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2013

MEDIA GUIDE From the shorelines to the sidelines

VS Monday, December 23, 2:00 P.M. Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, FL

Table of Contents & Credits

Bowl Staff & Board Members ........................................4

East Carolina University

Bowl Quick Facts ...........................................................5 Media Information ..................................................... 6-7 Official Media Hotel & Headquarters .....................................8 Sirata Beach Resort & Conference Center Bowl Events To Cover .............................................. 9-10 Kickoff Luncheon Speaker - Dewey Bozella ................11 Bowl History ................................................................12 Game Recaps.......................................................... 13-17 Record Book ........................................................... 18-21 Players in the NFL ................................................. 22-24

CREDITS The 2013 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl Media Guide was developed by the bowl communications staff and its purpose is to assist the media with its coverage.

www.BeefOBradyBowl.com www.Twitter.com/BeefOBradysBowl www.Facebook.com/Beefobradysbowl

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Ohio University

Bowl Staff & Board Members

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl Leadership Team

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl Board Members

Clint Overby Senior Director of Events, ESPN Events

Paul Cumbie – Co-Chair

Brett Dulaney Executive Director

Jay Mize – Co-Chair Brett Dulaney Executive Director

Carlos Padilla Manager, Event Sponsorship & Marketing

Carlos Padilla Manager, Event Sponsorship & Marketing

Tom Cleary John Godsey Jim Henning

Blake Guthrie Associate Manager of Events

Dan Howat Shirin Kanji

Kathy Hnat Supervisor of Events Nicole Swickle Event Assistant

Katy Cleary

Jim Marshall Blake Guthrie Associate Manager of Events

Nicole Swickle Event Assistant

Kevin Mason Mike McNally

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl Media Relations Team

Carolynn Smith Rob Stuart

Jack Heilig Primary Contact

Jeffery Kamis Secondary Contact

Manny Nieves Bowl Intern

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Quick Facts

Date ............................................................................................................................... Monday, December 23, 2013 Time ..................................................................................................................................................2:00 p.m. (EST) Location .................................................................................................................................. St. Petersburg, Florida Stadium ..............................................................................................................................................Tropicana Field Surface .........................................................................................................................................................Field Turf Capacity.............................................................................................................................28,453 (fixed seating capacity) Last Year’s Game ..................................................................................................................... UCF 38, Ball State 17

TV Broadcast: ESPN & Watch ESPN Play-by-Play: Beth Mowins Analyst: Joey Galloway Sideline: Paul Carcaterra

National Radio: ESPN Radio Play-by-Play: Eamon McAnaney Analyst: Anthony Becht Sideline: TBA

Social Media www.beefobradysbowl.com twitter.com/BeefOBradysBowl www.facebook.com/Beefobradysbowl #BeefsBowl

Tickets Prices: $35.00 - $175.00 Ticket Outlets: Ticketmaster locations in Florida Groups of 20+: Contact 727-342-5777

Name History 2010 - Present: Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg 2009: St. Petersburg Bowl presented by Beef ‘O’ Brady’s 2008: magicJack St. Petersburg Bowl

Team Hotels East Carolina Team Hotel: The Renaissance Vinoy Resort 501 5th Avenue NE, St. Petersburg, FL 337001 Phone: 727-894-1000 Ohio Team Hotel: Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront Hotel 333 First Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33701-4342 Phone: 727-894-5000

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Media Information

Media Contacts Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl PR Jack Helig, 954-634-2299 / 954-288-8007 (cell) / jack@trifectateam.com Jeff Kamis, 813-784-3642 (cell) / jeff@trifectateam.com East Carolina Tom McClellan, Office: 252-737-1274 / Cell: 252-414-0990 / mcclellant@ecu.edu Ohio Tom Symonds, Office: 740-593-1193 / Cell: 330-283-8581 / symondst@ohio.edu

Media Hotel Sirata Beach Resort & Conference Center 5300 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, FL 33706 www.sirata.com Main Hotel Phone: 727-897-5200

Media Center Hours Date Palm & Blue Palm Conference Rooms, 3rd Floor 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday, December 20 thru Sunday, December 22

Credential Pickup Credentials will not be mailed. Media representatives may claim credentials at the Sirata Beach Resort & Conference Center media center beginning at 10:00 a.m., Friday, December 20. A photo ID is necessary for pickup. Individuals may claim all credentials issued to his/her media organization. Lost or misplaced credentials and/or parking passes will not be replaced. All media credentials remain the property of the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg and must be surrendered upon request

Practice Locations/Times East Carolina will hold their Friday and Saturday practice at Clearwater Central Catholic HS. ECU moves to Tropicana Field for the Sunday practice. Ohio will hold both of their practices at Tropicana Field. Tropicana Field: Media can park in Lot 2 and enter the stadium using Gate 4. Once inside you will take the elevator to the field service level and enter the field from the home plate entrance or via the 1st base dugout. Media should wear their game day credential to practice. Clearwater Central Catholic: 2750 Haines Bayshore Rd, Clearwater, FL Thursday, December 19 East Carolina: 6:45 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Friday, December. 20: East Carolina: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Saturday, December. 21: East Carolina: – 11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Ohio: Noon – 2:00 p.m.

