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2012 WEST VIRGINIA MOUNTAINEERS

Mountaineer Football
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OppOnent Marshall vs. James Madison + Maryland Baylor * at texas * at texas tech * Kansas State * tCU * at Oklahoma State * Oklahoma * at Iowa State * Kansas *

Mountaineer Football
Mountaineer Football ....................................... 2 A Championship Program .............................. 8 The Big 12 Conference ................................. 12 NFL Mountaineers ......................................... 14 Mountaineer All-Americans ........................ 16 Student Services ............................................ 18 Mountaineers in the Community .............. 26 Dressed for Success .................................... 28 Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium ................................... 30 Milan Puskar Center ...................................... 36 Donald J. Brohard Hall of Traditions ........ 38 Game Day in Morgantown ........................... 40 Iron Mountaineers .......................................... 42 Walk-on Program ............................................ 46 Mountaineer Excellence ............................... 48 West Virginia University ............................... 50

+ FedEx Field, Landover, Md.

* Big 12 Conference game

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Managing Editor: Joe Swan Editors: Mike Montoro, Michael Fragale Writer: Mike Montoro Assistant Editor: Tim Goodenow Contributors: Andria Alvarez, Lisa Ammons, John Antonik, Julie Brown, Rob Carolla, Grant Dovey, Katie Kane, Brian Kuppelweiser, Cheryl Maust, Shannon McNamara, Bryan Messerly, Mackenzie Mullenax, Abby Norman, Ashleigh Pollart, Amy Prunty, John Riedesel, Gina Sporio, Daniel Whitehead Cover Design: BlaineTurner Advertising, Inc. Design: BlaineTurner Advertising, Inc., Morgantown, W.Va. Printing: United Graphics, Mattoon, Ill. Photography: All-Pro Photography by Dale Sparks, Bill Amatucci Sr., Bill Amatucci, Jr., Kim Amatucci, Joel Auerbach, Arizona Cardinals, Paul Barnick, Bob Beverly, Jim Biever/Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Mark Brown, Tony Constantine, M.G. Ellis, Pete Emerson, ESPN, Mike Fabus/Pittsburgh Steelers, Dan Friend, George Gojkovich, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Ken Innes, Brent Kepner, Christie Kepner, Greg Kepner, Laughead Photography, Todd Latocha, Jake Lambuth, Jim Lawther, Chuck LeClaire, Tim Lilley, William McBride, Lisa McClung, Miami Dolphins, David Miller, Andrea Nay, New York Giants, New York Jets, Brian Persinger, Playboy, Ronald Pradetto, Brian Persinger, Steve Prunty, Ben Queen, Ron Rittenhouse Collection, Seattle Seahawks, Chris Schwer, Corey Slider, Van Slider, Sports Information Offices at Big 12 Conference schools, Allison Toffle, West Virginia Collection, WVU Athletic Archives, WVU Photographic Services
West Virginia University is on NCAA probation until July 7, 2013, for violations involving failure to monitor the activities of certain noncoaching football personnel by two former head football coaches and by the institution. The NCAA accepted without modification the University’s self-imposed sanctions, which include a public reprimand and censure; probation ; elimination, reduction and restrictions for certain non-coaching football personnel; limited recruiting related restrictions during Fall 2010 and Spring 2011; reduction of the amount of countable athletically-related activities for football student-athletes during Spring 2010; and reductions in the total number of scholarships awarded for football during the 2010-2011 academic year by two and the 2011-12 academic year by one.

Previewing the 2012 SeaSon
Preseason Notes............................................ 56 Mountaineer Quick Facts ............................ 56 Preseason Depth Chart .............................. 58

contents

Meet the MountaineerS
Rosters ............................................................... 60 Pronunciation Guide ....................................... 61 Player Profiles ................................................... 62 Newcomer Profiles ...................................... 104

Football StaFF
Head Coach Dana Holgorsen .................. 108 Assistant Coaches ...................................... 112 Football Staff .................................................. 121

oPPonent inForMation
2012 Opponents ......................................... 126 Scores vs. 2012 Opponents .................. 128

reviewing the 2011 SeaSon
Game-by-Game Recaps ............................. 130 2011 Statistics ........................................... 143

the record book
Hall of Famers ................................................ 150 Consensus All-Americans ......................... 152 All-Americans ................................................. 153 Top Plays .......................................................... 155 Top Games ...................................................... 156 Top Seasons ................................................... 157 Top Careers.................................................... 160 Class Rankings .............................................. 162 Individual Records ........................................ 164 Defensive Records ...................................... 166 Team Records ............................................... 168 Coaching Records ....................................... 169 Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium Records..................................... 170 Year-by-Year Results .................................. 172 All-Time Scores .............................................. 174 Series Records ............................................. 182 Bowl Games .................................................... 183 All-Time Lettermen ...................................... 189 Mountaineers in the Pros ......................... 197
West Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. The 2012 West Virginia University Football Guide has been published by the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. © 2012 West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics The indicia depicted are registered trademarks of West Virginia University.

general inForMation
WVU President James P. Clements .......204 WVU Director of Athletics Oliver Luck .....205 WVU Intercollegiate Athletics....................206 Mountaineer Sports Network...................207 Media Information ...........................................208

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MOUNTAINEER FOOTBALL
• Playing for the Mountaineers makes you an instant celebrity • Your name is forever tied to a goal line stand, an upset win, a bowl win, a game-winning kick or an undefeated season • No matter where you go around the world, once you’re a Mountaineer, you’re always a Mountaineer • Mountaineer football reflects the hopes, dreams and pride of the state • Mountaineer football is passionate, rowdy and a way of life

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MOUNTAINEER FOOTBALL
• West Virginia’s offense plays hard, smart and fast • An up-tempo, high flying offense that can score from any place on the field • Blazing speed keeps opponents off balance • The Mountaineer defense is nasty and physical • Special teams at West Virginia are game breakers

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MOUNTAINEER FOOTBALL
• WVU has had three Top 7 Heisman finishers in three of the past six years • Nationally ranked defense • The defense consistently ranks among the Top 25 in national defensive categories • It’s an honor to be a member of the Mountaineer special teams unit • A nationally attractive program with fans worldwide • 93 national network appearances in the last 11 years

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A Championship program
• WVU is one of three football programs in the nation to post nine or more wins the past seven years • 11th-best record in college football during the last nine years (2003-11) • 70 wins in seven years • 23 All-America selections since 2002 • School record 10 straight bowl games • 15 victories over ranked teams since 2002

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• 38 games have been nationally televised in the last four years • 9th-best road record in college football 35-19 (2003-11) • 10th-best home record in college football 50-10 (2003-11) • one of two schools to post a 3-0 BCS bowl record since 2005 • one of four teams to play in seven New Year’s bowl games in the last nine years. • Ranked 13 of 16 weeks in 2011 and 94 weeks in the past 12 years

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A Championship Conference
• The Big 12 has 77 national award winners since 1996 to lead all conferences • 95 consensus All-Americans since 1996, best among all conferences • Since 1996 the Big 12 has been home to more Heisman Trophy winners (5) than any other league • Led the nation in 2011 with a .900 non-conference winning percentage • Four teams finished the 2011 season ranked in the Top 16 • one of two conferences with 10 or more teams to have every program play in a bowl game during the last four years • The Big 12 ranks first all-time with 14 teams that have finished in the Top 4 of the final BCS standings

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• NFL scouts, general managers and personnel directors are a fixture in the Milan Puskar Stadium press box each game • Top 15 draft pick in 2012 • Three draft picks and five free agent signees to NFL teams in 2012 • 62 Mountaineers have been drafted in the top five rounds • Mountaineers have played in the Super Bowl on 21 different occasions • Mountaineers have played on professional championship teams 42 times • Mountaineers have made 41 Pro Bowl appearances

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mountaineer all- americans
• West Virginia has had 11 Consensus All-Americans, including seven since 1990 • 36 players have earned first team All-America honors 139 times • 74 total All-Americans named to 210 teams • 12 players have been selected two-time All-Americans • Since 2002, West Virginia has had nine first team All-Americans, six second team and eight third team • Since 2002, WVU has had 23 All-Americans named to 45 different teams

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Todd Sauerbrun Dan Mozes Aaron Beasley Pat White Brian Jozwiak Canute Curtis Carl Crennel Rich Braham Darryl Talley Ira Rodgers Jim Braxton Major Harris Mike Compton Paul Woodside

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student services
• Academics are at the forefront of the success enjoyed by the Mountaineer football program • West Virginia received national AFCA recognition for graduation rates in 2009, 2010 and 2011, having a 75 percent or better graduation rate • 29 football student-athletes earned Dean’s List recognition during the 2011-12 academic year • 27 football players were named to the conference All-Academic team • Since 2002, the Mountaineers have had seven Capital one Academic All-Americans and 28 since 1952

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M o u n ta i n e e r Football PRoGRAM
ChAmpS / life SKillS:
The many challenges that today’s college student-athletes face, on and off the playing field, are unmatched in the history of higher education. Unfortunately, many students are not well prepared to face these challenges or encounter life issues that undermine health and success in college. To prepare student-athletes for the demands of college life and beyond, the NCAA developed the CHAMPS (Challenging Athletes Minds for Personal Success)/Life Skills program. In the spring of 1995, West Virginia University Intercollegiate Athletics initiated its own CHAMPS/Life Skills program. WVU was one of only 170 schools selected by the NCAA to participate in their national pilot program. Five programming “commitment” areas viewed as critical to personal growth are part of WVU’s model. They are: 1) academic excellence, 2) personal development, 3) career development, 4) athletic excellence, and 5) community service. For more information, see WVU intercollegiate athletics psychologist Dr. Ed Etzel in Room 275a in the Coliseum at (304) 293-7062 or online at WVUsports.com/page. cfm?section=12102

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student services
• Tutoring and career counseling always are available • Freshmen attend mandatory study halls • 11 players achieved a 4.0 GPA during a semester in 2011-12 • 35 football players in 2011 had a 3.0 cumulative GPA • 38 players made the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll with a 3.0 GPA in 2011-12 • 63 players made the Academic Achievement Wall with a 2.75 or better • 75 football players achieved a 2.5 GPA or better

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student services
• The Mountaineers have had 20 players inducted into the National Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society for outstanding performance on the field, classroom and in the community, since its inception in 2006 • Former standout quarterback and current Director of Athletics oliver Luck was selected to the Capital one Academic All-America Hall of Fame in 2000 • The Reynolds Family Academic Performance Center occupies 5,600 square feet of space in the upper floor of the Puskar Center • The facility features 30 computer stations, four tutoring rooms, eight small group study stations and a library-style open study area • Athletes can use the Puskar Center or Coliseum study centers between classes or after practice in the evening

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Jeff Berk Mike Compton John Harcharic Jay Henry Dan Hannahs Jeff Hostetler David Mayfield Joe Kopnisky John Stroia Sam Huff Matt Taffoni Reed Williams

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academic all-americans
• 2009 - Reed Williams, LB, Second Team • 2008 – Doug Slavonic, DL, Second Team • 2007 – Reed Williams, LB, First Team • 2006 – Jay Henry, LF, First Team • 2006 – Dan Mozes, C, Second Team • 2005 – Jay Henry, LB, First Team • 2004 – Jeff Berk, oL, Second Team • 1998 – Eric de Groh, C, First Team • 1997 - Eric de Groh, C, Second Team
- Former Mountaineer quarterback and current Director of Athletics Oliver Luck was selected to the Capital One Academic All-America Hall of Fame in 2000

• 1996 – Eric de Groh, C, Second Team • 1994 – Matt Taffoni, LB, First Team • 1993 – David Mayfield, DB, Second Team • 1992 – Mike Compton, C, First Team • 1988 – John Stroia, oL, Second Team • 1983 – Jeff Hostetler, QB, First Team • 1981 – oliver Luck, QB, First Team • 1980 – oliver Luck, QB, First Team • 1972 – John Harcharic, DE, Second Team

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• 1970 – Kim West, K, First Team • 1970 – Dan Hannahs, LB, Second Team • 1958 – Terry Fairbanks, End, Second Team • 1956 – Joe Kopnisky, DL, Second Team • 1955 – Fred Wyant, QB, Second Team • 1955 – Sam Huff, Tackle, First Team • 1954 – Fred Wyant, QB, First Team • 1953 – Bruce Bosley, T, Second Team • 1953 – Fred Wyant, QB, Third Team • 1952 – Paul Bischoff, End, First Team

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2009 – Reed Williams, LB 2006 – Jay Henry, LB 2005 – Jeff Berk, oL 1998 – Eric deGroh, C 1983 – Jeff Hostetler, QB 1981 – oliver Luck, QB

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community service
• The WVU football program takes an active role in a number of community service projects to help shape future champions of tomorrow • Since 1984, West Virginia football has donated more than $675,000 to WVU Children’s Hospital from proceeds of the annual Gold-Blue Spring game • Four players have been selected to the AFCA Good Works Team • Mountaineer football players are regular visitors to WVU Children’s Hospital and area schools • Wearing the Gold and Blue brings a sense of responsibility to the community and the state of West Virginia • The Mountaineer Community Service/Life Skills program is involved in numerous educational, civic, and religious projects that include:
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Boys and Girls Club Special olympics FBI Child Identification Program Little Leagues Christmas Shopping for underprivileged children American Red Cross Blood Drives Read Aloud Programs in local schools WVU Athletes Speak out Program Fellowship of Christian Athletes Boy Scout Groups Ronald McDonald House DARE WVU Children’s Hospital Relay for Life RAZEWV.com anti-tobacco campaign Walk a Mile in Her Shoes WELL WVU Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center

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DRESSED FOR SUCCESS
• West Virginia’s famous dark blue helmet with the gold Flying WV has been voted one of the best in college football • It’s an honor to wear the Gold and Blue, and the Mountaineers wear the best that college football has to offer • The Mountaineers dress in style on and off the field, wearing the best in gear from Nike • West Virginia’s uniforms are made of Nike’s elite performance fabrics, producing a tight, shrink-wrapped fit • West Virginia’s uniforms are produced with fabrics that hold far less moisture and are light-weight • The Mountaineers can wear nine different uniform combinations
1. Blue Jersey-Gold Pants 2. Blue Jersey-Blue Pants 3. Blue Jersey-White Pants 4. White Jersey-Gold Pants 5. White Jersey-Blue Pants 6. White Jersey-White Pants 7. Gold Jersey-Gold Pants 8. Gold Jersey-Blue Pants 9. Gold Jersey-White Pants

• New for 2012 will be gray jerseys and pants to give the Mountaineers a possible seven more uniform choices

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Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium
• Game days in Morgantown are filled with electricity and excitement in one of the wildest facilities in college football • A ticket to Milan Puskar Stadium is the hottest ticket in the state • WVU is 24-4 at home in the last four years • 10th-best home record in college football 49-10 (2004-11) • 19-3 in home night games since 2002

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Mountaineer Field
• 37 national television appearances in the last four years • 45-8 at home during the last eight years • West Virginia has won 85 percent of its home games in the last eight years • West Virginia has won 74 percent of its home games since 1980 • More than 11 million fans have watched a game in person since Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium opened 31 years ago

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STADIUM FACTS AND FIGURES
• opened: 1980 with a capacity 50,000 • Architects/Engineers: Gates/Finch-Heery • original Contractor: Huber, Hunt & Nichols, Inc. • original Cost: $22 million • Current Capacity: 60,000 • Additions: 7,500 seats (1985) to South end zone; 6,000 (1986) to North end zone, stadium suites in North end zone (2004) and South end zone (2007) • Lights: Five banks on the perimeter of stadium and a bank along the top of the press box (upgraded 2001) • Surface: FieldTurf synthetic grass (installed 2007) • Luxury Suites: 12 on first level of press box (1994); 19 in North end zone (2004); 4 in South end zone (2007) • Press Box: 125 seats on third level; broadcast and coaches’ booths on second level • Camera Deck: Full length of press box; 40 camera positions • Puskar Center: 39,542 square feet • Home Locker Room: 3,565 square feet • Weight Room: 22,000 square feet • Scoreboard: Panasonic 22.5 mm Full-Color LED Board in South end zone with dimensions of 85’ x 23’6”; two 25mm Amber LED auxiliary boards in South end zone (both installed 2008) • Ribbon Boards: 24 mm Full-Color LED fascia boards on the East and West sidelines measuring 306.1’ x 3.8’ (installed 2008)

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Milan Puskar center
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• Coaches’ Offices • Locker Rooms • Weight Room • Athletic Training • Players Lounge • Film Study • Video Control Center • Team Meeting Room • Position Meeting Rooms • Program History and Tradition • Players’ Dining Hall • Equipment

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game day in morgantown
• The place to be on fall Saturdays is Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium • Some of the most serious tailgating in the nation begins the day • The cheerleaders and nationally famous Pride of West Virginia Mountaineer Marching Band start the pregame festivities • The playing of “Take Me Home, Country Roads” ends the day by celebrating another Mountaineer victory

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• Mountaineer strength and conditioning is an intense, everyday commitment. There is no such thing as a part-time champion • The goal of the strength and conditioning staff is to provide the student-athletes with the best “handson” strength and conditioning program in the country • The staff’s goal is to be outstanding teachers, especially in the areas of safety, technique and nutrition • WVU nutritionists give guidance on proper eating habits • The staff demands intensity and effort with the goal of training the players to be fast, strong and a complete athlete

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pASt iron mountAineer AwArd winnerS
2012 iron Mountaineer award winnerS
1996 – Bernardo Amerson, Charles Emanuel 1997 – Curtis Keaton, Steve Lippe 1998 – Tanner Russell, Boo Sensabaugh, Eric deGroh, Shawn Foreman 1999 – Greg Robinette, Barrett Green, Boo Sensabaugh, Khori Ivy 2000 – Avon Coubourne, Khori Ivy, Chris Edmonds, Antwan Lake 2001 – David Upchurch, Shawn Hackett 2002 – Rasheed Marshall, Lance Nimmo 2003 – Quincy Wilson, Pat Liebig 2004 – Craig Wilson, Scott Gyorko, Mike Lorello 2005 – Craig Wilson, owen Schmitt, Jason Colson 2006 – Pat Liebig, Marc Magro, Steve Slaton 2007 – Keilen Dykes, ovid Goulbourne, Darius Reynaud 2008 – Zac Cooper, J.T. Thomas, Nate Sowers 2009 – Noel Devine, Chris Neild, Nate Sowers, J.T. Thomas, Reed Williams 2010 – Matt Lindamood, Chris Neild, Noel Devine, Don Barclay 2011 – Will Clarke, Najee Goode, Keith Tandy 2012 – Jeff Braun, Will Clarke, Ryan Nehlen, Taige Redman

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iron mountaineers
• Dynamic/functional warm-ups and movements are incorporated into every speed, agility, conditioning and weight training session • Training in the spacious strength center at the Puskar Center, the options are almost endless • There is no challenge like running the infamous Law School Hill • Every school in America develops its athletes from the neck down, but at WVU, the Mountaineers build excellence in the physical and mental aspects of the game • The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary

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• Dozens of players who came in as walk-ons have earned scholarships, starting positions and honors • West Virginia has had one of the best walk-on programs in the nation since 1980 • WVU is the place where dozens of players have grabbed opportunities and turned them into achievements and even NFL careers • owen Schmitt is just one of WVU’s walk-on success stories. From Division III Wisconsin River Falls, to WVU All-America status, 11 broken face masks, an NFL draft pick, donning the cover of the EA Sports national college football video game, to a current member of the oakland Raiders, his legend lives on • offensive lineman Rich Braham joined WVU as a walk-on and left four years later as an All-American getting ready for a 13-year NFL career after being drafted in the third round by the Cincinnati Bengals • The most recent walk-on success story is linebacker Najee Goode. Entering WVU as a walk-on, he left as a fifth-round NFL draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Mountaineer Excellence
2012
• 1 National Champion • 5 Academic All-Americans • 7 First Team All-Americans • 6 Second Team All-Americans • 3 Third Team All-Americans • 58 All-Conference Selections • 8 Individual Conference Championships • 51 Individual Academic Award Winners • 6 Team Academic Award Winners • 10 Conference Individual Award Winners • 16 All-Region Performers • 14 NCAA qualifiers • More than 400 student-athletes on the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Fifth Consecutive Top-50 Directors’ Cup finish

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West Virginia University
• 13 colleges and schools offer 191 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degree programs from the bachelor’s through the doctoral and firstprofessional level. • WVU’s main Morgantown location includes three distinct campuses—Downtown, Evansdale and the Health Sciences campus .The Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system — named top people-mover in the nation - has shuttled people among the campuses since the U.S. Department of Transportation built it 30 years ago. • WVU ranks nationally for prestigious scholarships – 25 Rhodes Scholars, 22 Truman Scholars, 35 Goldwater Scholars, two British Marshall Scholars, two Morris K. Udall Scholars, five USA Today AllUSA College Academic First Team Members (and 11 academic team honorees), nine Boren Scholars, five Gilman Scholars, 30 Fulbright Scholars and one Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholar. • Excellent faculty, 18 of whom have been named Carnegie Foundation Professors of the Year, guide and mentor students. • Faculty conduct $174 million annually in sponsored contracts and research grants. • Approximately 70% of WVU students receive more than $350 million in financial aid annually.

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West Virginia University
• All WVU students benefit from a vibrant array of student life programs, including a Festival of Ideas lecture series, bringing the world’s top minds to campus to share their experiences and knowledge; WVUp All Night, a weekend package of safe, fun, and healthy activities and an award-winning Student Recreation Center. • WVU has one of the safest college campuses in America, with 24-hour police protection and 37 outdoor emergency phones. • Morgantown, W.Va., population 28,654, rated “No. 1 Small City in America” by BizJournals.com for its exceptional quality of life. other recent rankings: one of “Best Sports Cities” by Sporting News; 5th “Best Small Metro” by Forbes; 12th overall “Hottest Small City by Inc.; one of “50 Smartest Places to Live” by Kiplinger’s; one of the “Best Cities for Jobs” by MSN Careers; one of the 50 best places to launch a small business by CNNMoney.com; and the second-ranking “Best College Town for Jobs” by Forbes. • The Center for Civic Engagement develops and organizes service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and faculty and consults with academic units on incorporating civic engagement into the curriculum. Last year, about 15,726 WVU students contributed 204,000 hours of service to the community. WVU has earned the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification, putting WVU in the 6% of higher education institutions that Carnegie recognizes for engagement. It is the only institution in West Virginia the foundation recognizes for its community engagement.

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WVU: A Brief Profile
• Students: WVU’s main campus fall 2011 enrollment was 29,617. • Alumni: The Erickson Alumni Center is a gathering place for WVU’s more than 185,000 alumni worldwide. • Degree Programs: WVU offers 191 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degree programs. • Division Campuses: Potomac State College of WVU; West Virginia University Institute of Technology • Health Sciences Center Divisions: Charleston Division, Health Sciences Center, Charleston, W.Va.; Eastern Division, Health Sciences Center, Martinsburg, W.Va. • Major Academic Divisions: Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design; Eberly College of Arts and Sciences; College of Business and Economics; College of Creative Arts; School of Dentistry; Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources; Honors College; College of Human Resources and Education; Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism; College of Law; School of Medicine; School of Nursing; School of Pharmacy; College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences; Potomac State College of WVU; WVU Institute of Technology • Visitors Resource Center: Located on the Morgantown Waterfront, the Visitors Resource Center features unique, cuttingedge displays and traditional West Virginia hospitality. operating hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. (closed Sundays and most University holidays). Guided tours with friendly, knowledgeable student guides M-F at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and Sat. at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., except home football Saturdays. Phone: 304-293-3489. Visit: http://visit.wvu.edu • Mountaineer Parents Club: The Mountaineer Parents Club fosters success by connecting parents and family members with the student experience. The organization sponsors events on and off-campus, has a newsletter, a toll-free helpline (1800-WVU-0096), parent electronic news, and a “Parent Perk” program. Membership is free. Visit: http://parentsclub.wvu.edu. • Admission Information: Information is available from the office of Admissions and Records, PO Box 6090, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 26506-6090; or call 304-293-2121, email: go2wvu@mail.wvu.edu or visit on the web http://adm. wvu.edu.

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outlook
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tHE 2012 SCHEdulE

West Virginia owns a 46-25-2 record against its 2012 opponents. The Mountaineers have winning records over seven schools: James Madison (1-0), Kansas (1-0), Marshall (11-0), Maryland (25-21-2), Oklahoma State (2-1), TCU (1-0), Texas (1-0) and Texas Tech (1-0). The series is tied with Kansas State (1-1) and Oklahoma (2-2). WVU will meet Baylor and Iowa State for the first time in 2012.

Smith broke Marc Bulger’s 1998 record of five 300-yards or more passing games to become WVU’s top 300-yard passer.

West Virginia uniVersity
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Name of School: West Virginia University City: Morgantown, W.Va. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 29,617 Nickname: Mountaineers School Colors: Gold (PMS 124) and Blue (PMS 295) Stadium: Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium (1980) Capacity: 60,000 Surface: FieldTurf Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. James P. Clements (UMBC, ’85) Athletics Director: Oliver Luck (West Virginia, ’82) Official Web Site: WVUsports.com Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 3-4

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dISCovER oRANGE Bowl CHAmpIoNS
Orange Bowl MVP Geno Smith threw for a bowl-record 407 yards and six touchdowns and ran for another score to lead West Virginia to an impressive 70-33 victory over No. 14 Clemson on Wednesday, Jan. 4. West Virginia tied or set 28 Orange Bowl individual, team and combined team records by the end of the night. The game was tight early, before WVU scored at the beginning of the second quarter to take a four-point lead, 21-17. On their next possession, the Tigers were driving deep in Mountaineer territory when Doug Rigg forced a Clemson fumble on the goal line, and Darwin Cook picked it up and raced 99 yards for a touchdown, giving West Virginia an 11-point lead. That started the fury, as the Mountaineers proceeded to outscore the Tigers, 35-3, to put the game out of reach. The Mountaineers’ 70 points were the most points scored all-time in a bowl game. The 49 points scored by WVU in the first half and the 35 points scored in the second quarter were also the most points scored in bowl history.

West Virginia finished with 15 receiving performances of 100 yards or more during the 2011 season, marking the most amount of 100-yard receiving performances in a season in WVU history. The Mountaineers’ 15 receiving efforts of 100 or more yards in 2011 passed last year’s season total (3). WVU had eight 100-yard receiving efforts in 1996, seven in 1993 and six in 1994 and 1998.

ACAdEmIC SERvICES

SEASoN RECEptIoN lEAdER

Curtis Jones (Dartmouth, ’95) – Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services Kelli Hinton (Cincinnati, ’03) – Assistant Director of StudentAthlete Acaemic Services Amy King (Akron, ’06) – Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Academic Services

Tavon Austin is one of the main cogs of WVU’s receiving corps. He finished with 101 catches for 1,186 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior in 2011, setting the school record for most receptions in a season. He was ranked No. 8 nationally in receptions per game and No. 23 in receiving yards per game. He had 10 or more catches in four games last year and finished with 100 or more yards in five games. He had a season-high 12 receptions against Clemson in the Orange Bowl and a season-high 187 receiving yards against LSU. His long catch of the year was a 72-yard reception against LSU.

StRENGtH ANd CoNdItIoNING StAFF
Mike Joseph (Fairmont State, ’99) – Director of Strength and Conditioning Mark Smith (NC State, ’89) – Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning Kevin McCadam (Virginia Tech, ’07) – Coordinator of Speed Development Darl Bauer (Hillsdale, ‘08) – Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning

At HomE

The 2012 season marks the 33rd season of competition for West Virginia at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium. WVU holds a 147-52-4 (.736) all-time record at the facility, which opened in 1980. The Mountaineers averaged 56,532 per home game in 2011; a total of 10,958,225 fans all-time have watched a game at Mountaineer Field.

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The West Virginia Mountaineers have been one of the best teams in college football in the last nine years. West Virginia’s two-year win total (2010-11) of 19 ties for 18th-best in college football with Nebraska and Florida State. West Virginia’s three-year win total (2009-11) of 28 wins is tied for 16th-best in college football with Utah, Nevada, Florida and Houston. West Virginia’s four-year total (2008-11) of 37 wins ties for 18th-best, while WVU’s five-year victory total of 48 wins (2007-11) ties for 13th-best with Texas, Oklahoma State, Wisconsin and Missouri. West Virginia’s six-year (2006-11) win total of 59 is 13th-best in college football, and its 70 victories in the last seven years (2005-11) ties with Wisconsin and Oregon for the 11th-best record. Over the past eight years (2004-11), the Mountaineers have won 78 football games for the 11th-best record in the country. And finally, West Virginia’s has 86 wins in the last nine years (2003-11), which is the 11th-best mark in college football.

Tavon Austin is a versatile member of the Mountaineer football squad as an inside receiver and punt and kick returner. He finished with two kickoff returns for touchdowns in 2011, collecting a 100-yard return against Marshall in the season opener and a 90-yard return in the season finale at USF. His season-long punt return was 64 yards against Norfolk State. Austin led the nation in all-purpose yards, totaling a single-season school record 2,574 yards and averaging 198 yards per game. He was No. 6 natioinally in punt returns (14.1) and No. 20 in kickoff returns (26.1). He had six all-purpose performances of 200 yards or more, including a seasonhigh 287 yards against LSU, 280 against Clemson, 271 against Louisville, 249 at Cincinnati, 243 at Maryland and 208 at USF. He also finished with 150 yards or more in all-purpose yardage in 10 games. He had a career-high 287 all-purpose yards against LSU, finishing with 187 yards receiving on 11 catches and 100 kickoff return yards on six returns. That marked the most all-purpose yards since Steve Slaton had 345 all-purpose yards against Pitt in 2006.

All-puRpoSE AuStIN

HIStoRY

2012 outlook

First Year of Football: 1891 Seasons Played: 119 years All-Time Record: 701-457-45 (.601) All-Time Bowl Record: 14-17 (.452) Last Postseason Appearance: 2012 Discover Orange Bowl Result: Defeated Clemson, 70-33

SpoRtS mEdICINE StAFF

John Spiker (West Virginia, ’69) – Coordinator of Athletic Medical Services Dave Kerns (Penn State, ’83) – Head Football Athletic Trainer Tony Corley (West Virginia, ’97) – Assistant Football Athletic Trainer

CoACHING StAFF

Head Coach: Dana Holgorsen (Iowa Wesleyan, ’93) Record at School: 10-3 (1 year) Career Record: 10-3 (1 year) Football Office Phone: 304-293-4194 Best Time/Day to Reach Coach: Contact Director of Football Communications Big 12 Conference Call: Mondays, 10:50-12:30 p.m. (ET)

tEAm INFoRmAtIoN

ASSIStANt CoACHES

2011 Record: 10-3 Conference Record/Finish: 5-2/T-1 Big East Final Ranking (Poll): 17 AP, 18 USA Today/Coaches Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning: 38 (16O/17D/5ST) Lettermen Lost: 18 (9O/8D/1ST) Starters Returning: 21 (9O/7D/5ST) Starters Lost: 8 (3O/4D/1ST)

Senior quarterback Geno Smith finished with 4,385 yards passing for the 2011 season, becoming the first 4,000-yard passer in WVU history. He accumulated 4,352 yards of total offense for the year, setting the WVU record, held by Marc Bulger, who finished with 3,515 yards in 1998. He was responsible for 33 touchdowns (31 passing, two rushing), setting WVU’s record, breaking Bulger (1998) and Pat White’s (2006) record of 31 to take the No. 1 mark at WVU.

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West Virginia receiver Stedman Bailey set the school record with five consecutive games of 100 or more yards receiving during the 2011 season. Bailey first set the WVU record, becoming the first Mountaineer receiver to have 100 or more yards in three straight games, then four straight games and the streak then ended after five straight games. He had eight receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown at Maryland, eight catches for 115 yards and a touchdown against LSU, 112 yards against Bowling Green, a career-high 178 yards on seven catches and two touchdowns against UConn and 130 yards on seven catches and a touchdown at Syracuse. The streak was broken in the snow at Rutgers, where he had two catches for 51 yards and a touchdown. He collected his sixth 100-yard receiving performance of the season against Louisville, finishing with eight catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns and seventh at Cincinnati, when he totaled 104 yards on six catches and a touchdown. For the season, he finished with seven 100-yard receiving performances, also a school record.

RECoRd FIvE StRAIGHt 100-YARd RECEIvING pERFoRmANCES

Joe DeForest (Louisiana, ’87) – Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Steve Dunlap (West Virginia, ‘76) – Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Linebackers Shannon Dawson (Wingate, ’90) – Offensive Coordinator/Receivers Keith Patterson (East Central, Okla., ’86) – Co-Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers Bill Bedenbaugh (Iowa Wesleyan, ’95) – Offensive Line/Offensive Special Teams Robert Gillespie (Florida, ’05) – Running Backs Daron Roberts (Texas, ’01) – Cornerbacks Erik Slaughter (Tarleton State, ’90) – Defensive Line Jake Spavital (Missouri State, ’08) Quarterbacks

All-StAR CANdIdAtES:

Tavon Austin, WR/KOR/PR; Stedman Bailey, WR; Tyler Bitancurt, K; Jeff Braun, OL; Darwin Cook, DB; Terence Garvin, LB; Brodrick Jenkins, DB; Josh Jenkins, OL; Joe Madsen, OL; Geno Smith, QB

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AdmINIStRAtIvE StAFF

Geno Smith threw for 300 or more yards twice before his junior season, finishing with 316 yards at Marshall and throwing for 352 yards against Rutgers. In 2011, He threw for 300 or more yards eight times, setting both the WVU and the Big East records.

Alex Hammond (Texas, ’04) – Director of Football Operations Ryan Dorchester (West Virginia, ’08) – Coordinator of Recruiting Operations Quincy Wilson (West Virginia, ’03) – Assistant Director of Football Operations Brett Kelley (Fairmont State, ’04) – Video Coordinator Dan Nehlen (West Virginia, ’85) – Equipment Manager Aaron Malik (West Virginia, ’07) – Assistant Equipment Manager

Offense (16) Shawne Alston, RB; Tavon Austin, WR; Stedman Bailey, WR; Jeff Braun, OL; Andrew Buie, RB; Ryan Clarke, FB; Pat Eger, OL; Curtis Feigt, OL; Dustin Garrison, RB; Josh Jenkins, OL; Ivan McCartney, WR; Joe Madsen, OL; Ryan Nehlen, WR; Geno Smith, QB; Quinton Spain, OL; J.D. Woods, WR Defense (17) Tyler Anderson, LB; Ishmael Banks, DB; Jared Barber, LB; Travis Bell, DB; Will Clarke, DE; Darwin Cook, DB; Josh Francis, LB; Terence Garvin, DB (moving to linebacker); Brodrick Jenkins, DB; Cecil Level, DB; Donovan Miles, LB (moving to fullback); Pat Miller, DB: Shaq Petteway, DB; Taige Redman, LB; Doug Rigg, LB; Jewone Snow, LB; Jorge Wright, DL Specialists (5) Tavon Austin, KOR/PR; Tyler Bitancurt, K; Michael Molinari, P; Corey Smith, K/P

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Quick Facts
lEttERmEN loSt (19)
Offense (10) Don Barclay, OL; Devon Brown, IR; Ricky Kovatch, FB: Matt Lindamood, FB; Willie Milhouse, IR; Tyler Rader, OL; Vernard Roberts, RB; Chad Snodgrass, OL; Brad Starks, WR; Tyler Urban, IR Defense (8) Brantwon Bowser, DB; Najee Goode, LB; Bruce Irvin, DE; Julian Miller, DL; Eain Smith, DB; Keith Tandy, DB; Josh Taylor, DL; Casey Vance, LB Specialists (1) Cody Nutter, LS

StARtERS REtuRNING (21)

Offense (9) Tavon Austin, WR; Stedman Bailey, WR; Ryan Clarke, FB; Pat Eger, OL; Dustin Garrison, RB; Josh Jenkins, OL; Joe Madsen, OL; Geno Smith, QB; J.D. Woods, WR Defense (7) Jared Barber, LB; Will Clarke, DE; Darwin Cook, DB; Terence Garvin, LB; Brodrick Jenkins, DB; Doug Rigg, LB; Jorge Wright, DL Specialists (5) Tavon Austin, KOR/PR; Tyler Bitancurt, K; Michael Molinari, H; Corey Smith, P.

Center Joe Madsen and right guard Jeff Braun return for their third year as starters, tackle Pat Eger returns for his second season as a starter and redshirt senior Josh Jenkins, who redshirted in 2011 with a knee injury, returns for his final season as a three-year starter at left guard. These four linemen have played in 118 games and return 98 starts. Quinton Spain played in all 13 games last year at tackle and guard and started one, and Curtis Feigt played in four games last year at tackle and started one. The offensive line returns 63 percent of the snaps and 62 percent of the starts from last season. Then add in Josh Jenkins’ 11 games started and 709 plays participated in during the 2010 season returning and the number increases. Spain saw action in 266 plays last year and Feigt was used on 65 plays. Behind the blocking of the line, the Mountaineer offense averaged 37.6 points per game and finished with more than 4,500 yards passing and more than 6,100 yards of total offense. The Mountaineers ranked No. 6 nationally in passing offense, No. 13 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense. Madsen led the offensive line with 55 knockdowns, averaging 4.2 per game, and Braun had 52, averaging 4.0 per game. Eger compiled 24 knockdowns, and Spain had 15. As a junior, Jenkins finished with 42 knockdowns in 2010.

oFFENSIvE lINE

Safety Darwin Cook enjoyed a solid second year on the Mountaineer defense. He is the leading tackler returning in 2012, finishing with 85 stops, including 51 unassisted. He also had four pass breakups, two interceptions and returned two fumbles. Cook took center stage at the Orange Bowl, when he picked up a Clemson fumble on the goal line and raced 99 yards for the touchdown to give WVU a bigger lead in the second quarter and helped to break open the game. Last year, he registered double-figure tackles in three games, 11 against Norfolk State and at Rutgers and had 10 against Louisville. He had a 21-yard interception return against Pitt and had a season-high two pass breakups at Rutgers.

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• The WRs are ranked No. 4 in Phil’s 2011 Top Individual Units • The OL is ranked No. 16 in Phil’s 2011 Top Individual Units • The ST is ranked No. 34 in Phil’s 2011 Top Individual Units

lINdY’S SpoRtS

All-Big 12 Team First Team Offense WR – Tavon Austin Second Team Offense QB – Geno Smith WR – Stedman Bailey C – Joe Madsen Big 12 Notes • Offensive Player of the Year – Geno Smith • Most Accurate Passer – Geno Smith • Most Dangerous Deep Threat – Stedman Bailey • Big 12 Top Talent - No. 10 – Tavon Austin • Big 12 Top 20 Incoming Recruits No. 20 – Deontay McManus

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Offense (3) Don Barclay, OL; Tyler Rader, OL Tyler Urban, IR Defense (4) Najee Goode, LB; Julian Miller, DL; Eain Smith, DB; Keith Tandy, DB Specialists (1) Cody Nutter, LS

Two starters return on the defensive line this season after losing two standout linemen in Julian Miller and Bruce Irvin. Miller finished with 27.5 sacks and 42.5 tackles for loss over his four-year career, and Irvin, a first-round and Top 15 pick in the NFL Draft by Seattle, finished with 22.5 sacks and 29 tackles for loss in his two-year WVU career. Two starters return from last season, senior nose tackle Jorge Wright and junior defensive tackle Will Clarke. Wright finished with 38 tackles, including 21 unassisted, 1.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss. Clarke, who was moved from defensive end to defensive tackle during the spring, had 34 tackles, two sacks, five tackles for loss and a pass breakup.

Pat Miller and Brodrick Jenkins will have the early responsibility of anchoring the cornerback positions. Miller played in all 13 games last year and started nine, while Jenkins also played in all 13 games but earned a starting spot late in the season for the final four games. Miller was the fifth-leading tackler on the squad last season with 66 tackles, including 50 unassisted tackles. He had three pass breakups, 1.5 tackles for loss and two interceptions. He had a season-high 11 tackles at Maryland, eight against Louisville and seven against LSU and Bowling Green. He had an interception in each of the last two games, including a 52-yard return for a touchdown at USF. Jenkins finished with 27 tackles, including 22 unassisted tackles, two tackles for loss, eight pass breakups and two interceptions. He had a season-high six tackles at Cincinnati, including five solo stops and a pass breakup. He also had five solo tackle against Clemson and four tackles against Pitt and at USF. He had both interceptions at Rutgers.

lIvING oN tHE ISlANd

SpECIAl NotES

• Geno Smith ranked No. 4 on Lindy’s Top 25 quarterbacks • Tavon Austin ranked No. 8 on Lindy’s Top 20 wide receivers • Joe Madsen ranked No. 5 on Lindy’s Top 8 centers • Receivers ranked No. 3 on Lindy’s Top 10 receivers list • Offensive Line ranked No. 6 on Lindy’s Top 10 offensive line list • WVU ranked No. 2 in Lindy’s Big 12 Picks • WVU ranked No. 10 in Lindy’s national picks • Oklahoma at WVU – No. 8 on Top 12 Conference Games • WVU picked to face Alabama in 2012 Sugar Bowl

2012 outlook

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All-Big 12 Team First Team Offense WR – Tavon Austin WR – Stedman Bailey PR – Tavon Austin Second Team Offense QB – Geno Smith C – Joe Madsen KR – Tavon Austin Third Team Offense OL – Jeff Braun OL – Josh Jenkins Third Team Defense DL – Jorge Wright LB – Terence Garvin Fourth Team Offense K – Tyler Bitancurt Fourth Team Defense DL – Will Clarke LB – Jewone Snow S – Darwin Cook

All-BIG 12 Team First Team Offense QB – Geno Smith C – Joe Madsen WR – Stedman Bailey

SpoRtS CommuNICAtIoNS

SpECIAl NotES

For more information on the West Virginia Mountaineers, contact director of football communications, Mike Montoro or assistant athletic director/ communications Michael Fragale.

Office Phone: 304-293-2821 Press Box Phone: 304-293-3799 Official Web Site: WVUsports.com Assistant AD/Communications: Michael Fragale E-Mail: michael.fragale@mail.wvu.edu Cell: 304-216-3834 Director of Football Communications: Mike Montoro Cell Phone: 304-276-2605 E-Mail: mike.montoro@mail.wvu.edu

Three linebackers with starting experience return from a year ago, junior Doug Rigg at Sam, sophomore Jared Barber moved from Mike to Will and junior Jewone Snow is moved from the Mike to Buck linebacker. Rigg played 11 games and started nine at strong-side linebacker last season. Barber and Snow split time at middle linebacker, with two starts and seven starts respectively. Rigg finished with 29 tackles, a sack, 3.5 tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Snow registered 42 tackles, 1.5 sacks, two tackles for loss and a fumble recovery. Barber had 23 tackles, two tackles for loss and three pass breakups. acker

REtuRNING lINEBACkERS

• WVU ranked No. 13 in Preseason Top 25 Index • Geno Smith Named Top Player to Watch in Upcoming Big 12 Season • WVU picked to finish No. 3 in Big 12 • Baylor at WVU is a Top Game • WVU received B- on Recruiting Report Card

AtHloN SpoRtS

mAIlING AddRESS:

Sports Communications Office West Virginia University PO Box 0877 Morgantown, WV 26507-0877

ovERNIGHt mAIlING AddRESS:

Sports Communications Office West Virginia University 107 Coliseum – 3450 Monongahelia Blvd. Morgantown, WV 26505 Office Web Site: www.WVUsports.com Alternative Information Site: www.collegepressbox.com

Two-year starting safety Terence Garvin is making the move to a different position for his final season. In the new 3-4 scheme employed during the spring, Garvin will now play the Star linebacker position. He led the WVU in 2010 in tackles with 76, including 41 solo tackles, had 4.5 tackles for loss, a sack, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries. Last season, he missed two games to injury but still put up similar numbers, finishing fourth on the team with 72 tackles, including 43 unassisted tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, three pass breakups and two interceptions. His top performance of the year was against Pitt, when he registered 14 tackles, including nine unassisted and had a tackle for loss. He had nine tackles at Maryland and returned an interception 37 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter.

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SpECIAl NotES

• Geno Smith ranked No. 6 on Phil’s Top 60 QB’s (draft eligible) • Tavon Austin ranked No. 5 on Phil’s Top 70 WR’s (draft eligible) • Stedman Bailey ranked No. 19 on Phil’s Top 70 WR’s (draft eligible) • Ryan Clarke ranked No. 11 on Phil’s Top 20 FB’s (draft eligible) • Joe Madsen ranked No. 14 on Phil’s Top 40 C’s (draft eligible) • Jeff Braun ranked No. 20 on Phil’s Top 60 G’s (draft eligible) • Josh Jenkins ranked No. 41 on Phil’s Top 60 G’s (draft eligible) • Tavon Austin ranked No. 1 on Phil’s Top 20 Kick Returners (draft eligible) • Tavon Austin ranked No. 6 on Phil’s Top 20 Punt Returners (draft eligible) • Terence Garvin ranked No. 23 on Phil’s Top 70 outside LB’s (draft eligible) • Darwin Cook ranked No. 35 on Phil’s Top 45 strong safeties (draft eligible) • The QBs are ranked No. 6 in Phil’s 2011 Top Individual Units

All-BIG 12 Team First Team Offense QB – Geno Smith WR – Stedman Bailey WR – Tavon Austin PR – Tavon Austin Second Team Offense OL – Joe Madsen KR – Tavon Austin Second Team Defense DB – Terence Garvin ThirdTeam Offense OL – Jeff Braun Third Team Defense DL – Will Clarke

BIG 12 NotES

• Ranks QB’s No. 2 in the nation and best in Big 12 • Ranks WR’s No. 3 in the nation and best in Big 12 • Geno Smith was second team quarterback on Preseason All-American Team • Tavon Austin was second team allpurpose on Preseason All-American Team • West Virginia ranks No. 12 in Preseason Top 25 Poll

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NAME Stedman Bailey K.J. Myers J.D. Woods Jordan Thompson Quinton Spain Nick Kindler Josh Jenkins Brandon Jackson Joe Madsen John Bassler Jeff Braun Russell Haughton-James Pat Eger Curtis Feigt Marquis Lucas Tavon Austin Dante Campbell Cody Clay Ryan Nehlen Ivan McCartney Geno Smith Paul Millard Ford Childress Ryan Clarke Donovan Miles Shawne Alston Andrew Buie Dustin Garrison Will Clarke J.B. Lageman Kyle Rose Jorge Wright Imarjaye Albury Shaq Rowell Tyler Anderson Chidoziem Ezemma Trevor Demko Jewone Snow Josh Francis Terence Garvin Shaq Petteway Wes Tonkery Jared Barber Nick Kwiatkoski Taige Redman Doug Rigg Isaiah Bruce Troy Gloster Brodrick Jenkins Lawrence Smith Cecil Level Karl Joseph Travis Bell Ishmael Banks Darwin Cook Matt Moro William Marable Pat Miller Avery Williams Terrell Chestnut Anthony Vecchio Tyler Bitancurt Corey Smith Corey Smith Michael Molinari Corey Smith Tyler Bitancurt Jerry Cooper Michael Molinari Tavon Austin Brodrick Jenkins Tavon Austin Stedman Bailey

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Imarjaye ALBURY

2012 West VIrGINIa NUmerIcaL roster
No. Name 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 19 20 22 22 23 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 33 33 34 35 35 36 36 37 38 39 40 41 44 46 47 48 49 50 53 56 57 59 60 62 63 67 70 70 73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 83 84 86 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 98 99 Pos. Tavon aUsTIN ...................................IR stedman BaILeY ........................... WR Ivan mCCaRTNeY ......................... WR Pat mILLeR ..................................... CB Ford CHILDRess ...........................QB Karl JosePH......................................s Richard RUmPH ............................. CB Jordan THomPsoN .........................IR sean WaLTeRs ...............................LB mikal maYo .................................... CB Geno smITH ...................................QB andrew BUIe .................................. RB Nana TWUm aGYIRe ..................... CB Paul mILLaRD ................................QB Dante CamPBeLL ............................IR Terrell CHesTNUT .......................... CB Josh FRaNCIs .................................LB Ismail sHoWeLL ...............................s KJ mYeRs...................................... WR anthony VeCCHIo ......................... CB shawne aLsToN ............................ RB Vince CoLaIaNNI .......................... WR avery WILLIams ............................. CB Dustin BRoWN .................................IR Brodrick JeNKINs .......................... CB Cecil LeVeL .................................... CB Darwin CooK ....................................s Pete mILLeR ................................... RB Travis BeLL ........................................s William maRaBLe .............................s Terence GaRVIN ..............................LB Dustin GaRRIsoN .......................... RB Donovan mILes ...............................FB Isaiah BRUCe ..................................LB Ryan CLaRKe ................................. RB Lucas HeNN ....................................LB Jared BaRBeR ................................LB Nate maJNaRIC ............................. RB Ishmael BaNKs .................................s anthony GUTTa .............................. RB Nick KWIaTKosKI...........................LB shaq PeTTeWaY .............................LB Chris smeLLeY ...............................FB Wes ToNKeRY ................................LB Lawrence smITH ............................ CB Nick CaDWeLL..................................s Tyler BITaNCURT ..............................K Curtis smeLLeY ..............................LB Corey smITH .................................K/P matt moRo ........................................s Doug RIGG .......................................LB michael moLINaRI........................H/P Troy GLosTeR .................................LB Taige ReDmaN ................................LB Tyler aNDeRsoN.............................LB Jewone sNoW.................................LB Jeff BRaUN ..................................... oL Chidoziem eZemma ...................... De John BassLeR ............................... oL Curtis FeIGT ................................... oL michael CaLICCHIo ...................... oL Quinton sPaIN ................................ oL James GaYesKI ............................. DL Brandon JaCKsoN ........................ oL Russell HaUGHToN-James ......... oL Joe maDseN .................................. oL Pat eGeR ........................................ oL Josh JeNKINs ................................ oL marquis LUCas .............................. oL Nick KINDLeR ................................ oL Ryan NeHLeN ................................ WR J.D. WooDs .....................................IR Connor aRLIa ...................................IR Terrence GoURDINe ..................... WR Jerry CooPeR .................................Ls Cody CLaY ........................................IR Ted RIeTsCHLIN ............................ DL shaq RoWeLL ................................ DL J.B. LaGemaN................................ De Trevor DemKo ................................ De Kyle Rose....................................... De Imarjaye aLBURY ........................... DL Ben TomaseK ............................... DL Will CLaRKe ................................... De Jorge WRIGHT ................................ DL

Name

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

Wt.
292 235 244 187 174 193 184 230 308 201 203 321 179 226 187 192 325 215 185 224 231 269 251 182 204 216 256 301 221 316 221 166 223 240 230 195 233 316 208 326 186 291 196 298 226 272 186 317 310 228 198 178 182 241 221 191 181

Year Fr. Sr. r-Jr. So. Sr. r-Jr. r-So. So. r-Sr. Jr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-So. r-Fr. So. r-Sr. r-So. r-Fr. r-Fr. Fr. r-Sr. r-Jr. r-Fr. r-Fr. r-Jr. r-So. r-So. r-Jr. r-Jr. r-Jr. Sr. So. Sr. r-Fr. r-So. r-So. r-Fr. r-Fr. r-So. r-Fr. r-Jr. r-Sr. Fr. r-Jr. r-Fr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-Fr. r-Sr. r-Jr. r-Jr. r-Fr. Jr. r-Sr. So. Sr. r-Sr.

HometoWN Miami, Fla. Phoebus Hampton, Va. Morgantown Morgantown, W.Va. Weirton Madonna Weirton, W.Va. Dunbar Baltimore, Md. Miramar Miami, Fla. Hargrave Military Richmond, Va. Davie Mocksville, N.C. Francis Scott Key New Windsor, Md. Glades Central Belle Glade, Fla. West Springfield Springfield, Va. Winters Mill Westminster, Md. Richwood Craigsville, W.Va. Providence Jacksonville, Fla. Trinity Christian Jacksonville, Fla. Heritage Leesburg, Va. C.W. Post Brooklyn, N.Y. East Ridge Clermont, Fla. Pottsgrove Pottstown, Pa. Houston Kinkaid Houston, Texas DeMatha Catholic Glen Burnie, Md. Allderdice Pittsburgh, Pa. George Washington Alum Creek, W.Va. Moon Moon, Pa. Shaw Cleveland, Ohio North Port North Port, Fla. Mount Caramel Area Kulpmont, Pa. Thomas Jefferson Pleasant Hills, Pa, New Haven Pomona, N.Y. Mercersburg Academy Berlin, Germany Lackawanna JC Damascus, Md. Pearland Pearland, Texas Loyola Blakefield Baltimore, Md. Deptford Deptford, N.J. Good Counsel Germantown, Md. Miramar Miami, Fla. Morgantown Morgantown, W.Va. American Heritage Plantation, Fla. University Morgantown, W.Va. St. Edward Euclid, Ohio South Fort Myers Fort Myers, Fla. Parkersburg Parkersburg, W.Va. Edgewater Orlando, Fla. Trinity Camp Hill, Pa. Bethel Park Bethel Park, Pa. Huntington Huntington, W.Va. WVU Tech Fayetteville, Ga. Miami Central Miami, Fla. Chardon Chardon, Ohio Green Akron, Ohio Ellsworth CC Virginia Beach, Va. Dunbar Baltimore, Md. Miramar Miramar, Fla. Brooke Point Stafford, Va. Flower Mound Flower Mound, Texas Hoover Birmingham, Ala. Fairfax Fairfax, Va.
Northwestern

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GeoGraPHIc BreakdoWN
aLaBama (1)
Birmingham: Pat Miller

2012 West VIrGINIa aLPHaBetIcaL roster
No. 48 46 19 80 36 50 89 47 93 90 9 18 36 41 44 12 38 56 67 10 95 37 14 19 11 22 81 Name
Michael MOLINARI Matt MORO KJ MYERS Ryan NEHLEN Shaq PETTEWAY Taige REDMAN Ted RIETSCHLIN Doug RIGG Kyle ROSE Shaq ROWELL Richard RUMPH Ismail SHOWELL Chris SMELLEY Curtis SMELLEY Corey SMITH Geno SMITH Lawrence SMITH Jewone SNOW Quinton SPAIN Jordan THOMPSON Ben TOMASEK Wes TONKERY Nana TWUM AGYIRE Anthony VECCHIO Sean WALTERS Avery WILLIAMS J.D. WOODS

oHIo (11)
akron: Nate Majnaric Bridgeport: Chris Smelley Curtis Smelly canton: Jewone Snow centerville: Kyle Rose chardon: Joe Madsen cleveland: Darwin Cook crestline: Ted Rietschlin euclid: Brandon Jackson maple Heights: Shaq Rowell steubenville: Shaq Petteway

FLorIda (21)
Belle Glade: Travis Bell clermont: Dante Campbell daytona Beach: Richard Rumph Fort myers: Brodrick Jenkins Hollywood: Sean Walters Jacksonville: Isaiah Bruce, Andrew Buie, K.J. Myers miami: Imarjaye Albury, Stedman Bailey, Terrance Gourdine, Marquis Lucas, Ivan McCartney, Matt Moro, Geno Smith, Lawrence Smith, Jorge Wright Naples: J.D. Woods Northport: Jerry Cooper Orlando: Karl Joseph Plantation: Russell Haughton-James

PeNNsYLVaNIa (7)
Bethel Park: Nick Kwiatkoski camp Hill: Nick Kindler kulpmont: Trevor Demko moon: Vince Colaianni Pittsburgh: Will Clarke Pleasant Hills: Pat Eger Pottstown: terrell chestnut

texas (4)
Flower mound: Paul Millard Houston: Ford Childress Pearland: Dustin Garrison katy: Jordan Thompson

GeorGIa (1)
Fayetteville: Cecil Level

Pos. H/P S WR WR LB LB DL LB DE DL CB S FB LB K/P QB CB LB OL WR DL LB CB CB LB CB IR

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

Wt.
198 192 201 205 222 228 270 242 270 310 180 186 225 225 211 214 182 245 335 159 312 214 191 182 196 181 189

Year r-So. Sr. r-Fr. r-Sr. So. r-Jr. r-So. Jr. r-Fr. r-Jr. Fr. r-Fr. r-Fr. r-Fr. r-Sr. Sr. r-Sr. r-So. r-So. Fr. r-Fr. r-So. r-Fr. r-So. Fr. So. r-Sr.

Last scHooL/Hs/Jc
Parkersburg South El Camino College First Coast University Steubenville Keyser Crestview Bergen Catholic Centerville Iowa Western CC Mainland Oakcrest Bridgeport Bridgeport Alabama Miramar William H. Turner Canton McKinley Petersburg Katy St. Rita of Cascia Bridgeport Bethesda Morgantown Hallandale Calvin Coolidge Golden Gate

HometoWN
Parkersburg, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Morgantown, W.Va. Steubenville, Ohio Keyser, W.Va. Crestline, Ohio Bloomfield, N.J. Centerville, Ohio Maple Heights, Ohio Daytona Beach, Fla. Mays Landing, N.J. Bridgeport, Ohio Bridgeport, Ohio Inwood, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Canton, Ohio Petersburg, Va. Katy, Texas Chicago, Ill. Shinnston, W.Va. Chevy Chase, Md. Morgantown, W.Va. Hollywood, Fla. Washington, D.C. Naples, Fla.

rosters

VIrGINIa (8)
Fairfax: Pete Miller Leesburg: Nick Cadwell Hampton: Shawne Alston Petersburg: Quinton Spain richmond: Ishmael Banks Springfield: Tyler Bitancurt stafford: Donovan Miles Virginia Beach: William Marable

ILLINoIs (1)
chicago: Ben Tomasek

ProNUNcIatIoN GUIde
Last Names
Twum Agyire (Nana) ---------------------------------------------------------- chum-aug-wire Bitancurt (Tyler) -------------------------------------------------------------------- bit-en-kurt Braun (Jeff) --------------------------------------------------------------------brawn like lawn Buie (Andrew) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- boo-E Colaianni (Vince) ------------------------------------------------------------------ call-E-annie Eger (Pat) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Egg-er Ezemma (Dozie) ----------------------------------------------------------------------ez-E-ma Calicchio (Mike) ----------------------------------------------------------------- ka-leech-E-O Feigt (Curtis) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------fight Gayeski (James) ---------------------------------------------------------------- gay-ESS-kee Gloster (Troy) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gloss-ter Gutta (Anthony) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gut-a Kwiatkoski (Nick) ------------------------------------------------------------KI-what-cow-ski Lageman (JB) -----------------------------------------------------------------------log-e-men Majnaric (Nate) ---------------------------------------------------------------------ma-jar-nick Molinari (Michael) ------------------------------------------------------------------ Mall-in-airy Petteway (Shaq) --------------------------------------------------------------------Pet-a-way Rietschlin (Ted) --------------------------------------------------------------------Ritch-e-lynn Rowell (Shaq) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Roll Showell (Ismail) ---------------------------------------------------------------------Show-well Tomasek (Ben) ------------------------------------------------------------------ Tom-uh-seck Vecchio (Anthony) ------------------------------------------------------------------ vech-E-O Imarjaye (Albury) ------------------------------------------------------------------ im-mar-JAY Ishmael (Banks) -----------------------------------------------------------------------Ish-meal Jewone (Snow) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ja-wan Jorge (Wright) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- George Shawne (Alston) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ shawn Tavon (Austin) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- TAY-von

marYLaNd (10)
Baltimore: Tavon Austin, Terence Garvin, Mikal Mayo chevy chase: Nana Agyire damascus: Josh Francis Germantown: Troy Gloster Glen Burnie: Ryan Clarke New Windsor: John Bassler severn: J.D. Izon Westminster: Jeff Braun

WasHINGtoN, d.c. (1)
Avery Williams

West VIrGINIa (14)
alum creek: Cody Clay craigsville: Dustin Brown Huntington: J.B. Lageman Inwood: Corey Smith keyser: Taige Redman morgantown: Tyler Anderson, Anthony Gutta, Lucas Henn, Ryan Nehlen, Anthony Vecchio Parkersburg: Josh Jenkins, Michael Molinari shinnston: Wes Tonkery Weirton: Connor Arlia

NeW JerseY (3)
Bloomfield: Doug Rigg deptford: James Gayeski mays Landing: Ismail Showell

NeW York (2)
Brooklyn: Mike Calicchio Pomona: Chidoziem Ezemma

First Names

NortH caroLINa (1)
mocksville: Jared Barber

GermaNY (1)
Berlin: Curtis Feigt

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imarJaYe 94
aLBURY
Defensive Line
6-0, 292, FR.
NORTHWESTERN MIAMI, FLA. MORGANTOWN MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

tYler

aNDeRsoN
Defensive End
6-2, 244, R-JR.

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HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Billy Rolle at Northwestern High • Helped lead Northwestern High to a 16-6 record as a two-year starter at defensive tackle • In 2011, finished with 65 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss and four sacks • Helped Northwestern advance to the regional semifinals of the 2010 Florida 6A state playoffs Invited to 2012 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl • Played in the Nike South Florida All-Star Football Game for the Miami-Dade All-Stars • Miami Herald Miami-Dade County Top 25 Recruit • Two-time all-county selection

• Moved from linebacker to defenseive end during the spring • Named the 2012 Tom Nickolich Award recipient, WVU’s top walk-on

2011 (r-so.)
• Added depth at strong-side linebacker • Contributed on special teams • Played in all 13 contests in 2011 • Registered one tackle and tied for a team high with one tackle for loss at Rutgers • Had a career-high five tackles at Maryland • Had a four tackles against Norfolk State • Recorded two tackles against Marshall

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 22 • Son of Lyndon and Sandra Albury • One of four children • Enrolled in January 2012 • Majoring in pre-engineering

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Played in all 13 games, mostly on special teams • 2009 WVU Scout Team Defense Player of the Year

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: Colorado

HIGH scHooL
• Starter at linebacker and tight end for coach John Bowers at Morgantown High • Two-time all-state performer, first team as a senior, second team as a junior • Finished with 58 tackles, five sacks and two fumble recoveries as a senior

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 17 • Son of Michael Anderson and Kathy and Jack Torsney • One of four children • Majoring in sport management • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

TYLER

aNDeRsoN

62

sHaWne 20
aLsToN
Running Back
5-11, 235, SR.
PHOEBUS HAMPTON, VA.

• One of the unquestioned offensive leaders • Outstanding runner on short yardage and goal line situations

2011 (Jr.)
• Paced team with 12 rushing touchdowns • Ranked No. 2 in the Big East in scoring TDs (6.5 ppg) • Averaged one TD every 8.1 rushes in 11 games • Scored winning touchdown in two of the last three regular-season games (at Cincinnati, vs. Pitt) • Scored two touchdowns in five games • Gained a team-best 77 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns against Clemson in the Orange Bowl; also attempted a game- and career-high 20 carries • Scored two rushing touchdowns, including the go-ahead TD late in the fourth quarter against Pitt • Scored winning touchdown at Cincinnati with one-yard rush up the middle • Scored two rushing TDs against Louisville, becoming the first Mountaineer to score two rushing TDs in back-to-back games since Ryan Clarke in 2010 • Had a career day in win at Rutgers, netting a career-best 110 rushing yards on a season-high 14 attempts for two touchdowns; first 100-yard rushing game of career • Opened WVU’s scoring at RU with a career long 52-yard rushing score • Netted 46 rushing yards at Syracuse, including a one-yard TD • Had a strong day against Bowling Green and scored first career rushing touchdowns • Saw significant time against LSU and earned 14 yards off four carries • Saw first action of season at Maryland and ran six times for 20 yards • Converted two third-down rushing attempts at Maryland

SHAWNE

2010 (so.)
• Played in all 13 games • Team’s third-leading rusher (248 yards) • Saw first extended action against UNLV, running six times for 32 yards • Season-high 75 yards on 17 carries with a long of 23 against Cincinnati • Collected 71 yards on 16 carries at Pitt with a long run of 19

aLsToN

2009 (Fr.)
• Saw limited action in five games, finishing with six carries for 18 yards with a long of eight, all at Syracuse

aLstoN’s rUsHING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Games 11 13 5 29 att. 97 56 6 159 Yards 416 248 18 682 avg. 4.3 4.4 3.0 4.3 TD 12 0 0 12 Long 52 23 8 52

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bill Dee at Phoebus High • As a senior, rushed for 2,278 yards and scored 34 touchdowns, including 971 yards and 10 touchdowns in the state playoffs • Associated Press Group AAA first-team all-state • Newport News Daily Press Offensive Player of the Year • Led Phoebus to a 14-0 record and its second consecutive state title • One of only two Peninsula District players to ever rush for more than 2,200 yards in a single season

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 3 • Son of Asha Alston • Majoring in criminology and investigations • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

63

taVon
5-9, 174, SR.
DUNBAR BALTIMORE, MD.

aUsTIN
IR/KOR/PR

1

• One of the nation’s top playmakers • Has played in 40 career games and started 27

• Finished with 287 all-purpose yards against LSU, the sixth-best WVU single-game total • Connected with Smith on a career long 72-yard reception against LSU • Tallied a game-best 122 receiving yards on 11 receptions at Maryland • One of three players to finish with moiré than 100 yards receiving at Maryland, the first time three players netted at least 100 yards on catches in WVU history and the first time since 1998 WVU had multiple 100-yard receivers • Caught a team-best six passes and collected a game-high 193 all-purpose yards, including 82 receiving yards, against Norfolk State • Had a game-best 190 all-purpose yards in season-opening win over Marshall; including being one of only six Mountaineers to return a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown

2011 (Jr.)
• Started at wide receiver in 2010 • Moved to inside receiver during 2011 spring • Handled kickoff and punt return duties • Named first team All-American return specialist by CBSSports.com and Phil Steele and third team by Associated Press • Big East Special Teams Player of the Year • West Virginia Offensive Player of the Year (coaching staff) • First Team All-Big East (ESPN.com, Coaches, Phil Steele) as a wide receiver and return specialist • Named to Yahoo! Sports, CBSSports.com and collegefootballnews.com’s all-bowl teams as a wide receiver • Named to ESPN.com’s all-bowl team as an all-purpose player • Led the nation in all-purpose yardage, averaging 198.0 ypg • Finished 2011 with 101 catches, a WVU single-season record • One of two receivers to have 100 or more catches in Big East Conference history • One of four WVU receivers to finish with 1,000 or more receiving yards in a season (1,186) • Ranked No. 8 in the NCAA, No. 2 in the Big East, in receptions (7.8 p/g), and No. 23 in the nation, No. 3 in the Big East, in receiving yards (91.2 yds/g) • Ranked No. 6 nationally, No. 1 in the Big East, in punt returns (14.1) and No. 20 in kickoff returns (26.6) • Caught an Orange Bowl and BCS record four touchdowns on 12 receptions, also a bowl record, in win over Clemson; his four TD catches were a WVU bowl and school record, while his 12 catches tied a school record • Four TDs against Clemson were a career high and set WVU bowl record for points in a game (24) • Finished with 123 receiving yards against Clemson, fifth 100-yard receiving game of the season and the seventh of his career • Tallied a game-best and Orange Bowl record 280 all-purpose yards, including 117 on kick returns with a long return of 36 yards. • Caught a game-best seven catches at USF; also netted a game best 208 all-purpose yards • 90-yard kickoff return for a TD at USF, second kickoff return for a TD on the season and third in his career • Caught a game-best 10 passes for 102 yards, also a game best, in win over Pitt • Caught a nine-yard pass to convert a critical fourth-and-six in fourth quarter on game-winning drive vs. Panthers • Grabbed a game-best nine passes for 126 yards, also a game high, at Cincinnati; also had a game-best 249 all-purpose yards • Tallied a game-best 271 all-purpose yards in UofL game, including five kickoff returns for 161 yards with a long return of 39 yards • Exploded for a game-best 163 all-purpose yards in tough conditions at Rutgers, including a career best 80-yard touchdown run, WVU’s longest rush from scrimmage in 2011 and longest since Noel Devine scored on an 88-yard run against Pitt on Nov. 27, 2009 • Caught a game-high 11 passes for 187 yards, also a game- and career-best, against LSU; yardage was eighth-best single game total in WVU history

2010 (so.)
• Played in 13 games and started 11 • Named All-Big East first team by rivals.com and second team by the Big East coaches and Phil Steele • Second on the team with 58 receptions for a team-leading 787 yards • Led the team with eight receiving touchdowns • 100 or more yards receiving against Maryland (106) and Rutgers (121) • Season-high nine catches at Marshall and 121 yards against Rutgers • No. 2 on WVU’s sophomore receiving yards list, No. 8 on WVU season reception chart and tied for No. 6 for receiving touchdowns in a season • WVU Offensive Champion: Maryland, Cincinnati, Pitt, Rutgers • 172 all-purpose yards against Maryland, including seven catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns • Two touchdown catches for 83 yards with a season-long of 71 at Pitt • Six receptions for a season-high 121 yards with a long of 43 against Rutgers • 46-yard touchdown run against the Scarlet Knights • Nine catches for 85 yards at Marshall • Tied for the team lead with five receptions against NC State in the Champs Sports Bowl

2009 (Fr.)
• Played in all 13 games and started four • Named to the All-Big East Freshman Team by ESPN.com • Long reception was a 58-yard touchdown grab against ECU • Nine kickoff returns, including a 98-yard return for a touchdown against UConn • Scored his first career touchdown on a 58-yard reception against East Carolina

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Lawrence Smith at Dunbar High in Baltimore • Two-time Maryland Consensus Offensive Player of the Year • Consensus first team all-state • Set Maryland records for career points (790), touchdowns (123), total offensive yards (9,258) and rushing yards (7,962) • Led Dunbar High to three consecutive Class 1A state titles • As a senior, rushed for 2,660 yards and scored 34 touchdowns on just 218 carries for 12.2 yards per carry average

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 15 • Son of Cathy Green • One of four children • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

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aUstIN’s receIVING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Games 13 13 13 39 Catches 101 58 15 174 Yards 1,186 787 151 2,124 avg. 11.7 13.6 10.1 12.2 TD 8 8 1 17 Long 72 71 58 72

aUstIN’s kIckoFF retUrN statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Returns 36 12 17 65 Yards 938 230 426 1,594 avg. 26.1 19.2 25.1 24.5 TD 2 0 1 3 Long 100 50 98 100

aUstIN’s PUNt retUrN statIstIcs
Year 2011 Returns 19 Yards 268 avg. 14.1 TD 0 Long 64

aUstIN’s rUsHING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Games 13 13 13 39 att. 16 16 6 38 Yards 182 162 47 390 avg. 11.4 10.1 7.8 10.3 TD 1 1 1 3 Long 80 46 19 80

aUsTIN

TAVON

65

steDman
Wide Receiver
5-10, 193, R-JR.
MIRAMAR MIAMI, FLA.

BaILeY

3

• One of the nation’s top playmakers • Has played in 26 career games and started 22

2011 (r-so.)
• All-Big East First Team (Phil Steele, ESPN.com) • All-Big East Second Team (Coaches) • Ended the year with 1,279 receiving yards, a WVU single-season mark • Ranked No. 13 in the NCAA, No. 1 in the Big East, in receiving yards (98.4 yards./game); also tied for No. 52 in NCAA, No. 4 in the Big East, in receptions (5.5/game) • Also No. 3 in the Big East in TD scoring (5.5 ppg) • Named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 10 • Set school record for consecutive 100-yard receiving games (5): Maryland, LSU, Bowling Green, UConn and Syracuse • Paced team with 12 receiving touchdowns, averaging one TD on every 6.0 catches • Caught five catches for 82 yards in Orange Bowl, including a six-yard touchdown • Crucial in WVU’s game-tying and game-winning drives at USF, catching four combined passes for 55 yards, including a 26-yard reception on fourth-and-10 that put WVU in position for the game winning field goal; caught a game-best seven catches for a game best 80 yards in victory • Named WVU’s Offensive Player of the Week with 80 yards on three catches in win over Pitt, including a 63-yard touchdown reception, WVU’s first score of the game • Had his seventh 100-yard receiving game of season with 104 yards on six catches at Cincinnati • Connected with Geno Smith on a 59-yard score at UC, the team’s first TD of the day • Had a game-best 118 yards on a career-best eight catches vs. Louisville • Caught two TD passes against the Cards for his second multiplescore game of 2011 • Scored on a 9-yard grab at Rutgers • Netted a game-best 130 receiving yards on seven catches at Syracuse • Battled two SU defenders for ball and scored a spectacular 64-yard touchdown • Exploded against UConn, catching a game-best seven passes for a career-high 178 yards and two TDs • Tallied an 84-yard TD reception, a career-long catch, against the Huskies, WVU’s fifth-longest scoring reception from scrimmage in program history • His 84-yard TD catch was WVU’s longest since Tito Gonzales’ 79 yard TD (from Pat White) vs. Oklahoma in the 2008 Fiesta Bowl • Had a game-best 112 receiving yards on four catches against Bowling Green • Caught a career-best eight passes for 115 yards against LSU • Caught a 20-yard TD against LSU, the team’s first score of game • Caught a career-high eight passes for 113 yards in start at Maryland, including an 18-yard TD • One of three players to finish with more than 100 yards receiving at Maryland, the first time three players netted at least 100 yards on catches in WVU history and the first time since 1998 WVU had multiple 100-yard receivers • Paced the team with a game-best 76 receiving yards in seasonopening win over Marshall

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Played in 13 games and started nine • Earned All-Big East freshman honors by ESPN.com • WVU Offensive Champion: Maryland, Cincinnati • Fourth-leading receiver with 24 receptions for 317 yards, four touch downs and a long of 32 • Made the first five receptions of his career, a season high, at Marshall for a season-high 72 yards with a long of 30 • Four catches for 60 yards against Maryland, two touchdowns with a long of 26 • Four catches for 61 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown, tying his season-long catch, against NC State in the Champs Sports Bowl.

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by former Mountaineer Damon Cogdell at Miramar High • Florida Class 6A first team all-state as a senior and second team as a junior • No. 6-rated player in Broward County according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel • Caught 68 passes for 1,163 yards and 14 touchdowns

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 11 • High school teammate of current Mountaineers Geno Smith and Ivan McCartney • Son of John Bailey and Tara Daniels • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

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BaILeY

STEDMAN

BaILeY’s receIVING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 Totals Games 13 13 26 Catches 72 24 96 Yards 1,279 317 1,596 avg. 17.8 13.2 16.6 TD 12 4 16 Long 84 32 84

67

Connor
5-11, 187, SO.
WEIRTON MADONNA WEIRTON, W.VA.

aRLIa
Inside Receiver

83
HARGRAVE MILITARY RICHMOND, VA.

isHmael
Safety
6-0, 184, R-SO.

BaNKs

34

2011 (Fr.)
• Added depth at inside receiver and saw limited action on special teams • WVU Defensive Scout Team Champion: Pitt

• Moved from left cornerback to free safety in the spring

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Added depth at left cornerback and played on passing downs • Saw action in all 13 games and was used on more than 100 plays on defense • Recorded two tackles against Clemson • Collected one solo tackle at USF • Made one stop versus Pitt • Recorded two tackles at Cincinnati • Recorded one solo tackle against UConn • Had three tackles and a pass defended against LSU • Recorded one tackle against Norfolk State

HIGH scHooL
• Started for Coach Bob Kramer at Weirton Madonna • Two-time first team all-state selection • Named MVP of state championship game • Selected MVP of North-South All-Star Game • Invited to play in the U.S. Army Combine • Wendy’s Heisman winner • An All-Valley and all-conference honoree

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 21 • Son of Mike and Maribeth Arlia • One of three children • Majoring in exercise physiology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: Connecticut, Louisville

PreP scHooL
• Coached by Robert Prunty at Hargrave Military • Finished with four interceptions • Rivals.com prep school third-ranked cornerback and Top 25 nationally • Finished with an interception on the goal line against South Alabama • Blocked a punt against Walter Reed Prep

ISHMAEL

BaNKs

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Stu Brown at Varina High • All-Central Region Second Team • 47.5 tackles, four tackles for loss, 15 pass breakups and two forced fumbles as a senior • Returned four interceptions for 67 yards and a touchdown

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 17 • Son of Dwight and Carol Banks • One of three children • Enrolled in general studies

BaNks’ deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 G. 13 T 9 ass. Total 2 11 TFL 0 sacks 1 Int. 0 PBU 0 FF 0 FR 0

68

JareD
Linebacker
6-0, 230, SO.
DAVIE MOCKSVILLE, N.C.

BaRBeR

33
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY NEW WINDSOR, MD.

JoHn

BassLeR
Of fensive Line
6-4, 308, R-SR.

60

2011 (Fr.)
• Saw action at middle linebacker as a true freshman • Played in 12 games and started two • Finished with 23 total tackles, including two for loss and had three pass breakups • WVU Special Teams Champion: Maryland • Season-high six tackles against Clemson in the Orange Bowl, including one for loss and two pass breakups

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in eight games • Provided depth at center • Also used on special teams

2010 (r-so.)
• Played in all 13 games • Saw action on more than 55 plays on the offensive line

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Doug Illing at Davie High • Finished career with 529 total tackles, 78 tackles for loss, 18.5 sacks and one interception • Finished 2010 season with 79 solo tackles, 43 assisted tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and four pass breakups • Collected 13 tackles, including six solo stops against North Davidson in the first round of the state playoffs • Three time All-Central Piedmont Conference, including 2009 Central Piedmont Conference Defensive Player of the Year

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Saw limited action, seeing time in four games • Used on more than 20 plays as a member of the backup line

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bill Hyson at Francis Scott Key High • Third team all-state • Two-time All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League on offense and defense • Named as an offensive lineman to play in the Super 22 all-star game, featuring the best players from the Baltimore metro area

PersoNaL
• Birthday is October 20 • Son of Lee and Dreama Barber • Enrolled in general studies • One of four children • Garrett Ford Honor Roll

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 26 • Son of Bob and Carol Bassler • One of two children • Majoring in industrial math and statistics • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

BarBer’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. G. 2011 12 T ass. Total 13 10 23 TFL 2/6 sacks 0 Int. 0 PBU 3 FF 0 FR 0

BaRBeR

JARED

BassLeR

JOHN

69

tYler
Kicker

BITaNCURT
6-1, 203, R-SR.
WEST SPRINGFIELD SPRINGFIELD, VA.

40

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Three-year starting kicker • Ended year at No. 5 on WVU’s career kick scoring list (260); No. 5 on WVU’s career field goals made list (39/54); No. 3 on WVU’s career PAT made list (143) • Tied for No. 36 nationally in field goals per game and was No. 7 in the Big East • No. 28 nationally in scoring and No. 1 in Big East • Hit on 16-of-22 field goals with a long of 45 yards • Set Orange Bowl record by going 10-for-10 on PATs • Hit game-winning 28-yard field goal at USF as time expired; totaled three field goals and scored 12 points • Connected on a 28-yard field goal at Cincinnati and scored six total points • Converted on a 27-yard field goal at Syracuse • Scored 13 points three times (Bowling Green, Maryland, Norfolk State), which is his second-best single-game total • Connected on field goals of 31 and 33 yard against UConn and scored 11 total points • Hit 2-for-2 field goals against Bowling Green with field goals of 30 and 45 yards, which tied his career long • Made 3-of-3 at Maryland with field goals of 35, 34, 21 yards to total 13 points • Totaled 13 points vs. Norfolk State • Field goals of 17 and 21 yards vs. Norfolk St. • Converted on field goals of 27 and 43 yards vs. Marshall

TYLER

BITaNCURT
2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bill Renner at West Springfield High • All-state kicker as a senior • Connected on 13-of-17 field goal attempts, including a 50-yarder • Made 49-of-50 extra points • 13 field goals were the most in the state and tied him for the seventh most in a season in state history • For his career, he finished with 15-of-20 field goals with a long of 50 yards, 107-of-108 extra point attempts, including consecutive streak of 70

2010 (r-so.)
• Ranked No. 7 on WVU’s career kick scoring (151), career extra points made (82) and tied for • No. 8 on WVU’s career field goal made (23) lists • Tied for No. 1 in the Big East in PAT percentage, No. 7 in kick scoring, No. 8 in field goals per game and No. 10 in overall scoring • Hit the game-winning field goal in overtime at Marshall • WVU Special Teams Champion: Marshall

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 5 • Son of Mauro and Teresa Bitancurt • One of two boys • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

2009 (r-Fr.)
• All-Big East First Team by the league coaches, ESPN.com, The Sporting News, rivals.com and second team by Phil Steele • Named to the All-Big East Freshman Team by The Sporting News, ESPN.com and rivals.com • Made field goals of 40 yards or more five times • His 13 field goals tied him for No. 10 on WVU single-season chart • No. 11 on WVU’s single-season extra point made list • No. 10 on the school’s season kick scoring list • No. 5 in the Big East in kick scoring and No. 10 in overall scoring (6.2) • Tied for No. 5 in Big East in field goals made per game (1.00) and No. 3 in PAT percentage • Big East Special Teams Champion: Liberty, Pitt • WVU Special Teams Champion: Liberty, Pitt • Connected on a career-high four field goals against Pitt, including game-winner as time expired • Four field goals tied his Milan Puskar Stadium record for most field goals in a game, set earlier in season gainst Liberty

BItaNcUrt’s kIckING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals FG/a 16/22 10/17 13/15 39/54 Pct. 72.7 58.8 86.7 72.2 1-29 8/8 5/6 2/2 15/16 30-39 5/6 3/4 6/7 14/17 40-49 3/4 2/7 5/6 10/17 50-99 Long 0/0 45 0/0 43 0/0 45 0/0 45

BItaNcUrt’s scorING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals FG/a 16/22 10/17 13/15 39/54 Pct. 72.7 58.8 86.7 72.2 PaT/a 61/63 41/41 41/42 143/146 Pct. 96.8 1.000 97.6 97.9 Points 109 71 80 260

70

Jeff

BRaUN
Of fensive Line
6-5, 321, R-SR.
WINTERS MILL WESTMINSTER, MD.

57
GLADES CENTRAL BELLE GLADE, FLA.

traVis
Safety
6-2, 201, JR.

BeLL

26

• Moved from left guard to right guard during the spring

2011 (so.)
• Added depth at free safety • Used extensively on special teams • Played in 11 games • Made first career start at Cincinnati and finished with a personal-best six tackles, including tying for game-high honors with four assisted tackles • Saw significant playing time against UConn and recorded two tackles; also had one pass breakup

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Started every game at left guard in 2011 • Moved to left guard after 2011 spring when Josh Jenkins was injured • Only allowed one sack all season • Ranked third on line, seeing action in 912 plays • Helped pave the way for the WVU offense to average 37.6 points per game and to finish with more than 4,500 passing yards and more than 6,100 total yards • Saw action on 70 or more plays in five games • Saw action on 80 or more plays in three games, including season high 87 against LSU • Had 52 knockdowns, second-best mark on team, averaging 4.0 per game • Registered five or more knockdowns in five games • Registered six or more knockdowns in three games: Clemson, Rutgers and Syracuse

2010 (Fr.)
• Played in 13 games • Finished with five tackles, including four solo stops

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Jessie Hester • Florida Class 2A all-state first team • Collected 62 tackles and 10 interceptions as a senior

2010 (r-so.)
• Started all 13 games at right tackle • Led the offensive line with 49 knockdowns and was second with six thunderbolt blocks • Named third team All-Big East by Phil Steele • WVU Offensive Champion: Cincinnati

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 4 • Son of the late Jerlean Bell • Godmother is Cathy Seider and brother is Nija Peterkin • Enrolled in general studies • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Played in 11 games • Used as a backup at center and guard

BeLL’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 Totals G. 11 13 24 T ass. Total 4 6 10 4 1 5 8 7 15 TFL 0 0 0 sacks 0 0 0 Int. 0 0 0 PBU 1 0 1 FF 0 0 0 FR 1 0 1

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted.

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Ken Johnson at Winters Mill High • 2007 Maryland consensus all-state by the Associated Press • Three-year, two-way starting center-defensive lineman • Considered the best lineman outside the metro areas • For his career, he finished with 127 tackles, seven sacks, four pass breakups and two fumble recoveries

BRaUN

JEFF

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 30 • Son of Stacey and the late Jeff Braun, Sr. • Majoring in physical education teaching • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

71

isaiah

BRUCe
Linebacker
6-1, 226, R-FR.
PROVIDENCE JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

31

anDreW
BUIe
5-9, 187, SO.
TRINITY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

13

Running Back

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

2011 (Fr.)
• Played in 11 games and started two • Tallied 45 rushing yards on 13 carries in Orange Bowl and finished with 77 all purpose yards • Ran for a career long 12-yard rush at Cincinnati; also caught two passes for 17 yards, including a career best 20-yard catch • Nabbed an 18-yard reception vs. Louisville • Reached the end zone for the first time as a Mountaineer at Mary land from 10 yards out • Netted a team- and career-best 51 yards against the Terps • Earned start in first college game against Marshall, finishing with 41 all-purpose yards

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Paul Peterson at Providence High • Four-year starter who helped lead Providence to a record of 33-11 over his career, including a 10-2 record as a senior and an appearance in the regional finals • 2010 Jacksonville Times-Union Super 24 • Completed 2010 with 101 tackles, six sacks, five tackles for loss and three blocked kicks • Three-time first team all-city • State champion in the 300-meter hurdles

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 11 • Son of Robert Spenser and Virginia Bruce • One of three children • Enrolled in general studies

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Verlon Dorminey at Trinity Christian Academy • 29-6 as a three-year starter, winning the Florida 1A state championship in 2010 • Rushed for 1,782 yards on 211 carries with 26 touchdowns as a senior in 2010 • As a junior, he had 201 carries for 1,901 yards and 22 touchdowns • Had five receptions for 174 yards and two touchdowns, while throwing for 379 yards and seven touchdowns • Had nine games of at least 100 rushing yards

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 9 • Son of Andrew Buie and Katina Kelly • Enrolled in general studies

BUIe’s rUsHING statIstIcs
Year 2011 Games 11 att 51 Yards 172 avg, 3.4 TD 1 Long 12

BUIe’s receIVING statIstIcs

ANDREW

Year 2011

Games 11

Catches 13

Yards 85

avg. 6.5

TD 0

Long 20

BUIe
72

NICK
Safety

Cadwell
5-9, 192, r-Sr.
Heritage Leesburg, Va.

39
east ridge CLermont, FLa.

DANTE

Campbell
Inside Receiver
6-4, 215, r-Fr.

15

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Saw limited action, making an appearance in the Orange Bowl • WVU Scout Team Champion: Syracuse

2011 (Fr)
• redshirted

2010 (r-So.)
• Did not see game action • WVU Scout Team Champion: UNLV, Louisville

HigH ScHool
• Coached by Bud O’Hara at East ridge High • Played four years and started two • Helped lead East ridge to a four-year record of 31-13, including an 8-2 mark as a senior • Finished 2010 with 43 catches for 639 yards and seven touchdowns • 2010 first team Orlando Sentinel All-Central Florida offense • No. 20 on the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Super 60 • As a junior, he finished with 31 catches for 486 yards, an average of 14.6 yards per catch and three touchdowns.

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Did not see game action • Scout team champion: rutgers

2008 (Fr.)
• redshirted

HigH ScHool
• Lettered for Coach Wes Driskell at Heritage High • Selected all-district and all-region • Collected 126 tackles, including 60 solo stops and nine sacks as a senior • Finished with 218 career tackles

PerSonal
• Birthday is May 13 • Son of Diondrae Campbell and Alesha Culp • One of six children • Enrolled in general studies

PerSonal
• Birthday is Nov. 7 • Son of Paul and Kris Cadwell • One of three children • Majoring in business management • Garrett Ford Academic Honor roll • Big East Academic All-Star

TERRELL
cornerback
6-0, 177, r-Fr.
PottsgroVe Pottstown, Pa.

Chestnut

16

• Won two conference championships and made four appearances in the District 1-AAA playoffs, winning the district title in 2010 • Four-time first team all-state • Played in the 2011 Big 33 Game between Ohio and Pennsylvania • Two-time Pottstown Mercury Area Player of the Year • Four-time first team All-Pioneer Athletic Conference • 2010 Maxwell Football Club Mini Maxwell Award • 2010 PAC-10 Defensive Player of the Year • Three-time Pottstown Mercury All-Area • Two-time All-Philadelphia team

2011 (Fr.)
• redshirted

PerSonal
• Birthday is Dec. 10 • Son of Charlotte Barnes • One of seven children • Enrolled in general studies

HigH ScHool
• Coached by former Mountaineer rick Pennypacker at Pottsgrove High

73

ford

CHILDRess
quarterback
6-5, 224, FR.
HOUSTON KINKAID HOUSTON, TExAS

7
DEMATHA CATHOLIC GLEN BURNIE, MD.

ryan

CLaRKe
Running Back
6-0, 231, R-SR.

32

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Steve Hill at Houston Kinkaid High • Led team to a 20-1 record in two seasons as a starter, winning back-to-back Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) championships in 2010 and 2011 • Completed 184-of-292 passes for 3,171 yards and 41 touchdowns and only seven interceptions in 10 games as a senior, completing 63 percent of his passes • No. 6 in passing yards and No. 2 in touchdown passes in the Houston area • Threw for 300 or more yards in six games and 400 or more yards in one game • Finished 2010 season completing 177-of-307 passes for 2,658 yards, 25 touchdowns and 13 interceptions • Threw for 300 or more yards in three games • Two-time All-SPC first team quarterback • Invited to the 2012 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl • ESPNU Top 150 recruit

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Second-year starter at fullback • Played in 12 games and started five

2010 (r-so.)
• Played in 13 games and started four • WVU Offensive Champion: Cincinnati, Louisville • Mountaineers’ second-leading ground gainer, with 291 yards on 80 carries • Scored a team-high eight rushing touchdowns • Season-high 65 yards on 15 carries against Maryland with a long of 13 • Ran six times for 28 yards and scored two touchdowns at Pitt, with long of 15 • Career-high three touchdowns in the season finale against Rutgers

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Played in 12 games and started one • WVU Offensive Champion: Cincinnati • Mountaineers’ third-leading rusher with 60 carries for 250 yards and eight touchdowns • Also had two catches for 15 yards with a long reception of nine • Second on the team in touchdowns scored (8) and third in scoring (48) • Collected a season-high 14 carries for 58 yards, a touchdown and a long run of 24 at Rutgers • Ten carries for 29 yards against Pitt, biggest run of the game was the first down he converted in the fourth quarter on fourth down to set up the game-winning field goal • Sixty rushing yards and a touchdown at Cincinnati • Finished with seven carries for 14 yards, two touchdowns and a six-yard catch at Syracuse

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 1 • Son of Ray and Kara Childress • Father, Ray, was a five-time NFL Pro Bowl selection for the Houston Oilers, a two-time All-American at Texas A&M and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame • One of five children • Enrolled in January 2012 • Majoring in pre-pharmacy

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bill McGregor at DeMatha Catholic High • Finished with 35 carries for 456 yards and six touchdowns as a senior • All-Washington, D.C. First Team by All-DCSportsFan.com

PersoNaL
• Birthday is April 17 • Son of Greg and Dale Clarke • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

RYAN

cLarke’s rUsHING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Games 12 13 12 37 att 0 80 60 140 Yards 0 291 250 541 avg, 0.0 3.6 4.2 3.9 TD 0 8 8 16 Long 0 23 37 37

CLaRKe

74

Will

CLaRKe
Defensive Line
6-6, 269, R-JR.
ALLDERDICE PITTSBURGH, PA.

