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September 3rd, 2009, 04:50 PM
9/1

2008 Southland Conference Champ!

Location.......................................... ....Conway, AR
Founded........................................... ..1907
Enrollment........................................ ..12,959
President......................................... ...Dr. Allen C. Meadors
Athletic Director..................................Dr. Brad Teague
Faculty Representative..............................Dr. Bill Bandy
Associate Athletic Director..................Darrell Walsh
Associate Athletic Director..................Kyle O’Quinn
Assistant AD/SWA/Compliance..........Natalie Shock
Director of Purchasing........................Felicia Leonard
Director of Athletics Marketing............Matt Jordan
Development Associate......................Bill Johnson
Football coach....................................Clint Conque
Football administrative asst................Patt Wilson
Assistant AD/Media Relations............Steve East
Assistant SID......................................Cody Usher
Assistant SID...................................... Josh Goff
Affiliation....................................... ......NCAA Football Championship Subdivision
Conference........................................ .Southland
Nickname.......................................... .Bears
Colors............................................ .....Purple and Gray
Stadium........................................... ...Estes Stadium (8,500)

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September 3rd, 2009, 04:52 PM
9/2

UCA is the second-largest university in Arkansas, with a student enrollment close to 13,000, and a campus that is among the most attractive in the nation.

The UCA Athletic Department offers a full range of athletic opportunities for students. Football, womenís volleyball, menís and womenís basketball, menís and womenís golf, menís and womenís cross country, baseball, womenís softball, menís and womenís track and field, womenís tennis, and menís and womenís soccer are all NCAA sanctioned sports at UCA. The Pepsi Americas Indoor Center opened in 2005 and allows all UCA sports teams to practice indoors during inclement weather.

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September 3rd, 2009, 04:55 PM
9/3

2008 RESULTS

DATE OPPONENT RESULT A TT.
Aug. 27 Henderson State W, 38-14 12,158
Sept. 6 UC Davis W, 24-21 10,188
Sept. 13 1-vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff W, 41-17 4,823
Sept. 20 Quincy W, 51-6 10,873
Sept. 27 at Tulsa L, 34-62 20,646
Oct. 11 Sam Houston State* W, 48-46 12,312
Oct. 18 at Texas State* W, 31-24 10,418
Oct. 25 Southeastern Louisiana* W, 28-21 9,113
Nov. 1 at Nicholls State* L, 17-20 6,197
Nov. 8 Northwestern State* W, 42-6 9,767
Nov. 15 at Stephen F. Austin* W, 49-41 7,467
Nov. 22 #14 McNeese State* W, 47-30 10,220
*- Southland Conference game
1- War Memorial Stadium (Little Rock, AR)

RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES........... (10-2) (7-0) (2-2) (1-0)
CONFERENCE....... (6-1) (4-0) (2-1) (0-0)
NON-CONF....... (4-1) (3-0) (0-1) (1-0)

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September 4th, 2009, 08:59 PM
9/4

Estes Stadium

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The east side of the stadium was renovated in 2003 to include a brick exterior to match the west side, concession stands, restrooms and a visitor's locker room. In addition, the field recently underwent a full replacement complete with a new drainage system.

The west (home) side of the stadium was torn down and rebuilt from the ground up before the 1998 season. The new $5 million dollar facility houses the entire football program, including dressing room, weight room, meeting and film rooms, equipment room, coaches' offices and athletic training room.

The concourse (second) level consists of concession stands, novelty stands and restrooms and offers a unique view of the game in progress. The members of the UCA Purple Circle Foundation, the school's athletic booster club, receive reserved seating in the lower concourse level. The concourse level also features the Hall of Fame room, which houses the UCA Sports Hall of Fame and serves as a reception area during games and throughout the year.

The third level, which rises some seven stories, is home to the press box, radio booths, coaches' booths, film decks and president's reception area. The second and third levels are both accessed by elevator.

The stadium also received a new $100,000 scoreboard midway through the 1998 season, and quickly tested it out with a 62-12 victory over Arkansas-Monticello.

