham, Ala L (2OT) Hattiesburg, Miss L Birmingham, Ala L Hattiesburg, Miss W Birmingham, Ala. Record in Hattiesburg: 4-2 Record in Birmingham: 6-2 Neutral Site Games: Never Met Most Points Scored: 70 ( ) Fewest Points Scored: 3 ( ) Largest Margin of Victory: 56 ( ) Largest Loss Margin: 13 ( ) Longest Winning Streak: 9 ( ) Longest Losing Streak: 4 ( ) Current Streak: Won 1 Shutouts: 1 Games Decided By 7 or fewer points: 6-2 In C-USA Games: southernmiss.com

210 2014 Opponent Composite Schedule Date Miss. State Alcorn State Alabama Appalachian St. Rice Middle Tenn. North Texas LA Tech UTEP Marshall UTSA UAB Aug. 30 USM Virginia-Lynchburg West Virginia at Michigan at Notre Dame Savannah State at Texas at Oklahoma at New Mexico at Miami (Ohio) at Houston Troy 6:30 pm 4 pm 2:30 pm 11 am 2:30 pm 6 pm 7 pm 6 pm 7 pm 2:30 pm 8 pm (8/29) 11 am SEC ABC (Atlanta) ESPN2 NBC Longhorn MW Network ESPN3 ESPNU FCS Sept. 6 UAB at USM Florida Atlantic Campbell OPEN at Minnesota SMU at UL Lafayette Texas Tech Rhode Island Arizona at Miss. State 1 pm 6 pm 11 am 5 pm 2:30 pm 11 am 6 pm 10 pm 6 pm 7 pm (9/4) 1 pm FSN SEC ESPN3 Fox Networks ESPN3 FS1 FS1 FSN Sept. 13 at South Ala. Louisiana College USM OPEN at Texas A&M Western Ky. LA Tech at North Texas New Mexico St. Ohio at Oklahoma St. Alabama A&M 3 pm 2 pm 5 pm 8 pm 6 pm 7 pm (9/11) 7 pm (9/11) 7 pm 11 am 6 pm 2:30 pm ESPNews ESPN2 ESPN2 CBSSN CBSSN ASN CBSSN Fox Networks ASN Sept. 20 at LSU at Miss. Valley St. Florida at USM Old Dominion at Memphis Nicholls State Northwestern St. OPEN at Akron OPEN OPEN TBA 4 pm TBA 6 pm TBA TBA 2:30 pm 6 pm TBA ASN Fox Networks ASN ESPN Networks Sept. 27 OPEN Southern OPEN at Ga. Southern at USM at Old Dominion OPEN at Auburn at Kansas State OPEN at Florida Atlantic FIU 4 pm ^:30 pm (9/25) 6 pm 7 pm (9/26) TBA TBA TBA 2:30 pm ESPNU FCS FS1 ASN Oct. 4 Texas A&M Alabama State at Ole Miss South Alabama Hawai i USM at Indiana UTEP at LA Tech at Old Dominion New Mexico at Western Ky. TBA 6:30 pm (10/2) TBA TBA 6 pm 11 am TBA 6 pm 6 pm TBA 2:30 pm 6 pm ASN ASN FCS FCS Fox Networks ASN Oct. 11 Auburn at Grambling St. at Arkansas Liberty at Army at Marshall at UAB OPEN Old Dominion Middle Tenn. FIU North Texas TBA 2 pm TBA TBA 11 am TBA 2:30 pm 7 pm TBA 6 pm 2:30 pm CBSSN Fox Networks ASN ASN Fox Networks FCS ASN Oct. 18 OPEN Texas Southern Texas A&M at Troy OPEN UAB USM UTSA OPEN at FIU at LA Tech at Middle Tenn. 2 pm TBA TBA 2:30 pm 6 pm TBA 5 pm TBA 2:30 pm FCS ASN Fox Networks Fox Networks FCS Oct 25 at Kentucky at Prairie View A&M at Tennessee OPEN North Texas OPEN at Rice at USM at UTSA Florida Atlantic UTEP at Arkansas TBA 1 pm TBA TBA TBA 2:30 pm 6 pm 6 pm 6 pm TBA Fox Networks Fox Networks ASN ASN Fox Networks ASN Nov. 1 Arkansas OPEN OPEN Georgia State at FIU BYU OPEN Western Ky. USM OPEN OPEN at Florida Atl. TBA TBA 11 am 2:30 pm TBA 7 pm 6 pm ASN CBSSN Fox Networks FCS ASN Nov. 8 UT-Martin at Alabama A&M at LSU ULM UTSA OPEN Florida Atlantic at UAB at Western Ky. at USM at Rice LA Tech TBA 1 pm TBA TBA TBA 6 pm 11 am TBA 6 pm TBA 11 am Fox Networks FCS ASN ASN Fox Networks ASN Nov. 15 at Alabama Ark.-Pine Bluff Miss. State at Ark. State at Marshall at FIU at UTEP OPEN North Texas Rice USM OPEN TBA 4 pm TBA TBA TBA 2:30 pm TBA TBA TBA 7 pm (11/13) Fox Networks Fox Networks Fox Networks Fox Networks CBSSN Nov. 22 Vanderbilt Jackson State Western Carolina at UL Lafayette UTEP Florida Atlantic FIU at Old Dominion at Rice at UAB at Western Ky. Marshall TBA 2 pm TBA TBA 7 pm (11/21) 6 pm 2:30 pm 12 noon 7 pm (11/21) 12 noon TBA 12 noon FS1 ASN FCS FS1 Fox Networks Nov. 29 Ole Miss Auburn Idaho at LA Tech at UTEP at UTSA Rice Middle Tenn. Western Ky. North Texas at USM TBA TBA TBA 11 am 6 pm TBA 11 am TBA 11 am (11/28) TBA 2:30 pm CBSSN Fox Networks CBSSN FS1 Fox Networks ASN As of July 31, 2014; All Times Central; Conference Championship Games set for weekend of Dec Southern Miss Football

211 Khyri Thornton 3rd Round Selection by Green Bay Packers in 2014 NFL Draft Southern Miss has had a player taken in the 3rd Round or higher in last three years The Golden Eagles are one of 23 schools to have player taken in Top Three Rounds in each of the last three years

212 2014 Southern Miss Football Schedule Aug. 30 at Mississippi State (SEC) 6:30 pm Starkville, Miss. Sept. 6 Alcorn State 6 pm Hattiesburg, Miss. Sept. 13 at Alabama (ESPN 2) 5 pm Tuscaloosa, Ala. Sept. 20 Appalachian State (ASN) 6 pm Hattiesburg, Miss. Sept. 27 Rice* (FCS) 6 pm Hattiesburg, Miss. Oct. 4 at Middle Tennessee* (ASN) 11 am Murfreesboro, Tenn. Oct. 18 at North Texas* (ASN) 6 pm Denton, Texas Oct. 25 Louisiana Tech* (ASN) 2:30 pm Hattiesburg, Miss. Nov. 1 at UTEP* (FCS) 7 pm El Paso, Texas Nov. 8 Marshall* (ASN) 6 pm Hattiesburg, Miss. Nov. 13 at UTSA* (CBS SN) 7 pm San Antonio, Texas Nov. 29 UAB* (ASN) 2:30 pm Hattiesburg, Miss. * Conference USA game; Dates and times subject to change

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