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  There is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the return of athletics at Coastal Carolina University, including how teams will handle coronavirus testing and in what manner games will be played. But two things are clear. There will be athletic department spending cuts in multiple forms, and the Chanticleers will try to play their 2020 football schedule in full. CCU athletics and on-campus classes have been suspended since early March because of COVID-19, and the university has suffered financially because of the pandemic, which will be reflected in athletics. The Chants are scheduled to begin their football season on Sept. 5 at South Carolina. "In our situation, our plan is to play our 12 games," CCU director of athletics Matt Hogue said Tuesday. "So far I think the plan for the Sun Belt [Conference] is everyone seems to be uniform in the goal to move forward with the season as scheduled, and right now it remains on schedule, as do the other fall sports we compete in." Hogue said no scheduled football opponents have contacted him requesting a change. "This is an every day evolving situation as everyone knows so certainly you could have a significant change that affects all of that," he said. - Myrtle Beach Online

(DS#23 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Tarron Jackson, Coastal Carolina (Jr., DL, Aiken, S.C.),...A 2018 third-team All-Sun Belt pick, Jackson led the Sun Belt and set a new Coastal single-season record with 10.0 sacks on the season. His 72 yards lost from his 10.0 sacks on the season is also a CCU single-season record. He also led the team and ranked fifth in the Sun Belt with 13.0 tackles-for-loss, of which 9.5 came in conference play, and was second on the team with a total of 60 tackles on the season. He added a school-record 13 quarterback hurries, forced two fumbles, and tallied two pass breakups from his defensive end position. Named a 2019 team captain, Jackson recorded five tackles or more in six of the Chants' 12 games on the season, including a career-high 10 stops in the home contest versus Georgia State on Oct. 12. Jackson capped off the season by tying the CCU single-game record of 3.0 sacks in the regular-season finale win over Texas State on Nov. 30. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2021 DE Tarron JacksonCoastal Carolina
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  12/16/19 - Trey CarterrSr/2021, Coastal Carolina, 6-0, 305 (DS#48 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-SUN BELT THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Trey Carter, Coastal Carolina (Jr., OL, Monroeville, Ala.),...A two-time All-Sun Belt honorable mention selection that last two years, the 2019 Rimington Trophy watch list member earned third-team honors this season. Carter, who played in and started all 12 games upfront for CCU this season, has played in and started all 36 games over the last three years. One of two offensive captains, Carter played both at the center and right guard positions this season for the CCU offense which recorded over 400 yards of total offense four times, including a season-high 636 yards in the road win at UMass on Sept. 21.

Carter graded out as the top offensive lineman for CCU in 11 of the 12 games this season. He had a team-high 14 knockdowns in the road win at Kansas, the Chants' first-ever win over a Power 5 opponent, 12 in the home win over Troy and 11 more in the road contest at Arkansas State. Behind Carter and the offensive line unit, the Chants were 23-for-29 (79.3 percent) on fourth-down attempts which is the second-best percentage in the Sun Belt and third nationally. The 23 fourth-down conversions are the third-most nationally behind only Army and Navy with 24. - Coastal Carolina Football


