BRANDON WILLIAMS

Defensive Tackle/Nose Guard

Missouri Southern State University Lions

#66

6:01.7-341

Kirkwood, Missouri

Harmony Preparatory School

Rockwood Summit High School

 

PLAYER OVERVIEW

Professional scouts are sometimes hard to convince that there is an exceptional talent at the small college level. Most of them cite the lack of top-level competition for not properly evaluating that dominant performer, as they use that old saying “big fish in a little pond” too much when describing an elite athlete below the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision ranks.

 

However, based on the “frequent flyer miles” that area scouts, national scouts and team cross-checkers have been logging for visits to Joplin, Missouri, the name of Brandon Williams was being whispered quite a bit in NFL-team college-scouting departments the last few years. Based on his standout performance in 2012, those whispers are now turning into “shouts,” as he has simply manhandled offensive linemen on a regular basis.

 

Once a “curiosity” in scouting circles, Williams has established himself as the best down lineman in the country, not playing for a major college. In a recent survey with scouts assigned to the area, the Lions defender is being regarded as the best NCAA Division II defensive lineman since Minnesota Vikings Hall of Fame standout, John Randle, was wreaking havoc in opposing backfield for Texas A&M-Kingsville during the 1988-89 seasons.

 

In 41 games, Williams has recorded 182 tackles (84 solos), a decent total, but one look at what those tackles produced tell the true story of his ability on the football field. Among active NCAA Division II performers, he leads the defensive tackles and ranks eighth overall with a school career-record 49.5 tackles-for-loss, a figure that places him 35th in NCAA annals.

 

The weak-side defensive tackle is seventh among active players and first at his position with 25.0 quarterback sacks, a total that established a school all-time record and is good for tenth in Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association history. Among his 35 quarterback pressures/chase-downs, 22 have come on third-down plays and four others on fourth-down snaps. With his timing and leaping ability, he has also batted down thirteen pass attempts at the line of scrimmage.

 

Against the run, Williams has recorded 180 tackles. On those plays, opposing ball carriers have been held to minus 58 yards (-0.32 ypc), the only active defensive tackle in the entire NCAA to limit runners for negative yardage (minimum 20 games). Only eight of those runs have led to first downs, as he posted 23 third-down hits and two more on fourth-down vs. the running game.

 

Williams has also delivered 39 of his tackles vs. the rush inside the red zone, with fifteen being registered on goal-line plays. In addition to his high amount of stops-for-loss, he has taken down ball carriers at the line of scrimmage for no gain thirty times, the most by a Division II performer since John Randle posted 26 similar hits during the 1988-89 campaigns for Texas A&M-Kingsville.

 

 

 

With his explosion off the snap, Williams has also been utilized as a seven-tech defender (weak-side defensive end), in addition to lining up at strong-side tackle and as a nose guard. His ability to quickly recognize the play developing has not only greatly impacted an opponent’s running game, but also their passing attack.

 

To date, Williams has seen 57 pass attempts in his area, as those receivers have managed only four catches (7.02 pass completion percentage) for a miniscule eleven yards, an average of 2.75 yards per completion and 0.19 yards per pass attempt. Six of his quarter-back hurries have resulted in interceptions, as he recorded the final stop on 57 of the opponents’ possessions (45 third-down plays, six fourth-down stops, five forced fumbles and one safety).

 

With those impressive “numbers” produced by the Lions’ defender, professional scouts are no longer regarding him as a “big fish in a little pond.” With those numbers, there is no doubt that if that “big fish” was swimming in an ocean, he would be attacking “great white sharks,” much like he has devoured opposing quarterbacks and ball carriers since the 2008 season.

 

Prior to arriving on the Missouri southern State University campus in 2008, Williams was first a standout two-way lineman at Rockwood Summit (Fenton, Mo.) High School for Falcons’ head coach Mike Bellers. Serving as team captain in 2006, he earned all-State and All-Suburban South Conference first-team honors, in addition to being named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year. He guided the team to a 9-3 record, pacing the squad with 99 tackles (54 solos) that included seven sacks, as he also recovered two fumbles and had one interception from his defensive tackle position.