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September 7th, 2009, 08:48 PM
9/5

2009 SCHEDULE

9/4 @ Hawaii
9/19 @ Western Kentucky
9/26 Glenville State
10/3 Missouri S&T (Hall of Fame/Family Day)
10/10 @ Northwestern State*
10/17 Stephen F. Austin*
10/24 Nicholls* (Homecoming)
10/31 @ Southeastern Louisiana*
11/7 Texas State*
11/14 @ Sam Houston State*
11/21 @ McNeese State*
11/28 North Dakota

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September 7th, 2009, 08:57 PM
9/6

PROMOTIONS

TAILGATING

At every home game Moe's Southwest Grill will be sponsoring a tailgate contest. The judging will be based on originality, school spirit and themes. All tailgaters will automatically be entered. The judging will begin at 2 p.m.

Each week's winners will receive free catering from Moe's at their next tailgate for up to 20 people ($200 value). Their tailgate will be featured on the new videoboard at Estes Stadium.

OUTRAGEOUS FAN CONTEST

Show your Bear Spirit and get free food from Outback Steakhouse! At every game Outback will be giving out two gift certificates for $45 each to the most outrageous Bear fans. Get your face paint and purple wigs out. If you are featured on the videoboard during this promotion, you get the prize. Come dressed to impress - all you have to do is catch the camera operator's eye, and you win!!!

AT&T TEXT TO WIN

AT&T will sponsor a trivia contest on the new videoboard at Estes Stadium. Text message the correct answer to the number given and you will be entered to win prizes from AT&T.

OTHER VIDEOBOARD PROMOTIONS

Joey's Catch of the Game
Barnes & Noble Books for a Semester Giveaway
Pepsi Cam - When the Pepsi Cam goes around the stadium, hold your Pepsi product high. If the camera stops on you and your product, you will receive free food from the concession stand.

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September 7th, 2009, 09:00 PM
9/7

The Purple Circle

The UCA Purple Circle Foundation is the official support organization for UCA Athletics. Annually, Purple Circle Foundation contributors donate in excess of $250,000 to be used by UCA's 17 varsity sports teams. These funds cover "over and above" expenditures that might occur in areas such as physical plant enhancements, equipment costs, recruiting costs and other necessary expenses associated with keeping the Bears competitive in the new NCAA Divsion I environment.

Student-athletes at UCA depend on the Purple Circle to help keep their sports competitive in the prestigious Southland Conference. As UCA continues to rise to the top of the Southland, and NCAA Division I, the Purple Circle Foundation, and the support it provides UCA's more than 300 student-athletes, will become even more important. Alumni, former players, parents and friends of UCA all have a stake in the success of the Bear and Sugar Bear athletic programs.

Over the past century, athletic teams on this campus have provided students and fans with countless hours of entertainment and excitement, as well as serving as a great source of pride and recognition for our institution.

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September 9th, 2009, 12:09 AM
9/8

UCA Cheerleading

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Welcome to UCA large coed cheer. The coed cheer team cheers at all home and away football games. They also cheer at all home basketball games. The large coed team competes on the National level at the NCA college nationals. In 2008, they placed 2nd in the nation behind Stephen F. Austin University by only 0.79.

The UCA cheerleaders serve as the "face" of Bear Spirit and make several public appearances throughout the year including pep rallies and other special events.

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Welcome to UCA Small Coed cheer. The small coed team is responsible for cheering all home football and basketball games. They will also be required to participate in UCA public appearances to promote Bear Spirit. The UCA small coed team is in it's 3rd consecutive year, one as all-girl and two as small coed. This team is either division depending on male participation at tryouts. We are looking forward to returning to college nationals this spring and continuing the tradition of success that UCA has had in cheerleading.