(DS#48 C) rSr/2021 C Trey CarterCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina (So., TE, Maiden, Mass.),...A 2019 John Mackey Award watch list member, Likely was one of just 21 players in all of the Sun Belt to record a 100-yard receiving game with 107 yards in the season-finale versus Texas State on Nov. 23. The sophomore tight end was a constant threat for the Chants' offense this season, as he hauled in at least one pass in all 12 games and has recorded a reception in 15-straight games dating back to last season. He finished the season ranked among the league leaders in tight ends with 32 receptions, 431 receiving yards and a team-high five touchdowns. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#23 TE) Jr/2022 TE Isaiah LikelyCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Chandler Kryst, Coastal Carolina (Sr., DB, Tega Cay, S.C.),...In his final season as a Chant, Kryst did not disappoint as he led the team and was tied for the Sun Belt lead with five interceptions on the season, which is tied for the fourth-most in a single season in CCU history. Kryst also led the team and ranked eighth in the Sun Belt in passes defended with 11 and was one of only six players in all of the Sun Belt to register two interceptions in the same game which came in the 12-7 road win at Kansas on Sept. 7. For his performance at Kansas, he was named the Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week. The fifth-year Chant, who was also a Burlsworth Trophy nominee, finished the season with 37 tackles, 3.0 tackles-for-loss and six pass breakups over 12 starts in the very young defensive secondary. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#128 CB) Sr/2020 CB Chandler KrystCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Teddy Gallagher, Coastal Carolina (Jr., LB, Los Angeles, Calif.),...Despite missing the last game of the season due to a lower-body injury, the junior linebacker still led the team and ranked 10th in the Sun Belt in total tackles with 88 on the season. His average of 8.0 tackles per game ranked seventh in the Sun Belt, while his average of 8.9 stops per contest in conference play ranked fifth in the league. The California native recorded five tackles or more in nine of the 11 games in which he played in, including a team-high 15 tackles at Georgia Southern (Oct. 19), 14 stops versus Georgia State (Oct. 12) and 10 tackles at both Kansas (Sept. 7) and Appalachian State (Sept. 28). - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#999 ILB) Sr/2021 ILB Teddy GallagherCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Sterling Johnson, Coastal Carolina (Sr., DL, Clayton, N.C.),...In his final year of collegiate football, the redshirt senior embraced his new role as the nose tackle in CCU's new 3-4 defensive scheme in 2019, as he totaled 41 tackles, 10.0 tackles-for-loss, and 3.5 sacks in 11 games on the season. Johnson's 10.0 tackles-for-loss were tied for ninth overall in the Sun Belt, while his 3.5 sacks on the year ranked 19th overall in the league. Johnson, who missed the Georgia State (Oct. 12) contest due to an injury, four total tackles or more in six games, including a season-high eight stops in the season opener versus Eastern Michigan (Aug. 31). He also picked up at least 0.5 tackle-for-loss in all 11 games in which he played in as well. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#65 DT) Sr/2020 DT Sterling JohnsonCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT THIRD TEAM (COACHES): C.J. Brewer, Coastal Carolina (Jr., DL, Bowdon, Ga.),...Moving into a full-time starting role this season, the redshirt junior defensive tackle finished third on the team with 54 total tackles and 7.5 tackles-for-loss. He also added 3.0 sacks, eight quarterback hurries, and three pass breakups while lining up for the Chants on the defensive line in all 12 games. Brewer got stronger as the season wore on, as the Georgia native totaled 43 tackles over the eight Sun Belt Conference games, an average of 5.4 per contest. He registered five tackles or more in five contests on the season highlighted by a career-high 13 stops at home versus Georgia State on Oct. 12. He also added six tackles at Appalachian State (Sept. 28), at Georgia Southern (Oct. 19) and versus Troy (Nov. 2). - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#999 DT) Sr/2021 DT C.J. BrewerCoastal Carolina
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  12/16/19 - CJ MarablerSr/2021, Coastal Carolina, 5-09, 190 (DS#65 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina (Jr., RB, Decatur, Ga.),...In his first season as a feature back, the junior running back led the team in rushing with 1,085 yards on the season which ranked fourth in the Sun Belt. He etched his name in the CCU record books as he became just the fourth Chant to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season. His 1,000-yard rushing season is only the sixth in school history joining De'Angelo Henderson (2014, 2015 and 2016), Lorenzo Taliaferro (2013) and Patrick Hall (2004). One of four team captains for 2019, Marable led the team in rushing attempts (204), rushing touchdowns (11), total touchdowns (14), and all-purpose yards (1418), while ranking second on the team in receptions (38) and receiving touchdowns (3).

Marable, who ranked third in the Sun Belt in total touchdowns (14), fourth in scoring (86), and seventh in all-purpose yards per game (118.2), totaled six 100-yard rushing games on the season. His six 100-yard rushing games was the third-most in the Sun Belt, while his career-high game of 172 rushing yards at ULM on Nov. 23 was the seventh-most rushing yards in a game by a player in the Sun Belt in 2019. He also scored a touchdown either on the ground or through the air in 11 of CCU's 12 games on the season and has caught at least one pass in 20-straight games dating back to last season. - Coastal Carolina Football


(DS#65 RB) rSr/2021 RB CJ MarableCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Ethan Howard, Coastal Carolina (RSr., OL, Brookwood, Ala.),...Playing with a shoulder injury that is need of surgery all season long, Howard solidified the left side of the CCU offensive line this season. Playing in 10 games this year, Howard had his consecutive streak of starts and games played snapped at 35 when he missed the Louisiana game due to an injury. He finished his career with 37 starts over 44 games played. Lining up at left tackle this season for the CCU offense, CCU gained over 400 yards of total offense four times this season, including a season-high 636 yards in the road win at UMass on Sept. 21. Howard graded out at 90 or higher in eight of his 10 games on the season including being the highest-rated Chant offensive lineman in the home contest versus Georgia State on Oct. 12. With the help of Howard upfront, the Chants were 23-for-29 (79.3 percent) on fourth-down attempts which is the second-best percentage in the Sun Belt and third nationally. The 23 fourth-down conversions are the third-most nationally behind only Army and Navy with 24. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#999 OT) rSr/2020 OT Ethan HowardCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Jaivon Heiligh, Coastal Carolina (So., WR, Venice, Fla.),...The sophomore wideout came on strong for the Chanticleers in his second season at CCU, as he led the team in catches (46) and receiving yards (497), and was second in receiving touchdowns (3) on the season. Heiligh, who led the team with an average of 41.7 receiving yards per game, hauled in at least one pass in all 12 games on the season and extended his streak to 15-straight games with at least one reception dating back to last year. One of just 21 players in the entire conference to record a 100-yard receiving game, the Florida native total 107 yards on 12 catches in the 36-35 come-from-behind win over Troy on Nov. 2. His 12 receptions in that contest were the most in a single game by a Chanticleer in the program's history, while his 100-yard receiving game was the first for a Chant not named Malcolm Williams since 2017. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#999 WR) Jr/2022 WR Jaivon HeilighCoastal Carolina
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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Shadell Bell, Coastal Carolina (RSr., TE, Decatur, Ga.),...A 2018 co-captain and veteran leader in the locker room, Bell played in all 12 games for the Chants in 2019, starting four at tight end. The Clemson transfer caught nine passes for 81 yards and two touchdowns on the season while splitting time with fellow tight ends Likely and Michael McFarlane. Bell caught at least one pass in eight games on the season, including a 16-yard touchdown pass in the season opener versus Eastern Michigan on Aug. 31 and a one-yard score in the regular-season finale against Texas State on Nov. 30. In his two years at Coastal, Bell caught 17 passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns. - Coastal Carolina Football

