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Table Of Contents 2012 BIG EAST Preseason Poll......................................... IFC BIG EAST Conference Football............................................ 2 Interim Commissioner Joe Bailey........................................ 3 BIG EAST Conference Staff............................................... 4-7 A System of Success............................................................ 8 Bowl Championship Series.................................................. 9 BIG EAST Bowl Lineup....................................................... 10 National Bowl Directory.................................................... 11 2011 BIG EAST Notebook............................................. 12-13 Officiating Performance Standards................................... 14 Instant Replay................................................................... 15 The BIG EAST On Television & Radio........................... 16-17 2011 Non-Conference Opponents............................... 18-20 The Teams Cincinnati Bearcats....................................................... 21-26 School Quick Facts...................................................... 21 Storylines & Schedule................................................. 22 Coaching Staff............................................................. 23 Coaching Records........................................................ 24 2011 Statistics & Results............................................. 25 Year-By-Year Results................................................... 26 Connecticut Huskies..................................................... 27-32 Louisville Cardinals....................................................... 33-38 Pittsburgh Panthers...................................................... 39-44 Rutgers Scarlet Knights................................................ 45-50 USF Bulls.......................................................................51-56 Syracuse Orange........................................................... 57-62 Temple Owls.................................................................63-68 2011 Year In Review 2011 Standings, Bowl Results, National Rankings............ 69 2011 National Postseason Honors & Awards................... 70 2011 BIG EAST Honors & Awards...................................... 71 BCS Standings.................................................................... 72 The BIG EAST Nationally.................................................... 73 2011 Final Results............................................................. 74 Individual Statistical Leaders........................................ 75-78 Team Statistical Leaders............................................... 79-81 Individual & Team Game Highs.................................... 82-84 BIG EAST Record Book Individual Records...................................................... 85-100 Team Records........................................................... 101-111 Annual Statistical Leaders........................................ 112-116 Annual Standings...................................................... 117-119 Champions, Overtime & Home/Away Records............... 120 Winning Streaks & Year-By-Year Overall Records........... 121 All-BIG EAST Awards................................................. 122-130 Weekly Award Winners............................................ 131-135 BIG EAST Series Results............................................ 136-139 Nonconference Records.................................................. 140 Attendance History......................................................... 141 Coaching Records............................................................ 142 BIG EAST Academic Honors...................................... 143-150 National Award Winners.......................................... 151-157 The BIG EAST and the NFL Draft.............................. 158-164 Polls And Bowls All-Time Polls............................................................ 165-175 The BIG EAST Against The Top 25............................176-180 All-Time Bowl Appearances............................................ 181 Bowl Summaries....................................................... 182-201 Composite Bowl Won-Loss Records................................ 202 National Bowl Results.............................................. 203-207 BIG EAST Media Services................................................. 208 BIG EAST Media Relations Directory................................ IBC

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BIG EAST Conference Staff Interim Commissioner.................................................................................. Joseph E. Bailey III Senior Associate Commissioner (Football & Marketing) .............................Nick Carparelli, Jr. Senior Associate Commissioner (Compliance & Governance).................Joseph D’Antonio, Jr. Senior Associate Commissioner (Administration)........................................... Donna DeMarco Associate Commissioner (Men’s Basketball)........................................................ To be named Associate Commissioner (Women’s Basketball).......................................... Danielle Donehew Associate Commissioner (Compliance) ........................................................ Jennifer Condaras Associate Commissioner (Television & Men’s Basketball Scheduling).............. Tom Odjakjian Associate Commissioner (Communications) ......................................................John Paquette Associate Commissioner (Olympic Sports)......................................................... James Siedliski Assistant Commissioner (Women’s Basketball Officiating)...............................Barbara Jacobs Senior Director of External Affairs.....................................................................Ben Fairclough Director of Business Affairs........................................................................................Sue Eaton Director of Communications.................................................................................. Sara Naggar Director of Communications...............................................................................Chuck Sullivan Director of Compliance........................................................................................Kenny Schank Director of Digital Media .................................................................................... Mark Hodgkin Director of Men’s Basketball Operations.......................................................... Shawn Murphy Director of Sport Administration........................................................................ Kristen Brown Director of Sport Administration.................................................................... Bobby Weygand Assistant Director of Communications.............................................................. Michael Coyne Assistant Director of Football & Video Administration....................................... Michael Costa Assistant Director of Sport Administration........................................................... To be named Coordinator of Football Officiating.................................................................... Terry McAulay Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating.............................................................Art Hyland Assistant to the Commissioner...........................................................................Lisa Zanecchia Senior Administrative Assistant for Basketball & Administration..........................Lois DeBlois Administrative Assistant..................................................................................... Wanda Factor Administrative Assistant..........................................................................................Linda Yates Receptionist................................................................................................... Kathy Kirkpatrick Administrative Fellow......................................................................................... Roberto Sasso Communications Assistant...............................................................................Michael O’Brien Communications Assistant................................................................................. Brooke Rayder Sport Administration Assistant................................................................ Catherine Carmignani Digital Network Assistant....................................................................................... Jamie Corun

Credits Editor: Chuck Sullivan Editorial Assistance: John Paquette, Sara Naggar, Michael Coyne, Mke O’Brien, Brooke Rayder. Printing:

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Photography: Associated Press, Jerry Margolis, J. Meric, Bruce Schwartzman, David Silverman and school sports information offices. Special Thanks: The BIG EAST would like to thank the sports information departments of its member schools for their valuable assistance and cooperation in producing this publication.

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Entering its 22nd season as a football-playing entity in 2012, The BIG EAST Conference is poised, among a sea of change in the college football world, to continue as one of the nation’s top conferences. By any objective metric, the BIG EAST has been a success story on the football field. The conference has regularly put its teams in position for the Bowl Championship Series National Championship while amassing an impressive head-to-head record against its counterparts. The BIG EAST football membership in 2012 will consist of the University of Cincinnati, the University of Connecticut, the University of Louisville, the University of Pittsburgh, Rutgers University, the University of South Florida, Syracuse University and Temple University. The BIG EAST membership will have a new look in 2013 as the conference becomes the first truly national major college football league. That year, the league will welcome Boise State University, the University of Central Florida, the University of Houston, the University of Memphis, San Diego State University and Southern Methodist University to its football ranks. The U.S. Naval Academy will join the BIG EAST in 2015. Eight of the schools that will comprise the future membership of the BIG EAST finished in the top 25 of the final BCS standings at least once since 2006, with a combined 14 top-25 finishes by those schools in that six-year span. That kind of success underscores the BIG EAST’s history as one of the deepest conferences in college football. Every BIG EAST team won at least five games in 2011 – the first time since 1905 that a major college football conference could make that claim. The BIG EAST is the only Division I conference in which each of its members played in at least one bowl game in the past two seasons. The BIG EAST will likewise be the only league in which each team has at least one bowl win in the last four years. The BIG EAST has always been strategic in its growth, with a goal of showcasing high-quality teams in highly populated markets. The conference’s forthcoming membership changes will further enhance that strategy by placing at least one BIG EAST school in all four time zones across the continental United States. All told, the BIG EAST football membership will be centered in 11 states, 12 of the top 50 Nielsen media markets and six of the top 25 media markets. The conference will have a television households reach of 24.3 million – by far the largest number in college football. The BIG EAST has been a charter member of each of the major bowl agreements with the major conferences, beginning with the Bowl Coalition in 1992, followed by the Bowl Alliance in 1995 and the Bowl Championship Series in 1998. Eight times in the league’s 21 seasons,   2

a BIG EAST squad has played for a claim to the national crown in a postseason game. The conference has produced two national championship teams and has seen three teams finish as the No. 2-ranked team nationally. The 2012 season will mark the fifth year of a six-year arrangement with ESPN that gives the BIG EAST national exposure on ABC television and the ESPN family of networks. ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC will carry a minimum of 19 BIG EAST home games each season, marking the highest guaranteed total on ESPN and ABC in league history. Championship Week in December includes three BIG EAST games on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. At least four BIG EAST games are featured on ESPN’s Thursdaynight package. In addition, ESPN Regional Television will continue to produce and distribute its BIG EAST Network package to a nationally syndicated audience, reaching more than 30 million homes. Sportsnet New York (SNY) will carry more than 20 BIG EAST Network games, providing a reach of more than 13 million homes alone. A minimum of five home games will be carried on ESPNU. Extensive television exposure and the BIG EAST have been synonymous terms. The league established its own regional football television package in 1991 before it had played a game. The BIG EAST Television Network immediately was the largest regional college football network in the country. The BIG EAST has always aligned itself with prestigious bowl games. The league is one of the original founders of the Bowl Championship Series and continues to be one of only six conferences that receives an automatic annual bid in the existing agreement. The BIG EAST Conference champion earns the league’s automatic BCS bid. The BCS – which enters its 15th season in 2012-13 – is a five-game arrangement for postseason college football that is designed to match the two toprated teams in a national championship game and to create exciting and competitive matchups between eight other highly regarded teams in four other BCS games. If the BIG EAST champion finishes No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS standings, that team earns a spot in the BCS National Championship Game. Otherwise, the league champion will compete in one of the four remaining BCS bowl games – the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Discover Orange Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl or the Rose 2012 BIG EAST Football

Bowl Game presented by VIZIO. Each bowl hosts two games once every four years - its traditional game plus the National Championship Game approximately one week later. The BIG EAST unveiled an enhanced collection of bowl partnerships beginning in 2010 that matches conference teams against opponents from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big 12 Conference, the Southeastern Conference and Conference USA. The Russell Athletic Bowl has the first selection of BIG EAST teams after the conference’s BCS representative is determined. The ACC will provide the opposition for the Russell Athletic Bowl, which is played in Orlando, Fla. The BIG EAST enters its 11th year as a partner with the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C. Played in Bank of America Stadium, the Belk Bowl will select its BIG EAST participant after the Russell Athletic Bowl with the ACC again providing the opponent. The BIG EAST and the Big 12 conferences partnered for a new bowl game in 2010 as the New Era Pinstripe Bowl was played for the first time at Yankee Stadium in New York City. The game was an immediate success and the New Era Pinstripe Bowl is now firmly entrenched into New York’s festivities surrounding New Year’s Day. In the event that the Big 12 is unable to send an eligible team to the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Notre Dame could step in as the BIG EAST team’s opponent. A BIG EAST representative will face either an opponent from the SEC or the Conference USA champion as part of a four-year arrangement with the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Ala., and the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis. The BIG EAST will send a team to one of those bowl games in each year of the deal. The BIG EAST has been a partner with the BBVA Compass Bowl since 2006 and has sent a number of teams to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in recent years. The 2012 season will mark the fifth year of the BIG EAST’s partnership with the Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl pairs the BIG EAST representative against an opponent from Conference USA. The enhanced lineup gives BIG EAST teams access to at least six postseason games each year in some of the most accessible and desirable destinations in college football.


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Joseph E. Bailey III Interim Commissioner Joe Bailey was appointed as the interim commissioner of the BIG EAST Conference May 7, 2012. He is just the fourth person to sit in the commissioner’s chair of the BIG EAST, succeeding Dave Gavitt (1979-90), Michael Tranghese (1990-2009) and John Marinatto (2009-12). In addition to his role with the BIG EAST, Bailey serves in a senior leadership position with RSR Partners, a leading board and executive recruiting firm based in Greenwich, Conn. Bailey serves as the firm’s managing director and as the leader of its global sport practice. Before taking on his current positions, Bailey was founder and chief executive officer of Global Sport 360, a consulting practice where he advised businesses in the global sports industry on strategies and tactics to maximize innovation and talent. He also was a partner with Russell Reynolds Associates, administering that firm’s New York office and leading the company’s Entertainment, Media & Sports and Corporate Communication practices. Bailey also has served as CEO of Dolphins Enterprises, the sports, entertainment and development company that administers the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. Bailey was in charge of all Miami Dolphins and Sun Life Stadium operations, management, development, sales, marketing and merchandising.

With the Dolphins, Bailey spearheaded the transformation of Sun Life Stadium, initiating a rebranding of the facility and introducing extensive improvements and innovations to make the stadium one of the nation’s premier sports and entertainment facilities. Bailey additionally spent 19 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, beginning as a team scout, then the team’s business manager before eventually assuming the title of senior vice president for administration. Bailey was involved in a wide range of the team’s activities, including the innovating application of technology, the development of its Valley Ranch training facility, the implementation of extensive licensing and sponsorship agreements, the construction of the largest local radio and national television network in the league and several business enterprises and player contract negotiations. During Bailey’s tenure, the Cowboys won 13 divisional titles, five NFC titles and two Super Bowl crowns. Following his tenure in Dallas, Bailey served as senior vice president and chief operating officer at the World League/NFL for five years. He was responsible for all elements of an international startup, culminating in the first World Bowl in London’s Wembley Stadium that attracted 60,000 spectators.

As a recruiter, Bailey has conducted more than 200 executive searches globally for leading sports governing bodies including the NFL, NBA, NASCAR, Major League Soccer and Olympic organizations. In addition to his employment history, Bailey is a member of the advisory board of the Fuqua Center of Leadership and Ethics at Duke University. He is an adjunct professor for the Duke Sports Medicine Feagin Program, a member of the Untied States Olympic Committee’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and a member of the United Kingdom-based Beyond Sport advisory board. Bailey is a frequent media guest speaker on “Leadership and the Future of Global Sport.” He has been tabbed by Sporting News as one of the 100 most powerful people in the sports industry and deemed, “the most influential executive recruiter in sports.” Bailey is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and Harvard Business School.

Nick Carparelli, Jr. Senior Associate Commissioner (Football & Marketing) Nick Carparelli joined the BIG EAST staff in 2002 as an associate commissioner and was promoted to his current position in 2009. He is the conference’s primary football administrator, overseeing operations, officiating, bowl relationships, television and scheduling. Carparelli also serves as the conference’s liaison with IMG Sports, the league’s sponsorship and marketing partner. During his tenure with the BIG EAST, Carparelli has become one of the foremost administrators in college football. He serves as chair of the NCAA Football Issues Committee and its postseason bowl licensing subcommittee and formerly served on the NCAA Rules Committee. Carparelli has been actively involved in the BIG EAST’s recent institutional additions, helping the league expand its football membership strategically across four time zones in many of the nation’s premier media markets. His

annual work with constructing the conference schedule has helped contribute to some of the highest-rated telecasts in college football history. He was instrumental in the assembly of the conference’s current bowl structure — its most lucrative and successful group of partnerships in league history — and led the way in the creation of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium. He also helped establish the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl in St. Petersburg, Fla. Before coming to the BIG EAST, Carparelli had been the director of operations for the New England Patriots during their first Super Bowl championship season. Working with legendary head coach Bill Belichick, Carparelli coordinated team travel, directed the club’s summer training camp, was involved with player personnel and supervised gameday operations. He also coordinated all aspects of the Patriots’ participation in Super Bowl XXXVI. 2012 BIG EAST Football

Before working for the Patriots, Carparelli was a football administrator at the University of Notre Dame, where he coordinated all recruiting efforts, created travel and gameday itineraries and oversaw NCAA football compliance matters. He spent two years as a graduate assistant coach at Syracuse University, where he helped the Orange to a win against Colorado in the 1993 Fiesta Bowl. Between Notre Dame and Syracuse, Carparelli assisted in the recruitment of several players who moved on to the NFL, including Donovan McNabb and Justin Tuck. Originally from Cheshire, Conn., Carparelli is a 1990 graduate of Worcester Polytechnic University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. He added a master’s degree from Syracuse in 1994. 3   


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Joseph D’Antonio Senior Associate Commissioner (Compliance & Governance)

Danielle Donehew Associate Commissioner (Women’s Basketball)

John Paquette Associate Commissioner (Communications)

Joe D’Antonio is the Senior Associate Commissioner for Governance & Compliance at the BIG EAST Conference. D’Antonio oversees the conference’s NCAA governance, legislative, enforcement, legal and compliance services. Additionally, he currently serves as the conference’s representative to the NCAA Division I Legislative Council, and chaired the council during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 legislative cycles. D’Antonio came to the BIG EAST in 2005 from Providence College, where he served as the Associate Athletic Director of Compliance and Administration. A 1993 graduate of the New England School of Law, D’Antonio was admitted to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Bar in 1994 and worked in private practice prior to 1997. D’Antonio accepted his undergraduate degree from Providence College in 1990.

Danielle Donehew joined the BIG EAST staff in 2009 as Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball. Donehew oversees all aspects of BIG EAST women’s basketball, including television, scheduling, branding and messaging, and management of the conference championship. She is the primary liaison between the conference and member institutions in women’s basketball matters. Before coming to the BIG EAST, Donehew had been Executive Vice President of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, where she was involved with all areas of the franchise’s operations. She also spent seven years in various capacities at the University of Tennessee, most recently as Assistant Athletic Director for Women’s Basketball. Donehew is a graduate of Georgia Tech, where she was a member of the Yellow Jacket basketball team.

John Paquette came to the BIG EAST in 1990 as the Director of Public Relations. He was elevated to Assistant Commissioner in 1992 and Associate Commissioner in 1996. Paquette oversees all communications efforts, is the primary spokesman for the league and is the media coordinator for the BIG EAST Men’s Basketball Championship in Madison Square Garden. He also negotiates national radio agreements for football and basketball. Paquette was an Assistant Athletic Director for Communications at Seton Hall from 198690. Before Seton Hall, he served two-year terms as Assistant Commissioner of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Sports Information Director at St. Peter’s College and Wagner College. Paquette is a graduate of Marquette University where he was a journalism major.

Donna DeMarco Egan Senior Associate Commissioner (Administration)

Tom Odjakjian Associate Commissioner (Television & Men’s Basketball Scheduling)

James Siedliski Associate Commissioner (Olympic Sports)

Donna DeMarco Egan has been part of the BIG EAST staff since 1988 and has been Senior Associate Commissioner for Administration since 2009. She is responsible for the daily management of the conference office and represents and assists the commissioner with overall administration and management of league matters. Before taking on her current role, DeMarco had been Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball from 2006-09 and was Associate Commissioner for Olympic Sports from 1996-2006. She began her career as an administrative assistant for Public Relations & Championships in 1988 before being promoted to Director of Championship Operations and subsequently Assistant Commissioner for Championships. DeMarco is a 1987 graduate of the University of Connecticut with a bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism.

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Tom Odjakjian has served as Associate Commissioner at the BIG EAST since 1995. His primary responsibilities include television negotiations for all sports, football television scheduling and assembly of the annual men’s basketball schedule. Before coming to the BIG EAST, Odjakjian served various roles at ESPN from 1981-94, including as the director of college sports. He was responsible for negotiation, acquisition, scheduling and budget supervision for the network’s collegiate sports programming. Odjakjian also served as Associate Commissioner of the Eastern College Athletic Conference and Assistant Sports Information Director at Princeton University. Odjakjian is a 1976 graduate of Lafayette College with a degree in economics and business.

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James Siedliski was promoted to his current position of Associate Commissioner for Olympic Sports in 2006. He serves as the league’s primary Olympic sports administrator, overseeing management and operations of the conference’s 21 Olympic sport programs. Siedliski has been a member of the NCAA Divsion I Men’s Lacrosse Committee for the past two years and will chair the committee in 2013. Siedliski came to the BIG EAST in 1998 as Director of Sport Administration and was promoted to Assistant Commissioner for Sport Administration in 2000. Before coming to the conference, Siedliski had been Executive Director of the New Jersey Association of USA Track & Field. Siedliski is a 1989 graduate of Rutgers University.


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Jennifer Condaras Associate Commissioner (Compliance)

Terry McAulay Coordinator of Football Officiating

Michael Costa Assistant Director of Football & Video Administration

Jennifer Condaras was promoted to her current role as Associate Commissioner for Compliance in 2012. She had been an Assistant Commissioner since she joined the conference in 2006. Condaras’ responsibilities include coordination and administration of the conference’s day-to-day compliance services with member institutions. She provides interpretative support and rules education and is a liaison to the Senior Woman Administrators Committee. Before joining the BIG EAST staff, Condaras had served as Director of Compliance at Georgia Tech from 2001-05. She joined the Yellow Jacket staff as an assistant director in 1999. A native of Charleston, W.Va., Condaras earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in sport management from West Virginia University.

Terry McAulay has been the BIG EAST’s Coordinator of Football Officiating since 2008. He is responsible for the development, training, recruitment and evaluation of football officials within the conference. McAulay has served as an NFL referee since 2001 and he has worked five conference championship games and two Super Bowls (XXXIX and XLIII). He was a side judge for four years before becoming a referee. Before working at the NFL, McAulay was a referee with the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. His college officiating career began in 1989. While working for the ACC, McAulay was the referee for the 1998 BCS Championship Game which was played at the Orange Bowl in Miami. McAulay earned a bachelor’s degree from LSU in 1981 and master’s degree from Johns Hopkins in 1989.

Michael Costa joined the full-time BIG EAST staff in 2011 as Assistant Director of Football & Video Administration. He assists in all football administrative tasks and coordinates the conference’s football video operations. Costa was promoted to his current position after he spent the 2010-11 season as the conference’s football and video administration assistant. Before coming to the BIG EAST, Costa served as a football game day operations intern with the Atlantic Coast Conference and assisted with the South Florida Host Committee for Super Bowl XLIV in Miami. Originally from Lynchburg, Va., Costa is a graduate of Guilford College and holds a master’s degree in sports management from Florida State University.

Ben Fairclough Senior Director of External Affairs

Chuck Sullivan Director of Communications

Ben Fairclough has been the BIG EAST’s Senior Director of External Affairs since 2009 and has worked with the conference since the 2005-06 academic year. In his current role, Fairclough oversees the BIG EAST’s web and digital media efforts, including the league’s website and production of video content spanning a variety of distribution platforms. Fairclough was promoted to his current position after he spent two years as Director of Marketing and Web Development at the BIG EAST. He began his career as a communications assistant in 2005 and was named Assistant Director of Internet Publicity and Promotions in 2006. A native of Newington, Conn., Fairclough earned his undergraduate degree at Thomas College and added a master’s degree in sport management from Slippery Rock.

Chuck Sullivan was named Director of Communications at the BIG EAST Conference in August 2007. He serves as a primary external relations contact for football and men’s basketball and is the media relations coordinator for the conference’s annual baseball championship. Sullivan served as Director of Athletic Communications at Harvard from 2003-07, where he managed the external and internal communications efforts for the nation’s largest intercollegiate athletics program. Sullivan also served as Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications at Bryant from 1999-2003. He was Sports Information Director at the UMass Boston from 1995-99 and served as an Athletic Communications Assistant at Princeton from 1993-95. Sullivan is a 1993 graduate of Boston University with a degree in broadcasting and film.

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Barbara Jacobs

Assistant Commissioner, Women’s Basketball Officiating Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1995

Sara Naggar

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1991

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2008

Mark Hodgkin

Shawn Murphy

Director of Digital Media

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2010

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2009

Kristen Brown

Director of Sport Administration

Director of Sport Administration

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2004

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2010

Art Hyland

Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1991

Kenny Schank

Director of Compliance

Director of Communications

Bobby Weygand

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Susan Eaton

Director of Business Affairs

Lisa Zanecchia

Assistant to the Commissioner Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1982

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Director of Men’s Basketball Operations Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2001

Michael Coyne

Assistant Director of Communications

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2006

Lois DeBlois

Senior Administrative Assistant for Basketball & Administration Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1991


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Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Linda Yates

Kathy Kirkpatrick

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1999

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2002

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 1990

Wanda Factor

Roberto Sasso

Brooke Rayder

Receptionist

Mike O’Brien

Administrative Fellow

Communications Assistant

Communications Assistant

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2011

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2012

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2012

Catherine Carmignani

Jamie Corun

Sport Administration Assistant

Digital Netowrk Assistant

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2012

Joined BIG EAST Staff: 2012

BIG EAST Headquarters The BIG EAST administers to its membership from a state-of-the-art office located in Providence, Rhode Island. The location of the conference headquarters — situated just steps from the city’s Amtrak station and 10 minutes from T.F. Green International Airport — gives the conference easy access to its member schools and a direct connection to all of the major cities in the Northeast. The BIG EAST has been housed in Providence since the formation of the league in 1979 and has been in its current location since 2010. The office is equipped with a complete video production studio, and small- and large-scale meeting rooms to easily accommodate the many coaches’ and administrators’ meetings held on-site each year.

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A System Of Success - BIG EAST Conference Achievements Since 1979-80

BIG EAST national champions in 2011-12 included Louisville swimmer Carlos Almeida and the Georgetown women’s cross country team. Notre Dame’s women’s basketball team, meanwhile, advanced to the NCAA final for the second consecutive year.

2011-12 Highlights • NCAA championship in women’s cross country (Georgetown). The win by the Hoyas marked the third-straight year a BIG EAST team has won the women’s cross country championship, with Villanova winning the past two. • NCAA runner-up finishes in women’s basketball (Notre Dame) and women’s lacrosse (Syracuse). • The BIG EAST had two women’s basketball teams (Notre Dame, Connecticut) in the Final Four for the third time in the last four years. • NCAA semifinal appearances by Connecticut field hockey and Notre Dame men’s lacrosse. • For the first time in program history, USF reached the Women’s College World Series. • Villanova’s Sheila Reid won the NCAA women’s cross country title for the second-straight year, giving her five career NCAA individual titles in cross country and track & field. • BIG EAST football teams won three bowl games, winning against opponents from the ACC, Big 12 and SEC. • At the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, Syracuse’s Jarret Eaton won the 60-meter hurdle, Georgetown’s Emily Infield won the 3,000-meter run and the Notre Dame men’s distance medley relay won the national title. • Louisville’s Carlos Almeida won the national title in the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. Almeida also finished as the national runner-up in the 100 breaststroke. • Villanova’s Sheila Reid (cross country) won Honda Sports Awards as the top performer in cross country. • The BIG EAST had 19 Capital One Academic All-America selections. Eric Finan (Cincinnati track & field), Peter Bolgert (Marquette track & field), Kevyn Smith (Syracuse football), Sheila Reid (Villanova track & field), Kaitlyn Gillespie (West Virginia track & field) and Kate Harrison (West Virginia track & field) were all first team selections.

Overall Highlights • Thirty-two national team champions and 138 NCAA individual champions • Eighteen Final Four appearances in men’s basketball, including NCAA titles by Connecticut in 1999, 2004 and 2011, Syracuse in 2003, Villanova in 1985 and Georgetown in 1984. • NCAA women’s basketball titles by Connecticut in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010 and Notre Dame in 2001. • Twenty Final Four appearances in women’s basketball (Connecticut 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012; Notre Dame 1997, 2001, 2011, 2012; Rutgers 2000, 2007; Louisville 2009). • National championships in football by Miami in 1991 and 2001. • Eleven NCAA women’s cross country titles (nine for Villanova, including the 2009 and 2010 championships, and an NCAA-record six straight from 1989 94; one for Providence in 1995; one for Georgetown in 2011). • NCAA men’s soccer titles by St. John’s in 1996 and Connecticut in 2000. • NCAA women’s soccer titles by Notre Dame in 1995, 2004 and 2010. • Appearances in the NCAA Men’s College World Series by Notre Dame in 2002 and Louisville in 2007. • NCAA Women’s College World Series appearances by Connecticut in 1993, DePaul in 2007 and USF in 2012. • Two NCAA Woman of the Year award winners (Nnenna Lynch, Villanova, 1993; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1995). • Six Honda-Broderick Cup winners recognizing collegiate athletic achievement among women (Vicki Huber, Villanova, 1988-89; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1994-95; Jennifer Rizzotti, Connecticut, 1995-96; Cindy Daws, Notre Dame, 1996-97; Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2009-10 and 2010-11). • Eight women’s basketball Wade Trophy winners (Shelly Pennefather, Villanova, 1987; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1995; Jennifer Rizzotti, Connecticut, 1996; Sue Bird, Connecticut, 2002, Diana Taurasi, 2003; Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2009, 2010 and 2011). • Two consensus National Players of the Year in men’s basketball (Walter Berry, St. John’s, 1986; Patrick Ewing, Georgetown, 1985).

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THE BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES 

About the BCS

The 2012-13 season will be the 15th year for the BCS, which is a fivegame arrangement that is designed to match the two top-rated teams in a national championship game and to create exciting and competitive match-ups among eight other highly regarded teams in four other bowl games. The BCS enhances the importance of the regular season and maintains the bowl system for the benefit of the game. It has been undeniably successful in achieving those goals; college football has never been more popular, and the BCS is a significant reason for that. Additionally, it has provided more access to the major bowls, more television exposure, and more post-season revenue than ever before. The five bowl games are the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, the Discover Orange Bowl, the Rose Bowl Game Presented by VIZIO, the Allstate Sugar Bowl, and the BCS National Championship Game that is played at one of the bowl sites. The 2013 Discover BCS National Championship Game will be played at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami. The BCS is not an entity. Instead, it is an event managed by the 11 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision conferences, all of them “BCS Conferences,” and the independent institutions through a series of contracts among bowls and television networks. The conferences are the Atlantic Coast, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Conference USA, MidAmerican, Mountain West, Sun Belt, Pacific-12, Southeastern, and Western Athletic. ESPN will televise all five BCS bowl games.

Pool of Eligible Teams

If berths are available after the automatic qualifiers have been identified, then the bowls shall select at-large participants from the “pool of eligible teams,” which shall include any Bowl Subdivision team that is bowl-eligible and meets the following requirements: A. H  as won at least nine regular-season games, and B. Is among the top 14 teams in the final BCS Standings

Revenue

Each conference whose team qualifies automatically for the BCS receives approximately $28.2 million in net revenue. A second team brings an additional $6.2 million to its conference. Notre Dame receives $1.9 million. Army, Navy and Brigham Young also receive $100,000 each, and each of the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision conferences receives $250,000:

Access

Each conference had an opportunity to earn annual automatic qualification through a four-year evaluation covering the regular seasons of 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. The Atlantic Coast, BIG EAST, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and Southeastern conferences met the threshold and earned automatic qualification through the 2013-14 season. A seventh conference could qualify for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 bowl season based on an evaluation of the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 regular seasons.

Playoff Coming In 2014-15

On June 26, 2012, the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee agreed to launch a four-team playoff beginning with the 2014-15 season. The new format will continue for at least 12 years, though the 2025-26 season. The semifinals will be rotated among six bowl games and will be played either New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day. The championship game, to be rotated among neutral sites every year, will be played on a Monday at least six days after the last semifinal game.

2012-13 BCS Schedule Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio January 1, 2013 4:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, Calif.

BCS Automatic Qualifications

1. The top two teams in the final BCS standings will play in the National Championship Game. 2. The champions of the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC will have automatic berths in one of the participating bowls each year through the 2013 regular season. 3. The champion of Conference USA, the MAC, the Mountain West, the Sun Belt, or the WAC will earn an automatic berth in a BCS game if either: A. Such team is ranked in the top 12 of the final BCS Standings, or, B. Such team is ranked in the top 16 of the final BCS Standings and its ranking in the final BCS Standings is higher than that of a champion of a conference that has an annual automatic berth in one of the BCS bowls. 4. Notre Dame will automatically qualify for a BCS bowl if it is in the top eight of the final BCS Standings. 5. If any of the 10 slots remain open after application of provisions 1 through 4, and an at-large team from a conference with an annual automatic berth for its champion is ranked No. 3 in the final BCS Standings, that team shall become an automatic qualifier, provided that no at-large team from the same conference qualifies for the National Championship Game. 6. If any of the 10 slots remain open after application of provisions 1 through 5, and if Step No. 5 has not been applied and an at-large team from a conference with an annual automatic berth for its champion is ranked No. 4 in the final BCS Standings, that team shall become an automatic qualifier, provided that no at-large team from the same conference qualifies for the National Championship Game. 7. If any slots remain unfilled after the placement of all teams qualifying for an automatic berth, then the bowls shall choose their participants from the “pool of eligible teams” (see below.)

Allstate Sugar Bowl

January 2, 2013 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Mercedez-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Discover Orange Bowl

January 1, 2013 8 p.m. ET, ESPN Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl

January 3, 2013 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.

Discover BCS National Championship Game January 7, 2013 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

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THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE 

The Lineup

In addition to the Bowl Championship Series, the BIG EAST Conference also has agreements with a number of other postseason bowl games. The conference’s current lineup, which began in the 2010 season, has the BIG EAST paired against three of the other five automatic-qualifying Bowl Championship Series conferences in the postseason, giving the BIG EAST its strongest bowl partnerships in its history. The BIG EAST announced a four-year agreement with Florida Citrus Sports and the Russell Athletic Bowl to send a team to the Orlando, Fla., game beginning in the 2010 season. The Russell Athletic Bowl will have the first selection from the BIG EAST after the league’s BCS representative has been determined. The BIG EAST’s opponent in the Russell Athletic Bowl will be from the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Russell Athletic Bowl had the opportunity to select Notre Dame, in place of a BIG EAST team, once during the four-year agreement and exercised that option in 2011. The BIG EAST has extended its agreement with the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C., through the 2013 season as well. The Belk Bowl will have the BIG EAST’s third selection, after the BCS and Russell Athletic Bowl. The BIG EAST has been aligned with the Belk Bowl since the inception of the game in 2002. The game has averaged more than 62,000 fans and was named one of the five best startups in sports in the previous five years by Sports Business Journal. The 2010 season featured the introduction of a new bowl game in New York City when the BIG EAST participated in the first New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium. The New Era Pinstripe Bowl pits the fourth overall selection from the BIG EAST against a team from the Big 12 Conference. In the event that the Big 12 is unable to supply a team for the game, Notre Dame could step in as the opponent of the BIG EAST’s representative. The BIG EAST completed its bowl lineup by renewing deals with the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Ala., and the Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl in St. Petersburg, Fla. The conference also announced a new agreement with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tenn. The BIG EAST will send teams to two of those three games in each of the 2010-13 seasons. The BBVA Compass Bowl pairs a BIG EAST team against an opponent from the Southeastern Conference at Legion Field in Birmingham. If a BIG EAST team is chosen for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, the conference’s representative would face either the Conference USA champion or an opponent from the Southeastern Conference. The Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl will be played for the fifth time in 2012. The BIG EAST representative will face a Conference USA opponent at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.

Russell Athletic Bowl

Florida Citrus Bowl • Orlando, Fla. Dec. 28, 2012 • ESPN/ESPN2

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Belk Bowl

Bank of America Stadium • Charlotte, N.C. Dec. 27, 2012 • ESPN

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New Era Pinstripe Bowl

Yankee Stadium • Bronx, N.Y. Dec. 29, 2012 • ESPN

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BBVA Compass Bowl

Legion Field • Birmingham, Ala. Jan. 5, 2013 • ESPN

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AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium • Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 31, 2012 • ESPN

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Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl

Tropicana Field • St. Petersburg, Fla. Dec. 21, 2012 • ESPN Rutgers quarterback Gary Nova celebrates the Scarlet Knights’ win against Iowa State in the 2011 New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium

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NATIONAL BOWL DIRECTORY 

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Bowl Game Gildan New Mexico Bowl newmexicobowl.com Famous Idaho Potato Bowl idahopotatobowl.com San Diego Co. Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl poinsettiabowl.net Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg stpetersburgbowl.com R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl neworleansbowl.com Maaco Bowl Las Vegas lvbowl.com Sheraton Hawaii Bowl sheratonhawaiibowl.com Little Caesars Pizza Bowl littlecaesarspizzabowl.com Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman militarybowl.org Belk Bowl belkbowl.com Bridgeport Education Holiday Bowl holidaybowl.com Russell Athletic Bowl fcsports.com Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas meinekecarcarebowloftexas.org Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl armedforcesbowl.com New Era Pinstripe Bowl newerapinstripebowl.com Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl kraftbowl.com Valero Alamo Bowl valeroalamobowl.com Valley of the Sun Bowl fiestabowl.com Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl musiccitybowl.com Hyundai Sun Bowl sunbowl.org AutoZone Liberty Bowl autozonelibertybowl.org Chick-Fil-A Bowl chick-fil-abowl.com Ticket City Bowl ticketcitybowl.com TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl gatorbowl.com Outback Bowl outbackbowl.com Capital One Bowl fcsports.com Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO tournamentofroses.com Discover Orange Bowl orangebowl.org Allstate Sugar Bowl allstatesugarbowl.com Tostitos Fiesta Bowl fiestabowl.org AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic attcottonbowl.com BBVA Compass Bowl bbvacompassbowl.com GoDaddy.com Bowl godaddybowl.com Discover BCS Championship Game bcsfootball.org

Conference Matchup Mountain West vs. Pac-12 Mid-American vs. Western Athletic Mountain West vs. BYU BIG EAST vs. Conference USA Conference USA vs. Sun Belt Mountain West vs. Pac-12 Conference USA vs. Mountain West Big Ten vs. Mid-American Atlantic Coast vs. Army Atlantic Coast vs. BIG EAST Big 12 vs. Pac-12 Atlantic Coast vs. BIG EAST Big Ten vs. Big 12 Conference USA vs. Mountain West Big 12 vs. BIG EAST Pac-12 vs. Navy Big 12 vs. Pac-12 Big Ten vs. Big 12 Atlantic Coast vs. Southeastern Atlantic Coast vs. Pac-12 Southeastern/BIG EAST vs. Conference USA/BIG EAST Atlantic Coast vs. Southeastern Big Ten vs. Conference USA Big Ten vs. Southeastern Big Ten vs. Southeastern Big Ten vs. Southeastern BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS Big 12 vs. Southeastern BIG EAST vs. Southeastern Mid-American vs. Sun Belt BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2

Site Albuquerque, N.M. University Stadium Boise, Idaho Bronco Stadium San Diego, Calif. Qualcomm Stadium St. Petersburg, Fla. Tropicana Field New Orleans, La. Mercedez-Benz Superdome Las Vegas, Nev. Sam Boyd Stadium Honolulu, Hawaii Aloha Stadium Detroit, Mich. Ford Field Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium Charlotte, N.C. Bank of America Stadium San Diego, Calif. Qualcomm Stadium Orlando, Fla. Florida Citrus Bowl Houston, Texas Reliant Stadium Dallas, Texas Gerald J. Ford Stadium Bronx, N.Y. Yankee Stadium San Francisco, Calif. AT&T Park San Antonio, Texas Alamodome Tempe, Ariz. Sun Devil Stadium Nashville, Tenn. LP Field El Paso, Texas Sun Bowl Memphis, Tenn. Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Atlanta, Ga. Georgia Dome Dallas, Texas Cotton Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Tampa, Fla. Raymond James Stadium Orlando, Fla. Florida Citrus Bowl Pasadena, Calif. Rose Bowl Miami Gardens, Fla. Sun Life Stadium New Orleans, La. Mercedez-Benz Superdome Glendale, Ariz. University of Phoenix Stadium Arlington, Texas Dallas Cowboys Stadium Birmingham, Ala. Legion Field Mobile, Ala. Ladd-Peeples Stadium Miami Gardens, Fla. Sun Life Stadium

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BIG EAST NOTEBOOK 

Stretch Run Under the alignment that was in place from 2005-11, the BIG EAST was a combined 215-93 in nonleague games (.694). BIG EAST Nonconference Record Includes Bowl Games Year Won Lost Tied Pct. 1991 33 21 0 .611 1992 27 21 2 .560 1993 23 12 1 .653 1994 22 15 0 .595 1995 15 20 0 .429 1996 20 17 0 .541 1997 13 24 0 .351 1998 19 17 0 .528 1999 19 18 0 .514 2000 28 9 0 .757 2001 26 12 0 .684 2002 30 16 0 .652 2003 27 18 0 .600 2004 23 16 0 .590 2005 20 16 0 .556 2006 37 8 0 .822 2007 32 13 0 .711 2008 33 14 0 .702 2009 36 10 0 .783 2010 28 18 0 .609 2011 29 16 0 .644 Total 540 331 3 .620 2005- 215 93 0 .694

We’re All In The BIG EAST is the only Division I conference that has seen each of its current members play in at least one bowl game in the past two seasons. The BIG EAST is also the only league in which each team has at least one bowl win in the last four years. When It Counts The BIG EAST has the best postseason record of any Bowl Subdivision conference during the Bowl Championship Series era. Bowl Records (1998-2011) Conference W L Pct. BIG EAST 43 27 .614 Mountain West 31 20 .608 SEC 67 47 .588 Big 12 54 52 .509 Pac-12 37 41 .474 ACC 45 53 .459 Big Ten 45 54 .455 MAC 19 23 .452 Sun Belt 8 11 .421 Conference USA 29 40 .420 WAC 21 29 .420 Paper Or Plastic The BIG EAST had three teams among the top four nationally in sacks in 2011. Cincinnati was second in the nation (3.46 per game), while Pittsburgh was third (3.31) and USF fourth (3.25).

Bowling Trophies The BIG EAST has gone 23-11 in bowl games in the past five seasons. Year-By-Year Bowl Records (2006-11) Year W L Pct. 2006 5 0 1.000 2007 3 2 .600 2008 4 2 .667 2009 4 2 .667 2010 4 2 .667 2011 3 2 .600 On The National Stage BIG EAST representatives have won four of their last seven Bowl Championship Series games. Logjam Cincinnati, Louisville and West Virginia finished in a three-way tie for the BIG EAST Championship in 2011, marking the second straight year in which three teams tied for the conference title. Connecticut, Pittsburgh and West Virginia shared the championship in 2010. What Do They Know? Louisville, which was picked seventh in the BIG EAST preseason media poll, became the lowest preseason selection to win a share of the conference title. Connecticut (in 2007) and Cincinnati (2008) both won BIG EAST titles after being picked fifth in the respective preseason polls.

Where We Stand Since 2006, the BIG EAST ranks third among FBS conferences in nonconference winning percentage. Nonconference Records (2006-11) Conference W L Pct. SEC 275 63 .814 Big 12 233 83 .737 BIG EAST 195 79 .712 Big Ten 218 97 .692 Pac-12 140 84 .625 ACC 208 129 .617 Mountain West 140 109 .562 WAC 119 139 .461 Conference USA 129 194 .399 MAC 111 226 .329 Sun Belt 56 177 .240 Once In A Lifetime Every BIG EAST team finished with at least five wins in 2011. The only other time that an existing Bowl Subdivision conference had each member finish with at least five wins was in 1904 and 1905, when the Big Nine (now the Big Ten) had all of its members with at least five victories. No Layups Here The BIG EAST is the only Bowl Subdivision conference in which each member won at least four games in 2011. In fact, the BIG EAST is the only FBS conference that did not have a team with three wins or fewer.

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Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater helped Louisville to a share of the BIG EAST title in 2011

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BIG EAST NOTEBOOK 

The BIG EAST is Doing Big Things

Players To Watch In 2012

The BIG EAST has been a leader in major college football since the formation of the football conference in 1991. The league has produced two national championship teams and three national runners-up.

Keep an eye on these BIG EAST players, who could challenge for all-America honors in 2012.

BIG EAST teams have gone 7-7 all-time in Bowl Championship Series games since the formation of the BCS in 1999. The BIG EAST is one of just five conferences (along with the Mountain West, SEC, WAC and Pac-12) with at least a .500 record in BCS games. In the BCS era, the BIG EAST has the best overall bowl record of any Bowl Subdivision conference. The BIG EAST is 43-27 (.614) in bowl games since the 1998-99 season. A BIG EAST team has finished among the top eight in the final Associated Press poll four times in the past seven years. All eight of the BIG EAST’s 2012 members have played in at least one bowl game in the past two years. The BIG EAST is the only league in the nation in which every member has reached the postseason in the past two seasons. Since 2006, the BIG EAST has had two teams (Louisville, Cincinnati) finish the season with at least 12 wins. In the 2013 season, the BIG EAST will include teams that have produced eight 12-win seasons since 2006 (five by Boise State, one each by Cincinnati, Louisville and Houston). When the BIG EAST last reconfigured, for the 2005 season, the three incoming members were able to reach unprecedented heights. Cincinnati, Louisville and USF have all achieved rankings in the top three of the BCS standings since joining the BIG EAST. The BIG EAST’s incoming members bring a combination of proven achievement and unlimited potential. Boise State has won two BCS bowl games since 2007 and has finished in the top 12 in the final BCS standings six times since 2004. UCF finished No. 25 in the final 2010 BCS standings, has the second-largest undergraduate enrollment in the country and is located in the nation’s No. 19 media market. Houston won 13 games last season, was ranked No. 19 in the final BCS standings and is situated in the nation’s 10th-largest media market. Memphis played in five bowl games in six years between 2003 and 2008 and is located in a top-50 media market. Navy, which will join the BIG EAST in 2015, played in a bowl game in eight consecutive years from 2003-10. San Diego State has played in back-to-back bowl games, is located in a rich recruiting area, plays in an NFL stadium and is part of the 28th-ranked media market. SMU has played in a bowl game in each of the past three seasons, is located in the nation’s No. 5 media market and is enjoying a football resurgence.

Drew Frey, Sr., SS, Cincinnati All-BIG EAST First Team in 2011; Had 73 tackles, two interceptions and eight pass breakups as a junior. Anthony McClung, Jr., WR, Cincinnati Had team highs with 49 catches, 683 receiving yards and six touchdown catches in 2011. Lyle McCombs, So., RB, Connecticut BIG EAST Rookie of the Year, All-BIG EAST Second Team and FWAA Freshman All-America selections in 2011 after rushing for 1,151 yards and seven TDs. Ryan Griffin, Sr., TE, Connecticut The top returning tight end in the BIG EAST. Earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors last year with 33 catches for 499 yards and three TDs. Adrian Bushell, Sr., CB, Louisville A big-play corner who was an All-BIG EAST First Team choice in 2011. Had four pass breakups, a forced fumble and blocked two kicks last year.

Ryan Griffin, Connecticut

Hakeem Smith, Jr., SS, Louisville Earned All-BIG EAST First Team honors last year after earning Second Team and Rookieof-the-Year plaudits in 2010. Ray Graham, Sr., RB, Pittsburgh Earned All-BIG EAST First Team honors despite missing five games with a knee injury. Rushed for 958 yards and nine TDs and was ranked second nationally in rushing before the injury. Jarred Holley, Sr., FS, Pittsburgh Two-time All-BIG EAST selection, including a First Team choice last season. Khaseem Greene, Sr., LB, Rutgers Shared BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2011 after leading the league in tackles (140).

Khaseem Greene, Rutgers

Duron Harmon, Sr., FS, Rutgers Earned All-BIG EAST First Team honors. Led the conference with five interceptions. B.J. Daniels, Sr., QB, USF Enters his fourth year as the Bulls’ starter and is on pace to break the BIG EAST’s career total offense record. Ryne Giddins, Jr., DE, USF All-BIG EAST Second Team selection who registered 5.5 sacks and 11 tackles for loss in his first year as a starter. Justin Pugh, Jr., OT, Syracuse Enjoyed a breakout 2011 season, capped by All-BIG EAST First Team honors. . Montel Harris, Sr., RB, Temple Transfer from Boston College. Is the NCAA active rushing leader among Bowl Subdivision players (3,735 yards).

Temple has averaged nearly nine wins in the past three years, is in a top-five media market, plays in an NFL stadium and has reached the postseason in two of the last three years.

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OFFICIATING PERFORMANCE 

The BIG EAST Officiating Performance Standards are a foundation upon which evaluations for officials, including instant replay, are based. As part of this comprehensive program, the overall evaluation system has three main functions — in order of importance — training, preparation and performance review. In addition to an expectation of a high level of accuracy, there are two general areas in which all officials must perform. They must function effectively within a crew and they must function effectively as an individual. Expectations in both areas are clearly defined in these standards by identifying the core performance criteria within each category. Crew Standards On-Field Crew Officiating 1. Game Flow and Control • Crew members work together to ensure their game performance does not interrupt game flow • Crew members work together to help control game 2. Teamwork • Crew members share responsibility for game officiating • When appropriate, the crew works together in conferences involving rule application and/or enforcement Off-Field Crew Work 1. Game Readiness • Crew prepares to correctly officiate the distinguishing characteristics of each game • Crew prepares to work as a team to manage any game situation 2. Performance Assessment • Crew conducts useful development-focused discussions about game performance 3. Game Production • Crew establishes confidence and uses preventative officiating to facilitate game flow • Crew ensures that game timing and TV requirements are met • Crew sets expectations with stadium staff to ensure efficient operations • Crew ensures equipment is functioning properly • Crew performs all administrative tasks accurately and in a timely manner Specific areas of responsibility for the Referee as the crew chief that are expected in the area of OffField Crew Work. 4. Team Building • Fosters an environment of camaraderie and a shared vision • Serves as a trusted liaison between the Crew and the League supervisory staff 5. Meeting and Discussion Facilitation • Ensures effective facilitation of pre-game meetings • Ensures effective facilitation of post-game discussions

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Individual Standards Accuracy and Consistency 1. Officiating Accuracy • Makes accurate calls and no-calls • Correctly enforces penalties 2. Officiating Consistency • Makes consistent calls and no-calls from gameto-game, team-to-team, play-to-play and playerto-player Field Presence 1. Decisiveness • Makes straightforward or easy-to-make calls or replay decisions quickly, firmly and unmistakably • Takes necessary time before making a difficult call or a call on an obstructed play 2. Professionalism • Respects coaches, players, media, stadium personnel, crew, etc. • Interacts with coaches, players, media, stadium personnel, etc., in a confident, appropriate, and deliberate manner • Makes precise signals when communicating • Uses whistles and flags effectively 3. Game Oversight • Displays an awareness of game status and changes, whether or not primary responsibility • Performs preventative officiating to facilitate game flow There are two additional components to Field Presence for Referees. 4. Game and Replay Facilitation • Provides steady, efficient pace during game • Correctly administers replay challenge 5. Call Announcements • Effectively communicates call announcements Fitness and Appearance 1. Fitness • Passes annual physical examination based on BIG EAST requirements • Maintains necessary physical fitness to perform officiating duties and be in proper position throughout game • Submits required physical evaluation forms from personal physician indicating he can safely meet the physical demands of officiating • Notifies Conference office of any illness, injury or other factor that may prevent full execution of duties 2. Appearance • Maintains an athletic appearance • Wears a clean, neat, and properly fitted uniform • Presents himself in appropriate attire when representing Conference at various functions, during travel to and from events, and during pre and post game responsibilities

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Rules and Mechanics Knowledge 1. Knowledge of the Rules and Philosophy • Thoroughly understands and can correctly apply NCAA rules relevant to position • Understands and can competently apply complete NCAA rules and BIG EAST philosophy • Scores at least 80% on the annual Proctored Rules or Replay Exam 2. Knowledge of Officiating Mechanics and Procedures • Performs pre-snap position mechanics confidently, precisely and consistently • Follows play mechanics (after the snap) deliberately, fluidly and consistently • Can execute correct mechanics when Crew is short members Personal Qualities 1. Leadership • Referees work tirelessly to get the absolute best performance from each individual and his crew as a whole • Veteran officials work closely with the referee to assist him both on and off the field in the development of the crew and less experienced crewmates. • Meets or exceeds most performance standards and works to improve performance in areas where standards are not being met • Works to make Crew members better by sharing experience and wisdom 2. Strives for Improvement • Demonstrates objectivity when assessing or discussing own performance and areas for improvement • Works to improve performance and competence • Comes prepared for the BIG EAST officiating clinic as well as all position and crew meetings/conversations • Demonstrates professional growth throughout the season and from season to season 3. Character • Maintains BIG EAST image and integrity guidelines


INSTANT REPLAY 

THE OBJECTIVE The Big East’s instant replay system is a process whereby video review is used to confirm, reverse or let stand certain on-field decisions made by game officials, and is designed to allow for specific types of officiating calls to be immediately reviewed and corrected during all Conference and nonconference home games. THE STANDARD The instant replay process operates under the fundamental assumption that the ruling on the field is correct. The replay official may reverse a ruling if, and only if, the video evidence convinces him beyond all doubt that the ruling was incorrect. Without such indisputable video evidence, the replay official must allow the ruling to stand. The replay system will not guarantee that all officiating mistakes are corrected. THE SOURCE During televised games, all reviewable video will come directly from the television network broadcasting the game (ABC Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, ERT, etc.). In non-televised games, all reviewable video will come directly from four in-house video cameras. The review process will never use both television and inhouse cameras in any one game. The BIG EAST has upgraded its replay system to include high-definition monitors. the process The BIG EAST Conference instant replay system is not the NFL model. A review can be triggered by the replay official in the press box, or the head coach on the field. The replay officials will have available to them the video coming directly from the television network broadcasting the game or from four in-house video cameras. The DVSport Digital Replay software will be used for all reviews. Unlike the NFL, there is no limit to the number of plays that can be reviewed by the replay official. Coaches are limited to one challenge per game. If a coach’s challenge is successful, he may use another challenge during the game. After a review has been completed, if the on-field ruling is reversed, that team’s timeout will not be charged. Beginning in 2011, each coaching staff will have access to the live game feed in its respective coaching booth in order to provide information to the head coach as to whether a play should be challenged. 2011 BIG EAST CONFERENCE INSTANT REPLAY TOTALS Games Using Replay: Game Interruptions for Replay: Coaches’ Challenges: Coaches’ Challenges Reversed: Replays per Game: Calls Overturned: Average Time of Review:

56 115 14 3 1.85 34 1:19

THE PLAYS The following plays are subject to review under Big East instant replay: Scoring Plays ARTICLE 1. Reviewable plays involving a potential score include: a. Live ball breaking the plane of a goal line while in a ball carrier’s possession. b. Live ball ruled dead in possession of a runner when in the immediate continuing action the ball breaks the plane of the opponent’s goal line. c. Field goal attempts if and only if the ball is ruled (a) below or above the crossbar or (b) inside or outside the uprights when it is lower than the top of the uprights. If the ball is higher than the top of the uprights as it crosses the end line, the play may not be reviewed. Passes ARTICLE 2. Reviewable plays involving passes include: a. Pass ruled complete, incomplete or intercepted anywhere in the field or play or an end zone. b. Forward pass touched by a player or an official. c. Forward pass or forward handing when a ball carrier is or has been beyond the neutral zone. d. A forward pass or forward handing after a change of team possession e.  Pass ruled forward or backward when thrown from behind the neutral zone. 1. If the pass is ruled forward and is incomplete, the play is reviewable only if there is clear recovery of a loose ball in the immediate continuing action after the loose ball. If the replay official does not have indisputable video evidence as to which team recovers, the ruling of incomplete pass stands. 2.  If the replay official reverses an incomplete forward pass ruling and the ball is recovered, it belongs to the recovering team at the spot of the recovery and any advance is nullified. Dead Ball and Loose Ball ARTICLE 3. Reviewable plays involving potential dead balls and loose balls include: a. Loose ball by a potential passer ruled a fumble. b. Loose ball by a passer ruled incomplete forward pass when there is clear recovery in the immediate continuing action after the loose ball. 1. If the replay official does not have indisputable video evidence as to which team recovers, the ruling of incomplete pass stands. 2.  If the replay official rules fumble, the ball belongs to the recovering team at the spot of the recovery and any advance is nullified. c. Live ball not ruled dead in possession of a ball carrier. d. Loose ball ruled dead or live ball ruled dead in possession of a ball carrier when the clear recovery of a loose ball occurs in the immediate continuing action. 1. If the ball is ruled dead and the replay official does not have indisputable video evidence as to which team recovers, the dead-ball ruling stands. 2. If the replay official rules that the ball was not dead, it belongs to the recovering team at the spot of the recovery and any advance is nullified.

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e. Ball carrier’s forward progress with respect to a first down. f. Catch or recovery of a fumble by a Team A player other than the fumbler before any change of possession during fourth down or a try. g. Ball carrier in or out of bounds. If a ball carrier is ruled out of bounds, the play is not reviewable, except as in Rules 12-3-1-a and 12-3-3-d. h. Catch or recovery of a loose ball by a player potentially touching a sideline or end line. i. A loose ball touching on or beyond a sideline, goal line, or end line, touching a pylon, or breaking the plane of a goal line. Kicks ARTICLE 4. Reviewable plays involving kicks include: a. Touching of a kick. b. Player beyond the neutral zone when kicking the ball. c. Kicking team player advancing a ball after a potential muffed kick/fumble by the receiving team. d. Scrimmage kick crossing the neutral zone. Miscellaneous ARTICLE 5. a. The number of players on the field by either team during a live ball. b. Clock adjustment when a ruling is reviewed. c. Clock adjustment at the end of either half. If, at the end of the half, the game clock expires, either during a down in which it should be stopped by rule when the ball becomes dead or following the down upon a request for an available team timeout, the replay official may restore time only under these conditions: 1. The replay official has indisputable video evidence that time should have remained on the game clock when the ball became dead or when the team timeout was granted; 2. The team in possession when the ball became dead would next put the ball in play from scrimmage; 3. In the fourth quarter only, either the score is tied or the team that will next snap the ball is behind by eight points or fewer; and 4.  The replay official’s video evidence includes the timeout signal by an official in the case where the game clock should have stopped for a requested team timeout. d. Correcting the number of a down. 1. This includes the result of a penalty enforcement that includes an automatic first down or loss of down. 2. The correction may be made at any time within that series of downs or before the ball is legally put in play following that series. e. Any person who is not a player interfering with live-ball action occurring in the field of play (Rule 9-2-3). Limitations on Reviewable Plays ARTICLE 6. No other plays or officiating decisions are reviewable. However, the replay official may correct egregious errors, including those involving the game clock, whether or not a play is reviewable. This excludes fouls that are not specifically reviewable (Reviewable fouls: Rules 12-3-2-c and d and 12-3-4-b and 12-3-5-a).

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THE BIG EAST ON TELEVISION 

College football fans can enjoy another exciting season of BIG EAST football on television in 2012. The BIG EAST has an exclusive agreement with ESPN Inc. that continues to give the conference extensive television exposure. In addition to contracted games on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN Regional Television, BIG EAST teams will appear on NBC and the CBS Sports Network in selected road nonconference games. The 2012 season is the fifth year of a six-year arrangement with ESPN that gives the BIG EAST significant exposure on the ESPN family of networks. ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU will carry a minimum of 24 BIG EAST home games each season. The BIG EAST Network Game of the Week, produced by ESPN Regional Television, remains one of the largest regional college football networks in the nation. The BIG EAST Network Game of the Week is available to more than 44 million homes across the United States (nearly 40 percent of the national television households). The BIG EAST Network Game of the Week has television affiliates available in more than 30 different states. In addition, nearly all games broadcast by ERT are offered as part of the ESPN GamePlan subscription service and ESPN3. ESPN Regional Television is the largest syndicator of college sports programming in the United States. Sportsnet New York (SNY) carries more than 1,000 hours of BIG EAST programming a year, with more than 20 football games, including the Saturday afternoon Game of the Week. SNY also will air weekly BIG EAST coaches’ shows and will include live pregame and postgame coverage of select BIG EAST games. SNY reaches more than 13 million homes and is available nationally on DirecTV. ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network, giving fans an online destination that delivers more than 4,000 live events annually, including more than 1,500 college sports events. It is available at no cost to 73 million homes with a high-speed Internet connection from an affiliated provider, as well as to approximately 21 million U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel. It is also accessible through ESPN on Xbox LIVE and on smartphones and tablets through the WatchESPN app through an affiliated provider. Currently, ESPN and ESPN2 both reach 100 million households across the nation. ESPNU’s reach has expanded to 72 million households.

THE NATIONAL SCENE

The BIG EAST will have an extensive schedule of games on national television. The following telecasts were known at press time. Other games will be added via the 12-day and 6-day advance selection process.

ABC

Sat., Sept. 8 Sat., Sept. 15

ESPN

Sun., Sept. 2 Thu., Sept. 6 Thu., Sept. 13 Fri., Oct. 5 Fri., Oct. 19 Fri., Oct. 26 Thu., Nov. 29

ESPN2

Sat., Sept. 1 Fri., Oct. 26 Fri., Nov. 9

Southern California at Syracuse North Carolina at Louisville

3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

Kentucky at Louisville PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI RUTGERS at USF PITTSBURGH at SYRACUSE CONNECTICUT at SYRACUSE CINCINNATI at LOUISVILLE + LOUISVILLE at RUTGERS

3:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Northwestern at Syracuse CINCINNATI at LOUISVILLE + PITTSBURGH at CONNECTICUT

ABC, ESPN or ESPN2

Sat., Sept. 29 Fri., Nov. 23 Sat., Dec. 1

Florida State at USF USF at CINCINNATI SYRACUSE at TEMPLE CINCINNATI at CONNECTICUT PITTSBURGH at USF

ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU Sat., Sept. 15

ESPNU

Sat., Sept. 8 Sat., Sept. 15 Sat., Oct. 20

ESPN3

Fri., Aug. 31 Sat., Sept. 1 Sat., Sept. 15 Sat., Sept. 22

NBC

Sat., Nov. 3

Big Ten Network Sat., Sept. 22

CBS SN

Sat., Sept. 1 Sat., Sept. 8 Sat., Sept. 29 Sat., Nov. 17

Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh

Maryland at Temple Louisville at Florida International * Cincinnati at Toledo *

Noon 8 p.m. 8 p.m.

TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Noon

Noon 7 p.m. TBD

Villanova at Temple Youngstown State at Pittsburgh Chattanooga at USF Delaware State at Cincinnati Connecticut at Western Michigan Gardner-Webb at Pittsburgh

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Notre Dame

3:30 p.m.

Syracuse at Minnesota

Rutgers at Tulane USF at Nevada Louisville at Soutern Mississippi Temple at Army

8 p.m.

8 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8 p.m. Noon

* Game will air either on ESPNU or ESPN3 + Game will air either on ESPN or ESPN2 All times Eastern and subject to change. Other games to be determined via 12-day and 6-day advance selection process. Visit BigEast.org during the 2012 season to obtain the latest TV schedules and selections. BIG EAST Games in CAPS.

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BIG EAST Network Game of the Week

The 2012 season will feature 10 editions of the BIG EAST Network Game of the Week, including nine consecutive Saturdays at noon beginning Sept. 29. The following dates and games were scheduled at press time. Many picks will be made later in the season as 12-day selections are made (schedule subject to change; BIG EAST games in CAPS). Sat., Sept. 8 Sat., Sept. 29 Sat., Oct. 6 Sat., Oct. 13 Sat., Oct. 20 Sat., Oct. 27 Sat., Nov. 3 Sat., Nov. 10 Sat., Nov. 17 Sat., Nov. 24

North Carolina State at Connecticut Buffalo at Connecticut CONNECTICUT at RUTGERS or USF at TEMPLE TEMPLE at CONNECTICUT or LOUISVILLE at PITTSBURGH or SYRACUSE at RUTGERS USF at LOUISVILLE or RUTGERS at TEMPLE TEMPLE at PITTSBURGH or SYRACUSE at USF SYRACUSE at CINCINNATI or CONNECTICUT at USF or TEMPLE at LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI at TEMPLE or LOUISVILLE at SYRACUSE RUTGERS at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE or RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH

BIG EAST Network Local Telecasts

In addition to its extensive national television coverage, the BIG EAST also maintains a strong presence in local markets with a number of games slated for broadcast as of press time. Many picks will be made later in the season (schedule subject to change).

Date Thu., Aug. 30 Sat., Sept. 8 Sat., Sept. 15 Sat., Sept. 22 Sat., Oct. 6 Sat., Oct. 20 Sat., Oct. 27

Time Game 7:30 p.m. Massachusetts at Connecticut 3:30 p.m. Missouri State at Louisville 3:30 p.m. Howard at Rutgers 12:30 p.m. Connecticut at Maryland 4 p.m. Stony Brook at Syracuse 4:30 p.m. USF at Ball State 7 p.m. Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati 3:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Buffalo 3:30 p.m. Kent State at Rutgers

Local Affiliates SNY WHAS (Louisville) SNY SNY (via ACC Network) Time Warner, SNY Bright House Sports Network FSN Ohio WTAE, SNY SNY

BIG EAST/IMG Sports National Radio Game of the Week

The BIG EAST Conference, in conjunction with IMG Sports, once again will broadcast a national radio game of the week package. John Rooke and Peter Brock return to the broadcast booth to call the action. Sun., Sept. 2 Thu., Sept. 6 Fri., Oct. 19 Fri., Oct. 26 Fri., Nov. 9 Fri., Nov. 23 Thu., Nov. 29

Kentucky at Louisville PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at SYRACUSE CINCINNATI at LOUISVILLE PITTSBURGH at CONNECTICUT USF at CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE at RUTGERS

3:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. TBD 7:30 p.m.

BIG EAST Network Station Lineup

Visit BigEast.org for the latest station lineup for the ESPN Regional/BIG EAST Game of the Week. The syndication network clearance report is listed by DMA Market. Additional channels will be added throughout the season (stations may not carry all games every week – check local listings or the BIG EAST website for schedule). Rank Market 1 New York (N.Y.) 4 Philadelphia (Pa.) 5 Dallas (Texas) 8 Washington (D.C.) 14 Tampa (Fla.) 16 Miami (Fla.) 19 Orlando (Fla.) 23 Pittsburgh (Pa.) 27 Baltimore (Md.) 30 Hartford (Conn.) 32 Columbus (Ohio) 34 Milwaukee (Wis.) 35 Cincinnati (Ohio) 41 Harrisburg (Pa.) 48 Louisville (Ky.) 50 Jacksonville (Fla.) 51 Buffalo (N.Y.) 52 New Orleans (La.) 53 Providence (R.I.) 54 Wilkes Barre (Pa.) 58 Albany (N.Y.) 63 Dayton (Ohio) 64 Lexington (Ky.) 69 Green Bay (Wis.) 74 Toledo (Ohio) 79 Rochester (N.Y.) 84 Syracuse (N.Y.) 85 Madison (Wis.) 102 Johnstown (Pa.) 110 Youngstown (Ohio) 115 Lansing (Mich.) 128 La Crosse (Wis.) 134 Rockford (Ill.) 157 Binghamton (N.Y.) 164 Abilene (Texas) 172 Utica (N.Y.) 174 Elmira (N.Y.) 177 Watertown (N.Y.) 197 San Angelo (Texas)

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Station(s) SNY WPVI, WPVI-DT2 KTXD MASN WFTS, Bright House WBFS Bright House WTAE, WTAE-DT2 MASN SNY WWHO Time Warner WKRC, EKRC WLYH WHAS WAWS-DT2 Time Warner Cox Cox WOLF, WQMY, WSWB Time Warner WBDT WTVQ, WTVQ-DT Time Warner WTVG-DT2 Time Warner Time Warner WMSN WHVL WYTV-DT2 WHTV KQEG WTVO, WTVO-DT2 Time Warner KTXS, KTES Time Warner Time Warner Time Warner KTXE

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ARKANSAS

CHATTANOOGA

FORDHAM

Conference:.......................................... Southeastern Stadium:........................Razorback Stadium (72,000) Head Coach:......................................... John L. Smith Arkansas Record:............................0-0 (first year) Overall Record:..........................132-86 (18 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 8/6 Media Relations Contact:...................... Zach Higbee E-Mail:.................................... zhigbee@uark.edu Phone:.......................................... (479) 575-5786 Website:............................ ArkansasRazorbacks.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................11-2 2011 Conference Record:.......... 6-2 (3rd, SEC West)

Conference:................................................. Southern Stadium:...............................Finley Stadium (20,668) Head Coach:....................................... Russ Huesman Chattanooga Record:.............17-16 (three years) Overall Record:.......................17-16 (three years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):.......................... 17/8 Media Relations Contact:.................... Jay Blackman E-Mail:............................. Jay-Blackman@utc.edu Phone:.......................................... (423) 425-5292 Website:................................................GoMocs.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................5-6 2011 Conference Record:........................... 3-5 (6th)

Conference:........................................ Patriot League Stadium:..............................Jack Coffey Field (7,000) Head Coach:....................................... Joe Moorhead Fordham Record:............................0-0 (first year) Career Record:................................0-0 (first year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 7/8 Media Relations Contact:..........................Joe DiBari E-Mail:................................. dibari@fordham.edu Phone:.......................................... (718) 817-4240 Website:.................................... FordhamSports.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................1-10 2011 Conference Record:................................... N/A

ARMY

DELAWARE STATE

GARDNER-WEBB

Conference:........................................... Independent Stadium:............................. Michie Stadium (38,000) Head Coach:.......................................... Rich Ellerson Army Record:..........................15-22 (three years) Career Record:.............................75-63 (12 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/8 Media Relations Contact:...................... Bob Beretta E-Mail:........................ robert.beretta@usma.edu Phone:.......................................... (845) 938-6416 Website:..................................... GoArmySports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................3-9 2011 Conference Record:................................... N/A

Conference:...............................Mid-Eastern Athletic Stadium:...............................Alumni Stadium (7,000) Head Coach:........................................ Kermit Blount Delaware State Record:................. 3-8 (one year) Overall Record:........................ 94-95-3 (17 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):.......................... 7/10 Media Relations Contact:.....................Dennis Jones E-Mail:......................................djones@desu.edu Phone:.......................................... (302) 857-6068 Website:......................................... DSUHornets.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................3-8 2011 Conference Record:........................... 1-7 (9th)

Conference:................................................ Big South Stadium:............................ Spangler Stadium (9,000) Head Coach:..................................Ron Dickerson, Jr. Gardner-Webb Record:.................. 4-7 (one year) Career Record:................................ 4-7 (one year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/2 Media Relations Contact:........................ Marc Rabb E-Mail:.......................mrabb@gardner-webb.edu Phone:.......................................... (704) 406-4355 Website:.......................................... GWUSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................4-7 2011 Conference Record:............................2-4 (5th)

BALL STATE

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

HOWARD

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:..................... Scheumann Stadium (22,500) Head Coach:........................................... Pete Lembo Ball State Record:........................... 6-6 (one year) Career Record:.............................85-42 (11 years) Starters Returning:............................................ 13/9 Media Relations Contact:.................. Joe Hernandez E-Mail:....................................jhernand@bsu.edu Phone:.......................................... (765) 730-4614 Website:.................................... BallStateSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................6-6 2011 Conference Record:.........4-4 (4th, MAC West)

Conference:.................................................. Sun Belt Stadium:...................................FIU Stadium (18,000) Head Coach:......................................Mario Cristobal Florida International Record:..24-38 (four years) Career Record:..........................24-38 (four years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):.......................... 17/7 Media Relations Contact:....................Joe Hornstein E-Mail:...................................... jhornste@fiu.edu Phone:.......................................... (305) 348-6666 Website:............................................. FIUSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................8-5 2011 Conference Record:............................5-3 (4th)

Conference:...............................Mid-Eastern Athletic Stadium:.............William H. Greene Stadium (7,086) Head Coach:........................................... Gary Harrell Howard Record:............................. 5-6 (one year) Career Record:................................ 5-6 (one year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 5/7 Media Relations Contact:..................Edward Hill, Jr. E-Mail:..................................... ehill@howard.edu Phone:.......................................... (202) 806-7184 Website:...................................... Howard-Bison.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................4-5 2011 Conference Record:............................3-3 (6th)

BUFFALO

FLORIDA STATE

KENT STATE

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:.....................................UB Stadium (29,013 Head Coach:.............................................. Jeff Quinn Buffalo Record:........................... 5-19 (two years) Career Record:..........................6-20 (three years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 7/8 Media Relations Contact:.......................... Jon Fuller E-Mail:................................. jfuller3@buffalo.edu Phone:.......................................... (716) 645-6762 Website:..........................................BuffaloBulls.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................2-10 2011 Conference Record:.......... 1-7 (5th, MAC East)

Conference:......................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium:................Doak Campbell Stadium (82,300) Head Coach:...........................................Jimbo Fisher Florida State Record:................. 19-4 (two years) Career Record:............................ 19-4 (two years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 8/9 Media Relations Contact:.................... Kerwin Lonzo E-Mail:.........................................klonzo@fsu.edu Phone:.......................................... (850) 644-1403 Website:............................................ Seminoles.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................9-4 2011 Conference Record:......5-3 (3rd, ACC Atlantic)

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:................................... Dix Stadium (20,500) Head Coach:......................................... Darrell Hazell Kent State Record:......................... 5-7 (one year) Career Record:................................ 5-7 (one year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 9/8 Media Relations Contact:................ Aaron Chimenti E-Mail:..................................achiment@kent.edu Phone:.......................................... (330) 672-8468 Website:...................................KentStateSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................5-7 2011 Conference Record:.......... 4-4 (3rd, MAC East)

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KENTUCKY

MIAMI (OHIO)

NEVADA

Conference:.......................................... Southeastern Stadium:.............. Commonwealth Stadium (67,942) Head Coach:..........................................Joker Phillips Kentucky Record:..................... 11-14 (two years) Career Record:.......................... 11-14 (two years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/5 Media Relations Contact:........................Tony Neely E-Mail:........................................ tneely@uky.edu Phone:.......................................... (859) 257-3838 Website:.......................................... UKAthletics.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................5-7 2011 Conference Record:............ 2-6 (4th, SEC East)

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:...................Fred C. Yager Stadium (24,286) Head Coach:....................................... Don Treadwell Miami (Ohio) Record:....................4-8 (first year) Career Record:................................4-8 (first year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 9/7 Media Relations Contact:....................Mike Pearson E-Mail:............................pearsomg@muohio.edu Phone:.......................................... (513) 529-4329 Website:...................................... MURedHawks.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................4-8 2011 Conference Record:.......... 3-5 (4th, MAC East)

Conference:.......................................Mountain West Stadium:............................Mackay Stadium (29,993) Head Coach:............................................... Chris Ault Nevada Record:................... 226-103-1 (28 years) Career Record:..................... 226-103-1 (28 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/7 Media Relations Contact:.....................Chad Hartley E-Mail:..................................... hartleyc@unr.edu Phone:.......................................... (775) 682-6982 Website:................................. NevadaWolfpack.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................7-6 2011 Conference Record:........................... 5-2 (2nd)

MARYLAND

MINNESOTA

NORTH CAROLINA

Conference:......................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium:.................................Byrd Stadium (51,500) Head Coach:.......................................... Randy Edsall Maryland Record:......................... 2-10 (one year) Career Record:.............................76-80 (13 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):.......................... 5/10 Media Relations Contact:................... Shawn Nestor E-Mail:.....................................snestor@umd.edu Phone:.......................................... (301) 314-7065 Website:.............................................. UMTerps.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................2-10 2011 Conference Record:......1-7 (6th, ACC Atlantic)

Conference:....................................................Big Ten Stadium:......................... TCF Bank Stadium (50,805) Head Coach:................................................. Jerry Kill Minnesota Record:......................... 3-9 (one year) Career Record:...........................130-82 (18 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 7/6 Media Relations Contact:.....................To be named E-Mail:..............................................To be named Phone:.......................................... (612) 626-0299 Website:...................................... GopherSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................3-9 2011 Conference Record:.2-6 (6th, Big Ten Legends)

Conference:......................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium:.............................. Kenan Stadium (63,000) Interim Head Coach:............................. Larry Fedora North Carolina Record:..................0-0 (first year) Career Record:..........................33-19 (four years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 8/5 Media Relations Contact:......................... Kevin Best E-Mail:...................................kevinbest@unc.edu Phone:.......................................... (919) 962-8916 Website:......................................... TarHeelBlue.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................7-6 2011 Conference Record:.......3-5 (4th, ACC Coastal)

MASSACHUSETTS

MISSOURI

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:..............McGuirk Alumni Stadium (17,000) Head Coach:......................................Charley Molnar Massachusetts Record...................0-0 (first year) Career Record:................................0-0 (first year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 5/9 Media Relations Contact:......................John Sinnett E-Mail:...................... jsinnett@admin.umass.edu Phone:.......................................... (413) 545-1744 Website:....................................UMassAthletics.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................5-6 2011 Conference Record:.....................................3-5

Conference:.......................................... Southeastern Stadium:........................ Memorial Stadium (71,004) Head Coach:............................................ Gary Pinkel Missouri Record..........................85-54 (11 years) Career Record:....................... 158-91-3 (21 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/7 Media Relations Contact:...................... Chad Moller E-Mail:.............................. mollerc@missouri.edu Phone:.......................................... (573) 268-3110 Website:............................................. MUTigers.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................8-5 2011 Conference Record:............................5-4 (5th)

Conference:......................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium:................... Carter-Finley Stadium (57,583) Head Coach:.......................................... Tom O’Brien North Carolina State Record...... 33-30 (six years) Career Record:...........................108-75 (15 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 7/7 Media Relations Contact:.............. Annabelle Myers E-Mail:..................... annabelle_myers@ncsu.edu Phone:.......................................... (919) 819-8302 Website:.................................................GoPack.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................8-5 2011 Conference Record:...... 4-4 (4th, ACC Atlantic)

MIAMI (FLA.)

MISSOURI STATE

NORTHWESTERN

Conference:......................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium:........................... Sun Life Stadium (76,916) Head Coach:............................................... Al Golden Miami (Fla.) Record:.......................6-6 (first year) Career Record:............................ 33-40 (six years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 4/6 Media Relations Contact:.....................To be named E-Mail:..............................................To be named Phone:..............................................To be named Website:...................................HurricaneSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................6-6 2011 Conference Record:.......3-5 (4th, ACC Coastal)

Conference:....................................... Missouri Valley Stadium:...................................Plaster Field (16,300) Head Coach:............................................. Terry Allen Missouri State Record:............... 25-41 (six years) Career Record:........................ 120-100 (19 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/9 Media Relations Contact:.................... Rick Kindhart E-Mail:................... rkindhart@missouristate.edu Phone:.......................................... (417) 836-4585 Website:..............................MissouriStateBears.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................2-9 2011 Conference Record:............................2-6 (7th)

Conference:....................................................Big Ten Stadium:......................................Ryan Field (47,130) Head Coach:.........................................Pat Fitzgerald Northwestern Record:............... 40-36 (six years) Career Record:............................ 40-36 (six years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 5/6 Media Relations Contact:......................... Julie Dunn E-Mail:..................julie-dunn@northwestern.edu Phone:.......................................... (847) 491-8800 Website:............................................. NUSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................6-7 2011 Conference Record:.3-5 (5th, Big Ten Legends)

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NOTRE DAME

STONY BROOK

VIRGINIA TECH

Conference:........................................... Independent Stadium:.................... Notre Dame Stadium (80,795) Head Coach:..............................................Brian Kelly Notre Dame Record:................ 16-10 (two years) Career Record:....................... 187-67-2 (21 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 8/6 Media Relations Contact:......................Brian Hardin E-Mail:..................................... bhardin2@nd.edu Phone:.......................................... (574) 631-9471 Website:..................................................... UND.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................8-5 2011 Conference Record:................................... N/A

Conference:................................................ Big South Stadium:............ Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium (8,300) Head Coach:.......................................... Chuck Priore Stony Brook Record:.................. 37-31 (six years) Career Record:.............................76-40 (29 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/7 Media Relations Contact:......................Adam Gutes E-Mail:................... adam.gutes@stonybrook.edu Phone:.......................................... (631) 632-7125 Website:......................................... GoSeawolves.org 2011 Overall Record:............................................9-4 2011 Conference Record:............................ 6-0 (1st)

Conference:......................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium:................................ Lane Stadium (65,632) Head Coach:........................................ Frank Beamer Virginia Tech Record:............ 209-97-2 (25 years) Career Record:..................... 251-120-4 (31 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 3/9 Media Relations Contact:....................... Dave Smith E-Mail:............................................. vtsid@vt.edu Phone:.......................................... (540) 231-6726 Website:......................................... HokieSports.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................11-3 2011 Conference Record:....... 7-1 (1st, ACC Coastal)

PENN STATE

TOLEDO

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Conference:....................................................Big Ten Stadium:...........................Beaver Stadium (106,572) Head Coach:.............................................Bill O’Brien Penn State Record:.........................0-0 (first year) Career Record:................................0-0 (first year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 5/4 Media Relations Contact:........................ Jeff Nelson E-Mail:............................................ jtn4@psu.edu Phone:.......................................... (814) 865-1757 Website:........................................GoPSUSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................9-4 2011 Conference Record:. 6-2 (1st, Big Ten Leaders)

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:..................................... Glass Bowl (26,248) Head Coach:.......................................Matt Campbell Toledo Record:...............................1-0 (first year) Career Record:................................1-0 (first year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 4/5 Media Relations Contact:..................... Paul Helgren E-Mail:....................... paul.helgren@utoledo.edu Phone:.......................................... (419) 530-4918 Website:............................................UTRockets.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................9-4 2011 Conference Record:......... 7-1 (1st, MAC West)

Conference:.........................................Mid-American Stadium:..............................Waldo Stadium (30,200) Head Coach:................................................ Bill Cubit Western Michigan Record:... 47-39 (seven years) Career Record:......................... 81-57-1 (11 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 7/8 Media Relations Contact:........................ Mat Kanan E-Mail:............................ mat.kanan@wmich.edu Phone:.......................................... (269) 387-4125 Website:...................................... WMUBroncos.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................7-6 2011 Conference Record:.........5-3 (3rd, MAC West)

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

TULANE

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

Conference:..................................................... Pac-12 Stadium:...Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (93,607) Head Coach:..............................................Lane Kiffin Southern California Record........ 18-7 (two years) Career Record:........................25-13 (three years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 9/8 Media Relations Contact:...................Tim Tessalone E-Mail:..................................... tessalon@usc.edu Phone:.......................................... (213) 740-8480 Website:.......................................... USCTrojans.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................10-2 2011 Conference Record:..... 7-2 (1st, Pac-12 South)

Conference:......................................Conference USA Stadium:..........Mercedez-Benz Superdome (72,000) Head Coach:............................... Curtis “CJ” Johnson Tulane Record................................0-0 (first year) Career Record:................................0-0 (first year) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 7/7 Media Relations Contact:................ Roger Dunaway E-Mail:..................................... roger@tulane.edu Phone:.......................................... (504) 862-8240 Website:...............................TulaneGreenWave.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................2-11 2011 Conference Record:........1-7 (6th C-USA West)

Conference:....................Missouri Valley Conference Stadium:......................Stambaugh Stadium (17,000) Head Coach:...........................................Eric Wolford Youngstown State Record......... 9-13 (two years) Career Record:............................ 9-13 (two years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):.......................... 11/8 Media Relations Contact:......................Trevor Parks E-Mail:.........................................tparks@ysu.edu Phone:.......................................... (330) 941-3192 Website:............................................ YSUSports.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................6-5 2011 Conference Record:.........................4-4 (T-4th)

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

VILLANOVA

Conference:......................................Conference USA Stadium:............. Carlisle-Faulkner Stadium (36,000) Head Coach:.......................................... Ellis Johnson Southern Mississippi Record:........0-0 (first year) Career Record:..........................17-28 (four years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):............................ 6/4 Media Relations Contact:......................Jack Duggan E-Mail:.............................. jack.duggan@usm.edu Phone:.......................................... (601) 266-4503 Website:.......................................SouthernMiss.com 2011 Overall Record:..........................................12-2 2011 Conference Record:.........6-2 (1st, C-USA East)

Conference:..................Colonial Athletic Association Stadium:......................... Villanova Stadium (12,500) Head Coach:............................................ Andy Talley Villanova Record:................ 188-107-1 (25 years) Career Record:..................... 216-125-2 (30 years) Starters Returning (Off./Def.):........................ 11/10 Media Relations Contact:...................Dean Kenefick E-Mail:................... dean.kenefick@villanova.edu Phone:.......................................... (610) 519-6514 Website:.............................................. Villanova.com 2011 Overall Record:............................................2-9 2011 Conference Record:............................1-7 (9th)

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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

Location:.................................................Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment:........................................................... 41,357 Founded:.................................................................. 1819 Nickname: ......................................................... Bearcats Colors: .......................................................Red and Black Web Site: ............................................ GoBEARCATS.com Stadium: ........... Nippert Stadium (35,000/FieldTurf Pro) President: .......................................Dr. Gregory Williams Director of Athletics: ................................ Whit Babcock Head Coach: ..................... Butch Jones (Ferris State ’90)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Associate Sports Comm. Director: ..............Ryan Koslen Office Phone: ..........................................(513) 556-5186 Mobile: ....................................................(216) 798-5998 E-mail: ........................................... ryan.koslen@.uc.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(513) 556-0619 Press Box Phone: ....................................(513) 556-1010

BEARCAT TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: .......... 10-3/5-2 BIG EAST (tied, 1st) All-Time Record: ................................ 561-553-51 (.503) All-Time BIG EAST Record:...........................30-19 (.612) BIG EAST Championships:..............3 (2008, 2009, 2011) Bowl Appearances: ..................................................... 13 Bowl Record: ....................................................7-6 (.538) Last Bowl Appearance: ..... 2011 AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24) Offensive System:................................................. Spread Defensive System:..............................................Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................43/21 Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................14/11

CINCINNATI BEARCATS

Dr. Gregory Williams President

Whit Babcock Director of Athletics

Butch Jones Head Coach

Ryan Koslen Athletic Communications


CINCINNATI STORYLINES Cincinnati has won at least a share of the BIG EAST title three times in the last four years. The Bearcats more than doubled their win total from the previous season in 2011, going from 4-8 in 2010 to 10-3 in 2011. Head coach Butch Jones was chosen as the 2011 BIG EAST Coach of the Year. The Bearcats will have to replace players who were named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year (RB Isaiah Pead) and BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year (DT Derek Wolfe). OFFENSE QB Munchie Legaux, who came off the bench last season, is expected to take over for Zach Collaros, a two-time All-BIG EAST selection and three-year starter. The only returning starters on offense are on the line (OG Austen Bujnoch, OT Sean Hooey, OT Eric Lefeld) and at wide receiver (WR Anthony McClung, WR Kembrell Thompkins). McClung had a team-leading 49 receptions and six touchdown catches last season, while Thompkins had 44 catches and two TDs.

DEFENSE Cincinnati returns seven starters from last year’s defense. Each of the seven will enter 2012 as at least a third-year starter. Cincinnati led the nation in tackles for loss (8.9 per game) and sacks (3.6 per game) last season. The Bearcats led the BIG EAST in turnover margin (+0.9 per game). Cincinnati returns three of its four starters in the defensive secondary, highlighted by SS Drew Frey, an All-BIG EAST First Team selection in 2011. The Bearcats return all three starters at linebacker — LB Maalik Bomar, LB Walter Stewart and LB Nick Temple. SPECIAL TEAMS P Pat O’Donnell was an All-BIG EAST First Team selection last year after he led the league in punting (43.9 ypp). WR Ralph David Abernathy IV had more than 1,000 yards on kickoff returns (1,034) and was second on the team in all-purpose yardage.

RB George Winn (219 yards, 2 TDs in 2011) is the team’s top returning rusher.

2012 Schedule Thu., Sept. 6

PITTSBURGH

Sat., Sept. 15

Delaware State

Sat., Sept. 29

vs. Virginia Tech

The River City Rivalry 8 p.m., ESPN Series: Pittsburgh leads, 8-3 Notable: The last two games in the series have been decided by a combined three points. 7 p.m., ESPN3 Series: First meeting Notable: Cincinnati has won its last eight games against FCS opponents. at FedEx Field, Landover, Md. TBD Series: Virginia Tech leads, 5-4 Notable: Last meeting was in the 2008-09 Orange Bowl, when Virginia Tech took a 20-7 win.

Sat., Oct. 6

Miami (Ohio)

The Victory Bell 7 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: Miami (Ohio) leads, 59-50-7 Notable: Cincinnati’s 27-0 win last year extended the Bearcats’ series winning streak to six games.

Sat., Oct. 13

Fordham

Sat., Oct. 20

at Toledo

Fri., Oct. 26

at LOUISVILLE

Sat., Nov. 3

SYRACUSE

Sat., Nov. 10

at TEMPLE

Sat., Nov. 17

RUTGERS

Fri., Nov. 23

USF

TBD Series: First meeting Notable: Cincinnati has not faced a current member of the Patriot League since 1936. TBD, ESPNU/ESPN3 Series: Cincinnati leads, 4-2 Notable: Teams haven’t met since the 2001 Motor City Bowl. Bearcats are 2-0 at the Glass Bowl. The Keg of Nails 8 p.m., ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Cincinnati leads, 30-21-1 Notable: Cincinnati has won four straight in the series, including two straight in Louisville. TBD Series: Cincinnati leads, 7-5 Notable: The Bearcats have won six of their last seven against the Orange, but fell 31-7 at the Carrier Dome in their last trip (2010). TBD Series: Cincinnati leads, 9-4-1 Notable: The last meeting produced a 30-24 Bearcat win in triple-overtime in 2003.

Noon, BIG EAST Network Series: Tied, 8-8-1 Notable: Cincinnati had won five straight in the series before Rutgers’ 20-3 win last year. TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Cincinnati leads, 6-3 Notable: Cincinnati QB Zach Collaros figured in five TDs in last year’s 37-34 win at Nippert Stadium.

Sat., Dec. 1

Safety Drew Frey

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TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Cincinnati leads, 5-2 Notable: The home team has won the last five meetings in the series.

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CINCINNATI Butch Jones At A Glance

Butch Jones

Hometown: Saugatuck, Mich. Family: Wife – Barb; Children - Alex, Adam, Andrew Alma Mater (Year): Ferris State (1990) Hired at Cincinnati: Dec. 16, 2009

Head Coach

Butch Jones, the 2011 BIG EAST Coach of the Year, enters his third season with the Bearcats. With the Bearcats’ win in the 2011 regular-season finale against Connecticut, Jones earned his third conference championship as a head coach (2007, 2009 at Central Michigan, 2011 at Cincinnati) and his 40th career victory. Jones, who was named the head coach at UC on Dec. 16, 2009, holds a 41-24 career mark, a 27-10 record in conference play, has four bowl appearances and three league championships to his credit in five seasons as a collegiate head coach. In 2011, Cincinnati was the only program nationally to win both its conference championship as well as its league’s team academic award. Since arriving in Cincinnati, Jones has made an immediate impact, building a staff of championship-level coaches and teachers, as well as an atmosphere of competition and family, while also overseeing an academic program of great success. Jones and his staff have shown the ability to produce NFL-ready talent as well, sending 11 players to the NFL over the past three years. Cincinnati was the most improved NCAA FBS AQ team in 2011, finishing with a 10-3 mark and a top-25 final ranking, as well as a return to postseason play. The Bearcats knocked off Vanderbilt in the 2011 AutoZone Liberty Bowl, the program’s first bowl win over an opponent from an automatic-qualifying BCS league. Prior to leading the Bearcats, Jones spent three seasons at Central Michigan University, leading the Chippewas to a pair of MidAmerican Conference Championships, threestraight bowl appearances from 2007-09 and a postseason top-25 ranking. A native of Saugatuck, Mich., and former offensive coordinator at CMU, Jones went 27-13 over three seasons as head coach at CMU, including a 22-3 mark in league games. The Chippewas won a pair of MAC Championships (2007, 2009), played in three-straight bowl games and earned a postseason ranking of No. 23 in 2009. He is the only coach in CMU history to lead the team to consecutive bowl games and is the first in MAC history to do it in his first three seasons as head coach. Jones coached 32 all-MAC performers, including two-time MAC Offensive Player of the Year and 2009 MAC Vern Smith Leadership Award winner Dan LeFevour, and two-time MAC Special Teams Player of the Year Antonio Brown. Under his tutelage, 13 student-athletes

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

1987-89 Intern, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1990-92 Graduate Assistant, Rutgers 1993-94 Offensive Coordinator, Wilkes 1995 Running Backs Coach, Ferris State 1996-97 Offensive Coordinator, Ferris State 1998 Tight Ends Coach, Central Michigan 1999 Receivers Coach, Central Michigan 2000 Running Backs Coach, Central Michigan 2001-03 Offensive Coordinator, Central Michigan 2004 Running Backs Coach, Central Michigan 2005-06 Receivers Coach, West Virginia 2007-09 Head Coach, Central Michigan 2010- Head Coach, Cincinnati

Against The BIG EAST (7-7)

earned Academic All-MAC accolades. Prior to becoming CMU’s head coach, Jones spent a total of 11 seasons as an assistant at the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision level. He served as the offensive coordinator at three schools, spanning eight seasons, and worked directly with 24 all-conference selections in 15 years as a full-time position coach. Jones spent the 2005 and 2006 seasons as an assistant coach under Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia University, where he was part of teams that recorded back-to-back 11-win campaigns, a pair of top-10 national rankings and victories in the 2006 Sugar Bowl and 2007 Gator Bowl. Jones filled a variety of roles during his first stint at Central Michigan (1998-2004), including serving as offensive coordinator from 2001-03. A 1990 graduate of Ferris State University where he was a two-year letterman on the football team, Jones broke into the coaching ranks while still an undergraduate by serving as intern for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1987-89. He spent the 1990-92 seasons as a graduate assistant at Rutgers University before taking over as the offensive coordinator at Wilkes University in 1993. He directed an offense at Wilkes that led the Middle Atlantic Conference in scoring offense and total offense in 1993, a season in which it won a conference title and qualified for the NCAA Division III Playoffs. Jones returned to his alma mater in 1995 as a running backs coach, only to be promoted to offensive coordinator for the 1996 season. The Bulldogs, while leading the Midwestern Intercollegiate Football Conference in total offense and scoring offense, won a second consecutive MIFC championship in 1996 and advanced to the NCAA Division II Quarterfinals. 2012 BIG EAST Football

Connecticut 1-1 Louisville 2-0 Pittsburgh 1-1 Rutgers 1-1 USF 1-1 Syracuse 1-1 -West Virginia 0-2 Playing Career: 1986-87

Ferris State

Office Phone: (513) 556-5986

Assistant Coaches Steve Stripling Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Mike Bajakian Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks John Jancek Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Mark Elder Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties Don Mahoney Offensive Line Shannon Morrison Cornerbacks T.J. Weist Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator Dave Johnson Tight Ends Roy Manning Running Backs

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CINCINNATI Butch Jones Year-By-Year YEAR SCHOOL 2007 Central Michigan 2008 Central Michigan 2009 * Central Michigan 2010 Cincinnati 2011 Cincinnati

OVERALL CONFERENCE 8-6 6-1 8-5 6-2 11-1 8-0 4-8 2-5 10-3 5-2

BOWL Motor City (lost to Purdue, 51-48) Motor City (lost to Florida Atlantic, 24-21) GMAC (did not coach in bowl)

FINAL RANK 23/24

AutoZone Liberty (defeated Vanderbilt, 31-24)

Central Michigan Record (three years) 27-12 20-3 .734 .782

0-2 .667

Cincinnati Record (two years)

14-11 7-7 .560 .500

1-0 1.000

Career Record (five years)

41-23 27-10 .641 .730

1-2 .333

25/21

*Named head coach at Cincinnati Dec. 16, 2009 and did not coach in Central Michigan’s bowl game

All-Time Cincinnati Coaches

TENURE No Coach 1885-93 W. Durant Berry 1894-95 Williams Reynolds 1896 Tom Fennel 1897 Frank Cavanaugh 1898 Dan Reed 1899-00 Henry Pratt 1901 Anthony Chez 1902-03 Amos Foster 1904-05 William Foley 1906 Ralph Inott 1908 Robert Burch 1909-11 Lowell Dana 1912-13 George Little 1914-15 Ion Cortright 1916 Frank Marty 1917 Boyd Chambers 1918-21 George McLaren 1922-26 George Babcock 1927-30 Dana King 1931-34 Russ Cohen 1935-37 Wade Woodworth 1937 Joe Meyer 1938-42 Ray Nolting 1945-48 Sid Gillman 1949-54 George Blackburn 1955-60 Chuck Studley 1961-66 Homer Rice 1967-68 Ray Callahan 1969-72 Tony Mason 1973-76 Ralph Staub 1977-80 Mike Gottfried 1981-82 Watson Brown 1983 Dave Currey 1984-88 Tim Murphy 1989-93 Rick Minter 1994-03 Mark Dantonio 2004-06 * Brian Kelly 2006-09 * Jeff Quinn 2009 * Butch Jones 2010-11 Total

W L T PCT 13 12 4 .517 6 6 0 .500 4 3 1 .562 9 1 1 .864 5 1 3 .722 8 6 1 .567 1 3 1 .300 5 10 2 .353 11 4 0 .733 0 7 2 .111 1 4 1 .250 16 8 2 .654 8 7 2 .529 10 8 0 .556 0 8 1 .056 0 6 0 .000 12 15 3 .450 16 26 3 .389 12 21 3 .375 25 10 1 .708 8 11 3 .432 0 6 0 .000 27 16 3 .620 23 15 1 .603 50 13 1 .789 25 27 6 .483 27 33 0 .450 8 10 1 .447 20 23 0 .465 26 18 0 .591 14 28 2 .341 12 10 0 .545 4 6 1 .409 19 36 0 .345 17 37 1 .318 53 63 1 .457 18 17 .514 34 6 .850 0 1 .000 14 11 .560 561 553 51 .503

BIG EAST

PCT

Sid Gillman

Mike Gottfried

6-8 17-4 0-0 7-7 30-19

.429 .810 — .500 .612

* Mark Dantonio resigned in the 2006 season prior to the 2006-07 International Bowl, which was coached by Brian Kelly (27-24 win against Western Michigan). Kelly resigned in 2009, prior to the 2009-10 Allstate Sugar Bowl, which was coached by Jeff Quinn (51-24 loss to Florida).

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Brian Kelly


CINCINNATI 2011 RESULTS (10-3, 5-2 BIG EAST)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Date Opponent 9/3 Austin Peay (BIG EAST Network) 9/10 at Tennessee (ESPN2) 9/17 Akron (ESPN3) 9/22 North Carolina State (ESPN/ESPN3D) 10/1 at Miami (Ohio) (ESPN3) 10/15 LOUISVILLE 1 (BIG EAST Network) 10/22 at USF (BIG EAST Network) 11/5 at PITTSBURGH (ESPNU) 11/12 WEST VIRGINIA 1 (ABC) 11/19 at RUTGERS (ESPNU) 11/26 at SYRACUSE (BIG EAST Network) 12/3 CONNECTICUT (ESPN) 12/31 vs. Vanderbilt 2 (ABC)

RUSHING PEAD, Isaiah COLLAROS, Zach WINN, George Total Opponents

GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 13 237 1338 79 1259 5.3 12 65 96.8 10 84 360 126 234 2.8 8 17 23.4 13 40 220 1 219 5.5 2 69 16.8 13 500 2659 338 2321 4.6 28 69 178.5 13 457 1748 509 1239 2.7 10 36 95.3

PASSING COLLAROS, Zach LEGAUX, Munchie LUALLEN, Jordan Total Opponents

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 10 131.79 166-272-10 61.0 1940 15 11 108.98 55-116-4 47.4 749 5 9 71.00 2-4-0 50.0 10 0 13 124.42 223-392-14 56.9 2699 20 13 124.26 291-483-16 60.2 3394 17

RECEIVING MCCLUNG, Anthony THOMPKINS, Kenbrell PEAD, Isaiah Total Opponents

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 13 49 683 13.9 6 36 52.5 13 44 536 12.2 2 44 41.2 13 39 319 8.2 3 69 24.5 13 223 2699 12.1 20 72 207.6 13 291 3394 11.7 17 87 261.1

PUNT RETURNS WOODS, DJ PEAD, Isaiah Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 11 71 6.5 0 24 8 74 9.2 0 34 26 186 7.2 0 34 21 144 6.9 0 40

KICK RETURNS ABERNATHY, Ralph David Total Opponents

No. 39 49 72

Result W, 72-10 L, 23-45 W, 59-14 W, 44-14 W, 27-0 W, 25-16 W, 37-34 W, 26-23 L, 21-24 L, 3-20 W, 30-13 W, 35-27 W, 31-24

1 at Paul Brown Stadium 2 AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Memphis, Tenn.

TEAM STATISTICS

CIN OPP 433 264 SCORING Points Per Game 33.3 20.3 FIRST DOWNS 255 248 Rushing 117 84 Passing 115 148 Penalty 23 16 RUSHING YARDAGE 2321 1239 Yards gained rushing 2659 1748 Yards lost rushing 338 509 Rushing Attempts 500 457 Average Per Rush 4.6 2.7 Average Per Game 178.5 95.3 TDs Rushing 28 10 PASSING YARDAGE 2699 3394 Comp-Att-Int 223-392-14 291-483-16 Average Per Pass 6.9 7.0 Average Per Catch 12.1 11.7 Average Per Game 207.6 261.1 TDs Passing 20 17 TOTAL OFFENSE 5020 4633 Total Plays 892 940 Average Per Play 5.6 4.9 Average Per Game 386.2 356.4 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 49-1181 72-1361 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 26-186 21-144 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 16-244 14-142 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 24.1 18.9 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 7.2 6.9 INT RETURN AVERAGE 15.2 10.1 FUMBLES-LOST 22-7 28-17 PENALTIES-Yards 67-607 101-841 Average Per Game 46.7 64.7 PUNTS-Yards 64-2790 80-3133 Average Per Punt 43.6 39.2 Net punt average 38.8 35.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 27:59 32:00 3RD-DOWN Conversions 69/183 66/202 3rd-Down Pct 38% 33% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 6/13 6/17 4th-Down Pct 46% 35% SACKS BY-Yards 46-325 21-153 MISC YARDS 0 11 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 55 29 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 17-25 20-25 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES (41-52) 79% (31-36) 86% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (32-52) 62% (20-36) 56% PAT-ATTEMPTS (50-53) 94% (28-28) 100% ATTENDANCE 193757 289831 Games/Avg Per Game 6/32293 6/48305 Neutral Site Games 1/57103 SCORE BY QUARTERS Cincinnati Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 99 127 105 102 433 54 69 75 66 264

Yds Avg 1034 26.5 1181 24.1 1361 18.9

Lng Avg/G 72 194.0 69 68.1 9 1.1 72 207.6 87 261.1

TD Long 1 90 1 90 0 42

|------------ PATs ------------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points SCORING MILIANO, Tony 0 17-25 47-50 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 98 PEAD, Isaiah 15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 90 COLLAROS, Zach 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 48 MCCLUNG, Anthony 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 ROBINSON, Adrien 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 Total 55 17-25 50-53 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 433 Opponents 29 20-25 28-28 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 264 TOTAL OFFENSE COLLAROS, Zach PEAD, Isaiah LEGAUX, Munchie Total Opponents FIELD GOALS MILIANO, Tony

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 10 356 234 1940 2174 217.4 13 237 1259 0 1259 96.8 11 157 185 749 934 84.9 13 892 2321 2699 5020 386.2 13 940 1239 3394 4633 356.4

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 17-25 68.0 0-0 7-7 2-6 8-12 0-0 48

Blk 4

PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd O’DONNELL, Pat 63 2760 43.8 76 8 9 26 0 Total 64 2790 43.6 76 8 9 26 1 Opponents 80 3133 39.2 61 7 25 17 0 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G PEAD, Isaiah 13 1259 319 74 0 0 1652 127.1 ABERNATHY, Ralph David 13 38 -4 0 1034 0 1068 82.2 MCCLUNG, Anthony 13 4 683 0 0 0 687 52.8 WOODS, DJ 13 36 450 71 0 0 557 42.8 THOMPKINS, Kenbrell 13 0 536 0 0 0 536 41.2 Total 13 2321 2699 186 1181 244 6631 510.1 Opponents 13 1239 3394 144 1361 142 6280 483.1 DEFENSE G Solo Ast Total SCHAFFER, JK 13 51 63 114 FREY, Drew 13 43 30 73 RICHARDSON, Wesley 13 37 34 71 WOLFE, Derek 13 37 33 70 BOMAR, Maalik 13 29 31 60 Total 13 532 448 980 Opponents 13 519 357 876

TFL/Yds 12.5-46 2.5-7 . 21.5-96 3.5-8 111-482 85.0-317

Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 4.0-26 3-41 6 1 2-17 3 . . . 2-15 8 2 . . . . . 1-0 4 . . 1 . . 9.5-66 . 1 6 2-0 2 . . 1.0-3 . 3 2 2-54 . . . 46-325 16-244 52 29 17-64 20 1 . 21-153 14-142 44 25 7-0 8 6 .

Returning players in italics

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CINCINNATI YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1885 2 1 0 1 No Coach 1886 2 2 0 0 No Coach 1887 1 1 0 0 No Coach 1888 2 1 0 1 No Coach 1889 2 1 1 0 No Coach 1890 4 2 1 1 No Coach 1891 7 4 2 1 No Coach 1892 3 1 2 0 No Coach 1893 6 0 6 0 No Coach 1894 6 3 3 0 W. Durant Berry 1895 6 3 3 0 W. Durant Berry 1896 8 4 3 1 William Reynolds 1897 11 9 1 1 Tom Fennel 1898 9 5 1 3 Frank Cavanaugh 1899 7 5 2 0 Dan Reed 1900 8 3 4 1 Dan Reed 1901 5 1 3 1 Henry Pratt 1902 8 4 2 2 Anthony Chez 1903 9 1 8 0 Anthony Chez 1904 8 7 1 0 Amos Foster 1905 7 4 3 0 Amos Foster 1906 9 0 7 2 William Foley 1907 No Games Played 1908 6 1 4 1 Ralph Inott 1909 8 4 3 1 Robert Burch 1910 9 6 3 0 Robert Burch 1911 9 6 2 1 Robert Burch 1912 8 3 4 1 Lowell Dana 1913 9 5 3 1 Lowell Dana 1914 9 6 3 0 George Little 1915 9 4 5 0 George Little 1916 9 0 8 1 Ion Cortright 1917 6 0 6 0 Frank Marty 1918 5 3 0 2 Boyd Chambers 1919 8 3 4 1 Boyd Chambers 1920 9 4 5 0 Boyd Chambers 1921 8 2 6 0 Boyd Chambers 1922 9 1 7 1 George McLaren 1923 9 6 3 0 George McLaren 1924 9 2 6 1 George McLaren 1925 9 4 5 0 George McLaren 1926 9 3 5 1 George McLaren 1927 9 2 5 2 George Babcock 1928 9 1 8 0 George Babcock 1929 9 4 4 1 George Babcock 1930 9 5 4 0 George Babcock 1931 9 5 4 0 Dana King 1932 9 7 2 0 Dana King 1933 9 7 2 0 Dana King 1934 9 6 2 1 Dana King 1935 9 7 2 0 Russ Cohen 1936 9 1 5 3 Russ Cohen 1937 10 0 10 0 Russ Cohen/Wade Woodworth 1938 9 4 5 0 Joe Meyer 1939 9 4 3 2 Joe Meyer 1940 9 5 3 1 Joe Meyer 1941 9 6 3 0 Joe Meyer 1942 10 8 2 0 Joe Meyer 1943 No Games Played 1944 No Games Played 1945 8 4 4 0 Ray Nolting 1946 11 9 2 0 Ray Nolting Sun 1947 10 7 3 0 Ray Nolting 1948 10 3 6 1 Ray Nolting 1949 11 7 4 0 Sid Gillman Glass 1950 12 8 4 0 Sid Gillman Sun 1951 11 10 1 0 Sid Gillman 1952 10 8 1 1 Sid Gillman 1953 10 9 1 0 Sid Gillman 1954 10 8 2 0 Sid Gillman 1955 9 1 6 2 George Blackburn 1956 9 4 5 0 George Blackburn 1957 10 5 4 1 George Blackburn 1958 10 6 2 2 George Blackburn

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YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1959 10 5 4 1 George Blackburn 1960 10 4 6 0 George Blackburn 1961 10 3 7 0 Chuck Studley 1962 10 2 8 0 Chuck Studley 1963 10 6 4 0 Chuck Studley 1964 10 8 2 0 Chuck Studley 1965 10 5 5 0 Chuck Studley 1966 10 3 7 0 Chuck Studley 1967 9 3 6 0 Homer Rice 1968 10 5 4 1 Homer Rice 1969 10 4 6 0 Ray Callahan 1970 11 7 4 0 Ray Callahan 1971 11 7 4 0 Ray Callahan 1972 11 2 9 0 Ray Callahan 1973 11 4 7 0 Tony Mason 1974 11 7 4 0 Tony Mason 1975 11 6 5 0 Tony Mason 1976 11 9 2 0 Tony Mason 1977 11 5 4 2 Ralph Staub 1978 11 5 6 0 Ralph Staub 1979 11 2 9 0 Ralph Staub 1980 11 2 9 0 Ralph Staub 1981 11 6 5 0 Mike Gottfried 1982 11 6 5 0 Mike Gottfried 1983 11 4 6 1 Watson Brown 1984 11 2 9 0 Dave Currey 1985 11 5 6 0 Dave Currey 1986 11 5 6 0 Dave Currey 1987 11 4 7 0 Dave Currey 1988 11 3 8 0 Dave Currey 1989 11 1 9 1 Tim Murphy 1990 11 1 10 0 Tim Murphy 1991 11 4 7 0 Tim Murphy 1992 11 3 8 0 Tim Murphy 1993 11 8 3 0 Tim Murphy 1994 11 2 8 1 Rick Minter 1995 11 6 5 0 Rick Minter 1996 11 6 5 Rick Minter 1997 12 8 4 Rick Minter Humanitarian 1998 11 2 9 Rick Minter 1999 11 3 8 Rick Minter 2000 12 7 5 Rick Minter Motor City 2001 12 7 5 Rick Minter Motor City 2002 14 7 7 Rick Minter New Orleans 2003 12 5 7 Rick Minter 2004 12 7 5 Mark Dantonio Fort Worth 2005 11 4 7 Mark Dantonio 2006 13 8 5 Mark Dantonio/Brian Kelly * International 2007 13 10 3 Brian Kelly PapaJohns.com 2008 14 11 3 Brian Kelly FedEx Orange 2009 13 12 1 Brian Kelly/Jeff Quinn * Allstate Sugar 2010 12 4 8 Butch Jones 2011 13 10 3 Butch Jones AutoZone Liberty TOTAL 1166 561 553 51 *Brian Kelly coached Cincinnati in the 2007 International Bowl; Jeff Quinn coached Cincinnati in the 2009-10 Allstate Sugar Bowl CINCINNATI IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 2005 2-5/t-6th 2006 4-3/t-4th 2007 4-3/t-3rd 2008 6-1/1st 2009 7-0/1st 2010 2-5/7th 2011 5-2/t-1st

2012 BIG EAST Football


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

Location:..................................................... Storrs, Conn. Enrollment:........................................................... 30,525 Founded:.................................................................. 1881 Nickname: ........................................................... Huskies Colors: .............................. National Flag Blue and White Web Site: .......................................... UConnHuskies.com Stadium: ........................Rentschler Field (40,000/Grass) President: ............................................. Dr. Susan Herbst Director of Athletics: .............................. Warde Manuel Head Coach: ................ Paul Pasqualoni (Penn State ’72)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Associate AD/Communications: .................Mike Enright Office Phone: ..........................................(860) 486-2241 Mobile: ....................................................(860) 208-4756 E-mail: .................................... mike.enright@uconn.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(860) 486-5085 Press Box Phone: ....................................(860) 610-4778

HUSKY TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: .................... 5-7/3-4 BIG EAST (6th) All-Time Record: ................................ 486-510-38 (.488) All-Time BIG EAST Record:...........................25-30 (.455) BIG EAST Championships:........................ 2 (2007, 2010) Bowl Appearances: ....................................................... 5 Bowl Record: ....................................................3-2 (.600) Last Bowl Appearance: .......... 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20) Offensive System:...............................................Multiple Defensive System:...................................................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................29/20 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................15/9

CONNECTICUT HUSKIES

Dr. Susan Herbst President

Warde Manuel Director of Athletics

Paul Pasqualoni Head Coach

Mike Enright Athletic Communications


CONNECTICUT STORYLINES Connecticut saw a streak of four straight postseason appearances end with last year’s 5-7 season. Paul Pasqualoni is the career leader in overall and conference wins as a BIG EAST head coach. Pasqualoni has won 112 overall games and 65 BIG EAST games during his tenure in the league. The Huskies have shared the BIG EAST title twice in the last five seasons (2007, 2010). Connecticut went 0-3 on the road in BIG EAST games last year. The Huskies were 3-1 in home conference games. OFFENSE Connecticut returns three quatrerbacks who saw significant playing time in 2011. QB Johnny McEntee and QB Scott McCummings both played in all 12 games a year ago. RB Lyle McCombs ranked second in the BIG EAST in rushing last season (95.9 yards per game) and was an All-BIG EAST Second Team selection as a freshman. McCombs’ total of 1,151 rushing yards was the fourth-highest total by a first-year player in BIG EAST history.

DEFENSE All-BIG EAST Second Team DE Trevardo Williams leads a defense that returns eight starters from last year. Williams had 12.5 sacks and 15 tackles for loss a year ago. The Huskies return all three starting linebackers from last year — LB Jory Johnson, LB Yawin Smallwood and LB Sio Moore. Those three players were the Huskies’ top three tacklers in 2011. CB Dwayne Gratz had three interceptions and was an All- BIG EAST Second Team choice last year. The Huskies tied for the BIG EAST lead, and ranked fifth nationally, with 31 turnovers gained last season. Connecticut had a league-leading 18 interceptions in 2011. SPECIAL TEAMS The Huskies will have to replace the consistency and reliability of two-time All-BIG EAST First Team K Dave Teggart. K Chad Christen, who has been the kickoff specialist for the past two seasons, is expected to take over as the placekicker in 2012. P Cole Wagner averaged 41.1 yards per punt in 2011.

2012 Schedule Thu., Aug. 30

Massachusetts

7:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: Massachusetts leads, 36-33-2 Notable: First meeting for the former Yankee Conference and Atlantic-10 rivals since 1999.

Sat., Sept. 8

North Carolina State

Noon, BIG EAST Network Series: North Carolina State leads, 1-0 Notable: The only previous meeting was a 31-24 NC State win in 2003.

Sat., Sept. 15

at Maryland

Sat., Sept. 22

at Western Michigan

Sat., Sept. 29

Buffalo

12:30 p.m., ACC Network Series: Maryland leads, 1-0 Notable: Maryland coach Randy Edsall coached Connecticut from 1999-2010. 2 p.m., ESPN3 Series: Tied, 1-1 Notable: The teams combined for 35 fourth-quarter points in last year’s 38-31 Bronco win. Noon, BIG EAST Network Series: Connecticut leads, 15-4 Notable: The Huskies have won seven straight in the series with the Bulls.

Sat., Oct. 6

at RUTGERS

TBD Series: Rutgers leads, 21-10 Notable: The Huskies spoiled Rutgers’ bid for the BIG EAST title with last year’s 40-22 win.

Sat., Oct. 13

TEMPLE

TBD Series: Temple leads, 8-4 Notable: Connecticut and Temple have met six times in nonconference games since 2001.

TE Ryan Griffin earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors last year and is projected as one of the nation’s top tight ends in 2012.

Fri., Oct. 9

at SYRACUSE

8 p.m., ESPN Series: Connecticut leads, 6-2 Notable: Former Syracuse coach Paul Pasqualoni returns to the Carrier Dome for the first time since 2004.

Sat., Nov. 3

USF

Fri., Nov. 9

PITTSBURGH

TBD Series: Connecticut leads, 5-4 Notable: Connecticut has won the last three games in the series by an average of just 3.7 points. 8 p.m., ESPN2 Series: Tied, 4-4 Notable: Connecticut is 3-1 all-time against Pittsburgh at Rentschler Field.

Sat., Nov. 24

at LOUISVILLE

TBD Series: Louisville leads, 5-3 Notable: The Huskies were shut out 26-0 in their last trip to Louisville (2010).

Sat., Dec. 1

Running back Lyle McCombs

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CINCINNATI

TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Cincinnati leads, 7-1 Notable: Connecticut has won the last two meetings against the Bearcats at Rentschler Field.

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CONNECTICUT Paul Pasqualoni At A Glance

Paul Pasqualoni

Hometown: Cheshire, Conn. Family: Wife – Jill; Children - Dante, Tito, Cami Alma Mater (Year): Penn State (1972) Hired at Connecticut: Jan. 14, 2011

Head Coach

Paul Pasqualoni became the 28th head football coach at the University of Connecticut Jan. 14, 2011. Before taking the Connecticut position, Pasqualoni had been coaching in the National Football League as a member of the Dallas Cowboys staff (2005-07 and 2010) and the Miami Dolphins (2008-09). Pasqualoni worked with the tight ends (2005) and linebackers (2006-07) in Dallas. The Cowboys won the NFC East in 2007 and were a Wild Card playoff team in 2006. In 2007, the Cowboys’ defense limited opponents to 4.9 yards per play and were third in sacks. He rejoined the Cowboys staff in 2010 and became the defensive coordinator. He served as defensive coordinator with the Dolphins and his defense allowed just 19.8 points per game in 2008 as the Dolphins won the AFC East Championship. His 2009 defense led the NFL in sacks per pass attempt. Pasqualoni served as the head coach of Syracuse from 1991-2004 and led the Orange to nine bowl games. He was the head coach at Western Connecticut from 1982-86 and led them to an NCAA Division II postseason appearance. Pasqualoni concluded his 14-year tenure as Syracuse’s second-winningest coach with 107 victories. He guided his teams to four BIG EAST conference titles, including a share of one in 2004 - his final year at the school -- and had a 6-3 postseason record. Among those appearances, he led the Orange to two Fiesta Bowl appearances (1992 season and ‘97 season) and a trip to the Orange Bowl (1998 season), in the first year of the Bowl Championship Series. Syracuse also played in the 2004 Champs Sports Bowl, 2001 Insight.com Bowl, 1999 Music City Bowl, the 1996 Liberty Bowl, the 1996 Gator Bowl (1995 season) and the 1992 Hall of Fame Bowl (1991 season) during Pasqualoni’s tenure. His Orange teams won 10 games in three different seasons - 1991, 1992 and 2001. He joined the Syracuse staff in 1987 and was an assistant coach there for four seasons before being named the head coach prior to the 1991 season. Pasqualoni developed a solid contingent of professional players at Syracuse, including a string of 17 selections in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft as seven were first-round picks. The school produced at least two NFL draft selections in 11 of Pasqualoni’s 14 years as head coach. During his tenure at Syracuse as an assis  29

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

1976-79 Assistant Coach, Southern Connecticut 1980-81 Defensive Coordinator, Southern Conn. 1982-86 Head Coach, Western Connecticut 1987-90 Linebackers Coach, Syracuse 1991-2004 Head Coach, Syracuse 2005 Tight Ends Coach, Dallas Cowboys 2006-07 Linebackers Coach, Dallas Cowboys 2008-09 Defensive Coordinator, Miami Dolphins 2010 Defensive Coordinator, Dallas Cowboys 2011- Head Coach, Connecticut

Against The BIG EAST (65-37)

tant and head coach, the Orange were recognized with the AFCA Academic Achievement Honorable Mention Award for having a graduation rate better than 70 percent a total of 14 times. They were honored during 10 of the 14 years Pasqualoni was head coach. In 1999, Syracuse won the American Football Coaches Association Academic Achievement Award for posting a 100 percent graduation rate for the class that enrolled in 1994. Pasqualoni won the ECAC/Vince Lombardi Foundation Coach of the Year award in 1996 following his second-straight 9-3 season. He was named the 1992 and 1995 ECAC Coach of the Year for Division I-A. After finishing his undergraduate degree at Penn State, he spent four seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Cheshire High School (1972-75). His first collegiate job was as an assistant at Southern Connecticut in 1976 and was elevated to defensive coordinator in 1980. Pasqualoni had a five-year stint from 1982-86 as the head football coach and athletic director at NCAA Division III Western Connecticut State in Danbury, Conn. His teams posted a 28-13 record at Western and he led the school to an NCAA Division II playoff appearance in 1985. A 1972 graduate of Penn State, Pasqualoni joined the football team as a walk-on and later lettered. He lettered in football and basketball at Cheshire High School in Connecticut and also earned a letter in football at Bordentown Military Institute in New Jersey. Pasqualoni earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education at Penn State and a master of science in physical education and human performance at Southern Connecticut State. 2012 BIG EAST Football

Cincinnati 0-1 Connecticut 1-0 Louisville 0-1 Pittsburgh 12-3 Rutgers 13-2 USF 1-0 Syracuse 1-0 Temple 12-2 -Boston College 9-5 Miami 2-10 Virginia Tech 6-6 West Virginia 8-7 Playing Career: 1969-72

Penn State

Office Phone: (860) 486-2718

Assistant Coaches George DeLeone Offensive Cooridnator/Offensive Line Don Brown Defensive Coordinator/Cornerbacks Clayton White Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs Hank Hughes Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Matt Cersosimo Wide Receivers, Recruiting Coordinator Shane Day Quarterbacks Mike Foley Offensive Line Darrell Perkins Safeties Jon Wholley Linebackers


CONNECTICUT Paul Pasqualoni Year-By-Year YEAR SCHOOL 1982 Western Connecticut 1983 Western Connecticut 1984 Western Connecticut Western Connecticut 1985 1986 Western Connecticut 1991 Syracuse 1992 Syracuse 1993 Syracuse 1994 Syracuse 1995 Syracuse 1996 Syracuse 1997 Syracuse 1998 Syracuse Syracuse 1999 2000 Syracuse 2001 Syracuse 2002 Syracuse 2003 Syracuse Syracuse 2004 2011 Connecticut

OVERALL CONFERENCE 2-7-0 2-7-0 7-3-0 6-3-0 9-1-0 8-1-0 10-2-0 8-1-0 6-4-0 10-2-0 5-0-0 10-2-0 6-1-0 6-4-1 3-4-0 7-4-0 4-3-0 9-3-0 5-2-0 9-3 6-1 9-4 6-1 8-4 6-1 7-5 3-4 6-5 4-3 10-3 6-1 4-8 2-5 6-6 2-5 6-6 4-2 5-7 3-4

11/11 6/7

Gator (defeated Clemson, 41-0) Liberty (defeated Houston, 30-17) Fiesta (lost to Kansas State, 35-18) Orange (lost to Florida, 31-10) Music City (defeated Kentucky, 20-13)

19/16 21/19 21/20 25/24

Insight.com (defeated Kansas State, 26-3)

14/14

Champs Sports (lost to Georgia Tech, 51-14)

34-17-0 24-12-0 .667 .667

0-0-0 —

Syracuse Record (14 years)

107-59-1 62-33-0 .644 .653

6-3-0 .667

Career Record (20 years)

5-7 .417

No Coach E.S. Mansfield T.D. Knowles E.O. Smith George H. Lamson W.F. Madden S.F.G. McLean M.F. Claffey Leo Hafford A.J. Sharadin P.T. Brady Dave W. Warner John F. Donahue Roy J. Guyer Ross Swartz Wilder Tasker Sumner A. Dole J.O. Christian Arthur L. Valpey Robert Ingalls Richard E. Forzano John L. Toner Robert F. Casciola Larry L. Naviaux Walt Nadzak Tom Jackson Skip Holtz Randy Edsall Paul Pasqualoni

3-4 0-0 .429 ­—

146-83-1 89-49-0 .637 .664

All-Time Connecticut Coaches TENURE

1896-97 1898 1899-01 1902-05 1906-07 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915-16 1919 1920 1921-22 1923-33 1934-49 1950-51 1952-63 1964-65 1966-70 1971-72 1973-76 1977-82 1983-93 1994-98 1999-2010 2011-

Total

FINAL RANK

Hall of Fame (defeated Ohio State, 24-17) Fiesta (defeated Colorado, 26-22)

Western Conn. Record (five years)

Connecticut Record (one year)

BOWL

W

L

T

6-3-0 .000

PCT

10 5 0 .667 0 3 0 .000 18 7 1 .712 14 13 1 .518 4 9 0 .308 4 3 1 .563 3 5 0 .375 1 5 1 .214 0 5 0 .000 3 3 0 .500 5 3 0 .625 3 0 0 1.000 2 14 0 .125 2 6 0 .250 1 6 1 .187 5 8 4 .412 36 39 14 .483 66 51 4 .562 7 9 0 .438 49 54 3 .476 7 10 1 .417 20 24 3 .457 9 8 1 .528 18 24 1 .430 24 39 2 .385 62 57 0 .521 34 23 0 .596 74 70 .514 5 7 .417

486 510 38 .488

BIG EAST

PCT

J.O. Christian

22-26 3-4

458 .429

25-30 .455

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CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (5-7, 3-4 BIG EAST) Date Opponent 9/3 Fordham (ESPN3) 9/10 at Vanderbilt (CSS) 9/16 Iowa State (ESPN2) 9/24 at Buffalo (BIG EAST Network) 10/1 Western Michigan (BIG EAS T Network) 10/8 at WEST VIRGINIA (BIG EAST Network) 10/15 USF (BIG EAST Network) 10/26 at PITTSBURGH (ESPN) 11/5 SYRACUSE (ESPNU) 11/19 LOUISVILLE (BIG EAST Network) 11/26 RUTGERS (ESPN2) 12/3 at CINCINNATI (ESPN)

Result W, 35-3 L, 21-24 L, 20-24 W, 17-3 L, 31-38 L, 16-43 W, 16-10 L, 20-35 W, 28-21 L, 20-34 W, 40-22 L, 27-35

TEAM STATISTICS

CONN OPP SCORING 291 292 Points Per Game 24.2 24.3 FIRST DOWNS 208 215 Rushing 80 68 108 135 Passing Penalty 20 12 RUSHING YARDAGE 1422 1028 Yards gained rushing 1843 1492 Yards lost rushing 421 464 Rushing Attempts 466 385 Average Per Rush 3.1 2.7 Average Per Game 118.5 85.7 TDs Rushing 13 11 PASSING YARDAGE 2336 3372 Comp-Att-Int 182-359-9 248-429-18 Average Per Pass 6.5 7.9 Average Per Catch 12.8 13.6 Average Per Game 194.7 281.0 TDs Passing 14 22 TOTAL OFFENSE 3758 4400 Total Plays 825 814 Average Per Play 4.6 5.4 Average Per Game 313.2 366.7 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 43-1039 47-1139 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 23-132 33-214 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 18-168 9-120 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 24.2 24.2 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 5.7 6.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE 9.3 13.3 FUMBLES-LOST 24-14 20-13 PENALTIES-Yards 63-502 96-819 Average Per Game 41.8 68.2 PUNTS-Yards 80-3288 74-3029 Average Per Punt 41.1 40.9 Net punt average 37.2 37.8 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:45 29:15 3RD-DOWN Conversions 49/172 56/172 3rd-Down Pct 28% 33% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4/10 3/10 4th-Down Pct 40% 30% SACKS BY-Yards 35-224 41-257 MISC YARDS 0 4 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 32 38 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 22-28 9-16 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-2 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES (32-36) 89% (28-34) 82% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (19-36) 53% (20-34) 59% PAT-ATTEMPTS (29-30) 97% (35-35) 100% ATTENDANCE 256676 174662 Games/Avg Per Game 7/36668 5/34932 Neutral Site Games 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS Connecticut Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 47 69 86 89 291 62 72 78 80 292

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G McCOMBS, Lyle 12 275 1244 93 1151 4.2 7 65 95.9 McCUMMINGS, Scott 12 74 327 42 285 3.9 5 18 23.8 JEAN-LOUIS, Jonathan 11 23 88 9 79 3.4 0 11 7.2 Total 12 466 1843 421 1422 3.1 13 65 118.5 Opponents 12 385 1492 464 1028 2.7 11 48 85.7 PASSING McENTEE, Johnny NEBRICH, Mike McCUMMINGS, Scott Total Opponents

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 12 111.30 172-335-8 51.3 2110 12 8 62.83 5-14-1 35.7 69 0 12 247.88 5-10-0 50.0 157 2 12 113.21 182-359-9 50.7 2336 14 12 132.37 248-429-18 57.8 3372 22

RECEIVING MOORE, Isiah MOORE, Kashif GRIFFIN, Ryan Total Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 12

PUNT RETURNS WILLIAMS, Nick Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 22 123 5.6 0 36 23 132 5.7 1 36 33 214 6.5 0 18

KICK RETURNS WILLIAMS, Nick Total Opponents

No. 37 43 47

No. Yds Avg 43 566 13.2 41 604 14.7 33 499 15.1 182 2336 12.8 248 3372 13.6

Yds Avg 920 24.9 1039 24.2 1139 24.2

Long Avg/G 41 47.2 62 50.3 55 41.6 64 194.7 92 281.0

TD Long 0 61 0 61 1 100

|------------ PATs ------------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points SCORING TEGGART, David 0 22-28 29-30 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 95 McCOMBS, Lyle 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 MOORE, Kashif 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 McCUMMINGS, Scott 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 GRIFFIN, Ryan 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 Total 32 22-28 29-30 0-0 2 2-2 0 0 291 Opponents 38 9-16 35-35 0-0 0 0-2 0 1 292 TOTAL OFFENSE McENTEE, Johnny McCOMBS, Lyle Total Opponents FIELD GOALS TEGGART, David

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 12 390 -148 2110 1962 163.5 12 275 1151 0 1151 95.9 12 825 1422 2336 3758 313.2 12 814 1028 3372 4400 366.7

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 22-28 78.6 1-1 5-5 4-4 8-14 4-4 53

PUNTING WAGNER, Cole Total Opponents

Blk 1

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 80 3288 41.1 63 5 29 21 0 80 3288 41.1 63 5 29 21 0 74 3029 40.9 67 5 16 25 1

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G McCOMBS, Lyle 12 1151 172 0 0 0 1323 110.2 WILLIAMS, Nick 12 3 236 123 920 0 1282 106.8 MOORE, Kashif 12 25 604 0 0 0 629 52.4 MOORE, Isiah 12 0 566 0 0 0 566 47.2 GRIFFIN, Ryan 12 0 499 0 0 0 499 41.6 Total 12 1422 2336 132 1039 168 5097 424.8 Opponents 12 1028 3372 214 1139 120 5873 489.4 DEFENSE JOHNSON, Jory SMALLWOOD, Yawin MOORE, Sio JUNIOR, Jerome GRATZ, Dwayne Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total 12 45 52 97 12 36 58 94 12 55 31 86 12 30 30 60 12 35 18 53 12 442 402 844 12 453 394 847

Returning players in italics

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TD 0 5 3 14 22

Lng Avg/G 64 175.8 21 8.6 55 13.1 64 194.7 92 281.0

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TFL/Yds Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 7.0-24 . 2-28 4 . 2-0 1 . . 2.5-8 1.5-5 1-28 3 1 2-64 1 . . 16.0-58 6.5-40 3--2 6 3 1-0 2 . . 1.5-9 0.5-3 1-12 6 . 1-0 1 . . 4.5-12 . 3-32 4 . 1-14 1 . . 87-368 35-224 18-168 54 19 12-97 10 1 . 86.0-363 41-257 9-120 41 18 14-119 16 2 1


CONNECTICUT YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1896 8 5 3 0 1897 7 5 2 0 1898 3 0 3 0 E.S. Mansfield 1899 8 6 2 0 T.D. Knowles 1900 8 4 3 1 T.D. Knowles 1901 10 8 2 0 T.D. Knowles 1902 7 4 3 0 E.O. Smith 1903 8 3 5 0 E.O. Smith 1904 9 5 3 1 E.O. Smith 1905 4 2 2 0 E.O. Smith 1906 6 2 4 0 George H. Lamson 1907 7 2 5 0 George H. Lamson 1908 8 4 3 1 W.F. Madden 1909 8 3 5 0 S.F.G. McLean 1910 7 1 5 1 M.F. Claffey 1911 5 0 5 0 Leo Hafford 1912 6 3 3 0 A.J. Sharadin 1913 8 5 3 0 P.T. Brady 1914 3 3 0 0 Dave W. Warner 1915 8 1 7 0 John F. Donahue 1916 8 1 7 0 John F. Donahue 1917 No Games Played 1918 No Games Played 1919 8 2 6 0 Roy J. Guyer 1920 8 1 6 1 Ross Swartz 1921 8 3 2 3 Wilder Tasker 1922 9 2 6 1 Wilder Tasker 1923 8 3 4 1 Sumner A. Dole 1924 8 6 0 2 Sumner A. Dole 1925 9 3 5 1 Sumner A. Dole 1926 8 7 1 0 Sumner A. Dole 1927 9 5 4 0 Sumner A. Dole 1928 8 4 0 4 Sumner A. Dole 1929 8 4 4 0 Sumner A. Dole 1930 7 1 5 1 Sumner A. Dole 1931 8 2 3 3 Sumner A. Dole 1932 8 0 6 2 Sumner A. Dole 1933 8 1 6 1 Sumner A. Dole 1934 8 1 7 0 J.O. Christian 1935 7 2 4 1 J.O. Christian 1936 9 7 2 0 J.O. Christian 1937 9 6 2 1 J.O. Christian 1938 7 4 3 0 J.O. Christian 1939 8 5 3 0 J.O. Christian 1940 8 4 4 0 J.O. Christian 1941 8 2 6 0 J.O. Christian 1942 8 6 2 0 J.O. Christian 1943 No Games Played 1944 8 7 1 0 J.O. Christian 1945 8 7 1 0 J.O. Christian 1946 8 4 3 1 J.O. Christian 1947 8 4 4 0 J.O. Christian 1948 8 3 5 0 J.O. Christian 1949 9 4 4 1 J.O. Christian 1950 8 3 5 0 Arthur L. Valpey 1951 8 4 4 0 Arthur L. Valpey 1952 8 5 3 0 Robert Ingalls 1953 8 3 4 1 Robert Ingalls 1954 9 1 8 0 Robert Ingalls 1955 8 4 4 0 Robert Ingalls 1956 9 6 2 1 Robert Ingalls 1957 10 5 4 1 Robert Ingalls 1958 10 7 3 0 Robert Ingalls 1959 9 6 3 0 Robert Ingalls 1960 9 5 4 0 Robert Ingalls 1961 9 2 7 0 Robert Ingalls 1962 9 3 6 0 Robert Ingalls 1963 8 2 6 0 Robert Ingalls 1964 9 4 4 1 Richard E. Forzano 1965 9 3 6 0 Richard E. Forzano 1966 9 2 6 1 John L. Toner 1967 9 5 4 0 John L. Toner 1968 10 4 6 0 John L. Toner 1969 9 5 4 0 John L. Toner

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YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1970 10 4 4 2 John L. Toner 1971 9 5 3 1 Robert F. Casciola 1972 9 4 5 0 Robert F. Casciola 1973 11 8 2 1 Larry L. Naviaux 1974 10 4 6 0 Larry L. Naviaux 1975 11 4 7 0 Larry L. Naviaux 1976 11 2 9 0 Larry L. Naviaux 1977 11 1 10 0 Larry L. Naviaux 1978 11 4 7 0 Walt Nadzak 1979 11 3 6 2 Walt Nadzak 1980 10 7 3 0 Walt Nadzak 1981 11 4 7 0 Walt Nadzak 1982 11 5 6 0 Walt Nadzak 1983 11 5 6 0 Tom Jackson 1984 11 3 8 0 Tom Jackson 1985 9 4 5 0 Tom Jackson 1986 11 8 3 0 Tom Jackson 1987 11 7 4 0 Tom Jackson 1988 11 7 4 0 Tom Jackson 1989 11 8 3 0 Tom Jackson 1990 11 6 5 0 Tom Jackson 1991 11 3 8 0 Tom Jackson 1992 11 5 6 0 Tom Jackson 1993 11 6 5 0 Tom Jackson 1994 11 4 7 0 Tom Jackson 1995 11 8 3 0 Skip Holtz 1996 11 5 6 Skip Holtz 1997 11 7 4 Skip Holtz 1998 13 10 3 Skip Holtz 1999 11 4 7 Randy Edsall 2000 11 3 8 Randy Edsall 2001 11 2 9 Randy Edsall 2002 12 6 6 Randy Edsall 2003 12 9 3 Randy Edsall 2004 12 8 4 Randy Edsall 2005 11 5 6 Randy Edsall 2006 12 4 8 Randy Edsall 2007 13 9 4 Randy Edsall 2008 13 8 5 Randy Edsall 2009 13 8 5 Randy Edsall 2010 13 8 5 Randy Edsall 2011 12 5 7 Paul Pasqualoni TOTAL 1044 486 510 38 CONNECTICUT IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH

2004 3-3/5th 2005 2-5/t-6th 2006 1-6/t-7th 2007 5-2/t-1st 2008 3-4/5th 2009 3-4/t-4th 2010 5-2/t-1st 2011 3-4/6th

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UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE

Location:.....................................................Louisville, Ky. Enrollment:........................................................... 23,000 Founded:.................................................................. 1798 Nickname: .........................................................Cardinals Colors: .......................................................Red and Black Web Site: ................................................UofLSports.com Stadium: ...........................Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (55,000/FieldTurf) President: ........................................... Dr. James Ramsey Director of Athletics: .....................................Tom Jurich Head Coach: ......... Charlie Strong (Central Arkansas ’82)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant SID: .........................................Rocco Gasparro Office Phone: ..........................................(502) 802-0102 Mobile: ....................................................(502) 262-2258 E-mail: .............................rocco.gasparro@louisville.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(502) 852-7401 Press Box Phone: ....................................(502) 852-6703

CARDINAL TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: ............ 7-6/5-2 BIG EAST (tied, 1st) All-Time Record: ................................ 460-433-17 (.515) All-Time BIG EAST Record:...........................24-25 (.490) BIG EAST Championships:........................ 2 (2006, 2011) Bowl Appearances: ..................................................... 15 Bowl Record: ....................................................7-8 (.467) Last Bowl Appearance: ...........................2011 Belk Bowl (Noth Carolina State 31, Louisville 24) Offensive System:...............................................Multiple Defensive System:...................................................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................46/14 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................17/7

LOUISVILLE CARDINALS

Dr. James Ramsey President

Tom Jurich Director of Athletics

Charlie Strong Head Coach

Rocco Gasparro Sports Information


LOUISVILLE STORYLINES Louisville returns 17 starters from a 2011 team that won a share of the program’s second BIG EAST championship. The Cardinals won five of their last six regularseason games in 2011. Louisville was 3-1 on the road in BIG EAST play. Each of Louisville’s six losses was to an opponent that played in the postseason last year. The Cardinals play four of their last six games at home this season. OFFENSE QB Teddy Bridgewater, who started the last 10 games of the 2011 season, was the unanimous choice as the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year last season. C Mario Benevides (34 career starts) leads a veteran offensive line that has two players who started all 13 games last year (OT Alex Kupper and OG Jake Smith). Louisville returns its top two receptions leaders from last year — WR Eli Rogers (41 catches) and WR Michaelee Harris (37 catches). WR DeVante Parker, who had a team-high six touchdown receptions, also returns.