Honeybears Dance Team

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September 9th, 2009, 12:27 PM
9/9

TWEETING

Coach Conque on Twitter: http://twitter.com/clintconque

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September 11th, 2009, 12:37 AM
9/10

FULL COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Clint Conque
Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brooks Hollingsworth
Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Matt Williamson
Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs Hud Jackson
Defensive Backs Perry Eliano
Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coord. Jerry Mack
Quartebacks Coach Buster Faulkner
Defensive Line/Special Team Coord. Dan Augustine
Tight Ends Brandon Nowlin
Outside Linebackers Jordan Malone
Interior Def. Line/Recruiting Coord. Adam Federle
Football Administrative Assistant Patt Wilson

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September 16th, 2009, 01:26 AM
9/11

Coach Conque

YR SCHOOL POSITION RECORD
2008 Central Arkansas Head Coach 10-2
2007 Central Arkansas Head Coach 6-5
2006 Central Arkansas Head Coach 8-3
2005 Central Arkansas Head Coach 11-3*
2004 Central Arkansas Head Coach 8-3
2003 Central Arkansas Head Coach 5-6
2002 Central Arkansas Head Coach 8-3
2001 Central Arkansas Head Coach 9-3*
2000 Central Arkansas Head Coach 3-8
1999 Louisiana Tech Offensive Coor. 8-3
1998 Louisiana Tech Special Teams Coor. 7-5
1997 Louisiana Tech Special Teams Coor. 9-2
1996 Louisiana Tech Special Teams Coor. 6-5
1995 Louisiana Tech Running Backs 5-6
1994 Louisiana Tech RB / Inside WR 3-8
1993 Louisiana Tech RB / Inside WR 2-9
1992 Samford Univ. Running Backs 10-2^
1991 Samford Univ. Running Backs 12-2^
1990 Samford Univ. Running Backs 6-4-1
1989 McNeese State Running Backs 5-6
1988 McNeese State Outside Linebackers 6-5
1987 McNeese State Outside Linebackers 2-9
1986 St. Thomas More HS Offensive Coor. 6-5
1985 Rayne (La.) HS Defensive Coor. 4-6
1984 Nicholls State Graduate Asst. 6-5
* Div. II playoffs ^ Div. I-AA playoffs

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September 16th, 2009, 01:28 AM
9/12

BROOKS HOLLINGSWORTH
Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line

Education: graduated from Little Rock Parkview High School; received his bachelor’s degree from UCA in 1981 and his master’s in 1982

Years On Staff: 16 years

Playing history: played for the Bears beginning in 1976; was All-AIC and honorable mention All-America as an offensive lineman on teams that went 32-8-2 from 1977-80 and won two AIC championships

Coaching history: was an assistant at Arkansas Tech from 1982-89; returned to UCA as offensive backfield coach and passing game coordinator in 1990; went to ATU as head coach in 1993 and won the final AIC championship in 1994 before the conference dissolved; returned to his alma mater in 1997 to coach the offensive line and recruiting coordinator; went to Minnesota State-Mankato as an assistant in 2003; returned to UCA in summer of 2004

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September 16th, 2009, 01:30 AM
9/13

HENRY BRISCOE
Strength and Conditioning

Henry Briscoe became the Bears’ first full-time strength and conditioning coach in school history in 2000.

Briscoe was named the 2007 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Samson Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year by American Football Monthly. An avid bodybuilder, he won the Mr. Arkansas title in 2005.

Briscoe, a fullback at Southwestern Louisiana, completed his bachelor’s degree from there in 1995. He received his master’s degree from the United States Sports Academy.

Briscoe worked at the University of Detroit Mercy and at Louisiana Tech before coming to UCA. He is a certified member of the National Association of Strength and Conditioning and is a certified nutritionist.

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September 16th, 2009, 01:35 AM
9/14

