Noteworthy: If a most improved player award was given out in the spring, Pascoe would have been in the running ... Enters fall camp as the starter at right guard ... Benches 430 (up 15 pounds from spring 2000) and power cleans 319 ... Has improved his speed in every area and his vertical leap from 24.5 to 27.5 ... His cousin, Dean Hammell, played for the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys.
2000: Saw action in nine games, including four as a starter at left guard ... Earned starts against Murray State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe and UAB (team went 3-1 in those games) ... Averaged 33.3 snaps a game on the offensive line ... Saw a career best 61 snaps against Louisiana Tech, while collecting 55 plays at Maryland and 51 against UAB ... Graded out at a personal best 75 percent against Maryland and Louisiana-Lafayette ... Registered a total of 36 knockdowns on the season, including a career-high seven against Murray State ... Voted the team's "Best Finisher" following the Maryland game and was "Lineman of the Week" after the UAB contest.
1999: Played in 10 games and earned his only start against Arizona ... Also saw action on special teams ... Averaged 31.4 snaps a game during the eight contests he played offensive tackle ... Had a season-high 44 snaps at Mississippi State and 43 against Central Florida ... Graded out a personal best 74 percent against UT Martin and Louisiana Tech ... Also collected six knockdowns versus the Skyhawks.
1998: Took a redshirt year.
High School: Was a first team all-state and all-area selection as a senior ... Voted team's co-MVP his senior year along with competing in the area all-star game ... Placed fourth in the state weightlifting tournament in 1998 ... Lettered in football, weightlifting, and track ... Played football for coach Bob Bowling.
Personal: Parents: Curt Pascoe and Kathy Grassia ... Born: 3/1/80 ... Major: Computer Information Systems.