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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTORY ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE.....Michael Kelly, Associate Commissioner, Communications, Football Operations, Broadcasting (mkelly@theacc.org) 4512 Weybridge Lane, Greensboro, NC 27407 .......................................................... Mike Finn, Associate Commissioner, Football Communications (mfinn@theacc.org) Phone: 336-851-6062; Fax: 336-854-8797 ..............................................................................Brian Morrison, Associate Commissioner, Basketball Communications (bmorrison@theacc.org) Website: the ACC.com .......................................................................................................................................... Lindsey Ross, Associate Director (lross@theacc.org) Twitter--@theACC and @theACCfootball ..................................................................................................Steve Phillips, Assistant Director (sphillips@theacc.org) Facebook--www.Facebook.com/theACC .............................................................................................. Barbara Dery, Administrative Assistant (bdery@theacc.org) YouTube--www.youtube.com/theACCsport .......................................................................................................................... George Lane, Intern (glane@theacc.org)

2011 ACC Football Information Guide Volume XXXXXVIII, No. 1, published by the Office of the Commissioner and the Communications Office of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Additional information is available, upon request, to accredited members of the media. This guide is located on The ACC.com website (www.theacc.com). Printed copies of the 2011 ACC Football Information Guide are not available.i Edited by Mike Finn, Rob Daniels, Barb Dery, JoAnne Cannell, Amy Yakola, Christina Tracey, Allison Doughty, Ben Tario, Michael Kelly of the ACC and the Sports Information Directors and their assistants of the ACC. Cover design by Martha Walker.

ATLANTIC DIVISION BOSTON COLLEGE www.bceagles.com Shipping & Mailing: 321 Conte Forum, 140 Commonwealth, Ave., Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Phone: 617-552-3004; Fax: 617-552-4903 Associate AD/SID: Chris Cameron, cameroch@bc.edu (Spaziani requests) Assistant: Tim Clark, clarktb@bc.edu (player requests) FB Media Credential Requests: Chris Cameron Twitter--Twitter.com/BCSportsnews

COASTAL DIVISION DUKE

ACC Digital Options

There are more ways than ever to get access to ACC Football. The ACC Network, and the Conference’s Digital, Mobile, TV, website options are detailed on page 216.

www.umterps.com Mailing & Shipping: Comcast Center Terrapin Trail, College Park, Md. 20742 Phone: 301-314-7064 Fax: 301-314-9094 Associate AD/Media Relations:Doug Dull, ddull@umd.edu Assoc. Dir. (FB contact):Shawn Nestor, snestor@umd.edu FB Media Credential Requests: Doug Dull Twitter--http://twitter.com/umterps; http://twitter.com/Randy Edsall Facebook-- http://www.facebook.com/marylandterrapinsofficialpage; http://www.facebook.com/MarylandFootball YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/user/MarylandAthletics

www.goduke.com Mailing: Box 90557, Durham, NC 27708-0557 Shipping: 115 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 27708 Phone: 919-684-2633; Fax: 919-684-2489 Sports Information Director: Art Chase, chasea@duaa.duke.edu Assistant SID: Ben Blevins, bblevins@duaa.duke.edu Weekly Football Release FB Media Credential Requests Contact: Art Chase Available every Monday during football season by 12 Twitter--@Duke_FB noon on the ACC Media Services website at the ACC. com (username: ACC (allcaps); password: media (all lower case). There are three exceptions: the first GEORGIA TECH ACC release of the year will be available on Thurswww.ramblinwreck.com Mailing & Shipping: 150 Bobby Dodd Way NW, Atlanta, day, August 25, the second (due to Labor Day) will be on Tuesday, Sept. 6, and the release prior to the GA 30332 ACC Football Championship Game will be available Phone: 404-894-5445; Fax: 404-894-1248 on Sunday, Nov. 27. Director of Communications: Dean Buchan dbuchan@athletics.gatech.edu; 404-295-8703 (cell) ACC Player of the Week Associate: Mike Stamus, mstamus@athletics.gatech.edu Assistant for Football: Mike Huff,mhuff@athletics.gatech.edu Weekly during the season, beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 6 and, thereafter, continuing on each Monday FB Credential Requests: Mike Stamus of the season through Nov. 28, a panel of ACC media Twitter--Twitter.com/gtathletics members will select the ACC Offensive and DefenFacebook--Facebook.com/gtathletics sive Linemen, Offensive and Defensive Back, ReYouTube--youtube.com/ramblinwrecktube ceiver and Linebacker as well as the ACC Rookie and Specialist of the Week. This release will be posted by MIAMI 12 noon on each Monday (with the exception of the www.hurricanesports.com first release which will be on Tuesday, Sept. 6) of the Mailing & Shipping: 5821 San Amaro Drive, regular season. Coral Gables, FL 33146 Phone: 305-284-3244 Fax: 305-284-2807 Midweek Notes Page Assistant AD/Communications: Chris Freet, c.freet@miami.edu In addition to the normal football release package on Football SID: LaTonya Sadler, l.sadler@miami.edu Monday, the ACC will also release an abbreviated FB Media Credential Requests: LaTonya Sadler notes page each Wednesday during football season beTwitter--www.twitter.com/hurricanesports ginning Wednesday, Sept. 7, and concluding, Wednesday, Nov. 23. Facebook--facebook.com/miamihurricanes YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/user/CanesAllAccess Blog--http://www.theufootball.com/ Annual ACC Football Awards The ACC’s Annual Football Awards, with the excepNORTH CAROLINA tion of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, the Jim Tatum and Brian Piccolo Awards, are voted on by members www.TarHeelBlue.com of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACMailing: PO Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 SMA). Only media who are dues-paying members of Shipping: Koury Natatorium, ACSMA may vote on these teams and awards. All Bowles Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 those covering ACC Football on a regular basis are Phone: 919-962-2123; Fax: 919-962-0612 encouraged to join ACSMA. To become a member of Associate AD: Steve Kirschner, stevekirschner@unc.edu ACMSA please contact Rob Daniels, Executive SecFootball SID: Kevin Best, kevinbest@unc.edu retary, of ACSMA (robdaniels1966@att.net). FB Media Credential Requests: Steve Kirschner Twitter--www.twitter.com/TarHeelFootball The Release Dates of the Facebook--http://www.facebook.com/tarheels ACC’s Annual Football Awards: YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/user/UNCTarHeelsAthletics

NC STATE

VIRGINIA

CLEMSON www.clemsontigers.com Mailing: PO Box 31, Clemson, SC 29633 Shipping: 100 Perimeter Road/Jervey Athletic Center, Clemson, SC 29634 Phone: 864-656-2114; Fax: 864-656-0299 Assistant AD/SID: Tim Bourret, btimoth@clemson.edu Associate: Brian Hennessy, bhennes@clemson.edu FB Credential Requests: Sammy Blackman, blackmj@clemson.edu Facebook--www.facebook.com/clemsontigers Twitter--www.twitter.com/cu_athletics YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/user/ClemsonAthletics

FLORIDA STATE

www.seminoles.com Mailing: PO Box 2195, Tallahassee, FL 32316 Shipping: 403 Stadium Drive West, Tallahassee, FL 32306 Phone: 850-644-1403; Fax: 850-644-3820 SID: Elliott Finebloom, efinebloom@fsu.edu Football contact: Kerwin Lonzo, Klonzo@admin.fsu.edu FB Media Credential Requests: Kerwin Lonzo Facebook--http://www.seminoles.com/facebook Twitter--http://www.seminoles.com/twitter YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/flstateseminoles

MARYLAND

www.gopack.com Mailing: Box 8502, Raleigh, NC 27695-8502 Shipping: Weisiger Brown Facility, 2500 Warren Carroll Drive, Room 2133 Raleigh, N.C. 27695 Phone: 919-515-2102; Fax: 919-515-3624 Assistant AD: Annabelle Myers, annabelle_myers@ncsu.edu Assistant: Brandon Yopp, Brandon_Yopp@ncsu.edu FB Media Credential Requsts: Annabelle Myers Twitter--www.twitter.com/PackFootball Facebook--http://www.facebook.com/ncstateathletics YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/NCStateAthletics

WAKE FOREST

www.wakeforestsports.com Mailing: PO Box 7426, Winston-Salem, NC, 27109 Shipping: 1834 Wake Forest Road, Miller Center, Suite 310, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27106 Phone: 336-758-5640; Fax: 336-758-5140 Assistant AD: Steve Shutt, shuttsj@wfu.edu Assistant: Gary Petit, petitgm@wfu.edu FB Media Credential Requests: Steve Shutt Twitter--WakeForestSport for general Twitter--Wake_FB for stats and game reports

ACC Football Communications Schedule

www.virginiasports.com Mailing: PO Box 400853, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4853 Shipping: 295 Massie Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903 Phone: 434-982-5500; Fax: 434-982-5525 Assistant AD: Jim Daves, jimdaves@virginia.edu FB Media Credential Requests: Jim Daves Facebook--http://www.facebook.com/VirginiaCavaliers Twitter--http://twitter.com/VirginiaSports YouTube--http://www.youtube.com/user/virginiaathletics

VIRGINIA TECH www.hokiesports.com Mailing & Shipping: 460 Jamerson Athletic Center Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: 540-231-6726; Fax: 540-231-6984 Assistant AD: Dave Smith, vtsid@vt.edu Associate SID (football contact): Bryan Johnston, blj@vt.edu FB Media Credentials: Dave Smith Twitter--www.twitter.com/Hokiesports

Nov. 27--ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy Nov. 28--All-ACC Football Team Nov. 29--Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year; Coach of the Year Nov. 30--Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year; ACC Player of the Year. Dec. 1--Jim Tatum Scholar Athlete Award Dec. 2--Brian Piccolo Award

ACC Football Honors & Awards The Associated Press/ACSMA All-ACC teams, Coach of the Year, Players of the Year, and Rookies of the Year are selected in a vote by members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). The teams and individual award winners will be announced during the week immediately following the conclusion of the regular season. ACSMA is also responsible for selecting ACC football players of the week throughout the course of the season for Monday noon release. Nominations for the awards are made by the sports information offices of the 12 member institutions and are voted on by a panel of nine media representatives.


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ACC Communications 2011 ACC Coaches Teleconference The 12 ACC football coaches will be featured on a weekly teleconference each Wednesday (with the exception of Thanksgiving week) from 10:30 a.m., to 12:30 p.m., beginning August 31, and concluding Tuesday, November 22. Each coach will have 10 minutes to make an opening statement and answer questions. There will be an audiofile of each teleconference available on the Conference’s official website--theACC. com--each Wednesday afternoon as well as a written transcript of the call.

ACC Football Coaches Teleconference Frank Spaziani, Boston College .....10:30 am Dabo Swinney, Clemson .................10:40 am Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech .........10:50 am Jimbo Fisher, Florida State ............11:00 am Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech ...........11:10 am Randy Edsall, Maryland ................11:20 am Jim Grobe, Wake Forest .................11:30 am Everett Withers, North Carolina ...11:40 am Tom O’Brien, NC State ..................11:50 am Mike London, Virginia .................. 12:00 pm David Cutcliffe, Duke .................... 12:10 pm Al Golden, Miami ........................... 12:20 pm

Media Phone Number: 913-312-1514

theACC.com/media

The Atlantic Coast Conference’s official website-theACC.com--is the source for complete ACC football information including standings, statistics, game previews, notes, videos and other information. theACC.com/media is also the site for transcripts of the league’s football coaches teleconferences every Wednesday afternoon during the season. The media section of theACC. com is dedicated to specific needs of the media, including downloads of ACC and school logos and headshots of players and coaches from select sports. Please contact the ACC Communications staff for access information.

ACC Social Media

Social media outlets are also available to follow the latest news on the Atlantic Coast Conference. The ACC has multiple Twitter accounts including @theACC and @theACCfootball and has a fan page on Facebook at Facebook.com/theACC. The ACCSport’s channel on YouTube has new, indepth video features on players in the ACC.

2011 ACC Football Media Video News Releases (VNR) The ACC Advanced Media department will provide Football Media Video News Releases (VNR) each week of the 2011 season beginning August 29th and ending Nov. 30th. This content will be provided via a secure Library Management system that will require a password to acquire the electronic files. (Directions for access will be at theACC.com/media when available) The weekly press conference and highlight footage will be uploaded from the ACC throughout the day on both Monday and Tuesday as the content is acquired from the ACC member institutions. If you do not have a password or if there are questions please contact Scott McBurney at smcburney@theacc.org.

CollegePressBox.com

CollegePressBox.com has contact information, weekly team and opponent notes, stats, depth charts and complete final game books. That’s in addition to each school’s section-by-section and complete media guide, spring guide and a complete list of conference beat writers and radio broadcasters and much more. Media wishing to obtain username and password should send an e-mail to:

password@collegepressbox.com

Atlantic Coast Conference Office

4512 Weybridge Lane Greensboro, N.C. 27407 Phone...........................................336/851-6062 Communications Fax ..................336/854-8797 Football Communications Fax ....336-369-1211

ACC Communications Staff Michael Kelly............. Associate Commissioner Communications, Football Operations, Broadcasting Brian Morrison ........... Associate Commissioner Basketball Communications Mike Finn ................... Associate Commissioner Football Communications Lindsey Ross ........................ Associate Director Steve Phillips ........................ Assistant Director Barb Dery ....................Administrative Assistant George Lane ............................................. Intern

ACC Office Staff

Commissioner John Swofford Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Cecelia DiAmico Associate Commissioners Jeff Elliott, Finance and Administration Nora Lynn Finch, Women’s Basketball & SWA Mike Finn, Football Communications Karl Hicks, Men’s Basketball Operations Michael Kelly, Communications, Football Operations, Broadcasting Shane Lyons, Governance & Compliance Brian Morrison, Basketball Communications Amy Yakola, Public Relations, Marketing Assistant Commissioners Lindsey Babcock, Compliance and Governance W. Scott McBurney, Advanced Media Kris W. Pierce, Championships Football Officials, Coordinator Doug Rhoads Men’s Basketball Officials, Coordinator John Clougherty Women’s Basketball Officials, Coordinator Charlene Curtis Director of Business Operations Lynne Herndon Director of Information Systems Christina L. Tracey Director, Men’s Basketball Operations Kathy C. Hunt Director of Student-Athlete Programs, Compliance Shamaree Brown Director, Women’s Basketball Operations Brad Hecker Associate Director, Advanced Media Steve “Slim” Vollinger Associate Director, Championships Lee Butler Associate Director, Communications Lindsey Ross Associate Director, Football Operations Allison Doughty Associate Director, Technology and Operations Ben Tario Assistant Director, Championships Donald Moore Assistant Director, Communications Steve Phillips Assistant Director, Public Relations and Marketing Charlotte Zoller Assistant Director, Women’s Basketball & SWA Georgia Davis Website Coordinator Heather Hirschman Administrative Assistants Susan Anthony, Administration/Business Jennie Barrett, Championships Barbara Dery, Communications/PR & Marketing Tracey Haith, S-A Welfare, Compliance & Governance Karrie Tilley, Men’s Basketball Operations Emily Watkins, Receptionist Interns Gretchen Miller, Championships George Lane, Communications Seth Barwick, Compliance & S-A Programs Shane Vaassen, Public Relations & Marketing Beth Mechum, Website

Table of Contents General Information Communications Directory .................. IFC Communications, Staff Directory, Table of Contents ..................................... 1 The ACC: “A Tradition of Excellence” 2-3 John Swofford, ACC Commissioner........ 4 Facts on ACC Football ............................. 5 Composite Football Schedule .................. 6 The NFL & The ACC............................... 7 2011 ACC Football Championship ..... 8-11 Legends Program, Overtime .................. 12 2011 Bowl Championship Series ........... 13 2011 ACC Bowl Lineup, Records..... 14-16 National Football Foundation & HOF ... 17 2011 News & Notes .......................... 18-21 2010 Season In Review, Awards ....... 22-27 Noting ACC Coaches ........................ 28-30 Stadium Statistics ................................... 31 Active Career Leaders............................ 32 2010 ACC Statistics .......................... 33-37

The Teams Boston College Eagles ...................... 38-41 Clemson Tigers ................................. 42-45 Duke Blue Devils .............................. 46-49 Florida State Seminoles .................... 50-53 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ............ 54-57 Maryland Terrapins ........................... 58-61 Miami Hurricanes ............................. 62-65 North Carolina Tar Heels .................. 66-69 NC State Wolfpack............................ 70-73 Virginia Cavaliers ............................. 74-77 Virginia Tech Hokies......................... 78-81 Wake Forest Demon Deacons ........... 82-85 Team Statistics Year-by-Year ............ 86-97

ACC Record Book Champions Year by Year ........................ 98 Post-Season Honors ............................... 99 Composite Football Records ................ 100 Coaching Records; Non-ACC Records 101 Year by Year, 1953-2010 ............... 102-130 Series Records............................... 131-141 Individual Records ........................ 142-150 Jacobs Trophy; Piccolo Award ............. 150 Team Records................................ 151-154 Annual Individual Leaders ........... 155-161 Athletics Directors & SIDs history ...... 161 Annual Team Leaders ................... 162-163 Career Statistical Leaders ............ 164-169 Single Game - Individual Bests ........... 170 Single Game - Team Bests ................... 171 Individual Season Bests ................ 172-176 Freshmen, Position Specific Records .. 176 Team Season Bests ........................ 177-179 Single Season Improvement ................ 179 All-Americas ................................. 180-183 25th & 50th Anniversary Teams .......... 184 Bowl Records ................................ 185-188 ACC & the NFL Draft .................. 189-190 ACC Players in the Pros .............. 191-198 ACC & the NFL Draft .................. 199-206 Associated Press Poll (Vs. No. 1) ....... 207 ACC vs. AP-ranked teams ............ 208-213 Academic Awards ................................ 214 Composite Football Schedule .............. 215 Digital Options For ACC Football ....... 216 TheACC.com .......................................IBC


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The Atlantic Coast Conference

The Tradition Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now, in its 59th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since the league’s inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 122 national championships, including 65 in women’s competition and 57 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC studentathletes 140 times in men’s competition and 99 times in women’s action. The conference had an immediate impact on the national college football scene in the fall of 1953 when the University of Maryland captured the first of what would eventually be five national football titles for the ACC. Clemson laid claim to the league’s second national title in 1981 while Georgia Tech followed suit in 1990. Florida State pocketed national titles No. 4 and 5 in 1993 and 1999. Additionally, Miami has laid claim to five national gridiron titles over the past 27 seasons. Four of the Hurricanes’ five national titles (1983, 1987, 1989, 2001) were unanimous with both the sportswriters and coaches polls, while in 1991 Miami (AP) shared the national title with Washington (coaches). The 12 institutions that take to the field this fall under the ACC banner have produced 572 first- or second-team gridiron All-Americas and 73 first-team academic All-Americas. ACC Football, though, has always been about more than just wins and losses and individual athletics honors. ACC schools, cumulatively, were ranked higher nationally than any other conference in the most recent rankings of American Universities by the U.S. News & World Report, with eight ACC institutions ranked 56th or higher nationally and all 12 schools rated as “Tier One” schools. The Conference was No. 1 with a diploma in 2010 for the sixth straight year, as the ACC led all Football Bowl Subdivision Conferences in the NCAA’s graduation rate (GSR). The ACC also had the highest football APR as a league for the fifth consecutive year. In 2010, six ACC schools were honored nationally (AFCA) for their graduation rates. ACC schools have led the nation in football graduation rates no fewer than 20 times. Since becoming a 12-team league in 2005, the ACC has consistently made history in the NFL’s annual professional football draft. This year, the ACC had 15 of the first 60 players chosen in the NFL Draft. No other league had more than 10 of the first 60 players drafted. In the 2009 NFL Draft, the ACC was the only league with four players chosen among the top nine selections in the draft. It marked the second time in four years the ACC had managed that trick, also claiming four of the top nine picks in 2005. During the 2006, 2007 and 2008 drafts, the Conference became the first college league in the history to have two of the top four NFL Draft picks in each of three consecutive years. In 2008, the ACC also set an NFL Draft record having the first defensive player chosen for three straight years with NC State’s Mario Williams (2006), Clemson’s Gaines Adams (2007) and Virginia’s Chris Long (2008)

claiming the honor. The ACC’s run began with the 2006 Draft when the Conference set an NFL Draft record with 12 players chosen in the first round and 51 players chosen overall. During that time, the ACC is second among all conferences in the last six years in first-round draftees, having 37 chosen, and total number of draftees with 214. Heading into the 2011 football season, no league in America has sent more linebackers to the NFL, as no fewer than 53 former ACC standouts began the summer on NFL rosters leading both the Big Ten (49) and SEC (46) for that honor. This marked the third straight year the Conference had led or tied in numbers of linebackers on NFL rosters. The 12 current ACC schools have had 2,256 players selected in the annual professional football draft, including 229 firstround selections. The ACC was one of only three conferences nationally to have at least four teams chosen in both the final 2010 Associated Press Top 25 in Virginia Tech (16), Florida State (17), Maryland (23) and NC State (25); and the 2010 final Top 25 for the USA Today Coaches poll in Virginia Tech (15), Florida State (16), Maryland (24) and NC State (25). The ACC also has a storied bowl tradition, setting an NCAA record with 10 of its teams (.833) invited to post-season bowl games in 2008, breaking its own record for bowl participation (.778) set originally in 2002. Since 2005, the Conference is second among all leagues with 50 of its teams travelling to post-season bowl games. Additionally, four of its teams— Florida State (5th, 24-14-2, .625), Boston College (11th, 13-9, .591), Georgia Tech (14th, 22-17, .564) and NC State (15th, 13-11-1, .540)—rank among the Top 15 winningest bowl programs of all-time, with a fifth--Miami (19-19-17-0, .527)--ranked 20th. Four ACC schools are also among the top eight nationally in current bowl game streaks including national leader Florida State (29 straight bowl games), Virginia Tech (3rd, 18), Georgia Tech (tied for 4th, 14) and Boston College (tied for 7th, 12). 2010-11 in Review The 2010-11 academic year saw league teams capturing two more national team titles and 19 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 52 national team titles over the last 14 years and has won two or more NCAA titles in 28 of the past 30 years. The ACC was the only conference in America to place four of its teams in the final Top 10 rankings of the 2009-10 Learfield Director’s Cup Standings--symbolic of the nation’s top overall programs--as Duke (5th), North Carolina (6th), Virginia (7th) and Florida State (9th) all were ranked nationally in the Top 10. This past year also marked the 10th consecutive year that the ACC has placed four or more teams in the Top 30 as Maryland finished 17th in this year’s final rankings. In all, the ACC is one of only three conferences to have all of its member schools in the Top 75. A total of 132 ACC teams placed in NCAA post-season competition in 2010-11. League teams compiled a 125-79-5 (.610) mark against opponents in NCAA championship competition. 2010-11 National Championships Field Hockey Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Virginia

The Championships The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2010-11 academic year--12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Women’s sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet held in tennis at Wake Forest University. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing with volleyball deciding its champion by regular season play. A History The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005. The Schools Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants and was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Originally located on Har-


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The Atlantic Coast Conference, through its member institutions, seeks to maximize the educational and athletic opportunities of its student-athletes while enriching their quality of life. It strives to do so by affording individuals equitable opportunity to pursue academic excellence and compete successfully at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics competition in a broad spectrum of sports and championships. The Conference will provide leadership in attaining these goals, promoting diversity and mutual trust among its member institutions, in a spirit of fairness for all. It strongly adheres to the principles of integrity and sportsmanship, and supports the total development of the student-athlete and each member institution’s athletics departmental staff, with the intent of producing enlightened leadership for tomorrow. rison Avenue in the South End of Boston, the College outgrew its urban setting toward the end of its first 50 years. A new location was selected in Chestnut Hill and ground for the new campus was broken on June 19, 1909. During the 1940s, new purchases doubled the size of the main campus. In 1974, Boston College acquired Newton College of the Sacred Heart, 1.5 miles away. With 15 buildings on 40 acres, it is now the site of the Law School and residence halls. In 2004, BC purchased 43 acres of land from the archdiocese of Boston; this now forms the Brighton campus. Clemson University is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Georgia border, and the tiger paws painted on the roads make the return to I-85 easier. The school is built around Fort Hill, the plantation home of John C. Calhoun, Vice President to Andrew Jackson. His son-in-law, Tom Clemson, left the land to be used as an agricultural school, and in 1893 Clemson opened its doors as a land-grant school, thanks ks to the efforts of Ben Tillman. Duke University was founded unded in 1924 byy tobacco magnate James B. Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington ngton g Duke. Origig nally the school was called led Trinityy College, g a Methodist institution, started tarted in 1859. In 1892, Trinity moved to west Durham where the east campus with its Georgian eorgian g architecture now stands. Nearby are Sarah P. Duke gardens, g and further west the Gothic spires p of Duke chapel overlook the west st campus. p Florida Statee Universityy is one of 11 universities of the he State Universityy System y of Florida. It was established as the Seminaryy West of the Suwannee byy an act of the Florida Legislaturee in 1851, and first offered instruction at the he ppost-secondaryy level in 1857. Its Tallahassee ssee campus p has been the site of an institution on of higher g education longer g than anyy other site in the state state. In 1905 1905, the Buckman Act reorganized eorganized g higher g education in the state and ddesignated the T Tallahassee school the i t d th ll h h l as th Florida Fem Female College. was male Co C gge. IIn 1909, it w as renamedd Flor Florida College Women. da State tat Colleg ge for Wom W en. IIn 1947, the sc school returned co-educational ho l retu urned ttoo a co du ational status,, and the name was changed to Florida State University. Next to I-85 in downtown Atlanta stands the Georgia Institute of Technology, founded in 1885. Its first students came to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering, the only one offered at the time. Tech’s strength is not only the red clay of Georgia, but a restored gold and white 1930 model A Ford Cabriolet, the official mascot. The old Ford was first used in 1961, but a Ramblin’ Wreck had been around for over three decades. The Ramblin’ Wreck fight song appeared almost as soon as the school opened, and it is not only American boys that grow up singing its rollicking tune, for Richard Nixon and Nikita Krushchev sang it when they met in Moscow in 1959. The University of Maryland opened in 1856 as an agricultural school nine miles north of Washington, D.C., on land belonging to Charles Calvert, a descendant of Lord Baltimore, the state’s founding father. The school colors are the same as the state flag: black and gold for George Calvert (Lord Baltimore) and red and white for his mother, Alice Crossland. Maryland has been called the school that

Curley Byrd built, for he was its quarterback, then football coach, athletic director, assistant to the president, vice-president, and finally its president. Byrd also designed the football stadium and the campus layout, and suggested the nickname Terrapin, a local turtle known for its bite, when students wanted to replace the nickname Old Liners with a new one for the school. The University of Miami was chartered in 1925 by a group of citizens who felt an institution of higher learning was needed for the development of their young and growing community. Since the first class of 560 students enrolled in the fall of 1926, the University has expanded to more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students from every state and more than 114 nations from around the world. The school’s colors, representative of the Florida orange tree, were selected in 1926. Orange symbolizes the fruit of the tree,, green represents the leaves and white, the blossoms. The Universityy of North Carolina, located in i Chapel Hill, l, has been called “the pperfect college town,” c n,” makingg its tree-lined streets and what a college should a balmyy atmosphere p look in 1795 makes lo and feel like. Its inception incep it one off the oldest schools scho in the nation, and its nickname stems from the tar name of Tar Heels H pitch that ppit and nd turpentine p t were the state’s principal cipp industry. ndustry. y The nnickname is as old as the school, sch , for it was born bo during the Revolutionaryy War ar when tar was w dumped into the streams to impede im ede the advance advan of British forces. North No th Carolina State S University is located in the of Raleigh. It opened in he state capital p 1889 as a land-grant agricultural and mechang g mecha ical school Aggies sc ol and was known as A&M or Agg gg or Farmers Far rs for over a qquarter-century. y The T school’s school colors ors of pink p and blue were ggone by 1895, brown and b nd white were tried for a yyear, but the students finally white nally chose red and w to represent the school. An unhappy p ppy fan in 1922 said like id State St t football f tb ll players l bbehaved h d lik a pack of wolves, and the tterm p of wolv s, an erm tthatt was coined in derision badge de ion became became a badg ge oof honor. no The University U Univer rsity off Virg Virginia ni wass fou founded nded in n 1819 by y Thomas Jefferson and is one of three things on his tombstone for which he wanted to be remembered. James Madison and James Monroe were on the board of governors in the early years. The Rotunda, a halfscale version of the Pantheon which faces the Lawn, is the focal point of the grounds as the campus is called. Jefferson wanted his school to educate leaders in practical affairs and public service, not just to train teachers. Virginia Tech was established in 1872 as an all-male military school dedicated to the original land-grant mission of teaching agriculture and engineering. The University has grown from a small college of 132 students into the largest institution of higher education in the state during its 132-year history. Located in Southwest Virginia on a plateau between the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, the campus consists of 334 buildings and 20 miles of sidewalks over 2,600 acres. The official school colors - Chicago maroon and burnt orange - were selected in 1896 because they made a “unique combination” not worn elsewhere at the time.

Wake Forest University was started on Calvin Jones’ plantation amid the stately pine forest of Wake County in 1834. The Baptist seminary is still there, but the school was moved to Winston-Salem in 1956 on a site donated by Charles H. and Mary Reynolds Babcock. President Harry S. Truman attended the ground-breaking ceremonies that brought a picturesque campus of Georgian architecture and painted roofs. Wake’s colors have been black and gold since 1895, thanks to a badge designed by student John Heck who died before he graduated. School Affiliations BOSTON COLLEGE -- Charter member of the Big East Conference in 1979; joined the ACC in July, 2005. CLEMSON -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Association rcollegiate g Athletic Ass Southern iin 1894; a charter member of the Sou Conference erence in 1921;; a charter member of the Atlantic 1953. antic Coast Conference (ACC) in 19 in DUKE -- Joined the Southern Conference Confer 1928; charter member of the ACC December, 1928 in 1953. FLORIDA STATE -- Charter member of the Conference in 1948; joined the Metro Dixie Con Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC Conferen 1991. July, 199 GEORGIA TECH -- Charter member of the GEORGI Intercollegiate Athletic Association Southern In Southern Conferin 1894;; charter member of South ence in 1921;; charter member of the SEC in 1932; joined the ACC in April, 11978. MARYLAND member ARYLAND -- Charter me mb of the Southern charter memrn Conference in 1921; char ha ber of the ACC 1953. CC in 1953 MIAMI member M IAMI -- Charter Charter me mber of the Big g East Football Conference joined Fo otball Con nferen nce in 1991; joine d the ACC July,, 200 2004. in July 4. member of NORTH CAROLINA -- Charter memb Associathe Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Ass tion in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. NC STATE -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. VIRGINIA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; resigned from Southern Conference in December 1936; joined the ACC in December, 1953. VIRGINIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern Conference in June, 1965; became a charter member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. WAKE FOREST -- Joined the Southern Conference in February, 1936; charter member of the ACC in 1953.


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ACC Commissioner John Swofford Now in his 15th year as Commissioner, and just the fourth in Atlantic Coast Conference history, John Swofford has made a dramatic impact on the ACC and college athletics. Swofford has built his career on the appropriate balance of academics, athletic achievement and integrity and is regarded as one of the top administrators in the NCAA. In addition to overseeing one of the nation’s largest athletic conferences, Swofford has been pivotal in positioning the Atlantic Coast Conference for the future. VISION In July of 2010, Swofford’s leadership and negotiating skills helped the conference secure a new 12-year multimedia rights agreement with ESPN. The extensive television package begins with the 2011-12 academic year and will more than double television revenue to the 12 member institutions. In addition to reaching new heights financially, ACC content will now be televised more, both regionally and nationally, than at any point in league history, while also best positioning the conference within the continuous, ever-changing world of technology.

In 2003, on behalf of the league’s member institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, Swofford led the conference through expansion. In becoming a 12-member league, Swofford helped bring the ACC extended and enhanced exposure across television and national radio packages and strongly positioned it for the future. The ACC showcased its inaugural Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game in 2005 to a sellout crowd. Now in its seventh year, the game will be played in Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium for the second consecutive season. Since becoming Commissioner, Swofford has been responsible for securing increased bowl opportunities and for the second year, the ACC has agreements in place with nine bowls including the Discover Orange Bowl, home of the ACC Champion since 2006. Highly respected by his peers, Swofford was a force in the development and growth of the Bowl Championship Series and is the only person to serve two terms as its Coordinator. Under Swofford’s tenure, the prestigious ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament has traveled to many dynamic cities within the footprint of the league including Atlanta, Ga., Washington DC and Tampa, Fla., in addition to the traditional stops in Greensboro and Charlotte. The 2001 ACC Tournament in Atlanta set NCAA attendance records for single session (40,083), per session average (36,505) and total attendance (182,525). In the sport of basketball, Swofford was instrumental in creating the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that began in men’s basketball in 1999. Then in 2007, the two conferences hosted the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge. In his first year as Commissioner, Swofford placed an added emphasis on the development of women’s basketball in the ACC with the hiring of an Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball to oversee all aspects of the sport on both a conference and national level. STUDENT-ATHLETE WELFARE & COMMUNITY OUTREACH A long-time advocate of the importance of academics and student-athlete welfare, Swofford stimulated the formation of the league’s first-ever ACC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. This group of current ACC student-athletes gives the conference direct feedback on their experiences competing at the highest level of college athletics. Swofford was instrumental in the enhancement of the league’s ACC Postgraduate Scholarship Awards program by ensuring that additional scholarship dollars are distributed to more student-athletes than at any point in the league’s history. The long-time partnership between the ACC and United Way has flourished under Swofford’s leadership. His commitment to public service and volunteerism across our member institutions has been highlighted through the league’s Public Service Announcements. Across the collegiate landscape, the relationship with United Way is unique to the ACC and its member institutions. Under Swofford’s direction this past year, the ACC launched its “Community Connections” outreach program which sponsored educational and mentoring activities along with donating books to the communities in which the league holds its conference championships. The initiative was created to teach life lessons to elementary and middle school students by the ACC’s student-athletes visiting local schools to discuss topics such as the importance of healthy living and sportsmanship. ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE During Swofford’s first 14 years as Commissioner, ACC teams have won 52 national team titles and 1,552 ACC teams have participated in various NCAA championships - an average of over 110 NCAA teams per year. I n the 2010-11 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, the ACC was the only conference with four schools in the Top 10; one of two leagues with five members in the Top 20 and one of only three conferences with all of its members in the Top 75. This past year marks the 10th consecutive year that the ACC has placed four or more teams in the Top 30. In football, at least seven ACC teams have earned bowl bids in each of the last five seasons. In 2008, the conference set an NCAA record when 10 of its 12 teams (83%) participated in bowl play. During his tenure, the ACC has won five NCAA Men’s Basketball titles, more than any other conference. In addition, the league was represented by three of its women’s basketball programs in the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four. In that same year, it was an all-ACC final as the conference claimed its second NCAA Women’s Basketball National title. A native of North Wilkesboro, NC, Swofford was a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina and played on UNC’s 1971 ACC Football Championship team. He received his Masters of Education in Athletic Administration from Ohio University and then began his career at the University of Virginia in 1973. He returned to his alma mater in 1976 and became the school’s athletic director on May 1, 1980. At the age of 31, he was the youngest major college Athletics Director in the nation at the time and served as its Director of Athletics from 1980-1997. UNC’s athletic program led the league in both ACC and NCAA Championships during Swofford’s tenure as Athletic Director. John and his wife Nora reside in Greensboro, NC, and together they have three children: Amie, Chad and Autumn, who is married to Sherman Wooden. Autumn and Sherman welcomed Maya, their first child, to the family in April of 2010.

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John D. Swofford, Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference Personal Information Full Name: John Douglas Swofford Hometown: North Wilkesboro, NC Wife: Nora Swofford Amie, Chad, Autumn (husband Sherman Wooden) Children: Grandchildren: Maya Education High School: College: Graduate:

Wilkes Central High School, 1967 North Wilkesboro, NC University of North Carolina, 1971 Morehead Scholarship Recipient BA in Industrial Relations Ohio University, 1973 MEd. in Athletics Administration

Playing Experience 1965-67 1969-71

Two-time All-State QB and three-sport MVP at Wilkes Central High School North Carolina varsity football team quarterback and defensive back Peach Bowl, 1970 Gator Bowl, 1971 ACC Champions, 1971 ACC Academic Honor Roll, 1970-71

Athletic Administration Experience 1973-76 Ticket Manager/Asst. to the Director of Athletic Facilities and Finance University of Virginia 1976-79 Assistant Athletics Director and Business Manager University of North Carolina 1979-80 Assistant Executive Vice-President of the Educational Foundation University of North Carolina 1980-97 Director of Athletics University of North Carolina 1997- Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference Membership on Boards and Committees Sports Business Journal’s Sports Business Awards Committee, 2011-present NCAA Men’s College Basketball Officiating, LLC Board, 2010-present National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Honorary Board, 2009-present College Football Officiating, LLC Board of Managers, 2008-present North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame Advisory Board, 2008-present Wyndham Championship Board of Directors, 2002-present National Letter of Intent Appeals Committee, 2002-present BCS Coordinator, 2000-01, 2008-09 IA Collegiate Commissioner’s Assoc. (Chair), 2005-07 NCAA Football Board of Directors (President), 2004-05 NCAA Executive Committee, 1995-97 NCAA Division I Championship Committee (Chair), 1995-97 NCAA Special Committee to Study a Division I-A Football Championship, 1994-95 President of NACDA, 1993-94 NCAA Special Events Committee, 1987-91 NCAA Communications Committee (Chair), 1987-89 NCAA Football Television Committee (Chair), 1984 Honors and Awards Corbett Award, 2011 (presented annually by NACDA as the highest honor one can achieve in collegiate athletics administration) Achievement in Business Award, 2011 (presented annually by Ohio University’s College of Business) Father of the Year, 2011 (recognized by the Greater Greensboro Area Father’s Day Council) North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 2009 Homer Rice Award, 2005 (presented by the Division 1A Athletic Directors’ Association) Horizon Award, 2004 (presented by the Atlanta Sports Council recognizing the National Sports Business Executive of the Year) Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame, 2003 Fifth most influential person in U.S. sports by the Sporting News, 2003 Outstanding American Award for the Triangle Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame, 2002

North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, 2002 Ohio University’s Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1984


The Facts On ACC Football

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ACC Schools Are No. 1 Period!... In the latest American University rankings by U.S. News & World Report, Atlantic Coast Conference schools hold the highest composite ranking of any conference in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision. (p.19)

ACC Football Is No. 1 in Academics!... By any measurement, whether it is the NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate, which calculates the graduation rate of each school’s football program or the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate, which measures both graduation and retention, the Atlantic Coast Conference, ranks first among all collegiate conferences in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision. The ACC has led the nation in football GSR for the past six years and has led in the APR since its inception five years ago. Additionally, ACC head football coaches lead the nation in their composite APR. (p. 19)

Former ACC Players Lead All Leagues In NFL Production... According to a study covering the 2005-10 seasons, or since the ACC became a 12-team league, former ACC players lead alumni of all other FBS conferences in three categories of NFL productivity: first-team Associated Press All-Pro citations (six); percentage of draftees playing at least one NFL game (86.11 percent); and total games played in the league (4,890). (p. 5)

Alumni From Current ACC Schools Lead All Conferences in Selections to the NFL’s Pro Bowl... Over the past two seasons, alumni from current ACC schools have earned significantly more selections to the National Football League’s Pro Bowl than have the alumni of any other conference. A total of 47 players from current ACC schools were selected to play in the past two Pro Bowls. The SEC was next with 30 selections. (p. 5)

The ACC Leads All Collegiate Conferences in Producing NFL Linebackers... In each of the past three years, the ACC has had more linebackers on the rosters of NFL teams than has any other collegiate conference. This past year, 53 players from current ACC schools were listed as linebackers on NFL rosters. The Big Ten Conference was next with 49. (p.5)

Current ACC Schools Have Claimed 10 National Championships in Football And Then Some... Current ACC schools have captured 10 National Championships in Football (AP, UPI or BCS) including five by Miami, two by Florida State and one each by Clemson, Georgia Tech, Maryland. Additionally, Wikipedia credits four ACC schools with another 15 college football national championships.

Over The Past Six Years, The ACC Has Sent 50 Teams to Bowl Games... During that time, only the SEC (52) has sent more teams to bowl games than has the ACC. The ACC set a single-season NCAA Bowl Participation record in 2002, when seven of its then nine teams went to bowl games (.778), and again in 2008, when 10 of the Conference’s 12 teams were invited to bowl games (.833). (p. 17)

The ACC Accounted for 25% of the Top Players Chosen in the 2011 NFL Draft... Of the first 60 players selected in this year’s NFL Draft, 15 were ACC players. That gave the league 25% of the cream of the crop in this year’s draft. The next closest league, the SEC, had 10 players chosen among the first 60. (p.189) ACC Teams Have Appeared in 7 of ESPN’s Most Viewed Non-BCS Bowl Games... Aside, from this year’s BCS Games, ACC Schools played in seven of the 10 most viewed bowl games in ESPN history including last year’s Chick-fil-A (5th) and Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowls (7th). (p.19)


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2011 ACC Football Schedule

Thursday, September 1 Western Carolina at Georgia Tech (ESPN3.com), 7:30 pm Wake Forest at Syracuse, (ESPN3.com) 8 pm Saturday, September 3 Northwestern at Boston College (ESPNU), Noon Troy at Clemson (ESPN3), 3:30 pm Richmond at Duke (ESPN3), 7 pm ULL at Florida State (ESPNU), 3:30 pm James Madison at North Carolina (RSN), 3:30 pm Liberty at NC State (ESPN3), 6 pm William & Mary at Virginia, (ESPN3), 6 pm Appalachian State at Virginia Tech (ACC Network), 12:30 pm Monday, September 5 Miami at Maryland, ESPN, 8 pm Saturday, September 10 Boston College at UCF, CBSSN, 8 pm Wofford at Clemson (ESPN3), 3:30 pm Stanford at Duke (ESPNU), 3:30 pm Charleston Southern at Florida State (ESPN3.com), 6 pm Georgia Tech at Middle Tennessee, ESPN3.com, 7 pm Rutgers at North Carolina (ACC Network),12:30 pm NC State at Wake Forest (RSN), 3:30 pm Virginia at Indiana, (Big Ten), 7 pm Virginia Tech at East Carolina, FSN, 3:30 pm Saturday, September 17 Duke at Boston College (ACC Network), 12:30 pm Auburn at Clemson (ABC), Noon Oklahoma at Florida State, (ESPN or ABC), 7:30 or 8 pm Kansas at Georgia Tech (RSN), 12:30 pm West Virginia at Maryland (ESPN, 2 or U), Noon Ohio State at Miami (ESPN or ABC), 7:30 or 8 pm Virginia at North Carolina (ESPNU), 3:30 pm South Alabama at NC State (ESPN3), 3:30 pm Arkansas State at Virginia Tech (RSN), 4 pm Gardner-Webb at Wake Forest (ESPN3), 6:30 pm Thursday, September 22 NC State at Cincinnati (ESPN) 8 pm

Saturday, September 24 Massachusetts at Boston College Florida State at Clemson Tulane at Duke North Carolina at Georgia Tech Temple at Maryland Kansas State at Miami Southern Mississippi at Virginia Virginia Tech at Marshall Saturday, October 1 Wake Forest at Boston College Clemson at Virginia Tech Duke at FIU (ESPN3.com), 6 pm Georgia Tech at NC State Towson at Maryland Bethune-Cookman at Miami North Carolina at East Carolina (CBSSN), 8 pm Idaho at Virginia Saturday, October 8 Boston College at Clemson Florida State at Wake Forest Maryland at Georgia Tech Miami at Virginia Tech Louisville at North Carolina Central Michigan at NC State Saturday, October 15 Clemson at Maryland Florida State at Duke Georgia Tech at Virginia Miami at North Carolina Virginia Tech at Wake Forest Saturday, October 22 Boston College at Virginia Tech North Carolina at Clemson Wake Forest at Duke Maryland at Florida State Georgia Tech at Miami NC State at Virginia Thursday, October 27 Virginia at Miami (ESPN) 8 pm Saturday, October 29 Boston College at Maryland Clemson at Georgia Tech Virginia Tech at Duke NC State at Florida State Wake Forest at North Carolina

Thursday, November 3 Florida State at Boston College (ESPN), 8 pm Saturday, November 5 Duke at Miami Virginia at Maryland North Carolina at NC State Notre Dame at Wake Forest Thursday, November 10 Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech (ESPN), 8 pm Saturday, November 12 NC State at Boston College Wake Forest at Clemson Duke at Virginia Miami at Florida State Notre Dame vs. Maryland (NBC), 7:30 pm (FedEx Field; Landover, Md.) Thursday, November 17 North Carolina at Virginia Tech (ESPN), 8 pm Saturday, November 19 Boston College at Notre Dame (NBC) 4 pm Clemson at NC State Georgia Tech at Duke Virginia at Florida State Maryland at Wake Forest Miami at South Florida Friday, November 25 Boston College at Miami (ABC), 3:30 pm Saturday, November 26 Clemson at South Carolina Duke at North Carolina Florida State at Florida Georgia at Georgia Tech Maryland at NC State Virginia Tech at Virginia Vanderbilt at Wake Forest Saturday, December 3 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game, Charlotte, N.C. (ESPN), 8 pm

All Times Eastern. After the games of September 17, game times and TV will be announced with either a 6 or 12-day advance notice beginning on Monday, Sept. 12 for the games of Sept. 24.


The ACC & The National Football League ACC Leads All Leagues In Production In the NFL Since 2006, No League Is Better Than the ACC If you want to play in the National Football League and perform at the highest level, the place to fine-tune your skills is the Atlantic Coast Conference. Over the past five years (2006-10), more ACC players have been chosen All-Pro (AP), a higher percentage of ACC players who have been drafted have played at least one NFL game (GP) and ACC draftees have started (ST) more NFL games than any other conference in America. Additionally, over the last three years, more standouts from current ACC schools have earned selection to the NFL’s prestigious Pro Bowl (PB). More than 86 percent of ACC players drafted during the 2006-10 seasons have played at least one NFL game. That’s the highest such percentage of any FBS conference. ACC draftees in this time period. have combined to start 155 starting seasons with a starting season defined as have started more than half of his team’s games. That’s also a national high for any conference’s alumni.

Why the NFL loves the ACC By Dennis Dodd, CBSSports.com Posted on: February 8, 2011 12:43 pm (Reprinted with permission of CBSSports.com)

Gil Brandt loves to analyze the draft. At times, Gil Brandt is the draft. The former vice president of player personnel for the Cowboys (1960-89) was responsible for evaluating and drafting several hall of famers in his career. For the last eight years he has been a draft expert and personnel guru for NFL.com. For the purposes of Tuesday's ACC story, he shared with us some exclusive statistics regarding the conference's strength in NFL war rooms. Since 2000, the ACC is second only to the SEC in total number of players drafted. Highlighting that is a stat Brandt calls a "value index". He assigns a number for each player drafted. Here is the ACC's individual players drafted and value index from 2001-2010: Miami, 62 players drafted/215 VI; Florida State, 51/149; Virginia Tech, 47/106; Virginia, 29/73; Maryland, 26/73; North Carolina State, 27/72; Clemson, 29/70; North Carolina 27/63; BC, 19/58; Georgia Tech, 22/55; Wake Forest, 16/36; Duke, 1/1. Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Florida State and Maryland won ACC titles in those 10 years. This is where it gets even more interesting for ACC.. SEC ..Big Ten ..Big 12 ..Pac-10 Draft. ... 180 ... 199 .....163 ....... 144 ........ 155 the ACC in the butt-kicking draft department ... --From 2001-2010, seven current ACC teams are Played.. 155 ... 163 .....137 ....... 118 ........ 133 in the top 26 in Brandt's value index: 1. Miami; % ..........861 ...819 ... .841........819 ...... .858 6. Florida State; 12. Virginia Tech; T22. Virginia; Years.... 423 ... 422 .....382 ....... 300 ........ 352 Maryland; 24. NC State; 25. Clemson. The top three probably aren't a surprise but Avg/Dr. 2.35 ..2.12 ... 2.34.......2.08 ...... 2.27 certainly Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina AP.......... 6 ....... 5 .........5 ........... 4 .............. 2 State and Clemson being in the mix raises some PB......... 17 ..... 21 .......12 ......... 13 ........... 18 eyebrows. During that time Virginia produced ST ........ 155 ... 150 .....145 ....... 131 ........ 116 the likes of Heath Miller (30th overall, 2005), D'Brickashaw Ferguson (fourth overall, 2006), ST/Dr. ..1.00 ..0.76 ... 0.89.......0.91 ...... .075 Chris Long (second overall, 2008) and Eugene GP....... 4890 . 5123 ...4570 ..... 3478 ..... 3816 Monroe (eighth overall, 2009). Maryland noGP/Dr. 27.17 25.74 . 28.04.....24.15 ... 24.62 tables included E.J. Henderson (second round, 2003), Shawne Merriman (12th overall, 2005), Vernon Davis (sixth overall, 2006) and Darius ACC Schools Lead All In Heyward-Bey (seventh overall, 2009). NC State draft highlights include Philip Rivers (fourth NFL Pro Bowl Players In each of the past two years, significantly overall, 2004) and Mario Williams (first overall, In 2006, the Pack had three total firstmore former players from current Atlantic 2006). round picks. Clemson had Gaines Adams (fourth Coast Conference schools have been chosen overall, 2007) and C.J. Spiller (ninth overall, to the NFL’s prestigious Pro Bowl than any 2010). other league. In the 2009 and 2010 NFL Pro From 2000-2009, 31 schools have produced Bowl Games, players from current ACC 50.8 percent of all selections, essentially a quarter schools have accounted for 47 selections. The of Division I-A. ACC schools finished second next closest conference was the SEC with 30, (Miami), fourth (Florida State), ninth (Virginia followed by the Pac-12 with 28. Tech) and 26th (Virginia) in total picks. In that same span, 14 schools produced 56 percent of the top 10 picks. Miami, Florida State, Players From Current ACC Schools Virginia and NC State are among that group. In the NFL Pro Bowl Nineteen schools produced 61 percent of the ACC SEC Big Ten.. Big 12 Pac-10 top 30 draftees. The ACC finished first (Miami), 2009...... 23 ..... 15 .......14 ......... 11 ........... 13 fourth (Florida State) and 16th (Boston College). Twenty schools produced 53.3 percent of the 2010...... 24 ..... 15 ....... 11 ......... 11 ........... 15 top 60 draftees. The ACC finished first (Miami), Totals ... 47 ..... 30 .......25 ......... 22 ........... 28 fourth (Florida State), 14th (Virginia Tech) and 15th (BC). Twenty-two schools produced more than half (50.7 percent) of the top 100 picks. The ACC finished first (Miami), fourth (Florida State), 15th (Virginia Tech) and 17th (Maryland).

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ACC Leads All In Producing NFL Linebackers For the third straight year, the ACC had more of its former players playing in the NFL as linebackers than any other conference in 2010. The ACC led all conferences in 2010 with a total of 53 former players who are playing the linebacker position in the National Football League. The next closest conference to the ACC was the Big Ten (49). The SEC was third with 46. The ACC tied the Big Ten and the SEC with 56 linebackers in the NFL in 2009, and the conference had far and away the most in the 2008 season with 62 linebackers in the NFL compared to 51 for the Big Ten, which was the next closest conference Every ACC school contributed at least one linebacker to the conference total in the NFL, with eight schools having four former players each, led by Miami (9), Georgia Tech (7) and Maryland and Florida State with six each. North Carolina, which had the fewest LB’s in the NFL last year, had two chosen on this year’s NFL Draft among their nation-high nine NFL Draftees. ACC Leads All Conferences in NFL Linebackers Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9. 10. 12.

Conference ................................. LBs Atlantic Coast ............................... 53 Big Ten .......................................... 49 Southeastern ................................... 46 Big 12 ............................................. 35 Pac-10............................................. 31 Mountain West ............................... 20 Big East .......................................... 17 Western Athletic ............................... 9 Sun Belt ............................................ 7 Mid American .................................. 6 Conference USA............................... 5 Miami Leads All ACC Schools in NFL Linebackers Team ........................................... LBs Miami ............................................... 9 Georgia Tech .................................... 7 Florida State ..................................... 6 Maryland .......................................... 6 Wake Forest ...................................... 5 Boston College ................................. 4 Virginia ............................................. 4 Virginia Tech .................................... 4 Clemson............................................ 3 Duke ................................................. 2 NC State ........................................... 2 North Carolina.................................. 1

Miami Ties Penn State, Ohio State To Lead Nation in Linebackers in NFL Pl. Team .............................................LBs 1. Miami .............................................. 9 Penn State ......................................... 9 Ohio State ......................................... 9 4. Southern California .......................... 8 5. Georgia Tech ................................... 7 Michigan .......................................... 7 Nebraska........................................... 7 Purdue .............................................. 7 Tennessee ......................................... 7


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2011 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship

Bank of America Stadium

The Charlotte Westin Hotel The Th Charlotte Ch l tt Westin W ti H Hotel t l will ill serve as both the Championship Game Headquarters and the Media Headquarters for the ACC’s Seventh Annual Football Championship Game. Conveniently located in Uptown Charlotte and within walking distance of Bank of America Stadium, the hotel will serve as the media headquarters on Friday and Saturday prior to the Championship Game. A media workroom and hospitality room with complimentary internet wireless connections will be available on Friday and Saturday. The Westin is located at 601 South College Street, Charlotte, N.C., 28202. (704) 375-2600 Team Hotels: Atlantic Division: Omni Charlotte Hotel Coastal Division: Charlotte Marriott City Center

Championship Game Facts In its second year in Charlotte, the Dr Pepper Atlantic Coast Conference Football Championship Game will again be a prime time experience with an 8 p.m. kickoff at Bank of America Stadium. The 2011 Championship Game will be nationally televised by ESPN on Saturday, December 3. Bank of America Stadium is home to Charlotte’s Belk Bowl, to the NFL’s Carolina Panthers, and to various other college football games.

Championship Week Schedule: (Subject to Change)

Sunday, November 27 Coaches Media Teleconference ............4 p.m. (Media Only) Monday, November 28 Players Media Teleconference .......11:30 a.m. (Media Only) Friday, December 2 Championship Game Press Conference. .1 p.m. (Bank of America Stadium Both Coaches Available) ACC Night of Legends .................... 6-10 p.m. (Charlotte Convention Center) Saturday, December 3 ACC FanFest ..........................12 noon-7 p.m. (Bank of America Stadium; Graham & Mint Streets)

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Virginia Tech captured the 2010 ACC Football Championship with a 44-33 triumph over Florida State before 72,379 fans in Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium

ACC Divisional Tiebreaker If more than one team in the same division is tied for the best winning percentage in its Conference games, the procedures listed below will be followed to determine the division’s representative in the ACC Championship Game:

Two-Team Tie: 1. Head-to-head competition between the two tied teams. 2. Records of the tied teams within the division. 3. Head-to-head competition versus the team within the division with the best overall record. (Divisional) Conference record and preceding through the division. Multiple ties within the division broken from first-to-last. 4. Overall record versus all common non-divisional opponents. 5. Combined record vs. all non-divisional teams. 6. Record versus common non-divisional teams based on their order of finish (divisional and non-divisional) and proceeding through other common non-divisional teams based on their order of finish within their division. 7. The tied team with the highest ranking in the Bowl Championship Series Standings following the end of regular season game shall be the divisional representative in the ACC Championship Game. 8. The representative shall be chosen by a draw.

Three-Team (or More) Team Tie (Once tie has been reduced to two teams, the two-team tiebreaker format is used.) 1. Combined head-to-head record among teams. 2. Records of the tied teams within the division. 3. Head-to-head competition versus the team within the division with the best overall (divisional or conference) record, and proceeding through the division. Multiple ties within the division will be broken first to last. 4. Overall record for non-divisional teams. 5. Combined record versus all common non-divisional teams. 6. Record versus common non-divisional with the best overall Conference (divisional and non divisional record) and proceeding through the other common non-divisional teams based on their order of finish within the division. 7. The tied team with the highest ranking in the BCS Standings following the conclusion of regular season games shall be the divisional representative in the ACC Championship Game, unless the second of the tied teams is ranked within five-or-fewer places of the highest ranked tied team. In this case, the head-to-head results of the top two ranked tied teams shall determine the representative in the ACC Championship Game. 8. The representative shall be chosen by a draw.


2005-2007 ACC Championship Games

2005

Florida State Captures Inaugural ACC Title Game

2006

Wake Forest Claims First ACC Gridiron Title Since 1970

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2007

Virginia Tech Wins Second ACC Title in Four Years

December 3, 2005

December 2, 2006

December 1, 2007

Jacksonville, Fla.--Florida State's Willie Reid returned a punt 83 yards for a touchdown and Drew Weatherford threw for 225 yards and one touchdown as the Seminoles upset No. 5 Virginia Tech 27-22 in the inaugural ACC title game ... the victory marked the Seminoles' 12th ACC title in 14 years … Reid, who finished with 210 all-purpose yards, was named the game's most valuable player … sparked by Reid's return to open the second half, FSU scored 24 unanswered third-quarter points, snapping a 3-3 halftime tie … Marcus Vick led ed the Hokies to three touchdowns in the fourth quarter that cut the Seminole lead to 27-22. miin le minole

Jacksonville, Fla.--Wake Forest’s Sam Swank kicked three field goals, including the game-winner with 2:55 left to play as the 16th-ranked Demon Deacons claimed their first ACC title since 1970 with a 9-6 victory over No. 23 Georgia Tech ... Swank, who made good on three of four field goal attempts and punted seven times for a 42.6 yards per kick average, was named the game’s most valuable player ... freshman QB Riley Skinner completed 14-of-25 passes for 201 yards, including a 45-yard completion to Willie Idlette that set up Swank’s game-winning field goal ... Deacon LB Jon Abbate had a game-high 15 tackles the Yellow Jackets to and keyed a defense that limited th a pair of field goals and 272 yard yards yar in total offense ... Tech ch h WR Calv Calvin Johnson finis finish finished with eight catches forr 117 yards ards while Tashard Choice had his sixthsixth straight aight ight ght ht 100 0 ya yard effort, fini finishing shing hing with an even 10 100 yards carries. dss on 21 carrie car carries

Jacksonville, Fla.--Virginia Tech held the highpowered Boston College offense scoreless over the final 35 minutes of play, overcoming a nine-point first half deficit to claim its second ACC title since joining the league in 2004...Led by junior quarterback Sean Glennon, who was named the championship game MVP, the Hokies scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull out the 30-16 win...For the game, Glennon completed 18 of 27 pass attempts for 174 yards and three touchdowns...Hokie receivers Josh Morgan, Eddie Royal and Josh Hyman combined for nearly 150 yards and three touchdowns...The Hokie defense forced two turnovers, scoring one TD on an interception return, and the special teams unit blocked two kicks, including a PAT that was returned for two points...For BC, Matt Ryan passed for 305 yards and running back Andre Callender set a championship game record with 13 receptions in the losing effort.

Teams 1 mss Wake Forest orest 0 Georgia ia a Tech 3 Attendance-62,850 ance-62,850 ncece-

Teams 1 Virginia Tech .......... 0 Boston College ...... 7 Attendance-53,212

Teamss 1 Virginia 3 ginia Tech Florida 3 orida State Attendance-72,749 ttendance-72,749 49

2 0 0

3 0 24

4 199 0

Score Scor ore 222 27

Scoring ng Summary Sum FSU--Cismesia 31 yd field Cisme C Ci ism sm fielld goal al VT--Pace acee 45 4 yd field goall FSU--Reid Reeid R iid d 83 83 yd punt return retturn ur (Cismesia C essiaa kick) kick FSU--Washington Waaas W ashi ashingto sshi hhiing ingt ngt 14 ydd run (Cismesiaa kick) kkick ck) FSU--Cismesia SU--Cismesia ism smesia meees m esi sia ia 41 ia 41 yd y field fieeld goal FSU--Davis U--Davis viss 6 yd y passs from ffrr m Weatherford (Cismesi (Cismesia (Cism kick) k

VT--Morgan Morgan n 288 yd yd pass ppas aasssss from fro Vick (pass failed) fr failed faile VT--Vickk 4 yd run unn (pass ((pas paas asss failed) failed fa fai VT--Vick 1 yd run (Pace Pace ki kkick) kick ick) c Final Statistics .............................. VT 1st Downs.........................................24 Rushes-Yards.............................. 31-41 Passing Yards .................................335 Passes Att-Comp-Int ...............52-26-1 Total Offense (plays-yards) ...... 83-376 Punt Returns-Yards ...................... 4-23 Kickoff Returns-Yards ................. 4-85 Punts (Number-Avg) ................. 7-41.7 Fumbles-Lost ................................. 4-1 Penalties-Yards......................... 17-143

FSU 15 24-47 225 35-21-0 59-272 3-98 4-73 8-42.5 0-0 12-114

2 3 0

3 0 0

4 6 3

Score Scor 9 6

Scoring S Summary GT--Bell 21 yard field goal all WF--Swank 19 yard field goal oal GT--Bell 34 yard field goall WF--Swank 33 yard field goal WF--Swank 22 yard field goal Final Statistics ............................. WF 1st Downs.........................................16 Rushes-Yards.............................. 43-91 Passing Yards .................................201 Passes Att-Comp-Int ...............25-14-0 Total Offense (plays-yards) ...... 68-292 Punt Returns-Yards ...................... 2-18 Kickoff Returns-Yards ................. 3-78 Punts (Number-Avg) ................. 7-42.6 Fumbles-Lost ................................. 0-0 Penalties-Yards............................. 7-85

GT 18 38-143 129 29-9-2 67-272 3-15 2-38 5-50.0 0-0 6-45

Individual Statistics Rushing: VT-Marcus Vick 17-11; Eddie Royal 1-9; Branden Ore 5-7; Cedric Humes 5-7; Mike Imoh 3-4; Duane Brown 0-3. FSU-Lorenzo Booker; 7-31; Leon Washington 11-30; Drew Weatherford 2-(3); Team 4-(11).

Individual Statistics Rushing: WF-Kenneth Moore 16-38; Willie Idlette 6-35; Kevin Marion 4-20; De’Angelo Bryant 9-19; Nate Morton 1-4; Rich Belton 1-2; Riley Skinner 5-(27); Team 1-0. GT-Tashard Choice 21-100; Reggie Ball 15-46; Calvin Johnson 3-(3).

Passing: VT-Marcus Vick 26-52-1-335. FSU-Drew Weatherford 21-35-0-225.

Passing: WF-Riley Skinner 14-25-0-201. GT-Reggie Ball 9-29-2-129.

Receiving: VT-Josh Morgan 7-128; Eddie Royal 4-43; David Clowney 4-35; Jeff King 3-35; Cedric Humes 3-34; John Kinzer 2-16; Justin Harper 1-35; Jesse Allen 1-5; Mike Imoh 1-4. FSU-Willie Reid 5-79; Greg Carr 4-78; Chris Davis 4-21; De'Cody Fagg 3-37; Donnie Carter 2-minus 2; Fred Rouse 1-6; Matt Henshaw 1-4; Leon Washington 1-2

Receiving: WF-Nate Morton 4-40; Willie Idlette 3-73; Rich Belton 2-5; John Tereshinski 1-39; Kevin Marion 1-18; Mike Rinfrette 1-18; Zac Selmon 1-5; Kenneth Moore 1-3. GT-Calvin Johnson 8-117; James Johnson 1-12.

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3 0 0

4 Score 14 30 0 16

Scoring Summary BC-Silva 51 Fumble Return (Aponovicius Kick) BC-Aponovicius 37 FG VT-Morgan 5 Pass from Glennon (Dunlevy Kick) BC-Ryan 14 Run (Aponovicius Kick) VT-Flowers PAT Return VT-Hyman 13 Pass from Glennon (Dunlevy Kick) VT--Royal 24 Pass from Glennon (Dunlevy Kick) VT--Adibi 40 Interception Return (Dunlevy Kick) Final Statistics ..............................VT 1st Downs ........................................ 22 Rushes-Yards...............................36-98 Passing Yards ................................. 202 Passes Comp-Att-Int ............... 21-33-1 Total Offense (plays-yards) .......69-300 Punt Returns-Yards .........................0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards ..................2-41 Punts (Number-Avg) ..................7-46.3 Fumbles-Lost ..................................1-1 Penalties-Yards..............................7-46

BC 24 25-84 305 33-52-2 77-389 2-22 4-66 4-39.8 0-0 5-49

Individual Statistics Rushing: VT-Branden Ore 19-55; Tyrod Taylor 9-36; Kenny Lewis 1-7; Sean Glennon 7-0. BC-Andre Callender 15-51; Matt Ryan 6-35; L.V. Whitworth 1-1. Passing: VT-Sean Glennon 18-27-1-174; Tyrod Taylor 3-6-0-28. BC-Matt Ryan 33-52-2-305. Receiving: VT-Josh Morgan 8-55; Eddie Royal 4-63; Josh Hyman 4-30; Branden Ore 3-15; Justin Harper 2-22; Greg Boone 1-17. BC-Andre Callender 13-92; Kevin Challenger 4-45; Rich Gunnell 4-44; Brandon Robinson 3-54; Clarence Megwa 3-27; L.V. Whitworth 3-16; Ryan Purvis 2-14; Justin Jarvis 1-13.


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2008-2010 ACC Championship Games

2008

2009

Virginia Tech Downs BC, Claims Third Title in Five Years

Georgia Tech Nips Clemson

December 6, 2008 Tampa, Fla.--MVP Tyrod Taylor rushed for two touchdowns, and Coastal Division champion Virginia Tech came up with a solid defensive effort to defeat Atlantic Division rival Boston College 30-12 in the 2008 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game at Raymond James Stadium. The win marked the second straight ACC title and the third in five years for the Hokies, who defeated the Eagles 30-16 in the 2007 championship game. Freshman Darren Evans added 114 yards rushing on 31 carries, including a 10-yard touchdown run, and Dustin Keys set an ACC Championship Game record with a 50-yard field goal. Orion Martin capped the win for the Hokies (9-4) when he recovered a fumble and returned it 17 yards for a TD. Boston College (9-4) scored a second-quarter touchdown on Dominique Davis’ 16-yard pass to Rich Gunnell, who finished the game with seven catches for 114 yards. Teams 1 Boston College ........ 0 Virginia Tech .......... 7 Attendance-53,927

2 7 7

3 0 10

4 5 6

Score 12 30

Scoring Summary VT--Taylor 5 Run (Keys Kick) VT--Taylor 4 Run (Keys Kick) BC--Gunnell 16 Pass from Davis (Aponovicius Kick) VT--Keys 50 FG VT--Evans 10 Run (Keys Kick) BC--Aponovicius 24 FG VT--Martin 17 Fumble Recovery (Kick Failed) BC--Team Safety Team Statistics ............................... BC ............... VT 1st Downs .......................................... 13 ................. 15 Rushes-Yards.................................24-45 ..........53-150 Passing Yards ................................... 263 ................. 84 Passes Comp-Att-Int ................. 17-43-2 .........11-19-1 Total Offense (plays-yards) .........67-308 ..........72-234 Punt Returns-Yards ...........................1-1 ..............4-27 Kickoff Returns-Yards ..................6-122 ..............3-79 Punts (Number-Avg) ....................8-35.5 ...........7-42.0 Fumbles-Lost ....................................3-2 ................2-2 Penalties-Yards................................4-38 ..............3-26 Indivdual Statistics Rushing: BC-Montel Harris 9-34; Dominique Davis 14-12; Team 1-(1-1). VT-Darren Evans 31-114; Tyrod Taylor 11-30; Josh Oglesby 6-18; Danny Coale 2-5. Passing: BC-Dominique Davis 17-43-2-263. VT-Tyrod Taylor 11-19-1-84. Receiving: BC-Rich Gunnell 7-114; Colin Larmond 3-25; Montel Harris 2-62; Justin Jarvis 2-28; Brandon Robinson 2-25; Lars Anderson 1-9. VT-Dyrell Roberts 4-44; Darren Evans 3-22; Jarrett Boykin 1-6; Dustin Pickle 1-5; Danny Coale 1-4; Greg Boone 1-3.

Jackets Forced to Vacate Title Due to NCAA Sanctions Tampa, Fla.--On a night of big plays and shifting momentum, 12th-ranked Georgia Tech landed the final offensive punch to outlast 25th-ranked Clemson, 39-34, in the 2009 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Championship Game on Dec. 5. Georgia Tech, though, was forced vacate its 2009 ACC title due to NCAA sanctions imposed for using an ineligible player. A crowd of 57,227 at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium and a national ESPN television audience saw the Yellow Jackets’ Jonathan Dwyer score what proved to be the winning touchdown on a 15-yard run with 1:20 to play. The rushing TD was the junior running back’s second of the night and allowed Tech (11-2) to answer after Clemson (8-5) had taken a 34-33 lead on Andre Ellington’s 1-yard run with 6:11 remaining in the game. Though the Tigers came up short in their bid to claim their first ACC title since 1991, senior RB C.J. Spiller took home game MVP honors. Spiller, the ACC Player of the Year, rushed for a career-high 233 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries. Spiller had scoring runs of 3, 41, 36 and 9 yards, and added a 54-yard run to set up Clemson’s fourth-quarter go-ahead TD. Georgia Tech, which earned the ACC’s automatic BCS bid to the Orange Bowl, also saw QB Josh Nesbitt and WR Demaryius Thomas hook up on a 70-yard scoring pass, and CB Jerrad Tarrant had a 50-yard interception return to set up a score. Teams 1 2 3 4 -- Score Georgia Tech 3 13 17 6 ------ 39 Clemson 7 6 7 14 ------ 34 Attendance--57,227 Scoring Summary CL--Spiller 3 Run (Jackson Kick), 11:24, 1st GT--Blair 48 FG, 7:30, 1st GT--Dwyer 4 Run (Blair Kick), 13:30, 2nd GT--Blair 49 FG, 5:35, 2nd CL--Spiller 41 Run (Run failed), 2:55, 2nd GT--Blair 28 FG, 0:06, 2nd GT--Nesbitt 13 Run (Blair Kick), 9:12, 3rd CL--Spiller 36 Run (Jackson Kick), 6:39, 3rd GT--Thomas 70 Pass from Nesbitt (Blair Kick), 5:10, 3rd GT--Blair 40 FG, 1:11, 3rd CL--Spiller 9 Run (Jackson Kick), 12:00, 4th CL--Ellington 1 Run (Jackson Kick), 6:11, 4th GT--Dwyer 15 Run (Run Failed), 1:20, 4th Team Statistics GT CL First Downs ............................28 .................15 Rushes-Yds .................... 65-333 ......... 34-323 Passing Yds ..........................136 .................91 Total Offense .................. 83-469 ......... 51-414 Passes-Cmp-Att-Int ......... 9-18-0 ........10-17-2 Punt Returns-Yds ................. 0-0 ............... 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yds ........ 6-117 ........... 5-106 Punts-Avg. ............................ 0-0 ............... 0-0 Fumbles-Lost ....................... 1-0 ............... 0-0 Penalties-Yards................... 5-31 ............. 4-30 Individual Statistics: Rushing: GT--Jonathan Dwyer, 24-110 2 TD; Joshua Nesbitt, 22-103, 1 TD; Roddy Jones, 4-67; Anthony Allen, 5-18; Marcus Wright, 3-13; Embry Peebles, 2-10; Preston Lyons, 3-10; CL--C.J.Spiller, 20-233, 4 TD; Andre Ellington, 5-63, 1 TD; Kyle Parker, 4-13; Jamie Harper, 3-12; Jacoby Ford, 1-4. Passing: GT--Joshua Nesbitt, 9-16-0, 136, 1 TD; CL-- Kyle Parker, 10-17-02, 91. Receiving: GT--Demaryius Thomas, 3-77, 1 TD; Embry Peeples, 2-21; Tyler Melton, 2-16; Jonathan Dwyer, 2-14; Stephen Hill, 1-8. CL--Jacoby Ford, 3-32; Michael Palmer, 3-29; Jamie Harper, 2-7; Xavier Dye, 1-18; C.J. Spiller, 1-8.

2010

Taylor-Led Hokies Capture Fourth Title in Seven Seasons December 4, 2010 Charlotte, N.C.--QB Tyrod Taylor threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another score in leading 15th-ranked Virginia Tech to a 44-33 victory over No. 21 Florida State in the 2010 ACC Championship Game before a crowd of 72,379 at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium. The win made Virginia Tech the only team in the NCAA FBS history to win 11 straight games in the same season after opening with back-to-back losses (Boise State and James Madison). The title marked Virginia Tech’s fourth ACC championship overall and its third in the title game. The Hokies won the crown in their inaugural season in the league (2004) and captured title games in 2007, 2008 and this season. Taylor completed 18-of-28 passes for 263 yards. His favorite target was WR Danny Coale, who hauled in six receptions for 143 yards and a touchdown. Taylor broke the Virginia Tech single-season school record for touchdown passes, bettering he previous record set by Maurice DeShazo's with his 23rd TD toss of the year late in the third quarter. The Hokies led 21-17 at halftime, and then eased away from the 21st-ranked Seminoles (9-4) by scoring on their first four second-half possessions. Teams 1 2 3 4 Score Florida State ............. 10 7 7 9 ...........33 Virginia Tech ............ 14 7 14 9 ...........44 Attendance-72,379 Scoring Summary FS--Hopkins 32-yard field goal. 11:43, 1st VT--Gouveia-Winslow 24 Int. Return (Hazley Kick), 8:05, 1st VT--Darren Evans 9 Run (Hazley Kick), 4:37, 1st FS--Ty Jones 2 Run (Hopkins Kick), 1:59, 1st VT--Boykin 19 pass from Taylor (Hazley Kick),10:34, 2nd FS--Ty Jones 6 Run (Hopkins Kick), 5:48, 2nd VT--Coale 45 pass from Taylor (Hazley Kick), 11:29, 3rd VT--Wilson 21 pass from Taylor (Hazeley Kick), 4:43, 3rd FS--Ty Jones 1 Run (Hopkins Kick), 1:44, 2rd VT--Taylor 5 Run (Hazley Kick Blocked), 11:29, 4th FS--Bradham 94 Return Defensive Conversion, 11:29, 4th VT--Chris Hazley 43 FG, 6:58, 4th FS--Thompson 20 pass from Manuel (Hopkins Kick), 0.07 Team Statistics FSU VT 1st Downs......................................19 ..................21 Rushes-Yards........................... 28-53 .......... 43-179 Passing Yards ..............................288 ................263 Passes Att-Comp-Int ............ 32-23-2 ......... 28-18-0 Total Offense (plays-yards) ... 60-341 .......... 71-442 Average Per Play ..........................5.7 .................6.2 Punt Returns-Yards ..................... 0-0 .............. 2-10 Kickoff Returns-Yards ............ 7-183 .............. 4-90 Punts (Number-Avg) .............. 2-42.0 ........... 2-36.5 Fumbles-Lost .............................. 2-0 ................ 0-0 Penalties-Yards............................ 0-0 .............. 4-36 Possession Time .......................24:59 .............35:01 Individual Statistics: Rushing: FSU--Ty Jones, 6-24, 3 TD; Chris Thompson, 8-12; Bert Reed, 2-10; EJ Manuel, 11-9; VT--Darren Evans, 6-69, 1 TD; Ryan Willianms, 11-45; David Wilson, 14-43; Tyrod Taylor, 11-24, 1 TD. Passing: FSU-EJ Manuel, 23-31-2, 288, 1 TD; VT--Tyrod Taylor, 18-28-0, 263, 3 TDs. Receiving: FSU--Taiwan Easterling, 6-79; Chris Thompson, 5-25; 1 TD; Willie Haulstead, 3-73; Bert Reed, 3-42; Rodney Smith, 3, 28; Beau Reliford, 2-27; Lonnie Pryor, 1-14; VT--Danny Coale, 6-143, 1 TD; David Wilson, 4-42, 1 TD; Jarrett Boykin, 3-35, 1 TD; Andre Smith, 2-23; Marcus Davis, 2-15; Ryan Williams, 1-5.


ACC Championship Records Individual Championship Game Records

Total Offense Plays ...............69 Yards ............346 Avg/Play ........7.4 TDR..................4 Rushing Carries ............31 Yards ............233 Average .....11.65

Marcus Vick, VT (52 pass, 17 rush) vs. FSU, 2005 Marcus Vick, VT (335 pass, 11 rush) vs. FSU, 2005 Tyrod Taylor, VT (39 for 287) vs. FSU, 2010 (minimum 10 plays) Tyrod Taylor, VT (3 pass, 1 run) vs. FSU, 2010

Long Run .......54

Darren Evans, VT (114 yards) vs. BC, 2008 C. J. Spiller, CL (20 rushes) vs. GT, 2009 C. J. Spiller, CL (20 for 233) vs. GT, 2009 (minimum 10 carries) C. J. Spiller, CL vs. GT, 2009

All-Purpose Yards ............301

C.J. Spiller, CL (233 rushing. 5 rec., 63 KR) vs. GT, 2009

Passing Attempts .........52

Matt Ryan, BC (33 completions, 305 yards) vs. VT, 2007 Marcus Vick, VT (26 completions, 335 yards) vs. FSU, 2006 Completions ...33 Matt Ryan, BC (52 attempts, 305 yards) vs. VT, 2007 Consec. Completions. 8 Matt Ryan, BC (4th quarter) vs. VT, 2007 Comp. % ......74.1 EJ Manuel, FSU (23 of 31) vs. VT, 2010 Yards ............335 Marcus Vick, VT (26 of 52) vs. FSU, 2005 TD Passes (Tie) 3 Sean Glennon, VT vs. BC, 2007 Tyrod Taylor, VT vs. FSU, 2010 Interceptions.....2 Matt Ryan, BC vs. VT, 2007 Reggie Ball, GT vs. WF, 2006 Dominique Davis, BC vs. VT, 2008 Kyle Parker, CL vs. GT, 2009 EJ Manuel, FSU vs. VT, 2010 Long Pass .......70 Joshua Nesbitt to Demaryius Thomas, GT vs. CL, 2009 Pass Eff. ..178.54 Tyrod Taylor, VT vs. FSU, 2010 (Min. 20 attempts) Receiving Rec. ................13 Andre Callender, BC (92 yards) vs. VT, 2007 Yards ............143 Danny Coale, VT (6 receptions) vs. FSU, 2010 Average .......24.3 Willie Idelette, WF (3 receptions, 73 yards) vs. GT, 2006 TDs...................1 Chris Davis, FSU vs. VT, 2005; Josh Morgan, VT vs. FSU, 2005; Josh Morgan, VT vs. BC, 2007; Eddie Royal, VT vs. BC, 2007; Josh Hyman, VT vs. BC, 2007; Rich Gunnell, BC vs. VT, 2008; Demaryius Thomas, GT vs. CL, 2009; Chris Thompson, FSU vs. VT, 2010; Danny Coale, VT vs. FSU, 2010; David Wilson, VT vs. FSU, 2010; Jarrett Boykin, VT vs. FSU, 2010. Scoring Points..............24 C.J. Spiller, CL (4 TDs), vs. GT, 2009 TD ....................4 C.J. Spiller, CL vs. GT, 2009; FG Attempts .....4 Sam Swank, WF (3 made) vs. GT, 2006 4 Scott Blair, GT (4 made) vs. CL, 2009 FGs Made .........4 Scott Blair, GT (4 attempts) vs. CL, 2009 Long FG .........50 Dustin Keys, VT vs. BC, 2008. PAT Attempts. ..6 Chris Hazley, VT (5 made) vs. FSU, 2010 PAT Made ........5 Chris Hazley, VT (6 attempted) vs. FSU, 2010 Points/Kicking...15 Scott Blair, GT (4 FGs, 3 PATs) vs. CL, 2009 Punting Punts.................8 Chris Hall, FSU (340 yards) vs. VT, 2005 Yards ............340 Chris Hall, FSU (8 punts) vs. VT, 2005 Punt Average. 50.0 Durant Brooks, GT (5 punts, 250 yards) vs. WF,2006 (min. 5 punts) Long Punt .......61 Durant Brooks, GT vs. WF, 2006 Punt Returns PR.....................4 Yards ..............98 Average. ......32.7 Long ...............83

Eddie Royal, VT (23 yards) vs. FSU, 2005 Willie Reid, FSU (3 returns) vs. VT, 2005 Willie Reid, FSU (3 ret., 98 yards) vs. VT, 2006 Willie Reid, FSU vs. VT, 2005

Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns ..6 Orwin Smith, GT (117 yards) vs. CL, 2009 Yards ............117 Orwin Smith, GT (6 returns) vs. CL, 2009 Average .......30.5 Alphonso Smith, WF (2 returns, 61 yards) vs. GT, 2006 Long ...............42 Lemarcus Joyner, FSU vs. VT, 2010 Interceptions Interceptions.....1

Pat Watkins, FSU vs. VT (0 yds), 2005; Aaron Curry, WF vs. GT (30 yds), 2006; Riley Swanson, WF vs. GT (0 yds), 2006; Vince Hall, VT vs. BC(6 yards), 2007; Xavier Adibi, VT vs. BC (40 yds), 2007; Jamie Silva, BC vs. VT (0 yds) vs. VT, 2007; Stephan Virgil, VT vs. BC, 2008; Brett Warren vs. BC, 2008; Paul Anderson, BC vs. VT, 2008; Jer rard Tarrent, GT vs. CL, 2009 (50 yds); Dominique Reese, GT vs. CL, 2009 (0 yds); Davon Morgan, VT vs. FSU, 2010; Jeron Gouveia-Winslow, VT vs. FSU, 2010. Yards Return...50 Jerrard Tarrant, GT vs. CL, 2009 TD ....................1 Xavier Adibi, VT vs. BC (40 yards), 2007; Jeron GouveiaWinslow, VT vs. FSU, 2010 Long Return. ..50 Jerrard Tarrant, GT vs. CL, 2009 Fumbles Long Return ...51 Return/TD 1

Jamie Silva, BC vs. VT, 2007 Jamie Silva, BC vs. VT (51 yards), 2007; Orion Martin, VT vs . BC (17 yards), 2008.

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Team Championship Game Recordss Total Offense Plays ...............83

Virginia Tech vs. Florida State (376 yards), 2005 05 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson (469 yards), 2009 Yards ............469 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson (83 plays), 2009 Average .......6.23 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State (71 for 442), 2010 Rushing Carries ............65 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson (333 yards), 2009 Yards ............333 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson (65 attempts), 2009 TDs...................5 Clemson vs. Georgia Tech, 2009 Passing Attempts .........52

Boston College vs. Va. Tech (33 completions., 305 yards), 2007; Virginia Tech vs. Florida State (26 completions., 335 yards), 2005 Completions. ..33 Boston College vs. Va. Tech (52 attempts, 305 yards), 2007 Comp. Perc..71.8 Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (23 of 32), 2010 Yards ............335 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State (26 of 52), 2005 TD (Tie) ...........3 Virginia Tech vs. Boston College, 2007 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, 2010 First Downs Total ..............28 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Rushing ..........23 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Passing ...........16 Boston College vs. Virginia Tech, 2007 Punting Most Punts .......8 Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (340 yards), 2005 Fewest Punts ....0 Clemson, Clemson vs. Georgia Tech, 2009 0 Georgia Tech, Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Yards ............340 Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (8 punts), 2005 Average .......50.0 Georgia Tech vs. Wake Forest (5 for 250), 2006 Punt Returns Yards ..............98 Average .......32.7

Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (3 attempts), 2005 Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (3 for 98), 2005

Kickoff Returns Yards ............183 Average .......26.0

Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (7 attempts.), 2010 Wake Forest vs. Georgia Tech (3 for 78), 2006

Scoring Most Points ....44 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, 2010 Most TDs..........6 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, 2010 Most FGs..........4 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Defense Fewest Points Allowed...... 6 Fewest Rush Yards All. ... 41 Fewest Pass Yards All. .... 91 Fewest Total Yards All. . 272 Most Interceptions ............ 2 Most Turnovers Forced ..... 4 Most Penalties ................. 17 Most Penalty Yards ....... 143 Time of Possession.....37:17 Attendance ............... 72,749

Wake Forest vs. Georgia Tech, 2006 Florida State vs. Virginia Tech, 2005 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Wake Forest vs. Georgia Tech, 2006 Virginia Tech vs. Boston College, 2007,2008; Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, 2010 Virginia Tech vs Boston College, 2008 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, 2005 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State (17), 2005 Georgia Tech vs. Clemson, 2009 Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, 2005

The Last Time in The ACC Championship Game An Interception was returned for a TD ................................ Dec. 4, 2010 by Jeron Gouveia-Winslow of Virginia Tech vs. FSU (24 yards) A Punt was returned for a TD................................................Dec. ................................................Dec. 3, 2005 by Willie Reid of Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (83 yards). A Fumble was returned for a TD. .......................................... ..........................................Dec. Dec. 6, 2008 by Orion Martin, Virginia Tech vs. Boston College (17 yards) A Defensive PAT was recorded ..............................................Dec. ..............................................Dec. 4, 2010 by Nigel Bradham, Florida State vs. Virginia Tech A Runner ran for 100 or more yards ..................................... .....................................Dec. Dec. 5, 2009 by C.J. Spiller, Clemson (233 yards on 20 carries); Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech (110 yards on 24 carries); Josh Nesbitt, Georgia Tech (103 yards on 22 carries) Teammates each ran for 100 or more yards .........................Dec. .........................Dec. 5, 2009 Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech (110 yards on 24 carries); Joshua Nesbitt, Georgia Tech (103 yards on 22 carries) A Runner ran for 200 or more yards ..................................... .....................................Dec. Dec. 5, 2009 by C.J. Spiller, Clemson (233 yards on 20 carries) A Safety Occurred ...................................................................Dec. ...................................................................Dec. 6, 2008 by Virginia Tech P Brett Bowden who ran out of the back of the end zone vs. Boston College.


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ACC Football Legends, ACC In Overtime

ACC Football Championship Legends Program Each year at the annual ACC Football Championship Game, the Atlantic Coast Conference honors 12 of its former standout football student-athletes as part of its Football Championship Game Legends Program. Through this year’s 2011 Championship Game, 84 former standouts of current ACC schools will have been so honored, one each per year from the Conference’s 12 schools.

Class of 2005--Jacksonville, Fla. Name ................................. Pos. .................... Yrs............................... School Mike Ruth ........................... NG ............. 1982-85..................Boston College Jeff Davis .............................LB .............. 1978-81............................ Clemson Leo Hart .............................. QB .............. 1968-70..................................Duke Marvin Jones ........................LB .............. 1990-92......................Florida State Joe Hamilton ....................... QB .............. 1996-99..................... Georgia Tech Jack Scarbath ...................... QB .............. 1950-52...........................Maryland George Mira ........................ QB .............. 1961-63................................Miami Don McCauley .....................TB .............. 1968-70.................. North Carolina Roman Gabriel .................... QB .............. 1959-61............................NC State Bill Dudley ...........................RB .............. 1939-41............................. Virginia Bruce Smith .........................DE .............. 1981-84.....................Virginia Tech Bill Armstrong ......................FS .............. 1973-76...................... Wake Forest

Class of 2006--Jacksonville, Fla. Doug Flutie ......................... QB .............. 1981-84..................Boston College Michael Dean Perry .............DT .............. 1984-87............................ Clemson Art Gregory .............................T .............. 1960-62..................................Duke William Floyd ...................... FB .............. 1990-93......................Florida State Marco Coleman................. OLB .............. 1989-91..................... Georgia Tech Randy White ........................DT .............. 1972-74...........................Maryland Gino Torretta ....................... QB .............. 1989-92................................Miami William Fuller ......................DT .............. 1980-83.................. North Carolina Jim Ritcher ............................. C .............. 1976-79............................NC State Jim Dombrowski .....................T .............. 1982-85............................. Virginia Carroll Dale.........................WR .............. 1956-59.....................Virginia Tech James McDougald................RB .............. 1976-79...................... Wake Forest

Class of 2007--Jacksonville, Fla. Pete Mitchell ........................ TE .............. 1991-94..................Boston College Jerry Butler..........................WR .............. 1975-78............................ Clemson Clarkston Hines...................WR .............. 1986-89..................................Duke LeRoy Butler....................... DB .............. 1987-89......................Florida State George Morris ......................LB .............. 1950-52..................... Georgia Tech Dick Shiner ......................... QB .............. 1961-63...........................Maryland Jim Kelly ............................. QB .............. 1979-82...............................Miami. Harris Barton...........................T .............. 1983-86.................. North Carolina Dennis Byrd .........................DE .............. 1965-67............................NC State Joe Palumbo ........................ DG .............. 1949-51............................. Virginia Antonio Freeman ................WR .............. 1991-94.....................Virginia Tech Norm Snead ........................ QB .............. 1958-60...................... Wake Forest

Class of 2008--Tampa, Fla. Steve DeOssie ......................LB .............. 1980-83..................Boston College Levon Kirkland ................. OLB .............. 1988-91............................ Clemson Claude “Tee” Moorman,II........... E................. 1958-60.................................... Duke Danny Kannell .................... QB .............. 1992-95......................Florida State Pat Swilling ....................... OLB .............. 1982-85..................... Georgia Tech Stan Jones.............................DT .............. 1950-53...........................Maryland Russell Maryland .................DT .............. 1987-90................................Miami Marcus Jones........................DT .............. 1992-95.................. North Carolina Bill Yoest ................................ G .............. 1970-73............................NC State Tiki Barber ...........................TB .............. 1993-96............................. Virginia Don Strock .......................... QB .............. 1970-73.....................Virginia Tech John Henry Mills.................. TE .............. 1988-92...................... Wake Forest

Class of 2009--Tampa, Fla. Mike Mayock ...................... DB .............. 1976-80..................Boston College Danny Ford ........... Head Coach .............. 1979-89............................ Clemson Bob Pascal........................... HB .............. 1953-55..................................Duke Chris Weinke ....................... QB .......... 1997-2000......................Florida State Eddie Lee Ivery ....................RB .............. 1975-78..................... Georgia Tech Kevin Glover.......................... C .............. 1982-84...........................Maryland Vinny Testaverde................. QB .............. 1982-86................................Miami Kelvin Bryant .......................TB .............. 1979-82.................. North Carolina Willie Burden .......................RB .............. 1971-73............................NC State Jim Bakhtiar .........................RB .............. 1955-57............................. Virginia Bob Schweickert ................. QB .............. 1962-64.....................Virginia Tech Bill Barnes ...........................RB .............. 1954-56...................... Wake Forest

Class of 2010--Charlotte, N.C. Tony Thurman ..................... DB .............. 1981-85..................Boston College Steve Fuller ......................... QB .............. 1975-78............................ Clemson Jay Wilkinson ................HB-QB .............. 1961-63..................................Duke Peter Boulware .....................DE .............. 1994-96......................Florida State Randy Rhino ....................... DB .............. 1972-74..................... Georgia Tech Darryl Hill ...........................WR ....................1963...........................Maryland Cortez Kennedy ...................DT .............. 1988-89................................Miami Ethan Horton ........................TB .............. 1981-84 ................. North Carolina Ted Brown ............................RB .............. 1975-78............................NC State Barry Word ...........................RB .............. 1983-85............................. Virginia Cornell Brown......................DE .............. 1993-96.....................Virginia Tech Larry Hopkins ...................... FB .............. 1970-71...................... Wake Forest

Overtime In The ACC

The Dec. 30. 2010 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl between North Carolina and Tennessee marked the 54th time an ACC team has had to go to extra sessions. Of the 53 overtime contests, a large portion of them--23--have been played in the month of September. Games have gone into overtime for ACC teams a total of 13 times in November, while 11 have been played in October, three in August, two in December and one in January (2006 FedEx Orange Bowl). Of the 53 overtime contests, 28 have been ACC games while 25 non-conference games have gone into overtime. The home team has a 29-20 advantage in the 49 games played on campus. The team which wins the toss has a 27-26 record. Thirty-nine of the games were decided in the first overtime with 10 games in double overtime and four in triple overtime.

ACC School’s All-Time Overtime Records School ...................Home ......... Road...... Neu ....Non-ACC ........ACC.......TOT Boston College ...........4-1 ............. 1-2........0-0 ................2-3 ........... 3-0..........5-3 Clemson .....................3-2 ............. 3-2........0-1 ................0-2 ........... 6-3..........6-5 Duke ...........................1-2 ............. 1-4........0-0 ................1-2 ........... 1-4..........2-6 Florida State ...............1-0 ............. 0-2........0-1 ................0-2 ........... 1-1..........1-3 Georgia Tech ..............2-2 ............. 2-1........0-0 ................2-0 ........... 2-3..........4-3 Maryland ....................2-0 ............. 2-2........0-0 ................1-1 ........... 3-1..........4-2 Miami .........................1-4 ............. 3-0........0-0 ................0-1 ........... 3-2..........4-4 North Carolina ...........1-3 ............. 0-1........2-0 ................1-1 ........... 2-3..........3-4 NC State .....................4-0 ............. 4-3........0-1 ................4-2 ........... 4-3..........8-5 Virginia.......................2-3 ............. 0-1........0-1 ................1-2 ........... 1-2..........2-4 Virginia Tech ..............0-0 ............. 2-1........0-0 ................2-1 ........... 0-0..........2-1 Wake Forest................2-1 ............. 0-5........0-0 ................0-2 ........... 2-4..........2-6 Date A30 N8 O3 O31 N28 S18 O9 O9 O23 N27 S2 S2 S21 N11 S29 O11 A29 S21 S26 A26 S6 S13 S13 S27 O11 N15 S4 S10 O2 N6 S17 S24 N12 J3 S9 S9 S16 S22 N3 N24 D1 S20 O18 N1 N1 S12 S26 O24 N7 S10 O16 N27 D30

Year 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010

Team/w....... Reg Teams & Score Site OT choice .......Score NC State 32, Syracuse 31 .............. Syracuse 1 NCS .........24-24 Clemson 29, Duke 20 .................... Clemson 1 DU ...........20-20 App. St. 30, W. Forest 27 ..............W-Salem 1 ASU .........24-24 Vanderbilt 36, Duke 33 ................. Nashville 2 DU ...........30-30 N. Carolina 37, NC State 34 ..........Charlotte 1 UNC.........31-31 Northwestern 15, Duke 12.............. Durham 1 NW ..............9-9 Duke 24, Virginia 17 ............ Charlottesville 2 DU ...........17-17 Ga. Tech 31, N. Carolina 24 ...... Chapel Hill 1 UNC.........24-24 NC State 31, Duke 24 ..................... Durham 1 DU ...........24-24 Ga. Tech 51, Georgia 48 ...................Atlanta 1 UGA.........48-48 NC State 38, Ark. State 31 .............. Raleigh 2 NCS .........31-31 BYU 38, Virginia 35............. Charlottesville 2 BYU.........35-35 NC State 30, Ga. Tech 23 ................ Raleigh 1 GT ............23-23 Maryland 35, NC State 28 .......College Park 2 MD...........21-21 Clemson 47, Ga. Tech 44..................Atlanta 1 CL ............41-41 Maryland 20, Ga. Tech 17 ................Atlanta 1 GT ............17-17 N. Illinois 42, W. Forest 41 ............. DeKalb 1 WF ...........35-35 NC State 51, Tex. Tech 48 ............. Lubbock 1 NCS .........45-45 Louisville 26, Fla. State 20 .......... Louisville 1 LOU .........20-20 N. Illinois 20, Maryland 13 .............. Dekalb 1 NIU ..........13-13 Syracuse 49, N. Carolina 47 ...... Chapel Hill 3 UNC.........34-34 Ohio State 44, NC State 38 ......... Columbus 3 NCS .........24-24 Duke 27, Rice 24 ............................ Durham 1 Rice ..........24-24 Ga. Tech 24, Vanderbilt 17 ........... Nashville 1 VAN .........17-17 Clemson 30, Virginia 27 ................ Clemson 1 CL ............24-24 Fla. State 50, NC State 44 ......... Tallahassee 2 NCS .........37-37 Clemson 37, W. Forest 30 ............. Clemson 2 CL ............27-27 Miami 16, Fla. State 10 .....................Miami 1 UM...........10-10 NC State 27, W. Forest 21 ............... Raleigh 1 NCS .........21-21 Clemson 24, Miami 17 ......................Miami 1 UM...........17-17 Miami 36, Clemson 30 .................. Clemson 3 UM...........20-20 Boston Col. 16, Clemson 13 .......... Clemson 1 CL ............13-13 Maryland 33, N. Carolina 30 ..... Chapel Hill 1 MD...........30-30 Penn State 26, Fla. State 23 ...............Miami 3 FSU ..........16-16 Boston Col. 34, Clemson 33 ... Chestnut Hill 2 CL ............24-24 Virginia 13, Wyoming 12 ..... Charlottesville 1 WY...............6-6 Boston Col. 30, BYU 23 ........ Chestnut Hill 2 BC ............23-23 W. Forest 31, Maryland 24 ..Winston-Salem 1 MD...........24-24 NC State 19, Miami 16 ......................Miami 1 NCS .........16-16 N. Carolina 20, Duke 14 ............ Chapel Hill 1 DU ...........14-14 Auburn 23, Clemson 20....................Atlanta 1 AUB.........17-17 NC State 30, ECU 24 ...................... Raleigh 1 NCS .........24-24 Virginia 16, N. Carolina 13 .. Charlottesville 1 UVa ..........10-10 Miami 24, Virginia 17 .......... Charlottesville 1 UVa ..........17-17 W. Forest 33, Duke 30 .........Winston-Salem 1 DU ...........33-30 Maryland 38, JMU 35 .................College Park 1 MD ............35-35 Boston Col. 27, W. Forest 24 ..... Chestnut Hill 1 WF.............24-24 Clemson 30, Miami 27 ..........................Miami 1 CL..............24-24 Ga. Tech 30, W. Forest 27 ....................Atlanta 1 GT .............24-24 Auburn 27, Clemson 24 ...................... Auburn 1 CL..............24-24 East Carolina 33, NC State 27.........Greenville 1 NC State ....27-27 South Florida 23, Miami 20 ... Miami Gardens 1 USF ...........17-17 North Carolina 30, Tennessee .......... Nashville 2 Tennessee ..20-20


The Bowl Championship Series

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The Atlantic Coast Conference and the BCS The Atlantic Coast Conference has been a member of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) since its inception for the 1998 season. ACC Commissioner John Swofford, is the only Commissioner to twice serve as BCS Coordinator, having done so in the 2000 and 2001 seasons and again in the 2008 and 2009 campaigns, as the ACC successfully administered the BCS on two separate occasions. Swofford is also the last Commissioner to serve as BCS Coordinator. In 2009, the BCS group named longtime college administrator Bill Hancock to serve as the first Executive Director of the Bowl Championship Series. Hancock has since assumed most of the duties previously handled by the coordinator. Prior to being named Executive Director, Hancock served two years as the Administrator for the BCS. Heading into its 14th year of determining the National Championship in college football, the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) is a five-game arrangement that is designed to match the two top-rated teams and to create competitive match ups among eight other highly regarded teams in four other games. The bowl games participating are the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, the Discover Orange Bowl, the Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio and the Allstate Sugar Bowl. In addition, the BCS National Championship Game is played at one of the bowl sites, this year in New Orleans, La., on January 9, 2012. The term “BCS conference” frequently is used incorrectly. Actually, all 11 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences are “BCS conferences” because the BCS arrangement is managed by the commissioners of the 11 NCAA FBS conferences and the director of athletics at the University of Notre Dame. The conferences are the Atlantic Coast, the Big East, the Big Ten, the Big 12, Conference USA,the Mid-American, the Mountain West, the Sun Belt, the Pacific-12, the Southeastern and the Western Athletic. The conference commissioners and the Notre Dame athletics director make decisions regarding all BCS issues, in consultation with an athletics directors advisory group and subject to the approval of a presidential oversight committee whose members represent all 120 NCAA FBS programs. The BCS games are operated by community-based organizations in each of the host cities. In addition, there are 30 other post-season bowls, which are managed independently by entities in 27 cities around the nation. All bowl games provide meaningful season-ending opportunities for student-athletes. The BCS is remarkably successful. It maintains and enhances the importance of the regular season and preserves the unique bowl tradition to the benefit of the student-

2012 BCS Schedule

John Swofford ACC Commissioner

BCS Standings The BCS Standings are composed of three elements that are weighted equally: the USA Today Coaches poll, 2) the Harris poll, and 3) the average of six computer poll rankings. The highest and lowest computer ranking is discarded each week with the computer average based on the remaining four rankings. The BCS Standings are compiled and released by the National Football Foundation eight times during the season, beginning this year on Sunday, October 16 and ending on BCS Selection Sunday, December 4. athletes. And it matches the top two teams. Before the creation of the BCS and its predecessors, the Bowl Coalition and Bowl Alliance, the top two teams had met in a bowl game only eight times in the previous 56 seasons. They have met in each of the last 13 seasons by BCS standards , and 10 of the last 13 seasons according to the Associated Press poll. The 2011 regular season (2012 bowl games) is the second year of the current four-year television agreement with ESPN, which will televise all five BCS games. Six conferences (ACC, Big East, Big

Jan. 2 . Rose Bowl Game (ESPN) .5:10 pm Jan. 3 ... Sugar Bowl (ESPN)................8:00 pm Jan. 4 ...Orange Bowl (ESPN) .............8:00 pm Jan. 5 . Fiesta Bowl (ESPN) ...........8:00 pm Jan. 9 .. BCS National (ESPN) ......... 8:00 pm Championship Game, New Orleans, La. 12, Big Ten, SEC and Pac-10) have earned annual automatic qualification for the 2010-13 seasons by virtue of contracts to host the bowl games, and by having met a four-year metric based on competitive results (The ACC champion plays in the Discover Orange Bowl, the Big Ten and Pac12 champs in the Rose Bowl presented by Vizio, Big 12 in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and SEC in the Allstate Sugar Bowl). Additionally, the highest-ranked champion of Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West, Sun Belt or Western Athletic conferences will be guaranteed a slot in a BCS game if that team is ranked 12th or higher in the final BCS standings, 16th or higher if its ranking is higher than that of a champion from one of the six conferences with automatic qualification. Other teams are eligible to be selected at large by a bowl game if they finish among the top 14. The champions of the Big Ten and the Pac-12 will play in the Rose Bowl if they do not qualify for the National Championship Game. Other “regional consideration” tie-ins include the SEC champion in the Sugar Bowl, the ACC champion in the Orange Bowl and the Big 12 champion in the Fiesta Bowl if those teams are not ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS Standings.

Bill Hancock, Executive Director Longtime athletics administrator Bill Hancock was named the first Executive Director of the Bowl Championship Series on November 17, 2009 and, in doing so, achieved a unique double-double at the upper echelon of intercollegiate athletics. He was the first full-time director of the NCAA Final Four and is now the first executive director of the BCS. Hancock served for 13 years as director of the NCAA’s Division I Men’s Basketball Championship--the threeweek March Madness event that culminates at the Final Four. After a family tragedy, he retired in 2002 and for three years was the tournament’s media coordinator on a consulting basis before being named BCS administrator in October of 2005. He is a 1972 journalism graduate of the University of Oklahoma and worked in sports information at his alma mater and also on the staff of the Big Eight Conference before being named director of the Final Four in 1989.

Bill Hancock Executive Director


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2011 ACC Bowl Lineup, Selection Procedure

Discover Orange Bo Bowl wl Miami Gardens, Fla. Jan. 4, 8:00 pm, ESPN The Atlantic Coast Conference has agreements to send eight of its member institutions to postseason football bowl games after the 2011 regular season should that many qualify teams for post-season play. The Conference also has a conditional agreement with the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco to send a 9th bowl-eligible team, should that many ACC teams qualify and should either of that bowl’s 2011 contracted partners--the Pac-12 Conference or Army--not be able to fulfill their obligations. The winner of the ACC Championship Game will serve as the host team of the Discover Orange Bowl, unless it is ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS Standings and is playing in the BCS National Championship Game. This year’s Discover Orange Bowl Game will be played on Monday, January 4, 2012 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. This year’s BCS National Championship Game is hosted by the Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, La. on Jan. 9, 2012. A second ACC team could be chosen as an at-large selection by the BCS.

Aft fter tthe h C Champs h S Sports t B Bowll hhas made d iits

selection, then the Hyundai Sun Bowl has the next choice of bowl eligible ACC teams. If the runner-up in the ACC Football Championship Game is still available, the Hyundai Sun Bowl will select that team. If ACC FCG runner-up has already been selected. then the Hyundai Sun Bowl may select any available ACC team that qualifies under the “One Win Rule.”

ACC Affiliated Bowl Games Date Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Dec. 31

Dec. 31 Chick-fil-A Bowl ............................. Atlanta, Ga. ...........ESPN ...7:30 pm Jan. 4 Discover Orange Bowl................Miami, Fla. ............ESPN ...8:00 pm After the Hyundai Sun Bowl has made its selection, the remaining bowls make their selections in the following order utilizing the “One Win Rule.”

Champs Sports Bowl Orlando, Fla. Dec. 29, 5:30 pm, ESPN After the Chick-fil-A Bowl has chosen, then the Champs Sports Bowl has the next selection. If the Champs Sports Bowl does not choose the ACC team available with the best Conference record, then it must choose a team within one win of that team in the Conference record. This is the ACC’s “One-Win Rule” and applies to all subsequent selections in the ACC’s Bowl Selection order. .

Hyundai Sun Bowl El Paso, Tex. Dec. 31, 2 pm, CBS

(In chronological order, All Times Eastern) Bowl Game.................................Host City ..............TV............ Time Advocare V100 Independence Bowl ..Shreveport, La. ......... ESPN2 .5:00 pm Belk Bowl ............................................. Charlotte, N.C.. .....ESPN ...8:00 pm Military Bowl Pres. Northrop Grumman Washington, D.C. ..ESPN ...4:30 pm Champs Sports Bowl...................Orlando, Fla. .........ESPN ...5:30 pm Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl .........................Nashville, Tenn.. ...ESPN ...6:40 pm Hyundai Sun Bowl ......................El Paso,Tex. ..........CBS......2:00 pm Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ................. San Francisco, Calif.. ESPN ...3:30 pm (Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl bid conditional on whether Pac-12 or Army fills their bowl slot and ACC has a bowl-eligible team available).

Chick-fil-A Bowl Atlanta, Ga. Dec. 31, 7:30 pm, ESPN If a second ACC team is not selected to the BCS, then the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta would have the first selection of all available ACC bowl-eligible teams. If the Chick-fil-A Bowl does not take the available ACC team with the best Conference record, it must take a team within one win in the Conference record. It can select a team with a difference of two wins in its Conference record, if that team is ranked more than five spaces higher in the final BCS Standings, than the team available with the best ACC record.

Quick Selection Order 1. BCS 2. Chick-fil-A 3. Champs Sports Bowl 4. Hyundai Sun Bowl 5. Belk Bowl 6. Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl 7. Advocare V100 Independence Bowl 8. Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman 9. Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl (Conditional only)

Belk Bowl Charlotte, N.C. Dec. 27, 8 pm, ESPN Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 30, 6:40 pm, ESPN Advocare V100 Independence Bowl Shreveport, La. Dec. 26, 5:00 pm, ESPN2 Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman Washington, D.C. Dec. 28, 4:30 pm, ESPN Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 31, 3:30 pm, ESPN (conditional only)

ACC Bowl Revenue Distribution The ACC distributes its Bowl revenue on an equitable basis. All proceeds from post-season Bowl games are divided equally among its 12 member institutions, once expenses are deducted. A team participating in a post-season game shall receive expenses in the amount below:

Rose Bowl ...................$2,100,000 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl ....$1,950,000 Discover Orange Bowl .$1,700,000 Allstate Sugar Bowl ....$1,700,000 Chick-fil-A Bowl ........$1,100,000 Champs Sports Bowl...$1,100,000 Hyundai Sun Bowl ......$1,100,000 Belk Bowl ...................... $1,100,000 Music City Bowl .........$1,100,000 Independence Bowl .....$1,100,000 Military Bowl ..............$1,100,000


2011 ACC Bowl Directory BCS National Championship Game Louisiana Superdome (73,000), New Orleans, La. January 9- 8:00 pm - ESPN BCS #1 vs. BCS #2 1500 Sugar Bowl Drive New Orleans, La. 70112 Phone: 504-828-2440 FAX: 504-828-2441 Executive Director: Paul Hoolahan Media Relations: John Sudsbury, johns@sugarbowl.org www.allstatesugarbowl.org

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Sun Life Stadium (72,230), Miami Gardens, Fla. January 4-- 8:00 pm - ESPN Bowl Championship Series 14360 NW 77th Court Miami Lakes, FL 33016 Phone: 305-341-4700 FAX: 305-341-4750 CEO: Eric Poms E-Mail: epoms@orangebowl.org VP Media Relations: Larry Wahl lwahl@orangebowl.org www.orangebowl.org

Chick-fil-A Bowl Georgia Dome (71,147), Atlanta, Ga. December 31 - 7:30pm - ESPN ACC vs. SEC 235 Andrew Young International Blvd. NW Atlanta, Ga. 30303 Phone: 404-586-8500 FAX: 404-586-8508 President: Gary Stokan gstokan@cfabowl.com www.chick-fil-abowl.com

Champs Sports Bowl, Orlando, Fla.

Hyundai Sun Bowl. El Paso, Tex. Sun Bowl Stadium (50,426) December 31 - 2 pm - CBS ACC vs Pac-12 4150 Pinnacle Street, Suite 100 El Paso, Tex. 79902 Phone: 915-533-4416 FAX: 915-533-0661 CEO: Bernie Olivas bolivas@sunbowl.org

Belk Bowl, Charlotte, N.C. Bank of America Stadium (73,667) December 27- 8 pm - ESPN ACC vs. Big East 1900 West Morehead Street Charlotte, NC 28208 Phone: 704-378-4400 FAX: 704-378-3859 Executive Director: Will Webb wwebb@raycomsports.com Media Relations: Frank Kay www.belkbowl.com

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl LP Field (67,000), Nashville, Tenn. December 30 - 6:40 pm - ESPN ACC vs. SEC 414 Union Street, Suite 800 Nashville, TN 37219 Phone: 615-743-3120 FAX: 615-244-3540 Executive Director: Scott Ramsey sramsey@nashvillesports.com www.musiccitybowl.com

AdvocCare V100 Independence Bowl, Shreveport, La. Independence Stadium (49,147) December 26 - 5:00pm -ESPN2 ACC vs. Mountain West 401 Market Street, Suite 120 Shreveport, La. 71101 Phone: 318-221-0712 FAX: 318-221-7366 Executive Director: Missy Setters indybowl@independencebowl.org www.independencebowl.org

The Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium (45,000) December 28 - 4:30 pm - ESPN ACC vs. Navy 101 W. Jefferson Street Rockville, Md. 20850 Phone: 202-785-2695 Fax: 301-370-5454 Executive Director: Steve Beck sbeck@militarybowl.org www.militarybowl.org

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, San Francisco, Calif AT&T Park (40,184) December 31 - 3:30 pm - ESPN PAC-12 vs. Army or ACC 24 Willie Mays Plaza, SBC Park San Francisco, CA 94107 Phone: 415-972-1812 FAX: 415-947-2925 Executive Director: Gary Cavalli gcavalli@kraftbowl.org www.kraftbowl.org

MILITARY BOWL

Florida Citrus Bowl (65,438) December 29 - 5:30 pm - ESPN ACC vs. Big East/Notre Dame One Citrus Bowl Place. Orlando, Fla 32805 Phone: 407-423-2476 FAX: 407-425-8451 CEO: Steve Hogan shogan@fcsports.com www.fcsports.com

(Conditional Bowl Agrrement Only If Pac-12 or Army unable to supply team)


ACC Bowl Records

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Bowl Records by School

ACC Among Bowl Leaders The Atlantic Coast Conference ranks third among FBS conferences in bowl victories (156) and appearances (305)... Despite a 4-5 mark in 2010, ACC teams are a combined 156-144-5 (.519) in bowl play...Since becoming a 12-team league in 2005, the ACC has sent 50 teams to bowl games; only the SEC has had more (52).

Bowl Records by Conferences (totals by 2010 season membership) Conference 2010 Total All-Time SEC ....................... 5-5 389 201-175-13 Pac-12 ................... 2-2 237 122-109-6 Big East ................. 4-2 122 63-57-2 ACC ...................... 4-5 305 156-144-5 Mountain West ...... 4-1 138 66-68-4 Big Ten .................. 3-5 256 122-131-3 Big 12 .................... 3-5 336 160-172-4 Conference USA ... 2-4 139 63-74-2

Pct. .533 .527 .524 .519 .492 .482 .482 .460

(less than 100 bowl appearances) WAC...................... 2-2 75 38-35-2 Mid-American ....... 2-2 63 25-38-0 Sun Belt................. 2-1 29 12-16-1

.520 .396 .431

ACC W-L Record by Bowl Last Bowl App. All-American .... 1990 Aloha ................. 2000 Bluebonnet ....... 1980 Bluegrass .......... 1958 Cherry............... 1985 Citrus ................ 1991 Meineke Car Care . 2010 Copper .............. 1989 Cotton ............... 1991 Dixie .................. 1949 Kraft Fight Hunger . 2010 Fiesta ................. 1998 Gator ................. 2009 Hall of Fame ..... 1994 Humanitarian... 2008 Military ............. 2010 Music City ........ 2010 Independence ... 2010 Las Vegas .......... 1998 Liberty .............. 1977 Champs Sports. 2010 Oil ...................... 1947 Orange .............. 2010 Chick-fil-A (Peach) 2010 Papajohns.com . 2008 Rose ................... 1942 Seattle ............... 2002 Silicon Valley .... 2002 Sugar ................. 2002 Sun .................... 2010

ACC School Record NC State ...............5-1-0 Virginia ................2-3-0 North Carolina ....2-1-1 Florida State ........0-1-0 Maryland .............1-0-0 Clemson................5-5-1 Clemson................5-4-0 NC State ...............0-1-0 Florida State ........4-3-0 Wake Forest .........0-1-0 Boston College .....1-5-0 Florida State ........2-2-0 Florida State ....23-15-2 Duke .....................2-2-0 Maryland .............5-2-0 Maryland .............2-0-0 North Carolina ....3-3-0 Georgia Tech ........1-2-1 North Carolina ....1-0-0 North Carolina ....3-3-0 NC State .............11-7-0 Georgia Tech ........1-0-0 Virginia Tech ...10-15-0 Florida State ....15-20-0 NC State ...............0-1-0 Duke .....................1-2-0 Wake Forest .........2-0-0 Georgia Tech ........0-1-0 Virginia Tech .....10-7-0 Miami ...................4-6-0

(Ranked by Victories) School

App. Florida State .........39 Georgia Tech ........38 Miami ...................35 Clemson ...............32 Boston College .....21 North Carolina .....27 NC State ...............24 Maryland ..............23 Virginia Tech ........23 Virginia.................17 Wake Forest............9 Duke .......................8

W 23 22 19 16 13 12 12 10 9 7 6 3

L 14 16 16 16 8 15 11 11 14 10 3 5

T 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

Pct. .615 .579 .543 .500 .614 .444 .521 .478 .391 .438 .667 .375

Last Bowl Appearance 2009................... Won Gator 2009.......Lost FedEx Orange 2009........ Lost Champs Sports 2009............Won Music City 2009................ Lost Emerald 2009.... Lost Meineke Car Care 2008..........Lost Papajohns.com 2008....... Won Humanitarian 2009........... Won Chick-fil-A 2007.....................Lost Gator 2008............... Won EagleBank 1994.........Lost Hall of Fame

ACC BOWL SUCCESS Since 2003, ACC teams are tied with the Big 12 for second most bowl appearances... During that time, the ACC has sent 62 teams to bowl games and has the second highest percentage of teams participating in bowl games (.674) of any Conference in the nation.

Bowl Appearances by Conference, 2003-10 (based on actual conference membership) League ....‘03 .. ‘04 ... ‘05 ....‘06 .... ‘07 .... ‘08 .....‘09 ..‘10 Total Pct. SEC ............7 ......6 ...... 6 .......9 ....... 9 ....... 8 ...... 10 ... 10 .....65 .677 ACC ...........6 ......6 ...... 8 .......8 ....... 8 ..... 10 ........ 7 ..... 9 .....62 .674 Big Ten .......8 ......6 ...... 7 .......7 ....... 8 ....... 7 ........ 7 ..... 8 .....58 .659 Big 12 .........8 ......7 ...... 8 .......8 ....... 8 ....... 7 ........ 8 ..... 8 .....62 .646 Big East ......5 ......5 ...... 4 .......5 ....... 5 ....... 6 ........ 6 ..... 6 .....42 .646 Pac-12 ........6 ......5 ...... 5 .......6 ....... 6 ....... 5 ........ 7 ..... 4 .....44 .550 MWC..........3 ......3 ...... 4 .......4 ....... 5 ....... 5 ........ 5 ..... 5 .....34 .486 C-USA........5 ......5 ...... 6 .......5 ....... 6 ....... 6 ........ 6 ..... 6 .....45 .469 WAC...........4 ......4 ...... 2 .......4 ....... 4 ....... 5 ........ 4 ..... 4 .....31 .419 MAC ..........2 ......5 ...... 2 .......4 ....... 3 ....... 5 ........ 5 ..... 4 .....30 .288 Sun Belt......1 ......2 ...... 1 .......2 ....... 1 ....... 2 ........ 2 ..... 3 .....14 .212 The ACC set an NCAA reTop 20 Winningest cord for bowl participation in Bowl Teams 2008 when 10 of the league’s 12 teams (.833) earned bowl School ....................... Record .....Pct. bids ... The ACC set national 1. Utah ...................... 12-3-0 .....800 marks in participating teams (10) and percentage of par- 2. USC .................... 32-16-0 .....667 ticipation (.833) which the 3. Penn State ........... 27-14-2 .....651 SEC tied in 2009 and 2010. 4. Mississippi .......... 21-12-0 .....636 Four ACC teams are ranked among the nation’s top seven in current bowl game streaks. Florida State leads the nation with 29 consecutive bowl trips followed by Virginia Tech (3rd) with 18, Georgia Tech (tied for 4th) with 14 and Boston College (tied for 7th) with 12. Florida State (5th), Boston College (11th), Georgia Tech (14th), NC State (15th) and Miami (20th) rank among the top 20 winningest bowl teams in the nation among teams with a minimum of 15 bowl appearances.

5. Florida State ..24-14-2... .625 6. Oklahoma St. ........ 13-8-0 .....619 7. Auburn ................ 21-13-2 .....611 8. Oklahoma ........... 26-17-1 .....602 9. Georgia ............... 26-17-3 .....598 10. Alabama.............. 33-22-3 .....595

11. Boston College ..13-9-0... .591 12. Syracuse............... 13- 9-1 .....587 13. Iowa .................... 14-10-1 .....580

14.Georgia Tech ..22-17-0... .564 15. NC State ............ 13-11-1 .....540 16. LSU .................... 22-19-1 .....536 17. Purdue..................... 8-7-0 .....533 Kentucky ................ 8-7-0 .....533 19. Texas ................... 25-22-2 .....531

20.Miami .............19-17-0... .527


The ACC & The College Football Hall of Fame

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Russell Maryland Miami

The National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame

Bobby Bowden Florida State

Atlantic Coast Conference schools will have two inductees this year at the annual National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame annual banquet in New York City. Former Florida State cornerback Deion Sanders and Miami defensive tackle Russell Maryland will be the honorees from ACC schools and their selection brings the total to 15 former players or coaches who have been tabbed for induction into the College Hall of Fame from current Atlantic Coast Conference schools over the last seven years. Sanders redefined the qualities of the position of cornerback during his four-year career for the Seminoles (1985-88) and was named the winner of the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation’s top defensive back in 1988. That year, he led the nation in punt returns and finished 8th in the balloting for the Heisman Trophy. A two-time unanimous All-America, he led FSU to four bowl victories and to the first two of 14 consecutive AP top five finishes. Maryland, a dominating defensive tackle on Miami’s 1987 and 1989 National Championship football teams becomes the seventh Hurricane coach or player to be selected to the College Hall of Fame. A unanimous All-America as a senior in 1990, he also was presented with the Outland Trophy that year as the nation’s top interior lineman. A Lombardi Award finalist and the College Football Lineman of the Year by UPI, he helped Miami compile an impressive 44-4 record, including four bowl triumphs during his four seasons (1986-90) in Coral Gables. Sanders and Maryland will be inducted at the annual National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Banquet held on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. They join 13 other former players or coaches from current ACC schools who have been selected for the Hall of Fame since 2006 including: 2006—Bobby Bowden, Head Coach, Florida State; Charlie Ward, QB, Florida State; Bennie Blades, DB, Miami; Bruce Smith, DE, Virginia Tech. 2007—Doug Flutie, QB, Boston College; Jeff Davis, LB, Clemson. 2008—Jim Dombrowski, T, Virginia; Ron Simmons, NG, Florida State; Lou Holtz, Coach, NC State (also Notre Dame, Minnesota, South Carolina). 2009—Pat Swilling, DE, Georgia Tech; Gino Torretta, QB, Florida State. 2010—Dennis Byrd, DE, NC State; Clarkston Hines, WR, Duke *Denotes Inductees spent significant portions of careers at other schools. Legend includes name, position, years played and year inducted.

