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RECORD BOOK SUPPLEMENT Hall of Famers.................................................. 2

Defensive Touchdowns................................. 28

Opponents’ Records..................................... 44

Consensus All-Americans............................... 5

Career Total Tackles...................................... 29

Mountaineers Who Have Played.................. 46

Network Television Appearances................... 7

Games with 100 or Fewer Passing

All-Star Participants...................................... 47

100-Yard Rushing Games............................. 10

Yards Allowed................................................ 31

Awards and Honors....................................... 49

200-Yard Passing Games.............................. 17

Season Leaders............................................. 32

All-Time Assistant Coaches.......................... 56

100-Yard Receiving Games........................... 21

Attendance Records..................................... 40

Series Records vs. FBS Conferences.......... 58

200/300-Yard Total Offense Games.............. 24

Night Games.................................................. 42


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Bruce Lee Bosley/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1982 AS A PLAYER West Virginia’s second-ever consensus All-American in 1955, Bruce Bosley was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1982. A native of Fresno, Calif., who grew up in Green Bank, W.Va., Bosley played on the 1954 Sugar Bowl team for the Mountaineers. That squad finished as the 10th-ranked team in the nation. He went on to a long and prosperous NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons for 13 seasons. A four-time Pro Bowl pick in 1960, 1965, 1966 and 1967, Bosley is a member of the San Francisco 49ers all-time team. The 6-2, 240-lb., center retired in 1969. He died April 25, 1995, in San Francisco, Calif.

Robert Clecker “Bobby” Bowden/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 2006 AS A COACH Bobby Bowden, the No. 2 all-time win leader among college football coaches had an impressive 44-year coaching career which included two national championships. He served as head coach at West Virginia University from 1970-75, compiling a record of 42-26 with two Peach Bowl appearances. The Birmingham, Ala., native graduated from Howard College (now Samford) in 1953 and began his coaching career as an assistant coach from 1954-55. He moved on to South Georgia Junior as head coach between 1956-58, before returning to his alma mater as head coach from 1959-62, posting a 31-6 record. His first stint at Florida State came in 1963 when he coached the wide receivers. He came to Morgantown in 1966 as offensive coordinator under Jim Carlen, before becoming the head coach in 1970. He left Morgantown in 1976 to become the head coach at Florida State and compiled a 316-97-4 record for an overall career mark of 389-129-4. He is the only coach in Division I-A football history to have enjoyed 14-straight 10-win seasons. His FSU teams finished an unprecedented 14-straight seasons in the Top 5 of the Associated Press College Football Poll, won the College Football National Championship in 1993 and 1999 and is 21-8-1 in bowl games.

Frank Cignetti, Sr./College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 2013 AS A COACH Frank Cignetti served as the offensive coordinator at West Virginia University under College Football Hall of Fame coach Bobby Bowden from 1970-75, before taking over as the Mountaineers’ head coach for four seasons (1976-79). The winningest head coach in IUP history, Cignetti led the Hawks to unprecedented success during his 20-year tenure from 1986 to 2005. He led the Hawks to conference titles in his first two seasons in 1986 and 1987 and subsequent Division II national title game appearances in 1990 and 1993. Cignetti took IUP to 13 Division II playoffs appearances, including six trips to the national semifinals, and he led the Hawks to at least a co-share of the PSAC Western Division title 14 times. Under his tutelage, IUP ranked in the Top 20 each season from 1986-2004, achieving undefeated regular seasons in 1991 and 1993. He retired after the 2005 season with an overall record of 199-77-1, finishing as the third-winningest active coach in Division II. His teams received the Lambert Cup 10 times as the top Division II team in the East. He was named the PSAC West Coach of the Year five times and the Kodak College Division Regional Coach of the Year three times en route to earning Chevrolet Division II National Coach of the Year honors in 1991. He coached 11 First Team All-Americans and 124 First Team All-PSAC performers.

Major Claybourne Harris/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 2009 AS A PLAYER A three-year starter at quarterback, the dynamic Major Harris became the first player in NCAA history to rush for more than 2,000 yards and pass for more than 5,000 yards in his career. As a freshman, Harris led the Mountaineers to the 1987 Sun Bowl. The following season, the quarterback led West Virginia to an undefeated season and a match-up with Notre Dame for the national championship in the 1988 Fiesta Bowl. He accounted for 20 touchdowns that season, while earning ECAC Player of the Year honors and finishing fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting. During his junior campaign, Harris threw for 17 touchdowns and ran for six, while setting school records for most total offense and quarterback rushing yards. He was a voted a first-team All-America, named the ECAC Player of the Year and finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting. Drafted by the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1990 NFL Draft, Harris spent several seasons playing in the Canadian Football League, Arena Football League and other semi-pro leagues. In 1999, he was inducted into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame.

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Robert Lee “Sam” Huff/Pro Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1982 AS A PLAYER COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTED: 1980 AS A PLAYER A name synonymous with West Virginia football, Robert Lee “Sam” Huff ranks among the all-time great NFL linebackers. At West Virginia, Huff was a 6-1, 230-lb. tackle before being drafted in the third round by the New York Giants in 1956. Shortly thereafter, the Farmington, W.Va., native became one of the greatest and most publicized linebackers in pro football history and the first defensive football player to make the cover of Time magazine. CBS produced a half-hour pro football documentary entitled “The Violent World of Sam Huff.” A fierce competitor and a great rival of Green Bay Packers linebacker Ray Nitsche, Huff earned Pro Bowl status five times, first as a Giant, and then as a Washington Redskin, where he finished his career in 1969. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1980 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1982.

Alfred Earle “Greasy” Neale/Pro Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1969 AS A COACH COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTED: 1967 AS A COACH A noted player and coach, “Greasy” Neale’s affiliation with West Virginia lasted three years as head football coach from 1931-34. Prior to his stay in Morgantown, Greasy (a nickname he had carried since childhood), was a three-sport standout at West Virginia Wesleyan before embarking on an eight-year major league baseball career with the Cincinnati Reds. While a baseball player, Neale also found time to play professional football in the fall. Upon his retirement as an athlete, Neale became a college coaching gypsy, guiding some of the nation’s finest football programs before taking the NFL Philadelphia Eagles coaching job in 1941. Introducing the “naked reverse”, man-to-man shifting defenses, the stutter series and a primitive form of the 4-3 defense during his pro football coaching tenure, Neale guided the Eagles to the 1949 NFL title. The Parkersburg native was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1967 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1969. He died November 2, 1973, in Lake Worth, Fla.

Donald Eugene “Don” Nehlen/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 2005 AS A COACH The winningest coach in WVU history with a 149-93-4 record, Don Nehlen served as Mountaineer head man from 1980-2000. During his 21 years as head coach in Morgantown, Nehlen guided the Mountaineers to 13 bowl games and two bids for national titles playing Notre Dame in the 1989 Fiesta Bowl and Florida in the 1994 Sugar Bowl. He coached 15 first team All Americans, 82 all conference players and 51 players that went on to play professional football. His resume included coaching stints in the Blue Gray, East West Shrine and Hula Bowl all star games, and he served as president of the 10,000 member American Football Coaches Association in 1997. Nehlen, a two time national coach of the year in 1988 and 1993, is a member of the Mid American Conference, Bowling Green, Gator Bowl, Chick-Fil-A Bowl and WVU Sports Halls of Fame. He also served as head coach of his alma mater, Bowling Green, from 1968-76, posting a 53-35-4 mark. The native of Canton, Ohio, was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2005.

Ira Errett “Rat” Rodgers/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1953 AS A PLAYER West Virginia’s preeminent all-around athlete, Ira Errett “Rat” Rodgers gained fame as a hard-charging fullback from 1917-19. Called one of “the finest football players in the land” by syndicated columnist Grantland Rice, Rodgers is unanimously considered West Virginia’s finest pre-World War II football player. A consensus All-American in 1919, Rodgers gained national notoriety after a 25-0 whipping of Princeton, against which he passed for 162 yards and two touchdowns. For the season Rodgers accounted for 147 points. Later an amateur state golf champion, the Bethany, W.Va., native remained at West Virginia as football (1920-25, 1943-45), baseball (1921-42) and golf coach (1949). Rodgers was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1953. He died February 22, 1963, in Morgantown.

Floyd “Ben” Schwartzwalder /College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1982 AS A COACH A two-sport letterman at West Virginia in football and wrestling from 1930-32, he achieved great success as a head coach on the prep and collegiate level. He coached high school football for six seasons in West Virginia and Ohio, winning two state championships at Parkersburg (W.Va.), prior to enlisting in the U.S. Army during World War II. Following his discharge, he was the head coach at Muhlenberg (N.J.) College from 1946-48, compiling a 25-5 record. He left there to become head coach at Syracuse, serving as head man there from 1949-73. His teams were an impressive 153-91-3, went to seven bowls, winning the national championship in 1959, and captured four Lambert Trophies (1952, 1956, 1959 and 1966). He was National Coach of the Year in 1959 and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1982. He died in 1993 at age 83.

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Clarence Wiley “Doc” Spears/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1955 AS A COACH A coach at West Virginia from 1921-24, Clarence “Doc” Spears was responsible for developing West Virginia’s great football fortunes of the early 1920s. During his coaching tenure in Morgantown, the school played in its first bowl game (East-West) in 1922, produced its first unbeaten team (also 1922), defeated Pitt, 9-6 that 1922 season (considered among the greatest wins in school history) and helped build a football stadium. A cordial and delightful man off the field, Spears was the opposite on it, evoking confrontations with sportswriters, alumni and fans alike. After his brief tenure in Morgantown where he also doubled as a practicing medical doctor, thus earning the nickname “Doc,” Spears also coached at Minnesota and Oregon among others, until retiring in 1935 to devote his full time to medicine, practicing in Ypsilanti, Mich. Spears was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1955. He died February 1, 1964, in Jupiter, Fla.

Joseph Lee “Jumbo Joe” Stydahar/Pro Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1967 AS A PLAYER COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTED: 1956 AS A PLAYER A brilliant, but under-recognized two-sport athlete at West Virginia until his graduation in 1936, “Jumbo Joe” Stydahar lost that distinction after surprisingly being the first player taken by the Chicago Bears in the 1936 NFL draft -- the first player ever selected by the organization. Born in Kaylor, Pa., and later a standout at Shinnston High (W.Va.), Stydahar was a giant of a man (6-4, 245-lbs.) who became a perennial NFL all-star at tackle. A sixty-minute performer with the “Monsters of the Midway,” Stydahar played without a helmet, one of the last performers to do so. He participated on three NFL championship teams with the Bears and was named to the official all-NFL team from 1937-40. He sandwiched a two-year stint in the Navy (1943-44) in the middle of his pro career, which finished in 1946. Following his playing career, Stydahar coached the 1951 Los Angeles Rams to the NFL championship, the organization’s first and only title. Stydahar was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1956 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967. He died March 23, 1977, in Beckley, W.Va.

Darryl Victor Talley/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 2011 AS A PLAYER A 1982 consensus All-American, Darryl Talley was one of the most dominant defenders in West Virginia University and Buffalo Bills history. A four-year starter at linebacker for the Mountaineers from 1979-82, Talley amassed 484 career tackles – the most by any WVU player when his playing career ended. His five tackles for loss in 1980 versus Penn State still stand as a WVU single-game record. For his career, Talley had 282 unassisted tackles , 202 assisted tackles, 28 tackles for loss and 19 quarterback sacks from 1979-82. The native of East Cleveland, Ohio, went on to stardom in Buffalo as a starter for 12 outstanding seasons at linebacker from 1983-94, never missing a game while playing for the Bills. Talley is the Bills’ all-time leading tackler with 1,137 career takedowns. He also recorded 38.5 sacks and 11 interceptions as a Bill. Talley spent the 1995 campaign with the Atlanta Falcons and played one more year with the Minnesota Vikings in 1996 before retiring.

Fielding Harris “Hurry Up” Yost/College Football Hall of Fame INDUCTED: 1951 AS A COACH Always in a hurry, thus the nickname “Hurry Up,” Fielding Harris Yost gained national acclaim as a college football coach at Michigan at the turn of the century. Yost’s travels included a stop at West Virginia, where he earned a law degree and played football in 1895-96. After his two years at WVU, the Fairview, W.Va., native took the Michigan coaching job at age 30 in 1900. Four years later, he showed his appreciation for his alma mater at West Virginia by beating the Mountaineers 130-0, a score that didn’t endear him to the West Virginia faithful. That 1904 Michigan squad was called the “Point-A-Minute” team. Later the athletic director at Michigan, he was singularly instrumental in building the nation’s largest football stadium at Michigan. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951. He died August 20, 1946, in Ann Arbor, Mich.

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WVU’S CONSENSUSAll Americans Aaron Beasley CORNERBACK, 1995 This Pottstown, Pa., native captured first team All-America honors from five different sources during a 1995 season in which he nabbed five interceptions. The year prior as a junior, Beasley led the nation with 10 picks. Of his 19 career interceptions (second all-time at WVU), three went for TDs. A Jim Thorpe and Football News defensive player of the year semifinalist as a senior, Beasley was a third-round selection of the Jacksonville Jaguars and played in the NFL for nine seasons with the Jaguars, New York Jets and Atlanta Falcons.

Bruce Bosley TACKLE, 1955 This Green Bank, W.Va., resident earned consensus All-America honors as a tackle in 1955, ending a 36-year West Virginia consensus drought. A terrific all-around player, Bosley played on the 1954 Sugar Bowl team and helped WVU to a threeyear 31-7 mark. A second-round selection by the San Francisco 49ers in 1956, the 1953 Academic All-American was a four-time all-pro as a member of the 49ers during his 13-year NFL career. Bosley was a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

Mike Compton CENTER, 1992 West Virginia’s fifth consensus All-American used equal amounts of brains and muscle to gain national acclaim. A native of Richlands, Va., Compton was cited by seven different sources for his consensus tag at center. One of four Rotary Lombardi Award finalists, he was a NCAA Today’s Top Six winner and was selected to speak on behalf of all NCAA student-athletes at the 1993 NCAA Convention in Dallas. A third-round pick by the Detroit Lions in 1993, the Academic All-American was a fixture at guard and center for the Lions for eight seasons before moving on to New England, where he won two Super Bowl rings with the Patriots and played one season with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Canute Curtis LINEBACKER, 1996 One of West Virginia’s most decorated defenders, linebacker Canute Curtis was the anchor of the nation’s No. 1-rated defense in 1996. The BIG EAST defensive player of the year and the school’s all-time sack leader with 34.5, the Amityville, N.Y., native was a finalist for the Butkus Award, the Football Writers Association Bronko Nagurski Award and the Football News defensive player of the year. He was a sixth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals.

Brian Jozwiak OFFENSIVE TACKLE, 1985 Mammoth offensive tackle Brian Jozwiak became Coach Don Nehlen’s second consensus All-American in 1985. Jozwiak gained consensus status at offensive tackle by earning first team All-America honors from five different sources. The seventh player taken in the 1986 NFL draft by the Kansas City Chiefs, the Catonsville, Md., resident was just the fifth Mountaineer to be taken in the first round of the NFL draft. Jozwiak played three NFL seasons before injury forced him into early retirement.

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CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICANS

Dan Mozes CENTER, 2006 Dan Mozes was named the Rimington Award winner, signifying the top center in the nation. He helped lead the Mountaineers to two 11-win seasons, two Top 10 final rankings and set the best four-year record in the school’s history. Mozes finished with a complete sweep, earning both unanimous and consensus All-America honors. He was a leader on one of the most explosive offenses in college football, ranking No. 2 nationally in rushing, No. 3 in scoring, No. 5 in total offense and No. 6 in fewest sacks allowed. West Virginia averaged 303 yards per game rushing, 38.9 points a game and 461.4 yards per game of total offense. He signed a free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings.

Ira Errett “Rat” Rodgers FULLBACK, 1919 Hailed as one of the nation’s finest pre-World War II football players, Ira Errett Rodgers is considered by several historians to be West Virginia’s finest all-around athlete. West Virginia’s first consensus pick in 1919 at fullback, the Bethany, W.Va., native amassed the single greatest season of any West Virginia player in 1919, leading the nation in scoring with 147 points. National syndicated columnist Grantland Rice labelled Rodgers “the finest all-around football player in the land” that season. Rodgers was enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame in 1953.

Todd Sauerbrun PUNTER, 1994 Considered among the top punters in NCAA football history, Todd Sauerbrun established an NCAA standard 48.4 punting average in 1994 on the way to consensus All-America status. Sauerbrun also set NCAA marks in career punting average (46.1) and season punts traveling longer than 50 yards (32). The AT&T national Long Distance Award winner earned a clean sweep of All-America teams in 1994 and had one punt travel 90 yards against Nebraska in the Kickoff Classic. The Setauket, N.Y., native was the 56th player taken in the 1995 NFL draft by the Chicago Bears (second round), the highest specialist taken since 1979. He also played for the Kansas City Chiefs and was named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-Century College Football Team for the 1900’s.

Steve Slaton RUNNING BACK, 2006 This three-year starter was a quick-footed and speedy runner who ran for a school record 1,744 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2006, helping lead the Mountaineers to a second-straight 11-win season. He was second in the nation in all-purpose yards, fourth in rushing yards per game and tied for No. 12 in scoring. Slaton finished with a complete sweep, earning both unanimous and consensus All-America honors. He ran for over 1,000 yards all three years, helping the Mountaineers to three-straight 11-win seasons and Top 10 rankings. While he was at WVU, he finished his career among the Top 10 active players nationally in career rushing yards, career rushing yards per game, career rushing touchdowns, career yards per carry, scoring touchdowns, total points and points per game and all-purpose yards per game. He also was named the most valuable player of the 2006 Sugar Bowl, finishing with a bowl record 204 yards against Georgia.

Darryl Talley LINEBACKER, 1982 Coach Don Nehlen’s first consensus All-America pick in 1982 (third ever at WVU), linebacker Darryl Talley captured first team All-America status on nine teams that season. A vicious hitter who finished his career as the school=s all-time leading tackler, Talley was among the first great Nehlen players that elevated West Virginia football nationally. Selected in the second round by the Buffalo Bills in 1983, the Cleveland, Ohio, native became a fixture on four Buffalo Super Bowl teams. Talley was a two-time NFL all-pro with the Bills.

Grant Wiley LINEBACKER, 2003 Four-year starter who anchored the Mountaineer defense from his linebacker post. Surpassed fellow consensus All-American Darryl Talley to become the school’s all-time leading tackler in 2003. Finished his career with 492 total tackles in becoming WVU’s ninth consensus All-American. The Trappe, Pa., native displayed the knack for making big plays for the Mountaineer defense and finished his career as WVU’s career leader in tackles for loss with 47.5.

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Nov. 22, 2003 National Cable Nov. 15, 2003 National Cable Oct. 22, 2003 National Cable Oct. 2, 2003 National Cable Aug. 30, 2003 National Cable Dec. 28, 2002 National Cable Nov. 30, 2002 Regional Network National Cable Nov. 20, 2002 Nov. 9, 2002 National Cable Oct. 26, 2002 National Cable Oct. 5, 2002 National Cable Nov. 24, 2001 National Cable Oct. 25, 2001 National Cable National Network Oct. 13, 2001 Oct. 6, 2001 National Cable Sept. 2, 2001 Regional Network Dec. 28, 2000 National Cable Nov. 24, 2000 Regional Network Nov. 18, 2000 National Cable Regional Network Oct. 21, 2000 Oct. 12, 2000 National Cable Sept. 23, 2000 Regional Network Sept. 16, 2000 National Cable Sept. 2, 2000 National Cable Nov. 27, 1999 National Cable Nov. 13, 1999 National Cable Nov. 6, 1999 Regional Network Oct. 30, 1999 Regional Network Sept. 25, 1999 Regional Network Sept. 18, 1999 National Cable Sept. 4, 1999 National Cable Dec. 26, 1998 National Cable Nov. 27, 1998 Regional Network National Cable Nov. 21, 1998 Nov. 7, 1998 National Cable Oct. 24, 1998 Regional Network Oct. 3, 1998 National Cable Sept. 19, 1998 National Cable Sept. 5, 1998 National Network Dec. 29, 1997 National Cable Nov. 28, 1997 Regional Network Nov. 22, 1997 National Network Nov. 1, 1997 National Cable Oct. 25, 1997 Regional Network Sept. 27, 1997 Regional Network Sept. 13, 1997 National Cable National Cable Sept. 6, 1997 Jan. 1, 1997 National Network Nov. 23, 1996 National Cable Nov. 2, 1996 National Network Oct. 26, 1996 National Cable Oct. 5, 1996 National Network Sept. 28, 1996 National Cable Aug. 31, 1996 National Cable Nov. 24, 1995 National Cable Jan. 2, 1995 National Network Nov. 24, 1994 National Cable Sept. 22, 1994 National Cable Aug. 28, 1994 National Network

Jan. 1, 1994 National Network Nov. 26, 1993 National Cable Nov. 20, 1993 Regional Network Oct. 30, 1993 National Cable Oct. 31, 1992 National Cable Oct. 24, 1992 National Network Nov. 23, 1991 National Cable Oct. 26, 1991 National Cable National Cable Aug. 31, 1991 Nov. 22, 1990 National Cable Dec. 30, 1989 National Cable Nov. 23, 1989 National Cable National Cable Nov. 4, 1989 Sept. 30, 1989 National Cable Jan. 2, 1989 National Network Nov. 19, 1988 National Cable National Network Oct. 29, 1988 Dec. 25, 1987 National Network Nov. 1, 1986 National Cable Regional Network Oct. 11, 1986 Nov. 30, 1985 Regional Cable National Cable Nov. 2, 1985 Oct. 26, 1985 Regional Network Sept. 21, 1985 National Cable Dec. 31, 1984 National Network Oct. 27, 1984 National Cable Oct. 20, 1984 National Network Dec. 23, 1983 National Cable Nov. 19, 1983 Regional Network Regional Network Oct. 15, 1983 Oct. 1, 1983 Regional Network Sept. 24, 1983 Regional Network Sept. 17, 1983 National Cable National Network Dec. 30, 1982 Nov. 11, 1982 National Cable Oct. 2, 1982 Regional Network Dec. 31, 1981 National Network Nov. 21, 1981 Regional Network Nov. 13, 1976 Regional Network Dec. 31, 1975 National Network Nov. 8, 1975 Regional Network Dec. 29, 1972 National Network Oct. 28, 1972 Regional Network Dec. 30, 1969 National Network Sept. 23, 1967 Regional Network Dec. 19, 1964 National Network Oct. 19, 1963 Regional Network Oct. 31, 1959 Regional Network Jan. 1, 1954 National Network

at Syracuse ESPN2 Pitt ESPN2 Virginia Tech ESPN at Miami ESPN Wisconsin ESPN vs. Virginia ESPN2 (Continental Tire Bowl) at Pitt ABC at Virginia Tech ESPN2 Boston College ESPN Miami ESPN2 Maryland ESPN2 Pitt ESPN at Miami ESPN2 at Notre Dame NBC Virginia Tech ESPN2 at Boston College ABC vs. Mississippi ESPN (Music City Bowl) at Pitt CBS East Carolina ESPN Notre Dame CBS at Virginia Tech ESPN Miami CBS Maryland ESPN2 Boston College ESPN Pitt ESPN at Boston College ESPN Virginia Tech CBS at Miami CBS at Syracuse CBS at Maryland ESPN2 vs. East Carolina ESPN2 (Charlotte, N.C.) vs. Missouri ESPN (Insight.com Bowl) at Pitt CBS Boston College ESPN Syracuse ESPN Miami CBS at Navy Fox Sports Maryland ESPN2 Ohio State CBS vs. Georgia Tech TBS (Carquest Bowl) Pitt CBS at Notre Dame NBC at Syracuse ESPN Virginia Tech CBS at Miami CBS at Boston College ESPN East Carolina ESPN vs. North Carolina NBC (Toyota Gator Bowl) at Virginia Tech ESPN2 Syracuse CBS Miami ESPN Boston College CBS Maryland ESPN2 at Pitt ESPN Pitt ESPN vs. South Carolina CBS (Carquest Bowl) Syracuse ESPN at Virginia Tech ESPN vs. Nebraska ABC (Kickoff Classic, East Rutherford, N.J.)

0.57 1.53 2.02 3.27 1.82 2.01

34-23 52-31 28-7 20-22 17-24 22-48

3.7* 1.8 1.0 1.05 0.39 1.33 1.24 2.36 0.58 2.03 2.1

24-17 21-18 24-14 23-40 17-48 17-23 3-45 24-34 0-35 10-34 49-38

2.6 1.0 1.8 2.3 2.5 0.8 1.2 1.3 0.9 2.9 1.8 2.7 0.7 0.7

28-38 42-24 28-42 20-48 10-47 30-17 34-14 52-21 17-34 20-22 20-28 7-30 0-33 23-30

3.1

31-34

2.6 0.7 2.3 3.0 -- 0.4 3.9 2.2

52-14 35-10 35-28 31-34 45-24 42-20 17-34 30-35

3.2 2.5 2.0 2.6 2.5 1.0 1.5 5.7

38-41 14-21 10-40 30-17 28-17 24-31 24-17 13-20

0.8 3.5 1.7 1.9 0.9 2.3 1.2 --

14-31 7-30 7-10 34-17 13-0 34-0 21-0 21-24

2.4 2.0 5.2

13-0 6-34 0-31

WVUFOOTBALL

vs. Florida ABC (USF&G Sugar Bowl) at Boston College ESPN Miami ABC at Syracuse ESPN at Miami ESPN Penn State ABC at Syracuse ESPN at Penn State ESPN Pitt ESPN at South Carolina ESPN vs. Clemson ESPN (Mazda Gator Bowl) at Syracuse ESPN at Penn State ESPN Pitt ESPN vs. Notre Dame NBC (Sunkist Fiesta Bowl) Syracuse ESPN Penn State CBS vs. Oklahoma State CBS (John Hancock Sun Bowl) Penn State ESPN Miami ABC at Syracuse ESPN at Virginia WTBS at Penn State ABC at Maryland WTBS vs. TCU Mizlou (Bluebonnet Bowl) Penn State ESPN Boston College ABC vs. Kentucky WTBS (Hall of Fame Bowl) at Syracuse ABC Virginia Tech CBS Pitt CBS at Boston College ABC at Maryland WTBS vs. Florida State ABC (Gator Bowl) at Rutgers WTBS at Pitt ABC vs. Florida CBS (Peach Bowl) at Syracuse ABC at Pitt ABC vs. NC State Mizlou (Peach Bowl) Pitt ABC vs. NC State Mizlou (Peach Bowl) Penn State ABC vs. South Carolina Mizlou (Peach Bowl) Virginia Military ABC vs. Utah ABC (Liberty Bowl) Pitt CBS Penn State ABC vs. Georgia Tech ABC (Sugar Bowl)

5.2

7-41

5.6 7.4 3.1 4.0 6.3 2.0 2.1 2.6 2.8 6.2

17-14 17-14 43-0 23-35 26-40 10-16 6-51 3-34 10-29 7-27

4.8 3.5 5.0 17.0

24-17 9-19 31-31 21-34

3.3 5.5 6.0

31-9 51-30 33-35

3.4 7.9 4.2 1.2 5.4 1.8 --

0-19 14-58 13-10 7-27 0-27 0-28 31-14

6.3 7.5 3.9

17-14 21-20 20-16

9.4 4.9 9.0 7.1 3.9 13.3

16-27 13-0 24-21 27-17 31-21 12-31

-- 7.6 --

44-17 13-16 26-6

13.8 -- --

24-27 16-24 13-10

-- --

17-14 13-49

-- --

19-28 14-3

-- --

21-9 6-32

-- -- --

10-13 10-28 19-42

* 20.3 in Pittsburgh market + No clearance in Pittsburgh market; broadcast went to 15% of nation Rating for network broadcasts (ABC, CBS, NBC) are based on national average for time slot.

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100-YARD RUSHING Games

C/Yds Name

Opponent

21/344 25/337 32/291 22/291 30/260 15/247 32/234 35/228 22/220 22/220 23/220 23/215 24/214 10/213 26/210 34/208 35/208 31/207 17/207 25/206 35/206 9/205 26/204 33/203 10/202* 21/200 31/199 11/199 14/198 26/198 22/197 21/195 33/195 20/193 23/192 18/192 23/191 31/189 18/188 31/188 21/187 16/186 26/185 42/184 32/182 35/181 23/181 34/179 23/178 33/178 29/178 11/177 40/177

Oklahoma East Carolina Bowling Green Temple East Carolina Syracuse Notre Dame Rutgers Colorado Pitt Pitt Pitt Boston College Marietta Pitt Pitt South Carolina Texas Auburn Miami Temple Virginia Military Georgia Marshall Marietta Louisville East Carolina Pitt East Carolina Syracuse Pitt Maryland Syracuse Cincinnati Tulsa Pitt Virginia Tech Syracuse Syracuse Louisville (3 OT) Cincinnati Connecticut Mississippi State West Virginia Wesleyan William & Mary Kent State Tulane Pitt Connecticut Virginia Tech Virginia South Florida Rutgers

10

Tavon Austin Kay/Jay Harris Dustin Garrison Kerry Marbury Avon Cobourne Pat White Amos Zereoue Amos Zereoue Noel Devine Pat White Pat White Steve Slaton Andrew Wood Armin Mahrt Avon Cobourne Quincy Wilson Edward Williams Andrew Buie Noel Devine Amos Zereoue Undra Johnson Ted Anderson Steve Slaton Steve Slaton Ira Errett Rodgers Pat White Amos Zereoue Edward Williams Quincy Wilson Robert Walker Michael Beasley Steve Slaton Edward Silverio Avon Cobourne Amos Zereoue Garrett Ford Sr. Anthony Brown Amos Zereoue Noel Devine Steve Slaton Robert Alexander Pat White Steve Slaton George Allen Garrett Ford Sr. Avon Cobourne Arthur Owens Steve Slaton Noel Devine Quincy Wilson Dwayne Woods Pat White Quincy Wilson

Date

11/17/2012 9/4/2004 10/1/2011 10/23/71 9/28/2002 10/14/2006 11/22/97 11/14/98 10/1/2009 11/16/2006 11/24/2005 11/16/2006 9/11/71 10/7/22 11/27/99 11/15/2003 12/30/69 10/6/2012 10/23/2008 9/27/97 11/16/85 10/24/53 1/2/2006 9/2/2006 9/27/19 11/22/2008 9/6/97 10/25/69 9/28/2002 10/30/93 9/29/90 9/14/2006 11/23/68 9/14/2002 9/26/98 10/2/65 10/188 11/7/98 10/11/2008 10/15/2005 9/6/80 11/24/2007 10/7/2006 11/18/33 9/24/66 9/22/2001 9/28/74 11/24/2005 10/24/2009 10/22/2003 11/17/73 12/3/2005 10/11/2003

C/Yds Name

Opponent

19/177 24/177 26/175 23/175 27/174 35/173 33/173 19/171 21/171 19/170 ??/170* 26/169 30/169 24/169 16/168 25/168 11/167 25/167 32/167 25/167 23/167 23/166 24/165 25/165 23/165 24/164 22/163 20/163 18/163 16/163 25/161 25/161 27/161 32/161 19/160 4/159 16/159 21/159 12/158 26/158 26/157 27/157 25/157 22/156 16/156 27/155 24/154 13/154 21/154 29/153 15/153 23/153 28/153

Louisville Syracuse Miami Richmond Marshall Ohio Richmond Southern Methodist Kent State Colorado State Cincinnati Notre Dame Virginia Tech Tulane Florida State Maryland Virginia Tech East Carolina Oklahoma State Louisville William & Mary Syracuse Texas Maryland Virginia Tech Virginia Texas Tech Syracuse Pitt Rutgers Louisville Maryland Virginia Tech Maryland George Washington Syracuse William & Mary Oklahoma A&M Virginia Military Washington & Lee Virginia Tech Richmond Citadel Rutgers Virginia Tech Cincinnati TCU Louisville Penn State Virginia Tech Syracuse Pitt Xavier

John Holifield Dwayne Woods Avon Cobourne Kerry Marbury Amos Zereoue Avon Cobourne Robert Gresham Arthur Owens Arthur Owens James Braxton Homer Martin Avon Cobourne Anthony Brown Robert Gresham Noel Devine Anthony Brown Ira Errett Rodgers Undra Johnson Anthony Brown Undra Johnson Andrew Wood Avon Cobourne Wendell Smallwood Robert Gresham Clay Hite Robert Alexander Wendell Smallwood Steve Slaton Robert Walker Major Harris Robert Walker Robert Walker John Holifield James Braxton Richard Leftridge Danny Buggs Robert Gresham Clarence Keefer Andrew Wood Gus Ekberg Adrian Murrell Andrew Wood Garrett Ford Sr. Pat White Arthur Owens Pat White Charles Sims Noel Devine Adrian Murrell Amos Zereoue Kirk Lewis Garrett Ford Sr. Harry Clarke

Date 9/7/85 11/20/76 10/26/2002 9/16/72 8/30/97 9/8/2001 11/15/69 10/4/75 11/1/75 10/24/70 10/1/21 10/13/2001 11/7/87 9/27/69 1/1/2010 9/19/87 11/10/17 10/8/88 12/25/87 11/15/86 9/12/70 11/4/2000 11/14/2015 11/28/70 11/13/15 10/4/80 11/7/2015 10/14/2006 10/23/93 11/11/89 10/9/93 9/18/93 10/4/86 9/20/69 11/20/65 11/18/72 11/8/69 11/10/28 9/26/70 11/10/23 9/26/92 9/19/70 11/5/66 10/27/2007 11/23/74 11/17/2007 11/2/2013 11/22/2008 10/24/92 10/25/97 11/9/74 10/8/66 10/16/37


100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

C/Yds Name

Opponent

12/153 18/153 31/152 23/152 23/152 41/151 23/151 20/150 16/150 28/150 45/150 24/149 15/149 32/149 16/149 12/148 19/148 26/148 19/147 22/147 23/147 24/147 19/147 19/147 22/146 24/146 28/146 24/146 22/145 30/145 31/145 14/145 31/145 36/145 22/145 21/144 20/144 32/143 29/143 32/142 18/142 25/141 25/141 16/141 20/141 30/141 16/141 21/141 25/139 20/139 22/139 ??/139* 25/138 25/138 26/137 28/137 17/137 5/136 18/136 10/136 24/135 24/135 12/135

Bethany Bethany Bowling Green Hawaii Virginia Military Pitt Ohio Oklahoma Boston College Washington & Jefferson Georgetown Iowa State Pitt Kentucky Western Michigan Cincinnati Colorado Virginia Tech Oklahoma State Maryland West Virginia Wesleyan Louisville East Carolina Rutgers Iowa State Marshall Rutgers California Georgia Tech Maryland Maryland Virginia Tech Indiana Boston College Washington & Lee William & Mary Rutgers Boston College Pitt Maryland Miami (Ohio) Kansas State Rutgers Temple Maryland Boston College Bethany Washington & Jefferson Rutgers Kentucky Virginia Tech Pitt Boston College Maryland Maryland Purdue Arizona State Maryland Temple Virginia UCF Maryland Pitt