DEFENSE Louisville returns nine starters from a defense that ranked 10th nationally against the run (103.5 ypg) and 14th in scoring (19.2 ppg) last year. The Cardinals have two All-BIG EAST First Team selections returning in the secondary. S Hakeen Smith is a two-time All-BIG EAST pick and was the 2010 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year. CB Adrien Bushell earned postseason honors for the first time last year. LB Preston Brown (84 tackles in 2011) and LB Daniel Brown (39 tackles) return, but the Cardinals will need someone to step in for All-BIG EAST Second Team LB Dexter Heyman, who led the team with 90 stops last year. The Cardinals have four regular starters returning on the defensive line. DT Roy Philon leads the returning linemen with six tackles for loss last season. SPECIAL TEAMS Louisville will feature new men at kicker and punter this year. K/P John Wallace, a redshirt freshman, is the early favorite at both spots. The Cardinals allowed a total of seven yards on punt returns in 2011.

RB Dominique Brown — who began his career as a quarterback — is expected to handle the bulk of the rushing duties in 2012.

2012 Schedule Sun., Sept. 2

Kentucky

Sat., Sept. 8

Missouri State

Sat., Sept. 15

North Carolina

Sat., Sept. 22

at Florida International

Sat., Sept. 29

at Southern Mississippi

The Governor’s Cup 3:30 p.m., ESPN Series: Kentucky leads, 14-9 Notable: Louisville snapped a four-game series slide with last year’s 24-17 win in Lexington. 6 p.m., ESPNU Series: First meeting Notable: Second of two straight games against FBS opponents for Missouri State (9/1 at Kansas State). 3:30 p.m., ABC/ESPN2 Series: Tied, 3-3 Notable: Last year’s game was scoreless until the third quarter as the Tar Heels were 14-7 winners. 7 p.m., ESPNU/ESPN3 Series: Florida International leads, 1-0 Notable: The Cardinals fell 24-17 last year despite 349 passing yards by QB Will Stein. 8 p.m., CBS SN Series: Southern Mississippi leads, 18-10-1 Notable: Cardinals have won five straight in the series, including a 31-28 win in the 2010 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl.

Sat., Oct. 13

at PITTSBURGH

Sat., Oct. 20

USF

Fri., Oct. 26

CINCINNATI

Sat., Nov. 3

TEMPLE

TBD Series: Pittsburgh leads, 8-7 Notable: Cardinals won seven straight from 19902007, but have dropped their last four to Pitt. TBD Series: USF leads, 5-4 Notable: QB Teddy Bridgewater threw three TD passes in last year’s 34-24 Cardinal win.

The Keg of Nails 8 p.m., ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Cincinnati leads, 30-21-1 Notable: Cincinnati has won the last four meetings. The teams tied for the BIG EAST title in 2011. TBD Series: Temple leads, 3-2 Notable: Louisville was a 62-0 winner in Philadelphia in the teams’ last meeting in 2006.

Sat., Nov. 10

at SYRACUSE

Sat., Nov. 24

CONNECTICUT

Thu., Nov. 29

at RUTGERS

TBD Series: Louisville leads, 6-5 Notable: The Cardinals earned their third straight series win with a 27-10 victory last year. TBD Series: Louisville leads, 5-3 Notable: The Cardinals returned the opening kickoff 100 yards on their way to a 34-20 win last year. 7:30 p.m., ESPN Series: Rutgers leads, 7-4 Notable: Louisville is 1-4 all-time at High Point Solutions Stadium.

Safety Hakeem Smith

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LOUISVILLE Charlie Strong At A Glance

Charlie Strong

Hometown: Batesville, Ark. Family: Wife – Victoria; Children - Tory, Hailee, Hope Alma Mater (Year): Central Arkansas (1982) Hired at Louisville: Dec. 9, 2009

Head Coach

Charlie Strong has brought energy and enthusiasm back to the Cardinals’ football program with his ability to motivate, teach, and recruit at the highest level. In two seasons at Louisville, Strong has guided the Cardinals to consecutive bowl appearances, and the school’s first BIG EAST title since 2006. He is only the third coach in Louisville history to guide his first two teams to bowl games and 14 wins after inheriting a team that won just 15 games in the three previous seasons. Louisville improved from 4-8 in 2009 to 7-6 records in 2010 and 2011, including bowl game appearances in the Beef `O’Brady’s Bowl in 2010 and the Belk Bowl last season. After winning a combined two league games in 2008-09, Strong led the Cardinals to three BIG EAST victories in 2010 and five in 2011. Sitting at 2-4 after a loss to Cincinnati on Oct. 15, in which Louisville had a 16-7 lead at the half, the Cardinals rattled off wins in five of their last six games, including a victory over nationally ranked West Virginia. Louisville also won its last two games of the year on the road to win a share of the BIG EAST title and qualify for the Belk Bowl. Strong guided true freshman quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to win BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and a number of freshman AllAmerican accolades. Since coming to Louisville, Strong also emphasizes the importance of academics. His teams have had at least a 2.5 GPA in every semester that he has been the head coach and saw placekicker Chris Philpott earn CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict accolades. The former long-time assistant coach with the Florida Gators became the 21st head coach at Louisville when he was officially introduced as the Cardinals’ head coach Dec. 9, 2010. Strong coached in 20 bowl games as an assistant and won a pair of national titles at Florida. He helped the Gators to national titles in 2009, with a win over Oklahoma, and in 2007 with a victory over Ohio State. He has also worked for three different head coaches who have won national championships: former Florida coach Urban Meyer, South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier and former Notre Dame head coach Lou Holtz. Prior to taking over at Louisville, Strong was considered one of the top defensive coordinators in the nation after coaching the Gators from 2003-2009 and building some of the nation’s top defenses. He had four different

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

1983-84 Graduate Assistant, Florida 1985 Graduate Assistant, Texas A&M 1986-87 Receivers Coach, Southern Illinois 1988-89 Outside Linebackers Coach, Florida 1990 Receivers Coach, Mississippi 1991-93 Defensive Ends Coach, Florida 1994 Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Tackles, Florida Defensive Line Coach, Notre Dame 1995-98 1999-2002 Defensive Coordinator, South Carolina 2003-04 Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs, Florida Assistant Head Coach/ 2005-07 Co-Defensive Coordinator, Florida 2008-09 Associate Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator, Florida 2010- Head Coach, Louisville

tenures with the Gators from 2003-09; 199194 and 1988-89, and as a graduate assistant in 1983-84. During his tenure at Florida, he coached 13 All-Americans, a National Defensive Player of the Year, a Jack Tatum Award winner, two SEC Defensive Freshmen of the Year, two Thorpe Award finalists, two Nagurski Trophy finalists and the 2008 Chevrolet Defensive Player of the Year. He has developed seven first-round NFL Draft picks and 18 players that were selected in the third round or higher. In his seven years at UF as defensive coordinator, the Gators intercepted 131 passes, the third-highest total in the nation and the most in the SEC during the last seven seasons. A tenacious recruiter, Strong was named one of the nation’s top-25 best recruiters by Rivals. com for his part in inking the 2007 signing class that was ranked No. 1 by most outlets. Since the 2003 season, Strong’s defensive units at Florida allowed an average of 17.6 points per game — which ranked ninth in the country over that span — forced a mindboggling 193 turnovers and an average of 308.6 yards per contest. From 1999-2002, Strong served as defensive coordinator at South Carolina, earning finalist honors for the Broyles Award in 2000. He guided the Gamecocks to a top-20 national ranking in total defense twice, while the 2000 squad ranked sixth in the country in scoring defense after yielding just 15.8 points per game. Strong also spent four seasons at Notre Dame, overseeing the defensive line on a defense that registered a single-season school-record 41.5 sacks in 1997.

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Against The BIG EAST (8-6) Cincinnati 0-2 Connecticut 2-0 Pittsburgh 0-2 Rutgers 2-0 USF 1-1 Syracuse 2-0 -West Virginia 1-1 Playing Career: 1979-82

Central Arkansas

Office Phone: (502) 852-7775

Assistant Coaches Vance Bedford Defensive Coordinator Shawn Watson Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Dave Borbely Offensive Line Kenny Carter Running Backs/Special Teams Ron Dugans Wide Receivers Clint Hurtt Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Brian Jean-Mary Linebackers Sherrone Moore Tight Ends Tommy Restivo Secondary

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LOUISVILLE Charlie Strong Year-By-Year YEAR 2004 * 2010 2011

SCHOOL Florida Louisville Louisville

OVERALL 0-1 7-6 7-6

CONFERENCE 0-0 3-4 5-2

BOWL Peach Bowl (lost to Miami (Fla.), 27-10) Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl (defeated Southern Mississippi, 31-28) Belk (lost to North Carolina State, 31-24)

Florida Record

0-1 0-0 .000 —

0-1 .000

Louisville Record (two years)

14-12 8-6 .538 .571

1-1 .500

Career Record (two years)

14-13 8-6 .519 .571

1-2 .333

FINAL RANK -/25

*Coached Florida in the 2004 Peach Bowl after the dismissal of Ron Zook

All-Time Louisville Coaches

Lester Larson Bruce Baker Will Duffy Bill Duncan Fred Enke Tom King Jack McGrath C.V. “Red” Money Ben Cregor Laurie Apitz Frank Camp Lee Corso T.W. Alley Vince Gibson Bob Weber Howard Schnellenberger Ron Cooper John L. Smith Bobby Petrino Steve Kragthorpe Charlie Strong

TENURE

1912-13 1914 1915-16 1921-22 1923-24 1925-30 1931 1932 1933-35 1936-42 1946-68 1969-72 1973-74 1975-79 1980-84 1985-94 1995-97 1998-02 2003-06 2007-09 2010-

Total

W

L

T

PCT

8 2 0 .800 1 4 0 .200 3 8 2 .308 4 9 1 .321 8 8 1 .500 27 21 0 .563 5 3 0 .000 0 9 0 .000 4 18 1 .196 22 29 3 .435 118 95 2 .556 28 11 3 .690 9 13 0 .409 25 29 2 .464 20 35 0 .364 54 56 2 .491 13 20 0 .394 41 21 0 .661 41 9 0 .820 15 21 0 .417 14 12 0 .538

460 433 17 .515

BIG EAST

PCT

Lee Corso

11-3 5-16 8-6

.786 .238 .519

24-25 .490

Howard Schnellenberger

Bobby Petrino

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LOUISVILLE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (7-6, 5-2 BIG EAST) Date Opponent 9/1 Murray State (ESPNU) 9/9 Florida International (ESPN) 9/17 at Kentucky (ESPNU) 10/1 Marshall (BIG EAST Network) 10/8 at North Carolina (ESPN2) 10/15 at CINCINNATI 1 (BIG EAST Network) 10/21 RUTGERS (ESPN2) 10/29 SYRACUSE (BIG EAST Network) 11/5 at WEST VIRGINIA (BIG EAST Network) 11/12 PITTSBURGH (BIG EAST Network) 11/19 at CONNECTICUT (BIG EAST Network) 11/25 at USF (ESPN2) 12/27 vs. North Carolina State 2 (ESPN)

Result W, 21-9 L, 17-24 W, 24-17 L, 13-17 L, 7-14 L, 16-25 W, 16-14 W, 27-10 W, 38-35 L, 14-21 W, 34-20 W, 34-24 L, 24-31

1 at Paul Brown Stadium 2 Belk Bowl, Charlotte, N.C.

TEAM STATISTICS

LOU OPP LOU OPP TEAM STATISTICS SCORING 285 261 Points Per Game 21.9 20.1 FIRST DOWNS 214 230 Rushing 93 86 Passing 116 126 Penalty 5 18 RUSHING YARDAGE 1580 1307 Yards gained rushing 1988 1735 Yards lost rushing 408 428 Rushing Attempts 466 435 Average Per Rush 3.4 3.0 Average Per Game 121.5 100.5 TDs Rushing 13 11 PASSING YARDAGE 2749 2956 Comp-Att-Int 243-381-13 253-422-10 Average Per Pass 7.2 7.0 Average Per Catch 11.3 11.7 Average Per Game 211.5 227.4 TDs Passing 19 20 TOTAL OFFENSE 4329 4263 Total Plays 847 857 Average Per Play 5.1 5.0 Average Per Game 333.0 327.9 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 46-1085 41-1016 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 19-94 13-7 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-115 13-165 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.6 24.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 4.9 0.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE 11.5 12.7 FUMBLES-LOST 13-9 26-11 PENALTIES-Yards 90-735 70-495 Average Per Game 56.5 38.1 PUNTS-Yards 71-2649 75-2837 Average Per Punt 37.3 37.8 Net punt average 36.4 34.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 31:58 28:02 3RD-DOWN Conversions 74/188 74/193 3rd-Down Pct 39% 38% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 7/17 9/19 4th-Down Pct 41% 47% SACKS BY-Yards 33-256 41-232 MISC YARDS 94 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 36 33 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 12-18 10-17 ON-SIDE KICKS 2-5 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES (31-37) 84% (29-36) 81% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (23-37) 62% (20-36) 56% PAT-ATTEMPTS (33-35) 94% (31-32) 97% ATTENDANCE 291225 344254 Games/Avg Per Game 6/48538 7/49179 Neutral Site Games 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS Louisville Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 86 64 46 89 285 38 96 44 83 261

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G ANDERSON, Victor 12 114 564 25 539 4.7 3 61 44.9 BROWN, Dominique 12 140 588 55 533 3.8 4 55 44.4 WRIGHT, Jeremy 12 73 357 23 334 4.6 1 29 27.8 Total 13 466 1988 408 1580 3.4 13 61 121.5 Opponents 13 435 1735 428 1307 3.0 11 50 100.5 PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD BRIDGEWATER, Teddy 13 132.44 191-296-12 64.5 2129 14 STEIN, Will 6 141.17 52-84-1 61.9 620 5 Total 13 134.02 243-381-13 63.8 2749 19 Opponents 13 129.69 253-422-10 60.0 2956 20

Lng Avg/G 58 163.8 39 103.3 58 211.5 83 227.4

RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G ROGERS, Eli 12 41 454 11.1 1 58 37.8 HARRIS, Michaelee 12 37 455 12.3 2 44 37.9 CHICHESTER, Josh 13 28 393 14.0 2 31 30.2 ANDERSON, Victor 12 28 232 8.3 1 41 19.3 BELLAMY, Josh 13 24 280 11.7 2 53 21.5 PARKER, DeVante 11 18 291 16.2 6 42 26.5 Total 13 243 2749 11.3 19 58 211.5 Opponents 13 253 2956 11.7 20 83 227.4 PUNT RETURNS RADCLIFF, Scott ROGERS, Eli Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 9 40 4.4 0 30 8 54 6.8 0 30 19 94 4.9 0 30 13 7 0.5 0 6

KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long WRIGHT, Jeremy 18 425 23.6 0 58 BUSHELL, Adrian 9 276 30.7 1 100 Total 46 1085 23.6 1 100 Opponents 41 1016 24.8 0 62 |------------ PATs ------------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points SCORING PHILPOTT, Chris 0 12-18 33-35 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 69 PARKER, DeVante 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 BROWN, Dominique 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Total 36 12-18 33-35 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 285 Opponents 33 10-17 31-32 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 261 TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G BRIDGEWATER, Teddy 13 385 66 2129 2195 168.8 STEIN, Will 6 108 6 620 626 104.3 Total 13 847 1580 2749 4329 333.0 Opponents 13 857 1307 2956 4263 327.9 FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk PHILPOTT, Chris 12-18 66.7 1-1 1-1 6-8 2-5 2-3 52 0 PUNTING BLESER, Josh PHILPOTT, Chris Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 45 1726 38.4 53 3 18 17 1 25 923 36.9 67 0 11 6 0 71 2649 37.3 67 3 29 23 1 75 2837 37.8 59 8 21 21 2

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G 76.9 ANDERSON, Victor 12 539 232 0 152 0 923 WRIGHT, Jeremy 12 334 27 0 425 0 786 65.5 BROWN, Dominique 12 533 98 0 12 0 643 53.6 ROGERS, Eli 12 0 454 54 0 0 508 42.3 Total 13 1580 2749 94 1085 115 5623 432.5 Opponents 13 1307 2956 7 1016 165 5451 419.3 DEFENSE HEYMAN, Dexter SMITH, Hakeem BROWN, Preston EVANS, Mike BUSHELL, Adrian Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 13 56 34 90 16.0-61 13 59 25 84 4.0-19 13 52 32 84 5.0-17 13 34 17 51 2.5-4 10 38 12 50 2.5-17 13 518 272 790 92-407 13 521 324 845 97.0-373

Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 4.5-34 3-18 1 . . 1 . . . 1-9 9 . 1-0 3 . . 1.5-10 . . . . . . . . 2-63 3 . 1-0 . . . . 1-0 3 . . 1 2 . 33-256 10-115 34 4 10-36 14 4 . 41-232 13-165 32 14 8-0 6 3 .

Returning players in italics

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LOUISVILLE YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1912 4 3 1 0 Lester Larson 1913 6 5 1 0 Lester Larson 1914 5 1 4 0 Bruce Baker 1915 7 1 5 1 Will Duffy 1916 6 2 3 1 Will Duffy 1917 No Games Played 1918 No Games Played 1919 No Games Played 1920 No Games Played 1921 5 2 2 1 Bill Duncan 1922 9 2 7 0 Bill Duncan 1923 8 5 3 0 Fred Enke 1924 9 3 5 1 Fred Enke 1925 8 8 0 0 Tom King 1926 8 6 2 0 Tom King 1927 8 4 4 0 Tom King 1928 8 1 7 0 Tom King 1929 8 3 5 0 Tom King 1930 8 5 3 0 Tom King 1931 8 5 3 0 Jack McGrath 1932 9 0 9 0 C.V. “Red” Money 1933 8 1 7 0 Ben Cregor 1934 7 2 5 0 Ben Cregor 1935 8 1 6 1 Ben Cregor 1936 8 4 4 0 Laurie Apitz 1937 8 2 5 1 Laurie Apitz 1938 8 2 6 0 Laurie Apitz 1939 8 5 2 1 Laurie Apitz 1940 9 3 5 1 Laurie Apitz 1941 8 4 4 0 Laurie Apitz 1942 4 2 3 0 Laurie Apitz 1943 No Games Played 1944 No Games Played 1945 No Games Played 1946 8 6 2 0 Frank Camp 1947 9 7 0 1 Frank Camp 1948 10 5 5 0 Frank Camp 1949 11 8 3 0 Frank Camp 1950 10 3 6 1 Frank Camp 1951 9 5 4 0 Frank Camp 1952 8 3 5 0 Frank Camp 1953 8 1 7 0 Frank Camp 1954 9 3 6 0 Frank Camp 1955 9 7 2 0 Frank Camp 1956 9 6 3 0 Frank Camp 1957 10 9 1 0 Frank Camp Sun 1958 8 4 4 0 Frank Camp 1959 10 6 4 0 Frank Camp 1960 9 7 2 0 Frank Camp 1961 9 6 3 0 Frank Camp 1962 10 6 4 0 Frank Camp 1963 10 3 7 0 Frank Camp 1964 10 1 9 0 Frank Camp 1965 10 6 4 0 Frank Camp 1966 10 6 4 0 Frank Camp 1967 10 5 5 0 Frank Camp 1968 10 5 5 0 Frank Camp 1969 10 5 4 1 Lee Corso 1970 12 8 3 1 Lee Corso Pasadena 1971 10 6 3 1 Lee Corso 1972 10 9 1 0 Lee Corso 1973 11 5 6 0 T.W. Alley 1974 11 4 7 0 T.W. Alley 1975 11 2 9 0 Vince Gibson 1976 11 5 6 0 Vince Gibson 1977 12 7 4 1 Vince Gibson Independence 1978 11 7 4 0 Vince Gibson 1979 11 4 6 1 Vince Gibson 1980 11 5 6 0 Bob Weber 1981 11 5 6 0 Bob Weber 1982 11 5 6 0 Bob Weber 1983 11 3 8 0 Bob Weber 1984 11 2 9 0 Bob Weber 1985 11 2 9 0 Howard Schnellenberger

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YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1986 11 3 8 0 Howard Schnellenberger 1987 11 3 7 1 Howard Schnellenberger 1988 11 8 3 0 Howard Schnellenberger 1989 11 6 5 0 Howard Schnellenberger 1990 12 10 1 1 Howard Schnellenberger Fiesta 1991 11 2 9 0 Howard Schnellenberger 1992 11 5 6 0 Howard Schnellenberger 1993 12 9 3 0 Howard Schnellenberger Liberty 1994 11 6 5 0 Howard Schnellenberger 1995 11 7 4 0 Ron Cooper 1996 11 5 6 Ron Cooper 1997 11 1 10 Ron Cooper 1998 12 7 5 John L. Smith Motor City 1999 12 7 5 John L. Smith Humanitarian 2000 12 9 3 John L. Smith Liberty 2001 13 11 2 John L. Smith Liberty 2002 13 7 6 John L. Smith GMAC 2003 13 9 4 Bobby Petrino GMAC 2004 12 11 1 Bobby Petrino Liberty 2005 12 9 3 Bobby Petrino Toyota Gator 2006 13 12 1 Bobby Petrino FedEx Orange 2007 12 6 6 Steve Kragthorpe 2008 12 5 7 Steve Kragthorpe 2009 12 4 8 Steve Kragthorpe 2010 13 7 6 Charlie Strong Beef ‘O’ Brady’s 2011 13 7 6 Charlie Strong Belk TOTAL 910 460 433 17 LOUISVILLE IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 2005 5-2/2nd 2006 6-1/1st 2007 3-4/t-5th 2008 1-6/t-7th 2009 1-6/t-7th 2010 3-4/t-5th 2011 5-2/t-1st

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UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

Location:...................................................Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment:........................................................... 28,766 Founded:.................................................................. 1787 Nickname: ......................................................... Panthers Colors: .......................................................Blue and Gold Web Site: .................................. PittsburghPanthers.com Stadium: ................................Heinz Field (65,050/Grass) President: ....................................... Mark A. Nordenberg Director of Athletics: ............................. Steve Pederson Head Coach: ........................ Paul Chryst (Wisconsin ’88)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Senior Associate AD: ................................. E.J. Borghetti Office Phone: ..........................................(412) 648-8240 Mobile: ....................................................(412) 434-4991 E-mail: ............................. eborghetti@athletics.pitt.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(412) 648-8248 Press Box Phone: ....................................(412) 697-7198

PANTHER TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: ............6-7/4-3 BIG EAST (tied, 4th) All-Time Record: ................................ 677-490-42 (.577) All-Time BIG EAST Record:...........................67-74 (.475) BIG EAST Championships:........................ 2 (2005, 2010) Bowl Appearances: ..................................................... 28 Bowl Record: ................................................12-16 (.429) Last Bowl Appearance: ......... 2012 BBVA Compass Bowl (SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6) Offensive System:.............................................. Pro Style Defensive System:...................................................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................52/19 Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................14/10

PITTSBURGH PANTHERS

Mark A. Nordenberg President

Steve Pederson Director of Athletics

Paul Chryst Head Coach

E.J. Borghetti Athletic Communications


PITTSBURGH STORYLINES Former Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst enters his first year as Pittsburgh’s head coach, replacing Todd Graham. Graham resigned after one year to take the head coaching job at Arizona State. Pitt has made four straight postseason appearances. The Panthers played in the BBVA Compass Bowl in each of the last two seasons. The Panthers were 5-0 last year when they scored at least 33 points and 1-7 when they were held to fewer than 33 points. Pittsburgh has finished with a winning record in BIG EAST play in each of the last four years. OFFENSE RB Ray Graham was the BIG EAST rushing leader — and was ranked second nationally (134.1 ypg) — until he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the eighth game of the season. Graham was an All-BIG EAST First Team pick despite missing four games. QB Tino Sunseri has started Pittsburgh’s last 26 games behind center and enters his third year as the Panthers’ starter.

DEFENSE Pittsburgh has had four players named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year in the last four years (two players shared the honor in 2009). All-BIG EAST First Team FS Jarred Holley — a two-time all-conference selection — leads a 2012 defense that has just four returning starters from last year. DE Aaron Donald — an All-BIG EAST Second Team choice last year — finished second in the BIG EAST in sacks (11.0) and tackles for loss (16.0) last season. He is the lone returning starter on the defensive line. CB K’Waun Williams and SS Andrew Taglianetti join Holley to comprise one of the most experienced defensive backfields in the BIG EAST. SPECIAL TEAMS K Kevin Harper ranked second in the BIG EAST in field goals (21) and P Matt Yoklic was second in punting average last year (41.2 ypp). Both return in 2012. DB Buddy Jackson averaged 23.6 yards on kickoff returns last season, good for sixth in the BIG EAST.

WR Devin Street (53 catches, 754 yards) and WR Mike Shanahan (39 catches, 493 yards) , who both return in 2012, were Pittsbugh’s top two receivers last season.

2012 Schedule Sat., Sept. 1

Youngstown State

Thu., Sept. 6

at CINCINNATI

Sat., Sept. 15

Virginia Tech

Sat., Sept. 22

Gardner-Webb

6 p.m., ESPN3 Series: Pittsburgh leads, 2-0 Notable: The Panthers have won two previous meetings by a combined score of 79-3. The River City Rivalry 8 p.m., ESPN Series: Pittsburgh leads, 8-3 Notable: Pittsburgh was a 28-10 winner in its last trip to Nippert Stadium in 2010.

Noon, ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU Series: Virginia Tech leads, 7-4 Notable: Teams met every year from 1993-2003. Pitt has won three straight against the Hokies. 3:30 p.m., ESPN3 Series: First meeting Notable: Bulldog assistants Ron Dickerson and Tony Pierce both previously coached at Pittsburgh.

Fri., Oct. 5

at SYRACUSE

7 p.m., ESPN Series: Pittsburgh leads, 34-30-3 Notable: The Panthers have taken seven straight in the series after last year’s 33-20 win.

Sat., Oct. 13

LOUISVILLE

Sat., Oct. 20

at Buffalo

Sat., Oct. 27

TEMPLE

TBD Series: Pittsburgh leads, 8-7 Notable: Pittsburgh looks for its fifth straight series win against the Cardinals. 3:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: Pittsburgh leads, 3-0 Notable: The Panthers were 54-27 winners in their last trip to Buffalo in 2009. TBD Series: Pittsburgh leads, 26-8-1 Notable: First meeting since 2004. Pittsburgh has won six straight in the series.

Sat., Nov. 3

at Notre Dame

Fri., Nov. 9

at CONNECTICUT

3:30 p.m., NBC Series: Notre Dame leads, 46-20-1 Notable: The Panthers have won in two of their last three trips to Notre Dame.

8 p.m., ESPN2 Series: Tied, 4-4 Notable: Pittsburgh is 1-3 all-time at Rentschler Field. The Panthers were 35-20 winners at home last year.

Sat., Nov. 24

RUTGERS

TBD Series: Pittsburgh leads, 21-8 Notable: The last four Pittsburgh-Rutgers games have produced an average of 58.8 points.

Sat., Dec. 1

Running back Ray Graham

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at USF

TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Pittsburgh leads, 6-3 Notable: Pittsburgh has won four straight against the Bulls, including two straight in Tampa.

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PITTSBURGH Paul Chryst At A Glance

Paul Chryst

Hometown: Madison, Wis. Family: Wife – Robin; Children - Katy, JoJo, Danny Alma Mater (Year): Wisconsin (1988) Hired at Pittsburgh: Dec. 22, 2011

Head Coach

Paul Chryst, who built a reputation as one of the most respected coordinators in college football, was named the new head coach at the University of Pittsburgh Dec. 22, 2011. His 23-year coaching career includes 16 seasons on the collegiate level and seven years in the professional ranks. The 46-year-old Chryst takes over at Pitt following an exceptional eight-year tenure at Wisconsin (2002, 2005-11) where he gained acclaim as one of the country’s finest offensive teachers and strategists. The Badgers compiled a 60-19 record (.759) during his six seasons overseeing the offense, which annually ranked among the nation’s most prolific and efficient units. In 2011, Chryst helped Wisconsin to an 11-3 record and its second consecutive Big Ten title and Rose Bowl berth. The Badgers featured a powerful offense that set no fewer than a dozen school records, including points per game (44.1), total offense (469.9 ypg), total rushing yards (3,298) and total passing yards (3,280). Over the past three seasons (2009-11), Wisconsin achieved the Big Ten’s best record (32-8, .800) while averaging 39.2 points during that span. Chryst, who also coached the Badger quarterbacks, was named a finalist for the prestigious Broyles Award, annually presented to college football’s top assistant, each of the past two seasons. Chryst’s 2011 Wisconsin offense featured two of the country’s most explosive performers — running back Montee Ball and quarterback Russell Wilson. Ball, a first team All-America and Heisman Trophy finalist, led the nation in total rushing yards (1,923) and scoring (39 touchdowns, 16.71 points per game). The 2011 Badgers offense produced three first team All-Americans (Montee Ball, center Peter Konz and guard Kevin Zeitler). Since 2006, Wisconsin offensive players have earned nine first-team All-America citations. Three of Chryst’s offensive pupils have won national awards, including a pair of Outland Trophy winners (tackles Joe Thomas in 2006 and Gabe Carimi in 2010) and a Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner (quarterback Scott Tolzien in 2010). Wisconsin’s offense also enjoyed a recordsetting year in 2010. The Badgers ranked fifth nationally in scoring at 41.5 points per game, demolishing the school record by more than a touchdown per contest. In Big Ten play, Wisconsin averaged 45.2 points in eight league

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

games, the second-best average in Big Ten history. Prior to 2010, Wisconsin had not scored 70 points in a game since 1915. The Badgers did it in three different games during the 2010 campaign. Also in 2010, Wisconsin nearly became the first team in FBS history to have three different players rush for at least 1,000 yards in the same season (James White, 1,052 yards; John Clay, 1,012; Montee Ball, 996). Chryst was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oregon State during the 2003 and 2004 seasons. The 2003 Beavers became the first team in NCAA Division I history to have a 4,000-yard passer, 1,500-yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers. Chryst initially came to Wisconsin in 2002 after a three-year stint in the NFL as tight ends coach with the San Diego Chargers from 19992001. Previously, Chryst held collegiate assistant coaching positions at Oregon State (1997-98), Illinois State (1995) and UW-Platteville (1993). He was also a graduate assistant under Don Nehlen at West Virginia (1989-90). Chryst’s other coaching posts in professional football included time with the Canadian Football League’s Saskatchewan Roughriders (1996) and Ottawa Rough Riders (1994), as well as the World League’s San Antonio Riders (1991-92). Chryst was a three-year football letterman as a quarterback at Wisconsin, where he earned a degree in political science in 1988. He added a master’s degree in educational administration from West Virginia in 1990.

1989-90 Graduate Assistant, West Virginia 1991-92 Wide Receivers/Running Backs/ Tight Ends Coach, San Antonio Riders (WLAF) 1993 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach, Wisconsin-Platteville 1994 Quarterbacks Coach, Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) 1996 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach, Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, 1997-98 Oregon State 1999-2001 Tight Ends Coach, San Diego Chargers (NFL) 2002 Tight Ends Coach, Wisconsin 2003-04 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Oregon State 2005 Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, 2006-11 Wisconsin Head Coach, Pittsburgh 2012-

Against The BIG EAST (0-0)

Cincinnati 0-0 Connecticut 0-0 Louisville 0-0 Rutgers 0-0 USF 0-0 Syracuse 0-0 Temple 0-0 Playing Career: 1984-87 Wisconsin Office Phone: (412) 648-8700

Assistant Coaches Joe Rudolph Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends Dave Huxtable Defensive Coordinator Brooks Bollinger Quarterbacks Inoke Breckterfield Defensive Line Bobby Engram Wide Receivers Chris Haering Linebackers Matt House Secondary Jim Hueber Offensive Line Desmond Robinson Running Backs

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PITTSBURGH Paul Chryst Year-By-Year YEAR

SCHOOL

First year as head coach in 2012

OVERALL

All-Time Pittsburgh Coaches

No Coach Anson F. Harold No Coach J.P. Linn George W. Hoskins Thomas G. Trenchard Dr. Fred A. Robinson Dr. M. Roy Jackson Wilbur D. Hockensmith Frederick J. Crolius Arthur St. Ledger Mosse E.R. Wingard John A. Moorhead Joseph H. Thompson Joseph M. Duff Jr. Glenn S. “Pop” Warner Dr. “Jock” Sutherland Charles W. Bowser Clark D. Shaughnessy Wesley E. Fesler Walter S. Milligan Leonard J. Casanova Tom Hamliton Lowell P. “Red” Dawson John P. Michelosen David R. Hart Carl A. DePasqua John Majors Jackie Sherill Serafino “Foge” Fazio Mike Gottfried Paul Hackett Sal Sunseri John Majors Walt Harris Dave Wannstedt Phil Bennett Todd Graham Keith Patterson

TENURE

1890-92 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898-99 1900 1901 1902 1903-05 1906 1907 1908-12 1913-14 1915-23 1924-38 1939-42 1943-45 1946 1947-49 1950 1951,54 1952-54 1955-65 1966-68 1969-72 1973-76 1977-81 1982-85 1986-89 * 1989-92 * 1992 * 1993-96 1997-04 2005-10 * 2010 * 2011 * 2011 *

Total

CONFERENCE

W

L

BOWL

T

PCT

7 9 0 .438 1 4 0 .200 1 1 0 .500 1 6 0 .143 3 6 0 .333 1 3 0 .250 8 3 2 .692 5 4 0 .556 7 2 1 .750 5 6 1 .458 20 10 1 .661 6 4 0 .600 8 2 0 .800 30 14 2 .674 14 3 1 .806 60 11 4 .827 111 20 12 .819 14 20 1 .414 10 17 0 .370 3 5 1 .389 13 14 0 .481 1 8 0 .111 7 9 0 .438 9 11 1 .452 56 49 7 .531 3 27 0 .100 13 29 0 .310 33 13 1 .713 50 9 1 .842 25 18 3 .576 26 17 2 .578 13 20 1 .397 0 1 0 .000 12 32 0 .273 52 44 0 .542 42 31 .575 1 0 1.000 6 6 .500 0 1 .000

677 490 42 .577

FINAL RANK

BIG EAST

PCT

Pop Warner

Jock Sutherland

4-5-0 0-0-0 7-21-0 28-27-0 24-18

.444 .000 .250 .509 .571

4-3

.571

67-74-0 .475

* Paul Hackett coached Pittsburgh in the 1989 John Hancock Bowl (31-28 win against Texas A&M). Sal Sunseri coached Pittsburgh in the final regular-season game of the 1992 season. Phil Bennett coached Pittsburgh in the 2010-11 BBVA Compass Bowl (27-10 win against Kentucky). Keith Patterson coached Pittsburgh in the 2011-12 BBVA Compass Bowl (28-6 loss to SMU). Dave Wannstedt

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PITTSBURGH INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (6-7, 4-3 BIG EAST) Date Opponent 9/3 Buffalo (ESPN3) 9/10 Maine (ESPN3) 9/17 at Iowa (ESPN2) 9/24 Notre Dame (ABC) 9/29 USF (ESPN/ESPN3D) 10/8 at RUTGERS (ESPNU) 10/15 Utah (ESPNU) 10/26 CONNECTICUT (ESPN) 11/5 CINCINNATI (ESPNU) 11/12 at LOUISVILLE (BIG EAST Network) 11/25 at WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN) 12/3 SYRACUSE (ESPN2) 1/7 vs. SMU 1 (ESPN)

Result W, 35-10 W, 35-29 L, 27-31 L, 12-15 W, 44-17 L, 10-34 L, 14-26 W, 35-20 L, 23-26 W, 21-14 L, 20-21 W, 33-20 L, 6-28

1 BBVA Compass Bowl, Birmingham, Ala.

TEAM STATISTICS

PITT OPP SCORING 315 297 24.2 22.8 Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS 259 254 Rushing 99 83 Passing 143 151 Penalty 17 20 RUSHING YARDAGE 1824 1520 Yards gained rushing 2372 1930 Yards lost rushing 548 410 Rushing Attempts 518 465 Average Per Rush 3.5 3.3 Average Per Game 140.3 116.9 TDs Rushing 21 17 PASSING YARDAGE 2727 3038 Comp-Att-Int 263-426-14 273-448-8 Average Per Pass 6.4 6.8 Average Per Catch 10.4 11.1 Average Per Game 209.8 233.7 TDs Passing 12 16 TOTAL OFFENSE 4551 4558 Total Plays 944 913 Average Per Play 4.8 5.0 Average Per Game 350.1 350.6 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 52-1117 55-1009 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 27-165 18-85 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 8-116 14-178 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 21.5 18.3 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.1 4.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 14.5 12.7 FUMBLES-LOST 25-8 21-13 PENALTIES-Yards 69-513 79-725 Average Per Game 39.5 55.8 PUNTS-Yards 72-2848 81-3280 Average Per Punt 39.6 40.5 Net punt average 36.4 36.5 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 28:51 31:09 3RD-DOWN Conversions 65/193 63/191 3rd-Down Pct 34% 33% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 5/12 10/20 4th-Down Pct 42% 50% SACKS BY-Yards 43-270 63-418 MISC YARDS 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 36 35 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 21-31 17-21 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 1-4 RED-ZONE SCORES (42-46) 91% (32-37) 86% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (29-46) 63% (22-37) 59% PAT-ATTEMPTS (32-33) 97% (32-32) 100% ATTENDANCE 368022 228917 Games/Avg Per Game 8/46003 4/57229 Neutral Site Games 1/29726 SCORE BY QUARTERS Pittsburgh Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 111 53 89 62 315 47 63 87 100 297

RUSHING GRAHAM,Ray BROWN,Zach BENNETT,Isaac Total Opponents

GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 8 164 991 33 958 5.8 9 75 119.8 12 82 357 21 336 4.1 5 36 28.0 6 58 241 4 237 4.1 2 20 39.5 13 518 2372 548 1824 3.5 21 75 140.3 13 465 1930 410 1520 3.3 17 79 116.9

PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD SUNSERI,Tino 13 124.09 247-385-11 64.2 2616 10 ANDERSON,Trey 4 32.18 12-33-3 36.4 55 0 Total 13 118.23 263-426-14 61.7 2727 12 Opponents 13 126.11 273-448-8 60.9 3038 16 RECEIVING STREET,Devin SHANAHAN,Mike GRAHAM,Ray GRAHAM,Hubie Total Opponents

G 13 13 8 13 13 13

PUNT RETURNS JONES,Ronald Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 14 93 6.6 0 22 27 165 6.1 1 22 18 85 4.7 0 36

Lng Avg/G 66 201.2 14 13.8 66 209.8 63 233.7

No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 53 754 14.2 2 66 58.0 39 493 12.6 4 27 37.9 30 200 6.7 0 15 25.0 28 325 11.6 3 29 25.0 263 2727 10.4 12 66 209.8 273 3038 11.1 16 63 233.7

KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD JACKSON,Buddy 23 543 23.6 1 DAVIS,Corey 17 359 21.1 0 Total 52 1117 21.5 1 Opponents 55 1009 18.3 0

Long 98 36 98 73

|------------ PATs ------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points HARPER,Kevin 0 21-31 32-33 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 95 GRAHAM,Ray 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 BROWN,Zach 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 SHANAHAN,Mike 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 26 SUNSERI,Tino 4 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 1-1 0 0 26 Total 36 21-31 32-33 1-2 1 1-1 0 0 315 Opponents 35 17-21 32-32 1-1 1 1-2 0 0 297 TOTAL OFFENSE SUNSERI,Tino GRAHAM,Ray BROWN,Zach BENNETT,Isaac JONES,Ronald Total Opponents FIELD GOALS HARPER,Kevin

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 13 539 86 2616 2702 207.8 8 164 958 0 958 119.8 12 82 336 0 336 28.0 6 58 237 0 237 39.5 12 17 67 51 118 9.8 13 944 1824 2727 4551 350.1 13 913 1520 3038 4558 350.6

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 21-31 67.7 0-0 6-7 8-10 6-11 1-3 52

PUNTING YOKLIC,Matt Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 62 2554 41.2 58 5 23 21 1 72 2848 39.6 58 7 24 25 1 81 3280 40.5 62 8 22 28 1

ALL PURPOSE GRAHAM,Ray STREET,Devin JACKSON,Buddy Total Opponents

G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G 8 958 200 0 35 0 1193 149.1 13 25 754 0 0 0 779 59.9 13 0 0 0 543 0 543 41.8 13 1824 2727 165 1117 116 5949 457.6 13 1520 3038 85 1009 178 5830 448.5

DEFENSE GRUDER,Max HOLLEY,Jarred WILLIAMS,K’Waun ALECXIH,Chas ROBERTS,Tristan Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 13 58 58 116 8.5-22 13 40 27 67 5.0-27 13 49 15 64 5.0-12 13 32 26 58 15.5-61 13 32 25 57 2.0-3 13 537 366 903 98-420 13 598 363 961 110.0-530

Blk 0

Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 0.5-4 . 3 4 . . . . 2.0-15 1-26 3 . . 1 . . 0.5-2 1-5 6 1 1-0 3 . . 6.5-43 1-47 4 5 . 2 . . . . . 2 2-0 . . . 43-270 8-116 47 51 13-20 12 1 . 63-418 14-178 41 53 7-0 16 1 .

Returning players in italics

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PITTSBURGH YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1890 3 1 2 0 None 1891 7 2 5 0 None 1892 6 4 2 0 None 1893 5 1 4 0 Anson F. Harrold 1894 2 1 1 0 None 1895 7 1 6 0 J.P. Linn 1896 9 3 6 0 George W. Hoskins 1897 4 1 3 0 Thomas Gawthrop Trenchard 1898 8 5 2 1 Dr. Fred Robinson 1899 5 3 1 1 Dr. Fred Robinson 1900 9 5 4 0 Dr. M. Roy Jackson 1901 10 7 2 1 Wilbur D. Hockensmith 1902 12 5 6 1 Frederick Joseph Crolius 1903 9 0 8 1 Arthur St. L. Mosse 1904 10 10 0 0 Arthur St. L. Mosse 1905 12 10 2 0 Arthur St. L. Mosse 1906 10 6 4 0 E.R. Wingard 1907 10 8 2 0 John A. Moorhead 1908 11 8 3 0 Joseph H. Thompson 1909 9 6 2 1 Joseph H. Thompson 1910 9 9 0 0 Joseph H. Thompson 1911 8 4 3 1 Joseph H. Thompson 1912 9 3 6 0 Joseph H. Thompson 1913 9 6 2 1 Joseph M. Duff 1914 9 8 1 0 Joseph M. Duff 1915 8 8 0 0 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1916 8 8 0 0 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1917 9 9 0 0 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1918 5 4 1 0 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1919 9 6 2 1 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1920 8 6 0 2 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1921 9 5 3 1 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1922 10 8 2 0 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1923 9 5 4 0 Glenn Scobey “Pop” Warner 1924 9 5 3 1 Jock Sutherland 1925 9 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1926 9 5 2 2 Jock Sutherland 1927 10 8 1 1 Jock Sutherland Rose 1928 9 6 2 1 Jock Sutherland 1929 10 9 1 0 Jock Sutherland Rose 1930 9 6 2 1 Jock Sutherland 1931 9 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1932 11 8 1 2 Jock Sutherland Rose 1933 9 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1934 9 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1935 10 7 1 2 Jock Sutherland 1936 10 8 1 1 Jock Sutherland Rose 1937 10 9 0 1 Jock Sutherland 1938 10 8 2 0 Jock Sutherland 1939 9 5 4 0 Charles W. Bowser 1940 8 3 4 1 Charles W. Bowser 1941 9 3 6 0 Charles W. Bowser 1942 9 3 6 0 Charles W. Bowser 1943 8 3 5 0 Clark D. Shaughnessy 1944 9 4 5 0 Clark D. Shaughnessy 1945 10 3 7 0 Clark D. Shaughnessy 1946 9 3 5 1 Wesley E. Fesler 1947 9 1 8 0 Walter S. Milligan 1948 9 6 3 0 Walter S. Milligan 1949 9 6 3 0 Walter S. Milligan 1950 9 1 8 0 Leonard J. Casanova 1951 10 3 7 0 Tom Hamilton 1952 9 6 3 0 Lowell P. “Red” Dawson 1953 9 3 5 1 Lowell P. “Red” Dawson 1954 9 4 5 0 Lowell P. “Red” Dawson/Tom Hamilton 1955 11 7 4 0 John Michelosen Sugar 1956 11 7 3 1 John Michelosen Gator 1957 10 4 6 0 John Michelosen 1958 10 5 4 1 John Michelosen 1959 10 6 4 0 John Michelosen 1960 10 4 3 3 John Michelosen 1961 10 3 7 0 John Michelosen 1962 10 5 5 0 John Michelosen 1963 10 9 1 0 John Michelosen

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YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1964 10 3 5 2 John Michelosen 1965 10 3 7 0 John Michelosen 1966 10 1 9 0 David R. Hart 1967 10 1 9 0 David R. Hart 1968 10 1 9 0 David R. Hart 1969 10 4 6 0 Carl A. DePasqua 1970 10 5 5 0 Carl A. DePasqua 1971 11 3 8 0 Carl A. DePasqua 1972 11 1 10 0 Carl A. DePasqua 1973 12 6 5 1 Johnny Majors Fiesta 1974 11 7 4 0 Johnny Majors 1975 12 8 4 0 Johnny Majors Sun 1976 12 12 0 0 Johnny Majors Sugar 1977 12 9 2 1 Jackie Sherrill Gator 1978 12 8 4 0 Jackie Sherrill Tangerine 1979 12 11 1 0 Jackie Sherrill Fiesta 1980 12 11 1 0 Jackie Sherrill Gator 1981 12 11 1 0 Jackie Sherrill Sugar 1982 12 9 3 0 “Foge” Fazio Cotton 1983 12 8 3 1 “Foge” Fazio Fiesta 1984 11 3 7 1 “Foge” Fazio 1985 11 5 5 1 “Foge” Fazio 1986 11 5 5 1 Mike Gottfried 1987 12 8 4 0 Mike Gottfried Bluebonnet 1988 11 6 5 0 MIke Gottfried 1989 12 8 3 1 Mike Gottfried/Paul Hackett * John Hancock 1990 11 3 7 1 Paul Hackett 1991 11 6 5 0 Paul Hackett 1992 12 3 9 0 Paul Hackett/Sal Sunseri * 1993 11 3 8 0 John Majors 1994 11 3 8 0 Johnny Majors 1995 11 2 9 0 Johnny Majors 1996 11 4 7 Johnny Majors 1997 12 6 6 Walt Harris Liberty 1998 11 2 9 Walt Harris 1999 11 5 6 Walt Harris 2000 12 7 5 Walt Harris Insight.com 2001 12 7 5 Walt Harris Tangerine 2002 13 9 4 Walt Harris Insight 2003 13 8 5 Walt Harris Continental Tire 2004 12 8 4 Walt Harris Fiesta 2005 11 5 Dave Wannstedt 2006 12 6 Dave Wannstedt 2007 12 5 Dave Wannstedt 13 9 4 Dave Wannstedt Brut Sun 2008 2009 13 10 3 Dave Wannstedt Meineke Car Care 2010 13 8 5 Dave Wannstedt/Phil Bennett * BBVA Compass 2011 13 6 7 Todd Graham/Keth Patterson * BBVA Compass TOTAL 1209 677 490 42 * Tom Hamilton replaced Lowell P. “Red” Dawson after three games in the 1954 season; Paul Hackett replaced Mike Gottfried for the John Hancock Bowl in the 1989 season; Sal Sunseri replaced Paul Hackett for the final game of the 1992 season; Phil Bennett replaced Dave Wannstedt for the BBVA Compass Bowl in the 2010-11 season.

PITTSBURGH IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 1991 3-2-0 1992 1-3-0 1993 2-5-0/6th 1994 2-5-0/7th 1995 0-7-0/8th 1996 3-4/5th 1997 4-3/t-3rd 1998 0-7/8th 1999 2-5/t-6th 2000 4-3/t-3rd 2001 4-3/t-3rd

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2002 5-2/3rd 2003 5-2/3rd 2004 4-2/t-1st 2005 4-3/t-3rd 2006 2-5/6th 2007 3-4/t-5th 2008 5-2/t-2nd 2009 5-2/t-2nd 2010 5-2/t-1st 2011 4-3/t-4th


RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

Location:..........................................New Brunswick, N.J. Enrollment:........................................................... 37,364 Founded:.................................................................. 1766 Nickname: ............................................... Scarlet Knights Colors: .................................................................. Scarlet Web Site: ...........................................ScarletKnights.com Stadium: ..... High Point Solutions Stadium (52,454/FieldTurf) President: ................................Dr. Richard L. McCormick Director of Athletics: .................................. Tim Pernetti Head Coach: ................................... Kyle Flood (Iona ’93)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant AD/Athletic Communications: .... Jason Baum Office Phone: ..........................................(732) 445-4200 Mobile: ....................................................(201) 966-6338 E-mail: ................................. jbaum@scarletknights.com SID Fax: ...................................................(732) 445-3063 Press Box Phone: ....................................(732) 445-7028

SCARLET KNIGHT TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: ............9-4/4-3 BIG EAST (tied, 4th) All-Time Record: ................................ 616-605-42 (.504) All-Time BIG EAST Record:....................... 43-99-1 (.304) BIG EAST Championships:.......................................None Bowl Appearances: ....................................................... 7 Bowl Record: ....................................................5-2 (.860) Last Bowl Appearance: .....2011 New Era Pinstripe Bowl (Rutgers 27, Iowa State 13) Offensive System:.............................................. Pro Style Defensive System:...................................................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................43/14 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................15/9

RUTGERS SCARLET KNIGHTS

Dr. Richard L. McCormick President

Tim Pernetti Director of Athletics

Kyle Flood Head Coach

Jason Baum Athletic Communications


RUTGERS 2012 Schedule

STORYLINES Kyle Flood, who had served as Rutgers’ offensive line coach, was promoted to head coach after Greg Schiano stepped down to coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

DEFENSE Rutgers has eight starters back, including three All-BIG EAST picks, from last year’s defense, which ranked 13th nationally in yards allowed (314.4 ypg) and 12th in scoring (18.8 ppg).

Rutgers was picked eighth in last year’s BIG EAST media poll, but had a chance to win the conference title in its last regular-season game and returned to postseason play for the sixth time in seven years. The Scarlet Knights beat Iowa State in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

LB Khaseem Greene became the first Rutgers player to be named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year. Greene, who led the BIG EAST with 141 tackles last year, looks to bounce back from an ankle injury he suffered in the fourth quarter of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

Thu., Sept. 13

at USF

The Scarlet Knights return 15 starters from last year’s team — the most of any BIG EAST squad.

S Duron Harmon joined Greene on the All-BIG EAST First Team. Harmon was second in the conference with five interceptions last year.

7:30 p.m., ESPN Series: Rutgers leads, 5-2 Notable: Rutgers trailed 17-3 in the fourth quarter last year before taking a 20-17 OT win.

OFFENSE Rutgers relied on two quarterbacks regularly last year. QB Chas Dodd made eight starts, while QB Gary Nova started five games as a true freshman.

CB Logan Ryan, an All-BIG EAST Second Team pick last year, led the conference with 16 passes defended.

Sat., Sept. 22

at Arkansas

Rutgers returns its top three rushers from last season, including RB Jawan Jamison, who went for 897 yards and nine touchdowns. The Scarlet Knights will have to replace WR Mohamed Sanu, who shattered the BIG EAST single-season record with 115 catches last year. WR Brandon Coleman averaged 32.5 yards per catch last year and leads a deep group of returning players at wideout.

Thu., Sept. 1

at Tulane

Sat., Sept. 8

Howard

8 p.m., CBS SN Series: Rutgers leads, 3-2 Notable: Rutgers has lost its last two to the Green Wave, but won 45-40 in New Orleans in 1995. 3:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: Rutgers leads, 2-0 Notable: Rutgers has won the first two meetings by a combined score of 101-14.

TBD Series: First meeting Notable: First game for Arkansas against a BIG EAST opponent since 1991.

Sat., Oct. 6

at CONNECTICUT

SPECIAL TEAMS Rutgers’ special teams units blocked nine kicks last season and have 24 blocks in the last three seasons. The Scarlet Knight had just one of their own kicks blocked last year.

TBD Series: Rutgers leads, 21-10 Notable: Rutgers won three straight by nine points from 2008-10, but fell 40-22 last year.

P Justin Doerner earned All-BIG EAST Second Team accolades last year after he averaged 40.3 yards per punt.

TBD Series: Syracuse leads, 30-11-1 Notable: Rutgers trailed 13-3 in the fourth quarter last year before winning 19-16 in double overtime.

Sat., Oct. 13

SYRACUSE

Sat., Oct. 20

at TEMPLE

Sat., Oct. 27

Kent State

Sat., Nov. 10

Army

Sat., Nov. 17

at CINCINNATI

Sat., Nov. 24

at PITTSBURGH

Thu., Nov. 29

LOUISVILLE

TBD Series: Rutgers leads, 19-15 Notable: Schools met every year from 1977-2004. Rutgers has won the last two in the series.

The offensive line returns just two starters, but TE D.C. Jefferson is one of the nation’s top blocking tight ends.

3:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: Rutgers leads, 2-0 Notable: Only previous meetings were in 1994 (28-6) and 2004 (29-21). TBD Series: Rutgers leads, 20-18-1 Notable: Rutgers has won seven straight in the series, including 27-12 at Yankee Stadium in 2011.

Noon, BIG EAST Network Series: Tied, 8-8-1 Notable: Rutgers snapped a five-game series slide behind a 200-yard day by RB Jawan Jamison last year in a 20-3 win at High Point Solutions Stadium. TBD Series: Pittsburgh leads, 21-8 Notable: Rutgers outscored the Panthers 28-7 in the second half of last year’s 34-10 win.

7:30 p.m., ESPN Series: Rutgers leads, 7-4 Notable: Rutgers is 2-1 at home against Louisville in BIG EAST play.

Linebacker Khaseem Greene

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RUTGERS Kyle Flood At A Glance

Kyle Flood

Hometown: Bayside, N.Y. Family: Wife – Amy; Children - Kyle, Isabella, Joseph Alma Mater (Year): Iona (1993) Hired at Rutgers: Jan. 31, 2012

Head Coach

Kyle Flood was named the 29th head coach at the Birthplace of College Football Jan. 31, 2012. Flood, who served on Rutgers’ coaching staff for the previous seven seasons, assumed the head coaching vacancy created after Greg Schiano resigned his position to become head coach of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As an assistant coach, 16 of Flood’s 17 teams have finished with winning records, including a national championship at Delaware. The last time Rutgers promoted an assistant coach on staff to the head coaching position was the naming of Frank Burns to replace John Bateman in 1973 — and Burns became the winningest coach in school history. A highly respected figure in the coaching profession, Flood has served as assistant head coach of the program since 2008 and has been a key part in Rutgers’ six bowl appearances over his seven-year tenure in Piscataway. In addition to his four years as the assistant head coach, Flood has been in charge of the offensive line since coming to RU in 2005. Known as an excellent tactician with strong recruiting ties, Flood has served on the coaching staff of the team with the nation’s longest active bowl winning streak at five games. While being part of a program producing victories at a rate unprecedented in Rutgers’ history, Flood has understood the value of academics for the Scarlet Knights. In 2010, Rutgers’ football program ranked first in the nation in Academic Progress Rate and in 2011 the team followed up with the nation’s No. 2 ranking. During his time ‘On the Banks’, the Rutgers offensive line has consistently produced toplevel talent, including several players who have gone on to the National Football League. Most recently, offensive tackle Anthony Davis became the highest player drafted in Rutgers history as the 11th overall pick in 2010. Since arriving at Rutgers, Flood has coached 10 All-BIG EAST first or second team selections on the offensive line, one All-American and two Freshman All-America honorees. Flood has helped engineer some of the most potent offenses in Rutgers history – evident in a record-breaking 2007 season. The Scarlet Knights’ offensive line ranked second in the nation with just 10 sacks allowed in addition to an RU offense that became the first in NCAA history to have a 3,000-yard passer, 2,000-yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers in the same season.

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

1995-96 Offensive Line Coach, C.W. Post 1997-2001 Offensive Line Coach, Hofstra 2002-05 Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line, Delaware 2005-06 Offensive Line Coach, Rutgers 2007 Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator, Rutgers 2008-09 Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line, Rutgers 2009-10 Assistant Head Coach/Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line, Rutgers 2011 Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line, Rutgers 2012 Head Coach, Rutgers

Against The BIG EAST (0-0)

The Rutgers offense was ranked 18th nationally in total offense in 2007. The offensive line featured two of the top tackles in the nation in Pedro Sosa and Jeremy Zuttah. Both players earned All-BIG EAST honors and were also invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, with Zuttah becoming a third-round selection by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Flood added run game coordinator to his duties in 2007 and his offensive line helped pave the way for All-American running back Ray Rice, who rushed for a school and then-BIG EAST record 2,012 yards that season. Rice went on to become one of the most-recognizable faces in the NFL en route to consecutive Pro Bowl appearances in 2010 and 2011. Flood came to Rutgers after three seasons at the University of Delaware, where he helped the Blue Hens to a 30-11 record, including a 15-1 mark in 2003 en route to the NCAA FCS championship and a share of the Atlantic 10 title in 2004. He also served as assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator during his stint. Prior to his three seasons at Delaware, Flood was offensive line coach at Hofstra from 19972001. While at Hofstra, he helped the Pride earn berths in the NCAA FCS playoffs in 1997 and 1999-2001. The Pride were among the top offensive teams in the nation during his tenure, ranking second in total offense, fourth in passing and fifth in scoring in 2001. Flood’s first college coaching position came in 1995-96 as offensive line coach at Long Island University-C.W. Post. While coaching at C.W. Post, he helped the team to the ECAC Division II Eastern title in 1996.

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Cincinnati 0-0 Connecticut 0-0 Louisville 0-0 Pittsburgh 0-0 USF 0-0 Syracuse 0-0 Temple 0-0 Playing Career: 1989-92 Iona Office Phone: (732) 445-6200

Assistant Coaches Dave Brock Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Robb Smith Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Dave Cohen Linebackers Darnell Dinkins Tight Ends Jim Panagos Defensive Line Joe Rossi Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Assistant Rob Spence Quarterbacks Norries Wilson Running Backs Damian Wroblewski Offensive Line

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RUTGERS Kyle Flood Year-By-Year YEAR

SCHOOL

First year as head coach in 2012

OVERALL

All-Time Rutgers Coaches

No Coach William A. Reynolds No Coach H.W. Arbruster John C.B. Pendleton William. V.B. Van Dyck,Jr MIchael F. Daly Arthur P. Robinson Harry W. Van Hovenberg Oliver D. Mann A.E. Hitchner F.H. Gorton Joseph Smith Herman Pritchard Howard Gargan G. Foster Sanford John H. Wallace Harry J. Rockafeller J. Wilder Tasker Harvey J. Harman Harry J. Rockafeller Harvey J. Harman John R. Stiegman John F. Bateman Frank R. Burns Richard Anderson Doug Graber Terry Shea Greg Schiano

TENURE

1869-90 1891 1892-94 1895 1896-97 1898-99 1900 1901 1902 1903, 1905 1904 1906-07 1908 1909 1910-12 1913-23 1924-26 1927-30 1931-37 1938-41 1942-45 1946-55 1956-59 1960-72 1973-83 1984-89 1990-95 1996-00 2001-11

Total

CONFERENCE

W

L

BOWL

T

PCT

33 58 8 .374 8 6 0 .571 7 15 1 .326 3 4 0 .429 8 12 0 .400 3 15 1 .184 4 4 0 .500 0 7 0 .000 3 7 0 .300 7 10 1 .417 1 6 2 .222 8 7 3 .528 3 5 1 .389 3 5 1 .389 12 10 4 .538 56 32 5 .629 12 14 1 .463 19 16 0 .543 31 27 5 .532 26 7 1 .779 14 10 1 .580 48 37 1 .564 22 15 0 .595 73 51 0 .589 78 43 1 .639 27 34 4 .491 29 36 1 .447 11 44 0 .200 68 67 .504

616 605 42 .504

FINAL RANK

BIG EAST

PCT

Frank Burns

11-20-1 4-31-0 28-48

.359 .114 .368

43-99-1 .304

John Bateman

Greg Schiano

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RUTGERS INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (9-4, 4-3 BIG EAST) Date Opponent 9/1 North Carolina Central (ESPN3) 9/10 at North Carolina (SNY/ACC Network) 9/24 Ohio (ESPN3) 10/1 at SYRACUSE (BIG EAST Network) 10/8 PITTSBURGH (ESPNU) 10/15 Navy (ESPN3) 10/21 at LOUISVILLE (ESPN2) 10/29 WEST VIRGINIA (ABC) 11/5 USF (ESPN3) 11/12 at Army 1 (CBS SN) 11/19 CINCINNATI (ESPNU) 11/26 at CONNECTICUT (ESPN2) 12/30 vs. Iowa State 2 (ESPN)

Result W, 48-0 L, 22-24 W, 38-26 2ot W, 19-16 W, 34-10 W, 21-20 L, 14-16 L, 31-41 ot W, 20-17 W, 27-12 W, 20-3 L, 22-40 W, 27-13

1 at Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. 2 New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Bronx, N.Y.

TEAM STATISTICS

RUTGERS OPP RUT OPP TEAM STATISTICS SCORING 343 238 Points Per Game 26.4 18.3 FIRST DOWNS 256 199 Rushing 80 90 Passing 148 94 Penalty 28 15 RUSHING YARDAGE 1271 1809 Yards gained rushing 1725 2267 Yards lost rushing 454 458 Rushing Attempts 461 476 Average Per Rush 2.8 3.8 Average Per Game 97.8 139.2 TDs Rushing 14 17 PASSING YARDAGE 3136 2240 Comp-Att-Int 256-475-16 184-355-19 Average Per Pass 6.6 6.3 Average Per Catch 12.2 12.2 Average Per Game 241.2 172.3 TDs Passing 21 8 TOTAL OFFENSE 4407 4049 Total Plays 936 831 Average Per Play 4.7 4.9 Average Per Game 339.0 311.5 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 38-879 57-1329 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 16-104 23-137 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 19-237 16-82 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.1 23.3 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.5 6.0 INT RETURN AVERAGE 12.5 5.1 FUMBLES-LOST 21-12 26-15 PENALTIES-Yards 88-581 86-692 Average Per Game 44.7 53.2 PUNTS-Yards 64-2577 72-2730 Average Per Punt 40.3 37.9 Net punt average 36.6 35.6 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:55 27:05 3RD-DOWN Conversions 74/202 59/185 3rd-Down Pct 37% 32% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 11/18 8/17 4th-Down Pct 61% 47% SACKS BY-Yards 36-253 30-218 MISC YARDS 56 -46 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 41 28 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 20-31 16-25 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-2 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (41-52) 79% (28-41) 68% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (28-52) 54% (19-41) 46% PAT-ATTEMPTS (37-38) 97% (22-27) 81% ATTENDANCE 306327 181444 Games/Avg Per Game 7/43761 4/45361 Neutral Site Games 2/34178 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Rutgers 41 110 72 111 9 Opponents 74 54 58 49 3

Total 343 238

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G JAMISON, Jawan 12 231 996 99 897 3.9 9 56 74.8 DEERING, Jeremy 12 47 180 11 169 3.6 0 19 14.1 HUGGINS, Savon 9 56 169 23 146 2.6 5 26 16.2 MARTINEK, Joe 13 24 126 3 123 5.1 0 21 9.5 Total 13 461 1725 454 1271 2.8 14 56 97.8 Opponents 13 476 2267 458 1809 3.8 17 80 139.2 PASSING DODD, Chas NOVA, Gary Total Opponents

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 9 118.46 139-245-7 56.7 1574 10 10 116.63 116-227-9 51.1 1553 11 13 117.21 256-475-16 53.9 3136 21 13 101.57 184-355-19 51.8 2240 8

Lng Avg/G 86 174.9 92 155.3 92 241.2 66 172.3

RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G SANU, Mohamed 13 115 1206 10.5 7 32 92.8 PRATT, Quron 13 32 327 10.2 1 21 25.2 MARTINEK, Joe 13 27 262 9.7 1 60 20.2 COLEMAN, Brandon 13 17 552 32.5 6 92 42.5 HARRISON, Mark 12 14 274 19.6 2 45 22.8 Total 13 256 3136 12.2 21 92 241.2 Opponents 13 184 2240 12.2 8 66 172.3 PUNT RETURNS SANU, Mohamed Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 12 55 4.6 0 18 16 104 6.5 1 32 23 137 6.0 0 30

KICK RETURNS DEERING, Jeremy THOMAS, Jordan Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD 17 530 31.2 1 16 310 19.4 0 38 879 23.1 1 57 1329 23.3 0

Long 98 31 98 59

|------------ PATs ------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points TE, San San 0 20-31 37-38 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 97 JAMISON, Jawan 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 SANU, Mohamed 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 COLEMAN, Brandon 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 HUGGINS, Savon 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Total 41 20-31 37-38 0-0 0 0-3 0 0 343 Opponents 28 16-25 22-27 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 238 TOTAL OFFENSE DODD, Chas NOVA, Gary Total Opponents FIELD GOALS TE, San San

G 9 10 13 13

Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 272 -67 1574 1507 167.4 250 -114 1553 1439 143.9 936 1271 3136 4407 339.0 831 1809 2240 4049 311.5

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 20-31 64.5 2-2 6-9 5-6 5-9 2-5 50

PUNTING DOERNER, Justin Total Opponents

Blk 1

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 64 2577 40.3 58 5 15 24 0 64 2577 40.3 58 5 15 24 0 72 2730 37.9 58 3 22 22 3

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G SANU, Mohamed 13 -2 1206 55 0 0 1259 96.8 JAMISON, Jawan 12 897 62 0 0 0 959 79.9 DEERING, Jeremy 12 169 65 0 530 0 764 63.7 Total 13 1271 3136 104 879 237 5627 432.8 Opponents 13 1809 2240 137 1329 82 5597 430.5 DEFENSE GREENE, Khaseem BEAUHARNAIS, Steve RYAN, Logan FRANCIS, Justin ROWE, David Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds Sacks Int 13 74 67 141 14.5-50 3.5-31 . 13 43 34 77 16.0-57 5.0-30 3-53 13 48 19 67 5.5-25 0.5-4 3-56 13 33 31 64 13.0-59 6.5-47 1-0 13 24 35 59 1.0-6 0.5-4 3-27 13 446 436 882 99-387 36-253 19-237 13 418 512 930 82.0-354 30-218 16-82

PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 1 4 . 2 . . 1 1 1-0 1 . . 14 1 2-0 2 . . 5 10 1-0 . 3 . 4 1 3-33 1 . . 42 41 15-61 16 9 . 62 33 12-80 10 1 .

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RUTGERS YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1869 2 1 1 0 William J. Leggett 1870 2 1 1 0 William J. Leggett 1871 No Games Played 1872 3 1 1 1 Claudius Rockefeller 1873 3 1 2 0 George D. Lydecker 1874 4 2 2 0 Abram I. Marine 1875 3 1 1 1 Peter H. Miliken 1876 1 1 0 0 Andrew Raymond 1877 3 0 3 0 Andrew Raymond 1878 4 1 2 1 Thomas Fitz-Randolph 1879 5 1 2 2 N.W. Voorhees 1880 3 1 2 0 John Morrison 1881 6 2 3 1 John Morrison 1882 10 6 4 0 William J. Chamberlain 1883 7 1 6 0 Charles Pattison 1884 7 3 4 0 John DeWitt 1885 1 0 1 0 Lewis Chamberlain 1886 4 1 3 0 Asa Wynkoop 1887 8 2 6 0 Clarence G. Scudder 1888 8 1 6 1 Arthur J. Collier 1889 5 1 4 0 James Bishop, Jr. 1890 10 5 4 1 James Bishop, Jr. 1891 14 8 6 0 William A. Reynolds 1892 9 3 5 1 John C. Loud 1893 4 0 4 0 None 1894 10 4 6 0 None 1895 7 3 4 0 H.W. Arbruster 1896 12 5 7 0 John C.B. Pendleton 1897 9 2 7 0 John C.B. Pendleton 1898 8 1 6 1 William V.B. Van Dyck, Jr. 1899 10 2 8 0 Michael F. Daly 1900 8 4 4 0 Arthur P. Robinson 1901 7 0 7 0 Harry W. Van Hovenberg 1902 10 3 7 0 None 1903 9 4 4 1 Oliver D. Mann 1904 9 1 6 2 A.E. Hitchner 1905 9 3 6 0 Oliver D. Mann 1906 9 5 2 2 F.H. Gorton 1907 9 3 5 1 F.H. Gorton 1908 9 3 5 1 Joseph Smith 1909 9 3 5 1 Herman Pritchard 1910 8 3 2 3 Howard Gargan 1911 9 4 4 1 Howard Gargan 1912 9 5 4 0 Howard Gargan 1913 9 6 3 0 G. Foster Sanford 1914 9 5 3 1 G. Foster Sanford 1915 8 7 1 0 G. Foster Sanford 1916 7 3 2 2 G. Foster Sanford 1917 9 7 1 1 G. Foster Sanford 1918 7 5 2 0 G. Foster Sanford 1919 8 5 3 0 G. Foster Sanford 1920 9 2 7 0 G. Foster Sanford 1921 9 4 5 0 G. Foster Sanford 1922 9 5 4 0 G. Foster Sanford 1923 9 7 1 1 G. Foster Sanford 1924 9 7 1 1 John H. Wallace 1925 9 2 7 0 John H. Wallace 1926 9 3 6 0 John H. Wallace 1927 8 4 4 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1928 9 6 3 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1929 9 5 4 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1930 9 4 5 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1931 8 4 3 1 J. Wilder Tasker 1932 10 6 3 1 J. Wilder Tasker 1933 10 6 3 1 J. Wilder Tasker 1934 9 5 3 1 J. Wilder Tasker 1935 9 4 5 0 J. Wilder Tasker 1936 8 1 6 1 J. Wilder Tasker 1937 9 5 4 0 J. Wilder Tasker 1938 8 7 1 0 Harvey J. Harman 1939 9 7 1 1 Harvey J. Harman 1940 8 5 3 0 Harvey J. Harman 1941 9 7 2 0 Harvey J. Harman 1942 8 3 4 1 Harry J. Rockafeller 1943 5 3 2 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1944 5 3 2 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1945 7 5 2 0 Harry J. Rockafeller 1946 9 7 2 0 Harvey J. Harman 1947 9 8 1 0 William Vigh 1948 9 7 2 0 Harvey J. Harman 1949 9 6 3 0 Harvey J. Harman 1950 8 4 4 0 Harvey J. Harman 1951 8 4 4 0 Harvey J. Harman

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YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1952 9 4 4 1 Harvey J. Harman 1953 8 2 6 0 Harvey J. Harman 1954 9 3 6 0 Harvey J. Harman 1955 8 3 5 0 Harvey J. Harman 1956 10 3 7 0 John R. Stiegman 1957 9 5 4 0 John R. Stiegman 1958 9 8 1 0 John R. Stiegman 1959 9 6 3 0 John R. Stiegman 1960 9 8 1 0 John F. Bateman 1961 9 9 0 0 John F. Bateman 1962 10 5 5 0 John F. Bateman 1963 9 3 6 0 John F. Bateman 1964 9 6 3 0 John F. Bateman 1965 9 3 6 0 John F. Bateman 1966 9 5 4 0 John F. Bateman 1967 9 4 5 0 John F. Bateman 1968 10 8 2 0 John F. Bateman 1969 9 6 3 0 John F. Bateman 1970 10 5 5 0 John F. Bateman 1971 11 4 7 0 John F. Bateman 1972 11 7 4 0 John F. Bateman 1973 11 6 5 0 Frank R. Burns 1974 11 7 3 1 Frank R. Burns 1975 11 9 2 0 Frank R. Burns 1976 11 11 0 0 Frank R. Burns 1977 11 8 3 0 Frank R. Burns 1978 12 9 3 0 Frank R. Burns 1979 11 8 3 0 Frank R. Burns 1980 11 7 4 0 Frank R. Burns 1981 11 5 6 0 Frank R. Burns 1982 11 5 6 0 Frank R. Burns 1983 11 3 8 0 Frank R. Burns 1984 10 7 3 0 Dick Anderson 1985 11 2 8 1 Dick Anderson 1986 11 5 5 1 Dick Anderson 1987 11 6 5 0 Dick Anderson 1988 11 5 6 0 Dick Anderson 1989 11 2 7 2 Dick Anderson 1990 11 3 8 0 Doug Graber 1991 11 6 5 0 Doug Graber 1992 11 7 4 0 Doug Graber 1993 11 4 7 0 Doug Graber 1994 11 5 5 1 Doug Graber 1995 11 4 7 0 Doug Graber 1996 11 2 9 Terry Shea 1997 11 0 11 Terry Shea 1998 11 5 6 Terry Shea 1999 11 1 10 Terry Shea 2000 11 3 8 Terry Shea 2001 11 2 9 Greg Schiano 2002 12 1 11 Greg Schiano 2003 12 5 7 Greg Schiano 2004 11 4 7 Greg Schiano 2005 12 7 5 Greg Schiano 2006 13 11 2 Greg Schiano 2007 13 8 5 Greg Schiano 2008 13 8 5 Greg Schiano 2009 13 9 4 Greg Schiano 2010 12 4 8 Greg Schiano 2011 13 9 4 Greg Schiano TOTAL 1263 616 605 42 RUTGERS IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 1991 2-3-0 1992 4-2-0 1993 1-6-0/7th 1994 2-4-1/6th 1995 2-5-0/6th 1996 1-6/7th 1997 0-7/8th 1998 2-5/t6th 1999 1-6/8th 2000 0-7/8th 2001 0-7/8th

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BOWL

Garden State

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

Location:........................................................Tampa, Fla. Enrollment:........................................................... 45,074 Founded:.................................................................. 1956 Nickname: ................................................................Bulls Colors: ....................................................Green and Gold Web Site: ............................................... GoUSFBulls.com Stadium: ......... Raymond James Stadium (65,857/Grass) President: ............................................Dr. Judy Genshaft Director of Athletics: ............................... Doug Woolard Head Coach: ....................... Skip Holtz (Notre Dame ’86)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant Director of Athletics: ...............Jeremy Sharpe Office Phone: ..........................................(813) 974-4086 Mobile: ....................................................(813) 447-1040 E-mail: .................................... jwsharpe@admin.usf.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(813) 974-5328 Press Box Phone: ....................................(813) 350-6225

BULL TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: ............5-7/1-6 BIG EAST (tied, 7th) All-Time Record: ........................................108-69 (.610) All-Time BIG EAST Record:...........................21-28 (.429) BIG EAST Championships: ......................................None Bowl Appearances: ....................................................... 6 Bowl Record: ....................................................4-2 (.667) Last Bowl Appearance: .....2010 Meineke Car Care Bowl (USF 31, Clemson 26) Offensive System:................................................. Spread Defensive System:...................................................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................45/19 Starters Returning/Lost: ..........................................17/7

USF BULLS

Dr. Judy Genshaft President

Doug Woolard Director of Athletics

Skip Holtz Head Coach

Jeremy Sharpe Athletic Communications


USF STORYLINES USF went 4-1 in nonconference games in 2011, but looks to bounce back from a 1-6 finish in BIG EAST play.

DEFENSE The Bulls return seven starters on defense, including all three starting linebackers from last year.

Three of the Bulls’ last four losses came on field goals either as time or expired or in overtime.

LB DeDe Lattimore (94 tackles), LB Michael Lanaris (87) and LB Sam Barrington (72) were all ranked among the top 17 players in the BIG EAST in tackles last season.

With last season the exception, USF has played in a bowl game in every other season in which it has been a member of the Bowl Subdivision. USF has defeated four top-25 opponents on the road since the start of the 2006 season. OFFENSE QB B.J. Daniels enters the 2012 season ranked seventh in BIG EAST history in total offense (7,992 yards). Daniels needs 2,883 yards to tie former teammate Matt Grothe as the conference’s all-time leader (10,875 yards). USF returns its top six receivers from last year, including WR Sterling Griffin, who had 43 catches for 530 yards in an injury-shortened season. The Bulls return both starting offensive tackles — OT Quinterrius Eatmon and OT Mark Popek — as well as OG Danous Estenor, giving the Bulls a combined 46 career starts on the offensive line.

SS Jon Lejiste had a BIG EAST-leading three fumble recoveries last year. CB Kayvon Webster (seven pass breakups, two interceptions) was an All-BIG EAST Second Team selection in the secondary. DE Ryne Giddins (3.5 sacks in 2011) could be poised to follow current NFL standouts Jason Pierre-Paul and George Selvie as impact players at defensive end for USF. SPECIAL TEAMS K Maikon Bonani earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors last season and has made his last seven field goal attempts. P Justin Brockhaus-Kann returns after averaging 37.6 yards per punt for the second straight season.

USF led the BIG EAST in rushing last season (181.2 ypg). Returning RB Demetris Murray rushed for 503 yards and a team-high eight touchdowns last year.

2012 Schedule Sat., Sept. 1

Chattanooga

Sat., Sept. 8

at Nevada

7 p.m., ESPN3 Series: First meeting Notable: USF is 15-0 all-time in home-openers. 3:30 p.m., CBS SN Series: First meeting Notable: Tough road test against the Wolfpack, who are 17-2 at home since 2009.

Thu., Sept. 13

RUTGERS

Sat., Sept. 22

at Ball State

Sat., Sept. 29

Florida State

7:30 p.m., ESPN Series: Rutgers leads, 5-2 Notable: USF held a 17-3 fourth-quarter lead, but fell 20-17 in overtime last year in Piscataway. 4:30 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: USF leads, 1-0 Notable: The Bulls scored the first 37 points on their way to a 37-7 win last year in Tampa. TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: USF leads, 1-0 Notable: Only previous meeting was in 2009, when USF was a 17-9 winner against the 18thranked Seminoles.

Sat., Oct. 6

at TEMPLE

Sat., Oct. 20

LOUISVILLE

Sat., Oct. 27

SYRACUSE

TBD Series: First meeting Notable: USF-Temple is the only matchup of current BIG EAST teams that has not been played before. TBD Series: USF leads, 5-4 Notable: The Bulls dropped last year’s meeting, but were 24-21 OT winners last time in Louisville. TBD Series: USF leads, 6-1 Notable: USF’s only loss in the series was the last meeting at Raymond James Stadium in 2010.

Sat., Nov. 3

CONNECTICUT

Sat., Nov. 17

at Miami (Fla.)

Fri., Nov. 23

at CINCINNATI

Sat., Dec. 1

at PITTSBURGH

TBD Series: Connecticut leads, 6-3 Notable: Two of the last three matchups have been decided by field goals in the final minute.

TBD Series: Miami leads, 3-1 Notable: Miami won last year’s meeting on a field goal at the final gun. Bulls won 23-20 in OT in 2010. TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Cincinnati leads, 6-3 Notable: The Bulls won at Nippert Stadium for the first time in 2010 with a 38-30 decision. 8 p.m., ESPN Series: Pittsburgh leads, 6-3 Notable: The Bulls have dropped four straight to the Panthers.

Quarterback B.J. Daniels

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USF Skip Holtz At A Glance

Skip Holtz

Hometown: Willimantic, Conn. Family: Wife – Jennifer; Children - Louis, Chad, Hailey Alma Mater (Year): Notre Dame (1986) Hired at USF: Jan. 14, 2010

Head Coach

A new era began at the University of South Florida with the hiring of Skip Holtz as the head coach of the football program on Jan. 14, 2010. In his first season, Holtz promptly led the Bulls to their fifth consecutive eightwin season, making them one of just 15 teams nationally to win eight games in each of the last five years and one of only 10 teams in BCS leagues to accomplish the feat. In addition, USF played in its sixth consecutive bowl game, a 31-26 victory over Clemson in the Meineke Car Care Bowl in Charlotte, N.C. The 2011 season showed major improvement on the field, if not in the record, as USF finished 5-7 thanks to numerous heartbreaking defeats. USF was the only team in the nation that lost three games at the final gun. Holtz came to USF after five seasons at East Carolina, where he won back-to-back Conference USA Championships in 2008 and ‘09 and finished with a 38-27 record. Holtz also spent five years as head coach at Connecticut, where he amassed a 34-23 record. He led ECU to unprecedented heights including four-straight winning seasons, a quartet of bowl game appearances and back-to-back Conference USA championships. East Carolina had just three wins in a 25-game period prior to his arrival in 2005. The drastic turnaround at ECU, which included a 7-6 finish in 2006, an 8-5 ledger in 2007, a 9-5 mark in 2008 and another nine-win campaign in 2009, coincided with school-record attendance increases at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. Holtz, who has played an active role on coaching staffs that have captured seven major bowl titles in eight appearances since 1987, officially ended a six-year position on the South Carolina offensive staff when he moved to Greenville. Prior to his time in Greenville, Holtz spent six seasons at South Carolina. He wore several hats during his tenure with the Gamecocks, coaching the quarterbacks his first four seasons, before handling the tight ends in 2003 and then returning to guide the signal-callers in 2004. He displayed his all-around abilities as a coach in working closely with the Gamecock offense in addition to handling a variety of duties as assistant head coach under his father, the legendary Lou Holtz. While at South Carolina, Holtz was recognized as an Assistant Coach-of-the-Year in 2001 by the All-American Football Foundation. Holtz came to South Carolina after a successful five-year stint as head coach at fellow BIG

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

1987-88 Graduate Assistant, Florida State 1989 Receivers Coach, Colorado State 1990-91 Receivers Coach, Notre Dame 1992-93 Offensive Coordinator, Notre Dame 1994-98 Head Coach, Connecticut 1999-2003 Assistant Head Coach/ Offensive Coordinator, South Carolina 2004 Assistant Head Coach/Quarterbacks, South Carolina 2005-09 Head Coach, East Carolina 2010- Head Coach, USF

Against The BIG EAST (4-10)

EAST school, Connecticut. While at UConn, he led the Huskies to their best season in school history up to that point, in 1998, and was recognized as one of the top young coaching talents in the country. During his five-year tenure as head coach at UConn, Holtz guided the Huskies’ program to national top 25 rankings the last four seasons and unprecedented success in the school’s 100-year football history, which provided a firm foundation for the school’s eventual move to the FBS level in 2002. Prior to taking the head coaching job at UConn, Holtz worked on the offensive staff under his father at Notre Dame. He spent four years at Notre Dame and served as the Fighting Irish’s offensive coordinator during the 1992 and ‘93 seasons. During those years, Holtz was in charge of one of the country’s most potent offensive attacks - a period in which the Irish compiled a 21-2-1 record. Holtz has also served on the coaching staffs at Florida State and Colorado State. While serving on Bobby Bowden’s FSU staff in 1987 and ‘88, the Seminoles rolled to a 22-2 record, captured the Sugar and Fiesta Bowl titles and earned a No. 2 and No. 3 national rank, respectively. In all, he has been involved in eight New Year’s Day bowl games during his coaching career. Prior to his stint at South Carolina, the overall record of teams he had been associated with as an assistant coach was an impressive 67-15-2.

Cincinnati 1-1 Connecticut 0-2 Louisville 1-1 Pittsburgh 0-2 Rutgers 1-1 Syracuse 1-1 -West Virginia 0-2 Playing Career: 1986

Notre Dame

Office Phone: (813) 974-7177

Assistant Coaches Rick Smith Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Backs Chris Cosh Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Todd Fitch Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Vernon Hargreaves Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Ends Jerome Pathon Wide Receivers Kevin Patrick Defensive Tackles Larry Scott Running Backs Steve Shankweiler Offensive Line Peter Vaas Tight Ends

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USF Skip Holtz Year-By-Year YEAR SCHOOL 1994 Connecticut 1995 Connecticut 1996 Connecticut 1997 Connecticut 1998 Connecticut 2005 East Carolina 2006 East Carolina 2007 East Carolina East Carolina 2008 2009 East Carolina 2010 USF 2011 USF Connecticut Record (five years) East Carolina Record (five years) USF Record (two years) Career Record (12 years)

All-Time USF Coaches

Jim Leavitt Skip Holtz

TENURE

1997-2009 2010-

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OVERALL CONFERENCE 4-7 4-4 8-3 8-3 5-6 5-6 7-4 7-4 10-3 6-2 5-6 4-4 7-6 5-3 8-5 6-2 9-5 7-2 9-5 8-1 8-5 3-4 5-7 1-6

BOWL

Division I-AA Championship (1-1)

AutoZone Liberty (lost to Kentucky, 25-19) AutoZone Liberty (lost to Arkansas, 20-17) Meineke Car Care (defeated Clemson, 31-26)

34-23 30-19 .596 .612 38-27 30-12 .585 .714 13-12 4-10 .520 .286 85-62 67-41 .578 .620

W

95 13

L

FINAL RANK

T

57 12

108 69

1-1 .500 0-2 .000 1-0 1.000 2-3 .400

PCT

.625 .520

.610

BIG EAST 17-18 4-10

PCT

.486 .286

21-28 .429

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USF INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (5-7, 1-6 BIG EAST) Date Opponent 9/3 at Notre Dame (NBC) 9/10 Ball State (BIG EAST Network) 9/17 Florida A&M (BIG EAST Network) 9/24 UTEP (ESPN3) 9/29 at PITTSBURGH (ESPN/ESPN3D) 10/15 at CONNECTICUT (BIG EAST Network) 10/22 CINCINNATI (BIG EAST Network) 11/5 at RUTGERS (ESPN3) 11/11 at SYRACUSE (ESPN2) 11/19 Miami (Fla.) (ESPNU) 11/25 LOUISVILLE (ESPN2) 12/1 WEST VIRGINIA ESPN/ESPN3D)

Result W, 23-20 W, 37-7 W, 70-17 W, 52-24 L, 17-44 L, 10-16 L, 34-37 ot L, 17-20 W, 37-17 L, 3-6 L, 24-34 L, 27-30

TEAM STATISTICS

USF OPP SCORING 351 272 Points Per Game 29.2 22.7 FIRST DOWNS 292 235 Rushing 128 75 142 138 Passing Penalty 22 22 RUSHING YARDAGE 2185 1288 Yards gained rushing 2482 1672 Yards lost rushing 297 384 Rushing Attempts 477 435 Average Per Rush 4.6 3.0 Average Per Game 182.1 107.3 TDs Rushing 22 11 PASSING YARDAGE 2995 2934 Comp-Att-Int 253-434-11 270-441-12 Average Per Pass 6.9 6.7 Average Per Catch 11.8 10.9 Average Per Game 249.6 244.5 TDs Passing 15 16 TOTAL OFFENSE 5180 4222 Total Plays 911 876 Average Per Play 5.7 4.8 Average Per Game 431.7 351.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 51-1054 60-1485 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 33-215 8-19 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-75 11-128 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.7 24.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.5 2.4 INT RETURN AVERAGE 6.2 11.6 FUMBLES-LOST 20-13 22-14 PENALTIES-Yards 85-721 70-582 Average Per Game 60.1 48.5 PUNTS-Yards 62-2253 70-2857 Average Per Punt 36.3 40.8 Net punt average 34.7 36.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 27:42 32:18 3RD-DOWN Conversions 70/175 70/197 3rd-Down Pct 40% 36% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 6/12 10/16 4th-Down Pct 50% 62% SACKS BY-Yards 39-244 16-123 MISC YARDS -15 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 42 31 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 19-26 19-26 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (41-48) 85% (34-46) 74% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (27-48) 56% (20-46) 43% PAT-ATTEMPTS (42-42) 100% (29-30) 97% ATTENDANCE 311848 236475 Games/Avg Per Game 7/44550 5/47295 Neutral Site Games 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT USF 85 128 68 70 0 Opponents 33 70 65 101 3

Total 351 272

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G SCOTT, Darrell 11 153 824 10 814 5.3 5 56 74.0 DANIELS, B.J. 11 132 769 168 601 4.6 6 71 54.6 MURRAY, Demetris 12 121 527 24 503 4.2 8 31 41.9 Total 12 477 2482 297 2185 4.6 22 71 182.1 Opponents 12 435 1672 384 1288 3.0 11 31 107.3 PASSING DANIELS, B.J. EVELD, Bobby Total Opponents

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 11 126.75 215-365-7 58.9 2604 13 6 92.59 37-67-4 55.2 354 1 12 122.60 253-434-11 58.3 2995 15 12 123.64 270-441-12 61.2 2934 16

Lng Avg/G 84 236.7 35 59.0 84 249.6 58 244.5

RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G GRIFFIN, Sterling 8 43 530 12.3 3 42 66.2 MARC, Victor 12 33 357 10.8 2 33 29.8 WELCH, Deonte 12 31 433 14.0 1 37 36.1 LANDI, Evan 12 29 297 10.2 1 26 24.8 DAVIS, Andre 11 22 273 12.4 2 43 24.8 Total 12 253 2995 11.8 15 84 249.6 Opponents 12 270 2934 10.9 16 58 244.5 PUNT RETURNS MITCHELL, Terrence MARC, Victor Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 13 67 5.2 0 34 13 93 7.2 0 40 33 215 6.5 1 40 8 19 2.4 0 5

KICK RETURNS LAMAR, Lindsey Total Opponents

No. 40 51 60

Yds Avg 817 20.4 1054 20.7 1485 24.8

TD Long 0 62 0 79 2 98

|------------ PATs ------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points BONANI, Maikon 0 19-26 42-42 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 99 MURRAY, Demetris 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 DANIELS, B.J. 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 SCOTT, Darrell 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Total 42 19-26 42-42 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 351 Opponents 31 19-26 29-30 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 272 TOTAL OFFENSE DANIELS, B.J. SCOTT, Darrell Total Opponents FIELD GOALS BONANI, Maikon

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 11 497 601 2604 3205 291.4 11 153 814 0 814 74.0 12 911 2185 2995 5180 431.7 12 876 1288 2934 4222 351.8

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 19-26 73.1 1-1 5-6 7-8 6-10 0-1 49

Blk 1

PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd BROCKHAUS-KANN, Justin 62 2253 36.3 55 4 31 20 0 Total 62 2253 36.3 55 4 31 20 1 Opponents...... 70 2857 40.8 64 3 11 14 1 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G LAMAR, Lindsey 12 150 157 0 817 0 1124 93.7 SCOTT, Darrell 11 814 169 0 0 0 983 89.4 MURRAY, Demetris 12 503 205 0 0 0 708 59.0 DANIELS, B.J. 11 601 0 0 0 0 601 54.6 Total 12 2185 2995 215 1054 75 6524 543.7 Opponents 12 1288 2934 19 1485 128 5854 487.8 DEFENSE LATTIMORE, DeDe LANARIS, Michael BARRINGTON, Sam YOUNG, Jerrell WEBSTER, Kayvon Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total 12 62 32 94 12 45 42 87 12 45 27 72 12 39 12 51 11 36 13 49 12 521 294 815 12 531 336 867

TFL/Yds 13.0-59 4.5-5 6.5-23 3.0-8 1.0-1 99-387 63.0-267

Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 7.0-44 1-0 2 1 1-0 2 . . 1.0-1 1-0 2 1 2-0 . . . 2.5-17 1-30 2 3 . 1 . . . 2-0 2 . . 1 . . . 2-0 7 . 1-96 1 . . 39-244 12-75 43 19 14-118 18 2 . 16-123 11-128 34 20 13-24 8 2 .

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USF YEAR GP 1997 11 1998 11 1999 11 2000 11 2001 11 2002 11 2003 11 2004 11 2005 12 2006 13 2007 13 2008 13 2009 13 2010 13 2011 13 TOTAL 178

W 5 8 7 7 8 9 7 4 6 9 9 8 8 8 5 108

L T 6 3 4 4 3 2 4 7 6 4 4 5 5 5 7 69

HEAD COACH BOWL Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Jim Leavitt Meineke Car Care Jim Leavitt PapaJohn’s.com Jim Leavitt Brut Sun Jim Leavitt magicJack St. Petersburg Jim Leavitt International Skip Holtz Meineke Car Care Skip Holtz

USF IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 2005 4-3/t-3rd 2006 4-3/t-4th 2007 4-3/t-3rd 2008 2-5/6th 2009 3-4/t-4th 2010 3-4/t-5th 2011 1-6/t-7th

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SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY

Location:....................................................Syracuse, N.Y. Enrollment:........................................................... 13,987 Founded:.................................................................. 1870 Nickname: ............................................................Orange Color: ....................................................................Orange Web Site: ............................................... SUAthletics.com Stadium: ...................... Carrier Dome (49,262/FieldTurf) President: .............................................Dr. Nancy Cantor Director of Athletics: .............................. Dr. Daryl Gross Head Coach: ..................... Doug Marrone (Syracuse ’91)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant AD/Communications: .....................Sue Edson Office Phone: ..........................................(315) 443-2608 Mobile: ....................................................(315) 952-4787 E-mail: ...................................................sedson@syr.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(315) 443-3405 Press Box Phone: ....................................(315) 443-4241

ORANGE TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: ............5-7/1-6 BIG EAST (tied, 7th) All-Time Record: ................................ 690-493-49 (.580) All-Time BIG EAST Record:...........................71-73 (.493) BIG EAST Championships: ...4 (1996, 1997, 1998, 2004) Bowl Appearances: ..................................................... 23 Bowl Record: .............................................. 13-9-1 (.587) Last Bowl Appearance: .....2010 New Era Pinstripe Bowl (Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34) Offensive System:...............................................Multiple Defensive System:..............................................Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................42/22 Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................14/10

SYRACUSE ORANGE

Dr. Nancy Cantor President

Dr. Daryl Gross Director of Athletics

Doug Marrone Head Coach

Sue Edson Athletic Communications


SYRACUSE STORYLINES Syracuse played three overtime games in the 2011 season, going 2-1 in those contests. The Orange were 5-1 when they scored at least 21 points and 0-6 when they were held to 20 points or fewer. Syracuse won five of its first seven games, but closed the 2011 season with a five-game slide. Among the Orange’s 2012 nonconference opponents are two teams from the Big Ten and one each from the Pac-12 and SEC. OFFENSE QB Ryan Nassib leads a group of five returning starters on offense. Nassib enters his third year as the starter ranked fourth in school history in career yards (5,441) and touchdown passes (44). The Orange return All-BIG EAST Second Team WR Alec Lemon as well as WR Marcus Sales, who capped the 2010 season with a 172-yard, three-touchdown effort in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. Sales did not play in 2011.

DEFENSE LB Marquis Spruill, who earned All-BIG EAST Second Team accolades last year, leads a veteran defense that returns seven starters. Spruill joins LB Dyshawn Davis — a FWAA Freshman All-America selection last year — and LB Dan Vaughn — the team’s second-leading tackler — as returning starters at linebacker. SS Shamarko Thomas, who had 67 tackles last season, anchors the secondary. The defensive line will have to replace firstround draft choice Chandler Jones, but will feature DE Deon Goggins and DT Jay Bromley, who combined for 13 tackes for loss last year. SPECIAL TEAMS K Ross Krautman set the BIG EAST’s singleseason field goal accuracy record in 2010 (94.7 percent) and enjoyed a solid sophomore year in 2011, making 15 of 19 attempts (78.9 percent). WR Jeremiah Kobena amassed 1,027 yards on kickoff returns last season and averaged 22.8 yards per attempt.

OT Justin Pugh earned All-BIG EAST First Team honors last year and is one of three returning starters on the offensive line. C Macky MacPherson was named to the preseason watch list for the Rimington Trophy, which goes to the nation’s top center.

2012 Schedule Sat., Sept. 1

Northwestern

Sat., Sept. 8

Southern California

Noon, ESPN2 Series: Syracuse leads, 4-3 Notable: Teams last met in 2009 at the Carrier Dome in Doug Marrone’s first win as head coach. at MetLife Stadium 3:30 p.m., ABC/ESPN2 Series: USC leads, 3-0 Notable: Last meeting on the East Coast was in the 1990 Kickoff Classic at the Meadowlands.

Sat., Sept. 15

Stony Brook

Sat., Sept. 22

at Minnesota

Fri., Oct. 5

PITTSBURGH

4 p.m., BIG EAST Network Series: First meeting Notable: The Seawolves were 9-4 and won the Big South title last season. 8 p.m., Big Ten Network Series: Minnesota leads, 2-1 Notable: Last meeting was a 23-20 overtime win by the Gophers in the 2009 season-opener. 7 p.m., ESPN Series: Pittsburgh leads, 34-30-3 Notable: The Orange look for their first win against the Panthers since 2004.

Sat., Oct. 13

at RUTGERS

Sat., Oct. 19

CONNECTICUT

Sat., Oct. 27

at USF

TBD Series: Syracuse leads, 30-11-1 Notable: Last year’s game saw Rutgers rally for a 19-16 win in double-overtime at the Carrier Dome. 8 p.m., ESPN Series: Connecticut leads, 6-2 Notable: Former Syracuse coach Paul Pasqualoni returns to the Carrier Dome with the Huskies. TBD Series: USF leads, 6-1 Notable: Syracuse was a 13-9 winner the last time the teams met in Tampa.

Sat., Nov. 3

at CINCINNATI

Sat., Nov. 10

at LOUISVILLE

Sat., Nov. 17

at Missouri

Fri., Nov. 23

at TEMPLE

TBD Series: Cincinnati leads, 7-5 Notable: Cincinnati has won six of the last seven, but the Orange won at Nippert Stadium in 2010. TBD Series: Louisville leads, 6-5 Notable: Louisville has won the last three in the series, including a 27-10 victory last year. TBD Series: Syracuse leads, 2-0 Notable: The Orange swept a home-and-home series from the Tigers in 1986 and 1987.

TBD, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Syracuse leads, 25-10-1 Notable: The Orange won 14 straight from 19892001, but Temple has taken two of the last three. Quarterback Ryan Nassib

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SYRACUSE Doug Marrone At A Glance

Doug Marrone

Hometown: Bronx, N.Y. Family: Wife – Helen; Children - Madeline, Anne, Mack Alma Mater (Year): Syracuse (1991) Hired at Syracuse: Dec. 12, 2008

Head Coach

Syracuse University graduate Doug Marrone, a former pro football player and successful coach in the Division I collegiate ranks and the National Football League, returned to his alma mater as the program’s 28th head coach. Dec. 12, 2008. Marrone, whose coaching resume includes stints at Georgia Tech and Tennessee, had been the offensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints since 2006. Marrone increased Syracuse’s number of wins in each of his first two years on the Orange sideline. He led Syracuse to an 8-5 record in 2010, capped by a win against Kansas State in the first New Era Pinstripe Bowl. Marrone was the 2010 AFCA Region 1 Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the 2010 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award. Marrone’s 2010 team finished the season ranked fifth nationally in total defense, 10th in pass defense and 13th in scoring defense. A three-year starter as an offensive lineman at Syracuse, Marrone earned Associated Press All-East honors as a senior and second-team recognition as a junior. As a sophomore, he was named AP All-East Honorable Mention. During his tenure with the first string, the Orange had a 19-15 record and earned the school’s first bowl bid in six years. Marrone and his teammates, including All-American Tim Green, helped lay the foundation that ultimately resulted in Syracuse’s undefeated season in 1987. Selected in the sixth round of the 1986 NFL Draft, Marrone was picked by the Los Angeles Raiders and played two seasons in the NFL; first with the Miami Dolphins in 1987 and then with the Saints in 1989. Marrone also had stints with Pittsburgh, Dallas and Minnesota before closing his career with the NFL Europe London Monarchs (1991-92). With the Saints, Marrone was responsible for supervising the offense on a weekly basis, as well as tutoring an offensive line that evolved into one of the NFL’s best units. Marrone’s detail-oriented approach earned him a reputation around league circles for innovation and as a top-notch teacher. Prior to his arrival in New Orleans, the team never had a 4,000-yard passer or posted more than 5,700 yards of offense. The Saints set a team record with an NFL-leading 6,264 yards in Marrone’s first season, and followed that total with 5,780 yards in 2007. The 2008 Saints led the NFL in total offense (401.6 yards per game) and passing offense

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career: 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997-99 2000 2001 2002-05 2006-08 2009-

Tight Ends Coach, Cortland State Offensive Line Coach, Coast Guard Offensive Line Coach, Northeastern Director of Operations, Georgia Tech Tight Ends Coach, Georgia Tech Offensive Line Coach, Georgia Tech Offensive Line Coach, Georgia Tight Ends/Tackles Coach, Tennessee Offensive Line Coach, New York Jets Offensive Coordinator, New Orleans Saints Head Coach, Syracuse

Against The BIG EAST (6-15)

(304.2 yards per game). During his tenure, the Saints were one of the NFL’s most explosive and consistent offenses, ranking among the league leaders since his arrival and rewriting the club’s all-time record book in the process. Marrone joined Sean Payton’s staff after serving as the offensive line coach of the New York Jets from 2002-05. During that span, Marrone formed a group of veterans and young players into one of the club’s most consistent position groups. During his four-year stretch with New York, the Jets played in four playoff games (two in 2002 and a pair in 2004). In 2004, the offensive line paved the way for the Jets to finish third in the NFL in rushing yards (2,388) and second in rushing first downs (135) as the offense posted one of the highest rushing averages (4.5) in club history. RB Curtis Martin led the league with 1,697 yards and posted nine 100-yard games. Marrone arrived in New York after spending 2001 at the University of Tennessee as tight ends and tackles coach. Marrone spent a season at the University of Georgia (2000) after serving from 1995-99 at Georgia Tech. During his stint with the Yellow Jackets, Marrone was the director of football operations (1995), tight ends coach (1996) and the offensive line coach (1997-99). In 1999, the Yellow Jackets finished first nationally in total offense, averaging 509.4 yards and 40.7 points per game. Georgia Tech participated in a bowl game each season from 1997-99. He began his coaching career in 1992 at Cortland (N.Y.) State as a tight ends coach before stints as offensive line coach at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (1993) and Northeastern University (1994).

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Cincinnati 1-2 Connecticut 0-3 Louisville 0-3 Pittsburgh 0-3 Rutgers 2-1 USF 1-2 -West Virginia 2-1 Playing Career: 1983-85 Syracuse 1987 Miami Dolphins 1989 New Orleans Saints Office Phone: (315) 443-4817

Assistant Coaches Scott Shafer Defensive Coordinator Nathaniel Hackett Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/Tight Ends Greg Adkins Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator John Anselmo Assistant Head Coach Tim Daoust Defensive Line Donnie Henderson Defensive Backs Rob Moore Wide Receivers Steve Morrison Linebackers Tyrone Wheatley Running Backs

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SYRACUSE Doug Marrone Year-By-Year YEAR SCHOOL 2009 Syracuse 2010 Syracuse 2011 Syracuse

OVERALL CONFERENCE 4-8 1-6 8-5 4-3 5-7 1-6

Career Record (three years)

TENURE

No Coach 1889 1890 Bobby Winston William Galbraith 1891 Jordan C. Wells 1892 No Coach 1893 George H. Bond 1894 1895-96 George O. Redington 1897-99 Frank E. Wade Edwin R. Sweetland 1900-02 Ancil D. Brown & 1903 1903 Jason B. Parish Dr. Charles P. Hutchins 1904-05 1906-07 Frank J. O’Neill 1913-15 1917-19 1908 Howard H. Jones T.A.D. Jones 1909-10 1911-12 C.D. Cummings W.M. Hollenback 1916 John F. Meehan 1920-24 1925-26 C.W.P. Reymolds Lewis P. Andreas 1927-29 1930-36 Victor A. Hanson Ossie Solem 1937-45 Clarence L. Munn 1946 1947-48 Reeves H. Baysinger Ben Schwartzwalder 1949-73 1974-80 Frank Maloney Dick MacPherson 1981-90 Paul Pasqualoni 1991-04 2005-08 Greg Robinson Doug Marrone 2009-

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FINAL RANK

New Era Pinstripe (defeated Kansas State, 36-34)

17-20 6-15 .459 .286

All-Time Syracuse Coaches

BOWL

W

L

T

PCT

14

6

0

.700

0 1 0 .000 7 4 0 .636 4 7 0 .364 0 8 1 .055 4 9 1 .321 6 5 0 .454 11 5 4 .650 17 9 2 .642 20 5 2 .777 5 4 0 .555

52 19 6 .714 6 3 1 .650 9 9 2 .475 9 8 2 .500 5 4 0 .555 35 8 4 .787 15 3 2 .800 15 10 3 .589 33 21 5 .602 30 27 6 .523 4 5 0 .444 4 14 0 .258 153 91 3 .620 32 46 0 .410 66 46 4 .586 107 59 1 .644 10 37 .213 17 20 .459

690 493 49 .580

BIG EAST

PCT

Ben Schwartzwalder

62-33-0 3-25 6-15

.653 .107 .286

71-73-0 .493

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Dick MacPherson


SYRACUSE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (5-7, 1-6 BIG EAST) Date Opponent 9/1 Wake Forest (ESPN3) 9/10 Rhode Island (BIG EAST Network) 9/17 at Southern California (FX) 9/24 Toledo (BIG EAST Network) 10/1 RUTGERS (BIG EAST Network) 10/8 at Tulane (Cox Louisiana) 10/21 WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN) 10/29 at LOUISVILLE (BIG EAST Network) 11/5 at CONNECTICUT (ESPNU) 11/11 USF (ESPN2) 11/26 CINCINNATI (BIG EAST Network) 12/3 at PITTSBURGH (ESPN2)

Result ot W, 36-29 W, 21-14 L, 17-38 ot W, 33-30 2ot L, 16-19 W, 37-34 W, 49-23 L, 10-27 L, 21-28 L, 17-37 L, 13-30 L, 20-33

TEAM STATISTICS

SYRACUSE OPP SCORING 290 342 Points Per Game 24.2 28.5 FIRST DOWNS 228 254 Rushing 79 95 Passing 133 131 16 28 Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE 1445 1538 Yards gained rushing 1693 1930 Yards lost rushing 248 392 Rushing Attempts 396 436 Average Per Rush 3.6 3.5 Average Per Game 120.4 128.2 TDs Rushing 10 16 PASSING YARDAGE 2733 3099 Comp-Att-Int 261-418-9 259-415-10 Average Per Pass 6.5 7.5 Average Per Catch 10.5 12.0 Average Per Game 227.8 258.2 TDs Passing 23 21 TOTAL OFFENSE 4178 4637 Total Plays 814 851 Average Per Play 5.1 5.4 Average Per Game 348.2 386.4 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 59-1336 48-1135 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-37 25-189 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-95 9-83 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 22.6 23.6 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 3.1 7.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 9.5 9.2 FUMBLES-LOST 14-10 19-11 PENALTIES-Yards 79-753 84-707 Average Per Game 62.8 58.9 PUNTS-Yards 64-2475 47-1873 Average Per Punt 38.7 39.9 Net punt average 34.8 37.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:01 30:59 3RD-DOWN Conversions 75/176 72/173 3rd-Down Pct 43% 42% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 8/17 8/13 4th-Down Pct 47% 62% SACKS BY-Yards 28-205 29-155 MISC YARDS 0 48 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 35 38 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 15-19 26-35 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-2 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (40-50) 80% (39-45) 87% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (26-50) 52% (20-45) 44% PAT-ATTEMPTS (33-34) 97% (36-38) 95% ATTENDANCE 283528 212705 Games/Avg Per Game 7/40504 5/42541 Neutral Site Games 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Syracuse 44 88 69 76 13 Opponents 71 93 73 99 6

Total 290 342

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G BAILEY, Antwon 12 240 1097 46 1051 4.4 6 53 87.6 SMITH, Jerome 12 37 139 5 134 3.6 1 11 11.2 GRAHAM, Dorian 12 8 98 7 91 11.4 1 18 7.6 Total 12 396 1693 248 1445 3.6 10 53 120.4 Opponents 12 436 1930 392 1538 3.5 16 63 128.2 PASSING NASSIB, Ryan Total Opponents

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 12 129.91 259-415-9 62.4 2685 22 12 131.21 261-418-9 62.4 2733 23 12 137.02 259-415-10 62.4 3099 21

RECEIVING LEMON, Alec PROVO, Nick CHEW, Van BAILEY, Antwon GRAHAM, Dorian Total Opponents

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 12 68 834 12.3 6 58 69.5 12 51 537 10.5 7 33 44.8 12 37 471 12.7 3 62 39.2 12 29 200 6.9 1 26 16.7 12 24 260 10.8 2 30 21.7 12 261 2733 10.5 23 62 227.8 12 259 3099 12.0 21 69 258.2

PUNT RETURNS RENE, Steve Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 10 22 2.2 0 6 12 37 3.1 0 8 25 189 7.6 0 34

KICK RETURNS KOBENA, Jeremiah GRAHAM, Dorian Total Opponents

No. 45 13 59 48

Yds Avg 1027 22.8 293 22.5 1336 22.6 1135 23.6

Lng Avg/G 62 223.8 62 227.8 69 258.2

TD Long 0 79 1 98 1 98 0 74

|------------ PATs ------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points KRAUTMAN, Ross 0 15-19 33-34 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 78 PROVO, Nick 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 BAILEY, Antwon 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 LEMON, Alec 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 GRAHAM, Dorian 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Total 35 15-19 33-34 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 290 Opponents 38 26-35 36-38 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 342 TOTAL OFFENSE NASSIB, Ryan BAILEY, Antwon Total Opponents

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 12 480 39 2685 2724 227.0 12 241 1051 20 1071 89.2 12 814 1445 2733 4178 348.2 12 851 1538 3099 4637 386.4

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk KRAUTMAN, Ross 15-19 78.9 1-1 8-8 5-8 1-2 0-0 40 2 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd FISHER, Jonathan 43 1690 39.3 57 3 12 7 0 RAUPERS, Shane 21 785 37.4 52 0 6 4 0 Total 64 2475 38.7 57 3 18 11 0 Opponents 47 1873 39.9 61 4 19 17 0 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G BAILEY, Antwon 12 1051 200 0 0 0 1251 104.2 KOBENA, Jeremiah 12 10 4 0 1027 0 1041 86.8 LEMON, Alec 12 1 834 0 0 0 835 69.6 GRAHAM, Dorian 12 91 260 0 293 0 644 53.7 PROVO, Nick 12 1 537 0 0 0 538 44.8 Total 12 1445 2733 37 1336 95 5646 470.5 Opponents 12 1538 3099 189 1135 83 6044 503.7 DEFENSE THOMAS, Phillip VAUGHAN, Dan THOMAS, Shamarko SPRUILL, Marquis GOGGINS, Deon Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 10 54 28 82 4.5-7 12 40 32 72 6.5-22 10 47 20 67 3.0-5 12 43 19 62 8.5-41 12 19 24 43 7.5-25 12 518 264 782 80-330 12 545 226 771 62.0-218

Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf . 6-50 3 . . 1 . . 1.0-9 . 2 1 . 2 . . . . 1 3 . . . . 3.0-20 . 2 4 2-0 1 . . 1.5-8 . 2 3 . 1 . . 28-205 10-95 27 26 11-66 11 . . 29-155 9-83 35 20 10-20 10 3 .

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SYRACUSE YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1889 1 0 1 0 None 1890 11 7 4 0 Bobby Winston 1891 11 4 7 0 William Galbraith 1892 9 0 8 1 Jordan C. Wells 1893 14 4 9 1 None 1894 11 6 5 0 George H. Bond 1895 10 6 2 2 George O. Redington 1896 10 5 3 2 George O. Redington 1897 9 5 3 1 Frank E. Wade 1898 11 8 2 1 Frank E. Wade 1899 8 4 4 0 Frank E. Wade 1900 10 7 2 1 Edwin R. Sweetland 1901 8 7 1 0 Edwin R. Sweetland 1902 9 6 2 1 Edwin R. Sweetland 1903 9 5 4 0 Jason B. Parish/Ancil D. Brown 1904 9 6 3 0 Dr. Charles P. Hutchins 1905 11 8 3 0 Dr. Charles P. Hutchins 1906 9 6 3 0 Frank J. O’Neill 1907 9 5 3 1 Frank J. O’Neill 1908 10 6 3 1 Howard H. Jones 1909 10 4 5 1 T.A.D. Jones 1910 10 5 4 1 T.A.D. Jones 1911 10 5 3 2 C. DeForest Cummings 1912 9 4 5 0 C. DeForest Cummings 1913 10 6 4 0 Frank J. O’Neill 1914 10 5 3 2 Frank J. O’Neill 1915 12 9 1 2 Frank J. O’Neill 1916 9 5 4 0 William M. Hollenback 1917 10 8 1 1 Frank J. O’Neill 1918 6 5 1 0 Frank J. O’Neill 1919 11 8 3 0 Frank J. O’Neill 1920 9 6 2 1 John F. Meehan 1921 9 7 2 0 John F. Meehan 1922 9 6 1 2 John F. Meehan 1923 9 8 1 0 John F. Meehan 1924 11 8 2 1 John F. Meehan 1925 10 8 1 1 C.W.P. Reynolds 1926 10 7 2 1 C.W.P. Reynolds 1927 10 5 3 2 Lewis P. Andreas 1928 9 4 4 1 Lewis P. Andreas 1929 9 6 3 0 Lewis P. Andreas 1930 9 5 2 2 Victor A. Hanson 1931 9 7 1 1 Victor A. Hanson 1932 9 4 4 1 Victor A. Hanson 1933 8 4 4 0 Victor A. Hanson 1934 8 6 2 0 Victor A. Hanson 1935 8 6 1 1 Victor A. Hanson 1936 8 1 7 0 Victor A. Hanson 1937 8 5 2 1 Ossie Solem 1938 8 5 3 0 Ossie Solem 1939 8 3 3 2 Ossie Solem 1940 8 3 4 1 Ossie Solem 1941 8 5 2 1 Ossie Solem 1942 9 6 3 0 Ossie Solem 1943 No Games Played 1944 7 2 4 1 Ossie Solem 1945 7 1 6 0 Ossie Solem 1946 9 4 5 0 Clarence L. Munn 1947 9 3 6 0 Reeves H. Baysinger 1948 9 1 8 0 Reeves H. Baysinger 1949 9 4 5 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1950 10 5 5 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1951 9 5 4 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1952 10 7 3 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1953 9 5 3 1 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1954 8 4 4 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1955 8 5 3 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1956 9 7 2 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1957 9 5 3 1 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1958 10 8 2 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1959 11 11 0 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1960 9 7 2 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1961 11 8 3 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1962 10 5 5 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder

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Cotton Orange Cotton Liberty

YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH BOWL 1963 10 8 2 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1964 11 7 4 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder Sugar 1965 10 7 3 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1966 11 8 3 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder Gator 1967 10 8 2 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1968 10 6 4 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1969 10 5 5 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1970 10 6 4 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1971 11 5 5 1 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1972 11 5 6 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1973 11 2 9 0 Floyd Schwartzwalder 1974 11 2 9 0 Frank Maloney 1975 11 6 5 0 Frank Maloney 1976 11 3 8 0 Frank Maloney 1977 11 6 5 0 Frank Maloney 1978 11 3 8 0 Frank Maloney 1979 12 7 5 0 Frank Maloney Independence 1980 11 5 6 0 Frank Maloney 1981 11 4 6 1 Dick MacPherson 1982 11 2 9 0 Dick MacPherson 1983 11 6 5 0 Dick MacPherson 1984 11 6 5 0 Dick MacPherson 1985 12 7 5 0 Dick MacPherson Cherry 1986 11 5 6 0 Dick MacPherson 1987 12 11 0 1 Dick MacPherson Sugar 1988 12 10 2 0 Dick MacPherson Hall of Fame 1989 12 8 4 0 Dick MacPherson Peach 1990 13 7 4 2 Dick MacPherson Aloha 1991 12 10 2 0 Paul Pasqualoni Hall of Fame 1992 12 10 2 0 Paul Pasqualoni Fiesta 1993 11 6 4 1 Paul Pasqualoni 1994 11 7 4 0 Paul Pasqualoni 1995 12 9 3 0 Paul Pasqualoni Gator 1996 12 9 3 Paul Pasqualoni Liberty 1997 13 9 4 Paul Pasqualoni Fiesta 1998 12 8 4 Paul Pasqualoni Orange 1999 12 7 5 Paul Pasqualoni Music City 2000 11 6 5 Paul Pasqualoni 2001 13 10 3 Paul Pasqualoni Insight.com 2002 12 4 8 Paul Pasqualoni 2003 12 6 6 Paul Pasqualoni 2004 12 6 6 Paul Pasqualoni Champs Sports 2005 11 1 10 Greg Robinson 2006 12 4 8 Greg Robinson 2007 12 2 10 Greg Robinson 2008 12 3 9 Greg Robinson 2009 12 4 8 Doug Marrone 2010 13 8 5 Doug Marrone New Era Pinstripe 2011 12 5 7 Doug Marrone TOTAL 1232 690 493 49 SYRACUSE IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 1991 5-0-0 1992 6-1-0 1993 3-4-0/5th 1994 4-3-0/t3rd 1995 5-2-0/3rd 1996 6-1/t1st 1997 6-1/1st 1998 6-1/1st 1999 3-4/t4th 2000 4-3/t3rd 2001 6-1/2nd 2002 2-5/t6th 2003 2-5/t6th 2004 4-2/t-1st 2005 0-7/7th 2006 1-6/t-7th 2007 1-6/8th 2008 1-6/t-7th 2009 1-6/t-7th 2010 4-3/t-4th 2011 1-6/t-7th

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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY

Location:................................................Philadelphia, Pa. Enrollment:........................................................... 39,000 Founded:.................................................................. 1884 Nickname: ............................................................... Owls Colors: .................................................Cherry and White Web Site: .................................................OwlSports.com Stadium: .Lincoln Financial Field (68,532/Natural Grass) Acting President: .........................Dr. Richard M. Englert Director of Athletics: .................................Bill Bradshaw Head Coach: .... Steve Addazio (Central Connecticut ’81)

MEDIA RELATIONS

Assoc. Director of Communications: ...... Cathy Bongiovi Office Phone: ..........................................(215) 204-1608 Mobile: ....................................................(215) 778-6814 E-mail: ............................................ cathyb@temple.edu SID Fax: ...................................................(215) 204-7449 Press Box Phone: ....................................(267) 570-4453

OWL TEAM FACTS

2011 Record/Finish: .......... 9-4/5-3 MAC East (tied, 2nd) All-Time Record: ................................ 424-551-52 (.438) All-Time BIG EAST Record:....................... 14-80-0 (.149) Bowl Appearances: ....................................................... 4 Bowl Record: ....................................................2-2 (.500) Last Bowl Appearance: .. 2011 Gildan New Mexico Bowl (Temple 37, Wyoming 15) Offensive System:...............................................Multiple Defensive System:...................................................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....................................35/21 Starters Returning/Lost: ........................................10/13

TEMPLE OWLS

Dr. Richard M. Englert Acting President

Bill Bradshaw Director of Athletics

Steve Addazio Head Coach

Cathy Bongiovi Football Communications


TEMPLE STORYLINES Temple, which competed as a BIG EAST member in football from 1991-2004, returns to the league as a football-playing member in 2012. Temple has registered more wins in the past three seasons (26) than in any other three-year stretch in program history. Temple enters the 2012 season with a fourgame winning streak. The Owls have just 10 returning starters from last year — the fewest of any BIG EAST team. OFFENSE QB Chris Coyer made four starts last season and was the Mid-American Conference leader in pass efficiency (177.4).