Sunday, December. 22: Ohio: 2:00 pm – 3:00 p.m. East Carolina: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Media Information

GAMEDAY Stadium Information Media Parking: Lot 2 Media Entrance/Credential Will Call: Gate 4 Media Wi-Fi: The login and password to access Wi-Fi is provided on press box signage and on each seating placecard

Game Officials The NCAA has assigned Officials from the Mountain West Conference to the 2013 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg.

Media Will Call Credentials not claimed at the media headquarters by Sunday at 4:00 p.m. will be transferred to Tropicana Field and will be available for pickup on game day at Media Will Call (Gate 4) beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Press Box The Tropicana Field press box opens at 11:00 a.m., three hours before kickoff. The PRESS BOX is located on the 2nd Level. Radio broadcast booths are located on the 3rd Level. The media entrance is at Gate 4. Upon entering the building, bags will be inspected and tagged accordingly. Once inside the press box, please consult the seating chart for your seat location.

Photo Work Area The Tropicana Field Photo Work Area is located in the first base dugout. A field-level work area for computer editing will be setup with electric. Upon entering the area, please check-in with the Bowl PR Staff representative who will show you to your pre-reserved workspace. Table workspace on field level is limited, if requests exceed available space, additional work areas will be made available in the press box.

Post-Game Field Access Media are permitted access to the playing field in the closing minutes of the game. Elevators begin departing the Main Press Box at the 5:00 minute mark of the fourth quarter and will run to Field Level through the end of the game. The elevator is dedicated to media use at that time, so there is no hurry to leave the Main Press Box.

Post-Game Interviews Immediately following the end of the game is the Championship Trophy presentation at midfield. After the customary 10-minute “cooling off ” period, the non-winning head coach, Team MVP and selected players will be escorted to the interview room. The winning team head coach, Team MVP and selected players will follow. Only accredited media with proper credentials will be admitted. A sports information representative from each team along with Bowl PR Staff will be available to assist the media. Both team locker rooms are closed. Any additional player and/or coaching staff requests should be directed the school sports information staff.

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Bowl Events To Cover

Media planning to cover any of the events listed below should notify the Bowl media staff in advance. Team Announcement Press Conference Thursday, December 12, 2013 Time: 5:30 p.m. PUSH Ultra Lounge 128 3rd Street South St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Florida Casual The press conference is the official welcome to the participating schools in the 2013 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl. The Director of Athletics and Head Coach of each school will speak to media and guests in attendance.

Team Arrivals Thursday, December 19, 2013 East Carolina: Renaissance Vinoy Resort Time: 4:15 p.m. Friday, December 20, 2013 Ohio: Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront Hotel Time: 1:00 p.m. The head coach and select players will be available for interviews in the hotel lobby when the team arrives.

Beach Bash Saturday, December 21, 2013 Time: 4:00 p.m. Tradewinds Beach Resort The teams will have free time to enjoy the wonderful scenery and setting of St. Pete Beach for fun and friendly competition. Activities include a giant water slide, beach volleyball, water trikes, paddle boarding, a dunk tank and more. At 5:00 p.m., the teams will gather at the main pool area where the first round of bragging rights are up for grabs with multiple head-to-head competitions including the popular and hotly contested belly flop contest and talent competition.

VA Hospital Visit Sunday, December 22, 2013 Time: 9:00 a.m. Bay Pines VA Healthcare System 10000 Bay Pines Blvd., Bay Pines, FL 33744 Team captains, mascot and two cheerleaders from each team join Bowl Honorary Chairman Mike Alstott in visiting with patients at the Bay Pines VA hospital. ESPN/ Disney and the two participating teams will provide gifts to the patients. Contact Nathan Witt at 727-420-1748 for more information.

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Bowl Events To Cover

Kickoff Luncheon Sunday, December 22, 2013 Time: Noon Renaissance Vinoy Resort Business casual attire Coaches, student-athletes, athletics staff and official travel party join the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl staff, sponsors, community leaders and fans for a luncheon at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort. This year’s featured speaker is the 2011 Arthur Ashe Courage Award winner and boxer Dewey Bozella (full bio is on the next page). Both head coaches will also be speaking at this event. To attend, credentialed media need to register at the Bowl Media Headquarters by Saturday, December 21 at Noon (seating is limited for media). Both head coaches will be made available to the media prior to Kickoff Luncheon. Dewey Bozella will be available for media interviews in the ballroom at the conclusion of the luncheon.

Battle of the Bands Sunday, December 22, 2013 Time: 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tradewinds Beach Resort Fans, bands, cheerleaders and mascots in beach attire for an afternoon full of fun and festivities. The bands will battle it out on the white sands of St. Pete Beach playing a number of songs. The cheerleaders and dance teams will also perform routines. At 3:30 p.m., the cheerleaders will compete in a tug-o-war, followed by a band tug-o-war. The event will wrap up with the always thrilling eating contest. The event is free to the public.