Francis Farley Ira Errett Rodgers Adrian Murrell Robert Alexander Brian Chiles Amos Zereoue George Hill Pat White Adrian Murrell George Allen George Allen Charles Sims Robert Gresham Tommy Gray Amos Zereoue Steve Slaton Pat White Amos Zereoue Wendell Smallwood Wendell Smallwood Ira Errett Rodgers Pat White Quincy Wilson Avon Cobourne Rushel Shell Steve Slaton Tommy Gray Heywood Smith Pat White Amos Zereoue Amos Zereoue Dwayne Woods Robert Gresham Robert Barnum Carl Beck Kerry Marbury Jack Simons Amos Zereoue Adrian Murrell Kay/Jay Harris Avon Cobourne Wendell Smallwood Avon Cobourne Alvin Swoope Adrian Murrell John Holifield Woody Bruder Nick Nardacci Steve Slaton Peter Secret Tommy Allman Carl Beck Avon Cobourne Garrett Ford Sr. Steve Slaton Robert Walker Robert Alexander Noel Devine Amos Zereoue Arthur Owens Quincy Wilson Amos Zereoue Amos Zereoue

Date 11/1/24 10/25/19 9/7/91 10/11/80 11/13/71 11/28/97 10/15/21 1/2/2008 10/3/92 11/29/34 11/25/33 11/30/2013 10/17/70 12/23/83 9/7/96 11/11/2006 9/18/2008 10/31/98 10/10/2015 9/26/2015 11/30/16 11/8/2007 9/6/2003 11/3/2001 11/29/2014 9/8/2007 11/9/85 9/20/75 1/1/2007 10/11/97 9/28/96 9/22/73 10/3/70 11/7/25 11/6/20 10/9/71 11/6/23 11/21/98 9/12/92 9/18/2004 9/11/99 12/5/2015 10/16/99 10/10/98 9/21/91 10/19/85 11/1/24 11/30/22 10/8/2005 10/29/66 11/7/53 10/9/20 11/9/2002 10/15/66 9/13/2007 9/2/95 11/17/79 9/13/2007 10/19/96 11/17/73 11/1/2003 9/19/98 8/31/96

WVUFOOTBALL

C/Yds Name

Opponent

14/135 21/135 23/135 15/135 17/134 25/134 5/134 26/133 30/133 27/133 23/132 21/132 29/132 16/132 17/132 23/132 26/132 27/131 23/131 19/130 14/130 19/130 25/130 9/129 25/129 6/129 26/129 25/129 21/129 15/128 19/128 31/128 14/128 17/128 23/127 29/127 16/127 21/127 11/127 6/126 23/126 11/126 14/125 17/125 11/125 27/125 19/125 17/125 6/125 18/125 14/125 14/124 11/124 15/123 16/123 30/123 17/123 21/123 23/123 24/122 26/122 17/121 18/121

East Carolina Penn State West Virginia Wesleyan St. Louis Pitt Florida State Case Colorado Rutgers Virginia Tech Oklahoma State Miami Boston College South Carolina Citadel Furman Texas Tech Maryland Richmond Iowa State Temple Syracuse Fordham Kansas Cincinnati Rutgers Richmond Pitt Davis & Elkins Auburn Connecticut Maryland William & Mary West Virginia Wesleyan Mississippi State Temple Ball State Colorado State Temple Cincinnati Tulane West Virginia Wesleyan Marshall Marshall Virginia Tech Mississippi Rutgers Richmond West Virginia Wesleyan West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Lee Richmond Syracuse Texas Tech Marshall Maryland Maryland George Washington West Virginia Wesleyan Syracuse Tulane Louisville Army

Rodney Woodard Major Harris Tom Covey Nick Nardacci Noel Devine Kay/Jay Harris Jim Walthall Noel Devine Avon Cobourne Avon Cobourne Wendell Smallwood Avon Cobourne Avon Cobourne Robert Walker Ray Peterson Richard Luciani Harry Clarke Noel Devine Dwayne Woods Shawne Alston Robert Walker Arthur Owens Benny Thomas Skyler Howard Steve Slaton Quincy Wilson Robert Alexander Richard Leftridge George Allen Noel Devine Steve Slaton Avon Cobourne Garrett Ford Sr. Harry Clarke Steve Slaton Avon Cobourne Garrett Ford Jr. Robert Alexander Arthur Owens Major Harris Dwayne Woods Harry Clarke Noel Devine Pat White Quincy Wilson Avon Cobourne Robert Walker Ron Lee Sam Pinion Glennis Ellis John Doyle Robert Gresham Bobby Moss Wendell Smallwood Shawne Alston Avon Cobourne Robert Walker Harry Clarke Harry Clarke Noel Devine Paul Lumley Eugene Napoleon Glenn Holton

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Date 11/7/92 11/4/89 11/18/33 11/17/23 11/27/2009 1/1/2005 9/30/44 9/18/2008 10/12/2002 11/6/99 10/25/2014 10/25/2001 9/2/2000 1/2/95 11/21/59 9/28/51 1/1/38 9/18/2010 10/20/73 11/23/2012 11/13/93 11/9/74 11/10/34 11/21/2015 11/9/2005 11/3/2001 9/27/80 10/2/65 10/27/34 9/19/2009 10/20/2006 9/9/2001 9/25/65 9/30/39 10/19/2007 10/23/99 9/2/89 9/13/80 9/13/75 10/17/87 11/6/76 10/1/38 9/27/2008 9/8/2007 11/20/2002 12/28/2000 11/6/93 9/14/74 10/1/38 10/1/38 10/11/30 9/19/70 11/19/55 10/11/2014 9/1/2012 10/5/2002 9/17/94 11/25/37 9/25/37 10/23/2010 11/6/76 9/23/89 10/28/61

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100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

C/Yds Name

Opponent

23/120 26/120 20/120 29/120 20/120 20/120 27/120 20/120 19/119 21/119 21/119 14/119 28/119 9/119 11/118 24/118 16/118 20/118 22/118 11/118 28/118 18/118 25/117 32/117 18/116 18/115 21/115 23/115 15/115 26/115 22/116 15/116 23/114 14/114 20/113 21/113 18/113 27/113 14/113 27/113 25/113 11/113 14/113 23/112 23/112 19/112 17/112 15/112 6/112 17/112 20/112 20/112 26/112 23/112 13/112 14/111 22/111 8/111 23/111 13/111 29/111 22/111 23/111 20/111

William & Mary Tulane Indiana Kentucky Virginia Military Penn State Washington & Jefferson Gonzaga Syracuse South Carolina Syracuse Virginia Tech Missouri Marshall Connecticut Cincinnati California Pitt Virginia Tech North Carolina State Washington & Jefferson Rutgers Virginia Rutgers Georgia State Kansas Maryland Temple William & Mary Indiana Syracuse West Virginia Wesleyan Maryland Boston College TCU Kansas Syracuse Miami Louisiana Tech Virginia Tech Cincinnati Virginia Military Washington & Lee Marshall Rutgers Boston College Tulane Pitt Waynesburg Liberty Penn State Western Maryland Haskell Institute Grove City Bethany Texas Tech Oklahoma Cincinnati Coastal Carolina Connecticut East Carolina Rutgers Boston College Boston College

12

Charles Sims Oliver Luck Arthur Owens Garrett Ford Sr. Larry Krutko Larry Krutko Robert Barnum Nick Nardacci Jimmy Gary Garrett Ford Jr. Undra Johnson Robert Alexander Clarence Keefer Woody Bruder Noel Devine Undra Johnson Arthur Owens Edward Williams Garrett Ford Sr. Joe Marconi Nick Nardacci Nick Nardacci Avon Cobourne Avon Cobourne Charles Sims Wendell Smallwood Adrian Murrell Tommy Gray Noel Whipkey Nick Nardacci Adrian Murrell C. Hockenberry Cooper Rego Ron Wolfley Wendell Smallwood Rushel Shell Jason Colson Amos Zereoue Robert Walker John Holifield James Braxton Richard Nicholson Doug Bowers Noel Devine Steve Slaton Kay/Jay Harris Robert Alexander Arthur Owens Edwin Dugan Noel Devine Peter Zinaich Harry Clarke Clarence Keefer Albert Glenn Clay Hite Rushel Shell Wendell Smallwood Pat White Noel Devine Jason Colson Amos Zereoue Anthony Brown Undra Johnson Anthony Brown

Date 8/31/2013 10/20/79 10/5/74 10/29/66 11/10/56 10/27/56 11/26/25 12/25/22 11/24/94 9/16/89 11/21/87 11/3/79 11/5/27 10/20/23 11/24/2007 10/17/87 9/20/75 10/17/70 11/6/65 11/25/55 11/27/24 10/28/22 12/28/2002 11/11/2000 9/14/2013 11/21/2015 9/19/92 11/16/85 10/22/56 11/11/22 11/23/91 9/30/39 9/16/2000 9/24/83 10/29/2015 10/4/2014 10/21/2004 10/24/98 11/21/92 10/5/85 9/13/69 11/8/52 11/10/23 9/10/2010 12/2/2006 11/13/2004 10/20/79 10/12/74 10/4/52 9/5/2009 11/5/49 10/30/37 10/6/28 10/17/25 10/25/19 11/14/2015 10/3/2015 11/9/2005 9/4/2010 10/13/2004 9/14/96 11/12/88 10/22/88 10/24/87

C/Yds Name

Opponent

17/111 19/111 4/111 11/111 19/111 26/111 24/110 14/110 18/110 18/110 20/110 17/110 15/110 4/110 16/110 21/109 16/109 13/109 7/109 14/108 13/108 21/108 28/108 19/108 15/108 26/108 15/108 11/108 7/108 11/108 19/108 26/108 22/108 21/108 11/107 25/107 13/107 15/107 11/107 13/107 15/107 29/107 20/106 15/106 9/106 8/105 19/105 9/105 13/105 22/105 7/105 21/105 30/105 27/105 29/105 13/105 18/104 28/104 25/104 20/104 25/104 19/104 16/104 21/104

Richmond Villanova Richmond Washington & Jefferson Colgate Bethany Texas Tech Rutgers East Carolina Connecticut Pitt Pitt Penn State Marquette West Virginia Wesleyan Connecticut Western Michigan Georgia Tech Pitt Kansas Oklahoma UCF Syracuse Syracuse Rutgers Penn State Maryland Cincinnati Marquette Waynesburg Boston U. Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee Maryland Wofford Miami Kentucky Syracuse Waynesburg Wooster Washington & Lee Ohio Tennessee/Chattanooga East Carolina Ohio Eastern Washington Syracuse Cincinnati Penn State Temple William & Mary George Washington Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Rutgers Princeton Pitt Temple Pitt Temple Tulane Pitt Otterbein Washington & Lee

Curlin Beck David Riley Danny Buggs Glenn Carder Gus Ekberg Homer Martin Rushel Shell Shawne Alston Steve Slaton Rasheed Marshall Amos Zereoue Anthony Brown Bobby Moss Bobby Moss Don McCann Pat White Steve Slaton Owen Schmitt Mike Sherwood Rushel Shell Noel Devine Jason Colson Avon Cobourne Avon Cobourne Major Harris David Riley David Riley Robert Gresham Victor Rabbits Carl Norman Peter Zinaich Clarence Keefer Jack Simons George Hill Pat White Cooper Rego Robert Alexander James Braxton Harry Priester Peter Zinaich Dick McElwee George Allen Avon Cobourne Undra Johnson John Gay Steve Slaton Quincy Wilson Major Harris Undra Johnson Ron Lee Andrew Wood Larry Krutko George Allen Benny Thomas Homer Martin Ira Errett Rodgers Rasheed Marshall Jason Colson Avon Cobourne Curtis Keaton Ron Lee Joe Marconi Guido DeVeechis Nick Nardacci

Date 9/29/79 10/29/77 10/20/73 11/23/35 11/8/24 11/20/20 10/11/2014 10/29/2011 9/22/2007 10/13/2004 11/27/98 9/24/88 10/22/55 10/29/55 10/19/40 11/1/2008 9/1/2007 1/1/2007 10/25/69 11/21/2015 1/2/2008 9/11/2004 10/19/2002 11/10/2001 11/14/87 10/22/77 9/17/77 9/13/69 10/29/55 10/2/53 10/14/49 11/29/28 11/10/23 10/18/19 9/10/2005 9/23/2000 10/6/79 11/22/69 9/17/49 9/25/48 9/26/42 11/3/34 8/31/2002 9/13/86 9/1/84 9/9/2006 11/22/2003 10/21/89 10/29/88 10/14/72 10/9/71 11/4/55 10/13/34 11/12/32 11/13/20 11/1/19 11/25/2004 11/29/2003 11/20/2002 11/15/97 10/18/75 9/26/53 9/21/46 11/15/24


100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

NoelDEVINE

C/Yds Name

Opponent

19/103 23/103 19/103 22/103 14/103 19/103 17/103 24/103 19/103 16/103 20/103 16/103 11/103 15/102 21/102 20/102 13/102 17/102 16/102 7/102 31/102 14/102 16/102 20/102 14/102 17/101 23/101 10/101 22/101 10/100 12/100 20/100 17/100 20/100

Marshall Cincinnati Rutgers Temple Rutgers Syracuse Penn State Oklahoma State Virginia Tech Southern Methodist Richmond Penn State West Virginia Wesleyan Connecticut Temple Boston College Cincinnati East Carolina Virginia Tech Boston College Syracuse Richmond Marietta Bethany Rutgers Pitt Virginia Tech Cincinnati Carnegie Tech Texas Kansas Boston College Boston College Pitt

Noel Devine Steve Slaton Jason Colson Avon Cobourne Amos Zereoue Anthony Brown Anthony Brown Major Harris Robert Alexander Dwayne Woods Kerry Marbury Dick McElwee Bill Bell Pat White Adrian Murrell Michael Beasley Rico Tyler Curlin Beck Arthur Owens Dwayne Woods Robert Gresham Richard Leftridge Gus Ekberg Carl Beck Carl Beck Arthur Owens Ray Peterson Glenn Carder Clarence Keefer Dreamius Smith Andrew Buie Rasheed Marshall Quincy Wilson Avon Cobourne

Date 10/17/2009 11/17/2007 10/30/2004 11/17/2001 10/4/97 11/19/88 10/29/88 12/25/87 11/12/77 10/4/75 9/25/71 11/15/41 10/11/41 10/20/2006 10/12/91 10/27/90 10/13/90 10/30/82 10/25/75 9/27/75 11/22/69 9/19/65 10/7/22 11/20/20 11/13/20 11/8/75 11/14/59 9/26/36 10/29/27 11/8/2014 12/1/2012 11/13/2004 11/9/2002 11/24/2000

WVUFOOTBALL

C/Yds Name

Opponent

Date

25/100 27/100 20/100 22/100 7/100 3/100 14/100 26/100 ??/100*

Miami Miami Boston College Syracuse Kentucky William & Mary Western Maryland Penn State Washington & Lee

11/18/95 11/20/93 10/13/79 11/20/76 9/21/74 10/7/72 10/30/37 11/14/25 11/5/21

Jimmy Gary Robert Walker Robert Alexander Walter Easley Arthur Owens Danny Buggs Sam Pinion Robert Barnum George Hill

* / indicates research has not supplied all data at this time // enough information exists to verify this portion of record performance

Career 100-Yard Games 28 21 19 18 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3

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100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

1

Tommy Allman, Ted Anderson, Tavon Austin, Bill Bell, Doug Bowers, Tom Covey, Brian Chiles, Jason Colson, Guido DeVeechis, John Doyle, Edwin Dugan, Walter Easley, Glennis Ellis, Francis Farley, Dustin Garrison, Albert Glenn, John Gay, Charles Hockenberry, Glenn Holton, Skyler Howard, Curtis Keaton, Kirk Lewis, Richard Luciani, Oliver Luck, Paul Lumley, Armin Mahrt, Don McCann, Eugene Napoleon, Richard Nicholson, Carl Norman, Harry Priester, Victor Rabbits, Peter Secret, Michael Sherwood, Edward Silverio, Dreamius Smith, Heywood Smith, Alvin Swoope, Rico Tyler, Jim Walthall, Noel Whipkey, Ron Wolfley, Rodney Woodard

GEORGIA TECH: JANUARY 1, 2007

SMU: OCTOBER 4, 1975

Pat White...................................................... 22/145 Owen Schmitt............................................... 13/109

Arthur Owens............................................... 19/171 Dwayne Woods............................................ 16/103

PITT: NOVEMBER 16, 2006 Pat White...................................................... 22/220 Steve Slaton................................................. 23/215 Steve Slaton................................................. 18/156 Pat White...................................................... 23/125

CONNECTICUT: OCTOBER 20, 2006 Steve Slaton................................................. 19/128 Pat White...................................................... 15/102

KANSAS: NOVEMBER 21, 2015

SYRACUSE: OCTOBER 14, 2006

CINCINNATI: SEPTEMBER 13, 1969 Andrew Wood............................................... 12/118 Jim Braxton.................................................. 25/113 Bob Gresham............................................... 11/108

WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN: OCTOBER 1, 1938 Harry Clarke................................................. 11/126 Sam Pinion..................................................... 6/125 Glennis Ellis.................................................. 18/125

WASHINGTON & LEE: NOVEMBER 10, 1923

Heywood Smith............................................ 24/146 Arthur Owens............................................... 16/118

LOUISVILLE: NOVEMBER 2, 2006

Triple 100-Yard Games Skyler Howard................................................ 9/129 Wendell Smallwood...................................... 18/115 Rushel Shell.................................................. 14/108

CALIFORNIA: SEPTEMBER 20, 1975

Pat White...................................................... 15/247 Steve Slaton................................................. 20/163

PITT: NOVEMBER 24, 2005 Pat White...................................................... 23/220 Steve Slaton................................................. 34/179

CINCINNATI: NOVEMBER 2, 2005 Steve Slaton................................................. 25/129 Pat White........................................................ 8/111

BOSTON COLLEGE: NOVEMBER 13, 2004 Kay-Jay Harris.............................................. 19/112 Rasheed Marshall......................................... 20/100

SYRACUSE: NOVEMBER 9, 1974 Kirk Lewis..................................................... 15/153 Arthur Owens............................................... 19/130

VIRGINIA: NOVEMBER 17, 1973 Dwayne Woods............................................ 29/178 Arthur Owens............................................... 10/136

RICHMOND: OCTOBER 20, 1973 Dwayne Woods............................................ 23/131 Danny Buggs.................................................. 4/111

WILLIAM & MARY: OCTOBER 9, 1971 Kerry Marbury............................................... 21/144 Andrew Wood................................................. 7/105

PITT: OCTOBER 17, 1970 Robert Gresham........................................... 15/149 Edward Williams........................................... 20/118

Gus Ekberg................................................... 26/158 Doug Bowers................................................ 14/113 Jack Simons................................................. 22/108

CONNECTICUT: OCTOBER 13, 2004

RICHMOND: SEPTEMBER 19, 1970

Jason Colson................................................ 13/111 Rasheed Marshall......................................... 18/110

Andrew Wood............................................... 27/157 Robert Gresham........................................... 14/124

Double 100-Yard Games

Avon Cobourne............................................ 25/138 Quincy Wilson.............................................. 17/100

TEXAS TECH: NOVEMBER 7, 2015

EAST CAROLINA: SEPTEMBER 28, 2002

Wendell Smallwood...................................... 22/163 Rushel Shell.................................................. 14/111

TEXAS TECH: OCT. 11, 2014 Wendell Smallwood...................................... 15/123 Rushel Shell.................................................. 24/110

LOUISVILLE: NOV. 22, 2008 Pat White...................................................... 21/200 Noel Devine.................................................. 13/154

COLORADO: SEPT. 18, 2008 Pat White...................................................... 19/148 Noel Devine.................................................. 26/133

OKLAHOMA: JANUARY 2, 2008 Pat White...................................................... 20/150 Noel Devine.................................................. 13/108

CONNECTICUT: NOVEMBER 24, 2007 Pat White...................................................... 16/186 Noel Devine.................................................. 11/118

CINCINNATI: NOVEMBER 17, 2007 Pat White...................................................... 27/155 Steve Slaton................................................. 23/103

BOSTON COLLEGE: NOVEMBER 9, 2002

Avon Cobourne............................................ 30/260 Quincy Wilson.............................................. 14/198

RUTGERS: NOVEMBER 3, 2001 Avon Cobourne............................................ 19/147 Quincy Wilson................................................ 6/129

PENN STATE: OCTOBER 29, 1988 Undra Johnson............................................. 13/105 Anthony Brown............................................. 17/103

OKLAHOMA STATE: DEC. 25, 1987 Anthony Brown............................................. 32/167 Major Harris.................................................. 24/103

CINCINNATI: OCTOBER 17, 1987 Major Harris.................................................... 6/126 Undra Johnson............................................. 24/118

TEMPLE: NOVEMBER 16, 1985 Undra Johnson............................................. 35/206 Tommy Gray................................................. 23/115

SYRACUSE: NOVEMBER 22, 1969 James Braxton............................................. 15/107 Robert Gresham........................................... 31/102

PITT: OCTOBER 25, 1969 Edward Williams........................................... 11/199 Michael Sherwood.......................................... 7/109

CINCINNATI: SEPTEMBER 13, 1969 Jim Braxton.................................................. 25/113 Robert Gresham........................................... 11/108

KENTUCKY: OCTOBER 29, 1966 Peter Secret.................................................. 25/138 Garrett Ford Sr.............................................. 29/120

PITT: OCTOBER 2, 1965 Garrett Ford Sr.............................................. 18/192 Richard Leftridge.......................................... 25/129

MARQUETTE: OCTOBER 29, 1955 Bobby Moss................................................... 4/110 Jack Rabbits................................................... 7/108

SYRACUSE: NOVEMBER 20, 1976

WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN: SEPTEMBER 30, 1939

Dwayne Woods............................................ 24/177 Walter Easley................................................ 22/100

Harry Clarke................................................. 17/128 Charles Hockenberry.................................... 15/116

TULANE: NOVEMBER 6, 1976

WESTERN MARYLAND: OCTOBER 30, 1937

MARYLAND: SEPTEMBER 13, 2007 Steve Slaton................................................. 26/137 Noel Devine.................................................... 5/136

MARSHALL: SEPTEMBER 8, 2007 Steve Slaton................................................. 24/146 Pat White...................................................... 17/125

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Dwayne Woods............................................ 23/126 Paul Lumley.................................................. 26/122

Harry Clarke................................................. 20/112 Sam Pinion................................................... 14/100


100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

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WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN: NOVEMBER 18, 1933

Amos Zereoue: 1998

Amos Zereoue: 1997

George Allen................................................. 42/184 Tom Covey.................................................... 23/135

Francis Farley............................................... 12/153 Woody Bruder.............................................. 16/141

Miami, 10/24................................................. 27/113 Virginia Tech, 10/31...................................... 26/148 Syracuse, 11/7............................................. 31/189 Rutgers, 11/14.............................................. 35/228 Boston College, 11/21.................................. 32/143 Pitt, 11/27..................................................... 20/110

Miami, 9/27................................................... 25/206 Rutgers, 10/4................................................ 14/103 Maryland, 10/11........................................... 30/145 Virginia Tech, 10/25...................................... 29/153

MARIETTA: OCTOBER 7, 1922

Robert Walker: 1993

BETHANY: NOVEMBER 1, 1924

Adrian Murrell: 1992 Pitt, 9/12....................................................... 29/143 Maryland, 9/19............................................. 21/115 Virginia Tech, 9/26........................................ 26/157 Boston College, 10/3.................................... 16/150

Homer Martin .............................................. 26/111 Carl Beck...................................................... 20/102

Louisville, 10/9.............................................. 25/161 Pitt, 10/23..................................................... 18/163 Syracuse, 10/30........................................... 26/198 Rutgers, 11/6................................................ 19/125 Temple, 11/13............................................... 14/130 Miami, 11/20................................................. 27/100

BETHANY: OCTOBER 25, 1919

5 GAMES

Kentucky, 9/21................................................ 7/100 Tulane, 9/28.................................................. 23/181 Indiana, 10/5................................................. 20/120 Pitt, 10/12..................................................... 15/112

Ira Errett Rodgers........................................ 18/153 Clay Hite....................................................... 13/112

Avon Cobourne: 2001

3 GAMES

Armin Mahrt.................................................. 10/213 Gus Ekberg................................................... 16/102

BETHANY: NOVEMBER 20, 1920

Consecutive 100-Yard Games 6 GAMES

Notre Dame, 10/13....................................... 26/169 Miami, 10/25................................................. 21/132 Rutgers, 11/3................................................ 19/147 Syracuse, 11/10........................................... 19/109 Temple, 11/17............................................... 22/103

Steve Slaton: 2006 Mississippi State, 10/7................................. 26/185 Syracuse, 10/14........................................... 20/163 Connecticut, 10/20....................................... 19/128 Louisville, 11/2.............................................. 18/156 Cincinnati, 11/11.......................................... 12/148 Pitt, 11/16..................................................... 23/215

TCU, 10/29................................................... 20/113 Texas Tech, 11/7........................................... 22/163 Texas, 11/14................................................. 24/165 Kansas, 11/21.............................................. 18/115

Avon Cobourne: 2002

Pat White: 2007

Cincinnati, 9/14............................................ 20/193 East Carolina, 9/28....................................... 30/260 Maryland, 10/5............................................. 30/123 Rutgers, 10/12.............................................. 30/133 Syracuse, 10/19........................................... 28/108 Miami, 10/26................................................. 26/175

4 GAMES Wendell Smallwood: 2015

Arthur Owens: 1974

Wendell Smallwood: 2015 Maryland, 9/26............................................. 22/147 Oklahoma, 10/3............................................ 22/111 Oklahoma State, 10/10................................ 19/147

Noel Devine: 2010 Coastal Carolina, 9/4.................................... 23/111 Marshall, 9/10............................................... 23/112 Maryland, 9/18............................................. 27/131

Pat White: 2006 Syracuse, 10/14........................................... 15/247 Connecticut, 10/20....................................... 15/102 Louisville, 11/2.............................................. 23/125

Rutgers, 10/27.............................................. 22/156 Louisville, 11/8.............................................. 24/147 Cincinnati, 11/17.......................................... 27/155 Connecticut, 11/24....................................... 16/186

Steve Slaton: 2006

Steve Slaton: 2007

Pat White: 2005

Western Michigan, 9/1................................. 16/109 Marshall, 9/8................................................. 24/146 Maryland, 9/13............................................ 26, 137 East Carolina, 9/22....................................... 18/110

Cincinnati, 11/2.............................................. 8/111 Pitt, 11/24..................................................... 23/220 USF, 12/3...................................................... 11/177

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100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

Jason Colson: 2004

Noel Devine: 2008

John Holifield: 1985

Connecticut, 10/13....................................... 13/111 Syracuse, 10/21........................................... 18/113 Rutgers, 10/30.............................................. 19/103

Syracuse, 10/11........................................... 18/188 Auburn, 10/23............................................... 17/207

Virginia Tech, 10/5........................................ 27/113 Boston College, 10/19.................................. 30/141

Noel Devine: 2008

Tommy Gray: 1985

Quincy Wilson: 2003

Colorado, 9/18............................................. 26/133 Marshall, 9/27............................................... 14/125

Rutgers, 11/9................................................ 28/146 Temple, 11/15............................................... 23/115

Steve Slaton: 2005

David Riley: 1977

Cincinnati, 11/2............................................ 25/129 Pitt, 11/24..................................................... 34/179

Penn State, 10/22......................................... 26/108 Villanova, 10/29............................................ 19/111

Steve Slaton: 2005

Dwayne Woods: 1975

Rutgers, 10/8................................................ 25/139 Louisville (3OT), 10/15.................................. 31/188

Boston College, 9/27...................................... 7/102 SMU, 10/4.................................................... 16/103

Rasheed Marshall: 2004

James Braxton: 1969

Boston College, 11/13.................................. 20/100 Pitt, 11/25..................................................... 18/104

Cincinnati, 9/13............................................ 25/113 Maryland, 9/20............................................. 32/161

Quincy Wilson: 2003

Garrett Ford Sr.: 1966

Pitt, 11/15..................................................... 34/208 Syracuse, 11/22........................................... 19/105

Kentucky, 10/29............................................ 29/120 The Citadel, 11/5.......................................... 25/157

Avon Cobourne: 2002

Garrett Ford Sr.: 1966

Pitt, 11/30..................................................... 25/104 Virginia, 12/28............................................... 25/117

Pitt, 10/8....................................................... 23/153 Maryland, 10/15........................................... 25/138

Avon Cobourne: 2000

Garrett Ford Sr.: 1965

Pitt, 11/24..................................................... 20/100 Mississippi, 12/28......................................... 27/125

William & Mary, 9/25..................................... 14/128 Pitt, 10/2....................................................... 18/192

Rutgers, 10/11.............................................. 40/177 Virginia Tech, 10/22...................................... 33/178 UCF, 11/1...................................................... 24/135

Amos Zereoue: 1996 Pitt, 8/31....................................................... 12/135 Western Michigan, 9/7................................. 16/149 East Carolina, 9/14....................................... 29/111

Undra Johnson: 1988 East Carolina, 10/8....................................... 25/167 Boston College, 10/22.................................. 23/111 Penn State, 10/29......................................... 13/105

Robert Alexander: 1980 Richmond, 9/27............................................ 26/129 Virginia, 10/4................................................. 24/164 Hawaii, 10/11................................................ 23/152

Robert Alexander: 1979 Kentucky, 10/6.............................................. 13/107 Boston College, 10/13.................................. 20/100 Tulane, 10/20................................................ 17/112

Arthur Owens: 1975 Virginia Tech, 10/25...................................... 16/102 Kent State, 11/1........................................... 21/171 Pitt, 11/8....................................................... 17/101

Avon Cobourne: 2000

Ray Peterson: 1959

Syracuse, 11/4............................................. 23/166 Rutgers, 11/11.............................................. 32/117

Virginia Tech, 11/14...................................... 23/101 The Citadel, 11/21........................................ 17/132

Arthur Owens: 1974-75

Avon Cobourne: 2000

Bobby Moss: 1955

Virginia Tech, 11/23...................................... 16/156 Temple, 9/13................................................. 11/127 California, 9/20............................................. 16/118

Pitt, 11/24..................................................... 20/100 Mississippi, 12/28......................................... 27/125

Penn State, 10/22......................................... 15/110 Marquette, 10/29............................................ 4/110

Cooper Rego: 2000

Harry Clarke: 1937, 38

Andrew Wood: 1970

Maryland, 9/9............................................... 23/114 Miami, 9/23................................................... 25/107

George Washington, 11/25.......................... 21/123 Texas Tech, 1/1............................................. 26/132

Avon Cobourne: 1999

George Allen: 1934

Rutgers, 10/16.............................................. 25/141 Temple, 10/23............................................... 29/127

Davis & Elkins, 10/27.................................... 21/129 Ohio, 11/3..................................................... 29/107

Amos Zereoue: 1998

George Allen: 1933

Maryland, 9/19............................................. 24/135 Tulsa, 9/26.................................................... 23/192

West Virginia Wesleyan, 11/18..................... 42/184 Georgetown, 11/25....................................... 45/150

Amos Zereoue: 1997

Clarence Keefer: 1927

Notre Dame, 11/22....................................... 32/234 Pitt, 11/28..................................................... 41/151

Carnegie Tech, 10/29................................... 21/101 Missouri, 11/5............................................... 28/119

Amos Zereoue: 1997

Nick Nardacci: 1924

Marshall, 8/30............................................... 27/174 East Carolina, 9/6......................................... 31/199

Washington & Lee, 11/15............................. 21/104 Washington & Jefferson, 11/27.................... 28/118

Robert Alexander: 1990

Jack Simons: 1923

2 GAMES

Cincinnati, 9/6.............................................. 21/187 Colorado State, 9/13.................................... 21/127

Rutgers, 11/6................................................ 20/144 Washington & Lee, 11/10............................. 22/108

Rushel Shell: 2014

Major Harris: 1989

Nick Nardacci: 1922

Kansas/10/4................................................. 21/113 Texas Tech, 10/11......................................... 24/110

Penn State, 11/4........................................... 21/135 Rutgers, 11/11.............................................. 16/163

Washington & Jefferson, 11/30.................... 21/141 Gonzaga, 12/25............................................ 20/120

Noel Devine: 2009

Anthony Brown: 1988

Homer Martin: 1920

Marshall, 10/17............................................. 19/103 Connecticut, 10/24....................................... 23/178

Rutgers, 11/12.............................................. 22/111 Syracuse, 11/19........................................... 19/103

Rutgers, 11/13.............................................. 29/105 Bethany, 11/20............................................. 26/111

William & Mary, 9/12..................................... 23/167 Richmond, 9/19............................................ 27/157 Virginia Military, 9/26.................................... 12/158

Robert Gresham: 1969 William & Mary, 11/8..................................... 16/159 Richmond, 11/15.......................................... 33/173 Syracuse, 11/22........................................... 31/102

Robert Barnum: 1925 Boston College, 11/7.................................... 36/145 Penn State, 11/14......................................... 26/100 Washington & Jefferson, 11/26.................... 27/120

Carl Beck: 1920 Washington & Lee, 11/6............................... 22/145 Rutgers, 11/13.............................................. 14/102 Bethany, 11/20............................................. 20/102

Noel Devine: 2009

Ira Errett Rodgers: 1919

Auburn, 9/19................................................. 15/128 Colorado, 10/1............................................. 22/220

Bethany, 10/25............................................. 13/153 Princeton, 11/1............................................. 13/105

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200-YARD PASSING Games 600-Yard Passing Games

A/C/Yds Name 45/51/656 Geno Smith

Opponent Baylor

Date 9/29/2012

Opponent Maryland

Date 9/13/2014

Opponent LSU Connecticut Missouri Pitt James Madison Louisville Pitt Kansas Clemson

Date 9/24/2011 10/8/2011 12/26/98 9/28/68 9/15/2012 11/5/2011 11/27/98 12/1/2012 1/4/2012

500-Yard Passing Games A/C/Yds Name 37/49/511 Clint Trickett

400-Yard Passing Games A/C/Yds Name 38/65/463 Geno Smith 27/45/450 Geno Smith Marc Bulger 34/50/429 Mike Sherwood 27/37/416 34/39/411 Geno Smith Geno Smith 31/44/410 26/37/409 Marc Bulger Geno Smith 23/24/407 32/43/407 Geno Smith

300-Yard Passing Games A/C/Yds Name 16/39/396 Chad Johnston 22/35/390 Chad Johnston Geno Smith 36/49/388 Marc Bulger 32/43/380 25/41/376 Clint Trickett Geno Smith 29/43/372 20/34/371 Geno Smith Clint Trickett 29/45/365 36/54/364 Geno Smith Oliver Luck 34/48/360 16/26/359 Skyler Howard Ford Childress 25/41/359 21/37/356 Clint Trickett 24/36/354 Marc Bulger Chad Johnston 18/31/354 23/28/352 Geno Smith Marc Bulger 25/40/353 35/40/348 Clint Trickett Marc Bulger 26/43/348 20/45/346 Skyler Howard Marc Bulger 32/48/346 21/37/341 Bernie Galiffa Geno Smith 30/43/338 24/41/338 Geno Smith Jarrett Brown 24/31/334 16/21/334 Chad Johnston Pat White 32/26/332 32/36/323 Geno Smith Marc Bulger 30/20/331 23/35/322 Clint Trickett Jeff Hostetler 17/37/321

Opponent Pitt Purdue Maryland Miami Oklahoma Cincinnati Norfolk State Alabama Oklahoma State Syracuse Georgia Southern Georgia State Iowa State Navy Boston College Rutgers Georgia Tech Towson Pitt Texas A&M Miami Penn State Maryland Syracuse East Carolina Rutgers North Carolina Marshall Pitt Baylor Oklahoma

