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2010 Football Roster


Mark Fisher

Class: Sr.
Position: OL
Height: 6-3
Weight: 290 pounds
Previous School: Goodpasture HS
Hometown: Nashville, TN

Honors: 2010 - Voted Second Team All-Sun Belt by the league's coaches and media ... Earned the Dr. James E. Walker Junior Academic Award ... Presented the Offensive Dedication Award from the weight room at the season-ending banquet ... 2009 - Named 2nd team All-Sun Belt by the league's coaches and media ... Voted 2nd team All-Sun Belt by Phil Steele ... Named 1st team All-Sun Belt by Rivals.com ... Earned the most improved strength training award for offensive linemen at the conclusion of spring drills ... 2008 - Named third team All-Sun Belt by Phil Steele ... Earned the Jeanne Massaquoi Freshman Academic Award for 2007-08.

2010: Played and started 12 games ... Selected one of four permanent captains ... Was third among linemen with 788 snaps played and had 50 knockdowns ... Led all linemen with 15 winning grades ... Played all 41 offensive snaps against Minnesota and was selected a game captain ... Was in on a season-high 92 plays in win over APSU ... Played 26 snaps at Memphis before going down with a knee injury ... Missed the Louisiana game ... Started against Troy and played 71 snaps ... Voted a game captain for ULM ... Led all linemen with 88 snaps at ASU ... Played all 66 offensive snaps at WKU and all 66 against FIU ... Also was in on all 65 plays against Miami.

2009: Played and started all 13 games at right tackle ... His 946 snaps played were second most among linemen, including a season-high 95 against North Texas ... Had 70 or more snaps seven times ... Earned 11 winning grades from the coaching staff ... Turned in nine games with a grade of 80 percent or better, including a season-best 91 percent against FIU ... Registered 57 knockdowns for the year with a season-high of 10 against ULL ... Only allowed two sacks all season ... Was part of an offensive line that allowed the Blue Raiders to rush for 385 yards in win over FIU and 243 yards in the New Orleans Bowl win over USM ... Graded out a line-best 86 percent against USM.

2008: One of four linemen to start all 12 games ... Played 741 snaps to rank fourth among linemen, including a season-high 73 at Mississippi State ... Earned six winning grades from the coaches ... Voted the most improved offensive lineman in strength and conditioning during the spring ... Suffered a torn labrum (shoulder) midway through spring drills ... Started against Troy despite not seeing any contact work during preseason camp while recovering from his shoulder injury (played 54 snaps) ... Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack against Maryland, Kentucky, or Mississippi State ... Played all 66 offensive snaps against FAU.

2007: Saw action in all 12 games and earned 10 starts ... Was in on 761 total snaps and was credited with five winning grades ... Played two snaps at tackle in the season opener at FAU ... Made his first collegiate start at Louisville and played all 59 offensive snaps (65 total) ... Started at LSU and played all 54 plays and was in on all 64 offensive plays against WKU ... Was in for 67 snaps in win over FIU, 79 against Virginia, and 80 at Memphis ... Played all 85 snaps against ASU and had 84 against North Texas ... Did not start but did play 49 snaps at ULM ... Played all 69 offensive plays against ULL and all 56 at Troy.

High School: Finalist for the Class 2A Mr. Football Lineman of the Year award in 2006 ... A two-time all-state and three-time all-region selection ... Named to the All-Tennessee Dream Team (Tennessee/Kentucky All-Star game) ... Collected 87 tackles, eight sacks, two interceptions, and four fumble recoveries in leading Goodpasture High School to a berth in the state championship game and a 14-1 record ... Earned all-state and first team all-region honors as a junior after making 81 tackles (8 sacks for 52 yards), four blocked passes, two interceptions, four fumble recoveries, and five caused fumbles ... Invited to the Army All-American bowl after his junior year ... For his career, Fisher had a cumulative offensive line grade of 93 percent while collecting 22 sacks and five interceptions (3 returned for touchdowns) on defense ... Played for Coach David Martin.

Full Name: Mark Warner Fisher ... Parents: Terry and Rosemary Fisher ... Born: 1/13/89 ... Major: Pre-Medicine.



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