Boston College (8) *Frank Cavanaugh, Coach, 1898-1932 .. 1954 *Gil Dobie, Coach ............................ 1951 Doug Flutie, Quarterback, 1981-84 .. 2007 Chet Gladchuck, Center, 1936-40 ..... 1975

Don McCauley North Carolina

Deion Sanders Florida State

Gene Goodreault,End, 1938-40 ........ 1982 Mike Holovak, Fullback, 1940-42 .... 1985 George Kerr, Guard, 1938-40 ........... 1984 *Frank Leahy, Coach, 1939-53 ......... 1970 Charlie O’Rourke, Halfback, 1938-40 .... 1972

Clemson (6) Jeff Davis, Linebacker, 1978-81 ...2007 *John Heisman, Coach, 1892-1927 ... 1954 Frank Howard, Coach, 1940-69 ........ 1989 Terry Kinard, Safety, 1978-82........... 2001 Banks McFadden, Halfback, 1937-39 ....... 1959 *Jess Neely, Coach, 1924-1966 ........ 1971

Duke (12) Fred Crawford, Tackle, 1931-33 ....... 1973 Al DeRogatis, Center/Tackle, 1945-48 ... 1986 Dan Hill, Center, 1936-38 ................. 1962 Clarkston Hines, Wide Receiver, 1986-89 .... 2010 *Howard Jones, Coach, 1908-40 ...... 1951 Steve Lach, Halfback, 1939-41 ......... 1980 George McAfee, Halfback, 1937-39 . 1961 Mike McGee, Guard, 1957-59 .......... 1990 *Bill Murray, Coach, 1940-65 .......... 1974 Ace Parker, Halfback, 1934-36 ......... 1955 Eric Tipton, Halfback, 1936-38 ........ 1965 *Wallace Wade, Coach, 1923-50 ...... 1955

Florida State (7) Fred Biletnikoff, Flanker, 1962-64 ... 1991 *Bobby Bowden, Coach, 1959-2009 2006 *Darrell Mudra, Coach, 1959-87 ...... 2000 Deion Sanders, Cornerback, 1985-88 ... 2011 Ron Sellers, Wide Receiver, 1966-68 1988 Ron Simmons, Noseguard, 1977-80 . 2008 Charlie Ward, QB, 1989, 91-93 ........ 2006

Georgia Tech (15) Bill Alexander, Coach, 1920-44 ........ 1951 Maxie Baughan, Center, 1957-59 ..... 1988 Ray Beck, Guard, 1948-51................ 1997 Bobby Davis, Tackle, 1944-47 .......... 1978 Bobby Dodd, Coach, 1945-66 .......... 1993 Bill Fincher, End/Tackle, 1916-20 .... 1974 *Buck Flowers, Halfback, 1916-20 .. 1955 *Joe Guyon, HB/T, 1912-13; 1917-18 .. 1971 *John Heisman, Coach, 1892-1927 .. 1954 George Morris, Linebacker, 1950-52 1981 Larry Morris, Center, 1951-54 .......... 1992 Peter Pund, Center, 1926-28 ............. 1963 Randy Rhino, Safety, 1972-74 .......... 2002 Everett Strupper, Halfback, 1915-17 ... 1972 Pat Swilling, OLB, 1982-85.............. 2009

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Maryland (9) *Paul “Bear” Bryant, Coach, 1945 ........ 1986 *Jerry Claiborne, Coach, 1961-89 .... 1999 Stan Jones, Tackle, 1951-53 .............. 2000 Dick Modzelewski, Tackle, 1950-52 1993 Bob Pellegrini, Center, 1953-55 ....... 1996 Jack Scarbath, Quarterback, 1950-52 ... 1983 *Jim Tatum, Coach, 1942-58 ............ 1984 Bob Ward, Guard, 1948-51 ............... 1980 Randy White, Def. Tackle, 1972-74.. 1994

Miami (7) Bennie Blades, Safety, 1984-87 ........ 2006 Don Bosseler, Fullback, 1953-56 ...... 1990 *Andy Gustafson, Coach, 1926-63 ... 1985 *Jack Harding, Coach, 1926-47 ........ 1980 Ted Hendricks, Def. End, 1966-68 ... 1987 Russell Maryland, Def. Tackle, 1987-89 ...2011 Gino Torretta, Quarterback, 1989-92 ....2009

North Carolina (7) *Hunter Carpenter, Halfback, 1900-05 ... 1957 Charlie Justice, Halfback, 1946-49 ... 1961 Don McCauley, Tailback, 1968-70 ... 2001 *Barney Poole, End, 1942-48 ........... 1974 *Carl Snavely, Coach, 1927-58 ........ 1965 *Jim Tatum, Coach, 1942-58 ............ 1984 Art Weiner, End, 1946-49 ................. 1992

NC State (5) Dennis Byrd, Defensive End, 1965-67 .....2010 Roman Gabriel, Quarterback, 1959-61 ....1989 *Lou Holtz, Head Coach, 1972-75 ... 2009 Jack McDowall, Halfback, 1925-27 . 1975 Jim Ritcher, Center, 1976-79 ............ 1998 *Buck Shaw, Coach, 1924-57 ........... 1972

Virginia (7) Jim Dombrowski, Tackle, 1984-87 ... 2008 Bill Dudley, Halfback, 1939-41 ........ 1956 *Frank Murray, Coach, 1922-49 ....... 1983 *Greasy Neale, Coach, 1915-33 ....... 1967 Joe Palumbo, Middle Guard, 1949-51 . 1999 Tom Scott, End, 1950-52 .................. 1979 *George Welsh, Coach, 1973-2000 .. 2004

Virginia Tech (6) *Hunter Carpenter, Halfback, 1900-05 .....1957 *Jerry Claiborne, Coach, 1961-89 .... 1999 Carroll Dale, End, 1957-59 ............... 1987 *Andy Gustafson, Coach, 1926-63 ... 1985 Frank Loria, Safety, 1965-67 ............ 1999 Bruce Smith, Def. Tackle, 1981-84... 2006


2011 ACC News & Notes

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ACC Football: The Best of Both Worlds US News & World Reports Ranks ACC Schools As Nation’s Best

In its 2011 annual ranking of American colleges and universities, US News & World Reports ranked ACC schools as a composite as the best in the nation among NCAA FBS Conferences. Taking an average of the placings of all ACC schools, the Atlantic Coast Conference ranks higher than any other FBS league. All ACC schools were ranked by the magazine as “Tier One” schools with eight of the ACC schools ranked among the Top 56 schools nationally and 10 ACC schools ranked 69th or higher.

FBS Conference Rankings Pl Conference ................... Avg. Ranking

1. Atlantic Coast Conference .. 50.50 2 3. 4. 5. 6.

Big Ten ....................................... 57.17 Pac-12 ......................................... 79.58 Big 12 ......................................... 84.42 Southeastern ............................... 98.67 Big East ................................... 117.68.

ACC No. 1 In APR For Fifth Straight Year

For the fifth consecutive year the Atlantic Coast Conference led all NCAA FBS conferences in the NCAA’s APR rankings for its football programs. The ACC’s four-year cumulative APR total is also the best of any league.

2009-10 APR Conference Rankings Pl Conference ...................................Avg.

1. Atlantic Coast Conference .. 962.4 2 3. 4. 5. 6.

Big Ten ....................................... 960.6 Big East ...................................... 958.6 Southeastern ............................... 955.1 Pac-10 ......................................... 953.6 Conference USA ......................... 953.4

ACC No. 1 In GSR For Sixth Straight Year

For the sixth consecutive year, the Atlantic Coast Conference led all FBS conferences in the NCAA’s GSR rankings (Graduate Success Rate) for its football programs. ACC schools averaged 72.41 percent graduation rate in their football programs with Duke leading all schools nationally which a 95 percent rate for its football classes which began school in the 1999 through 2002 seasons.

2009-10 APR Conference Rankings Pl Conference ....................................Avg

1. Atlantic Coast Conference .... 72.4 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Big East ........................................ 71.5 Big Ten ......................................... 69.9 Conference USA ........................... 68.1 Mountain West .............................. 65.6 Southeastern ................................. 64.5 Pac-12 ........................................... 62.2 Big 12 ........................................... 60.2

Athletically and Academically Virginia Tech Only Team ACC Teams To Face More Top 25 Teams Than Any Other Conference

Nationally With 10 Wins Each of Last Seven Years

Based on ESPN’s Early Pre-Season Top 25 as well as the final 2010 rankings of the Sagarin Index, the ACC will face more highly-ranked teams this fall than any other Conference. The Conference will play no fewer than 10 games against teams which are ranked in ESPN’s early pre-season Top 25 including contests against No. 1 Oklahoma (FSU), No. 8 Stanford (Duke), No. 14 West Virginia (Maryland), No. 15 Ohio State (Miami), No. 16 Notre Dame (Boston College, Maryland, Wake Forest), No. 17 Georgia (Georgia Tech), No. 19 South Carolina (Clemson and No. 24 Florida (Florida State). The Pac-12 was next closest with nine games against Top 25 foes, followed by the SEC and Big Ten (5 each), and the Big 12 and Big East (4 apiece). In the final Sagarin Ratings, the league will face nine games against Top 25 foes including No. 1 Auburn (Clemson), No. 2 Stanford (Duke), No. 7 Ohio State (Miami), No. 10 Oklahoma (FSU), No. 19 Notre Dame (BC, Maryland, Wake Forest), No. 24 Florida (FSU) and No. 25 Georgia (Georgia Tech).

When Virginia Tech posted an 11-3 record last year and captured its fourth Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in seven seasons, it became the only school in the nation’s FBS to have won 10 or more games in each of the last seven years. During that time, the Hokies of Coach Frank Beamer have posted a 73-21 record beginning with the 2004 season-their first year in the Atlantic Coast Conference. In ACC history, only Florida State (9) has posted more consecutive seasons with 10 or more victories.

ESPN Early-Season Top 25 Conference .......... Games ......Opponents ACC .............................10 .......................8 Pac-12 ............................9 .......................8 SEC ................................6 .......................6 Big Ten ...........................5 .......................3 Big 12 .............................4 .......................4 Big East ..........................4 .......................3

2010 Sagarin Final Top 25 Conference .......... Games ......Opponents ACC ...............................9 .......................7 Pac-12 ............................8 .......................8 Big Ten ...........................6 .......................4 Big 12 .............................6 .......................6 SEC ................................4 .......................4 Big East ..........................5 .......................4

Since 2005, ACC Has Sent 50 Teams to Bowl Games

The ACC, which set NCAA Bowl participating percentage records in 2002, with seven of nine teams going to bowls, and in 2008 with 10 of 12 teams making post-season trips, has sent 50- teams to bowl games over the last six years, an average of 8.333 bowl games a year. During this six-year span, only the SEC (52) has had more teams selected for bowl games than has the ACC. Bowl Teams By Conference (2005-10) Pl. .... Conference............................. Bowls 1. ..... SEC...............................................52 2. ..... ACC ..............................................50 3. ..... Big 12 ...........................................47 4. ..... Big Ten .........................................44 5. ..... Pac-12 ...........................................32

Virginia Tech Since 2004 Year ..... Record.... ACC Record ....... AP 2004....... 10-3 ..............7-1 .............. 10th 2005....... 11-2 ..............7-1 ............... 7th 2006....... 10-3 ..............6-2 .............. 19th 2007....... 11-3 ..............7-1 ............... 9th 2008....... 10-4 ..............5-3 .............. 15th 2009....... 10-3 ..............6-2 .............. 10th 2010....... 11-3 ..............8-0 .............. 16th

Excluding the BCS ACC Has Five of the Most Viewed Football Bowl Games in ESPN History Excluding the BCS bowl games of 2011, the ACC has participated in five of the Top seven and seven of the Top 10 of the most viewed football ESPN Bowl games in the history of the sports cable network. The 2009 Emerald Bowl was the third-most viewed bowl game in ESPN’s history followed by the 2008 Champs Sports Bowl (4th), the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl (5th), the 2009 Chick-fil-A Bowl (6th) and the 2010 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl (7th). Bowl Game owl wl G wl am ame me .................Date.................HH .................. ate te..........................HH HH 1.Alamo 1.Al 1. A am Al amoo................01-02-10.......5,553,630 ... .......... 01 02-10 2-100.......... 5, 25 55 553, 3,,63 6300 2. 2 Alamo Alaam ..............12-30-06.......5,521,000 12-3300 066. 0 3. Emerald ..........12-26-09.......5,289,014 Em 122-2 -266-09 60 09 4. C Champs Sports .. 12 12-2 12-27-08.......5,099,000 -2277-00 5. C Chik-fil-A .......12-31-10.......5,009,013 122-3 - 11-1 6 C 6. Chick-fil-A h .....12-31-07.......4,919,000 12-3 12 -3311 07 7 FAM 7. FAM M Music usic us icc C City ityy ..12-29-10....... it 2-2 -299-10 91100....... ....... 4,911,767 4,,9111, 1,77 88. Alamo Alaamo o ... ..............12-28-05.......4,876,000 ................ 28--05 05...........4, 4,87 4, 8776, 6 0000 99.. C Chick-fil-A hick k ffil il A ..... .....12-31-09....... 12 31 09....... 4,852,111 4 110. 0. Ch Chick-fil-A C hicckk-ff ll-A A Peac P Peach eac ach112-30-05 2-300-0 205 .....4,708,000 .. 4,70 7 8, 8,0000


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Noting 2011 ACC Football The Montel Harris File Boston College’s Montel Harris Takes Aim At ACC Rushing Records Boston College RB Montel Harris enters his senior season within reach of one of the oldest standards in the ACC record book. Harris, who has run for more career yards than any other junior in ACC history, enters the 2011 season with 3,600 career rushing yards. NC State’s Ted Brown currently holds the Conference’s career rushing record, having run for 4,602 yards during the 1975 through 1978 seasons. A repeat of Harris’ 2010 campaign, in which he ran for 1,243 yards, would allow the Jacksonville, Fla., senior to break the 33-year-old mark. Harris has also topped the 100yard mark 21 times in his career. Brown also holds the ACC record for 100-yard games in a career (27). Harris is also closing in on the ACC career record for carries and enters the 2011 season as the NCAA’s active career rushing leader for the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). ACC Career Rushing Yards Pl. Player, School ..................... Yrs .......Yrds . To Go 1. Ted Brown, NCS, .................. 75-78 .....4,602 ...1,002 2. Amos Lawrence, UNC ... 77-80 ...4,391 ....791 3. LaMont Jordan, Md. ....... 97-00 ...4,147 ....547 4. Robert Lavette, GT .......... 81-84 ...4,066 ....466 5. Chris Barclay, WF, .......... 02-05 ...4,032 ....432 6. Thomas Jones, UVa ........ 96-99 ...3,998 ....398 7. Raymond Priester, CL...... 94-97 ...3,966 ....366 8. Mike Voight, UNC ........... 73-76 ...3,971 ....371 9. Warrick Dunn, FSU ........ 93-96 ...3,959 ....359 10. James Davis, CL ............. 05-08 ...3,881 ....281 11. James McDougald, WF ... 76-79 ...3,811 ....211 12. Jerry Mays, GT ................ 85-89 ...3,699 ......99 13. Leon Johnson, UNC ........ 93-96 ...3,693 ......93 14. Joe McIntosh, NCS .......... 81-84 ...3,642 ......42 15. Montel Harris, BC ......... 08-** ...3,600 ......--ACC Career 100-Yard Rushing Games Pl. Player, School ..................... Yrs .......Gms . To Go 1. Ted Brown, NCS,............. 75-78 ...27 .............6 2. Amos Lawrence, UNC ... 77-80 ...23 .............2 3. Warrick Dunn, FSU ........ 93-96 ...21 ............-Montel Harris, BC ......... 08-** ...21 ............-Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

NCAA Returning Career Rushing Leaders Player, School ....................Yrs. ...... Yards Montel Harris, BC ............08-** .... 3,600 LaMichael James, Oregon ...... 09-** ...3,277 Jordan Todman, UConn......08-** .... 3,179 Lance Dunbar, N. Texas .....08-** .... 3,109

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. --

ACC Career Rushing Attempts Player, School.....................Years .......Att..To Go Robert Lavette, GT ...........81-84 .......914 ....159 Amos Lawrence, UNC .....77-80 .......881 ....126 James McDougald, WF ....76-79 .......880 ....125 Ted Brown, NCS ..............75-78 .......860 ....105 Montel Harris, BC ..........08-** .......755 .....----

Nate Freese Boston College Casey Barth Dustin Hopkins

Will Snyderwine

Florida State

Duke

North Carolina

Lou Groza Candidates Abound In ACC ACC led Nation in Field Goal Accuracy in 2010

The ACC led the nation in field goal accuracy in 2010 and looks for more of the same this year as candidates for the prestigious Lou Groza Award, given annually to the nation’s top placekicker, abound in the Conference this year. Here are six ACC placekickers who have a chance to be a Groza Award- winner this fall. Will Snyderwine...Duke...Senior.... 2nd-team 2010 AFCA All-America...Ranked 7th nationally in 2010 in field goals per game...enters 2011 season ranked 3rd nationally in career field goal percentage (38-44, .864)....2011 Groza semifinalist. Dustin Hopkins...Florida State...Junior...12th nationally in field goals per game...Had 55yard game-winning kick versus Clemson, longest, final-play game-winner in ACC history. Casey Barth...North Carolina...Senior...Honorable Mention All-ACC in 2010...Enters 2011 a the ACC active career leader in field goals with 50 career boots....Ranks 10th among all returnees in career field goal percentage (.807). Nate Freese...Boston College...Sophomore...Ranked 8th nationally in field goals per game as a freshman, making 88% of his three-point attempts, making 22 of 25 field goals. Robert Randolph...Virginia...Senior...Ranks 8th nationally among all returning placekickers in career field goal percentage, having made 30 of 37 career kicks (.811). Jimmy Newman, Wake Forest...Junior...Ranked 2nd in the ACC in field goal percentage last fall (.923), making 12 of 13 field goal attempts and all 31 PAT efforts...Enters 2011 having made 12 consecutive field goal attempts.

Cam Holland North Carolina

Brian Moore

Dalton Freeman

Duke

North Carolina

Tyler Horn Miami

Four ACC Pivotmen On Rimington Watch List Freeman, Moore, Horn, Holland Earn Selection to Pre-Season Watch List No fewer than four Atlantic Coast Conference players have been named to the spring watch list for the prestigious Rimington Award, presented annually to college football’s best center. The honor is the second for Clemson junior Dalton Freeman, who was named to the pre-season watch list last year. This is the first time on the watch list, though, for Duke senior Brian Moore, Miami senior Tyler Horn and North Carolina senior Cam Holland. The ACC’s four selections ranked third among all conferences, trailing only the SEC and Big Ten. No ACC player has won the Rimington Award, but three former players from ACC schools have been the honorees in the organization’s five Gerald R. Ford Legends Awards--Jim Ritcher of NC State, Bill Curry of Georgia Tech and Jim Otto of Miami.


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2010 In Review

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Virginia Tech Captures Fourth ACC Football Championship In Seven Years Virginia Tech, Florida State, Maryland and NC State Finish in AP Top 25 The ACC finished as one of only three conferences with four teams ranked among the Top 25 in the final AP poll: Virginia Tech (16th), Florida State (17th), Maryland (23rd) and NC State (25th).. ACC teams set a conference record for scoring plays of 80 or more yards, recording 21 long-distance scores in 2010; the previous high was 15 set one year earlier ...For the sixth consecutive year, the ACC led the nation in football graduation rates and in APR for the fifth straight time... The ACC sent nine teams to bowl games, its secondhighest single-season total, and now has had 50 teams participate in bowl games since becoming a 12-team league for the 2005 season, the second-highest total of any conference (by one)...The league topped 4,000,000 fans for the fifth straight season...Boston College LB Luke Kuechly led nation in tackles per game...Virginia Tech CB Jayron Hosley led the nation in interceptions per game.

2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

ACC Games Atlantic Division . AP. USA ... W L... For #Florida State .........17..... 16 ..... 6 2 ... 239 Maryland ................23..... 24 ..... 5 3 ... 230 NC State .................25..... 25 ..... 5 3 ... 258 Boston College .......---..... --- ..... 4 4 ... 134 Clemson .................---..... --- ..... 4 4 ... 162 Wake Forest............---..... --- ..... 1 7 ... 135

Opp 144 192 190 163 126 308

Hm 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-2 3-1 1-3

Rd .....W 3-1 .....10 2-2 .......9 2-2 .......9 2-2 .......7 1-3 .......6 0-4 .......3

Overall L.......For 4 .......439 4 .......419 4 .......414 6 .......240 7 .......312 9 .......273

Opp 275 288 277 254 244 430

Hm 6-1 5-1 5-1 4-3 5-2 2-4

Rd 3-2 2-3 3-3 3-2 1-4 1-5

Nu vs. Div. 1-1 4-1 2-0 3-2 1-0 3-2 0-1 2-3 0-1 3-2 0-0 0-5

Streak Won 1 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 1

Coastal Division.. AP. USA ... W L... For Opp *Virginia Tech ........16..... 15 ..... 8 0 ... 278 113 Miami .....................---..... --- ..... 5 3 ... 205 174 North Carolina .......---..... --- ..... 4 4 ... 195 198 Georgia Tech ..........---..... --- ..... 4 4 ... 189 220 Virginia...................---..... --- ..... 1 7 ... 160 281 Duke .......................---..... --- ..... 1 7 ... 194 270 * ACC Champions; # Atlantic Division Champion

Hm 4-0 2-2 1-3 2-2 1-3 1-3

Rd .....W 4-0 .....11 3-1 .......7 3-1 .......8 2-2 .......6 0-4 .......4 0-4 .......3

L...... For Opp 3 .......474 288 6 .......342 269 5 .......329 302 7 .......338 328 8 .......304 339 9 .......303 425

Hm 6-1 3-3 3-3 4-2 4-3 2-5

Rd 4-0 4-2 4-1 2-4 0-5 1-4

Nu vs. Div. 1-2 5-0 0-1 3-2 1-1 2-3 0-1 3-2 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-4

Streak Lost 1 Lost 3 Won 2 Lost 2 Lost 4 Lost 3

2010 ACC Bowl Game Results (BCS/AP/Coaches’ Ranking; All Times Eastern) Bowl ...................................Date....... Teams ....................................................................................................................................................................... Notes Advocare V100 Independence ......Dec. 27 .. Georgia Tech (6-7) 7 vs. Air Force (9-4) 14 .................................................... 4 GT Turnovers thwart comeback efforts Champs Sports ...................Dec. 28 .. NC State (9-4) 23 vs. (22, 22, 21) West Virginia (9-4) 7.......................... QB Russell Wilson’s 2 TD passes, 316 yards key win Military/Northrup-Grumman ......Dec. 29... Maryland (9-4) 51 vs. East Carolina (6-7) 20 ........................... RB Da’Rel Scott’s long TD runs key rout in Friedgen’s finale Franklin America Mortgage MCB .... Dec. 30 .. North Carolina (8-5) 30 vs. Tennessee (6-7) 27 (2ot) ......................... Heels’ Barth boots game-tying and winning FG’s Meineke Car Care .............Dec. 31 .. Clemson (6-7) 26 vs. South Florida (8-5) 31 .................................................................Tigers’ late comeback falls short Hyundai Sun Bowl .............Dec. 31 .. Miami (7-6) 17 vs. Notre Dame (8-5) 33 .......................................................Morris-led ‘Canes comeback too little, too late Chick-fil-A .........................Dec. 31 .. (23,23,23) Florida State (10-4) 26 vs. (20,19,20) South Carolina (9-5) 17 .................................................. FSU’s Manuel, Reid guide Seminoles Discover Orange ................Jan. 3 ..... (12,13,11 ) Virginia Tech (11-3) 12 vs. (4,5,5) Stanford (12-1) 40..................................Luck-led Cardinal dominates second half Kraft Fight Hunger.............Jan. 9 ..... Boston College (7-6) 13 vs. (15,13,15) Nevada (13-1) 20.............................Kuechly-fueled defense shines, but offense struggles

Noting 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Football

Four ACC teams were ranked in both the final polls by USA Today Coaches and Associated Press. Virginia Tech (15), Florida State (16), Maryland (24) and NC State (25) were ranked in the USA Today poll, while Virginia Tech (16), Florida State (17), Maryland (23) and NC State (25) were ranked in the AP final poll.

Georgia Tech became the first team in ACC history to lead the nation in rushing offense, averaging an ACC-record 323.3 yards per game. Boston College became the 7th ACC team to lead the nation in rushing defense, allowing just 82.8 yards per game. With its 44-33 win over Florida State in the 2010 ACC Championship Game, Virginia Tech became the first team in NCAA FBS history to win 11 straight games after losing its first two contests in the season. Virginia Tech has now captured four ACC Football Championships in its seven seasons in the league. The Hokies have won three of the six ACC Football Championship Games. The 2010 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game crowd of 72,379 fans was the

second-highest for an ACC Football title Da’Quan Bowers, Boston College LB Luke game, bested only by the inaugural event Kuechly and Florida State G Rodney Hudson. in Jacksonville, which drew 72,749 fans for Virginia Tech and FSU. Clemson junior DE Da’Quan Bowers was the recipient of the 2010 Bronko Nagurski Award, Virginia Tech became the first ACC team given annually by the FWAA to the nation’s top to go undefeated in conference play since defensive player. Florida State in 2000. The Hokies were 8-0 in the ACC in 2010. Bowers was named the recipient of the 2010 Ted Hendricks Award, given annually by the HenVirginia Tech is the only team in the nation dricks Foundation to the nation’s top defensive which has won 10 or more games in each of end. the past seven seasons. Virginia Tech QB Tyrod Taylor, the ACC’s Boston College became the first ACC team Player of the Year, was also named the MVP of to record a five-game winning streak after the ACC Football Championship Game. Taylor suffering a five-game losing streak in the is the first player in league history to be twice same season. The Eagles finished the regular named the Game’s MVP as he was the 2008 season on a five-game winning streak after MVP as well, after leading Tech to a win over dropping five straight contests. Boston College. Nine ACC teams participated in bowl games and since 2005, the league has sent 50 teams to postseason play. Only the SEC has had more (51) in that time.

At season’s end, ACC schools Miami and Maryland hired new football coaches. Miami selected Temple head coach and former Virginia assistant Al Golden to head its football program, while Maryland named former Connecticut head Three ACC players earned unanimous All- coach and BC and Georgia Tech assistant America honors this year in Clemson DE Randy Edsall to lead the Terrapins.


2010 In Review 2010 All-ACC Football Team As voted by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association 1st Team Offense

1st Team Defense

QB RB RB WR WR TE T T G G C PK

DE DE DT DT LB LB LB CB CB S S P SP

Tyrod Taylor, Sr., Virginia Tech ...........77 Montel Harris, Sr, Boston College .........122 Anthony Allen, Sr., Georgia Tech .......108 Leonard Hankerson, Sr., Miami ..........118 Torrey Smith, Jr., Maryland ..................96 George Bryan, Jr., NC State ..................92 Anthony Castonzo, Sr., Boston College ...79 Chris Hairston, Sr., Clemson.................69 Rodney Hudson, Sr., Florida State ......116 Brandon Washington, So., Miami .........50 Sean Bedford, Sr., Georgia Tech ..........91 Chris Hazley, Sr., Virginia Tech ..........100

2nd Team Offense QB RB RB WR WR TE T T G G G C PK

Russell Wilson, Jr., NC State ................75 Damien Berry, Sr., Miami .....................37 Keith Payne, Sr., Virginia......................30 Conner Vernon, So., Duke ....................70 Owen Spencer, Sr., NC State ................41 Dwayne Allen, So., Clemson ................31 Orlando Franklin, Sr., Miami ...............65 Blake DeChristopher, Jr., Virginia Tech .39 Jaymes Brooks, Jr., Virginia Tech .........41 Omoregie Uzzi, So., Georgia Tech ...35(t) Jonathan Cooper, So., North Carolina ..35(t) Ryan McMahon, Sr., Florida State ........47 Will Snyderwine, Jr., Duke ...................38

Da’Quan Bowers, Jr., Clemson .......... 120 Brandon Jenkins, So., Florida State ... 101 Quinton Coples, Jr., North Carolina... 101 Jarvis Jenkins, Sr., Clemson................. 63 Luke Kuechly, So., Boston College ... 112 Nate Irving, Sr., NC State .................. 105 Alex Wujciak, Sr., Maryland................ 78 Jayron Hosley, So., Virginia Tech ...... 112 Chase Minnifield, Jr., Virginia ............. 41 DeAndre McDaniel, Sr, Clemson ........... 99 Kenny Tate, Jr., Maryland .................... 78 Matt Bosher, Sr., Miami ....................... 94 Tony Logan, Jr., Maryland ................... 78

2nd Team Defense DE DE DT DT LB LB LB CB CB S S P SP

Allen Bailey, Sr., Miami ...................... 51 Steven Friday, Sr., Virginia Tech.......... 42 John Graves, Sr., Virginia Tech ............ 46 Joe Vellano, So., Maryland .................. 33 Bruce Carter, Sr., North Carolina ......... 43 Bruce Taylor, So., Virginia Tech .......... 41 Sean Spence, Jr., Miami ....................... 37 Xavier Rhodes, Fr., Florida State ......... 49 Brandon Harris, Jr., Miami .................. 45 Davon Morgan, Sr., Virginia Tech ....... 48 Ray-Ray Armstrong, So., Miami ......... 25 Brian Saunders, Sr., Virginia Tech ....... 48 David Wilson, So., Virginia Tech ........... 61

23 2010 All-ACC Academic Football Team The Atlantic Coast Conference’s statistical leaders in total offense, field goals and touchdown responsibility and nine student-athletes who earned first-team, second-team or honorable mention All-Conference honors this past season secured spots on the 52-member 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference All-ACC Academic Football Team, announced by Commissioner John Swofford. All 12 ACC schools were represented by at least one selection on the team. The ACC has selected an ACC All-Academic Football team every year since 1954. In all, nine members of the All-ACC Academic team earned some kind of All-ACC Football recognition led by Boston College’s Anthony Castonzo, a two-time, first-team honoree. Five earned second-team All-ACC selection: NC State’s Russell Wilson; Duke’s Will Snyderwine; Miami free safety Ray-Ray Armstrong; Virginia Tech defensive tackle John Graves; and Virginia Tech running back-kick returner David Wilson. And three earned Honorable Mention All-ACC: Duke tight end Cooper Helfet; Maryland guardtackle Paul Pinega; and Virginia Tech center Beau Warren. Duke led all ACC schools with 13 selections, followed by Clemson with six, Virginia Tech with five and Boston College, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland and North Carolina with four each. Wake Forest and Miami had three apiece, while NC State and Virginia each had one selection.

2010 All-ACC Academic Team S .......Ray-Ray Armstrong, So. .................Miami P-PK .Travis Baltz, Sr. .......................... Maryland PK ....Scott Blair, Sr. ...................... Georgia Tech WR ...Jaron Brown, So. ......................... Clemson LB ....Kelby Bowden, Fr. ............................Duke S .......Lee Butler, Jr. ....................................Duke FB.....Curtis Byrd, Jr.. ................. North Carolina T .......Anthony Castonzo, Sr. ......Boston College G.......Mason Cloy, Jr. ........................... Clemson WR ...Danny Coale, Jr. ...................Virginia Tech Honorable Mention: (20 points or more) - DT: J.R. CB ....Ross Cockrell, Fr...............................Duke Sweezy, Jr., N C State ; LB: Colin McCarthy, Sr., Miami S .......Matt Daniels, Jr .................................Duke Honorable Mention: (20 points or more) -QB: T.J. (34); Abraham Kromah, Sr., Duke (30); CB: Greg Reid, DE ....Chris Drager, Jr.. ..................Virginia Tech DT ....A.J. Francis, So. ......................... Maryland Yates, Sr., North Carolina (21); RB--Johnny White, So., Florida State (20). C .......Dalton Freeman, So. ................... Clemson Sr., North Carolina (22); WR: Dwight Jones, Jr., North C .......Bennett Fulper, So...................... Maryland Carolina (20); TE: Cooper Helfet, Jr., Duke (24); Andre DT ....John Graves, Sr. ...................Virginia Tech Smith, Sr., Virginia Tech (23) T: Jake Vermiglio, Sr., SS .....Rashard Hall, So. ........................ Clemson NC State (34); Paul Pinegar, Sr., Maryland; G: Thomas G.......Dave Harding, Fr...............................Duke TE.....Cooper Helfet, Jr. ..............................Duke Claiborne, Sr., Boston College (34); C: Beau Warren, LB ....Mark Herzlich, Sr. .............Boston College Sr., Virginia Tech (22); PK: Casey Barth, Jr., North T .......Kyle Hill, Jr. ......................................Duke Carolina (20); CB ....Ryan Hill, Sr. ...................................Miami FB.....Patrick Hill, Sr.................................Miami G.......Michael Hoag, Jr. ...................Wake Forest PK ....Dustin Hopkins, So. .............. Florida State 2010 Selections by School T .......James Hurst, Fr.................. North Carolina ACC champion Virginia Tech led all schools with T .......Mike Ingersoll, Sr.............. North Carolina 11 first- and second-place selections... North CarG.......Will Jackson, Fr.................... Georgia Tech olina, Clemson and Maryland, though, each led AB ....Roddy Jones, Jr. ................... Georgia Tech with the most first-team honorees in four apiece... School ...............1st 2nd . Tot QB ....EJ Manuel, So. ...................... Florida State Miami was second in total selections with 9 folLB ....Brandon Maye, Jr. ....................... Clemson lowed by North Carolina (7) and Maryland with Virginia Tech ......3.....8 ... 11 G.......Brian Moore, So. ...............................Duke five...Florida State guard Rodney Hudson became Miami ..................3.....6 .....9 TE.....Zack Pianalto, Sr. .............. North Carolina only the 7th player and only the 4th position player T .......Paul Pinegar, Sr. ......................... Maryland to be named All-ACC four times....Hudson earned first-team hon- North Carolina ...4.....3 .....7 QB ....Christian Ponder, Sr. ............. Florida State ors in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and second-team accolades in 2007... P/PK .Shane Popham, Jr. ..................Wake Forest Maryland ............4.....1 .....5 Seven players repeated on the first-team in Boston College T PK ....Robert Randolph, Jr. .....................Virginia Anthony Castonzo and LB Luke Kuechly, Clemson S DeAnQB ....Sean Renfree, So. ..............................Duke Clemson ...............4.....0 .....4 dre McDaniel, Florida State G Rodney Hudson, Georgia Tech G.......Nathan Richman, G ...........Boston College C Sean Bedford, Maryland LB Alex Wujciak and NC State Florida State .......2.....2 .....4 CB ....Chris Rwabukamba, Sr......................Duke T .......Zebrie Sanders, Jr. ................. Florida State TE George Bryan...Costanzo, who was a second-team pick in T .......Perry Simmons, Fr. ...........................Duke 2008, earned his third All-ACC selection...Boston College had NC State ..............2.....2 .....4 PK ....Will Snyderwine, Jr. ..........................Duke only three selections to the team, but all were first-team honorees WR ...Donovan Varner, Jr. ...........................Duke in Kuechly, Castonzo and TB Montel Harris... Miami’s Matt Georgia Tech .......2.....1 .....3 DT ....Logan Walls, Jr. .................... Georgia Tech Bosher earned first-team All-ACC honors as a punter this year C .......Beau Warren, Sr. ..................Virginia Tech after being a first-team PK and second-team P last year...Only Boston College ....3.....0 .....3 T .......Doug Weaver, Jr. ....................Wake Forest one freshman earned All-ACC selection this year, the ACC’s De- Virginia ...............1.....1 .....2 RB ....Andre Williams, Fr. ...........Boston College fensive Rookie of the Year Xavier Rhodes of Florida State was RB ....David Wilson, So. ................Virginia Tech named to the second team at CB...Boston College TB Montel Duke ....................0.....2 .....2 QB ....Russell Wilson, So. ..................... NC State Harris received the most votes on the team with 122 total points. P .......Dawson Zimmerman, So. ........... Clemson

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2010 ACC Award Winners

ACC Player of the Year Offensive Player of the Year Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech Virginia Tech’s Tyrod Taylor, whose passing accuracy and running acumen led the Hokies to their fourth ACC championship in the school’s seven seasons in the Conference, was named the 2010 ACC Player of the Year in voting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). The 6-foot-1 senior from Hampton, Va., received 27 of 57 votes cast. He becomes the second Hokie to earn the award. Another QB, Bryan Randall, was the choice in 2004 as Virginia Tech won the conference title in its first year of membership. Taylor, who has led the ACC in pass efficiency the past two seasons, led Virginia Tech to their seventh straight season with 10 or more victories, a No. 15 national ranking and the Hokies’ fourth berth in the ACC Championship Game in six seasons. In doing so, he improved his record as a starting quarterback at Virginia Tech to a remarkable 34 wins against only seven losses. In 2011, he threw 24 touchdown passes with only five interceptions, a TD to interception ratio of almost 5-to-1. His interception avoidance average of 1.58 ranked 3rd nationally. The Hampton, Va., product also ranked 3rd on the ACC career list for rushing yardage by a quarterback, having run for 2,174 yards and is fourth in touchdowns by a signal caller with 23 rushing TDs. 2010 ACC Offensive Player of the Year Voting (61 ballots cast) Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech .....................(31) Russell Wilson, QB, NC State ........................(23) Montel Harris, RB, Boston College...................(4) T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina ..........................(1) Danny O’Brien, QB, Maryland .........................(1) Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami .....................(1) 2010 ACC Player of the Year Voting (57 Ballots Cast) Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech .................... (27) Russell Wilson, QB, NC State ........................ (19) Da’Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson ....................... (9) Montel Harris, RB, Boston College.................. (3)

ACC Player of the Year 1954-2010 School..............No...Last Player ..........Year Duke ..................10 Robert Baldwin ...1994 NC State ..............7 Philip Rivers........2003 Virginia................7 Matt Schaub ........2002 Clemson ..............7 C. J. Spiller..........2009 North Carolina ....6 Lawrence Taylor .1980 Florida State ........5 Chris Weinke .......2000 Wake Forest.........4 Chris Barclay ......2005 Maryland .............4 E.J. Henderson ....2001 Georgia Tech .......3 Jonathan Dwyer ..2008 South Carolina......2 Billy Gambrell......1962 Virginia Tech .......2 Tyrod Taylor ........2010 Boston College ....1 Matt Ryan ............2007 (A complete listing of winners is on page 95)

ACC Defensive Player of the Year Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson One of the most feared pass rushers in the college game, Clemson’s Da’Quan Bowers was a landslide winner of the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year Award, as voted by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association. Bowers led the nation in quarterback sacks with 15.5, and finished second nationally in tackles for loss with 26. A junior defensive end from Bamberg, S.C., Bowers keyed a Clemson defensive unit which ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense. Bowers recorded the 6th-best total of QB sacks by an ACC player and his total of 26 tackles for loss is the 4th-best in league history. Named the 2010 Bronko Nagurski Award winner as the nation’s top defensive player by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), Bowers also captured the Ted Hendricks Award as the country’s top defensive end.He was also a finalist for two other national awards: the Lombardi Award, presented annually to the nation’s top lineman, and the Chuck Bednarik Award, which is presented to the nation’s top defensive player by the Maxwell Club. Bowers becames the fourth Clemson player to be named the ACC’s defensive Player of the Year, following in the footsteps of LB Keith Adams (1999), LB Leroy Hill (2004) and DE Gaines Adams (2006). 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year Voting (55 ballots cast) Da’Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson.....................(36) Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College ..............(14) Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech ....................(3) Nate Irving, LB, NC State ................................(2)

ACC Coach of the Year Ralph Friedgen, Maryland Maryland’s Ralph Friedgen, who directed one of the most impressive turnarounds in ACC history, is the 2010 ACC Coach of the Year in voting conducted by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). A year after going 2-10, the Terps finished 9-4 and became the first team in the ACC’s 58-year-old history to go from two or fewer victories in one season to nine or more in the next. Maryland challenged for the ACC’s Atlantic Division title in 2010. and defeated East Carolina 51-20 in the Military Bowl presented by Northrup-Grumman. Friedgen earned ACC Coach of the Year honors for the second time in his 10 seasons at Maryland. He previously captured the honor in his first season as a head coach when he set an ACC record for most wins by a rookie head coach, guiding the Terrapins to a 10-win campaign in 2001. The 6.5-win improvement was the largest singleseason turnaround in Maryland history. That betters Friedgen’s first at Maryland when he led the Terps to a 10-win year, a five-win improvement from the previous year. Friedgen posted a 75-50 record during his 10 years in College Park and led the Terps to seven bowl appearances in his time as head coach. A Maryland alumnus and former player, Friedgen won more games as a Maryland head coach than anyone else save legendary Terrapin coaches Jerry Claiborne and H.C. Byrd. Maryland’s turnaround was the second-best in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision in 2010. Only Miami (Ohio), which improved from 1-11 to 9-4, displayed greater. 2010 ACC Coach of the Year Voting (60 ballots cast) Ralph Friedgen, Maryland .............................. (29) Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ......................... (19) Tom O’Brien, NC State ................................... (6) Jimbo Fisher, Florida State .............................. (6)

ACC Defensive Player of the Year Totals 1993-2010

ACC Coach of the Year Totals 1975-2010

School ...........No. .. Last Player ..........Year Florida State ......5 .. Darnell Dockett ....2003 Clemson ............4 .. Da’Quan Bowers ..2010 Maryland ...........3 .. D’Qwell Jackson ..2005 Virginia..............2 .. Chris Long............2007 Boston College ..1 .. Mark Herzlich ......2008 Georgia Tech ......1 .. Derrick Morgan ....2009 NC State .............1 .. Levar Fisher .........2000 North Carolina...1 .. Marcus Jones ........1995 (A complete listing of winners can be found on page 95)

School .......... No. .... Last Coach .......... Year Virginia............. 8 .... Al Groh................. 2007 Clemson ........... 8 .... Tommy Bowden ... 2003 Wake Forest...... 8 .... Jim Grobe ............. 2006 Maryland .......... 8 .... Ralph Friedgen ..... 2010 Duke ................. 6 .... Fred Goldsmith..... 1994 NC State ........... 6 .... Dick Sheridan ....... 1986 Georgia Tech .... 6 .... Paul Johnson......... 2009 North Carolina.. 4 .... Mack Brown ......... 1996 Virginia Tech .... 2 .... Frank Beamer ....... 2005 Florida State ..... 2 .... Bobby Bowden ..... 1997 South Carolina.. 1 .... Paul Dietzel .......... 1969 (A complete listing of winners is on page 95)


2010 ACC Award Winners

Rookie of the Year Offensive Rookie of the Year Danny O’Brien, Maryland Maryland redshirt freshman Danny O’Brien, who led the Terrapins to a nine-win campaign while recording one of the top passing seasons for a first-year player in ACC history was named the 2010 ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year and Rookie of the Year in a landslide vote by the Atlantic Sports Media Association (ACSMA). O’Brien, from Kernersville, N.C., didn’t start for the Terps until the fourth game of the season, but he wasted little time, throwing for 2,438 yards—the 6th-best total by an ACC freshman. Impressively, O’Brien tossed 22 touchdown passes, the third-highest total by an ACC freshman. He also threw just eight interceptions, an excellent 2.75 to 1 touchdown to interception ratio. His 417 passing yards and four TD passes guided the Terrapins to an upset victory over NC State and helped propel Maryland to a 9-4 record—a remarkable 6.5 game turnaround from the 2009 Terrapin team which finished 2-10. Though he made just nine career starts, he was named the ACC’s Rookie of the Week in five of them, leading the Terps to a 6-3 record. He finished third nationally among all freshmen in TD passes with 22. He becoame the first Maryland player to be named the ACC’s Rookie of the Year in the 36-year history of the Award. 2010 ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year Voting (61 ballots cast) Danny O’Brien, QB, Maryland ......................... (58) Josh Harris, RB, Wake Forest ............................. (2) DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson ....................... (1)

Defensive Rookie of the Year Xavier Rhodes, Florida State The leading freshman pass defender in the nation, Florida State’s Xavier Rhodes finished 16th nationally in passes defended, averaging 1.14 per game and was named the 2010 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year in ballotting onducted by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA). Rhodes, a redshirt freshman from Miami, was a major factor in the improvement of a Florida State defense which ranked 20th nationally in scoring defense. Playing at the demanding cornerback position, he broke up 12 passes and intercepted four more in helping FSU to a 10-4 record, a No. 16 national ranking, a berth in the 2010 ACC Championship Game and a win over 19th-ranked South Carolina in the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta. In all, he has contributed 58 tackles, including nine in the ACC Championship Game, 49 solo hits, two sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss, while also coming up with two fumble recoveries. Rhodes became the first FSU player to be named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year and is only the fourth winner of the award, which began after the 2007 season. Rhodes was named on 35 of the 61 ballots, outdistancing Boston College LB Kevin PierreLouis for the honors.

2010 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year Voting

2010 ACC Rookie of the Year Voting (61 ballots cast) Danny O’Brien, QB, Maryland ......................... (54) Josh Harris, RB, Wake Forest ............................. (3) Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State ....................... (3) DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson ....................... (1)

(61 ballots cast) Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State .............. (35) Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB, Boston College ... (21) Kelby Brown, LB, Duke................................ (4) Tim Jackson, DT, North Carolina ................. (1)

ACC Rookie of the Year Totals 1975-2010

ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year Totals 2007-10

School .......... No. ....Last Player ........... Year

NC State...........9 ....Russell Wilson ......2008 Georgia Tech ....6 ....Calvin Johnson......2004 Clemson ...........5 ....James Davis ..........2005 Wake Forest .....4 ....Josh Adams ...........2007 North Carolina .4 ....Dre’ Bly.................1996 Florida State.....3 ....Chris Rix ...............2001 Virginia ............2 ....Ronde Barber ........1994 Duke.................1 ....Ben Bennett ..........1980 Maryland..........1 ....Danny O’Brien......2010 Virginia Tech....1 ....Ryan Williams.......2009 (Complete list of all winners is on Page 95)

School............No....Last Player ....... Year Boston College ..1...Luke Kuechly.... 2009 Florida State ......1...Xavier Rhodes... 2010 Miami ................1...Sean Spence ...... 2008 North Carolina ...1...Deunta Williams 2007 (Award began in the 2007 season)

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James Tatum Award Christian Ponder, Florida State Florida State senior quarterback Christian Ponder was the recipient of the 2010 James Tatum Award. The Tatum Award is given annually in memory of the late Jim Tatum to the top senior student-athlete (in athletic eligibility) among the league’s football players. Tatum, a two-time ACC Coach of the Year, coached in the 1950s at Maryland and North Carolina and believed strongly in the concept of the student-athlete. Ponder, a native of Colleyville, Texas, and a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, guided Florida State to a 10-4 overall record, a No. 16 national ranking, the Atlantic Division championship and a berth in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. FSU’s 6-2 ACC record was also the Seminoles’ best conference record since 2004. Ponder graduated from Florida State after just two and a half years in May of 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, compiling a 3.73 undergraduate GPA. He then completed his MBA degree at FSU in May 2010, compiling a cumulative 3.703 graduate GPA. He was enrolled in Florida State’s graduate program in Sports Management. A threetime All-ACC Academic Football (2008-10) team member, Ponder was named as one of the recipients of the prestigious National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame’s Scholar-Athlete Awards. Ponder was also named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team and was a two-time finalist for the Wuerffel Trophy (2009, 2010). The pre-season ACC Player of the Year, Ponder finished third in the ACC in pass efficiency (135.8) and tied for 2nd in passing percentage, completing 61.4 percent of his passes with 20 touchdown passes and only 8 pass interceptions. Ponder is the third player from Florida State to be honored with the Tatum Award, joining former standout Seminole student-athletes David Castillo (2005) and Daryl Bush (1996).

Jim Tatum Award Totals 1990-2010 School ...........No. ..Last Player........... Year Virginia .............4 ..Noel LaMontagne .1999 Florida State ......3 ..Christian Ponder ...2010 North Carolina ..3 ..Louis Marchetti.....2000 Duke..................2 ..Brendan Dewan ....2005 Clemson ............2 ..Kyle Young ...........2001 Georgia Tech .....2 ..Darryl Richard ......2008 Maryland ...........2 ..Josh Wilson ...........2006 Wake Forest ......2 ..Riley Skinner ........2009 NC State ............1 ..Charlie Cobb .........1990


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2010 ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy Rodney Hudson, Florida State Florida State’s Rodney Hudson was the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner. Hudson, who also captured the award in 2009, became one of just 11 players in ACC history to be a two-time recipient of the Jacobs Trophy. The Jacobs Blocking Trophy has been awarded annually since 1953 to the player voted the most outstanding blocker in the ACC by a poll of the league’s head coaches and defensive coordinators. The trophy is given in memory of William P. Jacobs, who served as president of Presbyterian College from 1935 to 1945. Hudson totaled 23 points, including six first-place votes, in the balloting by the coaches to outdistance Boston College senior offensive tackle Anthony Costanzo (13), Miami senior offensive tackle Orlando Franklin (12) and Clemson senior offensive tackle Chris Hairston (10) to claim his second straight Jacobs Trophy. One of three finalists for the prestigious Outland Trophy and a unaninmous All-America selection, Hudson, a 6-2, 282-pound senior from Mobile, Ala., became one of seven players in ACC history to be honored four times with All-ACC honors. Hudson was a secondteam All-ACC selection as a freshman in 2007 and earned first-team honors in 2008, 2009 and 2010.. Hudson, who made 49 career starts at guard, graded out to 87 percent with 44 knockdown blocks. In 2010, he was penalized only once in 772 snaps. The Mobile, Ala., native was named ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week three times during the 2010 season: giving him nine career citations, the most Player of the Week awards for any ACC football student-athlete. Hudson is the fifth Florida State player and the 11th two-time winner of the Jacobs Trophy.

Jacobs Blocking Trophy 1953-2010 School ............No..... Last Player ........ Year Virginia .............11.... Eugene Monroe .. 2008 Duke .................10.... Chris Port ........... 1989 Florida State .......8.... Rodney Hudson .. 2010 North Carolina....7.... Jeff Garnica ........ 1988 Clemson..............7.... John Phillips ....... 1987 Maryland ............3.... Dave Pacella ....... 1982 NC State .............3.... Jim Ritcher ......... 1979 South Carolina....3.... John Saunders .... 1958 Wake Forest ........3.... Steve Justice ....... 2007 Miami .................1.... Eric Winston ....... 2005 Georgia Tech ......1.... Craig Page .......... 1998 Boston College ...1.... Josh Beekman .... 2006 Complete listing of all ACC Jacobs’ Award Winners on page 146

Mark Herzlich, Boston College Nate Irving, NC State 2010 ACC Brian Piccolo Award Boston College senior linebacker Mark Herzlich (Wayne, Pa.) and NC State senior linebacker Nate Irving (Wallace, N.C.), a pair of hard-hitting defensive standouts who each rebounded from life-threatening situations, have been named the recipients of the 2010 Brian Piccolo Award. The Piccolo Award has been given annually since 1972 in memory of the late Brian Piccolo to the most courageous football player in the ACC. Piccolo was the ACC Athlete of the Year in 1965 and played for the Chicago Bears before his career was cut short when he was stricken with cancer. His courageous fight against that disease was an inspiration to the Bears and the entire football community. The 2010 season marks the third time two student-athletes shared the award and the first time since 1998 when Virginia’s Anthony Poindexter and Florida State’s Corey Simon shared the honor. The Piccolo also had co-recipients in 1993 when Duke’s Randy Cuthbert and Florida State’s Dan Footman received the honor. In May of 2009, Herzlich was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma in his left thigh. Ewings is an aggressive cancer which attacks both soft tissue and bone. He underwent extensive radiation and chemotherapy in the months following his diagnosis. Once the cancer was controlled, a titanium rod was also inserted into his left leg to stabilize the bone. Once cleared, he began a rehab program to restore his lower body strength. Prior to the start of the 2010 season, probably as a by-product of his aggressive rehab, Herzlich developed a fracture in his right foot. Despite this setback, Herzlich was able to start and compete in Boston College’s 2010 season- opener against Weber State. On October 5, Herzlich suffered a broken bone in his left hand, resulting in a cast which basically made him play “one-handed” this fall. Still, Herzlich responded to be Boston College’s third-leading tackler on the nation’s top ranked defense against the run. Herzlich recorded 65 tackles this year, including 50 solo hits, 3.5 for loss. Despite the “club cast” on his hand, he has four pass interceptions, five pass deflections and one forced fumble.

NC State’s Irving was severely injured in a single car motor vehicle accident on June 28, 2009. Irving suffered a compound fracture of the tibia, a broken rib, a punctured lung and a separated shoulder. The fracture of the tibia required a surgical insertion of an intermedullary nail to allow proper alignment and healing of the bone. Irving faced a lengthy rehab due to the severity of his injuries and the quantity of body parts that were affected. Due to an extensive rehab program, Irving was able to return to football activities in March of 2010. He enjoyed a spectacular senior season as the 2nd leading tackler for an NC State defense which ranked 4th nationally in sacks and 6th in tackles for loss. He ranked 6th nationally in tackles for loss with 21.5 and had seven quarterback sacks among his 92 total tackles. He set an NCAA FBS single-game record for most tackles for loss with eight against Wake Forest and he was named the Walter Camp National Defensive player of the Week for his play in State’s win over Georgia Tech on Sept. 25. Irving is the fourth NC State student-athlete to be honored with the Picccolo Award, joining former teammate Toney Baker, who received the award last year, Scott Adell (1991) and Ralph Stringer (1977), as past Wolfpack honorees. Herzlich becomes the first Boston College student-athlete to be honored with the Piccolo.

Piccolo Award Winners 1970-2010 School............No..... Last Player ........ Year Duke ..................6.... Scott Youmans.... 1993 Virginia ..............5.... Ryan Best ........... 2005 Florida State ......5.... Anquan Boldin ... 2002 Maryland ...........5.... Matt Crawford .... 2001 Clemson.............4.... Warren Forney.... 1995 Wake Forest .......4.... Matt Robinson .... 2007 North Carolina ...4.... Robert Quinn ...... 2008 NC State ............4.... Nate Irving ......... 2010 Georgia Tech .....2.... Ed Wilder ........... 2000 Miami ................2.... Glenn Sharpe ...... 2006 Boston College ..1.... Mark Herzlich .... 2010 Complete listing of all ACC Piccolo Award Winners on page 146


2010 ACC National Awards, ACC Players of Week Bronko Nagurski Award FWAA National Defensive Player of the Year Da’Quan Bowers Clemson Clemson junior Defensive End C Da'Quan Bowers became the D 118th winner of the Bronko Naggurski Award as voted upon by tthe th h Football Writers Association oof America. The award, voted bby the Football Writers AssociaAmerica (FWAA) tion of Amer errica (F FWAA W ) and presented by the Charlotte Touchdown Club, is presented annually to the nation’s top defensive player. It is the FWAA’s “Defensive Heisman Trophy Award”. The four other finalists were Auburn tackle Nick Fairley, Georgia linebacker Justin Houston, Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly and LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson. Bowers led the nation in QB sacks in 2010 (15.5) and finished 2nd nationally in tackles for loss (26). The Bronko Nagurski Trophy is given in memory of the legendary Nagurski, a former All-America lineman at Minnesota (1927-29). Nagurski dominated college football at Minnesota as a bruising fullback and defensive tackle and could have been an All-American at any position. He then became a star for professional football's Chicago Bears in the 1930s.

Maxwell Football Club Joe Paterno Coach of the Year Award Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer was named the winner of the inaugural Joseph V. Paterno National Football Coach of the Year Award by the Maxwell Football Club. Beamer led the Hokies to 11 straight wins, an ACC title, and a spot in the Orange Bowl versus Stanford. More impressively, he brought his team back from an 0-2 start, showing the poise and leadership that have been his trademarks for almost a quarter-century with the program. He’s the only FBS coach to win 10 or more games in each of the last seven seasons, while maintaining high academic standards and developing young pillars of the community. Virginia Tech’s latest graduation success rate is 79%, placing ng the school in the Top 25 on the field and in the classroom. The award is designed to honor the spirit of Coach Paterno, whose long-time success on the field has been matched only by his impact away from it. Through a nomination process, each current head coach has been evaluated based on his school’s performance on Saturdays, in the classroom, and within the community.

2010 Rudy Award

Mark Herzlich, Boston College

Mark Herzlich, a senior linebacker for the Boston College Eagles, captured the 2010 College Football Rudy Award, presented annually by the the Rudy Foundation. The Rudy Awards™ honor student-athletes st who demonstrate exemplary e character, courage, contribution ti and commitment as members of their th teams, on and off the field. These same sa traits were immortalized in the blockbuster b film “RUDY” which told the th amazing story of Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger e and his journey into college football b lore.The three award finalists were honored h at the Priority Payment Systems te College Football Rudy Awards™ breakfast, b during the American Football b Coaches Association Convention at a the Hilton Anatole, in Dallas, Texas. Rudy R Ruettiger personally presented the th bronze b Rudy R d Award A d trophy t to Herzlich’s father Sandy, and the winning scholarship grant was made in Mark’s name to the Boston College general scholarship fund. The other two finalists, Alex Henery of Nebraska and Michael Lemon of NC State, each received a classic finalist award plaque and runners-up grants were made in their names to their respective schools.

Ted Hendricks Award Nation’s Top Defensive End Da’Quan Bowers Clemson The Ted Hendricks Foundation chose Clemson's Da'Quan Bowers as the ninth recipient of the Ted Hendricks Award. Bowers dominated the final round of voting, collecting more than 50% of the selection committee's responses. Purdue's Ryan Kerrigan was second in the balloting, while Iowa's Adrian Clayborn and J.J. Watt of Wisconsin shared third-place honors. Finalists Von Miller from Texas A&M and Jabaal Sheard from Pittsburgh also received votes. The Hendricks Award is given annually to the nation’s top defensive end. Bowers is the second ACC player to be so honored. Virginia’s Chris Long received the award in 2007. Bowers led all FBS players in 2010 with 15.5 sacks and is second only to Kerrigan in tackles for loss with 26. Bowers also captured the 2010 Bronko Nagurski Award winner, was named a unanimous firstteam All-America and was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

Burlsworth Trophy

Sean Bedford, Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech senior center Sean Bedford is the winner of the inaugural 2010 Burlsworth Trophy, given to the nation's most outstanding player who m bbegan his career as a walk-on. Bedford was recruited by only B Ivy Iv League and non-Division I schools out of Buchholz High sc School in Gainesville, Fla. With S a desire to play college football at a the highest level and a passion for fo aerospace engineering, Bedford fo chose to walk-on at Georgia Tech. After spending two years as T a scout team defensive lineman under then-coach Chan Gailey, u Bedford was moved to the offenB sive si line by current Yellow Jacket head coach Paul Johnson. serving the 2008 season as h Johnson After A the t back-up center, Bedford took over starting duties in 2009 and was named first team All-ACC in 2009 and 2010 while helping lead the Yellow Jackets to an ACC championship and h Orange Bowl appearance in 2009 and in 2010 becoming the first ACC school to lead the nation in rushing, averaging an ACC-record 323.3 yards per game. The award is named in honor of Brandon Burlsworth, former University of Arkansas walk-on and All-America offensive lineman. Without one Division 1 scholarship offer, Burlsworth walked on to the Razorback team in 1994, worked his way to being a threeyear starter and was eventually named an All-American in 1998. Burlsworth was selected in the third round with the 63rd overall pick by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1999 NFL draft, but was tragically killed in a car accident 11 days later.

FCA’s Bobby Bowden Award Christian Ponder, Florida State

Quarterback Christian Ponder was named the recipient of th the FCA’s 2010 Bobby Bowden A Award which is presented to oone college football player who bbest combines achievements on th the field, in the classroom and cconducts himself as a “faith m model” in the community. Pondder was the 9th recipient of the A Award. He was chosen over T TCU quarterback Andy Dalton aand Vanderbilt linebacker John S Stokes. Previous winners of the B Bowden Award include: Jason W Wright, Northwestern (2003); Billy lly Bajema Bajema, Oklahoma State (2004); D.J. Shockley, Georgia (2005); Carl Pendleton, Oklahoma (2006); Jacob Tamme, Kentucky (2007); Stephen McGee, Texas A&M (2008); and Colt McCoy, Texas, 2009

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2010 ACC Players of the Week Offensive Back

S7 ......................... T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina S13 ............ Marshall Williams, WR, Wake Forest S20 ........................Russell Wilson, QB, NC State S27 .................. Russell Wilson (2), QB, NC State O4..................... Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami O11 ............Anthony Allen, BB,Georgia Tech and Russell Wilson (3), QB, NC State O18................Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina O25.......................Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson N1.................... Russell Wilson (3), QB, NC State N8................... T.J. Yates (2), QB, North Carolina N15.........................EJ Manuel, QB, Florida State N22................. Ryan Williams, RB, VIrginia Tech N29......................... Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland

Offensive Line

S7 ...................... Zebrie Sanders, T, Florida State; and Sean Bedford, C, Georgia Tech; and Oday Aboushi, T, Virginia S13 ................................Joe Torchia, TE, Virginia S20 ...................Rodney Hudson, G, Florida State S27 ............................Orlando Franklin, T, Miami O4.....................Ryan McMahon, C, Florida State O11 ............. Rodney Hudson (2), G, Florida State O18.....................Brandon Washington, G, Miami O25..................................... Tyler Horn, C, Miami N1..................................Cooper Helfet, TE, Duke N8............................ Cooper Helfet (2), TE, Duke N15............................. Brandon Linder, G, Miami N22............... Brandon Washington (2), G, Miami N29............. Rodney Hudson (3), G, Florida State

Defensive Line

S7 ............................... Joe Vellano, DT, Maryland S13 ............ Luke Kuechly, MLB, Boston College S20 ...................... Izaan Cross, DE, Georgia Tech S27 .............................Nate Irving, ILB, NC State O4............................. Marcus Forston, DT. Miami O11 .......Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina and Bruce Taylor, ILB, Virginia Tech O18.....................Da’Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson O25................................ Allen Bailey, DE, Miami N1............Luke Kuechly (2), LB, Boston College N8.................Bruce Taylor (2), LB, Virginia Tech N15......... Luke Kuechly, (3), LB, Boston College N22..........Luke Kuechly (4), LB, Boston College N29............... Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State

Defensive Back

S7 ..................................Kenny Tate, S, Maryland S13 ........................... Audie Cole, OLB, NC State S20 ..........Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech S27 ................Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina O4.................... Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech O11 ......................... Brandan Bishop, S, NC State O18.........................Vaughn Telemaque, S, Miami O25...........................Antwine Perez, S, Maryland N1........................Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia and Corey Moseley, S, Virginia N8...................... DeAndre McDaniel, S, Clemson N15............ Jayron Hosley (2), CB, Virginia Tech N22..............Mario Butler, CB, Georgia Tech and Nick Moody, FS, Florida State N29..................... Antwine Perez (2), S, Maryland

Specialist

S7 .................... Dawson Zimmerman, P, Clemson S13 .................. Travis Benjamin, WR-PR, Miami S20 ........................ Scott Blair, PK, Georgia Tech S27 .....................Chris Hazley, PK, Virginia Tech O4.....................Scott Blair (2), PK, Georgia Tech O11 ......................... Greg Reid, KR, Florida State O18................Andre Ellington, RB-KR, Clemson O25................ Terence Fells-Danzer, FB, Virginia N1............................. Will Snyderwine, PK, Duke N8.....................David Wilson, KR, Virginia Tech N15................. Dustin Hopkins, PK, Florida State N22...................... T.J. Graham, KR-PR, NC State N29.......................Shawn Powell, P, Florida State

Rookie

S7 .................................Lamar Miller, RB, Miami S13 ...................... Tanner Price, QB, Wake Forest S20 .......................Mustafa Greene, RB, NC State S27 ...................... Danny O’Brien, QB, Maryland O4.................Christian Jones, OLB, Florida State O11 .................. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson O18.........................Josh Harris, RB, Wake Forest O25.................Danny O’Brien (2), QB, Maryland N1...................Danny O’Brien (3), QB, Maryland N8............................. Stephen Morris, QB, Miami N15.................Danny O’Brien (4), QB, Maryland N22...............................Lamar Miller, RB, Miami N29.................Danny O’Brien (5), QB, Maryland


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Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer Ranks Second Among NCAA Coaching Leaders

Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer ranks second among all active NCAA FBS Coaches with 240 triumphs in his 30-year coaching career. Beamer trails only Penn State’s Joe Paterno, who has 401 career wins. Paterno is the NCAA’s alltime leader, as well as its active leader. Florida State’s Bobby Bowden, who retired after the 2009 season, finished his career in 2nd place on the all-time list with 389 victories, though the NCAA recognizes only 377 triumphs. During the 2010 season alone, Beamer passed such legends of the game as Michigan’s Bo Schembechler and Ohio State’s Woody Hayes on the all-time NCAA FBS coaching wins list. Immediately ahead of him, is 8th place Lou Holtz with 249 victories at several schools including NC State, Minnesota, Notre Dame and South Carolina, and 7th-place Tom Osborne, who won 255 games at Nebraska. Career Victories - All-Time 1. Joe Paterno .....................................401 2. Bobby Bowden.............................*389 3. Paul “Bear” Bryant ........................323 4. Glenn “Pop” Warner ......................319 5. Amos Alonzo Stagg .......................314 6. LaVell Edwards ..............................257 7. Tom Osborne ..................................255 8. Lou Holtz .......................................249 9. Frank Beamer...............................240 10. Woody Hayes .................................238 11. Bo Schembechler ...........................234 12. Hayden Fry.....................................232 13. Jim Tressel .....................................229 14. Mack Brown...................................219 Chris Ault .......................................219

* Due to sanctions imposed on Florida State, the NCAA recognizes Coach Bowden with 377 career victories. Career Victories - Active Coaches 1. Joe Paterno, Penn State ..................401 2. Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ......240 3. Mack Brown, Texas .......................219 Chris Ault, Nevada .........................219 5. Steve Spurrier, South Carolina.......186 6. Brian Kelly, Notre Dame ...............180 7. Dennis Erickson, Arizona State .....173 8. Larry Blakeney, Troy .....................160 9. Bill Snyder, Kansas State ...............150 Gary Pinkel, Missouri ....................150 11. Nick Saban, Alabama .....................134 12. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech ........132 13. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma ..................129

Career Wins in Third Year

Ralph Friedgen, Md. (01-03) ...............31-8-0 Lou Holtz, NCS (72-74) ......................26-8-2 Danny Ford, Clem. (79-81)..................26-9-0 Chuck Amato, NCS (00-02)...............26-12-0 Bobby Ross, Md. (82-84)...................25-11-0 Paul Johnson, GT (08-10) ................25-14-0 Dick Crum, UNC (78-80) ..................24-10-1 Ken Hatfield, Clem. (90-92) ..............24-10-1 Tommy Bowden, Clem. (99-01) ........22-14-0 Jerry Claiborne, Md. (72-74) .............21-13-1 Chan Gailey, GT (02-04) ...................21-17-0 Randy Shannon, UM (07-09).............21-17-0

Career Wins in Fourth Year

Ralph Friedgen, Md. (01-04) .............36-14-0 Danny Ford, Clem. (79-82)................35-10-1 Bobby Ross, Md. (82-85)...................34-14-0 Chuck Amato, NCS (00-03)...............34-17-0 Lou Holtz, NCS (72-75) ....................33-12-3 Dick Crum, UNC (78-81) ..................32-12-0 Ken Hatfield, Clem (90-93) ...............32-13-1 Jerry Claiborne, Md. (72-75) .............30-15-2 Tommy Bowden, Clem. (99-02) ........29-20-0 George O’Leary, GT (95-98) .............28-21-0 Chan Gailey, GT (02-05) ...................28-22-0

Career Wins in Fifth Year

Danny Ford, Clem. (79-83)................44-11-2 Jerry Claiborne, Md. (72-76) .............41-16-2 Ralph Friedgen, Md. (01-05) .............41-20-0 Dick Crum, UNC (78-81) ..................40-16-1 Bobby Ross, Md. (82-86)...................39-19-1 Chuck Amato, NCS (00-04)...............39-23-0 Tommy Bowden, Clem. (99-03) ........38-24-0 Chan Gailey, GT (02-06) ...................38-27-0 George O’Leary, GT (95-99) .............36-25-0 Dick Sheridan, NCS (86-90) ..............34-23-2 Tommy West, Clem. (94-98) ..............31-28-0

Career Wins in Sixth Year

Danny Ford, Clem. (79-84)................51-15-2 Ralph Friedgen, Md. (01-06) .............50-24-0 Jerry Claiborne, Md. (72-77) .............49-20-2 Dick Crum, UNC (78-82) ..................48-20-1 Chuck Amato, NCS (00-05)...............46-28-0 George O’Leary, GT (95-00) .............45-28-0 Tommy Bowden, Clem. (99-04) ........44-29-0 Chan Gailey, GT (2002-07) ...............44-32-0 Dick Sheridan, NCS (86-91) ..............43-26-2 Bill Dooley, UNC (67-72)..................38-28-0 Jim Grobe, WF (01-06).....................37-35-0 Mike O’Cain, NCS (93-98)................35-34-0 Mack Brown, UNC (88-93) ...............34-34-0

Career Wins in Seventh Year

Jerry Claiborne, Md. (72-78) .............58-23-2 Danny Ford, Clem. (79-85)................57-21-2 Dick Crum, UNC (78-83) ..................56-24-1 Ralph Friedgen, Md. (01-07) .............56-31-0 Dick Sheridan, NCS (86-92) ..............52-29-3 Tommy Bowden, Clem. (99-05) ........52-33-0 George O’Leary, GT (95-01) .............52-33-0 Jim Grobe, WF (01-07) ....................46-39-0 Bill Dooley, UNC (67-73)..................42-35-0 Mack Brown, UNC (88-94) ...............42-38-0 Mike O’Cain, NCS (93-99)................41-40-0 George Welsh, UVa (82-88) ...............40-37-0 Winning Percentage - All Games 1. Frank Beamer, Va. Tech ..... 73-21-0 .777 2. Bobby Bowden, Florida State. 173-53-1 .764 3. Danny Ford, Clemson.......... 96-29-4 .760 4. Lou Holtz, NC State ............ 33-12-3 .719 5. Ken Hatfield, Clemson ........ 32-13-1 .707 6. Jim Tatum, Md. & UNC ...... 41-19-2 .677 7. Larry Coker, Miami ............. 25-12-0 .675 8. Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ... 72-37-3 .656 9. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech ...25-14-0 .641 10.Dick Sheridan, NC State ..... 52-29-3 .637 11.Dick Crum, North Carolina . 72-41-3 .633 12.Bill Murray, Duke ............... 80-45-8 .631 13,Tommy Bowden, Clemson .... 72-45-0 .615 3 Seasons Minimum

Georgia Tech’s Johnson In Select Company As ACC Head Coach After his first three seasons, Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson has recorded good numbers as the Jackets’ gridiron leader. Johnson has a 25-14 record as a head coach, and an impressive .641 winning percentage. Only 12 other ACC head coaches have had a higher winning percentage in their first three years in the ACC. After three seasons, only five other coaches have won more games than Johnson in their first three years in the league. Coaches Winning Pecentage First Three Seasons in ACC Rk.Coach, School, Yr. Rec. Pct. 1. Bobby Bowden, FSU (92-94) 33-3-1..... .905 2. Jim Tatum, MD (53-55)....27-4-1....... .859 3. Ralph Friedgen, MD (01-03) 31-8....... .795 Frank Beamer, VT (04-06) .... 31-8....... .795 5. Bill Murray, DU (53-55) ..21-6-2....... .759 6. Lou Holtz, NCS (72-74) ...26-8-2....... .750 7. Danny Ford, CL (79-81) ...... 26-9....... .743 8. Ken Hatfield, CL (90-92) .24-10-1....... .700 Dick Crum, NC (78-80) .24-10-1.........700 10. Bobby Ross, MD (82-84) .. 25-11....... .694 11. Chuck Amato, NCS (00-02) . 26-12....... .684 12. Larry Coker, UM (04-06) .. 25-12....... .676 13. Paul Johnson, (GT, 08-10)..25-14-0....... .641 14. Jerry Claiborne, MD (72-74) 21-13-1.........614 15. Tommy Bowden, CL (99-01) .. 22-14 ...... .611 16. Steve Spurrier, DU (87-89) 20-13-1... .603 17. Dick Sheridan NCS (86-88) .20-13-2....... .600 18. Bo Rein, NCS (76-78) ....20-14-1....... .586 Winning Percentage - ACC Games 1. Frank Beamer, Va. Tech ......... 49-11-0.....817 2. Bobby Bowden, FSU ........... 118-27-0... .814 3. Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ..46-11-1 ....802 4. Bill Murray, Duke ...............54-15-2 ....775 5. Danny Ford, Clemson .........44-14-1 ....754 6. Lou Holtz, NC State..............16-5-2 ....739 7. Jim Tatum, Md. & UNC........21-9-2 ....687 8. Frank Howard, Clemson .....66-30-2 ....684 9. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech ..16-8-0 ....667 10.Bo Rein, NC State ................15-8-0 ....652 11.Ken Hatfield, Clemson .......19-10-1 ....650 12.Dick Sheridan, NC State ....31-18-1 ....630 13.Bobby Ross, Md. & GT .....38-22-2 ....629 14.George Welsh, Virginia ......85-51-3 ....621

Victories - All Games 1. 2. 3. 4.

Bobby Bowden, Florida State ............ 173 George Welsh, Virginia ...................... 134 Bill Dooley, UNC & WF .............................98 Danny Ford, Clemson .......................... 96 Frank Howard, Clemson ...................... 96 6. Al Groh, Virginia.................................. 85 7. Bill Murray, Duke ................................ 80 8. Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ................... 77 Earle Edwards, NC State ...................... 77 10. Ralph Friedgen, Maryland ................... 75 11. Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ............ 73 12. Dick Crum, North Carolina.................. 72 Tommy Bowden, Clemson ................... 72 14. Bobby Ross, Md. & GT ....................... 70


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ACC Head Coaching Records ACC .............. ACC ...............ACC Head Coach, School ............Career ... Yrs ... Pct. .....at School ...Yrs .... Pct. ...Conference .. Yrs.....Pct. ......Home .... Pct. ..Road .....Pct.....Neu. *Frank Spaziani, BC ............ 16-11-0 .....(2) ... .592 ........16-11-0 .... (2) ... .592 ..............9-7-0 ....(2)... .562 ...........5-3 ... .625 ......4-4 ... .500...... 0-0 Dabo Swinney, Clem. .......... 19-15-0 .....(3) .. .558 ........19-15-0 .... (3) ... .558 ............13-9-0 ....(3)... .590 ...........8-2 ... .800 ......5-5 ... .500...... 0-1 David Cutcliffe, Duke .......... 56-52-0 .....(9) .. .518 ........12-24-0 .... (3) ... .333 ............5-18-0 ....(3)... .217 ...........3-9 ... .250 ......2-9 ... .181...... 0-0 Jimbo Fisher, FSU.................. 10-4-0 .....(1) .. .714 ..........10-4-0 .... (1) ... .714 ..............6-3-0 ....(1)... .667 ...........3-1 ... .750 ......3-1 ... .750...... 0-1 Paul Johnson, GT ............... 132-53-0 ...(14) .. .714 ........25-14-0 .... (3) ... .641 ............16-8-0 ....(3)... .667 ...........9-3 ... .750 ......7-5 ... .583...... 0-0 Randy Edsall, Conn. ............... 74-70 ...(12) ... .514 ...........0-0-0 .... (0) ... .000 ..............0-0-0 ....(0)... .000 ...........0-0 ... .000 ......0-0 ... .000...... 0-0 Al Golden, Miami ................... 27-34 .....(5) .. .442 ............0-0-0 .... (0) ... .000 ..............0-0-0 ....(0)... .000 ...........0-0 ... .000 ......0-0 ... .000...... 0-0 Everett Withers, UNC ................. 0-0 .....(0) ... .000 ............0-0-0 .... (0) .....000 ..............0-0-0 ....(0).... .000 ...........0-0 ... .000 ......0-0 ... .000...... 0-0 Tom O’Brien, NCS ............ 100-70-0 ...(14) .. .588 ........25-25-0 .... (4) ... .500 ..........24-24-0 ....(5)... .500 .........15-8 ... .652 ....9-16 ... .360...... 0-0 Mike London, UVa............... 28-13-0 .....(3) .. .682 ............4-8-0 .... (1) ... .333 ..............1-7-0 ....(1)... .142 ...........1-3 ... . 250 ......0-4 ... .000...... 0-0 Frank Beamer, VT ............ 240-118-4 ...(30) .. .668 ......198-95-2 .. (24) ... .674 ..........49-11-0 ....(4)... .816 .........23-5 ... .821 ....23-5 ... .821...... 3-1 Jim Grobe, WF ..................... 95-92-1 ...(15) .. .507 ........62-60-0 .. (10) ... .508 ..........32-48-0 ..(10)... .400 .......19-21 ... .475 ..13-27 ... .325...... 1-0 *Spaziani was credited with BC’s win over Navy in the 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl

NC State’s O’Brien Latest To Join 100-Win Club

Johnson, Beamer Among Top 18 Active Coaches in Wins Per Season

The ACC has two coaches who rank among the Top 18 active football coaches in the NCAA in wins per season with five or more seasons as a head coach. Georgia Tech’s Paul Johnson leads the way among ACC coaches, currently averaging 9.43 wins per full season. Johnson’s record puts him in 6th pplace nationally among active head coaches with five or more years of expperience. Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer (18th, 8.00) also joins Johnson among the Top 18 coaches in the nation in the NCAA’s FBS. Virginia’s Mike London has had an impressive start to his career, averaging 8 wins a season in his first three years as a head coach at FCS member Richmond and at UVa.

Average Victories per Season Current Head Football Coaches (Minimum Five Full Seasons) Pl. Name, School .........Avg. Wins/Yr 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Chris Peterson, Boise State .........12.00 Urban Meyer, Florida ..................10.40 Bob Stoops, Oklahoma ...............10.75 Mark Richt, Georgia .....................9.60 Kyle Whittingham, Utah ...............9.50 Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech .......9.43 Bronco Mendenhall, BYU ............9.33 Bobby Petrino, Arkansas...............9.14 Les Miles, LSU .............................9.00 Brian Kelly, Notre Dame ..............8.95 Joe Paterno, Penn State .................8.91 Gary Patterson, TCU .....................8.91 Steve Spurrier, South Carolina......8.86 Nick Saban, Alabama ....................8.60 Chris Ault, Nevada ........................8.42 Frank Solich, Ohio ........................8.17 Mack Brown, Texas ......................8.11 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech .....8.00 Jeff Tedford, California .................8.00 Larry Blakeney, Troy ....................8.00

Frank Spaziani

Jim Grobe

Mike London

Five Current ACC Head Football Coaches Have UVa Ties The selection by Miami of former Temple head coach Al Golden to succeed Randy Shannon as its head football coach, makes him the fifth former UVa assistant or graduate assistant coach to be a current head football coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Golden joins Boston College’s Frank Spaziani, NC State’s Tom O’Brien, Virginia’s Mike London and Wake Forest’s Jim Grobe as current ACC head coaches who have spent time as assistants or graduate assistants for the Cavaliers. Golden spent four seasons (2001-04) at Virginia as defensive coordinator under Al Groh. The Eagles’ Spaziani served as an assistant coach at Virginia under then head coach George Welsh for nine seasons (1982-90), the last five as defensive coordinator. O’Brien also served under Welsh at UVa, spending 15 seasons (1982-96) there including the last six as offensive coordinator. London served two terms at UVa under Groh, serving as defensive line coach in 2001-04 and again in 2006-07 as defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. Wake Forest head coach Jim Grobe, a 1975 Virginia graduate,who just completed his 11th season with the Deacons, lettered two seasons at UVa as a middle guard and linebacker and also spent one year as a graduate assistant coach (1975) under then Virginia head coach Sonny Randle.

Tom O’Brien

Al Golden

When NC State defeated 22nd-ranked West Virginia in the 2010 Champs Sports Bowl, it marked the 100th career victory for Wolfpack head coach Tom O’Brien. O’Brien becames the third current ACC head coach with 100 or more career triumphs joining Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer (240), who ranks 2nd among all active coaches in victories, and Georgia Tech’s Paul Johnson (132), who ranks 13th nationally among current FBS head coaches. O’Brien, who accumulated 75 wins in a 10-year stay at Boston College, won his 25th game as head coach of the Wolfpack with the win over the Mounatineers. Wake Forest head coach Jim Grobe enters the 2011 season needing five wins to reach 100 for his career. The ACC 100-Win Club Name....................Yrs. ......... W-L ...Pct. Frank Beamer, VT ...30 240-118-4 .. .668 Paul Johnson, GT ....14 .. 132-53-0 .. .714 Tom O’Brien, NCS .14 .. 100-70-0 .. .588 Jim Grobe, WF .......15 .... 95-92-1 .. .507

Florida State’s Fisher Joins Exclusive ACC Club

In his first season as Florida State’s head coach, Jimbo Fisher joined select company by posting a 10-4-0 record in his first year as a head coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Only three coaches have won 10 or more games in their first year in the ACC. Fisher is joined by Ralph Friedgen at Maryland and former head coach Jeff Jagodzinski at Boston College, who won 10 or more games in their rookie years as a head coach.


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NC State’s Tom O’Brien Latest To Coach at Multiple ACC Schools

ACC Interdivisional Records

ACC Divisional Records

2005-2010

(All Games 2005-2010) *Includes ACC Championship

* Includes Championship Game(s)

NC State’s Tom O’Brien is the fifth coach Atlantic Division ......... Record (Rnk) in Atlantic Coast Conference history to have Boston College ................*10-10 (t6th) served as a head coach of two ACC schools. Clemson .............................*9-10 (8th) O’Brien coached at Boston Florida State .......................*12-8 (3rd) College from 1997 through Maryland .............................8-10 (t9th) 2006, which included the NC State ...............................10-8 (4th) school’s first two seasons Wake Forest........................*10-9 (5th) (2005-06) of ACC memAtlantic Totals............. (.518)..*59-55 bership. Jim Tatum was the first ACC coach at two Coastal Division......................Record schools; first coached at Duke ...................................2-16 (12th) North Carolina in 1942, Georgia Tech ................... #*13-7 (2nd) then at Maryland from Miami ....................................9-9 (t6th) 1947-55 before returning North Carolina ....................8-10 (t9th) to UNC beginning in 1956 until til hi his ddeath th iin Virginia............................... 6-12 (11th) 1958. Others who have coached at two ACC Virginia Tech ...................... *17-5 (1st) schools include Bobby Ross (Md, GT), Al Coastal Totals ............ (.482)..#*55-59 Groh (WF, UVa) and Bill Dooley (UNC, WF). # Includes ACC title game vacated due Dooley actually coached at three current to NCAA sanctions ACC schools as he spent nine seasons at Virginia Tech before the Hokies joined the ACC, in between stints at UNC and Wake Forest, Beamer On Verge of Becoming winning 162 games in his career. Dooley and 10th FBS Head Coach To Win Ross are the only coaches in ACC history to 200 Games At One School be named ACC Coach of the Year at more than one school. Others who have coached Virginia Tech head football coach Frank at more than one current ACC school, though Beamer is on the verge of yet another milenot necessarily when they were in the ACC, stone in a career which now spans over 30 yyears as a head coach. include John Heisman, who coached at both H Heading into the 2011 Georgia Tech and Clemson. sseason, Beamer has w won 198 games as Coaching At More Than tthe head of Virginia’s One ACC School T Tech’s football proName, School, Yrs ..............................Record ggram. Two more wins Jim Tatum, Maryland (1947-55) ..........73-15-4 aas a Hokie will make North Carolina (1942, 56-58) ..........19-17-3 hhim only the 10th Bill Dooley, North Carolina (1967-77) 69-53-2 hhead coach in NCAA Wake Forest (1987-92).....................29-36-2 F FBS history to have Bobby Ross, Maryland (1983-86)........39-19-1 w won 200 games at one Georgia Tech (1987-91) .....................31-6-1 sschool. He becomes Al Groh, Wake Forest (1981-86) .........26-40-0 oonly the second ACC Virginia (2001-09)............................59-53-0 head coach to do so, joining former Florida Tom O’Brien, Boston College (1997-2006)75-45-0 State head coach Bobby Bowden, who actuNC State (2007-09) ..........................25-25-0 ally won 316 games as a Seminole during the 1976-2009 seasons. Beamer’s overall record in 24 seasons at Virginia Tech is 198-95-2 ACC Head Coaches at More With two more wins, he will become Than One Current ACC School (.674). only the third active FBS head coach with 200 Name, School, Yrs ............................ Record wins at one school joining Joe Paterno of Penn W.C. Riddick, NC State (1898-99) ........ 1-3-2 State (401) and Chris Ault (219) of Nevada.

Wake Forest (1889-90)....................... 3-3-0 John Heisman, Clemson (1900-03)...... 19-3-2 Georgia Tech (1904-19) ............... 102-29-7 Andy Gustafson, VT (1926-29) ......... 22-13-1 Miami (1948-63) .......................... 115-78-4 Tom Nugent, Florida State (1953-58) 34-28-1 Maryland (1959-65) ....................... 36-34-0 Jerry Claiborne, Virginia Tech (1961-70).....61-39-2 Maryland (1972-81) ...................................77-37-3 Bill Dooley, North Carolina (1967-77).........69-53-2 Virginia Tech (1978-86) ..................... 64-37-1 Wake Forest (1987-92)................... 29-36-2 Butch Davis, Miami (1995-2000) ...... 51-20-0 North Carolina (2007-10) .............. 28-23-0

200 Wins At One School Name, School ........................Years Wins .. Pct. Joe Paterno, Penn State ... 1966-** ... 401 ...746 Bobby Bowden, FSU ......... 1976-09 ... 316 ...756 LaVell Edwards, BYU ....... 1972-00 ... 257 ...716 Tom Osborne, Nebraska..... 1973-97 ... 255 . .836 Amos Alonzo Stagg, Chicago .......1892-32 ... 244 ...674 Bear Bryant, Alabama ........ 1958-82 ... 232 ...612 Chris Ault, Nevada ........... 1976-** ... 219 ...681 Woody Hayes, Ohio State .. 1951-76 ... 205 ...761 Vince Dooley, Georgia ....... 1964-88 ... 201 ...715 Frank Beamer, Va. Tech .. 1987-** ... 198 ...674 Boldfaced Denotes Active Coach

ATLANTIC DIVISION Boston College ..... Overall . Home ..Road vs. Atlantic Division.. 20-10 .... 11-4 ......9-6 vs. Coastal Division 10-10* ...... 6-3 ......4-5 Totals ....................... 30-20* .... 17-7 ..13-11 Clemson vs. Atlantic Division.. 19-11 .... 10-4 ......9-7 vs. Coastal Division .. 9-10* ...... 6-4 ......3-5 Totals ....................... 28-21* .... 16-8 ..12-12 Florida State vs. Atlantic Division.. 16-13 .... 10-6 ......6-8 vs. Coastal Division .. 12-8* ...... 4-4 ......7-3 Totals ....................... 28-21* .. 14-10 ..13-11 Maryland vs. Atlantic Division.. 13-17 ...... 8-7 ....5-10 vs. Coastal Division .... 8-10 ...... 5-4 ......3-6 Totals ......................... 21-27 .. 13-11 ....8-16 NC State vs. Atlantic Division.... 9-21 ...... 8-7 ....1-14 vs. Coastal Division .... 10-8 ...... 6-5 ......4-3 Totals ......................... 19-29 .. 14-12 ....5-17 Wake Forest vs. Atlantic Division.. 13-17 ...... 9-6 ....4-11 vs. Coastal Division .. 10-9* ...... 5-4 ......4-5 Totals ....................... 23-26* .. 14-10 .....8-16

COASTAL DIVISION Duke ..................... Overall . Home ..Road vs. Atlantic Division.... 2-16 ...... 1-8 ......1-8 vs. Coastal Division .... 3-27 .... 2-13 ....1-14 Totals ........................... 5-43 .... 3-21 ....2-22 Georgia Tech vs. Atlantic Division 13-7*# ...... 7-3 ......5-3 vs. Coastal Division .. 20-10 .... 11-3 ......9-7 Totals ....................... 33-17* .... 18-6 ..14-10 Miami vs. Atlantic Division...... 9-9 ...... 5-6 ......4-3 vs. Coastal Division .. 16-14 .... 10-6 ......6-8 Totals ......................... 25-23 .. 15-12 ..10-11 North Carolina vs. Atlantic Division.... 8-10 ...... 5-5 ......3-5 vs. Coastal Division .. 13-17 ...... 7-7 ....6-10 Totals ......................... 21-27 .. 12-12 ....9-15 Virginia vs. Atlantic Division.... 6-12 ...... 4-5 ......2-7 vs. Coastal Division .. 13-17 ...... 8-7 ....5-10 Totals ......................... 19-29 .. 12-12 ....7-17 Virginia Tech vs. Atlantic Division.. 17-5* ...... 7-1 ......7-3 vs. Coastal Division .... 25-5 .... 14-3 ....11-2 Totals ...................... 42-10* .... 21-4 ....18-5 *Includes ACC Championship Game(s) # Includes ACC title game vacated due to NCAA sanctions


Touchdowns By Return, Stadium Statistics Touchdownsrecorded Via two Returns or more returns for touchdowns led

When Virginia Tech’s Jeron Gouveia-Winslow returned an interception 24 yards for a TD in Tech’s 44-33 win over FSU in the 2010 ACC Championship Game, it marked the 118th non-offensive score by the Hokies since the 1992 season...Maryland led all ACC teams in 2010 with touchdowns off of returns, recording six this season, the most for the Terrapins since 2002...Five returning ACC players have

by Florida State CB Greg Reid (2 interceptions, 1 punt) and NC State WR T.J. Graham (2 kickoffs, 1 punt) who each have three returns for scores... Joining them are Maryland senior WR Tony Logan, Virginia Tech junior CB Jayron Hosley and Virginia Tech RB David Wilson, who have two non-offensive touchdowns each.

Non-Offensive Touchdowns (1992-2010) *Total as ACC Teams Only Team ..‘92 ‘93 ‘94 . ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 .‘98 ‘99 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 . ‘03 . ’04. ‘05 ‘06 ‘07.‘08 ‘09 ...‘10 .Tot. VT (36*) 3 ...5 ... 4 .... 9 ....2 ... 4 ....9 ...8 ....6 ...7 ... 7 .. 11 .....6.....7 ...5 ....9....5 ... 4 ..... 5 .. 118 UM (24*)5 ..1 .. 2 .... 5 ....7 ... 4 ....2 ...3 ..13 .11 ... 7 .... 9 ...10.....3 ...1 ....2....3 ... 4 ..... 4 .... 96 FSU ....... 7 ...7 ... 1 .... 1 ....7 ... 6 ....1 ...5 ....4 ...5 ... 6 .... 6 .....3.....5 ...5 ....5....6 ... 5 ..... 2 .... 87 NCS....... 6 ...0 ... 2 .... 1 ....3 ... 2 ....6 ...3 ....2 ...4 ... 9 .... 9 .....5.....2 ...4 ....3....3 ... 1 ..... 5 .... 70 NC ......... 2 ...3 ... 5 .... 1 ....5 ... 4 ....5 ...2 ....4 ...3 ... 0 .... 2 .....3.....4 ...4 ....3....6 ... 7 ..... 2 .... 65 CL ......... 3 ...0 ... 1 .... 2 ....3 ... 4 ....4 ...1 ....3 ...2 ... 2 .... 3 .....5.....1 ...6 ....4....3 ... 7 ..... 3 .... 57 WF ........ 3 ...2 ... 2 .... 0 ....1 ... 2 ....1 ...1 ....2 ...2 ... 3 .... 6 .....5.....3 ...2 ..10....3 ... 1 ..... 2 .... 51 GT ......... 1 ...1 ... 1 .... 2 ....4 ... 2 .. 11 ...1 ....4 ...2 ... 0 .... 3 .....2.....2 ...3 ....1....3 ... 4 ..... 2 .... 49 BC (23*) 1 ...0 ... 1 .... 2 ....0 ... 0 ....3 ...2 ....2 ...2 ... 3 .... 1 .....5.....2 ...6 ....4....8 ... 2 ..... 2 .... 46 UVa ....... 4 ...0 ... 6 .... 1 ....8 ... 3 ....2 ...1 ....0 ...2 ... 5 .... 2 .....2.....1 ...1 ....2....1 ... 3 ..... 2 .... 46 MD ........ 1 ...0 ... 2 .... 1 ....1 ... 1 ....3 ...4 ....3 ...3 ... 7 .... 4 .....1.....1 ...2 ....0....1 ... 4 ..... 6 .... 45 DU ......... 4 ...4 ... 6 .... 1 ....0 ... 2 ....0 ...1 ....1 ...2 ... 1 .... 1 .....4.....1 ...2 ....2....3 ... 5 ..... 1 .... 41 ACC* .. 31 .17 . 26 .. 10 ..32 . 26 ..33 .19 ..23 .25 . 33 .. 36 ...46...32 .41 ..45 45.. 47 ... 36 *601

Conference Games

Home Field W-L Records (Current Stadium - All Games)

1992 ..............17-19.............472 1993 ..............22-14.............611 1994 ..............21-15.............583 1995 ..............19-16.............543 1996 ..............23-11.............676 1997 ..............18-18.............500 1998 ..............18-16.............529 1999 ..............20-14.............588 2000 ..............20-16.............556 2001 ..............16-20.............444 2002 ..............20-16.............556 2003 ..............25-11.............694 2004 ..............24-20.............545 2005............. 27-21.............563 2006............. 28-20.............583 2007............. 28-20.............583 2008............. 28-20.............583 2009............. 27-21.............563 2010............. 26-22.............541 Totals ....... 427-330.............564

School ............. Stadium ......... Games .... W..... L.. T..Pct. Florida State .... Doak Campbell .....354 .. 263 ... 87 ...4. .748 Virginia Tech ... Lane .....................265 .. 191 ... 68 ...6. .732 Clemson .......... Memorial ...........362 .. 256 ... 99 ...7. .716 Georgia Tech ... Bobby Dodd ........639 .. 438 . 182 .19. .700 Miami .............. Miami ..................488 .. 333 . 148 ...7. .689 Orange Bowl ........... 467 .... 318 .. 142 ...7 ...688 Sun Life .................21 .... 15 ..... 6 ...0. .714 Boston College .. Alumni .................298 .. 199 ... 97 ...2. .671 NC State .......... Carter-Finley .......274 .. 172 ... 96 ...6. .638 Maryland ......... Byrd ....................320 .. 202 . 117 ...1. .632 North Carolina .. Kenan ..................453 .. 266 . 171 .16. .604 Virginia............ Scott ....................415 .. 237 . 166 .12. .585 Duke ................ Wallace Wade ......399 .. 213 . 179 ...7. .542 Wake Forest..... BB&T (Groves) ..241 .. 104 . 133 ...4. .439

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ACC Attendance Tops Four Million for 5th Straight Year

The ACC topped 4,000,000 in attendance for the fifth consecutive year in 2010, drawing 4,056,204 fans. The ACC’s average per-game attendance last year of 51,344, was the seventhhighest in its history. The ACC’s stadiums were filled to 90.7 percent of capacity, an increase from 2009 of 2.8 percent as seven of 12 schools showed attendance gains.. Virginia Tech continued its string of sellout crowds, having now drawn 66,233 fans into Lane Stadium for 81 consecutive games--the most in the Conference. School .............. G ........Total Cap% ......Avg. Boston College ..7.....268,585 ....86.2 .. 38,369 Clemson ............7.....530,500 ....92.9 .. 75,786 Duke ..................7.....201,248 ....84.7 .. 28,750 Florida State ......7.....498,890 ....86.5 .. 71,270 Georgia Tech .....6.....278,696 ....84.4 .. 46,449 Maryland ...........6.....235,007 ....72.5 .. 39,168 Miami ................6.....315,452 ....70.1 .. 52,575 North Carolina ..6.....349,500 ....97.0 .. 58,250 NC State ............6.....341,261 ....98.7 .. 56,877 Virginia..............6.....318,212 ....73.9 .. 45,459 Virginia Tech .....7.....463,631 ..100.0 .. 66,233 Wake Forest.......6.....182,843 ....96.7 .. 31,791 ACC Title Game .1.......72,379 ....98.2 .. 72,379 2010 Total ......79..4,056,204 ....90.7 .. 51,344

ACC Attendance 1990-2010 Year .... G ................Att. ..... Cap% ............Avg. 1990... 50 ......1,997,734 ........83.4 ........ 42,505 1991... 55 ......2,519,127 ........92.7 ........ 45,802 1992... 53 ......2,357,475 ........87.8 ........ 44,851 1993... 54 ......2,416,728 ........86.9 ........ 44,754 1994... 51 ......2,265,778 ........88.2 ........ 44,427 1995... 51 ......2,376,003 ........89.0 ........ 46,588 1996... 50 ......2,203,849 ........85.3 ........ 44,077 1997... 52 ......2,333,784 ........86.6 ........ 44,880 1998... 53 ......2,424,859 ........86.0 ........ 45,752 1999... 51 ......2,355,976 ........86.8 ........ 46,196 2000... 54 ......2,653,816 ........88.9 ........ 49,125 2001... 56 ......2,776,724 ........91.1 ........ 49,584 2002... 58 ......2,944,936 ........92.5 ........ 50,775 2003... 58 ......3,006,841 ........90.8 ........ 51,842 2004... 66 ......3,693,032 ........94.5 ........ 55,955 2005... 73 ......3,835,260 ........91.1 ........ 52,538 2006... 85 ......4,485,625 ........90.1 ........ 52,772 2007... 77 ......4,141,580 ........91.6 ........ 53,786 2008... 83 ......4,385.309 ........90.8 ........ 52.835 2009... 81 ......4,140,618 ........87.5 ........ 51,119 2010... 79 ......4,056,204 ........90.7 ........ 51,344

Original Original Current School ...................Stadium Name .................................... 1st Game ..............Opponent .......................Result..............Cost.. Capacity.... Capacity Boston College ......Alumni Stadium ................................... Sept. 26, 1957 .......Navy ........................... Lost 46-6.......$275,000.......26,000.........44,500 Clemson ................Memorial Stadium ............................... Sept. 19, 1942 .......Presbyterian..............Won 32-13.......$125,000.......20,000.........81,500 Duke ......................Wallace Wade Stadium ........................ Oct. 5, 1929 ..........Pittsburgh ................... Lost 52-7.......$330,266.......33,941.........33,941 Florida State ..........Doak S. Campbell Stadium.................. Oct. 7, 1950 ..........Randolph-Macon........Won 40-7.......$250,000.......15,000.........82,300 Georgia Tech ..........Bobby Dodd Stadium ............................ Sept. 27, 1913 ........Ft. McPherson ............. Won 19-0......... $15,000......... 5,600.........55,000 Maryland ...............Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium ...... Sept. 30, 1950 .......Navy .........................Won 35-21....$1,000,000.......34,680.........54,000 Miami ....................Sun Life Stadium ................................. Dec. 27, 1996........Virginia(Carquest)....Won 31-21 .$115,000,000.......74,916.........74,916 North Carolina ......Kenan Stadium..................................... Nov. 12, 1927 .......Davidson ....................Won 27-0.......$303,000.......24,000.........60,000 NC State ................Carter-Finley Stadium.......................... Oct. 8, 1966 ..........South Carolina ......... Lost 31-22....$3,700,000.......41,000.........57,583 Virginia..................Scott Stadium ....................................... Oct. 18, 1931 ........VMI ............................ Lost 18-3.......$300,000.......22,000.........61,500 Virginia Tech .........Lane Stadium ....................................... Oct. 2, 1965 ..........William & Mary ...........Won 9-7....$3,500,000.......40,000.........66,223 Wake Forest...........BB&T Field ......................................... Sept. 14, 1968 .......NC State ..................... Lost 10-6....$3,900,000.......31,500.........31,500 Boston College - Alumni; named after the alumni of the College. Clemson - Memorial; in memory of the school alumni who served in the United States military. Duke - Wallace Wade; longtime Duke head football coach for 16 seasons. Florida State - Doak S. Campbell; first president of Florida State University. Georgia Tech - Bobby Dodd; Georgia Tech head football coach for 22 years & Hugh Inman Grant, son of a Tech Board of Trustee. Maryland - H.C. Byrd and Capital One for its current corporate sponsor; Maryland head football coach for 23 seasons and University President. Miami - The stadium completed in 1987 and orginally named Joe Robbie Stadium , the former team owner of the Miami Dolphins who led the private financing campaign to build the stadium. Now named Sun Life Stadium for its current corporate sponsor, it has also been known as Joe Robbie Stadium, Dolphin Stadium, Pro Player Stadium and Landshark Stadium. North Carolina - William & Mary Kenan; parents of William Rand Kenan, Jr., a 1873 UNC graduate and international industrialist. NC State - Harry & Nick Carter; textile executives and NC State alumni and the late Raleigh philanthropist A.E. Finley. Virginia - Frederick & Frances Scott; parents of Frederic William Scott. Virginia Tech - Edward H. Lane; a graduate of the University and a former member of the Board of Visitors. Wake Forest - Stadium named Groves Stadium for Henry and Earl Groves; Gastonia textile executives; Currently the field is named BB&T Field.


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ACC Active Career Leaders Numbers in Parantheses ( ) indicate standing on all-time ACC career list

Rushing Yards 1. Montel Harris, Sr., BC (15) ............... 3,600 2. Jermaine Thomas, Sr., FSU ............... 1,798 3. Davin Meggett, Sr., MD .................... 1,515 4. Roddy Jones, Sr., GT ......................... 1,388 5. Andre Ellington, Jr., CL .................... 1,177 6. Ryan Houston, Sr., UNC .................... 1,157 7. Brandon Pendergrass, Sr., WF ........... 1,076 8. Chris Thompson, Jr., FSU..................... 965 9. David Wilson, Jr., VT ........................... 953 10. Desmond Scott, Jr., DU ........................ 792 100-Yard Rushing Games Name,Yr., School ................ Total . High .Opp 1. Montel Harris, Jr., BC (3) ... 21 ....264 NCS 2. Jermaine Thomas, Jr., FSU ... 6 ....186 NCS 3. Andre Elligton, Jr., CL.......... 4 ....166 ...GT 4. Ty Jones, Jr., FSU ................. 3 ....108 NCS 5. Josh Harris, So., WF ............. 2 ....241 ...VT Andre Williams, So., BC ...... 2 ....185 SYR David Wilson, Jr.,, VT .......... 2 ....165 MAR Desmond Scott, Jr., DU ........ 2 ....122 .. WF Lamar Miller, So., UM ......... 2 ....134 ..MD Tevin Washington, Jr., GT .... 2 ....131 ... AF 11. Roddy Jones, Jr., GT ............. 1 ....214 ...GA Ryan Houston, Sr., UNC ....... 1 ....164 .. DU Chris Thompson, Jr., FSU..... 1 ....147 SCar Brandon Pendergrass, Jr., WF ... 1 ....110 . UVa Davin Meggett, Sr., MD ....... 1 ....105 Navy Rushing Touchdowns 1. Montel Harris, Sr., BC ............................ 27 2. Jermaine Thomas, Sr., FSU .................... 18 Ryan Houston, Sr., UNC ......................... 18 4. Davin Meggett, Sr. MD .......................... 14 Andre Ellington, Jr., CL.......................... 14 6. Roddy Jones, Sr., GT .............................. 11 D.J. Adams, Sr., UM ............................... 11 8. Ty Jones, Jr. FSU .................................... 10 9. Brandon Pendergrass, Sr., WF .................. 9 David Wilson, Jr., VT ............................... 9 Total Offense 1. Jacory Harris, Sr., UM ....................... 6,249 2. Montel Harris, Sr., BC ....................... 3,600 3. Sean Renfree, Jr., DU ........................ 3,402 4. Dave Shinskie, Jr., BC ....................... 2,568 5. Danny O’Brien, So., MD ................... 2,390 6. EJ Manuel, Jr., FSU ........................... 2,044 7. Jermaine Thomas, Sr., FSU ............... 1,798 8. Davin Meggett, Sr., MD .................... 1,515 9. Tanner Price, So., WF ........................ 1,469 10. Roddy Jones, Sr., GT ......................... 1,388 Touchdown Responsibility 1. Jacory Harris, Sr., UM ............................ 55 2. Montel Harris, Sr., BC ............................ 27 3. Danny O’Brien, So., MD ........................ 23 4. Sean Renfree, Jr., DU ............................. 22 5. Dave Shinskie, Jr., BC ............................ 21 6. Jermaine Thomas, Sr., FSU .................... 18 Ryan Houston, Sr., UNC ......................... 18 8. Davin Meggett, Sr., MD ......................... 14 Andre Ellington, Jr., CL.......................... 14 10. Roddy Jones, Sr., GT .............................. 11 D.J. Adams, So., MD Passing Yards 1. Jacory Harris, Sr., UM (29) ............... 6,340 2. Sean Renfree, Jr., DU ........................ 3,461 3. Dave Shinskie, Jr., BC ....................... 2,667 4. Danny O’Brien, So., MD ................... 2,438 5. EJ Manuel, Jr., FSU ........................... 1,678 6. Tanner Price, So., WF ........................ 1,349 7. Stephen Morris, So., UM ................... 1,240 8. Chase Rettig, So., BC ........................ 1,238 300-Yard Passing Games Name, Yr., School. .............. Total .High .Opp 1. Sean Renfree, Jr., DU ........... 5 ... 358 .. WF 2. Jacory Harris, Sr., UM .......... 4 ... 386 .FSU 3. Danny O’Brien, So., MD ...... 2 ... 417 NCS 4. Tanner Price, So., WF ........... 1 ... 326 . Nvy

Passing Touchdowns 1. Jacory Harris, Sr., UM (t17) ................... 50 2. Danny O’Brien, So., MD ........................ 22 3. David Shinskie, Jr., BC ........................... 20 4. Sean Renfre, Jr., DU ............................... 18 5. Tanner Price, So., WF ............................... 7 Stephen Morris, So. UM ........................... 7 7. EJ Manuel, Jr., FSU .................................. 6 Chase Rettig, So., BC ............................... 6 9. Tahj Boyd, So., CL ................................... 4 Receptions 1. Donovan Varner, Sr., DU ...................... 146 2. Bert Reed, Sr., FSU............................... 141 3. Conner Vernon, Jr., DU......................... 128 4. Jarrett Boykin, Sr., VT .......................... 123 5. Danny Coale, Sr., VT ............................ 105 6. Kris Burd, Sr., UVa ................................. 96 7. LaRon Byrd, Sr., UM.............................. 95 8. George Bryan, Sr., NCS .......................... 93 9. Travis Benjamin, Sr., UM ....................... 90 10. Chris Givens, Jr., WF .............................. 80 Receiving Yards 1. Jarrett Boykin, Sr., VT ....................... 2,123 2. Donovan Varner, Sr., DU ................... 1,947 3. Danny Coale, Sr., VT ......................... 1,754 4. Conner Vernon, Jr, DU....................... 1,719 5. Bert Reed, Sr., FSU............................ 1,619 6. Travis Benjamin, Sr., UM .................. 1,537 7. Kris Burd, Sr., UVa ............................ 1,277 8. Chris Givens, Jr., WF ......................... 1,143 9. LaRon Byrd, Sr., UM......................... 1,129 10. George Bryan, Sr., NCS ........................ 992 100-Yard Receiving Games Name,Yr., School. ........ Total .High .. Opp 1. Jarrett Boykin, Sr., VT (T18).. 8 ... 164 ..NCS 2. Donovan Varner, Sr., DU (T26)..7 ... 174 ....WF 3. Conner Vernon, Jr., DU (T26) . 7 ... 181 ....WF 4. Dwight Jones, Sr., UNC.......4 ... 233 .. FSU 5. Chris Givens, Jr., WF ...........3 ... 159 ....DU Danny Coale, Sr., VT ...........3 ... 143 .. FSU Kris Burd, Sr., UVa ..............3 ... 119 ..VMI 8. Jheranie Boyd, Jr., UNC ......2 ... 221 .. LSU *Johnny Williams, Sr., DU ..2 ... 135 ... NW Travis Benjamin, Sr., UM ....2 ... 128 .. FSU Bert Reed, Sr., FSU..............2 ... 114 .. USF Erik Highsmith, Jr., UNC ....2 ... 113 ..ECU DeAndre Hopkins, So., CL ..2 ... 124 .....SC *Now plays CB on defense. Receiving Touchdowns 1. George Bryan, Jr., NCS .......................... 13 Jarrett Boykin, Sr., VT ............................ 13 3. Chris Givens, Jr., WF .............................. 12 4. Donovan Varner, Jr., DU ......................... 10 Travis Benjamin, Sr., UM ....................... 10 6. Taiwan Easterling, Sr., FSU ...................... 8 7. Jheranie Boyd, Jr., UNC ........................... 7 Conner Vernon, Jr., DU............................. 7 9. LaRon Byrd, Sr., UM................................ 6 Willie Haulstead, Jr., FSU ........................ 6 Kris Burd, Sr., UVa ................................... 6 All-Purpose Yards 1. Montel Harris, Sr., BC (25) ............... 4,409 2. T.J. Graham, Sr., NCS........................ 3,292 3. Travis Benjamin, Sr., UM .................. 2,533 4. Dyrell Roberts, Sr., VT ...................... 2,450 5. Conner Vernon, Jr., DU...................... 2,197 6. Jarrett Boykin, Sr., VT ....................... 2,123 7. Greg Reid, Jr., FSU ............................ 2,121 8. Jermaine Thomas, Sr., FSU ............... 2,100 9. David Wilson, Jr., VT ........................ 2,096 10. Chris Givens, Jr., WF ......................... 2,069 Roddy Jones, Sr., GT ......................... 2,069 Kickoff Return Yards 1. T.J. Graham, Sr., NCS (5) ................ 2,167 2. Dyrell Roberts, Sr., VT (29) ............. 1,429 3. Greg Reid, Jr., FSU (31) .................... 1,406 4. Orwin Smith, Jr., GT.......................... 1,005 5. Chase Minnifield, Sr., UVa ................ 1,003 6. David Wilson, Jr., VT ........................... 909 7. Chris Givens, Jr., WF ............................ 755 8. Desmond Scott, Jr., DU ........................ 739 9. Michael Campanaro, So., WF............... 679 10. Lovell Jackson, Jr., WF......................... 418

Punt Return Yards 1. Tony Logan, Sr., MD (22) ................... 709 2. Greg Reid, Jr., FSU (24) ...................... 701 3. Jayron Hosley, Jr., VT........................... 587 4. T. J. Graham, Sr., NCS.......................... 433 5. Travis Benjamin, Sr. UM ...................... 344 6. Lee Butler, Sr., DU ............................... 234 7. Chase Minnifield, Sr., UVa ................... 182 Scoring 1. Casey Barth, Sr., UNC (30) .................. 255 2. Dustin Hopkins, Jr., FSU ...................... 216 3. Montel Harris, Sr., BC .......................... 182 4. Will Snyderwine, Sr., DU ..................... 170 5. Robert Randolph, Sr., UVa ................... 145 6. Jimmy Newman, Jr., WF ...................... 134 7. Jermaine Thomas, Sr., FSU .................. 120 8. Ryan Houston, Sr., UNC ....................... 108 9. Andre Ellington, Jr., CL.......................... 96 Field Goals 1. Casey Barth, Sr., UNC ............................ 50 2. Dustin Hopkins, Jr., FSU ........................ 41 3. Will Snyderwine, Sr., DU ....................... 38 4. Robert Randolph, Sr., UVa. .................... 30 5. Jimmy Newman, Jr., WF ........................ 23 6. Nate Freese, So., BC. .............................. 22 7. Nick Ferrara, Jr., MD .............................. 18 8. Chandler Catanzaro, So., CL .................. 14 PAT 1. Casey Barth, Sr., UNC .......................... 105 2. Dustin Hopkins, Jr., FSU ........................ 93 3. Jimmy Newman, Jr., WF ........................ 65 4. Will Snyderwine, Sr., Duke .................... 56 5. Robert Randolph, Sr., UVa ..................... 44 6. Nick Ferrara, Jr., Md. .............................. 26 7. Nate Freese, So., Boston College ........... 24 Tackles 1. Luke Kuechly, Jr., BC, LB .................... 341 2. Nigel Bradham, Sr., FSU, LB ............... 219 3. Sean Spence, Sr., UM, OLB ................. 212 4. Matt Daniels, Sr., DU, S ....................... 198 5. Audie Cole, Sr., NCS, LB ..................... 168 6. Kenny Tate, Sr., MD, LB ...................... 162 7. Demetrius Hartsfield, Jr., MD, LB ....... 152 8. Charles Brown, Sr., UNC, CB .............. 151 Steve Greer, Jr., UVa, ILB .................... 151 Tackles For Loss 1. Sean Spence, Sr., UM, OLB ................ 33.0 2. Quinton Coples, Sr., UNC, DE ............ 25.5 3. Brandon Jenkins, Jr., FSU, DE ............ 24.5 4. Kyle Wilber, Sr., WF, OLB .................. 24.0 5. Luke Kuechly, Jr., BC, LB ................... 23.5 6. Cam Johnson, Sr., UVa, DE ................. 22.0 7. Marcus Robinson, Sr., UM, DE ........... 20.0 8. Audie Cole, Sr., NC, LB ...................... 18.5 9. Matt Conrath, Sr., UVa, DT ................. 17.5 10. Andre Branch, Sr., CL, DE .................. 17.0 Olivier Vernon, Jr., UM, DE ................ 17.0 Quarterback Sacks 1. Quinton Coples, Jr., UNC, DE............. 16.5 2. Brandon Jenkins, Jr., FSU, DE ............ 13.5 3. Marcus Robinson, Sr., UM, DE ........... 10.5 4. Kyle Wilber, Sr., WF, OLB .................. 10.0 5. Donte Paige-Moss, Jr., UNC, DE .......... 9.0 Audie Cole, Sr., NCS, DE...................... 9.0 7. Cam Johnson, Sr., UVa, DE ................... 8.5 J.R. Sweezy, Sr., UVa, DE ..................... 8.5 Matt Conrath, Sr., UVa, DT ................... 8.5 Interceptions 1. Chase Minnifield, Sr., UVa ..................... 10 2. Donnie Fletcher, Sr., BC ........................... 9 Jayron Hosley, Jr., VT............................... 9 4. Rashard Hall, Jr., CL................................. 8 5. Greg Reid, Jr., FSU ................................... 5 Kenny Okoro, So., WF ............................. 5 Kenny Tate, Sr., MD ................................. 5 Interception Return Yards 1. Charles Brown, Sr., UNC ..................... 193 2. Zach Brown, Sr., UNC.......................... 113 3. Chase Minnifield, Sr., UVa ................... 110 Jayron Hoseley, Jr., VT ......................... 110 5. Kenny Tate, Sr., MD ............................. 108 6. Nick Moody, Sr., FSU............................. 96 7. Greg Reid, Jr., FSU ................................. 91


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2010 ACC Statistics Final 2010 ACC Individual Statistics

Top 2010 Individual Performances

Rushing Yards per game Player, School .................... Cl. NCAA Montel Harris, BC................ JR 16 Anthony Allen, GT.............. SR 19 Damien Berry, UM.............. SR 60 Keith Payne, VA .................. SR 72 Josh Harris, WF................... FR 83 Darren Evans, VT ................ JR T94 Chris Thompson, FS ........... SO 96 Lamar Miller, UM ............... FR 99 Jamie Harper, CU ................. JR 100 Davin Meggett, MD ............. JR ---

G 12 13 12 11 11 14 14 11 13 13

Att. 269 240 190 160 126 151 134 108 197 126

Yds. 1243 1316 899 749 720 854 845 646 760 720

Total Offense Avg. 4.6 5.5 4.7 4.7 5.7 5.7 6.3 6.0 3.9 5.7

TD 8 7 5 14 7 11 6 6 7 4

Long Yds./G 72 103.6 48 101.2 42 74.9 49 68.1 87 65.5 54 61.0 90 60.4 47 58.7 63 58.5 76 55.4

Receptions per game Player, School .................... Cl. Conner Vernon, DU............. SO Leonard Hankerson, UM .... SR Torrey Smith, MD ................ JR Donovan Varner, DU ............ JR Kris Burd, VA....................... JR Dwight Jones, NC ................ JR Owen Spencer, ST............... SR DeAndre Hopkins, CU ........ FR Austin Kelly, DU ................ SR Dontrelle Inman, VA ........... SR

NCAA 24 T35 T49 T52 58 T59 T65 T81 T88 90

G 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 12 11 12

Rec. Yds. 73 973 72 1156 67 1055 60 736 58 799 62 946 60 912 52 637 47 486 51 815

TD 4 13 12 1 5 4 4 4 4 3

Long Avg./C Rec./G 70 13.3 6.08 79 16.1 5.54 80 15.7 5.15 39 12.3 5.00 76 13.8 4.83 81 15.3 4.77 60 15.2 4.62 45 12.2 4.33 37 10.3 4.27 52 16.0 4.25

Receiving Yards per game Player, School .....................Cl. NCAA Leonard Hankerson, UM .....SR 16 Torrey Smith, MD ................ JR 28 Conner Vernon, DU..............SO 29 Dwight Jones, NC ................ JR 42 Owen Spencer, ST................SR 47 Dontrelle Inman, VA ............SR 52 Kris Burd, VA....................... JR 56 Donovan Varner, DU ............ JR 81 Jarrett Boykin, VT................ JR 86 Travis Benjamin, UM .......... JR 100

G 13 13 12 13 13 12 12 12 14 13

Rec. 72 67 73 62 60 51 58 60 53 43

Yds. 1156 1055 973 946 912 815 799 736 847 743

TD Long Avg./C Yds./G 13 79 16.1 88.9 12 80 15.7 81.2 4 70 13.3 81.1 4 81 15.3 72.8 4 60 15.2 70.2 3 52 16.0 67.9 5 76 13.8 66.6 1 39 12.3 61.3 6 69 16.0 60.5 3 60 17.3 57.2

Passing Efficiency (minimum 15 attempts per game) Player, School .....................Cl. Tyrod Taylor, VT..................SR T.J. Yates, NC .......................SR Christian Ponder, FS ............SR Danny O’Brien, MD ............FR Russell Wilson, ST ............... JR Marc Verica, VA ...................SR Sean Renfree, DU ................SO Kyle Parker, CU ...................SO Jacory Harris, UM................ JR Tanner Price, WF .................FR

NCAA 13 14 25 13 44 12 45 13 62 13 76 12 81 12 86 13 88 10 --- 11

G Att. Cmp. 315 188 422 282 299 184 337 192 527 308 396 233 464 285 341 196 270 148 241 137

Int. 5 9 8 8 14 14 17 11 15 8

Pct. 59.7 66.8 61.5 57.0 58.4 58.8 61.4 57.5 54.8 56.8

Yds. 2743 3418 2044 2438 3563 2799 3131 2213 1793 1349

TD 24 19 20 22 28 14 14 12 14 7

Eff. 154.8 145.5 135.7 134.5 127.5 122.8 120.7 117.2 116.6 106.8

Total Offense per game Player, School Cl. Russell Wilson, ST ............... JR Sean Renfree, DU ................SO T.J. Yates, NC .......................SR Tyrod Taylor, VT..................SR Marc Verica, VA ...................SR Christian Ponder, FS ............SR Danny O’Brien, MD ............FR Jacory Harris, UM................ JR Kyle Parker, CU ...................SO Tanner Price, WF .................FR

NCAA 10 T33 T33 39 47 77 79 80 85 ---

G 13 12 13 14 12 12 13 10 13 11

Rush 435 -47 -77 659 -47 180 -48 27 28 120

Pass 3563 3131 3418 2743 2799 2044 2438 1793 2213 1349

Plays 670 515 501 461 438 399 368 299 388 316

Total 3998 3084 3341 3402 2752 2224 2390 1820 2241 1469

Yds./G 307.5 257.0 257.0 243.0 229.3 185.3 183.8 182.0 172.4 133.5

443 413 408 396 384 374 373 366 364 359

T.J. Yates, NC vs. FS ........................... N6 Marc Verica, VA vs. DU ...................... N6 Danny O’Brien, MD vs. ST............... N27 Russell Wilson, ST vs. VT .................. O2 Russell Wilson, ST vs. GT .................S25 T.J. Yates, NC vs. LSU ....................... S4 Russell Wilson, ST vs. BC..................O9 Russell Wilson, ST vs. Cincinnati .... S16 Russell Wilson, ST vs. MD ..............N27 Russell Wilson, ST vs. East Carolina .O16

Rushing Yardage 241 200 195 191 185 183 166

Josh Harris, WF vs. VT ....................O16 Da’Rel Scott, MD vs. East Carolina.D29 Anthony Allen, GT vs. VA..................O9 Montel Harris, BC vs. FS .................O16 Andre Williams, BC vs. Syracuse ....N27 Montel Harris, BC vs. WF ..................N6 Anthony Allen, GT vs. Georgia ........N27 Andre Ellington, CU vs. GT .............O23 165 Anthony Allen, GT vs. DU ...............N20 164 Johnny White, NC vs. William & Mary ..O30

Passing Yardage 439 T.J. Yates, NC vs. FS ..........................N6 417 Danny O’Brien, MD vs. ST..............N27 Marc Verica, VA vs. DU .....................N6 412 T.J. Yates, NC vs. LSU ....................... S4 411 T.J. Yates, NC vs. ST ........................N20 368 Russell Wilson, ST vs. GT................ S25 362 Russell Wilson, ST vs. VT..................O2 358 Sean Renfree, DU vs. WF ................ S11 351 Sean Renfree, DU vs. MD ..................O2 350 Sean Renfree, DU vs. Elon ................. S4

Receiving Yardage 239 233 224 221 198 181 178 159

Dontrelle Inman, VA vs. DU ..............N6 Dwight Jones, NC vs. FS....................N6 Torrey Smith, MD vs. ST .................N27 Jheranie Boyd, NC vs. LSU ............... S4 Dwight Jones, NC vs. VA .................O16 Conner Vernon, DU vs. WF.............. S11 Anthony Elzy, NC vs. ST .................N20 Torrey Smith, MD vs. FIU ............... S25 Chris Givens, WF vs. DU ................. S11 157 Torrey Smith, MD vs. VA .................N13

All-Purpose Yardage 287 272 257 249 242 241 239 233 214 210

Jheranie Boyd, NC vs. LSU ............... S4 Torrey Smith, MD vs. ST .................N27 Andre Ellington, CU vs. GT .............O23 Chris Givens, WF vs. DU ................. S11 Torrey Smith, MD vs. West Virginia S18 Josh Harris, WF vs. VT ....................O16 Dontrelle Inman, VA vs. DU ..............N6 Dwight Jones, NC vs. FS....................N6 Torrey Smith, MD vs. VA .................N13 Anthony Elzy, NC vs. ST .................N20

Pass Receptions 14 12 11 10

Torrey Smith, MD vs. ST .................N27 Conner Vernon, DU vs. BC ..............N13 Dwight Jones, NC vs. DU ................N27 Willie Haulstead, FS vs. NC ...............N6 Dontrelle Inman, VA vs. DU ..............N6 Devon Brown, WF vs. Navy ..............O9 Austin Kelly, DU vs. WF.................. S11 Conner Vernon, DU vs. Elon .............. S4 9 Six players tied


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2010 ACC Statistics All-Purpose Yards per game

Scoring (TDs) Player, School G TD Keith Payne, VA .....................11 .... 16 Leonard Hankerson, UM .......13 .... 13 Torrey Smith, MD ..................13 .... 12 David Wilson, VT ..................13 .... 11 Darren Evans, VT ..................14 .... 11 Jamie Harper, CU ...................13 .... 10 Montel Harris, BC..................12 ...... 9 Brandon Connette, DU...........12 ...... 8 Russell Wilson, ST .................13 ...... 9 Lamar Miller, UM ..................11 ...... 7

Pts Avg. 96 8.7 78 6.0 72 5.5 66 5.1 66 4.7 60 4.6 54 4.5 50 4.2 54 4.2 44 4.0

Scoring (Kick) Player, School ................. G Dustin Hopkins, FS ......... 14 Josh Czajkowski, ST ....... 12 Chris Hazley, VT............. 14 Will Snyderwine, DU ...... 12 Casey Barth, NC ............. 13 Travis Baltz, MD............. 13 Nate Freese, BC .............. 13 Scott Blair, GT ................ 13 Chandler Catanzaro, CU . 13 Matt Bosher, UM ............ 13

PAT 53-53 42-43 53-56 32-32 38-38 53-54 24-25 37-38 34-34 37-40

FG 22-28 20-26 21-22 21-24 19-22 14-18 22-25 15-17 14-22 13-17

Pts. Avg. 119 8.5 102 8.5 116 8.3 95 7.9 95 7.3 95 7.3 90 6.9 82 6.3 76 5.8 76 5.8

Field Goal Percentage Player, School .................... G FG FGA Pct. Chris Hazley, VT................... 14 21 22 95.5 Jimmy Newman, WF ............ 12 12 13 92.3 Scott Blair, GT ...................... 13 15 17 88.2 Nate Freese, BC ................... 13 22 25 88.0 Will Snyderwine, DU ............ 12 21 24 87.5 Casey Barth, NC ................... 13 19 22 86.4 Dustin Hopkins, FS ............... 14 22 28 78.6 Travis Baltz, MD................... 13 14 18 77.8 Josh Czajkowski, ST ............. 12 20 26 76.9 Matt Bosher, UM .................. 13 13 17 76.5

PAT Percentage Player, School .................... G Md. Att. Pct. Dustin Hopkins, FS ............ 14 53 53 100.0 Casey Barth, NC ................ 13 38 38 100.0 Robert Randolph, VA ......... 12 37 37 100.0 Chandler Catanzaro, CU .... 13 34 34 100.0 Will Snyderwine, DU ......... 12 32 32 100.0 Jimmy Newman, WF ......... 12 31 31 100.0 Travis Baltz, MD................ 13 53 54 98.1 Josh Czajkowski, ST .......... 12 42 43 97.7 Scott Blair, GT ................... 13 37 38 97.4 Chris Hazley, VT................ 14 53 56 94.6

Player, School ....................Cl. NCAA Torrey Smith, MD ................JR 37 Montel Harris, BC................JR 51 David Wilson, VT ...............SO 65 Anthony Allen, GT..............SR 73 Conner Vernon, DU.............SO --Chris Givens, WF................SO --Perry Jones, VA ...................SO --Desmond Scott, DU ............SO --Leonard Hankerson, UM ....SR --Lamar Miller, UM ...............FR ---

G 13 12 13 13 12 11 12 12 13 11

Run 7 1243 619 1316 40 63 646 530 0 646

Rec. 1055 112 234 88 973 514 224 266 1156 96

PR 0 49 0 0 0 10 45 0 0 16

KR 585 0 584 0 143 435 191 287 0 214

Yds. Yds./G 1647 126.7 1404 117.0 1437 110.5 1404 108.0 1156 96.3 1022 92.9 1106 92.2 1083 90.2 1156 88.9 972 88.4

