"As a player:"NFL Unsung Hero Award (2001)Ed Block Courage Award (2001)

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"Randy Jordan" (born June 6, 1970 in Manson, North Carolina/Manson, North Carolina) is a former professional American football player who played running back for nine seasons for the Los Angeles Raiders, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Oakland Raiders. At Jacksonville, he scored the team's first-ever touchdown in 1995.[http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/big12/stories/MYSA011608.04E.FBC.notes.en.26dbd49.html MySA.com: Big 12] He is a former assistant running backs Coach (sport)/coach at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. He is currently the running backs coach for the Washington Redskins.

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We talked about (starting strong), and our good shooting early paid off down the stretch. And we built on that for a little bit on defense.

It's awesome. I can't even describe it. It's something I've dreamed about as a coach for years.

I knew Carroll had a run left in them, and it was just a matter of time when it would come. But we've kept our composure all year, and we showed that again tonight.

We had an excellent effort last night and we didn't have that tonight. Anytime we have to play DAC-10 (Dakota Athletic Conference) schools, we know we have to be at the top of our game.

We got off to a slow start and it didn't get any better.

We didn't seem to have much energy today. We have to get more mentally tough and ready to play that second game on the road.

These guys are a great bunch of kids who were fun to coach. I have been so lucky since I have been here to coach great kids. And our seniors have had a great run. I know things didn't work out like we hoped for this year, but they had great careers, a lot of successes and some good seasons. They can hold their heads high because they gave it everything they had.

Sean had a good game for us and Matt Baker also played well.

It certainly was a game of spurts. We kept cutting it down and MSU kept pushing it back up. We challenged the kids and I was happy with the effort.