Josh Norman and Andrae Jacobs Earn First Team All-Big South
Coastal Carolina, who had 492 yards of total offense compared to 261 by Western, closes the season with three consecutive wins
Coastal improves to 4-1 all-time against Presbyterian with the win.
Pregame Ceremony to begin at 5:30 pm
2010 (Jr.): Played in all 12 games, starting seven ... Ranked 10th in the Big South in sacks (2.5) and forced fumbles (2) ... His six tackles for loss were a career best, helping Coastal lead the Big South and rank 16th in the NCAA in TFLs (7.5 per game) ... Had at least a half TFL in five of his six Big South games and at least a half TFL in six of the final seven games of 2010 ... Was on pace for postseason honors, ranking among the nation's top tacklers among defensive tackles, having 38 stops through seven games ... In the span, had seven tackles at Towson, six versus Delaware State, seven (five solo) at Presbyterian and a career-high nine (six solo) versus Stony Brook ... Added a forced fumble at West Virginia and Presbyterian ... Only had seven tackles over the next four game before finishing strong with a six-tackle performance in the NCAA FCS playoff game versus Western Illinois ... Only had two tackles at Gardner-Webb but one came on third and goal from the two for no gain, forcing a field goal in overtime.
2009 (So.): Played in all 11 games, getting the starting nod six times ... Had 23 tackles, including 1.5 for losses ... Had at least one tackle in every game, except the Presbyterian contest ... Had a fumble recovery versus VMI ... Registered a season-high four stops versus Towson, adding three tackles versus Kent State and Liberty.
2008 (RFr.): Played in all 12 contests his redshirt freshman year, getting four starts ... Had 10 total tackles on the year, three of them solo ... Had a pair of tackles each against Towson and at VMI ... Recorded tackles in eight contests overall.
2007 (Fr.): Did not see any action, earning the redshirt year.
Prior to Coastal Carolina: Was a three-year letterwinner for the Bears... As a senior, earned Second Team All-Region 1-5A and First Team All-Houston County and All-Middle Georgia after recording 79 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, four sacks, three pass breakups, one fumble recovery and two forced fumbles... Had 55 tackles his junior season... Lettered as an offensive guard his sophomore year... Also ran track, qualifying for the state semifinals in the 110-meter hurdles his junior year, and played basketball.
Personal: Son of Robert and Melba Holman.