(DS#32 FB) rSr/2020 FB Shadell BellCoastal Carolina
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  11/30/19 - CJ MarablerSr/2021, Coastal Carolina, 5-09, 190 (DS#65 RB) + More +

  CJ Marable rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina snapped a three-game skid with a 24-21 victory over Texas State on Saturday in the season finale for both teams. Marable topped the 100-yard mark for the sixth time this season and finished the season with 1,085 yards on the ground to become the fourth Chanticleer to accomplish the feat. Coastal Carolina (5-7, 2-6 Sun Belt Conference) took a 7-0 lead midway through the second quarter when backup quarterback Fred Payton hit Shadell Bell for a 1-yard score. It was Bell's only catch of the game. Texas State (3-9, 2-6) used just one play to pull even - Tyler Vitt's 64-yard scoring strike to Mason Hays on first down with 3:07 left in the quarter.

The Chanticleers took a 14-7 lead in the third quarter when starting QB Bryce Carpenter connected with Isaiah Likely for a 28-yard TD with 3:42 remaining. Massimo Biscardi's 47-yard field goal early the fourth quarter stretched Coastal Carolina's lead to 17-7, but the Bobcats drove 67 yards in four plays - using a pass from wide receiver Hutch White to Vitt to pull within 17-14. Marable took over for the Chanticleers on the ensuing drive. The junior rushing for 46 of the 69 yards in the 10-play march that end with Marable's 3-yard TD run and a 24-14 lead with 4:03 left. - AP College Football


(DS#65 RB) rSr/2021 RB CJ MarableCoastal Carolina
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  11/02/19 - CJ MarablerSr/2021, Coastal Carolina, 5-09, 190 (DS#65 RB) + More +

  CJ Marable crashed into the end zone in the final seconds of the game, then skirted around the left side for the 2-point conversion to give Coastal Carolina a 36-35 win over Troy on Saturday afternoon. The Chanticleers fell short on the initial conversion try but Troy was called for pass interference in the end zone. Marable, who scored from the 3 for the touchdown, walked into the end zone on the next play for the victory. The Trojans still had 30 seconds remaining but were thwarted on a pass-and-lateral play that fell far short. It was the first Sun Belt Conference win this year for Coastal Carolina (4-4, 1-3).

Troy's Kaylon Geiger went up high over the defender to pull down a 23-yard scoring strike in the end zone for a 35-28 lead with 8:34 remaining in the final quarter. The teams traded punts before the Chanticleers mounted their 11-play, 71-yard winning drive. Bryce Carpenter threw for 285 yards and one score and Marable finished with 52 yards on 14 carries. Jaivon Heiligh caught 12 passes for 107 yards. Kaleb Barker threw for 385 yards for Troy (3-5, 1-3) with Geiger hauling in 12 for 145 yards. - AP College Football


(DS#65 RB) rSr/2021 RB CJ MarableCoastal Carolina
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  Bryce Carpenter threw for 104 yards and two scores and rushed for 102 yards, Fred Payton threw for 203 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina pummeled Massachusetts 62-28 in a nonconference game on Saturday afternoon. CJ Marable scored two touchdowns while rushing for 100 yards as the Chanticleers posted the most points since putting up 70 against Charleston Southern in 2010. Their 42 first-half points tied a school record as the Chanticleers led 42-14 going into the break. Coastal Carolina (3-1) amassed 636 total yards while limiting the Minuteman to 306. The Chanticleer rushed for 302 yards and threw for 334. Randall West threw for 108 yards and two TDs for winless UMass (0-4). The Chanticleers, who opened the season with a 30-23 loss to Eastern Michigan, face Appalachian State next week. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2022 QB Bryce CarpenterCoastal Carolina
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