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Southeast Returns Home to Face Austin Peay in OVC Matchup

Oct. 30, 2007

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Date: Nov. 3, 2007
Kickoff: 1:00 p.m.
Location: Houck Stadium, Cape Girardeau, Mo. (10,000)
Affiliations: Austin Peay, NCAA FCS, OVC, Southeast Missouri State, NCAA FCS, OVC
2006 Records: Austin Peay, 3-6, Southeast Missouri State 4-7, 2-6 (OVC)
2007 Records: Austin Peay 5-3, 3-2 OVC, SE Missouri 2-6, 0-5 OVC
The Coaches: Rick Christophel is 5-3 in his 1st year at Austin Peay. Tony Samuel is 6-13 at Southeast, 40-70 in overall in his 10th year.
Web Cast: OVCSports.TV
Radio: Southeast Radio Network anchored by K-103 FM in Cape Girardeau. Other network stations include 1380 ESPN in St. Louis, KSIM in Sikeston, KWOC in Poplar Bluff and KMAL in Malden. Erik Sean will do play-by-play with Rick Wieser offering analysis.
Internet: Southeast Radio Network broadcast can be heard over the internet at

THE TEAMS: Southeast Missouri is 2-6 overall and 0-5 in the OVC. The Redhawks losses in the OVC are to Samford, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky, Murray State and Tennessee-Martin. Their non-conference loss was to nationally ranked BCS opponent Cincinnati. The wins are over Southwest Baptist and Indiana State. Austin Peay is 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the OVC.

THE COACHES: Tony Samuel is 6-13 in his second season at Southeast. He is 40-70 in his 10th year as a collegiate head coach including eight seasons at New Mexico State. Rick Christophel is 5-3 in his first season at Austin Peay.

THE SERIES: The Redhawks lead the series 7-4.

LAST SEASON: Southeast beat the Governors 38-13 in Clarksville. The game was tied 10-10 at the half, but the Redhawks outscored Peay 28-3 in the second half.

REDHAWKS THIRD IN OVC RUSHING: Southeast was held to only 60 yards rushing against UT-Martin and dropped to third in the OVC with 196.3 yards per game. The Redhawks rank 29th nationally in rushing.

SPADA ON TARGET: Junior kicker/punter Doug Spada had a career long field goal of 50 yards against Murray State. Spada ranks 2nd in the OVC and 12th nationally in punting with an average of 42.60 yards per punt and he is tied for 17th nationally in field goals with 1.38 per game. He has been on target connecting on 11-13 field goals and 10-11 PAT's while averaging 42.14 yards per punt. He has field goals of 25, 49, 38, 25, 48, 46, 27, 26, 38, 28,50 and 21 yards. His only misses were from 40 yards vs. Murray State and 50 yards at Cincinnati. Louie Haseltine, a member of the Southeast baseball team, serves as a backup for Spada. Haseltine was a high school kicker and punter at De Smet Jesuit High School in St. Louis.

REDHAWKS 10TH NATIONALLY IN NET PUNTING: With Spada's punting and good coverage, the Redhawks rank 10th nationally in net punting with with 36.70 net yards per punt.

CASPER LEADS OVC IN TACKLES: Senior linebacker Adam Casper, a first team preseason all-OVC choice, leads the OVC in tackles with 10.57 to rank 18th nationally. He had a career high 20 tackles against Eastern Illinois. Jared Goodson ranks fifth in the OVC with 9.3 tackles per game. Casper did not play against UT-Martin because of a knee injury. He is probable for the Austin Peay game.

PETERSON CONTRIBUTES: Senior running back Elton Peterson has been granted an additional year of eligibility by the NCAA and played for the first time this season against Indiana State. Peterson who appeared only briefly in two games as a freshman petitioned the NCAA for the additional year, and was granted nine games this season. He has been a valuable all purpose back with 21 carries for 117 yards, 27 kickoff returns for 597 yards and four punt returns for 28 yards. He averages 123.7 yards per game in all-purpose running.

LILLARD IS BACK: Quarterback Houston Lillard, who did not play against Eastern Illinois or Eastern Kentucky because of an injury (ribs), played in the fourth quarter against Murray State and completed 8-13 passes for 139 yards with one interception. Lillard started against UT-Martin and was 15-23 passing for 252 yards and two touchdowns with one interception. On the season, Lillard has completed 49-78 passes for 631 yards and three touchdown with three interceptions. He is completing 63% of his passes with an efficiency rating of 135.77.

EDWARDS LEADS RECEIVERS: Miles Edwards leads the Redhawks in receiving with 15 catches for 178 yards and two touchdowns. Tight end Joseph Tuineau has 14 catches for a team-high 228 yards.

