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  Graeson Underwood connected with Christian Hilton on a 51-yard touchdown with 3:37 left in the game to lift The Citadel to a 26-22 win over VMI Saturday afternoon to win The Military Classic of the South rivalry game. The Bulldogs took a 14-3 lead at intermission, but VMI roared back with three third-quarter touchdowns after Eric Rankin blocked a Citadel punt and Elijah Quamiley returned it 20 yards for a touchdown to take a 22-14 lead.

Cooper Wallace ran eight yards for a touchdown to get the Bulldogs within two, 22-20, but the-two-point conversion attempt to tie it failed. After the Keydets were forced to punt with 6:04 left, The Citadel went 78 yards in six plays for the game-winning score. The Citadel (4-7, 3-5 Southern) finished with 319 yards on the ground, with Wallace leading the effort with 94 yards on nine carries. Three quarterbacks combined to go 18 of 24 for 232 yards to lead VMI (1-10, 0-8). - The Citadel/AP College Football


Fr/2026 WR Christian HiltonThe Citadel
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  Graeson Underwood threw a touchdown pass and six different running backs scored touchdowns as The Citadel rolled to a 66-0 victory over HBCU-member Virginia Lynchburg on Saturday. Peyton Derrick's 1-yard touchdown run, Chris Beverly's 48-yard interception-return score and Colby Kintner's 47-yard field goal staked The Citadel (3-7) to a 17-0 lead after one quarter and the Bulldogs never looked back.

Underwood's scoring toss was a 14-yarder to J.J. Hudson late in the third quarter, upping The Citadel's lead to 45-0. Braden Walker accounted for two of the Bulldogs' seven rushing touchdowns. Hudson, Cooper Wallace, Johnny Crawford III and Ha'Keem Monroe also ran for a score. Underwood completed 3 of 4 passes for 79 yards for the Bulldogs. Derrick was 0-of-6 passing with an interception. Alvaro Otega-Morales and backup Fanelle Andrus combined to complete only 9 of 26 passes for 80 yards with four interceptions - three by Andrus - for Virginia Lynchburg. David Anderson carried 20 times for 77 yards. The Dragons totaled only 108 yards of offense. - The Citadel/AP College Football


rSr/2023 FS Chris BeverlyThe Citadel
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  Graeson Underwood passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third, Ricky Conway scored on a run and a reception and The Citadel raced past Western Carolina 34-21 on Saturday. Underwood's 1-yard plunge was the only score in the first quarter and in the second he connected with Conway for a 26-yard touchdown and Jay Graves-Billips for a 32-yarder as the Bulldogs (2-5, 2-3 Southern Conference) went up 24-0 at the half. Conway's 5-yard run capped a 16-play, 75-yard drive that chewed up the first 9:08 of the second half upped the lead 31-0. Underwood was 4-of-7 passing for 82 yards and kept the ball 36 times for 129 rushing yards. The Bulldogs had 312 yards on the ground and had the ball more than 15 minutes longer than the Catamounts. Cole Gonzales threw for two touchdowns for Western Carolina (3-5, 1-4). - AP College Football

rSr/2023 RB Alex RamseyThe Citadel
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  SEPT 12 SOCON SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Colby Kintner, Jr., K, The Citadel, Windermere, Fla.,...Kicker Colby Kintner bookended the scoring in The Citadel's 20-17 win over No. 8/9 ETSU on Saturday, including hitting the game-winning 39-yard field goal as time expired. The junior from Windermere, Florida, scored eight points on the afternoon, getting the scoring started with a 36-yard field goal with 10:50 to play in the opening frame on The Citadel's opening drive and tacking on PATs in the second and third quarters. Kintner also kicked off four times for an average of 50.5 yards in the contest as the Bulldogs knocked off their highest-ranked opponent since 2016. Other nominees: Bradley Porcellato (Samford), Jack Culbreath (VMI) and Richard McCollum (Western Carolina). - SoCon Football

rSo/2025 K Colby KintnerThe Citadel
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Destin Mack, Sr., The Citadel,...Mack, who was a Second-Team All-SoCon selection following the 2021 season, returns for his final season after sharing the conference lead with five interceptions a season ago. His 142 return yards ranked third in the FCS. One of the premiere corners in the conference, Mack added 45 tackles and two pass break-ups to go along with his five interceptions. He also recovered a fumble and blocked a pair of kicks. - The Citadel Football

