Mayo played at UT Martin from 1965-68 under head coach Bob Carroll. A 5-11, 215-pound left-footed kicker from Yorktown, Va., Mayo was part of the UT Martin team that won the 1967 Tangerine Bowl, winning the Atlantic Coast College Division championship to cap off a 10-1 season. In 1967, he led the nation in scoring by a kicker for the majority of the season with 76 points (40 PAT’s, 12 field goals), which stood as the most points in a single season by a UT Martin kicker for 21 years. He also kicked a then-school record 52-yard field goal against rival Southeast Missouri.
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