98
GEORGE WASHINGTON ALUM CREEK, W.VA.

Cody

CLaY
Inside Receiver
6-3, 251, R-FR.

88

• Moved to defensive tackle during the spring

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted as he transitioned from tight end to inside receiver • Offensive Scout Team Champion: Marshall

2011 (r-so.)
• Played defensive end, starting 11 of 13 contests • Tied game high with one sack against Clemson in the Orange Bowl • Recorded a career-high nine total tackles at USF, including eight unassisted and one tackle for loss • Finished with four total tackles vs. Pitt, including two solo stops • Registered first career sack and had two tackles at Rutgers; also tied for a team high with one tackle for loss • Recorded three tackles against UConn; had team-high one pass breakup (first of his career) • Recorded three total tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss against LSU • Had three tackles against Maryland • Recorded two solo tackles in start against Norfolk State • Made first career start against Marshall, registering four tackles

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Steve Edwards at George Washington High • Helped lead George Washington to a combined record of 32-6 as a three-year starter, including an 11-1 record as a senior • As a senior, he helped lead George Washington to the Mountain State Athletic Conference championship and the No. 1 seed in the state playoffs • Collected 27 receptions for 389 yards, four touchdowns and a two-point conversion • Finalist for Hunt Award, given to the top lineman in West Virginia • Selected to play in the Chesapeake Bowl, a regional all-star game in Baltimore • Invited to play in the West Virginia North-South All-Star Game • West Virginia Class 3A 2010 first team all-state defensive tackle • Two-time All-MSAC first team tight end • Two-time first team All-Kanawha Valley defensive tackle • 2009 West Virginia Class 3A second team all-state receiver • Finished 2009 with 20 receptions for 278 yards and four touchdowns • Participated in the U.S. Army National Combine

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Played in four games • Sustained an ankle injury in the Marshall game that hampered his performance most of the 2010 season • Finished with an assisted tackle, including an assisted tackle for loss against Coastal Carolina • Solo tackle against NC State in the Champs Sports Bowl

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

PersoNaL
• Birthday is January 10 • Son of Chuck and Roxanne Clay • One of two children • Majoring in biochemistry

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Don Schmidt at Taylor Allderdice High • Pittsburgh North-South All-Star • Two-time Tribune Review All-City League as tight end and linebacker • Pennsylvania Top 40 lineman

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 4 • Son of William and Beverly Clarke • Father starred in basketball at Duquesne • One of three children • Majoring in criminology and investigations

cLarke’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 Totals G. 13 4 17 T ass. Total TFL sacks 19 15 34 5/25 2/16 1 1 2 0.5/2 0 20 16 36 5.5/27 2/16 Int. 0 0 0 PBU 1 0 1 FF 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0

WILL

CLaRKe

75

darwin
Safety
5-11, 204, R-JR.
SHAW CLEVELAND, OHIO

CooK

25
NORTH PORT NORTH PORT, FLA.

CooPeR
Long Snapper
5-11, 216, R-SO.

JerrY

86

2011 (r-so.)
• Started all 13 games at bandit safety • Ranked No. 14 in the Big East in total tackles • Second on the team in tackles (85), solo tackles (51), assisted tackles (34) and interceptions (2) • WVU Defensive Champion: Norfolk State • Had a pivotal 99-yard fumble return for touchdown in Orange Bowl; also collected four total tackles • Made four unassisted tackles at USF • Had one interception and eight tackles versus Pitt • Collected five tackles at Cincinnati • Tied for game-high honors with 10 tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss against Louisville • Recorded a game-high 11 tackles at Rutgers; also tied for a game high with five solo tackles and two passes defended • Tied for a game high with eight tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss, which was the first of his career, against UConn • Had six tackles and one pass breakup against LSU • Had seven tackles and his first career interception at Maryland • Had a team- and career-high 11 tackles against Norfolk State

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Did not see any game action

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Played for Coach Sasha Hyer at North Port • Two-year all-area as a fullback and linebacker • Three-year captain • South-Central Florida All-Star Football Classic • Ranked No. 3 long snapper at Ray Guy Kicking Academy

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Oct.10 • Son of Jerry and Holly Cooper • One of two children • Majoring in sociology and anthropology

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Played in 13 games • Finished with nine tackles, including eight solo stops and a fumble recovery • Three solo tackles and recovered a fumble against Coastal Carolina • Collected solo tackles against Maryland, UNLV, USF, UConn, Rutgers

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: Connecticut

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Rodney Brown at Shaw High • Associated Press Division II All-Ohio First Team as a senior and second team as a junior • Ohio Varsity Division I-II All-State third team • Had 99 tackles, 20 sacks and caused six fumbles on defense • Collected 92 tackles, including 22 sacks and had six interceptions

PersoNaL
• Birthday is July 17 • Son of Chris and Corie Cook • One of four children • Majoring in exercise physiology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

cook’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 Totals G. T ass. Total 13 51 34 85 13 8 1 9 26 59 35 94 TFL 1/1 0 1/1 sacks Int. PBU 0 2/21 4 0 0 0 0 2/21 4 FF FR 0 2/99 0 1 0 3

DARWIN

CooK

76

trevor
6-6, 256, R-SO.
MOUNT CARAMEL AREA KULPMONT, PA.

DemKo
Defensive End

92
THOMAS JEFFERSON PLESANT HILLS, PA.

pat

eGeR
Of fensive Line
6-6, 301, R-JR.

76

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Played in four games • Finished with three tackles • Season-high two assisted tackles against Bowling Green

• Returns for second year as starter at right tackle

2011 (r-so.)
• Played in 13 games and started 12 at right tackle • Made his first career start against Marshall • Saw time on 837 offensive plays in 2011 • Season-high 82 plays against Clemson • Finished the year with 24 knockdowns • Season-high five knockdowns against Clemson

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • WVU Scout Team Champion: USF, Louisville

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bob Chesney at Mount Carmel Area High • Two-year starter at offensive tackle and defensive end • Two-time Associated Press All-State DE, First Team in 2009, second team in 2008 Pennsylvania Football News 2A second team all-state • 2008 Reading Eagle Defensive Player of the Year • 2008 Sunbury Daily Item Defensive Player of the Year • In an injury-shortened senior year, he had 38 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a fumble recovery • Helped lead Mount Carmel to a 20-6 record over the last two seasons, including the 2008

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Played in three games • Scout Team Champion: Louisville

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: Auburn.

HIGH scHooL
• Coach by Bill Cherpak at Thomas Jefferson High • Harrisburg Patriot News Platinum 33 Team • WPIAL Class AAA First Team All-State • Associated Press Class AAA First Team All-State

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 1 • Son of Tom and Peggy Demko • One of four children • Majoring in business and economics • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • President’s List

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Feb. 14 • Son of Terrie and the late Mike Eger • One of two children • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

PAT

eGeR
77

chidoziem59
eZemma
Defensive End
6-2, 221, R-JR.
NEW HAVEN POMONA, N.Y.

curtis
6-7, 316, R-JR.
MERCERSBURG ACADEMY BERLIN, GERMANY

FeIGT
Of fensive Line

62

2011 (Jr.)
• Redshirted after transferring from New Haven • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Cincinnati

2011 (r-so.)
• Saw action at right tackle • Moved from defensive line during spring • Played in four games and started one against Pitt • Used on more than 60 plays, including career-high 34 against Pitt • Season-high two knockdowns against Pitt

2010 (so.)
• Played in all 10 games and started three • Helped lead New Haven to an 8-2 record and the Northeast 10 Championship • Recorded 15 solo and 11 assists for 26 total tackles • Second on the team with 7.5 tackles for loss

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Scout Team Champion: Louisville, Pitt

2009 (Fr.)
• Saw time in eight games • Recorded eight tackles, including five unassisted

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Dan Walker at Mercersburg Academy • All-Mid-Atlantic Prep League • Hagerstown Herald-Mail All-Area Second Team • Came to Mercersburg (Pa.) Academy during his junior year after growing up in Germany • Finished with 41 tackles, 5.5 sacks, eight tackles for loss and four pass breakups

HIGH scHooL
• Played for Bari Vitolo at Ramapo Senior High • Two-year starter who had eight sacks, 14 tackles for loss and 70 tackles as a senior • Earned all-section, all-county and all-league honors • Named the school’s Athlete of the Season

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 23 • Son of Ambrose and Glory Ezemma • Majoring in computer engineering • One of five children • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 23 • Son of Andre Rogalski and Andrea Feigt • Majoring in criminology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

FeIGT
78

CURTIS

josh

FRaNCIs
Linebacker
6-1, 221, SR.
LACKAWANNA JC DAMASCUS, MD.

17
PEARLAND PEARLAND, TExAS

dustin
5-9, 166, SO.

GaRRIsoN
Running Back

29

• Will play buck linebacker in new 3-4 defensive scheme

• Injured left knee during Orange Bowl practice and missed the Clemson game; did not participate in spring practice

2011 (Jr.)
• Saw action in eight games and started one • Used primarily on special teams • Finished with nine tackles, including seven solo stops • Season-high four tackles, including three unassisted tackles against LSU • Two solo stops against Bowling Green

2011 (Fr.)
• Played in 12 games and started eight • Rushed for 291 yards and two scores on 32 carries in first start against Bowling Green, the second-best single game total in 2011 • ECAC Offensive Rookie of the Year • Finished with 16 rush attempts at USF and netted team-best 87 a yards, including game-tying five-yard rushing TD in fourth quarter • Talllied a team-best 58 yards on the ground at Syracuse; also caught a career-best five catches • His 291 yards rushing against Bowling Green tied Kerry Marbury (Temple, 10/23/71) for the second-best rushing performance in school history; rushing total was the single-game best for a WVU freshman • His 291 rushing yards against BGSU was the first 200-yard rushing effort for WVU since Noel Devine had 220 yards against Colorado (2009) • Had 233 yards rushing in the first half against the Falcons, a WVU school record • One-yard TD rush against LSU brought WVU to within six points in third quarter; score followed a 19-yard reception • Earned first collegiate score with a one-yard rush in third-quarter action against Norfolk State

JUNIor coLLeGe
• Coached by Mark Duda at Lackawanna College • Named a 2010 NJCAA first team All-American • Named a “Super Sophomore” by The Sporting News • Finished two-year career with 95 tackles, 13 sacks, accumulating 98 yards and 19 tackles for loss

HIGH scHooL
• Played for coach Dan Makosy at Damascus High (Md.) • Helped lead Damascus to two state championships • First team all-state selection as a senior • Finished with 85 tackles, including 12 sacks

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 30 • Son of Adrienne Francis • Majoring in sociology and anthropology

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Tony Heath at Pearland High • Led Pearland to a 16-0 record and Texas 5A state championship as a senior • 2010 Texas APSE Class 5A first team all-state offense • 2010 Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Offensive Player of the Year • 2010 Touchdown Club of Houston Offensive Player of the Year • 2010 Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston first team offense • For his career, he had 607 carries for 4,261 yards rushing and 62 touchdowns

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 15 • Son of Daryl and Shondalon Guillot • One of four children • Enrolled in general studies

GarrIsoN’s rUsHING statIstIcs
Year 2011 Games 12 att 136 Yards 742 avg, 5.5 TD 6 Long 42

DUSTIN

GaRRIsoN

GarrIsoN’s receIVING statIstIcs
Year 2011 Games 12 Catches 24 Yards 201 avg. 8.4 TD 0 Long 36

79

terence
Linebacker
6-3, 223, SR.
LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD BALTIMORE, MD.

GaRVIN

28

• Missed spring practice after having knee surgery on Dec. 11 • After starting two years at spur safety, will play star linebacker in new 3-4 defensive scheme

2011 (Jr.)
• Started all 11 games in which he played, missing Cincinnati (head injury) and Clemson (knee injury) • Ranked No. 13 in the Big East in total tackles • Ranked No. 4 on the team in sacks (3.5); tied for second on the team in interceptions (2) • WVU Defensive Champion: Marshall • Set career highs and had game-high honors against Pitt with nine solo tackles and 14 total tackles; also had a game-high five solo stops and one tackle for loss • Tied for team high with six unassisted tackles against Louisville • Recorded five tackles and one pass defended at Rutgers • Had game, season and career highs in sacks and tackles for loss against UConn with 1.5 each; also had five total tackles • Recorded six tackles, one interception, one tackle for loss and a game-high one sack against Bowling Green • Recorded six tackles against LSU • Had first career interception and returned it for touchdown at Maryland • Recorded a team-high six tackles against Norfolk State

TERENCE

GaRVIN

2010 (so.)
• Started all 13 games • Ranked No. 16 in the Big East in tackles per game • All-Big East Third Team by Phil Steele • WVU Defensive Champion: Coastal Carolina, USF, Louisville • Finished with 76 total tackles, including 41 unassisted tackles, one sack, 4.5 tackles for loss, four pass breakups, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries • Collected five or more tackles in nine games • Registered a season-high 10 tackles against Coastal Carolina, including four solo stops and assisted on a tackle for loss • Assisted on seven tackles at Marshall and had a pass breakup • Tied for the team-lead with seven tackles against UNLV, including four unassisted tackles, a pass breakup, assisted tackle for loss • Finished with seven unassisted tackles against USF

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 1 • Son of Terry and Pat Garvin • Youngest of two children • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

2009 (Fr.)
• Played in 10 games • Finished with 10 tackles for the season, including three unassisted tackles

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Brian Abbott at Loyola Blakefield High • Maryland Consensus all-state team as a defensive back • Played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, the state’s all-star game • Made 32 tackles and intercepted two passes on defense • Helped Loyola to three MIAA Class A Conference titles • As a senior, finished with 32 tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery

GarVIN’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 2009 Totals G. 11 13 10 34 T ass. Total TFL sacks 43 29 72 5.5/13 3.5/5 41 35 76 4.5/17 1/8 3 7 10 0 0 87 71 158 10/30 4.5/13 Int. 2 0 0 2 PBU 3 4 0 7 FF 0 1 0 1 FR 0 2 0 2

80

troy

GLosTeR
Linebacker
5-11, 230, R-SO.
GOOD COUNSEL GERMANTOWN, MD.

49
AMERICAN HERITAGE PLANTATION, FLA.

russell 73
HaUGHToN-James
Of fensive Line
6-5, 316, R-FR.

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Added depth at strong-side linebacker • Saw action in 10 games, mostly on special teams • Finished with five tackles

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • WVU Offensive Scout Team Champion: Bowling Green

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • WVU Scout Team Champion: Louisville, Rutgers

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Byron Walker at American Heritage • Played left tackle in 2010 • Helped American Heritage to a 7-5 record and averaged 306.2 yards per game of total offense and 188.3 rushing yards per game • Florida Sun Sentinel Top 50 Seniors in Broward County • Played in the 2011 Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Star Football Game presented by Under Armour • Played right tackle in 2009, helping guide Western to a 6-4 record • Helped lead North Broward Prep to a 10-1 mark in 2008

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bob Milloy at Good Counsel High • 2009 Maryland consensus all-state team • Played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, the state all-star game • Maryland Top 20 players by rivals.com • As a senior, he registered 70 tackles, including three sacks, 10 tackles for loss and four pass breakups • Helped lead Good Counsel to an 11-1 record and the WCAC Championship • Member of the National Society of High School Scholars

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 16 • Son of David Haughton-James and Tina McCabe, and Kimberly Anderson • One of three children • Enrolled in general studies

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 4 • Son of Terry and Jocelyn Gloster • One of three boys • Majoring in business management • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic Honor Roll

brandon70
JaCKsoN
Of fensive Line
6-3, 326, R-FR.
ST. EDWARD EUCLID, OHIO

• Two-year starter who went 15-0 as a senior, won the Ohio Division I championship and was ranked No. 13 in the country by USA Today • Played left tackle in 2010 • Team averaged 268.1 rushing yards per game with three players over 900 yards rushing, while also averaging 115.8 passing yards per game • Participated in the 2010 U.S. Army National Combine

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

PersoNaL
• Birthday is April 2 • Son of Juanita Jackson • One of two children • Majoring in Journalism

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Rick Finotti at St. Edward High

81

josh

JeNKINs
Of fensive Line
6-4, 291, R-SR.
PARKERSBURG PARKERSBURG, W.VA.

77

• Two-year starter at left tackle • Played in 29 career games and started 24

2011 (sr.)
• Redshirted after suffering left knee injury during spring

2010 (Jr.)
• Started all 11 games in which he played • All-Big East Second Team by rivals.com and Phil Steele • Sustained a knee injury against Maryland and was out for the LSU and UNLV games • Led the offensive line in thunderbolt blocks (7) and was third in knockdowns (42)

2009 (so.)
• All-Big East Third Team by Phil Steele • Started all 13 games • Had 10 thunderbolt blocks and 46 knockdowns

2008 (Fr.)
• Played in five games • Saw action in the first five games before a knee injury against Rutgers sidelined him for the rest of the season • Finished with five knockdowns

JOSH

JeNKINs

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bernie Buttrey at Parkersburg High • USA Today first team All-American • Parade Magazine All-American team • Three-time AAA All-State first team selection • First West Virginia player to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl • Collected 158 pancake blocks • Finished with 113 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, seven sacks and four fumble recoveries • Helped lead the Big Reds to a 13-1 record and the AAA state championship in back-to-back seasons

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 27 • Son of Deborah Johnson • Majoring in Multidisciplinary Studies

82

brodrick23
JeNKINs
cornerback
5-10, 186, R-JR.
SOUTH FORT MYERS FORT MYERS, FLA. EDGEWATER ORLANDO, FLA.

Karl
Safety

JosePH
5-10, 196, FR.

8

• Returns as starter at field cornerback after earning starting job at the end of 2011 season • Has played in 26 career games and started four

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Zac Yarbrough at Edgewater High • Helped lead Edgewater to a 7-4 record as a senior • Finished 2011 with 126 tackles (97 solo), three sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, four blocked punts and two blocked field goals • Two-time Orlando Sentinel Defensive Player of the Year • Twice named first team Orlando Sentinel All-Central Florida on defense • Registered 142 tackles (109 solo) in 2010, to go along with 22 tackles for loss, nine sacks, three interceptions and three fumble recoveries • Rated No. 7 on Orlando Sentinel 2012 Central Florida Super60 • Ranked No. 53 on Miami Herald 2012 Pre-Spring Florida Top 101 • Also was No. 48 on Orlando Sentinel 2012 Florida Top 100

2011 (r-so.)
• Played in all 13 games and made four starts • Started the final three games • Second on the team with eight passes defended • Tied a career high with five solo tackles against Clemson; also broke up one pass • Collected four tackles and a game-high two pass breakups at USF • Registered a game-high two pass breakups against Pitt, had one tackle for loss and made four total tackles • Collected career-high six tackles and had one pass breakup at Cincinnati • Earned first career start at Rutgers and finished with a game-high two interceptions; also tied a game high with two passes defended

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 8 • Son of Marie Joseph • Enrolled in January 2012 • Enrolled in general studies

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Played in all 13 games, mostly used on passing situations • WVU Defensive Champion: Louisville • Registered 18 tackles for the season, including 17 solo stops and two pass breakups • Season-high four solo tackles and a pass breakup against UNLV • Tied his season-high four solo tackles against NC State in the Champs Sports Bowl

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Grant Redhead at South Fort Myers High • One of seven Southwest Florida players invited to play in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Game • District 16 Player of the Year • Made 48 tackles, four interceptions and nine pass breakups on defense and caught 12 passes for 431 yards, 13 carries for 128 yards, 392 yards in kick returns and scored eight touchdowns

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 7 • Son of Kevin Taylor and Tarshia Jenkins • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

JeNkINs’ deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 Totals G. 13 13 26 T ass. Total 22 5 27 17 1 18 39 6 45 TFL sacks 2/10 0 0 0 2/10 0 Int. 2 0 2 PBU 8 2 10 FF 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0

BRODRICK

JeNKINs

83

niCK

KINDLeR
Of fensive Line
6-6, 298, R-JR.
TRINITY CAMP HILL, PA.

79
BETHEL PARK BETHEL PARK, PA.

niCK

KWIaTKosKI
Linebacker
6-2, 226, R-FR.

35

2011 (r-so.)
• Played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams • Added depth at left tackle

• Will play will linebacker in new 3-4 defensive scheme

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Did not see any game action

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Jeff Metheny at Bethel Park High • Played wide receiver and safety • Missed first two months of senior season with back injury • Returned in November to help lead Bethel Park to the second round of the WPIAL playoffs and a top 10 ranking in the state • Selected to play in the Chesapeake Bowl • No. 32 on 2011 rivals.com Pennsylvania Postseason Top 40 • Named to the 2010 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Preseason Fabulous 22 list • 2009 all-WPIAL AAAA Great Southern Football Team • Named to The Almanac’s 2009 Football All-Star team • As a junior, he was Bethel Park’s third leading rusher (445 yards on 67 carries) and third leading receiver (259 yards on 17 catches) • Scored 11 touchdowns as a junior

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: East Carolina, Louisville

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Jeff Boger at Trinity High • Harrisburg Patriot News Platinum 33 Team • Two-time Associated Press Class AA All-State first team

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Dec. 28 • Son of Stephen and Kathleen Kindler • One of five children • Majoring in criminology • Dean’s List • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 26 • Son of Frank and Pam Kwiatkoski • One of two children • Enrolled in general studies

NICK

KINDLeR

84

J.B.

LaGemaN
Defensive Line
6-3, 272, R-SR.
HUNTINGTON HUNTINGTON, W.VA.

91
WVU TECH FAYETTEVILLE, GA.

CeCil

LeVeL
cornerback
5-10, 186, R-SR.

24

• Moved from defensive end to defensive tackle during the spring

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams • WVU Special Teams Champion: Marshall, Norfolk State • Finished with 11 tackles, including seven solo stops • Registered two tackles against Marshall, at Maryland and Connecticut

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in seven games, adding depth at defensive tackle • Also used at defensive end • Finished with four tackles, including two against Norfolk State

2010 (r-so.)
• Played in three games • Finished with three tackles, including assisting on a tackle for loss

2010 (Jr.)
• Redshirted while sitting out to meet transfer eligibility requirements • WVU Defensive Scout Team Champion: Maryland, Louisville

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Saw limited action • Finished with a sack and a forced fumble

WVU tecH
• Ranked No. 6 in WVIAC in tackles as a sophomore (65) • Finished with 3.5 tackles for loss • Started as true freshman, finishing with 44 tackles, including 28 unassisted tackles and two interceptions

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Lettered for coach Zack Wilson at Huntington High • Two-time Class 3A all-state selection • Played in the North-South All-Star Game • Earned all-state honors two years in wrestling

HIGH scHooL
• Played for Coach Tommy Web at Fayette County High • Helped lead Fayette County to 11-1 record as a senior • Big Hit Award recipient

PersoNaL
• Birthday is July 8 • Son of Cecil and Deidra Level • One of three children • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Oct. 17 • Son of Joseph and Judy Lageman • Majoring in history

J.B.

LaGemaN

CECIL

LeVeL

85

marquis
LUCas
6-4, 317, R-FR.
MIAMI CENTRAL MIAMI, FLA.

78
GREEN AKRON, OHIO

nathan
Running Back
6-0, 228, R-JR.

maJNaRIC

33

Of fensive Line

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • WVU Scout Team Offensive Champion: Maryland, Cincinnati

2011 (r-so.)
• Did not see game action

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Did not see game action • Scout Team Offensive Champion: Maryland, Louisville

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Telly Lockette at Miami Central High • Two-year starter who helped lead Miami Central to 26-3 two-year record, including a 14-1 record in 2010 • Won the 2010 Florida Class 6A state championship • Miami Herald All-Dade County First Team Offense • Played in the 2011 Nike South Florida All-Star Football Game presented by the Tournament of Championships

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Three-year letterwinner for coach Tom Stacy at Green High • Team captain as a senior • Four-time Suburban League All-Scholar Team

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 25 • Son of Tommy Lucas • One of four children • Enrolled in general studies

PersoNaL
• Birthday is June 5 • Son of Daniel and Darla Majnaric • One of two children • Majoring in athletic coaching education • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Dean’s List • Big East Academic All-Star

86

joe

maDseN
Of fensive Line
6-4, 310, R-SR.
CHARDON CHARDON, OHIO

74

• Three-year starter at center • Started all 38 career games in which he has played

2011 (r-Jr.)
• All-Big East First Team (ESPN.com) • All-Big East Second Team (Coaches, Phil Steele) • WVU Offensive Player of the Week against Maryland • Helped pave the way for the WVU offense to average 37.6 points per game and to finish with more than 4,500 passing yards and more than 6,100 total yards • Ranked second on the offense, seeing action on 943 plays • Saw action on 70 or more plays in six games • Saw action on 80 or more plays in two games • Led the team with 55 knockdowns, averaging 4.2 knockdowns per game • Season-high seven knockdowns against LSU • Finished with five or more knockdowns in six games

2010 (r-so.)
• Started all 12 games in which he played • Named All-Big East First Team by Phil Steele • Awarded the WVU John Russell Award, team’s best lineman • Allowed only one sack • Tied for second on the team with six thunderbolt blocks • Fourth on the team with 33 knockdowns • Offensive Champion: UNLV, USF, Cincinnati

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Started all 13 games • Named to the Big East All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News, ESPN.com and rivals.com • Selected for the WVU Gridiron Gladiator Award by the coaching staff • WVU Offensive Champion: Syracuse • Finished with seven thunderbolt blocks and 43 knockdowns • Helped the Mountaineers produce a 1,000-yard rusher and a 2,000-yard passer

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Offensive Scout Team Champion: Rutgers

JOE

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Jim Dipofi at Chardon High • Two-way starter at defensive tackle and offensive tackle • Collected 59 total tackles, including 21 solo stops, five sacks and 18 tackles for loss • Also had 16 assisted tackles, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery • Selected All-Ohio First Team guard

maDseN

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 1 • Son of Eric and Reta Madsen • Youngest of four children • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

87

william
Safety
6-0, 198, R-JR.
ELLSWORTH CC VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.

maRaBLe

27
MIRAMAR MIAMI, FLA.

iVan C

m CaRTNeY
Wide Receiver
6-2, 182, JR.

5

2011 (r-so.)
• Played in six games • Used primarily on special teams • Finished with three tackles • Registered solo tackles at Rutgers and Louisville • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Norfolk State

2011 (so.)
• Played in 13 games and started 10 games at wide receiver • Named All-Big East Third Team (Phil Steele) • Ranked No. 7 in the Big East in receptions (3.8 per/g) and No. 9 in receiving yards (45.0 yards/g) • Third on the team in catches and yards and fourth in receiving touchdowns • Tallied a career-best 131 receiving yards against UConn, including a 51-yard catch, also a career best • Grabbed a game-best five catches for 54 yards against Bowling Green, including a 33-yard TD • Caught a career-best eight catches for 101 yards, in second career start at Maryland • One of three players to finish with over 100 yards receiving at Maryland, the first time three players netted at least 100 yards on catches in WVU history and the first time since 1998 WVU had multiple 100yard receivers • Caught four passes for 61 yards against Louisville • Tallied 59 yards on six catches against LSU • Recorded first career touchdown and five receptions in seasonopening win over Marshall

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Started 11 games at Ellsworth Community College • Finished with a team-leading 74 tackles • Collected three pass breakups • Returned a fumble 64 yards for a touchdown • Had a season-high 14 tackles against Iowa Central CC • Registered nine stops against Joilet JC and against Lackawanna JC

2009 (Fr.)
• Attended Ellsworth CC but did not play football

HIGH scHooL
• Played for coach Darnell Moore at Bayside High • Registered 55 tackles as a senior, including 20 unassisted • Had a forced fumble and an interception • Finished with three pass breakups • As a junior, he finished with 36 tackles, one sack, two interceptions and eight pass breakups

2010 (Fr.)
• Played in 12 games • One catch for four yards against Rutgers • Finished with one carry for two yards against UNLV

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 26 • Son of Willie Marable and Brenda Rogers • One of four children • Majoring in sports and exercise psychology

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by former Mountaineer Damon Cogdell at Miramar High • Played in the U.S. Army All-American game • Named 2009 Florida Class 6A all-state first team • The Sporting News Top 35 • Broward County Florida Times Union No. 1 wide receiver and Super 75 overall • Miami Herald Top 5 in South Florida • As a senior, had 37 catches for 747 yards and 10 touchdowns

IVAN
C

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Oct. 5 • Son of Ivan, III, and Azya McCartney • One of three children • Cousin of NFL receiver Chad Ochocinco • Majoring in communication studies

m CaRTNeY

mccartNeY’s receIVING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 Totals Games 13 12 25 Catches 49 1 50 Yards 585 4 589 avg. 11.9 4.0 11.8 TD 3 0 3 Long 51 4 51

88

donovan 30
mILes
Running Back
6-1, 241, R-SR.
BROOKE POINT STAFFORD, VA.

paul

mILLaRD
quarterback
6-1, 221, SO.
FLOWER MOUND FLOWER MOUND, TExAS

14

• Moved from strong-side linebacker to fullback in the spring

2011 (Fr.)
• Saw action in four games as backup quarterback • Saw action against Clemson in Orange Bowl • Saw fourth-quarter action against Connecticut and Bowling Green • Connected with Stedman Bailey on a career-long 45-yard pass against Bowling Green • Saw his first collegiate action in fourth quarter against Norfolk State • Connected with Brad Starks on a 30-yard strike against Norfolk State for his first collegiate touchdown

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in 12 games • Added depth at linebacker but used primarily on special teams • Finished with 10 tackles • Season-high three tackles, including two solo stops at Cincinnati • Two tackles against Connecticut and Pitt

2010 (r-so.)
• Saw limited action before an ankle injury ended his season

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Cody Vanderford at Flower Mound High • No. 1 nationally rated quarterback in passing and No. 2 in total offense by MaxPreps • Completed 331-of-500 passes for an area-best 4,491 yards and 47 touchdowns in 11 games as a senior • Named 5A All-State Honorable Mention • Earned DFW 5A All-Area Second Team honors • Threw for 300 or more yards in 10 games, 400 or more yards in seven games and 500 or more yards once • Helped lead Flower Mound to the District 8-5A championship • Season-high 528 yards and four touchdowns against Martin

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Saw limited time, playing in three games • Used primarily on special teams

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Defensive Scout Team Champion: East Carolina

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Jeff Berry at Brooke Point High • Finished with 107 tackles, including eight sacks and 21 tackles for loss as a senior • Two-time all-district and all-area performer

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 9 • Son of Colleen and the late Robert Millard • One of four boys • Majoring in pre-physical education teaching • Dean’s List • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Aug. 7 • Son of Candise Downs • One of four children • Majoring in criminology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

DONOVAN

PAUL

mILes

mILLaRD

89

pat

mILLeR
cornerback
5-11, 191, SR.
HOOVER BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

6
FAIRFAx FAIRFAx, VA.

pete

mILLeR
Running Back
5-7, 181, R-SR.

28

• Has played in 35 career games and started 11

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Did not see game action

2011 (Jr.)
• Played in 13 games and started nine games at right cornerback • Had 66 tackles (50 solo), two interceptions and three pass break-ups • WVU Defensive Champion: Maryland • Recorded second interception of season and had two tackles against Clemson • Had a 52-yard interception return for a touchdown at USF • Collected eight tackles against Louisville, including team-high seven solo tackles • Finished with seven tackles against Bowling Green, including team high five unassisted tackles • Registered seven tackles, including five solo stops against LSU • Recorded a career-high 11 tackles and two pass breakups at Maryland

2010 (Jr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: LSU, UNLV, Louisville

2009 (so.)
• Played football at Erie Community College

2008 (Fr.)
• Played football at Averett University

HIGH scHooL
• Played at Fairfax High • As a senior, led team in rushing with 855 yards and six touchdowns • As a junior, led team in rushing with 854 yards and four touchdowns

2010 (so.)
• Played in 13 games and started two • Registered 20 tackles, including 14 solo stops, one tackle for loss and four pass breakups

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Feb. 24 • Son of Pete and Brenda Miller • One of two children • Majoring in sociology and anthropology

2009 (Fr.)
• Played in nine games • Finished with two solo tackles and a pass breakup

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Rush Propst for three years and Josh Niblett as a senior at Hoover High • Earned Alabama State Sportswriters Association Class 6A honorablemention all-state honors • Birmingham News Alabama Top 24 (15) • Tuscaloosa News Top 50 recruits in Alabama (19) • Played in Mississippi-Alabama All-Star classic in Mobile, Ala.

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 21 • Son of Dale and Jean Miller • Also has two brothers and a sister • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

mILLer’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 2009 Totals G. 13 13 9 35 T ass. Total 50 16 66 14 6 20 2 0 2 66 22 88 TFL sacks Int. PBU 1.5/1 0 2/58 3 1/4 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 2.5/5 0 2 8 FF 1 0 0 1 FR 0 0 0 0

PAT

mILLeR

90

michael
6-2, 198, R-SO.
PARKERSBURG SOUTH PARKERSBURG, W.VA.

moLINaRI
Holder/Punter

48
EL CAMINO JC MIAMI, FLA.

matt
Safety

moRo
6-0, 192, SR.

46

2011 (r-Fr.)
• One of the team’s punters • Also served as the team’s holder on field goals and extra point attempts • Special Teams Champion: Connecticut • Seven punts at Cincinnati for a 37.1 avg.; long punt went for 58 • Despite snow and wind at Rutgers, punted a career-high eight times with a long of 48 yards • Sold punting effort at Syracuse with three punts for a 44.7 avg. • Made collegiate debut against UConn,punting five times for 43.0 avg.

2011 (Jr.)
• Played in seven games, primarily on special teams • Finished with six tackles, including four solo stops

JUNIor coLLeGe
• Played for Coach John Featherstone at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif. • Earned Southern California Football Conference Second Team honors • Finished second on the team with 41 tackles, forced two fumbles and led the team with seven pass breakups • Played seven games at College of the Desert as a freshman • Finished with 24 tackles, including 20 solo stops • Also recorded three pass breakups, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Played running back, kicked field goals, punted and played safety for coach Jon Bolen at Parkersburg South High • Earned second team all-state honors as a senior • Finished 3-for-4 on field goals and 44-of-47 on PATs • Voted North MVP in the North-South All-Star Game • Played in the BACF All-Star Game

HIGH scHooL
• Lettered for coach Patrick Burroughs at Miami Southridge High

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 10 • Son of Mario Moro and Corally Silva • One of three children • Majoring in sociology and anthropology

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 15 • Son of Serge and Cindy Molinari • One of four children • Both sisters played soccer at WVU • Majoring in exercise physiology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Dean’s List • Big East Academic All-Star

moLINarI’s PUNtING statIstIcs
Year 2011 Punts 30 Yards 1,116 avg. 37.2 Long 58 TB 2 FC 5 I20 11 50+ 1

MATT

moRo
moLINaRI
MICHAEL

91

KJ

mYeRs
Wide Receiver
6-2, 201, R-FR.
FIRST COAST HS JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

19
UNIVERSITY MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

ryan

NeHLeN
Wide Receiver
6-3, 205, R-SR.

80

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Offensive Scout Team Champion: Rutgers, USF

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in 13 games and started one • Caught a career best 21-yard reception in UConn win • Caught first career TD, a 15-yard strike, against Bowling Green • Caught first career catch, converting a third-down attempt with a huge 13-yard fourth quarter reception, at Maryland; catch kept drive alive and led to victory-preserving field goal • Earned first career start against Marshall • Given the Tom Nickolich Award, WVU’s top walk-on • Awarded scholarship after spring drills

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Marty Lee at First Coast High • Team went 11-1 in 2010, falling in the regional semifinals • 2010 Florida Times-Union Super 75 recruit • 2010 Florida Times-Union Super 24 • 2010 All-First Coast Second Team Offense • 2010 all-conference first team • Scout.com Top 150 wide receiver • Finished senior season with 600 receiving yards, 18.3 yards per catch and nine touchdowns • Also played baseball

2010 (r-so.)
• Saw action in six games, primarily on special teams

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 19 • Son of Kenneth and Andria Myers • One of three children • Majoring in pre-communications studies

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Saw limited action, appearing in two games

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Offense Scout Team Champion: Connecticut

HIGH scHooL
• Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter for coach John Kelley at University High • Class 3A First Team All-State as a senior • Had 16 touchdown receptions as a senior • Class salutatorian • U.S. Marine Corps Scholar Award

NeHLeN

RYAN

PersoNaL
• Birthday is July 21 • Son of Dan and Janie Nehlen • Father is WVU equipment manager • Grandson of Hall of Fame WVU coach Don Nehlen • Nephew of former Mountaineer All-American and NFL standout quarterback Jeff Hostetler • Oldest of two children • Majoring in exercise physiology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Dean’s List • President’s List • Big East Academic All-Star

NeHLeN’s receIVING statIstIcs
Year 2011 Games 13 Catches 5 Yards 64 avg. 12.8 TD 1 Long 21

92

shaq

PeTTeWaY
Linebacker
6-0, 222, SO.
STEUBENVILLE STEUBENVILLE, OHIO

36
KEYSER KEYSER, W.VA.

taige

ReDmaN
Linebacker
6-1, 228, R-JR.

50

• Will play star linebacker in the new 3-4 defensive scheme

2011 (r-so.)
• Played in 13 games, primarily on special teams • Finished with two tackles • Registered a solo tackle against Bowling Green • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Pitt

2011 (Fr.)
• Played in 12 games • Saw action at safety and was used extensively on special teams • Made two tackles at USF • Saw significant playing time against UConn and recorded two solo tackles, which tied a career high • Registered two tackles against Bowling Green

2010 (r-Fr.)
• Did not see any game action • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Coastal Carolina, Louisville

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Reno Saccoccia at Steubenville High • Collected 87 tackles as a senior • An All-Valley captain as a senior • 2010 JJHuddle.com All-Ohio First Team Defense • Two-time All-Ohio First Team • Two-time Wheeling Intelligencer All-Valley First Team • 2008 All-Ohio Honorable Mention • Earned Dapper Dan Special Achievement Award • Finished 2009 with 98 tackles, 18.5 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks and two forced fumbles • Had 116 tackles and 19 tackles for loss in 2008

2009 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Syracuse

HIGH scHooL
• Two-time All-State First Team • Finished runner-up for the Sam Huff Award, given to the state’s top linebacker • Collected 325 tackles for his career, including 119 tackles as a senior, 56 solo, 12 for loss and eight sacks • Selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Feb. 2 • Son of Keisha Petteway • One of three children • Enrolled in general studies

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Feb. 20 • Son of Barry Williams and Penny Redman • One of 11 children • Majoring in criminology

PetteWaY’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. G. 2011 12 T ass. Total 5 3 8 TFL 0 sacks 0 Int. 0 PBU 0 FF 0 FR 0

PeTTeWaY

SHAq

TAIGE

ReDmaN

93

ted

RIeTsCHLIN
Defensive Line
6-6, 270, R-JR.
CRESTVIEW CRESTLINE, OHIO

89
BERGEN CATHOLIC ORADELL, N.J.

doug

RIGG
Linebacker
6-0, 242, JR.

47

2011 (r-so.)
• Did not see game action • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Marshall

• Has played in 24 career games with nine starts

2011 (so.)
• Played in 11 games and started nine at strong-side linebacker • Forced fumble at the goal line that produced Darwin Cook’s 99-yard fumble return against Clemson; also had two tackles • Finished with four tackles at USF; also had a sack; recovered fumble in fourth quarter that led to game-winning field goal • Finished with three tackles, including a tackle for loss, against Louisville • Assisted on three tackles and on a tackle for loss at Rutgers • Did not play against Bowling Green or UConn due to wrist injury suffered against LSU • Had a career- and team-high nine tackles against LSU, including assisting on a tackle for loss • Had two tackles, including a tackle for loss against Norfolk State

2010 (so.)
• Sat out after transferring from Ohio Dominican

2009 (Fr.)
• Played football at Ohio Dominican • Two-time Scout Team Champion

HIGH scHooL
• Played for coach Jason Ratliff at Crestview High • Named North Central Ohio Coaches Association First Team • Named All-North Central Conference First Team • MVP of North Central Ohio All-Star Game

2010 (Fr.)
• Played in all 13 games • Posted 14 tackles, including eight unassisted tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss • Collected four tackles, including two unassisted tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss against Coastal Carolina • Season-high five tackles at LSU • Three tackles against UNLV, including two solo stops

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Sept. 21 • Son of Nick and Meg Rietschlin • One of five children • Brother, Chris, played at Ohio State (2007-09) • Majoring in exercise physiology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Dean’s List • President’s List • Big East Academic Honor Roll

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Fred Stengel at Bergen Catholic High • Named all-state on defense • 2009 Star-Ledger First Team Defense • 2009 Star Ledger All-Non-Public First Team Defense • Finished 2009 with 56 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks • Also ran for 586 yards on 75 carries with six touchdowns

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 9 • Son of Peter and Jayne Rigg • One of two children • Majoring in exercise physiology • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic Honor Roll

DOUG

RIGG

rIGG’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 Totals G. 11 13 24 T ass. Total TFL sacks 11 19 30 4/14 1/8 8 6 14 0.5/1 0 19 25 44 4.5/15 1/8 Int. 0 0 0 PBU 0 0 0 FF 1 0 1 FR 1 0 1

94

kyle

Rose
Defensive Line
6-4, 270, R-FR.
CENTERVILLE CENTERVILLE, OHIO

93
IOWA WESTERN CC MAPLE HEIGHTS, OHIO

shaq

RoWeLL
Defensive Line
6-4, 310, SR.

90

• Moved from defensive end to defensive tackle during the spring

• Moved to nose tackle during the spring

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

2011 (Jr.)
• Played in 10 games as a backup defensive tackle • Collected a solo stop against Clemson • Assisted on a tackle against Pitt and at Rutgers • Had a solo tackle at Syracuse • Finished with two tackles against Bowling Green • Registered two tackles against Norfolk State

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Ron Ullery at Centerville High • Finished 2010 season with 86.5 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks, one forced fumble, three fumble recoveries and one interception • Invited to play in the Pennsylvania-Ohio Big 33 Game • PrepStar Midwest Top 135 • Scout.com Top 75 defensive end • Rivals.com Ohio Postseason Top 60 • 2010 All-Ohio Special Mention, JJHuddle.com All-Ohio Honorable Mention • All-Greater Dayton First Team, All-Southwest Ohio First Team, All-Greater Western Ohio Conference First Team, All-Central Division First Team, team captain and team defensive MVP • 2010 recipient of the Sonny Unger Foundation Scholarship Award for football ability, leadership, work ethic and humility • 2009 All-Greater Dayton Second Team, All-Southwest Ohio Second Team, All-Greater Western Ohio Conference First Team and All-Central Division First Team

JUNIor coLLeGe
• Coached by Scott Strohmeier at Iowa Western CC • Helped lead Iowa Western to a 9-2 record, the Midwest Collegiate Conference championship, an appearance in the national semifinals and a No. 11 final national ranking • Finished 2010 with 32 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two sacks and one forced fumble in 10 games • Collected a season-high five tackles against DuPage • Registered four tackles against Snow College in the Top of the Mountain Bowl Game

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Oct. 2 • Son of Todd and Theresa Rose • Majoring in pre-political science

HIGH scHooL
• Attended Glenville High, where he was all-state, all-region and all-district • Recorded 27 tackles, seven tackles for loss, four sacks and a forced fumble as a senior • Played in the Big 33 game between Ohio and Pennsylvania

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 7 • Son of Raymonda Rowell • One of three children • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

RoWeLL
roWeLL’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. G. 2011 10 T ass. Total 2 6 8 TFL 0 sacks 0 Int. 0 PBU 0 FF 0 FR 0

SHAq

95

ismail
Safety

sHoWeLL
5-10, 186, R-FR.
OAKCREST MAYS LANDING, N.J.

18
MUSSELMAN INWOOD, W.VA.

corey

smITH
Kicker/Punter
6-0, 211, R-SR.

44

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • WVU Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Rutgers

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Shared kickoff and punting duties • Earned WVU Special Teams Champion for his great comeback effort against Pitt with four punts for 229 yards and a 57.2 average • Long punt against Pitt went for 62 yards, while placing two inside the 20, one inside the five • In first career start, punted twice for a 50.0 average

HIGH scHooL
• Starter for Coach Chuck Smith at Oakcrest High • Finished with 55 tackles, six sacks and three tackles for loss as a senior • Atlantic City All-Press Honorable Mention • South Jersey Scholar-Athlete • U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete

2010 (r-so.)
• WVU Special Teams Champion: Pitt • Kicked off 64 times for 3,984 yards, an average of 62.2 yards per kick • Had eight kicks result in touchbacks, twice as many as the Mountaineers’ produced the year before

PersoNaL
• Birthday is May 30 • Son of Stacy and Gloria Showell • One of four children • Majoring in exercise physiology

2009 (so.)
• Sat out to fulfill NCAA transfer eligibility requirements

2008 (Fr.)
• Played his freshman year at Alabama and saw limited action as a kicker

HIGH scHooL
• Played for coach Denny Price at Musselman High • Earned all-state honors as a place kicker and as a punter • Hit 13-of-18 field goal attempts • Set two state records as a senior, most field goals in a season and longest field goal (59) • Won the national I player’s combine as a punter

PersoNaL

smITH

COREY

• Birthday is May 13 • Son of Winston and Denna Smith • One of two children • Majoring in sport management • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Dean’s List • Big East Academic All-Star

smItH’s PUNtING statIstIcs
Year 2011 Punts 26 Yards 1,032 avg. 39.7 Long 62 TB 0 FC 1 I20 6 50+ 9

smItH’s kIckING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 Totals Kickoffs 73 64 137 Yards 4,577 3,984 8,561 average 62.7 62.2 62.5 TB 5 8 13

96

lawrence 38
smITH
5-9, 182, R-SR.
WILLIAM H. TURNER MIAMI, FLA. CANTON MCKINLEY CANTON, OHIO

jewone 56
sNoW
Linebacker
6-1, 245, R-SO.

Defensive Back

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Did not see any game action

• Will play buck linebacker in new 3-4 defensive scheme

2010 (r-so.)
• Played in all 13 games, primarily on special teams • Finished with six tackles

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Played in 11 games and started seven at middle linebacker • Used on special teams • Finished with five or more tackles in five games • Registered seven tackles against Pitt; career-high one sack • Tied for a game high with seven assisted tackles at Rutgers • Recorded a game-high eight tackles at Syracuse; tied for a game high and set season-high mark with six solo tackles • Made first career start against Bowling Green • Had a game-changing 83-yard fumble return against UConn; also registered seven tackles, assisted on a sack and assisted on a tackle for loss • Had a career and team-high nine tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss against Bowling Green; also had a game-high six assisted tackles

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Saw action in three games, primarily on special teams

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Defensive scout team champion: Marshall

HIGH scHooL
• Lettered for coach Nigel Dunn at Miami – Norland High • Collected 90 tackles, three forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and an interception as a senior • Selected to the South Florida All-Star Team

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Scout Team Champion: Louisville

PersoNaL
• Birthday is March 19 • Son of Lawrence and Selina Smith • One of three children • Majoring in sociology and anthropology

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Ron Johnson at Canton-McKinley High • Two-time Associated Press Division I All-Ohio linebacker • Finished senior season with 161 tackles, nine tackles for loss, one interception, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and eight pass breakups • Played in the Ohio-Pennsylvania Big 33 All-Star Game • Played in the North-South All-Star Game

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Oct. 6 • Son of former Michigan standout Garland Rivers and Linda Snow-Rivers • Nephew of former Michigan State standout Percy Snow and NBA standout Eric Snow • Majoring in business and economics • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

sNoW’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs

sNoW

JEWONE

Yr. G. 2011 11

T ass. Total 18 24 42

TFL 2/7

sacks 1.5/6

Int. 0

PBU 0

FF FR 0 1/83

97

geno

smITH
quarterback
6-3, 214, SR.
MIRAMAR MIAMI, FLA.

12

• One of the top offensive playmakers in the nation • Three-year starting quarterback • Played in 31 career games and started 26 straight

2011 (Jr.)
• Started all 13 games • 2012 Discover Orange Bowl MVP • All-Big East First Team (coaches, Phil Steele, and ESPN.com) • All-ECAC Offense • No. 4-best performance by a quarterback in a bowl (colleges portsnews.com) • All-Bowl Team (CBSSPorts.com and ESPN.com) • Big East Offensive Player of the Week (Maryland, Louisville) • WVU Offensive Champion: Marshall, Cincinnati • Set or tied 21 WVU single-game, season or career records • Set five Orange Bowl records • Set four WVU and BCS bowl records • Tied three NCAA all-time bowl records • WVU and Big East single-season passing leader (4,385 yards) • Tied WVU single-season passing touchdown record (31) • Set WVU touchdowns responsible for season record (33) • Ranked No. 5 nationally in passing average (337.31 avg./g) and eighth in total offense (334.ypg); ranked first in the Big East in both categories • Also ranked No. 17 in the NCAA, No. 1 in the BIG EAST, in passing efficiency (152.6) • Threw for 4,385 yards in 13 games, the fourth-best total in NCAA in 2011 • Finished with four 400-yard passing games on the season and for his career and a Big East single-season record of eight 300-yard passing games • Went 32-43 for 407 yards and accounted for seven touchdowns (six passing, one rush) in 70-33 Orange Bowl victory • Six passing TDs tied WVU record, first set by Marc Bulger vs. Pitt in 1998 • Six passing TDs also set a BCS and Orange Bowl ecord and tied r overall bowl record • 407 passing yards set Orange Bowl record, as did 433 yards of total offense • Set Orange Bowl records for TDs responsible for (7) and points responsible for (42) • Orchestrated come-from-behind and game- winning drives in back-to-back series in the game’s final minutes at USF • Had 14-game streak of throwing at least one touchdown pass snapped in win at USF • Completed 71 percent of his passes in win over Pitt, going 22-for-31 for 244 yards and one TD • Tallied 379 yards and one touchdown on 29 completions in win at Cincinnati • Threw for 410 yards on 31 completions and for three touchdowns in loss to Louisville • Passing total against the Cardinals ranks fifth on the Mountaineer all-time chart • Fought the elements and completed 20 passes for 218 yards and two touchdowns at Rutgers • Scored first career rushing TD on a 1-yard scamper at RU • Completed 24 passes on 41 attempts for 338 yards and two touchdowns at Syracuse

• Tallied 450 passing yards on 27 completions against UConn, the second-best career and program total • Connected with Stedman Bailey on a career-long 84-yard TD pass against UConn; the score was WVU’s all-time fifth-longest from scrimmage • Had efficient day against Bowling Green, going 18-for-30 with three touchdowns in three quarters • Threw for WVU single-game best 463 yards on a career- and program-best 38 completions against LSU; also tallied a career- and program-best 65 pass attempts; his attempts were the fourth-most of any qB in 2011 • Finished with 468 total yards of offense against LSU, a WVU singlegame best mark • His performance against the Tigers was the NCAA’s 20th-best total offense game and 17th-best passing yardage game in 2011 • Threw 36 completions on 49 passing attempts for 388 yards at Maryland • Threw for 371 yards and four TDs vs. Norfolk State

2010 (so.)
• Started all 13 games • All-Big East First Team by ESPN.com, rivals.com and Phil Steele and second team by Big East coaches • Averaged just one interception every 53.1 attempts • No. 1 in the Big East in pass efficiency, No. 2 in passing yards per game, total offense per game and points responsible for (148) • Big East Offensive Champion: Maryland, Cincinnati • WVU Offensive Champion: Marshall, USF, Cincinnati, Rutgers • Connected on 241-of-372 passes for 2,763 yards for the year, 24 touchdowns, only seven interceptions and a long of 71 yards • Was first WVU quarterback to throw for more than 2,500 yards since 1998 • Threw multiple touchdowns in seven games • Season-high 32-of-45 passes for 316 yards at Marshall, a touchdown and a long of 30 • Threw for a career-high 352 yards on 23-of-28 passes with a touchdown and a long of 46 against Rutgers in the season finale

2009 (Fr.)
• Played in five games • Completed 32-of-49 passes for 309 yards, a touchdown and a long completion of 33 yards • Came off the bench early in the Marshall game when quarterback Jarrett Brown left the game with a concussion and completed 15-of21 passes for 147 yards, a touchdown and a long of 33

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by former Mountaineer Damon Cogdell at Miramar High • Named to the Parade High School All-American team • EA Sports All-American Second Team • Finished No. 2 in the voting for Mr. Florida • Florida Class 6A All-State First Team • Sun Sentinel Florida Class 6A Player of the Year • Participated in the “Elite 11” football camp in California • ESPN Top 150 prospects • No. 1-rated player in Broward County according to the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun Sentinel • Led Miramar High to an 8-2 record and a No. 5 ranking in Broward County by the Sun-Sentinel • Completed 205-of-308 passes for 3,089 yards and 32 touchdowns and rushed for more than 300 yards • Finished his career as the third-best passer in Broward County history

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Oct. 10 • Son of Geno Smith, Jr., and Tracey Sellers • One of four children • Cousin of former Miami star Melvin Bratton • Majoring in English

98

GENO

smITH

smItH’s PassING statIstIcs
Year Games 2011 13 2010 13 2009 5 Totals 31 Comp. 346 241 32 619 att. 526 372 49 947 Yards 4,385 2,763 309 7,457 Pct. .658 .648 .653 .654 TD 31 24 1 56 Int. Long 7 84 7 71 1 33 15 84

smItH’s rUsHING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Games 13 13 5 31 att. 56 106 17 179 Yards -33 217 7 191 avg. -0.6 2.0 0.4 1.1 TD 2 0 0 2 Long 20 29 13 29

99

quinton
sPaIN
6-5, 335, R-SO.
PETERSBURG PETERSBURG, VA.

67
KATY KATY, TExAS

jordan
5-7, 159, FR.

THomPsoN
Wide Receiver

10

Of fensive Line

• Moved from right tackle to left tackle during the spring

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Gary Joseph at Katy High • Helped lead Katy to a 25-2 record as a two-year starter and two District 19-5A championships • Finished 2011 with 66 receptions and 1,117 yards receiving for an average of 17.8 yards per catch to go along with 17 touchdowns • Ranked ninth in the Houston area in receiving yards and fifth in receiving touchdowns • Had a touchdown reception in all but one game in 2011 • Houston Chronicle Texas Top 100 recruit • Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Second Team Offense in 2011 • Named the 19-5A All-District Special Teams Player of the Year, as well as unanimous first team wide receiver and first team return specialist in 2011 • Earned 19-5A all-district second team wide receiver honors in 2010 • Also named a two-time 19-5A all-district academic team member • Set a school record with 217 yards on nine catches and three touchdowns against Houston Strake Jesuit • Finished 2010 with 26 receptions for 384 yards and three touchdowns • Lost in the 2010 5A Division 2 state quarterfinals to current Mountaineer Dustin Garrison’s Pearland squad

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Added depth at both tackle and guard positions • Played in 13 games and started one at USF • Saw action on 266 plays, mostly in a reserve role • Only allowed one sack for the entire season • Season-high 44 plays against Connecticut • Saw time on 15 plays against Clemson in the Orange Bowl and tallied one knockdown • Finished with 15 knockdowns • Season-high three knockdowns at Rutgers

2010 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Michael Scott at Petersburg High • Played in the U.S. Army All-American game • Rivals.com No. 2 offensive guard, Virginia Top Five and Top 115 nationally • Scored four touchdowns and six two-point conversion as a fullback in goal-line packages • Collected 103 tackles as a defensive tackle with 23 for loss and five sacks

PersoNaL
• Birthday is June 30 • Son of Curtis and Adele Thompson • Oldest of three children • Enrolled in January 2012 • Enrolled in general studies

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Aug. 7 • Son of Tracey Spain • Enrolled in general studies

qUINTON
100

sPaIN

ben

TomaseK
Defensive Line
6-1, 312, R-FR.
ST. RITA OF CASCIA CHICAGO, ILL.

95
BRIDGEPORT SHINNSTON, W.VA.

wes

ToNKeRY
Linebacker
6-2, 214, R-SO.

37

2011 (Fr.)
• Redshirted • Defensive Scout Team Champion: Bowling Green

• Will play star linebacker in new 3-4 defensive scheme

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Added depth at bandit safety • Used on special teams • Played in nine games and started one • Made first career start in Orange Bowl against Clemson due to injury to Terence Garvin • Tied career high with two solo tackles against Pitt

HIGH scHooL
• Started for coach Todd Kuska at St. Rita • Helped lead St. Rita to an 11-2 record and a No. 12 state ranking • Earned all-conference honors as a senior • Finished with 54 tackles, including 35 solo stops • Collected season-high 10 tackles against Harlem High

2010 (Fr.) PersoNaL
• Birthday is April 23 • Son of Joseph and Lori Tomasek • One of two children • Majoring in pre-biology • Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Bruce Carey at Bridgeport High • 2009 All-State First Team Defense • 2008 All-State First Team Offense • Finished his senior season with 34 tackles and one forced fumble • Rushed for 633 yards on 95 attempts for nine touchdowns • Helped lead Bridgeport to a 32-5 record in three seasons • Played in the West Virginia AAA state championship game as a junior and senior

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Nov. 29 • Son of Brian and Sherri Tonkery • One of three children • Majoring in industrial engineering • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big East Academic All-Star

toNkerY’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs

ToNKeRY

WES

Yr. G. 2011 9

T ass. Total 4 0 4

TFL 1/3

sacks 0

Int. 0

PBU 0

FF 0

FR 0

101

Anthony
Defensive Back
5-9, 182, r-So.
Morgantown Morgantown, w.Va.

Vecchio

19
Hallandale Hollywood, Fla.

sean
Safety

Walters
6-1, 196, Fr.

11

2011 (r-Fr.)
• Did not see any game action

HigH ScHool
• Played one season for coach Dameon Jones at Hallandale High • recorded 89 tackles, 29 pass breakups and one interception as a senior • Sun Sentinel All-Broward County Defense Honorable Mention • ranked as the No. 5 safety on Miami Herald Top Players by Position list • Played for the South Florida All-Stars in the 2011 Nike South Florida All-Star Game • Invited to the FACA North-South All-Star Game

2010 (Fr.)
• redshirted • Scout Team Defensive Champion: Louisville

HigH ScHool
• Played for John Bowers at Morgantown High • Class 3A All-State Special Honorable Mention • North Central Athletic Conference First Team Defense • Team offensive Player of the Year

PerSonal
• Birthday is oct. 19 • Enrolled in January 2012 • Son of Bobby Walters and octavia Lawson • one of four children • Brother Jermaine played football at Colorado State • Enrolled in pre-athletic training

PerSonal
• Birthday is oct. 31 • Son of Michael Vecchio and Jane Todd • one of three children • Enrolled in general studies

avery

Williams
Defensive Back
5-11, 181, So.
CalVin Coolidge wasHington, d.C.

22

WooDs

J.D.

2011 (Fr.)
• Played in five games, primarily on special teams • Finished with three tackles • Enrolled at WVU in January 2011

HigH ScHool
• Coached by Jason Lane at Calvin Coolidge High • MaxPreps Top 10 football players who stand out in Washington, D.C., and Maryland • Two-time All-DCIAA selection • Two-time team most valuable player • Collected three interceptions on defense as a senior • Helped lead Coolidge to a 9-3 record

PerSonal
• Birthday is Mar. 15 • Son of Anthony and Caressa Williams • Enrolled in general studies

102

J.D.

WooDs
Inside Receiver
6-1, 189, R-SR.
GOLDEN GATE NAPLES, FLA.

81
DR. KROP MIAMI, FLA.

jorge

WRIGHT
Defensive Line
6-2, 289, R-SR.

99

• Moved from wide receiver to inside receiver this spring • Has played in 26 career games and started six

• Second-year starter at nose tackle • Has played in 34 career games and started 13

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in nine games and started final two games • Had a 15-yard reception in Orange Bowl • Earned season-high playing time at USF and first start of season • Season-best four catches for 38 yards at USF, including a 10-yard reception on game-winning drive • Two receptions against Norfolk State

2011 (r-Jr.)
• Played in 13 games and started 12 • Tied a career high with one sack and one tackle for loss versus Pitt • Collected three tackles at Cincinnati • Had five tackles vs. Louisville, including assisting on a sack; tied career high for tackles • Recorded a career-high five tackles at Rutgers • Four tackles at Syracuse; also set a career high with four solo tackles • Recorded three solo tackles against LSU • Four tackles at Maryland

2010 (r-so.)
• Played in 13 games, starting four • WVU Offensive Champion: USF, Cincinnati • Finished with 18 receptions for 205 yards, one touchdown and a long of 21 • Season-high four receptions for 52 yards with a long of 17 against Syracuse • Three catches for 38 yards against USF, with a long of 19 • Posted three grabs for 30 yards with a long of 21 against Rutgers

2010 (r-so.)
• Played in 12 games and started one • WVU Defensive Champion: USF, Louisville • Finished with 10 tackles, including three solo stops, 1.5 tackles for loss and a forced fumble • Forced a fourth-quarter fumble at Marshall that keyed the WVU comeback and also had a big pass breakup against the Herd

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Saw action in four games

2009 (r-Fr.)
• Played in nine games • Finished with 10 tackles, including eight solo stops, one sack and two tackles for loss • Collected three solo tackles, including a tackle for loss against Louisville

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted after dislocating left shoulder during preseason practice

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Dave Tanner at Golden Gate High • Collected 54 catches for 851 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior • An all-state selection as a senior • All-Southwest Florida First Team

2008 (Fr.)
• Redshirted

HIGH scHooL
• Coached by Rick Divita at Dr. Krop High • Registered 62 tackles and 18 sacks as a senior • Selected to play in the Dade North-South All-Star game

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Feb. 7 • Son of Freddie and Williamena McCrary and John Blackmon • Majoring in sociology and anthropology

PersoNaL
• Birthday is Jan. 8 • Son of Jorge and Dr. Ellen Wright • Majoring in criminology

Woods’ receIVING statIstIcs
Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals Games 9 13 4 26 Catches 7 18 0 25 Yards 67 205 0 272 avg. 9.6 11.4 0 11.0 TD 0 1 0 1 Long 15 21 0 21

WrIGHt’s deFeNsIVe statIstIcs
Yr. 2011 2010 2009 Totals G. 13 12 9 34 T ass. Total TFL sacks Int. 21 17 38 3.5/12 1.5/10 0 3 7 10 1.5/4 0 0 8 2 10 2/4 1/2 0 32 26 58 7/20 2.5/12 0 PBU 0 0 0 0 FF 0 1 0 1 FR 0 0 0 0

103

mountaineer neWComers
cHrIstIaN BroWN, dL
6-3, 290, BrIdGetoN, N.J./BrIdGetoN Hs
Played for coach Dave Ellen at Bridgeton High in 2011 … saw action in seven games, helping lead the team to a 6-4 record … finished the season with 35 tackles (14 solo, 21 assisted) and two sacks … recorded a seasonhigh nine tackles against Holy Spirit … previously played two seasons at Dunbar High (Ft. Myers, Fla.) …as a junior, he finished with 40 tackles and three sacks … helped team finish with an 11-11-1 record during those two years … completed 2009 with 22 tackles (12 solo, 10 assisted), one sack and one forced fumble … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … ranked No. 38 defensive tackle in 2012 by rivals.com … No. 17 on the rivals.com 2012 New Jersey Postseason Top 30 list

traVares coPeLaNd, Wr

6-0, 185, Port st. LUcIe, FLa./treasUre coast Hs
Played two years at Westwood High before playing his senior season for coach Irvin Jones at Treasure Coast High … as a senior, he completed 78-of-144 passes for 1,096 yards and 13 touchdowns … ran for 497 yards and six touchdowns … selected All-Area First Team Offense by the Palm Beach Post … named All-State Second Team as a utility player … selected to play wide receiver for the Palm Beach County-Treasure Coast All-Star Game … as a junior, he was named a first team all-area quarterback and a second team all-area utility player by TCPalm … he completed 102-of-200 passes for 1,691 yards and 16 touchdowns … also ran for 344 yards and six scores … as a sophomore, threw for 1,866 yards, rushed for 407 yards and six touchdowns … selected third team all-state 3A … a first team all-area quarterback … a three-star prospect by rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … No. 28 athlete by rivals.com … No. 49 on Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100 … No. 53 on Florida’s Postseason Top 100

moUNtaINeer NeWcomers

rosHard BUrNeY, rB

5-10, 205, Lake Park, FLa./PaLm BeacH GardeNs Hs
Played two seasons for coach Chris Davis at Palm Beach Gardens High … team went a combined 14-8, with a 9-3 record in 2011 that included an appearance in the Florida 8A Regional Finals, falling to Miramar … led Palm Beach County in rushing yards with 2,000 yards on 284 carries with 19 touchdowns in 2011 … completed the 2010 season with 84 carries for 642 rushing yards and five touchdowns … rushed for 487 yards on 68 carries with three touchdowns in 2009 … 2011 Florida 8A first team all-state offense … 2011 Sun Sentinel Palm Beach County Class 8A-7A-6A Player of the Year … 2011 Sun Sentinel Palm Beach County First Team Offense … 2011 Palm Beach Post Large Schools Offensive Player of the Year … 2011 Palm Beach Post Large Schools First Team Offense … 2011 Palm Beach County Athletic Association First Team Offense … No. 6 Palm Beach Post Top 75 recruits … 2010 Palm Beach Post Class 6A Second Team Offense … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … ranked No. 44 running back by rivals.com … No. 93 on the rivals.com Florida Postseason Top 100

kImLoN “k.J.” dILLoN, s

6-2, 185, aPoPka, FLa./aPoPka Hs
Three-year starter for coach Rick Darlington at Apopka High … combined for a record of 30-9, including an appearance in the Florida 6A state championship game … finished 2011 with 45 tackles and three interceptions on defense, while leading the team with 422 yards on 20 receptions with one touchdown … also had 36 carries for 224 yards and two touchdowns … named a member of the 2011 Orlando Sentinel All-Central Florida Second Team Defense … played in the 2011 Central Florida All-Star Game for the East Side … No. 56 on Orlando Sentinel 2012 Florida Top 100 … No. 10 on Orlando Sentinel 2012 Central Florida Super60 … three-star prospect according to rivals.com and ESPN.com … ranked No. 44 safety by rivals.com

JoHN dePaLma, Ls

6-6, 235, cUmmING, Ga./PINecrest academY

torrY cLaYtoN, rB

5-9, 195, FLorIda cItY, FLa./soUtH dade Hs
Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter for coach Greg Dentino at South Dade High … led team to a combined three-year record of 26-10, including two appearances in the Florida 6A regional finals … finished 2011 as Miami-Dade County’s seventh leading rusher with 1,108 yards on 168 carries with 15 touchdowns … rushed for more than 200 yards in two games and over 100 yards in six games … registered four touchdowns and 221 rushing yards against Ferguson … ran for 144 yards and three touchdowns against Varela … scored two touchdowns with 202 yards rushing against Krop … ran for 151 yards and one touchdown against Killian … had two touchdowns and 141 rushing yards against Palmetto … ranked third in county in touchdowns (20) and seventh in rushing yards (1,142) on 170 rushes in 2010 … scampered for 405 yards with eight touchdowns on 87 rushes in 2009 … named 2011 Miami Herald All-Dade County First Team Offense … played in the 2011 Nike South Florida All-Star game, finishing with six carries for 65 yards and two touchdowns … 2011 Florida 8A Second Team All-State Offense …No. 9 on Miami Herald Top 25 Miami-Dade County 2012 recruits … No. 2 running back on Miami Herald Miami-Dade County Top Five players by position list … 2010 Miami Herald All-Dade 6A First Team Offense … three-star prospect according to rivals. com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … ranked No. 33 running back by rivals. com … No. 70 on the rivals.com Florida Postseason Top 100 … 2012 Tom Lemming Top Running Back

Four-year starter for Coach Charles Wiggins at Pinecrest Academy … saw action at tight end, defensive end and long snapper … an all-county tight end as a senior … at the 10th annual Rubio Long Snapping School in 2012, his 15-yard snap time was 0.69 seconds … ranked 6th in the nation in 2012 by Chris Rubio Long Snapping … helped lead team to an 11-2 record and the region championship as a sophomore … four-year starter in basketball … was an all-region and all-county performer … scored 1,084 career points … member of the National Honor Society … earned a spot on the High Honor Roll.

mark GLoWINskI, oL

6-5, 290, WILkes-Barre, Pa./LackaWaNNa coLLeGe
Two-year starter for coach Mark Duda at Lackawanna College … finished with a combined career record of 16-6, including a win in the 2010 Graphics Edge Bowl and an appearance in the 2011 Salt Lake City Bowl … helped anchor an offense that was ranked No. 23 nationally in 2011, averaging 388.36 yards per game … the rushing offense was ranked No. 6, averaging 239 rushing yards per game … team averaged 327.6 total yards and 138.5 rushing yards during the 2010 season … 2011 NJCAA Second Team All-American … previously played for GAR Memorial High (WilkesBarre, Pa.), leading the team a 26-8 record as three year, two-way starter … team averaged 331.5 rushing yards per game in 2009, 218.9 rushing yards per game in 2008 and 193.9 rushing yards per game in 2007 … three-star prospect according to rivals.com and Scout.com

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Jarrod HarPer, s

5-11, 200, FrostBUrG, md. /moUNtaIN rIdGe Hs
Three-year, two-way starter for coach Roy Devore at Mountain Ridge High … finished 2011 with a 9-2 record and appearance in the Maryland state playoffs … recorded 52 tackles, five tackles for loss, three interceptions, five fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles in 2011 … rushed for 1,334 yards on 187 carries, totaling 24 all-purpose touchdowns on offense … finished 2010 with 72 tackles, one tackle for loss, nine interceptions and one fumble recovery on defense, while recording 1,860 all-purpose yards, along with 18 touchdowns on offense … 2011 Maryland Small School First Team Defense ... 2010 Maryland Small School Second Team Defense … 2011 Cumberland Times-News Co-Defensive Player of the Year … 2010 Cumberland Times-News First Team Defense and Second Team Offense … 2010 Mineral Times Daily News-Tribune Player of the Year … 2009 Cumberland Times-News Honorable Mention Offense … Tom Lemming Top Safety … three-star prospect according to Scout.com

erIc kINseY, dL

6-3, 225, mIamI, FLa./mIamI NortHWesterN Hs
Played for coach Billy Rolle at Miami Northwestern HS … as a senior, he helped Northwestern finish with a 7-3 record … finished with 87 tackles, including 24 for loss, and 10 sacks as a senior … also forced five fumbles and had three fumble recoveries … named 8A-6A All-Dade County First Team by the Miami Herald … No. 5 on Miami Herald Miami-Dade County Top 25 … No. 1 defensive lineman top players by position … No. 12 on the Miami Herald Top 101 players … played in the Nike South Florida All-Star Game … finished with 19 tackles for loss and had 14 sacks as a junior … No. 69 strong-side defensive end nationally … No. 179 recruit in state of Florida … 2010 Miami Herald All-Dade County honorable mention

NaNa kYeremeH, cB

5-11, 170, WortHINGtoN, oHIo/tHomas WortHINGtoN Hs
Three-year starter for coach Scott Gordon at Thomas Worthington High … finished 2011 with 73 tackles, six interceptions that totaled 145 return yards and two touchdowns, four blocked punts with two being returned for touchdowns and two blocked extra points … registered four interceptions in 2010 and three interceptions in 2009 … earned a spot on the 2011 All-Ohio Division I Second Team Defense … earned 2011 All-Central District First Team Defense honors after being recognized as special mention in 2010 … two-time All-OCC Central Division First Team honoree … 2011 Columbus Dispatch All-Metro First Team Defense … member of This Week’s 2011 Super 25 first team defense … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … ran that anchor leg of the 2011 2x200 meter Ohio state champion relay team … runs a 4.3 40-yard dash

koreY HarrIs, dL

6-4, 230, st. aUGUstINe, FLa./Bartram traIL Hs
Two-year starter for coach Darrell Sutherland at Bartram Trail High … finished career with a 19-6 record, including a 12-2 mark in 2011, advancing to the Florida 6A state semifinals … recorded 53 tackles (36 solo, 17 assisted) in 2011, along with 4.5 sacks and one pass breakup … made a season-high 10 tackles against Pace and had at least five tackles in six different games … finished 2010 with 45 tackles (34 solo, 11 assisted) and finished with eight sacks, including three sacks against Bishop Kenny to go with a season-high eight tackles … two-time member of The St. Augustine Record All-County squad, while also earning honorable mention honors on the 2011 Florida Times-Union All-First Coast team … three-star prospect according to rivals.com and ESPN.com

moUNtaINeer NeWcomers

JosH LamBert, k/P

5-11, 190, GarLaNd, texas/GarLaNd Hs

Garrett HoPe, LB

6-3, 225, tHe WoodLaNds, texas/tHe WoodLaNds Hs
Two-year starter and three-year letterwinner for coach Mark Schmid at The Woodlands High … led team to a record of 12-2 and appearance in the Texas 5A state quarterfinals in 2011 and 10-1 record in 2010 … finished 2011 as team captain with 71 tackles, two forced fumbles, two passes defended, three sacks, 18 tackles for loss and seven quarterback hurries … recorded 67.5 tackles in 2010, along with two interceptions, three forced fumbles, 4.5 sacks, five tackles for loss and 13 quarterback hurries … 2011 Houston Chronicle Top 100 recruit … 2011 Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Defense second team … Texas 5A Honorable Mention All-State in 2011 … named the 2011 District 14-5A Defensive Player of the Year … earned 14-5A All-District Second Team defensive honors in 2010 … three-star prospect according to rivals.com and Scout.com

Two-year starter for coach Jeff Jordan at Garland High … helped team to a 16-7 record during that span, including a 10-5A District championship in 2011 … finished 2011, making 9-of-16 field goals, including conversions from 47 yards, 48 yards and 51 yards … kicked 49-of-52 extra points and had 15 touchbacks on kickoffs … made 6-of-10 field goals in 2010, including the longest field goal in school history with a 53-yarder against Duncanville … also was successful from 47 yards and 51 yards … was a perfect 18-for-18 on extra points … split time as a punter, averaged 36 yards per punt on 11 punts for 391 yards … named a first team 10-5A All-District kicker in 2011 … 2011 Texas Nike Spring Camp semifinalist … 2012 Chris Sailer National Kicking Event Field Goal Last Man Standing champion, as well as being a finalist in the punting competition

sam LeBBIe, LB

6-2, 215, WasHINGtoN, d.c./dematHa Hs

WILL JoHNsoN, te/Wr

6-6, 245, maPLe GroVe, mINN. /osseo Hs
Two-year starter for coach Derrin Lamker at Osseo High … finished 2011 with a 9-2 record, while recording a 7-3 mark in 2010 … made 16 receptions for 199 yards and one touchdown in 2011 … scored three touchdowns on 14 receptions for 169 yards in 2010 … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … ranked No. 26 tight end by rivals.com … No. 5 on rivals.com Minnesota Postseason Top 10

Three-year starter for coaches Elijah Brooks and Bill McGregor at DeMatha High … finished career with a combined 26-9 record … finished 2011 with 79 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, eight sacks and seven forced fumbles … played in the 2011 Chesapeake Bowl, where he was named the rivals.com “Most Physical Player” … named to the 2011 Washington Post All-Metro First Team Defense … member of the 2011 Maryland Consensus All-State Defense and Maryland Big School First Team Defense … four-star prospect according to Scout.com and ESPN.com … three-star prospect on rivals. com … No. 23 on rivals.com Maryland Postseason Top 25 …No. 6 middle linebacker on Scout.com …Tom Lemming Top Inside Linebacker

darreaLL “dee” JoYNer, Wr

5-11, 180, mIamI, FLa./mIamI ceNtraL Hs
Helped lead Miami Central High to a 13-1 record in 2011 under coach Telly Lockette … team finished No. 17 on the MaxPreps.com Xcellent 25 Rank, falling in the Florida 6A state championship ... recorded 28 receptions for 466 yards and five touchdowns in 2011 … had a season-high 131 yards on four receptions for three touchdowns in season opener against Booker T. Washington … 2011 Miami Herald All-Miami Dade County Second Team offense … played for the Miami-Dade squad in the Nike South Florida AllStar game … previously played for Fitzgerald High (Fitzgerald, Ga.) in 2010, making 42 receptions for 719 yards and nine touchdowns … 2010 Georgia second team all-state … 2010 All-Middle Georgia Honorable Mention … three-star prospect according to rivals.com and ESPN.com

deVoNte matHIs, Wr

6-2, 210, HoLLYWood, FLa./mIramar Hs
Two-year starter for former Mountaineer Damon Cogdell at Miramar High … finished 13-1 in 2011, falling to Plant in the Florida 8A state championship … finished 2011 with 35 receptions for 552 yards and eight touchdowns … recorded five receptions for 86 yards and two touchdowns against West Broward … made three receptions for 115 yards and one touchdown against Palm Beach Gardens … spent 2010 between quarterback, running back and wide receiver … threw for 713 passing yards and seven touchdowns, while rushing for 167 yards and two touchdowns … also caught 10 passes for 198 yards … represented the South Florida squad in the Nike South Florida All-Star game … named Miami Herald All-Broward County Second Team Offense … member of the 2011 Sun Sentinel Class 8A-7A-

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6A Second Team Offense … No. 12 on Miami Herald Top 25 2012 recruit list … came in at No. 39 on Miami Herald 2012 Pre-Spring Florida Top 101 … ranked No. 44 on Orlando Sentinel 2012 Florida Top 100 … previously played for Carol City High …three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … rivals.com No. 66 wide receiver … No. 67 on the rivals.com Florida Postseason Top 100

NoBLe NWacHUkWU, dL

6-2, 240, WYLIe, texas/WYLIe Hs
Started two seasons for coach Bill Howard at Wylie High, leading the team to a 15-10 combined record as a starting defensive end … recorded 53 tackles, eight tackles for loss, four sacks, nine quarterback hurries and one forced fumble in 2011 … played first season of football in 2010, leading Wylie to the Texas 4A state semifinals with an 11-4 record … finished 2010 with 50 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, three sacks, 11 quarterback hurries, two pass breakups and three forced fumbles … two-time unanimous All-District 10-4A first team defense member … five-time Wylie News Player of the Week … one-time Dallas Morning News Player of the Week honor in 2010 … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com

toNY matteo, oL

6-5, 280, cLINtoN, oHIo/maNcHester Hs
Played three seasons for coach Jim France at Manchester High … finished career without delivering a bad snap … went 7-4 in 2011, advancing to the Ohio Division IV regional quarterfinals … anchored a line that averaged 184.8 yards per game … graded out at 97 percent in blocking efficiency on a team that amassed more than 4,000 yards … helped lead team to a 12-1 record and a spot in the Ohio Division IV regional finals in 2010 … led an offensive line that paved the way for an average of 188.3 rushing yards per game … earned Division IV All-Ohio first team offense honors in 2011, after being named special mention in 2010 … two-time Northeastern Inland All-District first team offense and All-Pac 7 first team offense member … 2011 Cleveland Plain Dealer Offensive All-Star … 2011 Akron Beacon Journal Football All-Star … No. 20 on the 2011 Cleveland Plain Dealer Top 50 Northeast Ohio football players … served as a team captain and earned team MVP award in 2011, while being named the school’s top lineman in 2010 … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and 247sports.com … ranked No. 16 center by rivals.com … 2012 Tom Lemming Top Center

tYLer orLoskY, oL

6-4, 290, cLeVeLaNd, oHIo/st. edWard Hs
Played two seasons for coach Rick Finotti at St. Edward High … former high school teammate of Mountaineer offensive lineman Brandon Jackson … finished career grading out at 93 percent blocking efficiency and 72 pancake blocks … led team to an 8-4 record in 2011 and a trip to the Ohio Division I second round … recorded a 90 percent blocking efficiency with 38 pancake blocks … won the Ohio Division I state championship in 2010, finishing 15-0 and earning a No. 2 national ranking … in 2010, team averaged 268.1 rushing yards per game with three players over 900 yards rushing, while also averaging 115.8 passing yards per game … finished 2010 with a 96 percent blocking efficiency and 50 knockdown blocks … Division I All-Ohio Special Mention honors in 2011 … was named to the Division I All-Ohio Second Team Offense in 2010 … two-time Northeastern Lakes All-District First Team Offense … two-time Cleveland Plain Dealer Offensive All-Star … No. 3 on the 2011 Cleveland Plain Dealer Top 50 Northeast Ohio football players … rated as a four-star prospect by Scout.com … three-star prospect according to ESPN.com and rivals.com … ranked No. 24 2012 guard by rivals.com … ranked No. 41 on rivals.com 2012 Ohio Postseason Top 60 … ranked No. 13 on Scout.com 2012 guards … 2012 Tom Lemming Top Guard

moUNtaINeer NeWcomers

deoNtaY mcmaNUs, Wr

6-1, 209, raNdaLLstoWN, md./dUNBar Hs
Three-year two-way starter for coach Lawrence Smith at Dunbar High … appeared in three Maryland 1A state championship games, including back-to-back state championship wins in 2010 and 2011 … combined for a three-year record of 36-5 … made 40 receptions for 590 yards and six touchdowns in 2011 … made two receptions for 29 yards and had five carries for 63 yards and one touchdown in state championship game against Perryville … recorded 102 tackles in 2011, including 12 tackles in state championship game … had 25 receptions for 341 yards and five touchdowns in 2010, while making 88 tackles and four interceptions defensively … two-time Baltimore Sun All-Metro First Team Defense … two-time Maryland Consensus All-State Defense … two-time Maryland Small School First Team Defense … 2009 Maryland Small School Second Team Defense … played in the 2011 Chesapeake Bowl … finalist for the 2011 Under Armour All-America game … four-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and Prepstar.com … three-star prospect on ESPN.com … No. 169 on rivals.com Rivals250 … No. 25 wide receiver on rivals.com … rivals.com No. 4 on Maryland Postseason Top 25 … Tom Lemming No. 18 wide receiver

adam PaNkeY, oL

6-5, 324, HamILtoN, oHIo/HamILtoN Hs
Three-year starter for coach Bob Jacoby at Hamilton High … finished with a combined 13-18 record … team averaged 189 rushing yards in 2011 and a total of 236 yards per game … helped team to average 347 yards of total offense per game, including 306 rushing yards per game in 2010 … earned Division I All-Ohio Third Team Offense honors in 2011 … Southwest AllDistrict First Team Offense in 2011, after earning Second Team honors in 2010 …three-time All-Greater Miami First Team Offense member … threestar prospect according to rivals.com and Scout.com … No. 51 on rivals. com Ohio Postseason Top 60 … 2012 Tom Lemming Top Offensive Tackle

BraNdoN NaPoLeoN, cB

6-0, 175, raHWaY, N.J./st. Peter’s PreP
Two-year starter for coach Rich Hansen at St. Peter’s Prep … led team to a combined record of 16-6, including two appearances in the NJSIAA Non-Public Group 4 semifinals … went 81-for-144 for 1,218 and 11 touchdowns as a quarterback in 2011 … also rushed 79 times for 460 yards and two touchdowns, while also returning a kickoff … made two interceptions as a defensive back … played in the 2011 U.S. Marines Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl … 2011 HCIAL Red Division Co-Player of the Year … HCIAL Red Division First Team All-Conference Offense in 2011 and Third Team All-Conference Offense in 2010 … 2011 All-Hudson County First Team Offense and 2010 All-Hudson County Third Team Offense … three-star prospect according to rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … No. 26 rivals.com New Jersey Postseason Top 30 … Tom Lemming Top Combo quarterback … No. 17 cornerback according to Tom Lemming … son of former Mountaineer standout Eugene Napoleon

deVoNte roBINsoN, Wr

6-1, 170, deLraY BeacH, FLa./VILLaGe academY Hs
Three-year starter for coach Donald Hanna at Village Academy High … finished career 17-13, including an 8-3 mark in 2011 … led Palm Beach County with 950 receiving yards on 31 receptions and 30.6 yards per catch, while ranking No. 4 in touchdown receptions with 10 in 2011 … also recorded seven interceptions on defense … finished 2010 with 18 receptions for 534 yards and six touchdowns … averaged 29.6 yards per catch …member of the 2011 Florida 2A All-State First Team Offense … Palm Beach Post Small Schools First Team Offense ... 2011 Sun Sentinel Class 5A-4A-3A-2A First Team Defense … No. 11 on the Palm Beach Post Gametime Top 100 … invited to play in the 2011 Palm Beach County/Treasure Coast All-Star game and the 2011 Nike South Florida All-Star game … named 2010 Sun Sentinel Class 2A-2B-1A-1B Honorable Mention … three-star prospect according to rivals.com and ESPN.com … No. 78 wide receiver on rivals.com … rivals.com No. 84 on Florida Postseason Top 100

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head coach daNa hoLGoRseN

fter a first season that was nothing short of outstanding, West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen enters his second year as the head coach of the Mountaineer football program prepared to lead his squad into a new conference home in the Big 12. Holgorsen holds an advantage in his first year in the league, bringing familiarity of the conference and its member institutions with him, having coached for nine of the past 12 years at either Texas Tech or Oklahoma State. The staff he has assembled this season has a certain Big 12 flair to it, with more than half of the coaches having either coached in the league or recruited in the Southwest. Under his direction in 2011, the Mountaineer program finished with an overall record of 10-3, earned its sixth Big East Conference championship since 2003 and seventh overall and was awarded the league’s BCS Bowl bid for the third time. Holgorsen became the only West Virginia head football coach to either win a conference championship or win 10 games in his first season. The first-year head coach of the year honoree by the Football Writers Association of America was one of seven first-year head coaches to lead his program to a BCS Bowl game, one of three to win the game and the only first-year WVU head coach to win a BCS Bowl game. The Mountaineers’ 10 wins in 2011 tied for the fourth-most wins by a first-year head coach among NCAA FBS coaches. Holgorsen also became the fourth West Virginia head coach to lead his squad to a bowl appearance and earn a win in the game in his first year as a head coach.

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West Virginia ran its string of nine or more win seasons to seven, making Receiver Justin Blackmon won the 2010 Biletnikoff Award, given to the top them one of three schools to boast that accomplishment. The Mountaineers receiver in the nation, and running back Kendall Hunter was a finalist for the were ranked in the national polls for 13 of the 16 weeks during the season Doak Walker Award, given to the nation’s top running back. and climbed as high as No. 11. WVU finished with 10 All-Big East honorees, Weeden, Hunter and Blackmon became only the second trio in NCAA hisincluding the league’s special teams’ player of the year (Tavon Austin) and three tory to pass for at least 3,000 yards, run for more than 1,500 yards and finish players being named to seven All-America teams. with more than 1,500 yards receiving in the same season. West Virginia boasted only the fourth set of 1,000-yard receivers in college Prior to OSU, Holgorsen was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks football in 2011 and was one of only two schools, along with Houston, to have a coach at Houston. During his two-year tenure with the Cougars, his offenses 4,000-yard passer and two 1,000-yard receivers. once again put up explosive numbers, accounting for 563 yards of total offense WVU finished No. 6 nationally in passing offense, No. 13 in scoring offense and per game, passing for 433.7 yards per game and totaling more than 42.2 points No. 15 in total offense. per game. His offense ranked No. 3 in total offense in 2008 and No. 1 in 2009. The Mountaineer offense ranked No. 67 in total offense in 2010, the year His quarterback, Case Keenum, led the nation in total offense in 2008 and before Holgorsen arrived, and he took it to No. 15 in 2011. 2009, totaling 403.2 yards per game as a sophomore and 416.4 yards his junior season. He also ranked among the Top 10 nationally in pass efficiency both One of his star pupils, quarterback Geno Smith, the Orange Bowl MVP, had his best season and was considered not only one of the top quarterbacks in the years. nation but one of the top overall players. Holgorsen was a member of the coaching staff at Texas Tech from 2000-07, Smith completed a single-season school record 346-of-526 passes for serving as the inside receivers coach from 2000-04, before being elevated to 4,385 yards and 31 touchco-offensive coordinator in downs. His 4,385 yards 2005 and offensive coordiwere the most passing nator in 2006-07. yards by a Mountaineer or During his time in a Big East quarterback in a Lubbock, his offenses season. increased the amount Wide receiver and speof yardage from 324.8 cial teams’ demon, Austin, yards of total offense to a first team all-conference 529.6, an increase of receiver, collected a more than 200 yards per school-record 101 catches game. The Red Raiders for 1,186 yards and eight were No. 7 nationtouchdowns. Stedman ally prior to Holgorsen Bailey, also an all-conferbecoming offensive ence receiver, collected a coordinator and raised school-record 1,279 yards their yardage total to and tied the school record No. 4 in 2005, his first with 12 touchdowns. season directing the The Holgorsen era offense. In his two years officially began on June as offensive coordinator, 10, 2011, when he was his squad was nationally named the school’s 33rd ranked No. 8 in 2006 head football coach. Since and No. 3 in 2007. that time, he has been In 2007, Texas Tech non-stop in his efforts to led the nation in passing The Holgorsen Family: Logan, Karlyn, Dana and McClayne tell anyone who will listen (470.31), was No. 2 in what Mountaineer football total offense (529.62) and has to offer and what lies ahead for the program. was No. 7 in scoring offense (40.9). Quarterback Graham Harrell led the nation From the time he was named head coach, he spent countless hours spreadin total offense and Biletnikoff Award winner Michael Crabtree led the nation in ing his philosophy that no one person was bigger than the team; and through receptions per game and receiving yards per game. hard work, dedication, teamwork and fulfilling your responsibilities on and off the In 2006, the Red Raiders ranked No. 3 nationally in passing offense and No. field, the West Virginia football program will continue to achieve success. 6 in total offense. Harrell once again was outstanding, finishing No. 3 nationally Holgorsen arrived in Morgantown in December 2010, bringing with him a in total offense with 344.38 yards per game. Texas Tech led the nation in passing highly successful resume, which included a fast-paced, high-flying, top-shelf in 2005, was No. 4 in scoring offense (39.4) and No. 6 in total offense (495.83). scoring offense with national appeal that Mountaineer nation wanted so badly for Quarterback Cody Hodges was No. 2 in the nation with 396.08 yards per game. its program. Top players under Holgorsen’s guidance at Texas Tech were Wes Welker The players bought into his plan during the spring, as he and his staff (259 career receptions, 3,069 yards, 21 TDs), a current NFL star, Nehemiah installed the system. By the end of April, the offensive scheme had shown signs Glover (2,575 yards, 21 TDs), Mickey Peters (2,318 yards, 22 TDs) and 2004 of a transformation, looking completely different than it had in previous years. third team All-American Trey Haverty (1,019 yards). Fast-forward six months from that initial meeting in December and the reins Holgorsen also spent time at Valdosta State (1993-95) as the quarterbacks, of the entire Mountaineer program were entrusted to Holgorsen. receivers and special teams coach, Mississippi College (1996-98) as the Before coming to Morgantown, Holgorsen spent the 2010 season as the quarterbacks, receivers and special teams coach and at Wingate (1999) as the offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State. He was a finalist for the 2010 Broyles quarterbacks and receivers coach. Award, given to the nation’s top assistant football coach, and also named the While at Valdosta State in 1994, Chris Hatcher won the Harlon Hill Trophy, rivals.com Offensive Coordinator of the Year. the NCAA Division II Player of the Year award, by the second-largest vote margin The Cowboys led the nation in total offense during the regular season and in the 17-year history of the award. Hatcher won the award after throwing for finished No. 2 in passing offense and No. 3 in total and scoring offense. OSU 4,076 yards and 55 touchdowns, against just 10 interceptions, while completing averaged 520.23 yards per game in total offense, including 345.9 passing yards 367 of 508 passes. Hatcher led Division II in passing efficiency during the regular and 44.23 points per game. season and directed VSU to its first Division II post-season appearance. Oklahoma State’s offense ranked No. 61 nationally in total offense in 2009, During his coaching career, his teams have earned 11 bowl appearances. the year before Holgorsen arrived, and he took it to the No. 1 spot during the Four of his top pupils - Blackmon (Jacksonville Jaguars), Crabtree (San Fran2010 season. He was a vital member of the coaching staff, helping lead the cisco 49’s), Harrell (Green Bay Packers) and Wes Welker (New England Patriots) Cowboys to a then school-record 10 wins during the regular season and a win in - are in the National Football League. the Valero Alamo Bowl, after preseason predictions had OSU near the bottom of Holgorsen, a native of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, graduated from Iowa Wesleyan the Big 12 Conference. in 1993 and earned his master’s degree from Valdosta State in 1995. He was a Postseason accolades rolled in for Holgorsen’s offensive players as quarterthree-year letterwinner as a wide receiver at Iowa Wesleyan, finishing his career back Brandon Weeden became the first OSU passer to earn All-Big 12 first team No. 5 on the school’s all-time receiving yards list with 1,711 yards and sixth in honors. He was a finalist for the Manning Award, given to the top quarterback in all-time receptions with 145. the nation. He has three children, McClayne, Logan and Karlyn.