Sr/2023 CB Destin MackThe Citadel
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LB Marquise Blount, Sr., The Citadel,...Blount returns for his final season as the emotional leader of the Bulldog defense. He is coming off a season in which he led the Bulldogs with 3.5 sacks, 6.5 tackles-for-loss and six quarterback hurries. He also finished among the team leaders with 51 tackles. - The Citadel Football

rSr/2023 ILB Marquise BlountThe Citadel
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Carson Hatchett, Jr., The Citadel,...Hatchett, who was an All-Freshman selection following the spring season, returns for his third year as a starter along the defensive front. Last season, Hatchett finished with 44 tackles, including a pair of sacks and 4.0 tackles-for-loss. He also added three quarterback hurries and a pair of pass break-ups. - The Citadel Football

rJr/2024 DE Carson HatchettThe Citadel
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Tereis Drayton, Jr., The Citadel,...Drayton has been a mainstay along the Bulldog front the last three seasons. He played one season at guard, and will be starting at tackle for the second-straight year. Drayton played every snap a season ago and helped the Bulldogs once again rank in the Top 10 nationally in rushing yards per game and time of possession. Last season, the Bulldogs rushing attack ran for 2,951 yards and 30 touchdowns. - The Citadel Football

rJr/2024 OG Tereis DraytonThe Citadel
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  2021 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LB Willie Eubanks III, Sr., The Citadel,...Eubanks earned second-team honors from both the coaches and the media in a shortened senior season. In seven games, Eubanks finished with 59 tackles, 31 solo, 2.0 tackles-for-loss, two pass break-ups, four quarterback hurries and a forced fumble. Eubanks finished his career as a three-time All-SoCon selection, including being named the 2019 SoCon Defensive Player of the Year. The All-American was also a two-time finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award. - Citadel Football

rSr/2022 OLB Willie Eubanks IIIThe Citadel
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  2021 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P Matt Campbell, Jr., The Citadel,...In a vote by the league's head coaches, punter Matt Campbell was selected to the first team, while linebacker Willie Eubanks III, defensive back Destin Mack and long snapper Steele Judy were named to the second team. Poole was joined on the freshman team by Tyler Cherry. The media picked four Bulldogs to the second team: offensive lineman Haden Haas, Eubanks, Mack and Judy. Campbell was named to the first team for the fourth-straight year. - Citadel Football

rSr/2022 P Matt CampbellThe Citadel
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  2021 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (COACHES): Dominick Poole, The Citadel,...Poole finished the season with 51 tackles, 27 solo, two interceptions and nine pass break-ups in 11 games. His nine pass break-ups are tied for the second most in the Southern Conference. He had one of the biggest plays of the season as he broke up a pass on a two-point conversion to give the Bulldogs an overtime victory over Wofford. - Citadel Football

rSo/2025 CB Dominick PooleThe Citadel
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  2021 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (COACHES): Tyler Cherry, The Citadel,...Cherry was named to the freshman team after finishing with 12 catches for 240 yards and a touchdown. He caught his first career touchdown against Mercer, a 48-yard grab in the first quarter. - Citadel Football

rSo/2025 WR Tyler CherryThe Citadel
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  2021 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LS Steele Judy, R-Fr., The Citadel,...Judy was named to the second-team in the first year the league has honored long snappers. Judy snapped on all punts and field goals without a bad snap. He was also credited with a tackle. - Citadel Football

Jr/2024 LS Steele JudyThe Citadel
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  2021 ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DB Destin Mack, Jr., The Citadel,...Mack was honored by the league's coaches and media after tying for the league lead with five interceptions. His biggest interception came in the final game as he picked off a pass to preserve the victory over Chattanooga. Mack finished the season with 45 tackles, 32 solo, 2.0 tackles-for-loss, seven passes defended, a fumble recovery and two blocked kicks. - Citadel Football

Sr/2023 CB Destin MackThe Citadel
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  Jaylan Adams threw for two touchdowns and ran for two and Dominick Poole broke up a two-point conversion pass in overtime and The Citadel edged Wofford 45-44 on Saturday in the battle for the Big Dog Trophy. Adams opened the overtime with a 13-yard scamper but the Terriers came right back to score when Peyton Derrick dumped off a pass to Ryan Ingram for a 23-yard answer. But Wofford elected to go for two and Poole knocked down the slant pass.

Wofford (1-9, 0-8 Southern Conference) led 28-17 at halftime but couldn't stop the relentless ground game of The Citadel (3-7, 2-5) in this in-state rivalry. Adams was 6 of 9 for 121 yards and rushed for 53 yards. Cooper Wallace had 19 carries for 127 yards. The Citadel ran for 344 yards and piled up 465 yards on 83 plays. Wofford had 447 yards, but ran 31 fewer plays so the Terriers averaged 8.6 yards a play, three more than The Citadel, which had an 11-minute advantage in time of possession. Derrick was just 7 of 12 for 181 yards but four were touchdowns. Alec Holt had four catches for 137 yards and two scores, one covering 75 yards. Irvin Mulligan ran 13 times for 116 yards. - The Citadel/AP College Football


rSr/2022 OLB Willie Eubanks IIIThe Citadel
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