Date 10/15/94 9/2/95 9/17/2011 10/24/98 9/20/2014 11/12/2011 9/10/2011 8/30/2014 11/10/2012 11/21/81 9/5/2015 9/14/2013 11/30/2013 10/3/98 10/5/96 12/4/2010 12/29/97 9/6/2014 11/28/97 12/29/2014 10/30/99 10/28/72 9/22/2012 10/21/2011 9/12/2009 11/4/95 12/27/2008 9/1/2012 11/27/99 10/18/2014 9/11/82

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20/35/320 18/28/320 15/21/318 32/45/316 20/25/314 18/37/314 20/28/312 24/50/309 21/34/309 23/41/308 20/33/306 20/35/302 28/44/301

Geno Smith Allen McCune Brad Lewis Geno Smith Oliver Luck Bernie Galiffa Marc Bulger Clint Trickett Dan Kendra Darren Studstill Mike Sherwood Clint Trickett Clint Trickett

Oklahoma Pitt Mississippi Marshall Temple Pitt Boston College Oklahoma State Villanova Miami, Fla. East Carolina Kansas Texas Tech

11/17/2012 10/2/65 12/28/2000 9/10/2010 11/8/80 11/4/72 11/21/98 9/28/2013 10/29/77 10/31/92 11/7/70 10/4/2014 10/11/2014

Opponent Virginia Boston College William & Mary Maryland Maryland Syracuse Missouri East Carolina Kent State Iowa State Maryland Kansas State Syracuse Texas Christian Maryland Rutgers Texas Tech Temple Penn State Syracuse Maryland Colorado State Texas Maryland TCU Syracuse Temple Virginia Tech Liberty TCU Baylor Texas Pitt Syracuse Temple East Carolina Boston College Texas Tech

Date 9/23/72 10/22/88 9/25/65 9/26/2015 9/19/98 11/25/75 10/1/94 11/18/2000 9/22/2001 11/29/2014 9/18/82 12/5/2015 11/20/71 12/31/84 9/29/2001 11/12/83 10/13/2012 11/13/93 10/22/83 11/22/2003 9/13/93 9/13/80 10/6/2012 9/18/2010 11/2/2013 11/18/72 10/23/99 10/17/81 9/12/2015 11/3/2012 10/17/2015 11/9/2013 11/24/2000 11/7/98 10/10/98 10/31/81 10/16/76 10/19/2013

200-yard passing games A/C/Yds Name 13/19/298 Bernie Galiffa Major Harris 15/21/297 15/18/296 Allen McCune Skyler Howard 21/33/294 20/25/293 Marc Bulger Dan Kendra 28/45/293 17/25/291 Chad Johnston Brad Lewis 12/20/290 27/34/286 Brad Lewis Skyler Howard 21/40/285 19/37/285 Jeff Hostetler Skyler Howard 19/42/281 17/31/281 Bernie Galiffa 16/30/280 Kevin White Brad Lewis 31/52/279 Jeff Hostetler 17/28/279 30/56/278 Geno Smith 17/28/274 Darren Studstill Jeff Hostetler 18/29/273 14/25/271 Rasheed Marshall Jake Kelchner 15/19/270 12/20/269 Oliver Luck Geno Smith 25/35/268 19/29/268 Geno Smith Clint Trickett 25/41/267 11/18/267 Bernie Galiffa Marc Bulger 29/16/266 17/27/265 Oliver Luck Skyler Howard 21/26/263 32/54/260 Geno Smith Skyler Howard 18/37/259 Paul Millard 16/32/259 13/28/257 Scott McBrien Marc Bulger 15/31/257 14/20/257 Marc Bulger Oliver Luck 21/32/257 17/35/256 Dan Kendra Clint Trickett 27/43/254

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A/C/Yds Name

Opponent

Date

19/30/254 21/36/253 13/31/252 12/23/250 19/37/250 26/35/249 36/49/248 20/34/248 18/28/247 24/43/245 16/31/245 13/17/245 14/21/245 22/31/244 22/30/244 13/19/244 19/26/243 20/43/243 18/31/242 14/30/242 26/43/240 19/32/240 17/20/239 21/30/238 18/30/238 18/34/238 19/25/237 23/35/237 22/31/236 36/20/235 14/30/235 20/34/234 13/33/234 24/37/233 23/37/232 12/24/231 12/20/230 33/21/229 15/28/227 17/30/227 14/18/225 21/35/224 12/23/223 15/27/223 13/20/222 19/46/222 18/32/221 12/16/220 31/21/220 24/31/219 38/20/219 17/36/219 17/27/219 13/19/219 21/41/218 20/31/218 17/28/218 11/22/218 15/25/217 20/27/216 14/23/216 17/24/216 12/18/215 15/23/215

Boston U. Tulsa Notre Dame Pitt Penn State Marshall Texas Ball State Rutgers Kansas Louisville Syracuse Waynesburg Pitt Syracuse Temple Liberty Virginia Tech Temple Boston College Virginia Tech South Carolina South Carolina Oklahoma State Bowling Green Syracuse William & Mary USF Iowa State Miami (Ohio) Pitt East Carolina Temple Rutgers Ohio State Illinois Penn State Boston College Kansas State Boston College UCF Boston College Villanova Pitt Louisville Penn State Auburn UNLV East Carolina USF Cincinnati Wisconsin Miami Miami, Ohio Oklahoma Rutgers Boston College Maryland Virginia Tech Coastal Carolina Pitt East Carolina Virginia Ohio

10/11/58 9/26/98 10/21/2000 9/30/89ick 10/23/82 9/4/2011 11/8/2014 9/3/94 11/10/84 11/16/2013 9/23/89 11/21/64 9/18/48 11/25/2011 10/10/2009 11/12/94 9/5/2009 10/26/68 9/28/2000 10/27/90 10/31/98 1/2/95 9/16/89 10/25/2014 10/1/2011 11/19/83 8/31/2013 12/1/2011 11/23/2012 9/11/99 11/24/95 9/13/86 11/7/81 9/10/94 9/5/98 9/23/73 10/29/88 11/13/99 10/26/2013 10/20/84 9/11/2004 11/13/2004 11/16/68 11/17/51 11/2/2006 10/22/77 9/19/2009 10/9/2010 9/4/99 10/14/2010 11/8/2008 9/7/2002 9/27/97 9/5/92 9/7/2013 10/29/2011 9/13/97 9/17/83 10/25/97 9/4/2010 11/15/2003 9/23/2006 12/28/2002 9/3/83

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Richard Longfellow Marc Bulger Scott McBrien Major Harris Jeff Hostetler Geno Smith Clint Trickett Eric Boykin Kevin White Paul Millard Major Harris Allen McCune James Walthall Geno Smith Jarrett Brown Chad Johnston Jarrett Brown Mike Sherwood Brad Lewis Greg Jones Marc Bulger Chad Johnston Major Harris Clint Trickett Geno Smith Jeff Hostetler Paul Millard Geno Smith Geno Smith Marc Bulger Chad Johnston Mike Timko Oliver Luck Eric Boykin Marc Bulger Ade Dillon Major Harris Brad Lewis Clint Trickett Kevin White Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Mike Sherwood Gerry Fisher Pat White Dan Kendra Jarrett Brown Geno Smith Marc Bulger Geno Smith Pat White Rasheed Marshall Marc Bulger Jake Kelchner Paul Millard Geno Smith Marc Bulger Jeff Hostetler Marc Bulger Geno Smith Rasheed Marshall Pat White Rasheed Marshall Jeff Hostetler

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A/C/Yds Name

Opponent

11/16/214 19/39/214 15/24/213 18/37/213 9/12/212 13/26/211 10/25/211 9/19/210 13/19/210 19/32/209 33/25/208 11/30/208 19/30/206 19/32/205 12/21/205 14/33/205 18/38/204 11/16/204 12/26/202 12/29/202 14/26/202 19/28/201 14/28/201 20/38/201 9/19/200

Rutgers Pitt Pacific Temple Pitt Virginia Penn State Rutgers Temple Syracuse Villanova Colorado State Maryland USF Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Penn State Pitt Iowa State North Carolina State Maryland Syracuse Boston College Maryland Miami

Darren Studstill Jeff Hostetler Jeff Hostetler Oliver Luck Geno Smith Oliver Luck Chuck Fiorante Marc Bulger Chad Johnston Marc Bulger Pat White Mark Hoffman Oliver Luck Jarrett Brown Major Harris Tony Reda Mark Hoffman Pat White Skyler Howard Dan Kendra Mike Sherwood Geno Smith Ben Reed Mike Timko Rasheed Marshall

Date 11/6/93 10/2/82 9/10/83 9/8/79 11/26/2010 9/12/81 10/26/74 11/9/96 9/9/95 11/1/97 8/30/2008 11/18/78 9/20/80 10/30/2009 10/1/88 10/5/85 10/28/78 11/16/2006 11/28/2015 12/31/75 11/28/70 12/29/2012 10/25/86 9/20/86 10/2/2003

Note: Current records limit the complete listing to 1948-2015. Other performances are added as they can be verified.


200-YARD PASSING GAMES

Career 200-Yard Games

Consecutive 300-Yard Games

32......................................................... Geno Smith 22.........................................................Marc Bulger 13........................................................ Clint Trickett 10.......................................................Jeff Hostetler 10....................................................Chad Johnston 9.......................................................Skyler Howard 9............................................................ Oliver Luck 7................................................. Rasheed Marshall 6........................................................ Jarrett Brown 6...........................................................Major Harris 6............................................................ Brad Lewis 6...............................................................Pat White 5.......................................................... Clint Trickett 5.........................................................Bernie Galiffa 5........................................................... Dan Kendra 5..................................................... Mike Sherwood 4........................................................... Paul Millard 3........................................................Allen McCune 3......................................................Darren Studstill 3........................................................... Kevin White 2............................................................ Eric Boykin 2....................................................... Mark Hoffman 2....................................................... Jake Kelchner 2....................................................... Scott McBrien 2............................................................Mike Timko 1........................ Ade Dillon, Chuck Fiorante, Gerry Fisher, Greg Jones, Richard Longfellow, Tony Reda, Ben Reed, James Walthall

8 GAMES Clint Trickett: 2013-14 Baylor, 10/18..................................................... 322 Texas Tech, 10/11.............................................. 301 Kansas, 10/4..................................................... 302 Oklahoma, 9/20................................................. 376 Maryland, 9/13.................................................. 511 Towson, 9/6....................................................... 348 Alabama, 8/30................................................... 365 Iowa State, 11/30.............................................. 356

5 GAMES Geno Smith: 2011-12 Clemson, 1/4..................................................... 407 Marshall, 9/1...................................................... 323 James Madison, 9/15........................................ 411 Maryland, 9/22.................................................. 338 Baylor, 9/29....................................................... 656

3 GAMES Geno Smith: 2011 Norfolk State, 9/10............................................ 371 Maryland, 9/17.................................................. 388 LSU, 9/24.......................................................... 463

2 GAMES Geno Smith: 2012 Oklahoma State, 11/10..................................... 364 Oklahoma, 11/17............................................... 320

Geno Smith: 2011 Louisville, 11/5................................................... 410 Cincinnati, 11/12............................................... 372 Geno Smith: 2011 Connecticut, 10/8.............................................. 450 Syracuse, 10/21................................................ 338 Marc Bulger: 1998 Boston College, 11/21....................................... 312 Pitt, 11/27.......................................................... 409 Missouri, 12/26.................................................. 429 Marc Bulger: 1997 Pitt, 11/28.......................................................... 348 Georgia Tech, 12/29.......................................... 353 Bernie Galiffa: 1972 Penn State, 10/28.............................................. 341 Pitt, 11/4............................................................ 314

Consecutive 200-Yard Games 18 GAMES Geno Smith: 2011-2012 Marshall, 9/4...................................................... 249 Norfolk State, 9/10............................................ 371 Maryland, 9/17.................................................. 388 LSU, 9/24.......................................................... 463 Bowling Green, 10/1.......................................... 238 Connecticut, 10/8.............................................. 450 Syracuse, 10/21................................................ 338 Rutgers, 10/29................................................... 218 Louisville, 11/5................................................... 410 Cincinnati, 11/12............................................... 372 Pitt, 11/25.......................................................... 244 USF, 12/1........................................................... 237 Clemson, 1/4..................................................... 407 Marshall, 9/1...................................................... 323 James Madison, 9/15........................................ 411 Maryland, 9/22.................................................. 338 Baylor, 9/29....................................................... 656 Texas, 10/6........................................................ 268 Texas Tech, 10/13.............................................. 278

10 GAMES Marc Bulger: 1997-98 Pitt, 11/28.......................................................... 348 Georgia Tech, 12/29.......................................... 353 Ohio State, 9/5.................................................. 232 Maryland, 9/19.................................................. 293 Tulsa, 9/26......................................................... 253 Navy, 10/3......................................................... 354 Temple, 10/10.................................................... 257 Miami, 10/24...................................................... 380 Virginia Tech, 10/31........................................... 240 Syracuse, 11/9.................................................. 257

9 GAMES Clint Trickett: 2013-14 Oklahoma State, 10/25..................................... 238 Baylor, 10/18..................................................... 322 Texas Tech, 10/11.............................................. 301 Kansas, 10/4..................................................... 302 Oklahoma, 9/20................................................. 376 Maryland, 9/13.................................................. 511 Towson, 9/6....................................................... 348 Alabama, 8/30................................................... 365 Iowa State, 11/30.............................................. 356 GenoSMITH

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6 GAMES Geno Smith: 2012 TCU, 11/3.......................................................... 260 Oklahoma State, 11/10..................................... 364 Oklahoma, 11/17............................................... 320 Iowa State, 11/23.............................................. 236 Kansas, 12/1..................................................... 407 Syracuse, 12/29................................................ 201

5 GAMES Skyler Howard: 2014-15 Maryland, 9/26.................................................. 294 Liberty, 9/12....................................................... 263 Georgia Southern, 9/5....................................... 359 Texas A&M, 12/29............................................. 346 Iowa State, 11/29.............................................. 285

Jarrett Brown: 2009 Liberty, 9/5......................................................... 243 East Carolina, 9/12............................................ 334 Auburn, 9/19...................................................... 221 Marc Bulger: 1998 Boston College, 11/21....................................... 312 Pitt, 11/27.......................................................... 409 Missouri, 12/26.................................................. 429 Major Harris: 1989 South Carolina, 9/16.......................................... 239 Louisville, 9/23................................................... 245 Pitt, 9/30............................................................ 250 Jeff Hostetler: 1983 Ohio, 9/3............................................................ 215 Pacific, 9/10....................................................... 213 Maryland, 9/17.................................................. 218

3 GAMES Skyler Howard: 2015 Arizona State, 1/2.............................................. 532 Kansas State, 12/5............................................ 281 Iowa State, 11/28.............................................. 202 Clint Trickett: 2013 TCU, 11/2.......................................................... 267 Kansas State, 10/26.......................................... 227 Texas Tech, 10/19.............................................. 254 Geno Smith: 2010 Coastal Carolina, 9/4......................................... 216 Marshall, 9/10.................................................... 316 Maryland, 9/18.................................................. 268

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2 GAMES Skyler Howard: 2014 Texas A&M, 12/29............................................. 346 Iowa State, 11/29.............................................. 285 Paul Millard: 2013 Kansas, 11/16................................................... 245 Texas, 11/9........................................................ 259 Paul Millard: 2013 Oklahoma, 9/7................................................... 218 William & Mary, 8/31.......................................... 237

Geno Smith: 2010 UNLV, 10/9......................................................... 220 USF, 10/14......................................................... 219 Geno Smith: 2010 Pitt, 11/26.......................................................... 212 Rutgers, 12/4..................................................... 352 Rasheed Marshall: 2003 Pitt, 11/15.......................................................... 216 Syracuse, 11/22................................................ 271 Brad Lewis: 2001 Kent State, 9/22................................................ 286 Maryland, 9/29.................................................. 290 Marc Bulger: 1999 Temple, 10/23.................................................... 226 Miami, 10/30...................................................... 346 Marc Bulger: 1999 East Carolina, 9/4.............................................. 220 Miami (Ohio), 9/11............................................. 235 Marc Bulger: 1997 Virginia Tech, 10/25........................................... 217 Syracuse, 11/1.................................................. 209 Marc Bulger: 1997 Boston College, 9/13......................................... 218 Miami, 9/27........................................................ 219 Chad Johnston: 1995 Purdue, 9/2........................................................ 390 Temple, 9/9........................................................ 210 Chad Johnston: 1994 Missouri, 10/1.................................................... 291 Pitt, 10/15.......................................................... 396 Eric Boykin: 1994 Ball State, 9/3.................................................... 248 Rutgers, 9/10..................................................... 233 Darren Studstill: 1993 Rutgers, 11/6..................................................... 214 Temple, 11/13.................................................... 274 Major Harris: 1988 Boston College, 10/22....................................... 297 Penn State, 10/29.............................................. 230 Mike Timko: 1986 East Carolina, 9/13............................................ 234 Maryland, 9/20.................................................. 201 Jeff Hostetler: 1983 Rutgers, 11/12................................................... 279 Syracuse, 11/19................................................ 238 Jeff Hostetler: 1982 Oklahoma, 9/11................................................. 321 Maryland, 9/18.................................................. 285 Oliver Luck: 1981 East Carolina, 10/31.......................................... 257 Temple, 11/7...................................................... 234 Oliver Luck: 1980 Colorado State, 9/13......................................... 269 Maryland, 9/20.................................................. 206 Dan Kendra: 1977 Penn State, 10/22.............................................. 222 Villanova, 10/29................................................. 309 Bernie Galiffa: 1972 Penn State, 10/28.............................................. 341 Pitt, 11/4............................................................ 314 Allen McCune: 1965 William & Mary, 9/25.......................................... 296 Pitt, 10/2............................................................ 320


100-YARD RECEIVING Games

In West Virginia history, a total of 59 players have gained at least 100 yards receiving on 169 occasions, led by Stedman Bailey (2010-12) with 14 receiving games of 100 or more yards.

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Name Yards/Catches Stedman Bailey Stedman Bailey Kevin White Mario Alford Tavon Austin Chris Henry Stedman Bailey Pat Greene Rahsaan Vanterpool David Saunders Calvin Phillips Oscar Patrick Shawn Foreman Tavon Austin Zach Abraham Tavon Austin Antonio Brown Stedman Bailey David Saunders Chris Henry Kevin White Stedman Bailey Mike Baker Shawn Foreman Herbert Barna

303/13 225/14 216/13 215/8 215/14 209/6 205/13 205/12 205/9 191/8 190/5 190/10 189/11 187/11 180/6 179/13 179/6 178/7 178/11 176/4 173/10 173/13 172/8 164/6 161/3

Team/Year

Baylor/2012 Oklahoma State/2012 Maryland/2014 Iowa State/2013 Baylor/2012 Syracuse/2003 Oklahoma/2012 Pitt/1997 Pitt/1994 Boston College/1996 Cal-Fullerton/1988 Penn State/1968 Missouri/1998 LSU/2011 Pitt/1994 Maryland/2012 East Carolina/2000 Connecticut/2011 Rutgers/1996 Rutgers/2003 Oklahoma/2014 James Madison/2012 Rutgers/1993 Rutgers/1996 Cincinnati/1936

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Name Yards/Catches Stedman Bailey Antonio Brown Shawn Foreman Khori Ivy Shawn Foreman Rahsaan Vanterpool Willie Drewrey Gary Mullen Danny Buggs Lovett Purnell David Saunders Shelton Gibson Rich Hollins Rich Hollins Reggie Rembert Shelton Gibson Kevin White Khori Ivy Cedric Thomas Darrell Miller Danny Buggs Jerry Porter Bob Dunlevy Milt Clegg Jim Braxton

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159/11 156/6 158/9 155/7 153/10 152/9 152/6 152/7 151/6 149/8 149/8 148/6 148/6 148/8 145/5 143/4 143/9 142/9 142/7 141/8 140/6 139/3 139/5 139/8 138/5

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Kansas/2012 Ole Miss/2000 Miami/1998 Temple/2000 Boston College/1997 Boston College/1996 TCU/1984 Virginia/1984 Illinois/1973 Purdue/1995 Rutgers/1995 Iowa State/2015 Virginia Tech/1981 Maryland/1981 Pitt/1989 Arizona State/2016 Alabama/2014 Miami/1999 Temple/1980 Virginia/1981 William & Mary/1972 Pitt/1999 William & Mary/1965 Syracuse/1964 East Carolina/1970

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100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES

Name Yards/Catches Terry Fairbanks Mario Alford Rahsaan Vanterpool James Jett Darius Reynaud Lovett Purnell Reggie Rembert Kevin White Kevin White Kevin White Chris Henry Marshall Mills Mario Alford Ivan McCartney Shelton Gibson Kevin White Stedman Bailey Steve Slaton David Saunders David Saunders Ed Hill Cedric Thomas Kevin White Greg Dykes Jordan Thompson Tavon Austin Shawn Foreman Mike Baker Danny Buggs Bill Marker Jay Kearney Cedric Thomas Nate Stephens Jerry Porter Kevin White Tavon Austin Chris Henry Tavon Austin Zach Abraham Jovon Durante Stedman Bailey Tavon Austin Ross Herron Bob Mellace Chris Henry Shelton Gibson Stedman Bailey Chris Henry Bob Dunlevy Travis Garvin Phil Braxton Ka’Raun White Antonio Brown Stedman Bailey Jock Sanders Shawn Foreman Rahsaan Vanterpool Steve Lewis Danny Buggs Tom Yeater J.D. Woods Calvin Phillips Tavon Austin Stedman Bailey

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138/4 136/7 135/6 135/5 134/9 134/3 134/5 132/16 132/8 132/6 132/5 132/7 131/11 131/6 130/3 130/7 130/7 130/6 130/9 130/6 130/9 130/7 129/7 128/5 127/5 126/9 126/7 126/8 126/7 126/5 125/3 125/3 125/5 124/4 123/13 123/12 123/5 122/11 122/3 121/3 121/8 121/6 121/7 121/4 119/4 118/6 118/8 118/8 118/4 117/3 117/3 116/4 116/8 115/8 115/12 115/5 115/10 115/5 115/5 115/3 114/13 114/4 113/11 113/8

Team/Year

Boston U./1958 Oklahoma State/2014 Temple/1995 Cincinnati/1990 Marshall/2007 Rutgers/1995 Ball State/1989 Texas/2014 Baylor/2014 Kansas/2014 Boston College/2003 Virginia/1972 Maryland/2014 Connecticut/2011 Georgia Southern/2015 Baylor/2013 Syracuse/2011 Pitt/2006 North Carolina/1996 Purdue/1995 Miami/1992 Villanova/1977 Texas A&M/2014 South Carolina/1989 Kansas State/2015 Cincinnati/2011 East Carolina/1997 Maryland/1993 Penn State/1972 Penn State/1953 Missouri/1993 Colorado State/1980 William & Mary/1971 Georgia Tech/1997 Texas Tech/2014 Clemson/2012 UCF/2003 Maryland/2011 Temple/1994 Georgia Southern/2015 Syracuse/2012 Rutgers/2010 Western Reserve/1950 Penn State/1940 Rutgers/2004 Maryland/2015 Louisville/2011 Boston College/2004 Syracuse/1965 Virginia Tech/2003 Pitt/2000 Arizona State/2016 Kent State/2001 LSU/2011 Auburn/2009 Pitt/1998 Ball State/1994 California/1978 Pitt/1972 Oregon State/1962 Baylor/2012 Penn State/1988 James Madison/2012 Maryland/2011

Name Yards/Catches Khori Ivy David Saunders John Talley Oscar Patrick Oscar Patrick Kelly Moan Stedman Bailey Steve Lewis Tavon Austin Rahsaan Vanterpool Ed Hill Danny Buggs Oscar Patrick Darius Reynaud David Saunders Shawn Foreman Rahsaan Vanterpool Scott MacDonald Jordan Thompson Devon Brown Jay Kearney Rich Hollins Oscar Patrick Oscar Patrick Phil Braxton Phil Braxton Antonio Brown Bernie Huntz Zach Abraham Tavon Austin Miquelle Henderson Jay Kearney Jay Kearney Harvey Smith Charles Becca Miquelle Henderson Anthony Becht David Saunders Randy Swinson Stedman Bailey Stedman Bailey Jay Kearney Reggie Rembert John Talley Danny Buggs Tavon Austin Tavon Austin James Jett Kevin White Tavon Austin Mario Alford Ivan McCartney David Saunders James Jett Rich Hollins Steve Lewis Richard Rader Brad Starks Darrell Miller

113/6 113/7 113/4 113/7 113/5 113/2 112/4 112/7 111/4 111/3 111/4 111/4 111/7 110/5 110/6 110/12 110/8 110/5 109/6 109/4 109/5 109/4 109/5 109/5 108/2 108/4 108/10 108/3 107/7 106/7 106/5 106/4 106/5 106/4 106/3 105/8 105/5 105/8 105/7 104/9 104/6 104/3 104/5 104/7 103/8 102/10 102/10 102/5 101/10 101/11 101/7 101/8 101/5 101/3 101/3 101/5 101/3 100/4 100/5

Team/Year

Pitt/1998 Syracuse/1996 Syracuse/1987 Virginia Tech/1968 Penn State/1967 Western Maryland/1937 Bowling Green/2011 Colorado State/1978 Kansas/2012 Louisiana Tech/1994 Temple/1993 Boston College/1973 Villanova/1968 East Carolina/2006 Syracuse/1998 Georgia Tech/1997 Purdue/1996 N.C. State/1975 Texas Tech/2014 Norfolk State/2011 Penn State/1992 Maryland/1983 Richmond/1968 Villanova/1967 Pitt/2002 Virginia/2002 Maryland/2001 NYU/1947 South Carolina/1994 Maryland/2010 Wisconsin/2002 Rutgers/1993 Boston College/1993 Syracuse/1985 Temple/1948 Cincinnati/2002 Boston College/1999 East Carolina/1996 Penn State/1977 Marshall/2012 Cincinnati/2011 Maryland/1993 Syracuse/1989 Syracuse/1986 Temple/1974 Texas/2012 Pitt/2011 Maryland/1990 Towson/2014 TCU/2012 Oklahoma/2014 Maryland/2011 Temple/1998 Louisiana Tech/1992 Oklahoma/1982 Boston College/1976 Pitt/1965 UNLV/2010 Florida State/1982

Note: Current records limit the complete listing to 1948-2014. Other performances are added as they can be verified.


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Double 100-Yard Games

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Career 100-Yard Games 14..................................................... Stedman Bailey 13..........................................................Tavon Austin 10........................................................... Kevin White 9.......................................................David Saunders 7...................................................... Shawn Foreman 6..........................................................Danny Buggs, Chris Henry, Oscar Patrick, Rahsaan Vanterpool 5............................................................ Jay Kearney 4............................................................Mario Alford, Antonio Brown, Shelton Gibson, Rich Hollins 3........................................................Zach Abraham, Phil Braxton, Khori Ivy, James Jett, Steve, Lewis, Reggie Rembert, Cedric Thomas 2............................................................. Mike Baker, Robert Dunlevy, Miquelle Henderson, Ed Hill, Ivan McCartney, Darrell Miller, Calvin Phillips, Jerry Porter, Lovett Purnell, Darius Reynaud, John Talley, Jordan Thompson, 1.........................................................Herbert Barna, Charles Becca, Anthony Becht, Jim Braxton, Devon Brown, Milton, Clegg, Willie Drewrey, Jovon Durante, Greg Dykes, Terry Fairbanks, Travis Garvin, Pat Greene, Ross Herron, Bernie Huntz, Scott MacDonald, William Marker, Bob Mellace, Marshall Mills, Kelly Moan, Gary Mullen, Richard Rader, Jock Sanders, Steve Slaton, Harvey Smith, Brad Starks, Nathaniel Stephens, Randy Swinson, Ka’Raun White, J.D. Woods, Thomas Yeater

Triple 100-Yard Games Baylor: September 29, 2012 Stedman Bailey............................................ 13/303 Tavon Austin................................................. 14/215 J.D. Woods................................................... 13/114 Maryland: September 17, 2011 Tavon Austin................................................. 11/122 Stedman Bailey.............................................. 8/113 Ivan McCartney.............................................. 8/101

Arizona State: January 2, 2016 Shelton Gibson............................................... 4/143 Ka’Raun White................................................ 4/116 Georgia Southern: September 5, 2015 Shelton Gibson............................................... 3/130 Jovon Durante................................................ 3/121 Texas Tech: October 11, 2014 Kevin White.................................................. 13/123 Jordan Thompson.......................................... 6/109 Oklahoma: September 20, 2014 Kevin White.................................................. 10/173 Mario Alford.................................................... 7/101 Maryland: September 13, 2014 Kevin White.................................................. 13/216 Mario Alford.................................................. 11/131 Kansas: December 1, 2012 Stedman Bailey............................................ 11/159 Tavon Austin................................................... 4/110 James Madison: September 15, 2012 Stedman Bailey............................................ 13/173 Tavon Austin................................................. 11/113 LSU: September 24, 2011 Tavon Austin................................................. 11/187 Stedman Bailey.............................................. 8/115 Connecticut: October 8, 2011 Stedman Bailey.............................................. 7/178 Ivan McCartney.............................................. 6/131 Cincinnati: November 12, 2011 Tavon Austin................................................... 9/126 Stedman Bailey.............................................. 6/104 Pitt: November 27, 1998 Shawn Foreman............................................. 5/115 Khori Ivy.......................................................... 6/113 Georgia Tech: December 29, 1997 Jerry Porter..................................................... 4/124 Shawn Foreman........................................... 12/110 Rutgers: November 9, 1996 David Saunders............................................ 11/178 Shawn Foreman............................................. 6/164 Boston College: October 5, 1996 David Saunders.............................................. 8/191 Rahsaan Vanterpool....................................... 9/152 Rutgers: November 4, 1995 David Saunders.............................................. 8/149 Lovett Purnell................................................. 3/134 Purdue: September 2, 1995 Lovett Purnell................................................. 8/149 David Saunders.............................................. 6/130 Pitt: October 15, 1994 Rahsaan Vanterpool....................................... 9/205 Zach Abraham................................................ 6/180 Rutgers: November 6, 1993 Mike Baker..................................................... 8/172 Jay Kearney.................................................... 4/106 Maryland: September 18, 1993 Mike Baker..................................................... 8/126 Jay Kearney.................................................... 3/104

Consecutive 100-Yard Games Kevin White: 2014 Alabama, 8/30................................................ 9/143 Towson, 9/6.................................................. 10/101 Maryland, 9/13............................................. 13/216

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Oklahoma, 9/20............................................ 10/173 Kansas, 10/4.................................................. 6/132 Texas Tech, 10/11......................................... 13/123 Baylor, 10/18.................................................. 8/132 Mario Alford: 2014 Maryland, 9/13............................................. 11/131 Oklahoma, 9/20.............................................. 7/101 Stedman Bailey: 2012 Syracuse, 12/29............................................. 8/121 Kansas, 12/1................................................ 11/159 Stedman Bailey: 2012 Oklahoma, 11/17.......................................... 13/205 Oklahoma State, 11/10................................ 14/225 Tavon Austin: 2012 Texas, 10/6 .................................................. 10/102 Baylor, 9/29.................................................. 14/215 Maryland, 9/22............................................. 13/179 James Madison, 9/15................................... 11/113 Stedman Bailey: 2012 James Madison, 9/15................................... 13/173 Marshall, 9/1................................................... 9/104 Stedman Bailey: 2011 Cincinnati, 11/12............................................ 6/104 Louisville, 11/5................................................ 8/118 Stedman Bailey: 2011 Syracuse, 10/21............................................. 7/130 Connecticut, 10/8........................................... 7/178 Bowling Green, 10/1....................................... 4/112 LSU, 9/24....................................................... 8/115 Maryland, 9/17............................................... 8/113 Tavon Austin: 2011 LSU, 9/24..................................................... 11/187 Maryland, 9/17............................................. 11/122 Tavon Austin: 2011 Pitt, 11/25..................................................... 10/102 Cincinnati, 11/12............................................ 9/126 Chris Henry: 2003 UCF, 11/1........................................................ 5/123 Boston College, 11/8...................................... 5/132 Phil Braxton: 2002 Pitt, 11/30....................................................... 2/108 Virginia, 12/28................................................. 4/108 Miquelle Henderson: 2002 Wisconsin, 9/7................................................ 5/106 Cincinnati, 9/14.............................................. 8/105 Antonio Brown: 2001 Kent State, 9/22............................................. 8/116 Maryland, 9/29............................................. 10/108 Shawn Foreman: 1998 Pitt, 11/27....................................................... 5/115 Missouri, 12/26............................................. 11/189 Shawn Foreman: 1997 East Carolina, 9/6........................................... 7/126 Boston College, /9/13.................................. 10/153 David Saunders: 1996 Syracuse, 11/2............................................... 7/113 Rutgers, 11/9................................................ 11/178 Jay Kearney: 1993 Maryland, 9/18............................................... 3/104 Missouri, 9/25................................................. 3/125 Danny Buggs: 1972 Penn State, 10/28........................................... 7/126 Pitt, 11/4......................................................... 5/115

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200/300 YARD TOTAL OFFENSE Games

300-Yard Total Offense Games Pl/Yds. Name 56/687 Geno Smith Skyler Howard 59/555 55/507 Clint Trickett 67/468 Geno Smith Geno Smith 48/433 Geno Smith 49/431 41/429 Geno Smith Pat White 38/424 52/424 Marc Bulger Geno Smith 28/412 34/407 Jarrett Brown 47/407 Mike Sherwood Geno Smith 49/402 39/396 Geno Smith Marc Bulger 38/394 44/388 Geno Smith Pat White 53/387 55/379 Skyler Howard Geno Smith 52/377 39/372 Geno Smith Geno Smith 37/372 39/372 Major Harris Chad Johnston 51/370 34/366 Skyler Howard Geno Smith 62/363 40/362 Clint Trickett Clint Trickett 45/357 Marc Bulger 47/356 47/354 Skyler Howard Oliver Luck 52/354 50/352 Geno Smith Chad Johnston 43/352 49/351 Marc Bulger Clint Trickett 40/347 43/347 Pat White Pat White 34/346 43/344 Ford Childress Tavon Austin 21/344 49/343 Clint Trickett Chad Johnston 35/339 25/337 Kay-Jay Harris Skyler Howard 38/331 51/330 Skyler Howard Geno Smith 59/329 31/329 Marc Bulger Pat White 40/328 40/327 Marc Bulger Marc Bulger 47/327 40/327 Oliver Luck Pat White 30/326 34/326 Ira Errett Rodgers Marc Bulger 45/325 55/324 Rasheed Marshall Geno Smith 48/323

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Opponent Baylor Arizona State Maryland LSU Clemson Connecticut James Madison Pitt Missouri Kansas East Carolina Pitt Louisville Rutgers Pitt Marshall North Carolina Texas A&M Maryland Oklahoma Norfolk State Boston College Pitt Georgia Southern Oklahoma State Towson Oklahoma Miami Iowa State Syracuse Cincinnati Purdue Miami Iowa State Louisville Syracuse Georgia State Oklahoma Alabama Boston College East Carolina Liberty Baylor Marshall Pitt Louisville Navy Pitt Temple Oklahoma West Virginia Wesleyan Georgia Tech Boston College Maryland

Date 9/29/2012 1/2/2016 9/13/2014 9/24/2011 1/4/2012 10/8/2011 9/15/2012 11/16/2006 12/26/98 12/1/2012 9/12/2009 9/28/68 11/5/2011 12/4/2010 11/27/98 9/1/2012 12/27/2008 12/29/2014 9/17/2011 11/17/2012 9/10/2011 10/22/88 10/15/94 9/5/2015 11/10/2012 9/6/2014 9/20/2014 10/24/98 11/29/2014 11/21/81 11/12/2011 9/2/95 10/30/99 11/30/2013 11/2/2006 10/14/2006 9/14/2013 11/17/2012 8/30/2014 10/5/96 9/4/2004 9/12/2015 10/17/2015 9/10/2010 11/27/99 11/8/2007 10/3/98 11/28/97 11/8/80 1/2/2008 11/30/16 12/29/97 11/13/2004 9/22/2012

27/323 32/322 46/318 46/317 34/315 57/314 45/313 28/312 33/312 28/308 45/307 39/307 40/306 30/306 23/305 45/304 36/304 35/302 35/302 47/301 32/300

Chad Johnston Pat White Major Harris Jarrett Brown Jeff Hostetler Clint Trickett Eric Boykin Jarrett Brown Chad Johnston Marc Bulger Skyler Howard Richard Longfellow Brad Lewis Marc Bulger Brad Lewis Geno Smith Major Harris Clint Trickett Major Harris Major Harris Pat White

Rutgers Louisville Louisville Rutgers Oklahoma Oklahoma State Ball State Liberty Missouri Maryland Maryland Boston University Kent State Boston College Mississippi Syracuse Rutgers Kansas Rutgers Penn State Rutgers

11/4/95 11/22/2008 9/23/89 12/2/2006 9/11/82 9/28/2013 9/3/94 9/5/2009 9/10/94 9/19/98 9/26/2015 10/11/58 9/22/2001 11/21/98 12/28/2000 10/21/2011 11/14/87 10/4/2014 11/11/89 11/4/89 10/27/2007

200-Yard Total Offense Games Pl/Yds. Name 56/687 Geno Smith 59/555 Skyler Howard Clint Trickett 55/507 Geno Smith 67/468 48/433 Geno Smith 49/431 Geno Smith Geno Smith 41/429 Pat White 38/424 52/424 Marc Bulger 28/412 Geno Smith Jarrett Brown 34/407 47/407 Mike Sherwood Geno Smith 49/402 39/396 Geno Smith Marc Bulger 38/394 44/388 Geno Smith Pat White 53/387 55/379 Skyler Howard Geno Smith 52/377 39/372 Geno Smith Geno Smith 37/372 39/372 Major Harris Chad Johnston 51/370 34/366 Skyler Howard Geno Smith 62/363 40/362 Clint Trickett Clint Trickett 45/357 Marc Bulger 47/356 47/354 Skyler Howard Oliver Luck 52/354 50/352 Geno Smith Chad Johnston 43/352

Opponent Baylor Arizona State Maryland LSU Clemson Connecticut James Madison Pitt Missouri Kansas East Carolina Pitt Louisville Rutgers Pitt Marshall North Carolina Texas A&M Maryland Oklahoma Norfolk State Boston College Pitt Georgia Southern Oklahoma State Towson Oklahoma Miami Iowa State Syracuse Cincinnati Purdue

Date 9/29/2012 1/2/2016 9/13/2014 9/24/2011 1/4/2012 10/8/2011 9/15/2012 11/16/2006 12/26/98 12/1/2012 9/12/2009 9/28/68 11/5/2011 12/4/2010 11/27/98 9/1/2012 12/27/2008 12/29/2014 9/17/2011 11/17/2012 9/10/2011 10/22/88 10/15/94 9/5/2015 11/10/2012 9/6/2014 9/20/2014 10/24/98 11/29/2014 11/21/81 11/12/2011 9/2/95


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ClintTRICKETT

49/351 40/347 43/347 34/346 43/344 21/344 49/343 35/339 25/337 38/331 51/330 59/329 31/329 40/328 40/327 47/327 40/327 30/326 34/326 45/325 55/324 48/323 27/323 32/322 46/318 46/317 34/315 57/314 45/313 28/312 33/312 28/308 45/307 39/307 40/306 30/306 23/305 45/304 36/304 35/302 35/302 47/301 32/300 36/299 38/297 44/297 31/296 40/295 49/295

Marc Bulger Clint Trickett Pat White Pat White Ford Childress Tavon Austin Clint Trickett Chad Johnston Kay-Jay Harris Skyler Howard Skyler Howard Geno Smith Marc Bulger Pat White Marc Bulger Marc Bulger Oliver Luck Pat White Ira Errett Rodgers Marc Bulger Rasheed Marshall Geno Smith Chad Johnston Pat White Major Harris Jarrett Brown Jeff Hostetler Clint Trickett Eric Boykin Jarrett Brown Chad Johnston Marc Bulger Skyler Howard Richard Longfellow Brad Lewis Marc Bulger Brad Lewis Geno Smith Major Harris Clint Trickett Major Harris Major Harris Pat White Dan Kendra Clint Trickett Bernie Galiffa Major Harris Pat White Darren Studstill

JeffHOSTETLER

Miami Iowa State Louisville Syracuse Georgia State Oklahoma Alabama Boston College East Carolina Liberty Baylor Marshall Pitt Louisville Navy Pitt Temple Oklahoma West Virginia Wesleyan Georgia Tech Boston College Maryland Rutgers Louisville Louisville Rutgers Oklahoma Oklahoma State Ball State Liberty Missouri Maryland Maryland Boston University Kent State Boston College Mississippi Syracuse Rutgers Kansas Rutgers Penn State Rutgers Villanova Baylor Penn State South Carolina Cincinnati Miami, Fla.

