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20 minutes | 17 hours ago
Joe Logan former Running Back for Northern Arizona University Football Interview!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was Joe Logan. Joe Logan is the former starting running back for Northern Arizona University. This was a great interview that will help any athlete who is inspired to become a successful college athlete and student. Joe talks about graduating from NAU with a degree in Criminal Justice. Joe says that he is very thankful for his Uncle, Aunt, and Mother always being there for him. In high school Joe Competed at Estrella Foothills High School under coach Lamar Early. Rushed for over 5,500 yards during his career and recorded 85 touchdown. Was named the Friday Night Fever Offensive Player of the Year, First Team All-Section, First Team All-Division, Arizona Top 25, First Team All-Arizona, Division Player of the Year, Small School Player of the Year and Arizona Republic Player of the Year. With more than 1,800 yards and 16 touchdowns on the ground in his first three years as a Lumberjack, running back Joe Loganhad proven his effectiveness in one facet of the game. But 2019 proved Logan's worth in the passing game as well. Surpassing 70 receiving yards in four of 11 games, Logan finished his senior year with 497 yards and six touchdowns in addition to his 860 yards and 14 scores through the run game. Those 14 touchdowns on the ground ended up as the third-most in a single season for a Lumberjack while helping Logan finish his career fifth all-time with 228 points scored. That's not the only all-time ranking Logan earned, also finishing fourth in carries (543), sixth in rushing yards (2,673) and sixth in all-purpose yards (3,928).
22 minutes | 9 days ago
Coach Alex Brown Recruiting Coordinator and NFL Liaison for Rice University Football Interview!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was Alex Brown. Alex Brown is the recruiting coordinator and NFL Liaison for Rice University Football Program. Brown joined the Owls in the spring of 2019 as their Director of Football Recruiting. Owner and Operator of https://www.upcloseinpersonnel.com/ He also serves as the Owls' NFL Liaison. Brown joined Mike Bloomgren’s staff after spending the last four years recruiting for the University of Houston, most recently as Recruiting Coordinator after three seasons as Assistant Director of Player Personnel and Pro Liaison and one season as a football recruiting assistant. Prior to his time in Houston, Brown was the head central scout for Optimum Scouting for four years, where he scouted the Big 12, SEC, Southland Conference, Missouri Valley Conference, MIAA, Lone Star Conference and all D3/NAIA schools in the state of Texas. Brown graded NFL Draft prospects via film study, play charting, statistical analysis, and live evaluations (regular season, bowl games and all-star games). Brown also has stints with NFL Network (NFL Draft research assistant), USA Football (national team writer), Bleacher Report (NFL Draft Featured Columnist) and Grace Prep Academy (Assistant Football Coach).
32 minutes | 15 days ago
Alonzo Carter Recruiting Coordinator & Running Backs Coach at San Jose State University Football
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was Alonzo Carter. Alonzo Carter is the recruiting coordinator and running backs coach at San Jose State University Football. He is making a major impact on the College Football landscape not just at San Jose State University Coach Alonzo Carter has brought hundreds of coaches together nationwide through Zoom meetings with his initiative called the "Listen, Learn, Network." The object was to talk about the game within the game, which would be how do we as minority coaches, how can we move up in this industry and social injustice. Carter was inducted into the African American Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. He holds coaching certifications from the American Football Coaches Association, the California Interscholastic Federation and the California Community College Athletic Association. Carter was selected to participate in the Bill Walsh NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship program in 2017 with the San Francisco 49ers. The 2016 California State University East Bay graduate majored in African American Studies. When the school was known as Cal State Hayward, he was a member of the Pioneers' football and track and field teams. At Cal State Hayward, he and a group of friends answered an audition call, became backup dancers and rap artists, and toured extensively with iconic hip-hop musician MC Hammer. Carter was awarded a multi-platinum record signifying at least 10 million albums sold for "Please Hammer Don't Hurt Em." In August, 2020, he was named to the National Coalition of Minority Football Coaches (NCMFC) executive committee. The organization's goal is to identify and groom coaches of color, and create a list of coaching candidates for upward mobility. On campus, he now serves as an advisor to the student-athlete groups, People of Change and #SJSpeaksUp.