Scoring per game Player, School ....................Cl. Keith Payne, VA ..................SR Josh Czajkowski, ST ...........SR Dustin Hopkins, FS .............SO Chris Hazley, VT.................SR Will Snyderwine, DU ...........JR Travis Baltz, MD.................SR Casey Barth, NC ..................JR Nate Freese, BC ..................FR Scott Blair, GT ....................SR Robert Randolph, VA ...........JR

NCAA 21 T28 T28 33 46 T65 T65 T80 -----

G 11 12 14 14 12 13 13 13 13 12

TD 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PAT 0 42 53 53 32 53 38 24 37 37

FG 2PAT 0 0 20 0 22 0 21 0 21 0 14 0 19 0 22 0 15 0 10 0

Pts 96 102 119 116 95 95 95 90 82 73

Pts./G 8.7 8.5 8.5 8.3 7.9 7.3 7.3 6.9 6.3 6.1

Field Goals per game Player, School .................... Cl. NCAA Will Snyderwine, DU ........... JR 7 Nate Freese, BC .................. FR 8 Josh Czajkowski, ST ........... SR 9 Dustin Hopkins, FS ............. SO 12 Chris Hazley, VT................. SR 16 Casey Barth, NC .................. JR T17 Scott Blair, GT .................... SR T56 Travis Baltz, MD................. SR T61 Chandler Catanzaro, CU ..... FR T61 Jimmy Newman, WF .......... SO T67

G 12 13 12 14 14 13 13 13 13 12

FG 21 22 20 22 21 19 15 14 14 12

FGA 24 25 26 28 22 22 17 18 22 13

LG 52 49 47 55 52 49 47 52 48 48

50+ 1 ----2 1 ----1 -----

Pct. FG/G 87.5 1.75 88.0 1.69 76.9 1.67 78.6 1.57 95.5 1.50 86.4 1.46 88.2 1.15 77.8 1.08 63.6 1.08 92.3 1.00

Punting Average Player, School .................... Cl. Matt Bosher, UM ................ SR Brian Saunders, VT ............. SR Dawson Zimmerman, CU .... JR Jimmy Howell, VA ............... JR Travis Baltz, MD................. SR Ryan Quigley, BC ................ JR Alex King, DU ..................... JR C.J. Feagles, NC.................. FR Shane Popham, WF .............. JR

NCAA 19 21 33 43 50 53 60 90 92

G 13 14 13 12 13 13 11 12 12

59 60 59 49 67 79 55 46 71

No. Yds. 2597 2639 2527 2066 2796 3282 2262 1725 2633

LG 62 66 79 58 62 71 64 51 63

FC 18 12 22 11 11 20 7 10 20

I20 19 18 19 13 23 26 21 10 13

Avg. 44.0 44.0 42.8 42.2 41.7 41.5 41.1 37.5 37.1

Kickoff Returns (minimum 1.2 returns per game) Player, School .....................Cl. NCAA....... G David Wilson, VT ................SO 27 13 Da’Norris Searcy, NC ..........SR 43 10 Raynard Horne, VA ..............SR 44 11 Michael Campanaro, WF .....FR 60 12 Greg Reid, FS.......................SO 65 14 Marcus Gilchrist, CU ...........SR 67 13 Josh Snead, DU ....................FR 93 10 Juwan Thompson, DU..........FR 97 11 B.J. Bostic, GT .....................FR --13 Torrey Smith, MD ................ JR --13

No. 22 12 23 28 31 27 22 15 28 30

Yds. 584 299 573 679 742 639 483 326 574 585

TD 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 92 45 87 53 55 76 36 33 35 33

Avg 26.5 24.9 24.9 24.2 23.9 23.7 22.0 21.7 20.5 19.5


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2010 ACC Statistics Punt Returns (minimum 1.2 returns per game) Player, School ....................Cl. Tony Logan, MD ..................JR Jayron Hosley, VT...............SO Marcus Gilchrist, CU ..........SR Greg Reid, FS......................SO Lee Butler, DU .....................JR T.J. Graham, ST ...................JR Da’Norris Searcy, NC .........SR

NCAA 3 19 27 28 31 40 45

G 13 13 13 14 12 13 10

No. 31 19 23 31 21 19 12

Yds. 560 239 233 314 181 154 93

TD 2 1 0 1 0 1 0

Long 85 80 37 74 33 87 37

Avg. 18.1 12.6 10.1 10.1 8.6 8.1 7.8

Interceptions per game Player, School .......................... Cl. Jayron Hosley, VT...............SO Chase Minnifield, VA...........JR Da’Norris Searcy, NC .........SR Donnie Fletcher, BC ............JR Davon Morgan, VT .............SR Rashad Carmichael, VT ......SR Jim Noel, BC.......................SO Brandan Bishop, ST ............SO DeAndre McDaniel, CU .....SR Mark Herzlich, BC ..............SR

NCAA 1 T5 21 T22 T38 T48 T48 T48 T48 T48

G 13 12 10 13 14 13 13 13 13 13

Int. 9 6 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

Yds. 110 80 53 49 119 87 79 54 33 17

TD 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

Long 42 65 46 19 28 68 43 39 33 12

Int./G 0.69 0.50 0.40 0.38 0.36 0.31 0.31 0.31 0.31 0.31

Tackles per game Player.......................................... Cl. NCAA Luke Kuechly, BC ....................... SO 1 Abraham Kromah, DU ................ SR 15 Colin McCarthy, UM .................. SR T21 Alex Wujciak, MD ...................... SR T37 Sean Spence, UM ......................... JR T62 Matt Daniels, DU ......................... JR 94 Kenny Tate, MD ........................... JR T95 Earl Wolff, ST ............................. SO --Kevin Pierre-Louis, BC .............. FR --Nate Irving, ST............................ SR --Nigel Bradham, FS....................... JR --Kelby Brown, DU ....................... FR --Kendall Smith, FS ....................... SR --Julian Burnett, GT....................... SO --Demetrius Hartsfield, MD .......... SO --Audie Cole, ST............................. JR --Bruce Taylor, VT......................... SO --Brad Jefferson, GT ...................... SR --Hunter Haynes, WF..................... SR --Eddie Whitley, VT ....................... JR --Ray-Ray Armstrong, UM ............ SO --Nick Moody, FS .......................... SO --Adrian Moten, MD...................... SR --Cyhl Quarles, WF ........................ JR --Davon Morgan, VT ..................... SR --DeAndre McDaniel, CU ............. SR --Terrell Manning, ST .................... SO --Kevin Reddick, NC ..................... SO --Antwine Perez, MD .................... SR --Mario Edwards, GT..................... SR --Corico Hawkins, CU ................... SO --Zach Brown, NC .......................... JR --LaRoy Reynolds, VA................... SO --Alex Frye, WF............................. SR --Kyle Wilber. WF .......................... JR --Rodney McLeod, VA.................... JR --Cameron Chism, MD ................... JR --Walt Canty, DU ........................... SO --Corey Mosley, VA ........................ JR --Bruce Carter, NC......................... SR --Patrick Egboh, DU ...................... SR --Da’Quan Bowers, CU .................. JR --Brandan Bishop, ST .................... SO --Lyndell Gibson, VT..................... SO --Mark Herzlich, BC ...................... SR --Ross Cockrell, DU ...................... FR --Steve Greer, VA........................... SO --Joe Vellano, MD.......................... SO --Dominique Reese, GT................. SR --Lee Butler, DU ............................. JR ---

G 13 12 12 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 14 9 14 13 13 13 14 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 14 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 10 12 10 13 12 10 11 12 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 12

Solo 110 47 52 43 58 46 58 53 59 46 54 20 55 42 32 49 41 49 35 55 44 44 31 45 53 43 44 48 47 38 32 47 24 38 33 25 43 24 24 34 22 40 32 34 50 37 18 24 47 32

Assist 73 82 68 74 52 47 42 42 34 46 44 43 42 47 55 37 50 35 42 25 35 35 46 26 29 33 31 26 27 30 40 25 42 17 32 29 27 39 28 23 40 27 34 32 15 23 41 39 16 26

Total 183 129 120 117 110 93 100 95 93 92 98 63 97 89 87 86 91 84 77 80 79 79 77 71 82 76 75 74 74 68 72 72 66 55 65 54 70 63 52 57 62 67 66 66 65 60 59 63 63 58

PG 14.1 10.8 10.0 9.0 8.5 7.80 7.7 7.3 7.2 7.1 7.0 7.0 6.9 6.8 6.7 6.6 6.5 6.5 6.4 6.2 6.1 6.1 5.9 5.9 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.4 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.1 5.1 5.0 5.0 4.9 4.8 4.8 4.8

Quarterback Sacks Player, Team Cl. Da’Quan Bowers, CU JR Brandon Jenkins, FS SO Quinton Coples, NC JR Steven Friday, VT SR Markus White, FS SR Cam Johnson, VA JR Donte Paige-Moss, NC SO Nate Irving, ST SR Allen Bailey, UM SR Kyle Wilber, WF JR

NCAA 1 6 T16 T43 T57 T59 T64 T64 T64 T76

G 13 14 13 14 14 12 13 13 13 12

Tot. Avg./G 15.5 1.19 13.5 0.96 10.0 0.77 8.5 0.61 8.0 0.57 6.5 0.54 7.0 0.54 7.0 0.54 7.0 0.54 6.0 0.50

Tackles for Loss Player, Team Da’Quan Bowers, CU Nate Irving, ST Brandon Jenkins, FS Sean Spence, UM Cam Johnson, VA Kyle Wilber, WF Quinton Coples, NC Max Holloway, BC Bruce Taylor, VT Steven Friday, VT

Cl. JR SR SO JR JR JR JR SO SO SR

NCAA 2 6 T11 T30 T33 T33 T39 T44 T54 T67

G 13 13 14 13 12 12 13 12 14 14

Tot. Avg./G 26.0 2.00 21.5 1.65 21.5 1.54 16.0 1.23 14.5 1.21 14.5 1.21 15.5 1.19 14.0 1.17 15.5 1.11 15.0 1.07

Passes Defended Player, School Jayron Hosley, VT Greg Reid, FS Xavier Rhodes, FS Brandon Harris, UM Ryan Hill, UM Antwine Perez, MD Rashad Carmichael, VT Ross Cockrell, DU Chase Minnifield, VA Da’Norris Searcy, NC

Cl. NCAA G Tot. Avg./G SO T5 13 17 1.31 SO 10 14 17 1.21 FR 16 14 16 1.14 JR T64 13 11 0.85 SR T64 13 11 0.85 SR T64 13 11 0.85 SR T64 13 11 0.85 FR T79 12 10 0.83 JR T79 12 10 0.83 SR T96 10 8 0.80

Fumbles Caused Player, School Cl. Kenny Tate, MD JR Matt Daniels, DU JR Kyle Wilber, WF JR Jerrard Tarrant, GT JR Steven Sylvester, GT JR Earl Wolff, ST SO Nate Irving, ST SR Malliciah Goodman, CU SO Byron Maxwell, CU SR Greg Reid, FS SO

NCAA T15 T34 T34 T58 T58 T58 T58 T58 T58 T93

G FF Avg./G 13 4 0.31 12 3 0.25 12 3 0.25 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 14 3 0.21

Fumbles Recovered Player, School Cl. Kelby Brown, DU FR Dominick LeGrande, BC JR Antwine Perez, MD SR Jerrard Tarrant, GT JR Luke Kuechly, BC SO Vaughn Telemaque, UM SO Steele Divitto, BC FR Tristan Dorty, WF JR J.R. Sweezy, ST JR Jeff Rieskamp, ST JR

NCAA 1 T10 T23 T23 T23 T23 T44 T44 T58 T58

G FR Avg./G 9 4 0.44 12 3 0.25 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 11 2 0.18 11 2 0.18 12 2 0.17 12 2 0.17


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Final 2010 ACC Team Statistics Total Offense School ...........NCAA Miami ................... 31 Georgia Tech ........ 36 Virginia................. 37 NC State ............... 39 Virginia Tech ........ 41 North Carolina ..... 51 Duke ..................... 59 Florida State ......... 60 Maryland .............. 80 Clemson ............... 88 Wake Forest........ 108 Boston College ... 109

G 13 13 12 13 14 13 12 14 13 13 12 13

Run 2372 4203 1672 1603 2782 1634 1320 2400 1796 1807 1902 1663

Pass Plays 3105 937 1091 921 3186 862 3655 1006 2850 913 3432 865 3256 872 2938 898 2791 822 2543 866 1726 762 2225 815

Total Defense Yds.Yds./P TD 5477 5.8 40 5294 5.7 40 4858 5.6 37 5258 5.2 45 5632 6.2 54 5066 5.9 37 4576 5.2 33 5338 5.9 51 4587 5.6 48 4350 5.0 36 3628 4.8 32 3888 4.8 23

Avg./G 421.3 407.2 404.8 404.5 402.3 389.7 381.3 381.3 352.8 334.6 302.3 299.1

School ......... NCAA Boston College ....13 Clemson ..............19 Miami ..................22 North Carolina ....30 NC State ..............31 Maryland .............39 Florida State ........42 Virginia Tech .......52 Georgia Tech .......64 Virginia................78 Wake Forest.......101 Duke ..................108

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 13 12 12 12

Rushing Offense School ......... NCAA Georgia Tech .........1 Virginia Tech .......23 Miami ..................30 Florida State ........39 Wake Forest.........54 Virginia................77 Clemson ..............79 Maryland .............82 Boston College ....90 North Carolina ....94 NC State ..............95 Duke ..................104

G 13 14 13 14 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 12

Att. 753 570 494 501 460 419 457 433 464 440 461 383

Yds. 4203 2782 2372 2400 1902 1672 1807 1796 1663 1634 1603 1320

G 13 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 13 13 12 13

Att. Cmp. Int. Pct. 545 319 14 58.5 489 295 19 60.3 443 262 17 59.1 425 283 9 66.6 443 240 27 54.2 389 219 10 56.3 397 250 13 63.0 343 200 5 58.3 409 230 14 56.2 351 180 19 51.3 302 166 10 55.0 168 64 7 38.1

TD 31 30 19 27 23 17 19 21 10 18 17 19

Yds./G 323.3 198.7 182.5 171.4 158.5 139.3 139.0 138.2 127.9 125.7 123.3 110.0

School .............. NCAA Boston College ...........1 NC State ...................14 Maryland ..................21 North Carolina .........22 Clemson ...................28 Florida State .............29 Virginia Tech ............64 Georgia Tech ............78 Miami .......................84 Wake Forest..............99 Virginia...................106 Duke .......................113

G TD 14 59 13 54 13 50 14 53 13 44 13 42 12 39 13 39 12 34 13 39 12 34 13 25

TDYds./G 28 281.2 14 271.3 20 265.5 19 264.0 21 238.8 27 214.7 24 209.9 24 203.6 17 195.6 13 171.2 9 143.8 9 83.9

G 14 13 12 12 12 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

Att. 402 434 480 440 484 529 465 489 546 491 480 519

Yds. 1076 1486 1618 1633 1670 1802 2183 2206 2246 2310 2444 2499

Avg. 2.7 3.4 3.4 3.7 3.5 3.4 4.7 4.5 4.1 4.7 5.1 4.8

TD Yds./G 7 82.8 12 114.3 14 124.5 10 125.6 8 128.5 12 128.7 18 155.9 25 169.7 20 172.8 24 192.5 28 203.7 26 208.2

G 13 13 12 13 14 13 14 13 13 13 12 12

Yds. 1136 1018 1107 1419 1420 1169 917 1057 865 855 914 983

Att. Cmp. Int. Pct. Yds. Avg. TD Yds./G 328 163 16 49.7 1957 6.0 9 150.5 382 205 15 53.7 2494 6.5 18 191.8 304 172 11 56.6 2309 7.6 14 192.4 365 221 8 60.5 2625 7.2 14 201.9 429 224 23 52.2 2878 6.7 19 205.6 431 259 19 60.1 2768 6.4 23 212.9 477 278 15 58.3 3150 6.6 17 225.0 406 246 9 60.6 2926 7.2 21 225.1 510 324 20 63.5 2950 5.8 14 226.9 499 270 19 54.1 2962 5.9 17 227.8 393 241 11 61.3 2858 7.3 29 238.2 329 180 8 54.7 2902 8.8 25 241.8

Avg. 33.9 32.2 31.8 31.4 26.3 26.0 25.3 25.3 25.2 24.0 22.8 18.5

School ......... NCAA Clemson ..............13 Boston College ....19 Florida State ........20 Virginia Tech .......26 Miami ..................27 NC State ..............29 Maryland .............38 North Carolina ....45 Georgia Tech .......57 Virginia................70 Duke ..................109 Wake Forest.......110

G TD 13 27 13 26 14 31 14 37 13 30 13 36 13 34 13 35 13 42 12 43 12 56 12 55

Avg. 22.7 22.6 21.7 20.9 20.6 20.5 20.4 19.9 19.7 19.0 18.3 18.2

School ...................... NCAA Maryland ........................... 3 Virginia Tech ................... 20 Clemson .......................... 29 Florida State .................... 34 Wake Forest..................... 41 NC State .......................... 44 North Carolina ................ 53 Duke ................................ 62 Virginia............................ 81 Georgia Tech ................... 97 Boston College .............. 104 Miami ............................ 105

Scoring Defense

XP 2XP DXP FG Saf. 53 1 0 21 1 53 0 0 14 0 49 0 0 21 1 53 0 1 22 0 37 1 0 13 0 37 2 0 15 0 37 0 0 11 0 38 0 0 19 0 32 1 0 21 1 36 0 0 14 0 31 0 1 12 0 24 0 0 22 0 Ret. 50 45 51 68 69 57 45 53 44 45 50 54

G 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 13 13 12 12 12

School ......... NCAA Miami ....................3 Clemson ..............22 Virginia................25 Georgia Tech .......34 Virginia Tech .......40 North Carolina ....50 Florida State ........71 NC State ..............72 Boston College ....76 Maryland .............78 Wake Forest.........92 Duke ....................96

Pts. 474 419 414 439 342 338 304 329 303 312 273 240

Kickoff Returns School ............... NCAA Virginia Tech .............38 Clemson ....................39 Virginia......................64 Duke ..........................83 Wake Forest...............86 Florida State ..............88 North Carolina ..........92 Georgia Tech .............97 Miami ......................102 NC State .................. 111 Maryland .................116 Boston College ........118

Yds. Avg. TD Yds./G 4026 4.4 21 309.7 4164 4.8 26 320.3 4203 4.8 29 323.3 4401 5.1 33 338.5 4412 5.3 33 339.4 4580 4.7 31 352.3 4952 4.9 29 353.7 5061 5.7 37 361.5 4831 5.7 39 371.6 4753 6.1 42 396.1 5168 5.8 53 430.7 5401 6.4 51 450.1

Passing Defense Yds. Avg. 3655 6.7 3256 6.7 3186 7.2 3432 8.1 3105 7.0 2791 7.2 2938 7.4 2850 8.3 2543 6.2 2225 6.3 1726 5.7 1091 6.5

Scoring Offense School ...........NCAA Virginia Tech ........ 21 Maryland .............. 29 NC State ............... 32 Florida State ......... 33 Miami ................... 67 Georgia Tech ........ 71 Virginia................. 75 North Carolina ..... 76 Duke ..................... 77 Clemson ............... 86 Wake Forest.......... 91 Boston College ... 109

Pass Plays 2950 912 2494 866 1957 874 2768 871 2926 840 2962 979 3150 1006 2878 894 2625 854 2309 784 2858 884 2902 848

Rushing Defense Avg. 5.6 4.9 4.8 4.8 4.1 4.0 4.0 4.1 3.6 3.7 3.5 3.4

Passing Offense School ...........NCAA NC State ............... 18 Duke ..................... 22 Virginia................. 25 North Carolina ..... 26 Miami ................... 43 Maryland .............. 65 Florida State ......... 68 Virginia Tech ........ 72 Clemson ............... 78 Boston College ..... 97 Wake Forest........ 114 Georgia Tech ...... 119

Rush 1076 1670 2246 1633 1486 1618 1802 2183 2206 2444 2310 2499

XP 2XP DXP FG Saf. Pts. Avg. 25 0 0 19 0 244 18.8 26 0 0 24 0 254 19.5 29 0 0 20 0 275 19.6 34 0 1 10 0 288 20.6 29 0 0 20 0 269 20.7 29 1 0 10 0 277 21.3 31 1 0 17 0 288 22.2 30 1 0 18 3 302 23.2 41 1 0 11 0 328 25.2 37 1 0 14 0 339 28.2 50 3 0 11 0 425 35.4 50 1 0 16 0 430 35.8

Punt Returns TD 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

G 13 14 13 14 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 13

Ret. 34 21 30 32 14 22 15 23 20 23 25 34

Yds. 576 261 331 318 133 205 128 188 133 134 114 154

TD 2 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1

Avg. 16.9 12.4 11.0 9.9 9.5 9.3 8.5 8.2 6.7 5.8 4.6 4.5


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Final 2010 ACC Team Statistics Turnover Margin

Net Punting School ......... NCAA Florida State ........15 Miami ..................16 Virginia Tech .......23 Clemson ..............24 Boston College ....34 Virginia................38 Maryland .............79 NC State ..............95 Duke ..................106 Georgia Tech .....114 North Carolina ..116 Wake Forest.......118

G 14 13 14 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 13 12

No. 50 59 61 63 80 50 67 62 57 43 56 75

Yds. Avg./P PR Avg. TBg 2214 44.3 143 2.9 6 2597 44.0 188 3.2 6 2639 43.3 125 2.0 9 2679 42.5 130 2.1 7 3282 41.0 162 2.0 5 2098 42.0 160 3.2 3 2796 41.7 320 4.8 5 2342 37.8 157 2.5 3 2326 40.8 288 5.1 6 1610 37.4 185 4.3 2 2150 38.4 330 5.9 2 2712 36.2 266 3.5 4

Net/P 39.0 38.8 38.3 38.2 37.8 37.6 35.5 34.3 33.6 32.2 31.8 31.5

G 14 14 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 12 13

Att. 185 180 208 186 183 183 191 182 172 171 180 192

Pct. 47.6 44.4 43.3 40.9 40.4 39.9 39.3 39.0 37.2 35.7 34.4 32.8

School ........................ NCAA

Sacks 48 42 37 34 32 29 28 22 20 19 17 12

Yds. 264 284 241 206 194 225 204 155 136 131 114 78

School NCAA Georgia Tech .....................23 Miami ................................24 Clemson ............................26 Maryland ...........................46 Virginia..............................62 Duke ..................................71 Wake Forest.......................77 Florida State ......................67 Boston College ..................84 Virginia Tech .....................86 North Carolina ................104 NC State ..........................109

Total Time 416:43 447:09 414:30 396:14 361:28 417:50 378:18 349:09 376:44 376:29 366:41 335:14

Avg./G 32:03 31:56 31:53 30:28 30:07 29:50 29:06 29:05 28:58 28:57 28:12 27:56

School ........................NCAA

Total 303 289 288 274 265 255 246 239 234 226 195 190

School ................................ G NC State ............................ 13 Miami ................................ 13 Clemson ............................ 13 Boston College .................. 13 Virginia.............................. 12 North Carolina .................. 13 Virginia Tech ..................... 14 Georgia Tech ..................... 13 Maryland ........................... 13 Duke .................................. 12 Wake Forest....................... 12 Florida State ...................... 14

Conv. 88 80 90 76 74 73 75 71 64 61 62 63 G 14 13 13 14 13 13 13 12 13 12 13 12

G 13 14 13 13 12 14 13 12 13 13 13 12 Rush 98 142 122 120 206 92 98 73 89 87 79 111

Int. Tot. Mar.Per/G 5 13 +19 1.36 10 14 +15 1.15 19 25 +8 0.62 14 22 +7 0.54 13 23 +4 0.29 9 23 +1 0.08 10 17 +0 0.00 14 23 -3 -0.23 7 27 -6 -0.46 17 23 -7 -0.58 27 36 -8 -0.62 19 28 -11 -0.92

NC State ...............................7 Miami .................................19 Virginia Tech ................... T24 Clemson .............................49 Georgia Tech ......................52 North Carolina ...................57 Maryland ............................59 Boston College ...................61 Virginia...............................75 Duke ...................................79 Florida State .......................80 Wake Forest......................111

G 13 13 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 14 12

Conv. 59 69 71 79 67 73 86 82 69 68 93 84

Att. 181 198 197 205 172 185 217 206 166 163 222 178

Pct. 32.6 34.8 36.0 38.5 39.0 39.5 39.6 39.8 41.6 41.7 41.9 47.2

G 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 14 13 14 13 13

Sacks 16 17 18 22 23 25 26 27 31 34 37 39

Yds. 82 133 118 159 147 166 201 153 200 212 265 229

NC State .............................. 4 Duke .................................. 13 Virginia Tech ..................... 19 Wake Forest....................... 36 Boston College .................. 55 Georgia Tech ..................... 66 Clemson ............................ 75 Florida State ...................... 88 North Carolina .................. 92 Maryland ......................... 112 Miami .............................. 113 Virginia............................ 118

G 13 12 14 12 13 13 13 14 13 13 13 12

No. 65 55 67 59 74 81 78 88 99 102 107 98

Yds. 473 487 582 544 661 689 718 808 757 890 893 880

Avg./G 36.4 40.6 41.6 45.3 50.8 53.0 55.2 57.7 58.2 68.5 68.7 73.3

First Downs Allowed

First Downs School .................................G NC State ............................. 13 Virginia Tech ...................... 14 Miami ................................. 13 Florida State ....................... 14 Georgia Tech ...................... 13 Virginia............................... 12 North Carolina ................... 13 Duke ................................... 12 Clemson ............................. 13 Maryland ............................ 13 Boston College ................... 13 Wake Forest........................ 12

Lost

Tot. Fum. 32 8 29 4 33 6 29 8 27 10 24 14 17 7 20 9 21 20 16 6 28 9 17 9

Penalty Yards

Time of Possession School ........................ NCAA NC State .............................16 Virginia Tech ......................18 Georgia Tech ......................21 North Carolina ...................47 Virginia...............................59 Florida State .......................65 Clemson .............................82 Duke ...................................83 Maryland ............................86 Boston College ...................87 Miami ...............................102 Wake Forest......................104

Int. 23 19 20 9 15 19 11 15 8 11 16 8

Quarterback Sacks Allowed

Quarterback Sacks School ........................NCAA Florida State ........................ 3 NC State .............................. 4 Miami .................................. 9 Virginia Tech ..................... 30 Clemson ............................ 32 North Carolina .................. 40 Maryland ........................... 47 Wake Forest....................... 75 Boston College .................. 90 Virginia.............................. 88 Georgia Tech ................... 101 Duke ................................ 113

Gained

G Fum. 14 9 13 10 13 13 13 20 14 12 13 5 12 6 13 5 13 13 12 5 13 12 12 9

3rd Down Conversions - Defense

3rd Down Conversions - Offense School ........................ NCAA Florida State .......................15 Virginia Tech ......................34 NC State .............................41 Miami .................................53 Georgia Tech ......................56 Duke ................................ T60 Clemson .............................67 North Carolina ...................70 Virginia...............................83 Maryland ............................91 Wake Forest......................104 Boston College .................107

School ........... NCAA Virginia Tech ...........1 Maryland .................4 Boston College ......22 NC State ................27 Florida State ..........40 North Carolina ......51 Wake Forest...........55 Clemson ................69 Georgia Tech .........86 Virginia................101 Miami ..................104 Duke ....................112

Pass 177 126 148 134 42 145 131 153 120 115 95 63

Pen. 28 21 18 20 17 18 17 13 25 24 21 16

Rush 84 106 92 69 115 90 95 109 88 130 132 114

Pass 120 93 105 146 93 127 128 123 140 116 131 135

Pen. 5 20 25 18 25 17 21 21 32 15 15 31

Total 209 219 222 233 233 234 244 253 260 261 278 280


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Luke Kuechly, Boston Collegee Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech Unanimous All-America Linebackerr Defensive Player of the Year Candidatee Led by All-America LB Luke Kuechly, Boston College led the nation this past year in defense against the run. BC’s stop troops allowed its opponents an average of just 82.8 yards per game on the ground. The Eagles held 7 of their 13 foes to less than 100 rushing yards and allowed no one to gain more than 141 yards rushing (Florida State) against them. The Eagles clinched their rushing defense crown by holding Nevada, the nation’s 3rd-ranked rushing offense, to 114 yards, 196 below the Wolf Pack’s average. Kuechly, a unanimous All-America selection, led the nation in tackles per game (14.1) and solo tackles per game. He now has recorded 10 or more tackles in 22 consecutive games, the longest such streak in the NCAA’s Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Kuechly is also NCAA FBS active career leader in toital tackles and solo tackles per game (13.1 avg.). Kuechly’s Tackling Streak Gm Opponent ................ Solos ..... Ast .........Tot. 1. Florida State ...................... 7 ......... 5 .........12 2. at Virginia Tech ................. 4 ......... 6 .........10 3. NC State .......................... 10 ......... 4 .........14 4. at Notre Dame ................... 7 ......... 7 .........14 5. Central Michigan .............. 7 ......... 4 .........11 6. at Virginia.......................... 8 ......... 5 .........13 7. North Carolina .................. 8 ....... 11 .........19 8. at Maryland ....................... 7 ......... 9 .........16 9. Southern California ........... 6 ....... 10 .........16 10 Weber State ....................... 5 ......... 6 .........11 11 Kent State.......................... 8 ......... 2 .........10 12. Virginia Tech ..................... 7 ......... 9 .........16 13. Notre Dame ....................... 7 ......... 7 .........14 14. at NC State ...................... 13 ......... 7 .........20 15. at Florida State ................... 6 ......... 5 .........11 16. Maryland ........................ 10 ......... 5 .........15 17. Clemson .......................... 10 ......... 4 .........14 18. Wake Forest ...................... 8 ......... 6 .........14 19. at Duke .............................. 9 ....... 12 .........21 20. Virginia ........................... 10 ......... 5 .........15 21. at Syracuse ........................ 9 ......... 1 .........10 22. Nevada .............................. 8 ......... 4 .........12

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2010 NCAA FBS Total Tackles Name, School, Yr. ...........Tackles ...... Avg. Luke Kuechly, BC, So. ........ 183 .....14.08 Mason Foster, Wash., Sr. ....... 163 .....12.54 Jamon Hughes, Memp., Sr. .... 147 .....12.25 Mario Harvey, Marsh., Sr. ..... 143 ......11.92 Archie Donald, Toledo, Sr..... 146 .....11.23

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2010 NCAA FBS Solo Tackles Name, School, Yr. .... Tackles ....... Avg. Luke Kuechly, BC, So. .........110 ...... 8.46 Mason Foster, Wash., Sr. ....... 106 ...... 8.15 Orie Lemon, Okla. St, Sr. ...... 101 ...... 7.77 Taylor Reed, SMU, So.. ........ 101 ........7.21

All-America Cornerback Led Nation in Interceptions Virginia Tech junior CB Jayron Hosley led the nation in pass interceptions and pass interceptions per game as a sophomore. Hosley had 9 interceptions and averaged 0.69 picks per game. Hosley, who also averaged 12.58 yards per punt return, was one of only two players nationally to be ranked in the nation’s Top 20 in pass interceptions (1st), passes defended (5th) and punt returns (19th). Oregon’s consensus All-America Cliff Harris was the only other player nationally to do so.

Florida State’s Reid, Rhodes Lead All Cornerback Tandems Nationally in Passes Defended The Florida State tandem of junior Greg Reid and sophomore Xavier Rhodes led all cornerbacks nationally in 2010 in passes defended. Reid finished 10th nationally in passes defended (17) with 14 pass deflections and three interceptions, while Rhodes ended the year ranked 16th nationally in passes defended (16) with 12 pass breakups and 4 pass interceptions. No other pair of cornerbacks in the nation had more passes defended than Reid and Rhodes combined (33). Only Oregon’s defensive back combo of CB Cliff Harris (23) and S John Boyett (14) had more total passes defended, but Boyett played safety, not cornerback.

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Top National Defensive Back Duos in Passes Defended Names .........................School .BU . Int. PD Harris-Boyett ............. Oregon .26....11.. 37 Reid-Rhodes ................. FSU .26......7.. 33 Hurst-Fleming............... Okla. .25......6.. 31 Hosley-Carmichael ........ VT .15....13.. 28 Silva-Bryant ............... Hawaii .15....12.. 27 Brown-Stephens ...Miami (O) .24......3.. 27

Four ACC Schools Among Top 15 In Total Defense Over the Last Seven Years Four ACC schools--led by Virginia Tech (4th), but also including Clemson (8th), Miami (10th) and Boston College (13th) rank among the Top 13 defensive teams in the nation over the past seven years. The Hokies rank fourth among all schools, allowing just 282.22 yards per game in 94 games since the start of the 2004 season, but they are joined by the Tigers (308.99), the Hurricanes (309.84) and the Eagles (312.36) in the nation’s Top 15.

Top 15 Teams Nationally Total Defense, 2004-2010 Seasons Pl. Team................... Gms ........ Avg. 1. Alabama.................. 91 .....276.90 2. Ohio State ............... 89 .....277.22 3. TCU ........................ 89 .....278.79 4. Virginia Tech ......... 94 .....282.22 5. LSU ........................ 91 .....288.29 6. Penn State ............... 88 .....295.35 7. Florida .................... 92 .....299.35 8. Clemson ................. 89 .....308.99 9. Georgia ................... 90 .....309.33 10. Miami..................... 88 .....309.84 11.Southern California . 91 .....310.22 12. Texas ....................... 90 .....311.74 13. Boston College ...... 91 .....312.36 14.Boise State .............. 79 .....315.45 15. West Virginia .......... 89 .....316.22

“Don’t Tread On Me” BC Leads Nation in Run Defense Perhaps taking their cue from the preAmerican Revolutionary War slogan which was popular in their own city, Boston College led the nation in rushing defense in 2010, allowing just 82.77 yards per game on the ground. Moreover, over the last seven years (2004-10), BC ranks 2nd nationally among all teams in the NCAA’s FBS in defense against the run, a tribute to current head coach and former defensive coordinator Frank Spaziani and current D-coordinator Bill McGovern. Top NCAA Teams In Rushing Defense (2004-2010 Seasons) Pl. School .................. Gms .......... Avg. 1. TCU ......................... 77 ......... 82.87 2. Boston College. ....... 79 ......... 91.70 3. Ohio State ................ 77 ......... 92.29 4. Texas ........................ 78 ......... 95.81 5. Alabama ................... 79 ....... 100.38 9. Virginia Tech .......... 81 ....... 110.21 19. Clemson................... 78 ....... 125.28 25. Georgia Tech .......... 79 ....... 127.78 26. Miami ...................... 76 ....... 127.79 29. Florida State ........... 79 ....... 130.54 33. North Carolina ....... 74 ....... 135.01


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Jacory Harris Miami EJ Manuel Florida State Danny O’Brien Maryland

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Sean Renfree Duke D Du Duk uk u ke

New “Young Guns” Lead ACC

This fall, no fewer than seven ACC schools will be starting quarterbacks who will be in the first year as the full-time signal caller, four others will be starting a QB who made his first start last year and only Miami has a senior QB on the roster in Jacory Harris, who has started for more than one season. Harris enters this year as the ACC’s active career leader in passing yards (6,30) and total offense (6,249) but will need to fight off a challenge from sophomore Stephen Morris to keep his job this fall. Leading this cadre of “ACC Young Guns” looking to make their mark in college football are Duke’s Sean Renfree, Florida State’s EJ Manuel and Maryland’s Danny O’Brien. Renfree threw for 3,131 yards last year; the 5th-highest total by an ACC freshman or a sophomore in his first year as a starter. Manuel has completed 67.3 percent of his passes and compiled a 4-2 record as an emergency starter for the Seminoles the past two years. O’Brien, the 2010 ACC Rookie of the Year, tossed 22 TD passes last year, the 3rd-best total by an ACC freshman.

11 ACC Student-Athletes Make Preseason Watch List For Lott IMPACT Trophy The Atlantic Coast Conference supplied more than 25 percent of all the names on the Lott Impact Trophy Preseason Watch list announced by The Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation® to honor college football’s Defensive IMPACT® Player of the Year. In all, 42 current student-athletes were named to the 2011 watch list with 11 of them coming from the Atlantic Coast Conference. The award is unique because it represents the first trophy to give equal weight to personal character as well as athletic performance from a defensive college player and is the first national college football award based on the West Coast. The Lott IMPACT Trophy® was named in honor of Ronnie Lott - a two time All-American for USC and College Football Hall of Fame inductee. Ronnie Lott went on to win four Super Bowl rings with the San Francisco 49ers, ten trips to the Pro Bowl and a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Always known as a fierce competitor, he was a leader who had IMPACT both on and off the field. Named to the watch list from the ACC were: Ray-Ray Armstrong, Junior, Safety, Miami Nigel Bradham, Junior, Linebacker, Florida State Quinton Coples, Senior, Defensive End, North Carolina Matt Daniels, Senior, Safety, Duke Jayron Hosley, Junior, Cornerback Virginia Tech Brandon Jenkins, Junior, Defensive End, Florida State Luke Kuechly, Junior, Linebacker, Boston College Matt Merletti, Senior, Safety, North Carolina Chase Minnifield, Senior, Cornerback, Virginia Sean Spence, Senior, Linebacker, Miami Kenny Tate, Linebacker, Maryland

Kenny Tate Maryland

Audie Cole NC State

Sean Spence

Kevin Reddick North Carolina

Miami

Kuechly, Tate, Cole, Spence, Reddick Lead Cadre of ACC Butkus Award Candidates Boston College LB Luke Kuechly is one of several Dick Butkus Award Candidates in the ACC this year. The Butkus Award is given to the nation’s top linebacker. Wake Forest’s Aaron Curry was the last ACC student-athlete to capture the Award, winning it after the 2007 season. Other ACC Preseason Butkus Award Candidates Include: Kenny Tate, Maryland--Former big-play, big-hitting free safety has moved to the hybrid linebacker spot in Maryland’s defense this year. Looks to duplicate last year’s All-ACC season. Sean Spence, Miami --Big-play outside linebacker led ‘Canes with 16 tackles for loss. Has the speed and play-making ability to earn national honors this fall. Leads all returning ACC players with 33 tackles for loss. Kevin Reddick, North Carolina--The leader of North Carolina’s defense from his ILB position. Was UNC’s leading tackler as a sophomore last fall. Audie Cole, NC State--Former pass-rushing outside linebacker moves into Nate Irving’s vacated MLB position and becomes the central figure in the Wolfpack’s attacking g defense.

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Jarrett Boykin Virginia g Tech

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Danny Coale Travis Benjamin Dwight Jones Virginia Tech

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Biletnikoff Candidates Making Deep Impact In ACC This year, the Atlantic Coast Conference is filled with candidates for the Fred d Biletnikoff Award. From Duke’s dangerous “V-Boys” to Virginia Tech’s own pairr of dangerous wide receivers in Jarrett Boykin and Danny Coale, play-making wide receivers can be found throughout the ACC this year. The Blue Devils’ Donovan Varner and Conner Vernon have already combined for 274 pass receptions, 3,666 yards and 17 touchdowns between them. Boykin (17.26) and d Coale (16.7) are two of the four receivers returning the league this year who have a minimum of 30 career receptions with a per-catch average of 16.7 yards or better. The other two are Miami’s Travis Benjamin (17.07) and Boston College’s Colin Larmond (20.35). North Carolina’s Dwight Jones had two receiving games of Bert Reed Florida State 198 yards or better last year, averaging 15.3 yards per catch on 62 receptions. F Florida State’s Bert Reed enters his final season with 141 career receptions, 2nd among all active ACC receivers and he has combined with teammate Taiwan Easterling for 249 receptions for 2,934 yards.


Boston College Eagles 2011 Boston College Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 25

Series Series Last Opponent .................................Record ..Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ......................Site Northwestern (ESPNU), Noon .....1-2-0 ..1961 ....1993, aL 22-21 ....Alumni Stadium (44,500) .............Chestnut Hill, Mass. at UCF (CBSSN), 8 pm.................1-0-0 ..2008 ....2008, hW 34-7 ....Bright House Networks Stadium (45,000) ..Orlando, Fla.. Duke (ACC Network), 12:30 pm...4-1-0 ..1927 ....2010, aW 21-16...Alumni Stadium (44,500) .............Chestnut Hill, Mass. Massachusetts .............................18-5-0 ..1899 ....2007, hW, 24-14..Alumni Stadium (44,500) .............Chestnut Hill, Mass. Wake Forest ................................10-6-2 ..1941 ....2010, aW 23-13...Alumni Stadium (44,500) .............Chestnut Hill, Mass. at Clemson ....................................9-9-2 ..1939 ....2010, hW 16-10.....Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500) ..Clemson, S.C.. at Virginia Tech ...........................13-6-0 ..1993 ....2010, hL 19-0 ......Lane Stadium (66,233) .................Blacksburg, Va. at Maryland ...................................5-3-0 ..1985 ....2010, hL 24-21 ....Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md.. Florida State (ESPN), 8 pm ..........4-5-0 ..1957 ....2010, aL 24-19 ....Alumni Stadium (44,500) .............Chestnut Hill, Mass. NC State ........................................5-3-0 ..1936 ....2010, aL 44-17 ....Alumni Stadium (44,500) .............Chestnut Hill, Mass. at Notre Dame (NBC), 4 pm .......9-11-0 ..1975 ....2010, hL 31-13 ....Notre Dame Stadium (80,012) .....Notre Dame, Ind.. at Miami (ABC), 3:30 pm ...........4-23-0 ..1955 ....2007, hW 28-14 ..Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ............Miami Gardens, Fla.

2010 In Review

Coach Frank Spaziani’s second year in Chestnut Hill was a tale of two seasons in one, as the Eagles became the first team in ACC history to record a five-game winning streak after suffering a five-game losing streak in the same year; finishing with a 7-6 overall record and 4-4 in the ACC, a tie for 4th place in the Atlantic Division and an invitation to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, the Eagles’ second straight berth in the San Francisco-based bowl game and its 12th consecutive bowl trip... With unanimous All-America linebacker Luke Kuechly leading the way, the Eagles led the nation in defense against the run, allowing just 82.77 yards per game on the ground...A finalist for the Nagurski and Butkus Awards, Kuechly led the nation in tackles, averaging 14.1 per game and keyed a defense which also ranked 13th nationally in total defense, 19th in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense... Offensively, BC relied on first-team All-ACC and third-team AllAmerica TB Montel Harris, who led the ACC and finished 16th nationally in rushing netting 1,243 yards despite missing the final two and half games due to a knee injury...Senior T Anthony Castonzo earned firstteam All-America honors and finished his career with a league-high 54 starts...2008 ACC Defensive Player of the Year LB Mark Herzlich, who missed all of 2009 while battling Ewing’s Sarcoma, was named, along with NC State LB Nate Irving, the ACC’s Brian Piccolo Award-winners, given annually to the Conference’s most courageous football student-athlete...G Thomas Claiborne earned Honorable Mention All-ACC honors and three Eagles earned Freshman All-America honors: PK Nate Freese, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis and WR Bobby Swigert.

Who’s Gone

Boston College loses eight starters--four each on offense and defense--including a quartet on offense of Castonzo, Clairborne, RT Rich Lapham and FB James McCluskey who had 143 starts between them... Defensively, Herzlich will be missed as will CB DeLeon Gause, DT Damik Scafe and DE Brad Newman... Also missing will be Offensive Coordinator Gary Tranquill, who retired after a distinguished career of more than 48 years in the coaching ranks.

2011 Preview

Spaziani will welcome back 16 starters, 7 on both sides of the ball, as well as PK Freese and P Ryan Quigley among 42 returning lettermen...Defensively, the Eagles will be led by the linebacker tandem of Kuechly and Pierre-Louis....The nation’s leader in tackles in 2010, Kuechly will be a strong contender for national defensive player of the year...Defensive Coordinator Bill McGovern’s unit will also be able to count on CB Donnie Fletcher (5) and SS Jim Noel (4), who combined for 9 pass interceptions and 16 defended passes last year in the secondary, and senior DT Kaleb Ramsey and junior DE Max Holloway on the defensive line...It is on offense where the Eagles could show the most improvement...New Coordinator Kevin Rogers welcomes back sophomore QB Chase Rettig, who was force-fed as a true freshman a year ago, throwing for 1,238 yards and 6 TDs in nine starts ..Harris will again be the focal point, as he enters his final season within striking distance of the ACC’s 33-year-old career rushing record (4,602) with 3,600 career yards, 15th on the all-time ACC rushing list..He will team with sophomore RB Andre Williams (481 yds) to give the Eagles a potent pair at tailback...Rettig should benefit from an improved receiver corps whcih includes TE Chris Pantale and WR’s Colin Larmond, Jr., Ifeanyi Momah, Bobby Swigert and Clyde Lee...took over and totalled 481 yards and a 4.9 per-carry average...BC’s biggest chore, though, is rebuilding its offensive line...Senior C Mark Spinney and junior T Emmett Cleary both are returning starters and are joined by senior G Nathan Richman, who started 10 games at either center or guard last fall... sophomore G Ian White, who started three games as a freshman, and junior T John Wetzel emerged from the spring as the starters.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (16) OFFENSE (7) ........................ 2010 ..Career Pos. Name............................Starts ... Starts LG Emmett Cleary, Jr. ............. 11 ..........15 C Mark Spinney, Sr. .............. 11 ..........11 TE Chris Pantale, Jr.. ............... 13 ..........26 QB Chase Rettig, So. ................. 9 ............8 TB Montel Harris, Jr. ............... 11 ..........37 WR Ifeanyi Momah, Sr. ............ 13 ..........13 WR Bobby Swigert, So............... 5 ............5 DEFENSE (7) ........................ 2010 ..Career Pos. Name............................Starts ... Starts DE Max Holloway, Jr. ............... 6 ............6 DT Kaleb Ramsey, Sr. ............... 8 ..........11 SLB Luke Kuechly, Jr. ............... 13 ..........26 WLB Kevin Pierre-Louis, So. ..... 13 ..........13 CB Donnie Fletcher, Sr. ........... 13 ..........17 SS Jim Noel, Jr. ......................... 8 ............8 FS Okechukwu Okoroha, Jr. ..... 6 ............7 SPECIALISTS (2) ................ 2010 ..Career Pos. Name ...........................Starts ... Starts PK Nate Freese, So. ................. 13 ..........13 P Ryan Quigley, Sr. ............... 13 ..........40

Starters Lost (8) OFFENSE (4) ........................ 2010 ..Career Pos. Name............................Starts ... Starts LT Anthony Castonzo. ............ 13 ..........54 RG Thomas Claiborne ............... 7 ..........34 RT Rich Lapham. ...................... 8 ..........33 FB James McCluskey ................ 7 ..........26 DEFENSE (4) ........................ 2010 ..Career Pos. Name............................Starts ... Starts DE Brad Newman .................... 10 ..........10 DT Damik Scafe ...................... 12 ..........23 SLB Mark Herzlich.................... 13 ..........41 CB DeLeon Gause ..................... 7 ..........33 SPECIALISTS (0) ................. 2010 ..Career

Quick Facts

Location ..................... Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded ..............................................1863 Enrollment .......................................14,500 President ............Rev. William P. Leahy, SJ Director of Athletics ......... Gene DeFilippo Stadium ............................ Alumni Stadium Capacity ...........................................44,500 2010 Overall Record ..............................7-6 2010 ACC Record ..................................4-4 2010 ACC Finish ....Tied 4th in Atlantic Division

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Boston College Eagles Lettermen Returning .....................42 Offensive Lettermen Returning....19 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...19 Specialists Lettermen Ret...............4 Lettermen Lost ...............................18 Offensive Lettermen Lost ..............8 Defensive Lettermen Lost ............10 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............0

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ...................1.000 % Rushing Returning .....................985 % Receiving Returning ..................861 % Receiving Yards Returning ........839 % Scoring Returning ......................900 % Kickoff Returns..........................420 % Punt Returns...............................649 % Tackles Returning ......................691 % Turnovers Forced .......................697

Numbers & Notes

1 - Boston College unanimous All-America LB Luke Kuechly led the nation in tackles in 2010, averaging 14.1 per contest. The Cincinnati, Ohio junior is also the NCAA active career leader in tackles per game, averaging 13.1 for his 26 collegiate starts. 2 - LB Kevin Pierre-Louis is one of three ACC first-year players tabbed as first-team Freshmen All-Americas in 2010 by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). Pierre-Louis ranked 2nd nationally among all freshmen in tackles per game, averaging 7.15 hits a contest to rank 9th overall in the ACC. 21 - Senior RB Montel Harris enters his final season having rushed for 100 or more yards in a game 21 times in his career. The ACC career record is 27, set by NC State’s Ted Brown during the 1975-78 seasons. Harris is tied with former FSU All-America Warrick Dunn for third place. 54 - Since joining the Atlantic Coast Conference for the 2005 season, Boston College has won 54 football games, the most in the sixyear period in the ACC with the exception of Virginia Tech, which has won 63. 82.77 - Boston College led the nation in defense against the run in 2010, allowing just 82.77 yards per game. BC held Nevada, which entered the game ranked 3rd nationally with 305 rushing yards a game to just 114 yards. 91.7 - Over the last six seasons, Boston College ranks 2nd nationally in total defense, allowing its opponents just 91.7 yards per game over a span of 79 games.


Boston College Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ....................................... Rush ....... Pass.... TDR......Total 1. Doug Flutie (1981-84) .............................. 739 ......10579.........74.....11318 2. Glenn Foley (1990-93).............................-320 ......10039.........72.......9719 3. Matt Ryan (2004-07) ................................... 58 ........9313.........65.......9371 4. Brian St. Pierre (1999-02) ......................... 314 ........5837.........49.......6151 5. Shawn Halloran (1982-86) .......................-187 ........5252.........30.......5065 6. Frank Harris (1968-70) ..............................-26 ........4555.........49.......4529 7. Derrick Knight (2000-03) ....................... 3725 ..........700.........27.......4425 8. Matt Hasselbeck (1994-97) ......................-182 ........4548.........26.......4366 9. Tim Hasselbeck (1997-00) ........................ 343 ........3890.........33.......4233 10. Paul Peterson (2003-04)............................ 159 ........3718.........29.......3877

RUSHING .................................................... Carr. ..... TDs...... Avg. ... Yards ards 1. Derrick Knight (2000-03) .......................... 708 .........25....... 5.26 ..... 3725 2. Montel Harris (2008-**).......................... 755 .........27....... 4.77 ..... 3600 3. Mike Cloud (1995-98) ............................... 614 .........25....... 5.86 ..... 3597 4. Troy Stradford (1982-86) .......................... 658 .........27....... 5.33 ..... 3504 5. William Green (1999-01) .......................... 501 .........33....... 5.94 ..... 2974 6. Andre Callender (2004-07)........................ 644 .........17....... 4.61 ..... 2967 7. Mike Esposito (1972-74) ........................... 526 .........24....... 5.25 ..... 2759 8. L.V. Whitworth (2004-07) ......................... 590 .........17....... 4.38 ..... 2583 9. Keith Barnette (1973-75)........................... 552 .........34....... 4.53 ..... 2500 10. Omari Walker (1994-97) ........................... 566 .........32....... 4.37 ..... 2471

PASSING YARDAGE ...................... Comp-Att........ Pct. ...... TD ........Yards 1. Doug Flutie (1981-84) ................. 677-1271....... .532 .........67.........10579 2. Glenn Foley (1990-93)................. 704-1275....... .552 .........72.........10039 3. Brian St. Pierre (1999-02) .............. 457-803....... .569 .........48...........5837 4. Shawn Halloran (1983-86) ............. 416-723....... .575 .........30...........5252 5. Matt Ryan (2004-07) .................... 807-1346....... .599 .........56...........9313 6. Frank Harris (1968-70) .................. 366-655....... .558 .........44...........4555 7. Matt Hasselbeck (1994-97) ............ 390-701....... .556 .........22...........4548 8. Tim Hasselbeck (1998-00) ............. 278-501....... .554 .........29...........3890 9. Mark Hartsell (1993-95) ................ 349-608....... .574 .........25...........3763 10. Paul Peterson (2003-04)................. 305-502....... .607 .........28...........3718

RECEPTIONS.........................................Yards......... TD ....... Avg........Rec. 1. Pete Mitchell (1991-94)........................2388........... 20 ......12.57........ 190 2.Rich Gunnell (2006-09) ...........................2459........... 18 ......13.59........ 181 3.Mark Chmura (1987-91) ..........................2046........... 11 ......12.48........ 164 4.Brandon Robinson (2005-08) ..................2023........... 10 ......14.35........ 141 5.Tom Waddle (1985-88) ............................1965............. 6 ......14.14........ 139 6. Andre Callender (2004-07)...................1217............. 4 ........8.82........ 138 7. Grant Adams (2001-04) ........................2036........... 14 ......14.86........ 137 8. Darren Flutie (1984-87)........................2000........... 14 ......14.93........ 134 9. Kelvin Martin (1983-86) ......................2337........... 28 ......17.57........ 133 10. Dedrick Dewalt (1998-01)....................1959........... 20 ......15.55........ 126

RECEIVING YARDAGE ......................Recp......... TD............ Avg. .....Yards 1. Rich Gunnell (2006-09) .......................181..........18........... 13.59 .......2459 2. Pete Mitchell (1991-94) .......................190..........20........... 12.57 .......2388 3. Kelvin Martin (1983-86) ......................133..........28........... 17.57 .......2337 4. Brian Brennan (1980-83) .....................115..........14........... 18.96 .......2180 5. Mark Chmura (1987-91) ......................164..........11........... 12.48 .......2046 6. Grant Adams (2001-04) .......................137..........14........... 14.86 .......2036 7. Brandon Robinson (2005-08) ..............141..........10........... 14.35 .......2023 8. Darren Flutie (1984-87) .......................134..........14........... 14.93 .......2000 9. Tom Waddle (1985-88) ........................139............6........... 14.14 .......1965 10. Dedrick Dewalt (1998-01) ...................126..........20........... 15.55 .......1959

SCORING ............................................................................................ Points 1.Steve Aponavicius (2006-09) .................................................................. 290 2. Brian Lowe (1986-89) ......................................................................... 262 3. John Matich (1996-99) ........................................................................ 243 4. William Green (1999-01) .................................................................... 216 5. Troy Stradford (1982-86) .................................................................... 216 6. Fred Steinfort (1972-75) ...................................................................... 215 7.Keith Barnette (1973-75) ........................................................................ 206 8. Kelvin Martin (1983-86) ..................................................................... 194 9. Omari Walker (1994-97) ..................................................................... 192 10. Sandro Sciortino (2000-03) ................................................................. 190

2011 Alphabetical Roster

*Denotes Letters Earned R-Denotes Redshirt Year No. Name .......................... Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. .......................... Hometown 45 Mehdi Abdesmad ..........DE 6-6 260 Fr. ... Montreal, Quebec, Canada 83 * Alex Amidon ...............WR 5-11 186 So. ....................Greenfield, MA 87 *** Lars Anderson............... TE 6-3 240 Sr.-R ........... Winter Springs, FL 95 Dominic Appiah ...........DT 6-5 285 Fr.-R .....................Somerset, NJ 21 Manny Asprilla ............ DB 5-10 170 Fr. .......................... Everett, MA 67 Seth Betancourt ............OT 6-6 305 Fr.-R .................... Riverside, NJ 55 Kieran Borcich..............DL 6-3 265 Fr. ..................... Bronxville, NY 8 Josh Bordner ................ QB 6-4 219 Fr.-R .................Sykesville, MD 74 Dave Bowen .................OL 6-6 256 Fr. ............................Radnor, PA 54 ** Nick Clancy ..................LB 6-3 235 Jr.-R .....................Plainfield, IL 77 ** Emmett Cleary ..............OT 6-7 300 Jr.-R ....... Arlington Heights, IL 14 * Johnathan Coleman .....WR 6-4 214 So.-R ....................... Bronx, NY 9 Shane Cranmore .......... QB 6-4 205 Fr.-R ............. West Suffield, CT 52 Steven Daniels ..............LB 6-0 225 Fr. ......................Cincinnati, OH 82 Jarrett Darmstatter ........ TE 6-4 228 Fr.-R ..................... Barnegat, NJ 39 Ted Davenport ............. DB 6-2 204 Fr.-R .................... Medway, MA 60 Bryan Davis ................. OG 6-3 280 So.-R ...........Lithia Springs, GA 49 * Steele Divitto ................LB 6-3 220 So. ..................... Ridgefield, CT 34 Sean Duggan.................LB 6-4 215 Fr. ......................Cincinnati, OH 91 * Kasim Edebali ..............DE 6-2 248 So.-R ......... Hamburg, Germany 30 Donte Elliott ................WR 6-0 193 Jr.-R ..................... Houston, TX 7 Curtric Evans ...............WR 6-0 173 Fr. ......................Hollywood, FL 28 * Rolandan Finch.............RB 5-10 201 So. ................... New Albany, IN 57 ** Sean Flaherty ................ LS 6-2 204 Jr.-R ................... Loveland, OH 4 *** Donnie Fletcher ............CB 6-1 200 Sr. ...................... Cleveland, OH 84 Alex Foxen ................... TE 6-4 245 Jr. .......Cold Spring Harbor, NY 85 * Nate Freese ..................... K 6-0 180 So.-R ..............Strongsville, OH 36 Connor Galligan ...........LB 6-1 210 Fr.-R ....................Wenham, MA 59 Andy Gallik .................... C 6-3 287 Fr.-R ............Evergreen Park, IL 79 Paul Gaughan ...............OL 6-6 280 Fr. ........................ Dunmore, PA 72 * Mike Goodman Jr. ........OT 6-6 319 Jr.-R .........................Miami, FL 2 *** Montel Harris ...............RB 5-10 200 Sr. ....................Jacksonville, FL 56 ** Max Holloway ..............DE 6-2 250 Jr.-R ............................ Lutz, FL 42 Alex Howell ................ K/P 6-2 185 Fr. ......................... Florence, SC 37 Hampton Hughes .........WR 6-3 200 Jr.-R .........................Dallas, TX 39 Mike Javorski ...............RB 5-7 167 Jr. ........................ LaGrange, IL 6 * C.J. Jones ..................... DB 5-11 173 So. ...................Wilmington, DE 25 Joshua Keyes ............... DB 6-1 205 Fr. ........................ Chatham, NY 20 Tahj Kimble ..................RB 5-11 199 Fr.-R .......Fernandina Beach, FL 70 Aaron Kramer ...............OT 6-7 289 Fr.-R ....................Duxbury, MA 40 ** Luke Kuechly ...............LB 6-3 235 Jr. ......................Cincinnati, OH 1 ** Colin Larmond Jr. .......WR 6-3 210 So.-R .................. Whippany, NJ 35 Andre Lawrence ...........LB 6-1 225 So.-R .................... Hartford, CT 17 ** Clyde Lee.....................WR 6-0 193 Jr.-R .............Missouri City, TX 71 Dan Lembke .................OL 6-5 282 Fr. ......................New Lenox, IL 26 *** Dominick LeGrande ......SS 6-3 215 Sr. ..................Staten Island, NY 32 * Gerald Levano ................. P 6-2 210 Jr.-R ...............Massapequa, NY 48 Nick Lifka.....................LB 6-2 235 Fr. ........................Naperville, IL

No. 5 38 16 * 29 66 99 80 3 *** 61 93 * 89 * 58 23 ** 27 ** 97 ** 81 ** 53 18 24 * 78 46 *** 92 * 96 *** 11 * 98 43 75 ** 47 65 * 15 ** 41 37 69 * 13 10 * 19 50 ** 36 76 73 62 * 44 * 33 *** 9 64 90 33

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Name .......................... Pos. Al Louis-Jean Jr. .......... DB Paul Maglio ..................RB Mike Marscovetra........ QB James McCaffrey ......... DB Eddie Meredith .............OL Brian Mihalik ...............DL Brian Miller .................. TE Ifeanyi Momah ............WR Matt Murphy.................DL Bryan Murray ...............DT Mike Naples ................. TE Victor Nelson ................OL Jim Noel ...................... DB Okechukwu Okoroha .....FS Conor O’Neal ...............DT Chris Pantale................. TE C.J. Parsons ..................DE Shakim Phillips............WR Kevin Pierre-Louis .......LB Liam Porter ...................OL Ryan Quigley ...............P/K Dillon Quinn .................DT Kaleb Ramsey...............DT Chase Rettig ................ QB Max Ricci .....................DL Ameer Richardson ....... DB Nathan Richman .......... OG Spenser Rositano ......... DB Jaryd Rudolph...............DT Dave Shinskie .............. QB Jake Sinkovec ...............LB Michael Sodic ................. K Mark Spinney ................. C Christian Suntrup ......... QB Bobby Swigert .............WR Sean Sylvia .................. DB Will Thompson .............LB Danny Traeger .............. FB Bobby Vardaro ............. OG John Wetzel...................OT Ian White ..................... OG Andre Williams.............RB Dan Williams ................DE Dominique Williams.... DB Harris Williams............ OG Connor Wujciak ............DL Zach Wolfe ...................RB

Ht. 6-0 5-9 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-7 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-6 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-8 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-3 5-10

Wt. 172 190 210 185 291 233 215 240 240 293 240 300 186 205 286 248 236 203 221 310 189 299 295 210 330 185 300 200 287 220 230 178 282 205 180 200 235 230 316 303 288 216 248 200 307 250 190

Cl. .......................... Hometown Fr. .......................Brockton, MA Fr.-R ......................Mequon, WI Jr. .......................... Oakland, NJ Fr.-R ................Winchester, MA Fr. .....................Aurora, Ontario Fr. .....................Avon Lake, OH Fr. ................................ Andover Sr.-R .................Greenlawn, NY Fr.-R ........... West Roxbury, MA Jr.-R ........................ Olney, MD So.-R ................Branchburg, NJ Fr. .......................Park Ridge, IL Jr. .......................... Everett, MA Jr.-R .................... Lanham, MD Jr. ............................ Valrico, FL Jr.-R .........................Wayne, NJ Fr.-R ........................ Dover, MA So. .........................Paterson, NJ So. ........................ Norwalk, CT Fr. ........................... Natick, MA Sr. .....................Little River, SC So.-R ...................Elmsford, NY Sr. ......................Uniontown, PA So. .................Sierra Madre, CA Fr. .......................... Groton, MA Fr. ................. Collingswood, NJ Sr.-R .................. N. Easton, MA Fr. ......................... Ashburn, VA So. ..................... Plympton, MA Jr. ....................... Kulpmont, PA So.-R ....................... Bristol, WI Sr. ................................Joliet, IL Sr.-R ................... Westford, MA Fr. ....................... St. Louis, MO So. ..................... Louisville, OH Fr.-R ................ Dartmouth, MA Sr.-R .................. Jersey City, NJ So. .................... Saint Paul, MN Fr.-R .......... North Reading, MA Jr. ....................... Pittsburgh, PA So.-R .................... Conway, NH So. ................ Schnecksville, PA Sr.-R ................ Cambridge, MA Fr.-R ...................Brockton, MA Fr.-R ..........................Lynn, MA Fr. ..................West Orange, NY Fr. ...................... New York, NY


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(Penn State ‘69) Record: at Boston College: 16-11 (.592), 2 Years Overall: 16-11 (.592), 2 Years Born: April 1, 1947 Named Boston College’s 34th head coach on January 13, 2009, longtime Eagle assistant Frank Spaziani has guided the Eagles to winning campaigns and bowl berths in his first two seasons at the helm in Chestnut Hill. Spaziani’s first BC team--picked by the media to finish last in the Atlantic Division in its annual pre-season ACC Kickoff poll--earned a second-place Atlantic finish, an 8-5 overall record and a berth in the 2009 Emerald Bowl. His 2010 club led the nation in defense against the run and was the first in ACC history to win five straight games after losing five straight in the same season, posting a 7-6 mark and gaining a berth in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. That he accomplished this in his first two years as a head coach was impressive. That he did it without the services of the ACC’s 2008 Defensive Player of the Year--Mark Herzlich--who sat out the 2009 season recuperating from cancer and with a starting a true freshman quarterback in 2009 and 2010--was nothing short of remarkable. Under Spaziani’s guidance, LB Luke Kuechly was named a unanimus All-America as a sophomore after leading the nation in tackles and tailback Montel Harris enters his final collegiate season having rushed for more yards (3,600) than any other junior in ACC history. Though a first-year head coach when named, Spaziani was far from a newcomer to BC. The 2010 season was Spaziani’s 14th year on the BC coaching staff, having spent his first two seasons as the Eagles’ running backs coach and the next 10 as defensive coordinator. Under Spaziani’s leadership, the Eagles consistently fielded one of the top defenses in college football. Over the past six years--a span of 79 games--BC ranks 2nd nationally among all teams in defense against the run, allowing just 91.7 yards a game on the ground. In 2008, the Eagles ranked in the top 10 in the nation in seven defensive categories. In 2007 Spaziani’s defense ranked second in the nation and led the ACC in rushing defense, allowing just 75.5 yards per game, as the Eagles posted an 11-3 record, their first 11-win season since 1940. Spaziani was credited with BC’s 25-24 win over Navy in the 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl as he served as interim Head Coach following the departure of Tom O’Brien. Spaziani joined the BC coaching staff after three seasons with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. During his coaching tenure at Calgary, he served two seasons as the defensive coordinator. Prior to his coaching stint at Calgary, he served as the defensive coordinator for two years with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Spaziani spent nine years as a member of the Virginia coaching staff, where he was defensive coordinator for his last five seasons in Charlottesville, after having been defensive backs coach for the first four. Spaziani has been a member of coaching staffs for teams that have reached 21 bowl games. A 1969 graduate of Penn State, he was a star defensive end on the Nittany Lions teams that tied Florida State in the 1967 Gator Bowl and defeated Kansas in the 1969 Orange Bowl. He began his coaching career in 1969 as a graduate assistant to Joe Paterno at Penn State. After three years as an assistant high school coach, he became head coach at Hempstead (N.Y.) High School in 1973, and, a year later, at Raritan (N.J.) High. He joined head coach George Welsh as an offensive assistant at the U.S. Naval Academy in 1975 and went with Welsh from Annapolis to Virginia in 1982. Frank and his wife, the former Laura Heikel, are the parents of three children, Joseph and twins Avery and Andrew.

Spaziani by the Numbers Year School................AP .. USA ..ACC .. Finish ......All 2006 Boston College ........................................... *1-0-0 2009 Boston College ....................... 5-3 ....2ndA .. 8-5-0 2010 Boston College ....................... 4-4 ..T4thA .. 7-6-0 Boston College: 1 Year ..... (.562) ..... 9-7 ... (.592)16-11-0 Overall Record: 1 Year .... (.562) ..... 9-7 ... (.592)16-11-0 Versus ACC Schools: vs. Clemson ................................................. 1-1 vs. Duke ....................................................... 1-0 vs. Florida State ........................................... 1-1 vs. Maryland ................................................ 1-1 vs. North Carolina ....................................... 0-1 vs. NC State ................................................. 1-1 vs. Virginia................................................... 2-0 vs. Virginia Tech .......................................... 0-2 vs. Wake Forest............................................ 2-0

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Head Coach ...................... Years W L T Joseph Waters ........... (1) 1893 3 3 0 William Nagle........... (1) 1894 1 6 0 Joseph Lawless ......... (1) 1895 2 4 2 Frank Carney ............ (1) 1896 5 2 0 John Dunlop ............. (4) 1897-99, 1901 16 16 2 Arthur White ............. (1) 1902 0 7 1 Joe Reilly .................. (1) 1908 2 4 2 Charles McCarthy..... (1) 1909 3 4 1 Jim Hart .................... (1) 1910 0 4 2 Joseph Courtney ....... (1) 1911 0 7 0 William Joy............... (2) 1912-1913 6 7 2 Stephen Mahoney ..... (2) 1914-1915 8 8 0 Charles Brickley ....... (2) 1916-1917 12 4 0 Frank Morrissey ....... (1) 1918 5 2 0 Frank Cavanaugh ...... (8) 1919-1926 48 14 5 D. Leo Daley ............ (1) 1927 4 4 0 Joe McKenney .......... (7) 1928-1934 44 18 3 Harry Downes........... (1) 1935 3 2 0 Gil Dobie .................. (3) 1936-1938 16 6 5 Frank Leahy .............. (2) 1939-1940 20 2 0 Denny Myers ............ (7) 1941-42, 46-50 35 27 4 Moody Sarno ............ (3) 1943-1945 11 7 1 Mike Holovak ........... (9) 1951-1959 49 29 3 Ernie Hefferle ........... (2) 1960-1961 7 12 1 Jim Miller ................. (6) 1962-1967 34 24 0 Joe Yukica ............... (10) 1968-1977 68 37 0 Ed Chlebek ............... (3) 1978-1980 12 21 0 Jack Bicknell .......... (10) 1981-1990 59 55 1 Tom Coughlin ........... (3) 1991-1993 21 13 1 Dan Henning............. (3) 1994-1996 16 19 1 Tom O’Brien........... (10) 1997-2006 75 45 0 Jeff Jagodzinski ........ (2) 2007-2008 20 8 0 *Frank Spaziani ........ (2) 200916 11 0 *Coach of record in 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. Head Coach ...................... Years W 1. Jeff Jagodzinski ............. 2007-08 11 2. Tom O’Brien.................. 2005-06 10 3. Frank Spaziani ............... 2009-10 9 (Based on Winning Percentage) BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach................Bowls W L Tom O’Brien .................... (8) 7 1 Jack Bicknell .................... (4) 2 2 Frank Spaziani ................. (3) 1 2 Tom Coughlin .................. (2) 1 1 Jeff Jagodzinski ................ (2) 1 1 Dan Henning .................... (1) 1 0 Frank Leahy ..................... (1) 1 0 Denny Myers.................... (1) 0 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Pct .500 .143 .375 .714 .500 .063 .375 .438 .167 .000 .438 .500 .750 .714 .754 .500 .700 .600 .685 .909 .561 .605 .623 .375 .586 .648 .364 .517 .614 .458 .625 .714 .592

Pct .688 .625 .562

Pct .875 .500 .333 .500 .500 1.000 1.000 .000

- EAGLES ASSISTANT COACHES Dave Brock (Salisbury State ‘94) ...................................................................Tight Ends Jeff Comissiong (Maine ‘97) ...................................................................Defensive Line Mike Dawson (UMass-Amherst ‘97)........................................................ Special Teams Ryan Day (New Hampshire ‘02) ............................................................Wide Receivers Sean Devine (Colby College ‘94) ............................................................ Offensive Line Bill McGovern (Holy Cross ’85) .......................... Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Kevin Rogers (William & Mary ‘74) .................... Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Mike Siravo (Boston College ‘97) ..................Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Backs Ben Sirmans (Boston College ‘98) ..........................................................Running Backs

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Boston College 2010 Statistics 2010 Boston College Results (7-6, 4-4 ACC) BC Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att. AP USA AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO S4 ......W, 38-20 ...Weber State 34,168 188 223 411 12-23-2 3 104 277 381 29-47-1 3 S11 ....W, 26-13 ...Kent State 35,122 87 218 305 19-30-1 2 4 201 205 23-37-3 5 S25 .......L, 0-19 ...Virginia Tech 42,317 70 180 250 16-32-2 3 106 237 343 16-21-1 1 O2.......L, 13-31 ...Notre Dame 44,500 5 265 270 27-47-2 2 112 203 315 24-45-1 3 O9.......L, 17-44 ...at NC State 56,859 99 173 272 11-32-3 3 75 347 422 41-56-2 2 O16.....L, 19-24 ...at Florida State 75,301 16 17 171 95 266 9-24-0 0 141 170 311 19-31-3 4 O23.....L, 21-24 ...Maryland 36,078 96 189 285 18-33-2 3 43 179 222 26-39-0 0 O30....W, 16-10 ...Clemson 37,137 168 136 304 9-17-1 1 86 176 262 21-39-2 3 N6......W, 23-13 ...at Wake Forest 29,465 165 133 298 12-16-2 2 69 218 287 19-31-4 5 N13....W, 21-16 ...at Duke 21,420 126 230 356 12-24-0 2 4 307 311 37-54-0 2 N20....W, 17-13 ...Virginia 39,263 218 152 370 10-19-1 1 125 296 421 34-53-1 1 N27......W, 16-7 ...at Syracuse 42,191 205 110 315 11-20-1 1 91 147 238 15-24-1 1 J9 ........L, 13-20 ...Nevada 41,063 13 15 64 121 185 14-34-2 2 114 192 306 20-33-1 3 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl at AT&T Park (San Francisco, Calif.) TEAM STATISTICS................BC OPP SCORING ................................. 240 254 Points Per Game..................... 18.5 19.5 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 195 233 Rushing ..................................... 79 69 Passing ...................................... 95 146 Penalty....................................... 21 18 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1663 1076 Yards gained rushing ............. 1995 1370 Yards lost rushing .................... 332 294 Rushing Attempts .................... 464 402 Average Per Rush ..................... 3.6 2.7 Average Per Game................ 127.9 82.8 TDs Rushing ............................. 10 7 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 2225 2950 Comp-Att-Int.................180-351-19 324-510-20 Average Per Pass ...................... 6.3 5.8 Average Per Catch .................. 12.4 9.1 Average Per Game................ 171.2 226.9 TDs Passing............................... 13 14 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 3888 4026 Total Plays ............................... 815 912 Average Per Play ...................... 4.8 4.4 Average Per Game................ 299.1 309.7 KICK RETURNS................. 54-983 49-972 PUNT RETURNS ................ 25-114 28-162 INT RETURNS .................... 20-313 19-189 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 18.2 19.8 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 4.6 5.8 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 15.6 9.9 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 16-6 19-13 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 74-661 69-596 Average Per Game.................. 50.8 45.8 PUNTS-Yards .................... 80-3282 67-2829 Average Per Punt .................... 41.0 42.2 Net punt average .................... 37.8 39.9 TOP/Game ............................ 28:58 31:02 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 63/192 82/206 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 33% 40% 4TH-DOWN Conv. .................... 4/6 7/14 4th-Down Pct ......................... 67% 50% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 20-136 31-200 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 1 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 25 26 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 22-25 24-28 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-1 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 33-41 33-39 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 13-41 15-39 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 24-25 26-26 ATTENDANCE .................. 268585 225236 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/38369 5/45047 Neutral Site Games ....................... 1/41063

RUSHING ................ Att. Montel Harris .............269 Andre Williams ............95 Sterlin Phifer ................17 James McCluskey ..........5 Alex Amidon ..................6 Dave Shinskie ..............12 Chase Rettig .................36 TEAM ..........................12 Mike Marscovetra ........12 Total.......... .................464 Opponents...... ...........402 PASSING........Cmp. Chase Rettig ....... 100 Dave Shinskie ...... 46 Mike Marscovetra 34 TEAM .................... 0 Bobby Swigert ....... 0 Total.......... ......... 180 Opponents...... ... 324

Yds. TD Lg. Avg. 1243 8 72 4.6 461 2 59 4.9 101 0 33 5.9 25 0 9 5.0 17 0 11 2.8 -25 0 10 -2.1 -43 0 10 -1.2 -52 0 0 -4.3 -64 0 0 -5.3 1663 10 72 3.6 1076 7 42 2.7

Att. Int. Pct. TD Yds. 195 9 51.3 6 1238 96 6 47.9 5 618 58 4 58.6 2 369 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 351 19 51.3 13 2225 510 20 63.5 14 2950

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Bobby Swigert ......... 39 504 4 63 12.9 Chris Pantale ............ 31 338 1 32 10.9 Ifeanyi Momah ......... 19 296 3 40 15.6 Montel Harris ........... 18 112 1 36 6.2 Clyde Lee ................. 17 185 1 31 10.9 Alex Amidon ............ 16 338 2 67 21.1 Johnathan Coleman .. 14 260 0 44 18.6 Lars Anderson .......... 10 71 0 30 7.1 Sterlin Phifer .............. 5 35 1 22 7.0 Andre Williams .......... 4 15 0 11 3.8 James McCluskey ...... 3 32 0 21 10.7 Jordon McMichael ..... 3 30 0 18 10.0 Shakim Phillips .......... 1 9 0 9 9.0 Total.......... ............. 180 2225 13 67 12.4 Opponents...... ....... 324 2950 14 59 9.1 PUNTING ............. No. Ryan Quigley ........... 79 TEAM ........................ 1 Total.......... ............... 80 Opponents...... ......... 67

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 3282 71 0 41.5 0 0 1 0.0 3282 71 1 41.0 2829 76 0 42.2

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Montel Harris ..................9 49 0 26 5.4 DeLeon Gause.................8 34 0 10 4.2 Bobby Swigert ................6 25 0 10 4.2 Chris Fox.........................2 6 0 7 3.0 Total.......... ....................25 114 0 26 4.6 Opponents...... ..............28 162 2 72 5.8 KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Chris Fox.................. 15 281 0 30 18.7 DeLeon Gause.......... 13 274 0 47 21.1 Andre Williams .......... 8 119 0 26 14.9 Bobby Swigert ........... 7 163 0 40 23.3

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Shakim Phillips .......... 4 Alex Amidon .............. 4 Billy Flutie ................. 1 Luke Kuechly ............. 1 Ryan Lindsey ............. 1 Total.......... ............... 54 Opponents...... ......... 49

63 68 0 0 15 983 972

SCORING ...................TD Nate Freese...................... 0 Montel Harris .................. 9 Bobby Swigert ................ 4 Ifeanyi Momah ................ 3 Andre Williams ............... 2 Alex Amidon ................... 2 Clyde Lee ........................ 1 Chris Pantale ................... 1 DeLeon Gause................. 1 Sterlin Phifer ................... 1 Jim Noel .......................... 1 Total.......... .................... 25 Opponents...... .............. 26

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

20 24 0 0 15 47 43

15.8 17.0 0.0 0.0 15.0 18.2 19.8

FGs PAT 22 24 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 22 24 24 26

Pts. 90 54 24 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 240 254

TACKLES ....................... Solo Luke Kuechly .....................110 Kevin Pierre-Louis ...............59 Mark Herzlich ......................50 Donnie Fletcher....................43 Kaleb Ramsey ......................23 Max Holloway .....................24 Wes Davis ............................26 Jim Noel ...............................27 Chris Fox..............................19 Alex Albright .......................18 Damik Scafe .........................21 Dominick LeGrande.............15 Okechukwu Okoroha ...........17 DeLeon Gause......................22 Brad Newman ......................17 Steele Divitto .........................9 Will Thompson.....................13 C.J. Jones ...............................6 Kasim Edebali ........................7 Dillon Quinn ..........................4 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Donnie Fletcher............... 5 Jim Noel .......................... 4 Mark Herzlich ................. 4 Luke Kuechly .................. 3 Alex Albright .................. 1 Chris Fox......................... 1 DeLeon Gause................. 1 Wes Davis ....................... 1 Total.......... .................... 20 Opponents...... .............. 19

Yds. 49 79 17 31 22 12 66 37 313 189

Ast. 73 34 15 13 16 12 10 9 14 12 9 12 10 5 8 11 3 10 6 7 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2

Tot. 183 93 65 56 39 36 36 36 33 30 30 27 27 27 25 20 16 16 13 11 Lg. 19 43 12 31 22 12 66 37 66 52


Clemson Tigers 2011 Clemson Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent .................................Record ..Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ......................Site Troy (ESPN3.com), 3:30 pm ................ First Meeting .......................Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500) ..Clemson, S.C. Wofford (ESPN3.com), 3:30 pm ..10-3-0 ..1896 ....2001, hW 38-14 ..Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500).. Clemson, S.C. Auburn (ABC), Noon .................11-34-2 ..1899 ....2010, aL 27-24 (ot) Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500).. Clemson, S.C. Florida State ................................7-17-0 ..1945 ....2010, aL 16-13 ....Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500).. Clemson, S.C. at Virginia Tech .........................17-12-1 ..1900 ....2007, hL 41-23 ....Lane Stadium (66,233) .................Blacksburg, Va. Boston College................................9-9-2 ..1939 ....2010, aL 16-10.......Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500).. Clemson, S.C. at Maryland ...............................31-26-2 ..1952 ....2010, hW 31-7 ....Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) College Park, Md. North Carolina .........................34-19-1 ..1897 ....2010, aL 21-16 ....Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500) ..Clemson, S.C. at Georgia Tech .........................49-25-2 ..1898 ....2010, hW 27-13 ..Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)......Atlanta, Ga. Wake Forest ..............................58-17-1 ..1933 ....2010, aW 30-10...Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500) ..Clemson, S.C. at NC State ................................51-27-1 ..1899 ....2010, hW 14-13 ..Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ....Raleigh, N.C. at South Carolina ......................65-39-4 ..1896 ....2010, hL 31-26 ....Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250) ........ Columbia, S.C.

2010 In Review

You could probably forgive Clemson third-year head coach

Dabo Swinney for wondering what might have been in 2010 as the Tigers, beset by injury and inexperience on offense, lost six games by nine or fewer points, en route to a 6-7 overall mark and a 4-4 ACC record... Despite the handicaps, which included losing top rusher Andre Ellington to a mid-season toe injury, and injuries which reduced the effectiveness of QB Kyle Parker, Swinney led the Tigers to their third straight postseason bowl appearance in his two-plus years at the helm, and the Tigers were only a record-breaking 55-yard field goal away from a share of the Atlantic Division title...Clemson’s scoring defense, led by unanimous All-America DE Da’Quan Bowers, ranked 13th nationally...Bowers, who led the nation with 15.5 QB sacks, was named National Defensive Player of the Year and winner of the FWAA’s Bronko Nagurski Award....He was also honored as the nation’s top defensive end and winner of the Ted Hendricks Award...Bowers was one of four Tigers to earn first-team All-ACC honors; he was joined by DT Jarvis Jenkins, S DeAndre McDaniel and T Chris Hairston... McDaniel earned 3rd-team All-America honors and ended his career with 15 interceptions, tied for 14th in ACC history...Ellington earned Honorable Mention All-America honors despite missing most or all of the Tigers’ final 5 games...He rushed for 686 yards, a sparkling 5.8 per-play average, and 10 TDs...Versatile senior TB Jamie Harper topped the 1,000-yard mark in rushing (760) and receiving (328), totalling 10 TDs...Parker, the 26th overall pick in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft, threw for 2,212 yards and 12 TDs...WR DeAndre Hopkins garnered thirdteam Freshman All-America honors and was 8th in the ACC in receptions per game (4.33) with 52 total catches.

Who’s Gone

The Tigers only lose nine starters--but six of them were on defense and combined for 171 starts including Bowers, who opted for the NFL Draft a year early...Gone are three members of the defensive secondary in McDaniel and CBs Marcus Gilchrist and Byron Maxwell, as well as run-stuffing DT Jarvis Jenkins and LB Brandon Maye...On offense, only three starters are missing, Parker, All-ACC T Chris Hairston and versatile RB Jamie Harper. Hairston and Harper were NFL draftees, as were Bowers, Jenkins, Maxwell and Gilchrist.

2011 Preview

Swinney welcomes back 46 returning lettermen and 15 starters, 8 on offense, but only 5 on defense... Offensively, the Tigers feature a new fast-paced scheme, implemented by new coordinator Chad Morris, who comes to Clemson after designing a Tulsa attack that finished 5th nationally in total offense...Sophomore QB Tajh Boyd, a talented pass and run threat, emerged from spring as the starter... Ellington, who missed spring drills recovering from a toe injury which required surgery, will return in the fall to give the Tigers a proven, game-breaking threat... The receiver corps will have a veteran look as well with WRs DeAndre Hopkins (52 catches), Jaron Brown (34 grabs), Marquan Jones (21) and Bryce McNeal (19) all returning...2nd-team AllACC TE Dwayne Allen (33 catches) ranked 3rd among all ACC tight ends last fall...Clemson’s offensive line should continue to be a strength with four of five starters returning in G Antoine McClain, T Landon Walker, G David Smith and C Dalton Freeman and they will be joined by T Phillip Price....Defensively, the Tigers will have some work to do, but a pair of seniors in DE Andre Branch and DT Brandon Thompson return to anchor the defensive line, where they will be joined by senior DT Rennie Moore and junior DE Malliciah Goodman...... Only one starter returns at linebacker in junior LB Corico Hawkins, who is the team’s leading returning tackler with 73 hits, but both sophomore LB Quandon Christian (31 tackles) and junior LB Jonathan Willard (29 hits) saw extensive action last year and emerged from spring as starters...All-America candidate FS Rashard Hall, who has 8 career interceptions, returns to lead a rebuilt secondary that includes CBs Xavier Brewer and Coty Sensabaugh and S Jonathan Meeks...Inconsistent placekicking plagued the Tigers again last fall, but sophomore Chandler Catanzaro did make 6 of his final 7 FG attempts... Clemson’s punting, though, will be in the capable hands of senior P Dawson Zimmerman, a two-year starter who finished 3rd in the ACC (42.7).

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (15)

Offense (8) .......................... 2010 ...Career Pos Name.......................Starts .....Starts C Dalton Freeman, Jr. ....... 22 ...........22 RG Antoine McClain, Sr. .... 27 ...........27 LG David Smith, Sr. ............ 11 ...........11 RT Landon Walker, Sr. ........ 25 ...........35 TE Dwayne Allen, Jr. .......... 13 ...........19 FB Chad Diehl, Sr. .............. 10 ...........17 WR Jaron Brown, Jr. ............ 10 ...........10 WR DeAndre Hopkins, So. .... 8 .............8 Defense (5).......................... 2010 ...Career Pos Name.......................Starts .....Starts DE Andre Branch, Sr........... 13 ...........13 DT Brandon Thompson, Sr. 11 ...........25 LB Corico Hawkins, Jr. ....... 13 ...........14 CB Xavier Brewer, Jr. ......... 10 ...........10 S Rashard Hall, Jr. ............ 12 ...........19 Specialists (2) ..................... 2010 ...Career Pos Name.......................Starts .....Starts PK Chris Catanzaro, So. ..... 13 ...........13 P Dawson Zimmerman, Sr. . 13 ...........27

Starters Lost (9)

Offense (3) .......................... 2010 ...Career Pos Name.......................Starts .....Starts LT Chris Hairston. .............. 12 ...........23 QB Kyle Parker ................... 13 ...........27 RB Jamie Harper ................... 7 ...........10 Defense (6).......................... 2010 ...Career Pos Name.......................Starts .....Starts DE Da’Quan Bowers ........... 13 ...........30 DT Jarvis Jenkins ................ 12 ...........38 LB Brandon Maye................. 8 ...........33 FS DeAndre McDaniel .......... 12 ...........34 CB Marcus Gilchrist............ 13 ...........28 CB Byron Maxwell ............... 8 .............8

Clemson Tigers Lettermen Returning .....................46 Offensive Lettermen Returning....21 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...21 Specialist Lettermen Ret. ...............4 Lettermen Lost ...............................24 Offensive Lettermen Lost ............10 Defensive Lettermen Lost ............13 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............1

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ......................130 % Rushing Returning .....................509 % Receiving Returning ..................683 % Receiving Yards Returning ........824 % Scoring Returning ......................769 % Kickoff Returns..........................339 % Punt Returns...............................296 % Tackles Returning ......................593 % Turnovers Forced .......................550

NUMBERS & NOTES

1 - Sophomore WR DeAndre Hopkins’ 52 catches last year as a freshman were the most in Clemson history by a first-year player. 6 - The number of Clemson players named to the ACC’s 2010 All-Academic Football Team including 2011 returnees G Mason Cloy, G Dalton Freeman, S Rashard Hall, WR Jaron Brown and P Dawson Zimmerman. 6.33 -The per-carry average for Clemson junior RB Andre Ellington for his career. Ellington has 186 career carries for 1,177 yards and 14 TDs. His 6.33 percarry average is second-highest in the ACC among returnees who have more than 1,000 carer rushing yards (Georgia Tech’s Roddy Jones, 7.43). 8 - The national ranking of Clemson’s 2011 recruiting class by Rivals.com and ESPN.com. Scout.com ranked the class of 2011 recruits recruits 13th-best in the nation.

Specialists (0) ..................... 2010 ...Career Pos Name.......................Starts .....Starts

10 - The number of Clemson’s 2011 opponents that were in post-season bowl games including defending national champion Auburn (BCS Championship Game).

Quick Facts

13 - Clemson’s defense led the ACC and ranked 13th nationally in 2010 in scoring defense, allowing only 18.8 points per game.

Location .................... Clemson, SC. 29634 Founded ............................................. 1889 Enrollment ...................................... 19,453 President ...........................James F. Barker Director Athletics .........Dr. Terry Don Phillips Stadium ........................ Memorial Stadium Capacity .......................................... 81,500 2010 Overall Record .............................6-7 2010 ACC Record .................................4-4 2010 ACC Finish .. Tied for 4th Place in Atlantic

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114 - Clemson’s five returning starters on its offensive front have combined to make 114 career starts led by senior RT Landon Walker (35) and including RG Antoine McClain (27), C Dalton Freeman (22), TE Dwayne Allen (19) and LG David Smith (11). 308.99 - Over the last seven years, Clemson ranks 8th among all NCAA FBS teams in total defense. The Tigers have allowed an average of just 308.99 yards per game during an 89-game span.


Clemson Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ......................................Rush...... Pass ......TDR .......Total 1. Charlie Whitehurst (2002-05) .................94...... 9665 .......... 59 ........9759 2. Woodrow Dantzler (1998-01) .............2761...... 6037 .......... 68 ........8798 3. Nealon Greene (1994-97) ...................1066...... 5719 .......... 43 ........6785 4. Steve Fuller (1975-78) ........................1737...... 4359 .......... 44 ........6096 5. Cullen Harper (2005-08) ..................... -213...... 5762 .......... 47 ........5549 6. Rodney Williams (1985-88) ..................863...... 4647 .......... 28 ........5510 7. Kyle Parker (2009-10) ..........................163...... 4739 .......... 33 ........4902 8. Homer Jordan (1979-82) .......................971...... 3643 .......... 26 ........4614 9. DeChane Cameron (1988-91) ...............926...... 3300 .......... 23 ........4226 10. Raymond Priester (1994-97) ...............3966............ 0 .......... 21 ........3966

RUSHING ............................................................... Att. ..... TD.... Avg. ... Yards 1. Raymond Priester (1994-97) .......................... 805 .......21..... 4.93 ..... 3966 2. James Davis (2005-08) .................................. 753 .......47..... 5.15 ..... 3881 3. C.J. Spiller (2006-09) ..................................... 606 .......32..... 5.85 ..... 3547 4. Travis Zachery (1998-01) .............................. 691 .......41..... 4.43 ..... 3058 5. Kenny Flowers (1983-86) .............................. 590 .......26..... 4.94 ..... 2914 6. Terry Allen (1987-89) .................................... 523 .......28..... 5.31 ..... 2778 7. Buddy Gore (1966-68) ................................... 600 .......15..... 4.29 ..... 2571 8. Ray Yauger (1968-70) .................................... 555 .......16..... 4.39 ..... 2439 9. Chuck McSwain (1979-82) ............................ 483 .......23..... 4.80 ..... 2320 10. Stacey Driver (1982-85) ................................ 476 .......15..... 4.82 ..... 2293

PASSING YARDAGE ................................. Comp-Att....... Pct. ... TD Yards 1. Charlie Whitehurst (2002-05) .............. 817-1368....... .597 ......46... 9665 2. Woodrow Dantzler (1998-01) ................ 460-796....... .577 ......41... 6037 3. Cullen Harper (2005-08) ........................ 518-815....... .635 ......42... 5762 4. Nealon Greene (1994-97) ...................... 458-805....... .568 ......35... 5719 5. Kyle Parker (2009-10) ........................... 401-710....... .564 ......32... 4739 6. Rodney Williams (1985-88) ................... 333-717....... .464 ......16... 4647 7. Steve Fuller (1975-78) ........................... 287-554...... .518 ......22... 4359 8. Tommy Kendrick (1969-71) .................. 303-644...... .470 ......24... 3893 9. Homer Jordan (1979-82) ........................ 250-479...... .521 ......15... 3643 10. Brandon Streeter (1996-99) ................... 294-519...... .566 ......17... 3504

RECEPTIONS...................................................Yards...... TD........ Avg. .... Rec. 1. Aaron Kelly (2005-08) ...............................2733........20....... 11.78 ......232 2. Derrick Hamilton (2001-03) ......................2218........15....... 13.61 ......167 3. Rod Gardner (1997-00) ..............................2498........13....... 15.05 ......166 4. Terry Smith (1990-93) ...............................2681........15....... 16.55 ......162 5. Perry Tuttle (1978-81)................................2534........17....... 16.89 ......150 6. Jacoby Ford (2006-09) ...............................1986........16....... 13.89 ......143 7. Chansi Stuckey (2003-06)..........................1760..........7....... 12.48 ......141 8. Jerry Butler (1975-78)................................2223........11....... 15.99 ......139 9. Brian Wofford (1996-99) ...........................1857........13....... 13.46 ......138 10. Airese Currie (2001-04) .............................2025........10....... 14.78 ......137

RECEIVING YARDAGE ............................. Rec........ TD ....... Avg. ....Yards 1. Aaron Kelly (2005-08) ...........................232......... 20 ...... 11.78 ......2733 2. Terry Smith (1990-93) ...........................162......... 15 ...... 16.55 ......2681 3. Perry Tuttle (1978-81)............................150......... 17 ...... 16.89 ......2534 4. Rod Gardner (1997-00) ..........................166......... 13 ...... 15.05 ......2498 5. Jerry Butler (1975-78)............................139......... 11 ...... 15.99 ......2223 6. Derrick Hamilton (2001-03) ..................163......... 15 ...... 13.61 ......2218 7. Airese Currie (2001-04) .........................137......... 10 ...... 14.78 ......2025 8. Jacoby Ford (2006-09) ...........................143......... 16 ...... 13.89 ......1986 9. Brian Wofford (1996-99) .......................138......... 13 ...... 13.46 ......1857 10. Chansi Stuckey (2003-06)......................141........... 7 ...... 12.48 ......1760

SCORING Points 1. Aaron Hunt (2000-03).......................................................................... 314 2. C.J. Spiller (2006-09) ........................................................................... 308 3. Nelson Welsh (1991-94) ...................................................................... 301 4. Travis Zachery (1998-2001) ................................................................ 300 5. James Davis (2005-08) ........................................................................ 294 6. Obed Ariri (1977-80) ........................................................................... 288 7. Chris Gardocki (1988-90) .................................................................... 261 8. Jad Dean (2003-06) .............................................................................. 250 9. David Treadwell (1985-87) .................................................................. 233 10. Bob Paulling (1979-83)........................................................................ 209

2011 Alphabetical Roster

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. Name...................... Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl........................... Hometown 83 ** Dwayne Allen........... TE 6-4 255 Jr.-R ..............Fayetteville, N.C. 41 *** Daniel Andrews........LB 5-11 210 Sr. ................. Jacksonville, Fla. 76 Shaq Anthony ...........OL 6-4 260 Fr. .....................Piedmont, S.C. 12 Stephone Anthony ....LB 6-3 220 Fr. ....................... Polkton, N.C. 6 Tavaris Barnes ..........DT 6-3 265 Fr.-R ............. Jacksonville, Fla. 68 David Beasley ............ G 6-4 325 Fr.-R .................Columbus, Ga. 3 Vic Beasley ..............DE 6-2 225 Fr.-R ................Adairsville, Ga. 5 Mike Bellamy...........RB 5-10 185 Fr. ........................Nocatee, Fla. 25 William Bello ..........WR 5-11 185 Fr.-R ........San Francisco, Calif. 13 ** Spencer Benton ........PK 6-2 195 Jr.-R ........... Myrtle Beach, S.C. 10 * Tajh Boyd ................ QB 6-1 230 So.-R .................. Hampton, Va. 40 *** Andre Branch ...........DE 6-5 260 Sr.-R ................. Richmond, Va. 17 Bashaud Breeland ....CB 6-0 190 Fr.-R .................Allendale, S.C. 29 ** Xavier Brewer ..........CB 5-11 190 Jr.-R .............. Jacksonville, Fla. 45 Desmond Brown .........S 6-0 180 Fr.-R ......................Centre, Ala. 18 ** Jaron Brown ............WR 6-2 200 Jr.-R ..................... Cheraw, S.C. 37 *** Kantrell Brown............S 6-1 195 Sr.-R ....... Saint Matthews, S.C. 90 *** Kourtnei Brown .......DE 6-5 250 Sr.-R .................Charlotte, N.C. 1 Martavis Bryant ......WR 6-4 195 Fr. .....................Anderson, S.C. 75 T.J. Buck ..................OL 6-3 290 So.-R ....................Chapin, S.C. 24 Demont Buice ..........RB 6-0 220 Fr.-R .................. Gadsden, Ala. 92 Roderick Byers.........DE 6-4 260 Fr. .................... Rock Hill, S.C. 39 * Chandler Catanzaro ..PK 6-2 205 So.-R .............. Greenville, S.C. 34 * Quandon Christian ...LB 6-3 215 So.-R .............. Lake View, S.C. 62 *** Mason Cloy ..............OL 6-3 295 Gr.-R................ Columbia, S.C. 86 Sam Cooper.............. TE 6-5 240 Fr.-R ............ Brentwood, Tenn. 9 Joe Craig .................WR 5-10 160 Fr.-R ................... Gaffney, S.C. 93 Corey Crawford .......DE 6-5 275 Fr. ......................Columbus, Ga 2 Cortez Davis............ DB 6-3 200 Fr. ............ Daytona Beach, Fla. 67 Kalon Davis ............... G 6-4 345 Fr.-R .................... Chester, S.C. 39 Steven Demaras .......LB 6-1 220 Sr. ................... Westford, Mass. 30 *** Chad Diehl ............... FB 6-2 265 Sr.-R ..................... Lyman, S.C. 23 ** Andre Ellington........RB 5-10 190 Jr.-R ........ Moncks Corner, S.C. 52 * Phillip Fajgenbaum .. LS 6-0 225 So.-R .................. Raleigh, N.C. 60 Tyler Felt ..................OL 6-4 265 So.-R .............. Greenville, S.C. 88 Wes Forbush............WR 6-2 185 Fr.-R ......... Johnson City, Tenn. 80 ** Brandon Ford ....TE/WR 6-4 220 Jr.-R .......................Wando, S.C 69 Tyler Fowler ............... G 6-6 335 So.-R ......................Canon, Ga. 55 ** Dalton Freeman.......... C 6-5 285 Jr.-R .......................Pelion, S.C. 97 ** Malliciah Goodman .DE 6-4 265 Jr. ....................... Florence, S.C. 44 B.J. Goodson ............LB 6-1 225 Fr. ..........................Lamar, S.C. 73 Joe Gore ...................DE 6-6 260 Fr. ........ Lake Waccamaw, N.C. 31 ** Rashard Hall................S 6-2 200 Jr.-R ............ St. Augustine, Fla. 47 Will Harrison...........WR 5-11 195 Sr. ........................Marietta, Ga. 42 ** Corico Hawkins .......LB 5-11 230 Jr. .................Milledgeville, Ga. 6 * DeAndre Hopkins ...WR 6-1 195 So. ....................... Central, S.C. 22 D.J. Howard .............RB 5-11 190 Fr.-R .................... Lincoln, Ala. 13 Adam Humphries ....WR 5-11 175 Fr.-R ..................Roebuck, S.C. 58 Grady Jarrett.............DT 6-0 280 Fr. ........................ Conyers, Ga. 14 * Martin Jenkins..........CB 5-10 170 So. ....................... Roswell, Ga.

No. 25 26 *** 35 36 32 ** 88 96 74 *** 25 * 14 11 * 12 5 ** 94 *** 58 85 8 * 38 19 38 79 ** 76 16 21 * 54 ** 81 15 *** 43 * 33 * 84 * 73 *** 27 35 7 47 8 63 * 95 98 *** 70 20 82 * 53 72 *** 48 7 91 77 46 ** 99 96 ***

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Name...................... Pos. C.J. Jones .................CB Marquan Jones ........WR Mansa Joseph ...........RB Ammon Lakip ..........PK Carlton Lewis ..............S Eric Mac Lain .......... TE Jerome Maybank ......DT Antoine McClain........ G Roderick McDowell .RB Donny McElveen .... QB Bryce McNeal .........WR Tony McNeal........... QB Jonathan Meeks...........S Rennie Moore...........DT Ryan Norton ............... C Taylor Ogle .............WR Justin Parker .............LB Julian Patton ............WR Charone Peake ........WR Garry Peters .............CB Phillip Price.................T Spencer Region ........OL Morgan Roberts....... QB Darius Robinson.......CB Matt Sanders ............OL Stanton Seckinger ...WR Coty Sensabaugh......CB Tyler Shatley ............DT Spencer Shuey..........LB Darrell Smith............ FB David Smith .............OL Robert Smith ........... DB Michael Sobeski ....... LS Tony Steward ...........LB Dante Stewart ...........CB Cole Stoudt.............. QB Brandon Thomas ......OL Tra Thomas ..............DT Brandon Thompson ..DT Gifford Timothy .......OT Lateek Townsend .....LB Drew Traylor ............ TE Sam Van Gieson ....... LS Landon Walker .........OT Colton Walls .............LB Sammy Watkins ......WR Josh Watson..............DT Reid Webster ............OT Jonathan Willard ......LB DeShawn Williams...DT Dawson Zimmerman ... P

Ht. 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-5 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-6 6-4 5-10 6-6 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-5 5-10 6-6 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-2

Wt. 170 195 205 175 215 245 335 330 185 205 180 190 205 270 275 195 225 190 200 185 300 345 200 165 320 200 180 295 250 235 315 200 185 225 180 200 300 285 310 335 200 245 185 310 215 180 270 290 220 300 205

Cl........................... Hometown So.-R ...............Lincolnton, Ga. Sr. .................... Columbia, S.C. Sr.-R ..................... Salters, S.C. Fr. .....................Alpharetta, Ga. Jr.-R ............ St. Augustine, Fla. Fr. ................. Hope Mills, N.C. Fr. ...........Pawley’s Island, S.C. Sr. ......................Anniston, Ala. So.-R ....................Sumter, S.C. So.-R .......... Summerville, S.C. So.-R ........ Minneapolis, Minn. Fr. ........................ Chester, S.C. Jr. ..................... Rock Hill, S.C. Sr.-R ..............Saint Marys, Ga. Fr. .......................Mauldin, S.C. So.-R ............Gatlinburg, Tenn. So. ..................Port Royal, S.C. So.-R ................. Rock Hill, SC Fr. ......................Roebuck, S.C. Fr.-R .................... Conyers, Ga. Sr.-R ......................Dillon, S.C. Fr. .......................Cullman, Ala. Fr. .....................Charlotte, N.C. So. ................College Park, Ga. Jr.-R .................. Crestview, Fla. Fr. .....................Charleston, SC Gr.-R.............. Kingsport, Tenn. So.-R ...................... Icard, N.C. So.-R ..................Charlotte, NC So.-R ................. Gadsden, Ala. Gr.-R............... Greenville, S.C. Fr. ...................Dorchester, S.C. Fr.-R ..................Roebuck, S.C. Fr. ............... St. Augustine, Fla. Fr.-R .................. Swansea, S.C. Fr. ........................Dublin, Ohio So.-R ............Spartanburg, S.C. Fr.-R ..............Wadesboro, N.C. Sr. ................. Thomasville, Ga. Fr.-R .............Middletown, Del. Fr. ............... Bennettsville, S.C. Sr.-R ............ Birmingham, Ala. Jr.-R ........................ Greer, S.C. Sr.-R ...North Wilkesboro, N.C. Fr. .....................Charlotte, N.C. Fr. ................... Fort Myers, Fla. Jr.-R ............... Wilmington, De. Fr.-R ............... Woodstock, Ga. Jr.-R .........................Loris, S.C. Fr. ........................ Central, S.C. Sr. ...............Lawrenceville, Ga.


Clemson Coaches and Records Da Dabo Swinney

Clemson Coaches and Records

(Alabama ‘93)

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS

Head Coach

Record: at Clemson 19-15 (.558), 3 Years Overall: 19-15 (.558), 3 Years Born: November 20, 1969 It didn’t take Dabo Swinney long to put his mark on the Clemson football program. The 41-year-old has guided the Tigers to postseason bowl games in each of his three seasons at the helm. In just his first full season with the Tigers in 2009, he led Clemson to the Atlantic Division title, a berth in the ACC Championship Game, a 9-5 record, a win over Kentucky in the 2009 Music City Bowl and a No. 24 national ranking in the final AP poll. Last year, Swinney guided Clemson to its third straight bowl appearance, despite losing four games by five or fewer points. He followed that up by assembling a recruiting class that was ranked 8th nationally by many national recruiting services. Named Clemson’s interim head coach on October 13, 2008 when Tommy Bowden stepped down after guiding the program for nearly 10 seasons, Swinney had the interim tag removed when he was named Clemson’s 25th head coach on December 1, 2008, after guiding the Tigers to four wins in their final six games. Prior to being named as interim head coach, Swinney had served as Clemson’s assistant head coach for two years and had been in charge of the wide receivers since the 2003 season. In his eight years, the Tigers have finished in the top 25 of the final polls four times and totaled 12 wins over top-25 teams, including victories over Florida State (4), Miami (2), and Tennessee (1). Swinney coached the wide receiver position to a level of consistency that has not been seen at Clemson. He had a wideout finish first or second in the ACC in catches each of his last five years as an assistant. In his first year, he had three of the top-10 receivers in the ACC, a first in Tiger history. He coached a FirstTeam All-ACC wideout every year from 2004-07 (three different players), also an unprecedented feat at Clemson. In 2007, he coached Aaron Kelly, a First-Team All-ACC selection who finished with a school-record 88 catches, tied for the second-highest total in ACC history. Kelly finished his career as Clemson’s and the ACC’s career reception leader with 232 receptions. Swinney has a reputation as one of the top recruiters in the nation. In February of 2006, he was listed as the fifth-best recruiter in the nation by Rivals.com. It marked the second straight year that he had been lauded by the website as a top-25 national recruiter. He was named one of the top-25 recruiters in the nation by Rivals.com in 2007 as well. Swinney received a commerce & business administration degree from Alabama in 1993 after lettering three times (1990-92). A walk-on who went on to earn a scholarship, Swinney was a wide receiver who lettered three times and was a member of Alabama’s 1992 National Championship team. An Academic All-SEC selection, he was also named to the SEC Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in 1990 and 1992. After his playing career, Swinney served as a graduate assistant coach from 1993-95 at Alabama. In December of 1995, he received a master’s degree in business administration from Alabama and became a full-time assistant coach at Alabama in February of 1996 under head coach Gene Stallings, coaching a total of five seasons. In 1998, he coached Alabama’s wide receivers, a position he held for three seasons. During his time at Alabama as a player or coach, Swinney was a part of six teams which recorded 10 wins, five top-10 finishes, one national title (1992), three SEC championships, and five SEC Western Division titles. From April of 2001 through February of 2003, Swinney was in private business in Alabama. He married the former Kathleen Bassett in 1994. They have three sons, Will, Drew, and Clay.

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Years W 1896, 1899 6 1897 2 1898 3 1900-1903 19 1904 3 1905 3 1906, 09, 13-15 21 1907 4 1908 1 1910-1912 11 1916 3 1917-1920 11 1921-1922 6 1923-1926 10 1927-1930 29 1931-1939 43 1940-1969 165 1970-1972 12 1973-1976 17 1977-1978 18 1978-1989 96 1990-1993 32 1993-1998 31 1999-2008 72 2008-2010 19

L 3 2 1 3 3 2 14 4 6 12 6 12 10 22 11 35 118 21 25 4 29 13 28 45 15

T 0 0 0 2 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 7 12 0 2 1 4 1 0 0 0

Pct .667 .500 .750 .833 .500 .583 .585 .500 .143 .479 .333 .479 .389 .318 .720 .547 .580 .364 .409 .804 .760 .707 .525 .615 .558

W 10 44 66 19 13 43 21 10 8

L 1 14 30 10 9 32 19 11 10

T 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

Pct .875 .754 .684 .650 .590 .573 .525 .477 .444

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach ............................................ Bowls W Danny Ford ....................................................(8) 6 Tommy Bowden ............................................(8) 3 Frank Howard ................................................(6) 3 Tommy West ..................................................(4) 1 Dabo Swinney ...............................................(3) 1 Ken Hatfield ..................................................(2) 1 Jess Neely ......................................................(1) 1 Charley Pell ...................................................(1) 0 (Based on Appearances)

L 2 5 3 3 2 1 0 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .750 .375 .500 .250 .500 .500 1.000 .000

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. Head Coach ....................... Years 1. Charley Pell ...............(2).... 1977-1978 2. Danny Ford .............. (11).... 1978-1989 3. Frank Howard ..........(17).... 1953-1969 4. Ken Hatfield ..............(4).... 1990-1993 5. Dabo Swinney ...........(3).... 2008-2010 6. Tommy Bowden ......(10).... 1999-2008 7. Tommy West ..............(5).... 1994-1998 8. Red Parker .................(4).... 1973-1976 9. Hootie Ingram............(3).... 1970-1972 (Based on Winning Percentage)

Swinney by the Numbers Year School ...... APUSA . ACC ...Pct. ...Finish......All .. Pct. 2008 Clemson ..................... 3-2 ...600 ... T3rdA. 4-3-0 ...571 2009 Clemson .... 24 .. --- ..... 6-2 ...750 ...... 1stA. 9-5-0 ...642 2010 Clemson ..................... 4-4 ...500 ... T4thA. 6-7-0 ...461 Clemson: 1 year............... 13-8* (.643) ..............19-15-0(.558) Overall Record ................ 13-8* (.571) ..............19-15-0(.558) Versus ACC Schools: *Includes ACC Championship vs. Boston College .......................... 2-1 vs. Duke .......................................... 1-0 vs. Florida State .............................. 1-2 vs. Georgia Tech ............................. 1-3 vs. Maryland ................................... 1-1 vs. Miami ........................................ 1-1 vs. North Carolina........................... 0-1 vs. NC State .................................... 2-0 vs. Virginia ...................................... 2-0 vs. Wake Forest ............................... 2-0

Head Coach W.M. Riggs .................... (2) W.W. Williams ............... (1) J.A. Penton ..................... (1) John Heisman ................. (4) Shack Shealy .................. (1) E.B. Cochems ................ (1) Bob Williams ................. (5) Frank Shaughnessy ........ (1) J.N. Stone ....................... (1) Frank Dobson ................. (3) Wayne Hart .................... (1) E.A. Donahue ................. (4) E.J. Stewart .................... (2) Bud Saunders ................. (4) Josh Cody ....................... (4) Jess Neely ...................... (9) Frank Howard .............. (30) Hootie Ingram ................ (3) Red Parker...................... (4) Charley Pell.................... (2) Danny Ford .................. (11) Ken Hatfield ................... (4) Tommy West .................. (5) Tommy Bowden ........... (10) Dabo Swinney ................ (3)

- TIGERS ASSISTANT COACHES Dan Brooks (Western Carolina ‘76).................. Associate Head Coach/Defensive Line Robbie Caldwell (Furman ‘73) ............................................................... Offensive Line Tony Elliott (Clemson ‘03) .....................................................................Running Backs Charlie Harbison (Gardner-Webb ‘95)......Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Marion Hobby (Tennessee ‘95).............................................................. Defensive Ends Chad Morris (Texas A&M ‘92)............................ Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Danny Pearman (Clemson ‘88) ........ Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams, Tight Ends Jeff Scott (Clemson ‘03) ..................................Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator Kevin Steele (Tennessee ‘81)................................. Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers

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Clemson 2010 Statistics 2010 Clemson Results (6-7, 4-4 ACC) Clem. Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att. AP USA AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO S4 ......W, 35-10 ...North Texas ......... 77,342 246 177 423 10-21-1 1 193 269 462 22-34-2 2 S11 ....W, 58-21 ...Presbyterian ........ 74,358 212 202 414 11-20-1 1 140 139 279 17-33-1 3 S18L, 24-27 (ot) ..at Auburn ............ 87,451 16 15 187 227 414 21-35-0 0 221 203 424 7-14-2 2 O2.......L, 21-30 ...Miami.................. 82,313 16 17 162 149 311 14-33-3 6 171 205 376 13-33-2 2 O9.......L, 16-21 ...at North Carolina 60,000 91 214 305 21-39-0 0 91 164 255 18-34-0 0 O16......W, 31-7 ...Maryland............. 72,484 94 119 213 8-21-0 0 44 306 350 25-47-3 3 O23....W, 27-13 ...Georgia Tech ....... 78,522 236 167 403 17-27-0 0 242 83 325 6-19-1 1 O30.....L, 10-16 ...at Boston College 37,137 86 176 262 21-39-2 3 168 136 304 9-17-1 1 N6......W, 14-13 ...NC State.............. 75,906 23 25 46 214 260 20-30-1 3 63 212 275 22-36-1 2 N13.....L, 13-16 ...at Florida State .... 72,228 152 239 391 28-44-2 2 97 210 307 15-25-1 2 N20....W, 30-10 ...at Wake Forest .... 31,783 182 231 413 19-25-1 2 54 151 205 17-32-0 0 N27.......L, 7-29 ...South Carolina .... 81,355 18 17 61 190 251 17-35-1 3 95 227 322 14-30-0 0 D31.....L, 26-31 ...South Florida ...... 41,122 50 246 296 24-41-2 2 90 189 279 20-28-1 2 Meineke Car Care Bowl at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, N.C.) TEAM STATISTICS........... Clem. OPP SCORING ................................. 312 244 Points Per Game..................... 24.0 18.8 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 234 222 Rushing ..................................... 89 92 Passing .................................... 120 105 Penalty....................................... 25 25 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1807 1670 Yards gained rushing ............. 2097 2056 Yards lost rushing .................... 290 386 Rushing Attempts .................... 457 484 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.0 3.5 Average Per Game................ 139.0 128.5 TDs Rushing ............................. 19 8 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 2543 2494 Comp-Att-Int.................230-409-14 205-382-15 Average Per Pass ...................... 6.2 6.5 Average Per Catch .................. 11.1 12.2 Average Per Game................ 195.6 191.8 TDs Passing............................... 17 18 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 4350 4164 Total Plays ............................... 866 866 Average Per Play ...................... 5.0 4.8 Average Per Game................ 334.6 320.3 KICK RETURNS............... 45-1018 61-1244 PUNT RETURNS ................ 30-331 18-130 INT RETURNS .................... 15-189 14-208 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 22.6 20.4 PUNT RETURN AVG. ............ 11.0 7.2 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 12.6 14.9 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 25-9 22-5 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 78-718 88-840 Average Per Game.................. 55.2 64.6 PUNTS-Yards .................... 63-2679 81-3189 Average Per Punt .................... 42.5 39.4 Net punt average .................... 38.2 33.1 TOP/Game ............................ 29:06 30:54 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 75/191 79/205 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 39% 39% 4TH-DOWN Conv. .................. 8/16 8/12 4th-Down Pct ......................... 50% 67% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 31-187 18-118 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 1 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 39 27 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 14-24 19-24 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 1-2 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 34-46 35-40 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 25-46 21-40 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 36-37 25-27 ATTENDANCE .................. 530500 288599 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/75786 5/57720 Neutral Site Games ....................... 1/41122

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Jamie Harper ..............197 760 7 63 3.9 Andre Ellington..........118 686 10 71 5.8 Roderick McDowell .....32 161 1 39 5.0 Daniel Barnes ...............14 91 0 30 6.5 Jaron Brown ...................8 63 0 23 7.9 Tajh Boyd .....................23 33 1 10 1.4 Kyle Parker ..................47 28 0 18 0.6 Michael Wade.................1 8 0 8 8.0 Bryce McNeal ................4 7 0 3 1.8 Chad Diehl .....................2 4 0 3 2.0 Donny McElveen ...........1 -3 0 0 -3.0 TEAM ..........................10 -31 0 0 -3.1 Total.......... .................457 1807 19 71 4.0 Opponents...... ...........484 1670 8 33 3.5 PASSING........Cmp. Kyle Parker ........ 196 Tajh Boyd ............. 33 Taylor Ogle ............ 0 TEAM .................... 0 Marquan Jones ....... 0 Donny McElveen ... 1 Jamie Harper .......... 0 Total.......... ......... 230 Opponents...... ... 205

Att. 341 63 1 1 1 1 1 409 382

Int. Pct. 11 57.5 3 52.4 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0100.0 0 0.0 14 56.2 15 53.7

TD 12 4 0 0 0 1 0 17 18

Yds. 2213 329 0 0 0 1 0 2543 2494

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. DeAndre Hopkins .... 52 637 4 45 12.2 Jamie Harper ............ 35 328 3 40 9.4 Dwayne Allen........... 33 373 1 47 11.3 Jaron Brown ............. 32 405 3 74 12.7 Marquan Jones ......... 21 184 0 38 8.8 Bryce McNeal .......... 19 187 0 30 9.8 Andre Ellington........ 12 109 1 22 9.1 Brandon Ford ........... 10 78 2 16 7.8 Xavier Dye ................. 4 51 0 18 12.8 Chad Diehl ................. 4 13 0 5 3.2 Brandon Clear ............ 3 106 1 70 35.3 Kasey Nobles ............. 2 14 1 13 7.0 Terrance Ashe............. 1 43 0 43 43.0 Daniel Barnes ............. 1 11 1 11 11.0 Roderick McDowell ... 1 4 0 4 4.0 Total.......... ............. 230 2543 17 74 11.1 Opponents...... ....... 205 2494 18 78 12.2 PUNTING ............. No. Dawson Zimmerman....... 60 Richard Jackson ................ 1 TEAM ............................... 1 Kyle Parker ....................... 1 Total.......... ...................... 63 Opponents...... ................ 81

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 2563 79 0 42.7 42 42 0 42.0 38 38 0 38.0 36 36 0 36.0 2679 79 0 42.5 3189 61 1 39.4

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Marcus Gilchrist............23 233 0 37 10.1 Jaron Brown ....................3 52 0 41 17.3 DeAndre Hopkins ...........2 33 0 31 16.5 Bryce McNeal .................1 0 0 0 0.0 Kourtnei Brown ..............1 9 0 0 9.0 Brandon Clear .................0 4 0 4 0.0

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Total.......... ....................30 Opponents...... ..............18

331 130

0 0

41 34

11.0 7.2

KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Marcus Gilchrist....... 27 639 0 76 23.7 Andre Ellington.......... 7 238 1 87 34.0 Jamie Harper .............. 4 34 0 13 8.5 Marquan Jones ........... 4 62 0 23 15.5 DeAndre Hopkins ...... 2 32 0 16 16.0 Chad Diehl ................. 1 13 0 13 13.0 Total.......... ............... 45 1018 1 87 22.6 Opponents...... ......... 61 1244 0 45 20.4 SCORING ...................TD Chandler Catanzaro ......... 0 Andre Ellington............. 12 Jamie Harper ................. 10 DeAndre Hopkins ........... 4 Jaron Brown .................... 3 Brandon Ford .................. 2 Kasey Nobles .................. 1 Dwayne Allen.................. 1 Tajh Boyd ........................ 1 Brandon Clear ................. 1 Daniel Barnes .................. 1 Roderick McDowell ........ 1 Xavier Brewer ................. 1 Rashard Hall.................... 1 Richard Jackson .............. 0 Spencer Benton ............... 0 Kyle Parker ..................... 0 Total.......... .................... 39 Opponents...... .............. 27

FGs PAT 14 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 14 36 19 25

TACKLES ....................... Solo DeAndre McDaniel ..............44 Corico Hawkins ...................33 Da’Quan Bowers..................41 Rashard Hall.........................35 Marcus Gilchrist...................37 Andre Branch .......................22 Xavier Brewer ......................36 Brandon Maye......................16 Byron Maxwell ....................31 Brandon Thompson ..............19 Jarvis Jenkins .......................23 Malliciah Goodman .............17 Quandon Christian ...............19 Coty Sensabaugh..................20 Jonathan Willard ..................11 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. DeAndre McDaniel ......... 4 Rashard Hall.................... 2 Xavier Brewer ................. 2 Byron Maxwell ............... 2 Da’Quan Bowers............. 1 Darius Robinson.............. 1 Coty Sensabaugh............. 1 Jonathan Meeks............... 1 Marcus Gilchrist.............. 1 Total.......... .................... 15 Opponents...... .............. 14

Yds. 33 52 61 0 0 0 0 43 0 189 208

Ast. 32 40 26 27 23 32 14 29 13 21 16 15 12 11 18 TD 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

Pts. 76 72 60 24 18 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 1 1 0 312 244 Tot. 76 73 67 62 60 54 50 45 44 40 39 32 31 31 29 Lg. 33 52 61 0 0 0 0 43 0 61 48


Duke Blue Devils 2011 Duke Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent .................................Record ... Began . Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ......................... Site Richmond (ESPN3.com), 7 pm ....9-3-0 ... 1924 .... 2009, hL 24-16 ...Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. Stanford (ESPNU), 3:30 pm .......... 1-1-0 ... 1971 .... 1972, hL 10-6 .....Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. at Boston College (ACC Network), 12 :30 pm ..1-4-0 ... 1927 .... 2010, hL 21-16 ...Alumni Stadium (44,500) ................. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Tulane ...........................................0-2-0 ... 1964 .... 1973, hL 24-17 ...Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. at FIU (ESPN3.com), 6 pm................... First Meeting .......................FIU Stadium (18,000) ....................... Miami, Fla. Florida State ..................................0-16-0 ... 1992 .... 2007, aL 25-6 ........Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. Wake Forest ..............................53-36-2 ... 1889 .... 2010, aL 54-48....Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. Virginia Tech ...............................7-11-0 ... 1937 .... 2010, aL 44-7......Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. at Miami ........................................1-7-0 ... 1976 .... 2010, hL 28-13......Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ............... Miami Gardens, Fla. at Virginia..................................30-32-0 ... 1890 .... 2010, aW 55-48 ..Scott Stadium (61,500) ..................... Charlottesville, Va. Georgia Tech .............................30-47-1 ... 1933 .... 2010, aL 30-20....Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...... Durham, N.C. at North Carolina ......................35-57-4 ... 1888 .... 2010, hL24-19......Kenan Stadium (63,000) ................... Chapel Hill, N.C.

2010 In Review

Despite a 3-9 overall and 1-7 ACC record in 2010, Duke made significant progress in David Cutcliffe’s third season...Four of the Duke losses were by six or fewer points...Toss in a 10-point defeat to Georgia Tech and the Blue Devils had five defeats decided in the final minutes of play...The Blue Devils were led by sophomore QB Sean Renfree, who completed 61.4 percent of his passes for 3,131 yards and 14 TDs in his first full season as a starter...The yardage total was the 5th-best in ACC history by a freshman or sophomore...He finished 2nd in the ACC in total offense and 3rd in passing yardage...Sophomore WR Conner Vernon earned 2ndteam All-ACC honors after leading the ACC in pass receptions (73)...Junior PK Will Snyderwine earned first-team All-America honors (AFCA) after leading the ACC and finishing 7th nationally in field goals per game (1.75), making 21 of 24 three-point attempts...Junior TE Cooper Helfet and senior LB Abraham Kromah both earned Honorable Mention All-ACC honors...Freshman LB Kelby Brown led the nation in fumble recoveries (0.44) and was one of five Blue Devils to earn Freshman All-America honors, including CB Ross Cockrell, G Dave Harding, DT Sydney Sarmiento and T Perry Simmons (CFN--HM).

Who’s Gone

Duke lost eight starters to graduation, five on defense and three on offense...Defensively, both ends will need to be replaced with DE Patrick Egboh and DE Wesley Oglesby departing...Also missing will be the linebacker tandem of Abraham Kromah and Damian Thornton, as well as veteran CB Chris Rwabukamba...Offensively, Duke will be without WR Austin Kelly, the team’s 3rd-ranking receiver with 47 catches; three-year starting C Bryan Morgan and TE Brandon King, who had 7 catches, two of them for TDs. Also missing will be co-defensive coordinator Marion Hobby, who left to join Clemson’s coaching staff.