10/30/99 11/30/2013 11/2/2006 10/14/2006 9/14/2013 11/17/2012 8/30/2014 10/5/96 9/4/2004 9/12/2015 10/17/2015 9/10/2010 11/27/99 11/8/2007 10/3/98 11/28/97 11/8/80 1/2/2008 11/30/16 12/29/97 11/13/2004 9/22/2012 11/4/95 11/22/2008 9/23/89 12/2/2006 9/11/82 9/28/2013 9/3/94 9/5/2009 9/10/94 9/19/98 9/26/2015 10/11/58 9/22/2001 11/21/98 12/28/2000 10/21/2011 11/14/87 10/4/2014 11/11/89 11/4/89 10/27/2007 10/29/77 10/18/2014 10/28/72 9/16/89 11/17/2007 10/31/92

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51/295 29/294 25/293 33/293 24/293 22/291 47/290 27/290 61/290 20/290 19/289 64/288 37/287 28/284 58/283 38/282 48/279 33/278 42/278 31/277 41/277 53/277 37/276 30/276 28/276 36/276 39/275 32/275 30/274 30/273 42/271 37/270 35/269 52/268 41/267 22/267 21/266 30/266 33/266 23/265 21/265 28/265 42/265 30/263 31/262 34/262 33/261 58/260 30/260

Rasheed Marshall Allen McCune Pat White Jeff Hostetler Oliver Luck Kerry Marbury Clint Trickett Rasheed Marshall Brad Lewis Allen McCune Pat White Geno Smith Jarrett Brown Kirk Lewis Geno Smith Ade Dillon Mike Sherwood Major Harris Bernie Galiffa Darren Studstill Major Harris Dan Kendra Pat White Brad Lewis Chad Johnston Oliver Luck Skyler Howard Rasheed Marshall Pat White Darren Studstill Pat White Marc Bulger Jeff Hostetler Skyler Howard Jeff Hostetler Ira Errett Rodgers Pat White Major Harris Major Harris Bernie Galiffa Major Harris Oliver Luck Bernie Galiffa Rasheed Marshall Skyler Howard Geno Smith Pat White Pat White Avon Cobourne

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Wisconsin Pitt Connecticut Rutgers Colorado State Temple Texas Tech UCF Maryland William & Mary Western Michigan TCU Auburn Syracuse Texas Tech Illinois Penn State Pitt Syracuse Temple Syracuse Syracuse Georgia Tech East Carolina Temple East Carolina Iowa State Syracuse Marshall Rutgers Villanova Syracuse Penn State Kansas State Maryland Princeton South Florida Penn State Syracuse Virginia Boston College Virginia Tech Pitt Virginia Kansas Maryland Pitt Cincinnati East Carolina

9/7/2002 10/2/65 11/24/2007 11/12/83 9/13/80 10/23/71 10/11/2014 9/11/2004 9/29/2001 9/25/65 9/1/2007 11/3/2012 9/19/2009 11/9/74 10/13/2012 9/29/73 10/5/68 9/30/89 11/20/71 11/13/93 11/23/89 11/22/75 1/1/2007 11/18/2000 11/12/94 10/31/81 11/28/2015 11/22/2003 9/8/2007 11/23/91 8/30/2008 11/7/98 10/22/83 12/5/2015 9/18/82 11/1/19 12/3/2006 10/29/88 11/21/87 9/23/72 10/28/89 10/17/81 11/4/72 12/28/2002 11/21/2015 9/18/2010 11/24/2005 11/8/2008 9/28/2002

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PatWHITE

RasheedMARSHALL

Pl/Yds. Name 27/260 29/258 40/257 27/257 38/256 51/255 35/255 31/255 37/255 26/254 47/253 35/252 33/251 47/250 26/250 38/249 44/249 31/249 31/249 39/249 36/248 38/248 38/247 35/247 50/247 20/246 34/246 30/244 30/244 44/243 32/242 24/242 54/241

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Jake Kelchner Pat White Geno Smith Major Harris Geno Smith Geno Smith Pat White Rasheed Marshall Dan Kendra James Walthall Jeff Hostetler Jake Kelchner Geno Smith Jeff Hostetler Allen McCune Geno Smith Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Scott McBrien Scott McBrien Clint Trickett Rasheed Marshall Marc Bulger Kevin White Mike Sherwood Major Harris Kevin White Jarrett Brown Rasheed Marshall Clint Trickett Geno Smith Jake Kelchner Clint Trickett

Opponent Maryland Connecticut USF Ball State Marshall NC State East Carolina Temple Boston College Waynesburg Pitt Miami, Ohio Iowa State Syracuse Syracuse Pitt Pitt Pitt Pitt Notre Dame Kansas State Connecticut Tulsa Rutgers Virginia Tech Cincinnati Texas Christian USF Rutgers TCU Bowling Green Syracuse Texas

Date 9/13/93 10/20/2006 12/1/2011 9/2/89 9/4/2011 12/28/2010 9/23/2006 11/6/2004 10/16/76 9/18/48 10/2/82 9/5/92 11/23/2012 11/19/83 11/21/64 11/25/2011 11/25/2004 11/15/2003 11/24/2000 10/21/2000 10/26/2013 10/13/2004 9/26/98 11/10/84 10/26/68 10/17/87 12/31/84 10/30/2009 10/30/2004 11/2/2013 10/1/2011 10/30/93 11/8/2014

Pl/Yds. Name 37/241 33/240 29/239 39/239 22/238 46/237 25/237 26/237 36/237 40/236 39/236 54/235 50/235 41/235 26/235 20/235 32/234 36/233 28/232 26/231 22/231 20/230 39/230 32/230 45/229 42/229 35/228 23/227 35/226 38/226 36/226 49/224 35/224

Paul Millard Bernie Galiffa Geno Smith Chad Johnston Marc Bulger Paul Millard Jarrett Brown Pat White Brad Lewis Pat White Greg Jones Skyler Howard Clint Trickett Geno Smith Rasheed Marshall Jake Kelchner Amos Zereoue Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Geno Smith Pat White Chad Johnston Eric Boykin Jeff Hostetler Amos Zereoue Major Harris Marc Bulger Marc Bulger Darren Studstill Geno Smith Mike Sherwood

Opponent Texas Syracuse UNLV South Carolina Temple Kansas Syracuse Syracuse Temple Pitt Boston College Oklahoma State Texas Tech Texas Rutgers Missouri Notre Dame Cincinnati Miami Syracuse East Carolina Pitt Connecticut Pitt Rutgers Penn State Rutgers Cincinnati Temple Ohio State South Carolina Connecticut Maryland

Date 11/9/2013 11/18/72 10/9/2010 1/2/95 10/10/98 11/16/2013 10/10/2009 10/6/2007 9/28/2000 11/28/2008 10/27/90 10/10/2015 10/19/2013 10/6/2012 10/11/2003 9/25/93 11/22/97 9/14/2002 10/2/2003 10/21/2004 9/6/2003 11/26/2010 11/1/2008 11/24/95 9/10/94 10/23/82 11/14/98 10/21/89 10/23/99 9/5/98 9/14/91 10/29/2010 11/28/70


200/300-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES

BernieGALIFFA

Pl/Yds. Name 26/223 27/223 43/223 31/222 25/222 36/222 35/220 22/220 18/220 35/220 26/218 37/218 16/217 17/217 26/217 21/216 42/215 24/215 33/214 24/214 22/213 60/213 35/213 10/213 36/212 20/211 26/211 29/211 26/210 36/210 35/210 30/210 37/209

Paul Millard Pat White Rasheed Marshall Geno Smith Jarrett Brown Mark Hoffman Clint Trickett Noel Devine Noel Devine Oliver Luck Marc Bulger Mike Timko Brad Lewis Darren Studstill Jeff Hostetler Pat White Paul Millard Oliver Luck Major Harris Andrew Wood Chad Johnston Oliver Luck Mike Sherwood Armin Mahrt Geno Smith Pat White Oliver Luck Jerry Yost Avon Cobourne Major Harris Kevin White Chuck Fiorante Geno Smith

SteveSLATON

Opponent William & Mary East Carolina Temple Coastal Carolina Cincinnati Temple Oklahoma State Colorado Auburn Temple Virginia Tech East Carolina Rutgers Rutgers Pacific Marshall Oklahoma Colorado State Maryland Boston College Temple Temple Villanova Marietta USF Cincinnati Virginia The Citadel Pitt Syracuse Boston College Penn State Rutgers

Date 8/31/2013 9/22/2007 11/17/2001 9/4/2010 11/13/2009 10/21/78 10/25/2014 10/1/2009 10/23/2008 11/7/81 10/25/97 9/13/86 11/3/2001 11/6/93 9/10/83 9/2/2006 9/7/2013 9/26/81 9/9/89 9/11/71 9/9/95 9/18/79 11/16/68 10/7/22 10/14/2010 11/2/2005 9/12/81 11/17/62 11/27/99 11/19/88 10/20/84 10/26/74 10/29/2011

WVUFOOTBALL

Pl/Yds. Name 34/208 Quincy Wilson 35/208 Edward Williams Andrew Buie 31/207 39/207 Marc Bulger Amos Zereoue 25/206 26/206 Jake Kelchner Undra Johnson 35/206 53/206 Dan Kendra Rasheed Marshall 34/205 41/205 Brad Lewis Major Harris 21/205 35/205 Oliver Luck Ted Anderson 9/205 26/204 Steve Slaton Marc Bulger 48/204 36/204 Marc Bulger Ben Reed 32/204 27/204 Jeff Hostetler Steve Slaton 33/203 35/203 Marc Bulger Rasheed Marshall 34/202 10/202 Ira Errett Rodgers Major Harris 25/201 49/200 Skyler Howard Marc Bulger 34/200 14/200 Dan Kendra

Opponent Pitt South Carolina Texas Miami (Ohio) Miami Virginia Tech Temple Penn State Tennessee/Chattanooga Boston College Cincinnati Rutgers Virginia Military Georgia Virginia Tech Syracuse Boston College Ohio U. Marshall Boston College Florida State Marietta Rutgers TCU Rutgers Temple

Date 11/15/2003 12/30/69 10/6/2012 9/11/99 9/27/97 10/2/93 11/16/85 10/22/77 8/31/2002 11/13/99 11/5/88 11/15/80 10/24/53 1/2/2006 10/31/98 11/1/97 10/25/86 9/3/83 9/2/2006 9/13/97 1/1/2005 9/27/19 11/12/88 10/29/2015 11/14/98 10/9/76

Note: Current records limit the complete listing to 1948-2015. Other performances are added as they can be verified.

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DEFENSIVETouchdowns 1963-2015

Year

Player

2015 2015 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2009 2008 2007 2007 2007 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1999 1998 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993

Terrell Chestnut Jared Barber KJ Dillon Terrell Chestnut Dravon Henry Karl Joseph Darwin Cook Karl Joseph Ishmael Banks Doug Rigg Isaiah Bruce Darwin Cook Pat Miller Julian Miller Terence Garvin Sidney Glover Mortty Ivy Reed Williams Eric Wicks Keilen Dykes Eric Wicks Jahmile Addae Mike Lorello Eric Wicks Adam Lehnortt Adam Jones Adam Jones Angel Estrada Arthur Harrison Shawn Hackett Shawn Hackett Lance Frazier Jason Davis Richard Bryant Ben Meighan Grant Wiley Grant Wiley Shawn Hackett Jerry Porter Antwan Lake Barrett Green Boo Sensabaugh Charlie Emanuel Charles Fisher Perlo Bastien Aaron Beasley Aaron Beasley Vann Washington Vann Washington Aaron Beasley David Mayfield

28

Yards

TD

32 42 35 35 52 38 32 0 58 51 43 99 52 0 37 24 29 0 44 19 31 40 21 34 21 47 49 43 0 50 10 32 0 49 36 15 22 41 68 0 49 64 17 30 47 49 63 97 67 50 82

INT FUM INT FUM INT FUM INT FUM INT FUM FUM FUM INT FUM INT INT INT FUM FUM INT INT INT INT INT FUM FUM INT INT FUM INT FUM INT FUM INT FUM INT INT INT INT FUM INT INT FUM FUM INT INT INT INT INT INT INT

Opponent

Kansas Texas Texas A&M TCU Oklahoma State Iowa State Baylor Baylor Oklahoma State Maryland Marshall Clemson USF Cincinnati Maryland Rutgers Villanova Connecticut Louisville Syracuse Syracuse Pitt Connecticut Virginia Tech James Madison Temple Boston College Rutgers East Carolina Rutgers Rutgers Pitt East Carolina Rutgers Virginia Tech Idaho Boston College Boston College Miami (Ohio) Navy Maryland Rutgers Temple Temple Boston College Maryland Temple Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Pitt Rutgers

JaredBARBER

Year

Player

1993 1993 1990 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1981 1980 1980 1979 1977 1977 1975 1975 1974 1973 1971 1969 1968 1967 1967 1966 1966 1965 1965

Vann Washington Mike Collins Mike Collins Theron Ellis Willie Edwards Darrell Whitemore Bo Orlando Willie Edwards Darnell Warren Bo Orlando Robert Pickett Jeff Seals Delbert Fowler Darryl Talley Darryl Talley Thomas Pridemore Jody McKown Thomas Pridemore Charles Braswell Marcus Mauney Marcus Mauney Wilbert Newton Leon Jenkins John Hale Baker Brown John Mallory Dick Hardison John Mallory Richie Martha Richie Martha

Yards

TD

Opponent

27 97 49 25 49 34 56 0 23 84 26 41 14 30 12 100 35 87 63 99 56 11 31 69 48 76 40 36 31 40

INT FUM INT INT INT INT INT FUM INT INT INT INT FUM INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT INT FUM INT INT INT

Missouri Missouri Virginia Tech Boston College Syracuse Rutgers Maryland Bowling Green Oklahoma State East Carolina Maryland Boston College Virginia Virginia Richmond Penn State Boston College Temple Temple Virginia Tech Syracuse Boston College Pitt William & Mary The Citadel The Citadel George Washington The Citadel Syracuse The Citadel


CAREER Tackles TOTAL

Name/Position

Seasons

TT

UT

AT QS TFL PBU

Grant Wiley/LB

2000,01,02,03

492

298

194

Dennis Fowlkes/LB

79,80,81,82

459

286

173

Darryl Talley/LB Steve Grant/LB

Jeff Macerelli/LB Kyle Kayden/LB

Chris Haering/LB

Ken Culbertson/LB

Barrett Green/DB-LB Steve Dunlap/LB

Delbert Fowler/LB

Jack Eastwood/DB Charles Smith/DT Theron Ellis/LB Tim Agee/DB

Matt Smith/LB

Wes Richardson/LB Mike Collins/DB

Adam Lehnortt/LB

Nick Kwiatkoski/LB David Grant/MG Karl Joseph/DB

Rick Sherrod/DB

Derek Christian/LB Jeff Merrow/MG Brian King/DB

Anthony Daniels/DB Bruce Huffman/LB

Charles Emanuel/DB Joe Jelich/NG

Charles Miller/DB Mike Lorello/DB

Van Richardson/LB

Vann Washington/DB Robert Pickett/LB

John Spraggins/DE Dave Preston/LB Matt Taffoni/LB

Reed Williams/LB

Jahmile Addae/DB Mortty Ivy/LB

Kevin McLee/LB Ray Marshall/LB

Darwin Cook/DB Andy Peters/DE Brad Hunt/DT

Rich Lukowski/DT

Tom Pridemore/DB

James Davis/LB-DE Terence Garvin/DB

Todd Campbell/DT

79,80,81,82

88,89,90,91

75,76,77,78

98,99,2000,01 86,87,88,89

73,74,75,76

96,97,98,99 73,74,75

77,78,79,80 73,74,75

73,74,75,76

87,88,89,90

80,81,82,83

83,84,85,86

90,91,92,93

90,91,92,93

2001,02,03,04

2012, 13, 14, 15 84,85,86,87

2012, 13, 14, 15 98,99,2000,01 81,83,84,85 73,74

2000,01,02,03 82,83,84 73,74

93,94,95,96

75,76,77,78 73,74

2002,03,04,05 82,83,84,85

93,94,95,96

85,86,87,88 73,74

80,82,83,84

91,92,93,94

2005,06, 07, 09

2001,02,03,04,05 2005,06,07,08

2003,04,05,06 74,75

2010, 11,12,13 73,74,75

84,85,86,87 73,74,75

75,76,77

99,2000,01,02

2009,10,11,12 79,80,81,82

484

445

432

422

416

389

364

359

345

335

327

325

321

319

318

310

307

303

286

284

284

276

275

274

272

271

270

270

263

261

262

260

259

259

257

255

253

253

249

247

246

243

242

241

241

239

238

235

235

282

271

244

267

194

229

233

182

212

137

181

197

176

191

214

216

188

6

27

13

7

16

2

Travis Curtis/DB

83,84,85,86

226

141

85

0

4

7

1

28

16

8

8

5

12

131

177

3

6

0

9

14 1

10

0

0

19

2

15

7

9

29

128

13

128

5

145

104 94

1

4

18 8

14

2

16.5

14

4

13

8

3

5

99

70

141

109

156 95

8

0

9

1

26 5

22 7

131

108

105

15

5

31.5

15

1

3

24

10

1

0

116

126

100

141

134

166

5

4

73

2

7

9

12

0

8

4

3

12

13

0

1.5

25

10

26

11

2

8

12

8

1

6.5 20.0

106

8

5

116

140

54

13

7.5 19.0

94

1

4

139

101

14

11

1

13

147

4

0

2

144

12

75

15

133

5

28

6

140

7

5.5

107

170

1

98

152

153

5

29

13

133

8

12

100

152

4

4

1

162

114

9

146

198

130

150

2

30

140

149

4

17

120

128

2

133

152

113

7

14

160

222

105

177

127

39

170

107

106

10

100

161

233

155

184

130

AT QS TFL PBU

2007,08,09,10

4

115

204

UT

JT Thomas/LB

174

171

177

TT

17

19

140

209

Seasons

47.5

202

167

205

Name/Position

9

3

4

101

14

106

1

8

6

5

12

94

18

40

69

12

23

7

101 10.5 21.5

12

9

1

1

0

7

4

11

2

WVUFOOTBALL

Shawn Hackett/DB Lind Murray/DB

Scott Gyorko/LB J.T. Thomas/LB

Stacy Smith/DB

Fran Gleason/LB

Darrell Whitmore/DB Ken Braswell/LB Tim Brown/LB

Henry Slay/NG

Barry Hawkins/DT

Quinton Andrews/DB Darrick Wiley/LB Fred Smalls/LB

Sidney Glover/DB Adam Jones/DB

Sedrick King/DB

Chris Edmonds/LB Fulton Walker/DB Jared Barber/LB

Canute Curtis/LB

Lance Frazier/DB Keith Tandy/DB

Marc Magro/LB Julian Miller/DL

Angel Estrada/DB

Steve Newberry/DB Jay Henry/LB

Steve Hathaway/LB Puppy Wright/LB Jerry Holmes/DB

Kevin Landolt/DT Bo Orlando/DB

David Mayfield/DB

Brandon Hogan/DB Corey McIntyre/LB Larry Holley/DB

Harold Woods/DB Tom Zakowski/LB Bernard Russ/LB Jeff Seals/LB KJ Dillon/S

Anthony Leonard/LB Isaiah Bruce/LB

Chris Parker/DT

Dave Oblak/MG

David Upchurch/DT John Thornton/DT Jim Gray/DT

@WVUFOOTBALL

2000,01

78,79,80,81

2001,02,03,04 94,95

83,84,85,86,87 75,76,77

88,89,90,91

75,76,77,78 92,93

94,95,96,97

91,92,93,94

2006, 07,08

90,91,92,93

82,83,84,85

2007,08,09,10 2002,03,04

78,79,80,81

97,98,99,2000 77,78,79,80

2011, 12, 13, 15 93,94,95,96

2000,01,02,03

2008,09,10,11

2004,05,06, 07 2008,09,10,11 2001,02

80,81,82,83

2003,04,05,06 80,81,82,83

91,92,93,94 78,79

95,96,97,98

85,86,87,88

91,92,93,94

2007,08,09,10

98,99,2000,01 83,84,85,86 76,77 73

95,96

78,79,80,81

2012, 13, 14,15 2007,08,09,10

2012,13,14,15 85,86,87,88

79,81,82,83

99,2000,01,02 95,96,97,98

88,89,90,91

#WVU125

228

223

222

222

218

217

216

212

210

209

208

203

203

203

202

201

201

198

194

192

192

192

135

188

185

185

185

181

131

128

130

139

153

124

125

168

168

166

166

21

2

17

5

14

20

0

6

128

139

118

113

131

121

126

134

135

100

100

115

134 96

98

102

103

110

105

117

118

101

106 81

79

164

101

162

100

101 93

112

90

82

90

74

62

1

16

5

127

98

162

1

5

76

113

164

162

16

7.0

125

163

2

12

2.5

116

165

165

91

2

6

87

126

118

171

93

4

8

28

15

7.5 19.5 2

9

85

13

22

71

3.5 20.5

83

63

66

58

53

88

85

70

51

85

3

1

3

13

4

6

3

2

0

3

12

4

4

15

22

6

11

4

7

34

26

15

0

8

24

1

8

11

20

7

15.5

4

11.5

2

11

27.5 42.5 3

73

20

42

3

78

6

14

16

173

171

65

9

3

89

133

171

83

6

120

175

172

92

2

7

102

120

108

174

95

0

110

181

176

97

38

7

11

7

0

20

13

1

8

1

3

6

72

16

12

69

1

2

11

9

7

55

1

6

61

0.5

2.5

54

2

7

66

50

67

60

1

0

2

7

2

3

4

24

2

8

2

5

12

40

0.5

18

21

66

0.5

16

4

85

85

63

62

62

69

50

2

2.5 15

11

5

11

18

14

10

34.5

13

18

15

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19

8

2

4

3

0

4

6

2

29


CAREER TOTAL TACKLES

Name/Position

Seasons

TT

UT

AT QS TFL PBU

Name/Position

Seasons

TT

UT

AT QS TFL PBU

John Bendana/DT

77,78,79,80

162

92

70

3

12

0

Damon Cogdell/LB

97,98

107

76

31

Darnell Warren/LB

86,87

161

100

61

5

5

2

Jeff Lucas/DT

83,84,85,86

107

62

45

161

74

Marcus Mauney/DB Ed Hughes/LB

John Schell/DB

Calvin Turner/DT Jeff Deem/LB Gary Stills/LB

Elige Longino/LB

Gary Thompkins/DB Najee Goode/LB Kyle Rose/DL

Eain Smith/DB

Renaldo Turnbull/LB Shaq Petteway/LB Ben Collins/LB

Leroy Axem/DB

John Adams/DT Eric Wicks/DB Pat Lazear/LB

Daryl Worley/CB

Aaron Beasley/DB Mike Fox/DT

Doug Rigg/LB

John Hadley/LB Pat Miller/DB

Boris Graham/LB Mark Burke/DB Tommy Orr/DB

E.J. Wheeler/LB

Antonio Lewis/DB Rick Dolly/DT

Reggie Armstead/DB Chris Neild/DL

Keilen Dykes/DT

Robert Sands/DB Paul Jordon/DB

Scott Summits/MG John Harcharic/DB

Lonnie Brockman/LB Jim Merritts/MG

Preston Waters/DB Ben Lynch/DT

Mike Scott/DB

John Holmes/LB Doc Holliday/LB

Anthony Mims/DB Perlo Bastien/DB

Jason Williams/LB Allen Pisula/DT

Bobby Hathaway/LB Bob Tomko/LB

Willie Edwards/DB Will Clarke, DE

Scooter Berry/DL Dale Jackson/LB

Norm Patterson/DT Ron Brown/DT

Ryan Brady/LB

73,74

80,81,82,83 74,75,76

78,79,80,81 80,81,82

96,97,98

93,94,95,96

96,97,98,99

2008,09,10,11

2012, 13, 14,15 2008,09,10

86,87,88,89

2011, 12, 14, 15 98,2000,01,02 89,90,91,92 73,74

2004,05,06, 07 2007,08,09,10 2013,14,15

92,93,94,95

86,87,88,89

2010, 11, 12, 13 96,97

2009, 10, 11,12 89,90,91,92 73,74,75

90,91,92,93

87,88,89,90

2004,05,06,07 89,90,91,92

79,80,81,82

2007,08,09,10

2004,05,06,07 2008,09,10 74,75,76

86,87,88,89 73

86,87,88,89 82,83

86,87,88,89

2001,02,03,04 82,83,84

2005,06,07,08 76,77,78

2002,03,04,05 96,97,98,99

94,95,96,97

76,77,78,79

2004,05,06,07 77

85,86,87,88

2010,11,12,13

2007,08,09,10 85,86,87,88

75,76,77,78 73

96,97,98,99

Leandre Washington/LB-DB 2002,03

30

162

161

70

93

161

101

159

109

159

99

160

159

157

89

111 52

155

101

154

111

155

153

152

135

113 79

151

103

148

84

149

147

68

69

146

126

142

91

143

140

140

97

75

85

138

107

137

57

137

136

136

135

135

134

130

129

128

128

127

127

125

125

124

123

120

119

119

118

118

117

116

114

114

113

111

111

111

111

110

107

107

90

92

80

89

90

80

55

69

69

69

79

53

61

84

96

74

78

66

65

81

96

74

73

55

68

89

69

50

74

66

66

68

66

92

68

87

60

0

3

0

3

3

0

3

13

50

26

18

60

3

2

71

48

0

6

2

5

80

8.0 22.5

53

1.0

40

6

54

43

73

48

81

5

14.5

22

16

0

0

4

7

2

3

3

5

7

7

3

7

6

2

2

38

3.0

9.0

31

1.0

6.5

17

80

0

0

6

56

46

45

54

75

41

28

49

42

53

54

37

22

43

43

John Garcia/LB

Shaq Rowell/DL

Steven Perkins/DT Steve Lippe/LB

Clay Singletary/MG Jamie Sweeney/LB Kevin Berkey/DB

Ernest Hunter/DT Tom Briggs/DT

Wes Tonkery/LB

Lawrence Audena/DB Jason Davis/DT

Richard Bryant/DB Kevin McLee/LB Harold Kidd/DB

Anthony Mims/DB

6.5

19

John Holmes/LB

0

4

4

John Browning/DT

3

Kevin Freemn/LB/DT

4

Lester Johnson/LB

4

5

0

89

88

58

64

59

51

47

1

5

3

7

14.5

30

2.5

12

36

4

13

5

13.5

0

3

24

36

14

32

26

30

12 1

0

0

10 3

1

3

0

1

3

5

3

4

0

21

0

16

37

4.5 13.5

2

11

8

8

Antwan Lake/DT

6

Noble Nwachukwu/DL 2013,14,15

86

4

Terrell Chestnut/CB

4

Kevin Freeman/DT

2012,13,14,15

Tarris Alexander/LB

17

Scooter Davis/DB

90,91,93

1

3

0

5

Ellis Lankster/DB

6

Charlton Forbes/NT

5

Charles Braswell/DB

0

Jermaine Thaxton/DB

23 0

11 0

7

11

3

K.C. Schiller/LB

1

Tim Newsom/DB Dee McCann/DB

9

0

9

24

Ishmael Banks/DB

0

Bernardo Amerson/LB

1

Johnny Dingle/DL

7

Lewis Daniels/DB

3

Greg Robinette/DE

2

Craig Wilson/DT

1

Brandon Golson/LB

17

5

Brodrick Jenkins/DB

2

6

1

Nate Terry/DB

2

Ted Kester/LB

4

9.5 29.0

1

2009,10,11,12

90

78

37

4

4

6

7

41

2002,03,04

90

56

35

0

Rich Walters/DT

4

9

91,92,93,94

92

66

0

4

2

David Carter/LB

1

2003,04

92

62

56

2

4

11

39

98,99,2000,01

92

69

10

11

9.5

4

44

99,2000,01,02

92

46

3

11

1

14

4

2002,03,04

93

57

6.0

0

27

1

45

2011,12,13,14

93

59

0

0

48

35

2

5

61

34

37

90,91,92

94

39

2

88

10

61

2002,03,04,05

94

61

55

7

2004,05,06,07

1.5

42

76,77

95

49

35

Ridwan Malik/DB

6

0

94,95,96,97

96

42

39

2

12

59

46

74,75,76,77

97

64

13

1

0

0

94,95,96,97

97

62

6

2

6.5

16

2

92,93,94

99

0

1

7

1.0

9

1

2011, 12, 13

101

35

0

1

36

21

3

78,79

66

32

0

52

3

1

90,91,92,93

101

69

35

88

10

6

93,94,95,96

101

68

2006,07,08,09

1.5

0

97,98,99

103

Franchot Allen/DB

11

9

76,77,78

1

7

6

0

64

Scott Gaskins/DT

4

59

74

1

Mike Logan/DB

17

12.5

48

3

Jerry Porter/ST-DB

3

1

60

59

3

John LaSavage/DB

Jorge Wright/NG 0

0

6

2

65

44

2

0

12

7

0

37

4

11

21

65

20

47

83

102

2

8

2

104

79,80,81

21

5

7

Alan Moreland/DB

9.5

55

10

8

0

13

2

37

8

0

2

20

51

4

5

8

4

3

0

10

2

2

9

34

18.5

46

7

11

70

20

8.5

70

3

36

104

10 2

Dravon Askew-Henry/S 2014,15

107

71

85,86,87,88

64

78

81,82,83,84

107

Eric Lester/LB

10

9

Scott Dixon/LB

94,95,96,97

3

4.5

5

Bob Baum/LB

6

6

10 9

2006,07

93,94,95

81,82,83

99, 2000,01,02 98,99,2000,01 75,76,77

99,2000,01,02 98,99

07,08

95,96,97,98 74,75 2002

98,99,2000

2012, 13, 14 96,97,98,99 94,95,96

88,89,90,91 2005,06,07 2004,05

99,2000,01,02

2010,11,12,13 96,97,98,99 97,98,99

2003,04,05,06 87,88,89,90 2013, 14

88

88

88

87

87

50

49

60

45

4

9

39

10

42

2

4.5

3

6

28

6

6

0

4

10

62

24

11.5

22

5

86

66

20

0

2

20

86

47

39

3

1

2

86

85

84

84

84

83

83

82

82

82

80

79

79

79

78

78

78

76

76

75

58

44

67

58

50

34

44

57

72

55

60

39

52

49

52

68

45

48

38

49

54

29

42

18

26

34

50

2

4.5

1

0

0

2.5

0

0

4

39

6.5

10

0

26

27

22

21

27

30

27

10

33

30

38

27

21

15

4

31

87

56

38

6

0

1

1

4

0

5

0

2

1

0

14.5 28.0

0

0

3

6

8

0

0

2

7

3

0

1

3

3

0

2.5

0

3.0

12

2

1

13

0

0

0

4

0

3

4

9.5

7.5

13

1

5

5

0

4

2


CAREER TOTAL TACKLES

Name/Position

Seasons

TT

UT

AT QS TFL PBU

Name/Position

Seasons

TT

UT

AT QS TFL PBU

Mike Herzog/DL

83,84,85

75

50

25

Robin Meeley/DT

76,77,78

60

34

26

2

3

1

Jarrod Harper/S

2013,14,15

59

44

15

1

4

4

1

Edward Muldrow/LB

2014,15

59

45

14

3.5

7

2

4

James “Skip” Fuller/MG 86,87,88,89

58

37

21

3

2

0

Terry White/DB

West Turner/LB Travis Bell/DB

Nate Sowers/DB

Jason Hardee/DE Jeff Noechel/LB

Lewis Daniels/DB Mike Dawson/LB

Ernest Hunter/DT

87

83,84

2010, 11, 13, 14 2006,07,08,09 2003,04

2002,03,04,05

1999,2000,01,02 79,80

2002,03,04

74

74

73

72

72

71

71

70

69

56

54

52

48

38

36

44

43

37

18

20

21

3

0

0

3

2

0

0

1

1

2.5

34

12

10

12

27

0

0

3

24

35

27

32

0

2

0

7.0 6

0

5

2.5

6

4

0

1

Christian Brown/DL

2013,14,15

68

46

22

2

6.5

1

Darren Fulton/DB

86,87,88,89

68

45

23

1

1

8

Josh Francis/LB

2011, 12

66

47

19

Charles Fisher/DB Arthur Harrison/DB Mark Thurston/LB

David Lockwood/DB

Boo Sensabaugh/DB

95,96,97,98 2001,02 98,99

85,86,87,88 97,98,99

Lawrence Drumgoole/DB 86,87,88,89 Tim Love/DE

1999,2000,01,02

Arthur Ashe/DB

82,83,84

Basil Proctor/LB Rick Shaffer/DT

Ryan Mundy/DB Bruce Irvin/DE

Charles Pugh/DB

88,89

73,74,75 2007

2010, 11

2005,06,07

67

66

66

66

65

65

64

64

63

63

62

61

60

54

38

43

41

52

41

32

39

44

27

30

45

39

13

28

23

25

13

24

32

25

19

36

32

16

21

1

0

13

3

0

2

1

0

10

6

6

4.5 15.0 4

0

1

6

0

4

6.5

0

0

2

2

6

2

0

0.5

3

3.5

22.5 29.0

0

0

3

1

8

6

0

Rick Rumph/CB

2012,13,14,15

Warren Young/DT

2003,04,05,06

David Lightcap/DB

95,96,97,98

Andrew Jones/DB Cam Zopp/LB

Vaughn Rivers/DB

84,85,87

81,83,84

2004,05,06,07

Rory Fields/DB

Rich Rodriguez/DB Gary Lombard/LB

74

82,83,84 75

86,87

Rodney Wilson/LB Sam Wilson/DB

Cecil Doggette/DB

Everett Pettaway/DB Greg Anderson/DB Tyler Anderson/LB Chuck Harris/DT

57

57

56

56

55

55

54

54

53

89,90

Brian Gates/DT

59

52

73,74

52

90,91

79,80,81

73,74,75,76

2010, 11, 12, 13 81,82

51

51

51

50

50

45

16

39

33

36

42

32

38

23

33

37

18

35

34

29

27

27

14

41

18

23

20

13

23

16

31

20

15

34

16

17

22

23

23

0

1

3

3.5

0

0

0

1

2

2

0

1.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

2

1

2

0

0

0

0

2

3

1

7

4

1

2

3

0

0

2

8

0

1

11

1

0

0

5.0 4

1

0

1

Active players in bold

7

1

1

GAMES WITH 100 OR FEWER Passing

YARDS ALLOWED

0..............................................................Pitt (1981)