Bowl Block Party Sunday, December 22, 2013 Time: 5:00 p.m. Ferg’s Sports Bar Downtown St. Petersburg - Central Avenue This is an evening full of fun and festivities for the fans. The school bands, cheerleaders and mascots will perform. The evening will also include live bands and interactive games. The Ohio University Marching 110 will begin its performance at 7:00 p.m. while the ECU Marching Pirates are set to play at 7:45 p.m. The event is free to the public.

Fan Tailgate Extravaganza Monday, December 23, 2013 Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Tropicana Field, Lot 7 Fans are encouraged to attend in their game day attire and enjoy the fun at our pre-game tailgate interactive area with entertainment for fans of all ages. The event is free to the public.

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Kickoff Luncheon Keynote Speaker

Past Kickoff Luncheon Speakers 2012 - Danny Wuerffel 2011 - Vince Papale 2010 - Kellen Winslow, Sr. 2009 - Gino Torretta 2008 - Lee Corso

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Bowl History

Conference Breakdown Conference

Teams

Games

Won

Lost

Pct.

3 4 1 1

3 5 1 1

3 2 0 0

0 3 1 1

1.000 .400 .000 .000

American Athletic Conference* Conference USA Mid-American Conference Sun Belt Conference

American Athletic Conference*

Conference USA

Louisville Rutgers USF

Marshall Memphis Southern Miss UCF

1-0 1-0 1-0

1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1

Mid-American Conference

Sun Belt Conference

Ball State

FIU

0-1

0-1

Year-by-Year Results Date December 20, 2008

Teams USF Memphis

Score 41 14

Coaches Jim Leavitt Tommy West

Team MVPs Matt Grothe Duke Calhoun

December 19, 2009

Rutgers UCF

45 24

Greg Schiano George O’Leary

Mohamed Sanu Kamar Aiken

December 21, 2010

Louisville Southern Miss

31 28

Charlie Strong Larry Fedora

Jeremy Wright Austin Davis

December 20, 2011

Marshall FIU

20 10

Doc Holliday Mario Cristobal

Aaron Dobson T.Y. Hilton

December 21, 2012

UCF Ball State

38 17

George O’Leary Pete Lembo

Blake Bortles Jahwan Edwards

* American Athletic Conference changed its name from the Big East Conference at the end of the 2012 football season.

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Game Recaps

GAME ONE

December 20, 2008 St. Petersburg, FL

Memphis

USF

14

41

Scoring

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

Final

South Florida Memphis

14 7

10 7

10 0

7 0

41 14

USF 29 49-232 264 32-20-0 100 2 1-1 7-70 34:44

Memphis First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Return Yards Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession

15 30-66 172 35-18-0 137 8 0-0 3-25 25:16

USF Mem Scoring Summary 7 0 USF - Johnson 26 yd pass from Grothe (Bonani kick) - 13:58 1st Quarter 14 0 USF - Williams 3 yd run (Bonani kick) - 4:28 1st Quarter 14 7 Mem - Hall 3 yd run (Reagan kick) - 2:58 1st Quarter 17 7 USF - Bonani 23 yd field goal - 11:18 2nd Quarter 24 7 USF - Busbee 13 yd pass from Grothe (Bonani kick) - 4:15 2nd Quarter 24 14 Mem - Calhoun 2 yd pass from Hall (Reagan kick) - 0:08 2nd Quarter 27 14 USF - Bonani 37 yd field goal - 8:36 3rd Quarter 34 14 USF - Bogan 24 yd pass from Grothe (Bonani kick) - 1:50 3rd Quarter 41 14 USF - Plancher 2 yd run (Bonani kick) - 12:40 4th Quarter

The inaugural game featured USF from the BIG EAST and Memphis from Conference USA. USF quarterback Matt Grothe, who earned the game’s Most Outstanding Player award, three for three touchdowns and rushed for 83 yards on 15 carries to lead USF to a 41-14 win. USF scored on four of its first five possessions to build a 24-14 halftime lead on its way to scoring more than 40 points for the fourth time in 2008. The Tigers entered the contest averaging more than 200 yards via their ground game, but the Bulls had the nation’s ninth-best rushing defense and it showed. USF held Memphis to only 66 yards on 30 carries, and Tiger running back Curtis Steele, a 1,00-yard rusher, gained most of those with 48 yards on 12 rushes.