2011 Preview

If the Blue Devils can mature on defense, reverse their turnover margin (112th nationally last year), and continue its overall improvement, Cutcliffe’s fourth Duke team has a chance to record a breakthrough campaign...The Devils’offense could be potent with the return of QBs Sean Renfree, a polished pro-style passer, and dual-threat sophomore QB Brandon Connette, who ran for 321 yards and 8 TDs... If Renfree continues to reduce his miscues (15 of his 17 interceptions last year occurred in Duke’s first seven games), the Scottsdale, Ariz., junior could make the jump to become one of the elite signal-callers in the nation...Duke’s receiving corps should continue to improve with the return of Vernon, who has 128 catches in his first two collegiate seasons, senior WR Donovan Varner, who ranked 4th in the ACC in pass receptions (60), TE Helfet (34 catches), sophomore WR Brandon Braxton (14 catches) and redshirt senior TE Danny Parker, who missed all of 2010 with an injury...The Devils’ground game will be improved as well with the return of RBs Desmond Scott (530 yds, 4.4 avg.) and Josh Snead (222, 4.9 avg.) as well an offensive line which returns four starters in T’s Kyle Hill and Perry Simmons, G Dave Harding and junior Brian Moore, who moves to center with sophomore G John Coleman stepping into a starting role...Another important weapon for Duke offensively is the availability of PK Snyderwine, who is 3rd nationally among all FBS returnees in career field goal percentage, having made 38 of 44 FGs (.864) the past two seasons...On defense, Jim Knowles, who shared coordinator responsibilities with Hobby last fall in Duke’s 4-2-5 scheme, takes over the reins completely and needs to find replacements at both defensive end positions as well as to develop quality backups throughout the unit... Despite the graduation losses, the Blue Devils return five of the team’s top seven tacklers ...Senior NG Charlie Hatcher (46 tackles) and sophomore DT Sydney Sarmiento (26 tackles) both return to their starting spots, while sophomore Kelby Brown (63 tackles, 5.5 TFLs), who missed spring practice recovering from a late-season knee injury, will be the starter at one linebacker position, with sophomore LB Kevin Rojas competing for the other berth...Three starters return in the secondary, led by S Matt Daniels, who ranked 6th in the ACC in tackles (93) and added 7 pass breakups and 2 fumble recoveries...Daniels is joined by CB Ross Cockrell (60 tackles, 10 passes defended) and S Lee Butler (58 tackles,9 passes defended)...Speedy senior CB Johnny Williams (4 breakups) and sophomore S August Campbell are the other likely starters.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (16)

OFFENSE (8) ....................... 2010 . Career Pos. Name........................... Starts ... Start WR Donovan Varner, Sr........... 11 .........25 WR Conner Vernon, Jr. ............ 12 .........20 LT Kyle Hill, Sr...................... 12 .........36 RT Perry Simmons, So. .......... 12 .........12 LG Dave Harding, So. .............. 4 ...........4 RG Brian Moore, Jr. ................ 12 .........24 QB Sean Renfree, Jr. ............... 11 ......... 11 RB Desmond Scott, Jr. ............ 11 .........16 DEFENSE (6) ....................... 2010 . Career Pos. Name........................... Starts ...Starts NG Charlie Hatcher, Sr. .......... 12 .........24 DT Sydney Sarmiento, So. ..... 11 ......... 11 LB Kelby Brown, So. ............... 7 ...........7 CB Ross Cockrell, So ............ 12 .........12 S Matt Daniels, Sr. ............... 12 .........25 S Lee Butler, Sr. ................... 10 .........10 SPECIALISTS (2) ................ 2010 . Career Pos. Name............................ Starts ...Starts PK Will Snyderwine, Sr. ......... 12 .........22 P Alex King, Sr. ................... 12 .........12

Starters Lost (8) OFFENSE (3) ...................... 2010 . Career Pos. Name.......................... Starts ...Starts WR Austin Kelly ..................... 10 .........19 C Bryan Morgan................... 12 .........25 TE Brandon King ..................... 8 ...........8

Duke Blue Devils Lettermen Returning .....................43 Offensive Lettermen Returning....21 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...19 Specialist Lettermen Ret. ...............3 Lettermen Lost ...............................19 Offensive Lettermen Lost ..............9 Defensive Lettermen Lost ..............7 Specialist Lettermen Lost...............3

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ...................1.000 % Rushing Returning ..................1.000 % Receiving Returning ..................807 % Receiving Yards Returning ........834 % Scoring Returning ......................881 % Kickoff Returns.......................1.000 % Punt Returns............................1.000 % Tackles Returning ......................658 % Turnovers Forced .......................882

Numbers & Notes

1 - Sophomore LB Kelby Brown led the nation last year as a freshman in fumbles recovered, despite playing in only nine of Duke’s games and starting in seven. Brown had four recoveries, which gave him a 0.44 average. 3 - Duke All-America PK Will Snyderwine ranks 3rd among all returning placekickers in the NCAA FBS in career field goal percentage. Snyderwine, who has made 38 of 44 career attempts, has an .864 career field goal percentage.

DEFENSE (5) ....................... 2010 . Career Pos. Name........................... Starts ...Starts DE Patrick Egboh ................... 12 .........24 DE Wesley Oglesby ................ 11 .........15 LB Abraham Kromah ............. 12 .........16 LB Damian Thornton ............... 7 .........18 CB Chris Rwabukamba .......... 10 .........23

8 - Duke will face eight 2011 opponents that earned trips to post-season bowl games including non-conferences contests with Stanford (Discover Orange) and FIU (Little Ceasars Pizza) as well as ACC contests against Virginia Tech (Discover Orange), Florida State (Chick-fil-A), Miami (Hyundai Sun), North Carolina (Music City), Georgia Tech (Advocare 150 Independence) and Boston College (Kraft Fight Hunger).

SPECIALISTS (0) ................ 2010 . Career Pos. Name............................ Starts ...Starts

13 - The number of Duke players who earned selection to the ACC’s All-Academic Football Team, the most of any team in the Conference.

Quick Facts

Location ....................Durham, NC. 27708 Founded ...............1838 as Trinity College Enrollment ....................................... 6,247 President ........... Dr. Richard H. Brodhead Director of Athletics .............Kevin White Stadium ................ Wallace Wade Stadium Capacity ......................................... 33,941 2010 Overall Record ............................ 3-9 2010 ACC Record ................................ 1-7 2010 ACC Finish .. Tied for 5th in Coastal

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1165 - Duke junior QB Sean Renfree had a st string of 165 passes without an interception sn snapped on the final play of the first half of th the season finale against North Carolina. Afte ter throwing 15 interceptions in the first seven ggames of the season, Renfree tossed just two ppicks in his final 188 pass attempts. 2274 - The number of pass receptions by D Duke’s “V-boys”--Donovan Varner (146) an and Conner Vernon (128)--the most of any ac active duo in the ACC.


Duke Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ........................................ Rush ...... Pass......TDR .... Total 1. Thaddeus Lewis (2006-09) ....................-78 .....10065.......... 76 ..... 9987 2. Spence Fischer (1992-95) ......................-89 .......9021.......... 55 ..... 9110 3. Ben Bennett (1980-83) ........................-553 .......9614.......... 57 ..... 9061 4. Steve Slayden (1984-87) ...................... 125 .......8004.......... 56 ..... 8129 5. Leo Hart (1968-70) ............................... 151 .......6116.......... 36 ..... 6267 6. David Brown (1989-91) ......................... 53 .......5717.......... 49 ..... 5770 7. Mike Dunn (1975-78) ......................... 1939 .......3511.......... 33 ..... 5450 8. Anthony Dilweg (1985-88) .................-174 .......4557.......... 29 ..... 4383 9. D. Bryant (2000-01) ............................... 81 .......3902.......... 20 ..... 3821 10. Billy Cox (1948-50) ........................... 1265 .......2455.......... 29 ..... 3720

RUSHING ................................................................ Att..... TD..... Avg. ....Yards 1. Chris Douglas (2000-03).................................695.......21..... 4.49 ......3122 2. Steve Jones (1970-72) .....................................683.......20..... 4.32 ......2951 3. Randy Cuthbert (1988-92) ..............................577.......20..... 4.80 ......2771 4. Mike Grayson (1980-83).................................574.......17..... 4.25 ......2441 5. Tony Benjamin (1973-76) ...............................503.......15..... 4.48 ......2251 6. Julius Grantham (1982-86) .............................475.......11..... 4.19 ......1989 7. Mike Dunn (1975-78) .....................................565.......22..... 3.43 ......1939 8. Roger Boone (1986-89) ..................................415.......15..... 4.58 ......1900 9. Robert Baldwin (1991-94) ..............................421.......20..... 4.39 ......1848 10. Jay Calabrese (1965-67) .................................465.......24..... 3.87 ......1801

PASSING YARDAGE ............................... Comp-Att..... Pct. .... TD ....Yards 1. Thaddeus Lewis (2006-09) .............. 877-1510..... . 580 ......47.....10065 2. Ben Bennett (1980-83) .................... 820-1375..... .596 ......55.......9614 3. Spence Fischer (1992-95) ............... 768-1,369..... .560 ......48.......9021 4. Steve Slayden (1984-87) ................. 699-1204..... .580 ......48.......8004 5. Leo Hart (1968-70) ............................ 486-877...... .554 .....23.......6116 6. David Brown (1989-91) .................... 463-845..... .547 ......42.......5717 7. Anthony Dilweg (1985-88) ............... 342-594..... .575 ......27.......4557 8. D. Bryant (2000-01) .......................... 316-642..... .492 ......16.......3902 9. Spencer Romine (1997-00)................ 281-571...... .492 ......13.......3545 10. Mike Dunn (1975-78) ........................ 288-570...... .505 ......11.......3511

RECEPTIONS..................................................... Yards .... TD ....... Avg..... Rec. 1. Clarkston Hines (1986-89) ........................... 3318 ...... 38 ......17.56......189 2. Scottie Montgomery (1996-99).................... 2379 ...... 13 ......13.91......171 3. Roger Boone (1986-89) ............................... 1444 ...... 24 ........8.60......168 4. Corey Thomas (1994-97) ............................. 2297 ...... 22 ......13.92......165 5. Wes Chesson (1968-70) ............................... 2399 ...... 10 ......14.63......164 6. Randy Cuthbert (1988-92) ........................... 1261 ........ 2 ........8.58......147 7. Donovan Varner (2008-**) ........................ 1947 ...... 10 ......13.34......146 8. Eron Riley (2005-08) ................................... 2413 ...... 22 ......16.76......144 9. Doug Green (1983-87) ................................. 2082 ...... 16 ......14.66......142 10. Mike Grayson (1980-83).............................. 1219 ........ 2 ........8.65......141

RECEIVING YARDAGE ................................Recp...... TD ....... Avg....Yards 1. Clarkston Hines (1986-89) .......................189....... 38 ......17.56.....3318 2. Eron Riley (2005-08)................................144....... 22 ......16.76.....2413 3. Wes Chesson (1968-70) ............................164....... 10 ......14.63.....2399 4. Scottie Montgomery (1996-99) ................171....... 13 ......13.91.....2379 5. Corey Thomas (1994-97) .........................165....... 22 ......13.92.....2297 6. Doug Green (1983-87) .............................142....... 16 ......14.66.....2082 7. Walter Jones (1988-91).............................119....... 17 ......16.54.....1968 8. Donovan Varner (2008-**) .....................146....... 10 ......13.34.....1947 9. Cedric Jones (1978-81)...............................99....... 21 ......17.49.....1732 10. Conner Vernon (2009-**) .......................128......... 7 ......13.43.....1719

SCORING ..................................................................................................Points 1. Sims Lenhardt (1996-99) ......................................................................240 2. Clarkston Hines (1986-89) ....................................................................234 3. Randy Gardner (1989-92) .....................................................................221 4. Tom Cochran (1992-95) ........................................................................198 5. Doug Peterson (1986-89) ......................................................................193 6. Will Snyderwine (2009-**)...................................................................170 7. Scott McKinney (1978-81) ...................................................................168 Tom Davis (1941-44) ............................................................................168 9. Chris Douglas (2000-03).......................................................................156 10. Ken Harper (1982-85) ...........................................................................151

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. 78 ** 84 ** 52 98 39 61 7 30 5 * 59 * 56 91 57 11 20*** 29 38 ** 32 * 4 ** 6 * 73 70 * 18 * 3 40*** 89 94 35 44 * 64 55 69 31 ** 49 92 * 54 95 45 ** 14 75 66 1 ** 22 85 74 * 93 *** 58 * 81 * 47 79***

Name............................ Pos. Jackson Anderson........... LS Kenny Anunike ..............DE Marcus Aprahamian .......OL Paul Asack........................ K Andrew Bailey ................. K Will Boeckman ..............DT Anthony Boone ............. QB Jared Boyd .....................CB Brandon Braxton ...........WR Kelby Brown ..................LB Kyler Brown...................LB Jamal Bruce....................DT Will Bryant .................... NG Tim Burton .....................CB Lee Butler..........................S Lex Butler ......................CB Jordon Byas.......................S August Campbell ..............S Walt Canty.........................S Ross Cockrell .................CB Takoby Cofield...............OT John Coleman................ OG Brandon Connette ......... QB Jamison Crowder ............. B Matt Daniels ......................S Braxton Deaver .............. TE Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo ...DE Jeffrey Faris.......................S Jack Farrell ..................... TE Joey Finison .................. OG Lucas Fisher ...................DL Teddy Force....................OT Tony Foster ....................CB Brendan Fowler.................S Justin Foxx .....................DE C.J. France .....................LB Guillermo Freile ............... K Austin Gamble ...............LB Corey Gattis ..................WR Travis Gibson ................... C Carson Ginn ...................DL Zach Greene ...................CB Britton Grier ...................LB Ryan Hall ....................... TE Dave Harding ................ OG Charlie Hatcher ............. NG Curtis Hazelton ..............DT Cooper Helfet ................. TE David Helton ..................LB Kyle Hill.........................OT

Ht. 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-2 5-9 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-2 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-5 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-6 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-6

Wt. 260 250 300 220 170 255 240 170 200 210 225 270 310 170 180 175 210 220 215 175 295 285 225 175 205 215 220 185 230 295 245 320 180 215 235 215 180 240 160 250 260 170 210 240 285 300 280 235 220 290

2011 Alphabetical Roster No.Name.................................. Pos. 10 Nick Hill........................WR 8 Blair Holliday................WR 27 *** Jay Hollingsworth ..........RB 94 Jeffrey Ijjas....................... K 60 Steven Ingram ............... NG 76 Conor Irwin ...................... C 42 Dezmond Johnson ..........DE 11 William Johnston ..........WR 36 * Alex King .......................... P 43 ** Patrick Kurunwune ........RB 99 Sam Marshall .................DE 68 ** Brian Moore ..................... C 41 Will Monday ..................... P 71 ** Jon Needham..................OT 88 *** Danny Parker ................. TE 67 Lucas Patrick ................. OG 24 * Garett Patterson ..............CB 46 George Pearkes .............. TE 22 Anthony Pecoraro .............S 80 David Reeves ................. TE 19 ** Sean Renfree ................. QB 46 Garrett Rider .....................S 65 Cody Robinson.............. OG 11 Spencer Rogers ................. P 28 * Kevin Rojas....................LB 90 Mario Sanders ................DE 82 * Sydney Sarmiento ..........DT 12 Sean Schroeder.............. QB 33 ** Desmond Scott ...............RB 13 Preston Scott .................WR 63 Robert Shofner .............. OG 72 * Perry Simmons ...............OT 97 Nick Sink .......................DE 62 Matt Skura........................ C 46 Ned Smith ......................LB 9 * Josh Snead......................RB 96 ** Will Snyderwine .............. K 15 Taylor Sowell ....................S 25 Quan Stevenson .............CB 16 Chris Tavarez ....................S 23 * Juwan Thompson ...........RB 77 Laken Tomlinson........... OG 86 ** Josh Trezvant ................WR 26 *** Donovan Varner ............WR 2 ** Conner Vernon ..............WR 95 Jamal Wallace.................DE 37 Brandon Watkins ...........WR 17 * Tyree Watkins................WR 37 *** Johnny Williams.............CB 34 Jonathan Woodruff .........LB 21 * Anthony Young-Wiseman .S

Yr. ..................... Hometown Jr.-R ................Frisco, Texas Jr.-R ................Galena, Ohio Fr. ...............Brookfield, Wis. Jr.-R .........Westwood, Mass. So. ............Elmendorf, Texas So. ..............Columbus, Ohio R-Fr. ...............Monroe, N.C. Fr. ........Stone Mountain, Ga. So. ................Charlotte, N.C. So. ...............Matthews, N.C. Fr. ................Matthews, N.C. Fr.-R ............. LaGrange, Ga. Fr.-R ..................Atlanta, Ga. Fr. ...............Hollywood, Fla. Sr. .................Anderson, S.C. So.-R ............Anderson, S.C. Jr.-R ......... Lynn Haven, Fla. So.-R ......Freeport, Bahamas Jr. ..................Roebuck, S.C. So.-R .............Waxhaw, N.C. Fr.-R ...............Tarboro, N.C. So.-R ............. Florence, S.C. So. ................. Corona, Calif. Fr. ...................Monroe, N.C. Sr. ...............Fayetteville, Ga. Fr.-R .............Charlotte, N.C. Fr.-R ...... Prairie View, Texas Sr. .............. Knoxville, Tenn. So.-R .................Atlanta, Ga. So.-R ........Greensboro, N.C. Fr. ...................Monroe, N.C. Jr. ...................Lancaster, Pa. Jr.-R .......... Burlington, N.C. So. .................Wantagh, N.Y. So.-R ............Charlotte, N.C. Fr.-R .............Columbus, Ga. Sr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Jr. ..................... Weston, Fla. So.-R ............. Durham, N.C. Jr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Fr. ..................Belmont, N.C. Jr. ................... Raleigh, N.C. Fr. .................Charlotte, N.C. So.-R ...............Orlando, Fla. So.-R ...............Orlando, Fla. Sr.-R ............Hamilton, Ohio Jr.-R ................ Roswell, Ga. Sr. ...............Kentfield, Calif. Fr. .......... Chattanooga, Tenn. Sr.-R ................Orlando, Fla.

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Ht. 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-4 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-7 6-2 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-6 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-0

Wt. 200 185 200 190 310 270 230 190 215 220 255 275 185 320 245 305 190 240 190 245 225 200 290 190 225 225 285 190 185 185 275 300 270 280 215 185 190 195 195 190 215 315 200 175 195 245 200 200 190 205 215

Yr. ..................... Hometown Fr. ...............Nashville, Tenn. Fr. .......Sherman Oaks, Calif. Sr. ...................Sanford, N.C. Sr. ................Clearwater, Fla. Fr.-R ......... Southaven, Miss. Jr.-R .......... Knoxville, Tenn. Fr.-R ...........Nashville, Tenn. So. ...... Tai Tam, Hong Kong Sr. .......Winston-Salem, N.C. Jr.-R ............... Austin, Texas Fr. ..........Fredericksburg, Va. R-Jr.-R ....Coral Gables, Fla. Fr. ........Flowery Branch, Ga. Sr.-R ............ Melrose, Mass. Sr.-R .............Rockville, Md. Fr. ............ Brentwood, Tenn. So.-R ............ Richmond, Va. Sr. ...... Nelson, B.C., Canada So. .................Warren, Mich. Fr. ..............Greensboro, Ala. Jr.-R ...........Scottsdale, Ariz. So. .................. Raleigh, N.C. Fr. ......... McMinnville, Tenn. So. ..............Los Altos, Calif. So.-R .............. Raleigh, N.C. Fr. ..................... Lyman, S.C. So.-R ............. Florence, S.C. So.-R . Laguna Niguel, Calif. Jr. .................. Durham, N.C. Sr. ................ Rochester, N.Y. So. ..............Nashville, Tenn. So.-R .............. Raleigh, N.C. Fr.-R ........Kernersville, N.C. Fr. ...............Columbus, Ohio Jr. ................... Raleigh, N.C. So. ..............Smithfield, N.C. Sr.-R .............. Potomac, Md. So.-R ........Spartanburg, S.C. Fr.-R .......... High Point, N.C. Fr. ......................Atlanta, Ga. So. ....................Fairburn, Ga Fr.-R ................. Chicago, Ill. Sr.-R ............ Morrilton, Ark. Sr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Jr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Fr.-R ......Virginia Beach, Va. So. ................. Durham, N.C. So.-R .............. Camden, N.J. Sr. .............St. Stephens, Ala. Fr. ................... Waldorf, Md. So.-R .............Bethesda, Md.


Duke Coaches and Records David Cutcliffe Head Coach

Duke Coaches and Records

(Alabama ‘76) Record: at Duke: 12-24 (.333), 3 Years Overall: 56-53 (.514), 10 Years Born: September 16, 1954 H Heading into his fourth year, David Cutcliffe, D Duke’s 21st head football coach, has made ssignificant strides in rebuilding the Blue Devil program. In his first three seasons as head ccoach, Cutcliffe has already guided the Blue D Devils to as more victories (12) than Duke enjjo joyed in its previous nine gridiron campaigns ((11). Under Cutcliffe’s direction, quarterback T Thaddeus Lewis became only the second player iin ACC history to throw for over 10,000 career yards and earned second-team All-ACC honors and current Blue Devil QB Sean Renfree threw for the 5th-best yardage total by an ACC freshman or sophomomre in 2010 (3,131). In 2010, junior wide receiver Conner Vernon led the ACC in pass receptions per game, just one year after senior wide receiver Donovan Varner led the ACC in receptions per game and receiving yardage per game. Placekicker Will Snyderwine, a semifinalist for the prestigious Lou Groza Award in both 2009 and 2010, was named a firstteam AFCA All-America last fall. Cutcliffe, who led Ole Miss to four bowl games in six seasons and mentored Super Bowl MVP quarterbacks Peyton and Eli Manning, was named Duke University’s 21st head football coach on December 15, 2007. He came to Duke after serving two seasons as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at the University of Tennessee (2005-06). His head coaching experience includes a six-year stint at the University of Mississippi from 1999-04 where he compiled a 44-29 (.603) ledger with five winning seasons, five bowl game appearances and a share of the SEC Western Division championship in 2003. Cutcliffe was named the SEC Coach of the Year in 2003 after leading the Rebels to a 10-3 record, including a 31-28 victory over Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl. Cutcliffe has participated in 22 bowl games and he owns a 4-1 (.800) record as a head coach in bowl tilts with victories over Oklahoma, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech. As a member of the coaching staff at Tennessee from 1982-98, Cutcliffe helped the Volunteers to four SEC championships and 16 bowl games in 17 seasons and the national title in 1998. His first tenure with the Vols featured the mentoring of quarterbacks Andy Kelly, Heath Shuler, Tee Martin and Peyton Manning. In 1998, Cutcliffe was honored with the Frank Broyles Award, an honor given annually to the top assistant coach in the country. Named head coach at Mississippi on December 2, 1998, Cutcliffe tutored 2003 SEC Player of the Year Eli Manning. A first team All-America pick as a senior, Manning closed his career with an SECrecord 10,119 passing yards and was the top overall choice in the 2004 NFL Draft. In his fourth professional season, he guided the New York Giants to the Super Bowl and earned MVP honors. Cutcliffe’s recruiting efforts at Ole Miss produced three national award winners in Eli Manning (2003; Maxwell Award), Jon Nichols (2003; Lou Groza Award) and Patrick Willis (2006; Butkus Award). During his six seasons at the helm of the Rebel program, Mississippi set school single-season records for total offense, passing offense and scoring offense. In the spring of 2005, Cutcliffe joined the coaching staff at Notre Dame, but resigned from the post for health reasons. He then returned to Knoxville prior to the 2006 season. With Cutcliffe at offensive coordinator, Tennessee scored 30 or more points in 62 of 100 games, posting a 59-3 (.952) ledger in those contests. The Volunteers compiled an overall record of 173-54-7 (.754) during his 19 seasons on staff. Cutcliffe is the only coach in SEC history to have two quarterbacks throw for over 10,000 career yards while his offenses produced the all-time leading passers, rushers and receivers at both Mississippi and Tennessee. A native of Birmingham, Ala., Cutcliffe graduated from the University of Alabama in 1976. He got his start in the coaching profession at Banks High School — his alma mater — and spent four years as an assistant coach before becoming the head coach in 1980.

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS No. Head Coach.........Years 1. J.F. Crowell ...............(3) 2. Floyd J. Egan ............(1) 3. James Baldwin ..........(1) 4. Herman Steiner .........(1) 5. S.M. Alexander .........(1) 6. Howard Jones ............(1) 7. Pat Herron .................(1) 8. James DeHart ............(5) 9. Wallace Wade .....................(16) 10. Eddie Cameron..........(4) 11. Bill Murray..............(15) 12. Tom Harp ..................(5) 13. Mike McGee .............(8) 14. Red Wilson ................(4) 15. Steve Sloan................(4) 16. Steve Spurrier............(3) 17. Barry Wilson .............(4) 18. Fred Goldsmith .........(5) 19. Carl Franks ................(5) 20. Ted Roof....................(5) 21. David Cutcliffe..........(3)

........................ W 1888,1889,S&F 4 1920 ..................4 1921 ..................6 1922 ..................7 1923 ..................5 1924 ..................4 1925 ..................4 1926-1930 .......24 1931-41,1946-50...110 1942-45 ...........25 1951-1965 .......93 1966-1970 .......22 1971-1978 .......37 1979-1982 .......16 1983-1986 .......13 1987-1989 .......20 1990-1993 .......13 1994-1998 .......17 1999-2003 .........7 2003-2007 .........6 2008-2010 .......12

.......L .....T ....... 1 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1 ....... 1 ..... 2 ....... 2 ..... 1 ....... 4 ..... 0 ....... 5 ..... 0 ....... 5 ..... 0 ..... 23 ..... 2 ..... 36 ..... 7 ..... 11 ..... 1 ..... 51 ..... 9 ..... 28 ..... 1 ..... 47 ..... 4 ..... 27 ..... 1 ..... 31 ..... 0 ..... 13 ..... 1 ..... 30 ..... 1 ..... 39 ..... 0 ..... 45 ..... 0 ..... 45 ..... 0 ..... 24 ..... 0

Pct .800 .900 .778 .750 .556 . 444 .444 .510 .742 .689 .637 .441 .443 .375 .295 . 603 .307 .304 .135 .118 .333

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Head Coach...................Years .................W ..... L..... T Bill Murray..........(13)....1953-1965 .........54 ....15......2 Steve Spurrier........(3)....1987-1989 .........11 ......9......1 Tom Harp ..............(5)....1966-1970 .........15 ....16......0 Mike McGee .........(8)....1971-1978 .........17 ....25......4 Steve Sloan............(4)....1983-1986 ...........8 ....18......0 Red Wilson ............(4)....1979-1982 ...........7 ....17......0 David Cutcliffe......(3)....2008-2010 ...........5 ....19......0 Fred Goldsmith .....(5)....1994-1998 ...........8 ....32......0 Barry Wilson .........(4)....1990-1993 ...........4 ....26......0 Ted Roof................(5)....2003-2007 ...........3 ....33......0 Carl Franks ............(5)....1999-2003 ...........3 ....33......0 (Based on Winning Percentage)

Pct .775 .548 .484 .413 .308 .292 .208 .200 .133 .083 .083

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach.................................... Bowls W L T Pct Bill Murray............................................(3).........2 ......1......0 .667 Wallace Wade ........................................(2).........0 ......2......0 .000 Eddie Cameron......................................(1).........1 ......0......0 1.000 Fred Goldsmith .....................................(1).........0 ......1......0 .000 Steve Spurrier........................................(1).........0 ......1......0 .000 (Based on Appearances)

Cutcliffe by the Numbers Year School ........AP/USAACCFinish ....Pct. ......... All... Pct. 1998 Mississippi ...................................................1-0-0. 1.000 1998 Mississippi ...................................................8-4-0....667 2000 Mississippi ...................................................7-5-0....583 2001 Mississippi ...................................................7-4-0....636 2002 Mississippi ...................................................7-6-0....538 2003 Mississippi .................................................10-3-0....769 2004 Mississippi ...................................................4-7-0....363 2008 Duke .............................1-7 ...6thC .125 ......4-8-0....333 2009 Duke .............................3-5 ...5thC .375 ......5-7-0....416 2010 Duke .............................1-7 T5thC .125 ......3-9-0....250 Duke: 3 Years ................... 5-19-0 ........... .208 ..12-24-0....333 Mississippi: 7 Years...........................................44-29-0....602 Overall Record: 10 Years .................................56-53-0....513

- BLUE DEVILS ASSISTANT COACHES Jim Collins (Elon College ‘74) .............. Assistant Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Derek Jones (Mississippi ‘96)........................................................................ Secondary Jim Knowles (Cornell ‘87)..........................................................Defensive Coordinator Matt Lubick (Colorado State ‘95) .......Passing Game Coord./Recruiting Coordinator/WRs Matt Luke (Mississippi ‘00)......Offensive Coordinator/Running Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Ron Middleton (Auburn ‘88) ........................Associate Head Coach/Special Team/TEs Rick Petri (Missouri-Rolla ‘76) ..............................................................Defensive Line Kurt Roper (Rice ‘95) ...........................................Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Zac Roper (Mississippi ‘01)........Assistant Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs

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Duke 2010 Statistics 2010 Duke Results (3-9, 1-7 ACC) Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att. S4 ......W, 41-27 ...Elon 33,941 S11 .....L, 48-54 ...at Wake Forest 31,673 S18 .....L, 13-62 ...Alabama 39,042 S25 .....L, 21-35 ...Army 27,289 O2.......L, 16-21 ...at Maryland 39,106 O16.....L, 13-28 ...Miami 25,911 O23.......L, 7-44 ...at Virginia Tech 66,233 O30....W, 34-31 ...at Navy 34,117 N6......W, 55-48 ...Virginia 22,741 N13.....L, 16-21 ...Boston College 21,420 N20.....L, 20-30 ...at Georgia Tech 42,110 N27.....L, 19-24 ...North Carolina 30,904 TEAM STATISTICS............ Duke OPP SCORING ................................. 303 425 Points Per Game..................... 25.2 35.4 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 239 261 Rushing ..................................... 73 130 Passing .................................... 153 116 Penalty....................................... 13 15 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1320 2499 Yards gained rushing ............. 1611 2699 Yards lost rushing .................... 291 200 Rushing Attempts .................... 383 519 Average Per Rush ..................... 3.4 4.8 Average Per Game................ 110.0 208.2 TDs Rushing ............................. 19 26 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 3256 2902 Comp-Att-Int...............295-489-19 180-329-8 Average Per Pass ...................... 6.7 8.8 Average Per Catch .................. 11.0 16.1 Average Per Game................ 271.3 241.8 TDs Passing............................... 14 25 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 4576 5401 Total Plays ............................... 872 848 Average Per Play ...................... 5.2 6.4 Average Per Game................ 381.3 450.1 KICK RETURNS............... 68-1419 48-946 PUNT RETURNS ................ 23-188 20-288 INT RETURNS ........................ 8-63 19-278 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 20.9 19.7 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 8.2 14.4 INT RETURN AVG. .................. 7.9 14.6 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 22-9 23-9 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 55-487 80-662 Average Per Game.................. 40.6 55.2 PUNTS-Yards .................... 57-2326 48-1904 Average Per Punt .................... 40.8 39.7 Net punt average .................... 33.6 34.5 TOP/Game ............................ 29:06 30:54 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 73/183 68/163 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 40% 42% 4TH-DOWN Conv. .................. 9/19 13/20 4th-Down Pct ......................... 47% 65% SACKS BY-Yards .................. 12-78 25-166 MISC YARDS ............................... 4 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 34 56 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 21-24 11-14 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 4-6 0-2 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 38-43 44-52 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 22-43 38-52 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 32-32 50-50 ATTENDANCE .................. 201248 213239 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/28750 5/42648 Neutral Site Games .................. 0/0 0/0

Duke AP USA -

Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO 192 350 542 31-39-0 0 125 281 406 22-42-2 2 129 358 487 28-44-3 4 229 271 500 13-24-2 2 1 1 146 156 302 19-42-1 1 315 311 626 17-26-1 3 111 261 372 17-30-3 5 248 85 333 4-6-0 0 48 351 399 28-56-2 2 124 170 294 9-26-0 0 105 187 292 22-44-5 7 224 224 448 17-34-0 2 23 23 92 116 208 12-36-2 2 159 332 491 19-31-0 1 142 314 456 28-30-0 0 148 227 375 13-28-0 1 230 259 489 18-31-0 1 226 417 643 24-46-3 3 4 307 311 37-54-0 2 126 230 356 12-24-0 2 109 334 443 30-43-1 2 320 90 410 2-7-0 2 12 263 275 25-40-2 2 255 264 519 28-35-0 0

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Desmond Scott ...........120 530 3 63 Brandon Connette ........78 321 8 48 Josh Snead....................45 221 1 27 Jay Hollingsworth ........45 175 2 22 Juwan Thompson .........25 87 0 15 Conner Vernon ...............5 40 0 14 Alex King .......................1 16 0 16 Patrick Kurunwune ........3 9 0 4 Donovan Varner .............6 2 1 9 TEAM ............................4 -34 0 0 Sean Renfree ................51 -47 4 37 Total.......... .................383 1320 19 63 Opponents...... ...........519 2499 26 50 PASSING........Cmp. Sean Renfree .......... 285 Brandon Connette .... 10 Conner Vernon ........... 0 TEAM ........................ 0 Alex King ................... 0 Total.......... ............. 295 Opponents...... ....... 180

Avg. 4.4 4.1 4.9 3.9 3.5 8.0 16.0 3.0 0.3 -8.5 -0.9 3.4 4.8

Att. Int. Pct. TD Yds. 464 17 61.4 14 3131 22 2 45.5 0 125 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 489 19 60.3 14 3256 329 8 54.7 25 2902

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Conner Vernon ......... 73 973 4 70 13.3 Donovan Varner ....... 60 736 1 39 12.3 Austin Kelly ............. 47 486 4 37 10.3 Cooper Helfet ........... 34 380 2 40 11.2 Desmond Scott ......... 34 266 0 31 7.8 Brandon Braxton ...... 14 180 1 36 12.9 Josh Trezvant ............. 7 65 0 25 9.3 Tyree Watkins............. 7 34 0 11 4.9 Brandon King ............. 7 34 2 11 4.9 Jay Hollingsworth ...... 5 29 0 13 5.8 Juwan Thompson ....... 3 41 0 21 13.7 Brett Huffman ............ 3 22 0 9 7.3 Tony Foster ................ 1 10 0 10 10.0 Total.......... ............. 295 3256 14 70 11.0 Opponents...... ....... 180 2902 25 81 16.1 PUNTING ............. No. Alex King ................. 55 Kevin Jones ................ 2 Total.......... ............... 57 Opponents...... ......... 48

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 2262 64 0 41.1 64 35 0 32.0 2326 64 0 40.8 1904 52 0 39.7

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Lee Butler......................21 181 0 33 8.6 Johnny Williams..............2 7 0 7 3.5 Total.......... ....................23 188 0 33 8.2 Opponents...... ..............20 288 1 84 14.4 KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Josh Snead................ 22 483 0 36 22.0 Desmond Scott ......... 15 287 0 36 19.1 Juwan Thompson ..... 15 326 0 33 21.7 Patrick Kurunwune .... 7 140 0 36 20.0

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Conner Vernon ........... 6 143 Lee Butler................... 1 20 Kenny Anunike .......... 1 10 Cooper Helfet ............. 1 10 Total.......... ............... 68 1419 Opponents...... ......... 48 946 SCORING ...................TD Will Snyderwine ..................0 Brandon Connette ................8 Conner Vernon .....................4 Austin Kelly .........................4 Sean Renfree ........................4 Desmond Scott .....................3 Donovan Varner ...................2 Cooper Helfet .......................2 Jay Hollingsworth ................2 Brandon King .......................2 Josh Snead............................1 Brandon Braxton ..................1 Garrett Rider ........................1 Charlie Hatcher ....................0 Total.......... .........................34 Opponents...... ...................56 TACKLES ....................Solo Abraham Kromah............. 47 Matt Daniels ..................... 46 Walt Canty........................ 24 Kelby Brown .................... 20 Patrick Egboh ................... 22 Ross Cockrell ................... 37 Lee Butler......................... 32 Chris Rwabukamba .......... 26 Charlie Hatcher ................ 15 Wesley Oglesby................ 11 Damian Thornton ............... 6 Jordon Byas...................... 13 Austin Gamble ................... 5 Sydney Sarmiento ............ 14 Kenny Anunike .................. 6 Justin Foxx ....................... 11 Curtis Hazelton .................. 4 Garett Patterson.................. 7 Tony Foster ........................ 4 Tyree Glover ...................... 4 A. Young-Wiseman ............ 5 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Ross Cockrell .................. 3 Chris Rwabukamba ......... 1 Lee Butler........................ 1 Matt Daniels .................... 1 Walt Canty....................... 1 Abraham Kromah............ 1 Total.......... ...................... 8 Opponents...... .............. 19

0 0 0 0 0 1

32 20 10 10 36 91

23.8 20.0 10.0 10.0 20.9 19.7

FGs PAT 21 32 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 21 32 11 50

Pts. 95 50 24 24 24 18 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 2 303 425

Ast. 82 47 39 43 40 23 26 25 31 31 22 15 22 12 17 11 11 6 8 8 5 Yds. 15 28 0 0 20 0 63 278

Tot. 129 93 63 63 62 60 58 51 46 42 28 28 27 26 23 22 15 13 12 12 10 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Lg. 15 28 0 0 20 0 28 85


Florida State Seminoles 2011 Florida State Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent .................................Record ..Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ......................Site Louisiana-Monroe ESPNU), 3:30 pm ......... First Meeting .......................Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. Charleston Southern (ESPN3.com), 6 pm ............ First Meeting ............................Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. Oklahoma (ESPN or ABC), 7:30 or 8 pm .. 1-5-0 ..1965 ....2010, aL 47-17 ....Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. at Clemson ..................................17-7-0 ..1970 ....2010, hW 16-13 ..Memorial Stadium (81,500) ..............Clemson, S.C. at Wake Forest.............................23-5-1 ..1956 ....2010, hW 31-0 ....BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. at Duke ........................................16-0-0 ..1992 .....2010, hW 25-6 .......Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ........Durham, N.C. Maryland ......................................19-2-0 ..1966 ....2010, aW 30-16...Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. NC State ...................................21-10-0 ..1952 ....2010, aL 28-24 ....Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. at Boston College (ESPN), 8 pm .....5-4-0 ..1957 ....2010, hW 24-19 ..Alumni Stadium (44,500)..................Chestnut Hill, Mass. Miami ........................................24-31-0 ..1951 ....2010, aW 45-17...Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. Virginia .......................................14-2-0 ..1992 ....2010, aW 34-14...Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ..Tallahassee, Fla. at Florida ...................................20-33-2 ..1958 ....2010, hL W31-7 ..Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (88,548)......Gainesville, Fla.

2010 In Review

Florida State Head Coach Jimbo Fisher’s inaugural campaign as leader of the Seminoles was a memorable one: a 10-4 overall record, 6-2 in the ACC, the championship of the Atlantic Division and a 26-17 win over 19thranked South Carolina in the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl...Fisher did so while overcoming an injury to starting QB Christian Ponder...The 10-4 mark was the third-best in ACC history by a first-year head coach and Fisher’s team was ranked 17th nationally (AP) at season’s end, Florida State’s highest final ranking since 2004...FSU made its 29th consecutive bowl trip and earned its 34th straight winning season...Fisher was chosen by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) as their Freshman Coach of the Year... Senior G Rodney Hudson earned unanimous first-team All-America honors and became the 11th player in ACC history to capture the Jacobs Blocking Trophy twice...Ponder, who completed 61.4 percent of his passes for 2,044 yards and 20 TDs, was named the ACC’s Football Scholar-Athlete of Year and one of National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athletes...Ponder, who ranked 3rd in the league in pass efficiency, was the 12th player selected in the 2011 NFL draft...For the second straight year sophomore QB EJ Manuel guided FSU to a pair of wins late in the year after Ponder suffered an arm injury, leading the ‘Noles to wins over Clemson and South Carolina... Sophomore DE Brandon Jenkins earned 2nd-team All-America honors and first-team All-ACC accolades, finishing 6th nationally in QB sacks (13.5) and 11th in TFLs (21.5)...Freshman CB Xavier Rhodes was the ACC’s Defensive Rookie of the Year and a first-team Freshman All-America (FWAA) after finishing 3rd in the league in passes defended (16)...Rhodes and senior C Ryan McMahon were both named 2nd-team All-ACC...Sophomore CB Greg Reid, who finished 10th nationally in passes defended (17), was named Honorable Mention All-ACC...Sophomore PK Dustin Hopkins led the ACC in scoring, totalling 119 points and recorded the longest walk-off field goal in ACC history with a game-winning 55-yarder against Clemson.

Who’s Gone

In numbers, Florida State’s losses to graduation were fairly minor; losing just seven starters, four on offense and three defense. But the ‘Noles lose a quartet on offense--Ponder, Hudson, McMahon and WR Taiwan Easterling--who combined to start a staggering 162 games between them. McMahon (53) and Hudson (48) were the leaders of an offensive line that was the strength of FSU’s offense, Ponder ended his career ranked 21st on the ACC’s career total offense list (7,705 yards), 3rd-best in FSU’s storied history while Easterling, who opted to leave early for professional baseball, was FSU’s second-leading receiver last fall with 43 catches...Defensively the ‘Noles will be without 2nd-leading tackler LB Kendall Smith (97 hits), DE Markus White (8.0 sacks), as well as LB Mister Alexander (56 tackles, 5.5 TFL).

2011 Preview

Fisher welcomes back an ACC-high 57 lettermen and 17 starters, led by QB EJ Manuel, who recorded a pass efficiency rating of 138.07 in his first two seasons as Ponder’s fill-in, while completing 67.3 percent of his passes for 1,678 yards and 6 TDs ...A dual threat, Manuel also has rushed for 366 yards and 3 TDs)...He will also have a bevy of weapons at his disposal as the Seminoles return their top three rushers in TBs Chris Thompson (845), Ty Jones (527) and Jermaine Thomas (490), who combined to run for 1,862 yards, a 6.1 per-carry average and 17 TDs last fall....Also on hand are 10 of the top 11 receivers from a year ago, led by the WRs Bert Reed (58 catches), Willie Haulstead (38) and Rodney Smith (31), and starting TE Beau Reliford (17 catches)... FSU’s biggest project offensively is to fill the two gaping holes left in its front wall by the departures of Hudson and McMahon...Three starters return in LT Andrew Datko (36), RT Zebrie Sanders (37) and LG David Spurlock (28) who combined for 101 starts...JUCO transfer Jacob Fahrenkrug ended spring as the starting center, while sophomore Bryan Stork, who started the last four games of 2010, is the leader at RG....PK Dustin Hopkins returns for his third season after making 22 of 28 FGs last fall and all 53 PATs...P Shawn Powell (44.3) also returns for his senior season... Coordinator Mark Stoops’ defense was the most improved area for the Seminoles in 2010, ranking 3rd nationally in QB sacks and 21st in tackles for loss...With an influx of promising young talent this unit should only get better...Jenkins, a pass rushing force, leads a line which also returns DTs Jacobbi McDaniel, Anthony McCloud and Everett Dawkins, all of whom started seven or more games last year...Highly-regarded JUCO transfer DE Cornelius “Tank” Carradine will compete with DEs Bjoern Werner (3.5 sacks), Dan Hicks and Toshmon Stevens for playing time...At linebacker, only leading tackler Nigel Bradham returns as a starter, but several promising young players saw playing time in 2010 including Christian Jones, Jeff Luc, Telvin Smith and Vince Williams....All four starters return to the secondary, led by the CB tandem of Xavier Rhodes and Greg Reid, who combined for 33 defended passes, the most of any CB tandem in the nation... Both starting safeties also return in Nick Moody (79 tackles) and Terrance Parks (44 hits, 6 deflections), but Lamarcus Joyner (23 tackles) moved ahead of Moody in spring practice and reserve CB Mike Harris (41 tackles, 4 INTs) is also an excellent option.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (17) OFFENSE (7)............ .......... 2010 . Career Pos. Name ........................Starts ...Starts WR Bert Reed, Sr. .................. 12 ......... 15 WR Rodney Smith, So. ............ 8 ........... 8 LT Andrew Datko, Sr. .......... 11 ......... 36 RG David Spurlock, Sr............ 7 ......... 28 RT Zebrie Sanders, Sr.. ......... 14 ......... 37 TE Beau Reliford, Sr. ........... 10 ......... 15 RB *Jermaine Thomas, Sr....... 8 ......... 18 RB *Chris Thompson, Jr. ........ 6 ........... 6 DEFENSE (8) ...................... 2010 Career Pos. Name .......................Starts ..Starts DE Brandon Jenkins, Jr. ........ 14 ......... 14 DT Jacobbi McDaniel, Jr. ..... 14 ......... 26 DT *Anthony McCloud, Jr. .... 7 ........... 7 DT *Everett Dawkins, Jr. ........ 7 ......... 14 WLB Nigel Bradham Sr. .......... 14 ......... 27 CB Greg Reid, Jr. .................. 14 ......... 14 CB Xavier Rhodes, So. ......... 14 ......... 14 S Nick Moody, Jr. .............. 12 ......... 14 S Terrance Parks, Sr. .......... 14 ......... 14 * Shared starting position SPECIALISTS (2) ............... 2010 . Career Pos. Name .......................Starts ...Starts PK Dustin Hopkins, Jr. ........ 14 ......... 27 P Shawn Powell, Sr. .......... 14 ......... 27

Starters Lost (7)

OFFENSE (4) ..................... 2010 Career Pos. Name .......................Starts ..Starts WR Taiwan Easterling ........... 13 ......... 27 LG Rodney Hudson .............. 14 ......... 48 C Ryan McMahon.. ............ 14 ......... 53 QB Christian Ponder. ............ 12 ......... 34 DEFENSE (3) ...................... 2010 Career Pos. Name .......................Starts ...Starts DE Markus White. ................ 14 ......... 26 MLB Kendall Smith................. 14 ......... 30 OLB Mister Alexander ............ 14 ......... 14 SPECIALISTS (0) ............... 2010 . Career Pos. Name .......................Starts ...Starts

Quick Facts

Location ...................Tallahassee, Fla. 32316 Founded ................................................. 1851 Enrollment .......................................... 40,838 President ............................ Dr. Eric J. Barron Director of Athletics .............Randy Spetman Stadium ...............Doak S. Campbell Stadium Capacity .............................................. 82,300 2010 Overall Record............................... 10-4 2010 ACC Record..................................... 6-2 2010 ACC Finish .. Atlantic Division Champions

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Florida State Seminoles Lettermen Returning .....................57 Off. Lettermen Returning .............27 Def. Lettermen Returning ............26 Specialist Lettermen Ret. ...............4 Lettermen Lost ...............................13 Off. Lettermen Lost........................7 Def. Lettermen Lost .......................6 Specialist Lettermen Lost...............0

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ......................304 % Rushing Returning .....................926 % Receiving Returning ..................820 % Receiving Yards Returning. .......807 % Scoring Returning ......................877 % Kickoff Returns.......................1.000 % Punt Returns............................1.000 % Tackles Returning ......................653 % Turnovers Forced .......................756

Numbers and Notes

3 - With DE Brandon Jenkins leading the way, Florida State ranked 3rd nationally in 2010 in QB sacks, averaging 3.43 per game. Jenkins ranked 6th nationally with 13.5 sacks. 24 - Florida State’s 26-17 win over South Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Bowl was its 24th bowl victory and increased its bowl record to 24-14-2 (.625), the 5th-best winning percentage in the nation. 29 - Florida State has the nation’s longest current consecutive bowl participation streak. FSU’s trip to the Chick-fil-A Bowl last year was its 29th straight bowl trip. 33 - The number of passes defended by the Florida State CB tandem of sophomore Greg Reid (17) and freshman Xavier Rhodes (16) in 2010. That’s the most of any pair of cornerbacks in the nation. 138.07 - The pass efficiency rating of Florida State junior QB EJ Manuel in his first two seasons with the Seminoles. Manuel has completed 67.3 percent of his passes and has 2,044 yards of total offense and 9 TDR while compiling a 4-2 record as a starter. 1141 - Senior WR Bert Reed ranks 2nd among all rreturning ACC receivers with 141 career receptitions. Reed already ranks 6th on the Florida State ccareer receiving list, trailing only Ron Sellers ((212), Peter Warrick (207), Kez McCorvey (189), E E.G. Green (166) and Greg Carr (148) on the FSU ccareer receiving list. 11,000 - RB Chris Thompson topped the 1,000yyard mark in combination yardage (rushing & rreceiving) in 2010 for the Seminoles. Thompson rran for 845 yards and a 6.3 average and caught 19 ppasses for another 155 yards for a total of exactly 11,000 combo yards.


Florida State Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster RUSHING .......................................................... Att......... TD ....... Avg.....Yards 1. Warrick Dunn (1993-96) ...........................575.......... 37 ........6.89......3959 2. Greg Allen (1981-84) ................................624.......... 44 ........6.04......3769 3. Travis Minor (1997-00).............................664.......... 28 ........4.85......3218 4. Larry Key (1974-77) .................................625.......... 13 ........4.72......2953 5. Sammie Smith (1985-88) ..........................411.......... 15 ........6.18......2539 6. Greg Jones (2000-03) ................................480.......... 23 ........5.28......2535 7. Lorenzo Booker (2003-06) .......................497.......... 15 ........4.81......2389 8. Antone Smith (2005-08) ...........................493.......... 26 ........4.57......2255 9. Mark Lyles (1976-79) ...............................515.......... 20 ........4.31......2218 10. Sean Jackson (1990-93) ............................347.......... 13 ........6.15......2133

TOTAL OFFENSE ..................................... Rush .......... Pass ......TDR ..... Total 1. Chris Weinke (1997-00) ......................-366 .......... 9839 .......... 83 ......9473 2. Chris Rix (2001-04) ............................. 823 .......... 8390 .......... 75 ......9200 3. Drew Weatherford (2005-08) ................. 65 .......... 7411 .......... 46 ......7476 4. Christian Ponder (2007-10).................. 833 .......... 6872 .......... 59 ......7705 5. Charlie Ward (1989-93) ....................... 889 .......... 5747 .......... 59 ......6636 6. Danny Kanell (1992-95) .....................-196 .......... 6372 .......... 58 ......6176 7. Gary Huff (1970-72) ...........................-293 .......... 6378 .......... 54 ......6086 8. Thad Busby (1994-97) ..........................-33 .......... 5916 .......... 51 ......5883 9. Casey Weldon (1988-91)........................ 15 .......... 4628 .......... 43 ......4643 10. Bill Cappleman (1967-69) ..................-405 .......... 4904 .......... 40 ......4499 PASSING YARDAGE ...............................Comp-Att ...... Pct...... TD ....Yards 1. Chris Weinke (1997-00) .....................650-1107 ...... .587.......79 .......9839 2. Chris Rix (2001-04) ...........................575-1042 ...... .551.......63 .......8390 3. Drew Weatherford (2005-08) .............634-1105 ...... .573.......39 ....... 7411 4. Christian Ponder (2007-10)..................598-965 ...... .619.......49 .......6872 5. Gary Huff (1970-72) ............................436-796 ...... .547.......52 .......6378 6. Danny Kanell (1992-95) ......................529-851 ...... .621.......57 .......6372 7. Thad Busby (1994-97) .........................411-694 ...... .592.......46 .......5916 8. Charlie Ward (1989-93) .......................473-769 ...... .615.......49 .......5747 9. Bill Cappleman (1967-69) ...................349-636 ...... .548.......39 .......4904 10. Casey Weldon (1988-91)......................323-545 ...... .592.......41 .......4628

RECEPTIONS ................................................Yards........ TD ...... Avg. ...... Rec. 1. Ron Sellers (1966-68) .............................3598.......... 23 ..... 16.97 ........212 2. Peter Warrick (1996-99)..........................3517.......... 31 ..... 16.99 ........207 3. Kez McCorvey (1991-94) .......................2660.......... 16 ..... 14.07 ........189 4. E.G. Green (1994-97) .............................2920.......... 29 ..... 17.59 ........166 5. Greg Carr (2005-08) ...............................2574.......... 29 ..... 17.39 ........148 6. Bert Reed (2008-**) ..............................1619............ 5 ..... 11.48 ........141 7. Chris Davis (2003-06).............................1842.......... 12 ..... 13.45 ........137 8. Mike Shumann (1973-75, 77) .................2306.......... 16 ..... 17.21 ........134 9. Warrick Dunn (1933-96) .........................1314.......... 12 ....... 9.95 ........132 Andre Cooper (1993-96) .........................1810.......... 24 ..... 13.51 ........132 De’Cody Fagg (2004-07) ........................1654............ 7 ..... 12.53 ........132

RECEIVING YARDAGE .............................Recp......... TD......... Avg.....Yards 1. Ron Sellers (1966-68) ..............................212..........23........16.97......3598 2. Peter Warrick (1996-99)...........................207..........31........16.99......3517 3. E.G. Green (1994-97) ..............................166..........29........17.59......2920 4. Kez McCorvey (1991-94) ........................189..........18........14.07......2660 5. Greg Carr (2005-08) ................................148..........29........17.39......2574 6. Barry Smith (1970-72) .............................122..........25........19.61......2392 7. Mike Shumann (1973-75, 77) ..................134..........16........17.21......2306 8. Craphonso Thorpe (2001-04) ...................123..........18........17.50......2153 9. Lawrence Dawsey (1987-90) ...................128..........20........16.63......2129 10. Jessie Hester (1981-84) ............................107..........21........19.63......2100

SCORING Points 1. Derek Schmidt (1984-87) ..................................................................... 393 2. Xavier Beitia (2001-04) ........................................................................ 375 3. Scott Bentley (1993-96) ........................................................................ 327 4. Sebastian Janikowski (1997-99) ........................................................... 323 5. Gary Cismesia (2004-07) ...................................................................... 308 6. Warrick Dunn (1993-96) ....................................................................... 294 7. Greg Allen (1981-84) ............................................................................ 278 8. Dave Cappelen (1976-79) ..................................................................... 239 9. Amp Lee (1989-91)............................................................................... 228 Peter Warrick (1996-99)........................................................................ 228

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. Name............................Pos. Ht. Wt. 41 * Chad Abram .................. DB 6-0 227 40 Jonathan Akanbi ............ DB 6-1 197 62 Austin Barron ................ OL 6-3 295 1 Kelvin Benjamin .......... WR 6-6 242 29 Eric Beverly .................. RB 5-9 220 13 *** Nigel Bradham .............. LB 6-3 240 37 * Nathan Brazeau ..............FB 5-9 210 3 * Justin Bright .................... S 6-1 190 31 * Terrence Brooks ............ DB 5-11 193 78 Shayne Broxsie ............. DE 6-2 260 42 Lamarcus Brutus ........... DB 6-0 188 91 Cornelius Carradine ...... DE 6-5 267 65 Ruben Carter ................. OL 6-5 308 14 Jacob Coker................... QB 6-5 235 8 * Chad Colley ..................... S 5-11 190 21 * Avis Commack .............. CB 6-4 203 12 Parker Conley................... P 6-5 210 42 Cory Cox .......................... S 6-1 205 94 * Darious Cummings ....... DL 6-2 293 67 *** Andrew Datko ............... OT 6-6 321 93 ** Everett Dawkins ............ DL 6-2 295 70 Kevin Dehlinger ........... OL 6-1 235 63 David Dekle .................. DT 5-11 270 64 * Dax Dellenbach ............. DS 6-1 235 6 * Gerald Demps .................. S 5-10 206 15 * Greg Dent ..................... WR 5-11 191 30 Ryan DiMarco ................FB 5-10 225 45 James Dolan ................. WR 5-10 175 75 Philip Doumar .............. DS 6-0 215 30 Dorian Earley ................ LB 6-2 215 65 Russell Eldridge ............ OL 6-3 275 98 Cameron Erving ............ DT 6-5 305 60 Jacob Fahrenkrug .............G 6-4 315 76 * Garrett Faircloth ............ OT 6-7 295 39 Jared Fenton .................. CB 5-11 190 72 Daniel Foose ................. OL 6-6 290 4 Devonta Freeman .......... RB 5-8 200 78 Ben Gatewood............... OL 6-6 280 19 * Josh Gehres .................. WR 6-3 202 11 Ethan Gilbert ................. QB 5-11 175 13 Rashad Gholston ........... DB 5-10 167 89 Christian Green ............ WR 6-2 205 80 Rashad Greene ............. WR 6-0 175 72 Roland Gutierrez ........... DT 6-1 255 12 * Jarred Haggins ............. WR 6-1 191 43 Glenn Hall ..................... LB 6-0 196 46 Joe Harmon ............ TE/WR 6-2 200 1 * Mike Harris ................... CB 5-11 195 51 Bobby Hart .................... OL 6-5 303 82 * Willie Haulstead ........... WR 6-3 213 70 Sean Hector .......DE/TE/OT 6-3 220 58 * Dan Hicks...................... DE 6-4 270 18 ** Dustin Hopkins ................K 6-2 190 30 Tyler Hunter .................. DB 6-0 200 63 Tre Jackson ................... OL 6-4 310 26 Arrington Jenkins .......... LB 6-2 225 49 ** Brandon Jenkins ............ DE 6-3 265 8 Timmy Jernigan ............ DT 6-2 297 46 * Jonathan Johnson ...........TE 6-7 265 7 * Christian Jones .............. LB 6-4 240 33 ** Ty Jones ........................ RB 5-10 210 20 * Lamarcus Joyner .............. S 5-8 204 29 Lennox Kennedy ........... CB 5-9 183 99 Nile Lawrence-Stample DE 6-1 297

2011 Alphabetical Roster Cl. ..................... Hometown So. ................. Lakeland, Fla. So. ...................Orlando, Fla. Fr. ....... Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fr. ..............Belle Glade, Fla. Ft. ............. Jacksonville, Fla. Sr. ...........Crawfordville, Fla. Sr. .............. Brooksville, Fla. So.-R ...............Duncan, S.C. So. ............... Dunnellon, Fla. Fr. ............... Monticello, Fla. Fr. ...........Port St. Lucie, Fla. Jr. .............. Cincinnati, Ohio Fr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Fr. .....................Mobile, Ala. Sr.-R ..........Gulf Breeze, Fla. Jr.-R ......... Jacksonville, Fla. Fr.-R ...............Norcross, Ga. Jr. ............ Blountstown, Fla. So. .................Titusville, Fla. Sr. ..................... Weston, Fla. Jr.-R .........Spartanburg, S.C. So. ..................... Destin, Fla. Jr. ...........Crawfordville, Fla. Jr. ..........Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. So.-R ...............Valdosta, Ga. So. .............Belle Glade, Fla. So. ..........Port St. Lucie, Fla. Fr-R.... Fort Lauderdale, Fla. So. ..................... Jupiter, Fla. So. ..........St. Petersburg, Fla. So. ............ Jacksonville, Fla. Fr.-R ............... Moultrie, Ga. Jr. ......... Robbinsdale, Minn. So. ............... Brunswick, Ga. Jr. ..................St. Cloud, Fla. Fr.-R ...............Paramus, N.J. Fr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Fr.-R ......... Jacksonville, Fla. So.-R ..........Tallahassee, Fla. So. ..................Palmetto, Fla. So. .......Miami Gardens, Fla. Fr.-R .................. Tampa, Fla. Fr. ......................Albany. Ga. Fr. ....................Orlando, Fla. So. ................ Lakeland, Fla. Fr.-R .................. Miami, Fla. Fr.-R .............. Gonzales, Fla. Sr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Fr. ................ Lauderhill, Fla. Jr. ..................Titusville, Fla. Fr.-R ......... Jacksonville, Fla. So.-R ..............Oxford, Miss. Jr. ................ Houston, Texas Fr. ....................Valdosta, Ga. Fr. .......................Jessup, Ga. Fr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Jr. ...............Tallahassee, Fla. Fr. ................. Lake City, Fla. Jr. .............. Sanford, Fla. So. .............Winter Park, Fla. Sr. ...................... Tampa, Fla. So. .........Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Fr.-R ................Orlando, Fla. Fr. ....................... Davie, Fla.

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No. 85 *** 74 53 48 * 3 ** 70 97 * 92 * 90 *** 55 ** 56 20 10 ** 87 37 43 12 35 57 59 * 4 ** 56 43 45 *** 56 26 24 ** 14 83 *** 5 ** 88 ** 69 * 27 * 35 77 *** 73 ** 16 * 47 81 * 21 * 37 84 ** 22 * 24 61 * 79 *** 66 * 96 ** 52 * 76 28 38 *** 75 23 ** 54 32 9 44 39 15 74 95 * 32 44 9 11 **

Name............................Pos. Ja’Baris Little .................TE Darren Logozzo ......OL/DL Sterling Lovelady .......... OL Jeff Luc ......................... LB EJ Manuel ..................... QB Josue Matias .................. OL Demonte McAllister...... DL Anthony McCloud ........ DT Moses McCray .............. DT Jacobbi McDaniel ......... DT Derrick Mitchell ............ DT Daniel Monroe .............. RB Nick Moody ..................... S Giorgio Newberry ......... DE Jacob Newcott ............... DB Franklin Nicholas .......... DS Andrew Nowels ............ QB Nick O’Leary .................TE Holmes Onwukaife ....... LB Henry Orelus ....................G Terrance Parks .................. S Trey Pettis ..................... OL Anthony Porterfield .......TE Shawn Powell................... P Mickel Pringle............... LB Xavier Pryce.................. CB Lonnie Pryor ................. RB Ridge Read .................... QB Bert Reed ..................... WR Greg Reid ...................... CB Beau Reliford ................TE Chris Revell .................. DS Xavier Rhodes............... CB Gerald Rogers .............. WR Zebrie Sanders .............. OT Rhonne Sanderson ........ OT Will Secord ................... QB Tank Sessions .................TE Kenny Shaw ................. WR Debrale Smiley.............. RB Keelin Smith ................. DB Rodney Smith............... WR Telvin Smith .................. LB Terrance Smith .............. LB Blake Snider .....................G David Spurlock ................G Jacob Stanley ...................C Toshmon Stevens .......... DE Bryan Stork ......................G Trey Sumner ................OLB Nigel Terrell .................. LB Jermaine Thomas .......... RB Hunter Thomason.......... OL Chris Thompson ............ RB Tim Thompson .............. DB Sean Tidmus .................. LB Clint Trickett ................. QB Will Tye ..........................TE David Tyrrell ................ WR Nick Waisome ............... DB Jonathan Wallace.............. T Bjoern Werner ............... DE James Wilder Jr. ............ RB Derek Williams ................ P Karlos Williams ............ DB Vince Williams .............. LB

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-6 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-6 6-0 6-2 5-8 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-6 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-7 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1

Wt. 245 240 285 245 245 320 285 311 316 297 305 205 224 255 185 190 224 240 245 295 215 310 231 235 222 194 230 191 183 186 260 195 215 145 307 295 214 252 170 230 190 216 216 220 295 308 280 235 299 215 230 192 245 190 187 217 180 245 200 175 284 273 220 195 220 240

Cl. ..................... Hometown Sr. ...............Tallahassee, Fla. Fr.-R .....Coconut Creek, Fla. Fr. .................... Navarre, Fla. So ...........Port St. Lucie, Fla. Jr.-R ......Virginia Beach, Va. Fr. ............... Union City, N.J. So.-R ................. Tampa, Fla. Jr. ............. Thomasville, Ga. Jr.-R .................. Tampa, Fla. Jr. ................ Greenville, Fla. Fr. ............. Jacksonville, Fla. Fr.-R .................. Miami, Fla. Jr.-R ................Wyncote, Pa. Fr. ............... Fort Pierce, Fla. So. ................. Harmony, Fla. So. ..................... Tampa, Fla. Sr. ...................... Bellair, Fla. Fr. ..............Palm Beach, Fla. Fr.-R ........ Cedar Park, Texas So.-R .........Belle Glade, Fla. Sr. ....................Fairburn, Ga. Fr. .................... DeLand, Fla. So. ................Pensacola, Fla. Sr. ........................Rome, Ga. So. ............. Loxhatchee, Fla. Jr. ...................... Miami, Fla. Jr. ............. Okeechobee, Fla. Jr. .............Panama City, Fla. Sr.-R ........Panama City, Fla. Jr. ....................Valdosta, Ga. Sr. ..........Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. So. ..............Tallahassee, Fla. So.-R ................. Miami, Fla. So. ............ Jacksonville, Fla. Sr. ................... Dayton, Ohio Jr.-R .................. Tampa, Fla. So.-R ...............Frisco, Texas Fr-.R.................Decatur, Ga. So. ...................Orlando, Fla. Jr. ......... Thomasville, Ga. Fr. ..................Ft. Pierce, Fla. Jr. ...................... Miami, Fla. So ....................Valdosta, Ga. Fr. .....................Decatur, Ga. So.-R .............Anniston, Ala. Sr. ........ Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sr. ............. Jacksonville, Fla. Jr.-R ....... Pomona Park, Fla. So.-R ......... Vero Beach, Fla. Jr. ............. Jacksonville, Fla. Fr.-R ................ Pelham, Ala. Sr. ............. Jacksonville, Fla. Fr.-R .......St. Petersburg, Fla. Jr. ................ Greenville, Fla. Jr. .................... Apopka, Fla. Fr.-R ..... Winter Garden, Fla. Fr.-R ...........Tallahassee, Fla. Fr.-R ......Middletown, Conn. Fr-R............Cape Coral, Fla. Fr. ................ Groveland, Fla. So. ............ Jacksonville, Fla. So. ............. Berlin, Germany Fr. ...................... Tampa, Fla. Fr.-R ...... Peachtree City, Ga. Fr. ................ Davenport, Fla. Jr.-R ............ Davenport, Fla.


Florida State Coaches and Records Jimbo Fisher Head Coach (Salem College ‘89) Record at Florida State: 10-4, (.714) 1 Year Overall: 10-4, (.714), 1 Year Born: October 9, 1965 IIn his first season as Florida State’s ninth head football coach, Jimbo Fisher restored the Semif noles to national prominence, guiding them to n a 10-4 overall record, the championship of the ACC’s Atlantic Division and a win over 19thA ranked South Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. r FSU finished the year ranked 16th by AP and F 17th by the USA Today Coaches poll and the 1 10 1 triumphs were the most for the Seminoles since 2003. Fisher’s record as a rookie head coach was the third-best in ACC history for a first-year head coach. He quickly followed that up with a 2011 recruiting class ranked either first or second nationally by ESPN. com, Scout.com and Rivals.com. Florida State formally named Fisher, previously FSU’s offensive coordinator, to succeed the legendary Bobby Bowden on Jan. 5, 2010. Fisher had spent the past three seasons as FSU’s offensive coordinator and two years as its head coach-in-waiting. He came to the Seminoles after seven seasons (2000-2006) at LSU as offensive coordinator, helping the Tigers to the 2003 BCS National Championship. His offenses at Florida State and at LSU have been ranked highly nationally, and he has earned a reputation as a developer of standout quarterbacks, including Christian Ponder, who led the ACC in total offense in 2009. Under his direction, FSU has developed a balanced offensive attack and an aggressive, attacking defense. The Seminoles were second in the ACC in total offense in 2009, averaging 420.5 yards per game; and ranked 3rd nationally in 2010 in quarterback sacks. While at LSU he coached five quarterbacks who were selected in the NFL Draft and he helped the Tigers to 70 wins (70-20 overall record) - the best seven-year victory total in the program’s storied history. LSU also made three BCS Bowl appearances in that stretch. Fisher coached the only two 3,000-yard career passers in LSU history in JaMarcus Russell and Rohan Davey. He also coached the only 3,000-yard career passer in Auburn history in Damyeune Craig. In 2001, Fisher was named a finalist for the prestigious Frank Broyles Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top assistant football coach. Fisher began his 22-year coaching career as a graduate assistant at Samford with Terry Bowden in 1988, became offensive coordinator in 1991 and moved with the younger Bowden to Auburn as quarterbacks coach for the 1993-98 seasons. In 1999 he served one year as the offensive coordinator at Cincinnati, where the Bearcats’ offense was ranked 16th nationally. A 1989 graduate of Salem College, Fisher played quarterback collegiately for Terry Bowden at both Salem and Samford University. At Samford in 1987, he set a school record with 34 touchdown passes and was named the Division III National Player of the Year.

Florida State Coaches and Records OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Head Coach Ed Williamson ...........(1) Don Veller..................(5) Tom Nugent ...............(6) Perry Moss .................(1) Bill Peterson ............(11) Larry Jones ................(3) Darrell Mudra ............(2) Bobby Bowden ........(34) Jimbo Fisher ..............(1)

L 5 12 28 6 42 19 18 97 4

T 0 1 1 0 11 0 0 4 0

Pct .000 .716 .548 .400 .587 .441 .182 .763 .714

L 27 2

T 0 0

L 10 2 2 0 0 1

T Pct 1 .682 1 .375 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bobby Bowden...........(18) Jimbo Fisher .................(1)

Years W 1992-2009 118 2010 6

Pct .814 750

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls Bobby Bowden....................................(33) Bill Peterson ..........................................(4) Tom Nugent ..........................................(2) Jimbo Fisher ..........................................(1) Don Veller .............................................(1) Larry Jones ............................................(1) (Based on Appearances)

- SEMINOLES ASSISTANT COACHES James Coley (Florida State ‘97) ................................Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends Dameyune Craig (Auburn ‘02) ............................Recruiting Coordinator/Quarterbacks Lawrence Dawsey (Florida State ‘91) ................................................... Wide Receivers D. J. Eliot (Wyoming ‘99)...................................................................... Defensive Ends Eddie Gran (Cal Lutheran ‘87) ...... Assoc. Head Coach/Special Teams/Running Backs Odell Haggins (Florida State ‘93) ...................................................... Defensive Tackles Greg Hudson (Notre Dame ‘90) ............... Assistant Head Coach Defense/Linebackers Mark Stoops (Iowa ‘89) ............................................Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Rick Trickett (Glenville ‘72)................. Assistant Head Coach Offense/Offensive Line

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Years W 1947 0 1948-1952 31 1953-1958 34 1959 4 1960-1970 62 1971-1973 15 1974-1975 4 1976-2009 316 2010 10

W 22 1 0 1 1 0

Jimbo Fisher Versus ACC Schools: *Includes ACC Champinoship vs. Boston College .......................................... 1-0 vs. Clemson ..................................................... 1-0 vs. Maryland ................................................... 1-0 vs. Miami ........................................................ 1-0 vs. North Carolina ........................................... 0-1 vs. NC State .................................................... 0-1 vs. Virginia ...................................................... 1-0 vs. Virginia Tech* ........................................... 0-1 vs. Wake Forest ............................................... 1-0


Florida State 2010 Statistics 2010 Florida State Results (10-4, 6-2 ACC; Atlantic Division Champion) Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att.

FSU AP USA

Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO

S4 ...........W, 59-6....Samford 68,438 20 20 S11 ........L, 17-47....at Oklahoma 85,630 17 18 10 S18 .......W, 34-10....BYU 68,795 S25 .........W, 31-0....Wake Forest 61,647 O2.........W, 34-14....at Virginia 47,096 O9.........W, 45-17....at Miami 75,115 23 24 13 O16.......W, 24-19....Boston College 75,301 16 17 O28........L, 24-28....at NC State 56,807 16 15 N6..........L, 35-37....North Carolina 70,157 24 24 N13.......W, 16-13....Clemson 72,228 N20.......W, 30-16....at Maryland 48,115 N27.........W, 31-7....Florida 82,324 22 21 D4..........L, 33-44....Virginia Tech 72,379 20 20 12 ACC Championship Game at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, N.C.) D31.......W, 26-17....South Carolina 72,217 23 23 19

TEAM STATISTICS..............FSU OPP SCORING ................................. 439 275 Points Per Game..................... 31.4 19.6 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 274 280 Rushing ................................... 120 114 Passing .................................... 134 135 Penalty....................................... 20 31 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 2400 1802 Yards gained rushing ............. 2767 2247 Yards lost rushing .................... 367 445 Rushing Attempts .................... 501 529 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.8 3.4 Average Per Game................ 171.4 128.7 TDs Rushing ............................. 27 12 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 2938 3150 Comp-Att-Int...............250-397-13 278-477-15 Average Per Pass ...................... 7.4 6.6 Average Per Catch .................. 11.8 11.3 Average Per Game................ 209.9 225.0 TDs Passing............................... 24 17 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 5338 4952 Total Plays ............................... 898 1006 Average Per Play ...................... 5.9 4.9 Average Per Game................ 381.3 353.7 KICK RETURNS............... 57-1169 39-837 PUNT RETURNS ................ 32-318 21-143 INT RETURNS .................... 15-185 13-159 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 20.5 21.5 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 9.9 6.8 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 12.3 12.2 FUMBLES-LOST .................. 25-10 23-12 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 88-808 98-775 Average Per Game.................. 57.7 55.4 PUNTS-Yards .................... 50-2214 65-2669 Average Per Punt .................... 44.3 41.1 Net punt average .................... 39.0 35.6 TOP/Game ............................ 29:51 30:09 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 88/185 93/222 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 48% 42% 4TH-DOWN Conv. .................. 8/11 12/26 4th-Down Pct ......................... 73% 46% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 48-264 27-153 MISC YARDS ............................... 1 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 53 31 FIELD GOALS-ATT.............. 22-28 20-24 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-1 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 55-64 36-48 RED-ZONE TDS ................... 38-64 21-48 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 53-53 29-31 ATTENDANCE .................. 498890 312763 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/71270 5/62553 Neutral Site Games .......... 2/72298 2/72298

10 14 11

185 123 278 201 256 298 141 177 110 97 151 112 53

296 222 149 284 172 173 170 196 264 210 203 221 288

481 345 427 485 428 471 311 373 374 307 354 333 341

22-27-2 15-36-2 14-21-0 26-39-0 17-29-0 12-21-1 19-31-3 17-28-0 24-35-0 15-25-1 17-27-1 16-24-0 23-32-2

2 3 1 2 1 1 4 2 0 2 2 0 2

77 93 76 103 25 189 171 189 34 152 163 212 179

223 394 115 82 279 235 95 178 439 239 269 64 263

300 487 191 185 304 424 266 367 473 391 432 276 442

27-39-1 32-42-0 16-35-1 11-17-1 21-39-2 20-49-1 9-24-0 18-28-1 24-35-0 28-44-2 25-45-2 8-16-1 18-28-0

1 1 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 2 4 4 0

20

218

90

308

12-21-1

1

139

275

414

21-36-3

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RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Chris Thompson .........134 845 6 90 6.3 Ty Jones .......................87 527 5 57 6.1 Jermaine Thomas .........86 490 6 70 5.7 Christian Ponder.........100 180 4 18 1.8 EJ Manuel ....................41 170 1 32 4.1 Lonnie Pryor ................23 112 4 25 4.9 Bert Reed .......................6 53 1 42 8.8 Debrale Smiley...............5 28 0 11 5.6 Greg Reid .......................2 14 0 8 7.0 A.J. Alexander................3 12 0 10 4.0 Willie Haulstead .............0 6 0 0 0.0 Matthew Dunham...........1 5 0 5 5.0 Kendall Smith ................1 0 0 0 0.0 Taiwan Easterling...........1 -8 0 0 -8.0 Greg Dent .......................1 -16 0 0 -16.0 TEAM ..........................10 -18 0 0 -1.8 Total.......... .................501 2400 27 90 4.8 Opponents...... ...........529 1802 12 72 3.4 PASSING........Cmp. Christian Ponder....... 184 EJ Manuel .................. 65 TEAM .......................... 0 Bert Reed ..................... 0 Shawn Powell............... 1 Total.......... ............... 250 Opponents...... ......... 278

Att. Int. Pct. TD Yds. 299 8 61.5 20 2044 93 4 69.9 4 861 3 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 1 0 100.0 0 33 397 13 63.0 24 2938 477 15 58.3 17 3150

RECEIVING ......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Bert Reed .................. 58 614 2 44 10.6 Taiwan Easterling...... 43 551 5 47 12.8 Willie Haulstead ........ 38 587 6 41 15.4 Rodney Smith............ 31 448 3 53 14.5 Chris Thompson ........ 19 155 1 20 8.2 Beau Reliford ............ 17 198 1 19 11.6 Jermaine Thomas ...... 12 134 1 21 11.2 Lonnie Pryor ............. 12 69 3 14 5.8 Ty Jones ...................... 7 45 1 14 6.4 Kenny Shaw ................ 3 36 1 23 12.0 Josh Gehres ................. 3 26 0 18 8.7 A.J. Alexander............. 2 15 0 18 7.5 Mike Harris ................. 1 33 0 33 33.0 Greg Dent .................... 1 12 0 12 12.0 Debrale Smiley............ 1 6 0 6 6.0 Ja’Baris Little .............. 1 5 0 5 5.0 Jarred Haggins ............ 1 4 0 4 4.0 Total.......... .............. 250 2938 24 53 11.8 Opponents...... ........ 278 3150 17 76 11.3 PUNTING ............. No. Shawn Powell................50 Total.......... ....................50 Opponents...... ..............65

Yds. 2214 2214 2669

Lg. Blk. Avg. 66 0 44.3 66 0 44.3 60 1 41.1

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Greg Reid ......................31 314 1 74 10.1 Chris Thompson ..............1 4 0 0 4.0 Total.......... ....................32 318 1 74 9.9 Opponents...... ..............21 143 0 37 6.8

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KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Greg Reid ................. 31 742 0 55 23.9 Lamarcus Joyner ...... 16 329 0 42 20.6 Lonnie Pryor .............. 6 43 0 14 7.2 Chris Thompson ......... 2 33 0 18 16.5 Bert Reed ................... 1 12 0 12 12.0 Vince Williams ........... 1 10 0 10 10.0 Total.......... ............... 57 1169 0 55 20.5 Opponents...... ......... 39 837 0 62 21.5 SCORING ....................... TD Dustin Hopkins ....................0 Lonnie Pryor ........................7 Chris Thompson ...................7 Jermaine Thomas .................7 Ty Jones ...............................6 Willie Haulstead ...................6 Taiwan Easterling.................5 Christian Ponder...................4 Rodney Smith.......................3 Bert Reed .............................3 Greg Reid .............................1 EJ Manuel ............................1 Beau Reliford .......................1 Kenny Shaw .........................1 Nick Moody .........................1 Nigel Bradham .....................0 Total.......... .........................53 Opponents...... ...................31 TACKLES ......................... Solo Nigel Bradham ...................... 54 Kendall Smith ....................... 55 Nick Moody .......................... 44 Greg Reid .............................. 54 Markus White........................ 40 Brandon Jenkins .................... 42 Xavier Rhodes....................... 49 Mister Alexander................... 42 Terrance Parks ....................... 29 Mike Harris ........................... 33 Everett Dawkins .................... 20 Anthony McCloud ................ 18 Jacobbi McDaniel ................. 15 Lamarcus Joyner ................... 18 Bjoern Werner ......................... 8 Telvin Smith .......................... 13 Dan Hicks.............................. 13 Vince Williams ...................... 10 Christian Jones .......................11 Demonte McAllister................ 8 Ochuko Jenije........................ 10 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Xavier Rhodes................. 4 Mike Harris ..................... 4 Greg Reid ........................ 3 Kendall Smith ................. 1 Lamarcus Joyner ............. 1 Jacobbi McDaniel ........... 1 Nick Moody .................... 1 Total.......... .................... 15 Opponents...... .............. 13

FGs PAT 22 53 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 22 53 20 29 Ast. 44 42 35 11 24 21 9 14 15 8 19 17 16 5 12 5 5 7 6 8 6 Yds. 40 12 28 4 5 0 96 185 159

Pts. 119 42 42 42 36 36 30 24 18 18 6 6 6 6 6 2 439 275 Tot. 98 97 79 65 64 63 58 56 44 41 39 35 31 23 20 18 18 17 17 16 16

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

Lg. 23 10 28 4 5 0 96 96 43


Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2011 Georgia Tech Schedule Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 10 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Opponent .................................Record Western Carolina (ESPN3.com), 7:30 pm...4-0-0 at Middle Tennessee (ESPN3.com), 7 pm ..1-0-0 Kansas (RSN), 12:30 pm ................. 1-1-0 North Carolina ..........................25-18-3 at NC State ................................... 17-10 Maryland .....................................13-6-0 at Virginia..................................16-16-1 at Miami .....................................10-6-0 Clemson....................................*48-25-2 Virginia Tech (ESPN), 8 pm .........3-5-0 at Duke ......................................47-30-1 Georgia......................................39-61-5

Series Began 1985 2010 1948 1915 1918 1988 1965 1955 1898 1990 1933 1893

Last Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ..........................Site 1994, hW45-26 ...Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga. 2010, hW 42-14 .Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium (30,788) ..Murfreesboro, Tenn. 2010, aL 28-25 ....Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga. 2010, aW 30-24...Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga. 2010, hL 45-28 ....Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) .........Raleigh, N.C. 2007, aL 28-26......Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga. 2010, hW33-21 ...Scott Stadium (61,500) ......................Charlottesville, Va.. 2010, hL 35-10 ....Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ..................Miami, Fla. 2010, aL 27-13 ....Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga. 2010, aL 28-21 ....Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga. 2010, hW 30-20 ..Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) .......Durham, N.C. 2010, aL 42-34 ....Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)..........Atlanta, Ga.

* 2009 ACC Championship Game vacated in Tech’s record versus Clemson

2010 In Review

After compiling a sparkling 19-7 record in his first two years on the Flats--two of the best seasons in Tech history--head coach Paul Johnson’s Jackets, hampered by key injuries, untimely turnovers and defensive lapses, slipped to 6-7 overall, and 4-4 in the ACC...A late-season broken arm suffered by record-setting QB Joshua Nesbitt led to Tech dropping four of its final five games, including a 14-7 defeat to Air Force in the Advocare V100 Independence Bowl, the Jackets’ 14th consecutive bowl appearance...Despite the injury, Nesbitt became the ACC career leader for quarterbacks in rushing yardage (2,806) and touchdowns (35) and was on pace to record his second straight 1,000-yard rushing campaign...Backup QB Tevin Washington stepped in and moved the offense well--Tech led the nation in rushing by averaging an ACC-record 323.3 yards per game-but the Jackets also averaged three miscues a contest over their final four games, as opposed to an 1.6 average in the first nine... BB Anthony Allen earned first-team All-ACC honors after rushing for an ACC-high 1,316 yards and a 5.5 yards-per-carry average...C Sean Bedford also earned first-team All-ACC accolades while G Omoregie Uzzi was named a second-team AllACC selection... Two other Tech players earned Freshman AllAmerica recognition: G Will Jackson and S Isaiah Johnson. Who’s Gone The Jackets lose a total of 12 starters, five on offense, six on defense and PK Scott Blair... In addition to losing Nesbitt, Allen, Bedford and WR Kevin Cone on offense, T Nick Claytor opted to enter the NFL draft forgoing his final year of eligibility...On defense, the Jackets will be without six of their top nine tacklers including ILB Brad Jefferson (84 hits), OLB Anthony Egbuniwe (61 tackles) and all four starting members of its secondary in CBs Mario Butler and Dominique Reese as well as both safeties Mario Edwards and Jerrard Tarrant. Tarrant, who had 5 returns for touchdowns in his two-year collegiate career, was also an NFL draft early entry.

2011 Preview

Johnson welcomes back 42 returning lettermen including 12 starters, six on offense and five on defense...Offensively, much of Tech’s success will depend on the replacements for Nesbitt and Allen...Washington and redshirt freshman Synjyn Days ended spring as the co-leaders at quarterback and will continue that competition this fall, possibly with additional competition coming from incoming freshmen QBs Vad Lee and Demond Smith ...Allen’s B-Back spot will likely go to one of four candidates in senior Preston Lyons, junior Richard Watson, redshirt freshman Charles Perkins or senior David Sims...The A-Back spots appear set with the return of both starters in senior AB Roddy Jones and junior AB Orwin Smith as well as senior AB Embry Peeples and sophomore AB B. J. Bostic...The quartet combined to run for 1,283 yards last year and a 7.8 per-carry average...The area looked upon for greatest improvement this year is the receiving corps with junior WR Stephen Hill, junior WR Daniel McKayhan, senior Tyler Melton and sophomore WR Jeremy Moore returning...Upfront the Jackets return three starters in 2nd-team All-ACC G Omoregie Uzzi and Freshman All-America Will Jackson, as well as junior T Phil Smith... Sophomores Jay Finch and Tyler Kidney came out of spring as starters at center and right tackle, respectively... Defensively, coordinator Al Groh enters his second season installing his 3-4 system and expects to see improvement...Both starting DEs return in junior Izaan Cross and senior Jason Peters along with senior DT Logan Walls to give the D-line a veteran look...Tech’s leading 2010 tackler, junior ILB Julian Burnett (89 tackles), returns to key a linebacking corps which should be improved and includes sophomore ILB Daniel Drummond, who impressed in the spring to gain a starting berth, and senior Steven Sylvester and sophomore Jeremy Attaochu at the OLB positions...Redshirt freshman Quayshawn Nealey also impressed in the spring and will be a contributor...Though no starters return, Tech does have experience in the secondary with prospective starting CBs Rod Sweating and Louis Young and safeties Rashaad Reid and Isaiah Johnson all having seen significant playing time. Sophomore CB Jemea Thomas, freshman CB Ryan Ayers and sophomore S Fred Holton are also in the mix for playing time. Sophomore Sean Poole returns as the punter, with sophomore PK Justin Moore the likely replacement for Blair.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (12)

OFFENSE (6) ........................ 2010 .Career Pos. Name ...........................Starts ...Starts WR Stephen Hill, Jr. ................... 9 .........10 T Phil Smith, Jr. ...................... 8 .........12 G Will Jackson, So. ................. 9 ...........9 G Omoregie Uzzi, Jr. ............. 13 .........13 AB Roddy Jones, Sr. ................ 13 .........39 AB Orwin Smith, Jr. .................. 7 ...........7 DEFENSE (5) ........................ 2010 .Career Pos. Name ...........................Starts ...Starts DE Izaan Cross, Jr.................... 13 .........15 DE Jason Peters, Sr. ................. 13 .........17 DT Logan Walls, Sr. ................ 12 .........23 OLB Steven Sylvester, Sr. .......... 13 .........22 ILB Julian Burnett, Jr. ................. 8 .........11

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Lettermen Returning .....................43 Offensive Lettermen Returning....21 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...19 Specialists Lettermen Ret...............3 Lettermen Lost ...............................24 Offensive Lettermen Lost ............10 Defensive Lettermen Lost ............12 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............2

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning .................... .382 % Rushing Returning ................... .482 % Receiving Returning ................ .719 % Receiving Yards Returning ...... .772 % Scoring Returning .................... .379 % Kickoff Returns.......................1.000 % Punt Returns............................. .022 % Tackles Returning .................... .592 % Turnovers Forced ..................... .476

SPECIALISTS (1) ................. 2010 .Career Numbers & Notes Pos. Name ...........................Starts ...Starts 1 - Georgia Tech’s spread option offense led the naP Sean Poole, So.. ................... 9 ...........9 tion in rushing yards per game in 2010 as the Jackets

Starters Lost (12)

OFFENSE (5) ........................ 2010 Career Pos. Name ...........................Starts ...Starts WR Kevin Cone ........................ 12 .........13 T Nick Claytor ...................... 10 .........15 C Sean Bedford ..................... 13 .........27 QB Joshua Nesbitt ..................... 9 .........34 RB Anthony Allen ................... 13 .........27 DEFENSE (6) ........................ 2010 .Career Pos. Name ...........................Starts ...Starts OLB Anthony Egbuniwe ............ 12 .........21 ILB Brad Jefferson.................... 13 .........30 CB Mario Butler. ..................... 13 .........40 CB Dominique Reese. ............. 13 .........31 S Jerrard Tarrant. .................... 9 .........19 S Mario Edwards .................. 12 .........17

averaged an ACC-record 323.3 yards per game on the ground. Tech is the first ACC team to lead the nation in rushing. 5 - B-Back Anthony Allen’s total of 1,316 yards last year put a Georgia Tech running back over 1,300 yards for the fifth straight year, It followed similar efforts by Tashard Choice in 2006 (1,473) and 2007 (1,379) and Jonathan Dwyer in 2008 (1,395) and 2009 (1,395). No other school in the nation has had a 1,300-yard rusher in each of the last five years. 7.46 - The career per-carry rushing average for Georgia Tech sophomore A-Back Roddy Jones. In three seasons, Jones has rushed for 1,388 yards on just 186 carries, an average of 7.46 yards every time he has carried from scrimmage, which is the highest of any returning running back in the ACC with 1,000 or more career rushing yards. 14 - Georgia Tech’s appearance in the 2010 Advocare

SPECIALISTS (1) ................. 2010 .Career V100 Independence Bowl was the 14th consecutive trip for the Yellow Jackets, which is tied for the Pos. Name ...........................Starts ...Starts bowl PK Scott Blair. ......................... 13 .........53 nation’s 4th-longest current bowl streak.

Quick Facts

Location .......................Atlanta, Ga. 30332 Founded ..............................................1885 Enrollment .......................................16,793 President ............. Dr. G. P. “Bud” Peterson Director of Athletics ........ Dan Radakovich Stadium .................... Bobby Dodd Stadium Capacity ...........................................55,000 2010 Overall Record ..............................6-7 2010 ACC Record ..................................4-4 2010 ACC Finish ... Tied 3rd in Coastal Division

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16 - Georgia Tech’s 4-4 ACC record gave the program 16 consecutive years at or above .500 in Conference pl play. That’s a league record. 26 - In his first three seasons as head coach at Georgia Te Tech, Paul Johnson’s teams have won 26 games, a tota tal tied for 2nd in ACC history for a coach in his first th three years as head coach at his school. No Georgia Te Tech head coach has won more games in his first three se seasons on the Flats. 33 - Since the Atlantic Coast Conference went to divi visional play for the 2005 season, Georgia Tech has ppo posted a 33-17 (.660) record against ACC foes. Only V Virginia Tech (42) has won more games against confe ference brethren during that time.


Georgia Tech Career Leaders, Alphabetical Rosterr TOTAL OFFENSE ..........................................Rush...... Pass ...... TDR..... Total 1. Joe Hamilton (1996-99) ..........................1758...... 8882 ...........83....10640 2. Reggie Ball (2003-06).............................1451...... 8128 ...........68......9579 3. Shawn Jones (1989-92) .............................855...... 8441 ...........70......9296 4. George Godsey (1998-01)......................... -12...... 6137 ...........47......6125 5. Joshua Nesbitt (2007-10) ........................2806...... 3276 ...........53......6082 6. Mike Kelley (1978-81) ............................. -51...... 5249 ...........24......5198 7. John Dewberry (1983-86) .........................630...... 4193 ...........36......4823 8. Eddie McAshan (1970-72) ........................182...... 4080 ...........35......4262 9. Robert Lavette (1981-84) ........................4066.......... 27 ...........46......4093 10. Donnie Davis (1992-95) ...........................749...... 3261 ...........29......4010

RUSHING .............................................................. Att. ....... TD..... Avg. ...Yards ...Yar Yard Yar ds ds 1. Robert Lavette (1981-84) .............................. 914 ........45...... 45 44.45 45 .....4066 4066 2. Jerry Mays (1985-89) .................................... 695 ........18...... 5.32 .....3699 3. Eddie Lee Ivery (1975-78) ............................ 609 ........22...... 5.78 .....3517 4. Tashard Choice (2005-07)............................. 675 ........28...... 4.99 .....3365 5. P.J. Daniels (2002-05) ................................... 707 ........23...... 4.73 .....3346 6. Jonathan Dwyer (2007-09) ........................... 517 ........35...... 6.24 .....3226 7. Joshua Nesbitt (2007-10) .............................. 670 ........35...... 4.19 .....2806 8. Joe Burns (1998-01) ...................................... 614 ........31...... 4.29 .....2634 9. C.J. Williams (1994-96) ............................ 539 ........20...... 4.39 .....2365 10. David Sims (1974-76) ................................... 379 ........21...... 6.00 .....2274

PASSING YARDAGE ................................... Comp-Att..... Pct..... TD ...Yards 1. Joe Hamilton (1996-99) ......................... 629-1020.... .616...... 65 ......8882 2. Shawn Jones, (1989-92) ......................... 652-1217.... .535...... 51 ......8441 3. Reggie Ball (2003-06)............................ 662-1363.... .485...... 57 ......8128 4. George Godsey (1998-01)........................ 484-765.... .632...... 41 ......6137 5. Mike Kelley (1978-81) ............................ 391-785.... .498...... 23 ......5249 6. John Dewberry (1983-86) ........................ 310-533.... .581...... 27 ......4193 7. Eddie McAshan (1970-72) ....................... 360-698.... .515...... 32 ......4080 8. Joshua Nesbitt (2007-10) ......................... 173-403.... .429...... 20 ......3276 9. Donnie Davis (1992-95) .......................... 270-478.... .564...... 22 ......3261 10. Taylor Bennett (2005-07) ......................... 211-422.... .500...... 13 ......2804 11. Kim King (1965-67) ................................ 243-460.... .528...... 14 ......2763

RECEPTIONS.................................................... Yards ...... TD..... Avg. ..... Rec. 1. Kelly Campbell (1998-01) .......................... 2907 ........24.... 14.91 .......195 2. Calvin Johnson (2004-06) ........................... 2927 ........28.... 16.44 .......178 3. Jonathan Smith (2000-03) ........................... 2248 ........12.... 12.92 .......174 4. Kerry Watkins (1999-02) ............................ 2680 ........22.... 15.67 .......171 5. Harvey Middleton (1994-97) ...................... 2291 ........13.... 13.88 .......165 6. Will Glover (1999-02)................................. 1316 ..........9.... 10.79 .......122 7. Demaryius Thomas (2007-09) .................... 2339 ........15.... 19.49 .......120 8. Bobby Rodriquez (1989-92) ....................... 1681 ..........7.... 14.62 .......115 Jerry Mays (1985-89) .................................... 869 ........10...... 7.56 .......115 10. Robert Lavette (1981-84) .............................. 862 ..........1...... 7.56 .......114

RECEIVING YARDAGE ................................. Recp. ...... TD...... Avg. ...Yards 1. Calvin Johnson (2004-06) ............................ 178 ........28... .16.44 .....2927 2. Kelly Campbell (1998-01) ........................... 195 ........24.... 14.91 .....2907 3. Kerry Watkins (1999-02) ............................. 171 ........22.... 15.67 .....2680 4. Demaryius Thomas (2007-09) ..................... 120 ........15... .19.49 .....2339 5. Harvey Middleton (1994-97) ....................... 165 ........13.... 13.88 .....2291 6. Jonathan Smith (2000-03) ............................ 174 ........12.... 12.92 .....2248 7. Dez White (1997-99) ..................................... 90 ........14.... 20.37 .....1833 8. John Sias (1966-68) ..................................... 110 ........10.... 15.70 .....1727 9. Bobby Rodriguez (1989-92) ........................ 115 ..........9.... 14.62 .....1681 10. Derrick Steagall (1993-97) ............................ 99 ..........9.... 16.56 .....1639

SCORING Points 1. Luke Manget (1999-02) ........................................................................322 2. Travis Bell (2004-07) ............................................................................321 3. Scott Sisson (1989-92) ..........................................................................299 4. Robert Lavette (1981-84) ......................................................................276 5. Scott Blair (2007-10) ............................................................................239 6. Jonathan Dwyer (2007-09) ...................................................................218 7. Joshua Nesbitt (2007-10) ......................................................................212 8. Joe Burns (1998-01) ..............................................................................206 9. Billy Lothridge (1961-63) .....................................................................204 10. Calvin Johnson (2004-06) .....................................................................174

2011 Alphabetical Roster No. Name..............................Pos.

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. Name..............................Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. ......................Hometown 87 Marty Alcala................... WR 6-5 208 Fr.-R ............. Alpharetta, Ga. 57 Catlin Alford ................... OL 6-3 295 Fr.-R ............ Adairsville, Ga. 65 Corey Alford ................... LB 5-11 228 So.-R ................Conyers, Ga. 89 Jamie Alvarez ................. WR 6-1 220 Fr.-R ..............Ft. Myers, Fla. 85*** Chandler Anderson......... K/P 6-0 187 Sr.-R ............. Columbus, Ga. 45 * Jeremiah Attaochu........... LB 6-3 235 So. ............ Washington, D.C. 72 Morgan Bailey................. OL 6-4 298 Fr.-R .............Loganville, Ga. 90 ** T.J. Barnes ....................... DT 6-7 333 Jr.-R .............Enterprise, Ala. 60 John Barnett .................... OL 6-3 230 So. ..................... Atlanta, Ga. 64 Ray Beno......................... OL 6-2 290 So.-R ................Newnan, Ga. 4 * B.J. Bostic ....................... AB 5-11 171 So. .................Louisville, Ga. 78 Trey Braun ...................... OL 6-5 295 Fr. ............... Tallahassee, Fla. 40 ** Julian Burnett .................. LB 5-10 220 Jr. .......................Macon, Ga. 29 Coray Carlson ................. DB 6-0 185 Fr.-R ................ Marietta, Ga. 52 Morgan Carter ................. LB 6-4 225 Jr.-R ...........Woodbridge, Va. 53 Bryan Chamberlain ......... OL 6-4 291 Fr. ...................... Albany, Ga. 8 Andrew Chau ................. K-P 5-10 165 Fr. .......................Griffin, Ga. 39 Chaz Cheeks.................... LB 6-4 223 Fr. ................Gainesville, Ga. 37 Jonathan Chipman........... DB 6-1 185 So. ..................... Atlanta, Ga. 33 Matt Connors .................. BB 6-0 200 Fr.-R ............. Alpharetta, Ga. 95 Christopher Crenshaw...OLB 6-3 250 So.-R .............Louisville, Ga. 94 ** Izaan Cross ...................... DE 6-4 292 Jr. ........ Flowery Branch, Ga. 99 Euclid Cummings............ DE 6-4 265 So.-R ................. Atlanta, Ga. 10 Synjyn Days .................... QB 6-1 212 Fr.-R .... Powder Springs, Ga. 16 Corey Dennis .......... WR/DB 6-2 205 Fr. ..........................Troy, Ala. 11 Darryl Dickey.................. QB 5-10 203 Fr.-R ........ Locust Grove, Ga. 93 * Emmanuel Dieke............. DE 6-6 264 So.-R ............. Riverdale, Ga. 30 Daniel Drummond .......... LB 6-3 240 So.-R ... Flowery Branch, Ga. 45 Andy Elakman ................ PK 6-0 181 Jr.-R ................ Calhoun, Ga. 50 * Jay Finch ......................... OL 6-3 283 So.-R ...............Acworth, Ga. 25 * Robert Godhigh............... AB 5-7 187 So.-R ...............Acworth, Ga. 36 Jamal Golden .................. DB 6-0 185 Fr. ................Wetumpka, Ala. 97 Shawn Green ................... DL 6-0 281 Fr.-R ................ Grayson, Ga. 81 Jeff Greene ..................... WR 6-4 200 Fr. ...........Peachtree City, Ga. 51 Anthony Harrell .............. LB 6-2 225 Fr. .......................Tampa, Fla. 31 Deon Hill......................... AB 6-0 205 Fr.-R .......... Phenix City, Ala. 5 ** Stephen Hill ................... WR 6-5 206 Jr. .................... Lithonia, Ga. 68 Robert Hogan III ............. LB 6-0 217 Jr.-R .................Newnan, Ga. 15 * Fred Holton ........................ S 6-1 209 So. .............Thomasville, Ga. 41 Jabari Hunt-Days ............ LB 6-3 226 Fr. .................... Marietta, Ga. 44 Chris Jackson ................. WR 6-1 205 Jr.-R ..........McDonough, Ga. 52 * Will Jackson .................... OL 6-3 285 So.-R ..........Knoxville, Tenn. 47 Jerredith Jiles .................. DB 5-8 190 Fr. .................. Jackson, Miss. 75 Errin Joe .......................... OL 6-3 285 Fr. ...................Lakeland, Fla. 1 * Isaiah Johnson .................... S 6-2 195 So. ......................Tyrone, Ga. 20 *** Roddy Jones .................... AB 5-9 202 Sr.-R .... Stone Mountain, Ga. 67 Ben Keith ........................ DT 6-1 270 So.-R .......... Gainesville, Fla. 62 Tyler Kelly ....................OLB 6-7 217 So.-R ................Conyers, Ga. 69 * Tyler Kidney ...................... T 6-2 262 So.-R ............ Alpharetta, Ga. 98 Jimmie Kitchen ............... DE 6-3 270 Fr. .................... Lithonia, Ga. 71 J.C. Lanier ....................... OL 6-4 298 So.-R .............. Stillmore, Ga. 37 Zach Laskey .................... RB 6-1 185 Fr. ...........Peachtree City, Ga. 2 Vad Lee ........................... QB 6-1 195 Fr. ...................Durham, N.C. 29 ** Jon Lockhart................... WR 6-0 190 Jr.-R ......... Blountstown, Fla. 22 Nick Luly ........................ DB 6-1 192 Fr. ................. Alpharetta, Ga. 27 ** Preston Lyons .................. BB 6-0 211 Sr.-R .................. Atlanta, Ga. 58 * B.J. Machen .................... LB 6-1 232 Jr.-R ............... Hilliard, Ohio 24 Stephen Mann .................... S 6-0 212 Jr.-R ................ Malabar, Fla.

59 Tyler Marcordes .............. LB 70 Shaquille Mason.............. OL 91 Denzel McCoy ................ DL 16 Michael McDonald ............ P 80 ** Daniel McKayhan .......... WR 46 Tremayne McNair ........... LB 43 Sam McNearney.............. AB 76 ** Nick McRae .................... OL 84 *** Tyler Melton................... WR 48 Nick Menocal .................. LB 18 Chris Milton .................... RB 83 Jeremy Moore ................ WR 86 Justin Moore.................... PK 63 ** Tyler Morgan....................LS 42 ** Malcolm Munroe ..........OLB 54 Quayshawn Nealy ........... LB 23 Domonique Noble ........... DB 82 Brandon Oliver............... WR 31 Denis Onwuala ..........AB/CB 49 ** Jamal Paige ..................... AB 24 *** Embry Peeples ................ AB 21 Charles Perkins ............... RB 92 *** Jason Peters ..................... DE 35 *** Michael Peterson ............. CB 82 * Sean Poole.......................... P 66 Cory Pritchett .................. OL 6 Ty Rawlings ......................K 28 *** Rashaad Reid .................. CB 26 Lance Richardson............... S 50 Joshua Rogers ................. LB 53 Rusty Scott ...................... LB 14 David Scully.......................K 74 Tim Seager ...................... OL 57 Matt Serpico .................... LB 7 David Sims ................QB/BB 12 Demond Smith ......... QB/DB 17 ** Orwin Smith .................... AB 61 ** Phil Smith........................ OT 22 Broderick Snoddy ........... RB 60 Ryan Sparlin .................... LB 79 Bryce Sweeney................ OL 6 ** Rod Sweeting .................. CB 34 *** Steven Sylvester .............. LB 17 * Chris Tanner ................... K/P 38 * Jemea Thomas ................. DB 55 Sean Tobin................. SN/LB 43 Kyle Travis ...................... LB 49 Cole Turner ..................... DB 77 ** Omoregie Uzzi ................OG 88 Darren Waller .......... WR/DB 96 *** Logan Walls .................... DT 13 * Tevin Washington............ QB 32 ** Richard Watson ............... BB 11*Brandon Watts ....................... LB 56 Anthony Williams ........... DE 3 *** Marcus Wright ................ AB 8 * Louis Young .................... CB 47 Tony Zenon ..................... AB

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Ht. 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-6 6-3 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-5 5-9 6-0 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-4 5-7 6-1 5-8

Wt. 215 305 283 210 198 225 175 291 206 240 175 180 165 211 225 223 185 195 170 180 180 219 277 190 161 267 157 191 206 207 212 196 295 225 218 173 202 292 190 237 245 184 240 178 190 220 235 200 300 204 299 205 230 234 252 177 201 170

Cl. ......................Hometown Fr. .......................Normal, Ill. Fr. ...............Columbia, Tenn. Fr.-R ....... Lawrenceville, Ga. Fr.-R .................. Atlanta, Ga. Jr.-R ................. Decatur, Ga. Fr. ............ Jacksonville, N.C. Fr.-R .................. Atlanta, Ga. Jr.-R ...................Dublin, Ga. Sr. .................Houston, Texas Fr. .......................Miami, Fla. Fr. ....................Folkston, Ga. So.-R ...............Austin, Texas So. ..................... Atlanta, Ga. Jr. ............... Fayetteville, Ga. Jr.-R ...................Miami, Fla. Fr.-R ...............Lakeland, Fla. Fr. ............. Mount Ulla, N.C. Fr. ............. Douglasville, Ga. Fr. ................. Alpharetta, Ga. Jr.-R .................. Atlanta, Ga. Sr. .................... Orlando, Fla. Fr.-R ....... Lawrenceville, Ga. Sr.-R .......... Baton Rouge, La Sr.-R ....................Tampa,Fla. So.-R .......... Tallahassee, Fla. So.-R .......... Chatsworth, Ga. Sr.-R ...................Griffin, Ga. Sr. ............St. Augustine, Fla. So.-R ........Ware Shoals, S.C. Fr.-R .................. Canton, Ga. Fr. ................ Lincolnton, Ga. So.-R .........Dawsonville, Ga. Fr. ................ Blacksburg, Va. Fr. ............... Fayetteville, Ga. So.-R .......St. Matthews, S.C. Fr. ..................... Monroe, Ga. Jr. .............. Phenix City, Ala. Jr.-R ...................Tampa, Fla. Fr. ................. Carrollton, Ga. Fr.-R ............. Kennesaw, Ga. Fr. ................. Kingsland, Ga. Jr. ............ Locust Grove, Ga. Sr. ..............McDonough, Ga. Jr.-R ............... Norcross, Ga. So.-R .............Fitzgerald, Ga. Fr. ................... Holmdel, N.J. Fr. ..................Cumming, Ga. Fr. .....................Augusta, Ga. Jr.-R ................ Lithonia, Ga. Fr. ....................Acworth, Ga. Sr.-R ..........Dawsonville, Ga. Jr.-R ............Wetumpka, Ala. Jr.-R ........... Tallahassee, Fla. So.-R ................Tennille, Ga. Fr.-R ..........McDonough, Ga. Sr. .......... San Antonio, Texas So. .............. Washington, DC Fr.-R .................. Albany, Ga.


Georgia Tech Coaches and Records Georgia Tech Coaches and Records

P aul JJohnson Paul

Head Coach (Western Carolina ‘79) Record at Georgia Tech: 25-14 (.641), 3 Years Overall: 132-53 (.714), 14 Years Born: August 20, 1957 Named Georgia Tech’s 12th head football coach on December 7, 2007, Paul Johnson’s first three seasons on The Flats have resulted in three straight bowl appearances and a 25-14 overall record, the third-best winning percentage in Tech history, trailing only Hall of Famers John Heisman (.764) and Bobby Dodd (.713). No Tech head coach has won more games in his first three seasons at the helm and Johnson became the first football coach in ACC history to be named ACC Coach of the Year in his first two seasons at his school in 2008 and 2009. Though his 2009 was forced to vacate the school’s first undisputed ACC Championship since 1990 due to NCAA sanctions, Tech posted a 7-1 record in the Conference.and ended the 2009 season ranked 13th nationally in both the AP and Coaches polls while earning the school’s first berth in a major bowl game (FedEx Orange) since 1966. Along the way, the Jackets set ACC single-season standards for rushing touchdowns with 47 and rushing yards (4,136), while finishing 2nd nationally in rushing offense, time of possession and third down conversion percentage. Johnson’s 2010 team became the first in ACC history to lead the nation in rushing offense, averaging an ACCrecord 323.3 yards per game on the ground. These accomplishments came after Johnson’s 2008 Rambling Wreck, picked to finish 5th in the Coastal Division, tied Virginia Tech for first place in the Coastal and earned a No.22 national ranking and a berth in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Johnson was named National Coach of the Year by CBS College Sports. Johnson came to Tech after a highly-successful six-year stint as head coach at the U.S. Naval Academy and five successful years as head coach at Georgia Southern (1997-2001). Johnson’s 2007 Midshipmen won a fifth straight Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, earned a postseason bowl bid for the fifth consecutive year and beat Notre Dame for the first time since 1963. A finalist for the 2007 Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year, Johnson compiled a 45-29 record in Annapolis and now has a 14-year career mark of 135-53 (.714), which ranks him 13th among all FBS active head coaches. Johnson took over a Navy football program that was coming off the worst two-year span in its 123-year history (1-20). Navy led the nation in rushing in 2007 for an unprecedented third consecutive year, producing more than 350 yards per game and ranked among the nation’s highest-scoring teams this year, averaging 39.92 points per outing. Johnson’s teams have been successful off the field as well as Navy ranked No. 1 in the country in graduation rates. In 2004, Johnson was named Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year after leading Navy to a 10-2 record, tying the school record for wins set in 1905. Before arriving at Annapolis, Johnson posted a 62-10 (.861) record in five seasons at Georgia Southern, winning two straight I-AA (Football Championship Subdivision National Championships (1999 and 2000) and five consecutive Southern Conference Championships. He was named the Division I-AA National Coach of the Year four straight years (1997-2000). While head coach of the Eagles, Johnson became one of only four coaches in the history of Division I football who won 50 or more games in only four seasons -- Walter Camp (1888-1891, 54-2 at Yale), George Woodruff (1892-1895, 53-4 at Penn) and Bob Pruett (1996-99, 50-4 at Marshall). Johnson took over a Georgia Southern program in 1997 that was 4-7 the previous year and orchestrated a turnaround that ranked among the NCAA’s best, directing the Eagles to a 10-3 record. In 1998, Johnson guided the Eagles to a perfect 11-0 regular season record and the school’s sixth NCAA Division I-AA National Championship Game appearance before finishing with a 14-1 mark. In 1999, Johnson brought Georgia Southern its fifth national title, and the Eagles finished 13-2 while breaking 197 records. For his efforts, Johnson was honored as the 1999 AFCA and Chevrolet I-AA National Coach of the Year. Johnson duplicated the feat in the 2000 season as the Eagles repeated as national champions, again finishing 13-2, as he captured the AFCA I-AA Coach of the Year award once more. Prior to his tenure at Georgia Southern, Johnson served as offensive coordinator at Navy (1995-96) and Hawaii (1987-94). Johnson’s coaching career began when he was offensive coordinator and line coach at his alma mater, Avery County (N.C.) High School, in 1979-80. He then served as offensive coordinator and line coach at Lees-McRae Junior College (1981-82) before first arriving at Georgia Southern in 1983 as defensive line coach, Johnson was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1985. Under his tutelage, record-setting quarterback Tracy Ham and the Eagle offense rewrote the school record book as the Eagles captured a pair of I-AA titles in 1985-86. A native of Newland, N.C., Johnson earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Western Carolina in 1979 and a Master’s degree in health and physical education from Appalachian State in 1982. He and wife, Susan, are the parents of a daughter, Kaitlyn.

Johnson by the Numbers

Year School AP USA ACC Finish All 1997 Georgia Southern ......................................... 10-3-0 1998 Georgia Southern ......................................... 14-1-0 1999 Georgia Southern,1-AA National Champs .. 13-2-0 2000 Georgia Southern,1-AA National Champs .. 13-2-0 2001 Georgia Southern ......................................... 12-2-0 2002 Navy ............................................................ 2-10-0 2003 Navy .............................................................. 8-5-0 2004 Navy ............................................................ 10-2-0 2005 Navy .............................................................. 8-4-0 2006 Navy .............................................................. 9-4-0 2007 Navy .............................................................. 8-4-0 2008 Georgia Tech... 22 .... 22 ....... 5-3 ...T1stC ...... 9-4-0 2009 Georgia Tech... 13 .... 13 ....... 7-1 ACCCh .. *10-3-0 2010 Georgia Tech........................ 4-4 .T3rdC ...... 6-7-0 Georgia Tech: 3 Yrs ..... (.667) .... 16-8 ...(.650) .. 25-14-0 Navy: 6 Years ...........................................(.608) .. 45-29-0 Georgia Southern: 5 Yrs ........................(.861) .. 62-10-0 Overall Record 14 Yrs ...........................(.714) 132-53-0 *Vacated 2010 ACC Championship Game win over Clemson vacated due to NCAA sactions

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS No. Head Coach Years W L T Pct 1. Ernest E. West............(1) 1892 0 3 0 .000 2. Frank O. Spain &........... 1893-1894 Lt. Leonard Wood ......(4) 1896-1897 1 4 1 .250 4. R.B. Nalley ................(1) 1898 0 3 0 .000 5. “Mr. Collier” ..............(2) 1899-1900 0 9 0 .000 6. Cyrus Strickler ...........(1) 1901 4 0 1 .900 7. John McKee .............(20) 1902-1903 2 11 2 .200 8. John Heisman* ........(16) 1904-1919 102 29 7 .764 9. William Alexander...(25) 1920-1944 134 95 15 .580 10. Bobby Dodd ............(22) 1945-1966 165 64 8 .713 11. Bud Carson ................(5) 1967-1971 27 27 0 .500 12. Bill Fulcher ................(2) 1972-1973 12 10 1 .543 13. Pepper Rodgers..........(6) 1974-1979 34 31 2 .522 14. Bill Curry ...................(7) 1980-1986 31 43 4 .423 15. Bobby Ross................(5) 1987-1991 31 26 1 .543 16. Bill Lewis ..................(3) 1992-1994 11 19 0 .367 17. George O’Leary .........(7) 1994-2001 52 33 0 .612 Mac McWhorter - interim head coach 1 0 0 1.000 18. Chan Gailey ...............(6) 2002-2007 44 33 0 .571 Jon Tenuta - interim head coach 0 1 0 .000 19. Paul Johnson ..............(3) 2008-2010 #25 14 0 .641 *First full-time head coach # 2009 ACC Championship Game win vacated due to NCAA sanctions CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. Head Coach Years W L T Pct 1. Paul Johnson .........(3).... 2008-2010 .........16 ......8......0 .666 2. George O’Leary ....(7).... 1994-2001 .........36 ....22......0 .621 3. Bill Curry ..............(4).... 1983-1986 .........13 ......8......1 .614 4. Chan Gailey ..........(6).... 2002-2007 .........28 ....20......0 .583 5. Bobby Ross ...........(5).... 1987-1991 .........15 ....18......1 .456 6. Bill Lewis ..............(2).... 1992-1994 ...........7 ....15......0 .318 (Based on Winning Percentage) BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls W Bobby Dodd ........................... (13) 9 William Alexander ................. (5) 3 Chan Gailey ........................... (5) 2 George O’Leary ..................... (4) 2 Paul Johnson .......................... (3) 0 Bobby Ross ............................ (2) 2 Bud Carson............................. (2) 1 Bill Curry ............................... (1) 1 Bill Fulcher ............................ (1) 1 Mac MacWhorter (interim -2001).. (1) 1 Pepper Rodgers ...................... (1) 0 Jon Tenuta (interim - 2007) .....(1) 0 (Based on Appearances)

L 4 2 3 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .692 .600 .400 .500 .000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000

Johnson vs. ACC Schools (At Navy and Georgia Tech) vs. Boston College .........1-2 vs. North Carolina ......... 2-1 vs. Clemson..................*2-1 vs. NC State ................... 0-2 vs. Duke .........................7-1 vs. Virginia..................... 3-0 vs. Florida State .............2-0 vs. Virginia Tech ............ 1-2 vs. Maryland ..................0-1 vs. Wake Forest.............. 2-2 vs. Miami .......................1-2

- YELLOW JACKETS ASSISTANT COACHES Brian Bohannon (Georgia ‘93) ................................................... Quarterbacks/B-Backs Al Groh (Virginia ‘67) ................................................................Defensive Coordinator Charles Kelly (Auburn ‘90) ........................................................................ Cornerbacks Andy McCollum (Austin Peay ‘81) ................. Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Lamar Owens (Maryland ‘08) .......................................................................... A-Backs Al “Buzz” Preston (Hawaii ‘82) ............................................................ Wide Receivers Mike Sewak (Virginia ‘81) ............................................................... Co-Offensive Line Joe Speed (Navy ‘96) ...................................................................................Linebackers Todd Spencer (Pacific Lutheran ‘79) ................................................ Co-Offensive Line

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Georgia Tech 2010 Statistics 2010 Georgia Tech Results (6-7, 4-4 ACC) GT Opp. | ---------------Offense----------------- | | ---------------Defense ---------------| Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att. AP USA AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO S4 ......W, 41-10 ...South Carolina State 51,668 16 17 372 12 384 2-8-1 2 178 94 272 11-25-0 1 S11 .....L, 25-28 ...at Kansas ............. 46,907 15 17 291 116 407 5-15-0 1 141 179 320 18-30-1 1 S18 ....W, 30-24 ...at North Carolina ..58,500 372 76 448 3-4-0 1 143 209 352 18-25-0 2 S25 .....L, 28-45 ...NC State.............. 48,825 247 116 363 5-18-0 2 159 368 527 28-41-1 2 O2......W, 24-20 ...at Wake Forest .... 30,263 209 130 339 11-21-0 2 161 107 268 10-23-0 0 O9......W, 33-21 ...Virginia ............... 48,016 477 59 536 3-6-1 2 137 239 376 18-31-0 1 O16....W, 42-14 ...Middle Tennessee.. 40,652 329 86 415 5-14-0 2 143 173 316 20-35-4 6 O23.....L, 13-27 ...at Clemson .......... 77,000 242 83 325 6-19-1 1 236 167 403 17-27-0 0 N4.......L, 21-28 ...at Virginia Tech ... 66,233 20 20 346 80 426 2-10-2 2 198 137 335 15-25-1 2 N13.....L, 10-35 ...Miami.................. 47,425 308 101 409 7-17-0 2 277 230 507 10-18-0 2 N20....W, 30-20 ...Duke.................... 42,110 320 90 410 2-7-0 2 109 334 443 30-43-1 2 N27.....L, 34-42 ...at Georgia............ 92,746 411 101 512 8-15-1 4 154 271 425 15-19-0 2 D27.......L, 7-14 ...Air Force ............. 39,362 279 41 320 5-14-1 4 170 117 287 11-23-0 0 AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl at Independence Stadium (Shreveport, La.) TEAM STATISTICS................GT OPP SCORING ................................. 338 328 Points Per Game..................... 26.0 25.2 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 265 253 Rushing ................................... 206 109 Passing ...................................... 42 123 Penalty....................................... 17 21 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 4203 2206 Yards gained rushing ............. 4522 2440 Yards lost rushing .................... 319 234 Rushing Attempts .................... 753 489 Average Per Rush ..................... 5.6 4.5 Average Per Game................ 323.3 169.7 TDs Rushing ............................. 31 25 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 1091 2625 Comp-Att-Int...................64-168-7 221-365-8 Average Per Pass ...................... 6.5 7.2 Average Per Catch .................. 17.0 11.9 Average Per Game.................. 83.9 201.9 TDs Passing................................. 9 14 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 5294 4831 Total Plays ............................... 921 854 Average Per Play ...................... 5.7 5.7 Average Per Game................ 407.2 371.6 KICK RETURNS............... 53-1057 58-1110 PUNT RETURNS ................ 23-134 16-185 INT RETURNS ...................... 8-214 7-32 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 19.9 19.1 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 5.8 11.6 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 26.8 4.6 FUMBLES-LOST .................. 37-20 28-13 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 81-689 63-531 Average Per Game.................. 53.0 40.8 PUNTS-Yards .................... 43-1610 53-2002 Average Per Punt .................... 37.4 37.8 Net punt average .................... 32.2 33.0 TOP/Game ............................ 31:53 28:07 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 74/183 67/172 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 40% 39% 4TH-DOWN Conv. ................ 22/40 10/21 4th-Down Pct ......................... 55% 48% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 17-114 16-82 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 42 42 FIELD GOALS-ATT.............. 15-17 11-19 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-0 0-2 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 41-54 37-49 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 31-54 29-49 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 37-39 41-41 ATTENDANCE .................. 278696 371649 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 6/46449 6/61942 Neutral Site Games .......... 1/39362 1/39362

RUSHING ................ Att. Anthony Allen ............240 Joshua Nesbitt ............166 Orwin Smith .................53 Tevin Washington.......116 Roddy Jones .................52 Embry Peeples .............46 Lucas Cox ....................22 B.J. Bostic ....................13 Preston Lyons ...............14 David Sims .....................7 Marcus Wright ...............6 Stephen Hill ...................3 Richard Watson ............10 Jamal Paige ....................1 TEAM ............................3 Kevin Cone ....................1 Total.......... .................753 Opponents...... ...........489 PASSING........Cmp. Joshua Nesbitt ...... 39 Tevin Washington. 25 TEAM .................... 0 David Sims ............. 0 Total.......... ........... 64 Opponents...... ... 221

Yds. 1316 737 516 514 353 287 131 127 60 58 38 34 32 9 -3 -6 4203 2206

TD 7 10 4 4 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 25

Lg. 48 71 73 29 31 19 23 43 15 20 21 16 7 9 0 5 73 57

Avg. 5.5 4.4 9.7 4.4 6.8 6.2 6.0 9.8 4.3 8.3 6.3 11.3 3.2 9.0 -1.0 -6.0 5.6 4.5

Att. Int. Pct. TD 105 4 37.1 7 61 3 41.0 2 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 168 7 38.1 9 365 8 60.5 14

Yds. 674 417 0 0 1091 2625

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Stephen Hill ..................15 291 3 79 19.4 Orwin Smith ..................12 195 0 41 16.2 Correy Earls ....................9 63 1 11 7.0 Roddy Jones ....................7 119 1 41 17.0 Tyler Melton....................6 99 1 42 16.5 Kevin Cone .....................6 98 1 38 16.3 Anthony Allen .................3 88 1 50 29.3 Embry Peeples ................2 66 1 46 33.0 Preston Lyons ..................2 43 0 38 21.5 Daniel McKayhan ...........2 29 0 16 14.5 Total.......... ....................64 1091 9 79 17.0 Opponents...... ............221 2625 14 79 11.9 PUNTING ............. No. Sean Poole.....................27 Scott Blair .......................9 Chandler Anderson..........6 TEAM .............................1 Total.......... ....................43 Opponents...... ..............53

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 1062 55 0 39.3 356 51 0 39.6 192 43 0 32.0 0 0 1 0.0 1610 55 1 37.4 2002 66 0 37.8

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Jerrard Tarrant ...............20 131 0 25 6.6 Daniel McKayhan ...........3 3 0 11 1.0 Total.......... ....................23 134 0 25 5.8 Opponents...... ..............16 185 1 43 11.6

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KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. B.J. Bostic ................ 28 574 0 35 20.5 Embry Peeples ......... 10 223 0 42 22.3 Orwin Smith ............... 7 117 0 23 16.7 Daniel McKayhan ...... 6 138 0 34 23.0 Albert Rocker ............. 2 5 0 5 2.5 Total.......... ............... 53 1057 0 42 19.9 Opponents...... ......... 58 1110 1 90 19.1 SCORING ...................TD Scott Blair ............................0 Joshua Nesbitt ....................10 Anthony Allen ......................8 Roddy Jones .........................5 Tevin Washington.................4 Orwin Smith .........................4 Stephen Hill .........................3 Embry Peeples .....................2 David Sims ...........................1 Tyler Melton.........................1 Mario Butler .........................1 Correy Earls .........................1 Jerrard Tarrant ......................1 Kevin Cone ..........................1 TEAM ..................................0 Total.......... .........................42 Opponents...... ...................42

FGs PAT 15 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 37 11 41

TACKLES ....................... Solo Julian Burnett ............................ 42 Brad Jefferson ........................... 49 Mario Edwards .......................... 38 Dominique Reese ...................... 47 Anthony Egbuniwe ................... 31 Steven Sylvester ........................ 29 Jerrard Tarrant ........................... 31 Jason Peters ............................... 24 Mario Butler .............................. 33 Isaiah Johnson ........................... 28 Izaan Cross ................................ 22 Rod Sweeting ............................ 27 Logan Walls ................................ 2 Jeremiah Attaochu..................... 18 Brandon Watts ........................... 12 T.J. Barnes ................................... 8 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Jerrard Tarrant ................. 3 Mario Butler .................... 1 Rod Sweeting .................. 1 Kyle Jackson ................... 1 Julian Burnett .................. 1 Isaiah Johnson ................. 1 Total.......... ...................... 8 Opponents...... ................ 7

Yds. 93 85 7 1 10 18 214 32

Ast. 47 35 30 16 30 31 27 28 15 18 19 11 21 5 9 12 TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0

Pts. 82 62 48 30 24 24 20 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 338 328 Tot. 89 84 68 63 61 60 58 52 48 46 41 38 23 23 21 20 Lg. 33 85 7 1 10 18 85 28


Maryland Terrapins 2011 Maryland Schedule Date Sept. 5 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent ............................. Record ... Began .Meeting...............Stadium (Capacity) ..........................Site Miami (ESPN), 8 pm ............... 8-8-0 ... 1948 ....2010, aL 26-20 ....Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. West Virginia (ESPN,2 or U), Noon . 21-24-2 ... 1919 ....2010, aL 31-17 ....Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. Temple ...................................... 6-0-0 ... 1997 ....2005, aW 38-7 .....Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. Towson ................................................... First Meeting ...................Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. at Georgia Tech ....................... 13-6-0 ... 1988 ....2007, hW 28-26...Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000) ..........Atlanta, Ga. Clemson ................................ 26-31-2 ... 1952 ....2010, aL 31-7....... Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. at Florida State........................ 2-19-0 ... 1966 ....2010, hL 30-16 .....Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) .Tallahassee, Fla. Boston College ......................... 3-5-0 ... 1985 ....2010, aW 24-21 ...Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. Virginia ................................. 42-31-2 ... 1919 ....2010, aW 42-23 ...Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. Notre Dame (NBC), 7:30 pm ...... 0-1-0 ... 2002 ....2002, nL 22-0 .......FedEx Field (91,704) .........................Landover, Md. at Wake Forest....................... 42-16-1 ... 1917 ....2010, hW 62-14...BB&T Field (31,500).........................Winston-Salem, N.C. at NC State ............................ 32-31-4 ... 1909 ....2010, hW 38-31...Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) .........Raleigh, N.C.