64..........................................................Kent (1995)

85......................................................Temple (2001)

21..........................................................Ohio (1987)

67............................................................Pitt (2007)

85..........................................................Ohio (1983)

24................................................Penn State (1980)

70.....................................................Rutgers (2002)

86.................................................. Syracuse (2001)

27.....................................................Rutgers (2001)

70.............................................. Notre Dame (2001)

87..........................................................Ohio (2001)

29..................................... Georgia Southern (2015)

71..................................................Ball State (1994)

87......................................................Temple (1991)

31................................................. Cincinnati (1989)

71.....................................................Rutgers (1981)

87............................................. Virginia Tech (1988)

40................................................Penn State (1989)

71.................................................. Maryland (1980)

87.....................................................Rutgers (1986)

45.....................................................Rutgers (1987)

72............................................................Pitt (1987)

90............................................ East Carolina (1981)

50......................................................Virginia (1984)

74............................................................Pitt (1996)

91................................................... Clemson (1989)

53.................................................. Maryland (1996)

76.....................................................Wofford (2005)

95......................................................Virginia (1985)

54............................................ East Carolina (2007)

77.....................................................Rutgers (1985)

97.................................................. Maryland (1998)

56....................................Cal State Fullerton (1988)

80..................................................... Towson (2014)

98.......................................................... UTC (2002)

58.................................................. Syracuse (1980)

80.......................................................... LSU (2010)

99............................................................Pitt (1995)

61..................................................... Kansas (2013)

80............................................. Virginia Tech (1981)

99.................................................. Maryland (1988)

61............................................................Pitt (1988)

83......................................................... Navy (1999)

99................................................. Cincinnati (1988)

63.................................................. Syracuse (2010)

84........................................... Georgia State (2013)

100.................................................Louisville (2009)

63............................................. Virginia Tech (1987)

84.................................................. Syracuse (1991)

100................................................Nebraska (1994)

64......................................................Temple (1998)

85.................................................. Syracuse (2005)

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SEASON Leaders

Total Offense

Year Name 2015 Skyler Howard Clint Trickett 2014 2013 Clint Trickett 2012 Geno Smith Geno Smith 2011 Geno Smith 2010 2009 Jarrett Brown Pat White 2008 2007 Pat White Pat White 2006 2005 Pat White 2004 Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall 2003 2002 Rasheed Marshall Brad Lewis 2001 2000 Brad Lewis Marc Bulger 1999 1998 Marc Bulger Marc Bulger 1997 1996 Chad Johnston Chad Johnston 1995 1994 Chad Johnston Jake Kelchner 1993 1992 Adrian Murrell Darren Studstill 1991 1990 Greg Jones Major Harris 1989 Major Harris 1988 1987 Major Harris Mike Timko 1986 1985 John Talley Kevin White 1984 1983 Jeff Hostetler Jeff Hostetler 1982 1981 Oliver Luck Oliver Luck 1980 1979 Oliver Luck Dutch Hoffman 1978 1977 Dan Kendra Dan Kendra 1976 1975 Dan Kendra Artie Owens 1974 1973 Ade Dillon Bernie Galiffa 1972 1971 Bernie Galiffa Mike Sherwood 1970 1969 Bob Gresham Mike Sherwood 1968 1967 Tom Digon Garrett Ford Sr. 1966 1965 Allen McCune Allen McCune 1964 1963 Jerry Yost Jerry Yost 1962 1961 Fred Colvard

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Plays 560 461 269 584 582 467 413 465 413 344 245 411 316 432 291 281 258 452 375 394 310 318 243 222 256 297 400 320 298 237 145 291 404 310 434 350 435 374 278 306 244 174 142 394 307 263 206 355 151 240 210 161 198 201 152

Yards Avg. 3,647 6.5 3,179 6.9 1,576 5.9 4,356 7.5 4,352 7.5 2,980 6.4 2,610 6.3 2,816 6.1 3,059 7.4 2,874 8.4 1,780 7.3 2,747 6.9 2,032 6.4 2,282 5.3 1,380 4.7 1,767 6.3 1,605 6.2 3,515 7.8 2,372 6.3 1,765 4.5 1,929 6.2 1,836 5.8 1,854 7.6 1,145 5.2 1,362 5.3 1,551 5.2 2,994 7.5 2,525 7.9 1,815 6.1 1,133 4.8 688 4.7 1,677 5.8 2,416 6.0 1,853 6.0 2,497 5.8 1,890 5.4 1,699 3.9 1,451 3.9 1,563 5.6 1,460 4.8 1,420 5.8 1,130 6.5 842 5.9 2,345 6.0 1,629 5.3 1,563 5.9 1,155 5.6 1,983 5.6 653 4.3 1,082 4.5 1,189 5.7 949 5.9 704 3.6 1,361 6.8 671 4.2

TD 32 19 8 44 33 24 17 29 28 31 15 23 19 22 8 13 11 31 16 12 13 17 17 6 10 9 23 20 16 8 6 10 19 14 19 22 17 12 14 10 7 7 4 19 13 20 9 16 4 7 16 13 10 16 7

Year Name 1960 Dale Evans 1959 Ray Peterson Dick Longfellow 1958 1957 Dick Longfellow Larry Krutko 1956 Bob Moss 1955 1954 Fred Wyant 1953 Fred Wyant Fred Wyant 1952 1951 Dick Luciani Kent Bartges 1950 1949 Jimmy Walthall Jimmy Walthall 1948 1947 Tom Keane George Freese 1946 1941 Dick McElwee Dick McElwee 1940

Plays 131 119 242 133 124 99 200 180 210 105 111 183 206 80 85 149 67

Yards Avg. 544 4.2 523 4.4 1,202 5.0 568 4.3 584 4.7 807 8.2 841 4.2 777 4.3 1,049 5.0 523 5.0 634 5.7 778 4.3 1,196 5.8 508 6.4 285 3.4 641 4.3 309 4.6

Rushing Year Name 2015 Wendell Smallwood 2014 Rushel Shell Charles Sims 2013 2012 Andrew Buie Dustin Garrison 2011 2010 Noel Devine Noel Devine 2009 2008 Noel Devine Pat White 2007 2006 Steve Slaton Steve Slaton 2005 2004 Kay-Jay Harris Quincy Wilson 2003 2002 Avon Cobourne Avon Cobourne 2001 2000 Avon Cobourne Avon Cobourne 1999 1998 Amos Zereoue Amos Zereoue 1997 1996 Amos Zereoue Robert Walker 1995 1994 Robert Walker Robert Walker 1993 1992 Adrian Murrell Adrian Murrell 1991 1990 Michael Beasley Major Harris 1989 1988 Anthony Brown Anthony Brown 1987 1986 Undra Johnson John Holifield 1985 Ron Wolfley 1984 1983 Tom Gray Curlin Beck 1982 1981 Curlin Beck Robert Alexander 1980

No. Yards Avg. 238 1,519 6.4 176 788 4.5 208 1,095 5.3 179 851 4.8 136 742 5.5 206 934 4.5 241 1,465 6.1 206 1,289 6.3 197 1,335 6.8 248 1,744 7.0 205 1,128 5.5 165 959 5.8 282 1,380 4.9 335 1,710 5.1 267 1,298 4.9 224 1,018 4.5 224 1,138 5.1 283 1,462 5.2 281 1,589 5.7 222 1,035 4.7 122 508 4.2 179 749 4.2 214 1,250 5.8 222 1,145 5.2 201 904 4.5 125 607 4.9 155 936 6.0 178 962 5.4 199 975 4.9 138 652 4.7 140 595 4.3 127 475 3.7 110 498 4.5 76 350 4.6 123 497 4.1 204 1,064 5.2

TD 9 7 11 7 6 6 13 4 14 16 17 10 12 17 9 6 10 13 18 9 4 1 11 6 7 3 6 7 6 5 6 4 5 3 2 5

TD 2 2 13 5 4 10 12 8 13 3 3 5 15 0 0 0 0


SEASON LEADERS

RushelSHELL

Year 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1966 1965 1968 1967 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1941 1940

Name Robert Alexander Dane Conwell Dave Riley Dwayne Woods Artie Owens Artie Owens Dwayne Woods Kerry Marbury Kerry Marbury Bob Gresham Bob Gresham Garrett Ford Sr. Garrett Ford Sr. Eddie Silverio Ben Siegfried Dick Leftridge Dick Leftridge Tom Woodeshick Glen Holton Bob Benke Ray Peterson Ray Peterson Larry Krutko Larry Krutko Bob Moss Dick Nicholson Tommy Allman Jack Stone Dick Luciani Bill Lohr Pete Ziniach Victor Bonfili Rex Bumgardner Jim Devonshire Dick McElwee Glenn Ellis

Plays Yards 118 656 88 412 125 616 121 588 159 1,055 174 1,130 186 818 150 775 145 890 140 866 206 1,155 236 1,068 140 894 143 559 93 334 125 534 79 393 89 433 79 372 50 187 116 505 81 333 100 403 124 584 98 807 62 416 88 501 64 379 105 523 75 287 129 546 125 535 65 351 67 228 115 457 62 272

Avg. TD 5.6 2 4.6 4 4.9 5 4.9 1 6.6 5 6.5 7 4.4 4 5.2 16 6.1 6 6.2 7 5.6 9 4.5 7 6.4 9 3.9 7 3.5 3 4.3 5 4.9 7 4.8 4.7 3 3.7 1 4.3 2 4.1 3 4.0 5 4.7 4 8.2 10 6.7 3 5.7 4 5.9 6 4.9 3 3.8 2 4.2 8 4.3 6 5.4 5 3.4 3 3.9 0 4.4 -

Passing Year 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

Name Skyler Howard Clint Trickett Clint Trickett Geno Smith Geno Smith Geno Smith

Cm-Att-Int Pct. 221-403-14 54.8 281-419-10 67.1 123-333-7 52.8 369-518-6 71.2 346-526-7 65.8 241-372-7 64.8

Yards 3,145 3,285 1,605 4,205 4,385 2,763

TDs 26 18 7 42 31 24

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Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 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 1941 1940

Name Jarrett Brown Pat White Pat White Pat White Pat White Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Rasheed Marshall Brad Lewis Brad Lewis Marc Bulger Marc Bulger Marc Bulger Chad Johnston Chad Johnston Chad Johnston Jake Kelchner Darren Studstill Darren Studstill Greg Jones Major Harris Major Harris Major Harris Mike Timko Mike Timko Kevin White Jeff Hostetler Jeff Hostetler Oliver Luck Oliver Luck Oliver Luck Dutch Hoffman Dan Kendra Dan Kendra Dan Kendra Chuck Fiorante Ade Dillon Bernie Galiffa Bernie Galiffa Mike Sherwood Mike Sherwood Mike Sherwood Tom Digon Tom Digon Allen McCune Allen McCune Jerry Yost Jerry Yost Fred Colvard Dale Evans Danny Williams Dick Longfellow Dick Longfellow Mickey Trimarki Fred Wyant Fred Wyant Fred Wyant Fred Wyant Gerald Fisher Kent Bartges Jimmy Walthall Jimmy Walthall Russell Combs Russell Combs William Bell Dick McElwee

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Cm-Att-Int Pct. 187-296-9 63.2 180-274-7 65.7 144-216-4 66.7 118-179-7 65.9 65-114-5 57.0 144-242-9 59.5 109-215-8 50.7 139-259-5 53.7 135-237-9 57.0 123-238-11 48.4 145-239-13 60.7 274-419-10 65.4 192-323-10 59.4 167-334-8 50.0 127-248-13 51.2 124-242-7 51.2 110-174-3 63.2 89-159-5 56.0 85-168-13 50.6 121-247-9 49.0 142-245-11 58.0 105-186-8 56.5 79-155-8 49.7 90-189-9 47.6 44-84-3 52.4 128-232-6 55.2 173-309-11 56.0 137-292-7 46.9 216-394-16 54.8 135-254-12 53.1 103-231-12 44.6 105-238-21 44.1 121-226-17 53.5 113-233-19 48.5 98-189-9 51.9 43-87-7 49.4 46-97-7 47.4 164-334-17 49.1 121-238-9 50.8 117-193-8 60.6 61-116-7 52.9 151-264-10 57.2 62-108-6 57.4 28-54-3 51.8 91-182-6 50.0 73-127-10 57.5 62-140-11 44.3 75-152-13 49.3 31-71-3 43.7 34-85-12 40.0 28-99-10 28.3 79-156-12 50.6 32-78-6 41.0 33-98-16 33.7 38-74-5 51.4 40-97-5 41.2 41-102-7 40.2 55-128-13 43.0 39-99-5 39.4 40-99-8 40.4 65-152-16 42.8 89-178-16 50.0 29-60-4 48.3 17-40-6 42.5 19-52-7 36.5 8-18-4 44.4

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Yards 2,144 1,842 1,724 1,655 828 1,886 1,729 1,616 1,339 1,819 1,729 3,607 2,465 1,958 2,019 1,863 1,688 1,065 1,055 1,481 2,058 1,915 1,200 1,191 567 1,727 2,345 1,916 2,448 1,874 1,292 1,475 1,674 1,476 1,315 592 762 2,496 1,543 1,550 773 1,998 684 323 1,274 1,034 685 1,134 482 466 310 948 405 419 591 563 642 867 591 661 741 1,222 481 204 198 139

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TDs 11 21 14 13 8 19 15 9 7 13 11 31 14 12 13 16 12 9 8 7 17 14 10 8 4 9 16 10 16 19 8 9 13 9 6 2 4 17 8 15 7 12 4 2 15 11 7 11 3 1 1 6 3 1 5 4 4 8 4 3 5 13 5 1 0 0

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SEASON LEADERS

Pass Receiving Year Name 2015 Daikiel Shorts 2014 Kevin White Daikiel Shorts 2013 Charles Sims Stedman Bailey 2012 Tavon Austin 2011 Tavon Austin Jock Sanders 2010 2009 Jock Sanders 2008 Jock Sanders Darius Reynaud 2007 2006 Darius Reynaud Brandon Myles 2005 2004 Chris Henry Chris Henry 2003 2002 Miquelle Henderson A.J. Nastasi 2001 2000 Antonio Brown Khori Ivy 1999 1998 David Saunders Shawn Foreman 1997 1996 David Saunders David Saunders 1995 1994 Rahsaan Vanterpool Mike Baker 1993 1992 Ed Hill Alex Shook 1991 1990 James Jett Reggie Rembert 1989 Calvin Phillips 1988 1987 John Talley Harvey Smith 1986 1984 Willie Drewrey Tom Gray 1985 1983 Rich Hollins Mark Raugh 1982 1981 Mark Raugh Cedric Thomas 1980 1979 Darrell Miller Steve Lewis 1978 1977 Cedric Thomas Steve Lewis 1976 1975 Steve Lewis Marshall Mills 1974 1973 Dave Jagdmann Marshall Mills 1972 1971 Harry Blake Chris Potts 1970 1969 Bob Gresham Oscar Patrick 1968 1967 Oscar Patrick Larry Sine 1966 1965 Bob Dunlevy Milt Clegg 1964 1963 Steve Berzansky Gene Heeter 1962 1961 Steve Berzansky Bob Timmerman 1960 1959 John Marra Mel Reight 1958 1957 Ralph Anastasio Joe Kopnisky 1956 1955 Joe Kopnisky 1954 Bill Hillen

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No. 45 109 45 45 114 114 101 69 72 53 64 39 34 52 41 40 42 51 53 77 77 76 38 50 42 43 23 31 47 24 25 28 36 26 50 32 64 31 33 38 37 48 21 36 30 39 27 31 15 50 19 9 29 31 12 19 10 9 16 31 7 19 12 9

Yards 528 1,447 495 401 1,622 1,289 1,186 728 688 462 733 520 536 872 1,006 496 334 877 666 883 928 1,043 682 849 714 540 246 652 850 611 307 456 594 233 781 423 601 607 507 629 699 737 296 445 424 659 388 346 147 770 326 99 480 437 125 284 116 99 177 329 108 295 141 98

Avg. TDs 11.7 5 13.3 10 11.0 2 8.9 3 14.2 25 11.3 12 11.7 8 10.6 4 9.6 3 8.7 7 11.5 12 13.3 2 15.8 3 16.8 12 24.5 10 12.4 2 8.0 3 17.2 3 12.6 5 11.5 8 12.1 5 13.7 5 18.0 5 17.0 5 17.0 5 12.6 6 10.7 2 21.0 2 18.1 11 25.5 2 12.3 2 16.3 5 16.5 2 9.0 1 15.6 5 13.2 1 9.4 3 19.6 10 15.4 4 16.6 5 18.9 8 12.4 6 14.1 0 12.4 3 14.1 2 16.9 3 14.4 2 11.2 3 9.8 1 15.4 5 17.2 2 16.0 2 16.6 4 14.1 4 10.4 1 14.9 4 11.6 0 11.0 0 11.0 1 10.6 2 15.4 1 15.5 1 11.8 1 10.9 2

Year Name 1953 Bill Marker 1952 Paul Bischoff Paul Bischoff 1951 1950 Paul Bischoff Clarence Cox 1949 Victor Bonfili 1948 1947 Bernie Huntz Chet Spelock 1946 1941 Dick McElwee Bob Mellace 1940

No. Yards Avg. TDs 16 301 18.8 1 31 402 13.0 3 30 366 12.2 1 35 581 16.6 3 23 345 15.0 4 24 244 10.2 1 8 206 25.8 4 7 76 10.9 0 8 97 12.1 8 163 20.4 4

Scoring Year 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

Name Josh Lambert Josh Lambert Josh Lambert Stedman Bailey Tyler Bitancurt Tyler Bitancurt Noel Devine Pat McAfee Steve Slaton Pat McAfee Steve Slaton Kay-Jay Harris Brad Cooper Avon Cobourne Brenden Rauh Cooper Rego Jay Taylor Amos Zereoue Amos Zereoue Jay Taylor Bryan Baumann Bryan Baumann Robert Walker Mike Vanderjagt Adrian Murrell Jon Jones Brad Carroll Charlie Baumann Charlie Baumann Undra Johnson Charlie Baumann Paul Woodside Paul Woodside Paul Woodside Mickey Walczak Cedric Thomas Steve Sinclair Steve Sinclair Bill McKenzie Cedric Thomas Bill McKenzie Ron Lee Artie Owens Frank Nester Danny Buggs Kerry Marbury Pete Wood Jim Braxton Jim Braxton Ken Juskowich Ken Juskowich Garrett Ford Sr.

TD 0 0 0 25 0 0 14 0 18 0 19 13 0 17 0 9 0 14 18 0 0 0 11 0 8 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 8 10 0 0 0 8 0 10 7 0 8 18 11 9 13 0 0 7

PAT 53/54 45/45 35/36 0/0 61/63 41/41 0/0 36/36 0/0 62/62 0/0 0/0 46/48 0/0 25/25 0/0 33/34 0/0 0/0 32/32 29/30 32/33 0/0 27/32 0/0 0/0 39/41 59/61 39/40 0/0 21/21 28/28 37/37 26/27 0/0 0/0 20/23 16/16 21/23 0/0 16/17 0/0 0/0 24/25 0/0 0/0 0/0 18/22 26/30 21/25 20/22 0/0

FG 21/28 30/39 17/23 0/0 16/22 10/17 0/0 17/20 0/0 17/22 0/0 0/0 11/18 0/0 13/15 0/0 13/15 0/0 0/0 15/24 10/16 13/19 0/0 15/20 0/0 0/0 11/16 20/27 13/16 0/0 14/20 15/21 21/25 30/35 0/0 0/0 5/12 9/13 9/14 0/0 12/16 0/0 0/0 8/13 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/2 3/8 8/20 12/23 0/0

2 Pt Points 0 116 0 135 0 86 0 150 0 109 0 71 0 84 0 87 0 108 0 113 0 114 0 78 0 79 0 102 0 64 0 54 0 72 0 84 0 108 0 77 0 59 0 71 0 66 0 72 0 48 0 36 0 72 0 119 0 78 0 36 0 63 0 73 0 100 0 116 0 48 0 60 0 35 0 43 0 48 0 48 0 52 0 60 0 42 0 48 0 48 0 108 1 68 0 75 0 113 0 45 0 56 0 42


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Year 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1949 1950 1948 1947 1946 1941 1940

Name Garrett Ford Sr. Dick Madison Dick Leftridge Glenn Holton Fred Colvard Jim Moss John Thackston Mel Reight Larry Krutko Noel Whipkey Larry Krutko Bob Moss Fred Wyant Jack Stone Jack Stone Bill Marker Pete Ziniach Gene Simmons Pete Ziniach Victor Bonfili Walt Malyk Rex Bumgardner George Freese Dick McElwee John Carliss

TD 9 5 7 6 4 2 0 8 5 4 4 10 8 5 6 6 8 0 6 6 5 5 3 4 4

PAT 0/0 0/0 00 0/0 0/0 0/0 6/6 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 16/25 21/35 0/0 0/0 21/22 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

FG 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 4/5 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/- 1/- 0/0 0/0 2/- 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

2 Pt Points 4 58 4 34 0 42 0 36 2 26 0 12 0 18 10 58 0 30 0 24 0 24 0 60 0 48 0 49 0 60 0 36 0 48 0 27 0 36 0 36 0 30 0 30 2 20 2 26 0 24

Punting Year Name 2015 Nick O’Toole 2014 Nick O’Toole 2013 Nick O’Toole Tyler Bitancurt 2012 Michael Molinari 2011 2010 Gregg Pugnetti 2009 Scott Kozlowski Pat McAfee 2008 Pat McAfee 2007 2006 Pat McAfee 2005 Phil Brady Phil Brady 2004 2003 Todd James Mark Fazzolari 2002 2001 Todd James Mark Fazzolari 2000 1999 Mark Fazzolari Jay Taylor 1998 1997 Bryan Baumann Brian West 1996 1995 Jon Powers Todd Sauerbrun 1994 1993 Todd Sauerbrun Todd Sauerbrun 1992 1991 Mike Vanderjagt Greg Hertzog 1990 1989 Greg Hertzog Lance Carion 1988 1987 Lance Carion Lance Carion 1986 Steve Superick 1985 1984 Steve Superick Steve Superick 1983 1982 Steve Superick Jody McKown 1981 1980 Curt Carion Curt Carion 1979 1978 Curt Carion

No. 71 57 73 32 30 67 64 62 46 18 51 51 74 53 32 62 51 49 58 72 38 74 47 53 52 62 46 43 57 63 76 70 62 55 62 63 59 64

Yards 3,223 2,383 3,218 1,222 1,116 2,802 2,844 2,772 1,962 778 2,029 1,955 3,056 1,969 1,303 2,557 2,116 1,966 2,292 2,787 1,427 3,594 2,097 2,348 2,040 2,697 1,977 1,794 2,295 2,591 3,048 2,942 2,510 2,312 2,316 2,652 2,353 2,569

Avg. 45.4 41.8 44.1 38.2 37.2 41.8 44.4 44.7 42.7 43.2 39.8 38.3 41.2 37.2 40.7 41.2 41.5 40.1 39.5 38.7 37.6 48.6 44.6 44.3 39.2 43.5 43.0 41.7 40.2 41.1 40.1 42.1 40.5 42.1 37.4 42.1 39.9 40.1

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Year Name 1977 Ken Hatton 1976 Jeff Fette Jeff Fette 1975 1974 Chuck Brooks Bernie Kirchner 1974 Chuck Brooks 1973 1972 Bob Sims Steve Seroka 1971 1970 Kim West 1969 Thad Kucherawy Thad Kucherawy 1968 1967 Thad Kucherawy Chuck Kinder 1966 1965 Chuck Kinder Doug Stanley 1964 1963 Chuck Kinder Dieter Garrett 1962 1961 Dieter Garrett Danny Williams 1960 1959 Danny Williams Danny Williams 1958 1957 Ralph Anastasio Bob Snider 1956 1955 Joe Marconi Chick Donaldson 1954 1953 Jack Stone Jack Stone 1952 1951 Dick Luciani Kent Bartges 1950 Kent Bartges 1949 1948 Len Bellas Tom Keane 1947 1946 Tom Keane Charley Seabright 1941 1940 Charley Seabright

No. 57 64 55 22 25 64 51 44 33 67 65 60 35 18 36 54 25 51 59 37 37 33 15 10 12 38 42 50 30 32 28 35 40 30 35

Yards 1,896 2,431 2,035 790 858 2,314 2,039 1,722 1,150 2,283 2,336 2,093 1,245 790 1,222 2,158 882 1,753 2,022 1,335 1,354 1,200 585 385 446 1,341 1,540 1,782 1,069 1,146 929 1,335 1,443 1,125 1,086

Avg. 33.3 38.0 37.0 35.9 34.3 36.2 39.9 39.1 34.8 34.1 36.0 34.8 35.6 43.9 33.9 40.0 35.3 34.4 34.3 36.1 36.6 36.4 39.0 38.5 37.2 35.3 36.7 35.6 35.6 35.8 33.2 38.1 36.1 37.5 31.0

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Punt Returns Year Name 2015 Gary Jennings 2014 Jordan Thompson 2013 Jordan Thompson Tavon Austin 2012 Tavon Austin 2011 2010 Brandon Hogan 2009 Jock Sanders Ellis Lankster 2008 2007 Vaughn Rivers Vaughn Rivers 2006 2005 Antonio Lewis Adam Jones 2004 2003 Lance Frazier Lance Frazier 2002 2001 Lance Frazier Antonio Brown 2000 1999 Antonio Brown Antonio Brown 1998 1997 Nate Terry Mike Logan 1996 1995 Rahsaan Vanterpool Rahsaan Vanterpool 1994 1993 Mike Baker James Jett 1992 1991 James Jett Mike Baker 1990 1989 James Jett Grantis Bell 1988 1987 Terry White Harvey Smith 1986 Tony Johnson 1985 1984 Willie Drewrey Willie Drewrey 1983 1982 Willie Drewrey

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Ret. Yards Avg. 13 69 5.3 12 52 4.3 10 18 1.8 15 165 11.0 19 268 14.1 12 93 7.8 17 146 8.6 20 171 8.6 41 479 11.7 18 195 10.8 11 216 19.6 21 306 14.6 14 291 20.8 30 208 6.9 20 161 8.1 27 207 7.7 12 107 8.9 9 85 9.4 33 355 10.8 23 282 12.3 20 210 10.5 29 237 8.2 44 334 7.6 29 217 7.5 27 181 6.7 22 117 5.3 16 124 7.8 26 208 8.0 13 46 3.5 14 37 2.6 16 61 3.8 34 385 11.3 28 206 7.4 25 300 12.0

TD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Year Name 1981 Willie Drewrey 1980 Fulton Walker Fulton Walker 1979 1978 Fulton Walker Tom Pridemore 1977 1976 Kevin Berkley Mark Burke 1975 Marcus Mauney 1974 1973 Danny Buggs 1972 Danny Buggs Leon Jenkins 1971 1970 Leon Jenkins Ron Pobolish 1969 1968 Ron Pobolish John Mallory 1967 1966 John Mallory John Mallory 1965 1964 Richie Martha Bill Fleming 1963 1962 John Burnison Fred Colvard 1961 1960 Eli Kosanovich Ray Peterson 1959 1958 Ray Peterson Dave Rider 1957 1956 Victor Rabbits Fred Wyant 1955 1954 Carl Norman Jack Stone 1953 Bob Snider 1952 1951 Paul Bischoff Jim Priester 1950 1949 William Wiltrout Victor Bonfili 1948

Ret. Yards Avg. 21 218 10.4 21 307 14.6 16 154 9.6 16 116 7.3 9 74 8.2 18 98 5.4 21 111 5.3 13 55 4.2 25 107 4.3 12 170 14.2 32 211 6.6 35 267 7.6 29 254 8.8 29 174 6.0 36 453 12.6 17 254 14.9 17 342 20.1 15 76 5.1 7 74 10.6 5 20 4.0 12 196 16.3 4 36 9.0 8 34 4.3 9 82 9.1 7 56 8.0 12 177 14.8 5 22 4.4 8 59 7.4 13 233 17.9 15 190 12.7 15 154 10.3 12 173 14.4 9 128 14.2 13 208 16.0

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


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Kickoff Returns Year Name 2015 Jovon Durante 2014 Mario Alford Wendell Smallwood 2013 2012 Tavon Austin Tavon Austin 2011 Tavon Austin 2010 Jock Sanders Mark Rodgers 2009 2008 Mark Rodgers 2007 Noel Devine Darius Reynaud 2006 2005 Antonio Lewis Adam Jones 2004 2003 Adam Jones Phil Braxton 2002 2001 Shawn Terry Shawn Terry 2000 1999 Nate Terry Antonio Brown 1998 1997 Nate Terry Alvin Swoope 1996 1995 Rahsaan Vanterpool Rahsaan Vanterpool 1994 1993 Mike Logan Daymeian Gallimore 1992 1991 James Jett Adrian Murrell 1990 1989 Carl Hayes Eugene Napoleon 1988 John Talley 1987 1986 Darren Fulton Tony Johnson 1985 1984 Willie Drewrey Gary Mullen 1983 1982 Willie Drewrey Willie Drewrey 1981 1980 Fulton Walker Curlin Beck 1979 1978 Fulton Walker Fulton Walker 1977 1976 Dwayne Woods Dwayne Woods 1975 1974 Arthur Owens

Ret. Yards Avg. 14 316 22.6 26 743 28.6 30 541 18.0 32 813 25.4 36 938 26.1 12 230 19.2 12 299 24.9 27 619 22.9 22 464 21.1 22 511 23.2 30 813 27.1 17 376 22.1 26 608 23.4 33 867 26.3 19 481 25.3 28 726 25.9 29 836 28.8 19 472 24.8 19 381 20.1 32 813 25.4 11 307 27.9 17 381 22.4 24 496 20.7 12 338 28.2 11 309 28.1 18 438 24.3 12 198 16.5 20 406 20.3 19 408 21.5 21 485 23.1 39 739 19.0 9 158 17.7 21 563 26.8 12 237 19.8 13 317 24.2 13 276 21.2 20 449 22.5 16 258 16.1 18 367 20.4 13 250 19.3 16 340 21.3 12 215 17.9 13 301 23.2

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

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Year Name 1973 Arthur Owens 1972 Kerry Marbury Pete Wood 1971 1970 Bob Gresham Pete Wood 1969 Jim Braxton 1968 1967 Ron Pobolish Steve Edwards 1966 1965 Garrett Ford Sr. 1964 John Piscorik Larry Tracewell 1963 1962 Tom Yeater Jim Moss 1961 1960 Marvin Sleith Ray Peterson 1959 1958 Ray Peterson Mel Reight 1957 1956 Bob Snider Paul Shepherd 1955 1954 Bob Moss Joe Marconi 1953 1952 Harry Sweeney Harry Sweeney 1951 1950 William Lohr Jack Morton 1949 1948 Victor Bonfili

Ret. Yards Avg. 12 259 21.6 20 554 27.7 14 280 20.0 15 376 25.1 9 159 17.7 8 135 16.9 4 125 31.3 13 238 18.3 13 353 27.2 13 316 24.3 14 247 17.6 6 107 17.8 10 259 25.9 8 174 21.8 10 228 22.8 8 217 27.1 4 101 25.3 12 231 19.3 4 35 8.8 8 169 21.1 8 151 18.9 6 138 23.0 12 251 20.9 19 335 17.3 8 194 24.2 11 185 16.8