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Through The Years wiTh Dana holgorsen
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 West Virginia Head Coach FWAA First Year Coach of the Year | Orange Bowl Champions | Big East Champions Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Alamo Bowl Champions Houston Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Armed Forces Bowl Houston Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Armed Forces Bowl Champions Texas Tech Co-Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers Gator Bowl Champions Texas Tech Co-Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers Insight.com Bowl Champions Texas Tech Co-Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers Cotton Bowl Texas Tech Inside Receivers Holiday Bowl Champions Texas Tech Inside Receivers Houston Bowl Champions Texas Tech Inside Receivers Tangerine Bowl Champions Texas Tech Inside Receivers Alamo Bowl Texas Tech Inside Receivers GalleryFurniture .com Bowl Wingate Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers Mississippi College Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers /Special Teams Mississippi College Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers /Special Teams American Southwest Conference Champions Mississippi College Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers /Special Teams Valdosta State Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers /Special Teams Valdosta State Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers /Special Teams NCAA II National Quarterfinalist Valdosta State Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers /Special Teams 10-3 11-2 10-4 8-5 9-4 8-5 9-3 8-4 8-5 9-5 7-5 7-6 3-8 4-6 8-2 4-8 6-5 11-2 8-3

Tackles for Loss Allowed – No. 2 Third Down Efficiency – No. 3 Passing Efficiency – No. 7 Sacks Allowed – No. 24 Red Zone Offense – No. 28 Case Keenum – 5,671 passing yards, 44 TDs Case Keenum – 5,829 total offensive yards James Cleveland – 104 catches, 1,214 yards, 14 TDs Tyrone Carrier – 91 catches, 1,029 yards, 7 TDs Patrick Edwards – 85 catches, 1,021 yards, 6 TDs Charles Sims – 70 catches, 759 yards, 1 TD James Cleveland – 84 points responsible for Tyrone Carrier – 72 points responsible for Tyrone Carrier – 2,213 all-purpose yards Charles Sims – 1,457 all-purpose yards James Cleveland – 1,214 all-purpose yards Patrick Edwards – 1,021 all-purpose yards

2008 (housTon)

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Passing Offense – No. 2 Total Offense – No. 2 First Down Offense – No. 4 Passing Efficiency – No. 8 Scoring Offense – No. 10 Third Down Efficiency – No. 11 Bryce Beall – 1,247 rushing yards,13 TDs Case Keenum – 5,020 passing yards, 44 TDs Case Keenum – 5,241 total offensive yards Case Keenum – 292 points responsible for Bryce Beall – 1,247 total offensive yards Bryce Beall – 102 points responsible for Tyrone Carrier – 80 catches, 1026 yards, 9 TDs Mark Hafner – 86 catches, 907 yards, 11 TDs Tyrone Carrier – 1,844 all-purpose yards Bryce Beall – 1,752 all-purpose yards Patrick Edwards – 1,192 all-purpose yards

2007 (Texas Tech)

Record at West Virginia: 10-3 (1 year) Overall Record: 10-3 (1 year)

Holgorsen’s offensive Prowess
Since 2005, Dana Holgorsen has been the mastermind behind some of the nation’s most prolific offenses. Starting as the offensive coordinator at Texas Tech, then Houston and Oklahoma State, and now as the head coach at West Virginia, his offensive units are known for their ability to move the ball, pile up yardage and score a plethora of points. In Holgorsen’s first season with the Mountaineers in 2011, his offense averaged 37.6 points per game and finished with more than 6,100 yards of total offense. Listed below are the national rankings for his year-by-year offenses and the players who excelled in them.

Passing Offense – No. 1 Total Offense – No. 2 Passing Efficiency – No. 5 Scoring Offense – No. 7 Tackles for Loss Allowed – No. 12 Third Down Efficiency – No. 13 Sacks Allowed – No. 22 Graham Harrell – 5,614 total offensive yards Graham Harrell – 5,705 passing yards, 48 TDs Graham Harrell – 320 points responsible for Michael Crabtree – 134 catches, 1,962 yards, 22 TDs Michael Crabtree – 1,978 all-purpose yards, Danny Amendola – 109 catches, 1,245, 6 TDs Eric Morris – 75 catches, 767 yards, 9 TDs

2006 (Texas Tech)

2011 (wesT Virginia)

Passing Offense – No. 6 Red Zone Offense – No. 11 Scoring Offense – No. 13 Total Offense – No. 15 Passing Efficiency – No. 19 First Down Offense – No. 27 Geno Smith – 4,385 passing yards, 31 TDs Geno Smith – 4,352 total offensive yards Geno Smith – 198 points responsible for Stedman Bailey – 72 catches, 1,279 yards, 12 TDs Tavon Austin - 101 catches, 1,186, 8 TDs Tavon Austin – 2,574 all-purpose yards Stedman Bailey – 1,346 all-purpose yards

Tackles for Loss Allowed – No. 6 Sacks Allowed – No. 7 Passing Efficiency – No. 12 Rushing Offense – No. 36 Kendell Hunter – 1,548 rushing yards, 16 TDs Brandon Weeden – 4,277 passing yards, 34 TDs Brandon Weeden – 4,209 total offensive yards Kendell Hunter – 1,548 total offensive yards Justin Blackmon – 111 catches, 1,782 yards, 20 TDs Josh Cooper – 68 catches, 736 yards, 5 TDs Brandon Weeden – 204 points responsible for Justin Blackmon – 132 points responsible for Justin Blackmon – 1,866 all-purpose yards Kendall Hunter – 1,736 all-purpose yards Joseph Randle – 1,160 all-purpose yards

Passing Offense – No. 3 Tackles for Loss Allowed – No. 3 Total Offense – No. 6 Scoring Offense – No. 13 Passing Efficiency – No. 23 Sacks Allowed – No. 24 Shannon Woods – 926 yards, 10 TDs Shannon Woods – 1,808 all-purpose yards Graham Harrell – 4,555 passing yards, 38 TDs Graham Harrell – 4,477 total offensive yards Graham Harrell – 242 points responsible for Joe Filani – 91 catches, 1,300 yards, 13 TDs Robert Johnson – 89 catches, 871 yards, 11 TDs

2005 (Texas Tech)

2010 (oklahoma sTaTe)
Red Zone Offense – No. 1 Passing Offense – No. 2 Total Offense – No. 3 Scoring Offense – No. 3 First Down Offense – No. 4

2009 (housTon)

Passing Offense – No. 1 Total Offense – No. 1 Scoring Offense – No. 1 First Down Offense – No. 1

Passing Offense – No. 1 Scoring Offense – No. 4 Total Offense – No. 6 Passing Efficiency – No. 14 Taurean Henderson – 872 rushing yards, 17 TDs Taurean Henderson – 1,400 all-purpose yards Taurean Henderson – 132 points responsible for Cody Hodges – 4,429 total offensive yards Cody Hodges – 4,328 passing yards, 31 TDs Cody Hodges – 208 points responsible for Joe Filani – 1,048 receiving yards, 8 TDs Robert Johnson – 948 receiving yards, 4 TDs

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Joe
CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Defensive Coordinator/Safeties
BirTHDay: April 17 eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Louisiana, ‘87) year aT wesT Virginia: 1 HoMeTown: Titusville, Fla. FaMiLy: Wife – Laura, Daughter – Ashley year in CoaCHing: 23

assoCiaTe Head CoaCH: Joe deforesT

assoCiaTe Head CoaCH
• In 2008, punter Matt Fodge was the winner of the Ray Guy Award presented to the nation’s top punter, punt returner Dez Bryant was the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year and kick returner Perrish Cox set a Big 12 record with two kick returns for touchdowns to up his career total to four kick returns for scores, a figure that at one time led all active NCAA players • DeForest’s 2008 punt unit ranked sixth in the nation, his punt return squad ranked second nationally and his kick return squad was 18th nationally. • In 2007, Perrish Cox was one of only three players in the nation to return a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown. • In 2004, the Cowboys led the Big 12 and were 10th nationally in punt returns, averaging 14.7 yards per return. The Cowboys were 26th in net punting and 38th in kickoff returns. • DeForest’s impact on the Cowboys was felt immediately upon his hiring. In his first season, OSU improved in every statistical category, going from 73rd to 10th in net punting, from 67th to 12th in punt returns and from 92nd to third in kickoff returns. Chris Massey led the NCAA in kickoff returns in 2001.
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PlAying CAreer
• Four-year letterman at linebacker and two-year letterman as a pitcher on the baseball team • Two-time All-Southern and All-Louisiana independent team member • Played two seasons (1987-88) of professional football for the NFL’s Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints and CFL’s Calgary Stampeders

CoACHing CAreer
2012: West Virginia (associate head coach/defensive coordinator/safeties) 2001-11: Oklahoma State (associate head coach/special teams/safeties) 1994-00: Duke (special teams/outside linebackers) 1992-94: Rice (outside linebackers) 1990-92: Rice (graduate assistant/running backs) 1988-90: Titusville (Fla.) HS (outside linebackers)

• The Blue Devils finished the 2000 season No. 6 in the nation in net punting and 15th in kickoff returns
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Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (10)
2012: Fiesta 2008: Holiday 2004: Alamo 1995: Hall of Fame 2010: Alamo 2007: Insight 2004: Cotton 2010: Cotton 2006: Independence 2002: Houston

• Trevor Cobb was the 1991 Doak Walker Award winner as one of DeForest’ pupils at Rice.

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (10)
oklahoma state: Dan Bailey (K), Perrish Cox (KR/PR), Cole Farden (P), Matt Fodge (P), Jamie Thompson (S), Darrent Williams (KR/PR) Duke: Ryan Fowler (LB), Patrick Mannelly (LS) rice: Trevor Cobb (RB), Larry Izzo (LB/ST)

CoACHing HigHligHtS
oklAHomA StAte

• Part of Oklahoma State’s coaching staff which helped lead the Cowboys to a 41-11 record over the past four years, the 2011 Big 12 Conference championship – firstever for OSU and the Fiesta Bowl championship over Stanford – the Cowboys’ first BCS bowl game appearance • Coached the 2008 Ray Guy Award winner in Matt Fodge, the 2010 Lou Groza Award winner in Dan Bailey and 2011 Lou Groza semifinalist Quinn Sharp • 2010 Oklahoma State kicker/punter combination of Dan Bailey and Quinn Sharp ranked as the best in the country in 2010, as Bailey won the Lou Groza Award and Sharp was a first-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America • Oklahoma State accounted for seven non-offensive touchdowns in 2010, as OSU’s special teams unit accounted for two kick return touchdowns, a punt return touchdown and two blocked punt returns for touchdowns and safeties Johnny Thomas and Markelle Martin returned interceptions for touchdowns.

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (7)
oklahoma state: Markelle Martin (2011), Quinn Sharp (2010-11), Dan Bailey (2010) Duke: Brian Morton (2000) rice: Trevor Cobb (1991-92)

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (24)
oklahoma state: Justin Gilbert (2011), Markelle Martin (2011), Quinn Sharp (201011), Dan Bailey (2010), Perrish Cox (2009), Matt Fodge (2006, 08), Darrent Williams (2003), Chris Massey (2001-02), Luke Phillips (2001-02) Duke: Brian Morton (1999-00), Sims Lenhardt (1997-98-99), John Krueger (1996), John Zuanich (1994) rice: Larry Izzo (1994), Trevor Cobb (1990-91-92)

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STEVE steve
assisTanT Head CoaCH: sTeVe dunlap

CoaCHing responsibiliTY: ebackers Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Lin
BirTHDay: February 4 , ’76) eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (WVU wesT Virginia: 26 year aT HoMeTown: Hurricane, W.Va. hter– Megan FaMiLy: Wife – Wendy, Son – Matthew, Daug 35 year in CoaCHing:

assisTanT Head CoaCH
PlAying CAreer
• Three-year letterwinner at linebacker at West Virginia (1973-75) • Set school records for total tackles in a season (190) and tackles in a game (28) • Still ranks No. 10 on the school’s career tackle list (359)

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• CJ Spillman was No. 3 in Conference USA and tied for No. 12 nationally in tackles and tied for No. 1 in forced fumbles in the league
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• Three of his players were selected in the first round of the NFL draft, including Mario Williams, who was the No. 1 overall selection in the 2006 draft
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CoACHing CAreer
2012: West Virginia (special teams coordinator/outside linebackers) 2011: West Virginia (safeties/defensive special teams) 2010: West Virginia (assistant head coach/safeties/defensive special teams) 2008-09: West Virginia (assistant head coach/safeties) 2007: Marshall (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2005-06: NC State (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2004: Syracuse (defensive coordinator) 2002-03: Syracuse (assistant head coach) 2001-05: Syracuse (linebackers) 1991-2000: West Virginia (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 1987-92: West Virginia (defensive backs) 1984-86, 1993-2000: West Virginia (inside linebackers) 1982-83: Navy (defensive line) 1978-81: West Virginia (graduate assistant/part-time assistant/linebackers)

• In 2003, the Orange ranked No. 2 in the BIG EAST and No. 20 nationally in turnover margin • In 2001, Syracuse ranked No. 2 in the conference in turnover margin and No. 7 nationally. The Orange also were No. 24 nationally in pass defense, No. 26 in scoring defense and No. 28 in pass efficiency defense
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Broyles Award finalist in 1996, signifying the top assistant coach in the nation Coached in two national championship games (1989 and 1993 while with West Virginia) The 2000 squad was No. 23 nationally in turnover margin The 1996 squad led the nation in total defense, No. 2 in rushing defense and turnover margin, No. 4 in scoring defense and No. 5 in pass efficiency defense • The 1994 squad set a then-school record for fewest points allowed in a 13-game season

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (11)
west Virginia: Tim Brown (1997), Mike Collins (1995), Barrett Green (2000), Alvoid Mays (1990), Bo Orlando (1990), Bernard Russ (1997), Robert Sands (2011), Matt Smith (1987) syracuse: Clifton Smith (2003), Rich Scanlon (2004) nC state: Stephen Tulloch (2006)

Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (18)
2012: Orange 2008: Meineke Car Care 2001: Insight.com 1997: Carquest 1994: Sugar 1987: Sun 2010: Champs Sports 2006: Meineke Car Care 2000: Music City 1997: Gator 1989: Gator 1984: Bluebonnet 2010: Gator 2004: Champs Sports 1998: Insight.com 1995: Carquest 1989: Fiesta 1981: Peach

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (2)
west Virginia: Bo Orlando (1988), Robert Sands (2010)

All-ConFerenCe/All-eASt PlAyerS (30)
west Virginia: Tim Brown (1993), Derek Christian (1985), Mike Collins (1992), Willie Edwards (1988), Barrett Green (1988-89), John Hadley (1997), Alvoid Mays (1988), Bo Orlando (1987-88), Van Richardson (1984-85), Wes Richardson (1993), Bernard Russ (1996), Robert Sands (2009-10), Eain Smith (2011), Matt Smith (1984-85-86), J.T. Thomas, Sr. (1995), Preston Waters (1989), Terry White (1987), Darrell Whitmore (1988-89) syracuse: Clifton Smith (2001-02), Rich Scanlon (2003) nC state: Stephen Tulloch (2005) Marshall: Byron Kitchens (2007)

CoACHing HigHligHtS
weSt VirginiA

• In 2011, the defense was No. 11 in pass efficiency defense, No. 31 in interceptions, No. 33 in total defense and No. 35 in pass defense • In 2010, the defense was No. 3 in scoring and total defense and No. 11 in pass defense • Defense led the BIG EAST in interceptions (17) in 2009 • Defense finished No. 11 nationally in scoring defense and No. 16 in pass efficiency defense in 2008

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CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Offensive Coordinator/Receivers
BirTHDay: August 9 eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Wingate, ’00) year in CoaCHing: 11 HoMeTown: Clinton, La. year aT wesT Virginia: 2

assisTanT CoaCH: sHannon dawson

assisTanT CoaCH
PlAying CAreer
• Played quarterback and receiver at Wingate • Led all receivers with 43 catches for 584 yards and seven touchdowns, while passing for two touchdowns

CoACHing CAreer
2012: West Virginia (offensive coordinator/receivers) 2011: West Virginia (inside receivers) 2008-10: Stephen F. Austin (offensive coordinator) 2006-07: Millsaps (offensive coordinator) 2005: New Mexico State (graduate assistant/offense) 2004: Southeastern Louisiana (running backs) 2003: Southeastern Louisiana (offensive quality control) 2002: Wingate (wide receivers)

• Moses finished his career as the school and league’s all-time passer, setting records in completions (1,151), touchdown passes (121), passing yards (13,061) and total offense (12,853) • In 2009, his offensive squad led the nation in passing yards (343.7) and was No. 2 in total offense (468.9), No. 6 in scoring offense (34.9) and No. 10 in pass efficiency (147.8) • The Lumberjacks led the Southland Conference in all four categories and was second in scoring offense • Moses led the nation in touchdown passes (40), was third in passing yards (317.2), fourth in points responsible for (18.5) and fifth in total offense (320.5) • In 2008, Stephen F. Austin averaged only 16 points per game and came off a winless season. In his first season, the Lumberjacks led the Southland Conference in passing offense (345.8) and were No. 3 in the nation. They also were nationally ranked No. 13 in total offense (415.7) and No. 14 in scoring offense (35.0)
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Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (1)
2012: Orange

• Helped lead Millsaps to the 2006 NCAA DIII playoffs • The Majors won back-to-back conference championships for the first time in school history • Offense averaged more than 35 points a game and was ranked in the Top 20 in both seasons, including as high as No. 5 in total offense • Offense recorded 4,107 yards of total offense in 2006 and more than 4,500 in 2007 • Quarterback Juan Joseph, the two-time conference player of the year, signed with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League in 2009

CoACHing HigHligHtS
weSt VirginiA

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (4)
stephen F. austin: Dominique Edison (2010), Contrevious Parks (2010) Millsaps: Chris Jackson (2009), Juan Joseph (2009)

• West Virginia ranked No. 6 in passing offense, No. 13 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense • Receiver Tavon Austin set the school record for most catches in a season (101) and was No. 2 in season receiving yards (1,186) • Austin was No. 8 nationally in receptions per game and No. 23 in receiving yards per game • Austin was No. 1 nationally in all-purpose yardage (199 average yards per game)
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All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (5)
stephen F. austin: Dominique Edson (2009), Jeremy Moses (2009-10), Cordell Roberson (2010) Millsaps: Chris Jackson (2006)

• Helped lead Stephen F. Austin to the 2009 and 2010 NCAA FCS playoffs • In 2010, Dawson guided the nation’s No. 1 passing offense (362.2) and No. 4 scoring offense (36.3), ranking No. 6 in total offense (442.9) • The Lumberjacks led the Southland Conference in all three categories, as well as pass efficiency (137.23) • Quarterback Jeremy Moses was a two-time All-American, two-time Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Year and won the Walter Payton Award, given to the Player of the Year in the NCAA FCS Division

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (24)
west Virginia: Tavon Austin (2011) stephen F. austin: Duane Brooks (2009), Gralyn Crawford (2009), Dominique Edison (2008-09), Anthony Foster (2010), Kris Lott (2010), Jeremy Moses (2008-09-10), Contrevious Parks (2008-09-10), Aaron Rhea (2009), Cordell Roberson (2010) Millsaps: Louis Conley (2007), Donnie Epps (2007) Josh Hanna (2006), Chris Jackson (2006), Juan Joseph (2006-07), Eric McCarty (2007), Burt Pereira (2007), Raymond Savage (2007)

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Keith
assisTanT CoaCH: keiTH paTTerson

CoaCHing responsibiliTY:ers Co-Defensive Coordinator/Lineback

HoMeTown: Marlow, Okla. BirTHDay: May 20 s A&M-Commerce, ’03) Central, ‘86); Master’s Degree (Texa eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (East Stepdaughter – Bretlie n and Erin, Stepson – Kelby, FaMiLy: Wife – Melissa, Daughters – Fallo year in CoaCHing: 26 year aT wesT Virginia: 1
• In 2010, he helped mold a defense that led the country in interceptions (24) and ranked third in turnovers gained (36) • Facing the nation’s top passing offense in Hawai’i in the 2010 Hawai’i Bowl, Tulsa’s defense forced five interceptions and six total turnovers en route to a victory over the No. 24 Rainbows. The win was the Golden Hurricane’s 36th over a four-year span and marked the program’s third consecutive bowl triumph • Patterson tutored some of the most productive and accomplished defenders in Tulsa football history • His star pupils include first-team All-Conference USA performers Nick Bunting, Chris Chamberlain and Nelson Coleman. The three rank among the top 10 tacklers in school history, a list topped by Coleman who had an impressive 413 career stops • Bunting finished his career as one of the most decorated linebackers ever at Tulsa. He was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year in 2006 and the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Newcomer of the Year in 2003 • Chamberlain, who finished fifth in Tulsa history with 352 tackles, was drafted by St. Louis in 2008 and has spent the past three seasons with the Rams
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assisTanT CoaCH
PlAying CAreer
• Four-year letterwinner as a defensive back at East Central

CoACHing CAreer
2012: West Virginia (co-defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2011: Pitt (interim head coach) 2011: Pitt (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2006-10: Tulsa (co-defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2003-05: Tulsa (linebackers) 2002: Allen High (assistant coach) 2000: Allen High (assistant coach) 1997-99: Ardmore High (head coach) 1995-96: Allen High (assistant coach) 1994: Edmond Santa Fe High (head coach) 1992-93: Edmond Memorial High (assistant coach) 1988-91: Altus High (assistant coach) 1986: East Central (graduate assistant)

Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (7)
2012: BBVA Compass 2007: GMAC 2003: Humanitarian 2010: Hawaii 2006: Armed Forces 2008: GMAC 2005: Liberty

CoACHing HigHligHtS
Pitt

• Patterson-led defense placed five players on the All-Big East Team and had one All-American • In 2011, the Pitt defense was ranked No. 3 nationally in sacks (3.31), tied for No. 12 in tackles for loss (98), No. 14 in defensive third-down efficiency (32.98), No. 21 in rushing defense (116.9), No. 35 in total defense (350.62) and No. 38 in scoring defense (22.4)
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• Patterson had 16 years coaching experience as a high school coach in Oklahoma and Texas. • He spent two years (2000 and ‘02) as linebackers, defensive backs and special teams coach at Allen (Texas) High School. He also coached at Allen High School from 1995-96 • Before that, he was the head football coach at Ardmore (Okla.) High School for three seasons (1997-99). At Ardmore, Patterson led his team to the District 5A 1 Championship in 1999, while earning district coach of the year honors • In 1994, Patterson was the head coach at Edmond Santa Fe (Okla.) High School. Prior to that, he served as defensive secondary coach at Edmond Memorial High School for two seasons (1992-93) • He began his high school coaching career in 1988 at Altus (Okla.) High School, where he coached the outside linebackers and defensive backs for four years • He helped lead Altus to a state runner-up finish in Class 4A, while helping Edmond Memorial to a Class 6A runner-up finish in 1993

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (2)
Pitt: Max Gruder (2011) Tulsa: Chris Chamberlain (2007)

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (14)
Pitt: Max Gruder (2011) Tulsa: Chris Chamberlain (2006-07), Nelson Coleman (2005-06-07), Nick Bunting (2003-04-05-06), Nick Graham (2005), Michael LeDet (2003-04), Jorma Bailey (2003)

• Helped lead Tulsa to a Conference USA championship (2005) and western division championships four times • In addition to coaching the linebackers, Patterson served as co-defensive coordinator his final five seasons at Tulsa

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Bill
CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Offensive Line
BirTHDay: August 9 HoMeTown: St. Charles, Ill. eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Iowa Wesle yan, ’95); Master’s Degree (Texas Tech, ‘01) FaMiLy: Wife – Marydee; Son – William year aT wesT Virginia: 2 year in CoaCHing: 17

assisTanT CoaCH: bill bedenbaugH

assisTanT CoaCH
PlAying CAreer
• Four-year starter at Iowa Wesleyan as a lineman for Mike Leach, who Bedenbaugh later worked for at Texas Tech

• Crafted a rushing game that complemented UA’s passing attack in 2008, producing 131 yards per contest and scoring 33 touchdowns on the ground, second in the league • Helped produce a balanced offensive attack that averaged 402 yards per contest, U A’s best in nine years and No. 5 in school history in 2008
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CoACHing CAreer
2011-12: West Virginia (offensive line) 2010: Arizona (co-offensive coordinator/offensive line) 2007-09: Arizona (offensive line/running game coordinator) 2005-06: Texas Tech (offensive line) 2003-04: Texas Tech (running backs) 2000-02: Texas Tech (graduate assistant/offensive line) 1999: Ferris State (offensive line/running game coordinator) 1997-98: Central Michigan (graduate assistant/offensive line) 1996: Valdosta State (offensive line) 1995: Oklahoma Panhandle State (offensive line)

• Coached the offensive unit that helped pave the way for a Texas Tech squad that finished first in the Big 12 in total offense and No. 6 nationally, while rating 13th in Division I-A for scoring at 32.5 points per game • Coached a unit that reduced sacks allowed from 36 the previous year to only 19 - on 656 passing attempts in 2006
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• Named NCAA Division II Coordinator of the Year after helping lead Ferris State to a division-best 534 yards per game as offensive line coach and running game coordinator

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (11)
west Virginia: Don Barclay (OT) arizona: Eben Britton (OT) Texas Tech: Cody Campbell (OL), Toby Cecil (C), Dylan Gandy (OL), Gabe Hall (OT), Daniel Loper (OT), Manny Ramirez (OL), Louis Vasquez (OL), E.J. Whitley (OL), Ricky Williams (RB)

Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD: (11)
2012: Orange 2008: Las Vegas 2004: Holiday 2001: Alamo 2010: Alamo 2006: Insight.com 2003: Houston 2000: Hall of Fame 2009: Holiday 2005: Cotton 2002: Tangerine

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (4)
west Virginia: Don Barclay (2011) arizona: Colin Baxter (2007, 2010) Ferris state: Dennis Strey (1999)

CoACHing HigHligHtS
weSt VirginiA

• Offensive line helped pave the way for the offense to average 37.6 points a game, 4,509 yards passing and 6,104 yards of total offense • Offense line was vital part in WVU’s national finish - No. 6 nationally in passing, No. 11 in red zone efficiency, No. 13 in scoring, No. 15 in total offense and No. 27 in first down offense
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All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (32)
west Virginia: Don Barclay (2011), Joe Madsen (2011) arizona: Colin Baxter (2008-09-10), Adam Grant (2009-10), Eben Britton (2007-08), Peter Graniello (2007), Taurean Henderson (2003-04) Texas Tech: Gabe Hall (2006), Glenn January (2006), Louis Vasquez (2006), Manny Ramirez (2005-06), E.J. Whitley (2002, 05), Daniel Loper (2002), Rex Richards (200001-02), Matt Heider (2000-01) Ferris state: Todd Budden (1999), Jonathon Griffin (1999), Jason Losinski (1999), Dennis Strey (1999) Central Michigan: Rollie Ferris (1997) Valdosta state: Felise Muai (1996), Drew McPhail (1996)

• Nationally, Arizona ranked No. 9 in passing offense with 307.67 yards per game and No. 24 in total offense with 439.38 yards per game. The passing offense mark ranked first in the Pac-10 • Coached a unit that finished 10th nationally in 2009 with 13 total sacks allowed. The Cats were in the Pac-10’s upper half in scoring, passing offense and rushing offense and had the third-lowest turnover total in the conference

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assisTanT CoaCH: roberT gillespie

Robert
CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Running Backs
BirTHDay: November 2 da, ’05) eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Flori year aT wesT Virginia: 2 HoMeTown: Hattiesburg, Miss. Son – Wynston FaMiLy: Wife – Crystal; Daughter – Nola, ng: 8 year in CoaCHi

assisTanT CoaCH
PlAying CAreer
• Four-year letterwinner at tailback under Steve Spurrier at Florida from 1998-2001 • Totaled 1,854 yards rushing, while also becoming the second all-time Gator running back in career receptions (96) and receiving yards (1,091) • Team captain in 2001, when Florida finished 10-2 and ranked third in both major polls • Helped lead the Gators to the Citrus Bowl, the Sugar Bowl and two Orange Bowls • Signed as an undrafted free agent in 2002 by the Washington Redskins. Also played for the Frankfurt Galaxy in the NFL Europe in 2003

oklAHomA StAte

• In 2010, Kendall Hunter was ninth in the nation with 1,548 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns • Oklahoma State finished No. 3 nationally in total offense and scoring offense • The Cowboys rushed for 2,267 yards for almost 175 yards per game • In 2009, Keith Toston was an all-Big 12 first team performer who rushed for 1,218 yards • The Cowboys led the conference in rushing offense at 187.8 yards per game. • Fullback Bryant Ward also earned first-team All-conference honors in Gillespie’s first season
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CoACHing CAreer
2011: West Virginia (running backs) 2009-10: Oklahoma State (running backs) 2006-08: South Carolina (running backs) 2005: South Carolina (graduate assistant)

• Promoted to the Gamecocks’ running backs coach on Dec. 16, 2005, after spending the 2005 campaign as a graduate assistant for video • Running backs combined to rush for 1,876 yards in 2006, marking a 61 percent increase from the year prior to his appointment as running backs coach • Averaged 144.31 rushing yards per game in 2006, ranking No. 49 nationally just one year after ranking No. 108 • In 2007, Gamecock tailback Cory Boyd rushed for 903 yards, the most yards for South Carolina back since 2000

Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (6)
2012: Orange 2009: Outback 2010: Alamo 2006: Liberty 2010: Cotton 2005: Independence

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (3)
oklahoma state: Kendall Hunter (2011), Keith Totson (2010) south Carolina: Cory Boyd (2008)

CoACHing HigHligHtS
weSt VirginiA

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (1)
oklahoma state: Kendall Hunter (2010)

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Named Co-Big East Recruiter of the Year by Scout.com West Virginia finished No. 13 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense Dustin Garrison was named East Coast Athletic Conference Offensive Rookie of the Year Garrison averaged 5.5 yards per carry, finishing No. 6 in the Big East in rushing Shawne Alston averaged 4.3 yards per carry and scored 12 touchdowns, the most individual rushing touchdowns since 2007

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (4)
oklahoma state: Kendall Hunter (2010), Bryant Ward (2009-10), Keith Totson (2009)

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daron
CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Cornerbacks
BirTHDay: November 29 HoMeTown: Mt. Pleasant, Texas eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Texas, ’01), Master’s Degree (Harvard, ’04), Juris Docto rate (Harvard, ’07) FaMiLy: Wife – Hilary, Son – Dylan year aT wesT Virginia: 2 year in CoaCHing: 6

assisTanT CoaCH: daron roberTs

assisTanT CoaCH
CoACHing CAreer
2012: West Virginia (cornerbacks) 2011: West Virginia (wide receivers; special teams – returners) 2009-10: Detroit Lions (assistant secondary) 2008: Kansas City Chiefs (defensive quality control assistant) 2007: Kansas City Chiefs (special teams/defensive volunteer coaching assistant)

• Installed the zone, man-to-man, nickel and blitz packages for the defensive backs • Administrated blitz and coverage walk-thru sessions and supervised the opponent scout team • Evaluated the weaknesses/strengths of free agent and draft eligible players, assisted with the in-house workouts of potential signees and administered defensive back workouts during college pro days • Secondary accounted for 14 interceptions, nearly quadruple the production in 2008
kAnSAS City CHieFS

Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (1)
2012: Orange

CoACHing HigHligHtS
weSt VirginiA

• Named Co-Big East Recruiter of the Year by Scout.com • West Virginia finished No. 6 in passing offense, No. 13 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense • Stedman Bailey set the school record for receiving yards (1,279) and was tied for No. 5 on school’s single-season chart for receptions (72) • Bailey set the school record for consecutive 100-yard receiving performances (5) and finished the season with seven • Bailey tied the single-season school record for touchdown receptions (12) • Tavon Austin was named the Big East Conference Special Teams Player of the Year • Austin earned first team All-America honors from CBSsports.com and Phil Steele as a return specialist, second team from Yahoo! Sports and third team from Associated Press • Tavon Austin led the nation in all-purpose yardage with 2,574 yards, only the second player in the WVU season history to record 2,000 or more yards
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• In 2008, Roberts produced weekly scouting reports that contained personnel breakdown and formation tendencies, down/distance tendencies and play diagrams with detailed blocking schemes and route combinations • He tutored rookie defensive backs, created team/player specific video cutups for head coach, ran weekly self-scout breakdowns to isolate Chiefs’ defensive call tendencies and success versus run/pass • He assisted the secondary coach with film breakdown and served as the sideline signal-caller during team practices and games • In 2007, Roberts set up special team drills for practices, led kickoff and punt drills, focusing on lane integrity and get-off techniques and spearheaded post-practice drills for kickoff and punt returners

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (1)
• west Virginia: Tavon Austin (2011)

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (2)
• west Virginia: Tavon Austin (2011), Stedman Bailey (2011)

non-FootBAll exPerienCe AnD ACHieVementS
• In 2011, named the Outstanding Young Texas Ex Award by UT Alumni Association • Worked for four law firms, serving as an associate, governmental affairs committee staffer for Senator Joseph Lieberman and as an assistant to the chief counsel for Texas Lieutenant Governor Bill Ratliff • In 2000-01, President of Texas Student Body

• Led the practice and pregame defensive back drills, focusing on man-to-man coverage, plant-and-drive, jam re-routes and zone-drop techniques

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assisTanT CoaCH: erik slaugHTer

CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Defensive Line
BirTHDay: November 2 ton State, ‘90) eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Tarle year aT wesT Virginia: 1 HoMeTown: Hico, Texas ters – Paige & Bailey FaMiLy: Wife – Shawna, Son – Seth, Daugh 23 year in CoaCHing:

assisTanT CoaCH
• In his first season in Nacogdoches, Slaughter helped produce one of the nation’s top defensive players in defensive end Tim Knicky. A two-time All American, and four-time all-conference selection, Knicky battled through injuries his senior season to record 15 tackles for losses, and finish second in the nation with 12.5 sacks (1.04 pg). Knicky was among the players considered for the 2009 Buck Buchanan Award, an award given annually to the top defensive player at the NCAA FCS level. The 2009 SLC Defensive Player of the Year, Knicky graduated from SFA as the school all-time sack leader
glen roSe HigH

CoACHing CAreer
2012: West Virginia (defensive line) 2009-11: Stephen F. Austin (defensive line) 2008: Texas A&M Commerce (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2006-07: Glen Rose High (head coach) 2003-05: Houston (outside linebackers/strength & conditioning) 2002: Springtown High (athletic director/head coach) 2000-01: East Bernard High (athletic director/head coach) 1999-00: Linden-Kildare High (athletic director/head coach) 1990-98: Stephenville High (assistant coach)

• Guided team to back-to-back district titles, and an appearance in the 2007 state quarterfinals • Named the 2006 and 2007 District 12 AAA Coach of the Year
HouSton

Bowl exPerienCe (2)
• 2005: Fort Worth • 2003: Hawaii

• Coached a linebacking corps that allowed 177.2 rushing yards per game in 2005 • Outside linebacker Brendan Pahulu finished second on the team with 94 tackles (22 solo, 72 assisted), as well as recording nine tackles for loss, four sacks and one interception
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CoACHing HigHligHtS
StePHen F. AuStin

• Took a squad with a three-year Class AAA record of 9-21 to the Class AAAA playoffs in 2002
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• SFA finished the year with 48 sacks, leading the nation in sacks (4.36 per game) and tackles for losses (10.18 per game). SFA became the only NCAA Division I school to record at least 40 sacks in each of the past three seasons • Converted Willie Jefferson from a tight end into one of the nation’s more intimidating defensive ends. Jefferson was named the 2011 Southlan Conference Player of the Year after leading the league with 16 total sacks. Along the way he set an SFA single-game record with 4.5 sacks against McNeese State, only to follow that up by tying the conference record (5.0) in the season finale at Northwestern State • Malcolm Mattox was another leader on the ‘Jacks’ defensive front in 2011. Mattox followed up a strong rookie campaign by finishing second only to Jefferson in the league in sacks earning second-team All-SLC honors. It marked the second-straight year that SFA has produced the league’s top two sack leaders • In 2010, Slaughter took Kenneth Charles, who spent the previous three seasons as an interior linemen, and made him a first-team All-SLC selection, and an AllAmerican honoree as a defensive end. Charles capped a career year in 2010 finishing among the nation’s top 15 in sacks and tackles for losses

• Compiled a 15-7 record over the 2000 and 2001 seasons • Named the 2001-02 District 27 AA Coach of the Year • 2001-02 Wharton Country Coach of the Year

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (2)
stephen F. austin: Tim Knicky (2010), Kenneth Charles (2011)

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (3)
stephen F. austin: Willie Jefferson (2011), Kenneth Charles (2010), Tim Knicky (2009)

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (9)
stephen F. austin: Jacob Fincher (2011), Willie Jefferson (2011), Malcolm Mattox (2011), Kenneth Charles (2009-10), Rainey Sternes (2010), Sean Warren (2009-10), Tim Knicky (2009)

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Jake
CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Quarterbacks
BirTHDay: May 1 eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Missouri State, ‘08) year in CoaCHing: 5 HoMeTown: Tulsa, Okla. year aT wesT Virginia: 2

assisTanT CoaCH: Jake spaViTal

assisTanT CoaCH
• Smith threw for 4,385 yards in 13 games, the fourth-best total in NCAA during 2011 season • Smith threw four 400-yard passing games on the season and for his career and a Big East single-season record of eight 300-yard passing games
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PlAying CAreer
• Two-year letterwinner at Missouri State as a quarterback and punter • First team all-state quarterback at Tulsa (Okla.) Union High, passing for more than 1,800 yards and 18 touchdowns, while running for 682 yards and 17 touchdowns • Helped lead team to a 12-1 record and No. 3 ranking nationally as a senior and the Class 6A state title and No. 2 national ranking as a junior • Helped lead team to a 26-1 record as a prep starter and accounted for 52 touchdowns, more than 4,000 yards passing and 1,000 yards rushing

CoACHing CAreer
2011-12: West Virginia (quarterbacks) 2010: Oklahoma State (offensive graduate assistant) 2009: Houston (offensive graduate assistant) 2008: Tulsa (offensive graduate assistant)

• The Cowboys led the nation in total offense during the regular season and finished No. 2 in passing offense and No. 3 in total and scoring offense. • OSU averaged 520.23 yards per game in total offense, including 345.9 passing yards and 44.23 points per game • The Cowboys won a school-record 10 wins during the regular season and won the Valero Alamo Bowl. • Quarterback Brandon Weeden passed for more than 3,000 yards and became the first OSU passer to earn first team all-Big 12 honors and was a finalist for the Manning Award, given to the top quarterback in the nation.
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Bowl gAmeS CoACHeD (4)
2012: Orange 2009: Armed Forces 2010: Alamo 2008: GMAC

• The Cougars finished No. 1 nationally in total offense (563.4), passing offense (433.7) and scoring offense (42.2) • Quarterback Case Keenum led the nation in total offense, totaling 416.4 yards per game. • Keenum also ranked among the Top 10 nationally in pass efficiency.
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CoACHing HigHligHtS
weSt VirginiA:

• He was a vital part of the No. 1 ranked offense and a team that finished a school-record 11-4 • Tulsa defeated Ball State in the GMAC Bowl

• West Virginia was No. 6 nationally in passing offense, No. 13 in scoring offense No. 15 in total offense and No. 19 in passing efficiency • Coached All-Big East First Team quarterback Geno Smith • Smith set 28 WVU and Big East game, season and career WVU records • Smith was Orange Bowl MVP after throwing for bowl-record 407 yards and six touchdowns and was responsible for seven touchdowns • Smith threw for 31 TD passes which tied WVU single-season record and 33 TDs responsible for set WVU single-season record • Smith ranked No. 5 nationally in passing average (337.31 avg./g) and No. 8 in total offense (334.8 ypg); ranked No. 1 in the Big East in both categories • Smith also ranked No. 17 in the NCAA, No. 1 in the Big East, in passing efficiency (152.6)

ProFeSSionAl PlAyerS (2)
oklahoma state: Brandon Weeden (2010) Tulsa: Dave Johnson (2008)

All-AmeriCAn PlAyerS (1)
Houston: Case Keenum (2009)

All-ConFerenCe PlAyerS (6)
west Virginia: Geno Smith (2011) oklahoma state: Brandon Weeden (2011) Houston: Case Keenum (2009), Chris Thompson (2009) Tulsa: Dave Johnson (2008), G.J. Kinne (2008)

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direCTor of sTrengTH and CondiTioning: mike JosepH

MiKe
CoaCHing responsibiliTY: Strength and Conditioning
direCTor of sTrengTH and CondiTioning
HoMeTown: Fairmont, W.Va. BirTHDay: February 22 t Virginia, ‘01) ont State, ’99), Master’s degree (Wes eDuCaTion: Bachelor’s Degree (Fairm wesT Virginia: 7 year aT Brolin FaMiLy: Wife – Andre, Sons – Quincy and 15 year in CoaCHing:

Certification: Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) and National Strength Coaches Association (NSCA)

CoACHing CAreer
2008-11: West Virginia (Strength and Conditioning) 2005-08: Notre Dame (Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning) 2003-05: Notre Dame (Assistant Strength and Conditioning) 2001-03: Eastern Michigan (Assistant Strength and Conditioning) 1999-2001: West Virginia (Graduate Assistant) 1998-99: Fairmont State (Strength and Conditioning)

CoACHing CAreer
• Administer, coordinate, develop, implement and teach strength and conditioning programs for all Mountaineer student-athletes with a major emphasis on the football program • Served for five years as the assistant strength coach at Notre Dame (2003-08), working with football and was responsible for the strength and conditioning programs for baseball, volleyball, track and softball • At Notre Dame, he worked with the head strength coach with football, assisted with workouts, testing, conditioning, speed and agility training and in-season and offseason training schedules on a daily basis

• Responsible for developing and training the quarterbacks, tight ends, linebackers, running backs and injured players • Also had the same responsibilities with the sports of baseball, volleyball and softball • Supervised and maintained facility and equipment and scheduling all studentathletes for the school’s 27 sports • Spent two years as an assistant strength coach at Eastern Michigan (2001-03) • While at Eastern Michigan, worked with football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball and wrestling • Served as a graduate assistant at WVU for two years (1999-2001) • Worked at Healthworks Fitness and Rehabilitation in Morgantown during the 2001 summer • Strength and conditioning coach at Fairmont State (Aug. 1998 – May 1999) • Served as a guest speaker and instructor at numerous camps and clinics • Has served as a classroom instructor and state director for the National Association of Speed and Explosion • While at Fairmont State, Joseph was a four-year letterman and three-year captain on the football team from 1994-97 • Three time first-team all-WVIAC selection and was named the WVIAC Offensive Player of the Year in 1996 • A 1997 regional All-American, a Burger King Scholar Athlete and a WVIAC Scholar Athlete

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alex Hammond
Director of Football Operations

rYan dorCHesTer
Coordinator of Recruiting Operations

Alex Hammond is in his second year on the Mountaineer football staff as the director of football operations. He came to West Virginia in August 2011 as the director of recruiting operations, before moving into his current role in September. Hammond oversees all of the administrative operations and responsibilities of the football program and provides direct support to the head coach. He handles the department budget, daily schedules, travel schedules, professional scouts, facility scheduling, coaches’ clinics, training table, scholarship disbursement, ticket allocation, preseason planning and bowl preparation. He oversees the football equipment room, the video staff and the recruiting office. He also manages the department budget and serves as the staff liaison to the Big 12 office, football alumni, the media and WVU’s 16 other varsity sports. Hammond came to West Virginia after serving as the associate director of amateurism certification at the NCAA from 2009-11. In his position, he was responsible for educating elite athletes, member institutions and conferences on NCAA legislation, served as the NCAA liaison to the Big 12 and Atlantic Coast Conferences on issues regarding amateurism and conducted amateurism reviews on high profile studentathletes. Prior to his tenure with the NCAA, Hammond was an associate in the international sports group at the law firm of Baker and Daniels from 2008-09. He advised multi-national companies on global business operations, drafted contracts for corporate mergers and acquisitions and assisted with the development of the firm’s sports practice group. Hammond also held several positions working for the United States federal government (2003-06), serving with the office of the General Counsel for the Department of Defense, a special assistant to Ambassador Randall Tobias for the US Department of State and as a public affairs officer and legislative assistant at the White House for the National Drug Control Policy. Hammond graduated from Texas in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in government and earned his juris doctorate from the Northwestern University School of Law in 2008. While a student at Texas, he interned at the White House for the office of public affairs and was the executive director of the Longhorn student body, the highest appointed student position at the University. He represented the student body in front of the Texas State Legislature. While earning his law degree at Northwestern, he co-founded and served as the vice president of operations for the Global Trends Group. It was organization that provided political and economic risk analysis to corporations seeking global expansion. Hammond, a native of Indianapolis, Ind., is married to the former Susan Swift of Atmore, Ala.

Ryan Dorchester is in his first year as the Coordinator of Recruiting Operations within the West Virginia football program. In his role, Dorchester serves in an administrative capacity, overseeing the operational aspects of football recruiting. He organizes the day-to-day recruitment of student-athletes, including building the program’s data bank of prospects and compiles information and video files. He is the liaison with the University admissions office, is the primary contact with the athletic compliance office regarding recruiting, oversees the correspondence with prospects and manages the planning of on-campus official and unofficial recruiting visits. Dorchester coordinates the coaches’ travel schedule for recruiting and oversees and organizes the program’s records, checklists, calendars, research and recruiting boards. He also coordinates NCAA and Big 12 Conference rules testing for WVU, compliance reviews and meetings for the football staff with the school’s compliance department. In his current position, he builds and maintains relationships with high school and junior college coaches to advance recruiting, assists with the planning of the annual clinic for high school coaches and coordinates the summer jobs program for the student-athletes. Dorchester worked with the Mountaineer football program since 2004, when he joined the managerial staff as a student equipment manager and served in that capacity for four years. Since then, he has been a graduate assistant for recruiting, assisting with the day-to-day operations of the program’s recruiting efforts. Dorchester earned his bachelor’s degree in history from West Virginia in 2008 and his master’s degree in higher educational leadership in 2010.

Wilson works with the academic support staff in tracking and counseling student athletes and also provides player agent education, contribute to LifeSkills programming and assists the student-athletes with recognizing opportunities for University services and resources. He organizes preseason training camp in regards to operations such as daily meal schedules and provides security and game officials for practices and scrimmages. Wilson assists with community relations programs, on-campus recruiting and the annual high school coaches’ clinic. He administers the professional football education program and assists the studentathletes, who have professional potential, with the exceptional student-athlete disability insurance program and with the college advisory committee. Wilson was a four-year letterwinner at running back for the Mountaineers from 1999-03, finishing with 2,608 career rushing yards, ranking No. 5 WVU’s career rushing chart. He registered 901 yards and six touchdowns as a junior and 1,380 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior. Wilson was a third team All-American by the Associated Press and was one of eight semifinalists for the Doak Walker Award. He was drafted in the seventh round of the 2004 NFL draft by the Atlanta Falcons and played three years for the Cincinnati Bengals from 200408. He played one season for the Berlin Rebels of the German Football League in 2010. Wilson, a native of Weirton, W.Va., and the son of former NFL linebacker Otis Wilson and Kyle Wilson, earned his bachelor’s degree in coaching education from West Virginia in 2003.

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CurTis Jones
Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Services

QuinCY wilson
Assistant Director of Football Operations

Former Mountaineer great Quincy Wilson returns to his alma mater to serve as the assistant director of football operations. Wilson assists the director of football operations with the daily activities of the football office and serves as a program liaison with compliance, academic support and residence life. He comes to West Virginia after serving as the marketing sales manager for State Industrial Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio, since 2010. He handled more than 125 accounts for State Industrial, a company who provides services in air and water purification and treatment. He was ranked in the Top five of the region in overall sales every month in the Northeast Region.

Curtis Jones is in his first year as the assistant athletic director for academic services. He comes to WVU after serving as an academic counselor for football student-athletes at Texas for the past three years. Jones administers the operation of the student services division and oversees the academic staff, assuring a commitment to academic excellence. He works with student-athletes to establish academic goals and then organizes and implements programs to assist the studentathletes in meeting those goals. Jones serves as the liaison to the University’s academic community, provost’s office, admissions’ office, registrar’s office and disability services. He assists the student-athletes in identifying educational and career interests, selecting classes and determining academic majors. Jones also provides guidance to the studentathletes in meeting their educational goals, through monitoring and guiding during study hall, tutoring and assisting with test preparation, study skills and time management. Prior to his stint at Texas, he was the assistant athletics director for football student-athlete development at USF (2008-09), assistant director

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of athletic academic affairs at Oklahoma (2005-08), assistant athletics director for compliance at OU (2004-05), director of compliance (2003-04) Jones worked for two years at Nike, as the product line manager for baseball and football footwear, at its headquarters in Beaverton, Ore. He also worked as an account manager for the Zipatoni Company and Wieden & Kennedy, marketing and advertising agencies, servicing industry leading national corporate accounts. He is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics, the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics APR Consultants and served on Oklahoma’s Athletic Diversity Council and its Committee on Governance and Compliance. Jones graduated with his bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1995 from Dartmouth and earned his master’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in advertising from Missouri in 1998. He was a fouryear letterwinner in baseball while at Dartmouth. Jones, a native of St. Louis, Mo., is married to the former Mary Ellen Enigk.

amY king
Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Academic Services

aaron malik
Assistant Equipment Manager

kelli HinTon fooTball sTaff
Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Academic Services

Kelli Hinton is in her second year as an assistant director of student-athlete academic services with responsibility of working with the Mountaineer football program. Hinton assists with developing individualized programs, then monitors each student-athletes’ progress to ensure their academic success and make sure they are on track toward graduation. Hinton also provides guidance to the studentathletes, assisting them with the organization and development of their course schedules each semester, helps oversee the study hall program, teaches study skills to at-risk students and works in conjunction with the compliance department on eligibility issues. Hinton came to West Virginia after serving as an athletic academic advisor at Cincinnati for a year. She worked with the baseball, volleyball, tennis and men’s and women’s golf programs. Prior to that, she served a year at Ohio State as the assistant athletic academic counselor and then served as a student assistant in the athletic academic program at Indiana. Hinton served as an associate instructor at Indiana for a year and worked as a CHAMPS/ LifeSkills graduate assistant at Xavier. She is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics. Hinton graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cincinnati in 2003 and earned a master’s degree in kinesiology from Indiana in 2008.

Amy King is in her second year as the assistant director of student-athlete academic services with emphasis on the football program and third year as a member of the academic services unit at West Virginia. King assists with developing individualized programs, then monitors each student-athletes’ progress to ensure their academic success and make sure they are on track toward graduation. She provides guidance to the studentathletes, assisting them with the organization and development of their course schedules each semester, helps oversee the study hall program, teaches study skills to at-risk students and works in conjunction with the compliance department on eligibility issues. Prior to that, she served as an athletics educational counselor (January 2011-August 2011) and also was an athletic tutor (August 2010 – December 2010). She was responsible for academic advising, creating and implementing a new study hall policy and overseeing the freshman orientation workshop. As a tutor, she worked with student athletes one-on-one to ensure that assignments were completed in a timely fashion and exams were prepared for, while also helping in areas such as time management and organization. King worked four years as the academic services and Champs/LifeSkills Coordinator at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. She also was a graduate assistant in the academic support services area at Akron for a year, and also served a year as a mentor/tutor, also at Akron. King graduated Magna Cum Laude with her bachelor’s degree in education from Akron in 2006 and earned her master’s of education degree from Ohio University in 2009.

Aaron Malik is in his third year as the assistant equipment manager for the Mountaineer football program. He spent the 2009 season as an equipment graduate assistant with the football program. In his role in the equipment room, Malik coordinates the maintenance and repair of athletic equipment, uniforms and facilities. He also inspects the equipment for defects and assists in the purchase, issuance, storage and accountability of all Nike athletic equipment, footwear and apparel. Malik spent two years as an equipment intern with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was responsible for daily operations of the equipment room, locker room and practice fields. He also monitored proper usage of NFL Rules in regards to on-field apparel, logos, colors and NFL trademarks He served as a student equipment manager for football at WVU from 2003-07, including serving as head manager for two years, and was a ball boy for the Steelers from 2000-02, assisting with practices and various game day duties. Malik earned his bachelor’s degree in sport management with minors in communications and sport and exercise psychology from West Virginia in 2007.

breTT kelleY
Video Coordinator

dan neHlen
Equipment Manager

Dan Nehlen is in his 24th year as equipment manager for the Mountaineer football program. The son of Hall of Fame and former Mountaineer coach Don Nehlen, he is responsible for maintaining and procuring all equipment and uniforms for the football program, as well as overseeing the football student managers. Nehlen also coordinates the extensive movement of equipment when West Virginia takes to the road. He joined the West Virginia staff in 1981 as a student manager. In 1986, he became assistant equipment manager and held that position for two years before becoming a full-time staff member in 1988. A native of Canton, Ohio, Nehlen received a bachelor’s degree in physical education and safety in 1985 from West Virginia. He and his wife, Janie, have two children, Ryan, a member of the Mountaineer football team, and Danielle.

Brett Kelley is in his fifth year as the video coordinator for the West Virginia football program. He is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the Mountaineer football program’s video efforts. He handles the day-to-day video operations for practices and games, maintaining the recruiting internet server, film breakdown and exchange, the instant replay system and the production of highlight films. Kelley was honored by The Collegiate Sports Video Association as its 2010 BIG EAST Video Coordinator of the Year as voted on by his peers in the league. He came to Morgantown in 2008 after serving as the video assistant with the Tennessee Titans and the video coordinator and account executive for the Nashville Kats Arena football team for three years. While in Nashville, he was responsible for setup and filming of home games and practices, handling video breakdown and cuts of game and practice footage, overseeing video exchange and filling coach and team requests for specific video cut-ups. He generated season ticket and group ticket sales accounts and took part in grassroots telemarketing campaigns. Prior to that, Kelley worked for the Tennessee Titans as the video operations assistant from March 2005 until December 2007. He filmed training camp and mini-camps and assisted in total operations of the video department. He operated the still-printers on the field for the coaches and

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players on the field and recorded and maintained officials’ copies during the games. During the 2004 season, he served as a marketing and promotions intern with the Nashville Sounds baseball team Kelley, a Morgantown native, graduated from University High School and played linebacker at Fairmont State. He earned his bachelor’s degree in general business with a concentration in sport management from Fairmont State in 2004. He and his wife, Emily, have a daughter, Layne.

mark smiTH
Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning

women’s basketball teams from 2008-10. From 2002-05, he was a safety for the Atlanta Falcons, where he played in 55 games and finished with 50 tackles. He signed with the Carolina Panthers for the 2006 season, playing in all 16 games and recording 11 tackles. McCadam was a two-year member of the Virginia Tech football team from 2000-01. He played in 20 games and finished his college career with 111 tackles and two sacks. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Virginia Tech, in 2001, and his master’s degree in education in 2009, also from Virginia Tech. A native of Lakeside, Calif., McCadam and his wife, Jessica, have four children - Mia, Kole, Mason and Kam.

Mark Smith is in his second year as the assistant director of strength and conditioning with the West Virginia football program. He assists the director of strength and conditioning with all aspects of football. Smith is highly respected in his field, having served stints at the collegiate and professional levels. He comes to West Virginia after serving as the director of strength and conditioning for football at Tennessee in 2009. His collegiate experience includes tenures at South Carolina, 2004-09 (director of strength and conditioning), Kansas, 2002-03 (director of strength and conditioning), Florida, 1998-2002 (assistant director of strength and conditioning) and NC State, 1993-98 (assistant director of strength and conditioning). He served two stints in the NFL working with the New Orleans Saints (2004), (assistant strength and conditioning) and the Washington Redskins (2003-04). He has coached 12 first-round draft picks during his career, 10 football players who were selected to the NFL All-Pro team and one player selected for the Lou Groza Award. Smith, a native of Kannapolis, N.C., was a two-year starter and three-year letterwinner as a linebacker at NC State. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree from NC State in 1989. He holds a certification from USA weightlifting and earned his Performance Enhancement Specialist certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Smith and his wife, Frances, have two boys, Mark and Dylan.

darl bauer
Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning

keVin mCCadam
Coordinator of Speed Development

Darl Bauer is in his fourth year as a member of the strength and conditioning staff at West Virginia, the first year as a graduate assistant and the past three years as a full-time member. Bauer came to West Virginia after serving as a strength and conditioning intern at Eastern Michigan for the 2007 summer. He assisted with the football program and helped train the men’s basketball, women’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams. During the summer of 2006 and 2007 and from December 2008 until May 2009, Bauer was a sports performance specialist at the Total Performance Center in Wixon, Mich. While there, he designed and implemented a four-day weight program for the varsity football team at Novi High. He designed and administered comprehensive offseason strength and conditioning programs for NFL clientele. He also trained athletes of all ages, skill levels and sports from the greater Detroit area. Bauer also served as a strength and conditioning coach at Detroit Country Day School and Fairmont Senior High, setting up training program for their varsity programs. Bauer was a four-year letterwinner as a linebacker at Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Mich., from 2003-2006. He served as the student assistant coach working with the defensive backs at Hillsdale in 2007. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Hillsdale in 2007 and a master’s of science degree in athletic coaching education from West Virginia in 2010. He and his wife, Carly, live in Morgantown.

Spiker has been with WVU since 1975 and served as coordinator of the athletic training curriculum until 1984. He assumed his current duties in 1991 and is serving in his 38th season with the WVU football program. Nationally recognized in sports medicine, the National Athletic Trainers Association named Spiker the 1980 Collegiate Athletic Trainer of the Year, a Distinguished Athletic Trainer in 1994 and inducted him into its hall of fame in 2012. In 1993, he was inducted into the WVU School of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences Hall of Fame, named the WVU School of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences outstanding alumnus in 2007 and named to the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame in 2011. A licensed physical therapist, Spiker is president of HealthWorks Rehab and Fitness, a clinic which specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation. He also spent two years as assistant athletic trainer at North Carolina and three years as an assistant athletic trainer at Pitt. Spiker received his bachelor’s degree in physical education from WVU in 1969 and his master’s degree in education from Pitt in 1972. He earned his physical therapy certificate from Penn in 1973. A native of Bruceton Mills, W.Va., Spiker and his wife, Sabra, have three children - Heather Throckmorton, Tim and Zachary.

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daVe kerns
Head Football Athletic Trainer

Dave Kerns has served as head football athletic trainer, overseeing the day-to-day care of the Mountaineer football team since he arrived in Morgantown in 1994. His responsibilities include keeping the WVU football players ready to practice and play in games, as well as working within the acclaimed athletic training curriculum in the WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. Prior to coming to WVU, Kerns spent seven years at Ohio U., working with the football team and teaching in the athletic training curriculum. Before that, he worked as a graduate assistant with the Bobcat men’s basketball team. During his 27-year career as a certified athletic trainer, Kerns has had presentations at the state and district levels and participated in numerous BOC certification exams. He has served on various NATA committees. A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Kerns earned his bachelor’s degree from Penn State in 1983 and his master’s degree from Ohio U. in 1987. He and his wife, Kelly, reside in Morgantown.

Kevin McCadam is in his third year on the athletic staff at WVU and first as the coordinator of speed development, overseeing all aspects of speed and power development for the football team. McCadam came to Morgantown in 2010 after a stint at Virginia Tech as a graduate assistant, following a successful five-year NFL career. While at Virginia Tech, McCadam worked with the Hokie football team, as well as the men’s and

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Coordinator of Athletic Medical Services

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Assistant Football Athletic Trainer Tony Corley is in his 11th year as an assistant athletic trainer at West Virginia, working primarily with the Mountaineer football program.

John Spiker serves as coordinator of athletic medical services for the Mountaineer athletic program, overseeing the athletic training services for all sports.

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Corley assists with the day-to-day care, rehabilitation and prevention of athletic injuries for the football program. He also has duties as an instructor in the WVU athletic training education program. He is currently the past president of the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association. He was previously the lead athletic trainer at Charleston Area Medical Center’s Sports Medicine and Rehab Center in Charleston, W.Va. As part of his duties at CAMC, he supervised athletic training for Riverside and DuPont High Schools and managed graduate assistant athletic trainers working at other Kanawha County schools. A 1997 WVU graduate with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training, Corley earned his master’s degree in kinesiology from Indiana in 1998; he worked with the Hoosiers’ football, wrestling and basketball programs. He is a certified member of NATA, the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association and the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association and has given a number of professional presentations for those organizations. He also teaches within the Athletic Training Department at WVU A native of Grant Town, W.Va., Corley is married to the former Devanna Lambert of Monongah. They have two children, Brandon and Kayla

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Accounting Clerk

kim Calandrelli
Administrative Associate

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Administrative Associate

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Offensive Graduate Assistant Coach

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Medical Director

CHris Hannon
Offensive Graduate Assistant Coach

Jeff HoroCks

Dr. Matt Lively oversees all aspects of medical care for Mountaineer athletes and serves as a team physician in the area of general medicine. He is responsible for the day-to-day medical needs of WVU’s athletes. The Oak Hill, W.Va. native currently serves as a Professor in the Internal Medicine and Pediatric Departments of West Virginia University Hospitals. He graduated from WVU in 1988 with a degree in athletic training and went on to earn his master’s degree at Eastern Illinois in 1989 and a doctorate of osteopathic medicine from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in 1993. Prior to osteopathic medical school, Lively served stints as an athletic trainer for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Eastern Illinois University. He and his wife, Lisa, reside in Morgantown.

Defensive Graduate Assistant Coach

andrew mCgee
Defensive Graduate Assistant Coach

CaseY smiTHson

Operations/Recruiting Graduate Assistant

rYan paTTY

Video Graduate Assistant

kYle buTler

Video Graduate Assistant

niCHolas leimbaCH
Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

CaiTlin mCfadden

Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

MedicaL staff

dr. kellY bal

Orthopedic Surgeon

dr. les bakos
Oral Surgeon

dr. maTT darmelio dr. ben moreHead
Orthopedic Surgeon Primary Care

dr. roberT nugenT
Neurosurgeon

dr. william posT
Orthopedic Surgeon

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: John “Doc” Holliday (West Virginia, ‘79) Record at Marshall: 12-13 (2 years) Overall Record: 12-13 (2 years) Holliday’s Record vs. WVU: 0-2 Football Phone: 304-696-6464

gEnERaL info

SPoRtS info
SID: Jason Corriher Office Phone: 304.696.4660 E-mail: corriher@marshall.edu Cell Phone: (740) 331.1497 Web: HerdZone.com Press Box Phone: 304.696.6666 S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N23

2012 SChEduLE
at West Virginia Western Carolina Ohio at Rice at Purdue Tulsa at Southern Miss UCF Memphis at UAB Houston at East Carolina

September 1

Location: Huntington, W.Va. Enrollment: 14,000 President: Dr. Stephen J. Kopp Athletic Director: Mike Hamrick Stadium/Capacity: Joan C. Edwards Stadium/38,019 School Colors: Green and White team/player InfOrmatIOn Nickname: Thundering Herd 2011 Record: 7-6 /Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl Conference: Conference USA Champions Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/East 2nd Lettermen Returning/Lost: 48/18 Starters Returning/Lost: 13/10

Fedex Field, landoVer, Md.

wVu teaM Hotel: BetHesda Marriott

CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Mickey Matthews (West Texas State, ‘76) Record at James Madison: 96-61 (13 years) Overall Record: 96-61 (13 years) Matthews’ Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Football Phone: 540-568-6517

gEnERaL info
Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Enrollment: 19,400 President: Jonathan Alger Athletic Director: Jeff Bourne Stadium/Capacity: Bridgeforth Stadium/24,877 School Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Dukes Conference: Colonial Athletic Association

SPoRtS info
SID: John Martin Office Phone: (540) 568-6154 E-mail: martinja@jmu.edu Cell Phone: (540) 476-1259 Web: JMUSports.com Press Box Phone: (540) 568-6521

2012 SChEduLE
S1 St. Francis, Pa. S8 Alcorn State S15 *vs. West Virginia S22 at Rhode Island Towson O6 O13 William & Mary O20 at Richmond O27 Georgia State N3 at Maine N10 at Villanova N17 Old Dominion * FedEx Field, Landover, Md.

2012 oPPonEntS

September 15

team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 8-5 Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/T5th Lettermen Returning/Lost: 50/10 Starters Returning/Lost:17/9

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Randy Edsall (Syracuse, ‘80) Record at Maryland: 2-10 (1 year) Overall Record: 76-80 (13 years) Edsall’s Record vs. WVU: 1-7 Football Phone: 301-314-7095

gEnERaL info

SPoRtS info
SID: Shawn Nestor Office Phone: 301.314.7065 E-mail: snestor@umd.edu Web: umterps.com Press Box Phone: (301) 405-7810 S1 S8 S15 S22 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24

2012 SChEduLE
William & Mary at Temple Connecticut at West Virginia Wake Forest at Virginia NC State at Boston College Georgia Tech at Clemson Florida State at North Carolina

September 22

Location: College Park, Md. Enrollment: 37,631 President: Wallace D. Loh Athletic Director: Kevin Anderson Stadium/Capacity: Byrd Stadium/51,802 School Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold team/player InfOrmatIOn Nickname: Terrapins 2011 Record: 2-10 Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference Record/Finish: 1-7/Atlantic 6th Lettermen Returning/Lost: 41/23 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/9

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Art Briles (Texas Tech, ’79) Record at Baylor: 25-25 (4 years) Overall Record: 59-53 (9 years) Briles’ Record vs. WVU: First Meeting Football Phone: 254-710-3058 team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 10-3/Alamo Bowl Champions Conference Record: 6-3/T3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost: 54/16 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8

gEnERaL info
Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 15,029 President: Ken Starr Athletic Director: Ian McCaw Stadium/Capacity: Floyd Casey Stadium/50,000 School Colors: Green and Gold Nickname: Bears Conference: Big 12

SPoRtS info
SID: Heath Nielsen Office Phone: (254) 710-2743 E-mail: Heath_Nielsen@baylor.edu Cell Phone: (254) 709-4237 Web: baylorbears.com Press Box Phone: (254) 710-2961

2012 SChEduLE
S2 SMU S15 Sam Houston State S21 at Louisiana-Monroe at West Virginia S29 O13 TCU O20 at Texas O27 at Iowa State Kansas N3 N10 at Oklahoma N17 Kansas State N24 vs. Texas Tech * D1 Oklahoma State * Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas

September 29

darrell k royal – texas MeMorial stadiuM, austin, texas

wVu teaM Hotel: austin Marriott nortH

CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Mack Brown (Florida State, ’74) Record at Texas: 141-39 (14 years) Overall Record: 227-113-1 (28 years) Brown’s Record vs. WVU: 1-0 Football Phone: 512-471-3050

gEnERaL info

SPoRtS info
SID: John Bianco Office Phone: (512) 471-6036 E-mail: john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu Cell Phone: 512.748.9315 Web: MackBrown-TexasFootball.com Press Box Phone: (512) 471-1641 S1 S8 S15 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N24 D1

2012 SChEduLE
Wyoming New Mexico at Ole Miss at Oklahoma State West Virginia vs. Oklahoma Baylor at Kansas at Texas Tech Iowa State TCU at Kansas State

OCtOber 6

Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 51,145 President: William Powers, Jr. Athletic Director: DeLoss Dodds Stadium/Capacity: Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium/100,119 team/player InfOrmatIOn School Colors: Burnt Orange and White 2011 Record: 8-5/Holiday Bowl Champions Nickname: Longhorns Conference: Big 12 Conference Record/Finish: 4-5/T6th Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/19 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/7

Jones at&t stadiuM, luBBock, texas

wVu teaM Hotel: Holiday inn Hotel and towers

CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville (Southern Arkansas, ’76) Record at Texas Tech: 13-12 (2 years) Overall Record: 123-72 (16 years) Tuberville’s Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Football Phone: 806-742-4260 team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 5-7 Conference Record/Finish: 2-7/9th Lettermen Returning/Lost: 49/24 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/4

gEnERaL info
Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 31,637 President: Dr. Guy Bailey Athletic Director: Kirby Hocutt Stadium/Capacity: Jones AT&T Stadium/60,454 School Colors: Scarlet and Black Nickname: Red Raiders Conference: Big 12

SPoRtS info
SID: Blayne Beal Office Phone: (806) 742-2770 E-mail: blayne.beal@ttu.edu Cell Phone: (806) 790-7924 Web: texastech.com Press Box Phone: (806) 742-3688

2012 SChEduLE
S1 Northwestern State S8 at Texas State S15 New Mexico S29 at Iowa State O6 Oklahoma O13 West Virginia O20 at TCU O27 at Kansas State N3 Texas N10 Kansas N17 at Oklahoma State N24 vs. Baylor * * at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas

OCtOber 13

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Bill Snyder (William Jewell, ‘63) Record at KSU: 159-83-1 (20 years) Overall Record: 159-83-1 (20 years) Snyder’s Record vs. WVU: First Meeting Football Phone: 785-532-5878 team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 10-3/Cotton Bowl Conference Record/Finish: 7-2/2nd Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/22 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8

gEnERaL info
Location: Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment: 23,863 President: Dr. Kirk H. Schulz Athletic Director: John Currie Stadium/Capacity: Bill Snyder Family Stadium/50,000 School Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Wildcats Conference: Big 12

SPoRtS info
SID: Kenny Lannou Office Phone: 785.532.7977 E-mail: klannou@kstatesports.com Cell Phone: 785.587.7867 Web: k-statesports.com Press Box Phone: 785.539.3423 S1 S8 S15 S22 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 D1

2012 SChEduLE
Missouri State Miami North Texas at Oklahoma Kansas at Iowa State at West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State at TCU at Baylor Texas

OCtOber 20

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Gary Patterson (Kansas State, ‘83) Record at TCU: 109-30 (11 years) Overall Record: 109-30 (11 years) Patterson’s Record vs. WVU: First Meeting Football Phone: 817-257-7970 team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 11-2/Poinsettia Bowl Champions Conference Record/Finish: 7-0/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/22 Starters Returning/Lost: 13/13

gEnERaL info
Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 9,518 President: Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletic Director: Chris Del Conte Stadium/Capacity: Amon G. Carter Stadium/45,000 School Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Horned Frogs Conference: Big 12

SPoRtS info
SID: Mark Cohen Office Phone: (817) 257-5394 E-mail: m.cohen@tcu.edu Cell Phone: (817) 343-2017 Web: GoFrogs.com Press Box Phone: (817) 257-7981, 7982 S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N24 D1

2012 SChEduLE
Grambling State at Kansas Virginia at SMU Iowa State at Baylor Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at West Virginia Kansas State at Texas Oklahoma

nOvember 3

Boone Pickens stadiuM, stillwater, okla.

wVu teaM Hotel: tulsa Marriott soutHern Hills

CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State, ’90) Record at OSU: 59-30 (7 years) Overall Record: 59-30 (7 years) Gundy’s Record vs. WVU: First Meeting Football Phone: 405-744-5737

gEnERaL info

SPoRtS info
SID: Gavin Lang Office Phone: 405.744.7714 E-mail: gavin.lang@okstate.edu Cell Phone: (405) 612-9274 Web: okstate.com Press Box Phone: (405)744-5757 S1 S8 S15 S29 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24 D1

2012 SChEduLE
Savannah State at Arizona Louisiana-Lafayette Texas at Kansas Iowa State TCU at Kansas State West Virginia Texas Tech at Oklahoma at Baylor

2012 oPPonEntS

nOvember 10

Location: Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment: 35,214 President: V. Burns Hargis Athletic Director: Mike Holder Stadium/Capacity: Boone Pickens Stadium/60,218 team/player InfOrmatIOn School Colors: Orange and Black 2011 Record: 12-1/Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Nickname: Cowboys Champions Conference: Big 12 Conference Record/Finish: 8-1/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost: 50/20 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/10

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Bob Stoops (Iowa, ’83) Record at OU: 139-34 (13 years) Overall Record: 139-34 (13 years) Stoops’ Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Football Phone: 405-325-2345

gEnERaL info

SPoRtS info
SID: David Bassity Office Phone: (405) 325-8571 E-mail: dbassity@ou.edu Cell Phone: (405) 274-1455 Web: soonersports.com Press Box Phone: (405) 325-3116

2012 SChEduLE
S1 at UTEP S8 Florida A&M S22 Kansas State at Texas Tech O6 O13 vs. Texas * O20 Kansas O27 Notre Dame N3 at Iowa State N10 Baylor N17 at West Virginia N24 Oklahoma State D1 at TCU * Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas

nOvember 17

Location: Norman, Okla. Enrollment: 30,754 President: David L. Boren Athletic Director: Joe Castiglione Stadium/Capacity: Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium/82,112 team/player InfOrmatIOn School Colors: Crimson and Cream 2011 Record: 10-3/Insight.com Bowl Nickname: Sooners Champions Conference: Big 12 Conference Record/Finish: 6-3/T3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost: 50/20 Starters Returning/Lost: 30/15

Jack trice stadiuM, aMes, iowa

wVu teaM Hotel: Marriott west des Moines

CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Paul Rhoads (Missouri Western, ’89) Record at Iowa State: 18-20 (3 years) Overall Record: 18-20 (3 years) Rhoads’ Record vs. WVU: First Meeting Football Phone: 515-294-6721 team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 6-7 Conference Record/Finish: 3-6/8th Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/22 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/12

gEnERaL info
Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 29,887 President: Dr. Steven Leath Athletic Director: Jamie Pollard Stadium/Capacity: Jack Trice Stadium/55,000 School Colors: Cardinal and Gold Nickname: Cyclones Conference: Big 12

SPoRtS info
SID: Tom Kroeschell Office Phone: 515.294.3372 E-mail: tkroesch@iastate.edu Cell Phone: (515) 460-5834 Web: cyclones.com Press Box Phone: (515) 294-8443 S1 S8 S15 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 N24

2012 SChEduLE
Tulsa at Iowa Western Illinois Texas Tech at TCU Kansas State at Oklahoma State Baylor Oklahoma at Texas at Kansas West Virginia

nOvember 24

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CoaChing Staff
Head Coach: Charlie Weis (Notre Dame, ’78) Record at KU: First Year Overall Record: 35-27 (5 years) Weis’ Record vs. WVU: First Meeting Football Phone: 785-864-3392 team/player InfOrmatIOn 2011 Record: 2-10 Conference Record/Finish: 0-9/10th Lettermen Returning/Lost: 52/21 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/9

gEnERaL info
Location: Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment: 30,004 Chancellor: Bernadette Gray-Little Athletic Director: Sheahon Zenger Stadium/Capacity: Memorial Stadium/50,071 School Colors: Crimson and Blue Nickname: Jayhawks Conference: Big 12

SPoRtS info
SID: Katy Lonergan Office Phone: (785) 864-7314 E-mail: katyl@ku.edu Cell Phone: (785) 691-7026 Web: kuathletics.com Press Box Phone: (785) 864-5593 S1 S8 S15 S22 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17 D1

2012 SChEduLE
South Dakota State Rice TCU at Northern Illinois at Kansas State Oklahoma State at Oklahoma Texas at Baylor at Texas Tech Iowa State at West Virginia

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all-TimE 2012 oPPonEntS ScOrES vS.
1998, home, West Virginia, 42-20 1997, away, West Virginia, 31-14 1996, home, West Virginia, 13-0 1995, away, Maryland, 31-17 1994, home, Maryland, 24-13 1993, away, West Virginia, 42-37 1992, home, West Virginia, 34-33 1991, away, West Virginia, 37-7 1990, home, Maryland, 14-10 1989, away, West Virginia, 14-10 1988, home, West Virginia, 55-24 1987, away, Maryland, 25-20 1986, home, Maryland, 24-3 1985, away, Maryland, 28-0 1984, home, Maryland, 20-17 1983, away, West Virginia, 31-21 1982, home, West Virginia, 19-18 1981, away, West Virginia, 17-13 1980, home, Maryland, 14-11 1977, away, West Virginia, 24-16 1976, home, Maryland, 24-3 1973, away, West Virginia, 20-13 1970, away, West Virginia, 20-10 1969, home, West Virginia, 31-7 1966, away, Maryland, 28-9 1960, home, Maryland, 31-8 1959, away, Maryland, 27-7 1951, away, Maryland, 54-7 1950, home, Maryland, 41-0 1949, away, Maryland, 47-7 1948, home, West Virginia, 16-14 1947, away, Maryland, 27-0 1945, home, tie, 13-13 1944, away, tie, 6-6 1943, home, West Virginia, 6-2 1919, home, West Virginia, 27-0

aLL-timE SCoRES (vS. 2012 oPPonEntS)

OKlahOma (2-2) BaylOr (0-0)
First Meeting

marShall (11-0)
2011, home, West Virginia, 34-13 2010, away, West Virginia, 24-21 (OT) 2009, home, West Virginia, 24-7 2008, home, West Virginia, 27-3 2007, away, West Virginia, 48-23 2006, home, West Virginia, 42-10 1997, home, West Virginia, 42-31 1923, home, West Virginia, 81-0 1915, away, West Virginia, 92-6 1914, home, West Virginia, 20-0 1911, home, West Virginia, 17-15

2008, neutral, West Virginia, 48-28 1982, away, West Virginia, 41-27 1978, away, Oklahoma, 52-10 1958, away, Oklahoma, 47-14

iOwa STaTE (0-0)
First Meeting

OKlahOma STaTE (2-1)
1987, neutral, Oklahoma State, 35-33 1929, away, West Virginia, 9-6 1928, home, West Virginia, 32-6

JamES madiSON (1-0)
2004, home, West Virginia, 45-10

TcU (1-0)
1984, neutral, West Virginia, 31-14

KaNSaS (1-0)
1941, home, West Virginia, 21-0

marylaNd (25-21-2)
2011, away, West Virginia, 37-31 2010, home, West Virginia, 31-17 2007, away, West Virginia, 31-14 2006, home, West Virginia, 45-28 2005, away, West Virginia, 31-19 2004, home, West Virginia, 19-16/OT 2003, neutral, Maryland, 41-7 2003, away, Maryland, 34-7 2002, home, Maryland, 48-17 2001, away, Maryland, 32-20 2000, home, West Virginia, 30-17 1999, away, Maryland, 33-0

TExaS (1-0)
1956, away, West Virginia, 7-6

KaNSaS STaTE (1-1)
1931, home, Kansas State, 19-0 1930, home, West Virginia, 23-7

TExaS TEch (1-0)
1937, neutral, West Virginia, 7-6

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n a bizarre evening in the Mountain State, Dana Holgorsen’s debut as West Virginia’s 33rd head football coach got off to a winning start with a 34-13 victory over Marshall. With West Virginia leading 27-13 at the 4:59 mark of the third

quarter, both teams had to leave the field and seating area as Milan Puskar Stadium was evacuated due to severe rain and lightning. After a three hour and three minute delay, the game resumed until the 14:36 mark of the fourth quarter, when lightning forced the teams off the field again. Both delays totaled four hours and 22 minutes, before the game ended with West Virginia coming away with the victory. Marshall struck first with 10:18 left in the opening quarter when Andre Booker returned a punt 87 yards for a quick 7-0 lead for the Herd. The Mountaineers responded with a 10-play, 71-yard drive that ended with a Tyler Bitancurt 27-yard field goal, cutting the deficit to 7-3. West Virginia would go on to put the next three scores on the board. First, quarterback Geno Smith hit Ivan McCartney with a fouryard strike to end another 10-play drive. Then Smith directed a 13-play scoring march and connected with Stedman Bailey on a 15-yard toss, before Bitancurt came on again and connected on a 43-yard field goal for a 20-7 Mountaineer advantage late in the second quarter. Marshall responded with a 10-play drive of its own that went for 72

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yards, and the Herd got a 24-yard field goal from Tyler Warner as the half expired to cut the West Virginia lead to 20-10. The Thundering Herd again cut into the West Virginia lead at the 5:14 mark of the third, when Warner converted on a 21-yard field goal attempt to pull the Herd within seven at 20-13. But West Virginia quickly erased the Marshall momentum on the ensuing kickoff, as Tavon Austin returned the Herd kick 100 yards for a score and a 27-13 West Virginia advantage. It was the second kickoff return of Austin’s career, and he became just the sixth Mountaineer in school history to record a 100-yard kickoff return. Soon after the Austin return, the rain came and the sky lit up as severe weather blanketed the entire state. When play resumed, West Virginia went on the offensive again and basically put the game away when tailback Vernard Roberts rushed in from one-yard away for a 34-13 advantage. The second delay lasted one hour and 19 minutes before both school administrations and conference offices determined it was in the best interest of the student-athlete to end the 3:30 pm game at 10:24 p.m. West Virginia was led by quarterback Geno Smith, who passed for 249 yards on 26 completions and two touchdowns. Bailey hauled in five catches for 76 yards, while Najee Goode led all tacklers with seven. Marshall received 115 yards passing from true freshman Rakeem Cato, as he completed 15-of-21 passes. Tron Martinez led the Herd ground game with 76 yards rushing, while Antavious Wilson led the Herd receivers with 64 yards. Marshall’s defense was paced by defensive backs Darryl Roberts and Devin Arrington with six tackles each. Statistics for the shortened contest showed West Virginia with 42 yards rushing and 249 passing for 291 yards of total offense. Marshall finished with 72 yards on the ground and 115 in the air for 187 yards of offense., With the win, West Virginia improved to 11-0 all-time against Marshall and 8-0 all-time against the Thundering Herd in Morgantown. In the latest “Friends of Coal” Bowl series, West Virginia improved to 6-0 against Marshall.

ScORINg ANd StAtIStIcAl SummARy
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Andre Booker 87 punt return (Tyler Warner kick) Tyler Bitancurt 27 FG Ivan McCartney 4 pass from Geno Smith (Bitancurt kick) Stedman Bailey 15 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Bitancurt 43 FG Warner 24 FG Warner 21 FG Tavon Austin 100 kickoff return (Bitancurt kick) Vernard Roberts 1 rush (Bitancurt kick)

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17 26/42 249 26/35/0 2/100/50.0 1/0 46 2/15 24:51

WVU RUSHING: Buie 15-30; WVU PASSING: Smith 26-35-0-249; WVU RECEIVING: Bailey 5-76, McCartney 5-31, Brown 4-42; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Goode 7 (1/0), Miller 6 (1/0), Tandy 5 (1/0); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: None. MAR RUSHING: Martinez 10-76; MAR PASSING: Cato 15-21-0-115; MAR RECEIVING: Dobson 6-22, Wilson 4-64; MAR TACKLES (TFL/QS): Roberts 6, Arrington 6; MAR INTERCEPTIONS: None.

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n a tale of two halves, West Virginia scored 45 second-half points to defeat Norfolk State, 55-12, at Milan Puskar Stadium. The Spartans took a 12-10 lead into the locker room at halftime,

but could not handle the WVU passing attack in the second half as quarterback Geno Smith passed for a career-best 371 yards and tied his previous high mark of four touchdowns. Smith’s passing yards were the seventh-highest in school history. However, the Spartans hit some big plays early to propel them into the lead. The Spartans went up 3-0 on a 50-yard field goal by Everett Goldberg and followed that up with a 39-yard Ryan Estep field goal for a 6-0 lead with 14:41 to play in the second quarter. West Virginia answered with two scores of its own. The first was a 17-yard Tyler Bitancurt field goal to end a 10-play drive, and the second was an 18-yard pass from Smith to receiver Devon Brown, giving the Mountaineers a 10-6 lead. But Norfolk State would not go away in the first half. The Spartans bounced back with Estep field goals of 39 and 40 yards, the second one coming as the half ended, giving the visitors a 12-10 lead at the intermission. The Mountaineers were a different team in the second half and

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unleashed a 28-point third quarter to put the rout in motion. WVU scored on seven straight possessions in the second half, and ran the clock out on its eighth. Early in the third, tailback Vernard Roberts scored on a three-yard run on the half’s opening possession. Receiver Tavon Austin pulled in a three-yard touchdown reception, followed by a three-yard scoring run by true freshman Dustin Garrison. Tyler Urban closed out the scoring in the third stanza with a 12-yard touchdown reception, and after trailing 12-10 after two quarters, the Mountaineers took a commanding 38-12 lead after three periods of play. Three more scores followed in the fourth quarter for West Virginia. Ivan McCartney’s 39-yard touchdown catch was the longest scoring play in the game at the 14:10 mark of the fourth. Bitancurt added his second field goal (21 yards) at the 9:39 mark before a 30-yard pass from backup quarterback Paul Millard closed out the scoring, when he hit receiver Brad Starks with 3:18 left in the game to finish off a 10-play, 57-yard scoring drive. Three of West Virginia’s nine scoring drives consisted of 10 plays or more as the Mountaineers racked up 102 yards rushing and 431 passing for an impressive 533 yards of total offense. Besides Smith’s impressive numbers, Brown turned in a 109-yard receiving day on four catches. Austin added 82 yards receiving and McCartney 79 as the passing game clicked. Roberts led the WVU ground game with 64 yards rushing. The Mountaineer defense did not allow a touchdown for the second straight game and received 11 tackles from Darwin Cook and eight from Terence Garvin. Spartan quarterback Chris Walley finished with 136 yards passing. His main target was Xavier Boyce, who caught eight passes for 100 yards. Takeem Hedgeman led the running game with 62 yards, and Corwin Hammond and Onyemechi Anyaugo paced the defense with a combined 17 tackles. Norfolk State finished with 88 yards rushing and 197 passing for 285 yards of offense. With the win, West Virginia upped its record to 12-0 all-time against FCS schools and is now riding an 18-game non-conference winning streak at home. WVU’s 431 yards passing is the first Mountaineer 400yard passing effort since 1998, while the 533 yards of total offense was the first 500-yard output since 2009.

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WVU RUSHING: Roberts 17-64; WVU PASSING: Smith 20-34-0-371; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 6-82 5-76, Brown 4-109, McCartney 4-79; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Cook 11, Garvin 8; WVU INTERCEPTIONS: None. NSU RUSHING: Hedgeman 13-62; NSU PASSING: Walley 16-27-0-136; NSU RECEIVING: Boyce 8-100; NSU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Hammond 9 (1/0), Anyaugo 8 (1/0); NSU INTERCEPTIONS: None.

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The Mountaineers overcame an early 3-0 deficit to take a

commanding lead only to hold off a furious Terrapin comeback for the Trailing 3-0 after a Nick Ferrara 25-yard field goal, West Virginia took the lead for good at the 3:02 mark of the first quarter, when tailback Vernard Roberts scampered in from nine yards away to end a 10-play, 88-yard scoring drive. The Mountaineers quickly upped their lead to 14-3 with 1:44 left in the first quarter, when Terence Garvin intercepted a Danny O’Brien pass and returned it 37 yards for a score and a 14-3 West Virginia advantage, heading into the second quarter. West Virginia added two more scores to its lead, when kicker Tyler Bitancurt added a 35-yard field goal at the 13:33 mark, and Andrew Buie scored on a 10-yard touchdown run to give WVU a 24-3 lead. Maryland answered at the 2:32 mark, when receiver Kevin Dorsey hauled in an 18-yard touchdown pass from O’Brien to cut the Mountaineer lead to 24-10. However, as time expired in the half, Bitancurt was good on a 34yard field goal to end a nine-play drive and put the Mountaineers in the

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locker room with a 27-10 lead at the half. It appeared as if West Virginia was going to turn the game into a rout on its first possession of the third quarter, when quarterback Geno Smith connected with receiver Stedman Bailey for a 34-yard touchdown pass, giving the Mountaineers a 34-10 advantage with 11:36 remaining. However, Maryland would have nothing to do with a rout and

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staged a furious comeback in front of the fifth largest crowd in Byrd Stadium history. Behind the running of Davin Meggett, the Terps started the comeback, when he scored on a 20-yard touchdown run. The Terp defense started to stiffen, and running back D.J. Adams added a sixyard scoring run, before the end of the third quarter to put the score at 34-23 with a quarter left to play. Adams again found the end zone with a two-yard rush, and Meggett rushed in for the two-point conversion to cut the margin to 34-31 with 10:29 left in the game. However, the Mountaineers proceeded to eat some clock with a 5:41 scoring drive, but only could get a 21-yard Bitancurt field goal out of it as Maryland stayed within striking distance at 37-31 with 4:42 left to play. O’Brien marched the Terps down to the WVU 37-yard line and even converted a crucial fourth down play, but safety Eain Smith ended the Maryland rally on a third-down and eight play, when he intercepted O’Brien with 1:13 left in the game to seal the WVU win. Smith passed for 388 yards, and for the first time in school history, three receivers went over the 100-yard receiving mark in a game, as Tavon Austin (11-122), Bailey (8-113) and Ivan McCartney (8-101) pulled off the feat. Linebacker Najee Goode contributed 13 tackles in the win. O’Brien finished with 289 yards passing, and Meggett gained 113 yards on the ground. Eric Franklin topped all tacklers with 15. WVU rushed for 92 yards and passed for 388 to total 480 yards of total offense. The Terps netted 188 yards on the ground and 289 through the air for 477 yards of offense. The win gave West Virginia a six-game winning streak in the series and three straight road wins in Byrd Stadium.

