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    80 Days! (AGS Countdown 2019)

    Harvard #80:

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    80 TUCKER CANNON

    • POSITION Wide Receiver
    • HEIGHT 6-0
    • WEIGHT 192
    • CLASS Redshirt Junior
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    • HOMETOWN Dunwoody, Ga.
    • HIGH SCHOOL Wesleyan School

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    2018
    • Played in all 11 games, primarily as Mercer's starting slot receiver
    • Ranked fourth on the team with 212 receiving yards & 17 receptions
    • Caught two touchdowns vs. The Citadel & at Wofford
    • Hauled in a season-high 50 receiving yards at Yale
    • Tallied six games with at least two receptions, including a season-best four in an upset of No. 9 Samford
    • Served as Mercer's backup punt returner, taking three returns for a total of 73 yards
    • Had a season-best 51-yard punt return at VMI

    2017
    • Played in all 11 games as a redshirt freshman, primarily as backup receiver & on special teams
    • Recorded eight receptions for 75 yards (9.3 yards per catch)
    • Had two catches vs. Chattanooga (Oct. 14) & Samford (Nov. 4)

    2016
    • Redshirted during first year on campus
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    #80 isn't assigned to a Furman player, meet head coach Clay Hendrix



    Collegiate Playing Record
    Furman — 39-11-1


    Collegiate Assistant Coaching Record
    Furman — 155-77-1
    NCST — 12-10-1
    Air Force — 76-53


    Collegiate Head Coaching Record
    Furman — 14-10

    Introduced as Furman’s new head football coach by director of athletics Mike Buddie on December 19, 2016, Clay Hendrix in one season has already helped reinvigorate a Paladin football program long accustomed to success.


    Hendrix, a former standout Paladin offensive guard and assistant coach who returned to his alma mater following a decade as an assistant coach at the United States Air Force Academy, directed Furman to an 8-5 campaign and Football Championship (FCS) playoff appearance in 2017, improving on a three-win 2016 season and defying a preseason No. 7 Southern Conference tab by playing for a share of league title in the regular season finale en route to finishing a consensus No. 20 in two major FCS polls.


    That Hendrix was able to orchestrate an impressive rebound of Paladin football was just what Buddie envisioned when he named him the 23rd head coach in the history of Furman football, which dates from 1889.


    Following a pair of narrow, heartbreaking losses in its first three games a year ago, Furman reeled off seven straight wins — the program’s longest run of success streak since 1999 — en route its first appearance in the polls since 2014. The winning streak helped the Paladins garner their first playoff berth and postseason victory since 2013, and was recognized for its significance by Hendrix landing consensus SoCon Coach of the Year honors in voting by his peers and media.


    Fueling Furman’s resurgence was a staple of former Paladin greatness and hallmark of Hendrix’s coaching DNA — a balanced, high powered offense (32.6 ppg) driven by an effective running game and efficient passing attack (168.54 rating). Also playing a key role was a young, aggressive Paladin defense that led the league in sacks (34).


    All told, 13 Paladins earned All-SoCon honors in 2017, highlighted by All-America center Matthew Schmidt, who extended Furman’s unmatched tradition of producing Jacobs Blocking Award winners by becoming the school’s 13th recipient (and seventh Hendrix pupil) to capture the prestigious honor.


    Furman’s successful 2017 campaign extended Hendrix’s legacy of notable success and consistency, underscored in the fact that in 36 years of collegiate football, spanning his years as a player and as an assistant coach, he has been part of 30 winning teams that have combined to go 290-156-3 (.649).


    In 10 years at the Air Force Academy, where he coached the offensive line and served as offensive coordinator for five seasons, as well as associate head coach over the last seven campaigns, Hendrix played a pivotal role in the Falcons producing some of the top rushing attacks in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). That productivity translated into a 77-53 record (.592), nine bowl game appearances, and four Commander-in-Chief’s Trophies, which is awarded annually based on head-to-head results among the three service academies.


    Air Force led the Mountain West Conference (MWC) in rushing and ranked in the top 10 nationally eight times in the last 10 years due, in part, to the quality work of Hendrix-directed offensive lines. All told, 19 Falcon offensive linemen garnered all-conference recognition and 21 players under Hendrix’s guidance landed Academic All-MWC honors during his tenure in Colorado Springs.


    In 2016 Air Force posted a 10-3 record and 5-3 mark in the MWC, won its fourth Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy this decade, and defeated South Alabama in the Arizona Bowl following a 27-20 win over 19th-ranked Boise State on Nov. 25. The Falcons ranked third nationally in rushing offense (322.8 ypg), seventh in FBS in third down conversion percentage (51.4), and averaged over 451.4 yards per game in total offense along with 34.3 points per game.