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Int. Yards Avg. 6 0 0.0 3 13 4.3 3 35 11.7 4 65 16.2 2 12 6.0 2 22 11.0 4 63 15.8 6 51 8.5 5 9 1.8 3 61 20.3 3 48 16.0 3 38 12.7 3 48 16.0 3 75 25.0 3 0 0.0 5 67 13.4 4 6 1.5 3 51 17.0 3 3 1.0 6 35 5.8 4 14 3.5 4 5 1.3 5 145 29.0 6 62 10.3 5 57 11.4 4 0 0.0 4 143 35.8 5 41 8.2 5 171 34.2 10 133 13.0 4 97 24.3 3 45 15.0 3 0 0.0 4 68 17.0 7 74 10.6 5 3 0.6

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

Interceptions Year Name 2015 Daryl Worley 2014 Daryl Worley KJ Dillon 2013 Darwin Cook Isaiah Bruce 2012 Karl Joseph Keith Tandy 2011 2010 Keith Tandy Robert Sands 2009 2008 Brandon Hogan Mortty Ivy Ellis Lankster Antonio Lewis 2007 Ryan Mundy Eric Wicks 2006 Quinton Andrews Dee McCann 2005 2004 Adam Jones Dee McCann 2003 Brian King Jahmile Addae 2002 2001 Richard Bryant Richard Bryant 2000 1999 Perlo Bastien Jerry Porter 1998 1997 Nate Terry Barrett Green 1996 Mike Logan Aaron Beasley 1995 Aaron Beasley 1994 1993 David Mayfield Mike Collins 1992 1991 Darrell Whitmore Darrell Whitmore 1990 1989 Preston Waters Alvoid Mays 1988

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Year Name 1987 Terry White 1986 Matt Smith Travis Curtis 1985 1984 Anthony Daniels Tim Agee 1983 Tim Agee 1982 1981 Lind Murray Steve Newberry 1980 1979 Sedrick King 1978 John LaSavage Tom Pridemore 1977 1976 Tom Pridemore Tom Pridemore 1975 1974 Marcus Mauney Marcus Mauney 1973 1972 Tom Geishauser David Morris 1971 1970 David Morris Mike Slater 1969 1968 Terry Snively John Mallory 1967 1966 John Mallory Richie Martha 1965 1964 Jim Mazzella Steve Kush 1963 1962 Glenn Holton Jim Moss 1961 1960 Carmen Pomponio Dave Rider 1959 Mel Reight 1958 1957 Bill McClure Mickey Trimarki 1956 1955 Tom Damen Fred Wyant 1954 1953 Tommy Allman Bob Snider 1952 1951 Bob Snider Jim Priester 1950 1949 Dudley DeGroot Russell Combs 1948

Int. Yards Avg. 3 12 4.0 3 22 7.3 4 41 10.8 4 8 2.0 7 76 10.9 4 75 18.8 6 33 5.5 6 36 6.0 4 31 7.8 3 35 11.7 6 123 20.5 4 143 35.8 5 132 26.4 4 141 35.3 4 60 15.0 7 92 13.1 4 68 17.0 4 4 1.0 7 78 11.1 3 15 5.0 3 86 28.7 6 36 6.0 3 93 31.0 3 36 12.0 2 16 8.0 3 89 29.7 4 89 22.3 3 30 10.0 2 33 16.5 3 74 24.7 2 7 3.5 4 44 11.0 2 66 33.0 2 19 9.5 4 15 3.8 6 21 3.5 6 41 6.8 6 86 14.3 2 62 31.0 3 23 7.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Year Name 1994 J.T. Thomas 1993 Wes Richardson Tim Brown 1992 1991 Steve Grant Steve Grant 1990 1989 Chris Haering Chris Haering 1988 1987 Robert Pickett Matt Smith 1986 1985 Derek Christian Matt Smith 1984 1983 Tim Agee Darryl Talley 1982 1981 Darryl Talley Dennis Fowlkes 1980 1979 Delbert Fowler Jeff Macerelli 1978 1977 Jeff Macerelli Jeff Macerelli 1976 1975 Ray Marshall Steve Dunlap 1974 1973 Tom Zakowski

UT 80 74 73 94 91 78 60 55 56 79 64 68 90 79 96 71 69 91 78 102 94 101

AT 43 48 46 53 50 107 72 36 53 43 29 48 45 60 54 39 43 81 47 73 96 67

Total 123 122 119 147 141 185 132 91 109 122 93 116 135 139 150 110 112 172 125 175 190 168

Tackles Year Name 2015 Nick Kwiatkoski 2014 Nick Kwiatkoski Nick Kwiatkoski 2013 2012 Karl Joseph Najee Goode 2011 2010 Terence Garvin Pat Lazear 2009 2008 Mortty Ivy Reed Williams 2007 2006 Kevin McLee Mike Lorello 2005 2004 Adam Jones Grant Wiley 2003 2002 Grant Wiley Kyle Kayden 2001 2000 Shawn Hackett Barrett Green 1999 1998 Barrett Green John Hadley 1997 1996 Bernard Russ J.T. Thomas 1995

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UT 63 71 54 76 43 41 37 43 48 49 53 54 99 91 88 72 78 107 49 52 59

AT 23 32 32 28 44 35 41 47 59 30 29 22 68 42 71 43 48 48 34 36 40

Total 86 103 86 104 88 76 78 90 107 79 82 76 167 133 159 115 126 155 83 88 99

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Quarterback Sacks Year Name 2015 Noble Nwachuwku Shaq Riddick 2014 2013 Will Clarke Terence Garvin 2012 2011 Bruce Irvin Bruce Irvin 2010 2009 Julian Miller John Holmes 2008 2007 Johnny Dingle Eric Wicks 2006 2005 Keilen Dykes Jason Hardee 2004 2003 Jason Hardee Angel Estrada 2002

Sacks Yards 8.5 46 7 47 6 44 6 39 8.5 71 14 88 9 61 5 38 9 53 7 42 5 24 4 19 6 21 5 22


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Year Name 2001 James Davis James Davis 2000 1999 Chris Edmonds Gary Stills 1998 1997 Gary Stills

Sacks Yards 8 55 6 47 6 30 9 51 12 71

Tackles For Loss Year Name 2015 Noble Nwachukwu 2014 Nick Kwiatkoski Will Clarke 2013 2012 Josh Francis Bruce Irvin 2011 Najee Goode Bruce Irvin 2010 Julian Miller Julian Miller 2009 JT Thomas 2008 2007 Johnny Dingle Eric Wicks 2006 2005 Eric Wicks 2004 Adam Lehnortt Grant Wiley 2003 2002 James Davis David Upchurch 2001 Kyle Kayden Grant Wiley 2000 1999 Barrett Green Chris Edmonds Antwan Lake Gary Stills 1998 John Thornton

TFL 13 11.5 17 15 15 15 14 14 9 10 19 11 8.5 12 14 14 14 17 14 7 7 7 6 6

Yards 52 24 77 53 91 49 88 47 61 46 83 50 42 39 26 64 28 42 50 16 37 19 20 25

Forced Fumbles Year Name Daryl Worley 2015 Terrell Chestnut Karl Joseph 2014 2013 Brandon Golson Karl Joseph 2012 Darwin Cook Bruce Irvin 2011 2010 Bruce Irvin JT Thomas 2009 Seven Players John Holmes 2008 2007 Reed Williams Mortty Ivy 2006 Reed Williams Mike Lorello 2005 2004 Lawrence Audena Grant Wiley 2003 7 2002 Grant Wiley James Davis Jermaine Thaxton Kevin Freeman 2001 Lance Frazier Shawn Hackett 2000 Chris Edmonds Chris Edmonds 1999 Richard Bryant Kevin Landolt 1998 Gary Stills Charles Fisher

FF 2 2 3 5 3 3 3 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 5 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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Fumbles Recovered Year Name Seven Players 2015 2014 Terrell Chestnut Dayron Wilson 2013 Karl Joseph Isaiah Bruce 2012 Terence Garvin 2011 Julian Miller Terence Garvin 2010 JT Thomas Sidney Glover Scooter Berry 2009 Five Players Scooter Berry 2008 2007 Ryan Mundy Keilen Dykes Scooter Berry Reed Williams 2006 2005 Jahmile Addae Dee McCann Bobby Hathaway Adam Lehnortt 2004 Jahmile Addae Adam Jones 2003 Adam Lehnortt Lance Frazier Ernest Hunter Ben Collins 2002 2001 Shawn Hackett Angel Estrada James Davis 2000 Rick Sherrod Boo Sensabaugh 1999 1998 Barrett Green Chris Edmonds

FR 1 1 1 4 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Yards 0 35 0 38 43 6 0 29 12 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 51 47 0 0 0 0 10 19 10 7 2 0 0

TDs 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pass Breakups Year Name 2015 Daryl Worley 2014 Terrell Chestnut KJ Dillon 2013 KJ Dillon Pat Miller 2012 2011 Keith Tandy Keith Tandy 2010 2009 Brandon Hogan Brandon Hogan 2008 Ellis Lankster Ryan Mundy 2007 2006 Antonio Lewis Mike Lorello 2005 2004 Adam Jones Brian King 2003 2002 Jahmile Addae Richard Bryant 2001 Brian King Rick Sherrod 2000 1999 Perlo Bastien Chris Edmonds 1998 Charles Fisher

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ATTENDANCE Records Total Season Attendance

Single Season Home Attendance Records

Year Games 2015 13 13 2014 12 2013 2012 13 13 2011 2010 13 13 2009 2008 13 13 2007 2006 13 12 2005 2004 12 2003 13 13 2002 2001 11 12 2000 1999 11 12 1998 1997 12 12 1996 1995 11 13 1994 1993 12 11 1992 1991 11 11 1990 1989 12 12 1988 1987 12 11 1986 11 1985 1984 12 1983 12 1982 12 12 1981 1980 12 11 1979 1978 11 11 1977 1976 11 12 1975 1974 11 11 1973 1972 12 11 1971 1970 11 11 1969 1968 10 10 1967 1966 10 10 1965 1964 11

7 Games 6 Games 5 Games

Home Away Overall 383,779 250,034 633,813 340,117 311,553 651,670 317,459 255,498 572,957 391,409 355,379 746,788 395,726 303,653 699,379 394,274 335,253 729,527 401,216 355,691 756,907 406,593 233,308 639,901 362,399 344,580 706,979 411,408 219,696 698,818 337,720 265,173 602,893 339,629 295,171 634,800 365,436 303,098 668,534 314,477 336,094 650,571 289,936 251,607 541,543 363,948 242,400 606,348 273,371 198,564 471,935 324,816 172,661 497,477 317,126 267,440 584,566 334,176 168,910 555,189 301,780 218,952 520,732 310,318 275,420 585,738 404,500 207,139 611,639 344,989 166,475 511,464 292,013 270,562 562,575 393,559 181,280 574,839 363,894 248,800 695,605 362,982 194,023 631,916 287,010 295,371 625,621 330,715 175,921 506,636 326,380 237,215 565,595 409,754 196,484 606,238 332,281 314,285 646,566 320,087 240,658 560,745 278,212 251,518 529,730 267,758 195,796 463,554 188,904 196,011 384,915 165,450 230,959 396,045 202,823 202,645 405,468 164,848 214,036 378,884 195,255 187,668 382,923 173,350 160,005 333,355 157,500 201,336 358,836 211,500 189,024 400,524 183,000 104,199 287,199 185,000 160,954 345,954 175,895 185,745 361,640 136,476 135,745 272,221 145,378 151,893 297,271 144,783 143,221 288,044 146,372 142,629 289,001 143,500 132,000 275,500

Single Season Total Attendance Records 13 Games 12 Games 11 Games 10 Games

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756,907 in 2009 695,605 in 1989 574,839 in 1990 297,271 in 1967

411,408 in 2006 363,894 in 1989 175,895 in 1969

Single Season Away Attendance Records 7 Games 6 Games 5 Games 4 Games

275,420 in 1994 355,691 in 2009 237,215 in 1985 181,280 in 1990

20 Largest Crowds to Watch West Virginia Attendance 101,851 96,445 95,714 92,575 88,272 87,451 86,309 85,911 85,534 85,108 85,012 84,692 84,384 84,129 82,911 80,913 80,795 80,225 78,892 76,320

Date Oct. 6, 2012 Oct. 26, 1991 Nov. 8, 2014 Sept. 25, 2010 Sept. 12, 1987 Sept. 19, 2009 Oct. 22, 1983 Nov. 4, 1989 Oct. 26, 1985 Oct. 31, 1987 Oct. 24, 1981 Sept. 7, 2013 Oct. 3, 2015 Jan. 1, 2010 Dec. 30, 1989 Dec. 31, 1982 Oct. 13, 2001 Nov. 22, 1997 Jan. 1, 2004 Sept. 7, 2002

Site and Opponent at Texas at Penn State at Texas at LSU at Ohio State at Auburn at Penn State at Penn State at Penn State at Penn State at Penn State at Oklahoma at Oklahoma Florida State/Gator Bowl Clemson/Gator Bowl Florida State/Gator Bowl at Notre Dame at Notre Dame Maryland/Toyota Gator Bowl at Wisconsin

Milan Puskar Stadium’s Top 20 Crowds OPENED IN 1980 Attendance 70,222 68,938 68,409 68,041 67,715 66,948 66,811 66,663 66,461 66,015 65,492 65,127 65,041 64,950 64,879 64,424 64,079 64,076 63,760 63,735

Date Nov. 20, 1993 Sept. 30, 1989 Sept. 5, 1998 Aug. 31, 1991 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 29, 1988 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 3, 1990 Sept. 16, 1989 Aug. 30, 1997 Nov. 19, 1988 Oct. 23, 1993 Sept. 8, 1990 Oct. 27, 1984 Oct. 21, 2000 Sept. 26, 1987 Oct. 1, 1983 Oct. 22, 1994 Sept. 23, 2000

Opponent and Score West Virginia 17, Miami 14 West Virginia 31, Pitt 31 Ohio State 34, West Virginia 17 Pitt 34, West Virginia 3 West Virginia 52, Pitt 31 Miami 10, West Virginia 7 West Virginia 51, Penn State 30 Penn State 40, West Virginia 26 Penn State 31, West Virginia 19 West Virginia 45, South Carolina 21 West Virginia 42, Marshall 31 West Virginia 31, Syracuse 9 West Virginia 42, Pitt 21 Maryland 14, West Virginia 10 West Virginia 17, Penn State 14 Notre Dame 42, West Virginia 28 Pitt 6, West Virginia 3 West Virginia 24, Pitt 21 Miami 38, West Virginia 6 Miami 47, West Virginia 10


ATTENDANCE RECORDS

Milan Puskar Stadium Year By Year Attendance Year Games Record Attendance Average 2015 7 6-1-0 383,779 54,826 2014 6 3-3-0 340,117 56,686 7 3-3-0 317,459 52,910 2013 2012 7 4-3-0 391,409 55,916 7 5-2-0 395,726 56,532 2011 2010 7 6-1-0 394,274 56,325 7 7-0-0 401,216 57,316 2009 2008 7 6-1-0 406,593 58,085 6 5-1-0 362,399 60,400 2007 2006 7 6-1-0 411,408 58,773 6 5-1-0 337,720 56,287 2005 2004 6 5-1-0 339,269 56,545 6 5-2-0 365,436 52,205 2003 2002 6 4-2-0 314,477 52,413 6 3-3-0 289,936 48,323 2001 2000 7 4-3-0 363,948 51,993 6 4-2-0 273,371 45,562 1999 1998 6 4-2-0 324,816 54,136 6 5-1-0 317,126 52,854 1997 6 4-2-0 334,176 55,696 1996 1995 6 4-2-0 301,780 50,297 1994 6 4-2-0 310,318 51,720 7 7-0-0 404,500 57,786 1993 1992 7 3-2-2 344,989 49,284 6 4-2-0 292,013 48,669 1991 1990 7 2-5-0 393,559 56,223 6 4-1-1 363,894 60,649 1989 1988 6 6-0-0 362,982 60,497 6 5-1-0 287,010 47,835 1987 1986 6 1-5-0 330,715 55,119 6 5-0-1 326,380 54,397 1985 1984 7 5-2-0 409,754 58,536 6 6-0-0 332,281 55,380 1983 1982 6 5-1-0 320,087 53,348 6 5-1-0 278,212 46,369 1981 1980 6 3-3-0 267,758 44,626 Totals 229 164-62-4 12,390,887 54,109

Old Mountaineer Field’s Top 10 Crowds FINAL GAME WAS PLAYED ON NOVEMBER 10, 1979 Attendance 38,681 38,500 37,672 37,031 37,000 37,000 36,558 35,545 35,500 35,289

Date Nov. 10, 1979 Oct. 2, 1971 Oct. 23, 1976 Nov. 5, 1977 Oct. 30, 1971 Oct. 28, 1972 Sept. 9, 1978 Sept. 10, 1977 Oct. 25, 1969 Nov. 8, 1975

Game Opponent and Score Pitt 24, West Virginia 17 West Virginia 20, Pitt 9 Penn State 33, West Virginia 0 Pitt 44, West Virginia 3 Penn State 35, West Virginia 7 Penn State 28, West Virginia 19 West Virginia 14, Richmond 12 West Virginia 36, Richmond 0 West Virginia 49, Pitt 18 West Virginia 17, Pitt 14

Milan Puskar Stadium Streaks GAMES UNBEATEN - 12 1987 East Carolina Cincinnati Virginia Tech Rutgers 1988 Bowling Green Cal State Fullerton Maryland Boston College Penn State Syracuse 1989 Ball State South Carolina Streak stopped by Pitt, 31-31

49-0 45-17 28-16 37-13 62-14 45-10 55-24 59-19 51-30 31-9 35-10 45-21

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Mountaineer Field Results

3-24 14-58 10-19 0-19 23-34

1980 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 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

3-3-0 3-3-0 5-1-0 5-1-0 6-0-0 5-2-0 5-0-1 1-5-0 5-1-0 6-0-0 4-1-1 2-5-0 4-2-0 3-2-2 7-0-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 5-1-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 5-1-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-0-0 6-1-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 6-1-0

.500 .500 .833 .833 1.000 .714 .917 .167 .833 1.000 .750 .286 .667 .571 1.000 .667 .667 .667 .833 .667 .667 .571 .500 .667 .714 .833 .833 .857 .833 .857 1.000 .857 .714 .571 .500 .500 857

1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s

45-14-2 41-20-2 50-15-0 27-13-0

.754 .667 .769 .675

Overall

163-62-4

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2015 J2 O29 O10 S5

2014 N20 S20 S6

2013 S7 O5 N9

2012 N17 N3 O20 O6

2011 S24 O21 N25 D1 J4

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vs. Arizona State at TCU Oklahoma State Georgia Southern

W/43-42 L/10-40 L/26-33 (OT) W/44-0

Kansas State Oklahoma Towson

L/20-26 L/33-45 W/54-0

at Oklahoma at Baylor Texas

L/7-16 L/43-72 L/40-47 (OT)

Oklahoma TCU Kansas State at Texas

L/49-50 L/38-39 (2OT) L/14-55 W/48-45

LSU at Syracuse Pitt at USF vs. Clemson

L/21-47 L/23-49 W/21-20 W/30-27 W/70-33

2010 S10 S25 O14 O29 D28 2009 S19 O1 O30 N13 N27

2008 S18 O23 N8 D6

2007 S13 S30 N8 N17 D1 J2

at Marshall at LSU USF at Connecticut vs. NC State at Auburn Colorado at USF at Cincinnati Pitt at Colorado Auburn Cincinnati USF at Maryland at USF Louisville at Cincinnati Pitt vs. Oklahoma

W/24-21 (OT) L/14-20 W/20-6 L/13-16 (OT) L/7-23 L/31-40 W/35-24 L/19-30 L/21-24 W/19-16 L/17-20 (OT) W/34-17 L/23-26 (OT) W/13-7 W/31-14 L/13-21 W/38-31 W/28-23 L/9-13 W/48-28

2006 S14 O20 N2 N16 D2

2005 S10 N2 N9 N24 D3 J2

2004 S4 S11 O13 O21 N25

2003 S6 S20 O2 O22 N15

Maryland at Connecticut at Louisville at Pitt Rutgers

W/45-24 W/37-11 L/34-44 W/45-27 W/41-39 (3OT)

Wofford Connecticut at Cincinnati Pitt at USF vs. Georgia

W/35-7 W/45-13 W/38-0 W/45-13 W/28-13 W/38-35

East Carolina at UCF at Connecticut Syracuse at Pitt

W/56-23 W/45-20 W/31-19 W/27-6 L/16-13

at East Carolina at Maryland at Miami Virginia Tech Pitt

W/48-7 L/7-34 L/20-22 W/28-7 W/52-31


NIGHT GAMES

2002 A31 S14 N20

2001 O25

2000 S28 O12

1998 S5 S19 N7 D26

1997 N1 D29

1996 A31 S21 S28 O26

1995 S16

1994 S22 N24

1993 S18 O30 J1

1992 S5 O31

1991

A31

1990 N22

1989 S30 N24 D30

1988 N12 N19

1987 N21

1986 S13 N1

1985 S21 N2 N30

1984 S1 O27 D31

UT-Chattanooga at Cincinnati at Virginia Tech at Miami

W/56-7 W/35-32 W/21-18 L/3-45

at Temple at Virginia Tech

W/29-24 L/20-48

Ohio State Maryland Syracuse vs. Missouri

L/17-34 W/42-20 W/35-28 L/31-34

at Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech

L/10-40 L/30-35

at Pitt at Purdue Maryland Miami

W/34-0 W/20-6 W/13-0 L/7-10

at Maryland

L/17-31

at Virginia Tech Syracuse

L/6-34 W/13-0

at Maryland at Syracuse vs. Florida

W/42-37 W/43-0 L/7-41

Miami (Ohio) at Miami

T/29-29 L/23-35

1983 S17 D23

1982 D30

1980 O11

1979 N17

1978 S23

1969 Pitt at South Carolina

L/3-34 L/10-29

Pitt at Syracuse vs. Clemson

T/31-31 W/24-17 L/7-27

at Rutgers Syracuse

W/35-25 W/31-9

at Syracuse

L/31-32

at East Carolina Penn State

W/24-21 L/0-19

at Maryland at Virginia at Syracuse

L/0-28 L/7-27 W/13-10

Ohio Penn State vs. TCU

W/38-0 W/17-14 W/31-14

S27 D30

1968 O11

1967 S16

1965 O9

1964 S19 O3 D19

1961 S23 O21

1959 O2 O9

1957 O18

1956 O6 N23

at Maryland vs. Kentucky

W/31-21 W/20-16

vs. Florida State

L/12-31

at Hawaii

L/13-16

at Arizona State

L/7-42

at NC State

L/15-29

at Tulane vs. South Carolina

W/35-17 W/14-3

1976 O16 N6

1974 S28

1973 N2

1972 O14 D29

1971 S25

1955 N4 N25

1954 at VMI

W/14-7

at Richmond

W/27-6

at The Citadel

W/25-2

at Richmond at Rice vs. Utah

W/20-10 L/0-24 L/6-32

O2

1953 O16

1951 S28

1950

at Vanderbilt at Boston University

L/6-16 L/6-12

at George Washington at Boston University

W/10-8 L/0-7

at George Washington

W/34-14

O6 N12

1949 O14

1946 O18

1944 O14

1940 at Texas at Miami

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W/7-6 L/0-18

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at Boston College at Tulane

L/3-14 W/32-28

at Tulane

L/14-17

at Miami

W/20-14

at Temple vs. N.C. State

L/36-39 L/13-49

at Richmond

W/16-3

at George Washington at N.C. State

W/13-7 W/27-7

at South Carolina

W/26-6

at George Washington

W/27-6

at Furman

W/18-7

at George Washington at Texas Western

L/14-21 L/7-48

at Boston University

L/20-52

at Temple

L/0-6

at Maryland

T/6-6

at George Washington

L/0-19

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OPPONENTS’Records (SINCE 1919)

Individual

INDIVIDUAL TOTAL OFFENSE

• Most Plays: 72 by John Welsh of Idaho, 2000 • Most Yards: 575 by Nick Florence of Baylor, 2012

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

• Longest Touchdown Run: 90 by Jim Hammond of Texas Western, 1950 • Longest Non-Touchdown Run: 86 by Curtis Martin of Pitt, 1993 • Highest Average Per Rush (min. 5 att.): 20.7 (6-124) by Frank Gore of Miami, 2001 • Most Yards in a Quarter: 139 by Larry Csonka of Syracuse, 1965 • Most Yards in a Half: 209 by Mike Cloud of Boston College, 1997 • Most Yards in a Game: 272 by Kevan Barlow of Pitt, 2000 • Most Carries: 38 by LeSean McCoy of Pitt; by Tony Dorsett of Pitt, 1974

INDIVIDUAL PASSING

• Longest Pass: 96 by Brian Anderson to Aaron Dobson of Marshall, 2010; by Donovan McNabb to • Marvin Harrison of Syracuse, 1995 • Most Yards in a Game: 581 by Nick Florence of Baylor, 2012 • Most Passes Attempted: 58 by Casey Pachall of TCU, 2013 • Most Passes Completed: 40 by Casey Pachall of TCU, 2013 • Consecutive Completions: 12 by Mark Hartsell of Boston College, 1994 • Highest Completion Percentage: 88.2 (15 17) by Marcus Vick of Virginia Tech, 2005

INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

• Longest Reception: 96 by Aaron Dobson from Brian Anderson of Marshall; by Marvin Harrison from Donovan McNabb of Syracuse, 1995 • Most Receptions: 17 by Terrance Williams of Baylor, 2012 • Most Yards Receiving: 314 by Terrance Williams of Baylor, 2012

INDIVIDUAL PUNTING

• Longest Punt: 84 by Klaus Wilmsmeyer of Louisville, 1990 • Most Punts: 14 by Trevor Pardula of Kansas, 2014 Most Yards Punting: 621 by Trevor Pardula of Kansas, 2014

INDIVIDUAL PUNT RETURNS

• Longest Return: 97 by Derrek Batson of East Carolina, 1992 • Most Returns: 8 by Steve Suter of Maryland, 2002 • Most Yards: 142 by Steve Suter or Maryland, 2002

INDIVIDUAL INTERCEPTIONS

• Longest Return: 100 by Dave Hunger of Kentucky, 1968 • Most Interceptions: 6 by Bernie Scruggs of Kentucky, 1969; by Pat Cortazza of Geneva, 1951

MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS

• Longest Kickoff: 105 by Gibby Welch of Pitt, 1927 • Longest Fumble Recovery: 90 by Andy Gustafson of Pitt, 1925

TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE

• Most Plays: 101 by Marshall, 2012 • Most Yards: 872 by Baylor, 2013 • Most Touchdowns: 10 by Baylor, 2013 • Fewest Plays: 12 by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Yards: -14 by Maryland, 1919

TEAM RUSHING

• Most Carries: 81 by Pitt, 1970 • Most Yards: 523 by Maryland, 1951 • Most Touchdowns: 8 by Baylor, 2013 • Fewest Carries: 12 by Maryland, 1919; by West Virginia Wesleyan, 1922; by Washington & Lee,1923 • Fewest Yards: -30 by Florida, 1981

TEAM PASSING

• Most Completions: 40 by TCU, 2013 • Most Attempts: 59 by Colorado State, 1980 • Most Interceptions: 8 by Fordham, 1946 • Most Yards Gained: 581 by Baylor, 2012 • Most Touchdowns: 6 by Oklahoma, 2012; by Texas Tech, 2012 • Fewest Completions: 0 by Maryland, 1919; by Pitt, 1981 • Fewest Attempts: 0 by Maryland, 1919 • Lowest Completion Percentage: 0.0% (0/6) by Pitt, 1981

TEAM PUNTING

• Most Punts: 14 by Kansas, 2014 • Highest Average (min. 3): 67.0 by The Citadel, 1959 • Fewest Punts: 0 by Baylor, 2013

TEAM PUNT RETURNS

• Most Returns: 8 by Maryland, 2002 • Most Yards Gained: 142 by Maryland, 2002 • Most Touchdowns: 1 by many; the latest is by Kansas State, 2014

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS

• Longest: 57 by Jaden Oberkrom of TCU, 2015 • Longest by Drop-Kick: 51 by Lee Radman of West Virginia Wesleyan, 1922; by Lee Radman of West Virginia Wesleyan, 1921 • Most Made: 5 by Jon Peattie of Miami, 2003; by Collin Mackie of South Carolina, 1990; by Mickey Barilla of Colorado State, 1978

INDIVIDUAL SCORING

• Most Points: 24 by Michael Bush of Louisville, 2005; by Wali Lundy of Virginia, 2002; by Kevan Barlow of Pitt, 2000; by Keith Barnette of Boston College, 1974; by John Capelletti of Penn State, 1973; by Floyd Little of Syracuse, 1955 • Most Points by Kick: 20 by Mickey Barilla of Colorado State, 1978 • Most Touchdowns Rushing: 4 by Samarje Perine of Oklahoma, 2014; by Collin Klein of Kansas State, 2012; by Joe Bergeron of Texas, 2012; Michael Bush of Louisville, 2005; by Kevan Barlow of Pitt, 2000; by Keith Barnette of Boston College, 1974; by John Capelletti of Penn State, 1973; by Floyd Little of Syracuse, 1965 • Most Touchdowns Passing: 6 by Landry Jones of Oklahoma, 2012; by Seth Doege of Texas Tech, 2012 • Most Touchdown Receptions: 4 by Kenny Stills of Oklahoma, 2012

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TEAM KICKOFF RETURNS

• Most Returns: 10 by Clemson, 2011; by Bowling Green, 2011; by Connecticut, 2007; by Rutgers, 2001 • Most Yards Gained: 284 by Oklahoma, 2007 • Most Touchdowns: 1 by many; the latest is by Kansas State, 2015

TEAM SCORING

• Most Points: 130 by Michigan, 1904 • Greatest Margin of Victory: 130 by Michigan, 1904 • Greatest Margin of Defeat: 89 by Geneva, 1951 • Most Touchdowns: 10 by Baylor, 2013 • Most Extra Points Made: 10 by Baylor, 2013 • Most Field Goals Made: 5 by South Carolina, 1990; by Miami, 2003 • Highest Losing Score: 63 by Baylor, 2012 • Most Shutouts in a Season: 9 in 1896 • Most Shutouts of WVU in a Season: 9 in 1896

TEAM FIRST DOWNS

• Most: 38 by Baylor, 2013; by Penn State, 1962 • Most Rushing: 26 by Pitt, 1927


OPPONENTS’ RECORDS

• Most Passing: 24 by Oklahoma, 2012 • Most By Penalty: 7 by Baylor, 2014; by Oklahoma, 2007; by Mississippi State, 2006 • Fewest: 0 by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Rushing: 0 vs. Kansas State, 2014; Western Michigan, 1986; vs. Pitt, 1967; vs. Maryland,1919 • Fewest Passing: 0 vs. Maryland, 1919

TEAM TURNOVERS

• Most: 10 by Geneva, 1951 • Most Fumbles: 9 by Indiana, 1958; by Syracuse, 1985 • Most Fumbles Lost: 5 by Cincinnati, 2003; by Pitt, 1979; by William & Mary, 1972; by Boston College, 1971; by Richmond, 1967 • Most Fumbles Caused: 11 by Penn State, 1989 • Most Fumbles Recovered: 6 by Virginia Military, 1969

TEAM PENALTIES

• Most: 19 by Norfolk State, 2011 • Most Yards Penalized: 215 by Baylor, 2014

150-Yard Rushing Games Since 1953 C/Yds Name 33/272 Kevan Barlow Samanje Perine 34/242 26/216 Larry Csonka Prince-Tyson Gulley 26/213 22/211 James Sims Mike Cloud 24/211 28/204 William Green Mike Esposito 37/201 38/199 Tony Dorsett Floyd Little 30/196 12/195 Leon Washington Joe Morris 37/192 33/183 LeSean McCoy Jamie Wilson 20/183 36/181 Blair Thomas Cedric Washington 34/181 28/179 Mike Cloud Jim Brown 30/178 18/175 Isaiah Pead Cyrus Lawrence 30/173 15/172 Lache Seastrunk Bob Riggle 13/172 22/172 Tanardo Sharps George Smith 15/171 22/170 Brennan Clay Gordon Jones 18/169 27/169 Tashard Choice William Copeland 24/168 27/168 Joe Morris Mark Mason 28/167 30/167 Anthony Davis Rodney Stewart 28/166 Booker Moore 18/166 22/165 Jim Brown Travis Prentice 30/165 33/164 Darius Ashley Lamont Jordan 22/164 28/163 Jim Nance Keith Lee 21/163 23/163 Allen Williams Vincent Thompson 36/162 31/162 Edgerrin James CJ Brown 18/161 14/160 Seth Russell Ted Brown 21/159

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Date 11-24-2000 9-20-2014 11-13-65 12-29-2012 11-16-2013 9-13-97 9-1-2001 11-10-73 11-13-76 11-13-65 1-1-2005 11-22-80 11-28-2008 9-4-99 10-31-87 11-13-99 11-21-98 11-7-81 11-13-2009 11-1-80 10-5-2013 10-24-64 11-17-2001 10-4-58 9-7-2013 11-11-78 1-1-2007 11-17-73 11-21-81 9-19-92 8-30-2003 9-18-2008 10-27-79 10-13-56 9-11-99 11/7/2009 9-18-99 11-21-64 11-18-78 9-17-94 11-29-77 10-24-98 9-13-2014 10-17-2015 12-31-75

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37/159 22/158 33/157 26/155 15/154 34/154 31/153 29/152 32/150

Michael Bush Terrell Willis Thurman Thomas Dion Lewis Ron Coleman John Cappelletti Bruce Perry Jerome Smith Blair Thomas

Louisville Rutgers Oklahoma State Pitt Utah Penn State Maryland Syracuse Penn State

10-15-2005 11-6-93 12-25-87 11/27/2009 12-19-64 10-28-72 9-29-01 12-29-2012 11-4-89

Double 100-Yard Games Alabama: August 30, 2014 T.J. Yeldon................................................................................................ 23/126 Derrick Henry............................................................................................ 17/113 Baylor: October 5, 2013 Lache Seastrunk....................................................................................... 15/172 Shock Linwood......................................................................................... 14/126 Syracuse: December 29, 2012 Prince-Tyson Gulley.................................................................................. 26/213 Jerome Smith........................................................................................... 29/152 Florida State: January 1, 2005 Leon Washington...................................................................................... 12/195 Lorenzo Booker........................................................................................ 20/101 Notre Dame: October 13, 2001 Carlyle Holiday......................................................................................... 19/130 Tony Fisher............................................................................................... 22/119 Navy: October 2, 1999 Dre Brittingham........................................................................................ 12/124 Brian Broadwater..................................................................................... 23/110 Nebraska: August 28, 1994 Tommy Frazier.......................................................................................... 12/130 Lawrence Phillips..................................................................................... 24/126 Rutgers: November 6, 1993 Terrell Willis............................................................................................... 22/158 Bruce Presley........................................................................................... 18/100 Syracuse: November 22, 1980 Joe Morris................................................................................................ 37/192 Kenneth Mandeville.................................................................................. 16/120 Penn State: October 27, 1979 Booker Moore........................................................................................... 18/166 Matt Suhey............................................................................................... 20/124 Colorado State: November 18, 1978 Keith Lee.................................................................................................. 21/163 Robert Newberry...................................................................................... 19/110 Villanova: October 29, 1977 Vincent Thompson................................................................................... 36/162 Patrick O’Brein......................................................................................... 22/146 Pitt: November 13, 1976 Tony Dorsett............................................................................................. 38/199 Matt Cavanaugh....................................................................................... 19/124 William & Mary: October 7, 1972 Todd Bushnell........................................................................................... 19/112 Doug Gerhart............................................................................................ 13/109 Syracuse: November 19, 1966 Larry Csonka............................................................................................ 21/145 Floyd Little................................................................................................ 20/127 Syracuse: November 13, 1965 Larry Csonka............................................................................................ 26/216 Floyd Little................................................................................................ 30/196 Kentucky: October 30, 1965 Roger Bird................................................................................................ 22/118 Larry Seiple.............................................................................................. 17/111 Opponent Records/updated 5-21-16/edited by m2