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WVU RUSHING: Buie 7-51, Roberts 12-36; WVU PASSING: Smith 36-491-388; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 11-122, Bailey 8-103, McCartney 8-101; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Goode 13, Miller 11, Tandy 10 (1/0); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Garvin, Cook, Smith. MD RUSHING: Meggett 19-113; MD PASSING: O’Brien 34-52-3-289; MD RECEIVING: Dorsey 9-79; MD TACKLES (TFL/QS): Franklin 15 (1/0), Robinson 13 (2/0), Tate 10 (1/0); MD INTERCEPTIONS: McDougle.

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urnovers and special teams’ miscues spelled doom for West Virginia against No. 2 LSU as the Tigers answered every punch in defeating the Mountaineers, 47-21.

The loss overshadowed the outstanding performance of junior

quarterback Geno Smith, who completed 38-of-65 passes for a careerhigh 463 yards. Smith’s numbers set school marks for completions, attempts and yards as the WVU passing game continued to thrive in first-year head coach Dana’s Holgorsen’s offense. A crowd of 62,056 at Milan Puskar Stadium along, with an ABC national prime time audience, tuned in for the non-conference showdown between the BIG EAST and SEC. LSU quickly jumped out to a 13-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, when Rueben Randle caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Lee. Tailback Michael Ford followed that score later in the quarter with a 22-yard touchdown run, but the PAT failed giving the Tigers a 13-point lead. West Virginia got on the scoreboard at the 12:30 mark of the second quarter, when receiver Stedman Bailey caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Smith to cut the WVU deficit to 13-7. However, LSU answered with a 61-yard drive in just three plays to quiet the Mountaineer faithful, as Odell Beckham hauled in a 52-yard pass from Lee for a 20-7 Tiger advantage. The Tigers struck again before the end of the half by taking advantage of an interception that set them up deep in WVU territory. Chase Clement’s one-yard reception gave the visiting Tigers a 27-7 lead at the half, behind three WVU turnovers. West Virginia ignited the home fans once again in the third quarter and got Milan Puskar Stadium rocking with two scores to cut the LSU lead down to 27-21 at the 1:16 mark. Tyler Urban was the recipient of a 12-yard Smith touchdown pass to end an 80-yard drive, and tailback Dustin Garrison dove in from one-yard away to finish off a 90-yard drive. With the Mountaineers down only six and with what seemed to be all the momentum, LSU answered with what turned out to be the knockout blow. On the ensuing kickoff after the Garrison score, LSU’s Morris Claiborn returned the kick 99 yards to stun the stadium and put the Tigers up 34-21 heading into the fourth quarter. LSU finished the game with two more scores in the final stanza. Running back Michael Ford scampered in from 15-yards away to end a nine-play drive, and Alfred Blue scored on an 18-yard run, ending a 55-yard drive, and giving the Tigers the big road non-conference victory in their first ever trip to Morgantown. Aside from Smith’s fine totals, West Virginia placed two receivers over the 100-yard mark as Tavon Austin hauled in 11 catches for 187 yards. Bailey had a strong evening with eight catches for 115 yards and a touchdown. The Mountaineer defense was paced by linebacker Doug Rigg with nine tackles, followed by Najee Goode with eight. Ward and Ford led the Tiger rushing attack with 92 and 82 yards, respectfully. Lee was solid with 180 yards passing and three touchdowns. Randle caught six passes for 53 yards and a score, while Eric Reid topped LSU in tackles with seven. The LSU defense was heralded as one of the nation’s best coming into the game, but the Mountaineers totaled 70 yards on the ground and 463 in the air for 533 yards of total offense. LSU finished with a balanced 186 yards rushing and 180 passing for 366 total yards. Two fumbles and two interceptions doomed the Mountaineers and ended their 18-game non-conference home win streak.
AttendAnce - 62,056
WVU RUSHING: Garrison 10-46; WVU PASSING: Smith 38-65-2-463; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 11-187, Bailey 8-115; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Rigg 9 (1/0), Goode 8 (1/0); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: None. LSU RUSHING: Ware 23-92, Ford 12-82; LSU PASSING: Lee 16-28-0-180; LSU RECEIVING: Randle 6-53; LSU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Reid 7, Simon 6 (1/0), Mathieu 6; LSU INTERCEPTIONS: Mathieu, Taylor. 4th 3rd

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Rueben Randle 11 pass from Jarrett Lee (Drew Alleman kick) Michael Ford 22 rush (Team rush fumbled) Stedman Bailey 20 pass from Smith (Tyler Bitancurt kick) Odell Beckham 52 pass from Lee (Alleman kick) Chase Clement 1 pass from Lee (Alleman kick) Tyler Urban 12 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Dustin Garrison 1 rush (Bitancurt kick) Morris Claiborne 99 kickoff return (Alleman kick) Michael Ford 15 rush (Lee pass failed) Alfred Blue 18 rush (Alleman kick)

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ehind the running of true freshman Dustin Garrison, West Virginia stormed past Bowling Green, 55-10, on a wet and cold afternoon at Milan Puskar Stadium.

Garrison became WVU’s first 100-yard rusher of the season with 291

yards on 32 carries and two touchdowns. He averaged 9.1 yards per carry and tied the WVU record for the second-best rushing performance in school history. His rushing total was the best mark for a WVU freshman and the single-best mark in the nation through the first five weeks of the season. His 233 yards at halftime also set the school mark for yards in a half. Behind Garrison and an improving offensive line, West Virginia totaled an impressive 643 yards of total offense with 360 yards coming on the ground and 283 through the air. More impressive was the fact that WVU had 306 total rushing yards after four games and passed the season total in one game. The 643 yards of total offense was the best of the decade and the Holgorsen era. The total offense number comes in as third-best in school history and tops in the 31-year history of Milan Puskar Stadium. The rain and cold did not seem to bother the Mountaineers, who were turnover free, while only punting once. West Virginia used a fumble recovery on the game’s opening kickoff to record a 3-0 lead, as kicker Tyler Bitancurt connected on a 30-yard field goal. The lead was short-lived and Bowling Green’s Boo Boo Gates returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards to the WVU 18. From there, Falcon

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quarterback Matt Schilz hit Ray Hutson for an 18-yard scoring pass, and the Falcons went ahead 7-3. Bowling Green increased its lead to 10-3 later in the first quarter when an 11-play drive resulted in a 21-yard field goal from kicker Stephen Stein.

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However, those three points proved to be the final ones for the Falcons, as West Virginia’s offense took control to score the next 52 points. Before the first quarter ended, receiver Ivan McCartney grabbed a 33yard touchdown pass from quarterback Geno Smith, and running back Shawne Alston rushed in for an eight-yard score and a 17-10 WVU lead after one quarter of play. The Mountaineers added three more touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 38-10 lead at the half. Receiver Ryan Nehlen caught the first touchdown of his career at the 12:38 mark on a 15-yard reception. Garrison rushed in from 19-yards away at the 8:53 mark, and receiver Brad Starks added a six-yard scoring catch with 2:43 left in the half.

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Tyler Bitancurt 30 FG Ray Hutson 18 pass from Matt Schilz (Stephen Stein kick) Stein 21 FG Ivan McCartney 33 pass from Geno Smith (Bitancurt kick) Shawn Alston 8 rush (Bitancurt kick) Ryan Nehlen 15 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Dustin Garrison 19 rush (Bitancurt kick) Brad Starks 6 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Garrison 8 rush (Bitancurt kick) Bitancurt 45 FG Alston 8 rush (Bitancurt kick)

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West Virginia kept its foot on the throttle in the third quarter behind the running of Garrison and the passing of Smith. For his second score in the game, Garrison reached the end zone from eight yards away, while Bitancurt added a 45-yard field goal for a 48-10 Mountaineer advantage with one quarter left to play. The scoring ended at the 7:52 mark of the fourth quarter when Alston rushed in from eight yards out, giving him two touchdowns in the game. Garrison also finished with two touchdowns, and Smith passed for three scores. Stedman Bailey went over the 100-yard receiving mark for a school-record third straight game, finishing with four catches for 112 yards. On defense, Keith Tandy came away with two interceptions, while Jewone Snow led the WVU defense in his first career start with nine tackles. Bowling Green got 119 yards rushing from Jamel Martin, and Dwayne Woods and Aaron Foster led the defense with 10 tackles each. The Falcons finished with 103 rushing yards and 114 passing for 217 total yards. With the win, West Virginia improved to 4-1 on the year and 3-0 alltime against Bowling Green with all three games coming in Morgantown.
WVU RUSHING: Garrison 32-291; WVU PASSING: Smith 18-30-0-238; WVU RECEIVING: Bailey 4-112, McCartney 5-54, Austin 4-67; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Snow 9 (1/0), Goode 8 (1/0); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Tandy (2), Garvin. BG RUSHING: Martin 23-111; BG PASSING: Schilz 13-25-3-114; BG RECEIVING: Kamar 5-46; BG TACKLES (TFL/QS): Woods 10 (1/0), Foster 10, Ward 9; BG INTERCEPTIONS: None.

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First Downs Rushes/Yards Passing Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles/Lost Return Yardage Penalties/Yards Time of Possession 14 36/103 114 13/26/3 5/220/44.0 5/2 258 2/20 31:47

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33-point second half enabled West Virginia to capture its first BIG EAST win of the 2011 season with a convincing 43-16 victory over Connecticut in the conference opener for both teams.

The Mountaineers put up 541 yards of total offense on the Huskies

with 469 coming through the air. Quarterback Geno Smith completed 27-of-45 passes and 450 yards, with four touchdowns to pace the offensive attack. Smith’s favorite target was once again receiver Stedman Bailey, who turned in a school-record fourth straight 100-yard receiving performance. Along with an 84-yard touchdown reception, Bailey hauled in a total of seven catches for 178 yards and two touchdowns to lead all receivers for the game. After Connecticut’s opening drive ended in a missed field goal, the Mountaineers wasted no time in getting on the scoreboard. A 61-yard drive resulted in a 31-yard Tyler Bitancurt field goal for a 3-0 WVU lead with 7:43 left in the first quarter. However, Connecticut’s keep-away game was working early and long sustained drives by the Huskies kept the Mountaineer offense off the field. A 4:13 drive resulted in a 40-yard David Teggart field goal, before he followed that up with a 53-yarder at the 14:53 mark of the second quarter to give UConn a 6-3 lead. Sparked by a 24-yard completion from Smith to Bailey, West Virginia took the lead for good with 2:44 left in the half, when running back Dustin Garrison rushed in from 14-yards away. However, UConn made the most of the final minutes and moved the ball 53 yards to convert a 22-yard Teggart field goal to put the halftime score at 10-9 in favor of the Mountaineers. West Virginia took control of the game in the third quarter with a 23-point outburst, while the Mountaineer defense held the Huskies at bay. A key stretch came at the 7:54 mark of the third, with Connecticut driving to the WVU 13-yard line. UConn quarterback Johnny McEntee fumbled, and the ball was recovered by WVU linebacker Jewone Snow, who returned it 83 yards to the UConn 12-yard line. That play ignited the Mountaineer offensive outburst. Two plays later, Smith connected with receiver Tavon Austin for a 12-yard scoring toss and a 17-9 advantage. On WVU’s first play of its next possession, Smith hooked up with Bailey for an 84-yard touchdown reception to extend its lead to 24-9. The Mountaineer defense got in on the scoring action, as Bruce Irvin and Snow sacked McEntee for a safety, before receiver Brad Starks made a leaping 22-yard touchdown catch, giving the Mountaineers a 33-9 lead heading into the fourth quarter. The West Virginia offense wasn’t done in the final stanza, adding 10 more points. A 33-yard Bitancurt field goal, along with a Smith strike to Bailey from 27-yards out at the 9:50 mark, gave WVU a 32-9 advantage. The Husky defense intercepted backup quarterback Paul Millard later in the fourth and returned it 48 yards for a score, putting the final total at 43-16. Aside from Smith and Bailey’s offensive numbers, Ivan McCartney turned in 131 yards receiving on six catches, while the strong WVU defensive effort was led by Snow with seven stops and the 83-yard fumble return. UConn got 193 yards passing from McEntee and 73 yards rushing from Lyle McCombs to total 275 yards of offense. Sio Moore led the Husky defense with eight stops. With the win, West Virginia improved to 7-1 all-time against Connecticut and 4-0 all-time in Morgantown.
WVU RUSHING: Garrison 18-80; WVU PASSING: Smith 27-45-0-450; WVU RECEIVING: Bailey 7-178, McCartney 6-131, Austin 7-74; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Smith 8, Cook 8, Snow 7 (1/1); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: None. UConn RUSHING: McCombs 20-74; UConn PASSING: McEntee 21-37-0193; UConn RECEIVING: Griffin 5-57; UConn TACKLES (TFL/QS): Moore 8, Junior 7 (1/1), Smallwood 7; UConn INTERCEPTIONS: Brown. 3rd 4th 3rd 1st 2nd WVU UConn UConn WVU UConn WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU UConn Tyler Bitancurt 31 FG David Teggart 40 FG Teggart 53 FG Dustin Garrison 14 rush (Bitancurt kick) Teggart 22 FG Tavon Austin 12 pass from Geno Smith (Bitancurt kick) Stedman Bailey 84 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Team Safety Brad Starks 22 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Bitancurt 33 FG Bailey 27 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) Ty-Meer Brown 48 interception return (Teggart kick)

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yracuse capitalized on strong special teams play and two West Virginia turnovers to defeat the Mountaineers, 49-23, in a Friday night ESPN game at the Carrier Dome.

The Mountaineers lost at Syracuse for the first time since 2001 and

have dropped two straight in the long-standing series after winning eight in a row against the Orange from 2002-09. The Orange got strong play from quarterback Ryan Nassib, who played mistake-free football in passing for 229 yards and four touchdowns, while also rushing for one score to account for five in the game. A fired-up Syracuse defense blitzed most of the evening and pressured WVU quarterback Geno Smith enough to slow down a West Virginia offense that was averaging 40.8 points per game coming into the contest. The game did not get out of hand until the second half as first-half action saw a competitive contest despite some Mountaineer miscues. The Orange started off the scoring on their second possession with a 14-play, 84-yard drive that saw Nassib hit Nick Provo for a three-yard touchdown. West Virginia answered with a 10-play drive that resulted in a 27yard Tyler Bitancurt field goal to cut the deficit to 7-3 with 1:06 left in the opening quarter. The Orange went up 14-3, when Nassib rushed in from one-yard away to close out a 14-play, 80-yard drive. However, the Mountaineers quickly answered and seemed to be in good shape, as Smith hit receiver Stedman Bailey on a long 64-yard touchdown reception. With a missed

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extra point, WVU only trailed the Orange 14-9 with 8:41 left in the half. Any momentum the Mountaineers gained was quickly lost on the ensuing kickoff, as Dorian Graham’s 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown took the wind out of WVU’s sails. A late Syracuse interception on the goal line thwarted another potential score for the Mountaineers, giving the Orange the lead 21-9 at the half. West Virginia’s opening possession of the second half once again gave the Mountaineers some momentum, as they marched 57 yards in 14 plays and got a touchdown behind a one-yard plunge from Shawne Alston, cutting the deficit to 21-16 with 10:07 left. But just like the first half, Syracuse answered back. David Stevens hauled in a 29-yard pass from Nassib for a 28-16 score and the flood gates started to open. Syracuse added two more scores, before WVU could answer.

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Nassib hit Provo for a 10-yard scoring toss to end the third quarter and then found him again at the 11:29 mark of the fourth for a five-yard touchdown reception and a 42-16 Syracuse advantage. Smith connected with receiver Brad Starks for West Virginia’s final score, as the two hooked up for a 25-yard touchdown completion at the 9:18 mark. Syracuse ended the scoring with 5:26 left in the game on Antwon Bailey’s three-yard run, giving the Orange the commanding 26-point victory. Smith ended with 338 yards passing and two scores, while Bailey turned in a school-record fifth straight 100-yard receiving performance with seven catches for 130 yards. The West Virginia defense was led by linebacker Jewone Snow with eight tackles Aside from Nassib’s strong totals, Syracuse received strong performances from Bailey with 125 yards rushing and Provo with three touchdown catches. West Virginia rushed for 70 yards and passed for 338 to total 408 yards. The Orange rushed for 194 and passed for 249 to total 443 yards. The win upped the Orange to 5-2 overall, while WVU dropped to 5-2 on the season.

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WVU RUSHING: Garrison 11-58; WVU PASSING: Smith 24-41-2-338; WVU RECEIVING: Bailey 7-130, Austin 6-60; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Snow 8, Tandy 7, Smith 7; WVU INTERCEPTIONS: None. SYR RUSHING: Bailey 22-125; SYR PASSING: Nassib 24-32-0-229; SYR RECEIVING: Provo 6-61, Graham 5-66; SYR TACKLES (TFL/QS): Diabate 7 (1/1), Thomas 7; SYR INTERCEPTIONS: Thomas, Wilkes.

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est Virginia overcame a 10-point halftime deficit and a horrendous October snow storm, along the Northeast, to defeat Rutgers, 41-31, for the 17th-straight time.

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emergency, both teams battled heavy snow, cold temperatures and strong wind gusts for the entire game, but still managed to put up a combined 72 points. West Virginia took advantage of some big plays, like touchdown runs of 80 and 52 yards, while Rutgers used a time consuming offense to keep the ball away from the West Virginia offense. By taking advantage of the strong wind behind its back, Rutgers capitalized on good field position to score first on a San San Te 40-yard field goal at the 7:17 mark of the first quarter. West Virginia answered the score 1:10 later when running back Shawne Alston scored on a 52-yard touchdown run for a 7-3 WVU lead. But the flurry of scoring in the opening quarter was just beginning. Rutgers regained the lead at 10-7, when quarterback Gary Nova found Mohamed Sanu for a 14-yard scoring pass. The Mountaineers answered just 14 seconds later, when Tavon Austin took a reverse 80 yards for a 14-10 West Virginia lead at the 3:17 mark. The Scarlet Knights closed out the scoring in the first quarter, when Nova found Mark Harrison for a 45-yard touchdown pass and a 17-14 Rutgers lead. The Mountaineers took advantage of a Rutgers fumble to regain the lead at the 12:59 mark of the second quarter, when Alston rushed in from two-yards out for a 21-14 advantage. However, the rest of the first half belonged to Rutgers, as the Scarlet Knights added two Jawan Jamison touchdown runs of one and 18 yards to take a 31-21 lead into the locker room at halftime. Trailing by 10 on poor field conditions certainly could give the impression that this was the year for Rutgers to break the streak, but the Mountaineers controlled the second half with a strong defensive effort and by outscoring the Scarlet Knights 20-0. After holding Rutgers scoreless on its first two second-half possessions, the Mountaineers pulled closer on a Geno Smith to Stedman Bailey 19-yard touchdown reception at the 7:23 mark of the third. Down three in the fourth quarter, the momentum swung when Rutgers faked a field goal try, which resulted in an incomplete pass, and the Mountaineers had new life. From its own 11-yard line, West Virginia marched 89 yards in 11 plays to retake the lead, 34-31, when Smith called his own number and rushed in on fourth-and-one with 6:19 left. On RU’s next possession, WVU’s Julian Miller came up with his second fumble recovery in the game, and the Mountaineer offense did the rest, moving 37 yards in three plays, capped off by a 20-yard touchdown pass from Smith to Austin to extend its lead to 10. To complete the second-half shutout by the Mountaineer defense, the unit held Rutgers scoreless on its next two possessions to give the Mountaineers their second BIG EAST win of the season. Smith finished with 218 yards passing, while Alston turned in his first career 100-yard rushing effort with 110 yards on 14 carries. Safety Darwin Cook led the defense with 11 stops. Rutgers was led by Nova with 235 yards passing, and Jamison totaled 96 yards on the ground. Justin Francis led the Scarlet Knights defense with 10 tackles. Despite the poor weather, both teams put up solid numbers. West Virginia rushed for 210 yards and passed for 218 to total 428 yards. Rutgers rushed for 151 yards and passed for 235 to total 386 total yards.
AttendAnce - 47,303
WVU RUSHING: Alston 14-110, Austin 2-96; WVU PASSING: Smith 2031-0-218; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 8-67, Starks 5-45, Bailey 2-51; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Cook 11, Smith 8, Snow 8; WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Jenkins (2). RU RUSHING: Jamison 19-96; RU PASSING: Nova 18-46-2-235; RU RECEIVING: Sanu 5-48, Pratt 4-45; RU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Francis 10 (2/0), Greene 9 (1/0); RU INTERCEPTIONS: None. 3rd 4th 2nd 1st RU WVU RU WVU RU WVU RU RU WVU WVU WVU San San Te 40 FG Shawne Alston 52 rush (Tyler Bitancurt kick) Mohamed Sanu 14 pass from Gary Nova (Te kick) Tavon Austin 80 rush (Bitancurt kick) Mark Harrison 45 pass from Nova (Te kick) Alston 2 rush (Bitancurt kick) Jawan Jamison 1 rush (Te kick) Jamison 18 rush (Te kick) Stedman Bailey 19 pass from Geno Smith (Bitancurt kick) Smith 1 rush (Bitancurt kick failed) Austin 20 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick)

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ouisville won for the first time in Morgantown since 1990 and broke a four-game losing streak to West Virginia with a 38-35 victory over the Mountaineers.

Two fumbles and special teams’ miscues proved too much for

West Virginia to overcome, even though the warm, sunny November day started off brightly for the Mountaineers. Brad Starks returned the game’s opening kickoff 62 yards to the Louisville 30-yard line to set up the game’s first score. Three plays later, WVU quarterback Geno Smith hit receiver Tavon Austin for a 25-yard scoring toss and a 7-0 lead. However, it took Louisville just 2:38 to answer, as the Cardinals marched 73 yards to tie the game on Jeremy Wright’s eight-yard run. The scoring drive was highlighted by a 55-yard run by tailback Dominique Brown. Louisville took its first lead of the game with 5:44 left in the first on Senorise Perry’s 13-yard run that ended a 78-yard drive. A 37-yard completion from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to Eli Rogers provided the spark for the Cardinals. The Mountaineers tied the game at 14-14 at the 12:18 mark of the second quarter, when Stedman Bailey hauled in a five-yard pass from Smith, as the Mountaineers drove 76 yards for their second score. West Virginia recaptured the lead with 5:44 left in the first half, when Shawne Alston powered through for a two-yard scoring run, and a 2114 WVU lead. But Louisville was able to tie the game at the half, taking advantage

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of an 11-yard shanked punt by the Mountaineers. Six plays later, the game was tied at 21-21, when Bridgewater connected with Rogers. The Mountaineers intercepted Bridgewater on the opening possession of the third quarter, but could not come away with any points, as Tyler Bitancurt missed a 32-yard field goal. Later, the Cardinals put up the only points in the third quarter, when kicker Chris Philpott converted on a 39-yard field goal, as Louisville regained the lead for good at 24-21. West Virginia mounted a drive late in the third, but was stopped at the Cardinal six-yard line as the third quarter ended. To start the fourth, Bitancurt’s 23-yard field goal to tie was blocked and returned 82 yards for a touchdown by Andrew Johnson. Instead of the game being tied, West Virginia found itself down, 31-21, with 14:42 left in the game. Two possessions later, the Mountaineers closed the gap to 31-28,

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when Alston rushed in from seven-yards out to end an impressive 96yard, eight-play drive that was aided by a 46-yard completion from Smith to receiver Ivan McCartney. Trailing by three with 8:53 left, the Mountaineers needed a stop on defense and could not get one. The Cardinals converted on thirdand-seven and fourth-and-one to keep the ball for 7:11, resulting in a three-yard touchdown run by Brown and a 38-28 margin. WVU added a score late, when Smith found Bailey in the corner of the end zone, but the Cardinals recovered the onside kick to end any comeback hopes. Smith finished with 410 yards passing, as Bailey (118 Yards) and Austin (90 yards) were his favorite targets. Darwin Cook led the defense with 10 stops. Bruce Irvin had a game-high two sacks and three TFL’s. For the Cardinals, Bridgewater passed for 246 yards, while Brown rushed for 69 and Rogers had 69 yards receiving. Hakeem Smith led the defense with 10 tackles. The Mountaineers rushed for 123 yards and passed for 410 to total 533 yards of offense. The Cardinals finished with 105 yards on the ground and 246 via the pass for 351 yards of total offense.
WVU RUSHING: Garrison 13-64, Alston 11-45; WVU PASSING: Smith 3144-0-410; WVU RECEIVING: Bailey 8-118, Austin 7-90; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Cook 10 (1/0), Miller 8, Goode 8 (2/1); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Goode. LOU RUSHING: Brown 14-69; LOU PASSING: Bridgewater 21-27-1-246; LOU RECEIVING: Rogers 5-63; LOU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Smith 10, Evans 9; LOU INTERCEPTIONS: None.

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est Virginia earned a road victory over a ranked opponent the hard way with a thrilling 24-21 win over Cincinnati in Paul Brown Stadium.

The Mountaineers trailed early, made a comeback to take the lead,

only to relinquish it to a furious Cincinnati rally, before holding on at the end thanks to a blocked field goal attempt for their seventh victory of the season and third in BIG EAST play. The Bearcats looked strong early, forcing West Virginia’s offense out on downs. UC then scored the game’s first touchdown in just three plays, when Isaiah Pead broke loose for a 40-yard touchdown run. To West Virginia’s credit, the Mountaineers never panicked and quieted the Bearcat faithful four plays later with a 59-yard touchdown bomb from quarterback Geno Smith to Stedman Bailey to tie the game at 7-7, with 11:37 left in the opening quarter. Both defenses held until the 9:35 mark of the second quarter, when West Virginia put together an 11-play, 72-yard drive that ended with a 28-yard Tyler Bitancurt field goal. The WVU scoring drive was highlighted by pass completions of 39 and 21 yards from Smith to receiver Tavon Austin. With West Virginia leading 10-7, a game-changing play by the Mountaineer defense altered the Cincinnati game plan. Bearcat senior quarterback Zach Collaros was sacked by WVU’s Bruce Irvin and fumbled the ball in the end zone, before it was recovered by Julian Miller for a Mountaineer touchdown and a 17-7 lead. More importantly though, Collaros suffered a broken ankle on the play, forcing backup quarterback Munchie Legaux into action. While the West Virginia offense could not put any more points on the board in the first half, the West Virginia defense returned the favor on the Bearcats, enabling the Mountaineers to take the 10-point lead into the locker room. After keeping the fleet-footed Legaux in-check from the middle of the second quarter to the midway point of the third, the backup broke loose at the 8:48 mark of the third for a 65-yard run, but a missed field goal kept the Bearcats off the board. Legaux was at it again on Cincy’s next possession, as he connected with Pead for a 45-yard pass play and then took it in himself from seven-yards out, cutting the WVU lead to 17-14 with 4:19 left in the third. Cincinnati took advantage of a WVU fumble to take the lead early in the fourth on a 10-yard run by Pead. Trailing for the first time since the opening minutes, WVU started a 12-play, 74-yard drive with 13:13 left in the game and retook the lead at the 8:46 mark on a one-yard plunge by Shawne Alston. WVU converted two crucial third down long-yardage plays to keep the drive alive. The WVU defense held Cincy scoreless on two straight possessions, before the Bearcats got one last chance with 2:01 left. UC got to the WVU 14-yard line with two ticks left, but Tony Miliano’s 31-yard attempt was blocked by Eain Smith to save the day for the Mountaineers. The game was about as even as it could get as both teams totaled 404 yards of total offense. West Virginia managed 32 yards on the ground and 372 in the air, while the Bearcats finished with a balanced 190 yards on the ground and 214 passing. Smith passed for 372 yards and had two 100-yard receivers in Austin and Bailey. Linebacker Najee Goode paced the defense with eight tackles. Pead topped the Bearcat numbers with 113 yards rushing and 67 receiving, while JK Schaffer had nine tackles. The win gave the Mountaineers a two-game winning streak in the series with Cincinnati.
AttendAnce - 48,152
CIN RUSHING: Pead 19-113, Legaux 8-77; CIN PASSING: Collaros 7-11-070, Legaux 10-21-1-144; CIN RECEIVING: Thompkins 5-67, Pead 5-67; CIN TACKLES (TFL/QS): Schaffer 9 (2/0), Frey 7; CIN INTERCEPTIONS: None. WVU RUSHING: Buie 4-21, Garrison 13-19; WVU PASSING: Smith 29-430-372; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 9-126, Bailey 6-104; WVU TACKLES (TFL/ QS): Goode 8 (3/1), Miller 7; WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Tandy.
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crowd of 60,932 at Milan Puskar Stadium. Pitt opened up the scoring by taking advantage of West Virginia miscues and penalties. The Mountaineers had the Panthers stopped after a Kevin Harper missed field goal, but a personal foul penalty gave Pitt new life. The Panthers went on to complete a 13-play, 71yard drive that ended with a Zach Brown one-yard rush, and a 7-0 Pitt The Panthers extended their margin to 14-0 with 2:14 left in the opening quarter, when Isaac Bennett motored in from six-yards out, giving the Panthers two scores in three drives to start the game. West Virginia closed the gap to 14-7 with 7:23 left in the first half, when quarterback Geno Smith connected with receiver Stedman Bailey for a 63-yard scoring play. After stopping Pitt on its next possession, West Virginia fumbled the ensuing punt, which was recovered by Pitt at the WVU 33-yard line. Five plays later, the Panthers made the Mountaineers pay for the miscue by adding a 30-yard Harper field goal for a 17-7 advantage. West Virginia did manage a Darwin Cook interception just before halftime, but the Mountaineer offense could not move the ball, and the Panthers took the 10-point lead into the locker room at the half.

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Pitt got the ball to start the second half, and the Mountaineer defense held once again, but another fumbled punt by the Mountaineers put the Panthers back in business at the WVU 16-yard line. A strong defensive stand forced the Panthers into a 27-yard field goal by Harper, and their lead was upped to 20-7 with 11:29 left in the third. The Mountaineers answered the score with their second touchdown, by putting together a seven-play, 60-yard drive. Running back Shawne Alston pulled the Mountaineers to within six at 20-14 on his eight-yard scoring run at the 8:52 mark of the third. An impressive defensive effort continued to keep the Mountaineers in the game, as the unit only allowed Pitt 80 yards in the second half and no drive longer than 23 yards over the final two quarters. West Virginia took its first lead of the game with 6:04 left, when the Mountaineers completed an 83-yard drive on Alston’s one-yard run
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for a 21-20 WVU lead. From there, the West Virginia defense did the rest, coming up with 10 sacks in the game, including nine on Pitt’s final 25 plays to hold the Panthers scoreless on their final two possessions to secure the come-from-behind win. Smith passed for 244 yards, with 102 yards going to Tavon Austin and 80 to Bailey. Julian Miller led the defense with 12 tackles and four sacks. Punter Corey Smith also played a key role in turning the field with his four punts for an average of 57.2 yards, including a long punt for 62 yards. Pitt got a combined 136 yards rushing from Bennett and Brown, while Tino Sunseri passed for 137 yards. Buddy Jackson and Max Gruder led the Panther defense with eight tackles each. Final totals showed WVU with 113 yards rushing and 244 passing for 357 yards of offense. Pitt totaled 159 yards on the ground and 137 through the air for 296 total yards. In the victory, West Virginia set six offensive school records, and has now won three straight “Backyard Brawls.” In all-time BIG EAST play against Pitt, West Virginia leads the series 14-7 and is now 16-71 in the last 24 games against the Panthers.
AttendAnce- 60,932
WVU RUSHING: Garrison 11-61; WVU PASSING: Smith 22-31-0-244; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 10-102, Bailey 3-80; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Garvin 14 (1/0), Miller 12 (4/4), Goode 8 (2/3), Cook 8; WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Cook. Pitt RUSHING: Bennett 16-70, Brown 15-67; Pitt PASSING: Sunseri 1223-1-137; Pitt RECEIVING: Street 4-50; Pitt TACKLES (TFL/QS): Jackson 8 (1/0), Gruder 8; Pitt INTERCEPTIONS: None.

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yler Bitancurt’s 28-yard field goal as time expired gave West Virginia its sixth BIG EAST championship in nine years, and seventh overall as the Mountaineers defeated USF, 30-27,

before a Thursday night ESPN national audience. The dramatic victory saw West Virginia control the game for three quarters, only to fall behind in the fourth, before staging the allimportant comeback. The field goal was the second game-winning kick as time expired for Bitancurt in three years, but this one came on the road and was good enough for a conference championship and a nine-win regular season. The dramatics for both teams came in the fourth quarter. West Virginia led for three and a half quarters thanks in part to a solid defensive effort and strong special teams. The Mountaineers’ first score came at the 13:29 mark of the second quarter. By taking advantage of a blocked punt by Willie Milhouse, WVU went up 3-0 on Bitancurt’s 23-yard field goal. West Virginia extended its lead to 10-0 at the 8:29 mark, when cornerback Pat Miller intercepted USF quarterback B.J. Daniels for a 52-yard touchdown return. The Bulls got on the scoreboard with 5:13 left in the first half, when Daniels connected with Sterling Griffin for a 20-yard pass play. The pass was originally ruled incomplete, but replay overturned the call, and the Bulls had the 10-play, 80-yard drive in the books. The Mountaineers added a second Bitancurt field goal with just 22 seconds remaining in the half. The drive was aided by a 20-yard run by quarterback Geno Smith to put Bitancurt in range for the 42-yarder. West Virginia took the opening drive of the second half and moved deep into USF territory, but came away empty after fumbling on the Bulls’ three-yard line. The fumble recovery sparked USF, who then marched 82 yards in 10 plays and closed the gap to 13-10, after Maikon Bonani converted a 32-yard field goal. On the ensuing kickoff, WVU’s special teams came up big once again as Tavon Austin returned the kick 90 yards for a score, and a 20-10 Mountaineer lead. The kickoff return was Austin’s second of the season and third of his career. The Bulls added a field goal late in the third to pull within 20-13, setting up fourth quarter fireworks for both teams. A 15-play, 72-yard drive enabled the Bulls to tie the game with 10:01 left on Daniels’ one-yard rush. Then USF took its first and only lead on WVU’s next possession, when Smith was intercepted by JaQuez Jenkins for the pick six from 24 yards away, and a 27-20 lead. With USF seemingly in control, the Mountaineers answered with an 11-play drive that covered 77 yards and ended with Dustin Garrison’s five-yard rush to tie the game at 27. USF marched deep into WVU territory and seemed ready for the go-ahead score, when WVU linebacker Najee Goode forced a Daniels fumble that was recovered by teammate Doug Rigg at the WVU 28yard line. Aided by five plays of nine yards or more, along with a 26-yard completion on fourth and 10 from Smith to receiver Stedman Bailey, the WVU offense gave Bitancurt the chance, and he seized it. Final totals showed West Virginia with 127 yards rushing and 237 passing for 364 total yards. USF totaled 171 yards on the ground and 226 in the air for 397 yards of offense. The victory gave West Virginia nine or more wins for the seventh
WVU RUSHING: Garrison 16-87; WVU PASSING: Smith 23-35-2-237; WVU RECEIVING: Bailey 7-80, Austin 7-54; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Clarke 9 (1/0), Goode 7 (1/0); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Miller. USF RUSHING: Scott 14-92; USF PASSING: Daniels 21-44-1-226; USF RECEIVING: Landi 4-67, Welch 4-45; USF TACKLES (TFL/QS): Lattimore 7, Lanaris 6 (1/0); USF INTERCEPTIONS: Jenkins, Washington. 4th 3rd

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ball at the Tiger 18-yard line. Five plays later, Alston added his second touchdown run in the game by bulling over from the one-yard line for a 49-20 Mountaineer lead at the intermission. WVU’s 49 points also were a bowl and BCS record for most points in a half. Knowing Clemson’s ability to score points in a hurry, the Mountaineers did not let up in the second half, taking the opening possession 73 yards, which ended on a six-yard scoring toss from Smith to Stedman Bailey for a 56-20 lead. After holding Clemson on downs, the Mountaineers went 74 yards and took a 63-20 lead, when Smith hit Austin for a 37-yard touchdown reception with 9:18 left in the third. The Tigers added a touchdown late in the third and fourth quarters, but between the two scores Willie Milhouse had a seven-yard touchdown reception to end a 66-yard WVU scoring drive that put the Mountaineers at the record mark of 70 points. Final totals showed West Virginia with 182 yards rushing and 407 passing for 589 yards of offense. Clemson finished with 193 rushing and 250 passing for 443 yards. The appearance was WVU’s first in the Orange Bowl, and the win gave the Mountaineers a 3-0 mark all-time in BCS bowl games and evened the all-time series with Clemson at 1-1.
AttendAnce- 67,563
WVU RUSHING: Alston 20-77, Buie 13-45, Austin 3-40; WVU PASSING: Smith 32-43-0-407; WVU RECEIVING: Austin 12-123, Bailey 5-82, Brown 5-71; WVU TACKLES (TFL/QS): E. Smith 13 (1/0), Tandy 6, Barber 6 (1/0); WVU INTERCEPTIONS: Miller, Tandy. CU RUSHING: Ellington 10-116; CU PASSING: Boyd 24-46-2-250; CU RECEIVING: Hopkins 10-107, Watkins 5-66; CU TACKLES (TFL/QS): Hall 8, Breeland 7, Hawkins 6 (1/0); CU INTERCEPTIONS: Hall.

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DATE Sept. 4, 2011 Sept. 10, 2011 Sept. 17, 2011 Sept. 24, 2011 Oct. 1, 2011 Oct. 8, 2011 Oct. 21, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 25, 2011 Dec. 1, 2011 ^Jan. 4, 2012 OPPONENT MARSHALL NORFOLK STATE at Maryland #2 LSU BOWLING GREEN CONNECTICUT at Syracuse at Rutgers LOUISVILLE at #18 Cincinnati PITT at USF vs. #14 Clemson SCORE W/34-13 W/55-12 W/37-31 L/21-47 W/55-10 W/43-16 L/23-49 W/41-31 L/35-38 W/24-21 W/21-20 W/30-27 W/70-33 OVERALL 1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 6-3-0 7-3-0 8-3-0 9-3-0 10-3-0 CONFERENCE 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 5-2-0 TIME 2:25 3:12 3:28 3:40 3:00 3:38 3:31 3:49 3:25 3:45 3:22 3:38 3:48 ATTEND. 60,758 51,911 53,627 62,056 46,603 56,179 45,265 47,303

2011 STATISTICS

57,287 48,152 60,932 41,743 67,563

^ 2012 Discover Orange Bowl, Miami Gardens, Fla.

TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING

WVU
489

OPP
348

INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards

13.6 27-13 80-697

17.6 22-9 87-723

Points Per Game .................................... 37.6 ................................. 26.8 FIRST DOWNS 301 241

Average Per Game ................................. 53.6 ................................. 55.6 PUNTS-Yards 56-2,148 79-3,300

Rushing ....................................................91 ..................................... 94 Passing....................................................187 .................................. 129 Penalty .....................................................23 ..................................... 18 RUSHING YARDAGE 1,595 1,882

Average Per Punt ................................... 38.4 ................................. 41.8 Net punt average.................................... 34.6 ................................. 37.3 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct. 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct. SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE 28:20 73/180 41% 9/18 50% 31-180 0 63 16-22 0-0 (54-61) 89% (41-61) 67% (61-63) 97% 395,726 30:33 73/204 36% 8/17 47% 26-198 94 42 19-24 0-0 (40-48) 83% (28-48) 58% (37-38) 97% 236,090

Yards gained rushing............................. 1,936 .............................. 2,210 Yards lost rushing ....................................341 .................................. 328 Rushing Attempts....................................417 .................................. 472 Average Per Rush ...................................308 .................................. 400 Average Per Game ................................ 122.7 .............................. 144.8 TDs Rushing .............................................25 ..................................... 21 PASSING YARDAGE 4,509 2,645

Comp.-Att.-Int. .................................. 353-542-9 .................255-448-14 Average Per Pass ....................................803 .................................. 509 Average Per Catch ................................. 12.8 ................................. 10.4 Average Per Game ................................ 346.8 .............................. 203.5 TDs Passing .............................................32 ..................................... 15 TOTAL OFFENSE 6,104 4,527

Total Plays ...............................................959 .................................. 920 Average Per Play .....................................604 .................................. 409 Average Per Game ................................ 469.5 .............................. 348.2 KICK RETURNS: No0-Yards PUNT RETURNS: No0-Yards INT RETURNS: No0-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 57-1,349 25-294 14-190 23.7 11.8 79-1,882 16-169 9-158 23.8 10.6

Games/Avg. Per Game .......................7/56,532 ...................... 5/47,218 Neutral Site Games .................................................................. 1/67,563

SCORE BY QTRS
West Virginia Opponents

1st
82 115

2nd
167 87

3rd
131 62

4th
109 84

Total
489 348

143

RUSHING GARRISON, Dustin ALSTON, Shawne AUSTIN, Tavon BUIE, Andrew ROBERTS, Vernard JOHNSON, Trey MILLARD, Paul MOLINARI, Mike TEAM SMITH, Geno Total Opponents

GP 12 11 13 11 12 2 4 13 11 13 13 13

Att. 136 97 16 51 44 3 2 1 11 56 417 472

Gain 777 432 196 190 150 8 3 0 0 180 1,936 2,210

Loss 35 16 14 18 10 0 0 8 27 213 341 328

Net 742 416 182 172 140 8 3 -8 -27 -33 1,595 1,882

Avg. 5.5 4.3 11.4 3.4 3.2 2.7 1.5 -8.0 -2.5 -0.6 3.8 4.0

TD 6 12 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 25 21

Long Avg./G. 42 52 80 12 9 6 2 0 0 20 80 68 61.8 37.8 14.0 15.6 11.7 4.0 0.8 -0.6 -3.4 -2.5 122.7 144.8

KICK RETURNS AUSTIN, Tavon STARKS, Brad BROWN, Devon BAILEY, Stedman JENKINS, Brodrick ROBERTS, Vernard Total Opponents

No. 36 9 5 4 2 1 57 79

Yards 938 223 81 67 38 2 1,349 1,882

Avg. 26.1 24.8 16.2 16.8 19.0 2.0 23.7 23.8

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Long 100 62 24 26 19 2 100 99

FUMBLE RETURNS COOK, Darwin GOODE, Najee SNOW, Jewone

No. 1 1 1 0 3 1

Yards 99 4 83 0 186 -15

Avg. 99.0 4.0 83.0 0.0 62.0 -15.0

TD 1 0 0 1 2 1

Long 99 4 83 0 99 0

PASSING SMITH, Geno MILLARD, Paul TEAM Total Opponents

GP Effic. Cmp./Att./Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Avg./G 13 152.59 4 13 111.44 00.0 346-526-7 7-15-2 0-1-0 353-542-9 255-448-14 65.8 46.7 0.0 65.1 56.9 4,385 124 0 4,509 2,645 31 1 0 32 15 84 45 0 84 56 337.3 31.0 0.0 346.8 203.5

MILLER, Julian Total Opponents

13 151.17 13 111.31

|------------ PATs -------------| SCORING BITANCURT, Tyler BAILEY, Stedman TD 0 12 12 11 6 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 63 42 FGs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Kick 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Rush 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 Rcv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pass DXP Safety Points 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 109 72 72 66 36 24 18 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 489 348 16-22 61-63

2011 STATISTICS

RECEIVING AUSTIN, Tavon BAILEY, Stedman MCCARTNEY, Ivan BROWN, Devon GARRISON, Dustin URBAN, Tyler STARKS, Brad MILHOUSE, Willie BUIE, Andrew WOODS, J0D0 NEHLEN, Ryan ROBERTS, Vernard ALSTON, Shawne Total Opponents

GP 13 13 13 13 12 13 8 13 11 9 13 12 11 13 13

No. 101 72 49 29 24 20 14 13 13 7 5 4 2 353 255

Yards 1,186 1,279 585 404 201 226 174 220 85 67 64 12 6 4,509 2,645

Avg. 11.7 17.8 11.9 13.9 8.4 11.3 12.4 16.9 6.5 9.6 12.8 3.0 3.0 12.8 10.4

TD 8 12 3 1 0 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 32 15

Long 72 84 51 55 36 19 30 43 20 15 21 9 6 84 56

Avg./G. 91.2 98.4 45.0 31.1 16.8 17.4 21.8 16.9 7.7 7.4 4.9 1.0 0.5 346.8 203.5

ALSTON, Shawne AUSTIN, Tavon GARRISON, Dustin STARKS, Brad MCCARTNEY, Ivan ROBERTS, Vernard SMITH, Geno URBAN, Tyler MILLER, Julian BUIE, Andrew MILHOUSE, Willie GARVIN, Terence NEHLEN, Ryan MILLER, Pat BROWN, Devon COOK, Darwin TEAM Total

16-22 61-63 19-24 37-38

PUNT RETURNS AUSTIN, Tavon JENKINS, Brodrick BROWN, Devon BANKS, Ishmael MILHOUSE, Willie Total Opponents

No. 19 2 2 1 1 25 16

Yards 268 12 -3 1 16 294 169

Avg. 14.1 6.0 -1.5 1.0 16.0 11.8 10.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 64 7 0 0 0 64 87

Opponents

TOTAL OFFENSE SMITH, Geno GARRISON, Dustin ALSTON, Shawne AUSTIN, Tavon BUIE, Andrew ROBERTS, Vernard MILLARD, Paul JOHNSON, Trey MOLINARI, Mike TEAM Total Opponents

GP 13 12 11 13 11 12 4 2 13 8 13 13

Plays 582 136 97 16 51 44 17 3 1 12 959 920

Rush -33 742 416 182 172 140 3 8 -8 -27 1,595 1,882

Pass 4,385 0 0 0 0 0 124 0 0 0 4,509 2,645

Total 4,352 742 416 182 172 140 127 8 -8 -27 6,104 4,527

Avg./G. 334.8 61.8 37.8 14.0 15.6 11.7 31.8 4.0 -0.6 -3.4 469.5 348.2

INTERCEPTIONS TANDY, Keith JENKINS, Brodrick COOK, Darwin MILLER, Pat GARVIN, Terence SMITH, Eain GOODE, Najee Total Opponents

No. 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 14 9

Yards 63 0 21 58 32 1 15 190 158

Avg. 15.8 0.0 10.5 29.0 16.0 1.0 15.0 13.6 17.6

TD 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2

Long 18 0 21 52 37 1 15 52 48

FIELD GOALS

FGM/FGA Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Long Blkd. 72.7 1-1 7-8 5-9 3-4 0-0 45 2

BITANCURT, Tyler 16-22

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FG SEQUENCE
Marshall Norfolk State Maryland LSU BOWLING GREEN CONNECTICUT Syracuse Rutgers LOUISVILLE Cincinnati PITT USF Clemson

West Virginia
(27),(43) 35,(17),(21) (35),(34),(21) (30),(45) (31),(33) (27) 32,23 (28),39,47 38,(23),(42),(28) -

OPPONENTS
(24),(21) (50),(39),(39),(40) (25),48 30 (21) 42,(40),(53),(22) (40) (39) 42,31 (30),(27) (32),(20) (42),(43)

PUNTING
MOLINARI, Mike SMITH, Corey Total Opponents

No.
30 26 56 79

Yards
1,116 1,032 2,148 3,300

Avg.
37.2 39.7 38.4 41.8

Long
58 62 62 63

TB
2 0 2 3

FC
5 1 6 22

I-20
11 6 17 25

Blkd.
0 0 0 1

KICKOFFS
SMITH, Corey BITANCURT, Tyler Total Opponents

No.
73 16 89 72

Yards
4,577 883 5,460 4,363

Avg.
62.7 55.2 61.3 60.6

TB
5 2 7 9

OB
2 1 3 5

Ret. NetYd.

Ln.

23.8 23.7

38.6 39.4

31 30

dEFENSIVE lEAdERS
|---------------Tackles---------------| |-Sacks-| |----Pass Def----| |----Fumbles----| Blkd.

GP
52 25 24 28 6 8 97 56 11 99 98 47 43 23 33 53 34 45 42 26 94 17 90 36 46 3 49 18 85 37 87 91 19 92 22 41 50 32 55 57 1 2 81 10 89 44 5 TM GOODE, Najee COOK, Darwin SMITH, Eain GARVIN, Terence MILLER, Pat TANDY, Keith MILLER, Julian SNOW, Jewone IRVIN, Bruce WRIGHT, Jorge CLARKE, Will RIGG, Doug VANCE, Casey JENKINS, Brodrick BARBER, Jared ANDERSON, Tyler BANKS, Ishmael LEVEL, Cecil MILES, Donovan BELL, Travis TAYLOR, Josh FRANCIS, Josh ROWELL, Shaq PETTEWAY, Shaq MORO, Matt BAILEY, Stedman GLOSTER, Troy BOWSER, Brantwon MILHOUSE, Willie TONKERY, Wes NUTTER, Cody LAGEMAN, J.B. MARABLE, Will DEMKO, Trevor WILLIAMS, Avery KOVATCH, Ricky REDMAN, Taige CLARKE, Ryan RADER, Tyler BRAUN, Jeff AUSTIN, Tavon STARKS, Brad WOODS, J.D. DORSEY, Mike URBAN, Tyler SMITH, Corey MCCARTNEY, Ivan TEAM Total Opponents 13 13 13 11 13 13 13 11 13 13 13 11 11 13 12 13 13 13 12 11 9 8 10 12 7 13 10 12 13 9 13 7 6 4 5 13 13 12 13 13 13 8 9 5 13 13 13 13 13 13

Solo
43 51 55 43 50 50 31 18 27 21 19 11 9 22 13 9 9 7 4 4 2 7 2 5 4 5 2 3 2 4 4 2 2 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 553 -

Ast
44 34 21 29 16 14 26 24 13 17 15 19 21 5 10 8 2 4 6 6 7 2 6 3 2 0 3 2 3 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 372 -

Total
87 85 76 72 66 64 57 42 40 38 34 30 30 27 23 17 11 11 10 10 9 9 8 8 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 925 -

TFL/Yards No./Yards
14/45 1/1 3/13 5.5/13 1.5/1 2.0/9 11.0/30 2.0/7 15.0/91 3.5/12 5/25 4/14 2.5/3 2/10 2/6 4/9 0 0 0 0 0.5/2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5/2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80/295 79/324 5/34 0 0 3.5/6 0 0 6/24 1.5/6 8.5/71 1.5/10 2/16 1/8 0.5/1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5/2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31/180 26/198

Int./Yards
1/15 2/21 1/1 2/32 2/58 4/63 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14/190 9/158

PBU
1 4 6 3 3 9 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 8 3 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 0 0 0 0 0 42 57

Rcv./Yards
1/4 2/99 0 0 0 0 3/0 1/83 0 0 0 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 9/186 13/-15

FF
1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 3 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 19

Kick
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 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Safety
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

2011 STATISTICS

145

ALL PURPOSE
AUSTIN, Tavon BAILEY, Stedman GARRISON, Dustin MCCARTNEY, Ivan BROWN, Devon ALSTON, Shawne STARKS, Brad BUIE, Andrew MILHOUSE, Willie URBAN, Tyler ROBERTS, Vernard WOODS, J0D0 NEHLEN, Ryan TANDY, Keith MILLER, Pat JENKINS, Brodrick GARVIN, Terence COOK, Darwin GOODE, Najee JOHNSON, Trey MILLARD, Paul BANKS, Ishmael SMITH, Eain MOLINARI, Mike TEAM SMITH, Geno Total Opponents

GP
13 13 12 13 13 11 8 11 13 13 12 9 13 13 13 13 11 13 13 2 4 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

RUSh
182 0 742 0 0 416 0 172 0 0 140 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 0 0 -8 -27 -33 1,595 1,882

REC
1,186 1,279 201 585 404 6 174 85 220 226 12 67 64 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,509 2,645

PR
268 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 294 169

KOR
938 67 0 0 81 0 223 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IR
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 58 0 32 21 15 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

TOTAL AvG./G.
2,574 1,346 943 585 482 422 397 257 236 226 154 67 64 63 58 50 32 21 15 8 3 1 1 -8 -27 -33 198.0 103.5 78.6 45.0 37.1 38.4 49.6 23.4 18.2 17.4 12.8 7.4 4.9 4.8 4.5 3.8 2.9 1.6 1.2 4.0 0.8 0.1 0.1 -0.6 -3.4 -2.5 610.5 518.2

INDIvIDUAL GAME hIGhS
Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes 32 291 2 GARRISON, Dustin vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) GARRISON, Dustin vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) ALSTON, Shawne vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) GARRISON, Dustin vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) ALSTON, Shawne at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) ALSTON, Shawne vs. LOUISVILLE (Nov. 5, 2011) ALSTON, Shawne vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) ALSTON, Shawne vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions 80 65 38 463 6 84 12 187 4 84 3 45 8 57.2 62 4 64 100 14 4.0 4.0 2 AUSTIN, Tavon at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) SMITH, Geno vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) SMITH, Geno vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) SMITH, Geno vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) SMITH, Geno vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) SMITH, Geno vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) AUSTIN, Tavon vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) AUSTIN, Tavon vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) AUSTIN, Tavon vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) BAILEY, Stedman vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) BITANCURT, Tyler at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) BITANCURT, Tyler at USF (Dec. 1, 2011) BITANCURT, Tyler vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) MOLINARI, Mike at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) SMITH, Corey vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) SMITH, Corey vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) MOLINARI, Mike at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) AUSTIN, Tavon vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) AUSTIN, Tavon vs. Marshall (Sept. 4, 2011) GARVIN, Terence vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) MILLER, Julian vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) MILLER, Julian vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) TANDY, Keith vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) JENKINS, Brodrick at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011)

2011 STATISTICS

1,349 190 7,937 1,882 158 6,736

TAVON

AUSTIN

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TEAM GAME hIGhS
Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return 46 360 7.8 4 65 38 469 10.8 6 89 643 8.1 70 10 31 14 95 4 3 8 50.0 62 4 64 vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) vs. Marshall (Sept. 4, 2011) vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) Interceptions 1 MCDOUGLE, DEXTER, at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) MATHIEU, TYRANN, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) TAYLOR, BRANDON, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) BROWN, TY-MEER, vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) WILKES, JEREMI, at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) THOMAS, PHILLIP, at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) WASHINGTON, QUENTIN, at USF (Dec 1, 2011) JENKINS, JAQUEZ, at USF (Dec 1, 2011) HALL, RASHAD, vs. Clemson (Jan 4, 2012)

TYLER

BITANCURT

2011 STATISTICS

OPPONENT INDIvIDUAL GAME hIGhS
Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes 23 125 2 WARE, SPENCER, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) MARTIN, JAMEL, vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) BAILEY, ANTWON, at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) ADAMS, D.J., at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) FORD, MICHAEL, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) JAMISON,JAWAN, at Rutgers (Oct. 29, 2011) PEAD, ISAIAH at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) ELLINGTON, ANDRE, vs. Clemson (Jan 4, 2012) O’BRIEN, DANNY, at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) O’BRIEN, DANNY, at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) O’BRIEN, DANNY, at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) NASSIB, RYAN, at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) FLORES, NICO, vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) HOPKINS, DEANDRE, vs. Clemson (Jan 4, 2012) HOPKINS, DEANDRE, vs. Clemson (Jan 4, 2012) PROVO, NICK, at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) BOYCE, XAVIER, vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) ESTEP, RYAN, vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) TEGGART, DAVE, vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss 53 10 48.7 63 6 87 99 15 2.5 2.5 TEGGART, DAVE, vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) MUENZER, TROY, vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) YOLIC, MATT, vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) WING, BRAD, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) WAGNER, COLE, vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) WING, BRAD, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) BOOKER, ANDRE, vs. Marshall (Sept. 4, 2011) CLAIBORNE, MORRIS, vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) FRANKLIN, ERIC, at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) STEART, WALTER, at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) BLACK, TREVOR, vs. Marshall (Sept. 4, 2011) MARTIN, TYWON, vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) STEWART, WALTER, at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) WOLFE, DEREK, at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return 10 48.7 63 6 87 Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By 52 34 289 9.1 4 87 477 6.2 49 5 29 19 177 5 2

OPPONENT TEAM GAME hIGhS
Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes 58 194 7.1 3 vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) vs. Clemson (Jan. 4, 2012) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) vs. LOUISVILLE (Nov. 5, 2011) at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) vs. LOUISVILLE (Nov. 5, 2011) at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) at Cincinnati (Nov. 12, 2011) at Maryland (Sept. 17, 2011) vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) vs. BOWLING GREEN (Oct. 1, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) at Syracuse (Oct. 21, 2011) at USF (Dec. 1, 2011) vs. Norfolk State (Sept. 10, 2011) vs. PITT (Nov. 25, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) vs. CONNECTICUT (Oct. 8, 2011) vs. LSU (Sept. 24, 2011) vs. Marshall (Sept. 4, 2011)

Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals

68 52 34 289 4 56 10 107 3 56 3

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2011 STATISTICS

jULIAN

MILLER

2011 OFFENSE gAmE-By-gAmE StARtERS
Game Marshall Norfolk State Maryland LSU Bowling Green UConn Syracuse Rutgers Louisville Cincinnati Pitt USF Clemson WR (x) S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey S. Bailey IR (H) T. Urban T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin -T. Austin T. Austin T. Austin IR (Y) -D. Brown -D. Brown T. Urban T. Urban T. Urban T. Urban -T. Urban T. Urban -T. Urban WR (Z) R. Nehlen I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney I. McCartney JD Woods LT D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay D. Barclay LG J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun J. Braun C J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen J. Madsen RG T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader T. Rader Q. Spain T. Rader RT P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger P. Eger C. Feigt P. Eger A A. Buie V. Roberts A. Buie V. Roberts D. Garrison D. Garrison D. Garrison D. Garrison D. Garrison D. Garrison D. Garrison D. Garrison S. Alston B R. Clarke -R. Clarke -----M. Lindamood R. Clarke -R. Clarke R. Clarke QB G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith G. Smith

2011 dEFENSE gAmE-By-gAmE StARtERS
Game Marshall Norfolk State Maryland LSU Bowling Green UConn Syracuse Rutgers Louisville Cincinnati Pitt USF Clemson DE B. Irvin B. Irvin B. Irvin B. Irvin B. Irvin W. Clarke W. Clarke W. Clarke W. Clarke W. Clarke B. Irvin W. Clarke W. Clarke NT J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Wright J. Taylor J. Wright J. Wright DT W. Clarke W. Clarke W. Clarke W. Clarke J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller SLB D. Rigg D. Rigg D. Rigg D. Rigg N. Goode N. Goode N. Goode D. Rigg D. Rigg D. Rigg N. Goode D. Rigg D. RIgg MLB N. Goode N. Goode N. Goode N. Goode J. Snow J. Snow J. Snow J. Snow J. Snow J. Snow J. Barber J. Snow J. Barber WLB C. Vance C. Vance C. Vance J. Francis C. Vance C. Vance C. Vance N. Goode N. Goode N. Goode C. Vance N. Goode N. Goode LCB K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy K. Tandy SS T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin T. Garvin W. Tonkery FS E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith BS D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook D. Cook RCB P. Miller P. Miller P. Miller P. Miller P. Miller P. Miller P. Miller B. Jenkins P. Miller P. Miller B. Jenkins B. Jenkins B. Jenkins

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RECORD BOOK
Hall of Fame Selections All-Americans Top Performances Individual Records Defensive Records Team Records Coaching History Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium Records Year-by-Year Results All-Time Scores Series Records Bowl Games All-Time Lettermen Mountaineers in the Pros 150 152 155 164 166 168 169 170 172 174 182 183 189 197

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NATIONAL HALL OF FAME SELECTIONS
bRuce Lee

boSley
natIonal Hall of fame SelectIonS

college football Hall of fame / Inducted: 1982 aS a Player West Virginia’s second-ever consensus AllAmerican 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.

feated 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 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.

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.

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 championship. 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 195658, 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.

ALfRed eARLe

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.

“greaSy” neale

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 unde-

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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 19802000. 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.

town, 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.

natIonal Hall of fame SelectIonS

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.

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.

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.

dARRyL VIctoR

talley

college football Hall of fame / Inducted: 2011 aS a Player The 12th Mountaineer to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, 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 ½ 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.

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 Morgan-

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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.

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.

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 allpurpose 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.

bRuce conSenSuS all-amerIcanS

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 three-year 31-7 mark. A secondround 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.

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.

MIke

dARRyL

comPton
center, 1992
West Virginia’s fifth consensus AllAmerican 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. He also played one season with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

talley
IRA eRRett
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 allround 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 allround football player in the land” that season. Rodgers was enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame in 1953.

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.

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gRAnt

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 AllAmerica teams in 1994 and had one punt travel 90 yards against Nebraska in the Kickoff Classic. The Setauket, N.Y.,

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 WVUs career leader in tackles for loss with 47.5.

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 342, 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.

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2011 2010 2008 Tavon Austin, all-purpose CBSSports.com, Phil Steele Robert Sands, safety Sporting News Pat White, quarterback Playboy Pat McAfee, punter/kicker CBSSports.com Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle Football Writers Association of America Steve Slaton, running back Playboy Steve Slaton, running back Associated Press, Walter Camp, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of America and Sporting News Dan Mozes, center Playboy, American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Walter Camp, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News, Rivals.com Adam Jones, defensive back Collegefootballnews.com, Collegesportsreport.com Grant Wiley, linebacker Associated Press, Football Writers of America, Southern Football Weekly, The Sporting News, CNNSI.com, CSTV, Collegefootballnews.com John Thornton, defensive tackle Sports Network Canute Curtis, linebacker American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Football News, Football Writers Association of America, College Sports, Scripps-Howard, American Football Quarterly Aaron Beasley, defensive back American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp, Football News, United Press International, College Sports Todd Sauerbrun, punter American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp, Associated Press, Football News, United Press International, Football Writers Association of America, College Sports, College-Pro Football Weekly Rich Braham, offensive tackle Kodak, United Press International Mike Compton, center Playboy, Kodak, Walter Camp, Football News, Sporting News, Associated Press, United Press International Major Harris, quarterback Kodak/AFCA, Playboy Rick Phillips, offensive tackle Scripps-Howard Bo Orlando, strong safety Newspaper Enterprise Association Chris Haering, linebacker Newspaper Enterprise Association

1985

Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle Walter Camp, Associated Press, United Press International, Football News, Playboy Willie Drewrey, special teams Sporting News Rob Bennett, tight end Walter Camp Paul Woodside, place-kicker Playboy Paul Woodside, place-kicker Sporting News Darryl Talley, linebacker Associated Press, United Press International, Sporting News, Kodak, Football News, WTBS, Football Writers Association of America, Newspaper Enterprise Association Danny Buggs, wide receiver Time Danny Buggs, wide receiver American Football Coaches’ Association (Kodak) Dale Farley, linebacker Sporting News Jim Braxton, tight end Associated Press Carl Crennel, middle guard Playboy Sam Huff, tackle NEA Service, Look, Jet, NBC-TV Bruce Bosley, tackle Colliers, International News Service, United Press, Sporting News, New York News, Williamson Rating System, Hearst Newspapers, Paramount News, All-America Board, Boston Record American, Gridiron Weekly, Players’ (Norman Sper) Bob Orders, center NEA Service (Harry Wismer) Paul Bischoff, end Paramount News Walter “Red” Mahan, guard Midweek Pictorial, Metropolitan News Fred Graham, end Referee Tom Thorp Russ Meredith, tackle New York World Russ Bailey, center Sioux City Tribune, Philadelphia Press Ira Errett Rodgers, fullback Walter Camp, Frank G. Menke, The Knickerbocker, Chicago Tribune, Pittsburgh Post, Newark Sunday Call, St. Louis Star, New Haven Register, Troy (N.Y.) Record, Ohio State Journal, Philadelphia Press Ira Errett Rodgers, fullback Newark Sunday Call Russ Bailey, center Frank G. Menke, A.M. Weyland, Chicago Tribune, Pittsburgh Sun, Pittsburgh Press, New York Evening Journal Ira Errett Rodgers, fullback Frank Cavanaugh, New York Sun, Newark Sunday Call 2011 2010 2008

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Tavon Austin, all-purpose Yahoo! Sports Keith Tandy, cornerback SI.com Pat McAfee, punter Walter Camp Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle Walter Camp Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle Sporting News, Walter Camp Garin Justice, offensive tackle The Sporting New Dan Mozes, center Associated Press Aaron Beasley, defensive back Associated Press Aaron Beasley, defensive back Football News, United Press International, College Sports Rich Braham, offensive tackle Associated Press Major Harris, quarterback Associated Press, Football News Chris Parker, defensive tackle Associated Press Rick Phillips, offensive tackle Associated Press, United Press International Brian Smider, offensive tackle Sporting News Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle Newspaper Enterprise Association Brian Jozwiak, offensive tackle Associated Press Fred Smalls, linebacker Newspaper Enterprise Association Paul Woodside, place-kicker United Press International Paul Woodside, place-kicker United Press International Mark Raugh, tight end United Press International Danny Buggs, wide receiver Associated Press, United Press International, Football News Carl Crennel, middle guard Associated Press Carl Crennel, middle guard Associated Press Garrett Ford, halfback Associated Press, United Press International Pete Goimarac, center Associated Press Bruce Bosley, tackle Associated Press Bruce Bosley, tackle International News Service Gene “Beef” Lamone, guard Associated Press Bob Orders, center Central Press

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Gerald Schultze, center Associated Press B.C. Williams, guard Associated Press Carl Crennel, middle guard Associated Press Jerry Yost, quarterback Associated Press Chuck Howley, guard Williamson Rating System Sam Huff, tackle United Press International Gene “Beef” Lamone, guard Associated Press, NEA Service, Chicago Tribune, Williamson Rating System Tommy Allman, fullback NEA Service Bob Orders, center United Press International, Football Digest Joe Stydahar, tackle NEA Service Walter “Red” Mahan, guard Associated Press, International News Service, All-America Board, Chicago Tribune, A.M. Weyland Walter “Red” Mahan, guard Walter Camp Charles “Trusty” Tallman, end Athletic World Joe Harrick, tackle Chicago Tribune Ira Errett Rodgers, fullback A.M. Weyland

anSon mount ScHolar-atHlete award Selected by Playboy
1998 2006 Eric de Groh, center Jay Henry, linebacker

caPItal one academIc all-amerIcanS PreSented by coSIda
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2007 2006 2005 1998 1994 1992 1983 1981 1980 1970 1955 1954 1952 Reed Williams, linebacker Jay Henry, linebacker Jay Henry, linebacker Eric de Groh, center Matt Taffoni, linebacker Mike Compton, center Jeff Hostetler, quarterback Oliver Luck, quarterback Oliver Luck, quarterback Kim West, kicker Sam Huff, tackle Fred Wyant, quarterback Paul Bischoff, end

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2011 2010 Tavon Austin, all-purpose Associated Press Chris Neild, nose tackle Rivals.com Keith Tandy, cornerback Rivals.com Scott Kozlowski, punter Phil Steele Pat McAfee, punter Associated Press, Phil Steele Ryan Stanchek, offensive tackle Associated Press Quincy Wilson, running back Associated Press Avon Cobourne, running back Associated Press Eric de Groh, center Associated Press Amos Zereoue, running back Sporting News Henry Slay, defensive tackle Associated Press Mike Collins, safety Football News Reggie Rembert, wide receiver Associated Press Chris Haering, linebacker Associated Press Major Harris, quarterback Associated Press John Stroia, offensive guard Associated Press Paul Woodside, place-kicker Associated Press Mark Raugh, tight end Associated Press Darryl Talley, linebacker Associated Press

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2011 Don Barclay, offensive line Phil Steele Bruce Irvin, defensive line Phil Steele Chris Neild, defensive line Phil Steele

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natIonal football foundatIon ScHolar-atHlete
2009 2006 2004 1998 1983 1981 Reed Williams, linebacker Jay Henry, linebacker Jeff Berk, offensive tackle Eric de Groh, center Jeff Hostetler, quarterback Oliver Luck, quarterback

cfa ScHolar-atHlete team
1994 1993 1992 1991 Matt Taffoni, linebacker David Mayfield, safety Matt Taffoni, linebacker Mike Compton, center Alex Shook, tight end

1982 1981

cfa good workS team
2008 1995 1994 1993 Tito Gonzales, wide receiver Eric de Groh, center David Mayfield, defensive back Mike Booth, defensive end

154

$ selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA)

TOP PERFORMANCES
TOP PLAyS
toucHdown run
Pat Randolph vs. Northern Illinois/1986 ................ 96 Noel Devine vs. Syracuse/2008 ............................ 92 Robert Walker vs. Syracuse/1993......................... 90 Eddie Dugan vs. Waynesburg/1952...................... 90 Lynn Osborne vs. Pittsburgh Athletic Club/1896 ... 90 Noel Devine vs. Pitt/2009 ..................................... 88 Arthur Owens vs. Virginia Tech/1974 .................... 85 Robert Moss vs. Marquette/1955 ......................... 84 Kerry Marbury vs. Temple/1971 ............................ 83 San Pinion vs. West Virginia Wesleyan/1938 ......... 83 Harry Marker vs. Georgetown/1932...................... 83 Tavon Austin vs. Rutgers/2011 ............................. 80 Danny Buggs vs. Syracuse/1972 .......................... 80 Edward Williams vs. Pitt/1969 .............................. 80 Larry Tracewell vs. The Citadel/1962 .................... 80 Gary Mullen from Oliver Luck vs. Temple/1981 ........59 Brad Starks from Jarrett Brown vs. Auburn/2009 ....58 Darius Reynaud from Pat White vs. Western Michigan/2007 ..................................... 58 Jay Kearney from Darren Studstill vs. Rutgers/1993 ....58

IntercePtIon return
Tom Pridemore vs. Penn State/1977 .................. 100 Marcus Mauney vs. Virginia Tech/1974 ................. 99 Harry Marker vs. West Virginia Wesleyan/1932 ..... 98 Vann Washington vs. Louisiana Tech/1994 ........... 97 Tom Pridemore vs. Temple/1975 .......................... 87 Jim Moss vs. Syracuse/1961 ................................ 87 Bo Orlando vs. East Carolina/1987 ....................... 84 Barrett Green vs. Rutgers/1997 * .......................... 83 David Mayfield vs. Rutgers/1993 .......................... 82 Russ Meredith vs. Gonzaga/1922......................... 80
* - non-touchdown

fIeld goal
Paul Woodside vs. Louisville/1984 ........................ 55 Brad Cooper vs. UCF/2004 .................................. 54 Paul Woodside vs. Syracuse/1984 ....................... 53 Pat McAfee vs. Cincinnati/2008 ............................ 52 Pat McAfee vs. Villanova/2008 ............................. 52 Jay Taylor vs. Pitt/1997......................................... 52 Pat McAfee vs. Pitt/2006 ...................................... 51 Jon Ohliger vs. Syracuse/2000 ............................. 50 Paul Woodside vs. Pacific/1983............................ 50 Ed Kenna vs. Grove City/1901.............................. 50 Pat McAfee vs. Syracuse/2007............................. 49 Brad Carroll vs. Louisville/1989 ............................. 49 Charlie Baumann vs. East Carolina/1988 .............. 49 Paul Woodside vs. Florida/1981 ........................... 49 Bill McKenzie vs. Maryland/1977 .......................... 49 Ken Juskowich vs. Kentucky/1968 ....................... 49

Punt return

toP PerformanceS

non-toucHdown run
Noel Devine vs. Louisville/2008............................. 79 Noel Devine vs. Maryland/2007 ............................ 76 Jim Moss vs. William & Mary/1962 ....................... 76 Major Harris vs. Boston College/1989................... 75 Arthur Owens vs. Kentucky/1974 ......................... 74 Joe Wilkerson vs. West Virginia Wesleyan/1912 .... 74 Ted Anderson vs. Virginia Military/1953 ................. 71 Noel Devine vs. Florida State/2010 ....................... 70 Mike Sherwood vs. Pitt/1969................................ 70 Garrett Ford Sr. vs. William & Mary/1965 .............. 67 Darius Reynaud vs. East Carolina/2007 ................ 64 Noel Whipkey vs. William & Mary/1956 ................. 64 Bobby Moss vs. Syracuse/1955 ........................... 64 Steve Slaton vs. Cincinnati/2006 .......................... 63 Khari Mott vs. Pitt/1996 ........................................ 63 Glenn Holton vs. George Washington/1961 .......... 63

Victor Rabbits vs. Virginia Military/1955 ................ 99 Danny Buggs vs. Tulane/1972 .............................. 95 Fulton Walker vs. Boston College/1977 ................ 88 John Mallory vs. The Citadel/1966 ........................ 88 John Mallory vs. George Washington/1965........... 86 Fulton Walker vs. Virginia Tech/1979..................... 85 John Mallory vs. William & Mary/1967................... 85 Nick Nardacci vs. Allegheny/1923 ........................ 85 Willie Drewrey vs. Florida State/1982 .................... 82

Punt
Todd Sauerbrun vs. Nebraska/1994 ..................... 90 Mark Fazzolari vs. Virginia Tech/1999 ................... 78 Ralph Anastasio vs. Virginia/1957 ......................... 78 Mark Fazzolari vs. Idaho/2000 .............................. 76 Brian West vs. Syracuse/1996 .............................. 76 Pat McAfee vs. Rutgers/2006 ............................... 75 Morris Drobeck vs. Washington & Jefferson/1932... 75 Phil Brady vs. Virginia Tech/2004 .......................... 73 Greg Hertzog vs. Kent/1990 ................................. 73 Jack Gocke vs. Temple/1935 ............................... 72 Gregg Pugnetti vs. Coastal Carolina/2010 ............ 71 Pat McAfee vs. Cincinnati/2007 ............................ 71

kIckoff return
Tavon Austin vs. Marshall/2011 .......................... 100 Shawn Terry vs. Maryland/2001 .......................... 100 Shawn Terry vs. Syracuse/2000.......................... 100 Nate Terry vs. Temple/1997 ................................ 100 Nate Terry vs. East Carolina/1997 ....................... 100 Kerry Marbury vs. Penn State/1972 .................... 100 Shawn Terry vs. Mississippi/2000 ......................... 99 Tavon Austin vs. Connecticut/2009....................... 98 Darius Reynaud vs. Maryland/2006 ...................... 96 Arthur Owens vs. Penn State/1973....................... 95 Eugene Napoleon vs. Maryland/1987 ................... 94 Willie Drewrey vs. Syracuse/1984 ......................... 93

toucHdown recePtIon
Danny Buggs from Ben Williams vs. Penn State/1973 ...96 Travis Garvin from Rasheed Marshall vs. Virginia Tech/2003.............................................. 93 Thomas Yeater from Jerry Yost vs. Oregon State/1962 ..92 Chris Potts from Bernie Galiffa vs. Duke/1971 ...... 89 Stedman Bailey from Geno Smith vs. Connecticut/2011.. 84 Chris Henry from Rasheed Marshall vs. Rutgers/2003 ..83 Jay Kearney from Jake Kelchner vs. Missouri/1993 .83 Harry Sweeney from Fred Wyant vs. Fordham/1954 ..83 Harry Blake from Bernie Galiffa vs. Temple/1971... 82 Rahsaan Vanterpool from Chad Johnston vs. Pitt/1994 ... 81 Cedric Thomas from Dan Kendra vs. Richmond/1977 .... 80 Terry Fairbanks from Richard Longfellow vs. Boston/1958 ................................................ 80 Tito Gonzales from Pat White vs. Oklahoma/2008 ....79

dAnny

buggS

non-toucHdown recePtIon
Kay-Jay Harris from Rasheed Marshall vs. Miami/2003.84 Tavon Austin from Geno Smith vs. LSU/2011 ....... 72 Chris Henry from Rasheed Marshall vs. Rutgers/2004 ...69 James Jett from Greg Jones vs. Boston College/1990 .68 Shawn Foreman from Marc Bulger vs. Rutgers/1996 ...65 Eddie Silverio from Mike Sherwood vs. Pitt/1968 .. 65 Khori Ivy from Brad Lewis vs. Boston College/2000 .64 Bob Dunlevy from Allen McCune vs. Syracuse/1965 ...60 Chris Henry from Rasheed Marshall vs. Rutgers/2003 ..59

155

TOP GAMES
total offenSe
PlayS/yardS total offenSe
Geno Smith vs. LSU/2011 ............................. 67/468 Geno Smith vs. Clemson/2012 ...................... 48/433 Geno Smith vs. Connecticut/2011 ................. 49/431 Pat White vs. Pitt/2006 .................................. 38/424 Marc Bulger vs. Missouri/1998 ...................... 52/424 Jarrett Brown vs. East Carolina/2009............. 34/407 Mike Sherwood vs. Pitt/1968......................... 47/407 Geno Smith vs. Louisville/2011 ...................... 49/402 Geno Smith vs. Rutgers/2010 ....................... 39/396 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1998 .............................. 38/394 Pat White vs. North Carolina/2008 ................. 47/387 Geno Smith vs. Maryland/2011 ..................... 52/377 Geno Smith vs. Norfolk State/2011 ............... 37/372 Major Harris vs. Boston College/1988............ 39/372 Chad Johnston vs. Pitt/1994 ......................... 51/370 Oliver Luck vs. Syracuse/1981 ...................... 52/354 Chad Johnston vs. Purdue/1995 ................... 43/352 Marc Bulger vs. Miami/1999 .......................... 49/351 Pat White vs. Louisville/2006 ......................... 43/347

Avon Cobourne vs. Wisconsin (79), Cincinnati (193) and East Carolina (260)/2002 ...............................532 Robert Walker vs. Louisville (161), Pitt (163), Syracuse (198)/1993 ............................................522 Kerry Marbury vs. William & Mary (144), East Carolina (75), Temple (291)/1971................................................521 Avon Cobourne vs. East Carolina (260), Maryland (123) and Rutgers (133)/2002........................................516 Steve Slaton vs. Georgia (2004), Marshall (203) and Eastern Washington (105)/2006 .....................512 Pat White vs. Cincinnati (111), Pitt (220) and South Florida (177)/2005............................................................508 Steve Slaton vs. Marshall (203), Eastern Washington (105) and Maryland (195)/2006......................................503

PaSS attemPtS

attemPtS

Geno Smith vs. LSU/2011 .................................... 65 Gerald Fisher vs. Maryland/1951 .......................... 57 Brad Lewis vs. Maryland/2001 ............................. 52 Chad Johnston vs. Virginia Tech/1996 .................. 51 Marc Bulger vs. Missouri/1998 ............................. 50 Geno Smith vs. Maryland/2011 ............................ 49 Marc Bulger vs. Miami/1999 ................................. 48 Oliver Luck vs. Syracuse/1981 ............................. 48 Geno Smith vs. Connecticut/2011 ........................ 45 Geno Smith vs. Rutgers/2010 .............................. 45 Geno Smith vs. Louisville/2011 ............................. 44 Geno Smith vs. Clemson/2012 ............................. 43 Geno Smith vs. Cincinnati/2011 ........................... 43 Marc Bulger vs. Virginia Tech/1998 ....................... 43 Marc Bulger vs. Miami/1998 ................................. 43 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1997 ..................................... 43 Mike Sherwood vs. Virginia Tech/1968 ................. 43

PaSSIng toucHdownS
ruSHIng attemPtS
George Allen vs. Georgetown/1933 ...................... 45 George Allen vs. West Virginia Wesleyan/1933 ..... 42 Amos Zereoue vs. Pitt/1997 ................................. 41 Quincy Wilson vs. Rutgers/2003 ........................... 40 Amos Zereoue vs. Rutgers/1998 .......................... 35 Avon Cobourne vs. Kent State/2001 .................... 35 Avon Cobourne vs. Ohio/2001 ............................. 35 Undra Johnson vs. Temple/1985 .......................... 35 Edward Williams vs. South Carolina/1969 ............. 35 Quincy Wilson vs. Pitt/2003 .................................. 34 Geno Smith vs. Clemson/2012 ............................... 6 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1998 ....................................... 6 Pat White vs. Villanova/2008 .................................. 5 Brad Lewis vs. Mississippi/2000 ............................. 5 Allen McCune vs. Pitt/1965 .................................... 5 Geno Smith vs. Connecticut/2011 .......................... 4 Geno Smith vs. Norfolk State/2011 ........................ 4 Geno Smith vs. Maryland/2010 .............................. 4 Geno Smith vs. Cincinnati/2010 ............................. 4 Jarrett Brown vs. East Carolina/2009...................... 4 Rasheed Marshall vs. UCF/2004 ............................ 4 Rasheed Marshall vs. East Carolina/2003 ............... 4 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1999 ....................................... 4 Marc Bulger vs. Missouri/1998 ............................... 4 Chad Johnston vs. Rutgers/1995 ........................... 4 Chad Johnston vs. Pitt/1994 .................................. 4 Major Harris vs. Pitt/1989 ....................................... 4 Jeff Hostetler vs. Oklahoma/1982 ........................... 4 Oliver Luck vs. Temple/1980 ................................... 4
34 players with 3 - the latest is Geno Smith vs. Louisville/2011

toP PerformanceS

ruSHIng yardS

carrIeS/yardS

Kay-Jay Harris vs. East Carolina/2004 ........... 25/337 Dustin Garrison vs. Bowling Green/2011 ....... 32/291 Kerry Marbury vs. Temple/1971 ..................... 22/291 Avon Cobourne vs. East Carolina/2002 ......... 30/260 Pat White vs. Syracuse/2006......................... 15/247 Amos Zereoue vs. Notre Dame/1997............. 32/234 Amos Zereoue vs. Rutgers/1998 ................... 35/228 Noel Devine vs. Colorado/2009 ..................... 22/220 Pat White vs. Pitt/2005 .................................. 23/220 Pat White vs. Pitt/2006 .................................. 22/220 Steve Slaton vs. Pitt/2006 ............................. 23/215 Andrew Wood vs. Boston College/1971 ........ 24/214

PaSSIng yardS
Geno Smith vs. LSU/2011 .................................. 463 Geno Smith vs. Connecticut/2011 ...................... 450 Marc Bulger vs. Missouri/1998 ........................... 429 Mike Sherwood vs. Pitt/1968.............................. 416 Geno Smith vs. Louisville/2011 ........................... 410 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1998 ................................... 409 Geno Smith vs. Clemson/2012 ........................... 407 Chad Johnston vs. Pitt/1994 .............................. 396 Chad Johnston vs. Purdue/1995 ........................ 390 Geno Smith vs. Maryland/2011 .......................... 388 Marc Bulger vs. Miami/1998 ............................... 380 Geno Smith vs. Cincinnati/2011 ......................... 372 Geno Smith vs. Norfolk State/2011 .................... 371 Oliver Luck vs. Syracuse/1981 ........................... 360 Marc Bulger vs. Navy/1998 ................................ 354 Chad Johnston vs. Boston College/1996 ........... 354 Marc Bulger vs. Georgia Tech/1997 .................... 353 Geno Smith vs. Rutgers/2010 ............................ 352

ruSHIng yardS - two conSecutIve gameS
Avon Cobourne vs. Cincinnati (193), East Carolina (260)/2002 .......453 Amos Zereoue vs. Syracuse (189), Rutgers (228)/1998 ................417 Steve Slaton vs. Georgia (204), Marshall (203)/2006 .................407 Pat White vs. Pitt (220), USF (129)/2005 ...............................397 Noel Devine vs. Syracuse (188), Auburn (207)/2008 .................395 Amos Zereoue vs. Notre Dame (234), Pitt (151)/1997 ...................385 Avon Cobourne vs. East Carolina (260) and Maryland (123)/2002 ..383 Amos Zereoue vs. Marshall (174), East Carolina (199)/1997 .........373 Dustin Garrison vs. Bowling Green (291), Connecticut (80)/2011 ...371 Amos Zereoue vs. Rutgers (228), Boston College (143)/1998.......371 Kerry Marbury vs. East Carolina (76), Temple (291)/1971 .............367 Robert Walker vs. Pitt (163), Syracuse (198)/1993 .......................361

receIvIng yardage

catcHeS/yardS

Chris Henry vs. Syracuse/2003........................ 6/209 Pat Greene vs. Pitt/1997 ............................... 12/205 Rahsaan Vanterpool vs. Pitt/1994 .................... 9/205 David Saunders vs. Boston College/1996 ........ 8/191 Calvin Phillips vs. Cal State Fullerton/1988....... 5/190 Oscar Patrick vs. Penn State/1968 ................ 10/190 Shawn Foreman vs. Missouri/1998 ................ 11/189 Tavon Austin vs. LSU/2011............................ 11/187 Zach Abraham vs. Pitt/1994 ............................ 6/180 Antonio Brown vs. East Carolina/2000............. 6/179 David Saunders vs. Rutgers/1996 ................. 11/178

PaSS comPletIonS
Geno Smith vs. LSU/2011 .................................... 38 Geno Smith vs. Maryland/2011 ............................ 36 Marc Bulger vs. Missouri/1998 ............................. 34 Oliver Luck vs. Syracuse/1981 ............................. 34 Geno Smith vs. Clemson/2012 ............................. 32 Geno Smith vs. Marshall/2010 .............................. 32 Marc Bulger vs. Miami/1999 ................................. 32 Marc Bulger vs. Miami/1998 ................................. 32 Geno Smith vs. Louisville/2011 ............................. 31 Brad Lewis vs. Maryland/2001 ............................. 31 Geno Smith vs. Cincinnati/2011 ........................... 29 Dan Kendra vs. Syracuse/1975 ............................ 28 Geno Smith vs. Connecticut/2011 ........................ 27 Mike Sherwood vs. Pitt/1968................................ 27 Geno Smith vs. Marshall/2011 .............................. 26 Pat White vs. North Carolina/2008 ........................ 26 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1998 ..................................... 26 Marc Bulger vs. Virginia Tech/1998 ....................... 26 Marc Bulger vs. Pitt/1997 ..................................... 26

recePtIonS

catcHeS/yardS

ruSHIng yardS - tHree conSecutIve gameS
Avon Cobourne vs. Cincinnati (193), East Carolina (260) and Maryland (123)/2002......................................576 Amos Zereoue vs. Virginia Tech (148), Syracuse (189), Rutgers (228)/1998 ..............................................565 Amos Zereoue vs. Syracuse (189), Rutgers (228), Boston College (143)/1998 ...................................560

Tavon Austin vs. Clemson/2012..................... 12/123 Jock Sanders vs. Auburn/2009 ..................... 12/115 David Saunders vs. Miami/1998 ...................... 12/89 Shawn Foreman vs. Georgia Tech/1997 ........ 12/110 Pat Greene vs. Pitt/1997 ............................... 12/205 Mickey Walczak vs. Syracuse/1981 ................. 12/84 Shawn Foreman vs. Missouri/1998 ................ 11/189 Tavon Austin vs. LSU/2011............................ 11/187 David Saunders vs. Rutgers/1996 ................. 11/178 Tavon Austin vs. Maryland/2011 .................... 11/122 Tavon Austin vs. Pitt/2011 ............................. 10/102 Jock Sanders vs. USF/2010 ............................ 10/31 Noel Devine vs. Marshall/2010......................... 10/62 Antonio Brown vs. Maryland/2001 ................. 10/108 Shawn Foreman vs. Boston College/1997 ..... 10/153 Rahsaan Vanterpool vs. Ball State/1994 ........ 10/115 Mark Raugh vs. Syracuse/1981 ....................... 10/91 Oscar Patrick vs. Penn State/1968 ................ 10/190

156

all-PurPoSe runnIng

yardS

Garrett Ford Sr. vs. Pitt/1965 .............................. 356 Steve Slaton vs. Pitt/2006 .................................. 345 Kay-Jay Harris vs. East Carolina/2004 ................ 337 Kerry Marbury vs. Temple/1971 .......................... 323 Robert Gresham vs. Richmond/1969 ................. 312 Tavon Austin vs. LSU/2011................................. 287 Rahsaan Vanterpool vs. Pitt/1994 ....................... 284 Amos Zereoue vs. Syracuse/1998 ...................... 282 Avon Cobourne vs. East Carolina/2002 .............. 274 Tavon Austin vs. Louisville/2011.......................... 271 Danny Buggs vs. William & Mary/1972 ............... 268 Amos Zereoue vs. Tulsa/1998 ............................ 257
-- includes rushing, receiving, kickoff return and punt return yards

TOP SEASONS
total offenSe PlayS/yardS
Geno Smith/2011 ..................................... 582/4,352 Marc Bulger/1998..................................... 452/3,515 Pat White/2007 ........................................ 413/3,059 Major Harris/1989..................................... 400/2,994 Geno Smith/2010 ..................................... 478/2,980 Pat White/2006 ........................................ 344/2,874 Pat White/2008 ........................................ 465/2,816 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ............................ 411/2,747 Jarrett Brown/2009 .................................. 413/2,610 Major Harris/1988..................................... 320/2,525 Oliver Luck/1981 ...................................... 434/2,497 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ................................... 404/2,416 Marc Bulger/1997..................................... 375/2,372 Bernie Galiffa/1972 ................................... 394/2,345 Rasheed Marshall/2002 ............................ 432/2,282

ruSHIng toucHdownS
Ira Errett Rodgers/1919 ........................................ 19 Steve Slaton/2006 ................................................ 18 Amos Zereoue/1997 ............................................. 18 Steve Slaton/2007 ................................................ 17 Steve Slaton/2005 ................................................ 17 Avon Cobourne/2002 ........................................... 17 Pat White/2006 .................................................... 16 Kerry Marbury/1972 ............................................. 16 Pat White/2007 .................................................... 14 Noel Devine/2009 ................................................. 13 Rasheed Marshall/2002 ........................................ 13 Amos Zereoue/1998 ............................................. 13 Shawne Alston/2011 ............................................ 12 Quincy Wilson/2003 ............................................. 12 Jim Braxton/1969 ................................................. 12