    The victory over Boise State represented the latest in an impressive list of Air Force triumphs with Hendrix on staff. In 2014 the Falcons defeated 21st-ranked Colorado State (27-24) during the regular season and knocked off Western Michigan (38-24) in the Idaho Potato Bowl to complete a 10-3 campaign. In 2010 Air Force downed Georgia Tech (14-7) in the Independence Bowl, a year after beating 25th-ranked Houston (45-20) in the Armed Forces Bowl. In his first season there, the Falcons handed Notre Dame its biggest setback (41-24) to a service academy since 1963.


    Hendrix paved his way to Air Force with an exemplary 19-year record of accomplishment as an assistant coach at Furman, where he served as offensive line coach each year, recruiting coordinator for three seasons, and assistant head coach over his final five campaigns. From 1988-2006 he helped the Paladins post a 155-77-1 record (.667), including a 100-45 Southern Conference mark (.690) that led to six league championships, 11 NCAA FCS (formerly I-AA) playoff appearances, a national runner-up finish in 2001, and 1988 national championship — the first by a SoCon member school and private university in FCS history.


    Over his final eight seasons on the Paladin staff (1999-06), Furman registered a 73-28 record (.723) and 47-14 worksheet (.770) against SoCon competition en route to three league championships, seven FCS playoff berths, 2001 national runner-up campaign, and seven top 10 final national rankings.


    Hendrix-directed offensive lines and powerful rushing attacks were central in one of the greatest eras in Furman history. In 1999 Furman knocked off North Carolina (28-3) on the strength of a 177-yard rushing performance by tailback Louis Ivory, and in 2000 averaged a school record 307.1 yards per game rushing to spearhead Ivory’s run to the Walter Payton Award, the FCS equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. The next year a Paladin line featuring three All-Americans keyed an 12-3 campaign, highlighted by a 24-17 playoff semifinal road win over Georgia Southern that halted the Eagles’ NCAA record 39-game home winning streak.


    In 2005 a potent Paladin ground game was central to Furman scoring 64 touchdowns and averaging 470.0 yards per game — both school standards.


    In recognition terms, 25 Hendrix-coached players earned first team all-conference honors and 13 garnered All-America laurels during his Paladin assistant coaching tenure. In addition, five products — center Steve Duggan (1990), guard Ben Hall (1999), tackle Josh Moore (2000), tackle Donnie Littlejohn (2001), and tackle Ben Bainbridge (2004) — captured the SoCon’s Jacobs Blocking Award. A sixth recipient, tackle Joel Bell, who was recruited and developed by Hendrix, garnered the award in 2008.


    Three of Furman’s SoCon leading 15 Academic All-Americans — guards Eric Walter (1990 & ‘91) and Adi Filipovic (2006) — are Hendrix products.


    A native of Commerce, Ga., where he was a three-sport standout in football, wrestling, and golf as a prep, he starred as an offensive guard on the gridiron, helping Commerce High School to a 13-1 record and 1981 Class 2A state championship.


    He came to Furman in 1982 on a football scholarship under head coach Dick Sheridan and over the next four years, including three seasons as a starter under the tutelage of offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell, played a role in the Paladins posting a 39-10-1 record, winning SoCon championships in 1982, ‘83, and ‘85, and finishing as national runner-up his senior year — a season that saw him earn all-state recognition. Furman also recorded impressive wins over South Carolina (1982), Georgia Tech (1983), and North Carolina State (1984 & ‘85) during his playing tenure.


    Following graduation in 1986, he joined Sheridan’s staff at N.C. State for the 1986 and ‘87 seasons — the first of which featured a Peach Bowl appearance. The Wolfpack beat ACC regular season champion Clemson in 1986 and the seventh-ranked Tigers again the following year.


    He returned to Furman in 1988 as offensive line coach under head coach Jimmy Satterfield and his influence quickly led to success as Furman registered a 13-2 record and claimed the NCAA FCS championship with a 17-12 triumph over Georgia Southern.


    He and his wife, LeeAnn Hedgpeth ‘90 of Taylors, S.C., have two sons, Cal and Mac.


    WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT CLAY HENDRIX


    “What an incredible opportunity to bring in Clay Hendrix, who is as complete a person, football coach, recruiter, and competitor as we could have here at the Air Force Academy, to lead the football program at Furman University. Clay and LeeAnn were tremendous representatives of our program and will certainly be the same for Furman.”


    Troy Calhoun, Head Football Coach
    Air Force Academy


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    “Furman has hit a grand slam in the hiring of former Paladin Clay Hendrix. I had the honor of working with coach Hendrix while coaching at the Air Force Academy and competing against him when at Appalachian State, and he is outstanding. Clay’s knowledge of the game, emphasis on fundamentals, ability to motivate his players, evaluate student-athletes, and recruit make him one of the top coaches in college football. As good a coach as Clay Hendrix is, he is a better person and wonderful role model to everyone."