DEFENSE Temple ranked third nationally in scoring defense last season (13.9 ppg). The only teams ahead of the Owls were Alabama and LSU — the two participants in the BCS National Championship Game.

2012 Schedule Fri., Aug. 31

Villanova

The Owls return five defensive starters, but will need to replace four players who earned All-MAC honors a year ago.

Sat., Sept. 8

Maryland

DT Levi Brown and DT John Youboty emerged as starters last season and give the Owls an experienced presence on the interior line. CB Zamel Johnson and CB Maurice Jones are returning veterans in the secondary. Johnson made nine starts last year while Jones appeared in all 13 games, making four starts.

The Owls boast one of the nation’s top running back tandems. RB Montel Harris — a transfer from Boston College — is the active career rushing leader among FBS players (3,735 yards). RB Matt Brown, who was a two-time All-MAC selection, rushed for 916 yards and six TDs last year.

SPECIAL TEAMS K/P Brandon McManus is Temple’s top returning scorer from last year and has handled placekicking and kickoffs for the past three years. He took over as the punter last season and averaged 45.8 yards per punt.

The Owls will have to replace four of their five starting offensive linemen from last year. OT Martin Wallace, who started every game, is the lone returning starter on the line.

Matt Brown averaged 25.1 yards on kickoff returns last season and is expected to be an all-purpose threat once again.

Temple also will be without its top four receivers from 2011.

Mayor’s Cup 7 p.m., ESPN3 Series: Villanova leads, 16-14-2 Notable: Owls open the season with their local rival for the fourth straight year. Noon, ESPNU Series: Maryland leads, 6-1 Notable: Temple earned its first win in the series last year with a 38-7 decision in College Park.

Sat., Sept. 22

at Penn State

TBD Series: Penn State leads, 37-3-1 Notable: Owls look for their first win against the Nittany Lions since 1941. Temple fell 14-10 last year at Lincoln Financial Field.

Sat., Oct. 6

USF

TBD Series: First meeting Notable: Temple brings a five-game home winning streak in conference games to its BIG EAST opener.

Sat., Oct. 13

at CONNECTICUT

Sat., Oct. 20

RUTGERS

Sat., Oct. 27

at PITTSBURGH

Sat., Nov. 3

at LOUISVILLE

TBD Series: Temple leads, 8-4 Notable: Temple coach Steve Addazio was an assistant for UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni at Syracuse and Western Connecticut. TBD Series: Rutgers leads, 19-15 Notable: The Owls are 5-9 all-time against the Scarlet Knights in BIG EAST play.

TBD Series: Pittsburgh leads, 26-8-1 Notable: Pittsburgh has won six straight in the series. First meeting since 2004. TBD Series: Temple leads, 3-2 Notable: Temple won three straight between 1980-83, but Louisville won in 2003 and 2006.

Sat., Nov. 10

CINCINNATI

Sat., Nov. 17

at Army

Fri., Nov. 23

SYRACUSE

TBD Series: Temple leads, 9-4-1 Notable: Teams met every year from 1973-85. Cincinnati has won two straight, with wins in 2002 and 2003. Noon, CBS SN Series: Temple leads, 5-4 Notable: Temple scored 29 unanswered points to win 42-35 in its last visit to Michie Stadium in 2010. ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Series: Syracuse leads, 25-10-1 Notable: First meeting since 2004. Temple has won the last two matchups in Philadelphia. Running back Matt Brown

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TEMPLE Steve Addazio At A Glance

Steve Addazio

Hometown: Farmington, Conn. Family: Wife - Kathy; Children - Nicole, Jessica, Louis Alma Mater (Year): Central Connecticut (1981) Hired at Temple: Dec. 23, 2010

Head Coach

Steve Addazio, who helped the University of Florida win two BCS National Championships in five years, was named Temple University’s 25th head football coach Dec. 23, 2010. In his first season at Temple, Addazio guided the Owls to a 9-4 overall record and a second-place finish in the MidAmerican Conference East Division en route to their second bowl appearance in three years. The winningest first-year coach in school history, Addazio mentored 10 All-MAC selections, including first-team honorees OL Pat Boyle, RB Bernard Pierce, DE Adrian Robinson and TE Evan Rodriguez. The Owl defense ranked No. 3 nationally in scoring defense last season and led the MAC in five categories. Additionally, Addazio’s offense set school records for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns in a season. Off the field, the Temple football players were recognized as the 2011 Most Valuable Players by the Philadelphia affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation for their community service efforts. The Farmington, Conn., native has a quartercentury of coaching experience and 11 postseason bowl games, including six BCS games in the last 15 years, on his resume. The 52-year old Addazio spent six seasons at Florida under head coach Urban Meyer, serving as associate head coach and offensive coordinator in 2010. The Gators won BCS National Championships in 2006 and 2008, while capturing two SEC titles. He completed his tenure at Florida on Jan. 1, 2011, coaching Florida to a 37-24 win over Penn State in the Outback Bowl. The offensive line paved the way for an SEC-best 8,506 net rushing yards since 2008, an average of 207.5 per game, and a league-leading 5.3 yards per carry and 103 touchdowns. Florida scored 35 touchdowns and six field goals on 58 red zone trips in 2010. The Gators scored on 15 consecutive red zone possessions, including 14 touchdowns. Addazio saw three of his linemen drafted into the NFL — center Mike Pouncey (Dolphins), Marcus Golbert (Steelers), and Maurice Hurt (Redskins). Addazio took over the reins of the offense in 2009 and finished the season ranked first in the SEC in total offense and second in rushing offense, passing offense and scoring offense. Florida finished in the top 10 nationally in passing efficiency (1st), total offense (6th), rushing offense (10th) and scoring offense (10th).

Collegiate/Professional Coaching Career:

Addazio went to Indiana (2002-04) after spending the previous three seasons at the University of Notre Dame, where he served as the offensive line, tight ends and special teams’ coach between 1999-2001. Prior to his tenure at Notre Dame, Addazio served on the staff at Syracuse University for four seasons (1995-98). The Orange won three consecutive BIG EAST crowns during Addazio’s four seasons and appeared in four bowl games. Prior to Addazio’s Division I collegiate coaching career, he served as one of the nation’s top high school coaches at Cheshire High School in Cheshire, Conn. He placed over 20 studentathletes in Division I-A, I-AA, II, and III programs in his seven years. His teams were nationally ranked in both 1992 and 1994. During one stretch, his team won 34 consecutive games, the second-longest string in the nation. His teams also won three state titles in a row. Addazio began his coaching career at Western Connecticut State University, where he served as an assistant coach under Paul Pasqualoni from 1984-87. The Colonials claimed the New England Football Conference title in 1985 and advanced to the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time in school history. A graduate of Central Connecticut State University, Addazio earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1981. A four-year starter for the Blue Devils on the offensive and defensive lines, Addazio completed a master’s degree in 1985. Addazio earned tryouts with the NFL’s New England Patriots, USFL’s Jacksonville Bulls, and CFL’s Ottawa Roughriders.

1985-87 Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator, Western Connecticut 1995-96 Assistant Offensive Line/Tight Ends, Syracuse 1997-98 Offensive Line, Syracuse 1999-2001 Offensive Line/Tight Ends/ Special Teams, Notre Dame 2002-03 Offensive Line, Indiana 2004 Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line, Indiana 2005 Tight Ends, Florida 2006 Offensive LIne/Tackles/Tight Ends, Florida 2007 Offensive Line, Florida 2008 Assistant Head Coach, Offense/ Offensive Line, Florida 2009 Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line, Florida 2010 Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line, Florida Head Coach, Temple 2011

Against The BIG EAST (0-0)

Cincinnati 0-0 Connecticut 0-0 Louisville 0-0 Pittsburgh 0-0 Rutgers 0-0 USF 0-0 Syracuse 0-0 Playing Career: 1978-81

Central Connecticut

Office Phone: (304) 293-4194

Assistant Coaches Kevin Rogers Associate Head Coach/Quarterbacks Chuck Heater Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Ryan Day Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Ben Albert Outside Linebackers Sean Cronin Defensive Line Tyree Foreman Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator Justin Frye Offensive Line Frank Leonard Tight Ends Sean McGowan Inside Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator

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TEMPLE Steve Addazio Year-By-Year YEAR 2011

SCHOOL Temple

OVERALL 9-4

Career Record (one year)

BOWL New Mexico (defeated Wyoming, 37-15)

FINAL RANK -/rv

9-4 5-3 .692 .625

All-Time Temple Coaches

CONFERENCE 5-3

TENURE

Charles M. Williams 1894-98 John T. Rogers 1899-1900 1901-05 H. Shindle Wingert Horace Butterworth 1907 Dr. Frank W. White 1908 William J. Schatz 1909-13 William Nicholai 1914-16 1917 Elwood Geiges 1922-23 Francois M. D’Eliscu Albert Barron 1924 Henry J. Miller 1925-32 1933-38 Glenn S. Warner Fred H. Swan 1939 1940-48 Ray Morrison Albert P. Kawal 1949-54 Josh Cody 1955 1956-59 Peter P. Stevens George Makris 1960-69 1970-82 Wayne Hardin Bruce Arians 1983-88 Jerry Berndt 1989-92 1993-97 Ron Dickerson Bobby Wallace 1998-2005 2006-10 Al Golden Steve Addazio 2011

Total

W

L

T

PCT

13 15 1 .466 4 8 2 .357 13 9 2 .560 4 0 2 .833 3 2 1 .583 13 13 3 .500 9 5 3 .618 0 6 1 .071 1 9 1 .136 1 4 0 .200 50 15 8 .740 31 18 9 .612 2 7 0 .222 31 38 9 .455 24 28 3 .436 0 8 0 .000 4 28 0 .125 45 44 4 .505 80 52 3 .604 28 38 0 .438 11 33 0 .250 8 47 0 .145 19 71 .211 27 34 .443 9 4 .692

424 551 52 .438

BIG EAST

PCT

Pop Warner

0-11-0 .000 4-31-0 .114 10-38-0 .208

14-80-0 .149 Wayne Hardin

Al Golden

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TEMPLE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2011 RESULTS (9-4, 5-3 MAC) Date Opponent 9/1 Villanova (ESPN3) 9/10 at Akron (ESPN3) 9/17 Penn State (ESPN) 9/24 at Maryland (ACC Network) 10/1 TOLEDO (ESPN Regional) 10/8 at BALL STATE 10/15 BUFFALO 10/22 at BOWLING GREEN (ESPN3) 11/2 at OHIO (ESPN) 11/9 MIAMI (OHIO) (ESPN) 11/19 Army (ESPN3) 11/25 KENT STATE 12/17 vs. Wyoming 1 (ESPN)

Result W, 42-7 W, 41-3 L, 10-14 W, 38-7 L, 13-36 W, 42-0 W, 34-0 L, 10-13 L, 31-35 W, 24-21 W, 42-14 W, 34-16 W, 37-15

1 Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Albuquerque, N.M.

TEAM STATISTICS

TEM OPP SCORING 398 181 Points Per Game 30.6 13.9 245 215 FIRST DOWNS Rushing 152 92 Passing 76 112 Penalty 17 11 RUSHING YARDAGE 3335 1611 Yards gained rushing 3622 1991 Yards lost rushing 287 380 Rushing Attempts 636 442 Average Per Rush 5.2 3.6 Average Per Game 256.5 123.9 TDs Rushing 38 11 PASSING YARDAGE 1648 2442 Comp-Att-Int 116-198-4 222-387-15 Average Per Pass 8.3 6.3 Average Per Catch 14.2 11.0 Average Per Game 126.8 187.8 TDs Passing 11 13 TOTAL OFFENSE 4983 4053 Total Plays 834 829 Average Per Play 6.0 4.9 Average Per Game 383.3 311.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 36-915 54-1040 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 21-238 19-113 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 15-184 4-47 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 25.4 19.3 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.3 5.9 INT RETURN AVERAGE 12.3 11.8 FUMBLES-LOST 18-8 18-6 PENALTIES-Yards 68-560 60-548 Average Per Game 43.1 42.2 PUNTS-Yards 47-2145 69-2730 Average Per Punt 45.6 39.6 Net punt average 38.6 34.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:49 27:06 3RD-DOWN Conversions 81/175 61/180 3rd-Down Pct 46% 34% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/20 15/31 4th-Down Pct 50% 48% SACKS BY-Yards 33-228 21-144 MISC YARDS 29 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 50 24 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 16-22 4-12 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (42-49) 86% (20-25) 80% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (28-49) 57% (17-25) 68% PAT-ATTEMPTS (50-50) 100% (21-22) 95% ATTENDANCE 196420 95678 Games/Avg Per Game 7/28060 5/19136 Neutral Site Games 1/25762 SCORE BY QUARTERS Temple Opponents

1st 93 35

2nd 159 34

3rd 51 31

4th 95 81

Total 398 181

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G PIERCE, Bernard 12 273 1518 37 1481 5.4 27 69 123.4 BROWN, Matt 13 155 947 31 916 5.9 6 58 70.5 COYER, Chris 8 69 608 46 562 8.1 3 74 70.2 STEWART, Chester 10 64 223 101 129 2.0 0 18 12.9 HARPER, Kenny 13 33 128 0 128 3.9 1 36 9.8 Total 13 636 3622 287 3335 5.2 38 74 256.5 Opponents 13 442 1991 380 1611 3.6 11 81 123.9 PASSING STEWART, Chester GERARDI, Mike COYER, Chris Total Opponents

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 10 143.39 54-83-2 65.1 743 2 13 119.09 32-63-2 50.8 442 3 8 177.38 30-50-0 60.0 463 6 13 142.79 116-198-4 58.6 1648 11 13 113.70 222-387-15 57.4 2442 13

Lng Avg/G 55 74.3 47 34.0 61 57.9 61 126.8 56 187.8

RECEIVING RODRIGUEZ, Evan JONES, Joe STREATER, Rod MILLER, Deon PIERCE, Bernard Total Opponents

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 13 35 479 13.7 2 55 36.8 13 30 322 10.7 3 36 24.8 13 19 401 21.1 3 61 30.8 13 18 253 14.1 3 35 19.5 12 3 52 17.3 0 33 4.3 13 116 1648 14.2 11 61 126.6 13 222 2442 11.0 13 56 187.8

PUNT RETURNS BROWN, Matt Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 18 182 10.1 0 37 21 238 11.3 0 37 19 113 5.9 0 31

KICK RETURNS BROWN, Matt Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD 28 703 25.1 1 36 915 25.4 1 54 1040 19.3 0

Long 100 100 39

|------------ PATs ------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points PIERCE, Bernard 27 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 162 McMANUS, Brandon 0 16-22 50-50 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 98 BROWN, Matt 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 STREATER, Rod 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 MILLER, Deon 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 COYER, Chris 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 JONES, Joe 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Total 50 16-22 50-50 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 398 Opponents 24 4-12 21-22 2-2 0 0-0 0 0 181 TOTAL OFFENSE PIERCE, Bernard COYER, Chris Total Opponents

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 12 273 1481 0 1481 123.4 8 119 562 463 1025 128.1 13 834 3335 1648 4983 383.3 13 829 1611 2442 4053 311.8

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk FIELD GOALS McMANUS, Brandon 16-22 72.7 0-0 7-7 7-10 2-5 0-0 41 0 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd McMANUS, Brandon 46 2105 45.8 65 11 2 15 2 Total 47 2145 45.6 65 11 2 15 2 Opponents 69 2730 39.6 68 6 14 15 2 ALL PURPOSE BROWN, Matt PIERCE, Bernard Total Opponents

G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G 13 916 7 182 703 0 1808 139.1 12 1481 52 0 0 0 1533 127.8 13 3335 1648 238 915 184 6320 486.2 13 1611 2442 113 1040 47 5253 404.1

DEFENSE JOHNSON, Stephen KROBOTH, Kevin WHITEHEAD, Tahir ROBINSON, Adrian GILDEA, Justin Total Opponents

G Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 13 68 55 123 4.5-20 13 55 21 76 1.0-2 13 46 24 70 13.5-66 13 28 24 52 13.5-74 13 31 20 51 4.5-26 13 520 290 810 74-337 13 556 354 910 65-246

Sacks Int PBU H FR-Yds FF Blk Saf 2.0-11 . 5 1 . 3 . . . 3-0 7 . 1-0 . . . 5.0-49 . 1 . 3-0 4 . . 6.5-46 1-14 . 1 . . 1 . 3.0-22 3-25 3 . . . . . 33-228 15-184 37 5 6-0 14 5 . 21-144 4-47 23 1 8-0 10 2 .

Returning players in italics

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TEMPLE YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1894 5 4 1 0 Charles M. Williams 1895 6 1 4 1 Charles M. Williams 1896 5 3 2 0 Charles M. Williams 1897 6 3 3 0 Charles M. Williams 1898 7 2 5 0 Charles M. Williams 1899 6 1 4 1 John T. Rogers 1900 8 3 4 1 John T. Rogers 1901 5 3 2 0 H. Shindle Wingert 1902 6 1 4 1 H. Shindle Wingert 1903 5 4 1 0 H. Shindle Wingert 1904 5 3 2 0 H. Shindle Wingert 1905 3 2 0 1 H. Shindle Wingert 1906 No Games Played 1907 6 4 0 2 Horace Butterworth 1908 6 3 2 1 Dr. Frank W. White 1909 5 0 4 1 William J. Schatz 1910 6 3 3 0 William J. Schatz 1911 7 6 1 0 William J. Schatz 1912 5 3 2 0 William J. Schatz 1913 6 1 3 2 William J. Schatz 1914 6 3 3 0 William Nicholai 1915 5 3 1 1 William Nicholai 1916 6 3 1 2 William Nicholai 1917 7 0 6 1 Elwood Geiges 1918 No Games Played 1919 No Games Played 1920 No Games Played 1921 No Games Played 1922 6 1 4 1 Francois M. D’Eliscu 1923 5 0 5 0 Francois M. D’Eliscu 1924 5 1 4 0 Albert Barron 1925 9 5 2 2 Henry J. Miller 1926 8 5 3 0 Henry J. Miller 1927 8 7 1 0 Henry J. Miller 1928 10 7 1 2 Henry J. Miller 1929 10 6 3 1 Henry J. Miller 1930 10 7 3 0 Henry J. Miller 1931 10 8 1 1 Henry J. Miller 1932 8 5 1 2 Henry J. Miller 1933 8 5 3 0 Glenn S. Warner 1934 10 7 1 2 Glenn S. Warner 1935 10 7 3 0 Glenn S. Warner 1936 11 6 3 2 Glenn S. Warner 1937 9 3 2 4 Glenn S. Warner 1938 10 3 6 1 Glenn S. Warner 1939 9 2 7 0 Fred H. Swan 1940 9 4 4 1 Ray Morrisson 1941 9 7 2 0 Ray Morrisson 1942 10 2 5 3 Ray Morrisson 1943 8 2 6 0 Ray Morrisson 1944 8 2 4 2 Ray Morrisson 1945 8 7 1 0 Ray Morrisson 1946 8 2 4 2 Ray Morrisson 1947 9 3 6 0 Ray Morrisson 1948 9 2 6 1 Ray Morrisson 1949 9 5 4 0 Albert P. Kawal 1950 9 4 4 1 Albert P. Kawal 1951 10 6 4 0 Albert P. Kawal 1952 10 2 7 1 Albert P. Kawal 1953 9 4 4 1 Albert P. Kawal 1954 8 3 5 0 Albert P. Kawal 1955 8 0 8 0 Josh Cody 1956 8 3 5 0 Peter P. Stevens 1957 7 1 6 0 Peter P. Stevens 1958 8 0 8 0 Peter P. Stevens 1959 9 0 9 0 Peter P. Stevens 1960 9 2 7 0 George Makris 1961 9 2 5 2 George Makris 1962 9 3 6 0 George Makris 1963 9 5 3 1 George Makris 1964 9 7 2 0 George Makris 1965 10 5 5 0 George Makris 1966 9 6 3 0 George Makris 1967 9 7 2 0 George Makris

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YEAR GP W L T HEAD COACH 1968 10 4 6 0 George Makris 1969 10 4 5 1 George Makris 1970 10 7 3 0 Wayne Hardin 1971 9 6 2 1 Wayne Hardin 1972 9 5 4 0 Wayne Hardin 1973 10 9 1 0 Wayne Hardin 1974 10 8 2 0 Wayne Hardin 1975 11 6 5 0 Wayne Hardin 1976 10 4 6 0 Wayne Hardin 1977 11 5 5 1 Wayne Hardin 1978 11 7 3 1 Wayne Hardin 1979 12 10 2 0 Wayne Hardin 1980 11 4 7 0 Wayne Hardin 1981 10 5 5 0 Wayne Hardin 1982 11 4 7 0 Wayne Hardin 1983 11 4 7 0 Bruce Arians 1984 11 6 5 0 Bruce Arians 1985 11 4 7 0 Bruce Arians 1986 11 0 11 0 Bruce Arians 1987 11 4 7 0 Bruce Arians 1988 11 4 7 0 Bruce Arians 1989 11 1 10 0 Jerry Berndt 1990 11 7 4 0 Jerry Berndt 1991 11 2 9 0 Jerry Berndt 1992 11 1 10 0 Jerry Berndt 1993 11 1 10 0 Ron Dickerson 1994 11 2 9 0 Ron Dickerson 1995 11 1 10 0 Ron Dickerson 1996 11 1 10 Ron Dickerson 1997 11 3 8 Ron Dickerson 1998 11 2 9 Bobby Wallace 1999 11 2 9 Bobby Wallace 2000 11 4 7 Bobby Wallace 2001 11 4 7 Bobby Wallace 2002 12 4 8 Bobby Wallace 2003 12 1 11 Bobby Wallace 2004 11 2 9 Bobby Wallace 2005 11 0 11 Bobby Wallace 2006 12 1 11 Al Golden 2007 12 4 8 Al Golden 2008 12 5 7 Al Golden 2009 13 9 4 Al Golden 2010 12 8 4 Al Golden 2011 13 9 4 Steve Addazio TOTAL 1,027 424 551 52 TEMPLE IN THE BIG EAST/FINISH 1991 0-5-0 1992 0-6-0 1993 0-7-0/8th 1994 0-7-0/8th 1995 1-6-0/7th 1996 0-7-0/8th 1997 3-4/t-5th 1998 2-5/t-6th 1999 2-5/t-6th 2000 1-6/7th 2001 2-5/6th 2002 2-5/t-6th 2003 0-7/8th 2004 1-5/t-6th

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STANDINGS & POLLS 

Final 2011 Standings

School West Virginia (17/18) * BCS Cincinnati (25/21) * Louisville * Rutgers (rv/rv) Pittsburgh Connecticut USF Syracuse

W-L 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-4 1-6 1-6

Pct .714 .714 .714 .571 .571 .429 .143 .143

BIG EAST PF PA 217 202 177 157 179 149 160 143 186 152 167 200 166 198 146 197

H 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 3-1 3-1 0-3 1-3

A 3-1 3-1 3-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 1-3 0-3

W-L 10-3 10-3 7-6 9-4 6-7 5-7 5-7 5-7

Pct .769 .769 .538 .692 .462 .417 .417 .417

PF 489 433 285 343 315 291 351 290

OVERALL PA H 348 5-2 264 5-1 261 3-3 238 6-1 297 5-3 292 4-3 272 3-4 342 4-3

A 4-1 4-2 4-2 2-3 1-3 1-4 2-3 1-5

N 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Streak Won 4 Won 3 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3 Lost 5

* clinched share of BIG EAST championship BCS clinched BIG EAST Bowl Championship Series bid Final Bowl Championship Series Rankings: 23 - West Virginia Final Associated Press Top 25: 17 - West Virginia; 25 - Cincinnati; rv - Rutgers Final USA Today Top 25: 18 - West Virginia; 21 - Cincinnati; rv - Rutgers

BIG EAST Bowl Results

Final Associated Press Poll

Belk Bowl • Dec. 27 North Carolina State 31, Louisville 24

Louisville: Teddy Bridgewater, 24 of 43, 274 yards, 2 TD, 3 INT; Victor Anderson, 15 att., 61 yards; Josh Bellamy, 5 rec., 98 yards, 1 TD; Adrian Bushell, 7 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 FF.

New Era Pinstripe Bowl • Dec. 30 Rutgers 27, Iowa State 13 Rutgers: Jawan Jamison, 27 att., 131 yards, 2 TD; Chas Dodd, 10 of 17, 176 yards, 1 TD; Mohamed Sanu, 6 rec., 62 yards; Khaseem Greene, 13 tackles, 3 TFL, 0.5 sack, 1 FF.

AutoZone Liberty Bowl • Dec. 31 Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24 Cincinnati: Isaiah Pead, 28 att., 149 yards, 1 TD; George Winn, 6 att., 78 yards, 1 TD; Zach Collaros, 12 of 29, 80 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT; Nick Temple, 8 tackles, 0.5 TFL, 1 FF, 1 INT.

Discover Orange Bowl • Jan. 4 West Virginia 70, Clemson 33 West Virginia: Geno Smith, 31 of 42, 401 yards, 6 TD; Tavon Austin, 11 rec., 117 yards, 4 TD, 4 att., 46 yards, 5 kickoff returns, 117 yards; 280 all-purpose yards; Shawne Alston, 20 att., 77 yards, 2 TDs; Eain Smith, 12 tackles, 0.5 TFL.

BBVA Compass Bowl • Jan. 7 SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6

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.

School Alabama (55) LSU (1) Oklahoma State (4) Oregon Arkansas Southern California Stanford Boise State South Carolina Wisconsin Michigan State Michigan Baylor TCU Kansas State Oklahoma West Virginia Houston Georgia Southern Mississippi Virginia Tech Clemson Florida State Nebraska Cincinnati

Record 12-1 13-1 12-1 12-2 11-2 10-2 11-2 12-1 11-2 11-3 11-3 11-2 10-3 11-2 10-3 10-3 10-3 13-1 10-4 12-2 11-3 10-4 9-4 9-4 10-3

Pts 1,495 1,425 1,399 1,250 1,198 1,181 1,167 1,127 1,013 905 873 839 780 653 621 572 547 518 439 411 329 188 154 143 103

Receiving votes: Brigham Young 51, Auburn 40, Northern Illinois 33, Missouri 23, Texas 15, Rutgers 3, North Dakota State 2, Penn State 2, Virginia 1.

Pittsburgh: Tino Sunseri, 19 of 28, 183 yards, 1 INT; Isaac Bennett, 10 att., 22 yards; Ronald Jones, 6 rec., 36 yards; Max Gruder, 9 tackles, 1 TFL.

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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.

School Alabama (59) LSU Oklahoma State Oregon Arkansas Boise State Stanford South Carolina Michigan Michigan State Wisconsin Baylor TCU Houston Oklahoma Kansas State Virginia Tech West Virginia Southern Mississippi Georgia Cincinnati Clemson Florida State Nebraska Brigham Young

Record 12-1 13-1 12-1 12-2 11-2 12-1 11-2 11-2 11-2 11-3 11-3 10-3 11-2 13-1 10-3 10-3 11-3 10-3 12-2 10-4 10-3 10-4 9-4 9-4 10-3

Pts 1,475 1,404 1,367 1,290 1,188 1,162 1,106 1,084 925 912 911 775 710 673 610 602 574 554 429 345 248 237 205 144 79

Receiving votes: Northern Illinois 36, Missouri 33, Texas 29, Auburn 28, Rutgers 11, Penn State 10, Texas A&M 5, Virginia 4, Washington 2, Temple 2, Florida 1, Louisiana-Lafayette 1, Mississippi State 1, Arkansas State 1, Notre Dame 1, Ohio 1.


HONORS & AWARDS 

2011 National Postseason Honors Associated Press All-America Second Team Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati Third Team Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia Sports Illustrated All-America Second Team Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati Honorable Mention Trevardo Williams, DE, Connecticut Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers Phillip Thomas, DB, Syracuse Tavon Austin, PR, West Virginia

FWAA Freshman All-America Lyle McCombs, RB, Connecticut Jake Smith, OL, Louisville Kaleb Johnson, OL, Rutgers ECAC All-Stars Kendall Reyes, DL, Connecticut Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh Justin Doerner, P, Rutgers Duron Harmon, DB, Rutgers Nick Provo, TE, Syracuse Justin Pugh, OL, Syracuse Tavon Austin, WR/RS, West Virginia Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia Keith Tandy, DB, West Virginia ECAC Offensive Rookie Of The Year Dustin Garrison, RB, West Virginia ECAC Defensive Rookie Of The Year Dyshawn Davis, LB, Syracuse

BIG EAST OffensIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sept. 5 Ray Graham, Pittsburgh, RB, Jr. Sept. 12 B.J. Daniels, USF, QB, Jr. Sept. 19 Geno Smith, West Virginia, QB, Jr. Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, WR, Jr. Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Ray Graham, Pittsburgh, RB, Jr. Oct. 10 Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, WR, So. Oct. 17 Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, RB, Jr. Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, QB, Sr. Oct. 24 Tino Sunseri, Pittsburgh, QB, Sr. Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Geno Smith, West Virginia, QB, Jr. Nov. 14 Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, WR, Jr. Nov. 21 Jawan Jamison, Rutgers, RB, Fr. Nov. 28 Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville, QB, Fr. Anthony McClung, Cincinnati, WR, So. Dec. 5 BIG EAST Defensive PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sept. 5 Jerrell Young, USF, S, Sr. Sept. 12 Phillip Thomas, Syracuse, S, Jr. Sept. 19 Dexter Heyman, Louisville, LB, Sr. Sept. 26 JK Schaffer, Cincinnati, LB, Sr. Oct. 3 Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers, LB, Jr. Logan Ryan, Rutgers, CB, So. Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Byron Jones, Connecticut, CB, Fr. Oct. 24 Chandler Jones, Syracuse, DE, Sr. Preston Brown, Louisville, LB, So. Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Khaseem Greene, Rutgers, LB, Jr. Nov. 14 Julian Miller, West Virginia, DT, Sr. Nov. 21 Dexter Heyman, Louisville, LB, Sr. Nov. 28 Julian Miller, West Virginia, DT, Sr. Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh, LB, Sr. Dec. 5 BIG EAST SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sept. 5 Tavon Austin, West Virginia, WR, Jr. Mark Joyce, USF, S, Jr. Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia, K, Jr. Sept. 26 Pat O’Donnell, Cincinnati, P, Jr. Oct. 3 Jamal Merrell, Rutgers, LB, So. Oct. 10 Ross Krautman, Syracuse, K, So. Brandon Jones, Rutgers, CB, Jr. Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Dorian Graham, Syracuse, WR, Sr. Oct. 31 Chris Philpott, Louisville, K, Sr. Nov. 7 Adrian Bushell, Louisville, CB, Jr. Nov. 14 Eain Smith, West Virginia, S, Sr. Adrian Bushell, Louisville, CB, Jr. Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Corey Smith, West Virginia, P, Jr. Dec. 5 Tavon Austin, West Virginia, WR, Jr. CAREER WEEKLY AWARD WINNERS 4 — Dave Teggart (K, Connecticut); Geno Smith (West Virginia, QB) 3 — Ray Graham (Pittsburgh, RB); B.J. Daniels (USF, QB); Tavon Austin (West Virginia, WR); Tyler Bitancurt (K, West Virginia); Julian Miller (West Virginia, DT) 2 – Zach Collaros (Cincinnati, QB); Isaiah Pead (Cincinnati, RB); Sio Moore (Connecticut, LB); Adrian Bushell (Louisville, CB); Dexter Heyman (Louisville, LB); Chris Philpott (Louisville, K); Teddy Dellaganna (Rutgers, P); Mohamed Sanu (Rutgers, WR); Ross Krautman (Syracuse, K); Maikon Bonani (USF, K) 1 – Anthony McClung (Cincinnati, WR); Brandon Mills (Cincinnati, LB); Pat O’Donnell (Cincinnati, P); JK Schaffer (Cincinnati, LB); Byron Jones (Connecticut, CB); Blidi WrehWilson (Connecticut, CB); Victor Anderson (Louisville, RB); Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville, QB); Preston Brown (Louisville, LB); Jeremy Wright (Louisville, RB); Brandon Lindsey (Pittsburgh, LB); Dan Mason (Pittsburgh, LB); Tino Sunseri (Pittsburgh, QB); Steve Beauharnais (Rutgers, LB); Chas Dodd (Rutgers, QB); Khaseem Greene (Rutgers, LB); Jawan Jamison (Rutgers, RB); Brandon Jones (Rutgers, CB); Jamal Merrel (Rutgers, LB); Logan Ryan (Rutgers, CB); San San Te (Rutgers, K); Justin Brockhaus-Kann (USF, P); Mark Joyce (USF, S); Terrence Mitchell (USF, DB); Jerrell Young (USF, S); Dorian Graham (Syracuse, WR); Chandler Jones (Syracuse, DE); Ryan Lichtenstein (Syracuse, K); Ryan Nassib (Syracuse, QB); Phillip Thomas (Syracuse, S); Stedman Bailey (West Virginia, WR); Bruce Irvin (West Virginia, DE); Corey Smith (West Virginia, P); Eain Smith (West Virginia, S); Keith Tandy (West Virginia, CB)

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HONORS & AWARDS 

2011 BIG EAST Awards OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville * COACH OF THE YEAR Butch Jones, Cincinnati AMERICAN EAGLE OUTFITTERS SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR JK Schaffer, LB, Cincinnati

ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE Pos. Player WR Mohamed Sanu * WR Tavon Austin OT Justin Pugh OT Don Barclay OG Randy Martinez OG Art Forst OG Andrew Tiller C Moe Petrus TE Nick Provo QB Geno Smith RB Isaiah Pead * RB Ray Graham RB Antwon Bailey K Dave Teggart RS Tavon Austin * DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Derek Wolfe DL Kendall Reyes DL Chandler Jones DL Bruce Irvin LB JK Schaffer LB Khaseem Greene LB Najee Goode CB Adrian Bushell CB Keith Tandy S Drew Frey S Hakeem Smith S Jarred Holley S Duron Harmon P Pat O’Donnell * unanimous selection

School Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School Rutgers Jr. 6-2 215 South Brunswick, N.J./South Brunswick West Virginia So. 5-9 174 Baltimore, Md./Dunbar Syracuse Jr. 6-6 299 Holland, Pa./Council Rock South West Virginia Sr. 6-4 305 Cranberry Township, Pa./Seneca Valley Cincinnati Sr. 6-1 290 Teaneck, N.J./Teaneck Rutgers Sr. 6-8 310 Manasquan, N.J./Manasquan Syracuse Sr. 6-5 328 Brentwood, N.Y./Central Islip Connecticut Sr. 6-2 302 St. Laurent, Que./Vanier Prep Syracuse Sr. 6-4 246 West Palm Beach, Fla./John I. Leonard West Virginia Jr. 6-3 210 Miami, Fla./Miramar Cincinnati Sr. 5-11 198 Columbus, Ohio/Eastmoor Academy Pittsburgh Jr. 5-9 195 Elizabeth, N.J./Elizabeth Syracuse Sr. 5-7 197 Landover, Md./Saint Johns College Connecticut Sr. 6-0 209 Northborough, Mass./Algonqun West Virginia So. 5-9 173 Baltimore, Md./Dunbar School Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School Cincinnati Sr. 6-5 300 Lisbon, Ohio/Beaver Local Connecticut Sr. 6-4 287 Nashua, N.H./Nashua North Syracuse Sr. 6-5 247 Endicott, N.Y./Union-Endicott West Virginia Sr. 6-3 236 Atlanta, Ga./Mt. San Antonio CC Cincinnati Sr. 6-1 232 Cincinnati, Ohio/LaSalle Rutgers Jr. 6-1 220 Elizabeth, N.J./Avon Old Farms West Virginia Sr. 6-1 239 Cleveland, Ohio/Benedictine Louisville Jr. 5-11 190 DeSoto, Texas/Cedar Valley CC West Virginia Sr. 5-10 198 Hopkinsville, Ky./Christian County Cincinnati Jr. 6-3 203 Wilmington, Ohio/Clinton-Massie Louisville So. 6-1 183 Jonesboro, Ga./Riverdale Pittsburgh Jr. 5-10 190 Easton, Pa./Easton Area Rutgers Jr. 6-1 201 Magnolia, Del./Caesar Rodney Cincinnati Jr. 6-5 217 Lake Worth, Fla./Palm Beach Central

ALL-BIG EAST SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE Pos. Player WR Alec Lemon WR Stedman Bailey OT Alex Hoffman OT Mike Ryan OG Desmond Wynn OG Jeremiah Warren C Joe Madsen QB Zach Collaros TE Ryan Griffin RB Lyle McCombs RB Darrell Scott K Maikon Bonani RS Jeremy Deering

School Cl. Ht. Wt. Syracuse Jr. 6-2 196 West Virginia So. 5-10 192 Cincinnati Sr. 6-7 299 Connecticut Sr. 6-5 335 Rutgers Sr. 6-6 295 USF Sr. 6-4 329 West Virginia Jr. 6-4 300 Cincinnati Sr. 6-0 223 Connecticut Jr. 6-6 248 Connecticut Fr. 5-8 172 USF Jr. 6-1 240 USF Jr. 5-10 190 Rutgers So. 6-2 205

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Trevardo Williams DL Chas Alecxih DL Aaron Donald DL Ryne Giddins LB Dexter Heyman LB Max Gruder LB Marquis Spruill CB Dwayne Gratz CB Antwuan Reed CB Logan Ryan CB Kayvon Webster S Jerrell Young S Eain Smith P Cole Wagner P Justin Doerner

School Connecticut Pittsburgh Pittsburgh USF Louisville Pittsburgh Syracuse Connecticut Pittsburgh Rutgers USF USF West Virginia Connecticut Rutgers

JK Schaffer, Cincinnati

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Hometown/High School Crofton, Md./Arundel Senior Miramar, Fla./Miramar Indianapolis, Ind./Cathedral Tamaqua, Pa./Marian Catholic Bear, Del./St. Mark’s Panama City, Fla./Bay Chardon, Ohio/Chardon Steubenville, Ohio/Steubenville Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry Staten Island, N.Y./St. Joseph By The Sea Ventura, Calif./St. Bonaventure Lake Wales, Fla./Lake Wales Tampa, Fla./Leto

Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School Jr. 6-1 231 Bridgeport, Conn./Canterbury Sr. 6-5 285 Lancaster, Pa./Penn Manor So. 6-0 270 Pittsburgh, Pa./Penn Hills So. 6-3 261 Seffner, Fla./Armwood Sr. 6-3 239 Louisville, Ky./Male Sr. 6-2 230 Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Country Day So. 6-1 221 Hillside, N.J./Fork Union Military Academy Jr. 6-0 195 Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway Sr. 5-10 190 Johnstown, Pa./Greater Johnstown So. 6-0 190 Berlin, N.J./Eastern Jr. 5-11 195 Opa Locka, Fla./Miami Monsignor Pace Sr. 6-1 209 St. Petersburg, Fla./Gibbs Sr. 5-11 198 Miramar, Fla./Chaminade-Madonna So. 6-2 211 York, Pa./York Suburban Jr. 5-9 170 Redondo Beach, Calif./Los Angeles Harbor JC


BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES 

Final 2011 Standings 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

LSU Alabama Oklahoma State Stanford Oregon Arkansas Boise State Kansas State South Carolina Wisconsin Virginia Tech Baylor Michigan Oklahoma Clemson Georgia Michigan State TCU Houston Nebraska Southern Miss Penn State West Virginia Texas Auburn

Harris Interactive Rank Pts Pct. 1 2875 1.0000 2 2723 .9471 3 2654 .9231 4 2504 .8710 5 2372 .8250 7 2163 .7523 6 2236 .7777 10 1733 .6028 9 1833 .6376 8 2060 .7165 11 1498 .5210 16 1228 .4271 12 1447 .5033 19 933 .3245 14 1351 .4699 18 1095 .3809 13 1428 .4967 15 1245 .4330 17 1132 .3937 20 717 .2494 21 711 .2473 23 383 .1332 22 522 .1816 34 6 .0021 31 15 .0052

USA Today Rank Pts Pct 1 1475 1.0000 2 1399 .9485 3 1367 .9268 4 1286 .8719 5 1232 .8353 7 1112 .7539 6 1128 .7647 10 878 .5953 9 971 .6583 8 1085 .7356 11 835 .5661 16 599 .4061 12 789 .5349 19 437 .2963 14 657 .4454 18 538 .3647 13 735 .4983 15 631 .4278 17 542 .3675 20 402 .2725 21 366 .2481 23 189 .1281 22 278 .1885 34 1 .0007 36 .0000

A&H 1 3 2 4 12 7 9 5 8 15 13 10 11 6 19 14 20 22 16 17 21 18 25

Computer Rankings B CM M S W Pct. Rank 1 1 1 1 1 1.0000 1 3 3 3 2 2 .9300 3 2 2 2 3 3 .9500 2 4 5 8 10 7 .8000 5 5 8 10 9 6 .7100 8 8 12 5 4 4 .8000 5 6 7 12 12 8 .6800 9 7 4 4 5 5 .8500 4 12 11 9 8 9 .6700 10 10 15 16 19 12 .4600 14 11 13 14 21 17 .4700 13 17 10 6 7 11 .6600 11 16 9 19 22 18 .4000 15 9 6 7 6 10 .7600 7 15 18 20 17 13 .3500 16 20 16 11 11 14 .4900 12 13 21 24 24 22 .1700 21 14 19 23 18 15 .3000 17 19 14 21 25 19 .2900 18 18 17 25 23 20 .2600 19 22 22 16 .0800 25 21 20 23 .1300 24 24 .0000 29 23 13 13 24 .2600 19 24 17 14 21 .1700 21

BCS Avg 1.0000 .9419 .9333 .8476 .7901 .7687 .7408 .6827 .6553 .6374 .5190 .4977 .4794 .4603 .4218 .4119 .3883 .3869 .3504 .2606 .1918 .1305 .1233 .0876 .0584

POLL EXPLANATION & ABOUT THE BCS: To derive a team’s poll percentages in the Harris Interactive and USA Today polls, each team’s point total is divided by a maximum 2850 possible points in the Harris Interactive Poll and 1475 possible points in the USA Today Poll. Teams are assigned a point total for each of their respective computer poll rankings to determine the overall computer component. The highest and lowest ranking for each team is dropped, and the sum total of the remaining four rankings is divided by 100 (the maximum possible points). This figure produces a Computer Rankings Percentage. The six computer ranking providers are Anderson & Hester (A&H), Richard Billingsley (B), Colley Matrix (CM), Kenneth Massey (M), Jeff Sagarin (S) and Peter Wolfe (W). Each computer ranking accounts for schedule strength within its formula. The BCS Average is calculated by averaging the percent totals of the Harris Interactive and USA Today Polls, and Computer rankings. The highest BCS Average receives the No. 1 ranking, the second highest receives No. 2, and so forth. The BCS is a five-game arrangement for post-season college football that is managed by the 11 Bowl Subdivision conferences and Notre Dame. Its purpose is to match the two top-ranked teams in the final BCS standings in a national championship game and to create competitive matchups in the four other BCS bowl games. For more information, visit www.bcsfootball.org.

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NATIONAL LEADERS 

individual Leaders

Rushing............................................. YPG 31. Lyle McCombs, UConn............. 95.92 39. Isaiah Pead, Cin........................ 92.50 45. Antwon Bailey, SU.................... 87.58 Completions Per Game...................... CPG 9. Geno Smith, WVU.................... 26.17 24. Ryan Nassib, SU....................... 21.58 35. B.J. Daniels, USF....................... 19.55 41. Tino Sunseri, Pitt...................... 19.00 Passing Yards Per Game..................... YPG 7. Geno Smith, WVU.................. 331.50 32. B.J. Daniels, USF..................... 236.73 47. Ryan Nassib, SU..................... 223.75 Total Passing Yards........................... Pyds 7. Geno Smith, WVU..................... 3978 47. Ryan Nassib, SU........................ 2685 49. B.J. Daniels, USF........................ 2604 Passing Efficiency............................Rating 22. Geno Smith, WVU.................. 148.38 42. Zach Collaros, Cin................... 139.89 Receptions Per Game........................ RPG 6. Mohamed Sanu, RU................... 9.08 t12. Tavon Austin, WVU.................... 7.42 48. Alec Lemon, SU.......................... 5.67 t49. Stedman Bailey, WVU................ 5.58 Receiving Yards Per Game.................. YPG 13. Stedman Bailey, WVU.............. 99.75 18. Mohamed Sanu, RU................. 95.33 28. Tavon Austin, WVU.................. 88.58 Total Receiving Yards..................... RecYds 13. Stedman Bailey, WVU............... 1197 18. Mohamed Sanu, RU.................. 1144 30. Tavon Austin, WVU................... 1063 All-Purpose Running.......................... YPG 2. Tavon Austin, WVU................ 191.17 Total Offense..................................... YPG 9. Geno Smith, WVU.................. 326.58 17. B.J. Daniels, USF..................... 291.36 49. Zach Collaros, Cin................... 232.89 Scoring ............................................. PPG t31. Maikon Bonani, USF................... 8.25 t31. Tyler Bitancurt, WVU................. 8.25 t43. Dave Teggart, UConn................. 7.92 Points Responsible For...................... PPG 22. Zach Collaros, Cin..................... 15.11 40. Geno Smith, WVU.................... 13.00 44. Ryan Nassib, SU....................... 12.33 Tackles ..............................................TPG 12. Khaseem Greene, RU............... 10.58 t42. Max Gruder, Pitt......................... 8.92 Solo Tackles......................................STPG t19. Khaseem Grenne, RU................. 5.58 26. Phillip Thomas, SU..................... 5.40 t33. DeDe Lattimore, USF.................. 5.17 Tackles for Loss.........................TFL/Game t6. Derek Wolfe, Cin........................ 1.63 t22. Sio Moore, UConn...................... 1.33 t28. Dexter Heyman, UofL................. 1.29 t32. Aaron Donald, Pitt..................... 1.25 t32. Trevardo Williams, UConn......... 1.25 t32. Steve Beauharnais, RU............... 1.25 t40. Bruce Irvin, WVU....................... 1.17 t46. John Hughes, Cin....................... 1.14 t48. Chas Alecxih, Pitt....................... 1.13 t48. Kendall Reyes, UConn................ 1.13 Sacks ..............................................SPG 2. Trevardo Williams, UConn......... 1.04 t8. Aaron Donald, Pitt....................... .83 t12. Derek Wolfe, Cin.......................... .79 t18. Brandon Lindsey, Pitt................... .71 t34. Bruce Irvin, WVU......................... .63 t41. DeDe Lattimore, USF.................... .58

Interceptions.............................Int/Game 2. Phillip Thomas, SU....................... .60 t11. Duron Harmon, RU...................... .42 Forced Fumbles..........................FF/Game t19. Walter Stewart, Cin...................... .33 t39. K’Waun Williams, Pitt.................. .25 t39. Hakeem Smith, UofL.................... .25 t39. Ryne Giddins, USF........................ .25 t39. J.K. Schaffer, Cin........................... .25 Fumbles Recoverd..................... FR/Game t19. David Rowe, RU........................... .25 t19. Jon Lejiste, USF............................ .25 t19. Julian Miller, WVU........................ .25 t19. Walter Stewart, Cin...................... .25 t47. Jesse Joseph, UConn.................... .20 Punting............................................... Avg 17. Pat O’Donnell, Cin.................... 43.93 47. Cole Wagner, UConn................ 41.10 49. Matt Yoklic, Pitt........................ 40.89 Punt Returns...................................... Avg 5. Tavon Austin, WVU.................. 14.11 36. Ronald Jones, Pitt....................... 6.64 44. Nick Williams, UConn................ 5.59 Kickoff Returns................................... Avg 6. Jeremy Deering, RU................. 31.18 18. Tavon Austin, WVU.................. 26.48 39. Nick Williams, UConn.............. 24.86 41. Ralph Abernathy IV, Cin........... 24.70 Field Goals.................................FG/Game 5. Dave Teggart, UConn................. 1.83 t11. Kevin Harper, Pitt....................... 1.58 t11. Mike Bonani, USF....................... 1.58 t16. San San Te, RU........................... 1.50 t24. Tyler Bitancurt, WVU................. 1.33 t24. Tony Miliano, Cin....................... 1.33 t34. Ross Krautman, SU..................... 1.25

TEAM Leaders

Rushing Offense................................ YPG 33. USF......................................... 183.17 37. Cincinnati............................... 175.00 68. Pittsburgh.............................. 151.17 94. Louisville................................ 121.92 95. Syracuse................................. 120.42 97. Connecticut............................ 118.50 100. West Virginia.......................... 117.59 115. Rutgers..................................... 91.50 Passing Offense................................. YPG 7. West Virginia.......................... 341.83 42. USF......................................... 249.58 t46. Rutgers................................... 245.00 65. Syracuse................................. 227.75 70. Cincinnati............................... 217.75 76. Pittsburgh.............................. 211.00 79. Louisville................................ 206.25 84. Connecticut............................ 194.67 Total Offense..................................... YPG 17. West Virginia.......................... 459.58 31. USF......................................... 432.75 56. Cincinnati............................... 392.75 84. Pittsburgh.............................. 362.17 90. Syracuse................................. 347.67 100. Rutgers................................... 336.50 104. Louisville................................ 328.17 108. Connecticut............................ 313.17 Scoring Offense.................................. Avg 19. West Virginia............................ 34.92 28. Cincinnati................................. 33.50 52. USF........................................... 29.25 66. Rutgers..................................... 26.33 70. Pittsburgh................................ 25.75 82. Connecticut.............................. 24.25 84. Syracuse................................... 24.17 100. Louisville.................................. 21.75

Rushing Defense................................ YPG 4. Connecticut.............................. 85.67 6. Cincinnati................................. 93.67 10. Louisville................................ 103.50 16. USF......................................... 107.33 24. Pittsburgh.............................. 121.58 33. Syracuse................................. 128.17 51. West Virginia.......................... 140.75 57. Rutgers................................... 146.08

Interceptions.................................... Total t5. Connecticut................................... 18 t12. Rutgers.......................................... 17 t24. Cincinnati...................................... 14 t48 USF................................................ 12 t48. West Virginia................................. 12 t70. Syracuse........................................ 10 t81. Louisville......................................... 9 t91. Pittsburgh....................................... 8

Pass Defense..................................... YPG 10. Rutgers................................... 168.33 32. West Virginia.......................... 199.58 61. Louisville................................ 224.33 70. Pittsburgh.............................. 233.25 84. USF......................................... 244.00 98. Syracuse................................. 258.25 105. Cincinnati............................... 268.92 114. Connecticut............................ 281.00

Turnovers Gained............................. Total t5. Connecticut................................... 31 t5. Rutgers.......................................... 31 t9. Cincinnati...................................... 30 t28. USF................................................ 26 t54. Syracuse........................................ 21 t64. Pittsburgh..................................... 20 t75. West Virginia................................. 19 t84. Louisville....................................... 18

Pass Efficiency Defense...................Rating 6. Rutgers................................... 104.09 15. West Virginia.......................... 112.48 43. USF......................................... 123.50 46. Pittsburgh.............................. 124.55 58. Louisville................................ 127.52 60. Cincinnati............................... 127.99 71. Connecticut............................ 132.36 86. Syracuse................................. 137.01

Turnovers Lost.................................. Total t42. Cincinnati...................................... 19 t42. Louisville....................................... 19 t42. Syracuse........................................ 19 t52. Pittsburgh..................................... 20 t56. West Virginia................................. 21 t72. Connecticut................................... 23 t84. USF................................................ 24 t109. Rutgers.......................................... 28

Total Defense.................................... YPG 13. Rutgers................................... 314.42 23. Louisville................................ 327.83 27. West Virginia.......................... 340.30 38. USF......................................... 351.33 41. Pittsburgh.............................. 354.83 46. Cincinnati............................... 362.58 49. Connecticut............................ 366.67 65. Syracuse................................. 386.42

Tackles For Loss.........................Per Game 1. Cincinnati................................... 8.88 2. USF............................................. 8.25 9. Pittsburgh.................................. 7.58 t16. Louisville.................................... 7.25 t16. Connecticut................................ 7.25 t16. Rutgers....................................... 7.25 t33. Syracuse..................................... 6.67 t46. West Virginia.............................. 6.25

Scoring Defense................................. PPG 12. Rutgers..................................... 18.75 14. Louisville.................................. 19.17 20. Cincinnati................................. 20.00 33. Pittsburgh................................ 22.42 36. USF........................................... 22.67 50. Connecticut.............................. 24.33 63. West Virginia............................ 26.25 75. Syracuse................................... 28.50

Sacks Per Game t1. Cincinnati................................... 3.58 t4. Pittsburgh.................................. 3.25 t4.. USF............................................. 3.25 t14. Connecticut................................ 2.83 t17. Louisville.................................... 2.67 t17. Rutgers....................................... 2.67 t28. Syracuse..................................... 2.33 t30. Syracuse..................................... 2.25

Net Punting..................................Net Avg 17. Cincinnati................................. 39.09 48. Connecticut.............................. 37.18 62. Louisville.................................. 37.32 66. Pittsburgh................................ 36.17 76. Rutgers..................................... 35.79 97. Syracuse................................... 34.78 99. USF........................................... 34.74 101. West Virginia............................ 34.59

Sacks Allowed . .........................Per Game t34. USF............................................. 1.33 t44. Cincinnati................................... 1.58 t74. West Virginia.............................. 2.17 t89. Syracuse..................................... 2.42 t91. Rutgers....................................... 2.50 t111. Louisville.................................... 3.00 115. Connecticut................................ 3.42 120. Pittsburgh.................................. 4.75

Punt Returns...................................... Avg 16. West Virginia............................ 12.33 73. Cincinnati................................... 7.48 76. Rutgers....................................... 7.00 83. Pittsburgh.................................. 6.54 84. USF............................................. 6.52 94. Connecticut................................ 5.74 102. Louisville.................................... 5.17 116. Syracuse..................................... 3.08 Kickoff Returns................................... Avg 16. Rutgers..................................... 24.24 17. Connecticut.............................. 24.16 26. West Virginia............................ 23.69 37. Louisville.................................. 22.79 40. Syracuse................................... 22.64 41. Cincinnati................................. 21.57 69. Pittsburgh................................ 21.11 77. USF........................................... 20.67

Turnover Margin.................Margin/Game t11. Cincinnati................................... 0.92 t19. Connecticut................................ 0.67 t38. Rutgers....................................... 0.25 t42. USF............................................. 0.17 t42. Syracuse..................................... 0.17 t60. Pittsburgh.................................. 0.00 t68. Louisville................................... -0.08 t74. West Virginia............................. -0.17

Fumbles Recovered.......................... Total t8. Cincinnati...................................... 16 t15. Rutgers.......................................... 14 t15. USF................................................ 14 t22. Connecticut................................... 13 t29. Pittsburgh..................................... 12 t41. Syracuse........................................ 11 t66. Louisville......................................... 9 t91. West Virginia................................... 7

Passes Defended.......................PD/Game t34. Logan Ryan, RU.......................... 1.08 t42. Keith Tandy, WVU...................... 1.00

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Passing Efficiency............................Rating 26. West Virginia.......................... 148.24 48. Louisville................................ 136.99 57. Syracuse................................. 131.17 60. Cincinnati............................... 129.23 87. USF......................................... 122.60 92. Pittsburgh.............................. 118.36 97. Rutgers................................... 116.20 101. Connecticut............................ 113.21


2011 FINAL RESULTS 

Thursday, September 1 Louisville 21, Murray State 3 (ESPNU) Rutgers 48, North Carolina Central 0 (ESPN3) Syracuse 36, Wake Forest 29 (ot) (ESPN3) Saturday, September 3 Connecticut 35, Fordham 3 (ESPN3) USF 23, Notre Dame 20 (NBC) Pittsburgh 35, Buffalo 16 (ESPN3) Cincinnati 72, Austin Peay 10 (BIG EAST Network) Sunday, September 4 West Virginia 34, Marshall 13 (ESPN) Friday, September 9 Florida International 24, Louisville 17 (ESPN) Saturday, September 10 North Carolina 24, Rutgers 22 (ACC Network) Pittsburgh 35, Maine 29 (ESPN3) West Virginia 55, Norfolk State 12 (BIG EAST Network) Tennessee 45, Cincinnati 23 (ESPN2) Syracuse 21, Rhode Island 14 (BIG EAST Network) USF 37, Ball State 7 (BIG EAST Network) Vanderbilt 24, Connecticut 21 (CSS) Friday, September 16 Iowa State 24, Connecticut 20 (ESPN2) Saturday, September 17 Iowa 31, Pittsburgh 27 (ESPN2) West Virginia 37, Maryland 31 (ESPNU) Cincinnati 59, Akron 14 (ESPN3) Louisville 24, Kentucky 17 (ESPNU) USF 70, Florida A&M 17 (BIG EAST Network) Southern California 38, Syracuse 17 (FX) Thursday, September 22 Cincinnati 44, North Carolina State 14 (ESPN/ESPN3D) Saturday, September 24 Notre Dame 15, Pittsburgh 12 (ABC) Syracuse 33, Toledo 30 (ot) (BIG EAST Network) Rutgers 38, Ohio 26 (ESPN3) Connecticut 17, Buffalo 3 (BIG EAST Network) USF 52, UTEP 24 (ESPN3) LSU 47, West Virginia 21 (ABC) Thursday, September 29 PITTSBURGH 44, USF 17 (ESPN/ESPN3D) Saturday, October 1 RUTGERS 19, SYRACUSE 16 (2ot) (BIG EAST Network) Cincinnati 27, Miami (Ohio) 0 (ESPN3) Western Michigan 38, Connecticut 31 (BIG EAST Network) Marshall 17, Louisville 13 (BIG EAST Network) West Virginia 55, Bowling Green 10 (BIG EAST Network) Saturday, October 8 WEST VIRGINIA 43, CONNECTICUT 16 (BIG EAST Network) North Carolina 14, Louisville 7 (ESPN2) RUTGERS 34, PITTSBURGH 10 (ESPNU) Syracuse 37, Tulane 34 (Cox Louisiana) Saturday, October 15 CINCINNATI 25, LOUISVILLE 16 1 (BIG EAST Network) Utah 26, Pittsburgh 14 (ESPNU) Rutgers 21, Navy 20 (ESPN3) CONNECTICUT 16, USF 10 (BIG EAST Network)

Friday, October 21 LOUISVILLE 16, RUTGERS 14 (ESPN2) SYRACUSE 49, WEST VIRGINIA 23 (ESPN) Saturday, October 22 CINCINNATI 37, USF 34 (BIG EAST Network) Wednesday, October 26 PITTSBURGH 35, CONNECTICUT 20 (ESPN) Saturday, October 29 LOUISVILLE 27, SYRACUSE 10 (BIG EAST Network) WEST VIRGINIA 41, RUTGERS 31 (ABC) Saturday, November 5 CONNECTICUT 28, SYRACUSE 21 (ESPNU) LOUISVILLE 38, WEST VIRGINIA 35 (BIG EAST Network) CINCINNATI 26, PITTSBURGH 23 (ESPNU) RUTGERS 20, USF 17 (ot) (ESPN3) Friday, November 11 USF 37, SYRACUSE 17 (ESPN2) Saturday, November 12 PITTSBURGH 21, LOUISVILLE 14 (BIG EAST Network) WEST VIRGINIA 24, CINCINNATI 1 21 (ABC) Rutgers at Army 2 (3:30 p.m., CBS SN) Saturday, November 19 RUTGERS 20, CINCINNATI 3 (ESPNU) LOUISVILLE 34, CONNECTICUT 20 (BIG EAST Network) Miami (Fla.) 6, USF 3 (ESPNU) Friday, November 25 LOUISVILLE 34, USF 24 (ESPN2) WEST VIRGINIA 21, PITTSBURGH 20 (ESPN) Saturday, November 26 CINCINNATI 30, SYRACUSE 13 (BIG EAST Network) CONNECTICUT 40, RUTGERS 22 (ESPN2) Thursday, December 1 WEST VIRGINIA 30, USF 27 (ESPN/ESPN3D) Saturday, December 3 CINCINNATI 35, CONNECTICUT 27 (ESPN) PITTSBURGH 33, SYRACUSE 20 (ESPN2) Tuesday, December 27 Belk Bowl (ESPN) North Carolina State 31, Louisville 24 Friday, December 30 New Era Pinstripe Bowl (ESPN) Rutgers 27, Iowa State 13 Saturday, December 31 AutoZone Liberty Bowl (ABC) Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24 Wednesday, January 4 Discover Orange Bowl (ESPN) West Virginia 70, Clemson 33 Saturday, January 7 BBVA Compass Bowl (ESPN) SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6 1 at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio 2 at Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y.

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2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RUSHING PEAD, Isaiah McCOMBS, Lyle BAILEY, Antwon JAMISON,Jawan SCOTT, Darrell GARRISON, Dustin DANIELS, B.J. ANDERSON, Victor BROWN, Dominique MURRAY, Demetri

Team CIN CONN SYR RUT USF WVU USF LOU LOU USF

Cl SR FR SR FR JR FR JR SR SO JR

G 13 12 12 12 11 12 11 12 12 12

Att Yds 237 1259 275 1151 240 1051 231 897 153 814 136 742 132 601 114 539 140 533 121 503

Avg 5.3 4.2 4.4 3.9 5.3 5.5 4.6 4.7 3.8 4.2

TD 12 7 6 9 5 6 6 3 4 8

Long 65 65 53 56 56 42 71 61 55 31

Yds/G 96.8 95.9 87.6 74.8 74.0 61.8 54.6 44.9 44.4 41.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PASSING AVG/GAME SMITH, Geno DANIELS, B.J. NASSIB, Ryan SUNSERI,Tino COLLAROS, Zach McENTEE, Johnny BRIDGEWATER, Teddy NOVA, Gary LEGAUX, Munchie McCUMMINGS, Sc.

Team WVU USF SYR PITT CIN CONN LOU RUT CIN CONN

Cl JR JR SR JR SR JR FR FR SO FR

G 13 11 12 13 10 12 13 10 11 12

Att 526 365 415 385 272 335 296 227 116 10

Cmp 346 215 259 247 166 172 191 116 55 5

Int 7 7 9 11 10 8 12 9 4 0

Pct. 65.8 58.9 62.4 64.2 61.0 51.3 64.5 51.1 47.4 50.0

Yds 4385 2604 2685 2616 1940 2110 2129 1553 749 157

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL OFFENSE SMITH, Geno DANIELS, B.J. NASSIB, Ryan COLLAROS, Zach SUNSERI,Tino BRIDGEWATER, Teddy McENTEE, Johnny NOVA, Gary PEAD, Isaiah McCOMBS, Lyle

Team WVU USF SYR CIN PITT LOU CONN RUT CIN CONN

Cl JR JR SR SR JR FR JR FR SR FR

G 13 11 12 10 13 13 12 10 13 12

Rush -33 601 39 234 86 66 -148 -114 1259 1151

Pass 4385 2604 2685 1940 2616 2129 2110 1553 0 0

Plays 582 497 480 356 539 385 390 250 237 275

Total 4352 3205 2724 2174 2702 2195 1962 1439 1259 1151

Yds/G 334.8 291.4 227.0 217.4 207.8 168.8 163.5 143.9 96.8 95.9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

RECEPTIONS SANU,Mohamed AUSTIN, Tavon LEMON, Alec BAILEY, Stedman PROVO, Nick STREET,Devin MCCLUNG, Anthony MCCARTNEY, Ivan MOORE, Isiah MOORE, Kashif

Team RUT WVU SYR WVU SYR PITT CIN WVU CONN CONN

Cl JR JR JR SO SR SO SO SO SR SR

G 13 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 12 12

Rec Yds 115 1206 101 1186 68 834 72 1279 51 537 53 754 49 683 49 585 43 566 41 604

TD 7 8 6 12 7 2 6 3 0 5

Long 32 72 58 84 33 66 36 51 41 62

Avg/C Rec/G 10.5 8.85 11.7 7.77 12.3 5.67 17.8 5.54 10.5 4.25 14.2 4.08 13.9 3.77 11.9 3.77 13.2 3.58 14.7 3.42

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RECEIVING YARDS BAILEY, Stedman SANU,Mohamed AUSTIN, Tavon LEMON, Alec STREET,Devin MCCLUNG, Anthony MOORE, Kashif MOORE, Isiah MCCARTNEY, Ivan PROVO, Nick

Team WVU RUT WVU SYR PITT CIN CONN CONN WVU SYR

Cl SO JR JR JR SO SO SR SR SO SR

G 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 12

Rec Yds 72 1279 115 1206 101 1186 68 834 53 754 49 683 41 604 43 566 49 585 51 537

TD 12 7 8 6 2 6 5 0 3 7

Long 84 32 72 58 66 36 62 41 51 33

Avg/C Yds/G 17.8 98.4 10.5 92.8 11.7 91.2 12.3 69.5 14.2 58.0 13.9 52.5 14.7 50.3 13.2 47.2 11.9 45.0 10.5 44.8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ALL PURPOSE AUSTIN, Tavon PEAD, Isaiah McCOMBS, Lyle WILLIAMS, Nick BAILEY, Antwon BAILEY, Stedman SANU,Mohamed LAMAR, Lindsey SCOTT, Darrell KOBENA, Jeremiah

Team WVU CIN CONN CONN SYR WVU RUT USF USF SYR

Cl JR SR FR JR SR SO JR JR JR FR

G 13 13 12 12 12 13 13 12 11 12

Rush 182 1259 1151 3 1051 0 -2 150 814 10

Rcv PR 1186 268 319 74 172 0 236 123 200 0 1279 0 1206 55 157 0 169 0 4 0

KR 938 0 0 920 0 67 0 817 0 1027

Yds 2574 1652 1323 1282 1251 1346 1259 1124 983 1041

TD Avg/G 31 337.3 13 236.7 22 223.8 10 201.2 15 194.0 12 175.8 14 163.8 11 155.3 5 68.1 2 13.1

Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati

Avg/G 198.0 127.1 110.2 106.8 104.2 103.5 96.8 93.7 89.4 86.8

Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers

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1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

INTERCEPTIONS THOMAS, Phillip HARMON,Duron TANDY, Keith BROWN, Ty-Meer GRATZ, Dwayne MOORE, Sio CHEATHAM, Camerron RYAN, Logan BEAUHARNAIS, Steve DRANE, Deven

Team SYR RUT WVU CONN CONN CONN CIN RUT RUT CIN

Cl JR JR SR FR JR JR JR SO JR SO

G 10 13 13 12 12 12 13 13 13 13

Int 6 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Yds 50 86 63 52 32 -2 70 56 53 43

TD 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

Long 24 45 18 48 19 0 53 45 44 43

Int/G 0.60 0.38 0.31 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

PASS EFFICIENCY SMITH, Geno BRIDGEWATER, Teddy COLLAROS, Zach NASSIB, Ryan DANIELS, B.J. SUNSERI,Tino NOVA, Gary McENTEE, Johnny

Team WVU LOU CIN SYR USF PITT RUT CONN

Cl JR FR SR SR JR JR FR JR

G 13 13 10 12 11 13 10 12

Att 526 296 272 415 365 385 227 335

Cmp 346 191 166 259 215 247 116 172

Int 7 12 10 9 7 11 9 8

Pct. 65.8 64.5 61.0 62.4 58.9 64.2 51.1 51.3

Yds 4385 2129 1940 2685 2604 2616 1553 2110

1. 2.

PUNT RETURN AVG AUSTIN, Tavon WILLIAMS, Nick

Team WVU CONN

Cl JR JR

G 13 12

Ret 19 22

Yds 268 123

TD 0 0

Long Avg 64 14.1 36 5.6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

KICK RETURN AVG DEERING,Jeremy ABERNATHY, RD AUSTIN, Tavon WILLIAMS, Nick WRIGHT, Jeremy JACKSON,Buddy KOBENA, Jeremiah DAVIS,Corey LAMAR, Lindsey THOMAS,Jordan

Team RUT CIN WVU CONN LOU PITT SYR PITT USF RUT

Cl SO FR JR JR SO SR FR FR JR SO

G 12 13 13 12 12 13 12 12 12 13

Ret 17 39 36 37 18 23 45 17 40 16

Yds 530 1034 938 920 425 543 1027 359 817 310

TD 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Long 98 90 100 61 58 98 79 36 62 31

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PUNTING O’DONNELL, Pat YOKLIC,Matt WAGNER, Cole DOERNER,Justin FISHER, Jonathan BROCKHAUS-KANN

Team CIN PITT CONN RUT SYR USF

Cl SO SO SO JR FR JR

G 13 13 12 13 9 12

Punt 63 62 80 64 43 62

Yds Long Avg 2760 76 43.8 2554 58 41.2 3288 63 41.1 2577 58 40.3 1690 57 39.3 2253 55 36.3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SCORING BITANCURT, Tyler BONANI, Maikon TEGGART, David MILIANO, Tony TE, San San HARPER,Kevin PEAD, Isaiah ALSTON, Shawne KRAUTMAN, Ross BAILEY, Stedman

Team WVU USF CONN CIN RUT PITT CIN WVU SYR WVU

Cl JR JR SR FR SR JR SR JR SO SO

G 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 11 12 13

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 12 0 12

XPT 61 42 29 47 37 32 0 0 33 0

FG 16 19 22 17 20 21 0 0 15 0

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TD 31 14 15 22 13 10 11 12

Eff. 152.6 132.4 131.8 129.9 126.7 124.1 116.6 111.3

Avg 31.2 26.5 26.1 24.9 23.6 23.6 22.8 21.1 20.4 19.4

Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville

Pts Pts/G 109 8.4 99 8.2 95 7.9 98 7.5 97 7.5 95 7.3 90 6.9 72 6.5 78 6.5 72 5.5

Maikon Bonani, USF

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2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

SCORING (TDs) PEAD, Isaiah ALSTON, Shawne BAILEY, Stedman AUSTIN, Tavon COLLAROS, Zach JAMISON,Jawan McCOMBS, Lyle MURRAY, Demetri BAILEY, Antwon PROVO, Nick

Team CIN WVU WVU WVU CIN RUT CONN USF SYR SYR

Cl SR JR SO JR SR FR FR JR SR SR

G 13 11 13 13 10 12 12 12 12 12

TD 15 12 12 11 8 9 8 8 7 7

Rush Pass 12 3 12 0 0 12 1 8 8 0 9 0 7 1 8 0 6 1 0 7

Ret 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SCORING (KICK) BITANCURT, Tyler BONANI, Maikon TEGGART, David MILIANO, Tony TE, San San HARPER,Kevin KRAUTMAN, Ross PHILPOTT, Chris

Team WVU USF CONN CIN RUT PITT SYR LOU

Cl JR JR SR FR SR JR SO SR

G 13 12 12 13 13 13 12 13

PATs 61-63 42-42 29-30 47-50 37-38 32-33 33-34 33-35

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

FIELD GOALS TEGGART, David HARPER,Kevin BONANI, Maikon TE, San San MILIANO, Tony KRAUTMAN, Ross BITANCURT, Tyle PHILPOTT, Chris

Team CONN PITT USF RUT CIN SYR WVU LOU

Cl SR JR JR SR FR SO JR SR

G 12 13 12 13 13 12 13 13

FG 22 21 19 20 17 15 16 12

FGA 28 31 26 31 25 19 22 18

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

FIELD GOAL PCT KRAUTMAN, Ross TEGGART, David BONANI, Maikon BITANCURT, Tyler MILIANO, Tony HARPER,Kevin PHILPOTT, Chris TE, San San

Team SYR CONN USF WVU CIN PITT LOU RUT

Cl SO SR JR JR FR JR SR SR

G 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13

FG 15 22 19 16 17 21 12 20

FGA Long Pct. 19 40 78.9 28 53 78.6 26 49 73.1 22 45 72.7 25 48 68.0 31 52 67.7 18 52 66.7 31 50 64.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

PAT KICKING PCT BONANI, Maikon TE, San San KRAUTMAN, Ross HARPER,Kevin BITANCURT, Tyler TEGGART, David PHILPOTT, Chris MILIANO, Tony

Team USF RUT SYR PITT WVU CONN LOU CIN

Cl JR SR SO JR JR SR SR FR

G 12 13 12 13 13 12 13 13

PAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts Pts/G 90 6.9 72 6.5 72 5.5 66 5.1 48 4.8 54 4.5 48 4.0 48 4.0 42 3.5 42 3.5

FGs Pts Pts/G 16-22 109 8.4 19-26 99 8.2 22-28 95 7.9 17-25 98 7.5 20-31 97 7.5 21-31 95 7.3 15-19 78 6.5 12-18 69 5.3

Made Att 42 42 37 38 33 34 32 33 61 63 29 30 33 35 47 50

Pct. FG/G 78.6 1.83 67.7 1.62 73.1 1.58 64.5 1.54 68.0 1.31 78.9 1.25 72.7 1.23 66.7 0.92

Lyle McCombs, Connecticut

Pct. 100.0 97.4 97.1 97.0 96.8 96.7 94.3 94.0

Ross Krautman, Syracuse

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TACKLES (All positions) Player 1. GREENE,Khaseem 2. GRUDER,Max 3. SCHAFFER, JK 4. THOMAS, Phillip 5. JOHNSON, Jory 6. SMALLWOOD, Yawin LATTIMORE, DeDe 8. LANARIS, Michae 9. MOORE, Sio 10. HEYMAN, Dexter 11. THOMAS, Shamarko 12. GOODE, Najee 13. GARVIN, Terence 14. COOK, Darwin 15. SMITH, Hakeem BROWN, Preston 17. VAUGHAN, Dan BARRINGTON, Sam 19. BEAUHARNAIS, Steve 20. SMITH, Eain 21. FREY, Drew 22. RICHARDSON, Wesley 23. WOLFE, Derek 24. SPRUILL, Marquis 25. RYAN, Logan HOLLEY,Jarred

Team RUT PITT CIN SYR CONN CONN USF USF CONN LOU SYR WVU WVU WVU LOU LOU SYR USF RUT WVU CIN CIN CIN SYR RUT PITT

Cl JR SR SR JR JR FR SO JR JR SR JR SR JR SO SO SO SR JR JR SR JR SR SR SO SO JR

G 13 13 13 10 12 12 12 12 12 13 10 13 11 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13

Pos LB LB LB DB LB LB LB LB LB LB SS LB DB DB S LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DL LB CB DB

Solo 74 58 51 54 45 36 62 45 55 56 47 43 43 51 59 52 40 45 43 55 43 37 37 43 48 40

Ast 67 58 63 28 52 58 32 42 31 34 20 44 29 34 25 32 32 27 34 21 30 34 33 19 19 27

SACKS 1. WILLIAMS, Trevardo 2. DONALD,Aaron 3. WOLFE, Derek 4. IRVIN, Bruce LINDSEY,Brandon 6. LATTIMORE, DeDe 7. FRANCIS,Justin ALECXIH,Chas 9. MOORE, Sio 10. DAVIS, Claude

Team CONN PITT CIN WVU PITT USF RUT PITT CONN USF

Cl JR SO SR SR SR SO SR SR JR SR

G 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 11

Pos DL DL DL DE LB LB DL DL LB DL

Solo 12 10 9 8 8 6 5 6 6 6

Ast 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 0

Yds 83 63 66 71 54 44 47 43 40 36

Total 12.5 11.0 9.5 8.5 8.5 7.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.0

Avg/G 1.04 0.85 0.73 0.65 0.65 0.58 0.50 0.50 0.54 0.55

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. WOLFE, Derek 2. HEYMAN, Dexter BEAUHARNAIS, Steve 4. MOORE, Sio 5. DONALD,Aaron 6. ALECXIH,Chas 7. WILLIAMS, Trevardo 8. IRVIN, Bruce 9. GREENE,Khaseem 10. GOODE, Najee

Team CIN LOU RUT CONN PITT PITT CONN WVU RUT WVU

Cl SR SR JR JR SO SR JR SR JR SR

G 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 13 13

Pos DL LB LB LB DL DL DL DE LB LB

Solo 18 12 13 13 13 14 13 14 10 11

Ast 7 8 6 6 6 3 4 2 9 6

Yds 96 61 57 58 77 61 97 91 50 45

Total 21.5 16.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 15.5 15.0 15.0 14.5 14.0

Avg/G 1.65 1.23 1.23 1.33 1.23 1.19 1.25 1.15 1.12 1.08

FUMBLES FORCED 1. STEWART, Walter 2. GIDDINS, Ryne 3. WILLIAMS,K’Waun SCHAFFER, JK TAYLOR, Monte SMITH, Hakeem IRVIN, Bruce

Team CIN USF PITT CIN CIN LOU WVU

Cl JR SO SO SR SR SO SR

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 13

Num 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Avg/G 0.31 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23

FUMBLES RCVD 1. LEJISTE, Jon 2. REED,Antwuan STEWART, Walter MILLER, Julian ROWE,David 6. JOSEPH, Jesse 7. ANDERSON, Ri’Shard 8. LANARIS, Michae JOHNSON, Jory SMALLWOOD, Yawin

Team USF PITT CIN WVU RUT CONN SYR USF CONN CONN

Cl JR SR JR JR SR JR JR JR JR FR

G 12 13 13 13 13 10 11 12 12 12

Num 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

Avg/G 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.20 0.18 0.17 0.17 0.17

Total Avg/G Sack 141 10.8 3.5 116 8.9 0.5 114 8.8 4.0 82 8.2 0.0 97 8.1 0.0 94 7.8 1.5 94 7.8 7.0 87 7.2 1.0 86 7.2 6.5 90 6.9 4.5 67 6.7 0.0 87 6.7 5.0 72 6.5 3.5 85 6.5 0.0 84 6.5 0.0 84 6.5 1.5 72 6.0 1.0 72 6.0 2.5 77 5.9 5.0 76 5.8 0.0 73 5.6 0.0 71 5.5 0.0 70 5.4 9.5 62 5.2 3.0 67 5.2 0.5 67 5.2 2.0

Khaseem Greene, Rutgers

Dexter Heyman, Louisville

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2011 TEAM STATISTICS 

SCORING OFFENSE 1. West Virginia 2. Cincinnati 3. USF 4. Rutgers 5. Connecticut 6. Pittsburgh 7. Syracuse 8. Louisville

G 13 13 12 13 12 13 12 13

TD 63 55 42 41 32 36 35 36

XP 61 50 42 37 29 32 33 33

2XP 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 16 17 19 20 22 21 15 12

Saf 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 489 433 351 343 291 315 290 285

Avg 37.6 33.3 29.2 26.4 24.2 24.2 24.2 21.9

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Rutgers 2. Louisville 3. Cincinnati 4. USF 5. Pittsburgh 6. Connecticut 7. West Virginia 8. Syracuse

G 13 13 13 12 13 12 13 12

TD 28 33 29 31 35 38 42 38

XP 22 31 28 29 32 35 37 36

2XP 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 16 10 20 19 17 9 19 26

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Pts 238 261 264 272 297 292 348 342

Avg 18.3 20.1 20.3 22.7 22.8 24.3 26.8 28.5

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. West Virginia 2. USF 3. Rutgers 4. Syracuse 5. Louisville 6. Pittsburgh 7. Cincinnati 8. Connecticut

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 12

Rush 542 434 475 418 381 426 392 359

Pass Plays Yards Avg/P 353 9 65.1 4509 253 11 58.3 2995 256 16 53.9 3136 261 9 62.4 2733 243 13 63.8 2749 263 14 61.7 2727 223 14 56.9 2699 182 9 50.7 2336

TD Yds/G 8.3 32 346.8 6.9 15 249.6 6.6 21 241.2 6.5 23 227.8 7.2 19 211.5 6.4 12 209.8 6.9 20 207.6 6.5 14 194.7

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Rutgers 2. Louisville 3. West Virginia 4. Pittsburgh 5. USF 6. Cincinnati 7. Connecticut 8. Syracuse

G 13 13 13 13 12 13 12 12

Rush 1809 1307 1882 1520 1288 1239 1028 1538

Pass 2240 2956 2645 3038 2934 3394 3372 3099

Plys 831 857 920 913 876 940 814 851

Yards Avg 4049 4.9 4263 5.0 4527 4.9 4558 5.0 4222 4.8 4633 4.9 4400 5.4 4637 5.4

TD Yds/G 25 311.5 31 327.9 36 348.2 33 350.6 27 351.8 27 356.4 33 366.7 37 386.4

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. USF 2. Cincinnati 3. Pittsburgh 4. West Virginia 5. Louisville 6. Syracuse 7. Connecticut 8. Rutgers

G 12 13 13 13 13 12 12 13

Att Yds Avg 477 2185 4.6 500 2321 4.6 518 1824 3.5 417 1595 3.8 466 1580 3.4 396 1445 3.6 466 1422 3.1 461 1271 2.8

TD Yds/G 22 182.1 28 178.5 21 140.3 25 122.7 13 121.5 10 120.4 13 118.5 14 97.8

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. Connecticut 2. Cincinnati 3. Louisville 4. USF 5. Pittsburgh 6. Syracuse 7. Rutgers 8. West Virginia

G 12 13 13 12 13 12 13 13

Rushes Yards Avg. 385 1028 2.7 457 1239 2.7 435 1307 3.0 435 1288 3.0 465 1520 3.3 436 1538 3.5 476 1809 3.8 472 1882 4.0

TD Yds/G 11 85.7 10 95.3 11 100.5 11 107.3 17 116.9 16 128.2 17 139.2 21 144.8

PASS OFFENSE 1. West Virginia 2. USF 3. Rutgers 4. Syracuse 5. Louisville 6. Pittsburgh 7. Cincinnati 8. Connecticut

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 12

Att 542 434 475 418 381 426 392 359

Cmp 353 253 256 261 243 263 223 182

Int 9 11 16 9 13 14 14 9

Pct. 65.1 58.3 53.9 62.4 63.8 61.7 56.9 50.7

Yds Avg 4509 8.3 2995 6.9 3136 6.6 2733 6.5 2749 7.2 2727 6.4 2699 6.9 2336 6.5

Zach Collaros, Cincinnati

TD Yds/G 32 346.8 15 249.6 21 241.2 23 227.8 19 211.5 12 209.8 20 207.6 14 194.7

Hakeem Smith, Louisville

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PASS DEFENSE 1. Rutgers 2. West Virginia 3. Louisville 4. Pittsburgh 5. USF 6. Syracuse 7. Cincinnati 8. Connecticut

G 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

Att 355 448 422 448 441 415 483 429

Cmp 184 255 253 273 270 259 291 248

Int 19 14 10 8 12 10 16 18

Pct. 51.8 56.9 60.0 60.9 61.2 62.4 60.2 57.8

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Connecticut 2. Cincinnati 3. West Virginia 4. Louisville 5. Rutgers 6. Syracuse 7. Pittsburgh 8. USF

G 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 12

Ret 43 49 57 46 38 59 52 51

Yds 1039 1181 1349 1085 879 1336 1117 1054

TD 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0

Avg 24.2 24.1 23.7 23.6 23.1 22.6 21.5 20.7

PUNTING 1. Cincinnati 2. Connecticut 3. Rutgers 4. Pittsburgh 5. Louisville 6. Syracuse 7. USF 8. West Virginia

G 13 12 13 13 13 12 12 13

No. Yards Avg/P 64 2790 43.6 80 3288 41.1 64 2577 40.3 72 2848 39.6 71 2649 37.3 64 2475 38.7 62 2253 36.3 56 2148 38.4

PR 144 214 137 85 7 189 19 169

Gained TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum 1. Cincinnati 13 17 16 33 7 2. Connecticut 12 13 18 31 14 3. Rutgers 13 15 19 34 12 4. Syracuse 12 11 10 21 10 USF 12 14 12 26 13 6. West Virginia 13 9 14 23 13 7. Pittsburgh 13 13 8 21 8 Louisville 13 11 10 21 9

Yds Avg 2240 6.3 2645 5.9 2956 7.0 3038 6.8 2934 6.7 3099 7.5 3394 7.0 3372 7.9

TD Yds/G 8 172.3 15 203.5 20 227.4 16 233.7 16 244.5 21 258.2 17 261.1 22 281.0

Avg 2.2 2.7 2.1 1.2 0.1 3.0 0.3 3.0

TBg Net/P 8 38.8 5 37.2 5 36.6 7 36.4 3 36.4 3 34.8 4 34.7 2 34.6

Lost Int 14 9 16 9 11 9 14 13

Tot 21 23 28 19 24 22 22 22

Mar Per/G +12 0.92 +8 0.67 +6 0.46 +2 0.17 +2 0.17 +1 0.08 -1 -0.08 -1 -0.08

PUNT RETURN AVG 1. West Virginia 2. Cincinnati 3. USF 4. Rutgers 5. Pittsburgh 6. Connecticut 7. Louisville 8. Syracuse

G 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 12

Ret 25 26 33 16 27 23 19 12

Yds 294 186 215 104 165 132 94 37

TD 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

Avg 11.8 7.2 6.5 6.5 6.1 5.7 4.9 3.1

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. West Virginia 2. Louisville 3. Syracuse 4. Cincinnati 5. USF 6. Pittsburgh 7. Rutgers 8. Connecticut

G 13 13 12 13 12 13 13 12

Att 542 381 418 392 434 426 475 359

Cmp 353 243 261 223 253 263 256 182

Pct 65.1 63.8 62.4 56.9 58.3 61.7 53.9 50.7

Int 9 13 9 14 11 14 16 9

Yds 4509 2749 2733 2699 2995 2727 3136 2336

TD 32 19 23 20 15 12 21 14

Effic 151.2 134.0 131.2 124.4 122.6 118.2 117.2 113.2

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY 1. Rutgers 2. West Virginia 3. USF 4. Cincinnati 5. Pittsburgh 6. Louisville 7. Connecticut 8. Syracuse

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 12

Att 355 448 441 483 448 422 429 415

Cmp 184 255 270 291 273 253 248 259

Int 19 14 12 16 8 10 18 10

Pct. 51.8 56.9 61.2 60.2 60.9 60.0 57.8 62.4

Yds 2240 2645 2934 3394 3038 2956 3372 3099

TD 8 15 16 17 16 20 22 21

Effic 101.6 111.3 123.6 124.3 126.1 129.7 132.4 137.0

Max Gruder, Pittsburgh

Dwayne Gratz, Connecticut

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2011 TEAM STATISTICS 

FIRST DOWNS 1. West Virginia 2. USF 3. Pittsburgh 4. Rutgers 5. Cincinnati 6. Syracuse 7. Louisville 8. Connecticut

G 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 12

Rush 91 128 99 80 117 79 93 80

Pass 187 142 143 148 115 133 116 108

Pen Total 23 301 22 292 17 259 28 256 23 255 16 228 5 214 20 208

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT 1. Rutgers 2. Connecticut 3. Cincinnati 4. Pittsburgh 5. USF 6. West Virginia 7. Louisville 8. Syracuse

G 13 12 13 13 12 13 13 12

Conv 59 56 66 63 70 73 74 72

Att 185 172 202 191 197 204 193 173

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS 1. Rutgers 2. Connecticut 3. Louisville 4. USF 5. West Virginia 6. Cincinnati 7. Pittsburgh Syracuse

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 12

Rush 90 68 86 75 94 84 83 95

Pass 94 135 126 138 129 148 151 131

Pen Total 15 199 12 215 18 230 22 235 18 241 16 248 20 254 28 254

SACKS AGAINST 1. USF 2. Cincinnati 3. West Virginia 4. Syracuse 5. Rutgers 6. Louisville Connecticut 8. Pittsburgh

G 12 13 13 12 13 13 12 13

Sacks 16 21 26 29 30 41 41 63

Yards 123 153 198 155 218 232 257 418

SACKS BY 1. Cincinnati 2. Pittsburgh 3. USF 4. Rutgers 5. Connecticut 6. Louisville 7. West Virginia 8. Syracuse

G 13 13 12 13 12 13 13 12

Sacks 46 43 39 36 35 33 31 28

Yards 325 270 244 253 224 256 180 205

FIELD GOALS 1. Syracuse 2. Connecticut 3. USF 4. West Virginia 5. Cincinnati 6. Pittsburgh 7. Louisville 8. Rutgers

G 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13

Made Att 15 19 22 28 19 26 22 16 17 25 21 31 12 18 20 31

Pct .789 .786 .731 .727 .680 .677 .667 .645

PENALTIES 1. Pittsburgh 2. Connecticut 3. Rutgers 4. Cincinnati 5. West Virginia 6. Louisville 7. USF 8. Syracuse

G 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 12

No 69 63 88 67 80 90 85 79

Yds Avg/G 513 39.5 502 41.8 581 44.7 607 46.7 697 53.6 735 56.5 721 60.1 753 62.8

PAT KICKING 1. USF 2. Rutgers 3. Syracuse 4. Pittsburgh 5. West Virginia 6. Connecticut 7. Cincinnati 8. Louisville

G 12 13 12 13 13 12 13 13

Made Att 42 42 37 38 33 34 32 33 61 63 29 30 50 53 33 35

Pct 1.000 .974 .971 .970 .968 .967 .943 .943

OPPONENT PENALTIES 1. Connecticut 2. Cincinnati 3. Syracuse 4. Pittsburgh 5. West Virginia 6. Rutgers 7. USF 8. Louisville

G 12 13 12 13 13 13 12 13

No 96 101 84 79 87 86 70 70

Yds Avg/G 819 68.2 841 64.7 707 58.9 725 55.8 723 55.6 692 53.2 582 48.5 495 38.1

TIME OF POSSESSION 1. Rutgers 2. Louisville 3. Connecticut 4. Syracuse 5. Pittsburgh 6. West Virginia 7. Cincinnati 8. USF

G 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 12

Total Time 428:01 415:36 369:01 348:12 375:06 368:20 363:46 332:19

Avg/G 32:55 31:58 30:45 29:01 28:51 28:20 27:58 27:41

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS 1. Rutgers 2. West Virginia USF 4. Syracuse 5. Cincinnati 6. Pittsburgh 7. Louisville 8. Connecticut

G 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 12

Conv 11 9 6 8 6 5 7 4

Att 18 18 12 17 13 12 17 10

Pct 61.1 50.0 50.0 47.1 46.2 41.7 41.2 40.0

ONSIDE KICK SUCCESS 1. Rutgers Connecticut 3. Louisville 4. Syracuse Pittsburgh Cincinnati West Virginia USF

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 12

OnSide 1-2 1-2 2-5 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Percent 50.0 50.0 40.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT 1. Connecticut 2. Cincinnati 3. Rutgers West Virginia 5. Louisville 6. Pittsburgh 7. Syracuse 8. USF

G 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

Conv 3 6 8 8 9 10 8 10

Att 10 17 17 17 19 20 13 16

Pct 30.0 35.3 47.1 47.1 47.4 50.0 61.5 62.5

ONSIDE KICK ALLOWED 1. Rutgers USF West Virginia Syracuse 5. Pittsburgh 6. Cincinnati Connecticut Louisville

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 12 13

OnSide 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 1-2 1-2 1-2

Percent 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 25.0 50.0 50.0 50.0

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS 1. Syracuse 2. West Virginia 3. USF 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati 6. Rutgers 7. Pittsburgh 8. Connecticut

G 12 13 12 13 13 13 13 12

Conv 75 73 70 74 69 74 65 49

Att 176 180 175 188 183 202 193 172

Pct 42.6 40.6 40.0 39.4 37.7 36.6 33.7 28.5

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Pct 31.9 32.6 32.7 33.0 35.5 35.8 38.3 41.6


2011 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS 

Points scored Longest reception 24 McCOMBS, Lyle (Connecticut) vs FORDHAM (Sep. 3, 2011) 92 COLEMAN,Brandon (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011) 24 SCOTT, Darrell (USF) vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011) 24 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012) Field goal attempts 7 TE, San San (Rutgers) at Syracuse (Oct 01, 2011) Touchdowns 4 McCOMBS, Lyle (Connecticut) vs FORDHAM (Sep. 3, 2011) Field goals made 4 SCOTT, Darrell (USF) vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011) 4 Five times 4 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012) Longest field goal TD responsibility 53 TEGGART, David (Connecticut) at West Virginia (Oct 08, 2011) 7 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012) [1r,6p] 53 TEGGART, David (Connecticut) at Cincinnati (12/3/11) Points scored kicking 15 KRAUTMAN, Ross (Syracuse) vs TOLEDO (Sep 24, 2011) 15 HARPER,Kevin (Pittsburgh) vs SYRACUSE (12/3/11)

[4fg,3pat] [4fg,3pat]

Total offense yards 468 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

YOKLIC,Matt (Pittsburgh) at West Virginia (Nov 25, 2011)

Yards punted 428 YOKLIC,Matt (Pittsburgh) at West Virginia (Nov 25, 2011)

Longest punt 76 O’DONNELL, Pat (Cincinnati) vs NORTH CAROLINA STATE (09/22/11)

[5r,463p]

Total offense plays 67 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

[2r,65p]

Total offense yards/play 13.9 NOVA, Gary (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

[20-278]

Punting avg 57.2 SMITH, Corey (West Virginia) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 25, 2011)

[10-428] [4-229]

Rushing yards 291 GARRISON, Dustin (West Virginia) vs BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011)

Punt returns 6 MITCHELL, Terre (USF) vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011)

Rushing attempts 34 JAMISON,Jawan (Rutgers) vs CINCINNATI (Nov 19, 2011)

Punt return yards 86 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 10, 2011)

Longest punt return 64 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 10, 2011)

Yards per rush 12.2 SCOTT, Darrell (USF) vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011)

[12-146]

Rushing TDs 4 McCOMBS, Lyle (Connecticut) vs FORDHAM (Sep. 3, 2011)

Punt return TDs 1 Four times

Longest rush 80 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) at Rutgers (Oct 29, 2011)

Punt return avg 28.7 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 10, 2011)

Passing yards 463 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

Kick return yards 178 JACKSON,Buddy (Pittsburgh) vs UTAH (10/15/11)

Passing attempts 65 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

Kick return avg 68.0 BUSHELL, Adrian (Louisville) at Connecticut (Nov. 19,2011)

[2-136]

Passing TDs 6 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012)

Longest kick return 100 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs MARSHALL (Sep 04, 2011) 100 BUSHELL, Adrian (Louisville) at Connecticut (Nov. 19,2011)

Longest pass 92 NOVA, Gary (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

Kick return TDs 1 Seven times

Passes completed 38 SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

Combined PR/KR yards 178 JACKSON,Buddy (Pittsburgh) vs UTAH (10/15/11)

Had intercepted 3 Five times

Interceptions 2 Six times

Pass completion pct 78.4 NASSIB, Ryan (Syracuse) vs RHODE ISLAND (Sep 10, 2011)

[29-37]

[3-86]

[0pr-178kr]

Longest interception rtn 63 EVANS, Mike (Louisville) at Cincinnati (10/15/11)

Pass yards/attempt 16.6 NOVA, Gary (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

[18-298]

Interception return TDs 1 11 times

Pass yards/catch 27.1 NOVA, Gary (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

[11-298]

All-purpose yards 303 GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs USF (9/29/11)

Receiving yards 223 COLEMAN,Brandon (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

Tackles 17.0

GREENE,Khaseem (Rutgers) vs USF (Nov 05, 2011)

Receptions 16 SANU,Mohamed (Rutgers) vs OHIO (Sep 24, 2011)

Sacks 4.0 4.0

MILLER, Julian (West Virginia) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 25, 2011) WILLIAMS, Trev. (Connecticut) vs RUTGERS (Nov. 26,2011)

Yards per catch 37.2 COLEMAN,Brandon (Rutgers) at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011) Receiving TDs 4 AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012)

Punts 10

[6-223]

Tackles for loss 5.0 WOLFE, Derek (Cincinnati) vs CONNECTICUT (12/3/11)

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[5-12] [4-0] [4-0] [3-4]

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2011 TEAM HIGHS 

Points 72

Punt return yards 98 West Virginia vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 10, 2011)

Cincinnati vs AUSTIN PEAY (09/03/11)

Points scored kicking 15 Syracuse vs TOLEDO (Sep 24, 2011) 15 Pittsburgh vs SYRACUSE (12/3/11)

[4fg,3pat] [4fg,3pat]

Touchdowns 10 Cincinnati vs AUSTIN PEAY (09/03/11) 10 USF vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011) 10 West Virginia vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012) Total offense yards 745 USF vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011)

Punt return avg 19.6 West Virginia vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 10, 2011) Punt return TDs 1 Four times Kick returns 8 USF at Pittsburgh (9/29/11)

[268r,477p]

Kick return yards 234 West Virginia vs LOUISVILLE (Nov 05, 2011)

Total offense plays 95 Rutgers at Syracuse (Oct 01, 2011)

[38r,57p]

Kick return avg 60.0 Cincinnati vs Vanderbilt (Dec 31, 2011)

Total offense yards/play 8.3 USF vs UTEP (Sep 24, 2011)

[69-575]

Kick return TDs 1 Seven times

Rushing yards 387 Cincinnati vs AUSTIN PEAY (09/03/11)

Interceptions 4 Cincinnati vs AKRON (09/17/11) 4 Rutgers vs PITTSBURGH (Oct 08, 2011)

Rushing attempts 58 Pittsburgh vs USF (9/29/11) 58 Pittsburgh at West Virginia (Nov 25, 2011) Yards per rush 8.3 USF vs UTEP (Sep 24, 2011)

Interception return yds 103 Cincinnati vs AKRON (09/17/11) [45-373]

Longest interception rtn 63 Louisville at Cincinnati (10/15/11)

Rushing TDs 6 Cincinnati vs AUSTIN PEAY (09/03/11)

Interception return TDs 2 Cincinnati vs AKRON (09/17/11)

Longest rush 80 West Virginia at Rutgers (Oct 29, 2011)

Fumbles lost 4 Syracuse at Pittsburgh (12/3/11)

Passing yards 477 USF vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011)

Fumbles recovered 4 Rutgers vs OHIO (Sep 24, 2011) 4 Pittsburgh vs SYRACUSE (12/3/11)

Passing attempts 65 West Virginia vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

Sacked by opp 10 Pittsburgh at West Virginia (Nov 25, 2011)

Passing TDs 6 West Virginia vs Clemson (Jan 04, 2012)

QB sacks 10 West Virginia vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 25, 2011)

Longest pass 92 Rutgers at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

Turnovers committed 6 Rutgers at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011) 6 Syracuse at Pittsburgh (12/3/11)

Passes completed 38 West Virginia vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

Turnovers caused 6 Cincinnati vs AKRON (09/17/11) 6 Connecticut vs RUTGERS (Nov. 26,2011) 6 Pittsburgh vs SYRACUSE (12/3/11)

Had intercepted 4 Pittsburgh at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2011) Pass completion pct 78.4 Syracuse vs RHODE ISLAND (Sep 10, 2011)

[29-37]

Passing yards/attempt 11.1 USF vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011)

[43-477]

Yards per catch 20.0 Rutgers at Connecticut (Nov. 26,2011)

[22-439]

Punts 10

Pittsburgh at West Virginia (Nov 25, 2011)

Punting avg 59.7 Cincinnati vs NORTH CAROLINA STATE (09/22/11) Punt returns 7 USF vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011)

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Kicks blocked 2 Rutgers at Syracuse (Oct 01, 2011) 2 Rutgers at Louisville (Oct 21, 2011) First downs 39 USF vs FLORIDA A&M (Sep 17, 2011) 1st downs rushing 20 Cincinnati vs AUSTIN PEAY (09/03/11) 1st downs passing 23 West Virginia vs LOUISIANA STATE (Sep 24, 2011)

Longest punt 76 Cincinnati vs NORTH CAROLINA STATE (09/22/11) Yards punted 428 Pittsburgh at West Virginia (Nov 25, 2011)

[5-98]

[10-428] [3-179]

1st downs by penalty 8 West Virginia vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 10, 2011) Penalties 14 West Virginia at Cincinnati (Nov 12, 2011) Penalties yards 109 USF vs CINCINNATI (Oct 22, 2011)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

TOTAL OFFENSE GAME 76 69 68 67 66 65 SEASON 590 582 554 549 549 539 538 530 526 504 CAREER 1,693 1,468 1,403 1,390 1,358 1,264 1,261 1,232 1,212 1,188

GAME 555 549 502 495 490 479 476 474 468 463 SEASON 4,352 3,978 3,829 3,353 3,542 3,502 3,497 3,345 3,330 3,313 CAREER 10,875 10,529 9,950 9,919 9,713 9,486 8,149 7,992 7,648 7,604

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PLAYS

Matt Grothe, USF vs. Cincinnati (54 pass, 22 rush, 11/3/07) Walter Washington, Temple vs. West Virginia (33 pass, 36 rush, 11/29/03) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (10 rush, 58 pass, 9/30/05) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh vs. Penn State (64 pass, 3 rush, 11/28/91) Walter Washington, Temple vs. Pittsburgh (23 rush, 44 pass, 10/9/04) Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Syracuse (65 pass, 2 rush, 9/22/07) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. LSU (65 pass, 2 rush, 9/24/11) Walter Washington, Temple vs. Rutgers (27 rush, 39 pass, 10/16/04) Walter Washington, Temple vs. Pittsburgh (40 pass, 26 rush, 11/22/03) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati at Connecticut (15 rush, 50 pass, 11/27/10) Matt Grothe, USF, 2007 (392 pass, 198 rush) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (526 pass, 56 rush) Walter Washington, Temple, 2004 (332 pass, 222 rush) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (413 pass, 136 rush) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2002 (367 pass, 182 rush) TINO SUNSERI, Pittsburgh, 2011 (385 pass, 154 rush) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2004 (409 pass, 129 rush) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (473 pass, 57 rush) Matt Grothe, USF, 2008 (380 pass, 146 rush) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, 2010 (383 pass, 121 rush)

SEASON 334.8 331.5 304.8 294.5 291.4 291.4 286.8 284.7 282.2 281.5

YARDS PER GAME Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (4,385 pass, -33 rush, 13 games) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (4,024 pass, -46 rush, 12 games) Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1993 (3,397 pass, -44 rush, 11 games) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (3,679 pass, 150 rush, 13 games) Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, 2007 (3,121 pass, 376 rush, 12 games) B.J. DANIELS, USF, 2011 (2,604 pass, 601 rush, 11 games) Gino Torretta, Miami, 1991 (3,095 pass, 60 rush, 11 games) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005 (2,883 pass, -36 rush, 10 games) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, 2010 (2,902 pass, 202 rush, 11 games) Walter Washington, 2004 (2,207 pass, 889 rush, 11 games)

YARDS PER PLAY

TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY

GAME (Minimum 15 plays) 17.40 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. Citadel (19 for 330, 9/23/06) 17.31 Mike Teel, Rutgers vs. Norfolk State (16 for 277, 9/15/07) 17.19 Mike Teel, Rutgers vs. Louisville (26 for 447, 12/4/08) 17.09 Brian Brohm, Louisville, vs. Murray State (22 for 376, 8/30/07) 16.63 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers (19 for 316, 10/9/99) 16.05 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech vs. Temple (19 for 305, 11/20/99) 15.67 Marc Bulger, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (21 for 329, 11/27/99) 15.63 John Turman, Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame (16 for 250, 11/13/99) 15.16 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech vs. Akron (19 for 288, 9/2/00) 14.52 Ken Dorsey, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (21 for 305, 12/7/02) SEASON (Minimum 250 plays) 9.24 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech, 1999 (262 for 2,420) 8.63 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2007 (359 for 3,098) 8.62 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1993 (389 for 3,353) 8.59 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2006 (360 for 3,049) 8.32 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005 (342 for 2,847) 8.05 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2001 (330 for 2,655) 8.03 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2000 (338 for 2,714) 8.00 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2002 (416 for 3,330) 7.96 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2008 (420 for 3,345) 7.71 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1997 (375 for 2,892)

Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (1,148 pass, 545 rush) Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (783 pass, 685 rush) Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (938 pass, 465 rush) Henry Burris, Temple, 1993-96 (1,139 pass, 251 rush) Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 (1,217 pass, 141 rush) B.J. DANIELS, USF, 2008-11 (842 pass, 422 rush) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 (842 pass, 419 rush) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (817 pass, 145 rush) Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (1,153 pass, 59 rush) Mike McMahon, Rutgers, 1997-00 (974 pass, 214 rush)

YARDS GAINED Zach Collaros, Cincinnati vs. Connecticut (480 pass, 75 rush, 11/7/09) Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Syracuse (555 pass, -6 rush, 9/22/07) Henry Burris, Temple vs. Pittsburgh (445 pass, 57 rush, 10/5/96) Bryan Randall, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (504 pass, -9 rush, 11/9/02) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati vs. USF (463 pass, 27 rush, 10/22/10) Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (470 pass, 9 rush, 10/24/97) Marvin Graves, Syracuse vs. Rutgers (425 pass, 51 rush, 10/10/92) Gino Torretta, Miami vs. San Diego State (485 pass, -11 rush, 11/30/91) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. LSU (463 pass, 5 rush, 9/24/11) B.J. DANIELS, USF vs. Cincinnati (409 pass, 54 rush, 10/22/11) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (4,385 pass, -33 rush) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (4,024 pass, -46 rush) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (3,679 pass, 150 rush) Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1993 (3,397 pass, -44 rush) Matt Grothe, USF, 2007 (2,670 pass, 872 rush) Matt Grothe, USF, 2008 (2,911 pass, 591 rush) Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, 2007 (3,121 pass, 376 rush) Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2008 (3,418 pass, -73 rush) Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2002 (3,369 pass, -39 rush) Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut, 2004 (3,354 pass, -41 rush) Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (8,669 pass, 2,206 rush) Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (6,049 pass, 4,480 rush) Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (8,389 pass, 1,561 rush) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (9,956 pass, -37 rush) Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-07 (9,383 pass, -210 rush) Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (9,565 pass, -84 rush) Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 (8,482 pass, -333 rush) B.J. DANIELS, USF, 2008-11 (6,358 pass, 1,634 rush) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 (7,457 pass, 191 rush) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 (6,724 pass, 880 rush)

GAME 8 Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (7 pass, 1 rush, 10/24/97) 7 Mike Teel, Rutgers vs. Louisville (7 pass, 12/4/08) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. Clemson (6 pass, 1 rush, 1/4/12) 6 Tony Pike, Cincinnati vs. Illinois (6 pass, 11/27/09) Mike Teel, Rutgers at Pittsburgh (6 pass, 10/25/08) Willis McGahee, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (6 rush, 12/7/02) Bryan Randall, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (5 pass, 1 rush, 11/9/02) Devin Scott, Temple vs. Rutgers (6 pass, 10/30/99) Marc Bulger, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (6 pass, 11/27/98) 5 30 Times (Last By: Zach Collaros, Cincinnati at USF, 10/22/11) SEASON 39 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (37 pass, 2 rush) 34 Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, 2007 (31 pass, 3 rush) 33 Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh, 1997 (30 pass, 3 rush) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (30 pass, 3 rush) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (31 pass, 2 rush) 31 Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 2009 (29 pass, 2 rush) Pat White, West Virginia, 2006 (13 pass, 18 rush) 30 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1998 (22 pass, 8 rush) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, 2010 (26 pass, 4 rush) 29 Pat White, West Virginia, 2008 (21 pass, 8 rush) CAREER 103 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (56 pass, 47 rush) 96 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (77 pass, 19 rush) 88 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (86 pass, 2 rush) 78 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2002-06 (66 pass, 12 rush) 75 Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (52 pass, 23 rush) 74 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 (60 pass, 14 rush) 72 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (65 pass, 7 rush) 68 Rasheed Marshall, West Virginia, 2000-04 (39 pass, 23 rush) 67 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, 2008-11 (51 pass, 16 rush)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

RUSHING

Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (2,012 yards) Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008 (2,083 yards) Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 2002 (1,710 yards) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2006 (1,994 yards) Jordan Todman, Connecticut, 2010 (1,695 yards) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 2009 (1,799 yards) Derrick Knight, Boston College, 2003 (1,721 yards) Tanardo Sharps, Temple, 2002 (1,276 yards) LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2008 (1,488 yards) Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1998 (1,726 yards)

SEASON 29.2 28.2 28.0 27.8 26.5 26.4 26.1 25.9 25.8 25.7

Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (380 in 13 games) Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008 (367 in 13 games) Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1998 (308 in 11 games) Jordan Todman, Connecticut, 2010 (334 in 12 games) William Green, Boston College, 2001 (265 in 10 games) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1997 (264 in 10 games) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1998 (261 in 10 games) Tanardo Sharps, Temple, 2002 (311 in 12 games) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2006 (335 in 13 games) Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 2002 (335 in 13 games)

GAME 337 299 291 280 277 275 272 271 261 SEASON 2,083 2,012 1,799 1,794 1,753 1,744 1,726 1,721 1,710 1,695

MOST RUSHES

GAME 48 47 43 42 41 40 39 SEASON 380 367 335 334 325 321 311 308 CAREER 1,023 910 729 726 708 698 664 687 685 678

Tanardo Sharps, Temple vs. Rutgers (215 yards, 11/16/02) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati (194 yards, 12/5/09) Donald Brown, Connecticut vs. Pittsburgh (205 yards, 11/11/06) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (261 yards, 12/4/10) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (151 yards, 11/28/97) Quincy Wilson, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (177 yards, 10/11/03) Willis McGahee, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (205 yards, 12/7/02) Edgerrin James, Miami vs. UCLA (299 yards, 12/5/98) Ray Rice, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (225 yards, 10/21/06) Ray Rice, Rutgers, vs. USF (181 yards, 10/18/07)

Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 1999-02 (5,039 yards) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005-07 (4,926 yards) Noel Devine, West Virginia, 2007-10 (4,317 yards) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1996-98 (3,907 yards) Derrick Knight, Boston College, 2000-03 (3,725 yards) Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2006-08 (3,800 yards) Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 (3,923 yards) Tanardo Sharps, Temple, 1999-02 (3,269 yards) Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (4,480 yards) Brian Leonard, Rutgers, 2003-06 (2,775 yards)

RUSHES PER GAME

YARDS GAINED Kay-Jay Harris, West Virginia vs. East Carolina (25 rushes, 9/4/04) Edgerrin James, Miami vs. UCLA (39 rushes, 12/5/98) Dustin Garrison, West Virginia vs. Bowling Green (32 rushes, 10/1/01) Ray Rice, Rutgers vs. Ball State (35 rushes, 1/5/08) RAY GRAHAM, Pittsburgh vs. Florida International (29 rushes, 10/2/10) Anthony Allen, Louisville vs. Middle Tennessee State (35 rushes, 9/6/07) Kevan Barlow, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (32 rushes, 11/24/00) Edgerrin James, Miami vs. Boston College (33 rushes, 10/18/97) Donald Brown, Connecticut vs. Buffalo (29 rushes, 1/3/09) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (42 rushes, 12/4/10) Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008 (367 rushes) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (380 rushes) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 2009 (325 rushes) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2006 (335 rushes) Willis McGahee, Miami, 2002 (282 rushes) Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2006 (248 rushes) Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1998 (308 rushes) Derrick Knight, Boston College, 2003 (321 rushes) Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 2002 (335 rushes) Jordan Todman, Connecticut, 2010 (334 rushes)

CAREER 5,040 Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 1999-02 (1,023 rushes) 4,926 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005-07 (910 rushes) 4,480 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (685 rushes) 4,317 Noel Devine, West Virginia, 2007-10 (729 rushes) 3,923 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 (664 rushes) 3,907 Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1996-98 (726 rushes) 3,800 Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2006-08 (698 rushes) 3,725 Derrick Knight, Boston College, 2000-03 (708 rushes) 3,597 Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1995-98 (614 rushes) 3,475 Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech, 2001-03 (616 rushes) QUARTERBACK GAME 247 Pat White, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (15 rushes, 10/14/06) 220 Pat White, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (23 rushes, 11/24/05) 210 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech vs. Boston College (16 rushes, 9/30/00) 200 Pat White, West Virginia at Louisville (21 rushes, 11/22/08) 186 Pat White, West Virginia vs. Connecticut (16 rushes, 11/24/07) 185 Walter Washington, Temple vs. Syracuse (29 rushes, 11/13/04) 177 Pat White, West Virginia vs. USF (11 rushes, 12/3/05) 156 Pat White, West Virginia at Rutgers (22 rushes, 10/27/07) 155 Pat White, West Virginia at Cincinnati (27 rushes, 11/17/07) 151 Walter Washington, Temple vs. Virginia Tech (26 rushes, 11/15/03) QUARTERBACK SEASON 1,335 Pat White, West Virginia, 2007 (198 rushes) 1,219 Pat White, West Virginia, 2006 (165 rushes) 974 Pat White, West Virginia, 2008 (191 rushes) 952 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005 (131 rushes) 889 Walter Washington, Temple, 2004 (222 rushes) 872 Matt Grothe, USF, 2007 (198 rushes) 861 Rasheed Marshall, West Virginia, 2004 (169 rushes) 772 B.J. DANIELS, USF, 2009 (175 rushes) 666 Rasheed Marshall, West Virginia, 2002 (173 rushes) 622 Matt Grothe, USF, 2006 (178 rushes) QUARTERBACK CAREER 4,480 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (685 rushes) 2,206 Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (545 rushes) 2,040 Rasheed Marshall, West Virginia, 2001-04 (491 rushes) 1,634 B.J. DANIELS, USF, 2008-11 (422 rushes) 1,561 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (465 rushes) 1,468 Walter Washington, Temple, 2003-04 (378 rushes) 1,197 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech, 1999-00 (214 rushes) FRESHMAN SEASON 1,799 Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 2009 (325 rushes) ** 1,328 LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2007 (276 rushes) ** 1,261 Terrell Willis, Rutgers, 1993 (195 rushes) 1,151 LYLE McCOMBS, Connecticut, 2011 (275 rushes) 1,139 Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 1999 (224 rushes) 1,128 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005 (205 rushes) ** 1,120 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005 (195 rushes) ** 1,047 Victor Anderson, Louisville, 2008 (183 rushes) 1,035 Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1996 (222 rushes) 957 Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech, 2001 (175 rushes)** ** - true freshmen, others listed were redshirt freshmen 100-YARD GAMES, SEASON 11 Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008 10 Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1998 Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 2002 Willis McGahee, Miami, 2002 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2006 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2006 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 2009 Jordan Todman, Connecticut, 2010 100-YARD GAMES, CAREER 28 Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 1999-02 25 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005 21 Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1996-98 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 19 Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1995-98 Noel Devine, West Virginia, 2007-10 18 Derrick Knight, Boston College, 2000-03 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 17 Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2006-08 16 Edgerrin James, Miami, 1996-98

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SEASON 160.2 156.9 155.9 154.8 150.5 143.0 141.2 138.4 138.0 134.8

YARDS PER GAME Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008 (2,083 in 13 games) Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1998 (1,726 in 11 games) William Green, Boston College, 2001 (1,559 in 10 games) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (2,012 in 13 games) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1997 (1,505 in 10 games) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1998 (1,430 in 10 games) Jordan Todman, Connecticut, 2010 (1,695 in 12 games) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, 2009 (1,799 in 13 games) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2006 (1,794 in 13 games) Willis McGahee, Miami, 2002 (1,753 in 13 games)

YARDS PER RUSH

GAME (Minimum 10 rushes) 19.70 Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio) (197 on 10, 10/9/10) 16.50 Pat White, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (247 on 15, 10/14/06) 16.10 Pat White, West Virginia vs. USF (177 on 11, 12/3/05) 14.69 Terrell Willis, Rutgers vs. Temple (191 on 13, 10/2/93) 14.27 Anthony Comer, Boston College vs. Temple (157 on 11, 9/25/93) 14.14 Quincy Wilson, West Virginia vs. East Carolina (198 on 14, 9/28/02) 13.91 Frank Gore, Miami vs. Syracuse (153 on 11, 11/17/01) 13.70 George Stripling, Louisville vs. Syracuse (137 on 10, 11/26/05) 13.55 Demetrius Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Eastern Michigan (149 on 11, 9/9/95) 13.53 Tanardo Sharps, Temple vs. Connecticut (203 on 15, 11/24/01) SEASON (Minimum 100 rushes) 7.40 Pat White, West Virginia, 2006 (1,219 on 165) 7.30 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005 (952 on 131) 7.03 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2006 (1,744 on 248) 6.93 James Mungro, Syracuse, 2000 (797 on 115) 6.74 Pat White, West Virginia, 2007 (1,335 on 198) 6.67 Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, 2009 (806 on 121) 6.55 Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, 2010 (1,029 in 157) 6.47 Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1997 (886 on 137) 6.47 Terrell Willis, Rutgers, 1993 (1,261 on 195) 6.44 Quincy Wilson, West Virginia, 2002 (901 on 140)

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING

GAME 6 Willis McGahee, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (12/7/02) 5 Walter Reyes, Syracuse vs. Notre Dame (12/6/03) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech vs. Central Florida (11/11/00) Steve Slaton, West Virginia vs. Louisville (10/15/05) 4 LYLE McCOMBS, Connecticut vs. Fordham (9/3/11) Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (12/4/10) Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (11/20/10) Delone Carter, Syracuse vs. Colgate (9/25/10) Jordan Todman, Connecticut vs. Cincinnati (11/7/09) Donald Brown, Connecticut vs. Hofstra (8/28/08) LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (10/25/08) Ray Rice, Rutgers, vs. Ball State (1/5/08) Benjamin Williams, USF at Florida Atlantic (10/6/07) Delone Carter, Syracuse vs. Wyoming (9/30/06) Pat White, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (10/14/06) Pat White, West Virginia vs. Louisville (11/2/06) Michael Bush, Louisville vs. West Virginia (10/15/05) Damien Rhodes, Syracuse vs. Buffalo (9/10/05) Steve Slaton, West Virginia vs. Cincinnati (11/9/05) Kay-Jay Harris, West Virginia vs. East Carolina (9/4/04) Walter Washington, Temple vs. West Virginia (11/29/03) Quincy Wilson, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (11/15/03) Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (11/8/03) Justise Hairston, Rutgers vs. Navy (9/27/03) Walter Reyes, Syracuse vs. Central Florida (9/20/03) Willis McGahee, Miami vs. Temple (9/14/02) Avon Cobourne, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (11/3/01) Kevan Barlow, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (11/24/00) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers (9/16/00) Terrell Willis, Rutgers vs. Army (10/16/93) Darnell Campbell, Boston College vs. Temple (9/25/93) David Walker, Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh (10/19/91) QUARTERBACK GAME 4 Pat White, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (10/14/06) Pat White, West Virginia vs. Louisville (11/2/06) Walter Washington, Temple vs. West Virginia (11/29/03)

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SEASON 28 27 24 23 22 21 20 20 19 CAREER 53 50 49 47 45 42 38 35 33

98t 92t 91t 90t 90 89 88t

Willis McGahee, Miami, 2002 Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 2000 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 Michael Bush, Lousiville, 2005 Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 2002 LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2008 Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech, 2003 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2006 Walter Reyes, Syracuse, 2003 Darnell Campbell, Boston College, 1993 Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 1999-02 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005-07 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 Walter Reyes, Syracuse, 2001-04 Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 1999-02 Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1996-98 LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2007-08 Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech, 2001-03 William Green, Boston College, 1999-01

LONGEST RUSHING PLAY

Terry Caulley, Connecticut vs. Army (10/14/06) Noel Devine, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (10/11/08) Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers vs. Tulane (10/2/10) Robert Walker, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (10/30/93) Ray Rice, Rutgers vs. Ball State (1/5/08) Chad Bosch, Rutgers vs. Temple (10/26/96) George Stripling, Louisville vs. Syracuse (11/26/05) Noel Devine, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (11/27/09) Victor Anderson, Louisville vs. Middle Tennessee State (10/18/08) Larry Jones, Miami vs. Pittsburgh (11/6/93)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS GAME 381 SEASON 206.9 198.0 184.2 181.9 177.3 174.9 173.2 169.8 166.7 164.2 CAREER 5,945 5,763 5,499 5,340 5,260 4,783 4,643 4,502 4,480 4,443 4,374

Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh (118 rec., 256 KOR, 7 PR, 12/5/09) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (16 rush, 1,191 rec., 202 PR, 1,281 KOR) Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2011 (182 rush, 1,186 rec., 268 PR, 938 KOR) Terrell Willis, Rutgers, 1993 (1,261 rush, 61 rec., 704 KOR) William Green, Boston College, 2001 (1,559 rush, 260 rec.) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1998 (1,430 rush, 175 rec., 168 KOR) Mike Cloud, Boston College, 1998 (1,726 rush, 198 rec.) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (2,012 rush, 239 rec.) Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008 (2,083 rush, 125 rec.) Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, 1998 (105 rush, 894 rec. 145 PR, 690 KOR) Chuckie Dukes, Boston College, 1992 (1,387 rush, 194 rec., 225 KOR) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati 2005, 2007-09 (26 rush, 3,003 rec., 2,664 KOR, 252 PR) Noel Devine, West Virginia, 2007-10 (4,317 rush, 710 rec., 736 KOR) Avon Coburne, West Virginia, 1999-2002 (5,040 rush, 459 rec.) Terrell Wllis, Rutgers, 1993-95 (3,114 rush, 163 rec., 2,063 KOR) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005-07 (4,926 rush, 334 rec.) Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 (3,923 rush, 813 rec., 47 KOR) Brian Leonard, Rutgers, 2003-06 (2,775 rush, 1,868 rec.) Tanardo Sharps, Temple, 1999-2002 (3,269 rush, 394 rec., 839 KOR) Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (4,480 rush) Derrick Knight, Boston College, 2000-03 (3,725 rsh, 700 rec., 18 KOR) Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2009-11 (388 rush, 2,124 rec., 268 PR, 1,594 KOR)

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PASSING

ATTEMPTS GAME 65 64 58 57 55 54 SEASON 526 473 457 453 415 413 409 407 CAREER 1,217 1,153 1,148 1,142 1,138 1,087 1,075 974 947 938

Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Syracuse (45 comp., 555 yards, 9/22/07) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. LSU (38 comp., 463 yards, 9/24/11) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh vs. Penn State (27 comp., 324 yards, 11/28/91) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (35 comp., 371 yards, 9/30/05) Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Utah (39 comp., 467 yards, 10/5/07) Ryan Hart, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (31 comp., 351 yards, 10/23/04) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (36 comp., 395 yards, 9/17/92) Ryan Collins, Miami vs. Memphis State (32 comp., 392 yards, 11/27/93) Brock Berlin, Miami vs. West Virginia (37 comp., 352 yards, 10/2/03) Matt Grothe, USF vs. Cincinnati (31 comp., 382 yards, 11/3/07) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (346 comp., 4,385 yards) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (308 comp., 4,024 yards) Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut, 2004 (288 comp., 3,354 yards) Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2004 (295 comp., 3,254 yards) RYAN NASSIB, Syracuse, 2011 (259 comp., 2,685 yards) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (247 comp., 3,679 yards) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2004 (230 comp., 3,067 yards) Henry Burris, Temple, 1994 (215 comp., 2,716 yards) Brian St. Pierre, Boston College, 2002 (237 comp., 2,983 yards) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh, 1992 (245 comp., 3,163 yards) Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 (735 comp., 8,482 yards) Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (668 comp., 9,565 yards) Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (717 comp., 8,669 yards) Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-08 (661 comp., 9,383 yards) Henry Burris, Temple, 1993-96 (558 comp., 7,495 yards) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (714 comp., 9,956 yards) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2002-06 (645 comp., 8,343 yards) Mike McMahon, Rutgers, 1997-00 (482 comp., 6,608 yards) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 (619 comp., 7,457 yards) Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (548 comp., 8,389 yards)

COMPLETIONS

GAME 45 39 38 37 36 35 32 SEASON 346 308 295 288 259 247 245 243 240

Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Syracuse (65 att., 555 yards, 9/22/07) Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut vs. Syracuse (51 att., 445 yards, 10/30/04) Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Utah (58 att., 467 yards, 10/5/07) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. LSU (65 att., 463 yards, 9/24/11) Brock Berlin, Miami vs. West Virginia (54 att., 352 yards, 10/2/03) Devin Scott, Temple vs. Rutgers (45 att., 311 yards, 10/30/99) Geno Smith, West Virginia at Maryland (49 att., 388 yards, 9/17/11) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (58 att., 371 yards, 9/30/05) Ryan Hart, Rutgers vs. West Virginia (46 att., 324 yards, 10/30/04) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. Clemson (43 att., 407 yards, 1/4/12) Geno Smith, West Virginia at Marshall (45 att., 316 yards, 9/10/10) Tony Pike, Cincinnati vs. Illinois (49 att., 399 yards, 11/27/09) Matt Grothe, USF vs. Kansas (45 att., 338 yards, 9/12/08) Mike Teel, Rutgers at Connecticut (52 att., 343 yards, 11/3/07) Paul Peterson, Boston College vs. Pittsburgh (53 att., 367 yards, 10/16/04) Devin Scott, Temple vs. Maryland (49 att., 228 yards, 9/2/99) Marc Bulger, West Virginia vs. Miami (48 att., 346 yards, 10/30/99) Marc Bulger, West Virginia vs. Miami (43 att., 380 yards, 10/24/98) Henry Burris, Temple vs. Syracuse (53 att., 392 yards, 10/22/94) Ryan Collins, Miami vs. Memphis State (54 att., 392 yards, 11/27/93)

CAREER 735 717 714 668 661 645 619 571 558 548

Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 (1,217 att., 8,482 yards) Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (1,148 att., 8,669 yards) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (1,087 att., 9,956 yards) Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (1,153 att., 9,565 yards) Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-08 (1,142 att., 9,383 yards) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2002-06 (1,075 att., 8,343 yards) Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 (947 att., 7,457 yards) Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1996-99 (933 att., 7,371 yards) Henry Burris, Temple, 1993-96 (1,136 att., 7,495 yards) Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (938 att., 8,389 yards)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

GAME (Minimum 10 comp.) 91.7 Michael Vick, Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers (11 of 12, 248 yards, 10/9/99) 90.9 Bryan Randall, Virginia Tech vs. Texas A&M (10 of 11, 119 yards, 9/21/02) Troy Nunes, Syracuse vs. Brigham Young (10 of 11, 228 yards, 9/30/00) Ray Lucas, Rutgers vs. Colgate (10 of 11, 108 yards, 9/4/93) 90.0 Adam Bednarik, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (9 of 10, 78 yards, 10/8/05) Pat White, West Virginia vs. East Carolina (18 of 20, 192 yards, 9/1/07) 88.2 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati vs. Louisville (15 of 17, 253 yards, 10/24/09) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. Citadel (15 of 17, 313 yards, 9/23/06) 87.5 Devin Scott, Temple vs. Rutgers (14 of 16, 150 yards, 10/14/00) 86.7 Tyler Lorenzen, Connecticut vs. Virginia (13 of 15, 124 yards, 9/13/08) SEASON (Minimum 100 comp.) 68.8 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005 (207 of 301) 68.3 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2006 (220 of 322) 67.7 Greg Paulus, Syracuse, 2009 (193 of 285) 66.7 Pat White, West Virginia, 2007 (144 of 216) 65.9 Pat White, West Virginia, 2006 (118 of 179) 65.8 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (346 of 526) 65.6 Pat White, West Virginia, 2008 (180 of 274) 65.12 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2004 (295 of 453) 65.12 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (308 of 473) 65.11 Bill Stull, Pittsburgh, 2009 (209 of 321) CAREER (Minimum 200 comp.) 65.7 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (714 of 1,087) 65.4 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 (619 of 947) 64.6 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (507 of 783) 64.2 TINO SUNSERI, Pittsburgh, 2008-11 (480 of 748) 63.7 Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, 2006-09 (268 of 421) 63.0 Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut, 2004 (288 of 457) 62.5 Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (717 of 1,148) 62.4 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, 2008-10 (319 of 511) 61.7 Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 (421 of 682) 61.2 Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1996-99 (571 of 933)

Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (526 att., 4,385 yards) Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (473 att., 4,024 yards) Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2004 (453 att., 3,154 yards) Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut, 2004 (457 att., 3,354 yards) RYAN NASSIB, Syracuse, 2011 (415 att., 2,685 yards) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (413 att., 3,679 yards) TINO SUNSERI, Pittsburgh, 2011 (385 att., 2,616 yards) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh, 1992 (407 att., 3,163 yards) Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2008 (396 att., 3,418 yards) Matt Grothe, USF, 2008 (380 att., 2,911 yards) Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1998 (369 att., 3,178 yards)

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PASSING YARDS

GAME 555 Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Syracuse (45 of 65, 9/22/07) 504 Bryan Randall, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (23 of 35, 11/9/02) 485 Gino Torretta, Miami vs. San Diego State (23 of 44, 11/30/91) 480 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati vs. Connecticut (29 of 37, 11/7/09) 467 Brian Brohm, Louisville vs Utah (39 of 58, 10/5/07) 463 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati vs. USF (30 of 53, 12/22/10) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. LSU (38 of 65, 9/24/11) 470 Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (27 of 42, 10/24/97) 450 Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. Connecticut (27 of 45, 10/8/11) 448 Glenn Foley, Boston College vs. Virginia Tech (21 of 29, 11/6/93) SEASON 4,385 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (346 of 526) 4,024 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 (308 of 473) 3,679 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 (247 of 413) 3,418 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2008 (243 of 396) 3,397 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1993 (222 of 363) 3,369 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2002 (222 of 393) 3,354 Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut, 2004 (288 of 257) 3,178 Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1998 (240 of 369) 3,163 Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh, 1992 (245 of 407) 3,154 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2004 (295 of 453) CAREER 9,956 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (714 of 1,087) 9,565 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (668 of 1,153) 9,383 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-08 (661 of 1,142) 8,669 Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 (717 of 1,148) 8,482 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 (735 of 1,217) 8,389 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (548 of 938) 8,343 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2002-06 (645 of 1075) 7,853 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1991-93 (521 of 926) 7,495 Henry Burris, Temple, 1993-96 (558 of 1,138) 7,457 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 (619 of 947) 300-YARD GAMES, SEASON 8 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 7 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 6 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2004 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2006 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2006 300-YARD GAMES, CAREER 18 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2004-07 10 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-08 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2002-06 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 9 Ken Dorsey, Miami 1999-02 Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1996-98 Gino Torretta, Miami, 1991-92 8 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1991-93

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Mike Teel, Rutgers vs. Louisville (12/4/08) Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (10/24/97) Geno Smith, West Virginia vs. Clemson (1/4/12) Tony Pike, Cincinnati vs. Illinois (11/27/09) Mike Teel, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (10/25/08) Devin Scott, Temple vs. Rutgers (10/30/99) Marc Bulger, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (11/27/98) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati at Louisville (10/5/10) RYAN NASSIB, Syracuse vs. Maine (9/18/10) Pat White, West Virginia vs. Villanova (8/30/08) Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Middle Tennessee State (9/6/07) Brian Brohm, Louisville vs. Oregon State (9/17/05) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame (11/13/04) Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh vs. USF (12/4/04) Dan Orlovsky, Connecticut vs. Murray State (9/4/04) Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh vs. Texas A&M (9/27/03) Bryan Randall, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (11/9/02) Ken Dorsey, Miami vs. Boston College (11/25/00) John Turman, Pittsburgh vs. Boston College (10/21/00) Mike McMahon, Rutgers vs. Buffalo (9/9/00) Mike McMahon, Rutgers vs. Villanova (9/2/00) Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (11/28/97)

SEASON 37 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2003 31 Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, 2007 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 30 Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh, 1997 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2007 29 Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 2009 28 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2002 27 Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1998 26 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, 2010 25 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2008 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2006 Brian St. Pierre, Boston College, 2001 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2000 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1993 CAREER 86 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 77 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 66 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2002-06 65 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 61 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1991-93 60 Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 59 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-08 56 Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 53 Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 1996-99 LONGEST PASSING PLAYS 99t Gino Torretta to Horace Copeland, Miami vs. Arkansas (8/31/91) 97t Tim Hasselbeck to Dedrick Dewalt, Boston College vs. Virginia Tech (11/26/99) 96 Donovan McNabb to Marvin Harrison, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (10/21/95) 94 Donovan McNabb to Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse vs. East Carolina (10/4/97) 93t Mike Teel to Kenny Britt, Rutgers vs. USF (11/15/08) Rasheed Marshall to Travis Garvin, West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech (10/22/03) 92t Adam Froman to Scott Long, Louisville vs. Southern Mississippi (10/10/09) GARY NOVA to BRANDON COLEMAN, Rutgers vs. Connecticut (11/26/11) 91t Ryan Cubit to Aaron Martin, Rutgers vs. Navy (10/20/01) 91 Alex Van Pelt to Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (9/17/92) 90t Dan Orlovsky to Jason Williams, Connecticut vs. Temple (10/23/04)

GAME 5 SEASON 22 19 17 CAREER 52 49 45 44 39 37 34 32 32

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN

Greg Paulus, Syracuse vs. USF (10/3/09) Dustin Grutza, Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio) (9/28/05) Mike McMahon, Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech (11/21/98) John Ryan, Pittsburgh vs. Texas (9/16/95) Maurice DeShazo, Virginia Tech vs. Virginia (11/19/94) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh vs. Louisville (11/14/92) Chris Paliscak, Temple vs. Akron (11/7/92) Bryan Fortay, Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech (10/31/92) Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh vs. Penn State (11/28/91) Glenn Foley, Boston College vs. Penn State (9/28/91) Will Furrer, Virginia Tech vs. NC State (9/7/91) Mike McGann, Temple, 2002 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2004 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2003 Ryan Cubit, Rutgers, 2001 Brock Berlin, Miami, 2003 Brian St. Pierre, Boston College, 2002 Mike McMahon, Rutgers, 2000 Henry Burris, Temple, 1995 Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh, 1992 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1991 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, 2002-05 Mike McMahon, Rutgers, 1997-00 Mike Teel, Rutgers, 2005-08 Henry Burris, Temple, 1993-96 Matt Grothe, USF, 2006-09 Glenn Foley, Boston College, 1991-93 Mike McGann, Temple, 2001-04 Marvin Graves, Syracuse, 1991-93 Brian St. Pierre, Boston College, 1999-02 Troy Nunes, Syracuse, 1999-02

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LOWEST PERCENTAGE OF INTERCEPTIONS

SEASON (Minimum 100 atts.) 1.331 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2011 (7 on 526) 1.333 Perry Patterson, Syracuse, 2006 (4 on 300) 1.39 R.J. Anderson, Syracuse, 2001 (2 on 144) 1.55 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 2000 (5 on 322) 1.56 Al Clark, Virginia Tech, 1997 (3 on 192) 1.59 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2006 (5 on 313) 1.66 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005 (5 on 301) 1.67 Chad Johnston, West Virginia, 1996 (5 on 300) 1.71 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, 2004 (7 on 409) 1.72 Tyler Lorenzen, Connecticut, 2007 (6 on 348) CAREER (Min. 300 atts.) 1.58 Geno Smith, West Virginia, 2009-11 (15 on 947) 1.94 Gino Torretta, Miami, 1991-92 (15 on 773) 2.02 Brian Brohm, Louisville, 2005-07 (22 on 1,087) 2.32 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh 2002- (16 on 753) 2.33 Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, 2007 (9 on 386) 2.43 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-02 (28 on 1,153) 2.49 Al Clark, Virginia Tech, 1995-98 (9 on 361) 2.64 Bill Stull, Pittsburgh, 2005-09 (18 on 681) 2.77 David Priestley, Pittsburgh, 1999-01 (15 on 541) 2.77 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, 1995-98 (26 on 938)

FEWEST TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS

RECEIVING

CATCHES

SEASON (Minimum 100 attempts) 2 R.J. Anderson, Syracuse, 2001 (144 attempts) Bryan Fortay, Rutgers, 1993 (107 attempts) 3 Justin Burke, Louisville, 2010 (129 attempts) Mac DeVito, Temple, 2001 (105 attempts) David Priestley, Pittsburgh, 1999 (158 attempts) Al Clark, Virginia Tech, 1997 (192 attempts) Jake Kelchner, West Virginia, 1993 (147 attempts) 4 Adam Froman, Louisville, 2010 (218 attempts) Cody Endres, Connecticut, 2009 (124 attempts) Pat White, West Virginia, 2007 (216 attempts) Perry Patterson, Syracuse, 2006 (300 attempts) Scott Covington, Miami, 1996 (125 attempts) CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION (includes bowl games) 193 Ken Dorsey, Miami, 1999-00 (Streak ended against Temple, 10/21/00)

GAME 16 13 12 SEASON 115 101 92 87 84 81 79 75 CAREER 210 207 206 204 192 190 178 174

47 40 41 37 34 33 32 31

Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers vs. Ohio (176 yards, 9/24/11) Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers at North Carolina (119 yards, 9/10/11) Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers vs. Army (129 yards, 11/12/11) Mike Williams, Syracuse vs. USF (186 yards, 10/3/09) Joshua Tinch, Louisville vs. West Virginia (130 yards, 10/15/05) Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech (215 yards, 10/30/99) Marco Battaglia, Rutgers vs. Penn State (184 yards, 9/23/95) Pete Mitchell, Boston College vs. Notre Dame (132 yards, 11/20/93) Harry Douglas, Louisville at Kentucky (223 yards, 9/15/07) Tavon Austin, West Virginia vs. Clemson (123 yards, 1/4/12) Armon Binns, Cincinnati vs. USF (158 yards, 10/22/10) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Connecticut (172 yards, 11/7/09) Jock Sanders, West Virginia vs. Auburn (115 yards, 9/19/09) Kenny Britt, Rutgers vs. West Virginia (151 yards, 10/4/08) Tres Moses, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (113 yards, 10/23/04) Grant Adams, Boston College vs. Pittsburgh (164 yards, 10/16/04) Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh vs. Toledo (201 yards, 9/20/03) Latef Grim, Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech (188 yards, 10/30/99) David Saunders, West Virginia vs. Miami (89 yards, 10/24/98) Pat Greene, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (205 yards, 11/28/97) Andy Holland, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (137 yards, 10/24/97) Jake Hoffart, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (134 yards, 10/24/97) Harry Douglas, Louisville vs. Syracuse (205 yards, 9/22/07) Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, 2011 (1,206 yards) Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2011 (1,186 yards) Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 (1,672 yards) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (1,191 yards) Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2008 (1,371 yards) Dominick Goodman, Cincinnati, 2008 (1,028 yards) Tres Moses, Rutgers, 2004 (1,056 yards) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2008 (1,276 yards) Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh, 2009 (1,111 yards) Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1999 (1,106 yards) Armon Binns, Cincinnati, 2010 (1,101 yards) Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, 2009-11 (2,263 yards) Brian Leonard, Rutgers, 2003-06 (1,868 yards) Jock Sanders, West Virginia, 2007-10 (1,980 yards) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 (3,003 yards) Dominick Goodman, Cincinnati, 2005-08 (2,512 yards) Tres Moses, Rutgers, 2001-05 (2,522 yards) Pete Mitchell, Boston College, 1991-94 (2,389 yards) Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2006-08 (3,043 yards) Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1998-00 (2,607 yards) David Saunders, West Virginia, 1995-98 (1,763 yards) Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2009-11 (2,124 yards)

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A RECEPTION

Brian Leonard, Rutgers, 2003-06 Khori Ivy, West Virginia, 1997-00 Jock Sanders, West Virginia, 2007-10 Reggie Wayne, Miami, 1997-00 Dominick Goodman, Cincinnati, 2006-08 Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1998-00 Doug Beaumont, Louisville, 2007-10 David Saunders, West Virginia, 1995-96, 1998 Tres Moses, Rutgers, 2002-05 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2006-08

CATCHES PER GAME

SEASON (Minimum 25 catches) 8.84 Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, 2011 (115 in 13 games) 7.77 Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2011 (101 in 13 games) 7.36 Tres Moses, Rutgers, 2004 (81 in 11 games) 7.25 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2008 (87 in 12 games) 7.10 Harry Douglas, Louisville, 2007 (71 in 10 games) 7.08 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 (92 in 13 games) 6.82 Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1999 (75 in 11 games) 6.80 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 2000 (68 in 10 games) 6.69 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (87 in 13 games) 6.46 Dominick Goodman, Cincinnati, 2008 (84 in 13 games) Perry Patterson, Syracuse

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YARDS GAINED

GAME 279 Ernest Wilford, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (8 catches, 11/9/02) 248 Tiquan Underwood, Rutgers vs. Buffalo (10 catches, 8/30/07) 240 MARK HARRISON, Rutgers at Cincinnati (10 catches, 11/20/10) 229 David Tyree, Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech (9 catches, 11/9/02) 225 Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (5 catches, 10/15/94) 223 Harry Douglas, Louisville at Kentucky (13 catches, 9/15/07) BRANDON COLEMAN, Rutgers at Connecticut (6 catches, 11/26/11) 222 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh vs. Boston College (8 catches, 10/21/00) 215 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech (13 catches, 10/30/99) 214 Van Johnson, Temple vs. Pittsburgh (7 catches, 10/5/96) SEASON 1,672 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 (92 catches) 1,371 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2008 (87 catches) 1,302 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 2000 (68 catches) 1,297 Greg Lee, Pittsburgh, 2004 (68 catches) 1,279 Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, 2011 (72 catches) 1,276 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2008 (81 catches) 1,275 Harry Douglas, Louisville, 2006 (70 catches) 1,232 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2007 (62 catches) 1,206 Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, 2011 (115 catches) 1,191 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (87 catches) CAREER 3,043 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2006-08 (178 catches) 3,003 Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh, 1991-95 (160 catches) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 (204 catches) 2,881 Harry Douglas, Louisville, 2005-07 (168 catches) 2,805 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 1999-01 (161 catches) 2,728 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2002-03 (161 catches) 2,607 Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1998-00 (174 catches) 2,546 Santana Moss, Miami, 1997-00 (143 catches) 2,522 Tres Moses, Rutgers, 2001-05 (192 catches) 2,512 Dominick Goodman, Cincinnati, 2005-08 (204 catches) 100-YARD GAMES, SEASON 10 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 8 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2008 7 Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, 2011 Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh, 2009 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1995 100-YARD GAMES, CAREER 14 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2002-03 Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2006-08 13 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 1999-01 11 Greg Lee, Pittsburgh, 2003-05 11 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1992-95 Jon Baldwin, Pittsburgh, 2008-10 10 André Davis, Virginia Tech, 1998-01 Harry Douglas, Louisville, 2005-07 9 Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh, 1991-95 Van Johnson, Temple, 1992-96 David Saunders, West Virginia, 1995-98 Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1998-2000 Tim Brown, Rutgers, 2006-09 Armon Binns, Cincinnati, 2007-10 Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, 2009-11

SEASON 130.2 128.6 115.9 114.2 108.1 102.8 100.5 98.4 97.3 96.0

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YARDS PER GAME

Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 2000 (1,320 yards in 10 games) Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 (1,672 yards in 13 games) Harry Douglas, Louisville, 2007 (1,159 yards in 10 games) Kenny Britt, Rutgers, 2008 (1,371 yards in 12 games) Greg Lee, Pittsburgh, 2004 (1,297 yards in 12 games) Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1995 (1,131 yards in 11 games) Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, 1999 (1,106 yards in 11 games) Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, 2011 (1,279 yards in 13 games) Harry Douglas, Louisville, 2006 (1,265 in 13 games) Tres Moses, Rutgers, 2004 (1,056 in 11 games)

YARDS PER CATCH

TOUCHDOWN CATCHES

GAME (Minimum 5 catches) 45.0 Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (5 for 225, 10/15/94) 37.2 BRANDON COLEMAN, Rutgers at Connecticut (6 for 223, 11/26/11) 35.2 Jamel Riddle, Syracuse vs. Rhode Island (5 for 176, 9/14/02) 34.9 Ernest Wilford, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (8 for 279, 11/9/02) 34.8 Chris Henry, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (6 for 209, 11/22/03) 34.4 André Davis, Virginia Tech vs. Boston College (5 for 172, 11/26/99) Marcus Sales, Syracuse vs. Kansas State (5 for 172, 12/30/10) 32.4 Tim Brown, Rutgers vs. Connecticut (5 for 162, 10/31/09) Ivan Boyd, Boston College vs. Virginia Tech (5 for 162, 11/6/93) 32.2 Andre Johnson, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (6 for 193, 12/7/02) SEASON (Minimum 25 catches) 27.6 Jay Kearney, West Virginia, 1993 (25 for 691) 27.5 André Davis, Virginia Tech, 1999 (35 for 962) 24.5 Chris Henry, West Virginia, 2003 (41 for 1,006) 22.0 Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech, 1992 (32 for 703) 21.5 Mario Urrutia, Louisville, 2005 (37 for 797) 21.1 Tony Gaiter, Miami, 1996 (27 for 570) 21.1 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1994 (36 for 761) 21.0 Andre Johnson, Miami, 2002 (52 for 1,092) 21.0 Santana Moss, Miami, 1998 (30 for 631) 21.0 A.C. Tellison, Miami, 1993 (26 for 547) GAME 4 3 SEASON 22 13 12 11 CAREER 34 26 25 22 21 20

Chris Brantley, Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech (10/31/92) Billy Davis, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (11/19/94) Ernest Wilford, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (11/9/02) MARK HARRISON, Rutgers at Cincinnati (11/20/10) Tavon Austin, West Virginia vs. Clemson (1/4/12) 31 Times (Last By: Nick Provo, Syracuse vs. West Virginia, 10/21/11) Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 Marcus Barnett, Cincinnati, 2007 Terry Murphy, Pittsburgh, 1997 Darius Reynaud, West Virginia, 2007 Chris Henry, West Virginia, 2004 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2002 Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, 2011 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 Armon Binns, Cincinnati, 2009 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2008 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 2000 Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2002-03 Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, 1999-01 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh, 1991-95 Dominick Goodman, Rutgers, 2005-08 Chris Henry, West Virginia, 2003-04 Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech, 1991-94 Armon Binns, Cincinnati, 2007-10 Tim Brown, Rutgers, 2006-09 Mike Williams, Syracuse, 2006-07, 2009 Andre Johnson, Miami, 2000-02 Reggie Wayne, Miami, 1997-00 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1992-95 Pete Mitchell, Boston College, 1991-94

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SCORING

GAME 36 36 30 30 26 24 SEASON 168 150 144 132 128 126 CAREER 400 384 371 350 339 336 334 330 320

GAME 6 5 4 SEASON 28 25 24 22 21 CAREER 56 55 50 47 46 45 42 39 36

MOST POINTS

Willis McGahee, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (12/7/02) Steve Slaton, West Virginia vs. Louisville (10/15/05) Walter Reyes, Syracuse vs. Notre Dame (12/6/03) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech vs. Central Florida (11/11/00) Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (11/20/10) Terrell Willis, Rutgers vs. Army (10/16/93) 42 Times (Last By: Tavon Austin vs. Clemson (1/4/12)) Willis McGahee, Miami, 2002 (28 RuTD) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 2000 (27 RuTD, 1 ReTD) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (24 RuTD, 1 ReTD Michael Bush, Louisville, 2005 (23 RuTD, 1 rEtd) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 2002 (22 RuTD, 2 ReTD) Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 (22 ReTD) Walter Reyes, Syracuse, 2003 (20 RuTD, 1 ReTD, 1 PAT) Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech, 2003 (21 RuTD) LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2008 (21 RuTD) Darnell Campbell, Boston College, 1993 (19 RuTD, 2 ReTD) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2004-07 (80 FG, 160 PAT) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (58 FG, 210 PAT) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (68 FG, 167 PAT) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2008-11 (74 FG, 128 PAT) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2007-10 (51 FG, 186 PAT) San San Te, Rutgers, 2008-11 (64 FG, 151 PAT) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 1999-02 (53 RuTD, 3 ReTD) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1996-99 (49 FG, 187 PAT) Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 (50 RuTD, 5 ReTD) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005-07 (48 FG, 176 PAT)

MOST TOUCHDOWNS Willis McGahee, Miami vs. Virginia Tech (12/7/02) Steve Slaton, West Virginia vs. Louisville (10/15/05) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech vs. Central Florida (11/11/00) Walter Reyes, Syracuse vs. Notre Dame (12/6/03) Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (11/20/10) 41 Times (Last By: Tavon Austin vs. Clemson (1/4/12)) Willis McGahee, Miami, 2002 (28 rush) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 2000 (27 rush, 1 rec.) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2007 (24 rush, 1 rec.) Michael Bush, Louisville, 2005 (23 rush, 1 rec.) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 2002 (22 rush, 2 rec.) Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2003 (22 rec.) LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2008 (21 rush) Walter Reyes, Syracuse, 2003 (20 rush, 1 rec.) Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech, 2003 (21 rush) Darnell Campbell, Boston College, 1993 (19 rush, 2 rec.) Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, 1999-02 (53 rush, 3 rec.) Steve Slaton, West Virginia, 2005-07 (50 rush, 5 rec.) Ray Rice, Rutgers, 2005-07 (49 rush, 1 rec.) Pat White, West Virginia, 2005-08 (47 rush) Walter Reyes, Syracuse, 2001-04 (45 rush, 1 rec.) Brian Leonard, Rutgers, 2003-06 (32 rush, 13 rec.) Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, 1999-02 (42 rush) William Green, Boston College, 1999-01 (36 rush, 3 rec.) Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, 1996-98 (38 rush, 1 rec.) LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 2007-08 (35 rush, 1 rec.)

GAME 7 6 5 SEASON 32 31 29 28 27 CAREER 111 96 93 79 75 73 69 66 65

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Michigan State (4 made, 9/4/04) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Illinois (3 made, 9/3/05) San San Te, Rutgers at Syracuse (4 made, 10/1/11) Atle Larsen, Virginia Tech vs. Miami (2 made, 9/23/95) Delbert Alvarado, USF at Auburn (2 made, 9/8/07) 31 Times (Last By: KEVIN HARPER, Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse (4 made, 12/3/11) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1998 (22 made) Sandro Sciortino, Boston College, 2002 (23 made) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2007 (23 made) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2010 (25 made) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2006 (22 made) Delbert Alvarado, USF, 2007 (19 made) Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, 2009 (23 made) Matt Nuzie, Connecticut, 2004 (20 made) San San Te, Rutgers, 2008 (18 made) Josh Cummings, Pittsburgh, 2004 (18 made) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2005 (20 made) Tony Ciaravino, Connecticut, 2007 (22 made) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2004-07 (80 made) San San Te, Rutgers, 2008-11 (64 made) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (68 made) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (58 made) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2007-10 (51 made) John Matich, Boston College, 1996-99 (46 made) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2007-10 (52 made) Jay Taylor, West Virginia, 1996-99 (49 made) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1996-99 (49 made) Todd Sievers, Miami, 1998, 2000-02 (45 made)

FIELD GOALS MADE

GAME 5 Conor Lee, Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame (5 att., 11/1/08) Jon Peattie, Miami vs. West Virginia (5 att., 10/2/03) Cap Poklemba, Temple vs. Pittsburgh (5 att., 11/9/02) 4 35 Times (Last By: Dave Teggart Connecticut at Cincinnati (4 att., 12/3/11) SEASON 25 Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2010 (31 att.) 23 Sandro Sciortino, Boston College, 2002 (32 att.) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2007 (31 att.) Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, 2009 (29 att.) 22 Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1998 (32 att.) Jon Peattie, Miami, 2003 (28 att.) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2006 (29 att.) Tony Ciaravino, Connecticut, 2007 (27 att.) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2011 (28 att.) 21 Todd Sievers, Miami, 2001 (26 att.) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2006 (25 att.) KEVIN HARPER, Pittsburgh, 2011 (31 att.) CAREER 80 Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2004-07 (111 att.) 74 Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2008-11 (97 att.) 68 Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (93 att.) 64 San San Te, Rutgers, 2008-11 (96 att.) 58 Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (59 att.) 51 Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2007-10 (75 att.) MAIKON BONANI, USF, 2008, 2010-11 (68 att.) 50 Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2006-08 (60 att.) 49 Jay Taylor, West Virginia, 1996-99 (66 att.) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1996-99 (65 att.)

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52

51

50

LONGEST FIELD GOALS (50 yards or more)

Delbert Alvarado, USF vs. Syracuse (11/11/06) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Oregon State (9/6/07) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Connecticut (10/25/08) Brad Cooper, West Virginia vs. UCF (9/11/04) David Merrick, Pittsburgh vs. Texas (9/3/94) Dave Teggart, Connecticut at Cincinnati (12/3/11) Dave Teggart, Connecticut at West Virginia (10/8/11) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Hawaii (12/6/08) Patrick Shadle, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (10/11/08) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Ball State (1/5/08) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. USF (9/29/06) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Florida (9/7/02) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson (9/12/98) John Matich, Boston College vs. Miami (10/31/98) Sean Reali, Syracuse vs. Rutgers (9/17/94) Dave Teggart, Connecticut vs. Iowa State (9/16/11) Chris Philpott, Louisville vs. Rutgers (10/21/11) KEVIN HARPER, Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati (11/5/11) Dave Teggart, Connecticut at USF (12/4/10) Pat McAfee, West Virginia vs. Cincinnati (11/8/08) Pat McAfee, West Virginia vs. Villanova (8/30/08) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Arizona State (12/27/05) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (10/30/99) Jay Taylor, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (11/28/97) John Biskup, Syracuse vs. Temple (11/2/91) Chris Philpott, Louisville at Cincinnati (10/15/11) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, vs. USF (10/18/07) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Temple (9/9/06) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Connecticut (10/29/06) Pat McAfee, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (11/16/06) Matt Nuzie, Connecticut vs. Georgia Tech (11/13/04) Jon Peattie, Miami vs. Florida State (1/1/04) Steve Barone, Rutgers vs. Navy (11/7/98) John Benestad, Rutgers vs. Miami (11/13/93) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Syracuse (10/15/05) San San Te, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (10/8/11) San San Te, Rutgers at North Carolina (9/10/11) Eric Schwartz, USF vs. Cincinnati (10/15/09) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (10/11/08) San San Te, Rutgers vs. Cincinnati (10/11/08) Tony Ciaravino, Connecticut vs. Temple (9/15/07) Patrick Shadle, Syracuse vs. USF (11/10/07) Collin Barber, Syracuse vs. Boston College (11/16/02) Jon Ohliger, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (11/4/00) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech vs. Virginia (11/28/98) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Miami (11/28/98) Andy Crosland, Miami vs. Arizona State (9/13/97) Andy Crosland, Miami vs. Pittsburgh (9/28/96) Olindo Mare, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (10/21/95) Dan McGuire, Boston College vs. Ohio State (8/27/95) Pat O’Neill, Syracuse vs. Ball State (9/4/93) John Biskup, Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh (10/31/92) Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech vs. Oklahoma (9/28/91)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

SEASON (Minimum 10 made) 94.7 ROSS KRAUTMAN, Syracuse, 2010 (18 of 19) 92.9 Dane Prewitt, Miami, 1994 (13 of 14) 92.3 Chris Ferencik, Pittsburgh, 1995 (12 of 13) 88.9 Patrick Shadle, Syracuse, 2006 (16 of 18) 87.5 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005 (14 of 16) 86.7 Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia, 2009 (13 of 15) Brenden Rauh, West Virginia, 2001 (13 of 15) Jay Taylor, West Virginia, 1999 (13 of 15) 85.7 Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2006 (12 of 14) Mike Sutphin, Boston College, 2000 (12 of 14) CAREER (Minimum 20 made) 86.8 ROSS KRAUTMAN, Syracuse, 2010-11 (33 of 38) 83.3 Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2006-08 (50 of 60) 82.8 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005-07 (48 of 58) 81.0 Carlos Huerta, Miami, 1991 (17 of 21) 80.0 Patrick Shadle, Syracuse, 2005-08 (40 of 50) 78.6 Jon Peattie, Miami, 2002-03 (22 of 28) 77.8 Chris Ferencik, Pittsburgh, 1995-98 (28 of 36)

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GAME 10 9 SEASON 69 65 63 62 60 58 CAREER 212 195 185 178 170 169 162

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia vs. Clemson (10 made, 1/4/12) MAIKON BONANI, USF vs. Florida Atlantic (10 made, 9/17/11) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (9 made, 11/20/10) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State (10 made, 9/12/09) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Murray State (10 made, 8/30/07) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Rutgers (10 made, 9/19/98) Brenden Rauh, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (10 made, 11/3/01) San San Te, Rutgers vs. Louisville (9 made, 12/4/08) Pat McAfee, West Virginia vs. Western Michigan (8 made, 9/1/07) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Oregon State (9 made, 9/17/05) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. North Carolina (9 made, 10/8/05) Andy Crosland, Miami vs. East Tennessee State (9 made, 10/10/98) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Florida A&M (9 made, 8/31/02) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Washington (9 made, 11/24/01) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Rutgers (8 made, 9/30/00) Chris Ferencik, Pittsburgh vs. Eastern Michigan (9 made, 9/9/95) Collin Barber, Syracuse vs. Rhode Island (9 made, 9/14/02) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Miami ( 9 made, 11/28/98) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Cincinnati (9 made, 10/10/98) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State (9 made, 8/25/02) Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (9 made, 9/11/93) Todd Sievers, Miami, 2002 (66 made) Jake Rogers, Cincinnati, 2009 (63 made) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2007 (64 made) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005 (63 made) Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia (61 made) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2006 (62 made) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2006 (60 made) Todd Sievers, Miami, 2001 (56 made) Todd Sievers, Miami, 2000 (52 made) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1998 (58 made) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (210 made) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1996-99 (187 made) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech, 2000-03 (190 made) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2007-10 (186 made) Todd Sievers, Miami, 1998, 2000-02 (174 made) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005-07 (176 made) Andy Crosland, Miami, 1996-99 (157 made) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (167 made) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2004-07 (160 made)

GAME 10 9 SEASON 66 64 63 62 61 60 58 56

PAT KICKS MADE Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia vs. Clemson (10 att., 1/4/12) MAIKON BONANI, USF vs. Florida Atlantic (10 att., 9/17/11) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State (10 att., 9/12/09) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Murray State (10 att., 8/30/07) Brenden Rauh, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (10 att, 11/3/01) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Rutgers (10 att., 9/19/98) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (10 att., 11/20/10) San San Te, Rutgers vs. Louisville (9 att., 10/4/08) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Oregon State (9 att, 9/17/05) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. North Carolina (9 att, 10/8/05) Andy Crosland, Miami vs. East Tennessee State (9 att., 10/10/98) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Florida A&M (9 att, 8/31/02) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Washington (9 att, 11/24/01) Chris Ferencik, Pittsburgh vs. Eastern Michigan (9 att., 9/9/95) Collin Barber, Syracuse vs. Rhode Island (9 att, 9/14/02) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Miami ( 9 att., 11/28/98) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Cincinnati (9 att., 10/10/98) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State (9 att, 8/25/02) Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (9 att., 9/11/93) Todd Sievers, Miami, 2002 (69 att.) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2007 (65 att.) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2009 (65 att.) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005 (65 att.) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2006 (62 att.) Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia, 2011 (63 att.) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2006 (60 att.) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1998 (58 att.) Todd Sievers, Miami, 2001 (58 att.) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech, 2000 (57 att.) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1999 (57 att.)

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CAREER 210 190 187 186 176 174 167 160 157 149

Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (212 att.) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech, 2000-03 (195 att.) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1996-99 (195 att.) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2007-10 (195 att.) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005-07 (178 att.) Todd Sievers, Miami, 1998, 2000-02 (185 att.) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (169 att.) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2004-07 (162 att.) Andy Crosland, Miami, 1996-99 (170 att.) Dane Prewitt, Miami, 1992-95 (157 att.)

PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE

GAME (Minimum 9 Attempts) 100 Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia vs. Clemson (10 of 10, 1/4/12) MAIKON BONANI, USF vs. Florida Atlantic (10 of 10, 9/17/11) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State (10 of 10, 9/12/09) San San Te, Rutgers vs. Louisville (9 of 9, 12/4/08) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Murray State (10 of 10, 8/30/07) Brenden Rauh, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (10 of 10, 11/4/01) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Oregon State (9 of 9, 9/17/05) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. North Carolina (9 of 9, 10/8/05) Andy Crosland, Miami vs. East Tennessee State (9 of 9, 10/10/98) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Florida A&M (9 of 9, 8/31/02) Todd Sievers, Miami vs. Washington (9 of 9, 11/24/01) Chris Ferencik, Pittsburgh vs. Eastern Michigan (9 of 9, 9/9/95) Collin Barber, Syracuse vs. Rhode Island (9 of 9, 9/14/02) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Rutgers (10 of 10, 9/19/98) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Miami ( 9 of 9, 11/28/98) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Cincinnati (9 of 9, 10/10/98) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State (9 of 9, 8/25/02) Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (9 of 9, 9/11/93) SEASON (Minimum 25 Made) 100 Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2006 (62 of 62) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2006 (60 of 60) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1998 (58 of 58) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2007 (53 of 53) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2007 (51 of 51) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2009 (47 of 47) Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2006 (47 of 47) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech, 2001 (44 of 44) MAIKON BONANI, USF, 2011 (42 of 42 Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia, 2010 (41 of 41) Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, 2010 (40 of 40) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2005 (40 of 40) Jay Taylor, West Virginia, 1997 (40 of 40) San San Te, Rutgers, 2009 (39 of 39) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996 (39 of 39) Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2008 (38 of 38) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1998 (37 of 37) Jon Peattie, Miami, 2003 (37 of 37) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2010 (36 of 36) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2008 (36 of 36) Sandro Sciortino, Boston College, 2003 (36 of 36) John Biskup, Syracuse, 1991 (34 of 34) John Biskup, Syracuse, 1992 (33 of 33) David Gordon, Boston College, 1994 (32 of 32) John Matich, Boston College, 1998 (32 of 32) Jay Taylor, West Virginia, 1996 (30 of 30) Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2007 (28 of 28) Kevin Lovell, Cincinnati, 2006 (28 of 28) San San Te, Rutgers, 2010 (26 of 26) Patrick Shadle, Syracuse, 2008 (25 of 25) Brenden Rauh, West Virginia, 2001 (25 of 25) CAREER (Minimum 75 Made) 100 Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, 2006-08 (113 of 113) 99.22 Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2008-11 (128 of 129) 99.05 Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (210 of 212) 98.87 Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005-07 (176 of 178) 98.81 Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (167 of 169)

127 116 113 106 102

GAME 18 17 16 SEASON 123 120 119 115 113 111 109 107 CAREER 400 384 371 350 339 334 320 309 307

TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY KICKING Conor Lee, Pittsburgh at Notre Dame (5 FG, 3 PAT, 11/1/08) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati vs. Connecticut (4 FG, 5 PAT, 11/7/09) Nate Trout, Syracuse vs. Tulane (4 FG, 5 PAT, 10/2/99) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech vs. UL-Lafayette (4 FG, 5 PAT, 11/2/96) Dave Teggart, Connecticut vs. Cincinnati (4 FG, 4 PAT, 10/25/08 Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Middle Tennessee State (3 FG, 7 PAT, 9/6/07) Jon Peattie, Miami vs. West Virginia (5 FG, 1 PAT, 10/2/03) Art Carmody, Louisville vs. Pittsburgh (4 FG, 4 PAT, 11/3/05) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers vs. Arizona State (4 FG, 4 PAT, 12/27/05) Cap Poklemba, Temple vs. Pittsburgh (5 FG, 1 PAT, 11/9/02) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2006 (21 FG, 60 PAT) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2007 (23 FG, 51 PAT) Todd Sievers, Miami, 2001 (21 FG, 56 PAT) Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, 2009 (23 FG, 46 PAT) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2006 (17 FG, 62 PAT) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2010 (25 FG, 36 PAT) Delbert Alvarado, USF, 2007 (19 FG, 52 PAT) Tyler Bitancurt, West Viginia, 2011 (16 FG, 61 PAT) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2006 (22 FG, 41 PAT) Sandro Sciortino, Boston College, 2002 (23 FG, 38 PAT) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1999 (17 FG, 56 PAT) Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, 2004-07 (80 FG, 160 PAT) Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (58 FG, 210 PAT) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 (68 FG, 167 PAT) Dave Teggart, Connecticut, 2008-11 (74 FG, 128 PAT) Jacob Rogers, Cincinnati, 2007-10 (51 FG, 186 PAT) San San Te, Rutgers, 2008-11 (64 FG, 147 PAT) Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1996-99 (49 FG, 187 PAT) Art Carmody, Louisville, 2005-07 (48 FG, 176 PAT) Todd Sievers, Miami, 1998, 2000-02 (45 FG, 174 PAT) Carter Warley, Virginia Tech, 2000-03 (39 FG, 190 PAT)

CONSECUTIVE PATs MADE (includes bowl games)

Dave Teggart, Connecticut (2008-11) Art Carmody, Louisville (2005-07) Conor Lee, Pittsburgh (2006-08) Pat McAfee, West Virginia (2005-07) Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech (1997-99)

Jeremy Ito, Rutgers

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PUNTING

GAME 13 12 11 SEASON 92 84 82 80 79 77 75 74 CAREER 271 264 260 252 251 249 244 237 225

GAME 552 541 502 481 481 476 475 474 466 462 SEASON 3,707 3,526 3,491 3,486 3,399 3,288 3,282 3,260 3,147 3,139

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CAREER 11,534 11,415 10,851 10,353 10,096 10,072 9,817 9,758 9,332 9,305

MOST PUNTS

Jared Slovan, Rutgers vs. West Virginia (10/4/97) Brendan Carney, Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech (10/11/03) David Dunne, Rutgers vs. Syracuse (10/26/91) John Shay, Temple vs. Penn State (9/12/92) Paul Snyder, Miami vs. Florida State (10/3/92) John Shay, Temple vs. Virginia Tech (10/16/93) Brendan Carney, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (9/4/05) John I. Thomas, Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati (9/16/95) Brian West, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (10/21/95) Jared Slovan, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (10/28/95) Kevin McMyler, Boston College vs. Miami (11/25/00) Mike Barr, Rutgers vs. California (11/23/01) Mike Shafer, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (11/10/01) Jace Amore, Temple vs. Virginia Tech (11/10/01) Mike Barr, Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (9/21/02) COLE WAGNER, Connecticut at Rutgers (10/8/10)

PUNTING AVERAGE

GAME (Minimum 3 punts) 60.1 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia vs. Nebraska, 8/28/94 (9 for 541) 59.7 PAT O’DONNELL, Cincinnati vs. North Carolina State, 9/22/11 (3 for 179) 57.2 Corey Smith, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 11/25/11 (4 for 229) 56.0 Adam Graessle, Pittsburgh vs. Connecticut, 9/30/04 (4 for 224) 55.2 Pat O’Neill, Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech, 11/13/93 (5 for 276) 54.7 Andy Lee, Pittsburgh vs. Toledo, 9/20/03 (3 for 164) 54.3 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia vs. Maryland, 9/17/94 (7 for 380) 53.2 COLE WAGNER, Connecticut at USF, 12/4/10 (6 for 319) 52.8 Joe Radigan, Rutgers vs. Howard, 9/23/06 (5 for 264) 52.7 Pat McAfee, West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 12/2/06 (3 for 158)

Mike Barr, Rutgers, 2002 (3,707 yards for 40.3 avg.) Mike Barr, Rutgers, 2001 (3,526 yards for 42.0 avg.) Brendan Carney, Syracuse, 2005 (3,491 yards for 42.6 avg.) COLE WAGNER, Connecticut, 2011 (3,288 yards for 41.1 avg.) COLE WAGNER, Connecticut, 2010 (3,260 yards for 41.3 avg.) Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, 2003 (3,399 yards for 44.1 avg.) Mike Shafer, Syracuse, 2001 (3,282 yards for 42.6 avg.) Rob Long, Syracuse, 2007 (3,139 yards for 41.9 avg.) Desi Cullen, Connecticut, 2007 (3,055 yards for 40.7 avg.) Todd James, West Virginia, 2003 (3,056 yards for 41.3 avg.) Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, 2002 (3,147 yards for 43.1 avg.) Jace Amore, Temple, 2001 (2,776 yards for 38.0 avg.) Jared Slovan, Rutgers, 1996 (2,918 yards for 40.0 avg.) Brendan Carney, Syracuse, 2003-06 (11,534 yards for 42.6 avg.) Rob Long, Syracuse, 2007-10 (11,415 yards for 43.2 avg.) John Shay, Temple, 1992-95 (9,817 yards for 37.8 avg.) Nate Cochran, Pittsburgh, 1993-96 (10,851 yards for 43.1 avg.) Jared Slovan, Rutgers, 1994-97 (9,758 yards for 38.7 avg.) Mike Barr, Rutgers, 1998-02 (10,096 yards for 40.2 avg.) Mike Shafer, Syracuse, 1999-02 (10,072 yards for 40.5 avg.) Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 (10,353 for 42.4 avg.) Kevin McMyler, Boston College, 1999-02 (9,332 yards for 39.4 avg.) Jason Malecki, Boston College, 1995-98 (9,305 yards for 41.4 avg.)

YARDS PUNTED Jared Slovan, Rutgers vs. West Virginia (13 atts., 42.5 avg., 10/4/97) Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia vs. Nebraska (9 att., 60.1 avg., 8/28/94) Mike Shafer, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (11 att., 45.6 avg., 11/10/01) Nate Cochran, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (10 att., 48.1 avg., 8/31/96) Brendan Carney, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (11 att., 43.7 avg., 9/4/05) Sean Reali, Syracuse vs. Boston College (10 att., 47.6 avg., 11/12/94) Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (10 att., 47.5 avg., 10/15/94) Kevin McMyler, Boston College vs. Miami (11 att., 43.1 avg., 11/25/00) Teddy Dellaganna, Rutgers vs. Cincinnati (10 att., 46.6 avg., 10/11/08) Brendan Carney, Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech (12 att., 38.5 avg., 10/11/03) Mike Barr, Rutgers, 2002 (92 for 40.3 avg.) Mike Barr, Rutgers, 2001 (84 for 42.0 avg.) Brendan Carney, 2005 (82 for 42.6 avg.) Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, 1994 (72 for 48.4 avg.) Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, 2003 (77 for 44.1 avg.) COLE WAGNER, Connecticut, 2011 (80 for 41.1 avg.) Mike Shafer, Syracuse, 2001 (77 for 42.6 avg.) COLE WAGNER, Connecticut, 2010 (79 for 41.3 avg.) Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, 2002 (73 for 43.1 avg.) Rob Long, Syracuse, 2007 (75 for 41.9 avg.)

Brendan Carney, Syracuse, 2003-06 (271 for 42.6 avg.) Rob Long, Syracuse, 2007-10 (264 for 43.2 avg.) Nate Cochran, Pittsburgh, 1993-96 (252 for 43.1 avg.) Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, 2000-03 (244 for 42.4 avg.) Mike Barr, Rutgers, 1998-02 (251 for 40.2 avg.) Mike Shafer, Syracuse, 1999-02 (249 for 40.5 avg.) John Shay, Temple, 1992-95 (260 for 37.8 avg.) Jared Slovan, Rutgers, 1994-97 (252 for 38.7 avg.) Kevin McMyler, Boston College, 1999-02 (237 for 39.4 avg.) Jason Malecki, Boston College, 1995-98 (225 for 41.4 avg.)

SEASON (Minimum 38 punts) 48.4 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, 1994 (72 for 3,486) 46.9 Kevin Huber, Cincinnati, 2007 (57 for 2,672) 45.10 Jimmy Kibble, Virginia Tech, 1997 (50 for 2,255) 45.05 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, 1993 (39 for 1,757) 44.95 Kevin Huber, Cincinnati, 2008 (60 for 2,697) 44.8 Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, 2010 (45 for 2,014) 44.7 Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2008 (62 for 2,772) 44.5 Sean Reali, Syracuse, 1996 (39 for 1,734) 44.4 Scott Kozlowski, West Virginia, 2009 (64 for 2,844) 43.8 Rob Long, Syracuse, 2010 (64 for 2,806) CAREER (Minimum 100 punts) 46.3 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, 1991-94 (167 for 7,733) 45.5 Kevin Huber, Cincinnati, 2005-08 (125 for 5,684) 43.7 Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-08 (126 for 5,512) 43.6 Sean Reali, Syracuse, 1994-96 (133 for 5,801) 43.2 Rob Long, Syracuse, 2007-10 (264 for 11,415) 43.1 Nate Cochran, Pittsburgh, 1993-96 (252 for 10,851) 42.56 Brendan Carney, Syracuse, 2003-06 (271 for 11,534) 42.55 Adam Graessle, Pittsburgh, 2003-06 (169 for 7,191) 42.94 PAT O’DONNELL, Cincinnati, 2010-11 (115 for 4,938) 42.90 Pat O’Neill, Syracuse, 1991-93 (124 for 5,319)

90 80 79 78 77 76

LONGEST PUNT

Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia vs. Nebraska (8/28/94) Nate Cochran, Pittsburgh vs. Kent State (9/7/96) Adam Graessle, Pittsburgh vs. Boston College (10/16/04) Cory Goettsche, Louisville vs. Rutgers (12/4/08) Joe Radigan, Rutgers vs. Illinois (9/9/06) Mark Fazzolari, West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech (11/6/99) Jared Slovan, Rutgers vs. Wake Forest (11/8/97) PAT O’DONNELL, Cincinnati vs. North Carolina State (9/22/11) Johnny Ayers, Boston College vs. West Virginia (11/13/04) Mark Fazzolari, West Virginia vs. Idaho (10/7/00) Brian West, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (11/2/96)

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PUNT RETURNS

GAME 9 8 7 SEASON 43 41 40 39 38 36 35 34 CAREER 98 84 73 70 68 67 65

GAME 168 164 155 152 127 124 123 121 118 SEASON 655 560 510 487 479 467 464 463 454 CAREER 1,246 1,196 872 839 816 772 762 757 697 678

MOST RETURNS

Sean Dillard, Temple vs. Connecticut (89 yards, 11/24/01) Mike Baker, West Virginia vs. Eastern Michigan (107 yards, 9/4/93) Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse vs. Temple (109 yards, 11/6/99) Angelo Harrison, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson (112 yards, 9/12/98) Marcus Mickel, Virginia Tech vs. NC State (39 yards, 9/7/91) Marcus Edwards, USF vs. Tennessee-Martin (124 yards, 8/30/08) Larry Taylor, Connecticut vs. Maine (64 yards, 9/8/07) Mike Daniels, Cincinnati vs. Western Carolina (47 yards, 9/17/05) William Ferguson, Pittsburgh vs. Ball State (67 yards, 9/13/03) Billy Gaines, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (44 yards, 9/21/02) Larry Green, Virginia Tech vs. Navy (41 yards, 10/7/95) Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (164 yards, 10/22/94) Rahsaan Vanterpool, West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech (54 yards, 9/22/94) Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State (61 yards, 9/3/94) Steve Israel, Pittsburgh vs. Penn State (30 yards, 11/28/91) Shelby Hill, Syracuse vs. Maryland (98 yards, 9/14/91) Mike Baker, West Virginia, 1993 (329 yards) Vaughn Rivers, West Virginia, 2007 (357 yards) Ricky Hall, Virginia Tech, 1999 (510 yards) Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech, 1994 (467 yards) Angelo Harrison, Virginia Tech, 1998 (376 yards) Santana Moss, Miami, 2000 (655 yards) Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991 (560 yards) André Davis, Virginia Tech, 2001 (437 yards) Marcus Edwards, USF, 2008 (262 yards) Marshall Roberts, Rutgers, 1991 (454 yards) Larry Taylor, Connecticut, 2004-07 (1,246 yards) Santana Moss, Miami, 1997-00 (1,196 yards) Angelo Harrison, Virginia Tech, 1995-98 (697 yards) Shelby Hill, Syracuse, 1991-93 (567 yards) Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, 1996-99 (757 yards) Vaughn Rivers, West Virginia, 2004-07 (772 yards) Marcus Edwards, USF, 2005-08 (493 yards) Lance Frazier, West Virginia, 2000-03 (654 yards) Dedrick Dewalt, Boston College, 1998-01 (494 yards) Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991-92 (762 yards)

YARDS RETURNED Nate Terry, West Virginia vs. Rutgers (6 returns, 10/4/97) Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (7 returns, 10/22/94) DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (5 returns, 10/11/03) Kevin Williams, Miami vs. Penn State (4 returns, 10/12/91) Santana Moss, Miami vs. Rutgers (11/20/99) Marcus Edwards, USF vs. Tennessee-Martin (7 returns, 8/30/08) Ean Randolph, USF vs. FIU (9/9/06) Duane Starks, Miami vs. Baylor (4 returns, 8/30/97) Santana Moss, Miami vs. Temple (4 returns, 10/21/00) Larry Taylor, Connecticut vs. Buffalo (5 returns, 9/1/05) Santana Moss, Miami, 2000 (36 returns) Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991 (36 returns) Ricky Hall, Virginia Tech, 1999 (40 returns) DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2003 (33 returns) Vaughn Rivers, West Virginia, 2007 (41 returns) Santana Moss, Miami, 1999 (33 returns) Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech, 1994 (39 returns) Phillip Buchanon, Miami, 2001 (31 returns) Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, 1997 (31 returns) Marshall Roberts, Rutgers, 1991 (34 returns) Larry Taylor, Connecticut, 2004-07 (98 returns) Santana Moss, Miami, 1997-00 (77 returns) André Davis, Virginia Tech, 1998-01 (55 returns) DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2001-03 (56 returns) Kenyatta Watson, Boston College, 1993-96 (84 returns) Vaughn Rivers, West Virginia, 2004-07 (67 returns) Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991-92 (65 returns) Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, 1996-99 (68 returns) Angelo Harrison, Virginia Tech, 1995-98 (73 returns) Marshall Roberts, Rutgers, 1991-92 (55 returns)

YARDS PER RETURN

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

GAME (Minimum 2 returns) 61.5 Ean Randolph, USF vs. Florida International (2 for 123, 9/9/06) 52.5 Doug Beaumont, Louisville vs. Connecticut (2 for 105, 10/23/10) 51.0 Kenyatta Watson, Boston College vs. West Virginia (2 for 102, 10/14/95) 50.0 André Davis, Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina (2 for 100, 9/7/00) 47.0 Terrence Mitchell, USF vs. Western Kentucky (2 for 94, 9/25/10) 45.0 Jamel Riddle, Syracuse vs. Auburn (2 for 90, 9/28/02) 42.5 Daryl Jones, Miami vs. Boston College (2 for 85, 11/25/00) Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse vs. East Carolina (2 for 85, 10/4/97) 41.5 DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State (2 for 83, 8/25/02) 41.0 Tres Moses, Rutgers vs. Buffalo (2 for 82, 8/30/03) SEASON (Minimum 15 returns) 22.0 André Davis, Virginia Tech, 2000 (18 for 396) 18.2 Santana Moss, Miami, 2000 (36 for 655) 18.2 Bo Campbell, Virginia Tech, 1991 (15 for 273) 16.8 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1995 (22 for 369) 16.2 Hank Poteat, Pittsburgh, 1999 (19 for 307) 16.0 DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2002 (22 for 352) 15.0 Phillip Buchanon, Miami, 2001 (31 for 464) 15.6 Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991 (36 for 560) 14.9 Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, 1997 (31 for 463) 14.8 Ean Randolph, USF, 2006 (35 for 370) 14.8 DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2003 (33 for 487) GAME 2 1 SEASON 4 3 2 CAREER 6 5 4 3 2

94t 92t 91t 87t 85t 84t

DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (10/11/03) 128 Times (Last By: Mason Robinson, Rutgers at USF, 11/3/10) Santana Moss, Miami, 2000 Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, 1997 DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2003 André Davis, Virginia Tech, 2000 Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991 Larry Taylor, Connecticut, 2007 DeJuanTribble, Boston College, 2004 DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2002 Phillip Buchanon, Miami, 2001 Santana Moss, Miami, 1999 Ricky Hall, Virginia Tech, 1998 Phil Nash, Syracuse, 1996 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1995 Kenyatta Watson, Boston College, 1995 Santana Moss, Miami, 1997-00 DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, 2001-03 Larry Taylor, Connecticut, 2004-07 André Davis, Virginia Tech, 1998-01 Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, 1996-99 Ricky Hall, Virginia Tech, 1998-99 Kevin Williams, Miami, 1991-92 Trent Guy, Louisville, 2006-09 Anthony Smith, Syracuse, 2002-05 DeJuan Tribble, Boston College, 2004 Jamel Riddle, Syracuse, 2000-02 Phillip Buchanon, Miami, 1999-01 Phil Nash, Syracuse, 1994-98 Kenyatta Watson, Boston College, 1993-96 Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, 1992-95

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS

Marvin Harrison, Syracuse vs. Minnesota (9/23/95) Roscoe Parrish, Miami vs. Boston College (9/20/03) Kevin Williams, Miami vs. Penn State (10/12/91) Robert McClain, Connecticut at Cincinnati (11/7/09) André Davis, Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina (9/7/00) Daryl Jones, Miami vs. Boston College (11/25/00) Jamel Riddle, Syracuse vs. Auburn (9/28/02) Santana Moss, Miami vs. Boston College (11/25/00) Duane Starks, Miami vs. Baylor (8/30/97) Marshall Roberts, Rutgers vs. Colgate (9/12/92) Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse vs. Oklahoma (9/6/97) Kenyatta Watson, Boston College vs. West Virginia (10/14/95) Jay Jones, Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse (10/16/93)

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KICKOFF RETURNS

GAME 8 7 SEASON 51 45 42 41 40 39 38 37 CAREER 94 92 91 86 82 81 80 75 74 70

GAME 256 246 208 207 205 198 192 187 SEASON 1,299 1,281 1,034 1,027 994 948 941 940 922 920 CAREER 2,664 2,314 2,063 1,917 1,902 1,846 1,734 1,688 1,665 1,656

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YARDS PER RETURN

MOST RETURNS

PRINCE-TYSON GULLEY, Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh (186 yards, 10/16/10) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Florida (207 yards, 1/1/10) LaRod Stephens-Howling, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers (152 yards, 10/25/08) Max Suter, Syracuse vs. USF (168 yards, 11/10/07) Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech (140 yards, 9/11/93) 23 Times Last By: (Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh, 256 yards, 12/5/09) Max Suter, Syracuse, 2007 (1,299 yards) JEREMIAH KOBENA, Syracuse, 2011 (1,027 yards) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (1,281 yards) Michael Holmes, Syracuse, 2008 (941 yards) Mike Jones, Syracuse, 2009 (987 yards) LINDSEY LAMAR, USF, 2011 (817 yards) RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY IV, Cincinnati, 2011 (1,034 yards) Lowell Robinson, Pittsburgh, 2007 (940 yards) Joe Lefeged, Rutgers, 2010 (948 yards) Nathan Jones, Rutgers, 2001 (677 yards) Trent Guy, Louisville, 2009 (914 yards) NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut, 2011 (920 yards)

GAME (Minimum 2 returns) 68.0 NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut at Rutgers (2 for 136, 10/8/10) ADRIAN BUSHELL, Louisville at Connecticut (2 for 136, 11/19/11) 67.5 Dontavia Bogan, USF vs. Connecticut (2 for 135, 11/23/08) 65.5 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Illinois (2 for 131, 11/27/09) 62.5 Devin Hester, Miami vs. Florida (2 for 125, 9/6/03) 60.0 RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY IV, Cincinnati vs. Vanderbilt (2 for 120, 12/31/11) 59.0 Tavon Austin, West Virginia vs. Connecticut (2 for 118, 10/24/09) Kevin Johnson, Syracuse vs. Miami (2 for 118, 11/28/98) 58.5 NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut vs. Pittsburgh (2 for 117, 11/11/10) Darius Reynaud, West Virginia vs. Maryland (2 for 117, 9/14/06) SEASON (Minimum 15 returns) 35.3 NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut, 2010 (17 for 600) 31.2 JEREMY DEERING, Rutgers, 2011 (17 for 530) 30.6 JEREMY WRIGHT, Louisville, 2010 (16 for 489) 30.5 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (42 for 1,281) Mike Imoh, Virginia Tech, 2003 (18 for 549) 30.0 Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, 1998 (23 for 690) Lew Lawhorn, Temple, 1992 (20 for 600) 28.9 Tyvon Branch, Connecticut, (27 for 780) 28.3 Nate Jones, Rutgers, 2002 (26 for 736) 27.9 Lowell Robinson, Pittsburgh, 2006 (26 for 725)

Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 (2,664 yards) Will Blackmon, Boston College, 2002-04 (2,314 yards) Terrell Willis, Rutgers, 1993-95 (2,063 yards) Trent Guy, Louisville, 2006-09 (1,980 yards) Nate Jones, Rutgers, 2000-03 (1,902 yards) Hank Poteat, Pittsburgh, 1996-99 (1,917 yards) Max Suter, Syracuse, 2007-10 (1,900 yards) LINDSEY LAMAR, USF, 2009-11 (1,734 yards) Jeff Frederick, Temple, 1992-94 (1,411 yards) Willie Foster, Rutgers, 2003-06 (1,553 yards)

YARDS RETURNED Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh (7 returns, 12/5/09) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Oklahoma (5 returns, 9/6/08) Najeh Davenport, Miami vs. Syracuse (7 returns, 11/28/98) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. Florida (8 returns, 1/1/10) Michael Holmes, Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh (7 returns, 9/6/08) Tremain Mack, Miami vs. Temple (4 returns, 11/2/96) Max Suter, Syracuse vs. USF (8 returns, 10/13/07) Mike Jenkins, USF vs. Cincinnati (5 returns, 11/3/07) JaJuan Spillman, Louisville vs. Rutgers (4 returns, 9/9/06) Terrell Allen, Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia (6 returns, 11/15/03) Max Suter, Syracuse, 2007 (51 returns) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 (42 returns) RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY IV, Cincinnati, 2011 (39 returns) JEREMIAH KOBENA, Syracuse, 2011 (45 returns) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2008 (36 returns) Joe Lefeged, Rutgers, 2010 (38 returns) Michael Holmes, Syracuse, 2008 (41 returns) Lowell Robinson, Pittsburgh, 2007 (38 returns) Will Blackmon, Boston College, 2003 (36 returns) NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut, 2011 (37 returns) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 (94 returns) Will Blackmon, Boston College, 2002-04 (91 returns) Terrell Willis, Rutgers, 1993-95 (91 returns) Hank Poteat, Pittsburgh, 1996-99 (81 returns) Nate Jones, Rutgers, 2000-03 (82 returns) Max Suter, Syracuse, 2007-10 (77 returns) LINDSEY LAMAR, USF, 2009-11 (75 returns) Jim Turner, Syracuse, 1994-97 (68 returns) Lowell Robinson, Pittsburgh, 2006-07 (64 returns) Shawn Terry, West Virginia, 1998-01 (62 returns)

GAME 1 SEASON 2 CAREER 4 3

100t

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

78 Times (Last By: RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY IV, Cincinnat vs. Vanderbilt (12/31/11) Lew Lawhorn, Temple, 1992 Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, 1997 Nate Terry, West Virginia, 1997 Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, 1998 Shawn Terry, West Virginia, 2000 Nate Jones, Rutgers, 2002 Tyvon Branch, Connecticut, 2007 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2008 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2009 NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut, 2010 LINDSEY LAMAR, USF, 2010 Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2011 Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, 2005, 2007-09 Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, 1995-98 Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 2009-11 Nate Jones, Rutgers, 2000-03 Shawn Terry, West Virginia, 1998-01 Nate Terry, West Virginia, 1997-99 Willie Foster, Rutgers, 2003-06 Makonnen Fenton, Temple, 2001-03 Jim Turner, Syracuse, 1994-97

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS

Jim Turner, Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh (10/12/96) Nate Terry, West Virginia vs. East Carolina (9/6/97) Nate Terry, West Virginia vs. Temple (11/15/97) Kevin Johnson, Syracuse vs. Miami (11/28/98) DuJuan Daniels, Boston College vs. Syracuse (10/30/99) Shawn Terry, West Virginia vs. Syracuse (11/4/00) Shawn Terry, West Virginia vs. Maryland (9/29/01) Nate Jones, Rutgers vs. Tennessee (9/28/02) Nate Jones, Rutgers vs. Syracuse (10/26/02) JaJuan Spillman, Louisville vs. Rutgers (9/9/06) Trent Guy, Louisville at Kentucky (9/15/07) Mike Jenkins, USF vs. Cincinnati (11/3/07) Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati vs. West Virginia (11/8/08) DARRIN WILLIAMS, Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State (9/12/09) Robbie Frey, Connecticut vs. Rutgers (10/31/09) NICK WILLIAMS, Connecticut at Rutgers (11/11/10) LINDSEY LAMAR, USF at Louisville (11/13/10) Tavon Austin, West Virginia vs. Marshall (9/4/11) BUDDY JACKSON, Pittsburgh vs. Utah (10/15/11)

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS

INTERCEPTIONS

GAME 3 SEASON 10 9 8 7 6 CAREER 21 18 15 14 13

GAME 172 122 100 98 97 96 SEASON 206 184 172 171 166 164 161 158 CAREER 389 341 306 296 270 244 235 226 222

DeAngelo Smith, Cincinnati vs. Southern Mississippi (0 yards, 12/22/07) T.J. Stancil, Boston College vs. Colorado State (81 yards, 12/31/03) Darius Butler, Connecticut vs. Army (122 yards, 10/1/05) Shawntae Spencer, Pittsburgh vs. Ohio (49 yards, 8/31/02) Garnell Wilds, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (0 yards, 11/9/02) Willie Pile, Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (11 yards, 10/21/00) Anthony Midget, Virginia Tech vs. Miami (5 yards, 11/13/99) Ike Charlton, Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia (29 yards, 10/31/98) Keion Carpenter, Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (63 yards, 9/26/98) Lorenzo Ferguson, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson (40 yards, 9/12/98) Vann Washington, West Virginia vs. Louisiana Tech (172 yards, 10/29/94) Aaron Beasley, West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech (17 yards, 9/22/94) Malik Jackson, Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech (51 yards, 10/31/92) Sean Taylor, Miami, 2003 (184 yards) Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1994 (133 yards) Edward Reed, Miami, 2001 (206 yards) DeAngelo Smith, Cincinnati, 2007 (82 yards) Edward Reed, Miami, 2000 (92 yards) Robert Vaughn, Connecticut, 2007 (112 yards) Trae Williams, USF, 2006 (8 yards) Donovin Darius, Syracuse, 1997 (56 yards) Tyronne Drakeford, Virginia Tech, 1992 (121 yards) 20 Times (Last By: Phillip Thomas, Syracuse, 2011, 50 yards) Edward Reed, Miami, 1998-01 (389 yards) Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1992-95 (341 yards) Trae Williams, USF, 2005-07 (182 yards) Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, 2005-08 (296 yards) Sean Taylor, Miami, 2001-03 (306 yards) Anthony Smith, Syracuse, 2002-05 (172 yards) Willie Pile, Virginia Tech, 1999-02 (270 yards) Keith Tandy, West Virginia, 2008-11 (121 yards) Robert Vaughn, Connecticut, 2006-09 (184 yards) Perlo Bastien, West Virginia, 1996-99 (153 yards) Tyronne Drakeford, Virginia Tech, 1991-93 (122 yards)

YARDS RETURNED Vann Washington, West Virginia vs. Louisiana Tech (3 ret., 10/29/94) Darius Butler, Connecticut vs. Army (3 ret., 10/1/05) Dahna Deleston, Connecticut vs. Buffalo (1 ret., 1/3/09) Keion Carpenter, Virginia Tech vs. Miami (1 ret., 11/16/96) Jamel Smith, Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers (1 ret., 11/21/98) Tebucky Jones, Syracuse vs. Tulane (1 ret., 9/20/97) Maurice Sikes, Miami vs. Florida (2 ret., 9/7/02) Chiffon Allen, Pittsburgh vs. Houston (1 ret., 9/13/97) Willie Pile, Virginia Tech vs. Miami (1 ret., 12/7/02) Jason Poles, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (1 ret., 11/1/97) Edward Reed, Miami, 2001 (9 int.) Sean Taylor, Miami, 2003 (10 int.) Vann Washington, West Virginia, 1994 (4 int.) Willie Pile, Virginia Tech, 2002 (4 int.) Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1995 (5 int.) Eric Green, Virginia Tech, 2003 (3 int.) Trae Williams, USF, 2007 (6 int.) Dexter Seigler, Miami, 1992 (4 int.) Diamond Ferri, Syracuse, 2004 (4 int.) Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, 2008 (4 ret.) Edward Reed, Miami, 1998-01 (21 int.) Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1992-95 (18 int.) Sean Taylor, Miami, 2001-03 (14 int.) Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, 2005-08 (14 int.) Willie Pile, Virginia Tech, 1999-02 (14 int.) Keion Carpenter, Virginia Tech, 1995-98 (10 int.) Phillip Buchanon, Miami, 1999-01 (7 int.) Dexter Seigler, Miami, 1991-93 (8 int.) Aaron Webster, Cincinnati, 2006-09 (6 int.) Maurice Sikes, Miami, 2000-03 (6 int.)

YARDS PER INTERCEPTION

INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS

GAME (Minimum 2) 57.3 Maurice Sikes, Miami vs. Florida (2 for 97, 9/7/02) 44.5 Phil Cox, Temple vs. Miami (2 for 89, 11/19/94) 40.7 Darius Butler, Connecticut vs. Army (3 for 122, 10/1/05) 40.5 Quentin Harris, Syracuse vs. Boston College (2 for 81, 10/17/98) 39.0 Phil Buchanan, Miami vs. Pittsburgh (2 for 78, 11/11/00) 37.5 Nate Webster, Miami vs. Pittsburgh (2 for 75, 11/6/99) 34.0 Robert McClain, Connecticut vs. Cincinnati (2 for 68, 10/25/08) 33.0 Tyronne Drakeford, Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina (2 for 66, 9/12/92) 31.0 Richard Bryant, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (2 for 62, 11/24/00) 30.5 GREG WILLIAMS, Pittsburgh vs. Connecticut (2 for 61, 12/6/08) Rasshad Whitmill, Pittsburgh vs. Boston College (2 for 61, 10/31/96) SEASON (Minimum 4) 43.0 Vann Washington, West Virginia, 1994 (4 for 172) 42.8 Willie Pile, Virginia Tech, 2002 (4 for 171) 41.0 Dexter Siegler, Miami, 1992 (4 for 164) 40.3 Diamond Ferri, Syracuse, 2004 (4 for 161) 39.5 Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, 2008 (4 for 158) 38.2 BLIDI WREH-WILSON, Connecticut, 2010 (4 for 153) 35.8 Barrett Green, West Virginia, 1997 (4 for 143) 34.2 Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1995 (5 for 171) 34.0 Ben Moffitt, USF, 2007 (4 for 136) 33.8 Aaron Webster, Cincinnati, 2009 (4 for 135) GAME 2 1 SEASON 3 2 CAREER 4 3

Vann Washington, West Virginia vs. Louisiana Tech (10/29/94) 201 Times (Last By: Drew Frey, Cincinnati vs. Connecticut, 12/3/11) Sean Taylor, Miami, 2003 Malcolm Postell, Pittsburgh, 2004 Trae Williams, USF, 2007 Dexter Seigler, Miami, 1992 Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1994 Vann Washington, West Virginia, 1994 Reggie Stephens, Rutgers, 1998 Edward Reed, Miami, 2000 Grant Wiley, West Virginia, 2000 Edward Reed, Miami, 2001 Maurice Sikes, Miami, 2002 Eric Green, Virginia Tech, 2003 Justin Perkins, Connecticut, 2004 Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, 2007 Scott Lutrus, Connecticut, 2007 Robert McClain, Connecticut, 2008 BLIDI WREN-WILSON, Connecticut, 2010 Edward Reed, Miami, 1998-01 Vann Washington, West Virginia, 1993-96 Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, 1992-95 Sean Taylor, Miami, 2001-03 Malcolm Postell, Pittsburgh, 2000-04 Trae Williams, USF, 2005-07 Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, 2005-08 Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut, 2006-10

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS

100t Dahna Deleston, Connecticut vs. Buffalo (1/3/09) Keion Carpenter, Virginia Tech vs. Miami (11/16/96) 98t Jamel Smith, Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers (11/21/98) 98t Tebucky Jones, Syracuse vs. Tulane (9/20/97) 97t Maurice Sikes, Miami vs. Florida (9/7/02) 97t Chiffon Allen, Pittsburgh vs. Houston (9/13/97) 97t Vann Washington, West Virginia vs. Louisiana Tech (10/29/94) 96t Willie Pile, Virginia Tech vs. Miami (12/7/02) 96t Jason Poles, Syracuse vs. West Virginia (11/1/97) 95t Kirk Alexander, Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati (10/19/91)

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GAME 25 23 22 21 SEASON 167 165 161 161 160 159 159 156 153 152 CAREER 532 509 477 449 443 442 422 405 399 394

TACKLES Frank Chamberlain, Boston College vs. Syracuse, 10/30/99 Dax Strohmeyer, Rutgers vs. Syracuse, 11/13/99 Taylor Suman, Temple at Syracuse, 11/6/99 Nate Webster, Miami at West Virginia, 10/24/98 Lamar Myles, Louisville vs. Kentucky, 9/15/07 Grant Wiley, West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 11/10/01 Rick Sherrod, West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 11/10/01 Ramon Walker, Pittsburgh vs. Miami, 9/27/01 Alfred Fincher, Connecticut vs. West Virginia, 10/13/04 Rich Scanlon, Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 11/29/03 Lewis Moore, Pittsburgh vs. Toledo, 9/20/03 Nate Webster, Miami vs. Cincinnati, 9/12/98 Grant Wiley, West Virginia, 2003 Tom McManus, Boston College, 1991 Brian Sheridan, Rutgers, 1997 Stephen Boyd, Boston College, 1993 Ray Lewis, Miami, 1995 Kyle Kayden, West Virginia, 2001 Tom McManus, Boston College, 1992 Rick Sherrod, West Virginia, 2001 Lance Johnstone, Temple, 1995 Ray Lewis, Miami, 1994 Dan Morgan, Miami, 1997-00 (309 solo, 223 assist) Stephen Boyd, Boston College, 1991-94 (282 solo, 227 assist) Grant Wiley, West Virginia, 2000-03 (286 solo, 191 assist) Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut, 2006-10 (246 solo, 203 assist) H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh, 2003-06 (255 solo, 178 assist) Antwaune Ponds, Syracuse, 1994-97 (285 solo, 157 assist) Lance Johnstone, Temple, 1992-95 (284 solo, 138 assist) Clifton Smith, Syracuse, 1999-02 (244 solo, 161 assist) George DelRicco, Virginia Tech, 1992-95 (205 solo, 194 assist) Kyle Kayden, West Virginia, 1998-01 (248 solo, 146 assist)

TACKLES FOR LOSS*

GAME 7.0 Elvis Dumervil, Louisville vs. Kentucky, 9/4/05 Brian Beinecke, Pittsburgh vs. Temple, 11/9/02 6.5 Donta Moore, Connecticut vs. Wake Forest, 9/16/06 Doug Hogue, Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 11/21/09 6.0 Chris Hovan, Boston College vs. Pittsburgh, 10/16/99 Wesley Robinson, Rutgers vs. Buffalo, 9/9/00 James Davis, West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 11/18/00 George Selvie, USF vs. Elon, 9/1/07 5.5 BRANDON MILLS, Cincinnati vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10 Bryan Knight, Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 11/10/01 SEASON 31.5 George Selvie, USF, 2007 26 Bryan Knight, Pittsburgh, 2000 25.5 Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, 2001 24.5 Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College, 2004 23 Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, 2005 22.5 Dan Klecko, Temple, 2002 21.5 Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati, 2011 21 Chris Hovan, Boston College, 1999 20 Claude Harriott, Pittsburgh, 2002 19.5 Raheem Orr, Rutgers, 2003 Rian Wallace, Temple, 2003 Dan Klecko, Temple, 2001 Cols Colas, Virginia Tech, 2002 * - Half tackles for loss calculated beginning in 2001.

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SACKS

GAME 6.0 4.5 4.0 SEASON 20.0 17.5 17.0 16.0 14.5 14.0 13.5 13.0 CAREER 36 35 34 32 31 29 27.5 27 26

Elvis Dumervil, Louisville vs. Kentucky, 9/4/05 Rodney Gnat, Louisville vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/11/10 Dwight Freeney, Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech, 10/21/00 Julian Miller, West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 11/25/11 TREVARDO WILLIAMS, Connecticut vs. Rutgers, 11/26/11 Alex Daniels, Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 10/3/09 Lindsey Witten, Connecticut vs. North Carolina George Selvie, USF vs. Elon, 9/1/07 Dan Klecko, Temple vs. Connecticut, 10/19/02 Bryan Knight, Pittsburgh vs. Bowling Green, 9/9/00 Raheem Orr, Rutgers vs. Connecticut, 9/29/01 Duke Pettijohn, Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh, 10/7/99 Antwaune Ponds, Syracuse vs. West Virginia, 11/2/96 James Davis, West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 11/18/00 Gary Stills, West Virginia vs. Marshall, 8/30/97 Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, 2005 Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, 2001 Corey Moore, Virginia Tech, 1999 Canute Curtis, West Virginia, 1996 George Selvie, USF, 2007 Bruce Irvin, West Virginia, 2010 Cornell Brown, Virginia Tech, 1995 Corey Moore, Virginia Tech, 1998 Shawn Williams, Rutgers, 1991 Mike Mamula, Boston College, 1994 Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, 2000 Anthony Hoke, Cincinnati, 2007 Cornell Brown, Virginia Tech, 1993-96 Corey Moore, Virginia Tech, 1997-99 Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, 1998-01 Canute Curtis, West Virginia, 1993-96 Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College, 2002-04 George Selvie, USF, 2006-09 Kenny Holmes, Miami, 1993-96 Julian Miller, West Virginia, 2008-11 John Engelberger, Virginia Tech, 1996-99 Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers, 2005-08 Kenard Lang, Miami, 1994-96

SEASON 10 8 7 6 5

FORCED FUMBLES Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, 2005 Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, 2001 Claude Harriott, Pittsburgh, 2002 Grant Wiley, West Virginia, 2003 Diamond Ferri, Syracuse, 2004 Cody Brown, Connecticut, 2008 Clint Session, Pittsburgh, 2006 Ramel Meekins, Rutgers, 2006 Chris Hovan, Boston College, 1999 Alfred Fincher, Connecticut, 2004 Nate Webster, Miami, 1999 Aaron Brady, Rutgers, 1996 Chris Cebula, Rutgers, 1996 Raheem Orr, Rutgers, 2002 Keeon Walker, Syracuse, 2002 Alshermond Singleton, Temple, 1994 Alphonso Taylor, Temple, 1991 Mike Lorello, West Virginia, 2005

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RUSHING

GAME 72 71 68 67 66 64 SEASON 714 659 629 625 600 590 582 580 579

MOST RUSHES

Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh, 9/11/93 (500 yards) Rutgers at Army, 11/9/07 (404 yards) Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 (402 yards) Boston College vs. Temple, 9/25/93 (420 yards) Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh, 10/8/94 (414 yards) Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 10/9/97 (358 yards) Syracuse vs. Boston College, 11/24/01 (322 yards) Virginia Tech vs. Marshall, 9/12/02 (395 yards) USF vs. Central Florida, 9/17/05 (326 yards) West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 10/30/93 (446 yards) West Virginia vs. Wofford, 9/10/05 (339 yards) West Virginia vs. Maryland, 9/17/05 (301 yards) West Virginia, 2002 (3,687 yards in 13 games) Virginia Tech, 2002 (2,974 yards in 14 games) West Virginia, 2007 (3,864 yards in 13 games) West Virginia, 2005 (3,269 yards in 12 games) West Virginia, 2003 (2,762 yards in 13 games) West Virginia, 2004 (3,034 yards in 12 games) West Virginia, 2006 (3,939 yards in 13 games) Virginia Tech, 1993 (2,671 yards in 11 games) Syracuse, 2001 (2,096 in 12 games) USF, 2005 (2,436 in 12 games)

YARDS GAINED

GAME 536 West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 9/28/02 (62 rushes) 517 West Virginia vs. Connecticut, 11/24/07 (52 rushes) 500 Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh, 9/11/93 (72 rushes) 478 West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 9/4/04 (56 rushes) 457 West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 10/14/06 (45 rushes) 453 Virginia Tech vs. Akron, 10/14/95 (49 rushes) 452 Rutgers vs. Temple, 10/2/93 (63 rushes) 451 West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 11/24/05 (62 rushes) 446 West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 10/30/93 (64 rushes) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 (63 rushes) SEASON 3,939 West Virginia, 2006 (590 rushes in 13 games) 3,864 West Virginia, 2007 (629 rushes in 13 games) 3,687 West Virginia, 2002 (714 rushes in 13 games) 3,269 West Virginia, 2005 (625 rushes in 12 games) 3,034 West Virginia, 2004 (590 rushes in 12 games) 2,975 Virginia Tech, 2000 (570 rushes in 11 games) 2,974 Virginia Tech, 2002 (659 rushes in 14 games) 2,813 Connecticut, 2008 (556 rushes in 13 games) 2,793 Virginia Tech, 1999 (559 rushes in 11 games) 2,762 West Virginia, 2003 (600 rushes in 13 games) GAME - TWO TEAMS 720 West Virginia (517) vs. Connecticut (203), 11/24/07 662 Miami (302) vs. Boston College (360), 10/18/97 655 Temple (365) vs. Akron (290), 9/12/98 659 Virginia Tech (500) vs. Pittsburgh (159), 9/11/93 651 Rutgers (340) vs. Army (330), 10/25/93 648 Temple (241) vs. Army (407), 10/9/93 633 Virginia Tech (420) vs. Boston College (213), 9/30/00 626 Boston College (183) vs. Army (443), 10/21/95 623 Rutgers (345) vs. Army (278), 10/17/92 622 Rutgers (249) vs. Navy (373), 9/27/03 YARDS PER GAME 303.0 West Virginia, 2006 (3,939 yards in 13 games) 297.2 West Virginia, 2007 (3,864 yards in 13 games) 283.6 West Virginia, 2002 (3,687 yards in 13 games) 272.4 West Virginia, 2005 (3,269 yards in 12 games) 270.5 Virginia Tech, 2000 (2,975 yards in 11 games) 253.9 Virginia Tech, 1999 (2,793 yards in 11 games) 252.8 West Virginia, 2004 (3,034 yards in 12 games) 244.0 West Virginia, 1993 (2,684 yards in 11 games) 242.8 Virginia Tech, 1993 (2,671 yards in 11 games) 236.4 Syracuse, 1996 (2,600 yards in 11 games)

GAME 10.2 9.94 9.61 9.56 9.45 9.44 9.30 9.29 9.25 9.24 SEASON 6.70 6.14 5.40 5.33 5.28 5.28 5.23 5.23 5.22 5.16

YARDS PER RUSH West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 11/16/06 (45 for 457) West Virginia vs. Connecticut, 11/24/07 (52 for 517) Louisville vs. Memphis, 10/9/10 (31 for 298) Miami vs. McNeese State, 8/31/00 (30 for 287) Miami vs. Florida A&M, 8/31/02 (33 for 312) Miami vs. Arkansas State, 11/1/97 (36 for 340) West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 11/16/06 (47 for 437) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 (48 for 446) Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 10/2/04 (40 for 370) Virginia Tech vs. Akron, 10/14/95 (49 for 453) West Virginia, 2006 (590 for 3,939) West Virginia, 2007 (629 for 3,864) Rutgers, 1993 (479 for 2,588) Miami, 2001 (422 for 2,251) Virginia Tech, 2003 (515 for 2,721) West Virginia, 2008 (517 for 2,729) Miami, 2002 (455 for 2,379) West Virginia, 2005 (625 for 3,269) Virginia Tech, 2000 (570 for 2,975) West Virginia, 2002 (714 for 3,687)

GAME 8 7 6 SEASON 49 48 46 41 39 35 34

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 9/19/98 Virginia Tech vs. Akron, 10/14/95 Boston College vs. Temple, 9/25/93 Virginia Tech vs. James Madison, 9/4/99 Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers, 9/16/00 Virginia Tech vs. Boston College, 9/30/00 Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 11/25/00 West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 West Virginia vs. Temple, 11/2/02 Miami vs. Virginia Tech, 12/7/02 Louisville vs. Florida Atlantic, 10/1/05 Louisville vs. Temple, 9/9/06 Rutgers vs. Howard, 9/23/06 West Virginia vs. Connecticut, 11/24/07 West Virginia vs. Western Michigan, 9/1/07 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 Miami vs. Long Beach State, 10/19/91 Miami vs. Georgia Southern, 9/3/94 Syracuse vs. Buffalo, 9/2/00 Temple vs. Rutgers, 10/14/00 Virginia Tech vs. Marshall, 9/12/02 Syracuse vs. Rhode Island, 9/14/02 West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 9/4/04 Connecticut vs. Liberty, 9/10/05 Connecticut vs. Texas Soutern, 9/11/10 Cincinnati vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10 Cincinnati vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11 West Virginia, 2007 West Virginia, 2006 Virginia Tech, 2000 Louisville, 2005 West Virginia, 2002 Virginia Tech, 1999 Virginia Tech, 2002 Louisville, 2006 Syracuse, 1998 West Virginia, 2005

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PASSING

GAME 65 64 62 61 59 58 57 SEASON 542 491 475 473 472 464 462 457

MOST ATTEMPTS

Louisville vs. Syracuse, 9/22/07 (45 comp.) West Virginia vs. LSU, 9/24/11 (38 comp.) Pittsburgh vs. Penn State, 11/28/91 (27 comp.) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 10/29/95 (29 comp.) Cincinnati vs. USF, 10/22/10 (34 comp.) Miami vs. Memphis State, 11/27/93 (35 comp.) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 9/30/05 (35 comp.) Louisville vs. Utah, 10/5/07 (28 comp.) Rutgers at Pittsburgh, 10/23/04 (31 comp.) Rutgers at Syracuse, 10/1/11 (29 comp.) West Virginia, 2011 (353 comp.) Louisville, 2007 (316 comp.) Rutgers, 2011 (256 comp.) Rutgers, 2004 (303 comp.) Cincinnati, 2008 (290 comp.) Cincinnati, 2009 (311 comp.) Cincinnati, 2007 (286 comp.) Connecticut, 2004 (292 comp.) Temple, 1999 (265 comp.) Miami, 1992 (259 comp.)

COMPLETIONS

GAME 45 39 38 37 36 35 SEASON 353 316 311 303 292 290 286 266 265 263

Louisville vs. Syracuse, 9/22/07 (65 att.) Louisville vs. Utah, 10/5/07 (58 att.) Connecticut vs. Syracuse, 10/30/04 (51 att.) Temple vs. Rutgers, 10/30/99 (53 att.) West Virginia vs. LSU, 9/24/11 (65 att.) Miami vs. West Virginia, 10/2/03 (54 att.) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 9/17/92 (55 att.) West Virginia at Maryland, 9/17/11 (49 att.) Miami vs. Memphis State, 11/27/93 (59 att.) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 9/30/05 (59 att.) Rutgers vs. West Virginia, 10/30/24 (46 att.) West Virginia, 2011 (542 att.) Louisville, 2007 (491 att.) Cincinnati, 2009 (472 att.) Rutgers, 2004 (473 att.) Connecticut, 2004 (464 att.) Cincinnati, 2008 (472 att.) Cincinnati, 2007 (464 att.) Pittsburgh, 1992 (455 att.) Temple, 1999 (462 att.) Pittsburgh, 2011 (426 att.)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

YARDS GAINED Louisville vs. Syracuse, 9/22/07 (45 of 65) Cincinnati vs. USF, 10/22/10 (34 of 61) Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse, 11/9/02 (23 of 35) Miami vs. San Diego State, 11/30/91 (23 of 44) Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia, 10/15/94 (24 of 45) Cincinnati vs. Connecticut, 11/7/09 (29 for 37) USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/01 (30 for 43) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 10/24/97 (27 of 42) West Virginia vs. Connecticut, 10/8/11 (28 of 48) Louisville vs. Utah, 10/5/07 (39 of 58) West Virginia, 2011 (353 of 542) Louisville, 2007 (316 of 491) Cincinnati, 2009 (311 of 472) Louisville, 2006 (245 of 384) Pittsburgh, 2003 (251 of 427) Cincinnati, 2007 (286 of 464) Miami, 2002 (241 of 432) Cincinnati, 2008 (290 of 472) Louisville, 2005 (246 of 376) Rutgers, 2008 (250 of 415)

GAME 978 907 876 841 831 814 810 805 798

GAME (Min. 20 att.) 88.0 West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 9/22/07 (22 of 25) 87.0 Rutgers at USF, 11/3/10 (20 of 23) 85.7 Rutgers vs. Navy, 10/29/05 (18 of 21) West Virginia at Syracuse, 10/6/07 (18 of 21) 84.0 Louisville vs. Oregon State, 9/17/05 (21 of 25) USF vs. Wofford, 9/5/09 (21 of 25) 83.9 Pittsburgh vs. Hawaii, 12/5/92 (26 of 31) 83.3 Pittsburgh vs. Furman, 9/25/04 (30 of 36) Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse, 10/2/06 (20 of 24) Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 9/17/08 (20 of 24) SEASON (Min. 200 att.) 68.7 Pittsburgh, 2006 (228 for 332) 66.4 West Virginia, 2007 (176 for 265) 66.2 West Virginia, 2008 (202 for 305) 65.9 Cincinnati, 2009 (311 for 472) 65.4 Louisville, 2005 (246 for 376) 65.1 West Virginia, 2011 (353 for 542) 64.8 Pittsburgh, 2009 (219 for 338) 64.7 Syracuse, 2009 (229 for 354) 64.4 Louisville, 2007 (316 for 491) 64.1 West Virginia, 1998 (245 for 382) West Virginia, 2010 (245 for 382)

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GAME 555 512 504 485 480 477 470 469 467 SEASON 4,509 4,103 4,014 3,770 3,746 3,720 3,695 3,542 3,523 3,515

346.8 341.9 316.0 310.9 310.5 308.8 294.9 293.6 290.3 290.0

YARDS GAINED - TWO TEAMS Louisville (555) vs. Syracuse (423), 9/22/07 Virginia Tech (504) vs. Syracuse (403), 11/9/02 Pittsburgh (480) vs. West Virginia (396), 10/15/94 Pittsburgh (470) vs. Rutgers (406), 10/24/97 Rutgers (374) vs. Arizona State (467), 12/27/05 Miami (318) vs. UCLA (513), 12/5/98 West Virginia (428) vs. Rutgers (386), 10/29/11 Pittsburgh (395) vs. Maryland (415), 10/3/92 Louisville (428) vs. Oregon State (377), 9/17/05 Cincinnati (512) vs. USF (286), 10/22/10

YARDS PER GAME

West Virginia, 2011 (4,509 in 13 games) Louisville, 2007 (4,103 in 13 games) Miami, 1992 (3,476 in 11 games) West Virginia, 1998 (3,248 in 11 games) Rutgers, 2004 (3,416 in 11 games) Cincinnati, 2009 (4,014 in 13 games) Miami, 1991 (3,244 in 11 games) Louisville, 2005 (3,523 in 12 games) Pittsburgh, 1992 (3,483 in 12 games) Louisville, 2006 (3,770 in 13 games)

YARDS PER ATTEMPT

SEASON 10.93 10.12 9.82 9.54 9.37 9.30 9.29 9.19 8.93 8.88

Virginia Tech, 1999 (2,177 on 199) West Virginia, 1993 (2,419 on 239) Louisville, 2006 (3,770 on 384) Syracuse, 1995 (2,004 on 210) Louisville, 2005 (3,523 on 376) Syracuse, 1992 (2,343 on 252) Boston College, 1993 (3,420 on 368) Syracuse, 1997 (2,710 on 295) Virginia Tech, 1993 (2,214 on 248) Syracuse, 1993 (2,639 on 297)

SEASON 18.61 17.78 17.15 16.02 15.93 15.91 15.77 15.72 15.62 15.53

Virginia Tech, 1999 (2,177 on 117) Temple, 1998 (1,280 on 72) Syracuse, 1997 (2,710 on 158) Pittsburgh, 2000 (2,964 on 185) Virginia Tech, 1993 (2,214 on 139) West Virginia, 1993 (2,419 on 152) West Virginia, 2003 (2,034 on 129) West Virginia, 1995 (2,342 on 149) Syracuse, 1992 (2,343 on 150) Syracuse, 1995 (2,004 on 129)

YARDS PER COMPLETION

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TEAM RECORDS 

GAME 7 6 5 SEASON 39 38 36 32 31 30 28 27

GAME 6 5 SEASON 28 24 23 22 21 20

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 10/24/97 Rutgers vs. Louisville, 12/4/08 West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 10/27/98 Temple vs. Rutgers, 10/30/99 Louisville vs. Oregon State, 9/17/05 Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh, 10/25/08 Cincinnati vs. Illinois, 11/27/09 West Virginia vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 27 Times: Last by West Virginia vs. Norfolk State, 1/10/11 Cincinnati, 2009 (13 games) Pittsburgh, 2003 (13 games) Cincinnati, 2007 (13 games) Miami, 2002 (13 games) West Virginia, 2011 (13 games) Pittsburgh, 1997 (11 games) Louisville, 2007 (13 games) Pittsburgh, 2006 (12 games) West Virginia, 1998 (11 games) Miami, 1999 (12 games) Cincinnati, 2010 (13 games)

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech, 11/21/98 Temple vs. Akron, 11/7/92 Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech, 10/31/92 Syracuse vs. USF, 10/3/09 West Virginia at Auburn, 9/19/09 Connecticut vs. Pittsburgh, 12/6/08 Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio), 9/28/05 Pittsburgh vs. Texas, 9/16/95 Virginia Tech vs. Virginia, 11/19/94 Pittsburgh vs. Louisville, 11/14/92 Pittsburgh vs. Penn State, 11/28/91 Boston College vs. Penn State, 9/28/91 Virginia Tech vs. North Carolina State, 9/7/91 Temple, 1992 (127 of 287) Pittsburgh, 1995 (182 of 379) Rutgers, 2002 (188 of 413) Temple, 2002 (186 of 380) Rutgers, 1997 (181 of 372) Rutgers, 2001 (128 of 282) Rutgers, 2000 (206 of 421) Boston College, 1995 (218 of 411) Rutgers, 2004 (303 of 473) Miami, 2003 (245 of 410) Temple, 1995 (153 of 345) Miami, 1994 (194 of 366) Pittsburgh, 1992 (266 of 455) Virginia Tech, 1991 (180 of 313)

FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS

GAME (Min. 45 att.) 0 Louisville vs. Utah, 10/5/07 (58 atts.) Temple vs. Louisville, 9/27/03 (54 atts.) Temple vs. Syracuse, 10/22/94 (54 atts.) Boston College vs. Pittsburgh, 10/15/04 (53 atts.) Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech, 10/30/99 (51 atts.) Syracuse vs. Cinicnnati, 11/24/07 (51 atts.) Rutgers at Syracuse, 10/2/04 (50 atts.) Miami vs. Arizona, 10/26/91 (50 atts.) Connecticut vs. Georgia Tech, 11/13/04 (49 atts.) Rutgers at North Carolina, 9/10/11 (47 atts.) Cincinnati vs. Illinois, 11/27/09 (46 atts.) Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse, 10/7/00 (46 atts.) Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech, 10/23/93 (45 atts.) Boston College vs. Navy, 10/24/98 (45 atts.) West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 11/24/00 (45 atts.) Temple vs. Pittsburgh, 10/9/04 (45 atts.) Cincinnati vs. Florida, 1/1/10 (45 atts.) West Virginia vs. Marshall, 9/18/10 (45 atts.) SEASON (Lowest pct./Min. 200 attempts) 1.47 Miami, 2000 (5 on 340) 1.53 Miami, 1992 (7 on 457) 1.60 Syracuse, 2006 (5 on 311) 1.66 West Virginia, 2011 (9 on 542) 1.67 Connecticut, 2007 (6 on 361) 1.691 Pittsburgh, 2004 (7 on 414) 1.694 Cincinnati, 2009 (8 on 472) 1.72 Temple, 2004 (6 on 348) 1.74 West Virginia, 1996 (6 on 344) 1.82 Louisville, 2006 (7 on 384) SEASON - FEWEST TOTAL (Min. 200 attempts) 5 Miami, 2000 (340 attempts) Syracuse, 2005 (311 attempts) 6 Connecticut, 2007 (361 attempts) Temple, 2004 (348 attempts) West Virginia, 2007 (265 attempts) Syracuse, 1998 (259 attempts) Virginia Tech, 1997 (214 attempts) West Virginia, 1996 (344 attempts) Virginia Tech, 1996 (255 attempts) Syracuse, 1995 (210 attempts) West Virginia, 1993 (239 attempts)

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TEAM RECORDS 

TOTAL OFFENSE

GAME 100 98 96 95 94 SEASON 993 991 959 954 944 941 936 931 927 925

GAME 745 729 711 689 675 671 661 655 SEASON 6,179 6,104 6,074 5,998 5,931 5,856 5,841 5,817 5,785 5,641

GAME 1,359 1,290 1,284 1,211 1,192 1,187 1,173 1,164 1,163 1,151

506.4 488.0 482.1 475.3 469.5 467.2 463.9 461.4 460.8 459.5

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GAME 11.37 11.06 10.81 10.23 10.20 SEASON 7.39 7.13 6.98 6.85 6.82

MOST PLAYS

Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech (11/9/02) Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh (10/24/97) West Virginia vs. Ball State (9/3/94) West Virginia vs. Maryland (9/29/01) Syracuse vs. Rutgers (10/9/97) Rutgers vs. Temple (11/18/95) Rutgers vs. Duke (9/14/91) Rutgers at Syracuse (10/1/11) Rutgers vs. Penn State (9/24/94) Miami vs. Memphis State (11/27/93)

YARDS GAINED USF vs. Florida A&M (268 rush, 477 pass, 9/17/11) Louisville vs. Middle Tennessee State (401 pass, 328 rush, 9/6/07) Cincinnati vs. Connecticut (480 pass, 231 rush, 11/7/09) Miami vs. UCLA (318 pass, 371 rush, 12/5/98) Syracuse vs. Rutgers (425 pass, 250 rush, 10/10/92) Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh (175 pass, 500 rush, 9/11/93) Louisville vs. Temple (312 rush, 359 pass, 9/9/06) Rutgers vs. Louisville (447 pass, 224 rush, 12/4/08) Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (295 rush, 366 pass, 11/20/10) Louisville vs. Murray State (394 pass, 261 rush, 8/30/07)

YARDS GAINED - TWO TEAMS Miami (689) vs. UCLA (670), 12/5/98 Virginia Tech (641) vs. Maryland (649), 9/25/93 Louisville (729) vs. Middle Tennessee State (555), 9/6/07 Rutgers (532) vs. Arizona State (679), 12/27/05 Syracuse (634) vs. East Carolina (558), 9/5/92 Pittsburgh (645) vs. Rutgers (542), 10/25/97 Cincinnati (711) vs. Connecticut (462), 11/7/09 Rutgers (606) vs. Virginia Tech (558), 10/31/92 Virginia Tech (559) vs. Syracuse (604), 11/9/02 Rutgers (490) vs. Penn State (661), 9/23/95

YARDS PER GAME

Boston College, 1993 (5,570 yards in 11 games) Louisville, 2007 (5,856 yards in 12 games) Louisville, 2005 (5,785 in 12 games) Louisville, 2006 (6,179 in 13 games) West Virginia, 2011 (6,104 in 13 games) Miami, 2002 (6,074 yards in 13 games) West Virginia, 1993 (5,103 yards in 11 games) West Virginia, 2006 (5,998 in 13 games) Miami, 2000 (5,069 yards in 11 games) West Virginia, 1998 (5,055 yards in 11 games)

Rutgers vs. Louisville, 12/4/08 (59 for 671) Louisville vs. Oregon State, 9/17/05 (50 for 553) Louisville vs. Memphis, 10/9/10 (53 for 573) Louisville vs. Murray State, 8/30/07 (64 for 655) West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 10/14/06 (45 for 457) West Virginia, 2006 (5,998 on 823) Louisville, 2006 (6,179 on 867) Cincinnati, 2009 (5,817 on 833) Miami, 2002 (6,074 on 887) Louisville, 2005 (5,785 on 848)

West Virginia, 2002 (5,440 yards, 13 games) USF, 2007 (5,383 yards, 13 games) West Virginia, 2011 (6,104 yards, 13 games) Boston College, 2003 (5,255 yards, 13 games) Pittsburgh, 2011 (4,551 yards, 13 games) Cincinnati, 2007 (5,641, 13 games) Rutgers, 2011 (4,407 yards, 13 games) Virginia Tech, 2002 (5,203 yards, 14 games) Cincinnati, 2008 (5,189 yards, 14 games) USF, 2008 (5,265 yards, 13 games)

Louisville, 2006 (3,770 pass, 2,409 rush, 13 games) West Virginia, 2011 (4,509 pass, 1,595 rush, 13 games) Miami, 2002 (3,695 pass, 2,379 rush, 13 games) West Virginia, 2006 (2,059 pass, 3,939 rush, 13 games) West Virginia, 2007 (2,067 pass, 3,864 rush, 13 games) Louisville, 2007 (4,103 pass, 1,753 rush, 12 games) Rutgers, 2007 (3,267 pass, 2,574 rush, 13 games) Cincinnati, 2009 (4,014 pass, 1,803 rush, 13 games) Louisville, 2005 (3,523 pass, 2,262 rush, 12 games) Cincinnati, 2007 (3,720 pass, 1,921 rush, 13 games)

YARDS PER PLAY

GAME 39 37 36 SEASON 309 301 296 294 292 291 287 283 281 GAME 24 23 22 SEASON 178 174 168 162 149 144 143 140 139

MOST FIRST DOWNS USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/11 Louisville vs. Syracuse, 9/22/07 Connecticut vs. Liberty, 9/10/05 Virginia Tech vs. Central Florida, 8/31/03 Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh, 10/8/94 Rutgers vs. Temple, 10/2/93 Louisville, 2007 (181 pass, 102 rush, 26 pen., 12 games) West Virginia, 2011 (187 pass, 91 rush, 23 pen., 13 games) Louisville, 2006 (150 pass, 125 rush, 21 pen., 13 games) Rutgers, 2007 (146 pass, 126 rush, 22 pen., 13 games) USF, 2011 (142 pass, 128 rush, 22 pen., 12 games) USF, 2008 (155 pass, 120 rush, 16 pen., 13 games) Boston College, 1993 (153 pass, 122 rush, 12 pen., 11 games) Louisville, 2005 (142 pass, 123 rush, 22 pen., 12 games) Cincinnati, 2007 (157 pass, 102 rush, 24 pen., 13 games) West Virginia, 2002 (76 pass, 178 rush, 27 pen., 13 games) Pittsburgh, 1992 (159 pass, 102 rush, 19 pen., 12 games)

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh, 10/8/94 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 Rutgers vs. Temple, 10/2/93 Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh, 9/11/93 Rutgers at Army, 11/9/07 West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 9/28/02 Virginia Tech vs. Marshall, 9/12/02 Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 10/9/97 West Virginia vs. Syracuse, 10/30/93 West Virginia, 2002 West Virginia, 2007 West Virginia, 2006 Virginia Tech, 2000 Virginia Tech, 2002 Syracuse, 1992 Connecticut, 2008 Virginia Tech, 1993 West Virginia, 2004 Syracuse, 1998

GAME 29 25 23 SEASON 187 181 165 164 159 158 157 155 154

MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING Louisville vs. Syracuse, 9/22/07 Connecticut vs. Syracuse, 10/30/04 Virginia Tech vs. Central Florida, 8/31/03 Rutgers vs. Penn State, 9/23/95 West Virginia vs. LSU, 9/24/11 West Virginia, 2011 Louisville, 2007 Connecticut, 2004 Cincinnati, 2009 Pittsburgh, 1992 Rutgers, 2008 Cincinnati, 2007 USF, 2008 Cincinnati, 2008 Rutgers, 2004

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TEAM RECORDS 

PUNTING

GAME 13 12 11 SEASON 93 92 86 81 80 79 77

GAME 552 541 502 481 481 474 476 475 467 466 SEASON 3,707 3,565 3,531 3,399 3,356 3,288 3,282 3,260 3,259 3,229

MOST PUNTS

Rutgers vs. West Virginia, 10/4/97 Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech, 10/11/03 Temple vs. Maryland, 9/2/99 21 Times: Most recent, Connecticut at Rutgers, 10/8/10 Rutgers, 2002 Temple, 1999 Rutgers, 2001 Syracuse, 2005 West Virginia, 1996 West Virginia, 2003 Syracuse, 2007 Connecticut, 2011 Connecticut, 2010 Syracuse, 2001 Pittsburgh, 2003 Connecticut, 2005

GAME 10 9 SEASON 50 48 47 46

MOST RETURNS

USF vs. Tennessee-Martin, 8/30/08 (226 yards) Virginia Tech vs. Clemson, 9/12/98 (129 yards) West Virginia vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/4/93 (117 yards) USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/10/05 (209 yards) Temple vs. Connecticut, 11/24/01 (89 yards) Miami, 2002 (662 yards) Virginia Tech, 1998 (572 yards) Miami, 2003 (531 yards) USF, 2008 (437 yards) Miami, 2000 (819 yards)

YARDS PUNTING Rutgers vs. West Virginia, 10/4/97 (13 punts) West Virginia vs. Nebraska, 8/28/94 (9 punts) Syracuse vs. West Virginia, 11/10/01 (11 punts) Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia, 8/31/96 (10 punts) Syracusse vs. West Virginia, 9/4/05 (11 punts) Boston College vs. Miami, 11/25/00 (11 punts) Syracuse vs. Boston College, 11/12/94 (10 punts) West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 10/15/94 (11 punts) Temple vs. Maryland, 9/2/99 (12 punts) Rutgers vs. Cincinnati, 10/11/08 (10 punts) Rutgers, 2002 (93 punts) Syracuse, 2005 (86 punts) Rutgers, 2001 (86 punts) Pittsburgh, 2003 (77 punts) Syracuse, 2007 (80 punts) Connecticut, 2011 (80 punts) Syracuse, 2001 (77 punts) Connecticut, 2010 (79 punts) Temple, 1999 (92 punts) West Virginia, 2003 (81 punts)

PUNTING AVERAGE

GAME (Minimum 3 punts) 60.1 West Virginia vs. Nebraska, 8/28/94 (9 for 541) 59.7 Cincinnati vs. North Carolina State, 9/22/11 (3 for 179) 58.5 West Virginia vs. Oklahoma, 1/2/08 (4 for 234) 54.7 Pittsburgh vs. Toledo, 9/20/03 (3 for 164) 54.3 West Virginia vs. Maryland, 9/17/94 (7 for 380) 54.0 Cincinnati at Syracuse, 11/26/11 (4 for 216) 53.5 Cincinnati at USF, 10/22/11 (4 for 214) 53.2 Connecticut at USF, 12/4/10 (6 for 319) 52.8 Rutgers vs. Howard, 9/23/06 (5 for 264) 52.7 West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 12/2/06 (3 for 158) West Virginia vs. Connecticut, 11/24/07 (3 for 158) SEASON (NET) 41.5 Cincinnati, 2008 (61 for 2,590) 40.8 Boston College, 1994 (58 for 2,369) 40.5 West Virginia, 2008 (62 for 2,651) 39.9 Syracuse, 1995 (40 for 1,594) 39.8 Pittsburgh, 2010 (46 for 1,913) 39.6 Cincinnati, 2007 (59 for 2,557) 39.4 Virginia Tech, 1997 (54 for 2,127) 39.4 Virginia Tech, 1998 (53 for 2,087) 39.2 Syracuse, 2006 (72 for 3,021) 39.1 Pittsburgh, 1999 (63 for 2,463)

PUNT RETURNS

GAME 226 209 199 168 164 SEASON 819 711 662 622 589

YARDS RETURNED USF vs. Tennessee-Martin, 8/30/08 (10 returns) USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/10/05 (9 returns) Miami vs. Boston College, 11/25/00 (6 returns) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 10/4/97 (6 returns) Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh, 10/22/94 (7 returns) Miami, 2000 (46 returns) Virginia Tech, 2000 (39 returns) Miami, 2002 (50 returns) Miami, 1991 (43 returns) Virginia Tech, 1994 (44 returns)

YARDS PER RETURN

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

GAME (Minimum 3 returns) 43.0 USF vs. Florida International, 9/9/06 (3 for 129) 41.3 Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 11/21/02 (3 for 124) 41.3 Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina, 9/7/00 (3 for 124) 38.7 Connecticut vs. Cincinnati, 11/7/09 (3 for 116) 38.0 Miami vs. Penn State, 10/12/91 (4 for 152) SEASON 18.2 Virginia Tech, 2000 (39 for 711) 17.8 Miami, 2000 (46 for 819) 17.0 Syracuse, 1995 (23 for 390) 15.6 Syracuse, 1997 (34 for 531) 15.6 West Virginia, 2005 (23 for 358) GAME 2 1 SEASON 5 4 3

Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh, 10/12/96 Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina, 9/7/00 Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse, 10/11/03 Boston College vs. West Virginia, 11/13/04 105 Times (Last By: Rutgers at USF, 11/3/10) Miami, 2000 Syracuse, 1996 Syracuse, 1997 Virginia Tech, 2000 Virginia Tech, 2003 Miami, 1991 Miami, 1995 Virginia Tech, 1998 Miami, 2001 Virginia Tech, 2002 Syracuse, 2003 Boston College, 2004 Rutgers, 2010

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KICKOFF RETURNS

GAME 11 10 SEASON 76 74 73 69 66

GAME 51.3 50.7 50.0 48.6 47.0 SEASON 28.9 28.5 27.0 26.5 26.3

GAME 1 SEASON 3 2

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Miami vs. Syracuse, 11/28/98 (273 yards) Rutgers at Cincinnati, 11/20/10 (226 yards) Temple vs. Boston College, 9/25/93 (130 yards) Rutgers vs. West Virginia, 11/4/95 (180 yards) Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse, 10/12/96 (203 yards) Rutgers vs. Notre Dame, 11/23/96 (166 yards) Rutgers vs. West Virginia, 11/3/01 (185 yards) Rutgers vs. Louisville, 11/11/05 (242 yards) Connecticut at West Virginia, 11/24/07 (138 yards) Temple, 1993 Rutgers, 1997 Syracuse, 2008 Syracuse, 2007 Pittsburgh, 1996

GAME 278 273 270 265 242 SEASON 1,709 1,608 1,588 1,540 1,487

SCORING

MOST RETURNS

YARDS RETURNED Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh, 12/5/09 (8 returns) Miami vs. Syracuse, 11/28/98 (11 returns) Connecticut vs. Oklahoma, 1/1/11 (9 returns) Cincinnati vs. Oklahoma, 9/6/08 (7 returns) Rutgers vs. Louisville, 11/11/05 (10 returns) Syracuse, 2007 (69 returns) Syracuse, 2008 (73 returns) Pittsburgh, 1996 (66 returns) Cincinnati, 2009 (54 returns) Connecticut, 2010 (55 returns)

YARDS PER RETURN (Minimum 3 returns) Miami vs. Temple, 11/2/96 (4 for 205) Syracuse vs. Florida, 9/21/91 (3 for 152) Connecticut vs. Akron, 9/29/07 (3 for 150) Miami vs. Syracuse, 11/30/96 (3 for 146) Connecticut at Rutgers, 10/8/10 (3 for 141) Miami, 1996 (23 for 665) Cincinnati, 2009 (54 for 1,540) Connecticut, 2010 (55 for 1,487) Syracuse, 1997 (31 for 823) Boston College, 2004 (38 for 998)

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 78 Times (Last By: Cincinnati vs. Vanderbilt, 12/31/11) Cincinnati, 2009 Connecticut, 2009 Rutgers, 2009 Connecticut, 2010 Syracuse, 1991 Temple, 1992 Syracuse, 1997 West Virginia, 1997 Syracuse, 1998 West Virginia, 2000 Rutgers, 2002 Pittsburgh, 2005 Connecticut, 2007 Cincinnati, 2008 USF, 2010 West Virginia, 2011

MOST POINTS

GAME 80 West Virginia vs. Rutgers (7), 11/3/01 77 Virginia Tech vs. Akron (27), 10/14/95 73 Louisville vs. Murray State (10), 8/30/07 72 Cincinnati vs. Austin Peay (10), 9/3/11 70 Syracuse vs. Rutgers (14), 9/19/98 Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/12/09 USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/11 West Virgina vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 69 Louisville vs. North Carolina (14), 10/8/05 Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (38), 11/20/10 HALF 59 (1st) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 (Final Score, 80-7) 56 (1st) Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State, 8/25/02 (63-7) 49 (1st) West Virginia vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 (70-33) (1st) USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/11 (70-17) (1st) Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/12/09 (70-3) (1st) Rutgers vs. Louisville, 12/4/08 (63-14) (1st) Louisville vs. Murray State, 8/30/07 (73-10) (1st) Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers, 10/9/99 (58-20) (1st) Miami vs. Rutgers, 10/14/95 (56-21) 47 (1st) Virginia Tech vs. Akron, 10/14/95 (77-27) 45 (2nd) West Virginia vs. Norfolk State, 9/10/11 (55-12) (1st) Rutgers vs. Norfolk State 9/15/07 (59-0) 42 (2nd) West Virginia vs. Connecticut, 11/24/07 (66-20) (1st) Louisville vs. Temple, 9/9/06 (62-0) (1st) West Virginia vs. East Carolina, 9/4/04 (56-23) (1st) Miami vs. Florida A&M, 8/31/02 (63-17) (1st) Syracuse vs. Rhode Island, 9/14/02 (63-17) (1st) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 11/10/01 (42-0) (2nd) Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 11/25/00 (49-21) (1st) Syracuse vs. Brigham Young, 9/30/00 (42-14) (1st) Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 9/19/98 (70-14) (1st) Pittsburgh vs. Kent, 9/5/92 (51-10) (1st) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 10/18/03 (42-32) QUARTER 42 (2nd) Rutgers vs. Norfolk State, 9/15/07 (Final Score, 59-0) 35 (2nd) West Virginia vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 (70-33) (2nd) Rutgers vs. Louisville, 12/4/08 (63-14) (1st) Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State, 8/25/02 (63-7) (2nd) Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers, 10/9/99 (58-20) (2nd) Miami vs. Rutgers, 10/14/95 (56-21) (3rd) Miami vs. San Diego State, 11/28/92 (63-17) 31 (2nd) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 (80-7) (2nd) Pittsburgh vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/9/95 (66-30) (2nd) Virginia Tech vs. Louisville, 10/26/91 (41-13) SEASON 527 Miami, 2002 521 Louisville, 2005 515 West Virginia, 2007 505 West Virginia, 2006 502 Cincinnati, 2009 491 Louisville, 2006 489 West Virginia, 2011 475 Miami, 2001 472 Cincinnati, 2007 469 Miami, 2000

43.4 43.2 42.6 42.5 41.4 40.5 40.3 39.6 38.8 38.6

POINTS PER GAME

Louisville, 2005 (521 in 12 games) Miami, 2001 (475 in 11 games) Miami, 2000 (469 in 11 games) Syracuse, 1998 (468 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 1999 (455 in 11 games) Miami, 2002 (527 in 13 games) Virginia Tech, 2000 (443 in 11 games) West Virginia, 2007 (515 in 13 games) West Virginia, 2006 (505 in 13 games) Cincinnati, 2009 (502 in 13 games)

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107 105 104 103 101 100 99 96

3 6 7 9 10 12 13 14

MOST POINTS - TWO TEAMS

GAME 5 4 SEASON 25 24 23 22

Cincinnati (69) vs. Rutgers (38), 11/20/10 Pittsburgh (53) vs. Temple (52), 10/5/96 Pittsburgh (55) vs. Rutgers (48), 10/25/97 West Virginia (70) vs. Clemson (33), 1/4/12 Miami (56) vs. Virginia Tech (45), 12/7/02 California (52) vs. Virginia Tech (49), 12/26/03 Louisville (58) vs. Middle Tennessee State (42), 9/15/07 Rutgers (50) vs. Virginia Tech (49), 10/31/92 Pittsburgh (66) vs. Eastern Michigan (30), 9/9/95 Syracuse (49) vs. North Carolina 47 (2ot), 9/6/03

FEWEST POINTS - TWO TEAMS

Oregon State (3) vs. Pittsburgh (0), 12/31/08 Maryland (6) vs. Temple (0), 9/2/99 NC State (7) vs. Virginia Tech (0), 9/7/91 Miami (6) vs. USF (3), 11/19/11 Cincinnati (7) vs. Western Carolina (3), 9/17/05 Pittsburgh (12) vs. Penn State (0), 9/16/00 Rutgers (7) vs. Richmond (6), 9/5/98 West Virginia (13) vs. Maryland (0), 9/28/96 West Virginia (13) vs. Syracuse (0), 11/24/94 NC State (14) vs. USF (0), 12/31/05 Virginia Tech (14) vs. Navy (0), 10/7/95 Boston College (7) vs. Rutgers (7), 10/22/94 Boston College (14) vs. Michigan State (0), 9/26/92

MOST POINTS SCORED - BIG EAST GAME

GAME 11 10 SEASON 70 69 68 66 65 63 62 61

MOST POINTS ALLOWED - BIG EAST GAME

MOST TOUCHDOWNS

Virginia Tech vs. Akron, 10/14/95 (8 rush, 2 pass, 1 blk. punt rec.) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 (7 rush, 2 pass, 1 fum. rec., 1 int. ret.) Rutgers vs. Colgate, 9/4/93 (3 rush, 5 pass, 1 int., 1 fum. ret.) Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 9/19/98 (8 rush, 2 pass) Louisville vs. Murray State, 8/30/07 (5 rush, 4 pass, 1 punt ret.) Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/12/09 (3 rush, 5 pass, 1 PR, 1 KOR) Cincinnati vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10 (6 rush, 4 pass) Cincinnati vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11 (6 rush, 4 pass) USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/11 (5 rush, 4 pass, 1 blocked punt return) West Virginia vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 (3 rush, 6 pass, 1 fumble return) Miami, 2002 (13 games) Louisville, 2005 (12 games) West Virginia, 2007 (13 games) Cincinnati, 2009 (13 games) West Virginia, 2006 (13 games) Cincinnati, 2007 (13 games) Miami, 2000 (11 games) West Virginia, 2011 (13 games) Syracuse, 1998 (11 games) Louisville, 2006 (13 games) Virginia Tech, 2003 (13 games) Virginia Tech, 2000 (11 games)

Connecticut, 2010 Boston College, 2002 Pittsburgh, 2009 Rutgers, 2007 Connecticut, 2011 Connecticut, 2008 Connecticut, 2007 Rutgers, 2006 Miami, 2003 Virginia Tech, 1998

GAME 7 6 SEASON 33 32 31

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Rutgers at Syracuse, 10/1/11 Rutgers vs. Illinois, 9/3/05 Rutgers vs. Michigan State, 9/4/04 USF at Auburn, 9/8/07 Virginia Tech vs. Miami, 9/23/95 Boston College, 2002 Virginia Tech, 1998 Rutgers, 2007 Connecticut, 2010 Pittsburgh, 2011 Rutgers, 2011

( By Each Team) 46 Cincinnati (22) vs. Louisville, 10/22/05 66 Connecticut (21) vs. West Virginia, 11/24/07 63 Louisville (14) vs. Rutgers, 12/4/08 63 Pittsburgh (21) vs. Virginia Tech, 9/11/93 80 Rutgers (7) at West Virginia, 11/3/01 62 Syracuse (0) at Virginia Tech, 9/16/99 49 USF (16) vs. Rutgers, 11/15/08 66 Temple (14) at Boston College, 9/25/93

Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame, 11/1/08 (5 att.) Miami vs. West Virginia, 10/2/03 (5 att.) Temple vs. Pittsburgh, 11/9/02 (5 att.) 35 Times (Last By: Connecticut at Cincinnati, 12/3/11)

( By Each Team) 69 Cincinnati vs. Rutgers (38), 11/20/10 46 Connecticut vs. Pittsburgh (44) 2ot, 11/11/06 56 Louisville vs. Rutgers (5), 11/11/05 55 Pittsburgh vs. Temple (24), 10/2/99 Pittsburgh at Rutgers (48), 10/25/97 62 Rutgers vs. Temple (0), 10/2/93 70 Syracuse vs. Rutgers (14), 9/19/98 55 USF vs. Louisville (17), 11/17/07 56 Temple vs. Rutgers (28), 10/30/99

FIELD GOALS MADE

GAME 11 10 SEASON 66 63 62

GAME 11 10 SEASON 70 67 65 63

PAT KICKS MADE West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 9/19/98 Louisville vs. Murray State, 8/30/07 Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/12/09 Cincinnati vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11 USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/11 West Virginia vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 West Virginia, 2007 Miami, 2002 Cincinnati, 2009 Louisville, 2005 West Virginia, 2006

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 Virginia Tech vs. Akron, 10/14/95 Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 9/19/98 Louisville vs. Murray State 8/30/07 Cincinnati vs. Southeast Missouri State, 9/12/09 Cincinnati vs. Rutgers, 11/20/10 Cincinnati vs. Austin Peay, 9/3/11 USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/17/11 West Virginia vs. Clemson, 1/4/12 Miami, 2002 West Virginia, 2007 Cincinnati, 2009 Louisville, 2005 West Virginia, 2011

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RUSHING DEFENSE

PASSING DEFENSE

GAME 12 14 SEASON 339 364 370 371 374 380 385 388 392

GAME 3 4 5 6 7 SEASON 232 251 253 253 255 255 265 266 268 279 279

GAME -36 -28 -27 -26 -25 -23 -17 -15 SEASON 677 788 835 851 1,007 1,028 1,065 1,092 1,097 1,118

61.6 71.6 75.9 77.4 85.7 86.5 91.5 93.3 95.2 95.3

GAME -1.20 -1.18 -0.97 -0.96 -0.93 -0.82 -0.81 -0.62 -0.58 SEASON 1.86 1.98 2.12 2.15 2.60 2.63 2.67 2.68 2.71 2.74

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FEWEST RUSHES ALLOWED

Louisville vs. Kansas State (30 yards) Temple vs. Howard, 9/28/91 (5 yards) Syracuse vs. East Carolina, 9/5/92 (37 yards) Syracuse, 1992 West Virginia, 1996 Louisville, 2008 Virginia Tech, 2001 Virginia Tech, 2000 Cincinnati, 2006 Virginia Tech, 1996 Virginia Tech, 1999 Miami, 2000 West Virginia, 1993

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED Pittsburgh vs. Temple, 10/27/01 Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State, 9/27/97 Boston College vs. Louisville, 10/12/91 Cincinnati vs. North Carolina State, 9/22/11 Rutgers vs. Texas Southern, 10/10/09 Rutgers vs. Cincinnati, 11/26/05 Miami vs. Florida A&M, 9/4/99 Syracuse vs. Florida, 9/21/91 Cincinnati at Syracuse, 11/24/07 Virginia Tech vs. Temple, 10/7/00 West Virginia, 1996 Virginia Tech, 2001 Virginia Tech, 1999 Virginia Tech, 1995 Syracuse, 1992 Connecticut, 2011 Miami, 1994 Virginia Tech, 2000 Pittsburgh, 2000 Syracuse, 1996 Miami, 1992

FEWEST YARDS PER GAME

West Virginia, 1996 (677 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 2001 (788 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 1999 (835 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 1995 (851 in 11 games) Connecticut, 2011 (1,028 in 12 games) West Virginia, 2010 (1,124 in 13 games) Syracuse, 1992 (1,007 in 11 games) West Virginia, 2006 (1,213 in 13 games) USF, 2008 (1,238 in 13 games) Cincinnati, 2011 (1,239 in 13 games)

FEWEST YARDS PER RUSH Pittsburgh vs. Temple, 10/27/01 (-36 on 30) Cincinnati vs. Noth Carolina State, 9/22/11 (-26 on 22) Virginia Tech vs. Arkansas State, 9/27/97 (-28 on 29) Rutgers vs. Texas Southern, 10/10/09 (-25 on 24) Boston College vs. Louisville, 10/12/91 (-27 on 29) Rutgers vs. Cincinnati, 11/26/05 (-23 on 28) Syracuse vs. Florida, 9/21/91 (-17 on 21) Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 9/23/00 (-13 on 21) Miami vs. Florida A&M, 9/4/99 (-17 on 29) West Virginia, 1996 (677 on 364) Virginia Tech, 1995 (851 on 429) Virginia Tech, 2001 (788 on 371) Virginia Tech, 1999 (835 on 388) Miami, 1994 (1,065 on 409) Pittsburgh, 2000 (1,097 on 417) Connecticut, 2011 (1,028 on 385) Virginia Tech, 1998 (1,124 on 420) Cincinnati, 2011 (1,239 on 457) West Virginia, 2010 (1,124 on 410)

Rutgers vs. Army, 10/12/96 (2 comp.) Rutgers vs. Army, 11/22/08 (2 comp.) Boston College vs. Army, 10/21/95 (2 comp.) Boston College vs. Army, 10/23/93 (3 comp.) Syracuse vs. Oklahoma, 9/6/97 (3 comp.) Miami vs. The Citadel, 9/7/96 (3 comp.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/8/94 (1 comp.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/5/91 (1 comp.) Boston College vs. Virginia Tech, 10/10/02 (4 comp.) Boston College vs. Army, 11/23/97 (2 comp.) Temple, 1991 West Virginia, 2001 Boston College, 1997 Rutgers, 1997 Temple, 1997 Temple, 1993 Rutgers, 1991 Rutgers, 1994 Miami, 1996 Connecticut, 2006 West Virginia, 1991

GAME 1 2 3 SEASON 121 122 126 129 131 132 134 138 138 139

FEWEST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED Rutgers vs. Army, 10/8/94 (6 att.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/5/91 (6 att.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/23/09 (9 att.) Rutgers vs. Army, 11/22/08 (4 att.) Miami vs. Virginia Tech, 11/1/03 (8 att.) Boston College vs. Army, 11/23/97 (7 att.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/12/96 (3 att.) Boston College vs. Army, 10/21/95 (4 att.) Syracuse vs. Temple, 11/21/98 (16 att.) Rutgers vs. Navy, 11/7/98 (8 att.) West Virginia vs. Temple, 10/10/98 (16 att.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/17/97 (8 att.) Syracuse vs. Oklahoma, 9/6/97 (6 att.) Miami vs. The Citadel, 9/7/96 (6 att.) Boston College vs. Army, 10/23/93 (5 att.) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/17/92 (8 att.) Boston College vs. Army, 10/26/91 (9 att.) Temple, 1991 West Virginia, 2001 Miami, 1996 Miami, 2001 Rutgers, 1991 Connecticut, 2005 Virginia Tech, 1998 Miami, 1993 Boston College, 2000 Syracuse, 1998

GAME 16.6 18.8 19.4 SEASON 44.5 45.1 45.4 45.5 45.9 46.2 46.2 46.6 46.7 47.0

FEWEST PASSES ALLOWED

LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Rutgers vs. Army, 10/8/94 (1 of 6) Rutgers vs. Army, 10/5/91 (1 of 6) Syracuse vs. Temple, 11/21/98 (3 of 16) West Virginia vs. Temple, 10/10/98 (3 of 16) Pittsburgh vs. Connecticut, 12/6/08 (6 of 31) Miami, 2001 (129 of 290) West Virginia, 1996 (157 of 348) Syracuse, 2000 (148 of 326) Virginia Tech, 2001 (161 of 354) Syracuse, 1998 (139 of 303) Miami, 2002 (163 of 353) Virginia Tech, 1998 (134 of 290) Connecticut, 2005 (132 of 283) Virginia Tech, 1995 (165 of 353) Miami, 1996 (126 of 268)

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GAME 2 8 16 19 21 21 25 25 27 28 SEASON 1,365 1,504 1,517 1,520 1,556 1,591 1,631 1,681 1,682 1,715

SEASON 5 6 7 8

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED Rutgers vs. Army, 10/8/94 Temple vs. Army, 9/24/94 Rutgers vs. Army, 10/23/09 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 Miami vs. Temple, 10/18/03 Boston College vs. Army, 10/23/93 Rutgers vs. Army, 10/17/97 Miami vs. The Citadel, 9/7/96 West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 11/3/01 Rutgers vs. Navy, 11/7/98 Miami, 1994 West Virginia, 2001 Miami, 1993 Miami, 2001 Miami, 2002 Miami, 1996 Miami, 1995 Pittsburgh, 2005 Boston College, 1992 West Virginia, 1996

FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED Miami, 2001 Miami, 1994 Miami, 1993 West Virginia, 2001 Miami, 1991 Rutgers, 2011 Rutgers, 2006 Miami 2002 Pittsburgh, 2002 Virginia Tech, 2001 Miami, 1999 Syracuse, 1997

INTERCEPTIONS

GAME 6 5 SEASON 27 26 24 23 22 21

Miami, 2001 Cincinnati, 2007 Virginia Tech, 2002 Syracuse, 1992 Connecticut, 2007 USF, 2007 Virginia Tech, 2000 Miami, 2000 Virginia Tech, 1998 USF, 2007 West Virginia, 2003

GAME 175 173 169 163 152 149 147 128 128 120 SEASON 539 486 475 422 415 409 406 404 382 374

SEASON 6 5 4

Cincinnati vs. Oregon State, 9/6/07 (110 yards) Miami vs. Washington, 11/24/01 (78 yards) Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers, 11/21/98 (169 yards) Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers, 10/31/92 (31 yards) USF vs. Syracuse, 10/3/09 (69 yards) Pittsburgh vs. Connecticut, 12/6/08 (116 yards) Boston College vs. Colorado State, 12/31/03 (82 yards) Pittsburgh vs. Ohio, 8/31/02 (57 yards) Syracuse vs. Tulane, 10/2/99 (120 yards) Rutgers vs. Villanova, 8/31/96 (128 yards) Miami vs. Memphis State, 11/27/93 (79 yards) Syracuse vs. Temple, 10/24/92 (36 yards)

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS West Virginia vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/29/94 (4 int.) Connecticut vs. Army, 10/1/05 (4 int.) Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers, 11/21/98 (6 int.) Miami vs. Rutgers, 11/15/97 (3 int.) Virginia Tech vs. Miami, 12/7/02 (2 int.) Connecticut vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 (4 int.) West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 10/4/97 (2 int.) Virginia Tech vs. Miami, 11/1/03 (3 int.) Rutgers vs. Villanova, 8/31/96 (5 int.) Syracuse vs. Tulane, 10/2/99 (5 int.) Miami, 2001 (27 int.) Connecticut, 2010 (20 int.) Virginia Tech, 1998 (23 int.) Cincinnati, 2007 (26 int.) Miami, 2000 (23 int.) Virginia Tech, 2002 (24 int.) USF, 2007 (22 int.) Virginia Tech, 2003 (15 int.) Connecticut, 2007 (23 int.) West Virginia (19 int.)

