Owns 23 Ohio University Football School Records 2013 Walter Camp Foundation Player of the Year Watch List 2013 Davey O'Brien Award Watch List 2012 Independence Bowl Co-Offensive Most Valuable Player Two-time Phil Steele Postseason All-Conference 2012 Phil Steele Midseason All-Conference Second Team 2012 Team Captain 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award - Watch List 2012 Manning Award - Watch List 2012 Davey O'Brien Award - Watch List 2012 College Football Performance Awards Quarterback Trophy - Watch List 2011 All-MAC Third Team
2012: Received Phil Steele All-MAC Second Team honors following the season... Became the first Ohio quarterback to throw for 2,500 yards-or-more in back-to-back seasons... Finished the year by completing 228-of-367 of his passes for 2,844 yards passing (62.1 percent), 18 touchdowns and just four interceptions... His 244 rushing yards ranked third on the team... Picked up right where he left off from 2011 as he went 31-of-41 for 324 yards to lead the Bobcats to a convincing 24-14 victory over Penn State... He also accounted for three touchdowns and set career bests in completions (31) and attempts (41)... Finished 15-for-23 against New Mexico State for 257 yards against New Mexico State... He also accounted for three touchdowns (two passing; one touchdowns) against the Aggies... Passed for three touchdowns and 200 yards at Marshall as he led the `Cats back from seven point deficit in the fourth quarter... Did not play against Norfolk State... Returned to the starting lineup at Massachusetts after missing the previous week against Norfolk State... In his return against the Minutemen, he went 15-of-27 for 229 yards and two touchdowns, completing passes to eight different receivers... Passed for 183 yards and one touchdown against Buffalo... Became the school's all-time leader for career touchdowns as he threw for a pair of touchdowns at home against Akron... He also hauled in his first career touchdown pass against the Zips... Recorded his fourth career 300-yard passing game and rushed for a touchdown in a 23-20 loss at Miami... Threw three touchdowns and completed 19-of-27 passes for 255 yards against Eastern Michigan... Passed for 145 yards against Bowling Green to surpass former Bobcat Sammy Shon as the all-time leader in career passing yards... Completed his first 10 passes at Ball State and finished the game by going 22-of-30 for 236 yards through the air against the Cardinals... Capped the regular season at Kent State by throwing for 232 yards... Was named Co-Offensive Most Valuable Player at the 2012 Independence Bowl after he threw for over 300 yards for the fifth time in his career, finishing the game with 331 yards... He also passed for a pair of touchdowns in the Bobcats' second straight bowl win.
2011: Authored one of the finest seasons in school history by an Ohio quarterback last year. In 2011, Tettleton set 12 single season records... Became the first quarterback in school history to throw for over 3,000 yards... The Ohio signal-caller also accounted for 38 touchdowns, passing for 28 and rushing for 10... Finished second on the team in rushing with 658 yards... Earned All-MAC Third Team, Phil Steele All-MAC Third Team and CollegeSportsMadness.com All-MAC Third Team honors... Finished 16-of-28 passing for 153 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 40 yards and two more scores in his first career start at New Mexico State (Sept. 3)... Had 153 yards and two touchdowns on 15-of-25 passing vs. Gardner-Webb (Sept. 10)... Tallied 332 total yards (279 passing, 53 rushing) while passing for three touchdowns and running for another score vs. Marshall (Sept. 17)... Finished 24-of-37 passing for 341 yards - seventh all-time in Ohio single-game annals - and three touchdowns at Rutgers (Sept. 24)... Had 276 yards and two touchdowns on 28-of-42 passing vs. Kent State (Oct. 1)... Had 203 passing yards and a touchdown while rushing for 66 yards and another score at Buffalo (Oct. 8), becoming the Bobcats' all-time leader in passing yards by a sophomore... Threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns on 18-for-30 passing while also rushing for 30 yards vs. Ball State (Oct. 15)... Logged his second 300-yard passing game of the year as he passed for 328 yards and a pair of touchdowns at Akron (Oct. 22)... Passed for three touchdowns against Temple (Nov. 2) and Miami (Nov. 22)... Finished the year with 220 yards passing and scored the game-winning touchdown in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Dec. 18).
2009: Saw action in 10 games under center, completing nine of 23 passes for 128 yards with two interceptions... 111 of those 128 yards came in the home loss to Kent State... Recorded a rushing touchdown in the win at Buffalo.
Prior to Ohio: Passed for 1,947 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior with 547 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground... Team finished in the quarterfinals three times and claimed the district championship in 2007... Served as team captain during his senior year... Played for Lance Manning... Also played two seasons of basketball.
Personal: Son of Sylvia Nettleton and Mickey Tettleton... Born Nov. 21, 1990... Has one younger sister Jessica... Father Mickey was a two-time Major League Baseball All-Star catcher... Enjoys golf, playing video games and working out... Lists Brett Favre as his favorite professional athlete and the Oklahoma City Thunder as his favorite professional team... Sports Management major.