21 minutes | 21 days ago
J.R. Sandlin is Sr. Executive Head Coach/Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator for Jacksonville State
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was J. R. Sandlin. J.R. Sandlin is the Sr. Executive Head Coach/Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator for Jacksonville State University Football Program. Sandlin graduated from UCF in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in sports and fitness, and earned a master’s degree in sport management from the University of Alabama in 2012. Sandlin served as recruiting specialist at UCF in 2008-09. Prior to his stint at UCF, he was offensive coordinator, wide receivers coach, director of player personnel and executive football administrator at American Christian Academy from 2007-08. Sandlin joined the Notre Dame staff after serving as the director of recruiting at the University of Tennessee, and he was also on the recruiting staff at the University of Alabama. His first six seasons at JSU have seen unprecedented success for the Gamecocks. They are 58-16 and an improbable 41-6 in Ohio Valley Conference play. JSU won an OVC-record five-straight OVC titles from 2014-18.
24 minutes | a month ago
Edward Jones II Director of Player Development for Kansas University Football!
In this special episode of the Life and Football Podcast our special guest was Edward Jones II. Edward Jones II was hired by head coach Les Miles in January of 2019 as the Director of Player Development. Jones comes to Lawrence after three seasons at his alma mater, Houston, where he spent final two in the same role for the Cougars. At Houston, Jones created and oversaw the Beyond The Field program, which focuses on the personal welfare, community impact and career development of the Houston football players. Jones assisted in creating relationships with many school districts and prominent businesses in Houston, which helped achieve his mission for the football student-athletes, which was to establish an impact that will be felt for generations. In his first season at Houston, Jones served as the program’s director of high school relations and player development. Prior to joining the Houston football staff, Jones spent three seasons at Fort Bend Hightower High School, where he served as the Hurricanes’ wide receivers coach and teaching world geography. While at Fort Bend, he was part of a staff that won three-straight district championships. In addition to Jones’ teaching and coaching duties, he also served as the program’s recruiting coordinator, academic coordinator and social media director. Prior to his time at Fort Bend, Jones spent three years at Cypress Lakes High School, coaching the program’s safeties and teaching world geography.
24 minutes | a month ago
De’Cody Fagg former Professional & Florida State University Football Receiver Interview
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Cody Fagg. At 6’3″ and 210 pounds, wide receiver De’Cody Fagg had the ability to make the tough grab over the middle, but was also fast enough to make plays after the catch during his time at Florida State. In four years at FSU, Fagg had more than 1,600 yards receiving and seven career touchdowns while helping lead the Seminoles to a pair of bowl victories and the 2005 ACC championship. Growing up about 25 miles away from the campus of Florida State University, Fagg rarely thought about being anything other than a Seminole. A native of Quincy, both of his parents would often don the garnet and gold. “From the time I was a little baby, all I knew was FSU because my dad and my mom were FSU fans,” Fagg said. “With my dad working at the Tallahassee Airport, I got the chance to meet a lot of the guys when I was younger. I was able to meet Charlie Ward live in person. My brothers and I would go to a lot of FSU games.” Fagg grew up watching the great Florida State teams of the 1990s, fueled partially by talented receiving corps that included Tamarick Vanover, Kez McCorvey, E.G. Green and Andre Cooper among others. As a youth, Fagg rarely lined up out wide, but made the switch early in his career at Shanks High School. “Coming up through middle school, I was a quarterback, but by the time I transitioned to high school, I became a wide receiver since my older brother was a receiver,” he said. “He was always talking about Peter Warrick this and Peter Warrick that and once I got the chance to get to see him, there was no one more spectacular than that guy there.” After graduating high school in 2003, Fagg briefly attended Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia before heading to Florida State where he would graduate with a degree in Social Science. Fagg spent his career playing for the legendary Bobby Bowden. “He was a father figure,” Fagg said of his former coach. “He took care of all his players and treated them as his own kids no matter the situation. Spending four years with Coach Bowden taught me to be a productive young man off the field and not just on the field.” Fagg still closely follows his alma mater’s football program, which he grew up watching. Fagg said he tries to attend spring practice and some of the summer camps the school hosts. Fagg said he values the time he spent at Florida State and credits his coaches with helping mold him as a young man. The former receiver said he would recommend the school to any perspective recruits or students. “It was the best four years of my life,” Fagg said. “I think that’s where I matured a lot was off the field dealing with Coach Bowden, Coach Dawsey and Coach Fisher. They’re more like lifetime parents. It was a great experience and I wouldn’t wish anything but the best for any kid who is there now or plans on going there in the future.