    Tim Horton, Running Backs Coach
    Auburn University


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    “I had a chance to work with Clay Hendrix at Air Force, my alma mater, and was there when he came for his interview in 2006. He is a great man and an outstanding person and football coach. I could not be happier for him with the opportunity to get back to his school. He will do a great job!”


    Jemal Singleton, Running Backs Coach
    Indianapolis Colts


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    “There is no better person than Clay Hendrix — a class act all the way and a tremendous football coach who will represent Furman in an outstanding manner. He is more than deserving of this opportunity and comes from a long legacy of winning and championship football. His players absolutely love him. He drives them hard — in the right way — and has that right combination that allows him to get the most out of them. I’m really excited for Clay and LeeAnn and know of their love for Furman. It’s a dream come true, and I know he will be successful as Furman’s head coach.”


    Tim DeRuyter, Head Coach
    Fresno State (2012-16)


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    “Clay Hendrix is one of my all-time favorites and one of the smartest — if not the smartest — players I’ve ever coached. He’s been successful everywhere he’s gone, and I wish him nothing but the best in his new position at Furman.”


    Robbie Caldwell ‘76, Offensive Line Coach
    Clemson University
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    #80 not currently assigned





    DAMIAN MINCEY


    Position: Running Backs Coach - 2nd season
    Alma Mater: New Haven
    Graduating Year: 2002
    Prievous Colleges: Pace, UMass


    Damian Mincey enters his second season as the University at Albany football program's running backs coach.


    In 2018, he coached Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks and Karl Mofor, who combined to rush for nine touchdowns and more than 1,300 yards.


    Mincey came to the Great Danes from Pace University, where had served as defensive coordinator since 2015.


    Before joining the Pace staff, Mince worked as the first football coach for the Capital Region Education Council School District in Hartford, Conn. He also was a defensive coordinator for East Coast Prep in Great Barrington, Mass., for the 2013 season and at East Catholic High School in Manchester, Conn., in 2012.


    From 2006-2011, Mincey was on the University of Massachusetts football staff, working as assistant linebackers coach (2006-07), linebackers coach (2008-2010) and tight ends coach (2011). He also assisted with coaching special teams.


    Mincey earned a Bachelor of Scienece degree from the University of New Haven in 2002. He was a three-year starter for the Chargers, playing two seasons on the offensive line and one on the defensive line.





    WILL FIACCHI


    Position: Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach - third season
    Hometown: Marcellus, N.Y.
    High School: Marcellus
    Alma Mater: Albany
    Graduating Year: 2014
    Prievous College: St. John Fisher


    Will Fiacchi, a three-year team captain and former academic All-American, enters his third season on his alma mater's coaching staff in 2019. Fiacchi serves as the University at Albany's wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator.


    Fiacchi had come back to the Great Danes as an offensive assistant in 2017 after being a quarterbacks coach and video coordinator at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y.


    A 2014 graduate of UAlbany, Fiacchi still ranks as the program's all-time leading passer with 7,150 career yards. He holds team records for most pass completions in a game (28), season (207) and career (602). He made 35 consecutive starts at quarterback.
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    WR:#80 Tamrick Pace 6-3; 200 Brownsboro, Texas (Brownsboro) (Sr.)

    CAREER- GP:31; REC:147; YDS:2,104; TDS:20

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    - 2017 All-Southland Conference Second Team
    - 2016 All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention / Hero Sports FCS First Team Freshman All-American



    2018 (Junior): Played in 9 games, caught 42 passes for 623 yards and 7 TDs. Had 7 catches for 158 yards and 2 TDs against Lamar, 8 catches for 128 yards with 1 TD against Northwestern State and 2 TD receptions against Sam Houston State.



    2017 (Sophomore):
    All-Southland Conference Second Team offense selection ... Led SFA in receptions (53) and receiving yards (645) for the second consecutive season ... Was second in touchdowns (5) and third in scoring ... Averaged 4.8 receptions per game to rank 55th nationally and fourth in the Southland ... Ranked sixth in the 11-team league in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, while ninth in receiving yards per game (58.6) ... Led all Lumberjack receivers in yards per catch (12.2) ... Posted two 100-yard receiving games and had five or more receptions in eight different contests ... Was the lone SFA wide receiver to start every game, recording at least one catch in all 11 games ... Reached the 1,000-yard receiving mark for his career in just 15 games played, achieving the career milestone on a 17-yard catch in the 20-10 road win at Abilene Christian (Sept. 23) ... Claimed a season-best seven receptions on three separate occasions ... Racked up 65 yards on seven catches with a touchdown in the home opener versus Southern Utah (Sept. 9) ... Had a 13-yard rush and hauled in a 24-yard fourth-quarter touchdown in the thrilling 37-31 home victory over Incarnate Word (Sept. 16) ... Notched 64 yards on seven receptions against 25th-rankedMcNeese (Sept. 30) ... Earned 100 yards on six catches with a season-long 53-yard reception against No. 11/9 Sam Houston State in the 92nd Battle of the Piney Woods at NRG Stadium in Houston ... Registered a season-high 145 yards on seven catches with a touchdown and a 42-yard reception in the 34-7 road rout of Lamar (Oct. 28) ... Closed out the year with six receptions for 65 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown catch, at Northwestern State in the 52nd Battle for Chief Caddo (Nov. 18) ... Also claimed a tackle on kickoff coverage during the win at Lamar.



