Terrence R. Dickey
Terrence R. Dickey â€™92 earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. A four-year letterman at DePauw, he earned Football Gazette Honorable Mention All-America as a senior. The three-time first team all-Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference selection finished his career as DePauwâ€™s second all-time leading rusher with 2,701 career yards.
He broke the school mark with 5,240 career all-purpose (rushing, receiving, return) yards and the single-season record with 1,638 yards in 1991. Dickeyâ€™s 337 all-purpose yards against Hanover College in 1991 broke his own record of 245 and still stands, while his then school-record 202 rushing yards against Anderson University in 1990 came on just 10 carries. He held or shared the team lead in both rushing and receiving yards for three seasons and is the only player in school history to lead DePauw in all-purpose yardage all four years. Dickey rushed for more than 100 yards in all four Monon Bell games during his career and is the only Tiger to do so. In both 1990 and 1991, he led DePauw in scoring.
Dickey played briefly with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football league.
Dickey resides in Cincinnati, where he serves as marketing director for Frost Brown Todd LLC. Previously, he worked as director of economic development, business development consultant and membership development representative for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.