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Matt Grothe, QB USF MVP

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Game Recaps

GAME TWO

December 19, 2009 Tropicana Field

Rutgers

UCF

45

Scoring

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

Final

Rutgers Central Florida

14 7

14 10

10 0

7 7

45 24

Rutgers 29 49-232 264 32-20-0 100 2 1-1 7-70 34:44

24

UCF First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Return Yards Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession

15 30-66 172 35-18-0 137 8 0-0 3-25 25:16

RU 7 7 14 14 21 21 28 35 38 38 45

UCF 0 7 7 10 10 17 17 17 17 24 24

Scoring Summary

RUTGERS - Sanu 5 yd run (Te kick) - 8:37 1st Quarter UCF - Aiken 7 yd pass from Hodges (Cattoi kick) - 4:31 1st Quarter RUTGERS - Brown 65 yd pass from Savage (Te kick) - 3:54 1st Quarter UCF - Cattoi 25 yd field goal - 14:56 2nd Quarter RUTGERS - Sanu 1 yd run (Te kick) - 5:50 2nd Quarter UCF - Aiken 34 yd pass from Hodges (Cattoi kick) - 2:32 2nd Quarter RUTGERS - Anderson 19 yd interception return (Te kick) - 1:38 2nd Quarter RUTGERS - Sanu 11 yd pass from Savage (Te kick) - 12:37 3rd Quarter RUTGERS - Te 43 yd field goal - 8:09 3rd Quarter UCF - Davis 2 yd run (Cattoi kick) - 2:23 4th Quarter RUTGERS - Munoz 35 yd kickoff return (Te kick)- 2:18 4th Quarter

Rutgers and Central Florida lined up against each other for the first-time ever in the second edition of the Bowl. The Scarlet Knights tied their season-best for points scored with a 45-24 win over UCF. Rutgers’ Mohamed Sanu, the game’s Most Outstanding Player, accounted for three of the team’s five touchdowns. Sanu caught four passes and two touchdowns. The Scarlett Knights three other touchdowns came on a 65-yard pass reception by Tim Brown an interception return by Billy Anderson and kickoff return by Damaso Munoz on an attempted onside kick by UCF. Rutgers defense held UCF’s offensive in check recording a bowl record six sacks.

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Mohamed Sanu, WR Rutgers MVP

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Game Recaps

GAME THREE December 21, 2010 Tropicana Field

Louisville

Southern Miss

31

Scoring

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

Final

Louisville Southern Miss

0 14

21 7

0 0

10 7

31 28

UL 15 29-109 178 32-20-0 172 7 1-1 9-54 31:12

28

USM First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Return Yards Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession

24 40-170 226 34-21-0 83 6 2-1 6-45 28:48

LOU USM 0 7 0 14 7 14 7 21 14 21 21 21 21 28 28 28 31 28

Scoring Summary

USM - Pierce 32 yd pass from Davis (Hrapmann kick) - 12:06 1st Quarter USM - Johnson 62 yd run (Hrapmann kick) - 10:12 1st Quarter LOU - Graham 11 yd pass from Burke (Philpott kick) - 11:21 2nd Quarter USM - Davis 17 yd pass from Pierce (Hrapmann kick) - 9:15 2nd Quarter LOU - Chichester 10 yd pass from Burke (Philpott kick) - 4:24 2nd Quarter LOU - Powell 6 yd run (Philpott kick) - 1:18 2nd Quarter USM - Walters 8 yd pass from Davis (Hrapmann kick) - 14:55 4th Quarter LOU - Wright 95 yd kickoff return (Philpott kick) - 14:40 4th Quarter LOU -Philpott 36 yd field goal - 6:30 4th Quarter

The 2010 game between the Louisville Cardinals from the BIG EAST and Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles from COnference USA was a thriller to the end and captured the highest television ratings (2.6) in the short history of the bowl, up more than 20 percent from the previous year. The game featured numerous highlights including a onehanded touchdown grab by USM QB Austin Davis on a trick play, a 62-yard touchdown run by USM’s Desmond Johnson and a 96-yard kickoff return by Louisville’s Jeremy Wright, plus many bone-jarring hard hits. The Cardinals prevailed 31-38 on a fourth quarter field goal by Chris Philpott, capping a successful turnaround season under first-year head coach Charlie Strong.

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Jeremy Wright, RB Louisville MVP

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Game Recaps

GAME FOUR

December 20, 2011 Tropicana Field

Marshall

FIU

20

Marshall 14 30-84 226 39-27-1 141 7 1-0 8-60 33:09

10

Scoring

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

Final

Marshall Florida International

3 7

7 3

0 0

10 0

20 10

First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Return Yards Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession

FIU

12 27-88 163 32-20-0 67 8 2-1 5-25 26:51

MAR FIU 3 0 3 7 3 10 10 10 13 10 20 10

Scoring Summary

MARSHALL - Warner 37 yd field goal - 6:37 1st Quarter FIU - Hilton 2 yd run (Griffin kick) - 1:31 1st Quarter FIU - Griffin 46 yd field goal - 5:41 2nd Quarter MARSHALL - Dobson 31 yd pass from Cato (Warner kick) - 0:23 2nd Quarter MARSHALL - Warner 39 yd field goal - 5:16 4th Quarter MARSHALL - Dobson 35 yd pass from Cato (Warner kick) - 0:30 4th Quarter

The fourth installment of the game pitted the Marshall Thundering Herd of Conference USA against the FIU Panthers of the Sun Belt Conference. Two key plays, one by special teams and another by the defense late in the fourth quarter propelled Marshall to a 20-10 win. With the score tied at 10-10, Marshall’s Zach Dunston blocked a punt that led to a 39-yard field goal by Tyler Warner with 5:16 remaining in the game. On the ensuing drive, Marshall’s Omar Brown forced a fumble on FIU star T.Y. Hilton on what would’ve been a successful 3rd down conversion that would’ve put the Panthers near midfield with 4:24 to go. Marshall’s offense ran the clock down to 38 seconds left when it had a 4th and 5. Coming out the timeout, QB Rakeem Cato hit WR Aaron Dobson on a 35-yard touchdown pass. Dobson earned Marshall’s game MVP honors with touchdown receptions of 35 and 31 yards to help Conference USA earn their first victory in the Bowl.