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MOUNTAINEERS WHO HAVE

Played... Sam Huff Adam Jones Tom Keane Pat McAfee Joe Marconi Todd Sauerbrun Joe Stydahar Gary Stills Darryl Talley Renaldo Turnbull Mike Vanderjagt Ron Wolfley Tom Woodeshick * Game MVP

New York Giants Washington Redskins Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Colts Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears Kansas City Chiefs Buffalo Bills New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts St. Louis Cardinals Phoenix Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles

1959-62 1965 2014-15 1953 2015 1964 2002, 2003, 2004 1938-39, 1941 2004 1991-92 1994 2004 1987-88 1989-90 1969

On Professional Championship Teams

BruceBOSLEY

In The Super Bowl Mike Compton Walter Easley Mike Fox David Grant Kenneth Herock Jeff Hostetler Chuck Howley Bruce Irvin Mike Logan Alvoid Mays Pat McAfee Ryan Mundy Jerry Porter Todd Sauerbrun Darryl Talley John Thornton Fulton Walker

New England Patriots San Francisco 49ers New York Giants Cincinnati Bengals Oakland Raiders New York Giants Dallas Cowboys Seattle Seahawks Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh Steelers Oakland Raiders Carolina Panthers Buffalo Bills Tennessee Titans Miami Dolphins

2002 1981 1991 1989 1967 1987, 1991 1972, 1973 2014, 2015 2006 1992 2009 2011 2003 2004 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 2000 1983

In The Pro Bowl Albert Baisi Bruce Bosley Marc Bulger Harry Clarke Jeff Hostetler Chuck Howley

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Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams Chicago Bears Los Angeles Raiders Dallas Cowboys

1939, 1941 1961, 1966-67, 1968 2004*, 2007 1939-40, 1942 1995 1966-70, 1972

Albert Baisi Russ Bailey John Bove Woody Bruder Danny Buggs Rex Bumgardner Harry Clarke Mike Compton Avon Coubourne Carl Crennel Walter Easley Delbert Fowler Mike Fox Lance Frazier Harry Harris Jeff Hostetler Chuck Howley Sam Huff Bruce Irvin Bill Karr Tom Keane Andrew King Mike Logan Joe Marconi Alvoid Mays Greasy Neale Basil Proctor David Riley Jock Sanders David Saunders Joe Stydahar Mike Vanderjagt *- Game MVP

Chicago Bears/NFL 1940, 1941 Akron Pros/NFL 1920 Ottawa Roughriders/CFL 1951 Frankford Yellowjackets/NFL 1925 Edmonton Eskimos/CFL 1980 Cleveland Browns/NFL 1950 Chicago Bears/NFL 1940, 1941, 1943 New England Patriots 2002, 2004 Montreal Alouettes/CFL 2009* Montreal Alouettes/CFL 1974, 1977 Edmonton Eskimos/CFL 1979 San Francisco 49ers 1981 Winnipeg Blue Bombers/CFL 1984, 1988 New York Giants/NFL 1991 Saskatchewan Roughriders/CFL 2007 Akron Pros/NFL 1920 New York Giants/NFL 1987, 1991 Dallas Cowboys/NFL 1973 New York Giants/NFL 1956 Seattle Seahawks/NFL 2014 Chicago Bears/NFL 1933 Los Angeles Rams/NFL 1951 Akron Pros/NFL 1920 Pittsburgh Steelers/NFL 2006 Chicago Bears/NFL 1963 Washington Redskins/NFL 1992 Philadelphia Eagles/NFL 1948, 1949 Tampa Bay Storm/AFL 2003 Philadelphia Stars/USFL 1984 Saskatchewan Roughriders/CFL 2013 Tampa Bay Storm/AFL 2003 Chicago Bears/NFL 1940, 1941, 1946 Los Angeles Rams/NFL (coach) 1951 Toronto Argonauts/CFL 1996-97


ALL-STARParticipants

KarlJOSEPH

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All-American Classic 1991 1990

Greg Jones, quarterback Adrian Moss, tight end

American Bowl 1976 1974

Arthur Owens, tailback Tom Brandner, offensive guard Al Gluchoski, center Bobby Bowden, coach John Adams, defensive tackle

Blue Gray Game 2001 1995 1993 1992 1986 1985 1977 1971 1970 1958

Shawn Hackett, defensive back Antwan Lake, defensive tackle Kantroy Barber, fullback Aaron Beasley, defensive back John Browning, defensive end Lovett Purnell, tight end Mike Compton, center Rick Dolly, defensive tackle Lorenzo Styles, offensive guard Jim Gray, defensive tackle Steve Grant, linebacker Tom Briggs, defensive end Travis Curtis, defensive back Matt Smith, linebacker Derek Christian, linebacker Fred Smalls, linebacker Tom Pridemore, defensive back Bobby Bowden, head coach Mike Sherwood, quarterback Dick Longfellow, quarterback

1957 1955 1954 1947 1946 1942

NickKWIATKOSKI

Larry Krutko, fullback Joe Nicely, guard Joe Marconi, halfback Joe Papetti, end Bill Hillen, end Ed Kulakowski, tackle Charles Schrader, fullback Ed Kulakowski, tackle Vic Peelish, guard

1955 1954 1936

East West Shrine Game

Casino Del-Sol All-Star Game 2012 2011

Ryan Clarke, running back Don Barclay, offensive line

Coaches’ All America Game 1976 1975 1970

Al Gluchoski, center Chuck Braswell, defensive back Marshall Mills, wide receiver Carl Crennel, middle guard

College All Star Game (New York) 1941 1940

Charles Seabright, quarterback Mike Gussie, guard

College All Star Game (Chicago) 1958 1956

Chuck Howley, guard Larry Krutko, fullback Joe Nicely, guard Bruce Bosley, tackle Sam Huff, tackle Joe Marconi, halfback Bob Moss, halfback

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Gene Lamone, guard Tommy Allman, fullback Joe Stydahar, tackle

2014 2013 2011 2010 2009 2008 2004 2003 2002 2000 1999 1997 1995 1994 1992 1991 1990 1989 1985

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Mark Glowinski, offensive line Will Clarke, defensive line Najee Goode, linebacker Julian Miller, defensive line Keith Tandy, defensive back Alric Arnett, wide receiver Mortty Ivy, linebacker Keilen Dykes, nose tackle Quincy Wilson, running back Avon Cobourne, running back Kyle Kayden, linebacker Jerry Porter, wide receiver Eric de Groh, center Shawn Foreman, wide receiver Mike Logan, defensive back Todd Sauerbrun, punter Barry Hawkins, defensive tackle David Mayfield, defensive back Rich Braham, offensive tackle Tim Brown, linebacker John Ray, offensive tackle Don Nehlen, head coach Theron Ellis, linebacker Greg Hertzog, punter Mike Fox, defensive tackle Chris Parker, defensive tackle Bill Legg, center

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ALL-STAR PARTICIPANTS

1984 1974 1971 1964 1962 1957 1956 1948 1945 1936 1927 1925

Don Nehlen, head coach Tim Agee, defensive back Jeff Merrow, middle guard Jim Braxton, fullback Milt Clegg, end Gene Heeter, end Jim Moss, halfback Mickey Trimarki, quarterback Chuck Howley, guard Joe Kopnisky, end Leo Benjamin, center Jimmy Walthall, halfback Joe Stydahar, tackle Ross McHenry, guard Carl Davis, tackle

Florida Gridiron Classic 2005 2003 2002 2001 2000

Adam Lehnortt, linebacker Rasheed Marshall, quarterback James Davis, linebacker David Upchurch, defensive tackle Antonio Brown, wide receiver Richard Bryant, defensive back Kyle Kayden, linebacker Chris Edmonds, linebacker Khori Ivy, wide receiver Jay Taylor, kicker Gary Thompkins, defensive back

Hula Bowl 2007 2003 2002 2002 2000 1997 1994 1993 1990

Jay Henry, linebacker Rich Rodriguez, coach David Upchurch, defensive tackle Rick Sherrod, defensive back Shawn Hackett, defensive back Marc Bulger, quarterback Vann Washington, defensive back Jake Kelchner, quarterback Mike Compton, center Don Nehlen, coach

1989 1989 1989 1986 1984 1983 1983 1975 1970 1956 1965

Anthony Brown, running back Chris Parker, defensive tackle John Stroia, offensive guard Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle Jeff Hostetler, quarterback Darryl Talley, linebacker Don Nehlen, coach Danny Buggs, wide receiver Carl Crennel, middle guard Fred Wyant, quarterback Milt Clegg, end

Japan Bowl 1993 1989 1989 1986 1984

James Jett, wide receiver Kevin Koken, center Anthony Brown, running back Matt Smith, linebacker Jeff Hostetler, quarterback

Medal of Honor Bowl 2014 2013

Shaq Riddick, defensive line Pat Eger, offensive line Curtis Feigt, offensive line

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

2015 Marquis Lucas, offensive line Nick O’Toole, punter 2014 Mario Alford, wide receiver

North South Game 1965 1959 1958 1955 1954

Bob Dunlevy, end Allen McCune, quarterback Dick Leftridge, fullback Bill Lopasky, guard Mel Reight, halfback Bruce Bosley, tackle Sam Huff, tackle Fred Wyant, quarterback Bob Moss, halfback Art Lewis, coach Carl Norman, halfback

Olympia Gold Bowl 1982

Oliver Luck, quarterback

Senior Bowl

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2015 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2000

KJ Dillon, safety Nick Kwiatkoski, linebacker Will Clarke, defensive line Charles Sims, running back Joe Madsen, center Noel Devine, running back Chris Neild, nose tackle Jock Sanders, wide receiver Jarrett Brown, quarterback Selvish Capers, offensive tackle Ellis Lankster, defensive back Pat McAfee, kicker Pat White, quarterback Owen Schmitt, fullback Dan Mozes, center Brandon Myles, wide receiver Kevin McLee, linebacker Jahmile Addae, defensive back Kay-Jay Harris, running back Michael Watson, offensive tackle Grant Wiley, linebacker Anthony Becht, tight end Barrett Green, linebacker Jerry Porter, wide receiver

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1993 1991 1990 1980 1975 1971 1969 1966 1964 1963 1958 1957 1956 1954

Charles Fisher, defensive back Gary Stills, linebacker John Thornton, defensive tackle Henry Slay, defensive tackle Canute Curtis, linebacker Kantroy Barber, fullback Todd Sauerbrun, punter Adrian Murrell, running back Theron Ellis, linebacker Renaldo Turnbull, linebacker Delbert Fowler, linebacker Danny Buggs, wide receiver Dale Farley, linebacker Ken Juskowich, kicker Dick Leftridge, fullback Glenn Holton, halfback Tom Woodeshick, halfback Chuck Howley, guard Larry Krutko, fullback Joe Nicely, guard Bill Underdonk, tackle Joe Kopinsky, end Bruce Bosley, tackle Sam Huff, tackle Bob Moss, halfback Tommy Allman, fullback

Tropic Bowl 2016

Shaq Petteway, linebacker

Southwest Challenge Bowl 1962

Gene Heeter, end

Versus College Football 2011

Scooter Berry, defensive tackle Sidney Glover, safety

NFL Combine Participants 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

KJ Dillon, S Karl Joseph, S Nick Kwiatkoski, LB Nick O’Toole, P Wendell Smallwood, RB Daryl Worley, CB Mario Alford, WR Mark Glowinski, OL Kevin White, WR Will Clarke, DL Charles Sims, RB Tavon Austin, WR Stedman Bailey, WR Geno Smith, QB Najee Goode, LB Bruce Irvin, DL Keith Tandy, CB Noel Devine, RB Chris Neild, DL Robert Sands, S Jock Sanders, WR Alric Arnett, WR Jarrett Brown, QB Brandon Hogan, CB Selvish Capers, OL Pat White, QB Johnny Dingle, DL Darius Reynaud, WR Owen Schmitt, RB Steve Slaton, RB


AWARDS AND Honors

Ira E. Rodgers Award

The Ira E. Rodgers Award, initiated by the late Pittsburgh sportscaster Bob Prince, is a tribute to one of WVU’s greatest all time football players. The award is presented to the Mountaineer player who has “shown high leadership and academic qualities as well as football performance.” 2010 – Eric Jobe, guard 2009 – Reed Williams, linebacker 2008 – Doug Slavonic, defensive lineman, Jake Figner, offensive lineman 2007 - Owen Schmitt, fullback; Marc Magro, linebacker 2006 - Jay Henry, linebacker; Tim Lindsey, long snapper 2005 - Garin Justice, offensive tackle; Jeff Noechel, linebacker 2004 - Jeff Berk, offensive guard; Scott Gyorko, linebacker 2003 - Brian King, defensive back, Quincy Wilson, running back 2002 - Lance Nimmo, offensive tackle 2001 - Kyle Kayden, linebacker 2000 - Khori Ivy, wide receiver 1999 - Greg Robinette, defensive tackle 1998 - Eric de Groh, center, Bryan Pukenas, offensive guard 1997 - Chad Wable, tight end 1996 - Charles Emanuel, defensive back 1995 - Chad Johnston, quarterback 1994 - Matt Taffoni, linebacker 1993 - Rich Braham, offensive tackle, Mike Collins, defensive back 1992 - Mike Compton, center 1991 - Mike Compton, center 1990 - Rico Tyler, fullback 1989 - Chris Haering, linebacker 1988 - John Stroia, offensive guard 1987 - Brad Hunt, defensive tackle 1986 - Mike Timko, quarterback 1985 - Derek Christian, linebacker 1984 - Bill Legg, center 1983 - Dave Oblak, middle guard 1982 - Todd Campbell, defensive tackle 1981 - Oliver Luck, quarterback 1980 - Chuck Gambill, offensive guard 1979 - Jerry Holmes, defensive back 1978 - Rich Duggan, tight end 1977 - Tom Pridemore, defensive back 1976 - Ken Culbertson, linebacker 1975 - Artie Owens, running back 1974 - Charlie Miller, defensive back 1973 - Dave Jagdmann, tight end 1972 - Bernie Galiffa, quarterback 1971 - Pete Wood, running back 1970 - Mike Sherwood, quarterback 1969 - George Henshaw, defensive tackle 1968 - Bob Zambo, tight end 1967 - Danny Williamson, defensive end 1966 - Don Cookman, defensive tackle 1965 - Allen McCune, quarterback 1964 - Don Young, defensive guard 1963 - Bernie Carney, offensive tackle 1962 - Frank Sirianni, tackle

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1961 - Roger Holdinsky, running back 1960 - Carmen Pomponio, defensive back 1959 - Bill Lopasky, offensive guard

John Russell Award

The parents of former West Virginia tackle John Russell, who died in an automobile accident during his junior year, provide the annual award to the lineman who has demonstrated the “best spirit and leadership on the team.” 2010 - Chris Neild, nose tackle; Joe Madsen, center 2009 – Chris Neild, nose tackle 2008 – Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle 2007 - Keilen Dykes, defensive tackle; Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle 2006 - Dan Mozes, center 2005 - Ernest Hunter, nose tackle; Dan Mozes, center 2004 - Tim Brown, center; Ben Lynch, defensive tackle 2003 - Grant Wiley, linebacker 2002 - Ken Sandor, offensive guard; David Upchurch, defensive tackle 2001 - Lance Nimmo, offensive tackle; David Upchurch, defensive tackle 2000 - Rick Gilliam, center 1999 - Anthony Becht, tight end 1998 - John Thornton, defensive tackle 1997 - Henry Slay, defensive tackle 1996 - Canute Curtis, linebacker 1995 - J.T. Thomas, linebacker 1994 - Tom Robsock, offensive guard 1993 - Scott Gaskins, defensive tackle; Dale Williams, offensive guard 1992 - Lorenzo Styles, offensive guard 1991 - John Ray, offensive tackle; Steve Grant, linebacker 1990 - Dale Wolfley, offensive guard 1989 - Renaldo Turnbull, linebacker 1988 - Kevin Koken, center; Chris Parker, defensive line 1987 - David Grant, middle guard 1986 - Matt Smith, linebacker 1985 - Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle 1984 - Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle 1983 - Steve Hathaway, linebacker 1982 - Darryl Talley, linebacker 1981 - Darryl Talley, linebacker 1980 - Pat Conachan, center 1979 - Jim Himic, offensive guard 1978 - Randy Wepler, offensive tackle 1977 - Clay Singletary, center 1976 - Chuck Smith, defensive tackle 1975 - Ray Marshall, linebacker 1974 - Jeff Merrow, middle guard 1973 - Tom Zakowski, linebacker 1972 - Bob Sims, defensive end 1971 - Tom Zakowski, linebacker 1970 - Charles Fisher, defensive tackle 1969 - Carl Crennel, middle guard 1968 - Baker Brown, linebacker 1967 - Richard Hardison, defensive end

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AWARDS AND HONORS

Gridiron Gladiator Award

The Gridiron Gladiator Award is presented annually to the football player who exemplifies the dedication, hard work and desire set forth by the WVU coaching staff. 2010 - Tavon Austin, receiver; Scooter Berry, defensive tackle; Pat Lazear, linebacker; Anthony Leonard, linebacker; Robert Sands – safety; Geno Smith – quarterback; J.T. Thomas, linebacker 2009 - Don Barclay, offensive tackle; Selvish Capers, offensive tackle; Brandon Hogan, cornerback; Josh Jenkins, offensive guard; Eric Jobe, offensive guard; Joe Madsen, offensive center; Julian Miller, defensive end; J.T. Thomas, linebacker and Robert Sands, safety. 2008 – Ellis Lankster, defensive back; Scooter Berry, defensive tackle; Dorrell Jalloh – wide receiver 2007 - Johnny Dingle, defensive tackle; Bobby Hathaway, linebacker; Vaughn Rivers, defensive back, Mike Villagrana, tight end 2006 - Kevin McLee, linebacker; Marc Magro, linebacker; Jeremy Sheffey, offensive guard; Ryan Stancheck, offensive guard 2005 - Kevin McLee, linebacker; Owen Schmitt, running back; Jeremy Sheffey, offensive guard 2004 - Adam Jones, defensive back; Dan Mozes, offensive guard 2003 - Jeff Berk, offensive tackle 2002 - Angel Estrada, defensive back; Zack Dillow, center; Ben Collins, linebacker 2001 - Zack Dillow, center; Angel Estrada, rover 2000 - Shawn Hackett, defensive back; Rick Sherrod, defensive back; Grant Wiley, linebacker 1999 - Barrett Green, linebacker 1998 - Shawn Foreman, wide receiver; Barrett Green, linebacker; Gary Stills, linebacker 1997 - Bob Baum, defensive end; Shawn Foreman, wide receiver; Gary Stills, linebacker 1996 - Mike Logan, defensive back; Bernard Russ, linebacker; Vann Washington, defensive back 1995 - Kantroy Barber, fullback 1994 - Barry Hawkins, defensive tackle; Steven Perkins, defensive end 1993 - Tim Brown, linebacker; Jake Kelchner, quarterback; Wes Richardson, linebacker 1992 - Rick Dolly, defensive tackle 1991 - Steve Grant, linebacker; Jim Gray, defensive tackle; Adrian Murrell, running back 1990 - Steve Grant, linebacker 1989 - Mike Fox, defensive tackle; Scott Parker, offensive guard 1988 - Chris Haering, linebacker; Bo Orlando, defensive back; Brian Smider, offensive tackle 1987 - Dale Jackson, linebacker 1986 - Matt Smith, linebacker 1985 - Derek Christian, linebacker 1984 - Ron Wolfley, running back 1983 - Steve Hathaway, linebacker 1982 - Tim Agee, defensive back 1981 - Jeff Seals, linebacker

2005 - Phil Brady, punter; Anthony Mims, defensive back 2004 - Garin Justice, offensive tackle; Jerry White, defensive back 2003 - Moe Fofana, fullback; Lance Frazier, defensive back 2002 - Lance Frazier, defensive back; Tim Love, defensive end; Derrick Smith, wide receiver 2001 - Seth Abraham, wide receiver; Corey McIntyre, linebacker 2000 - David Upchurch, defensive tackle; Matt Wilson, offensive tackle 1999 - John Conte, offensive center; Rick Oleyar, long snapper 1998 - Randy Dunnigan, offensive guard; Kevin Landolt, defensive end 1997 - Steve Lippe, linebacker 1996 - Rahsaan Vanterpool, wide receiver 1995 - Matt McCulty, wide receiver 1994 - Harold Kidd, defensive back 1993 - Darren Studstill, quarterback 1992 - Rich Braham, offensive tackle; Ed Hill, wide receiver 1991 - Joe Ayuso, offensive guard 1990 - E.J. Wheeler, linebacker 1990 - Larry Cook, offensive guard 1989 - Jeff Price, center 1988 - Undra Johnson, running back 1987 - John Stroia, offensive guard 1986 - Jeff Lucas, defensive line 1982 - Curt Cignetti, quarterback 1983 - Rob Schellhaas, offensive guard 1984 - Dave Preston, linebacker 1985 - Tommy Gray, running back

A.C. (Whitey) Gwynne Award

The A.C. (Whitey) Gwynne Award, named in honor of the late WVU athletic trainer, is bestowed upon the player whose attitude, effort and spirit provide an outstanding unsung contribution to the success of the team. 2010 – Sidney Glover, safety; Jeremy Kash, holder 2009 – Alric Arnett, wide receiver; Tyler Urban, tight end 2008 – J.T. Thomas, linebacker; Adam Hughes, long snapper; Alric Arnett – wide receiver 2007 – Adam Bednarik, quarterback/wide receiver; Ridwan Malik – defensive back 2006 - Owen Schmitt, fullback; Warren Young, defensive tackle

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Louis D. Meisel Award

Ideal Mountaineer Award

2015 – Cody Clay, tight end/fullback 2014 – Nick Kindler, offensive line 2013 – Ryan Nehlen, wide receiver 2012 – Casey Vance, linebacker’ 2011 – Chris Neild, defensive line 2010 – Max Anderson, fullback 2009 – Eric Jobe, center 2008 – Reed Williams, linebacker 2007 – Tito Gonzales, linebacker 2006 - Jay Henry, linebacker 2005 - Mike Lorello, defensive back 2004 - Scott Fleming, long snapper 2003 - Todd James, punter 2002 - A.J. Nastasi, wide receiver 2001 - Brad Knell, offensive guard 2000 - Tanner Russell, offensive tackle 1999 - Greg Robinette, defensive tackle 1998 - Eric de Groh, center 1997 - Steve Lippe, linebacker 1996 - Chad Johnston, quarterback 1995 - Joe DeLong, offensive tackle 1994 - Matt Taffoni, linebacker 1993 - Joe Pabian, defensive tackle 1992 - Mike Compton, center 1991 - Alex Shook, tight end 1990 - Matt Bland, center 1989 - Chris Haering, linebacker 1988 - John Stroia, offensive guard 1987 - Mike Timko, quarterback 1986 - John Moses, defensive tackle 1985 - Derek Christian, linebacker 1984 - Tom Bowman, running back 1983 - Jeff Hostetler, quarterback 1982 - Curt Cignetti, quarterback 1981 - Oliver Luck, quarterback 1980 - Chuck Gambill, offensive guard 1979 - Jack Palmer, center 1978 - Jeff Macerelli, linebacker 1977 - Danny Williams, quarterback 1976 - Tom Loadman, quarterback 1975 - Dave Wilcher, offensive guard 1974 - John Spraggins, defensive end 1973 - Danny Larcamp, offensive tackle 1972 - Gerald Schultze, center 1971 - Kim West, quarterback/punter 1970 - John Houghton, offensive tackle 1969 - Eddie Silverio, running back 1968 - Bob Zambo, end 1967 - Mike Fewell, offensive guard 1966 - Wayne Vassalotti, center 1965 - Jim Harris, tight end 1964 - Don Young, defensive guard 1963 - Bill Fleming, running back 1962 - John Skinner, center 1961 - Dale Evans, quarterback 1960 - Dave Hess, end 1959 - Joe Wirth, center

2010 – Don Barclay, tackle; Will Johnson, tight end; Julian Miller, defensive end; Keith Tandy, Cornerback; Tyler Urban, tight end 2009 – Jarrett Brown, quarterback 2008 – Chris Neild, nose tackle, Tito Gonzales, wide receiver; Mike Dent, center; Mortty Ivy, linebacker 2007 – Greg Isander, offensive guard; Dorrell Jalloh, wide receiver; Larry Williams, defensive back; Reed Williams, linebacker 2006 - Pat Liebig, defensive tackle; Travis McClintic, holder; Brandon Myles, wide receiver; Reed Williams, linebacker 2005 - Jahmile Addae, defensive back; Jay Henry, linebacker; Marc Magro, linebacker; George Shehl, holder 2004 - Charles Hales, quarterback/wide receiver; Mike Lorello, defensive back; Anthony Mims, defensive back; John Pennington, wide receiver 2003 - Rasheed Marshall, quarterback; John Pennington, wide receiver 2002 - Brian King, defensive back; Rasheed Marshall, quarterback; Grant Wiley, linebacker; Quincy Wilson, running back 2001 - Brad Knell, offensive guard; Antwan Lake, defensive tackle; Grant Wiley, linebacker 2000 - Kyle Kayden, linebacker; Tanner Russell, offensive tackle 1999 - Marc Bulger, quarterback; Boo Sensabaugh, defensive back; Scooter Davis, defensive back 1998 - Charlton Forbes, defensive tackle; Shawn Foreman, wide receiver 1997 - John Thornton, defensive tackle; Jason Williams, linebacker; Eric de Groh, center; Bryan Pukenas, offensive guard 1996 - Chad Johnston, quarterback; Elige Longino, linebacker 1995 - Canute Curtis, linebacker; Jimmy Gary, running back 1994 - Charles Emanuel, defensive back; Chad Johnston, quarterback; David Mayfield, defensive back 1993 - David Mayfield, defensive back; Nate Rine, tight end; Matt Taffoni, linebacker 1992 - Mike Compton, center; Rick Dolly, defensive tackle 1991 - Alex Shook, tight end; Tim Newsom, defensive back 1990 - Mike Compton, center; Gary Tillis, defensive tackle 1989 - Jack Linn, offensive tackle; Scott Summits, defensive tackle 1988 - Robert Pickett, linebacker; Rick Phillips, offensive tackle 1987 - Rick Phillips, offensive tackle; Bo Orlando, defensive back 1986 - Jeff Lucas, defensive tackle; John Barton, offensive guard 1985 - Chuck Jolliffe, offensive guard; Van Richardson, linebacker 1984 - Dave DeJarnett, offensive tackle; Rich Rodriguez, defensive back 1983 - Jeff Hostetler, quarterback; Steve Newberry, defensive back

The Louis D. Meisel Award is presented by the WVU Alumni Association to the senior football letterman with the highest academic average. The award was renamed in 1973 from the 1928 Team Award when Louis Meisel, a member of the 1928 team and organizer of the award, died.

The Ideal Mountaineer exhibits the characteristics expected of a West Virginia football player -- a positive attitude, solid academic standing, outstanding leadership, perseverance on the field, outstanding athletic achievement and good citizenship.

Scott Shirley Award

The award is presented to the special teams player of the year in memory of Coach Scott Shirley, who passed away unexpectedly in 1989. 2010 – Gregg Pugnetti, punter 2009 – Scott Kozlowski, punter 2008 – Pat McAfee, kicker/punter 2007 – Pat McAfee, kicker/punter 2006 - Pat McAfee, kicker/punter 2005 - Thandi Smith, defensive back 2004 - Scott Fleming, long snapper 2003 - Todd James, punter 2002 - James Davis, linebacker 2001 - Brenden Rauh, kicker 2000 - Phil Braxton, wide receiver 1999 - Jay Taylor, kicker 1998 - Charles Fisher, defensive back 1997 - K.C. Schiller, linebacker

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1996 - Steve Lippe, linebacker 1995 - Rob Keys, defensive back 1994 - Todd Sauerbrun, punter 1993 - Keith Taparausky, defensive back 1993 - Todd Sauerbrun, punter 1993 - Mike Logan, kickoff returner 1992 - Mark Ulmer, long snapper 1992 - Todd Sauerbrun, punter 1991 - Mark Ulmer, long snapper 1990 - Greg Hertzog, punter 1989 - Ted Kester, linebacker 1989 - Brad Carroll, place-kicker 1989 - Roger Dixon, linebacker 1988 - Charlie Baumann, place-kicker

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Ed Pastilong MVP Award

This award is given to the Mountaineers top player(s) each season 2015 – Jared Barber, linebacker; Cody Clay, tight end 2014 – Mark Glowinski, offensive line; Wes Tonkery, linebacker 2013 – Pat Eger, offensive line; Will Clarke, defensive line 2012 – Tavon Austin, wide receiver; Jeff Braun, offensive line 2011 – Keith Tandy, cornerback; Najee Goode, linebacker

Most Valuable Player

This award is voted on by the Mountaineer players each year. 2015 – Offensive MVP – Wendell Smallwood, running back Defensive MVP – Nick Kwiatkoski, linebacker Special Teams MVP – Nick O’Toole, punter 2014 – Offensive MVP – Kevin White, wide receiver Defensive MVP – Nick Kwiatkoski, linebacker Special Teams MVP – Josh Lambert, kicker 2013 – Offensive MVP – Charles Sims, running back Defensive MVP – Darwin Cook, safety Special Teams MVP – John DePalma, long snapper 2012 – Offensive MVP – Geno Smith, quarterback Defensive MVP – Karl Joseph, safety Special Teams MVP – Tavon Austin, kick/punt returner 2011 – Offensive MVP – Tavon Austin, wide receiver Defensive MVP – Najee Goode, linebacker Special Teams MVP – Cody Nutter, Long Snapper 2010 – Offensive MVP – Jock Sanders, wide receiver; Defensive MVP – Brandon Hogan, cornerback; Chris Neild, nose tackle 2009 – Co-Offensive MVP: Noel Devine, running back; Jock Sanders, wide receiver Defensive - Reed Williams, linebacker 2008 – Pat White, quarterback 2007 – Pat White, quarterback 2006 - Steve Slaton, running back; Pat White, quarterback 2005 - Mike Lorello, defensive back 2004 - Rasheed Marshall, quarterback 2003 - Grant Wiley, linebacker; Quincy Wilson, running back 2002 - Avon Cobourne, running back 2001 - Avon Cobourne, running back 2000 - Khori Ivy, wide receiver 1999 - Barrett Green, linebacker 1999 - Anthony Becht, tight end 1998 - Marc Bulger, quarterback 1997 - Amos Zereoue, running back 1996 - Canute Curtis, linebacker 1995 - Aaron Beasley, defensive back 1995 - Lovett Purnell, tight end 1994 - Zach Abraham, wide receiver 1993 - Rich Braham, offensive tackle 1992 - Adrian Murrell, running back 1991 - Steve Grant, linebacker 1990 - Steve Grant, linebacker 1989 - Major Harris, quarterback 1988 - Major Harris, quarterback 1987 - Major Harris, quarterback 1986 - Matt Smith, linebacker 1985 - Derek Christian, linebacker 1984 - Willie Drewrey, wide receiver 1983 - Jeff Hostetler, quarterback 1982 - Darryl Talley, linebacker 1981 - Oliver Luck, quarterback 1980 - Oliver Luck, quarterback


AWARDS AND HONORS

Coaches Contribution Award

Tom Nickolich Memorial Award

2002 - Phil Braxton, wide receiver 2002 - Jason Davis, defensive end 2002 - A.J. Nastasi, wide receiver 2002 - Jermaine Thaxton, defensive back 2003 - Scott Gyorko, linebacker 2003 - James Woodruff, defensive back 2004 - Charles Hales, quarterback/wide receiver 2004 - Adam Lehnortt, linebacker 2004 - Marc Magro, linebacker 2004 - Rasheed Marshall, quarterback 2005 - Keilen Dykes, defensive tackle; Antonio Lewis, defensive back/punt returner; Tim Lindsey, long snapper; Brandon Myles, wide receiver; Steve Slaton, running back; Patrick White, quarterback; Eric Wicks, defensive back 2006 - Rayshawn Bolden, wide receiver; Jason Colson, running back; Justin Knapp, linebacker; Brad Palmer, tight end; Vaughn Rivers, defensive back; Eric Wicks, defensive back 2007 – Mike Dent, center; Tito Gonzales – wide receiver; Adam Hughes, long snapper; Morrty Ivy, linebacker; Antonio Lewis – defensive back; Ryan Mundy – defensive back; Darius Reynaud – wide receiver; Steve Slaton, running back; Eric Wicks – defensive back

Danny Van Etten Award

This rookie of the year award was renamed in 1997 for Danny Van Etten, a promising freshman offensive lineman, who was killed in an automobile accident that year. It is presented annually by the coaching staff to the most outstanding players on WVU’s scout teams. 2010 – Bruce Irvin, defensive end 2009 – Ryan Clarke, fullback 2008 – Tyler Urban, tight end 2007 – Noel Devine, running back; Tom Contraguerro – special teams; John Hafferty offensive line; Jim Lewis, linebacker; Julian Miller, defensive line; Mike Poitier, running back 2006 - Scooter Berry, defensive tackle; Markell Harrison, quarterback; Marcus Law, defensive back; Anthony Leonard, linebacker; Sam Morrone, tight end; Michael Poitier, defensive back; Tommy Spurlock, running back; J.T. Thomas, linebacker 2005 - Ovid Goulbourne, James Ingram, Justin Knapp, Sam Morrone, Michael Poitier, Nate Sowers 2004 - Mortty Ivy, Ryan Stanchek 2003 - Eddie Jackson, Justin Knapp, Zac Napier, Larry Williams, Andrae Wright 2002 - Jason Colson, Jay Henry, Dan Mozes, Craig Wlson, Bryan Wright 2001 - Josh Bailey, Ernest Hunter, Jeff Noechel, Pat Morrison, Josh Stewart 2000 - Adam King, Josh Tetrick 1999 - Grant Wiley, Nick Sparks 1998 - Sean Berton, Jeremy Knapp, Howard Nix 1997 - David Carter, Bryan Halper, Josh McMillen 1996 - Sean Lynch, Rick Gilliam 1995 - Ryan Brady, Barrett Green, Mark Plants, Boo Sensabaugh 1994 - Eric de Groh, Steve Ford 1993 - Henry Slay, Leroy White 1992 - Mondray Outland, Jahn Tiger, Bryan Washington 1991 - Jeff Patrick, Tim Brown 1990 - Johnathan Allen, Keith Taparausky, Barry Hawkins 1989 - Steve Redd, Darren Studstill 1988 - Lee Javins, Garrett Ford, Carl Hayes 1987 - Tim Williams, Darrell Whitmore 1986 - Major Harris, Theron Ellis 1985 - Mike Fox, Chris Wallace 1984 - Craig Taylor, Vince Mehalko 1983 - John Gay, Brad Hunt 1982 - Larry McKellar, Gary Pounds 1981 - Dan Thistlewaite, Dwayne Barnes 1980 - Ed Fornadel, Brad Minetree

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This award is presented annually by the Blue and Gold News to a walk-on member of the Mountaineer football team who has distinguished himself with his attitude and work ethic. The award is presented in memory of Tom Nickolich, a former WVU player (1979-82) who died of cancer in 1983. The winner is selected by the WVU coaching staff following each spring practice. 2016 – Jon Lewis, defensive line 2015 – Justin Arndt, linebacker 2014 – Mike Calicchio, offensive line 2013 – Connor Arlia, wide receiver 2012 – Tyler Anderson, linebacker 2011 – Ryan Nehlen, wide receiver 2010 – Matt Lindamood, fullback 2009 – Joshua Taylor, defensive tackle 2008 – Adam Hughes, long snapper 2007 - Andy Emery, linebacker 2006 - Tim Lindsey, long snapper 2005 - George Shehl, holder/defensive back 2004 - Jeff Noechel, linebacker 2003 - John Pennington, wide receiver 2002 - Moe Fofana, running back 2001 - Jeremy Knapp, tight end 2000 - Ben Collins, defensive back 1999 - Bryan Lorenz, linebacker 1998 - Mark Corman, tight end 1997 - David Lightcap, defensive back 1996 - Matt Ceresa, offensive tackle 1995 - Rob Keys, defensive back 1994 - Randy Fulmore, defensive back 1993 - Matt McCulty, wide receiver 1992 - Ray Wilcox, linebacker 1991 - Keith Taparausky, running back

Curtis Jones Jr. Award

This award is presented annually to the Mountaineer football player who demonstrates excellence in all facets of his collegiate career, including academics, athletics and community service. The award is presented in honor of the late Curtis Jones Jr., associate athletic director for academic support at WVU, who died suddenly in September 2013. 2015 – Terrell Chestnut, cornerback 2014 – Jared Barber, linebacker 2013 – Wes Tonkery, linebacker

All-Time Teams

The WVU All-Time Committee is composed of John Antonik, Tony Caridi, Garrett Ford Sr., Michael Fragale, Mickey Furfari, Doug Huff, Gary McPherson, Don Nehlen, Jay Redmond, Joe Swan (chair), Dwight Wallace and Craig Walker.