ScorIng (kIckerS only lISted SeParately)
Ira Errett Rodgers vs. Marietta/1919 ..................... 37 Ira Errett Rodgers vs. Ohio Wesleyan/1919........... 37 Steve Slaton vs. Louisville/2005............................ 36 Woody Bruder vs. Bethany/1924 .......................... 35 George Allen vs. Marquette/1934 ......................... 30 Ira Errett Rodgers vs. Gettysburg/1917 ................ 30 Tavon Austin vs. Clemson/2012............................ 24 Steve Slaton vs. Western Michigan/2007.............. 24 Pat White vs. Syracuse and Louisville/2006 .......... 24 Steve Slaton vs. Pitt/2006 .................................... 24 Kay-Jay Harris vs. East Carolina/2004 .................. 24 Kay-Jay Harris vs. Temple/2004 ........................... 24 Quincy Wilson vs. Pitt/2003 .................................. 24 Avon Cobourne vs. Rutgers/2001......................... 24 Ira Errett Rodgers vs. West Virginia Wesleyan/1916 .24 Ira Errett Rodgers vs. Marshall/1915 ..................... 24

receIvIng yardS

catcHeS/yardS

ruSHIng yardS

carrIeS/yardS

kIck ScorIng
Frank Nester vs. Villanova/1972............................ 19 Ken Juskowich vs. Villanova/1967 ........................ 16 Tyler Bitancurt vs. Liberty/2009 ............................. 15 Pat McAfee vs. Rutgers/2006 ............................... 15 Ken Juskowich vs. Pitt/1967 ................................ 15 Jay Taylor vs. Rutgers/1999.................................. 14 Jay Taylor vs. Miami (Ohio)/1999........................... 14 Charlie Baumann vs. Bowling Green/1988............ 14 Paul Woodside vs. Rutgers/1982.......................... 14 Paul Woodside vs. Syracuse/1982 ....................... 14
12 players with 13 - the latest is Tyler Bitancurt vs. Bowling Green/2011

Steve Slaton/2006 .................................... 248/1,744 Avon Cobourne/2002 ............................... 335/1,710 Amos Zereoue/1997 ................................. 281/1,589 Noel Devine/2009 ..................................... 241/1,465 Amos Zereoue/1998 ................................. 283/1,462 Quincy Wilson/2003 ................................. 282/1,380 Pat White/2007 ........................................ 197/1,335 Avon Cobourne/2001 ............................... 267/1,298 Robert Walker/1993 ................................. 214/1,250 Robert Gresham/1969 .............................. 206/1,155 Adrian Murrell/1992 .................................. 222/1,145 Avon Cobourne/1999 ............................... 224/1,138

Stedman Bailey/2011 ................................. 72/1,279 Tavon Austin/2011 .................................... 101/1,186 David Saunders/1996 ................................. 76/1,043 Chris Henry/2003 ....................................... 41/1,006 Shawn Foreman/1998 ................................... 63/948 Shawn Foreman/1997 ................................... 77/928 David Saunders/1998 .................................... 77/883 Antonio Brown/2000 ..................................... 51/877 Chris Henry/2004 .......................................... 52/872 Reggie Rembert/1989 ................................... 47/850 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1994 ............................. 50/849 Khori Ivy/2000 ............................................... 47/806

toP PerformanceS

tIgHt end receIvIng yardS

catcHeS/yardS

Quarterback ruSHIng

carrIeS/yardS

moSt PuntS
Chuck Brooks vs. Penn State/1973 ...................... 12 Thad Kucherawy vs. Kentucky/1969 .................... 12 Brian West vs. Syracuse/1995 .............................. 11 Mark Fazzolari vs. Virginia Tech/2001 ................... 10 Todd Sauerbrun vs. Pitt/1994 ............................... 10 Steve Superick vs. Boston College/1985 .............. 10 Steve Superick vs. Temple/1982........................... 10 Curt Carion vs. Penn State/1980 .......................... 10 Thad Kucherawy vs. Virginia Military/1967 ............ 10
28 players with 9 - the latest is Scott Kozlowski vs. Rutgers/2009

Pat White/2007 ........................................ 197/1,335 Pat White/2006 ........................................ 165/1,219 Pat White/2008 ........................................... 191/974 Pat White/2005 ........................................... 131/952 Major Harris/1989........................................ 155/936 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ............................... 169/861 Rasheed Marshall/2002 ............................... 173/666 Major Harris/1987........................................ 143/615 Major Harris/1988........................................ 134/610 Jarrett Brown/2009 ..................................... 117/466 Oliver Luck/1979 ......................................... 204/407 Jarrett Brown/2007 ....................................... 49/327 Darren Studstill/1991 ..................................... 88/307 Rasheed Marshall/2003 ............................... 101/303

Lovett Purnell/1995 ....................................... 37/614 Mark Raugh/1981 ......................................... 64/601 Nate Stephens/1972 ..................................... 36/577 Lovett Purnell/1994 ....................................... 41/547 Anthony Becht/1999 ..................................... 35/510 Dave Jagdmann/1973 ................................... 30/424 Mark Raugh/1982 ......................................... 32/423 Anthony Becht/1998 ..................................... 29/393 Nate Stephens/1971 ..................................... 24/393 Rich Duggan/1978 ........................................ 23/372

runnIng back receIvIng yardS

catcHeS/yardS

fullback ruSHIng

carrIeS/yardS

HIgHeSt Punt average (mIn. 3 att.)
Todd Sauerbrun vs. Nebraska/1994 .................. 60.1 Pat McAfee vs. Oklahoma/2008 ........................ 58.5 Corey Smith vs. Pitt/2011 .................................. 57.2 Ralph Anastasio vs. Virginia/1957 ...................... 57.0 Greg Hertzog vs. Kent/1990 .............................. 53.7 Greg Hertzog vs. Virginia Tech/1990 .................. 53.0 Pat McAfee vs. Connecticut/2007 ..................... 52.7 Pat McAfee vs. Rutgers/2006 ............................ 52.7 Todd Sauerbrun vs. Eastern Michigan/1993 ...... 52.2 Steve Superick vs. East Carolina/1982 .............. 51.5 Todd Sauerbrun vs. Virginia Tech/1992 .............. 49.6 Greg Hertzog vs. Maryland/1989 ....................... 49.6 Curt Carion vs. Pitt/1980 ................................... 49.6

Jim Braxton/1969 ........................................ 199/843 Walter Easley/1980 ...................................... 189/833 Dick Leftridge/1965 ..................................... 144/774 Pete Wood/1971 ......................................... 145/724 Pete Wood/1970 ......................................... 131/713 Ron Lee/1975 ............................................. 155/623 Larry Krutko/1956 ....................................... 124/584 Ron Lee/1974 ............................................. 115/543 Dick Leftridge/1964 ..................................... 125/534 Walter Easley/1976 ...................................... 124/493

Jim Braxton/1970 .......................................... 27/565 Steve Slaton/2006 ......................................... 27/360 Steve Slaton/2007 ......................................... 26/350 Mickey Walczak/1981.................................... 49/338 Robert Alexander/1980 ................................. 31/329 Jim Braxton/1969 .......................................... 18/276 Noel Devine/2010 .......................................... 34/258 Adrian Murrell/1992 ....................................... 17/244 Tom Gray/1985 ............................................. 26/233 Dustin Garrison/2011 .................................... 24/201 Noel Devine/2008 .......................................... 35/185 Amos Zereoue/1998 ...................................... 23/184 Kay-Jay Harris/2004 ...................................... 20/181 Garrett Ford Sr./1965 .................................... 16/179 Noel Devine/2009 .......................................... 22/177
Note: Jim Braxton also played tight end in 1970

recePtIonS

catcHeS/yardS

ruSHIng attemPtS
Avon Cobourne/2002 ......................................... 335 Amos Zereoue/1998 ........................................... 283 Quincy Wilson/2003 ........................................... 282 Amos Zereoue/1997 ........................................... 281 Avon Cobourne/2001 ......................................... 267 Steve Slaton/2006 .............................................. 248 Noel Devine/2009 ............................................... 241 Garrett Ford Sr./1966 ......................................... 236 Avon Cobourne/2000 ......................................... 224 Avon Cobourne/1999 ......................................... 224 Amos Zereoue/1996 ........................................... 222 Adrian Murrell/1992 ............................................ 222

Tavon Austin/2011 .................................... 101/1,186 David Saunders/1998 .................................... 77/883 Shawn Foreman/1997 ................................... 77/928 David Saunders/1996 ................................. 76/1,043 Stedman Bailey/2011 ................................. 72/1,279 Jock Sanders/2009 ....................................... 72/688 Jock Sanders/2010 ....................................... 69/728 Darius Reynaud/2007 .................................... 64/733 Mark Raugh/1981 ......................................... 64/601 Shawn Foreman/1998 ................................... 63/948 Tavon Austin/2010 ......................................... 58/787 Jock Sanders/2008 ....................................... 53/462 Khori Ivy/1999 ............................................... 53/666 Chris Henry/2004 .......................................... 52/872

157

Bernie Galiffa/1972 ............................................. 334 Marc Bulger/1997............................................... 323 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ............................................. 309 Jarrett Brown/2009 ............................................ 296 Jeff Hostetler/1982 ............................................. 292 Pat White/2008 .................................................. 274 Mike Sherwood/1968 ......................................... 264 Rasheed Marshall/2002 ...................................... 259 Oliver Luck/1980 ................................................ 254

toucHdown PaSSeS

dARIus reynaud

toP PerformanceS

Antonio Brown/2000 ..................................... 51/877 Rich Hollins/1983 .......................................... 50/781 Oscar Patrick/1968 ....................................... 50/770 Antonio Brown/1999 ..................................... 50/462 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1994 ............................. 50/849

yardS Per recePtIon (mIn. 15 catcHeS)
Rich Hollins/1982 .............................................. 27.1 Jay Kearney/1993 ............................................. 25.9 Calvin Phillips/1988 ........................................... 25.5 Chris Henry/2003 .............................................. 24.5 Danny Buggs/1973 ........................................... 23.1 Danny Buggs/1972 ........................................... 22.6 Reggie Rembert/1988 ....................................... 22.4 Nate Stephens/1970 ......................................... 21.6 James Jett/1990 ............................................... 21.0 Jim Braxton/1970 .............................................. 20.9

Geno Smith/2011 ................................................. 31 Marc Bulger/1998................................................. 31 Geno Smith/2010 ................................................. 24 Pat White/2008 .................................................... 21 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ........................................ 19 Oliver Luck/1980 .................................................. 19 Major Harris/1989................................................. 17 Bernie Galiffa/1972 ............................................... 17 Chad Johnston/1994............................................ 16 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ............................................... 16 Oliver Luck/1981 .................................................. 16 Rasheed Marshall/2003 ........................................ 15 Mike Sherwood/1970 ........................................... 15 Allen McCune/1965 .............................................. 15

PaSSIng effIcIency (mIn. 50 att.)
Jake Kelchner/1993 ...................................... 164.01 Pat White/2006 ............................................. 159.73 Major Harris/1988.......................................... 159.17 Marc Bulger/1998.......................................... 157.35 Geno Smith/2011 .......................................... 152.59 Pat White/2007 ............................................. 151.40 Darren Studstill/1993 ..................................... 149.69 Mike Sherwood/1970 .................................... 145.43 Adam Bednarik/2005 .................................... 145.20 Geno Smith/2010 .......................................... 144.70 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ................................. 143.44 Major Harris/1989.......................................... 142.44 Pat White/2008 ............................................. 142.35 Allen McCune/1964 ....................................... 138.70

tIgHt end recePtIonS

catcHeS/yardS

Mark Raugh/1982 ......................................... 64/601 Lovett Purnell/1994 ....................................... 41/547 Lovett Purnell/1995 ....................................... 37/614 Nate Stephens/1972 ..................................... 36/577 Anthony Becht/1999 ..................................... 35/510 Mark Raugh/1983 ......................................... 32/423 Dave Jagdmann/1973 ................................... 30/424 Anthony Becht/1998 ..................................... 29/393 Randy Swinson/1977 .................................... 25/357 Nate Stephens/1971 ..................................... 24/393

PaSSIng yardS

comP/att/yardS

runnIng back recePtIonS

catcHeS/yardS

Mickey Walczak/1981.................................... 49/338 Noel Devine/2008 .......................................... 35/185 Noel Devine/2010 .......................................... 34/258 Robert Alexander/1980 ................................. 31/329 Steve Slaton/2006 ......................................... 27/360 Jim Braxton/1970 .......................................... 27/565 Steve Slaton/2007 ......................................... 26/350 Tom Gray/1985 ............................................. 26/233 Dustin Garrison/2011 .................................... 24/201 Avon Cobourne/2001 .................................... 23/124 Amos Zereoue/1998 ...................................... 23/184 Noel Devine/2009 .......................................... 22/177 Kay-Jay Harris/2004 ...................................... 20/181 David Riley/1977 ........................................... 20/143 Pete Wood/1970 ........................................... 20/135

Geno Smith/2011 ..............................346/526/4,385 Marc Bulger/1998..............................274/419/3,607 Geno Smith/2010 ..............................241/372/2,763 Bernie Galiffa/1972 ............................164/334/2,496 Marc Bulger/1997..............................192/323/2,465 Oliver Luck/1981 ...............................216/394/2,448 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ............................173/309/2,345 Jarrett Brown/2009 ...........................187/296/2,144 Major Harris/1989..............................142/245/2,058 Chad Johnston/1995.........................127/248/2,019 Mike Sherwood/1968 ........................151/264/1,998 Chad Johnston/1996.........................167/334/1,958 Jeff Hostetler/1982 ............................137/292/1,916

all-PurPoSe runnIng

ruSH/rec/Pr/kr

yardS

PaSS comPletIonS
Geno Smith/2011 ............................................... 346 Marc Bulger/1998............................................... 274 Geno Smith/2010 ............................................... 241 Oliver Luck/1981 ................................................ 216 Marc Bulger/1997............................................... 192 Jarrett Brown/2009 ............................................ 187 Pat White/2008 .................................................. 180 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ............................................. 173 Chad Johnston/1996.......................................... 167 Bernie Galiffa/1972 ............................................. 164 Mike Sherwood/1968 ......................................... 151 Marc Bulger/1999............................................... 145 Pat White/2007 .................................................. 144 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ...................................... 144 Major Harris/1989............................................... 142

Tavon Austin/2011 ................182/1,186/268/938 .......... 2,574 Steve Slaton/2006 ................1,744/306/0/0 .................. 2,104 Avon Cobourne/2002 ...........1,710/146/0/0 .................. 1,856 Amos Zereoue/1998 .............1,462/184/0/168 .............. 1,814 Noel Devine/2009 .................1,465/177/0/100 .............. 1,742 Amos Zereoue/1997 .............1,589/131/0/0 .................. 1,720 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1994 ....31/849/237/496 ............... 1,613 Willie Drewrey/1984 ..............0/594/385/563 ................. 1,542 Noel Devine/2008 .................1,289/185/0/63 ................ 1,537 Robert Gresham/1969 ..........1,155/147/15/188 ............ 1,505 Quincy Wilson/2003 .............1,380/95/0/0 .................... 1,475 Kerry Marbury/1972 .............775/127/0/554 ................. 1,456 Steve Slaton/2007 ................1,051/350/0/47 ................ 1,448 Arthur Owens/1974 ..............1,130/17/0/301 ................ 1,448

toucHdown recePtIonS
Stedman Bailey/2011 ........................................... 12 Darius Reynaud/2007 ........................................... 12 Chris Henry/2004 ................................................. 12 Reggie Rembert/1989 .......................................... 11 Chris Henry/2003 ................................................. 10 Cedric Thomas/1980 ............................................ 10 Tavon Austin/2011 .................................................. 8 Tavon Austin/2010 .................................................. 8 Brandon Myles/2006 .............................................. 8 Shawn Foreman/1998 ............................................ 8 David Saunders/1998 ............................................. 8 Cedric Thomas/1977 .............................................. 8 Danny Buggs/1972 ................................................ 8 Jim Braxton/1970 ................................................... 8

moSt PuntS
Steve Superick/1985 ............................................ 76 Todd James/2003 ................................................ 74 Todd Sauerbrun/1994 .......................................... 74 Brian West/1996 .................................................. 72 Steve Superick/1984 ............................................ 70 Gregg Pugnetti/2010 ............................................ 67 Thad Kucherawy/1969 ......................................... 67 Thad Kucherawy/1968 ......................................... 65 Scott Kozlowski/2009........................................... 64 Curt Carion/1978.................................................. 64 Jeff Fette/1976 ..................................................... 64 Chuck Brooks/1973 ............................................. 64

PaSS attemPtS
Geno Smith/2011 ............................................... 526 Marc Bulger/1998............................................... 419 Oliver Luck/1981 ................................................ 394 Geno Smith/2010 ............................................... 372 Chad Johnston/1996.......................................... 334

158

HIgHeSt Punt average (mIn. 30 PuntS)
Todd Sauerbrun/1994 ....................................... 48.6 Pat McAfee/2008 .............................................. 44.7 Todd Sauerbrun/1993 ....................................... 44.6 Scott Kozlowski/2009........................................ 44.4 Todd Sauerbrun/1992 ....................................... 44.3 Greg Hertzog/1990 ........................................... 43.5 Greg Hertzog/1989 ........................................... 43.0 Pat McAfee/2007 .............................................. 42.7 Curt Carion/1980............................................... 42.1 Steve Superick/1984 ......................................... 42.1 Steve Superick/1982 ......................................... 42.1 Gregg Pugnetti/2010 ......................................... 41.8 Lance Carion/1988 ............................................ 41.7 Mark Fazzolari/1999 .......................................... 41.5

ScorIng (kIckerS lISted SeParately)
Ira Errett Rodgers/1919 ...................................... 147 Steve Slaton/2005 .............................................. 114 Jim Braxton/1969 ............................................... 113 Steve Slaton/2007 .............................................. 108 Steve Slaton/2006 .............................................. 108 Pat White/2006 .................................................. 108 Amos Zereoue/1997 ........................................... 108 Kerry Marbury/1972 ........................................... 108 Avon Cobourne/2002 ......................................... 102 Noel Devine/2009 ................................................. 84 Pat White/2007 .................................................... 84 Amos Zereoue/1998 ............................................. 84 Danny Buggs/1972 .............................................. 84

fIeld goalS made
Paul Woodside/1982 ............................................ 28 Paul Woodside/1983 ............................................ 21 Charlie Baumann/1988 ......................................... 20 Pat McAfee/2008 ................................................. 17 Pat McAfee/2006 ................................................. 17 Tyler Bitancurt/2011 ............................................. 16 Jay Taylor/1997 .................................................... 15 Jay Taylor/1996 .................................................... 15 Mike Vanderjagt/1992........................................... 15 Paul Woodside/1984 ............................................ 15 Tyler Bitancurt/2009 ............................................. 13 Pat McAfee/2007 ................................................. 13 Brenden Rauh/2001 ............................................. 13 Jay Taylor/1999 .................................................... 13 Bryan Baumann/1994 .......................................... 13 Charlie Baumann/1987 ......................................... 13

kIck ScorIng

Punt return yardage

returnS/yardS

Vaughn Rivers/2007 ........................................41/479 John Mallory/1967 ...........................................36/453 Willie Drewrey/1984 .........................................34/385 Nate Terry/1997...............................................33/355 Mike Baker/1993 .............................................44/334 Fulton Walker/1980 .........................................21/307 Adam Jones/2004 ...........................................21/306 Willie Drewrey/1982 .........................................25/300 Mike Logan/1996 ............................................23/282 Tavon Austin/2011 ...........................................19/268 Leon Jenkins/1970 ..........................................35/267 Ron Pobolish/1969 ..........................................29/254

Charlie Baumann/1988 ....................................... 119 Paul Woodside/1982 .......................................... 116 Pat McAfee/2006 ............................................... 113 Tyler Bitancurt/2011 ........................................... 109 Pat McAfee/2007 ............................................... 103 Paul Woodside/1983 .......................................... 100 Jay Taylor/1997 .................................................... 88 Pat McAfee/2008 ................................................. 87 Pat McAfee/2005 ................................................. 81 Frank Nester/1972 ............................................... 81 Tyler Bitancurt/2009 ............................................. 80 Brad Cooper/2003 ............................................... 79 Todd James/2002 ................................................ 79 Charlie Baumann/1987 ......................................... 78

fIeld goalS attemPted
Paul Woodside/1982 ............................................ 31 Charlie Baumann/1988 ......................................... 27 Paul Woodside/1983 ............................................ 25 Jay Taylor/1996 .................................................... 24 Ken Juskowich/1967 ............................................ 23 Tyler Bitancurt/2011 ............................................. 22 Pat McAfee/2006 ................................................. 22 Paul Woodside/1984 ............................................ 21 Pat McAfee/2008 ................................................. 20 Mike Vanderjagt/1992........................................... 20 Ken Juskowich/1968 ............................................ 20 Pat McAfee/2007 ................................................. 19 Bryan Baumann/1994 .......................................... 19

toP PerformanceS

Punt return average (mIn. 11 att.)
Lance Frazier/2003............................................ 20.8 John Mallory/1965 ............................................. 20.1 Antonio Lewis/2005........................................... 19.6 Jack Stone/1953 ............................................... 17.9 Jack Stone/1952 ............................................... 17.6 Fred Colvard/1961............................................. 16.3 Richie Martha/1965 ........................................... 16.1 John Mallory/1966 ............................................. 14.9 Victor Rabbits/1956........................................... 14.8 Adam Jones/2004 ............................................. 14.6 Fulton Walker/1980 ........................................... 14.6

toucHdownS reSPonSIble for
Geno Smith/2011 ................................................. 33 Pat White/2006 .................................................... 31 Marc Bulger/1998................................................. 31 Ira Errett Rodgers/1919 ........................................ 30 Pat White/2008 .................................................... 29 Pat White/2007 .................................................... 28 Geno Smith/2010 ................................................. 24 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ........................................ 23 Major Harris/1989................................................. 23 Oliver Luck/1980 .................................................. 22 Major Harris/1988................................................. 20 Mike Sherwood/1970 ........................................... 20 Steve Slaton/2005 ................................................ 19 Rasheed Marshall/2003 ........................................ 19 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ............................................... 19 Oliver Luck/1981 .................................................. 19 Bernie Galiffa/1972 ............................................... 19

extra PoIntS made
Pat McAfee/2007 ................................................. 64 Pat McAfee/2006 ................................................. 62 Tyler Bitancurt/2011 ............................................. 61 Charlie Baumann/1988 ......................................... 59 Pat McAfee/2005 ................................................. 48 Frank Nester/1972 ............................................... 48 Brad Cooper/2003 ............................................... 46 Todd James/2002 ................................................ 46 Brad Cooper/2004 ............................................... 43 Jay Taylor/1998 .................................................... 43 Jay Taylor/1997 .................................................... 43 Tyler Bitancurt/2010 ............................................. 41 Tyler Bitancurt/2009 ............................................. 41 Brad Carroll/1989 ................................................. 39 Charlie Baumann/1987 ......................................... 39

kIckoff return yardage

returnS/yardS

Tavon Austin/2011 ...........................................36/938 Adam Jones/2003 ...........................................33/867 Shawn Terry/2000 ...........................................29/836 Darius Reynaud/2006 ......................................30/813 Nate Terry/1997...............................................32/813 Darren Fulton/1986..........................................39/739 Shawn Terry/2001 ...........................................28/726 Mark Rodgers/2009 ........................................27/619 Adam Jones/2004 ...........................................26/608 Willie Drewrey/1984 .........................................21/563 Kerry Marbury/1972 ........................................20/554 Noel Devine/2007 ............................................22/511 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1994 ...............................24/496

pAt m afee
c

kIckoff return average (mIn. 11 att.)
Shawn Terry/2000 ............................................. 28.8 Mike Logan/1993 .............................................. 28.2 Daymeian Gallimore/1992.................................. 28.1 Alvin Swoope/1996 ........................................... 27.9 Kerry Marbury/1972 .......................................... 27.7 Garrett Ford Sr./1965 ........................................ 27.2 Darius Reynaud/2006 ........................................ 27.1 Willie Drewrey/1984 ........................................... 26.8 Arthur Owens/1972 ........................................... 26.8 Adam Jones/2003 ............................................. 26.3

159

pAt wHIte

toP PerformanceS

extra PoIntS attemPted
Pat McAfee/2007 ................................................. 65 Tyler Bitancurt/2011 ............................................. 63 Pat McAfee/2006 ................................................. 62 Charlie Baumann/1988 ......................................... 61 Frank Nester/1972 ............................................... 51 Todd James/2002 ................................................ 50 Pat McAfee/2005 ................................................. 49 Brad Cooper/2003 ............................................... 48 Jay Taylor/1998 .................................................... 46 Brad Cooper/2004 ............................................... 44 Jay Taylor/1997 .................................................... 43 Tyler Bitancurt/2009 ............................................. 42 Tyler Bitancurt/2010 ............................................. 41 Brad Carroll/1989 ................................................. 41

ruSHIng yardS

carrIeS/yardS

Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 ................... 1,050/5,164 Pat White/2005-08 ................................... 684/4,480 Noel Devine/2007-10 ............................... 728/4,315 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ........................... 786/4,086 Steve Slaton/2005-06 .............................. 664/3,923 Arthur Owens/1972-75 ............................. 416/2,648 Robert Walker/1992-95 ............................ 529/2,620 Quincy Wilson/1999-2003 ........................ 474/2,608 Robert Alexander/1977-80 ....................... 491/2,456 Undra Johnson/1985-88 .......................... 442/2,211 Robert Gresham/1968-70 ........................ 417/2,181

Larry Krutko/1955-57 ............................... 297/1,407 Ron Wolfley/1981-84 ................................ 340/1,296 Dane Conwell/1978-81............................. 272/1,089 Owen Schmitt/2005-07 ............................ 160/1,003 Rico Tyler/1987-90 ...................................... 206/938 Tommy Allman/1951-53 .............................. 167/895

ruSHIng attemPtS
Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 ............................. 1,050 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ..................................... 786 Noel Devine/2007-10 ......................................... 728 Pat White/2005-08 ............................................. 684 Steve Slaton/2005-06 ........................................ 664 Robert Walker/1992-95 ...................................... 529 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ................................ 491 Robert Alexander/1977-80 ................................. 491 Quincy Wilson/1999-2003 .................................. 474 Garrett Ford Sr./1965-67 .................................... 453 Undra Johnson/1985-88 .................................... 442 Major Harris/1987-89 ......................................... 432

Quarterback ruSHIng yardS

carrIeS/yardS

TOP CAREERS
total offenSe PlayS/yardS
Pat White/2005-08 ................................1,467/10,529 Marc Bulger/1996-98 ..............................1,100/7,827 Geno Smith/2009-11...............................1,126/7,648 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 .....................1,286/7,598 Major Harris/1987-89 ..............................1,018/7,334 Oliver Luck/1978-81 ................................1,278/6,282 Chad Johnston/1993-96 .........................1,041/5,664 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 .....................1,050/5,164 Dan Kendra/1974-77..................................868/4,752 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ............................797/4,475 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83................................751/4,393 Noel Devine/2007-10..................................728/4,315

Pat White/2005-08 ................................... 684/4,480 Major Harris/1987-89 ............................... 432/2,161 Rasheed Marshall/2001-02 ...................... 491/2,040 Jarrett Brown/2006-09 ............................. 234/1,138 Fred Wyant/1952-55 ................................... 303/793 Darren Studstill/1990-93.............................. 185/610 Oliver Luck/1978-81 .................................... 367/517 Richard Longfellow/1957-58........................ 149/411 Danny Williams/1958-60................................ 90/316 Jake Kelchner/1992-93 ............................... 129/275 Jerry Yost/1962-63 ...................................... 111/238

ruSHIng toucHdownS
Steve Slaton/2005-07 .......................................... 50 Pat White/2005-08 ............................................... 47 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 .................................. 42 Ira Errett Rodgers/1915-19 ................................... 42 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ....................................... 40 Noel Devine/2007-10 ........................................... 29 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 .................................. 24 Kerry Marbury/1971-72 ........................................ 22 Undra Johnson/1985-88 ...................................... 21 Quincy Wilson/1999-2003 .................................... 20 Fred Wyant/1952-55 ............................................ 20

fullback ruSHIng yardS

carrIeS/yardS

Walter Easley/1976-80 ............................. 430/1,773 Dick Leftridge/1963-65 ............................. 348/1,701 Pete Wood/1969-71 ................................. 335/1,695 Ron Lee/1972-75 ..................................... 346/1,470 Jim Braxton/1968-70 ............................... 333/1,463

160

recePtIonS

yardS/catcHeS

runnIng back receIvIng yardS

yardS/catcHeS

PaSS comPletIonS
Marc Bulger/1996-99 ......................................... 630 Geno Smith/2009-11.......................................... 619 Pat White/2005-08 ............................................. 507 Oliver Luck/1978-81 ........................................... 466 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ................................ 433 Chad Johnston/1993-96 .................................... 428 Dan Kendra/1974-77.......................................... 348 Brad Lewis/1998-2001 ....................................... 329 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 .................................... 329 Major Harris/1987-89 ......................................... 324 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83........................................ 310 Bernie Galiffa/1970-72........................................ 310

Jock Sanders/2007-10 ............................. 1,980/206 David Saunders/1995-98.......................... 2,608/191 Tavon Austin/2009-11 .............................. 2,124/174 Shawn Foreman/1995-98 ......................... 2,347/169 Khori Ivy 1997-2000 ................................. 2,402/160 Antonio Brown/1998-2001 ....................... 1,905/155 Darius Reynaud/2005-07.......................... 1,550/133 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1993-96 ................... 2,022/126 Mark Raugh/1979-82 ............................... 1,328/119 Darrell Miller/1978-82 ............................... 1,799/111 Steve Lewis/1974-78 ............................... 1,718/111 Cedric Thomas/1976-80 .......................... 1,930/110 Rich Hollins/1980-83 ................................ 1,968/104 Marshall Mills/1972-74 ............................. 1,501/104

Jim Braxton/1968-70 .................................... 906/54 Steve Slaton/2005-07 ................................... 805/65 Noel Devine/2007-10 .................................... 710/98 Tom Gray/1982-84 ........................................ 622/73 Robert Alexander/1977-80 ............................ 551/61 Mickey Walczak/1978-82 .............................. 469/69 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 ........................... 459/59 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ................................ 374/55 Adrian Murrell/1991-92 .................................. 344/32 Rodney Woodard/1991-93 ............................ 340/45 Bob Gresham/1968-70 ................................. 340/30 Curlin Beck/1979-82 ..................................... 293/30

toucHdown recePtIonS tIgHt end recePtIonS yardS/catcHeS
Cedric Thomas/1976-80 ...................................... 23 Chris Henry/2003-04 ............................................ 22 Darius Reynaud/2005-07...................................... 19 Khori Ivy/1997-2000 ............................................. 19 David Saunders/1995-98...................................... 18 Reggie Rembert/1988-89 ..................................... 18 Tavon Austin/2009-11 .......................................... 17 Stedman Bailey/2010-11 ...................................... 16 Shawn Foreman/1995-98 ..................................... 16 Rich Hollins/1981-83 ............................................ 16 Jock Sanders/2007-10 ......................................... 14 Danny Buggs/1972-74 ......................................... 15 Brandon Myles/2004-06 ....................................... 13 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1993-96 ............................... 12

toucHdown PaSSeS
Marc Bulger/1996-99 ........................................... 59 Geno Smith/2009-11............................................ 56 Pat White/2005-08 ............................................... 56 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 .................................. 45 Chad Johnston/1993-96 ...................................... 43 Oliver Luck/1978-81 ............................................. 43 Major Harris/1987-89 ........................................... 41 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ...................................... 34 Dan Kendra/1974-77............................................ 31 Brad Lewis/1998-2001 ......................................... 28 Bernie Galiffa/1970-72.......................................... 28 Darren Studstill/1990-93....................................... 27 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83.......................................... 26 Allen McCune/1964-65......................................... 26

Mark Raugh/1979-82 ............................... 1,328/119 Anthony Becht/1996-99 ............................. 1,178/83 Lovett Purnell/1993-95 ............................... 1,173/79 Randy Swinson/1974-77 ............................... 917/63 Nate Stephens/1970-72 ................................ 970/60 Rich Duggan/1982-84 ................................... 668/51 Rob Bennett/1982-84 ................................... 618/43 Dave Jagdmann/1971-73 .............................. 631/41 Keith Winn/1985-88 ...................................... 492/39 Todd Fisher/1983-86 ..................................... 325/33

toP PerformanceS

runnIng back recePtIonS

catcHeS/yardS yardS Per recePtIon (mIn. 50 catcHeS)
Danny Buggs/1972-74 ...................................... 20.9 James Jett/1989-92 .......................................... 20.7 Chris Henry/2003-04 ......................................... 20.2 Reggie Rembert/1988-89 .................................. 19.5 Calvin Phillips/1985-88 ...................................... 19.0 Rich Hollins/1980-83 ......................................... 18.9 Zach Abraham/1993-94 .................................... 18.2 Willie Drewrey/1981-84 ..................................... 17.9 Cedric Thomas/1976-80 ................................... 17.5 Nate Stephens/1970-72 .................................... 17.3

Noel Devine/2007-10 .................................... 98/710 Tom Gray/1982-84 ........................................ 73/622 Mickey Walczak/1978-82 .............................. 69/469 Steve Slaton/2005-07 ................................... 65/805 Robert Alexander/1977-80 ............................ 61/551 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 ........................... 59/459 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ................................ 55/374 Jim Braxton/1968-70 .................................... 54/906 Rodney Woodard/1991-93 ............................ 45/340 Rico Tyler/1987-90 ........................................ 35/238 Adrian Murrell/1991-92 .................................. 32/344

PaSSIng effIcIency (mIn. 100 att.)
Jake Kelchner/1992-93 ................................. 148.42 Geno Smith/2009-11..................................... 147.86 Pat White/2005-08 ........................................ 147.37 Major Harris/1987-89 .................................... 143.31 Marc Bulger/1996-99 .................................... 140.93 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ............................... 131.61 Allen McCune/1964-65.................................. 129.88 Jarrett Brown/2006-09 .................................. 129.54 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ........................... 124.90 Chad Johnston/1993-96 ............................... 120.86 Darren Studstill/1990-93................................ 120.47 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83................................... 120.09

receIvIng yardS

catcHeS/yardS PaSSIng yardS comP/att/yardS
Marc Bulger/1996-99 .....................630/1,023/8,153 Geno Smith/2009-11.........................619/947/7,457 Pat White/2005-08 ............................507/783/6,049 Chad Johnston/1993-96 ...................428/839/5,954 Oliver Luck/1978-81 ..........................466/911/5,765 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ...............433/795/5,558 Major Harris/1987-89 ........................324/586/5,173 Dan Kendra/1974-77.........................348/672/4,781 Bernie Galiffa/1970-72.......................310/623/4,426 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ...................329/573/4,321 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83.......................310/601/4,261 Brad Lewis/1998-2001 ......................329/605/3,922

David Saunders/1995-98.......................... 191/2,608 Khori Ivy 1997-2000 ................................. 160/2,402 Shawn Foreman/1995-98 ......................... 169/2,347 Tavon Austin/2009-11 .............................. 174/2,124 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1993-96 ................... 126/2,022 Jock Sanders/2007-10 ............................. 206/1,980 Rich Hollins/1980-83 ................................ 104/1,968 Cedric Thomas/1976-80 .......................... 110/1,930 Antonio Brown/1998-2001 ....................... 155/1,905 Chris Henry/2003-04 .................................. 93/1,878 Darrell Miller/1978-82 ............................... 111/1,799 Danny Buggs/1972-74 ............................... 86/1,796

comPletIon Percentage (mIn. 100 att.)
Geno Smith/2009-10......................................... .654 Pat White/2005-08 ............................................ .648 Jarrett Brown/2006-09 ...................................... .637 Marc Bulger/1996-99 ........................................ .616 Jake Kelchner/1992-93 ..................................... .601 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ................................... .574 Major Harris/1987-89 ........................................ .553 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ............................... .545 Brad Lewis/1998-2001 ...................................... .544 Darren Studstill/1990-93.................................... .529 Kevin White/1981-84 ......................................... .528 Rasheed Marshall/2001-03 ............................... .523

tIgHt end receIvIng

catcHeS/yardS PaSS attemPtS
Marc Bulger/1996-99 ...................................... 1,023 Geno Smith/2009-11.......................................... 947 Oliver Luck/1978-81 ........................................... 911 Chad Johnston/1993-96 .................................... 839 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ................................ 795 Pat White/2005-08 ............................................. 783 Dan Kendra/1974-77.......................................... 672 Bernie Galiffa/1970-72........................................ 623 Brad Lewis/1998-2001 ....................................... 605 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83........................................ 601 Major Harris/1987-89 ......................................... 586 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 .................................... 573

Mark Raugh/1979-82 ............................... 119/1,328 Anthony Becht/1996-99 ............................. 83/1,178 Lovett Purnell/1993-95 ............................... 79/1,173 Nate Stephens/1970-72 ................................ 60/970 Randy Swinson/1974-77 ............................... 63/917 Rich Duggan/1982-84 ................................... 51/668 Dave Jagdmann/1971-73 .............................. 41/631 Rob Bennett/1982-84 ................................... 43/618 Keith Winn/1985-88 ...................................... 39/492 Adrian Moss/1987-89.................................... 32/471

IntercePtIon avoIdance (mIn. 100 att.)
Geno Smith/2009-11....................................... .0158 Jeff Hostetler/1982-83..................................... .0279 Kevin White/1981-84 ....................................... .0296 Pat White/2005-08 ........................................... 0294 Jake Kelchner/1992-93 ................................... .0307 Jarrett Brown/2006-09 ..................................... 0308 Marc Bulger/1996-99 ...................................... .0332 Chad Johnston/1993-96 ................................. .0334 Brad Lewis/1998-2001 .................................... .0364 Greg Jones/1988-90 ....................................... .0365 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ............................. .0372 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ................................. .0436

161

all PurPoSe yardS

ruSH/rec/Pr/kr

yardS

kIckoff return yardage

yardS/returnS

fIeld goalS made
Paul Woodside/1981-84 ....................................... 74 Pat McAfee/2005-08 ............................................ 58 Jay Taylor/1996-99 ............................................... 53 Charlie Baumann/1985-88 ................................... 52 Tyler Bitancurt/2009-11 ........................................ 39 Bill McKenzie/1974-77 ......................................... 25 Frank Nester/1971-73 .......................................... 25 Steve Sinclair/1978-80 ......................................... 24 Bryan Baumann/1994-96 ..................................... 23 Brad Cooper/2003-04 .......................................... 20 Ken Juskowich/1967-68....................................... 20

Noel Devine/2007-10..............4,315/710/0/736 ................5,761 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 ....5,164/459/0/0 ....................5,623 Steve Slaton/2005-07.............3,923/805/047 ...................4,775 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 .........4,086/374/0/168 ................4,628 Pat White/2005-08 ...................4,480/0/0/0 ..........................4,480 Tavon Austin/2009-11 ..............390/2,124/268/1,594 ...........4,376 Arthur Owens/1972-75 .............2,648/149/52/1,122 .............3,971 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1993-96 ...144/2,022/521/1,163 ...........3,850 Robert Alexander/1977-80 .......2,456/551/0/568 ..................3,575 Willie Drewrey/1981-84 ............20/935/1,191/1,362 .............3,508 Robert Gresham/1968-70 ........2,181/340/103/588 ..............3,222 Darius Reynaud/2005-07..........410/1,550/0/1,125 ...............3,086 James Jett/1989-92 .................53/1,384/534/1,086 .............3,057

Shawn Terry/1999-2001 ............................. 1,747/63 Tavon Austin/2009-11 ................................ 1,594/65 Adam Jones/2002-04................................. 1,475/59 Willie Drewrey/1981-84 .............................. 1,329/54 Nate Terry/1997-99 .................................... 1,285/51 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1993-96 ..................... 1,163/51 Darius Reynaud/2006 ................................. 1,126/42 Arthur Owens/1972-75 ............................... 1,122/48 James Jett/1989-92 ................................... 1,086/50 Mark Rodgers/2008-09 .............................. 1,083/49 Fulton Walker/1977-80 ............................... 1,066/51

kIckoff return average (mIn. 25 att.)
Shawn Terry/1999-2001 .................................... 27.7 Darius Reynaud/2005-07................................... 26.8 Robert Gresham/1968-70 ................................. 25.6 Nate Terry/1997-99 ........................................... 25.2 Kerry Marbury/1971-72 ..................................... 25.1 Adam Jones/2002-04........................................ 25.0 Tavon Austin/2009-11 ....................................... 24.5 Willie Drewrey/1981-84 ..................................... 24.4 Mike Logan/1993-96 ......................................... 23.5 Jock Sanders/2007-10 ...................................... 23.4 Arthur Owens/1972-75 ...................................... 23.4 Vaughn Rivers/2004-07 ..................................... 23.3 Phil Braxton/2000-02 ........................................ 23.0

fIeld goalS attemPted
Paul Woodside/1981-84 ....................................... 93 Pat McAfee/2005-08 ............................................ 79 Jay Taylor/1996-99 ............................................... 72 Charlie Baumann/1985-88 ................................... 70 Tyler Bitancurt/2009-11 ........................................ 54 Bill McKenzie/1974-77 ......................................... 43 Ken Juskowich/1967-68....................................... 43 Steve Sinclair/1978-80 ......................................... 42 Frank Nester/1971-73 .......................................... 38 Bryan Baumann/1994-96 ..................................... 35 Brad Cooper/2003-04 .......................................... 34

moSt PuntS
Steve Superick/1982-85 ..................................... 263 Mark Fazzolari/1999-2002 .................................. 195 Thad Kucherawy/1967-69 .................................. 192 Curt Carion/1978-80 .......................................... 186 Todd Sauerbrun/1991-94 ................................... 177 Lance Carion/1986-88 ....................................... 163 Danny Williams/1958-60..................................... 133 Pat McAfee/2005-08 .......................................... 126 Todd James/2000-03 ......................................... 120 Jeff Fette/1975-76 .............................................. 119 Greg Hertzog/1989-90 ....................................... 108 Chuck Kinder/1963-66 ....................................... 108

toP PerformanceS

extra PoIntS made
Pat McAfee/2005-08 .......................................... 210 Jay Taylor/1996-99 ............................................. 151 Tyler Bitancurt/2009-11 ...................................... 143 Charlie Baumann/1985-88 ................................. 135 Paul Woodside/1981-84 ..................................... 101 Frank Nester/1971-73 .......................................... 95 Brad Cooper/2003-04 .......................................... 89 Bill McKenzie/1974-77 ......................................... 77 Steve Sinclair/1978-80 ......................................... 64 Todd Sauerbrun/1991-94 ..................................... 63 Bryan Baumann/1994-96 ..................................... 61 Chuck Kinder/1963-66 ......................................... 61

ScorIng (PoSItIon Player)
Steve Slaton/2005-07 ........................................ 330 Ira Errett Rodgers/1915-19 ................................ 313* Pat White/2005-08 ............................................. 284 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 ................................ 252 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ..................................... 252 Jim Braxton/1968-70 ........................................ 206* Noel Devine/2007-10 ......................................... 186 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 ................................ 144 Cedric Thomas/1976-80 .................................... 144 Danny Buggs/1972-74 ....................................... 144 Kerry Marbury/1971-72 ...................................... 144
* total includes field goals and extra points

HIgHeSt Punt average (mIn. 70 att.)
Todd Sauerbrun/1991-94 .................................. 46.2 Pat McAfee/2005-08 ......................................... 43.7 Scott Kozlowski/2006-09 .................................. 43.4 Greg Hertzog/1989-90 ...................................... 43.3 Steve Superick/1982-85 .................................... 41.1 Lance Carion/1986-88 ...................................... 40.9 Todd James/2000-03 ........................................ 40.7 Curt Carion/1978-80 ......................................... 40.7 Mark Fazzolari/1999-2002 ................................. 40.4 Chuck Kinder/1963-66 ...................................... 39.0 Phil Brady/2004-05 ........................................... 39.1 Bob Sims/1970-72 ............................................ 38.8

extra PoIntS attemPted
Pat McAfee/2005-08 .......................................... 212 Jay Taylor/1996-99 ............................................. 155 Tyler Bitancurt/2009-11 ...................................... 146 Charlie Baumann/1985-88 ................................. 138 Paul Woodside/1981-84 ..................................... 103 Frank Nester/1971-73 ........................................ 101 Brad Cooper/2003-04 .......................................... 92 Bill McKenzie/1974-77 ......................................... 81 Todd Sauerbrun/1991-94 ..................................... 68 Steve Sinclair/1978-80 ......................................... 68 Chuck Kinder/1963-66 ......................................... 66

kIck ScorIng
Pat McAfee/2005-08 .......................................... 384 Paul Woodside/1981-84 ..................................... 323 Jay Taylor/1996-99 ............................................. 310 Charlie Baumann/1985-88 ................................. 291 Tyler Bitancurt/2009-11 ...................................... 260 Frank Nester/1971-73 ........................................ 170 Bill McKenzie/1974-77 ....................................... 152 Brad Cooper/2003-04 ........................................ 149 Steve Sinclair/1978-80 ....................................... 136 Bryan Baumann/1994-96 ................................... 130 Todd Sauerbrun/1991-94 ................................... 114

Punt return yardage

yardS/returnS

Willie Drewrey/1981-84 ............................ 1,109/108 John Mallory/1965-67 ................................ 1,049/70 Vaughn Rivers/2004-07 ................................. 772/67 Fulton Walker/1977-80 .................................. 675/58 Lance Frazier/2000-03 .................................. 660/64 Leon Jenkins/1968-71................................... 573/73 Mike Baker/1990-93...................................... 547/72 James Jett/1989-92 ...................................... 534/75 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1993-96 ........................ 521/62 Jack Stone/1952-53...................................... 462/26 Ron Pobolish/1967-69 .................................. 455/64 Nate Terry/1997-99 ....................................... 454/42

TOP CLASS RANKINGS
freSHman ruSHIng carrIeS/yardS
Avon Cobourne/1999 ............................... 224/1,138 Steve Slaton/2005 .................................... 205/1,128 Amos Zereoue/1996 ................................. 222/1,035 Dustin Garrison/2011 .................................. 136/742 Garrett Ford Jr./1989 ................................... 148/733 Noel Devine/2007 .......................................... 73/627

toucHdownS reSPonSIble for
Pat White/2005-08 ............................................. 103 Rasheed Marshall/2001-04 .................................. 69 Ira Errett Rodgers/1915-19 ................................... 66 Marc Bulger/1996-99 ........................................... 61 Major Harris/1987-89 ........................................... 59 Geno Smith/2009-11............................................ 58 Steve Slaton/2005-07 .......................................... 55 Oliver Luck/1978-81 ............................................. 54 Mike Sherwood/1968-70 ...................................... 46 Chad Johnston/1993-96 ...................................... 44 Avon Cobourne/1999-2002 .................................. 42 Amos Zereoue/1996-98 ....................................... 42

Punt return average (mIn 25 att.)
Jack Stone/1952-53.......................................... 17.8 John Mallory/1965-67 ....................................... 14.9 Antonio Lewis/2004-06 ..................................... 12.2 Fulton Walker/1977-80 ...................................... 11.6 Vaughn Rivers/2004-07 ..................................... 11.5 Mike Logan/1993-96 ......................................... 11.3 Adam Jones/2002-04........................................ 10.9 Nate Terry/1997-99 ........................................... 10.8 Richie Martha/1965-67 ...................................... 10.7 Lance Frazier/2000-03 ...................................... 10.3 Willie Drewrey/1981-84 ..................................... 10.3

freSHman PaSSIng

comP/att/yardS

Major Harris/1987................................79/155/1,200 Fred Wyant/1952....................................55/128/867 Pat White/2005 ......................................65/114/828 Marc Bulger/1996.....................................19/42/352 Dan Kendra/1974 .....................................16/24/316

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freSHman total offenSe

PlayS/yardS

Major Harris/1987..................................... 298/1,815 Pat White/2005 ........................................ 245/1,780 Avon Cobourne/1999 ............................... 224/1,138 Steve Slaton/2005 .................................... 205/1,128 Fred Wyant/1952...................................... 210/1,049

freSHman receIvIng

catcHeS/yardS

David Saunders/1995 .................................... 38/682 Antonio Brown/1998 ..................................... 23/275 Steve Lewis/1975 .......................................... 21/296 Tom Gray/1982 ............................................. 19/154 Bradley Starks/2008 ...................................... 17/168 Tavon Austin/2009 ......................................... 15/151 Calvin Phillips/1985 ....................................... 14/210 Robert Alexander/1977 ................................. 14/122

freSHman ScorIng

PoIntS

Steve Slaton/2005 .............................................. 119 Pat McAfee/2005 ................................................. 81 Tyler Bitancurt/2009 ............................................. 80 Jay Taylor/1996 .................................................... 77 Bryan Baumann/1994 .......................................... 71

SoPHomore ruSHIng

carrIeS/yardS

AVon cobourne
JunIor PaSSIng comP/att/yardS SenIor PaSSIng comP/att/yardS

toP PerformanceS

Steve Slaton/2006 .................................... 248/1,744 Amos Zereoue/1997 ................................. 281/1,589 Noel Devine/2008 ..................................... 206/1,289 Robert Walker/1993 ................................. 214/1,250 Pat White/2006 ........................................ 165/1,219

SoPHomore PaSSIng

comP/att/yardS

Geno Smith/2010 ..............................241/372/2,763 Marc Bulger/1997..............................192/323/2,465 Mike Sherwood/1968 ........................151/264/1,948 Major Harris/1988..............................105/186/1,915 Chad Johnston/1994.........................124/242/1,863 Pat White/2006 .................................118/179/1,655

Geno Smith/2011 ..............................346/526/4,385 Marc Bulger/1998..............................274/419/3,607 Major Harris/1989..............................142/245/2,058 Chad Johnston/1995.........................127/248/2,019 Jeff Hostetler/1982 ............................137/292/1,916 Oliver Luck/1980 ...............................135/254/1,874

Bernie Galiffa/1972 ............................164/334/2,496 Oliver Luck/1981 ...............................216/394/2,448 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ............................173/309/2,345 Jarrett Brown/2009 ...........................187/296/2,144 Chad Johnston/1996.........................167/334/1,958

SenIor total offenSe SoPHomore total offenSe PlayS/yardS JunIor total offenSe PlayS/yardS
Geno Smith/2010 ..................................... 478/2,980 Pat White/2006 ........................................ 344/2,874 Major Harris/1988..................................... 320/2,525 Marc Bulger/1997..................................... 375/2,372 Rasheed Marshall/2002 ............................ 432/2,282 Mike Sherwood/1968 ............................... 355/1,983 Geno Smith/2011 ..................................... 582/4,352 Marc Bulger/1998..................................... 452/3,515 Pat White/2007 ........................................ 413/3,059 Major Harris/1989..................................... 400/2,994 Rasheed Marshall/2003 ............................ 316/2,032 Jeff Hostetler/1982 ................................... 347/1,995

PlayS/yardS

Pat White/2008 ........................................ 465/2,816 Rasheed Marshall/2004 ............................ 411/2,747 Jarrett Brown/2009 .................................. 413/2,610 Oliver Luck/1981 ...................................... 434/2,497 Jeff Hostetler/1983 ................................... 404/2,416

SenIor receIvIng

yardS/catcHeS

SoPHomore receIvIng

catcHeS/yardS

JunIor receIvIng

catcHeS/yardS

David Saunders/1996 ................................. 76/1,043 Stedman Bailey/2011 ................................. 72/1,279 Tavon Austin/2010 ......................................... 58/787 Jock Sanders/2008 ....................................... 53/462 Rahsaan Vanterpool/1994 ............................. 50/849 Antonio Brown/1999 ..................................... 50/462 Steve Lewis/1976 .......................................... 48/737

Tavon Austin/2011 .................................... 101/1,186 Shawn Foreman/1997 ................................... 77/928 Jock Sanders/2009 ....................................... 72/688 Darius Reynaud/2007 .................................... 64/733 Khori Ivy/1999 ............................................... 53/666 Chris Henry/2004 .......................................... 52/872

David Saunders/1998 .................................... 883/77 Shawn Foreman/1998 ................................... 948/63 Rich Hollins/1983 .......................................... 781/50 Jock Sanders/2010 ....................................... 728/69 Reggie Rembert/1989 ................................... 850/47 Khori Ivy/2000 ............................................... 806/47

SenIor ScorIng

PoIntS

JunIor ScorIng SoPHomore ScorIng PoIntS
Paul Woodside/1982 .......................................... 116 Pat McAfee/2006 ............................................... 113 Steve Slaton/2006 .............................................. 108 Pat White/2006 .................................................. 108 Amos Zereoue/1997 ........................................... 108

PoIntS

Jim Braxton/1969 ............................................... 113 Tyler Bitancurt/2011 ........................................... 109 Steve Slaton/2007 .............................................. 108 Pat McAfee/2007 ............................................... 103 Paul Woodside/1983 .......................................... 100

Ira Errett Rodgers/1919 ...................................... 147 Charlie Baumann/1988 ....................................... 119 Kerry Marbury/1972 ........................................... 108 Avon Cobourne/2002 ......................................... 102 Pat McAfee/2008 ................................................. 87

JunIor ruSHIng

carrIeS/yardS

SenIor ruSHIng

carrIeS/yardS

Noel Devine/2009 ..................................... 241/1,465 Amos Zereoue/1998 ................................. 283/1,462 Pat White/2007 ........................................ 197/1,335 Avon Cobourne/2001 ............................... 267/1,298 Robert Gresham/1969 .............................. 206/1,155

Avon Cobourne/2002 ............................... 335/1,710 Quincy Wilson/2003 ................................. 282/1,380 Adrian Murrell/1992 .................................. 222/1,145 Robert Alexander/1980 ............................ 204/1,064 Arthur Owens/1975 .................................. 159/1,055

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INDIVIDuAL RECORDS
moSt comPletIonS
• Consecutive:13 by Marc Bulger vs. East Carolina, 1999 • Game: 38 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Season: 346 by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career: 630 by Marc Bulger, 1996-99

moSt attemPtS
• Game: 65 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Season: 536 by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career: 1,023 by Marc Bulger, 1996-99

moSt toucHdownS tHrown
• Game: 6 by Geno Smith vs. Clemson, 2012; by Marc Bulger vs. Pitt, 1998 • Season: 31 by Geno Smith, 2011; by Marc Bulger, 1998 • Career: 59 by Marc Bulger, 1996-99

HIgHeSt comPletIon Percentage
• Game (min. 10 att.): .900 (18-20) by Pat White vs. East Carolina, 2007; (9-10) by Adam Bednarik vs. Rutgers, 2005; by Mike Sherwood vs. Richmond, (9-10) 1970 • Season (min. 100 att.): .667 (144-216) by Pat White, 2007 • Career (min. 300 att.): .654 (619-947) by Geno Smith, 2009-11

IndIvIdual recordS

PaSSIng effIcIency

jock SanderS
GAME PLAyED
Played In a career:
• 52 by Don Barclay, 2008-11; by Najee Goode, 2008-11; by Julian Miller, 2008-11; by Jock Sanders, 2007-10

• Season: 164.01 by Jake Kelchner, 1993 • Career: 148.42 by Jake Kelchner, 1992-93

IntercePtIon avoIdance
• Season (min. 100 att.): .0133 (7-526) by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career (min. 300 att.): .016 (15-947) by Geno Smith, 2009-11 • Career (min. 500 att.): .016 (15-947) by Geno Smith, 2009-11

RuSHING
moSt yardS gaIned
• Touchdown Run: 96 by Pat Randolph vs. Northern Illinois, 1986 • Non-Touchdown Run: 79 by Noel Devine at Louisville, 2008 • Quarter: 168 by Kay-Jay Harris vs. East Carolina (2nd), 2004 • Half: 223 by Kay-Jay Harris (1st) vs. East Carolina, 2004 • Game: 337 by Kay-Jay Harris vs. East Carolina, 2004 • Season: 1,744 by Steve Slaton, 2006 • Career: 5,164 by Avon Cobourne, 1999-2002

HIgHeSt average Per carry
• Game (min. 10 att.): 18.9 (11-199) by Eddie Williams vs. Pitt, 1969 • Season (min. 100 att.): 8.2 by Bob Moss, 1955 • Career (min. 200 att.): 7.8 by Bob Moss, 1952-55

moSt IntercePtIonS tHrown
• Game: 6 by Dutch Hoffman vs. Colorado State, 1978 • Season: 21 by Dutch Hoffman, 1978 • Career: 47 by Dan Kendra, 1974-77

Started In a career:
• 49 by Dan Mozes, 2003-06

moSt toucHdownS
• Game: 5 by by Steve Slaton vs. Louisville (3 overtimes), 2005; by George Allen vs. Marquette, 1932; by Ira Errett Rodgers vs. Marietta, 1919; Ohio Wesleyan, 1919 • Season: 19 by Ira Errett Rodgers, 1919 • Career: 50 by Steve Slaton, 2005-07

RECEIVING
moSt yardS gaIned
• Game: 209 by Chris Henry vs. Syracuse, 2003 • Season: 1,279 by Stedman Bailey, 2011 • Career: 2,608 by David Saunders, 1995-98

TOTAL OFFENSE
moSt yardS gaIned
• Game: 468 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Season: 4,352 by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career: 10,529 by Pat White, 2005-08

moSt 100-yard gameS
• Consecutive: 6 by Steve Slaton, 10/7 - 11/16/06; by Avon Cobourne, 9/14 - 10/26/03; by Amos Zereoue,10/24 - 11/27-98; by Robert Walker, 10/9 - 11/20/93; • Season: 10 by Avon Cobourne, 2002; Steve Slaton, 2006 • Career: 28 by Avon Cobourne, 1999-2002

moSt recePtIonS

PASSING
moSt yardS gaIned
• Touchdown Play: 96 by Ben Williams to Danny Buggs vs. Penn State, 1973 • Non-Touchdown Play: 84 by Rasheed Marshall to Kay-Jay Harris vs. Miami, 2003 • Game: 463 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Season: 4,385 by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career: 8,153 by Marc Bulger, 1996-98

moSt PlayS
• Game: 67 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Season: 582 by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career: 1,467 by Pat White, 2005-08

• Game: 12 by Tavon Austin vs. Clemson, 2012; by Jock Sanders at Auburn, 2009; by David Saunders vs. Miami, 1998; by Shawn Foreman vs.Georgia Tech, 1997; by Pat Greene vs. Pitt,1997; by Mickey Walczak vs. Syracuse, 1981 • Season: 101 by Tavon Austin, 2011 • Career: 206 by Jock Sanders, 2007-10

moSt toucHdownS reSPonSIble for
• Game: 9 by Allen McCune vs. Pitt, 1965 • Season: 33 by Geno Smith, 2011 • Career (3 seasons): 74 by Pat White, 2005-07 • Career (4 seasons): 103 by Pat White, 2005-08

moSt carrIeS
• Game: 45 by George Allen vs. Georgetown, 1933 • Season: 335 by Avon Cobourne, 2002 • Career: 1,023 by Avon Cobourne, 1999-2002

moSt toucHdown recePtIonS
• Game: 4 by Tavon Austin vs. Clemson, 2012 • Season: 12 by Stedman Bailey, 2011; by Darius Reynaud, 2007; by Chris Henry, 2004 • Career: 23 by Cedric Thomas, 1976-80

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PuNTING
moSt yardage
• Single Punt: 90 by Todd Sauerbrun vs. Nebraska, 1994 • Game: 541 by Todd Sauerbrun vs. Nebraska, 1994 • Season: 3,594 by Todd Sauerbrun, 1994 • Career: 10,934 by Steve Superick, 1982-85

• Game: 163 by Nate Terry vs. Georgia Tech, 1997 • Season: 938 by Tavon Austin, 2011 • Career: 1,747 by Shawn Terry, 1999-2001

FIELD GOALS
moSt made
• Game: 6 by Frank Nester vs. Villanova, 1972 • Season: 28 by Paul Woodside, 1982 • Career: 74 by Paul Woodside, 1981-84 • Consecutive: 15 by Paul Woodside, 1981-82

moSt toucHdownS on returnS
• Game: 2 by Vann Washington vs. Louisiana Tech, 1994 • Season: 2 by Grant Wiley, 2000; by Vann Washington, 1994; by Aaron Beasley, 1994 • Career: 3 by Aaron Beasley, 1992-95; by Vann Washington, 1993-96

moSt returnS
• Game: 8 by Darren Fulton vs. Pitt, 1986 • Season: 39 by Darren Fulton, 1986 • Career: 65 by Tavon Austin, 2009-11

longeSt return
• 100 by Tom Pridemore vs. Penn State, 1977

moSt PuntS
• Game: 12 by Chuck Brooks vs. Penn State, 1973; by Thad Kucherawy vs. Kentucky, 1969 • Season: 76 by Steve Superick, 1985 • Career: 263 by Steve Superick, 1982-85

moSt toucHdown returnS
• Game: 1 by many players; most recent by Tavon Austin, USF, 2011 • Season: 3 by Shawn Terry, 2000 • Career: 4 by Shawn Terry, 1999-2001

moSt attemPtS
• Game: 6 by Frank Nester vs. Villanova, 1972 • Season: 31 by Paul Woodside, 1982 • Career: 93 by Paul Woodside, 1981-84

MISCELLANEOuS
moSt all-PurPoSe yardage
• Game: 356 by Garrett Ford vs. Pitt, 1965 • Season: 2,574 by Tavon Austin, 2011 • Career: 5,761 by Noel Devine, 2007-10

HIgHeSt average
• Season (min. 11 att.): 28.8 by Shawn Terry, 2000 • Career (min. 25 att.): 27.7 by Shawn Terry, 1999-2001

HIgHeSt average
• Game (min. 5 att.): 60.1 by Todd Sauerbrun vs. Nebraska, 1994 • Season (min. 30 att.): 48.6 by Todd Sauerbrun, 1994 • Career (min. 70 att.): 46.2 by Todd Sauerbrun, 1991-94

HIgHeSt Percentage made
• Season (min. 15 att.): 100.0 (19-19) by Bill Samuelson, 1970 • Career (min. 30 att.): 79.6 (74-93) by Paul Woodside, 1981-84

SCORING
moSt PoIntS
• Game: 37 by Ira Errett Rodgers vs. Marietta, 1919 • Season: 147 by Ira Errett Rodgers, 1919 • Career: 384 by Pat McAfee, 2005-08

longeSt dIStance
• Soccer Style: 55 by Paul Woodside vs. Louisville, 1984 • Drop-Kick: 50 by Ed Kenna vs. Grove City, 1901

moSt oPPonent fumbleS recovered
• Season: 5 by Bob Starford, 1968 • Career: 7 by John Adams, 1972-74

moSt blocked by wvu
• Game: 3 by Joe Harrick vs. Maryland, 1919 • Season: 7 by Joe Stydahar, 1934

IndIvIdual recordS

blocked PuntS
• Season: 7 by Joe Stydahar, 1934

PuNT RETuRNS
moSt return yardage
• Single Return: 99 by Victor Rabbits vs. Virginia Military, 1955 • Game: 168 by Nate Terry vs. Rutgers, 1997 • Season: 453 by John Mallory, 1967 • Career: 1,109 by Willie Drewrey, 1981-84

moSt toucHdownS
• Quarter: 3 by Jock Sanders at Connecticut (3rd), 2008; by Pat White vs. Syracuse (3rd), 2006; by George Allen vs. Marquette (4th), 1932 • Game: 6 by Steve Slaton vs. Louisville (3 overtimes), 2005 • Season: 19 by Steve Slaton, 2006; by Ira Errett Rodgers, 1919 • Career: 55 by Steve Slaton, 2005-07

INTERCEPTIONS
moSt PaSSeS IntercePted
• Game: 4 by Mike Slater vs. Kentucky, 1969; by Francis Farley vs. Pitt, 1925; by Andrew King vs. Marietta,1915 • Season: 10 by Aaron Beasley, 1994 • Career: 20 by Steve Newberry, 1980-83

moSt returnS
• Game: 7 by Rahsaan Vanterpool vs. Virginia Tech, 1994; by Grantis Bell vs. Rutgers, 1987; by Willie Drewrey vs. Pitt, 1984 • Season: 44 by Mike Baker, 1993 • Career: 108 by Willie Drewrey, 1981-84

moSt extra PoIntS made
• Game: 11 by Shocky Van Horn vs. Geneva, 1951 • Season: 64 by Pat McAfee, 2007 • Career: 210 by Pat McAfee, 2005-08

moSt toucHdown returnS
• Game: 1 by many players; most recent by Vaughn Rivers vs. Mississippi State, 2006 • Season: 3 by John Mallory, 1967 • Career: 7 by John Mallory, 1965-67

moSt extra PoInt attemPtS
• Game: 13 by Shocky Van Horn vs. Geneva, 1951 • Season: 65 by Pat McAfee, 2007 • Career: 212 by Pat McAfee, 2005-08

HIgHeSt average
• Season (min. 11 att.): 20.8 by Lance Frazier, 2003 • Career (min. 25 att.): 14.9 by John Mallory, 1965-67

HIgHeSt Percentage of PatS
• Season (min. 25 att.): 100.0 (41-41) by Tyler Bitancurt, 2010; (62-62) by Pat McAfee, 2006; (43-43) by Jay Taylor, 1997 • Career (min. 50 att.): 99.1 (210-212) by Pat McAfee, 2005-07

KICKOFF RETuRNS
moSt return yardage
• Single Return: 100 by Tavon Austin vs. Marshall, 2011; by Shawn Terry at Maryland, 2001; by Shawn Terry vs. Syracuse, 2000; by Nate Terry vs. Temple, 1997; by Nate Terry vs. East Carolina, 1997; by Kerry Marbury vs. Penn State, 1972

conSecutIve extra PoIntS made
• Game: 10 by Tyler Bitancurt vs. Clemson, 2011 • Season: 62 by Brad Cooper, 2004; by Jay Taylor, 1997 • Career: 110 by Pat McAfee, 2005-07

moSt PoIntS kIckIng
• Game: 19 by Frank Nester vs. Villanova, 1972 • Season: 119 by Charlie Baumann, 1988 • Career: 384 by Pat McAfee, 2005-08

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS
total tackleS
• Game: 28 by Steve Dunlap vs. Boston College, 1974 • Season: 190 by Steve Dunlap, 1974 • Career: 492 by Grant Wiley, 2000-03

SIngle game aSSISted tackleS
Chris Haering vs. Maryland/1989 .......................... 15 Chris Haering vs. Ball State/1989 ......................... 14 Eric Lester vs. East Carolina/1986 ........................ 13 Dennis Fowlkes vs. Pitt/1982................................ 13 Steve Dunlap vs. SMU/1975................................. 13

SeaSon total tackleS
190....................Steve Dunlap....................... 1974 185....................Chris Haering ...................... 1989 175.................... Ray Marshall ....................... 1975 172.................... Jeff Macerelli ....................... 1977 170................... Charles Smith ...................... 1975

unaSSISted tackleS
• Game: 17 by Robert Tomko vs. Boston College, 1977 • Season: 107 by Barrett Green, 1998 • Career: 298 by Grant Wiley, 2000-03

SIngle game Quarterback SackS
Julian Miller vs. Pitt/2011 ........................................ 4 James Davis vs. East Carolina/2000 ....................... 4 Gary Stills vs. Marshall/1997 ................................... 4 Steve Hathaway vs. Virginia Tech/1983 .................. 4 Eight players with three; the most recent is Julian Miller vs. Rutgers/2010

SeaSon unaSSISted tackleS
107....................Barrett Green....................... 1998 102.................... Ray Marshall ....................... 1975 102.................... Rick Sherrod ....................... 2001 101................... Tom Zakowski ...................... 1973 99...................... Grant Wiley ........................ 2003

aSSISted tackleS
• Game: 15 by Chris Haering vs. Maryland, 1989 • Season: 100 by Chuck Smith, 1975 • Career: 222 by Chris Haering, 1986-89

Quarterback SackS
• Game: 4 by Julian Miller vs. Pitt, 2011; by James Davis vs. East Carolina, 2000; by Gary Stills vs. Marshall, 1997; by Steve Hathaway vs. Virginia Tech, 1983 • Season: 16.5 by Canute Curtis, 1996 • Career: 34.5 by Canute Curtis, 1993-96 • Team Game: 12 vs. Idaho, 2000 • Team Season: 59, 1996

SIngle game tackleS for loSS
James Davis vs. East Carolina/2000 ....................... 6 Darryl Talley vs. Penn State/1980............................ 5 Six players with four; the most recent is Julian Miller vs. Pitt/2011

SeaSon aSSISted tackleS
107....................Chris Haering ...................... 1989 100................... Charles Smith ...................... 1975 96.....................Steve Dunlap....................... 1974 90................... Jack Eastwood ..................... 1974 88................... Jack Eastwood ..................... 1973

SIngle game PaSSeS broken uP
Jahmile Addae vs. Rutgers/2002 ............................ 5 Vann Washington vs. Boston College/1996 ............ 5 Harold Kidd vs. Louisiana Tech/1994 ...................... 5 Four players with four; the most recent is Jermaine Thaxton vs. Rutgers/2002

defenSIve recordS

SeaSon Quarterback SackS
16.5...................Canute Curtis ...................... 1996 15....................Steve Hathaway .................... 1983 14........................ Bruce Irvin ......................... 2010 12........................ Gary Stills ......................... 1997 12................... Renaldo Turnbull .................... 1988 10......................Canute Curtis ...................... 1995 10......................... Mike Fox .......................... 1989 10........................ Gary Stills ......................... 1998 9......................... Julian Miller ........................ 2010 9......................... Julian Miller ........................ 2009

tackleS for loSS
• Game: 6 by James Davis vs. East Carolina, 2000 • Season: 19 by Johnny Dingle, 2007 • Career: 47.5 by Grant Wiley, 2000-03

SIngle game IntercePtIonS
Mike Slater vs. Kentucky/1969 ............................... 4 Francis Farley vs. Pitt/1925..................................... 4 Andrew King vs. Marietta/1915............................... 4 Five players with three; the most recent is Vann Washington vs. Louisiana Tech/1994

PaSSeS broken uP
• Game: 5 by Jahmile Addae vs. Rutgers, 2002; by Vann Washington vs. Boston College, 1996; by Harold Kidd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1994 • Season: 21 by Brian King, 2003 • Career: 54 by Brian King, 2000-03

longeSt IntercePtIon return for td
Tom Pridemore vs. Penn State/1977 .................. 100 Marcus Mauney vs. Virginia Tech/1974 ................. 99 Vann Washington vs. Louisiana Tech/1994 ........... 97 Tom Pridemore vs. Temple/1975 .......................... 87 Bo Orlando vs. East Carolina/1987 ....................... 84

longeSt IntercePtIon return/no td
Barrett Green vs. Rutgers/1997 ............................ 83 Tom Pridemore vs. Temple/1976 .......................... 83 John Hale vs. William & Mary/1968....................... 69 Tarris Alexander vs. Missouri/1993........................ 67 Harry Sweeney vs. Geneva/1951.......................... 67

SIngle game total tackleS
Steve Dunlap vs. Boston College/1974................. 28 Chris Haering vs. Rutgers/1989 ............................ 23 Rick Sherrod vs. Syracuse/2001........................... 22 Grant Wiley vs. Syracuse/2001 ............................. 22 Three players with 21; the most recent is Rick Sherrod vs. Virginia Tech/2001

SIngle game unaSSISted tackleS
Robert Tomko vs. Boston College/1977 ............... 17 Dennis Fowlkes vs. Virginia Tech/1980 ................. 16 Jeff Macerelli vs. Boston College/1976 ................. 16 Steve Dunlap vs. Boston College/1974................. 16 Barrett Green vs. Navy/1998 ................................ 15 Steve Grant vs. South Carolina/1990 .................... 15

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juLIAn mIller

defenSIve recordS

SeaSon tackleS for loSS
19..................... Johnny Dingle ...................... 2007 18.......................Kyle Kayden ....................... 2001 15...................... Najee Goode ....................... 2011 15........................ Bruce Irvin ......................... 2011 15....................... Jeff Merrow ........................ 1973 14.5.................David Upchurch..................... 2002 14........................ Bruce Irvin ......................... 2010 14....................... Julian Miller ........................ 2010 14....................... Julian Miller ........................ 2009 14....................... Grant Wiley ........................ 2003 14...................... James Davis ....................... 2001 14....................David Upchurch..................... 2001 14....................... Grant Wiley ........................ 2000

career total tackleS 492..................... Grant Wiley ................... 2000-03 484..................... Darryl Talley ................... 1979 82 459.................. Dennis Fowlkes ................ 1979 82 445..................... Steve Grant ................... 1988-91 432.................... Jeff Macerelli .................. 1975-78

career tackleS for loSS
47.5.................... Grant Wiley ................... 2000-03 42.5.................... Julian Miller ................... 2008-11 40...................... James Davis .............. 1999-2002 39.......................Kyle Kayden .............. 1998-2001 35....................David Upchurch............ 1999-2002 31.5....................Mike Lorello ................... 2002-05

career unaSSISted tackleS
298..................... Grant Wiley ................... 2000-03 286.................. Dennis Fowlkes ................ 1979 82 282..................... Darryl Talley ................... 1979 82 271..................... Steve Grant ................... 1988-91 267.....................Kyle Kayden .............. 1998-2001

career PaSSeS broken uP
54........................ Brian King .................... 2000-03 38......................Lance Frazier.................. 2000-03 38..................... Aaron Beasley ................. 1992-95 29.......................Mike Collins ................... 1990-93 25.....................Jahmile Addae ................ 2001-05 24....................... Keith Tandy ................... 2008-11 24....................Brandon Hogan................ 2007-10

SeaSon PaSSeS broken uP
21........................ Brian King ......................... 2003 18..................... Aaron Beasley ...................... 1995 16.....................Jahmile Addae ..................... 2002 15........................ Brian King ......................... 2002 15..................... Aaron Beasley ...................... 1994

career aSSISted tackleS
222....................Chris Haering ................. 1986-89 202..................... Darryl Talley ................... 1979 82 198.................. Jack Eastwood ................ 1973 75 194..................... Grant Wiley ................... 2000-03 188.................... Jeff Macerelli .................. 1975 78

career IntercePtIonS
20....................Steve Newberry................ 1980-83 19..................... Aaron Beasley ................. 1992-94 15.........................Tim Agee..................... 1980-83 15....................... Bob Snider ................... 1951-56 15.................... Tom Pridemore ................ 1975-77 career IntercePtIon return yardage 398.................. Tom Pridemore ................ 1975-77 367................... Aaron Beasley ................. 1992-95 219.................Vann Washington .............. 1993-96 201..................Marcus Mauney................ 1973-74 198................. Darrell Whitmore ............... 1988-91

SIngle SeaSon IntercePtIonS
10..................... Aaron Beasley ...................... 1994 7...................... Preston Waters ..................... 1989 7..........................Mike Slater ........................ 1969 7......................Tom Geishauser .................... 1972 7...........................Tim Agee.......................... 1983 7...................... Preston Waters ..................... 1989 7......................... Bob Snider ........................ 1952

career Quarterback SackS
34.5...................Canute Curtis ................. 1993-96 27.5.................... Julian Miller ................... 2008-11 26........................ Gary Stills .................... 1996-98 22.5..................... Bruce Irvin .................... 2010-11 22................... Renaldo Turnbull ............... 1986 89 20....................Steve Hathaway ............... 1980 83 19....................... Darryl Talley ................... 1979 82

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TEAM RECORDS
SIngle game total offenSe
• Most Plays: 110 vs. Washington & Lee, 1923 • Most Yards Gained: 674 vs. Washington & Lee, 1923 • Most Touchdowns: 13 vs. Geneva, 1951 • Fewest Opponent Plays: 12 vs. Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Opponent Yards: 14 vs. Maryland, 1919

SIngle game fumbleS
• Most: 11 vs. Penn State, 1989 • Most Lost: 6 vs. Virginia, 1954; vs. Virginia Military, 1969 • Most Caused: 11 vs. William & Mary, 1955 • Most Recovered: 7 vs. Virginia, 1949

SeaSon kIckoff returnS
• Most Returns: 57 in 2011 • Fewest Returns: 22 in 1985 • Most Yards: 1,349 in 2011 • Most Touchdowns: 3 in 2000

SIngle game turnoverS SIngle game ruSHIng
• Most Carries: 99 vs. Washington & Lee, 1923 • Most Yards: 569 vs. Washington & Lee, 1923 • Most Touchdowns: 11 vs. Geneva, 1951 • Fewest Opponent Rushes: 12 by Washington & Lee, 1923; by West Virginia Wesleyan, 1922; by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Opponent Yards: 30 by Florida, 1981 • Most Forced: 10 vs. Geneva, 1951

SeaSon ScorIng
• Most Points: 515 in 2007 • Most Points per Game: 41.1 in 1988 • Most Touchdowns: 68 in 2007 • Most Extra Points Made: 66 in 2007 • Most Field Goals Made: 30 in 1982 • Fewest Points: 14 in 1896 • Fewest Opponent Points (6 games): 10 in 1895 • Fewest Opponent Points (7 games): 23 in 1898 • Fewest Opponent Points (8 games): 20 in 1915 • Fewest Opponent Points (9 games): 18 in 1925 • Fewest Opponent Points (10 games): 38 in 1907; 1928 • Fewest Opponent Points (11 games): 34 in 1922 • Fewest Opponent Points (12 games): 101 in 1896 • Fewest Opponent Points (13 games): 176 in 2010 • Fewest Opponent Points Per Game: 1.7 in 1895 • Most Opponent Points: 364 in 1978 • Most Opponent Shutouts: 8 in 1922

SIngle game PenaltIeS
• Most: 17 vs. Drexel, 1945 • Most Yards Penalized: 170 vs. Drexel, 1945; vs. Colorado State, 1978 • Most Two Teams: 28 vs. Florida State, 2005; vs. Miami, 1994; vs. Colorado State, 1978 • Most Yards/Two Teams: 303 vs. Colorado State, 1978

SIngle game PaSSIng
• Most Completions: 38 vs. LSU, 2011 • Most Attempts: 65 vs. LSU, 2011 • Most Interceptions: 6 vs. Ohio State, 1987; vs. Colorado State, 1978; vs. Richmond, 1973; vs. Maryland, 1950; vs. Washington & Lee, 1950; vs. Ohio, 1949 • Most Yards Gained: 469 vs. Connecticut, 2011 • Most Touchdowns: 6 vs. Clemson, 2011; vs. Pitt, 1998 • Most Interception Return Yards: 175 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1994 • Fewest Completions: 0 vs. Temple, 1946; vs. Washington & Lee, 1946 • Fewest Attempts: 1 vs. Washington & Lee, 1946 • Fewest Opponent Pass Attempts: 0 by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Opponent Pass Completions: 0 by Pitt, 1981; by Maryland, 1919 • Lowest Opponent Completion Percentage: 0% by Pitt, 1981; by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Opponent Yards Allowed: 0 vs. Pitt, 1981; Maryland, 1919

SeaSon total offenSe
• Most Yards: 6,104 in 2011 • Most Yards per Game: 469.5 in 2011 • Highest Average per Play: 7.3 in 2006 • Most Touchdowns: 65 in 2007 • Fewest Opponent Yards: 934 in 1923 • Fewest Opponent Yards per Game: 103.8 in 1923 • Lowest Opponent Average per Play: 3.0 in 1923 • Fewest Opponent Touchdowns: 2 in 1925

team recordS

SeaSon fIrSt downS
• Most: 301 in 2011 • Most Rushing: 178 in 2002 • Most Passing: 187 in 2011 • Most by Penalty: 27 in 2002 • Fewest Allowed: 51 in 1925 • Fewest Rushing Allowed: 26 in 1925 • Fewest Passing Allowed: 14 in 1923 • Fewest by Penalty Allowed: 2 in 1954

SeaSon ruSHIng
• Most Yards: 3,939 in 2006 • Most Yards per Game: 303.0 in 2006 • Highest Average per Play: 6.7 in 2006 • Most Touchdowns: 49 in 2007 • Fewest Opponent Yards: 508 in 1925 • Fewest Opponent Yards per Game: 56.4 in 1925 • Lowest Opponent Average per Play: 1.9 in 1925 • Fewest Opponent Touchdowns: 1 in 1925

SIngle game PuntIng
• Most Punts: 13 vs. Penn State, 1973 • Highest Average: 60.1 (9-541) vs. Nebraska, 1994

SeaSon fumbleS
• Most: 44 in 1955 • Most Lost: 27 in 1955 • Most Caused: 42 in 1973; 1959 • Most Recovered: 24 in 1977; 1958 • Fewest: 12 in 1996 • Fewest Lost: 5 in 1996

SIngle game Punt returnS
• Most Returns: 10 vs. Richmond, 1965; Eastern Michigan, 1993 • Most Yards Gained: 201 vs. The Citadel, 1965 • Most Touchdowns: 1 vs. many opponents; most recently vs. East Carolina, 2005

SeaSon PaSSIng
• Most Attempts: 542 in 2011 • Most Completions: 353 in 2011 • Most Yards: 4,509 in 2011 • Most Yards per Game: 346.8 in 2011 • Highest Completion Percentage: 66.4% in 2007 • Most Touchdowns: 32 in 2011 • Most Interceptions: 27 in 1973 • Fewest Opponent Yards: 300 in 1923 • Fewest Opponent Yards Per Game: 33.3 in 1923 • Lowest Opponent Completion Percentage: 34.5 in 1953 • Fewest Opponent Touchdowns: 0 in 1925 • Most Opponent Interceptions: 24 in 1988; 1972 • Most Opponent Yards on Interceptions: 347 in 1993 • Most Opponent Touchdowns on Interceptions: 5 in 1922

SIngle game kIckoff returnS
• Most Returns: 9 vs. Penn State, 1965; Maryland, 1951 • Most Yards Gained: 221 vs. Louisville, 1993 • Most Touchdowns: 1 vs. many opponents; most recently vs. USF, 2011

team StreakS
• Victories: 13 from 1952 53 • Defeats: 8 from 1959 60 • Home Victories: 14 from 1924 26 • Home Defeats: 5 in 1986 • Away Victories: 9 from 1952 53 • Away Defeats: 10 from 1959 60 • Shutouts: 7 from 1904 05 • Shutouts by Opponents: 5 from 1896 97 • Consecutive games without being shutout: 108, 2001-09 • Consecutive games without a defensive shutout: 70, 1987-93 • Winning Seasons: 12 from 1914 26 • Losing Seasons: 4 from 1958 61; 1976 79 • Conference Victories: 30 from 1952 59 • Conference Championships: 4 from 1953 56 • Games for Scoring: 84 from 1986-93 • Games Scored Against: 71 from 1987 93 • Games Blocked Punt Avoided: 31 from 1974 77

SIngle game ScorIng
• Most Points: 92 vs. Marshall, 1915 • Greatest Margin of Victory: 89 vs. Geneva, 1951 • Greatest Margin of Defeat: 130 vs. Michigan, 1904 • Most Touchdowns: 14 vs. Marshall, 1916 • Most Extra Points Made: 11 vs. vs. Rutgers, 2001; vs. Geneva, 1951 • Most Field Goals Made: 6 vs. Villanova, 1972 • Highest Losing Score: 38 vs. Pitt/3OT, 1997

SeaSon PuntIng
• Most Punts: 84 in 1996 • Fewest Punts: 34 in 1955 • Highest Average per Punt: 47.1 in 1994 • Most Blocked: 8 in 1934 • Returned for TD: 4 in 1934

SIngle game fIrSt downS
• Most: 36 vs. Washington & Lee, 1923 • Most Rushing: 33 vs. Washington & Lee, 1923 • Most Passing: 24 vs. Missouri, 1998 • Most By Penalty: 8 vs. Norfolk State, 2011; vs. Florida State, 2004 • Fewest by Opponent: 0 by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Rushing by Opponent: 0 by Western Michigan, 1996; by Maryland, 1919 • Fewest Passing by Opponent: 0 by Maryland, 1919

SeaSon Punt returnS
• Most Returns: 46 in 1993 • Fewest Returns: 16 in 1964 • Most Yards: 584 in 1965 • Most Touchdowns: 4 in 1934

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COACHING HISTORy
by cHronology
coacH Dana Holgorsen (2011) Bill Stewart (2008-10) Rich Rodriguez (2001-07) Don Nehlen (1980-2000) Frank Cignetti (1976-79) Bobby Bowden (1970-75) Jim Carlen (1966-69) Gene Corum (1960-65) Art “Pappy” Lewis (1950-59) Dudley S. DeGroot (1948-49) William F. “Bill” Kern (1940-42,46-47) Ira Errett Rodgers (1925-30, 43-45) Marshall “Little Sleepy” Glenn (1937-39) Charles C. “Trusty” Tallman (1934-36) Earle “Greasy” Neale (1931-33) Clarence Spears (1921-24) Mont McIntire (1916-17, 19-20) Sol Metzger (1914-15) E.R. Sweetland (1913) W.P. Edmunds (1912) C.A. Leuder (1908-11) Clarence Russell (1907) Carl Forkum (1905-06) Anthony Chez (1904) H.E. Trout (1903) John E. Hill (1900) Louis Yeager (1899, 1901-02) Harry Anderson (1898) George R. Krebs (1897) Thomas G. “Doggy” Trenchard (1896) Harry McCrory (1895) F. William “John” Rane (1893-94) Frederick Lincoln Emory (1891) Totals yearS 1 3 7 21 4 6 4 6 10 2 5 9 3 3 3 4 4 2 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 119 wIn 10 28 60 149 17 42 25 29 58 13 24 44 14 15 12 30 24 10 3 6 17 6 13 6 7 4 12 6 5 3 5 4 0 701 loSS 3 12 26 93 27 26 13 30 38 9 23 31 12 12 16 6 11 6 4 3 13 4 6 3 1 3 9 1 4 7 1 3 1 457 tIe 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 2 2 1 1 8 3 2 3 3 4 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 45 Pct. .769 .700 .698 .614 .386 .618 .646 .492 .602 .587 .510 .578 .534 .552 .435 .808 .667 .618 .444 .667 .561 .600 .684 .667 .875 .571 .571 .857 .550 .333 .833 .571 .000 .601

by Percentage
H.E. Trout ....................................................875 Harry Anderson ...........................................857 Harry McCrory .............................................833 Clarence Spears ..........................................808 Dana Holgorsen...........................................769 Bill Stewart ..................................................700 Rich Rodriguez ............................................698 Carl Forkum.................................................684 Mont McIntire ..............................................667 W.P. Edmunds .............................................667 Anthony Chez ..............................................667 Jim Carlen ...................................................646 Bobby Bowden ...........................................618 Sol Metzger .................................................618 Don Nehlen .................................................614 Art Lewis .....................................................602 Clarence Russell ..........................................600 Dud DeGroot ...............................................587 Ira Errett Rodgers ........................................578 John E. Hill. .................................................571 F. William Rane ............................................571 Louis Yeager ................................................571 C.A. Leuder .................................................561 Charles Tallman ...........................................552 George Krebs ..............................................550 Marshall Glenn.............................................534 Bill Kern .......................................................510 Gene Corum................................................492 E.R. Sweetland ............................................444 Earle Neale ..................................................435 Frank Cignetti ..............................................386 Thomas Trenchard .......................................333

coacHIng HIStory

by wInS
149................................................. Don Nehlen 60.............................................. Rich Rodriguez 58....................................................... Art Lewis 44.......................................... Ira Errett Rodgers 42............................................. Bobby Bowden 30............................................ Clarence Spears 29..................................................Gene Corum 28.................................................... Bill Stewart 25..................................................... Jim Carlen 24............................................... Mont McIntyre 24.........................................................Bill Kern 17................................................ Frank Cignetti 17................................................... C.A. Leuder 15............................................. Charles Tallman 14...............................................Marshall Glenn 13................................................. Dud DeGroot 13...................................................Carl Forkum 12..................................................Louis Yeager 12.................................................... Earle Neale 10.............................................Dana Holgorsen 10................................................... Sol Metzger 7 ..................................................... H.E. Trout 6............................................... W.P. Edmunds 6............................................Clarence Russell 6................................................Anthony Chez 6............................................. Harry Anderson 5................................................ George Krebs 5............................................... Harry McCrory 4.................................................... John E. Hill 4.............................................. F. William Rane 3..............................................E.R. Sweetland 3.........................................Thomas Trenchard

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MOuNTAINEER FIELD at mIlan PuSkar StadIum recordS
total offenSe PlayS
• WVU Individual: 67 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Individual: 72 by John Welsh of Idaho, 2000 • WVU Team: 96 vs. Ball State, 1994 • Opponent Team: 98 by Idaho, 2000 • Two Teams: 173, WVU vs. Louisville, 2005

PaSS comPletIon Percentage
• WVU Team: 88.0 (22-25) vs. East Carolina, 2007 • Opponent Team: 88.2 (15 17) by Virginia Tech, 2005 • Two Teams: 83.8 (26-31), WVU vs. Virginia Tech, 2005

kIcked extra PoInt attemPtS
• WVU Individual: 10 by Brenden Rauh vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponent Individual: 8 by Greg Cox of Miami, 1986 • WVU Team: 11 vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponent Team: 8 by Miami, 1986 • Two Teams: 12, WVU vs. Connecticut, 2007; WVU vs. Rutgers, 2001; WVU vs. Rutgers, 1995

IntercePtIonS tHrown
• WVU Individual: 4 by Roger Dietz vs. Syracuse, 1980; Chad Johnston vs. Pitt, 1995 • Opponent Individual: 5 by Paul Anderson of Cincinnati, 1990 • WVU Team: 4 vs. Syracuse, 1980; vs. Syracuse, 1988; vs. Pitt, 1995 • Opponent Team: 5, by Cincinnati, 1990 • Two Teams: 6, WVU vs. Syracuse, 1980; WVU vs. Temple, 1981

total offenSe yardS
• WVU Individual: 468 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011

kIcked extra PoIntS made
• WVU Individual: 10 by Brenden Rauh vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponent Individual: 7 by Greg Cox of Miami, 1986 • WVU Team: 11 vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponent Team: 7 by Miami, 1986 • Two Teams: 12, WVU vs. Connecticut, 2007; WVU vs. Rutgers, 2001

mountaIneer fIeld at mIlan PuSkar StadIum recordS

• Opponent Individual: 418 by Rod Rutherford of Pitt, 2003 • WVU Team: 643 vs. Bowling Green, 2011 • Opponent Team: 549 by Ohio State, 1998 • Two Teams: 1,081, WVU vs. Rutgers, 1995

ruSHIng yardS
• WVU Individual: 337 by Kay-Jay Harris vs. East Carolina, 2004 • Opponent Individual: 192 by Joe Morris of Syracuse, 1980 • WVU Team: 536 vs. East Carolina, 2002 • Opponent Team: 388 by Navy, 1999 • Two Teams: 720, WVU vs. Connecticut , 2007