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Marshall MVP Aaron Dobson

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Game Recaps

GAME FIVE

December 21, 2012 Tropicana Field

UCF

Ball State

38

UCF

33 42-222 272 33-22-0 5 1 0-0 8-71 35:34

17

Scoring

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

Final

Central Florida Ball State

13 0

15 7

7 3

3 7

38 17

First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Return Yards Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession

Ball State 23 24-71 217 35-22-0 81 3 1-1 6-53 24:26

UCF BSU 7 0 13 0 13 7 21 7 28 7 28 10 35 10 38 10 38 17

Scoring Summary

UCF - Murray 7 yd pass from Bortles (Giovanetti kick) - 7:27 1st Quarter UCF - Murray 2 yd run (Moffitt kick blocked) - 3:59 1st Quarter BSU - Snead 7 yd pass from Wenning (Schott kick) - 10:41 2nd Quarter UCF - Bortles 6 yd run (Floyd pass from Bortles) - 5:50 2nd Quarter UCF - Murray 5 yd pass from Bortles (Moffit kick) - 0:05 2nd Quarter BSU - Schott 45 yd field goal - 7:54 3rd Quarter UCF - Worton 7 yd pass from Bortles (Moffitt kick) - 4:23 3rd Quarter UCF - Moffitt 25 yd field goal - 10:12 4th Quarter BSU - Snead 16 yd pass from Wenning (Schott kick) - 5:26 4th Quarter

In a game that pitted two nine-win teams, one of only four bowl games to have both teams have at least nine wins, Conference USA member UCF scored the game’s first 13 points and jumped out to a 28-7 halftime lead to coast to a 38-17 victory over Ball State of the Mid-American Conference. The Knights racked up 494 yards of offense, just two yards shy of the bowl record set by USF in 2008 against Memphis. Game MVP Blake Bortles accounted for 352 yards (272 passing, 80 rushing) as the redshirt sophomore threw for three touchdowns and ran for another. NFL Draft pick Latavius Murray caught a pair of TDs from Bortles and also ran for a score as he totaled 104 all-purpose yards. QB Keith Wenning and WR Willie Snead hooked up for a pair of TDs for Ball State as they made their eighth bowl appearance all-time.

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UCF MVP Blake Bortles

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Team Records Scoring Points Scored

45, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 41, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008

Fewest Points Scored

10, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 14, Memphis (vs. USF), 2008

Most Combined Points Scored 69, Rutgers (45) vs. UCF (24), 2009

Fewest Combined Points Scored 30, Marshall (20) vs. FIU (10), 2011

Points Scored, Half

28, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 28, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Points Scored, Quarter

21, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss – 2nd Qtr.) 2010 15, UCF (vs. Ball State – 2nd Qtr.) 2012

Offense Total Offense Yards

Most: 496, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008 Fewest: 238, Memphis (vs. USF) 2008

Total Offense Yards, Combined

782 UCF (494) vs. Ball State (288), 2012 734 USF (496) vs. Memphis (238), 2008 683 Southern Miss (396) vs. Louisville (287), 2010

Yards Per Play

Completion Percentage

Highest: 69 (27-for-39), Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 Fewest: 50 (14-for-28), Rutgers (vs. UCF),2009

Touchdowns Thrown

3, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 3, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville),2010 3, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008

Interceptions Thrown 2, UCF (vs. Rutgers), 2009

Rushing Yards

Most: 232, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 Fewest: 35, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009

Rushing Attempts

Most: 49, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 Fewest: 24, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012

Yards per Rush

Highest: 5.3, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 Lowest: 1.2, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009

Touchdowns Rushing:

2, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 2, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 2, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008

First Downs Most: 33, UCF(vs. Ball State) 2012 Fewest: 12, FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011 Combined: 56, UCF vs. Ball State, 2012

6.6 (494/75) UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 6.3 (380/60) Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 6.3 (496/79) USF (vs. Memphis), 2008

Rushing: 14, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 14, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008

Total Offensive Plays

Passing: 16, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 16, Ball State (vs. UCF), 2012

Most: 79, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008 Fewest: 59, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 59, FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011

Passing Yards Thrown

Most: 294, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 Fewest: 163, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011

Attempts

Most: 39, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2001 Fewest: 28, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009

3rd Down Conversions

Best Percentage: .75, 9-of-12, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 Worst Percentage: .267, 4-of-15 FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 .267, 4-of-15 UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 Most: 9 UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 Fewest: 3 Ball State (vs. UCF), 2012

4th Down Conversions

Most: 1 (1-for1) Ball State (vs. UCF), 2012 1 (1-for 2) Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011

