8  Scott Vogel
Scott Vogel

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Memphis, TN

High School:
Memphis University School

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 193

Position:
Defensive Back

Experience:
4L


A three-year letterman who returns to his starting role at safety this fall ... Received the Glenn Jones 12th Man Award for his play in 2003 ... Started at cat safety in 2003 but worked at free safety in the spring due to an injury to Wesley Smith ... 2003: One of the steadiest members of the Tiger secondary in 2003 ... Was named to the 2003 All-Conference USA Team (3rd team) ... Played one of the cat safety position for the Tigers ... Registered six tackles in the season-opening win over Tennessee Tech ... Played one of the best games of his career against Ole Miss when he logged five solo tackles as well as several key pass breakups ... Had a pass interception against Ole Miss that the officials waved off but ESPN2 replays clearly showed the pick-off ... Registered five tackles against Southern Miss and had eight stops in the win over Arkansas State ... Recorded seven tackles, one pass interception and a quarterback sack in the Mississippi State game ... Logged six tackles, one pass breakup and one tackle for lost yardage in the Memphis victory over Houston ... Had one of his best outings of the 2003 season against Tulane ... Was credited with a team-leading eight tackles, two pass breakups and one interception in the Memphis victory ... Picked off a J.P. Losman pass in front of the Tulane bench and returned it 38 yards for his first career touchdown ... Was nominated for Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week ... Registered seven tackles and a fumble recovery in Memphis' victory over East Carolina ... Had two tackles and a pass breakup in the Tigers' road win against Louisville ... Registered three tackles in the Cincinnati victory and closed the regular season with five tackles against USF ... Started at cat safety in the 2003 New Orleans Bowl ... Was credited with five solo tackles in the Tigers' win over North Texas ... Finished the 2003 season with 69 tackles, two tackles for lost yardage, one quarterback sack, two pass interceptions, a team-leading 11 pass breakups, two fumble recoveries and one caused fumble ... Started the 2002 season at safety and entered fall camp as the starter at the free safety position ... Lettered as a true freshman and appeared in all 11 games during the 2001 season ... Worked as rover and as a member of the special teams ... 2002: Started for the Tigers at strong safety in 10 games during the `02 season ... Finished the season as the team's fifth-leading tackler ... Opened the campaign with six tackles and a pass break-up in the win over Murray State ... Posted eight tackles against Ole Miss and had a season-high 11 stops in the contest with Southern Mississippi ... Tallied six hits in the Tulane game and logged eight tackles against Mississippi State ... Was credited with 10 solo tackles in the Cincinnati game ... Registered four tackles, one tackle for lost yardage and his first interception of the season in the Houston game ... Had six hits and a tackle for lost yardage against USF and came back with three tackles and his second interception in the win over Army ... Ended the season with seven tackles and one tackle for lost yardage in the TCU contest ... Finished the 2002 season with 71 tackles, including 48 solo stops, three tackles for lost yardage, two pass interceptions and four pass break ups ... 2001: Opened the season with an outstanding game against Mississippi State ... Was credited with a season-high eight tackles and a pass interception in the season-opening contest with the Bulldogs ... Had four tackles the following week against UT-Chattanooga ... Registered one tackle in the USF victory and in the Houston road win ... Had two tackles against Army and one tackle in the season finale against Cincinnati ... Finished the season with 20 tackles, one tackle for lost yardage and one pass interception... Prep: Lettered as a quarterback and defensive back for the Memphis University School Owls ... Battled injuries throughout his career but put together an outstanding senior season ... Played quarterback and safety for MUS ... Helped his team to a 6-5 record in 2000 ... Passed for 672 yards and two touchdowns during 2000 season ... Rushed for 264 yards and four scores ... Was the Owls second leading tackler as a safety ... Registered 88 total tackles in 2000 and had two blocked kicks and one pass interception ... Was named to the Associated Press and Sportswriter's All-State teams in 2000 ... Was an All-Region Division II selection in 2000 ... Played in the East-West Shrine Game and was named the Defensive MVP ... Also lettered for five years in baseball at MUS ... Was recruited by SMU and Kentucky ... Is the son of Michael and Layne Vogel ... Played for coaches Jake Rudolph and Bobby Austin at MUS ... Born: 12/3/81.

VOGEL'S CAREER STATISTICS
Defense	G/S 	UT 	AT 	Tot 	FR 	Int 	Loss 	Sack
2001	11/0	13	7	20	0	1-0	1-4	0-0
2002	12/9	48	23	71	0	2-0	3-8	0-0
2003	13/13	46	23	69	2	2-38	2-9	1-6
2004 10/9 17 15 32 1 3-33 0-0 1-5 Totals 46/32 124 68 192 3 8-71 6-21 2-11
VOGEL'S CAREER STATISTICS Most tackles/Game: 11 vs Southern Miss (`02) Most solo tackles/Game: 10 vs Cincinnati (`02) Most Assisted Tackles/Game: 7 vs Southern Miss (`02) Most Interceptions/Game: 1 vs Mississippi State (`01) & Houston, Army (`02) Most Interception Return Yards/Game: 38 vs Houston (`03) Most Tackles for Loss/Game: 1 vs Mississippi State (`01) & Houston, USF, TCU (`02) Most Pass Breakups/Game: 2 vs Ole Miss, Arkansas State & Tulane (`03) Most Fumble Recoveries/Game: 1 vs East Carolina & USF (`03)

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