YEAR-BY-YEAR RUSHING LEADERS

Year Name Att. Yds Avg.
1955 Richard Hendrickson 86 341 4.0
1956 Dennis Fulmer 85 350 4.1
1957 Bill Hoskyn 143 406 2.8
1958 Frank Schielbe 134 731 5.5
1959 Henry Hawk 164 1,161 7.1
1960 Ted McConnaughey 111 639 5.8
1961 Pedro Ferguson 134 680 5.1
1962 Steve Hathcote 154 670 4.4
1963 Bill Grubbs 83 439 5.3
1964 Robert Stone 109 476 4.4
1965 Bobby Tiner 116 533 4.6
1966 Frank Richardson 173 826 4.8
1967 Bobby Tiner 97 393 4.1
1968 Frank Richardson 183 675 3.7
1969 Bobby Hill 173 596 3.4
1970 Larry Miller 125 397 3.2
1971 James Hall 113 602 5.3
1972 Nathaniel Daniel 157 747 4.8
1973 Nathaniel Daniel 193 927 4.8
1974 Nathaniel Daniel 203 888 4.4
1975 Ken Gilkey 158 667 4.2
1976 Marvin Austin 239 889 3.7
1977 Earnest Barnes 81 263 3.2
1978 Vaughn Edwards 235 1,252 5.3
1979 Vaughn Edwards 228 1,105 4.8
1980 Vaughn Edwards 213 1,006 4.7
1981 Phil Caldwell 262 1,124 4.3
1982 Phil Caldwell 242 924 3.8
1983 Nakita Robertson 211 1,265 6.0
1984 Shawn McGehee 259 1,103 4.3
1985 Shawn McGehee 299 1,616 5.4
1986 Cedric Holt 263 1,403 5.3
1987 Cedric Holt 148 785 5.3
1988 Shawn Olive 200 881 4.4
1989 Wardell Herman 141 706 5.0
1990 Hosea Knowlton 152 664 4.4
1991 Hosea Knowlton 268 1,372 5.1
1992 Hosea Knowlton 247 1,257 5.1
1993 Hosea Knowlton 277 1,256 4.5
1994 Eugene Meabon 133 819 6.2
1995 Eugene Meabon 146 741 5.1
1996 Andre King 190 1,078 5.7
1997 Eugene Meabon 120 512 4.3
1998 Shadrick McAfee 158 867 5.5
1999 Keith Flanigan 130 510 3.9
2000 Shaun Mitchell 106 439 4.1
2001 Shaun Mitchell 89 715 8.0
2002 Shaun Mitchell 128 856 6.7
2003 Willie Hopson 184 1,157 6.3
2004 Bernard Scott 163 1,026 6.3
2005 Kentrel Rogers 221 1,222 5.5
2006 Ross Brown 160 823 5.1
2007 Brent Grimes 140 618 4.4
2008 Brent Grimes 180 879 4.9

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September 16th, 2009, 01:37 AM
9/15

YEAR-BY-YEAR PASSING LEADERS

Year Name C-A Yds TD
1955 Dennis Fulmer 17-55 186 1
1956 Bill Hoskyn 32-74 359 3
1957 Bill Hoskyn 40-89 618 3
1958 Herbie Cook 32-66 423 7
1959 Herbie Cook 18-41 287 4
1960 Jim Faulkner 14-43 251 1
1961 Herbie Cook 38-70 397 6
1962 Herbie Cook 42-82 502 9
1963 Bobby Tiner 50-108 824 8
1964 Johnny Beard 31-67 391 4
1965 Bobby Tiner 63-117 948 10
1966 Bobby Tiner 70-153 816 4
1967 Bobby Tiner 124-256 1,716 10
1968 Darrell Hatchett 25-57 307 3
1969 Mike Lally 17-47 244 4
1970 Darrell Hatchett 37-98 469 2
1971 Mike New 26-63 492 5
1972 Wesley Burks 29-71 422 4
1973 Sam Coleman 29-58 562 4
1974 Darrell McWayne 22-45 457 2
1975 Darrell McWayne 17-51 196 0
1976 Jimmy Clark 28-81 421 6
1977 Allen Perry 50-106 694 9
1978 Randy Huffstickler 84-166 1,200 8
1979 Randy Huffstickler 127-213 2,143 19
1980 Randy Huffstickler 91-171 1,622 17
1981 Randy Huffstickler 143-256 2,395 17
1982 Danny Nutt 76-157 1,092 4
1983 Allen Rock 59-121 878 3
1984 Jeff Fusilier 107-210 1,651 10
1985 Jeff Fusilier 102-179 1,685 18
1986 Victor Turner 46-108 825 6
1987 Mike Wallace 36-86 658 5
1988 Scott Williams 66-135 1,089 12
1989 Mike Wallace 92-185 1,324 7
1990 Daryl Patton 139-250 1,846 14
1991 Ken Collums 47-101 844 4
1992 Ken Collums 108-194 1,540 11
1993 Ken Collums 137-276 1,961 11
1994 Ken Collums 96-165 1,233 13
1995 Chris Freeman 70-138 1,021 6
1996 Chris Freeman 139-264 1,800 11
1997 Chris Freeman 172-305 2,213 14
1998 Kevin Nawracaj 116-216 1,765 16
1999 Kevin Nawracaj 143-263 2,422 19
2000 Andy Rogers 249-451 3,040 23
2001 Brian Stallworth 196-299 2,762 30
2002 Zak Clark 263-427 3,157 24
2003 Henry Young 105-196 1,114 9
2004 Zak Clark 228-362 2,762 24
2005 Nathan Brown 189-273 2,410 25
2006 Nathan Brown 157-242 1,858 18
2007 Nathan Brown 256-377 3,084 26
2008 Nathan Brown 254-375 3,206 31