Completions

Most: 27, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 Fewest: 14, Rutgers (vs. UCF),2009

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Team Records Defense Sacks By

6, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Tackles for Loss

11, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Interceptions

2, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Fumbles Fumbles

2, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 2, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Fumbles, Combined

3, FIU vs. Marshall, 2011

Fumbles, Lost

Punting Yards

337, Memphis (vs. USF), 2008

Average Yards Per Punt

42.1, Memphis (vs. USF), 2008

Net Yards Per Punt

40.1, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011

Time of Possession Most: 35:34, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012 Fewest: 24:26, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012

Attendance 29, 763, Rutgers vs. UCF 2009 25,205, Memphis vs. USF, 2008

1, Ball State (vs. UCF), 2012 1, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 1, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Fumbles, Lost combined

1, Ball State (vs. UCF), 2012 1, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 1, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009

Penalties Most: 10, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 Fewest: 3, Memphis (vs. USF), 2008

Penalties, Combined

Most: 15, UCF vs. Rutgers, 2009 15, Louisville vs. Southern Mississippi, 2010 Fewest: 10, Memphis vs. USF, 2008

Ball State Quarterback Keith Wenning

Penalty Yardage Most: 125, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 Fewest: 85, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011

Punts Most

8, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 8, UCF (vs. Rutgers), 2009 8, Memphis (vs. USF), 2008

Fewest

1, UCF (vs. Ball State), 2012

Punts, Combined

Louisville Wide Receiver Doug Beaumont

15, FIU vs. Marshall, 2011

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Individual Records

Top Five Most Touchdowns 1. T-2. T-2. T-2. T-2. 5.

3, Latavius Murray, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 2, Willie Snead, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 2, Aaron Dobson, Marshall (vs. FIU) 2011 2, Kamar Aiken, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 2, Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 Many with 1

Most Touchdown Passes T-1. T-1. 3. 4.

3, Blake Bortles, UCF (vs Ball State) 2012 3, Matt Grothe, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 2, Keith Wenning, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 Many with 1

Most Yards Passing 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

294, Tom Savage, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 272, Blake Bortles, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 236, Matt Grothe, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 226, Rakeem Cato, Marshall (vs. FIU) 2011 217, Keith Wenning, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012

Most Pass Attempts 1. 2. 3. T-4. T-4.

39, Rakeem Cato, Marshall (vs. FIU) 2011 34, Keith Wenning, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 33, Blake Bortles, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 32, Austin Davis, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 32, Justin Burke, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010

Most Completions 1. T-2. T-2. 4. T-5. T-5.

27, Rakeem Cato, Marshall (vs. FIU) 2011 22, Blake Bortles, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 22, Keith Wenning, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 20, Justin Burke, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 19, Wesley Carroll, FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011 19, Austin Davis, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010

Most Interceptions Thrown

1. 2, Brett Hodges, Central Florida (vs. Rutgers), 2009 T-2. 1, Rakeem Cato, Marshall (vs. Florida International), 2011 T-2, 1, Tom Savage, Rutgers (vs. Central Florida), 2009

Most Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

107, Desmond Johnson, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 89, Jahwan Edwards, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 87, Bilal Powell, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 83, Matt Grothe, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 80, Blake Bortles, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012

UCF Running Back Latavius Murray Longest Runs

1. 62*, Desmond Johnson, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 2. 35, Storm Johnson, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 3. 32, Matt Grothe, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 T-4. 29, Rob Calabrese, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 T-4. 29, Jamar Taylor, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 * Denotes Touchdown

Most Receptions 1. T-2. T-2. T-2. 5.

8, T.Y. Hilton, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 7, Willie Snead, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 7, Aaron Dobson, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 7, Doug Beaumont, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss), 2010 Many with 6

Most Receiving Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

99, Tim Brown, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 97, Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 90, Breshad Perriman, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 88, T.Y. Hilton, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 81, Aaron Dobson, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011

Longest Passes (Receiver from QB)

1. 65*, Tim Brown, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 2. 61, Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 3. 45, Breshad Perriman, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 4. 35*, Aaron Dobson, Marshall (vs. FIU) 2011 5. 34*, Kamar Aiken, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 * Denotes Touchdown

Most Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. T-5. T-5.

21, Latavius Murray, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 18, Bilal Powell, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 16, Tron Martinez Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 15, Matt Grothe, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 14, Jahwan Edwards, Ball State (vs.UCF) 2012 14, Joe Martinek, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 Source: Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images

Marshall Wide Receiver Aaron Dobson

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Individual Records

Top Five Longest Touchdown (Rush/Receiving) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65, Tim Brown from Tom Savage, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 62, Desmond Johnson, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 35, Aaron Dobson, Marshall (vs. FIU) 2011 34, Kamar Aiken from Brett Hodges, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 32, Quentin Pierce from Austin Davis, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010

All-Purpose Yards (Run, Rcv., KR, PR, IR) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

193, Quincy McDuffie (0/22/171/0/0), UCF (vs Rutgers) 2009 165, Jeremy Wright (31/0/134/0/0), Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 147, T.Y. Hilton (23/88/36/0/0), FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011 143, Tim Brown (0,99/44/0/0), Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 133, Mohamed Sanu (41/66/0/0/0), Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Most Kickoff Returns T-1. T-1. 3. 4.

