15  Travis Anglin
Travis Anglin

RS Senior

Columbus, GA

High School:
John Shaw HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 210

Wide Receiver


A three year letterman at quarterback who was moved to wide receiver in the final four games of the 2001 season ... Spent the spring working as a receiver and in the first full scrimmage of the spring caught five passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns ... Gives the Tigers a big receiver with great speed ... 2001: Was the Tigers starting quarterback in 2001 ... Opened the season against Mississippi State ... Threw for 145 yards in win over UT-Chattanooga and rushed for 78 yards ... Was responsible for four touchdowns scored in the UT-Chattanooga victory ... His 78 yards rushing against Chattanooga were a career high as were his 17 rushing attempts ... His 15 completions against Chattanooga ranked as his second best performance as a Tiger ... Completed a 45 yard pass to Ryan Johnson in the win over South Florida ... Injured his shoulder in the Louisville game ... Re-injured the shoulder against Southern Mississippi ... Had completed just one-of-three pass attempts before leaving the USM contest ... Entered the Houston game as a wide receiver and threw one pass from that formation ... Played receiver in the East Carolina game for one series ... Worked as a receiver for most of the UAB game and had his first pass reception ... Caught a six-yard pass from Danny Wimprine ... Scored his first career receiving touchdown in the Tennessee game ... Caught a ten-yard pass from Danny Wimprine against the Vols ... Played receiver in the Army game ... Completed the 2001 season playing receiver against Cincinnati ... Had one catch for 37 yards against the Bearcats ... His 37 yard reception as a wide out was his longest of the season ... Had one pass reception of 45 yards as a quarterback on a tailback pass ... Led the team in average yards per catch in 2001 ... Had four catches for 98 yards and one touchdown... Averaged 24.5 yards per reception ...Was named the Paul Gingold MVP of the Blue-Gray Game ... Completed 9-of-11 pass attempts for 135 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score in leading the offense to a 35-0 win ... Finished the spring completing 16-of-32 attempts for 257 yards and two touchdowns ... Averaged 16.1 yards per pass completion in spring drills ... Rushed the ball 19 times for 102 yards and two additional scores ... Averaged 5.1 yards per carry in the spring scrimmages ... 2000: Was the Tigers starter at quarterback when the team opened the 2000 season ... Completed eight of 27 pass attempts for 66 yards against Mississippi State ... Rushed the ball 15 times for 32 yards against the Bulldogs ... Led the team to its first win of the season in the second contest of the year against Louisiana-Monroe ... Ran the ball 12 times for 34 yards and two touchdowns and completed 11-of-22 pass attempts for 80 yards ... Opened the Arkansas State game in Jonesboro and during the first half of play, had two carries for 32 yards and hit on 6-of-12 pass attempts for 55 yards and one touchdown ... On his second rushing attempt sustained a severe high ankle sprain which would in effect knock him out for the remainder of the season ... Was able to play one series against UAB in October but was too limited in his mobility ... Sat out the remainder of the 2000 campaign ... Finished the 2000 season with 98 yards rushing and two touchdowns and completed 26-of-60 pass attempts for 200 yards and one score ... Sustained a torn capsular in his right shoulder in winter conditioning ... Had surgery on March 31,2000 to repair damage ... Missed most of spring drills leading into the 2000 season ... 1999: Became a starter at quarterback for the Tigers in the Tulane game ... Started the last four games of the season but shared playing time with Neil Suber throughout the campaign ... Led the Tigers to wins in three of the final four games ... Was named to the 1999 Conference USA All-Freshman Team and was selected the 1999 co-Conference USA Freshman of the Year ... Saw his first collegiate action in the season opener against Ole Miss ... Had just two rushes and no pass attempts against the Rebels ... Completed his first collegiate pass to true freshman Casey Rooney in the Mississippi State game ... Also rushed for his first college touchdown in the Mississippi State game ... Finished the Mississippi State game with 20 yards rushing on six attempts ... Threw his first college touchdown pass the following week against Arkansas State ... Gained 39 yards rushing and scored one touchdown against ASU and completed his only pass attempt to Damien Dodson for 32 yards and a score ... Completed four passes for 96 yards and one score before suffering a separated shoulder against Missouri ... Sat out the UAB game before returning to action against Louisville ... Rushed for 38 yards and one touchdown and completed 10-of-17 passes for 90 yards against the Cardinals ... Became the starter for the Tulane game and responded by completing 16-of-23 pass attempts for 221 yards and two touchdowns ... Led Memphis to a 49-7 win over Tulane ... Threw for 163 yards in the Southern Mississippi game and had 118 yards passing in win over Army ... Closed out the 1999 campaign with 113 yards passing and one touchdown pass in the win over Cincinnati ... Had a 49-yard touchdown pass to Billy Kendall against Cincinnati ... Finished the season with 57 rushes for 123 yards and three touchdowns ... Completed 68-of-125 passes attempts for 856 yards and five touchdowns in 1999 ... Threw 10 pass interceptions ... Worked out with the Tiger baseball team in the spring of `99 but did not play due to football obligations ... Moved to the number two quarterback slot in the spring of `99 when junior Stephen Galbraith was injured ... Had a 36-yard touchdown run in the Blue-Gray Game to help the Blue team to a 14-6 win ... Finished the spring completing nine of 22 passes for 54 yards and one touchdown ... ... Ran a 4.52 forty yard dash on spring timing day ... 1998: Was redshirted during the 1998 season ... Spent the 1998 season working as a member of the offensive scout team ... Prep: An outstanding athlete who excelled in both football and baseball ... Was an All-Bi-City selection in football and baseball ... Pigskin Preps' Magazine compared Anglin to Auburn's Dameyune Craig ... Passed for 920 yards and 10 touchdowns and rushed for 980 yards and scored 13 touchdowns in 1997 ... Listed in Jeff Whitaker's Deep South Football Recruiting Guide as all-around athlete ... Led team to playoffs as a junior completing 47-of-103 pass attempts for 676 yards ... Career totals read over 2,500 yards rushing and 2,200 yards passing ... Was rated among the Top Twenty baseball players in state of Georgia ... Works as a centerfielder in baseball and batted .357 during the 1997 season ... Was a high school teammate of Tiger defensive end Andre Arnold ... Was an honor roll student at Shaw High ... Played for coach Charlie Flowers at Shaw ... Born: 5/17/80 ... Is the son of Roosevelt and Linda Anglin.


Total OffenseGRushPassPlaysY/GYds/P

Career Highs
Most Rushes/Game: 15 vs Miss State (`00)
Most Rush Y/G: 39 vs Arkansas State (`99)
Longest Run: 28 vs Arkansas State (`00)
Most Rushing Touchdowns/Game: 2 vs LA-Monroe (`00)
Most Patt Attemps/Game: 29 vs Southern Miss (`99)
Most Completions/Game: 16 vs Tulane (`99)
Highest Completion Percentage/Game: .695 vs Tulane (`99)
Most Pass Y/Game: 221 vs Tulane (`99)
Most Touchdown Passes/Game: 2 vs Tulane (`99)
Longest Completion: 49 vs Missouri & Cincinnati (`99)
Most Pass Receptions/Game: 1 (four times in `01)
Most Yards Receiving/Game: 45 vs South Florida (`01)
Most TD Receptions/Game: 1 vs Tennessee (`01)

Game-By-Game Review

9/23/01South Florida14545.0045
9/3/01Miss State760561
9/22/01Sou. Florida1290941
10/6/01Southern Miss31010
9/2/00Miss State2780662
9/11/99Miss State621170
11/6/99Southern Miss291421630
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