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS Miami, 2000 West Virginia, 2000 Miami, 2001 Connecticut, 2007 USF, 2007 Connecticut, 2010 Miami, 1992 Virginia Tech, 1995 Virginia Tech, 1998 Miami, 2003 Virginia Tech, 2003 Pittsburgh, 2004 Pittsburgh, 2006 Cincinnati, 2007 Connecticut, 2008 Rutgers, 2009

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TOTAL DEFENSE

GAME 38 41 43 44 46 47 48 SEASON 683 691 697 702 704 705 705 710 711 712 712

GAME 54 62 63 64 65 68 75 80 85 86 SEASON 2,392 2,430 2,617 2,720 2,814 2,875 2,927 2,979 2,980 3,046

217.5 220.9 237.9 247.3 252.2 255.8 257.5 261.4 261.1 266.1

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FEWEST PLAYS

Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech, 11/14/98 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 Temple vs. Navy, 9/2/00 Connecticut vs. Liberty, 9/10/05 USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/10/05 USF vs. Pittsburgh, 11/4/06 Rutgers vs. Duke, 9/14/91 Syracuse vs. West Virginia, 10/17/92 Syracuse vs. Pittsburgh, 10/8/94 Boston College vs. Rutgers, 10/22/94 Syracuse vs. Texas, 9/18/93 Miami vs. The Citadel, 9/7/96 Connecticut vs. Buffalo, 9/1/05 Rutgers vs. Norfolk State, 9/2/10 Boston College, 1992 Virginia Tech, 1997 Boston College, 1994 Miami, 1994 Syracuse, 1992 Miami, 1996 Virginia Tech, 1995 Virginia Tech, 1998 Syracuse, 1998 West Virginia, 1996 Temple, 1991

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED Miami vs. Georgia Southern, 9/3/94 West Virginia vs. Maryland, 9/28/96 Virginia Tech vs. UAB, 9/11/99 Miami vs. Rutgers, 11/20/99 Virginia Tech vs. UAB, 11/1/97 Miami vs. Florida A&M, 9/4/99 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 10/9/97 USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/10/05 Miami vs. Long Beach State, 10/19/91 West Virginia, 1996 Miami, 1994 Virginia Tech, 2001 Virginia Tech, 1999 Miami, 1993 Syracuse, 1996 Boston College, 1994 Miami, 1992 Miami, 2001 Miami, 1996

FEWEST YARDS PER GAME

West Virginia, 1996 (2,392 in 11 games) Miami, 1994 (2,430 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 2001 (2,617 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 1999 (2,720 in 11 games) Rutgers, 2006 (3,279 in 13 games) Miami, 1993 (2,814 in 11 games) Miami, 2003 (3,348 in 13 games) Syracuse, 1996 (2,875 in 11 games) West Virginia, 2010 (3,394 in 13 games) Boston College, 1994 (2,927 in 11 games)

GAME 4 5 6 SEASON 146 153 156 158 164 166 168 169 172

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED USF vs. Florida A&M, 9/10/05 Connecticut vs. Rhode Island, 9/26/09 Connecticut vs. Buffalo, 11/20/04 Miami vs. Rutgers, 11/20/99 Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 10/9/97 West Virginia vs. Maryland, 9/28/96 Miami vs. Georgia Southern, 9/3/94 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 USF vs. Tennessee-Martin, 8/30/08 Rutgers at Army, 11/9/07 Rutgers vs. Kansas State, 12/28/06 Connecticut vs. Buffalo, 9/1/05 Syracuse vs. Buffalo, 9/10/05 Miami vs. Temple, 10/18/03 Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse, 10/11/03 West Virginia vs. Rutgers, 10/12/02 Miami vs. Florida A&M, 9/4/99 Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech, 11/14/98 West Virginia, 1996 (82 pass, 45 rush, 19 pen.) Miami, 1994 (78 pass, 66 rush, 19 pen.) Virginia Tech, 2001 (81 pass, 53 rush, 22 pen.) Virginia Tech, 1999 (77 pass, 69 rush, 12 pen.) Virginia Tech, 1998 (76 pass, 70 rush, 18 pen.) Syracuse, 1996 (84 pass, 67 rush, 13 pen.) Miami, 1993 (75 pass, 71 rush, 18 pen.) Rutgers, 2006 (79 pass, 75 rush, 12 pen.) Miami, 1996 (79 pass, 72 rush, 17 pen.) Syracuse, 2000 (84 pass, 69 rush, 16 pen.) Connecticut, 2005 (71 pass, 89 rush, 12 pen.) Virginia Tech, 1997 (90 pass, 71 rush, 11 pen.)

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING ALLOWED

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS PASSING ALLOWED

GAME 0 Syracuse vs. Akron, 10/24/09 Connecticut vs. Buffalo, 1/3/09 Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers, 9/21/02 West Virginia vs. Western Michigan, 9/7/96 Miami vs. Virginia Tech, 10/29/94 Rutgers vs. Pittsburgh, 9/30/05 Rutgers vs. Norfolk State, 9/2/10 1 33 Times (Last By: Cincinnati vs. North Carolina State, 9/22/11) SEASON 45 West Virginia, 1996 53 Virginia Tech, 2001 54 Syracuse, 1992 64 Virginia Tech, 1995 65 West Virginia, 2010 GAME 0 1 SEASON 67 70 70 71 74

Rutgers vs. Army, 11/22/08 Rutgers vs. Syracuse, 11/8/08 Miami vs. Temple, 10/18/03 Temple vs. Army, 9/24/94 Boston College vs. Northwestern, 9/12/92 25 Times (Last By: Rutgers vs. Army, 10/23/09) Pittsburgh, 2005 Miami, 2003 West Virginia, 2001 Connecticut, 2005 Miami, 2001

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FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED

SEASON 100 103 116 119 126 136 138 142 147 155

Miami, 1991 Miami, 2001 Virginia Tech, 1999 Miami, 1994 Miami, 1992 West Virginia, 1996 Miami, 1993 Virginia Tech, 1998 Virginia Tech, 2001 Virginia Tech, 1995

SEASON 9.1 9.4 10.6 10.8 11.5 12.4 12.6 12.9 13.4 13.5

Miami, 1991 (100 in 11 games) Miami, 2001 (103 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 1999 (116 in 11 games) Miami, 1994 (119 in 11 games) Miami, 1992 (126 in 11 games) West Virginia, 1996 (136 in 11 games) Miami, 1993 (138 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 1998 (142 in 11 games) Virginia Tech, 2001 (147 in 11 games) West Virginia, 2010 (176 in 13 games)

SEASON 4 3

Virginia Tech, 2001 Miami, 2001 Virginia Tech, 1998 Boston College, 1992

GAME 12 11 10 9 SEASON 58 52 47 46 45 44

Virginia Tech, 1998 Pittsburgh, 2008 Rutgers, 2010 Rutgers, 2011 Virginia Tech, 1995 Virginia Tech, 2000

GAME 18

MOST PENALTIES

Miami vs. Boston College, 11/23/91 Miami vs. Virginia Tech, 10/24/92 Rutgers vs. Navy, 10/20/01 USF vs. Cincinnati, 11/19/05

MOST PENALTY YARDS

OPPONENT PENALTIES

OPPONENT PENALTY YARDS

PENALTIES - TWO TEAMS

GAME 163 Rutgers vs. Penn State, 10/19/91

GAME 18 Boston College vs. Miami, 11/23/91 Virginia Tech vs. Miami, 10/24/92 Cincinnati vs. USF, 11/19/05

MOST SHUTOUTS

GAME 174 West Virginia vs. Florida State, 1/1/05

MOST SHUTOUTS - CONFERENCE GAMES

SEASON 3 Virginia Tech, 2001 Miami, 2001 2 Miami, 1992

BLOCKED KICKS

PENALTIES

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME

SEASON 12 10 9 8

SACKS

West Virginia vs. Idaho, 10/7/00 (64 yards) Cincinnati at Syracuse, 11/24/07 (89 yards) Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio), 10/3/09 (63 yards) West Virginia vs. Boston College, 10/5/96 (86 yards) West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 11/25/11 (51 yards) Syracuse vs. Rutgers, 10/26/91 Miami vs. Syracuse, 11/21/92 (57 yards) Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 11/6/93 (56 yards) West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh, 8/31/96 (61 yards) Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh, 9/26/98 (64 yards) Virginia Tech vs. Pittsburgh, 10/30/99 (60 yards) Miami vs. Rutgers, 11/20/99 (59 yards) Syracuse vs. Virginia Tech, 10/21/00 (65 yards) Pittsburgh vs. Temple, 10/27/01 (63 yards) Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 11/29/03 (54 yards) Rutgers vs. Cincinnati, 11/26/05 (76 yards) Louisville at Rutgers, 11/26/10 (55 yards) Rutgers vs. North Carolina Central, 9/1/11 (48 yards)

GAME 32 31 29 28

Temple (13) vs. Toledo (19), 9/8/01 Rutgers (16) vs. Penn State (15), 10/19/91 Miami (17) vs. Houston (14), 9/12/91 Miami (13) vs. Florida (16), 9/6/03 Miami (17) vs. West Virginia (11), 10/22/94 West Virginia (11) vs. Florida State (17), 1/1/05

PENALTY YARDS - TWO TEAMS

GAME 314 Rutgers (163) vs. Penn State (151), 10/19/91 Miami (158) vs. Houston (156), 9/12/91

Virginia Tech, 1999 (449 yards) West Virginia, 1996 (352 yards) Boston College, 1994 (333 yards) Miami, 2002 (292 yards) Rutgers, 2005 (343 yards) Pittsburgh, 2009 (336 yards) Cincinnati, 2011 (32 yards) Virginia Tech, 1998 (328 yards) West Virginia, 2010 (260 yards) Virginia Tech, 1995 (338 yards) Louisville, 2005 (343 yards) Louisville, 2006 (280 yards)

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ANNUAL LEADERS 

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School GP David Walker, Syracuse, Jr. 11 Chuckie Dukes, Boston College, Sr. 11 Terrell Willis, Rutgers, Fr. 11 Billy West, Pittsburgh, So. 11 Danyell Ferguson, Miami, Jr. 11 Omari Walker, Boston College, Jr. 12 Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, So. 10 Mike Cloud, Boston College, Sr. 11 Avon Cobourne, West Virginia, Fr. 10 Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, So. 11 William Green, Boston College, Jr. 10 Willis McGahee, Miami, So. 13 Derrick Knight, Boston College, Sr. 13 Cornell Brockington, Connecticut, So. 12 Andre Hall, USF, Sr. 12 Ray Rice, Rutgers, So. 13 Ray Rice, Rutgers, Jr. 13 13 Donald Brown, Connecticut, Jr. Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, Fr. 13 Jordan Todman, Connecticut, Jr. 12 Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati 13

PASSING EFFICIENCY

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Gino Torretta, Miami, Jr. Marvin Graves, Syracuse, Jr. Maurice DeShazo, Virginia Tech, Jr. Kevin Mason, Syracuse, Sr. Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, Fr. Ryan Clement, Miami, Jr. Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, Jr. Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, Sr. Michael Vick, Virginia Tech, Fr. Ken Dorsey, Miami, So. Ken Dorsey, Miami, Jr. Ken Dorsey, Miami, Sr. Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, Sr. Rasheed Marshall, West Virginia, Sr. Brian Brohm, Louisville, So. Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, Sr. Brian Brohm, Louisville, Sr. Mike Teel, Rutgers, Sr. Bill Stull, Pittsburgh, Sr. Geno Smith, West Virginia, So. Geno Smith, West Virginia, Jr.

PASSING YARDS PER GAME

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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Player, School Gino Torretta, Miami, Jr. Gino Torretta, Miami, Sr. Glenn Foley, Boston College, Sr. Henry Burris, Temple, So. Ray Lucas, Rutgers, Sr. Ryan Clement, Miami, Jr. Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh, Sr. Marc Bulger, West Virginia, Jr. Kenny Kelly, Miami, So. Ken Dorsey, Miami, So. Ken Dorsey, Miami, Jr. Ken Dorsey, Miami, Sr. Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, Sr. Ryan Hart, Rutgers, Jr. Brian Brohm, Louisville, So. Brian Brohm, Louisville, Jr. Brian Brohm, Louisville, Sr. Mike Teel, Rutgers, Sr. Tony Pike, Cincinnati, Sr. Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, Jr. Geno Smith, West Virginia, Jr.

Att. 169 238 195 252 212 261 264 308 224 222 265 282 321 238 270 335 380 367 325 334 237

Yards 969 1387 1292 1358 1069 1199 1505 1726 1139 1207 1559 1753 1721 1218 1,374 1,794 2,012 2,083 1,799 1,695 1,259

TD 7 10 13 6 12 13 16 14 10 27 15 28 11 11 13 20 24 18 17 14 12

YPG 88.1 (35) 126.1 (4) 114.6 (10) 123.5 (9) 97.2 (36) 99.9 (33) 150.5 (3) 156.9 (3) 113.9 (16) 109.7 (18) 155.9 (2) 134.8 (4) 132.4 (4) 101.5 (22) 114.5 (12) 138.0 (3) 154.8 (15) 160.2 (1) 138.4 (3) 141.2 (2) 96.8 (27)

GP 11 11 11 11 11 10 12 11 10 11 11 13 13 12 10 12 12 13 13 13 13

Att. 371 242 230 187 207 246 265 251 152 322 318 393 413 242 301 322 473 396 321 372 526

Cmp. 205 146 129 105 128 148 145 157 90 188 184 222 247 144 207 220 308 243 209 241 346

Pct. 55.3 60.3 56.1 56.1 61.8 60.2 54.7 62.5 59.2 58.4 57.9 56.5 59.8 59.5 68.8 68.3 65.1 61.3 65.1 64.8 65.8

Int. 8 12 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 9 12 14 9 5 9 12 13 8 7 9

Yards 3095 2296 2080 1627 1991 1983 2488 2134 1840 2737 2652 3369 3679 1886 2,883 2,871 4,024 3,418 2,633 2,763 4,385

TD 20 14 22 10 16 18 20 22 12 25 23 28 37 19 19 25 30 25 21 24 31

Rating 138.80 (18) 149.20 (2) 157.53 (5) 139.40 (19) 162.34 (3) 147.14 (9) 154.0 (7) 158.9 (7) 180.4 (1) 152.3 (5) 146.1 (19) 145.9 (8) 157.4 (8) 143.4 (17) 166.7 (2) 163.2 (4) 152.43 (8) 148.13 (18) 150.61 (10) 144.70 (27) 152.59 (17)

GP 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 9 11 11 13 13 11 10 11 12 13 10 11 13

Att. 371 402 363 410 347 246 345 369 259 322 318 393 413 453 301 313 473 396 338 383 526

Cmp. 205 228 222 215 188 148 198 240 141 188 184 222 247 295 207 199 308 243 211 225 346

Int. 8 7 10 12 11 6 7 8 14 5 9 12 14 19 5 5 12 13 6 14 9

Pct. 55.3 56.7 61.2 52.4 54.2 60.2 57.4 65.0 54.4 58.4 57.9 56.5 59.8 65.1 68.8 63.6 65.1 61.3 62.4 58.7 65.8

Yds. 3095 3060 3397 2706 2180 1983 2657 3178 1913 2737 2652 3369 3679 3154 2,883 3,049 4,024 3,418 2,520 2,902 4,385

TD 20 19 25 21 16 18 30 27 15 25 23 28 37 17 19 16 30 25 29 26 31

Avg./G 281.4 278.2 308.8 246.0 198.2 198.3 241.5 288.9 212.6 248.8 241.1 259.2 283.0 286.7 288.3 (11) 277.2 (8) 335.3 (10) 262.9 (37) 252.0 (23) 263.8 (20) 337.3 (5)

Jordan Todman, Connecticut

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Tony Pike, Cincinnati


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RECEPTIONS PER GAME

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Jim Guarantano, Rutgers, Jr. Jim Guarantano, Rutgers, Sr. Pete Mitchell, Boston College, Jr. Marco Battaglia, Rutgers, Jr. Marco Battaglia, Rutgers, Sr. David Saunders, West Virginia, So. Shawn Foreman, West Virginia, Jr. David Saunders, West Virginia, Sr. Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, Jr. Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, So. Sean Dillard, Temple, Jr. Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, Fr. Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, So. Tres Moses, Rutgers, Sr. Joshua Tinch, Louisville, Sr. Harry Douglas, Louisville, Jr. Harry Douglas, Louisville, Sr. Kenny Britt, Rutgers, Jr. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, Sr. Armon Binns, Cincinnati, Sr. Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, Jr.

RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Jim Guarantano, Rutgers, Jr. Dietrich Jells, Pittsburgh, So. Shelby Hill, Syracuse, Sr. Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, Jr. Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, Sr. David Saunders, West Virginia, So. Terry Murphy, Pittsburgh, Jr. Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, So. Latef Grim, Pittsburgh, Jr. Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, So. R. J. English, Pittsburgh, Sr. Andre Johnson, Miami, Jr. Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, So. Greg Lee, Pittsburgh, So. Greg Lee, Pittsburgh, Jr. Harry Douglas, Louisville, Jr. Harry Douglas, Louisville, Sr. Kenny Britt, Rutgers, Jr. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, Sr. Armon Binns, Cincinnati, Sr. Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, So.

TOTAL OFFENSE

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Gino Torretta, Miami, Jr. Gino Torretta, Miami, Sr. Glenn Foley, Boston College, Sr. Henry Burris, Temple, So. Ray Lucas, Rutgers, Sr. Jim Druckenmiller, Virginia Tech, Sr. Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh, Sr. Marc Bulger, West Virginia, Jr. Michael Vick, Virginia Tech, Fr. Ken Dorsey, Miami, So. Ken Dorsey, Miami, Jr. Ken Dorsey, Miami, Sr. Rod Rutherford, Pittsburgh, Sr. Walter Washington, Temple, Jr. Brian Brohm, Louisville, So. Brian Brohm, Louisville, Jr. Brian Brohm, Louisville, Sr. Matt Grothe, USF, Jr. Tony Pike, Cincinnati, Sr. Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, Jr. Geno Smith, West Virginia, Jr.

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 13 13 11 12 13 10 12 13 12 13

Rec. 62 56 66 58 69 67 65 69 75 68 51 69 92 81 67 70 71 87 87 75 115

Yards 740 755 818 779 894 913 818 788 1106 1302 747 1005 1672 1056 855 1,265 1,159 1,371 1,191 1,101 1,206

TD 2 6 7 4 10 4 5 6 4 11 3 12 22 5 4 6 7 7 11 10 7

RPG 5.6 (12t) 5.1 (24t) 6.0 (15) 5.3 (18t) 6.3 (10t) 6.1 (17) 5.9 (17) 6.3 (17) 6.8 (15) 6.8 (8) 4.6 (66) 5.3 (37) 7.1 (8) 7.36 (8) 5.58 (t-39) 5.38 (27) 7.1 (12) 7.2 (12) 6.7 (18) 6.2 (20) 8.8 (5)

GP 11 12 11 10 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 12 13 12 11 13 10 12 13 12 13

Rec. 62 55 56 36 56 67 46 60 75 68 41 52 92 68 49 70 71 87 87 75 72

Yards 740 1091 937 761 1131 913 873 906 1106 1302 760 1092 1672 1297 962 1,265 1,159 1,371 1,191 1,101 1,279

TD 2 8 4 5 8 4 13 9 4 11 6 9 22 10 7 6 7 7 11 10 12

YPG 67.3 90.9 85.2 (18) 76.1 102.8 (8) 83.0 (21) 79.4 (33) 90.6 (25) 100.5 (11) 130.2 (1) 69.1 (57) 91.0 (22) 128.6 (1) 108.1 (6) 87.5 (28) 97.3 (7) 115.9 (3) 114.2 (2) 91.6 (14) 91.8 (14) 98.4 (13)

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 13 13 11 10 11 12 13 10 11 13

Rush 60 -24 -44 -139 276 205 169 -87 580 -23 330 -39 150 889 -36 45 -46 591 6 202 -33

Pass 3,095 3,060 3,397 2,706 2,180 2,071 2,657 3,178 1,840 2,737 2,652 3,369 3,679 2,207 2,883 3,049 4,024 2,911 2,520 2,902 4,385

Tot. YPG 3,155 286.8 (5) 3,036 276.0 (5) 3,353 304.8 (8) 2,567 233.4 (15) 2,456 223.3 (28) 2,276 206.9 (35) 2,826 256.9 (20) 3,091 281.0 (15) 2,420 242.0 (27) 2,714 246.7 (19) 2,655 241.4 (31) 3,330 256.2 (20) 3,829 294.5 (10) 3,096 281.5 (11) 2,847 284.7 (17) 3,094 281.3 (9) 3,978 331.5 (5) 3,502 269.4 (21) 2,526 252.6 (29) 3,104 282.2 (30) 4,352 334.8 (8)

Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati

Kenny Britt, Rutgers

Matt Grothe, USF

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ANNUAL LEADERS 

SCORING

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School GP Carlos Huerta, Miami, Sr. 11 John Biskup, Syracuse, Sr. 11 Darnell Campbell, Boston College, Sr. 11 James Stewart, Miami, Jr. 9 Danyell Ferguson, Miami, Jr. 11 Ken Oxendine, Virginia Tech, Jr. 9 Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, So. 10 Edgerrin James, Miami, Jr. 11 Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech, Sr. 11 Lee Suggs, Virginia Tech, So. 11 Todd Sievers, Miami, Jr. 11 Willis McGahee, Miami, So. 13 Walter Reyes, Syracuse, Jr. 12 Walter Washington, Temple, Jr. 11 Michael Bush, Louisville, Jr. 10 Art Carmody, Louisville, Jr. 13 Ray Rice, Rutgers, Jr. 13 LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, So. 13 Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, Jr. 13 Dave Teggart, Connecticut, Jr. 13 Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia, Jr. 13

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Qadry Ismail, Syracuse, Jr. Chuckie Dukes, Boston College, Sr. Terrell Willis, Rutgers, Fr. Terrell Willis, Rutgers, So. Terrell Willis, Rutgers, Jr. Omari Walker, Boston College, Jr. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, So. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia, Jr. Shyrone Stith, Virginia Tech, Jr. Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh, So. William Green, Boston College, Jr. Willis McGahee, Miami, So. Derrick Knight, Boston College, Sr. Brian Leonard, Rutgers, Jr. Andre Hall, USF, Sr. Steve Slaton, West Virginia, So. Ray Rice, Rutgers, Jr. Donald Brown, Connecticut, Jr. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, Sr. D.J. Woods, Cincinnati, Jr. Tavon Austin, West Virginia, Jr.

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

PUNTING

GP 11 11 11 11 11 12 10 10 11 10 10 13 13 10 12 13 13 13 13 12 13

TD 0 0 21 12 13 13 16 19 0 28 0 28 21 15 24 0 25 21 0 0 0

PAT 37 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 56 0 56 0 2 2 0 60 0 0 46 36 16

FG 17 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 21 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 23 25 61

Pts. 88 81 126 72 78 78 96 114 107 168 119 168 128 92 144 123 150 126 115 111 109

PPG 8.00 (13t) 7.36 (23t) 11.45 (3) 8.00 (13t) 7.09 (49t) 8.67 (23) 9.60 (15) 10.36 (6) 9.7 (7) 15.3 (1) 10.8 (4) 12.9 (2) 10.7 (3) 8.4 (21) 14.4 (1) 9.5 (4) 11.5 (3) 9.7 (3) 8.8 (17) 8.5 (23) 8.4 (28)

Rush 216 1387 1261 1080 773 1199 1505 1430 1119 0 1559 1753 1721 732 1374 1,744 2,012 2,083 16 87 182

Rec. 693 194 61 71 31 187 76 175 48 1302 260 355 227 518 321 360 239 125 1,191 898 1,186

PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 181 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 202 146 268

KOR 475 225 704 546 813 0 0 168 387 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 728 938

Yards 1384 1806 2026 1697 1617 1386 1581 1773 1554 1483 1819 2108 1948 1250 1695 2,104 2,251 2,208 2,690 1,859 2,574

Year Player, School GP Att. Yards Avg. 1991 Pat O’Neill, Syracuse, So. 11 45 1889 42.0 (13) 1992 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, So. 11 53 2348 44.3 (7) 1993 Pat O’Neill, Syracuse, Sr. 11 44 1950 44.3 (5) 1994 Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, Sr. 12 72 3486 48.4 (1) 1995 Sean Reali, Syracuse, Jr. 10 40 1725 43.1 (12) 1996 Sean Reali, Syracuse, Sr. 11 39 1734 44.5 * 1997 Jimmy Kibble, Virginia Tech, So. 11 50 2255 45.1 (10) 1998 Jason Malecki, Boston College, Sr. 11 50 2107 42.1 (27) 1999 Mark Fazzolari, West Virginia, Fr. 10 51 2116 41.5 (45) 2000 Freddie Capshaw, Miami, So. 11 49 2119 43.2 (12) 2001 Kevin McMyler, Boston College, Jr. 11 59 2547 43.2 (23) 2002 Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, Jr. 13 73 3147 43.1 (13) 2003 Andy Lee, Pittsburgh, Sr. 13 77 3399 44.1 (12) 2004 Adam Graessle, Pittsburgh, So. 12 60 2600 43.3 (13) 2005 Brendan Carney, Syracuse, Jr. 11 82 3491 42.6 (24) 2006 Joe Radigan, Rutgers, Sr. 13 56 2,467 44.1 (11) 2007 Kevin Huber, Cincinnati, Jr. 13 13 2,672 46.9 (1) 2008 Kevin Huber, Cincinnati, Sr. 14 60 2,697 45.0 (7) 2009 Scott Kozlowski, West Virginia, Sr. 13 64 2,844 44.4 (9) 2010 Dan Hutchins, Pittsburgh, Sr. 13 45 2,014 44.8 * 2011 Pat O’Donnel, Cincinnati, So. 13 63 2,760 43.8 (17) * did not have enough attempts to qualify for NCAA national leaders

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YPG 125.8 (21) 164.2 (7) 184.2 (2) 154.3 (10) 147.0 (22) 115.5 158.1 (13) 177.3 (6) 141.3 (23) 148.3 (17) 181.9 (5) 162.2 (8) 149.8 (12) 125.0 (40) 141.2 (21) 161.8 (2) 173.2 (15) 169.8 (6) 206.9 (2) 154.9 (14) 198.0 (1)

PUNT RETURNS

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh

Donald Brown, Connecticut

Player, School Bo Campbell, Virginia Tech, Jr. Marshall Roberts, Rutgers, Sr. Jammi German, Miami, Fr. Antonio Freeman, Virginia Tech, Sr. Marvin Harrison, Syracuse, Sr. Mike Logan, West Virginia, Sr. Quinton Spotwood, Syracuse, So. Nick Ward, Miami, Jr. Hank Poteat, Pittsburgh, Sr. Andre Davis, Virginia Tech, Jr. Phillip Buchanon, Miami, Jr. DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, So. DeAngelo Hall, Virginia Tech, Jr. Larry Taylor, Connecticut, Fr. Darrelle Revis, Pittsburgh, So. Ean Randolph, USF, Sr. Vaughn Rivers, West Virginia, Sr. T.J. Porter, Pittsburgh, Jr. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, Sr. Doug Beaumont, Louisville, Sr. Tavon Austin, West Virginia, Jr.

2012 BIG EAST Football

No. Yards 273 15 21 224 13 129 39 467 369 22 247 20 31 463 13 133 11 307 396 18 464 31 13 352 13 487 24 351 28 324 25 370 41 479 16 184 16 202 213 14 268 19

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

Avg. 18.2 (1) 10.7 (30) 9.9 (22) 12.0 (6) 16.8 (3) 12.4 (19) 14.9 (7) 10.2 16.2 (7) 22.0 (2) 15.0 (7) 16.0 (7) 14.8 (5) 14.6 (17) 11.57 (20) 14.8 (4) 11.7 (19) 11.5 (24) 12.6 (17) 15.2 (8) 14.1 (6)


ANNUAL LEADERS 

KICKOFF RETURNS

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Gary Melton, Rutgers, Sr. Lew Lawhorn, Temple, So. Terrell Willis, Rutgers, Fr. Bryan Still, Virginia Tech, Jr. Jim Turner, Syracuse, So. Tremain Mack, Miami, Jr. Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, Jr. Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, Sr. William Green, Boston College, Fr. Shawn Terry, West Virginia, Jr. Makonnen Fenton, Temple, So. Nate Jones, Rutgers, Jr. Mike Imoh, Virginia Tech, So. Larry Taylor, Connecticut, Fr. Chad Simpson, USF, Fr. Lowell Robinson, Pittsburgh, Jr. Tyvon Branch, Connecticut, Sr. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, Jr. Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati, Sr. Nick Williams, Connecticut, So. Jeremy Deering, Rutgers, So.

No. Yards 17 435 20 600 30 704 19 493 17 411 13 514 14 514 23 690 10 342 27 720 20 522 12 736 12 549 12 376 16 404 26 725 27 780 36 994 42 1,281 17 600 17 530

INTERCEPTIONS

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School GP Steve Israel, Pittsburgh, Sr. 11 Tyronne Drakeford, Virginia Tech, Jr. 11 David Mayfield, West Virginia, Jr. 11 Dexter Seigler, Miami, Sr. 11 Aaron Beasley, West Virginia, Jr. 12 Kevin Abrams, Syracuse, Jr. 10 Mike Logan, West Virginia, Sr. 11 Donovin Darius, Syracuse, Sr. 12 Hank Poteat, Pittsburgh, Jr. 10 Kevin Harvey, Temple, Sr. 10 Edward Reed, Miami, Jr. 11 Edward Reed, Miami, Sr. 11 Garnell Wilds, Virginia Tech, Jr. 14 Sean Taylor, Miami, Jr. 12 Ray Henderson, Boston College, Jr. 12 Anthony Smith, Syracuse, Sr. 11 Trae Williams, USF, Jr. 13 DeAngelo Smith, Cincinnati, Jr. 13 Woodny Turenne, Louisville, Sr. 10 Robert Vaughn, Connecticut, Sr. 13 Robert Sands, West Virginia, So. 13 Keith Tandy, West Virginia, Jr. 13 Phillip Thomas, Syracuse, Jr. 10

TACKLES

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Tom McManus, Boston College, Jr. Tom McManus, Boston College, Sr. Stephen Boyd, Boston College, Jr. Ray Lewis, Miami, So. Ray Lewis, Miami, Jr. Alshermond Singleton, Temple, Sr. Brian Sheridan, Rutgers, Sr. Dan Morgan, Miami, So. Keith Bulluck, Syracuse, Sr. Dan Morgan, Miami, Sr. Rick Sherrod, West Virginia, Sr. Clifton Smith, Syracuse, Sr. Grant Wiley, West Virginia, Sr. Alfred Fincher, Connecticut, Sr. H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh, Jr. H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh, Sr. Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh, Jr. Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh, Sr. Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut, Jr. Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut, Sr. Khaseem Greene, Rutgers, Jr.

GP 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 12 13 12 11 12 12 13 13 13 13

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

Int. Yards 6 127 7 121 4 97 4 62 10 133 6 13 5 41 7 56 6 53 6 55 8 92 9 206 5 8 10 184 6 52 6 73 7 8 8 82 5 3 5 42 5 9 6 51 6 50 Solo 98 81 84 92 95 87 109 78 89 92 102 89 99 59 67 86 98 82 80 71 74

Avg. 25.6 (8) 30.0 (3) 23.5 (29) 26.0 (11) 24.2 (22t) 39.5 (1) 36.7 30.0 (3) 26.3 (14) 26.7 (8) 26.1 (21) 28.3 (5) 30.5 (3) 31.3 (2) 25.2 (30) 27.9 (9) 28.9 (13) 27.6 (11) 30.5 (7) 35.3 (1) 31.2 (4) TD 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

IPG 0.55 (12t) 0.64 (2t) 0.36 (33t) 0.36 (33t) 0.83 (1) 0.60 (5t) 0.45 (14) 0.58 (8) 0.60 (4) 0.60 (7) 0.73 (3) 0.82 (1) 0.36 (51) 0.83 (1) 0.5 (4) 0.55 (2t) 0.54 (8t) 0.62 (2) 0.50 (7) 0.38 (32) 0.38 (32) 0.46 (10) 0.60 (3)

Ast. Total TPG 67 165 15.0 78 159 14.5 77 161 16.1 60 152 13.8 65 160 14.6 47 134 12.2 52 161 14.6 72 150 13.6 46 135 13.5 46 138 12.5 (6) 54 156 15.6 (1) 48 137 11.4 (20) 68 167 12.8 (3) 81 140 11.7 (6) 54 121 11.0 (13) 61 147 12.2 (4) 53 151 12.6 (1) 55 137 10.5 (10) 60 140 10.8 (10t) 52 123 9.5 (29) 67 141 10.8 (12)

SACKS

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Shawn Williams, Rutgers, Sr. Lance Johnstone, Temple, Fr. Darren Krein, Miami, Jr. Mike Mamula, Boston College, So. Kevin Patrick, Miami, Sr. Mike Mamula, Boston College, Jr. Cornell Brown, Virginia Tech, Jr. Canute Curtis, West Virginia, Sr. Erik Storz, Boston College, Sr. Corey Moore, Virginia Tech, Jr. Corey Moore, Virginia Tech, Sr. Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, Jr. Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, Sr. Dan Klecko, Temple, Sr. Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College, So. Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College, Jr. Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, Sr. Jameel McClain, Syracuse, Jr. George Selvie, USF, So. Cody Brown, Connecticut, Sr. Lindsey Witten, Connecticut, Sr. Bruce Irvin, West Virginia, Jr. Trevardo Williams, Connecticut, Jr.

FUMBLES RECOVERED

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player, School Santo Stephens, Temple, Sr. Roman Hale, Temple, Sr. Garland Hawkins, Syracuse, Sr. Hank Coleman, Virginia Tech, So. DeWayne Knight, Virginia Tech, Sr. Wes Richardson, West Virginia, Sr. Warren Sapp, Miami, Jr. Eric Shorter, Boston College, Sr. Mike Brown, Syracuse, Jr. Erik Storz, Boston College, Jr. Erik Storz, Boston College, Sr. Tebucky Jones, Syracuse, Sr. Michael Lawson, Miami, Sr. Keith Bulluck, Syracuse, Jr. Jason Poles, Syracuse, Sr. Wayne Hampton, Rutgers, Sr. Jeff Popovich, Miami, Sr. Ike Charlton, Virginia Tech, Jr. Raheem Brock, Temple, Jr. Taylor Suman, Temple, Sr. Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, Sr. Raheem Brock, Temple, Sr. Ben Collins, West Virginia, Sr. David Harley, Rutgers, Jr. Kellen Pruitt, Syracuse, So. Lewis Moore, Pittsburgh, Sr. Jonathan Vilma, Miami, Sr. Thomas Carroll, Miami, So. Terry Bynes, Rutgers, Jr. Diamond Ferry, Syracuse, Sr. Kevin McCullough, Cincinnati, Jr. Amobe Okoye, Louisville, Jr. Terrell Lemon, Syracuse, Sr. Earl Heyman, Louisville, Jr. Lamar Myles, Louisville, Jr. Mike Holmes, Syracuse, So. Alex Silvestro, Rutgers, Jr. Damaso Munoz, Rutgers, Sr. Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers, So. Jon Lejiste, USF, Jr.

2012 BIG EAST Football

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 7 12 11 13 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 12

Yards No. 78 13 76 9 44 9 73 11 70 11 97 13 114 14 114 16 121 13 144 14 150 17 95 13 121 17.5 (1) 82 10.0 (13) 55 11.5 (13) 82 11.5 (5) 157 20.0 (1) 51 9.5 (18t) 87 14.5 (2) 62 11.0 (21) 73 11.5 (9) 88 14.0 (2) 83 12.5 (2)

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 10 11 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 12 11 13 12 12 13 12 13 11 12 10 10 12 12 12 12 13 13 12 12

No. 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 4 (2) 4 (2) 4 (2) 4 (4) 3 (19)

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ANNUAL LEADERS 

SCORING OFFENSE Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

School Miami Miami West Virginia Miami Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Virginia Tech Miami Miami Miami Virginia Tech Connecticut Louisville West Virginia West Virginia Rutgers Cincinnati Cincinnati West Virginia

RUSHING OFFENSE Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

School Syracuse Boston College West Virginia Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Virginia Tech Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Boston College West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia Connecticut West Virginia Louisville USF

PASSING OFFENSE

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

School Miami Miami Boston College Temple Rutgers Miami Pittsburgh West Virginia Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Miami Miami Pittsburgh Rutgers Louisville Louisville Louisville Rutgers Cincinnati Cincinnati West Virginia

TOTAL OFFENSE

Year School 1991 Miami 1992 Pittsburgh 1993 Boston College 1994 Miami 1995 Rutgers 1996 Miami 1997 Syracuse 1998 West Virginia 1999 Virginia Tech 2000 Miami 2001 Miami 2002 Miami 2003 Pittsburgh 2004 Connecticut 2005 Louisville 2006 Louisville 2007 Louisville 2008 USF 2009 Cincinnati 2010 Cincinnati 2011 West Virginia

SCORING DEFENSE

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 12 13

Pts. 364 356 401 348 334 407 423 468 455 469 475 527 460 363 521 505 515 377 502 325 489

Avg. 33.1 (15) 32.4 (9) 36.5 (10) 31.6 (19) 30.4 (20) 37.0 (10) 35.3 (11) 42.5 (3) 41.4 (1) 42.6 (2) 43.2 (3) 40.5 (4) 35.38 (12) 30.2 (27) 43.4 (3) 38.8 (3) 39.6 (9) 29.0 (39) 38.6 (4) 27.1 (57) 37.6 (13)

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 12

Att. 506 548 545 509 496 531 548 520 559 570 451 714 600 590 625 590 628 556 508 469 477

Yards 2087 2568 2684 2210 2148 2600 2368 2512 2793 2975 2290 3687 2762 3034 3269 3939 3864 2813 2423 2274 2185

YPG 189.7 (32) 233.5 (12) 244.0 (9) 200.9 (25) 195.3 (32) 236.4 (15) 215.3 (15) 228.4 (10) 253.9 (8) 270.5 (5) 208.2 (18) 283.6 (2) 212.5 (13) 252.8 (7) 272.4 (4) 303.0 (2) 297.2 (3) 216.4 (13) 186.4 (24) 174.9 (34) 182.1 (31)

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 13 13 11 12 13 12 13 13 12 13

Att. 396 457 368 416 413 371 362 382 357 339 340 432 427 473 376 384 491 415 472 435 542

Cmp. 223 259 224 218 217 221 205 245 187 185 194 241 251 303 246 245 316 250 311 251 353

Yards 3244 3476 3420 2747 2588 2902 2803 3248 2644 2964 2752 3695 3746 3416 3523 3770 4103 3515 4014 3128 4509

GP Plays Yards YPG 11 768 4854 441.3 (15) 12 848 5429 452.4 (8) 11 826 5570 506.4 (4) 11 807 4699 427.2 (15) 11 900 4701 427.4 (20) 11 777 4605 418.6 (26) 12 829 5127 427.3 (15) 11 791 5055 459.5 (15) 11 758 4970 451.8 (9) 11 774 5069 460.8 (5) 11 762 5003 454.8 (8) 13 887 6074 467.2 (6) 13 909 5276 405.8 (34) 12 885 5157 429.8 (19) 12 848 5785 482.1 (9) 13 867 6179 475.3 (2) 12 909 5856 488.0 (6) 13 925 5265 405.0 (32) 13 833 5817 447.5 (11) 12 837 5008 417.3 (32) 13 959 6104 469.5 (15)

School Miami Miami Miami Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Miami Miami Pittsburgh Miami Boston College West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia Rutgers

RUSHING DEFENSE Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 YPG 294.9 (9) 316.0 (3) 310.9 (11) 249.7 (17) 235.3 (31) 263.8 (18) 254.8 (22) 295.3 (14) 240.4 (33) 269.5 (18) 250.2 (35) 284.2 (16) 288.2 (14) 310.5 (6) 293.6 (15) 290.0 (7) 341.9 (4) 270.4 (18) 308.8 (8) 260.7 (28) 346.8 (6)

School Syracuse Syracuse Miami Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Temple Miami Boston College West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia USF Syracuse West Virginia Connecticut

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13

Pts. 100 126 138 119 155 136 191 142 116 170 103 232 196 203 214 186 235 221 233 176 238

Avg. 9.1 (1) 11.5 (3) 12.6 (3) 10.8 (1) 14.1 (5) 12.4 (4) 15.9 (9) 12.9 (4) 10.5 (1) 15.5 (5) 9.4 (1) 17.8 (14) 15.1 (4) 16.9 (12) 17.8 (13) 14.3 (8) 18.1 (8) 17.0 (11) 17.9 (16) 13.5 (3) 18.3 (8)

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 13 12 12 13 13 13 12 13 12

Att. 400 339 435 409 429 364 443 420 388 374 371 459 458 441 452 407 486 436 401 410 385

Yards 1186 1007 1297 1065 851 677 1317 1124 835 1092 788 1300 1516 1546 1316 1213 1468 1238 1222 1124 1028

PASS EFFICIENCY DEFENSE

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

School Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami West Virginia Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Miami Miami Miami Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh Rutgers USF Connecticut USF West Virginia Rutgers

TOTAL DEFENSE

Year School 1991 Miami 1992 Miami 1993 Miami 1994 Miami 1995 Virginia Tech 1996 West Virginia 1997 Syracuse 1998 Virginia Tech 1999 Virginia Tech 2000 Syracuse 2001 Virginia Tech 2002 Miami 2003 Miami 2004 Connecticut 2005 Connecticut 2006 Rutgers 2007 Pittsburgh 2008 Connecticut 2009 Rutgers 2010 West Virginia 2011 Rutgers

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 13 13 12 11 13 13 13 13 13 13

Att. Cmp. Int. 346 175 19 358 173 18 288 138 17 293 143 18 302 145 12 348 157 16 326 167 16 290 134 23 344 166 10 428 216 23 290 129 27 353 163 12 328 167 19 406 223 16 295 147 14 312 162 15 474 244 23 368 196 18 387 215 13 393 228 12 355 184 19

2012 BIG EAST Football

Yards 1724 1861 1517 1365 1631 1715 2165 2010 1885 2427 1520 1556 1832 2379 1681 1966 2757 2187 2422 2270 2240

GP Plays Yards YPG 11 790 3176 288.7 (14) 11 764 2979 270.8 (8) 11 723 2814 255.8 (4) 11 702 2430 220.9 (1) 11 705 3145 285.9 (10) 11 712 2392 217.5 (1) 12 769 3482 290.2 (11) 11 710 3134 284.9 (7) 11 732 2720 247.3 (3) 11 722 3431 311.9 (18) 11 725 2617 237.9 (2) 13 935 3758 289.1 (8) 13 786 3348 257.5 (2) 12 796 3929 327.4 (27) 11 731 3269 297.2 (7) 13 759 3279 252.2 (4) 12 808 3572 297.7 (5) 13 791 3614 278.0 (6) 13 827 4001 307.8 (18) 13 803 3394 261.1 (3) 13 831 4049 311.5 (14)

National ranking in parentheses.

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YPG 107.8 (11) 91.6 (5) 117.9 (14) 96.8 (7) 77.4 (1) 61.6 (2) 109.8 (16) 102.2 (11) 75.9 (3) 99.3 (16) 71.6 (2) 108.3 (15) 116.6 (21) 128.8 (33) 109.7 (19) 83.3 (13) 112.9 (18) 95.2 (10) 101.8 (13) 86.5 (2) 85.7 (4) YPG 156.7 169.2 137.9 124.1 148.3 155.9 180.4 182.7 171.4 220.6 138.2 119.7 140.9 198.3 152.8 151.2 212.1 168.2 186.3 174.6 172.3

Rating 88.1 (4) 91.2 (5) 87.2 (4) 81.3 (1) 96.4 (10) 86.8 (3) 105.3 (21) 103.4 (11) 98.1 (7) 95.8 (8) 75.6 (1) 83.9 (1) 95.3 (5) 107.6 (20) 99.4 (2) 103.7 (8) 105.27 (8) 101.5 (9) 113.3 (28) 110.5 (13) 101.6 (5)


ANNUAL STANDINGS 

2011 West Virginia Cincinnati Louisville Rutgers Pittsburgh Connecticut USF Syracuse

CONF. 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-4 1-6 1-6

Pct. .714 .714 .714 .571 .571 .429 .143 .143

Pts 217 177 179 160 186 167 166 146

Opp 202 157 149 143 152 200 198 197

ALL 10-3 10-3 7-6 9-4 6-7 5-7 5-7 5-7

Pct. .769 .769 .538 .692 .462 .417 .417 .417

Pts 489 433 285 343 315 291 351 290

Opp 348 264 261 238 297 292 272 342

H 5-2 5-1 3-3 6-1 5-3 4-3 3-4 4-3

A 4-1 4-2 4-2 1-3 1-3 1-4 2-3 1-4

N 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

2010 Connecticut West Virginia Pittsburgh Syracuse USF Louisville Cincinnati Rutgers

CONF. 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-3 3-4 3-4 2-5 1-6

Pct. .714 .714 .714 .571 .429 .429 .286 .143

Pts 150 171 189 116 131 155 178 150

Opp 133 85 123 136 147 129 237 250

ALL 8-5 9-4 8-5 8-5 8-5 7-6 4-8 4-8

Pct. .615 .692 .615 .615 .615 .538 .333 .333

Pts 343 327 342 288 313 343 325 250

Opp 286 176 247 251 260 252 336 318

H 6-0 6-1 4-2 2-4 4-3 3-4 3-4 3-4

A 2-4 3-2 3-3 5-1 3-2 3-2 1-4 1-4

N 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

2009 Cincinnati Pittsburgh West Virginia Rutgers Connecticut USF Louisville Syracuse

CONF. 7-0 5-2 5-2 3-4 3-4 3-4 1-6 1-6

Pct. 1.000 .714 .714 .429 .429 .429 .143 .143

Pts 266 221 162 159 237 156 100 121

Opp 159 136 137 164 210 196 218 212

ALL 12-1 10-3 9-4 9-4 8-5 8-5 4-8 4-8

Pct. .923 .769 .692 .692 .615 .615 .333 .333

Pts 502 417 340 375 405 344 217 254

Opp 300 257 282 233 307 257 315 335

H 6-0 6-1 7-0 4-3 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-4

A 6-0 3-2 2-3 4-1 3-3 3-3 0-6 0-4

N 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

2008 Cincinnati Pittsburgh West Virginia Rutgers Connecticut USF Louisville Syracuse

CONF. 6-1 5-2 5-2 5-2 3-4 2-5 1-6 1-6

Pct. .857 .714 .714 .714 .429 .286 .143 .143

Pts 165 209 162 240 151 136 128 112

Opp 134 159 109 128 149 162 241 221

ALL 11-3 9-4 9-4 8-5 8-5 8-5 5-7 3-9

Pct. .786 .692 .692 .615 .615 .615 .417 .250

Pts 362 352 319 377 324 359 296 217

Opp 282 279 221 245 257 260 358 392

H 6-0 4-2 6-1 5-2 4-2 4-2 4-4 2-4

A 5-2 5-1 2-3 2-3 3-3 3-3 1-3 1-5

N 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

2007 West Virginia Connecticut Cinicnnati USF Rutgers Louisville Pittsburgh Syracuse

CONF. 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-4 3-4 3-4 1-6

Pct. .714 .714 .571 .571 .429 .429 .429 .143

Pts 240 169 209 240 171 193 141 131

Opp 126 165 170 167 195 231 169 271

ALL 11-2 9-4 10-3 9-4 8-5 6-6 5-7 2-10

Pct. .846 .692 .769 .692 .615 .500 .417 .167

Pts 515 344 472 451 426 422 274 197

Opp 235 247 244 304 292 377 291 418

H 5-1 7-0 4-2 5-1 5-3 4-2 4-3 1-6

A 5-1 2-3 5-1 4-2 2-2 2-4 1-4 1-4

N 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2006 Louisville West Virginia Rutgers USF Cincinnati Pittsburgh Connecticut Syracuse

CONF. 6-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 2-5 1-6 1-6

Pct. .857 .714 .714 .571 .571 .286 .143 .143

Pts 247 259 182 145 152 172 140 81

Opp 141 186 146 133 141 207 238 186

ALL 12-1 11-2 11-2 9-4 8-5 6-6 4-8 4-8

Pct. .923 .846 .846 .692 .615 .500 .333 .333

Pts 491 505 387 299 274 381 257 209

Opp 212 282 186 220 255 274 324 295

H 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-1 6-1 3-4 3-4 3-3

A 5-1 4-1 4-2 3-3 1-4 3-2 1-4 1-5

N 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2005 West Virginia Louisville Rutgers USF Pittsburgh Connecticut Cincinnati Syracuse

CONF. 7-0 5-2 4-3 4-3 4-3 2-5 2-5 0-7

Pct. 1.000 .714 .571 .571 .571 .286 .286 .000

Pts 244 273 188 188 189 115 117 73

Opp 104 175 199 135 178 170 230 196

ALL 11-1 9-3 7-5 6-6 5-6 5-6 4-7 1-10

Pct. .917 .750 .583 .500 .455 .455 .364 .091

Pts 385 521 344 276 267 272 192 152

Opp 214 284 298 216 243 211 345 295

H 5-1 6-0 4-2 4-1 5-1 4-2 3-2 1-5

A 5-0 3-2 3-2 2-4 0-5 1-4 1-5 0-5

N 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

owls: AutoZone Liberty (Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24); Belk (North Carolina State 31, Louisville 24); New Era Pinstripe (Rutgers 27, Iowa State 13); Discover Orange (West Virginia 70, B Clemson 33); BBVA Compass (SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6)

owls: Beef O’Brady’s (Louisville 31, Southern Mississippi 28); Champs Sports (North Carolina State 23, West Virginia 7); New Era Pinstripe (Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34); Meineke Car B Care (USF 31, Clemson 26); Tostitos Fiesta (Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20); BBVA Compass (Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10)

owls: St. Petersburg (Rutgers 45, Central Florida 24); Meineke Car Care (Pittsburgh 19, North Carolina 17); Konica Minolta Gator (Florida State 33, West Virginia 21); Allstate Sugar B (Florida 51, Cincinnati 24); International (USF 27, Northern Illinois 3); PapaJohns.com (Connecticut 20, South Carolina 7)

Bowls: St. Petersburg (USF 41, Memphis 14); Meineke Car Care (West Virginia 31, North Carolina 30); PapaJohns.com (Rutgers 29, North Carolina State 23); Brut Sun (Oregon State 3, Pittsburgh 0); FedEx Orange (Virginia Tech 20, Cincinnati 7); International (Connecticut 38, Buffalo 20)

Bowls: PapaJohns.com (Cincinnati 31, Southern Mississippi 21); Meineke Car Care (Wake Forest 24, Connecticut 10); Brut Sun (Oregon 56, USF 21); Tostitos Fiesta (West Virginia 48, Oklahoma 28); International (Rutgers 52, Ball State 30)

Bowls: PapaJohns.com (USF 24, East Carolina 7); Texas (Rutgers 37, Kansas State 10); Gator Bowl (West Virginia 38, Georgia Tech 35); FedEx Orange (Louisville 24, Wake Forest 13); International (Cincinnati 27, Western Michigan 24)

Bowls: Insight (Arizona State 45, Rutgers 40); Meineke Car Care (NC State 14, USF 0); Toyota Gator (Virginia Tech 35, Louisville 24); Nokia Sugar (West Virginia 38, Georgia 35)

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2004 Pittsburgh Boston College West Virginia Syracuse Connecticut Rutgers Temple

CONF. PCT. PTS OPP 4-2 .667 152 136 4-2 .667 152 114 4-2 .667 165 128 4-2 .667 194 170 3-3 .500 171 183 1-5 .167 139 185 1-5 .167 131 188

ALL PCT PTS OPP H 8-4 .667 325 288 5-1 9-3 .750 296 203 4-1 8-4 .667 361 246 5-1 6-6 .500 287 344 4-1 8-4 .667 363 260 6-1 4-7 .364 269 343 3-3 2-9 .182 238 399 2-4

A 3-2 4-2 3-2 2-4 1-3 1-4 0-5

N 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0

2003 Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Boston College Syracuse Rutgers Temple

CONF. 6-1 6-1 5-2 4-3 3-4 2-5 2-5 0-7

PCT. .857 .857 .714 .571 .429 .286 .286 .000

PTS 193 248 206 216 176 141 145 125

OPP 113 158 183 152 196 191 231 260

ALL 11-2 8-5 8-5 8-5 8-5 6-6 5-7 1-11

PCT. .846 .615 .615 .615 .615 .500 .417 .083

PTS 361 376 389 460 370 320 329 235

OPP 196 297 311 299 331 301 354 393

H 6-1 5-3 4-2 6-1 2-4 5-2 3-3 0-5

A 4-1 3-1 4-2 2-3 5-1 1-4 2-4 1-6

N 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2002 Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Boston College Temple Syracuse Rutgers

CONF. 7-0 6-1 5-2 3-4 3-4 2-5 2-5 0-7

PCT. 1.000 .857 .714 .429 .429 .286 .286 .000

PTS 297 212 185 209 180 124 169 79

OPP 140 116 138 202 157 208 245 249

ALL 12-1 9-4 9-4 10-4 9-4 4-8 4-8 1-11

PCT. .923 .692 .692 .714 .692 .333 .333 .083

PTS 527 396 331 429 392 242 347 167

OPP 248 302 232 263 253 351 406 397

H 6-0 4-2 5-2 6-2 6-1 2-5 3-3 1-5

A 6-0 5-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-5 0-6

N 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2001 Miami Syracuse Virginia Tech Boston College Pittsburgh Temple West Virginia Rutgers

CONF. 7-0 6-1 4-3 4-3 4-3 2-5 1-6 0-7

PCT. 1.000 .857 .571 .571 .571 .286 .143 .000

PTS 290 196 199 205 174 67 141 36

OPP 55 144 106 125 161 203 185 325

ALL 12-0 10-3 8-4 8-4 7-5 4-7 3-8 2-9

PCT. 1.000 .769 .667 .667 .583 .364 .273 .182

PTS 512 334 376 337 296 198 235 119

OPP 117 247 177 227 245 311 268 397

H 6-0 6-0 4-2 5-1 3-3 3-3 3-3 1-6

A 5-0 3-2 4-1 2-3 3-2 1-4 0-5 1-3

N 1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2000 Miami Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Syracuse Boston College West Virginia Temple Rutgers

CONF. 7-0 6-1 4-3 4-3 3-4 3-4 1-6 0-7

PCT. 1.000 .857 .571 .571 .429 .429 .143 .000

PTS 310 260 174 162 173 179 117 95

OPP 67 156 167 145 205 226 192 312

ALL 11-1 11-1 7-5 6-5 7-5 7-5 4-7 3-8

PCT. .917 .917 .583 .545 .583 .583 .364 .273

PTS 506 484 299 294 378 356 224 233

OPP 190 269 244 212 277 363 269 399

H 6-0 4-0 5-1 4-2 5-1 4-3 2-4 2-4

A 4-1 4-1 2-3 2-3 1-4 2-2 2-3 1-4

N 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

1999 Virginia Tech Miami Boston College Syracuse West Virginia Pittsburgh Temple Rutgers

CONF. 7-0 6-1 4-3 3-4 3-4 2-5 2-5 1-6

PCT. 1.000 .857 .571 .429 .429 .286 .286 .143

PTS 315 257 161 138 198 167 138 110

OPP 88 107 156 189 168 198 261 317

ALL 11-1 9-4 8-4 7-5 4-7 5-6 2-9 1-10

PCT. .917 .693 .667 .583 .364 .455 .182 .091

PTS 484 432 297 300 292 281 153 155

OPP 162 220 308 256 289 278 366 427

H 6-0 5-1 4-1 4-2 4-2 4-3 2-2 1-5

A 5-0 2-2 4-2 2-3 0-4 1-3 0-7 0-5

N 0-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

1998 Syracuse Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Boston College Rutgers Temple Pittsburgh

CONF. 6-1 5-2 5-2 5-2 3-4 2-5 2-5 0-7

PCT. .857 .714 .714 .714 .429 .286 .286 .000

PTS 317 235 195 231 147 112 100 128

OPP 148 175 103 142 165 258 226 244

ALL 8-4 9-3 9-3 8-4 4-7 5-6 2-9 2-9

PCT. .667 .750 .750 .667 .364 .455 .182 .182

PTS 478 448 381 410 283 206 198 234

OPP 300 298 149 267 311 364 360 334

H 5-1 4-2 4-2 4-2 2-4 3-3 0-5 2-5

A 3-2 4-1 4-1 4-1 2-3 2-3 2-4 0-4

N 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Bowls: Champs Sports (Georgia Tech 51, Syracuse 14); Motor City (Connecticut 39, Toledo 10); Continental Tire (Boston College 37, North Carolina 24); Gator (Florida State 30, West Virginia 19); Fiesta (Utah 35, Pittsburgh 7).

Bowls: Insight (California 52, Virginia Tech 49); Continental Tire (Virginia 23, Pittsburgh 16); San Francisco (Boston College 35, Colorado State 21); Gator (Maryland 41, West Virginia 7); Orange (Miami 16, Florida State 14)

Bowls: Motor City (Boston College 51, Toledo 25); Insight (Pittsburgh 38, Oregon State 13); Continental Tire (Virginia 48, West Virginia 22); San Francisco (Virginia Tech 20, Air Force 13); Fiesta (Ohio State 31, Miami 24, 2ot)

Bowls: Tangerine (Pittsburgh 34, NC State 19); Music City (Boston College 20, Georgia 16); Insight.com (Syracuse 26, Kansas State 3); Gator (Florida State 30, Virginia Tech 17); Rose (Miami 37, Nebraska 14)

Bowls: Aloha (Boston College 31, Arizona State 17); Music City (West Virginia 49, Mississippi 38); Insight.com (Iowa State 37, Pittsburgh 29); Gator (Virginia Tech 41, Clemson 20); Sugar (Miami 37, Florida 20)

Bowls: Insight.com (Colorado 62, Boston College 28); Music City (Syracuse 20, Kentucky 13); Gator (Miami 28, Georgia Tech 13); Sugar (Florida State 46, Virginia Tech 29).

Bowls: Insight.com (Missouri 34, West Virginia 31); Music City (Virginia Tech 38, Alabama 7); Micron PC (Miami 46, NC State 23); Orange (Florida 31, Syracuse 10).

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1997 Syracuse Virginia Tech West Virginia Pittsburgh Miami Boston College Temple Rutgers

CONF. 6-1 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-4 3-4 3-4 0-7

PCT. .857 .714 .571 .571 .429 .429 .429 .000

PTS 238 197 219 208 215 173 150 121

OPP 104 127 167 197 191 176 212 347

ALL 9-4 7-5 7-5 6-6 5-6 4-7 3-8 0-11

PCT. .692 .583 .583 .500 .455 .364 .273 .000

PTS 441 324 360 333 314 237 212 191

OPP 226 227 285 354 285 314 371 496

1996 Virginia Tech Miami Syracuse West Virginia Pittsburgh Boston College Rutgers Temple

CONF. PCT. PTS OPP 6-1 .857 220 111 6-1 .857 233 111 6-1 .857 291 105 4-3 .571 181 112 3-4 .429 121 242 2-5 .286 138 220 1-6 .143 78 238 0-7 .000 140 263

1995 Virginia Tech Miami^ Syracuse West Virginia Boston College Rutgers Temple Pittsburgh

CONF. 6-1-0 6-1-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 1-6-0 0-7-0

PCT. .857 .857 .714 .571 .571 .286 .143 .000

PTS 188 185 211 147 150 184 113 93

OPP 83 112 136 124 167 272 189 194

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

PCT. .833 .727 .750 .454 .333 .364 .090 .181

PTS 349 335 334 253 207 304 187 217

OPP 165 201 213 208 322 409 358 329

1994 Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse West Virginia Boston College Rutgers Pittsburgh Temple

CONF. 7-0-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 3-3-1 2-4-1 2-5-0 0-7-0

PCT. 1.000 .714 .571 .571 .500 .357 .286 .000

PTS 191 196 151 160 138 156 156 154

OPP 51 119 176 167 100 177 201 311

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

PCT. .833 .666 .636 .538 .625 .500 .272 .182

PTS 365 327 256 296 271 241 246 244

1993 West Virginia Miami Boston College Virginia Tech Syracuse Pittsburgh Rutgers Temple

CONF. 7-0-0 6-1-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 3-4-0 2-5-0 1-6-0 0-7-0

PCT. 1.000 .857 .714 .571 .429 .286 .143 .000

PTS 240 215 232 261 160 119 192 56

OPP 91 57 138 177 212 225 221 354

ALL 11-1-0 9-3-0 9-3-0 9-3-0 6-4-1 3-8-0 4-7-0 1-10-0

PCT. .917 .750 .750 .750 .591 .272 .363 .090

1992 Miami* Syracuse Boston College Rutgers West Virginia Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Temple

ALL 11-1-0 10-2-0 8-3-1 7-4-0 5-4-2 3-9-0 2-8-1 1-10

PCT. .916 .833 .708 .636 .545 .250 .227 .090

PTS 369 340 330 341 286 289 270 132

OPP 161 205 238 245 238 429 282 383

CONF. 4-0-0 6-1-0 2-1-1 4-2-0 2-3-1 1-3-0 1-4-0 0-6-0

1991 Miami* Syracuse Pittsburgh West Virginia Rutgers Virginia Tech Boston College Temple

ALL 12-0-0 10-2-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 2-9-0

PCT. 1.000 .833 .545 .545 .545 .455 .364 .182

PTS 386 321 244 187 217 275 247 145

OPP 100 200 241 224 217 229 239 290

CONF. 2-0-0 5-0-0 3-2-0 3-4-0 2-3-0 1-0-0 2-4-0 0-5-0

H 5-1 5-1 5-1 3-2 3-3 3-3 3-2 0-5

A 3-2 2-3 2-3 3-3 2-3 1-4 0-6 0-6

N 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

A 3-1 5-0 4-1 4-1 0-5 2-4 0-5 1-5

N 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

H 3-2 6-0 5-1 4-2 1-4 2-4 1-3 2-4

A 5-0 2-3 3-2 1-4 3-3 2-3 0-6 0-5

N 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

OPP 143 236 259 286 169 261 307 417

H 5-1 5-1 4-2 4-2 3-1-1 5-1 3-3 0-5

A 5-0 3-2 3-2 3-2 3-3 0-4-1 0-5 2-4

N 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PTS 408 331 408 445 281 168 351 115

OPP 212 167 240 270 288 371 334 527

H 7-0 6-0 4-2 6-0 3-2 0-5 3-3 0-5

A 4-0 3-2 4-1 2-3 3-2-1 3-3 1-4 1-5

N 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT. 1.000 .857 .625 .666 .417 .250 .200 .000

PTS 142 214 116 167 133 59 114 50

OPP 56 97 77 171 105 126 144 219

H 6-0 4-2 5-1 5-1 3-2-2 2-4 1-4-1 0-4-0

A 5-0 5-0 3-1-1 2-3 2-2 1-5 1-4-0 0-6-0

N 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

PCT. 1.000 1.000 .600 .429 .400 1.000 .333 .000

PTS 46 133 121 99 88 20 138 35

OPP 17 66 96 133 84 14 133 137

H 6-0 5-1 4-2 4-2 5-1 4-1 2-3 2-3

A 5-0 4-1 2-3 2-3 1-4 1-4 2-4 0-6

N 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

Bowls: Liberty (Southern Miss 41, Pittsburgh 7); Carquest (Georgia Tech 35, West Virginia 30); Fiesta (Kansas State 35, Syracuse 18); Gator (North Carolina 42, Virginia Tech 3)

ALL PCT. PTS OPP H 10-2 .833 344 200 6-0 9-3 .750 368 210 3-3 9-3 .750 437 208 4-2 8-4 .667 274 156 4-2 4-7 .364 214 430 4-2 5-7 .417 264 364 3-3 2-9 .182 143 380 2-4 1-10 .091 218 386 0-5

Bowls: Liberty (Syracuse 30, Houston 17); Carquest (Miami 31, Virginia 21); Orange (Nebraska 41, Virginia Tech 21); Gator (North Carolina 20, West Virginia 13)

Bowls: Sugar (Virginia Tech 28, Texas 10); Gator (Syracuse 41, Clemson 0) ^ - Miami was not eligible for BIG EAST championship or bowl consideration due to NCAA probation.

Bowls: Aloha (Boston College 12, Kansas State 7); Carquest (South Carolina 24, West Virginia 21); Gator (Tennessee 45, Virginia Tech 23); Orange (Nebraska 24, Miami 17)

Bowls: Carquest (Boston College 31, Virginia 13); Fiesta (Arizona 29, Miami 0); Independence (Virginia Tech 45, Indiana 20); Sugar (Florida 41, West Virginia 7)

Bowls: Fiesta (Syracuse 26, Colorado 22); Hall of Fame (Tennessee 38, Boston College 23); Sugar (Alabama 34, Miami 13)

Bowls: Hall of Fame (Syracuse 24, Ohio State 17); Orange (Miami 22, Nebraska 0)

* - Miami was crowned conference champion in 1991 and 1992 by being the highest ranked team in the final regular season USA Today/CNN Top 25 Coaches’ Poll. Round-robin conference play began in 1993.

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BIG EAST FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Champion Miami Miami West Virginia Miami Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Miami Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Virginia Tech Miami Miami Miami Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh Boston College West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia Louisville West Virginia Connecticut Cincinnati Cincinnati Connecticut West Virginia Pittsburgh Cincinnati Louisville West Virginia

BIG EAST 2-0-0 4-0-0 7-0-0 7-0-0 6-1-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 7-0 7-0 7-0 7-0 6-1 6-1 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 7-0 6-1 5-2 5-2 6-1 7-0 5-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 5-2

Overall 12-0-0 11-1-0 11-1-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2 9-3 9-3 9-3 8-3 11-1 10-1 12-0 12-1 11-2 8-5 8-4 9-3 8-4 6-6 11-1 12-1 11-2 9-4 11-3 12-1 8-4 9-3 7-5 10-3 7-6 10-3

Coach Dennis Erickson Dennis Erickson Don Nehlen Dennis Erickson Frank Beamer Frank Beamer Butch Davis Paul Pasqualoni Paul Pasqualoni Paul Pasqualoni Frank Beamer Butch Davis Larry Coker Larry Coker Larry Coker Rich Rodriguez Walt Harris Tom O’Brien Rich Rodriguez Paul Pasqualoni Rich Rodriguez Bobby Petrino Rich Rodriguez Randy Edsall Brian Kelly Brian Kelly Randy Edsall Bill Stewart Dave Wannstedt Butch Jones Charlie Strong Dana Holgorsen

BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL School Boston College (1) Cincinnati (3) Connecticut (2) Louisville (2) Miami (8) Pittsburgh (2) Syracuse (4) Virginia Tech (3) West Virginia (7)

Years Won 2004 2008, 2009, 2011 2007, 2010 2006, 2011 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2004, 2010 1996, 1997, 1998, 2004 1995, 1996, 1999 1993, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011

BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP COACHES Coach Paul Pasqualoni (4) Rich Rodriguez (4) Frank Beamer (3) Dennis Erickson (3) Larry Coker (3) Butch Davis (2) Brian Kelly (2) Randy Edsall (2) Walt Harris (1) Don Nehlen (1) Tom O’Brien (1) Bobby Petrino (1) Dave Wannstedt (1) Bill Stewart (1) Butch Jones (1) Charlie Strong (1) Dana Holgorsen (1)

School (Years Won) Syracuse (1996, 1997, 1998, 2004) West Virginia (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007) Virginia Tech (1995, 1996, 1999) Miami (1991, 1992, 1994) Miami (2001, 2002, 2003) Miami (1996, 2000) Cincinnati (2008, 2009) Connecticut (2007, 2010) Pittsburgh (2004) West Virginia (1993) Boston College (2004) Louisville (2006) Pittsburgh (2010) West Virginia (2010) Cincinnati (2011) Louisville (2011) West Virginia (2011)

HOME RECORDS

ROAD RECORDS

Miami............................. 69-11-0................863 Virginia Tech................... 62-16-1................791 Cincinnati......................... 31-9-0.................775 West Virginia.................. 92-33-2................732 Connecticut.................... 35-14-0................714 Louisville......................... 28-14-0................667 USF................................. 26-14-0................650 Boston College............... 45-29-1................607 Syracuse......................... 72-49-0................595 Pittsburgh....................... 70-53-0................569 Rutgers........................... 64-57-0................529 Temple........................... 15-51-0................227

Miami ............................ 52-13-0................800 Virginia Tech................... 39-25-0................609 West Virginia.................. 56-39-0................589 Cincinnati........................ 23-16-0................590 USF................................. 19-20-0................487 Boston College............... 34-36-1................486 Louisville......................... 17-19-0................472 Syracuse......................... 45-56-1................446 Pittsburgh....................... 33-61-0................351 Connecticut.................... 14-26-0................350 Rutgers........................... 28-71-1................285 Temple........................... 12-65-0................156

Most Home Victories - Season 7 West Virginia....................................2009 West Virginia....................................1993

Most Road Victories - Season 6 Cincinnati..........................................2009 Miami...............................................2002

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BIG EAST ALL-TIME STANDINGS (Regular season games against each other) SINCE 1993 Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Cincinnati Boston College Louisville Pittsburgh Syracuse Connecticut USF Rutgers Temple

GP 77 77 132 49 83 49 132 132 55 49 132 83

W-L-T 66-11-0 55-22-0 88-44-0 30-19-0 41-41-1 24-25-0 63-69-0 60-72-0 25-30-0 21-28-0 37-94-1 14-69-0

PCT. .857 .714 .667 .612 .500 .490 .477 .455 .455 .429 .284 .169

SINCE 1991 Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Cincinnati Boston College Syracuse Louisville Pittsburgh Connecticut USF Rutgers Temple

GP 83 83 145 49 93 144 49 141 55 49 143 94

W-L-T 72-11-0 57-26-0 93-51-1 30-19-0 45-46-2 71-73-0 24-25-0 67-74-0 25-30-0 21-28-0 43-99-1 14-80-0

PCT. .867 .687 .645 .612 .495 .493 .490 .475 .455 .429 .304 .149

BIG EAST OVERTIME GAMES (45) Four Overtimes (1) Pittsburgh 36, Notre Dame 33

11/1/08

Three Overtimes (7) West Virginia 41, Rutgers 39 West Virginia 46, Louisville 44 Cincinnati 30, Temple 24 Syracuse 49, North Carolina 47 Syracuse 50, Virginia Tech 42 Auburn 37, Syracuse 34 Pittsburgh 41, West Virginia 38

12/2/06 10/15/05 9/20/03 9/6/03 11/9/02 9/28/02 11/28/97

Two Overtimes (12) Rutgers 19, Syracuse 16 Connecticut 33, Notre Dame 30 Navy 48, Pittsburgh 45 Connecticut 46, Pittsburgh 45 Syracuse 40, Wyoming 34 Iowa 20, Syracuse 13 Syracuse 38, Pittsburgh 31 Villanova 23, Temple 20 Ohio State 31, Miami 24 West Virginia 31, Rutgers 24 Pittsburgh 55, Rutgers 48 Miami 45, Boston College 44

10/1/11 11/21/09 10/10/07 11/11/06 9/30/06 9/9/06 11/6/04 9/6/03 1/3/03 11/11/00 10/25/97 10/18/97

One Overtime (25) Rutgers 20, USF 17 Syracuse 33, Toledo 30 Syracuse 36, Wake Forest 29 USF 23, Miami 20 USF 24, Louisville 21 Connecticut 16, West Virginia 13 Rutgers 23, Army 20 West Virginia 24, Marshall 21 Utah 27, Pittsburgh 24 Minnesota 23, Syracuse 20 Cincinnati 26, West Virginia 23 Colorado 17, West Virginia 14 USF 31, Central Florida 24 Connecticut 12, Temple 9 Illinois 33, Rutgers 30 Ohio 16, Pittsburgh 10 Pittsburgh 20, Boston College 17 Virginia Tech 24, Temple 23 Pittsburgh 19, Boston College 16 Pittsburgh 24, Syracuse 17 Rutgers 24, Syracuse 21 Boston College 30, Baylor 29 Virginia Tech 27, Miami 20 NC State 32, Syracuse 31 Houston 42, Pittsburgh 35

11/5/11 9/24/11 9/1/11 11/27/10 11/13/10 10/29/10 10/16/10 9/10/10 9/2/10 9/5/09 11/8/08 9/18/08 9/6/08 9/6/08 9/3/05 9/9/05 10/16/04 11/15/03 10/26/02 10/7/00 11/13/99 9/4/99 9/19/98 8/30/97 9/14/96


MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS 

CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE VICTORIES (Since 1991) WINS 27 14 13 12 11 10 10 9 8 8 8 8

SCHOOL Miami Virginia Tech Cincinnati Miami Syracuse Miami West Virginia Syracuse Pittsburgh Louisville West Virginia Virginia Tech

YEARS 1999-03 1998-00 2008-10 1991-93 1991-92 1995-96 2003-04 1997-98 2008-09 2005-06 2005-06 1995-96

STREAK Final three games of 1999, seven games in 2000, 2001 and 2002 and first three in 2003 Lost at Virginia Tech, 31-7 (11/1). Final game of 1998, seven games in 1999 and first six in 2000. Lost at Miami, 41-21 (11/4). Final five games of 2008, all seven games in 2009, first game of 2010. Both games in 1991, four games in 1992 and first six games in 1993. Lost at WVU, 17-14 (11/20). All five games in 1991 and first six games in 1992. Lost to Miami, 16-10 (11/21). Final six games of 1996, first four in 1997. Lost to Virginia Tech, 21-7 (11/16). Final six games of 2003 and first four in 2004. Final six games of 1997, first three of 1998. Lost to West Virginia, 35-28 (11/7). Last two games of 2008, first six games of 2009. Lost to Cincinnati 45-44 (12/5). Final five games of 2005, first three of 2006. Lost at Rutgers, 28-25 (11/9). Final six games of 2005, first two of 2006. Lost at Louisville, 44-34 (11/2). Final six games in 1995 through first two games in 1996. Lost at Syracuse, 52-21 (9/28).

OVERALL WINNING STREAKS Including bowl games WINS SCHOOL Miami 34 # 23 Miami 14 West Virginia 13 Virginia Tech 12 Cincinnati 12 Virginia Tech West Virginia 12 11 Miami 8 Syracuse West Virginia 8 8 Miami Boston College 8 8 Syracuse

YEARS 2000-02 1991-92 2005-06 1995-96 2009 1998-99 1992-93 1995-96 1997 1995-96 1994 1993 1991-92

STREAK Final 10 games in 2000, All 12 games in 2001, First 12 games of 2002. Lost to Ohio State 31-24 in double overtime in Fiesta Bowl (1/3/03). All 12 games in 1991, first 11 games in 1992. Lost to Alabama 34-13 in Sugar Bowl (1/1/93). Last seven games of 2005, first seven in 2006. Lost at Louisville, 44-34 (11/2). Last 10 games in 1995, first three games in 1996. Lost at Syracuse, 52-21 (9/28/96). First 12 games of 2009. Lost to Florida, 51-24, in Allstate Sugar Bowl (1/1/10) Last game of 1998, first 11 games in 1999. Lost to Florida State, 46-29, in Sugar Bowl (1/4/00). Last game in 1992, first 11 games in 1993. Lost to Florida, 41-7, in Sugar Bowl (1/1/94). Final seven games of 1995, first four in 1996. Lost to Florida State, 34-16 (10/12/96) Final eight games of 1997. Lost to Kansas State, 35-18 (12/31/97) Final game of 1995, first seven games in 1996. Lost to Miami, 10-7 (10/26/96) Last eight games in 1994. Lost to Nebraska, 24-17, in Orange Bowl (1/1/95). Third through tenth game of 1993. Lost to West Virginia, 17-14 (11/26). Last six games in 1991, first two games in 1992. Lost to Ohio State, 35-12 (9/19).

OVERALL REGULAR SEASON WINNING STREAKS

Not including bowl games WINS SCHOOL Miami 39 Miami ^ 26 19 Virginia Tech 18 Cincinnati 13 West Virginia Virginia Tech 12 12 West Virginia 11 Miami 8 Syracuse West Virginia 8 Miami 8 Boston College 8

YEARS 2000-03 1991-93 1999-00 2008-10 2005-06 1995-96 1992-94 1995-96 1997 1995-96 1994 1993

STREAK Final nine games of 2000 through first seven games of 2003. Lost at Virginia Tech, 31-7 (11/1). All 11 games in 1991 through first four games of 1993. Lost at Florida State, 28-10 (10/9). All 11 games in 1999 through first eight games in 2000. Lost at Miami, 41-21 (11/4). Last six games of 2008. All 12 games of 2009. Lost at Fresno State, 28-14 (9/4/10) Last six games of 2005, first seven in 2006. Lost at Louisville, 44-34 (11/2). Last 9 games in 1995 through first three games in 1996. Lost at Syracuse, 52-21 (9/28). Last game in 1992 through first game in 1994. Lost to Nebraska, 31-0, in Kickoff Classic (8/28). Final seven games of 1995, first four in 1996. Lost to Florida State, 34-16 (10/12/96) Final eight games of 1997. Lost to Tennessee, 34-33 (9/5). Final game of 1995, first seven games in 1996. Lost to Miami, 10-7 (10/26/96) Last eight regular season games of 1994. Lost 1995 season opener at UCLA, 31-8 (9/2). Third through 10th game of 1993. Lost to West Virginia, 17-14 (11/26).

# Actual streak was 29. Miami also won last six games of 1990. ^ Actual streak was 31. Miami also won last five regular season games of 1990.

CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE LOSSES LOSSES SCHOOL 27 Temple Rutgers 25

YEARS 1991-95 1999-03

STREAK All five games in 1991, six in ‘92, seven in ‘93 and ‘94 and first two games of ‘95 Defeated Pittsburgh, 29-27 (10/14). Final game of 1999, seven games in 2000, ‘01 and ‘02 and first three games of 2003. Won at Temple, 30-14 (10/25).

Annual Overall Records By BIG EAST Schools (Since 1991)

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

BC CIN UCONN LOU MIA PITT RU USF SU TEM VT WVU 4-7 - - - 12-0 6-5 6-5 - 10-2 2-9 5-6 6-5 8-3-1 - - - 11-1 3-9 7-4 - 10-2 1-10 2-8-1 5-4-2 9-3 - - - 9-3 3-8 4-7 - 6-4-1 1-10 9-3 11-1 7-4-1 - - - 10-2 3-8 5-5-1 - 7-4 2-9 8-4 7-6 4-8 - - - 8-3 2-9 4-7 - 9-3 1-10 10-2 5-6 5-7 - - - 9-3 4-7 2-9 - 9-3 1-10 10-2 8-4 4-7 - - - 5-6 6-6 0-11 - 9-4 3-8 7-5 7-5 4-7 - - - 9-3 2-9 5-6 - 8-4 2-9 9-3 8-4 8-4 - - - 9-4 5-6 1-10 - 7-5 2-9 11-1 4-7 7-5 - - - 11-1 7-5 3-8 - 6-5 4-7 11-1 7-5 8-4 - - - 12-0 6-5 2-9 - 9-3 4-7 8-3 3-8 12-1 9-4 - - - 9-4 1-11 - 4-8 4-8 10-4 9-4 8-5 - - - 8-5 5-7 - 6-6 1-11 8-5 8-5 11-2 9-3 - 8-4 - - 8-4 4-7 - 6-6 2-9 - 8-4 - 4-7 5-6 9-3 - 5-6 7-5 6-6 1-10 - - 11-1 - 8-5 4-8 12-1 - 6-6 11-2 9-4 4-8 - - 11-2 - 10-3 9-4 6-6 - 5-7 8-5 9-4 2-10 - - 11-2 - 11-3 8-5 5-7 - 9-4 8-5 8-5 3-9 - - 9-4 - 12-1 8-5 4-8 - 10-3 9-4 8-5 4-8 - - 9-4 - 4-8 8-5 7-6 - 8-5 4-8 8-5 8-5 - - 9-4 - 10-3 5-7 7-6 - 6-7 9-4 5-7 5-7 - - 10-3 93-71-1 59-30 55-44 50-37 128-29 122-128 105-139-1 53-36 134-116-1 30-126 108-48-1 166-88-2 .553 .662 .556 .575 .815 .488 .430 .535 .536 .192 .691 .652

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2011 OFFENSE

2010

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player WR Mohamed Sanu * WR Tavon Austin OT Justin Pugh OT Don Barclay OG Randy Martinez OG Art Forst OG Andrew Tiller C Moe Petrus TE Nick Provo QB Geno Smith RB Isaiah Pead * RB Ray Graham RB Antwon Bailey K Dave Teggart RS Tavon Austin *

School Rutgers West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia Cincinnati Rutgers Syracuse Connecticut Syracuse West Virginia Cincinnati Pittsburgh Syracuse Connecticut West Virginia

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Derek Wolfe DL Kendall Reyes DL Chandler Jones DL Bruce Irvin LB JK Schaffer LB Khaseem Greene LB Najee Goode CB Adrian Bushell CB Keith Tandy S Drew Frey S Hakeem Smith S Jarred Holley S Duron Harmon P Pat O’Donnell

Team Cincinnati Connecticut Syracuse West Virginia Cincinnati Rutgers West Virginia Louisville West Virginia Cincinnati Louisville Pittsburgh Rutgers Cincinnati

OFFENSE

WR WR OT OT OG OG C QB TE RB RB K RS

SECOND TEAM Alec Lemon Stedman Bailey Alex Hoffman Mike Ryan Desmond Wynn Jeremiah Warren Joe Madsen Zach Collaros Ryan Griffin Lyle McCombs Darrell Scott Maikon Bonani Jeremy Deering

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Trevardo Williams DL Chas Alecxih DL Aaron Donald DL Ryne Giddins LB Dexter Heyman LB Max Gruder LB Marquis Spruill CB Dwayne Gratz CB Antwuan Reed CB Logan Ryan CB Kayvon Webster S Jerrell Young S Eain Smith P Cole Wagner P Justin Doerner

Syracuse West Virginia Cincinnati Connecticut Rutgers USF West Virginia Cincinnati Connecticut Connecticut USF USF Rutgers Team Connecticut Pittsburgh Pittsburgh USF Louisville Pittsburgh Syracuse Connecticut Pittsburgh Rutgers USF USF West Virginia Connecticut Rutgers

OFFENSE

2009

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player WR Armon Binns WR Jon Baldwin OT Mike Ryan OT Jason Pinkston OG Zach Hurd * OG Mark Wetterer * C Sampson Genus TE Cameron Graham QB Zach Collaros * RB Jordan Todman * RB Bilal Powell K Dave Teggart RS Lindsey Lamar

School Cincinnati Pittsburgh Connecticut Pittsburgh Connecticut Louisville USF Louisville Cincinnati Connecticut Louisville Connecticut USF

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Kendall Reyes DL Jabaal Sheard * DL Terrell McClain DL Chris Neild LB Lawrence Wilson LB Doug Hogue LB J.T. Thomas CB Johnny Patrick CB Keith Tandy S Dom DeCicco S Robert Sands P Dan Hutchins

Pos. Player WR Mardy Gilyard WR Jonathan Baldwin OT Jason Pinkston OT Anthony Davis OG Zach Hurd OG John Malecki C Chris Jurek TE Dorin Dickerson QB Tony Pike QB Bill Stull RB Dion Lewis * RB Noel Devine * K Tyler Bitancurt RS Mardy Gilyard

School Cincinnati Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Rutgers Connecticut Pittsburgh Cincinnati Pittsburgh Cincinnati Pittsburgh Pittsburgh West Virginia West Virginia Cincinnati

Team Connecticut Pittsburgh USF West Virginia Connecticut Syracuse West Virginia Louisville West Virginia Pittsburgh West Virginia Pittsburgh

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Lindsey Witten DL Greg Romeus * DL Mick Williams DL Jason Pierre-Paul DL Arthur Jones LB Lawrence Wilson LB Adam Gunn LB Kion Wilson LB J.T. Thomas CB Aaron Berry CB Devin McCourty CB Brandon Hogan S Aaron Webster S Robert Sands P Rob Long

Team Connecticut Pittsburgh Pittsburgh USF Syracuse Connecticut Pittsburgh USF West Virginia Pittsburgh Rutgers West Virginia Cincinnati West Virginia Syracuse

OFFENSE

WR WR WR WR OT OT OL OL OL C TE QB RB RB K RS

SECOND TEAM D.J. Woods Dontavia Bogan Tavon Austin Jock Sanders Justin Pugh Don Barclay Jason Kelce Byron Stingily Jacob Sims Moe Petrus Ben Guidugli Geno Smith Isaiah Pead Delone Carter Ross Krautman Nick Williams

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Brandon Lindsey DL Chandler Jones DL Scooter Berry DL Bruce Irvin LB JK Schaffer LB Jacquain Williams LB Derrell Smith CB Mistral Raymond CB Brandon Hogan S Hakeem Smith S Jared Holley S Joe Lefeged P Rob Long

Cincinnati USF West Virginia West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia Cincinnati Louisville USF Connecticut Cincinnati West Virginia Cincinnati Syracuse Syracuse Connecticut Team Pittsburgh Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia Cincinnati USF Syracuse USF West Virginia Louisville Pittsburgh Rutgers Syracuse

* unanimous selection

OFFENSE

WR WR OT OT OG OG OG C TE TE QB RB RB K RS

SECOND TEAM Armon Binns Tim Brown Jeff Linkenbach Selvish Capers Alex Hoffman Jason Kelce Ryan Bartholomew Samson Genus Ben Guidugli Nate Byham Jarrett Brown Andre Dixon Jordan Todman Dan Hutchins Trent Guy

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Ricardo Mathews DL Gus Mustakus DL George Selvie DL Chris Neild LB Greg Lloyd LB Derrell Smith LB Reed Williams CB Robert McClain CB Jerome Murphy S Dom DeCicco S Nate Allen P Scott Kozlowski * unanimous selection

* unanimous selection

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Cincinnati Rutgers Cincinnati West Virginia Cincinnati Cincinnati Syracuse USF Cincinnati Pittsburgh West Virginia Connecticut Connecticut Pittsburgh Louisville Team Cincinnati Pittsburgh USF West Virginia Connecticut Syracuse West Virginia Connecticut USF Pittsburgh USF West Virginia


ALL-BIG EAST TEAMS 

2008 OFFENSE

Pos. WR WR OT OT OG OG C TE QB RB RB K KR/PR

Player Mardy Gilyard Kenny Britt Will Beatty Ryan Stanchek George Bussey C.J. Davis Eric Wood Nate Byham Pat White Donald Brown * LeSean McCoy * Conor Lee Mardy Gilyard

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Connor Barwin DL Cody Brown * DL George Selvie DL Arthur Jones LB Scott McKillop * LB Tyrone McKenzie * LB Mortty Ivy CB Mike Mickens * CB Darius Butler S Brandon Underwood S Courtney Greene P Kevin Huber

OFFENSE

WR WR WR OT OT OT OG OG C TE QB RB RB RB K KR/PR

2007

FIRST TEAM School Cincinnati Rutgers Connecticut West Virginia Louisville Pittsburgh Louisville Pittsburgh West Virginia Connecticut Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Cincinnati

Team Cincinnati Connecticut USF Syracuse Pittsburgh USF West Virginia Cincinnati Connecticut Cincinnati Rutgers Cincinnati

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE

Pos. WR WR OT OT OG OG C TE QB RB RB K KR/PR

Cincinnati Louisville West Virginia USF Rutgers Cincinnati USF Syracuse West Virginia USF Cincinnati Louisville Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia Louisville

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Terrill Byrd DL Greg Romeus DL Jamaal Westerman DL Scooter Berry LB Scott Lutrus LB Jon Dempsey LB Ryan D’Imperio CB Aaron Berry CB Ellis Lankster S Robert Vaughn S Carlton Williams P Pat McAfee

Team Cincinnati Pittsburgh Rutgers West Virginia Connecticut Louisville Rutgers Pittsburgh West Virginia Connecticut USF West Virginia

FIRST TEAM

School Louisville Rutgers Pittsburgh Rutgers Connecticut West Virginia Louisville Louisville West Virginia Rutgers Pittsburgh Louisville Syracuse

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Terrill Byrd DL Eric Foster DL George Selvie * DL Keilen Dykes LB Danny Lansanah LB Scott McKillop * LB Ben Moffitt CB Mike Mickens CB Mike Jenkins S Haruki Nakamura * S Eric Wicks P Kevin Huber

Pos. WR WR OT OT OT OG OG C TE QB RB RB K KR/PR

Team Cincinnati Rutgers USF West Virginia Connecticut Pittsburgh USF Cincinnati USF Cincinnati West Virginia Cincinnati

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Terrill Byrd DL Amobi Okoye * DL Eric Foster DL Keilen Dykes LB Kevin McCullough LB H.B. Blades LB Stephen Nicholas CB William Gay CB Darrelle Revis CB Trae Williams S Dominic Ross S Eric Wicks * P Joe Radigan

Pos. WR WR WR WR OT OT OG OG C QB RB RB K KR/PR

SECOND TEAM Player Marcus Barnett Kenny Britt Mike Williams Darius Reynaud George Bussey Pedro Sosa Trevor Canfield Ryan Schmidt Mike Dent Brian Brohm Andre Dixon Steve Slaton Pat McAfee Tyvon Branch

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Anthony Hoke DL Joe Clermond DL Arthur Jones DL Johnny Dingle LB Lamar Myles LB Tyrone McKenzie LB Marc Magro CB DeAngelo Smith CB Trae Williams S Courtney Greene S Joe Fields P Rob Long

School Cincinnati Rutgers Syracuse West Virginia Louisville Rutgers Cincinnati USF West Virginia Louisville Connecticut West Virginia West Virginia Connecticut Team Cincinnati Pittsburgh Syracuse West Virginia Louisville USF West Virginia Cincinnati USF Rutgers Syracuse Syracuse

* unanimous selection

* unanimous selection

OFFENSE

Player Harry Douglas Tiquan Underwood Jeff Otah Jeremy Zuttah Donald Thomas Greg Isdaner Eric Wood Gary Barnidge * Pat White * Ray Rice * LeSean McCoy Art Carmody Max Suter

OFFENSE

Dominick Goodman Doug Beaumont Jock Sanders Marc Dile Anthony Davis Trevor Canfield Matt Huners Ryan Durand Mike Dent Cedric Hill Tony Pike Victor Anderson Curtis Brinkley Noel Devine Pat McAfee Trent Guy

2006

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE

Pos. WR WR OT OT OG OG C TE QB RB RB K KR/PR

Player Harry Douglas Derek Kinder George Bussey Renardo Foster Jeremy Zuttah Kurt Quarterman Jeremy Sheffey Dan Mozes Clark Harris Patrick White Ray Rice Steve Slaton Art Carmody Ean Randolph

School Louisville Pittsburgh Louisville Louisville Rutgers Louisville West Virginia West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia Louisville USF Team Cincinnati Louisville Rutgers West Virginia Cincinnati Pittsburgh USF Louisville Pittsburgh USF Cincinnati West Virginia Rutgers

SECOND TEAM Player Mario Urrutia Darius Reynaud Pedro Sosa Ryan Stanchek Trevor Canfield Cameron Stephenson Eric Wood Brent Celek Brian Brohm Donald Brown II Brian Leonard Jeremy Ito Vaughn Rivers

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Rhema Fuller DL Joe Clermond DL Ramel Meekins DL Jamaal Westerman DL Jameel McClain LB Malik Jackson LB Devraun Thompson LB Kelvin Smith CB Mike Mickens CB Tanard Jackson S Brandon Sharp S Ron Girault S Courtney Greene P Adam Graessle

School Louisville West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia Cincinnati Rutgers Louisville Cincinnati Louisville Connecticut Rutgers Rutgers West Virginia Team Connecticut Pittsburgh Rutgers Rutgers Syracuse Louisville Rutgers Syracuse Cincinnati Syracuse Louisville Rutgers Rutgers Pittsburgh

* unanimous selection

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2005 OFFENSE

Pos. WR WR OT OG C OG OT TE QB RB RB PK KR/PR

Player Joshua Tinch * Greg Lee Garin Justice John Glass Dan Mozes Jason Spitz Travis Leffew Clark Harris Brian Brohm * Michael Bush Andre Hall Art Carmody Willie Foster

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Elvis Dumervil DL Ryan Neill DL Ryan LaCasse DL Ernest Hunter LB James Hargrave LB H.B. Blades LB Kevin McLee CB Bernard “Josh” Lay CB Darrelle Revis S Anthony Smith S Jahmile Addae S Mike Lorello P Brendan Carney

OFFENSE

Pos. WR WR OT OG C OG OT TE QB RB RB PK KR/PR

School Louisville Pittsburgh West Virginia Rutgers West Virginia Louisville Louisville Rutgers Louisville Louisville USF Louisville Rutgers Team Louisville Rutgers Syracuse West Virginia Connecticut Pittsburgh West Virginia Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia Syracuse

SECOND TEAM Player Mario Urrutia Tres Moses Theodric Watson Jeremy Sheffey John Miller Frank Davis Charles Spencer Dan Murray Tyler Palko Brian Leonard Steve Slaton Josh Cummings Antonio Lewis

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Rhema Fuller DL Deon McPhee DL Montavious Stanley DL Terrence Royal LB Corey Smith LB Brandon Johnson LB Stephen Nicholas CB Mike Mickens CB Mike Jenkins CB Anthony Mims S Tez Morris S Johnnie Jones S Eric Wicks P Phil Brady * unanimous selection

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2004

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE

Pos. WR WR OT OG C C OG OT TE QB RB RB RB PK KR/PR

DEFENSE

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB CB CB S S P

OFFENSE

School Louisville Rutgers USF West Virginia USF USF Pittsburgh Connecticut Pittsburgh Rutgers West Virginia Pittsburgh West Virginia Team Connecticut Connecticut Louisville USF Cincinnati Louisville USF Cincinnati USF West Virginia Pittsburgh USF West Virginia West Virginia

Pos. WR WR OT OG C OG OT OT TE QB QB RB RB PK KR/PR

DEFENSE

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB CB CB S S S P

2003

FIRST TEAM Player Tres Moses Chris Henry Rob Petitti * Dan Mozes Matt Tarullo Tim Brown Jeff Berk Adam Terry Clark Harris Rasheed Marshall Cornell Brockington Brian Leonard Walter Reyes Josh Cummings Adam Jones

School Rutgers West Virginia Pittsburgh West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia Syracuse Rutgers West Virginia Connecticut Rutgers Syracuse Pittsburgh West Virginia

Mathias Kiwanuka* Ben Lynch Ryan Neill Vince Crochunis Rian Wallace Alfred Fincher H.B. Blades Adam Jones* Justin Perkins Diamond Ferri Jahmile Addae Adam Graessle

Boston College West Virginia Rutgers Pittsburgh Temple Connecticut Pittsburgh West Virginia Connecticut Syracuse West Virginia Pittsburgh

SECOND TEAM Player Greg Lee Grant Adams Ryan Krug John Glass Pat Ross Charles Spencer Jeremy Trueblood Michael Watson David Kashetta Tyler Palko Walter Washington Damien Rhodes Kay-Jay Harris Matt Nuzie Will Blackmon

School Pittsburgh Boston College Connecticut Rutgers Boston College Pittsburgh Boston College West Virginia Boston College Pittsburgh Temple Syracuse West Virginia Connecticut Boston College

James Wyche Mike Mendenhall Tim Bulman Dan Stephens Ray Henderson Maurice Lloyd Adam Lehnortt Bernard “Josh” Lay Will Blackmon Anthony Smith Mike Lorello T.J. Stancil Brendan Carney

Syracuse Temple Boston College Pittsburgh Boston College Connecticut West Virginia Pittsburgh Boston College Syracuse West Virginia Boston College Syracuse

* unanimous selection

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OFFENSE

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player WR Larry Fitzgerald * WR Zamir Cobb OT Eric Winston OG Augie Hoffmann C Jake Grove OG Chris Snee OT Rob Petitti TE Kellen Winslow QB Rod Rutherford RB Kevin Jones * RB Quincy Wilson PK Jon Peattie KR/PR DeAngelo Hall

Team Pittsburgh Temple Miami Boston College Virginia Tech Boston College Pittsburgh Miami Pittsburgh Virginia Tech West Virginia Miami Virginia Tech

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Mathias Kiwanuka DL Vince Wilfork * DL Raheem Orr DL Louis Gachelin LB Jonathan Vilma * LB D.J. Williams LB Grant Wiley * CB Antrel Rolle CB DeAngelo Hall S Sean Taylor * S Brian King P Andy Lee *

Team Boston College Miami Rutgers Syracuse Miami Miami West Virginia Miami Virginia Tech Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player WR Ernest Wilford WR Chris Henry OT Adam Terry OG Vernon Carey C Nick Romeo OG Chris Myers OT Jeff Berk TE Kris Wilson QB Rasheed Marshall RB Derrick Knight RB Walter Reyes PK Collin Barber KR/PR Nate Jones

Team Virginia Tech West Virginia Syracuse Miami Syracuse Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh West Virginia Boston College Syracuse Syracuse Rutgers

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Doug Goodwin DL Christian Ferrara DL Nathaniel Adibi DL Cols Colas LB Rich Scanlon LB Rian Wallace LB Vegas Robinson CB Will Blackmon CB Adam Jones S Maurice Sikes S Michael Crawford P Brendan Carney

Team Boston College Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Syracuse Temple Virginia Tech Boston College West Virginia Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse

* unanimous selection


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2002 OFFENSE

Pos. Player WR Andre Johnson WR Larry Fitzgerald * OT Lance Nimmo OG Bryan Anderson C Brett Romberg OG Sherko Haji-Rasouli OT Mark Parenteau TE Kellen Winslow QB Ken Dorsey * RB Willis McGahee * RB Avon Cobourne PK Todd Sievers KR/PR Nate Jones DEFENSE Pos. Player DL William Joseph DL Jerome McDougle DL Claude Harriott DL Dan Klecko * LB Jonathan Vilma * LB Gerald Hayes LB Grant Wiley CB Antrel Rolle CB Torrie Cox * S Maurice Sikes S Sean Taylor P Andy Lee

OFFENSE

2001

FIRST TEAM Team Miami Pittsburgh West Virginia Pittsburgh Miami Miami Boston College Miami Miami Miami West Virginia Miami Rutgers Team Miami Miami Pittsburgh Temple Miami Pittsburgh West Virginia Miami Pittsburgh Miami Miami Pittsburgh

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player WR Jamel Riddle WR David Tyree WR Ernest Wilford OT Rob Petitti OG Anthony Davis C Dan Koppen OG Ken Sandor OT Carlos Joseph TE Sean Ryan QB Rod Rutherford RB Derrick Knight RB Lee Suggs PK Sandro Sciortino PK Cap Poklemba KR/PR Jamel Riddle KR/PR DeAngelo Hall

Team Syracuse Syracuse Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Boston College West Virginia Miami Boston College Pittsburgh Boston College Virginia Tech Boston College Temple Syracuse Virginia Tech

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Jamaal Green DL Louis Gachelin DL Nathaniel Adibi DL David Upchurch LB D.J. Williams LB Clifton Smith LB James Davis CB Shawn Seabrooks CB DeAngelo Hall S Willie Pile S Angel Estrada P Vinnie Burns

Team Miami Syracuse Virginia Tech West Virginia Miami Syracuse West Virginia Rutgers Virginia Tech Virginia Tech West Virginia Virginia Tech

OFFENSE

2000

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player WR Antonio Bryant * WR André Davis OT Bryant McKinnie * OG Martin Bibla C Brett Romberg OG Sean O’Connor OT Joaquin Gonzalez TE Jeremy Shockey * QB Ken Dorsey * RB William Green * RB Clinton Portis * PK Todd Sievers * KR/PR Phillip Buchanon

Team Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Miami Miami Miami Syracuse Miami Miami Miami Boston College Miami Miami Miami

Pos. Player WR Santana Moss WR Antonio Bryant OT Dave Kadela OG Joaquin Gonzalez C Jeff McCurley OG Paul Zukauskas OT Bryant McKinnie TE Jeremy Shockey QB Ken Dorsey RB Lee Suggs * RB William Green PK Mike Sutphin KR/PR Santana Moss

Team Miami Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Miami Pittsburgh Boston College Miami Miami Miami Virginia Tech Boston College Boston College Miami

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Jerome McDougle DL Dwight Freeney * DL Dan Klecko * DL David Pugh LB Jonathan Vilma LB Gerald Hayes LB Clifton Smith LB Ben Taylor CB Phillip Buchanon CB Ronyell Whitaker S Edward Reed * S Ramon Walker P Freddie Capshaw

Team Miami Syracuse Temple Virginia Tech Miami Pittsburgh Syracuse Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech Miami Pittsburgh Miami

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Damione Lewis * DL Dwight Freeney * DL David Pugh DL Bryant Knight LB Dan Morgan * LB Morlon Greenwood LB Clifton Smith LB Ben Taylor CB Will Allen CB Mike Rumph S Edward Reed S Al Blades P Freddie Capshaw

Team Miami Syracuse Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Miami Syracuse Syracuse Virginia Tech Syracuse Miami Miami Miami Miami

Pos. Player WR Andre Johnson WR Sean Dillard OT Marc Colombo OG Sherko Haji-Rasouli C Dan Koppen OG Mark Parenteau OT P.J. Alexander TE L.J. Smith QB Brian St. Pierre RB James Mungro RB Avon Cobourne PK Brenden Rauh KR/PR Shawn Terry

Team Miami Temple Boston College Miami Boston College Boston College Syracuse Rutgers Boston College Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia

OFFENSE

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Antonio Garay DL Sean Guthrie DL William Joseph DL Chad Beasley LB Scott Bradley LB Bryan Knight LB Kyle Kayden CB Mike Rumph CB Willie Ford S Quentin Harris S Rick Sherrod P Kevin McMyler P Mike Shafer

Team Boston College Boston College Miami Virginia Tech Boston College Pittsburgh West Virginia Miami Syracuse Syracuse West Virginia Boston College Syracuse

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

* unanimous selection

* unanimous selection

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player WR Reggie Wayne WR Khori Ivy OT Matt Lehr OG Paul LaQuerre C Dan Koppen OG Rich Mazza OT Michael Cook TE Browning Wynn TE Robert Ellis QB Michael Vick RB James Jackson RB Avon Cobourne PK Carter Warley KR/PR André Davis

Team Miami West Virginia Virginia Tech Boston College Boston College Rutgers Boston College Virginia Tech Boston College Virginia Tech Miami West Virginia Virginia Tech Virginia Tech

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Duke Pettijohn DL Russell Newman DL Chad Beasley DL Eric Downing DL Rickie Simpkins LB Gerald Hayes LB LaVar Talley LB Wesley Robertson CB Leonard Myers CB Ronyell Whitaker S Ramon Walker S Cory Bird P Mark Fazzolari

Team Syracuse Temple Virginia Tech Syracuse Syracuse Pittsburgh Temple Rutgers Miami Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Virginia Tech West Virginia

* unanimous selection

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1999 OFFENSE

1998

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE

1997

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player WR Latef Grim WR Santana Moss OT Mark Baniewicz OG Richard Mercier C Ty Wise OG Shaun O’Hara OT Darnell Alford TE Daniel Franks QB Michael Vick RB Shyrone Stith* RB Avon Cobourne RB Cedric Washington PK Shayne Graham * KR/PR Ricky Hall

Team Pittsburgh Miami Syracuse Miami Miami Rutgers Boston College Miami Virginia Tech Virginia Tech West Virginia Boston College Virginia Tech Virginia Tech

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Corey Moore * DL Chris Hovan * DL John Engelberger DL Duke Pettijohn LB Barrett Green * LB Keith Bulluck LB Nate Webster CB Hank Poteat CB Anthony Midget S Ramon Walker S Pedro Cirino P Jimmy Kibble

Pos. Player QB Donovan McNabb * RB Mike Cloud RB Edgerrin James RB Amos Zereoue WR Shawn Foreman WR Latef Grim WR Kevin Johnson OT Solomon Page OG Doug Brzezinski C Eric de Groh OG Scott Kiernan OT Richard Mercier TE Daniel Franks PK Shayne Graham KR Kevin Johnson *

Team Syracuse Boston College Miami West Virginia West Virginia Pittsburgh Syracuse West Virginia Boston College West Virginia Syracuse Miami Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse

Team Virginia Tech Boston College Virginia Tech Syracuse West Virginia Syracuse Miami Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Boston College Virginia Tech

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Derrick Ham DL Chris Hovan DL Corey Moore * DL John Thornton LB Dan Morgan LB Gary Stills LB Nate Webster CB Loren Johnson S Phil Nash S Pierson Prioleau CB Hank Poteat P Jimmy Kibble P Jason Malecki

Team Miami Boston College Virginia Tech West Virginia Miami West Virginia Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Boston College

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player WR André Davis WR Khori Ivy OT Tim Leach OG Paul Zukauskas C Keith Short OG Matt Lehr OT Dave Kadela TE Anthony Becht QB Marc Bulger RB James Jackson RB Kevan Barlow PK Jay Taylor KR/PR Santana Moss

Team Virginia Tech West Virginia Temple Boston College Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Virginia Tech West Virginia West Virginia Miami Pittsburgh West Virginia Miami

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Damione Lewis DL Demond Gibson DL Wayne Hampton LB Michael Hawkes LB Dan Morgan LB Jamel Smith LB Frank Chamberlin CB Mike Rumph CB Ike Charlton S Edward Reed S Al Blades P Mark Fazzolari P Greg DeBolt

Team Miami Pittsburgh Rutgers Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech Boston College Miami Virginia Tech Miami Miami West Virginia Pittsburgh

* unanimous selection

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player QB Marc Bulger RB Rob Konrad RB Stacey Mack WR Santana Moss WR David Saunders OT Bryan Pukenas OG Dwight Vick C Damien Woody OG Shaun O’Hara OT Derek Smith TE Anthony Becht PK Nate Trout KR Elmarko Jackson KR Tosh Riddick

Team West Virginia Syracuse Temple Miami West Virginia West Virginia Virginia Tech Boston College Rutgers Virginia Tech West Virginia Syracuse Temple Rutgers

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL John Engelberger DL Wayne Hampton DL Nat Williams LB Keith Bulluck LB Phil Clarke LB Barrett Green LB Jamel Smith CB Charles Fisher S Keion Carpenter S Jason Poles CB Leonard Myers P Doug Dunkin

Team Virginia Tech Rutgers Virginia Tech Syracuse Pittsburgh West Virginia Virginia Tech West Virginia Virginia Tech Syracuse Miami Syracuse

* unanimous selection

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OFFENSE

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player QB Donovan McNabb RB Edgerrin James RB Amos Zereoue WR Shawn Foreman WR Quinton Spotwood OL Solomon Page OL Gennaro DiNapoli OL Todd Washington OL Doug Brzezinski OL Tony Orlandini TE Todd Pollack PK Shayne Graham RS Quinton Spotwood

Team Syracuse Miami West Virginia West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Boston College Pittsburgh Boston College Virginia Tech Syracuse

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Kerwin Hairston DL Chris Hovan DL Henry Slay DL John Thornton LB Antwaune Ponds LB Gary Stills LB Erik Storz CB Duane Starks S Donovin Darius * S Pierson Prioleau CB Nate Terry P Jimmy Kibble

Team Virginia Tech Boston College West Virginia West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia Boston College Miami Syracuse Virginia Tech West Virginia Virginia Tech

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player QB Pete Gonzalez RB Ken Oxendine RB Dwayne Schulters WR Terry Murphy WR Reggie Wayne OL Jon Marzoch OL Eric de Groh OL Damien Woody OL Kerlin Blaise OL Brad Patkochis TE Daniel Franks TE Roland Williams PK Jay Taylor RS Kevin Johnson

Team Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Miami Pittsburgh West Virginia Boston College Miami Syracuse Miami Syracuse West Virginia Syracuse

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Larry Chester DL John Engelberger DL Frank Moore LB Phil Clarke LB John Hadley LB Brian Sheridan LB Steve Tate CB Rod Gadson S Pedro Cirino S Tebucky Jones CB Excel Lucas P Josh Boies P Jared Slovan

Team Temple Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Pittsburgh West Virginia Rutgers Virginia Tech Syracuse Boston College Syracuse Temple Temple Rutgers

* unanimous selection


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1996 OFFENSE

Pos. Player QB Donovan McNabb QB Jim Druckenmiller RB Ken Oxendine RB Amos Zereoue WR David Saunders WR Van Johnson OL J Ina OL Mark Nori OL K.C. Jones OL Billy Conaty OL Shelton Prescott TE Bryan Jennings PK Shayne Graham RS Jim Turner DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Stalin Colinet DL Kenny Holmes DL Cornell Brown DL Canute Curtis* LB James Burgess LB Twan Russell LB Nate Hemsley LB Alshermond Singleton CB Kevin Abrams * CB Mike Logan S Donovin Darius * S Vann Washington P Nate Cochran

OFFENSE

1995

FIRST TEAM Team Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech West Virginia West Virginia Temple Miami Boston College Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Syracuse Team Boston College Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Miami Miami Syracuse Temple Syracuse West Virginia Syracuse West Virginia Pittsburgh

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player QB Donovan McNabb * RB Danyell Ferguson * RB Terrell Willis WR Jammi German WR Marvin Harrison OT Robert Barr OG John Summerday C K.C. Jones OG Chris Malone OT Pete Kendall * TE Marco Battaglia * PK Chris Ferencik RS Marvin Harrison

Team Syracuse Miami Rutgers Miami Syracuse Rutgers Temple Miami Virginia Tech Boston College Rutgers Pittsburgh Syracuse

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Cornell Brown * DL J.C. Price DL Tim Morabito DL Kenny Holmes LB George DelRicco LB Tom Tumulty LB Ray Lewis* LB Lance Johnstone CB Aaron Beasley * S William Yarborough S Donovin Darius CB Kevin Abrams P Sean Reali

Team Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Boston College Miami Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Miami Temple West Virginia Virginia Tech Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse

OFFENSE

Pos. Player QB Ryan Clement RB Omari Walker RB Malcolm Thomas WR Yatil Green WR Rahsaan Vanterpool OL Jay Hagood OL Mike Horn OL T.J. Washington OL Scott Kiernan OL Dan Oriskovich TE Chris Jones PK Andy Crosland PK Nathan Trout RS Mike Logan

Team Miami Boston College Syracuse Miami West Virginia Virginia Tech West Virginia Virginia Tech Syracuse Boston College Miami Miami Syracuse West Virginia

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Kenard Lang DL Antonio Anderson DL Bernard Russ DL Henry Slay LB Antwaune Ponds LB Myron Newsome LB Brandon Semones CB Earl Little CB Antonio Banks S Tremain Mack S Torrian Gray P Sean Reali

Team Miami Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia Syracuse Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse

* unanimous selection

OFFENSE

1994

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE

Pos. Player QB Kevin Mason RB Billy West * RB Terrell Willis WR Chris T. Jones WR Marvin Harrison OT Reuben Brown * OG Tom Robsock C K.C. Jones * OG Greg Landry OT Pete Kendall TE Pete Mitchell * PK Ryan Williams RS Jammi German

Team Syracuse Pittsburgh Rutgers Miami Syracuse Pittsburgh West Virginia Miami Boston College Boston College Boston College Virginia Tech Miami

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Mike Mamula * DL Barry Hawkins DL Warren Sapp * LB Stephen Boyd * LB Ken Brown LB Ray Lewis LB Dan Conley CB Aaron Beasley S C.J. Richardson S Torrian Gray CB Carlos Jones P Todd Sauerbrun *

Team Boston College West Virginia Miami Boston College Virginia Tech Miami Syracuse West Virginia Miami Virginia Tech Miami West Virginia

OFFENSE

Pos. Player QB Jim Druckenmiller RB Malcolm Thomas RB Dwayne Thomas WR Dietrich Jells WR Rahsaan Vanterpool OL Jay Hagood OL Cy Ellsworth C Billy Conaty OL Alan Symonette OL Mark Nori OL Chris Kennedy TE Lovett Purnell PK Olindo Mare RS Kenyatta Watson

Team Virginia Tech Syracuse Virginia Tech Pittsburgh West Virginia Virginia Tech Syracuse Virginia Tech Miami Boston College Rutgers West Virginia Syracuse Boston College

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Kenard Lang DL Mike Halapin DL Canute Curtis LB J.T. Thomas LB Willie Brown LB Antwuane Ponds LB Brandon Semones CB Carlos Jones S Torrian Gray S Vann Washington CB Daryl Porter P Nate Cochran

Team Miami Pittsburgh West Virginia West Virginia Temple Syracuse Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia Boston College Pittsburgh

* unanimous selection

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player QB Henry Burris RB Kirby Dar Dar RB James Stewart RB David Green WR Antonio Freeman WR Rahsaan Vanterpool WR Billy Davis OL Melvin Tuten OL Ken Dammann C John Summerday OL Tirrell Greene OL Dave Wohlabaugh TE Marco Battaglia PK Dane Prewitt PK Bryan Baumann RS Antonio Freeman

Team Temple Syracuse Miami Boston College Virginia Tech West Virginia Pittsburgh Syracuse Rutgers Temple Miami Syracuse Rutgers Miami West Virginia Virginia Tech

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Robert Sneathen DL Tom Barndt DL Cornell Brown DL Pat Riley DL Tim Morabito LB Lance Johnstone LB Corwin Francis LB Matt Taffoni DB Chad Wilson DB Mark Washington DB Antonio Banks DB William Yarborough DB Malcolm Pearson P Jeff Beckley

Team Rutgers Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Miami Boston College Temple Miami West Virginia Miami Rutgers Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Miami Boston College

* unanimous selection

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1993 OFFENSE

Pos. Player QB Glenn Foley RB Curtis Martin RB Terrell Willis WR Chris Brantley WR Shelby Hill WR Chris T. Jones OT Rich Braham OG Tom Robsock C Jim Pyne OG Tirrell Greene OT Tre Johnson TE Pete Mitchell * PK Pat O’Neill RS Mike Baker DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Darren Krein * DL Kevin Mitchell DL Kevin Patrick DL Warren Sapp LB Stephen Boyd * LB Tim Brown LB Tom Tumulty DB Terris Harris DB Tyronne Drakeford DB Dwayne Joseph DB Dexter Seigler * P Todd Sauerbrun

OFFENSE

1992

FIRST TEAM Team Boston College Pittsburgh Rutgers Rutgers Syracuse Miami West Virginia West Virginia Virginia Tech Miami Temple Boston College Syracuse West Virginia Team Miami Syracuse Miami Miami Boston College West Virginia Pittsburgh Miami Virginia Tech Syracuse Miami West Virginia

OFFENSE

Pos. Player QB Gino Torretta * RB Chuckie Dukes RB Adrian Murrell * WR James Guarantano WR Lamar Thomas OT Mario Cristobal OG Terrence Wisdom C Mike Compton OG Lorenzo Styles OT Dan Britten TE Chris Gedney * PK John Biskup RS Lew Lawhorn

Team Miami Boston College West Virginia Rutgers Miami Miami Syracuse West Virginia West Virginia Boston College Syracuse Syracuse Temple

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Mark Caesar DL Kevin Mitchell DL Kevin Patrick DL John Stolberg LB Micheal Barrow * LB Tom McManus LB Darrin Smith CB Tyronne Drakeford CB Ryan McNeil S Charlie Brennan S Mike Collins P Todd Sauerbrun

Team Miami Syracuse Miami Boston College Miami Boston College Miami Virginia Tech Miami Boston College West Virginia West Virginia

OFFENSE

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player QB Jake Kelchner RB Darnell Campbell RB Robert Walker WR Antonio Freeman WR Marvin Harrison OT Reuben Brown OG Greg Landry C Tom Nalen OG Rudy Barber OT Scott Vaughn TE John Burke PK Todd Sauerbrun RS Terrell Willis

Team West Virginia Boston College West Virginia Virginia Tech Syracuse Pittsburgh Boston College Boston College Miami Rutgers Virginia Tech West Virginia Rutgers

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Tom Barndt DL Andrew Beckett DL Barry Hawkins LB Ken Brown LB Lance Johnstone LB Rohan Marley LB Wes Richardson DB Mike Collins DB Maurice Williams DB Joe Kamara DB Michael Reed DB David Mayfield P Pat O’Neill

Team Pittsburgh Rutgers West Virginia Virginia Tech Temple Miami West Virginia West Virginia Pittsburgh Boston College Boston College West Virginia Syracuse

1991

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player QB Marvin Graves RB Craig Mitter RB David Walker WR Shelby Hill WR Qadry Ismail OL Reuben Brown OL Kipp Vickers C Jim Pyne OL Chris Sestili OL Tre Johnson TE Coleman Bell PK Mike Vanderjagt RS Kevin Williams

Team Syracuse Rutgers Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Pittsburgh Miami Virginia Tech Pittsburgh Temple Miami West Virginia Miami

DEFENSE Pos. Player DL Tom Briggs DL Lance Johnstone DL Darren Krein DL Mike Marinaro LB Jesse Armstead LB Shawn Williams LB Glen Young CB Dwayne Joseph CB Vernon Lewis S Jay Bellamy S Casey Greer S Bob Grosvenor P Pat O’Neill

Team West Virginia Temple Miami Boston College Miami Rutgers Syracuse Syracuse Pittsburgh Rutgers Miami Syracuse Syracuse

* unanimous selection

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FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player QB Gino Torretta RB David Walker * RB Adrian Murrell WR Qadry Ismail WR Lamar Thomas OT Leon Searcy OG Brian Krulikowski C Mike Compton OG Jeff Christy OT Eugene Chung TE Mark Chmura PK Carlos Huerta RS Kevin Williams

DEFENSE

Pos. Player DL George Rooks DL Sean Gilbert DL Rusty Medearis DL Keith Hamilton LB Tom McManus LB Elnardo Webster LB Darrin Smith CB Steve Israel * CB Ryan McNeil S Darryl Williams S Malik Jackson P Pat O’Neill

SECOND TEAM

* unanimous selection

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OFFENSE

Team Miami Syracuse West Virginia Syracuse Miami Miami Temple West Virginia Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Boston College Miami Miami Team Syracuse Pittsburgh Miami Pittsburgh Boston College Rutgers Miami Pittsburgh Miami Miami Rutgers Syracuse

SECOND TEAM

Pos. Player QB Alex Van Pelt RB Stephen McGuire RB Chuckie Dukes WR James Guarantano WR Chris Bouyer OT Tre Johnson OG William Boatwright C Travis Broadbent OG Terrence Wisdom OT John Ray TE David Moore PK John Biskup RS Qadry Ismail RS Bo Campbell

DEFENSE

Pos. Player DL John Stolberg DL Swift Burch DL Kevin Mitchell DL Jim Gray LB Ricardo McDonald LB Micheal Barrow LB Steve Grant CB Greg Walker CB Tyronne Drakeford S Tim Sandquist S Jay Bellamy P Trent Thompson * unanimous selection

Team Pittsburgh Miami Boston College Rutgers Pittsburgh Temple Virginia Tech Rutgers Syracuse West Virginia Pittsburgh Syracuse Syracuse Virginia Tech Team Boston College Temple Syracuse West Virginia Pittsburgh Miami West Virginia Syracuse Virginia Tech Syracuse Rutgers Temple


BIG EAST AWARDS 

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2011 Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati, Sr. 2010 Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut, Jr. * 2009 Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh, Fr. 2008 Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut, Jr. 2007 Pat White, QB, West Virginia, Jr. 2006 Pat White, QB, West Virginia, So. 2005 Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville, So. 2004 Rasheed Marshall, QB, West Virginia, Sr. 2003 Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh, So. 2002 Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Sr. Willis McGahee, RB, Miami, So. 2001 William Green, RB, Boston College, Jr. Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Jr. 2000 Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh, So. Santana Moss, WR, Miami, Sr. Lee Suggs, RB, Virginia Tech, So. 1999 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, Fr. 1998 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Sr. 1997 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Jr. 1996 Jim Druckenmiller, QB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, So. 1995 Marco Battaglia, TE, Rutgers, Sr. 1994 Billy West, RB, Pittsburgh, So. 1993 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Sr. 1992 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Sr.* 1991 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Jr.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2011 Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati, Sr. Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers, Jr. 2010 Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2009 Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh, Jr. Mick Williams, DT, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2008 Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2007 George Selvie, DE, USF, So. 2006 H.B. Blades, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. 2005 Elvis Dumervil, DE, Louisville, Sr. 2004 Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College, Jr. 2003 Sean Taylor, FS, Miami, Jr. 2002 Dan Klecko, DL, Temple, Sr. 2001 Edward Reed, SS, Miami, Sr. Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse, Sr. 2000 Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, Sr.* 1999 Corey Moore, DE, Virginia Tech, Sr.* 1998 Corey Moore, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. 1997 Donovin Darius, S, Syracuse, Sr. 1996 Canute Curtis, DL, West Virginia, Sr. 1995 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. 1994 Warren Sapp, DL, Miami, Jr. 1993 Kevin Patrick, DE, Miami, Sr. 1992 Micheal Barrow, LB, Miami, Sr. 1991 Darrin Smith, LB, Miami, Jr. George Rooks, DT, Syracuse, Sr.

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2011 Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia, Jr. 2010 Lindsey Lamar, WR, USF, So. 2009 Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati, Sr. 2008 Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati, Jr. 2007 Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati, Jr. 2006 Ean Randolph, USF, RS, Sr. 2005 Willie Foster, Rutgers, RS/WR, Jr. 2004 Adam Jones, West Virginia, RS/DB, Jr. 2003 Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh, Sr. DeAngelo Hall, PR, Virginia Tech, Jr. 2002 Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh, Jr. Nate Jones, KR, Rutgers, Jr. 2001 Phillip Buchanon, PR/KR, Miami, Jr. 2000 Santana Moss, PR, Miami, Sr.* 1999 Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, Sr. 1998 Kevin Johnson, KR, Syracuse, Sr.* 1997 Quinton Spotwood, KR, Syracuse, So.* 1996 Tremain Mack, RS, Miami, Sr.* 1995 Marvin Harrison, RS, Syracuse, Sr. 1994 Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia, Sr.* 1993 Pat O’Neill, P/PK, Syracuse, Sr. 1992 John Biskup, PK, Syracuse, Sr. 1991 Kevin Williams, RS, Miami, So.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

2011 Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville * 2010 Hakeem Smith, S, Louisville 2009 Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh 2008 Victor Anderson, RB, Louisville 2007 LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh * 2006 Matt Grothe, QB, USF 2005 Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia 2004 Brian Toal, LB, Boston College 2003 Chris Henry, WR, West Virginia 2002 Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh 2001 Kevin Jones, RB, Virginia Tech 2000 Grant Wiley, LB, West Virginia 1999 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech 1998 Joaquin Gonzalez, OT, Miami 1997 Reggie Wayne, WR, Miami 1996 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia* 1995 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse* 1994 Kenard Lang, DE, Miami 1993 Terrell Willis, RB, Rutgers 1992 Bruce Presley, RB, Rutgers 1991 Tom Tumulty, LB, Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh’s LeSean McCoy was unanimously chosen as BIG EAST Rookie of the Year in 2007.

COACH OF THE YEAR

2011 Butch Jones, Cincinnati 2010 Randy Edsall, Connecticut Charlie Strong, Louisville 2009 Brian Kelly, Cincinnati 2008 Brian Kelly, Cincinnati 2007 Brian Kelly, Cincinnati 2006 Greg Schiano, Rutgers 2005 Rich Rodriguez, West Virginia 2004 Walt Harris, Pittsburgh 2003 Rich Rodriguez, West Virginia* 2002 Larry Coker, Miami 2001 Larry Coker, Miami 2000 Butch Davis, Miami 1999 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech 1998 Terry Shea, Rutgers 1997 Walt Harris, Pittsburgh 1996 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech 1995 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech* 1994 Dennis Erickson, Miami 1993 Don Nehlen, West Virginia* 1992 Dennis Erickson, Miami 1991 Dennis Erickson, Miami*

Kevin Huber became the first Cincinnati player to earn a major BIG EAST honor when he was named Special Teams Player of the Year in 2007.

* unanimous selection

Pat White of West Virginia was a two-time BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year.