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September 17th, 2009, 10:27 PM
9/16

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECEIVING LEADERS

Year Name Rec. Yds TD
1955 Bill Hoskyn 12 149 2
1956 Lynn Stewart 11 160 1
1957 Wilburn Graham 21 279 1
1958 Bill Tiner 11 141 1
1959 Wilburn Graham 19 251 5
1960 Bryan Riggs 9 162 0
1961 Bryan Riggs 14 175 2
1962 Bill Tiner 22 243 5
1963 Bill Shimek 27 446 2
1964 Richard Guthrie 6 99 1
1965 Howard Felts 24 416 5
1966 Jim Tarkington 34 474 2
1967 Randy Crowell 37 551 3
1968 Randy Crowell 14 263 3
1969 George Smith 8 116 0
1970 Randy Crowell 26 371 1
1971 Ronny Brown 16 233 2
1972 Billy White Jr. 17 277 4
1973 Tommy Solomon 15 402 3
1974 Willie Huffman 19 414 1
1975 Willie Huffman 15 198 0
1976 Willie Huffman 14 269 4
1977 Clifton Ealy 45 645 10
1978 Clifton Ealy 43 728 6
1979 Ron Mallett 39 1,054 14
1980 Ron Mallett 31 637 7
1981 Ron Mallett 46 846 9
1982 Bruce McGee 23 465 2
1983 Bruce McGee 19 365 3
1984 Ray Daugherty 35 524 2
1985 Willie Davis 32 643 4
1986 Willie Davis 19 312 4
1987 John Cameron 21 463 6
1988 Willie C. Davis 34 462 7
1989 Scott Schwartz 30 495 5
1990 Tyree Davis 62 1,005 7
1991 Tyree Davis 41 665 5
1992 Tyree Davis 52 780 4
1993 Tim Woods 58 978 7
1994 Tim Woods 34 432 5
1995 Steve Wood 44 875 5
1996 Steve Wood 44 785 6
1997 EnRico Grayer 42 715 9
1998 Chad Moran 37 710 7
1999 Deverick Delph 32 593 7
2000 Carl Thomas 67 881 9
2001 Michael Norvell 63 832 7
2002 Jelani Lewis 56 600 2
2003 Michael Norvell 51 543 4
2004 Michael Norvell 56 684 1
2005 Aaron Fairooz 76 1,197 12
2006 Aaron Fairooz 55 774 6
2007 Marquez Branson 37 499 7
2008 Eric Ware 50 758 5

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September 17th, 2009, 10:28 PM
9/17