6, Quincy McDuffie, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 6, D.A. Griffin, Memphis (vs. USF) 2008 4, Reggie Hunt, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 2, Four Tied

Most Kickoff Return Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

171, Quincy McDuffie, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 134, Jeremy Wright, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 107, D.A. Griffin, Memphis (vs. South Florida) 2008 74, Reggie Hunt, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 71, Dontavia Bogan, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008

Longest Kickoff Return

1. 2. 3. 4. T-5. T-5.

95*, Jeremy Wright, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 65, Quincy McDuffie, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 56, Dontavia Bogan, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 35*, Damaso Munoz, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 28, Troy Evans, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2001 28, Quincy McDuffie, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009

Most Punt Returns 1. 2. T-3. T-3. 5.

4, Andre Booker, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 3, Marcus Edwards, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 2, Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 2, Theo Wilson, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 1, Many Tied

Most Punt Returns Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

57, Andre Booker, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 16, Marcus Edwards, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 14, Doug Beaumont, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 13, Theo Wilson, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 Two Tied

Longest Punt Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

39, Andre Booker, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 15, Theo Wilson, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 14, Doug Beaumont, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 12, Marcus Edwards, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 11, Rocky Ross, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009

Most Field Goals

T-1. 2, Tyler Warner, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 T-1. 2, Maikon Bonani, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 2. 1, Five Tied

Longest Field Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. T-5. T-5.

46, Jack Griffin, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 45, Steven Schott, Ball State (vs. UCF) 2012 43, San San Te, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 39, Tyler Warner, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 37, Tyler Warner, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 37, Maikon Bonani, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008

Most Kickoffs T-1. T-1. 3. 4. 5.

8, Ted Dellaganna, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 8, Maikon Bonani, USF (vs. Memphis) 2008 7, Sean Galvin, UCF (vs. Ball State) 2012 6, Chris Philpott, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 5, Three Tied

Most Punts T-1. T-1. T-1. T-3. T-3.

8, Josh Brisk, FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011 8, Blake Clinigan, UCF (vs. Rutgers) 2009 8, Brent Sutherland, Memphis (vs. USF) 2008 7, Kase Whitehead, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 7, Chris Philpott, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss), 2010

Longest Punts 1. 2. 3. T-4. T-4.

60, Peter Boehme, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville) 2010 56, Brent Sutherland, Memphis (vs. USF) 2008 51, Blake Clinigan, UCF (vs. Rutgers), 2009 50, Chris Philpott, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss) 2010 50, Ted Dellaganna, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Longest Interception Return 1. 2. 3.

34, Richard Leonard, FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011 26, Damaso Munoz, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009 19, Billy Anderson, Rutgers (vs. UCF) 2009

Most Sacks 1. 2.

2, St. Beauharnais, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 1, 12 Tied

Most Tackles for Loss 1. 2. 3.

3, Korey Williams, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville), 2010 2.5, Tyson Gale, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 2, Five Tied

Most Tackles 1. 2. T-3. T-3. 5.

13, Jordan Hunt, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 12, Korey Williams, Southern Miss (vs. Louisville), 2010 11, Brandon Heath, Louisville (vs. Southern Miss), 2010 11, Tyrone McKenzie, USF (vs. Memphis), 2008 10, Sam Miller, FIU (vs. Marshall) 2011

Most Interceptions T-1. T-1. T-1. T-1.

1, Richard Leonard, FIU (vs. Marshall), 2011 1, Billy Anderson, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 1, Damaso Munoz, Rutgers (vs. UCF), 2009 1, Kemal Ishmael, UCF (vs. Rutgers), 2009

Longest Fumble Returns 1. 2.

5, Rashad Jackson, Marshall (vs. FIU), 2011 5 Tied at 0 yards

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Players in NFL 2012 -- Central Florida vs. Ball State Central Florida (3) Latavius Murray Kemal Ishmael A.J. Bouye

Pos. RB DB DB

Year 2013 2013 2013

Draft Rd. 6 7 FA

Team Oakland Raiders Atlanta Falcons Houston Texans

Current Team Oakland Raiders # Atlanta Falcons Houston Texans#

Ball State (1) Austin Holtz

Pos. OL

Year 2013

Draft. Rd. FA

Team Detriot Lions

Current Team

2011 -- Marshall vs. Florida International Marshall (3) Vinny Curry Omar Brown Aaron Dobson

Pos. DE DB WR

Year 2012 2012 2013

Draft. Rd 2 FA 2

Team Philadelphia Eagles Baltimore Ravens New England Patriots

Current Team Philadelphia Eagles Baltimore Ravens New England Patriots

Florida International (4) T.Y. Hilton Johnathan Cyprien Tourek Williams Caylin Hauptmann

Pos. WR DB LB OL

Year 2012 2013 2013 2013

Draft Rd. 3 2 6 FA

Team Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars San Diego Chargers Cleveland Browns