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ALL-BIG EAST TEAMS 

UNANIMOUS ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS 2011 OFFENSE Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers Tvaon Austin, RS, West Virginia 2010

OFFENSE Zach Collaros, QB, Cincinnati Zach Hurd, OG, Connecticut Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut Mark Wetterer, OG, Louisville DEFENSE Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh

2009

OFFENSE Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia DEFENSE Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh

2008

OFFENSE Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh DEFENSE Cody Brown, DE, Connecticut Tyrone McKenzie, LB, USF Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati

2007

OFFENSE Pat White, QB, West Virginia Ray Rice, RB, Rutgers Gary Barnidge, TE, Louisville DEFENSE George Selvie, DE, USF Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh Haruki Nakamura, S, Cincinnati

2006 DEFENSE Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville Eric Wicks, S, West Virginia 2005 OFFENSE Joshua Tinch, WR, Louisville 2004

OFFENSE Rob Petitti, OT, Pittsburgh DEFENSE Mathias Kiwanuka, DL, Boston College Adam Jones, CB, West Virginia

2003

OFFENSE Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh Rod Rutherford, QB, Pittsburgh Kevin Jones, RB, Virginia Tech DEFENSE Vince Wilfork, DL, Miami Jonathan Vilma, LB, Miami Grant Wiley, LB, West Virginia Sean Taylor, FS, Miami Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh

2002

OFFENSE Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami Willis McGahee, RB, Miami DEFENSE Dan Klecko, DL, Temple Jonathan Vilma, LB, Miami Torrie Cox, DB, Pittsburgh

2001

OFFENSE Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh Bryant McKinnie, OT, Miami Jeremy Shockey, TE, Miami Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami William Green, RB, Boston College Clinton Portis, RB, Miami Todd Sievers, PK, Miami Brian St. Pierre, QB, DEFENSE Dwight Freeney, DL, Syracuse Dan Klecko, DL, Temple Edward Reed, SS, Miami

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2000

OFFENSE Lee Suggs, RB, Virginia Tech DEFENSE Damione Lewis, DL, Miami Dwight Freeney, DL, Syracuse Dan Morgan, LB, Miami

1999

OFFENSE Shyrone Stith, RB, Virginia Tech Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech DEFENSE Corey Moore, DE, Virginia Tech Chris Hovan, DL, Boston College Barrett Green, LB, West Virginia

1998

OFFENSE Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse Kevin Johnson, KR, Syracuse DEFENSE Corey Moore, DE, Virginia Tech

1997 DEFENSE Donovin Darius, S, Syracuse 1996

DEFENSE Canute Curtis, DL, West Virginia Kevin Abrams, CB, Syracuse Donovin Darius, S, Syracuse

1995

OFFENSE Marco Battaglia, TE, Rutgers Danyell Ferguson, RB, Miami Pete Kendall, OT, Boston College Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse DEFENSE Aaron Beasley, DB, West Virginia Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech Ray Lewis, LB, Miami

1994 OFFENSE Reuben Brown, OT, Pittsburgh K.C. Jones, C, Miami Pete Mitchell, TE, Boston College Billy West, RB, Pittsburgh

DEFENSE Stephen Boyd, LB, Boston College Mike Mamula, DL, Boston College Warren Sapp, DL, Miami Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia

1993 OFFENSE Pete Mitchell, TE, Boston College DEFENSE Stephen Boyd, LB, Boston College Darren Krein, DL, Miami Dexter Seigler, DB, Miami 1992 OFFENSE Chris Gedney, TE, Syracuse Adrian Murrell, RB, West Virginia Gino Torretta, QB, Miami DEFENSE Micheal Barrow, LB, Miami 1991 OFFENSE Leon Searcy, OT, Miami David Walker, RB, Syracuse DEFENSE Steve Israel, CB, Pittsburgh

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FOUR-TIME ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS (2) Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech (1996-97-98-99) Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse (1995-96-97-98) THREE-TIME ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS (14) Art Carmody, K, Louisvile (2005-06-07) H.B. Blades, LB, Pittsburgh (2004-05-06) Clark Harris, TE, Rutgers (2004-05-06) Dan Mozes, C, West Virginia (2004-05-06) Jonathan Vilma, LB, Miami (2001-02-03) Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami (2000-01-02) Donovin Darius, S, Syracuse (1995-96-97) Chris Hovan, DL, Boston College (1997-98-99) K.C. Jones, C, Miami (1994-95-96) Jimmy Kibble, P, Virginia Tech (1997-98-99) Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia (1992-93-94) Pat White, QB, West Virginia (2006-07-08) Terrell Willis, RB, Rutgers (1993-94-95) Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia (1996-97-98) TWO-TIME ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS There have been 88 two-time first team selections in BIG EAST history. Four players were recognized for a second time last season. FRESHMAN ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS (23) First Team Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh (2009) * LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh (2007) Max Suter, KR, Syracuse (2007) Jon Peattie, PK, Miami (2003) Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh (2002) * Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech (1999) Avon Cobourne, RB, West Virginia (1999) Ramon Walker, DB, Pittsburgh (1999) Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia (1996) Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech (1996) Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse (1995) Chris Ferencik, PK, Pittsburgh (1995) Second Team Lyle McCombs, RB, Connecticut (2011) Hakeem Smith, S, Louisville (2010) Marcus Barnett, WR, Cincinnati (2007) Rob Long, P, Syracuse (2007) Donald Brown II, RB, Connecticut (2006) Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville (2005) Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia (2005) Corey Smith, LB, Cincinnati (2005) Mike Mickens, DB, Cincinnati (2005) Brendan Carney, P, Syracuse (2003) Carter Warley, PK, Virginia Tech (2000) Mark Fazzolari, P, West Virginia (1999) Tosh Riddick, KR, Rutgers (1998) Daniel Franks, TE, Miami (1997) Reggie Wayne, WR, Miami (1997) Terrell Willis, RB, Rutgers (1993) Lance Johnston, DL, Temple (1992) * unanimous selection


WEEKLY AWARDS 

2011

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 5 Ray Graham, Pittsburgh, RB Sept. 12 B.J. Daniels, USF, QB Sept. 19 Geno Smith, West Virginia, QB Sept. 26 Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, WR Oct. 3 Ray Graham, Pittsburgh, RB Oct. 10 Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, WR Oct. 17 Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, RB Oct. 24 Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, QB Oct. 31 Tino Sunseri, Pittsburgh, QB Nov. 7 Geno Smith, West Virginia, QB Nov. 14 Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, WR Nov. 21 Jawan Jamison, Rutgers, RB Nov. 28 Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville, QB Dec. 5 Anthony McClung, Cincinnati, WR DATE DEFENSE Sept. 5 Jerrell Young, USF, S Sept. 12 Phillip Thomas, Syracuse, S Sept. 19 Dexter Heyman, Louisville, LB Sept. 26 JK Schaffer, Cincinnati, LB Oct. 3 Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers, LB Oct. 10 Logan Ryan, Rutgers, CB Oct. 17 Byron Jones, Connecticut, CB Oct. 24 Chandler Jones, Syracuse, DE Oct. 31 Preston Brown, Louisville, LB Nov. 7 Khaseem Greene, Rutgers, LB Nov. 14 Julian Miller, West Virginia, DT Nov. 21 Dexter Heyman, Louisville, LB Nov. 28 Julian Miller, West Virginia, DT Dec. 5 Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh, LB DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5

SPECIAL TEAMS Tavon Austin, West Virginia, WR Mark Joyce, USF, S Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia, K Pat O’Donnell, Cincinnati, P Jamal Merrell, Rutgers, LB Ross Krautman, Syracuse, K Brandon Jones, Rutgers, CB Dorian Graham, Syracuse, WR Chris Philpott, Louisville, K Adrian Bushell, Louisville, CB Eain Smith, West Virginia, S Adrian Bushell, Louisville, CB Corey Smith, West Virginia, P Tavon Austin, West Virginia, WR

2010

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 6 Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse Sept. 13 Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia Sept. 20 Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia Sept. 27 Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse Oct. 4 Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh Oct. 11 Chas Dodd, QB, Rutgers Oct. 18 Armon Binns, WR, Cincinnati Oct. 25 B.J. Daniels, QB, USF Nov. 1 Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut Nov. 8 Jeremy Wright, RB, Louisville Nov. 15 Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia Nov. 22 Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati Nov. 29 Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut Dec. 6 Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh DATE DEFENSE Sept. 6 Mike Holmes, CB, Syracuse Sept. 13 Joe Lefeged, SS, Rutgers Sept. 20 Bruce Irvin, DE, West Virginia Sept. 27 Sio Moore, LB, Connecticut Oct. 4 Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut Oct. 11 Max Suter, S, Syracuse Oct. 18 Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia Oct. 25 Doug Hogue, LB, Syracuse Nov. 1 Sio Moore, LB, Connecticut Nov. 8 Jacquian Williams, LB, USF Nov. 15 Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut Nov. 22 Brandon Mills, LB, Cincnnati Nov. 29 Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia Dec. 6 J.T. Thomas, LB, West Virginia

DATE Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6

SPECIAL TEAMS Brandon Bing, CB, Rutgers Joe Lefeged, SS, Rutgers Mike Holmes, CB, Syracuse Terrence Mitchell, DB, USF Dan Hutchins, K/P, Pittsburgh San San Te, K, Rutgers Dan Hutchins, K/P, Pittsburgh Chris Philpott, K, Louisville Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut Maikon Bonani, K, USF Ross Krautman, K, Syracuse Gregg Pugnetti, P, West Virginia Justin Brockhaus-Kann, P, USF Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut

2009

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 7 Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati Sept. 14 Jarrett Brown, QB, West Virginia Sept. 21 Mike Williams, WR, Syracuse Sept. 28 Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati Oct. 5 Bill Stull, QB, Pittsburgh Oct. 12 Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia Oct. 19 Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh Oct. 26 Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia Nov. 2 Tim Brown, WR, Rutgers Nov. 9 Zach Collaros, QB, Cincinnati Nov. 16 Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh Nov. 23 B.J. Daniels, QB, USF Nov. 30 Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati Dec. 7 Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati DATE DEFENSE Sept. 7 Lindsey Witten, DE, Connecticut Sept. 14 Adam Gunn, LB, Pittsburgh Sept. 21 Dan Mason, LB, Pittsburgh Sept. 28 Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, USF Oct. 5 Nate Allen, S, USF Oct. 12 Robert Vaughn, S, Connecticut Oct. 19 Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut Oct. 26 Dom DeCicco, S, Pittsburgh Nov. 2 Kion Wilson, LB, USF Nov. 9 Julian Miller, DE, West Virginia Nov. 16 Chris Campa, LB, Louisville Nov. 23 Doug Hogue, LB, Syracuse Nov. 30 Robert Sands, FS, West Virginia Dec. 7 Reed Williams, LB, West Virginia DATE Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7

SPECIAL TEAMS Tyler Bitancurt, K, West Virginia Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati Ryan Lichtenstein, K, Syracuse Teddy Dellaganna, P, Rutgers Scott Kozlowski, P, West Virginia Dan Hutchins, K/P, Pittsburgh Jacob Rogers, K/P, Cincinnati Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers Jacob Rogers, K/P, Cincinnati Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut Tyler Bitancurt, K, West Virginia Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati

2008

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 1 Dustin Grutza, QB, Cincinnati Sept. 8 Matt Grothe, QB, USF Sept. 15 Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut Sept. 22 Victor Anderson, RB, Louisville Sept. 29 Matt Grothe, QB, USF Oct. 6 LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh Oct. 13 Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia Oct. 20 Matt Grothe, QB, USF Oct. 27 Mike Teel, QB, Rutgers Nov. 3 Pat White, QB, West Virginia Nov. 10 Kordell Young, RB, Rutgers Nov. 17 Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers Nov. 24 Pat White, QB, West Virginia Dec. 1 LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh Dec. 8 Mike Teel, QB, Rutgers

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DATE DEFENSE Sept. 1 Mortty Ivy, LB, West Virginia Sept. 8 Scott McKillop, RB, Pittsburgh Sept. 15 Nate Allen, S, USF Sept. 22 Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh Sept. 29 Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut Oct. 6 Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh Oct. 13 Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville Oct. 20 Ryan D’Imperio, LB, Rutgers Oct. 27 Adrian Grady, DT, Louisville Nov. 3 Mortty Ivy, LB, West Virginia Nov. 10 Aaron Webster, SS, Cincinnati Nov. 17 Jason McCourty, CB, Rutgers Nov. 24 Arthur Jones, DT, Syracuse Dec. 1 Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh Dec. 8 Sidney Glover, DB, West Virginia DATE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8

SPECIAL TEAMS Pat McAfee, K/P, West Virginia Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati Maikon Bonani, K, USF Dave Brytus, P, Pittsburgh Conor Lee, K, Pittsburgh Connor Barwin, DE, Cincinnati Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati Teddy Dellaganna, P, Rutgers Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut Conor Lee, K, Pittsburgh Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut Dontavia Bogan, WR, USF Jake Rogers, K, Cincinnati Pat McAfee, K, West Virginia

2007

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 3 Tiquan Underwood, Rutgers, WR Sept. 10 Anthony Allen, Louisville, RB Sept. 17 Dustin Grutza, Cincinnati, QB Sept. 24 Andrew Robinson, Syracuse, QB Oct. 1 Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, QB Oct. 8 Pat White, West Virginia, QB Oct. 15 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB Oct. 22 Ray Rice, Rutgers, RB Oct. 29 Pat White, West Virginia, QB Nov. 5 LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, RB Nov. 12 Pat White, West Virginia, QB Nov. 19 Mike Ford, USF, RB Nov. 26 Ben Mauk, Cincinnati, QB Dec. 3 Brock Bolen, Louisville, RB DATE DEFENSE Sept. 3 Mike Mickens, Cincinnati, CB Sept. 10 Nate Allen, USF, FS Sept. 17 Johnny Dingle, West Virginia, DE Sept. 24 George Selvie, USF, DE Oct. 1 Ben Moffitt, USF, LB Oct. 8 Ryan Manalac, Cincinnati, LB Oct. 15 Joe Lefeged, Rutgers, FS Oct. 22 Scott Lutrus, Connecticut, LB Oct. 29 Scott Lutrus, Connecticut, LB Nov. 5 Haruki Nakamura, Cincinnati, FS Nov. 12 Eric Wicks, West Virginia, DB Nov. 19 Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh, LB Nov. 26 Mortty Ivy, West Virginia, LB Dec. 3 Joe Clermond, Pittsburgh, DE DATE Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3

SPECIAL TEAMS Dave Brytus, Pittsburgh, P Jake Rogers, Cincinnati, K Tony Ciaravino, Connecticut, K Max Suter, Syracuse, KR Tyvon Branch, Connecticut, KR Kevin Huber, Cincinnati, P Delbert Alvarado, USF, K/P Conor Lee, Pittsburgh, K Pat McAfee, West Virginia, K/P Tyvon Branch, Connecticut, KR Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, K/P Pat McAfee, West Virginia, K/P Pat McAfee, West Virginia, K/P Art Carmody, Louisville, K

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2006

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 4 Ray Rice, Rutgers, RB Steve Slaton, West Virginia, RB Sept. 11 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB Sept. 18 Matt Grothe, USF, QB Sept. 25 Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh, QB Oct. 2 Ray Rice, Rutgers, RB Oct. 9 LaRod Stephens-Howling, Pittsburgh, RB Oct. 16 Patrick White, West Virginia, QB Oct. 23 Ray Rice, Rutgers, RB Oct. 30 Dustin Grutza, Cincinnati, QB Nov. 6 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB Nov. 13 D.J. Hernandez, Connecticut, QB Matt Grothe, USF, QB Nov. 20 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, RB Patrick White, West Virginia, QB Nov. 27 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB Dec. 4 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB DATE DEFENSE Sept. 4 Clint Session, Pittsburgh, LB Sept. 11 H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh, LB Sept. 18 Brandon Sharp, Louisville, FS Sept. 25 Danny Lansanah, Connecticut, LB Oct. 2 Terrell Lemon, Syracuse, CB Oct. 9 Chris McKillop, Pittsburgh, DE Oct. 16 Ramel Meekins, Rutgers, DT Oct. 23 Kevin McCullough, Cincinnati, LB Oct. 30 Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers, DE Nov. 6 Trae Williams, USF, DB Nov. 13 Devraun Thompson, Rutgers, LB Nov. 20 DeAngelo Smith, Cincinnati, CB Nov. 27 George Selvie, USF, DE Dec. 4 Devraun Thompson, Rutgers, LB DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4

2005

SPECIAL TEAMS Matt Nuzie, Connecticut, PK Joe Radigan, Rutgers, P Darius Reynaud, West Virginia, WR/RS Patrick Shadle, Syracuse, K Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, K Vaughn Rivers, West Virginia, DB/RS Art Carmody, Louisville, K Pat McAfee, West Virginia, K Joe Radigan, Rutgers, P Art Carmody, Louisville, K Jeremy Ito, Rutgers, K Brendan Carney, Syracuse, P Kevin Lovell, Cincinnati, K Pat McAfee, West Virginia, K

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 5 Dustin Grutza, Cincinnati, QB, Fr. Sept. 12 Damien Rhodes, Syracuse, RB, Sr. Sept. 19 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB, So. Sept. 26 Amarri Jackson, USF, WR, So. Oct. 3 Michael Bush, Louisville, RB, Jr. Oct. 10 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB, So. Oct. 17 Steve Slaton, West Virginia, RB, Fr. Oct. 24 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB, So. Ray Rice, Rutgers, RB, Fr. Oct. 31 Ryan Hart, Rutgers, QB, Sr. Nov. 7 Andre Hall, USF, RB, Sr. Nov. 14 Brian Brohm, Louisville, QB, So. Andre Hall, USF, RB, Sr. Nov. 21 Andre Hall, USF, RB, Sr. Nov. 28 Pat White, West Virginia, QB, RFr. Dec. 4 Pat White, West Virginia, QB, RFr.

DATE DEFENSE Sept. 5 Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, DE, Sr. Sept. 12 Ryan Neill, Rutgers, DE, Sr. Sept. 19 Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, DE, Sr. Jay Henry, West Virginia, LB, Jr. Sept. 26 Ben Moffitt, USF, LB, So. Oct. 3 Darius Butler, Connecticut, CB, Fr. Oct. 10 Elvis Dumervil, Louisville, DE, Sr. Oct. 17 Mike Lorello, West Virginia, S, Sr. Oct. 24 H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh, LB, Jr. Oct. 31 Kevin McCullough, Cincinnati, LB, Sr. Nov. 7 Terrence Royal, USF, DE, Sr. Nov. 14 Kevin McLee, West Virginia, LB, Jr. Nov. 21 Tim Jones, USF, DE, Sr. Nov. 28 Ramel Meekins, Rutgers, DL, Jr. Dec. 4 Nate Harris, Louisville, LB, Jr. DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

2004

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 6 Kay-Jay Harris, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 13 Rasheed Marshall, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 20 Paul Peterson, QB, Boston College, Sr. Kay-Jay Harris, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 27 Dan Orlovsky, QB, Connecticut, Sr. Oct. 4 Walter Reyes, RB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 11 Ryan Hart, QB, Rutgers, Jr. Oct. 19 Rasheed Marshall, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 25 Paul Peterson, QB, Boston College, Sr. Nov. 1 Dan Orlovsky, QB, Connecticut, Sr. Nov. 8 Kay-Jay Harris, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 15 Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Walter Washington, QB, Temple, Jr. Nov. 22 L.V. Whitworth, RB, Boston College, RFr. Nov. 29 Diamond Ferri, RB, Syracuse, Sr. DATE DEFENSE Sept. 6 Ryan Neill, DE, Rutgers, Sr. Sept. 13 Ray Henderson, LB, Boston College, Jr. Malcolm Postell, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Sept. 20 Anthony Smith, FS, Syracuse, Jr. Adam Jones, CB, West Virginia, Jr. Sept. 27 Adam Lehnortt, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 4 Alfred Fincher, LB, Connecticut, Sr. Oct. 11 Diamond Ferri, SS, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 19 H.B. Blades, LB, Pittsburgh, So. Ron Girault, DB, Rutgers, Fr. Oct. 25 Josh Lay, CB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Adam Jones, CB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 1 James Wyche, DE, Syracuse, Jr. Mike Lorello, DB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 8 Brian Toal, LB, Boston College, Fr. Diamond Ferri, SS, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 15 Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 22 Ray Henderson, LB, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 29 Diamond Ferri, SS, Syracuse, Sr. DATE Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 19 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

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SPECIAL TEAMS Larry Taylor, Connecticut, RS, So. Willie Foster, Rutgers, RS, Jr. Pat McAfee, West Virginia, K, Fr. Antonio Lewis, West Virginia, RS, Sr. Willie Foster, Rutgers, RS, Jr. Thandi Smith, West Virginia, Sr. Corey Barnes, Rutgers, Sr. Joe Radigan, Rutgers, Jr. Chet Ervin, Cincinnati, P, Sr. Art Carmody, Louisville, K, So. Josh Lay, Pittsburgh, DB, Sr. Jackie Chambers, WR, USF

SPECIAL TEAMS Jeremy Ito, PK, Rutgers, Fr. Anthony Smith, FS, Syracuse, Jr. Adam Graessle, P, Pittsburgh, So. Josh Cummings, PK, Pittsburgh, Jr. Matt Nuzie, PK, Connecticut, So. Brendan Carney, P, Syracuse, So. Jeremy Ito, PK, Rutgers, Fr. Josh Cummings, PK, Pittsburgh, Jr. Brendan Carney, P, Syracuse, So. Collin Barber, PK, Syracuse, Sr. Will Blackmon, DB, Boston College, Jr. Shane Hussar, P, Connecticut, Fr. Josh Cummings, PK, Pittsburgh, Jr.

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2003

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 1 Bryan Randall, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Sept. 8 Brock Berlin, QB, Miami, Jr. Walter Reyes, RB, Syracuse, Jr. Sept. 15 Rod Rutherford, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Sept. 22 Walter Reyes, RB, Syracuse, Jr. Sept. 29 Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh, So. Justise Hairston, RB, Rutgers, Fr. Oct. 6 Bryan Randall, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 13 Quincy Wilson, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Quinton Porter, QB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 20 Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh, So. R.J. Anderson, QB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 27 Ryan Hart, QB, Rutgers, So. Quincy Wilson, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 3 Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh, So. Nov. 10 Rod Rutherford, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Kevin Jones, RB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 17 Derrick Knight, RB, Boston College, Sr. Quincy Wilson, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 24 Derrick Knight, RB, Boston College, Sr. Chris Henry, WR, West Virginia, So. Dec. 1 Brian Leonard, RB, Rutgers, RF DATE DEFENSE Sept. 1 Mike Lorello, DB, West Virginia, So. Sept. 8 Tom Martin, DT, Boston College, Sr. Sept. 15 Will Blackmon, CB, Boston College, So. Sept. 22 Michael Crawford, S, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 29 Thomas Whitfield, CB, Syracuse, So. Oct. 6 Adam Jones, DB, West Virginia, So. Oct. 13 Sean Taylor, FS, Miami, Jr. Oct. 20 Kellen Pruitt, LB, Syracuse, So. Jonathan Vilma, LB, Miami, Sr. Oct. 27 Brian King, FS, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 3 DeAngelo Hall, CB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 10 Brian King, FS, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 17 Grant Wiley, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 24 Lewis Moore, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Dec. 1 D.J. Williams, LB, Miami, Sr. Adam Jones, DB, West Virginia, So. DATE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1

2002

SPECIAL TEAMS Tres Moses, KR/PR, Rutgers, Jr. Antrel Rolle, PR, Miami, Jr. Devin Hester, KR, Miami, Fr. Johnnie Morant, KR, Syracuse, Sr. Scott Gyorko, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Roscoe Parrish, PR, Miami, So. Brandon Haw, DB, Rutgers, Sr. Mike Imoh, KR, Virginia Tech, So. Jon Peattie, PK, Miami, RF DeAngelo Hall, PR, Virginia Tech, Sr. Anthony Smith, S, Syracuse, So. Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh, Sr. Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh, Sr. Adam Jones, KR, West Virginia, So. Nate Jones, KR, Rutgers, Sr. Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh, Sr. Lance Frazier, PR, West Virginia, Sr.

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 2 Rasheed Marshall, QB, West Virginia, So. Sept. 9 Willis McGahee, RB, Miami, So. Sept. 16 Kevin Jones, RB, Virginia Tech, So. Sept. 23 Willis McGahee, RB, Miami, So. Sept. 30 Avon Cobourne, RB, West Virgnia, Sr. Oct. 7 Rod Rutherford, QB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Oct. 14 Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Sr. Mike McGann, QB, Temple, So. Oct. 21 Lee Suggs, RB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 28 Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Sr. Nov. 4 Willis McGahee, RB, Miami, So. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh, Fr. Nov. 11 Ernest Wilford, WR, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 18 Derrick Knights, RB, Boston College, Jr. Tanardo Sharps, RB, Temple, Sr. Nov. 25 Willis McGahee, RB, Miami, So. Dec. 2 Derrick Knight, RB, Boston College, Jr. Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Sr.


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DATE DEFENSE Sept. 2 Shawntae Spencer, DB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Jim Davis, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. Sept. 9 Maurice Sikes, DB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 16 Shawn Seabrooks, DB, Rutgers, Sr. Mikal Baaqee, LB, Virginia Tech, So. Sept. 23 Willie Pile, FS, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 30 Brian Flores, LB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 7 Jerome McDougle, DE, Miami, Sr. Oct. 14 Jonathan Vilma, LB, Miami, Jr. Oct. 21 Dan Klecko, DT, Temple, Sr. Angel Estrada, DB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 28 Claude Harriott, DE, Pittsburgh, Jr. Rich Scanlon, LB, Syracuse, Jr. Nov. 4 Josh Ott, LB, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 11 Brian Beinecke, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Nov. 18 Ralph Parent, S, Boston College, Sr. Terrance Leftwich, CB, Temple, Sr. Nov. 25 D.J. Williams, LB, Miami, Jr. Grant Wiley, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Dec. 2 Angel Estrada, SS, West Virginia, Sr. DATE Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

SPECIAL TEAMS Vinnie Burns, P, Virginia Tech, So. Todd Sievers, PK, Miami, Sr. Torrie Cox, KR, Pittsburgh, Sr. Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh, Jr. Nate Jones, KR, Rutgers, Jr. Jamel Riddle, PR, Syracuse, Jr. David Abdul, PK, Pittsburgh, Fr. Mike Frost, P, Temple, Sr. Makonnen Fenton, KR, Temple, Jr. DeAngelo Hall, PR, Virginia Tech, So. David Abdul, PK, Pittsburgh, Fr. Nate Jones, KR, Rutgers, Jr. Steven Gregory, CB, Syracuse, Fr. James Davis, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Cap Poklemba, PK, Temple, Sr. Sean Taylor, PR, Miami, So. Justin Hamilton, FL, Virginia Tech, Fr.

2001

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 3 William Green, RB, Boston College, Jr. Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 10 Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 24 Grant Noel, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Brad Lewis, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 1 Clinton Portis, RB, Miami, Jr. Troy Nunes, QB, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 8 James Mungro, RB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 15 Andre Johnson, WR, Miami, So. André Davis, WR, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 22 William Green, RB, Boston College, Jr. Ryan Cubit, QB, Rutgers, Fr. Oct. 29 William Green, RB, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 5 David Priestley, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Avon Cobourne, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 12 David Priestley, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Nov. 19 William Green, RB, Boston College, Jr. Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, Jr. Nov. 26 Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh, Jr. R.J. Anderson, QB, Syracuse, So. DATE DEFENSE Sept. 3 Raheem Brock, DE, Temple, Sr. Sept. 10 Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse, Sr. Rick Sherrod, FS, West Virginia, Jr. Sept. 24 Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 1 Scott Bradley, LB, Boston College, Sr. Kevin McCadam, ROV, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 8 Doug Goodwin, DT, Boston College, So. Ben Taylor, LB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 15 Dan Klecko, DT, Temple, Jr. Oct. 22 Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 29 Clifton Smith, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 5 Shawn Hackett, DB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 12 Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 19 Chonn Lacey, CB, Temple, Sr. Ben Taylor, LB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Nov. 26 William Joseph, DT, Miami, Jr. Gerald Hayes, LB, Pittsburgh, Jr.

DATE Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

SPECIAL TEAMS Todd Sievers, PK, Miami, Jr. Phillip Buchanon, PR, Miami, Jr. Shawn Terry, KR, West Virginia, Sr. Shawn Terry, KR, West Virginia, Sr. André Davis, PR/KR, Virginia Tech, Sr. Freddie Capshaw, P, Miami, Jr. Mike Shafer, P/K, Syracuse, Jr. Nick Lotz, PK, Pittsburgh, Sr. Phillip Buchanon, PR, Miami, Jr. Todd Sievers, PK, Miami, Jr. Cap Poklemba, PK, Temple, Jr. Nick Lotz, PK, Pittsburgh, Sr.

2000

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 4 Tanardo Sharps, RB, Temple, So. Sept. 11 Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh, So. Mike McMahon, QB, Rutgers, Sr. Sept. 18 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, So. Sept. 25 Reggie Wayne, WR, Miami, Sr. Oct. 2 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, So. Oct. 9 Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami, So. Troy Nunes, QB, Syracuse, So. Oct. 16 André Davis, WR, Virginia Tech, Jr. Tanardo Sharps, RB, Temple, So. Oct. 23 Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh, So. Oct. 30 William Green, RB, Boston College, So. John Turman, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Nov. 6 Santana Moss, WR, Miami, Sr. Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh, So. Nov. 13 Lee Suggs, RB, Virginia Tech, So. Nov. 20 Antonio Brown, WR, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 27 Kevan Barlow, RB, Pittsburgh, Sr. DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

DEFENSE Shawn Hackett, SS, West Virginia, Jr. Bryan Knight, DB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Ben Taylor, LB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Bryan Knight, DB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Gerald Hayes, LB, Pittsburgh, So. Shawn Hackett, SS, West Virginia, Jr. Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, Sr. Ralph Parent, DB, Boston College, So. Ronyell Whitaker, CB, Virginia Tech, So. Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, Sr. Willie Pile, FS, Virginia Tech, So. Sean Guthrie, DB, Boston College, Jr. Al Blades, SS, Miami, Sr. Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, Sr. Rick Sherrod, FS, West Virginia, Jr. James Davis, LB, West Virginia, So. Edward Reed, SS, Miami, Jr. Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, Sr.

DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

SPECIAL TEAMS Nick Lotz, PK, Pittsburgh, Jr. André Davis, KR, Virginia Tech, Jr. Eric Green, CB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Rod Rutherford, KR, Pittsburgh, Fr. André Davis, KR, Virginia Tech, Jr. Wayne Ward, TB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Wayne Ward, TB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Santana Moss, PR, Miami, Sr. Carter Warley, PK, Virginia Tech, RFr. Shawn Terry, KR, West Virginia, So. Freddie Capshaw, P, Miami, So. Freddie Capshaw, P, Miami, So. Santana Moss, PR, Miami, Sr.

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1999

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 6 Cedric Washington, RB, Boston College, Jr. Sept. 13 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 20 Kevan Barlow, RB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Sept. 27 Shyrone Stith, RB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 4 John Turman, QB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Oct. 11 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Oct. 18 Shyrone Stith, RB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Avon Cobourne, RB, West Virginia, Fr. Oct. 25 Kenny Kelly, QB, Miami, So. David Priestley, QB, Pittsburgh, So. Nov. 1 David Priestley, QB, Pittsburgh, So. Devin Scott, QB, Temple, So. Nov. 8 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Nov. 15 Cedric Washington, RB, Boston College, Jr. Chad Schwenk, QB, Rutgers, Fr. Nov. 22 Tim Hasselbeck, QB, Boston College, Jr. Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Nov. 29 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Avon Cobourne, RB, West Virginia, Fr. DATE DEFENSE Sept. 6 Mark Ponko, DB, Pittsburgh, So. Sept. 13 Ryan Gonsales, LB, Pittsburgh, So. Sept. 20 Nate Webster, LB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 27 Corey Moore, DE, Virginia Tech, Sr. Ian McIntosh, SS, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 4 John Engelberger, DE, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 11 Dan Klecko, DE, Temple, Fr. Duke Pettijohn, DE, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 18 Chris Hovan, NG, Boston College, Sr. Oct. 25 Chris Edmonds, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 1 Frank Chamberlin, LB, Boston College, Sr. Nov. 8 Nate Webster, LB, Miami, Jr. Keith Bulluck, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 15 Dax Strohmeyer, LB, Rutgers, Sr. Anthony Midget, DB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Nov. 22 Nate Webster, LB, Miami, Jr. Nov. 29 Nate Webster, LB, Miami, Jr. DATE Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

SPECIAL TEAMS Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, Sr. Jay Taylor, PK, West Virginia, Sr. J.R. Johnson, LB, Syracuse, So. Nate Trout, PK, Syracuse, Sr. Hank Poteat, KR, Pittsburgh, Sr. Nate Trout, PK, Syracuse, Sr. Freddie Capshaw, P, Miami, Fr. Antonio Brown, KR, West Virginia, So. Nate Terry, KR, West Virginia, Sr. DuJuan Daniels, KR, Boston College, So. Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, Sr. Nick Lotz, PK, Pittsburgh, So. Ricky Hall, PR, Virginia Tech, Sr. Santana Moss, PR/KR, Miami, Jr. Santana Moss, PR/KR, Miami, Jr.

1998

DATE OFFENSE Sept. 7 Mike Cloud, RB, Boston College, Sr. Sept. 14 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 21 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, Jr. Scott Mutryn, QB, Boston College, Sr. Sept. 28 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 5 Santana Moss, WR, Miami, So. Oct. 12 Lamont Pegues, TB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Alvin Swoope, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 19 Mike McMahon, QB, Rutgers, So. Devin Scott, QB, Temple, Fr. Oct. 26 Edgerrin James, RB, Miami, Jr. Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 2 Edgerrin James, RB, Miami, Jr. Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 9 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Kevin Johnson, WR, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 16 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 23 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, Jr. Edgerrin James, RB, Miami, Jr. Nov. 30 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, Jr. Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Sr.

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DATE DEFENSE Sept. 7 Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, So. Sept. 14 Lorenzo Ferguson, LB, Virginia Tech, So. Chris Hovan, NG, Boston College, Jr. Sept. 21 Brian Maye, LB, Boston College, Sr. Corey Moore, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. Sept. 28 Keion Carpenter, FS, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 5 Barrett Green, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 12 Keion Carpenter, FS, Virginia Tech, Sr. Oct. 19 Chonn Lacey, DB, Temple, Fr. Reggie Stephens, DB, Rutgers, Sr. Oct. 26 Edward Reed, SS, Miami, Fr. Nov. 2 Ike Charlton, CB, Virginia Tech, So. Nov. 9 Leon Gray, LB, Temple, Fr. Nov. 16 Kevin Landolt, DT, West Virginia, Sr. Brian Maye, LB, Boston College, Sr. Nov. 23 Jamel Smith, LB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 30 Jason Poles, S, Syracuse, Sr. DATE Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

SPECIAL TEAMS Nate Brooks, DB, Miami, Sr. Jimmy Kibble, P/K, Virginia Tech, Jr. Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nate Trout, PK, Syracuse, Jr. Jay Taylor, P/K, West Virginia, Jr. Jay Taylor, P/K, West Virginia, Jr. Andre Davis, FL, Virginia Tech, Fr. Kevin Johnson, RS, Syracuse, Sr. Tosh Riddick, KR, Rutgers, Fr. Steve Barone, PK, Rutgers, Fr. Charlie Titus, P, Rutgers, Jr. Nate Trout, PK, Syracuse, Jr. Jeff Popovich, H, Miami, Jr. Kevin Johnson, KR, Syracuse, Sr.

1997

DATE OFFENSE Dec. 1 Pete Gonzalez, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Nov. 24 Billy West, RB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, So. Nov. 17 Edgerrin James, RB, Miami, So. Nov. 10 Kyle McIntosh, RB, Syracuse, Jr. Nov. 3 Stacey Mack, RB, Temple, Jr. Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 27 Pete Gonzalez, QB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Oct. 20 Edgerrin James, RB, Miami, So. Oct. 13 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 6 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, So. Sept. 29 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, So. Sept. 22 Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Boston College, Sr. Sept. 15 Mike Cloud, RB, Boston College, Jr. Sept. 8 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, So. Sept. 1 Al Clark, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. DATE DEFENSE Dec. 1 Donovin Darius, DB, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 24 Roderick Humphrey, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Nov. 17 Antwaune Ponds, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Nov. 10 Pierson Prioleau, DB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 3 Tebucky Jones, DB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 27 Damon Cogdell, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 20 Keith Bulluck, LB, Syracuse, So. Oct. 13 Steve Tate, LB, Virginia Tech Oct. 6 Decara Burgess, LB, Temple, Sr. Sept. 29 Henry Slay, DT, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 22 John Jenkins, DB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Sept. 15 Chiffon Allen, DB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Sept. 8 Excel Lucas, DB, Temple, Sr. Sept. 1 Gary Stills, LB, West Virginia, Jr.

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DATE Dec. 1 Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Nov. 10 Nov. 3 Oct. 27 Oct. 20 Oct. 13 Oct. 6 Sept. 29 Sept. 22 Sept. 15 Sept. 8 Sept. 1

SPECIAL TEAMS Jay Taylor, PK, West Virginia, So. Jimmy Kibble, P, Virginia Tech, So. Nate Terry, RS, West Virginia, Jr. Nate Trout, PK, Syracuse, So. Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, So. Thomas Kelly, DB, Rutgers, Sr. Jay Taylor, PK, West Virginia, So. Quinton Spotwood, RS, Syracuse, So. Jason Poles, DB, Syracuse, Jr. Quinton Spotwood, RS, Syracuse, So. Nate Terry, RS, West Virginia, Jr. Josh Boies, P, Temple, Jr. Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, So. Jimmy Kibble, P, Virginia Tech, So. Elmarko Jackson, RS, Temple, Fr. Nate Terry, RS, West Virginia, Jr. Duane Starks, RS, Miami, Sr.

1996

DATE OFFENSE Dec. 1 Ryan Clement, QB, Miami, Jr. Nov. 24 Scott Covington, QB, Miami, So. Nov. 17 Omari Walker, RB, Boston College, Jr. Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, So. Nov. 10 David Saunders, WR, West Virginia, So. Nov. 3 Dwayne Schulters, RB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Oct. 26 Dovovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, So. Oct. 19 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, Fr. Oct. 12 Ken Oxendine, RB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 5 Henry Burris, QB, Temple, Sr. Sept. 28 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, So. Sept. 21 Jim Druckenmiller,QB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 14 Brian Edmonds, FB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 7 Henry Burris, QB, Temple, Sr. Aug. 31 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia, Fr. DATE DEFENSE Dec. 1 Brandon Semones, LB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Nov. 24 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech, Sr. Nov. 17 Keion Carpenter, FS, Virginia Tech, So. Nov. 10 Bob Baum, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Nov. 3 Antwaune Ponds, LB, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 26 Loren Johnson, DB, Virginia Tech, So. Derek Ward, CB, Rutgers, Sr. Oct. 19 Rupert English, LB, Boston College, Sr. Oct. 12 Nate Hemsley, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 5 Nate Hemsley, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 28 Canute Curtis, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 21 Canute Curtis, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 14 Tremain Mack, S, Miami, Jr. Sept. 7 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech, Sr. John Hadley, LB, West Virginia, Fr. Aug. 31 Canute Curtis, LB, West Virginia, Sr. DATE Dec. 1 Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Nov. 10 Nov. 3 Oct. 26 Oct. 19 Oct. 12 Oct. 5 Sept. 28 Sept. 21 Sept. 14 Sept. 7 Aug. 31

SPECIAL TEAMS Tremain Mack, KR, Miami, Jr. Sean Reali, P, Syracuse, Sr. Daryl Porter, DB, Boston College, Sr. Sean Reali, P, Syracuse, Sr. Tremain Mack, KR, Miami, Jr. Tremain Mack, KR, Miami, Jr. Mike Logan, PR, West Virginia, Sr. Syracuse Special Teams Unit Curtis Anderson, PR, Pittsburgh, Sr. Sean Reali, P, Syracuse, Sr. Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech, Fr. Kenyatta Carter, KR, Temple, So. Nate Cochran, P, Pittsburgh, Sr. John Matich, PK, Boston College, Fr.

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1995

DATE OFFENSE Nov. 25 Danyell Ferguson, RB, Miami, Jr. Mark Hartsell, QB, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 18 Jim Druckenmiller, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Ray Lucas, QB, Rutgers, Sr. Nov. 11 Rob Konrad, RB, Syracuse, Fr. Nov. 4 Chad Johnston, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 28 Jammi German, WR, Miami, Jr. Oct. 21 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Fr. Marvin Harrison, WR, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 14 Ramod Lee, RB, Temple, Fr. Oct. 7 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse, Fr. Sept. 30 Jim Druckenmiller, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Marvin Harrison, WR, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 23 Marco Battaglia, TE, Rutgers, Sr. Dwayne Thomas, RB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 17 Terrell Willis, RB, Rutgers, Jr. Sept. 10 Mark Hartsell, QB, Boston College, Jr. Sept. 3 Dietrich Jells, WR, Pittsburgh, Sr. DATE DEFENSE Nov. 25 John Browning, DE, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 18 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 11 William Yarborough, S, Virginia Tech, Jr. Nov. 4 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 28 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 21 Myron Newsome, LB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 14 Bernard Russ, LB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 7 Nick Gianacakos, DE, Boston College, Jr. Sept. 30 Darrell Parker, DB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 23 J.C. Price, DT, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 17 Brian Sheridan, LB, Rutgers, Jr. Sept. 10 Aaron Beasley, DB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 3 Nate Hemsley, LB, Syracuse, Jr. DATE Nov. 25 Nov. 18 Nov. 11 Nov. 4 Oct. 28 Oct. 21 Oct. 14 Oct. 7 Sept. 30 Sept. 23 Sept. 17 Sept. 10 Sept. 3

SPECIAL TEAMS Tremain Mack, SS, Miami, So. Marvin Harrison, PR, Syracuse, Sr. Zane Michalski, PK, Temple, So. Allan Jackson, CB, Temple, Sr. Terrell Willis, KR, Rutgers, Jr. Chris Ferencik, PK, Pittsburgh, Fr. Kenyatta Watson, RS, Boston College, Jr. John Thomas, P, Virginia Tech, Fr. Angelo Harrison, WR, Virginia Tech, Fr. Marvin Harrison, PR, Syracuse, Sr. Nick Mike-Mayer, PK, Rutgers, Jr. Tony Gaiter, PR, Miami, Jr. Sean Reali, P, Syracuse, Jr.

1994

DATE OFFENSE Nov. 27 Jimmy Gary, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 20 John Ryan, QB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Nov. 13 Maurice DeShazo, QB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Nov. 6 Terrell Willis, RB, Rutgers, So. Oct. 30 John Ryan, QB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Oct. 23 Marvin Harrison, WR, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 16 Zach Abraham, WR, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 9 Kevin Mason, QB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 2 Kirby Dar Dar, RB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 25 David Green, RB, Boston College, Sr. Sept. 18 Ray Lucas, QB, Rutgers, Jr. Kevin Mason, QB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 11 Billy West, RB, Pittsburgh, So. Sept. 4 Curtis Martin, RB, Pittsburgh, Sr. DATE DEFENSE Nov. 27 Warren Sapp, DT, Miami, Jr. Nov. 20 Matt Taffoni, OLB, West Virginia, Sr. Nov. 13 Mike Mamula, OLB, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 6 C.J. Richardson, SS, Miami, Sr. Oct. 30 Ray Lewis, LB, Miami, So. Vann Washington, DB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 23 Brandon Semones, OLB, Virginia Tech, So. Oct. 16 Mark Washington, SS, Rutgers, Jr. Oct. 9 Mike Mamula, OLB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 2 Warren Sapp, DT, Miami, Jr. Sept. 25 George DelRicco, LB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Lance Johnstone, LB, Temple, Jr. Sept. 18 Stephen Boyd, ILB, Boston College, Sr. Ken Brown, ILB, Virginia Tech, Sr. Sept. 11 Alcides Catanho, OLB, Rutgers, Sr. Sept. 4 Allan Jackson, CB, Temple, Jr.


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DATE Nov. 27 Nov. 20 Nov. 13 Nov. 6 Oct. 30 Oct. 23 Oct. 16 Oct. 9 Oct. 2 Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Sept. 11 Sept. 4

SPECIAL TEAMS Dane Prewitt, PK, Miami, Jr. Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia, Sr. Bryan Baumann, PK, West Virginia, Fr. Mark Washington, SS, Rutgers, Jr. Dane Prewitt, P/PK, Miami, Jr. Antonio Freeman, WR, Virginia Tech, Sr. Harold Kidd, DB, West Virginia, Sr. Tom Barndt, DL, Pittsburgh, Sr. Jeff Beckley, P/PK, Boston College, Sr. Ryan Williams, PK, Virginia Tech, Sr. Rich Maston, PK, Temple, Sr. Jim Turner, WR, Syracuse, Fr. C.J. Richardson, S, Miami, Sr. Todd Sauerbrun, P/PK, West Virginia, Sr.

1993

DATE OFFENSE Nov. 28 Ryan Collins, QB, Miami, So. Nov. 20 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Sr. Nov. 13 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Sr. Nov. 6 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Sr. Oct. 30 Robert Walker, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 23 Maurice DeShazo, QB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Oct. 16 Terrell Willis, RB, Rutgers, Fr. Curtis Martin, RB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Oct. 9 Robert Walker, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Oct. 2 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Sr. Sept. 25 Donnell Bennett, RB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 18 Jake Kelchner, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 11 Dwayne Thomas, RB, Virginia Tech, So. Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 4 Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse, Sr. DATE DEFENSE Nov. 28 Mike Logan, DB, West Virginia, So. Nov. 20 Wes Richardson, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Cornell Brown, LB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Nov. 13 Torrian Gray, DB, Virginia Tech, Fr. Nov. 6 David Mayfield, DB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 30 Tom Barndt, DT, Pittsburgh, Jr. Oct. 23 Terris Harris, DB, Miami, Sr. Oct. 16 Nate Hemsley, LB, Syracuse, Fr. Oct. 9 Stephen Boyd, LB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 2 Malik Jackson, DB, Rutgers, Sr. Sept. 25 Mike Collins, SS, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 18 C.J. Richardson, Miami, Jr. Sept. 11 Bob Sneathen, OLB, Rutgers, Jr. Sept. 4 Tom Tumulty, LB, Pittsburgh, So. DATE Nov. 28 Nov. 20 Nov. 13 Nov. 6 Oct. 30 Oct. 23 Oct. 16 Oct. 9 Oct. 2 Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Sept. 11 Sept. 4

1992

SPECIAL TEAMS Terrell Willis, KR, Rutgers, Fr. David Gordon, PK, Boston College, Sr. Pat O’Neill, P/PK, Syracuse, Sr. Rahsaan Vanterpool, WR, West Virginia, So. Pat O’Neill, P/PK, Syracuse, Sr. Marcus McClung, LB, Virginia Tech, So. Jay Jones, PR, Pittsburgh, So. Todd Sauerbrun, P/PK, West Virginia, Jr. Todd Sauerbrun, P/PK, West Virginia, Jr. Greg Grice, SE, Boston College, So. Robbie Colley, P, Virginia Tech, Jr. John Benestad, PK, Rutgers, Sr. Mike Crissy, P, Miami, So.

DATE OFFENSE Nov. 21 Chuckie Dukes, RB, Boston College, Sr. Nov. 14 Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse, Jr. Nov. 7 Rodney Woodard, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Bruce Presley, RB, Rutgers, Fr. Oct. 31 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Sr. Oct. 24 Adrian Murrell, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 17 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 10 Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 3 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, Jr. Adrian Murrell, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 27 Dwight Shirley, RB, Boston College, So. Sept. 20 Darren Studstill, QB, West Virginia, Sr. Sept. 13 Adrian Murrell, RB, West Virginia, Sr. Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse, Jr. Sept. 6 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Sr.

DATE DEFENSE Nov. 21 Dan Conley, DE, Syracuse, Jr. Darren Krein, DE, Miami, Jr. Nov. 14 Shawn Williams, LB, Rutgers, Sr. Nov. 7 Glen Young, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 31 Tom McManus, LB, Boston College, Sr. Oct. 24 Glen Young, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 17 Tim Brown, LB, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 10 Micheal Barrow, LB, Miami, Sr. Oct. 3 Kevin Patrick, DE, Miami, Jr. Sept. 27 Shawn Williams, OLB, Rutgers, Sr. Sept. 20 Ken Brown, OLB, Virginia Tech, So. Sept. 13 Jo Jo Wooden, DT, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 6 Tom McManus, LB, Boston College, Sr. DATE Nov. 21 Nov. 14 Nov. 7 Oct. 31 Oct. 24 Oct. 17 Oct. 10 Oct. 3 Sept. 27 Sept. 20 Sept. 13 Sept. 6

SPECIAL TEAMS Dane Prewitt, PK, Miami, Fr. Mike Vanderjagt, PK, West Virginia, Sr. Mike Vanderjagt, PK, West Virginia, Sr. John Biskup, PK, Syracuse, Sr. Dane Prewitt, PK, Miami, Fr. Sean Conley, PK, Pittsburgh, Jr. Tony Kennedy, KR, Virginia Tech, Fr. Paul Snyder, P, Miami, Sr. Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia, Jr. Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia, Jr. John Biskup, PK, Syracuse, Sr. Sean Conley, PK, Pittsburgh, Jr.

1991

DATE OFFENSE Nov. 24 David Walker, RB, Syracuse, Jr. Nov. 17 Stephen McGuire, RB, Miami, Jr. Nov. 10 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Jr. Nov. 3 Darnell Campbell, RB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 27 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Jr. Oct. 20 David Walker, RB, Syracuse, Jr. Oct. 13 Dwight Shirley, FB, Boston College, Fr. Oct. 6 Alex Van Pelt, QB, Pittsburgh, Jr. Sept. 29 Curtis Martin, RB, Pittsburgh, Fr. Sept. 22 Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse, So. Sept. 15 Gino Torretta, QB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 8 Adrian Murrell, RB, West Virginia, Jr. Sept. 1 Tom Tarver, QB, Rutgers, Sr. DATE DEFENSE Nov. 24 Tom McManus, LB, Boston College, Jr. Nov. 17 Darryl Williams, FS, Miami, Jr. Nov. 10 Sean Gilbert, DE, Pittsburgh, Jr. Nov. 3 Boris Graham, DE, West Virginia, Sr. Oct. 27 George Rooks, DL, Syracuse, Sr. Oct. 20 Charles Williams, OLB, Pittsburgh, So. Oct. 13 Tom McManus, LB, Boston College, Jr. Oct. 6 Micheal Barrow, LB, Miami, Jr. Sept. 29 Shawn Williams, OLB, Rutgers, Sr. Sept. 22 Tom Briggs, DT, West Virginia, Jr. Sept. 15 John Lusardi, LB, Syracuse, Sr. Sept. 8 Steve Israel, DB, Pittsburgh, Sr. Sept. 1 Ricardo McDonald, LB, Pittsburgh, Sr. DATE Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Nov. 10 Nov. 3 Oct. 27 Oct. 20 Oct. 13 Oct. 6 Sept. 29 Sept. 22 Sept. 15 Sept. 8 Sept. 1

SPECIAL TEAMS John Biskup, PK, Syracuse, Jr. Carlos Huerta, PK, Miami, Sr. James Guarantano, WR, Rutgers, Sr. Chuckie Dukes, KR, Boston College, Jr. Bo Campbell, R, Virginia Tech, Jr. Kirk Alexander, DB, Virginia Tech, Jr. Kevin Williams, RS, Miami, So. Kevin Williams, RS, Miami, So. Qadry Ismail, RS, Syracuse, Jr. Steve Israel, RS, Pittsburgh, Sr. Kirby Dar Dar, KR, Syracuse, Fr. Gary Melton, KR, Rutgers, Sr. Kevin Williams, RS, Miami, So. Trent Thompson, P, Temple, Sr. Kevin Williams, RS, Miami, So.

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MULTIPLE PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS OFFENSE No. Player, Position, Team (Selections) 10 Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse (3/1998, 2/1997, 3/1996, 2/1995) 9 Pat White, QB, West Virginia (2/2005, 2/2006, 3/2007, 2/2008) Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville (4/2005, 4/2006, 1/2007) 8 Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia (3/1998, 3/1997, 2/1996) 7 Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami (3/2002, 3/2001, 1/2000) Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech (5/1999, 2/2000) Pat White, QB, West Virginia (2/2005, 2/2006, 3/2007) 6 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia (1/1999, 4/1998, 1/1997) Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College (4/1993, 2/1992) Marvin Graves, QB, Syracuse (2/1993, 3/1992, 1/1991) 5 Matt Grothe, QB, USF (3/2008, 2/2006) William Green, RB, Boston College (4/2001, 1/2000) Edgerrin James, RB, Miami (3/1998, 2/1997) Gino Torretta, QB, Miami (2/1992, 3/1991) Ray Rice, RB, Rutgers (1/2005, 3/2006, 1/2007) DEFENSE No. Player, Position, Team (Selections) 6 Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech (2/1996, 3/1995, 1/1993) 5 Dan Morgan, LB, Miami (4/2000, 1/1998) Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh (1/2007, 4/2008) SPECIAL TEAMS No. Player, Position, Team (Selections) 8 Pat McAfee, PK, West Virginia (3/2007, 2/2006, 1/2005, 2/2008) 6 Shayne Graham, PK, Virginia Tech (2/1999, 1/1998, 2/1997, 1/1996) Todd Sauerbrun, P/PK, West Virginia (2/1994, 2/1993, 2/1992) Pat McAfee, PK, West Virginia (3/2007, 2/2006, 1/2005) 5 Nate Trout, PK, Syracuse (2/1999, 2/1998, 1/1997) Jay Taylor, PK, West Virginia (1/1999, 2/1998, 2/1997) Jeremy Ito, PK, Rutgers (1/2007, 2/2006, 2/2004)

MOST SINGLE-SEASON SELECTIONS Offense 5 Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech, 1999 4 Willis McGahee, RB, Miami, 2002 William Green, RB, Boston College, 2001 Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia, 1998 Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College, 1993 Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville, 2006 Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville, 2005 Defense 4 Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse, 2001 Dan Morgan, LB, Miami, 2000 Nate Webster, LB, Miami, 1999 Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh, 2008 Special Teams 4 Kevin Williams, RS, Miami, 1991

MULTIPLE AWARDS, SAME WEEK

Diamond Ferri, Syracuse (Nov. 29, 2004 Offense/Defense) Joe Lefeged, Rutgers (Sept. 13, 2010 Defense/Special Teams)

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CINCINNATI VS. CONNECTICUT All-Time Series: Cincinnati leads, 6-2 BIG EAST: Cincinnati leads, 5-2

2004 Cincinnati 2005 Cincinnati 2006 Cincinnati 2007 Cincinnati 2008 Connecticut 2009 Cincinnati 2010 Connecticut 2011 Cincinnati

45-28 Nippert Stadium 28-17 Nippert Stadium 26-23 Rentschler Field 27-3 Nippert Stadium 40-16 Rentschler Field 47-45 Nippert Stadium 38-17 Rentschler Field 35-27 Nippert Stadium

CINCINNATI VS. LOUISVILLE All-Time Series: Cincinnati leads, 30-21-1 BIG EAST: Cincinnati leads, 4-3

1922 Louisville 1929 Cincinnati 1938 Cincinnati 1940 Cincinnati 1941 Cincinnati 1942 Cincinnati 1950 Cincinnati 1951 Cincinnati 1953 Cincinnati 1966 Cincinnati 1967 Cincinnati 1968 Cincinnati 1969 Cincinnati 1970 Louisville 1971 Cincinnati 1972 Louisville 1973 Louisville 1974 Cincinnati 1975 Cincinnati 1976 Cincinnati 1977 Tie 1978 Louisville 1979 Louisville 1980 Louisville 1981 Cincinnati 1982 Cincinnati 1983 Louisville 1984 Cincinnati 1985 Cincinnati 1986 Cincinnati 1987 Cincinnati 1988 Louisville 1989 Louisville 1990 Louisville 1991 Cincinnati 1992 Louisville 1996 Cincinnati 1997 Cincinnati 1998 Louisville 1999 Louisville 2000 Louisville 2001 Louisville 2002 Cincinnati 2003 Louisville 2004 Louisville 2005 Louisville 2006 Louisville 2007 Louisville 2008 Cincinnati 2009 Cincinnati 2010 Cincinnati 2011 Cincinnati

28-0 Cardinal Stadium 7-0 Cardinal Stadium 19-0 Nippert Stadium 7-0 Nippert Stadium 28-7 Nippert Stadium 51-0 Nippert Stadium 28-20 Nippert Stadium 38-0 Nippert Stadium 41-0 Cardinal Stadium 17-3 Nippert Stadium 13-7 Cardinal Stadium 37-7 Nippert Stadium 31-21 Cardinal Stadium 28-14 Nippert Stadium 19-16 Cardinal Stadium 38-13 Nippert Stadium 10-8 Cardinal Stadium 7-6 Nippert Stadium 46-27 Cardinal Stadium 20-6 Nippert Stadium 17-17 Cardinal Stadium 28-14 Nippert Stadium 22-19 Cardinal Stadium 20-0 Cardinal Stadium 24-0 Nippert Stadium 38-16 Nippert Stadium 31-23 Cardinal Stadium 40-21 Nippert Stadium 31-9 Cardinal Stadium 24-17 Nippert Stadium 25-0 Cardinal Stadium 21-6 Nippert Stadium 37-17 Cardinal Stadium 41-6 Nippert Stadium 30-7 Cardinal Stadium 27-17 Nippert Stadium 10-7 Cardinal Stadium 28-9 Nippert Stadium 62-19 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 23-13 Nippert Stadium 38-24 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 28-13 Nippert Stadium 24-14 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 43-40 Nippert Stadium 70-7 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 46-22 Nippert Stadium 23-17 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 28-24 Nippert Stadium 28-20 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 41-10 Nippert Stadium 35-27 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 25-16 Nippert Stadium

CINCINNATI VS. RUTGERS All-Time Series: Tied, 8-8-1 BIG EAST: Cincinnati leads, 5-2

1980 Rutgers 1981 Cincinnati 1983 Cincinnati 1984 Rutgers 1986 Rutgers 1987 Rutgers 1988 Rutgers 1989 Tie 1992 Cincinnati 1994 Rutgers 2005 Rutgers 2006 Cincinnati 2007 Cincinnati 2008 Cincinnati 2009 Cincinnati 2010 Cincinnati 2011 Rutgers

24-7 Giants Stadium 10-0 Nippert Stadium 18-7 Nippert Stadium 43-15 Giants Stadium 48-28 Giants Stadium 10-7 Nippert Stadium 38-9 Giants Stadium 17-17 Nippert Stadium 26-24 Nippert Stadium 14-9 Rutgers Stadium 44-9 Rutgers Stadium 30-11 Nippert Stadium 28-23 Rutgers Stadium 13-10 Nippert Stadium 47-15 Rutgers Stadium 69-38 Nippert Stadium 20-3 High Point Solutions Stad.

CINCINNATI VS. USF All-Time Series: Cincinnati leads, 6-3 BIG EAST: Cincinnati leads, 5-2

2003 USF 2ot 24-17 Raymond James Stad. 2004 Cincinnati 45-23 Nippert Stadium 2005 USF 31-16 Raymond James Stad. 2006 Cincinnati 23-6 Nippert Stadium 2007 Cincinnati 38-33 Raymond James Stad. 2008 Cincinnati 24-10 Nippert Stadium 2009 Cincinnati 34-17 Raymond James Stad. 2010 USF 38-30 Nippert Stadium 2011 Cincinnati 37-34 Raymond James Stad.

CINCINNATI VS. SYRACUSE All-Time Series: Cincinnati leads, 7-5 BIG EAST: Cincinnati leads, 6-1

1993 Syracuse 1994 Syracuse 1998 Syracuse 2000 Cincinnati 2004 Syracuse 2005 Cincinnati 2006 Cincinnati 2007 Cincinnati 2008 Cincinnati 2009 Cincinnati 2010 Syracuse 2011 Cincinnati

24-21 Carrier Dome 34-19 Nippert Stadium 63-21 Carrier Dome 12-10 Nippert Stadium 19-7 Carrier Dome 22-16 Carrier Dome 17-3 Nippert Stadium 52-31 Carrier Dome 30-10 Nippert Stadium 28-7 Carrier Dome 31-7 Nippert Stadium 30-13 Carrier Dome

CINCINNATI VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: Temple leads, 9-4-1 BIG EAST: First meeting in 2012

1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2002 2003

Temple 16-15 Temple Stadium Cincinnati 20-22 Nippert Stadium Temple 21-17 Temple Stadium Tie 17-17 Nippert Stadium Temple 16-13 Veterans Stadium Temple 35-14 Veterans Stadium Temple 23-7 Nippert Stadium Temple 24-13 Nippert Stadium Temple 41-7 Veterans Stadium Cincinnati 31-16 Nippert Stadium Temple 42-10 Veterans Stadium Temple 28-16 Nippert Stadium Cincinnati 35-22 Franklin Field Cincinnati 3ot 30-24 Nippert Stadium

CINCINNATI VS. PITTSBURGH All-Time Series: Pittsburgh leads, 8-3 BIG EAST: Pittsburgh leads, 4-3

1921 Pittsburgh 1922 Pittsburgh 1979 Pittsburgh 1981 Pittsburgh 2005 Pittsburgh 2006 Pittsburgh 2007 Pittsburgh 2008 Cincinnati 2009 Cincinnati 2010 Pittsburgh 2011 Cincinnati

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21-14 Pitt Stadium 38-0 Nippert Stadium 35-0 Pitt Stadium 38-7 Pitt Stadium 38-20 Heinz Field 33-15 Nipper Stadium 24-17 Heinz Field 28-21 Nippert Stadium 45-44 Heinz Field 28-10 Nippert Stadium 26-23 Heinz Field

CONNECTICUT VS. LOUISVILLE All-Time Series: Louisville leads, 5-3 BIG EAST: Louisville leads, 4-3 2000 Louisville 2005 Louisville 2006 Louisville 2007 Connecticut 2008 Connecticut 2009 Connecticut 2010 Louisville 2011 Louisville

41-22 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 30-20 Rentschler Field 48-17 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 21-17 Rentschler Field 26-21 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 38-25 Rentschler Field 26-0 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 34-20 Rentschler Field

CONNECTICUT VS. PITTSBURGH All-Time Series: Tied, 4-4 BIG EAST: Tied, 4-4

2004 Connecticut 29-17 Rentschler Field 2005 Pittsburgh 24-0 Heinz Field 2006 Connecticut 2ot46-45 Rentschler Field 2007 Connecticut 34-14 Heinz Field 2008 Pittsburgh 34-10 Rentschler Field 2009 Pittsburgh 24-21 Heinz Field 2010 Connecticut 30-28 Rentschler Field 2011 Pittsburgh 35-20 Heinz Field

CONNECTICUT VS. RUTGERS All-Time Series: Rutgers leads, 21-10 BIG EAST: Rutgers leads, 5-3 1940 Rutgers 1941 Rutgers 1956 Connecticut 1957 Rutgers 1959 Rutgers 1960 Rutgers 1961 Rutgers 1962 Connecticut 1964 Rutgers 1965 Rutgers 1968 Rutgers 1969 Connecticut 1972 Rutgers 1973 Connecticut 1974 Connecticut 1975 Rutgers 1976 Rutgers 1977 Rutgers 1978 Rutgers 1979 Rutgers 1983 Rutgers 2001 Connecticut 2003 Connecticut 2004 Connecticut 2005 Rutgers 2006 Rutgers 2007 Connecticut 2008 Rutgers 2009 Rutgers 2010 Rutgers 2011 Connecticut

45-7 Rutgers Stadium 32-7 Rutgers Stadium 27-7 Memorial Stadium 14-7 Rutgers Stadium 20-8 Rutgers Stadium 19-6 Memorial Stadium 35-12 Rutgers Stadium 15-9 Memorial Stadium 9-3 Rutgers Stadium 17-8 Memorial Stadium 27-15 Rutgers Stadium 28-22 Memorial Stadium 21-13 Rutgers Stadium 27-19 Memorial Stadium 9-7 Rutgers Stadium 35-8 Memorial Stadium 38-0 Rutgers Stadium 42-18 Memorial Stadium 10-0 Rutgers Stadium 26-14 Memorial Stadium 22-5 Rutgers Stadium 20-19 Rutgers Stadium 38-31 Rentschler Field 41-35 Rutgers Stadium 26-24 Rentschler Field 24-13 Rutgers Stadium 38-19 Rentschler Field 12-10 Rutgers Stadium 28-24 Rentschler Field 27-24 Rutgers Stadium 40-22 Rentschler Field

CONNECTICUT VS. USF All-Time Series: Connecticut leads, 5-4 BIG EAST: Connecticut leads, 5-2

2000 USF 2001 USF 2005 Connecticut 2006 USF 2007 Connecticut 2008 USF 2009 Connecticut 2010 Connecticut 2011 Connecticut

21-13 Memorial Stadium 41-20 Raymond James Stad. 15-10 Rentschler Field 38-16 Raymond James Stad. 22-15 Rentschler Field 17-13 Raymond James Stad. 29-27 Rentschler Field 19-16 Raymond James Stad. 16-10 Rentschler Field

CONNECTICUT VS. SYRACUSE All-Time Series: Connecticut leads, 6-2 BIG EAST: Connecticut leads, 6-2

2004 Syracuse 2005 Connecticut 2006 Syracuse 2007 Connecticut 2008 Connecticut 2009 Connecticut 2010 Connecticut 2011 Connecticut

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42-30 Carrier Dome 26-7 Rentschler Field 20-14 Carrier Dome 30-7 Rentschler Field 39-14 Carrier Dome 56-31 Rentschler Field 23-6 Carrier Dome 28-21 Rentschler Field


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CONNECTICUT VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: Temple leads, 8-4 BIG EAST: Connecticut leads, 1-0

1963 1964 1965 1966 1970 1971 2001 2002 2004 2007 2008 2010

Temple 9-7 Temple Stadium Connecticut 25-7 Memorial Stadium Temple 12-11 Memorial Stadium Temple 35-25 Temple Stadium Temple 41-23 Temple Stadium Temple 38-0 Temple Stadium Temple 56-7 Franklin Field Temple 38-24 Memorial Stadium Connecticut 45-31 Rentschler Field Connecticut 22-17 Rentschler Field Connecticut ot 12-9 Lincoln Financial Field Temple 30-16 Lincoln Financial Field

LOUISVILLE VS. PITTSBURGH All-Time Series: Pittsburgh leads, 8-7 BIG EAST: Pittsburgh leads, 4-3

1976 Pittsburgh 1980 Pittsburgh 1982 Pittsburgh 1983 Pittsburgh 1990 Louisville 1992 Louisville 1993 Louisville 1994 Louisville 2005 Louisville 2006 Louisville 2007 Louisville 2008 Pittsburgh 2009 Pittsburgh 2010 Pittsburgh 2011 Pittsburgh

27-6 Pitt Stadium 41-23 Pitt Stadium 63-14 Pitt Stadium 55-10 Cardinal Stadium 27-20 Pitt Stadium 31-16 Pitt Stadium 29-7 Pitt Stadium 33-29 Cardinal Stadium 42-20 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 48-24 Heinz Field 24-17 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 41-7 Heinz Field 35-10 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 20-3 Heinz Field 21-14 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad.

LOUISVILLE VS. RUTGERS All-Time Series: Rutgers leads, 7-4 BIG EAST: Louisville leads, 4-3 1976 Rutgers 1979 Rutgers 1984 Rutgers 1986 Rutgers 2005 Louisville 2006 Rutgers 2007 Louisville 2008 Rutgers 2009 Rutgers 2010 Louisville 2011 Louisville

34-0 Giants Stadium 31-7 Cardinal Stadium 38-21 Giants Stadium 41-0 Cardinal Stadium 56-5 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 28-25 Rutgers Stadium 41-38 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 63-14 Rutgers Stadium 34-14 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 40-13 Rutgers Stadium 16-14 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad.

LOUISVILLE VS. USF

All-Time Series: USF leads, 5-4 BIG EAST: USF leads, 4-3

2003 USF 2ot 31-28 Raymond James Stad. 2004 Louisville 41-9 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 2005 USF 45-14 Raymond James Stad. 2006 Louisville 31-8 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 2007 USF 55-17 Raymond James Stad. 2008 Louisville 24-20 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 2009 USF 34-22 Raymond James Stad. 2010 USF ot 24-21 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 2011 Louisville 34-24 Raymond James Stad.

LOUISVILLE VS. SYRACUSE All-Time Series: Tied, 5-5 BIG EAST: Louisville leads, 4-2

1985 Syracuse 1989 Syracuse 1992 Syracuse 2003 Louisville 2005 Louisville 2006 Louisville 2007 Syracuse 2008 Syracuse 2009 Louisville 2010 Louisville 2011 Louisville

48-0 Carrier Dome 24-13 Tokyo, Japan 15-9 Cardinal Stadium 30-20 Carrier Dome 41-17 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 28-13 Carrier Dome 38-35 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 28-21 Carrier Dome 10-9 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 28-20 Carrier Dome 27-10 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad.

LOUISVILLE VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: Temple leads, 3-2 BIG EAST: First meeting in 2012

1980 1982 1983 2003 2006

Temple Temple Temple Louisville Louisville

17-12 Cardinal Stadium 55-14 Cardinal Stadium 24-7 Temple Stadium 21-12 Papa John’s Cardinal Stad. 62-0 Lincoln Financial Field

PITTSBURGH VS. RUTGERS All-Time Series: Pittsburgh leads, 21-8 BIG EAST: Pittsburgh leads, 13-8

1981 Pittsburgh 47-3 Giants Stadium 1982 Pittsburgh 52-6 Pitt Stadium 1985 Pittsburgh 38-10 Giants Stadium 1986 Pittsburgh 20-6 Pitt Stadium 1987 Pittsburgh 17-0 Giants Stadium 1988 Pittsburgh 20-10 Pitt Stadium 1989 Pittsburgh 46-29 Dublin, Ireland 1990 Pittsburgh 45-21 Pitt Stadium 1991 Pittsburgh 22-17 Pitt Stadium 1992 Rutgers 21-16 Rutgers Stadium 1993 Pittsburgh 21-10 Giants Stadium 1994 Pittsburgh 35-21 Pitt Stadium 1995 Rutgers 42-24 Rutgers Stadium 1996 Pittsburgh 24-9 Pitt Stadium 1997 Pittsburgh 55-48 (2ot) Rutgers Stadium 1998 Rutgers 25-21 Pitt Stadium 1999 Pittsburgh 38-15 Rutgers Stadium 2000 Pittsburgh 29-17 Three Rivers Stadium 2001 Pittsburgh 42-0 Rutgers Stadium 2002 Pittsburgh 23-3 Heinz Field 2003 Pittsburgh 42-32 Rutgers Stadium 2004 Pittsburgh 41-17 Heinz Field 2005 Rutgers 37-29 Rutgers Stadium 2006 Rutgers 20-10 Heinz Field 2007 Rutgers 20-16 Rutgers Stadium 2008 Rutgers 54-34 Heinz Field 2009 Pittsburgh 24-17 Rutgers Stadium 2010 Pittsburgh 41-21 Heinz Field 2011 Rutgers 34-10 High Point Solutions Stad.

PITTSBURGH VS. USF All-Time Series: Pittsburgh leads, 6-3 BIG EAST: Pittsburgh leads, 5-2 2001 USF 2004 Pittsburgh 2005 Pittsburgh 2006 USF 2007 USF 2008 Pittsburgh 2009 Pittsburgh 2010 Pittsburgh 2011 Pittsburgh

35-26 Heinz Field 43-14 Raymond James Stad. 31-17 Heinz Field 22-12 Raymond James Stad. 48-37 Heinz Field 26-21 Raymond James Stad. 41-14 Heinz Field 17-10 Raymond James Stad. 44-17 Heinz Field

PITTSBURGH VS. SYRACUSE All-Time Series: Pittsburgh leads, 34-30-3 BIG EAST: Syracuse leads, 12-9

1916 Pittsburgh 1917 Pittsburgh 1919 Syracuse 1920 Tie 1921 Pittsburgh 1922 Pittsburgh 1923 Syracuse 1924 Tie 1928 Pittsburgh 1930 Pittsburgh 1955 Pittsburgh 1956 Pittsburgh 1957 Syracuse 1958 Syracuse 1959 Syracuse 1960 Pittsburgh 1961 Syracuse 1962 Pittsburgh 1963 Pittsburgh 1964 Syracuse 1965 Syracuse 1966 Syracuse 1967 Syracuse 1968 Syracuse 1969 Pittsburgh 1970 Syracuse

30-0 Archbold Stadium 28-0 Forbes Field 24-3 Archbold Stadium 7-7 Forbes Field 35-0 Forbes Field 21-14 Forbes Field 3-0 Yankee Stadium 7-7 Archbold Stadium 18-0 Pitt Stadium 14-0 Archbold Stadium 22-12 Archbold Stadium 14-7 Pitt Stadium 24-21 Pitt Stadium 16-13 Archbold Stadium 35-0 Pitt Stadium 10-0 Archbold Stadium 28-9 Archbold Stadium 24-6 Pitt Stadium 35-27 Pitt Stadium 21-6 Archbold Stadium 51-13 Shea Stadium 33-0 Archbold Stadium 14-7 Pitt Stadium 50-17 Archbold Stadium 21-20 Pitt Stadium 43-13 Archbold Stadium

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1971 Pittsburgh 31-21 Pitt Stadium 1972 Syracuse 10-6 Archbold Stadium 1973 Pittsburgh 28-14 Pitt Stadium 1974 Pittsburgh 21-13 Archbold Stadium 1975 Pittsburgh 38-0 Archbold Stadium 1976 Pittsburgh 23-13 Pitt Stadium 1977 Pittsburgh 28-21 Pitt Stadium 1978 Pittsburgh 18-17 Archbold Stadium 1979 Pittsburgh 28-21 Pitt Stadium 1980 Pittsburgh 43-6 Carrier Dome 1981 Pittsburgh 23-10 Pitt Stadium 1982 Pittsburgh 14-0 Carrier Dome 1983 Pittsburgh 13-10 Pitt Stadium 1984 Syracuse 13-7 Carrier Dome 1985 Syracuse 12-0 Pitt Stadium 1986 Syracuse 24-20 Carrier Dome 1987 Syracuse 24-10 Pitt Stadium 1988 Syracuse 24-7 Carrier Dome 1989 Pittsburgh 30-23 Pitt Stadium 1990 Tie 20-20 Carrier Dome 1991 Syracuse 31-27 Pitt Stadium 1992 Syracuse 41-10 Carrier Dome 1993 Syracuse 24-21 Pitt Stadium 1994 Syracuse 31-7 Carrier Dome 1995 Syracuse 42-10 Pitt Stadium 1996 Syracuse 55-7 Carrier Dome 1997 Syracuse 32-27 Pitt Stadium 1998 Syracuse 45-28 Carrier Dome 1999 Syracuse 24-17 Pitt Stadium 2000 Syracuse 2ot 24-17 Carrier Dome 2001 Syracuse 42-10 Heinz Field 2002 Pittsburgh 48-24 Carrier Dome 2003 Pittsburgh 34-14 Heinz Field 2004 Syracuse 2ot 38-21 Carrier Dome 2005 Pittsburgh 34-17 Heinz Field 2006 Pittsburgh 21-11 Carrier Dome 2007 Pittsburgh 20-17 Heinz Field 2008 Pittsburgh 34-24 Carrier Dome 2009 Pittsburgh 37-10 Heinz Field 2010 Pittsburgh 45-14 Carrier Dome 2011 Pittsburgh 33-20 Heinz Field

PITTSBURGH VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: Pittsburgh leads, 26-8-1 BIG EAST: Pittsburgh leads, 11-3

1938 1939 1945 1946 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Temple Tie Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Temple Pittsburgh Temple Temple Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Temple Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Temple Pittsburgh Temple Temple Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh

28-6 Temple Stadium 13-7 Temple Stadium 6-0 Pitt Stadium 0-0 Pitt Stadium 35-24 Pitt Stadium 55-6 Veterans Stadium 21-7 Pitt Stadium 76-0 Veterans Stadium 20-12 Pitt Stadium 10-9 Veterans Stadium 36-2 Pitt Stadium 35-0 Veterans Stadium 38-17 Pitt Stadium 35-0 Veterans Stadium 13-12 Veterans Stadium 21-17 Veterans Stadium * 19-13 Pitt Stadium 24-21 Veterans Stadium 42-7 Pitt Stadium 27-3 Veterans Stadium 28-18 Pitt Stadium 26-7 Pitt Stadium 27-20 Veterans Stadium 28-18 Veterans Stadium 45-19 Pitt Stadium 29-27 Veterans Stadium 53-52 Pitt Stadium 17-13 Veterans Stadium 34-33 Pitt Stadium 55-24 Pitt Stadium 7-0 Veterans Stadium 33-7 Heinz Field 29-22 Veterans Stadium 30-16 Lincoln Financial Field 27-22 Lincoln Financial Field

* Temple forfeited due to use of an ineligible player

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RUTGERS VS. USF All-Time Series: Rutgers leads, 5-2 BIG EAST: Rutgers leads, 5-2 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

USF Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers USF Rutgers

45-31 Rutgers Stadium 22-20 Raymond James Stad. 30-27 Rutgers Stadium 49-16 Raymond James Stad. 31-0 Rutgers Stadium 28-27 Raymond James Stad. ot 20-17 High Point Solutions Stad.

RUTGERS VS. SYRACUSE All-Time Series: Syracuse leads, 30-11-1 BIG EAST: Syracuse leads, 14-7

1914 Tie 14-14 Archbold Stadium 1917 Syracuse 14-10 Archbold Stadium 1918 Syracuse 21-0 Archbold Stadium 1919 Syracuse 14-0 Archbold Stadium 1930 Syracuse 27-0 Archbold Stadium 1941 Syracuse 49-7 Archbold Stadium 1942 Syracuse 12-7 Rutgers Stadium 1949 Syracuse 21-9 Rutgers Stadium 1950 Syracuse 42-12 Archbold Stadium 1975 Rutgers 21-10 Rutgers Stadium 1980 Syracuse 17-9 Carrier Dome 1981 Rutgers 29-27 Carrier Dome 1982 Syracuse 31-8 Giants Stadium 1983 Syracuse 17-13 Carrier Dome 1984 Rutgers 19-0 Carrier Dome 1985 Syracuse 31-14 Rutgers Stadium 1986 Rutgers 16-10 Carrier Dome 1987 Syracuse 20-3 Rutgers Stadium 1988 Syracuse 34-20 Carrier Dome 1989 Syracuse 49-28 Rutgers Stadium 1990 Syracuse 42-0 Carrier Dome 1991 Syracuse 21-7 Giants Stadium 1992 Syracuse 50-28 Carrier Dome 1993 Syracuse 31-18 Giants Stadium 1994 Syracuse 37-36 Carrier Dome 1995 Syracuse 27-17 Rutgers Stadium 1996 Syracuse 42-0 Carrier Dome 1997 Syracuse 50-3 Rutgers Stadium 1998 Syracuse 70-14 Carrier Dome 1999 Rutgers ot 24-21 Rutgers Stadium 2000 Syracuse 49-21 Carrier Dome 2001 Syracuse 24-17 Rutgers Stadium 2002 Syracuse 45-14 Carrier Dome 2003 Rutgers 24-7 Rutgers Stadium 2004 Syracuse 41-31 Carrier Dome 2005 Rutgers 31-9 Carrier Dome 2006 Rutgers 38-7 Rutgers Stadium 2007 Rutgers 38-14 Carrier Dome 2008 Rutgers 35-17 Rutgers Stadium 2009 Syracuse 31-13 Carrier Dome 2010 Syracuse 13-10 Rutgers Stadium 2011 Rutgers 2ot 19-16 Carrier Dome

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RUTGERS VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: Rutgers leads, 19-15 BIG EAST: Rutgers leads, 9-5

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1954 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Rutgers Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Temple Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Temple Rutgers Temple Temple Temple Temple Rutgers Rutgers

34-20 Rutgers Stadium 14-7 Temple Stadium 26-20 Rutgers Stadium 14-7 Temple Stadium 40-28 Rutgers Stadium 25-0 Rutgers Stadium 24-14 Veterans Stadium 13-10 Rutgers Stadium 41-20 Rutgers Stadium 21-3 Franklin Field 24-12 Rutgers Stadium 10-7 Veterans Stadium 24-23 Rutgers Stadium 10-9 Rutgers Stadium 14-13 Veterans Stadium * 29-22 Rutgers Stadium 17-14 Veterans Stadium 35-30 Rutgers Stadium 36-33 Veterans Stadium 29-22 Rutgers Stadium 41-0 Rutgers Stadium 35-10 Veterans Stadium 62-0 Giants Stadium 38-21 Rutgers Stadium 23-20 Veterans Stadium 28-17 Rutgers Stadium 49-7 Veterans Stadium 21-10 Rutgers Stadium 56-28 Veterans Stadium 48-14 Rutgers Stadium 30-5 Veterans Stadium 20-17 Rutgers Stadium 30-14 Lincoln Financial Field 16-6 Rutgers Stadium

USF VS. SYRACUSE All-Time Series: USF leads, 6-1 BIG EAST: USF leads, 6-1

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

USF USF USF USF USF Syracuse USF

27-0 Carrier Dome 27-10 Raymond James Stad. 41-10 Carrier Dome 45-13 Raymond James Stad. 34-20 Carrier Dome 13-9 Raymond James Stad. 37-17 Carrier Dome

USF VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: First meeting in 2012 BIG EAST: First meeting in 2012

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SYRACUSE VS. TEMPLE All-Time Series: Syracuse leads, 25-10-1 BIG EAST: Syracuse leads, 12-2 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1972 1976 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1985 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Tie Temple Syracuse Syracuse Temple Temple Temple Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Temple Syracuse Temple Temple Temple Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syraucse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Temple Syracuse Temple

7-7 Temple Stadium 7-6 Temple Stadium 28-7 Archbold Stadium 28-12 Archbold Stadium 20-0 Temple Stadium 27-14 Archbold Stadium 7-6 Temple Stadium 19-0 Archbold Stadium 27-0 Temple Stadium 42-0 Archbold Stadium 17-10 Archbold Stadium 24-16 Archbold Stadium 49-17 Veterans Stadium 31-7 Carrier Dome 31-19 Veterans Stadium 23-18 Carrier Dome 17-6 Franklin Field 29-14 Carrier Dome 27-24 Veterans Stadium 31-21 Carrier Dome 43-3 Veterans Stadium 19-9 Carrier Dome 27-6 Carrier Dome 38-7 Veterans Stadium 52-3 Carrier Dome 49-42 Veterans Stadium 31-14 Carrier Dome 36-15 Veterans Stadium 60-7 Carrier Dome 38-7 Veterans Stadium 27-10 Carrier Dome 31-12 Veterans Stadium 45-3 Carrier Dome 17-16 Veterans Stadium 41-17 Carrier Dome 34-24 Lincoln Financial Field


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INTRACONFERENCE RECORDS

Overall Since 1993 (Round Robin begins) Since 1991 (Formation of BIG EAST) CINCINNATI BE93 BE91

CIN W-L-T — — —

CONN W-L-T 6-2-0 5-2-0 5-2-0

LOU W-L-T 30-21-1 4-3-0 4-3-0

PITT W-L-T 3-8-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

RU W-L-T 8-8-1 5-2-0 5-2-0

USF W-L-T 6-3-0 5-2-0 5-2-0

SU W-L-T 7-5-0 6-1-0 6-1-0

TEM W-L-T 4-9-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

CONNECTICUT BE93 BE91

2-6-0 2-5-0 2-5-0

— — —

3-5-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

4-4-0 4-4-0 4-4-0

10-21-0 3-5-0 3-5-0

5-4-0 5-2-0 5-2-0

6-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0

4-8-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

21-30-1 3-4-0 3-4-0

5-3-0 4-3-0 4-3-0

— — —

8-7-0 4-3-0 4-3-0

4-7-0 4-3-0 4-3-0

4-5-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

6-5-0 5-2-0 5-2-0

2-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

PITTSBURGH BE93 BE91

8-3-0 4-3-0 4-3-0

4-4-0 4-4-0 4-4-0

7-8-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

— — —

21-8-0 12-7-0 13-8-0

6-3-0 4-3-0 4-3-0

34-30-3 9-10-0 9-12-0

26-8-1 9-3-0 11-3-0

RUTGERS BE93 BE91

8-8-1 2-5-0 2-5-0

21-10-0 5-3-0 5-3-0

7-4-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

8-21-0 7-12-0 8-13-0

— — —

5-2-0 5-2-0 5-2-0

11-30-1 7-12-0 7-14-0

19-15-0 7-5-0 9-5-0

USF BE93 BE91

3-6-0 2-5-0 2-5-0

4-5-0 2-5-0 2-5-0

5-4-0 4-3-0 4-3-0

3-6-0 3-4-0 3-4-0

2-5-0 2-5-0 2-5-0

— — —

6-1-0 6-1-0 6-1-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

SYRACUSE BE93 BE91

5-7-0 1-6-0 1-6-0

2-6-0 2-6-0 2-6-0

5-6-0 2-5-0 2-5-0

30-34-3 10-9-0 12-9-0

30-11-1 12-7-0 14-7-0

1-6-0 1-6-0 1-6-0

— — —

25-10-1 10-2-0 12-2-0

TEMPLE BE93 BE91

9-4-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

8-4-0 1-0-0 1-0-0

3-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

8-26-1 3-9-0 3-11-0

15-19-0 5-7-0 5-9-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

10-25-1 2-10-0 2-12-0

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LOUISVILLE BE93 BE91

TEAM-BY-TEAM NON-CONFERENCE RECORDS

TEAM-BY-TEAM NON-CONFERENCE RECORDS

School Cincinnati Connecticut Louisville Pittsburgh Rutgers USF Syracuse Temple Totals

School Cincinnati Connecticut Louisville Pittsburgh Rutgers USF Syracuse Temple Totals

Records as BIG EAST members; does not include bowl games

Since 1993 W L T Pct. 27 10 0 .730 27 13 0 .675 .750 27 9 0 48 40 0 .545 50 37 0 .575 26 11 0 .703 46 41 1 .523 13 39 0 .250 264 200 1 .568

Since 1991 W L T Pct. 27 10 0 .730 27 13 0 .675 27 9 0 .750 53 48 0 .525 57 41 0 .582 26 11 0 .703 51 41 1 .548 16 47 0 .254 284 220 1 .562

Records as BIG EAST members; includes bowl games

2012 BIG EAST Football

Since 1993 W L T Pct. 29 11 0 .725 29 14 0 .674 .684 26 12 0 48 43 0 .527 55 36 0 .604 32 8 0 .800 50 38 1 .562 13 38 0 .255 282 200 1 .584

Since 1991 W L T Pct. 29 11 0 .725 29 14 0 .674 26 12 0 .684 53 42 0 .558 59 38 0 .608 32 8 0 .800 56 41 1 .571 16 46 0 .258 300 212 1 .585

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NONCONFERENCE RECORDS 

vs. Atlantic Coast Conference

Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami (Fla.) North Carolina North Carolina State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Record vs. ACC

vs. Big 12 Conference

Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas TCU Record vs. Big 12

vs. Big South Conference

Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Liberty Stony Brook Record vs. Big South

vs. Big Sky Conference Eastern Washington Record vs. Big Sky

vs. Big Ten Conference

Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue Wisconsin Record vs. Big Ten

0-1 6-1 3-2 8-14 3-7 18-13 2-4 8-10 4-8-1 11-12 0-4 1-7 66-83-1

.000 .857 .600 .364 .300 .581 .333 .444 .308 .478 .000 .125 .440

4-0 1-2 0-1 5-4 1-5 1-0 2-4-1 1-0 15-16-1

1.000 .333 .000 .556 .167 1.000 .357 1.000 .469

1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 5-0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

1-0 1-0

1.000 1.000

3-2 2-0 1-3 1-6 3-4 3-2 1-5 3-1 1-9 7-24 1-2 1-2 27-60

.600 1.000 .250 .143 .429 .600 .167 .750 .100 .226 .333 .333 .310

vs. Colonial Athletic Association

James Madison Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Richmond Villanova William & Mary Record vs. CAA

vs. Conference USA

Central Florida East Carolina Houston Marshall Memphis SMU Southern Mississippi Tulane UAB UTEP Record vs. C-USA

vs. Gateway Conference Youngstown State Record vs. Gateway

5-0 5-0 1-1 4-0 2-0 4-2 0-1 21-4

1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .667 .000 .840

13-0 24-12 3-1 8-2 3-0 0-1 6-2 8-2 5-0 1-0 71-20

1.000 .667 .750 .800 1.000 .000 .750 .800 1.000 1.000 .780

1-0 1-0

1.000 1.000

vs. Mid-American Conference

Akron Ball State Bowling Green Buffalo Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Massachusetts Miami (Ohio) Northern Illinois Ohio Toledo Western Michigan Record vs. MAC

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11-5 7-0 6-4 15-1 2-0 7-0 9-0 1-0 7-3-1 1-0 7-1 7-4 5-3 83-19-1

.688 1.000 .600 .938 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .636 1.000 .875 .636 .625 .806

vs. Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference

Howard Florida A&M Norfolk State North Carolina Central Record vs. MEAC

3-0 7-0 3-0 1-0 14-0

Army Brigham Young Navy Notre Dame Record vs. Independents

1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 7-0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

The records listed are based on results of teams’ playing the opponents as members of the BIG EAST Conference since 1991. Conference memberships are based on current alignments. Opponents may not have necessarily been part of that conference when playing BIG EAST squads. Games against discontinued programs (Boston University, Long Beach State) are not listed.

1-0 2-0 3-0 2-0 8-0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

ANNUAL NON-CONFERENCE RECORD Does Not Include Bowl Games

2-1 2-2 0-4 4-1 1-1 0-1 4-2 0-1 1-1 0-5 1-4 1-2 16-25

.667 .500 .000 .800 .500 .000 .667 .000 .500 .000 .200 .333 .390

2-0 1-0 3-0

1.000 1.000 1.000

vs. Mountain West Conference

Air Force Colorado State San Diego State UNLV Wyoming Record vs. Mountain West

vs. Ohio Valley Conference

Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky Murray State Southeast Missouri State Record vs. Ohio Valley

vs. Pacific-12 Conference

Arizona Arizona State California Colorado UCLA Oregon Oregon State USC Stanford Utah Washington Washington State Record vs. Pac-12

vs. Patriot League

Colgate Fordham Record vs. Patriot League

vs. Southeastern Conference

Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana State Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt Record vs. SEC

vs. Southern Conference

Chattanooga The Citadel Elon Furman Georgia Southern Western Carolina Wofford Record vs. Southern

vs. Southland Conference

McNeese State Record vs. Southland

1-2 1-0 2-2 4-4 2-0 5-3 1-2 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-3 1-7 3-1 4-1 31-26

.333 1.000 .500 .500 1.000 .625 .333 1.000 1.000 .667 .400 .125 .750 .800 .544

1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 10-0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

2-0 2-0

1.000 1.000

vs. Southwestern Athletic Conference

Grambling State Texas Southern Record vs. SWAC

vs. Sun Belt Conference

Arkansas State Florida Atlantic Florida International Idaho Middle Tennessee State Louisiana Troy State Western Kentucky Record vs. Sun Belt

1-0 2-0 3-0

1.000 1.000 1.000

6-0 3-0 4-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 21-1

1.000 1.000 .800 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .955

vs. Western Athletic Conference

Fresno State Hawaii Louisiana Tech Tulsa Record vs. WAC

vs. Independents

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

1-1 1-1 3-0 2-0 7-2

.500 .500 1.000 1.000 .778

2012 BIG EAST Football

YEAR 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total

WON 31 26 21 21 13 18 13 17 17 24 22 27 25 21 19 32 29 29 32 24 26 487

LOST TIED 21 0 19 2 10 1 12 0 20 0 15 0 20 0 15 0 16 0 8 0 11 0 14 0 15 0 13 0 13 0 8 0 11 0 12 0 8 0 16 0 14 0 291 3

Includes Bowl Games YEAR 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total

WON 27 23 22 15 20 13 19 19 28 26 30 27 23 21 37 32 33 36 28 29 540

23-4 1-1 22-9 13-24 60-35

LOST TIED 21 2 12 1 15 0 20 0 17 0 24 0 17 0 18 0 9 0 12 0 16 0 18 0 16 0 16 0 8 0 13 0 14 0 10 0 18 0 16 0 331 3

.852 .500 .710 .351 .632

PCT. .596 .574 .672 .636 .394 .545 .394 .531 .515 .750 .667 .659 .625 .618 .594 .800 .725 .707 .800 .600 .650 .624 PCT. .560 .653 .595 .429 .541 .351 .528 .514 .757 .684 .652 .600 .590 .568 .822 .711 .702 .783 .609 .644 .620


ATTENDANCE HISTORY 

2011 BIG EAST HOME ATTENDANCE SCHOOL (Capacity) GP Cincinnati (35,000/65,535) 6 7 Connecticut (40,000) Louisville (56,000) 6 Pittsburgh (65,050) 8 Rutgers (52,454) 7 USF (65,897) 7 7 Syracuse (49,262) West Virginia (60,000) 7 2011 TOTALS 55

TOTAL 193,757 256,676 291,225 368,022 306,327 311,848 283,528 395,006 2,407,109

AVG. 32,293 36,668 48,538 46,003 43,761 44,550 40,504 56,429 43,766

LARGEST CROWD 48,152 (vs. West Virginia) 38,769 (vs. Syracuse) 53,267 (vs. Marshall) 65,050 (vs. Notre Dame) 47,447 (vs. Cincinnati) 57,572 (vs. Miami) 45,265 (vs. West Virginia) 62,056 (vs. LSU) 65,050 (Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame)

LARGEST HOME CROWDS FOR BIG EAST TEAMS (Since 1991)

ATT. DATE SCORE 81,927 10-12-02 Miami 28, Florida State 27 80,905 10-7-00 Miami 27, Florida State 24 79,932 9-6-03 Miami 38, Florida 33 Miami 65, Washington 7 78,114 11-24-01 77,338 10-3-92 Miami 19, Florida State 16 77,410 11-4-00 Miami 41, Virginia Tech 21 77,010 10-8-94 Miami 34, Florida State 20 12-7-02 Miami 56, Virginia Tech 45 76,108 75,913 10-12-96 Florida State 34, Miami 16 Miami 26, Penn State 20 75,723 10-12-91 74,427 9-18-99 Penn State 27, Miami 23 74,292 9-19-92 Miami 38, Florida A&M 0 9-21-02 Miami 38, Boston College 6 73,622 71,842 9-12-91 Miami 40, Houston 10 West Virginia 17, Miami 14 70,222 11-20-93 69,722 11-8-03 Tennessee 10, Miami 6 68,548 8-31-02 Miami 63, Florida A&M 17 9-5-98 Ohio State 34, West Virginia 17 68,409 68,041 8-31-91 Pittsburgh 34, West Virginia 3

STADIUM/SITE Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Mountaineer Field/Morgantown Orange Bowl/Miami Orange Bowl/Miami Mountaineer Field/Morgantown Mountaineer Field/Morgantown

LARGEST CROWDS FOR NON-CONFERENCE AWAY GAMES

ATT. DATE SCORE STADIUM/SITE 113,090 9-4-10 Michigan 30, Connecticut 10 Michigan Stadium/Ann Arbor Syracuse 38, Michigan 28 Michigan Stadium/Ann Arbor 111,012 9-12-98 109,313 9-1-01 Miami 33, Penn State 7 Beaver Stadium/State College 107,745 11-9-02 Miami 26, Tennessee 3 Neyland Stadium/Knoxville Tennessee 33, Syracuse 9 Neyland Stadium/Knoxville 107,725 9-1-01 106,445 9-6-03 Boston College 27, Penn State 14 Beaver Stadium/State College Beaver Stadium/State College 106,387 9-12-09 Penn State 28, Syracuse 7 105,936 9-3-94 Michigan 34, Boston College 26 Michigan Stadium/Ann Arbor 105,291 9-21-96 Michigan 20, Boston College 14 Michigan Stadium/Ann Arbor 105,037 9-16-06 Ohio State 37, Cincinnati 7 Ohio Stadium 103,925 9-28-02 Tennessee 35, Rutgers 14 Neyland Stadium/Knoxville 101,553 8-30-03 Penn State 23, Temple 10 Beaver Stadium/State College 99,235 9-3-05 Penn State 23, USF 13 Beaver Stadium/State College 98,727 9-10-05 Penn State 42, Cincinnati 24 Beaver Stadium/State College 97,115 9-6-97 Penn State 34, Pittsburgh 17 Beaver Stadium/State College 96,735 9-13-97 Penn State 52, Temple 10 Beaver Stadium/State College 96,704 10-10-92 Miami 17, Penn State 14 Beaver Stadium/State College 96,445 10-26-91 Penn State 51, West Virginia 6 Beaver Stadium/State College 96,130 10-17-92 Boston College 35, Penn State 32 Beaver Stadium/State College 96,127 9-11-99 Penn State 20, Pittsburgh 17 Beaver Stadium/State College

YEAR-BY-YEAR OVERALL ATTENDANCE

SELL- PERCENT YEAR GP ATTEND. AVG. OUTS CAPACITY 5 69.7 1991 47 1,788,611 38,056 1992 48 1,847,269 38,485 15 70.7 1993 47 1,787,843 38,039 11 72.6 1994 46 1,902,096 41,350 8 73.9 1995 44 1,679,023 38,160 8 67.2 9 68.6 1996 47 1,825,870 38,848 1997 45 1,585,572 35,235 5 63.5 1998 48 1,914,957 39,895 7 72.1 1999 46 1,837,478 39,945 8 71.6 2000 49 2,050,710 41,851 13 74.9 9 71.3 2001 49 1,943,695 39,667 2002 53 2,332,544 44,010 6 79.3 2003 51 2,411,880 47,292 13 80.7 2004 41 1,549,992 37,805 10 75.3 2005 46 1,812,406 39,400 11 79.2 2006 52 2,030,211 39,043 13 78.5 2007 53 2,197,136 41,455 22 86.8 2008 52 2,242,997 43,135 17 86.8 2009 53 2,374,603 44,804 11 86.7 2010 53 2,387,791 45,053 4 84.8 2011 55 2,407,109 43,766 3 81.2

YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE AVERAGE LEADERS

YEAR 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

SCHOOL Miami Miami West Virginia Miami West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech Miami Virginia Tech West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia

G 6 6 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 6 6 7 6 6 7 8 7

TOTAL 347,785 334,052 404,500 361,986 301,780 334,176 317,126 324,816 315,111 350,578 321,972 417,233 455,805 339,269 336,720 411,408 362,399 358,574 401,216 446,046 395,006

AVG. 57,964 55,675 57,786 60,331 50,297 55,696 52,854 54,136 52,519 58,430 53,662 69,539 65,115 56,545 56,120 58,773 60,400 59,762 57,317 55,756 56,429

ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE RECORDS FOR BIG EAST TEAMS

TEAM Cincinnati Connecticut Louisville Pittsburgh Rutgers USF Syracuse Temple

HOME 58,253 vs. Oklahoma, 9/25/10 (at Paul Brown Stadium) 40,000 on 30 occasions 55,237 vs. Kentucky, 9/4/10 68,918 vs. Fordham, 10-29-38 64,790 vs. Penn State, 9/2/77 (at Giants Stadium) 47,447 vs. Cincinnati, 11/19/12 67,012 vs. West Virginia, 9/28/07 50,564 vs. Miami (Ohio), 9/20/80 69,029 vs. Penn State, 1110/07

AWAY 105,037 at Ohio State, 9/16/06 113,090 at Michigan, 9/4/10 70,988 at Kentucky, 9/19/09 97,115 at Penn State, 9/6/97 103,925 at Tennessee, 9/28/02

99,235 at Penn State, 9/3/05 111,012 at Michigan, 9/12/98 105,950 at Penn State, 11/11/06

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COACHING RECORDS 

All-Time Winningest Coaches By Overall Victories

All-Time Winningest Coaches By BIG EAST Victories

Since 1991, all games played Coach, Team Paul Pasqualoni, Syracuse/Connecticut Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech Greg Schiano, Rutgers Don Nehlen, West Virginia Rich Rodriquez, West Virginia ^ Tom O’Brien, Boston College Walt Harris, Pittsburgh Butch Davis, Miami Randy Edsall, Connecticut Dennis Erickson, Miami Dave Wannstedt, Pittsburgh ^ Jim Leavitt, USF Larry Coker, Miami Brian Kelly, Cincinnati ^ Bill Stewart, West Virginia ^ Doug Graber, Rutgers Tom Coughlin, Boston College Bobby Petrino, Louisville Bobby Wallace, Temple Doug Marrone, Syracuse Dan Henning, Boston College Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville Charlie Strong, Louisville Butch Jones, Cincinnati Skip Holtz, USF John Majors, Pittsburgh Mark Dantonio, Cincinnati ^ Terry Shea, Rutgers Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Greg Robinson, Syracuse Paul Hackett, Pittsburgh Ron Dickerson, Temple Todd Graham, Pittsburgh ^ Jerry Berndt, Temple Phil Bennett, Pittsburgh ^ Sal Sunseri, Pittsburgh Jeff Quinn, Cincinnati ^ Keith Patterson, Pittsburgh ^

Won Lost Tied 112 108 68 61 60 57 52 51 50 42 42 40 35 34 28 26 21 21 19 17 16 15 14 14 13 12 11 11 10 10 9 8 6 3 1 0 0 0

63 48 67 42 26 39 44 20 37 6 31 24 3 6 12 28 13 4 60 20 19 21 12 11 12 32 12 44 3 37 14 47 7 19 0 1 1 1

1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Since 1991, conference games only

Pct.

Years

.636 .691 .504 .590 .698 .594 .542 .718 .575 .875 .575 .625 .921 .850 .700 .482 .614 .840 .241 .459 .458 .417 .538 .560 .520 .273 .478 .200 .769 .213 .391 .145 .462 .136 1.000 .000 .000 .000

15 (1991-2004, 2011) 13 (1991-03) 11 (2001-11) 10 (1991-2000) 7 (2001-07) 8 (1997-2004) 8 (1997-2004) 6 (1995-2000) 6 (2004-10) 4 (1991-94) 6 (2005-10) 5 (2005-09) 3 (2001-03) 3 (2007-09) 4 (2007-10) 5 (1991-95) 3 (1991-93) 2 (2005-06) 7 (1998-04) 3 (2009-11) 4 (1993-96) 3 (2007-09) 2 (2010-11) 2 (2010-11) 2 (2010-11) 4 (1993-96) 2 (2005-06) 5 (1996-2000) 1 (2011) 4 (2005-08) 2 (1991-92) 5 (1993-97) 1 (2011) 2 (1991-92) 1 (2010) 1 (1992) 1 (2009) 1 (2011)

All-Time Winningest Coaches By Overall Percentage Since 1991, all games played Coach, Team Phil Bennett, Pittsburgh ^ Larry Coker, Miami Dennis Erickson, Miami Brian Kelly, Cincinnati ^ Bobby Petrino, Louisville Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Butch Davis, Miami Bill Stewart, West Virginia ^ Rich Rodriquez, West Virginia ^ Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech Paul Pasqualoni, Syracuse/Connecticut Jim Leavitt, USF Tom Coughlin, Boston College Tom O’Brien, Boston College Don Nehlen, West Virginia Dave Wannstedt, Pittsburgh ^ Randy Edsall, Connecticut Butch Jones, Cincinnati Walt Harris, Pittsburgh Charlie Strong, Louisville Skip Holtz, USF Greg Schiano, Rutgers Doug Graber, Rutgers Mark Dantonio, Cincinnati ^ Todd Graham, Pittsburgh ^ Doug Marrone, Syracuse Dan Henning, Boston College Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville Paul Hackett, Pittsburgh John Majors, Pittsburgh Bobby Wallace, Temple Greg Robinson, Syracuse Terry Shea, Rutgers Ron Dickerson, Temple Jerry Berndt, Temple Sal Sunseri, Pittsburgh Jeff Quinn, Cincinnati ^ Keith Patterson, Pittsburgh ^

Won 1 35 42 34 21 10 51 28 60 108 112 40 21 57 61 42 50 14 52 14 13 68 26 11 6 17 16 15 9 12 19 10 11 8 3 0 0 0

Lost 0 3 6 6 4 3 20 12 26 48

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

63 24 13 39 42 31 37 11 44 12 12 67 28 12 7 20 19 21 14 32 60 37 44 47 19 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tied Pct. 1.000 .921 .875 .850 .840 .769 .718 .700 .698 .691 .636 .625 .614 .594 .590 .575 .575 .560 .542 .538 .520 .504 .482 .478 .462 .459 .458 .417 .391 .273 .241 .213 .200 .145 .136 .000 .000 .000

Years 1 (2010) 3 (2001-03) 4 (1991-94) 3 (2007-09) 2 (2005-06) 1 (2011) 6 (1995-2000) 4 (2007-10) 7 (2001-07) 13 (1991-03)

15 (1991-2004, 2011) 5 (2005-09) 3 (1991-93) 8 (1997-2004) 10 (1991-2000) 6 (2005-10) 6 (2004-10) 2 (2010-11) 8 (1997-2004) 2 (2010-11) 2 (2010-11) 11 (2001-11) 5 (1991-95) 2 (2005-06) 1 (2011) 3 (2009-11) 4 (1993-96) 3 (2007-09) 2 (1991-92) 4 (1993-96) 7 (1998-04) 4 (2005-08) 5 (1996-2000) 5 (1993-97) 2 (1991-92) 1 (1992) 1 (2009) 1 (2011)

Coach, Team Paul Pasqualoni, Syracuse/Connecticut Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech Don Nehlen, West Virginia Rich Rodriquez, West Virginia Butch Davis, Miami Walt Harris, Pittsburgh Greg Schiano, Rutgers Tom O’Brien, Boston College Dave Wannstedt, Pittsburgh Randy Edsall, Connecticut Larry Coker, Miami Dennis Erickson, Miami Brian Kelly, Cincinnati Jim Leavitt, USF Bill Stewart, West Virginia Bobby Petrino, Louisville Doug Graber, Rutgers Bobby Wallace, Temple Tom Coughlin, Boston College Dan Henning, Boston College Charlie Strong, Louisville John Majors, Pittsburgh Butch Jones, Cincinnati Mark Dantonio, Cincinnati Doug Marrone, Syracuse Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville Paul Hackett, Pittsburgh Skip Holtz, USF Terry Shea, Rutgers Ron Dickerson, Temple Todd Graham, Pittsburgh Greg Robinson, Syracuse Jerry Berndt, Temple

65 57 39 34 33 28 28 27 24 22 20 19 17 17 15 11 11 10 9 9 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 0

37 26 29 14 9 27 48 28 18 26 1 1 4 18 6 3 20 38 7 11 6 21 7 8 15 2 16 5 10 31 31 3 25 11

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct.

Years

.637 .687 .565 .708 .786 .509 .368 .491 .571 .458 .952 .950 .810 .486 .714 .786 .344 .208 .529 .429 .571 .250 .500 .429 .286 .714 .238 .444 .286 .114 .114 .571 .107 .000

15 (1991-2004, 2011) 13 (1991-2003) 10 (1991-2000) 6 (2001-06) 6 (1995-2000) 8 (1997-2004) 10 (2001-10) 8 (1997-2004) 6 (2005-10) 7 (2004-10) 3 (2001-03) 4 (1991-94) 3 (2007-09) 5 (2005-09) 3 (2008-10) 2 (2005-06) 5 (1991-95) 7 (1998-2004) 3 (1991-93) 4 (1993-96) 2 (2010-11) 4 (1993-96) 1 (2010) 2 (2005-06) 3 (2009-11) 1 (2011) 3 (2007-09) 2 (1991-92) 2 (2010-11) 5 (1996-00) 5 (1993-97) 1 (2011) 4 (2005-08) 2 (1991-92)

All-Time Winningest Coaches By BIG EAST Percentage Since 1991, conference regular season games only Coach, Team Larry Coker, Miami Dennis Erickson, Miami Brian Kelly, Cincinnati Butch Davis, Miami Bobby Petrino, Louisville Bill Stewart, West Virginia Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Rich Rodriquez, West Virginia Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech Paul Pasqualoni, Syracuse/Connecticut Dave Wannstedt, Pittsburgh Charlie Strong, Louisville Todd Graham, Pittsburgh Don Nehlen, West Virginia Tom Coughlin, Boston College Walt Harris, Pittsburgh Butch Jones, Cincinnati Tom O’Brien, Boston College Jim Leavitt, USF Randy Edsall, Connecticut Paul Hackett, Pittsburgh Dan Henning, Boston College Mark Dantonio, Cincinnati Greg Schiano, Rutgers Doug Graber, Rutgers Doug Marrone, Syracuse Skip Holtz, USF John Majors, Pittsburgh Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville Bobby Wallace, Temple Terry Shea, Rutgers Ron Dickerson, Temple Greg Robinson, Syracuse Jerry Berndt, Temple Active coaches in bold

Note: Records only include years in which those coaches were in the BIG EAST. ^ Brian Kelly coached the last game of the 2006 season and the first 12 games of the 2009 season for Cincinnati; Jeff Quinn coached the last game of the 2009 season for Cincinnati; Bill Stewart coached the last game of the 2007 season for West Virginia; Sal Sunseri coached the last game of the 1992 season for Pittsburgh; Dave Wannstedt coached the first 12 games of the 2010 season for Pittsburgh; Phil Bennett coached the last game of the 2010 season for Pittsburgh; Todd Graham coached the first 11 games of the 2011 season for Pittsburgh; Keith Patterson coached the final game of the 2011 season for Pittsburgh.

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Won Lost Tied

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Won Lost 20 1 19 1 17 4 33 9 11 3 15 6 5 2 34 14 57 26 65 24 8 4 39 9 28 7 27 17 22 4 9 6 28 11 6 4 7 5 10 4 4 3 0

37 18 6 3 29 7 27 7 28 18 26 5 11 8 48 20 15 10 21 16 38 31 31 25 11

Tied 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .952 .950 .810 .786 .786 .714 .714 .708 .687

Years 3 (2001-03) 4 (1991-94) 3 (2007-09) 6 (1995-2000) 2 (2005-06) 3 (2008-10) 1 (2011) 6 (2001-06) 13 (1991-2003)

0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.637 .571 .571 .571 .565 .529 .509 .500 .491 .486 .458 .444 .429 .429 .368 .344 .286 .286 .250 .238 .208 .114 .114 .107 0

15 (1991-2004, 2011) 6 (2005-10) 2 (2010-11) 1 (2011) 10 (1991-2000) 3 (1991-93) 8 (1997-2004) 1 (2010) 8 (1997-2004) 5 (2005-09) 7 (2004-10) 2 (1991-92) 4 (1993-96) 2 (2005-06) 10 (2001-10) 5 (1991-95) 3 (2009-11) 2 (2010-11) 4 (1993-96) 3 (2007-09) 7 (1998-2004) 5 (1996-00) 5 (1993-97) 4 (2005-08) 2 (1991-92)


ACADEMIC HONORS 

BIG EAST FOOTBALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Established to recognize student-athletes who have achieved success in the classroom and on the field. The award was presented in football for the first time following the 2000 season. The winner receives a scholarship which may be applied to graduate or professional studies. Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Player, School JK Schaffer, Cincinnati John Goebel, Cincinnati Reed Williams, West Virginia Conor Lee, Pittsburgh Brian Brohm, Louisville Jay Henry, West Virginia Garin Justice, West Virginia Vince Crochunis, Pittsburgh Nate Jones, Rutgers Matt Walters, Miami Kyle Johnson, Syracuse RaMon Johnson, Boston College

Major Criminal Justice Educational Leadership Finance & Marketing Business Administration Finance Finance/Accounting Education Administration & Policy Studies Finance Mechanical Engineering Business Administration Business Administration

BIG EAST FOOTBALL ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

First awarded following the 1992 season, the team recognizes student-athletes who have cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better and have completed a minimum of two semesters of academic work.

2011 (182)

Alex Apyan, Cincinnati Austen Bunjoch, Cincinnati Tom DeTemple, Cincinnati Drew Frey, Cincinnati Jacob Giltrow, Cincinnati Dan Giordano, Cincinnati Alex Hoffman, Cincinnati Sean Hooey, Cincinnati Brendon Kay, Cincinnati Cory Keebler, Cincinnati Eric Lefeld, Cincinnati John Lloyd, Cincinnati Colin Lozier, Cincinnati Jordan Luallen, Cincinnati Breon Mapp, Cincinnati Mitch Meador, Cincinnati Tony Miliano, Cincinnati Pat O’Donnell, Cincinnati Demetrius Richardson, Cincinnati Joshua Russ, Cincinnati JK Schaffer, Cincinnati George Winn, Cincinnati Adrian Witty, Cincinnati Harris Agbor, Connecticut Jimmy Bennett, Connecticut Tyler Bennett, Connecticut Robert Cherry, Connecticut Jeremy Claflin, Connecticut Steve Greene, Connecticut Frank Guardi, Connecticut Jory Johnson, Connecticut Alex Kantor, Connecticut Chris Lopes, Connecticut Dominick Manco, Connecticut Corey Manning, Connecticut Chris Matteis, Connecticut Scott McCummings, Connecticut Adam Mueller, Connecticut Alex Pagan, Connecticut Moe Petrus, Connecticut James Scherer, Connecticut Dave Teggart, Connecticut Robert Urban, Connecticut Isaac White, Connecticut Nick Williams, Connecticut Jerry Arlinghaus, Louisville Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville Lucas Brohm, Louisville Lincoln Carr, Louisville John Clark, Louisville Grant Donovan, Louisville Herbert Eggers, Louisville Stephen Goodwin, Louisville Nick Heuser, Louisville Ryan Kessling, Louisville Ryan Mack, Louisville Nathan Nord, Louisville Chris Philpott, Louisville Calvin Pryor, Louisville Will Stein, Louisville

LS OL LS DB WR DL OL OL QB OL OL P LB QB DB LB K P TE TE LB RB DB S OT WR WR S OG WR OLB S CB LS TE FB QB LS QB C DB K LB LB WR QB QB QB WR OL LS FB WR FB OL OL TE K S QB

Aerospace Engineering History Paralegal Studies Architectural Engineering Technology Biological Studies Accounting Paralegal Studies Marketing Health Education Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Psychology Entrepreneurship Health Education Organizational Leadership Business Administration Organizational Leadership Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Organizational Leadership Criminal Justice Finance/Political Science Accounting Communication Sciences Biological Sciences Exploratory Sport Management Exploratory Economics Exploratory Communications Exploratory Finance Undeclared Exploratory History Political Science Psychology Exercise Science Coaching and Administration Pharmacy Pre-Kinesiology Economics Physics Sport Administration Undecided Marketing Justice Administration Sport Administration Political Science Accounting Marketing Justice Administration Undecided Exercise Science Communication Communication Sport Administration

Jacob Smith, Louisville Josh Sterns, Louisville Demarcus Topp, Louisville Christopher Walker, Louisville John Wallace, Louisville Alex Witcpalek, Louisville Christopher Zelli, Louisville Joshua Brinson, Pittsburgh Desmond Brown, Pittsburgh Myles Caragein, Pittsburgh Drake Greer, Pittsburgh Kevin Harper, Pittsburgh Jarred Holley, Pittsburgh Adam Lazenga, Pittsburgh Marco Pecora, Pittsburgh Mike Shanahan, Pittsburgh Andrew Taglianetti, Pittsburgh Joe Trebitz, Pittsburgh Ray Vinopal, Pittsburgh Kris Wildman, Pittsburgh Chris Yankoski, Pittsburgh Matt Yoklic, Pittsburgh Brett Zuck, Pittsburgh Hugh Ahern, Rutgers Taj Alexander, Rutgers Betim Bujari, Rutgers Paul Carrezola, Rutgers Brandon Coleman, Rutgers Nicholas Depaola, Rutgers Chas Dodd, Rutgers Justin Doerner, Rutgers Art Forst, Rutgers Duron Harmon, Rutgers Dallas Hendrikson, Rutgers Brandon Jones, Rutgers Robert Jones, Rutgers Patrick Kivlehan, Rutgers Edmond Laryea, Rutgers Nicholas Libonati, Rutgers Matthew McBride, Rutgers David Milewski, Rutgers David Osei, Rutgers Quron Pratt, Rutgers Francis Quartucci, Rutgers Logan Ryan, Rutgers Desmond Stapleton, Rutgers Scott Vallone, Rutgers Lorenzo Waters, Rutgers Timothy Wright, Rutgers Robert Arnemann, USF Sharly Azard, USF Maikon Bonani, USF Jordan Duval, USF Chaz Hine, USF Steven Jacques, USF Lindsey Lamar, USF Michael Lanaris, USF Evan Landi, USF Saki Mihalakos, USF Joel Miller, USF Patrice Pierre, USF Luke Sager, USF Brandon Salinas, USF Armando Sanchez, USF Allen Singleton, USF Ernie Tabuteau, USF Baylin Trujillo, USF Lucas Abrecht, Syracuse Ian Allport, Syracuse Torrey Ball, Syracuse Zacharia Chibane, Syracuse Clay Cleveland, Syracuse Corey Edsall, Syracuse Cayden Feifer, Syracuse Forer Nathaniel, Syracuse Oliver Haney, Syracuse Adam Harris, Syracuse Sean Hickey, Syracuse Kyle Ishman, Syracuse James Jarrett, Syracuse Shane Kimmel, Syracuse Ryan Lichtenstein, Syracuse Louis Loeb, Syracuse Macky MacPherson, Syracuse Shu Mungwa, Syracuse Ryan Nassib, Syracuse Shane Raupers, Syracuse Nick Raven, Syracuse Sam Rodgers, Syracuse Kevyn Scott, Syracuse Thomas Trendowski, Syracuse Rob Trudo, Syracuse Daniel Vaughan, Syracuse Jarrod West, Syracuse Chris Williamson, Syracuse Don Barclay, West Virginia John Bassler, West Virginia

2012 BIG EAST Football

OL Undecided OL Justice Administration WR Management OL Marketing P/K Pre Engineering LB Sport Administration LB Political Science WR Psychology RB Administrative Justice DT Education K/P Liberal Arts K MBA DB Administrative Justice LB Liberal Arts DB History WR History DB Business Marketing LB Business Marketing DB Liberal Arts FB History K/P MBA P Communications WR Administrative Justice OL Undeclared OL Undeclared OL Labor Studies TE Communication WR Undeclared LB Communication QB Undeclared P Labor Studies OL Political Science DB Labor Studies OL Environmental & Business Economics DB Labor Studies LS Exercise Science DB Communication LB Communication OL Civil Engineering OL Criminal Justice LB Pre Business OL History WR Sociology OL Criminal Justice DB Labor Studies OL Exercise Science DL Economics DB Undeclared WR Criminal Justice So. Physical Education Sr. Communication Jr. Exercise Science RFr. Business Administration Sr. Master of Business Administration So. Communication Jr. Communication Jr. Management Jr. Communication Sr. Health Science Sr. Communication So. Physical Education So. Communication So. Communication Jr. Master of Physical Education Jr. Psychology Jr. Criminology So. Mass Communications DL Bioengineering OL Biology DL Graduate Student - New Media Management OL Political Science FB Sport and Human Dynamic - Undeclared QB Sports Management WR Broadcast and Digital Journalism QB Aerospace Engineering DL Graduate Student - Inclusive Special Education FB Management OL Arts and Sciences - Undeclared WR Political Science DB Public Relations FB Communication and Rhetorical Studies K General Studies/Management QB Psychology OL Geography LB Biology QB Accounting P Finance TE Information Management Technology LS Nutrition DB Graduate Student - Information Management TE Health and Physical Education OL Mechanical Engineering LB Finance WR Political Science DB Broadcast and Digital Journalism OL Business Management OL Industrial Math and Statistics

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ACADEMIC HONORS 

Cole Bowers, West Virginia Jeff Braun, West Virginia Dustin Brown, West Virginia Nick Cadwell, West Virginia Josh Contraguerro, West Virginia Trevor Demko, West Virginia Curtis Feigt, West Virginia Troy Gloster, West Virginia Lucas Henn, West Virginia Nick Kindler, West Virginia Ricky Kovatch, West Virginia Matt Lindamood, West Virginia Nathan Majnaric, West Virginia Paul Millard, West Virginia Michael Molinari, West Virginia Ryan Nehlen, West Virginia Cody Nutter, West Virginia Kelvin Owusu, West Virginia Ted Rietschlin, West Virginia Doug Rigg, West Virginia Corey Smith, West Virginia Keith Tandy, West Virginia Wes Tonkery, West Virginia Tyler Urban, West Virginia Casey Vance, West Virginia

2010 (135)

Chazz Anderson, Cincinnati Alex Apyan, Cincinnati Robby Armstrong, Cincinnati Austen Bunjoch, Cincinnati Alex Delisi, Cincinnati T.J. Franklin, Cincinnati Drew Frey, Cincinnati Dan Giordano, Cincinnati John Goebel, Cincinnati Alex Hoffman, Cincinnati Sean Hooey, Cincinnati Brendon Kay, Cincinnati Colin Lozier, Cincinnati Collin McCafferty, Cincinnati Mitch Meador, Cincinnati Pat O’Donnell, Cincinnati Demetrius Richardson, Cincinnati JK Schaffer, Cincinnati George Winn, Cincinnati Harris Agbor, Connecticut Yianni Apostolakos, Connecticut Jimmy Bennett, Connecticut Ben Chapman, Connecticut Derek Chard, Connecticut Robbie Frey, Connecticut Steve Greene, Connecticut Jory Johnson, Connecticut Alex Kaiser, Connecticut Corey Manning, Connecticut Emmanuel Omokaro, Connecticut Moe Petrus, Connecticut Dave Teggart, Connecticut Nick Williams, Connecticut Tim Willman, Connecticut John Yurek, Connecticut Darius Ashley, Louisville Justin Burke, Louisville Josh Byrom, Louisville John Clark, Louisville Jeremiah Curtley, Louisville Drew Davis, Louisville Adam Froman, Louisville Stephen Goodwin, Louisville Reinhold Leicht, Louisville John Nochta, Louisville Nathan Nord, Louisville Chris Philpott, Louisville Will Stein, Louisville Malcolm Tatum, Louisville Demarcus Topp, Louisville Daniel Weedman, Louisville Pat Bostick, Pittsburgh Myles Caragein, Pittsburgh Pat Costello, Pittsburgh Dom DeCicco, Pittsburgh Kolby Gray, Pittsburgh Max Gruder, Pittsburgh Kevin Harper, Pittsburgh Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh Andrew Janocko, Pittsburgh Christopher Mike, Pittsburgh Marco Pecora, Pittsburgh Michael Shanahan, Pittsburgh Tino Sunseri, Pittsburgh Andrew Taglianetti, Pittsburgh Tyler Tkach, Pittsburgh Joseph Trebitz, Pittsburgh Matthew Yoklic, Pittsburgh Teddy Dellaganna, Rutgers Jim Dumont, Rutgers

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OL OL WR DB LB DL OL LB DB OL FB FB RB QB P WR LS LB DL LB P DB DB WR LB

Geology Physical Education – Teacher Education Exercise Physiology Business Management Business Management Communications Criminology Business Management Exercise Physiology Criminology Finance Exercise Physiology Athletic Coaching Education Physical Education – Teacher Education Exercise Physiology Exercise Physiology Physical Education – Teacher Education Political Science Exercise Physiology Communications Sport Management Biology Industrial Engineering Finance History Education

QB LS LB LB LB OL DB DL RB OL OL QB LB LB DL P TE LB RB S TE OT C LSN RB OG OLB TE TE OLB C K WR DT S RB QB OL OL RB DT QB WR LB TE TE K QB DE WR K QB DT DB DB DB LB K FB QB RB DB WR QB DB DL LB P P LB

Communications Aerospace Engineering Mechanical Engineering History Finance and Real Estate Criminal Justice Agricultural Engineering Accounting Educational Leadership Biological Sciences Marketing Health Promotions Education Psychology Entrepreneurship Organizational Leadership Organizational Leadership Criminal Justice Psychology Organizational Leadership Finance/Political Science Finance Accounting Sport Management Finance History/Political Science Pre-Kinesiology Economics Economics Health Care Management Sport Management Psychology Sport Management Undeclared Undeclared Biological Sciences Marketing MBA Health and Physical Education Justice Administration Marketing Health and Human Performance Communications Accounting Health and Human Performance Justice Administration Health and Human Performance Communications Sports Administration Justice Administration Marketing Justice Administration Communications Mathematics Civil Engineering Communications Arts and Sciences Business Marketing Business Finance Business Marketing History Media Communications History History Communications Business Marketing Business Marketing Business Arts and Sciences Communication Management

Art Forst, Rutgers Duron Harmon, Rutgers Brandon Jones, Rutgers Pat Kivlehan, Rutgers Anthony La Lota, Rutgers Evan Lampert, Rutgers Matthew McBride, Rutgers Colin McEvoy, Rutgers Charles Noonan, Rutgers David Osei, Rutgers Frank Quartucci, Rutgers Logan Ryan, Rutgers Tom Savage, Rutgers Kyle Sullivan, Rutgers Clem Udovich, Rutgers Scott Vallone, Rutgers Bermanley Augustin, USF Maikon Bonani, USF Sampson Genus, USF Chaz Hine, USF Steven Jacques, USF Andrew Ketchel, USF Lindsey Lamar, USF Michael Lanaris, USF Evan Landi, USF Saki Mihalakos, USF Joel Miller, USF Renato Proia, USF Armando Sanchez, USF Eric Schwartz, USF Jacob Sims, USF Tyler Stowell, USF Ian Allport, Syracuse Torrey Ball, Syracuse Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse Carl Cutler, Syracuse Ollie Haney, Syracuse Adam Harris, Syracuse James Jarrett, Syracuse Ryan Lichtenstein, Syracuse Charley Loeb, Syracuse Rob Long, Syracuse Ryan Nassib, Syracuse Kevyn Scott, Syracuse Derrell Smith, Syracuse Tom Trendowski, Syracuse Dan Vaughan, Syracuse Shawne Alston, West Virginia Don Barclay, West Virginia John Bassler, West Virginia Cole Bowers, West Virginia Jeff Braun, West Virginia Eddie Davis, West Virginia Glenn Gress, West Virginia Trippe Hale, West Virginia Eric Jobe, West Virginia Jeremy Kash, West Virginia Derek Knight, West Virginia Matt Linamood, West Virginia Cody Nutter, West Virginia Gregg Pugnetti, West Virginia Corey Smith, West Virginia Keith Tandy, West Virginia Tyler Urban, West Virginia Corey Vance, West Virginia

2009 (106)

Chazz Anderson, Cincinnati Alex Delisi, Cincinnati T.J. Franklin, Cincinnati Drew Frey, Cincinnati Dan Giordano, Cincinnati John Goebel, Cincinnati Alex Hoffman, Cincinnati Sean Hooey, Cincinnati Jeff Linkenbach, Cincinnati Collin McCafferty, Cincinnati JK Schaffer, Cincinnati Aaron Webster, Cincinnati Harris Agbor, Connecticut John Apostolakos, Connecticut Jimmy Bennett, Connecticut Derek Chard, Connecticut Marcus Easley, Connecticut Robbie Frey, Connecticut Alex Kaiser, Connecticut Brad Kanuch, Connecticut Alex LaMagdelaine, Connecticut Corey Manning, Connecticut Alex Molina, Connecticut Emmanuel Omokaro, Connecticut Moe Petrus, Connecticut Alex Polito, Connecticut Dave Teggart, Connecticut John Yurek, Connecticut Darius Ashley, Louisville Justin Burke, Louisville

2012 BIG EAST Football

OL Political Science DB Undeclared DB Labor & Employment Relations DB Undeclared DL Pre Business TE History OL Undeclared FB Labor & Employment Relations and Criminal Justice DL Labor & Employment Relations OL Undeclared OL Undeclared DB Undeclared QB Undeclared K/P Pre Business LS Communication DL Economics WR Engineering K Physical Education OL Criminology OL Business Administration OL Business Administration TE Public Administration WR Communication LB Business Administration WR Communication DB Exercise Science RB Communication K Undeclared LB Communication K Secondary Education OL Business Administration WR Secondary Education OL Biology DE Communication and Rhetorical Studies C Instructional Design, Development & Evaluation FB Health and Exercise Science DT Physical Education FB Marketing Management QB Public Relations K/P History QB Undeclared P Marketing Management QB Finance CB Information Management and Technology LB Advertising TE Physical Education LB Finance RB General Studies OL Business Management OL Mathematics OL Business and Economics OL Physical Education Teaching WR Integrated Marketing Solutions DL Multidisciplinary Studies DB Athletic Coaching Education OL Industrial Engineering H Multidisciplinary Studies DB Management Information Systems FB Exercise Physiology LS Physical Education Teaching P Athletic Coaching Education K Sport Management DB Forensic and Investigative Sciences TE Finance LB History

QB LB OL DB DL RB OL OL OL LB LB S S TE OT TE WR RB TE WR OG TE WR S C DT K S RB QB

Communications Finance Criminal Justice Agricultural Engineering Technology Pre-Business Administration Marketing Biological Sciences Pre-Business Administration Finance Entrepreneurship Psychology/Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Political Science Sports & Leisure/Finance Undeclared Finance Sport Management History Economics Sports & Leisure English/Economics Undeclared Psychology Sports & Leisure Psychology Communication Sciences Sports & Leisure Biological Sciences Marketing Business Administration


ACADEMIC HONORS 

Bobby Burns, Louisville Maurice Clark, Louisville Drew Davis, Louisville Herbert Eggers, Louisville Adam Froman, Louisville Zach Kiernan, Louisville Reinhold Leicht, Louisville Pete Nochta, Louisville Chris Philpott, Louisville Will Stein, Louisville Malcolm Tatum, Louisville Joe Tronzo, Louisville Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh Lucas Briggs, Pittsburgh Myles Caragein, Pittsburgh Pat Costello, Pittsburgh Steve Dell, Pittsburgh Adam Gunn, Pittsburgh Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh Andrew Janocko, Pittsburgh John Malecki, Pittsburgh Michael Shanahan, Pittsburgh Ryan Blaszczyk, Rutgers Teddy Dellaganna, Rutgers Andrew DePaola, Rutgers Jim Dumont, Rutgers Art Forst, Rutgers Pat Kivlehan, Rutgers Jabu Lovelace, Rutgers Devin McCourty, Rutgers Jeff Minemyer, Rutgers Andres Morales, Rutgers Domenic Natale, Rutgers Ramy Nubani, Rutgers Marlon Romulus, Rutgers Clem Udovich, Rutgers Scott Vallone, Rutgers Nate Allen, USF Delbert Alvarado, USF Maikon Bonani, USF Colby Erskin, USF Chaz Hine, USF Michael Lanaris, USF Evan Landi, USF Joel Miller, USF Patrick Richardson, USF Armando Sanchez, USF Eric Schwartz, USF Jacob Sims, USF Tyler Stowell, USF Ian Allport, Syracuse Torrey Ball, Syracuse Adam Harris, Syracuse Rob Long, Syracuse Jim McKenzie, Syracuse Ryan Nassib, Syracuse Robert Nieves, Syracuse Greg Paulus, Syracuse Dalton Phillips, Syracuse Andrew Robinson, Syracuse Kevyn Scott, Syracuse Derrell Smith, Syracuse Tom Trendowski, Syracuse Dan Vaughan, Syracuse Maxwell Anderson, West Virginia Don Barclay, West Virginia Carmen Connolly, West Virginia Zac Cooper, West Virginia Eric Jobe, West Virginia Scott Kozlowski, West Virginia Josh Lider, West Virginia Scott Loving, West Virginia Cody Nutter, West Virginia Keith Tandy, West Virginia Tyler Urban, West Virginia Reed Williams, West Virginia

CB Justice Administration WR Justice Administration DT Health and Human Performance LB Undeclared QB Communications DL Health and Human Performance LB Health and Human Performance TE Marketing K Undeclared QB Undeclared DE Justice Administration FB Exercise Physiology WR Undecided K Exercise Science DT Mathematics P Civil Engineering LB Social Work LB Public and International Affairs FB Marketing QB History OG Marketing WR Undecided C Criminal Justice P Communication WR Labor Studies and Employment Relations LB Management OL Political Science DB Undeclared QB Marketing DB Sociology TE Management FB American Studies QB Labor Studies and Employment Relations DB Labor Studies and Employment Relations OL Economics LS Communication DL Undeclared S Communication P Communication K Physical Education WR Criminology OL Business Administration LB Business Administration QB/WR Communication RB Communication WR Criminology LB Communication K Secondary Education OL Business Administration WR Secondary Education OL Biology DE Communication and Rhetorical Studies LB Undeclared P Marketing Management C Biochemistry QB Undeclared FB Biology QB Television, Radio and Film LS Political Science TE Finance/Marketing Management CB Information Management and Technology LB Information Management and Technology TE Physical Education LB Undeclared FB/TE Accounting OL Business Management WR Exercise Physiology LB Finance and Sociology OL Industrial Engineering P Business Management K Pre-Medicine TE/FB Exercise Physiology LS Physical Education Teaching DB Forensic and Investigative Sciences TE Finance LB Finance and Marketing