    2016 (Freshman): 2016 Hero Sports FCS first team Freshman All-American ... 2016 All-Southland Conference honorable mention selection ... Played in all 11 games as a true freshman with eight starts at wide receiver ... Led SFA in receptions (52), receiving yards (836) and touchdowns (8), ranking second all-time in program history among freshmen in each category ... Ranked fourth in the SLC receiving yards per game (76.0), tied for fifth in touchdowns and seventh in receptions per game (4.7) ... Ranked second among freshmen nationally in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns ... Registered four 100-yard receiving games in 2016, led by a season-best 187 yards on eight receptions with a touchdown at Houston Baptist ... Caught a season-high 11 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown against Sam Houston State at NRG Stadium ... Recorded eight receptions for 142 yards and a touchdown in the win over Northwestern State ... Posted five catches for 104 yards and a touchdown at Nicholls ... Opened his collegiate career with two catches for 48 yards and a touchdown at Texas Tech ... Caught five passes each in the wins against Abilene Christian (55 yards) and at Incarnate Word (75 yards), pulling in touchdown receptions in each ... Caught the game-winning touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter as SFA won at 13th-rankedMcNeese ... Came to be known as SFA's big play receiver, pulling in six passes of 40-yards or longer on the year, including 49-yarders at Nicholls and at Houston Baptist.



    Prior to SFA: Three year starter at Brownsboro High School, playing quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back … Two-time all-district selection … All-region selection in 2015 … All-East Texas Dream Team selection as a junior … Posted 112 catches for 2,203 yards and 39 touchdowns during his prep career … Tied school single-game record with 214 receiving yards … Coached by Jason Hooker … Also lettered four times in both basketball and track and field … Named basketball’s district MVP and all-region selection … Regional qualifier in track as a member of the Brownsboro relay teams … Three star recruit by 247 Sports … Son of Curtis and Latammia Warren … Collegiate major is undecided.

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    Dang some of these players look like teenagers while others look like grown freakin' men! Must be the beards!

    UCA #80- Freshman (so no college stats yet)



    Chris Howard
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    • Career: 1,215 yards 18 TD
    • 2018 Season: 54 catches 744 yards 4 TD
    • 2018 Season: 496 Return yards 1 TD
    • 2018 7A State Champion
    Lakeland HS Final National Ranking #18
    • 2018 7-7A All District selection
    • Two time Lakeland Ledger Player of the Week selection
    • 247 Listed Prospect
    * Other Offers: Idaho, South Dakota State, Tennessee Tech, Tennessee Chattanooga
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    Since no one is currently assigned to #80, today we'll highlight another tight end who could be wearing #80 this year:



    Jess Smith





    Class: Redshirt sophomore
    Hometown: Seneca, S.C.
    High School: Seneca, HS
    Height / Weight: 5-9 / 175
    Position: Tight End


    2017 (Freshman): Did not see game action, taking a redshirt.

    Prior to Western Carolina: Played free safety and outside linebacker at Seneca High as a prep ... Was selected to the Region 1-AAA All-Region team as a senior.





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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cats View Post



    Since no one is currently assigned to #80, today we'll highlight another tight end who could be wearing #80 this year:



    Jess Smith





    Class: Redshirt sophomore
    Hometown: Seneca, S.C.
    High School: Seneca, HS
    Height / Weight: 5-9 / 175
    Position: Tight End


    2017 (Freshman): Did not see game action, taking a redshirt.

    Prior to Western Carolina: Played free safety and outside linebacker at Seneca High as a prep ... Was selected to the Region 1-AAA All-Region team as a senior.





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    Montana #80




    Mitch Roberts - WR
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    6'1", 191 lbs.
    Missoula, MT
    Sentinel HS


    '18 Stats:

    1 Catch, 6 yds.

    1/1 Comp./Att. (100%)
    0 Passing yds.


    Awards:

    Academic All-Big Sky x1 ('18)



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