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Missouri Southern Sports

April 18, 2013

MSSU adds juco quarterback

The Missouri Southern Lions added another quarterback to its roster with the transfer of Eastern Arizona College’s Detavis Buggs.

Buggs (6-foot-2, 215 pounds) was part of an Eastern Arizona team that finished 4-6 last season.

Before his time at Eastern Arizona, Buggs was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and track and field at Harris County High School in Georgia.

As a senior, Buggs was a Dandy Dozen selection and earned all-conference and all-city honors. He also was the team’s offensive player of the year as a junior and earned all-conference and all-city accolades.

Buggs will join a large stable of quarterbacks as the Lions look to replace last year’s starter Kellen Cox.

Sophomore Jay McDowell (6-2, 190), redshirt freshman Ricky Nichols (6-2, 185) and redshirt freshman Tyler Cain all competed at quarterback for Missouri Southern during spring drills.

In addition to Buggs, Independence Community College transfer Tyquan Hayes (6-1, 210), Upson-Lee (Ga.) High School’s Corey Moss (6-2, 190) and Joplin High School’s Gabe Sachetta (6-0, 185) will join the Lions in the fall.

Missouri Southern, which finished 6-5 last year, will open the season Sept. 5 at home against Central Oklahoma.

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