2008 (95)

Chazz Anderson, Cincinnati Robby Armstrong, Cincinnati Zach Collaros, Cincinnati Drew Frey, Cincinnati John Goebel, Cincinnati Alex Hoffman, Cincinnati Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Jeff Linkenbach, Cincinnati Ryan Manalac, Cincinnati JK Schaffer, Cincinnati DeAngelo Smith, Cincinnati Cedric Tolbert, Cincinnati Marcus Easley, Connecticut Robbie Frey, Connecticut Donald Goudreau, Connecticut D.J. Hernandez, Connecticut Brad Kanuch, Connecticut Tyler Lorenzen, Connecticut Scott Lutrus, Connecticut Alex Polito, Connecticut Dave Teggart, Connecticut Brock Bolen, Louisville Nick Borgelt, Louisville Justin Burke, Louisville Maurice Clark, Louisville Tyler Jessen, Louisville Pete Nochta, Louisville Brian Roche, Louisville Byron Stingily, Louisville Corey Thompson, Louisville Joe Tronzo, Louisville Eric Wood, Louisville Pat Bostick, Pittsburgh Lucas Briggs, Pittsburgh Myles Caragein, Pittsburgh Mark Estermyer, Pittsburgh Maximilian Gruder, Pittsburgh Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh Andrew Janocko, Pittsburgh Conor Lee, Pittsburgh John Malecki, Pittsburgh John Pelusi, Pittsburgh Austin Ransom, Pittsburgh Tristan Roberts, Pittsburgh Tyler Tkach, Pittsburgh Jeremy Branch, Rutgers Teddy Dellaganna, Rutgers Jim Dumont, Rutgers Art Forst, Rutgers Mike Gilmartin, Rutgers Jabu Lovelace, Rutgers Devin McCourty, Rutgers Jason McCourty, Rutgers Andres Morales, Rutgers Dom Natale, Rutgers Charlie Noonan, Rutgers Alex Silvestro, Rutgers Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers Nate Allen, USF Delbert Alvarado, USF Marcus Edwards, USF Ken Luberice, USF Mike Padilla, USF Patrick Richardson, USF Eric Setser, USF Jacob Sims, USF A.J. Brown, Syracuse Paul Chiara, Syracuse Ryan Durand, Syracuse Jake Flaherty, Syracuse Vincenzo Giruzzi, Syracuse Oliver Haney, Syracuse Mike Holmes, Syracuse Ryan Howard, Syracuse Ben Maljovec, Syracuse Jim McKenzie, Syracuse Dalton Phillips, Syracuse Nico Rechul, Syracuse Andrew Robinson, Syracuse Kevyn Scott, Syracuse Derrell Smith, Syracuse Bruce Williams, Syracuse Don Barclay, West Virginia John Bradshaw, West Virginia Zac Cooper, West Virginia Jake Figner, West Virginia Tito Gonzalez, West Virginia Adam Hughes, West Virginia Greg Isdaner, West Virginia Dorrell Jalloh, West Virginia Eric Jobe, West Virginia Pat Liebig, West Virginia Thor Merrow, West Virginia Doug Slavonic, West Virginia Ryan Stanchek, West Virginia

2012 BIG EAST Football

QB LB QB DB RB OL P OL LB LB DB DB WR RB LB WR WR QB LB DL K RB OL QB WR DT TE OL OL WR FB OL QB K DT LS LB FB QB K OG TE WR LB DL LS P LB OL OL QB DB DB FB QB DL DL DL S K/P WR DL RB WR LS OT SS SS OG LB LB OL CB/S CB TE C C K QB S/CB LB SS OL OL LB OL WR LS OL WR OL DL DL DL OL

Communcations Mechanical Engineering Accounting Mechanical Engineering Finance Pre-Pharmacy Finance Business Finance Health Promotions Criminal Justice Special Education Sports & Leisure Pre-Teaching Biological Science Educational Psychology Sports & Leisure Management Economics Exploratory Exploratory Sport Administration Sport Administration Accounting Justice Administration Sport Administration Marketing Finance Justice Administration Physical Education Exercise Science Political Science Undecided Exercise Science Undecided Information Sciences Undecided Undecided Undecided Business Administration Marketing Marketing Public and Nonprofit Management Chemical Engineering Marketing American Studies Communication Management Undeclared American Studies Marketing Sociology Information Technology and Informatics American Studies Labor Studies Economics Undeclared Labor Studies Communication Communication Communication Biomedical Sciences Business Management/Finance Criminology Criminology Pre-Business Administration Information Management and Technology Geology/Finance Health and Exercise Science American Studies Information Management Physical Education Psychology Communication and Rhetorical Studies Information Management Biochemistry Political Science Finance/Economics Finance Information Management and Technology Marketing Information Management Communication and Rhetorical Studies/ Child and Family Studies Business and Economics Business and Economics Accounting Biochemistry Special Education Physical Education Teaching Finance Communications Engineering Business Management Athletic Coaching Education Finance Special Education

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ACADEMIC HONORS 

2007 (87)

Digger Bujnoch, Cincinnati John Carpenter, Cincinnati Chris Flores, Cincinnati Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Jeff Linkenbach, Cincinnati Ryan Manalac, Cincinnati Cedric Tolbert, Cincinnati Brad Kanuch, Connecticut Tyler Lorenzen, Connecticut Zak Penwell, Connecticut Alex Polito, Connecticut Derek Rich, Connecticut Daniel Barlowe, Louisville Brock Bolen, Louisville Nick Borgelt, Louisville Brian Brohm, Louisville Todd Flannery, Louisville Scott Kuhn, Louisville John Nochta, Louisville Brian Roche, Louisville Corey Thompson, Louisville Joseph Tronzo, Louisville Eric Wood, Louisville Mark Estermyer, Pittsburgh Adam Gunn, Pittsburgh Conor Lee, Pittsburgh Jon Pelusi, Pittsburgh Austin Ransom, Pittsburgh Kevan Smith, Pittsburgh Lucas Stone, Pittsburgh Tyler Tkach, Pittsburgh Dustin Walters, Pittsburgh Jeremy Branch, Rutgers James Dumont, Rutgers Mike Gilmartin, Rutgers Jabulani Lovelace, Rutgers Jason McCourty, Rutgers Devin McCourty, Rutgers Ramy Nubani, Rutgers Brandon Renkart, Rutgers Chris Rudanovic, Rutgers Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers Mike Ziarnowski, Rutgers Jeremy Zuttah, Rutgers Marcus Edwards, USF Delbert Alvarado, USF Michael Ford, USF Ryan Gilliam, USF Anthony Severino, USF Eric Setser, USF Jacob Sims, USF Josh Arrington, Syracuse David Bouchard, Syracuse AJ Brown, Syracuse Paul Chiara, Syracuse Dowayne Davis, Syracuse Ryan Durand, Syracuse Oliver Fenandez, Syracuse Jake Flaherty, Syracuse Vincenzo Giruzzi, Syracuse Ben Maljovec, Syracuse Jim McKenzie, Syracuse Max Meisel, Syracuse Andrew Robinson, Syracuse Patrick Shadle, Syracuse Derrell Smith, Syracuse Bruce Williams, Syracuse Mike Bilokonsky, West Virginia John Bradshaw, West Virginia Zac Cooper, West Virginia Andy Emery, West Virginia Jake Figner, West Virginia Tito Gonzalez, West Virginia Bobby Hathaway, West Virginia Adam Hughes, West Virginia Greg Isdaner, West Virginia Dorrell Jalloh, West Virginia Eric Jobei, West Virginia Pat Lazear, West Virginia Marc Magro, West Virginia Ridwan Malik, West Virginia Thor Merrow, West Virginia Ryan Mundy, West Virginia Owen Schmitt, West Virginia Doug Slavonic, West Virginia Ryan Stanchek, West Virginia Reed Williams, West Virginia

  146

OL LB OL P OT LB DB WR QB DT DT TE OL RB OL QB P TE TE OL WR FB OL LS LB K TE WR QB P DL TE LS LB OL QB DB DB DB LB TE DL DL OL WR K/P RB DB QB LS OT WR OL SS RB SS OG LB LB LB LB C WR QB K. LB FS DL OL LB LB. OL WR LB LS OL WR OL LB LB. DB DL DB RB DL OL LB

Finance Business Finance Finance Finance Finance Special Education Exploratory Business Exercise Science Exploratory Business Exercise Science/Sports Medicine Sports Administration Sports Administration Finance Physical Education Communication Marketing Finance Physical Education Exercise Science/Sports Medicine Political Science Information Science Administration of Justice Ecomonics and Business Marketing Rhetoric and Communications Business General Management Mechanical Engineering Undecided Electrical Engineering American Studies Pre-Business American Studies Marketing Information Technology and Informatics Sociology Economics Civil Engineering Sociology Labor Studies Political Science and Criminal Justice Economics Communications Mass Communications Undeclared Criminology Business Economics Criminology Pre-Business Administration Marketing Management Accounting Information Management and Technology Geology Information Management and Technology Health and Exercise Science Civil Engineering American Studies Information Management Information Management and Technology Biochemistry Television, Radio & Film/Psychology Management Health and Exercise Science Information Management and Technology Communication and Rhetorical Studies/ Child and Family Studies Physical Education Business and Economics Business and Economics Communications Biochemistry Athletic Coaching Education Finance Physical Education Business and Economics Broadcast Journalism Engineering Exercise Physiology Multi-Disciplinary Studies Special Education Athletic Coaching Education Coaching Athletic Coaching Business and Economics Athletic Coaching Education Accounting

2006 (80)

Digger Bujnoch, Cincinnati Brad Bury, Cincinnati Jon Carpenter, Cincinnati Tony Carvitti, Cincinnati Brent Celek, Cincinnati Chris Flores, Cincinnati Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Jeff Linkenbach, Cincinnati Ryan Manalac, Cincinnati Bill Poland, Cincinnati Dominic Ross, Cincinnati Kurt Shoemaker, Cincinnati Brian Steel, Cincinnati Jon Tobin, Cincinnati Cedric Tolbert, Cincinnati Rhema Fuller, UConn Brian Kersmanc, UConn Alex LaMagdelaine, UConn Rob Lunn, UConn Chris Pavasaris, UConn Graig Vicidomino, UConn Daniel Barlowe, Louisville Brock Bolen, Louisville Nicholas Borgelt, Louisville Brian Brohm, Louisville Daniel Cameron, Louisville Art Carmody, Louisville Scott Kuhn, Louisville Brian Roche, Louisville Michael Sturgeon, Louisville Deriontae Taylor, Louisville Joseph Tronzo, Louisville Eric Wood, Louisville Brian Bennett, Pittsburgh Mark Estermyer, Pittsburgh Adam Gunn, Pittsburgh LaRod Stephens-Howling, Pittsburgh Conor Lee, Pittsburgh Gus Mustakas, Pittsburgh Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh Joe Villani, Pittsburgh Mike Gilmartin, Rutgers Jeremy Ito, Rutgers Brian Leonard, Rutgers Devin McCourty, Rutgers Jason McCourty, Rutgers Brandon Renkart, Rutgers Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers Marcus Edwards, USF Colby Erskin, USF Ryan Gilliam, USF S.J. Green, USF Mike Padilla, USF Eric Setser, USF Anthony Severino, USF Dowayne Davis, Syracuse Ryan Durand, Syracuse Jake Flaherty, Syracuse Ben Maljovec, Syracuse Max Meisel, Syracuse Patrick Shadle, Syracuse Bruce Williams, Syracuse Andy Emery, West Virginia Jake Figner, West Virginia Tito Gonzales, West Virginia Ovid Goulbourne, West Virginia Bobby Hathaway, West Virginia Jay Henry, West Virginia Greg Isdaner, West Virginia Dorrell Jalloh, West Virginia Justin Knapp, West Virginia Brandon Lavelle, West Virginia Pat Liebig, West Virginia Tim Lindsey, West Virginia Marc Magro, West Virginia Pat McAfee, West Virginia Dan Mozes, West Virginia Doug Slavonic, West Virginia Ryan Stanchek, West Virginia Reed Williams, West Virginia

2012 BIG EAST Football

OT FB LB DT TE C P OT LB WR S WR P OG S DT OG C DT P K OL RB OL QB FS K TE OT C FB FB C LB LS LB RB PK DL QB C OL K FB DB DB LB DE WR RB/WR DB WR FB LS QB/H S G LB LB WR/PR PK SS LB OL WR LB LB LB OL WR LB LB DL LS LB K/P OL DL OL LB

Finance Finance Industrial Man. Pharmacy Marketing Finance Business Business Finance Accounting Marketing Business Criminal Justice Secondary Education Special Education Sports Man. (Grad. Level) Economics Pre-Business Political Science Political Science Individualized Exercise Science Sports Med. Sports Administration Sports Administration Finance Political Science Finance Communications Finance Biology Computer Info. Systems History Political Science Admin. of Justice/Legal Studies Information Science Communication and Rhetoric Undecided Business Undecided Communication and Rhetoric History & Comm./Rhetoric American Studies Finance Labor Studies Sociology Sociology Civil Engineering Labor Studies Communications Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Communications Pre-Business Criminal Justice Finance Information Management Health & Exercise Science Arts & Sciences Info. Management & Tech. Psych. & TV/Radio & Film Arts & Sciences Human Serv./Health Prof. Communications Biochemistry Athletic Coaching Education Athletic Coaching Education Finance Finance/Accounting Business Broadcast Journalism Communications Multi-Disciplinary Studies Business Management Business Multi-Disciplinary Studies General Studies Communications Business Athletic Coaching Education Accounting


ACADEMIC HONORS 

2005 (71)

Ryan Brown, Cincinnati Digger Bujnoch, Cincinnati Jon Carpenter, Cincinnati Anthony Carvitti, Cincinnati Brent Celek, Cincinnati Ryan Manalac, Cincinnati William Poland, Cincinnati Dominic Ross, Cincinnati Jonny Zwitt, Cincinnati Rhema Fuller, Connecticut Keith Gray, Connecticut Rob Lunn, Connecticut Chris Pavasaris, Connecticut Daniel Barlowe, Louisville Brian Brohm, Louisville Art Carmody, Louisville Scott Kuhn, Louisville Travis Leffew, Louisville Chad Rimpsey, Louisville Matt Sanders, Louisville Jason Spitz, Louisville Mike Sturgeon, Louisville Deriontae Taylor, Louisville Eric Wood, Louisville Justin Acierno, Pittsburgh Mark Estermyer, Pittsburgh Ronald Idoko, Pittsburgh Tyler Palko, Pittsburgh Doug Roseberry, Pittsburgh Dale Williams, Pittsburgh Mike Gilmartin, Rutgers Jeremy Ito, Rutgers Brian Leonard, Rutgers Ryan Neill, Rutgers Brandon Renkart, Rutgers Jeremy Zuttah, Rutgers Kyle Bronson, USF Derek Carter, USF Marcus Edwards, USF S.J. Green, USF Mike Ruegger, USF Paul Chiara, Syracuse Ryan Durand, Syracuse James Flaherty, Syracuse Tommy Harris, Syracuse Kevin Kopko, Syracuse Benjamin Maljovec, Syracuse Justin Opalenski, Syracuse Patrick Shadle, Syracuse Tim Washington, Syracuse Bruce Williams, Syracuse John Bradshaw, West Virginia Phil Brady, West Virginia Jake Figner, West Virginia Bobby Hathaway, West Virginia Jay Henry, West Virginia Dorrell Jalloh, West Virginia Garin Justice, West Virginia Pat Liebig, West Virginia Tim Lindsey, West Virginia Mike Lorello, West Virginia Marc Magro, West Virginia Ridwan Malik, West Virginia Pat McAfee, West Virginia Travis McClintic, West Virginia Dan Mozes, West Virginia Jeff Noechel, West Virginia George Shehl, West Virginia Doug Slavonic, West Virginia Ryan Stanchek, West Virginia Reed Williams, West Virginia

2004 (42)

Francois Brochu, Boston College Ricky Brown, Boston College Ryan Glasper, Boston College Ty Hall, Boston College Nick Larkin, Boston College Jeff Parros, Boston College Rhema Fuller, Connecticut Brian Sparks, Connecticut Justin Acierno, Pittsburgh Justin Belarski, Pittsburgh Brian Bennett, Pittsburgh Vince Crochunis, Pittsburgh Doug Roseberry, Pittsburgh Dan Stephens, Pittsburgh Dale Williams, Pittsburgh Brian Leonard, Rutgers Ryan Neill, Rutgers Ray Pilch, Rutgers Brandon Wood, Rutgers Kurt Falke, Syracuse Steve Franklin, Syracuse

OG OT LB DE TE LB WR SS ST DT OL DT P OG QB K TE OT DE LB OG C FB C FB LS DL QB LB OL OL K RB DE DB OL PK TE WR WR TE RB OG LB LB LS FS DE K RB WR OG P OG LB LB WR OT DT LS S LB S K WR C LB H DT OG LB

LS LB S OL DE LB DL WR FB C LB DL LB DL OL RB DE C S OL OL

Marketing Finance Marketing Pharmacy Finance Finance Accounting Marketing Health Promotions Finance Exploratory Political Science Political Science Exercise Science Finance Management Communications Sports Administration Computer Information Systems Accounting Marketing Biology Computer Information Systems Political Science Communications & Rhetoric Information Sciences Communications & Rhetoric Communications & Rhetoric Communications & Rhetoric Movement Science American Studies Undecided Labor Studies Communication Engineering Undecided Business Administration Speech Communication Undeclared Speech Communication Accounting Undecided Health & Exercise Science Undecided Information Studies Biology Information Management & Technology Finance, Marketing Management & Entrepreneurship, Emerging Enterprises Undecided Information Management & Technology Undecided Business Chemistry Biochemistry Economics Finance Journalism Education Business Exercise Physiology Finance Exercise Physiology ACE General Studies Exercise Physiology Communications History Education Marketing Business ACE Accounting

Business Administration/Finance Finance Unclassified Unclassified Human Development Communications Exploratory Accounting Communications Rhetoric History Administration ofJustice Administration and Policy Studies Communications & Rhetoric Urban & Regional Affairs Movement Science Labor Studies Communication Criminal Justice Exercise Science Communication & Rhetoric Child & Family Studies

Tommy Harris, Syracuse Matt Tarullo, Syracuse John Adams, Temple William Bradley, Temple Eric Carpenter, Temple John Gross, Temple Jake Hendy, Temple Jason Johnson, Temple Ryan Lux, Temple Elliot Seifert, Temple Manuel Tapia, Temple Jeff Berk, West Virginia Tim Brown, West Virginia Scott Fleming, West Virginia Jay Henry, West Virginia Jeremy Hines, West Virginia Garin Justice, West Virginia Adam Lehnortt, West Virginia Dan Mozes, West Virginia Jeff Noechel, West Virginia John Pennington, West Virginia

2003 (69)

Leonard Bennett, Boston College Brian Flores, Boston College Haven Perkins, Boston College Quinton Porter, Boston College Sandro Sciortino, Boston College Greg Toal, Boston College Derek Webley, Boston College Robert Bergman, Miami Brock Berlin, Miami Matthew Carter, Miami Alejandro Garcia, Miami Mark Gent, Miami Kelly Jennings, Miami Bradley Kunz, Miami Jonathan Peattie, Miami James Sikora, Miami Jonathan Vilma, Miami Justin Belarski, Pittsburgh Brian Bennett, Pittsburgh Vincent Crochunis, Pittsburgh Luke Getsy, Pittsburgh Dan LaCarte, Pittsburgh Brandon Miree, Pittsburgh Yogi Roth, Pittsburgh Jon Schall, Pittsburgh Dan Stephens, Pittsburgh Kris Wilson, Pittsburgh Jeremy Campbell, Rutgers Nate Jones, Rutgers Brian Leonard, Rutgers Raymond Pilch, Rutgers Marty Pyszczmuka, Rutgers Lenny Cusumano, Syracuse Andrew Johnson, Syracuse Matt Tarullo, Syracuse Rich Scanlon, Syracuse Nick Romeo, Syracuse Josh Thomas, Syracuse Tim Washington, Syracuse Steve Franklin, Syracuse Dave DeAmato, Syracuse John Adams, Temple Taso Apostolidis, Temple Eric Carpenter, Temple Jared Davis, Temple John Gross, Temple Jason Johnson, Temple Stephen Josephson, Temple Ray Lamb, Temple Joey Lippo, Temple Elliot Seifert, Temple James Anderson, Virginia Tech Chad Cooper, Virginia Tech Jacob Gibson, Virginia Tech Jeff King, Virginia Tech Robert Peaslee, Virginia Tech Chris Shreve, Virginia Tech Jordan Trott, Virginia Tech Keith Willis, Virginia Tech Scott Fleming, West Virginia Jay Henry, West Virginia Jeremy Hines, West Virginia Todd James, West Virginia Garin Justice, West Virginia Adam King, West Virginia Brian King, West Virginia Adam Lehnortt, West Virginia Dan Mozes, West Virginia John Pennington, West Virginia

2012 BIG EAST Football

LB C DE WR DL OL P DE PK OL LB OL C LS LB C OL LB OL LB WR

Information Management & Technology Psychology/Communications & Rhetoric Secondary Education Tourism & Hospitality Management Computer Information Sciences Kinesiology Journalism Honors International Business Criminal Justice Biology Kinesiology Special Education Athletic Coaching Education Marketing Finance Economics Physical Education Marketing Communications Education Accounting

DT Psychology LB English FB Management QB Finance PK Administrative Studies FB Education WR Management OL Entrepreneurship QB Liberal Arts H/P History OL Technology PK Marketing DB Finance OL History PK Business Management Operations OL Civil Engineering LB Finance OL History LB Administration of Justice DL Political Science QB Pre-Education/Mathematics OL Education (Grad.) RB Public Administration (Grad.) WR Communication & Rhetoric OL Business Accounting DL Urban Studies TE Economics LB Sociology CB Finance RB Undeclared TE Criminal Justice C Economics TE Physical Education QB Neuroscience OG Psychology LB Health & Excercise Science C Engineering Mgmt. (Grad.) DE Philosophy RB Information Management & Technology OG Child & Family Studies LS Policy Studies DE Secondary Education DT Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Mass Media TE Computer Information Sciences PK Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Mass Media OT Environmental Studies DE International Business Administration PK Journalism DB Biology LS Sports & Recreation Management OT Biology LB Art LB Marketing OG Education (Grad.) TE Finance H/P Health & Physical Education (Grad.) WR Human Nutrition (Grad.) LB Accounting TE Health & Physical Education (Grad.) LS Business LB Business C Economics/Spanish P Accounting OT Athletic Coaching Education FB Athletic Coaching Education DB Athletic Coaching Education LB Business Management OG Business WR Accounting

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ACADEMIC HONORS 

2002 (69)

Doug Bessette, Boston College Francois Brochu, Boston College DuJuan Daniels, Boston College Augie Hoffmann, Boston College Kevin McMyler, Boston College Quinton Porter, Boston College Sandro Sciortino, Boston College Greg Toal, Boston College Shaun Toof, Boston College Derek Webley, Boston College Ken Dorsey, Miami Alejandro Garcia, Miami Quadtrine Hill, Miami Kelly Jennings, Miami Joel Rodriguez, Miami Brett Romberg, Miami James Sikora, Miami Jonathan Vilma, Miami Matthew Walters, Miami Jim Wilson, Miami Brian Beinecke, Pittsburgh Vincent Crochunis, Pittsburgh Brian Guzek, Pittsburgh Daniel LaCarte, Pittsburgh Brandon Miree, Pittsburgh Chad Reed, Pittsburgh Yogi Roth, Pittsburgh Daniel Stephens, Pittsburgh Gary Urschler, Pittsburgh Kris Wilson, Pittsburgh Jerry Andre, Rutgers Jereme Baker, Rutgers Mike Clancy, Rutgers Nate Jones, Rutgers Chris Loomis, Rutgers Ray Pilch, Rutgers Mark Segaloff, Rutgers Alfred Peterson, Rutgers Marty Pyszczymuka, Rutgers Tim Carignan, Syracuse Lenny Cusumano, Syracuse Dave DeAmato, Syracuse Ray Hennings, Syracuse Nick Romeo, Syracuse Rich Scanlon, Syracuse Matt Tarullo, Syracuse Josh Thomas, Syracuse Dan Bosnic, Temple Eric Carpenter, Temple Jared Davis, Temple MediaJohn Gross, Temple Jason Johnson, Temple J.D. Nichols, Temple Jacob Gibson, Virginia Tech Billy Hardee, Virginia Tech Ken Keister, Virginia Tech Jeff King, Virginia Tech Chris Shreve, Virginia Tech Jordan Trott, Virginia Tech Zack Dillow, West Virginia Mark Fazzolari, West Virginia Scott Fleming, West Virginia Todd James, West Virginia Adam Lehnortt, West Virginia Geoff Lewis, West Virginia A.J. Nastasi, West Virginia Lance Nimmo, West Virginia John Pennington, West Virginia Justin Williams, West Virginia

2001 (73)

Doug Bessette, Boston College Francois Brochu, Boston College Mike Callahan, Boston College Ken Dudnick, Boston College John Richardson, Boston College Andy Romanowsky, Boston College Sandro Sciortino, Boston College Greg Toal, Boston College Shaun Toof, Boston College Ryan Utzler, Boston College Ken Dorsey, Miami Alejandro Garcia, Miami Joaquin Gonzalez, Miami Brad Kunz, Miami Joel Rodriguez, Miami James Sikora, Miami Jonathan Vilma, Miami Matt Walters, Miami Robert Williams, Miami James Wilson, Miami Brian Beinecke, Pittsburgh Vince Crochunis, Pittsburgh Brian Guzek, Pittsburgh Bryan Knight, Pittsburgh

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Accounting Finance Higher Education Admin. English Psychology Arts & Sciences Communications English Administrative Studies Accounting Marketing Information Technology Business Administration Finance Communication/News Journalism Graduate Studies/Sports Administration Civil Engineering Finance Mechanical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Physical Therapy Political Science Mechanical Engineering Business Management Public Administration Communications & Rhetoric Political Science Urban Studies Business Accounting & Finance Economics Undeclared History Undeclared Finance Undeclared Criminal Justice Undeclared Undeclared Economics Physical Education Physical Education Policy Studies Political Science/Economics Mechanical Engineering Health & Exercise Science Psychology Psychology Secondary Education Computer & Information Sciences Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Mass Environmental Studies Honors International Business Admin. Finance History Foods, Nutrition & Exercise Physical Education Finance Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise Business History Athletic Coaching/Education Sport Management Accounting Business Management Physical Therapy Sport Management Finance Accounting Business Management

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Accounting Finance Business Administration Secondary Education & Math Counseling History Communications English Economics & Communications Business Administration Business Management Information Technology Business Administration Undeclared Newspaper Journalism Civil Engineering Finance Mechanical Engineering Business Administration Biomedical Engineering Movement Science Political Science Mechanical Engineering Education

Nick Lotz, Pittsburgh Mark Ponko, Pittsburgh Chad Reed, Pittsburgh Dan Stephens, Pittsburgh Gary Urschler, Pittsburgh Kris Wilson, Pittsburgh Jereme Baker, Rutgers Jacob Garner, Rutgers Nate Jones, Rutgers Brandon Haw, Rutgers Raymond Pilch, Rutgers Martin Pyszczymuka, Rutgers Ronald Simone, Rutgers Seth Stanton, Rutgers Patrick Alexander, Syracuse Lenny Cusumano, Syracuse Jeremie Frazier, Syracuse Kyle Johnson, Syracuse Benjamin Kozik, Syracuse Nicholas Romeo, Syracuse Richard Scanlon, Syracuse Matthew Tarullo, Syracuse Joshua Thomas, Syracuse Rodney Wells, Syracuse Rasheed Allen, Temple Dan Bosnic, Temple Kevin Czaban, Temple Jared Davis, Temple Jason McKie, Temple Devin Scott, Temple André Davis, Virginia Tech Steve DeMasi, Virginia Tech Jarrett Ferguson, Virginia Tech Billy Hardee, Virginia Tech Ken Keister, Virginia Tech Chris Krebs, Virginia Tech Tim Selmon, Virginia Tech Chris Shreve, Virginia Tech Dan Wilkinson, Virginia Tech Seth Abraham, West Virginia Zack Dillow, West Virginia Todd James, West Virginia Kyle Kayden, West Virginia Brian King, West Virginia Jeremy Knapp, West Virginia Brad Knell, West Virginia A.J. Nastasi, West Virginia Lance Nimmo, West Virginia Brenden Rauh, West Virginia

2000 (65)

Ryan Burch, Boston College Mike Cook, Boston College Tim Hasselbeck, Boston College RaMon Johnson, Boston College Paul LaQuerre, Boston College Kevin McMyler, Boston College John Richardson, Boston College Sandro Sciortino, Boston College Mike Sutphin, Boston College Ryan Utzler, Boston College Ken Dorsey, Miami André King, Miami William McPartland, Miami Ivan Mercer, Miami James Sikora, Miami Michael Stewart, Miami Brian Stinson, Miami Matt Walters, Miami Joaquin Gonzalez, Miami James Wilson, Miami Brian Beinecke, Pittsburgh Mark E. Browne, Pittsburgh Christopher Curd, Pittsburgh Brian Guzek, Pittsburgh Dan LaCarte, Pittsburgh Nick Lotz, Pittsburgh Joseph Manganello, Pittsburgh Kody Miller, Pittsburgh Mark Ponko, Pittsburgh Chad Reed, Pittsburgh Martin Pyszczymuka, Rutgers Chad Schwenk, Rutgers David Showalter, Rutgers Jeremy Womack, Rutgers Patrick Alexander, Syracuse Andrew Benson, Syracuse Leonardo Cusumano, Syracuse Jeremie Frazier, Syracuse Benjamin Kozik, Syracuse Sean O’Connor, Syracuse Nicholas Romeo, Syracuse Richard Scanlon, Syracuse Clifford Snell, Syracuse Patrick Woodcock, Syracuse Kevin Czaban, Temple Jared Davis, Temple

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PK Finance DB Finance & Marketing C Communications DL Pre-Law DB Accounting & Finance TE Economics DB Undeclared OL Undeclared DB Pre-Business DB Geography FB Undeclared OL Geography DE Administration of Justice FB Labor Studies OL Information Studies & Technology TE Physical Education TE Biology RB Business Administration PK Broadcast Journalism OL Mechanical Engineering LB Health & Excercise Science OL Political Science DE Psychology LB Counselor Education OG Human Resource Administration TE Undeclared LS Kinesiology PK Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Mass Media FB Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Mass Media QB Sport & Recreation Management WR Residential Property Management C Finance FB Physical Education ROV Science of Food, Nutrition and Exercise DS Physical Education ROV Management Science & Information Tech. OT Physical Education WR Human Nutrition, Food and Exercise DT Urban & Regional Planning (Grad.) WR Industrial Labor Relations C History K/P Accounting LB Business Management DB Business TE Communications/Sociology OG Special Education WR Sport Management OT Finance PK Psychology/Counseling

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Administrative Studies Administrative Studies Administrative Studies Business Administration Administrative Studies English Psychology Communications Administrative Studies Marketing Management Management Environmental Planning Marketing Civil Engineering Finance Enrollment Management Mechanical Engineering Marketing Biomedical Engineering Movement Science Legal Studies Undeclared Mechanical Engineering Undeclared Finance Civil Engineering Finance Finance Communication Undeclared Pre-Business Labor Studies Finance Information Studies Information Studies Physical Education Biology Management/Broadcast Journalism Public Relations Mechanical Engineering Health & Exercise Science Business Administration Marketing Kinesiology Journalism


ACADEMIC HONORS 

Jason McKie, Temple Devin Scott, Temple André Davis, Virginia Tech Billy Hardee, Virginia Tech Dave Kadela, Virginia Tech Ken Keister, Virginia Tech Chris Krebs, Virginia Tech Joe Marchant, Virginia Tech Dave Meyer, Virginia Tech Seth Abraham, West Virginia Mark Fazzolari, West Virginia Khori Ivy, West Virginia Josh Kelly, West Virginia Jeremy Knapp, West Virginia Brad Knell, West Virginia Ben Meighan, West Virginia A.J. Nastasi, West Virginia Lance Nimmo, West Virginia Brenden Rauh, West Virginia

1999 (55)

Ryan Burch, Boston College Kevin Costello, Boston College DuJuan Daniels, Boston College Patrick Kneib, Boston College Paul LaQuerre, Boston College John Matich, Boston College Butch Palaza, Boston College Andrew Romanowsky, BC Michael Sutphin, Boston College Ryan Utzler, Boston College Patrick Del Vecchio, Miami Joaquin Gonzalez, Miami Dan Joseph, Miami Andre King, Miami William McPartland, Miami Jeff Popovich, Miami Michael Stewart, Miami Matt Walters, Miami Jim Wilson, Miami Ephraim Wittman, Miami Brian Beinecke, Pittsburgh Seth Hornack, Pittsburgh Nick Lotz, Pittsburgh Joe Manganello, Pittsburgh Scott McCurley, Pittsburgh Matt O’Connor, Pittsburgh Mark Ponko, Pittsburgh Gary Urschler, Pittsburgh Karl Mayall, Rutgers Lee McDonald, Rutgers Garrett Shea, Rutgers Jeremy Womack, Rutgers Mark Baniewicz, Syracuse Mike Bennett, Syracuse Kyle Johnson, Syracuse Erik Kalovanides, Syracuse Jeff Lowe, Syracuse Ian McIntosh, Syracuse Troy Nunes, Syracuse Sean O’Connor, Syracuse Pat Woodcock, Syracuse Sean Martin, Temple André Davis, Virginia Tech Chris Krebs, Virginia Tech Benny Wolfe, Virginia Tech Seth Abraham, West Virginia Anthony Becht, West Virginia James Davis, West Virginia Mark Fazzolari, West Virginia Jeremy Knapp, West Virginia Brad Knell, West Virginia A.J. Nastasi, West Virginia Lance Nimmo, West Virginia Mark Plants, West Virginia Greg Robinette, West Virginia

1998 (52)

Doug Brzezinski, Boston College Jason Malecki, Boston College Rob Tardio, Boston College RaMon Johnson, Boston College Ryan Utzler, Boston College Carlos Moore, Boston College Nick Blevins, Boston College Ryan Burch, Boston College Andrew Krauza, Boston College Patrick Kneib, Boston College Pat Del Vecchio, Miami Joaquin Gonzalez, Miami Andre King, Miami Javiel Lopez, Miami William McPartland, Miami Randy Naidoo, Miami Jeff Popovich, Miami Scott Puckett, Miami

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Marketing Economics Communications Computer Science Marketing Administrative Studies Administrative Studies Undecided Accounting Marketing Chemistry Marketing Undecided Business Management Environmental Planning Biomedical Engineering Finance Mechanical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Broadcast Journalism Pre-Medicine Interdisciplinary Studies Business Engineering Undecided Business Business Business Journalism & Mass Media Social Studies Education Management Finance Finance Physical Education Electronic Media Health & Exercise Science Political Science Health & Excercise Science Arts & Sciences Public Relations Management Social Work Residential Property Management Management Science Finance Business Marketing Business General Studies Communications Athletic Coaching Education Sport Management Business Finance Exercise Physiology

OL P TE DB FB DB LB FB DL DL C OT WR WR FB DB SS C

Administrative Studies Finance & Marketing Administrative Studies Finance Undeclared Theology Undeclared Marketing Administrative Studies Computer Science Chemistry Business Business Undeclared Environmental Science Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Sports Management

Michael Stewart, Miami Andrew Grischow, Pittsburgh Seth Hornack, Pittsburgh Jeff McCurley, Pittsburgh Mark Ponko, Pittsburgh Heath Clark, Rutgers Karl Mayall, Rutgers Lee McDonald, Rutgers Jeremy Womack, Rutgers Mark Baniewicz, Syracuse Michael Bennett, Syracuse Timothy Glisker, Syracuse Kyle Johnson, Syracuse Ian McIntosh, Syracuse Jeff Lowe, Syracuse Marc Pilon, Syracuse Ludwig Reimmer, Syracuse Darrell Stroope, Syracuse Patrick Woodcock, Syracuse Larry Bullard, Temple Andre Davis, Virginia Tech Ken Handy, Virginia Tech Joe Marchant, Virginia Tech Benny Wolfe, Virginia Tech Seth Abraham, West Virginia Mark Ceresa, West Virginia Mark Corman, West Virginia Eric de Groh, West Virginia Andy Keating, West Virginia Jeremy Knapp, West Virginia Mark Plants, West Virginia Bryan Pukenas, West Virginia Greg Robinette, West Virginia Jon Yura, West Virginia

1997 (37)

Ryan Burch, Boston College Patrick Kneib, Boston College Jason Malecki, Boston College Jonathan Miles, Boston College Michael Siravo, Boston College Pat Del Vecchio, Miami Corey Fishman, Miami Randy Naidoo, Miami Jeff Popovich, Miami Michael Stewart, Miami Grant Coffield, Pittsburgh Andrew Grischow, Pittsburgh Seth Hornack, Pittsburgh Joe Holland, Pittsburgh Jason Sepkowski, Pittsburgh Reggie Funderburk, Rutgers Andy Holland, Rutgers Thomas Kelly, Rutgers Jared Slovan, Rutgers Michael Russnok, Syracuse Teddy Damour, Syracuse Patrick Woodcock, Syracuse Marc Pilon, Syracuse Keith Downing, Syracuse Mark Baniewicz, Syracuse Roland Williams, Syracuse Kyle Johnson, Syracuse Michael Stuewe, Virginia Tech Kenneth Handy, Virginia Tech Bryan Baumann, West Virginia Jeff Costelnock, West Virginia Eric de Groh, West Virginia Steve Lippe, West Virginia Mark Plants, West Virginia Bryan Pukenas, West Virginia Jamie Sweeney, West Virginia Chad Wable, West Virginia

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WR Business Management C Communications DB Economics OL Undeclared DB Undeclared TE History DT Journalism & Mass Media PK Journ.&Mass Media/History DL Pre-Business OL Finance TE Physical Education LB Speech Communication RB Electronic Media DB Health & Exercise Sciences WR Political Science DL Pre-Health RB Accounting TE Bioengineering WR Management TE Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Mass Media FL/SE Computer Science FL/SE Marketing OG Business FB University Studies WR General Studies LB Socioogy TE Business C Biology QB General Studies FB Sociology LB Finance OG Biology DT Exercise Physiology LB Exercise Physiology

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Economics Computer Science Finance & Marketing Sociology History Chemistry Sports Management Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Legal Studies Engineering Communication Undeclared Finance History Business Envir. Policies/Int’l Behavior Education Exer. Science/Sports Studies Accounting Pre-Med Physical Education Pre-Health Pre-Med Finance Public Communications Electronic Media Hospitality & Tourism Mgmt. Marketing History Accounting Biology Sec. Education/Mathematics Business/Economics Biology Psychology Biology

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1996 (31)

Todd Pollack, Boston College Jason Malecki, Boston College Greg Bartlett, Boston College Antonio Coley, Miami Corey Fishman, Miami Randy Naidoo, Miami Andrew Grischow, Pittsburgh Reggie Funderburk, Rutgers Ronald Keller, Rutgers Jared Slovan, Rutgers Sean Reali, Syracuse Deon Maddox, Syracuse Keith Downing, Syracuse Mark Baniewicz, Syracuse Eric Johnson, Temple Zane Michalski, Temple Vince Pellis, Temple Drew Peterson, Temple Anthony Midget, Virginia Tech Brandon Semones, Virginia Tech Michael Stuewe, Virginia Tech Eric de Groh, West Virginia Steve Ford, West Virginia Chad Johnston, West Virginia Steve Lippe, West Virginia Bill McElroy, West Virginia Mark Plants, West Virginia Bryan Pukenas, West Virginia Don Quesenberry, West Virginia Jamie Sweeney, West Virginia Chad Wable, West Virginia

1995 (24)

Todd Pollack, Boston College Antonio Coley, Miami Zatiti Moody, Pittsburgh Tony Orlandini, Pittsburgh John Ryan, Pittsburgh Christopher Anzidei, Rutgers James Guarnera, Rutgers Ronald Keller, Rutgers Jared Slovan, Rutgers Keith Downing, Syracuse Cy Ellsworth, Syracuse Eric Johnson, Temple Zane Michalski, Temple John Shay, Temple Atle Larsen, Virginia Tech Brandon Semones, Virginia Tech Eric de Groh, West Virginia Charlton Forbes, West Virginia Chad Johnston, West Virginia Steve Lippe, West Virginia Matt McCulty, West Virginia Bryan Pukenas, West Virginia Jamie Sweeney, West Virginia Chad Wable, West Virginia

1994 (22)

Todd Pollack, Boston College Rusty Medearis, Miami Tony Orlandini, Pittsburgh John Ryan, Pittsburgh Jason Sepkowski, Pittsburgh Billy West, Pittsburgh Reggie Funderburk, Rutgers Ronald Keller, Rutgers Eric Chenoweth, Syracuse Eric Johnson, Temple John Shay, Temple William Ferrell, Virginia Tech Atle Larsen, Virginia Tech Brandon Semones, Virginia Tech Zach Abraham, West Virginia Chris Fogle, West Virginia Chad Johnston, West Virginia David Mayfield, West Virginia Matt McCulty, West Virginia Matt Taffoni, West Virginia Jahn Tiger, West Virginia Chad Wable, West Virginia

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Economics Finance Mathematics Pre-Physical Therapy Business Mgmt. Biomedical Engineering Rhetoric & Communication Marketing. Biology Exer. Science/Sports Studies Consumer Studies Business Administration Biology Business Management Counselor Education Accounting Business Administration Sports Management Undecided Marketing Education Hospitality & Tourism Mgmt. Biology Education Finance Secondary Education Physical Education Pre-medicine/Gen. Sciences Biology Business Psychology Biology.

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Economics Physical Therapy Social Work Undecided Social Sciences History/Political Science Communication & Information Studies Biological Science Exercise Science Pre-Health Sciences Social Studies Education Psychology Accounting Sport Management/Leisure Studies Mechanical Engineering Marketing Biology General Studies Exercise Physiology Sports Management Speech Pathology and Audiology Biology Psychology Biology

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Economics Business Administration Undecided Social Sciences Pre-Education Civil/Environmental Engineering Pre-Business Biological Sciences Environmental Engineering Psychology Sports Management English Mechanical Engineering Marketing Landscape Architecture Finance Pre-Pharmacy Finance Speech Pathology Psychology German/Marketing Psychology

1993 (16)

Thomas Patterson, Miami John Ryan, Pittsburgh Doug Whaley, Pittsburgh Bryan Fortay, Rutgers Reggie Funderburk, Rutgers Ronald Keller, Rutgers Eric Chenoweth, Syracuse Pat O’Neill, Syracuse John Reagan, Syracuse Reggie Terry, Syracuse Eric Johnson, Temple Robert Mitchell, Temple Jim Pyne, Virginia Tech Chad Johnston, West Virginia David Mayfield, West Virginia Matt Taffoni, West Virginia

1992 (28)

Kevin Kirkeide, Miami Thomas Patterson, Miami Darrin Smith, Miami Sean Conley, Pittsburgh Doug Kautter, Pittsburgh James Morrison, Pittsburgh Doug Whaley, Pittsburgh Joe Ciaffoni, Rutgers Maurice Owens, Rutgers Bryan Fortay, Rutgers Anthony Angelo, Temple John Bognanno, Temple Terry Gray, Temple Robert Mitchell, Temple David Schlagel, Temple Eric Chenoweth, Syracuse Cy Ellsworth, Syracuse James Ledger, Syracuse Pat O’Neill, Syracuse John Reagan, Syracuse Reggie Terry, Syracuse Glen Young, Syracuse Rusty Pendleton, Virginia Tech Jim Pyne, Virginia Tech Mike Compton, West Virginia Garrett Ford, West Virginia David Mayfield, West Virginia Matt Taffoni, West Virginia

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Accounting Sociology Business Political Science/Journalism Undecided Biological Sciences Environmental Engineering Bioengineering Education Special Education Psychology Early Childhood Education Marketing Pre-Pharmacy Economics Psychology

Business Administration (Grad.) Accounting Business Administration (Grad.) Business/Political Science Political Science Pre-Medical Careers Business Communications Urban Studies Political Science Physical Education Rhetoric and Communication Health Education Early Childhood Education Physical Education Environmental Engineering Undecided Communications Bio-Engineering Sport Science Social Studies Education Biology Aerospace Engineering Marketing Health/Physical Education Safety Management (Grad.) Business Psychology/Pre-Medical


NATIONAL AWARDS 

HEISMAN MEMORIAL TROPHY

Originally presented in 1935 as the DAC Trophy by the Downtown Athletic Club to the best college player east of the Mississippi River. In 1936, players across the country were eligible and the award was renamed the Heisman Memorial Trophy. The award goes to the outstanding college football player 2011 Robert Griffin III, Baylor, QB 2010 Cam Newton, Auburn, QB 2009 Mark Ingram, Alabama, RB 2008 Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, QB 2007 Tim Tebow, Florida, QB 2006 Troy Smith, Ohio State, QB 2005 Reggie Bush, USC, RB 2004 Matt Leinart, USC, QB 2003 Jason White, Oklahoma, QB 2002 Carson Palmer, USC, QB 2001 Eric Crouch, Nebraska, QB 2000 Chris Weinke, Florida State, QB 1999 Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, RB 1998 Ricky Williams, Texas, RB 1997 Charles Woodson, Michigan, DB 1996 Danny Wuerffel, Florida, QB 1995 Eddie George, Ohio State, RB 1994 Rashaan Salaam, Colorado, RB 1993 Charlie Ward, Florida State, QB 1992 GINO TORRETTA, MIAMI, QB 1991 Desmond Howard, Michigan, WR 1990 Ty Detmer, Brigham Young, QB 1989 Andre Ware, Houston, QB 1988 Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, RB 1987 Tim Brown, Notre Dame, WR 1986 Vinny Testaverde, Miami, QB 1985 Bo Jackson, Auburn, RB 1984 Doug Flutie, BOSTON COLLEGE, QB 1983 Mike Rozier, Nebraska, HB 1982 Herschel Walker, Georgia, HB 1981 Marcus Allen, Southern California, HB 1980 George Rogers, South Carolina, HB 1979 Charles White, Southern California, HB 1978 Billy Sims, Oklahoma, HB 1977 Earl Campbell, Texas, HB 1976 Tony Dorsett, PITTSBURGH, HB 1975 Archie Griffin, Ohio State, HB 1974 Archie Griffin, Ohio State, HB 1973 John Cappelletti, Penn State, HB 1972 Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska, FL 1971 Pat Sullivan, Auburn, QB 1970 Jim Plunkett, Stanford, QB 1969 Steve Owens, Oklahoma, HB 1968 O.J. Simpson, Southern California, HB 1967 Gary Beban, UCLA, QB 1966 Steve Spurrier, Florida, QB 1965 Mike Garrett, Southern California, HB 1964 John Huarte, Notre Dame, QB 1963 Roger Staubach, Navy, QB 1962 Terry Baker, Oregon State, QB 1961 Ernie Davis, SYRACUSE, HB 1960 Joe Bellino, Navy, HB 1959 Billy Cannon, Louisiana State, HB 1958 Pete Dawkins, Army, HB 1957 John David Crow, Texas A&M, HB 1956 Paul Hornung, Notre Dame, QB 1955 Howard Cassidy, Ohio State, HB 1954 Alan Ameche, Wisconsin, FB 1953 Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame, HB 1952 Billy Vessels, Oklahoma, HB 1951 Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, HB 1950 Vic Janowicz, Ohio State, HB 1949 Leon Hart, Notre Dame, E 1948 Doak Walker, Southern Methodist, HB 1947 John Lujack, Notre Dame, QB 1946 Glenn Davis, Army, HB 1945 Doc Blanchard, Army, FB 1944 Les Horvath, Ohio State, QB 1943 Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame, QB 1942 Frank Sinkwich, Georgia, HB 1941 Bruce Smith, Minnesota, HB 1940 Tom Harmon, Michigan, HB 1939 Nile Kinnick, Iowa, HB 1938 Davey O’Brien, Texas Christian, QB 1937 Clint Frank, Yale, HB 1936 Larry Kelley, Yale, E 1935 Jay Berwanger, Chicago, HB

BIG EAST PLAYERS IN THE HEISMAN VOTE 2011 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Robert Griffin III, Baylor Andrew Luck, Stanford Trent Richardson, Alabama Montee Ball, Wisconsin Tyrann Mathieu, LSU

2010 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Cam Newton, Auburn Andrew Luck, Stanford LaMichael James, Oregon Kellen Moore, Boise State Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State

2009 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mark Ingram, Alabama Toby Gerhart, Stanford Colt McCoy, Texas Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska Tim Tebow, Florida

2008 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sam Bradford, Oklahoma Colt McCoy, Texas Tim Tebow, Florida Graham Harrell, Texas Tech Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech

2007 1. Tim Tebow, Florida 2. Darren McFadden, Arkansas 3. Colt Brennan, Hawaii 4. Chase Daniel, Missouri 5. Dennis Dixon, Oregon 6. pat white, West virginia

2000 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Chris Weinke, Florida State Josh Heupel, Oklahoma Drew Brees, Purdue LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU Damien Anderson, Northwestern MICHAEL VICK, VIRGINIA TECH SANTANA MOSS, MIAMI

1999 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ron Dayne, Wisconsin Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech MICHAEL VICK, VIRGINIA TECH Drew Brees, Purdue Chad Pennington, Marshall

1998 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ricky Williams, Texas Michael Bishop, Kansas State Cade McNown, UCLA Tim Couch, Kentucky DONOVAN McNABB, SYRACUSE

1997 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 10.

Charles Woodson, Michigan Peyton Manning, Tennessee Ryan Leaf, Washington State Randy Moss, Marshall Ricky Williams, Texas AMOS ZEREOUE, WEST VIRGINIA

1996 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Danny Wuerffel, Florida Troy Davis, Iowa State Jake Plummer, Arizona State Orlando Pace, Ohio State Warrick Dunn, Florida State

1995 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Eddie George, Ohio State Tommie Frazier, Nebraska Danny Wuerffel, Florida Darnell Autry, Northwestern Troy Davis, Iowa State

1994 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Rashaan Salaam, Colorado Ki-Jana Carter, Penn State Steve McNair, Alcorn State Kerry Collins, Penn State Jay Barker, Alabama WARREN SAPP, MIAMI

1993 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Charlie Ward, Florida State Heath Shuler, Tennessee David Palmer, Alabama Marshall Faulk, San Diego State GLENN FOLEY, BOSTON COLLEGE GINO TORRETTA, MIAMI Marshall Faulk, San Diego St. Garrison Hearst, Georgia Marvin Jones, Florida State Reggie Brooks, Notre Dame MICHEAL BARROW, MIAMI Desmond Howard, Michigan Casey Weldon, Florida State Ty Detmer, Brigham Young Steve Emtman, Washington Shane Matthews, Florida

2006 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Troy Smith, Ohio State Darren McFadden, Arkansas Brady Quinn, Notre Dame Steve Slaton, West Virginia Mike Hart, Michigan

2005 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Reggie Bush, USC Vince Young, Texas Matt Leinart, USC Brady Quinn, Notre Dame Michael Robinson, Penn State

2004 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Leinart, USC Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma Jason White, Oklahoma Alex Smith, Utah Reggie Bush, USC

2003 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jason White, Oklahoma LARRY FITZGERALD, PITTSBURGH Eli Manning, Mississippi Chris Perry, Michigan Darren Sproles, Kansas State

1992 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

2002 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Carson Palmer, USC Brad Banks, Iowa Larry Johnson, Penn State WILLIS McGAHEE, MIAMI KEN DORSEY, MIAMI

1991 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2001 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

Eric Crouch, Nebraska Rex Grossman, Florida KEN DORSEY, MIAMI Joey Harrington, Oregon David Carr, Fresno State BRYANT McKINNIE, MIAMI DWIGHT FREENEY, SYRACUSE

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NATIONAL AWARDS 

WILLIAM V. CAMPBELL TROPHY

Formerly known as the Vincent dePaul Draddy Trophy, the award recognizes the scholar-athlete who most fully represents the ideals of The National Football Foundation. The award was presented for the first time in 1990 and is given to the top scholarathlete in football, both academically and on the field. 2011 Andrew Rodriguez, Army, LB 2010 Sam Acho, Texas, DE 2009 Tim Tebow, Florida, QB 2008 Alex Mack, California, C 2007 Dallas Griffin, Texas, C 2006 BRIAN LEONARD, RUTGERS, FB 2005 Rudy Niswanger, LSU, OL 2004 Michael Munoz, Tennessee, OL 2003 Craig Krenzel, Ohio State, QB 2002 Brandon Roberts, Washington (Mo.) 2001 JOAQUIN GONZALEZ, MIAMI, OT 2000 Kyle Vanden Bosch, Nebraska, DE 1999 Chad Pennington, Marshall, QB 1998 Matt Stinchcomb, Georgia, OL 1997 Peyton Manning, Tennessee, QB 1996 Danny Wuerffel, Florida, QB 1995 Bobby Hoying, Ohio State, QB 1994 Robert B. Zatechka, Nebraska, OT 1993 Thomas D. Burns, Virginia 1992 Jim Hansen, Colorado 1991 Brad Culpepper, Florida 1990 Chris Howard, Air Force

OUTLAND TROPHY

Honoring the outstanding interior lineman in the nation, first presented in 1946 by the Football Writers Association of America. The award is named for its benefactor, Dr. John H. Outland. 2011 Barrett Jones, Alabama, OT 2010 Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin, OT 2009 Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, DT 2008 Andre Smith, Alabama, OT 2007 Glenn Dorsey, Louisiana State, DT 2006 Joe Thomas, Wisconsin, OL 2005 Greg Eslinger, Minnesota, OL 2004 Jammal Brown, Oklahoma, OL 2003 Robert Gallery, Iowa, OT 2002 Rien Long, Washington State, DT* 2001 BRYANT McKINNIE, MIAMI, OT 2000 John Henderson, Tennessee, DT* 1999 Chris Samuels, Alabama, OT 1998 Kris Farris, UCLA, OG 1997 Aaron Taylor, Nebraska, OG 1996 Orlando Pace, Ohio State, OT 1995 Jonathan Ogden, UCLA, OT 1994 Zach Wiegert, Nebraska, OT 1993 Rob Waldrop, Arizona, NG 1992 Will Shields, Nebraska, G 1991 Steve Entman, Washington, DT* 1990 Russell Maryland, Miami, DT 1989 Mohammed Elewonibi, Brigham Young, G 1988 Tracy Rocker, Auburn, DT 1987 Chad Hennings, Air Force, DT 1986 Jason Buck, Brigham Young, DT 1985 Mike Ruth, BOSTON COLLEGE, NG 1984 Bruce Smith, Virginia Tech, DT 1983 Dean Steinkuhler, Nebraska, G 1982 Dave Rimington, Nebraska, C 1981 Dave Rimington, Nebraska, C* 1980 Mark May, PITTSBURGH, OT 1979 Jim Ritcher, North Carolina State, C 1978 Greg Roberts, Oklahoma, G 1977 Brad Shearer, Texas, DT 1976 Ross Browner, Notre Dame, DE* 1975 Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma, DT 1974 Randy White, Maryland, DE 1973 John Hicks, Ohio State, OT 1972 Rich Glover, Nebraska, MG 1971 Larry Jacobson, Nebraska, DT

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1970 Jim Stillwagon, Ohio State, MG 1969 Mike Reid, Penn State, DT 1968 Bill Stanfill, Georgia, T 1967 Ron Yary, Southern California, T 1966 Loyd Phillips, Arkansas, T 1965 Tommy Nobis, Texas, G 1964 Steve DeLong, Tennessee, T 1963 Scott Appleton, Texas, T 1962 Bobby Bell, Minnesota, T 1961 Merlin Olsen, Utah State, T 1960 Tom Brown, Minnesota, G 1959 Mike McGee, Duke, T 1958 Zeke Smith, Auburn, G 1957 Alex Karras, Iowa, T 1956 Jim Parker, Ohio State, G 1955 Calvin Jones, Iowa, G 1954 Bill Brooks, Arkansas, G 1953 J.D. Roberts, Oklahoma, G 1952 Dick Modzelewski, Maryland, T 1951 Jim Weatherall, Oklahoma, T 1950 Bob Goin, Kentucky, T 1949 Ed Bagdon, Michigan State, G 1948 Bill Fischer, Notre Dame, G 1947 Joe Steffy, Army, G 1946 George Connor, Notre Dame, T * Juniors (all others seniors).

FWAA BRONKO NAGURSKI AWARD

Honoring the nation’s top defensive player as selected by the Football Writers Association of America. The award, presented by The Charlotte Touchdown Club, was introduced in 1993 and formally took on the name of 1920’s Minnesota All-American in 1995. 2011 Luke Kuechly, Boston College, LB 2010 Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson, DE 2009 Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, DT 2008 Brian Orakpo, Texas, DE 2007 Glenn Dorsey, Louisiana State, DT 2006 James Laurinaitis, Ohio St., LB 2005 ELVIS DUMERVIL, LOUISVILLE, DE 2004 Derrick Johnson, Texas, LB 2003 Derrick Strait, Oklahoma, DB 2002 Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, DE 2001 Roy Williams, Oklahoma, DB 2000 DAN MORGAN, MIAMI, LB 1999 COREY MOORE, VIRGINIA TECH, DE 1998 Champ Bailey, Georgia, CB 1997 Charles Woodson, Michigan, DB 1996 Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern, DT 1995 Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern, NG 1994 WARREN SAPP, MIAMI, DT 1993 Rob Waldrop, Arizona, NG

VINCE LOMBARDI AWARD

Honoring the outstanding college lineman of the year, first presented in 1970 by the Rotary Club of Houston. The award is named after professional football coach Vince Lombardi, a member of the legendary “Seven Blocks of Granite” at Fordham, in the 1930s. 2011 Luke Kuechly, Boston College, LB 2010 Nick Fairly, Auburn, DT 2009 Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, DT 2008 Brian Orakpo, Texas, DE 2007 Glenn Dorsey, Louisiana State, DT 2006 LaMarr Woodley, Michigan, DL 2005 A.J. Hawk, Ohio State, LB 2004 David Pollack, Georgia, DE 2003 Tommie Harris, Oklahoma, DE 2002 Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, DE 2001 Julius Peppers, North Carolina, DE 2000 Jamal Reynolds, Florida State, DE 1999 COREY MOORE, VIRGINIA TECH, DE 1998 Dat Nguyen, Texas A&M, LB 1997 Grant Wistrom, Nebraska, DE 1996 Orlando Pace, Ohio State, OT 1995 Orlando Pace, Ohio State, OT 1994 WARREN SAPP, MIAMI, DT

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1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Aaron Taylor, Notre Dame, OT Marvin Jones, Florida State, LB Steve Emtman, Washington, DT Chris Zorich, Notre Dame, NT Percy Snow, Michigan State, LB Tracy Rocker, Auburn, DT Chris Spielman, Ohio State, LB Cornelius Bennett, Alabama, LB Tony Casillas, Oklahoma, NG Tony Degrate, Texas, DT Dean Steinkuhler, Nebraska, G Dave Rimington, Nebraska, C Kenneth Sims, Texas, DT Hugh Green, PITTSBURGH, DE Brad Budde, Southern California, G Bruce Clark, Penn State, DT Ross Browner, Notre Dame, DE Wilson Whitley, Houston, DT Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma, DT Randy White, Maryland, DT John Hicks, Ohio State, OT Rich Glover, Nebraska, MG Walt Patulski, Notre Dame, DE Jim Stillwagon, Ohio State, MG

MAXWELL AWARD

Honoring the nation’s outstanding college football player, first presented in 1937 by the Maxwell Memorial Football Club of Philadelphia. The award is named after Robert “Tiny” Maxwell, a Philadelphia native who played on the University of Chicago as a lineman near the turn of the century. 2011 Andrew Luck, Stanford, QB 2010 Cam Newton, Auburn, QB 2009 Colt McCoy, Texas, QB 2008 Tim Tebow, Florida, QB 2007 Tim Tebow, Florida, QB 2006 Brady Quinn, Notre Dame, QB 2005 Vince Young, Texas, QB 2004 Jason White, Oklahoma, QB 2003 Eli Manning, Mississippi, QB 2002 Larry Johnson, Penn State, RB 2001 KEN DORSEY, MIAMI, QB 2000 Drew Brees, Purdue, QB 1999 Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, RB 1998 Ricky Williams, Texas, RB 1997 Peyton Manning, Tennessee, QB 1996 Danny Wuerffel, Florida, QB 1995 Eddie George, Ohio State, RB 1994 Kerry Collins, Penn State, QB 1993 Charlie Ward, Florida State, QB 1992 GINO TORRETTA, MIAMI, QB 1991 Desmond Howard, Michigan, WR 1990 Ty Detmer, Brigham Young, QB 1989 Anthony Thompson, Indiana, RB 1988 Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, RB 1987 Don McPherson, SYRACUSE, QB 1986 Vinny Testaverde, Miami, QB 1985 Chuck Long, Iowa, QB 1984 Doug Flutie, BOSTON COLLEGE, QB 1983 Mike Rozier, Nebraska, RB 1982 Hershel Walker, Georgia, RB 1981 Marcus Allen, Southern California, RB 1980 Hugh Green, PITTSBURGH, DE 1979 Charles White, Southern California, RB 1978 Chuck Fusina, Penn State, QB 1977 Ross Browner, Notre Dame, DE 1976 Tony Dorsett, PITTSBURGH, HB 1975 Archie Griffin, Ohio State, RB 1974 Steve Joachim, Temple, QB 1973 John Cappelletti, Penn State, RB 1972 Brad VanPelt, Michigan State, DB 1971 Ed Marinaro, Cornell, RB 1970 Jim Plunkett, Stanford, QB 1969 Mike Reid, Penn State, DT 1968 O.J. Simpson, Southern California, RB 1967 Gary Beban, UCLA, QB 1966 Jim Lynch, Notre Dame, LB


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Tommy Nobis, Texas, LB Glenn Ressler, Penn State, C Roger Staubach, Navy, QB Terry Baker, Oregon State, QB Bob Ferguson, Ohio State, FB Joe Bellino, Navy, HB Rich Lucas, Penn State, QB Pete Dawkins, Army, HB Bob Reifsnyder, Navy, T Tommy McDonald, Oklahoma, HB Howard Cassidy, Ohio State, HB Ron Beagle, Navy, E Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame, HB Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame, HB Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, HB Reds Bagnell, Pennsylvania, HB Leon Hart, Notre Dame, E Chuck Bednarik, Pennsylvania, C Doak Walker, Southern Methodist, HB Charley Trippi, Georgia, HB Doc Blanchard, Army, FB Glenn Davis, Army, HB Bob Odell, Pennsylvania, HB Paul Governali, Columbia, QB Bill Dudley, Virginia, HB Tom Harmon, Michigan, HB Nile Kinnick, Iowa, HB Davey O’Brien, Texas Christian, QB Clint Frank, Yale, HB

WALTER CAMP AWARD

Honoring the nation’s outstanding football player, first presented in 1937 by the Walter Camp Foundation in balloting by Division I-A coaches and sports information directors. The award is named after Walter Camp, one of the giants of football who introduced many of the innovations that led to the evolution to the American style of football. 2011 Andrew Luck, Stanford, QB 2010 Cam Newton, Auburn, QB 2009 Colt McCoy, Texas, QB 2008 Colt McCoy, Texas, QB 2007 Darren McFadden, Arkansas, RB 2006 Troy Smith, Ohio State, QB 2005 Reggie Bush, USC, QB 2004 Matt Leinart, USC, QB 2003 LARRY FITZGERALD, PITTSBURGH, WR 2002 Larry Johnson, Penn State, RB 2001 Eric Crouch, Nebraska, QB 2000 Josh Heupel, Oklahoma, QB 1999 Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, RB 1998 Ricky Williams, Texas, RB 1997 Charles Woodson, Michigan, DB 1996 Danny Wuerffel, Florida, QB 1995 Eddie George, Ohio State, RB 1994 Rashaan Salaam, Colorado, RB 1993 Charlie Ward, Florida State, QB 1992 GINO TORRETTA, MIAMI, QB 1991 Desmond Howard, Michigan, WR 1990 Raghib Ismail, Notre Dame, WR 1989 Andre Ware, Houston, QB 1988 Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, RB 1987 Tim Brown, Notre Dame, WR 1986 Paul Palmer, TEMPLE, RB 1985 Lorenzo White, Michigan State, RB 1984 Keith Byars, Ohio State, RB 1983 Mike Rozier, Nebraska, HB 1982 John Elway, Stanford, QB 1981 Art Schlichter, Ohio State, QB 1980 Herschel Walker, Georgia, RB 1979 Charles White, Southern Cal, RB 1978 Chuck Fusina, Penn State, QB 1977 Earl Campbell, Texas, HB 1976 Tony Dorsett, PITTSBURGH, RB 1975 Chuck Muncie, California, HB 1974 Anthony Davis, Southern California, HB 1973 John Cappelletti, Penn State, RB 1972 Greg Pruitt, Oklahoma, RB

1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937

Ed Marinaro, Cornell, RB Ed Marinaro, Cornell, RB Archie Manning, Mississippi, QB O.J. Simpson, Southern California, HB Gary Beban, UCLA, QB Steve Spurrier, Florida, QB Jim Grabowski, Illinois, FB Jerry Rhome, Tulsa, QB Roger Staubach, Navy, QB Jerry Stovall, Louisiana State, HB Ernie Davis, SYRACUSE, HB Joe Bellino, Navy, HB Billy Cannon, Louisiana State, HB Randy Duncan, Iowa, QB John David Crow, Texas A&M, HB Paul Hornung, Notre Dame, QB Howard Cassidy, Ohio State, HB Ralph Guglielmi, Notre Dame, QB Alan Ameche, Wisconsin, FB Bernie Faloney, Maryland, QB Paul Giel, Minnesota, HB Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame, HB Don McAuliffe, Michigan State, HB Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, HB Babe Parilli, Kentucky, QB Emil Sitko, Notre Dame, HB Charlie Justice, North Carolina, HB John Lujack, Notre Dame, QB Charley Trippi, Georgia, HB Doc Blanchard, Army, FB Glenn Davis, Army, FB Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame, QB Frank Sinkwich, Georgia, HB Bill Dudley, Virginia, DB Tom Harmon, Michigan, HB Nile Kinnick, Iowa, HB Davey O’Brien, Texas Christian, QB Marshall Goldberg, PITTSBURGH, HB

BEDNARIK TROPHY

First presented in 1995 to honor the nation’s best collegiate defensive player by the Maxwell Football Club. The award is named after Chuck Bednarik, college and pro football Hall-of-Famer. 2011 Tyrann Mathieu, LSU, CB 2010 Patrick Peterson, LSU, CB 2009 Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, DT 2008 Rey Maualuga, Southern California, LB 2007 Dan Connor, Penn State, LB 2006 Paul Posluszny, Penn State 2005 Paul Posluszny, Penn State, LB 2004 David Pollack, Georgia, DE 2003 Teddy Lehman, Oklahoma, LB 2002 E.J. Henderson, Maryland, LB 2001 Julius Peppers, North Carolina, DE 2000 DAN MORGAN, MIAMI, LB 1999 LaVar Arrington, Penn State, LB 1998 Dat Nguyen, Texas A&M, LB 1997 Charles Woodson, Michigan, DB 1996 Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern, LB 1995 Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern, LB

BUTKUS AWARD

First presented in 1985 to honor the nation’s best collegiate linebacker by the Downtown Athletic Club of Orlando, Fla. The award is named after Dick Butkus, two-time consensus All-American at Illinois and six-time all-pro linebacker with the Chicago Bears. 2011 Luke Kuechly, Boston College 2010 Von Miller, Texas A&M 2009 Rolando McClain, Alabama 2008 Aaron Curry, Penn State 2007 James Laurinaitis, Ohio State 2006 Patrick Willis, Mississippi 2005 Paul Posluszny, Penn State 2004 Derrick Johnson, Texas 2003 Teddy Lehman, Oklahoma

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E.J. Henderson, Maryland Rocky Calmus, Oklahoma DAN MORGAN, MIAMI LeVar Arrington, Penn State Chris Claiborne, Southern California Andy Katzenmoyer, Ohio State Matt Russell, Colorado Kevin Hardy, Illinois Dana Howard, Illinois Trev Alberts, Nebraska Marvin Jones, Florida State Erick Anderson, Michigan Alfred Williams, Colorado Percy Snow, Michigan State Derrick Thomas, Alabama Paul McGowan, Florida State Brian Bosworth, Oklahoma Brian Bosworth, Oklahoma

JIM THORPE AWARD

First presented in 1986 to honor the nation’s best defensive back by the Jim Thorpe Athletic Club of Oklahoma City. The award is named after Jim Thorpe, Olympic champion, two-time consensus AllAmerica halfback at Carlisle and professional football player. 2011 Morris Claiborne, LSU 2010 Patrick Peterson, LSU 2009 Eric Berry, Tennessee 2008 Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State 2007 Antoine Cason, Arizona 2006 Aaron Ross, Texas 2005 Michael Huff, Texas 2004 Carlos Rogers, Auburn 2003 Derrick Strait, Oklahoma 2002 Terence Newman, Kansas State 2001 Roy Williams, Oklahoma 2000 Jamar Fletcher, Wisconsin 1999 Tyrone Carter, Minnesota 1998 Antoine Winfield, Ohio State 1997 Charles Woodson, Michigan 1996 Lawrence Wright, Florida 1995 Greg Myers, Colorado State 1994 Chris Hudson, Colorado 1993 Antonio Langham, Alabama 1992 Deon Figures, Colorado 1991 Terrell Buckley, Florida State 1990 Darryll Lewis, Arizona 1989 Mark Carrier, Southern California 1988 Deion Sanders, Florida State 1987 Bennie Blades, Miami Rickey Dixon, Oklahoma 1986 Thomas Everett, Baylor

DAVEY O’BRIEN NATIONAL QUARTERBACK AWARD

First presented in 1977 as the O’Brien Memorial Trophy to the outstanding player in the Southwest. In 1981, the Davey O’Brien Educational and Charitable Trust of Fort Worth, Texas renamed the award the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award. It now honors the nation’s best quarterback. 2011 Robert Griffin III, Baylor 2010 Cam Newton, Auburn 2009 Colt McCoy, Texas 2008 Sam Bradford, Oklahoma 2007 Tim Tebow, Florida 2006 Troy Smith, Ohio State 2005 Vince Young, Texas 2004 Jason White, Oklahoma 2003 Jason White, Oklahoma 2002 Brad Banks, Iowa 2001 Eric Crouch, Nebraska 2000 Chris Weinke, Florida State 1999 Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech 1998 Michael Bishop, Kansas State 1997 Peyton Manning, Tennessee 1996 Danny Wuerffel, Florida

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1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Danny Wuerffel, Florida Kerry Collins, Penn State Charlie Ward, Florida State GINO TORRETTA, MIAMI Ty Detmer, Brigham Young Ty Detmer, Brigham Young Andre Ware, Houston Troy Aikman, UCLA Don McPherson, SYRACUSE Vinnie Testaverde, Miami Chuck Long, Iowa Doug Flutie, BOSTON COLLEGE Steve Young, Brigham Young Todd Blackledge, Penn State Jim McMahon, Brigham Young Mike Singletary, Baylor, LB Mike Singletary, Baylor, LB Billy Sims, Oklahoma, RB Earl Campbell, Texas, RB

DOAK WALKER NATIONAL RUNNING BACK AWARD

First presented in 1990 to honor the nation’s best running back among Division I-A juniors or seniors who combine outstanding achievements on the field, in the classroom and in the community. Sponsored by the Southern Methodist Athletic Forum in Dallas, Texas, a $10,000 scholarship is donated to the recipient’s university in his name. The award is named after Doak Walker, Southern Methodist’s three-time consensus All-America halfback and 1948 Heisman Trophy winner. 2011 Trent Richardson, Alabama 2010 LaMichael James, Oregon 2009 Toby Gerhart, Stanford 2008 Shonn Greene, Iowa 2007 Darren McFadden, Arkansas 2006 Darren McFadden, Arkansas 2005 Reggie Bush, USC 2004 Cedric Benson, Texas 2003 Chris Perry, Michigan 2002 Larry Johnson, Penn State 2001 Luke Staley, BYU 2000 LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU 1999 Ron Dayne, Wisconsin 1998 Ricky Williams, Texas 1997 Ricky Williams, Texas 1996 Byron Hanspard, Texas Tech 1995 Eddie George, Ohio State 1994 Rashaan Salaam, Colorado 1993 Byron Morris, Texas Tech 1992 Garrison Hearst, Georgia 1991 Trevor Cobb, Rice 1990 Greg Lewis, Washington

LOU GROZA COLLEGIATE PLACEKICKER AWARD

First presented in 1992 to honor the nation’s top collegiate placekicker. Sponsored by the Palm Beach County Sports Authority in conjunction with the Orange Bowl Committee. The award is named after NFL Hall of Fame kicker Lou Groza. 2010 Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State 2009 Kai Forbath, UCLA 2008 Graham Gano, Florida State 2007 Thomas Weber, Arizona State 2006 ART CARMODY, LOUISVILLE 2005 Alexis Serna, Oregon State 2004 Mike Nugent, Ohio State 2003 Jonathan Nichols, Mississippi 2002 Nate Kaeding, Iowa 2001 Seth Marler, Tulane 2000 Jonathan Ruffin, Cincinnati 1999 Sebastian Janikowski, Florida State 1998 Sebastian Janikowski, Florida State 1997 Martin Gramatica, Kansas State 1996 Marc Primanti, NC State 1995 Michael Reeder, Texas Christian

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Steve McLaughlin, Arizona Judd Davis, Florida Joe Allison, Memphis

FRED BILETNIKOFF RECEIVER AWARD

First presented in 1994 to honor the nation’s top collegiate pass receiver. Sponsored by the Downtown Athletic Club of Orlando, Florida. The award is named after Fred Biletnikoff, former Florida State All-American and Oakland Raider receiver, a member of both the College Football and Pro Football halls of fame. 2011 Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State 2010 Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State 2009 Golden Tate, Notre Dame 2008 Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech 2007 Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech 2006 Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech 2005 Mike Hass, Oregon State 2004 Braylon Edwards, Michigan 2003 LARRY FITZGERALD, PITTSBURGH 2002 Charles Rogers, Michigan State 2001 Josh Reed, LSU 2000 ANTONIO BRYANT, PITTSBURGH 1999 Troy Walters, Stanford 1998 Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech 1997 Randy Moss, Marshall 1996 Marcus Harris, Wyoming 1995 Terry Glenn, Ohio State 1994 Bobby Engram, Penn State

JOHN MACKEY AWARD

First presented in 2000 to honor the nation’s top collegiate tight end. Sponsored by the Nassau County Sports Commission. This award is named after former Syracuse and Baltimore Colts tight end John Mackey, regarded as the greatest tight end in NFL history. 2011 Dwayne Allen, Clemson 2010 D.J. Williams, Arkansas 2009 Aaron Hernandez, Florida 2008 Chase Coffman, Missouri 2007 Fred Davis, Southern California 2006 Matt Spaeth, Minnesota 2005 Marcedes Lewis, UCLA 2004 Heath Miller, Virginia 2003 KELLEN WINSLOW, MIAMI 2002 Dallas Clark, Iowa 2001 Daniel Graham, Colorado 2000 Tim Stratten, Purdue

RAY GUY AWARD

First presented in 2000 to honor the nation’s top collegiate punter. Sponsored by the Greater Augusta Sports Council. This award is named after former Oakland Raiders all-pro punter Ray Guy. 2011 Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech 2010 Chas Henry, Florida 2009 Drew Butler, Georgia 2008 Matt Fodge, Oklahoma State 2007 Durant Brooks, Georgia Tech 2006 Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor 2005 Ryan Plackemeier, Wake Forest 2004 Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor 2003 B.J. Sander, Ohio State 2002 Mark Mariscal, Colorado 2001 Travis Dorsch, Purdue 2000 Kevin Stemke, Wisconsin

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RIMINGTON TROPHY

First presented in 2000 to honor the nation’s top collegiate center. Presented by the Boomer Esiason Foundation. This award is named after former University of Nebraska center Dave Rimington. 2011 David Molk, Michigan 2010 Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU 2009 Maurkice Pouncey, Florida 2008 A.Q, Shipley, Penn State 2007 Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas 2006 DAN MOZES, WEST VIRGINIA 2005 Greg Eslinger, Minnesota 2004 Ben Wilkerson, LSU/ David Baas, Michigan 2003 JAKE GROVE, VIRGINIA TECH 2002 BRETT ROMBERG, MIAMI 2001 LeCharles Bentley, Ohio State 2000 Dominic Raiola, Nebraska

PAUL “BEAR” BRYANT AWARD

First presented in 1957 to honor the nation’s top collegiate head coach. Sponsored by the Touchdown Club of Houston and voted on by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. This award is named after Paul “Bear” Bryant, one of college football’s winningest head coaches. 2011 Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State 2010 Gene Chizik Auburn 2009 Chris Petersen, Boise State 2008 Kyle Whittingham, Utah 2007 Mark Mangino, Kansas 2006 Chris Petersen, Boise State 2005 Mack Brown, Texas 2004 Tommy Tuberville, Auburn 2003 Nick Saban, LSU 2002 Jim Tressel, Ohio State 2001 LARRY COKER, MIAMI 2000 Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 1999 FRANK BEAMER, VIRGINIA TECH 1998 Bill Snyder, Kansas State 1997 Lloyd Carr, Michigan 1996 Bruce Snyder, Arizona State 1995 Gary Barnett, Northwestern 1994 Rick Brooks, Oregon 1993 Terry Bowden, Auburn 1992 Gene Stallings, Alabama 1991 Don James, Washington 1990 Bobby Ross, Georgia Tech 1989 Bill McCartney, Colorado 1988 Lou Holtz, Notre Dame 1987 Dick MacPherson, SYRACUSE 1986 Joe Paterno, Penn State 1985 Fisher DeBerry, Air Force 1984 La Vell Edwards, BYU 1983 Howard Schnellenberger, Miami 1982 Joe Paterno, Penn State 1981 Danny Ford, Clemson 1980 Vince Dooley, Georgia 1979 Earle Bruce, Ohio State 1978 Joe Paterno, Penn State 1977 Lou Holtz, Arkansas 1976 Johnny Majors, PITTSBURGH 1975 Woody Hayes, Ohio State 1974 Grant Teaff, Baylor 1973 Johnny Majors, PITTSBURGH 1972 John McKay, Southern California 1971 Bob Devaney, Nebraska 1970 Alex Agase, Northwestern 1969 Bo Schembechler, Michigan 1968 Woody Hayes, Ohio State 1967 John Pont, Indiana 1966 Tom Cahill, Army 1965 Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State 1964 Ara Parseghian, Notre Dame 1963 Darrell Royal, Texas 1962 John McKay, Southern California 1961 Darrell Royal, Texas 1960 Murry Warmath, Minnesota


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1959 1958 1957

Ben Schwartzwalder, SYRACUSE Paul Dietzel, Louisiana State Woody Hayes, Ohio State

EDDIE ROBINSON COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD

First presented in 1957 to honor the nation’s top collegiate head coach. Selected by the Football Writers Association of America. This award honors former Grambling State head coach Eddie Robinson, the winningest head coach in collage football history. 2011 Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State 2010 Chip Kelly, Oregon 2009 Gary Patterson, TCU 2008 Nick Saban, Alabama 2007 Mark Mangino, Kansas 2006 GREG SCHIANO, RUTGERS 2005 Charlie Weis, Notre Dame 2004 Tommy Tuberville, Auburn 2003 Nick Saban, LSU 2002 Jim Tressel, Ohio State 2001 Ralph Friedgen, Maryland 2000 Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 1999 FRANK BEAMER, VIRGINIA TECH 1998 Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee 1997 Mike Price, Washington State 1996 Bruce Snyder, Arizona State 1995 Gary Barnett, Northwestern 1994 Rick Brooks, Oregon 1993 Terry Bowden, Auburn 1992 Gene Stallings, Alabama 1991 Don James, Washington 1990 Bobby Ross, Georgia Tech 1989 Bill McCartney, Colorado 1988 Lou Holtz, Notre Dame 1987 Dick MacPherson, SYRACUSE 1986 Joe Paterno, Penn State 1985 Fisher DeBerry, Air Force 1984 La Vell Edwards, BYU 1983 Howard Schnellenberger, Miami 1982 Joe Paterno, Penn State 1981 Danny Ford, Clemson 1980 Vince Dooley, Georgia 1979 Earle Bruce, Ohio State 1978 Joe Paterno, Penn State 1977 Lou Holtz, Arkansas 1976 Johnny Majors, PITTSBURGH 1975 Woody Hayes, Ohio State 1974 Grant Teaff, Baylor 1973 Johnny Majors, PITTSBURGH 1972 John McKay, Southern California 1971 Bob Devaney, Nebraska 1970 Alex Agase, Northwestern 1969 Bo Schembechler, Michigan 1968 Woody Hayes, Ohio State 1967 John Pont, Indiana 1966 Tom Cahill, Army 1965 Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State 1964 Ara Parseghian, Notre Dame 1963 Darrell Royal, Texas 1962 John McKay, Southern California 1961 Darrell Royal, Texas 1960 Murry Warmath, Minnesota 1959 Ben Schwartzwalder, SYRACUSE 1958 Paul Dietzel, Louisiana State 1957 Woody Hayes, Ohio State

CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICA

The following is a list of players from BIG EAST Conference institutions who were consensus AllAmerica (players who were accorded a majority of votes at their positions by the national selectors). Players listed included those who played in the league since its formation in 1991, along with selections from current member institutions prior to that year. Unanimous selections are indicated by (*). BOSTON COLLEGE 2001 WILLIAM GREEN, RB 1998 MIKE CLOUD, RB 1994 PETE MITCHELL, TE CINCINNATI 2008 KEVIN HUBER, P 2007 KEVIN HUBER, P 2000 Jonathan Ruffin, PK LOUISVILLE 2005 ELVIS DUMERVIL, DE* MIAMI 2003 2002 2001 2000 1994 1992 1991

SEAN TAYLOR, DB* KELLEN WINSLOW, TE* BRETT ROMBERG, C WILLIS McGAHEE, RB BRYANT McKINNIE, OT* EDWARD REED, DB* SANTANA MOSS, AP DAN MORGAN, LB* EDWARD REED, DB WARREN SAPP, DT* MICHEAL BARROW, LB RYAN McNEIL, DB GINO TORRETTA, QB* CARLOS HUERTA, PK DARRYL WILLIAMS, DB

PITTSBURGH 2003 LARRY FITZGERALD, WR* 2000 ANTONIO BRYANT, WR 1990 Brian Greenfield, P 1988 Mark Stepnoski, OL 1987 Craig Heyward, HB Randy Dixon, OL 1986 Tony Woods, DL 1984 Bill Fralic, OT* 1983 Bill Fralic, OL* 1982 Jimbo Covert, OL Sal Sunseri, LB 1981 1980 Hugh Green, DL* Mark May, OL* 1979 Hugh Green, DL* 1978 Hugh Green, DL 1977 Tom Brzoza, C Randy Holloway, DL Bob Jury, DB 1976 Tony Dorsett, RB* Al Romano, MG 1963 Paul Martha, B 1960 Mike Ditka, E* 1958 John Guzik, G 1956 Joe Walton, E* 1938 Marshall Goldberg, B* 1937 Marshall Goldberg, B Tony Matisi, T 1936 Averell Daniell, T 1934 Chuck Hartwig, G 1933 Joe Skladany, E 1932 Warren Heller, B* Joe Skladany, E 1931 Jesse Quatse, T 1929 Joe Donchess, E* Ray Montgomery, G 1928 Mike Getto, T

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Gibby Welch, B* Ralph Chase, T Herb Stein, C Herb Stein, C Tom Davies, B Leonard Hilty, T George McLaren, B Dale Seis, G John Sutherland, G James Herron, E Robert Peck, C Robert Peck, C

RUTGERS 1995 1961 1918 1917

MARCO BATTAGLIA, TE* Alex Kroll, C Paul Robeson, E Paul Robeson, E

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GEORGE SELVIE, DE

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SYRACUSE 2001 DWIGHT FREENEY, DL* 1992 CHRIS GEDNEY, TE* 1990 John Flannery, C Ted Gregory, DL 1987 Don McPherson, QB* 1985 Tim Green, DL* 1967 Larry Csonka, B* 1961 Ernie Davis, B* Ernie Davis, B 1960 1959 Roger Davis, G* 1956 Jim Brown, B* 1926 Vic Hanson, E 1923 Pete McRae, E Joe Alexander, G 1919 1918 Joe Alexander, G Lou Usher, T 1917 Alfred Cobb, T 1915 Harold White, G Frank Horr, T 1908 TEMPLE 1986 1985

Paul Palmer, RB John Rienstra, OL

VIRGINIA TECH 2003 JAKE GROVE, C* KEVIN JONES, RB 1999 COREY MOORE, DE* CORNELL BROWN, DL 1995 1993 JIM PYNE, C* WEST VIRGINIA Dan Mozes, C* 2006 Steve Slaton, RB* 2003 GRANT WILEY, LB 1996 CANUTE CURTIS, LB 1995 AARON BEASLEY, DB 1994 TODD SAUERBRUN, P* 1992 MIKE COMPTON, C

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ALL-TIME LEADERS IN CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICANS

Ranked by Total Number of Selections TEAM NO. PLAYERS Yale 100 69 Notre Dame 96 80 Harvard 89 59 Michigan 78 65 Ohio State 76 60 Southern California 76 69 Oklahoma 72 60 Princeton 65 49 Nebraska 54 45 Texas 51 45 PITTSBURGH 48 41 Alabama 47 44 Pennsylvania 46 32 Army 37 28 Tennessee 37 27 Other BIG EAST Institutions: SYRACUSE 19 RUTGERS 4 CINCINNATI 2 USF 1

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NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARS

To qualify, student-athletes must maintain a 3.00 grade-point average (on a 4.00 scale) during their collegiate careers and perform with distinction in varsity football. The program began with the 1964 season. (Those who played in 1964 are listed as 1965 winners, etc.) CINCINNATI Earl Wilson 1971 PITTSBURGH 1989 Mark Stepnoski 1986 Robert Schilken 1979 Jeff Delaney RUTGERS 1990 Steven Tardy SYRACUSE 1995 ERIC CHENOWETH 1994 PAT O’NEILL 1986 Tim Green 1978 Robert Avery TEMPLE 1974 Dwight Fulton VIRGINIA TECH 1997 BRANDON SEMONES

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS

Since 1952, Academic All-America teams have been selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. To be eligible, student-athletes must be regular performers and have at least a 3.20 gradepoint average (on a 4.00 scale) during their careers. Following are the football selections of BIG EAST Conference players, along with those from member institutions prior to league formation in 1991: CINCINNATI 1997 John Kobalka, DL 1991 Kris Bjorson, TE 1990 Kyle Stroh, DL 1981 Kari Yli-Renko, OT CONNECTICUT 2003 Shaun Feldeisen, WR* 1978 William Leahy, OL* MIAMI 2003 2002

JONATHAN VILMA, LB* MATT WALTERS, DL JONATHAN VILMA, LB

LOUISVILLE 2007 BRIAN BROHM, QB DANNY BARLOWE, OG* 2006 BRIAN BROHM, QB PITTSBURGH 2008 CONOR LEE, K* 2003 VINCE CROCHUNIS, DL DAN STEPHENS, DL 2002 VINCE CROCHUNIS, DL 1990 Louis Riddick, DB* 1989 Louis Riddick, DB* 1988 Mark Stepnoski, OL 1982 Rob Fada, OG J.C. Pelusi, DL 1981 Rob Fada, OG 1980 Greg Meisner, DL 1976 Jeff Delaney, LB 1958 John Guzik, G 1956 Joe Walton, E 1954 Lou Palatella, T 1952 Dick Deitrick, DT

SYRACUSE 2011 KEVYN SMITH, LB 2009 JIM McKENZIE, OL 2008 RYAN DURAND, OL * 2003 RICH SCANLON, LB NICK ROMEO, C* 1999 MARK BANIEWICZ, OL 1998 MARK BANIEWICZ, OL* 1993 PAT O’NEILL, P* 1985 Tim Green, DL 1984 Tim Green, DL 1983 Tony Romano, LB 1971 Howard Goodman, LB 1960 Fred Mautino, E VIRGINIA TECH 2001 ANDRE DAVIS, WR WEST VIRGINIA 2009 REED WILLIAMS, LB * 2008 DOUG SLAVONIC, DL * 2007 REED WILLIAMS, LB 2006 Jay Henry, LB DAN MOZES, OL* 2005 Jay Henry, LB 1998 ERIC de GROH, OL 1997 ERIC de GROH, OL* 1996 ERIC de GROH, OL 1994 MATT TAFFONI, LB 1993 DAVID MAYFIELD, DB* 1992 MIKE COMPTON, OL All selections are first team unless noted * - Second team selection # - Third team selection

RUTGERS 2003 NATE JONES, DB 2002 NATE JONES, DB* 1989 Steven Tardy, OL* USF 2011

CHAZ HINE, OL *

Chaz Hine, USF

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NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETES

Each year The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame honors and pays tribute to a select few with awards of excellence for exhibiting superior qualities of scholarship, citizenship and leadership in the game of college football. Following are the selections of BIG EAST Conference players, along with those of current member institutions prior to league formation in 1991: CINCINNATI 1979 Edward Kloboves CONNECTICUT 2006 RHEMA FULLER, DL MIAMI 2003 JONATHAN VILMA, LB 2001 JOAQUIN GONZALEZ, OT 1992 DARRIN SMITH, LB PITTSBURGH 1988 Mark Stepnoski, OL 1978 Jeff Delaney, LB 1974 Todd Toerper, SE 1973 David Blandino, OT 1963 Al Grigalinuas, E RUTGERS 2007 BRANDON RENKART, LB 2006 BRIAN LEONARD, FB 2003 NATE JONES, DB 1989 Steven Tardy, OL 1973 James Jennings, RB 1961 Alex Kroll, C 1960 Paul Benke, E USF 2011

CHAZ HINE, OL

SYRACUSE 1999 MARK BANIEWICZ, OL 1985 Tim Green, DL 1983 Tony Romano, LB 1959 Gerhard Schwedes, HB VIRGINIA TECH 2001 ANDRE DAVIS, WR 1991 WILL FURRER, QB

AFCA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS

The Academic Achievement Award was originally established by the College Football Association in 1981 and presented annually by the Touchdown Club of Memphis through 1996. The American Football Coaches Association has continued presentation of the award since 1997. The award recognizes the institution with the highest graduation rate among members of its football team. Boston College has captured four awards since joining the BIG EAST Conference, with Syracuse earning the honor once. More than half of the BIG EAST’s teams have earned honorable mention distinction. Institutions receive honorable mention status for registering graduation reports of 75 percent or higher. The following is a complete listing of winners since its inception in 1981. YEAR WINNERS HONORABLE MENTION (BIG EAST) 2011 Boise State, Miami (Ohio) Cincinnati, Rutgers, Syracuse, West Virginia 2010 Northwestern, Rice Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, West Virginia 2009 Notre Dame, Miami Connecticut, Rutgers, USF, Syracuse, West Virginia 2008 Vanderbilt Cincinnati, Connecticut, Rutgers, Syracuse 2007 Northwestern Notre Dame Cincinnati, Connecticut, Rutgers, Syracuse 2006 SMU Cincinnati, Rutgers, Syracuse, West Virginia 2005 Duke, Northwestern 2004 Boston College Miami, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, West Virginia Northwestern 2003 Duke Boston College, West Virginia 2002 Northwestern Boston College, Cincinnati, Miami, Syracuse, Virginia Tech 2001 Vanderbilt, Notre Dame Syracuse 2000 Syracuse Boston College, Miami 1999 Duke Boston College, Syracuse, West Virginia 1998 Northwestern Boston College, Syracuse 1997 Duke Miami, Syracuse 1996 Boston College Miami Duke Vanderbilt 1995 Boston College Miami Duke Wake Forest 1994 Duke Boston College, Miami, Syracuse 1993 Duke Boston College, Miami, Rutgers, Syracuse 1992 Boston College Cincinnati, Miami, Syracuse Texas Christian 1991 Notre Dame Boston College, Rutgers, Syracuse 1990 Duke Boston College, Rutgers, Syracuse 1989 Kentucky Boston College 1988 Notre Dame Boston College, Syracuse 1987 Duke Boston College, Syracuse 1986 Virginia 1985 Virginia 1984 Duke Notre Dame 1983 Notre Dame 1982 Notre Dame 1981 Duke

WEST VIRGINIA 2009 REED WILLIAMS, LB 2006 JAY HENRY, LB 1998 ERIC DE GROH, OL

Rhema Fuller, Connecticut

Brian Leonard, Rutgers

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FIRST ROUND 15. Bruce Irvin, DE, West Virginia 21. Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse

Seattle Seahawks New England Patriots

FIRST ROUND 11. Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers 15. Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, USF 27. Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers

San Francisco 49ers New York Giants New England Patriots

SECOND ROUND 36. Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati 49. Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut 50. Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati

Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers St. Louis Rams

SECOND ROUND 37. Nate Allen, S, USF

Philadelphia Eagles

THIRD ROUND 83. Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers 87. John Hughes, DT, Cincinnati

THIRD ROUND 65. Jerome Murphy, CB, USF

Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns

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New York Giants

FOURTH ROUND 99. Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 101. Mike Williams, WR, Syracuse 107. Marcus Easley, WR, Connecticut

FOURTH ROUND 127. Adrien Robinson, TE, Cincinnati

St. Louis Rams Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buffalo Bills

FIFTH ROUND 140. Najee Goode, LB, West Virginia

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

FIFTH ROUND 157. Arthur Jones, DT, Syracuse

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SIXTH ROUND 174. Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia 179. Andrew Tiller, OG, Syracuse

Tampa Bay Buccaneers New Orleans Saints

SEVENTH ROUND 232. Greg Scruggs, DE, Louisville

SIXTH ROUND 177. Carlton Mitchell, WR, USF 182. Nate Byham, TE, Pittsburgh 204. Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati

Cleveland Browns San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers

Seattle Seahwaks

SEVENTH ROUND 226. George Selvie, DE, USF 227. Dorin Dickerson, TE, Pittsburgh 231. Selvish Capers, OT, West Virginia 237. Ryan D’Imperio, LB, Rutgers 238. Ricardo Mathews, DE, Cincinnati 249. Robert McClain, DB, Connecticut

St. Louis Rams Houston Texans Washington Redskins Minnesota Vikings Indianapolis Colts Carolina Panthers

2011 (7 Rounds/22 Players) FIRST ROUND 26. Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh

Kansas City Chiefs

SECOND ROUND 37. Jabaal Sheard, DL, Pittsburgh

Cleveland Browns

THIRD ROUND 65. Terrell McClain, DL, USF 88. Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville

Carolina Panthers New Orleans Saints

FOURTH ROUND 98. Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia 119. Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse 126. Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville

Carolina Panthers Indianapolis Colts New York Jets

FIFTH ROUND 134. Robert Sands, S, West Virginia 136. Anthony Sherman, RB, Connecticut 149. Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh 150. Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh 157. Doug Hogue, LB, Syracuse

Cincinnati Bengals Arizona Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles Cleveland Browns Detroit Lions

SIXTH ROUND 166. Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut 170. Mistral Raymond, CB, USF 175. Byron Stingily, OT, Louisville 183. Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut 191. Jason Kelce, OG, Cincinnati 195. J.T. Thomas, LB, West Virginia 202. Jacquain Williams, LB, USF

Carolina Panthers Minnesota Vikings Tennessee Titans San Diego Chargers Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears New York Giants

SEVENTH ROUND 226. Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh 234. Greg Lloyd, LB, Connecticut 253. Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia

New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins

SIXTH ROUND 178. Mike Teel, QB, Rutgers Seattle Seahawks 187. Brandon Underwood, DB, Cincinnati Green Bay Packers 203. Jason McCourty, CB, Rutgers Tennessee Titans

2009 (7 Rounds/27 Players)

FIRST ROUND 27. Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut 28. Eric Wood, C, Louisville 30. Kenny Britt, Rutgers

Indianapolis Colts Buffalo Bills Tennessee Titans

SECOND ROUND 41. Darius Butler, CB, Connecticut 44. Pat White, QB, West Virginia 46. Connor Barwin, DE, Cincinnati 53. LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh 60. William Beatty, OT, Connecticut 63. Cody Brown, DE, Connecticut

New England Patriots Miami Dolphins Houston Texans Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants Arizona Cardinals

THIRD ROUND 97. Tyrone McKenzie, LB, USF

New England Patriots

FOURTH ROUND 128. Tony Fiammetta, FB, Syracuse

Carolina Panthers

FIFTH ROUND 142. Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati 143. DeAngelo Smith, CB, Cincinnati 146. Scott McKillop, LB, Pittsburgh 170. George Bussey, OT, Louisville

Cincinnati Bengals Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots

SEVENTH ROUND 220. Ellis Lankster, CB, West Virginia Buffalo Bills 222. Pat McAfee, K/P, West Virginia Indianapolis Colts 227. Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati Dallas Cowboys 239. Ryan Durand, OG, Syracuse Tennessee Titans 240. LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB, Pittsburgh Arizona Cardinals 245. Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers Seattle Seahawks 251. Derek Kinder, WR, Pittsburgh Chicago Bears 253. Tiquan Underwood, WR, Rutgers Jacksonville Jaguars 254. Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati Arizona Cardinals

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2008 (7 Rounds/19 Players)

2006 (7 Rounds/11 Players)

FIRST ROUND 19. Jeff Otah, OT, Pittsburgh 25. Mike Jenkins, CB, USF

Carolina Panthers Dallas Cowboys

SECOND ROUND 55. Ray Rice, RB, Rutgers 56. Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville

THIRD ROUND 65. Charles Spencer, OG, Pittsburgh 75. Jason Spitz, C, Louisville 83. Anthony Smith, S, Syracuse

Houston Texans Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers

Baltimore Ravens Green Bay Packers

FOURTH ROUND 126. Elvis Dumervil, DE, Louisville

Denver Broncos

THIRD ROUND 83. Jeremy Zuttah, OG, Rutgers 84. Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville 89. Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Atlanta Falcons Houston Texans

FIFTH ROUND 139. Quinn Ojinnaka, OG, Syracuse 142. Brandon Johnson, LB, Louisville

Atlanta Falcons Arizona Cardinals

FOURTH ROUND 100. Tyvon Branch, CB, Connecticut 109. Mike McGlynn, OG, Pittsburgh

Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles

SIXTH ROUND 174. Bernard “Josh” Lay, CB, Pittsburgh 179. Dee McCann, CB, West Virginia 182. Montavious Stanley, DT, Louisville

New Orleans Saints Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys

FIFTH ROUND 141. Gary Barnidge, TE, Louisville 150. Breno Giacomini, OT, Louisville 159. Trae Williams, CB, USF 163. Owen Schmitt, FB, West Virginia

Carolina Panthers Green Bay Packers Jacksonville Jaguars Seattle Seahawks

SEVENTH ROUND 213. James Wyche, DE, Syracuse, 219. Ryan LaCasse, DE, Syracuse,

Jacksonville Jaguars Baltimore Ravens

2005 (7 Rounds/8 Players)

SIXTH ROUND FIRST ROUND 194. Ryan Mundy, S, West Virginia Pittsburgh Steelers 6. Adam Jones,CB, West Virginia 195. Donald Thomas, OG, Connecticut Miami Dolphins 206. Haruki Nakamura, S, Cincinnati Baltimore Ravens SECOND ROUND 64. Adam Terry, OT, Syracuse SEVENTH ROUND 244. Angelo Craig, LB, Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals THIRD ROUND 246. Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville Cincinnati Bengals 82. Alfred Fincher, ILB, Connecticut 251. Kennard Cox, CB, Pittsburgh Buffalo Bills 83. Chris Henry, WR, West Virginia

2007 (7 Rounds/16 Players)

FIRST ROUND 10. Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville 14. Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh,

SECOND ROUND 52. Brian Leonard, FB, Rutgers FOURTH ROUND 100. Michael Bush. RB, Louisville 106. Tanard Jackson, CB, Syracuse 109. Stephen Nicholas, OLB, USF 110. John Bowie, CB, Cincinnati 136. Clint Session, OLB, Pittsburgh FIFTH ROUND 148. Kolby Smith, RB, Louisville 156. Cameron Stephenson, OG, Rutgers 162. Brent Celek, TE, Cincinnati 170. William Gay, CB, Louisville SIXTH ROUND 179. H.B. Blades, LB, Pittsburgh 195. Deon Anderson, FB, Connecticut SEVENTH ROUND 219. Kelvin Smith, ILB, Syracuse 243. Clark Harris, TE, Rutgers

Houston Texans New York Jets St. Louis Rams 

Tennessee Titans Baltimore Ravens New Orleans Saints Cincinnati Bengals

FIFTH ROUND 145. Dan Orlovsky, QB, Connecticut 166. Rian Wallace, ILB, Temple 174. Rasheed Marshall, WR, West Virginia

Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers ­San Francisco 49ers

SIXTH ROUND 209. Rob Petitti, OT, Pittsburgh

Dallas Cowboys

Oakland Raiders  Tampa Bay Buccaneers Atlanta Falcons Oakland Raiders Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs Pittsburgh Steelers Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers

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2004 (7 Rounds/28 Players)

2003 (7 Rounds/23 Players)

FIRST ROUND 3. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh 5. Sean Taylor, S, Miami 6. Kellen Winslow, TE, Miami 8. DeAngelo Hall, CB, Virginia Tech 12. Jonathan Vilma, LB, Miami 17. D.J. Williams, LB, Miami 19. Vince Wilfork, DT, Miami 21. Vernon Carey, OG, Miami 30. Kevin Jones, RB, Virginia Tech

Arizona Cardinals Washington Redskins Cleveland Browns Atlanta Falcons New York Jets Denver Broncos New England Patriots Miami Dolphins Detroit Lions

SECOND ROUND 34. Chris Snee, OG, Boston College 45. Jake Grove, C, Virginia Tech 58. Shawntae Spencer, CB, Pittsburgh 61. Kris Wilson, TE, Pittsburgh

New York Giants San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers Kansas City Chiefs

FOURTH ROUND 120. Ernest Wilford, WR, Virginia Tech

Jacksonville Jaguars

FIFTH ROUND 134. Johnnie Morant, WR, Syracuse 144. Sean Ryan, TE, Boston College 145. Nathaniel Adibi, DE, Virginia Tech 147. Calude Harriott, DE, Pittsburgh

Oakland Raiders Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Chicago Bears

SIXTH ROUND 188. Andy Lee, P, Pittsburgh

San Francisco 49ers

SEVENTH ROUND 205. Nate Jones, CB, Rutgers 210. Raheem Orr, DE, Rutgers 213. Darrell McClover, LB, Miami 215. Alfonso Marshall, CB, Miami 219. Quincy Wilson, RB, West Virginia 226. Christian Ferrara, DT, Syracuse 231. Kevin Sampson, OT, Syracuse 247. Brandon Miree, RB, Pittsburgh 254. Carlos Joseph, OT, Miami

Dallas Cowboys Houston Texans New York Jets Chicago Bears Atlanta Falcons San Francisco 49ers Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers

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FIRST ROUND 3. Andre Johnson, WR, Miami 15. Jerome McDougle, DE, Miami 23. Willis McGahee, RB, Miami 25. William Joseph, DT, Miami

Houston Texans Philadelphia Eagles Buffalo Bills New York Giants

SECOND ROUND 61. L.J. Smith, TE, Rutgers

Philadelphia Eagles

THIRD ROUND 70. Gerald Hayes, LB, Pittsburgh 89. Andrew Williams, DE, Miami

Arizona Cardinals San Francisco 49ers

FOURTH ROUND 115. Lee Suggs, RB, Virginia Tech 117. Dan Klecko, DL, Temple 130. Lance Nimmo, OT, West Virginia 131. Jamaal Green, DE, Miami

Cleveland Browns New England Patriots Tampa Bay Bucaneers Philadelphia Eagles

FIFTH ROUND 144. James Davis, LB, West Virginia 150. Matt Walters, DT, Miami 163. Brian St. Pierre, QB, Boston College 164. Dan Koppen, C, Boston College 165. Chris Davis, FB, Syracuse

Detroit Lions New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks

SIXTH ROUND 195. Antonio Garay, DL, Boston College 205. Torrie Cox, CB, Pittsburgh 211. David Tyree, WR, Syracuse

Cleveland Browns Tampa Bay Bucaneers New York Giants

SEVENTH ROUND 237. Dave Yovanovits, OG, Temple 241. Ken Dorsey, QB, Miami 252. Willie Pile, FS, Virginia Tech 261. Bryan Anderson, OG, Pittsburgh

New York Jets San Francisco 49ers Kansas City Chiefs Chicago Bears

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2002 (7 Rounds/27 Players)

2000 (7 Rounds/20 Players)

FIRST ROUND 7. Bryant McKinnie, OT, Miami 11. Dwight Freeney, DE, Syracuse 14. Jeremy Shockey, TE, Miami 16. William Green, RB, Boston College 17. Phillip Buchanon, DB, Miami 24. Edward Reed, S, Miami 27. Mike Rumph, CB, Miami 29. Marc Colombo, OT, Boston College

Minnesota Vikings Indianapolis Colts New York Giants Cleveland Browns Oakland Raiders Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Chicago Bears

SECOND ROUND 47. Andre Davis, WR, Virginia Tech 51. Clinton Portis, RB, Miami 63. Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh

Cleveland Browns Denver Broncos Dallas Cowboys

FOURTH ROUND 111. Ben Taylor, LB, Virginia Tech 116. Martin Bibla, OG, Miami 135. Najeh Davenport, RB, Miami

Cleveland Browns Atlanta Falcons Green Bay Packers

FIFTH ROUND 145. Kyle Johnson, RB, Syracuse 148. Kevin McCadam, SS, Virginia Tech 153. Ramon Walker, S, Pittsburgh 165. Bryan Knight, LB, Pittsburgh

Carolina Panthers Atlanta Falcons Houston Texans Chicago Bears

SIXTH ROUND 182. David Pugh, DT, Virginia Tech 183. James Lewis, S, Miami 211. Bob Slowikowski, TE, Virginia Tech

Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts Dallas Cowboys

SEVENTH ROUND 218. Chad Beasley, DT, Virginia Tech 224. Derrius Monroe, DE, Virginia Tech 226. Daryl Jones, WR, Miami 227. Joaquin Gonzalez, OT, Miami 238. Raheem Brock, DE, Temple 251. Jarrett Ferguson, FB, Virginia Tech

Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints New York Giants Cleveland Browns Philadelphia Eagles Buffalo Bills

2001 (7 Rounds/18 Players)

FIRST ROUND 14. Daniel “Bubba” Franks, TE, Miami 25. Chris Hovan, DL, Boston College 27. Anthony Becht, TE, West Virginia 30. Keith Bulluck, LB, Syracuse

Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings New York Jets Tennessee Titans

SECOND ROUND 35. John Engelberger, DL, Virginia Tech 47. Jerry Porter, WR, West Virginia 50. Barrett Green, LB, West Virginia 52. Ike Charlton, DB, Virginia Tech 56. Michael Boireau, DL, Miami

San Francisco 49ers Oakland Raiders Detroit Lions Seattle Seahawks Minnesota Vikings

THIRD ROUND 77. Hank Poteat, DB, Pittsburgh 89. Corey Moore, DE/LB, Virginia Tech 90. Nate Webster, LB, Miami

Pittsburgh Steelers Buffalo Bills Tampa Bay Buccaneers

FIFTH ROUND 134. Anthony Midget, DB, Virginia Tech 148. Richard Mercier, OL, Miami 160. Frank Chamberlin, LB, Boston College

Atlanta Falcons Baltimore Ravens Tennessee Titans

SIXTH ROUND 168. Marc Bulger, QB, West Virginia 188. Darnell Alford, OL, Boston College

New Orleans Saints Kansas City Chiefs

SEVENTH ROUND 227. Mondriel Fulcher, TE, Miami 243. Shyrone Stith, RB, Virginia Tech 247. Mark Baniewicz, OL, Syracuse

Oakland Raiders Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars

1999 (7 Rounds/17 Players)

FIRST ROUND 2. Donovan McNabb, QB, Syracuse 4. Edgerrin James, RB, Miami 17. Damien Woody, C, Boston College

Philadelphia Eagles Indianapolis Colts New England Patriots

SECOND ROUND 32. Kevin Johnson, WR, Syracuse 33. Charles Fisher, DB, West Virginia 43. Rob Konrad, FB, Syracuse 52. John Thornton, DL, West Virginia 54. Mike Cloud, RB, Boston College 55. Solomon Page, OL, West Virginia

Cleveland Browns Cincinnati Bengals Miami Dolphins Tennessee Titans Kansas City Chiefs Dallas Cowboys

THIRD ROUND 64. Doug Brzezinski, OL, Boston College 75. Gary Stills, LB, West Virginia 95. Amos Zereoue, RB, West Virginia

Philadelphia Eagles Kansas City Chiefs Pittsburgh Steelers

FOURTH ROUND 110. Pierson Prioleau, DB, Virginia Tech 121. Kevin Landolt, DL, West Virginia

San Francisco 49ers Jacksonville Jaguars

FIRST ROUND 1. Michael Vick, QB, Virginia Tech 11. Dan Morgan, LB, Miami 12. Damione Lewis, DT, Miami 16. Santana Moss, WR, Miami 22. Will Allen, CB, Syracuse 30 Reggie Wayne, WR, Miami

Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers St. Louis Rams New York Jets New York Giants Indianapolis Colts

THIRD ROUND 65. James Jackson, RB, Miami 75. Eric Downing, DT, Syracuse 80. Kevan Barlow, RB, Pittsburgh 88. Morlon Greenwood, LB, Syracuse 91. Cory Bird, S, Virginia Tech

Cleveland Browns Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts

FOURTH ROUND 111. Mathias Nkwenti, OT, Temple

Pittsburgh Steelers

FIFTH ROUND 137. Matt Lehr, OG, Virginia Tech 149. Mike McMahon, QB, Rutgers

FIFTH ROUND 135. Nick Williams, RB, Miami 165. Derek Smith, OL, Virginia Tech

Cincinnati Bengals Washington Redskins

Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions

SEVENTH ROUND 245. Scott Covington, QB, Miami

Cincinnati Bengals

SIXTH ROUND 175. Dee Brown, RB, Syracuse 200. Leonard Myers, CB, Miami

Carolina Panthers New England Patriots

SEVENTH ROUND 203. Paul Zukauskas, OL, Boston College 245. Andre King, WR, Miami

Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns

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1998 (7 Rounds/14 Players)

1996 (7 Rounds/18 Players)

FIRST ROUND 10. Duane Starks, DB, Miami 22. Tebucky Jones, DB, Syracuse 25. Donovin Darius, DB, Syracuse

Baltimore Ravens New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars

THIRD ROUND 74. Jammi German, WR, Miami

Atlanta Falcons

FOURTH ROUND 98. Roland Williams, TE, Syracuse 104. Todd Washington, OL, Virginia Tech 109. Gennaro DiNapoli, OG, Virginia Tech

St. Louis Rams Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders

SIXTH ROUND 177. Todd Pollack, TE, Boston College 187. Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Boston College

New York Giants Green Bay Packers

SEVENTH ROUND 201. Ken Oxendine, RB, Virginia Tech 202. Marcus Parker, RB, Virginia Tech 203. Henry Slay, DT, West Virginia 206. Antwaune Ponds, LB, Syracuse 228. Jim Turner, WR, Syracuse

Atlanta Falcons Cincinnati Bengals Atlanta Falcons Washington Redskins Carolina Panthers

1997 (7 Rounds/19 Players)

FIRST ROUND 15. Yatil Green, WR, Miami 17. Kenard Lang, DE, Miami 18. Kenny Holmes, DE, Miami 26. Jim Druckenmiller, QB, Virginia Tech

Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins Houston Oilers San Francisco 49ers

SECOND ROUND 49. Torrian Gray, DB, Virginia Tech 50. Mike Logan, DB, West Virginia 54. Kevin Abrams, DB, Syracuse

Minnesota Vikings Jacksonville Jaguars Detroit Lions

THIRD ROUND 78. Stalin Colinet, DT, Boston College

Minnesota Vikings

FOURTH ROUND 101. Antonio Anderson, DE, Syracuse 111. Tremain Mack, S, Miami 113. Antonio Banks, CB, Virginia Tech 128. Alshermond Singleton, LB, Temple

FIRST ROUND 19. Marvin Harrison, WR, Syracuse 21. Pete Kendall, OT, Boston College 26. Ray Lewis, LB, Miami

Indianapolis Colts Seattle Seahawks Baltimore Ravens

SECOND ROUND 39. Marco Battaglia, TE, Rutgers 41. Bryan Still, WR, Virginia Tech 57. Lance Johnstone, LB, Temple

Cincinnati Bengals San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders

THIRD ROUND 63. Aaron Beasley, DB, West Virginia 68. John Browning, DE, West Virginia 77. Robert Barr, OT, Rutgers 88. J.C. Price, DT, Virginia Tech

Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs Seattle Seahawks Carolina Panthers

FOURTH ROUND 119. Chris Sullivan, DE, Boston College 124. Kantroy Barber, RB, West Virginia

New England Patriots New England Patriots

SIXTH ROUND 175. Derrick Harris, RB, Miami 176. Dietrich Jells, WR, Pittsburgh 177. Anthony Dorsett, DB, Pittsburgh 178. Tom Tumulty, LB, Pittsburgh 187. Jon Clark, OT, Temple

St. Louis Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Houston Oilers Cincinnati Bengals Chicago Bears

SEVENTH ROUND 216. Lovett Purnell, TE, West Virginia

New England Patriots

1995 (7 Rounds/20 Players)

FIRST ROUND 7. Mike Mamula, DE, Boston College 12. Warren Sapp, DT, Miami 14. Reuben Brown, OG, Pittsburgh

Philadelphia Eagles Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buffalo Bills

SECOND ROUND 52. Patrick Riley, DT, Miami 56. Todd Sauerbrun, P, West Virginia

Chicago Bears Chicago Bears

Dallas Cowboys Cincinnati Bengals Minnesota Vikings Tampa Bay Buccaneers

SIXTH ROUND 176. Canute Curtis, LB, West Virginia 186. Daryl Porter, DB, Boston College 192. Tony Gaiter, WR, Miami 194. Cornell Brown, DE, Virginia Tech

THIRD ROUND 69. Melvin Tuten, OT, Syracuse 74. Curtis Martin, RB, Pittsburgh 78. Chris T. Jones, WR, Miami 90. Antonio Freeman, WR, Virginia Tech

Cincinnati Bengals New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers

Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Baltimore Ravens

SEVENTH ROUND 211. Carlos Jones, DB, Miami

FOURTH ROUND 103. Larry Jones, RB, Miami 112. Dave Wohlabaugh, C, Syracuse 122. Pete Mitchell, TE, Boston College 124. Ken Brown, LB, Virginia Tech

Washington Redskins New England Patriots Miami Dolphins Denver Broncos

Seattle Seahawks

FIFTH ROUND 141. Stephen Boyd, LB, Boston College 157. James Stewart, RB, Miami

Detroit Lions Minnesota Vikings

SIXTH ROUND 207. Tom Barndt, DL, Pittsburgh

Kansas City Chiefs

SEVENTH ROUND 211. C.J. Richardson, DB, Miami 216. Keif Bryant, DE, Rutgers 231. A.C. Tellison, WR, Miami 249. Michael Reed, DB, Boston College

Houston Oilers Seattle Seahawks Cleveland Browns Carolina Panthers

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1994 (7 Rounds/14 Players)

1992 (12 Rounds/21 Players)

SECOND ROUND 31. Tre Johnson, G, Temple 53. Kevin Mitchell, LB, Syracuse 58. Donnell Bennett, RB, Miami 62. Tyronne Drakeford, DB, Virginia Tech

Washington Redskins San Francisco 49ers Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers

FIRST ROUND 3. Sean Gilbert, DE, Pittsburgh 11. Leon Searcy, OT, Miami 13. Eugene Chung, OT, Virginia Tech 28. Darryl Williams, DB, Miami

Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Cincinnati Bengals

THIRD ROUND 76. Rich Braham, G, West Virginia

Arizona Cardinals

SECOND ROUND 30. Steve Israel, DB, Pittsburgh

Los Angeles Rams

FOURTH ROUND 108. Chris Brantley, WR, Rutgers 121. John Burke, TE, Virginia Tech

Los Angeles Rams New England Patriots

FIFTH ROUND 135. Pat O’Neill, P/PK, Syracuse 150. Darren Krein, DE, Miami

New England Patriots San Diego Chargers

FOURTH ROUND 88. Ricardo McDonald, LB, Pittsburgh 92. Jeff Christy, OT, Pittsburgh 99 Keith Hamilton, DT, Pittsburgh 107. Will Furrer, QB, Virginia Tech

Cincinnati Bengals Phoenix Cardinals New York Giants Chicago Bears

SIXTH ROUND 169. Jay Kearney, WR, West Virginia 191. Darren Studstill, QB, West Virginia

Green Bay Packers Dallas Cowboys

SIXTH ROUND 150. Damien Russell, DB, Virginia Tech 157. Mark Chmura, TE, Boston College

San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers

SEVENTH ROUND 200. Jim Pyne, C, Virginia Tech 209. Glenn Foley, QB, Boston College 218. Tom Nalen, C, Boston College

Tampa Bay Buccaneers New York Jets Denver Broncos

1993 (8 Rounds/15 Players) SECOND ROUND 33. Ryan McNeil, DB, Miami 46. Kevin Williams, WR, Miami 47. Micheal Barrow, LB, Miami 52. Qadry Ismail, Syracuse 54. Darrin Smith, LB, Miami

Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys Houston Oilers Minnesota Vikings Dallas Cowboys

THIRD ROUND 60. Lamar Thomas, WR, Miami 61. Chris Gedney, TE, Syracuse 68. Mike Compton, C, West Virginia

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chicago Bears Detroit Lions

FOURTH ROUND 96. Ron Stone, OT, Boston College 104. Horace Copeland, WR, Miami

Dallas Cowboys Tampa Bay Buccaneers

FIFTH ROUND 120. Adrian Murrell, RB, West Virginia

New York Jets

SIXTH ROUND 157. Carlos Etheredge, TE, Miami

Indianapolis Colts

SEVENTH ROUND 192. Gino Torretta, QB, Miami

Minnesota Vikings

EIGHTH ROUND 207. Jesse Armstead, LB, Miami 216. Alex Van Pelt, QB, Pittsburgh

New York Giants Pittsburgh Steelers

SEVENTH ROUND 187 William Boatwright, G, Virginia Tech Philadelphia Eagles 191. Dave Moore, TE, Pittsburgh Miami Dolphins 194. Jim Gray, DT, West Virginia New England Patriots NINTH ROUND 235. Elnardo Webster, LB, Rutgers

Pittsburgh Steelers

TENTH ROUND 253. Steve Grant, LB, West Virginia 263. Anthony Hamlet, DE, Miami 265. George Rooks, NT, Syracuse

Indianapolis Colts Seattle Seahawks New York Giants

TWELFTH ROUND 312. Kelvin Harris, C, Miami 315. Carlos Huerta, PK, Miami 334. John Granby, DB, Virginia Tech

Los Angeles Rams San Diego Chargers Denver Broncos

YEAR-BY-YEAR SELECTIONS BY SCHOOL

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 TOTAL

BC CIN CONN LOU - 4 1 1 - 1 4 3 - 3 2 0 - 6 4 2 - 2 2 5 - 2 1 4 - 0 0 4 0 - 2 - 2 - - - 3 - - - 2 - - - 1 - - - 3 - - - - - 3 - 2 - - - 2 - - - 2 - - - 4 - - - 2 - - - 1 - - - 1 - - - 28 18 16 19

MIA - - - - - - - - 9 8 11 7 5 3 2 8 2 7 2 9 5 78

PITT 0 5 2 4 3 3 2 1 6 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 3 0 1 6 47

RU USF SU TEM VT WVU Total 1 0 2 - - 3 12 0 3 2 - - 4 22 3 5 2 - - 1 18 5 1 2 - - 3 27 2 2 0 - - 3 19 3 1 2 - - 0 16 0 0 4 - - 1 11 0 - 1 1 - 3 8 2 - 3 0 5 1 28 1 - 2 2 2 2 23 0 - 2 1 8 0 27 1 - 4 1 3 0 18 0 - 2 0 5 4 20 0 - 3 0 2 6 17 0 - 5 0 4 1 14 0 - 2 1 4 2 19 2 - 1 2 2 4 18 1 - 2 0 2 1 20 1 - 2 1 3 3 14 0 - 2 0 0 2 15 1 - 1 0 5 2 21 23 12 46 9 45 46 386

ROUND-BY-ROUND SELECTIONS BY SCHOOL

BC CIN CONN LOU MIA PITT RU USF SU TEM VT WVU Total First 29 6 6 0 1 2 3 2 8 0 5 3 65 Second 2 3 1 1 8 6 4 1 6 2 7 8 52 Third 2 1 1 3 6 4 3 3 5 0 4 8 40 Fourth 3 3 2 3 6 5 1 1 7 3 10 4 48 Fifth 5 3 2 6 7 6 2 1 7 1 5 5 50 Sixth 6 4 4 2 5 10 2 3 3 1 4 9 53 13 8 7 1 9 2 Seventh 4 4 2 2 9 8 69 1 Eighth 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Ninth 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Tenth 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 Eleventh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Twelfth 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 TOTAL 28 18 16 19 78 47 23 12 46 9 45 46 386 The NFL Draft consisted of seven rounds since 1994, eight rounds in 1993 and 12 rounds in 1992.