 

Williams also competed for the school’s basketball team, receiving All-South Suburban first-team honors while playing for hoops coach Todd Zell. Additionally, he was a weight man on the track-&-field squad, placing fifth in the discus at the 2006 Missouri State Finals. In 2007, he transferred out of the state, attending Harmony Prep (Cincinnati, Oh.) before embarking on his collegiate career. He also excelled academically, making the Honor Roll at both schools.

 

When he first arrived at the Missouri Southern State campus, enrolling early in 2008, Lions head coach Daryl Daye admitted that he had first seen his future star on tape as an offensive lineman, but recruited Williams to play defense. Not even a crystal ball would tell the coach that his decision to play #66 on defense would eventually bring him a player who would go on to break the school quarterback sack record.

 

“As a freshman I played him as a 7-technique (end),” Daye said. “I knew he was athletic enough to contain rush. He can play up and down the D-line. It makes you so much more flexible and not limited in what you can do defensively. I knew he was going to be a quality player if he could get his head straight, which he did. He grew up, started caring about his school work, started caring about his team, and he has only gotten better each year. I am very proud about what he has accomplished.”

 

Williams’ stellar college career almost ended before it ever began. After enrolling at the school for the 2008 spring semester, the future All-American injured his back in the weight room. “I was lifting in April, even before I stepped on the football field,” the defensive tackle recalls. “I had a chance to play as a freshman, and I was like I am not going to ruin this chance just because I have a little tick in my back.” That injury would later force him to undergo surgery after the season, costing him the 2009 campaign, as a result of complications from the operation.

 

 

As a true freshman, Williams began his career starting his first two games as a weak-side defensive tackle, as he also saw action on the interior’s strong side. He later backed up Nick Teer at defensive end, recording 38 tacklers (14 solos) with 1.5 sacks among his three stops for loss. In his final two appearances, he produced nine tackles in each of the Truman State and Northwest Missouri State contests, giving the staff a view of “great” things to come in the future.

 

But, that future would not come until he returned to the field in 2010. Williams was diagnosed with having a ruptured disc in his back, amazing the trainers that he had played the entire 2008 schedule with the injury. He underwent surgery, but that is when the youngster’s troubles began.

 

“Ruptured disc, got it fixed,” Williams said. “But then it got infected, got staph (infection), spinal meningitis, then the spinal fluid sac tore, so I was leaking spinal fluid. It was just a bad deal. The doctor told me that if I didn’t come in when I did — because I was just planning to go to sleep and seeing how I felt in the morning — I would have been gone.”

 

Once Williams was cleared to return to the field, he considered not playing football, but he loved the game too much to simply walk away without giving it one more try. It turned out to be a great decision, as he would go on to record a string of 26 consecutive starting assignments, to date.

 

“I was actually scared to come back just because I was thinking I had one play and I could be done and I would be paralyzed,” Williams said. “I was like I could come back and take that risk or cut it short and say I’m done. But I am glad I came back. Looking down the road thirty years from now, I don’t want to be that person (who says) ‘man, what could I have done, what would I be right now if I would have taken that chance.’ ’’

 

The coaching staff was cautious with Williams early in the 2010 schedule, bringing him off the bench for the first four games before inserting him into the lineup at right defensive end vs. Pittsburg State before returning him to weak-side defensive tackle for the final six contests. He recorded 34 of his total of 50 tackles (23 solos) as a starter, leading the team with nine sacks, the third-best season total in school history. He also paced the Lions and ranked third in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association with 17.0 stops for losses, the 21st-best figure in the NCAA Division II ranks.