1891-1917 TEAM

Carl “Cheese” Bachmann, back (1911-12); Melville Boyles, back (1910-13); Roscoe Brown, back (1898-1904); Harry Curry, line (191316); Milton Hodges, line (1898-1901); B. Lee Hutchinson, end (190609); George “Dad” Krebs, guard (1895-96); Thomas Leahy, line (190407); Carl “Mike” Leatherwood, back (1912-15); Paul “Petie” Martin, back (1902-05); Charlie McWhorter, quarterback (1898-1901); Richard Nebinger, back (1907-08); C.E. Nethken, guard (1894-98); Emwood Peck, back (1900-02); Lewis “Bull” Smith, back (1898-1901); J.B. “Spig” Webster, tackle (1914-16); Harry “Dad” White, guard (189398); Lawrence “Prep” Yardley, line (1904-07); Louis Yeager, fullback (1896-98); Fielding Harris Yost, tackle (1895-96).

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running back (1965-67); Pete Goimarac, center (1961-63); Gene Heeter, defensive end (1960, 62); George Henshaw, defensive tackle (1967-69); Ken Herock, wide receiver (1960-62); Roger Holdinsky, running back (1959-61); Glenn Holton, running back (1961-63); Ken Juskowich, kicker (1967-68); Chuck Kinder, place-kicker (1963-66); Steve Kush, guard (1963-65); Dick Leftridge, running back (1963-65); John Mallory, defensive back (1965-67); Allen McCune, quarterback (1964-65); Jim Moss, defensive back (1960-62); Oscar Patrick, wide receiver (1967-69); Mickey Plumley, offensive tackle (1967-69); Terry Snively, defensive back (1967-69); William Sullivan, defensive end (1963-65); Joseph Taffoni, nose guard (1964-65); William Winter, tackle (1959-61); Thomas Woodeshick, running back (1960-62).

1919-29 TEAM

Russ Bailey, center (1915-19); Walter Brewster, tackle (1927-28); Carl Davis, tackle (1922-25); Marshall Glenn, back (1927-29); Fred Graham, end (1921-24); Joseph V. Harrick, tackle (1917-21); Philip Hill, center (1921-24); Robert H.C. Kay, guard (1919-21); Clarence Keefer, fullback (1925-28); Clarence Lewis, tackle (1925-28); Walter Mahan, guard (1922-25); Ross McHenry, guard (1924-26); Russ Meredith, tackle (1917-22); Edward Morrison, back (1924-26); Nick Nardacci, back (1921-24); Aaron Oliker, end (1924-26); Ira Rodgers, back (1915-19); Joe Setron, guard (1919-22); Jack Simons, back (1920-23); Charles Tallman, end (1921-23).

1930-39 TEAM

George “Eck” Allen, back (1932-34); Alex Atty, guard (1936-38); Sam Audia, back (1936-38); Al Baisi, tackle (1937-39); Herbert “Babe” Barna, end (1934-36); Ed Bartrug, kicker (1928-30); Harry Clarke, back (1937-39); Richard Dolly, end (1937-39); Tod Goodwin, end (1932-34); Mike Gussie, guard (1937-39); Olan Hedrick, center (1935-37); Bill Karr, end (1930-32); Isaac “Ike” Lewis, guard (1929-31); Emmett “Kelly” Moan, quarterback (1935-37); Floyd “Ben” Schwartzwalder, center (1930-32); Fred Schweitzer, tackle (1930-32); Herbert Stewart, center (1932-34); Joe Stydahar, tackle (1933-35); John “Benny” Thomas, fullback (1932-34); John Vargo, guard/tackle (1932-34); David Volkin, guard (1936-37).

1970-79 TEAM

1940-49 TEAM

Leo Benjamin, center (1941-42, 46-47); Victor Bonfili, back (1945-48); Charlie Boyles, guard (1943, 46-47); Rex Bumgardner, back (194647); Andrew Clark, end (1941-42, 46); Gene Corum, guard (1941-42, 46-47); Charles “Fatty” Harris, tackle (1940-41, 46); Thomas Keane, back (1946-47); Ed Kulakowski, tackle (1941-42, 46-47); Roy Lester, end (1948); Richard McElwee, back (1940-43); Victor Peelish, guard (1940-42, 46); Frank Reno, end (1946-48); Charley Seabright, back (1948-40); John Shonk, back (1939-40); Chester “Chuck” Spelock, end (1941-42, 46-47); Dave Stephenson, center (1948-49); Fred Stuvek, guard (1947-49); Jim Walthall, back (1944, 47-49); Pete Zinaich, back (1946-49).

1980-89 TEAM

1950-59 TEAM

Tom Allman, running back (1951-53); Ralph Anastasio, defensive back (1955-57); Paul Bischoff, wide receiver (1950-52); Bruce Bosley, offensive tackle (1952-55); James Danter, guard (1949-51); Benton Dunkerley, tackle (1951-52); Robert Guenther, guard (1955-57); Bill Hillen, defensive end (1952-54); Chuck Howley, defensive guard (1955-57); Robert “Sam” Huff, defensive tackle (1952-55); Joe Kopnisky, wide receiver (1955-56); Lawrence Krutko, back (1955-57); Gene “Beef” Lamone, offensive guard/defensive tackle (1951-54); Gene Lathey, offensive guard (1954-56); William Lopasky, guard (1958-59); Joe Marconi, running back (1952-55); William Marker, wide receiver (1951-53); Robert Moss, back (1952-55); Joe Nicely, defensive guard (1956-57); Bob Orders, center (1952-53); Gene Simmons, kicker (1948-50); Bob Snider, defensive back (1951-53); Ralph Starkey, offensive tackle (1951-52); Clarence “Jack” Stone, back (1952-53); Raymond Walsh, defensive tackle (1951-53); Fred Wyant, quarterback (1952-55).

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James Braxton, fullback (1968-70); Daniel Buggs, wide receiver (1972-74); Stephen Dunlap, linebacker (1973-75); Steve Earley, offensive guard (1974-76); Dale Farley, linebacker (1968-70); Charles Fisher, defensive tackle (1968-70); Allan Gluchoski, center (1973-75); Robert Gresham, running back (1968-70); Jerry Holmes, defensive back (1978-79); Leon Jenkins, defensive back (1969-71); Steve Lewis, wide receiver (1975-78); Jeffrey Macerelli, linebacker (1975-78); Kerry Marbury, running back (1971-72); Jeffrey Merrow, middle gaurd (1972-74); David Morris, defensive back (1970-72); W. Frank Nester, place-kicker (1971-73); Arthur Owens, running back (1972-75); Thomas Pridemore, defensive back (1975-77); Michael Sherwood, quarterback (1968-70); Charles Smith, defensive tackle (1974-76); Nathaniel Stephens, tight end (1970-72); David Van Halanger, offensive tackle (1973-75); B.C. Williams, offensive guard (1970-71); Andrew “Pete” Wood, running back (1969-71); Thomas Zakowski, linebacker (197173).

Tim Agee, defensive back (1981-83); Robert Alexander, running back (1977-80); Scott Barrows, offensive guard (1982-84); Curt Carion, punter (1978-80); Willie Drewrey, wide receiver (1981-84); Dennis Fowlkes, linebacker (1979-82); Mike Fox, defensive tackle (1986-89); David Grant, defensive tackle (1984-87); Chris Haering, linebacker (1986-89); Major Harris, quarterback (1987-89); Rich Hollins, wide receiver (1981-83); Jeff Hostetler, quarterback (1982-83); Undra Johnson, running back (1985-88); Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle (1982-85); Kevin Koken, center (1985-88); Bill Legg, center (1981-84); Oliver Luck, quarterback (1978-81); Steve Newberry, defensive back (1980-83); Bo Orlando, defensive back (1985-88); Chris Parker, defensive tackle (1985-88); Rick Phillips, offensive guard (1985-88); Reggie Rembert, wide receiver (1988-89); Darryl Talley, linebacker (1979-82); Renaldo Turnbull, linebacker (1987-89); Fulton Walker, defensive back (1977-80); Paul Woodside, place-kicker (1981-84).

1990-99 TEAM

Aaron Beasley, defensive back (1992-95); Anthony Becht, tight end (1996-99); Rich Braham, offensive tackle (1990-93); Marc Bulger, quarterback (1996-99); Mike Collins, defensive back (1990-93); Mike Compton, center (1989-92); Canute Curtis, linebacker (1993-96); Eric de Groh, center (1995-98); Charles Fisher, defensive back (1995-98); Shawn Foreman, wide receiver (1995-98); Steve Grant, linebacker (1988-91); Barrett Green, linebacker (1996-99); James Jett, wide receiver (1989-92); Jake Kelchner, quarterback (1992-93); Mike Logan, defensive back (1993-96); Adrian Murrell, running back (1990-92); Lovett Purnell, tight end (1993-95); Todd Sauerbrun, punter (199194); David Saunders, wide receiver (1995-98); Gary Stills, linebacker (1996-98); Matt Taffoni, linebacker (1991-94); Jay Taylor, kicker


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(1996-99); John Thornton, defensive tackle (1995-98); Robert Walker, running back (1992-95); Darrell Whitmore, defensive back (1988-91); Amos Zereoue, running back (1996-98).

2000-09 TEAM

Jahmile Addae, defensive back (2001-05); Avon Cobourne, running back (1999-2002); Keilen Dykes, defensive tackle (2004-07); Lance Frazier, defensive back (2000-03); Chris Henry, wide receiver (200304); Ernest Hunter, defensive line (2002-05); Khori Ivy, wide receiver (1997-2000); Adam Jones, defensive back/kick returner (2002-04); Garin Justice, offensive line (2002-05); Brian King, defensive back (2000-03); Mike Lorello, defensive back (2002-05); Ben Lynch, defensive line (2001-04); Pat McAfee, kicker/punter (2005-08); Rasheed Marshall, quarterback (2001-04); Dan Mozes, center (2003-06); Ryan Mundy, defensive back (2007); Lance Nimmo, offensive tackle (19992002); Darius Reynaud, wide receiver (2005-07); Owen Schmitt, running back (2005-07); Steve Slaton, running back (2005-07); Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle (2005-08); Pat White, quarterback (200508); Eric Wicks, defensive back (2004-07); Reed Williams, linebacker (2005-09); Grant Wiley, linebacker (2000-03); Quincy Wilson, running back (1999-2003)

2010-19 POOL

Mario Alford, wide receiver (2013-14); Tavon Austin, wide receiver (2009-12); Stedman Bailey, wide receiver (2010-12); Don Barclay, offensive line (2008-11); Scooter Berry, defensive tackle (2007-10); Tyler Bitancurt, kicker/punter (2009-12); Darwin Cook, safety (201013); Will Clarke, defensive end (2010-13); Noel Devine, running back (2007-10); Terence Garvin, defensive back/linebacker (2009-12); Sidney Glover, defensive back (2007-10); Mark Glowinski, offensive guard (2013-14); Najee Goode, linebacker (2008-11); Brandon Hogan, defensive back (2007-10); Bruce Irvin, defensive end (2010-11); Joe Madsen, center (2009-12); Chris Neild, nose tackle (2007-10); Julian Miller, defensive line (2008-11); Shaq Rowell, nose tackle (2012-13); Jock Sanders, wide receiver (2007-10); Robert Sands, safety (200810); Charles Sims, running back (2013); Geno Smith, quarterback (2009-12); Keith Tandy, defensive back (2008-11); J.T. Thomas, linebacker (2007-10); Kevin White, wide receiver (2013-14)

All-Time Victories The All-Time Committee has selected the most outstanding West Virginia victories from the designated eras.

PRE-1930 1898 1911 1917 1919 1919 1922 1923 1924 1924 1928

West Virginia 6, Virginia 0 West Virginia 6, Washington & Jefferson 5 West Virginia 7, Navy 0 West Virginia 7, Washington & Jefferson 0 West Virginia 25, Princeton 0 West Virginia 9, Pitt 6 West Virginia 27, Rutgers 7 West Virginia 21, West Virginia Wesleyan 6 West Virginia 40, Washington & Jefferson 7 West Virginia 9, Pitt 6

1944 1947 1948 1948 1949

West Virginia 28, Penn State 27 West Virginia 17, Pitt 2 West Virginia 35, South Carolina 12 West Virginia 16, Maryland 14 West Virginia 21, Texas Western 12

1950-1969 1952 West Virginia 16, Pitt 0 1953 West Virginia 20, Penn State 19 1954 West Virginia 19, Penn State 14 1954 West Virginia 26, South Carolina 6 1959 West Virginia 23, Pitt 15 1961 West Virginia 7, Army 3 1961 West Virginia 20, Pitt 6 1962 West Virginia 17, Syracuse 6 1964 West Virginia 28, Syracuse 27 1965 West Virginia 63, Pitt 48 1969 West Virginia 14, South Carolina 3

1970-1989 1975 1975 1981 1982 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1988 1988

West Virginia 28, California 10 West Virginia 17, Pitt 14 West Virginia 26, Florida 6 West Virginia 41, Oklahoma 27 West Virginia 24, Pitt 21 West Virginia 31, Maryland 21 West Virginia 27, Boston College 17 West Virginia 17, Penn State 14 West Virginia 21, Boston College 20 West Virginia 31, TCU 14 West Virginia 51, Penn State 30 West Virginia 31, Syracuse 9

1990-2009 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1997 1998 2000 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009

West Virginia 43, Syracuse 0 West Virginia 17, Miami 14 West Virginia 17, Boston College 14 West Virginia 47, Pitt 41 West Virginia 21, Boston College 20 West Virginia 30, Virginia Tech 17 West Virginia 35, Syracuse 28 West Virginia 49, Mississippi 38 West Virginia 21, Virginia Tech 18 West Virginia 24, Pitt 17 West Virginia 28, Virginia Tech 7 West Virginia 52, Pitt 31 West Virginia 19, Maryland 16 OT West Virginia 46, Louisville 44 3OT West Virginia 38, Georgia 35 West Virginia 41, Rutgers 39 3OT West Virginia 38, Georgia Tech 35 West Virginia 48, Oklahoma 28 West Virginia 31, North Carolina 30 West Virginia 19, Pitt 16

1930-1949

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1930 1938 1940 1942 1942

2010 2010 2012 2012 2012 2014

West Virginia 23, Kansas State 7 West Virginia 7, Texas Tech 6 West Virginia 9, Kentucky 7 West Virginia 13, South Carolina 0 West Virginia 24, Penn State 0

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ANTHONY, Frank (Southern Cal, ‘30) - Assistant, 1934-38 BARNETTE, Quentin (West Virginia, ‘43) - Freshmen, 1951-59 BARNUM, Leonard (West Virginia Wesleyan, ‘39) - Freshmen, 1948; Backfield, 1947 BATES, Jim (Tennessee, ‘68) - Defensive Secondary, 1977 BATTERSHELL, Carl (Bowling Green, ‘70) - Offensive Line, 1980-82 BEATTY, Chris (East Tennessee State, ’95) – Running Backs/Slot Receivers, 2008-10 BEDENBAUGH, Bill (Iowa Wesleyan, ’95) – Offensive Line, 2011-12 BELL, Richard (Arkansas, ‘58) - Defensive Coordinator, 1968-69 BIRD, Steve (Eastern Kentucky, ‘83) - Wide Receivers, 2001-04 BOWDEN, Bobby (Samford, ‘52) - Offensive Coordinator, 1966-69 BOWERS, Doug (West Virginia, ‘24) - Assistant, 1924 BRADLEY, Tom (Penn State, ’78) – Senior Associate Head Coach/Defensive Line, 2014 BRICKELS, John L. (Whittenberg, ‘30) - Chief Assistant, 1944 BROWN, Bobby (William & Mary, ‘59) - Defensive Interior Line, 1969 BROWN, Dennis (Michigan, ‘69) - Assistant Head Coach, 1987; Defensive Coordinator, 1980-87 BROWN, Robert (Davis & Elkins, ‘30) - Assistant, 1946 BRUMBAUGH, Carl (Florida, ‘31) - Assistant, 1935 BRUNER, Jerry (Florida State, ‘64) - Offensive Line, 1970-75 BUCKLEY, Hayden (Ohio Wesleyan, ‘52) - Defensive Coordinator, 1971-72; Offensive Coordinator, 1970; Defensive Backs, 1966-69 CARLSON, Jules (Oregon State, ‘28) - Assistant, 1939 CARNELLY, Ray (Carnegie Tech, ‘38) - Freshman, 1940-41; Backfield, 1942-43 CASTEEL, Jeff (California, Pa, ‘84) - Defensive Line, 2001-02; co-Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, 2002; Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, 2003-11 CHANCEY, Ralph (Tennessee, ‘49) - Defense, 1964-65 CIGNETTI, Frank (Indiana, Pa., ‘60) - Offensive Coordinator, 1971-75; Receivers, 1970 COGDELL, Damon (West Virginia, ’99) – Defensive Line, 2014; Assistant Defensive Line, 2015 CONDIT, Merlyn (Carnegie Tech, ‘37) - Backs, 1948 CORUM, Gene (West Virginia, ‘48) - Ends, 1951-59 CRANE, Russ (Illinois, ‘30) - Offensive Line, 1964-65; Defensive Line, 1952-63 CROOK, Ron (West Liberty State, ’91) – Offensive Line, 2013-15 DANIELS, Joe (Slippery Rock, ‘64) - Quarterbacks, 1978-79 DAWSON, Shannon (Wingate, ’00) – Inside Receivers, 2011; Receivers, 201214 DEFOREST, Joe (Louisiana, ’87) – Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safeties, 2012; Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coach, 2013-14; Safeties/Special Teams, 2015 DEWS, Tony (Liberty, ’96) – Wide Receivers, 2007 DONALDSON, Charles (West Virginia, ‘55) - Offensive Line, 1957-65; Freshmen, 1955-56 DUNLAP, Steve (West Virginia, ‘76) - Defensive Coordinator, 1991-2000; Linebackers, 1993-2000; Defensive Secondary, 1987-92; Inside Linebackers, 1984-86; Assistant Head Coach/Safeties, 2008-11; Defensive Special Teams, 2010-11; Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Linebackers, 2012

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EKBERG, Gus (West Virginia, ‘25) - Assistant, 1925-27 ELLIS, Glennis H. (West Virginia, ‘41) - Backfield, 1942-46 ELMASSIAN, Phil (William & Mary, ‘74) - Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs, 2001 ELSON, David (Butler, ‘94) - Safeties, 2003 EVANS, Dale (West Virginia, ‘61) - Freshmen, 1967-69 FEDEROVITCH, Frank (West Virginia, ‘54) - Offensive Line, 1960-61; Freshmen, 1958-59 FLIGG, Jack (Oglethorpe, ‘54) - Offensive Line, 1966-69 FORD, Garrett Sr. (West Virginia, ‘69) - Junior Varsity, 1977; Receivers, 1976, 1971; Running Backs, 1972-75; Chief Scout, 1970 FREY, Greg (Florida State, ’96) – Offensive Line, 2007 FULLER, Myron (Yale, ‘11) - Assistant, 1919 GALLOWAY, Lonnie (Western Carolina, ’94) – Wide Receivers, 2008-10, 13-15 GIBBS, Alex (Davidson, ‘63) - Defensive Secondary, 1973-74 GIBSON, Gene (Cincinnati, ‘51) - Defensive Backfield, 1958-59 GIBSON, Tony (Glenville State, ‘94) - Defensive Backs, 2001-07, Safeties, 2013, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, 2014-15 GILLESPIE, Jim (Virginia Military, ‘60) - Defensive Line, 1970-72 GILLESPIE, Robert (Florida, ’05) – Running Backs, 2011-12 GLENN, Marshall “Little Sleepy” (West Virginia, ‘30) - Freshmen, 1934-36 GOSNEY, Harry “Woody” (Virginia Tech, ‘40) - Line, 1943 GRAHAM, Fred (West Virginia, ‘25) - Assistant, 1925 GRAHAM, Todd (East Central University, ‘86) - Linebackers, 2001-02; Defensive Recruiting Coordinator, 2001-02; co-Defensive Coordinator, 2002; Safeties, 2002. HALL, Galen (Penn State, ‘62) - Offensive Backfield, 1964-65 HAND, Herb (Hamilton, ‘90) - Tight Ends, 2001-06; Recruiting Coordinator, 2001-06 HARRICK, Stephen (West Virginia, ‘22) - Assistant, 1931 HARRIS, James (Notre Dame, ‘33) - Line, 1946-47 HAWKINS, Robert (West Virginia, ‘23) - Assistant, 1923 HAZELL, Darrell (Muskingum, ‘86) B Running Backs, 1999-2000 HENRY, Jack (Indiana, Pa., ‘69) - Offensive Line, 1978-79 HENSHAW, George (West Virginia, ‘69) - Defensive Line, 1973-75; Junior Varsity, 1972 HICKS, Bill (Baylor, ‘62) - Defensive Interior Line, 1966-68 HICKS, Joel (West Virginia, ‘64) - Offensive Head Coach, 1978-79; Offensive Backs, 1976-77 HILL, L.P. (Davis & Elkins, ‘30) - Freshmen, 1937-39 HIRSCHBERG, Edward (Pitt, ‘31) - First Assistant, 1940-41 HOLLIDAY, Doc (West Virginia, ‘79) - Assistant Head Coach, 1995-99; Wide Receivers, 1983-89, 1993-99; Inside Linebackers, 1990-92; Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Fullbacks/Tight Ends, 2008-09 HOLMES, Jerry (West Virginia, ‘80) - Defensive Backs, 1995-1998 HOLTON, Larry (Iowa State, ‘70) - Running Backs, 1992-94 HOWARD, Andrew - First WVU assistant coach, 1895 HOWELL, Irvin (West Virginia Wesleyan, ‘35) - Chief Scout, 1946-49 HUGHES, Jerry (Tennessee, ‘68) - Defensive Ends, 1991-92 HUGGINS, Jim (South Carolina, ‘65) - Offensive Backfield, 1970-71 HUNTER, Hal (Pitt, ‘56) - Offensive Line, 1962-63


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INMAN, Dick (Georgia Tech, ‘54) - Defensive Coordinator, 1966-67 JACOBS, Mike (Wittenburg, ‘72) - Offensive Coordinator, 1988-94; Offensive Interior Line, 1980-94 JACQUES, Russ (Bowling Green, ‘67) - Offensive Coordinator, 1983-84; Quarterbacks, 1982-84; Offensive Backfield, 1980-81 JOHNSON, Dave (West Virginia, ’85) – Offensive Line, 2008-10 JONES, Lyle “Butch” (Ferris State, ‘90) - Wide Receivers, 2005-06 JORDON, John Zachariah “J.Z.” (Dartmouth, ‘20) - Assistant, 1921 KAY, Robert (West Virginia, ‘22) - Assistant, 1922 KELCEL, Rob (West Virginia, ‘25) - Assistant, 1926-27 KIRELAWICH, Bill (Salem, ‘70) - Defensive Line, 1980-87, 1991-2000, 2003-11; Outside Linebackers, 1988-90 KLAUSING, Chuck (Slippery Rock, ‘48) - Assistant Head Coach, 1970-75; Defensive Coordinator, 1973-75 KRASULA, Paul (Miami, Ohio, ‘67) - Running Backs, 1982-85 KURTH. Frank (Ball State, ‘84) - Wide Receivers, 2000 KUTZ, Frank (Pitt, ‘36) - Guards, 1940-41; Line, 1942 LAHAR, Harold (Oklahoma, ‘41) - Line, 1950-51 LANHAM, Ward (West Virginia Wesleyan, ‘15) - Assistant, 1920; Freshmen, 1921-24 LEGG, Bill (West Virginia, ‘87) - Offensive Coordinator, 2000; Offensive Interior Line, 1995-2000 LEWIS, Will (Millersville, ‘80) - Defensive Secondary, 1995 LOCKWOOD, David (West Virginia, ‘89) - Defensive Backs, 2000-01; Cornerbacks, 2008-11 MAGEE, Calvin (Southern University/South Florida, ‘90) - Running Backs, 2001-04; offensive coordinator/running backs, 2004-07 MAHAN, Walter “Red” (West Virginia, ‘26) - Assistant, 1928-31 MARTIN, Homer (West Virginia, ‘23) - Assistant, 1923; Freshmen, 1928 McCONNELL, Bill (Kent State, ‘67) - Defensive Secondary, 1980-83 McHENRY, Ross (West Virginia, ‘27) - Assistant, 1928 McINTIRE, Mont M. (West Virginia, ‘09) - Assistant, 1909 McMICHAEL, Dave (Bowling Green, ‘74) - Offensive Exterior Line, 1983-2000, Tight Ends/Offensive Special Teams, 2010 MEISEL, Louis (West Virginia, ‘29) - Assistant, 1929-30 MELLACE, Robert (West Virginia, ‘41) - Ends, 1942 MEREDITH, Russell (West Virginia, ‘23) - Assistant, 1925-27 MITCHELL, Brian (BYU, ’95) – Cornerbacks, 2013-15 MORAN, Paul (Central Connecticut State, ‘68) - Defensive Ends, 1976-77; Receivers, 1975 MULLEN, Jeff (Wittenberg, ’90) – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, 20082010 MYERS, Dennis (Iowa, ‘30) - Assistant, 1932-33 NARRICK, Emil (Pitt, 40) - Backfield, 1941; Assistant, 1946 NELLY, H.M. (West Point, ‘03) - Assistant Head Coach, 1911 NICKSICK, Michael (Pitt, 36) - Backfield, 1940-41 PALM, Myron “Michael” (Penn State, ‘24) - Assistant, 1934 PATTERSON, Keith (East Central, ’86) – Co-Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, 2012; Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers, 2013 PATTON, Bob (Clemson, ‘51) - Defensive Line, 1964-65 PATTON, Lee (Arizona State, ‘27) - Freshmen, 1946-48; Chief Assistant, 1945 PENDRY, Joe (West Virginia, ‘68) - Offensive Coordinator, 1976-77; Offensive Line, 1974; Receivers, 1972-73 PIERCE, Tony (Gettysburg, ‘83) - Running Backs, 1997-98; Defensive Backs, 1999 RADER, Dick (West Virginia, ‘67) - Offensive Coordinator, 1979; Wide Receivers, 1978 RAGLAND, Jimmy (Tennessee Tech, ‘63) - Chief Scout, 1967-69 RANDOLPH, Paul (Tennessee-Martin, ‘90) - Defensive Line, 2002 RAMSEY, Kevin (Indiana State, ‘84) - Defensive Secondary, 1993-94 ROBERTS, Daron (Texas, ’01) – Wide Receivers/Special Teams – Returners, 2011; Cornerbacks, 2012

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ROBINSON, Desmond (Pitt, ‘78) - Running Backs, 1991, 1995-96; Defensive Line, 1988-90 RODGERS, Ira Errett (West Virginia, ‘20) - Backfield, 1940-42; Scout, 1941-42; Advisory Coach and Scout, 1948; Chief Assistant, 1946 SABAN, Nick (Kent State, ‘73) - Defensive Secondary, 1978-79 SAWYERS, Harold (Miami, Ohio, ‘51) - Backfield, 1954-55 SCOTT, Mark (Hillsdale, ’07) – Defense/Special Teams, 2015 SEIDER, Ja’Juan (West Virginia, ’00) – Running Backs, 2013-15 SETRON, Joseph (West Virginia, ‘23) - Freshmen, 1925-27 SHAW, Bob (Clarion, ‘53) - Assistant Head Coach, 1991-92; Defensive Coordinator, 1988-90 SHELTON, Kemper (West Virginia, ‘08) - Assistant, 1919 SHOCKEY, Ed (Kings, ‘40) - Freshmen, 1960-65; Backfield, 1951-59 SHONK, John (West Virginia, ‘41) - Ends, 1947-49 SIMMONS, Bob (Bowling Green, ‘71) - Outside Linebackers, 1980-87 SIMRELL, Dan (Toledo, ‘66) - Offensive Coordinator, 1995-99; Quarterbacks, 1991-99; Receivers, 1991-93 SLAUGHTER, Erik (Tarleton State, ’90) – Defensive Line, 2012-13 SMITH, Rod (Glenville State, ’97) – Quarterbacks, 2007 SNYDER, Bob (Ohio, ‘56) - Backfield, 1956-57 SPAVITAL, Jake (Missouri State, ’08) – Quarterbacks, 2011-12 SPELOCK, Chester (West Virginia, ‘48) - Freshman Backs, 1948 STEVENS, Gary (John Carroll, ‘65) - Wide Receivers and Tight Ends, 1979; Defensive Coordinator, 1977-78; Defensive Line, 1976 STEWART, Bill (Fairmont State, ‘75) - Quarterbacks, 2000-06; Special Teams Coordinator, 2001-07; Associate Head Coach/Tight Ends, 2007 TALL, Bruce (Ohio Wesleyan, ‘82) - Safeties, 2003-07; Defensive Line, 2015 TALLMAN, Charles “Trusty” (West Virginia, ‘24) - Assistant, 1924; Freshmen, 1929-33 TAYLOR, Marshall (Tennessee Tech, ‘55) - Receivers, 1966-69 TIPPETT, Howard (East Tennessee State, ‘58) - Defensive Coordinator, 1970; Freshmen, 1966 TITCHENAL, Robert (San Jose State, ‘39) - Line, 1948-49 TOBIN, Elza “Elgie” (Penn State, ‘15) - Assistant, 1915; Assistant Head Coach, 1916-17 TRANQUILL, Gary (Wittenburg, ‘62) – Defensive Coordinator, 1979; Offensive Coordinator, 1980-81 TRICKETT, Rick (Glenville State, ‘73) - Defensive Line, 1978-79; Assistant Head Coach, 2001-06; Offensive Line, 2001-06 WARE, Dick (Fairmont, ‘40) - End Coach, 1961-65 WALLACE, Dwight (Bowling Green, ‘66) - Quarterbacks, 1985-90; Assistant Head Coach, 1988-90 WALLACE, Mike (Bowling Green, ‘68) - Running Backs, 1986-90 WALTHALL, Jimmy (West Virginia, ‘50) - Backfield, 1960-63 WATSON, Ray (Glenville, ‘47) - Defensive Backs, 1960-63 WILLIAMS, Greg (North Carolina State, ‘67) - Defensive Coordinator, 1976; Defensive Backfield, 1975 WORKING, Mike (North Carolina, ‘70) - Receivers, 1977; Offensive Line, 197576 YOST, Pete (West Virginia, ‘46) - Freshmen Line, 1948; Centers, 1946-47 YOUNG, Donnie (West Virginia, ‘65) - Linebackers, 1993-2000; Recruiting Coordinator, 1980-2000; Assistant Head Coach, 1976-79; Defensive Coordinator, 1977; Linebackers, 1971-75; Freshmen, 1970; YOUNGBLOOD, Jim (Fairmont State, ‘66) - Offense, 1973-74 ZIEGLER, A.B. “Gus” (Pennsylvania, ‘08) - Assistant Head Coach, 1914 ZIMMERMAN, Leroy (West Virginia, ‘39) - Backs, 1949

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SERIES RECORDS VS. ALL FBS Atlantic Coast WVU: Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Louisville Miami. North Carolina NC State Pitt Syracuse Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest TOTALS

Mountain West Won Lost Tied 21 11 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 10 3 0 3 16 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 40 61 3 27 32 0 10 12 1 28 22 1 2 0 0 150 172 6

American Athletic WVU: Cincinnati Connecticut East Carolina Houston Memphis Navy SMU Temple Tulane Tulsa UCF USF TOTALS

Won Lost Tied 16 3 1 7 1 0 18 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 1 0 0 24 12 0 4 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 4 3 0 79 30 1

Big Ten WVU: Illinois Indiana Iowa Maryland Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue Rutgers Wisconsin TOTALS

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WVU: Air Force Boise State Colorado State Fresno State Hawaii Nevada New Mexico San Diego State San Jose State UNLV Utah State Wyoming TOTALS

Pacific 12

Won Lost Tied 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0

Won Lost Tied 2 2 0 3 1 0 4 1 0 1 5 0 2 6 0 4 3 0 2 3 0 3 2 0 3 2 0 24 25 0

WVU: Arizona Arizona State California Colorado Oregon Oregon State Southern Cal Stanford UCLA Utah Washington Washington State TOTALS

Conference USA

Southeastern

WVU: Won Lost Tied Charlotte 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Atlantic Florida International 0 0 0 2 0 0 Louisiana Tech Marshall 12 0 0 Middle Tennessee State 0 0 0 North Texas 0 0 0 0 0 0 Old Dominion Rice 0 1 0 0 0 0 Southern Miss UAB 0 0 0 1 1 1 UTEP UTSA 0 0 0 Western Kentucky 0 0 0 TOTALS 15 2 1

WVU: Alabama Auburn Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana State Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Texas A & M Vanderbilt TOTALS

Mid-American Won Lost Tied 1 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 28 22 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 9 48 2 1 1 0 33 4 2 0 4 0 76 94 6

Big 12 WVU: Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech TOTALS

Conferences

WVU: Akron Ball State Bowling Green Buffalo Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami, Ohio Northern Illinois Ohio Toledo Western Michigan TOTALS

Won Lost Tied 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 13 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 31 4 1

Won Lost Tied 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 0

Won Lost Tied 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 8 11 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 3 0 7 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 24 25 2

Sun Belt WVU: Appalachian State Arkansas Little Rock Arkansas State Coastal Carolina Georgia Southern Georgia State Idaho Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe New Mexico State South Alabama Texas-Arlington Texas State Troy TOTALS

Won Lost Tied 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

Division I Independents WVU: Army BYU Notre Dame TOTALS

Won Lost Tied 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 6 0


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