2010 In Review

In his 10th and final season as head coach of his alma mater, Ralph Friedgen led a team that was picked to finish last in the Atlantic Division to a 9-4 overall record, 5-3 in the ACC, and a No. 23 national ranking (AP)...Named ACC Coach of the Year for the second time, Friedgen finished with a 75-50 (.600) overall record... He was replaced by Randy Edsall on Jan. 3, 2011, beginning a new era in Maryland Football... Edsall spent the past 12 seasons at Connecticut, guiding the Huskies from the FCS to a share of the 2010 Big East Championship and a berth in the BCS Tostitos Fiesta Bowl... QB Danny O’Brien was named the ACC’s Rookie of the Year and a first-team Freshman All-America after leading the Terrapins to a 7-3 record in his 10 starts, completing 57 percent of his passes for 2,438 yards, 22 TDs and only 8 interceptions...WR Torrey Smith was named first-team All-ACC after finishing 3rd in the ACC in receptions (67), 2nd in receiving yards (1,055) and TD receptions (12)....Joining Smith on the All-ACC first team were LB Alex Wujciak (117 tackles), FS Kenny Tate (100 tackles, 4 forced fumbles) and PR Tony Logan, who led the ACC and finished 3rd nationally in punt returns (18.1 avg.) including 2 for TDs...DT Joe Vellano earned 2nd-team All-ACC honors and G Paul Pinegar was named Honorable Mention All-ACC.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (12) OFFENSE (5) ..............................2010 ..Career Pos. Name.............................. Starts ....Starts LG Andrew Gonnella, Sr.............13 ..........21 LT R.J. Dill, Jr. ...........................13 ..........21 C Bennett Fulper, Jr. ...................7 ..........11 TE Matt Furstenburg, Jr. .............11 ..........12 QB Danny O’Brien, So................10 ..........10 DEFENSE (7) ..............................2010 ..Career Pos. Name.............................. Starts ....Starts DT Joe Vellano, Jr. ......................13 ..........13 NT A. J. Francis, Jr........................9 ..........19 DL Justin Anderson, Jr. ...............13 ..........13 LB Demetrius Hartsfield, Jr. .......13 ..........20 *LB Kenny Tate, Sr. ......................13 ..........17 CB Cameron Chism, Sr. ..............13 ..........23 CB Trenton Hughes, Sr. ..............13 ..........13 *Started at free safety in 2010

Who’s Gone

Friedgen, his staff and a total of 12 starters including six on SPECIALISTS (0) .......................2010 ..Career offense and four on defense as well as P/PK Travis Baltz, Pos. Name.............................. Starts ....Starts

who finished 5th in the ACC in punting (41.7 ) and made 14 of 18 FG attempts... On offense, Maryland loses both starting wide receivers in Smith, an NFL early entry, and WR Adrian Cannon (36 catches), along with Honorable Mention All-ACC G Paul Pinegar, FB Taylor Watson,big-play RB Da’Rel Scott and G Justin Lewis...Defensively, the Terps will miss LBs Alex Wujciak (381 career tackles) and Adrian Moten (14.5 career sacks), DE Drew Gloster and SS Antwine Perez.

2011 Preview

Maryland’s attacking philosophy shouldn’t change with the coaching staff transition, which includes new coordinators on offense (Gary Crowton) and defense (Todd Bradford)... Edsall welcomes back 42 lettermen, including five starters on offense and seven on defense...The return of O’Brien who threw for the 3rd-most TD passes (22) by a rookie in ACC history is the centerpiece of a Terrapin offense which will have four of six starters returning to its front line including C Bennett Fulper, RG Andrew Gonnella, T R.J. Dill and TE Matt Furstenburg...Also returning are RBs Davin Meggett, Maryland’s leading rusher (720 yards) and sophomore D.J. Adams, the Terps short-yardage specialist with 11 TDs... The Terps look to WRs Kevin Dorsey, Ronnie Tyler, Kerry Boykins to replace Smith and Cannon.... Defensively, the Terrapins will look to LBs Kenny Tate and Demetrius Hartsfield and DT Joe Vellano, all potential candidates for national honors, to lead an improving unit which also includes promising redshirt freshman DT Andre Monroe, DT A.J. Francis and DEs David Mackall, Clarence Murphy and Isaiah Ross on the line...LB Darren Drakeford completes the linebacker corps, while the secondary is led by CBs Cameron Chism, Trenton Hughes and Dexter McDougle as well as the talented safety tandem of Matt Robinson and Eric Franklin...A fall priority will be to stabilizie the kicking game with junior Nick Ferrara, reshirt freshman Michael Tart and incoming freshman Nathan Renfro in the competition for placekicking and punting duties.

Starters Lost (12)

OFFENSE (6) ..............................2010 ..Career Pos. Name.............................. Starts ....Starts WR Torrey Smith. ........................12 ..........28 WR Adrian Cannon. .....................12 ..........23 RG Justin Lewis ..........................12 ..........15 LG Paul Pinegar ..........................13 ..........25 RB Da’Rel Scott ..........................13 ..........29 RB Taylor Watson .........................3 ............4 DEFENSE (4) ..............................2010 ..Career Pos. Name.............................. Starts ....Starts DL Drew Gloster .........................11 ..........11 LB Alex Wujciak ........................13 ..........38 LB Adrian Moten ........................13 ..........26 SS Antwine Perez .......................13 ..........16 SPECIALISTS (2) .......................2010 ..Career Pos. Name.............................. Starts ....Starts P Travis Baltz ...........................13 ..........45 PK

Travis Baltz ...........................13 ..........13

Quick Facts Location ................ College Park, Md. 20742 Founded ................................................. 1856 Enrollment .......................................... 37,195 President .............................. Dr. Wallace Loh Director of Athletics ............ Kevin Anderson Stadium ........Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium Capacity .............................................. 54,000 2010 Overall Record................................. 9-4 2010 ACC Record..................................... 5-3 2010 ACC Finish .. T2nd in Atlantic Division

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Maryland Terrapins Lettermen Returning .....................42 Offensive Lettermen Returning....21 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...19 Specialist Lettermen Ret. ...............2 Lettermen Lost ...............................30 Offensive Lettermen Lost ............18 Defensive Lettermen Lost ............10 Specialist Lettermen Lost...............2

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning .............................874 % Rushing Returning ............................518 % Receiving Returning .........................361 % Receiving Yards Returning ...............351 % Scoring Returning .............................387 % Kickoff Returns ................................302 % Punt Returns .....................................974 % Tackles Returning .............................654 % Turnovers Forced. .............................448

Numbers & Notes

.31 - LB Kenny Tate led the ACC and tied for 15th nationally in fumbles forced. Tate forced 4 fumbles in 13 games, a 0.31 average. He has been named to the pre-season watch lists for the Nagurski and Bednarik Awards, annually presented to the nation’s top defender. 1.15 - Maryland finished 4th nationally in turnover margin in 2010. The Terrapins gained 29 turnovers while losing 14 for a +1.15 per game average. 3- Maryland PR Tony Logan finished 3rd nationally in punt return average in 2010. Logan returned 31 punts a total of 560 yards, an 18.1 average which included returns of 84 and 85 yards for scores on back-to-back weekends. 4 - The number of Terrapins selected to the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic Team including P Travis Baltz, DT A.J. Francis, C Bennett Fulper and T Paul Pinegar. It was the second such selection for Francis and Pinegar, but Baltz become only the 13th football student-athlete in ACC history to make the team four straight times. 5 - Maryland QB Danny O’Brien finished 5th nationally among all freshmen in pass efficiency w a 134.54 rating. O’Brien was also 3rd among with a freshmen nationally in touchdown passes. His all T pass to interception ratio (2.75) was the second TD b in the nation only to Georgia’s Aaron Murray. best 8 - Eight teams on Maryland’s 2011 schedule parti ticipated in bowl games in 2010. 5 - Maryland WR Tony Logan returned 31 560 p punts for 560 yards in 2010. The 560 yards is the se second-highest single-season total in ACC history, to topped only by former Maryland standout Steve S Suter, who had 771 yards in 2002.


Maryland Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ...........................................Rush........ Pass ....TDR .... Total 1. Scott Milanovich (1992-95) ..................... -190........ 7301 ........ 53 ..... 7111 2. Chris Turner (2006-09) ............................ -158........ 6543 ........ 33 .....6385 3. Boomer Esiason (1981-83) ...................... -178........ 6259 ........ 36 .....6081 4. Scott McBrien (2001-03) ...........................543........ 5169 ........ 47 .....5712 5. Sam Hollenbach (2003-06) ........................ -25........ 5139 ........ 32 ..... 5114 6. Neil O’Donnell (1987-89)............................71........ 4989 ........ 29 .....5060 7. Dan Henning (1985-87) ............................. -97........ 4560 ........ 25 .....4463 8. LaMont Jordan (1997-00) ........................4147.......... 137 ........ 34 .....4284 9. Brian Cummings (1994-97) ..................... -191........ 4080 ........ 30 .....3889 10. John Kaleo (1991-92) ..................................26........ 3660 ........ 22 .....3686

vg ...Yards Yard Yar ds RUSHING .............................................................. Att....... TD ..... Avg. 1. LaMont Jordan (1997-00) .............................807........ 36 ...... 5.14 .....4147 2. Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) ...........................769........ 26 ...... 4.31 .....3317 3. Steve Atkins (1975-78) .................................625........ 31 ...... 4.75 .....2971 4. Lance Ball (2004-07) ....................................549........ 26 ...... 4.53 .....2487 5. Rick Badanjek (1982-85) ..............................521........ 44 ...... 4.64 .....2417 6. Da’Rel Scott (2007-10) .................................430........ 17 ...... 5.58 .....2401 7. Bruce Perry (2001-03) ..................................438........ 17 ...... 5.24 .....2296 8. Louis Carter (1972-74) .................................561........ 25 ...... 4.04 .....2266 9. Alvin Blount (1983-86).................................426........ 12 ...... 5.07 .....2158 10. Willie Joyner (1980-83) ................................437.......... 9 ...... 4.90 .....2140

PASSING YARDAGE ....................................Comp-Att ..... Pct.... TD ...Yards 1. Scott Milanovich (1992-95) ......................650-982 ..... .661.....49......7301 2. Chris Turner (2006-09) .............................547-918 ..... .595.....30......6543 3. Boomer Esiason (1981-83) .......................461-850 ...... 542.....42......6259 4. Scott McBrien (2001-03) ..........................335-598 ..... .560.....34......5169 5. Sam Hollenbach (2003-06) .......................417-679 ..... .614.....28......5149 6. Neil O’Donnell (1987-89).........................387-658 ..... .588.....26......4989 7. Dan Henning (1985-87) ............................353-641 ..... .550.....24......4560 8. Brian Cummings (1994-97) ......................344-594 ..... .579.....22......4080 9. John Kaleo (1991-92) ...............................305-537 ..... .567.....18......3660 10. Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) ..........................251-454 ..... .552.....20......3659

RECEPTIONS................................................... Yards ..... TD ....... Avg. .... Rec. 1. Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) ......................... 2932 ....... 21 ...... 15.19 ......193 2. Geroy Simon (1993-96) ............................. 2059 ....... 10 ...... 11.13 ......185 3. Torrey Smith (2008-10) ............................. 2215 ....... 19 ...... 14.57 ......152 3. Darrius Heyward-Bey (2006-08) ............... 2089 ....... 13 ...... 15.14 ......138 4. Frank Wycheck (1990-92) ........................... 947 ......... 2 ........ 7.07 ......134 5. Russ Weaver (1992-94) .............................. 1096 ......... 5 ........ 9.13 ......120 6. Guilian Gary (1998-01).............................. 1552 ....... 13 ...... 13.73 ......113 7. Azizuddin Abdul Ra’oof (1984-87) ........... 1895 ....... 10 ...... 17.55 ......108 8. Barry Johnson (1987-90) ........................... 1721 ....... 11 ...... 16.24 ......106 9. Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) ........................ 1641 ....... 10 ...... 16.25 ......101 10. Marcus Badgett (1989-92) ......................... 1748 ....... 11 ...... 17.48 ......100 Frank Russell (1972-74) ............................ 1344 ......... 4 ...... 13.44 ......100

RECEIVING YARDAGE ....................................Recp..... TD ...... Avg....Yards 1. Jermaine Lewis (1992-95) ..............................193...... 21 .....15.19.....2932 2. Torrey Smith (2008-10) ..................................152...... 19 .....14.57.....2215 3. Darrius Heyward-Bey (2006-08) ....................138...... 13 .....15.14.....2089 4. Geroy Simon (1993-96) ..................................185...... 10 .....11.13.....2059 5. Azizuddin Abdul Ra’oof (1984-87) ................108...... 10 .....17.55.....1895 6. Marcus Badgett (1989-92) ..............................100...... 11 .....17.48.....1748 7. Greg Hill (1982-84) ..........................................97...... 18 .....17.74.....1721 Barry Johnson (1987-90) ................................106...... 11 .....16.24.....1721 9. Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) .............................101...... 10 .....16.25.....1641 10. Guilian Gary (1998-01)...................................113...... 13 .....13.73.....1552

* Denotes notes es letterr earned; R-Denotes redshirt year No. Name.......................... Pos. Ht Wt 10 * D.J. Adams ...................RB 5-10 220 95 ** Justin Anderson ............DL 6-5 275 70 De’Onte Arnett .............OL 6-4 275 54 Cody Blue ....................OL 6-4 270 91 Keith Bowers ...............DL 6-2 260 13 * Kerry Boykins .............WR 6-0 200 16 C.J. Brown .................. QB 6-3 200 2 Devin Burns ................WR 6-2 185 34 ** Devonte Campbell ....... TE 6-2 255 68 * Josh Cary......................OL 6-5 300 80 Tyrek Cheeseboro .......WR 6-0 180 22 *** Cameron Chism .......... DB 5-10 190 49 Tyler Cierski.................RB 6-1 255 41 Clarence Claiborne...... DB 6-0 208 26 Undray Clark............... DB 5-11 185 71 Nate Clarke ..................OL 6-3 295 65 Sal Conaboy .................OL 6-3 265 7 Adrian Coxson ............WR 6-1 203 79 * Pete DeSouza ...............OL 6-6 310 76 ** R.J. Dill ........................OL 6-7 300 23 Makinton Dorleant ...... DB 5-11 170 12 ** Kevin Dorsey ..............WR 6-2 205 92 ** Tim Downs ................... LS 6-0 230 55 Ryan Doyle ..................OL 6-6 265 52 ** Darin Drakeford ...........LB 6-0 240 87 * Webb Dulin .................WR 5-8 175 57 Ian Evans......................DL 6-2 255 47 Cole Farrand.................LB 6-2 233 43 ** Nick Ferrara ..............PK/P 6-0 195 33 Lukas Foreman............ DB 6-4 195 96 ** A.J. Francis ..................DL 6-4 295 48 ** Eric Franklin ............... DB 6-2 205 63 ** Bennett Fulper..............OL 6-4 295 89 ** Matt Furstenburg .......... TE 6-4 245 37 Lamonte Gaddis ...........LB 5-9 205 73 Max Garcia...................OL 6-4 290 75 ** Justin Gilbert ................OL 6-6 300 77 ** Andrew Gonnella .........OL 6-5 295 53 Lorne Goree .................LB 6-1 225 24 * Avery Graham ............. DB 5-10 195 16 * Anthony Green ............ DB 5-11 190 60 Stephen Grommer ........OL 6-5 290 90 ** Maurice Hampton ........DL 6-2 295 68 Gary Harraka ................OL 6-4 300 9 ** Demetrius Hartsfield ....LB 6-2 235 18 Desmond Haynes .........RB 5-9 200 19 Jeremiah Hendy .......... DB 6-1 188 39 Jeff Hernandez .............RB 5-11 245 21 ** Trenton Hughes ........... DB 5-11 190

SCORING Points 1. Nick Novak (2000-04) ..........................................................................393 2. Jess Atkinson (1981-84) ........................................................................308 3. Rick Badanjek (1982-85) ......................................................................286 4. Dan Plocki (1985-88) ............................................................................233 5. LaMont Jordan (1997-00) .....................................................................222 6. Brian Kopka (1997-00) .........................................................................218 7. Steve Mike-Mayer (1972-74) ...............................................................203 8. Steve Atkins (1975-78) .........................................................................192 9. Dan Ennis (2003-06) .............................................................................170 10. Obi Egekeze (2007-08) .........................................................................164

2011 Alphabetical Roster No. 99 58 * 14 11 39 69 ** 97 3 74 * 82 1 *** 43 59 * 17 *** 25 * 8 *** 93 30 50 98 5 * 46 80 77 --40 * 45 56 ** 15 36 81 * 86 * 29 6 *** 67 20 2 88 35 4 *** 72 ** 35 7 29 *** 61 67 * 41 31 66

CL...................... Hometown So.-R ...............Norcross, Ga. Jr. ..............Blythewood, S.C. So.-R ... Capitol Heights, Md. So.-R .............Columbia, Md. Fr. ......West Palm Beach, Fla. So.-R. ..........Chesapeake, Va. So.-R ......Cranberry Twp. Pa. Fr.-R ..............Columbus, Ga. Jr.-R ............ Forestville, Md. So.-R . Chenango Forks, N.Y. Fr. ................. Baltimore, Md. Sr. ................ Forestville, Md. Fr. ....................... Dacula, Ga. Jr.-R ..............Rockville, Md. Fr. ....................... Miami, Fla. Fr. ............. Washington, D.C. Fr.-R .......Clarks Summit, Pa. Fr. ................. Baltimore, Md. So.-R ....... Silver Spring, Md. Jr.-R ...... Mechanicsburg, Pa. Fr. .......................Naples, Fla. Jr.-R ............ Forestville, Md. Sr.-R ...................... Derry, Pa. Fr. ............ Wake Forest, N.C. Jr. ............. Washington, D.C. Sr.-R ...................Easton, Md. Fr.-R ......................Atco, N.J. Fr. ....................... Sparta, N.J. Jr. ................ Hicksville, N.Y. Fr. .......................Naples, Fla. Jr.-R .................. Severn, Md. Jr.-R ............. Baltimore, Md. Jr.-R .................... Gretna, Va. Jr.-R ........... Flemington, N.J. So. ...............Cleveland, Ohio So. ...................Norcross, Ga. Jr.-R .............. Richmond, Va. Sr.-R ................ Monroe, N.Y. Fr.-R ............ Springdale, Md. So.-R ...........Clarksburg, Md. Sr.-R .......... Cheltenham, Md. Fr. ..............Spartanburg, S.C. Sr.-R ................ Hampton, Va. Fr.-R ............. Ijamsville, Md. Jr.-R ................ Raleigh, N.C. Sr.-R ........ Silver Spring, Md. Fr. ....................... Bowie, Md. Jr.-R ........ Silver Spring, Md. Sr.-R .......Virginia Beach, Va.

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Name.......................... Pos. Quinton Jefferson .........DL Bradley Johnson ...........DL Jeremiah Johnson ........ DB Troy Jones ................... QB Desmond Kearse ..........LB Zachariah Kerr .............DL Darius Kilgo .................DL Nigel King...................WR Nick Klemm .................OL Marcus Leak................WR Tony Logan .................WR Ray Lynn ......................LB David Mackall ..............DL Quintin McCree ..........WR Dexter McDougle........ DB Davin Meggett .............RB Andre Monroe ..............DL Rahsaan Moore ............RB Evan Mulrooney...........OL Clarence Murphy .........DL Danny O’Brien ............ QB Kwabena Ofori .............RB Greg Parcher ................ LS Chris Pressley...............OL Nathan Renfro ...........P/PK Matt Robinson............. DB Brandon Ross ...............RB Isaiah Ross ...................DL Mario Rowson..............LB Joshua Rushing ............LB Ryan Schlothauer ......... TE Dave Stinebaugh .......... TE Michael Tart ..............P/PK Kenny Tate ...................LB Alvin Thomas...............DL Daniel Thomas ............ DB Titus Till ...................... DB Cliff Tucker .................WR Alex Twine ...................LB Ronnie Tyler ................WR Joe Vellano ...................DL Shaquan Virgil..............LB Alex Walker .................DL Austin Walker.............. DB Jake Wheeler ................OL Pete White ....................OL Marcus Whitfield .........DL Jeremiah Wilson ...........RB Andrew Zeller ..............OL

Ht 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-9 6-2 6-6 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-7 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-5

Wt 225 220 170 186 180 320 290 199 290 195 180 190 240 190 200 215 280 245 282 240 215 197 185 340 200 220 200 255 190 213 250 240 170 220 225 186 195 205 200 185 285 210 280 195 255 330 230 185 280

CL...................... Hometown Fr. ...................Pittsburgh, Pa. So.-R ............. Dinwiddie, Va. Fr.-R ............ Forestville, Md. Fr. .............Reisterstown, Md. Fr.-R ............ Fort Myers, Fla. Jr.-R .........Gaithersburg, Md. Fr.-R ..............Charlotte, N.C. Fr. .................... Raleigh, N.C. So.-R ................Marietta, Ga. Fr. ..................Charlotte, N.C. Sr.-R ............Piscataway, N.J. Jr.-R ..... North Potomac, Md. So. ................ Baltimore, Md. Sr.-R ..........Brandywine, Md. So.-R ...............Falmouth, Va. Sr. ..................... Clinton, Md. Fr.-R ... Upper Marlboro, Md. Fr.-R .... District Heights, Md. Fr. .............. Wilmington, Del. Fr.-R ............Hollywood, Fla. So.-R ........Kernersville, N.C. Jr.-R ......... Silver Spring Md. So.-R ...............Hanover, Md. Fr. ....... Upper Marlboro, Md. Fr. ............. Brentwood, Tenn. So. .................Columbia, Md. Fr. .....................Newark, Del. Jr. ..................Greenbelt, Md. Fr.-R .................. Norfolk, Va. Jr.-R ............. Baltimore, Md. Jr.-R .............. Baltimore,Md. So.-R ............ Baltimore, Md. Fr.-R ..............Charlotte, N.C. Sr. ................ Forestville, Md. Jr.-R ................Elkridge, Md. Sr.-R ..............Accokeek, Md. Fr.-R ... Upper Marlboro, Md. Sr.-R ...............El Paso, Texas Fr. .............Gaithersburg, Md. Sr.-R ............... Wagener, S.C. Jr.-R ................Rexford, N.Y. Jr.-R ..........Bordentown, N.J. Fr.-R ..................McLean, Va. Sr.-R ..................McLean, Va. Fr.-R ............Hollywood, Fla. So.-R ........ Washington, D.C. So.-R ........Germantown, Md. Fr.-R ............. Winchester, Va. Fr. .................... Red Lion, Pa.


Maryland Coaches and Records Randy Edsall R Ra

Maryland Coaches and Records

(Syracuse ‘80)

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS

Record at Maryland: 0-0 (.000), First Year Overall: 74-70 (.514), 12 Years Born: August 27, 1958

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Hired as Maryland’s 34th head coach on Jan. 3, 2011, Randy Edsall brings a wealth of experience and expertise to College Park, having spent the last 12 years guiding Connecticut from FCS status to perennial post season bowl participant. In each of the past four years, Edsall guided the Huskies to eight or more wins and bowl trips, culminating in a share of the 2010 Big East Championship and a berth in the BCS Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, a first for the Storrs, Conn. school. Having compiled a 74-70 mark for 12 seasons at UConn--including a 65-46 mark as an FBS school--his record is a stellar 33-19 (.635) over his last four seasons and includes eight or more victories in six of his final eight years at UConn. During his time in Storrs, the program blossomed from a major college football newcomer upon his arrival to a team that made five bowl appearances in the past seven years. He left as the school’s all-time leader in wins (74) and games coached (144). In 2010, he was named the Big East Football Coach of the Year. In addition to the great success on the field, UConn performed admirably in the classroom under Edsall. In five of the past seven years, including 2007, 2008 and 2009, UConn was recognized by the American Football Coaches Association for its high graduation rate. UConn was the top team in the NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of both October 2008 and 2009 among Big East schools. The Huskies were third in the Big East in the 2010 GSR release and within four points of second. A former member of the American Football Coaches Association Board of Trustees and past chairman of the NCAA Football Rules Committee, Edsall came to Connecticut after spending one year as defensive coordinator at Georgia Tech (1998), four years as defensive backs coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars (1994-97) of the NFL, three years as defensive facks coach at Boston College (1991-93), and 11 years as a graduate assistant (1980-82) or full-time assistant coach at Syracuse (1983-90), his alma mater (1980). He also holds a master’s degree in health and physical education from Syracuse (1982). A native of Glen Rock, Pa., he and his wife Eileen have two children, a daughter, Alexi and a son, Corey.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Head Coach F.H. Peters .................(1) D. John Markey .........(4) Fred Nielsen ..............(1) C. Melick Church ......(1) Bill Lang ....................(1) Barney Cooper & E. Larkin ....................(1) R. Alston ....................(1) Donnelly, H.C. Byrd ..(1) H.C. Byrd ................(23) Jack Faber ..................(3) Frank M. Dobson .......(2) J. Faber & A. Heagy ..(1) Al Woods ...................(1) Clark Shaughnessy ....(2) Clarence Spears .........(2) Paul “Bear” Bryant ....(1) Jim Tatum ..................(9) Tommy Mont .............(3) Tom Nugent ...............(7) Lou Saban ..................(1) Bob Ward ...................(2) Roy Lester .................(3) Jerry Claiborne ........(10) Bobby Ross................(5) Joe Krivak..................(5) Mark Duffner .............(5) Ron Vanderlinden ......(4) Ralph Friedgen ........(10)

Years 1900 1902-1904 1905-06 1907 1908

W 3 12 11 3 3

L 4 13 7 6 8

T 1 4 0 0 0

Pct .438 .483 .611 .333 .273

1909 2 1910 4 1911 4 1911-1934 117 1935-1937 21 1938-1939 2 1940 2 1941 3 1942, 1946 10 1943-1944 5 1945 6 1947-1955 73 1956-1958 11 1959-1965 36 1966 4 1967-1968 2 1969-1971 7 1972-1981 77 1982-1986 39 1987-1991 20 1992-1996 20 1997-2000 15 2001-2010 75

5 3 4 82 9 7 6 5 8 12 2 15 18 34 6 17 25 37 19 34 35 29 50

0 1 2 15 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0

.286 .563 .500 .582 .700 .222 .278 .388 .555 .294 .722 .819 .383 .514 .400 .105 .219 .671 669 .375 .367 .341 .600

W 11 23 46 26 43 9 3 15 6 13 7 2

L 0 4 11 20 38 8 3 19 11 27 25 11

T 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .958 .836 .802 .565 .530 .528 .500 .441 .353 .325 .219 .154

W 5 2 2 2 0

L 2 5 2 2 0

T 0 0 1 0 1

Pct .714 .286 .500 .500 .500

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Head Coach Years Jim Tatum ..............(3) 1953-1955 Bobby Ross ...........(5) 1982-1986 Jerry Claiborne ....(10) 1972-1981 Tom Nugent ..........(7) 1959-1965 Ralph Friedgen ....(10) 2001-2010 Tommy Mont ........(3) 1956-1958 Lou Saban .............(1) 1966 Joe Krivak .............(5) 1987-1991 Roy Lester .............(3) 1969-1971 Mark Duffner ........(5) 1992-1996 Ron Vanderlinden..(4) 1997-2000 Bob Ward ..............(2) 1967-1968 (Based on Winning Percentage)

Edsall by the Numbers Year School ........ AP/USA... ................... ...... All 1999 Connecticut .................. ................... ... 4-7-0 2000 Connecticut .................. ................... ... 3-8-0 2001 Connecticut .................. ................... ... 2-9-0 2002 Connecticut .................. ................... ...6-6-0 2003 Connecticut .................. ................... ...9-3-0 2004 Connecticut .................. ................... ...8-4-0 2005 Connecticut .................. ................... ...5-6-0 2006 Connecticut .................. ................... ...4-8-0 2007 Connecticut .................. ................... ...9-4-0 2008 Connecticut .................. ................... ...8-5-0 2009 Connecticut .................. ................... ...8-5-0 2010 Connecticut .................. ................... ...8-5-0 Connecticut: 12 Years ............ ........(.514). 74-70-0 Overall Record: 12 Years ...... ........(.514). 74-70-0 Versus ACC Schools: (All at Connecticut) vs. Boston College ............................................. 0-4 vs. Duke ............................................................. 2-0 vs. Georgia Tech................................................. 0-3 vs. Miami ........................................................... 0-1 vs. North Carolina .............................................. 0-2 vs. NC State ....................................................... 0-1 vs. Virginia ......................................................... 1-1 vs. Virginia Tech ................................................ 0-2 vs. Wake Forest .................................................. 1-2

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls Ralph Friedgen ......................................(7) Jerry Claiborne ......................................(7) Jim Tatum ..............................................(5) Bobby Ross ...........................................(4) Joe Krivak .............................................(1) (Based on Appearances)

- TERRAPIN ASSISTANT COACHES Todd Bradford (Southern Utah ‘86) .................Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Backs Tom Brattan (Delaware ’72) ..................................................................... Offensive Line Gary Crowton (BYU ’83) ......................................Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Keith Dudzinski (New Haven ’91) .....................................................Inside Linebackers John Dunn (North Carolina ‘05)..................................... Recruiting Coordinator, Tight Ends Greg Gattuso (Penn State ‘83) ..................................................................Defensive Line Lee Hull (Holy Cross ‘88) .......................................................................Wide Receivers Lyndon Johnson (Connecticut ‘92) ......................... Special Teams, Outside Linebackers Andre Powell (Indiana ’89) ......................................................................Running Backs

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Maryland 2010 Statistics 2010 Maryland Results (9-4, 5-3 ACC) Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att.

Md. AP USA

Opp. | ---------------Offense----------------- | | ---------------Defense ---------------| AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO

S6 .........W, 17-14....Navy 69,348 261 at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, Md.) S11 .........W, 62-3....Morgan State 40,099 221 S18 ........L, 17-31....at West Virginia 60,122 21 21 -10 S25 .......W, 42-28....Florida International 33,254 169 O2.........W, 21-16....Duke 39,106 124 O16..........L, 7-31....at Clemson 71,000 44 O23.......W, 24-21....at Boston College 36,078 43 O30.......W, 62-14....Wake Forest 39,063 261 N6..........L, 20-26....at Miami 55,434 96 N13.......W, 42-23....at Virginia 45,634 136 N20........L, 16-30....Florida State 48,115 163 N27.......W, 38-31....NC State 35,370 21 23 -9 D29.......W, 51-20....East Carolina 38,062 297 Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman at RFK Stadium (Washington, D.C.)

TEAM STATISTICS.............. Md. OPP SCORING ................................. 419 288 Points Per Game..................... 32.2 22.2 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 226 260 Rushing ..................................... 87 88 Passing .................................... 115 140 Penalty....................................... 24 32 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1796 1618 Yards gained rushing ............. 2084 1996 Yards lost rushing .................... 288 378 Rushing Attempts .................... 433 480 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.1 3.4 Average Per Game................ 138.2 124.5 TDs Rushing ............................. 21 14 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 2791 2962 Comp-Att-Int...............219-389-10 270-499-19 Average Per Pass ...................... 7.2 5.9 Average Per Catch .................. 12.7 11.0 Average Per Game................ 214.7 227.8 TDs Passing............................... 27 17 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 4587 4580 Total Plays ............................... 822 979 Average Per Play ...................... 5.6 4.7 Average Per Game................ 352.8 352.3 KICK RETURNS................. 50-914 73-1408 PUNT RETURNS ................ 34-576 32-320 INT RETURNS .................... 19-310 10-217 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 18.3 19.3 PUNT RETURN AVG. ............ 16.9 10.0 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 16.3 21.7 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 16-4 25-10 PENALTIES-Yards ............ 102-890 95-820 Average Per Game.................. 68.5 63.1 PUNTS-Yards .................... 67-2796 68-2505 Average Per Punt .................... 41.7 36.8 Net punt average .................... 35.5 27.5 TOP/Game ............................ 28:59 31:01 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 61/171 86/217 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 36% 40% 4TH-DOWN Conv. ................ 14/21 14/26 4th-Down Pct ......................... 67% 54% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 28-204 22-159 MISC YARDS ............................. 35 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 54 34 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 14-18 17-21 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-0 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 42-49 41-55 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 31-49 27-55 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 53-54 31-33 ATTENDANCE .................. 235007 268268 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 6/39168 5/53654 Neutral Site Games .......... 2/53705 2/53705

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272

2-5-1

2

412

73

485

6-10-0

2

149 227 250 170 306 179 185 158 289 269 417 181

370 217 419 294 350 222 446 254 425 432 408 478

11-25-1 13-24-0 18-27-0 9-26-0 25-47-3 26-39-0 16-24-0 11-30-1 17-28-0 25-45-2 33-47-0 13-22-2

1 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 4 0 2

37 201 117 48 94 96 -3 218 92 151 123 32

48 268 355 351 119 189 158 286 290 203 311 311

85 469 472 399 213 285 155 504 382 354 434 343

7-28-2 19-30-1 35-58-2 28-56-2 8-21-0 18-33-2 17-34-2 18-30-2 27-48-2 17-27-1 31-62-1 39-62-2

3 3 2 2 0 3 2 2 2 2 2 4

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Davin Meggett ...........126 720 4 76 5.7 Da’Rel Scott ...............122 708 5 91 5.8 D.J. Adams ...................67 239 11 23 3.6 Jamarr Robinson ..........37 97 0 31 2.6 Taylor Watson ................7 44 0 15 6.3 Mike Salvatico .............11 21 0 7 1.9 C.J. Brown .....................1 12 0 12 12.0 Gary Douglas .................2 8 0 4 4.0 Torrey Smith ..................9 7 0 9 0.8 Adrian Cannon ...............1 5 0 5 5.0 Haroon Brown................1 4 0 4 4.0 Kevin Dorsey .................1 4 0 4 4.0 Quintin McCree .............1 3 0 3 3.0 Paul Pinegar ...................0 2 0 0 0.0 Ronnie Tyler ...................5 1 0 7 0.2 Tony Logan ....................2 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM ............................9 -31 0 0 -3.4 Danny O’Brien .............31 -48 1 12 -1.5 Total.......... .................433 1796 21 91 4.1 Opponents...... ...........480 1618 14 70 3.4 PASSING........Cmp. Danny O’Brien ... 192 Jamarr Robinson .. 26 Da’Rel Scott ........... 1 Tony Logan ............ 0 C.J. Brown ............. 0 Total.......... ......... 219 Opponents...... ... 270

Att. Int. Pct. TD Yds. 337 8 57.0 22 2438 49 2 53.1 4 349 1 0100.0 1 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 389 10 56.3 27 2791 499 19 54.1 17 2962

RECEIVING .......Rec. Torrey Smith ............ 67 Adrian Cannon ......... 36 Quintin McCree ....... 16 Kevin Dorsey ........... 15 Da’Rel Scott ............. 14 Ronnie Tyler ............. 13 Will Yeatman ............ 13 Matt Furstenburg ...... 12 Kerry Boykins .......... 10 LaQuan Williams ....... 6 Davin Meggett ........... 6 Dave Stinebaugh ........ 4 Taylor Watson ............ 2 Haroon Brown............ 2 Devonte Campbell ..... 1 Tony Logan ................ 1 Danny O’Brien ........... 1 Total.......... ............. 219 Opponents...... ........ 270

Yds. 1055 324 188 187 170 149 134 206 124 101 59 42 16 11 14 7 4 2791 2962

TD Lg. Avg. 12 80 15.7 1 26 9.0 1 55 11.8 2 45 12.5 3 71 12.1 1 30 11.5 1 20 10.3 1 53 17.2 1 27 12.4 2 29 16.8 0 31 9.8 0 19 10.5 0 11 8.0 1 8 5.5 0 14 14.0 0 7 7.0 1 4 4.0 27 80 12.7 17 63 11.0

PUNTING ............. No. Travis Baltz .............. 67 Total.......... ............... 67 Opponents...... ......... 68

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 2796 62 0 41.7 2796 62 0 41.7 2505 61 4 36.8

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Tony Logan .............. 31 560 2 85 18.1 Torrey Smith .............. 1 0 0 0 0.0 Nick Peterson ............. 1 15 0 0 15.0 Cameron Chism ......... 1 1 0 0 1.0 Total.......... ............... 34 576 2 85 16.9 Opponents...... ......... 32 320 0 66 10.0 KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Torrey Smith ............ 30 585 0 33 19.5 Dexter McDougle....... 5 71 0 29 14.2

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Trenton Hughes .......... 3 57 Matt Furstenburg ........ 2 21 Da’Rel Scott ............... 2 33 Avery Graham ............ 2 38 Tony Logan ................ 2 46 Taylor Watson ............ 1 20 Devonte Campbell ..... 1 12 Gaddis ........................ 1 16 Ryan Schlothauer ....... 1 15 Total.......... ............... 50 914 Opponents...... ......... 73 1408 SCORING ..............TD FGs Travis Baltz ..........................0 Torrey Smith ......................12 D.J. Adams ......................... 11 Da’Rel Scott .........................8 Davin Meggett .....................4 Tony Logan ..........................2 Danny O’Brien .....................2 LaQuan Williams .................2 Kevin Dorsey .......................2 Matt Furstenburg ..................1 Adrian Cannon .....................1 Kerry Boykins ......................1 Will Yeatman ........................1 Ronnie Tyler .........................1 Haroon Brown......................1 Demetrius Hartsfield ............1 Ryan Donohue......................1 Alex Wujciak .......................1 Kenny Tate ...........................1 Quintin McCree ...................1 Total.......... .........................54 Opponents...... ...................34

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

19 13 25 21 22 20 12 16 15 33 87

19.0 10.5 16.5 19.0 23.0 20.0 12.0 16.0 15.0 18.3 19.3

PAT Pts. 14 53 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 53 17 31

95 72 66 48 24 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 419 288

TACKLES ....................... Solo Alex Wujciak ............................ 43 Kenny Tate ................................ 58 Demetrius Hartsfield ................. 33 Adrian Moten ............................ 31 Antwine Perez ........................... 47 Cameron Chism ........................ 43 Joe Vellano ................................ 24 A.J. Francis ............................... 15 Trenton Hughes ......................... 28 Darin Drakeford ........................ 21 Drew Gloster ............................. 12 Matt Robinson........................... 18 Isaiah Ross .................................11 Eric Franklin ............................... 9 Justin Anderson ........................... 8 Dexter McDougle...................... 14 Zachariah Kerr ............................ 6 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Adrian Moten .................. 4 Kenny Tate ...................... 3 Eric Franklin ................... 3 Antwine Perez ................. 3 Alex Wujciak .................. 2 Ryan Donohue................. 1 Demetrius Hartsfield ....... 1 Trenton Hughes ............... 1 David Mackall................. 1 Total.......... .................... 19 Opponents...... .............. 10

Yds. 0 81 57 11 86 25 14 2 34 310 217

Ast. 74 42 55 46 27 27 39 29 11 15 21 11 16 14 14 8 15 TD 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 2

Tot. 117 100 88 77 74 70 63 44 39 36 33 29 27 23 22 22 21 Lg. 0 53 31 11 60 25 14 2 34 60 96


Miami Hurricanes 2011 Miami Schedule Date Sept. 5 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 25

Series Series Last Opponent .................................Record ..Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) .......................... Site at Maryland (ESPN), 8 p.m ...................8-8-0 ..1948 ....2010, hW 26-20 .. Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) . College Park, Md. Ohio State (ESPN or ABC), 7:30 or 8 pm ..1-3-0 ..1977 ....2010, aL 36-24 ......Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla. Kansas State .......................................... First Meeting .......................Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla. Bethune Cookman ................................ First Meeting .......................Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla. at Virginia Tech .........................17-11-0 ..1953 ....2010, hL 31-17 ....Lane Stadium (66,233) ...................... Blacksburg, Va. at North Carolina ..........................6-8-0 ..1946 ....2010, hW 33-10 ..Kenan Stadium (63,000) .................... Chapel Hill, N.C. Georgia Tech ...............................6-10-0 ..1955 ....2010, aW 35-10....Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla. Virginia (ESPN), 8 pm ..................5-3-0 ..1996 ....2010, aL 24-19 ....Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla. Duke ..............................................7-1-0 ..1976 ....2010, aW 28-13...Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla. at Florida State..........................31-24-0 ..1951 ....2010, hL 45-17 .....Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) . Tallahassee, Fla. at USF ............................................2-1-0 ..2005 ....2010, hL 23-20 (ot) Raymond James Stadium (65,700) .... Tampa, Fla. Boston College (ABC), 3:30 pm ...23-4-0 ..1955 ....2007, aL 28-14 .....Sun Life Stadium (74,916) ................ Miami Gardens, Fla.

2010 In Review

After guiding the Hurricanes to a 7-5 overall regular season record, including a 5-3 mark in the ACC and 2nd place in the Coastal Division, Miami head coach Randy Shannon was let go, leaving a fouryear record of 28-22 (.560) at his alma mater...Shannon’s team posted impressive victories in 2010, including back-to-back road wins over Pittsburgh and Clemson and definitive triumphs over North Carolina and Georgia Tech...But the Hurricanes were also underwhelming at times, in losses to Ohio State, Florida State, Virginia and USF....Shannon was replaced by former Virginia assistant and Temple head coach Al Golden, who had guided the Owls to back-to-back seasons of eight or more wins for the first time in 36 years.....One of the bright spots for the Hurricanes was the play of WR Leonard Hankerson, who led the ACC in pass reception yardage (1,156) and TD receptions (13) and finished 2nd in pass receptions (72, 5.54/gm)...Hankerson was a firstteam All-ACC selection and a 2nd-team All-America...He was joined on the All-ACC first team by G Brandon Washington and P Matt Bosher....Six Hurricanes were chosen 2nd-team All-ACC, led by RB Damien Berry (899 yds), but also including T Orlando Franklin, DE Allen Bailey, OLB Sean Spence, CB Brandon Harris and S Ray-Ray Armstrong...LB Colin McCarthy, who led the ‘Canes in tackles with 120 hits, was an Honorable Mention All-ACC selection... Franklin, one of the leaders of the offensive line, earned 3rd-team AllAmerica honors, while Harris was a 2nd-team pick...Bailey, who led the team with 7 sacks, and Spence both were Honorable Mention AllAmerica picks...Two Hurricanes also received Freshman All-America honors: T Seantrel Henderson and RB Lamar Miller.

Who’s Gone

In addition to losing Shannon and the transition of a new staff, Miami loses a total of 11 starters, five on offense and four on defense as well as both specialists in Matt Bosher who earned first-team All-ACC honors as a PK and P at some point in his career...Offensively, the Hurricanes will be without WR Leonard Hankerson, who set a Miami record with 13 TD pass receptions, as well as leading rusher RB Damien Berry, T Orlando Franklin, FB Patrick Hill and TE Richard Gordon...On defense, the Hurricanes lose just four, but three of them--DE Allen Bailey, LB Colin McCarthy and CB Brandon Harris--all earned some form of All-ACC honors and the fourth, CB Ryan Hill, had a productive senior season with 8 pass breakups and 3 interceptions.

2011 Preview

Golden welcomes back 46 returning lettermen including 13 starters-six on offense, seven on defense...A major priority for Golden and new offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch will be to settle on a quarterback between senior Jacory Harris and sophomore Stephen Morris... The pair combined to throw for 3,013 yards and 21 TDs last fall, but also 27 interceptions, ranking Miami 104th among all FBS teams in turnover margin...Harris and Morris ended the spring in a dead heat for the starting berth and whichever one emerges in the fall will have several weapons at his disposal...The weapons start with RBs Lamar Miller (646 yds) and Mike James (398 yds) who each averaged 5.7 yards per carry or better, and a talented wide receiver corps which is led by senior big-play receiver Travis Benjamin, who averaged 17.3 yards on his 43 receptions last year, but also includes WRs LaRon Byrd (41 catches), Aldarius Johnson, Tommy Streeter, Allen Hurns and Kendal Thompkins...The tight end position features sophomore lettermen Chase Ford and Asante Cleveland joined by Southern Cal transfer Blake Ayles....Finally, the line returns four of five starters led by RG Brandon Washington, and including C Tyler Horn, LG Harland Gunn and LT Seantrel Henderson...Henderson, though, fell behind redshirt freshman T Malcolm Bunche in the spring, while Jermaine Johnson and Ben Jones are competing for starting honors at RT...Defensive consistency is a goal for this fall and new Coordinator Mark D’Onofrio will have seven starters returning, including three of four linemen upfront in DE Olivier Vernon and DTs Marcus Forston and Micanor Regis ... DE Adewale Ojomo ended spring as the other starter, with veterans DT Luther Robinson, DE Marcus Robinson, DT Curtis Porter and DE Andrew Smith in reserve... Linebacker was a concern in the spring, but big-play OLB Sean Spence (16 TFLs) should be in the running for national honors... Ramon Buchanan (55 tackles, 8 TFLs) will start at one LB spot, with the MLB to be decided in the fall from either sophomore James Gaines or senior Jordan Futch... In the secondary, junior Vaughn Telemaque (58 tackles, 3 interceptions) and 2nd-team All-ACC Ray-Ray Armstrong, ended spring as starting safeties, with Jo Jo Nicolas and Lee Chambers holding forth at the CB positions. Replacing Bosher with one person may prove to be problematic, but junior P-PK Jake Wieclaw ended spring as the leader for both jobs.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (13)

OFFENSE (6) ..........................2010 .. Career Pos. Name ........................... Starts ....Starts WR Travis Benjamin, Sr. .............9 .......... 16 RT Seantrel Henderson, So. .....10 .......... 10 LG Harland Gunn, Sr. ...............13 .......... 18 RG Brandon Washington, Jr. ....13 .......... 15 C Tyler Horn, Sr. ....................13 .......... 13 QB Jacory Harris, Sr. ................13 .......... 15 DEFENSE (7) ..........................2010 .. Career Pos. Name ........................... Starts ....Starts DE Olivier Vernon, Jr. ..............11 .......... 12 DT Micanor Regis, Sr. ..............10 .......... 10 DT Marcus Forston, Jr. .............12 .......... 14 SLB Ramon Buchanon, Sr. ...........9 .......... 11 LB Sean Spence, Sr. .................13 .......... 30 S Vaughn Telemaque, Jr.........13 .......... 24 S JoJo Nicolas, Sr. ...................9 .......... 18 SPECIALISTS (0) ...................2010 .. Career Pos. Name ........................... Starts ...Starts

Starters Lost (11)

OFFENSE (5) ..........................2010 .. Career Pos. Name ........................... Starts ....Starts WR Leonard Hankerson ............12 .......... 28 LT Orlando Franklin ................12 .......... 37 TE Richard Gordon ..................12 .......... 13 FB Patrick Hill ...........................7 .......... 13 RB Damien Berry .....................10 .......... 10 DEFENSE (4) ..........................2010 .. Career Pos. Name ........................... Starts ....Starts DT-E Allen Bailey........................13 .......... 35 LB Colin McCarthy. .................11 .......... 35 CB Brandon Harris ...................13 .......... 33 CB Ryan Hill ............................10 .......... 15 SPECIALISTS (2) ...................2010 .. Career Pos. Name ........................... Starts ...Starts PK Matt Bosher. .......................13 .......... 39 P Matt Bosher ........................13 .......... 51

Quick Facts

Location ................. Coral Gables, Fla 33146 Founded ................................................. 1925 Enrollment .......................................... 15,323 President ...................... Dr. Donna E. Shalala Director of Athletics ............. Shawn Eichorst Stadium .............................. Sun Life Stadium Capacity .............................................. 74,916 2010 Overall Record................................. 7-6 2010 ACC Record..................................... 5-3 2010 ACC Finish ..... 2nd in Coastal Division

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Miami Hurricanes Lettermen Returning .....................52 Offensive Lettermen Returning....26 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...25 Specialists Lettermen Returning. ...1 Lettermen Lost ...............................17 Offensive Lettermen Lost ..............7 Defensive Lettermen Lost ..............9 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............1

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ........................... .977 % Rushing Returning .......................... .500 % Receiving Returning ....................... .592 % Receiving Yards Returning ............. .565 % Scoring Returning ........................... .409 % Kickoff Returns .............................. .527 % Punt Returns ................................... .584 % Tackles Returning ........................... .651 % Turnovers Forced ............................ .593

Numbers & Notes

1 - Miami led the nation in tackles for loss in 2010, averaging 8.85 negative defensive plays per game. Five Miami players finished in double figures in TFLs. Three of them return this year: OLB Sean Spence (16.0), DT Marcus Forston (12.0) and DE Adewale Ojomo (10.5). 2 - Junior G Brandon Washington was twice honored as the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week in 2010. The first-team All-ACC offensive guard was honored on Oct. 18 for his play in Miami’s 28-13 win at Duke and on Nov. 22 for his play in Miami’s 31-17 loss to Virginia Tech. 3 - Senior WR Travis Benjamin has averaged 17.1 yards per catch on his 90 career pass receptions. His average per catch ranks 3rd among all returning ACC receivers who have had at least 30 career receptions. 3 - Three members of Miami’s defensive unit, S Ray-Ray Armstrong, DT Marcus Forston and OLB Sean Spence were named to the pre-season watch list for the Nagurski Award, given annually to the nation’s top defensive player. 5 - For the fifth time, Miami will be participating in the ACC’s nationally televised Labor Day Monday Night football game. The Hurricanes will play at Maryland on Monday, Sept. 5, at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium in a game nationally-televised by ESPN. The Hurricanes previously met Florida State four times on Labor D Day Monday Night, hosting the game in 2003 aand 2005 and traveling to Tallahassee in 2004 aand 2009. 9 - Nine of Miami’s opponents in 2011 earned ttrips to post-season bowl games last year, includiing BCS Bowl participants Ohio State (Allstate S Sugar), and Virginia Tech (Discover Orange). 3309.84 - Over the past seven seasons, Miami’s d defense has held its opponents to just 309.84 yyards per game in total offense. The Hurricanes rrank 10th nationally in total defense during that ttime, a span of 88 games.


Miami Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE .... ........................................... Rush ....... Pass...... TDR... Total 1. Ken Dorsey (1999-02) ................................-79 .......9565...........88....9486 2. Gino Torretta (1989-92) ............................... 32 .......7690...........49....7722 3. Jacory Harris (2008-**) ............................-91 .......6340...........55....6249 4. Craig Erickson (1987-90) ...........................-35 .......6056...........49....6021 5. Vinny Testaverde (1982-86)......................-320 .......6058...........56....5738 6. Kyle Wright (2004-07) ................................-99 .......5835...........42....5736 7. Ryan Clement (1994-97) ...........................-345 .......6004...........41....5659 8. Bernie Kosar (1983-84) ............................-386 .......5971...........48....5585 9. Jim Kelly (1979-82) ................................... 124 .......5228...........36....5352 10. Steve Walsh (1986-88) ................................-41 .......5369...........49....5328

RUSHING ........................................................... Att......... TD ..... Avg. Avg ....Yards Yards 1. Ottis Anderson (1975-78) ..........................691.......... 17 ...... 4.82 ......3331 2. Edgerrin James (1996-98) ..........................474.......... 32 ...... 6.24 ......2960 3. James Jackson (1996-00) ...........................541.......... 29 ...... 5.46 ......2953 4. Clinton Portis (1999-01) ............................440.......... 21 ...... 5.73 ......2523 5. Graig Cooper (2007-10) .............................465.......... 13 ...... 5.12 ......2383 6. Danyell Ferguson (1992-96) ......................454.......... 18 ...... 4.88 ......2214 7. Javarris James (2006-09) ...........................510.......... 18 ...... 4.24 ......2162 8. Willis McGahee (2001-02) ........................351.......... 31 ...... 5.89 ......2067 9. Frank Gore (2002-04) ................................348.......... 17 ...... 5.68 ......1975 10. Stephen McGuire (1989-92) ......................450.......... 35 ...... 4.34 ......1953

PASSING YARDAGE ............................. Comp-Att....... Pct. .... TD. .....Yards 1. Ken Dorsey (1999-02) ..................... 668-1153..... . .579 ........ 86 .......9565 2. Gino Torretta (1989-92) ..................... 555-991...... .560 ........ 47 .......7690 3. Jacory Harris (2008-**) ................... 508-870...... .583 ........ 50 .......6340 4. Vinny Testaverde (1982-86)............... 413-674...... .612 ........ 48 .......6058 5. Craig Erickson (1987-90) .................. 420-752...... .558 ........ 46 .......6056 6. Ryan Clement (1994-97) .................... 443-747...... .593 ........ 43 .......6004 7. Bernie Kosar (1983-84) ..................... 463-743...... .623 ........ 40 .......5971 8. Kyle Wright (2004-07) ....................... 478-807...... .592 ........ 38 .......5835 9. Steve Walsh (1986-88) ....................... 410-690...... .594 ........ 48 .......5369 10. Jim Kelly (1979-82) ........................... 376-676....... .556 ........ 33 .......5228

RECEPTIONS..................................................Yards........ TD....... Avg. .... Rec. 1. Reggie Wayne (1997-00) ..........................2510..........20...... 14.51 ......173 2. Lamar Thomas (1989-92) .........................2271..........23...... 15.77 ......144 3. Santana Moss (1997-00) ...........................2546..........19...... 17.80 ......143 Michael Irvin (1985-87) ............................2423..........26...... 16.94 ......143 5. Leonard Hankerson (2007-10) ..................2160..........22...... 16.12 ......134 6. Wesley Carroll (1989-90)..........................1722..........11...... 15.11 ......114 Willie Smith (1984-86) .............................1521............6...... 13.34 ......114 8. Glenn Dennison (1981-83) .......................1095............5...... 10.14 ......108 9. Randal Hill (1987-90) ...............................1643..........11...... 15.36 ......107 10. Chris T. Jones (1991-94) ...........................1640..........11...... 15.47 ......106

RECEIVING YARDAGE ................................ Recp. ...... TD..... Avg. .....Yards 1. Santana Moss (1997-00) ............................. 143 ........19.... 17.80 .......2546 2. Reggie Wayne (1997-00) ............................ 173 ........20.... 14.51 .......2510 3. Michael Irvin (1985-87) .............................. 143 ........26.... 16.94 .......2423 4. Lamar Thomas (1989-92) ........................... 144 ........23.... 15.77 .......2271 5. Leonard Hankerson (2007-10) .................... 134 ........22.... 16.12 .......2160 6. Andre Johnson (2000-02) ............................. 92 ........20.... 19.90 .......1831 7. Eddie Brown (1983-84) ................................ 89 ........14.... 19.71 .......1754 8. Wesley Carroll (1989-90)............................ 114 ........11.... 15.11 .......1722 9. Larry Brodsky (1979-81) ............................ 100 ..........9.... 16.96 .......1696 10. Randal Hill (1987-90) ................................. 107 ........11.... 15.36 .......1643

SCORING Points 1. Carlos Huerta (1988-92) .......................................................................397 2. Jon Peattie (2003-06) ............................................................................337 3. Todd Sievers (1998, 2000-02)...............................................................310 4. Greg Cox (1984-87) ..............................................................................302 5. Andy Crosland (1996-99) .....................................................................292 6. Dane Prewitt (1992-95).........................................................................272 7. Matt Bosher (2007-10) ..........................................................................262 8. Danny Miller (1978-81) ........................................................................244 9. Edgerrin James (1996-98) .....................................................................212 10. Stephen McGuire (1989-92) .................................................................210

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. 26 ** Ray-Ray Armstrong .......DB 6-4 215 86 Blake Ayles ....................TE 6-5 265 30 Chad Barnes ...................WR 5-8 170 73 Jermaine Barton .............OL 6-7 305 3 *** Travis Benjamin .............WR 5-10 175 13 Dalton Botts ..................... P 6-3 198 28 Ben Bruneau...................WR 6-2 195 45*** Ramon Buchanan ...........LB 6-1 222 79 Malcolm Bunche ............OL 6-7 320 2 *** LaRon Byrd....................WR 6-4 220 94 * Kelvin Cain ....................LB 6-3 230 43 ** John Calhoun .................TE 6-3 250 32 *** Lee Chambers ................DB 5-10 185 71 Anthony Chickillo..........DL 6-4 248 23 * Eduardo Clements ..........DB 5-9 195 82 * Asante Cleveland ...........TE 6-5 255 39 * Tyrone Cornileus ............DB 6-2 195 68 Akil Craig.......................LB 6-1 215 25 Dallas Crawford .............DB 5-10 193 15 Cameron Dean ................. P 6-3 225 85 Phillip Dorsett ................WR 5-9 170 90 Chris Dunckel ................DE 6-3 228 49 * Dyron Dye......................DL 6-5 275 70 Jonathan Feliciano .........OL 6-5 320 61**** Joel Figueroa .................OL 6-6 315 20 Thomas Finnie ...............DB 5-10 170 9 * Chase Ford .....................TE 6-6 245 99 ** Marcus Forston ..............DL 6-3 300 58 *** Jordan Futch ...................LB 6-3 235 74 Taylor Gadbois ...............OL 6-7 292 59 * James Gaines..................LB 6-3 220 37 * Nathan Gholston ............DB 5-7 185 53 Sean Goldstein ...............LB 6-0 232 30 Matt Goudis ...................PK 6-0 160 51 Shayon Green .................LB 6-3 255 92 Jalen Grimble .................DL 6-2 280 24 Kevin Grooms ................RB 5-9 165 66 *** Harland Gunn .................OL 6-2 310 33 * Maurice Hagens .............RB 5-11 240 19 Darion Hall.....................RB 5-11 195 12 *** Jacory Harris ..................QB 6-4 195 77 * Seantrel Henderson ........OL 6-8 345 11 ** Alonzo Highsmith ..........DB 6-0 195 34 ** C.J.Holton ......................LB 6-1 230 18 Ben Hopfinger................PK 6-0 195 63 *** Tyler Horn ........................C 6-4 305 1 * Allen Hurns ....................WR 6-3 185 37 Alex Irastorza .................PK/P 6-3 190 60 *** Chris Ivory .....................LS 6-2 230 43 Kenneth Jackson ............CB 5-10 170 5 ** Mike James ....................RB 5-11 222

2011 Alphabetical Roster Cl. .....................Hometown Jr. ....................Sanford, Fla. Sr. ..................Orange, Calif. So. ....................Weston, Fla. Fr.-R ...Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Sr. ............. Belle Glade, Fla. Fr. ....................... Taft, Calif. Jr. .............. Opa-Locka, Fla. Sr. ...............Melbourne, Fla. Fr.-R ............... Newark, Del. Sr. ..................Hahnville, La. So. .................. Clovis, Calif. Jr. ...................... Micco, Fla. Sr.-R ........Coffeeville, Miss. Fr. ......................Tampa, Fla. So. .....................Miami, Fla. So. ..........Sacramento, Calif. So. ...... Stone Mountain, Ga. Fr. ......................Tampa, Fla. Fr. ...............Fort Myers, Fla. Jr. .............Gulf Stream, Fla. Fr. .......Fort Lauderdale, Fla. So. ................ Bethesda, Md. So.-R ...............Sanford, Fla. Fr.-R ...................Davie, Fla. Gr.-R ...... North Miami, Fla. Fr. ......................Miami, Fla. Sr. ............... Corrigan, Texas Jr. ......................Miami, Fla. Sr. .............. Hollywood, Fla. Fr. .......................Dallas, Ga. So. ................Getzville, N.Y. Jr. .............. Westland, Mich. Jr. ..................... Dresher, Pa. Fr. .............West Hills, Calif. So.-R .................. Tifton, Ga. Fr. ...............Las Vegas, Nev. Fr. .............. Hollywood, Fla. Sr.-R ............... Omaha, Neb. So. ............... Riverview, Fla. Fr.-R ................. Naples, Fla. Sr. ......................Miami, Fla. So. ............... St. Paul, Minn. Jr. ....... Missouri City, Texas Jr.-R ...... Crawfordville, Fla. Fr.-R ............ Plantation, Fla. Sr.-R ...........Memphis, Tenn. So. .....................Miami, Fla. So. .....................Miami, Fla. Sr.-R ................... Ocala, Fla. Fr. ..............Vero Beach, Fla. Jr. ..............Haines City, Fla.

No. Name..............................Pos. 40 Curt Johnsen...................DB 4 *** Aldarius Johnson............WR 81 ** Davon Johnson ...............WR 44 Eddie Johnson ................DB 78 * Jermaine Johnson ...........OL 55 ** Ben Jones .......................OL 50 Antonio Kinard ..............LB 76 Corey King .....................DL 98 ** Jeremy Lewis .................DL 57 Erik Lichter ....................LB 65 * Brandon Linder ..............OL 69 Eduardo Lopez ...............OL 62 Shane McDermott ..........OL 21 ** Brandon McGee .............DB 6 * Lamar Miller ..................RB 17 * Stephen Morris ...............QB 29 *** JoJo Nicolas ...................DB 27 Shawn O’Dare ................WR 97 ** Adewale Ojomo .............DL 36 Gionni Paul ....................LB 27 Keion Payne ...................DB 95 David Perry ....................DB 52 Denzel Perryman ............LB 91 Olsen Pierre....................DL 96 * Curtis Porter ...................DL 54 *** Micanor Regis ................DL 93 * Luther Robinson.............DL 56 *** Marcus Robinson ...........DL 22 * Kacy Rodgers .................DB 88 * Billy Sanders ..................TE 80 Rashawn Scott................WR 48 *** Andrew Smith ................DL 67 Darius Smith ..................DL 31 *** Sean Spence ...................LB 8 ** Tommy Streeter ..............WR 28 Andrew Swasey .............DB 67 Matthew Sweet...............DE 7 ** Vaughn Telemaque .........DB 83 ** Kendal Thompkins .........WR 38 David Thompson ............RB 38 Jordan Tolson .................DB 35 ** Olivier Vernon ................DL 46 Clive Walford .................TE 72 ** Brandon Washington ........G 75 Jared Wheeler.................OL 16 * Spencer Whipple ............QB 84 Cory White .....................TE 40 Jake Wieclaw .................PK 41 Michael Williams ...........DB 90 Ricardo Williams ...........DL 18 Ryan Williams ................QB

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Ht. 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-6 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-4 5-11 6-6 6-0 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-7 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-5 5-10 6-4 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-6

Wt. 160 205 185 230 320 310 215 270 315 225 310 300 290 190 212 210 200 190 270 230 185 260 217 265 300 305 295 255 200 245 198 250 360 224 215 195 265 200 182 240 195 265 245 320 315 205 275 200 170 220 220

Cl. .....................Hometown Sr. ........ Marshalltown, Iowa Sr. ......................Miami, Fla. Jr.-R ..................Miami, Fla. Fr. ..................... Atlanta, Ga. So.-R ..Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Jr.-R ..................Miami, Fla. Fr. ...........Youngstown, Ohio Fr. ..............Boca Raton, Fla. Jr. .... West Palm Beach, Fla. Jr. ........Coconut Grove, Fla. So. Southwest Ranches, Fla. So. .....................Miami, Fla. Fr.-R ..........Lake Worth, Fla. Jr. ................ Plantation, Fla. So.-R .................Miami, Fla. So. .....................Miami, Fla. Sr. .............. Homestead, Fla. So. .............Vero Beach, Fla. Jr.-R ................ Hialeah, Fla. Fr. ..................Lakeland, Fla. Fr.-R ...Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fr.-R ...Pembroke Pines, Fla. Fr. ........... Coral Gables, Fla. Fr. ................... Rahway, N.J. So. ............... Charlotte, N.C. Sr. ...................Pahokee, Fla. So.-R ..........Fort Pierce, Fla. Sr. .............. Homestead, Fla. So. ............ Southlake, Texas So.-R .............Phoenix, Ariz. Fr. ...............Melbourne, Fla. Sr. ........ Coconut Creek, Fla. Jr. ......... New Britain, Conn. Sr. ......................Miami, Fla. Jr.-R ..................Miami, Fla. Jr. ......................Miami, Fla. So. ...............Walpole, Mass. Jr.-R ...... Long Beach, Calif. Jr. ......................Miami, Fla. So. .....................Miami, Fla. Fr.-R ........ Inglewood, Calif. Jr. ......................Miami, Fla. Fr.-R ......... Belle Glade, Fla. Jr. ......................Miami, Fla. So.-R ......... Hollywood, Fla. Sr.-R ..................Miami, Fla. So.-R ....... Orange Park, Fla. Jr.-R ........... New Lenox, Ill. Gr. ..............Melbourne, Fla. Fr. .............. Homestead, Fla. Jr.-R ...Pembroke Pines, Fla.


Miami Coaches and Records Al Golden Head Coach

Miami Coaches and Records

(Penn State ‘91)

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS

Record at Miami: 0-0 (.000), First Year Overall: 27-34 (.443), 5 Years Born: July 4, 1969 Al Golden was named the 22nd Head Football Coach at Miami on Dec. 12, 2010. Golden comes to Coral Gables after having rejuvenated the long-moribund football program at Temple, which had won a total of three games in the previous three seasons and had only one winning season in over three decades. Golden compiled a five-year, 27-34 record, including a combined 17-8 mark in his last two seasons, the best for the Owls since 1978-79. His 2009 Temple squad earned the school’s first bowl trip (EagleBank) in 30 years and he orchestrated the largest academic turn-around in the APR era. That year Golden was named the Coach of the Year in the Mid-American (MAC) Conference and the Maxwell Club’s Tri State Coach of the Year. Golden came to Temple after spending five seasons (2001-05) as the defensive coordinator for Al Groh at Virginia. Named the youngest defensive coordinator in the FBS in 2001, he helped lead UVa to four straight bowl berths as the Cavalier defense ranked 18th in total defense and 17th in scoring defense in 2004. In addition to his responsibilities as defensive coordinator, Golden directed the inside linebackers from 2001-04 before shifting to the secondary in 2005. In 2004, he oversaw a defense that featured the nation’s best group of linebackers, according to Athlon, The Sporting News, and ESPN The Magazine. Under his guidance, Ahmad Brooks blossomed into a finalist for the Butkus Award. In 2003, Brooks and Kai Parham earned Freshman All- America honors. Golden was responsible for recruiting Brooks, the USA Today National Defensive Player of the Year--the highest ranked recruit to ever attend U.Va. Golden signed the Virginia High School Player of the Year in both 2002 (Brooks) and 2004 (Olu Hall). During his first two seasons at Virginia, Golden helped develop two-time All-ACC linebacker Angelo Crowell, who currently plays with the Buffalo Bills, and 2003 Hula Bowl participant Merrill Robertson. Following the 2001 season, Golden was an assistant coach for the Gray team in the 64th Annual Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic. A 1991 graduate and three-year lettermen at tight end for Penn State, Golden began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at UVa (1994-96) under George Welsh, spent three seasons as linebacker coach at Boston College (1997-99) under Tom O’Brien and one year as linebacker coach and recruiting coordinator at Penn State (2000) under Joe Paterno before joining Groh at UVa in 2001. Golden was a three-year (1989-91) letterwinner and two-year starter at tight end for Penn State, where he received the 1991 Ridge Riley Award, given annually to a player who displays excellence in scholarship, sportsmanship, friendship and leadership. Golden captained the Nittany Lions his senior year and helped lead them to a 42-17 win over Tennessee in the 1992 Fiesta Bowl. Following that victory, Penn State finished with an 11-2 record and ranked third in the nation in the final 1991 AP poll. After his tenure as a player in State College, Golden spent one season in the NFL with the New England Patriots. Golden earned his undergraduate degree in pre-law from Penn State in 1991 before receiving his master’s in sports psychology from Virginia in December, 1996. A native of Colts Neck, N.J., he is married to the former Kelly Elizabeth Hanna of Lock Haven, Pa., and they have three children, a son, A.J., and daughters Addison and Grace.

Golden by the Numbers Year School ..AP/USA.......... ACCFinish .. All .. Pct. 2006 Temple.........................................1-11-0 . .083 2007 Temple......................................... 4-8-0. ...333 2008 Temple.......................................... 5-7-0 ...417 2009 Temple.......................................... 9-4-0 ...692 2010 Temple.......................................... 8-4-0 ...667 Temple: ......5 Yrs .............................. 27-34-0 ...443 Miami: .. First Yr .................................. 0-0-0 ...000 Overall Record: 5 Yrs ...................... 27-34-0 ...443 Versus ACC Schools: (at Temple) vs. Clemson ... 0-1

No. Head Coach Years 1. Howard Buck .............(3) 1926-1928 2. J.Burton Rix...............(1) 1929 3. Ernest Brett ................(1) 1930 4. Tom McCann .............(4) 1931-1934 5. Irl Tubbs ....................(2) 1935-1936 6. Jack Harding ..............(9) 1937-42,45-47 7. Eddie Dunn ................(2) 1943-1944 8. Andy Gustafson .......(16) 1948-1963 9. Charlie Tate ...............(7) 1964-1970 10. Walt Kichefski ...........(1) 1970 11. Fran Curci ..................(2) 1971-1972 12. Pete Elliott .................(2) 1973-1974 13. Carl Selmer ................(2) 1975-1976 14. Lou Saban ..................(2) 1977-1978 15. H. Schnellenberger ....(5) 1979-1983 16. Jimmy Johnson ..........(5) 1984-1988 17. Dennis Erickson ........(6) 1989-1994 18. Butch Davis ...............(6) 1995-2000 19. Larry Coker ...............(6) 2001-2006 20. Randy Shannon..........(4) 2007-2010 Jeff Stoutland ...........(0)* 2010 21. Al Golden ..................(1) 2011* Interim coach for Hyundai Sun Bowl

W 15 3 3 18 11 54 6 93 34 2 9 11 5 9 41 52 63 51 60 28 0 0

L 10 2 4 15 5 32 8 65 27 7 13 11 16 13 16 9 9 20 15 22 1 0

T 2 0 1 4 2 3 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .593 .600 .438 .541 .667 .624 .433 .587 .555 .222 .409 .500 .238 .409 .719 .852 .875 .718 .800 .560 .000 .000

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. Head Coach Years W L 1. Larry Coker (3) ................ 2004-2006 14 10 2. Randy Shannon (4) .......... 2007-2010 16 16 (Based on Winning Percentage)

T 0 0

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls W Dennis Erickson ....................................(6) 3 Larry Coker ...........................................(6) 4 Jimmy Johnson......................................(5) 2 Butch Davis...........................................(4) 4 Andy Gustafson ....................................(4) 1 Tom McCann ........................................(3) 1 Howard Schnellenberger .......................(2) 2 Charlie Tate ...........................................(2) 1 Randy Shannon .....................................(2) 0 Jack Harding .........................................(1) 1 Jeff Stoutland ........................................(1) 0 (Based on Appearances)

T Pct 0 .500 0 .667 0 .400 0 1.000 0 .250 0 .333 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .000

L 3 2 3 0 3 2 0 1 2 0 1

Pct .583 .500

- HURRICANES ASSISTANT COACHES Micheal Barrow (Miami ‘92) ................................................ Linebackers/Special Teams Brennan Carroll (Pittsburgh ‘01) ............... National Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends Mark D’Onofrio (Penn State ‘92) .................................................Defensive Coordinator Jedd Fisch (Florida ‘98) .........................................Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Jethro Franklin (Fresno State ‘89) ............................................................Defensive Line Art Kehoe (Miami ’82) ............................................................................. Offensive Line George McDonald (Illinois ‘99) ..............................................................Wide Receivers Terry Richardson (Syracuse ‘94) ...........Florida Recruiting Coordinator/Running Backs Paul Williams (Delaware ‘96) ....................................................................Defensive Backs

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Miami 2010 Statistics 2010 Miami Results (7-6, 5-3 ACC) Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att.

Miami AP USA

S2 ...........W, 45-0....Florida A&M 53,674 13 S11 ........L, 24-36....at Ohio State 105,454 12 S23 .........W, 31-3....at Pittsburgh 58,115 19 O2.........W, 30-21....at Clemson 81,500 16 O9..........L, 17-45....Florida State 75,115 13 O16.......W, 28-13....at Duke 25,911 O23.......W, 33-10....North Carolina 43,584 25 O30........L, 19-24....at Virginia 39,528 22 N6.........W, 26-20....Maryland 55,434 N13.......W, 35-10....at Georgia Tech 47,425 N20........L, 17-31....Virginia Tech 40,101 24 N27. L, 20-23 (ot)....USF 41,148 D31........L, 17-33....Notre Dame 54,021 Hyundai Sun Bowl at Sun Bowl Stadium (El Paso, Texas)

TEAM STATISTICS.......... Miami OPP SCORING ................................. 342 269 Points Per Game..................... 26.3 20.7 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 288 219 Rushing ................................... 122 106 Passing .................................... 148 93 Penalty....................................... 18 20 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 2372 2246 Yards gained rushing ............. 2644 2750 Yards lost rushing .................... 272 504 Rushing Attempts .................... 494 546 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.8 4.1 Average Per Game................ 182.5 172.8 TDs Rushing ............................. 19 20 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 3105 1957 Comp-Att-Int...............240-443-27 163-328-16 Average Per Pass ...................... 7.0 6.0 Average Per Catch .................. 12.9 12.0 Average Per Game................ 238.8 150.5 TDs Passing............................... 21 9 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 5477 4203 Total Plays ............................... 937 874 Average Per Play ...................... 5.8 4.8 Average Per Game................ 421.3 323.3 KICK RETURNS................. 44-865 51-1109 PUNT RETURNS ................ 34-154 23-188 INT RETURNS .................... 16-155 27-410 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 19.7 21.7 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 4.5 8.2 INT RETURN AVG. .................. 9.7 15.2 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 20-9 21-12 PENALTIES-Yards ............ 107-893 81-668 Average Per Game.................. 68.7 51.4 PUNTS-Yards .................... 59-2597 77-3204 Average Per Punt .................... 44.0 41.6 Net punt average .................... 38.8 38.3 TOP?Game ............................ 28:12 31:48 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 76/186 69/198 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 41% 35% 4TH-DOWN Conv. .................. 8/21 5/11 4th-Down Pct ......................... 38% 45% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 37-241 17-133 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 44 30 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 13-17 20-25 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 1-1 1-1 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 39-52 35-50 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 29-52 19-50 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 37-42 29-29 ATTENDANCE .................. 369473 357933 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/52782 6/59656 Neutral Site Games .......... 1/54021 1/54021

13 12 19 17 14 25 22 21 -

Opp. | ---------------Offense----------------- | | ---------------Defense ---------------| AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO 2 23 14 -

2 24 15 -

155 120 100 171 189 224 225 179 218 277 262 165 87

250 232 248 205 235 224 217 269 286 230 202 188 319

405 352 348 376 424 448 442 448 504 507 464 353 406

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Damien Berry .............190 899 5 42 Lamar Miller ..............108 646 6 47 Mike James ..................70 398 3 32 Graig Cooper................35 165 1 20 Storm Johnson................9 119 1 71 Stephen Morris .............25 74 1 16 Travis Benjamin .............3 44 0 36 Eduardo Clements ..........8 32 0 11 Jacory Harris ................29 27 2 29 Patrick Hill .....................1 5 0 5 Ray-Ray Armstrong .......1 0 0 0 Alonzo Highsmith ..........2 -1 0 8 Spencer Whipple ............2 -2 0 0 Kendal Thompkins .........1 -6 0 0 TEAM ..........................10 -28 0 0 Total.......... .................494 2372 19 71 Opponents...... ...........546 2246 20 90 PASSING........Cmp. Jacory Harris ...... 148 Stephen Morris ..... 82 Spencer Whipple .... 6 Alonzo Highsmith .. 4 Graig Cooper.......... 0 Total.......... ......... 240 Opponents...... ... 163

Att. 270 153 12 7 1 443 328

Int. 15 9 2 1 0 27 16

19-26-1 22-39-4 21-32-2 13-33-2 20-49-1 17-34-0 21-32-1 18-42-5 18-30-2 10-18-0 15-33-3 20-35-2 26-40-4

Avg. 4.7 6.0 5.7 4.7 13.2 3.0 14.7 4.0 0.9 5.0 0.0 -0.5 -1.0 -6.0 -2.8 4.8 4.1

Pct. TD Yds. 54.8 14 1793 53.6 7 1240 50.0 0 54 57.1 0 18 0.0 0 0 54.2 21 3105 49.7 9 1957

RECEIVING .......Rec. Leonard Hankerson .......72 Travis Benjamin ............43 LaRon Byrd...................41 Aldarius Johnson...........15 Mike James ...................13 Lamar Miller .................11 Damien Berry ................10 Asante Cleveland ............8 Chase Ford ......................7 Richard Gordon...............6 Graig Cooper...................6 Patrick Hill ......................3 Tommy Streeter ...............1 Eduardo Clements ...........1 Storm Johnson.................1 Kendal Thompkins ..........1 Cory White ......................1 Total.......... ..................240 Opponents...... ............163

Yds. TD Lg. Avg. 1156 13 79 16.1 743 3 60 17.3 441 1 40 10.8 157 0 17 10.5 56 1 18 4.3 96 0 28 8.7 97 1 32 9.7 110 0 25 13.8 96 1 22 13.7 30 0 11 5.0 28 0 11 4.7 30 0 20 10.0 42 1 42 42.0 9 0 9 9.0 9 0 9 9.0 5 0 8 5.0 0 0 0 0.0 3105 21 79 12.9 1957 9 62 12.0

PUNTING ............. No. Matt Bosher.............. 59 Total.......... ............... 59 Opponents...... ......... 77

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 2597 62 0 44.0 2597 62 0 44.0 3204 62 0 41.6

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Travis Benjamin ....... 23 106 1 79 4.6 Graig Cooper.............. 8 32 0 13 4.0 Lamar Miller .............. 3 16 0 15 5.3 Total.......... ............... 34 154 1 79 4.5 Opponents...... ......... 23 188 0 29 8.2

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1 4 2 2 2 2 1 5 2 2 6 3 4

52 181 128 162 298 105 149 185 96 308 251 135 196

58 233 104 149 173 187 140 176 158 101 118 159 201

110 414 232 311 471 292 289 361 254 409 369 294 397

5-11-1 12-28-0 13-24-2 14-33-3 12-21-1 22-44-5 12-21-2 19-27-1 11-30-1 7-17-0 8-15-0 12-27-0 15-29-0

1 0 3 6 1 7 3 2 1 2 1 1 0

KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Graig Cooper............ 12 202 0 34 16.8 Eduardo Clements .... 10 195 0 29 19.5 Storm Johnson............ 9 194 0 31 21.6 Lamar Miller .............. 8 214 1 88 26.8 Patrick Hill ................. 1 13 0 13 13.0 Travis Benjamin ......... 1 31 0 31 31.0 Kylan Robinson ......... 1 5 0 5 5.0 Aldarius Johnson........ 1 11 0 11 11.0 TEAM ........................ 1 0 0 0 0.0 Total.......... ............... 44 865 1 88 19.7 Opponents...... ......... 51 1109 0 55 21.7 SCORING ...................TD Leonard Hankerson ............13 Matt Bosher..........................0 Lamar Miller ........................7 Damien Berry .......................6 Travis Benjamin ...................4 Mike James ..........................4 Jacory Harris ........................2 Storm Johnson......................1 Tommy Streeter ....................1 Graig Cooper........................1 Stephen Morris .....................1 Ray-Ray Armstrong .............1 LaRon Byrd..........................1 Chase Ford ...........................1 Micanor Regis ......................1 TEAM ..................................0 Total.......... .........................44 Opponents...... ...................30

FGs PAT 0 0 13 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 37 20 29

TACKLES ....................... Solo Colin McCarthy ...................52 Sean Spence .........................58 Ray-Ray Armstrong .............44 Vaughn Telemaque ...............32 Ramon Buchanan .................34 Ryan Hill ..............................29 Brandon Harris .....................30 Allen Bailey .........................21 Micanor Regis ......................19 Olivier Vernon ......................25 Adewale Ojomo ...................21 Marcus Forston ....................16 JoJo Nicolas .........................16 DeMarcus Van Dyke ............10 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Ryan Hill ......................... 3 Vaughn Telemaque .......... 3 Ray-Ray Armstrong ........ 3 DeMarcus Van Dyke ....... 2 Ramon Buchanan ............ 1 Brandon Harris ................ 1 Colin McCarthy .............. 1 Micanor Regis ................. 1 Marcus Forston ............... 1 Total.......... .................... 16 Opponents...... .............. 27

Yds. 2 0 41 74 3 0 13 22 0 155 410

Ast. 68 52 35 26 21 22 15 24 23 14 17 21 20 10 TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1

Pts. 78 76 44 36 24 24 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 342 269 Tot. 120 110 79 58 55 51 45 45 42 39 38 37 36 20 Lg. 2 0 22 74 3 0 13 22 0 74 80


North Carolina Tar Heels 2011 North Carolina Schedule

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 17 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opp Opponent ...............................Record ... Began .. Meeting ............... Stadium (Capacity) .....................Site James Madison (RSN), 3:30 pm ...1-0-0 ...... 2007 ..... 2007, hW 37-14 ... Kenan Stadium (63,000) ...............Chapel Hill, N.C. Rutgers (ACC Network), 12:30 pm..2-3-0 ...... 1894 ..... 2010, aW 17-13 ... Kenan Stadium (63,000) ...............Chapel Hill, N.C. Virginia (ESPNU), 3:30 pm ......58-53-4 .. 1892 ..... 2010, aW 44-10 ... Kenan Stadium (63,000) ...............Chapel Hill, N.C.. at Georgia Tech.......................25-18-3 .. 1915 ..... 2010, hL 30-24 .... Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000) .....Atlanta, Ga. at East Carolina (CBSSN), 8 pm .10-2-1 .... 1972 ..... 2010, hW 42-17 ... Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium (43,000).Greenville, N.C. Louisville ................................2-3-0 ...... 1988 ..... 2005, aL 69-14 .... Kenan Stadium (63,000) ...............Chapel Hill, N.C. Miami .....................................8-6-0 ...... 1946 ..... 2010, aL 33-10 .... Kenan Stadium (63,000) ...............Chapel Hill, N.C. at Clemson .............................19-34-1 .. 1897 ..... 2010, hW 21-16 ... Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500) .Clemson, S.C. Wake Forest ............................67-34-2 .. 1888 ..... 2007, aL 37-10 .... Kenan Stadium (63,000) ...............Chapel Hill, N.C. at NC State .............................63-31-6 .. 1894 ..... 2010, hL 29-25 .... Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ....Raleigh, N.C. at Virginia Tech ......................10-17-6 .. 1895 ..... 2010, hL 26-10 .... Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. Duke .......................................57-35-4 .. 1888 ..... 2010, aW 24-19 ... Kenan Stadium (63,000) .................. Chapel Hill, N.C.

2010 In Review

North Carolina overcame numerous NCAA and school suspensions as well as a rash of significant injuries to post its third straight 8-5 record, 4-4 in the ACC, and earn a third-place finish in the Coastal Division...Coach Butch Davis’ fourth Tar Heel contingent also earned the program’s third straight bowl invitation, this time to the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, where they downed Tennessee, 30-27, in a wild double overtime contest that mirrored UNC’s roller coaster of a year...In all, UNC lost 221 games to suspensions and various injuries, but the Tar Heels rallied behind senior QB T.J. Yates, who simply had the best year of his career, throwing for a school-record 3,418 yards, completing 66.8 percent of his passes with 19 TDs...An Honorable Mention All-ACC performer, Yates finished 2nd in the ACC in pass efficiency, passing yardage and total offense...DT Quinton Coples, a 2nd-team All-America, had a breakout year, earning first-team All-ACC honors with 10 QB sacks and 15.5 TFLs...LB Bruce Carter and G Jonathan Cooper both were named 2nd-team AllACC while Yates, RB Johnny White, WR Dwight Jones and PK Casey Barth were all named Honorable Mention All-ACC...T James Hurst was named a first-team Freshman All-America.

Who’s Gone

The Tar Heels’ biggest loss undoubtedly is losing Davis, who was fired on July 27, just eight days before the beginning of fall camp, with Defensive Coordinator Everett Withers taking his place as interim head coach. UNC actually loses only 11 starters, including five on offense and six on defense. The offense will miss Yates who became the first UNC QB to have over 9,000 yards (9,044) of total offense, and the top three leading rushers in TBs Johnny White (720), Shaun Draughn (637) and Anthony Elzy (296). Also missing will be starting offensive linemen T Mike Ingersoll and G Alan Pelc, as well as TEs Ryan Taylor and Zack Pianalto...On defense, the Heels will be without five starters--LBs Quan Sturdivant and Bruce Carter, CB Kendric Burney, and S’s Deunta Williams and Da’Norris Searcy--who started a combined total of 195 games in their careers.

2011 Preview

If there was a silver lining in the clouds of last year’s NCAA and school academic suspensions, was that a lot of young players saw significant playing time and they responded well...Withers welcomes back 44 lettermen and 14 starters, including six each on offense and defense as well as PK Casey Barth and P C.J. Feagles...A contender for the Lou Groza Award this year, Barth has made 50 of 62 career FGs (.807) and ranks 10th among all FBS returnees ...Sophomore QB Bryn Renner, a talented pass-run threat, emerged from the spring as Yates’ successor.... He will benefit from a veteran offensive line which is UNC’s best in a decade in C Cam Holland, G’s Jonathan Cooper and Travis Bond and T’s James Hurst and Brennan Williams... North Carolina’s receiving corps is another strength led by WR Dwight Jones, who finished 6th in the ACC in receptions and (62) and 4th in receiving yardage (946).... The group includes WR’s Eric Highsmith, Jheranie Boyd, Todd Harrelson, Sean Tapley and T.J. Thorpe.... Replacements will also have to be found at tight end and tailback...Senior Christian Wilson, junior Nelson Hurst and redshirt freshman Sean Fitzpatrick will compete in the fall at tight end, while redshirt freshman Giovani Bernard, true freshman Travis Riley, junior Hunter Furr and senior Ryan Houston, who suffered a fractured shoulder in the spring game, will compete at tailback...Defensively six starters return on defense, including three upfront in DEs Quinton Coples, a national honors candidate, and Donte Paige-Moss (7 sacks, 13.5 TFLs) and DT Tydreke Powell (2.5 sacks, 3 TFLs), another national honors candidate...JUCO Senior DT Jordan Nix leads JUCO DT Sylvester Williams for the other starting position while DE’s Kareem Martin and Tim Jackson compete for playing time.... MLB Kevin Reddick (74 tackles), the Tar Heels’ leading tackler returns for his third season as a starter and is joined by OLB Zach Brown (72 tackles, 3 interceptions) who developed into a big-play performer in 2010, and sophomore OLB Darius Lipford ...In the secondary, Jabari Price, who started 4 games in 2010 and Charles Brown, who started 22 games in 2008 and 2009, but sat out all of last year, return as starters at cornerback, while senior Jonathan Smith and sophomore Tre Boston are the leaders at safety....There is depth here as well as CB’s Terry Shankle and Mywan Jackson and S’s Matt Merletti, Gene Robinson, Josh Hunter and D.J. Bunn have all lettered.

Roster Breakdown Returning Starters (14)

Offense (6) ............................ 2010 ..Career Pos Name .........................Starts ...Starts WR Dwight Jones, Sr. ............. 12 .........12 WR Erik Highsmith, Jr.. ........... 8 .........18 OT James Hurst, So. .............. 12 .........12 OG Jonathan Cooper, Jr. ........ 13 .........22 C Cam Holland, Sr. ............. 12 .........20 FB Curtis Byrd, Sr. .................. 7 ...........7 Defense (6)............................ 2010 .Career Pos. Name .........................Starts ...Starts DE Donte Paige-Moss, Jr....... 12 .........12 DT Quinton Coples, Sr. ......... 12 .........13 DT Tydreke Powell, Sr. ......... 13 .........16 LB Kevin Reddick, Jr. ........... 13 .........20 CB Charles Brown, Sr. .......... *0 .........22 CB Jabari Price,So. .................. 4 ...........4 *2009 starter who missed all of last year.

Specialists (2) ....................... 2010 .Career Pos. Name .........................Starts ...Starts PK Casey Barth, Sr. ............... 13 .........36 P Jeff Feagles, So................ 12 .........12

Starters Lost (10)

Offense (5) ............................ 2010 .Career Pos. Name .........................Starts ...Starts OT Mike Ingersoll ................. 13 .........25 OG Alan Pelc ......................... 11 .........32 TE Ryan Taylor ....................... 5 ...........5 QB T.J. Yates .......................... 13 .........44 TB Johnny White ..................... 8 .........16 Defense (6)............................ 2010 .Career Pos. Name .........................Starts ...Starts DE Jared McAdoo ................... 4 ...........4 LB Quan Sturdivant................. 7 .........38 LB Bruce Carter .................... 10 .........43 CB Kendric Burney ................. 6 .........44 S Deunta Williams ................ 9 .........47 S Da’Norris Searcy ............... 9 .........23 Specialists (0) ....................... 2010 .Career

Quick Facts

Location ......................Chapel Hill, N.C. Founded ..........................................1789 Enrollment ...17,895 (undergraduates only) Chancellor ........................ Holden Thorp Director of Atheltics ........ Dick Baddour Stadium ........................Kenan Memorial Capacity .......................................63,000 2010 Overall Record ..........................8-5 2010 ACC Record ..............................4-4 2010 ACC Finish . T3rd in Coastal Division

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North Carolina Tar Heels Lettermen Returning .....................44 Offensive Lettermen Returning....17 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...23 Specialists Lettermen Returning. ...4 Lettermen Lost ...............................22 Offensive Lettermen Lost ............12 Defensive Lettermen Lost ..............9 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............1

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ......................035 % Rushing Returning .....................004 % Receiving Returning ..................491 % Receiving Yards Returning ........549 % Scoring Returning ......................544 % Kickoff Returns..........................585 % Punt Returns...............................000 % Tackles Returning ......................712 % Turnovers Forced .......................565

Numbers & Notes 3 - Of North Carolina’s five losses last season, three were by a combined total of just 16 points to LSU (30-24), Georgia Tech (30-24) and NC State (29-25). 4 - Members of UNC’s defense, including three members of its defensive line in DE Donte PaigeMoss, DE Quinton Coples and DT Tydreke Powell--were named to the preseason watch list for the Nagurski Award, given annually to the nation’s top defensive player. Paige-Moss, Coples and Powell were joined on the list by Tar Heel LB Zach Brown. 9 - North Carolina tied Southern California for the most players selected in the 2011 NFL draft. No fewer than nine Tar Heels were chosen by NFL teams, the most in UNC history. 10 - Senior PK Casey Barth ranks 10th among all NCAA FBS returnees in career field goal percentage. Barth has made 50 of his 62 career field goal attempts, a percentage of .807. 11 - In the 21 games junior LB Kevin Reddick entered the starting lineup for North Carolina, the Tar Heels have limited their opponents to less than 100 yards of rushing offense 11 times. During that span, UNC’s defense has held opponents to an average of just 104.8 rushing yards a game. 118 - The number of career rushing touchdowns for U UNC senior RB Ryan Houston entering the 2011 se season...Houston is tied with FSU RB Jermaine T Thomas for 2nd place among all returning ACC ru runners in career touchdowns. 997 - Junior WR Jheranie Boyd recorded one of th the six longest pass plays in ACC history when he to took a pass from QB T.J. Yates 97 yards for a TD aagainst LSU in the 2010 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in Atlanta. 4431 - The number of receiving yards for WR D Dwight Jones against Florida State (233) and Virgginia (198) last year. In all the 6-4 Jones had 15 ccatches for 3 TDs and a 28.7 yards-per-catch averaage against the Seminoles and Cavaliers.


North Carolina Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster N TO AL O TOTAL TOTA OFFE OFFENSE FF ............................... Rush .......Pass....TDR .... Total 1. Darian Durant (2001-04) ....................875 ...... 8755........ 79 ..... 9630 3. T.J. Yates (2007-10)...........................-333 ...... 9377........ 65 ..... 9044 2. Ronald Curry (1998-01) ...................1249 ...... 4987........ 41 ..... 6236 4. Jason Stanicek (1991-94) ...................814 ...... 4683........ 34 ..... 5497 5. Charlie Justice (1946-49) .................2634 ...... 2249........ 64 ..... 4883 6. Mike Thomas (1991-95).....................285 ...... 4368........ 25 ..... 4653 7. Amos Lawrence (1977-80)...............4391 .......... 35........ 29 ..... 4426 8. Mike Voight (1973-76) .....................3971 ............ 0........ 42 ..... 3971 9. Matt Kupec (1976-79) ..........................46 ...... 3840........ 37 ..... 3886 10. Leon Johnson (1993-96)...................3693 ........ 130........ 51 ..... 3823

RUSHING ................................................... Att. ...TD ... Avg.. ... Yards Y d 1. Amos Lawrence (1977-80) ....................881 .... 28 ....4.98 ..... 4391 2. Mike Voight (1973-76) ..........................826 .... 42 ....4.81 ..... 3971 3. Leon Johnson (1993-96) ........................802 .... 43 ....4.60 ..... 3693 4. Kelvin Bryant (1979-82)........................599 .... 32 ....5.45 ..... 3267 5. Don McCauley (1968-70) ......................603 .... 29 ....5.26 ..... 3172 6. Natrone Means (1990-92) ......................605 .... 22 ....5.08 ..... 3074 Ethan Horton (1981-84) .........................504 .... 22 ....6.10 ..... 3074 8. Charlie Justice (1946-49) .......................526 .... 28 ....5.01 ..... 2634 9. Tyrone Anthony (1980-83) ....................464 .... 19 ....5.42 ..... 2516 10. Ronnie McGill (2003-06) ......................529 .... 24 ....4.52 ..... 2393

PASSING YARDAGE ..........................Comp-Att .....Pct... TD .Yards 1. T.J. Yates (2007-10) ..........................795-1277 ... .622.....58 ....9377 2. Darian Durant (2001-04) ..................701-1159 ... .604.....68 ....8755 3. Ronald Curry (1998-01)......................345-695 ... .496.....28 ....4987 4. Jason Stanicek (1991-94) ....................372-622 ... .598.....26 ....4683 5. Mike Thomas (1991-95) .....................302-578 ... .522.....22 ....4368 6. Matt Kupec (1976-79) ........................305-552 ... .552.....33 ....3840 7. Chris Keldorf (1996-97) .....................305-519 ... .587.....35 ....3795 8. Mark Maye (1984, 86-87) ...................263-468 ... .561.....20 ....3459 9. Kevin Anthony (1983-85) ...................296-528 ... .560 ....20 ....3412 10. Scott Stankavage (1980-83) ................272-497 ... .547.....30 ....3363

RECEPTIONS.........................................Yards .. TD ..... Avg...... Rec. 1. Hakeem Nicks, (2006-08) ....................2840 ....21 ....15.69...... 181 2. Jarwarski Pollock (2002-05) ................1958 ......9 ....11.06...... 177 3. Na Brown (1995-98) ............................2086 ....14 ....12.64...... 165 4. Corey Holliday (1990-93)....................2447 ......7 ....15.79...... 155 5. Leon Johnson (1993-96) ......................1288 ......4 ......8.53...... 151 6. Sam Aiken (1999-02) ...........................2205 ....15 ....15.10...... 146 7. Kory Bailey (1998-01) .........................1939 ....14 ....13.95...... 139 8. Octavus Barnes (1994-97) ...................2398 ....17 ....18.59...... 129 9. Jesse Holley (2003-06) ........................1760 ......7 ....13.97...... 126 10. L.C. Stevens (1995-97) ........................2002 ....13 ....16.68...... 120

RECEIVING YARDAGE ......................... Recp. ... TD ..... Avg. . Yards 1. Hakeem Nicks (2006-08) .........................181 .....21 ....15.69 ... 2840 2. Corey Holliday (1990-93) ........................155 .......7 ....15.79 ... 2447 3. Octavus Barnes (1994-97) .......................129 .....17 ....18.59 ... 2398 4. Sam Aiken (1999-02) ...............................146 .....15 ....15.10 ... 2205 5. Na Brown (1995-98) ................................165 .....14 ....12.64 ... 2086 6. L.C. Stevens (1995-98) ............................120 .....13 ....16.68 ... 2002 7. Jarwarski Pollock (2002-05) ....................177 .......9 ....11.06 ... 1958 8. Kory Bailey (1998-01) .............................139 .....14 ....13.95 ... 1939 9. Jesse Holley (2003-06) ............................126 .......7 ....13.97 ... 1760 10. Art Weiner (1946-49) ...............................106 .....18 ....16.35 ... 1733

SCORING ...................................................................................Points 1. Leon Johnson (1993-96) ........................................................... 306 2. Josh McGee (1996-99).............................................................. 271 3. Casey Barth (2008-**) .............................................................. 255 4. Mike Voight (1973-76) ............................................................. 254 5. Charlie Justice (1946-49) .......................................................... 234 6. Tripp Pignetti (1991-94) ........................................................... 231 7. Kelvin Bryant (1979-82)........................................................... 228 8. Natrone Means (1990-92) ......................................................... 214 9. Clint Gwaltney (1988-91) ..........................................................211 10. Don McCauley (1968-70) ......................................................... 210

2011 Alphabetical Roster

* Denotes letter earned; # Denotes redshirt year. No. Name......................... Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. .......................... Hometown 3 Joshua Adams.............WR 6-4 200 So. ................Cambridge, Mass. 97 Tyler Alberts............. ATH 6-7 235 Fr. ................... Clemmons, N.C. 81 Eric Albright................ TE 6-6 210 Fr.-R .................... Raleigh, N.C. 69 Nick Appel ..................OT 6-6 305 Fr.-R ........................Vienna, Va. 11***Casey Barth ...................PK 5-11 185 Sr. ................. Wilmington, N.C. 26 Giovani Bernard ..........TB 5-10 205 Fr.-R ........................ Davie, Fla. 15 A.J. Blue..................... QB 6-2 230 So. ......................... Dallas, N.C. 60 Russell Bodine .............. C 6-4 305 Fr.-R .................. Scottsville, Va. 76 ** Travis Bond ................ OG 6-7 340 Jr. ....................... Windsor, N.C. 10 * Tre Boston ......................S 6-1 190 So. ...................Cape Coral, Fla. 87 ** Jheranie Boyd.............WR 6-2 190 Jr. ...................... Gastonia, N.C. 55 Matt Braswell ..............DS 6-1 230 Fr. ................. Wilmington, N.C. 45 Josh Bridges ................LB 6-2 230 Jr. ......................Charlotte, N.C. 12 *** Charles Brown ............CB 5-10 205 Sr. ....................Cleveland, Ohio 74 Devonte Brown ...........DL 6-4 275 Fr. ..................Fayetteville, N.C. 47 *** Zach Brown.................LB 6-2 230 Sr. ......................Columbia, Md. 36 * D.J. Bunn .......................S 6-0 205 So. ...................Smithfield, N.C. 38 * Curtis Byrd .................. FB 6-1 255 Sr. ....................... Durham, N.C. 43 Curtis Campbell ..........LB 6-2 225 So. ...................Chesapeake, Va. 56 P.J. Clyburn .................LB 6-2 215 Fr.-R ................Statesville, N.C. 62 David Collins ............. OG 6-8 310 So.-R ............Kernersville, N.C. 64 ** Jonathan Cooper......... OG 6-3 310 Jr. ................. Wilmington, N.C. 90 *** Quinton Coples ...........DE 6-6 285 Sr. ........................Kinston, N.C. 77 Adam Curry ................DE 6-4 240 Jr. ....................... Durham, N.C. 49 Fabby Desir .................LB 6-1 230 Fr. .........................Scranton, Pa. 24 Jordan Darty ...............WR 5-11 185 Fr.-R ................Statesville, N.C. 16 Alex Dixon ................. DB 6-1 180 Fr. .....................Clearwater, Fla. 85 Eric Ebron ................... TE 6-5 225 Fr. ..................Greensboro, N.C. 20 Brandon Ellerbe ......... DB 6-0 200 Fr. ...................Wadesboro, N.C. 96 Ethan Farmer...............DT 6-3 280 Fr.-R ................Tabor City, N.C. 30 * C.J. Feagles .................... P 6-0 215 So. .................. Ridgewood, N.J. 84 Sean Fitzpatrick .......... TE 6-5 250 Fr.-R ................... Pittsford, N.Y. 40 Timothy Furr .............. DB 5-10 180 So. .....................Charlotte, N.C. 71 * Carl Gaskins ................OT 6-5 315 Sr. .................... Melbourne, Fla. 34 Conner Gonet .............. FB 6-0 220 Fr. ........................ Raleigh, N.C. 29 Brian Gupton..................S 6-3 200 Sr. ....................Nashville, Tenn. 57 * Dion Guy.....................LB 6-4 235 Jr. ................. Washington, D.C. 14 Braden Hanson ........... QB 6-6 215 Jr. ......................Charlotte, N.C. 82 * Todd Harrelson...........WR 6-2 195 Jr. ....................Chesapeake, Va. 55 Tommy Heffernan .......LB 6-1 215 Fr.-R ....................... Miami, Fla. 15 Thomas Hibbard............. P 5-10 185 Fr. ......................Charlotte, N.C. 88 ** Erik Highsmith ...........WR 6-3 190 Jr. ................... Vanceboro, N.C. 65 ** Cam Holland ................. C 6-2 320 Sr. .......................Pittsburgh, Pa. 72 Kiaro Holts ..................OL 6-5 275 Fr. ..................Indianapolis, Ind. 61 ** Mark House.................DS 6-1 220 Sr. ................. Wilmington, N.C. 32 ** Ryan Houston ..............TB 6-2 245 Sr. ......................Charlotte, N.C. 9 Travis Hughes .............LB 6-2 225 Fr. ...............Virginia Beach, Va. 18 * Josh Hunter .................CB 6-2 200 So. .....................Charlotte, N.C. 68 * James Hurst .................OT 6-7 310 So. ..................... Plainfield, Ind. 89 * Nelson Hurst ............... TE 6-4 260 Jr. ...................... Plainfield, Ind. 34 Kameron Jackson ....... DB 5-11 180 Fr. ....................... Madison, Ala. 93 * Tim Jackson ................DE 6-5 260 So. ...............St. Petersburg, Fla. 51 Jarrod James ................OL 6-4 285 Fr. ....................Goldsboro, N.C.

No. 63 * 83 ** 19 ** 44 75 23 * 67 31 * 33 23 70 58 95 * 86 25 25 *** 14 21 78 * 41 * 52 39 98 ** 53 91 *** 16 4 * 45 * 27 48 ** 2 8 1 * 35 7 24 * 11 28 *** 17 80 6 97 5 78 70 54 81 73 * 12 92 33 *** 56

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Name......................... Pos. Peyton Jenest.............. OG Dwight Jones..............WR Trase Jones .................... H Matt Kolojejchick .......RB T.J. Leifheit .................OT Darius Lipford.............LB Mack Lloyd .................DS Pete Mangum ..............CB Ryan Mangum ............ DB Dillon Maples..............PK Alex Marrs ..................DS Jordan Marsh...............OL Kareem Martin ............DE Darien McNeill ..........WR Mark McNeill.............WR Matt Merletti ..................S Thomas Moore ............PK Romar Morris ........... ATH Jordan Nix ...................DT Ebele Okakpu ..............LB Norkeithus Otis ...........LB Kenny Owens .............. FB Donte Paige-Moss .......DE Alec Petrocelli .............DE Tydreke Powell ...........DT Caleb Pressley ............ QB Jabari Price ..................CB Devon Ramsay ............ FB Darien Rankin ............ DB Kevin Reddick ............LB Bryn Renner ............... QB Travis Riley .................RB Gene Robinson ...............S Jeffrey Schoettmer ..... DB Tim Scott .................... DB Terry Shankle ..............CB Sam Smiley ................ DB Jonathan Smith ...............S Miller Snyder ...........P/PK Jack Tabb..................... TE Sean Tapley ................WR Parker Thomas ............DS T.J. Thorpe .................WR Landon Turner............ OG Shawn Underwood .....DT Keeon Virgile ..............LB Reggie Wilkins ...........WR Brennan Williams........OT Marquise Williams ..... QB Sylvester Williams ......DT Christian Wilson.......... TE Carson Wooten ............OL

Ht. 6-5 6-4 6-0 5-10 6-7 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-7 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3

Wt. 300 225 195 200 325 230 250 185 185 200 245 290 260 190 205 200 190 185 295 225 215 230 260 230 310 200 190 250 185 240 215 210 190 205 180 180 175 210 185 250 185 225 190 320 295 210 175 315 220 320 250 250

Yr. .......................... Hometown Jr. ..................... Davidson, N.C. Sr. ................... Burlington, N.C. Sr. .......... Roanoke Rapids, N.C. Jr. ....................... Plymouth, Pa. Fr.-R ............. Wilmington, N.C. So. ......................... Lenoir, N.C. So. ............................ Cary, N.C. Jr. ........................ Raleigh, N.C. Fr. ........................ Raleigh, N.C. Fr. ............ Southern Pines, N.C. Fr.-R .................... Bluefield, Va. So. ................ Mooresville, N.C. So. ......... Roanoke Rapids, N.C. Fr.-R ....................Sanford, N.C. Fr.-R ................West River, Md. Sr. ....................Cleveland, Ohio Fr.-R ..............Chapel Hill, N.C. Fr. ......................Salisbury, N.C. Sr. ....................... Lawton, Okla. Sr. ......................... Roswell, Ga. Fr. ...................... Gastonia, N.C. Jr. ................... Fayettville, N.C. Jr. .................Jacksonville, N.C. Fr.-R ..........Madeira Beach, Fla. Sr. ....................... Ahoskie, N.C. Fr. ............Winston-Salem, N.C. So. ...........Pompano Beach, Fla. Sr. ......................Red Bank, N.J. Fr. ......................Salisbury, N.C. Jr. .................... New Bern, N.C. So. ........... West Springfield, Va. Fr. .................. Kannapolis, N.C. Jr. .................... Memphis, Tenn. Fr. .........................Dallas, Texas Fr. ...............Fredericksburg, Va. So. .................... Norwood, N.C. Fr. .................. Jacksonville, Fla. Sr. ....................... Durham, N.C. Fr. ......................Charlotte, N.C. Fr. ......................Red Bank, N.J. Fr.-R .............. Jacksonville, Fla. So. ...........Winston-Salem, N.C. Fr. ....................... Durham, N.C. Fr. ..................Harrisonburg, Va. Fr. .............Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Fr. ......North Miami Beach, Fla. Fr.-R ......................Shelby, N.C. Jr. ............ West Roxbury, Mass. Fr. ......................Charlotte, N.C. Jr. ............... Jefferson City, Mo. Sr. ...............McKees Rocks, Pa. Fr. ........................ Raleigh, N.C.


North Carolina Coaches and Records Everett Withers, Interim Head Coach

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(Appalachian State ‘85) Record at UNC: 0-0 (.000), First Year Overall: 0-0 (.000), First Year Born: June 15, 1963 Charlotte native Everett Withers, named interim head coach on July 28, 2011 succeeding Butch Davis, begins his first season leading the North Carolina football program. He becomes the 34th head football coach in UNC history. Withers enters his fourth season in Chapel Hill, previously serving as North Carolina’s defensive coordinator and secondary coach. Withers is in his 24th season overall as a coach and has experience at both the professional and college level. In 2010, Withers coordinated a Carolina defense decimated by personnel losses and injuries that still ranked fourth in the ACC and 30th in the country as the Tar Heels fielded a new lineup virtually every week. Defensive tackle Quinton Coples earned first-team All-ACC honors and linebacker Bruce Carter was a second-team pick. Following the season, five Tar Heel defensive players were taken in the NFL Draft, including first-round selection Robert Quinn, who missed all of the 2010 season. In addition to his duties as the coordinator, Withers also oversaw the defensive secondary, which developed into one of the best units in the country. UNC picked off 19 passes in 2010 to match the previous year’s total, and has 58 interceptions over the past three seasons. In 2009, the Tar Heels’ defense was among the nation’s elite, ranking sixth in total defense, 10th against the run, 13th in scoring defense and 14th in pass defense. UNC was the only school in the country ranked in the top 15 in total yards allowed, scoring defense, run defense, pass defense, pass efficiency defense, third-down defense and tackles for losses. The Tar Heels had 19 interceptions and set a single-season ACC record with 508 interception return yards. Withers was nominated in 2009 for the Broyles Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top assistant coach. In 2008, the opportunistic Tar Heel defense ranked eighth in the country with 20 interceptions, just one shy of the school record. Withers came to North Carolina after serving one season as the University of Minnesota’s defensive coordinator in 2007. Withers spent six seasons with the Tennessee Titans from 2001-06 under head coach Jeff Fisher. From 2002-04, Withers helped the Titans defense tally 57 interceptions, which was the most for the franchise over a three-year period since 1993-95. The 57 interceptions also ranked fourth in the AFC and eighth overall during that time. The Titans totaled 21 picks in 2004, including 16 by the secondary. In 2002, prior to working with the Titans, Withers was defensive backs coach under Mack Brown at Texas from 1998-2000. Withers joined the Longhorns after three seasons (1995-97) as defensive coordinator at Louisville. While at Louisville, Withers helped current New York Giants All-Pro cornerback Sam Madison earn All-America honors for the Cardinals. Withers’ first National Football League experience came with the New Orleans Saints where he worked as defensive quality control in 1994. Prior to his experience with the Saints, Withers was defensive backs coach at Southern Mississippi for two seasons (1992-93) and outside linebackers coach at Tulane in 1991. The first three years of Withers’ coaching career came at Austin Peay, where he was defensive coordinator (1988-89) and special teams/wide receivers coach (1990). Withers earned his bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State in 1985. He was also a standout defensive back and captain for the Mountaineers from 1981-85. Withers and his wife, Kara, have two children, Tia and Pierce.

The Withers File Coaching Experience Year 1988-89 1990 1991 1992-93 1994 1995-97 1998-2000 2001-06 2007 2008-10

School ............................................ Reponsibilties Austin Peay...............Defensive Coordinator/WRs Austin Peay........................... Special Teams, WRs Tulane ................................... Outside Linebackers Southern Mississippi .................. Defensive Backs New Orleans Saints (NFL) ... Def. Quality Control Louisville ...........................Defensive Coordinator Texas ........................................... Defensive Backs Tennessee Titans (NFL) .............. Defensive Backs Minnesota ..........................Defensive Coordinator North Carolina ...........Defensive Coordinator/DBs

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS No. Head Coach Years W L T 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Hector Cowan ............(1) V.K. Irvine ..................(1) T.C. Trenchard............(4) Gordon Johnston ........(1) W.A. Reynolds ...........(4) Charles Jenkins ..........(1) H.B. Olcott .................(2) R.R. Brown ................(1) William Warner ..........(1) W.S. Keinholz ............(1) Otis Lamson ...............(1) Edward Green ............(1) A.E. Brides .................(2) Branch Bocock ...........(1) W.C. Martin ................(1) Thomas Campbell ......(2) M.E. Fuller .................(1) Bob & Bill Fetzer .......(5) Chuck Collins.............(8) Carl Snavely ...............(10) Ray Wolf ....................(6) Jim Tatum ...................(4) Tom Young .................(1) Gene McEver .............(1) George Barclay...........(3) Jim Hickey .................(8) Bill Dooley .................(11) Dick Crum ..................(10) Mack Brown...............(10) Carl Torbush ...............(3) John Bunting ..............(6) Butch Davis ................(4)

1889 1894 1895, 1913-15 1896 1897-1900 1901 1902-1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909-1910 1911 1912 1916, 1919 1920 1921-1925 1926-1933 34-35, 45-52 1936-1941 1942, 56-58 1943 1944 1953-1955 1959-1966 1967-1977 1978-1987 1988-1997 1998-2000 2001-2006 2007-2010

2 6 26 3 27 7 11 5 4 1 4 3 8 6 3 9 2 30 38 59 38 19 6 1 11 36 69 72 69 17 27 28

2 3 9 4 7 2 4 2 3 4 4 3 8 1 4 7 6 12 31 35 17 17 3 7 18 45 53 41 46 18 45 23

0 0 2 1 4 0 3 2 1 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 4 9 4 3 3 0 0 1 0 2 3 1 0 0 0

Pct .500 .667 .730 .438 .763 .778 .694 .667 .563 .286 .500 .500 .500 .813 .438 .559 .250 .696 .545 .621 .681 .526 .667 .125 .383 .444 .565 .634 .599 .486 .375 .549

L 24 28 35 8 25 9 17 14 30

T 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

Pct .611 .582 .533 .529 .528 .525 .468 .417 .375

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. Head Coach Years 1. Dick Crum ..................(10) 1978-1987 2. Bill Dooley .................(11) 1967-1977 3. Mack Brown...............(10) 1988-1997 4. George Barclay...........(3) 1953-1955 5. Jim Hickey .................(8) 1959-1966 6. Jim Tatum ...................(3) 1956-1958 7. Butch Davis ................(4) 2007-2010 8. Carl Torbush ...............(3) 1998-2000 9. John Bunting ..............(6) 2001-2006 (Based on Winning Percentage)

W 38 38 40 9 28 10 15 10 18

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls W Dick Crum .....................(6) 4 Bill Dooley ....................(6) 1 Mack Brown ..................(5) 3 Butch Davis ...................(3) 1 Carl Snavely ..................(3) 0 Carl Torbush ..................(2) 2 John Bunting .................(2) 1 Jim Hickey.....................(1) 1 (Based on Appearances)

L 2 5 2 2 3 0 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .667 .167 .600 .333 .000 1.000 .500 1.000

- TAR HEELS ASSISTANT COACHES Ken Browning (Guilford ‘68) ...........................................................Running Backs Troy Douglas (Appalachian State ‘88) .......................................... Defensive Backs Art Kaufman (Arkansas-Monticello ‘80).........Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Allen Mogridge (North Carolina ‘99) ......................................................Tight Ends Sam Pittman (Pittsburg State ‘86 ).................................................... Offensive Line Joe Robinson (LSU ‘85) ...................................................................Defensive Line John Shoop (University of the South ‘90) ......Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Steve Sisa (Virginia Tech ‘01) ..................................................................... Safeties Charlie Williams (Colorado State ‘83) ............................................Wide Receivers

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North Carolina 2010 Statistics 2010 North Carolina Results (8-5, 4-4 ACC) Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att.

UNC AP USA

Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO

S4 ..........L, 24-30....LSU 68,919 18 18 21 16 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.) S18 ........L, 24-30....Georgia Tech 58,500 S25 .......W, 17-13....at Rutgers 52,038 O2.........W, 42-17....East Carolina 60,000 O9.........W, 21-16....Clemson 60,000 O16.......W, 44-10....at Virginia 50,830 O23........L, 10-33....at Miami 43,584 25 25 O30.......W, 21-17....William & Mary 51,000 N6.........W, 37-35....at Florida State 70,157 20 20 N13........L, 10-26....Virginia Tech 60,000 16 17 N20........L, 25-29....NC State 60,000 N27.......W, 24-19....at Duke 30,904 D30W, 30-27 (2ot) ..Tennessee 69,143 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl at LP Field (Nashville, Tenn.)

TEAM STATISTICS.............UNC OPP SCORING ................................. 329 302 Points Per Game..................... 25.3 23.2 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 246 234 Rushing ..................................... 98 90 Passing .................................... 131 127 Penalty....................................... 17 17 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1634 1633 Yards gained rushing ............. 2062 1970 Yards lost rushing .................... 428 337 Rushing Attempts .................... 440 440 Average Per Rush ..................... 3.7 3.7 Average Per Game................ 125.7 125.6 TDs Rushing ............................. 18 10 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 3432 2768 Comp-Att-Int.................283-425-9 259-431-19 Average Per Pass ...................... 8.1 6.4 Average Per Catch .................. 12.1 10.7 Average Per Game................ 264.0 212.9 TDs Passing............................... 19 23 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 5066 4401 Total Plays ............................... 865 871 Average Per Play ...................... 5.9 5.1 Average Per Game................ 389.7 338.5 KICK RETURNS................. 45-917 62-1397 PUNT RETURNS ................ 15-128 30-330 INT RETURNS .................... 19-287 9-68 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 20.4 22.5 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 8.5 11.0 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 15.1 7.6 FUMBLES-LOST .................. 20-14 21-5 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 99-757 100-795 Average Per Game.................. 58.2 61.2 PUNTS-Yards .................... 56-2150 61-2560 Average Per Punt .................... 38.4 42.0 Net punt average .................... 31.8 35.9 TOP/Game ............................ 30:29 29:31 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 71/182 73/185 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 39% 39% 4TH-DOWN Conv. ................ 14/23 12/21 4th-Down Pct ......................... 61% 57% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 29-225 37-265 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 39 35 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 19-22 18-24 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 1-3 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 44-49 40-52 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 27-49 24-52 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 38-38 30-33 ATTENDANCE .................. 349500 247513 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 6/58250 5/49503 Neutral Site Games ............ 2/6903 2/69031

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412

436

28-46-0

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162

151

313

15-21-1

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143 91 263 91 140 149 183 34 117 -7 255 151

209 204 181 164 339 140 238 439 197 411 264 234

352 295 444 255 479 289 421 473 314 404 519 385

18-25-0 22-30-1 18-26-0 18-34-0 18-23-0 12-21-2 23-33-1 24-35-0 18-33-4 33-44-0 28-35-0 23-40-1

2 3 0 0 1 3 2 0 6 1 0 2

372 87 64 91 151 225 51 110 169 112 12 27

76 157 283 214 184 217 235 264 249 163 263 312

448 244 347 305 335 442 286 374 418 275 275 339

3-4-0 17-32-2 34-52-3 21-39-0 18-34-5 21-32-1 26-40-1 24-35-0 13-28-0 15-29-1 25-40-2 27-45-3

1 2 3 0 5 1 1 0 0 1 2 3

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Johnny White .............130 720 7 76 Shaun Draughn...........129 637 6 58 Anthony Elzy ...............72 296 2 25 Jheranie Boyd...............10 62 0 37 Joshua Adams.................3 30 0 15 Hunter Furr.....................5 29 0 12 Todd Harrelson...............1 12 0 12 Matt Merletti ..................1 -6 0 0 TEAM ..........................10 -69 0 0 T.J. Yates ......................79 -77 3 24 Total.......... .................440 1634 18 76 Opponents...... ...........440 1633 10 73

Avg. 5.5 4.9 4.1 6.2 10.0 5.8 12.0 -6.0 -6.9 -1.0 3.7 3.7

PASSING........Cmp. T.J. Yates ............ 282 Bryn Renner ........... 1 TEAM .................... 0 Total.......... ......... 283 Opponents...... ... 259

Yds. 3418 14 0 3432 2768

Att. Int. 422 9 2 0 1 0 425 9 431 19

Pct. TD 66.8 19 50.0 0 0.0 0 66.6 19 60.1 23

RECEIVING ......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Dwight Jones............. 62 946 4 81 15.3 Ryan Taylor ............... 36 330 2 40 9.2 Zack Pianalto ............ 30 311 1 46 10.4 Erik Highsmith .......... 25 348 3 52 13.9 Anthony Elzy ............ 25 338 2 52 13.5 Johnny White ............ 24 288 0 51 12.0 Joshua Adams............ 19 202 2 39 10.6 Jheranie Boyd............ 14 310 3 97 22.1 Ed Barham ................ 13 126 0 23 9.7 Shaun Draughn.......... 13 62 0 14 4.8 Curtis Byrd ................ 11 77 0 20 7.0 Christian Wilson.......... 5 32 1 9 6.4 Todd Harrelson............ 2 41 0 28 20.5 Devon Ramsay ............ 2 15 1 9 7.5 Jonathan Cooper.......... 1 4 0 4 4.0 Nelson Hurst ............... 1 2 0 2 2.0 Total.......... .............. 283 3432 19 97 12.1 Opponents...... ........ 259 2768 23 74 10.7 PUNTING ............. No. C.J. Feagles ...................46 Grank Schallock ..............9 Bryn Renner ....................1 Total.......... ....................56 Opponents...... ..............61

Yds. 1725 398 27 2150 2560

Lg. Blk. Avg. 51 0 37.5 54 0 44.2 27 0 27.0 54 0 38.4 69 1 42.0

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Da’Norris Searcy ..........12 93 0 37 7.8 Kendric Burney ...............2 18 0 12 9.0 Bruce Carter ....................1 17 0 0 17.0 Total.......... ....................15 128 0 37 8.5 Opponents...... ..............30 330 2 87 11.0 KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Da’Norris Searcy ..... 12 299 0 45 24.9 Todd Harrelson......... 11 253 0 30 23.0 Jheranie Boyd............. 8 176 0 30 22.0 Matt Merletti .............. 5 91 0 25 18.2 Shaun Draughn........... 3 45 0 24 15.0 Anthony Elzy ............. 2 15 0 10 7.5

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Curtis Byrd ................. 2 22 Hunter Furr................. 1 4 Christian Wilson......... 1 12 Total.......... ............... 45 917 Opponents...... ......... 62 1397 SCORING ...................TD Casey Barth ..........................0 Johnny White .......................7 Shaun Draughn.....................6 Anthony Elzy .......................4 Dwight Jones........................4 Erik Highsmith .....................3 T.J. Yates ..............................3 Jheranie Boyd.......................3 Joshua Adams.......................2 Ryan Taylor ..........................2 Christian Wilson...................1 Zack Pianalto .......................1 Kevin Reddick .....................1 Da’Norris Searcy .................1 Devon Ramsay .....................1 Total.......... .........................39 Opponents...... ...................35

0 0 0 0 0

13 4 12 45 53

11.0 4.0 12.0 20.4 22.5

FGs PAT 19 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 38 18 30

Pts. 95 42 36 24 24 18 18 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 329 302

TACKLES ....................... Solo Kevin Reddick ..........................48 Zach Brown...............................47 Quan Sturdivant ........................31 Quinton Coples .........................33 Bruce Carter ..............................34 Donte Paige-Moss .....................28 Deunta Williams........................30 Tydreke Powell .........................25 Matt Merletti .............................24 Da’Norris Searcy ......................21 Tre Boston .................................24 Gene Robinson ..........................15 Kendric Burney .........................19 LeCount Fantroy .......................24 Mywan Jackson.........................13 Jabari Price ................................15 Jared McAdoo .............................4 Jordan Nix ...................................8 Kareen Martin .............................7 Tim Jackson ................................5 Herman Davidson ..................... 11 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Da’Norris Searcy ............ 4 Zach Brown..................... 3 Matt Merletti ................... 2 Kendric Burney ............... 2 Kevin Reddick ................ 2 Gene Robinson ................ 1 Jabari Price ...................... 1 Quan Sturdivant .............. 1 Bruce Carter .................... 1 Tim Jackson .................... 1 Tre Boston ....................... 1 Total.......... .................... 19 Opponents...... ................ 9

Yds. 53 113 1 11 22 0 29 0 55 1 2 287 68

Ast. 26 25 30 26 23 21 19 22 13 16 8 15 11 5 7 5 15 10 9 10 3 TD 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

Tot. 74 72 61 59 57 49 49 47 37 37 32 30 30 29 20 20 19 18 16 15 14 Lg. 46 70 1 13 22 0 29 0 55 1 2 70 25


North Carolina State Wolfpack 2011 NC State Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent ..............................Record ..Began . Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) .............................Site Liberty (ESPN3.com), 6 pm .................First Meeting ...................Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. at Wake Forest (RSN), 3:30 pm ..62-36-6 ..1895 .... 2010, hW 38-3 .... BB&T Field (31,500)...............................Winston-Salem, N.C. South Alabama (ESPN3.com), 6 pm................First Meeting ...................Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. at Cincinnati (ESPN), 8 pm ...1-0-0 ......2010 .... 2010, hW 30-19 ..Nippert Stadium (35,000) .....................Cincinnati, Ohio Georgia Tech .........................10-17-0 ..1918 .... 2010, aW 45-28 ..Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. Central Michigan ..................................First Meeting ...................Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. at Virginia ..............................33-21-1 ..1904 .... 2007, hW 29-24 ..Scott Stadium (61,500) .........................Charlottesville, Va. at Florida State .......................10-21-0 ..1952 .... 2010, hW 28-24 ..Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300) ....Tallahassee, Fla. North Carolina .......................31-63-6 ..1894 .... 2010, aW 29-25 ..Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. at Boston College ..................3-5-0 ......1936 .... 2010, hW 44-17 ..Alumni Stadium (44,500) .....................Chestnut Hill, Mass. Clemson .................................27-51-1 ..1899 .... 2010, aL 14-13....Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. Maryland ...............................31-32-4 ..1909 .... 2010, aL 38-31....Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) ............Raleigh, N.C. 2010 In Review

For the first time in his four seasons in Raleigh, NC State head coach Tom O’Brien fielded a relatively injury-free football team and the result was one of the best teams, record-wise, in Wolfpack football history...O’Brien’s fourth State squad, led on offense by versatile QB Russell Wilson, and on defense by LB Nate Irving, posted a 9-4 overall record, 5-3 in the ACC and tied for 2nd place in the Atlantic Division...State ended the year ranked 25th in the final poll for both AP and USA Today...The nine wins matched the second-best total in school history and included triumphs over 16th-ranked Florida State and 22nd-ranked West Virginia in the Champs Sports Bowl...Only a late-season seven-point defeat at Maryland kept the Wolfpack from playing in its first ACC Football Championship Game...Wilson was named 2nd-team All-ACC after recording one of the top statistical seasons in ACC history...He led the conference in total offense (3,998), passing offense (3,563) and touchdown passes (28) while tying the ACC single-season record for TDR (37)... His passing yards (5th) and total offense (4th) ranked among the top five single-season totals in league history... Irving, a first-team All-America, led an attacking Wolfpack defense which ranked 4th nationally in QB sacks, 6th in tackles for loss and 14th against the run...He set an NCAA single-game record with 8 TFLs against Wake Forest, finished 6th nationally in tackles for loss and was a co-winner of the ACC’s Brian Piccolo Award...Irving and TE George Bryan were named first-team All-ACC, while Wilson and WR Owen Spencer were 2nd-team AllACC...T Jake Vermiglio and DT J.R. Sweezy were both voted Honorable Mention All-ACC.