 

Williams added nine pressures, as he caused a fumble and broke up three pass attempts as a red-shirt sophomore. On 52 running plays he made stops on, those ball carriers were held to minus 56 yards, delivering ten of those hits on third-down snaps, along with making four goal-line tackles among his seven hits inside the red zone, as he brought down runners at the line of scrimmage for no gain on seven other snaps.

 

The 2011 schedule was another stellar effort by Williams, as he garnered All-American, All-MIAA and All-Region accolades. Even though offenses were well-advised to stay far away from the Lions defensive tackle, eight of his 35 stops resulted in sacks, tying for fourth on the school season-record chart. He led the league and finished 11th nationally with a team-high sixteen tackles for losses of 78 yards.

 

On 33 running plays directed at Williams, opponents had just minus 64 yards to show for their efforts. He posted nine of those hits inside the red zone, with three coming on goal-line stands. On seventeen pass plays in his area, the only pass completion was good for an 8-yard loss.

 

Through ten games on the 2012 schedule, Williams has cemented his status as the best draft prospect that the NCAA Division II ranks have to offer the National Football League. With the excellent “numbers” he has produced, even Stevie Wonder can see that he is the most dominating defensive tackle that level of competition has produced in over twenty years. He boasts 59 tackles (28 solos) to his credit, second-best on the team with one game left to play on the regular season schedule.

 

The school’s all-time sack record holder added 6.5 more to his career total of 25.0, as he registered 13.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage while chasing down quarterbacks on sixteen more plays. His four forced fumbles are tied for second on the school annual record chart and are tied for tenth in the nation. On sixty running plays, opposing runners have advanced for only seven yards, as he took down those runners at the line of scrimmage for no gain seventeen times, which leads all of college football.

 

Asked if breaking the sack record was the highlight of his college career, Williams stated,

“The sack record is great, but coming back from that injury and succeeding like I have, it’s been a blessing. The sack record is just an accolade, but I want to finish the season with a winning record. Since I have been here, I have never been a part of that. It would be nice to leave on top.”

 

(Editor’s note-in a 34-10 win over Truman State, the Lions are presently 6-4 for the 2012 season, assuring them a winning season entering their final game. In typical Brandon Williams’ fashion, he recorded a sack in the game vs. the Bulldogs).

 

CAREER NOTES

Williams has appeared in 41 games at Missouri Southern State, starting 29 contests, including his last 26 appearances…The defensive tackle has recorded 182 tackles (84 solos) with 25.0 sacks for minus 158 yaerd, 49.5 stops for losses of 226 yards and 35 quarterback pressures/chase-downs…Also caused five fumbles while deflecting thirteen passes and registering one safety…His 25.0 sacks rank 32nd in NCAA Division II history and place him tenth on the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association career-record list, moving ahead of Eric McDowell of Missouri Western State (24.5; 199-2003)…His 25.0 sacks also topped the previous school career-record of 23.0 by Kent Shorten (1995-96)…