23 minutes | a month ago
Richard/Richie Marsh Head Coach for Toombs County HighSchool Football Interview!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest is Richie Marsh. Richie Marsh is currently the Head Coach for Toombs County HighSchool Football Team in Georgia. Coach Marsh, played college football at Ferrum. Marsh is ranked 20th among all Head Coaches who have coached in Polk County, Florida with coaching at Frostproof and Bartow. The Toombs County Bulldogs seventh head football Coach Marsh has been a state champion linebacker, a state champion assistant coach and a head coach at two different Florida High Schools and two high schools in Georgia. He has also been a college defensive coordinator at South Eastern University and an assistant at Georgia’s most legendary high school program the ValdostaWildcats. Marsh is a defensive guy who emphasizes speed and strength and this is the third time he has been the head coach of a team nicknamed Bulldogs.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Lynnwood Wright Head Football Coach/Athletic director for Florida Central Tech Interview!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Lynnwood Wright. Coach Wood is the Head Football Coach/Athletic director for Florida Central Tech. Coach Woody started his collegiate start in 2013 as a secondary coach, defensive coordinator and associate head coach. He also served as the secondary coach in the FCS National Bowl and BCS Tropical Bowl under former Green Bay Packers coach Mike stocks. He also coached internationally for Team America where he coached under Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense of line coach, Lori Locust. With nearly two decades of secondary coaching experience, 10 of which as a defensive coordinator, Coach Wright specializes in secondary techniques, coverages, and multiple defensive sets and movements. Coach also speaks on how his cousin Ray Lewis inspired with his commitment and dedication to the game of Football.
21 minutes | 2 months ago
Southeastern University Head Football Coach Cesar Rivas Interview!
Lifeandfootball.com In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest is Cesar Rivas. Cesar Rivas is the Head Football Coach for Southeastern University. Cesar Rivas-Sandoval tabbed to lead the Southeastern University Football program as Head Football Coach in January of 2020 after serving on the staff at Azusa Pacific University as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator since 2014. This will be his 21st season of coaching. Throughout his career, Rivas has served in virtually every capacity, from head coach to offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, special teams coordinator, as well as coaching positions of quarterbacks, defensive backs, linebackers, defensive line. In 2016 and 2018 APU made its first of two NCAA Division II playoff appearances in just its third and fifth seasons of active NCAA membership. Doing so behind one of the nation’s top-ranked defenses. The Cougars finished the year among the nation’s top scoring defenses, surrendering just 16.0 points per game. In his first season at APU, the Cougars repeated as GNAC champions, posting a 10-1 record and ranked 3rd nationally in sacks and 6th in turnover margin. In 2015, the Cougars had the nation’s No. 2 pass defense. Prior to joining Azusa Pacific, Rivas-Sandoval spent the 2013 season coaching linebackers and serving as special teams coordinator at the University of Sioux Falls. He served as the head coach at Fort Lewis College (CO) for three years (2010-12). His 18-year coaching career includes experience every level of football from high school to the NCAA Division I. In 2012 he participated in the NFL’s Bill Walsh Fellowship Program as an offensive assistant with the Miami Dolphins and on defense with the Green Bay Packers in 2013. Additionally, he was selected to the NFL-NCAA Coaches Academy in Tampa Bay, FL in 2018. He most recently spent the CFL’s 2018 training camp season as a guest defensive coach with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Rivas is a San Diego native (Hilltop HS) who played college football from 1995-99 at UC Davis. Three of his first four years of coaching were in his hometown of San Diego, first at Hilltop High School and for two years at the junior college level with Southwestern College. The Life and Football Podcast is available on the following platforms Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, Pocketcasts, Radio Public, Stitcher, Player FM, & YouTube.