YEAR-BY-YEAR ALL-PURPOSE YARDS LEADERS

Year Name Total Rush Pass
1955 Dennis Fulmer 536 350 186
1956 Dennis Fulmer 512 350 162
1957 Bill Hoskyn 1,024 406 618
1958 Frank Schielbe 731 731 0
1959 Henry Hawk 1,161 1,161 0
1960 Ted McConnaughey 639 639 0
1961 Pedro Ferguson 680 680 0
1962 Herbie Cook 678 176 502
1963 Bobby Tiner 999 175 824
1964 Johnny Beard 487 96 391
1965 Bobby Tiner 1,481 533 948
1966 Bobby Tiner 1,521 705 816
1967 Bobby Tiner 2,109 393 1,716
1968 Frank Richardson 675 675 0
1969 Bobby Hill 596 596 0
1970 Darrell Hatchett 555 86 469
1971 James Hall 602 602 0
1972 Nathaniel Daniel 747 747 0
1973 Sam Coleman 1,343 781 562
1974 Nathaniel Daniel 888 888 0
1975 Ken Gilkey 667 667 0
1976 Marvin Austin 889 889 0
1977 Allen Perry 681 -13 694
1978 Vaughn Edwards 1,252 1,252 0
1979 Randy Huffstickler 1,941 -202 2,143
1980 Randy Huffstickler 1,556 -66 1,622
1981 Randy Huffstickler 2,168 -227 2,395
1982 Danny Nutt 1,102 10 1,092
1983 Allen Rock 1,725 847 878
1984 Jeff Fusilier 1,871 220 1,651
1985 Jeff Fusilier 1,796 111 1,685
1986 Cedric Holt 1,403 1,403 0
1987 Mike Wallace 875 217 658
Scott Williams 875 380 495
1988 Scott Williams 1,761 672 1,089
1989 Mike Wallace 1,615 291 1,324
1990 Daryl Patton 1,993 147 1,846
1991 Hosea Knowlton 1,372 1,372 0
1992 Ken Collums 1,518 -22 1,540
1993 Ken Colums 2,085 124 1,961
1994 Ken Collums 1,539 306 1,233
1995 Chris Freeman 1,055 35 1,021
1996 Chris Freeman 1,720 -80 1,800
1997 Chris Freeman 2,194 -19 2,213
1998 Kevin Nawracaj 1,578 -187 1,765
1999 Kevin Nawracaj 2,245 -177 2,422
2000 Andy Rogers 3,126 86 3,040
2001 Brian Stallworth 3,388 626 2,762
2002 Zak Clark 3,186 29 3,157
2003 Henry Young 1,173 59 1,114
2004 Zak Clark 2,778 16 2,762
2005 Nathan Brown 2,433 23 2,410
2006 Nathan Brown 1,923 65 1,858
2007 Nathan Brown 3,216 132 3,084
2008 Nathan Brown 3,421 215 3,206

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September 19th, 2009, 08:51 PM
9/18

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS

Year Name TDs PAT FG Pts
1955 Carol Henry 3 0 0 18
1956 Dennis Fulmer 4 0 0 24
1957 Bill Hoskyn 7 0 0 42
1958 Henry Hawk 7 0 0 42
1959 Henry Hawk 16 0 0 96
1960 Pedro Ferguson 7 0 0 42
1961 Pedro Ferguson 9 0 0 54
1962 Bill Tiner 6 1 0 37
1963 Robert Stone 6 0 0 36
Bobby Tiner 6 0 0 36
1964 Jim Turner 5 0 0 30
1965 Bobby Tiner 10 1 0 62
1966 Bobby Tiner 10 0 0 60
1967 Bobby Tiner 4 4 0 28
1968 Frank Richardson 7 0 0 42
Jim Wilson 0 24 6 42
1969 Bobby Hill 9 1 0 56
1970 Bob Moyers 0 13 5 28
1971 James Hall 4 0 0 24
1972 Nathaniel Daniel 5 0 0 30
1973 Sam Coleman 7 0 0 42
1974 Nathaniel Daniel 18 0 0 108
1975 Dick McCutcheon 2 0 0 12
Bryan Ricks 2 0 0 12
1976 Garry Odom 0 29 9 56
1977 Clifton Ealy 10 0 0 60
1978 Vaughn Edwards 11 0 0 66
1979 Ron Mallett 14 0 0 84
1980 Phil Caldwell 14 1 0 86
1981 Phil Caldwell 15 0 0 90
1982 Phil Caldwell 12 0 0 72
1983 Curtis Burrow 0 31 16 79
1984 Curtis Burrow 0 33 13 72
1985 Curtis Burrow 0 37 10 67
1986 Cedric Holt 9 0 0 54
1987 Darrell Hamilton 0 31 10 61
1988 Scott Williams 16 2 0 100
1989 Darrell Hamilton 0 24 7 45
1990 Steve Strange 0 25 6 43
1991 Steve Strange 0 28 12 64
1992 Hosea Knowlton 10 0 0 60
1993 Hosea Knowlton 13 8 0 94
1994 Eugene Meabon 9 0 0 54
1995 Kevin Leach 0 30 7 51
1996 Andre King 12 4 0 76
1997 EnRico Grayer 9 2 0 56
1998 Michael Mayeux 0 34 9 61
1999 Keith Flanigan 11 0 0 66
2000 Carl Thomas 9 0 0 54
2001 Justin Smith 0 52 12 88
2002 Shaun Mitchell 13 2 0 82
2003 Willie Hopson 13 0 0 78
2004 Kentrel Rogers 15 0 0 90
2005 Kentrel Rogers 24 3 0 148
2006 James Paul 0 33 11 66
2007 Brent Grimes 14 0 0 84
2008 Brent Grimes 21 0 0 126

