Position: Defensive Back
Height /Weight: 6-0 / 195
Hometown: Glassboro, N.J.
High School: Glassboro HS
Major: Criminal Justice
At Delaware: Fourth-year veteran of the Blue Hen secondary • strong safety who will play key role for one of the nation's top defensive secondary units • projected to start at strong safety position for unit that returns all four starters • should also play a key role on special teams in coverage • three-year letterwinner who has appeared in 34 games with 11 starts in his career • has posted 57 career tackles, including 34 solo stops • also has three tackles for loss, three pass breakups, and one interception • has outstanding quickness • one of the most charismatic players on the team and known as one of the team’s best dancers • enjoyed an outstanding spring game as he registered four tackles, intercepted a pass, and forced a fumble.
2011 Season: Played key role for Delaware secondary as a junior • started all 11 games at strong safety while also seeing time on special teams • played key role in Delaware leading the CAA and ranking No. 8 in the nation in passing efficiency defense (103.88) • ranked fourth on the team in tackles with 46, including 28 solo stops • also had thee tackles for loss, intercepted a pass, broke up three other passes, and forced a fumble • had five or more tackles five times led by a career-high nine-tackle effort vs. Maine • also had seven stops vs. Massachusetts and six vs. Towson and added four tackles and his first career interception against Rhode Island. • team went 7-4 for head coach K.C. Keeler.
2010 Season: Earned his second letter for Delaware • saw action in 14 games as a key backup in the secondary and on special teams • collected six total tackles on the year, including a season-best three in the Homecoming win vs. Towson • recorded one solo stop vs. South Dakota State • Delaware defense led the nation in scoring defense at 12.1 points per game and ranked No. 5 in total defense (280.7 yards per game) • team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game under Keeler.
2009 Season: One of seven true freshman to see playing time on the UD defense • earned first letter • saw action in nine games as a reserve defensive back and contributor on special teams • recorded four tackles on the year • had season-high three tackles vs. Towson • recorded lone solo tackle in win against Towson • team went 6-5 under Keeler.
High School: Two-year standout in football at Glassboro High School for head coach Herb Neilio • played cornerback and quarterback • played his sophomore season at Schalick High School • led Glassboro to a two-year record of 24-0 and consecutive state titles in 2007 and 2008 • teams won three straight conference titles • as a senior, was named All-State, all-county, All-Group I, and All-South Jersey at defensive back and first team all-conference at defensive back and quarterback • three-time all-county and all-conference pick and two-time All-Group I pick • passed for 1,257 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior • also had six rushing touchdowns and one punt return touchdown • on defense, had 65 tackles, three interceptions and four forced fumbles, one of which he recovered and returned for another score • as a junior, made 56 tackles and intercepted five passes and also had nine touchdowns on offense • had 181 tackles and 11 interceptions in career • teammate of fellow UD senior defensive back Ricky Tunstall • four-year standout in basketball and a 1,000-career point scorer • all-county, all-conference, and All-Group I selection in basketball • honor roll student • National Honor Society inductee.
Personal: Timothy “Timmy” Love Breaker • born Sept. 5, 1990 • son of Gwendolyn Sabb • criminal justice major at Delaware • one of six children • brother, Justin, played football for one season at NCAA Division III Rowan (N.J.) University • enjoys coaching youth football teams in his spare time • has played football with current UD defensive back Ricky Tunstall since both were six years old.
Career Statistics at Delaware
Career-High Tackles: 9 vs. Maine, 2011