Williams’ nine sacks in 2010 rank third on the Lions’ season-record chart behind Shorten (10.0 in 1995) and Jairius Jarvis (9.5 in 2009)…His eight sacks in 2011 is tied with Tony Hughes (1991) and Richard Jordan (1995) for fourth on the team’s annual record list, while his 6.5 sacks as a senior tied Mike King (1987) for tenth…Williams’ three sacks vs. Missouri Western State in 2010 tied Richard Jordan (vs. Washburn on 11/11/95 and vs. Emporia State on 9/16/95), Dustin Calvin (vs. Missouri Western on 10/04/97) and Reggie Smith (vs. Southwest Missouri State on 2/09/2000) for fifth on the school game-record list…His 49.5 tackles-for-loss rank 35th on the NCAA Division II career-record chart and are the most for any active defensive tackle in the collegiate ranks…His 17.0 stops-for-loss in 2010 tied Richard Jordan (1993) for second on the school annual record chart behind Kqorea Willis (18.0 in 1998), while Williams’ 16.0 tackles behind the line of scrimmage in 2011 tied Reggie Smith (2000) for fourth on that seasonal chart…His four forced fumbles in 2011 are topped by only Ron Burton (five in 1992) on the Lions’ annual record list…In 2010 and 2011, Williams led the team in quarterback sacks, joining Mike King (6.5 in 1987 and 7.0 in 1988), Chuck Dake (4.0 in 1989 and 5.5 in 1990) and Kent Shorten (6.0 in 1994 and 10.0 in 1995) as the only Lions to lead the team in that category in consecutive seasons… Presently, he has 6.5 sacks for 2012. If he finishes the season with the team lead, he will join Shorten (five in 1992) in becoming the only players to lead the team in sacks three times in a career (note-Elbert Johnson also led the team in sacks twice in a career, only not in consecutive seasons – four in 2004 and 3.5 in 2007)…Williams also led the Lions in tackles-for-loss in both 2010 (17.0) and 2009 (16.0), joining Richard Jordan (17.0 in 1993 and 15.0 in 1995) and Reggie Smith (15.0 in 1999 and 16.0 in 2000) to lead the team outright in that category more than once in a career. Williams presently leads the team with 13.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage in 2012 and could become the school’s first player to lead in that category three times as a Lion (note-Kevin Ziegler shared the team lead with Richard Skaggs in 1984, posting ten stops, before pacing the Lions with thirteen more in 1985)…Williams has made stops on 180 running plays, limiting those ball carriers to minus 58 yards (-0.32 ypc) and just eight first downs, delivering 23 third-down hits, two more on fourth-down snaps while stopping runners at the line of scrimmage for no gain on 30 other carries…Has made 39 stops inside the red zone, with fifteen coming on goal-line plays… On 57 pass plays in his area, the opposition has completed only four of those throws (7.02%) for 11 yards, an average of 2.75 yards per completion and 0.19 yards per pass attempt, as he produced stops on 22 third-down plays and four more on fourth-down snaps vs. the aerial game.

 

2012 SEASON

Recently named to The NFL Draft Report’s Little All-American first-team and 2013 Draft Super Sleeper squad, Williams is rated the best draft prospect below the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision ranks and the third-best defensive tackle overall by that scouting information service…The favorite to garner All-Mid America Intercollegiate Athletic Association first-team and Defensive Player of the Year honors, Williams might be “flying under the radar” where national media is concerned, but among his 59 tackles (28 solos), which rank second on the team through ten games, he has delivered 6.5 sacks for minus 31 yards, ranking third in the MIAA with a team-best 13.5 stops for losses of 46 yards…His relentless pursuit in the opposing backfield has resulted in sixteen quarterback pressures/ chase-downs, as he leads the Lions and is tied for tenth in the nation with four forced fumbles…Deflected one pass and posted one safety…On sixty running plays directed in his area, opposing ball carriers have been limited to only seven yards (0.12 ypc), as the weak-side defensive tackle was credited with five third-down hits, one more on fourth down and leads all of college football by stopping runners at the line of scrimmage for no gain seventeen times…Recorded thirteen of his tackles inside the red zone, including five on goal-line snaps…On eighteen pass plays targeted into his area, opposing quarterbacks completed only one throw (5.56%) for seven yards, an average of 0.39 yards per attempt, as he posted stops on nine third-down plays and two more on fourth-down snaps…Was named National Defensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. Southwest Baptist…

The Lions opened the season with a 25-20 decision over Central Oklahoma, as Williams was in on five tackles while assisting on a sack…In the Northeastern State (Okla.) game, the senior collected his 20th career sack, as he had two stops behind the line of scrimmage and seven tackles…Assisted on a sack, taking over sole possession of second place in school history, as he also came up with seven tackles, another stop-for-loss, a pressure and a forced fumble, as the Lions opened the season with their third consecutive win, vs. Lincoln…In a tough 16-13 loss to Southwest Baptist, the senior defensive tackle registered a career-high eleven tackles (6 solos), as he twice sacked Bearcats quarterbacks and had three total stops behind the line of scrimmage. He also delivered a pair of forced fumbles with two pressures, one that caused an interception. For his stellar performance, Williams was named National Defensive Player of the Week by the Beyond Sports Network (BSN)…

