2003: Played in 11 games...recorded 24 total tackles, 10 of which were solo...had a game high four tackles twice...the first was against Gardner-Webb, all solo, the second against Florida International...had three tackles for a loss of nine yards including one sack for a loss of four.
2002: Played in 10 games...starting in each...was instrumental to the seasons success...sustained a muscle injury during three-a-days but was able to start against USF (8-29-02)...missed the Eastern Illinois game (11-16-02)...recorded 31 tackles on the season, including 13 solo...was second on the squad with 10 tackles for a loss...season high was eight tackles against Division I-A Troy State (10-26-02)...also forced a fumble against Troy State...was recognized as the team's Defensive MVP at seaon's end.
2001: Played in five games as a true freshman...recorded two solo tackles and five assists, including a half a tackle for a loss of two yards...recorded three assist and the tackle for a loss in his collegiate and the program's debut versus Slippery Rock...earned most improved during spring practice.
High School: Played for Antonio Willis at South Broward High School...was most valuable player of the Dade/Broward all-star game...two-sport athlete (football and baseball).
Personal: Criminal Justice major...son of Theordore Strachan and Cynthia Coleman...born November 11, 1981 in Miami, FL.
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