Tremaine Turner

Tremaine  Turner

Springfield, Tenn.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 200




2003: Started all 13 games this season at running back ... Team?s leading rusher with 809 yards on 173 carries ... Finished fifth in the SEC in rushing, averaging 62.2 yards per game ... Also scored four TDs rushing to tie for the team lead ... at Vanderbilt (8/30): Totaled 79 yards from scrimmage ... Rushed 13 times for 55 yards and caught two passes for 24 yards ... Had a 22-yard reception to the Commodores? 40-yard line on the game-winning drive that resulted in a Jonathan Nichols? 54-yard FG three plays later ... vs. Arkansas State (10/11): Rushed five times for 50 yards, including scoring his first TD of the season on a career-long 33-yard run in the first quarter to give the Rebels a 14-0 lead en route to a 55-0 victory ... Also caught one pass for six yards ... vs. South Carolina (11/1): Recorded his first career 100-yard rushing game with 117 yards on a career-high 25 carries in the win over the Gamecocks ... Scored on TD runs of four and 10 yards ... Also had a 17-yard reception to record 134 all-purpose yards ... at Mississippi State (11/27): Rushed 19 times for 70 yards ... Caught his first career TD pass on a 25-yard reception from Eli Manning to give the Rebels a 7-0 lead in the first quarter en route to a 31-0 victory ... Named co-Offensive Player of the Week by the Quarterback Club ... Cotton Bowl (1/2): Rushed 20 times for a career-high 133 yards with one TD in the 31-28 win over Oklahoma State ... Also caught two passes for 19 yards with a TD to record a career-high 152 all-purpose yards ... Scored on a 16-yard reception from Eli Manning in the first quarter to give the Rebels a 7-0 lead ... Later added a two-yard TD run in the third quarter to extend Ole Miss? lead to 24-14 ... Spring 2003: Rushed for 43 yards on 13 carries in Red-Blue spring game.

2002: Appeared in 12-of-13 games ... Started four games at running back ... Made his first career start at Arkansas (10/26) ... Earned his third letter ... 300 yards rushing on 79 carries with three TDs, including a long of 18 ... Caught eight passes for 93 yards, with a long of 18 ... vs. UL-Monroe (8/31): Rushed once for four yards in the season opener ... The contest marked his first action since the 2000 Music City Bowl as he redshirted in 2001 ... at Texas Tech (9/14): Rushed three times for eight yards and had a career-long 18-yard reception ... The reception was his first since Oct. 2, 1999, at South Carolina during his true freshman season ... vs. Vanderbilt (9/21): Set career highs for receptions (3) and receiving yards (32), and tied his career long with an 18-yard reception ... vs. Arkansas State (10/12): Rushed for 57 yards on 10 carries ... Scored his first career TD on a 13-yard run with 5:32 left in the third quarter to extend the Rebels' lead to 38-10 ... The 13-yard run was his longest of the season ... vs. Auburn (11/2): Did not play due to an injury suffered during the Arkansas contest ... at Georgia (11/9): Rushed for a career-high 89 yards on 19 carries with two TDs ... The 19 carries was a career-high and tied for the most by a Rebel this season ... Scored TDs on an eight-yard run and a one-yard dive to record his first career multi-TD game ... Also had a 16-yard reception for a career-high 105 all-purpose yards ... Named the Quarterback Club's Offensive Player of the Week ... at LSU (11/23): Rushed 12 times for 44 yards ... Had a season-long 18-yard run ... vs. Mississippi State (11/28): 49 yards rushing on 13 carries, with a long of 12 ... Independence Bowl (12/27): Carried seven times for 30 yards in the Rebels' 27-23 win over Nebraska ... Spring 2002: Broke eight tackles on one run in spring game as he rushed for 55 yards on 19 carries and had TD runs of one and two yards.

2001: Did not see action and was redshirted ... Was the most consistent rusher in the spring ... Gained 49 yards rushing on 12 carries in Red-Blue game.

2000: Played in all 12 games, including the Music City Bowl, playing a major role on special teams ... Earned second letter ... Six rushes for 14 yards ... Credited with nine special teams tackles ... With veteran fullbacks Charles Stackhouse and Toward Sanford missing spring drills due to injuries, Tremaine moved from his natural tailback spot and earned the starting role at fullback heading into the fall.

1999: Saw action in 11 games during his true freshman season ... Earned his first letter ... Played mostly on special teams but did see some action in the offensive backfield ... During regular season, recorded five special teams tackles, rushed 13 times for 55 yards, and caught one pass for one yard ... Carried nine times for 37 yards at South Carolina, including a season-long run of 24 yards ... Did not have any statistics against Oklahoma in Sanford Independence Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time All-State and All-Mid State selection ... All-Region pick three years ... Rushed for a school record 4,893 career yards ... Had 1,700 yards rushing on 250 carries senior season and only fumbled twice ... In game against White Creek, had over 200 yards rushing ... During his junior season, was selected as the Offensive MVP of team ... Nominated as a finalist for the coveted Mr. Football Award for 1998 season ... Coached in high school by Randy Thomas ... Earned four letters in football, one in basketball and one in wrestling.

PERSONAL: Son of Carl and Maxine Turner ... Full name is Tremaine Terrell Turner ... Born: July 12, 1980 ... Majoring in Criminal Justice and Psychology.

Year	G-S	Att	Yds	TD	Lg	Avg.	
1999	10-0	13	55	0	24	4.2
2000	11-0	6	14	0	7	2.3
2002	12-4	79	300	3	18	3.8
2003	13-13	173	809	4	33	4.7
Totals	46-17	271	1178	7	33	4.3

?RECEIVING? Year G-S No Yds TD Lg Avg. 1999 10-0 1 1 0 1 1.0 2000 11-0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2002 12-4 8 93 0 18 11.6 2003 13-13 12 100 2 25 8.3 Totals 46-17 21 194 2 25 9.2

?KICKOFF RETURNS? Year G Ret Yds TD Lg Avg. 2000 11 1 3 0 3 3.0 Totals 46 1 3 0 3 3.0

?ALL PURPOSE YARDS? Year G Rush Rec PR KR Total Avg./G 1999 10 55 1 0 0 56 5.6 2000 11 14 0 0 3 17 1.5 2002 12 300 93 0 0 393 32.8 2003 13 809 100 0 0 909 69.9 Totals 46 1178 194 0 3 1375 29.9

?TACKLES? Year G UT AT TT FR 1999 10 3 2 5 1 2000 11 5 4 9 0 2003 13 1 1 2 0 Totals 46 9 7 16 1


RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 25, vs. South Carolina (11/1/2003)
RUSHING YARDS: 133, vs. Oklahoma State (1/2/2004)
LONG RUSH: 33, vs. Arkansas State (10/11/2003)
RUSHING TDs: 2, twice, at Georgia (11/9/2002) and vs. South Carolina (11/1/2003)
RECEPTIONS: 3, vs. Vanderbilt (9/21/2002)
RECEIVING YARDS: 32, vs. Vanderbilt (9/21/2002)
LONG RECEPTION: 22, at Vanderbilt (8/30/2003)
CONSECUTIVE GAMES W/RECEPTION: 5, 11/1/2003-1/2/2004
KICKOFF RETURNS: 1, at Alabama (10/14/2000)
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 3, at Alabama (10/14/2000)
LONG RETURN: 3, at Alabama (10/14/2000)
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 152, vs. Oklahoma State (1/2/2004)
ALL-PURPOSE PLAYS: 26, vs. South Carolina (11/1/2003)

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