Career Summary: Another successful walk-on who earned a scholarship prior to the start of the 2005 season...Lettered as a true freshman after playing in six games...Played 55 offensive snaps in 2003...Was the backup center to Gene Frederic in 2004 and saw action in 54 plays that season...Joined the starting lineup in 2005...Played in nine games as a junior...Earned starting duties at center against Houston and started the final seven games of the season...Worked a season-high 80 plays in the win over Southern Miss and did not come out of the game in the final three games of the season...Was part of an offensive line that only gave up nine sacks in 2005, which led C-USA...Also helped pave the way for Heisman Trophy candidate DeAngelo Williams who led the nation in rushing average...Was highlighted on the Rimington Trophy Watch List in the spring of 2006 and during his senior season.
2006: Started all 10 of the games he played at center...Injured his neck against Southern Miss and missed the UCF game...Returned against Houston on Senior Day, but missed the season finale versus UTEP...Played every snap of six of the first seven games of the year...Worked a season-high 79 offensive plays against Marshall...Was injured after working just 17 plays against USM...Snapped the ball just nine times against Houston...Part of an offensive line that led C-USA and ranked 10th nationally in sacks allowed with just 10.
2005: A former walk-on who earned a scholarship prior to the start of the 2005 season...Played in nine games for the Tigers in 2005...Earned the role of starting center for the Houston game and started the final seven games of the season...Had 17 snaps in the season opener against Ole Miss and worked 38 offensive plays in the win over Chattanooga...Did not see action in the next three games before becoming a starter against Houston...Worked 54 of the 68 total plays against the Cougars...Handled a majority of the snaps against East Carolina, UAB and Tennessee...Worked a season-high 80 plays in the win over Southern Miss...Did not come out of the final three games against USM, Marshall and Akron...Finished the 2005 campaign participating in 478 of the team's 836 total offensive plays...Was part of an offensive line that allowed just nine sacks in 2005, which led Conference USA...Also helped the offense rank fifth nationally in rushing offense and helped pave the way for All-American tailback DeAngelo Williams to lead the nation in rushing average...Worked as the number one center in the spring and was listed on the Rimington Trophy Watch List following spring workouts.
2004: Spent the fall as the number 2 center behind All-C-USA senior Gene Frederic...Saw his first action of the season in the Ole Miss game...Worked as a backup at center for Gene Frederic and saw extended duty when Frederic left the game with an ankle injury...Worked 11 plays against the Rebels...Played in the Tigers' win over Chattanooga in Memphis...Had 13 plays against the Mocs...Had five offensive snaps in win over Houston...Totaled 10 plays in the Tiger victory against Tulane...Saw playing time at center in the season finale against USF, going six snaps...Worked two series in the GMAC Bowl, logging nine plays...Worked 54 of the team's 906 offensive plays in 2004.
2003: A walk-on candidate for the Tigers in the fall of 2003 who lettered as a true freshman after appearing in six games...Was impressive in fall camp and began to climb the depth chart...By the season opener against Tennessee Tech, had moved to the backup spot at center...Played 30 snaps in the win over the Golden Eagles in Memphis...Did not play against Ole Miss and Southern Miss, but entered the Houston game and worked the final two series in the Tiger victory...Participated in eight snaps at center against the Cougars...Worked the final series of the East Carolina victory and participated in four offensive snaps...Worked one series in the Cincinnati victory and was involved in three offensive plays...Replaced Gene Frederic in the USF game after Frederic injured his ankle and worked one series...Was credited with four snaps against USF...Finished the 2003 season playing in six of the team's 13 games...Participated in 55 of the team's 1000 offensive plays.
Prep: A three-year letterman at Germantown High for Coach Ken Netherland...Played on both the offensive and defensive lines...Helped his squad to a 13-1 record in 2002...Named to the 2002 Tennessee Sports Writers 5-A All-State team...Selected to the Associated Press first team All-State squad in 2002...Was named to The Commercial Appeal's Elite Team for 2002...Was named to the All-Shelby Metro Team (1st) in 2002...Selected to the first-team All-Region 5-A squad in 2002...Named first team All-Tennessee in 2002...Honored to the All-Shelby Suburban Team in 2002...Also lettered for three years in wrestling for the Red Devils.
Personal: Stephen Bradley Schuh is the son of Robert and Sally Hiatt...Born January 19, 1985, in Memphis, Tenn....Is the grandson of former Tiger All-American Harry Schuh, who went to Super Bowl II with the Oakland Raiders.
SCHUH'S CAREER STATISTICS Offensive Line Games/Starts Snaps/Total Snaps 2003 6/0 55/1000 2004 5/0 54/906 2005 9/7 478/836 2006 10/10 531/766 Totals 30/17 1118/3508