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BIG EAST SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS

The following BIG EAST alumni have captured Super Bowl Champion rings in the National Football League. Season(s) Player, Team School Pittsburgh 2011 Henry Hynoski, New York Giants Mathias Kiwanuka, New York Giants Boston College Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants USF Chris Snee, New York Giants Boston College Jacquian Williams, New York Giants USF Syracuse 2010 Anthony Smith, Green Bay Packers Brandon Underwod, Green Bay Packers Cincinnati 2009 Darnell Dinkins, New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh Jeremy Shockey, New Orleans Saints Miami Jonathan Vilma, New Orleans Saints Miami Virginia Tech Pierson Prioleau, New Orleans Saints 2008 William Gay, Pittsburgh Steelers Louisville Anthony Smith, Pittsburgh Steelers Syracuse Darnell Stapleton, Pittsburgh Steelers Rutgers 2007 Mathias Kiwanuka, New York Giants Boston College West Virginia Sinorice Moss, New York Giants Rutgers Shaun O’Hara, New York Giants Jeremy Shockey, New York Giants Miami Chris Snee, New York Giants Boston College Syracuse David Tyree, New York Giants 2006 Gary Brackett, Indianapolis Colts Rutgers Syracuse Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis Colts Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts Syracuse Ryan LaCasse, Indianapolis Colts Syracuse Syracuse Josh Thomas, Indianapolis Colts Raheem Brock, Indianapolis Colts Temple Temple Dan Klecko, Indianapolis Colts Mike McGann, Indianapolis Colts Temple Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts Miami Temple 2005 Rian Wallace, Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Logan, Pittsburgh Steelers West Virginia Boston College 2004, ‘03, ‘01 Damien Woody, New England Patriots 2003, ‘01 Mike Compton, New England Patriots West Virginia Mike Cloud, New England Patriots Boston College Dan Klecko, New England Patriots Temple Dan Koppen, New England Patriots Boston College Jeff Christy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pittsburgh 2002 Warren Sapp, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Miami Alshermond Singleton, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Temple Todd Washington, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Virginia Tech Nate Webster, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Miami Tebucky Jones, New England Patriots Syracuse 2001 Leonard Myers, New England Patriots Miami Chris Sullivan, New England Patriots Boston College 2000 Cornell Brown, Baltimore Ravens Virginia Tech Billy Davis, Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Qadry Ismail, Baltimore Ravens Syracuse Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens Miami Duane Starks, Baltimore Ravens Miami Kipp Vickers, Baltimore Ravens Miami 1999 Roland Williams, St. Louis Rams Syracuse 1998 K.C. Jones, Denver Broncos Miami 1998, ‘97 Vaughn Hebron, Denver Broncos Virginia Tech Tom Nalen, Denver Broncos Boston College 1997 Sir Mawn Wilson, Denver Broncos Syracuse 1996 Mark Chmura, Green Bay Packers Boston College Antonio Freeman, Green Bay Packers Virginia Tech 1995, ‘93 Darrin Smith, Dallas Cowboys Miami Ron Stone, Dallas Cowboys Boston College Kevin Williams, Dallas Cowboys Miami 1995 Billy Davis, Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh 1994 Tyronne Drakeford, San Francisco 49ers Virginia Tech Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco 49ers Syracuse

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A total of 48 former BIG EAST players have been named All-Pro in the NFL. 10 Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens Baltimore 9 Ruben Brown, Buffalo Bills/Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Miami 7 Warren Sapp, Tampa Bay Buccaneers/Oakland Raiders 7 Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis Colts Syracuse 5 Tom Nalen, Denver Broncos Boston College 5 Jessie Armstead, New York Giants/Washington Redskins Miami 5 Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens Miami Miami 4 Jeremy Shockey, New York Giants 4 Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts Syracuse 3 Mark Chmura, Green Bay Packers Boston College 3 Daniel “Bubba” Franks, Green Bay Packers/New York Jets Miami 3 Edgerrin James, Indianapolis Colts/Arizona Cardinals Miami Pittsburgh 3 Curtis Martin, New England Patriots/New York Jets 3 Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia Eagles Syracuse 3 Darrelle Revis, New York Jets Pittsburgh 3 Todd Sauerbrun, Chicago/Kansas City/Carolina/Denver/New England/ West Virginia Boston College 2 Stephen Boyd, Detroit Lions Boston College 2 Matt Hasselbeck, Green Bay Packers/Seattle Seahawks 2 Andre Johnson, Houston Texans Miami 2 Clinton Portis, Denver Broncos/Washington Redskins Miami Miami 2 Sean Taylor, Washington Redskins 2 Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts Miami Miami 2 Vince Wilfork, New England Patriots 2 Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals Pittsburgh 2 DeAngelo Hall, Atlanta Falcons/Oakland Raiders Virginia Tech Virginia Tech 2 Michael Vick, Atlanta Falcons 2 Marc Bulger, St. Louis Rams West Virginia 1 Ron Stone, Dallas/New York Giants/San Francisco/Oakland Boston College 1 Damien Woody, New England/Detroit/New York Jets Boston College 1 Tremain Mack, Cincinnati Bengals Miami 1 Ryan McNeil, Detroit/St. Louis/Cleveland/Dallas/San Diego/Denver/ Miami 1 Santana Moss, New York Jets/Washington Redskins Miami 1 Leon Searcy, Pittsburgh/Jacksonville/Baltimore/Miami Miami 1 Jonathan Vilma, New York Jets/New Orleans Saints Miami Pittsburgh 1 Jeff Christy, Minnesota Vikings/Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 Sean Gilbert, Los Angeles-St. Louis Rams/Washington/Carolina/Oakland/ Pittsburgh 1 LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh 1 Devin McCourty, New England Patriots Rutgers Rutgers 1 Shaun O’Hara, New York Giants 1 Keith Bulluck, Tennessee Titans Syracuse Syracuse 1 Olindo Mare, Miami/New Orleans/Seattle 1 Keith Mitchell, New Orleans/Houston/Jacksonville Syracuse 1 Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants USF 1 David Tyree, New York Giants Syracuse 1 Tre Johnson, Washington Redskins/Cleveland Browns Temple 1 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay Packers/Philadelphia Eagles Virginia Tech 1 Shayne Graham, Buffalo/Carolina/Cincinnati Virginia Tech 1 Mike Vanderjagt, Indianapolis Colts/Dallas Cowboys West Virginia

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ASSOCIATED PRESS POLLS 

1936 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

1937 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1938 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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Minnesota Louisiana State PITTSBURGH Alabama Washington Santa Clara Northwestern Notre Dame Nebraska Pennsylvania Duke Yale Dartmouth Duquesne Fordham Texas Christian Tennessee Arkansas Navy Marquette PITTSBURGH California Fordham Alabama Minnesota Villanova Dartmouth Louisiana State Notre Dame Santa Clara Nebraska Yale Ohio State Holy Cross Arkansas Texas Christian Colorado Rice North Carolina Duke Texas Christian Tennessee Duke Oklahoma Notre Dame Carnegie Mellon USC PITTSBURGH Holy Cross Minnesota Texas Tech Cornell Alabama California Fordham Michigan Northwestern Villanova Tulane Dartmouth

1939 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1940 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

1941 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1942

Texas A&M Tennessee USC Cornell Tulane Missouri UCLA Duke Iowa Duquesne Boston College Clemson Notre Dame Santa Clara Ohio State Georgia Tech Fordham Nebraska Oklahoma Michigan

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Minnesota Stanford Michigan Tennessee Boston College Texas A&M Northwestern Nebraska Mississippi State Washington Santa Clara Fordham Georgetown Pennsylvania Cornell SMU Hardin-Simmons Duke Lafayette

1943

Minnesota Duke Notre Dame Texas Michigan Fordham Missouri Duquesne Texas A&M Navy Northwestern Oregon State Ohio State Georgia Pennsylvania Mississippi State Mississippi Tennessee Washington State Alabama

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1944 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Ohio State Georgia Wisconsin Tulsa Georgia Tech Notre Dame Tennessee Boston College Michigan Alabama Texas Stanford UCLA William & Mary Santa Clara Auburn Washington State Mississippi State Holy Cross Minnesota Penn State Notre Dame Iowa Pre-Flight Michigan Navy Purdue Great Lakes Duke Del Monte P-F Northwestern March Field Army Washington Georgia Tech Texas Tulsa Dartmouth Bainbridge NTS Colorado College Pacific Pennsylvania Army Ohio State Randolph Field Navy Bainbridge NTS Iowa Pre-Flight USC Michigan Notre Dame March Field Duke Tennessee Georgia Tech Norman P-F Illinois El Toro Marines Great Lakes Fort Pierce St. Mary’s P-F 2nd Air Force

1945 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1946 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Army Alabama Navy Indiana Oklahoma State Michigan St. Mary’s (Calif.) Pennsylvania Notre Dame Texas USC Ohio State Duke Tennessee Louisiana State Holy Cross Tulsa Georgia Wake Forest Columbia Notre Dame Army Georgia UCLA Illinois Michigan Tennessee Louisiana State North Carolina Rice Georgia Tech Yale Pennsylvania Oklahoma Texas Arkansas Tulsa NC State Delaware Indiana

1947* 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Michigan SMU Penn State Texas Alabama Pennsylvania USC North Carolina Georgia Tech Army Kansas Mississippi William & Mary California Oklahoma NC State Rice Duke Columbia

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1948 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1949 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1950 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Michigan Notre Dame North Carolina California Oklahoma Army Northwestern Georgia Oregon SMU Clemson Vanderbilt Tulane Michigan State Mississippi Minnesota William & Mary Penn State Cornell Wake Forest Notre Dame Oklahoma California Army Rice Ohio State Michigan Minnesota Louisiana State Pacific Kentucky Cornell Villanova Maryland Santa Clara North Carolina Tennessee Princeton Michigan State Missouri Baylor Oklahoma Army Texas Tennessee California Princeton Kentucky Michigan State Michigan Clemson Washington Wyoming Illinois Ohio State Miami Alabama Nebraska Washington & Lee Tulsa Tulane

1951 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1952 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1953 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Tennessee Michigan State Maryland Illinois Georgia Tech Princeton Stanford Wisconsin Baylor Oklahoma Texas Christian California Virginia San Francisco Kentucky Boston University UCLA Washington State Holy Cross Clemson Michigan State Georgia Tech Notre Dame Oklahoma USC UCLA Mississippi Tennessee Alabama Texas Wisconsin Tulsa Maryland SYRACUSE Florida Duke Ohio State Purdue Princeton Kentucky Maryland Notre Dame Michigan State Oklahoma UCLA Rice Illinois Georgia Tech Iowa WEST VIRGINIA Texas Texas Tech Alabama Army Wisconsin Kentucky Auburn Duke Stanford Michigan


ASSOCIATED PRESS POLLS 

1954 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1955 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1956 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Ohio State UCLA Oklahoma Notre Dame Navy Mississippi Army Maryland Wisconsin Arkansas Miami WEST VIRGINIA Auburn Duke Michigan Virginia Tech USC Baylor Rice Penn State Oklahoma Michigan State Maryland UCLA Ohio State Texas Christian Georgia Tech Auburn Notre Dame Mississippi PITTSBURGH Michigan USC Miami Miami (Ohio) Stanford Texas A&M Navy WEST VIRGINIA Army Oklahoma Tennessee Iowa Georgia Tech Texas A&M Miami Michigan SYRACUSE Michigan State Oregon State Baylor Minnesota PITTSBURGH Texas Christian Ohio State Navy George Washington USC Clemson Colorado

1957 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1958 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1959 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Auburn Ohio State Michigan State Oklahoma Navy Iowa Mississippi Rice Texas A&M Notre Dame Texas Arizona State Tennessee Mississippi State NC State Duke Florida Army Wisconsin Virginia Military Louisiana State Iowa Army Auburn Oklahoma Air Force Wisconsin Ohio State SYRACUSE Texas Christian Mississippi Clemson Purdue Florida South Carolina California Notre Dame SMU Oklahoma State RUTGERS SYRACUSE Mississippi Louisiana State Texas Georgia Wisconsin Texas Christian Washington Arkansas Alabama Clemson Penn State Illinois USC Oklahoma Wyoming Notre Dame Missouri Florida PITTSBURGH

1960 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

1961 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 20.

1962 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1963 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Minnesota Mississippi Iowa Navy Missouri Washington Arkansas Ohio State Alabama Duke Kansas Baylor Auburn Yale Michigan State Penn State New Mexico State Florida Purdue SYRACUSE Alabama Ohio State Texas Louisiana State Mississippi Minnesota Colorado Michigan State Arkansas Utah State Missouri Purdue Georgia Tech SYRACUSE RUTGERS UCLA Arizona Penn State Rice Duke USC Wisconsin Mississippi Texas Alabama Arkansas Louisiana State Oklahoma Penn State Minnesota Texas Navy Illinois PITTSBURGH Auburn Nebraska Mississippi Alabama Oklahoma Michigan State

1964 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1965 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1966 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1967 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1968 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Alabama Arkansas Notre Dame Michigan Texas Nebraska Louisiana State Oregon State Ohio State USC Alabama Michigan State Arkansas UCLA Nebraska Missouri Tennessee Louisiana State Notre Dame USC Notre Dame Michigan State Alabama Georgia UCLA Nebraska Purdue Georgia Tech Miami SMU USC Tennessee Oklahoma Indiana Notre Dame Wyoming Oregon State Alabama Purdue Penn State Ohio State Penn State Texas USC Notre Dame Arkansas Kansas Georgia Missouri Purdue Oklahoma Michigan Tennessee SMU Oregon State Auburn Alabama Houston Louisiana State Ohio

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1969 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1970 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1971 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Texas Penn State USC Ohio State Notre Dame Missouri Arkansas Mississippi Michigan Louisiana State Nebraska Houston UCLA Florida Tennessee Colorado WEST VIRGINIA Purdue Stanford Auburn Nebraska Notre Dame Texas Tennessee Ohio State Arizona State Louisiana State Stanford Michigan Auburn Arkansas Toledo Georgia Tech Dartmouth USC Air Force Tulane Penn State Houston Mississippi Oklahoma Nebraska Oklahoma Colorado Alabama Penn State Michigan Georgia Arizona State Tennessee Stanford Louisiana State Auburn Notre Dame Toledo Mississippi Arkansas Houston Texas Washington USC

1972 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1973

USC Oklahoma Texas Nebraska Auburn Michigan Alabama Tennessee Ohio State Penn State Louisiana State North Carolina Arizona State Notre Dame UCLA Colorado NC State Louisville Washington State Georgia Tech

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Alabama Penn State Michigan Nebraska USC Arizona State Houston Texas Tech UCLA Louisiana State Texas Miami (Ohio) NC State Missouri Kansas Tennessee Maryland Tulane

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

Oklahoma USC Michigan Ohio State Alabama Notre Dame Penn State Auburn Nebraska Miami (Ohio) NC State Michigan State Maryland Baylor Florida Texas A&M Mississippi State Texas Houston Tennessee

1974

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1975 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1976 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1977 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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Oklahoma Arizona State Alabama Ohio State UCLA Texas Arkansas Michigan Nebraska Penn State Texas A&M Miami (Ohio) Maryland California PITTSBURGH Colorado USC Arizona Georgia WEST VIRGINIA PITTSBURGH USC Michigan Houston Oklahoma Ohio State Texas A&M Maryland Nebraska Georgia Alabama Notre Dame Texas Tech Oklahoma State UCLA Colorado RUTGERS Kentucky Iowa State Mississippi State Notre Dame Alabama Arkansas Texas Penn State Kentucky Oklahoma PITTSBURGH Michigan Washington Ohio State Nebraska USC Florida State Stanford San Diego State North Carolina Arizona State Clemson Brigham Young

1978 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1979 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1980 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Alabama USC Oklahoma Penn State Michigan Clemson Notre Dame Nebraska Texas Houston Arkansas Michigan State Purdue UCLA Missouri Georgia Stanford NC State Texas A&M Maryland Alabama USC Oklahoma Ohio State Houston Florida State PITTSBURGH Arkansas Nebraska Purdue Washington Texas Brigham Young Baylor North Carolina Auburn Temple Michigan Indiana Penn State Georgia PITTSBURGH Oklahoma Michigan Florida State Alabama Nebraska Penn State Notre Dame North Carolina USC Brigham Young UCLA Baylor Ohio State Washington Purdue Miami Mississippi State SMU

1981 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1982 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1983 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Clemson Texas Penn State PITTSBURGH SMU Georgia Alabama Miami North Carolina Washington Nebraska Michigan Brigham Young USC Ohio State Arizona State WEST VIRGINIA Iowa Missouri Oklahoma Penn State SMU Nebraska Georgia UCLA Arizona State Washington Clemson Arkansas PITTSBURGH Louisiana State Ohio State Florida State Auburn USC Oklahoma Texas North Carolina WEST VIRGINIA Maryland Miami Nebraska Auburn Georgia Texas Florida Brigham Young Michigan Ohio State Illinois Clemson SMU Air Force Iowa Alabama WEST VIRGINIA UCLA PITTSBURGH Boston College East Carolina

1984 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1986 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Brigham Young Washington Florida Nebraska Boston College Oklahoma Oklahoma State SMU UCLA USC South Carolina Maryland Ohio State Auburn Louisiana State Iowa Florida State Miami Kentucky Virginia Oklahoma Michigan Penn State Tennessee Florida Texas A&M UCLA Air Force Miami Iowa Nebraska Arkansas Alabama Ohio State Florida State Brigham Young Baylor Maryland Georgia Tech Louisiana State Penn State Miami Oklahoma Arizona State Nebraska Auburn Ohio State Michigan Alabama Louisiana State Arizona Baylor Texas A&M UCLA Arkansas Iowa Clemson Washington Boston College Virginia Tech

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1987 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Miami Florida State Oklahoma SYRACUSE Louisiana State Nebraska Auburn Michigan State UCLA Texas A&M Oklahoma State Clemson Georgia Tennessee South Carolina Iowa Notre Dame USC Michigan Arizona State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Miami Florida State Michigan WEST VIRGINIA UCLA USC Auburn Clemson Nebraska Oklahoma State Arkansas SYRACUSE Oklahoma Georgia Washington State Alabama Houston Louisiana State Indiana

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.

Miami Notre Dame Florida State Colorado Tennessee Auburn Michigan USC Alabama Illinois Nebraska Clemson Arkansas Houston Penn State Michigan State PITTSBURGH Virginia Texas Tech Texas A&M WEST VIRGINIA Brigham Young Washington Ohio State Arizona

1988

1989

1990 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.

1991 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.

Colorado Georgia Tech Miami Florida State Washington Notre Dame Michigan Tennessee Clemson Houston Penn State Texas Florida Louisville Texas A&M Michigan State Oklahoma Iowa Auburn USC Mississippi Brigham Young Virginia Nebraska Illinois MIAMI Washington Penn State Florida State Alabama Michigan Florida California East Carolina Iowa SYRACUSE Texas A&M Notre Dame Tennessee Nebraska Oklahoma Georgia Clemson UCLA Colorado Tulsa Stanford Brigham Young NC State Air Force


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1992

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.

1993 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.

Alabama Florida State MIAMI Notre Dame Michigan SYRACUSE Texas A&M Georgia Stanford Florida Washington Tennessee Colorado Nebraska Washington State Mississippi NC State Ohio State North Carolina Hawaii BOSTON COLLEGE Kansas Mississippi State Fresno State Wake Forest Florida State Notre Dame Nebraska Auburn Florida Wisconsin WEST VIRGINIA Penn State Texas A&M Arizona Ohio State Tennessee BOSTON COLLEGE Alabama MIAMI Colorado Oklahoma UCLA North Carolina Kansas State Michigan VIRGINIA TECH Clemson LOUISVILLE California

1994 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.

1995 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.

Nebraska Penn State Colorado Florida State Alabama MIAMI Florida Texas A&M Auburn Utah Oregon Michigan USC Ohio State Virginia Colorado State NC State Brigham Young Kansas State Arizona Washington State Tennessee BOSTON COLLEGE Mississippi State Texas Nebraska Florida Tennessee Florida State Colorado Ohio State Kansas State Northwestern Kansas VIRGINIA TECH Notre Dame USC Penn State Texas Texas A&M Virginia Michigan Oregon SYRACUSE MIAMI Alabama Auburn Texas Tech Toledo Iowa

1996

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.

1997

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.

Florida Ohio State Florida State Arizona State Brigham Young Nebraska Penn State Colorado Tennessee North Carolina Alabama Louisiana State VIRGINIA TECH MIAMI Northwestern Washington Kansas State Iowa Notre Dame Michigan SYRACUSE Wyoming Texas Auburn Army Michigan Nebraska Florida State Florida UCLA North Carolina Tennessee Kansas State Washington State Georgia Auburn Ohio State Louisiana State Arizona State Purdue Penn State Colorado State Washington Southern Miss Texas A&M SYRACUSE Mississippi Missouri Oklahoma State Georgia Tech

1998 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 5. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1999 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.

Tennessee Ohio State Florida State Arizona Florida Wisconsin Tulane UCLA Georgia Tech Kansas State Texas A&M Michigan Air Force Georgia Texas Arkansas Penn State Virginia Nebraska MIAMI Missouri Notre Dame VIRGINIA TECH Purdue SYRACUSE Florida State VIRGINIA TECH Nebraska Wisconsin Michigan Kansas State Michigan State Alabama Tennessee Marshall Penn State Florida Mississippi State Southern Miss MIAMI Georgia Arkansas Minnesota Oregon Georgia Tech Texas Mississippi Texas A&M Illinois Purdue

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2000

2002

1. Oklahoma 2. MIAMI 3. Washington 4. Oregon State 5. Florida State 6. VIRGINIA TECH 7. Oregon 8. Nebraska 9. Kansas State 10. Florida 11. Michigan 12. Texas 13. Purdue 14. Colorado State 15. Notre Dame 16. Clemson 17. Georgia Tech 18. Auburn 19. South Carolina 20. Georgia 21. Texas Christian 22. Louisiana State 23. Wisconsin 24. Mississippi State 25. Iowa State

1. Ohio State 2. MIAMI 3. Georgia 4. USC 5. Oklahoma 6. Texas 7. Kansas State 8. Iowa 9. Michigan 10. Washington State 11. Alabama 12. NC State 13. Maryland 14. Auburn 15. Boise State 16. Penn State 17. Notre Dame 18. VIRGINIA TECH 19. PITTSBURGH 20. Colorado 21. Florida State 22. Virginia 23. Texas Christian 24. Marshall 25. WEST VIRGINIA

1. MIAMI 2. Oregon 3. Florida 4. Tennessee 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma 7. Louisiana State 8. Nebraska 9. Colorado 10. Washington State 11. Maryland 12. Illinois 13. South Carolina 14. SYRACUSE 15. Florida State 16. Stanford 17. LOUISVILLE 18. VIRGINIA TECH 19. Washington 20. Michigan 21. BOSTON COLLEGE 22. Georgia 23. Toledo 24. Georgia Tech 25. Brigham Young

1. USC 2. Louisiana State 3. Oklahoma 4. Ohio State 5. MIAMI 6. Michigan 7. Georgia 8. Iowa 9. Washington State 10. Miami (Ohio) 11. Florida State 12. Texas 13. Mississippi 14. Kansas State 15. Tennessee 16. Boise State 17. Maryland 18. Purdue 19. Nebraska 20. Minnesota 21. Utah 22. Clemson 23. Bowling Green 24. Florida 25. Texas Christian

2001

2003

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2004

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.

USC Auburn Oklahoma Utah Texas Louisville Georgia Iowa California Virginia Tech Miami (Fla.) Boise State Tennessee Michigan Florida State LSU Wisconsin Texas Tech Arizona State Ohio State Boston College Fresno State Virginia Navy PITTSBURGH

2005 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Texas USC Penn State Ohio State WEST VIRGINIA LSU Virginia Tech Alabama Notre Dame Georgia TCU Florida Oregon Auburn Wisconsin UCLA Miami Boston College LOUISVILLE Texas Tech Clemson Oklahoma Florida State Nebraska California

2006

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.

Florida Ohio State LSU USC Boise State LOUISVILLE Wisconsin Michigan Auburn WEST VIRGINIA Oklahoma RUTGERS Texas California Arkansas Brigham Young Notre Dame Wake Forest Virginia Tech Boston College Oregon State TCU Georgia Penn State Tennessee

2007 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Louisiana State Georgia USC Missouri Ohio State WEST VIRGINIA Kansas Oklahoma Virginia Tech Texas Boston College Tennessee Florida Brigham Young Auburn Arizona State CINCINNATI Michigan Hawaii Illinois Clemson Texas Tech Oregon Wisconsin Oregon State

2008

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.

2009

Florida Utah USC Texas Oklahoma Alabama TCU Penn State Ohio State Oregon Boise State Texas Tech Georgia Mississippi Virginia Tech Oklahoma State CINCINNATI Oregon State Missouri Iowa Florida State Georgia Tech WEST VIRGINIA Michigan State Brigham Young

1. Alabama 2. Texas 3. Florida 4. Boise State 5. Ohio State 6. TCU 7. Iowa 8. CINCINNATI 9. Penn State 10. Virginia Tech 11. Oregon 12. Brigham Young 13. Georgia Tech 14. Nebraska 15. PITTSBURGH 16. Wisconsin 17. LSU 18. Utah 19. Miami 20. Mississippi 21. Texas Tech 22. USC 23. Central Michigan 24. Clemson 25. WEST VIRGINIA

2010

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.

2011

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.

Auburn TCU Oregon Stanford Ohio State Oklahoma Wisconsin LSU Boise State Alabama Nevada Arkansas Oklahoma State Michigan State Mississippi State Virginia Tech Florida State Missouri Texas A&M Nebraska Central Florida South Carolina Maryland Tulsa NC State Alabama LSU Oklahoma State Oregon Arkansas USC Stanford Boise State South Carolina Wisconsin Michigan State Michigan Baylor TCU Kansas State Oklahoma WEST VIRGINIA Houston Georgia Southern Miss Virginia Tech Clemson Florida State Nebraska CINCINNATI

*On January 6, 1948, in a special postseason poll after the Rose Bowl, the Associated Press voted Michigan No. 1 and Notre Dame No. 2. However, the postseason poll did not supersede the final regular-season poll of December 6, 1947

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1950 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Oklahoma Texas Tennessee California Army Michigan Kentucky Princeton Michigan State Ohio State Illinois Clemson Miami Wyoming Baylor Washington Alabama Washington & Lee Navy Cornell Nebraska Wisconsin

1951

1. Tennessee 2. Michigan State 3. Illinois 4. Maryland 5. Georgia Tech 6. Princeton 7. Stanford 8. Wisconsin 9. Baylor 10. Texas Christian 11. Oklahoma 12. California 13. Notre Dame 14. Purdue San Francisco Washington State 17. Holy Cross Kentucky UCLA 20. Kansas

1952 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19.

Michigan State Georgia Tech Notre Dame Oklahoma USC UCLA Mississippi Tennessee Alabama Wisconsin Texas Purdue Maryland Princeton Ohio State PITTSBURGH Navy Duke Houston Kentucky

1953 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1954

Maryland Notre Dame Michigan State UCLA Oklahoma Rice Illinois Texas Georgia Tech Iowa Alabama Texas Tech WEST VIRGINIA Wisconsin Kentucky Army Stanford Duke Michigan Ohio State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

UCLA Ohio State Oklahoma Notre Dame Navy Mississippi Army Arkansas Miami Wisconsin Georgia Tech Maryland USC Duke Michigan Penn State SMU Denver Rice Baylor

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Oklahoma Michigan State Maryland UCLA Ohio State Texas Christian Georgia Tech Auburn Mississippi Notre Dame PITTSBURGH USC Michigan Texas A&M Army Duke WEST VIRGINIA Miami Iowa Miami (Ohio) Navy Stanford

1955

1956 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1957

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 20.

1958 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Oklahoma Tennessee Iowa Georgia Tech Texas A&M Miami Michigan SYRACUSE Minnesota Michigan State Baylor PITTSBURGH Oregon State Texas Christian USC Wyoming Yale Colorado Navy Duke Ohio State Auburn Michigan State Oklahoma Iowa Navy Rice Mississippi Notre Dame Texas A&M Texas Arizona State Army Duke Wisconsin Tennessee Oregon Clemson UCLA NC State Louisiana State Iowa Army Auburn Oklahoma Wisconsin Ohio State Air Force Texas Christian SYRACUSE Purdue Mississippi Clemson Notre Dame Florida California Northwestern SMU

1959 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19.

1960 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

SYRACUSE Mississippi Louisiana State Texas Georgia Wisconsin Washington Texas Christian Arkansas Penn State Illinois USC Alabama PITTSBURGH Oklahoma Michigan State Northwestern Wyoming Auburn Missouri Minnesota Iowa Mississippi Missouri Wisconsin Navy Arkansas Ohio State Kansas Alabama Baylor Duke Michigan State Auburn Purdue Florida Texas Yale New Mexico State Tennessee

1961

1. Alabama 2. Ohio State 3. Louisiana State 4. Texas 5. Mississippi 6. Minnesota 7. Colorado 8. Arkansas 9. Michigan State 10. Utah State 11. Purdue Missouri 13. Georgia Tech 14. Duke 15. Kansas 16. SYRACUSE 17. Wyoming 18. Wisconsin 19. Miami Penn State

1962 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 18.

1963 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 19. 20.

1964 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 18. 20.

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USC Wisconsin Mississippi Texas Alabama Arkansas Oklahoma Louisiana State Penn State Minnesota Georgia Tech Missouri Ohio State Duke Washington Northwestern Oregon State Arizona State Illinois Miami Texas Navy PITTSBURGH Illinois Nebraska Auburn Mississippi Oklahoma Alabama Michigan State Mississippi State SYRACUSE Arizona State Memphis Washington Missouri Penn State USC North Carolina Baylor Alabama Arkansas Notre Dame Michigan Texas Nebraska Louisiana State Oregon State Ohio State USC Florida State SYRACUSE Princeton Penn State Utah Illinois New Mexico Missouri Tulsa Michigan State Mississippi

1965 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1966 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20

1967 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Michigan State Arkansas Nebraska Alabama UCLA Missouri Tennessee Notre Dame USC Texas Tech Ohio State Florida Purdue Louisiana State Georgia Tulsa Mississippi Kentucky SYRACUSE Colorado Notre Dame Michigan State Alabama Georgia UCLA Purdue Nebraska Georgia Tech SMU Miami Florida Mississippi Arkansas Tennessee Wyoming SYRACUSE Houston USC Oregon State Virginia Tech USC Tennessee Oklahoma Notre Dame Wyoming Indiana Alabama Oregon State Purdue UCLA Penn State SYRACUSE Colorado Minnesota Florida State Miami NC State Georgia Houston Arizona State

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UPI FINAL POLLS 

1968 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

1969 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

1970 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 19.

Ohio State USC Penn State Georgia Texas Kansas Tennessee Notre Dame Arkansas Oklahoma Purdue Alabama Oregon State Florida State Michigan SMU Missouri Ohio Minnesota Houston Stanford Texas Penn State Arkansas USC Ohio State Missouri Louisiana State Michigan Notre Dame UCLA Tennessee Nebraska Mississippi Stanford Auburn Houston Florida Purdue San Diego State WEST VIRGINIA Texas Ohio State Nebraska Tennessee Notre Dame Louisiana State Michigan Arizona State Auburn Stanford Air Force Arkansas Houston Dartmouth Oklahoma Colorado Georgia Tech Toledo Penn State USC

1971 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Nebraska Alabama Oklahoma Michigan Auburn Arizona State Colorado Georgia Tennessee Louisiana State Penn State Texas Toledo Houston Notre Dame Stanford Iowa State North Carolina Florida State Arkansas Mississippi

1972

1. USC 2. Oklahoma 3. Ohio State 4. Alabama 5. Texas 6. Michigan 7. Auburn 8. Penn State 9. Nebraska 10. Louisiana State 11. Tennessee 12. Notre Dame 13. Arizona State 14. Colorado North Carolina 16. Louisville 17. UCLA Washington State 19. Utah State 20. San Diego State

1973 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19.

Alabama Oklahoma Ohio State Notre Dame Penn State Michigan USC Texas UCLA Arizona State Nebraska Texas Tech Houston Louisiana State Kansas Tulane Miami (Ohio) Maryland Florida San Diego State

1974 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19.

1975 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 19.

1976 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

USC Alabama Ohio State Notre Dame Michigan Auburn Penn State Nebraska NC State Miami (Ohio) Houston Florida Maryland Baylor Texas A&M Tennessee Mississippi State Michigan State Tulsa

1977 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19.

Oklahoma Arizona State Alabama Ohio State UCLA Arkansas Texas Michigan Nebraska Penn State Maryland Texas A&M Arizona PITTSBURGH California Miami (Ohio) Notre Dame WEST VIRGINIA Georgia USC

1978

PITTSBURGH USC Michigan Houston Ohio State Oklahoma Nebraska Texas A&M Alabama Georgia Maryland Notre Dame Texas Tech Oklahoma State UCLA Colorado RUTGERS Iowa State Baylor Kentucky

1979

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Alabama Arkansas Penn State Texas Oklahoma PITTSBURGH Michigan Washington Nebraska Florida State Ohio State USC North Carolina Stanford North Texas Brigham Young Arizona State NC State San Diego State USC Alabama Oklahoma Penn State Michigan Notre Dame Clemson Nebraska Texas Arkansas Houston UCLA Purdue Missouri Georgia Stanford Navy Texas A&M Arizona State NC State Alabama USC Oklahoma Ohio State Houston PITTSBURGH Nebraska Florida State Arkansas Purdue Washington Brigham Young Texas North Carolina Baylor Indiana Temple Penn State Michigan Missouri

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1981 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1982 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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Georgia PITTSBURGH Oklahoma Michigan Florida State Alabama Nebraska Penn State North Carolina Notre Dame Brigham Young USC Baylor UCLA Ohio State Purdue Washington Miami Florida SMU Clemson PITTSBURGH Penn State Texas Georgia Alabama Washington North Carolina Nebraska Michigan Brigham Young Ohio State USC Oklahoma Iowa Arkansas Mississippi State WEST VIRGINIA Southern Miss Missouri Penn State SMU Nebraska Georgia UCLA Arizona State Washington Arkansas PITTSBURGH Florida State Louisiana State Ohio State North Carolina Auburn Michigan Oklahoma Alabama Texas WEST VIRGINIA Maryland

1983 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1984 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Miami Nebraska Auburn Georgia Texas Florida Brigham Young Ohio State Michigan Illinois SMU Alabama UCLA Iowa Air Force WEST VIRGINIA Penn State Oklahoma State PITTSBURGH Boston College Brigham Young Washington Nebraska Boston College Oklahoma State Oklahoma Florida SMU USC UCLA Maryland Ohio State South Carolina Auburn Iowa Louisiana State Virginia WEST VIRGINIA Kentucky Florida State Oklahoma Michigan Penn State Tennessee Air Force UCLA Texas A&M Miami Iowa Nebraska Ohio State Arkansas Florida State Alabama Baylor Fresno State Brigham Young Georgia Tech Maryland Louisiana State


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1986 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Penn State Miami Oklahoma Nebraska Arizona State Ohio State Michigan Auburn Alabama Arizona Louisiana State Texas A&M Baylor UCLA Iowa Arkansas Washington BOSTON COLLEGE Clemson Florida State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Miami Florida State Oklahoma SYRACUSE Louisiana State Nebraska Auburn Michigan State Texas A&M Clemson UCLA Oklahoma State Tennessee Georgia South Carolina Iowa USC Michigan Texas Indiana

1987

1988 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Miami Florida State Michigan WEST VIRGINIA UCLA Auburn Clemson USC Nebraska Oklahoma State SYRACUSE Arkansas Oklahoma Georgia Washington State Alabama NC State Indiana Wyoming

1989 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 20.

1990 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1991 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Miami Florida State Notre Dame Colorado Tennessee Auburn Alabama Michigan USC Illinois Clemson Nebraska Arkansas Penn State Virginia Texas Tech Michigan State Brigham Young PITTSBURGH Washington Georgia Tech Colorado Miami Florida State Washington Notre Dame Tennessee Michigan Clemson Penn State Texas Louisville Texas A&M Michigan State Virginia Iowa Brigham Young Nebraska Auburn San Jose State SYRACUSE USC Mississippi Illinois Virginia Tech Washington MIAMI Penn State Florida State Alabama Michigan Florida California East Carolina Iowa SYRACUSE Notre Dame Texas A&M Tennessee Nebraska Oklahoma Clemson Colorado UCLA Georgia Tulsa Stanford

23. NC State 24. Brigham Young 25. Ohio State

1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. State 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1993

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.

1994 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Alabama Florida State MIAMI Notre Dame Michigan SYRACUSE Texas A&M Georgia Stanford Florida Washington Tennessee Colorado Nebraska Washington

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

USC Colorado State Virginia Kansas State NC State Tennessee Washington State Arizona North Carolina BOSTON COLLEGE Texas VIRGINIA TECH Mississippi State

Mississippi NC State North Carolina Ohio State Hawaii BOSTON COLLEGE Kansas Fresno State Penn State Mississippi State Florida State Notre Dame Nebraska Florida Wisconsin Penn State WEST VIRGINIA Arizona Texas A&M Ohio State Tennessee BOSTON COLLEGE Alabama MIAMI Oklahoma UCLA Colorado Michigan Kansas State North Carolina VIRGINIA TECH Louisville Clemson California USC Nebraska Penn State Colorado Florida State Alabama MIAMI Florida Utah Michigan Ohio State Oregon Brigham Young

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1982 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.

1983

Penn State SMU Nebraska Georgia UCLA Arizona State PITTSBURGH Arkansas Clemson Washington Louisiana State Florida State Ohio State USC Oklahoma Auburn WEST VIRGINIA Maryland North Carolina Texas Michigan Alabama Tulsa Iowa Florida

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.

Miami Auburn Nebraska Georgia Texas Brigham Young Michigan Ohio State Florida Clemson Illinois SMU Alabama Air Force WEST VIRGINIA Iowa Tennessee UCLA PITTSBURGH Penn State Oklahoma Boston College Oklahoma State Maryland East Carolina

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

Brigham Young Washington Florida Nebraska Oklahoma Boston College Oklahoma State SMU Maryland South Carolina USC

1984

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1985 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.

1986 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.

1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

UCLA Louisiana State Ohio State Auburn Miami Florida State Virginia Kentucky Iowa WEST VIRGINIA Army Georgia Air Force Notre Dame Oklahoma Penn State Michigan Tennessee Florida Miami Air Force Texas A&M UCLA Iowa Nebraska Alabama Ohio State Florida State Arkansas Brigham Young Maryland Georgia Tech Baylor Auburn Louisiana State Army Fresno State Georgia Oklahoma State Penn State Miami Oklahoma Nebraska Arizona State Ohio State Auburn Michigan Alabama Louisiana State Arizona Texas A&M UCLA Baylor Boston College Iowa Arkansas Clemson Washington Virginia Tech Florida State Stanford Georgia NC State San Diego State Miami Florida State Oklahoma SYRACUSE Nebraska Louisiana State

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

1988 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.

1989 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.

1990

Auburn Michigan State Texas A&M UCLA Clemson Oklahoma State Georgia Tennessee Iowa Notre Dame USC South Carolina Michigan Texas PITTSBURGH Indiana Penn State Ohio State Alabama Notre Dame Miami Florida State UCLA Michigan WEST VIRGINIA USC Nebraska Auburn Clemson Oklahoma State SYRACUSE Oklahoma Arkansas Washington State Georgia Alabama NC State Houston Indiana Wyoming Louisiana State Colorado Southern Miss Brigham Young Miami Notre Dame Florida State Colorado Tennessee Auburn USC Michigan Alabama Illinois Nebraska Clemson Arkansas Houston Penn State Virginia Michigan State Texas Tech PITTSBURGH Texas A&M WEST VIRGINIA Brigham Young SYRACUSE Ohio State Washington

1. Colorado

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1991 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.

1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Georgia Tech Miami Florida State Washington Notre Dame Tennessee Michigan Clemson Texas Penn State Houston Florida Louisville Michigan State Texas A&M Oklahoma Iowa Auburn Brigham Young Mississippi USC Nebraska Illinois Virginia Washington MIAMI Penn State Florida State Alabama Michigan California Florida East Carolina Iowa SYRACUSE Notre Dame Texas A&M Oklahoma Tennessee Nebraska Clemson UCLA Georgia Colorado Tulsa Stanford Brigham Young Air Force NC State Alabama Florida State MIAMI Notre Dame Michigan Texas A&M SYRACUSE Georgia Stanford Washington Florida Tennessee Colorado Nebraska NC State Mississippi Washington State North Carolina Ohio State Hawaii BOSTON COLLEGE Fresno State Kansas

24. Penn State 25. Wake Forest

1993

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.

1994 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.

1995

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Florida State Notre Dame Nebraska Florida Wisconsin WEST VIRGINIA Penn State Texas A&M Arizona Ohio State Tennessee BOSTON COLLEGE Alabama Oklahoma MIAMI Colorado UCLA Kansas State Michigan VIRGINIA TECH North Carolina Clemson Louisville California USC Nebraska Penn State Colorado Alabama Florida State MIAMI Florida Utah Ohio State Brigham Young Oregon Michigan Virginia Colorado State USC Kansas State NC State Tennessee Washington Arizona North Carolina BOSTON COLLEGE Texas VIRGINIA TECH Mississippi State Nebraska Tennessee Florida Colorado Florida State Kansas State Northwestern Ohio State VIRGINIA TECH Kansas USC Penn State Notre Dame Texas Texas A&M SYRACUSE Virginia Oregon

19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Michigan Texas Tech Auburn Iowa East Carolina Toledo Louisiana State

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.

Florida Ohio State Florida State Arizona State Brigham Young Nebraska Penn State Colorado Tennessee North Carolina Alabama VIRGINIA TECH Louisiana State MIAMI Washington Northwestern Kansas State Iowa SYRACUSE Michigan Notre Dame Wyoming Texas Army Auburn

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.

Nebraska Michigan Florida State North Carolina UCLA Florida Kansas State Tennessee Washington State Georgia Auburn Ohio State Louisiana State Arizona State Purdue Colorado State Penn State Washington Southern Miss SYRACUSE Texas A&M Mississippi Missouri Oklahoma State Air Force

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Tennessee Ohio State Florida State Arizona Wisconsin Florida Tulane UCLA Kansas State Air Force Georgia Tech Michigan Texas A&M Georgia

1996

1997

1998

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15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Penn State Texas Arkansas Virginia VIRGINIA TECH Nebraska MIAMI Notre Dame Purdue SYRACUSE Missouri

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.

Florida State Nebraska VIRGINIA TECH Wisconsin Michigan Kansas State Michigan State Alabama Tennessee Marshall Penn State Mississippi State Southern Miss Florida MIAMI Georgia Minnesota Oregon Arkansas Texas A&M Georgia Tech Mississippi Texas Stanford Illinois

1999

2000

1. Oklahoma 2. MIAMI 3. Washington 4. Florida State 5. Oregon State 6. VIRGINIA TECH 7. Nebraska 8. Kansas State 9. Oregon 10. Michigan 11. Florida 12. Texas 13. Purdue 14. Clemson 15. Colorado State 16. Notre Dame 17. Georgia 18. Texas Christian 19. Georgia Tech 20. Auburn 21. South Carolina 22. Mississippi State 23. Iowa State 24. Wisconsin 25. Tennessee

2001

1. MIAMI 2. Oregon 3. Florida 4. Tennessee 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma 7. Nebraska 8. Louisiana State 9. Colorado

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Maryland Washington State Illinois South Carolina SYRACUSE Florida State Louisville Stanford VIRGINIA TECH Washington Michigan Marshall Toledo BOSTON COLLEGE Brigham Young Georgia Tech

2002

1. Ohio State 2. MIAMI 3. Georgia 4. USC 5. Oklahoma 6. Kansas State 7. Texas 8. Iowa 9. Michigan 10. Washington State 11. NC State 12. Boise State 13. Maryland 14. VIRGINIA TECH 15. Penn State 16. Auburn 17. Notre Dame 18. PITTSBURGH 19. Marshall 20. WEST VIRGINIA 21. Colorado 22. Texas Christian 23. Florida State 24. Florida 25. Virginia

2003

1. Louisiana State 2. USC 3. Oklahoma 4. Ohio State 5. MIAMI 6. Georgia 7. Michigan 8. Iowa 9. Washington State 10. Florida State 11. Texas 12. Miami (Ohio) 13. Kansas State 14. Mississippi 15. Boise State 16. Tennessee 17. Minnesota 18. Nebraska 19. Purdue 20. Maryland 21. Utah 22. Clemson 23. Bowling Green 24. Texas Christian 25. Florida


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2004

2006

1. USC 2. Auburn 3. Oklahoma 4. Texas 5. Utah 6. Georgia 7. LOUISVILLE 8. Iowa 9. California 10. Virginia Tech 11. Miami 12. Michigan 13. Boise State 14. Florida State 15. Tennessee 16. Louisiana State 17. Texas Tech 18. Wisconsin 19. Ohio State 20. Arizona State 21. BOSTON COLLEGE 22. Fresno State 23. Virginia 24. Navy 25. Florida

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.

2005

2007

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.

Texas USC Penn State Ohio State Louisiana State WEST VIRGINIA Virginia Tech Alabama Texas Christian Georgia Notre Dame Oregon UCLA Auburn Wisconsin Florida Boston College Miami Texas Tech LOUISVILLE Clemson Oklahoma Florida State Nebraska California

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.

Florida Ohio State Louisiana State USC Wisconsin Boise State LOUISVILLE Auburn Michigan WEST VIRGINIA Oklahoma RUTGERS Texas California Brigham Young Arkansas Wake Forest Virginia Tech Notre Dame Boston College Texas Christian Oregon State Tennessee Hawaii Penn State Louisiana State USC Georgia Ohio State Missouri WEST VIRGINIA Kansas Oklahoma Virginia Tech Texas Boston College Tennessee Arizona State Auburn Brigham Young Florida Hawaii Illinois Michigan CINCINNATI Wisconsin Clemson Texas Tech Oregon Penn State

2008

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.

2009

Florida USC Texas Utah Oklahoma Alabama Texas Christian Penn State Oregon Georgia Ohio State Texas Tech Boise State Virginia Tech Mississippi Missouri CINCINNATI Oklahoma St. Oregon State Iowa Brigham Young Georgia Tech Florida State Michigan State California

1. Alabama 2. Texas 3. Florida 4. Boise State 5. Ohio State 6. TCU 7. Iowa 8. Penn State 9. CINCINNATI 10. Virginia Tech 11. Oregon 12. Brigham Young 13. Georgia Tech 14. Nebraska 15. PITTSBURGH 16. Wisconsin 17. LSU 18. Utah 19. Miami 20. USC 21. Mississippi 22. WEST VIRGINIA 23. Texas Tech 24. Central Michigan 25. Oklahoma State

2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

2011

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.

Auburn TCU Oregon Stanford Ohio State Oklahoma Boise State LSU Wisconsin Oklahoma State Alabama Arkansas Nevada Michigan State Virginia Tech Florida State Mississippi State Missouri Nebraska Central Florida Texas A&M South Carolina Utah Maryland North Carolina State Alabama LSU Oklahoma State Oregon Arkansas Boise State Stanford South Carolina Michigan Michigan State Wisconsin Baylor TCU Houston Oklahoma Kansas State Virginia Tech WEST VIRGINIA Southern Miss Georgia CINCINNATI Clemson Florida State Nebraska Brigham Young

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2002

Dec. 8 Miami Dec. 1 Miami Nov. 24 Miami Nov. 17 Miami Nov. 10 Miami Oct. 27 Miami Oct. 20 Miami Oct. 13 Miami Oct. 6 Miami Sept. 29 Miami Sept. 22 Miami Sept. 15 Miami Sept. 8 Miami Sept. 2 Miami Aug. 26 Miami Preseason Miami

2001

Jan. 4 Dec. 9 Dec. 2 Nov. 25 Nov. 18 Nov. 11 Nov. 4 Oct. 28 Oct. 21 Oct. 14 Sept. 30 Sept. 23 Sept. 9 Sept. 2

Miami# Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami

1992

Dec. 8 Miami Dec. 1 Miami Nov. 24 Miami Nov. 17 Miami Nov. 10 Miami Oct. 27 Miami Oct. 20 Miami (t) Sept. 22 Miami Sept. 15 Miami Sept. 8 Miami Preseason Miami

1991

Jan 2. Dec. 2 Nov. 25 Nov. 18

Miami# Miami Miami Miami

PRE-BIG EAST NO. 1 RANKINGS

PITTSBURGH 1982 (Sept. 7, Oct. 26, Nov. 2) 1981 (Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24) 1976 (Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30, Jan. 5, 1977*) 1939 (Oct. 17) 1938 (Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1) 1937 (Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30#) SYRACUSE 1960 (Oct. 4) 1959 (Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8*) * National Champion

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NO. 1 VS. NO. 2

The No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the Associated Press poll (begun in 1936) have faced each other 47 times (25 in regular-season games and 22 in bowl games). The No. 1 team has won 26, with two games ending in ties. DATE RESULT STADIUM/SITE 1-9-12 No. 2 Alabama 21, No. 1 LSU 0 (BCS Title) Mercedez-Benz Superdome/New Orleans 11-5-11 No. 2 LSU 9, No. 1 Alabama 6 ot Bryant-Denny Stadium/Tuscaloosa 1-10-11 No. 1 Auburn 22, No. 2 Oregon 19 (BCS Title) University of Phoenix/Glendale 1-7-10 No. 1 Alabama 37, No. 2 Texas 21 (BCS Title) Rose Bowl/Pasadena 12-5-09 No. 2 Alabama 32, No. 1 Florida 13 (SEC Championship) Georgia Dome/Atlanta 1-8-09 No. 1 Florida 24, No. 2 Oklahoma 14 (BCS Title) Dolphin Stadium/Miami 12-6-08 No. 2 Florida 31, No. 1 Alabama 20 (SEC Championship) Georgia Dome/Atlanta 1-7-08 No. 2 LSU 38, No. 1 Ohio State 24 (BCS Title) Superdome/New Orleans 1-8-07 No. 2 Florida 41, No. 1 Ohio State 14 (BCS Title) University of Phoenix/Glendale 11-18-06 No. 1 Ohio State 42, No. 2 Michigan 39 Ohio/Columbus 9-9-06 No. 1 Ohio State 24, No. 2 Texas 7 Royal-Texas Memorial/Austin 1-4-06 No. 2 Texas 41, No. 1 USC 38 (Rose) Rose Bowl/Pasadena 1-4-05 No. 1 USC 55, No. 2 Oklahoma 19 (Orange) Orange Bowl/Miami 1-3-03 No. 2 Ohio State 31, No. 1 MIAMI 24, 2ot (Fiesta) Sun Devil/Tempe 1-4-99 No. 1 Florida State 46, No. 2 VIRGINIA TECH 29 (Sugar) Superdome/New Orleans 1-4-98 No. 1 Tennessee 23, No. 2 Florida State 16 (Fiesta) Sun Devil/Tempe 11-30-96 No. 2 Florida State 24, No. 1 Florida 21 Doak Campbell/Tallahassee 1-2-96 No. 1 Nebraska 62, No. 2 Florida 24 (Fiesta) Sun Devil/Tempe 1-1-94 No. 1 Florida State 18, No. 2 Nebraska 16 (Orange) Orange Bowl/Miami 11-13-93 No. 2 Notre Dame 31, No. 1 Florida State 24 Notre Dame/South Bend 1-1-93 No. 2 Alabama 34, No. 1 MIAMI 13 (Sugar) Superdome/New Orleans 11-16-91 No. 2 MIAMI 17, No. 1 Florida State 16 Doak Campbell/Tallahassee 9-16-89 No. 1 Notre Dame 24, No. 2 Michigan 19 Michigan/Ann Arbor 11-26-88 No. 1 Notre Dame 27, No. 2 USC 10 Coliseum/Los Angeles 1-1-88 No. 2 Miami 20, No. 1 Oklahoma 14 (Orange) Orange Bowl/Miami 11-21-87 No. 2 Oklahoma 17, No. 1 Nebraska 7 Memorial/Lincoln 1-2-87 No. 2 Penn State 14, No. 1 Miami 10 (Fiesta) Sun Devil/Tempe 9-27-86 No. 2 Miami 28, No. 1 Oklahoma 16 Orange Bowl/Miami 10-19-85 No. 1 Iowa 12, No. 2 Michigan 10 Kinnick/Iowa City 1-1-83 No. 2 Penn State 27, No. 1 Georgia 23 (Sugar) Sugar Bowl/New Orleans 9-26-81 No. 1 USC 28, No. 2 Oklahoma 24 Coliseum/Los Angeles 1-1-79 No. 2 Alabama 14, No. 1 Penn State 7 (Sugar) Sugar Bowl/New Orleans 1-1-72 No. 1 Nebraska 38, No. 2 Alabama 6 (Orange) Orange Bowl/Miami 11-25-71 No. 1 Nebraska 35, No. 2 Oklahoma 31 Owen Field/Norman 12-6-69 No. 1 Texas 15, No. 2 Arkansas 14 Razorback/Fayetteville 1-1-69 No. 1 Ohio State 27, No. 2 USC 16 (Rose) Rose Bowl/Pasadena 9-28-68 No. 1 Purdue 37, No. 2 Notre Dame 22 Notre Dame/South Bend 11-19-66 No. 1 Notre Dame 10, No. 2 Michigan State 10 (tie) Spartan/East Lansing 1-1-64 No. 1 Texas 28, No. 2 Navy 6 (Cotton) Cotton Bowl/Dallas 10-12-63 No. 2 Texas 28, No. 1 Oklahoma 7 Cotton Bowl/Dallas 1-1-63 No. 1 USC 42, No. 2 Wisconsin 37 (Rose) Rose Bowl/Pasadena 11-9-46 No. 1 Army 0, Notre Dame 0 (tie) Yankee/New York 12-1-45 No. 1 Army 32, No. 2 Navy 13 Municipal/Philadelphia 11-10-45 No. 1 Army 48, No. 2 Notre Dame 0 Yankee/New York 12-2-44 No. 1 Army 23, No. 2 Navy 7 Municipal/Baltimore 11-20-43 No. 1 Notre Dame 14, No. 2 Iowa Pre-Flight 13 Notre Dame/South Bend 10-9-43 No. 1 Notre Dame 35, No. 2 Michigan 12 Michigan/Ann Arbor

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TEAM (Record) Notre Dame (5-2-2) Alabama (5-3) Ohio State (4-2) Miami (3-3) Florida State (3-3) Oklahoma (1-5) USC (3-3) Nebraska (3-2) Florida (2-3) Army (3-0-1) Texas (3-1) Michigan (0-4) LSU (2-1) Penn State (2-1) Navy (0-3) Virginia Tech (0-1) Iowa (1-0) Purdue (1-0) Tennessee (1-0) Michigan State (0-0-1) Arkansas (0-1) Georgia (0-1) Iowa Pre-Flight (0-1) Wisconsin (0-1) Texas (1-0) Auburn (1-0) Oregon (0-1)

BIG EAST TEAMS VS. NON-BIG EAST AP-RANKED TEAMS 2011 (2-1) Jan. 4 No. 23 WEST VIRGINIA 70, No. 14 Clemson 33 (Orange) Sept. 24 No. 2 LSU 47, No. 16 WEST VIRGINIA 21 Sept. 3 USF 23, No. 16 Notre Dame 20 2010 (0-6) Jan. 1 Sept. 25 Sept. 25 Sept. 23 Sept. 18 Sept. 11

No. 8 Oklahoma 48, No. 25 CONNECTICUT 20 (Fiesta) No. 8 Oklahoma 31, CINCINNATI 29 No. 15 LSU 20, No. 22 WEST VIRGINIA 14 No. 19 Miami 31, PITTSBURGH 3 No. 25 Oregon State 35, LOUISVILLE 28 No. 8 Florida 38, USF 14

2009 (1-4) Jan. 1 Nov. 28 Sept. 26 Sept. 12 Sept. 12

No. 5 Florida 51, No. 4 CINCINNATI 24 (Sugar) No. 19 Miami 31, USF 10 USF 17, No. 18 Florida State 7 No. 19 North Carolina 12, CONNECTICUT 10 No. 7 Penn State 28, SYRACUSE 7

2008 (1-4) Jan. 1 Dec. 31 Sept. 12 Sept. 6 Sept. 1

No. 21 Virginia Tech 20, No. 12 CINCINNATI 7 (Orange) No. 24 Oregon State 3, No. 18 PITTSBURGH 0 No. 19 USF 37, No. 13 Kansas 34 No. 4 Oklahoma 52, CINCINNATI 26 No. 21 Fresno State 24, RUTGERS 7

2007 (2-0) Jan. 2 No. 11 WEST VIRGINIA 48, No. 3 Oklahoma 28 (Fiesta) Sept. 8 USF 26, No. 17 Auburn 23 (ot) 2006 (2-3) Jan. 2 Sept. 23 Sept. 16 Sept. 16 Sept. 9

No. 5 LOUISVILLE 24, No. 15 Wake Forest 13 (Orange) No. 10 Virginia Tech 29, CINCINNATI 13 No. 1 Ohio State 37, CINCINNATII 7 No. 12 LOUISVILLE 31, No. 17 Miami 7 No. 14 Iowa 13, SYRACUSE 7 (2ot)

2005 (1-7) Jan. 2 Jan. 2 Nov. 19 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 Sept. 17 Sept. 17

No. 12 Virginia Tech 35, No. 15 LOUISVILLE 24 (Gator) No. 11 WEST VIRGINIA 38, No. 8 Georgia 35 (Sugar) No. 6 Notre Dame 34, SYRACUSE 10 No. 9 Miami 27, USF 7 No. 6 Florida State 38, SYRACUSE 14 No. 3 Virginia Tech 34, WEST VIRGINIA 17 No. 25 Virginia 27, SYRACUSE 24 No. 16 Georgia Tech 28, CONNECTICUT 13

2004 (3-7) Jan. 1 Jan. 1 Nov. 13 Oct. 23 Oct. 9 Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Sept. 11 Sept. 5 Sept. 4

No. 5 Utah 35, No. 19 PITTSBURGH 7 (Fiesta) No. 17 Florida State 18, WEST VIRGINIA 13 (Gator) PITTSBURGH 41, No. 24 Notre Dame 38 BOSTON COLLEGE 24, No. 24 Notre Dame 23 No. 8 Florida State 17, SYRACUSE 13 No. 12 Virginia 31, SYRACUSE 10 No. 7 WEST VIRGINIA 19, No. 21 Maryland 16 (ot) No. 23 Maryland 45, TEMPLE 22 No. 24 Purdue 51, SYRACUSE 0 No. 12 Virginia 44, TEMPLE 14

2003 (3-3) Jan. 1 Jan. 1 Nov. 8 Oct. 11 Sept. 6 Aug. 30

No. 10 MIAMI 16, No. 9 Florida State 14 (Orange) No. 23 Maryland 41, No. 20 WEST VIRGINIA 7 (Gator) No. 18 Tennessee 10, No. 6 MIAMI 6 No. 2 MIAMI 22, No. 5 Florida State 14 No. 3 MIAMI 38, No. 21 Florida 33 No. 21 Wisconsin 24, WEST VIRGINIA 17

2002 (5-6) Jan. 3 Nov. 23 Nov. 2 Oct. 12 Oct. 12 Sept. 28 Sept. 21 Sept. 12 Sept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 1

No. 2 Ohio State 31, No. 1 MIAMI 24 (2ot) (Fiesta) No. 8 Notre Dame 42, RUTGERS 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 14, No. 4 Notre Dame 7 No. 1 MIAMI 28, No. 9 Florida State 27 No. 8 Notre Dame 14, PITTSBURGH 6 No. 11 Tennessee 35, RUTGERS 14 No. 7 VIRGINIA TECH 13, No. 19 Texas A&M 3 No. 11 VIRGINIA TECH 47, No. 16 Marshall 21 No. 20 Texas A&M 14, PITTSBURGH 12 No. 25 Wisconsin 34, WEST VIRGINIA 17 No. 1 MIAMI 41, No. 6 Florida 16 No. 16 VIRGINIA TECH 28, No. 14 LSU 6

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2001 (4-3) Jan. 3 Jan. 1 Dec. 28 Nov. 24 Oct. 13 Sept. 1 Aug. 26

No. 1 MIAMI 37, No. 4 Nebraska 14 (Rose) No. 24 Florida State 30, No. 15 VIRGINIA TECH 17 (Gator) BOSTON COLLEGE 20, No. 16 Georgia 16 (Music City) No. 1 MIAMI 65, No. 12 Washington 7 No. 1 MIAMI 49, No. 14 Florida State 27 No. 8 Tennessee 33, SYRACUSE 9 No. 10 Georgia Tech 13, SYRACUSE 7

2000 (3-4) Jan. 2 Jan. 1 Nov. 18 Nov. 11 Oct. 21 Oct. 7 Sept. 9

No. 2 MIAMI 37, No. 7 Florida 20 (Sugar) No. 6 VIRGINIA TECH 41, No. 16 Clemson 20 (Gator) No. 11 Notre Dame 45, RUTGERS 17 No. 11 Notre Dame 28, BOSTON COLLEGE 16 No. 20 Notre Dame 42, WEST VIRGINIA 28 No. 7 MIAMI 27, No. 1 Florida State 24 No. 15 Washington 34, No. 4 MIAMI 29

1999 (3-8) Jan. 4 Jan. 1 Dec. 31 Oct. 9 Oct. 2 Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Sept. 18 Sept. 11 Sept. 11 Aug. 29

No. 1 Florida State 46, No. 2 VIRGINIA TECH 29 (Sugar) No. 23 MIAMI 28, No. 17 Georgia Tech 13 (Gator) Colorado 62, No. 25 BOSTON COLLEGE 28 (Insight.com) No. 1 Florida State 31, No. 19 MIAMI 21 No. 8 VIRGINIA TECH 31, No. 24 Virginia 7 No. 21 Marshall 34, TEMPLE 0 No. 3 Penn State 27, No. 8 MIAMI 23 No. 5 Michigan 18, SYRACUSE 13 No. 2 Penn State 20, PITTSBURGH 17 No. 17 Kansas State 40, TEMPLE 0 No. 12 MIAMI 23, No. 9 Ohio State 12

1998 (2-9) Jan. 2 Dec. 26 Dec. 5 Nov. 28 Nov. 7 Oct. 24 Oct. 10 Sept. 19 Sept. 12 Sept. 5 Sept. 5

No. 7 Florida 31, No. 18 SYRACUSE 10 (Fiesta) No. 23 Missouri 34, WEST VIRGINIA 31 (Insight.com) MIAMI 49, No. 3 UCLA 45 No. 16 Virginia 36, No. 20 VIRGINIA TECH 32 No. 13 Notre Dame 31, BOSTON COLLEGE 26 No. 22 Tulane 52, RUTGERS 24 No. 8 Florida State 26, MIAMI 14 No. 8 Penn State 20, PITTSBURGH 13 No. 19 SYRACUSE 38, No. 13 Michigan 28 No. 1 Ohio State 34, No. 11 WEST VIRGINIA 17 No. 10 Tennessee 34, No. 17 SYRACUSE 33

1997 (1-7) Jan. 1 Dec. 31 Dec. 31 Oct. 4 Sept. 13 Sept. 6 Sept. 6 Aug. 24

No. 7 North Carolina 42, VIRGINIA TECH 3 (Gator) No. 22 Southern Mississippi 41, PITTSBURGH 7 (Liberty) No. 10 Kansas State 35, No. 14 SYRACUSE 18 (Fiesta) No. 4 Florida State 47, MIAMI 0 No. 1 Penn State 52, TEMPLE 10 No. 1 Penn State 31, PITTSBURGH 17 No. 12 Texas 48, RUTGERS 14 No. 17 SYRACUSE 34, No. 24 Wisconsin 0

1996 (2-9) Jan. 1 Dec. 31 Nov. 29 Nov. 23 Nov. 16 Nov. 16 Nov. 9 Sept. 21 Sept. 21 Sept. 21 Sept. 7

No. 12 North Carolina 20, WEST VIRGINIA 13 (Gator) No. 6 Nebraska 41, No. 10 VIRGINIA TECH 21 (Orange) No. 17 VIRGINIA TECH 26, No. 20 Virginia 9 No. 10 Notre Dame 62, RUTGERS 0 No. 19 SYRACUSE 42, No. 22 Army 17 No. 14 Notre Dame 60, PITTSBURGH 6 No. 17 Notre Dame 48, BOSTON COLLEGE 21 No. 5 Penn State 41, TEMPLE 0 No. 7 Ohio State 72, PITTSBURGH 0 No. 8 Michigan 20, BOSTON COLLEGE 14 No. 24 North Carolina 27, No. 9 SYRACUSE 10

1995 (4-9) Jan. 1 Dec. 31 Nov. 18 Oct. 28 Oct. 7 Sept. 23 Sept. 23 Sept. 16 Sept. 16 Sept. 16 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Aug. 27

SYRACUSE 41, No. 23 Clemson 0 (Gator) No. 13 VIRGINIA TECH 28, No. 9 Texas 10 (Sugar) No. 20 VIRGINIA TECH 36, No. 13 Virginia 29 No. 12 Notre Dame 20, BOSTON COLLEGE 10 No. 1 Florida State 41, MIAMI 17 No. 6 Penn State 59, RUTGERS 34 No. 8 Ohio State 54, PITTSBURGH 14 No. 7 Penn State 66, TEMPLE 14 No. 11 Michigan 23, BOSTON COLLEGE 13 No. 15 Texas 38, PITTSBURGH 27 No. 15 UCLA 31, No. 12 MIAMI 8 SYRACUSE 20, No. 20 North Carolina 9 No. 12 Ohio State 38, No. 22 BOSTON COLLEGE 6

Oct. 8 Oct. 8 Oct. 1 Sept. 24 Sept. 24 Sept. 17 Sept. 3 Sept. 3 Sept. 3 Aug. 28

No. 13 MIAMI 34, No. 3 Florida State 20 BOSTON COLLEGE 30, No. 8 Notre Dame 11 No. 4 Penn State 48, TEMPLE 21 No. 5 Penn State 55, RUTGERS 27 No. 17 Washington 38, No. 6 MIAMI 20 No. 23 Ohio State 27, PITTSBURGH 3 No. 5 Michigan 34, BOSTON COLLEGE 26 No. 16 Oklahoma 30, SYRACUSE 29 No. 19 Texas 30, PITTSBURGH 28 No. 4 Nebraska 31, No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 0

1993 (5-8) Jan. 1 Jan. 1 Dec. 31 Nov. 20 Nov. 20 Oct. 9 Oct. 9 Oct. 9 Oct. 2 Sept. 25 Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Sept. 18

No. 8 Florida 41, No. 3 WEST VIRGINIA 7 (Sugar) No. 16 Arizona 29, No. 10 MIAMI 0 (Fiesta) No. 22 VIRGINIA TECH 45, No. 21 Indiana 20 (Independence) No. 17 BOSTON COLLEGE 41, No. 1 Notre Dame 39 No. 25 VIRGINIA TECH 20, No. 23 Virginia 17 No. 1 Florida State 28, No. 3 MIAMI 10 No. 4 Notre Dame 44, PITTSBURGH 0 No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 36, No. 17 Louisville 34 No. 18 Louisville 29, PITTSBURGH 7 No. 3 MIAMI 35, No. 13 Colorado 29 No. 9 Penn State 31, RUTGERS 7 No. 11 Ohio State 63, PITTSBURGH 28 No. 21 California 58, TEMPLE 0

1992 (6-9) Jan. 1 Jan. 1 Jan. 1 Nov. 21 Nov. 7 Oct. 24 Oct. 17 Oct. 17 Oct. 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 3 Oct. 3 Sept. 19 Sept. 12 Sept. 5

No. 17 Tennessee 38, No. 16 BOSTON COLLEGE 23 (Hall of Fame) No. 6 SYRACUSE 26, No. 10 Colorado 22 (Fiesta) No. 2 Alabama 34, No. 1 MIAMI 13 (Sugar) No. 23 Penn State 57, PITTSBURGH 13 No. 8 Notre Dame 54, No. 9 BOSTON COLLEGE 7 No. 14 Penn State 40, WEST VIRGINIA 26 No. 20 BOSTON COLLEGE 35, No. 9 Penn State 32 VIRGINIA TECH 13, No. 21 North Carolina State 13 No. 2 MIAMI 17, No. 7 Penn State 14 No. 13 Notre Dame 52, PITTSBURGH 21 No. 2 MIAMI 19, No. 3 Florida State 16 No. 8 Penn State 38, RUTGERS 24 No. 18 Ohio State 35, No. 8 SYRACUSE 12 No. 10 Penn State 49, TEMPLE 8 No. 1 MIAMI 24, No. 23 Iowa 7

1991 (6-16) Jan. 1 Jan. 1 Nov. 28 Nov. 23 Nov. 16 Nov. 16 Oct. 26 Oct. 26 Oct. 19 Oct. 12 Oct. 12 Oct. 12 Oct. 5 Oct. 5 Sept. 28 Sept. 28 Sept. 21 Sept. 21 Sept. 14 Sept. 12 Sept. 7 Sept. 7

No. 1 MIAMI 22, No. 11 Nebraska 0 (Orange) No. 16 SYRACUSE 24, No. 25 Ohio State 17 (Hall of Fame) No. 6 Penn State 32, PITTSBURGH 20 No. 20 Virginia 38, VIRGINIA TECH 0 No. 2 MIAMI 17, No. 1 Florida State 16 No. 14 East Carolina 24, VIRGINIA TECH 17 No. 8 Penn State 51, WEST VIRGINIA 6 No. 20 East Carolina 24, No. 25 PITTSBURGH 23 No. 10 Penn State 37, RUTGERS 17 No. 1 Florida State 33, VIRGINIA TECH 20 No. 2 MIAMI 26, No. 9 Penn State 20 No. 7 Notre Dame 42, No. 12 PITTSBURGH 7 No. 1 Florida State 46, No. 10 SYRACUSE 14 No. 12 Penn State 24, TEMPLE 7 No. 6 Oklahoma 27, VIRGINIA TECH 17 No. 10 Penn State 28, BOSTON COLLEGE 21 No. 18 SYRACUSE 38, No. 5 Florida 21 No. 8 Clemson 37, TEMPLE 7 No. 17 Georgia Tech 30, BOSTON COLLEGE 14 No. 2 MIAMI 40, No. 10 Houston 10 No. 2 Michigan 35, BOSTON COLLEGE 13 No. 20 Alabama 41, TEMPLE 3

1994 (3-10) Jan. 1 No. 1 Nebraska 24, No. 3 MIAMI 17 (Orange) Dec. 25 BOSTON COLLEGE 12, No. 11 Kansas State 7 (Aloha) Nov. 19 No. 16 Virginia 42, No. 14 VIRGINIA TECH 23

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BIG EAST TEAMS WHEN RANKED OR PLAYING ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKED TEAMS CINCINNATI

2011 Nov. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 24, No. 23 CINCINNATI 21 Nov. 5 No. 23 CINCINNATI 26, PITTSBURGH 23

2005 Dec. 3 No. 16 LOUISVILLE 30, CONNECTICUT 20 Nov. 2 No. 18 WEST VIRGINIA 45, CONNECTICUT 13 Sept. 17 No. 16 Georgia Tech 28, Connecticut 13

2010 Sept. 25 No. 8 Oklahoma 31, CINCINNATI 29

2004 Oct. 13 No. 17 WEST VIRGINIA 31, CONNECTICUT 19

2009 Jan. 1 Dec. 5 Nov. 27 Nov. 13 Nov. 7 Oct. 31 Oct. 24 Oct. 15 Oct. 3 Sept. 26 Sept. 19 Sept. 12

No. 5 Florida 51, No. 4 CINCINNATI 24 (Sugar) No. 5 CINCINNATI 45, No. 14 PITTSBURGH 44 No. 5 CINCINNATI 49, Illinois 36 No. 5 CINCINNATI 24, WEST VIRGINIA 21 No. 4 CINCINNATI 47, CONNECTICUT 45 No. 5 CINCINNATI 28, SYRACUSE 7 No. 5 CINCINNATI 41, LOUISVILLE 10 No. 8 CINCINNATI 34, No. 21 USF 17 No. 10 CINCNNATI 37, Miami (Ohio) 13 No. 14 CINCNNATI 28, Fresno State 20 No. 17 CINCINNATI 28, Oregon State 18 No. 23 CINCINNATI 70, Southeast Missouri State 3

LOUISVILLE

2008 Jan. 1 Dec. 6 Nov. 29 Nov. 22 Nov. 14 Nov. 8 Oct. 30 Sept. 6

No. 21 Virginia Tech 20, No. 12 CINCINNATI 7 (Orange) No. 13 CINCINNATI 29, Hawaii 24 No. 16 CINCINNATI 30, SYRACUSE 10 No. 19 CINCINNATI 28, No. 20 PITTSBURGH 20 No. 22 CINCINNATI 28, LOUISVILLE 20 CINCINNATI 26, No. 20 WEST VIRGINIA 23 (ot) CINCINNATI 24, No. 24 USF 10 No. 4 Oklahoma 52, CINCINNATI 26

2007 Dec. 22 Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Nov. 10 Nov. 3 Oct. 20 Oct. 13 Oct. 6 Sept. 29

No. 20 CINCINNATI 31, Southern Miss 21 (PapaJohns.com) No. 24 CINCINNATI 52, SYRACUSE 31 No. 5 WEST VIRGINIA 28, No. 21 CINICNNATI 23 CINCINNATI 27, No. 16 CONNECTICUT 3 CINCINNATI 38, No. 20 USF 33 PITTSBURGH 24, No. 23 CINCINNATI 17 LOUISVILLE 28, No. 15 CINCINNATI 24 No. 20 CINCINNATI 28, No. 21 RUTGERS 23 No. 24 CINCINNATI 52, San Diego State 23

2006 Nov. 18 Nov. 11 Oct. 14 Sept. 23 Sept. 16

CINCINNATI 30, No. 7 RUTGERS 11 No. 10 WEST VIRGINIA 42, CINCINNATI 24 No. 7 LOUISVILLE 23, CINCINNATI 17 No. 10 Virginia Tech 29, Cincinnati 13 No. 1 Ohio State 37, CINCINNATI 7

2005 Nov. 9

No. 16 WEST VIRGINIA 38, CINCINNATI 0

CONNECTICUT 2011 Oct. 8

No. 16 WEST VIRGINIA 43, CONNECTICUT 16

2010 Jan. 1

No. 8 Oklahoma 48, No. 25 CONNECTICUT 20 (Fiesta)

2009 Nov. 7 Oct. 24

No. 4 CINCINNATI 47, CONNECTICUT 45 No. 22 WEST VIRGINIA 28, CONNECTICUT 24

2008 Dec. 6 Oct. 4

No. 23 PITTSBURGH 34, CONNECTICUT 10 North Carolina 38, No. 24 CONNECTICUT, 12

2007 Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Nov. 10 Nov. 3 Oct. 27

No. 4 WEST VIRGINIA 66, No. 20 CONNECTICUT 21 No. 25 CONNECTICUT 30, SYRACUSE 7 CINCINNATI 27, No. 16 CONNECTICUT 3 No. 16 CONNECTICUT 38, RUTGERS 19 CONNECTICUT 22, No. 10 USF 15

2006 Dec. 2 Oct. 29 Oct. 20

No. 6 LOUISVILLE 48, CONNECTICUT 17 No. 15 RUTGERS 24, CONNECTICUT 13 No. 4 WEST VIRGINIA 37, CONNECTICUT 11

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2011 Nov. 5

LOUISVILLE 38, No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 35

2010 Sept. 18 No. 25 Oregon State 35, LOUISVILLE 28 2009 Oct. 24

No. 5 CINCINNATI 41, LOUISVILLE 10

2008 Dec. 31 Dec. 6 Nov. 22 Nov. 8 Oct. 25 Oct. 18 Oct. 2 Aug. 30

No. 24 Oregon State 3, No. 18 PITTSBURGH 0 (Sun) No. 23 PITTSBURGH 34, CONNECTICUT 10 No. 19 CINCINNATI 28, No. 20 PITTSBURGH 21 No. 25 PITTSBURGH 41, LOUISVILLE 7 RUTGERS 54, No. 17 PITTSBURGH 34 No. 23 PITTSBURGH 42 Navy 21 PITTSBURGH 26, No. 13 USF 21 Bowling Green 27, No. 25 PITTSBURGH 17

2007 Dec. 1 Oct. 20

PITTSBURGH 13, No. 2 WEST VIRGINIA 9 PITTSBURGH 24, No. 23 CINCINNATI 17

2006 Nov. 25 No. 6 LOUISVILLE 48, PITTSBURGH 24 Nov. 16 No. 8 WEST VIRGINIA 45, PITTSBURGH 27 Oct. 21 No. 19 RUTGERS 20, PITTSBURGH 10

2008 Nov. 14 No. 22 CINCINNATI 28, LOUISVILLE 20 Nov. 8 No. 25 PITTSBURGH 41, LOUISVILLE 7 Oct. 25 No. 14 USF 24, LOUISVILLE 20

2005 Nov. 24 No. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 45, PITTSBURGH 13 Nov. 3 No. 24 LOUISVILLE 42, PITTSBURGH 20 Sept. 3 Notre Dame 42, No. 23 Pittsburgh 21

2007 Nov. 8 Oct. 13 Sept. 22 Sept. 15 Sept. 6 Aug. 30

No. 6 WEST VIRGINIA 38, LOUISVILLE 31 LOUISVILLE 28, No. 15 CINCINNATI 24 SYRACUSE 38, No. 18 LOUISVILLE 35 Kentucky 40, No. 9 LOUISVILLE 34 No. 8 LOUISVILLE 58, Middle Tennessee State 42 No. 10 LOUISVILLE 73, Murray State 10

2004 Jan. 1 Dec. 4 Nov. 25 Nov. 13

No. 5 Utah 35, No. 19 PITTSBURGH 7 (Fiesta) No. 19 PITTSBURGH 43, USF 14 PITTSBURGH 16, No. 21 WEST VIRGINIA 13 PITTSBURGH 41, No. 24 Notre Dame 38

2006 Jan. 2 Dec. 2 Nov. 25 Nov. 18 Nov. 9 Nov. 2 Oct. 21 Oct. 14 Oct. 6 Sept. 23 Sept. 16 Sept. 9 Sept. 3

No. 5 LOUISVILLE 24, No. 15 Wake Forest 13 (Orange) No. 6 LOUISVILLE 48, CONNECTICUT 17 No. 6 LOUISVILLE 48, PITTSBURGH 24 No. 10 LOUISVILLE 31, USF 8 No. 15 RUTGERS 28, No. 3 LOUISVILLE 25 No. 5 LOUISVILLE 44, No. 3 WEST VIRGINIA 44 No. 6 LOUISVILLE 28, SYRACUSE 13 No. 7 LOUISVILLE 23, CINCINNATI 17 No. 8 LOUISVILLE 44, Middle Tennessee State 17 No. 8 LOUISVILLE 24, Kansas State 6 No. 12 LOUISVILLE 31, No. 17 Miami 7 No. 13 LOUISVILLE 62, Temple 0 No. 13 LOUISVILLE 59, Kentucky 28

2003 Nov. 29 Nov. 22 Nov. 15 Nov. 8 Nov. 1 Oct. 11 Sept. 27 Sept. 20 Sept. 13 Sept. 6

No. 10 MIAMI 28, No. 20 PITTSBURGH 14 No. 21 PITTSBURGH 30, TEMPLE 16 WEST VIRGINIA 52, No. 16 PITTSBURGH 31 No. 25 PITTSBURGH 31, No. 5 VIRGINIA TECH 28 No. 25 PITTSBURGH 24, BOSTON COLLEGE 13 Notre Dame 20, No. 15 PITTSBURGH 14 No. 17 PITTSBURGH 37, Texas A&M 26 Toledo 35, No. 9 PITTSBURGH 31 No. 11 PITTSBURGH 42, Ball State 21 No. 10 PITTSBURGH 43, Kent State 3

2005 Jan. 2 Dec. 3 Nov. 26 Nov. 11 Nov. 3 Oct. 15 Oct. 8 Oct. 1 Sept. 24 Sept. 17 Sept. 4

No. 8 Virginia Tech 35, No. 15 Louisville 24 (Gator) No. 16 Louisville 30, Connecticut 20 No. 17 Louisville 41, SYRACUSE 17 No. 23 Louisville 56, Rutgers 5 No. 24 Louisville 42, Pittsburgh 20 WEST VIRGINIA 45, No. 19 LOUISVILLE 44 (3ot) No. 23 Louisville 69, North Carolina 14 No. 24 Louisville 61, Florida Atlantic 10 No. 9 USF 45, Louisville 14 No. 11 Louisville 63, Oregon State 27 No. 12 Louisville 31, Kentucky 24

2002 Dec. 26 Nov. 30 Nov. 21 Nov. 9 Oct. 12 Sept. 7

No. 24 PITTSBURGH 38, Oregon State 13 (Insight) No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 24, No. 17 PITTSBURGH 17 No. 1 MIAMI 28, No. 17 PITTSBURGH 21 No. 22 PITTSBURGH 29, TEMPLE 22 No. 8 Notre Dame 14, PITTSBURGH 6 No. 20 Texas A&M 14, PITTSBURGH 12

PITTSBURGH

2011 Nov. 5 No. 23 CINCINNATI 26, PITTSBURGH 23 Sept. 29 PITTSBURGH 44, No. 16 USF 17 2010 Sept. 23 No. 19 Miami 31, PITTSBURGH 3 Sept. 2 Utah 27, No. 15 PITTSBURGH 24 (ot) 2009 Dec. 26 Dec. 5 Nov. 27 Nov. 14 Nov. 7 Oct. 24

No. 17 PITTSBURGH 19, North Carolina 17 (Meineke Car Care) No. 5 CINCINNATI 45, No. 14 PITTSBURGH 44 WEST VIRGINIA 19, No. 8 PITTSBURGH 16 No. 8 PITTSBURGH 27, Notre Dame 22 No. 14 PITTSBURGH 37, SYRACUSE 10 No. 20 PITTSBURGH 41, USF 14

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2001 Nov. 3 No. 12 VIRGINIA TECH 38, PITTSBURGH 7 Sept. 27 No. 1 MIAMI 43, PITTSBURGH 21 2000 Nov. 11 No. 2 MIAMI 35, PITTSBURGH 7 Oct. 28 No. 2 VIRGINIA TECH 37, PITTSBURGH 34 1999 Nov. 6 Oct. 30 Oct. 7 Sept. 11

No. 22 MIAMI 33, PITTSBURGH 3 No. 3 VIRGINIA TECH 30, PITTSBURGH 17 No. 18 SYRACUSE 24, PITTSBURGH 17 No. 2 Penn State 20, PITTSBURGH 17

1998 Nov. 18 Oct. 31 Sept. 26 Sept. 19

No. 22 MIAMI 38, PITTSBURGH 10 No. 17 SYRACUSE 45, PITTSBURGH 28 No. 21 VIRGINIA TECH 27, PITTSBURGH 7 No. 8 Penn State 20, PITTSBURGH 13

1997 Dec. 31 Nov. 22 Sept. 18 Sept. 6

No. 22 Southern Miss 41, PITTSBURGH 7 (Liberty) PITTSBURGH 30, No. 23 VIRGINIA TECH 23 PITTSBURGH 21, No. 22 MIAMI 17 No. 1 Penn State 34, PITTSBURGH 17

1996 Nov. 16 No. 14 Notre Dame 60, PITTSBURGH 6 Sept. 28 No. 10 MIAMI 45, PITTSBURGH 0 Sept. 21 No. 7 Ohio State 72, PITTSBURGH 0


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1995 Nov. 11 No. 23 SYRACUSE 42, PITTSBURGH 10 Sept. 23 No. 8 Ohio State 54, PITTSBURGH 14 Sept. 16 No. 15 Texas 38, PITTSBURGH 27 1994 Nov. 12 Oct. 22 Oct. 8 Sept. 17 Sept. 3

No. 5 MIAMI 17, PITTSBURGH 12 No. 17 VIRGINIA TECH 45, PITTSBURGH 7 No. 21 SYRACUSE 31, PITTSBURGH 7 No. 23 Ohio State 27, PITTSBURGH 3 No. 18 Texas 30, PITTSBURGH 28

1993 Nov. 13 Nov. 6 Oct. 23 Oct. 16 Oct. 9 Oct. 2 Sept. 18

No. 22 BOSTON COLLEGE 33, PITTSBURGH 0 No. 4 MIAMI 35, PITTSBURGH 7 No. 18 WEST VIRGINIA 42, PITTSBURGH 21 No. 24 SYRACUSE 24, PITTSBURGH 21 No. 4 Notre Dame 44, PITTSBURGH 0 No. 18 Louisville 29, PITTSBURGH 7 No. 11 Ohio State 63, PITTSBURGH 28

1992 Nov. 21 No. 23 Penn State 57, PITTSBURGH 13 Oct. 31 No. 12 SYRACUSE 41, PITTSBURGH 10 Oct. 10 No. 13 Notre Dame 52, PITTSBURGH 21 1991 Nov. 28 Oct. 26 Oct. 19 Oct. 12 Oct. 5 Sept. 28 Sept. 14

No. 6 Penn State 32, PITTSBURGH 20 No. 20 East Carolina 24, No. 23 PITTSBURGH 23 No. 24 SYRACUSE 31, No. 20 PITTSBURGH 27 No. 7 Notre Dame 42, No. 12 PITTSBURGH 7 No. 17 PITTSBURGH 24, Maryland 20 No. 18 PITTSBURGH 14, Minnesota 13 No. 24 PITTSBURGH 26, TEMPLE 7

RUTGERS

2011 No. 25 WEST VIRGINIA 41, RUTGERS 31 2010 Dec. 4

No. 23 WEST VIRGINIA 35, Rutgers 14

2009 Dec. 5 No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 24, RUTGERS 21 Nov. 21 SYRACUSE 31, No. 25 RUTGERS 13 Nov. 12 RUTGERS 31, No. 23 USF 0 2008 Oct. 25 Sept. 1

RUTGERS 54, No. 17 PITTSBURGH 34 No. 21 Fresno State 24, RUTGERS 7

2007 Nov. 3 Oct. 27 Oct. 18 Oct. 6 Sept. 29 Sept. 15 Sept. 7 Aug. 30

No. 16 CONNECTICUT 38, RUTGERS 19 No. 9 WEST VIRGINIA 31, No. 25 RUTGERS 3 RUTGERS 30, No. 2 USF 27 No. 20 CINCINNATI 28, No. 21 RUTGERS 23 Maryland 34, No. 10 RUTGERS 24 No. 13 RUTGERS 59, Norfolk State 0 No. 15 RUTGERS 41, Navy 24 No. 16 RUTGERS 38, Buffalo 3

2006 Dec. 28 Dec. 2 Nov. 25 Nov. 18 Nov. 9 Oct. 29 Oct. 21 Oct. 14 Sept. 29

No. 16 RUTGERS 37, Kansas State 10 (Texas) No. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 41, No. 13 RUTGERS 39 (3ot) No. 15 RUTGERS 38, SYRACUSE 7 CINCINNATI 30, No. 7 RUTGERS 11 No. 15 RUTGERS 28, No. 3 LOUISVILLE 25 No. 15 RUTGERS 24, CONNECTICUT 13 No. 19 RUTGERS 20, PITTSBURGH 10 No. 24 RUTGERS 34, Navy 0 No. 23 RUTGERS 22, USF 20

2005 Nov. 11 No. 23 LOUISVILLE 56, RUTGERS 5 2004 Nov. 6 No. 24 BOSTON COLLEGE 21, RUTGERS 10 Oct. 30 No. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 35, RUTGERS 30 2003 Nov. 22 No. 13 MIAMI 34, RUTGERS 10 Oct. 4 No. 4 VIRGINIA TECH 48, RUTGERS 22

2002 Nov. 23 Nov. 2 Oct. 19 Sept. 28

No. 8 Notre Dame 42, RUTGERS 0 No. 1 MIAMI 42, RUTGERS 17 No. 3 VIRGINIA TECH 35, RUTGERS 14 No. 11 Tennessee 35, RUTGERS 14

2001 Sept. 22 No. 9 VIRGINIA TECH 50, RUTGERS 0 Sept. 8 No. 1 MIAMI 61, RUTGERS 0 2000 Nov. 18 No. 11 Notre Dame 45, RUTGERS 17 Sept. 30 No. 10 MIAMI 64, RUTGERS 6 Sept. 16 No. 8 VIRGINIA TECH 49, RUTGERS 0 1999 Oct. 9

No. 5 VIRGINIA TECH 58, RUTGERS 20

1998 Nov. 21 No. 23 VIRGINIA TECH 47, RUTGERS 7 Oct. 24 No. 22 Tulane 52, RUTGERS 24 Sept. 19 No. 13 SYRACUSE 70, RUTGERS 14 1997 Sept. 6 No. 12 Texas 48, RUTGERS 14 1996 Nov. 23 Sept. 21 Sept. 12 1995 Sept. 23 1994 Nov. 12 Oct. 22 Oct. 1 Sept. 24

No. 10 Notre Dame 62, RUTGERS 0 No. 18 VIRGINIA TECH 30, RUTGERS 14 No. 10 MIAMI 33, RUTGERS 0 No. 6 Penn State 59, RUTGERS 34 No. 16 VIRGINIA TECH 41, RUTGERS 34 No. 22 BOSTON COLLEGE 7, RUTGERS 7 No. 13 MIAMI 24, RUTGERS 3 No. 5 Penn State 55, RUTGERS 27

1993 Nov. 13 No. 3 MIAMI 31, RUTGERS 17 Nov. 6 No. 11 WEST VIRGINIA 58, RUTGERS 22 Sept. 25 No. 9 Penn State 31, RUTGERS 7 1992 Oct. 10 No. 15 SYRACUSE 50, RUTGERS 28 Oct. 3 No. 8 Penn State 38, RUTGERS 24 1991 Oct. 26 No. 18 SYRACUSE 21, RUTGERS 7 Oct. 19 No. 10 Penn State 37, RUTGERS 17

USF

2011 Dec. 1 Sept. 29 Sept. 24 Sept. 17 Sept. 10 Sept. 3

No. 22 WEST VIRGINIA 30, USF 27 PITTSBURGH 44, No. 16 USF 17 No. 18 USF 52, UTEP 24 No. 20 USF 70, Florida A&M 17 No. 22 USF 37, Ball State 7 USF 23, No. 16 Notre Dame 20

2010 Oct. 14 No. 25 WEST VIRGINIA 20, USF 6 Sept. 11 No. 8 Florida 38, USF 14 2009 Nov. 28 Nov. 12 Oct. 30 Oct. 25 Oct. 15 Sept. 26

No. 19 Miami 31, USF 10 RUTGERS 31, No. 23 USF 0 USF 30, No. 20 WEST VIRGINIA 19 No. 16 PITTSBURGH 41, USF 14 No. 8 CINCINNATI 34, No. 21 USF 17 USF 17, No. 18 Florida State 7

2008 Oct. 30 Oct. 18 Oct. 2 Sept. 27 Sept. 20 Sept. 12 Sept. 6 Aug. 30

CINCINNATI 24, No. 24 USF 10 No. 19 USF 45, SYRACUSE 13 PITTSBURGH 26, No. 10 USF 21 No. 13 USF 41, North Carolina State 10 No. 12 USF 17, Florida International 9 No. 19 USF 37, No. 13 Kansas 34 No. 17 USF 31, Central Florida 24 (ot) No. 19 USF 56, Tennessee-Martin 7

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2007 Dec. 31 Nov. 3 Oct. 27 Oct. 18 Oct. 13 Oct. 6 Sept. 28 Sept. 22 Sept. 8

Oregon 56, No. 23 USF 21 (Sun) CINCINNATI 38, No. 20 USF 33 CONNECTICUT 22, No. 11 USF 15 RUTGERS 30, No. 2 USF 27 No. 5 USF 64, Central Florida 12 No. 6 USF 35, Florida Atlantic 23 No. 18 USF 21, No. 5 WEST VIRGINIA 13 No. 24 USF 37, North Carolina 10 USF 26, No. 17 Auburn 23 (ot)

2006 Nov. 25 USF 24, No. 7 WEST VIRGINIA 19 Nov. 18 No. 10 LOUISVILLE 31, USF 9 Sept. 29 No. 23 RUTGERS 22, USF 20 2005 Dec. 3 No. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 28, USF 13 Oct. 1 No. 9 Miami 27, USF 7 Sept. 24 USF 45, No. 9 LOUISVILLE 14

SYRACUSE 2011 Oct. 21

SYRACUSE 49, No. 11 WEST VIRGINIA 23

2010 Oct. 23

SYRACUSE 19, No. 20 WEST VIRGINIA 14

2009 Nov. 21 Nov. 7 Oct. 31 Sept. 12

SYRACUSE 31, No. 25 RUTGERS 13 No. 14 PITTSBURGH 37, SYRACUSE 10 No. 5 CINCINNATI 28, SYRACUSE 7 No. 7 Penn State 28, SYRACUSE 7

2008 Nov. 29 No. 16 CINCINNATI 30, SYRACUSE 10 Oct. 18 No. 19 USF 45, SYRACUSE 13 Sept. 13 No. 17 Penn State 55, SYRACUSE 13 2007 Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Oct. 6 Sept. 22

No. 24 CINCINNATI 52, SYRACUSE 31 No. 20 CONNECTICUT 30, SYRACUSE 7 No. 13 WEST VIRGINIA 55, SYRACUSE 14 SYRACUSE 38, No. 18 LOUISVILLE 35

2006 Nov. 25 Oct. 21 Oct. 14 Sept. 9

No. 15 RUTGERS 38, SYRACUSE 7 No. 6 LOUISVILLE 28, SYRACUSE 13 No. 5 WEST VIRGINIA 41, SYRACUSE 17 No. 14 Iowa 13, SYRACUSE 7 (2ot)

2005 Nov. 26 Nov. 19 Oct. 1 Sept. 17

No. 17 LOUISVILLE 41, SYRACUSE 17 No. 6 Notre Dame 34, Syracuse 10 No. 6 Florida State 38, Syracuse 14 No. 25 Virginia 27, Syracuse 24

2004 Nov. 27 Oct. 21 Oct. 9 Sept. 25 Sept. 5

SYRACUSE 43, No. 17 BOSTON COLLEGE 17 No. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 27, SYRACUSE 6 No. 8 Florida State 17, SYRACUSE 13 No. 12 Virginia 31, SYRACUSE 10 No. 24 Purdue 51, SYRACUSE 0

2003 Nov. 22 No. 25 WEST VIRGINIA 34, SYRACUSE 23 Nov. 15 No. 14 MIAMI 17, SYRACUSE 10 Oct. 11 No. 4 VIRGINIA TECH 51, SYRACUSE 7 2002 Nov. 30 No. 1 MIAMI 49, SYRACUSE 7 Nov. 9 SYRACUSE 50, No. 8VIRGINIA TECH 42 (3ot) 2001 Dec. 29 Nov. 24 Nov. 17 Nov. 10 Oct. 27 Sept. 1 Aug. 26

No. 18 SYRACUSE 26, Kansas State 3 (Insight.com) No. 22 SYRACUSE 39, No. 25 BOSTON COLLEGE 28 No. 1 MIAMI 59, No. 14 SYRACUSE 0 No. 18 SYRACUSE 24, WEST VIRGINIA 13 SYRACUSE 22, No. 5 VIRGINIA TECH 14 No. 8 Tennessee 33, SYRACUSE 9 No. 10 Georgia Tech 13, SYRACUSE 7

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2000 Nov. 18 No. 2 MIAMI 26, SYRACUSE 0 Oct. 21 No. 2 VIRGINIA TECH 22, SYRACUSE 14 1999 Oct. 16 Oct. 7 Oct. 2 Sept. 18

No. 4 VIRGINIA TECH 62, No. 16 SYRACUSE 0 No. 18 SYRACUSE 24, PITTSBURGH 17 No. 22 SYRACUSE 47, Tulane 17 No. 5 Michigan 18, SYRACUSE 13

1998 Jan. 2 Nov. 28 Nov. 21 Nov. 14 Nov. 7 Oct. 31 Oct. 17 Oct. 10 Oct. 1 Sept. 19 Sept. 12 Sept. 5

No. 7 Florida 31, No. 18 SYRACUSE 10 (Fiesta) No. 21 SYRACUSE 66, No. 19 MIAMI 13 No. 24 SYRACUSE 38, TEMPLE 7 SYRACUSE 28, No. 16 VIRGINIA TECH 26 WEST VIRGINIA 35, No. 15 SYRACUSE 28 No. 17 SYRACUSE 45, PITTSBURGH 28 No. 23 SYRACUSE 42, BOSTON COLLEGE 25 No. 24 SYRACUSE 63, Cincinnati 21 North Carolina State 38, No. 11 SYRACUSE 17 No. 13 SYRACUSE 70, RUTGERS 14 No. 19 SYRACUSE 38, No. 13 Michigan 28 No. 10 Tennessee 34, No. 17 SYRACUSE 33

1997 Dec. 31 Nov. 29 Nov. 15 Nov. 8 Nov. 1 Sept. 13 Aug. 30 Aug. 24

No. 10 Kansas State 35, No. 14 SYRACUSE 18 (Fiesta) No. 16 SYRACUSE 33, MIAMI 13 No. 21 SYRACUSE 32, PITTSBURGH 23 No. 22 SYRACUSE 20, BOSTON COLLEGE 13 SYRACUSE 40, No. 17 WEST VIRGINIA 10 No. 22 VIRGINIA TECH 31, SYRACUSE 3 North Carolina State 32, No. 13 SYRACUSE 31 (ot) No. 17 SYRACUSE 34, No. 24 Wisconsin 0

1996 Dec. 27 Nov. 30 Nov. 23 Nov. 16 Nov. 9 Nov. 2 Sept. 28 Sept. 21 Sept. 7

No. 23 SYRACUSE 30, Houston 17 (Liberty) No. 23 MIAMI 38, No. 22 SYRACUSE 31 No. 16 SYRACUSE 36, TEMPLE 15 No. 19 SYRACUSE 42, No. 22 Army 17 No. 24 SYRACUSE 31, Tulane 7 SYRACUSE 30, No. 18 WEST VIRGINIA 7 SYRACUSE 52, No. 18 VIRGINIA TECH 21 Minnesota 35, No. 23 Syracuse No. 24 North Carolina 27, No. 9 SYRACUSE 10

1995 Jan. 1 Nov. 25 Nov. 18 Nov. 11 Nov. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 2

SYRACUSE 41, No. 23 Clemson 0 (Gator) No. 25 MIAMI 35, No. 22 SYRACUSE 24 No. 22 SYRACUSE 58, BOSTON COLLEGE 29 No. 23 SYRACUSE 42, PITTSBURGH 10 VIRGINIA TECH 31, No. 20 SYRACUSE 7 East Carolina 27, No. 22 SYRACUSE 24 SYRACUSE 20, No. 20 North Carolina 9

1994 Nov. 24 Nov. 12 Nov. 5 Oct. 22 Oct. 8 Oct. 1 Sept. 3

WEST VIRGINIA 13, No. 22 SYRACUSE 0 No. 25 BOSTON COLLEGE 31, No. 14 SYRACUSE 0 No. 5 MIAMI 27, No. 10 SYRACUSE 6 No. 16 SYRACUSE 49, TEMPLE 42 No. 21 SYRACUSE 31, PITTSBURGH 7 SYRACUSE 28, No. 14 VIRGINIA TECH 20 No. 16 Oklahoma 30, SYRACUSE 29

1993 Oct. 30 Oct. 23 Oct. 16 Oct. 2 Sept. 25 Sept. 18 Sept. 9 Sept. 4

No. 13 WEST VIRGINIA 43, SYRACUSE 0 No. 6 MIAMI 49, No. 23 SYRACUSE 0 No. 24 SYRACUSE 24, PITTSBURGH 21 BOSTON COLLEGE 33, No. 13 SYRACUSE 29 No. 12 SYRACUSE 24, Cincinnati 21 No. 6 SYRACUSE 21, Texas 21 No. 6 SYRACUSE 41, East Carolina 22 No. 6 SYRACUSE 35, Ball State 12

1992 Jan. 1 Nov. 21 Nov. 14 Nov. 7 Oct. 31 Oct. 24 Oct. 17 Oct. 10 Oct. 3 Sept. 19 Sept. 12 Sept. 5

No. 6 SYRACUSE 26, No. 10 Colorado 22 (Fiesta) No. 1 MIAMI 16, No. 8 SYRACUSE 10 No. 10 SYRACUSE 27, No. 17 BOSTON COLLEGE 10 No. 10 SYRACUSE 28, VIRGINIA TECH 9 No. 12 SYRACUSE 41, PITTSBURGH 10 No. 12 SYRACUSE 38, TEMPLE 7 No. 14 SYRACUSE 20, No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 17 No. 15 SYRACUSE 50, RUTGERS 28 No. 17 SYRACUSE 15, Louisville 9 No. 18 Ohio State 35, No. 8 SYRACUSE 12 No. 9 SYRACUSE 31, Texas 21 No. 10 SYRACUSE 42, East Carolina 21

1991 Jan. 1 Nov. 23 Nov. 16 Nov. 2 Oct. 26 Oct. 19 Oct. 12 Oct. 5 Sept. 28 Sept. 21 Sept. 14 Sept. 7

No. 16 SYRACUSE 24, No. 25 Ohio State 17 (Hall of Fame) No. 16 SYRACUSE 16, WEST VIRGINIA 10 No. 17 SYRACUSE 38, BOSTON COLLEGE 16 No. 18 SYRACUSE 27, TEMPLE 6 No. 18 SYRACUSE 21, RUTGERS 7 No. 24 SYRACUSE 31, No. 20 PITTSBURGH 27 East Carolina 23, No. 15 SYRACUSE 20 No. 1 Florida State 46, No. 10 SYRACUSE 14 No. 10 SYRACUSE 24, Tulane 0 No. 18 SYRACUSE 38, No. 5 Florida 21 No. 22 SYRACUSE 31, Maryland 17 No. 24 SYRACUSE 37, Vanderbilt 10

TEMPLE 2004 Nov. 20 Nov. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 4

No. 19 BOSTON COLLEGE 34, TEMPLE 17 No. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 42, TEMPLE 21 No. 21 Maryland 45, Temple 22 No. 16 Virginia 44, Temple 14

2003 Nov. 29 Nov. 22 Nov. 15 Oct. 18

No. 24 WEST VIRGINIA 45, TEMPLE 28 No. 21 PITTSBURGH 30, TEMPLE 16 No. 12 VIRGINIA TECH 24, TEMPLE 23 (ot) No. 2 MIAMI 52, TEMPLE 14

2002 Nov. 9 No. 23 PITTSBURGH 29, TEMPLE 22 Oct. 26 No. 3 VIRGINIA TECH 20, TEMPLE 10 Sept. 14 No. 1 MIAMI 44, TEMPLE 21 2001 Nov. 10 No. 23 VIRGINIA TECH 30, TEMPLE 0 Nov. 3 No. 1 MIAMI 38, TEMPLE 0 2000 Oct. 21 Oct. 7

No. 4 MIAMI 45, TEMPLE 17 No. 3 VIRGINIA TECH 35, TEMPLE 13

1999 Dec. 4 Nov. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 11

No. 23 MIAMI 55, TEMPLE 0 No. 2 VIRGINIA TECH 62, TEMPLE 7 No. 21 Marshall 34, TEMPLE 0 No. 17 Kansas State 40, TEMPLE 0

1998 Nov. 21 Nov. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 10

No. 24 SYRACUSE 38, TEMPLE 7 No. 24 MIAMI 42, TEMPLE 7 TEMPLE 28, No. 14 VIRGINIA TECH 24 No. 16 WEST VIRGINIA 37, TEMPLE 7

1997 Sept. 20 No. 18 VIRGINIA TECH 23, TEMPLE 13 Sept. 13 No. 1 Penn State 52, TEMPLE 10 1996 Nov. 23 Nov. 2 Oct. 19 Sept. 21

No. 16 SYRACUSE 36, TEMPLE 15 No. 22 MIAMI 57, TEMPLE 26 No. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 30, TEMPLE 10 No. 5 Penn State, Temple 0

1995 Nov. 11 No. 21 VIRGINIA TECH 38, TEMPLE 16 Sept. 16 No. 7 Penn State 66, TEMPLE 14

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1994 Nov. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 15 Oct. 8 Oct. 1

No. 5 MIAMI 38, TEMPLE 14 No. 16 SYRACUSE 49, TEMPLE 42 No. 24 BOSTON COLLEGE 45, TEMPLE 28 No. 20 VIRGINIA TECH 41, TEMPLE 13 No. 4 Penn State 48, TEMPLE 21

1993 Nov. 13 No. 9 WEST VIRGINIA 49, TEMPLE 7 Oct. 30 No. 4 MIAMI 42, TEMPLE 7 Sept. 18 No. 21 California 58, TEMPLE 0 1992 Nov. 14 Oct. 31 Oct. 24 Sept. 12

No. 1 MIAMI 48, TEMPLE 0 No. 11 BOSTON COLLEGE 45, TEMPLE 6 No. 12 SYRACUSE 38, TEMPLE 7 No. 10 Penn State 49, Temple 8

1991 Nov. 2 Oct. 5 Sept. 21 Sept. 14 Sept. 7

No. 18 SYRACUSE 27, TEMPLE 6 No. 12 Penn State 24, TEMPLE 7 No. 8 Clemson 37, TEMPLE 7 No. 24 PITTSBURGH 26, TEMPLE 7 No. 20 Alabama 41, Temple 3


ALL-TIME BOWL APPEARANCES 

CINCINNATI (7-6/3-2) 1-1-47 Sun Bowl – Cincinnati 18, Virginia Tech 6 12-3-49 Glass Bowl – Cincinnati 33, Toledo 13 1-1-51 Sun Bowl – Cincinnati 13, West Texas State 14 12-21-97 Humanitarian Bowl – Cincinnati 35, Utah State 19 12-27-00 Motor City Bowl – Cincinnati 14, Marshall 25 12-29-01 Motor City Bowl – Cincinnati 16, Toledo 23 12-17-02 New Orleans Bowl – Cincinnati 19, North Texas 24 12-23-04 PlainsCapital Fort Worth – Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14 1-6-07 International Bowl — Cincinnati 27, Western Michigan 24 12-22-07 PapaJohns.com Bowl — Cincinnati 31, Southern Miss 21 1-1-09 FedEx Orange Bowl — Virginia Tech 20, Cincinnati 7 1-1-10 Allstate Sugar Bowl — Florida 51, Cincinnati 24 12-31-11 AutoZone Liberty Bowl — Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24 CONNECTICUT (3-2/3-2) 12-27-04 Motor City Bowl – Connecticut 39, Toledo 10 12-29-07 Meineke Car Care Bowl — Wake Forest 24, Connecticut 10 1-3-09 International Bowl — Connecticut 38, Buffalo 20 1-2-10 PapaJohns.com Bowl — Connecticut 20, South Carolina 7 1-1-11 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl — Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20 LOUISVILLE (7-7-1/2-2) 1-1-58 Sun Bowl – Louisville 34, Drake 20 12-19-70 Pasadena Bowl – Louisville 24, Long Beach State 24 12-17-77 Independence Bowl – Louisiana Tech 24 , Louisville 14 1-1-91 Fiesta Bowl – Louisville 34, Alabama 7 12-28-93 Liberty Bowl – Louisville 18, Michigan State 7 12-23-98 Motor City Bowl – Marshall 48, Louisville 29 12-30-99 Humanitarian Bowl – Boise State 34 , Louisville 31 12-29-00 Liberty Bowl – Colorado State 22 , Louisville 17 12-31-01 Liberty Bowl – Louisville 28, BYU 10 12-18-02 GMAC Bowl – Marshall 38, Louisville 15 12-31-04 AutoZone Liberty Bowl – Louisville 44, Boise State 40 1-2-06 Toyota Gator Bowl – Virginia Tech 35, Louisville 24 1-2-07 FedEx Orange Bowl – Louisville 24, Wake Forest 10 12-21-10 Beef ‘O’ Bradys Bowl — Louisville 31, Southern Mississippi 28 12-27-11 Belk Bowl — North Carolina State 31, Louisville 24 PITTSBURGH (12-16/4-6) 1-2-28 Rose Bowl – Stanford 7, Pittsburgh 6 1-1-30 Rose Bowl – Southern California 47, Pittsburgh 14 1-2-33 Rose Bowl – Southern California 35, Pittsburgh 0 1-1-37 Rose Bowl – Pittsburgh 21, Washington 0 1-2-56 Sugar Bowl – Georgia Tech 7, Pittsburgh 0 12-29-56 Gator Bowl – Georgia Tech 21, Pittsburgh 14 12-21-73 Fiesta Bowl – Arizona State 28 , Pittsburgh 7 12-26-75 Sun Bowl – Pittsburgh 33, Kansas 19 1-1-77 Sugar Bowl – Pittsburgh 27, Georgia 3 12-30-77 Gator Bowl – Pittsburgh 34, Clemson 3 12-23-78 Tangerine Bowl – North Carolina State 30, Pittsburgh 17 12-25-79 Fiesta Bowl – Pittsburgh 16, Arizona 10 12-29-80 Gator Bowl – Pittsburgh 37, South Carolina 9 1-1-82 Sugar Bowl – Pittsburgh 24, Georgia 20 1-1-83 Cotton Bowl – SMU 7, Pittsburgh 3 1-2-84 Fiesta Bowl – Ohio State 28, Pittsburgh 23 12-31-87 Bluebonnet Bowl – Texas 32 , Pittsburgh 27 12-30-89 John Hancock Bowl – Pittsburgh 31, Texas A&M 28 12-31-97 Liberty Bowl – Southern Mississippi 41, Pittsburgh 7 12-28-00 Insight.com Bowl – Iowa State 37, Pittsburgh 29 12-20-01 Tangerine Bowl – Pittsburgh 34, North Carolina State 19 12-26-02 Insight Bowl – Pittsburgh 38, Oregon State 13 12-27-03 Continental Tire Bowl – Virginia 23, Pittsburgh 16 1-1-05 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – Utah 35, Pittsburgh 7 12-31-08 Brut Sun Bowl — Oregon State 3, Pittsburgh 0 12-26-09 Meineke Car Care Bowl — Pittsburgh 19, North Carolina 17 1-8-11 BBVA Compass Bowl — Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10 1-7-12 BBVA Compass Bowl — SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6

RUTGERS (5-2/5-1) 12-16-78 Garden State Bowl – Arizona State 34, Rutgers 18 12-27-05 Insight Bowl – Arizona State 45, Rutgers 40 12-28-06 Texas Bowl – Rutgers 37, Kansas State 10 1-5-08 International Bowl — Rutgers 52, Ball State 30 12-29-08 PapaJohns.com Bowl — Rutgers 29, North Carolina State 23 12-19-09 St. Petersburg Bowl — Rutgers 45, UCF 24 12-30-11 New Era Pinstripe Bowl — Rutgers 27, Iowa State 13 USF (4-2/4-2) 12-31-05 Meineke Car Care Bowl – North Carolina State 14, USF 0, 12-23-06 PapaJohns.com Bowl – USF 24, East Carolina 7 12-31-07 Brut Sun Bowl — Oregon 56, USF 21 12-20-08 magicJack St. Petersburg Bowl — USF 41, Memphis 14 1-2-10 International Bowl — USF 27, Northern Illinois 3 12-31-10 Meineke Car Care Bowl — USF 31, Clemson 26 SYRACUSE (13-9-1/7-3) 1-1-53 Orange Bowl – Alabama 61, Syracuse 6 1-1-57 Cotton Bowl – Texas Christian 28, Syracuse 27 1-1-59 Orange Bowl – Oklahoma 21, Syracuse 6 1-1-60 Cotton Bowl – Syracuse 23, Texas 14 12-16-61 Liberty Bowl – Syracuse 15, Miami 14 1-1-65 Sugar Bowl – LSU 13, Syracuse 10 12-31-66 Gator Bowl – Tennessee 18, Syracuse 12 12-15-79 Independence Bowl – Syracuse 31, McNeese State 7 12-21-85 Cherry Bowl – Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 1-1-88 Sugar Bowl – Syracuse 16, Auburn 16 1-2-89 Hall of Fame Bowl – Syracuse 23, LSU 10 12-30-89 Peach Bowl – Syracuse 19, Georgia 18 12-25-90 Aloha Bowl – Syracuse 28, Arizona 0 1-1-92 Hall of Fame Bowl – Syracuse 24, Ohio State 17 1-1-93 Fiesta Bowl – Syracuse 26, Colorado 21 1-1-96 Gator Bowl – Syracuse 41, Clemson 0 12-27-96 Liberty Bowl – Syracuse 30, Houston 17 12-31-97 Fiesta Bowl – Kansas State 35, Syracuse 18 1-2-99 Orange Bowl – Florida 31,Syracuse 10 12-29-99 Music City Bowl – Syracuse 20, Kentucky 13 12-29-01 Insight.com Bowl – Syracuse 26, Kansas State 3 12-21-04 Champs Sports Bowl – Georgia Tech 51, Syracuse 14 12-30-10 New Era Pinstripe Bowl — Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34 TEMPLE (2-2/0-0) 1-1-35 Sugar Bowl — Tulane 20, Temple 14 12-15-79 Garden State Bowl — Temple 28, California 17 12-29-09 EagleBank Bowl — UCLA 30, Temple 21 12-1-11 New Mexico Bowl —Temple 37, Wyoming 15

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BOWL SUMMARIES 

2011-12 (3-2) BBVA COMPASS BOWL

discover orange BOWL

auto zone liberty Bowl

SMU 28, Pittsburgh 6

West Virginia 70, Clemson 33

Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24

West Virginia 14 35 14 7 Clemson 17 3 6 7

Cincinnati Vanderbilt

Jan. 4, 2012

Jan. 7, 2012 SMU Pittsburgh

21 0 7 0 0 3 3 0

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter SMU (7-0) Darius Johnson 50 pass from J.J. McDermott (Chase Hover kick), 10:15 SMU (14-0) McDermott 1 run (Hover kick), 2:27 SMU (21-0) R. Wimbley 2 run (Hover kick) 0:35 Second Quarter PITT (3-21) Kevin Harper 32 field goal, 12:30 Third Quarter SMU (28-3) Wimbley 1 run (Hover kick), 7:34 PITT (6-28) Harper 34 field goal, 3:21 Attendance: 29,726

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter CLE (7-0) Ellington 68 run (Catanzaro kick), 9:33 WV (7-7) Shawne Alston 4 run (Tyler Bitancurt kick), 6:54 CLE (14-7) Sammy Watkins 27 pass from Boyd (Catanzaro kick), 4:38 WV (14-14) Tavon Austin 8 pass from Geno Smith (Bitancurt kick), 2:49 CLE (17-14) Catanzaro 42 field goal, 0:45 Second Quarter WV (21-17) Austin 27 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick), 13:25 WV (28-17) Darwin Cook 99 fumble recovery (Bitancurt kick), 10:28 CLE (20-28) Catanzaro 43 field goal, 4:49 WV (35-20) Smith 7 run (Bitancurt kick), 2:29 WV (42-20) Austin 3 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick), 1:13 WV (49-50) Alston 1 run (Bitancurt kick), 0:04 Third Quarter WV (56-20) Stedman Bailey 6 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick), 12:35 WV (63-20) Austin 37 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick), 9:18 CLE (26-63) Hopkins 28 pass from Boyd (pass failed), 1:37 Fourth Quarter WV (70-26) William Millhouse 7 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick), 6:21 CLE (33-70) McDowell 4 run (Catanzaro kick), 1:01 Attendance: 67,563

NEW ERA PINSTRIPE Bowl

BELK BOWL

Rutgers 27, Iowa State 13

NC State 31, Louisville 24

Rutgers Iowa State

Louisville NC State

Dec. 30, 2011

0 17 0 10 - 27 6 0 0 7 - 13

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter IS (3-0) Zach Guyer 40 field goal, 13:41 IS (6-0) Guyer 46 field goal, 7:35 Second Quarter R (7-6) Jawan Jamison 1 run (San San Te kick), 12:39 R (10-6) Te 21 field goal, 10:30 R (17-6) Jamison 12 run (Te kick), 2:24 Fourth Quarter R (20-6) Te 29 field goal, 13:21 IS (20-13) Jeff Woody 20 run (Guyer kick), 10:00 R (27-13) Brandon Coleman 86 pass from Chas Dodd (Te kick), 5:47 Attendance: 38,328

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter NCST (7-0) T. Graham 6 pass from M. Glennon (N. Sade kick), 5:39 LOU (7-7) Teddy Bridgewater 8 run (Chris Philpott kick), 1:06 Second Quarter LOU (10-7) Philpott 32 field goal, 6:07 NCST (14-10) T. Palmer 35 pass from Glennon (Sade kick), 4:03 NCST (21-10) Graham 68 pass from Glennon (Sade kick), 1:35 Third Quarter NCST (24-10) Sade 34 field goal, 8:04 NCST (31-10) D. Amerson 65 interception return (Sade kick), 6:39 LOU (17-31) Nate Nord 2 pass from Bridgewater (Philpott kick), 2:00 Fourth Quarter LOU (24-31) Josh Bellamy 2 pass from Bridgewater (Philpott kick), 3:55 Attendance: 58,427

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter VAN (7-0) Zac Stacy7 run (Ryan Fowler kick), 7:34 Second Quarter CIN (7-7) George Winn 69 run (Tony Miliano kick), 14:17 CIN (14-7) Anthony McClung 8 pass from Zach Collaros (Miliano kick), 0:12 Third Quarter VAN (14-14) Jerron Seymour 5 run (Fowler kick), 3:53 Fourth Quarter CIN (17-14) Miliano 44 field goal, 14:41 VAN (21-17) Chris Boyd 68 pass from Larry Smith (Fowler kick), 14:03 CIN (24-21) Ralph David Abernathy IV 90 kickoff return (Miliano kick), 13:51 CIN (31-21) Isaiah Pead 12 run (Miliano kick), 1:52 VAN (24-31) Fowler 35 field goal, 0:24 Attendance: 57,103

Dec. 27, 2011

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BOWL SUMMARIES 

2010-11 (4-2) BBVA COMPASS BOWL

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

CHAMPS SPORTS Bowl

Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10

Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20

North Carolina State 23, West Virginia 7

Pittsburgh Kentucky

Connecticut Oklahoma

West Virginia 0 7 0 0 NC State 7 3 6 7

Jan. 8 2011

0 13 7 7 3 0 7 0

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter KEN (3-0) Craig McIntosh 50 field goal, 3:15 Second Quarter PITT (3-3) Dan Hutchins 21 field goal, 11:29 PITT (6-3) Hutchins 33 field goal, 3:30 PITT (13-3) Tino Sunseri 1 run (Hutchins kick), 0:34 Third Quarter PITT (20-3) Brock DeCicco 13 pass from Sunseri (Hutchins kick), 10:47 KEN (10-20) Moncell Allen 1 run (McIntosh kick), 0:41 Fourth Quarter PITT (27-10) Dion Lewis 2 run (Hutchins kick), 10:26

Jan. 1 2011

0 10 10 0 - 20 14 6 14 14 - 48

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter OU (7-0) James Hanna 8 pass from Landry Jones (Jimmy Stevens kick), 10:09 OU (14-0) Demarco Murray 3 run (Stevens kick), 0:24 Second Quarter CONN (7-14) Dwayne Gratz 46 interception return (Dave Teggart kick), 12:58 OU (17-7) Stevens 41 field goal, 9:57 OU (20-7) Stevens 24 field goal, 2:05 CONN (10-20) Teggart 37 field goal, 0:26 Third Quarter OU (27-10) Cameron Kenney 59 pass from Landry Jones (Stevens kick), 10:55 OU (34-10) Jamell Fleming 55 interception return (Stevens kick), 9:44 CONN (17-34) Robbie Frey 95 kickoff return (Teggart kick), 9:30 CONN (20-34) Teggart 38 field goal, 5:04

Dec. 28, 2010

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter NCST (7-0) Mustafa Greene 16 pass from Russell Wilson (Josh Czajkowski kick), 1:37 Second Quarter WV (7-7) Stedman Bailey 32 pass from Geno Smith (Tyler Bitancurt kick), 2:10 NCST (10-7) Czajkowski 45 field goal, 0:26 Third Quarter NCST (13-7) Czajkowski 38 field goal, 6:05 NCST (16-7) Czajkowski 40 field goal, 1:50 Fourth Quarter NCST (23-7) Jarvis Williams 7 pass from Wilson (Czajkowski kick), 3:55

Fourth Quarter OU (41-20) Ryan Broyles 5 pass from Jones (Stevens kick), 7:49 OU (48-20) Tony Jefferson 22 interception return (Stevens kick), 2:40

MEINEKE CAR CARE Bowl

new era pinstripe Bowl

BEEF ‘O’ BRADY’S Bowl

USF 31, Clemson 26

Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34

Louisville 31, Southern Miss 28

USF Clemson

Kansas State Syracuse

Southern Miss 14 7 0 7 - 28 Louisville 0 21 0 10 - 31

Dec. 31, 2010

7 10 7 7 - 31 3 10 0 13 - 26

7 7 7 13 - 34 7 7 13 9 - 36

Dec. 21, 2010

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter C (3-0) Chandler Catanzaro 27 field goal, 5:30 USF (7-3) Demetris Murray 25 pass from B.J. Daniels (Maikon Bonani kick), 0:39

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter KS (7-0) Daniel Thomas 51 run (Josh Cherry kick), 14:32 SYR (7-7) Marcus Sales 52 pass from Ryan Nassib (Ross Krautman kick), 3:17

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter SM (7-0) Quentin Pierce 32 pass from Austin Davis (Danny Hrapman kick), 12:06 SM (14-0) Desmond Johnson 62 run (Hrapman kick), 10:12

Second Quarter USF (10-3) Bonani 27 field goal, 13:42 USF (17-3) Dontavia Bogan 15 pass from B.J. Daniels (Bonani kick), 7:19 C (6-17) Catanzaro 44 field goal, 3:55 C (13-17) Jamie Harper 1 run (Catanzaro kick), 0:30

Second Quarter SYR (14-7) Sales 36 pass from Nassib (Krautman kick), 9:35 KS (14-14) Thomas 10 run (Cherry kick), 1:51

Second Quarter LOU (7-14) Cameron Graham 11 pass from Justin Burke (Chris Philpott kick), 11:21 SM (21-7) Davis 17 pass from Pierce (Hrapman kick), 9:15 LOU (14-21) Josh Chichester 10 pass from Burke (Philpott kick), 4:24 LOU (21-21) Bilal Powell 6 run (Philpott kick), 1:18

Third Quarter USF (24-13) Moise Plancher 2 run (Bonani kick), 9:47 Fourth Quarter USF (31-13) Daniels 8 run (Bonani kick), 13:58 C (19-31) Brandon Ford 6 pass from Tajh Boyd (pass failed), 1:47 C (26-31) Ford 10 pass from Boyd (Catanzaro kick), 0:43

Dec. 30, 2010

Third Quarter SYR (21-14) Delone Carter 7 run (Krautman kick), 12:11 KS (21-21) Chris Harper 10 pass from Carson Coffman (Cherry kick), 6:33 SYR (27-21) Carter 15 run (kick failed), 2:11 Fourth Quarter KS (28-27) Thomas 1 run (Cherry kick), 11:03 SYR (33-28) Sales 44 pass from Nassib (pass failed), 7:52 SYR (36-28) Krautman 40 field goal, 3:08 KS (34-36) Adrian Hilburn 30 pass from Coffman (pass failed), 1:13

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Fourth Quarter SM (28-21) Zeke Walters 8 pass from Davis (Hrapman kick), 14:55 LOU (28-28) Jeremy Wright 95 kickoff return (Philpott kick), 14:40 LOU (31-28) Philpott 36 field goal , 6:30

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2009-10 (4-2) PAPAJOHNS.COM Bowl

INTERNATIONAL Bowl

KONICA MINOLTA GATOR Bowl

Connecticut 20, South Carolina 7

USF 27, Northern Illinois 3

Florida State 33, West Virginia 21

South Carolina 0 0 0 7 Connecticut 10 3 0 7

USF No. Illinois

West Virginia 14 0 0 7 - 21 Florida State 3 10 10 10 - 33

Jan. 2, 2010

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter CONN (7-0) Kashif Moore 37 pass from Zach Frazer (Dave Teggart kick), 6:37 CONN (10-0) Teggart 33 field goal, 3:35 Second Quarter CONN (13-0) Teggart 44 field goal, 8:56 Fourth Quarter CONN (20-0) Andre Dixon 10 run (Teggart kick), 13:12 SC (7-20) Brian Maddox 2 run (Spencer Lanning kick), 3:24

Jan. 2, 2010

3 0 10 14 - 27 0 3 0 0 - 3

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter USF (3-0) Eric Schwartz 39 field goal, 10:17 Second Quarter NI (3-3) Mike Salerno 21 field goal, 13:19 Third Quarter USF (6-3) Schwartz 19 feld goal, 10:35 USF (13-3) A.J. Love 46 pass from B.J. Daniels (Schwartz kick), 5:12 Fourth Quarter USF (20-3) Love 7 pass from Daniels (Schwartz kick), 14:55 USF (27-3) Mike Ford 24 run (Schwartz kick), 6:25

Jan. 2, 2010

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter WVU (7-0) Jarrett Brown 32 run (Tyler Bitancurt kick), 11:45 FS (3-7) D. Hopkins 26 field goal, 7:02 WVU (14-3) Noel Devine 1 run (Bitancurt kick) 5:13 Second Quarter FS (10-14) J. Thomas 12 run (Hopkins kick), 10:57 FS (13-14) Hopkins 42 field goal, 0:08 Third Quarter FS (16-14) Hopkins 22 field goal, 12:15 FS (23-14) Thomas 19 run (Hopkins kick), 3:50 Fourth Quarter WVU (21-23) Ryan Clarke 5 run (Bitancurt kick), 14:56 FS (30-21) EJ Manuel 2 run (Hopkins kick), 8:54 FS (33-21) Hopkins 37 field goal, 2:02

allstate sugar Bowl

MEINEKE CAR CARE Bowl

ST. PETERSBURG Bowl

Florida 51, Cincinnati 24

Pittsburgh 19, North Carolina 17

Rutgers 45, Central Florida 24

Cincinnati Florida

Pittsburgh 0 13 3 3 North Carolina 7 3 7 0

Central Florida 7 10 0 7 Rutgers 14 14 10 7

Jan. 1, 2010

0 3 7 14 - 24 9 21 14 7 - 51

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter FL (6-0) A. Hernandez 7 pass from Tim Tebow (kick failed), 6:13 FL (9-0) C. Stugis 40 field goal, 1:20 Second Quarter FL (16-0) D. Thompson 7 pass from Tebow (Sturgis kick), 9:07 FL (23-0) E. Moody 6 run (Sturgis kick), 7:05 CIN (3-23) Jacob Rogers 47 field goal, 3:11 FL (30-3) R. Cooper 80 pass from Tebow (Sturgis kick), 3:02 Third Quarter FL (37-3) Moody 2 run (Sturgis kick), 11:13 CIN (10-37) Marcus Waugh 2 pass from Tony Pike (Rogers kick), 4:46 FL (44-10) Tebow 4 run (Sturgis kick), 2:06

Dec. 26, 2009

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter NC (7-0) G. Little 15 pass from T. Yates (C. Barth kick), 6:57 Second Quarter PITT (3-7) Dan Hutchins 31 field goal, 14:11 PITT (10-7) Dion Lewis 11 run (Hutchins kick), 11:08 NC (10-10) Barth 37 field goal, 1:05 PITT (13-10) Hutchins 31 field goal, 0:00 Third Quarter PITT (16-10) Hutchins 42 field goal, 9:11 NC (16-17) Little 14 pass from Yates (Barth kick), 4:00 Fourth Quarter PITT (19-17) Hutchins 33 field goal, 0:52

Fourth Quarter CIN (17-44) Armon Binns 3 pass from Pike (Rogers kick), 10:07 FL (51-17) C. Rainey 6 run (Sturgis kick), 7:06 CIN (24-51) Kazeem Alli 6 pass from Pike (Rogers kick), 3:43

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Dec. 19, 2009

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter RUT (7-0) Mohamed Sanu 5 run (San San Te kick), 8:37 UCF (7-7) Kamar Aiken 7 pass from Brett Hodges (Nick Cattoi kick), 4:31 RUT (14-7) Tim Brown 65 pass from Tom Savage (Te kick), 3:54 Second Quarter UCF (10-14) Cattoi 25 field goal, 14:56 RUT (21-10) Sanu 1 run (Te kick), 5:50 UCF (17-21) Aiken 34 pass from Hodges (Cattoi kick), 2:32 RUT (28-17) Billy Anderson 19 interception return (Te kick), 1:38 Third Quarter RUT (35-17) Sanu 11 pass from Savage (Te kick), 12:37 RUT (38-17) Te 43 field goal, 8:09 Fourth Quarter UCF (24-38) Jonathan Davis 2 run (Cattoi kick), 2:23 RUT (45-24) Damaso Munoz 35 kickoff return (Te kick)

2012 BIG EAST Football


BOWL SUMMARIES 

2008-09 (4-2) International Bowl

FEDEX ORANGE BOWL

BRUT SUN BOWL

Connecticut 38, Buffalo 20

Virginia Tech 20, Cincinnati 7

Oregon State 3, Pittsburgh 0

Buffalo Connecticut

Cincinnati Virginia Tech

Oregon State 0 3 0 0 Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0

Jan. 3, 2009

3 17 0 0 - 20 7 10 7 14 - 38

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter BUF (3-0) – A.J. Principe 38 field goal, 4:26 CONN (7-3) – Donald Brown 45 run (Dave Teggart kick), 4:07 Second Quarter CONN (10-3) – Teggart 32 field goal, 14:11 BUF (10-10) – Ray Anthony Long 0 fumble recovery (Principe kick), 11:36 BUF (13-10) – Principe 29 field goal, 2:53 BUF (20-10) – James Starks 4 run (Principe kick), 7:55 CONN (17-20) – Tyler Lorenzen 13 run (Teggart kick), 4:01 Third Quarter CONN (24-20) – Steve Brouse 4 pass from Lorenzen (Teggart kick), 3:25

Jan. 1, 2009

7 0 0 0 0 10 3 7

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter CIN (7-0) – Mardy Gilyard 15 pass from Tony Pike (Jake Rogers kick), 1:52

Dec. 31, 2008

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3 0

SCORING SUMMARY: Second Quarter OS (3-0) – Justin Kahut 44 field goal, 2:18

Second Quarter VT (7-7) – Tyrod Taylor 17 run (Dustin Keys kick), 13:00 VT (10-7) – Keys 43 field goal, 0:00 Third Quarter VT (13-7) – Keys 35 field goal, 8:32 Fourth Quarter VT (20-7) – Darren Evans 6 run (Keys kick), 11:29

Fourth Quarter CONN (31-20) – Lorenzen 15 run (Teggart kick), 4:44 CONN (38-20) – Dahna Deleston 100 interception return, 2:15

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Rutgers 29, North Carolina State 23

West Virginia 31, North Carolina 30

USF 41, Memphis 14

NC State Rutgers

West Virginia 21 0 3 7 North Carolina 14 9 7 0

Memphis USF

Dec. 29, 2008

10 7 0 6 - 23 6 0 10 13 - 29

SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter RUT (6-0) – Rob Cervini 6 run (kick blocked), 11:47 NCST (7-6) – Owen Spencer 44 pass from Russell Wilson (Josh Czajkowski kick), 7:56 NCST (10-6) – Czajkowski 33 field goal, 1:00 Second Quarter NCST (17-6) – Andre Brown 5 run (Czajkowski kick), 0:38 Third Quarter RUT (9-17) – San San Te 31 field goal, 10:14 RUT (16-17) – Tiquan Underwood 11 pass from Mike Teel (Te kick), 6:50 Fourth Quarter RUT (19-17) – Te 28 field goal, 13:31 NCST (23-19) – Anthony Hill 16 pass from Daniel Evans (pass failed), 9:21 RUT (26-23) – Kenny Britt 42 pass from Teel (Te kick), 8:30 RUT (29-23) – Te 24 field goal, 0:47

Dec. 27, 2008

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter WVU (7-0) – Noel Devine 18 run (Pat McAfee kick), 8:56 NC (7-7) – Hakeem Nicks 73 pass from T.J. Yates (Casey Barth kick), 7:22 WVU (14-7) – Alric Arnett 44 pass from Pat White (McAfee kick), 5:11 NC (14-14) – Nicks 66 pass from Cooter Arnold (Barth kick), 4:57 WVU (21-14) – Bradley Starks 35 pass from White (McAfee kick), 2:35 Second Quarter NC (16-21) – Safety, 13:23 NC (23-21) – Nicks 25 pass from Yates (Barth kick), 10:37 Third Quarter WVU (24-23) – McAfee 25 field goal, 9:00 NC (30-24) – Yates 4 run (Barth kick), 4:29 Fourth Quarter WVU (31-30) – Arnett 20 pass from White (McAfee kick), 7:14

2012 BIG EAST Football

Dec. 20, 2008

7 7 0 0 14 10 10 7

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SCORING SUMMARY: First Quarter USF (7-0) – Taurus Johnson 26 pass from Matt Grothe (Maikon Bonani kick), 13:58 USF (14-0) – Benjamin Williams 3 run (Bonani kick), 4:28 MEM (7-14) – Arkelon Hall 3 run (Matt Reagan