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September 19th, 2009, 08:52 PM
9/19

YEAR-BY-YEAR TACKLE LEADERS

Year Name Tckls. Solo Asst.
1979 Harold Lewis 159 46 113
1980 Harold Lewis 112 37 75
1981 Dexter Coleman 100 36 64
1982 William Franklin 118 28 90
1983 William Franklin 112 32 80
1984 Joe Hogan 121 45 76
1985 David Riley 97 43 54
1986 David Riley 103 54 49
1987 Bobby Joe McDaniels 168 50 118
1988 Bobby Joe McDaniels 130 69 61
1989 Brian Callahan 84 16 68
1990 Brian Callahan 88 52 36
Shawn Hamilton 88 49 39
1991 Jody Lensing 121 62 59
1992 Spencer Owens 107 24 83
1993 Brian Barnett 74 22 52
1994 Brian Barnett 68 44 24
1995 Brian Barnett 91 48 43
1996 Zedrick Martin 70 42 28
1997 Ardemis Wesley 87 17 70
1998 Darrell Bryant 84 35 49
1999 Tavares Wynn 116 59 57
2000 Tom Fisco 93 38 55
2001 Fa’Quan Harris 90 63 27
2002 Ranney Davis 80 41 39
2003 Cory Cangelosi 87 52 35
2004 Quentin Maxfield 79 34 45
2005 Quentin Maxfield 106 68 38
2006 Jasper Johnson 72 34 38
2007 James Lancaster 64 29 35
Corey McMurrian 64 25 38
2008 Pieri Feazell 68 45 23

SACKS LEADERS

Year Name Sacks
1979 Otis Chandler 7.0
1980 Otis Chandler 8.0
1981 Mike Coffman 16.0
1982 Mike Coffman 8.0
1983 Carl Harris 9.0
1984 Keith Hill 10.0
1985 Keith Hill 10.0
1988 Keyth Howard 7.0
1989 David Henson 10.0
1990 Mike Lovelady 11.0
1991 Craig Lincoln 7.0
Mike Lovelady 7.0
1992 Chris Riggins 8.0
1993 Chris Riggins 4.0
1994 Bart Reynolds 7.0
Jonathan Woods 7.0
1995 Chris Pope 9.5
1996 Damien Hill-Thompson 3.0
Chris Pope 3.0
1997 Tavares Wynn 3.0
1998 Harry Koolen 6.0
1999 Albert Coleman 3.0
Stacey Hill 3.0
Anthony Moore 3.0
Tavares Wynn 3.0
2000 Stacey Hill 5.0
2001 Chris Bell 4.5
Fa’Quan Harris 4.5
2002 Ranney Davis 4.0
2003 Chad Taylor 3.0
2004 Gary Davis 2.5
Chad Taylor 2.5
2005 Jacob Ford 9.0
2006 Jacob Ford 6.0
2007 Taylor Scott 5.5
2008 Larry Hart 12.0

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September 20th, 2009, 12:58 PM
9/20

FIRST WIN OVER FBS

BEARS TAKE DOWN FBS HILLTOPPERS 28-7
FOOTBALL • Sep 19, 2009

The University of Central Arkansas Bears could not finish off a victory over NCAA FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) team Hawaii in their season opener two weeks ago, but they figured out how to Saturday night against Western Kentucky.