PaSSIng toucHdownS
• WVU Individual: 5 by Pat White vs. Villanova, 2008 • Opponent Individual: 5 by Pete Gonzalez of Pitt, 1997 • WVU Team: 5 vs. Norfolk State, 2011; vs. Villanova, 2008; vs. Colorado State, 1981 • Opponent Team: 5 by Louisville, 1993; by Pitt, 1997 • Two Teams: 6, WVU vs. Miami (Ohio), 1999; WVU vs. Pitt, 1997; WVU vs. Louisville, 1993; WVU vs. South Carolina, 1989

fIeld goal attemPtS
• WVU Individual: 5 by Todd Sauerbrun vs. Louisville, 1993 • Opponent Individual: 6 by Massimo Manca of Penn State, 1986 • WVU Team: 5 vs. Maryland, 1986; vs. Louisville, 1993 • Opponent Team: 6 by Penn State, 1986 • Two Teams: 9, vs. Pitt, 2009

ruSHIng attemPtS
• WVU Individual: 41 by Amos Zereoue vs. Pitt, 1997 • Opponent Individual: 38 by LeSean McCoy, 2007 • WVU Team: 76 vs. Temple, 1985 • Opponent Team: 71 by Navy, 1999 • Two Teams: 112, WVU vs. Virginia Tech, 1987; WVU vs. Rutgers, 1987

longeSt toucHdown PaSS
• WVU Individual: 93 by Rasheed Marshall to Travis Garvin vs. Virginia Tech, 2003 • Opponent Individual: 88 by Cody Endres to Marcus Easley of Connecticut, 2009

fIeld goalS made
• WVU Individual: 4 by Tyler Bitancurt vs. Pitt, 2009; by Tyler Bitancurt vs. Liberty, 2009; by Pat McAfee vs. Rutgers, 2006; by Paul Woodside vs. Maryland, 1982; by Paul Woodside vs. Syracuse, 1982 • Opponent Individual: 4 by Ross Krautman of Syracuse, 2010; by Jeremy Ito of Rutgers, 2006; by Mickey Thomas of Virginia Tech, 1989; Brian Lowe of Boston College, 1986; by Massimo Manca of Penn State,1986 • WVU Team: 4 vs. Pitt, 2009; vs. Liberty, 2009; vs. Maryland, 1982 • Opponent Team: 4 by Norfolk State, 2011; by Syracuse, 2010; by Rutgers, 2006; by Virginia Tech, 1989; by Boston College, 1986; by Penn State, 1986 • Two Teams: 7, Pitt vs. West Virginia, 2009

ruSHIng toucHdownS
• WVU Individual: 5 by Steve Slaton vs. Louisville, 2005 • Opponent Individual: 4 by Michael Bush of Louisville, 2005; by Walter Washington of Temple, 2003 • WVU Team: 8 vs. Cincinnati, 1989 • Opponent Team: 4 by Miami, 1986; by Navy, 1999; by Temple, 2003; by Louisville, 2005 • Two Teams: 9, WVU vs. Louisville, 2005

longeSt non-toucHdown PaSS
• WVU Individual: 68 by Greg Jones to James Jett vs. Boston College, 1990 • Opponent Individual: 78 by Glenn Foley to Mark Chmura of Boston College, 1990

recePtIonS
• WVU Individual: 12 by Pat Greene vs. Pitt, 1997; by David Saunders vs. Miami, 1998 • Opponent Individual: 15 by Tony Knox of Western Michigan, 1996

longeSt toucHdown run from ScrImmage
• WVU Individual: 96 by Pat Randolph vs. Northern Illinois, 1986 • Opponent Individual: 84 by Joshua Cribbs of Kent State, 2001

longeSt fIeld goal
• WVU: 55 by Paul Woodside vs. Louisville, 1984 • Opponent: 53 by Dave Teggart of Connecticut, 2011; by Patrick Shadle of Syracuse, 2008

receIvIng yardS
• WVU Individual: 205 by Pat Greene vs. Pitt, 1997 • Opponent Individual: 186 by Antonio Bryant of Pitt, 2001

longeSt non-toucHdown run from ScrImmage
• WVU Individual: 62 by Steve Slaton vs. Cincinnati, 2006 • Opponent Individual: 86 by Curtis Martin of Pitt, 1993

Punt returnS
• WVU Individual: 9 by Mike Baker vs. Eastern Michigan, 1993 • Opponent Individual: 8 by Steve Suter of Maryland, 2002 • WVU Team: 10 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1993 • Opponent Team: 8 by Maryland, 2002 • Two Teams: 12, WVU vs. Eastern Michigan, 1993

receIvIng toucHdownS
• WVU Individual: 3 by Brad Starks vs. UNLV, 2010 • Opponent Individual: 3 by Terry Murphy of Pitt, 1997

PaSS attemPtS
• WVU Individual: 65 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Individual: 56 by Jason Martin of Louisiana Tech, 1994 • WVU Team: 65 vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Team: 56 by Louisiana Tech, 1994 • Two Teams: 93, WVU vs. LSU, 2011

PoIntS Scored
• WVU Individual: 36 by Steve Slaton vs. Louisville, 2005 • Opponent Individual: 24 by Michael Bush of Louisville, 2005; by Walter Washington of Temple, 2003 • WVU Team: 80 vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponent Team: 58 by Miami, 1986 • Two Teams: 90, WVU vs. Louisville, 2005

Punt return yardage
• WVU Individual: 168 by Nate Terry vs. Rutgers, 1997 • Opponent Individual: 142 by Steve Suter of Maryland, 2002 • WVU Team: 168 vs. Rutgers, 1997 • Opponent Team: 142 by Maryland, 2002 • Two Teams: 195, WVU vs. Rutgers, 1997

PaSS comPletIonS
• WVU Individual: 38 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Individual: 35 by John Welsh of Idaho, 2000 • WVU Team: 38 vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Team: 35 by Idaho, 2000 • Two Teams: 54, WVU vs. LSU, 2011

toucHdownS
• WVU Individual: 6 by Steve Slaton vs. Louisville, 2005 • Opponent Individual: 4 by Michael Bush of Louisville, 2005; by Walter Washington of Temple, 2003 • WVU Team: 11 vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponent Team: 8 by Miami, 1986 • Two Teams: 12, WVU vs. Louisville, 2005; WVU vs. Rutgers, 2001; WVU vs. Rutgers, 1995

toucHdownS on Punt returnS
• WVU Individual: 1 by Antonio Lewis (76 yards) vs. East Carolina, 2005; by Adam Jones (76 yards) vs. East Carolina, 2004; by Lance Frazier (64 yards) vs. Temple, 2003; by Antonio Brown (80 yards) vs. Rutgers,1999; by David Carter (14 yard return of blocked punt) vs. Maryland, 1998; by Gary Thompkins (28 yard return of blocked punt) vs. Marshall, 1997; by Rodney Allen (2 yards) vs. Miami, 1994; by Cam Zopp (fumble recovery in end zone) vs. Louisville, 1984; by Willie Drewrey (65 yards) vs. Colorado State, 1981; Fulton Walker (77 yards) vs. Richmond, 1980

PaSSIng yardS
• WVU Individual: 463 by Geno Smith vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Individual: 422 by Ken Dorsey of Miami, 2002 • WVU Team: 463 vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponent Team: 422 by Miami, 2002 • Two Teams: 669, WVU vs. Boston College, 1996

PoIntS by kIck
• WVU Individual: 15 by Tyler Bitancurt vs. Liberty, 2009; by Pat McAfee vs. Rutgers, 2006 • Opponent Individual: 13 by Brian Lowe of Boston College, 1986; by Massimo Manca of Penn State, 1986

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• Two Teams: 24, WVU vs. Rutgers, 1999

SerieS RECORDS SERIES recordS
At MountAineer Field at mountaIneer fIeld
opponent oPPonent
Auburn ball state Ball State Boston College boston college Bowling Green bowling green Cal State Fullerton cal state fullerton Cincinnati cincinnati Coastal Carolina coastal carolina Colorado colorado Colorado State colorado state Connecticut connecticut Duke duke East Carolina east carolina Eastern Michigan eastern Idaho james James Madison kent state Kent State Liberty tech Louisiana Tech Louisville Lsu LSU Marshall Maryland Miami. ohio Miami, Ohio state Mississippi State Missouri navy Navy norfolk state Norfolk State northern Northern Illinois notre dame Notre Dame ohio Ohio ohio state Ohio State Pacific penn state Penn State pitt Pitt purdue Purdue Richmond Rutgers south carolina South Carolina syracuse Syracuse temple Temple tenn-chattanooga Tenn-Chattanooga tulsa Tulsa ucf UCF unLV UNLV usf USF Villanova Virginia tech Virginia Tech Western Michigan Wisconsin Wofford

First fIrSt Met met
2008 1989 1982 1988 1988 1987 2010 2009 1981 2005 1985 1981 1993 2000 2004 1990 2009 1992 1984 2011 1997 1980 1986 1992 2007 1993 1999 2011 1986 2000 1983 1998 1983 1980 1981 1995 1980 1981 1989 1980 1981 2002 1998 2003 2010 2006 2008 1980 1981 1996 2003 2005

laSt lAst Met met
2008 1994 2004 2011 1988 2010 2010 2009 1981 2011 1985 2009 1993 2006 2000 2004 2001 2009 1994 2011 2011 2011 2010 2002 1999 2007 1993 1999 2011 1986 2000 2001 1998 1983 1992 2011 1995 1982 2010 1991 2010 2004 2002 1998 2003 2010 2010 2008 1984 2005 2007 2003 2005

laSt lAst score record Score
34-17 16-14 17-36 55-10 45-10 37-10 31-0 35-24 49-3 43-16 20-18 35-20 48-6 52-3 28-16 45-10 34-14 33-20 52-16 35-38 21-47 34-13 31-17 23-40 43-27 38-13 35-3 28-31 55-12 47-14 28-42 20-3 17-34 48-7 26-40 21-20 24-26 43-10 35-10 21-16 14-19 42-21 56-7 44-21 36-18 49-10 20-6 48-21 7-27 17-34 62-24 17-24 35-7 1-0 2-0 9-2-1 3-0 1-0 5-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 12-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 6-2 0-1 5-0 9-6 1-6 1-0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 4-0 0-1 1-0 2-5 8-6-2 0-1 2-0 14-0 2-0 9-7 9-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-1 7-6 2-0 0-1 1-0

• Opponent Individual: 1 by Andre Booker (87 yards) of Marshall, 2011; Will Blackmon (71 yards) of Boston College, 2004; by DeJuan Tribble (41 yards) of Boston College, 2004; by Steve Suter (80 yards) of Maryland, 2002; by Joey Getherall (73 yards) of Notre Dame; by Deon Maddox (72 yards) of Syracuse, 1996; by Nathaniel Brooks (20 yard return of blocked punt) of Miami, 1996; by Derrek Batson (97 yards) of East Carolina, 1992; by Marshall Roberts (63 yards) of Rutgers, 1989 • WVU Team: 1, nine times; most recent vs. East Carolina, 2005 • Opponent Team: 2, by Boston College, 2004 • Two Teams: 2, WVU vs. Boston College, 2004

Punt yardage
• WVU Individual: 437 by Mark Fazzolari vs. Virginia Tech, 2001 • Opponent Individual: 506 by Brad Maynard of Ball State, 1994 • WVU Team: 448 vs. Idaho, 2000 • Opponent Team: 506 by Ball State, 1994 • Two Teams: 857, WVU vs. Ball State, 1994

longeSt Punt
• WVU Individual: 78 by Mark Fazzolari vs. Virginia Tech, 1999 • Opponent Individual: 84 by Klaus Wilmsmeyer of Louisville, 1990

longeSt Punt return
• WVU Individual: 80 (TD) by Antonio Brown vs. Rutgers, 1999 • Opponent Individual: 97 (TD) by Derrek Batson of East Carolina, 1992

moSt IntercePtIonS
• WVU Individual: 3 by Vann Washington vs. Louisiana Tech, 1994; by Darrell Whitmore vs. Cincinnati, 1990 • Opponent Individual: 2 by many players, most recent Doug Hogue of Syracuse, 2010

kIckoff returnS
• WVU Individual: 7 by Rahsaan Vanterpool vs. Miami, 1994 • Opponent Individual: 7 by Boo Boo Gates of Bowling Green, 2011; by Nathan Jones of Rutgers, 2001; by • Gary Brown of Penn State, 1988; by Bren Lowrey of Maryland, 1988; • WVU Team: 9 vs. Miami, 1986 • Opponent Team: 10 by Bowling Green, 2011; by Connecticut, 2007; by Rutgers, 1995; by Rutgers, 2001 • Two Teams: 14, WVU vs. Connecticut, 2007; WVU vs. Rutgers, 1995

longeSt toucHdown IntercePtIon return
• WVU Individual: 97 by Vann Washington vs. Louisiana Tech, 1994 • Opponent Individual: 85 by Scott Radecic of Penn State, 1982

longeSt non-toucHdown IntercePtIon return
• WVU Individual: 83 by Barrett Green vs. Rutgers, 1997 • Opponent Individual: 73 by Curtis Wyatt of East Carolina, 1982

mountaIneer fIeld at mIlan PuSkar StadIum recordS

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kIckoff return yardage
• WVU Individual: 161 by Tavon Austin vs. Louisville, 2011 • Opponent Individual: 202 by Mike Pringle of Cal State Fullerton, 1988 • WVU Team: 234 vs. Louisville, 2011 • Opponent Team: 258 by Bowling Green, 2011 • Two Teams: 397, WVU vs. Louisville, 1993

longeSt fumble recovery return
• WVU Individual: 97 (TD) by Mike Collins vs. Missouri, 1993 • Opponent Individual: 97 (TD) by Ernie Lewis of East Carolina, 1992

fumbleS
• WVU: 8 vs. Penn State, 1980 • Opponents: 7 by Tulsa, 1998; Cincinnati, 2003 • Two Teams: 12, WVU vs. Syracuse, 1990

toucHdownS on kIckoff returnS
• WVU Individual: 1 by Tavon Austin vs. Marshall (100), 2011; by Tavon Austin (98 yards) vs. Connecticut, 2009; by Shawn Terry (100 yards) vs. Syracuse, 2000; by Nate Terry (81 yards) vs. Temple, 1999; by Nate Terry (100 yards) vs. Temple, 1997; by Nate Terry (100 yards) vs. East Carolina, 1997; by Willie Drewrey (93 yards) vs. Syracuse, 1984 • Opponent Individual: 1 by Morris Claiborne (99 yards) of LSU, 2011; by Mardy Gilyard (100 yards) of Cincinnati, 2008; by Curt Warner (88 yards) of Penn State, 1980; by Jesse Williams (94 yards) of Richmond, 1980 • WVU Team: 1 vs. Marshall, 2011; Connecticut, 2009; vs. Maryland, 2006; vs. Syracuse, 2000; vs. Temple,1999; vs. Temple, 1997; vs. East Carolina, 1997; vs. Syracuse, 1980 • Opponent Team: 1 by LSU, 2011; by Cincinnati, 2008; by Richmond, 1980; by Penn State, 1980 • Two Teams: 1, 11 times; most recent WVU vs. LSU, 2011

fumbleS loSt
• WVU: 5 vs. Syracuse, 1990; vs. Miami, Ohio, 1992 • Opponents: 5 by Cincinnati, 2003 • Two Teams: 8, WVU vs. Cincinnati, 2003

turnoverS
• WVU: 7 vs. Syracuse, 1990 • Opponents: 8, by Rutgers, 2001 • Two Teams: 10, WVU vs. Cincinnati, 2003; Cincinnati, 1990

PenaltIeS
• WVU: 16 vs. Rutgers, 2001 • Opponents: 19 by Norfolk State, 2011 • Two Teams: 28, WVU vs. Miami, 1994

longeSt kIckoff return
• WVU: 100 by Tavon Austin vs. Marshall, 2011; by Nate Terry vs. East Carolina, 1997; by Nate Terry vs. Temple, 1997; by Shawn Terry vs. Syracuse, 2000 • Opponent: 100 (TD) by Mardy Gilyard of Cincinnati, 2008

yardS PenalIzed
• WVU: 158 vs. Temple, 1983 • Opponents: 177 by Norfolk State, 2011 • Two Teams: 262, WVU vs. Norfolk State, 2011

PuntS
• WVU Individual: 10 by Mark Fazzolari vs. Virginia Tech, 2001; by Jody McKown vs. Pitt, 1981; by Curt Carion vs. Penn State, 1980 • Opponent Individual: 11 by Robert Ralston of Western Michigan, 1996; by Brad Maynard of Ball State,1994; by Wes Garner of Eastern Michigan, 1993; by Jeff Jones of Cincinnati, 1989; by Gary Liska of Rutgers, 1983 • WVU Team: 11 vs. Idaho, 2000 • Opponent Team: 11 by Western Michigan, 1996; by Ball State, 1994; by Eastern Michigan, 1993; by Cincinnati, 1989; by Rutgers, 1983 • Two Teams: 20, WVU vs. Cincinnati, 2003; WVU vs. Pitt, 1981

fIrSt downS
• WVU: 32 vs. Eastern Washington, 2006; vs. East Carolina, 1992; • Opponents: 30 by Navy, 1999 • Two Teams: 57, WVU vs. Tulsa, 1998

fIrSt downS ruSHIng
• WVU: 22 vs. Cincinnati, 1987; vs. East Carolina, 2002 • Opponents: 23 by Navy, 1999 • Two Teams: 48, WVU vs. Cincinnati, 1987

fIrSt downS PaSSIng
• WVU: 23 vs. LSU, 2011 • Opponents: 18 by Boston College, 1992 • Two Teams: 31, WVU vs. LSU, 2011

Punt average
• WVU Individual: 54.3 (7-380) by Todd Sauerbrun vs. Maryland, 1994 • Opponent Individual: 54.0 (3-162) by Dave Zastudil of Ohio, 2001 • WVU Team: 54.3 (7-380) vs. Maryland, 1994 • Opponent Team: 54.0 (3 162) by Ohio, 2001 • Two Teams: 49.5 (7-347), WVU vs. Ohio, 2001

fIrSt downS by Penalty
• WVU: 8 vs. Norfolk State, 2011 • Opponents: 5 by Louisville, 2007; by Boston College, 1996; by Penn State, 1986; by Temple, 1983

171

yEAR-By-yEAR RESuLTS
year w l t
2011 10-3-0

coacH
Dana Holgorsen

caPtaInS
Don Barclay Najee Goode Geno Smith Keith Tandy Noel Devine Chris Neild Jock Sanders J.T. Thomas Jarrett Brown Reed Williams Tito Gonzales Mortty Ivy Pat McAfee Ryan Stancheck Pat White Keilen Dykes Marc Magro Owen Schmitt Vaughn Rivers Keilen Dykes Marc Magro Owen Schmitt Vaughn Rivers Jay Henry Tim Lindsey Brandon Myles Dan Mozes Jahmile Addae Ernest Hunter Garin Justice Mike Lorello Adam Lehnortt Ben Lynch, Rasheed Marshall Jerry White Lance Frazier Brian King Grant Wiley Quincy Wilson Avon Cobourne James Davis Lance Nimmo David Upchurch Avon Cobourne Kyle Kayden Brad Knell Brenden Rauh Chris Edmonds Khori Ivy Kyle Kayden Tanner Russell Anthony Becht Marc Bulger Barrett Green Shawn Foreman Bryan Pukenas Gary Stills John Thornton Shawn Foreman Henry Slay Leroy White Charles Emanuel Chad Johnston

wvu
489

oPP.
348

year w l t
1995 5-6-0

coacH
Don Nehlen

caPtaInS
Aaron Beasley Buddy Hager Rob Keys Lovett Purnell Tom Robsock Matt Taffoni Rich Braham Tim Brown Mike Collins Mike Compton Rick Dolly Boris Graham Lorenzo Styles Steve Grant John Ray Jim Gray Rico Tyler Sam Wilson Dale Wolfley Chris Haering Adrian Moss Renaldo Turnbull Kevin Koken Bo Orlando Robert Pickett John Stroia Brad Hunt Harvey Smith John Holifield Jeff Lucas Brian Jozwiak Van Richardson Fred Smalls Tom Bowman Dave Preston Ron Wolfley Jeff Hostetler Dave Oblak Mark Raugh Darryl Talley Oliver Luck Calvin Turner Gordon Gordon Fulton Walker Rich Dugan Jim Himic Jerry Holmes Al Pisula Steve Lewis Jeff Macerelli Wayne Gatewood Tom Pridemore Ken Culbertson Steve Earley Johnny Schell Jack Eastwood Arthur Owens David Van Halanger Jeffrey Merrow Marshall Mills

wvu
253

oPP.
210

2010

9-4-0

Bill Stewart

327

176

1994 1993

7-6-0 11-1-0

Don Nehlen Don Nehlen

296 408

286 212

2009 2008

9-4-0 9-4-0

Bill Stewart Bill Stewart

340 319

282 221 1992 5-4-2 Don Nehlen

286

238

year-by-year reSultS

1991 48 28 1990

6-5-0 4-7-0

Don Nehlen Don Nehlen

187 217

224 238

2007

1-0-0

Bill Stewart

2007

10-2-0

Rich Rodriguez

467

207

1989

8-3-1

Don Nehlen

339

221

2006

11-2-0

Rich Rodriguez

505

282

1988

11-1

Don Nehlen

493

208

2005

11-1-0

Rich Rodriguez

385

214

1987 1986

660 470 731

Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen

330 210 189

212 286 158

2004

8-4-0

Rich Rodriguez

361

246

1985

2003

8-5-0

Rich Rodriguez

376

297

1984

840

Don Nehlen

259

170

1983 396 302 1982 1981 1980 356 363 1979

930 930 930 660 560

Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Frank Cignetti

322 272 284 305 185

189 151 155 299 279

2002

9-4-0

Rich Rodriguez

2001

3-8-0

Rich Rodriguez

235

268

2000

7-5-0

Don Nehlen

1999

4-7-0

Don Nehlen

292

289

1978 1977

290 560 560

Frank Cignetti Frank Cignetti Frank Cignetti

167 244 184

364 264 202

1998

8-4-0

Don Nehlen

410

265 1976

1997

7-5-0

Don Nehlen

360

280

1975

930

Bobby Bowden

283

192

1996

8-4-0

Don Nehlen

271

156

1974

470

Bobby Bowden

210

227

172

year w l t
1973 650

coacH
Bobby Bowden

caPtaInS
Walter Bragg David Jagdmann Thomas Zakowski Bernard Galiffa Robert Sims Leon Jenkins Terry King Terry Voithofer James Braxton John Hale Carl Crennel George Henshaw Baker Brown Thomas Kucer Richard Hardison Danny Williamson James Sypult Stanley Lysick Allen McCune William Sullivan Alan Hoover James Mazella Bernard Carney Peter Goimarac Glenn Holton Keith Melenyzer Jim Moss Robert Timmerman William Winter Charles Lanasa Carmen Pomponio William Lopasky Terry Fairbanks Robert Guenther Joseph Kopnisky Bruce Bosley Robert “Sam” Huff Fred Wyant Charles Donaldson Gene Lamone Thomas Allman William Jarrett Ralph Starkey Paul Bischoff

wvu
212

oPP.
266

year w l t
1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 811 640 342 640 353 550 460 550 433 820 243 640 810 810 711 10 0 1 541 541 820 631 522 521 540 342 630 630 241 432 530 640 550 810 630 710 740 320 430 230 610 541 372 510 220 210 010

coacH
Marshall Glenn

caPtaInS
David Volkin

wvu
183 151 129 117 87 137 91 111 77 152 68 141 175 282 297 267 160 169 326 161 198 208 159 109 131 91 20 113 101 236 192 204 99 146 219 73 53 28 64 92 14 58 28 24 0

oPP.
39 122 96 113 145 115 122 103 95 38 129 93 18 47 41

Charles C. Tallman Herbert Barna Charles C. Tallman Joseph Stydahar Charles C. Tallman Herbert Stewart John Vargo Earle Neale Earle Neale Earle Neale Arthur Swisher Fred Schweitzer John Doyle

1972 1971

840 740

Bobby Bowden Bobby Bowden

415 280

289 220

1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

830 10 1 0 730 541 352 640

Bobby Bowden Jim Carlen Jim Carlen Jim Carlen Jim Carlen Gene Corum

311 302 207 188 158 279

200 113 141 117 197 264

1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 1899 1898 1897 1896 1895 1894 1893 1892 1891

Ira Errett Rodgers Walter Gordon Ira Errett Rodgers Marshall Glenn Ira Errett Rodgers Clarence Keefer Ira Errett Rodgers Winchester Latham Ira Errett Rodgers Ross McHenry Ira Errett Rodgers Walter Mahan Clarence Spears Clarence Spears Clarence Spears Clarence Spears Mont McIntire Mont McIntire Mont McIntire Mont McIntire Sol Metzger Sol Metzger E.R. Sweetland W.P. Edmunds C.A. Leuder C.A. Leuder C.A. Leuder C.A. Leuder Clarence Russell Carl Forkum Carl Forkum Anthony Chez H.E. Trout Louis Yeager Louis Yeager John E. Hill Louis Yeager Harry Anderson George R. Krebs Thomas G. Trenchard Harry McCrory F. William Rane F. William Rane No Football Frederick L. Emory Robert F. Bivens Fred Graham Fred “Jack” Simons Russell Meredith Robert H.C. Kay Howard Lentz Ira Errett Rodgers Russell Bailey Harry Curry Carl P. Leatherwood Orrin H. Davis Melville Boyles Carl G. Bachmann Ernest Bell Rudolph Munk Lee Hutchinson Mont M. McIntire Thomas Leahy Thomas Leahy Paul H. Martin Paul H. Martin Harry M. Seamon Lewis O. Smith Milton S. Hodges Roscoe C. Brown A. C. Chapman Louis Yeager Henry M. White George R. Krebs William J. Bruner George H.A. Kunst Harry M. Leps

year-by-year reSultS

1964 1963

740 460

Gene Corum Gene Corum

162 154

211 201

34 82 113 53 50 38 20 96 137 106 67 95 81 29 38 74 22 233 45 87 34 104 78 23 45 101 10 52 60 72

1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955

820 460 082 370 451 721 640 820

Gene Corum Gene Corum Gene Corum Art Lewis Art Lewis Art Lewis Art Lewis Art Lewis

211 134 40 74 268 179 130 285

137 145 259 204 200 118 106 104

No Football/Influenza and World War I

1954 1953

810 820

Art Lewis Art Lewis

209 309

74 154

1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

720 550 280 461 930

Art Lewis Art Lewis Art Lewis

234

116 190 259 275 140

James Danter 225 Kereazis Konstantinos Lawrence Ciccarelli 163 227 257

Dudley S. DeGroot Peter Zinaich Dudley S. DeGroot Victor Bonfili Russell Combs Frank Reno William F. Kern William F. Kern Eugene Corum Victor Peelish

1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

640 550 261 531 430 540 460 441 261 451

252 120 122 191 124 119 85 127 70 98

84 99 126 130 79 91 126 94 94 117

Ira Errett Rodgers John Pozego Ira Errett Rodgers Russell Lopez Ira Errett Rodgers Robert Dutton William F. Kern William F. Kern William F. Kern Marshall Glenn Marshall Glenn Richard McElwee Henry Goodman John Shonk Albert Baisi Harry Clarke Alex Atty, Sam Audia

totalS: 701-457-45 (.601)

24,722

18,344

173

ALL-TIME SCORES
1891 |
n28

coacH frederIck lIncoln emory
0-72/L Washington & jefferson

(0-1)

o27 o29 n4 n14 n16

0-18/L 6-0/W 6-0/W 6-0/W 16-0/W

Morgantown

pittsburgh Athletic club Marietta W.u.p. (pitt) Virginia ohio

pittsburgh, pa. clarksburg fairmont charleston parkersburg

1905 |
s30 o7 15-0/W 12-0/W o14 o21 n4 n11 28-0/W 46-0/W 45-0/W 17-10/W 24-0/W 0-6/L 17-6/W

(8-1)
Westminster california state, pa. ohio bethany kentucky california state, pa. bethany penn state Marietta Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown california, pa. Wheeling state college, pa. Marietta, ohio

coacH carl forkum

1892

no football

1899 |
(2-1)
o11 o21 o23 n4 n30 Mt. pleasant uniontown Independents Washington & jefferson Mt. pleasant, pa. uniontown, pa. Washington, pa.

coacH louIS yeager
6-0/W 0-29/L

(2-3)

1893 |
o7 n25 n30

coacH f. wIllIam “JoHn” rane
12-0/W 12-2/W

5-23/L 17-6/W 0-20/L

grove city Washington & jefferson Marietta Waynesburg Waynesburg

Morgantown Washington, pa. Marietta, ohio clarksburg Waynesburg, pa.

n18 n25 n30

0-58/L

1906 |
s29 o6 o13 o18 o27 n3 n10 n17 n23 n29

1900 |
o6 o20 o27 n3 n5 n10 n17

all-tIme rankIngS all-tIme ScoreS

1894 |
o20 o27 n10 n17

coacH JoHn e. HIll

(4-3)
W.u.p. (pitt) Monessen Independents Marietta ohio state ohio Wesleyan california. state, pa Washington & jefferson Morgantown Morgantown Marietta, ohio columbus, ohio delaware, ohio california, pa. Washington, pa.

coacH carl forkum
6-9/L 37-0/W 11-0/W 2-4/L 25-0/W 51-0/W 0-17/L 54-4/W 0-11/L 6-29/L

(5-5)

coacH f. wIllIam “JoHn” rane
16-0/W 0-36/L 6-0/W 6-16/L Mt. pleasant greensburg Athletic Assoc. bethany Marietta

(2-2)

6-5/W 24-6/W 6-19/L 0-27/L 6-5/W 11-6/W 0-36/L

Morgantown connellsville, pa. Morgantown parkersburg

1895 |
o5 o19 o26 n9 n23 n27

coacH Harry mccrory
6-0/W 10-0/W

(5-1)

ohio connellsville Independents california state, pa. Marietta grove city carnegie tech W.u.p. (pitt) West Virginia Wesleyan penn state Washington & jefferson

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Marietta, ohio Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown state college, pa. Washington, pa.

8-0/W 6-0/W 0-4/L 28-6/W

Mt. pleasant Latrobe Independents W.u.p. (pitt) Marietta Washington & jefferson Washington & Lee

Mt. pleasant, pa. uniontown, pa. Wheeling parkersburg Wheeling charleston

1901 |
o5 o19 n9 n13 n23

coacH louIS yeager
0-12/L 37-0/W 31-0/W 0-22/L 5-0/W

(3-2)

1907 |
Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Washington, pa. Morgantown s28 o2 o5 o16 o26 n2 n9 n16 n28 n29

W.u.p. (pitt) grove city Westminster Washington & jefferson Marietta

coacH clarence ruSSell
35-5/W 55-0/W 36-0/W 65-0/W 2-4/L 0-6/L 0-10/L 27-0/W 5-13/L 11-0/W

(6-4)

1896 |
s26 o15 o16 o17 o24 n7 n13 n14 n21 n26 n26 n30

coacH tHomaS g. “doggy” trencHard
6-0/W 0-18/L 0-6/L 0-34/L 4-0/W 0-0/t 0-5/L 4-0/W 0-6/L 0-0/t 0-26/L 0-6/L grove city Lafayette Lafayette Lafayette pittsburgh Athletic club duquesne Athletic club Latrobe Independents Latrobe Independents duquesne Athletic club pittsburgh Athletic club Mahoning cycle club centre

(3-7-2)

1902 |
s27 o4 o11 o18 o22 o24 n1 n15 n19 n22 n27

Morgantown fairmont parkersburg Wheeling pittsburgh, pa.

coacH louIS yeager
11-6/W 25-0/W 0-30/L 0-6/L 23-6/W 12-6/W 0-5/L 53-0/W 0-23/L 17-5/W 78-0/W

(7-4)

pittsburgh, pa. Latrobe, pa. pittsburgh, pa. pittsburgh, pa. pittsburgh, pa. youngstown, ohio danville, ky.

Alumni and All-stars Westminster ohio state Alumni and All-stars W.u.p. (pitt) Marietta georgetown grove city Washington & jefferson Washington & Lee West Virginia Wesleyan

Morgantown Morgantown columbus, ohio Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Marietta, ohio Washington, d.c. Morgantown Washington, pa. charleston Morgantown

ohio parkersburg yMcA california state, pa. West Virginia Wesleyan Marietta navy W.u.p. (pitt) Westminster Washington & jefferson Alumni and All-stars

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown parkersburg Annapolis, Md. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Washington, pa. Morgantown

1908 |
s26 o17 o24 o31 n7 n14 n21 n28

coacH c.a. leuder
0-6/L 16-0/W 0-12/L 12-0/W 0-11/L 4-0/W 47-0/W 22-0/W

(5-3)
pennsylvania carnegie tech penn state Marietta pitt pittsburgh Lyceum bethany Westminster philadelphia, pa. pittsburgh, pa. state college, pa. parkersburg pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

1903 |
o3 o10 o16 o19

coacH H.e. trout
24-6/W 21-0/W 18-11/W 39-0/W 21-0/W 6-34/L 11-5/W 6-0/W

(7-1)
W.u.p (pitt) grove city Marietta West Virginia Wesleyan Westminster ohio state bethany Washington & jefferson Morgantown Morgantown Marietta, ohio clarksburg Morgantown columbus, ohio Wheeling Washington, pa.

1897 |
o9 o14 o16 o23 o30 n4 n5 n6 n17 n25

coacH george r. krebS
0-5/L 18-0/W 6-0/W 0-12/L 0-0/t 14-0/W 0-12/L 24-0/W 30-0/W 0-16/L

(5-4-1)

1909 |
o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n17 n25

coacH c.a. leuder
15-0/W 0-12/L 40-5/W 6-6/t 3-0/W 0-0/t 0-40/L 49-0/W

(4-3-2)
Waynesburg pennsylvania slippery Rock bucknell Marietta pitt penn state West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & jefferson Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown parkersburg Morgantown state college, pa. Morgantown Morgantown

pittsburgh Athletic club Westminster Marietta Washington & jefferson pittsburgh collegians Washington & Lee ohio ohio state bethany Latrobe Independents

pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown fairmont Washington, pa. pittsburgh, pa. charleston Athens, ohio parkersburg fairmont Latrobe, pa.

o24 o31 n14 n26

coacH antHony cHez
s24 o1 15-0/W 16-0/W

1904 |

(6-3)

5-18/L

1898 |

coacH Harry anderSon
· Champions of the South o7 24-0/W Westminster o15 6-5/W Marietta Morgantown Marietta, ohio

(6-1)

o7 o15 o22 n8 n15 n19 n24

19-11/W 0-34/L 0-130/L 0-53/L 18-0/W 6-5/W 25-0/W

Westminster california state, pa. ohio Wesleyan penn state Michigan W.u.p. (pitt) Alumni and All stars Washington u. Marietta

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown state college, pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown st. Louis, Mo. Marietta, ohio

1910 |
o1 o8 o15 o22 o29 n5 n12

coacH c.a. leuder
6-0/W 0-38/L 0-0/t 0-9/L 6-10/L 0-38/L 9-0/W

(2-4-1)
Westminster pennsylvania bethany bucknell Marietta pitt bethany Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown parkersburg pittsburgh, pa. Wheeling

174

1911 |
s30 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18 n25 n30

coacH c.a. leuder
17-0/W 3-0/W 3-0/W 17-15/W 6-5/W 0-32/L 6-10/L 36-0/W 3-5/L

(6-3)

n10 n17 Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Annapolis, Md. Morgantown Morgantown fairmont n24 n29

27-3/W 7-0/W 0-20/L 21-0/W

Waynesburg ohio Westminster Marshall Washington & jefferson navy Allegheny West Virginia Wesleyan denison

Virginia tech Washington & jefferson West Virginia Wesleyan north carolina A&M (state)

huntington fairmont clarksburg Morgantown

1924 | (8-1)

coacH clarence SPearS

1918
no football-Influenza and world war I

1912 |
o5 o12 o19 o26 n2 n9 n16 n23 n28

coacH w.P. edmundS
14-19/L 7-0/W 20-13/W 6-0/W 8-7/W 22-6/W 0-41/L 48-3/W 6-17/L

(6-3)

1919 |
s27 o4 o11 o18 o25 n1 n8 n15 n22 n27

coacH mont mcIntIre
Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantwon Marietta, ohio blacksburg, Va. Morgantown fairmont 61-0/W 55-0/W 0-26/L 27-0/W 60-0/W 25-0/W 6-14/L 30-7/W 55-6/W 7-0/W

(8-2)

· Old Mountaineer Field Opened s27 21-6/W West Virginia Wesleyan o4 35-6/W Allegheny o11 7-14/L pitt o18 55-0/W geneva o25 13-6/W centre n1 71-6/W bethany n8 34-2/W colgate n15 6-0/W Washington & Lee n27 40-7/W Washington & jefferson

Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown new york, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown charleston Morgantown

West Virginia Wesleyan Westminster geneva ohio Allegheny Marietta Virginia tech Waynesburg denison

Marietta Westminster pitt Maryland bethany princeton centre Rutgers ohio Wesleyan Washington & jefferson

Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Wheeling princeton, n.j. charleston n.brunswick, n.j. Morgantown Morgantown

1925 |

coacH Ira errett rodgerS

(8-1)

1913 |
s27 o24 o11 o18 o25 n1 n8 n15 n27

coacH e.r. Sweetland
43-0/W 45-0/W 0-40/L 0-21/L 0-0/t 14-14/t 0-34/L 0-28/L 7-0/W

(3-4-2)

1920 |
Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. fairmont Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown charleston Morgantown s25 o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n20 n25

coacH mont mcIntIre
14-0/W 7-7/t 13-34/L 81-0/W

(5-4-1)

Old Mountaineer Field Completed s26 18-0/W Allegheny o3 6-0/W davis & elkins o10 7-15/L pitt o17 54-3/W grove city o24 16-0/W West Virginia Wesleyan o31 21-0/W Washington & Lee n7 20-0/W boston college n14 14-0/W penn state n26 19-0/W Washington & jefferson

erie, pa. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown charleston boston, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown

davis & elkins Waynesburg pitt West Virginia Wesleyan Morris harvey Marietta Washington & jefferson Washington & Lee Villanova

0-24/L 3-10/L 14-10/W 17-0/W 20-0/W 0-28/L

West Virginia Wesleyan fairmont Lehigh Morgantown pitt pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown george Washington yale new haven, conn. princeton princeton, n.j. Washington & Lee charleston Rutgers Morgantown bethany Morgantown Washington Washington, pa. & jeffeson

1926 |
s25 o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n20 n25

all-tIme ScoreS

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
18-6/W 18-0/W 54-0/W 13-10/W 7-0/W 0-27/L 7-17/L 21-0/W 0-20/L 3-13/L

(6-4)

1914 |
o3 o10 o17 o22 o31 n7 n14 n21 n26

coacH Sol metzger
20-0/W 13-0/W 37-0/W 13-26/L 0-48/L 55-0/W 6-8/L 6-0/W 9-14/L

(5-4)

Marshall Morgantown bethany Morgantown Morgantown duquesne Raleigh, n.c. north carolina A&M (state) Washington Washington, pa. & jefferson davis & elkins Morgantown charleston Washington & Lee Marietta clarksburg West Virginia Wesleyan fairmont

1921 |

coacH clarence SPearS

(5-4-1)

davis & elkins Washington & Lee Allegheny georgetown West Virginia Wesleyan Missouri pitt centre carnegie tech Washington & jefferson

Morgantown charleston Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. parkersburg pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown

1915 |

· “Hail West Virginia” sung for the first time philadelphia, pa. s25 0-7/L pennsylvania o2 6-6/t Washington Morgantown & jefferson o16 33-0/W geneva Morgantown charleston o23 0-1/L Washington & Lee (forfeit) huntington n6 92-6/W Marshall n13 19-0/W Virginia tech Morgantown n19 28-0/W Marietta parkersburg n25 30-0/W West Virginia Wesleyan fairmont

coacH Sol metzger

(5-2-1)

· First Homecoming Game s24 34-3/W West Virginia Wesleyan fairmont o1 50-0/W cincinnati Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. o8 13-21/L pitt o15 7-0/W ohio Morgantown o22 0-0/t bucknell Morgantown south bethlehem, pa. o29 14-21/L Lehigh charleston n5 28-7/W Washington & Lee n12 7-0/W Virginia charlottesville, Va. new brunswick, n.j. n19 7-17/L Rutgers n24 0-13/L Washington Morgantown & jefferson (hc)

1927 |
s24 o1 o8 o15 o22 o29 n5 n12 n24

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
27-7/W 6-6/t 0-40/L 7-7/t 0-25/L 7-13/L 0-13/L 15-12/W 6-6/t

(2-4-3)

1922 |
s30 o7 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18 n25 n30

(10-0-1)
West Virginia Wesleyan fairmont Marietta Morgantown pitt pittsburgh, pa. Washington & Lee charleston Morgantown Rutgers cincinnati cincinnati, ohio bloomington, Ind. Indiana Morgantown Virginia ohio Morgantown Washington Morgantown & jefferson (hc) san diego, calif.

West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Lee pitt Lafayette georgetown carnegie tech Missouri davis & elkins Washington & jefferson

Morgantown charleston pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown columbia, Mo. Morgantown Morgantown

coacH clarence SPearS
20-3/W 55-0/W 9-6/W 12-12/t 28-0/W 34-0/W 33-0/W 13-0/W 28-0/W 14-0/W

1928 |
s22 s29 o6 o13 o20 o27 n6 n10 n17 n29

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
0-7/L 12-0/W 28-7/W 9-6/W 22-0/W 17-0/W 18-0/W 32-6/W 0-12/L 14-0/W

(8-2)

1916 |
s30 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18 n25 n30

co-coacHeS mont mcIntIre and elgIe tobIn
0-3/L 20-0/W 7-12/L 58-0/W 12-6/W 0-0/t 7-7/t 40-3/W 54-7/W

(5-2-2)

East-West Bowl d25 21-13/W

gonzaga

pennsylvania philadelphia, pa. charleston Virginia tech Annapolis, Md. navy Morgantown davis & elkins gettysburg Morgantown Rutgers new brunswick, n.j. dartmouth hanover, n.h. catholic Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan fairmont

1923 |
s24 o6 o13 o20 o27 n6 n10 n17 n29

coacH clarence SPearS
21-7/W 28-0/W 13-7/W 81-0/W 13-13/t 27-7/W 63-0/W 49-0/W 2-7/L

(7-1-1)

davis & elkins West Virginia Wesleyan haskell Institute pitt Washington & Lee Lafayette fordham oklahoma A&M (state) georgetown Washington & jefferson

Morgantown Morgantown Wheeling pittsburgh, pa. charleston easton, pa. new york, n.y. Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown

1917 |
s29 o6 o13 o20 o27 n3

co-coacHeS mont mcIntIre and elgIe tobIn
9-14/L 7-0/W 21-0/W pitt navy carlisle Indian school dartmouth gettysburg Rutgers

(6-3-1)

Morgantown Annapolis, Md. Morgantown

West Virginia Wesleyan Allegheny pitt Marshall penn state Rutgers Washington & Lee st. Louis Washington & jefferson

fairmont Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown new york, n.y. new york, n.y. charleston Morgantown Morgantown

1929 |
s21 s28 o5 o12 o19 o26 n5 n9 n16 n28

(4-3-3)
West Virginia Wesleyan davis & elkins duquesne pitt Washington & Lee oklahoma A&M (state) fordham detroit georgetown Washington & jefferson Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. charleston stillwater, okla. new york, n.y. Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
16-0/W 6-13/L 7-7/t 7-27/L 26-6/W 9-6/W 0-0/t 0-36/L 0-0/t 6-0/W

2-6/L 60-0/W 7-7/t

hanover, n.h. Morgantown new brunswick, n.j.

175

1930 |
s19 s27 o4 o11 o17 o24 n1 n8 n22 n27

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
7-0/W 26-0/W

(5-5)

1936 |
pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown charleston detroit, Mich. Washington, d.c. new york, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown chicago, Ill. s25 s26 o3 o10 o17

(6-4)
Waynesburg cincinnati pitt Washington & Lee West Virginia Wesleyan centre Western Maryland (Mcdaniel) georgetown (hc) Western Reserve george Washington Morgantown cincinnati, ohio pittsburgh, pa. charleston Morgantown Louisville, ky. Morgantown Morgantown cleveland, ohio Washington, d.c.

0-16/L 33-13/W 0-23/L 14-7/W 2-18/L 23-7/W 6-7/L 0-12/L

duquesne West Virginia Wesleyan pitt Washington & Lee detroit georgetown fordham kansas Aggies Washington & jefferson (hc) oregon Aggies (state)

coacH cHarleS c. “truSty” tallman
7-0/W 40-6/W 0-34/L 28-7/W 15-0/W

1942 |
s26 o3 o10 o17 o24 o31 n14 n21 n28

coacH wIllIam f. “bIll” kern
21-7/W 0-33/L 13-0/W 14-23/L 27-0/W 24-0/W 7-0/W 0-7/L 13-21/L Washington & Lee boston college south carolina fordham Waynesburg penn state (hc) kentucky Michigan state Miami, fla.

(5-4)

o24 o31 n7 n14 n26

26-13/W 33-20/W 0-28/L 0-7/L 2-7/L

charleston boston, Mass. Morgantown new york, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown Lexington, ky. east Lansing, Mich. Miami, fla.

1943 |
o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13

1931 |
s26 o3 o10 o17 o24 o31 n7 n14 n21 n28

coacH earle “greaSy” neale
14-6/W 7-20/L 0-34/L 19-0/W 7-9/L 0-19/L duquesne fordham pitt Washington & Lee detroit kansas Aggies (state) West Virginia Wesleyan georgetown penn state (hc) Washington & jefferson

(4-6)

Morgantown new york, n.y. pittsburgh, pa. charleston detroit, Mich. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown Wheeling

coacH marSHall “lIttle SleePy” glenn
s25 14-0/W o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n25 0-20/L 6-0/W 13-7/W 13-0/W 64-0/W 6-6/t 34-0/W 26-0/W West Virginia Wesleyan pitt Washington & Lee Xavier Waynesburg Western Maryland georgetown toledo george Washington (hc)

1937 |

coacH Ira errett rodgerS

(4-3)

(8-1-1)
buckhannon Morgantown charleston cincinnati, ohio Morgantown baltimore, Md. Washington, d.c. Morgantown Morgantown el paso, texas

0-6/L 0-20/L 6-2/W 32-0/W

7-32/L 53-6/W 26-13/W

Virginia pitt Maryland carnegie tech (hc) penn state Lehigh bethany

charleston pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown state college, pa. bethlehem, pa. Morgantown

12-7/W 0-13/L 19-0/W 13-14/L

1944 |
s23 s30 o7 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
13-26/L 32-7/W 6-24/L 6-6/t 20-0/W 28-27/W 6-0/W 71-0/W 9-40/L pitt case Virginia Maryland bethany penn state temple (hc) Lehigh kentucky

(5-3-1)

Sun Bowl j1 7-6/W

texas tech

all-tIme ScoreS

1932 |
s23 o1 o7 o15 o21 o29 n5 n12 n19 n26

coacH earle “greaSy” neale
0-3/L 0-40/L 13-14/L 14-0/W duquesne pitt temple West Virginia Wesleyan detroit Marquette georgetown Washington & Lee davis & elkins Washington & jefferson

(5-5)

1938 | (4-5-1)
pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown detroit, Mich. Milwaukee, Wis. Morgantown charleston Morgantown Wheeling

coacH marSHall “lIttle SleePy” glenn
“Alma Mater” sung for the first time s24 0-19/L pitt o1 38-6/W West Virginia Wesleyan o8 6-6/t Washington & Lee o15 0-26/L Michigan state o22 20-13/W creighton o29 27-7/W youngstown n5 0-7/L Western Reserve n12 0-14/L georgetown (hc) n19 0-13/L Manhattan n24 7-6/W george Washington pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown charleston Morgantown omaha, neb. Morgantown cleveland, ohio Morgantown new york, n.y. Washington, d.c.

pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown charleston college park, Md. Morgantown state college, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Lexington, ky.

1945 |
s22 s29 o6 o12 o19 o27 n3 n10 n17

13-26/L 34-7/W 19-0/W 19-0/W 25-12/W 0-13/L

coacH Ira errett rodgerS
42-7/W 0-20/L 42-0/W 0-12/L 12-28/L 13-13/t 7-13/L 6-19/L 0-14/L otterbein pitt drexel syracuse temple Maryland Virginia kentucky (hc) ohio

(2-6-1)

1933 |
s23 s29 o7 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18 n25 n30

coacH earle “greaSy” neale
0-0/t 7-19/L 0-21/L 0-20/L 7-13/L 7-7/t 13-13/t 6-25/L 26-13/W 14-12/W 7-2/W Washington & Lee duquesne pitt fordham temple davis & elkins Marquette Wisconsin West Virginia Wesleyan georgetown Washington & jefferson (hc)

(3-5-3)

charleston pittsburgh, pa. pittsburgh, pa. new york, n.y. philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Madison, Wis. Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown

1939 |
s30 o7 o14 o21 o27 n4 n11 n18 d2

Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. philadelphia, pa. Morgantown charleston Morgantown Morgantown

(2-6-1)
West Virginia Wesleyan pitt cincinnati Washington & Lee south carolina georgetown Manhattan (hc) kentucky george Washington Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. cincinnati, ohio charleston orangeburg, s.c. Washington, d.c. Morgantown Lexington, ky. Morgantown

coacH marSHall “lIttle SleePy” glenn
44-0/W 0-20/L 7-0/W 0-9/L 6-6/t 0-14/L 7-19/L 6-13/L 0-13/L

1946 |
s21 s28 o5 o12 o18 o16 n2 n9 n16 n23

coacH wIllIam f. “bIll” kern
13-7/W 7-33/L 42-0/W 6-0/W 0-6/L 13-0/W 0-19/L 39-0/W 0-13/L 0-21/L otterbein pitt Waynesburg Washington & Lee temple syracuse (hc) Army fordham kentucky Virginia

(5-5)

Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown charleston philadelphia, pa. Morgantown West point, n.y. Morgantown Lexington, ky. charlottesville, Va.

1934 |
s22 s28 o6 o13 o19 o27 n3 n10 n17 n29

coacH cHarleS c. “truSty” tallman
19-0/W 7-0/W 6-27/L 12-0/W 13-28/L 12-7/W 7-2/W 20-27/L 7-10/L 14-12/W West Virginia Wesleyan duquesne pitt Washington & Lee temple davis & elkins ohio fordham george Washington Washington & jefferson

(6-4)

1940 |
Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. pittsburgh, pa. charleston philadelphia, pa. Morgantown parkersburg new york, n.y. Morgantown Atlantic city, n.j. s28 o5 o12 o19 o25 n2 n9 n17 n23

coacH wIllIam f. “bIll” kern
47-0/W 7-20/L 13-17/L 32-0/W 0-19/L 12-7/W 7-7/t 9-7/W 0-17/L Westminster fordham penn state West Virginia Wesleyan george Washington Washington & Lee cincinnati kentucky (hc) Michigan state

(4-4-1)

1947 |
Morgantown new york, n.y. state college, pa. Morgantown Washington, d.c. charleston Morgantown Morgantown east Lansing, Mich. s27 o4 o11 o18 o25 n1 n8 n15 n22 n29

coacH wIllIam f. “bIll” kern
59-0/W 35-6/W 60-7/W 40-0/W 14-21/L 0-27/L 6-15/L 0-6/L 21-0/W 17-2/W otterbein Washington & Lee Waynesburg new york u. penn state Maryland kentucky Virginia (hc) temple pitt

(6-4)

Morgantown charleston Morgantown new york, n.y. state college, pa. college park, Md. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa.

1935 |
s28 o5 o12 o18 o26 n2 n16 n23 n19

coacH cHarleS c. “truSty” tallman
0-0/t 20-0/W 6-24/L 7-15/L 6-19/L 20-0/W 0-19/L 51-0/W 19-19/t West Virginia Wesleyan davis & elkins pitt george Washington temple (hc) Washington & Lee duquesne Washington & jefferson Loyola, La.

(3-4-2)

1941 |
Morgantown s27 o4 o11 o18 o25 n1 n8 n15 n22 n29 elkins pittsburgh, pa. Washington, d.c. Morgantown charleston Morgantown Morgantown new orleans, La.

(4-6)
Waynesburg navy West Virginia Wesleyan fordham kentucky Washington & Lee kansas (hc) penn state Army Michigan state Morgantown Annapolis, Md. Morgantown new york, n.y. Lexington, ky. charleston Morgantown state college, pa. West point, n.y. Morgantown

1948 |
s19 s25 o2 o9 o16 o23 o30

coacH dudley S. degroot
29-16/W 34-6/W 27-7/W 6-16/L 7-37/L 14-7/W 35-12/W

(9-3)

coacH wIllIam f. “bIll” kern
13-7/W 0-40/L 20-0/W

0-27/L 6-18/L 7-6/W 21-0/W 0-7/L 6-7/L 12-14/L

n6 48-6/W n13 0-7/L n20 20-0/W n27 16-14/W Sun Bowl j1 21-12/W

Waynesburg Wooster temple pitt penn state Washington & Lee south carolina (hc) ohio Virginia Western Reserve Maryland texas Western (utep)

Morgantown Morgantown hershey, pa. pittsburgh, pa. state college, pa. charleston Morgantown Morgantown charlottesville, Va. Morgantown Morgantown el paso, texas

176

1949 |
s17 s24 o1 o8 o14 o22 o29 n5 n12 n19 n24

(4-6-1)
Waynesburg ohio Washington & Lee pitt boston university Quantico Marines Virginia penn state (hc) texas Western Western Reserve Maryland Morgantown Athens, ohio charleston Morgantown boston, Mass. Morgantown charlottesville,Va. Morgantown Morgantown cleveland, ohio college park, Md.

coacH dudley S. degroot
42-7/W 7-17/L 28-20/W 7-20/L 20-52/L 47-26/W 14-19/L 14-34/L 13-13/t 28-20/W 7-47/L

1953 |

1950 |

(2-8/1-3 SOuTHERN)
Morgantown Lynchburg, Va. Washington, d.c. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. state college, pa. Morgantown el paso, texas

· WVU enters the Southern Conference s23 38-13/W Western Reserve s30 7-26/L Washington & Lee o6 14-21/L george Washington o14 46-7/W Richmond o21 23-27/L fordham o28 21-28/L Virginia (hc) n4 7-21/L pitt n11 0-27/L penn state n18 0-41/L Maryland n25 7-48/L texas Western

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

· Final Ranking: 10th ‑ AP; 13th ‑ UPI s26 17-7/W pitt o3 47-19/W Waynesburg o10 40-14/W Washington & Lee o16 27-6/W george Washington o24 52-20/W Virginia Military (hc) o31 20-19/W penn state N7 12-7/W Virginia Tech n14 14-20/L south carolina n21 61-0/W north carolina state Sugar Bowl j1 19-42/L georgia tech

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

(8-2/4-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown state college, pa. Bluefield Morgantown Raleigh, n.c. new orleans, La.

1956 |
s22 s29 o6 o13 o20 o27 n3 n10 n17 n23

(6-4/5-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
13-14/L 30-6/W 7-6/W 20-27/L 20-13/W 6-16/L 14-0/W 13-6/W 7-0/W 0-18/L pitt Richmond texas syracuse William & Mary penn state george Washington Virginia Military furman (hc) Miami, fla. Morgantown Morgantown Austin, texas syracuse, n.y. Williamsburg, Va. univ. park, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Miami, fla.

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

1957 |
s21 s28 o5 o12 o18 o26 n2 n9 n16 n23

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

(7-2-1/3-0 SOuTHERN)
Virginia Virginia tech Wisconsin boston university george Washington William & Mary penn state pitt Wake forest syracuse (hc) Morgantown Morgantown Madison, Wis. boston, Mass. Washington, d.c. Morgantown univ. park, pa. pittsburgh, pa. Winston-salem, n.c. Morgantown

1954 | (8-1/3-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
· Final Ranking: 12th ‑ AP o2 26-6/W south carolina o9 13-7/W george Washington (hc) o16 19-14/W penn state O23 40-6/W Virginia Military o30 10-13/L pitt n6 39-9/W fordham n13 20-6/W William & Mary n20 28-3/W north carolina state n27 14-10/W Virginia

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

6-6/t 14-0/W 13-45/L 46-6/W 34-14/W 19-0/W 6-27/L 7-6/W 27-14/W 7-0/W

columbia, s.c. Morgantown state college, pa. Bluefield Morgantown Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown charlottesville, Va.

1951 |
s22 s28 o6 o13 o20 o27 n3 n10 n17 n24

(5-5/2-3 SOuTHERN)
Waynesburg furman Washington & Lee Richmond geneva penn state Western Reserve south carolina (hc) pitt Maryland Morgantown greenville, s.c. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown state college, pa. Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. college park, Md.

1958 |
s20 s27 o4 o11 o18 o25 n1 n8 n15 n22

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS
20-9/W 18-7/W 0-34/L 24-0/W 89-0/W 7-13/L 35-7/W 13-34/L 12-32/L 7-54/L

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS
66-22/W 14-47/L 12-13/L 30-36/L 8-15/L 21-20/W 35-12/W

(4-5-1/4-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
Richmond oklahoma Indiana boston university pitt Virginia tech george Washington penn state (hc) William & Mary syracuse Morgantown norman, okla. bloomington, Ind. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown

all-tIme ScoreS

1955 | (8-2/4-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
· Final Ranking: 19th ‑ AP; 17th ‑ UPI s24 33-12/W Richmond o1 46-0/W Wake forest O8 47-12/W Virginia Military o15 39-13/W William & Mary (hc) o22 21-7/W penn state o29 39-0/W Marquette n4 13-7/W george Washington n12 7-26/L pitt n19 13-20/L syracuse n25 27-7/W north carolina state

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

Morgantown Morgantown Bluefield Morgantown Morgantown Milwaukee, Wis. Washington, d.c. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Raleigh, n.c.

14-14/t 56-6/W 12-15/L

1952 |

(7-2/5-1 SOuTHERN)

1959 |
s19 s26 o2 o9 o17 o24 o31 n7 n14 n21

· Begining of the 30‑Game Southern Conference Winning String s27 14-22/L furman Morgantown o4 49-12/W Waynesburg Morgantown o11 21-35/L penn state Morgantown cumberland, Md. o18 31-13/W Washington & Lee pittsburgh, pa. o25 16-0/W pitt n1 24-0/W george Morgantown Washington (hc) n8 39-21/W Virginia Military Roanoke, Va. n15 27-7/W Virginia tech Morgantown n22 13-6/W south carolina columbia, s.c.

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS

coacH art “PaPPy” lewIS
7-27/L 10-7/W 10-8/W

(3-7/2-2 SOuTHERN)
Maryland Richmond george Washington boston university pitt (hc) syracuse penn state southern california Virginia tech the citadel college park, Md. Morgantown Washington, d.c. boston, Mass. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Morgantown Los Angeles, calif. Morgantown Morgantown

0-7/L 23-15/W 0-44/L 10-28/L 0-36/L 0-12/L 14-20/L

1960 | (0-8-2/0-2-1 SOuTHERN)
coacH gene corum

WVu FOOTBALL By DECADE
decade
1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s total

overall record
25-20-3 55-29-2 46-27-7 63-24-10 46-45-8 48-44-4 58-38-2 54-43-5 59-53-0 77-39-2 65-49-2 86-39-0 19-7-0 701-457-45

Pct.
.552 .651 .619 .710 .505 .521 .602 .554 .527 .661 .569 .688 .731 .601

conference record
------33-9-0 25-5-3 --36-25-1 46-22-0 10-4 150-65-4

Pct.
------.786 .803 --.589 .676 .714 .694

bowlS
---1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-4 0-5 5-4 1-1 14-17

Pct.

s17 s24 o1 o8 o15 o22 o29 n5 n12 n19

8-31/L 0-15/L 0-33/L 6-6/t 0-42/L 0-45/L 13-34/L 7-7/t 6-20/L 0-26/L

Maryland Virginia tech Illinois Richmond pitt syracuse (hc) penn state boston university oregon george Washington

Morgantown Richmond, Va. champaign, Ill. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown portland, ore. Morgantown

1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 .500 .429 .000 .555 .500 .452

1961 |
s16 s23 s30 o7 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18

coacH gene corum
26-35/L 6-16/L 14-29/L 28-0/W 20-6/W 6-12/L 7-3/W 12-7/W 6-20/L 9-17/L

(4-6/2-1 SOuTHERN)
Richmond Vanderbilt syracuse Virginia tech pitt boston university Army george Washington penn state (hc) Indiana Morgantown nashville, tenn. syracuse, n.y. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. boston, Mass. West point, n.y. Washington, d.c. Morgantown Morgantown

177

COACH GENE CORuM s22 26-0/W Vanderbilt s29 14-0/W Virginia tech o6 7-0/W boston university o13 15-8/W pitt o20 27-25/W george Washington (hc) o27 22-51/L oregon state n3 28-13/W William & Mary n10 6-34/L penn state n17 49-0/W the citadel n24 17-6/W syracuse

1962 | (8-2/4-0 SOuTHERN)
Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown portland, ore. Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown syracuse, n.y.

1968 |

(7-3)

coacH JIm carlen

1974 |
s14 s21 s28 o5 o12 o19 o26 n2 n9 n16 n23

(4-7)
Richmond kentucky tulane Indiana pitt Miami, fla. (hc) penn state boston college syracuse temple Virginia tech Morgantown Morgantown new orleans, La. bloomington, Ind. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown boston, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown blacksburg, Va.

coacH bobby bowden
25-29/L 16-6/W 14-17/L 24-0/W 14-31/L 20-21/L 12-21/L 3-35/L 39-11/W 21-35/L 22-21/W

· WVU withdraws from the Southern Conference s21 17-0/W Richmond Morgantown s28 38-15/W pitt pittsburgh, pa. o5 20-31/L penn state Morgantown o11 14-7/W Virginia Military Roanoke, Va. o19 20-0/W William & Mary Richmond, Va. o26 12-27/L Virginia tech blacksburg, Va. n2 16-35/L kentucky (hc) Morgantown charleston, s.c. n9 17-0/W the citadel n16 30-20/W Villanova Morgantown n23 23-6/W syracuse Morgantown

1963 |
s21 s28 o5 o12 o19 o26 n2 n9 n16 n28

(4-6/3-1 SOuTHERN)
navy boston university oregon William & Mary pitt (hc) penn state george Washington syracuse Virginia tech furman Morgantown boston, Mass. Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown univ. park, pa. Washington, d.c. syracuse, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown

coacH gene corum
7-51/L 34-0/W 0-35/L 20-16/W 10-13/L 9-20/L 20-16/W 13-15/L 3-28/L 38-7/W

1969 |

(10-1)
Morgantown Morgantown new orleans, La. Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown Lexington, ky. Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Atlanta, ga.

coacH JIm carlen

1975 |

(9-3)
Morgantown berkeley, calif. Morgantown dallas, texas univ. park, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. syracuse, n.y. Atlanta, ga.

1964 |
all-tIme ScoreS
s19 s26 o3 o10 o17 o24 o31 n7

(7-4/5-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
20-10/W 7-3/W 0-24/L 0-14/L 23-10/W 8-37/L 26-21/W 20-19/W Richmond the citadel Rice pitt Virginia tech penn state (hc) kentucky george Washington William & Mary syracuse utah Richmond, Va. Morgantown houston, texas pittsburgh, pa. blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown Morgantown Atlantic city, n.j.

· Final Ranking: 17th ‑ AP; 18t ‑ UPI s13 57-11/W cincinnati s20 31-7/W Maryland s27 35-17/W tulane o4 32-0/W Virginia Military o11 0-20/L penn state o25 49-18/W pitt (hc) n1 7-6/W kentucky n8 31-0/W William & Mary n15 33-21/W Richmond n22 13-10/W syracuse Peach Bowl d30 14-3/W south carolina

coacH gene corum

1970 |
s12 s19 s26 o3 o10 o17 o24 o31 n7 n14 n28

Final Ranking: 20th ‑ AP; 17t ‑ UPI s13 50-7/W temple s20 28-10/W california s27 35-18/W boston college o4 28-25/W sMu o11 0-39/L penn state o18 14-16/L tulane (hc) o25 10-7/W Virginia tech n1 38-13/W kent state n8 17-14/W pitt n15 31-13/W Richmond n22 19-20/L syracuse Peach Bowl d31 13-10/W north carolina state

coacH bobby bowden

(8-3)
William & Mary Richmond Virginia Military Indiana duke (hc) pitt colorado state penn state east carolina syracuse Maryland Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown bloomington, Ind. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown univ. park, pa. greenville, n.c. Morgantown college park, Md.

coacH bobby bowden
43-7/W 49-10/W 47-10/W 16-10/W 13-21/L 35-36/L 24-21/W 8-42/L 28-14/W 28-19/W 20-10/W

1976 |
s11 s18 s25 o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n20

coacH frank cIgnettI
28-7/W 3-24/L 10-14/L 9-6/W 42-0/W 3-14/L 0-33/L 7-24/L 32-28/W 16-24/L 34-28/W

(5-6)

n14 24-14/W n21 28-27/W Liberty Bowl d19 6-32/L

Villanova Maryland kentucky Richmond temple boston college penn state (hc) Virginia tech tulane pitt syracuse

Morgantown Morgantown Lexington, ky. Morgantown philadelphia, pa. ch. hill, Mass. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. new orleans, La. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown

1965 |
s19 s25 o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n20

(6-4/4-0 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
56-0/W 34-14/W 63-48/W 25-2/W 0-41/L 6-44/L 8-28/L 31-22/W 19-41/L 37-24/W Richmond William & Mary pitt the citadel Virginia penn state kentucky Virginia tech (hc) syracuse george Washington Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown charleston, s.c. Richmond, Va. univ. park, pa. Lexington, ky. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

1971 |
s11 s18 s25 o2 o9 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n20

(7-4)
boston college california Richmond pitt (hc) William & Mary east carolina temple penn state duke Virginia Military syracuse Morgantown berkeley, calif. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown durham, n.c. Morgantown syracuse, n.y.

coacH bobby bowden
45-14/W 10-20/L 16-3/W 20-9/W 28-23/W 44-21/W 43-33/W 7-35/L 15-31/L 28-3/W 24-28/L

1977 |
s10 s17 s24 o1 o8 o15 o22 o29 n5 n12 n19

coacH frank cIgnettI
36-0/W 24-16/W 13-28/L 13-0/W 38-16/W 24-28/L 28-49/L 36-41/L 3-44/L 20-14/W 9-28/L

(5-6)

coacH gene corum

1972 | (8-4)
s9 s16 s23 s30 o7 25-6/W 28-7/W 48-10/W 35-41/L 49-34/W

Richmond Maryland kentucky Virginia temple boston college (hc) penn state Villanova pitt Virginia tech syracuse

Morgantown college park, Md. Lexington, ky. charlottesville, Va. Morgantown Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown syracuse, n.y.

coacH JIm carlen
s17 s24 o1 o8 o15 o22 o29 n5 n12 n19 15-34/L 24-13/W 13-13/t 14-17/L 9-28/L 6-38/L 14-14/t 35-0/W 21-6/W 7-34/L

1966 | (3-5-2/3-1-1 SOuTHERN)
duke William & Mary Virginia tech pitt Maryland penn state kentucky (hc) the citadel george Washington syracuse durham, n.c. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. pittsburgh, pa. college park, Md. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Washington, d.c. Morgantown

coacH bobby bowden

o14 36-39/L o21 31-19/W o28 19-28/L n4 38-20/W n11 50-24/W n18 43-12/W Peach Bowl d29 13-49/L

Villanova Richmond Virginia stanford William & Mary (hc) temple tulane penn state pitt Virginia Military syracuse

Morgantown Morgantown charlottesville, Va. palo Alto, calif. Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Atlanta, ga.

1978 |
s9 s16 s23 s30 o7 o14 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18

coacH frank cIgnettI
14-12/W 10-52/L 15-29/L 21-28/L 15-31/L 3-16/L 27-28/L 21-49/L 20-17/W 7-52/L 14-50/L

(2-9)

north carolina state

Richmond oklahoma north carolina state california syracuse (hc) Virginia tech temple penn state Virginia pitt colorado state

Morgantown norman, okla. Raleigh, n.c. Morgantown Morgantown blacksburg, Va. philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. fort collins, colo.

1967 |
s9 s16 s23 s30 o7 o21 o28 n4 n11 n18

(5-4-1/4-0-1 SOuTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS)
40-0/W 27-6/W 21-9/W 6-23/L 15-0/W 14-21/L 7-20/L 7-22/L 16-16/t 35-0/W Villanova Richmond Virginia Military syracuse pitt penn state Virginia tech (hc) kentucky William & Mary davidson Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown Lexington, ky. Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown

1973 | (6-5)
s15 s22 s29 o6 o13 o20 o27 n2 n10 n17 n24 20-13/W 24-10/W 17-10/W 14-28/L 7-35/L 17-38/L 14-62/L 20-14/W 13-25/L 42-17/W 24-14/W

1979 |
college park, Md. Morgantown champaign, Ill. Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. univ. park, pa. Miami, fla. Morgantown Morgantown syracuse, n.y. s8 s15 s22 s29 o6 o13 o20 o27 n3 n10 n17

coacH JIm carlen

coacH bobby bowden

coacH frank cIgnettI
16-38/L 14-24/L 14-38/L

(5-6)

Maryland Virginia tech Illinois Indiana (hc) pitt Richmond penn state Miami, fla. boston college Virginia syracuse

20-18/W 10-6/W 20-18/W 27-17/W 6-31/L 34-23/W 17-24/L 7-42/L

temple syracuse north carolina state Richmond kentucky (hc) boston college tulane penn state Virginia tech pitt Arizona state

Morgantown east Rutherford, n.j. Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown Morgantown tempe, Ariz.

178

1980 |

coacH don neHlen

(6-6)
Morgantown ft. collins, colo. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown honolulu, hawaii pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. philadelphia, pa. new brunswick, n.j. Morgantown

1985 |
s7 s14 s21 s28 o5 o19 o26 n2 n9 n16 n30

· New Mountaineer Field completed s6 41-27/W cincinnati s13 52-24/W colorado state s20 11-14/L Maryland s27 31-28/W Richmond o4 45-21/W Virginia (hc) o11 13-16/L hawaii o18 14-42/L pitt o25 15-20/L penn state n1 11-34/L Virginia tech n8 41-28/W temple n15 24-15/W Rutgers n22 7-20/L syracuse

coacH don neHlen
52-13/W 20-18/W 0-28/L 10-10/t 24-9/W 13-6/W 0-27/L 7-27/L 27-0/W 23-10/W 13-10/W

(7-3-1)
Louisville duke Maryland pitt Virginia tech (hc) boston college penn state Virginia Rutgers temple syracuse Morgantown Morgantown college park, Md. Morgantown Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. univ. park, pa. charlottesville, Va. Morgantown Morgantown syracuse, n.y.

1990 |
s1 s8 s22 s29 o6 o13 o27 n3 n10 n17 n22 35-24/W 10-14/L 7-9/L 38-24/W 21-26/L 28-20/W 14-27/L 19-31/L 28-3/W 7-31/L 10-29/L

(4-7)
kent state Maryland Louisville pitt Virginia tech cincinnati (hc) boston college penn state Rutgers syracuse south carolina Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown e. Rutherford, n.j. Morgantown columbia, s.c.

coacH don neHlen

1986 | 1981 | (9-3)
coacH don neHlen
· Final Ranking: 17th ‑ AP; 18th ‑ UPI s12 32-18/W Virginia s19 17-13/W Maryland s26 49-3/W colorado state o3 38-10/W boston college o10 0-17/L pitt o17 27-6/W Virginia tech (hc) o24 7-30/L penn state o31 20-3/W east carolina n7 24-19/W temple n14 20-3/W Rutgers n21 24-27/L syracuse Peach Bowl d31 26-6/W florida charlottesville, Va. college park, Md. Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown univ. park, pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Atlanta, ga. s6 s13 s20 s27 o4 o11 o25 n1 n8 n15 n22

coacH don neHlen
47-14/W 24-21/W 3-24/L 16-48/L 7-13/L 14-58/L 10-19/L 0-19/L 24-17/W 42-19/W 23-34/L

(4-7)
northern Illinois east carolina Maryland pitt Virginia tech Miami, fla. (hc) boston college penn state Rutgers Louisville syracuse Morgantown greenville, n.c. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown e. Rutherford, n.j. Louisville, ky. Morgantown

1991 |

(6-5/3-4 BIG EAST)

coacH don neHlen

1987 | (6-6)

· WVU joins the BIG EAST Football Conference · WVU celebrates 100 years of football 3-34/L pitt Morgantown A31 s7 24-17/W bowling green Morgantown s14 21-16/W south carolina Morgantown college park, Md. s21 37-7/W Maryland o5 14-20/L Virginia tech (hc) Morgantown o12 10-9/W temple Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. o19 31-24/W boston college o26 6-51/L penn state univ. park, pa. n2 28-3/W Rutgers Morgantown n9 3-27/L Miami, fla. Miami, fla. n23 10-16/L syracuse syracuse, n.y.

1982 |

coacH don neHlen

(9-3)

· Final Ranking: 19th ‑ AP; 19th ‑ UPI; 17th ‑ CNN/USA Today s11 41-27/W oklahoma norman, okla. s18 19-18/W Maryland Morgantown s25 43-10/W Richmond Morgantown o2 13-16/L pitt pittsburgh, pa. o9 20-13/W boston Morgantown college (hc) o16 16-6/W Virginia tech blacksburg, Va. o23 0-24/L penn state Morgantown o30 30-3/W east carolina Morgantown n6 20-17/W temple philadelphia, pa. n11 44-17/W Rutgers e. Rutherford, n.j. n20 26-0/W syracuse Morgantown Gator Bowl d30 12-31/L florida state jacksonville, fla.

s5 23-3/W ohio s12 3-24/L ohio state s19 20-25/L Maryland s26 3-6/L pitt o3 49-0/W east carolina o17 45-17/W cincinnati (hc) o24 37-16/W boston college o31 21-25/L penn state n7 28-16/W Virginia tech n14 37-13/W Rutgers n21 31-32/L syracuse John Hancock Sun Bowl d25 33-35/L oklahoma state

coacH don neHlen

Morgantown columbus, ohio college park, Md. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. univ. park, pa. Morgantown Morgantown syracuse, n.y. el paso, texas

1992
s5 s12 s19 s26 o3

(5-4-2/2-3-1 BIG EAST)
Miami, ohio pitt Maryland Virginia tech boston college (hc) syracuse penn state Miami, fla. east carolina Rutgers Louisiana tech Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Miami, fla. Morgantown piscataway, n.j. Morgantown

all-tIme ScoreS

coacH don neHlen
29-29/t 44-6/W 34-33/W 16-7/W 24-24/t 17-20/L 26-40/L 23-35/L 41-28/W 9-13/L 23-3/W

o17 o24 o31 n7 n14 n21

1988 |

coacH don neHlen

(11-1)

1983 |

· Final Ranking: 16th ‑ AP; 16th UPI; 15th ‑ CNN/USA Today s3 55-3/W ohio Morgantown S10 48-7/W Pacific Morgantown s17 31-21/W Maryland college park, Md. s24 27-17/W boston college ch. hill, Mass. o1 24-21/W pitt Morgantown o15 13-0/W Virginia tech (hc) Morgantown o22 23-41/L penn state univ. park, pa. coral gables, fla. o29 3-20/L Miami, fla. n5 27-9/W temple Morgantown n12 35-7/W Rutgers Morgantown syracuse, n.y. n19 16-27/L syracuse Hall of Fame Bowl d23 20-16/W kentucky birmingham, Ala.

coacH don neHlen

(9-3)

· First unbeaten‑untied regular season in WVU history · WVU wins Lambert Trophy · Final Ranking: 5th ‑ AP; 5th ‑ UPI; 5th ‑ CNN/USA Today s3 62-14/W bowling green Morgantown s10 45-10/W cal state fullerton Morgantown s17 55-24/W Maryland Morgantown s24 31-10/W pitt pittsburgh, pa. blacksburg, Va. o1 22-10/W Virginia tech greenville, n.c. o8 30-10/W east carolina o22 59-19/W boston Morgantown college (hc) o29 51-30/W penn state Morgantown n5 51-13/W cincinnati cincinnati, ohio n12 35-25/W Rutgers e. Rutherford, n.j. n19 31-9/W syracuse Morgantown Sunkist Fiesta Bowl j2 21-34/L notre dame tempe, Ariz.

1993 |

(11-1/7-0) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
coacH don neHlen
· WVU wins first BIG EAST Football Conference championship · WVU wins Lambert Trophy · Final Ranking: 7th ‑ AP; 6th ‑ CNN/USA Today s4 48-6/W eastern Michigan Morgantown college park, Md. s18 42-37/W Maryland s25 35-3/W Missouri Morgantown o2 14-13/W Virginia tech Morgantown o9 36-34/W Louisville (hc) Morgantown o23 42-21/W pitt Morgantown o30 43-0/W syracuse syracuse, n.y. n6 58-22/W Rutgers Morgantown n13 49-7/W temple philadelphia, pa. n20 17-14/W Miami, fla. Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. n26 17-14/W boston college uSF&G Insurance Sugar Bowl j1 7-41/L florida new orleans, La.

1989 |

(8-3-1)

1984 |

coacH don neHlen

(8-4)

· Final Ranking: 18th ‑ UPI; 21st ‑ CNN/USA Today s1 38-0/W ohio Morgantown s8 30-6/W Louisville Morgantown s15 14-7/W Virginia tech blacksburg, Va. s22 17-20/L Maryland Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. s29 28-10/W pitt o13 20-10/W syracuse Morgantown o20 21-20/W boston Morgantown college (hc) o27 17-14/W penn state Morgantown n3 7-27/L Virginia Morgantown e. Rutherford, n.j. n10 19-23/L Rutgers n17 17-19/L temple philadelphia, pa. Bluebonnet Bowl houston, texas d31 31-14/W tcu

· Final Ranking: 21st ‑ AP; 21st ‑ UPI; 21st ‑ CNN/USA Today s2 35-10/W ball state Morgantown college park, Md. s9 14-10/W Maryland s16 45-21/W south carolina Morgantown s23 30-21/W Louisville Louisville, ky. s30 31-31/t pitt Morgantown o7 10-12/L Virginia tech (hc) Morgantown o21 69-3/W cincinnati Morgantown ch. hill, Mass. o28 44-30/W boston college n4 9-19/L penn state univ. park, pa. n11 21-20/W Rutgers Morgantown syracuse, n.y. n24 24-17/W syracuse Mazda Gator Bowl d30 7-27/L clemson jacksonville, fla.

coacH don neHlen

COACH DON NEHLEN · Kickoff Classic A28 0-31/L nebraska s3 16-14/W ball state s10 12-17/L Rutgers s17 13-24/L Maryland s22 6-34/L Virginia tech o1 34-10/W Missouri o15 47-41/W pitt o22 6-38/L Miami o29 52-16/W Louisiana tech (hc) n12 55-17/W temple n19 21-20/W boston college n24 13-0/W syracuse Carquest Bowl j2 21-24/L south carolina

1994 |

(7-6/4-3 BIG EAST)
e. Rutherford, n.j. Morgantown piscataway, n.j. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. columbia, Mo. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown ft. Lauderdale, fla.

179

1995 |
s2 s9 s16 s23 s30 o14 o21 o28 n4 n18 n24 24-26/L 24-13/W 17-31/L 45-6/W 20-23/L 31-19/W 0-22/L 0-27/L 59-26/W 12-17/L 21-0/W

(5-6/4-3 BIG EAST)
purdue temple Maryland kent east carolina boston college syracuse Virginia tech (hc) Rutgers Miami pitt Morgantown Morgantown college park, Md. Morgantown greenville, n.c. chestnut hill, Mass. syracuse, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown Miami, fla. Morgantown

1998 |

(8-4/5-2 BIG EAST)
ohio state Maryland tulsa navy temple Miami (hc) Virginia tech syracuse Rutgers boston college pitt Missouri Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Annapolis, Md. philadelphia, pa. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. Morgantown piscataway, n.j. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. tucson, Ariz.

coacH don neHlen

coacH don neHlen
s5 17-34/L s19 42-20/W s26 44-21/W o3 45-24/W o10 37-7/W o24 31-34/L o31 13-27/L n7 35-28/W n14 28-14/W n21 35-10/W n27 52-14/W Insight.com Bowl d26 31-34/L

s6 48-7/W east carolina s13 13-15/L cincinnati s20 7-34/L Maryland o2 20-22/L Miami o11 34-15/W Rutgers (hc) o22 28-7/W Virginia tech n1 36-19/W ucf n8 35-28/W boston college n15 52-31/W pitt n22 34-23/W syracuse n29 45-28/W temple Toyota Gator Bowl j1 7-41/L Maryland

greenville, n.c. Morgantown college park, Md. Miami, fla. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown chestnut hill, Mass. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Morgantown jacksonville, fla.

1996 |
A31 s7 s14 s21 s28 o5 34-0/W 34-9/W 10-9/W 20-6/W 13-0/W 34-17/W

(8-4/4-3 BIG EAST)
pitt Western Michigan east carolina purdue Maryland boston college (hc) temple Miami syracuse Rutgers Virginia tech pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown Morgantown West Lafayette, Ind. Morgantown Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown Morgantown piscataway, n.j. blacksburg, Va. jacksonville, fla.

2004 |

coacH don neHlen

1999 |
s4 s11 s18 s25 o2 o16 o23 o30 n6 n13 n27 23-30/L 43-27/W 0-33/L 7-30/L 28-31/L 62-16/W 20-17/W 20-28/L 20-22/L 17-34/L 52-21/W

(8-4/4-2) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
Morgantown orlando, fla. Morgantown Morgantown blacksburg, Va. east hartford, conn. Morgantown piscataway, n.j. Morgantown Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. jacksonville, fla.

(4-7/3-4 BIG EAST)
east carolina Miami (ohio) Maryland syracuse navy Rutgers (hc) temple Miami Virginia tech boston college pitt charlotte, n.c. Morgantown college park, Md. syracuse, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Miami, fla. Morgantown chestnut hill, Mass. Morgantown

coacH rIcH rodrIguez

coacH don neHlen

o19 30-10/W o26 7-10/L n2 7-30/L n9 55-14/W n23 14-31/L Toyota Gator Bowl j1 13-20/L north carolina

s4 56-23/W east carolina s11 45-20/W ucf s18 19-16/W ot Maryland s25 45-10/W james Madison o2 13-19/L Virginia tech o13 31-19/W connecticut o21 27-6/W syracuse o30 35-30/W Rutgers n6 42-21/W temple (hc) n13 17-36/L boston college n25 13-16/L pitt Toyota Gator Bowl j1 18-30/L florida state

all-tIme ScoreS

1997 |
A30 42-31/W s6 24-17/W s13 24-31/L s27 28-17/W o4 48-0/W o11 31-14/W o25 30-17/W n1 10-40/L n15 41-21/W n22 14-21/L n28 38-41/L 3ot Carquest Bowl d29 30-35/L

(7-5/4-3 BIG EAST)
Marshall east carolina boston college Miami Rutgers (hc) Maryland Virginia tech syracuse temple notre dame pitt georgia tech Morgantown Morgantown chestnut hill, Mass. Miami, fla. Morgantown college park, Md. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Morgantown south bend, Ind. Morgantown ft. Lauderdale, fla.

2000 |
s2 34-14/W s16 30-17/W s23 10-47/L s28 29-24/W o7 28-16/W o12 20-48/L o21 28-42/L n4 27-31/L n1131-24/W 2ot n18 42-24/W n24 28-38/L Music City Bowl d28 49-38/W

(7-5/3-4 BIG EAST)
boston college Maryland Miami temple Idaho Virginia tech notre dame syracuse (hc) Rutgers east carolina pitt Mississippi Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown philadelphia, pa. Morgantown blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown piscataway, n.j. Morgantown pittsburgh, pa. nashville, tenn.

2005 |

coacH don neHlen

coacH don neHlen

(11-1/7-0) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
coacH rIcH rodrIguez
· Final Ranking: 5th ‑ AP; 6th ‑ ESPN/USA Today syracuse, n.y. s4 15-7/W syracuse s10 35-7/W Wofford Morgantown s17 31-19/W Maryland college park, Md. s24 20-15/W east carolina Morgantown o1 17-34/L Virginia tech Morgantown o8 27-14/W Rutgers piscataway, n.j. o15 46-44/W 3ot Louisville (hc) Morgantown n2 45-13/W connecticut Morgantown n9 38-0/W cincinnati cincinnati, ohio n24 45-13/W pitt Morgantown tampa, fla. d3 28-13/W usf Nokia Sugar Bowl j2 38-35/W georgia Atlanta, ga.

2001 |

(3-8/1-6 BIG EAST)
boston college ohio kent state Maryland Virginia tech notre dame Miami Rutgers (hc) syracuse temple pitt boston, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown college park, Md. Morgantown south bend, Ind. Miami, fla. Morgantown syracuse, n.y. Morgantown Morgantown

WINNINGEST DATES IN WVu HISTORy By PERCENTAGE
(minimum 5 games played)
1. Sept. 9 ............ 6-0-0 ............ 1.000 Sept. 11 .......... 5-0-0 ............ 1.000 3. Nov. 27 .......... 10-1-0 ............. .909 4. Sept. 26 ......... 12-2-0 ............. .857 Sept. 10 .......... 6-1-0 .............. .857 6. Oct. 20 .......... 11-2-0 ............. .846 7. Sept. 4 ............ 5-1-0 .............. .833 Sept. 14 .......... 5-1-0 .............. .833 9. Nov. 20 ........... 9-2-0 .............. .818 10. Sept. 6 ............ 4-1-0 .............. .800 Sept. 12 .......... 4-1-0 .............. .800 Sept. 27 ......... 12-3-0 ............. .800 Nov. 15 .......... 12-3-0 ............. .800

coacH rIcH rodrIguez
s1 s8 s22 s29 o6 o13 o25 n3 n10 n17 n24 10-34/L 20-3/W 34-14/W 20-32/L 0-35/L 24-34/L 3-45/L 80-7/W 13-24/L 14-17/L 17-23/L

2006 |

(11-2/5-2 BIG EAST)

2002 |

(9-4/6-1 BIG EAST)

coacH rIcH rodrIguez

Sunday ................. 3-1-0 .............. .750 Monday ................ 7-5-0 .............. .583 Tuesday ............... 5-2-1 .............. .688 Wednesday ......... 16-3-0 ............. .842 Thursday............ 35-31-3 ............ .529 Friday ................. 28-33-1 ............ .460 Saturday ......... 607-382-40 ......... .609

record by day of tHe week

· Final Ranking: 25th ‑ AP; 20th ‑ ESPN/USA Today A31 56-7/W tennesseeMorgantown chattanooga s7 17-34/L Wisconsin Madison, Wis. cincinnati, ohio s14 35-32/W cincinnati s28 37-17/W east carolina Morgantown o5 17-48/L Maryland Morgantown piscataway, n.j. o12 40-0/W Rutgers o19 34-7/W syracuse (hc) Morgantown o26 23-40/L Miami Morgantown n2 46-20/W temple philadelphia, pa. n9 24-14/W boston college Morgantown n20 21-18/W Virginia tech blacksburg, Va. n30 24-17/W pitt pittsburgh, pa. Continental Tire Bowl d28 22-48/L Virginia charlotte, n.c.

· Final Ranking: 10th ‑ AP; 10th ‑ ESPN/USA Today s2 42-10/W Marshall Morgantown s9 52-3/W eastern Morgantown Washington s14 45-24/W Maryland Morgantown greenville, n.c. s23 27-10/W east carolina o7 42-14/W Mississippi state starkville, Miss. o14 41-17/W syracuse (hc) Morgantown o20 37-11/W connecticut east hartford, conn. n2 34-44/L Louisville Louisville, ky. n11 42-24/W cincinnati Morgantown n16 45-27/W pitt pittsburgh, pa. n25 19-24/L usf Morgantown d2 41-39/W 3ot Rutgers Morgantown Toyota Gator Bowl jacksonville, fla. j1 38-35/W georgia tech

coacH rIcH rodrIguez

2007 | (11-2/5-2) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
coacH rIcH rodrIguez
· Final Ranking: 6th ‑ AP; 6th ‑ ESPN/USA Today · WVU wins Lambert Trophy s1 62-24/W Western Michigan Morgantown huntington, W.Va. s8 48-23/W Marshall college park, Md. s13 31-14/W Maryland s22 48-7/W east carolina Morgantown s28 13-21/L usf tampa, fla. syracuse, n.y. o6 55-14/W syracuse o20 38-13/W Mississippi Morgantown state (hc) piscataway, n.j. o27 31-3/W Rutgers n8 38-31/W Louisville Morgantown n17 28-23/W cincinnati cincinnati, ohio n24 66-21/W connecticut Morgantown d1 9-13/L pitt Morgantown Tostitos Fiesta Bowl j2 48-28/W oklahoma glendale, Ariz.

2003 |
A30 17-24/L

(8-5/6-1) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
coacH rIcH rodrIguez
Wisconsin Morgantown

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2008 |

coacH bIll Stewart

(9-4/5-2 BIG EAST)
Morgantown greenville, n.c. boulder, colo. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown east hartford, conn. Morgantown Louisville, ky. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown charlotte, n.c.