Vincent Anderson GOES TO DEFENSE: Vincent Anderson, twin brother of Victor Anderson, was moved to defensive safety prior to the Eastern Kentucky game. As a receiver he had 12 catches for 122 yards. He had a seasonal best six catches for 75 yards against Indiana State. On defense, in thee games, he has 22 tackles and has broken up three passes.

Victor Anderson FOLLOWS: Victor Anderson moved from quarterback to a safety prior to the UT-Martin game. Anderson follows his twin brother, Vincent, who made the move from offense to defense two weeks ago. Victor was the Redhawks starting quarterback for six of the first seven games but asked for the move to defense. In his first game in the secondary, Victor Anderson had six tackles including five unassisted stops.

HOLLOMAN RULED INELIGIBLE: Southeast announced on Oct. 9 that junior running back Timmy Holloman, who had over 100 yards rushing in each of his last four games, had been found in violation of NCAA eligibility rules and therefore has been declared ineligible effective immediately. The period of ineligibility is indefinite. Holloman led the Redhawks in rushing with 131 yards per game to rank first in the OVC. In OVC games only, Holloman led the league with 151.5 yards per game. He also led the team in scoring with six touchdowns for 36 points. In OVC games only, Holloman led the league in scoring with 9 points per game. HOLLOMAN CAREER RUSHING: Holloman currently has 1,996 career rushing yards. He has eight games with over 100 yards rushing and two games with over 200 yards rushing. Holloman had rushed for over 100 yards in each of the last four games. He had 655 yards rushing this season.

1. 3,392, Kelvin Anderson (1992-94)
2. 3,006, Walter Smallwood (1965-68)
3. 2,617, Ernest Edwards (1979-82)
4. 1,996, Timmy Holloman (2005-Present)

CALVIN GOES 100: Eddie Calvin became the 26th player in the history of NCAA FCS to return an interception for 100 yards in the Southwest Baptist game. He is the third in OVC history to do so.

OVC HONORS: Junior quarterback Victor Anderson was voted the OVC Newcomer of the Week for his performance at Cincinnati. Anderson, a junior college transfer, rushed for a game-high 118 yards on 13 carries, good for an average of 9.1 yards per run. He also went 8-16 passing with 58 yards through the air.

INJURIES: Senior linebacker Adam Casper left the Murray State game with a knee injury but is probable this week. Defensive back Antoine Chillers (leg) and defensive end Brian Turner (knee) were injured in the Cincinnati game and will be out indefinitely. Defensive linebacker Joshua Jackson (foot) and offensive lineman Matt Paris (leg) have missed the first eight games because of injuries. Sophomore fullback Nathan Grassi had an appendectomy last week and is out indefinitely. Kicker Colin Schermann will also miss the game because of a head injury received in a ladder accident at his home prior to the start of fall drills.

CAPTAINS: The Redhawks team elected four captains for the 2007 season. Senior linebacker Adam Casper, offensive lineman Francisco Perez, fullback Clint Jones and wide receiver Michael Williamson.

REDHAWKS IN THE NFL: Four former Redhawks players are on NFL rosters. Eugene Amano is a center for the Tennessee Titans, Dimitri Patterson is a cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs, Edgar Jones is an outside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens and Dan Connolly is an offensive lineman for the New England Patriots.

REDHAWKS AGAIN HAVE ST. LOUIS RADIO STATION: The Southeast Missouri Football Radio Network will again include 1380 ESPN Radio in St. Louis. The network, operated by Mississippi River Radio will be anchored by 100,000-watt K-103 FM in Cape Girardeau. Other network stations include KSIM, Sikeston; KWOC, Poplar Bluff and KMAL, Malden. Erik Sean will be the play-by-play voice of Redhawks football with former quarterback Rick Wieser adding commentary for home games and Ron Hines, Sports Information Director, handling commentary on road games. Todd Bonacki will be a sideline reporter for home games.

REDHAWKS FOOTBALL WITH Tony Samuel: Samuel will have a weekly 30-minute television show on The Heartland's CW, WQWQ-TV. The show will air at 11:05 p.m. on Fridays and will be hosted by KFVS-TV sports director Todd Richards. The show will also be shown on Charter Cable Channel 11 on Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., and 12-noon. The show can also be seen on The Storm Team 24-hour Weather Channel at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, 3 p.m. on Thursday, 7 p.m. on Friday and 11 a.m. on Saturday. The weather channel is on channel 12.4 using a digital tuner and is also on channel 113 on most Southeast Missouri Charter systems and on channel 249 on Comcast Cable in the Paducah area.

COACH SAMUEL ON RADIO: Coach Samuel can be heard each Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., live from Port Cape Girardeau, on KGIR Radio, 1220 AM. Erik Sean hosts the show that will include audience participation and call-ins.

OVC SPORTS.TV: Southeast football games will be video streamed on the Ohio Valley Conference's premium website, which can be accessed by logging on to the league's official website, Subscriptions are available on an annual, seasonal and per event basis.


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