Who’s Gone

State loses 10 starters overall, including five on offense, three on defense and both PK Josh Czajkowski, who was 3rd in the ACC in field goals per game (1.67), and P Andy Leffler...Offensively, the Wolfpack will miss Wilson, who completed his ACC career ranked 2nd in career touchdown responsibility (93), 3rd in TD passes (76), 13th in career passing yards (8,545) and 8th in total offense (9,628)... The Wolfpack will also miss both starting WRs in Owen Spencer and Jarvis Williams, who combined for 112 receptions, 1,625 yards and 9 TDs last year...Also gone is All-ACC T Jake Vermiglio, while G Andrew Wallace will likely miss part or all of 2010 with an knee injury...Defensively, the Wolfpack will be without its leader in Irving, who had 92 tackles, 21.5 TFLs and 7 sacks last fall as well as DE David Akinniyi and DT Natanu Mageo.

2011 Preview

With the loss of Wilson, junior QB Mike Glennon, who has completed 33 of 52 passes (.635) for 321 yards and a TD in limited playing time as a reserve the past two seasons, steps into the starting role... The 6-6 Glennon is a classic drop-back passer and was impressive running State’s offense in the spring... ...A second spring priority was to replace Spencer, Jarvis and Darrell Davis in State’s receiving corps...Senior WRs T. J. Graham (25 catches) and Jay Smith enter fall as the starters with a senior Steven Howard, junior Tobais Palmer and sophomore Quintin Payton competing for playing time... State’s running backs will have a veteran look this year as sophomore Mustafa Greene (597 yds, 4 TDs) junior James Washington (215 yds) both return, as does starting FB Taylor Gentry (14 catches, 2 TDs), an excellent blocker and receiver...Two-time All-ACC and John Mackey Award semifinalist TE George Bryan also returns and will be a candidate for national honors...With Wallace’s status doubtful due to the injury, three starters return to an offensive line which should be improved, led by T R. J. Mattes, G Zach Allen and C Camden Wentz..Sophomore G Duran Christophe and senior T Mikel Overgaard complete the lineup coming out of spring practice. .One of the biggest areas of improvement for NC State in 2011 was on defense where Coordinator Mike Archer welcomes back 8 starters from a unit which played well in an attacking scheme, ranking 31st nationally (from 55th in 2009) in total defense...Honorable Mention All-ACC DT J.R. Sweezy and DE Jeff Rieskamp return as starters upfront and are joined by junior DT Brian Slay and sophomore DE Darryl Cato-Bishop...Senior LB Audie Cole (86 tackles) moves into Irving’s MLB spot and will be in the running for all-star accolades...He teams with returning starter LB Terrell Manning (75 tackles, 4.5 sacks) and sophomore LB D.J. Green to give the Pack a strong unit...The secondary has all four starters returning led by the safety tandem of Earl Wolff, State’s leading tackler with 95 hits and Brandan Bishop, who had a team-leading 4 pass interceptions...CB’s C. J. Wilson and David Amerson (57 tackles) round out the starting quartet.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (14)

Offense (6) ...........................2010.. Career Pos Name ...................... Starts.... Starts OT R.J. Mattes, Jr.. ..............10.......... 18 OG Zach Allen, Jr. ................13.......... 13 C Camden Wentz, Jr. .........13.......... 13 FB Travis Gentry, Sr. .............8.......... 15 TE George Bryan, Sr. ..........11.......... 29 RB James Washington, Jr. ......4............ 4 Defense (8)...........................2010.. Career Pos Name ...................... Starts.... Starts DE Jeff Rieskamp, Sr. ..........11.......... 13 DT J.R. Sweezy, Sr. .............11.......... 12 LB Audie Cole, Sr. ..............13.......... 25 LB Terrell Manning, Jr. .......12.......... 14 CB C.J. Wilson, Jr. ...............13.......... 19 CB David Amerson, So. .........9............ 9 S Brandan Bishop, Jr.........12.......... 20 S Earl Wolff, Jr. .................13.......... 17 Specialists (0) ......................2010.. Career Pos Name ...................... Starts.... Starts

Starters Lost (10)

Offense (5) ...........................2010.. Career Pos Name ...................... Starts.... Starts OT Jake Vermiglio ...............12.......... 32 OG *Andrew Wallace...........12.......... 14 QB Russell Wilson ...............13.......... 36 WR Jarvis Williams ..............13.......... 38 WR Owen Spencer, Sr...........13.......... 36 *Underclassman out with injury Defense (3)...........................2010.. Career Pos Name ...................... Starts.... Starts DE David Akinniyi ..............13.......... 13 DT Natanu Mageo ...............13.......... 13 LB Nate Irving .....................13.......... 26 Specialists (2) ......................2010.. Career Pos Name ...................... Starts......Start PK Josh Czajkowski ............13.......... 38 P Andy Leffler ....................9............ 9

Quick Facts

Location .............................Raleigh N.C. Founded ..........................................1887 Enrollment ...................................33,879 Chancellor ...............Dr. Randy Woodson Director of Athletics ..... Dr. Debbie Yow Stadium ............................. Carter-Finley Capacity .......................................57,583 2010 Overall Record ..........................9-4 2010 ACC Record ..............................5-3 2010 ACC Finish ... Tied for 2nd in Atlantic Division

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NC State Wolfpack Lettermen Returning .....................29 Offensive Lettermen Returning....14 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...15 Specialists Lettermen Returning. ...0 Lettermen Lost ...............................19 Offensive Lettermen Lost ..............8 Defensive Lettermen Lost ..............6 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............5

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ......................021 % Rushing Returning .....................698 % Receiving Returning ................ .627 % Receiving Yards Returning ...... .545 % Scoring Returning .................... .435 % Kickoff Returns.......................1.000 % Punt Returns............................. .995 % Tackles Returning .................... .770 % Turnovers Forced ..................... .828 Numbers & Notes 2 - For the second straiught year, TE George Bryan has been named to the preseason watch list for the John Mackey Award, given annually to the nation’s top tight end. Bryan was a Mackey semifinalist in 2010. 2 - Wolfpack junior CB C.J. Wilson had only two interceptions last year but the Lincolnton, N.C. native made the most of them, returning both for touchdowns. Wilson had a 43-yard interception return for a score against UCF and a 28-yard scoring return against Boston College. 3 - When junior Mike Glennon starts at QB this fall for NC State it will mark the third time that a pair of brothers will have been starting quarterbacks for ACC teams. Glennon’s older brother Sean, started at QB for Virginia Tech during the 2006-08 seasons. The other ACC brother QB tandems are Chris and Matt Kupec (North Carolina) and Rod (UNC) and Mike Elkins (Wake Forest). 7.54 - The Wolfpack ranked 6th nationally in tackles for loss in 2010, averaging 7.54 per game. Three returning State players had double figures in TFLs including DT J. R. Sweezy (11.5), LB Terrell Manning (10.5) and LB Audie Cole (10.0). 20 - WR-KR T. J. Graham enters his senior season ranked 5th on the ACC’s career kickoff return yardage list. Graham has averaged 23.3 yards on 93 career returns for 2,167 yards, returning two for touchdowns. He trails current ACC career record-holder Torrey Smith of Maryland (2,983) by 8816 yards. Graham also had an 87-yard punt return for a TTD in 2010. 660% - The winning percentage for Wolfpack head coach T Tom O’Brien against nationally ranked teams in his four sseasons at NC State. O’Brien has posted a 6-4 mark against tteams which were ranked in the Top 25 of either the AP or U USA Today weekly polls. Since the 2003 season, O’Brien’s tteams at NC State and Boston College have faced 21 nationaally ranked opponents and have beaten 13 (.619) of them. 1100 - NC State’s 23-7 win over 22nd-ranked West Virginia iin the 2010 Champs Bowl Game was the 100th career victorry in Wolfpack head coach Tom O’Brien’s career. O’Brien hhas posted a 100-70 record in 14 seasons as a head coach, 10 at Boston College and the last four at NC State.


NC State Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ........................................ Rush ........ Pass.....TDR ...... Total 1. Philip Rivers (2000-03) ............................. 98 ......13484....... 112 .....13582 2. Russell Wilson (2008-10) ...................... 1083 ........8545......... 93 .......9628 3. Jamie Barnette (1996-99)......................... 177 ........9461......... 74 .......9638 4. Terry Harvey (1991, 93-95) ......................-79 ........5925......... 44 .......5846 5. Shane Montgomery (1987-89) ................-143 ........5298......... 33 .......5155 6. Ted Brown (1975-78)............................. 4602 ..........202......... 52 .......4804 7. Dave Buckey (1972-75) ........................... 501 ........4286......... 31 .......4787 8. Eric Kramer (1985-86)............................-179 ........4602......... 36 .......4423 9. Tim Esposito (1983-84) ............................-39 ........3847......... 21 .......3808 10. Daniel Evans (2005-08) ..........................-142 ........4004......... 19 .......3862

RUSHING .............................................................. Att....... TD ...... Avg. ..Yards 1. Ted Brown (1975-77) ....................................860........ 49 ....... 5.35 ....4602 2. Joe McIntosh (1981-84) ................................729........ 20 ....... 5.00 ....3642 3. Tremayne Stephens (1994-97) ......................680........ 23 ....... 5.23 ....3553 4. Ray Robinson (1998-01) ...............................649........ 30 ....... 4.29 ....2781 5. Anthony Barbour (1988-89, 91-92) ..............474........ 16 ....... 5.43 ....2575 6. Stan Fritts (1972-74) .....................................534........ 41 ....... 4.76 ....2542 7. Andre Brown (2005-08) ................................523........ 22 ....... 4.85 ....2539 8. Willie Burden (1971-73) ...............................491........ 22 ....... 5.15 ....2529 9. T.A. McLendon (2002-04) ............................542........ 33 ....... 4.57 ....2479 10. Billy Ray Vickers (1976-79) .........................489........ 10 ....... 4.48 ....2189

PASSING YARDAGE .................................Comp-Att ...... Pct. .... TD ...Yards 1. Philip Rivers (2000-03) ....................... 1087-1711 ..... .635 ...... 95 .... 13484 2. Jamie Barnette (1996-99)....................... 637-1243 ..... .512 ...... 59 ......9461 3. Russell Wilson (2008-10) .....................682-1180 ..... .577 ...... 76 ......8545 4. Terry Harvey (1991, 93-95) ..................... 442-785 ..... .563 ...... 38 ......5925 5. Shane Montgomery (1987-89) ................. 421-746 ..... .564 ...... 31 ......5298 6. Eric Kramer (1985-86) ............................ 334-616 ..... .542 ...... 30 ......4602 7. Dave Buckey (1972-75)........................... 307-524 ..... .585 ...... 25 ......4286 8. Daniel Evans (2005-08) ..........................370-681 ..... . 543 ...... 19 ......4004 9. Tim Esposito (1983-84) ..........................333-585 ..... . 569 ...... 18 ......3847 10. Terry Jordan (1989-92) ...........................303-504 ..... . 601 ...... 19 ......3695

RECEPTIONS................................................... Yards ....... TD...... Avg...... Rec. 1. Jerricho Cotchery (2000-03) ...................... 3119 .........21.....15.60.......200 2. Torry Holt (1995-98).................................. 3379 .........31.....17.69.......191 3. Eddie Goines (1991-94) ............................. 2351 .........17.....15.99.......147 4. Bryan Peterson (1999-02) .......................... 1894 .........13.....13.63.......139 5. Nasrallah Worthen (1984-88)..................... 2247 .........14.....17.15.......131 Jarvis Williams (2007-10) .......................... 1747 .........20.....13.34.......131 7. Owen Spencer (2007-10) ........................... 2441 .........15.....19.37.......126 8. Tramain Hall (2003-05) ............................. 1466 .........12.....11.73.......125 9. Chris Coleman (1996-99) .......................... 1909 ...........8.....15.65.......122 10. Mike Quick (1978-81) ............................... 1934 .........10.....16.67.......116

RECEIVING YARDAGE .................................Recp......... TD...... Avg....Yards 1. Torry Holt (1995-98) ....................................191..........31.....17.69.....3379 2. Jerricho Cotchery (2000-03) .........................200..........21.....15.60..... 3119 3. Owen Spencer (2007-10) ..............................126..........15.....19.37.....2441 4. Eddie Goines (1991-94) ................................147..........17.....15.99.....2351 5. Nasrallah Worthen (1984-88)........................131..........14.....17.15.....2247 6. Mike Quick (1978-81) ..................................116..........10.....16.67.....1934 7. Koren Robinson (1999-00) ...........................110..........15.....17.40.....1914 8. Chris Coleman (1996-99) .............................122............8.....15.65.....1909 9. Bryan Peterson (1999-02) .............................139..........13.....13.63.....1894 10. Jarvis Williams (2007-10).............................131..........20.....13.34.....1747

SCORING Points 1. Ted Brown (1975-77) ........................................................................... 312 2. Josh Czajkowski (2008-10).................................................................. 257 2. Stan Fritts (1972-74) ............................................................................ 256 3. Mike Cofer (1982-86) .......................................................................... 247 4. Damon Hartman (1988-91) .................................................................. 241 5. Steve Videtich (1992-94) ..................................................................... 219 6. T.A. McLendon (2002-04) ................................................................... 216 7. John Deraney (2003-06) ...................................................................... 204 9. Torry Holt (1995-98)............................................................................ 202 10. Adam Kiker (2001-03) ................................................................. 184

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. 72 * 1 * 10 9 71 36 30 * 50 12 89 84*** 11 37 28 ** 14 87 92 * 74 43 62 42*** 10 33 96 67 26 78 34 32 68 65 13 98 48 48 46 47*** 49 * 8 * 6*** 22 * 70 31 * 33 * 44 29 * 85 43 14 25 * 73 38 58 91 **

Name ...........................Pos. Zach Allen ....................OG David Amerson ............. CB Ben Areno ..................... HB Brandon Barnes ............ HB Alex Barr ...................... OL Wil Baumann ................... P Brandan Bishop ............... S Torian Box ....................OG Tyler Brosius ................ QB Benson Browne .............TE George Bryan.................TE Juston Burris ................. DB Tyrell Burriss ................ DB Justin Byers .................. CB Jarvis Byrd .................... CB Mario Carter ..................TE Darryl Cato-Bishop ...... DE Tyson Chandler................ T Ryan Cheek................... LB Duran Christophe ............G Audie Cole .................... LB Donald Coleman .............. S Roderick Cox ................ DB Sylvester Crawford ....... DE Wayne Crawford ..............C Anthony Creecy ............ HB Rob Crisp ......................... T Rickey Dowdy .............. LB Justin Dupree ............... WR Carl Escriva .................. DE A.J. Ferguson ................ DE Hakeem Flowers .......... WR McKay Frandsen .......... DE J. Ellis Flint................... PK Calvin Forbes ............... LB Rob Fronk ......................FB Taylor Gentry.................FB Zach Gentry .................. LB Mike Glennon ............... QB T.J. Graham ................. WR Gary Grant .................... CB Carlos Gray................... DT D.J. Green ..................... LB Mustafa Greene ............ HB Milton Hall ................... DB Dean Haynes.................... S Steven Howard ............ WR David Hyde....................FB Daniel Imhoff ............... QB Dontae Johnson ............... S Andy Jomantas ................G Hakim Jones ................. DB Jacob Kahut .................. DT Markus Kuhn ................ DT

Ht. 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-7 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-6 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-7 6-2 5-8 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-7 6-2 6-4 6-4

Wt. 322 185 205 209 302 190 210 295 233 240 265 185 185 183 180 262 281 340 244 287 239 195 195 240 303 196 312 240 170 240 279 182 255 173 235 220 250 204 225 180 186 321 214 201 181 199 200 215 202 184 260 190 245 303

2011 Alphabetical Roster

Class .....................Hometown Jr.-R ........................ Tifton, Ga. So. ............... Greensboro, N.C. Sr.-R ............ Greensboro, N.C. Jr.-R ....................... Bunn, N.C. Fr. .................. Fayetteville, Ga. Fr. ............... WIlmington, N.C. Jr. ...................Boca Raton, Fla. Fr-R ............ College Park, Md. Fr.-R ........... Waynesville, N.C. Fr. ..................Cincinnati, Ohio Sr.-R ..........Castle Hayne, N.C. Fr. .......................Raleigh, N.C. Fr. ............Daytona Beach, Fla. Sr.-R ................ Charlotte, N.C. So.-R ..................Pahokee, Fla. Jr.-R .................. Pittsburgh, Pa. So.-R .................Groton, Mass. Fr.-R ............N. Plainfield, N.J. So.-R .............. Lancaster, Ohio So.-R ........... New Orleans, La. Sr.-R ................ Monroe, Mich. So.-R .................Detroit, Mich. Jr. ....................New Bern, N.C. So.-R ............... Charlotte, N.C. Sr.-R ..............Philadelphia, Pa. Fr.-R ..................Durham, N.C. So. ......................Raleigh, N.C. So.-R .............High Point, N.C. Jr. ...................... Pinetops, N.C. Jr. ..................... Macedon, N.Y. So. .................. Southport, N.C. Fr. ...............Simpsonville, S.C. Jr. ........... American Fork, Utah Sr. .................Amsterdam, N.Y. Sr. ............. Mastic Beach, N.Y. So. ......................... Apex, N.C. Sr. .......................Raleigh, N.C. Jr. ........................Raleigh, N.C. Jr.-R .................Centreville, Va. Sr. .......................Raleigh, N.C. Jr.-R .......................Miami, Fla. Fr. ......................... Pinson, Ala. So. .........................Macon, Ga. So. ...........................Irmo, S.C. So. .................Burlington, N.C. So.-R ............ Tunnell Hill, Ga. Sr.-R ................ Charlotte, N.C. Sr. ........................... Cary, N.C. Sr.-R .................. Sanford, N.C. So. .................Pennington, N.J. Fr.-R ...................Dayton, Ohio Fr. ..................Henderson, N.C. Jr. ................ Wake Forest, N.C. Sr.-R ....... Weinheim, Germany

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Name ...........................Pos. Travis Leggett ............... HB Jonathan Locklear......... OL Sterling Lucas ............... LB Dwayne Maddox .......... LB Dave Mann ................... DE Terrell Manning ............ LB R.J. Mattes ................... G-T Ty McGill ..................... DT Chaz McQueen ............ WR Maurice Morgan ........... DB Rodman Noel ................ DB Art Norman................... DE Shane O’Toole .............. DB Mikel Overgaard .............. T Tobais Palmer .............. WR Quintin Payton ............. WR Michael Peek ................ LB Rodney Pettus .............. WR Brandon Pittman ........... LB Seth Pivarnik ...................G Garrison Pollock ........... OL Zach Powell .................. DB Everett Proctor ............. WR Tyler Purvis ...................FB Keegan Ray .................. DE Hans Rice, II ................. LB Theo Rich ..................... DE Jeff Rieskamp ............... DE Jesse Riley .................... CB Mike Rose..................... DE Shane Rudd....................LS Niklas Sade ................... PK Brian Slay ..................... DT Jay Smith ..................... WR Rashard Smith .............. CB J.R. Sweezy .................. DT James Swindell ............. DE Anthony Talbert .............TE Brian Taylor .................. QB Thomas Teal ................. DT Scott Thompson .............LS Joe Thuney.................... OL Bryan Underwood ....... WR Curtis Underwood, Jr. ... HB Andrew Wallace ...........OG James Washington ........ HB Asa Watson ....................TE Camden Wentz .................C Forrest West .................. DE C.J. Wilson.................... CB Logan Winkles ...............FB Earl Wolff ........................ S J.T. Zdanek ................... LB

Ht. 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-6 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-5 5-11 5-11 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-0

Wt. 217 270 238 234 230 224 303 290 200 215 206 225 197 289 175 203 215 180 212 295 255 194 219 220 220 217 225 245 188 215 220 190 290 209 176 293 244 246 205 315 220 250 170 220 304 180 225 296 260 179 240 201 220

Class .....................Hometown Sr. ................. Chadbourn, N.C. Jr. ........................Maxton, N.C. Sr. .................Orangeburg, S.C. Sr. ........................ Shelby, N.C. Fr. ....................... Fairburn, Ga. Jr.-R .............. Laurinburg, N.C. Jr.-R .................. Concord, N.C. Fr. ............................ Jesup, Ga. Sr.-R ....................... Cary, N.C. Fr. .....................LaGrange, Ga. Fr. ......................Everett, Mass. Fr.-R ....... Stone Mountain, Ga. So. .................Downington, Pa. Sr.-R ...................Weiser, Idaho Jr.-R ..................Pittsboro, N.C. So.-R ............... Anderson, S.C. Fr. ...................... Grayson, Ga. So. ................... Charlotte, N.C. Fr. .......................Raleigh, N.C. Jr. ..................... Gloucester, Va. So .......... Winston-Salem, N.C. Sr.-R ....... Fuquay-Varina, N.C. So.-R ........... Fayetteville, N.C. So. .................... Reinholds, Pa. Jr. ................. Chapel Hill, N.C. So.-R ...................Eufaula, Ala. Fr.-R ....................... Portal, Ga. Sr.-R ..............Cincinnati, Ohio So. .......................Leland, N.C. Fr. ...............Simpsonville, S.C. Sr. ...................... Mebane, N.C. Fr. ............... Wake Forest, N.C. Jr. .........................Ashburn, Va. Sr.-R .....................Norfolk, Va. So.-R .....................Dublin, Ga. Sr.-R ............Mooresville, N.C. Jr. ...................High Point, N.C. So.-R .............Cincinnati, Ohio Fr. ................... Lillington, N.C. Fr.-R ...........Bennettsville, S.C. Fr. ....Rancho Santa Margarita, Cal. Fr. ................Centerville, Ohio Fr.-R University Heights, Ohio Sr.-R ........... Lackawanna, N.Y. Jr.-R ................. Charlotte, N.C. Jr. ........................ Orlando, Fla. Jr. ....................Rock Hilll, S.C. Jr. ........................ Marietta, Ga. Jr. ...................... Canton, Conn. Jr.-R .............. Lincolnton, N.C. Fr.-R ...............Thomaston, Ga. Jr.-R ................... Raeford, N.C. Jr. ................Chocowinity, N.C.


N C State Coaches and Records Tom O’Brien

N C State Coaches and Records

Head Coach (Navy ‘71) Record at NC State: 25-25 (.500), 4 Years Overall: 100-70 (.588), 14 Years Born: October 5, 1948 Now in his 15th season as a head football coach, Tom O’Brien begins his fifth year as the 33rd head coach in NC State’s 117year gridiron history. In 2010, O’Brien led the Wolfpack to a 9-4 campaign--tying the school’s second-highest total for victories and recording State’s most wins since 2002. A win over 22nd-ranked West Virginia in the Champs Sports Bowl--the 100th victory of O’Brien’s career--allowed State to garner a No. 25 final national ranking, its first in the final national polls since 2002. In his four seasons at State, O’Brien has posted a 6-4 record (.600) against nationally ranked teams, including triumphs over 16th-ranked Florida State and 22nd-ranked West Virginia last year. O’Brien is also the first coach in NC State history to win his first four meetings against North Carolina, as the 29-25 Wolfpack victory in 2010 gave him a 4-0 record against NC State’s arch-rival. A 1971 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, O’Brien began his coaching career as an assistant to George Welsh at Navy in 1975, starting a 22-year affiliation as an assistant to Welsh at Navy (1975-81) and Virginia (1982-96). He served as offensive coordinator at UVa for six seasons, during which the Cavaliers were consistently ranked among the top offensive teams in the ACC. He was named head coach at Boston College in 1997 and rebuilt that program into a perennial post-season participant, winning more games than any other coach in school history. His 75-45 (.625) record in 10 seasons with the Eagles included eight straight winning bowl trips, at the time the longest such streak in the nation. His 2004 BC team was also honored by the AFCA as having the nation’s highest graduation rate and his BC program earned the AFCA’s Honorable Mention status an additional seven times. Boston College was ranked No. 1 in the country by USA Today when that publication recently re-ordered its 2005 regular season poll and the final 2005 Top 25 by APR score (Academic Progress Rate) to measure a combination of athletic and academic success. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, O’Brien is married to the former Jennifer Byrd of San Diego and the couple has three grown children: Colleen, an associate producer at ESPN; Daniel, a graduate assistant football coach at Alabama; and Bridget Jean, the Museum Coordinator for the Historic Charleston Foundation.

O’Brien by the Numbers Year..School ............ AP/USA ACC Finish .... All... Pct. 1997..Boston College ... .....................................4-7-0....363 1998..Boston College .........................................4-7-0....363 1999..Boston College ........................................8-4-0....667 2000..Boston College . ......................................7-5-0....583 2001..Boston College ..23 ..................................8-4-0....667 2002..Boston College . ......................................9-4-0....692 2003..Boston College ............................................ 8-5-0....615 2004..Boston College . 21/ 21 .............................9-3-0....750 2005..Boston College . 18 /17 ...... 5-3 .. T1stA ...9-3-0....750 2006..Boston College . 20 /20 ...... 5-3 . T2ndA ...9-3-0....750 2007..NC State ......................... 3-5...T5thA ...5-7-0....416 2008..NC State ......................... 4-4...T3rdA ...6-7-0....461 2009..NC State ......................... 2-6..... 5thA ...5-7-0....416 2010..NC State ......... 25/25 ...... 5-3.. T2ndA ...9-4-0....692 NC State: 4 Years ..............14-18 .... (.437) 25-25-0 .500 Boston College: 10 Yrs ......10-6 ...... (.625) 75-45-0 .625 Overall Record: 13 Yrs .....24-24 .... (.500) 100-70-0 .588 Versus ACC Schools: vs. Boston College ........ 1-3 vs. Clemson ................... 2-4 vs. Duke ........................ 2-1 vs. Florida State ............ 2-4 vs. Georgia Tech............ 2-1 vs. Maryland ................. 3-3 vs. Miami ...................... 2-8 vs. North Carolina ......... 5-1 vs. NC State .................. 1-1 vs. Virginia .................... 2-0 vs. Virginia Tech ........... 2-9 vs. Wake Forest ............. 3-5

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS Head Coach Years W L Bart Gatling ...............(4) 1892-1895 3 4 Perrin Busbee ............(2) 1896-1897 2 1 W.C. Riddick .............(2) 1898-1899 1 3 John McKee ...............(2) 1900-1901 1 6 Arthur Devlin ............(2) 1902-1903 7 8 W.S. Keinholz ............(1) 1904 3 1 G.S. Whitney .............(1) 1905 4 1 Willie Heston .............(1) 1906 3 1 Mickey Whitehurst ....(2) 1907-1908 12 1 Eddie Green ...............(5) 1909-1913 25 8 Jack Hagarty ..............(2) 1914-1915 5 6 Britt Patterson ............(1) 1916 2 5 Harry Hartsell ............(4) 1917, 21-23 16 18 Tal Stafford ................(1) 1918 1 3 Bill Fetzer ..................(2) 1919-1920 14 5 Buck Shaw .................(1) 1924 2 6 Gus Tebell ..................(5) 1925-1929 21 25 John Van Liew ...........(1) 1930 2 8 Clipper Smith ............(3) 1931-1933 10 12 Hunk Anderson ..........(3) 1934-1936 11 17 Doc Newton ...............(7) 1937-1943 24 39 Beattie Feathers .........(8) 1944-1951 37 38 Horace Hendrickson ..(2) 1952-1953 4 16 Earle Edwards..........(17) 1954-1970 77 88 Al Michaels ...............(1) 1971 3 8 Lou Holtz ...................(4) 1972-1975 33 12 Bo Rein ......................(4) 1976-1979 27 18 Monte Kiffin ..............(3) 1980-1982 16 17 Tom Reed...................(3) 1983-1985 9 24 Dick Sheridan ............(7) 1986-1992 52 29 Mike O’Cain ..............(7) 1993-1999 41 40 Chuck Amato .............(7) 2000-2006 49 37 Tom O’Brien..............(4) 2007-2010 25 25 CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Head Coach Years W Lou Holtz ..............(4) 1972-1975 16 Bo Rein .................(4) 1976-1979 15 Dick Sheridan........(7) 1986-1992 31 Earle Edwards .....(17) 1954-1970 55 Chuck Amato ........(7) 2000-2006 25 Mike O’Cain .........(7) 1993-1999 26 Monte Kiffin .........(3) 1980-1982 8 Tom O’Brien .........(4) 2007-2010 14 Al Michaels ...........(1) 1971 2 Tom Reed ..............(3) 1983-1985 4 Horace Hendrickson .(1) 1953 0 (Based on Winning Percentage)

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls Dick Sheridan........................................(6) Chuck Amato ........................................(5) Lou Holtz ..............................................(4) Mike O’Cain .........................................(3) Bo Rein .................................................(2) Earle Edwards .......................................(2) Tom O’Brien .........................................(2)

W 2 4 2 1 2 1 1

L 5 8 18 45 31 30 10 18 4 15 3

L 4 1 1 2 0 1 1

T 1 0 2 0 2 2 1 4 1 2 2 0 4 0 0 2 2 0 5 1 6 3 0 8 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 T 2 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .438 .667 .333 .143 .471 .667 .750 .625 .893 .743 .462 .286 .474 .250 .737 .300 .458 .200 .463 .397 .391 .494 .200 .468 .273 .719 .598 .485 .273 .637 .506 .570 .500 Pct .739 .652 .630 .546 .446 .464 .444 .437 .333 .211 .000

T Pct 0 .333 0 .800 1 .625 0 .333 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .500

WOLFPACK ASSISTANT COACHES Mike Archer (Miami ‘76)............................................................Defensive Coordinator Dana Bible (Cincinnati ‘76) .......................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/WR Jim Bridge (Wittenberg ‘92) ................................................................... Offensive Line Don Horton (Wittenberg ‘82).........................................................................Tight Ends Jerry Petercuskie (Boston College ‘75) ..................... Recruiting Coord./Special Teams Mike Reed (Boston College ‘94) ......................................................... Defensive Backs Everette Sands (The Citadel ‘93) ............................................................Running Backs Jon Tenuta (Virginia ‘82) .............................................................................Linebackers Keith Willis (Northeastern ‘88) ..............................................................Defensive Line

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NC State 2010 Statistics 2010 NC State Results (9-4, 5-3 ACC) NCS Date..........Result....Opponent .................... Att. AP USA S4 ...........W, 48-7....Western Carolina 56,417 S11 .......W, 28-21....at UCF 43,020 S16 .......W, 30-19....Cincinnati 55,934 S25 .......W, 45-28....at Georgia Tech 48,825 O2..........L, 30-41....Virginia Tech 58,083 23 O9.........W, 44-17....Boston College 56,859 O16. L, 27-33 (ot)....at East Carolina 50,410 O28.......W, 28-24....Florida State 56,807 N6..........L, 13-14....at Clemson 74,000 23 25 N13.........W, 38-3....Wake Forest 57,161 N20.......W, 29-25....at North Carolina 60,000 N27........L, 31-38....at Maryland 35,370 21 23 D28.........W, 23-7....West Virginia 48,962 Champs Sports Bowl at Florida Citrus Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)

TEAM STATISTICS............. NCS OPP SCORING ................................. 414 277 Points Per Game..................... 31.8 21.3 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 303 209 Rushing ..................................... 98 84 Passing .................................... 177 120 Penalty....................................... 28 5 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1603 1486 Yards gained rushing ............. 1916 1937 Yards lost rushing .................... 313 451 Rushing Attempts .................... 461 434 Average Per Rush ..................... 3.5 3.4 Average Per Game................ 123.3 114.3 TDs Rushing ............................. 17 12 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 3655 2926 Comp-Att-Int...............319-545-14 246-406-9 Average Per Pass ...................... 6.7 7.2 Average Per Catch .................. 11.5 11.9 Average Per Game................ 281.2 225.1 TDs Passing............................... 28 21 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 5258 4412 Total Plays ............................. 1006 840 Average Per Play ...................... 5.2 5.3 Average Per Game................ 404.5 339.4 KICK RETURNS................. 45-855 76-1669 PUNT RETURNS ................ 22-205 20-157 INT RETURNS ...................... 9-164 14-156 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 19.0 22.0 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 9.3 7.8 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 18.2 11.1 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 23-8 37-20 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 65-473 83-749 Average Per Game.................. 36.4 57.6 PUNTS-Yards .................... 62-2342 74-2846 Average Per Punt .................... 37.8 38.5 Net punt average .................... 34.3 34.6 TOP/Game ............................ 32:03 27:57 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 90/208 59/181 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 43% 33% 4TH-DOWN Conv. ................ 13/20 12/19 4th-Down Pct ......................... 65% 63% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 42-284 39-229 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 35 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 50 36 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 21-27 10-18 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 1-2 0-3 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 53-69 32-40 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 37-69 24-40 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 49-50 29-31 ATTENDANCE .................. 341261 311625 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 6/56877 6/51938 Neutral Site Games .......... 1/48962 1/48962

AP 16 22

Opp. USA 15 21

| ------------------ Offense -------------------- | Run Pass Total Passes TO 129 351 480 25-38-0 0 134 105 239 10-30-0 0 158 333 491 26-40-0 2 159 368 527 28-41-1 2 145 362 507 21-49-3 3 75 347 422 41-56-2 2 154 322 476 26-52-3 4 189 178 367 18-28-1 2 63 212 275 22-36-1 2 59 328 387 28-39-1 1 112 163 275 15-29-1 1 123 311 434 31-62-1 2 103 275 378 28-45-0 1

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Mustafa Greene ..........134 597 4 49 4.5 Russell Wilson ...........143 435 9 34 3.0 Dean Haynes ................83 320 3 20 3.9 James Washington ........71 215 1 12 3.0 Curtis Underwood ........15 62 0 10 4.1 Mike Glennon ................1 3 0 3 3.0 Travis Leggett ................1 1 0 1 1.0 Daniel Imhoff .................2 0 0 4 0.0 T.J. Graham ....................1 -7 0 0 -7.0 TEAM ............................9 -10 0 0 -1.1 Corey Tedder ..................1 -13 0 0 -13.0 Total.......... .................461 1603 17 49 3.5 Opponents...... ...........434 1486 12 71 3.4 PASSING........Cmp. Russell Wilson ... 308 Mike Glennon ........ 9 TEAM .................... 0 Daniel Imhoff ......... 2 Total.......... ......... 319 Opponents...... ... 246

Att. Int. Pct. TD Yds. 527 14 58.4 28 3563 13 0 69.2 0 78 3 0 0.0 0 0 2 0100.0 0 14 545 14 58.5 28 3655 406 9 60.6 21 2926

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Owen Spencer .......... 60 912 4 60 15.2 Jarvis Williams ......... 52 713 5 50 13.7 George Bryan ........... 35 369 3 37 10.5 Mustafa Greene ........ 30 272 2 17 9.1 James Washington .... 27 185 1 24 6.9 Darrell Davis ............ 26 327 3 35 12.6 T.J. Graham .............. 25 316 4 49 12.6 Taylor Gentry ........... 14 116 2 21 8.3 Dean Haynes ............ 13 118 1 34 9.1 Steven Howard ......... 12 114 1 25 9.5 Jay Smith.................. 10 84 1 16 8.4 Quintin Payton ........... 4 38 0 12 9.5 Mario Carter ............... 3 25 0 14 8.3 Paul Horst................... 2 20 0 12 10.0 Donovan Counts......... 2 5 0 3 2.5 Asa Watson ................ 1 22 0 22 22.0 Curtis Underwood ...... 1 12 1 12 12.0 Russell Wilson ........... 1 4 0 4 4.0 Marty Stoner .............. 1 3 0 3 3.0 Total.......... ............. 319 3655 28 60 11.5 Opponents...... ....... 246 2926 21 71 11.9 PUNTING ............. No. Jeff Ruiz ................... 31 Andy Leffler............. 31 Total.......... ............... 62 Opponents...... ......... 74

Yds. 1143 1199 2342 2846

Lg. Blk. Avg. 57 0 36.9 59 0 38.7 59 0 37.8 58 2 38.5

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. T.J. Graham .............. 19 154 1 87 8.1 Justin Byers ................ 1 9 0 9 9.0 Colby Jackson ............ 1 21 0 0 21.0 Asa Watson ................ 1 20 0 20 20.0 D.J. Green .................. 0 0 1 0 0.0 Jarvis Williams ........... 0 1 1 1 0.0 Total.......... ............... 22 205 3 87 9.3 Opponents...... ......... 20 157 0 41 7.8 KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. T.J. Graham .............. 29 565 0 50 19.5 James Washington ...... 9 204 0 35 22.7

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| ------------------ Defense ------------------ | Run Pass Total Passes TO 86 103 189 10-18-0 1 95 213 308 17-29-3 5 75 310 385 19-31-0 1 247 116 363 5-18-0 2 317 123 440 12-24-1 1 99 173 272 11-32-3 3 120 376 496 37-53-0 4 177 196 373 17-28-0 2 46 214 260 20-30-1 3 110 78 188 10-13-0 1 -7 411 404 33-44-0 1 -9 417 408 33-47-0 0 130 196 326 22-39-1 5

Dontae Johnson .......... 3 40 Curtis Underwood ...... 2 15 Taylor Gentry ............. 1 14 David Amerson .......... 1 17 Total.......... ............... 45 855 Opponents...... ......... 76 1669 SCORING ...................TD Josh Czajkowski.............. 0 Russell Wilson ................ 9 Mustafa Greene ............... 6 Jarvis Williams ................ 6 T.J. Graham ..................... 5 Owen Spencer ................. 4 Dean Haynes ................... 4 Darrell Davis ................... 3 George Bryan .................. 3 C.J. Wilson ...................... 2 James Washington ........... 2 Taylor Gentry .................. 2 Chris Hawthorne ............. 0 D.J. Green ....................... 1 Jay Smith......................... 1 Curtis Underwood ........... 1 Steven Howard ................ 1 J. Ellis Flint ..................... 0 Terrell Manning .............. 0 Total.......... .................... 50 Opponents...... .............. 36

0 0 0 0 0 2

17 14 14 17 50 93

13.3 7.5 14.0 17.0 19.0 22.0

FGs PAT 20 42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 21 49 10 29

Pts. 102 54 36 36 30 24 24 18 18 12 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 2 2 414 277

TACKLES ....................... Solo Earl Wolff .............................53 Nate Irving ...........................46 Audie Cole ...........................49 Terrell Manning ...................44 Brandan Bishop....................32 David Amerson ....................37 J.R. Sweezy ..........................17 C.J. Wilson ...........................29 Michael Lemon ....................15 Natanu Mageo ......................12 Taylor Gentry .......................12 Jeff Rieskamp.......................12 Dontae Johnson ....................12 Brian Slay...............................5 David Akinniyi .....................10 Audi Augustin ........................9 Markus Kuhn .........................9 D.J. Green ............................10 Justin Byers ..........................11 Sterling Lucas ........................6 Dwayne Maddox ....................7 Asante’ Cureton......................7 Zach Gentry ...........................6 Darryl Cato-Bishop ................6 Gary Grant .............................8 INTERCEPTIONS ... No. Brandan Bishop............... 4 C.J. Wilson ...................... 2 Audie Cole ...................... 1 Earl Wolff ........................ 1 Terrell Manning .............. 1 Total.......... ...................... 9 Opponents...... .............. 14

Yds. 54 71 0 31 8 164 156

Ast. 42 46 37 31 34 20 33 17 19 17 13 11 10 15 10 8 8 6 4 9 8 7 7 7 3 TD 0 2 0 0 0 2 1

Tot. 95 92 86 75 66 57 50 46 34 29 25 23 22 20 20 17 17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 11 Lg. 39 43 0 31 8 43 42


Virginia Cavaliers 2011 Virginia Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent .................................Record ...Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) .......................Site William & Mary (ESPN3.com), 6 pm ..26-6-1 ...1908....2009, hL 26-14....Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville,Va. at Indiana (Big Ten Network), 7 pm... 1-0-0 ...2009....2009, hW 47-7 ....Memorial Stadium (52,354)............Bloomington, Ind. at North Carolina (ESPNU), 3:30 pm..53-57-4 ...1892....2010, hL 44-10....Kenan Stadium (63,000) .................Chapel Hill, N.C. Southern Mississippi .....................0-1-0 ...2009.... 2009, aL 34-37 ....Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville, Va. Idaho .........................................................First Meeting ...................Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville,Va. Georgia Tech .............................16-16-1 ...1965....2010, aL 33-21 ....Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville,Va. NC State ....................................21-33-1 ...1904....2007, aL 29-24 ....Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville,Va. at Miami (ESPN), 8 pm ................3-5-0 ...1996....2010, hW 24-19 .Sun Life Stadium (74,916) .............Miami Gardens, Fla. at Maryland ...............................31-42-2 ...1919....2010, hL 42-23 ...Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (54,000) .College Park, Md. Duke ..........................................32-30-0 ...1890....2010, aL 55-48 ....Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville,Va. at Florida State ............................14-2-0 ...1992....2010, hL 34-14....Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,300)...Chestnut Hill, Mass. Virginia Tech .............................37-50-5 ...1895....2010, aL 37-7 ......Scott Stadium (61,500) ...................Charlottesville,Va.

2010 In Review

In his first season as Virginia’s 39th head coach, Mike London guided the Cavaliers to a 4-8 overall record including 1-7 in the ACC and a tie for 5th place in the Coastal Division... What the record did not show, though, was the overall improvement demonstrated by London’s squad as UVa dropped three games by seven or fewer points, including a three-point loss at then 16th-ranked Southern California...The Cavs also recorded their only ACC win over a ranked team, downing 22nd-ranked Miami 24-19 at Scott Stadium... London’s leadership brought out the best in several Virginia veterans including senior QB Marc Verica, who ranked 4th in the ACC in passing yards, 5th in total offense and 6th in pass efficiency...Senior RB Keith Payne led the ACC in touchdowns with 16, was the league-leader in scoring, averaging 8.7 points per game; and finished 4th in rushing (68.1/gm) and was named 2nd-team All-ACC...WR Dontrelle Inman finished 6th in the ACC in pass receiving yardage per game (67.9) and 9th in catches per game (4.25)...Junior CB Chase Minnifield earned first-team All-ACC honors after finishing 2nd in the ACC and 5th nationally in pass interceptions (6, 0.50/gm)...Minnifield was also named Honorable Mention All-America....T Morgan Moses, who started seven games as a true freshman, was named a Freshman All-America.

Who’s Gone

Virginia only loses five starters, three on offense and two on defense, but all were important contributors. Offensively, the Cavaliers will miss QB Marc Verica, who finished his career 6th on the UVa career passing list with 4,992 career yards. Also gone is WR Dontrelle Inman, who averaged 16.0 yards per catch on 51 receptions, and starting G B.J. Cabbell. On defense, Virginia will be without DE Zane Parr and MLB Darnell Carter .

2011 Preview

London will welcome back 43 returning lettermen including 19 starters--eight on offense and 9 on defense, plus P Jimmy Howell and PK Robert Randolph...Howell finished 4th in the ACC in punting, averaging 42.2 yards a punt...Randolph, a Lou Groza semifinalist in 2009, struggled early in 2010, but rebounded to make 10 of his last 11 three-point attempts...Randolph enters 2011 ranked 8th among all FBS returnees, having made 30 of 37 career field goals (.811)...One of the major question marks that remains is who will start under center...Sophomore QBs Ross Metheny and Michael Rocco will continue their competition for starting berth this fall, but neither has significant playing time... Starting RB Perry Jones returns after rushing for 646 yards and a 4.7 per-carry average and will be joined by redshirt freshman RB Kevin Parks to give the Cavaliers a pair of running options...Opening the holes for them will be FB Max Milien and four returning offensive line starters in G Austin Pasztor, C Anthony Mihota, T Oday Aboushi and G-T Morgan Moses with either T Landon Bradley or G Luke Bowanko joining them...Also returning are a couple in a long line of standout Virginia TEs in Colter Phillips and Paul Freedman.... Despite the loss of Inman, the wide receiver corps should remain productive with the return of leading WR Kris Burd, who finished 5th in the ACC in pass receptions (58), WR Tim Smith, who missed almost all of last year with an injury, as well as senior letterman Matt Snyder and sophomore Bobby Smith...Defensively, the Cavaliers do return three of four starters on the defensive line led by DE Cam Johnson (14.5 TFLs, 6.5 sacks) and DTs Matt Conrath and Nick Jenkins... Lettermen DE Jake Snyder takes over the other end spot with DT Will Hill will also be in the running for playing time at either tackle... UVa’s top two returning tacklers are back at linebacker including SLB LaRoy Reynolds (66 tackles) and MLB Steve Greer (59 tackles) and are joined by senior SLB Adam Taliafferro...With three of four starters returning, the secondary will also have a veteran look, led by senior CB Chase Minnifield, an All-America and Jim Thorpe Trophy candidate after finishing 5th nationally in pass interceptions (0.50/gm) in 2010... Joining him as starters are FS Corey Moseley and SS Rodney McLeod with sophomore Rijo Walker taking over the other CB position...CB Devin Wallace, the starter there last year, was suspended in the spring, but will return this fall and should compete for his starting position.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (19) OFFENSE (8) ......................2010 Career Pos. Name.........................Starts .. Starts WR Kris Burd, Sr. ..................12 ........ 24 LT Oday Aboushi, Jr. ............12 ........ 12 RT Morgan Moses, So. ...........7 .......... 7 G Austin Pasztor, Sr.. ..........12 ........ 32 C Anthony Mihota, Sr ........11 ........ 13 TE Colter Phillips, Jr.............10 ........ 16 TB Perry Jones, Jr. ................11 ........ 11 FB Max Milien, Sr. .................7 .......... 7 DEFENSE (9) ......................2010 Career Pos. Name.........................Starts .. Starts DT Matt Conrath, Sr.. ............11 ........ 33 DT Nick Jenkins, Sr.. ............12 ........ 29 DE Cam Johnson, Sr..............12 ........ 22 SLB LaRoy Reynolds, Jr. .......11 ........ 11 WLB Ausar Walcott, Jr. ............11 ........ 11 CB Chase Minnifield, Sr. ......12 ........ 15 CB Devin Wallace, Jr ..............7 .......... 7 SS Rodney McLeod, Sr.. ........9 ........ 20 FS Corey Mosley, Sr. ..............8 ........ 21 SPECIALISTS (2) ...............2010 Career Pos. Name.........................Starts .. Starts P Jimmy Howell, Sr............12 ........ 35 PK Robert Randolph, Sr.. ......12 ........ 24

Starters Lost (5) OFFENSE (3) ......................2010 Career Pos. Name.........................Starts .. Starts WR Dontrelle Inman ..............11 ........ 24 G B.J. Cabbell .....................11 ........ 24 QB Marc Verica .....................12 ........ 22 DEFENSE (2) ......................2010 Career Pos. Name.........................Starts ..Starts DE Zane Parr .........................11 ........ 19 MLB Darnell Carter....................6 .......... 6 SPECIALISTS (0) ...............2010 Career Pos. Name.........................Starts .. Starts

Quick Facts

Location ........ Charlottesville, Va. 22904 Founded ..........................................1819 Enrollment ...................................20,399 President ..............Dr. Teresa A. Sullivan Director of Athletics .....Craig Littlepage Stadium ............................ Scott Stadium Capacity .......................................61,500 2010 Overall Record ..........................4-8 2010 ACC Record ..............................1-7 2010 ACC Finish ..... Tied for 5th in Coastal Division

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Virginia Cavaliers Lettermen Returning .....................43 Offensive Lettermen Returning....19 Defensive Lettermen Returning ...20 Specialists Lettermen Returning. ...4 Lettermen Lost ...............................19 Offensive Lettermen Lost ............11 Defensive Lettermen Lost ..............7 Specialists Lettermen Lost .............1

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning .................... .116 % Rushing Returning ................... .446 % Receiving Returning ................ .641 % Receiving Yards Returning ...... .589 % Scoring Returning .................... .566 % Kickoff Returns........................ .329 % Punt Returns............................1.000 % Tackles Returning .................... .615 % Turnovers Forced ..................... .938

Numbers & Notes

.893 - PK Robert Randolph has been a consistent placekicker throughout his career, but the Naples, Fla. senior is even better after the first month of the season. From Sept. 25 and later each year, Randolph has made 25 of 28 field goal attempts, an impressive .893 percentage. 4 - Virginia Offensive Tackle Morgan Moses is one of just four ACC true freshmen and eight nationally to start at offensive tackle in the NCAA’s FBS in 2010. The other three ACC true freshmen are Seantrel Henderson of Miami, James Hurst of North Carolina and Rob Crisp of NC State. Moses is also just the third Virginia player to start at offensive tackle as a true freshman. 6 - The number of 2010 pass interceptions for senior CB Chase Minnifield, who ranked 2nd in the ACC and tied for 5th nationally in pickoffs. With 10 career interceptions, Minnifield is tied for first among all returning players nationally. He was named to the preseason watch lists for both the Nagurski and Bednarik Awards, given annually to the nation’s top defender. 8 - Virginia will face eight opponents in 2011 who made appearances in post-season bowl games in 2010. 19 - Virginia returns the most starters of any ACC team with 19 returnees including eight on offense, nine on defense and both P Jimmy Howell and PK Robert Randolph. 22 - The number of career tackles for loss for Virginia senior DE Cam Johnson. Johnson ranks 5th among all active ACC defenders in career TFLs.

96 - Virginia senior WR Kris Burd heads into his

senior season having made 96 career receptions. Burd, from Matoaca, Va., is close to breaking into the career top 10 in career pass receptions in Virginia history. Former UVa standout Patrick Jeffers currently is in 10th place on UVa’s career list with 108 receptions.


Virginia Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ...........................................Rush..... Pass .... TDR....... Total 1. Shawn Moore (1987-90) ..........................1268..... 6629 .........83........7897 2. Matt Schaub (2000-03) ................................58..... 7502 .........61........7560 3. Scott Gardner (1972-75) ............................841..... 5218 .........46........6059 4. Jameel Sewell (2006-07, 09)......................646..... 5366 .........39........6012 5. Marques Hagans (2002-05)........................902..... 4877 .........38........5779 6. Aaron Brooks (1995-98) ............................547..... 5118 .........46........5665 7. Marc Verica (2007-10) ............................. -155..... 4992 .........23........4837 8. Don Majkowski (1983-86) .........................721..... 3901 .........34........4622 9. Mike Groh (1992-95) ...................................12..... 4366 .........36........4378 10. Dan Ellis (1997-00)......................................60..... 3974 .........30........4034

RUSHING ......................................................... Att......... TD ....... Avg......Yards 1.Thomas Jones (1996-99)...............................809.......... 36 ........4.94.......3998 2.Tiki Barber (1993-96) ...................................651.......... 31 ........5.21.......3389 3.Terry Kirby (1989-92) ..................................567.......... 24 ........5.90.......3348 4.John Papit (1947-50).....................................537.......... 27 ........6.03.......3238 5.Wali Lundy (2002-05) ..................................742.......... 43 ........4.30.......3193 6.Tommy Vigorito (1977-80) ...........................648.......... 15 ........4.50.......2913 7.Frank Quayle (1966-68) ...............................514.......... 28 ........5.24.......2695 8.Jim Bakhtiar (1955-57) .................................555.......... 13 ........4.39.......2434 9.Alvin Pearman (2001-04) .............................500.......... 19 ........4.79.......2394 10.Barry Word (1982-85)...................................405.......... 17 ........5.57.......2257

PASSING YARDAGE .................................. Comp-Att.... 1. Matt Schaub (2000-03) ......................... 716-1069.... 2. Shawn Moore (1987-90) ......................... 421-762.... 3. Jameel Sewell (2006-07, 09)................... 514-903.... 4. Scott Gardner (1972-75) ......................... 390-816.... 5. Aaron Brooks (1995-98) ......................... 357-651.... 6. Marc Verica (20007-10) .......................... 487-813.... 7. Marques Hagans (2002-05)..................... 408-655.... 8. Mike Groh (1992-95) .............................. 339-582.... 9. Dan Ellis (1997-00)................................. 291-507.... 10. Don Majkowski (1983-86) ...................... 286-579....

Pct. .... TD .... Yards .669 ......56....... 7502 .552 ......55....... 6629 .569 ......24....... 5366 .477 ......33....... 5218 .548 ......33....... 5118 .599 ......22....... 4992 .622 ......27....... 4877 .582 ......29....... 4366 .573 ......28....... 3974 .493 ......22....... 3901

RECEPTIONS...............................................Yards......... TD ...... Avg. .....Rec. 1. Billy McMullen (1999-02) ....................2978........... 24 ..... 14.18 ...... 210 2. Heath Miller (2002-04) ..........................1703........... 20 ..... 11.83 ...... 144 3. Alvin Pearman (2001-04) ......................1396............. 8 ..... 10.12 ...... 138 4. John Ford (1984, 1986-88) ....................2399........... 20 ..... 18.74 ...... 128 5. Germane Crowell (1994-97) ..................2142........... 19 ..... 17.56 ...... 122 6. Dave Sullivan (1970-72)........................1578........... 12 ..... 13.15 ...... 120 7. Kevin Ogletree (2005-06, 08) ................1332............. 9 ..... 11.38 ...... 117 8. Herman Moore (1988-90) ......................2504........... 27 ..... 21.96 ...... 114 Wali Lundy (2002-05 ...............................895............. 9 ....... 7.85 ...... 114 10. Patrick Jeffers (1992-95) .......................1785........... 15 ..... 16.53 ...... 108

RECEIVING YARDAGE ......................................Rec. ..... TD ..... Avg. ..Yards 1. Billy McMullen (1999-02) ............................. 210 ....... 24 .... 14.18 ....2978 2. Herman Moore (1988-90) .............................. 114 ....... 27 .... 21.96 ....2504 3. John Ford (1984, 1986-88) ............................ 128 ....... 20 .... 18.74 ....2399 4. Tyrone Davis (1991-94) ................................. 103 ....... 28 .... 20.90 ....2153 5. Germane Crowell (1994-97) .......................... 122 ....... 19 .... 17.56 ....2142 6. Patrick Jeffers (1992-95)................................ 108 ....... 15 .... 16.53 ....1785 7. Heath Miller (2002-04) .................................. 144 ....... 20 .... 11.83 ....1703 8. Dave Sullivan (1970-72) ................................ 120 ....... 12 .... 13.15 ....1578 9. Bruce McGonnigal (1987-90) ........................ 103 ....... 12 .... 15.11 ....1556 10. Terrence Wilkins (1995-98) ............................. 97 ......... 5 .... 15.41 ....1495

SCORING Points 1. Connor Hughes (2002-05) .................................................................. 332 2. Wali Lundy (2002-05) ........................................................................ 312 3. Gene Mayer (1912-15) ....................................................................... 293 4. Rafael Garcia (1993-96) ..................................................................... 272 5. Thomas Jones (1996-99)..................................................................... 240 6. Frank Quayle (1966-68) ..................................................................... 210 Tiki Barber (1993-96) ......................................................................... 210 8. Kenny Stadlin (1983-85) .................................................................... 204 9. Wayne Morrison (1979-82) ................................................................ 193 10. Terry Kirby (1989-92) ........................................................................ 192

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes player was redshirted

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Name ..........................Pos. Oday Aboushi .............. OT Mike Ahunamba ......... ILB Pablo Alvarez................ FS Sheldon Anderson......... SS Diamonte Bailey .......... DE LoVanté Battle .............. SS Blake Blaze...................TE Luke Bowanko ............OG Landon Bradley ........... OT Chris Brathwaite .......... DT Chris Broadnax ............ CB Thompson Brown ........ DE Ross Burbank .............. OL Kris Burd .................... WR Rob Burns .................... DE Adam Caplinger ........OLB Sean Cascarano............ OT Ryan Cobb ....................FB Henry Coley ............... ILB Matt Conrath................ DT Andrew Cordasco ........TE Vincent Croce .............. DE Billy Cuffee .................OG Tim Cwalina ................ OT Terence Fells-Danzer ....FB Conner Davis ............... OT David Dean .................. DT Jeremy Dollin ...............TE Cameron Fitch ............ DE Matt Fortin ....................LS Paul Freedman ..............TE Greg Gallop ................. DT Adrian Gamble ........... WR Miles Gooch ............... WR Jon Goss ........................C Kevin Green...............ATH Steve Greer ................. ILB Trevor Grywatch........OLB Anthony Harris ............ DB D.J. Hill ....................... LB Will Hill ....................... DT Chris Hinkebein ........... PK Jacob Hodges .....HLD/WR Drequan Hoskey .......... CB Jimmy Howell ................ P Drew Jarrett ................. PK Nick Jenkins ................ DT Darius Jennings .......... WR Cam Johnson ............... DE Kelby Johnson ............. OT Marco Jones ................. DE Perry Jones .................. TB Dom Joseph ................. CB Ray Keys .................... WR Nick Koutris ................ OT Kyrrel Latimer ............. DB Stephen Lawe .............. DE Darius Lee ................... LB Kameron Mack ............ DB John Maghamez ..............C David Marrs .................. SS

Ht. 6-6 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-4 6-6 6-7 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-7 6-1 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-7 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-7 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-6 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-7 6-3 5-8 6-1 6-1 6-6 5-10 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-0

Wt. 295 220 185 210 225 200 215 285 280 275 205 230 290 195 230 210 275 220 235 270 220 250 320 295 240 295 285 210 255 190 255 295 180 215 255 205 230 215 185 210 265 195 190 163 240 180 275 175 265 285 250 185 195 205 250 200 250 205 200 275 190

2011 Alphabetical Roster

Cl. ....................... Hometown Jr. ............. Staten Island, N.Y. So.-R ...................Bronx, N.Y. Fr.-R ..........Coral Gables, Fla. Jr.-R ...............Lynchburg, Va. Fr. ................... Hermitage, Va. Jr. ..................... Hampton, Va. Fr.-R .......... Barnstable, Mass. So.-R ....................Clifton, Va. Sr.-R ................. Conway, S.C. Fr.-R ...............Brooklyn, N.Y. Jr.-R ............ Chesterfield, Va. Fr. ................... Richmond, Va. Fr. ............Virginia Beach, Va. Sr.-R .................. Matoaca, Va. Fr. ...................... Ashburn, Va. Fr.-R ................Broadway, Va. So._R ............... Glenview, Ill. Fr.-R .......... Saddle River, N.J. Fr.-R ........Virginia Beach, Va. Sr.-R ................Oak Lawn, Ill. Fr.-R .......... Williamsburg, Va. Fr. ......................... Olney, Md. Sr.-R .............Chesapeake, Va. Fr. ....................Pittsburgh, Pa. Sr.-R ................. Culpeper, Va. Fr.-R ................... Henrico, Va. Fr. ............Virginia Beach, Va. Fr.-R ............ Cincinnati, Ohio Fr.-R .............Chesapeake, Va. Fr.-R ........... West Chester, Pa. Jr. ........... Belleair Beach, Fla. Fr.-R .....................Chester Va. Fr. ...................Charlotte, N.C. Fr.-R ...................Decatur, Ga. Fr.-R ................ Montclair, Va. Fr. ...................Petersburg, Va. Jr.-R ....................Solon, Ohio Sr. ...................... Ashburn, Va. Fr. ................ Chesterfield, Va. Fr. .................. Covington, Ga. Jr. .............. Williamsburg, Va. Sr.-R ...............Charlotte, N.C. Sr. .......................Stafford, Va. Fr.-R ............... Richmond, Va. Sr. .................... Florence, S.C. So.-R .......Virginia Beach, Va. Sr.-R ...........Westminster, Md. Fr. .................. Baltimore, Md. Sr. ...................Greenbelt, Md. Fr. .................Hyattsville, Md. Fr. .................. Baltimore, Md. Jr. .................Chesapeake, Va. Sr.-R ............ Philadelphia, Pa. Sr. ..............Rocky Mount, Va. Fr.-R ....................Oakhill, Va. Fr. .................Hyattsville, Md. Fr.-R ................... Norfolk, Va. Fr. .................. Alexandria, Va. Fr. ................. Portsmouth, Va. Jr.-R .................. Ashburn, Va. Fr.-R ................. Bluefield, Va.

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Name ..........................Pos. Jeremy Martin............... FS Jeremiah Mathis............TE Connor McCartin ......... DE Kyle McCartin ..............TE Jake McGee ..................TE Rodney McLeod ........... SS Ross Metheny .............. QB Matt Mihalik ................OG Anthony Mihota .............C Max Milien ...................FB Chase Minnifield ......... CB Brendan Morgan ......... WR Morgan Moses ............. OT Corey Mosley ............... FS Demetrious Nicholson . DB Brian Oden ................... FS Kevin Parks ................. TB Austin Pasztor..............OG Brandon Phelps............ DB Colter Phillips ...............TE Johnny Pickett ............ WR Mike Price ......................C Robert Randolph.......... PK Justin Renfrow ............. DT LaRoy Reynolds ........OLB Colby Rhodes ............. WR Clifton Richardson ...... RB Michael Rocco ............. QB Daquan Romero .........OLB Kevin Royal ................ WR Buddy Ruff .................. DT Bill Schautz ................. DE Earl “EJ” Scott............ WR Ryan Shaw ....................TE Khalek Shepherd ......... TB Billy Skrobacz ..............FB Bobby Smith ............... WR Tim Smith ................... WR Tyler Smith .................. DT Jake Snyder.................. DE Matt Snyder ................ WR Michael Strauss ........... QB Zachary Swanson..........TE Aaron Taliaferro ........OLB Caleb Taylor ................ LB Dominique Terrell......ATH Michael Terrell .............LS Mason Thomas ............ DB Eric Thornton.............. WR Brent Urban ................. DE James Valeiras ............ WR Alec Vozenilek ............ PK Zach Vrhovac............... TB Ausar Walcott .............. DE Rijo Walker .................. CB Cody Wallace ...............OG Devin Wallace.............. CB David Watford ............. QB Jay Whitmire ............... OT Joseph Williams ........... CB Tucker Windle ...........OLB

Ht. 5-7 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-7 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-6 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-8 6-7 6-0 6-6 5-11 6-5 5-10 6-6 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-4 5-8 5-9 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-7 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-6 5-10 6-3

Wt. 175 255 220 210 210 180 200 295 280 215 185 180 350 205 170 190 195 320 175 250 160 270 165 280 220 160 195 210 212 215 310 250 180 225 175 210 205 185 280 255 205 210 225 225 225 170 215 200 205 290 190 180 170 230 185 275 205 180 290 180 225

Cl. ....................... Hometown Sr.-R ........Newport News, Va. So.-R ................... Bowie, Md. Jr. ................... Warrenton, Va. Jr.-R ............... Warrenton, Va. Fr.-R ............... Richmond, Va. Sr. .................. Oxon Hill, Md. So.-R .........Stephens City, Va. Jr.-R .......... Middlefield, Ohio Sr.-R ........Fredericksburg, Va. Sr.-R ................ Arlington, Va. Sr.-R ............... Lexington, Ky. Fr.-R ................. Toronto, Ont. So. .................. Richmond, Va. Sr.-R ............... Richmond, Va. Fr. ............Virginia Beach, Va. Jr.-R ............. Purcellville, Va. Fr.-R ...............Salisbury, N.C. Sr. ................Langton, Ontario Fr.-R .............. Damascus, Md. Jr. ............... Darnestown, Md. Jr.-R .............. Centreville, Va. Jr.-R .............Chesapeake, Va. Sr. ........................Naples, Fla. So.-R ............. Morrisville, Pa. Jr. ....................... Norfolk, Va. So.-R .....................Forest, Va. Fr. ............Newport News, Va. So.-R ..............Lynchburg, Va. Fr. ..................... Hampton, Va. So.-R .............. Newburg, N.Y. Jr.-R ................... Norfolk, Va. Jr.-R ............ Bloomfield, N.J. Fr.-R ........... Ellicott City, Md. Jr.-R ................Berryville, Va. Fr.-R .... Upper Marlboro, Md. So.-R .............. Richmond, Va. So.-R .............. Richmond, Va. So.-R ............Chesapeake, Va. Fr.-R ........Virginia Beach, Va. So.-R ............. Glen Allen, Va. Sr.-R .............. Glen Allen, Va. Fr.-R .........Key Biscayne, Fla. Fr.-R .................... Katy, Texas Sr.-R ...............Gloucester, Va. Fr. ..................... Hampton, Va. Fr.-R ................ Manassas, Va. Jr. ................. Portsmouth, Va. Fr. ............Virginia Beach, Va. Jr.-R ............... Richmond, Va. So.-R ......... Mississauga, Ont. Fr.-R .............. Great Falls, Va. Fr.-R ............... Richmond, Va. Jr. ............ Charlottesville, Va. Jr.-R ........... Hackensack, N.J. So. .................... Hampton, Va. Fr.-R .......... Moorestown, N.J. Jr.-R ....Fort Washington, Md. Fr. ..................... Hampton, Va. Fr. .................. Alexandria, Va. Jr.-R ................... Sterling, Va. Jr. ...................Charlotte, N.C.


Virginia Coaches and Records Mike London Head Coach

Virginia Coaches and Recordss

(Richmond ‘83) Record at Virginia: 4-8 (.333), 1 Year Overall: 28-13 (.682), 3 Years Born: October 9, 1960 M Mike London begins his second season as tthe head coach at Virginia after leading the Cavaliers to a 4-8 record and a 1-7 mark C iin the first year of his rebuilding program. One of the Cavaliers four wins, though, O was a 24-19 upset of 22nd-ranked Miami w aand three of UVa’s losses were by seven or ffewer points, including a three-point defeat at 116th-ranked Southern California. London was named UVa’s 39th head football coach on December 7, 2009 after spending two seasons guiding the Richmond Spiders to the 2008 FCS NCAA National Championship and to the quarterfinals of the 2009 FCS NCAA Playoffs. In his two seasons as head coach at his alma mater, he led the Spiders to a 24-5 overall record (.828). His first year at the helm, his team went 13-3 and won the Football Championship Series national title. His second Spider team ranked nine consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the FCS polls, and posted an 11-2 record. His teams were 13-4 in the Colonial Athletic Association during the 2008 and 2009 campaigns. London’s efforts in 2008 earned him FCS National Coach of the Year honors from both the American Football Coaches Association and Schutt Sports/American Football Monthly magazine. London was also honored as the Black Coaches Association Male Coach of the Year in 2008, beating out Mike Tomlin of the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers for the award. This is actually London’s third tour of duty at Virginia. He served as an assistant coach to former head coach Al Groh twice previously; as Virginia’s defensive coordinator (2006-07) and as its defensive line coach (2001-04), adding the duties of recruiting coordinator during the 2002-04 seasons. During his tenure with the Cavaliers, he saw five defensive players (Chris Long, Marcus Hamilton, Chris Canty, Andrew Hoffman and Monsanto Pope) drafted by NFL teams. London began his 23-year career in coaching at Richmond (1988-89), and has also worked at William & Mary (1990-93) and Boston College (1997-2000) at the collegiate level as well as a year in the NFL with the Houston Texans (2005). A native of Hampton, Va., London played defensive back at Richmond from 1979-82. Under head coach Dal Shealy, he led the Spiders with six interceptions as a senior captain in 1982. In addition to earning all-state honors, he was chosen the team’s MVP and received the Spiders’ Coaches Award. London graduated from Richmond in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a year later received a degree in law enforcement from the Richmond Police Academy, serving as a detective for the street crimes unit from November of 1984 to July of 1989. London and his wife Regina have seven children, Michael, Jr., Brandon, Kristen, Ticynn, Korben, Jaicyn and Madicyn. The 50-year-old London was born in West Point, N.Y. in 1960. His son, Brandon, led Massachusetts in receiving in 2006 and finished his career as the school’s second-leading receiver. He was signed to the Miami Dolphins active roster in 2008 after spending the 2007 season on the Super Bowl Champion N.Y. Giants practice squad. One of London’s daughters, Kristen, played on the UVa women’s basketball team during the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons. His younger brother, Paul, was a defensive back at UVa from 1991-95.

London by the Numbers Year School ....... AP/.USA.. ACC Finish .........All ... Pct. 2008 Richmond ............................................ 13-3-0 ....812 2009 Richmond ............................................ 11-2-0 ... 846 2010 Virginia........................... 1-7 T5thC ..... 4-8-0 ....333 Virginia: 1 year...................... 1-7 .(.125) ..... 4-8-0 ... 333 Richmond: 2 yrs .......................................... 24-5-0 .. .828 Overall Record: 3 yrs.....................(.828) . 28-13-0 .. .682 Versus ACC Schools: vs. Boston College ...........0-1 vs. Duke ...........................1-1 vs. Florida State ...............0-1 vs, Georgia Tech ..............0-1 vs. Maryland ....................0-1 vs. Miami .........................1-0 vs. North Carolina............0-1 vs. Virginia .......................0-1 vs. Virginia Tech ..............0-1

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OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS Head Coach Years W L John Poe ....................(2) 1893-1894 16 5 Harry Mackey ............(1) 1895 9 2 Martin Bergen............(2) 1896-1897 13 4 Joseph Massie ............(1) 1898 6 5 Archie Hoxton ...........(2) 1899-1900 11 5 Wesley Abbott ...........(1) 1901 8 2 John DeSaulles ..........(1) 1902 8 1 Gresham Poe..............(1) 1903 7 2 Foster Sanford ...........(1) 1904 6 3 William Cole..............(2) 1905-1906 12 6 Hammond Johnson ....(1) 1907 6 3 Merritt Cooke ............(1) 1908 7 0 John Neff ...................(1) 1909 7 1 Charles Crawford ......(1) 1910 6 2 Kemper Yancey .........(1) 1911 8 2 John Elliott ................(1) 1912 6 3 Rice Warren ...............(3) 1913, 20-21 17 7 Joseph Wood ..............(1) 1914 8 1 Harry Varner ..............(1) 1915 8 1 Peyton Evans .............(1) 1916 4 5 Harris Coleman..........(1) 1919 2 5 Thomas Campbell......(1) 1922 4 4 Earle Neale ................(6) 1923-1928 28 22 Earl Abell ...................(2) 1929-1930 8 9 Fred Dawson..............(3) 1931-1933 8 17 Gus Tebell ..................(3) 1934-1936 6 18 Frank Murray .............(9) 1937-1945 41 34 Art Guepe ..................(7) 1946-1952 47 17 Ned McDonald ..........(3) 1953-1955 5 23 Ben Martin .................(2) 1956-1957 7 12 Dick Voris (3) 1958-1960 1 29 Bill Elias ....................(4) 1961-1964 16 23 George Blackburn......(6) 1965-1970 29 32 Don Lawrence ...........(3) 1971-1973 11 22 Sonny Randle ............(2) 1974-1975 5 17 Dick Bestwick ...........(6) 1976-1981 16 49 George Welsh ..........(19) 1982-2000 134 86 Al Groh ......................(9) 2001-2009 59 53 Mike London .............(1) 20104 8

T 0 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 5 2 4 4 5 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0

Pct .762 .818 .725 .546 .658 .800 .850 .750 .667 .650 .650 .938 .875 .750 .800 .667 .692 .889 .889 .444 .333 .500 .555 .474 .345 .286 .544 .727 .179 .375 .033 .413 .475 .333 .227 .246 .608 .527 .333

L 51 36 11 23 8 18 29 7 10 16 6

T 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .622 .500 .353 .343 .273 .196 .171 .125 .091 .059 .000

T 0 0

Pct .333 .600

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Head Coach .................. Years George Welsh ..........(19) 1982-2000 Al Groh ......................(9) 2001-2009 Don Lawrence ...........(3) 1971-1973 George Blackburn......(6) 1965-1970 Ben Martin .................(2) 1956-1957 Bill Elias ....................(4) 1961-1964 Dick Bestwick ...........(6) 1976-1981 Mike London .............(1) 2010Sonny Randle ............(2) 1974-1975 Dick Voris ..................(3) 1958-1960 Ned McDonald ..........(3) 1953-1955 (Based on Winning Percentage)

W 85 36 6 12 3 4 6 1 1 1 0

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach ................. Bowls W L George Welsh....................(12) 4 8 Al Groh ...............................(5) 3 2 (Based on Appearances)

Cavaliers Assistant Coaches Vincent Brown (Mississippi Valley St ‘87)....................................................Linebackers Mike Faragalli (Rhode Island ‘79) ........................................................Running Backs Jeff Hanson (Richmond ‘72) ..............................................Recruiting Coordinator/DL Bill Lazor (Cornell ‘94) ................................................... Offensive Coordinator, QBs Shawn Moore (Virginia ‘90) ................................................................Wide Receivers Anthony Poindexter (Virginia ’99) ............................. Special Teams Coord./Safeties Jim Reid (Maine ‘73) ..................................... Associate Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator Scott Wachenheim (Air Force ‘84) ..............................................................Tight Ends Chip West (Livingstone ‘93) .....................................................................Cornerbacks

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Virginia 2010 Statistics 2010 Virginia Results (4-8, 1-7 ACC) Date...... Result ...Opponent

Att.

S4 .........W, 34-13....Richmond 54,146 S11 ........L, 14-17....at Southern California 81,375 S25 .........W, 48-7....VMI 43,592 O2..........L, 14-34....Florida State 47,096 O9..........L, 21-33....at Georgia Tech 48,016 O16........L, 10-44....North Carolina 50,830 O23.......W, 48-21....Eastern Michigan 37,386 O30.......W, 24-19....Miami 39,528 N6..........L, 48-55....at Duke 22,741 N13........L, 23-42....Maryland 45,634 N20........L, 13-17....at Boston College 39,263 N27.........L, 7-37....at Virginia Tech 66,233

TEAM STATISTICS.............UVa. OPP SCORING ................................. 304 339 Points Per Game..................... 25.3 28.2 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 255 233 Rushing ..................................... 92 115 Passing .................................... 145 93 Penalty....................................... 18 25 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1672 2444 Yards gained rushing ............. 1900 2720 Yards lost rushing .................... 228 276 Rushing Attempts .................... 419 480 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.0 5.1 Average Per Game................ 139.3 203.7 TDs Rushing ............................. 17 28 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 3186 2309 Comp-Att-Int...............262-443-17 172-304-11 Average Per Pass ...................... 7.2 7.6 Average Per Catch .................. 12.2 13.4 Average Per Game................ 265.5 192.4 TDs Passing............................... 20 14 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 4858 4753 Total Plays ............................... 862 784 Average Per Play ...................... 5.6 6.1 Average Per Game................ 404.8 396.1 KICK RETURNS............... 51-1107 40-864 PUNT RETURNS ................ 20-133 18-160 INT RETURNS .................... 11-165 17-221 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 21.7 21.6 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 6.7 8.9 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 15.0 13.0 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 19-6 13-5 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 98-880 87-748 Average Per Game.................. 73.3 62.3 PUNTS-Yards .................... 50-2098 59-2469 Average Per Punt .................... 42.0 41.8 Net punt average .................... 37.6 36.9 TOP/Game ............................ 30:07 29:53 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 64/172 69/166 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 37% 42% 4TH-DOWN Conv. ................ 16/28 8/13 4th-Down Pct ......................... 57% 62% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 19-131 23-147 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 39 43 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 11-18 14-17 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-2 2-2 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 39-49 43-48 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 30-49 30-48 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 37-37 37-39 ATTENDANCE .................. 318212 257628 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/45459 5/51526 Neutral Site Games .................. 0/0 0/0

UVa. Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | AP USA AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO -

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16 22 13

22 14

205 150 125 25 137 151 181 185 226 92 125 70

283 190 341 279 239 184 270 176 417 290 296 221

488 340 466 304 376 335 451 361 643 382 421 291

24-35-0 17-36-1 24-34-1 21-39-2 18-31-0 18-34-5 20-34-0 19-27-1 24-46-3 27-48-2 34-53-1 16-26-1

RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Keith Payne ................160 749 14 49 4.7 Perry Jones .................137 646 1 42 4.7 Raynard Horne .............34 149 0 26 4.4 Torrey Mack .................19 72 0 14 3.8 Max Milien.....................4 45 1 37 11.2 Terence Fells-Danzer .....6 21 0 12 3.5 Robert Randolph ............1 20 1 20 20.0 Tim Smith ......................1 16 0 16 16.0 Kris Burd........................3 7 0 6 2.3 Dominique Wallace ........2 5 0 3 2.5 Connor Miles .................1 4 0 4 4.0 Waddey,C .......................2 -1 0 1 -0.5 TEAM ............................2 -4 0 0 -2.0 Ross Metheny.................5 -10 0 7 -2.0 Marc Verica ..................42 -47 0 18 -1.1 Total.......... .................419 1672 17 49 4.0 Opponents...... ...........480 2444 28 70 5.1 PASSING........Cmp. Marc Verica ........ 233 Michael Rocco ..... 13 Ross Metheny....... 13 TEAM .................... 0 Jimmy Howell ........ 2 Jacob Hodges ......... 1 Total.......... ......... 262 Opponents...... ... 172

Att. 396 25 17 2 2 1 443 304

Int. Pct. 14 58.8 2 52.0 1 76.5 0 0.0 0100.0 0100.0 17 59.1 11 56.6

TD 14 1 3 0 1 1 20 14

Yds. 2799 143 171 0 57 16 3186 2309

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Kris Burd.................. 58 799 5 76 13.8 Dontrelle Inman ....... 51 815 3 52 16.0 Perry Jones ............... 31 224 1 30 7.2 Matt Snyder.............. 30 393 0 40 13.1 Colter Phillips .......... 18 155 3 17 8.6 Keith Payne .............. 12 131 2 19 10.9 Joe Torchia ................. 9 113 0 25 12.6 Raynard Horne ........... 9 72 0 14 8.0 Paul Freedman ........... 8 98 1 24 12.2 Jared Green ................ 8 95 1 20 11.9 Max Milien................. 8 75 0 19 9.4 Torrey Mack ............... 4 29 0 15 7.2 Terence Fells-Danzer . 4 23 2 16 5.8 Ray Keys .................... 3 53 0 28 17.7 Tim Smith .................. 3 28 0 11 9.3 E.J. Scott .................... 3 11 1 8 3.7 Trey Womack ............. 1 56 1 56 56.0 Brendan Lane ............. 1 14 0 14 14.0 Billy Skrobacz............ 1 2 0 2 2.0 Total.......... ............. 262 3186 20 76 12.2 Opponents...... ....... 172 2309 14 81 13.4 PUNTING ............. No. Jimmy Howell .......... 49 Robert Randolph ........ 1 Total.......... ............... 50 Opponents...... ......... 59

Yds. 2066 32 2098 2469

Lg. Blk. Avg. 58 0 42.2 32 0 32.0 58 0 42.0 66 0 41.8

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Chase Minnifield...........13 84 0 20 6.5 Perry Jones ......................6 45 0 19 7.5 Kris Burd.........................1 4 0 4 4.0 Total.......... ....................20 133 0 20 6.7 Opponents...... ..............18 160 0 39 8.9

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1 1 3 2 1 5 1 2 3 2 1 1

144 127 46 256 477 140 290 179 230 136 218 201

189 202 133 172 59 339 64 269 259 289 152 182

333 329 179 428 536 479 354 448 489 425 370 383

19-33-1 20-35-0 11-21-2 17-29-0 3-6-1 18-23-0 7-13-1 18-42-5 18-31-0 17-28-0 10-19-1 14-24-0

1 1 2 1 2 1 1 5 1 0 1 0

KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Raynard Horne ......... 23 573 1 87 24.9 Perry Jones ............... 12 191 0 31 15.9 Torrey Mack ............... 7 138 0 25 19.7 Terence Fells-Danzer . 2 70 1 70 35.0 TEAM ........................ 1 0 0 0 0.0 Brian Oden ................. 1 0 0 0 0.0 Joe Torchia ................. 1 10 0 10 10.0 Steve Greer................. 1 15 0 15 15.0 Kris Burd.................... 1 74 0 47 74.0 Corey Mosley ............. 1 14 0 14 14.0 Keith Payne ................ 1 22 0 22 22.0 Total.......... ............... 51 1107 2 87 21.7 Opponents...... ......... 40 864 0 50 21.6 SCORING ...................TD Keith Payne ................... 16 Robert Randolph ............. 1 Kris Burd......................... 5 Terence Fells-Danzer ...... 3 Colter Phillips ................. 3 Dontrelle Inman .............. 3 Perry Jones ...................... 2 Jared Green ..................... 1 E.J. Scott ......................... 1 Trey Womack .................. 1 Paul Freedman ................ 1 Raynard Horne ................ 1 Max Milien...................... 1 Chris Hinkebein .............. 0 Jacob Hodges .................. 0 Marc Verica ..................... 0 Total.......... .................... 39 Opponents...... .............. 43

FGs PAT 0 0 10 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 37 14 37

TACKLES ....................... Solo LaRoy Reynolds...................24 Steve Greer...........................18 Ausar Walcott .......................24 Rodney McLeod...................25 Cam Johnson ........................30 Darnell Carter.......................16 Corey Mosley .......................24 Zane Parr ..............................18 Chase Minnifield..................34 Nick Jenkins .........................12 Devin Wallace ......................26 Matt Conrath ........................21 Aaron Taliaferro ...................17 John-Kevin Dolce ................13 Dom Joseph..........................19 Mike Parker..........................20 Trey Womack .......................16 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Chase Minnifield............. 6 Corey Mosley .................. 2 Rodney McLeod.............. 2 Darnell Carter.................. 1 Total.......... .................... 11 Opponents...... .............. 17

Yds. 80 69 16 0 165 221

Ast. 42 41 32 29 23 36 28 30 14 31 12 15 19 22 15 12 12 TD 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pts. 96 73 30 18 18 18 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 3 0 0 304 339 Tot. 66 59 56 54 53 52 52 48 48 43 38 36 36 35 34 32 28 Lg. 65 44 16 0 65 70


Virginia Tech Hokies 2011 Virginia Tech Schedule Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 26

Series ...Series Last Opponent .................................Record ...Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ......................Site Appalachian State (ACC Network), 12:30 pm ... 3-0-0 ...1979 ....1982, hW 34-0 ....Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. at East Carolina (FSN), TBA ......11-5-0 ...1956 ....2010, hW 49-27 ..Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium (43,000) .Greenville, N.C. Arkansas State (RSN), 4 pm ............3-0-0 ...1994 ....2002, hW 63-7 ....Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. at Marshall ....................................8-2-0 ...1913 ....2009, hW 52-10 ..Joan C. Edwards Stadium (38,019)...Huntington, W.Va. Clemson ....................................12-17-1 ...1900 ....2007, aW 41-23...Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. Miami ........................................11-17-0 ...1953 ....2010, aW31-17 ...Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. at Wake Forest...........................23-11-1 ...1916 ....2010, hW 52-21 ..BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. Boston College.............................13-6-0 ...1993 ....2010, aW 19-0.....Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. at Duke ........................................11-7-0 ...1937 ....2010, hW 44-7 ....Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...Durham, N.C. at Georgia Tech (ESPN), 8 pm ........5-3-0 ...1990 ....2010, hW 28-21 ..Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000)......Atlanta, Ga. North Carolina (ESPN), 8 pm .....17-10-6 ...1895 ....2010, aW 26-10...Lane Stadium (66,233) ..................Blacksburg, Va. at Virginia..................................50-37-5 ...1895 ....2010, hW 37-7 ....Scott Stadium (61,500) ..................Charlottesville, Va. 2010 In Review

Frank Beamer’s 24th season as a head coach at his alma mater, Virginia Tech, saw the Hokies rebound from an 0-2 start with 11 straight wins and the school’s fourth ACC Football Championship in its seven years in the Conference...Tech finished 11-3 overall, 8-0 in the ACC--the first team to go unbeaten in ACC play since the 2000 Florida State national runners-up--and finished ranked 16th nationally (AP)...Tech became the first team in NCAA FBS history to win 11 straight games after losing its first two contests... For his efforts, Beamer was named the first winner of the Joe Paterno Award, which is given annually to the nation’s top football coach, by the Maxwell Football Club...QB Tyrod Taylor was named ACC Player of the Year and MVP of the ACC Football Championship Game after leading the ACC in passing efficiency for the 2nd straight season...Taylor threw for 24 TD passes with only 5 interceptions and was a 3rd-team All-America...CB Jayron Hosley led the nation in pass interceptions (9) and was named a first-team Walter Camp All-America...Taylor, Hosley and PK Chris Hazley, who led the nation in field goal percentage (21-22 FGs, .955) were all named first-team All-ACC...T Blake DeChristopher, G Jaymes Brooks, DE Steven Friday, DT John Graves, LB Bruce Taylor, S Davon Morgan, P Brian Saunders and SP David Wilson all earned 2nd-team All-ACC honors...TE Andre Smith and C Beau Warren were each named Honorable Mention All-ACC...DE J. R. Collins was named a 2nd-team Freshman All-America.

Who’s Gone

The Hokies lose 12 starters with five of them on the offensive side led by QB Tyrod Taylor...Taylor completed his career as Tech’s all-time leader in passing yardage (7,017) and total offense (9,213) and was third in ACC history in rushing yardage by a quarterback (2,196)... Also missing from the offense will be C Beau Warren, TE Andre Smith, FB Kenny Younger and TBs Darren Evans, Tech’s leading rusher (854 yards), and RB Ryan Williams, both early entries into the NFL Draft ...Defensively, Tech loses DE Steven Friday, DT John Graves, LB Lyndell Gibson, CB Rashad Carmichael and ROV Davon Morgan...The Hokies also will be without PK Chris Hazley, who ended the year with a string of 21 consecutive made field goals, and P Brian Saunders, who finished 2nd in the ACC in punting (43.98).

2011 Preview

Beamer welcomes the return of 43 lettermen and 12 starters, including six each on offense and defense... Talented 6-6, 245-pound sophomore QB Logan Thomas ended spring practice as the heir apparent to Taylor with junior QB Ju-Ju Clayton and redshirt freshman Mark Leal as the backups...Thomas has excellent size and a strong arm and completed 46 percent of his passes in limited playing time in 2010... Junior RB David Wilson will step into a starting role after rushing for 619 yards and a 5.5 average a year ago, earning 2nd-team All-ACC honors as a kickoff returner, with a 26.5 average and 2 TDs...RBs Josh Oglesby, Tony Gregory and converted ROV James Hopper provide depth... Tech’s wide receiver corps is both deep and talented with starting WR’s Jarrett Boykin (53 catches, 16.0 avg.) and Danny Coale (39 catches, 18.8 avg.) both returning and are joined by Dyrell Roberts, Marcus Davis, D.J. Coles and redshirt freshman E.L. Smiling...Another strength of the offense should be the line, where four starters return in Ts Blake DeChristopher and Andrew Lanier and Gs Jaymes Brooks and Greg Nosal...Coordinator Bud Foster’s defense will also have some holes to plug, but not as many as a year ago....Up front Tech feels secure enough to move starting DE Chris Drager back to offense, where he will start at TE...Last year’s reserve DEs are this year’s starters in J.R. Collins (5 sacks) and James Gayle (4 sacks), they are joined by the brother DT combination of Antoine and Derrick Hopkins....At linebacker, Tech’s leading tackler returns in junior Bruce Taylor (91 tackles, 15.0 TFLs, 6 sacks), who will be an all-star candidate this fall... Sophomore Tariq Edwards heads into fall as the starter at the ‘Backer’ position, but will be pushed by Telvion Clark...Jeron Gouveia-Winslow maintained his hold during spring practice as the starter at the “Whip” linebacker position...All-America CB Jayron Hosley returns to the boundary corner position where he is a Jim Thorpe Award candidate... Sophomores FC Kyle Fuller and ROV Antone Exum are the likely starters, while FS Eddie Whitley returns to his starting berth... Replacing Hazley and Saunders will be no easy task, and the competition to do so will continue this fall.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (12)

OFFENSE (6) .................... 2010 ... Career Pos. Name .....................Starts .....Starts SE Danny Coale, Sr.. ......... 14 ........... 40 FL Jarrett Boykin, Sr. ........ 14 ........... 32 LT Andrew Lanier, Sr. ....... 14 ........... 15 Blake DeChristopher, Sr. 14 ........... 37 RT RG Jaymes Brooks, Sr. ....... 14 ........... 28 LG Greg Nosal, Sr. ............. 13 ........... 14 DEFENSE (6) .................... 2010 ... Career Pos. Name .....................Starts .....Starts DE Chris Drager, Sr. .......... 11 ........... 12 DT Antoine Hopkins, Jr. .... 12 ........... 12 ILB Bruce Taylor, Jr. ........... 14 ........... 14 WP Jeron Gouveia-Winslow, Jr. ..7 .............. 7 CB Jayron Hosley, Jr. .............13 ............ 13 FS Eddie Whitley, Sr. ............13 ............ 14 SPECIALISTS (0) ............. 2010 ... Career Pos. Name .....................Starts .....Starts

Starters Lost (12) OFFENSE (5) .................... 2010 ... Career Pos. Name .....................Starts .....Starts C Beau Warren................. 14 ........... 26 TE Andre Smith ................. 12 ........... 26 TB Darren Evans ................. 9 ........... 18 QB Tyrod Taylor................. 14 ........... 42 FB Kenny Younger .............. 6 ............. 6 DEFENSE (5) .................... 2010 ... Career Pos. Name .....................Starts .....Starts DE Steven Friday ............... 14 ........... 14 DT John Graves ................. 14 ........... 36 ILB Lyndell Gibson............. 13 ........... 18 CB Rashad Carmichael ...... 12 ........... 26 ROV Davon Morgan ............. 14 ........... 23 SPECIALISTS (2) ............. 2010 ... Career Pos. Name .....................Starts .....Starts PK Chris Hazley ................ 14 ........... 14 P Brian Saunders. ............ 14 ........... 14

Quick Facts

Location ................Blacksburg, Va. 24061 Founded ............................................1872 Enrollment .....................................31,000 President ................ Dr. Charles W. Steger Director of Athletics .............. Jim Weaver Stadium ...............................Lane Stadium Capacity .........................................66,233 2010 Overall Record ..........................11-3 2010 ACC Record ................................8-0 2010 ACC Finish .............. ACC Champions

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Virginia Tech Hokies Lettermen Returning .......................43 Offensive Lettermen Returning.....20 Defensive Lettermen Returning ....21 Specialists Lettermen Returning. ....2 Lettermen Lost ................................24 Offensive Lettermen Lost .............10 Defensive Lettermen Lost .............12 Specialists Lettermen Lost ..............2

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ..................... .039 % Rushing Returning .................... .285 % Receiving Returning ................. .765 % Receiving Yards Returning ....... .842 % Scoring Returning ..................... .350 % Kickoff Returns......................... .954 % Punt Returns............................ 1.000 % Tackles Returning ..................... .658 % Turnovers Forced ...................... .656

Numbers & Notes

1 - Virginia Tech All-America cornerback Jayron Hosley, a candidate for the 2011 Jim Thorpe Award, led the nation in pass interceptions per game (0.69) and finished 5th in passes defended per game (1.31). He also finished 19th nationally in punt return average (12.58). He was named to the preseason watch lists for both the Nagurski and Bednarik Awards. 1.36 - Virginia Tech led the nation in 2010 in turnover margin, averaging a positive 1.36 turnovers per game. 2 - Virginia Tech features two of the top five career returnees in the ACC in yards-per-catch. Senior Jarrett Boykin (17.26) ranks 3rd among all returning ACC receivers with 30 or more career catches while senior Danny Coale (16.7) ranks 5th. 3 - Although he was the third-string tailback for Virginia Tech in 2010, rising junior David Wilson still finished 3rd in the ACC in all-purpose yardage. Wilson ran for 619 yards on only 113 carries, a 5.5 average and 5 TDs. He also caught 15 passes for 234 yards and 4 more TDs. Finally, he led the ACC in kickoff returns, averaging 26.5 yards a return, including TD jaunts of 92 yards against NC State and 90 versus Georgia Tech. Wilson averaged 110.5 allpurpose yards per game. 4 - Senior T Blake DeChristopher is one of four starters returning to Virginia Tech’s offensive front in 2011. DeChristopher was named to the preseason watch list for the prestigious Outland Trophy. 5 - In each of the last five years, Virginia Tech has started a fifth-year senior placekicker. This quintet composed of Brandon Pace (2006), Jud Dunlevy (2007), Dustin Keys (2008), Matt Waldron (2009) and Chris Hazley (2010) has combined to make 103 of 119 field goals--an astounding .865 conversion percentage--while averaging 105 points per season. 7 - Virginia Tech is the only team in the country that has won at least 10 games in each of the past seven seasons. Since the beginning of the 2004 season, the Hokies have posted an overall record of 7321 (.777) including a 46-10 mark against ACC foes (.821) in regular season play.


Virginia Tech Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE ..............................................Rush...... Pass ...TDR .... Total 1. Tyrod Taylor (2007-10) ...............................2196...... 7017 ....... 67 .....9213 2. Bryan Randall (2001-04) ............................1526...... 6508 ....... 59 .....8034 3. Maurice DeShazo (1991-94) .........................385...... 5720 ....... 56 .....6105 4. Don Strock (1970-72) ................................. -138...... 6009 ....... 33 .....5871 5. Will Furrer (1988-91).................................. -133...... 5915 ....... 44 .....5782 6. Steve Casey (1978-81) ..................................688...... 4299 ....... 39 .....4987 7. Sean Glennon (2004-08) ............................. -172...... 4867 ....... 31 .....4695 8. Jim Druckenmiller (1993-96) .......................251...... 4383 ....... 34 .....4634 9. Michael Vick (1999-00) ..............................1202...... 3074 ....... 36 .....4276 10. Mark Cox (1981-85) .....................................364...... 3526 ....... 33 .....3890

RUSHING ............................................................. Att. .... TD ...... Avg.... Yards 1.Cyrus Lawrence (1979-82) ............................... 843 ...... 30 .......4.47..... 3767 2.Kevin Jones (2001-03) ...................................... 616 ...... 35 .......5.64..... 3475 3.Roscoe Coles (1974-77) ................................... 656 ...... 29 .......5.27..... 3459 4.Maurice Williams (1983-86)............................. 550 ...... 25 .......5.42..... 2981 5.Branden Ore (2005-07) ..................................... 617 ...... 31 .......4.50..... 2776 6.Lee Suggs (1999-02)......................................... 535 ...... 56 .......5.17..... 2767 7.Dwayne Thomas (1992-95) .............................. 576 ...... 25 .......4.68..... 2696 8.Ken Oxendine (1994-97) .................................. 526 ...... 27 .......5.03..... 2645 9.Eddie Hunter (1983-86) .................................... 466 ...... 22 .......5.41..... 2523 10.Phil Rogers (1973-75)....................................... 528 ...... 17 .......4.66..... 2461

PASSING YARDAGE ................................... Comp-Att.... 1. Tyrod Taylor (2007-10) ............................ 495-865.... 2. Bryan Randall (2001-04) ......................... 490-833.... 3. Don Strock (1970-72) .............................. 440-829.... 4. Will Furrer (1988-91)............................... 494-920.... 5. Maurice DeShazo (1991-94) .................... 397-745.... 6. Sean Glennon (2005-08) .......................... 386-656.... 7. Jim Druckenmiller (1993-96) .................. 313-582.... 8. Steve Casey (1978-81) ............................. 342-647.... 9. Mark Cox (1981-85) ................................ 281-518.... 10. Michael Vick (1999-00) ........................... 177-313....

Pct. .... TD ..Yards .572 ...... 44 ....7,017 .588 ...... 48 .....6508 .530 ...... 29 .....6009 .536 ...... 43 .....5915 .532 ...... 47 .....5720 .588 ...... 28 .....4867 .537 ...... 34 .....4383 .528 ...... 29 .....4299 .542 ...... 22 .....3526 .565 ...... 20 .....3074

RECEPTIONS................................................... Yards .... TD ...... Avg....... Rec. 1.Ernest Wilford (2000-03) ................................ 2052 ...... 11 .....16.29....... 126 2.Jarrett Boykin (2008-**) .............................. 2123 ...... 13 .....17.26....... 123 3.Josh Morgan (2004-07)................................... 1817 ...... 16 .....14.89....... 122 4.Antonio Freeman (1991-94) ........................... 2207 ...... 22 .....18.24....... 121 5.Eddie Royal (2004-07) ................................... 1778 ...... 12 .....14.94........119 6.Ricky Scales (1972-74)................................... 2272 ...... 18 .....20.11........113 7.Danny Coale (2008-**) ................................. 1754 ........ 8 .....16.70....... 105 8.Andre Davis (1998-01) ................................... 1986 ...... 18 .....19.28....... 103 Mike Giacolone (1979-82) ............................. 1384 ...... 10 .....13.44....... 103 10.Myron Richardson (1986-89) ......................... 1541 ........ 9 .....15.41....... 100

RECEIVING YARDAGE ......................................Rec. ...... TD ..... Avg...Yards 1. Ricky Scales (1972-74) ..................................... 113 ........ 18 ....20.11....2272 2. Jarrett Boykin (2008-**) ................................. 123 ........ 13 ....17.26....2123 3. Antonio Freeman (1991-94) .............................. 121 ........ 22 ....18.24....2207 4. Ernest Wilford (2000-03) .................................. 126 ........ 11 ....16.29....2052 5. Andre Davis (1998-01) ...................................... 103 ........ 18 ....19.28....1986 6. Josh Morgan (2004-07) ..................................... 122 ........ 16 ....14.89....1817 7. Danny Coale (2008-**) .................................... 105 .......... 8 ....16.70....1754 8. Eddie Royal (2004-07) ...................................... 119 ........ 12 ....14.94....1778 9. Myron Richardson (1986-89) ............................ 100 .......... 9 ....15.41....1541 10. Bryan Still (1992-95)........................................... 74 ........ 11 ....19.70....1458

SCORING ................................................................................................ Points 1. Shayne Graham (1996-99).................................................................. 371 2. Lee Suggs (1999-02)........................................................................... 336 3. Brandon Pace (2004-06) ..................................................................... 316 4. Carter Warley (2000-03) ..................................................................... 307 5. Ryan Williams (1991-94).................................................................... 254 6. Chris Kinzer (1985-88) ....................................................................... 234 7. Don Wade (1981-84) .......................................................................... 224 8. Kevin Jones (2001-03)........................................................................ 210 9. Branden Ore (2005-07) ....................................................................... 198 10. Ryan Williams (2009-10).................................................................... 192

2011 Alphabetical Roster

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No.Name................................. Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. ......................... Hometown 92 Nick Acree .....................DT 6-5 276 Fr.-R ............ King William, Va. 64 Matt Arkema ................. OG 6-3 290 Fr.-R ................ Midlothian, Va. 30 Boye Aromire ................CB 5-11 195 Fr. ................ Washington, D.C. --Tyler Barfield ............... OG 6-1 299 So.-R ...................Herndon, Va. 93 ** Kwamaine Battle ...........DT 6-0 301 Sr.-R .......... Spring Hope, N.C. 54 * Nick Becton ..................OT 6-6 313 Jr.-R ........... Wilmington, N.C. 32 Riley Beiro ..................... FB 5-9 227 Fr.-R .....................McLean, Va. 8 Detrick Bonner ...............CB 6-0 183 Fr.-R ............. McDonough, Ga. 81 ***Jarrett Boykin ................ SE 6-2 219 Sr.-R .................Charlotte, N.C. 68 ***Jaymes Brooks ............. OG 6-2 307 Sr.-R .........Newport News, Va. 40 * Wiley Brown ............... OLB 5-10 196 Jr.-R .............Brandywine, Md. 82 Willie Byrn ......................FL 5-10 176 Fr.-R ..........Virginia Beach, Va. 50 ***Collin Carroll ................ LS 6-3 248 Sr. -R ...............Hopkins, Minn. --Mark Carter ....................FL 6-0 177 So.-R ...............Lynchburg, Va. --Chris Caver ....................CB 5-6 171 Fr.-R ................... Hampton, Va. 57 Telvion Clark .................LB 6-1 214 So.-R .................... Norfolk, Va. 12 ** Ju-Ju Clayton ............... QB 6-1 220 Jr.-R ................ Richmond, Va. 19 ***Danny Coale ...................FL 6-0 196 Sr.-R ................. Lexington, Va. 34 Michael Cole ...............ROV 6-1 200 Fr. ........................Roanoke, Va. 18 ** D.J. Coles ....................... SE 6-3 225 Jr. ....................... Maidens, Va. 42 * J.R. Collins ....................DE 6-2 253 So.-R ...................Stafford, Va. 77 Dale Davis..................... OG 6-2 292 Fr.-R ................Blacksburg, Va. 7 ** Marcus Davis .................FL 6-4 231 Jr.-R .........Virginia Beach, Va. 62 ***Blake DeChristopher .....OT 6-5 312 Sr.-R ............... Midlothian, Va. --Scott Demler ..................... P 5-11 194 Jr.-R .. Washington Crossing, Pa. 27 Nick Dew .................... OLB 6-2 194 Fr.-R ..........Virginia Beach, Va. 41 Derek DiNardo ................FS 6-0 208 Fr.-R ..........Virginia Beach, Va. 33 ***Chris Drager .................. TE 6-3 256 Sr.-R ..........Jefferson Hills, Pa. 13 Randall Dunn ................ TE 6-2 243 Jr.-R .........Virginia Beach, Va. 24 * Tariq Edwards ...............LB 6-2 229 So.-R .................. Cheraw, S.C. 1 * Antone Exum .............ROV 5-11 217 So.-R .............. Glen Allen, Va. 79 Caleb Farris ...................... C 6-3 306 Fr. ..................... Lexington, Va. 35 James Farrow .................CB 6-0 170 Fr. .............. Chanhassen, Minn. 61 Darian Fisher .................OT 6-4 267 So.-R ........Virginia Beach, Va. 83 Corey Fuller ................... SE 6-2 188 Jr.-R ................ Baltimore, Md. 17 * Kyle Fuller .....................CB 6-0 185 So. ................... Baltimore, Md. 99 * James Gayle ..................DE 6-4 251 So.-R ................. Hampton, Va. 63 Bo Gentry ......................... C 5-9 254 Jr.-R ...............Blacksburg, Va. --George George .............. TE 6-4 261 Jr.-R .......................Salem, Va. 60 Laurence Gibson ............OT 6-4 299 r-Fr. ............. Sierra Vista, Ariz. 65 Jake Goins ......................OT 6-5 288 Fr. .................... Midlothian, Va. 70 Kory Gough .................. OG 6-5 296 r-Fr. .................... Goldvein, Va. --Conor Goulding ..........PK/P 5-9 174 r-Fr. .......................Naples, Fla. 43 * Jeron Gouveia-Winslow OLB 6-2 195 r-Jr. ..................... Ashburn, Va. 22 * Tony Gregory ................TB 6-0 187 r-So. .........Virginia Beach, Va. 16 Trey Gresh..................... QB 6-0 209 r-Fr. .................Blacksburg, Va. --Jonathan Halfhide ..........LB 5-10 209 r-Fr. ...................Palm Bay, Fla. 55 Isaiah Hamlette .............DT 6-4 274 r-Jr. ......................Stafford, Va. 49 Kris Harley .....................DT 6-1 275 Fr. .................Indianapolis, Ind. 9 ***Cris Hill .........................CB 5-11 176 Sr.-R ................ Richmond, Va. 31 Michael Holmes .............TB 6-1 200 Fr. .................Harrisonburg, Va. 56 ** Antoine Hopkins ...........DT 6-0 299 Jr.-R .....Highland Springs, Va.

No.Name................................. Pos. 98 * Derrick Hopkins .............DT 26 * James Hopper ................TB 20 ** Jayron Hosley ................CB --Carl Jackson ...................CB 23 Kyshoen Jarrett ..............CB 89 Cody Journell ................PK 92 Ethan Keyserling ............... P 38 Demitri Knowles ...........WR 47 Brian Laiti ......................LB 72 ** Andrew Lanier ..............OT 6 Mark Leal ...................... QB 80 Jerome Lewis ................. TE 25 Robert Lockhart ............WR --Luther Maddy.................DT 88 Ryan Malleck ................. TE 96 Corey Marshall...............DE 86 * Eric Martin .................... TE 95 Zack McCray .................DE 74 * Andrew Miller ................. C 48 ***Justin Myer ....................PK --Dadi Nicolas..........DE/OLB 21 Theron Norman ...............FS 75 ** Greg Nosal ................... OG 2 ***Josh Oglesby .................TB 71 Vinston Painter ..............OT 14 Dominique Patterson......TB 90 Duan Perez-Means .........DE 45 * Joey Phillips .................. FB 59 Courtney Prince ........... OG 94 Darius Redman............... TE 44 Christian Reeves ............ TE 52 ** Barquell Rivers .............LB 11 ***Dyrell Roberts ................FL 91 Matt Roth .......................DE 39 * Martin Scales ................. FB 69 Mark Shuman .................OT 85 E.L. Smiling ................... SE 65 Joe St. Germain .............. LS 51 * Bruce Taylor ..................LB 87 Justin Taylor ...................DE 3 * Logan Thomas .............. QB 53 * Dwight Tucker ..............DT 28 ** Alonzo Tweedy .......... OLB 58 * Jack Tyler ......................LB 37 Ronny Vandyke ...............FS 67 * Michael Via ..................... C 76 David Wang .................. OG --Tyler Weiss .....................PK 15 ***Eddie Whitley ................FS 36 Chase Williams ..............LB 4 ** David Wilson ................TB 66 * Tyrel Wilson ..................DE 5 Ricardo Young............... QB

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Ht. 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-6 5-11 6-6 6-2 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-7 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-7 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-0

Wt. 298 181 170 174 175 167 203 175 205 282 199 240 175 280 240 252 261 248 290 212 215 209 281 210 296 223 252 214 286 240 215 241 185 225 216 301 194 215 252 220 245 273 185 220 200 285 301 169 187 223 201 214 176

Cl. ......................... Hometown So. .........Highland Springs, Va. So.-R ...........Fayetteville, N.C. Jr. .............. Delray Beach, Fla. Fr.-R ...................... Tyrone, Ga. Fr. .................. Tannersville, Pa. So.-R ..............Ripplemead, Va. Fr.-R .............Chapel Hill, N.C. Fr. .....................Lynchburg, Va. Fr.-R .......... Fairfax Station, Va. Sr.-R .................... Moore, S.C. Fr.-R ............... Greenacres, Fla. Fr.-R ................ Rochester, N.Y. Fr. ............... Delray Beach, Fla. Fr. ............... Delray Beach, Fla. Fr. ..............Point Pleasant, N.J. Fr. .....................Petersburg, Va. So.-R ............ Woodbridge, Va. Fr.-R ........................Forest, Va. So.-R ..................... Bassett, Va. Sr. ......................Manheim, Pa. Fr. ............... Delray Beach, Fla. Fr.-R ................. Richmond, Va. Sr.-R .........Virginia Beach, Va. Sr.-R ....................Garner, N.C. Jr.-R .................... Norfolk, Va. Fr.-R ...................... Suffolk, Va. Fr.-R ................. Richmond, Va. Jr.-R ...............Blacksburg, Va. Jr.-R ...........Mitchellville, Md. Fr. ................ Washington, D.C. Fr. ................. McDonough, Ga. Sr.-R .............Wadesboro, N.C. Sr. .................... Smithfield, Va. Fr. ............... St. Augustine, Fla. Jr.-R .............. Martinsville, Va. Fr.-R ............... Fork Union, Va. Fr.-R .....................Stafford, Va. Fr.-R .........Los Alamitos, Calif. Jr.-R ..................Riceboro, Ga. Fr. .................... Norwood, N.C. So.-R ...............Lynchburg, Va. Jr.-R ..................... Oviedo, Fla. Jr.-R ................ Richmond, Va. So.-R .................... Oakton, Va. Fr. ........................... Lorton, Va. Jr.-R .........McLeansville, N.C. So.-R .................. Ashburn, Va. Sr.-R ............. Spotsylvania, Va. Sr. ....................Charlotte, N.C. Fr.-R ................... Leesburg, Va. Jr. ....................... Danville, Va. So.-R ................. Hampton, Va. Fr.-R ............. Washington, D.C


Virginia Tech Coaches and Records Frank Beamer

ecords Virginia Tech Coaches and Records

H d Coach Head (Virginia Tech ‘69)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Record at Virginia Tech: 198-95-2 (.674), 24 Years Overall 240-118-4 (.668), 30 Years Born: October 18, 1946

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS Head Coach Years W L E.A. Smyth ................(2) 1892-1893 1 3 J.A. Massie ................(1) 1894 4 1 A.C. Jones..................(2) 1895-1896 9 4 Charles Firth ..............(1) 1897 5 2 J.L. Ingles ..................(1) 1898 5 2 Dr. James Morrison ...(1) 1899 4 1 Dr. Davis ....................(1) 1900 3 3 Dr. A.B. Morrison Jr. .(1) 1901 6 1 R.R. Brown ................(1) 1902 3 2 Dr. C.A. Lueder .........(1) 1903 5 1 J.C. O’Connor............(1) 1904 5 3 C.P. Miles ..................(2) 1905-1906 14 3 C.R. Williams ............(1) 1907 7 2 R.M. Brown .............. (1) 1908 5 4 14 Branch Bocock ..........(6) 1909-10, 12-15 34 L.W. Reiss .................(1) 1911 6 1 Jack Ingersell .............(1) 1916 7 2 Charles Bernier ..........(3) 1917-1919 18 6 Stanley Sutton............(1) 1920 4 6 Ben Cubbage .............(5) 1921-1925 30 12 Andy Gustafson .........(4) 1926-1929 22 13 O.E. Neale .................(2) 1930-1931 8 7 H.B. Redd ..................(9) 1932-1940 43 37 J.R. Kitts ....................(1) 1941 6 4 H.M. McEver .............(2) 1942, 1945 9 8 James Kitts ................(2) 1946-1947 7 9 Robert McNeish ........(3) 1948-1950 1 25 Frank Moseley .........(10) 1951-1960 54 42 Jerry Claiborne ........(10) 1961-1970 61 39 Charlie Coffey ...........(3) 1971-1973 12 20 Jimmy Sharpe ............(4) 1974-1977 21 22 Bill Dooley ................(9) 1978-1986 64 37 Frank Beamer ..........(24) 1987-2010 198 95

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Pct .250 .800 .679 .714 .714 .800 .500 .857 .583 .833 .625 .789 .778 .556 .700 .778 .778 .740 .400 .688 .625 .528 .534 .600 .528 .447 .086 .560 .608 .379 .489 .632 .674

After leading the Hokies to their 18th consecutive bowl appearance, their fourth ACC Football Championship in seven seasons and a Top 15 national finish with an 11-3 record, Frank Beamer enters his 25th season at Virginia Tech and his 31st year as a collegiate head coach ranked second among active Division I-A coaches in victories with 240, trailing only Penn State’s Joe Paterno (401). His Tech teams have posted a 174-55 (.759) record over the past 18 seasons, and the Hokies are the only team in the nation to have won 10 or more games in each of the past seven years. During that time, Tech is fourth nationally in total defense, allowing only an average of 282.2 total yards in a span of 94 games. Last year, Tech became the first team in NCAA FBS history to win 11 straight games after losing its first two contests, and finished the year ranked 16th in AP and 15th in USA Today. Beamer guided the Hokies to a 44-33 triumph over 20th-ranked Florida State in the 2010 ACC Football Championship Game, Tech’s third ACC title game triumph in four attempts. In Tech’s seven ACC seasons, Beamer has led the Hokies to four ACC football titles including back-to-back wins in the ACC Championship Game in 2007 and 2008, and an overall record of 49-11 (.816) against ACC foes. In 2008, he led a very inexperienced Tech squad to a 10-4 mark, the ACC Championship and a win over 12th-ranked Cincinnati in the FedEx Orange Bowl. In 2007, the Hokies were 11-3, ranked 9th nationally and posted a 30-16 win over Boston College in the ACC title game. Three years previously, in 2004, the Hokies’ first year in the ACC, Beamer guided Virginia Tech to a conference title en route to being named ACC Coach of the Year. He repeated as Coach of the Year in 2005, when he led the Hokies to a 7-1 league record, the Coastal Division title and a spot in the inaugural ACC Championship Game. Beamer’s Hokies have earned the highest national rankings in the program’s history, spending 79 weeks in the Top 10 of the Associated Press poll over the last nine seasons. During one stretch that ended in 2004, Tech was ranked in 84 straight AP polls. For his part in the Hokies’ run to the national title game in 1999, Beamer earned eight National Coach of the Year awards and was named the Big East Conference Coach of the Year for the third time. When Big East Conference football celebrated its first 10 years of existence in 2000, Beamer was CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY* voted the Coach of the Decade by the league’s media. Beamer, the first alumnus to guide the Hokies since the 1940s, took over the Tech reins from Bill Dooley in January 1987. Rk. Head Coach Years W L T Pct During his undergraduate days at Virginia Tech, Beamer started three years as a cornerback 1. Frank Beamer ........(7) 2004-2010 49 11 0 .816 and played on the Hokies’ 1966 and 1968 Liberty Bowl teams. Beamer began his coaching (Based on Winning Percentage; * ACC Includes Championship Games) career as an assistant at Radford High School from 1969 through 1971. Then, after one season as a graduate assistant at the University of Maryland (1972), he went to The Citadel BOWL GAMES ONLY (1973-77) where he worked five seasons under Bobby Ross and one year under Art Baker (1978). His last two years at The Citadel, Beamer was the defensive coordinator. In 1979, Head Coach.................................... Bowls W L T Pct Beamer went to Murray State as the defensive coordinator under Mike Gottfried. He was Frank Beamer ......................................(18) 8 10 0 .444 named head coach at Murray State in 1981. Bill Dooley ............................................(3) 1 2 0 .333 Jerry Claiborne ......................................(2) 0 2 0 .000 James Kitts ............................................(1) 0 1 0 .000 (Based on Appearances) Year School ..AP/USA ....ACC ....... Finish...... All.... Pct. 1981 Murray State..........................................8-3-0... .727 1982 Murray State..........................................4-7-0... .363 1983 Murray State..........................................7-4-0... .636 - HOKIE ASSISTANT COACHES 1984 Murray State..........................................9-2-0... .818 1985 Murray State..........................................7-3-1... .681 1986 Murray State..........................................7-4-1... .625 Shane Beamer (Virginia Tech ‘99) ..........Associate Head Coach, Running Backs 1987 Virginia Tech .........................................2-9-0... .181 Cornell Brown (Virginia Tech ‘97) ....Outside Linebackers, Ast. Defensive Ends 1988 Virginia Tech .........................................3-8-0... .272 1989 Virginia Tech .........................................6-4-1... .590 Bud Foster (Murray State ‘81) .......... Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers 1990 Virginia Tech .........................................6-5-0... .545 Torrian Gray (Virginia Tech ‘97) ........................................ Defensive Secondary 1991 Virginia Tech .........................................5-6-0... .454 Curt Newsome (Emory & Henry ‘82) ........................Offensive Guards, Centers 1992 Virginia Tech .........................................2-8-1... .227 1993 Virginia Tech .. 22/20 .............................9-3-0... .750 Mike O’Cain (Clemson ‘77) ............................................................ Quarterbacks 1994 Virginia Tech ...... /24 .............................8-4-0... .667 Kevin Sherman (Ferrum ‘92) ....................................................... Wide Receivers 1995 Virginia Tech .. 10 /9 ............................. 10-2-0 . .833 Bryan Stinespring (James Madison ‘86 ) ......... Offensive Coordinator/Tackles & Tight Ends 1996 Virginia Tech .. 13/12 ............................ 10-2-0 . .833 Charley Wiles (Murray State ‘87) ...................................................Defensive Line 1997 Virginia Tech .........................................7-5-0... .583 1998 Virginia Tech .. 23/19 .............................9-3-0... .750 1999 Virginia Tech .... 2/ 3 ............................. 11-1-0 . .916 2000 Virginia Tech .... 6/ 6 ............................. 11-1-0 . .916 Beamer Versus ACC Schools 2001 Virginia Tech .. 18/18 .............................8-4-0... .667 2002 Virginia Tech .. 18/14 ............................ 10-4-0 . .714 vs. Boston College .............................13-6 2003 Virginia Tech .........................................8-5-0... .615 vs. Clemson..........................................5-3 2004 Virginia Tech .. 10/10 .. 7-1 ....... ACCC . 10-3-0 . .769 vs. Duke ...............................................7-0 2005 Virginia Tech ...... 7/7 .. 7-1 ........ 1stC ... 11-2-0 . .846 vs. Florida State ...................................2-8 2006 Virginia Tech .. 19/18 .. 6-2 ....... 2ndC ... 10-3-0 . .769 vs. Georgia Tech ..................................5-3 2007 Virginia Tech ...9/ . 9 ... 7-1 ....... ACCC . 11-3-0 . .785 2008 Virginia Tech .15/14 ... 5-3 ....... ACCC . 10-4-0 . .714 vs. Maryland ........................................5-1 2009 Virginia Tech .10/10 ... 6-2 ....... 2ndC ... 10-3-0 . .769 vs. Miami ...........................................11-9 2010 Virginia Tech .. 16/15 .. 8-0 ....... ACCC . 11-3-0 . .785 vs. North Carolina................................6-2 Murray State: 6 yrs.................................. 42-23-2.... .627 vs. NC State ..................................... 5-2-1 Virginia Tech: 24 yrs ...... 46-10 (.821) ..... 198-95-2.. .674 Overall Record: 30 yrs... 46-10 (.821) .... 240-118-4 ..668 vs. Virginia .........................................15-9 ACC Record w/Championship Games: 49-11 (.816) vs. Wake Forest ....................................3-0

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Virginia Tech 2010 Statistics 2010 Virginia Tech Results (11-3, 8-0 ACC; Coastal Division Champion)) 201 Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att.

VT AP USA

Opp. | ---------------- Offense ----------------- | | ----------------Defense --------------- | AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO

S6 ..........L, 30-33....Boise State 86,587 10 6 3 at FedEx Field (Landover, Md.) S11 ........L, 16-21....James Madison 66,233 13 13 S18 .......W, 49-27....East Carolina 66,233 S25 .........W, 19-0....at Boston College 42,317 O2.........W, 40-31....at NC State 58,083 23 O9.........W, 45-21....Central Michigan 66,233 O16.......W, 52-21....Wake Forest 66,233 O23.........W, 44-7....Duke 66,233 23 23 N4.........W, 28-21....Georgia Tech 66,233 20 20 N13.......W, 26-10....at North Carolina 60,000 16 17 N20.......W, 31-17....at Miami 40,101 14 15 24 N27.........W, 37-7....Virginia 66,233 13 14 D4.........W, 44-33....Florida State 72,379 12 11 20 ACC Championship Game at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, N.C.) J3 ...........L, 12-40....Stanford 65,453 12 11 5 Discover Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, Fla.)