· Final Ranking: 23rd ‑ AP A30 48-21/W Villanova s6 3-24/L east carolina s18 14-17/L ot colorado s27 27-3/W Marshall o4 24-17/W Rutgers o11 17-6/W syracuse (hc) o23 34-17/W Auburn n1 35-13/W connecticut n8 23-26/L ot cincinnati n22 35-21/W Louisville n28 15-19/L pitt d6 13-7/W usf Meineke Car Care Bowl d27 31-30/W north carolina

ALL-TIME RECORD By DAy
weSt vIrgInIa’S record by date
Aug. 28 ................. 0-1-0 .............. .000 Aug. 30 ................. 2-1-0 .............. .667 Aug. 31 ................. 2-1-0 .............. .667 Sept. 1 .................. 3-1-0 .............. .750 Sept. 2 .................. 3-1-0 .............. .750 Sept. 3 .................. 3-0-0 ............ 1.000 Sept. 4 .................. 5-1-0 .............. .833 Sept. 5 .................. 2-1-1 .............. .625 Sept. 6 .................. 4-1-0 .............. .800 Sept. 7 .................. 3-1-0 .............. .750 Sept. 8 .................. 3-2-0 .............. .600 Sept. 9 .................. 6-0-0 ............ 1.000 Sept. 10 ................ 6-1-0 .............. .857 Sept. 11 ................ 5-0-0 ............ 1.000 Sept. 12 ................ 4-1-0 .............. .800 Sept. 13 ................ 5-2-0 .............. .714 Sept. 14 ................ 5-1-0 .............. .833 Sept. 15 ................ 2-1-0 .............. .667 Sept. 16 ................ 4-3-0 .............. .571 Sept. 17 ................ 6-3-0 .............. .667 Sept. 18 ................ 4-4-0 .............. .500 Sept. 19 ................ 8-3-0 .............. .727 Sept. 20 ................ 3-3-0 .............. .500 Sept. 21 ................ 6-2-1 .............. .722 Sept. 22 ................ 7-6-0 .............. .538 Sept. 23 ................ 6-5-1 .............. .591 Sept. 24 ................ 9-5-0 .............. .643 Sept. 25 ............... 10-4-0 ............. .714 Sept. 26 ............... 12-2-0 ............. .857 Sept. 27 ............... 12-3-0 ............. .800 Sept. 28 ............... 10-4-2 ............. .656 Sept. 29 ................ 7-5-0 .............. .583 Sept. 30 ................ 5-7-1 .............. .423 Oct. 1 .................. 12-3-2 ............. .765 Oct. 2 .................. 10-6-2 ............. .611 Oct. 3 ................... 8-4-1 .............. .654 Oct. 4 .................. 11-4-0 ............. .733 Oct. 5 ................... 7-8-1 .............. .469 Oct. 6 .................. 10-6-0 ............. .625 Oct. 7 ................... 9-7-0 .............. .563 Oct. 8 ................... 5-5-2 .............. .500 Oct. 9 ................... 9-6-0 .............. .600 Oct. 10 ................. 7-5-0 .............. .583 Oct. 11 ................ 8-10-0 ............. .444 Oct. 12 ................. 7-5-0 .............. .583 Oct. 13 ................ 11-3-0 ............. .786 Oct. 14 ................ 11-4-1 ............. .719 Oct. 15 ................. 7-6-2 .............. .533 Oct. 16 ................ 15-4-0 ............. .789 Oct. 17 ................ 10-5-0 ............. .667 Oct. 18 ................. 5-9-0 .............. .357 Oct. 19 ................ 11-4-0 ............. .667 Oct. 20 ................ 11-2-0 ............. .846 Oct. 21 ................ 6-12-1 ............. .342 Oct. 22 ................. 6-9-1 .............. .406 Oct. 23 ................. 9-8-1 .............. .527 Oct. 24 ................ 11-7-0 ............. .611 Oct. 25 ................. 7-6-1 .............. .536 Oct. 26 ................. 4-9-0 .............. .308 Oct. 27 ................. 6-9-3 .............. .417 Oct. 28 ................. 6-5-1 .............. .542 Oct. 29 ................. 7-8-1 .............. .469 Oct. 30 ................. 6-9-1 .............. .406 Oct. 31 ................. 7-8-0 .............. .467 Nov. 1 ................... 9-6-1 .............. .594 Nov. 2 ................... 8-8-0 .............. .500 Nov. 3 ................... 7-4-1 .............. .625 Nov. 4 .................. 13-5-1 ............. .737 Nov. 5 ................... 6-7-2 .............. .467 Nov. 6 .................. 13-3-2 ............. .778 Nov. 7 .................. 11-3-1 ............. .767 Nov. 8 .................. 10-5-1 ............. .656 Nov. 9 .................. 11-4-1 ............. .719 Nov. 10 ................. 7-9-0 .............. .438 Nov. 11 ................. 7-7-2 .............. .500 Nov. 12 ................ 10-3-1 ............. .750 Nov. 13 ................. 9-9-0 .............. .500 Nov. 14 ................ 11-6-0 ............. .647 Nov. 15 ................ 12-3-0 ............. .800 Nov. 16 ................. 7-5-1 .............. .577 Nov. 17 ................ 10-9-0 ............. .526 Nov. 18 ................. 6-7-1 .............. .464 Nov. 19 ................. 6-8-1 .............. .433 Nov. 20 ................. 9-2-0 .............. .818 Nov. 21 ................. 7-5-0 .............. .583 Nov. 22 ................. 7-8-0 .............. .467 Nov. 23 ................. 6-7-0 .............. .462 Nov. 24 ................. 9-6-1 .............. .594 Nov. 25 ................ 10-7-0 ............. .588 Nov. 26 ................. 4-4-1 .............. .500 Nov. 27 ................ 10-1-0 ............. .909 Nov. 28 ................. 4-7-0 .............. .364 Nov. 29 ................. 6-3-0 .............. .667 Nov. 30 ................. 6-4-0 .............. .600 Dec. 1 ................... 1-1-0 .............. .500 Dec. 2 ................... 1-1-0 .............. .500 Dec. 3 ................... 1-0-0 ............ 1.000 Dec. 4 ................... 1-0-0 ............ 1.000 Dec. 5 ................... 1-0-0 ............ 1.000 Dec. 6 ................... 1-0-0 ............ 1.000 Dec. 19 ................. 0-1-0 .............. .000 Dec. 23 ................. 1-0-0 ............ 1.000 Dec. 25 ................. 1-1-0 .............. .500 Dec. 26 ................. 0-1-0 .............. .000 Dec. 27 ................. 1-0-0 ............ 1.000 Dec. 28 ................. 1-2-0 .............. .333 Dec. 29 ................. 0-2-0 .............. .000 Dec. 30 ................. 1-2-0 .............. .333 Dec. 31 ................. 3-0-0 ............ 1.000 Jan. 1 ................... 3-6-0 .............. .333 Jan. 2 ................... 2-2-0 .............. .500 Jan. 4 ................... 1-0-0 ............ 1.000

2009 |

coacH bIll Stewart

(9-4/5-2 BIG EAST)

· Final Ranking: 22nd – USA Today Coaches, 25th ‑ AP s5 33-20/W Liberty Morgantown s12 35-20/W east carolina Morgantown s19 30-41/L Auburn Auburn, Ala. o1 35-21/W colorado Morgantown syracuse, n.y. o10 34-13/W syracuse o17 24-7/W Marshall Morgantown o24 28-24/W connecticut (hc) Morgantown tampa, fla. o30 19-30/L usf n7 17-9/W Louisville Morgantown n13 21-24/L cincinnati cincinnati, ohio n27 19-16/W pitt Morgantown piscataway, n.j. d5 24-21/W Rutgers Konica Minolta Gator Bowl j1 21-33/L florida state jacksonville, fla.

all-tIme ScoreS

2010 | (9-4/5-2) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
COACH BILL STEWART s4 31-0/W coastal carolina s10 24-21/W ot Marshall s18 31-17/W Maryland s25 14-20/L Lsu o9 49-10/W unLV o14 20-6/W usf o23 14-19/L syracuse (hc) o29 13-16/L (ot) connecticut n13 37-10/W cincinnati n20 17-10/W Louisville n26 35-10/W pitt d4 35-14/W Rutgers Champs Sports Bowl d28 7-23/L nc state Morgantown huntington, W.Va. Morgantown baton Rouge, La. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown east hartford, conn. Morgantown Louisville, ky. pittsburgh, pa. Morgantown orlando, fla.

2011 | (10-3/5-2) BIG EAST CHAMPIONS
Final Ranking: No. 17‑ AP, No. 18 – USA Today Coaches WVU wins Lambert Trophy Final BIG EAST season s4 34-13/W Marshall Morgantown s10 55-12/W norfolk state Morgantown s17 37-31/W Maryland college park, Md. s24 21-47/L Lsu Morgantown o1 55-10/W bowling green (hc) Morgantown o8 43-16/W connecticut Morgantown o21 23-49/L syracuse syracuse, n.y. piscataway, n.j. o29 41-31/W Rutgers n5 35-38/L Louisville Morgantown n12 24-21/W cincinnati cincinnati, ohio n25 21-20/W pitt Morgantown d1 30-27/W usf tampa, fla. Discover Orange Bowl j4 70-33/W clemson Miami gardens, fla.

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SERIES RECORDS
OPPONENT Allegheny Arizona State Army Auburn Ball State Bethany, W.Va. Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Bucknell California California, Pa. Cal State Fullerton Carlisle Indian School Carnegie Mellon Case Catholic University Centre Cincinnati Citadel, The Clemson Coastal Carolina Colgate Colorado Colorado State Connecticut Creighton Dartmouth Davidson Davis & Elkins Denison Detroit Drexel Duquesne Duke East Carolina Eastern Michigan Fordham Florida Florida State Furman Geneva Georgetown George Washington Georgia Georgia Tech Gettysburg Gonzaga Grove City Haskell Institute FIRST MET 1911 1979 1941 2008 1989 1894 1925 1949 1988 1909 1971 1900 1988 1917 1906 1944 1916 1896 1921 1959 1989 2010 1924 2008 1970 2004 1938 1916 1967 1913 1911 1929 1945 1914 1966 1970 1993 1928 1981 1982 1951 1912 1902 1920 2006 1953 1916 1922 1899 1928 LAST MET 1926 1979 1961 2009 1994 1944 2003 1963 2011 1921 1978 1907 1988 1917 1943 1944 1916 1936 2011 1968 2012 2010 1924 2009 1981 2011 1938 1917 1967 1935 1912 1932 1945 1935 1985 2009 1993 1954 1993 2009 1963 1951 1939 1966 2006 2007 1917 1922 1925 1928 W 5 0 1 1 2 13 3 3 0 1 6 1 1 3 1 1 3 16 5 1 1 1 1 3 7 1 0 1 9 0 0 1 4 1 18 1 3 1 0 3 4 4 17 1 1 2 1 6 1 L 1 1 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 3 3 3 0 8 1 3 1 0 7 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPPONENT Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana James Madison Kansas Kansas State Kent State Kentucky Lafayette Lehigh Liberty Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola. La. LSU Manhattan Marietta Marquette Marshall Maryland Miami, Fla. Miami, Ohio Michigan Michigan State Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri Morris Harvey Navy Nebraska New York University Norfolk State North Carolina North Carolina State Northern Illinois Notre Dame Ohio State Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Otterbein Pacific Penn State Pennsylvania Pitt Princeton FIRST MET 1980 2000 1960 1922 2004 1941 1930 1975 1905 1896 1920 2009 1992 1984 1935 2010 1938 1894 1932 1911 1919 1942 1992 1904 1938 2000 2006 1926 1913 1907 1994 1947 2011 1996 1914 1986 1989 1897 1897 1900 1958 1928 1960 1930 1945 1983 1904 1908 1895 1919 LAST MET 1980 2000 1973 1974 2004 1941 1931 2001 1983 1928 1944 2009 1994 2011 1935 2011 1939 1922 1955 2011 2011 2003 1992 1904 1942 2000 2007 1998 1913 1999 1994 1947 2011 2000 2010 1986 2001 1998 2001 1919 2008 1987 1963 1962 1947 1983 1992 1916 2011 1920 W 0 1 1 3 1 1 1 4 8 1 2 1 2 10 0 0 0 16 2 11 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 5 1 0 1 13 3 2 2 0 0 3 1 9 0 1 L 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 2 2 6 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 OPPONENT Purdue Rice Richmond Rutgers Saint Louis Slippery Rock South Carolina Southern Cal Southern Methodist Stanford Syracuse Temple Tennessee-Chattanooga Texas TCu Texas Tech Texas Western (UTEP) Toledo Tulane Tulsa UCF UNLV USF Utah Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Military Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee Washington, Mo. Waynesburg Western Maryland Western Michigan Western Reserve Westminster West Virginia Wesleyan William & Mary Wisconsin Wofford Wooster Xavier, Ohio Yale Youngstown State Non intercollegiate teams FIRST MET 1995 1964 1950 1916 1923 1909 1939 1959 1975 1972 1945 1932 2002 1956 1984 1937 1948 1937 1969 1998 2003 2010 2005 1964 1961 1913 1898 1952 1912 1955 1891 1895 1904 1899 1936 1996 1936 1897 1902 1954 1933 2005 1948 1937 1920 1938 LAST MET 1996 1964 1982 2011 1923 1910 1994 1959 1975 1972 2011 2004 2002 1956 1984 1937 1950 1937 1979 1998 2004 2010 2011 1964 1962 2000 2002 1972 2005 1957 1935 1953 1904 1953 1937 1996 1951 1940 1941 1972 2003 2005 1948 1937 1920 1938 W 1 0 21 33 1 1 7 0 1 0 L 1 1 3 4 0 0 4 1 0 1 T 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

21 11 1

11 1

27 32 0 24 12 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 4 0 1 6 11 2 27 1 16 2 1 4 14 29 15 0 1 1 1 0 1 17 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

SerIeS recordS

25 21 2 16 0 0 1 4 0 0 3 0 6 1 0 0 1 5 0 4 5 4 0 2 1 2 2 0 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 12 1 28 22 1 12 20 2

48 2

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BOWL GAMES
1922 EAST-WEST BOWL
December 25 - San Diego, Calif.

1949 SuN BOWL
January 1 - El Paso, Texas

1964 LIBERTy BOWL
December 19 - Atlantic City, N.J.

west virginia ......................................21 gonzaga .............................................13
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 7 gonzaga 0
1st
WV nick nardacci 12 run (gustavius ekberg kick) Russ Meredith 80 interception return (ekberg kick) jack simons 16 pass from nardacci (ekberg kick) Matt bross 55 pass from stockton (kick fail) bross 2 run (stockton kick)

west virginia ......................................21 texas western ....................................12
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 texas western 0
2nd
tW WV harvey gabriel 1 run (kick fail) clarence cox 25 pass from jimmy Walthall (gene simmons kick) jim devonshire 9 run (simmons kick) devonshire 1 run (simmons kick) fred Wendt 60 run (kick fail)

utah ....................................................32 west virginia ........................................6
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 utah 3
1st
UT UT ut ut WV Roy Jefferson 32 field goal Jefferson 35 field goal ernest Allen 11 run (jefferson kick) Ron coleman 53 run (pass fail) Milt clegg 6 pass from Allen Mccune (pass fail) Andy Ireland 47 run (run fail) William Morley 33 pass from Richard groth (jerry pullman kick)

2 7 0

3 7 0

4 0 13

ToTal 21 13

2 7 6

3 14 0

4 0 6

ToTal 21 12

2 0 16

3 6 6

4 0 7

ToTal 6 32

2nd
WV

2nd

3rd
WV WV

3rd
WV

4th
tW

3rd
ut

4th
gZ gZ

ATTENDANCE: 13,000

4th
ut

ATTENDANCE: 15,000

ATTENDANCE: 6,059

1938 SuN BOWL
January 1 - El Paso, Texas

1954 SuGAR BOWL
January 1 - New Orleans, La.

1969 PEACH BOWL
December 30 - Atlanta, Ga.

west virginia ........................................7 texas tech............................................6
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 texas tech 0
2nd
WV tt davey Isaac 1 run (kelly Moan kick) calhoun 4 run (kick fail)

georgia tech ......................................42 west virginia ......................................19
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 georgia tech 14
1st
gt gt sam hensley 21 pass from pepper Rodgers (Rodgers kick) jimmy durham 2 pass from Rodgers (Rodgers kick) danny Williams 5 run (kick fail) henry hair 12 pass from Rodgers (kick fail) Rodgers 18 field goal Leon hardeman 23 rush (kick fail) joe Marconi 1 run (tommy Allman kick) Ruffin 43 run (kick fail) Allman 1 run (kick fail) bill teas 9 run (glenn turner kick)

west virginia ......................................14 South carolina .....................................3
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 7 South carolina 0
1st
WV bob gresham 10 run (jim braxton kick)

2 7 6

3 0 0

4 0 0

ToTal 7 6

2 6 6

3 0 9

4 13 13

ToTal 19 42

2 0 3

3 0 0

4 7 0

ToTal 14 3

2nd
SC Bill Dupree 37 field goal

ATTENDANCE: 12,000

2nd
WV gt

4th
WV jim braxton 1 run (braxton kick)

ATTENDANCE: 48,452

3rd
GT gt WV GT WV gt

4th

ATTENDANCE: 71,666

183

1972 PEACH BOWL
December 29 – Atlanta, Ga.

1981 PEACH BOWL
December 31 – Atlanta, Ga.

1983 HALL OF FAME BOWL
December 23 – Birmingham, Ala.

north carolina State ..........................49 west virginia ......................................13
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 13 nc State 7
1st
WV Frank Nester 27 field goal WV Nester 39 field goal ncs don buckey 37 pass from dave buckey (Ron sewell kick) WV danny buggs 4 pass from bernie galiffa (nester kick) ncs stan fritts 1 run (sewell kick)

west virginia ......................................26 florida ..................................................6
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 7 florida 0
1st
WV Mickey Walczak 7 pass from oliver Luck (paul Woodside kick)

west virginia ......................................20 kentucky ............................................16
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 3 kentucky 0
1st
WV Paul Woodside 39 field goal uk Randy jenkins 26 pass from tony Mayes (john hutcherson kick) Hutcherson 32 field goal Rich hollins 16 pass from jeff hostetler (Woodside kick)

2 0 7

3 0 21

4 0 14

ToTal 13 49

2 9 0

3 3 0

4 7 6

ToTal 26 6

2 0 10

3 7 0

4 10 6

ToTal 20 16

2nd
WV Woodside 35 field goal WV Woodside 42 field goal WV Woodside 49 field goal WV Woodside 24 field goal

2nd
UK WV

2nd

3rd

3rd 4th

3rd
ncs don buckey 2 run (sewell kick) ncs fritts 1 run (sewell kick) ncs fritts 4 run (sewell kick)

4th
WV fL Walczak 1 run (Woodside kick) chris faulkner 22 pass from bob hewko (pass fail)

4th

bowl gameS

ncs pat hovance 14 pass from dave buckey (sewell kick) ncs Willie burden 7 run (sewell kick)

ATTENDANCE: 37,582

Rob bennett 2 pass from hostetler (Woodside kick) WV Woodside 23 field goal uk joe phillips 13 pass from bill Ransdell (kick fail)

WV

ATTENDANCE: 42,000

ATTENDANCE: 52,671

1975 PEACH BOWL
December 31 – Atlanta, Ga.

1982 GATOR BOWL
December 30 – Jacksonville, Fla.

1984 BLuEBONNET BOWL
December 31 – Houston, Texas

west virginia ......................................13 north carolina State ..........................10
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 nc State 7
1st
ncs Ricky Adams 1 run (jay sherrill kick)

florida State.......................................31 west virginia ......................................12
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 florida State 3
1st
FS WV fs WV fs Philip Hall 20 field goal Paul Woodside 48 field goal billy Allen 95 kickoff return (hall kick) Woodside 34 field goal dennis Mckinnon 27 pass from blair Williams (hall kick) greg Allen 29 run (hall kick) Allen 1 run (hall kick) darrell Miller 26 pass from kevin White (pass fail)

west virginia ......................................31 tcu .....................................................14
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 14 tcu 7
1st
WV john gay 2 pass from kevin White (paul Woodside kick) tcu dan sharp 5 pass from Anthony gulley (ken ozee kick) WV gary Mullen 62 pass from White (Woodside kick)

2 6 3

3 0 0

4 7 0

ToTal 13 10

2 6 14

3 0 14

4 6 0

ToTal 12 31

2 17 0

3 0 7

4 0 0

ToTal 31 14

2nd
NCS Sherrill 21 field goal WV Artie owens 39 pass from dan kendra (kick fail) WV scott Macdonald 50 pass from kendra (bill Mckenzie kick)

2nd

4th 3rd

2nd
WV John Holifield 1 run (Woodside kick) WV Ron Wolfley 5 pass from White (Woodside kick) WV Woodside 21 field goal tcu keith burnett 20 pass from gully (ozee kick)

ATTENDANCE: 45,134

fs fs

4th
WV

3rd

ATTENDANCE: 80,913

ATTENDANCE: 43,260

184

1987 JOHN HANCOCK SuN BOWL
December 25 – El Paso, Texas

1989 MAzDA GATOR BOWL
December 30 – Jacksonville, Fla.

1995 CARquEST BOWL
January 2 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

oklahoma State .................................35 west virginia ......................................33
SCORING SuMMARY 1 oklahoma State 14 west virginia 7
1st
os WV os thurman thomas 5 run (cary blanchard kick) Anthony brown 1 run (charlie baumann kick) thomas 9 run (blanchard kick)

clemson .............................................27 west virginia ........................................7
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 7 clemson 0
1st
WV jett 12 pass from harris (carroll kick) Gardocki 27 field goal Mcfadden 1 run (gardocki kick) henderson 4 run (gardocki kick) chester Mcglockton fumble recovery in end zone (gardocki kick) Gardocki 24 field goal

South carolina ...................................24 west virginia ......................................21
SCORING SuMMARY 1 South carolina 7 west virginia 0
1st
sc boomer foster 2 yard pass from steve tanneyhill (Reed Morton kick) Morton 47 field goal Robert Walker 24 run (bryan baumann kick) tanneyhill 4 run (Morton kick) Lovett purnell 6 pass from chad johnston (baumann kick) stanley pritchett 1 run (Morton kick) purnell 7 pass from johnston (baumann kick)

2 0 17

3 14 3

4 7 6

ToTal 35 33

2 0 10

3 0 0

4 0 17

ToTal 7 27

2 10 7

3 7 14

4 0 0

ToTal 24 21

2nd
CL cL cL cL CL

2nd
SC WV sc

4th 3rd

2nd
WV brown 5 run (baumann kick) WV Baumann 33 field goal WV darnell Warren 23 interception return (baumann kick) os thomas 4 run (blanchard kick) WV Baumann 38 field goal os j.R. dillard 6 pass from Mike gundy (blanchard kick) os WV thomas 4 run (blanchard kick) craig taylor 6 run (pass fail)

WV sc WV

ATTENDANCE: 82,911

3rd

ATTENDANCE: 50,853

bowl gameS

4th

ATTENDANCE: 43,240

1989 SuNKIST FIESTA BOWL
January 2 –Tempe, Ariz.

1994 uSF&G INSuRANCE SuGAR BOWL
January 1 – New Orleans, La.

1997 TOyOTA GATOR BOWL
January 1 – Jacksonville, Fla.

notre dame ........................................34 west virginia ......................................21
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 notre dame 9
1st
ND Billy Hackett 45 field goal nd Anthony johnson 1 run (run fail) nd Rodney culver 5 run (Reggie ho kick) WV Charlie Baumann 29 field goal nd Raghib Ismail 29 pass from tony Rice (ho kick) WV Baumann 31 field goal ND Ho 32 field goal WV grantis bell 17 pass from Major harris (baumann kick) nd WV frank jacobs 3 pass from Rice (Rice run) Reggie Rembert 3 run (Rembert from greg jones)

florida ................................................41 west virginia ........................................7
SCORING SuMMARY 1 florida 7 west virginia 7
1st
WV fL jay kearney 32 pass from jake kelchner (tom Mazzone kick) errict Rhett 3 run (judd davis kick) Lawrence Wright 52 interception return (davis kick) Willie jackson 39 pass from terry dean (davis kick) Rhett 2 run (davis kick) Rhett 1 run (davis kick) Davis 43 field goal Davis 26 field goal

north carolina ....................................20 west virginia ......................................13
SCORING SuMMARY 1 north carolina 0 west virginia 0
2nd
octavus barnes 18 pass from oscar davenport (Mcgee kick) NC Josh McGee 22 field goal WV Jay Taylor 47 field goal nc davenport 5 run (Mcgee kick) WV david saunders 34 pass from chad johnston (taylor kick) NC McGee 20 field goal WV Taylor 47 field goal nc

2 6 14

3 7 3

4 8 8

ToTal 21 34

2 14 0

3 14 0

4 6 0

ToTal 41 7

2 17 3

3 3 7

4 0 3

ToTal 20 13

2nd

2nd
fL fL

3rd

3rd

3rd
fL fL

4th

4th 4th

ATTENDANCE: 52,103

FL FL

ATTENDANCE: 74,911

ATTENDANCE: 75,437

185

1997 CARquEST BOWL
December 29 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

2000 MuSIC CITy BOWL
December 28 – Nashville, Tenn.

2004 TOyOTA GATOR BOWL
January 1 – Jacksonville, Fla.

georgia tech ......................................35 west virginia ......................................30
SCORING SuMMARY 1 georgia tech 14 west virginia 7
1st
gt WV gt ed Wilder 1 run (brad chambers kick) Amos Zereoue 14 run (jay taylor kick) joe hamilton 30 run (chambers kick) Mike Lillie 3 pass from hamilton (chambers kick) jerry porter 21 pass from Marc bulger (taylor kick) hamilton 9 run (chambers kick)

west virginia ......................................49 mississippi .........................................38
SCORING SuMMARY 1 mississippi 3 west virginia 7
1st
Wes ours 40 pass from brad Lewis (brenden Rauh kick) MS Les Binkley 23 field goal WV

maryland ............................................41 west virginia ........................................7
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 maryland 10
1st
Md Md nick novak 26 fg jafar Williams 31 pass from scott Mcbrien (novak kick) steve suter 76 punt return (novak kick) Williams 22 pass from Mcbrien (novak kick) Mcbrien 2 rush (novak kick) Rasheed Marshall 15 rush (brad cooper kick) novak 24 fg jo jo Walker 14 pass from Mcbrien (novak kick)

2 14 7

3 0 10

4 7 6

ToTal 35 30

2 6 28

3 7 14

4 22 0

ToTal 38 49

2 0 14

3 7 10

4 0 7

ToTal 7 41

2nd
gt WV gt

2nd
WV MS WV MS WV WV WV WV Ms khori Ivy 11 pass from Lewis (Rauh kick) Binkley 47 field goal Antonio brown 35 pass from Lewis (Rauh kick) Binkley 26 field goal brown 60 pass from Lewis (Rauh kick) ours 1 run (Rauh kick) shawn terry 99 kickoff return (Rauh kick) Ivy 10 pass from Lewis (Rauh) Romaro Miller 7 run (binkley kick) jamie Armstrong 23 pass from eli Manning (binkley kick) omar Rayford 18 pass from Manning (binkley kick) toward sanford 16 pass from Manning (L.j. taylor pass from Manning)

2nd
Md Md

3rd
Md WV Md

3rd
WV Zereoue 19 run (taylor kick) WV Taylor 21 field goal gt WV charles Wiley 5 run (chambers kick) porter 74 pass from bulger (pass fail)

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4th

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Md

ATTENDANCE: 28,262

ATTENDANCE - 78,892

1998 INSIGHT.COM BOWL
December 26 – Tucson, Ariz.

ATTENDANCE: 47,719

2005 TOyOTA GATOR BOWL
January 1 – Jacksonville, Fla.

missouri .............................................34 west virginia ......................................31
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 missouri 14
1st
MO Carlos Posey 70 blocked field goal return (Long kick) Mo corby jones 9 run (Long kick) WV Jay Taylor 28 field goal Mo punt blocked through end zone for safety Mo c.jones 2 run (kent Layman pass from jones) WV Mo WV david saunders 9 pass from Marc bulger (taylor kick) c.jones 11 run (Long kick) khori Ivy 8 pass from bulger (taylor kick)

2002 CONTINENTAL TIRE BOWL
December 28 – Charlotte, N.C.

florida State.......................................30 west virginia ......................................18
SCORING SuMMARY 1 florida State 10 west virginia 12
1st
fs fs WV WV Leon Washington 69 rush (Xavier beitia kick kick) beitia 32 fg kayjay harris 36 pass from R. Marshall (brad cooper kick failed) harris 1 rush (Andy good kick failed) beitia 28 fg beitia 28 fg good 44 fg craphonso thorpe 14 pass from chris Rix (beitia kick) good 34 fg james coleman 1 rush (beitia kick)

2 3 10

3 14 7

4 14 3

total 31 34

virginia ...............................................48 west virginia ......................................22
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 10 virginia 7
1st
WV VA WV todd james 27 fg Wali Lundy 14 pass from Marques hagans (connor hughes kick) Avon cobourne 6 rush (james kick) Matt schaub 1 rush (hughes kick) hagans 69 punt return (hughes kick) Lundy 4 rush (hughes kick) Lundy 48 pass from schaub (hughes kick) hughes 27 fg Rasheed Marshall 1 rush (james kick failed) hughes 30 fg cobourne 1 rush (conversion failed) Lundy 31 rush (hughes kick)

2 3 0

3 10 3

4 7 3

ToTal 30 18

2 0 21

3 6 10

4 6 10

ToTal 22 48

2nd

3rd

2nd
fs

2nd
VA VA VA

3rd
fs WV fs

4th
WV Amos Zereoue 9 pass from bulger (taylor kick) MO Brian Long 18 field goal WV saunders 1 pass from bulger (taylor kick)

3rd
VA VA WV

4th
WV fs

4th
VA WV VA

ATTENDANCE: 36,147

ATTENDANCE: 70,112

ATTENDANCE: 73,535

186

2006 NOKIA SuGAR BOWL
January 2 – Atlanta, Ga.

2008 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL
January 2 – Glendale, Ariz.

2010 KONICA MINOLTA GATOR BOWL
January 1 – Jacksonville, Fla.

west virginia ......................................38 georgia ...............................................35
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 21 georgia 0
1st
WV WV WV steve slaton 52 run (pat McAfee kick) darius Reynaud 3 pass from pat White (Reynaud kick) Reynaud 13 run (McAfee kick) slaton 18 run (McAfee kick) kregg Lumpkin 34 run (brandon coutu kick) thomas brown 52 run (coutu kick) McAfee 27 fg Leonard pope 4 pass from d.j. shockley (coutu kick) A.j. bryant 34 pass from shockley (coutu kick) slaton 52 run (McAfee kick) bryan Mcclendon 43 pass from shockley (coutu kick)

west virginia ......................................48 oklahoma ...........................................28
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 6 oklahoma 0
1st
WV WV pat McAfee 38 fg McAfee 42 fg garret hartley 37 fg owen schmitt 57 rush (McAfee kick) hartley 24 fg darius Reynaud 21 pass from White (McAfee kick) hartley 42 fg chris brown 1 rush (sam bradford pass failed) noel devine 17 rush (McAfee kick) Reynaud 30 rush (McAfee kick) Quentin chaney 19 pass from bradford (brown rush failed) tito gonzales 79 pass from White (McAfee kick) juaquin Iglesias 15 pass from bradford (hartley kick) devine 65 rush (McAfee kick)

florida State.......................................33 west virginia ......................................21
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 14 florida State 3
1st
WV fs WV jarrett brown 32 rush (tyler bitancurt kick) dustin hopkins 26 fg noel devine 1 rush (bitancurt kick) jermaine thomas 12 rush (hopkins kick) hopkins 42 fg hopkins 22 fg thomas 19 rush (kopkins kick) Ryan clarke 5 rush (bitancurt kick) e.j. Manuel 2 rush (hopkins kick) hopkins 37 fg

2 10 14

3 0 14

4 7 7

ToTal 38 35

2 14 6

3 14 9

4 14 13

ToTal 48 28

2 0 10

3 0 10

4 7 10

ToTal 21 33

2nd
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2nd
ou WV ou WV

2nd
fs fs

3rd
ou ou WV WV

3rd
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3rd
fs fs

4th
ou WV ou WV

4th
WV fs fs

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4th
WV gA

ATTENDANCE: 84,129

ATTENDANCE: 74,458

ATTENDANCE: 70,016

2007 TOyOTA GATOR BOWL
January 1 – Jacksonville, Fla.

2008 MEINEKE CARCARE BOWL
December 27 – Charlotte, N.C.

2010 CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL
December 28 – Orlando, Fla.

west virginia ......................................38 georgia tech ......................................35
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 7 georgia tech 14
1st
WV gt gt owen schmitt 1 rush (pat McAfee kick) calvin johnson 31 pass from taylor bennett (travis bell kick) tashard choice 3 rush (bell kick) c. johnson 48 pass from bennett (bell kick) McAfee 25 fg james johnson 27 pass from bennett (bell kick) schmitt 11 rush (McAfee kick) choice 5 rush (bell kick) tito gonzales 57 pass from patrick White (McAfee kick) brandon Myles 14 pass from White (McAfee kick) White 15 rush (McAfee kick)

west virginia ......................................31 north carolina ....................................30
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 21 north carolina 14
1st
WV nc WV nc WV noel devine 18 rush (pat McAfee kick) hakeem nicks 73 pass from t.j. yates (casey barth kick) Alric Arnett 44 pass from White (McAfee kick) nicks 66 pass from cooter Arnold (barth kick) brad starks 35 pass from White (McAfee kick) team safety nicks 25 pass from yates (barth kick) McAfee 25 fg yates 4 rush (barth kick) Arnett 20 pass from White (McAfee kick)

nc State .............................................23 west virginia ........................................7
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 0 nc State 7
1st
ncs Mustafa greene 16 pass from Russell Wilson (josh czajkowski kick)

2 10 14

3 21 7

4 0 0

ToTal 38 35

2 0 9

3 3 7

4 7 0

ToTal 31 30

2 7 3

3 0 6

4 0 7

total 7 23

2nd
gt WV gt WV

2nd
WV stedman bailey 32 pass from geno smith (tyler bitancurt kick) ncs czajkowski 45 fg ncs czajkowski 38 fg ncs czajkowski 40 fg

2nd
nc nc

3rd
gt WV WV WV

3rd 4th
ncs jarvis Williams 7 pass from Wilson (czajkowski kick)

3rd
WV nc

4th
WV

ATTENDANCE: 48,962

ATTENDANCE: 67,714

ATTENDANCE: 73,712

187

2012 DISCOVER ORANGE BOWL
January 4 – Miami Gardens, Fla.

ORANGE BOWL RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN By WEST VIRGINIA
INDIVIDuAL RECORDS Previous Record New Record Passing Yards: 407, Geno Smith ................................................................. 369 by Tom Brady (Michigan) vs. Alabama (2000) Passing Touchdowns: 6, Geno Smith ......................................................... 5 by Matt Leinart (uSC) vs. Oklahoma (2005) Receptions: 12, Tavon Austin ...................................................................... 10, two players Receiving Touchdowns: 4, Tavon Austin .................................................... 3, multiple players Total Yards: 433, Geno Smith (407 pass, 26 rush) ...................................... 355 by Frank Sinkwich (Georgia) vs. TCu (1942) Touchdown Responsibility: 7, Geno Smith (6 pass, 1 rush) ...................... 5 by Matt Leinart (uSC) vs. Oklahoma (2005) All-Purpose Yards: 280, Tavon Austin ......................................................... 257 by Roland Sales (Arkansas) vs. Oklahoma (123 Receiving/117 KOR/40 Rush) (1978) Touchdowns Scored: 4, Tavon Austin, Tied Record .................................. Johnny Rodgers (Nebraska) vs. Notre Dame (1974) Points: 24, Tavon Austin, Tied Record ........................................................ Johnny Rodgers (Nebraska) vs. Notre Dame (1974) Points Responsible For: 42, Geno Smith (6 pass TD, 1 rush TD) ............. 30, two players Longest Defensvie Scoring Play: 99 yards, Darwin Cook (fumble).......... 98 by Greg Mather (Navy) vs. Missouri (1961) TEAM RECORDS: New Record Previous Record Most Passes Attempted, Both teams: 93, WVu 46 – Cu 47 ..................... 91, Florida State vs. Oklahoma (2001) Most Completions, Both Teams: 56, WVu 32 – Cu 24 .............................. 56 - Maryland vs. Florida (2002) Passing TDs: 6, WVu .................................................................................... 5, two times Passing TDs, Both Teams: 8, WVu 6 – Cu 2 .............................................. 7, two times Most Plays, Both Teams: 163, WVu 89 – Cu 74 ......................................... 157, Nebraska vs. Notre Dame (1973) Most Yards, Both Teams: 1,032, WVu 589 – Cu 443.................................. 1,019, Florida vs. Maryland (2002) Most First Downs: 31, WVu (13 rush, 16 pass, 2 penalty)......................... 31, two teams Most First Downs, Both Teams: 55, WVu 31 – Cu 24................................ 49 - Maryland vs. Florida (2002) Touchdowns: 9, WVu (6 passing, 3 rushing), Tied Record ....................... 9 - Alabama vs. Syracuse (1953) Most Touchdowns, Both Teams: 13, WVu 9 – Cu 4 .................................. 11, Florida vs. Maryland (2002) Most Points: 70, WVu ................................................................................... 61, Alabama (1953) Points, Both Teams: 103, WVu 70 – Cu 33 ................................................. 79, Florida vs. Maryland (2002) Points in one half: 49, WVu (1st) ................................................................. 40, Alabama (1953) Points in one half, both teams: 69, WVu 49 – Cu 20 ................................. 48, uSC vs. Oklahoma (2005) Points in a quarter: 35, WVu (2nd) .............................................................. 27, Oklahoma (1958) Point in a quarter, both teams: 38, WVu 35 – Cu 3 (2nd) .......................... 35, Michigan vs. Alabama (2000) (3rd) Points in the first quarter, both teams: 31, WVU 14 – CU 17 .................... 26, Georgia vs. TCu, 1942

west virginia .....................................70 clemson ............................................33
SCORING SuMMARY 1 west virginia 14 clemson 17
1st
cu WV cu WV cu Andre ellington 68 rush (chandler catanzaro kick) shawne Alston 4 rush (tyler bitancurt kick) sammy Watkins 27 pass from tajh boyd (catanzaro kick) tavon Austin 8 pass from geno smith (bitancurt kick) catanzaro 42 fg Austin 27 pass from smith (bitancurt kick) cook 99 fumble return (bitancurt kick) catanzaro 43 fg smith 7 rush (bitancurt kick) Austin 3 pass from smith (bitancurt kick) Alston 1 rush (bitancurt kick)

2 35 3

3 14 6

4 7 7

ToTal 70 33

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2nd
WV WV cu WV WV WV

ALL-TIME NCAA BOWL RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN By WEST VIRGINIA
INDIVIDuAL RECORDS New Record Previous Record Passing Touchdowns: 6, Geno Smith, Tied Record .................................. 6 by Chuck Long, Iowa vs. Texas, 1984 Freedom Bowl TDs Responsible For: 7, Geno Smith, Tied Record ................................... 6, 4 times 7 - Tied with Keith Price, Washington, 2011 Alamo Receiving Touchdowns: 4, Tavon Austin, Tied Record ............................. 4, 4 times Points Responsible For: 42, Geno Smith, Tied Record ............................. 40 - Bobby Layne, Texas - Missouri, ‘48 Cotton Bowl 42 - Keith Price, Washington, 2011 Alamo Most Extra-Point Attempts: 10, Tyler Bitancurt ......................................... 9, 6 times Most Extra-Point Kicks Made: 10, Tyler Bitancurt..................................... 9, 5 times TEAM RECORDS New Record Previous Record Most Points: 70 ............................................................................................ 67 - Baylor vs. Washington, 2011 Alamo Bowl Most Touchdowns: 10, Tied Record ........................................................... 10 - Nebraska vs. Northwestern, 2000 Alamo Bowl Most Touchdowns Passing: 6, Tied Record ............................................... 6 by Tulsa - Bowling Green, 2008 GMAC 6 by Iowa - Texas, 1984 Freedom Bowl Most Points, Winning Team: 70 ................................................................... 66 by Nebraska vs. Northwestern - 2000 Alamo Bowl Most Points in First Half: 49 ........................................................................ 45 - Colorado vs.Boston College - 1999 Insight.com Bowl Most Points in First Half/Both Teams: 69 ................................................... 63 – Navy vs. Colorado, 1996 Aloha Bowl 63 - Bowling Green vs. Memphis - 2004 GMAC Bowl Most Points in a Quarter: 35 ........................................................................ 31 – Nebraska vs.Northwestern - 2000 Alamo Bowl, 2nd 31 – Iowa vs. Texas - 1984 Freedom Bowl, 3rd Most Points in a 2nd Quarter: 35 ................................................................ 31 – Nebraska vs. Northwestern - 2000 Alamo Bowl

3rd
bailey 6 pass from smith (bitancurt kick) WV Austin 37 pass from smith (bitancurt kick) cu - hopkins 28 pass from boyd (boyd pass failed) WV

4th
WV cu Milhouse 7 pass from smith (bitancurt kick) Mcdowell 4 rush (catanzaro kick)

ATTENDANCE - 67,563

BCS BOWL RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN By WEST VIRGINIA
INDIVIDuAL RECORDS New Record Previous Record Passing Touchdowns: 6, Geno Smith ......................................................... 5, Matt Leinart, uSC - Oklahoma, ‘05 Orange Touchdowns Responsible For: 7, Geno Smith ........................................... 5, 3 times Most Receiving Touchdowns: 4, Tavon Austin .......................................... 3, 4 times Most Points Scored: 24, Tavon Austin ........................................................ Tied Record Most Extra Point Kicks Attempted: 10, Tyler Bitancurt............................. 8, Jeff Chandler, Florida - Maryland, 2002 Orange Bowl Most Extra Point Kicks Made: 10, Tyler Bitancurt ..................................... 8, Jeff Chandler, Florida - Maryland, 2002 Orange Bowl TEAM RECORDS New Record Previous Record Most Total Plays, Both Teams: 163 ............................................................. 160 - Oklahoma - Connecticut, 2011 Fiesta Bowl Most Points: 70 ............................................................................................ 56 by Florida vs. Maryland, 2002 Orange Bowl Most Combined Points: 103 ........................................................................ 85 - Boise State vs. Oklahoma, 2007 Fiesta Bowl Most Touchdowns: 10 .................................................................................. 8 by Florida vs. Maryland, 2002 Orange Bowl Most Touchdowns, Both Teams: 14 ............................................................ 12 – LSu vs. Illinois, 2002 Sugar Bowl Most Touchdown Passes: 6 ......................................................................... 5, 3 times Most Touchdown Passes, Both Teams: 8................................................... Tied Record Most Poins Scored in a Half: 49 .................................................................. 38 by uSC vs. Oklahoma, 2005 Orange, 1st half Most Points Scored in a Half, Both Teams: 69........................................... 64 – Texasvs. uSC, 2006 Rose Bowl, 2nd half Most Pass Attempts: 92 ............................................................................... 91 - Miami vs. Florida, 2001 Sugar Bowl 91 - Oklahoma - Florida State, 2001 Orange Bowl Most Points in a Quarter: 35 ........................................................................ 29 by Oregon State vs. Notre Dame, 2001 Fiesta, 3rd quarter Most Points in a Quarter, Both Teams: 38 .................................................. 35 – Michigan vs. Alabama, 2000 Orange, 3rd quarter

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Billetz, John (DB) Bilokonsky, Mike (DT) Bingamon, Howard Milton Birts, Frank (OT) Birurakis, Louis (G) Bischoff, Paul (E) Biser, Sean (OG) Bitancurt, Tyler (K) Bivens, Robert F. (B) Black, James (QB) Blackwell, Roger (TB) Blake, Barry (G) Blake, Harry (WR) Blake, N.B. (G) Bland, Matt (C) Bledsoe, Jack (HB) Blueford, Fred (DT) Bobbitt, John (G) Bolden, Rayshawn (WR) Bom, Robert (G) Bonar, Charles (G) Bonato, Louis (HB) Bonfili, Victor (HB) Booth, Mike (LB-DE) Borlie, Raymond (E) Bosley, Bruce (T) Bouldin, Al (DB) Bove, John (T) Bowden, Terry (RB) Bowden, Thomas (WR) Bowers, Cole (OG) Bowers, Douglas (FB) Bowers, James (RB) Bowles, John (E) Bowman, Glenn (G) Bowman, Tom (RB) Bowser, Brantwon (CB) Bowyers, Dale (E) Boyd, Alpheus Edward (E) Boyd, George (OG) Boykin, Eric (QB-TE) Boyle, Robert (DE) Boyle, Rudolph (G) Boyles, Charles (G) Boyles, Melvin P.(T) Bradshaw, John (OT) Brady, James B. Brady, Phil (P) Brady, Ryan (LB) Bragg, Walter (OG-OT) Braham, Rich (OT) Brailler, John (QB) Brake, Arthur Kent (G) Brandner, Tom (OT) Brannon, Dorsey Braswell, Charles (DB) Braswell, Kenneth (LB) Braxton, James (FB-TE) Braun, Jeff (OT) Braxton, Phil (WR) Brewster, Walter (T) Briggs, Tom (DE) Brockman, Lonnie (LB) Brooks, Allen Brooks, Charles (K) Brooks, Jay (C) Brooks, Jason (OG) Brooks, Leslie (T) Brooks, Wayne (OT) Brown, Anthony (RB) Brown, Antonio (WR) Brown, Baker (LB) Brown, Devon (WR) Brown, Jamie (DB) Brown, Jarrett (QB) Brown, John (DB)

Greensboro, Pa. Strongsville, Ohio Okeechobee, Fla. Liberty, W.Va. Beaver Falls, Pa. Keyser, W.Va. Springfield, Va. Washington, D.C. Kiski, Pa. Oak Hill, W.Va. Mount Hope, W.Va. Summerville, S.C. Cox Landing, W.Va. Richmond, Va. War, W.Va. Hermitage, Ark. Penns Grove, N.J. Cheektowaga, N.Y. Wheeling, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Portage, Pa. Green Bank, W.Va. Akron, Ohio Auburn, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Milton, W.Va. Clarksburg, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Bluefield, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Portsmouth, Ohio Phoenix, Ariz. Dundon, W.Va. Uniontown, Pa. Mount Hope, W.Va. Dayton, Ohio McKeesport, Pa. New Salem, Pa. Philippi, W.Va. Philippi, W.Va. Stafford, Va. Fairfax, Va. Huntington, N.Y. Morristown, Tenn. Morgantown, W.Va. Latrobe, Pa. Buckhannon, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Grafton, W.Va. Clairton, Pa. Clairton, Pa. Vanderbilt, Pa. Westminster, Md. Vanderbilt, Pa. Lewisburg, W.Va. Liverpool, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Buckhannon, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Bay Village, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Decatur, Ga. Salem, N.J. Miami, Fla. South Charleston, W.Va. Ashburn, Va. Newark, N.J. West Palm Beach, Fla. Winfield, W.Va.

1970 71 72 2007 1903 1995-96 1944 48 49 50 1950 51 52C 1992 2009-10-11 1891C 1926-27-28 1964 1954 56 1971 73 1891 1990 1951 52 2002-03 1948 49 50 2003-04-05-06 1944 45 46 47 1960 1950 1945 46 47 48C 1991-93 1959 1952 53 54 55C 1984 1948 49 50 1977 78 1975 76 2010 1921 23 1944 1956 57 58 1958 59 60 1982 83 84C 2010-11 1944 1891-93 1969 70 1994-95-96 1974 1949 50 1943 46 47 48 1910 11 12 13C 2005-06-07-08 1901-02 2004-05 1997-98-99 1971 72 73C 1990-91-92-93C 1896 1905 06 1974 75 1913 14 15 16 1975 1975 76 78 1968 69 70C 2010-11 2000-01-02 1927 28 1991-92 1987 88-89 1914 16 19 1973 74 1994-95 2000-01 1913 14 1967 68 69 1987 88 1998-99-2000-01 1966 67 68C 2011 1995 2006-07-08-09C 1989-91

New Cumberland, W.Va. Richmond, Va. Miami, Fla. Mocksville, N.C. Cranberry, Pa. Parkersburg, W.Va. Anmoore, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Dunbar, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Martinsburg, W.Va. Marietta, Ohio Masontown, Pa. Whitehall, Pa. New Martinsville, W.Va. Vienna, Va. New Windsor, Md. Delray Beach, Fla. Latrobe, Pa. Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa. Meadowlands, Pa. Mannington, W.Va. Pottstown, Pa. Akron, Ohio Pottstown, Pa. Martins Ferry, Ohio Drexel Hill, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Bedford Heights, Ohio Bethlehem, Pa. Salem, Ohio Follansbee, W.Va. Bladensburg, Md. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Belle Glade, Fla. Dallas, Pa. Charles Town, W.Va. Hastings, Pa. Englewood, N.J. Clarksville, Pa. New Philadelphia, Ohio Star Junction, Pa. Akron, Ohio Hinton, W.Va. Buckhannon, W.Va. Broussard, La. Cameron, W.Va. Huber Heights, Ohio Windber, Pa. Sisterville, W.Va. Hibbing, Minn. North Babylon, N.Y. Greensburg, Pa. Portage, Pa. Carlisle, Pa. Ronco, Pa.

1978 79 80 2011 1994-95 2011 2008-09-10-11C 1960 1934 35 36C 1914 1983 1964 65 1940 41 42 1922 23 25 1945 2005 1982 83 84 1949 50 1985 86 1928 29 30 1985 86 87 2010 1996-97-98-99 1994-95-96-97 1994-95-97 1985 86 87 88 1960 61 62 1894 1928-29-31 1992-93-94-95C 1981 1990-91 1947 1996-97-98-99 1920 1979 80 81 82 2005-07 1965 66 67 1927-28-29 1941 1993-94-95 1910 11C 1985 86 87 88 2010-11 1948 49 50 1897 1966 1977 78 79 80 1945 1941 42 46 47 1958 59 60 1968 69 70 1961 62 1982 83 84 2005 2002-03 2001-02-03-04 1976 77 1967 1950 51 2007-08-09-10 2000 1961 62 63 1946 47 1957 58

all-tIme lettermen

B

189

Brown, Leland (G) Brown, Ronald (DT) Brown, Roscoe (HB) Brown, Tim (LB) Brown, Tim (OG) Brown, Wayne (WR) Brown, William (RB) Browning, Frank (LB) Browning, John (DT) Bruce, Jeremy (WR) Bruder, Woody “Doc” (HB) Brugison Brunner, William J. Bryant, Richard (DB) Buggs, Daniel (WR) Buie, Andrew (RB) Bulger, Marc (QB) Bullard, Archie Huff Bumgardner, Rex (HB) Bunn, Gary (E) Buratti, Patrick (OT) Burke, Mark (DB) Burnison, John (QB) Bursich, Charles (G) Burwell, Darius (TE) Busic, Karl (RB) Buskirk, Fred (T) Butler, S.G. Byer, Karl Davis

Elkins, W.Va. Mallory, W.Va. New Cumberland, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Somerville, N.J. Princeton, W.Va. Richmond Heights, Fla. Miami, Fla. Beaver Falls, Pa. Houston, Texas Pittsburgh, Pa. Pahokee, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. Barboursville, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Marietta, Ohio Gaylord, Mich. Etna, Pa. Columbia, Md. Mingo Junction, Ohio McMechen, W.Va.

1929 30 31 1971 72 73 1899 1900C 01 04 1992-93C 2000-01-02-04 1981 82 83 84 1945 1993 1993-94-95 2005-06 1924 1903 1894-95C 96 1999-2000-01 1972 73 74 2011 1997-98-99 1907 08-09 1946 47 1953 54 55 1966 67 1973 74 75 1961 62 1963 64 1992 1964 1935 1900 1904

Cole, Luther (E) Cole, Robert Lee (E) Colebank, Jasper (G). Collington, Ed (RB) Collins, Ben (LB) Collins, Mike (DB) Colson, Jason (RB) Colvard, Frederick (QB) Combs, Russell (QB) Compton, Mike (OG-C) Conochan, Pat (C) Connolly, Carmen (WR) Conoway, Ernest Daniel (G) Conte, John (C) Contraguerro, Tom (LB) Conwell, Dane (FB) Cook, Darwin (S) Cook, Glynn (G) Cook, Larry (OG) Cookman, Donald (D) Cooley, Doug (OT) Cooper, Brad (K) Cooper, Clifford (E) Cooper, Zac (LB) Copeman, James (G) Corbin, C.G. Core, John (FB) Core, John L. Corman, Mark (TE) Cortileso, Jeffrey (OT) Corum, Eugene (G) Corwell, Chris (DB) Costin, Doug (FB) Covey, Thomas (RB) Cox, Clarence (E) Cox, Eddie (E)

Morgantown, W.Va. Ceredo, W.Va. Evansville, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Barrackville, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Rochester, N.Y. Logan, W.Va. Penns Grove, N.J. Richlands, Va. Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. South Point, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Beckley, W.Va. Oceana, W.Va. Romney, W.Va. Lancaster, Mass. Bowling Green, Ky. Summersville, W.Va. Weirton, W.Va. Kingwood, W.Va.

1900-01-02 1909 1914 15 2007 2000-01-02 1990-91-92-93C 2003-04-05-06 1961 1946 47 48C 1989-90-91-92C 1978 79 80 2009 1910 1998-99 2007 1978 79 80 81 2010-11 1944 1989-90 1964 65 66 1991 2003-04 1944 2007-08-09 1930 1903 1901-02-03 04 1907-08

DeJarnett, Dave (OG) Dellemonache, Paul (OT) DeLong, Joe (OT) DeLorenzo, Robert (G) Dent, Mike (C) Dervil, Guesly (DB) DeSantis, Enrico (HB) Dessimoz, Robert DeVecchis, Guido (RB) Devine, Noel (RB) Devonshire, James (HB) Dick, Bryan (LB) Dickerson, Ashby (T) Diffendall, Charles (FB) Digon, Thomas (QB) Dilcher, Charles (T) Dillon, Ade (QB) Dillow, Zack (C) Dilworth, J.B. (G) Dingle, Johnny (DE) Discenzo, Mike (OG) Dixon, Eldridge (RB) Dixon, Jim (LB) Dixon, Roger (MG) Dixon, Scott (LB) Dixon, Terry (OG) Doggette, Cecil (DB) Dolly, Richard (E) Dolly, Rick (DL) Domen, Thomas (C) Donaldson, Charles (C) Donley, Edward G.(C) Dorn, Gregory (C) Dorsey, Arlen (RB) Dorsey, Michael (S) Dotson, Leo (FB) Dougher, William (E). Douglas, Jarod (WR) Dovey, W.T. (E) Dowell, Lee (RB) Doyle, John (HB) Dragovich, Gregory (C) Drewrey, Willie (WR) Drobeck, Morris (HB) Drumgoole, Lawrence (DB) Dubouse, Kelvin (DT) Duffield, Jim (MG) Dugan, Edwin (HB) Duggan, Richard (TE) Dunkerley, Benton (T) Dunlap, Stephen (LB) Dunlevy, Robert (WR) Dunnigan, Randy (OG) Durrette, Mike (OG) Dutton, Robert (HB) Dyer, Bill (OG) Dykes, Keilen (DT) Dykes, Greg (WR) Dziak, Justin (FB)

Charleston, W.Va. McKees Rocks, Pa. New Cumberland, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Jeannette, Pa. Jacksonville, Fla. Rome, N.Y. Weirton, W.Va. Ft. Myers, Fla. Penns Grove, N.J. Triadelphia, W.Va. Rhodell, W.Va. California, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Appleton, Wis. Smithfield, Pa. Miami, Fla. Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Palm Bay, Fla. Canton, Ohio Washington, D.C. Queens, N.Y. Onego, W.Va. Keyser, W.Va. Frederickstown, Pa. Jeannette, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Bridgeville, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Warren, Ohio Richwood, W.Va. Procious, W.Va. Charlottesville, Va. Pennsboro, W.Va. Keystone, W.Va. Columbus, N.J. Martins Ferry, Ohio Baltimore, Md. Havaco, W.Va. St. Albans, W.Va. Uniontown, Pa. Vienna, W.Va. Glassport, Pa. Hurricane, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Dublin, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Weston, W.Va. Summersville, W.Va. Youngstown, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Latrobe, Pa.

1982 83 84 1967 1993-94-95 1960 61 62 2005-06-07-08 2006-07-08-09 1949 1973 1946 2007-08-09-10C 1946 47 48 1984 1936 1908 1966 67 68 1921-24 25 1972 73 2001-02 1908 2005-06-07 1994 1978 79 80 1983 1989 1982 83 84 1999-2000 1990-91 1937 38 39 1989-90-91-92C 1955 56 57 1951 52 53 54C 1897-98 1973 74 75 2005 2010 1930 31 1915 2005 1899 1976 1929 30 31C 1966 1981 82 83 84 1930 31 32 1987 88-89 2002 1986 1952 53 54 1976 77 78 79C 1951 52 1973 74 75 1963 64 65 1995-96-97-98 1980 81 1942 43C 1981 2004-05-06-07C 1989 2004-06

all-tIme lettermen

Caldwell, Ralph (QB) Caldwell, Ray (HB) Campbell, Todd (DT)

C
Mullens, W.Va. New Kensington, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. Ceredo, W.Va. Uniontown, Pa. Kenner, La. Oakmont, Pa. Weston, W.Va. Zela, W.Va. Anmoore, W.Va. New Kensington, Pa. New Kensington, Pa. Windber, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Hatfield, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Wellsville, Ohio Clendenin, W.Va. Follansbee, W.Va. Oakmont, Pa. Follansbee, W.Va. Ebensburg, Pa. Barrackville, W.Va. Pomeroy, Ohio Ford City, Pa. Tucson, Ariz. Teaneck, N.J. Fairmont, W.Va. Inwood, N.Y. St. Albans, W.Va. Bronx, N.Y. Follanbee, W.Va. Shinnston, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Weirton, W.Va. Mount Hope, W.Va. Uniontown, Pa. Glen Burnie, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Moundsville, W.Va. Cherry Hill, N.J. Miami, Fla. Johnsonville, S.C. Oakland, Md. Morgantown, W.Va.

Harrisburg, Pa. Leechburg, Pa. Huntington, W.Va. Wadsworth, Ohio Glen Mills, Pa. Beckley, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Madison, W.Va. Decatur, Ga. Fairfax, Va. Levviton, Pa. Lynchburg, Va. Huntington, W.Va. Philipi, W.Va. Manns Choice, Pa. Akron, Ohio East Bank, W.Va. Clarksburg, W.Va. New Haven, Pa. Weirton, W.Va. Logan, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Greensburg, Pa. Reading, Pa. Grafton, W.Va. Amityville, N.Y. Potomac, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Carmichaels, Pa.

1998 1977 1941 42 46 47C 2006 1992-93 1931 32 33 1947 48 49 1943 44 2001 1921 1983 1976 77 78 1967 68 69C 1963 64 1968 2005-06 1980 1944 1934 35 36 1896 2009 1973 74 75 76C 1966 67 1979 80 1986 1913 14 15 16C 1993-94-95-96 1983 84 85 86 1986 1938 39 40

1895 1948 49 50 1979 80 81 82 1931-32-33 1964 65 66 1951 52 53 2007-08-09 1991-92 1929 30 31 1909 12 1935 36 1911 1978 79 80 1986 87 88 1938 39 40 1962 63C 1927-28 29 1894 1989-90 1998-99-2000 1976 1902-03 1985 86 1945 48 49 1968 69 1991-92 1997 1938-39 1956 57 1899C 1970 72 1994-96 1991 1913 14 15 16 1971 72 1907 1981 83 84 85 1948 1963 64 65 1947-48-49-50C 1982 1940 41 42 1941 42 46 1937 38 39C 2009-10-11 2011 1962 63 64 1999-2000-01C-02C 1997-98 1974 75 1962 63 64 1894-95 96-97

Cox, O=Rondai (DB) Craver, Kenneth Crawford, Greg (OT) Creeden, Tom (OT) Crennel, Carl (MG) Criddle, Homer (HB) Criss, Scott (DE) Crissey, Damien (OT) Crites, Bob (DT) Crookshank, Gene (E) Cropp, Hosmer (G-T) Crossland, Howard Crow, Jack (WR) Culbertson, Ken (LB) Cummings, Robert (MG) Cuneo, Mark (OL) Cureton, Ben (DB) Curry, Harry (FB) Curtis, Canute (LB) Curtis, Travis (DB) Cutrone, Greg (DB) Czajka, Joseph (E)

Canich, Thomas (RB) Canterbury, Larry (E) Canton, Philip (G) Capers, Selvish (OT) Cappa, John (TE) Carden, Dana (QB) Carden, David Lamont Carder, Glenn (HB) Carfer, Archie Boyd (E) Carion, Curt (P) Carion, Lance (P) Carliss, John (RB) Carney, Bernard (T) Carrico, Clinton (C) Carrigan, Charles Carroll, Brad (K) Carter, David (LB) Carter, Leon (DB) Casto, Everett Casto, Jeff (LB) Cavastassi, Mario (G) Cecil, Ronald (OG) Ceglie, Matt (LB) Ceresa, Matt (OT) Cestaric, Joseph (G) Chancey, Roger (E) Chapman, Alexander C.(T) Charley, Douglas (DB) Chatfield, Bo (LB) Cheatham, Willie (C) Chenoweth, Fred (HB) Chiles, Brian (FB) Chilton, Samuel (C) Christian, Derek (LB) Cialli, Fred (HB) Cicarelli, Gene (T) Ciccarelli, Larry (E) Cignetti, Curt (QB) Cimino, Vincent (G) Clark, Andrew (E) Clarke, Harry (HB) Clarke, Ryan (FB) Clarke, Will (DE) Clegg, Milton (E) Cobourne, Avon (RB) Cogdell, Damon (LB) Coker, John (WR) Colaw, Ronald (FB) Cole, Harry O.

Dalton, Eric (OG)

D

Morgantown, W.Va. Cleveland, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Red Hill, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Springdale, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Warren, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Tampa, Fla. Stuart, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Charleston, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Temple Hills, Md. New Martinsville, W.Va. Rockford, W.Va. Monessen, Pa. Williamstown, W.Va. Huron, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va.

1995 1982 83 84 1999-2000-01-02 1995 1957 58 59 1949 50 51C 1897-98 1941 42 1937 38-39-40 1984 1922 23 24 25 2010 1999-2000-01-02C 1999-2000-01-02 1912 13 14C 1949 50 51 1998-99 1979 80 1919 20 1936 37 38 1981 82 1995-96-97-98 1949 Earley, Steve (OG) Easley, Walter (FB) Eastwood, Jack (DE) Eddy, Jeff (TE) Edmonds, Chris (LB) Edwards, Calvin (OT) Edwards, Stephen D. (WB) Edwards, Stephen H. (T) Edwards, Willie (DB) Eger, Pat (OL) Ekberg, Gustavius “Gus”(FB) Eliopulos, Mark (LB) Eller, Charles (E) Elliott, Charles (T) Ellis, Glennis (HB) Ellis, Theron (LB) Ely, Richard Emanuel, Charles (SS) Embick, Danny (QB) Emery, Andy (LB) Emsweller, Samuel (C) Engle, Mike (DB) Indiantown, Fla. Jupiter, Fla. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Beaver Falls, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Norristown, Pa. Apollo, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Nitro, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Richmond, Va. Duquesne, Pa. St. Albans, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Clairton, Pa. Minneapolis, Minn. Belpre, Ohio Grafton, W.Va. 1974 75 76C 1976 77 79 80 1973 74 75C 1984 1997-98-99-2000C 1992-93-94 1966 1961 62 1985 86 87 88 2011 1922 23 24 1974 75 1936 37 38 1896 1938 39 40 1987 88-89-90 1896 1993-94-95-96C 2002 2006-07 1919 20 1979 80 81

Daniels, Anthony (DB) Daniels, Lewis (DB) Daniels, Ted (OG) Dannenberg, Carl (G) Danter, James (G) Darnell, Aaron James (T) Dattola, Louis (T) Davies, Thomas (FB) Davis, Bob (LB) Davis, Carl Louis (T) Davis, Eddie (WR) Davis, James (DB) Davis, Jason (DT) Davis, Orin H.(C) Davis, Richard (E) Davis, Scooter (DB) Dawson, Mike (LB) Dawson, Paul (QB) DeAngelis, Murino (G) Deem, Jeff (LB) de Groh, Eric (C) DeGroot, Dudley Jr. (HB)

190

English, Frank (LB) Enick, Mike (OG) Ernst, Howard Mark (FB) Estrada, Angel (DB) Evans, Aaron (FB) Evans, Billy (WR) Evans, Dale (QB) Evans, Tyshun (DB) Everly, John (WR)

Roanoke, Va. McCullough, Pa. Thompson, Ohio Bronx, N.Y. Richmond, Va. Bethel Park, Pa. Thomas, W.Va. Miami, Fla. New Cumberland, W.Va.

2001 1999-2000 1904 05 06 2001-02 1988-89 1979 80 81 1960 61 1997 1972 73 74

Gaffney, Thomas (QB) Gainer, Del (DB) Galiffa, Bernard (QB)

F
Elkins, W.Va. Donora, Pa. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Penn Hills, Pa. Plum, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Dunbar, W.Va. Grafton, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Pearland, Texas Baltimore, Md. Bradenton, Fla. Okeechobee, Fla. Dayton, Ohio Roaring Spring, Pa. Columbus, Ohio Vandergrift, Pa. Monroeville, Pa. Cumberland, Md. Altoona, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Grafton, W.Va. Edwardsville, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Buckhannon, W.Va. Newville, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Clinton, Md. Monessen, Pa. Bradford, Pa. Elkins, W.Va. Newtown, Pa. Smithfield, Pa. Elkins, W.Va. Charles Town, W.Va. Roanoke, Va. Warren, Ohio Woodbridge, N.J. Woodbridge, N.J. Clarksburg, W.Va. Charleroi, Pa. Allison, Pa. Akron, Ohio Tampa, Fla. Lake Hiawatha, N.J. Cleveland, Ohio Bradford, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Elizabeth, W.Va. Bluefield, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Easton, Pa. Pemberton, N.J. Morgantown, W.Va. Allen, Texas South Charleston, W.Va. Belleville, N.J. Miami, Fla. Manalapan, N.J. West Mifflin, Pa. Library, Pa. Somerville, N.J. Jersey City, N.J. West Palm Beach, Fla. Rupert, W.Va. Monessen, Pa. Yukon, W.Va. Scranton, Pa. South Charleston, W.Va. Carmichaels, Pa. Clairton, Pa. Brownsville, Pa. Everettville, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va.

1907 1968 1970 71 72C 1992 1977 78 79 80 1978 79 1940 41 42 1960 61 62 2003-04-05 1926 27 28 2011 2010-11 2002-03 1994-95 1990-91-92-93 1973 74 1975 76 77C 1960 1984 85 1979 1970 71 72 1983 1944 1967 68 1977 78 1905 1970 1997-98-99-2000 1907 1940 1936 1980 81 82 1971 1975 76 77 1925-26-27-28 2007-08 1928-29 30 1927-28-29C 1949 50 2002 2007-08-09-10 1971 1973 74 75 1934 35 1961 62 63C 1971 1993 2006-07-08C 1983 2008-09-10-11C 1940 41C 1932 33 34 1971 1971 1978 79 80C 1928 29 30C 2006-07-08-09 1989-90-91-92 1921 22 23 24C 2001-02 1989-90-91 1984 85 86 87 1988-89-90-91C 1991 1988-89-90C-91 1961 1982 83 84 1996-97-98-99 1996-97-98-99 1962 63 1997-98 1968 69 70 2010 1985 1965 1955 56 57C 1956 57 58 1937 38 39 2001-02-03-04

Habak, Tom (OG) Hackett, Brad (K)

G

Wheeling, W.Va. Vienna, W.Va. Trenton, N.J. Morgantown, W.Va. St. Joe, Mich. Delray Beach, Fla. Pueblo, Colo. Bellevue, Ohio North Braddock, Pa. Accoville, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Monongah, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Mobile, Ala. Ellisville, Miss. Williamson, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Hinton, W.Va. Grafton, W.Va. Stow, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Rainelle, W.Va. Barnesville, Ohio Weirton, W.Va. San Mateo, Calif. Welch, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Gilbert, W.Va. Caretta, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney, Pa. Hinton, W.Va. Madison City, Iowa Charleston, W.Va. Sutton, W.Va. Tampa, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa. Steubenville, Ohio Syracuse, N.Y. Clarksburg, W.Va. Scotch Plains, N.J. Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Dublin, Va. Carmichaels, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. Logan, W.Va. Silver Spring, Md. Marietta, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Bradenton, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla.

1995 1995 2000-01 1891 1929 31 1996-97 1986 87 88-89C 1970 1926-27 28 1957 1993-94-95C 1915 17-19 1960 61 1968 69 70C 2007-08-09-10 2003-04 1903 04 05 1934 35 1944 1925 26-27 1906 1929 30 31 1943 1985 1902-03-04 1966 1970 71 1971 72 73 2003-04 1965 66 67C 1925 26 27 2010 1992-93 1959 1992-93 1917 19 20 1949 50 51 1921 1940-41-46 1981 1970 71 1965 2003-04 1987 88-89 1968 2001-02 1911 12 13 2007 1972 2000 1981 82 83 84 2004-05-06-07 1981 82 83 1977 1963 64 1991-92-93-94 1920 21 22 1907 08 1989-90 2007 1900 1893

Hackett, Shawn (DB) Hackney, John “Butch” Haddock, George (FB) Hadley, John (LB) Haering, Chris (LB) Haff, Hollis (E) Hageder, Charles (G) Hager, Buddy (DT-OG) Hager, Paul “Monk” (E) Haggerty, Ronald (T) Hale, John (DE) Hale, Trippe (S) Hales, Charles (QB/WR) Hall, Archie Carl (E) Hall, Carl (G) Haman, Robert Hamilton, Glenn (HB) Hamilton, J.C. (G) Hamilton, Robert (E) Hamilton, Scott (B) Hamilton, Tom (OT) Hammer, Samuel Francis Hanley, Timothy (FB) Hannahs, Daniel (LB) Harcharic, John (DB) Hardee, Jason (DE) Hardison, Richard (DE) Hardy, Michael (FB) Hargrett, Daquan (RB) Harless, Dan (C) Harman, Curtis (FB) Harper, John (DB) Harrick, Joseph V. (T) Harrick, Joseph W. (E) Harrick, Stephen (HB) Harris, Charles (T) Harris, Chuck (DT) Harris Clifford (DE) Harris, James (E) Harris, Kay-Jay (RB) Harris, Major (QB) Harris, Tyrone (TB) Harrison, Arthur (DB) Harrison, Samuel (E) Harrison, Markell (QB) Hart, Richard (DB) Harvey, Jamien (DE) Harvey, King (TB) Hathaway, Bobby (LB) Hathaway, Steve (LB) Hatton, Kenneth (K) Hauff, Fred (TE) Hawkins, Barry (DT) Hawkins, Robert (E) Hawley, John (G) Hayes, Carl (RB) Hayes, Derek (OG) Hayes, Russell Hayes, Wilford Haymond, Thomas W.(C) Haynes, Vearl (C) Heath, Richard (HB) Heavener, James Heckert, Robert (T) Hedrick, Olan (C) Heeter, Eugene (E) Heizer, William (E) Helinski, Charles (HB) Hendershot, Joseph Henderson, Miquelle (WR) Hendricks, Brian (OG) Henrie, Howard (T) Henry, Chris (WR) Henry, Jay (LB) Henshaw, George (DT) Henshaw, Mike (DB) Hensley, George (C) Hernandez, Gregory (DB)

Fairbanks, Terry (E) Farley, Dale (LB)

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Gallimore, Daymeian (WR) Gambill, Charles (OG) Garcia, John (LB) Gardner, William (HB) Garrett, Dieter (E) Garrett, Travis (OG) Garrett, Wylie (E) Garrison, Dustin (RB) Garvin, Terence (S) Garvin, Travis (WR) Gary, Jimmy (RB) Gaskins, Scott (DT) Gates, Brian (MG) Gatewood, Wayne (OT) Gatto, Paul (G) Gay, John (RB) Geatz, Tobin (OT) Geishauser, Thomas (DB) Genther, Chris (LB) Gerkins, Frederick (G) Germak, Michael (OG) Gianola, James (C) Gibson, Joseph Gillespie, Michael (DB) Gilliam, Rick (C) Gillooly, Thomas J. Gillooly, Thomas Jr. (C) Gilmore, William (T) Gist, Andre (OG) Gladys, Kevin (OT) Gleason, Fran (DE) Glenn, Albert H. (HB) Glenn, Chris (K) Glenn, Francis (FB) Glenn, Marshall (QB) Glenn, Walter (HB) Glover, Darnell (TE) Glover, Sidney (DB) Gluchoski, Adam (OT) Gluchoski, Allan (C) Gocke, Jack (HB) Goimarac, Peter (C) Gondek, Joseph (DT) Gondorchin, Frank (OT) Gonzales, Tito (WR) Gonzalez, Tony (DT) Goode, Najee (LB) Goodman, Henry (T) Goodwin, Charles (E) Goodwin, Michael (OG) Goodwin, Ronald (LB) Gordon, Gordon (OG) Gordon, Walter (G) Goulbourne, Ovid (LB) Graham, Boris (LB) Graham, Fred (E). Graham, Shane (LB) Graley, Keith (TE) Grant, David (NG) Grant, Steve (LB) Gray, Chris (QB) Gray, Jim (DT) Gray, Paul (E) Gray, Tom (RB) Green, Anthony (FB) Green, Barrett (DB) Green, Victor (G) Greene, Pat (WR) Gresham, Robert (RB) Gress, Glenn (DT) Griffith, Dave (C) Groves, Bill (OT) Guenther, Robert (G) Guesman, Richard (T) Gussie, Michael (G) Gyorko, Scott (LB)

Hagberg, Rudolph ASwede@ (T)Follansbee, W.Va.

Parsons, W.Va. Sparta, Tenn. Charleston, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Hinton, W.Va. Washington, Pa. Allison, Pa. Berwick, Pa. Berlin, Germany Cos Cobb, Conn. Morgantown, W.Va. Danville, N.J. Winfield, W.Va. Clarksburg, W.Va. Ashland, Ky. Berwind, W.Va. Fogelsville, Pa. West Hazelton, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. New Castle, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Aliquippa, Pa. Jeannette, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. New Martinsville, W.Va. Canton, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. St. Albans, W.Va. Plano, Texas Monongah, W.Va. Winchester, Va. War, W.Va.

1957 58C 1968 69 70 1924 25 26 1944 1973 1896 1999-2000-01-02 1951 52 53 1988-89-90 2011 1948 1929-30 1975 76 1965 66 67 1967 68 1933 34 1974 2005-06-07-08 1989 1966 67 68 1973 74 1968 69 70 1995-96-97-98 1951 1965 1994-95-96-97 1983 84 86 1930-31 1935 1904 2001-02-03-04 1962 63 1959 1969 70 1973 1910 11

Farley, Francis (HB) Farley, Richard (HB) Farley, William Don (OT) Faulkner, Frank Fazzolari, Mark (P) Federovitch, Frank (G) Fedorco, Charlie (WR) Feigt, Curtis (OL) Feldman, Lewis (T) Ferrara, Louis (G) Fette, Jeffrey (K) Fewell, Michael (MG) Fiber, Clarence (OG) Fidler, Louis (G) Fields, Rory (DB) Figner, Jake (OT/OG) Filozof, Mike (OT) Finnerty, John (DB) Fiorante, A. Chuck (QB) Fisher, Charles (DT) Fisher, Charles (DB) Fisher, Gerald (QB) Fisher, James (LB) Fisher, Ken (WR) Fisher, Todd (TE) Fizer, Homer Fizer, Leo (FB) Fleming, Brooks (QB) Fleming, Scott (LS) Fleming, William (QB) Fletcher, Robert (T) Flinchum, John (OT) Florence, Thomas Floyd, Charles Duffy (G) Fofana, Moe (FB) Fogle, Chris (OG) Foley, Douglas (T) Forbes, Charlton (DT) Ford, Garrett Sr. (RB) Ford, Garrett Jr. (RB) Ford, Gene Ford, George M. (C) Ford, Larry (DE) Ford, Steve (OG) Foreman, Shawn (WR) Fornadel, Ed (OT) Forrelli, William (HB) Forte, Anthony (G-T) Fought, Robert (HB) Fowler, Delbert (DE) Fowlkes, Dennis (LB) Fox, Mike (DT) Foy, John (DE) Francis, F. Francis, Josh (LB) Frazier, J. Clayton Frazier, Lance (DB) Freeman, Jim (FB) Freeman, Kevin (DT) Freese, George (QB) Frost, Tim (TE) Fryer, Kenneth (FB) Fuccy, Louis (C) Fuller, James “Skip” (MG) Fuller, Robert (G) Fulmore, Randy (DB) Fulton, Darren (DB

all-tIme lettermen

Silver Spring, Md. Moundsville, W.Va. Waverly, W.Va. Old Harbor, Jamaica Washington, D.C. Morgantown, W.Va. Masontown, W.Va. Georgetown, S.C. Trenton, N.J. Chesapeake, Va. Bethel Park, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Cleveland, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Akron, Ohio Lambertville, N.J. Damascus, Md. Delray Beach, Fla. Lima, Ohio Carteret, N.J. Wheeling, W.Va. Youngstown, Ohio Wellsburg, W.Va. Weston, W.Va. Somerville, N.J. Moundsville, W.Va. Columbia, S.C. Miami, Fla.

2001-02-03 1994 1936 37 38 1996-97-98 1965 66 67 1989-90-91-92 1902-03 1891-95 2008-09-10 1996-97-98 1995-96-97-98 1983 1951 52 1934 1947 1977 78 79 80 1979 80 81 82 1986 87 88-89 1980 1904 2011 1895 2000-01-02-03C 1992-93-94 1999- 2001-02 1946 47 2000 1940 43 1921 22 23 1987 88-89 1960 1993-94-95 1986 88-89

Bristol, W.Va. Grantsville, W.Va. Wellsburg, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Windber, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Benwood, W.Va. Mobile, Ala. Upper Marlboro, Md. Parkersburg, W.Va. Belle Chasse, La. Jenks, Okla. Midlothian, Va. Brentwood, Tenn. Huntington, W.Va. Hurley, N.Y.

1901-02 03 1959 1933 34 35 1917 1938-39 1935 36 37 1960 61 62 1925 1941 42 43 1897 2001-02-03-04 1986 87 88 1913 15 16 2003-04 2003-04-05-06C 1967 68 69C 2001-02-03-04 1926 1996-98

191

Herock, Kenneth (E) Herrig, Richard (HB) Herron, Ross (E) Hertzog, Greg (P) Herzog, Mike (DT) Hess, David (E) Hester, Eugene (E) Hicks, Joel (HB) Hill, Ed (FB) Hill, Ed (WR) Hill, George (FB) Hill, Lee (G) Hill, Norman (OT) Hill, Philip (C) Hill, Pierre (E) Hillen, James (T) Hillen, William (E) Himic, James (OG) Hindsley, Scott (DE) Hinerman, Edgar M. (E) Hines, Jack (DB) Hines, Jeremy (C) Hinman, Clark Frank (HB) Hite, Clay (HB). Hockenberry, Charles (HB) Hodges, Charles Edward Hodges, Daniel (OG) Hodges, Milton Stanley (T) Hodges, Paul “Moose” (T) Hoffman, Mark “Dutch”(QB)

Munhall, Pa. Point Pleasant, W.Va. Hiller, Pa. Jeannette, Pa. Waldorf, Md. Bridgeport, W.Va. Plymouth, Pa. Richwood, W.Va. Reston, Va. Cincinnati, Ohio Fairmont, W.Va. South Charleston, W.Va. Moorestown, N.J. Charleston, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Smock, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Derry, Pa. Beckley, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Lakewood, Ohio Sommerville, Mass. Huntington, W.Va. Nemacolin, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Rocky Mount, Va. Keyser, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Newark, Del. Greensburg, Pa. Manasses, Va. Sewell Station, W.Va. Pennsboro, W.Va. Norristown, Pa. Watson, W.Va. Virginia Beach, Va.

1960 61 62 1959 1949 50 1989-90 1983 84 85 1959 1934 35 1963 1985 86 1990-91-92-93 1919 20 21 1945 1965 66 67 1921 22 23 24 1920-21 22 23 1956 57 58 1952 53 54 1977 78 79C 1971 1908 1971 2003-04 1904 05 06 07 1914 15 16 19 1938 39 1911 1966 67 1898-1899 1901C 1935 36 37 1977 78 1947 48 2007-08-09-10 1891 1927 28 1981 82 1891 1976 77 1904 1896

Ice, Frank (G)

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Kash, Jeremy (H) Katchur, John (HB) Kay, Robert H.C. (G) Kayden, Kyle (LB) Kazmierski, Frank (T) Keadle, James (G) Fairmont, W.Va. Phoenix, Ariz. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Parkersburg, W.Va. Church Creek, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Gladwyne, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Boca Raton, Fla. Monroeville, Pa. 1916-17 19 2005 2006 1935 1982 2010-11 2006-07-08 1935 36 37 1997-98-99-2000C 2005-06-07-08C Keane, Thomas (QB) Kearney, Jay (WR) Keaton, Curtis (RB) Keefer, Clarence (E) Keely, Josiah Keener, Hayes (E) Kehl, Kurt (OT) Keister, John Claude Kelchner, Jake (QB) Kell, Septimus Jasper Kelly, Charles (TE) Kemp, Harold (G) Kemper, Jack (HB) Kendra, Dan (QB) Kenna, Edward (K) Kenna, Jack (HB) Kernic, John (C) Elizabeth, N.J. Canton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Monroeville, Pa. Greensboro, N.C. Bentleyville, Pa. East Bank, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Madison, W.Va. Ravenswood, W.Va. Fort Myers, Fla. Parkersburg, W.Va. Weirton, W.Va. Grafton, W.Va. Williamson, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Shepherdstown, W.Va. La Plata, Md. Wheeling, W.Va. Washington, D.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Lansdale, Pa. West Union, S.C. Ripley, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Dania, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Dayton, Ohio Welch, W.Va. Princeton, W.Va. Peterstown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Canton, Ohio Prichard, Ala. College Park, Ga. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Monongah, W.Va. Huber Heights, Ohio Miami, Fla. Washington, D.C. Charleston, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Cincinnati, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Martins Ferry, Ohio Catonsville, Md. Uniontown, Pa. Bethel Park, Pa. Gilbert, W.Va. 2004-05-06 1985 86 87 88 2004 1894 1971 72 73C 2005-06-07-08 2000-01-02-03 1944 1951 52 53C 1988 1975 76 77 78 2010-11 2009-10 1969 70 71C 1891 1938 39 1924-25 26 27 1989-90-91-92 2007-08-09-10 1943 45 1992 1979 80 81 82 2001-02-03-04 1975 76 77 1990-91-92 1984 85 2001-02-03 1985 86 87 88 2007-08-09-10 1920 1943 44 1994-95-96C 1931 34 35 1983 84 85 2003-04-05-06 2002-03-04 1984 85 87 1957 2001 1988-90 1990 1990-91-92-93 1978 79 80 81 1974 75 76 1948 49 50 1928 29 30 1982 83 84 85C 1963 1967 68 2003-04-05C Keslar, Jack (OT) Kesling, Leo (HB) Kester, Ted (LB) Keys, Jamie (SS) Keys, Rob (DB) Kidd, Harold (DB) Kiger, Clem (E) Kimble, Frank (T) Kinczel, Frank (OT) Kinder, Carl (K) King, Adam (FB) King, Andrew V.( HB) King, Brian (DB) King, Harry (T) King, Sedrick (DB) King, Terry (LB) Kinsey, C. (HB) Kirchner, Bernard (WR) Kiselica, Joseph (C) Klick, Chris (OT) Klim, Ronald (C) Knapp, Jeremy (TE) Knapp, Justin (LB) Knell, Brad (OG) Knight, Derek (S) Knox, Roy Koken, Kevin (C) Konrad, Philip Konstantinos, Kereazis (T) Kopnisky, Joseph (E) Kortwright, Harlan Kosanovich, Eli (HB) Kostelich, David (T) Kovach, Bob (OG) Kovatch, Ricky (TE) Kozlowski, Scott (P) Krawchyk, Brian (WR) Krebs, George R. (G). Krohe, Jay (OL) Krutko, Lawrence (FB) Kucer, Thomas (C) Kucherawy, Thaddeus (DB) Kuhayda, Joseph (HB) Kulakowski, Edmund (T) Kunst, George H.A. (G) Kunst, Karl Kush, Steve (G) Kyle, Robert (QB)

Centreville, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Royal, W.Va. Fremont, Ohio Weirton, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Bellaire, Ohio Piscataway, N.J. Columbus, Ohio Cameron, W.Va. Taylortown, Pa. Berwick, Pa. Berwick, Pa. Welch, W.Va. Shamokin, Pa. Rand, W.Va. Clarksburg, W.Va. Allentown, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Ligonier, Pa. Elkins, W.Va. Winfield, W.Va. Harrisburg, Pa. Clarksville, Pa. Okeechobee, Fla. New Martinsville, W.Va. Williamson, W.Va. Cleveland, Ohio St. Albans, W.Va. Ripley, W.Va. Damascus, Md. Boynton Beach, Fla. Lorain, Ohio Arlington, Va. Tarentum, Pa. Douglassville, Pa. Carnegie, Pa. Ridgeview, W.Va. Ridgeview, W.Va. Poca, W.Va. Detroit, Mich. Youngstown, Ohio New Martinsville, W.Va. Yorkville, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Weirton, W.Va. Canonsburg, Pa. New Castle, Pa. Dublin, Ohio West Palm Beach, Fla. Aliquippa, Pa. New Martinsville, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Carmichaels, Pa. Wintersville, Ohio Stockdale, Pa. McMechen, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Pruntytown, W.Va. Windber, Pa. Princeton, W.Va.

2007-08-09-10 1941 1919 20 21C 1998-99-2000C-01C 1948 49 1944 1946 47 1992-93 1997 1925 26 27 28C 1893 95 1898 99 1900 1981 82 83 84 1904 1992-93 1904 1973 74 75 1944 1943 1974 75 76 77 1901 1906 1952 53 54 1984 1944 45 1987 88-89-90 1978 1994-95C 1991-92-93-94 1920 21 1941 1979 80 81 1963 65 66 2002-03 1915 16 17 19 2000-01-02-03C 1910 11 1978 79 80 81 1970 71C 1910 1971 72 74 1961 62 1993-94 1955 2001 2006 1999-2000-01C 2010 1893 1985 86 87 88C 1896 97-98 1949 50 51C 1955 56C 1903 1960 61 62 1970 1986 87 88 2008-09-10-11 2006-09 1985 1894-95-96C-97-98 1976 77 78 79 1955 56 57 1967 68C 1967 68 69 1946 1941 42 46 47 1891 93 94C 96 1894 1963 64 65 1934 35 36

Igono, David (DB) Ingram, James (DE) Ingram, Leo (HB) Introcaso, Mark (RB) Irvin, Bruce (DE) Isdaner, Greg (OG) Issac, David (HB) Ivy, Khori (WR) Ivy, Mortty (LB)

Jackson, Akeem (DB) Jackson, Dale (LB) Jackson, Eddie (WR) Jacobs, Samuel Jagdmann, David (E) Jalloh, Dorrell (WR) James, Todd (P-K) Jarrett, Summers (G) Jarrett, William (HB) Javins, Lee (LB) Jelich, Joseph (MG) Jenkins, Brodrick (CB) Jenkins, Josh (OT) Jenkins, Leon (DB) Jenkins, Samuel (T) Jennings, William (C) Jenniwine, Fred (G) Jett, James (WR) Jobe, Eric (C/OG) Jochum, Thomas (C) Johnson, Al (QB) Johnson, Dave (TE) Johnson, Hikee (FB) Johnson, Lester (MG) Johnson, Mark (K) Johnson, Tony (RB) Johnson, Tory (TE) Johnson, Undra (RB) Johnson, Will (WR/FB/TE) Johnson, William (T) Johnson, William (T) Johnston, Chad (QB) Johnston, Joseph (E-C) Jolliff, Chuck (OG) Jones, Abraham (DB) Jones, Adam (DB) Jones, Andrew (DB) Jones, Dennis (E) Jones, Derek (QB-WR) Jones, Greg (QB) Jones, Greg “Pete” (WR) Jones, Jon (RB) Jones, Keith (OT) Jordan, Paul (DB) Joseph, Adle (C) Joseph, Eugene (E) Jozwiak, Brian (OT) Juriga, Richard (E) Juskowich, Ken (K) Justice, Garin (OT)

all-tIme lettermen

Hoffman, Richard (T) Hogan, Brandon (WR/CB) Hogg, Gory (QB) Hogue, Homer (G) Hoisington, Ray (OT) Holbert, John Thomas (L) Holbert, Larry (DB) Holden, Fleming Holden, William Holdinsky, Roger (HB) Holdt, Art (DE) Holifield, John (RB) Holland, Brock (OT) Holland, Paul (TE) Holley, Larry (DB) Holliday, Andy (LB) Holliday, John (LB) Hollins, Rich (WR) Holmes, Jerry (DB) Holmes, John (LB) Holmes, Ted (E) Holton, Glenn (FB) Hoover, Allan (G) Hoover, Douglas (LB) Horn, Mike (OG) Hortman, Edward Horvath, Timothy (OT) Hosek, Anthony (E) Hostetler, Jeff (QB) Hott, George (HB) Houghton, John (OT) Hovanski, Augustine (G) Howard, Charles (T) Howard, Edwin (E) Howard, Mo (LB) Howard, Verne (OT) Howell, Aaron (OG) Howley, Charles (G) Hoy, C.F. Hubbard, G. Mike (FB) Hubbard, Robert Hudson, David (C) Hudson, Garland (DB) Huey, L.B. Huff, Robert “Sam” (G) Huffman, Bruce (LB) Hughes, Adam (LS) Hughes, Ed (LB) Hughes, John W. (G) Hunt, Brad (DT) Hunter, Ernest (DT) Hunter, Joe (DB/WR) Hunter, Malcom (DB) Huntz, Bernard (E) Huston, Tom (FB) Hutchinson, B. Lee (E) Hutchinson, Brooks S. (E) Hutchinson, Harold (FB) Huyett, John (T)

Moundsville, W.Va. Falls Church, Va. Romulus, Mich. Bangor, Pa. Westlake, Ohio Donora, Pa. Hurricane, W.Va. Hurricane, W.Va. Zanesville, Ohio Hampton, Va. Rockledge, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa. Barboursville, W.Va. Waynesboro, Pa. Waynesboro, Pa. Lancaster, Pa. Tunnelton, W.Va. Sandusky, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Holsopple, Pa. Moorefield, W.Va. Gauley Bridge, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Baltimore, Md. Monroeville, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Salamanca Lake, N.Y. Bellaire, Ohio Newport News, Va. Farmington, W.Va. Poca, W.Va. Princeton, W.Va. Ypsilanti, Mich. Troy, W.Va. Ripley, W.Va. Burke, Va. Mobile, Ala. Silver Spring, Md. Wyoming, Pa. Arlington, Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Charles Town, W.Va.