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Jarrod Hickman - Florida State University School Head Coach/ Florida High Football!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Jarrod Hickman. Jarrod Hickman is the Head Coach for Florida State University School (Also known as Florida High). A lot of teams would loved to have had the success this team has had over the past few years. Now with a solid foundation, great coaching staff, and an awesome Administration the stars are the limit. With great leadership from Dr. Stacy Chambers, Principal Megan Brink, FSUS Director of AthleticTyrone McGriff, and Coach Hickman you can’t do nothing but Win! They do an amazing job each game organizationally from the student section, to the band, cheerleading, football team always winning, and a great game environment! By continuing to be a serious force in the State of Florida Class 3A football division. In 2017, FSUS made it to the State Semifinals against Oxbridge Academy. In 2018, the Seminoles made it to the State Semifinals again against King’s Academy. And, in 2019 Florida High defeated Lakeland Christian in the Semifinals and went on to play in the State Championship game against Chaminade-Madonna. Finishing 2019 as the State Runner up with 12-2 record. This was an excellent run for the noles and Coach Hickman. This team had success in the Big Bend and across the State of Florida in High School Football. Players from the team who made the All Big Bend 1st team Ahmari Harvey Willie Taggart Jr. Alfred Menjor Jordan Gilley 2nd team Logan Stinson Aaron Ford Tre’ Donaldson 3rd team George Henderson Amarrie Harris Sheldon Walker Honor Mention Emory Layerd Logan Brooks Christian McLaurin Kei’Arryien Green. Also Willie Taggart Jr. on being named the Class 3A player of the year and earned Offensive MVP for the North / South All Star game. This team has some great players who returned 4 star recruit Ahmari Harvey and the Gilley twins to name a few trust us they have more exciting ballers to see.
19 minutes | 2 months ago
College Gridiron Showcase - Mike Rittelman Director of Scouting and Player Personnel!!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Michael Rittelmann. Mike is the Director of Scouting and Player Personnel for the College Gridiron Showcase. The College Gridiron Showcase is a week for College Football players to Showcase their talent for a chance at Professional Football and the with Ends with a scrimmage game. Mike's background includes twenty years in the football community as a athlete, recruiter, and Coach. He is well rounded in academic settings, as well as an education that includes a Bachelors Degree in Sports Management, with a Communications minor and a Masters in Human Resources Leadership. College Gridiron Showcase is an All Star football week that will match up the best players from FBS, FCS, Division II, Division III, NAIA, and CIS in Canada. This week will showcase and provide exposure for top college senior football players from around the USA and Canada. The events and game is held in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area. Mike plays a major role with the recruitment and scouting of college football prospects at the D1,D2, D3 and NAIA level. The College Gridiron Showcase was founded by Jose Jefferson and Craig Redd.
12 minutes | 3 months ago
Josh Sterns Wide Receiver for Houston Baptist University Football Interview!!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Josh Sterns. Josh is a wide receiver for Houston Baptist University Football program. Exceptional athleticism runs in the blood of each of the six Sterns boys and the family. Josh the youngest of Sterns has a close friend at Houston Baptist University. The close friend is his brother Jerreth Sterns who also plays Wide Receiver. His brother Caden plays at Texas, Jordan played for the Kansas City Chiefs after playing collegiately at Oklahoma State and his brother Jamison played at West Texas A&M. His father James played basketball at Baylor. Josh recently caught 5 touchdowns in one game.
