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Troy University Magazine
Spring 2012
Publisher
Tom Davis (81)
Editor
Andy Ellis
Publication Designer
Rob Drinkard (09)
Contributing Editors
Loretta Clark (11), Matt Clower (04), Tom Davis (81),
Haley Gibson, Clif Lusk, Holli Keaton (08) and Abby Luker
Photographers
Cass Davis (06), Kevin Glackmeyer
Printer
Interstate Printing and Graphics
Chancellor
Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.
SVC for Advancement and External Relations
Dr. John Schmidt
AVC for Marketing and Communication
Donna Clark Schubert
AVC for Development
Dr. Jean Laliberte
Alumni Affairs Director
Faith Ward (81, 87)
National Alumni Association President
Doug Mims (90, 01)
Troy University Magazine is published three
times a year for the alumni and friends of Troy
University. For more information contact the
Office of University Relations at:
253 Adams Administration Building
Troy, AL 36082
Phone (334) 670-3196
Fax (334) 670-3274
E-mail: troymagazine@troy.edu
Troy University Magazine welcomes comments, ideas
and suggestions from readers. Editors reserve the right to
decide if letters to the editor will be published and to edit
submissions for content and length. Copyright 2012 by Troy
University, all rights reserved. Troy University is accredited
by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate,
master’s, education specialist and doctoral degrees. Contact
the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur,
Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about
the accreditation of Troy University. The Commission is to
be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support
an institution’s significant non-compliance with a requirement
or standard.
www.troy.edu
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The Trojan Trio of Lawrence Tynes, Jerrel Jernigan and Osi Umenyiora
are Super Bowl Champions after the New York Giants defeated the New
England Patriots 21-17 Feb. 5 in Super Bowl XLVI. The title is the second
for both Tynes and Umenyiora and the first for Jernigan.
Tynes, who sent the Giants to the Super Bowl with a game-winning
field goal in overtime of the NFC Championship Game two weeks earlier,
booted field goals of 38 and 33 yards in the third quarter of the Super
Bowl.
Jernigan set up Tynes’ first field goal with a 34-yard kickoff return.
The rookie finished the game with three returns for 71 yards (23.7 per
return).
Umenyiora finished the game with one tackle and a pair of hits on New
England quarterback Tom Brady.
Super Bowl Champs