TEAM STATISTICS................VT OPP SCORING ................................. 474 288 Points Per Game..................... 33.9 20.6 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 289 244 Rushing ................................... 142 95 Passing .................................... 126 128 Penalty....................................... 21 21 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 2782 2183 Yards gained rushing ............. 3189 2529 Yards lost rushing .................... 407 346 Rushing Attempts .................... 570 465 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.9 4.7 Average Per Game................ 198.7 155.9 TDs Rushing ............................. 30 18 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 2850 2878 Comp-Att-Int.................200-343-5 224-429-23 Average Per Pass ...................... 8.3 6.7 Average Per Catch .................. 14.2 12.8 Average Per Game................ 203.6 205.6 TDs Passing............................... 24 19 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 5632 5061 Total Plays ............................... 913 894 Average Per Play ...................... 6.2 5.7 Average Per Game................ 402.3 361.5 KICK RETURNS............... 50-1136 60-1461 PUNT RETURNS ................ 21-261 25-125 INT RETURNS .................... 23-364 5-67 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 22.7 24.4 PUNT RETURN AVG. ............ 12.4 5.0 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 15.8 13.4 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 20-8 24-9 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 67-582 93-783 Average Per Game.................. 41.6 55.9 PUNTS-Yards .................... 61-2639 69-2833 Average Per Punt .................... 43.3 41.1 Net punt average .................... 38.3 36.4 TOP/Game ............................ 31:56 28:04 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 80/180 71/197 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 44% 36% 4TH-DOWN Conv. .................. 5/12 12/24 4th-Down Pct ......................... 42% 50% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 34-206 34-212 MISC YARDS ............................... 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 59 37 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 21-22 10-16 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-0 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 56-62 31-41 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 40-62 24-41 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 53-56 34-37 ATTENDANCE .................. 463631 206897 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 7/66233 4/51724 Neutral Site Games .......... 3/74806 3/74806

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124 199 237 123 164 314 332 137 249 118 182 263

362 448 343 440 394 605 491 335 418 369 383 442

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114 110 70 145 135 254 92 346 117 262 70 53

121 251 180 362 266 92 116 80 197 202 221 288

235 361 250 507 401 346 208 426 314 464 291 341

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RUSHING ................ Att. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Darren Evans..............151 854 11 54 5.7 Tyrod Taylor ...............146 659 5 72 4.5 David Wilson .............113 619 5 68 5.5 Ryan Williams ............110 477 9 84 4.3 Tony Gregory ...............23 102 0 24 4.4 Josh Oglesby ..................6 49 0 16 8.2 Logan Thomas................6 22 0 11 3.7 Dyrell Roberts ................3 16 0 11 5.3 Marcus Davis .................1 12 0 12 12.0 Danny Coale...................1 -3 0 0 -3.0 Team .............................10 -25 0 0 -2.5 Total.......... .................570 2782 30 84 4.9 Opponents...... ...........465 2183 18 87 4.7 PASSING........Cmp. Tyrod Taylor ....... 188 Logan Thomas...... 12 Team ....................... 0 Total.......... ......... 200 Opponents...... ... 224

Att. Int. Pct. TD Yds. 315 5 59.7 24 2743 26 0 46.2 0 107 2 0 0.0 0 0 343 5 58.3 24 2850 429 23 52.2 19 2878

RECEIVING .......Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Jarrett Boykin ........... 53 847 6 69 16.0 Danny Coale............. 39 732 3 59 18.8 Dyrell Roberts .......... 21 303 2 43 14.4 Andre Smith ............. 20 195 5 21 9.8 Marcus Davis ........... 19 239 2 46 12.6 David Wilson ........... 15 234 4 65 15.6 Ryan Williams .......... 10 109 1 29 10.9 Darren Evans.............. 9 100 0 30 11.1 Kenny Younger .......... 4 21 0 10 5.2 D.J. Coles ................... 3 27 0 14 9.0 Xavier Boyce ............. 2 10 0 6 5.0 Austin Fuller .............. 1 11 0 11 11.0 Randall Dunn ............. 1 9 0 9 9.0 Josh Oglesby .............. 1 7 0 7 7.0 Prince Parker .............. 1 4 0 4 4.0 Logan Thomas............ 1 2 1 2 2.0 Total.......... ............. 200 2850 24 69 14.2 Opponents...... ....... 224 2878 19 78 205.6 PUNTING ............. No. Brian Saunders ......... 60 Team ........................... 1 Total.......... ............... 61 Opponents...... .......... 69

Yds. Lg. Blk. Avg. 2639 66 0 44.0 0 0 1 0.0 2639 66 1 43.3 2833 62 0 41.1

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Jayron Hosley........... 19 239 1 80 12.6 Danny Coale............... 2 22 0 11 11.0 Total.......... ............... 21 261 1 80 12.4 Opponents...... ......... 25 125 0 25 5.0

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KICK RETURNS .... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. David Wilson ........... 22 584 2 92 26.5 Dyrell Roberts .......... 16 310 0 29 19.4 Jayron Hosley............. 9 190 0 50 21.1 Rashad Carmichael .... 3 52 0 22 17.3 Total.......... ............... 50 1136 2 92 22.7 Opponents...... ......... 60 1461 0 42 24.4 SCORING ...................TD Chris Hazley.........................0 Darren Evans...................... 11 David Wilson ..................... 11 Ryan Williams ....................10 Jarrett Boykin .......................6 Tyrod Taylor .........................5 Andre Smith .........................5 Danny Coale.........................3 Marcus Davis .......................2 Dyrell Roberts ......................2 J. Gouveia-Winslow .............1 Jayron Hosley.......................1 Rashad Carmichael ..............1 Logan Thomas......................1 Team .....................................0 Total.......... .........................59 Opponents...... ...................37

FGs PAT 21 53 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 53 10 34

TACKLES ....................... Solo Bruce Taylor .......................41 Davon Morgan ...................53 Eddie Whitley ....................55 Lyndell Gibson ...................34 Steven Friday .....................38 Antoine Hopkins ................18 Antone Exum .....................28 J. Gouveia-Winslow ...........23 Rashad Carmichael ............31 Jayron Hosley.....................34 John Graves........................14 Chris Drager .......................20 Kyle Fuller .........................22 J.R. Collins .........................12 Jack Tyler ...........................13 Tariq Edwards .................... 11 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Jayron Hosley.................. 9 Davon Morgan ................ 5 Rashad Carmichael ......... 4 J. Gouveia-Winslow ........ 2 Eddie Whitley ................. 2 Tariq Edwards ................. 1 Total.......... .................... 23 Opponents...... ................ 5

Pts. 116 66 66 60 36 30 30 20 12 12 6 6 6 6 2 474 288

Ast. 91 82 80 66 66 45 45 41 40 39 37 34 32 25 25 21

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Wake Forest Demon Deacons 2011 Wake Forest Schedule Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Series Series Last Opponent ............................... Record ....Began .Meeting ..............Stadium (Capacity) ......................Site at Syracuse (ESPN3.com), 8 pm...... 1-0-0 ... 2006 ....2006, hW 20-10 ..Carrier Dome (49,262) ..................Syracuse, N.Y. NC State (RSN), 3:30 pm .......... 36-62-6 ....1895 ....2010, aL 38-3 ......BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. Gardner-Webb (ESPN3.com), 6:30 pm ............ First Meeting .........................BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. at Boston College ...................... 6-10-2 ....1941 ....2010, hL 23-13 ....Alumni Stadium (44,500) ..............Tallahassee, Fla. Florida State .............................. 5-23-1 ....1956 ....2010, aL 31-0 ......BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. Virginia Tech ........................... 11-23-1 ....1916 ....2010, aL 52-21.......BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. at Duke .................................... 36-53-2 ....1889 ....2010, hW 54-48 ..Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) ...Durham, N.C. at North Carolina ................... 34-67-2 ....1888 ....2007, hW 37-10 ..Kenan Stadium (63,000) ................Chapel Hill, N.C. Notre Dame .......................................... First Meeting .........................BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. at Clemson .............................. 17-58-1 ....1933 ....2010, hL 30-10 ....Clemson Memorial Stadium (81,500) ..Clemson, S.C. Maryland ................................ 16-42-1 ....1917 ....2010, aL 62-14 ....BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C. Vanderbilt .................................... 6-7-0 ....1964 ....2010, aW 34-13...BB&T Field (31,500) ....................Winston-Salem, N.C.

2010 In Review

Beset by inexperience at quarterback and throughout its defensive unit, Wake Forest posted a 3-9 overall record including a 1-7 mark in the ACC, and missed a bowl berth for only the second time in the last five years under head coach Jim Grobe. In his 10th season at the helm, Grobe, who has won more games (62) than any coach in Wake Forest history save for D.C. “Peahead” Walker, saw his Demon Deacons suffer three losses by 10 or fewer points...In a possible portent of good things to come, Wake rebounded from a nine-game losing streak at season’s end to down Vanderbilt, 34-13... True freshman Tanner Price received the bulk of the playing time at quarterback, completing 56.8 percent of his passes for 1,349 yards and 7 TDs in nine starts...Price is the first Wake Forest true freshman QB to lead the Deacons to a road victory since 1994...Another true freshman, RB Josh Harris, recorded the 5th-best single-game rushing total for an ACC freshman by running for 241 yards on 20 carries against Virginia Tech...Harris, who finished 5th in the ACC in rushing yards per game (65.5), and LB Nikita Whitlock were named Freshman All-Americas... PK Jimmy Newman finished 2nd in the ACC in field goal percentage, making 12 of 13 three-pointers (.923)...WR Chris Givens finished 5th in the ACC in all-purpose yardage (92.3)...DE Kyle Wilber tied for 5th in the ACC in TFLs (14.5), 2nd in fumbles forced (3) and 10th in QB sacks (6)... DE Tristan Dorty tied for 7th in the ACC in fumbles recovered (2).

Who’s Gone

Wake Forest loses seven starters, four of them on offense, two on defense and P Shane Popham...Offensively, the Deacons lose two of their top three receivers in Devon Brown and Marshall Williams as well as C Russell Nenon and RB Josh Adams, who finished his career 7th on Wake’s career rushing list with 2,249 yards... Defensively, the Deacs lost two of their top four tacklers in LBs Hunter Haynes and LB Matt Woodlief.

2011 Preview

Coach Grobe welcomes back 17 starters among his 54 returning lettermen...Offensively, seven starters return led by sophomore QB Tanner Price...Price started the last nine games of 2010, solidified his status as starter in the spring, and will be backed by junior Ted Stachitas and sophomore Brendan Cross...Consistent QB play will be a key to Wake Forest’s improvement in 2011 and the year of experience should help Price significantly...So should having four offensive line starters return in Ts Dennis Godfrey and Doug Weaver and Gs Joe Looney and Michael Hoag...Junior Garrick Williams, who started the final 3 games of 2010--two at guard and one at center--will move into a starting role at the pivot...Both tight ends return as well in seniors Cameron Ford and Andrew Parker...At running back, sophomore Josh Harris was impressive as a true freshman, rushing for 720 yards, a 5.5 per-carry avg and is joined by senior RB Brandon Pendergrass, who has 1,049 career yards and a 4.1 per-carry average and starting FB Tommy Bohannon... The receiving corps should again be solid led by junior WR Chris Givens and sophomore WR Michael Campanaro...The Deacons also have on hand a reliable placekicking weapon in PK Jimmy Newman. who made 12 of 13 field goals last season (.923) to rank 2nd in the Conference in FG %... On the defensive side, Co-coordinators Brian Knorr and Tim Billings take over for Brad Lambert, who left to take the head coaching position at start-up UNC Charlotte...Wake converted to a 3-4 defense last year and will remain in this configuration for 2011...The Deacons should benefit from having experience at virtually every position this fall...NG Nikita Whitlock, who had 10.5 TFLs and 3 sacks as a freshman last year, is flanked by DE’s senior Tristan Dorty (7 TFLs) and sophomore Zack Thompson...Big-play performer Kyle Wilber, who led the Deacons in tackles for loss (14.5) and QB sacks (6.0), will start at one OLB spot, backed up by senior OLB Gelo Orange...Junior Joey Ehrmann will man the other OLB post, with juniors Scott Betros and Riley Haynes starting at ILB...Though all four starters return in the secondary, 2009 starter Kenny Okoro reclaimed his starting cornerback berth in the spring, and is joined as a starter by sophomore CB A.J. Marshall, with another sophomore, CB Dominique Tate, serving as the primary backup at both positions...Senior SS Cyhl Quarles, Wake’s leading returning tackler with 71 hits, returns, while Josh Bush moves over from cornerback to handle the free safety position...Experienced depth is provided here by FS Daniel Mack and SS Duran Lowe... Australian rules football convert Alex Kindal will seek to handle Wake Forest’s punting chores.

Roster Breakdown Starters Returning (17)

OFFENSE (7) ..............................2010 . Career Pos Name ............................... Starts ... Starts WR Chris Givens, Jr. .......................8 ......... 13 T Dennis Godfrey, Sr. ................12 ......... 12 T Doug Weaver, Sr. ....................12 ......... 14 G Joe Looney, Sr. .......................10 ......... 28 G Michael Hoag, Sr. ...................10 ......... 10 TE Cameron Ford, Sr. ....................6 ........... 9 QB Tanner Price, So. ......................9 ........... 9 DEFENSE (9) ..............................2010 . Career Pos Name ............................... Starts ... Starts DE Tristan Dorty, Sr. ....................10 ......... 21 DE Kyle Wilber, Sr. ......................12 ......... 23 DL Zack Thompson, So..................5 ........... 5 LB Nikita Whitlock, So. ...............12 ......... 12 LB Joey Ehrmann, Jr. .....................9 ......... 13 CB Kevin Johnson,So. ....................5 ........... 5 FS Daniel Mack, So. ......................7 ........... 7 SS Cyhl Quarles, Sr. ......................7 ......... 19 CB Josh Bush, Sr. ...........................8 ......... 14 SPECIALISTS (1) .......................2010 . Career Pos Name ............................... Starts ... Starts PK Jimmy Newman, Jr. ................12 ......... 22

Starters Lost (7)

OFFENSE (4) ..............................2010 . Career Pos Name ............................... Starts ... Starts WR Marshall Williams ..................12 ......... 25 WR Devon Brown ...........................8 ......... 20 C Russell Nenon ........................12 ......... 37 RB Josh Adams...............................8 ......... 32 DEFENSE (2) ..............................2010 . Career Pos Name ............................... Starts ... Starts LB Hunter Haynes ........................12 ......... 20 LB Matt Woodlief...........................8 ......... 20

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Lettermen Returning .......................54 Offensive Lettermen Returning ....24 Defensive Lettermen Returning....28 Specialists Lettermen Returning. ....2 Lettermen Lost ................................22 Offensive Lettermen Lost ...............8 Defensive Lettermen Lost ............12 Specialists Lettermen Lost..............2

Returning Production Index (Percentage of 2010 Stats Returning) % Passing Returning ............................ .929 % Rushing Returning ........................... .763 % Receiving Returning ........................ .572 % Receiving Yards Returning .............. .619 % Scoring Returning ............................ .802 % Kickoff Returns ............................... .837 % Punt Returns .................................... .383 % Tackles Returning ............................ .772 % Turnovers Forced ............................. .824

Numbers & Notes

3 - Three of Wake Forest’s nine losses in 2010 were by 10 or fewer points and by a combined total of just 15 points (5.0 avg.), including a one-point defeat to Navy and a four-point loss to Georgia Tech. 4 - Wake Forest QB Tanner Price was one of four ACC true freshmen who made their starting debut at quarterback in 2010. Price was joined by Duke’s Brandon Connette, Miami’s Stephen Morris and Boston College’s Chase Rettig. Both Rettig and Price had the most starts in the group with nine starting assignments each. 8 - The number of Texas natives on this year’s Wake Forest roster. The Texans have an influence beyond their numbers, though as the Lone Star state natives include starting QB Tanner Price (Austin), leading rusher RB Josh Harris (Duncanville), leading returning receiver in WR Chris Givens (Wylie) and starting NG Nikita Whitlock (Wylie). Givens was named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the nation’s top receiver.

SPECIALISTS (1) .......................2010 . Career Pos Name ............................... Starts ... Starts P Shane Popham. .......................12 ......... 33

9 - Wake Forest will face nine 2011 opponents who participated in a post-season bowl game in 2010 including non-conference foes Notre Dame (Hyundai Sun) and Syracuse (New Era Pinstripe).

Quick Facts

12 1 - Wake Forest PK Jimmy Newman enters the 2011 season having made 12 consecutive field goal 2 attempts. Newman missed his first attempt in 2010, at then th made his next 12 attempts. The ACC record is 27 set by NC State’s Marc Primanti during the 1995-96 seasons. 1

Location ......Winston-Salem, NC. 27109 Founded ..........................................1834 Enrollment .....................................4,313 President ................ Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Director of Athletics ......... Ron Wellman Stadium ...............................BB&T Field Capacity .......................................31,500 2010 Overall Record ..........................3-9 2010 ACC Record ..............................1-7 2010 ACC Finish .....6th in Atlantic Division

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24.0 2 - Wake Forest senior OLB Kyle Wilber has recorded 24.0 tackles for loss in his career, the thirdre highest mark of any 2011 returning ACC defender. h 54 5 - Wake Forest welcomes back the second highest es amount of returning lettermen in the ACC this year y with 54 returnees who have played enough in either 2008, 2009 or 2010 to earn a letter. Florida ei State S (58) leads in that category.


Wake Forest Career Leaders, Alphabetical Roster TOTAL OFFENSE .........................................Rush........ Pass ......TDR .......Total 1. Riley Skinner (2006-09) ..............................161........ 9762 .......... 64 ........9923 2. Brian Kuklick (1994-98) ........................... -176........ 8017 .......... 50 ........7838 3. Mike Elkins (1985-88) .............................. -134........ 7304 .......... 46 ........7170 4. Gary Schofield (1981-83) .......................... -421........ 7205 .......... 44 ........6784 5. Rusty LaRue (1992-95) ................................. -8........ 5016 .......... 24 ........5008 6. James MacPherson (1999-02) .....................231........ 4716 .......... 18 ........4947 7. Jay Venuto (1979-80) ................................ -163........ 5056 .......... 40 ........4927 8. Cory Randolph (2002-05) ...........................731........ 3899 .......... 23 ........4630 9. Keith West (1989-92) ................................ -177........ 5010 .......... 30 ........4600 10. Phil Barnhill (1987-90) ...............................479........ 3931 .......... 28 ........4409

RUSHING ................................................................. Att....... TD..... Avg...Yards 1. Chris Barclay (2002-05) ..................................840........40......4.80....4032 2. James McDougald (1976-79) ...........................895........30......4.26....3811 3. Michael Ramseur (1982-85) ............................753........30......4.42....3325 4. Tarence Williams (1999-02).............................575........22......4.49....2581 5. Morgan Kane (1996-99)...................................647........17......3.94....2550 6. Topper Clemons (1982-85) ..............................506........13......4.90....2479 7. John Leach (1990-93) ......................................495........19......4.54....2246 8. Larry Hopkins (1970-71) .................................452........10......4.89....2212 Josh Adams (2007-10) .....................................545........23......4.06....2212 10. Anthony Williams (1988-91) ...........................511........19......4.31....2203

PASSING YARDAGE .............................Comp-Att ....... Pct. ...... TD .......Yards 1. Riley Skinner (2006-09) ......................903-1349 ....... .669 .........60..........9762 2. Brian Kuklick (1994-98) .....................665-1230 ....... .540 .........44..........8017 3. Mike Elkins (1985-88) ........................609-1109 ...... . 559 .........43..........7304 4. Gary Schofield (1981-83) .................... 640-1113 ...... . 575 .........44..........7205 5. Jay Venuto (1979-80) ............................422-799 ...... .528 .........38..........5056 6. Rusty LaRue (1992-95) .........................472-786 ....... .600 .........27..........5016 7. Keith West (1989-92) ............................380-710 ...... .535 .........29..........4747 8. James MacPherson (1999-02) ...............349-639 ..... . .546 .........16..........4716 9. Norm Snead (1958-60) ..........................272-601 ....... .452 .........27..........4040 10. Phil Barnhill (1987-90) .........................310-656 ...... . 472 .........23..........3931

RECEPTIONS....................................................... Yards ..... TD..... Avg..... Rec. 1. Desmond Clark (1995-98) ............................. 2834 .......20....13.12......216 2. Ricky Proehl (1986-89).................................. 2949 .......25....15.69......188 3. Jammie Deese (1996-99) ............................... 2348 .......11....12.76......184 4. Thabiti Davis (1994-97) ................................. 1865 .......12....11.58......161 5. James Brim (1983-86).................................... 2040 .......12....13.33......153 6. John Henry Mills (1989-92)........................... 1735 .........6....12.22......142 7. Kenneth Moore (2004-07) ............................. 1458 .........7....10.49......139 8. Wayne Baumgardner (1978-81) ..................... 2431 .......13....18.01......135 9. Todd Dixon (1990-93) ................................... 2466 .......24....16.55......134 10. Red O’Quinn (1946-49) ................................. 1990 .......22....15.92......122 Steve Brown (1987-90) .................................. 1678 .........3....13.75......122

RECEIVING YARDAGE ...............................Recp......... TD ....... Avg. .....Yards 1. Ricky Proehl (1986-89) .................................188.......... 25 ...... 15.69 .......2949 2. Desmond Clark (1995-98) .............................216.......... 20 ...... 13.12 .......2834 3. Jammie Deese (1996-99) ...............................184.......... 11 ...... 12.76 .......2348 4. Wayne Baumgardner (1978-81) ....................141.......... 13 ...... 16.33 .......2303 5. Todd Dixon (1990-93) ...................................139.......... 24 ...... 16.55 .......2300 6. Jason Anderson (2001-04) .............................115.......... 15 ...... 17.97 .......2066 7. James Brim (1983-86) ...................................153.......... 12 ...... 13.33 .......2040 8. Red O’Quinn (1946-49) ................................124.......... 22 ...... 15.92 .......1974 9. Thabiti Davis (1994-97) ................................161.......... 12 ...... 11.58 .......1865 10. Steve Brown (1987-90) .................................122............ 3 ...... 13.75 .......1678

SCORING Points 1. Sam Swank (2005-08)...........................................................................339 2. Chris Barclay (2002-05) .......................................................................240 3. Wilson Hoyle (1986-89) .......................................................................230 4. Matthew Burdick (1996-99) .................................................................217 5. Michael Ramseur (1982-85) .................................................................194 6. James McDougald (1976-79) ................................................................192 7. Larry Russell (1969-71) ........................................................................180 8. Ricky Proehl (1986-89).........................................................................174 9. Mike Green (1991-93) ..........................................................................154 10. Phil Denfeld (1979-82) .........................................................................151

* Denotes letter earned; R-Denotes redshirt year. No. Name ........................Pos. Ht. Wt. 35 Zachary Allen ..........OLB 6-2 240 60 Whit Barnes ..................C 6-4 290 85 Neil Basford ...............TE 6-4 245 61 Ryan Bauder ...............LS 6-2 210 32 **Scott Betros .............. ILB 6-1 240 89 *Spencer Bishop ...........TE 6-2 240 76 Daniel Blitch.............. OT 6-6 310 42 **Tommy Bohanon ........FB 6-2 245 77 *Devin Bolling ............ OT 6-5 300 99 Ramon Booi ...............NG 6-6 300 4 ***Josh Bush .................... FS 5-11 205 3 *Michael Campanaro.... FL 5-10 190 73 *Steven Chase ............. OT 6-7 305 64 Britt Cherry.................LS 6-1 220 48 Brandon Chubb......... ILB 6-0 230 21 Desmond Cooper ........ FS 6-2 195 12 *Brendan Cross ........... QB 6-2 200 81 *Terence Davis ........... WR 6-1 195 18 **Danny Dembry ......... WR 6-2 185 55 ***Tristan Dorty.............. DE 6-2 255 92 **Bryson Dunmeyer...... DE 6-2 325 40 **Joey Ehrmann ..........OLB 6-4 220 49 **Derricus Ellis ...........OLB 6-2 240 44 Ben Emert ...................FB 6-1 235 9 *Turner Faulk ............... FL 5-8 170 52 Logan Feimster ...........LS 6-5 250 94 Desmond Floyd ......... DE 6-5 235 59 Antonio Ford .............OG 6-3 315 83 ***Cameron Ford .............TE 6-4 255 84 Jonathan Garcia ..........TE 6-4 250 48 Jordan Garside ............FB 5-10 235 28 *Jharrison Gillespie ...OLB 5-10 205 2 **Chris Givens ............. WR 6-0 195 69 ***Dennis Godfrey ......... OT 6-3 315 71 Hunter Goodwin ........ OT 6-6 290 15 Matt Grasmeyer ......... QB 6-2 185 14 *Jason Green ............... CB 5-11 200 25 *Josh Harris ................. TB 5-10 205 37 **Morgan Harris ........... CB 6-0 190 45 **Riley Haynes ............ ILB 6-1 220 20 Chad Hedlund ............ PK 6-0 165 70 Dylan Heartsill...........OG 6-5 290 75 ***Michael Hoag ............OG 6-6 305 46 Josh Hunt .................OLB 6-1 204 63 Dylan Intemann .........OG 6-5 300 79 *Gabe Irby ...................OG 6-3 325 39 *Justin Jackson ............ LB 6-1 220 20 **Lovell Jackson ............ FL 5-10 185 29 Tyler Jackson ............. TB 6-0 205 87 Matt James ................ WR 6-5 210 43 **Kyle Jarrett ............... ILB 6-2 230

2011 Alphabetical Roster Cl............................Hometown Fr.-R ....................Pahokee, Fla. Fr.-R ..........Rocky Mount, N.C. Fr.-R ..............Jacksonville, Fla. Fr. ............. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Jr.-R ...............Jacksonville, Fla. So.-R .........Rocky Mount, N.C. Fr.-R ................Gainesville, Ga. Jr.-R ...... North Fort Myers, Fla. So.-R ................. Lynchburg, Va Jr.-R ...............Jacksonville, Fla. Sr.-R ..................Lexington, NC So.-R .............. Clarksville, Md. So.-R .................Frederick, Md. Fr. ............................. Apex, NC Fr. ............ Powder Springs, Ga. Fr.-R ..............Jacksonville, Fla. So.-R ................ Alpharetta, Ga. Jr.-R .......................Lilburn, Ga. Sr.-R ...................Ahoskie, N.C. Sr.-R .................Woodleaf, N.C. Jr.-R .................. Charlotte, N.C. Jr.-R .................. Baltimore, Md. Jr.-R ......................... Rome, Ga. Fr.-R .............. Ball Ground, Ga. Jr.-R ........ Winston-Salem, N.C. Fr.-R ............... Statesville, N.C. Fr. .....................Jonesville, S.C. Fr.-R ....................Pahokee, Fla. Sr.-R ................. Anderson, S.C. Fr.-R ............... Cape Coral, Fla. Fr.-R ..............Jacksonville, Fla. So.-R ..................Durham, N.C. Jr.-R ......................Wylie, Texas Sr.-R ................... Sanford, N.C. Fr. ..................... Baltimore, Md. Fr. ............ Grand Rapids, Mich. So.-R ...........White Plains, N.Y. So.-R ..........Duncanville, Texas Jr.-R ......................... Cary, N.C. Jr.-R .... Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Fr. ....................... Argyle, Texas Fr.-R .................. Prattville, Ala. Sr.-R ...............Knoxville, Tenn. Fr. ...............Duncanville, Texas Fr. ................ Wake Forest, N.C. Jr.-R .................Habersham, Ga. So.-R ...........Rockingham, N.C. Jr.-R ........................Tampa, Fla. Fr.-R ...................... Parker, Col. Fr.-R ....................Raleigh, N.C. Sr.-R ....... Winston-Salem, N.C.

No. Name ........................Pos. 38 Alex Kinal .................... P 30 Nick Knott ................. TB 25 Joe LaBarbera ............. SS 78 ***Joe Looney ................OG 34 *Duran Lowe ................ SS 23 *Daniel Mack ............... FS 17 *A.J. Marshall ............. CB 28 Deandre Martin.......... TB 96 Duke Mosby ..............NG 89 Matt Muncy ................TE 82 **Jimmy Newman ......... PK 7 Merrill Noel ............... CB 56 Gods-Power Offor ..... DE 58 *J.D. Oglesby ............. ILB 6 **Kenny Okoro ............. CB 41 *Mike Olson ............... ILB 57 ***Gelo Orange............... DE 80 ***Andrew Parker ............TE 22 ***Brandon Pendergrass . TB 53 Jordan Pineda ............ LB 60 Barrett Powell ........... ILB 72 Cody Preble ............... OL 10 *Tanner Price ............... QB 5 ***Cyhl Quarles ............... SS 26 Sherman Ragland III WR 66 *Chance Raines ..............C 15 Allen Ramsey ............ CB 54 *Kris Redding.............. DE 27 Orville Reynolds........ TB 88 Quan Rucker ............... FL 7 Keenon Rush ............. QB 8 Kevin Sousa ............... QB 93 *Frank Souza ...............NG 13 **Ted Stachitas .............. QB 18 *Josh Strickland ........... FS 68 Colin Summers ..........OG 24 Khiry Sutton .............. TB 29 Dominique Tate ......... CB 86 Brandon Terry ........... WR 14 Patrick Thompson ...... QB 98 *Zach Thompson ......... DE 51 Daniel Vogelsang ....... DE 62 ***Doug Weaver ............. OT 90 Mike White ................ DE 50 *Nikita Whitlock ......... NT 36 Andre Wiggins .........OLB 97 ***Kyle Wilber .............OLB 74 *Garrick Williams ..........C 11 Airyn Willis .............. WR 24 *Alex Wulfeck ................ P

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Ht. 6-4 5-10 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-5 5-9 6-3 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-4 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-5 5-8 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-8 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-2 5-9

Wt. 210 175 205 320 210 200 180 195 280 215 195 180 220 255 190 230 240 245 200 200 215 315 205 210 195 290 175 265 175 205 190 230 280 205 195 320 180 180 205 210 255 265 320 240 260 200 240 310 180 175

Cl............................Hometown Fr. .... Adelaide, South Australia Fr.-R .....................Wylie, Texas Fr.-R .................Danville, Calif. Sr. ..................Lake Worth, Fla. So.-R .................Plant City, Fla. So.-R ......................Miami, Fla. So. .....................Durham, N.C. Fr. ......................... Hialeah, Fla. Fr.-R ............... Washington, DC So.-R ................... Tazewell, Va. Jr. ........................ Oxford, Ala. Fr.-R ....................Pahokee, Fla. Fr. ......................... Hialeah, Fla. So.-R ...... Winston-Salem, N.C. Jr.-R .............. Greensboro, N.C. So.-R ....................Ashburn, Va. Sr.-R ...................... Naples, Fla. Sr. ..................Jacksonville, Fla. Sr.-R ....Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. ............................Boone, NC Jr.-R .....................Pittsboro, NC Fr. ...................Lake Worth, Fla. So. .......................Austin, Texas Sr.-R .......................Tucker, Ga. Fr. .......................Durham, N.C. Jr.-R ...............Jacksonville, Fla. Fr. ............... Ft Lauderdale, Fla. So.-R ............ Douglasville, Ga. Fr. ............... Coral Springs, Fla. So.-R .............. Statesville, N.C. Fr.-R ...................... Atlanta, Ga. Fr. ........................ Orlando, Fla. So.-R ............. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Jr.-R .... Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. So.-R ...... Winston-Salem, N.C. Fr.-R ....................Raleigh, N.C. Fr.-R ....... Winston-Salem, N.C. So.-R ...... Winston-Salem, N.C. Fr.-R ................. Alpharetta, Ga. Fr.-R .....................Ashburn, Va. So.-R ....................Ashburn, Va. Fr.-R .................. Versailles, Ky. Sr.-R .................. Roxboro, N.C. Sr.-R ............... Lewisville, N.C. So.-R ....................Wylie, Texas Fr. .............. San Antonio, Texas Sr.-R .....................Apopka, Fla. Jr.-R .................. Columbia, Mo. Fr. ...................High Point, N.C. So.-R ........... Orange Park., Fla.


Wake Forest Coaches and Records Jim Grobe

Wake Forest Coaches and Records rds

Head Coach (Virginia ‘75)

OVERALL WON/LOSS RECORDS

Record at Wake Forest: 62-60-0 (.508), 10 Yrs Overall: 95-93-1 (.505), 16 Yrs Born: February 17, 1952 Jim Grobe begins his 11th season as head coach at Wake Forest having guided the Deacons to the best decade in their history. Grobe’s 62 wins in 10 seasons for the Deacons are the most of any Wake Forest coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference Era. He also has more ACC wins (32) and more bowl triumphs (3) than any other head coach in Deacon history. Grobe, a 1975 graduate of Virginia, began his 32-year collegiate coaching career as an assistant coach at Emory and Henry in 1978. He then spent five seasons as an assistant at Marshall (1979-83) and then 11 years as an assistant to Fisher DeBerry at the U.S. Air Force Academy (1984-94) before becoming the head coach at Ohio in 1995. After taking over a program which had won only 17 games in 10 years, Grobe posted a six-year mark of 33-33-1. He then became the 32nd head coach in Wake Forest history in December of 2000 and has an overall, 95-93-1 record for 16 years as a head coach. In Winston-Salem, he helped engineer one of the most dramatic turnarounds in NCAA history, taking a program which had managed just 26 victories in the previous eight seasons and guiding the Deacons to a 28-12 record during the 2006-2008 seasons. That record is far and away the best three-year span in Deacon history and includes an 11-3 2006 record; the 2006 ACC Football Championship; a berth in 2007 FedEx Orange Bowl game and a No. 18 final national AP ranking. The Deacons followed that with a 9-4 record in 2007 which included a triumph over Connecticut in the Meinke Car Care Bowl. In 2008, Grobe led the Deacons to an 8-5 record and a win over Navy in the EagleBank Bowl, giving Wake three consecutive years with 8 or more wins and three straight bowl appearances for the first time in school history. Under his supervision, former Deacon QB Riley Skinner completed his career in 2009 as one of the most accurate passers in ACC history (.669) and finished 4th on the ACC career list in passing yardage, 4th in total offense and 2nd in pass completions. Deacon All-America Aaron Curry was chosen as the winner of the 2008 Dick Butkus Award which is presented annualy to the nation’s top linebacker. Wake’s 11 wins in 2006 and nine in 2007 both bettered the previous school record of eight, and its 2006 ACC title was its first since 1970. A native of Huntington, W. Va., Grobe earned his undergraduate and Master’s degrees in 1975 and 1978 from Virginia where he was a two-year starter for the Cavaliers and was a member of the 1974 All-Academic ACC Football Team. Grobe and his wife, Holly, have two sons, Matt and Ben.

Grobe by the Numbers Year School ...........AP/USAACC ..Finish............All ...... Pct. 1995 Ohio ........................................................ 2-8-1 ....... 227 1996 Ohio ........................................................ 6-6-0 ..... .500 1997 Ohio ........................................................ 8-3-0 ...... .727 1998 Ohio ........................................................ 5-6-0 ...... .454 1999 Ohio ........................................................ 5-6-0 ..... .454 2000 Ohio ........................................................ 7-4-0 ...... .636 2001 Wake Forest ...............3-5 ....... T7th........ 6-5-0 ....... 545 2002 Wake Forest ...............3-5 ......... 7th........ 7-6-0 ..... .538 2003 Wake Forest ...............3-5 ......... 7th........ 5-7-0 ..... .416 2004 Wake Forest ...............1-7 ....... T9th........ 4-7-0 ..... .363 2005 Wake Forest ...............3-5 .... T4thA........ 4-7-0 ..... .363 2006 Wake Forest .18/17 ....6-2 ....... 1stA.......11-3-0 ..... .785 2007 Wake Forest ...............5-3 ... T2ndA........ 9-4-0 ..... .692 2008 Wake Forest ...............4-4 .... T3rdA........ 8-5-0 ..... . 615 2009 Wake Forest ...............3-5 .......4thA........ 5-7-0 ..... .416 2010 Wake Forest ...............1-7 .......6thA........ 3-9-0 ...... .250 Wake Forest: 10 years ..32-48 .....(.400).... 62-60-0 ... (.508) Ohio University: 6 years.............................. 33-33-1 ... (.500) Overall Record: 16 years............................. 95-93-1 ... (.505)

Versus ACC Schools: vs. Boston College ..3-5 .. . .... 375 vs. Clemson.............3-7 ........ 300 vs. Duke ................10-0 ..... 1.000 vs. Florida State ......3-7 ........ 300 vs. Georgia Tech .....2-5 .. . .... 285 vs. Maryland ...........3-7 .. . .... 300 vs. Miami ................0-4 ....... .000 vs. North Carolina...4-2 ........ 667 vs. NC State ............5-5 ........ 500 vs. Virginia ..............2-3 ........ 400 vs. Virginia Tech .....0-3 ....... .000

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Head Coach W.C. Dowd..................... (1) W.C. Riddick .................. (2) W.E. Sikes ...................... (3) Unknown ........................ (1) A.P. Hall, Jr. ................... (1) A.T. Myers ..................... (1) Reddy Rowe ................... (1) Frank Thompson ............ (3) Dr. W.C. Smith ............... (2) G.M. Billings ................. (1) E.T. MacDonnell ............ (1) Harry Rabenhorst ........... (2) J.L. White ....................... (2) George Levene ............... (1) Hank Garrity .................. (3) James Baldwin ............... (2) Stanley Cofall ................ (1) F.S. Miller ...................... (4) James Weaver................. (4) D.C. Walker.................. (14) Tom Rogers .................... (5) Paul Amen ...................... (4) Bill Hildebrand .............. (4) Bill Tate .......................... (5) Cal Stoll ......................... (3) Tom Harper .................... (1) Chuck Mills.................... (5) John Mackovic ............... (3) Al Groh .......................... (6) Bill Dooley ..................... (6) Jim Caldwell .................. (8) Jim Grobe ..................... (10)

Years 1888 1889-1890 1891-1893 1895 1908 1909 1910 1911-1913 1914-1915 1916 1917 1918-1919 1920-1921 1922 1923-1925 1926-1927 1928 1929-1932 1933-1936 1937-1950 1951-1955 1956-1959 1960-1963 1964-1968 1969-1971 1972 1973-1977 1978-1980 1981-1986 1987-1992 1993-2000 2001-2010

W 1 3 6 0 1 2 1 5 6 2 1 3 4 3 19 7 2 18 10 77 21 11 7 17 15 2 11 14 26 29 26 62

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY Head Coach Years W Cal Stoll .....................(3) 1969-1971 9 Jim Grobe ................(10) 2001-2010 32 Bill Tate .....................(5) 1964-1968 12 John Mackovic ..........(3) 1978-1980 7 Tom Rogers ...............(3) 1953-1955 6 Bill Dooley ................(5) 1987-1992 14 Paul Amen .................(4) 1956-1959 7 Bill Hildebrand ..........(4) 1960-1963 6 Chuck Mills ...............(5) 1973-1977 6 Al Groh ......................(6) 1981-1986 8 Jim Caldwell ..............(8) 1993-2000 12 Tom Harper ................(1) 1972 1 (Based on Winning Percentage)

L 0 3 2 0 4 4 7 19 10 3 6 8 15 5 7 10 6 15 23 51 25 26 33 32 17 9 43 20 40 36 63 60

T 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 2 4 1 6 4 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

Pct 1.000 .500 .722 .500 .200 .333 .125 .208 .375 .400 .188 .273 .211 .400 .722 .425 .300 .541 .309 .597 .460 .313 .175 .350 .469 .182 .209 .412 .394 .448 .292 .508

L 9 48 19 11 10 29 19 21 23 30 52 5

T 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

Pct .500 .400 .391 .389 .389 .326 .278 .222 .216 .211 .188 .167

L 1 1 0 0 1

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .750 .500 1.000 1.000 .000

BOWL GAMES ONLY Head Coach Bowls Jim Grobe .....................................................(4) D.C.”Peahead” Walker .................................(2) Jim Caldwell .................................................(1) Bill Dooley ...................................................(1) John Mackovic .............................................(1) (Based on Appearances)

W 3 1 1 1 0

- DEMON DEACONS ASSISTANT COACHES Tim Billings (SE Oklahoma State ‘80) .. Co-Def. Coordinator, Defensive Ends, OLBs Tom Elrod (Wake Forest ‘97) ..................Co-Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks Lonnie Galloway (Western Carolina ‘94) ..Co-Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Keith Henry (Catawba ‘89) ...................................................................... Special Teams Brian Knorr (Air Force ‘86) .................. Co-Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers Steed Lobotzke (Air Force ‘92) ...... Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line/Tight Ends Ray McCartney (Guilford ‘80) ....................Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Tackles Billy Mitchell (East Carolina ‘72) .......Associate Head Coach/Running Backs/Kickers Steve Russ (Air Force ‘95) .......................................................... Defensive Secondary

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Wake Forest 2010 Statistics 2010 Wake Forest Results (3-9, 1-7 ACC) Date...... Result ...Opponent ................Att. S2 .........W, 53-13....Presbyterian S11 .......W, 54-48....Duke S18 ........L, 24-68....at Stanford S25 ..........L, 0-31....at Florida State O2..........L, 20-24....Georgia Tech O9..........L, 27-28....Navy O16........L, 21-52....at Virginia Tech O30........L, 14-62....at Maryland N6..........L, 13-23....Boston College N13..........L, 3-38....at NC State N20........L, 10-30....Clemson N27.......W, 34-13....at Vanderbilt

28,205 31,673 39,061 61,647 30,263 31,454 66,233 39,063 29,465 57,161 31,783 21,338

TEAM STATISTICS............... WF OPP SCORING ................................. 273 430 Points Per Game..................... 22.8 35.8 FIRST DOWNS ........................ 190 278 Rushing ....................................111 132 Passing ...................................... 63 131 Penalty....................................... 16 15 RUSHING YARDAGE ........... 1902 2310 Yards gained rushing ............. 2264 2644 Yards lost rushing .................... 362 334 Rushing Attempts .................... 460 491 Average Per Rush ..................... 4.1 4.7 Average Per Game................ 158.5 192.5 TDs Rushing ............................. 23 24 PASSING YARDAGE ............ 1726 2858 Comp-Att-Int...............166-302-10 241-393-11 Average Per Pass ...................... 5.7 7.3 Average Per Catch .................. 10.4 11.9 Average Per Game................ 143.8 238.2 TDs Passing................................. 9 29 TOTAL OFFENSE.................. 3628 5168 Total Plays ............................... 762 884 Average Per Play ...................... 4.8 5.8 Average Per Game................ 302.3 430.7 KICK RETURNS............... 69-1420 52-1139 PUNT RETURNS ................ 14-133 29-266 INT RETURNS .................... 11-113 10-144 KICK RETURN AVG. ............. 20.6 21.9 PUNT RETURN AVG. .............. 9.5 9.2 INT RETURN AVG. ................ 10.3 14.4 FUMBLES-LOST .................... 14-7 27-6 PENALTIES-Yards .............. 59-544 66-601 Average Per Game.................. 45.3 50.1 PUNTS-Yards .................... 75-2712 42-1690 Average Per Punt .................... 36.2 40.2 Net punt average .................... 31.5 34.2 TOP/Game ............................ 27:56 32:04 3RD-DOWN Conv. .............. 62/180 84/178 3rd-Down Pct ......................... 34% 47% 4TH-DOWN Conv. ................ 10/15 13/25 4th-Down Pct ......................... 67% 52% SACKS BY-Yards ................ 22-155 26-201 MISC YARDS ............................... 1 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ....... 34 55 FIELD GOALS-ATT ............. 12-13 16-20 ON-SIDE KICKS....................... 0-0 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES ........... 26-31 50-56 RED-ZONE TDs .................... 18-31 39-56 PAT-ATTEMPTS.................... 31-31 50-54 ATTENDANCE .................. 182843 284503 Games/Avg Per Game ...... 6/30474 6/47417 Neutral Site Games .................. 0/0 0/0

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Opp. | ---------------Offense----------------- | | ---------------Defense ---------------| AP USA Run Pass Total Passes TO Run Pass Total Passes TO 19 -

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415 229 207 103 161 77 254 -3 69 110 54 226

RUSHING ................ Att. Josh Harris 126 Josh Adams 91 Ted Stachitas 35 Devon Brown 18 Michael Campanaro 29 Tanner Price 75 Brandon Pendergrass 24 Tommy Bohanon 17 Chris Givens 16 Skylar Jones 12 Brendan Cross 9 Willie Dixon 1 TEAM 7 Total.......... 460 Opponents...... 491 PASSING........Cmp. Tanner Price .......137 Skylar Jones .........13 Ted Stachitas ........12 Brendan Cross ........2 Marshall Williams ..2 Chris Givens...........0 Michael Campanaro ..0 Total.......... .........166 Opponents...... ...241

94 271 76 82 107 326 92 158 218 78 151 73

509 500 283 185 268 403 346 155 287 188 205 299

10-24-0 13-24-2 8-20-1 11-17-1 10-23-0 37-53-0 4-17-0 17-34-2 19-31-4 10-13-0 17-32-0 10-14-0

Yds. TD Lg. Avg. 720 7 87 5.7 316 3 57 3.5 171 2 34 4.9 134 2 85 7.4 123 1 22 4.2 120 4 28 1.6 115 2 16 4.8 77 0 22 4.5 63 2 22 3.9 41 0 16 3.4 31 0 11 3.4 1 0 1 1.0 -10 0 0 -1.4 1902 23 87 4.1 2310 24 63 4.7

Att. Int. Pct. TD 241 8 56.8 7 27 1 48.1 0 23 1 52.2 0 7 0 28.6 0 3 0 66.7 2 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 302 10 55.0 9 393 11 61.3 29

Yds. 1349 119 131 5 122 0 0 1726 2858

RECEIVING .......Rec. Devon Brown ...........39 Chris Givens.............35 Marshall Williams ....24 Cameron Ford ..........11 Tommy Bohanon ......11 Michael Campanaro .10 Danny Dembry ...........8 Josh Harris .................8 Josh Adams ................7 Andrew Parker ...........6 Terence Davis.............4 Brandon Pendergrass..2 Jordan Williams .........1 Total.......... .............166 Opponents...... .......241

Yds. TD Lg. Avg. 302 1 26 7.7 514 4 81 14.7 272 2 38 11.3 120 0 34 10.9 75 0 11 6.8 107 0 22 10.7 106 1 23 13.2 69 0 15 8.6 61 0 17 8.7 37 0 9 6.2 20 1 8 5.0 20 0 19 10.0 23 0 23 23.0 1726 9 81 10.4 2858 29 70 11.9

PUNTING ............. No. Shane Popham 71 Alex Wulfeck 2 TEAM 2 Total.......... 75 Opponents...... 42

Yds. 2633 68 11 2712 1690

Lg. Blk. Avg. 63 0 37.1 36 0 34.0 11 2 5.5 63 2 36.2 61 2 40.2

PUNT RETURNS. ... No. Yds. TD Lg. Avg. Devon Brown ..................7 82 0 43 11.7 Lovell Jackson ................4 19 0 9 4.8 Chris Givens....................1 10 0 0 10.0 C.J. Washington ..............1 22 0 0 22.0 Michael Campanaro ........1 0 0 0 0.0 Total.......... ....................14 133 0 43 9.5 Opponents...... ..............29 266 0 58 9.2

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1 2 2 2 0 2 0 2 5 1 0 0

70 129 303 201 209 274 291 261 165 59 182 166

292 358 232 284 130 94 314 185 133 328 231 277

KICK RETURNS .... No. Michael Campanaro .28 Chris Givens.............24 Devon Brown ...........11 Lovell Jackson ...........3 Spencer Bishop ..........2 Willie Dixon ...............1 Total.......... ...............69 Opponents...... .........52

362 487 535 485 339 368 605 446 298 387 413 443

24-42-1 28-44-3 20-28-0 26-39-0 11-21-0 8-19-1 22-35-0 16-24-0 12-16-2 28-39-1 19-25-1 27-61-2

1 4 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 2

Yds. TD Lg. Avg. 679 0 53 24.2 435 0 38 18.1 232 0 59 21.1 67 0 25 22.3 12 0 8 6.0 -5 0 1 -5.0 1420 0 59 20.6 1139 0 60 21.9

SCORING ...................TD Jimmy Newman ...................0 Chris Givens.........................7 Josh Harris ...........................7 Tanner Price .........................4 Devon Brown .......................3 Josh Adams ..........................3 Marshall Williams ................2 Ted Stachitas ........................2 Brandon Pendergrass............2 Danny Dembry .....................1 Terence Davis.......................1 Alex Frye .............................1 Michael Campanaro .............1 Kenny Okoro........................0 Turner Faulk .........................0 TEAM ..................................0 Alex Wulfeck .......................0 Total.......... .........................34 Opponents...... ...................55

FGs PAT 12 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 31 16 50

TACKLES ....................... Solo Hunter Haynes ..........................35 Cyhl Quarles .............................45 Kyle Wilber ...............................33 Matt Woodlief ...........................19 Alex Frye ..................................38 Daniel Mack ..............................21 Tristan Dorty .............................22 Nikita Whitlock .........................20 Mike Olson................................23 Joey Ehrmann............................20 Kenny Okoro.............................32 Josh Bush ..................................24 Kevin Johnson...........................20 Kevin Smith ..............................20 Duran Lowe ..............................18 Scott Betros ...............................13 Gelo Orange ..............................14 A.J. Marshall .............................18 Kyle Jarrett ..................................8 INTERCEPTIONS ....... No. Alex Frye ........................ 3 Kenny Okoro................... 2 Daniel Mack .................... 2 Lovell Jackson ................ 1 Joey Ehrmann.................. 1 Scott Betros ..................... 1 Cyhl Quarles ................... 1 Total.......... .................... 11

Yds. 72 1 33 0 7 0 0 113

Ast. 42 26 32 38 17 24 22 24 20 22 7 9 11 11 12 17 8 4 14 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pts. 67 42 42 24 18 18 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 2 0 0 0 273 430 Tot. 77 71 65 57 55 45 44 44 43 42 39 33 31 31 30 30 22 22 22 Lg. 44 1 17 0 7 0 0 44


Boston College Year By Year Hm 3-2-1 4-1 4-0-1 3-2 5-1 6-1 3-2 2-3-1

Rd 2-1 4-0 1-2 1-3 2-1 1-2 2-2 1-3

Nu 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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3-1 6-1 6-0 5-0 5-1 3-3 2-4 4-1 4-2 4-1

1-5 2-1 0-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 2-2 2-2 1-2 4-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1

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4-0 3-3 4-1 5-1 4-2 4-1 4-1 0-6 2-3 5-0

5-2 1-4 3-3 3-2 3-2 4-2 2-4 0-4 3-3 2-4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

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0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-2

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3-2 4-1 4-1 6-0 2-3 3-2 4-2 2-3 1-4 2-4

2-4 4-1-1 4-1 3-2 2-4 5-1 1-4 0-5 1-5 2-2

0-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

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20 4 18 -

0-3 0-1-1 0-1 2-1 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-4 0-2 0-3

Joined BIG EAST in 1991 1991 Tom Coughlin ...........4-7-0 2-4 1992 Tom Coughlin ...........8-3-1 2-1-1 1993 Tom Coughlin ...........9-3-0 5-2 1994 Dan Henning .............7-4-1 3-3-1 1995 Dan Henning .............4-8-0 4-3 1996 Dan Henning .............5-7-0 2-5 1997 Tom O’Brien .............4-7-0 3-4 1998 Tom O’Brien .............4-7-0 3-4 1999 Tom O’Brien .............8-4-0 4-3 2000 Tom O’Brien .............7-5-0 3-4 2001 Tom O’Brien .............8-4-0 4-3 2002 Tom O’Brien .............9-4-0 3-4 2003 Tom O’Brien .............8-5-0 3-4 2004 Tom O’Brien .............9-3-0 4-2

7th 3rd 3rd 5th 5th 6th 5th 5th 3rd 5th 4th 5th 5th 1st

2-3 5-1 4-2 3-1-1 1-4 3-3 3-3 2-4 4-1 5-1 5-1 6-1 2-4 4-1

2-4 3-1-1 4-1 3-3 3-3 2-4 1-4 2-3 4-2 1-4 2-3 2-3 5-1 4-2

0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

21 13 23 23 21

21 21

Joined ACC in 2005 2005 Tom O’Brien .............9-3-0 2006 Tom O’Brien ...........10-3-0 2007 Jeff Jagodzinski ...... 11-3-0 2008 Jeff Jagodzinski ........9-5-0 2009 Frank Spaziani .........8-5-0

5-3 T1stA 5-3 T2ndA 6-2 1stA 5-3 1stA 5-3 2ndA

5-1 7-0 6-1 5-2 6-1

4-2 2-3 4-1 3-1 2-3

0-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-1

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4-3

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Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

Coach W-L ACC Finish Mike Holovak ...........5-3-1 Mike Holovak ...........8-1-0 Mike Holovak ...........5-2-1 Mike Holovak ...........4-5-0 Mike Holovak ...........7-2-0 Mike Holovak ...........7-3-0 Mike Holovak ...........5-4-0 Ernie Hefferle ...........3-6-1 -

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

Ernie Hefferle ...........4-6-0 Jim Miller..................8-2-0 Jim Miller..................6-3-0 Jim Miller..................6-3-0 Jim Miller..................6-4-0 Jim Miller..................4-6-0 Jim Miller..................4-6-0 Joe Yukica .................6-3-0 Joe Yukica .................5-4-0 Joe Yukica .................8-2-0

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1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

Joe Yukica .................9-2-0 Joe Yukica .................4-7-0 Joe Yukica .................7-4-0 Joe Yukica .................8-3-0 Joe Yukica .................7-4-0 Joe Yukica .................8-3-0 Joe Yukica .................6-5-0 Ed Chlebek.............. 0-11-0 Ed Chlebek................5-6-0 Ed Chlebek................7-4-0

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

Jack Bicknell .............5-6-0 Jack Bicknell .............8-3-1 Jack Bicknell .............9-3-0 Jack Bicknell ...........10-2-0 Jack Bicknell .............4-8-0 Jack Bicknell .............9-3-0 Jack Bicknell .............5-6-0 Jack Bicknell .............3-8-0 Jack Bicknell .............2-9-0 Jack Bicknell .............4-7-0

Frank Spaziani .........7-6-0

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-1 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0-1 0 2 0-1 0 0 0-1 0 2 0-1 0 3 0-1 0 2 0-0 0 0

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 15.2 155.0 60.2 21.7 235.1 67.2 22.3 217.5 113.8 16.6 232.2 76.7 17.6 142.9 125.6 22.9 188.1 139.1 18.0 96.0 175.3 14.6 161.3 121.9

Total 215.2 302.2 331.3 308.9 268.5 327.2 271.3 283.2

DEFENSE Pts Rush Pass 15.4 149.0 68.6 8.2 126.3 58.2 9.9 117.5 88.0 10.9 130.1 101.2 14.3 114.7 93.4 12.7 106.0 88.2 13.7 127.7 156.1 14.6 130.0 124.7

Total 217.6 184.5 205.5 231.3 208.1 194.2 283.8 254.7

2 4 2 4 3 2 5 3 2 4

11.7 25.0 19.9 12.4 20.9 13.3 22.7 28.1 24.2 30.7

132.0 182.6 143.3 124.2 193.6 142.0 243.9 243.9 160.4 220.8

104.9 149.9 148.3 117.8 329.8 169.2 218.4 218.4 174.3 182.2

236.9 332.5 291.6 242.0 523.4 311.2 462.3 462.3 334.7 403.0

18.9 12.3 13.2 12.2 11.7 20.3 21.2 21.7 27.2 14.2

178.3 124.0 181.3 130.3 131.3 172.4 185.0 185.0 292.6 119.8

106.9 112.8 106.6 72.0 89.4 133.4 170.8 170.8 124.1 135.2

285.2 236.8 287.9 202.7 220.7 305.8 355.8 355.8 416.7 255.0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 2 8 4 4 8 0 2 3 3

23.5 21.9 28.3 33.2 20.6 21.6 22.0 13.9 20.8 18.1

218.4 224.7 258.7 272.8 216.1 252.7 148.3 143.5 227.2 122.9

132.3 125.5 124.5 134.2 103.3 84.1 204.3 123.5 120.1 156.8

350.6 350.3 384.2 406.0 319.4 336.8 352.5 267.1 347.3 279.7

10.6 23.5 15.6 14.0 13.3 11.5 24.5 26.7 21.0 16.9

118.8 211.4 183.1 144.0 115.4 151.1 168.9 272.8 159.1 163.5

122.5 166.6 132.1 116.4 117.6 105.5 126.1 65.1 176.2 131.8

241.3 378.0 315.2 260.4 233.0 256.6 295.0 337.9 335.3 295.4

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0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 3 5 2 4 3 4 1 1

22.1 23.5 30.2 36.7 18.5 28.2 22.2 22.5 18.8 20.7

164.3 155.1 183.4 167.6 111.6 191.2 153.5 131.2 141.5 189.1

190.9 265.8 267.4 315.7 269.2 201.5 211.5 225.0 196.8 179.1

355.2 420.9 450.8 483.4 380.8 392.7 365.9 356.2 338.4 368.2

27.1 16.9 15.5 23.5 25.6 19.4 25.4 28.6 23.0 21.7

216.1 182.2 176.2 201.2 166.7 143.4 215.1 227.9 194.6 70.3

142.5 167.2 154.2 191.3 195.5 178.7 158.9 177.2 155.2 223.2

358.5 349.4 330.4 392.5 362.2 322.0 374.0 405.1 349.8 293.5

0-5 1-1 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-5 0-2 0-4 0-1 0-3 0-3 1-2 2-2 2-0

3 6 8 8 5 4 6 5 6 6 9 5 6 10

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 2 4 2 2 2 3 3 1 2 3 2 0

22.4 27.9 34.0 23.8 17.3 22.0 21.5 28.0 24.5 31.5 28.8 30.2 28.5 24.7

153.0 233.5 195.5 173.1 131.9 144.1 181.6 195.8 177.5 201.0 208.2 158.8 182.1 140.1

194.5 204.9 310.9 204.5 183.8 210.3 221.9 215.7 203.2 213.9 188.3 231.5 222.2 245.3

347.5 438.4 506.3 346.1 315.7 354.4 403.5 411.5 380.6 414.9 396.5 390.3 404.2 385.4

22.5 18.1 20.0 12.7 26.8 30.3 28.5 25.1 22.4 23.6 19.2 19.5 25.5 16.9

162.2 155.8 157.0 108.8 194.8 189.7 200.1 163.8 144.9 212.5 153.5 166.6 128.7 128.8

207.2 152.9 169.2 159.1 189.5 215.4 194.4 234.2 242.4 168.2 173.7 172.1 229.5 204.0

369.4 308.7 326.1 245.6 384.3 405.1 394.5 398.0 387.3 380.7 327.2 338.7 358.2 332.8

17 20 11 -

1-2 3-1 3-1 2-0 0-1

1 2 3 3 4

1 1 3 6 2

3 2 3 2 1

25.8 26.0 28.3 24.7 24.8

145.0 114.5 101.1 143.3 136.9

242.8 241.2 323.9 176.5 187.0

387.8 355.6 425.1 319.8 323.9

15.9 15.7 20.4 18.4 19.8

90.8 107.9 75.5 91.2 103.2

220.8 202.9 253.9 176.9 224.5

311.6 316.8 329.4 268.1 327.6

-

0-2

3

1

1

18.5

127.9 171.2

299.1

19.5

82.8

226.9

309.7

86


Clemson Year By Year Final AP 19 12 11

Final Coach 18 13 -

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

-

-

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-3 1-1 0-0 0-2

1 0 1 2 0 4 5 6 5 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

3 2 1 3 1 3 1 4 2 3

19.7 19.9 16.8 18.1 10.5 11.7 17.4 16.6 18.4 17.8

194.4 178.3 205.4 195.5 168.8 156.9 152.0 188.7 180.3 140.2

0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

19 6 -

7 -

0-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-3 2-0 1-2

2 3 1 3 4 1 0 7 10 6

1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 1

1 3 2 1 0 4 0 3 6 3

14.9 13.8 13.0 21.0 22.4 16.1 15.6 20.5 31.9 17.0

4-2 6-0 5-0-1 6-0-1 5-1 3-3 3-1-1 7-1 5-1 5-1

2-3 0-0 5-0 1-0 3-1 1-0 3-1 0-0 2-2 0-1 3-2 0-1 4-1 1-0-1 2-1 1-0 4-1 1-0 4-1 1-0

1 8 11 17 12 9 12

1 19 10 8 11

0-2 3-0 2-1 2-0-1 0-3 0-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 3-0

3 8 5 7 6 4 6 7 4 6

1 5 1 3 3 1 2 4 1 2

2 6 10 6 6 0 4 3 5 3

6-0 6-0-1 4-2 6-1 4-2 3-3 5-1 3-3 3-4 3-2

3-2 2-1 1-4 2-2 1-4 5-0 2-3 4-1 0-4 3-3

1-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1

9 18 22 -

9 17 23 -

1-2 2-0 2-2 2-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 0-2 0-3 1-4

8 9 1 2 1 4 3 5 1 2

3 3 1 1 0 2 1 2 1 1

6-2 T2nd 4-4 T4th 4-4 T5th 5-3 3rd 4-4 T6th 4-4 3rdA 5-3 T2ndA 5-3 T2ndA 4-4 T3rdA 6-2 1stA

6-1 3-3 5-2 6-1 5-1 4-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 6-1

3-1 3-2 4-2 2-3 1-4 3-2 2-2 4-1 2-2 2-3

0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-2 1-1

16 22 21 21 24

14 22 21 22 -

1-2 1-3 0-4 3-1 1-2 3-2 2-0 1-3 0-3 1-2

6 1 4 1 2 2 5 4 5 8

4-4 T4thA

5-2

1-4

0-1

-

-

1-3

5

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Frank Howard ..........3-5-1 1-2 6th Frank Howard ..........5-5-0 1-2 5th Frank Howard ..........7-3-0 3-1 3rd Frank Howard ..........7-2-2 4-0-1 1st Frank Howard ..........7-3-0 4-3 T3rd Frank Howard ..........8-3-0 5-1 1st Frank Howard ..........9-2-0 6-1 1st

Hm 2-2 3-1 3-1 4-0 3-1 4-0 3-1

Rd Nu 1-3-1 0-0 1-4 1-0 4-2 0-0 3-1-2 0-1-0 4-2 0-0 4-2 0-1 5-1 1-0

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Frank Howard ..........6-4-0 4-2 Frank Howard ..........5-5-0 3-3 Frank Howard ..........6-4-0 5-1 Frank Howard ..........5-4-1 5-2 Frank Howard ..........3-7-0 2-4 Frank Howard ..........5-5-0 4-3 Frank Howard ..........6-4-0 6-1 Frank Howard ..........6-4-0 6-0 Frank Howard ..........4-5-1 4-1-1 Frank Howard ..........4-6-0 3-3

4th T3rd 2nd T3rd 7th T1st 1st 1st 2nd T3rd

5-0 3-2 2-3 2-1-1 2-2 4-1 4-0 3-2 2-2 2-2

1-4 2-3 4-1 3-3 1-5 1-4 2-4 3-2 2-3-1 2-4

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Hootie Ingram ..........3-8-0 2-4 T6th Hootie Ingram ..........5-6-0 4-2 2nd Hootie Ingram ..........4-7-0 2-4 5th Red Parker ................5-6-0 4-2 3rd Red Parker ................7-4-0 4-2 T2nd Red Parker ................2-9-0 2-3 5th Red Parker ................3-6-2 0-4-1 7th Charley Pell ..............8-3-1 4-1-1 2nd C. Pell/D. Ford ........ 11-1-0 6-0 1st Danny Ford ...............8-4-0 4-2 T2nd

2-4 2-3 3-2 3-3 6-0 1-4 2-2-1 3-2 6-0 4-2

1-4 1-3 1-5 2-3 1-4 1-5 1-4-1 5-0-1 4-1 4-1

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Danny Ford ...............6-5-0 2-4 Danny Ford ...........12-0-0 6-0 Danny Ford ...............9-1-1 6-0 Danny Ford ...............9-1-1 7-0 Danny Ford ...............7-4-0 5-2 Danny Ford ...............6-6-0 4-3 Danny Ford ...............8-2-2 5-1-1 Danny Ford .............10-2-0 6-1 Danny Ford .............10-2-0 6-1 Danny Ford .............10-2-0 5-2

T4th 1st 1st T3rd 1st 1st 1st 3rd

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Ken Hatfield............10-2-0 5-2 T2nd Ken Hatfield..............9-2-1 6-0-1 1st Ken Hatfield .............5-6-0 3-5 7th K. Hatfield/T. West ...9-3-0 5-3 3rd Tommy West .............5-6-0 4-4 6th Tommy West .............8-4-0 6-2 3rd Tommy West .............7-5-0 6-2 2nd Tommy West .............7-5-0 4-4 5th Tommy West .............3-8-0 1-7 T8th Tommy Bowden ........6-6-0 5-3 T2nd

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tommy Bowden ........9-3-0 Tommy Bowden ........7-5-0 Tommy Bowden ........7-6-0 Tommy Bowden ........9-4-0 Tommy Bowden ........6-5-0 Tommy Bowden ........8-4-0 Tommy Bowden ........8-5-0 Tommy Bowden ........9-4-0 T. Bowden/D. Shaw ..7-6-0 Dabo Swinney ...........9-5-0

2010

Dabo Swinney ...........6-7-0

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-3 0 0 1 1-2 1 0 3 0-2 1 1 3 1-2-1 1 1 2 0-2 1 0 2 0-1 1 0 5 2-1 4 1 5

87

Pts 15.6 19.3 20.6 14.6 21.6 16.9 26.2

OFFENSE Rush Pass 199.1 95.8 211.3 83.5 220.0 85.7 216.5 34.6 223.2 104.5 225.8 89.5 192.5 106.5

DEFENSE Rush Pass 164.2 98.3 96.9 79.2 152.1 84.4 192.2 52.6 156.2 59.7 140.3 108.8 108.5 88.6

Total 305.6 294.8 305.7 251.1 327.7 315.3 299.0

Pts 19.1 12.1 14.4 7.4 7.9 13.1 9.6

Total 273.4 176.1 246.5 244.8 215.9 249.1 197.1

111.6 129.2 84.3 118.0 55.9 122.0 153.6 123.4 129.1 175.5

306.0 307.5 289.7 313.9 224.5 278.9 305.6 312.1 309.4 315.7

12.4 12.6 13.0 14.0 13.5 13.7 17.7 12.8 17.9 25.0

112.1 127.5 121.3 93.1 160.5 151.4 175.3 139.6 131.9 194.3

100.0 106.5 119.0 91.6 110.5 100.1 141.1 118.1 206.7 164.6

212.1 234.0 240.3 184.7 271.0 251.5 316.4 257.7 338.6 358.9

109.2 139.8 187.1 227.0 231.2 174.9 223.8 205.4 296.5 238.4

141.7 122.2 79.1 137.5 101.5 163.5 113.2 140.7 140.2 90.8

250.9 262.0 266.2 364.5 332.6 338.4 337.0 346.1 436.7 329.2

28.5 19.5 22.3 23.9 22.7 34.6 21.5 11.7 10.5 8.4

252.8 196.8 221.2 259.1 236.1 310.5 235.0 170.5 153.9 117.5

180.6 117.2 133.0 111.1 128.5 92.5 146.8 103.7 100.3 120.0

433.5 314.0 354.2 370.2 364.6 403.0 381.8 274.2 254.2 237.5

19.7 28.7 26.3 30.7 31.5 21.0 24.5 27.1 29.9 31.0

181.2 256.5 236.7 250.2 211.5 225.2 273.4 244.3 277.6 234.9

152.9 144.3 115.0 133.4 168.9 130.3 108.2 123.3 119.7 148.1

334.1 400.8 351.7 383.5 380.4 355.5 381.6 367.6 397.4 383.0

20.2 8.2 13.4 18.2 19.5 18.4 15.1 15.1 13.7 11.9

150.2 88.7 97.4 144.4 174.6 173.6 103.5 80.0 116.2 94.6

153.3 162.8 226.3 222.5 175.6 185.5 206.0 160.0 163.4 173.3

303.5 251.3 323.6 366.9 350.3 359.2 309.5 240.0 279.5 267.9

8 4 5 2 1 3 2 5 6 0

27.5 27.6 23.7 16.7 14.9 27.6 21.6 25.0 19.8 28.6

255.3 255.7 257.1 182.9 173.9 259.6 199.2 161.1 120.4 157.0

104.7 154.0 111.5 133.5 98.5 140.2 142.5 201.2 184.5 246.6

360.0 409.7 368.5 316.4 272.4 399.7 341.6 362.3 304.9 403.6

9.9 13.5 19.4 16.3 17.1 16.2 21.0 18.0 24.7 21.5

71.7 53.4 120.1 128.5 113.5 122.0 140.6 88.3 104.5 135.6

145.2 209.8 212.3 213.5 217.3 205.0 202.9 224.3 215.5 202.2

216.9 263.2 332.4 341.8 330.7 327.0 343.6 312.6 320.1 337.8

3 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 5

3 0 2 2 3 3 5 2 4 3

36.0 29.1 25.4 28.1 21.5 26.3 32.7 33.1 25.2 31.1

236.4 184.3 120.7 136.8 107.5 153.0 217.8 161.2 111.5 170.4

210.1 237.2 242.8 283.6 188.1 231.6 193.1 242.1 217.8 192.0

446.5 421.5 363.5 420.5 295.6 384.6 410.9 403.2 329.4 362.4

19.3 28.6 26.8 19.2 20.8 17.6 16.2 18.7 17.3 20.4

101.8 163.9 158.2 131.8 135.6 120.6 103.1 118.3 127.4 151.5

238.6 226.0 197.2 204.5 191.6 196.0 177.7 188.5 172.5 162.8

340.5 389.9 355.4 336.3 327.3 316.6 280.8 306.8 299.9 314.3

3

6

24.0

139.0 195.6

334.6

18.8

128.5

191.8

320.3


Duke Year By Year Final AP 18 14 16 -

Final Coach 18 14 16 20 14 -

1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0

10 20 -

11 14 14 -

2-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

4 2 3 3 2 5 3 3 2 2

2 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

4-2 2-3 1-3 0-4-1 1-4 2-4 4-2-1 4-2 0-6 1-4-1

0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

-

-

1-2 2-0 0-3 0-3 0-3 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-1

5 4 5 3 3 6 5 1 0 0

1-4 3-2 3-2 2-3 1-4 3-2 3-2 4-1 3-2 5-0

1-5 3-3 3-3 1-5 1-5 1-5 1-5 1-5 4-1-1 3-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

-

-

0-3 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-2

7th T7th 9th 7th T3rd 8th 9th 9th T6th T5th

2-3 3-2 2-4 2-3 5-1 2-3 0-5 2-4 4-7 3-8

2-4 1-3-1 0-5 1-5 3-2 1-4 0-6 0-5 2-6 3-5

0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

-

-

9th 9th 9th 8th T9th 6thC 6thC 6thC 6thC 5thC

0-5 0-6 1-5 3-4 2-3 1-5 0-7 0-6 3-4 2-4

0-6 0-5 1-5 1-4 0-6 0-5 0-5 1-5 1-4 3-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

-

1-7 T5thC

2-5

1-4

0-0

-

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Bill Murray ...............7-2-1 4-0 1st Bill Murray ...............8-2-1 4-0 1st Bill Murray ...............7-2-1 4-0 1st Bill Murray ...............5-4-1 4-1 2nd Bill Murray ...............6-3-2 5-1-1 2nd Bill Murray ...............5-5-0 3-2 3rd Bill Murray ...............4-6-0 2-3 6th

Hm 4-0 3-1 3-1 3-2-1 4-1 3-1 2-2

Rd Nu 2-1 1-1-1 4-0-1 1-1 4-1 0-0-1 2-1 0-1 2-1-1 0-1-1 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Bill Murray ...............8-3-0 5-1 Bill Murray ...............7-3-0 5-1 Bill Murray ...............8-2-0 6-0 Bill Murray ...............5-4-1 5-2 Bill Murray ...............4-5-1 3-2-1 Bill Murray ...............6-4-0 4-2 Tom Harp ..................5-5-0 2-3 Tom Harp ..................4-6-0 2-4 Tom Harp ..................4-6-0 3-4 Tom Harp ..................3-6-1 3-3-1

1st 1st 1st T3rd 2nd 3rd 6th 6th 5th T3rd

4-0 3-1 4-1 3-2 3-1 3-1 2-2 0-3 2-2 2-1

3-3 2-2 3-1 1-2-1 1-4-1 3-3 3-3 2-3 1-4 1-4-1

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Tom Harp ..................6-5-0 5-2 Mike McGee..............6-5-0 2-3 Mike McGee..............5-6-0 3-3 Mike McGee..............2-8-1 1-4-1 Mike McGee..............6-5-0 2-4 Mike McGee..............4-5-2 3-0-2 Mike McGee..............5-5-1 2-3-1 Mike McGee..............5-6-0 2-4 Mike McGee..............4-7-0 2-4 Red Wilson ................2-8-1 0-6

2nd 3rd 4th 5th 5th 2nd 4th 5th 5th 7th

2-2 3-1 3-2 2-3 5-0 2-1-2 1-3 1-4 4-1 1-4

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Red Wilson ................2-9-0 1-5 Red Wilson ..............6-5-0 3-3 Red Wilson ................6-5-0 3-3 Steve Sloan ................3-8-0 3-3 Steve Sloan ................2-9-0 1-5 Steve Sloan ................4-7-0 2-5 Steve Sloan ................4-7-0 2-5 Steve Spurrier ...........5-6-0 2-5 Steve Spurrier ...........7-3-1 3-3-1 Steve Spurrier ...........8-4-0 6-1

7th 4th T3rd 4th T6th T6th 6th 7th 6th T1st

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Barry Wilson.............4-7-0 Barry Wilson.............4-6-1 Barry Wilson ............2-9-0 Barry Wilson.............3-8-0 Fred Goldsmith.........8-4-0 Fred Goldsmith.........3-8-0 Fred Goldsmith....... 0-11-0 Fred Goldsmith.........2-9-0 Fred Goldsmirth .......4-7-0 Carl Franks ...............3-8-0

1-6 1-6 0-8 2-6 5-3 1-7 0-8 0-8 2-6 3-5

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Carl Franks ............. 0-11-0 Carl Franks ............. 0-11-0 Carl Franks .............2-10-0 C. Franks/T. Roof .....4-8-0 Ted Roof ....................2-9-0 Ted Roof ..................... 1-10 Ted Roof ..................... 0-12 Ted Roof ..................... 1-11 David Cutcliffe..........4-8-0 David Cutcliffe..........5-7-0

0-8 0-8 0-8 2-6 1-7 0-8 0-8 0-8 1-7 3-5

2010

David Cutcliffe..........3-9-0

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-1 4 2 5 0-2-1 3 0 3 1-1-1 3 0 4 1-3-1 2 0 7 2-1-2 3 3 8 1-2 2 1 4 1-3 2 1 4

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 21.9 221.9 64.4 23.6 212.5 91.7 28.0 216.5 64.2 18.4 254.4 59.9 16.1 236.6 53.8 12.8 188.6 85.9 10.4 153.2 66.9

Total 286.3 301.6 280.7 314.3 290.4 274.5 220.1

Pts 8.1 15.4 6.7 10.0 8.7 13.1 15.9

4 3 1 1 4 3 2 1 2 1

16.6 18.3 19.9 23.0 14.8 21.6 16.4 14.3 21.4 16.1

187.1 158.2 180.8 173.8 143.9 188.7 140.6 183.5 158.0 131.0

94.9 140.9 122.1 151.6 122.7 157.7 110.2 120.4 265.3 172.5

282.0 299.1 302.9 325.4 266.6 346.4 250.8 303.9 423.3 303.5

10.8 10.6 10.5 19.8 13.5 15.7 23.7 15.3 28.7 22.4

144.9 132.0 124.0 157.6 156.9 133.0 148.5 143.3 259.0 291.0

120.6 92.1 140.0 164.6 116.1 133.4 143.6 116.8 165.1 111.2

265.5 224.1 264.0 322.2 273.0 266.4 292.1 261.1 424.1 402.2

1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

3 1 4 1 1 0 3 1 1 0

20.8 15.5 12.0 12.0 18.3 17.9 21.3 21.0 9.8 13.8

171.3 197.6 211.0 165.8 177.5 214.5 235.4 198.6 148.6 141.6

205.9 82.5 78.8 104.3 153.1 155.9 98.0 125.1 113.8 107.5

377.1 280.0 289.8 270.1 330.6 370.4 333.4 323.7 262.5 249.2

22.9 13.5 14.2 18.5 18.9 19.3 22.3 20.1 22.5 24.0

223.5 159.4 164.9 190.1 201.5 248.3 229.5 213.0 225.3 279.9

131.2 147.1 131.2 99.2 108.6 119.8 110.3 130.4 133.2 104.7

354.7 306.5 296.1 289.3 310.1 368.1 339.8 343.4 358.5 384.6

2 3 4 4 0 0 1 1 4 4

0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 2

0 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2

19.5 19.1 27.9 22.4 11.6 17.5 18.2 27.4 29.5 32.4

68.0 154.8 149.2 125.5 100.5 132.6 141.3 106.0 113.0 178.7

228.0 215.3 304.5 284.7 183.6 202.9 179.9 313.0 351.6 323.0

296.0 370.1 453.6 410.2 284.2 335.5 321.2 419.0 464.6 501.7

26.9 20.9 26.4 31.8 27.4 22.9 25.8 22.1 29.5 26.0

254.8 200.9 215.4 245.6 206.8 165.5 178.5 137.0 219.5 177.6

126.5 123.4 204.9 191.3 185.2 183.6 201.8 264.6 182.7 229.9

381.3 324.3 420.3 436.9 392.0 349.1 380.3 401.6 402.2 407.5

0-3 0-2 0-4 1-4 1-1 0-4 0-3 0-2 0-2 0-2

0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 1 1

21.8 21.0 24.1 19.5 32.7 25.5 14.6 20.3 20.8 19.7

123.8 83.6 120.5 106.1 148.7 107.4 104.0 126.1 146.8 73.6

249.6 262.5 242.7 273.7 224.4 247.1 187.4 181.1 192.6 234.9

373.5 346.0 363.1 379.8 373.1 354.5 291.4 307.2 338.9 308.6

26.8 25.5 31.2 31.7 22.5 35.1 34.5 31.0 29.0 33.0

234.2 188.8 194.2 202.0 254.4 268.7 207.3 189.8 156.0 181.1

142.3 194.3 214.5 238.5 254.4 217.5 198.9 219.5 192.4 241.2

376.5 383.1 408.7 440.5 382.5 486.2 406.2 409.3 348.4 422.3

-

0-2 0-4 0-1 0-3 0-3 0-4 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-4

1 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 3 4

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

14.1 19.3 18.9 17.6 16.6 16.1 14.9 17.0 20.1 25.2

82.4 113.0 158.4 172.1 94.1 127.1 98.2 64.0 106.2 63.5

198.5 231.2 199.9 170.9 171.4 121.0 185.2 207.1 197.7 305.0

280.9 344.2 358.3 343.0 265.5 248.1 283.4 271.1 303.8 368.5

39.1 44.6 29.4 28.6 29.3 37.1 33.8 33.2 23.4 28.3

185.4 245.6 120.5 158.2 225.7 207.3 168.0 180.2 151.5 152.8

272.4 246.4 254.7 216.9 200.7 204.0 227.3 244.1 205.4 215.8

457.8 492.0 375.2 375.1 426.5 411.3 395.3 424.3 356.9 368.6

-

0-2

2

1

0

25.2

110.0 271.3

381.3

35.4

208.2

241.8

450.1

88

DEFENSE Rush Pass 144.3 79.1 216.5 67.5 137.0 76.5 169.2 82.2 151.8 81.8 166.9 100.9 150.9 111.5

Total 223.4 289.0 213.4 251.4 233.6 267.8 262.4


Florida State Year By Year Nu 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

Final AP -

Final Coach -

0-4-1 0-0 0-4-1 0-0 1-2-3 0-0 0-3-1 0-0 3-1-1 1-0 0-5 0-0 3-2 0-1 3-1-1 0-0-1 4-0 1-1 2-3-1 0-0

-

11 15 14 -

0-1 0-1-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0-2 2-1 0-2

-

0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0

2 2 1 1 5 3 2 5 5 4

11.1 9.3 17.0 16.7 22.7 12.1 25.4 23.3 28.1 22.0

128.9 148.4 154.1 134.4 138.6 139.6 127.7 120.2 148.4 104.9

0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1

14 6

19 11 8

0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-5 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-1

-

0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 5

1 3 6 1 1 3 2 4 2 4

23.1 24.6 26.2 8.9 11.8 17.0 18.6 24.9 28.4 29.0

3-1 0-1 3-3 0-0 4-1 1-0 3-3 1-0 3-1-1 0-0-1 3-2 1-0 2-3 1-0 5-0 1-0 3-1 1-0 4-0 1-1

5 13 17 15 2 3 3

5 10 19 13 20 2 3 2

3-1 1-4 2-2 1-3 1-3 2-2 0-3 2-1 3-1 5-1

-

6 1 0 2 2 1 1 5 3 4

5 3 0 2 4 7 1 4 6 6

2-0 3-0

4 4

4 4

2-2 5-1

-

3 4

4-1 4-1 4-1 2-2 3-0 5-1 4-1 4-0

1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-1 2-0

2 1 4 4 3 3 3 1

2 1 5 5 3 3 3 1

5-1 6-1 4-1-1 0-2 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-0

5 8 10 7 6 7 7 9

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Tom Nugent...............5-5-0 ----Tom Nugent...............8-4-0 ----Tom Nugent...............5-5-0 ----Tom Nugent...............5-4-1 ----Tom Nugent...............4-6-0 ----Tom Nugent...............7-4-0 ----Perry Moss ................4-6-0 -----

Hm 4-2 3-2 3-2 3-1-1 3-3 5-0 2-3

Rd 1-3 4-1 2-3 2-3 1-3 2-2 2-3

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Bill Peterson ..............3-6-1 Bill Peterson ..............4-5-1 Bill Peterson ..............4-3-3 Bill Peterson ..............4-5-1 Bill Peterson ..............9-1-1 Bill Peterson ..............4-5-1 Bill Peterson ..............6-5-0 Bill Peterson ..............7-2-2 Bill Peterson ..............8-3-0 Bill Peterson ..............6-3-1

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3-2 4-1 3-1 4-2 5-0 4-0-1 2-3 4-1 3-2 4-1

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Bill Peterson ..............7-4-0 Larry Jones ...............8-4-0 Larry Jones ...............7-4-0 Larry Jones ............. 0-11-0 Darrell Mudra ........1-10-0 Darrell Mudra ..........3-8-0 Bobby Bowden ..........5-6-0 Bobby Bowden ........10-2-0 Bobby Bowden ..........8-3-0 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-1-0

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5-1 5-0 3-2 0-5 0-6 1-4 3-2 5-1 5-1 5-0

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Bobby Bowden ........10-2-0 Bobby Bowden ..........6-5-0 Bobby Bowden ..........9-3-0 Bobby Bowden ..........8-4-0 Bobby Bowden ..........7-3-2 Bobby Bowden ..........9-3-0 Bobby Bowden ..........7-4-1 Bobby Bowden ......... 11-10 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-1-0 Bobby Bowden ........10-2-0

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7-0 3-2 4-2 4-1 4-2 5-1 4-1-1 5-1 7-0 5-1

1990 1991

Bobby Bowden ........10-2-0 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-2-0

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6-0 5-1

2-2 3-1

Joined Atlantic Coast Conference in 1992. 1992 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-1-0 8-0 1st 1993 Bobby Bowden ........12-1-0 8-0 1st 1994 Bobby Bowden ........10-1-1 8-0 1st 1995 Bobby Bowden ........10-2-0 7-1 T1st 1996 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-1-0 8-0 1st 1997 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-1-0 8-0 1st 1998 Bobby Bowden ........ 11-2-0 7-1 T1st 1999 Bobby Bowden ........12-0-0 8-0 1st

6-0 6-0 4-0-1 6-0 6-0 5-0 6-0 6-0

2-2 2-4 3-2 0-6 1-4 2-4 2-4 4-1 3-2 5-0

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-0 0 3 0-0 0 2 0-1 0 2 0-1 0 1 0-2 0 2 0-1 0 0 0-1 0 0

Pts 18.3 23.4 14.7 17.8 13.6 21.2 14.9

OFFENSE Rush Pass 214.2 93.6 153.6 158.6 151.7 99.0 172.7 96.0 164.2 78.6 177.3 104.3 126.7 122.2

DEFENSE Rush Pass 159.5 62.8 163.5 81.8 196.0 108.9 182.7 81.2 212.7 78.9 164.6 67.5 159.1 109.0

Total 307.8 311.6 250.7 268.7 242.8 281.6 248.9

Pts 14.6 13.0 18.6 11.6 16.5 10.9 13.2

Total 222.3 245.3 304.9 263.9 291.6 232.1 268.1

104.6 67.2 159.6 115.6 202.9 129.6 246.7 258.4 284.4 255.0

233.5 215.6 313.7 250.0 341.5 269.2 374.4 378.6 432.8 359.9

13.6 12.8 6.9 9.3 6.6 11.9 18.7 17.0 18.0 18.2

184.0 152.6 130.1 138.4 75.0 183.5 145.3 150.9 181.1 156.0

99.3 113.2 69.3 88.5 106.1 121.2 154.3 114.6 139.2 123.9

283.3 265.8 199.4 226.9 181.1 304.7 199.6 265.5 320.3 279.9

125.4 118.6 136.4 106.0 154.8 163.9 166.0 148.8 161.2 169.2

258.0 250.0 270.4 154.4 160.8 171.4 185.5 224.2 249.9 201.3

383.4 368.6 406.8 260.3 315.6 335.3 351.5 373.0 411.1 370.5

17.7 11.7 20.4 30.1 26.3 19.4 23.5 13.9 18.9 12.4

169.2 133.8 174.5 276.5 279.0 250.5 279.9 161.2 181.8 118.6

151.0 126.3 155.4 168.7 127.2 63.5 86.3 106.1 144.3 124.1

320.2 260.1 329.2 445.2 406.2 313.9 358.2 267.3 326.1 242.7

32.0 21.8 35.3 32.1 35.3 33.5 33.2 40.9 40.2 34.8

194.4 177.7 212.6 229.3 274.6 215.4 186.8 272.3 199.5 137.9

145.2 171.6 253.2 215.2 176.2 188.9 194.7 215.1 243.3 313.5

339.6 349.4 465.8 444.5 450.8 404.3 381.5 487.4 442.8 451.4

7.7 26.0 22.0 28.1 21.3 21.4 18.6 12.3 15.0 16.5

89.5 166.9 198.3 179.7 156.3 147.0 130.2 132.1 151.1 136.0

118.7 215.2 173.8 200.2 217.3 174.9 167.7 142.1 131.2 187.5

208.2 382.1 366.4 379.9 373.6 321.9 297.9 274.2 282.3 323.5

5 6

39.5 36.6

194.3 253.2 190.6 259.5

447.5 450.1

17.2 15.5

149.6 82.8

166.4 198.4

316.0 281.3

5 5 5 3 4 8 5 4

6 6 10 4 7 9 4 7

38.1 43.2 36.9 48.4 38.7 39.7 32.1 37.5

204.7 222.3 189.1 222.0 178.0 112.1 149.8 122.8

257.1 325.8 294.0 328.7 231.0 340.0 251.6 302.9

461.8 548.0 483.1 550.7 409.0 452.1 401.3 425.7

15.6 9.4 16.6 20.0 11.1 15.2 11.5 15.8

100.3 98.5 97.7 132.0 59.0 51.9 79.8 98.8

192.2 186.0 169.1 213.4 170.5 189.5 135.0 205.8

292.5 284.5 267.0 345.4 229.5 241.4 214.8 304.6

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Bobby Bowden ........ 11-2-0 Bobby Bowden ..........8-4-0 Bobby Bowden ..........9-5-0 Bobby Bowden ........10-3-0 Bobby Bowden ..........9-3-0 Bobby Bowden ..........8-5-0 Bobby Bowden ..........7-6-0 Bobby Bowden ..........7-6-0 Bobby Bowden ..........9-4-0 Bobby Bowden ..........7-6-0

8-0 1st 6-2 2nd 7-1 1st 7-1 1st 6-2 2nd 5-3 t1stA 3-5 5thA 4-4 4thA 5-3 t1stA 4-4 3rdA

6-0 4-2 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 4-4 4-1 4-3 3-3

4-1 3-2 3-3 5-1 3-2 2-3 2-2 2-4 3-1 3-3

1-1 1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-0 1-0

5 15 21 11 15 23 21 -

4 15 23 10 14 23 23 -

3-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 1-1 3-2 1-3 2-2 1-2 2-2

8 4 7 5 3 0 1 0 6 3

5 0 3 4 3 1 1 1 4 2

9 2 6 5 9 8 5 3 1 3

42.4 33.9 30.6 32.2 25.2 28.9 26.5 23.3 33.4 30.1

165.0 159.6 187.0 133.2 162.0 94.0 94.1 127.5 179.1 149.5

384.0 266.5 211.1 269.6 210.5 282.6 230.6 241.8 192.8 271.8

549.0 426.1 398.1 402.8 372.5 376.6 324.7 369.2 371.8 421.4

10.2 26.1 21.5 16.7 14.1 22.0 19.8 22.9 20.2 30.0

73.9 126.0 130.8 119.4 83.1 108.4 90.7 116.6 132.5 204.6

221.5 230.4 235.2 212.9 200.8 200.8 197.8 245.4 162.4 230.0

277.0 356.4 366.0 332.3 283.8 309.2 288.5 362.0 294.9 434.6

2010

Jimbo Fisher ...........10-4-0

6-2

6-1

3-2

1-1

16

17

2-2

4

3

3

31.4

171.4 209.9

381.3

19.6

128.7

225.0

353.7

1stA

89


Georgia Tech Year By Year Nu 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

Final AP 8 7 4 -

Final Coach 9 13 7 4 -

4-1 5-0 4-1-1 5-1 4-2 5-2 7-0 3-3 3-3 4-3

1-3 0-1 2-3 0-1 3-1 0-1 2-2 0-0 2-1 1-0 1-1 1-0-1 2-1 0-1 1-3 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-3 0-0

13 8 -

13 11 8 -

1-1 2-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-4 0-3

1 1 4 2 -

0 0 4 1 1 1 2 0 0 1

6 4 6 4 4 3 2 3 4 0

11.8 16.2 20.1 17.3 12.1 22.0 24.8 12.9 15.8 14.4

136.0 148.4 175.0 152.4 129.4 142.8 181.8 127.1 62.9 136.3

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6-1 5-3 5-1-1 4-3 5-2 6-2 3-3-1 4-1 5-2

2-2 1-2 1-3 0-3 1-3 1-2 1-3 2-4 2-2

1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

13 20 -

17 -

2-3 1-4 1-2 0-1 1-3 0-2 1-2 0-1 0-3

-

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

1 1 2 0 4 4 3 3 7

19.6 17.2 23.0 17.5 21.6 24.5 20.1 20.4 22.6

171.1 154.1 145.2 156.4 287.5 329.7 244.5 286.8 208.2

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4-2

0-4-1

0-0

-

-

0-3

0

0

3

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L Bobby Dodd ..............9-2-1 Bobby Dodd ..............8-3-0 Bobby Dodd ..............9-1-1 Bobby Dodd ............10-1-0 Bobby Dodd ..............4-4-2 Bobby Dodd ..............5-4-1 Bobby Dodd ..............6-5-0

SEC Finish 4-1-1 2nd 6-2 2nd 4-1-1 3rd 7-1 2nd 3-4-1 8th 2-3-1 T8th 3-3 7th

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Bobby Dodd ..............5-5-0 Bobby Dodd ..............7-4-0 Bobby Dodd ..............7-3-1 Bobby Dodd ..............7-3-0 Bobby Dodd ..............7-3-0 Bobby Dodd ..............7-3-1 Bobby Dodd ..............9-2-0 Bud Carson ...............4-6-0 Bud Carson ...............4-6-0 Bud Carson ...............4-6-0

4-4 4-3 5-2 4-3 -------------

7th T4th 4th 6th -------------

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

Bud Carson ...............9-3-0 Bud Carson ...............6-6-0 Bill Fulcher ...............7-4-1 Bill Fulcher ...............5-6-0 Pepper Rodgers ........6-5-0 Pepper Rodgers ........7-4-0 Pepper Rodgers ........4-6-1 Pepper Rodgers ........6-5-0 Pepper Rodgers ........7-5-0

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Joined Atlantic Coast Conference in 1979. 1979 Pepper Rodgers ........4-6-1 ---

Hm 6-0 5-2 5-1 4-1 2-2-2 4-1-1 2-3

Rd 2-2-1 2-1 3-0-1 5-0 2-2 1-3 4-1

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 3-0-1 2 1 7 1-1 2 2 4 3-1 2 1 2 3-1 2 2 6 2-2-1 1 1 5 1-0-1 0 0 4 3-3 1 1 6

Pts 22.4 17.5 18.2 22.7 7.5 9.3 12.9

OFFENSE Rush Pass 216.5 114.8 182.1 90.7 199.8 67.4 224.9 62.6 141.1 52.2 147.3 65.1 144.6 57.7

DE DEFENSE EFENSE Rush Pass 148.6 68.1 187.8 58.7 134.1 65.8 128.4 71.9 144.4 33.4 144.7 57.1 113.0 102.8

Total 300.2 272.8 267.2 287.5 199.3 212.4 202.3

Pts 8.4 9.1 4.6 3.3 7.1 9.1 10.7

Total 216.7 246.5 199.9 200.3 177.8 201.8 216.3

63.9 82.1 104.9 106.6 85.7 142.0 113.2 135.7 237.6 106.5

199.9 230.5 279.9 259.0 215.1 284.8 295.0 262.8 300.5 242.8

9.7 5.0 8.3 8.9 7.9 15.0 8.1 20.5 26.3 18.3

147.2 94.9 102.4 133.7 100.2 164.4 108.1 192.7 233.9 148.8

103.4 83.6 113.6 74.3 131.5 167.7 98.5 122.8 134.6 181.3

250.6 178.5 216.0 208.0 231.7 334.1 206.6 315.5 368.5 330.1

137.0 114.4 182.8 153.8 48.4 41.5 63.7 31.3 161.8

301.8 268.5 328.0 310.2 335.8 371.3 308.3 318.2 370.0

14.2 15.1 17.8 19.2 19.3 18.2 24.3 20.1 19.3

111.5 118.1 185.9 222.5 233.6 177.0 207.1 195.5 207.7

184.9 135.5 124.0 119.7 85.8 176.4 158.4 137.5 153.2

296.4 253.6 309.9 341.8 319.5 353.4 365.6 333.1 360.9

13.8

116.2 191.0

307.2

17.3

213.1

128.2

341.3

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Bill Curry ..................1-9-1 --Bill Curry ..............1-10-0 --Bill Curry ..................6-5-0 --Bill Curry ..................3-8-0 3-2 Bill Curry ..................6-4-1 2-2-1 Bill Curry ..................9-2-1 5-1 Bill Curry ..................5-5-1 3-3 Bobby Ross................2-9-0 0-6 Bobby Ross................3-8-0 0-7 Bobby Ross................7-4-0 4-3

------3rd 5th 2nd 4th 8th 8th T4th

1-4-1 0-6 3-2 2-4 4-2 5-2 4-1-1 2-5 3-3 6-1

0-5 1-4 3-3 1-4 2-2-1 3-0-1 1-4 0-4 0-5 1-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

19 -

18 -

0-3-1 1-1 0-3 0-4 3-1 0-2-1 1-2 0-4 1-1 1-1

0 0 1 0 3 3 3 0 2 3

0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 1

0 1 3 1 2 3 4 2 2 1

10.3 11.3 21.7 20.2 26.9 21.4 25.6 18.1 18.2 24.1

99.5 103.5 179.3 216.4 235.0 197.2 210.2 135.7 143.4 209.2

142.3 147.6 179.4 126.1 179.3 144.0 150.8 207.6 167.5 160.8

241.7 251.1 358.6 342.4 414.3 341.2 361.0 343.4 310.9 370.0

23.6 28.1 26.0 28.4 18.3 10.7 19.2 25.0 17.6 19.4

239.0 234.0 219.4 211.9 147.5 163.0 188.9 178.1 142.4 148.2

123.4 163.0 155.9 196.0 169.7 149.0 136.9 206.1 138.9 191.1

362.5 397.0 375.3 407.9 317.3 312.1 325.8 384.2 281.3 339.3

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Bobby Ross.............. 11-0-1 6-0-1 1st Bobby Ross................8-5-0 5-2 T2nd Bill Lewis ..................5-6-0 4-4 T4th Bill Lewis ...................5-6-0 3-5 6th B. Lewis/G. O’Leary1-10-0 0-8 9th George O’Leary........6-5-0 5-3 4th George O’Leary........5-6-0 4-4 5th George O’Leary........7-5-0 5-3 T3rd George O’Leary......10-2-0 7-1 T1st George O’Leary........8-4-0 5-3 T2nd

6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 1-5 4-2 4-2 3-2 4-2 6-0

4-0-1 2-3 1-4 2-3 0-5 2-3 1-4 3-3 4-0 2-3

1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-1

2 25 9 20

1 11 21

4-0 1-4 2-2 0-3 0-4 1-3 1-2 1-4 4-1 1-2

4 4 2 1 1 0 2 1 3 3

2 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 1

2 5 2 2 3 2 0 2 3 3

31.6 22.1 21.5 23.6 16.8 23.6 20.0 25.4 35.6 40.7

208.9 175.3 103.9 223.9 104.1 211.0 165.5 151.6 183.7 225.6

185.1 212.3 234.5 175.9 245.6 138.9 169.3 215.5 205.0 283.4

394.0 387.6 338.5 399.8 349.7 349.9 334.8 367.0 388.7 509.0

15.5 16.4 26.0 26.0 29.0 22.1 21.5 24.2 24.3 30.3

110.9 112.0 187.8 170.4 230.4 91.2 148.6 132.7 167.6 183.2

183.8 165.8 212.3 135.6 152.1 244.7 199.7 296.3 230.0 230.6

294.7 277.8 400.1 397.5 382.5 335.9 348.4 429.0 397.6 413.8

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

George O’Leary........9-3-0 6-2 T2nd 5-1 4-1 0-1 17 19 2-1 4 1 0 33.8 164.3 271.1 435.4 19.0 O’Leary/Mac McWhorter 8-5-0 4-4 T4th 3-3 3-2 2-0 24 2-2 6 1 2 31.8 139.0 278.9 417.9 22.2 Chan Gailey ..............7-6-0 4-4 T5th 4-2 3-3 0-1 1-2 5 0 0 21.5 163.6 211.1 374.7 20.5 Chan Gailey ..............7-6-0 4-4 T4th 4-2 2-4 1-0 1-2 5 2 5 21.1 160.5 170.2 330.6 20.5 Chan Gailey ..............7-5-0 4-4 T6th 3-3 3-2 1-0 2-4 2 0 0 22.0 162.2 184.2 346.4 18.9 Chan Gailey ..............7-5-0 5-3 3rdC 4-2 3-2 0-1 2-2 1 1 3 18.5 153.8 195.2 349.0 20.1 Chan Gailey ..............9-5-0 7-1 1stC 6-1 3-2 0-2 1-3 4 1 2 24.9 162.4 169.6 332.1 18.4 Chan Gailey ..............7-6-0 4-4 3rdC 4-3 3-2 0-1 1-3 5 1 3 26.2 199.3 185.6 384.9 20.8 Paul Johnson .............9-4-0 5-3 T1stC 6-1 3-2 0-1 22 22 2-1 7 3 4 24.4 273.2 99.2 372.5 20.3 Paul Johnson .........*10-3-0 7-1 1stC 5-1 5-1 *1-1 13 13 3-2 7 5 4 33.8 295.4 126.7 422.1 24.8 * Tech’s 2009 ACC Championship and win over Clemson in the ACC title game were vacated due to NCAA sanctions. Actual on-field record was 11-3. Paul Johnson .............6-7-0 4-4 T3rdC 4-2 2-4 0-1 0-1 3 0 1 26.0 323.3 83.9 407.2 25.2

94.5 117.1 134.6 100.5 104.6 103.9 104.8 114.5 120.3 151.6

285.2 216.2 221.1 221.7 193.3 213.6 195.8 215.9 193.2 208.6

379.6 333.3 355.7 322.2 297.9 317.5 300.6 330.4 313.5 360.3

169.7

201.9

371.6

2010

90


Maryland Year By Year Maryland Year By Year Hm 5-0 4-0 5-0 0-3-1 3-2 1-2 3-2

Rd 5-0 3-2-1 5-0 2-4 2-3 3-3 1-3

Nu 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0

Final AP 1 8 3 -

Final Coach 1 11 3 -

3rd 3rd 3rd 5th T3rd T5th T3rd 8th 7th T3rd

2-2 4-1 4-1 2-3 3-2 1-4 4-2 0-4 2-3 2-3

4-2 3-2 2-3 1-3 1-3 3-2 0-4 0-5 0-4 1-4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

-

-

1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1

1 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Roy Lester .................2-9-0 2-4 T6th Roy Lester .................2-9-0 1-4 7th Jerry Claiborne ........5-5-1 3-2-1 3rd Jerry Claiborne ........8-4-0 5-1 2nd Jerry Claiborne ........8-4-0 6-0 1st Jerry Claiborne ........9-2-1 5-0 1st Jerry Claiborne ...... 11-1-0 5-0 1st Jerry Claiborne ........8-4-0 4-2 T3rd Jerry Claiborne ........9-3-0 5-1 2nd Jerry Claiborne ........7-4-0 4-2 T2nd

1-5 2-4 4-1 4-2 5-1 5-1 6-0 4-2 4-1 5-1

1-3 0-5 1-4-1 3-1 2-2 3-1-1 5-0 3-2 5-1 2-3

0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0

20 13 13 8 20 -

18 13 11 11 -

0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-1

1 1 2 4 6 7 7 1 4 3

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Jerry Claiborne ........8-4-0 5-1 Jerry Claiborne ........4-6-1 4-2 Bobby Ross................8-4-0 5-1 Bobby Ross................8-4-0 5-1 Bobby Ross................9-3-0 6-0 Bobby Ross................9-3-0 6-0 Bobby Ross................5-5-1 2-3-1 Joe Krivak .................4-7-0 3-3 Joe Krivak .................5-6-0 4-3 Joe Krivak .................3-7-1 2-5

2nd 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 5th 5th T4th 6th

5-1 2-2-1 5-1 5-1 3-2 4-2 1-3-1 3-2 3-2 2-3-1

3-2 2-4 3-2 3-2 5-1 4-1 4-2 1-5 2-4 1-4

0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

20 12 18 -

20 11 19 -

0-3 0-2 1-4 2-2 3-1 0-2 0-1-1 0-3 0-2 0-4-1

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Joe Krivak .................6-5-1 Joe Krivak .................2-9-0 Mark Duffner ..........3-8-0 Mark Duffner ...........2-9-0 Mark Duffner ...........4-7-0 Mark Duffner ...........6-5-0 Mark Duffner ...........5-6-0 Ron Vanderlinden ....2-9-0 Ron Vanderlinden ....3-8-0 Ron Vanderlinden ....5-6-0

4-3 2-5 2-6 2-6 2-6 4-4 3-5 1-7 1-7 2-6

4th 6th 8th T7th 7th T5th T6th 8th T8th T8th

4-2 1-3 2-4 1-4 3-2 3-2 4-2 1-5 2-3 3-3

2-3 0-0-1 1-6 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-5 0-0 1-5 0-0 3-3 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-4 0-0 1-4 0-1 2-3 0-0

-

-

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Ron Vanderlinden ....5-6-0 Ralph Friedgen .......10-2-0 Ralph Friedgen ....... 11-3-0 Ralph Friedgen .......10-3-0 Ralph Friedgen .........5-6-0 Ralph Friedgen .........5-6-0 Ralph Friedgen .........9-4-0 Ralph Friedgen .........6-7-0 Ralph Freidgen .........8-5-0 Ralph Freidgen .......2-10-0

3-5 T6th 7-1 1st 6-2 2nd 6-2 2nd 3-5 T8th 3-5 t4thA 5-3 T2ndA 3-5 T5thA 4-4 T3rdA 1-7 6thA

4-2 7-0 7-1 6-0 4-2 1-4 6-1 3-3 6-1 2-5

1-4 3-1 3-1 3-3 1-4 3-2 2-3 3-3 1-4 0-5

0-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0

11 13 17 -

2010

Ralph Friedgen .........9-4-0

5-3 T2ndA

5-1

2-3

2-0

24

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

W-L ACC Finish Coach Jim Tatum ...............10-1-0 3-0 1st Jim Tatum .................7-2-1 4-0-1 2nd Jim Tatum ...............10-1-0 4-0 T1st Tommy Mont ............2-7-1 2-2-1 4th Tommy Mont ............5-5-0 4-3 T3rd Tommy Mont ............4-6-0 3-3 5th Tom Nugent...............5-5-0 4-2 3rd

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Tom Nugent...............6-4-0 Tom Nugent...............7-3-0 Tom Nugent...............6-4-0 Tom Nugent...............3-7-0 Tom Nugent...............5-5-0 Tom Nugent...............4-6-0 Lou Saban .................4-6-0 Bob Ward ..................0-9-0 Bob Ward ..................2-8-0 Roy Lester .................3-7-0

5-2 3-3 5-2 2-5 4-3 3-3 3-3 0-6 2-5 3-3

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 2-1 4 3 8 0-1 3 1 10 2-1 4 4 5 0-3-1 2 1 8 1-2 2 0 3 0-2 0 0 2 0-2 0 0 1

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 29.8 257.8 101.7 28.0 248.9 84.1 21.1 196.2 83.8 6.8 157.7 61.2 11.9 141.7 59.9 13.2 136.0 126.0 18.4 176.5 112.0

Total 359.5 333.0 280.0 218.9 201.6 262.0 288.5

Pts 3.1 6.7 5.7 16.8 14.4 17.5 18.8

3 5 4 2 2 1 2 1 3 2

17.1 15.6 17.0 14.8 16.4 13.2 18.0 5.1 17.1 10.0

137.7 123.1 158.9 140.5 186.6 115.2 81.3 120.8 164.2 167.6

107.8 146.4 148.0 124.6 94.1 128.3 162.4 126.8 129.6 99.8

245.5 269.5 306.9 265.1 280.7 243.5 243.7 247.6 293.8 267.4

16.4 14.1 12.8 20.1 12.6 16.4 20.4 25.7 29.9 24.9

182.2 161.5 126.2 163.5 158.3 163.5 153.1 263.7 227.2 192.1

110.7 97.2 103.5 99.7 115.9 115.6 123.1 117.0 192.0 119.3

292.9 258.7 229.7 263.2 274.2 279.1 276.2 380.7 419.2 311.4

0 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 2 1

0 2 0 2 11 1 4 3 2 1

10.2 20.4 22.1 29.0 28.5 27.2 24.8 21.5 23.7 18.0

140.2 138.3 160.1 201.4 227.9 220.7 261.3 185.5 187.1 193.7

135.6 158.9 180.2 140.0 179.7 154.5 110.7 162.9 147.1 104.7

275.8 297.2 343.7 341.4 407.6 375.2 372.0 348.4 334.2 298.5

21.9 25.7 19.7 11.3 8.8 13.6 7.7 15.6 11.4 12.3

173.6 189.7 137.5 112.1 133.7 154.9 116.7 169.5 137.8 150.6

142.8 161.9 150.3 133.0 122.8 95.0 94.3 113.2 118.4 88.5

316.5 351.6 287.8 245.1 256.5 249.9 211.0 282.7 256.2 239.2

3 0 2 4 5 6 3 2 2 0

0 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0

3 1 3 6 3 6 4 5 4 2

17.4 21.1 32.1 26.6 32.0 26.5 23.8 17.6 23.6 19.6

175.9 155.8 203.7 181.5 209.8 185.4 136.1 88.8 162.3 132.6

119.6 177.1 215.2 233.0 236.5 225.0 248.0 249.8 190.5 225.2

295.5 332.9 418.9 414.5 446.4 410.4 384.1 338.6 352.7 360.8

11.8 17.6 18.1 20.3 23.0 15.8 19.2 27.4 27.6 21.6

118.8 83.9 87.2 172.0 151.9 125.8 148.2 191.3 177.1 195.6

138.9 265.0 206.4 192.1 202.7 179.3 231.3 181.2 232.5 179.2

257.7 348.9 293.5 364.1 354.6 305.1 379.5 372.5 409.5 374.8

1-4 0-5 0-6 0-3 0-3 0-2 0-4 0-2 0-3 0-2

1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 3

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

3 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 2

18.5 12.6 26.5 22.1 24.6 19.1 17.0 14.6 18.4 26.6

91.8 106.5 136.6 92.1 94.4 98.1 135.5 88.5 161.2 231.4

252.2 165.0 329.8 347.5 276.1 219.2 135.0 174.3 117.1 143.6

344.0 271.5 466.5 439.6 370.4 317.3 270.5 262.7 278.3 375.0

22.5 27.6 33.0 43.5 29.6 22.8 21.6 32.3 26.4 23.6

145.2 190.7 204.4 317.3 238.0 157.0 140.8 177.4 159.0 126.4

198.2 225.8 245.3 235.7 193.4 193.4 179.2 227.2 202.0 247.4

343.4 416.6 474.2 553.0 434.4 350.5 320.0 401.8 361.0 373.8

10 13 20 -

0-3 1-2 1-2 1-1 1-3 1-4 1-4 2-1 4-1 0-2

0 7 11 4 3 2 0 2 4 3

0 4 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 1

2 3 1 5 2 3 2 1 5 2

22.5 35.5 32.2 31.2 17.7 24.5 21.8 24.1 21.8 21.3

124.1 220.7 198.8 191.3 119.5 134.8 131.2 137.5 144.0 105.8

211.1 219.0 190.6 230.4 178.5 249.1 183.1 203.4 206.7 210.7

335.2 439.7 389.4 421.7 298.0 383.9 314.2 340.8 350.7 316.4

25.8 19.1 16.3 15.8 20.0 25.0 21.8 21.5 22.5 31.2

186.1 90.6 128.6 129.4 143.1 165.7 162.9 147.3 146.7 150.8

253.9 240.5 210.1 179.0 172.2 184.8 197.7 210.7 218.2 245.5

440.0 333.1 338.8 308.4 315.3 350.5 360.6 358.0 364.9 396.3

23

1-1

5

3

2

32.3

138.2 214.7

352.8

22.2

124.5

227.8

352.3

91

DEFENSE NSE Rush sh Pass 84.9 109.3 134.3 113.0 75.9 93.2 202.2 66.4 175.0 73.1 164.7 119.9 167.1 113.8

Total 194.2 247.1 169.1 268.6 248.1 284.6 280.9


Miami Year By Year Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Andy Gustafson ........4-5-0 Andy Gustafson ........8-1-0 Andy Gustafson ........6-3-0 Andy Gustafson ........8-1-1 Andy Gustafson ........5-4-1 Andy Gustafson ........2-8-0 Andy Gustafson ........6-4-0 -

Hm 4-3 7-0 5-2 6-1-1 4-3-1 0-6 5-2

Rd 0-2 1-1 1-1 2-0 1-1 2-1 1-1

Nu 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

Final AP 11 14 6 -

Final Coach 9 18 6 -

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-3 0 1 1-0 1 3 1-3 0 4 4-1 1 4 1-2-1 0 1 0-3 0 0 1-2 1 0

Pts 17.2 28.5 20.1 16.1 16.1 8.8 14.0

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Andy Gustafson ........6-4-0 Andy Gustafson ........7-4-0 Andy Gustafson ........7-4-0 Andy Gustafson ........3-7-0 Charlie Tate ..............4-5-1 Charlie Tate ..............5-4-1 Charlie Tate ..............8-2-1 Charlie Tate ..............7-4-0 Charlie Tate ..............5-5-0 Charlie Tate ..............4-6-0

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-

6-2 4-3 5-1 1-6 3-3-1 3-2-1 5-1 4-2 4-1 4-3

0-2 3-0 2-2 2-1 1-2 2-2 2-1-1 3-1 1-4 0-3

0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

9 -

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

C. Tate/Walt Kichefski3-8-0 Fran Curci.................4-7-0 Fran Curci.................5-6-0 Pete Elliot ..................5-6-0 Pete Elliot ..................6-5-0 Carl Selmer ...............2-8-0 Carl Selmer ...............3-8-0 Lou Saban .................3-8-0 Lou Saban .................6-5-0 H. Schnellenberger ...5-6-0

-

-

2-4 3-5 4-1 2-4 3-3 1-5 3-2 2-3 3-1 4-0

1-4 1-2 1-5 3-2 3-2 1-3 0-6 1-5 3-4 1-5

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

H. Schnellenberger ...9-3-0 H. Schnellenberger ...9-2-0 H. Schnellenberger ...7-4-0 H. Schnellenberger . 11-1-0 Jimmy Johnson .........8-5-0 Jimmy Johnson .......10-2-0 Jimmy Johnson ....... 11-1-0 Jimmy Johnson .......12-0-0 Jimmy Johnson ....... 11-1-0 Dennis Erickson...... 11-1-0

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-

4-1 6-0 5-1 5-0 2-3 4-1 6-0 7-0 7-0 6-0

4-2 3-2 2-3 5-1 4-1 4-0 5-0 4-0 3-1 4-1

1990 Dennis Erickson......10-2-0 Joined BIG EAST in 1991. 1991 Dennis Erickson......12-0-0 1992 Dennis Erickson...... 11-1-0 1993 Dennis Erickson........9-3-0 1994 Dennis Erickson......10-2-0 1995 Butch Davis ...............8-3-0 1996 Butch Davis ...............9-3-0 1997 Butch Davis ...............5-6-0 1998 Butch Davis ...............9-3-0 1999 Butch Davis ...............9-4-0

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-

6-0

2-0 4-0 6-1 7-0 6-1 6-1 3-4 5-2 6-1

1st 1st 2nd 1st T1st T1st 5th 2nd 2nd

2000 2001 2002 2003

19 18 10 16 -

0-3 1-1 0-2 0-2 0-0 2-0-1 2-0 0-1 1-3 0-2

-

1 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 0

9 5 8 2 2 4 5 8 1 3

16.3 13.3 17.2 11.6 14.7 19.9 19.1 23.4 16.1 20.1

185.1 143.0 148.3 122.7 120.4 126.4 150.8 170.9 79.8 134.4

-

-

0-2 0-3 0-3 1-4 1-3 0-4 0-4 0-4 0-2 1-2

-

0 1 3 1 2 0 1 1 1 0

2 2 5 0 7 6 3 6 4 1

15.1 15.9 19.5 14.8 15.2 15.7 18.8 11.7 17.6 17.7

1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0

18 8 1 18 9 2 1 2 1

18 1 8 2 1 2 1

3-2 2-3 1-3 3-0 3-3 2-2 3-1 6-0 5-1 3-1

-

1 3 0 1 1 1 3 2 3 1

3 8 7 7 5 4 7 12 6 9

3-2

1-0

3

3

2-2

-

2

6-0 6-0 6-0 5-1 6-1 3-3 3-3 4-2 5-1

5-0 5-0 3-2 5-0 3-2 5-0 2-3 4-1 2-3

1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-0

1 3 6 20 20 14 20 15

2 3 15 6 14 21 15

4-0 4-1 2-3 4-2 1-1 2-2 0-4 2-2 2-3

11 14 9 14 8 13 5 8 12

7-0 7-0 7-0 6-1

1st 1st 1st T1st

6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1

4-1 5-0 6-0 4-1

1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0

2 1 2 5

2 1 2 5

3-1 5-0 4-1 4-2

Joined Atlantic Coast Conference in 2004. 2004 Larry Coker ..............9-3-0 5-3 T3rd 2005 Larry Coker ..............9-3-0 6-2 2ndC 2006 Larry Coker ..............7-6-0 3-5 4thC 2007 Randy Shannon ........5-7-0 2-6 5thC 2008 Randy Shannon ........7-6-0 4-4 T3rdC 2009 Randy Shannon ........9-4-0 5-3 3rdC

4-2 6-1 5-2 4-3 4-2 5-1

4-1 3-1 1-4 1-4 3-3 4-2

1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

11 17 19

11 18 19

2010

3-3

4-2

0-1

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Butch Davis ............. 11-1-0 Larry Coker ............12-0-0 Larry Coker ............12-1-0 Larry Coker ............ 11-2-0

Randy Shannon ........7-6-0

5-3 2ndC

OFFENSE Rush Pass

DEFENSE Rush Pass

Total

Pts 15.2 10.4 9.0 5.3 10.3 19.5 14.0

76.2 128.1 172.1 218.3 112.4 142.7 150.6 110.7 212.6 212.1

261.3 271.1 320.3 341.0 246.2 254.3 301.4 281.6 292.4 346.5

14.3 7.7 21.7 17.4 13.3 13.8 9.4 12.7 13.1 21.6

153.2 107.7 149.2 164.5 102.5 117.9 88.2 121.9 100.2 126.0

110.6 116.0 137.0 151.9 135.4 125.0 118.6 121.6 152.4 191.8

263.8 213.8 286.7 316.4 249.3 230.4 206.8 243.5 252.6 317.8

110.3 183.8 170.1 171.6 182.9 141.1 155.5 135.3 211.6 99.3

160.5 112.9 139.3 126.9 107.1 138.8 173.3 119.7 96.7 179.9

270.7 296.6 309.4 298.5 289.9 279.9 329.2 254.9 308.4 278.1

28.2 20.1 15.5 21.8 16.7 23.9 19.7 22.8 17.5 21.5

141.0 156.6 142.9 194.0 206.2 219.2 170.9 177.5 164.0 190.0

178.3 122.9 149.0 114.6 107.1 92.3 152.8 113.9 161.3 133.8

319.3 279.5 291.2 308.6 313.3 311.7 324.5 292.2 320.3 332.3

24.3 22.2 21.9 26.1 30.3 33.8 35.8 34.3 34.8 36.0

168.6 122.8 143.0 136.4 128.4 143.2 130.8 159.8 134.0 144.5

172.9 249.1 179.0 233.2 318.8 318.3 281.4 232.4 318.5 309.6

341.5 371.9 322.0 269.6 447.3 461.5 412.2 392.2 452.5 454.1

15.8 13.2 13.9 11.3 24.2 16.3 12.5 10.4 8.5 11.8

123.8 105.8 146.0 106.4 138.4 110.5 125.5 96.9 100.3 69.1

137.7 172.4 145.0 243.0 211.3 183.3 136.9 147.1 159.5 147.4

257.0 278.3 262.0 259.4 349.8 239.7 262.4 244.0 242.0 216.5

11

37.3

158.1 324.8

482.9

15.3

79.7

218.8

298.5

5 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 2

6 9 2 7 2 2 8 3 5

32.2 30.8 27.6 30.4 26.7 30.7 28.5 37.3 31.1

146.4 120.5 168.4 179.1 141.5 146.9 170.0 202.9 173.9

294.9 316.0 261.7 248.1 224.1 264.7 222.2 248.5 230.5

441.3 436.5 430.1 427.2 365.5 411.6 392.2 451.5 404.4

8.3 13.4 13.9 11.9 18.3 17.5 25.9 24.8 15.9

132.0 101.6 117.9 96.8 182.9 134.2 219.9 135.6 109.4

156.7 169.2 137.6 124.1 148.3 146.7 177.3 238.4 192.3

288.7 207.8 255.8 220.9 331.2 280.8 397.2 374.0 301.7

14 18 16 11

5 6 4 4

7 11 8 9

42.2 42.6 40.5 27.8

194.8 196.8 183.0 179.8

266.0 259.5 284.2 215.1

460.8 456.3 467.2 394.9

15.8 9.75 19.1 15.1

112.8 138.1 169.4 116.6

220.6 131.8 119.7 140.9

333.5 269.9 289.1 257.5

4-1 2-2 1-5 1-4 0-1 3-2

2 4 2 1 2 7

2 3 0 0 1 3

5 9 5 3 1 4

31.7 27.1 19.6 20.6 27.1 30.3

131.0 137.6 116.0 145.6 129.2 138.0

234.3 215.5 197.5 169.5 196.8 261.9

365.3 353.1 313.5 315.1 326.0 399.9

17.0 14.2 15.5 26.0 24.2 22.2

155.0 117.9 67.8 133.8 151.8 122.3

173.1 152.2 187.7 212.7 164.6 207.3

328.1 270.1 255.5 345.9 317.5 329.6

0-3

9

4

8

26.3

182.5 238.8

421.3

20.7

172.8

150.5

323.3

92

Total


North Carolina Year By Year Hm 2-3 3-2 1-4 1-3-1 3-3 3-2 3-2

Rd 2-3 1-3-1 1-3 1-4 3-1 3-2 2-3

Nu 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Final AP -

Final Coach -

6th 2nd T4th 1st T3rd T5th 8th 7th 8th T3rd

2-3 3-2 2-3 4-1 4-1 2-3 1-4 1-4 2-3 4-1

1-4 2-3 1-4 4-1 1-3 2-3 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Bill Dooley ................ 8-4-0 5-2 T2nd Bill Dooley ................ 9-3-0 6-0 1st Bill Dooley .............. 11-1-0 6-0 1st Bill Dooley ................ 4-7-0 1-5 6th Bill Dooley ................ 7-5-0 4-2 T2nd Bill Dooley ................ 3-7-1 1-4-1 6th Bill Dooley ................ 9-3-0 4-1 2nd Bill Dooley ................ 8-3-1 5-0-1 1st Dick Crum ............... 5-6-0 3-3 4th Dick Crum ............... 8-3-1 3-3 5th

5-1 4-1 6-0 3-3 6-0 1-5 5-1 3-1-1 3-3 3-2-1

3-2 5-1 3-1 1-4 1-4 2-2-1 3-1 5-1 2-3 4-1

0-1 0-1 2-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-0

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Dick Crum ............. 11-1-0 6-0 Dick Crum ........... 10-2-0 5-1 Dick Crum ............... 8-4-0 3-3 Dick Crum ............... 8-4-0 4-2 Dick Crum ............... 5-5-1 3-2-1 Dick Crum ............... 5-6-0 3-4 Dick Crum ............... 7-4-1 5-2 Dick Crum ............... 5-6-0 3-4 Mack Brown .......... 1-10-0 1-6 Mack Brown .......... 1-10-0 0-7

1st 2nd T3rd 2nd 3rd 5th 2nd 6th 7th 8th

7-0 4-2 6-1 5-1 3-2-1 3-3 4-1 1-4 1-5 1-5

3-1 5-0 1-3 3-2 2-3 2-3 3-2-1 4-2 0-5 0-5

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Mack Brown ............ 6-4-1 3-3-1 Mack Brown ............ 7-4-0 3-4 Mack Brown ........... 9-3-0 5-3 Mack Brown .......... 10-3-0 6-2 Mack Brown ............ 8-4-0 5-3 Mack Brown ............ 7-5-0 4-4 Mack Brown .......... 10-2-0 6-2 M. Brown/C. Torbush11-1-0 7-1 Carl Torbush ............ 7-5-0 5-3 Carl Torbush ............ 3-8-0 2-6

5th 5th 3rd 2nd T3rd 5th 2nd 2nd T4th T8th

4-2-1 6-1 5-1 6-1 5-1 4-2 5-0 5-1 3-2 1-5

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Carl Torbush ............ 6-5-0 John Bunting ........... 8-5-0 John Bunting ........... 3-9-0 John Bunting ......... 2-10-0 John Bunting ........... 6-6-0 John Bunting ........... 5-6-0 John Bunting ........... 3-9-0 Butch Davis .............. 4-8-0 Butch Davis .............. 8-5-0 Butch Davis .............. 8-5-0

3-5 T5th 5-3 3rd 1-7 8th 1-7 9th 5-3 T3rd 4-4 4thC 2-6 5thC 3-5 4thC 4-4 T3rdC 4-4 4thC

2010

Butch Davis .............. 8-5-0

4-4 T3rdC

Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish George Barclay ........ 4-6-0 2-3 T3rd George Barclay ........ 4-5-1 4-2 3rd George Barclay ........ 3-7-0 3-3 4th Jim Tatum ................ 2-7-1 2-3-1 5th Jim Tatum ................ 6-4-0 4-3 4th Jim Tatum ................ 6-4-0 4-3 4th Jim Hickey ............... 5-5-0 5-2 2nd

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Jim Hickey ............... 3-7-0 Jim Hickey ............... 5-5-0 Jim Hickey ............... 3-7-0 Jim Hickey ............... 9-2-0 Jim Hickey ............... 5-5-0 Jim Hickey ............... 4-6-0 Jim Hickey ............... 2-8-0 Bill Dooley ................ 2-8-0 Bill Dooley ................ 3-7-0 Bill Dooley ................ 5-5-0

2-5 4-3 3-4 6-1 4-3 3-3 1-4 2-5 1-6 3-3

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-2 0 0 1 0-2 1 0 1 0-3 1 0 3 0-3 2 0 3 2-1 2 0 3 0-0 4 2 7 1-2 1 1 7

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 17.1 195.5 68.8 14.0 185.0 72.5 11.7 128.4 57.3 9.9 187.7 65.8 14.2 147.4 59.9 19.5 182.0 137.8 19.8 185.1 123.8

Total 264.3 257.5 185.7 253.5 201.6 319.8 308.9

DEFENSE Pts Rush Pass 18.7 243.3 78.2 22.2 205.6 77.0 21.8 206.9 107.6 18.3 246.9 82.9 12.9 175.0 73.1 10.9 134.9 104.8 14.2 161.1 96.3

Total 321.5 284.3 314.5 329.8 248.1 239.7 257.4

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1-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-1

1 2 2 3 2 3 0 1 0 4

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

4 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 0

11.7 12.1 11.2 19.7 17.2 14.6 9.0 10.4 17.8 20.0

172.9 137.7 103.4 180.9 172.4 154.5 106.4 145.2 174.1 261.5

100.4 88.0 131.8 160.5 128.1 127.8 158.3 116.4 153.5 104.7

273.3 225.7 235.2 341.4 300.5 282.3 264.7 261.6 327.6 366.2

16.1 14.1 20.6 10.3 17.8 19.5 19.6 18.2 27.2 16.4

175.4 147.4 218.2 142.0 146.2 168.3 196.5 212.8 234.7 108.5

67.6 95.7 101.1 84.4 111.1 164.5 108.1 112.9 152.9 153.3

243.0 243.1 319.3 226.4 257.3 332.8 304.6 325.7 387.6 261.8

12 17 15

18 14 14 14

1-1 0-2 0-1 0-2 2-0 0-2 3-1 0-2-1 0-3 3-1

3 9 7 4 5 1 6 6 3 4

1 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 2

2 2 1 3 3 1 5 3 3 3

33.8 25.9 26.5 22.0 30.9 18.8 22.1 21.3 18.1 24.8

285.2 264.7 244.0 225.5 265.9 224.2 244.9 242.5 195.6 223.8

126.0 100.3 124.6 130.7 160.5 114.0 92.2 95.1 145.7 149.6

411.2 365.0 368.6 356.2 426.5 338.2 337.1 337.6 341.4 373.5

22.7 13.2 16.5 24.2 23.0 24.7 18.1 7.4 19.8 13.8

95.3 134.5 159.3 208.4 257.3 255.5 210.1 135.2 194.9 150.5

165.1 143.9 159.0 125.9 106.8 134.4 155.2 103.4 136.6 152.9

260.4 278.4 318.3 334.3 364.1 389.8 365.3 238.5 292.1 303.5

1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

10 9 18 -

9 8 13 -

1-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-1-1 0-2 0-3-1 0-3 0-4 0-3