22 minutes | 3 months ago
Lance Leggett Speed Academy leggettspeed.com CEO Interview
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest is Lance Leggett. Leggett is the owner and operator of the Leggett Speed Academy Leggettspeed.com based in Polk County Florida, but he has online coaching as well. Leggett played Wide Receiver in college football for the University of Miami and for the NFL Cleveland Browns. In HighSchool and College Leggett was a Nationally ranked track performer who gained the confidence needed be a star on the football field. While playing for the Hurricanes Lance admitted that alot of the skill Athletes on the football team ran track in College. Leggett talks about growing up and running track under who he calls one of his best track coaches his dad. Leggett In 2006, was the ACC Outdoor Champion in the 400-hurdles (51.83), and placed second in the 110-meter hurdles (13.79) to earn All-ACC honors…Ran the anchor leg of the 4×100-meter relay that placed third at the 2006 ACC Outdoor Championships. Finished 12th in the 110-meter hurdles (14.03) at the NCAA East Regional. Earned All-ACC honors in both 2006 and 2007 during the indoor season with a second-place finish in the 60-meter hurdles both years (7.89 in 2006 and UM-record 7.79 in 2007) and ran the opening leg of the 4×400-meter relay that finished fifth in 2006.
23 minutes | 3 months ago
Marcus Floyd- Minister/ Former NFL Defensive Back
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Marcus D. Floyd. Marcus is currently a minister and business man in Polk County Florida. former American football cornerback for the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and Carolina Panthers. He played college football at Indiana University. Floyd earned all-state recognition as a senior at Bartow High School. He rushed for 1,002 yards and 14 touchdowns and helped lead his team to the 1996 Florida 4A state championship. Floyd had his #24 Jersey retired by Bartow Senior High School on October 4, 2013. At Indiana University, Floyd made 86 tackles, three interceptions, five pass deflections, two forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries in two seasons as a defensive back. He switched from running back to defensive back midway through his red shirt junior year in 1999. In 2001, Floyd won the Ted Verlihay Award, given annually to the player who demonstrates the best mental attitude and loyalty to the Hoosier football program. Floyd was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the New York Jets in 2002. He saw action in the Jets' first two games of the regular season, contributing two special teams tackles, and was inactive for one contest. He was then waived by the Jets. Floyd was then signed by the Buffalo Bills for their practice squad, but eventually was signed to the active roster for the final two contests of the season and recorded six special teams stops. He remained with the Bills until being waived prior to the 2003 season and was signed by the Carolina Panthers for the 2004 season after sitting out for all of 2003. Floyd played for the Carolina Panthers in 2004 and 2005. He was also allocated by the Carolina Panthers to play in NFL Europe, where he was the second cornerback drafted in the 2004 NFL Europe draft.
26 minutes | 3 months ago
Jim Nagy - Executive Director for Reese's Senior Bowl interview
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Jim Nagy. Jim Nagy is the Executive Director Reese's Senior Bowl / ESPN NFL draft analyst / 18-year NFL Scout/ 6x Super Bowl participant (4x Champion) / University of Michigan Alum. Nagy now makes home and living in Mobile, AL in which he dedicates his majority of his time to his family and seniorbowl.com. Jim talks about growing up with a father who coached Football. He gives us great insight on how all of the moving parts come together behind the scenes. Nagy has been a West Coast Area Scout for the Washington Redskins, a Midwest Area Scout for the New England Patriots and National Scout for the Kansas City Chiefs, Nagy has been the Southeast Area Scout for the Seattle Seahawks. His positive leadership skills acquired under legendary coaches like Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll has been a huge asset to the Reese’s Senior Bowl. The Senior Bowl is a post-season college football all-star game played each January in Mobile, Alabama, which showcases the best NFL Draft prospects of those players who have completed their college eligibility.
21 minutes | 4 months ago
Defensive Back Coach Leroy Frederick of Alcorn State University Football Interview!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Leroy Frederick. Leroy Frederick is the Defensive Back Coach for the Alcorn State University Football Team. In this interview Coach Frederick gave insight on growing up in Polk County. He also spoke on how he started his Coaching Career. Coach Frederick has experience coaching in HighSchool and JUCO Football. After doing this interview with Coach Frederick we see that he is a tremendous talent. And can tell why he's successful. He's a phenomenal Defensive Back Coach, and he's a great role model for his players.