In the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology game, Williams tied the school career-record for quarterback sacks in a 47-20 victory, as he also registered six tackles with a pair of pressures…Two of Williams’ six stops came from behind the line of scrimmage, as he led the Lions to a spirited 31-30 decision over Missouri Western…Took took over sole possession of the school’s all-time sack record, as he also recorded five tackles with another stop-for-loss and a pair of key pressures vs. Northwest Missouri.

 

2011 SEASON

Williams earned All-American, All-MIAA and All-Region first-team honors as a junior, starting all nine games he played in (did not see action vs. Ft. Hays State), finishing with 35 tackles (19 solos) as his eight sacks for minus 55 yards and 16.0 stops for losses of 78 yards not only led the Lions, but both finished tied for fourth on the school season-record list…He finished second in the league with an average of 0.89 sacks and led the MIAA while ranking 11th in the nation with an average of 1.78 tackles-for-loss per game…Made 33 plays vs. the running game, holding his opponents to minus 64 yards (-1.94 ypc), as he delivered on four third-down plays, stopped runners at the line of scrimmage for no gain three times and posted nine tackles inside the red zone, including three on goal line plays…The only pass completion on seventeen throws in his area resulted in an 8-yard loss, as four of his pressures came on third-down snaps…The Washburn Ichabods were able to contain the Lions’ offense for a 30-14 victory, but Williams was a “terror” on defense in the loss, making five stops in the backfield for losses that included a pair of sacks, along with two pressures and six tackles (5 solos), more than making up for two penalties charged to the defensive tackle…In a classic slugfest between two players that weighed a combined 700 pounds, Williams emerged victorious vs. 370-pound offensive guard Darius Charleston, as the defensive tackle added to his career sack total and also made two other stops behind the line of scrimmage while tallying four hits with two pass deflections and a pressure vs. Lincoln…Credited with six tackles, an 8-yard sack, a pressure that caused an interception and a pass break-up vs. Missouri Western…He had a five-tackle performance that included 1.5 sacks, 2.5 stops-for-loss, a pressure and a pass deflection in a 24-17 decision over Truman.

 

2010 SEASON

A consensus All-American selection, despite playing with the second unit for the Lions’ first four games, Williams started his final seven contests, ranking fourth on the squad with 50 tackles (23 solos) in his triumphant return to the gridiron…Tied for the MIAA title and ranked 18th in the nation with an average of 0.82 sacks peer game, as his nine total QB drops rank third on the school season-record list…Also tied for second in school annual annals with 17.0 stops for losses totaling 90 yards…Credited with nine pressures/chase-downs, a forced fumble and three pass deflections…Held runners to minus 56 yards on 52 plays on the ground, stopping ball carriers at the line of scrimmage for no gain seven times, in addition to making ten third-down plays and one more on a fourth-down snap vs. the rushing attack…In the passing game, opponents went home with only one complete toss for seven yards on fourteen tries (7.14%) vs. the defensive tackle, as six of his pressures were delivered on third-down snaps.

 

2009 SEASON

Williams was granted a medical red-shirt to help him continue his recovery from complicated back surgery performed after the 2008 season.

