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SWJCFC Conference

School Colors: Blue and Gold

Head Coach: Zach Crissup (0-0, 1st season)

Assistant coaches: Cory Sullivan (DC), Deonte Cruse (RB/TE), Trent Hosick (QB) and Richie Woods (EQ)


“Our defensive front has a chance to be one of our biggest strengths. We need to improve on making more explosive plays to be more successful.”

Five Year Trend (Playoffs)

  • 2020: 1-7 (No Playoffs)
  • 2019: 4-5 (No Playoffs)
  • 2018: 8-4 (SWJCFC Championship)
  • 2017: 9-3 (SWJCFC Champions)
  • 2016: 5-5 (No Playoffs)


It’s hard to look too much into last season for NEO. They weren’t able to play in the fall, but did play 8 games in the spring, finishing 1-7 overall. They did finish their spring schedule with a 41-21 win over Blinn on May 15th. “Ending the season on a solid victory was the best part of the season,” says head coach Zach Crissup, “Our biggest challenge was just trying to fight through all the adversity.” It was a tough debut for Crissup, who is in his first season as head coach at NEO. It was just a weird year. I wouldn’t panic yet. It was a tough situation for all of college football, especially first-year head coaches at the junior college level.


DL Damien Lowery (So) 6’2″, 270 lb – SWJCFC Defensive Player of the Year

DL Ron Tatum (So) 6’5″, 275 lb

DL Billy Ferrell (So) 6’3″, 300 lb

DB Daniel Howard (Fr) 6’2″, 205 lb

DB Devin Hembry (Fr) 6’2″, 195 lb

DB Nate Bryant (Fr) 6’2″, 195 lb

LB Tervae Williams (Fr) 6’2″, 220 lb

DB Montavious Harris (Fr) 6’2″, 200 lb

DL Cooper Webb (Fr) 6’2″, 300 lb

QB Aaron Norment (Fr) 6’0″, 200 lb

WR Kobe Washington (Fr) 6’4″, 210 lb

RB Jamoni Jones (So) 6’2″, 220 lb

OL Kobe Sixkiller (Fr) 6’2″, 295 lb

OL Willie Canty (Fr) 6’7″, 320 lb

OL Max Johnson (Fr) 6’1″, 285 lb


9/4 OPEN

9/11 @ Trinity Valley (11 AM)

9/18 @ Kilgore (1 PM)

9/25 vs. Navarro (6 PM)

10/2 vs. Ellsworth (1 PM)

10/9 @ Tyler (11 AM)

10/16 @ Cisco (1 PM)

10/23 vs. Gordon’s Prep (1 PM)

10/30 vs. New Mexico Military Institute

11/6 vs. Blinn (1 PM)


It’s hard to know what to expect from NEO this season. It’s really hard to know what to expect from any junior college football program after last season. A lot of players have arrived or moved on, some without playing a game. The Norsemen have a chance to be good defensively. They’ll need to take a big step forward offensively, after scoring more than 20 points just once in the spring. “Our only goal heading into the fall is to just get better every day,” coach Crissup says.