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Florida A&M at a glance

By Times staff

© St. Petersburg Times, published August 25, 2000


WHERE: Tallahassee.

ENROLLMENT: 10,000.

CONFERENCE: Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.

COLORS: Orange and green.

STADIUM: Bragg Memorial, capacity 25,500 (natural grass).

COACH: Billy Joe (26 years, 203-81-4, seventh year at FAMU 52-19).

LAST YEAR: 8-3, 7-1 MEAC.

KEY RETURNEES: QB Quinn Gray (81-171, 7 int, 13 TD); WR Jaquay Nunnally (68 rec, 774 yards, 7 TD); OL Freddie Moore; OL Derrick Gay; LB Patrick Burrows; DE Jauron Dailey (19 tackles, 2 sacks).

KEY LOSSES: WR Cainon Lamb (65 rec, 1040 yards, 13 TD); QB JaJuan Seider (149-252, 2 int, 2,048 yards, 23 TD); WR Cedric Mitchell (35 rec, 406 yards); DT Tyronn Johnson (37 tackles, 8 sacks).

ADDITIONS: P/K Juan Vasquez (Miami Coral Reef); WR T.J. Hines (Tampa Catholic, Univ. South Carolina); DL Gudea Morris (St. Petersburg); WR Leonidas Haggins (Lakeland George Jenkins); TE Kristian Perry (Lithonia, Geo.).

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