 

2008 SEASON

Williams arrived on campus in April to participate in off-season workouts…He went on to start the Lions’ first two games at weak-side defensive tackle and earned a third starting assignment at weak-side end vs. Emporia State, playing the rest of the season as a key reserve across the defensive front wall…Produced 38 tackles (14 solos) with 1.5 sacks for minus 9 yards, three stops for losses of 12 yards, three pressures and four pass break-ups in eleven contests, despite playing with a ruptured disc in his back that would require surgery after the season…On 35 running plays, the opponent gained 55 yards over his area, as the freshman was in on four third-down hits and stopped ball carriers at the line of scrimmage for no gain three times…Posted ten tackles inside the red zone, with three stops coming on goal-line plays…Opponents completed just 1-of-8 passes targeted into his area for a 5-yard gain, as all three of his pressures came on third-down snaps.

 

INJURY REPORT

2010 Season…Williams sat out the 2010 season due to complications from back surgery (for a ruptured disc that eventually led to a staph infection, spinal meningitis, then the spinal fluid sac tore, resulting in the player leaking spinal fluid). Williams first injured the back while working out lifting weight in April, 2008.

 

AGILITY TESTS

5.37 in the 40-yard dash…1.83 10-yard dash…3.05 20-yard dash…4.91 20-yard shuttle…

8.09 three-cone drill…29 ½-inch vertical jump…8’6” broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 38 times…32 ¾-inch arm length…9 5/8-inch hands…80 1/8-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Williams first attended Rockwood Summit (Fenton, Mo.) High School, where he was a standout two-way lineman for Falcons’ head coach Mike Bellers…Named the team captain in 2006, he earned All-State and All-Suburban South Conference first-team honors, in addition to being named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year…That year, he guided the team to a 9-3 record, pacing the squad with 99 tackles (54 solos) that included seven sacks, as he also recovered two fumbles and had one interception from his defensive tackle position…Also competed for the school’s basketball team, receiving All-South Suburban first-team honors while playing for hoops coach Todd Zell…Additionally, he was a weight man on the track-&-field squad, placing fifth in the discus at the 2006 Missouri State Finals…In 2007, he transferred out of the state, attending Harmony Prep (Cincinnati, Oh.) before embarking on his collegiate career…Also excelled academically, making the Honor Roll at both schools.

 

PERSONAL

Industrial Engineering major…Son of Shelly Washington and Brad Williams, Jr…Brandon and his girlfriend, Alyssa Karel, have a son, Ryder, born just prior to Brandon playing vs. Central Missouri State on September 29th, 2012…Born 2/21/89…Resides in Fenton, Missouri.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS GP GS TK SO AS FR FC INT TFL PBU SACK PRES
2008 11 03   38   14   24  00  00  0-0  03.0-012   04  01.5-009    03
2010 11 07   50   23   27  00  01  0-0  17.0-090   03  09.0-063    09
2011 09 09   35   19   16  00  00  0-0  16.0-078   05  08.0-055    07
2012 10 10   59   28   31  00  04  0-0  13.5-046   01  06.5-031    16
TOTAL 41 29 182   84   98  00  05  0-0  49.5-226   13  25.0-158    35

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS-Recorded a safety vs. Central Oklahoma in the 2012 season opener.

 

WILLIAMS GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

Pres

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

Central Okla. 08/30/12 at Central Okla. 25-20

Yes

3

2

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

Northeastern St. 09/08/12 Northeastern St. 27-21

Yes

5

2

0

2

7

0

1

6

0

0

0

Lincoln (MO) 09/15/12 at Lincoln (MO) 21-14

Yes

4

3

1

1

3

1

0

1

0

1

0

Southwest Baptist 09/22/12 Southwest Baptist 13-16

Yes

5

6

0

3

18

0

2

17

0

2

1

Central Mo. 09/29/12 at Central Mo. 10-35

Yes

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

South Dakota Mines 10/06/12 South Dakota Mines 47-20

Yes

4

2

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

Mo. Western St. 10/13/12 at Mo. Western St. 31-30

Yes

1

5

0

2

8

0

0

0

0

0

1

Northwest Mo. St. 10/20/12 Northwest Mo. St. 14-38

Yes

4

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

2

Lindenwood 10/27/12 at Lindenwood 30-45

Yes

3

2

1

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

30

24

5

10

42

3

4

27

1

3

4

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

Pres

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

Central Mo. 09/01/11 at Central Mo. 24-42

Yes

2

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Washburn 09/17/11 Washburn 14-30

