Frank Morton Returns As A Starter At DT

In June of 2003 the Ohio State coaching staff was ecstatic to get a soft verbal commitment from Frank Morton, a 280-pound defensive tackle/offensive guard from Southwest Dekalb High School in Decatur, Ga. Morton was coming off a junior season in which he produced 128 tackles, 8 sacks, 24 tackles for loss
August 6, 2007

Avery Williams Still A Starter On The D'Line

Holding a 3.2 GPA and a 17 ACT, good quickness and average strength for his size, Avery Williams drew a lot of recruiting interest. He boasted early offers from Baylor, Rice and New Mexico. He was also hearing early from Arkansas, Houston, Oregon, LSU and Arizona State. ASU, Colorado State, Utah, and Tulane also offered Avery scholarships
August 2, 2007

Tulane Spring Preview: Defense

The move of Brandon Spincer, who moved to strong safety prior to the 2004 season, back to linebacker does help to solidify the starting group, giving defensive coordinator Eric Schumann and linebacker coach Garrett Chachere three solid senior starters
February 24, 2005

Tulane - Navy To Kick Off At 6 P.M.

While Chris Beckman's 43.3-yard punting average leads the league and ranks 17th nationally, even more amazing is the fact that NOT ONE of his 37 punts have gone into the end zone for a touchback. Beckman has landed 14 punts inside the 20-yard line, with seven of those pinning opponents inside the 10
November 6, 2004

Wayne's Notebook: September 22, 2004

The three are DE Antonio Harris, DT Ryan Johnson and DT Avery Williams
September 22, 2004

Wayne's Notebook: September 6, 2004

The four starters were sophomore Billy Harrison at one end, sophomore Tremell Jack at one tackle, with true freshman Avery Williams at the other tackle and true freshman Antonio Harris at the other end.
September 6, 2004

Tulane Dons Full Pads For First Time In 2004

The Green Wave continued its drill work, working on positional assignments, as well as offensive and defensive schemes. In addition, the morning closed with a segment of goal line situations as the players accustomed themselves to full contact for the first time this fall. Throughout the practice, the defense seemed to control the action.
August 14, 2004

Tulane Defensive Tackle Signees Need Redshirt Year

Tonight let's take a look at how these two players stack up against each other physically, using their individual Nike combine results from last spring and comparing those results to the minimum standards looked for at pro combines.
February 24, 2004