Current Team Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars San Diego Chargers Seattle Seahawks

2010 -- Louisville vs. Southern Miss Louisville (11) Johnny Patrick Bilal Powell Byron Stingily Doug Beaumont Adam Froman Cameron Graham Brandon Heath Mark Wetterer Greg Scruggs Jeremy Wright Alex Kupper

Pos. CB RB OT WR QB TE LB G DE RB OL

Year 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2013 2013

Draft. Rd 3 4 6 FA FA FA FA FA 7 FA FA

Team New Orleans Saints New York Jets Tennessee Titans Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons Tennessee Titans Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cincinnati Bengals Seattle Seahawks New York Giants Houston Texans

Current Team San Diego Chargers New York Jets Tennessee Titans

Southern Miss (9) DeAndre Brown Anthony Gray John Henderson Johdrick Morris Lamar Holmes Kelvin Bolden Austin Davis Ronnie Thornton Jamie Collins

Pos. WR DT DT TE OL WR QB LB LB

Year 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013

Draft. Rd FA FA FA FA 3 FA FA FA 2

Team Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers St. Louis Rams Baltimore Ravens Atlanta Falcons Washington Redskins St. Louis Rams Chicago Bears New England Patriots

Current Team

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St. Louis Rams Seattle Seahawks# Houston Texans

Atlanta Falcons St. Louis Rams New England Patriots

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Players in NFL 2009 -- Rutgers vs. Central Florida Central Florida (9) Torell Troup Michael Greco Jah Reid Bruce Miller Kamar Aiken Jamar Newsome Josh Robinson Josh Linam Adam Nissley

Pos. DT S OT DE WR WR LB LB TE

Year 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012

Draft. Rd 2 FA 3 7 FA FA 3 FA FA

Team Buffalo Bills Green Bay Packers Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Buffalo Bills Jacksonville Jaguars Minnesota Vikings San Diego Chargers Atlanta Falcons

Current Team Buffalo Bills (Injured Reserve)

Rutgers (23) Anthony Davis Devin McCourty Ryan D’Imperio Tim Brown Jack Corcoran Kevin Haslam Howard Barbieri Brandon Bing Jonathan Freeny Joe Lefeged Alex Silvestro Charlie Noonan Jonathan Freeny Mohamed Sanu Justin Francis Gregg Johnson Desmond Wynn Duron Harmon Khaseem Greene Steve Beauharnais Marcus Cooper Ka’lial Glaud Tim Wright

Pos. OL CB LB WR FB OL OL CB LB DB LB DT LB WR DE DE OL DB LB LB CB LB TE

Year 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

Draft. Rd 1 1 7 FA FA FA FA FA FA FA FA FA FA 3 FA FA FA 3 4 7 7 FA FA

Team San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots Minnesota Vikings New York Giants Houston Texans Jacksonville Jaguars Houston Texans Denver Broncos Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles Miami Dolphins Cincinnati Bengals New England Patriots Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers New England Patriots Chicago Bears New England Patriots San Francisco 49ers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Current Team San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots

Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings Atlanta Falcons#

San Diego Chargers Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens Miami Dolphins Cincinnati Bengals New England Patriots Tampa Bay Buccaneers New England Patriots Chicago Bears New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2008 -- South Florida vs. Memphis South Florida (21) Tyrone McKenzie Jarrett Buie Marc Dile Louis Gachette Cedric Hill Matt Huners Taurus Johnson Ryan Schmidt Nate Allen

Pos. LB DE OL DB TE OL WR OL DB

Year 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010

Draft. Rd 3 FA FA FA FA FA FA FA 2

Team New England Patriots Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Green Bay Packers Tampa Bay Buccaneers San Francisco 49ers Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee Titans Philadelphia Eagles

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Current Team Minnesota Vikings

Philadelphia Eagles

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Jerome Murphy Carlton Mitchell George Selvie Delbert Alvarado Kion Wilson Terrell McClain Mistral Raymond Chaz Hine A.J. Love Jeremiah Warren Quenton Washington Jerrell Young

DB WR DE K/P LB DT DB OL WR OL DB DB

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

3 6 7 FA FA 3 6 FA FA FA FA FA

St. Louis Rams Cleveland Browns St. Louis Rams Dallas Cowboys San Diego Chargers Carolina Panthers Minnesota Vikings Tampa Bay Buccaneers Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jacksonville Jaguars

Washington Redskins

Memphis (7) Clinton McDonald Duke Calhoun Kellen Heard Curtis Steele Charlie Bryant Ronald Leary Frank Trotter

Pos. DL WR DT RB DL OL DE

Year 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2012 2012

Draft. Rd 7 FA FA FA FA FA FA

Team Cincinnati Bengals New York Giants Oakland Raiders Baltimore Ravens San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers Jacksonville Jaguars

Current Team Seattle Seahawks Oakland Raiders Indianapolis Colts

Dallas Cowboys Houston Texans Minnesota Vikings

San Diego Chargers Dallas Gowboys

# Injured Reserve *Practice Squad As of December 2013

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