Registered 259 career tackles in 32 games ... 13 career games with double-digit tackles ... enters final season tied for 20th all-time in career tackles ... 136 tackles as a sophomore ranks as the ninth-best single-season total in USMA history.
2013: Listed in the starting lineup in eight games ... missed four contests due to injury .... second on the team with 63 tackles ... made 35 primary tackles and 28 assisted stops ... registered a career-high 16 tackles against Morgan State ... first game as a safety after moving from linebacker ... nine primary tackles and seven solor stops ... credited with 10 tackles at Air Force ... made four primary stops ... registered nine tackles at Hawai'i ... four primary stops and a quarterback hurry opposite the Warriors ... made eight tackles against Navy ... recorded six tackles against Stanford and Western Kentucky .... posted four tackles against Ball State and Wake Forest.
2012: Started all 12 games ... led the Black Knights with 136 tackles ... total ranked ninth on Army season list ... paced team with 65 solo stops ... ranked fifth in the nation with 11.33 tackles per game ... made 4.5 tackles for loss ... registered at least nine tackles 11 times ... posted nine double-digit tackle performances, including seven straight to end the season ... led Army with a team-high nine tackles against San Diego State in the season opener ... paced the Black Knights with nine stops versus Northern Illinois ... matched his career high with seven solo stops opposite the Huskies ... credited with 11 tackles at Wake Forest ... posted a career-high 14 tackles versus Stony Brook ... established a career best with 11 assisted hits against the Seawolves ... registered five tackles, including 0.5 tackles for loss, against Boston College ... also credited with first pass breakup of the season in the contest ... matched his career high with 14 tackles versus Kent State ... posted a career-best 12 solo stops in the contest ... also registered one tackle for loss and one forced fumble opposite the Golden Flashes ... equaled his career high with 14 tackles at Eastern Michigan ... posted five solo stops ... recorded 0.5 tackles for loss in the contest ... posted 11 tackles, including four primary hits, versus Ball State ... registered 13 tackles, including nine solo stops, against Air Force ... recorded first interception of the season versus the Falcons ... tied for the team lead with 12 tackles at Rutgers ... matched career high with 11 assisted stops ... credited with 10 tackles versus Temple ... tied his career high with 14 tackles in the season finale versus Navy.
2011: Played in all 12 games, starting five times ... finished tied for third on the team with 60 tackles ... posted the most stops of any Army plebe ... made 2.5 tackles for loss ... returned lone interception 70 yards for a touchdown at Vanderbilt ... recovered one fumble ... named honorable mention All-Indpendent by Phil Steele Publications ... made his collegiate debut in the Northern Illinois contest ... registered first career tackle, a solo stop, versus San Diego State ... recorded a team-high nine tackles against Tulane ... tallied career highs with nine tackles, three solo stops and six assisted tackles ... made first career start in the Vanderbilt game ... recorded career-high 13 tackles, including six solo stops and a career-best seven assisted hits ... registered first career tackle for loss opposite the Commodores ... drew second straight start opposite Fordham ... posted six tackles, including five assisted stops, versus the Rams ... appeared as a reserve at Air Force ... credited with five tackles, including three primary hits, versus the Falcons ... returned to the starting lineup versus Rutgers ... posted seven tackles, including five assisted stops, opposite the Scarlet Knights ... started the Temple game ... registered 10 tackles, including a career-high seven solo hits, versus the Owls ... matched career best with 1.0 tackle for loss ... started opposite Navy ... tallied six solo tackles and recovered a fumble in his Army-Navy debut.
High School: Three-sport letterwinner at Riverside University High School ... earned three football letters as wide receiver and safety ... also lettered three times in track & field and twice in basketball ... two-time first-team all-conference choice at wide receiver ... helped team to 2008 city championship ... earned three all-conference certificates as hurdler on track team ... member of all-conference relay squad ... member of National Honor Society and student council.
Personal: Given name is Geoffrey E. Bacon ... parents `names are Steven Bacon Sr. and Ragenia Graham-Bacon ... has family members retired from U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army and U.S. Navy ... one of five children ... has twin brother ... also has one older brother and two younger twin sisters ... majoring in Sociology.