16 minutes | 4 months ago
Danny Williams Head Coach for Lakeland Christian HighSchool Football Interview!
In this episode of the Life and Football Podcast our speical guest was Danny Williams. Danny Williams is the Head Coach for the Lakeland Christian Football Team. Coach Williams is a 2001 graduate of Bartow and graduated college from Warner. He gives us great insight on how he grew up with Coach Berry who is on his coaching staff. He coached seven years at Bartow, two under Richie Marsh and five under Shawn Killets, and was Bill Castle's running backs coach for two years at Lakeland. After doing this interview with Coach Williams we see that he is a tremendous talent. And can tell why he's successful and kids love him. He's a phenomenal football Coach, and he's a great Christian role model for his players.
14 minutes | 4 months ago
Gabe Lynn Defensive Back Coach for Houston Baptist Interview!
In this special episode of the Life and Football podcast with Gabe Lynn. Gabe Lynn is currently the Defensive Back Coach for Houston Baptist University Football. Coach Lynn gave us great insight on his upbringing and how his dad was his Coach and all of his brothers played Football. His also speaks on how he and his wife Nicole Lynn who is an agent handles their busy schedules. Prior to HBU, Lynn was cornerbacks coach at Oklahoma Baptist and at Central Oklahoma. He also coached defensive backs at Norman High School. Lynn was a three year starter at Oklahoma, where he earned All-Big 12 honors, both on the field and academically, then went on to play professionally with the Detroit Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He received his undergraduate degree in multi-disciplinary studies from OU in 2013 and his Master’s degree in human relations in 2015. The Jenks, Oklahoma, native was an Army All-American at Jenks High School.
21 minutes | 4 months ago
Rich Miano executive director of the Hula Bowl Interview!
In this episode our special guest is Rich Miano! Rich is the executive director of the Hula Bowl. Rich gives us great information on the Hula Bowl and the future of the game on live TV! The Hula Bowl is a post-season college football all-star game held annually in Hawaii, usually in January. First played in 1947, it was held annually until 2008. It was revived following the 2019 season, with the first Hula Bowl in 12 years played on January 26, 2020, at Aloha Stadium in the Halawa district of Honolulu. During its history, the game has also been played at Honolulu Stadium, and at War Memorial Stadium on the island of Maui. Miano was a walk-on for the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors college football team in 1981, and became an all-Western Athletic Conference defensive back in 1983 and 1984. Miano was selected in the sixth round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the New York Jets, where he played five seasons. After missing the entire 1990 season with a knee injury, Miano went to the Philadelphia Eagles where he played four seasons. In 1995, his final season in the NFL, he played for the Atlanta Falcons. Miano accrued a 19–4 record in two seasons as head coach of the Kaiser Cougars, including leading them to a state championship in 2013, when the team defeated Kauai in the D-II final, 17–7. In July 2014, Miano was hired as a color analyst for Hawaii football games broadcast on OC Sports. He was named the executive director of the 2020 Hula Bowl.
18 minutes | 4 months ago
Robert Rochell Defensive Back for Central Arkansas Bears!!
In this episode special guest was Robert Rochell. Robert is a Defensive Back for the Central Arkansas Bears! The University of Central Arkansas Bears picked up another national preseason ranking recently as Athlon Sports placed the Bears 11th in their 2020 preseason FCS Poll. Robert talks about growing up in Shreveport, LA. He talks about having moving from Track on to football. Robert also speaks on wanting better for he and his family. He is really appreciate about having a chance to possibly playing in the Senior Bowl! High School he Played at Fair Park High School in Shreveport, LA. 2015 All-District team, 2015 All-Shreveport team, 922 rushing yard in 2015 on 93 carries, 465 receiving yards on 25 receptions, 3 pass breakups, and finished third in the state of Louisiana in 100 meters. In 2018 he appeared to emerge as one of the best in the country by playing in all 11 games with eight starts at cornerback, led the Bears with four interceptions (38 yards), added six pass breakups and forced a fumble, had a pair of interceptions vs. Abilene Christian, had season-high six tackles vs. Sam Houston State, forced a fumble vs. Murray State.
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