The most wins since the 2001 season and eight first-team all-Great Lakes Valley Conference players highlighted the Truman football season.
The Bulldogs were in the GLVC title chase all season long with a chance to share the league title in the final week, but fell 21-14 to champion Indianapolis with a touchdown in the final minute of play.
Junior running back Garrett White led the Bulldogs with 997 yards rushing, the second most by a Bulldog since 2003. White gained more than 100 yards in four games with a season-high 158 yards in Truman’s victory at Kentucky Wesleyan. He had three rushing touchdowns of more than 50 yards and led the GLVC in rushing.
Senior receiver Dallas Grier ended his stellar Truman career ranked second all-time in receptions with 214, and third in receiving yards with 2,763. Grier earned his fourth straight all-conference honor with a first-team selection.
He was joined on the first team by White, junior punter Jacob Lamp, senior offensive lineman Eric Stone, senior defensive back Tremaine Millender, junior defensive lineman Nic Abbate, junior linebacker Matthew Bell and senior defensive lineman Jeramey Dockery.