Yes

1

5

1

4

25

0

2

18

0

0

1

Lincoln (MO) 09/24/11 Lincoln (MO) 56-14

Yes

2

2

1

2

12

0

1

6

2

0

0

Mo. Western St. 10/01/11 Mo. Western St. 23-35

Yes

4

2

0

1

8

0

1

8

1

0

0

Emporia St. 10/08/11 at Emporia St. 24-31

Yes

0

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

Truman 10/15/11 Truman 24-17

Yes

1

4

1

2

11

1

1

10

1

0

0

Southwest Baptist 10/22/11 Southwest Baptist 68-28

Yes

2

2

1

2

8

1

1

5

0

0

0

Northwest Mo. St. 10/29/11 Northwest Mo. St. 21-52

Yes

3

1

1

0

4

0

0

0

0

0

1

Fort Hays St. 11/05/11 at Fort Hays St. 14-29

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Pittsburg St. 11/12/11 at Pittsburg St. 28-51

Yes

1

2

0

1

8

0

1

8

0

0

0

Season Totals

16

19

6

13

78

2

7

55

5

0

3

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

Pres

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

Minn. St. Moorhead 08/26/10 Minn. St. Moorhead 30-0

Yes

3

1

1

0

3

1

0

3

0

0

0

Lincoln (MO) 09/04/10 Lincoln (MO) 38-7

Yes

0

4

0

2

12

0

1

11

0

0

0

Emporia St. 09/18/10 at Emporia St. 27-30

Yes

2

2

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Neb.-Omaha 09/25/10 at Neb.-Omaha 10-42

Yes

1

3

0

1

9

0

1

9

0

0

0

Pittsburg St. 10/02/10 at Pittsburg St. 21-24

Yes

3

3

0

2

9

0

2

9

0

0

0

Northwest Mo. St. 10/09/10 Northwest Mo. St. 21-49

Yes

4

1

1

1

13

1

1

13

0

0

0

Truman 10/16/10 at Truman 6-23

Yes

5

2

1

1

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mo. Western St. 10/23/10 Mo. Western St. 23-6

Yes

1

4

0

4

27

0

3

18

0

1

1

Central Mo. 10/30/10 Central Mo. 21-34

Yes

5

1

3

1

9

0

0

0

3

0

4

Fort Hays St. 11/06/10 at Fort Hays St. 41-31

Yes

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Washburn 11/13/10 Washburn 7-23

Yes

2

1

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

1

Season Totals

27

23

6

14

90

2

8

63

3

1

6

 

2008 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

Pres

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

Harding 08/30/08 Harding 45-31

Yes

0

1

0

1

2

0

0

0

1

0

0

Haskell 09/04/08 Haskell 66-9

Yes

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

Pittsburg St. 09/13/08 at Pittsburg St. 14-21

Yes

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Neb.-Omaha 09/20/08 Neb.-Omaha 21-40

Yes

6

0

2

0

2

1

0

1

0

0

0

Emporia St. 09/27/08 at Emporia St. 19-18

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Washburn 10/04/08 Washburn 0-23

Yes

0

1

0

1

8

0

1

8

0

0

0

Fort Hays St. 10/11/08 at Fort Hays St. 28-0

Yes

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Central Mo. 10/18/08 Central Mo. 14-47

Yes

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mo. Western St. 10/25/08 Mo. Western St. 3-17

Yes

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Truman 11/01/08 at Truman 7-38

Yes

4

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

Northwest Mo. St. 11/08/08 Northwest Mo. St. 24-48

Yes

6

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Season Totals

24

14

2

2

12

1

1

9

4

0

1

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