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Draft Scout Dearco Nolan News
09/23/13 - WEEK 4 CONFERENCE USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Middle Tennessee senior DE Dearco Nolan gathered four tackles with a career-high three sacks, while forcing two fumbles in the victory at Florida Atlantic. Nolan stripped the ball away from FAU quarterback Jaquez Johnson with at the MT 20-yard-line to prevent a potential Owls touchdown late in the first half. The Atlanta product then sacked Johnson for a four-yard loss on third down in overtime. That play forced the Owls into an all-or-nothing fourth down, which Middle Tennessee stopped to secure the victory. - C-USA football
05/08/12 - MTSU football player Dearco Nolan was arrested Thursday for aggravated assault from six weeks earlier. Nolan, 22, allegedly struck 22-year-old MTSU student Charles Williams and broke his jaw on March 23 during a party at Williams’ residence at 1320 Journey Drive, Apt. 322. In the March 23 incident report, Williams told Murfreesboro Police “at approximately midnight a female was in a verbal altercation with another individual. A few minutes later, Williams stated he saw a black male, identified as (Nolan), walking up the stairs.” Williams told police he said, “There he is,” to Nolan. After that, Williams was struck in the face by either Nolan or another black male named Marquise, according to the report. On Monday night, MPD spokesman Kyle Evans said further investigation determined that Nolan struck Williams. The incident report also said Nolan used alcohol on the night of the alleged assault. Williams took himself to Middle Tennessee Medical Center, where he learned he had a broken jaw that required surgery, according to the report. Williams told News Channel 5, “(Nolan) hit me on my right side when I wasn’t looking at him. It happened so quick. He was a big dude. He broke my jaw. He took away my ability to eat solid food for six weeks.” - Adam Sparks, The Tennessean