9 7 6 5 2 4 4 4 2 2

4 1 2 3 1 0 2 1 1 1

6 3 3 4 4 4 1 3 3 2

25.5 31.3 29.3 30.4 21.3 20.4 25.8 19.5 19.7 12.6

270.6 274.5 261.9 276.9 195.1 135.0 252.5 167.0 198.5 130.1

94.6 141.3 171.5 164.9 177.5 191.4 183.5 186.9 135.4 125.8

365.3 415.7 433.5 441.8 372.5 326.4 436.0 353.9 333.9 255.9

11.2 11.2 12.6 17.1 24.9 20.3 22.6 18.8 35.5 27.0

125.5 110.3 101.1 135.8 176.6 159.5 151.4 152.1 230.9 237.6

131.0 185.7 135.5 160.0 234.5 196.2 235.7 187.2 231.8 175.8

256.5 296.0 236.5 295.8 411.2 355.6 387.1 339.3 462.7 413.4

2-2 1-3 3-2 4-1 3-2 2-3 4-2 5-0 2-3 1-3

0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0

19 21 10 6 -

18 20 21 10 4 -

0-2-1 0-1 2-2 2-2 1-2 2-1 2-2 1-1 0-2 0-2

1 3 3 3 2 4 7 6 2 2

1 0 2 1 1 1 3 4 2 1

1 5 4 4 5 2 5 7 6 1

20.6 25.6 24.4 35.1 31.2 24.0 30.6 27.8 24.4 16.9

161.9 185.9 221.7 253.0 226.9 152.3 118.6 117.1 130.1 144.1

143.1 162.0 176.0 185.0 180.5 244.3 248.9 261.8 198.6 132.5

305.0 347.9 397.7 438.0 407.5 396.6 367.6 378.9 328.7 276.6

16.9 18.1 19.6 19.1 21.1 19.1 10.0 13.0 24.6 24.7

122.6 122.9 149.3 102.5 115.2 118.6 73.9 77.9 127.6 190.7

206.5 194.5 177.3 239.8 204.1 148.7 83.2 131.4 219.0 183.3

329.1 317.4 326.6 322.3 319.3 267.3 225.6 209.3 346.6 374.0

3-3 5-1 0-6 1-5 4-2 4-2 2-5 4-2 5-2 5-2

3-2 2-4 3-3 1-5 2-3 1-4 1-4 0-6 3-2 3-2

0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

-

-

0-2 2-3 0-3 0-1 1-6 2-4 0-5 0-3 2-0 2-1

2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 5 7

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5

4 6 1 4 3 1 0 2 5 2

24.5 26.8 18.6 26.4 26.6 18.0 18.0 21.2 27.7 23.8

148.5 127.5 102.5 150.4 176.2 101.5 113.3 99.2 122.6 132.8

222.6 239.3 266.6 243.9 214.4 214.3 179.7 226.2 198.8 174.9

371.1 366.8 369.1 394.3 390.7 315.7 293.0 325.3 321.4 307.8

25.8 21.8 35.1 38.2 31.8 26.2 30.5 24.5 27.7 17.1

103.5 124.8 221.2 227.0 218.4 138.2 172.8 142.5 139.4 95.6

224.0 180.5 231.2 278.2 228.1 211.0 195.5 207.2 226.0 174.0

327.5 305.3 452.4 505.2 446.5 349.2 368.2 349.8 365.4 269.6

3-3

4-1

1-1

-

-

1-3

7

2

9

25.3

125.7 264.0

389.7

23.2

125.6

212.9

338.5

93


NC State Year By Year Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Horace Hendrickson 1-9-0 0-3 7th Earle Edwards .......... 2-8-0 0-4 8th Earle Edwards .......... 4-5-1 0-2-1 7th Earle Edwards .......... 3-7-0 2-4 6th Earle Edwards .......... 7-1-2 5-0-1 1st Earle Edwards .......... 2-7-1 2-5 7th Earle Edwards .......... 1-9-0 0-6 7th

Hm 1-3 1-3 1-3-1 1-3 1-1-1 0-2-1 0-4

Rd 0-6 1-5 3-1 2-3 5-0-1 2-4 0-5

Nu 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0

Final AP 15 -

Final Coach 20 -

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-2 0 0 1 0-2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 1 0-0-1 2 1 3 1-0 2 0 3 0-0 0 0 3

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 8.0 98.3 66.8 10.4 130.9 64.6 20.6 177.0 78.9 9.4 162.4 79.8 15.5 186.8 50.2 12.0 174.6 69.2 11.7 111.6 128.8

Total 165.1 195.5 255.9 242.2 237.0 243.8 240.4

Pts 26.3 19.3 19.3 16.9 6.7 16.0 20.1

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Earle Edwards .......... 6-3-1 4-1-1 Earle Edwards .......... 4-6-0 3-4 Earle Edwards .......... 3-6-1 3-4 Earle Edwards .......... 8-3-0 6-1 Earle Edwards .......... 5-5-0 5-2 Earle Edwards .......... 6-4-0 4-3 Earle Edwards .......... 5-5-0 5-2 Earle Edwards .......... 9-2-0 5-1 Earle Edwards .......... 6-4-0 6-1 Earle Edwards .......... 3-6-1 3-2-1

2nd T5th T4th T1st 1st T1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd

3-0 2-1 1-2 3-0 3-0 3-1 3-2 4-0 3-2 1-3-1

3-3-1 1-5 2-3-1 4-2 2-5 3-3 2-2 4-2 3-2 2-3

0-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0

-

17 -

0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-2

2 2 1 3 3 5 7 6 7 5

1 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 0

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Earle Edwards .......... 3-7-1 2-3-1 Al Michaels ............... 3-8-0 2-4 Lou Holtz .................. 8-3-1 4-1-1 Lou Holtz .................. 9-3-0 6-0 Lou Holtz .................. 9-2-1 4-2 Lou Holtz .................. 7-4-1 2-2-1 Bo Rein ...................... 3-7-1 2-3 Bo Rein ...................... 8-4-0 4-2 Bo Rein ...................... 9-3-0 4-2 Bo Rein ...................... 7-4-0 5-1

5th 6th 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 5th 3rd 3rd 1st

2-1-1 1-4 5-0-1 5-0 5-0 5-1 1-4-1 4-3 5-1 4-2

0-6 1-0 2-4 0-0 2-3 1-0 3-3 1-0 4-2 0-0-1 2-2-1 0-1 2-3 0-0 3-1 1-0 3-2 1-0 3-2 0-0

17 16 11 18 -

9 19 19 -

0-0 0-2 1-1 1-2 1-1 2-0 0-1 0-2 1-3 0-1

2 0 7 5 4 7 2 3 6 4

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Monte Kiffin ............. 6-5-0 3-3 3rd Monte Kiffin ............. 4-7-0 2-4 5th Monte Kiffin ............. 6-5-0 3-3 T4th Tom Reed .................. 3-8-0 1-5 T6th Tom Reed .................. 3-8-0 1-5 T6th Tom Reed .................. 3-8-0 2-5 T6th Dick Sheridan ........... 8-3-1 5-2 T2nd Dick Sheridan ........... 4-7-0 4-3 T3rd Dick Sheridan ........... 8-3-1 4-2-1 3rd Dick Sheridan ........... 7-5-0 4-3 T4th

5-1 3-4 5-1 2-5 2-5 1-5 6-0-1 2-4 5-1-1 5-2

1-4 1-3 1-4 1-3 1-3 2-3 2-2 2-3 2-2 2-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1

-

17 -

0-3 0-4 0-3 0-3 1-1 0-0 3-0 1-2 1-1 1-1

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Dick Sheridan ........... 7-5-0 Dick Sheridan ........... 9-3-0 Dick Sheridan ........... 9-3-1 Mike O’Cain ............. 7-5-0 Mike O’Cain ............. 9-3-0 Mike O’Cain ............. 3-8-0 Mike O’Cain ............. 3-8-0 Mike O’Cain ............. 6-5-0 Mike O’Cain ............. 7-5-0 Mike O’Cain ............. 6-6-0

3-4 6th 5-2 T2nd 6-2 2nd 4-4 5th 6-2 2nd 2-6 7th 3-5 T6th 3-5 T6th 5-3 T4th 3-5 T5th

5-1 6-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 1-5 2-3 4-2 5-1 4-1

1-4 3-1 2-2-1 2-3 3-2 2-3 1-4 2-3 2-2 2-4

1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-1

24 17 17 -

17 17 -

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Chuck Amato ............ 8-4-0 Chuck Amato ............ 7-5-0 Chuck Amato .......... 11-3-0 Chuck Amato ............ 8-5-0 Chuck Amato ............ 5-6-0 Chuck Amato ............ 7-5-0 Chuck Amato ............ 3-9-0 Tom O’Brien ............. 5-7-0 Tom O’Brien ............. 6-7-0 Tom O’Brien ............. 5-7-0

4-4 5th 4-4 T4th 5-3 4th 4-4 T4th 3-5 T8th 3-5 4thA 2-6 6thA 3-5 T5thA 4-4 T3rdA 2-6 5thA

5-1 3-3 6-1 6-1 2-4 4-3 3-4 3-4 4-3 5-3

2-3 4-1 4-2 1-4 2-2 2-2 0-5 2-3 2-3 0-4

1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

12 -

2010

Tom O’Brien ............. 9-4-0

5-3 T2ndA

5-1

3-3

1-0

25

3 4 1 2 1 2 4 3 3 1

14.8 12.9 10.8 17.6 11.9 13.4 19.1 21.4 20.5 18.3

133.7 123.7 131.6 160.8 152.3 153.9 168.3 174.5 211.7 188.9

118.2 96.6 90.9 160.5 74.6 87.9 119.1 103.8 94.3 61.7

251.9 220.3 222.5 341.4 226.9 241.8 287.4 278.3 306.0 250.6

11.3 14.9 13.9 9.1 19.4 11.0 16.8 9.4 18.5 20.1

171.8 192.8 140.8 139.5 190.4 125.4 140.9 132.1 166.0 171.5

80.2 78.4 126.4 89.5 102.5 129.1 134.0 121.2 146.5 124.8

252.0 271.2 267.2 229.0 292.9 254.5 274.9 253.3 312.5 296.3

0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 2

1 1 0 4 3 2 0 3 2 5

8.2 13.4 32.7 33.2 26.0 22.7 18.6 21.4 22.7 23.5

129.9 137.2 224.7 272.3 246.6 217.9 232.1 250.4 224.6 226.9

68.1 109.4 207.8 137.6 159.5 142.1 108.5 129.6 104.0 108.0

198.0 246.5 432.5 409.9 406.1 360.0 340.5 380.0 328.6 334.9

16.3 24.9 20.6 21.2 19.1 17.9 23.5 15.2 17.4 19.4

202.9 238.5 180.5 217.6 216.9 267.7 269.5 211.8 168.9 206.9

127.8 109.3 152.5 119.8 129.6 70.5 128.1 111.4 123.2 101.3

330.7 347.7 333.0 337.5 346.5 338.2 397.6 323.2 292.1 308.2

2 4 1 2 1 1 4 2 5 2

0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1

2 4 2 0 2 4 2 1 2 2

20.2 16.5 18.7 21.5 23.9 16.9 27.6 19.3 25.8 25.5

216.0 211.2 147.9 174.5 191.1 84.5 160.0 125.4 149.7 149.6

115.5 102.6 139.5 203.1 170.2 258.6 198.5 171.4 209.4 254.4

331.5 313.8 287.4 377.5 361.3 343.1 358.5 296.7 359.1 404.0

19.3 20.3 23.3 22.4 28.3 27.7 22.6 27.5 12.9 19.4

153.3 181.8 167.7 165.1 245.5 212.0 173.4 174.5 103.6 136.6

167.7 127.3 176.5 195.9 167.5 166.2 228.6 208.7 160.6 167.8

321.0 309.1 344.3 361.0 412.9 378.2 402.0 383.3 264.3 304.5

1-2 2-3 3-3 1-2 4-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 2-2 1-3

1 2 7 4 3 0 1 3 3 1

1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

5 4 3 3 4 0 1 2 2 2

24.3 24.5 27.1 24.6 25.2 23.6 24.4 29.5 31.2 20.3

164.7 163.1 205.3 154.2 192.0 143.7 140.0 178.8 133.6 113.4

162.4 188.7 189.4 242.9 193.2 224.3 213.1 222.5 309.2 211.4

327.1 351.8 394.8 397.1 385.2 368.0 353.1 401.3 442.8 324.8

14.7 16.8 15.3 25.9 22.8 32.2 36.5 24.4 27.8 25.2

109.6 122.6 164.8 193.9 135.6 190.6 227.4 130.9 168.0 157.3

168.0 181.5 208.5 220.4 189.1 231.0 200.5 248.9 206.5 202.2

277.6 304.2 356.0 414.3 324.0 421.6 427.8 379.8 374.5 359.4

11 -

0-2 1-3 1-1 0-2 0-3 2-2 2-1 1-1 2-1 1-2

3 2 9 4 1 3 2 0 1 2

1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0

2 2 2 2 3 6 3 2 2 2

31.0 27.3 32.9 37.6 24.0 20.8 17.5 20.8 23.5 30.3

103.8 111.6 144.1 100.8 147.0 124.4 119.7 89.2 123.2 120.9

292.5 246.5 247.7 352.3 202.0 190.2 182.3 245.7 206.0 272.9

396.4 358.2 391.8 453.2 349.0 314.6 302.0 334.9 329.2 393.8

28.0 20.3 17.0 29.6 19.8 17.7 21.8 28.2 26.3 31.2

191.0 142.0 125.3 136.9 102.4 107.2 151.5 186.4 142.2 139.1

184.5 217.3 175.5 284.1 119.0 191.5 166.7 207.5 248.7 222.2

375.5 359.3 300.8 421.0 221.4 298.7 318.2 393.9 390.9 361.2

25

2-0

4

2

1

31.8

123.3 281.2

404.5

21.3

114.3

225.1

339.4

94

DEFENSE Rush Pass 242.4 84.3 201.3 81.6 200.4 80.9 251.5 53.0 152.8 83.6 163.4 105.8 168.2 98.0

Total 326.7 284.9 281.3 304.5 236.4 269.2 266.2


Virginia Year By Year Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Ned McDonald ..........1-8-0 ----Ned McDonald ..........3-6-0 0-2 7th Ned McDonald ..........1-9-0 0-4 8th Ben Martin ................3-7-0 1-4 8th Ben Martin ................3-6-1 2-4 6th Dick Voris ..................1-9-0 1-5 8th Dick Voris ................0-10-0 0-5 8th

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Dick Voris ................0-10-0 0-6 Bill Elias ....................4-6-0 2-4 Bill Elias ....................5-5-0 1-4 Bill Elias ....................2-7-1 0-5-1 Bill Elias ....................5-5-0 1-5 George Blackburn ....4-6-0 2-4 George Blackburn ....4-6-0 3-3 George Blackburn ....5-5-0 3-3 George Blackburn ....7-3-0 3-2 George Blackburn ....3-7-0 1-5

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

George Blackburn ....5-6-0 Don Lawrence ...........3-8-0 Don Lawrence ...........4-7-0 Don Lawrence ...........4-7-0 Sonny Randle ............4-7-0 Sonny Randle ..........1-10-0 Dick Bestwick ...........2-9-0 Dick Bestwick ...........1-9-1 Dick Bestwick ...........2-9-0 Dick Bestwick ...........6-5-0

Final Final Nu AP 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-0 0-2 0-2 -

All- All- NFL OFFENSE AP ACC Am Draft Pts 0-0 0 0 1 0-4 0 0 0 12.6 0-0 0 0 2 9.6 0-3 2 0 2 9.2 0-2 1 1 4 11.7 0-3 0 0 0 8.9 0-2 0 0 1 8.0

Pass

Total

DEFENSE Pts

Rush

Pass

Total

129.8 77.3 191.7 47.4 147.5 91.9 154.6 93.8 99.0 138.6 93.3 116.8

207.1 239.1 239.4 238.4 237.6 210.1

18.0 20.1 16.7 16.4 30.1 39.3

225.7 164.7 182.0 213.4 245.6 277.4

88.1 95.9 88.3 74.8 141.4 138.3

313.8 260.6 270.3 298.3 387.0 415.7

-

0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0

0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 4 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 1 1 2 2 5 1 5 0

10.3 12.3 19.4 7.6 16.3 17.0 21.4 17.2 32.9 11.5

184.0 136.3 153.4 104.1 148.5 117.8 147.9 209.9 280.0 174.5

89.9 80.7 125.6 63.9 164.2 187.9 160.4 101.3 159.4 125.8

273.9 217.0 279.0 168.0 312.7 305.7 308.3 311.2 439.4 300.3

33.2 19.0 16.7 16.9 21.4 18.9 23.5 16.9 22.2 17.0

253.2 149.8 152.0 176.5 210.2 186.2 199.7 164.4 124.2 128.5

101.8 139.6 103.4 110.1 110.8 107.8 136.1 91.8 192.6 107.3

355.0 289.4 255.4 286.6 321.0 294.0 335.8 256.2 316.8 235.8

-

-

0-0 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-2

1 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 1 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 2

21.8 12.2 18.1 18.1 18.8 15.9 9.6 5.1 12.6 23.5

170.3 145.5 144.3 212.5 178.2 186.0 113.9 98.4 161.1 220.6

163.4 134.0 182.8 158.3 164.8 157.5 113.9 84.5 108.8 111.0

333.6 279.5 327.1 370.7 343.0 343.5 227.8 182.8 269.9 331.6

17.0 24.7 25.1 27.3 21.7 38.9 24.2 25.5 21.5 12.2

137.6 192.0 185.3 258.5 238.0 378.0 310.8 253.4 247.9 199.2

128.8 133.8 150.5 160.2 134.7 131.9 105.5 135.3 151.1 88.5

266.5 325.8 344.9 418.7 372.7 509.9 416.4 388.6 399.0 287.7

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2

20 18

17 15

0-1 0-2 0-1 1-1 1-2-1 0-0 1-1 0-2 0-2 2-3

2 1 1 2 5 4 0 5 2 4

0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2

1 2 0 2 3 3 1 1 3 3

13.1 11.5 18.9 22.9 27.1 23.8 18.0 24.5 22.8 29.2

126.9 116.7 158.2 217.3 231.1 246.6 159.4 169.4 156.2 216.2

134.9 164.9 173.1 179.1 158.6 123.1 211.9 222.0 196.2 195.2

261.8 281.6 331.3 396.4 389.7 369.7 371.3 391.4 352.4 411.3

23.5 23.7 29.1 25.5 19.0 19.7 28.6 23.6 22.2 20.0

202.5 201.3 205.4 212.6 161.3 183.6 246.9 188.6 136.9 169.8

140.2 183.2 180.7 174.5 187.4 158.0 168.9 197.8 229.0 192.4

342.6 384.5 386.1 387.1 348.6 341.6 415.8 386.5 365.9 360.5

4-1 1-2-1 4-1 2-3 4-2 3-3 2-3 2-2 4-2 4-1

0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1

23 15 16 18 -

15 13 16 18 -

1-2 1-1-1 1-3 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-3 0-3 2-3 2-2

6 4 1 4 2 6 6 2 7 3

2 2 1 1 1 5 5 1 3 3

4 3 4 2 3 1 6 2 6 4

40.2 28.5 31.0 27.6 31.8 28.7 29.1 25.2 29.5 29.5

257.4 187.6 235.4 200.2 187.0 173.3 193.7 117.9 213.1 191.5

244.1 212.1 166.1 216.6 217.6 226.6 190.8 232.1 213.5 211.0

501.5 399.6 401.5 416.8 404.6 399.9 384.5 350.0 426.6 402.5

18.5 10.8 20.8 16.9 16.8 20.3 15.6 22.0 19.3 27.5

138.2 186.0 184.7 142.7 63.6 109.2 108.0 114.0 118.5 166.5

207.5 137.5 169.2 183.4 246.5 257.0 187.5 210.9 214.7 228.1

345.6 323.5 353.9 326.1 310.2 366.2 295.5 324.9 333.3 394.6

4-2 4-3 6-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 4-2 5-1 4-3 1-6

2-3 1-4 2-4 2-4 3-2 1-4 1-5 4-2 1-4 2-3

0-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

22 23 -

25 23 -

0-5 2-4 4-3 1-1 0-4 2-3 0-1 1-1 2-1 0-4

1 1 6 1 5 3 0 2 4 2

0 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 2 1

1 3 2 1 7 5 1 3 4 1

20.7 20.8 28.7 28.0 30.2 26.7 15.1 24.4 16.1 19.3

163.7 106.0 126.9 130.2 242.8 142.6 99.9 135.6 96.6 99.1

195.5 239.0 230.1 255.7 180.6 223.7 157.2 194.8 203.2 170.5

359.2 345.0 357.1 385.9 423.4 366.2 257.2 330.4 299.8 269.6

23.2 27.6 24.9 20.4 17.7 23.2 17.8 19.7 21.7 26.3

184.5 202.8 208.9 161.7 118.1 151.2 119.3 106.9 149.6 173.8

237.5 227.8 215.7 223.0 194.8 224.6 170.2 225.5 183.7 184.6

421.9 430.6 424.6 384.7 312.8 375.8 289.5 332.5 333.2 358.4

4-3

0-5

0-0

-

-

1-2

2

1

1

25.3

139.3 265.5

404.8

28.2

203.7

192.4

396.1

Hm 0-4 3-2 1-4 2-3 0-4 1-3 0-4

Rd 0-3 0-3 0-3 1-1 2-2-1 0-4 0-4

6th 8th 7th 8th 8th 7th T3rd 4th 3rd 8th

0-4 3-1 4-1 1-2-1 3-3 1-4 3-2 2-3 4-1 1-4

0-4 0-3 1-3 0-3 1-2 2-2 1-4 3-2 3-2 1-3

0-2 1-2 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

-

0-6 2-3 1-5 3-3 1-5 0-5 1-4 1-5 0-6 2-4

8th T3rd T6th 4th 6th 7th 6th 6th 7th 6th

4-2 1-4 2-3 4-1 3-2 1-5 1-4 1-4 1-5 5-1

1-4 2-3 2-4 0-6 1-5 0-5 1-4 0-5-1 1-4 1-4

0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Dick Bestwick ...........4-7-0 2-4 Dick Bestwick .........1-10-1 0-6 George Welsh ............2-9-0 1-5 George Welsh ............6-5-0 3-3 George Welsh ............8-2-2 3-1-2 George Welsh ............6-5-0 4-3 George Welsh ............3-8-0 2-5 George Welsh ............8-4-0 5-2 George Welsh ............7-4-0 5-2 George Welsh ..........10-3-0 6-1

T4th 7th 6th T4th 2nd T3rd T6th 2nd 2nd T1st

1-4 1-5 2-4 5-1 3-2-1 4-2 2-4 5-0 4-2 6-0

3-3 0-5 0-5 1-4 4-0-1 2-3 1-4 2-4 3-2 4-1

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

George Welsh ............8-4-0 5-2 T2nd George Welsh ............8-3-1 4-2-1 4th George Welsh ............7-4-0 4-4 T4th George Welsh ............7-5-0 5-3 T3rd George Welsh ............9-3-0 5-3 T3rd George Welsh ............9-4-0 7-1 T1st George Welsh ............7-5-0 5-3 4th George Welsh ............7-4-0 5-3 T3rd George Welsh ............9-3-0 6-2 3rd George Welsh ............7-5-0 5-3 T2nd

4-2 7-0 3-3 5-1 4-1 5-1 5-1 5-2 5-0 3-3

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

George Welsh ............6-6-0 Al Groh......................5-7-0 Al Groh......................9-5-0 Al Groh......................8-5-0 Al Groh......................8-4-0 Al Groh......................7-5-0 Al Groh......................5-7-0 Al Groh......................9-4-0 Al Groh......................5-7-0 Al Groh......................3-9-0

5-3 4th 3-5 T7th 6-2 T2nd 4-4 T4th 5-3 T3rd 3-5 5thC 4-4 3rdC 6-2 2ndC 3-5 5thC 2-6 6thC

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Mike London ............4-8-0

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Virginia Tech Year By Year Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L ACC Finish Frank O. Moseley ........ 5-5 3-3 T5th Frank O. Moseley .....8-0-1 3-0-1 3rd Frank O. Moseley .....6-3-1 2-1-1 2nd Frank O. Moseley .....7-2-1 3-0 2nd Frank O. Moseley ........ 4-6 1-3 T7th Frank O. Moseley .....5-4-1 3-1 2nd Frank O. Moseley ........ 6-4 3-1 3rd

Hm 2-0 2-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 2-0 2-0 1-1

Rd 1-3 3-0 3-1 2-2 2-3 0-2-1 3-1

Nu 2-2 3-0 3-1 4-0 0-3 3-2 2-2

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Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 0-1 2 0 1 0-0 4 0 5 0-0 4 0 0 1-1 4 0 3 0-2 3 0 1 0-0 4 1 1 0-0 4 1 1

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 14.2 186.8 78.0 22.0 231.0 59.2 19.1 190.1 64.3 26.4 283.5 72.4 11.4 178.7 79.0 16.5 151.9 112.4 22.2 175.5 125.9

Total 264.8 290.2 254.4 355.9 257.7 264.3 301.4

DEFENSE Pts Rush Pass 12.4 165.6 84.0 8.3 137.9 81.3 13.3 149.4 67.0 9.8 151.6 79.0 14.8 162.3 48.5 19.6 196.8 72.9 17.8 170.6 137.3

Total 249.6 219.2 216.4 230.6 210.8 269.7 307.9

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Frank O. Moseley ........ 6-4 Jerry Claiborne ........... 4-5 Jerry Claiborne ........... 5-5 Jerry Claiborne ........... 8-2 Jerry Claiborne ........... 6-4 Jerry Claiborne ........... 7-3 Jerry Claiborne ........8-2-1 Jerry Claiborne ........... 7-3 Jerry Claiborne ........... 7-4 Jerry Claiborne ........4-5-1

1-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 3-1 3-0 2-0-1 3-1 3-1 0-3-1

2-3 0-4 1-3 4-2 2-2 2-3 4-1 4-1 3-1 1-2

3-0 2-1 2-2 2-0 1-1 2-0 2-1 0-1 1-2 3-0

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0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1

4 3 2 5 4 0 -

0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0

3 0 1 1 2 0 3 2 2 1

17.3 10.3 13.7 21.6 22.4 18.8 23.8 18.3 22.3 23.4

169.0 57.2 154.6 47.4 146.6 63.7 187.9 74.8 195.0 100.8 173.1 104.2 188.5 80.9 150.4 66.5 184.3 99.1 217.4 105.8

226.2 202.0 210.3 262.7 295.8 277.3 269.4 216.9 283.4 323.2

10.3 12.4 13.7 12.6 17.8 13.4 9.0 11.2 13.1 11.0

152.1 149.3 151.1 166.3 167.6 140.7 72.3 72.4 116.6 129.1

86.7 76.6 77.1 85.5 133.3 115.2 139.4 179.7 181.7 136.9

238.8 225.9 228.2 251.8 300.9 255.9 211.7 252.1 298.3 266.0

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Jerry Claiborne ........... 5-6 Charlie Coffey ............. 4-7 Charlie Coffey ..........6-4-1 Charlie Coffey ............. 2-9 Jimmy Sharpe .............. 4-7 Jimmy Sharpe .............. 8-3 Jimmy Sharpe .............. 6-5 Jimmy Sharpe ...........3-7-1 Bill Dooley .................... 4-7 Bill Dooley .................... 5-6

3-2 2-3 4-0-1 2-3 1-3 5-0 3-2 2-3-1 3-3 4-3

1-3 1-4 2-3 0-6 3-3 2-3 2-3 0-4 1-4 1-3

1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

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0-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-2

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0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 2

18.1 22.6 27.9 20.3 25.3 21.6 20.3 15.8 14.7 20.3

177.7 129.5 107.2 199.6 266.5 279.6 250.6 211.0 236.4 226.5

117.1 245.0 304.4 162.5 101.4 61.8 58.8 82.3 111.3 138.8

294.8 374.5 411.6 362.1 367.9 341.4 309.4 293.3 347.7 365.3

20.7 24.7 23.0 34.5 23.7 13.7 16.0 19.1 20.5 20.2

205.5 218.5 204.8 313.9 230.3 162.6 161.6 201.1 189.5 199.3

151.0 198.7 161.7 153.0 132.7 145.8 140.8 144.1 141.2 165.8

356.5 417.2 366.5 466.9 363.0 308.4 302.4 345.2 330.7 365.1

1980 Bill Dooley .................... 8-4 6-0 1981 Bill Dooley .................... 7-4 5-1 1982 Bill Dooley .................... 7-4 4-3 1983 Bill Dooley .................... 9-2 6-1 1984 Bill Dooley .................... 8-4 4-2 1985 Bill Dooley .................... 6-5 4-2 1986 Bill Dooley .............10-1-1* - 5-1-1 1987 Frank Beamer .............. 2-9 2-3 1988 Frank Beamer .............. 3-8 2-3 1989 Frank Beamer ...........6-4-1 4-2 1990 Frank Beamer .............. 6-5 5-1 * Temple forfeited game because of an ineligible player.

1-3 2-3 2-1 3-1 3-1 2-3 3-0 0-6 1-5 2-2-1 1-4

1-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-0* 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

20 -

25

0-1 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-0 0-2 0-4 1-3 1-2

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0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 2 5 0 2 3 0 2 1

21.7 21.1 19.2 27.4 22.4 24.9 23.7 18.5 16.0 18.5 22.3

212.0 198.9 161.5 279.0 196.2 225.0 207.8 136.0 148.0 157.1 152.1

123.3 138.0 152.6 133.2 148.2 152.9 150.9 125.7 147.1 143.9 215.7

335.3 336.9 314.1 412.2 344.4 377.9 358.7 261.7 295.1 301.0 367.8

9.9 11.6 12.8 8.3 11.5 19.9 16.7 27.3 24.0 16.4 20.6

102.4 113.5 49.5 69.4 71.5 111.0 175.8 221.3 139.1 83.1 119.3

115.9 186.4 228.7 186.7 162.5 223.7 190.9 168.2 181.7 159.7 231.6

218.3 299.9 278.2 256.1 234.0 334.7 366.7 389.5 320.8 242.0 350.9

4-1 1-4-1 6-0 5-1 3-2 7-0 5-1 4-2 6-0

1-4 1-4 2-3 3-2 5-0 3-1 2-3 4-1 5-0

0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1

22 10 13 23 2

20 24 9 12 19 3

0-4 0-2-1 2-2 0-2 4-0 3-1 0-2 1-1 4-1

4 2 5 7 11 12 9 11 15

1 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 5

4 0 3 2 2 4 4 2 5

25.0 24.5 36.4 27.6 29.2 31.7 29.2 31.2 41.4

180.0 205.0 242.8 156.8 184.3 227.6 215.3 178.4 253.9

194.5 175.2 201.3 198.6 200.5 189.4 146.9 138.4 197.9

374.5 380.2 444.1 355.4 384.8 417.0 362.2 316.8 451.8

20.8 25.6 22.7 18.4 14.1 15.3 16.8 12.9 10.5

143.5 176.2 132.7 131.5 77.4 112.0 118.9 102.2 75.9

213.3 229.5 251.0 176.8 104.2 204.1 208.0 182.7 171.4

356.8 405.7 383.7 308.3 181.6 316.1 326.9 284.9 247.3

2nd T3rd T4th 4th

6-0 4-2 6-2 6-1

4-1 4-1 3-2 2-3

1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

6 18 18 -

6 18 14 -

1-1 0-2 3-1 1-1

12 5 7 8

4 3 2 3

3 8 2 5

40.3 32.6 30.6 35.4

270.5 194.7 212.4 209.3

155.9 179.4 159.2 192.5

426.4 374.1 371.6 401.8

22.6 13.4 18.8 23.0

99.3 71.6 121.4 136.0

224.4 166.3 213.6 231.5

323.6 237.9 335.1 367.5

1st 1stC 2ndC 1stC 1stC 2ndC

6-1 5-1 7-1 6-1 6-0 5-1

4-0 5-0 3-1 4-1 2-3 4-1

0-2 1-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1

10 7 19 9 15 10

10 7 18 9 14 10

3-1 3-1 2-1 3-3 3-1 2-2

4 5 3 4 5 9

2 2 1 2 2 3

3 9 3 8 1 5

30.8 33.8 25.8 28.7 22.1 31.8

178.2 190.7 113.4 133.6 174.4 208.2

187.3 190.2 181.8 196.9 129.1 183.9

365.5 380.9 295.2 330.5 303.4 392.1

12.8 12.9 11.0 16.1 16.7 15.6

115.2 93.4 91.2 86.6 104.4 128.4

152.8 154.2 128.2 210.3 175.0 167.1

268.0 247.6 219.5 296.9 279.4 295.5

1stC

6-1

4-0

1-2

15

16

3-2

11

3

3

33.9

198.7 203.6

402.3

20.6

155.9

205.6

361.5

4-2 T2nd 2-3 7th 2-3 6th 5-0 1st 3-1 2nd -

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Joined BIG EAST in 1991. 1991 Frank Beamer .............. 5-6 1992 Frank Beamer ...........2-8-1 1993 Frank Beamer .............. 9-3 1994 Frank Beamer .............. 8-4 1995 Frank Beamer ............ 10-2 1996 Frank Beamer ............ 10-2 1997 Frank Beamer .............. 7-5 1998 Frank Beamer .............. 9-3 1999 Frank Beamer ............ 11-1

4-3 4th 5-2 2nd 6-1 1st 6-1 T1st 5-2 2nd 5-2 T2nd 7-0 1st

2000 2001 2002 2003

6-1 4-3 3-4 4-3

Frank Beamer ............ 11-1 Frank Beamer .............. 8-4 Frank Beamer ............ 10-4 Frank Beamer .............. 8-5

Joined Atlantic Coast Conference in 2004. 2004 Frank Beamer .........10-3-0 7-1 2005 Frank Beamer ......... 11-2-0 7-1 2006 Frank Beamer .........10-3-0 6-2 2007 Frank Beamer ......... 11-3-0 7-1 2008 Frank Beamer .........10-4-0 5-3 2009 Frank Beamer .........10-3-0 6-2 2010

Frank Beamer ......... 11-3-0

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0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

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0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1

1 1 0 0 2 1 3 2 1 2

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

2-4 2-4 1-4 0-6 0-5 3-3 3-3 0-6 0-6 3-3

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

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0-2 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-4 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-3 3-1

6 5 2 1 0 2 4 3 0 4

2-4 1-4 2-2 2-4 3-2 3-3 3-3 4-2 3-2-1 1-4-1

3-2 3-3 1-5 2-3 3-3 1-4 2-3 3-2 3-2 1-4

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-2

8th T7th T4th 9th 8th 9th 8th T6th T6th T5th

2-4 2-3 3-2 1-5 2-4 0-5 3-3 3-2 1-5 4-2

1-4 1-5 4-2 1-4 1-4 1-5 0-4 2-4 2-3 2-3

0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

25 -

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Jim Caldwell ............ 2-9-0 Jim Grobe ................ 6-5-0 Jim Grobe ................ 7-6-0 Jim Grobe ................ 5-7-0 Jim Grobe ................ 4-7-0 Jim Grobe ................ 4-7-0 Jim Grobe .............. 11-3-0 Jim Grobe ................ 9-4-0 Jim Grobe ................ 8-5-0 Jim Grobe ................ 5-7-0

1-7 8th 3-5 T7th 3-5 7th 3-5 7th 1-7 T9th 3-5 t5thA 6-2 1stA 5-3 T2ndA 4-4 T3rdA 3-5 4thA

1-5 2-4 4-2 3-4 3-3 3-3 4-2 5-1 5-2 4-3

1-4 4-1 2-4 2-3 1-4 1-4 6-0 3-3 2-3 1-4

0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-0

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Jim Grobe ................... 3-9

1-7

2-4

1-5

0-0

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Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Coach W-L Tom Rogers .............. 3-6-1 Tom Rogers .............. 2-7-1 Tom Rogers .............. 5-4-1 Paul Amen ................ 2-5-3 Paul Amen .............. 0-10-0 Paul Amen ................ 3-7-0 Paul Amen ................ 6-4-0

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Bill Hildebrand ........ 2-8-0 Bill Hildebrand ........ 4-6-0 Bill Hildebrand ...... 0-10-0 Bill Hildebrand ........ 1-9-0 Bill Tate .................... 5-5-0 Bill Tate .................... 3-7-0 Bill Tate .................... 3-7-0 Bill Tate .................... 4-6-0 Bill Tate .................... 2-7-1 Cal Stoll .................... 3-7-0

T6th T5th 8th 7th T3rd 7th 6th 5th 6th 6th

0-4 3-1 0-5 1-3 2-1 2-1 1-3 2-1 2-2-1 1-3

2-4 1-5 0-5 0-6 2-4 0-5 2-4 2-4 0-5 1-4

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Cal Stoll .................... 6-5-0 5-1 1st Cal Stoll .................... 6-5-0 2-3 T3rd Tom Harper ............. 2-9-0 1-5 T6th Chuck Mills .............. 1-9-1 0-5-1 7th Chuck Mills ............ 1-10-0 0-6 7th Chuck Mills .............. 3-8-0 3-3 4th Chuck Mills .............. 5-6-0 3-3 3rd Chuck Mills ............ 1-10-0 0-6 7th John Mackovic....... 1-10-0 1-5 6th John Mackovic......... 8-4-0 4-2 T2nd

4-0 4-1 1-5 1-3-1 1-5 0-5 2-3 1-4 1-4 5-0

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

John Mackovic......... 5-6-0 Al Groh ................... 4-7-0 Al Groh..................... 3-8-0 Al Groh..................... 4-7-0 Al Groh..................... 6-5-0 Al Groh..................... 4-7-0 Al Groh..................... 5-6-0 Bill Dooley ................ 7-4-0 Bill Dooley ................ 6-4-1 Bill Dooley ................ 2-8-1

2-4 1-5 0-6 1-5 3-3 1-6 2-5 4-3 4-3 1-6

T4th 6th 7th 7th 4th 8th T6th T3rd T4th 7th

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Bill Dooley ................ 3-8-0 Bill Dooley ................ 3-8-0 Bill Dooley ................ 8-4-0 Jim Caldwell ............ 2-9-0 Jim Caldwell ............ 3-8-0 Jim Caldwell .......... 1-10-0 Jim Caldwell ............ 3-8-0 Jim Caldwell ............ 5-6-0 Jim Caldwell ............ 3-8-0 Jim Caldwell ............ 7-5-0

0-7 1-6 4-4 1-7 1-7 0-8 1-7 3-5 2-6 3-5

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

ACC Finish 2-3 T3rd 1-4-1 6th 3-3-1 5th 1-5-1 7th 0-7 8th 2-4 6th 4-3 T4th 2-5 3-4 0-7 1-5 4-3 1-5 2-4 3-4 2-3 2-5

6thA

Hm 0-2 2-2 3-0 1-3 0-5 2-1 2-1

Rd Nu 1-4-1 2-0 0-3 0-2-1 1-4-1 1-0 1-1-3 0-1 0-5 0-0 0-6 1-0 3-3 1-0

Vs. All- All- NFL AP ACC Am Draft 1-1 0 0 0 0-0-1 1 0 3 0-3 2 1 4 0-0 1 1 3 0-2 0 0 3 0-3 0 0 0 0-1 3 0 4

OFFENSE Pts Rush Pass 12.3 117.4 75.4 12.9 156.9 83.4 13.1 94.7 120.1 9.1 177.4 55.5 6.4 153.9 42.6 12.4 157.0 135.0 21.8 164.1 149.8

Total 192.8 245.3 223.8 232.9 196.5 292.0 313.9

DEFENSE NSE ush Pass Pts Rush 15.7 200.3 78.4 16.5 160.9 97.1 15.7 157.5 111.7 10.2 219.1 49.7 22.5 203.0 93.0 16.3 195.7 108.5 17.8 204.9 62.1

Total 278.7 258.0 269.2 268.8 296.0 304.2 267.0

4 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 1

11.9 10.3 6.6 3.7 17.2 8.8 9.0 17.5 21.2 12.5

100.7 158.7 101.4 87.6 182.2 118.1 142.4 203.5 176.9 162.9

169.2 64.8 111.0 77.4 134.4 98.4 101.9 100.7 172.1 106.1

269.9 223.5 212.4 165.0 316.6 216.5 244.3 304.2 349.0 269.0

21.5 15.9 27.8 31.8 17.8 20.4 16.2 25.6 22.8 27.9

222.8 164.9 210.5 279.4 173.4 184.1 134.8 227.7 210.2 262.7

85.1 98.0 95.9 125.1 118.2 121.7 144.6 155.8 164.3 116.1

307.9 262.9 306.4 404.5 291.6 305.8 279.4 383.5 374.5 378.8

1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

1 1 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 1

19.1 19.8 8.0 6.6 6.7 20.1 16.1 10.3 9.5 20.9

226.9 304.0 150.6 133.4 115.9 184.0 155.8 134.5 93.4 162.5

77.8 30.9 55.0 68.8 102.2 134.7 109.4 160.3 164.9 222.6

304.7 334.9 205.6 202.2 218.1 318.7 265.2 294.8 258.3 385.1

24.1 16.2 30.8 29.6 31.6 24.0 18.7 24.5 24.9 22.6

196.5 167.0 261.5 277.5 266.2 255.6 198.3 261.5 269.0 205.3

175.4 136.8 164.8 142.9 138.1 128.8 104.4 105.4 144.5 145.7

371.9 303.8 426.3 420.5 404.3 384.5 302.6 366.9 413.5 351.0

3 2 3 0 2 2 3 3 2 1

1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

2 2 0 0 2 3 2 2 3 1

22.8 19.7 18.2 23.4 18.6 19.3 29.5 18.3 25.6 17.6

102.3 81.5 111.9 146.1 181.2 165.4 160.3 139.1 175.4 154.5

239.5 271.5 226.5 208.0 162.8 202.3 241.4 174.1 210.2 228.9

341.7 352.9 338.4 354.1 344.0 367.6 401.6 313.2 385.6 383.5

19.4 33.2 29.3 25.5 21.1 22.6 26.8 16.8 21.6 29.0

157.6 315.7 250.1 267.5 200.8 160.1 205.2 163.6 164.5 210.3

182.9 173.0 199.2 143.6 165.6 189.4 200.2 158.0 247.0 224.7

340.5 488.7 449.3 411.1 366.5 349.5 405.4 321.6 411.5 435.0

0-3 0-1 0-3 0-4 0-2 0-2 1-3 1-2 0-3 2-1

1 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

22.5 18.0 20.6 18.1 13.0 17.3 13.1 22.3 21.4 22.1

155.3 126.3 142.4 139.1 93.1 51.0 65.1 105.7 65.4 175.7

192.9 204.5 201.7 213.1 159.9 279.4 254.1 253.3 286.5 141.4

348.2 330.8 344.1 352.2 253.0 330.4 319.2 359.0 351.8 317.1

31.9 27.3 20.5 28.9 33.9 32.7 34.0 26.2 30.5 18.7

235.5 194.1 191.2 223.8 270.7 193.7 254.4 96.1 187.2 121.4

175.4 215.1 177.8 224.4 180.3 144.6 131.3 264.3 213.6 199.0

410.8 409.2 367.6 448.2 451.0 426.1 475.9 360.4 400.8 320.4

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0-2 0-1 0-3 1-1 0-2 0-3 2-2 1-2 1-0 0-2

0 1 2 3 2 2 5 3 3 1

0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 2 0

0 0 3 0 1 1 2 3 4 2

16.5 26.5 27.4 27.9 20.9 24.5 21.6 27.8 21.0 26.3

150.2 221.6 241.2 203.2 206.1 197.5 149.9 143.2 121.4 131.8

175.8 168.5 166.9 151.5 145.2 161.3 157.1 197.2 186.9 271.6

326.0 309.2 408.1 354.8 351.3 358.8 307.0 340.4 308.3 403.4

32.9 28.3 25.2 28.9 23.0 28.7 15.4 22.2 18.3 26.2

205.5 140.4 158.2 174.3 157.9 133.5 105.8 109.4 124.2 164.3

227.4 244.9 232.0 279.8 235.3 252.7 216.7 231.0 172.5 218.8

432.9 385.3 390.2 454.2 393.2 386.2 322.5 340.4 296.7 383.1

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0

0

0

22.8

158.5 143.8

302.3

35.8

192.5

238.2

430.7

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ACC A CC Champions Champ pions ACC Overall Bowl Bowl Champion................ Head Coach.................Record ....... Record..... Teams .. Record Duke......................... Bill Murray..........................4-0 ........... 7-2-1 .............1 ........... 0-1 Maryland .................. Jim Tatum ...........................3-0 ............ 10-1 Duke......................... Bill Murray...................... 4-0-0 ........... 8-2-1 .............1 ........... 1-0 Maryland ................. Jim Tatum .......................... 4-0 .........10-1-0 .............1 ........... 0-1 Duke ........................ Bill Murray ........................ 4-0 ...........7-2-1 Clemson ................... Frank Howard................. 4-0-1 ...........7-2-2 .............1 ........... 0-1 NC State .................. Earle Edwards ................ 5-0-1 ...........7-1-2 .............1 ........... 0-1 Clemson ................... Frank Howard.................... 5-1 ..............8-3 .............1 ........... 0-1 Clemson ................... Frank Howard.................... 6-1 ..............9-2 .............1 ........... 1-0 Duke ........................ Bill Murray ........................ 5-1 ..............8-3 .............1 ........... 1-0 Duke ........................ Bill Murray ........................ 5-1 ..............7-3 .............0 ........... 0-0 Duke ........................ Bill Murray ........................ 6-0 ..............8-2 .............0 ........... 0-0 North Carolina ......... Jim Hickey......................... 6-1 ..............9-2 .............2 ........... 1-1 NC State .................. Earle Edwards ................... 6-1 ..............8-3 NC State .................. Earle Edwards ................... 5-2 ..............5-5 .............0 ........... 0-0 Clemson ................... Frank Howard.................... 5-2 ..............5-5 .............0 ........... 0-0 NC State .................. Earle Edwards ................... 5-2 ..............6-4 Clemson ................... Frank Howard.................... 6-1 ..............6-4 .............0 ........... 0-0 Clemson ................... Frank Howard.................... 6-0 ..............6-4 .............1 ........... 1-0 NC State .................. Earle Edwards ................... 6-1 ..............6-4 .............0 ........... 0-0 South Carolina ......... Paul Dietzel ....................... 6-0 ..............7-4 .............1 ........... 0-1 Wake Forest ............. Cal Stoll ............................. 5-1 ..............6-5 .............1 ........... 0-1 North Carolina ......... Bill Dooley ........................ 6-0 ..............9-3 .............1 ........... 0-1 North Carolina ......... Bill Dooley ........................ 6-0 ............ 11-1 .............2 ........... 2-0 NC State .................. Lou Holtz........................... 6-0 ..............9-3 .............2 ........... 1-1 Maryland ................. Jerry Claiborne .................. 6-0 ..............8-4 .............3 ........0-2-1 Maryland ................. Jerry Claiborne .................. 5-0 ...........9-2-1 .............2 ........... 1-1 Maryland ................. Jerry Claiborne .................. 5-0 ............ 11-1 .............2 ........... 0-2 North Carolina ......... Bill Dooley ..................... 5-0-1 ...........8-3-1 .............4 ........... 2-2 Clemson ................... Charley Pell ....................... 6-0 ............ 11-1 .............2 ........... 1-1 NC State .................. Bo Rein.............................. 5-1 ..............7-4 .............2 ........... 1-1 North Carolina ......... Dick Crum ......................... 6-0 ............ 11-1 .............2 ........... 1-1 Clemson ................... Danny Ford........................ 6-0 ............12-0 .............2 ........... 2-0 Clemson ................... Danny Ford........................ 6-0 ...........9-1-1 .............2 ........... 1-1 Maryland ................. Bobby Ross ....................... 5-0 ..............8-4 .............2 ........... 0-2 Maryland ................. Bobby Ross ....................... 5-0 ..............9-3 .............2 ........... 2-0 Maryland ................. Bobby Ross ....................... 6-0 ..............9-3 .............2 ........... 1-1 Clemson ................... Danny Ford..................... 5-1-1 ...........8-2-2 .............3 ........... 1-2 Clemson ................... Danny Ford........................ 6-1 ............10-2 .............2 ........... 2-0 Clemson ................... Danny Ford........................ 6-1 ............10-2 .............2 ........... 2-0 Virginia .................... George Welsh .................... 6-1 ............10-3 .............4 ........... 1-3 Duke ........................ Steve Spurrier .................... 6-1 ..............8-4 Georgia Tech............ Bobby Ross .................... 6-0-1 .........11-0-1 .............5 ........3-1-1 Clemson ................... Ken Hatfield ................... 6-0-1 ...........9-2-1 .............5 ........... 2-3 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 ............ 11-1 .............4 ........... 3-1 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 ............12-1 .............5 ........... 2-3 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 .........10-1-1 .............5 ........... 3-2 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 7-1 ............10-2 .............4 ........... 3-1 Virginia .................... George Welsh .................... 7-1 ..............9-4 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 ............ 11-1 .............4 ........... 1-3 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 ............ 11-1 .............4 ........... 3-1 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 7-1 ............ 11-2 .............5 ........... 2-3 Georgia Tech............ George O’Leary................. 7-1 ............10-2 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 ............12-0 .............5 ........... 2-3 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 8-0 ............ 11-2 .............5 ........... 1-4 Maryland ................. Ralph Friedgen .................. 7-1 ............10-2 .............6 ........... 4-2 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 7-1 ..............9-5 .............7 ........... 4-3 Florida State ............ Bobby Bowden .................. 7-1 ............10-3 .............6 ........... 5-1 Virginia Tech ........... Frank Beamer .................... 7-1 ............10-3 .............6 ........... 3-3 Bowl Bowl Title Game Results .........................................Site ..... Head Coach ....Tms ... Record Florida State 27, Virginia Tech 22 .. Jacksonville, Fla. ..... Bobby Bowden ..... 8 .......... 5-3 Wake Forest 9, Georgia Tech 6... Jacksonville, Fla. ..... Jim Grobe ............. 8 .......... 4-4 Virginia Tech 30, Boston College 16 .. Jacksonville, Fla. ..... Frank Beamer ....... 8 .......... 2-6 Virginia Tech 30, Boston College 12 ........... Tampa, Fla. ..... Frank Beamer ..... 10 .......... 4-6 *Georgia Tech 39, Clemson 34 ........... Tampa, Fla. ..... Paul Johnson........ 7 .......... 3-4 *Tech’s 2009 ACC Football title and win over Clemson in the ACC FB Championship Game were vacated due to NCAA Sanctions. Virginia Tech 44, Clemson 33 ........Charlotte, N.C. ..... Frank Beamer ....... 9 .......... 4-5

ACC FOOTBALL TITLES By Team: Co- Outright Overall Team Titles Titles Titles Clemson................1............ 12 ............13 Florida State ........2............ 10 ............12 Maryland .............2.............. 7 ..............9 NC State ...............2.............. 5 ..............7 Duke .....................3.............. 4 ..............7 North Carolina ....1.............. 4 ..............5 Virginia Tech .......0.............. 4 ..............4 Virginia ................2.............. 0 ..............2 Georgia Tech ........1.............. 1 ............*2 Wake Forest .........0.............. 2 ..............2 South Carolina ....0.............. 1 ..............1 Boston College .....0.............. 0 ..............0 Miami ...................0.............. 0 ..............0 *Georgia Tech’s 2009 ACC title vacated due to NCAA sanctions By Coach: Coach Titles Bobby Bowden, Florida State ...........12 Frank Howard, Clemson .....................6 Bill Murray, Duke ................................6 Earle Edwards, NC State ....................5 Danny Ford, Clemson ..........................5 Bobby Ross, Maryland & Ga. Tech ....4 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ..............4 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland .................3 Bill Dooley, North Carolina .................3 Jim Tatum, Maryland ..........................2 George Welsh, Virginia ........................2 Dick Crum, North Carolina ................1 Paul Dietzel, South Carolina ...............1 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland..................1 Jim Grobe,Wake Forest .......................1 Ken Hatfield, Clemson.........................1 Jim Hickey, North Carolina ................1 Lou Holtz, NC State .............................1 George O’Leary, Georgia Tech ...........1 Charley Pell, Clemson .........................1 Bo Rein, NC State ................................1 Steve Spurrier, Duke ............................1 Cal Stoll, Wake Forest .........................1

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ACC Honors Year by Year

ACC Coach of the Year

ACC Player of the Year

ACC Rookie of the Year

ACC Offensive Player of the Year

ACC Defensive Player of the Year

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Ralph Friedgen, MD ........ Tyrod Taylor, Sr., QB, VT .......... Danny O’Brien, QB, MD ......... Tyrod Taylor, Sr., QB, VT .......... Da’Quan Bowers, Jr., DE, CL Paul Johnson, GT............. C.J. Spiller, Sr., RB-KR, CL ...... Ryan Williams, TB, VT ............ C. J. Spiller, Sr., RB-KR, CL...... Derrick Morgan, Jr., DE, GT Paul Johnson, GT............. Jonathan Dwyer, Jr., AB, GT ..... Russell Wilson, QB, NCS ........ Jonathan Dwyer, Jr., AB, GT...... Mark Herzlich, Jr., LB, BC Al Groh, UVa ................... Matt Ryan, Sr., QB, BC.............. Josh Adams, RB, WF ............... Matt Ryan, Sr., QB, BC .............. Chris Long, Sr., DE, UVa Jim Grobe, WF ................ Calvin Johnson, Jr., WR, GT...... Riley Skinner, QB, WF ............ Calvin Johnson, Jr.,WR, GT ....... Gaines Adams, Sr., DE, Clem. Frank Beamer, VT............. Chris Barclay, Sr., TB, WF .......... James Davis, TB, Clem. ........... Chris Barclay, Sr., TB, WF ......... D’Qwell Jackson, Sr.,LB, Md. Frank Beamer, VT ........... Bryan Randall, Sr., QB, VT ....... Calvin Johnson, WR, GT ......... Bryan Randall, Sr., QB, VT........ Leroy Hill, LB, Sr.,Clem. Tommy Bowden, Clem.... Philip Rivers, Sr., QB, NCS ....... Reggie Ball, QB, GT ................ Philip Rivers, Sr., QB, NCS ....... Darnell Dockett, Sr.,DL, FSU Al Groh, UVa ................... Matt Schaub, Sr., QB, UVa ........ T.A. McLendon, RB, NCS ....... Matt Schaub, Sr., QB, UVa......... E.J. Henderson, Sr.,LB, Md. Ralph Friedgen, Md. ........ E.J. Henderson, Jr., LB, Md. ...... Chris Rix, QB, FSU ................. Bruce Perry, Sr., RB, Md. ........... E.J. Henderson, Jr., LB, Md. George O’Leary, GT ........ Chris Weinke, Sr., QB, FSU ....... Philip Rivers, QB, NCS ........... Chris Weinke, Sr., QB, FSU ....... Levar Fisher, Sr., LB, NCS

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Tommy Bowden, Clem.... Joe Hamilton, Sr., QB, GT ......... Koren Robinson, WR, NCS ..... Joe Hamilton, Sr., QB, GT ......... Keith Adams, So.,LB, Clem. George O’Leary, GT ........ Torry Holt, Sr., WR, NCS .......... Ray Robinson, RB, NCS .......... Torry Holt, Sr.,WR, NCS ........... Anthony Poindexter, Sr.,DB, UVa Bobby Bowden, FSU ........ Andre Wadsworth, Sr., DE, FSU.. Travis Minor, RB, FSU .............. Thad Busby, Sr., QB, FSU ........... Andre Wadsworth, Sr., DE, FSU Mack Brown, UNC ........... Tiki Barber, Sr., RB, UVa ............ Dre’ Bly, DB, UNC .................. Tiki Barber, Sr.,RB, UVa ............ Peter Boulware, Jr., LB, FSU George Welsh, UVa ......... Danny Kanell, Sr., QB, FSU ...... Anthony Simmons, LB, Clem. . Danny Kanell, Sr., QB, FSU ...... Marcus Jones, DE, Sr.,UNC Fred Goldsmith, Duke ..... Robert Baldwin, Sr., RB, Duke ..... Ronde Barber, DB, UVa............. Robert Baldwin, Sr.,RB, Duke ..... Derrick Alexander, Jr., DE, FSU Bobby Bowden, FSU ........ Charlie Ward, Sr., QB, FSU ........ Leon Johnson, RB, UNC.......... Charlie Ward, Sr.,QB, FSU ........ Derrick Brooks, LB, Jr., FSU Bill Dooley, WF............... Charlie Ward, Jr., QB, FSU ........ Tamarick Vanover, WR, FSU ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year George Welsh, UVa ......... Matt Blundin, Sr., QB, UVa ....... Jimy Lincoln, RB, GT (Began with 2007 Season) Bobby Ross, GT .............. Shawn Moore, Sr., QB, UVa ...... Ronald Williams, RB, Clem. 2007--Deunta Williams, DB, UNC 2008--Sean Spence, LB, UM Steve Spurrier, Duke........ Clarkston Hines, Sr., WR, Duke .... Shawn Jones, QB, GT 2009--Luke Kuechly, LB, BC Steve Spurrier, Duke ......... Anthony Dilweg, Sr., QB, Duke.... Jesse Campbell, DB, NCS 2010--Xavier Rhodes, CB, FSU Bill Dooley, WF ................ Michael Perry, Sr., DT, Clem. ..... Terry Allen, RB, Clem. ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year Dick Sheridan, NCS ........ Erik Kramer, Sr., QB, NCS ........ Ray Agnew, DT, NCS (Began with 2007 Season) Bill Curry, GT.................. Barry Word, Sr., RB, UVa .......... Jerry Mays, RB, GT 2007--Josh Adams, RB, WF George Welsh, UVa ......... William Perry, Sr., DL, Clem. .... John Ford, WR, UVa 2008--Russell Wilson, QB, NCS 2009--Ryan Williams, TB, VT George Welsh, UVa ......... Ben Bennett, Sr., QB, Duke ....... Cory Collier, RB, GT 2010--Danny O’Brien, QB, MD Bobby Ross, Md. ............. Chris Castor, Sr., WR, Duke ...... Michael Ramseur, RB, WF Danny Ford, Clem. .......... Jeff Davis, Sr., LB, Clem. .......... Joe McIntosh, RB, NCS ACC COACH ACC PLAYER Dick Crum, UNC ............. Lawrence Taylor, Sr., LB, UNC .... Ben Bennett, QB, Duke OF THE YEAR OF THE YEAR Clemson...........................8 Duke ............................10 John Mackovic, WF .......... Jay Venuto, Jr., QB, WF .............. Chuck McSwain, RB, Clem. Virginia ...........................8 Clemson.........................7 Charley Pell, Clem. ......... Steve Fuller, Sr., QB, Clem. ....... Darrell Nicholson, LB, UNC Maryland ........................8 NC State ........................7 Charley Pell, Clem. ......... Steve Fuller, Jr., QB, Clem. ....... Amos Lawrence, RB, UNC Wake Forest ....................8 Virginia .........................7 Jerry Claiborne, Md. ........ Mike Voight, Sr., RB, UNC........ James McDougald, RB, WF Duke ................................6 North Carolina .............6 Jerry Claiborne, Md. ........ Mike Voight, Jr., RB, UNC ........ Ted Brown, RB, NCS Georgia Tech ...................6 Florida State .................5 Red Parker, Clem............. Randy White, Sr., DT, Md. NC State ..........................6 Maryland ......................4 Jerry Claiborne, Md. ........ Willie Burden, Sr., RB, NCS North Carolina ...............4 Wake Forest ..................4 Lou Holtz, NCS ............... Steve Jones, Sr., RB, Duke Florida State ...................2 Georgia Tech .................3 Bill Dooley, UNC ............ Ernie Jackson, Sr., DB, Duke Virginia Tech ..................2 South Carolina..............2 Cal Stoll, WF ................... Don McCauley, Sr., B, UNC South Carolina................1 Virginia Tech ................2 Boston College ..............1 ACC OFFENSIVE Paul Dietzel, USC............ Don McCauley, Jr., B, UNC PLAYER ACC ROOKIE George Blackburn, UVa... Frank Quayle, Sr., B, UVa OF THE YEAR OF THE YEAR Earle Edwards, NCS ........ Buddy Gore, Jr., B, Clem. Florida State .................4 NC State ....................... 9 Frank Howard, Clem. ...... Bob Davis, Sr., B, UVa Georgia Tech .................3 Georgia Tech ................ 6 NC State ........................2 Earle Edwards, NCS ........ Danny Talbott, Jr., B, UNC Clemson........................ 5 Virginia .........................2 Bill Tate, WF ................... Brian Piccolo, Sr., B, WF North Carolina ............ 4 Virginia Tech ................2 Jim Hickey, UNC............. Jay Wilkinson, Sr., B, Duke Wake Forest ................. 4 Duke ..............................1 Earle Edwards, NCS Boston College ..............1 Florida State ................ 3 Bill Murray, Duke............ Billy Gambrell, Sr., B, USC Clemson.........................1 Virginia ........................ 2 Bill Elias, UVa ................. Roman Gabriel, Sr., QB, NCS Maryland ......................1 Duke ............................. 1 Bill Murray, Duke............ Roman Gabriel, Sr., QB, NCS Wake Forest ..................1 Maryland ..................... 1 ACC DEFENSIVE Virginia Tech ............... 1 Paul Amen, WF ............... Mike McGee, Sr., G, Duke PLAYER Frank Howard, Clem. ...... Alex Hawkins, Sr., E, USC ACC DEFENSIVE OF THE YEAR Earle Edwards, NCS ........ Dick Christy, Sr., B, NCS Florida State ............... 5 ROOKIE Paul Amen, WF ............... Bill Barnes, Sr., B, WF Clemson....................... 4 OF THE YEAR Jim Tatum, Md................. Bob Pellegrini, Sr., C, Md. Maryland .................... 3 Boston College ............1 Bill Murray, Duke............ Jerry Barger, Sr., B, Duke Virginia ....................... 2 Florida State .............. 1 Jim Tatum, Md................. Bernie Faloney, Sr., B, Md. Boston College ............ 1 Miami ......................... 1 Georgia Tech ............... 1 North Carolina .......... 1 North Carolina ........... 1 NC State ...................... 1

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ACC Football Records

100 All-Time Record - All Games

ACC Games Only (1953-2010) (Regular Season Only)

Team ...........................Years Games Won Lost Tied Pct. Team .......................... Years Games Won Lost Tied Florida State ...... 1947-2010 734 *464 231 17 .664 Virginia Tech .....2004-2010 56 46 10 0 Miami ................. 1926-2010 907 568 320 19 .637 Florida State ......1992-2010 153 124 29 0 Virginia Tech ..... 1892-2010 1156 678 432 46 .598 Clemson..............1953-2010 377 237 134 6 Georgia Tech ...... 1892-2010 1177 #678 456 43 .594 Boston College ...2005-2010 48 30 18 0 Clemson.............. 1896-2010 1136 647 444 45 .589 Georgia Tech ......1979-2010 208 115 91 2 Boston College ... 1893-2010 1102 620 445 37 .579 Maryland ...........1953-2010 384 205 175 4 North Carolina .. 1888-2010 1202 655 493 54 .567 Miami .................2004-2010 56 30 26 0 Maryland ........... 1892-2010 1189 611 535 43 .532 North Carolina ..1953-2010 401 204 193 4 Virginia .............. 1888-2010 1216 620 548 48 .530 NC State .............1953-2010 387 197 186 4 NC State ............. 1892-2010 1129 543 531 55 .505 South Carolina ..1953-1970 122 52 58 4 Duke ................... 1888-2010 961 456 474 31 .492 Virginia ..............1954-2010 372 157 211 4 Wake Forest ....... 1888-2010 1049 414 602 33 .410 Duke ...................1953-2010 386 135 243 8 * FSU Vacated 12 wins from 2006-2007 due to NCAA sanctions Wake Forest .......1953-2010 401 122 275 4 # GT Vacated 1 win in 2009 due to NCAA sanctions

Pct .821 .810 .637 .625 .558 .539 .536 .514 .514 .474 .427 .360 .309

Head Coaches, ACC Titles & Bowl Records All Head ACC Head CoSolo Total Last Bowl Total Team Seasons Coaches Coaches Titles Titles Titles Title W-L Bowls Boston College ..................111 ...........33 .............3 ................0 .......... 0 ............0 ............ ---- ........ 13-9-0 .............. 22 Clemson............................ 116 ...........25 .............9 ................1 ......... 12 ..........13 .........1991 ...... 16-17-0 .............. 33 Duke .................................. 94 ...........20 ............ 11 ...............3 .......... 4 ............7 ..........1989 .......... 3-5-0 ................ 8 Florida State ..................... 64 ............ 9 ..............2 ................2 ......... 10 ..........12 .........2005 ...... 24-14-2 .............. 40 Georgia Tech .................... 119 ...........12 .............6 ................1 .......... 1 ............2 ..........1998 ...... 22-17-0 .............. 39 Maryland ......................... 118 ...........29 ............13 ...............2 .......... 7 ............9 ..........2001 .......11-11-2 .............. 24 Miami ................................ 85 ............21 .............3 ................0 .......... 0 ............0 ............ ---- ...... 19-17-0 .............. 36 North Carolina ................ 121 ...........33 .............9 ................1 .......... 4 ............5 ..........1980 ...... 13-15-0 .............. 28 NC State ........................... 119 ...........33 ............ 11 ...............2 .......... 5 ............7 ..........1979 ...... 13-11-1 .............. 25 Virginia ............................ 122 ...........39 ............ 11 ...............2 .......... 0 ............2 ..........1995 ........ 7-10-0 .............. 17 Virginia Tech ................... 117 ...........33 .............1 ................0 .......... 3 ............3 ..........2010 ........ 9-15-0 .............. 24 Wake Forest ..................... 109 ...........32 ............12 ...............0 .......... 2 ............2 ..........2006 .......... 6-3-0 ................ 9 NOTES: Clemson’s ACC games in 1983 and 1984 are not counted due to NCAA and ACC probation. Georgia Tech joined the ACC in 1979, but did not become eligible for the title until 1983. Virginia’s 1953 season is not counted because the school did not join the ACC until December, 1953. In several instances, games against non-conference opponents were designated as league games. Georgia Tech vacated 2009 ACC Championship due to NCAA sanctions.

- ACC Series (1953-2010) Team ............................................... BC Clem. Duke FSU GT Md. Miami UNC NCS UVa Boston College ................................... • 4-2-0 2-0-0 3-3-0 1-1-0 4-2-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 4-2-0 3-0-0 Clemson.......................................2-4-0 • 35-13-1 5-14-0 14-15-0 31-25-2 2-2-0 32-16-1 31-21-0 37-8-1 Duke ............................................0-2-0 13-35-1 • 0-16-0 6-22-0 13-30-0 0-6-0 17-40-1 20-29-4 26-27-0 Florida State ...............................3-3-0 14-5-0 16-0-0 • 12-2-0 17-2-0 4-3-0 13-2-0 13-6-0 14-2-0 Georgia Tech ...............................1-1-0 #14-14-0 22-6-0 2-12-0 • 13-6-0 4-3-0 15-12-1 15-10-0 11-16-1 Maryland ....................................2-4-0 25-31-2 30-13-0 2-17-0 6-13-0 • 1-1-0 27-24-0 28-27-1 32-22-0 Miami ..........................................1-1-0 2-2-0 6-0-0 3-4-0 3-4-0 1-1-0 • 3-4-0 1-2-0 4-3-0 North Carolina ...........................3-0-0 16-32-1 40-17-1 2-13-0 12-15-1 24-27-0 4-3-0 • 32-26-0 29-27-1 NC State ......................................2-4-0 21-31-0 29-20-4 6-13-0 10-15-0 27-28-1 2-1-0 26-32-0 • 29-16-0 Virginia .......................................0-3-0 8-37-1 27-26-0 2-14-0 16-11-1 22-32-0 3-4-0 27-29-1 16-29-0 • Virginia Tech ..............................5-3-0 2-0-0 7-0-0 2-2-0 5-2-0 4-0-0 5-2-0 6-1-0 3-1-0 7-0-0 Wake Forest ................................1-5-0 9-48-1 26-30-1 3-16-0 8-17-0 15-40-1 0-4-0 19-34-1 20-37-1 13-32-0 South Carolina..........................0-0-0 8-10-0 5-11-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-12-0 0-0-0 7-9-0 5-7-2 10-2-1 #Georgia Tech vacated win over Clemson in 2009 ACC Championship Game due to NCAA sanctions

VT 3-5-0 0-2-0 0-7-0 2-2-0 2-5-0 0-4-0 2-5-0 1-6-0 1-3-0 0-7-0 • 0-3-0 0-0-0

WF 5-1-0 48-9-1 30-26-1 16-3-0 17-8-0 40-15-1 4-0-0 34-19-1 37-20-1 32-13-0 3-0-0 • 11-7-0

VT 6-13-0 17-12-1 7-11-0 22-12-1 3-5-0 15-15-0 17-11-0 10-17-6 18-26-4 37-50-5 • 11-23-1

WF 10-6-2 58-17-1 53-36-2 23-5-1 22-8-0 42-16-1 7-3-0 67-34-2 62-36-6 34-13-0 23-11-1 •

- All-Time Series (1888-2009) Team ............................................... BC Clem. Boston College ................................... • 9-9-2 Clemson.......................................9-9-2 • Duke ............................................1-4-0 16-35-1 Florida State ...............................5-4-0 17-7-0 Georgia Tech ...............................5-2-0 #48-25-2 Maryland ....................................3-5-0 26-31-2 Miami ........................................23-4-0 6-3-0 North Carolina ...........................4-2-0 19-34-1 NC State ......................................3-5-0 27-51-1 Virginia .......................................0-5-0 8-37-1 Virginia Tech ............................13-6-0 12-17-1 Wake Forest ..............................6-10-2 17-58-1

Duke 4-1-0 35-16-1 • 16-0-0 47-30-1 31-19-0 7-1-0 57-35-4 36-40-5 32-30-0 11-7-0 36-53-2

FSU 4-5-0 7-17-0 0-16-0 • 9-12-1 2-19-0 31-24-0 2-15-1 10-21-0 2-14-0 12-22-1 5-23-1

GT 2-5-0 25-49-2 30-47-1 12-9-1 • 6-13-0 6-10-0 18-25-3 10-17-0 16-16-1 5-3-0 8-22-0

Md. 5-3-0 31-26-2 19-31-0 19-2-0 13-6-0 • 8-8-0 36-32-1 31-32-4 31-42-2 15-15-0 16-42-1

Miami 4-23-0 3-6-0 1-7-0 24-31-0 10-6-0 8-8-0 • 8-6-0 5-7-1 3-5-0 11-17-0 3-7-0

UNC 2-4-0 34-19-1 35-57-4 15-2-1 25-18-3 32-36-1 6-8-0 • 31-63-6 53-58-4 17-10-6 34-67-2

NCS 5-3-0 51-27-1 40-36-5 21-10-0 17-10-0 32-31-4 7-5-1 63-31-6 • 21-33-1 26-18-4 36-62-6

UVa 5-0-0 37-8-1 30-32-0 14-2-0 16-16-1 42-31-2 5-3-0 58-53-4 33-21-1 • 50-37-5 13-34-0

The FIRST GAME involving current ACC schools was on October 18, 1888, when Wake Forest defeated North Carolina, 6-4, in Raleigh, N.C. The MOST PLAYED SERIES between ACC schools is 115 games between North Carolina and Virginia. The first game between the Cavaliers and Tar Heels was played in 1892. The longest CONTINUOUS SERIES involving ACC schools is 101 consecutive years between NC State and Wake Forest. The Wolfpack and Demon Deacons have played each year since 1910.


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ACC Football Records Florida State’s Bobby Bowden The Winningest Football Coach in ACC History One of the true legends of the ACC and College Football in general, former Florida State Head Coach Bobby Bowden retired after the 2009 season. Bowden left the sidelines after enjoying an unprecedented 44-year coaching career which saw him finish with 377 career victories, the second-highest total in NCAA FBS history only to Penn State’s Joe Paterno. Bowden’s accomplishments are legendary for the Seminoles and include recording the most wins by an ACC coach (173), the most conference wins by an ACC Coach (118), the best winning percentage in ACC games (.814) as well as winning twice as many ACC titles (12) as any other coach. He posted 14 seasons with 10 or more victories, led FSU to 28 consecutive bowl games--14 straight at one point without a loss--and guided the ‘Noles to 14 straight Top Five or better finishes as well as to National Championships in 1993 and 1999.

ACC Coaching Records (Coaching records include only seasons in the ACC)

Victories - All Games

Bobby Bowden, Florida State .................................173 George Welsh, Virginia ...........................................134 Bill Dooley, North Carolina & Wake Forest ..................98 Danny Ford, Clemson ...............................................96 Frank Howard, Clemson ...........................................96 Al Groh, Wake Forest & Virginia .............................85 Bill Murray, Duke .....................................................80 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ........................................77 Earle Edwards, NC State...........................................77 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland ........................................75 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech .................................73 Dick Crum, North Carolina.......................................72 Bobby Ross, Maryland & Georgia Tech ...................70

Winning Percentage - All Games

Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech .......... 73-21-0 Bobby Bowden, Florida St.................. 173-53-1 Danny Ford, Clemson ........................ 96-29-4 Lou Holtz, NC State........................... 33-12-3 Ken Hatfield, Clemson....................... 32-13-1 Jim Tatum, Md. & UNC..................... 41-19-2 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ................. 72-37-3 Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech ................26-14 Dick Sheridan, NC State........................ 52-29-3 Dick Crum, North Carolina.................... 72-41-3 3 Seasons Minimum

Bobby Bowden, Florida State ............................... 118 George Welsh, Virginia ........................................... 85 Frank Howard, Clemson ......................................... 66 Earle Edwards, NC State......................................... 55 Bill Murray, Duke ................................................... 54 Bill Dooley, North Carolina & Wake Forest ................. 52 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ............................... 49 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ...................................... 46 Danny Ford, Clemson ............................................. 44 Al Groh, Wake Forest & Virginia ........................... 44 Tommy Bowden, Clemson...................................... 43 Mack Brown, North Carolina ................................. 43 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland ...................................... 43

Winning Percentage - ACC Games .777 .764 .760 .719 .707 .677 .656 .650 .637 .634

Bowl Game Victories

Bobby Bowden, Florida State ................................. 11 Danny Ford, Clemson ............................................... 6 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland ........................................ 5 Chuck Amato, NC State ............................................ 4 George Welsh, Virginia ............................................. 4 Dick Crum, North Carolina....................................... 4 Bobby Ross, Maryland & Georgia Tech ................... 4 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ................................. 3 Tommy Bowden, Clemson........................................ 3 Mack Brown, North Carolina ................................... 3 Jim Grobe, Wake Forest ......................................... 3 Al Groh, Virginia ...................................................... 3 Tom O’Brien, Boston College & NC State ............ 3 Chan Gailey, Georgia Tech ....................................... 2 Carl Torbush, North Carolina.................................... 2 George O’Leary, Georgia Tech ................................. 2 Dick Sheridan, NC State ........................................... 2 Bill Murray, Duke .............................................................2 Jerry Claiborne, Md. ..........................................................2 Lou Holtz, NC State......................................................2 Bo Rein, NC State ...................................................... 2

Total Seasons in ACC

Victories - ACC Games

George Welsh, Virginia ............................................. 19 Bobby Bowden, Florida State .................................... 18 Frank Howard, Clemson .......................................... 17 Earle Edwards, NC State.......................................... 17 Bill Dooley, North Carolina & Wake Forest ........................ 17 Al Groh, Virginia & Wake Forest ............................ 15 Bill Murray, Duke .................................................... 13 Danny Ford, Clemson ...............................................11 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ....................................... 10 Dick Crum, North Carolina...................................... 10 Bobby Ross, Maryland & Georgia Tech .................. 10 Mack Brown, North Carolina .................................. 10 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland ....................................... 10 Jim Grobe. Wake Forest ........................................ 10

Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ..............49-11-0 Bobby Bowden, Florida St...................118-27-0 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland .................. 46-11-1 Bill Murray, Duke .............................. 54-15-2 Danny Ford, Clemson......................... 44-14-1 Lou Holtz, NC State ............................. 16-5-2 Jim Tatum, Md. & UNC ....................... 21-9-2 Frank Howard, Clemson ..................... 66-30-2 Bo Rein, NC State ................................ 15-8-0 Ken Hatfield, Clemson ....................... 19-10-1 Dick Sheridan, NC State ..................... 31-18-1 3 Seasons Minimum

.817 .814 .802 .775 .754 .739 .688 .684 .652 .650 .630

Bowl Appearances

Bobby Bowden, Florida State .................................. 18 George Welsh, Virginia ............................................ 12 Tommy Bowden, Clemson......................................... 8 Danny Ford, Clemson ................................................ 8 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland ......................................... 7 Bill Dooley, North Carolina & Wake Forest ........................ 7 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech .................................. 7 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland ......................................... 7 Dick Crum, North Carolina........................................ 6 Bobby Ross, Maryland & Georgia Tech .................... 6 Dick Sheridan, NC State ............................................ 6 Al Groh, Virginia ....................................................... 5 Chuck Amato, NC State ............................................. 5 Mack Brown, North Carolina .................................... 5 Chan Gailey, Georgia Tech ........................................ 5 Jim Grobe, Wake Forest .......................................... 4 Lou Holtz, NC State................................................... 4 Tommy West, Clemson .............................................. 4 Tom O’Brien, NC State.............................................. 4

Total Games Coached in ACC

Bobby Bowden, Florida State ............................... 227 George Welsh, Virginia ......................................... 223 Bill Dooley, North Carolina & Wake Forest .........................191 Al Groh, Virginia & Wake Forest ......................... 178 Earle Edwards, NC State....................................... 173 Frank Howard, Clemson ....................................... 172 Bill Murray, Duke ................................................. 133 Danny Ford, Clemson ........................................... 129 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland .................................... 125 Jim Grobe, Wake Forest ..................................... 122 Bobby Ross, Maryland & Georgia Tech .................... 117 Jerry Claiborne, Maryland .................................... 117 Dick Crum, North Carolina................................... 116 Tommy Bowden, Clemson.................................... 116 Mack Brown, North Carolina ............................... 116

ACC vs. Non-Conference Vs Non-ACC AP Ranked Overall Year W-L-T W-L-T Pct. 1953...................3-6-0 ............ 21-17-3 ..........549 1954.................2-10-1 ............ 20-22-2 ..........465 1955...................3-7-1 ............ 22-18-1 ..........549 1956.................2-12-2 ............ 10-20-4 ..........353 1957...................3-4-1 ............ 13-10-3 ..........558 1958...................0-7-0 ............ 11-18-1 ..........383 1959...................3-6-0 ............ 10-20-0 ..........333 16-52-5 107-125-14 .463 1960...................2-3-0 .............. 8-20-0 ..........286 1961...................1-2-0 ............ 14-14-0 ..........500 1962...................0-1-0 .............. 9-17-2 ..........357 1963...................0-4-0 .............. 8-16-2 ..........346 1964...................0-4-0 ............ 10-17-1 ..........375 1965...................0-5-0 ............ 12-18-0 ..........400 1966.................1-10-0 .............. 7-27-0 ..........206 1967...................1-2-0 .............. 9-20-0 ..........310 1968...................1-5-0 .............. 7-21-0 ..........250 1969.................0-10-0 .............. 7-23-0 ..........233 6-46-0 91-193-5 .324 1970...................2-8-0 ............ 13-25-0 ..........342 1971...................2-7-0 ............ 15-24-0 ..........385 1972...................1-7-0 ............ 17-18-0 ..........486 1973...................1-9-0 ............ 12-23-0 ..........343 1974...................2-5-0 ............ 21-14-2 ..........595 1975...................3-7-0 ............ 12-28-1 ..........305 1976...................4-4-0 ............ 21-18-2 ..........537 1977...................1-8-0 ............ 17-17-1 ..........500 1978...................2-6-0 ............ 18-17-0 ..........514 1979...................4-6-0 ............ 28-18-3 ..........603 22-67-0 174-202-9 .464 1980................. 1-11-1 ............ 19-22-1 ..........464 1981...................3-3-0 ............ 17-24-1 ..........417 1982...................1-8-0 ............ 22-15-1 ..........592 1983...................1-6-1 ............ 17-16-1 ..........515 1984...................5-6-0 ............ 19-15-0 ..........559 1985...................1-7-1 ............ 17-16-0 ..........515 1986 ..................2-6-1 ............ 19-14-4 ..........568 1987 ................2-12-0 ............ 18-18-0 ..........500 1988...................2-8-0 ............ 20-13-1 ..........603 1989...................4-6-1 ............ 20-15-2 ..........568 22-73-6 188-168-11 .527 1990 ..................5-3-0 .............. 28-8-1 ..........770 1991 ................ 5-11-0 ............ 34-15-1 ..........690 1992 ..................3-4-0 .............. 23-8-1 ..........734 1993 ..................3-7-0 ............ 21-13-0 ..........618 1994 ..................3-2-1 ............ 21-10-1 ..........672 1995 ..................2-6-0 ............ 17-15-0 ..........531 1996 ..................7-6-0 ............ 15-16-0 ..........484 1997 ..................5-5-0 .............. 22-9-0 ..........710 1998 ..................8-4-0 ............ 21-12-0 ..........636 1999 ..................6-5-0 ............ 21-12-0 ..........636 47-53-1 223-118-4 .652 2000 ..................3-5-0 ............ 20-13-0 ........ .606 2001 ................2-10-0 ............ 23-13-0 ........ .639 2002 ..................4-8-0 ............ 30-17-0 ........ .638 2003 ..................5-6-0 ............ 27-15-0 ........ .643 2004 ..................3-9-0 ............ 26-13-0 ........ .667 2005 ..................4-5-0 ............ 32-12-0 ........ .727 2006 ..................0-7-0 ............ 33-23-0 ........ .589 2007 ..................3-9-0 ............ 35-21-0 ......... 625 2008 ..................4-5-0 ............ 41-17-0 ........ .707 2009 ..................4-9-0 ............ 33-22-0 ........ .600 32-73-0 ........ 301-166-0 ........ .644 2010 ............... 2-12-0 .............. 34-23 ........ .596


102 1953

ACC Year by Year 1954

National Champion - Maryland ACC Champion - Maryland, Duke Player of the Year - Bernie Faloney, Maryland Coach of the Year - Jim Tatum, Maryland

National champion Maryland and 18th-ranked Duke tied for the ACC’s inaugural gridiron title ... The Terps finished the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record, including a 3-0 mark in league play while the Blue Devils won all four of their family scraps en route to a 7-2-1 season ... Maryland, which lost to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, 7-0, scored 298 points, the most by any team until 1967, while allowing an ACC record-low 31 points ... Maryland led the nation in rushing defense, 83.9 yards allowed per outing, and scoring defense, 3.1 points per game ... The Terrapins ranked 6th nationally in total offense (359.5), 3rd in total defense (193.2) and led the nation in scoring defense (3.1) ... Terp tackle Stan Jones earned consensus All-America honors while teammate Bernie Faloney was named first-team Academic All-America ... Duke senior tackle Ed Meadows was named a first-team All-America by the FWAA ... Maryland quarterback Bernie Faloney was also named a first-team All-America by the Independent News Service and was named the intial ACC player of the Year ... Faloney was 3rd in the ACC in total offense and passing and tied for the league lead in pass interceptions with 6, while also ranking 2nd in the conference in punting (39.7) ... Faloney and Duke junior halfback Jerry Barger tied for 2nd nationally in pass interceptions ...Head coaches in the first season listed Frank Howard at Clemson, Bill Murray at Duke, North Carolina’s George Barclay, Horace Hendrickson at NC State, Rex Enright at South Carolina, Virginia’s Ned McDonald, Tom Rogers at Wake Forest and Maryland’s Jim Tatum, who earned AFCA and FWAA National Coach-of-the-Year honors ...Tatum was the inaugural ACC Coach of the Year as well ... Maryland senior halfback Chet Hanulak led the ACC in rushing and ranked 10th nationally ... But Hanulak’s per-carry average of 9.8 led the nation ... NC State sophomore quarterback Eddie West ranked 4th nationally in punt returns with 239 yards and a 10.4 average ... North Carolina sophomore halfback Ken Keller ranked 7th nationally in kickoff returns (299 yds) just ahead of NC State senior halfback Bill Teer, who was 8th (289 yds).

1953 All-ACC Football Team FIRST TEAM: E-Clyde Bennett, USC E-Howard Pitt, DU T-Ed Meadows, DU T-Stan Jones, MD G-Bob Burrows, DU G-John Bowersox, MD C-Leon Cunningham, USC B-Bernie Faloney, MD B-Chester Hanulak, Md B-James (Red) Smith, DU B-John Grambling, USC

SECOND TEAM: E-Dreher Gaskin, CL E-Bill Walker, MD T-Bob Bartholomew, WF T-Bob Morgan, MD G-Frank Mincevich, USC G-Bob King, USC C-John Palmer, DU B-Ralph Felton, Md B-Don King, CL B-Jerry Barger, DU B-Dick Lackey, UNC

Statistical Leaders Total Offense Plays Yds Avg. TDR Grambling USC 1061 106.1 11 King, CL 177 949 94.9 8 Rushing Hanulak, MD Felton, MD

Car. Yds Avg. 77 753 75.3 100 556 87.9

TD 5 6

Passing Cmp-Att-Int. Yds TD C/g Grambling, USC 68-132-12 1045 8 6.8 King, CL 46-98-11 706 5 4.6 Receiving Catches Yds TD Avg. Bennett, USC 23 413 3 2.3 Gaskin, CL 21 426 5 2.1 Scoring Faloney, MD Caudle, DU

TD 9 9

PAT 0 0

FG 0 0

TP, 54 54

Conference Overall Team .................. AP..UPI ..W L T For Opp W L T For Opp Home Road Neu vsAP Maryland ............. 1 ...... 1 ....3 0 0 70 6 10 1 0 298 38 5-0 5-0 0-1 2-1 Duke ................... 18 .... 18 ....4 0 0 105 27 7 2 1 217 81 4-0 2-1 1-1-1 0-1 South Carolina.....................2 3 0 58 70 7 3 0 198 97 5-1 2-1 0-1 1-2 North Carolina ....................2 3 0 67 99 4 6 0 173 187 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-2 Wake Forest .........................2 3 0 52 75 3 6 1 123 157 0-2 1-4-1 2-0 1-1 Clemson................................1 2 0 25 34 3 5 1 139 172 2-2 1-3-1 0-0 0-3 NC State ...............................0 3 0 14 80 1 9 0 80 263 1-3 0-6 0-0 0-2 Virginia ................................ - - - 1 8 0 75 242 0-4 0-3 1-1 0-0 Versus Non-Conference Opponents: 21-17-3 (.549) CLEMSON (AP-rank: CU/OPP) W 33-7 --/-- ........ Presbyterian T 14-14 --/-- ..at Boston College L 0-20 --/ 3 ............. Maryland L 7-39 --/-- ...............at Miami L 7-14 --/-- at South Carolina W 18-0 --/-- .........Wake Forest L 7-20 --/14 .. at Georgia Tech W 34-13 --/-- ......at The Citadel L 19-45 --/14 ................Auburn DUKE W 20-7 10/-- .. at South Carolina W 19-0 10/-- .........Wake Forest W 21-7 12/-- ......... at Tennessee W 20-14 8/-- ...................Purdue L 13-14 7/-- ..................... Army (New York) W 31-0 16/-- ...............NC State W 48-6 13/-- ................ Virginia (Norfolk, Va.) T 0-0 10/-- ..................... Navy (Baltimore, Md.) L 10-13 15/12 . at Georgia Tech W 35-20 --/-- ..... North Carolina MARYLAND W 20-6 9/-- ............at Missouri W 52-0 9/--Washington & Lee W 20-0 3/-- ............ at Clemson W 40-13 4/-- ................. Georgia W 26-0 3/-- .at North Carolina W 30-0 3/-- ................at Miami W 24-6 2/-- ..... South Carolina W 27-6 2/-- . at G. Washington W 38-0 2/11........... Mississippi W 21-0 2/11...............Alabama Orange Bowl L 0-7 1/ 4 ............ Oklahoma

NORTH CAROLINA W 29-7 --/-- ................NC State W 39-0 --/--..Washington & Lee W 18-13 --/-- ..... at Wake Forest L 0-26 --/ 3 .............. Maryland L 14-27 --/-- ............. at Georgia L 6-20 --/-- .............. Tennessee L 0-18 --/-- ..at South Carolina L 14-34 --/ 1 ...........Notre Dame W 33-7 --/-- .............at Virginia L 20-35 --/-- ..................at Duke NC STATE L 7-29 --/-- .. at North Carolina L 7-20 --/--.. at George Washington W 27-7 --/-- ............... Davidson L 7-20 --/-- ..........Wake Forest L 0-31 --/16 .................at Duke L 6-7 --/-- ...William & Mary L 7-27 --/-- ................. at Army L 6-40 --/-- .........at Pittsburgh L 0-61 --/19 .......West Virginia L 13-23 --/-- .....at Florida State

SOUTH CAROLINA L 7-20 --/10 ......................Duke W 25-0 --/-- ............The Citadel W 19-0 --/-- ..............at Virginia W 27-13 --/-- ..................Furman W 14-7 --/-- ................. Clemson L 6-24 --/ 2 .......... at Maryland W 18-0 --/-- ......North Carolina W 20-14 --/ 8 .... at West Virginia W 49-0 18/-- ................ Wofford L 13-19 15/-- ......... Wake Forest (Charlotte) VIRGINIA L 6-20 --/-- ....... Virginia Tech L 0-19 --/-- .... South Carolina W 24-20 --/-- ..George Washington ............... (Alexandria) L 6-21 --/-- ...................... VMI L 13-28 --/-- ........at Vanderbilt L 6-48 --/13 .................... Duke ..............(Norfolk, Va.) L 0-26 --/-- ............ Pittsburgh L 13-27 --/-- ....at Wash. & Lee L 7-33 --/-- at North Carolina WAKE FOREST L 14-16 --/-- ... William & Mary (Richmond, Va.) L 0-19 --/10 ................. at Duke W 18-12 --/-- ................Villanova L 13-18 --/-- ......North Carolina W 20-7 --/-- ............ at NC State T 13-13 --/-- ..........at Richmond L 0-18 --/-- .............at Clemson L 7-20 --/-- .. at Boston College L 10-21 --/-- ..................Furman W 19-13 --/15 .....South Carolina .......... (Charlotte, N.C.)

ACC Champion - Duke Player of the Year - Jerry Barger, Duke Coach of the Year - Bill Murray, Duke

Duke’s Blue Devils won the league title outright with a spotless 4-0 league mark, while Maryland finished second with four victories and a tie (with Wake Forest) in five league contests ... Duke posted an 8-2-1 record overall, including a 34-7 win over Nebraska in the Orange Bowl ... Duke head coach Bill Murray was named ACC Coach of the Year, leading the Blue Devils to a No. 14 national ranking ... Maryland, coached by Jim Tatum, finished the year ranked 8th nationally in the AP final poll ... Virginia finished 0-2 in league play and 3-6 overall in the school’s inaugural ACC gridiron campaign ... Duke senior quarterback Jerry Barger was named the ACC’s Player of the Year after finishing 6th in the ACC in total offense and leading the conference in pass interceptions with 7 ... Barger tied for 2nd nationally in pass interceptions ... For the second straight year, South Carolina senior fullback Bill Wohrman was named the recipient of the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the league’s top blocker ...South Carolina senior guard Frank Mincevich was named a first-team All-America by the Independent News Service ... Maryland’s George Falahunik earned Academic All-America laurels ... Earle Edwards succeeded Horace Hendrickson as NC State’s head football coach ... South Carolina sophomore quarterback Mackie Prickett led the ACC and ranked 9th nationally in passing, averaging 6.8 completions per game ... Prickett also tied for 5th nationally in pass interceptions, with 6 pickoffs to his credit ... South Carolina junior halfback Carl Brazell ranked 4th nationally in pass receiving, averaging 2.9 catches per game ... NC State sophomore halfback George Marinkov ranked 2nd nationally in kickoff returns with 465 yards and a 35.8 return average ... Maryland senior halfback Ron Waller ranked 9th nationally in punt returns with 199 yards and a 15.3 return average ... Clemson finished 4th nationally in rushing defense, allowing just 96.9 yards per game on the ground ... The Tigers also ranked 3rd nationally in total defense, allowing only 176.1 yards per game.

1954 All-ACC Football Team FIRST TEAM: E-Will Frye, UNC E-Bill Walker, MD T-Bob Bartholomew, WF T-Clyde White, CL G-Frank Mincevich, USC G-Ralph Torrance, DU C-Leon Cunningham, USC B-Jerry Barger, DU B-Dick Bielski, MD B-Bob Pascal, DU B-Ronnie Waller, MD

SECOND TEAM: E-Ed Stowers, WF E-Scott Jackson, CL T-Jack Maultsby, UNC T-Harry Lovell, USC G-John Polzer, UVa G-Bob Pellegrini, MD C-John Irvine, MD B-George Marinkov, NCS B-Mackie Prickett, USC B-Bryant Aldridge, DU B-Don King, CL

Statistical Leaders Total Offense Prickett, USC Consoles, WF Rushing Waller, MD Caskey, USC

Plays Yds Avg. TDR 213 829 82.9 7 131 640 64.0 6 Car. Yds Avg. 67 587 58.7 83 556 55.6

TD 6 4

Passing Cmp-Att-Int. Yds TD C/g Prickett, USC 68-116-9 682 1 6.8 Consoles, WF 54-113-13 743 6 5.4 Receiving Catches Yds TD Avg. Brazell, USC 29 241 1 2.9 Stowers, WF 22 277 3 2.2 Scoring Pascal, DU Bielski, MD

TD 9 6

PAT 0 15

FG 0 1

TP, 54 54

Conference Overall Team ............... AP.UPI ..W L T For Opp W L T For Opp Home Road Neu vsAP Duke ................ 14 ... 14 ....4 0 0 122 47 8 2 1 270 161 3-1 4-0-1 1-1 0-2-1 Maryland .......... 8 ....11 ....4 0 1 124 27 7 2 1 280 67 4-0 3-2-1 0-0 0-1 North Carolina ................4 2 0 93 126 4 5 1 140 222 3-2 1-3-1 0-0 0-2 South Carolina.................3 3 0 86 94 6 4 0 172 153 3-2 3-2 0-0 1-0 Clemson............................1 2 0 40 49 5 5 0 193 121 3-1 1-4 1-0 1-2 Wake Forest .....................1 4 1 106 107 2 7 1 129 165 2-2 0-30-2-1 0-0-1 Virginia ............................0 2 0 14 53 3 6 0 113 162 3-2 0-3 0-1 0-4 NC State ...........................0 4 0 27 109 2 8 0 104 193 1-3 1-5 0-0 0-2 Versus Non-Conference Opponents: 20-22-2 (.465) CLEMSON (AP-rank: CU/OPP) W 33-0 --/-- ......... Presbyterian L 7-14 --/-- ............. at Georgia L 7-18 --/-- ........ Virginia Tech W 14-7 --/14 ..................Florida (Jacksonville, Fla.) L 8-13 --/-- ..at South Carolina W 32-20 --/-- ..........Wake Forest (Charlotte, N.C.) W 27-6 --/-- ................. Furman L 0-16 --/17 .........at Maryland L 6-27 --/18 .............at Auburn W 59-0 --/-- ........... The Citadel DUKE W 52-0 19/-- ....at Pennsylvania W 7-6 7/-- ...............Tennessee T 13-13 6/ 5 ..............at Purdue L 14-28 6/18 ....................Army W 21-7 19/-- ........... at NC State W 21-20 16/-- ........ Georgia Tech L 7-40 11/19..................... Navy (Norfolk, Va.) W 28-21 --/-- ...... at Wake Forest W 26-7 --/-- ......South Carolina W 47-12 20/-- at North Carolina Orange Bowl W 34-7 14/-- .............. Nebraska MARYLAND W 20-0 3/-- .......... at Kentucky L 7-12 6/ 4 ...............at UCLA T 13-13 13/-- .... at Wake Forest (Winston-Salem, N.C.) W 33-0 --/-- ..... North Carolina L 7-9 --/-- ..... at Miami (Fla.) W 20-0 --/-- ..at South Carolina W 42-14 --/-- ........... at NC State W 16-0 17/-- ............... Clemson W 48-6 13/-- . George Washington W 74-13 10/-- ............... Missouri

NORTH CAROLINA W 20-6 --/-- ................NC State T 7-7 --/-- ............... at Tulane L 7-21 --/-- ................. Georgia L 0-33 --/-- ..........at Maryland W 14-7 --/-- ..........Wake Forest L 20-26 --/-- .......... at Tennessee W 21-19 --/-- ..... South Carolina L 13-42 --/ 5 ...... at Notre Dame W 26-14 --/-- .............at Virginia L 12-47 --/20 ..................... Duke

SOUTH CAROLINA W 34-20 --/18 ................ at Army L 6-26 --/15 .......West Virginia W 27-7 --/-- .............at Furman W 13-8 --/-- ................ Clemson L 0-20 --/-- .............. Maryland L 19-21 --/-- .at North Carolina W 27-0 --/-- ................. Virginia L 7-26 --/-- ..................at Duke W 21-19 --/-- ..........Wake Forest W 19-6 --/-- .......at The Citadel

NC STATE L 21-30 --/-- ....at Virginia Tech L 6-20 --/-- ..at North Carolina L 0-26 --/-- ..... at Wake Forest W 26-0 --/-- ..at William & Mary L 7-13 --/-- .........Florida State L 7-21 --/19 ..................... Duke L 6-7 --/-- ................. Furman L 14-42 --/-- ..........at Maryland W 14-6 --/-- ............. Richmond L 3-28 --/14 ...at West Virginia

VIRGINIA W 27-21 --/-- ................... Lehigh W 14-13 --/-- ..George Washington L 7-34 --/12 ........at Penn State W 21-0 --/-- ....................... VMI L 0-6 --/14 ....... Virginia Tech (Roanoke, Va.) L 20-21 --/ 9 ................. at Army L 0-27 --/-- .at South Carolina L 14-26 --/-- ..... North Carolina L 10-14 --/12 .......West Virginia WAKE FOREST W 14-0 --/-- ..George Washington L 0-32 --/-- ........ Virginia Tech (Richmond, Va.) W 26-0 --/-- ................NC State T 13-13 --/13 ............. Maryland L 7-14 --/-- ..... North Carolina L 20-32 --/-- ................ Clemson (Charlotte, N.C.) L 0-13 --/-- ......... at Richmond L 21-28 --/-- ...................... Duke L 9-13 --/-- ..at William & Mary L 19-20 --/-- ..at South Carolina


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1956

ACC Co-Champions - Duke, Maryland Player of the Year - Bob Pellegrini, Maryland Coach of the Year - Jim Tatum, Maryland

For the second time in the ACC’s first three years, Duke and Maryland tied for the league title with identical 4-0 records ... The Terps finished third in both polls while the Blue Devils earned a No 16 listing in the UPI poll ... The ACC posted a 22-181 mark against non-conference opponents ... Maryland led the nation in defense against the rush, allowing 83.9 yards per game ... Wake Forest became the first ACC team to play a complete seven-game conference schedule ... Maryland had a 15-game winning streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl ... Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All-America while Wake Forest’s Bob Bartholomew was accorded Academic All-America honors .... Maryland junior tackle Mike Sandusky was also named a first-team All-America by The Sporting News ... Pellegrini, who played both center and linebacker for the Terrapins, was named the ACC’s Player of the Year and also finished 6th in the Heisman Trophy ballotting ... Pellegrini was also named the recipient of the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the league’s top blocker ... Maryland head coach Jim Tatum was named the ACC’s Coach of the Year for the second time in three years, becoming the league’s first multiple winner of the award ... Wake Forest senior quarterback Nick Concoles finished 8th nationally in passing, as future Virginia head coach George Welsh, playing for Navy, led the nation in passing ... Clemson’s Joel Wells, Duke’s Bob Pascal and Virginia’s James Bakhtiar finished 7th, 8th and 9th, respectively in the nation in rushing ... Wake Forest junior halfback Bill Barnes led the ACC in receiving and finished 3rd nationally with 31 receptions ... Maryland senior halfback Ed Vereb led the ACC and finished 4th nationally in scoring with 96 points on an ACC-record 16 touchdowns ... Duke senior halfback Dale Boyd led the ACC and finished tied for 2nd nationally with 6 interceptions while Wake Forest’s Barnes tied for 5th in the nation with 5 pickoffs ... South Carolina senior halfback Carl Brazell ranked 4th nationally in kickoff returns with 378 yards and a 31.5 average ... Maryland led the nation in rushing defense, allowing just 75.9 yards per game on the ground ... The Terrapins also finished 2nd in the nation in total defense, allowing opponents just 169.1 yards per game ... Wake Forest ranked 9th nationally in passing offense.

1955 All-ACC Football Team FIRST TEAM: E-Sonny Sorrell, DU E-Will Frye, UNC T-Mike Sandusky, MD T-Bob Bartholomew, WF G-Jack Davis, MD G-Jesse Birchfield, DU C-Bob Pellegrini, MD B-Bob Pascal, DU B-Ed Vereb, MD B-Joel Wells, CL B-Bill Barnes, WF

SECOND TEAM: E-Bill Walker, MD E-Russell Dennis, MD T-Doug Knotts, DU T-Sidney Deloatch, DU G-Al D’Angelo, NCS G-John Polzer, UVa C-Ronnie Falls, DU B-Sonny Jurgensen, DU B-Frank Tamburello, MD B-Dick Christy, NCS B-Jim Bakhtiar, UVa.

Statistical Leaders Total Offense Pascal, DU Wells, CL Rushing Wells, CL Pascal, DU

Plays Yds Avg. TDR 162 804 80.4 9 137 782 78.2 6 Car. Yds Avg. 135 782 78.2 156 750 75.0

TD 5 8

Passing Cmp-Att-Int. Yds TD C/g Consoles, WF 66-123-8 787 6 6.6 West, NCS 42-87-5 660 7 4.2 Receiving Catches Yds TD Avg. Barnes, WF 31 349 0 3.1 Parham, WF 18 376 5 1.8 Scoring Vereb, MD Parham, WF

TD 16 8

PAT 0 3

FG 0 0

TP, 96 51

Conference Overall Team ...............AP . UPI .. W L T For Opp W L T For Opp Home Road Neu vsAP Maryland ..........3 ...... 3 .... 4 0 0 105 26 10 1 0 217 77 5-0 5-0 0-1 2-1 Duke ......................... 16 .... 4 0 0 94 14 7 2 1 280 67 3-1 4-1 0-0-1 1-1-1 Clemson............................. 3 1 0 79 59 7 3 0 206 144 3-1 4-2 0-0 0-2 North Carolina ................. 3 3 0 90 102 3 7 0 117 218 1-4 1-3 1-0 0-4 Wake Forest ...................... 3 3 1 105 100 5 4 1 131 157 3-0 1-4-1 1-0 0-3 South Carolina.................. 1 5 0 75 176 3 6 0 120 209 2-2 1-2 0-2 0-3 NC State ............................ 0 2 1 38 71 4 5 1 206 193 1-3-1 3-1 0-1 0-0 Virginia ............................. 0 4 0 42 80 1 9 0 96 201 1-4 0-3 0-2 0-0 Versus Non-Conference Opponents: 22-18-1 (.549) CLEMSON(AP-rank: CU/OPP) W 33-0 --/-- .......... Presbyterian W 20-7 --/-- ..............at Virginia W 26-7 --/-- .................. Georgia L 7-21 16/-- ................... at Rice W 28-14 --/-- ..at South Carolina W 19-13 --/-- .......... Wake Forest W 21-16 --/-- .........Virginia Tech (Roanoke, Va.) L 12-25 --/ 2 ...............Maryland L 0-21 --/12 ................. Auburn (Mobile, Ala.) W 40-20 --/-- ..............at Furman DUKE W 33-7 --/-- ............ at NC State W 21-0 16/-- ..........at Tennessee W 47-7 13/-- .. William & Mary W 20-14 11/14....... at Ohio State L 7-26 5/-- ..............Pittsburgh L 0-27 17/12 ..at Georgia Tech T 7-7 --/ 9 ....................... Navy (Baltimore, Md.) W 41-7 18/-- .at South Carolina W 14-0 20/-- ......... Wake Forest W 6-0 18/-- .....North Carolina MARYLAND W 13-12 5/-- ............at Missouri W 7-0 5/ 1 ................... UCLA W 20-6 1/20 ............. at Baylor W 28-7 1/-- ..........Wake Forest W 25-7 2/-- .at North Carolina W 34-13 2/-- ............at Syracuse W 27-0 1/-- ..... South Carolina W 13-0 1/-- ....................... LSU W 25-12 2/-- ............ at Clemson W 19-0 2/--George Washington Orange Bowl L 6-20 3/ 1 ............ Oklahoma

NORTH CAROLINA L 6-13 --/ 3 ..............Oklahoma W 25-18 --/-- ............ at NC State L 7-28 --/-- ..............at Georgia L 7-25 --/ 2 ...............Maryland L 0-25 --/-- ...... at Wake Forest L 7-48 --/-- ...............Tennessee W 32-14 --/-- ......South Carolina (Norfolk, Va.) L 7-27 --/ 5 ........... Notre Dame W 26-14 --/-- ..................Virginia L 0-6 --/18 ................. at Duke NC STATE L 0-7 --/-- .... at Florida State L 7-33 --/-- ......................Duke L 18-25 --/-- .....North Carolina T 13-13 --/-- ......... Wake Forest W 34-13 --/-- .......... at Villanova W 33-7 --/-- .............at Furman W 40-13 --/-- ...............at Boston L 26-34 --/-- ..........Virginia Tech (Bluefield, W.Va) W 28-21 --/-- .. William & Mary L 7-27 --/-- ....... West Virginia

SOUTH CAROLINA W 26-7 --/-- .................Wofford L 19-34 --/-- ..........Wake Forest (Winston-Salem, N.C.) L 0-26 --/15 ..................... Navy W 19-0 --/-- ................. Furman L 14-28 --/-- ................ Clemson L 0-27 --/ 1 ..........at Maryland L 14-32 --/-- .at North Carolina L 7-41 --/18 .................at Duke W 21-14 --/-- .............at Virginia VIRGINIA L 7-20 --/-- ................. Clemson L 0-13 --/-- ..George Washington L 7-26 --/-- ..............Penn State (Richmond, Va.) W 20-13 ...............................VMI L 13-17 ................Virginia Tech (Roanoke, Va.) L 7-34 --/-- ......... at Vanderbilt L 7-18 --/-- ......... at Pittsburgh L 7-13 --/-- .......... Wake Forest L 14-26 --/-- ..at North Carolina L 14-21 --/-- ......South Carolina WAKE FOREST W 13-0 --/-- ........ Virginia Tech W 34-19 --/-- ..... South Carolina (Winston-Salem, N.C.) L 0-46 --/13 ...at West Virginia L 7-28 --/ 1 ..........at Maryland T 13-13 --/-- ........... at NC State W 25-0 --/-- ..... North Carolina L 13-19 --/-- ............ at Clemson W 13-7 --/-- ...William & Mary W 13-7 --/-- .............at Virginia L 0-14 --/20 .................at Duke

ACC Champions - Clemson Player of the Year - Bill Barnes, Wake Forest Coach of the Year - Paul Amen, Wake Forest

Clemson claimed its first ACC gridiron championship on the strength of a 4-0-1 league mark ... The Tigers, 7-2-2 overall, participated in the 22nd annual Orange Bowl where they were defeated by Colorado, 27-21 ... Maryland experienced its first losing season in 10 years, finishing 2-7-1 ... Charlie Bussey of Clemson and Maryland’s Mike Sandusky received Academic All-America honors ... Four head coaches began their first year in the ACC, Tommy Mont at Maryland, Paul Amen at Wake Forest, Virginia’s Ben Martin and Warren Giese at South Carolina ... Wake Forest’s Bill Barnes became the first ACC player to rush for 1,000 yards in a season when he gained 1,010 yards on 168 carries ... Barnes also led the ACC in scoring and total offense ... Barnes was named the ACC’s Player of the Year and was also a first-team All-America selection by the AFCA ... Barnes finished 2nd nationally in rushing while Virginia junior fullback Jim Bakhtiar ranked 5th nationally in rushing ... Wake Forest head coach Paul Amen became the first ACC head coach to be named ACC Coach of the Year in his first season on the job ... Duke junior fullback Hal McElhaney was named the recipient of the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the league’s top blocker ... North Carolina’s Wally Vale ranked 9th nationally in punting, averaging 41.1 on 31 punts ... South Carolina finished 3rd nationally in passing defense, allowing just 47.6 yards per game through the air ... Three other ACC teams were ranked among the nation’s Top 10 in pass defense as well with Wake Forest ranked 5th, Clemson 8th and NC State 10th ... The Gamecocks also ranked 4th nationally in total defense, allowing their opponents just 199.8 yards per game ... due to an ineligible player, ACC Commissioner Jim Weaver ruled that the ACC Service Bureau would list all 1956 North Carolina games as forfeit losses.

1956 All-ACC Football Team FIRST TEAM: E-Buddy Frick, USC E-Buddy Bass, DU T-Mike Sandusky, MD T-Sidney Deloatch, DU G-Jack Davis, Md G-Jimmy Jones, UNC C-Jim Keyser, UVa B-Bill Barnes, WF B-JoeI Wells, CL B-Ed Sutton, UNC B-Jim Bakhtiar, UVa

SECOND TEAM: E-John Collar, NCS E-Dalton Rivers, CL T-Sam DeLuca, USC T-John Szuchan, NCS G-John Grdijan, CL G-Roy Hord, DU C-Eddie Moore, WF B-Sonny Jurgensen, DU B-Harold McElhaney, DU B-Mackie Prickett, USC B-Charlie Bussey, CL

Statistical Leaders Total Offense Plays Yds Avg. TDR Barnes, WF 168 1010 101.0 7 Bakhtiar, UVa, 203 879 87.9 3 Rushing Barnes, WF Bakhtiar, UVa

Car. Yds Avg. 168 1010 101.0 203 879 87.9

Passing Cmp-Att-Int. Yds TD C/g Yarborough, UVa 43-91-8 626 2 4.3 Carpernter,WF 34-91-9 495 2 3.4 Receiving Catches Yds TD Avg. Polzer, UVa 24 221 0 2.4 Gunderman, UVa 15 153 1 1.5 Scoring Barnes, WF Sutton, UNC

TD 7 7

PAT 2 0

FG 0 0

Conference Overall Team ...............AP UPI ............ W L T For Opp W L T For Opp Home Road Neu Clemson...........19 .........(4-0-1) 4 0 1 50 13 7 2 2 167 101 4-0 3-1-2 0-1-0 Duke ........................20 .... (4-1) 4 1 0 129 20 5 4 1 184 100 3-2-1 2-1 0-1 South Carolina................. (5-2) 5 2 0 81 34 7 3 0 126 87 4-1 1-2 2-0 Maryland ......................(3-1-1) 2 2 1 43 67 2 7 1 68 168 0-3-1 2-4 0-0 North Carolina ................ (0-6) 2 3 1 73 80 2 7 1 99 183 1-3-1 1-4 0-0 NC State ........................... (2-4) 2 4 0 61 106 3 7 0 94 169 1-3 2-3 0-1 Wake Forest ..................... (2-5) 1 5 1 25 75 2 5 3 91 102 1-3 1-1-3 0-1 Virginia ............................ (2-3) 1 4 0 34 101 3 7 0 92 167 2-3 1-1 0-3 Versus Non-Conference Opponents: 10-20-4 (.353) CLEMSON . (AP-rank: CU/OPP) W 27-7 --/-- ......... Presbyterian T 20-20 --/19 .............at Florida W 13-7 --/-- ........... at NC State W 17-0 --/-- ..... at Wake Forest W 7-0 20/-- at South Carolina W 21-6 13/15 ......Virginia Tech T 6-6 11/-- ........ at Maryland L 0-21 13/ 8 .... at Miami (Fla.) W 7-0 --/-- .................Virginia W 28-7 --/-- .................Furman Orange Bowl L 21-27 19/20 .............Colorado DUKE L 0-7 W 40-7 L 20-33 W 14-6 L 14-27 W 42-0 L 0-7 T 7-7 W 26-0 W 21-6

16/--at South Carolina --/-- ............at Virginia --/ 9 ............. Tennessee --/ 19 ................... SMU --/16 ........... Pittsburgh (Norfolk, Va.) --/-- ...............NC State --/ 2 ....... Georgia Tech --/12 .................... Navy --/-- .........Wake Forest --/-- .... North Carolina

MARYLAND L 12-26 6/-- ................Syracuse W 6-0 --/-- ..... at Wake Forest L 0-14 --/16 ...................Baylor L 6-13 --/11 .... at Miami (Fla.) L 6-34 --/-- .. at North Carolina (forfeit win) L 7-34 --/ 4 .......... at Tennessee L 0-14 --/-- ...............Kentucky T 6-6 --/11 ............... Clemson L 0-13 --/-- .at South Carolina W 25-14 --/-- ........... at NC State

TD 7 3

NORTH CAROLINA L 6-26 --/-- ................ NC State L 0-36 --/ 1 ..........at Oklahoma L 0-14 --/-- ..at South Carolina L 12-26 --/-- .................. Georgia W 34-6 --/-- ...............Maryland (forfeit loss) T 6-6 --/-- .......... Wake Forest (forfeit loss) L 0-20 --/ 3 ...........at Tennessee W 21-7 --/-- ..............at Virginia (forfeit loss) L 14-21 --/-- .......at Notre Dame L 6-21 --/-- .......................Duke

TP, 44 42

vsAP 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-1 0-3-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-3

SOUTH CAROLINA W 26-13 --/-- ................ Wofford W 7-0 --/16 .....................Duke L 6-14 17/-- .............. at Miami W 14-0 --/-- .....North Carolina W 27-13 20/-- ................Virginia (Richmond, Va.) L 0-7 --/20 ............... Clemson W 13-6 --/-- .............at Furman L 7-14 --/-- ........... at NC State W 13-0 --/-- ..............Maryland W 13-0 --/-- ......... Wake Forest (Charlotte, N.C.) VIRGINIA W 18-0 --/-- ....................... VMI L 7-40 --/-- ...................... Duke W 7-6 --/-- ..........Wake Forest L 13-27 --/20 .... South Carolina (Richmond, Va.) W 24-12 --/-- ...............at Lehigh L 7-14 --/16 ....... Virginia Tech (Roanoke, Va.) L 2-6 --/-- .............Vanderbilt L 7-21 --/-- ..... North Carolina (forfeit win) L 7-34 --/15 ..................... Navy (Baltimore, Md.) L 0-7 --/-- ............ at Clemson

NC STATE W 26-6 --/-- . at North Carolina L 6-35 20/-- ........Virginia Tech .......................(Norfolk) L 7-13 --/-- ................. Clemson L 0-14 --/-- ..........Florida State W 20-0 --/-- ............... at Dayton L 0-42 --/-- .................. at Duke L 0-13 --/-- ...... at Wake Forest W 14-7 --/-- ......South Carolina L 7-14 --/-- ......... at Penn State L 14-25 --/-- ...............Maryland WAKE FOREST W 39-0 --/-- .. at William & Mary L 0-6 --/-- ..............Maryland L 6-7 --/-- .............at Virginia L 0-17 --/-- ................ Clemson T 14-14 --/-- .... at Florida State T 6-6 --/--...at North Carolina (forfeit win) W 13-0 --/-- ............... NC State T 13-13 --/-- ....at Virginia Tech L 0-26 --/-- ......................Duke L 0-13 --/-- .....South Carolina (Charlotte, N.C.)


104 1957

ACC Year by Year 1958

ACC Champion - NC State Player of the Year - Dick Christy, NC State Coach of the Year - Earle Edwards, NC State

NC State won its initial ACC gridiron crown with a 5-0-1 record, finishing a half-game ahead of Duke, which faltered in its bid for the league title, losing to North Carolina 21-13 in the Blue Devils’ season finale . . The Wolfpack, due to NCAA infractions in basketball, were unable to take part in post-season play ... NC State head football coach Earle Edwards was named ACC Coach of the Year in leading the Wolfpack to a No. 15 final ranking in the Associated Press poll ... 16th ranked Duke, 6-2-2 during the regular season, represented the ACC in the 23rd Orange Bowl, losing to Oklahoma, 48-21 ... The Blue Devils played five nationally ranked teams during the season and finished with a 2-1-2 record against them ... For the first time, the ACC had three teams ranked in a season’s final poll as Duke, Clemson and NC State earned listings in the UPI poll ... NC State senior halfback Dick Christy, who scored all of NC State’s points including the game-winning field goal in a 29-26 win over South Carolina to set an ACC single-game scoring record, was named the ACC’s Player of the Year ... Christy led the ACC in scoring with 83 points, and in kickoff returns, averaging 45.4 yards on just seven returns including 2 scoring runbacks ... He finished 5th nationally in scoring and 8th in kickoff returns, despite having only 7 runbacks ... Christy (AA), Virginia senior fullback James Bakhtiar (AFCA) and Duke senior tackle Tom Topping were all named first team All-Americas ... Bakhtiar led the ACC in rushing and finished 6th nationally with 822 yards ... Duke junior halfback Wray Carlton ranked 10th nationally in rushing with 749 yards and 10th nationally in scoring with 71 points ... Duke senior fullback Hal McElhaney was named the recipient of the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy, as the conference’s best blocker, for the second straight year ... Clemson quarterback Harvey White, the ACC’s total offense and passing leader, was named to the Academic All-America squad ... Virginia junior quarterback Reece Whitley, playing safety on defense, tied for 5th nationally in pass interceptions with 5.

1957 All-ACC Football Team FIRST TEAM: E-Buddy Payne, UNC E-Ed Cooke, MD T-Tom Topping, DU T-Phil Blazer, UNC G-Roy Hord, DU G-Rodney Breedlove, MD C-Jim Oddo, NCS B-Dick Christy, NCS B-Wray Carlton, DU B-Jim Bakhtiar, UVa B-Harvey White, CL

SECOND TEAM: E-Ray Masneri, CL E-Bill Thompson, DU T-John Kompara, USC T-Darrell Dess, NCS G-John Grdijan, CL G-Bill Rearick, NCS C-Gene Alderton, MD B-Dick Hunter, NCS B-Harold McElhaney, DU B-Alex Hawkins, USC B-King Dixon, USC

Statistical Leaders Total Offense White, CL Bakhtiar, UVa Rushing Bakhtiar, UVa Carlton, DU

Plays Yds Avg. TDR 164 1038 103.8 12 195 822 135.6 6 Car. Yds Avg. 194 822 82.2 143 749 74.9

TD 6 8

Passing Cmp-Att-Int. Yds TD C/g Snead, WF 123-259-14 1676 10 12.3 Gabriel, NCS 105-186-7 1182 8 10.5 Receiving Catches Yds TD Avg. Moorman, DU 46 431 2 4.6 Kehoe, UVa 34 378 2 3.4 Scoring McGuirt CL Gabriel, NCS

TD 9 7

PAT 0 0

FG 0 0

TP, 54 42

Conference Overall Team ................ AP. UPI .. W L T For Opp W L T For Opp Home Road Neu vsAP NC State ............15.... 20 .... 5 0 1 130 60 7 1 2 155 67 1-1-1 5-0-1 1-0 0-0-1 Duke ..................16.... 14 .... 5 1 1 148 62 6 3 2 182 135 4-1 2-1-1 0-1-1 2-1-2 Clemson..................... 18 .... 4 3 0 85 65 7 3 0 216 79 3-1 4-2 0-0 0-2 North Carolina .................. 4 3 0 109 74 6 4 0 142 129 3-3 3-1 0-0 2-1 Maryland ........................... 4 3 0 90 101 5 5 0 119 144 3-2 2-3 0-0 1-2 Virginia .............................. 2 4 0 54 118 3 6 1 117 164 0-4 2-2-1 1-0 0-2 South Carolina................... 2 5 0 91 113 5 5 0 202 167 2-4 3-1 0-0 1-2 Wake Forest ....................... 0 7 0 47 161 0 10 0 64 225 0-5 0-5 0-0 0-2 Versus Non-Conference Opponents: 13-10-3 (.558) CLEMSON . (AP-rank: CU/OPP) W 66-0 --/-- ......... Presbyterian L 0-26 --/-- at North Carolina L 7-13 --/13 .............. NC State W 20-6 --/-- .............at Virginia W 13-0 --/-- .at South Carolina W 20-7 --/-- ................... at Rice W 26-7 --/-- ..............Maryland L 6-7 14/11 ............... at Duke W 13-6 --/-- ......... Wake Forest W 45-6 --/-- .............at Furman

NORTH CAROLINA L 0-7 --/-- ................NC State W 26-0 --/-- ................ Clemson W 13-7 --/ 6 ...................... Navy W 20-13 18/-- ...............at Miami L 7-21 14/-- .........at Maryland W 14-7 --/-- ..... at Wake Forest L 0-35 --/17 ............. Tennessee W 28-6 --/-- ..... South Carolina W 21-13 --/11 .................at Duke L 13-20 --/-- ................. Virginia

DUKE W 26-14 10/-- ..at South Carolina W 40-0 7/-- ................ Virginia W 14-0 4/-- ............. Maryland W 7-6 5/15 ................. at Rice W 34-7 5/-- .........Wake Forest T 14-14 4/11 ......... at NC State L 0-13 7/-- ... at Georgia Tech T 6-6 16/ 7 .................... Navy (Baltimore) W 7-6 11/14 ............. Clemson L 13-21 11/-- ... North Carolina Orange Bowl L 21-48 16/ 4 ........... Oklahoma MARYLAND L 13-21 --/ 2 .......at Texas A&M L 13-48 --/-- ................NC State L 0-14 --/ 4 ..................at Duke W 27-0 --/-- ..........Wake Forest W 21-7 --/14 .... North Carolina L 0-16 --/-- .............. Tennessee W 10-6 --/--.. at South Carolina L 7-26 --/-- ............ at Clemson W 16-6 --/-- ..... at Miami (Fla.) W 12-0 --/-- ................. Virginia

NC STATE W 7-0 --/--..at North Carolina W 48-13 --/-- ..........at Maryland W 13-7 13/-- ........... at Clemson W 7-0 13/-- ....at Florida State T 0-0 12/-- ...............at Miami T 14-14 11/ 4..................... Duke W 19-0 10/-- .........Wake Forest L 6-7 10/-- ..William & Mary W 12-0 19/-- ....... Virginia Tech W 29-26 20/-- ..at South Carolina

SOUTH CAROLINA L 14-26 --/10 ..................... Duke W 26-0 --/-- .................Wofford W 27-21 --/20 ................ at Texas W 58-13 --/-- ................. Furman L 0-13 --/-- ................ Clemson L 6-10 --/-- .............. Maryland L 6-28 --/-- ..at North Carolina W 13-0 --/-- .............at Virginia L 26-29 --/20 ...............NC State W 26-7 --/-- ..... at Wake Forest VIRGINIA T 6-6 --/-- ...at West Virginia L 0-40 --/ 7 ................. at Duke W 28-20 --/-- .....at Wake Forest L 6-20 --/-- ................Clemson W 38-7 --/-- ....... Virginia Tech ................. (Richmond) L 12-20 --/ 9 .....................Army L 7-20 --/-- ...................... VMI L 0-13 --/-- .....South Carolina L 0-12 --/-- ......... at Maryland W 20-13 --/-- ..