UCA rolled up 407 yards of total offense to record its first victory over an FBS team with a 28-7 victory over the struggling Hilltoppers at Houchens-Smith Stadium. This time, the Bears (1-1) turned a 14-7 halftime lead into a milestone victory by forcing three turnovers and getting a career-long 73-yard pass from senior quarterback Robbie Park to junior receiver Darrius McNeal that in effect put the game away in the third quarter.

Senior receiver Preston Echols caught a game-high eight passes for 87 yards and a touchdown and Park completed 18 of 21 passes (85.7 percent) for 177 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Senior running backs Brent Grimes (14 for 81) and Leonard Ceaser (10 for 91) combined for 172 rushing yards.

McNeal made his season debut a memorable one with a career-long 73-yard touchdown reception that staked the Bears to a 21-7 lead late in the third quarter. McNeal served a suspension for the first game and a half, but caught four passes for an even 100 yards in the second half Saturday, including the wide-open 73-yarder.

"These guys have left a legacy at UCA with this win,' said UCA head coach Clint Conque. "I'm very pleased for this senior class and this football team to be the ones to get our first FBS win. This is an enormous accomplishment for our program, something no other UCA team has been able to do.

"I think we learned a few things two weeks ago against Hawaii, and we definitely finished better tonight. I couldn't be more happy about the win and can't wait to get in (the locker room) and celebrate with my team.'

Read more: http://www.ucasports.com/sport.asp?action=news&sportid=1&article=3265

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September 22nd, 2009, 06:41 PM
9/21

Estes Stadium - Interior

The Bears' weight room, located inside Estes Stadium, is a state-of-the-art facility with completely new equipment. The weight room is located just across the hall from both the locker room and the training room. The facility is run by the school's first-ever strength and conditioning coach, Henry Briscoe, who came on board in the fall of 2000.

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September 22nd, 2009, 06:46 PM
9/22

FARRIS CENTER TAILGATING
Fans can tailgate in the Farris Center Parking lot on games days. The lot will be open six hours before game time. The cost is $10 per vehicle per game and will be on a first come first serve basis. Spots will not be sold in advance. You must enter the parking lot from College Avenue. Tailigating will start six hours before kickoff time.

2009 TAILGATING INFO
Regular Spots $200 season
Prime spots $400 season (11 spots on fence at Estes)

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2001 (football)

Raymond "Rabbit" Burnett Football

Willie "Country" Davis Football

Monte Coleman Football

Howard Montgomery Football

Bobby Tiner Football/Baseball

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2002 (football)

Curtis Cope Football/Baseball

Randy Huffstickler Football

Richard Martin Track & Field/Football

Ken Stephens Track & Field/Football/Coaching

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2003 (football)

Leatrice Briscoe Football

Mark Turner Football/Track & Field

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2004 (football)

Melvin Bohanon Football

C.L. Turner Football/Men's Basketball

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2005 (football)

Robert Allison Baseball/Football/Men's Basketball/Track

Burl Brazell Football/Coaching

Curtis Burrow Football

Dennis Fulmer Football/Track & Field

Rush "Buddy' Harding Men's Basketball/Track & Field/Football

Shawn McGehee Football

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2006 (football)

Clyde Bell Football/Baseball/Track & Field

Tyree Davis Football

Gene Hobbs Track & Field/Football/Men's Basketball

Mike Malham Football/Coaching

Ron Mallett Football

Mike Painter Football

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2007 (football)

Phil Caldwell Football

Joe Carter Football

Vaughn Edwards Football

Jeff Fusilier Football

David Johnston Track & Field/Football

Charles "Dub" McGibbony Football/Men's Basketball/Coaching

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UCA Hall of Fame Class of 2008 and 2009 (football)

2008:
Eldon Hawley Football/Track & Field/Coaching

Don McConnaughey Football/Track & Field

Joe Fred Young Football/Coaching

2009:
Dick Hendrickson Football/Track & Field

James "Red" Morgan Football/Track & Field

Nakita Robertson Football

Steve Strange Jr. Football

Charlie Strong Football