1959 60 61 1968 69 70 1984 85 86C 1997-98 1976 1983 84 85 86 1982 1976 77 78 1981 82 83 1978 79C 2005-06-07-08 1954 1961 62 63C 1962 63 64C 1965 66 1994-95-96 1891 1969 70 1955 1982 83C 1949 1969 70 1949 1921-22 23-24 1930 2002-03-04 1990 2005 1955 56 57 1901-02 1973 74 1956 1971 1967 68 69 1906-07 1952 53 54 55C 1972 73 74 2007-08 1980 81 82 83 1891 1984 85 86 87C 2002-03-04-05C 2003-04 1978 1946 47 48 49 1955 59 60 1906 07 08 09C 1906-07-08 1914 15 16 1935

Kallmerten, James (HB) Kaminski, Bob (OG) Karwoski, Jim (C) Karr, William (E) Kaser, Jim (TE) Kaser, Robin (WB)

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Labrasca, Algie (DB) LaFon, Ed (E) Lake, Alex (LB) Huntington, W.Va. Elyria, Ohio Freedom, Pa. Ripley, W.Va. Toledo, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio 1944 45 1974 75 1964 1930 31 32 1981 82 83 1969 70 Lake, Antwan (DT) Lamb, Gene (HB)

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Dunlevy, Pa. New Martinsville, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. New Market, Md. Middlebourne, W.Va. Leckie, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Wellsburg, W.Va. Etna, Pa.

1970 1962 2002-03 1998-99-2000-01 1960 1964 65 1915 1951 52 53 54C 1958 60C

Lambert, Gordon (E) Lambert, Oscar (C) Lamone, Gene (G) Lanasa, Charles (C)

192

Landolt, Kevin (LB) Lang, Nelson (E) Lang, Thomas (T) Lankster, Ellis (DB) Larcamp, Daniel (OT) Lardin, Frank (G) Larkin, Edward (T) Larue, Russell (FB) LaSavage, John (DB) Latham, Winchester (C) Lathey, Eugene (G) Laughlin, Norman (G) Lavella, David (TB) Lavella, Robert (E) Lavelle, Brandon (LB) Law, Marcus (DB) Lazear, Pat (LB) Leahy, Thomas (T) Leatherwood, Carl (HB) LeBlanc, Jim (OG) Lee, Danny (DL) Lee, Ronnell (FB) Leftridge, Richard (FB) Legg, Bill (C) Lehnortt, Adam (LB) Lemak, William (DT) LeMon, Jamie (WR) Lentz, Howard (FB) Leonard, Anthony (LB) Leonard, Richard (HB) Leone, Anthony (HB) Leps, Henry M. Lester, Eric (LB) Lester, Roy (E) Level, Cecil (DB) LeVinus, Chuck (QB) Lewellen, Howard (E) Lewis, Antonio (DB) Lewis, Brad (QB) Lewis, Charles (QB) Lewis, Clarence (T) Lewis, Ernest (C) Lewis, Geoff (OG) Lewis, H. Carson (HB) Lewis, Issac (G) Lewis, Jim (LB) Lewis, Kirk (QB) Lewis, Sedrick (DT) Lewis, Steve (WR) Lider, Josh (K) Liebig, Pat (DT) Lightcap, David (DB) Lindamood, Matt (FB) Linder, Edward (DT) Lindsay, Rock (RB) Lindsey, Donnie (OL) Lindsey, Tim (LS) Ling, Chris (OG) Linn, Jack (OT) Linn, Jacob Lippe, Steve (LB) Little, Freddie (RB) Lively, Robert (C) Lively, William (QB) Loadman, Tom (QB) Lockwood, Dave (DB) Logan, Mike (DB) Lohr, William (HB) Lombard, J. Gary (LB) Long, Jerrald (WR) Longfellow, Richard (QB) Longino, Elige (LB) Lopasky, William (G) Lopez, Russell (C) Lorello, Mike (DB) Lorenz, Bryan (LB) Lorenz, Harold (QB) Loring, Richard (QB) Lough, Dana (T) Lough, Frank (T) Love, Tim (DE) Loving, Scott (TE) Lovinsky, Charles (WB) Lowe, John (E) Lucas, Jeff (DT) Lucente, John (RB) Luciani, Richard (HB)

Delran, N.J. Cameron, W.Va. Clarksburg, W.Va. Whistler, Ala. St. Albans, W.Va. Masontown, Pa. East Cleveland, Ohio Wheeling, W.Va. Carbondale, Pa. Buckhannon, W.Va. Dunbar, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Herminie, Pa. Jeannette, Pa. Wexford, Pa. Canal Fulton, Ohio Bethesda, Md. Austinburg, Ohio Wheeling, W.Va. Waltham, Mass. Jacksonville, Fla. Bellaire, Ohio Hinton, W.Va. Poca, W.Va. Oil City, Pa. Duquesne, Pa. Washington, Pa. New Martinsville, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Cleveland, Ohio Spencer, W.Va. Fayetteville, Ga. Glendale, Ariz. Wheeling, W.Va. Waldorf, Md. Shadyside, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Fairview, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Wilmington, Del. Dayton, Ohio Orange, N.J. Hurricane, W.Va. Bellevue, Wash. Naples, Fla. Wilmington, Del. Parkersburg, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Bridgeport, W.Va. Bridgeport, W.Va. East Aurora, N.Y. Rochester, N.Y. Uniontown, Ohio Riviera Beach, Fla. Oceana, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Media, Pa. McKeesport, Pa. Wellsburg, W.Va. Perryopolis, Pa. Gary, W.Va. Spencer, W.Va. Cleveland, Ohio Lehman, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. Powell, Ohio Lancaster, N.Y. East Brady, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Chippewa Lake, Ohio Lewisburg, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Hackensack, N.J. Clarksburg, W.Va. Niagara Falls, N.Y.

1995-96-97-98 1927-28 29 1899-1900 2007-08 1972 73 1897-98-99 1900-01 1913 1927 28 29 1976 77 78 1925 26-27C 1954 55 56 1941 1966 67 1960 2006 2005-06 2007-08-09-10 1904 05 06C 07C 1912-13-14-15C 1991-93 1979 1972 74 75 1963 64 65 1981 82 83 84 2001-02-03-04C 1968 1988 1916 17 19 20C 2007-08-09-10 1942 1944 1893C 94 95 1986 87 88 1948 2011 1987 88 1941 46 47 2004-05-06-07 1999-2000-01 1917-19 1925-26 27 28 1900 01 2001-02-03 1925 1929 31 2008 1974 2001 1975 76 77 78C 2009 2003-05-06-08 1997-98 2010-11 1967 1976 1996-97-98-99 2005-06C 1993 1986 87 88-89 1893 1994-95-96-97 2004 1960 1912 1975 76 1985 86 87 88 1993-94-95-96 1950 1973 74 75 1994 1957 58 1993-94-95-96 1958 59C 1943 44C 45 47 2002-03-04-05C 1999 1936 37 38 1949 50 1922-25 26 1930 31 2000-01-02 2009 1967 1943 1983 84 85 86C 1943 1951

Luck, Oliver (QB) Ludes, Joseph (E) Ludwig, Max (E) Lukowski, Richard (DT) Lum, Robert (LB) Lumley, Paul (RB) Lutz, Shawn (TE) Lynch, Ben (DT) Lyons, Wes (WR) Lysick, Stanley (T) Lytle, Irvin (HB)

Cleveland, Ohio Ripley, W.Va. Murrysville, Pa. Wilmington, Del. Butler, Pa. Massillon, Ohio Oil City, Pa. North Braddock, Pa. McKees Rocks, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va.

1978 79 80-81C 1903 1952 53 54 1973 74 75 1998 1975 76 77 1994-95 2001-02-03-04C 2006-07-08-09 1963 64 65C 1920 21

McDay, Ben (TE) McDonald, Angus (E) McDonald, Dale (MG) McDonald, Romeo (T) McElroy, Bill (OG) McElwee, Richard (HB) McFarland, L.G. McGowan, Gregg (DB) McGraw, Richard (T) McGregor, Frank (HB) McGuiness, Russell McHenry, Ross (G) McInerney, Gerald (QB) McIntire, Mont M. (T) McIntyre, Corey (RB-LB) McKenzie, William (K) McKibben, Harold (HB) McKown, Jody (DB)

Johnstown, Pa. Springfield, Ohio Grantsville, W.Va. Butler, Pa. Marlinton, W.Va. Chicago, Ill. Anstead, W.Va. Cairo, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va.. Niagara Falls, N.Y. New Martinsville, W.Va. Indiantown, Fla. Warwood, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Fayetteville, W.Va. Vanderbilt, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Cumberland, Md. Minnesota Morgantown, W.Va. Woodbridge, Va. East Liverpool, Ohio Lewisburg, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Belpre, Ohio Akron, Ohio Lexington, Ky. Huntington, W.Va. Charleroi, Pa. Parkersburg, W.Va. Shenandoah, Pa. Fairmont, W.Va. Hollidaysburg, Pa. Akron, Ohio Buford, Ga. Clarksburg, W.Va. Kingwood, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Fredericksburg, Va. Follansbee, W.Va. Stafford, Va. Waldorf, Md. Monongah, W.Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Dunkard, Pa. Sewickley, Pa. Hurricane, W.Va. Columbus, Ohio Birmingham, Ala. Keyser, W.Va. Morristown, Tenn. Los Angeles, Calif. Bridgeport, W.Va. Columbus, Ohio Howell, N.J. Point Pleasant, W.Va. Long Beach, Calif. Parkersburg, W.Va. Naples, Fla. Jersey City, N.J. Washington, D.C. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. South Charleston, W.Va. Ridgeley, W.Va. Bridgeville, Pa. Williamson, W.Va. Wayne, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Elizabethtown, Pa. Erie, Pa. Paris, Texas Parkersburg, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Cocoa, Fla. Huntington, W.Va.

1976 77 1896 1984 85 1932 33 1995-96-97 1940 41 42 43C 1901 1982 1960 1896-98-99-1900 1947 1924 25 26C 1951 52 1906 07 08C 1998-99-2000-01 1975 76 77 1944 45 1977 78 79 81 1949 50 51 2003-04-05-06 1979 1977 1969 70 72 1922-23 2000 2000 1971 1897-98 99 1900 2005-06 1976 77 78 1984 2000 1926 27 28 1960 61 62C 1938 39 40 1946 1917 20 21 22C 1909 1982 83 1972 73 74C 2007-08 1958 1985 86 1947 48 1973 1898 1957 2011 2011 1972 73 74 1978 79 80 82 1900 1893 1958 1944-45 2008-09-10-11 2010-11 1917 19 1972 73 74C 2002-03-04-05 1982 83 1994 2003 1988-89-90 1897 1935 36 37 2011 2004 1941 1992 1946 47 48 1942 47 1979 80 81 1989 1903-04 1928-29 1902-03 1970 71 72 1964 1992-93-94 1924 25 26 2006-07-08 1946 47 48 49 1983-84-85 1935-37 1987 88-89C 1960 61 62C

MacDonald, Marshall (QB) MacDonald, Scott (E) Macerelli, Jeffrey (LB) MacInnis, Charlie (K) Mackey, Loyal (T) MacRae, John (E) Madison, Richard (WB) Madsen, Joe (OC) Magro, Marc (LB) Mahan, Walter (G) Mahrt, Armin (HB) Main, Ralph (T) Malardie, Frank (G) Malik, Ridwan (DB) Mallory, John (DB) Malyk, Walter (FB) Mandich, Samuel (C) Mantooth, Billy Joe (LB) Marbury, Kerry (RB) Marconi, Joseph (FB) Marker, Harry (HB) Marker, William (E) Marlatt, Pat (DT) Marra, John (HB) Marshall, Rasheed (QB) Marshall, Ray (LB) Martha, Richard (DB) Martin, Allan (HB) Martin, Bill (DB) Martin, Charles (G) Martin, Homer (FB) Martin, Paul (T) Martin, Paul Herman (HB) Martin, Richardo (DT) Martin, Truman Martin, William (HB) Mascaro, John (C) Mathews, Travis (DB) Matz, George (C) Mauney, Marcus (DB) Maw, Stephen (OT) Mawhinney, Sam (T) Mayfield, David (DB) Mays, Alvoid (DB) Mayweather, Lenard (DT) Mazzei, Joseph Mazzella, James (C) Mazzone, Tom (K) McAfee, Pat (K/P) McAllister, Bryant (RB) McBrien, Scott (QB) McCann, Dee (DB) McCann, Donald (HB) McCartney, Ivan (WR) McCleary, Rollin (FB) McClintic, Travis (WR) McClung, Brad (LB) McClung, Bruce (E) McClure, William (HB) McCollim, Reed (DE) McComas, William (T) McComb, Bennett (E) McConnell, Peter (DE) McCracken, Ross McCue, Anthony (E) McCue, John (HB) McCue, John B. (G) McCulty, Matt (WR) McCune, Allen (QB)

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Charles Town, W.Va. Two Harbors, Minn. Canonsburg, Pa. Londonderry, N.H. Cameron, W.Va. Aylesbury, Saskatchewan New Washington, Pa. Chardon, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Follansbee, W.Va. Dayton, Ohio Coeburn, Va. Burgettstown, Pa. Columbia, S.C. Summit, N.J. Vineland, N.J. Weirton, W.Va. Clendenin, W.Va. Monongah, W.Va. Fredericktown, Pa. Ligonier, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Princeton, N.J. Shinnston, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Clairton, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Elm Grove, W.Va. New Cumberland, W.Va. Lookout, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Mannington, W.Va. Cassville, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va.

1902-03-04-05 1975 1975 76 77 78C 2002 1930 1910-11 1964 2009-10-11 2004-05-06-07C 1922-23-24-25C 1922 1947 48 49 1965 2004-05-06-07 1965 66 67 1947 48 49 1938 39 40 1971 72 1971 72 1952 53 54 55 1929 30 31 32 1951 52 53 1985 86 87 88 1958 59 60 2001-02-03-04C 1974 75 1963 64 65 1940 41 42 2001-02 1960 1919 20 21 22 1929 30 1901-02-03-04C-05C 1970 1912 13 1907

McLaughlin, Stanley (C) McLee, Kevin (LB) McLee, Reggie (RB) McLee, William (LB) McMillan, Frederick (DT) McMillan, Gordon (HB) McMillen, Josh (RB) McNeil, Cortez (DE) McVay, Michael (LB) McWhorter, Charles (QB) Meckstroth, Aaron (DB) Meeley, Robin (TE) Mehalko, Vince (DT) Meighan, Ben (DB) Meisel, Louis (G) Melenyzer, Keith (G) Mellace, Robert (E) Mensick, Peter (C) Meredith, Russell (T) Merrill, Austin Cook Merritts, Jim (DT) Merrow, Jeffery (DT) Merrow, Thor (NT) Messinger, Phillip (E) Metheny, Brad (DB) Metro, Sid (E) Michael, H. Mike (LB) Middleburg, Charles Mikanik, Paul (HB) Miles, Donovan (LB) Milhouse, Willie (WR) Miller, Charles (DB) Miller, Darrell (WR) Miller, Dwight Miller, Forney Miller, J.D. (G) Miller, Joseph (HB) Miller, Julian (DT) Miller, Pat (CB) Mills, Fred (E) Mills, Marshall (WR) Mims, Anthony (DB) Minetree, Brad (LB) Minneyfield, Tony (WR) Mirault, Joe (DE) Mitchell, Darrell (TE) Mitchell, Fred Moan, Emmett “Kelly” (HB) Molinari, Mike (P) Montinar, L.J. (DB) Montone, Neil (E) Moore, Brian (RB) Moran, James (T) Morecraft, Fred (E) Moreland, Allen (DB) Morelli, Frank (OG) Morgan, C. (G) Morgan, Fred (T) Morgan, Monte Earle Morris, David (DB) Morris, George (WB) Morris, Keith (DT) Morrison, Edward T. (QB) Morrone, Sam (TE) Morton, Jack (FB) Moses, John (MG) Moses, Richard (G) Moss, Adrian (TE) Moss, Jim (HB)

all-tIme lettermen

Monongah, W.Va. Mount Airy, Md. Bluefield, W.Va. Shelby, N.C. Central Square, N.Y. Washington, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Palmetto, Fla. Fullerton, Calif. South Charleston, W.Va. Follansbee, W.Va. Plum, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Rockville, Md. Lucedale, Miss. Charleroi, Pa. Miramar, Fla. Romney, W.Va. Lewisburg, W.Va. Rainelle, W.Va. Rupert, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Sarver, Pa. Huntington, W.Va. Sewickley, Pa. Smoke Rise, N.J. Persinger, W.Va, Morgantown, W.Va. Spencer, W.Va.. East Bank, W.Va.

1943 1990-91 1943 1972 73 74 2007-08 1933 34 35 1991-92-93-94 1988 1994 1931 1963 64C 1993 2005-06-07-08C 1984 85 86 2000 2004-05 1939 40 41 2010-11 1951 52 2005-06 2005 1956 57 58 1957 58 1974 1943 1958 59 1975 76 77 1931 1905 1936-37 1917 19 1995 1964 65C

193

Moss, Robert (HB) Mott, Khari (RB) Mott, Walter (E) Moye, Jermaine (WR) Mozes, Dan (C) Mullen, Gary (WR) Mullennex, H.P. (T) Mundle, Dwayne (DB) Mundy, Ryan (DB) Munk, Rudolph (QB) Murphy, John (HB) Murphy, John (DB) Murphy, Robert (E) Murray, Lind (DB) Murrell, Adrian (RB) Murrin, Clarence (E) Murrin, Julian (E) Musmanno, Robert (C) Mustipher, Sam (NG) Myers, Donald (FB) Myles, Brandon (WR)

Huntington, W.Va. Swathmore, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Rochester, Pa. Washington, Pa. Clairton, Pa. Morton, W.Va. Toronto, Canada Pittsburgh, Pa. Connellsville, Pa. Bridgeport, W.Va. Wooster, Ohio Bridgeport, W.Va. Youngstown, Ohio Wahiawa, Hawaii Parkersburg, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Coraopolis, Pa. Miami, Fla. Greensburg, Pa. Goochland, Va.

1952 53 54 55 1997 1944 2004 2003-04-05-06C 1981 82 83 84 1914 2005 2007 1909 10C 1948 49 50 1989 1949 1980 81 1990-91-92 1924-25 1924 25 26-27 1966 1991 1960 2004-05-06C

Orr, Tommy (DB) Osborne, Robert Lynn Osegueda, Carlos (WR) Osleger, Kenneth (DE) Ours, Wes (RB) Owens, Arthur (RB)

Elizabeth, N.J. Miami, Fla. Monongahela, Pa. Rawlings, Md. Stroudsburg, Pa.

1990-91-92-93 1896 97-98 1997-99-2000 1969 70 1998-99-2000 1972 73 74 75C

Pozeqa, John (G) Preston, Dave (LB) Prete, Louis (G) Price, Andrew (T) Price, James (HB) Price, Jeff (C) Price, Ryan (DT) Pridemore, Thomas (DB) Priester, Jim (HB) Pritt, Hermon (C) Procopio, James (HB) Proctor, Basil (DB) Pugh, Charles (DB)

Logan, W.Va. Warren, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Marlinton, W.Va. Welch, W.Va. Inkster, Mich. Brookville, Ohio Anstead, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Dunbar, W.Va. St. Marys, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Kissimmee, Fla. Fairfax, Va. Bordentown, N.J. Pittsburgh, Pa. Albany, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Seaford, Del.

1942 45C 46 47 1980 82 83 84C 1949 1891 1949 1987 88-89 1995-96-97 1975 76 77C 1949 50 1944 1962 1988-89 2005-06-07 2010 1995-96-97-98 1979 1949 50 1904 1993-94-95C

Pabian, Joseph Jr. (T) Page, Michael (WR) Page, Solomon (OT) Painter, Ken (DL) Palmer, Brad (FB) Palmer, Jack (C) Palmer, Lesley (HB) Papetti, Joseph (E) Parise, Brett (WR) Parker, Chris (DT) Parker, Scott (OG) Parriot, William (HB) Parriott, Joseph Parsons, Stoner (E)

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Barton, Ohio St. Clairsville, Ohio Cumberland, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Saltsburg, Pa. Oakland, Md. Wheeling, W.Va. Cedar Grove, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Cortland, Ohio Whitehall, Pa. Whitehall, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Poca, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Coalwood, W.Va. Brownsville, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Uniontown, Pa. Raleigh, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Matheny, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Royersford, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. Ft.Lauderdale, Fla. Cumberland, Md. Hampton, Va. Fox Chapel, Pa. Falls Church, Va. Richmond, Va. Steubenville, Ohio Wheeling, W.Va. Chicago, Ill. Elkins, W.Va. Smithfield, Pa. Boynton Beach, Fla. Hilliard, Ohio Parkersburg, W.Va. Jeannette, Pa. Miami, Fla. Northfork, W.Va. Northfork, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Scottdale, Pa. Springfield, Pa. South Charleston, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Mount Hope, W.Va. Dillonvale, Ohio Hutchinson, Pa. Jeannette, Pa. Opa Locka, Fla. Youngstown, Ohio Washington, D.C. Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Madison, Ohio Washington, Pa. Canton, Ohio Clarksburg, W.Va. Lackawanna, N.Y.

1962 63 1990-92-93 2001-02 1996-97-98 1993 2004-05-06 1977 78 79 1942 1953 54 1992 1985 86 87 88 1987 88-89 1930 31 32 1953 54 1950 1964 65 1988 1926 1967 68 69 1975 76 1899 1900-01 1942 43 1906 07-08 09 1984 85 86 1901 02 1940 41 42 46C 1943 47 1945 1966 2003-04 1973 74 75 1912 1992-93-94 1979 2000 1973 74 75 1957 58 59 1979 80 81 2011 1952 53 1924-25 1934 35 36-37 1973 1985 86 87 88 2003 1985 86 87 88 1956 57 1985 86 87 88C 1908 1943 1938 39 40 1937-38-39 1924 1964 65 66 1976 77 78 79C 2006 1996-97-98-99 1928 29 30 1967 68 69 1967-68-69 1968 1934 35 2009 1959 60C 1894 1997-98-99 1968 69 70 1903 04 1943 1982 83 1970 71 1985 1941 42 1995

Pugnetti, Gregg (P) Pukenas, Bryan (OG) Pupilli, Mark (DB) Purello, Alfred (HB) Purinton, John Purnell, Lovett (TE)

Pabian, Joseph III (LB)

Napoleon, Eugene (RB)

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Quarles, Patrick (C) Queen, Ervin (T)

Jersey City, N.J. Youngstown, Ohio Wheeling, W.Va. Bellafonte, Pa. Woodbury, Pa. Oxnard, Calif. Parkersburg, W.Va. Grant Town, W.Va. Grant Town, W.Va. Steelton, Pa. Parkersburg, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Stroudsburg, Pa. Parkersburg, W.Va. Paden City, W.Va. Detroit, Mich. Ravenswood, W.Va. Peterstown, W.Va. Spencer, W.Va. Glen Jean, W.Va. New Martinsville, W.Va. Rupert, W.Va. Richwood, W.Va. Greensboro, Pa. Benwood, W.Va. Greensburg, Pa. Long Beach, Calif. New Castle, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. State College, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Homestead, Fla. Parkersburg, W.Va.

1987 88-89 1921 22 23 24 1940 41 42 1972 1999-2000-01-02 2002-03 1919 1935 36 37 1944 45 1907 08 1963 1897 2011 2007-08-09-10C 1895 1971 72 73 1992 1971 72 73 1895 96 98 1980 81 82 83 1914-15 16 17 1988-89-90-91 1971 72 73 1956 57 1951 52 54 1964 1914 1960 61 62 1935 36 37 2000-01-02C 1926-27 29 1994 1926-27-28 1897-98 2002-03-04-05 1951 52 53 54 1915 1999 2009-10-11 1903

Pastilong, Edward (QB) Pastorkovich, Jim (RB) Patrick, Edward (E) Patrick, Oscar (E) Patterson, Norman (DT) Patton, Benjamin (G) Paulin, Anthony (T) Pearcy, Earle Peccon, Chris (FB) Peck, M. Wood Peelish, Victor (G) Pence, Richard (C) Pence, Robert (E) Pendry, Joseph (E) Pennington, John (WR) Pennypacker, Richard (OG) Pepper, Wade Perkins, Steve (DE) Perlozzo, Tom (RB) Perry, William (DT) Peters, Andrew (DE) Peterson, Ray (HB) Pettaway, Everett (DB) Petteway, Shaq (DB) Peyton, James (G) Pfleger, Philip (E) Phares, John “Squint” (HB) Phillippi, Butch (OT) Phillips, Calvin (WR) Phillips, Erick (RB) Phillips, Rick (OT) Pickett, James (T) Pickett, Robert (LB) Pierce, Andrew Craig (C) Pike, Patrick (E) Pike, Walter (T) Pinion, Samuel (HB) Pinkney, Dixon (G) Piscorick, John (FB) Pisula, Allen (DL) Plank, Phil (LB) Plants, Mark (FB) Plaster, Lawrence (C) Plumley, Mickey (OG) Pobolish, Ronald (DB) Podbesek, Robert (OT) Poilek, Joseph (QB)

Queen, Raymond (HB)

Nardacci, Nicholas (RB)

Quinlan, John James (G)

all-tIme lettermen

Narick, Steven (E) Nastase, Samuel (C) Nastasi, A.J. (WR) Neal, Aaron (WR) Neale, William (HB) Nebera, Fred (E) Nebera, John (HB) Nebinger, Richard (HB) Nedeff, George (G) Neely, Matthew Mansfield Nehlen, Ryan (WR) Neild, Chris (NT) Nelly, Henry (C) Nelson, Michael (FB) Nelson, Robert (OT) Nester, W. Frank (K) Nethken, C. Ervin (G) Newberry, Steve (DB) Newman, Rush C. Newsom, Tim (DB) Newton, Wilbert (LB) Nicely, Joseph (G) Nicholson, Richard (HB) Nickler, Francis (C) Niedermyer, John Niedzalkoski, Larry (T) Nielson, Robert (C) Nimmo, Lance (OT) Nixon, George (T) Nixon, Jeff (RB) Nixon, Theodore (G) Noble, Joseph (E) Noechel, Jeff (LB) Norman, Carl (HB) Northcott, C. Andrew Nosa, Osa (DT) Nutter, Cody (LS) Nulton, Harold (T)

Rabbits, Victor (HB) Rader, Brian (TB) Rader, Emil (HB)

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Richmond, Va. Logan, W.Va. Wayne, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va.

1922 1947 48 1943 1922 23

Jeannette, Pa. Fairmont, W.Va. Sewickley, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Ripley, W.Va. Cross Lanes, W.Va. Folsom, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Roaring Spring, Pa. Dublin, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Philippi, W.Va. Keyser, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Bixby, Okla. Montvale, N.J. New Martinsville, W.Va. Etna, Pa. Okeechobee, Fla. Weirton, W.Va. Greensburg, Pa. Latrobe, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Boutte, La.

1954 55 56 1912 13 1967 1944 1963 64 65 2011 1915 1983 84 87 1894 95 1937 38 39 1979 80 81 82C 2001C 1989-90-91C 1985 1990 2011 1986 87 88 1986 87 1999-2000-01 1971 72 1957 58 1988-89 1945 46 47 48 1946 47 48C 1972 1943 2005-06-07 1906 1893-94-95 1912 1916 1894

Race, James Stewart

Rader, Richard (WB) Rader, Tyler (OL) Rahl, Marvin G. Randolph, Pat (TB) Rane, John “Chip” Rapaswick, Anthony (QB) Raugh, Mark (TE) Rauh, Brenden (K) Ray, John (OT) Reda, Tony (QB) Redd, Steve (DT) Redman, Taige (LB) Redwine, Milton (OT) Reed, Ben (QB) Rego, Cooper (RB) Reid, Dennis (DT) Reight, Melvin (HB) Rembert, Reggie (WR) Remenar, Eugene (T) Reno, Frank (E) Resenic, Daniel (OT) Rexroad, Harvey (G) Reynaud, Darius (WR) Reynolds, A.F. (QB) Reynolds, E. Bunker Reynolds, Lynden Eugene Rhodes, Walter Rice, Benjamin Franklin Rice, E. Jeff (RB) Richards, Maurice (DB) Richardson, David (WR) Richardson, Jess (C) Richardson, Kent (DB) Richardson, Van (LB) Richardson, Wes (LB) Richmond, Alva (HB) Rider, David (HB) Rigg, Doug (LB) Riley, David (RB) Rine, Nate (TE) Rivers, Vaughn (DB) Roark, James (LB) Robb, Bill (DE) Robb, Lewis Roberts, Richard (C) Roberts, Vernard (RB)

Oblak, David (MG) O’Brien, C.G. (C) Ochs, Robert (LB) Ohliger, Jon (K) Olds, Rod (OG) Oleyar, Rick (OG) Oliker, Aaron (E) Olsen, Oscar (T) Onder, Angelo (E)

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St. Clairsville, Ohio. Montreal, Canada Abescon, N.J. Charleston, W.Va. Tallahassee, Fla. Bethel Park, Pa. Bethel Park, Pa. Mullens, W.Va. War, W.Va. Oradell, N.J. Northfork, W.Va. New Martinsville, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Ravenswood, W.Va. Zanesville, Ohio Welch, W.Va. Washington, D.C.

1973 1993 1997 1937 38 39 2006-07-08-09 1982 83 84 85C 1990-91-92-93 1946 47 48 1957 58 59 2010-11 1975 76 77 1990-92-93 2004-05-06-07C 1972 1976 1895 96 1968 69 70 2011

Brook Park, Ohio Parkland, Pa. Newark, Del. Rutherford, Fla. Saxonburg, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. Spring Lake, N.J. McCullough, Pa. Huntington, W.Va. Berwick, Pa.

1979 81 82 83C 1899 1978 2000 2002 1997-98-99 1924 25 26 1949 1933 34 35 1952 53 1985 86 87 88C 1896

Poitier, Mike (RB) Pomponio, Carmen (QB) Porter, Donald Porter, Jerry (WR-DB) Porter, Wayne (WB) Post, Arthur (C) Potosnak, Carl (G) Potter, Glenn (LB) Potts, Christopher (E) Pounds, Gary (OG) Powell, Warder (T) Powers, Jon (P)

Orders, Robert (C) Orlando, Bo (DB) Orr, J. Morgan (HB)

194

Robinette, Greg (DE) Robinson, J. French Robsock, Tom (OG) Rockis, John (G) Rodemoyer, Eric (G) Rodes, Richard (DT) Rodgers, Ira Errett (FB) Rodgers, Jim (OT) Rodgers, Mark (RB) Rodriguez, Manuel (WR) Rodriguez, Rich (DB) Rogers, Ralph Ronai, Sterling (T) Ros, Emil (K) Rosenbloom, Benjamin Rowe, Joseph (G) Ruble, William Jefferson Ruckaman, Robert (DE) Rusesky, Dale (DT) Russ, Bernard (LB) Russell, G. Eddie (LB) Russell, John (DT) Russell, Tanner (OT) Rust, M.W. Ruth, Joe (OG) Ryan, Clarence (HB) Ryan, Lonnie Ryan, William Henry

Hampden, W.Va. Berwick, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Sharon, Pa. Hinton, W.Va. Bethany, W.Va. Smithburg, Md. Lawndale, Calif. Beckley, W.Va. Grant Town, W.Va. New York, N.Y. Steubenville, Ohio. Man, W.Va. St. Marys, W.Va. Shenandoah, Pa. Utica, N.Y. Charleston, W.Va. Annapolis, Md. Princeton, W.Va. Shenandoah, Pa. Mannington, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va.

1998-99 1912 1992-93-94C 1939 2007 1965 66 67 1915-16-17-19C 1982 2008-09 1976 77 1982 83 84 1896 1936 1974 1901 1945 1904 1970 1981 1995-96 1972 73 1966 1998-99-2000C 1906 1990-91 1926 27 28 1906-07-08 1896

Siegfried, Bennett (RB) Sieminski, Louis (OG) Silverio, Edward (RB) Silvestro, Rich (C) Simmons, Floyd (HB) Simmons, Gene (K) Simons, Fred “Jack” (HB) Simpson, Charles (QB) Sims, Archie (LB) Sims, Robert (DE) Sinclair, Steve (K) Sine, Larry (WB) Singletary, Clay (C) Sirianni, Frank (T) Siverand, Kerry (DB) Six, Marvin (LB) Sizemore, Phillip (T) Sizemore, Samuel (HB) Skinner, John (C) Slate, Patsy (HB) Slater, Michael (DB) Slater, Paul (FB) Slaton, Steve (RB) Slavonic, Doug (DE) Slay, Henry (DT) Sleith, Marvin (HB) Smalls, Fred (LB) Smider, Brian (OT) Smith, Andrew Brown (E) Smith, Cassel (RB) Smith, Charles (T) Smith, Charles (DT) Smith, Corey (K) Smith, Daniel (LB)

Pittsburgh, Pa. Swoyersville, Pa. Turtle Creek, Pa. Willowick, Ohio Wheeling, W.Va. Elkins, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Laurel, Miss. Zanesville, Ohio East Liverpool, Ohio Paden City, W.Va. State College, Pa. Clarksburg, W.Va. La Marque, Texas New Cumberland, W.Va. East Bank, W.Va. Princeton, W.Va. Charles Town, W.Va. Weirton, W.Va. Williamson, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Levittown, Pa. Mount Lebanon, Pa. Elyria, Ohio Herminie, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Staten Island, N.Y. Ravenswood, W.Va. Monongahela, Pa. Inwood, W.Va. Welch, W.Va. Lovejoy, Ga. Miramar, Fla. Miramar, Fla. Monroeville, Pa. Dunbar, W.Va. Woodbury, N.J. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Plum, W.Va. Gahanna, Ohio Akron, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Elizabeth, W.Va. West Patterson, N.J. Powhatan Point, Ohio Cross Lanes, W.Va. Canton, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Gauley Bridge, W.Va. Heidelberg, Pa. Point Pleasant, W.Va. Clifton, N.J. Huntington, W.Va. Martinsburg, W.Va. Petersburg, Va. Fayetteville, W.Va. Glasgow, W.Va. Coalwood, W.Va. Findlay, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Mason City, W.Va. Cincinnati, Ohio Williamstown, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Grafton, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Circleville, Ohio Circleville, Ohio Unionville, Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Parsons, Kan. Vienna, W.Va. Farmington, W.Va. Clendenin, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va.

1966 67 1968 1967 68 69 1982 1902-03 04 1948 49 50 1921 22 23C 1958 2008 1970 71 72C 1978 79 80 1965 66 1974 75 76 77 1960 61 62 1995-97 1968 69 1960 61 62 1956 1961 62 1934 1968 69 70 1949 50 2005-06-07 2005-06-07-08 1994-95-96-97 1960 1982 83 84 85C 1985 86 87 88 1891 2001-02 1943 44 1974 75 76 2010-11 1968 69 70 2002 2008-09-10-11 2009-10-11C 1984 85 86 87C 1974 75 1896-97 1967 68 69 1990-91-92 2010 1900-01 02C 1983 84 85 86 1984 85 86 87 2002-03-04-05 1984 1951 52 56 1989-90 1967 68 69 2010-11 1900 01 2011 1973 1966 67 1983 1952 57 58 1971 72 1930 31 32 1893 94 95-96 98 2006-07-08-09 2011 1944 45 1910 11 1941 42 46 47 1972 73 74 1909 1988 1930 31 1958 1895 96-97 2005-06-07-08C 1896-97 1964 65 1939 1967 68 69 1943 1951 52 53 1952 53C 2008-09-10-11 1952 54 1990 1980 81 1970 71 72 1948 49 2003

Stevens, Douglas (OG) Stevenson, Paul E. (HB) Stewart, Herbert (C) Stewart, Melville (FB) Stills, Gary (LB) Stone, Douglas (HB) Stone, Jack (HB) Stortz, Dale (OT) Stout, Benjamin Franklin Straight, Beryl (G) Stroia, John (OG) Struck, Richard (E) Studstill, Darren (QB) Stump, Richard (DE) Stumpp, Edward (HB) Stunkard, Benjamin (E) Stuvek, Fred (T) Stydahar, Joseph (T) Styles, Lorenzo (OG) Suber, Warren (DL) Sullivan, William (E) Summits, Scott (DT) Superick, Steve (P) Surbaugh, Raymond (HB) Sutherland, John William Swain, Quentin (LB) Swaney, William G. Swearingen, Edwin Lewis Sweeney, Ben (HB) Sweeney, Clyde (T) Sweeney, Harry (HB) Sweeney, Jamie (LB) Sweeney, John Swindall, Shawn (DB-WR) Swinson, Randy (TE) Swisher, Arthur (G) Swoope, Alvin (RB) Sypult, James (E) Szuch, Alex (QB)

Milton, W.Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Wheeling, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va. Trenton, N.J. Morgantown, W.Va. Mount Hope, W.Va. Emmaus, Pa. Fairmont, W.Va. North Canton, Ohio Upper Darby, Pa. Riviera Beach, Fla. Clendenin, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Avilla, Pa. Millsboro, Pa.. Shinnston, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Brownsville, Pa. Clairidge, Pa. Davidsville, Pa. Virginia Beach, Va. Hinton, W.Va. Miami, Fla. New Cumberland, W.Va. Princeton, W.Va. West Union, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Greensburg, Pa. Oklahoma City, Okla. Washington, D.C. Fairmont, W.Va. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Fairmont, W.Va. Logan, W.Va.

1972 1915 1932 33 34C 1912 13 14 1996-97-98 1931 1952 53 1964 65 66 1904 1926-27 1985 86 87 88C 1959 60 61 1990-91-92-93 1971 72 1928 29 1929 1947 48 49 1933 34 35C 1990-91-92C 1989 1963 64 65C 1987-88-89 1982 83 84 85 1951 1902 2001 1891 1909 1945 1953 1951 52 53 54 1995-96-97 1898 2000-01 1974 75 77 1932 33C-34 1996-98 1964 65 66C 1956

Samsa, Frank (DT)

Samuelson, William (OT) Sanders, Jock (WR) Sandor, Ken (OG) Sands, Roberts (DB) Santrock, David (G) Sarkus, Dave Sauerbrun, Todd (P) Saunders, David (WR) Saylor, Scott (OT) Schareti, Ronald (G) Schelhaas, Rob (OG) Schell, John (DB) Schiller, K.C. (LB) Schillings, William (C) Schimmel, Paul (T) Schmitt, Owen (RB) Schneider, Frank (E) Schollenberger, George (DT) Schooles, Lewis (E) Schrader, Charles (FB) Schultze, Gerald (C) Schwartzwalder, Floyd (C) Schwartzwalder, Wayne (G) Schweiker, Russell (DE) Schweitzer, Fred (T) Scott, B.F. Scott, James (HB) Scott, Julian (T) Scott, Malcolm (HB) Scott, Mike (DB) Seabright, Charles (QB) Seals, Jeff (DE) Seamon, Harry M. Sebulsky, Jacob (QB) Seckman, John Randolph Secret, Peter (QB) Sensabaugh, Boo (DB) Setron, Joseph (G) Shaffer, S. Rick (DT) Shamblin, Glendin (FB) Sharkady, Paul (T) Shearer, Dan (DB) Sheehan, John (TE) Sheffey, Jeremy (OG) Shehl, George (H) Shelton, Kemper (QB) Shepherd, Paul (HB) Sherrod, Rick (DB) Sherwood, Michael (QB) Shonk, John (E) Shook, Alex (RB-TE)

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Turtle Creek, Pa. York, Pa. St. Petersburg, Fla. Roebling, N.J. Miami, Fla. Dunbar, W.Va. Monongahela, Pa. Setauket, N.Y. Palatine, Ill. Whitehall, Pa. Seneca Falls, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Athens, Ga. Delran, N.J. Isabella, Pa. Fairmont, W.Va. Fairfax, Va. Columbus, Ohio Laurel, Del. Burgettstown, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Williamstown, W.Va. Bowling Green, Ky. Parkersburg, W.Va. McMechen, W.Va. Silver Spring, Md. Moundsville, W.Va. Martins Ferry, Ohio Clarksburg, W.Va. Norton, Va. Buffalo, N.Y. Oakland, Md. Sissonville, W.Va. Centerville, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Wharton, N.J. Catlettsburg, Ky. Clarksburg, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. St. Marys, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Bellaire, Ohio Charleston, W.Va. Moundsville, W.Va.

1970 71 72 1970 71 72 2007-08-09-10C 2001-02 2008-09-10 1961 1979 1991-92-93-94 1995-96-98 1985 1950 1981 82 83 1974 75 76C 1996-97-98-99 1960 61 62 1934 2005-06-07C 1960 1967 1969 1941 42 46 47 1970 71 72 1966 67 68 1930 31 32 1936-37 1971 72 1930 31 32C 1896-99 1932 33 34 1927 28 29 1911 1982 83 1938 39 40 1978 79 80 81 1901 02 03C 1929 30 31 1912 14 1966 67 1997-98-99 1919 20 21 22 1973 74 75 1957 58 1955 56 57 1987 88 1974 2003-04-05-06 2002-03-04-05 1907 08 1955 56 1999-2000-01 1968 69 70 1939 40C 1989-90-91

Smith, Derrick (WR) Smith, Eain (FS) Smith, Geno (QB) Smith, Harvey (WR) Smith, Heywood (FB) Smith, James Smith, James (E) Smith, Kwame (DB) Smith, Lawrence (DB) Smith, Lewis O. “Bull” (HB) Smith, Matt (LB) Smith, Stacy (DB) Smith, Thandi (DB) Smithnosky, Bob (OG) Snider, Robert (FB) Sniffen, Jeff (OT) Snively, Terry (DB) Snodgrass, Chad (OG) Snodgrass, John (FB) Snow, Jewone (LB) Snyder, David (DT) Snyder, Herbert (DB) Snyder, Scott (LB) Sommer, Edward (G) Soroka, Steve (K) Sortet, Wilbur (E) South, Walter (HB) Sowers, Nate (QB/WR/SS) Spain, Quinton (OL) Spangler, Harry (HB) Speer, Edgar Boyle (E) Spelock, Chester (E) Spraggins, John (DE) Springer, Charles W. Sprouse, Dave (LB) Sprouse, Earl (E) Staats, Blaine (T) Standiford, William Stanchek, Ryan (OG/OT) Stanley, Amos Stanley, Douglas (RB) Stansbury, Charles (E) Starford, Robert (DE) Stark, Warne (G) Starkey, James (E) Starkey, Ralph (T) Starks, Brad (WR) Starr, Paul (C) Staten, Ray (WR) Stemple, Don (DB) Stephens, Nathaniel (E) Stephenson, David (C) Stewart, Josh (OT)

Tackett, James (RB) Taffoni, Joseph (G) Taffoni, Matt (LB)

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Ashland, Ky. Nemacolin, Pa. Medford, N.J. Elkins, W.Va. Lorado, W.Va. East Cleveland, Ohio East Cleveland, Ohio Beech Hill, W.Va. Youngstown, Ohio Hopkinsville, Ky. Shrewsbury, Mass. Macon, Miss. Linden, N.J. Hershey, Pa. Miramar, Fla. Homestead, Fla. Homestead, Fla. Baltimore, Md. Pottstown, Pa. New Cumberland, W.Va. Kingwood, W.Va. St. Albans, W.Va. Aliquippa, Pa. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Fairmont, W.Va. Mount Morris, Pa. Dillsburg, Pa. New Martinsville, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Parkersburg, W.Va. Scottsdale, Pa. Miami, Fla. Arlington, Va. Springfield, Va. Bancroft, W.Va. Euclid, Ohio

1977 1964 65 1991-92-93-94C 1926 27 1958 1979 80 81 82C 1985 86 87 1920-21-22-23 1971 2009-10-11C 1991-92-93 2005-06 1910 11 1986 87 88 1996-97-98-99 2009-10-11 1905 1997-99 2000-01 1966 67 68 2002 1968 1981 1977 78 79 80 1976 77 79 80 1994-95 2007-08-09-10C 1932 33 34 1946 47 2002-03-04 1935 1997-98-99 2004-05-06 1975 76 1995-96-97-98 1998-99 1994 2008 1990 1985 86 87

Talbott, Kenneth (HB) Tallarico, Anthony (E) Talley, Darryl (LB) Talley, John (QB-WR) Tallman, Charles (E) Tamburino, Thomas (DE) Tandy, Keith (CB) Taparausky, Keith (RB) Tate, Brandon (TE) Taylor, Blake (FB) Taylor, Craig (FB) Taylor, Jay (K) Taylor, Josh (DL) Taylor, Zachariah (G) Terry, Nate (DB) Terry, Shawn (WR) Thall, Gary (FB) Thaxton, Jermaine (DB) Thayer, Thomas (LB) Thistlethwaite, Dan (RB) Thomas, Alan (OL) Thomas, Cedric (WR) Thomas, James “JT” (LB) Thomas, JT (LB) Thomas, John “Bennie” (HB) Thomas, Robert (C) Thomas, Ryan (TE) Thomas, Thomas (G) Thompkins, Gary (DB) Thompson, Dwayne (WR) Thornton, Harry (DE) Thornton, John (DT) Thurston, Mark (LB) Tiger, Jahn (DT) Tilaye, Ezra (WR) Tillis, Gary (DT) Timko, Mike (QB)

Schupbach, Allen “Emo” (E) New Martinsville, W.Va.

195

Timmerman, Jason (LB) Timmerman, Matt (OT) Timmerman, Robert (E) Timmons, Ben (OT/C) Tirado, Pete (OG) Tobin, Elza “Elgie” (HB) Todorowski, Walter (OG) Tolley, Elmer “Pete” (G) Tomko, Robert (LB) Torchio, Anthony (T) Tracewell, Larry (HB) Tredway, Richard (E) Trimarki, Michael (QB) Trozzo, William (T) Tucker, O’Dell (LB) Turcan, Murat (K) Turnbull, Renaldo (DE) Turner, Calvin (DT) Turner, Eric (DB) Turner, Jack (C) Turner, West (LB) Tyler, Emory Ledrew (C) Tyler, Rico (FB)

Ellwood City, Pa. Little Falls, N.J. Ellwood City, Pa. Auburn, Ohio Lancaster, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Bartley, W.Va. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Weirton, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Ceredo, W.Va. Burgettstown, Pa. Rillton, Pa. McKenney, Va. Morgantown, W.Va. St. Thomas, V.I. Fairmont, W.Va. Weirton, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Vanderbilt, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa.

1992 2010 1959 60 61C 2001-02-03 1993-94 1907 1969 1958 59 60 1977 1948 49 1963 1952 1896 1955 56 57 1957 58 1994-96-97 1978 79 80 81 1987 88-89C 1978 79 80 81C 2007 1944 1983 84 1910 1987 88-89-90C

Washington, Vann (DB) Waters, Preston (DB) Watson, Bowman Watson, Clyde (HB) Watson, Michael (OT) Waugh, Roy (T) Weaver, Ron (WR) Weber, Edward (HB) Webster, John Burns (T) Weiskircher, Richard (DB) Weiss, Richard (FB) Welch, Richard (E) Wendell, William (G) Weppler, Randy (OT) West, Brian (P) West, Kim (QB) Wheeler, E.J. (LB) Wheeler, Ernest (LB) Whipkey, Noel (FB) White, Carl (C) White, Edwin White, Henry (T) White, Homer (QB) White, James (HB) White, Jerry (DB) White, Kevin (QB) White, Leroy (FB) White, Pat (QB) White, Patrick (OT) White, Robert (FB) White, Robert (WR) White, Terry (DB)

Monticello, Fla. Miami, Fla. Kingwood, W.Va. Pasadena, Calif. McKees Rocks, Pa. Hinton, W.Va. Bethany, W.Va. Martins Ferry, Ohio Ballard, W.Va. Keyser, W.Va. Marietta, Ohio Falsington, Pa. St. Albans, W.Va. Mars, Pa. Johnstown, Pa. Charleston, W.Va. Clarksburg, W.Va. Camden, W.Va. Wellsburg, W.Va. Holden, W.Va. Rockville, Md. Casa Grande, Ariz. Washington, D.C. Daphne, Ala. Mine Hill, N.J. New Martinsville, W.Va. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Cambridge, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. St. Albans, W.Va. Etters, Pa. Front Royal, Va. Oceana, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Wintersville, Ohio Jeannette, Pa. Trappe, Pa. Parsons, W.Va.

1993-94-95-96 1986 87 88-89 1951 1899 1900 2003-04 1903 1991 1927-28 1914-15-16 1970 71 72 1968 69 1897-98 1935 36 1976 77 78 1993-94-96 1970 71 1988-89-90 1965 1956 57 58 1930 31-32 1906 1893-94-95-96-97C-98 1929 30 31 1945 2002-03-04C 1982 84 1995-96-97 2005-06-07-08C 1972 1940 1985 1987 1897-98-99 1897-99 1966 67 2003 1988-89-90-91 1986 87 1900 03 2004-05-06-07 1973 74 75 1990-91-92-93 2000-01-02-03C 1909 1969 70 1912 1899

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Woodard, Rodney (FB) Woodeshick, Kenneth (T) Woodeshick, Thomas (HB) Woodhouse, Shepherd James Woodruff, James (DB) Wood, Anthony (DB) Woods, Dwayne (RB) Woods, Harold (DB) Woods, J.D. (WR) Woodside, Paul (K) Wracher, Matt (OT) Wright, Andrae (DE) Wright, Barry (LB) Wright, Bryan (RB) Wright, Eugene (C) Wright, James “Puppy” (LB) Wright, Jorge (DE) Wyant, Fred (QB) Buffalo, N.Y. Blakeslee, Pa. Bluefield, W.Va. Richmond, Va. Naples, Fla. Falls Church, Va. Richfield, Ohio Mobile, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Romney, W.Va. Fairmont, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Weston, W.Va. Columbia, S.C. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1991-92-93 1963 64 65 1960 61 62 1909 2001-02-03 2009 1973 75 76 1976 77 2010-11 1981 82 83 84 1988-89 2005 2006 2003-04 1931 32-33 1991-92-93-94 2010-11 1952 53 54 55C

Trenchard, Thomas G. “Doggie” (E)Church Hill, Md..

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Ulmer, Mark (DL) Underdonk, William (T) Upchurch, David (DT) Urban, Tyler (TE) Urda, Jerome (G)

Carbondale, Pa. Moundsville, W.Va. Hyattsville, Md. North Huntingdon, Pa. Carmichaels, Pa.

1991-92-93 1953 54 55 56 1999-2000-01-02C 2008-09-10-11 1954 55

Whitham, George (E) Whitham, William Whitman, Richard (DB) Whitmire, Shawn (K) Whitmore, Darrell (DB) Whitten, Darren (LB) Wiant, Harold D (QB). Wicks, Eric (DB) Wilcher, David (OG) Wiley, Darrick (LB) Wiley, Grant (LB) Wiley, Harry Ruffner

Yachini, Rob (LB)

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Follansbee, W.Va. Marlinton, W.Va. Montreal, Canada Moundsville, W.Va. Mannington, W.Va.

1989-90 1896 97-98C-99 1904 05 07 1987 1962 63 1945 1896 1901

Yeager, Louis (FB) Yeardley, Lawrence (C) Yearwood, Wayne (WR) Yeater, Thomas (HB) Yoho, Jack (E) Yost, Ellis Yost, Ervin Yost, Fielding (T) Yost, Jerry (QB) Yost, Peter (C) Young, Donald (G) Young, Gary (DE) Young, Harry (HB) Young, Warren (DE) Yount, Carl (E) Yuss, Ronald (LB)

Fairview, W.Va. Rogersville, Pa. Berkeley Springs, W.Va. Clendenin, W.Va. Akron, Ohio Eightmile, Ala. Charleroi, Pa.

1895 96 1962 63 1941 42 1962 63 64 1965 66 67 1908 2004-05-06 1908 09 1965 66 67

Vacheresse, Edward (E) Vail, Donald (T) Valko, William (C) Vance, Casey (LB) Vanderjagt, Mike (P)

Triadelphia, W.Va. Clarion, Pa. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Seneca Rocks, W.Va. Oakville, Ontario North Babylon, N.Y. Turtle Creek, Pa. Martins Ferry, Ohio Williamson, W.Va. Claymont, Del. Bruceton Mills, W.Va. Boardman, Ohio

1927 28 1964 65 1950 2010-11 1991-92 1993-94-95-96 1973 74 75C 1932 33 34C 1928-29 1964 65 66 2003 2004-05-06-07 1893 1897

Wilfong, Daniel (DT) Wilkenson, Joseph Willey, C.D. Williams, B.C. (MG) Williams, Ben (QB) Williams, Dale (OG-C) Williams, Daniel (QB) Williams, Daniel (FB) Williams, Danny (QB) Williams, Edward (FB) Williams, Eldridge (DB) Williams, Fred (G) Williams, James (T) Williams, Jason (LB) Williams, Justin (C-OG) Williams, Larry (DB) Williams, Pernell (RB) Williams, Ralph “Tom” (RB) Williams, Reed (LB) Williams, Thomas (G) Williams, Virgil (G) Williamson, Danny (DE) Wilson, Craig (DT) Wilson, Donald (C)

Clifton Forge, Va. Wilmington, Del. Cleveland, Ohio Belle, W.Va. Belle, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Sandusky, Ohio Miami, Fla. War, W.Va. Youngstown, Ohio Moorefield, W.Va. Highland Springs, Va. New Lebanon, Ohip Clarksburg, W.Va. Moorefield, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Parkersburg, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. River Ridge, La. Moundsville, W.Va. Daybrook, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. East Sparta, Ohio Weirton, W.Va. Washington, D.C. Rochester, N.Y. Uniontown, Pa. Dayton, Ohio Ripley, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Altoona, Pa. Parkersburg, W.Va. Orchard Park, N.Y. Orchard Park, N.Y. Richwood, W.Va. Bluefield, W.Va. Cadiz, Ohio

1970 71 1974 75 1991-92-93 1975 76-77 1951 52 53 54 1958 59 60 1969 70 1994 1903 05 1945 1994-95-96-97 2001-02 2004-05-06-07 2004-05 1970 2005-06-07-09C 1944 45 1941 42 1965 66 67C 2003-04-05-06 1952 53 1932 33 34 1948 49 1909 1998-99-2000 1999-2001-02-03C 1986 87 1989-90C 1949 1900 1985 86 87 88 1959 60 61C 1958 59 1971 72 73 1927 1987 88-89-90C 1981 82 83 84C 1935 1969 70 71 1966 67 1895-96

Vanterpool, Rahsaan (WR) Van Halanger, David (OT) Vargo, John (T) Varney, Louis (FB) Vassalotti, Wayne (C) Velickoff, Ed (DT) Villagrana, Michael (TE) Venerable, Walton Veon, Howard Voithofer, Terry (OT) Volkin, David (G)

Fairchance, Pa. Mt. Pleasant, Pa.

1970 71C 1935 36 37C

Zabkar, Joe (TE)

Latrobe, Pa. Colebrook, Pa. Orwell, Ohio. Morgantown, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Oak Hill, W.Va. Hempstead, N.Y. Weirton, W.Va. Elkins, W.Va. McKees Rocks, Pa. Buckhannon, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va.

1983 1974 1971 72 73C 1933 34 35 1967 1952 1996-97-98 1946 47 48 49C 1930 31 32 1970 1981 83 84 1946 47 48

Zakowski, Mike (OG) Zakowski, Thomas (LB) Zaleski, Joseph (FB) Zambo, Robert (E) Zelek, John (G) Zereoue, Amos (RB) Zinaich, Peter (FB) Zirbs, Charles (E) Zitelli, Robert (OG) Zopp, Cam (LB) Zubel, Ambrose (G)

Wable, Chad (TE) Wagoner, Loy (E)

Rivesville, W.Va. Harrisville, W.Va. Springfield, W.Va. Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Martinsburg, W.Va. Huntington, W.Va. Ansonia, Conn. Germantown, Md. Morgantown, W.Va. Glenshaw, Pa. Princeton, W.Va. Elkins, W.Va. Bluefield, W.Va. Enterprise, W.Va. McKeesport, Pa. Akron, Ohio Moorefield, W.Va. Monticello, Fla. Key West, Fla.

1994-96-97 1929 1943 44 45 1978 79 81 82 1977 78 79 80C 1992-93-94-95 1997 2009 1951 52 53 1981 82 83 1944 47 48 49 1929 1969 70 1948 1986 87 1902 1994-95-96 1993 2002-03

Wilson, Fred (E) Wilson, Kenneth (E) Wilson, L.L. Wilson, Matt (OT) Wilson, Quincy (RB) Wilson, Rodney (LB) Wilson, Sam (DB) Wiltrout, William (HB) Winans, George Winn, Keith (TE) Winter, William (T) Wirth, Joseph (C) Withers, John (LB) Wolfe, Walter (HB) Wolfley, Dale (OG) Wolfley, Ron (FB) Wolverton, James (HB) Wood, Andrew “Pete” (FB) Wood, Charles (DB) Wood, Eddie

Waggoner, Vental (HB) Walczak, Mickey (RB) Walker, Fulton (DB) Walker, Robert (RB) Walker, T.J. (RB) Walko, Jon (OT) Walsh, Raymond (T) Walters, Rich (DT) Walthall, James (QB) Wamsley, Randolph (G) Ward, Richard (QB) Ware, Anthony (C) Warren, Darnell (LB) Washer, William Washington, Bryan (OT) Washington, Charles (TE) Washington, Leandre (LB)

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alexander, robert (77-78-79-80)
Los Angeles Rams (NFL) ................................1981-83 Los Angeles Express (USFL)................................1985 Boston Yanks (NFL) .............................................1945 New York Giants (NFL) ........................................1948 Akron Pros (APFA) ..........................................1920-21 Chicago Bears (NFL) .................................1940-41,46 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ....................................1947 St. Louis Stampede (AFL) ....................................1996 Albany Firebirds (AFL) ..........................................1997 Grand Rapids Rampage (AFL) ....................1998-2002 New England Patriots (NFL) .................................1996 Carolina Panthers (NFL) .......................................1997 Miami Dolphins (NFL)......................................1998-99 Columbus Tigers (NFL) ........................................1926 Detroit Lions (NFL) ..........................................1986-87 Orlando Thunder (WLAF) .....................................1991 Miami Dolphins (NFL)...........................................1991 New England Patriots (NFL) ............................1991-92 Orlando Predators (AFL) .................................1996-97 Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) .........................1996-2001 New York Jets (NFL) .......................................2002-03 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) ..........................................2004 New York Jets (NFL) .......................................2000-04 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) ........................2005-07 St. Louis Rams (NFL)...........................................2008 Arizona Cardinals (NFL) ..................................2009-10 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) .....................................2011 Buffalo All-Americans (APFA) ...............................1921 Orlando Thunder (WLAF) .....................................1992 Detroit Drive (AFL) ...............................................1993 Massachusetts Marauders (AFL) .........................1994 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL).......................................1994 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) ...................................1955 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) .............................1956-68 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) ..........................................1969 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) ........... 1951-53,55, 58-59 Arizona Cardinals (NFL) .......................................1994 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).............................1994-2006 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ...........................................1971-78 Miami Dolphins (NFL)...........................................1978 Buffalo Bisons (NFL) ............................................1929 Anaheim Piranhas (AFL).......................................1997 Portland Forest Dragons (AFL)........................1997-99 Oklahoma Wranglers (AFL) .............................2000-01 Dallas Desperados (AFL) ................................2002-03 Austin Wranglers (AFL) ...................................2004-06 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL)..................................2007-08

brown, antHony (87-88)

New York Jets (NFL) .......................................1989-92 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ................................................2003 Washington Redskins (NFL) ............................2004-05 Anaheim Piranhas (AFL).......................................1997 Albany Firebirds (AFL) .................................1998-2000 Chicago Rush (AFL).............................................2001 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) ............................1996-2005 Buffalo Bisons (NFL) ............................................1925 Frankford Yellowjackets (NFL) .........................1925-26 New York Giants (NFL) ...................................1975-76 Washington Redskins (NFL) ............................1976-79 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) ....................................1980 Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL) ..................................1983 San Antonio Gunslingers (USFL) .....................1984-85 St. Louis Rams (NFL)......................................2001-09 Baltimore Ravens (NFL) .......................................2010

davIS, JameS (99-2000-01-02c)

Detroit Lions (NFL) ..........................................2003-05 Berlin Thunder (NFLE)..........................................2006 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) .............................1999 Omaha Nighthawks (UFL) ....................................2011 Montreal Alouettes (CFL) .....................................2012 Detroit Drive (AFL) ...............................................1993 Arizona Rattlers (AFL) ...........................1995, 97-2002 Grand Rapids Rampage (AFL) ........................2003-05 Columbus Destroyers (AFL) .................................2006

anderSon, wIllIam (43)

brown, antonIo (98-99-2000-01)

davIS, JaSon (1999-2000-01-02) de groH, erIc (95-96-97-98)

atty, alexander (36-37-38)

brown, tIm (92-93)

baIley, ruSSell (15-16-17-19) baISI, albert (37-38-39)

devIne, noel (2007-08-09-10c)

brownIng, JoHn (93-94-95) bruder, woodruff (24)

doggette, cecIl (90-91)

baker, mIke (90-91-93)

buggS, danny (72-73-74)

dolly, rIcHard (37-38-39)

PlayerS In tHe ProS

Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) ................................1941,45 Houston Oilers (NFL) ......................................1985-88 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) ........................1989-92 Houston Oilers (NFL) ...........................................1993 Los Angeles Express (USFL)...........................1983-85 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) .............................1986-87 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) .............................1981-82 Chicago Blitz (USFL)............................................1983 Pittsburgh Maulers (USFL) ...................................1984 Cleveland Bulldogs (NFL).....................................1925 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................2002-03 Newark Bears (AA) .........................................1939-41 Minnesota Vikings (NFL) ......................................1997 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ....................................1997 Rhein Fire (NFLE) .................................................1999 Ohio Valley Greyhounds (NIFL).............................2004 New York Dragons (AFL) ................................2005-08 Miami Dolphins (NFL)...........................................1971 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ...........................................1972-73 Toronto Argonauts (CFL)......................................1974 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).............................1999-2000 Denver Broncos (AFL)..........................................1968 Florida Tarpons (UIFL) .....................................2011-12 Oklahoma Wranglers (AFL) ..................................2001 Dallas Desperados (AFL) .....................................2002 Montreal Alouettes (CFL) ................................1982-83 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL)..................1984, 86-89 Minnesota Vikings (NFL) .................................1983-85 New York Giants (NFL) ...................................1990-94 Carolina Panthers (NFL) ..................................1995-98 Dallas Cowboys (NFL) .........................................2004 Cologne Centurions (NFLE) .................................2006 Saskatchewan Rough Riders (CFL) ................2007-11

barber, kantroy (94-95)

drewrey, wIllIe (81-82-83-84)

barnum, Pete (22-23-25-26) barrowS, Scott (82-83-84)

bulger, marc (96-97-98-99)

durrette, mIke (80-81)

bumgardner, rex (46-47)

baumann, cHarlIe (85-86-87-88)

Buffalo Bills (AAFC) .........................................1948-49 Cleveland Browns (NFL) .................................1950-52 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ....................................1976

eaSley, walter (76-77-79-80)

burke, mark (73-74-75)

camPbell, todd (79-80-81-82) carlISS, JoHn (38-39-40)

eckberg, guStavuS (22-23-24)

beaSley, aaron (92-93-94-95)

Arizona Wranglers (USFL) ....................................1983 Richmond Rebels (DFL) .......................................1941 Chicago Bears (NFL) ......................................1940-43 San Diego Bombers (PCFL).................................1945 Los Angeles Dons (AAFC) ..............................1946-48 Chicago Rockets (AAFC) .....................................1948 Detroit Lions (NFL) ...............................................2003 Cologne Centurions (NFLE) .................................2004 Montreal Alouettes (CFL) ................................2006-09 Hamilton Tigercats (CFL) .....................................2011 St. Louis Stampede AFL).....................................1995 Detroit Lions (NFL) ......................................1993-2000 New England Patriots (NFL) ............................2001-03 Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) ..................................2004 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) .....................................1970 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL).............................1971 Montreal Alouettes (CFL) ................................1972-79 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) ....................................1979 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) ...................................1980 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)........................1981 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).............................1997-2002 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) .....................................1987 Phoenix Cardinals (NFL) ......................................1988 Minnesota Vikings (NFL) ......................................1989 New York Jets (NFL) ............................................1990 Barcelona Dragons (WLAF)..................................1992 Newark Bears (AFL).............................................1926 Frankford Yellowjackets (NFL) ..............................1927

edmondS, cHrIS (1997-98-99-2000) eller, cHarlIe (36-37-38)

becHt, antHony (96-97-98-99)

clarke, Harry (37-38-39)

emanuel, cHarleS (93-94-95-96)

cobourne, avon (99-2000-01c-02c)

eStrada, angel (2002-03)

beck, carl (20)

bell, grantIS (85-86-87-88)

farley, dale (68-69-70)

collInS, mIke (90-91-92-93c)

comPton, mIke (89-90-91-92)

fISHer, cHarleS (95-96-97-98) ford, garrett (65-66-67) ford, larry (2009-10)

bIScHoff, Paul (50-51-52)

boSley, bruce (52-53-54-55)

crennel, carl (67-68-69)

bove, JoHn (48-49-50)

foreman, SHawn (95-96-97-98)

braHam, rIcH (90-91-92-93)

curtIS, canute (93-94-95-96) curtIS, travIS (83-84-85-86)

fowler, delbert (77-78-79-80)

braxton, JIm (68-69-70)

fowlkeS, dennIS (79-80-81-82) fox, mIke (86-87-88-89)

brewSter, walter (27-28) brIggS, tom (91-92)

davIS, carl (22-23-24-25)

frazIer, lance (2000-01-02-03c)

197

Ivy, kHorI (1997-98-99-2000c)

Barcelona Dragons (NFLE) ..................................2002 Los Angeles Avengers (AFL) ................................2005 Carolina Panthers (NFL) .......................................2009 Pittsburgh Steeleers (NFL) ...................................2011 Detroit Lions (NFL) ...............................................1972 Shreveport Steamers (WFL) .................................1975 Oakland Raiders (NFL)................................1993-2002 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) ..........................................1989 San Antonio Riders (WLAF) .................................1991 Orlando Predators (AFL) ......................................1998 Tennessee Titans (NFL) ..................................2005-06 Dallas Cowboys (NFL) .........................................2008 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................2010-11 London Monarchs (WFL) .....................................1992 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) ................................1986-88 Chicago Bears (NFL) ......................................1933-38 Los Angeles Rams (NFL) ................................1948-51 Dallas, Texans (NFL) ............................................1952 Baltimore Colts (NFL)......................................1953-54 Chicago Cardinals (NFL) ......................................1955 Las Vegas Posse (CFL)........................................1994 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL).......................................1995 Milwaukee Mustangs (AFL) ..................................1996 Florida Bobcats (AFL) .....................................1996-97 Grand Rapids Rampage (AFL) .............................1998 Orlando Predators (AFL) ......................................1996 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) .....................................1945 Akron Pros (APFA) ..........................................1920-22 Milwaukee Badgers (NFL) ....................................1922 Chicago Cardinals (NFL) .................................1923-24 Hammond Pros (NFL) ..........................................1925 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) ................................1958-60 Detroit Lions (NFL) ...............................................2002 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) .....................................2004-05 New Orleans Saints (NFL) ...............................2006-08 Denver Broncos (AFL).....................................1968-69 Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) ..................................1999 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ................................................2009 New York Jets (NFL) ............................................2011 Baltimore Colts (NFL)......................................1976-78 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) .....................................1966 Patterson Panthers (AFL) .....................................1949 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) .......................................1991 Detroit Lions (NFL) ..........................................1992-93 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL)......................................1993 Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) .........................1997-2000 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) ................................2001-06 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) ..................................1961

steVe

Ivy, mortty (2005-06-07-08c)

Slaton

JenkInS, leon (69-70-71)

Jett, JameS (89-90-91-92)

JoHnSon, undra (85-86-87-88)

JoHnSton, cHad (94-95-96) JoneS, adam (2002-03-04)

JoneS, greg (88-90)

JozwIak, brIan (83-84-85-86) karr, wIllIam (30-31-32)

PlayerS In tHe ProS

fryer, kennetH (40-43)

Newport News (DFL) ...........................................1941 Brooklyn Tigers (NFL) ..........................................1944 Indiana Firebirds (AFL) .........................................2002 Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL) ..................................1983 Detroit Lions (NFL) ...............................................1942 New York Giants (NFL) ...................................1935-36 Wilmington Clippers (DFL) ...................................1937 Wilmington Clippers (AA) ................................1938-40 Frankford Yellowjackets (NFL) ..............................1926 Providence Steam Rollers (AFL)...........................1926 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................1988-92 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) .............................1992 Green Bay Packers (NFL) ....................................1993 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) ..................................1992-97 New York Giants (NFL) ........................................2001 Detroit Lions (NFL) ..........................................2000-03 New York Giants (NFL) ...................................2004-05 New Orleans Saints (NFL) ...............................1971-72 Houston Oilers (NFL) ......................................1973-74 New York Jets (AFL) .......................................1975-76 New York Titans (AFL) ....................................1960-62 New York Jets (AFL) ............................................1963 Denver Broncos (AFL)..........................................1964 Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) ......................................1940 New York/New Jersey Knights (WLAF) ................1991 Buffalo Bisons (NFL) ............................................1929 Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) ......................................1930 Denver Dynamite (AFL) ........................................1987 Los Angeles Cobras (AFL) ...................................1988 Maryland Commandos (AFL) ...............................1989 Washington Commandos (AFL) ...........................1990 Albany Firebirds (AFL) ..........................................1991 Chicago Bears (NFL%) ........................................1987

HarrIS, kay-Jay (2004-05)

St. Louis Rams (NFL)......................................2006-07 New York Giants (NFL) ........................................2008 Akron Pros (APFA) ...............................................1920 British Columbia Lions (CFL)................................1990 Columbus Thunderbolts (AFL) .............................1991 Cleveland Thunderbolts (AFL) ..............................1992 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) .......................................1984 Newark Bears (AA) ..............................................1939 New York Jets (AFL) .......................................1963-65 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................2005-09 Oakland Raiders (AFL) ....................................1963-67 Cincinnati Bengals (AFL) ......................................1968 Boston Patriots (AFL)...........................................1969 St. Louis Stampede (AFL) ...............................1995-96 Milwaukee Mustangs (AFL) ..................................1997 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL)......................................1989 New York Jets (NFL) .......................................1980-83 Pittsburgh Maulers (USFL) ...................................1984 New Jersey Generals (USFL) ...............................1985 New York Jets (NFL) .......................................1986-87 Detroit Lions (NFL) ..........................................1988-89 Green Bay Packers (NFL) ...............................1990-91

keane, tHomaS (46-47)

gIllIam, rIck (97-98-99-2000) gISt, andre (80-81-82)

HarrIS, Harry (17)

HarrIS, maJor (87-88-89)

kelcHner, Jake (92-93)

goodman, Henry (40-41)

goodwIn, cHarleS tod (32-33-34)

HatHaway, Steve (81-82-83) HedrIck, olan (35-36-37)

kIdd, Harold (91-92-93-94) kImble, frank (41)

graHam, frederIck (21-22-23-24)

Heeter, eugene (60-61-62) Henry, cHrIS (2003-04)

kIng, andrew (15-16-17-19)

grant, davId (84-85-86-87)

Herock, kennetH (60-61-62)

grant, StePHen (88-89-90-91)

krutko, lawrence (55-56-57)

green, antHony (96-97-98-99) green, barrett (96-97-98-99)

HIll, ed (90-91-92-93)

lake, antwan (98-99-2000-01)

HolIfIeld, JoHn (84-85-86) HolmeS, Jerry (78-79)

lambert, gordon (64-65)

greSHam, bob (68-69-70)

landolt, kevIn (95-96-97-98) lankSter, ellIS (2007-08)

guSeman, rIcHard (56-57-58)

HoStetler, Jeff (82-83)

lee, ron (72-74-75)

guSSIe, mIcHael (37-38-39)

New York Giants (NFL) ...................................1984-92 Oakland Raiders (NFL)....................................1993-96 Washington Redskins (NFL) ............................1997-98 Chicago Bears (NFL) ......................................1958-59 Dallas Cowboys (NFL) ....................................1961-73 New York Giants (NFL) ...................................1956-63 Washington Redskins (NFL) .......................1964-67,69 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers (AFL2) ...............2007 Los Angeles Avengers (AFL) ................................2008 Central Valley Coyotes (AFL2) ..............................2008

leftrIdge, dIck (63-64-65) leSter, ray (48)

HaerIng, cHrIS (86-87-88-89) Hagberg, rudolPH (27-28)

Howley, cHuck (55-56-57)

Huff, Sam (52-53-54-55)#

lInn, Jack (86-87-88-89)

HarrIS, cHuck (81)

Hunter, erneSt (2002-03-04-05)

logan, mIke (93-94-95-96)

Igono, davId (2005)

loPaSky, wIllIam (58-59)

198

lucaS, Jeff (83-84-85-86) lucente, JoHn (43)

mundy, ryan (2007)

Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL%)..................................1987 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) .....................................1945 Richmond Rebels (DFL) .......................................1946 Wilmington Clippers (AA) .....................................1947 Houston Oilers (NFL) ......................................1982-86 Frankford Yellowjackets (NFL) ..............................1926 Chicago Bulls (AFL) .............................................1926 Dayton Triangles (NFL)....................................1924-25 Pottstown Maroons (NFL) ....................................1925 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ....................................1968 Atlantic Falcons (NFL) .....................................1969-71 Houston Texans (WFL).........................................1974 Shreveport Steamers (WFL) ............................1974-75 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ....................................1973 Houston Oilers (NFL) ......................................1974-75 Toronto Argonauts (CFL)......................................1973 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) .................................1974 Birmingham Vulcans (WFL) ..................................1975 Los Angeles Rams (NFL) ................................1956-61 Chicago Bears (NFL) ......................................1962-66 Pittsburgh Pirates (NFL) .......................................1934 New York/New Jersey Knights (WLAF) ...........1991-92 San Francisco 49ers (NFL) ..................................2005 Columbus Destroyers (AFL) .................................2007 Washington Redskins (NFL) ............................1990-94 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) .....................................1995 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL)..............................1998-2001 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) ..................................2009-11 Detroit Lions (NFL) ...............................................2006 Cleveland Browns (NFL) ......................................2005 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) .....................................2006-07 New Orleans Saints (NFL) ....................................2006 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ...........................................2008-11 Green Bay Blizzard (AFL2) ...................................2008 Louisville Brecks (NFL).........................................1923 Cleveland Bulldogs (NFL).....................................1925 Indianapolis Colts (NFL%) ....................................1987 Oakland Raiders (NFL).........................................1977 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) .....................................1975-83 New Jersey Giants (AA) .......................................1938 Cleveland Rams (NFL) .........................................1939 Wilkes-Barre Barons (AFL) ...................................1949 Frankford Yellowjackets (NFL) ..............................1927 Chicago Bears (NFL%) ........................................1987 Denver Dynamite (AFL) ........................................1987 Los Angeles Cobras (AFL) ...................................1988 Detroit Drive (AFL) ..........................................1989-92 Cincinnati Rockers (AFL)......................................1993 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL).......................................1994 Milwaukee Mustangs (AFL) ..................................1995

Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) ................................2009-11 New York Jets (NFL) .......................................1993-97 Arizona Cardinals (NFL) ..................................1998-99 Washington Redskins (NFL) .................................2000 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL).......................................1992 Orlando Predators (AFL) ......................................1992 Cleveland Bulldogs (NFL).....................................1925 Montreal Alouettes (CFL) .....................................1958 Washington Redskins (NFL) .................................2011 Cologne Centurions (NFLE) .................................2004 Pottsville Maroons (NFL) ......................................1926 Houston Oilers (NFL) ......................................1990-94 San Diego Chargers (NFL) ...................................1995 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................1996-97 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) .....................................1998 Connecticut Coyotes (AFL) ..................................1996 New York CityHawks (AFL) ..................................1997 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) .......................................2001 Tennessee Titans (NFL) .......................................2001 Amsterdam Admirals (NFLE) ................................2003 Los Angeles Avengers (AFL) ...........................2004-05 Philadelphia Soul (AFL) ...................................2006-08 San Diego Chargers (NFL) ..............................1976-78 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ................................................1980 New England Patriots (NFL) .................................1980 Philadelphia Stars (USFL) ....................................1983

rIcHardSon, kent (2006-07-08-09) rIley, dave (75-76-77)

Philadelphia Soul (AFL) ........................................2011 Philadelphia Stars (USFL) ...............................1983-84 Baltimore Stars (USFL) ........................................1985 Oakland Raiders (NFL).........................................1995 New England Patriots (NFL) ............................1997-99 Scottish Claymores (NFLE) ..................................1999 Buffalo Bisons (NFL) ............................................1929 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL)......................................2011 Chicago Bears (NFL) ......................................1995-99 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) .....................................2000 Carolina Panthers (NFL) ..................................2001-04 Denver Broncos (NFL) ...................................2005, 07 New England Patriots (NFL) .................................2006 New Jersey Red Dogs (AFL) ................................2000 New Jersey Gladiators (AFL)................................2001 Tampa Bay Storm (AFL).................. 2002-03, 2007-08 Columbus Destroyers (AFL) ............................2004-06

murrell, adrIan (90-91-92)

luck, olIver (78-79-80-81c)

naPoleon, eugene (87-88-89)

robSock, tom (92-93-94) ruSS, bernard (95-96)

maHan, walter (22-23-24-25)

nardaccI, nIcHolaS (21-22-23-24) nIcely, JoSePH (56-57)

maHrt, armIn (22-23)

ryan, clarence (26-27-28)

mallory, JoHn (65-66-67)

neIld, cHrIS (2007-08-09-10c)

SandS, robert (2008-09-10)

nImmo, lance (99-2000-01-02) olIker, aaron (24-25-26)

Sauerbrun, todd (91-92-93-94)

mantootH, bIlly Joe (71-72)

orlando, bo (85-86-87-88)

SaunderS, davId (95-96-98)

marbury, kerry (71-72)

orr, tHomaS (90-91-92-93)

marconI, Joe (52-53-54-55)

ScHmItt, owen (2005-06-07)

PlayerS In tHe ProS

Seattle Seahwaks (NFL)..................................2008-09 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ...............................2010-11 Cleveland Rams (NFL) .........................................1941 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) ................................1946-50 Cleveland Indians (NFL) .......................................1923 New York Dragons (AFL) .....................................2008 Green Bay Blizzard (AFL2) ...................................2008 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ....................................1941 Houston Texans (NFL) ....................................2008-11 Miami Dolphins (NFL)...........................................2011 Berlin Thunder (NFLE)..........................................1999 New Jersey Red Dogs (AFL) ................................2000 New Jersey Gladiators (AFL)................................2001 New York/New Jersey Hitmen (XFL) ....................2001 Florida Bobcats (AFL) ..........................................2001 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL%) .................................1987 Pittsburgh Gladiators (AFL) ..................................1990 Washington Commandos (AFL) ...........................1990 Albany Firebirds (AFL) ..........................................1991 San Antonio Riders (WLAF) .................................1991 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL).............................2004 Denver Broncos (NFL%) ......................................1987 Albany Firebirds (AFL) ..........................................1991 Pittsburgh Pirates (NFL) ..................................1933-40 Los Angeles Rams (NFL) .....................................1950 Green Bay Packers (NFL) ...............................1951-55 Frankfurt Galaxy (NFLE) .......................................2001 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) ............................1999-2005 Baltimore Ravens (NFL) ..................................2006-07 St. Louis Rams (NFL)...........................................2008 Las Vegas Locomotives (UFL)..............................2009 Dallas Cowboys (NFL) .........................................1994 Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) .............................1995-96 Chicago Bears (NFL) ........................... 1936-42,45-46

ourS, weS (98-98-200)

marker, Henry (29-30-31-32) marlatt, Pat (85-86-87-88)

SeabrIgHt, cHarleS (38-39-40)

Setron, JoSePH (19-20-21)

marSHall, raSHeed (2001-02-03-04c)

owenS, artIe (72-73-74-75)

SHeffey, Jeremy (2003-04-05-06)

mayS, alvoId (88)

SHonk, JoHn (39-40)

Page, Solomon (96-97-98)

mcafee, Pat (2005-06-07-08c) mccann, dee (2004-05)

Dallas Cowboys (NFL)....................................1999-2002 San Diego Chargers (NFL) ...................................2003 Cincinnati Reds (NFL) ..........................................1934 St. Louis Stampede AFL).....................................1996 Oakland Raiders (NFL)....................................2000-07 Miami Dolphins (NFL)...........................................2008 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) .....................................1978-85 Sacramento Surge (WLAF) ..................................1992 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)........................1993 Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL)............................1993 Florida Bobcats (AFL) ..........................................1996 Connecticut Coyotes (AFL) ..................................1996 New Jersey Red Dogs (AFL) ................................1997 Grand Rapids Rampage (AFL) .............................1998 Iowa Barnstormers (AFL) .....................................1999 New York Dragons (AFL) .....................................2002 New England Patriots (NFL) ............................1996-98 Baltimore Ravens (NFL) .......................................1999 Chicago Enforcers (XFL) ......................................2001 Pittsburgh Maulers (USFL) ...................................1984 Memphis Showboats (USFL) ...............................1985 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) .......................................1993 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................1990-93 Minnesota Vikings (NFL) .................................2008-09 New York Giants (NFL) ........................................2010

Slaton, Steve (2005-06-07)

ParrIott, wIllIam (30-31-32) PerkInS, Steve (92-93-94) Porter, Jerry (97-98-99)

Slay, Henry (94-95-96-97)

mcIntyre, corey (1998-99-2000-01)

SmallS, fred (82-83-84-85)

mclee, boo (2003-04-05-06)

PrIdemore, tom (75-76-77) Proctor, baSIl (88-89)

meredItH, ruSSell (17-20-21-22)

SmIder, brIan (85-86-87-88) SmItH, derrIck (2002)

merrIttS, JIm (82-83)

merrow, Jeff (72-73-74)

SmItH, matt (83-84-85-86) SnIffen, Jeff 89-90)

moan, emmett “kelly” (35-36-37)

Purnell, lovett (93-94-95)

Sortet, wIlbur (30-31-32)

moran, JameS (46-47-48)

raugH, mark (79-80-81-82)

StePHenSon, J. davIdSon (48-40)

morrISon, edward (24-25-26) mullen, gary (81-82-83-84)

ray, JoHn (89-90-91)

StIllS, gary (96-97-98)

rembert, reggIe (88-89)

reynaud, darIuS (2005-06-07)

StudStIll, darren (90-91-92-93)

StydaHar, JoSePH (33-34-35)#

199

SuPerIck, Steve (82-83-84-85) taffonI, JoSePH (64-65)

Houston Oilers (NFL%) ........................................1987 Cleveland Browns (NFL) .................................1967-70 New York Giants (NFL) ...................................1972-73 Buffalo Bills (NFL) ...........................................1983-94 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) ..........................................1995 Minnesota Vikings (NFL) ......................................1996 Cleveland Browns (NFL) .................................1990-91 Cleveland Indians (NFL) .......................................1924 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................1989-91 Milwaukee Mustangs (AFL) .............................1995-96 New Jersey Red Dogs (AFL) ...........................1997-98 Orlando Rage (XFL) .............................................2001 Rhein Fire (NFLE) .................................................2003 Orlando Predators (AFL) ..................2004, 2006, 2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) .............................2004 Saskatchewan Rough Riders (CFL) .....................2000 Scottish Claymores (NFLE) ..................................2001 Calgary Stampeders (CFL)...................................2004 Frankfurt Galaxy (NFLE) .......................................2001 Tennessee Titans (NFL) ..............................1999-2002 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL).................................2003-08 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) ...................................1958 New Orleans Saints (NFL) ...............................1990-96 Carolina Panthers (NFL) .......................................1997 Denver Gold (USFL)........................................1983-85 Pittsburgh Galdiators (AFL) ..................................1988 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)...................1993-95 Minnesota Fighting Pike (AFL)..............................1996 Toronto Argonauts (CFL).................................1996-97 Indianapolis Colts (NFL) ..............................1998-2005 Dallas Cowboys (NFL) .........................................2006 Miami Dolphins (NFL)......................................1981-85 Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) ..................................1985

talley, darryl (79-80-81-82)

chRIs

neIld

talley, JoHn (85-86-87)

tallman, cHarleS (21-22-23) taylor, craIg (85-86-87-88)

taylor, Jay (96-97-98-99)

terry, nate (97-99)

PlayerS In tHe ProS

tHomPkInS, gary (97-98-99-2000) tHornton, JoHn (95-96-97-98)

trImarkI, mIckey (55-56-57)

turnbull, renaldo (87-88-89)

turner, calvIn (78-79-80-81)

vanderJagt, mIke (91-92)

walker, fulton (77-78-79-80)

waSHIngton, vann (93-94-95-96) wHIte, Pat (2005-06-07-08) wIllIamS, dale (91-92-93)

young, warren (2004-05-06) zereoue, amoS (96-97-98)

AFL - American Football League (1946-50) DFL - Dixie Football League (1936-47) NFLE - National Football League Europe (1998-2003) PCFL - Pacific Coast Football League (1940-48) AFL - Arena Football League (1987-2011) WLAF - World League of American Football (1991-97) AFL2 - Arena Football League2 (2000-09) XFL - Xtreme Football League UFL - United Football League (2011) UIFL - United Indoor Football League (2011-12)

Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) .....................................1997 Miami Dolphins (NFL)...........................................2009 Cleveland Thunderbolts (AFL) ..............................1994 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL)........................1971-72 Cincinnati Bengals (NFL)............................2004, 2006 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) ................................1985-87 Phoenix Cardinals (NFL) .................................1988-91 Cleveland Browns (NFL) .................................1992-93 Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) ...............................1963-71 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) .....................................1972 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)........................1978 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) ..............................1979-82 Toronto Argonauts (CFL)......................................1982 Montreal Alouettes (CFL) .....................................1983 Washington Redskins (NFL) .................................1956 Toronto Argonauts (CFL)......................................1957

Green Bay Blizzard (AFL2) ...................................2008 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) ............................1999-2003 Oakland Raiders (NFL).........................................2004 New England Patriots (NFL) .................................2005

# - Member of Pro Football Hall of Fame % - Replacement Player during the 1987 NFL Strike

wIllIamS, edward (69-70)

wIlSon, QuIncy (1999-2001-02-03c) wolfley, ron (81-82-83-84)

abbrevIatIonS:
AAFC - All-American Football Conference (1946-49) AFL - American Football League (1926) AFL - American Football League (1936) AFL - American Football League (1960-69) APFA - American Professional Football Association (192021) NFL - National Football League (1920-2011) USFL - United States Football League (1983-85) WFL - World Football League (1974-75) CFL - Canadian Football League AA - American Association (1936-41) AFL - American Football League (1937-41)

woodeSHIck, tom (60-61-62)

woodS, Harold (76-77)

wyant, fred (52-53-54-55)

This list was compiled by the West Virginia University Sports Communications Office. Any corrections or additions are requested. This list is complete through the 2011 professional football season. Inclusion is based on at least one game of active service on the roster of any professional football team recognized by the Pro Football Researchers Association. Research on the Canadian Football League was supplied by independent researcher Jay Langhammer of Fort Worth, Texas. Arena Football League listings were supplied by Jennifer Boehm and Neil Boudreaux.

200

PLAyERS IN THE DRAFT
natIonal football league (nfl)
year 2000 Player Anthony Becht Jerry Porter Barrett Green Marc Bulger round 1 2 2 6 team New York Jets Oakland Raiders Detroit Lions New Orleans Saints

1999

Charles Fisher Solomon Page John Thornton Gary Stills Amos Zereoue Kevin Landolt Henry Slay Mike Logan Aaron Beasley John Browning Kantroy Barber Lovett Purnell Canute Curtis Todd Sauerbrun Rich Braham Jay Kearney Darren Studstill Mike Compton Adrian Murrell Jim Gray Steve Grant Renaldo Turnbull Reggie Rembert Mike Fox Basil Proctor Jack Linn Lonnie Brockman Major Harris Bo Orlando Craig Taylor Undra Johnson Chris Parker Anthony Brown Alvoid Mays Pat Marlatt Brian Smider David Grant John Holifield Brian Jozwiak Fred Smalls Derek Christian Ron Wolfley Willie Drewrey Paul Woodside Jeff Hostetler Rich Hollins Steve Hathaway

2 2 2 3 3 4 7 2 3 3 4 7 6 2 3 6 6 3 5 7 10 1 2 2 7 9 9 12 6 6 7 8 8 8 9 11 4 12 1 7 12 4 11 12 3 9 12

Cincinnati Bengals Dallas Cowboys Tennessee Titans Kansas City Chiefs Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars Atlanta Falcons Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs New England Patriots New England Patriots Cincinnati Bengals Chicago Bears Arizona Cardinals Green Bay Packers Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions New York Jets New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts New Orleans Saints New York Jets New York Giants New York Jets Detroit Lions New Orleans Saints Los Angeles Raiders Houston Oilers Cincinnati Bengals Atlanta Falcons Detroit Lions New York Jets Houston Oilers New York Jets Houston Oilers Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Buffalo Bills St. Louis Cardinals Houston Oilers Buffalo Bills New York Giants Detroit Lions Indianapolis Colts

PlayerS In tHe draft

1998 1997 1996

1995 1994

bRuce

1993

IrvIn

1992

1990
year 2012 Player Bruce Irvin Najee Goode round 1 5 team Seattle Seahawks Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Keith Tandy 2011 Brandon Hogan Robert Sands J.T. Thomas Chris Neild Selvish Capers Pat White Ellis Lankster Pat McAfee Steve Slaton Owen Schmitt Ryan Mundy Dee McCann Adam Jones Chris Henry Rasheed Marshall Quincy Wilson Lance Nimmo James Davis

6 4 5 6 7 7 2 7 7 3 5 6 6 1 3 5 7 4 5

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Carolina Panthers Cincinnati Bengals Chicago Bears Washington Redskins Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills Indianapolis Colts Houston Texans Seattle Seahawks Pittsburgh Steelers Detroit Lions Tennessee Titans Cincinnati Bengals San Francisco 49ers Atlanta Falcons Tampa Bay Buccaneers Detroit Lions 1985 1989

2010 2009

1988 1987 1986

2008

2007 2006

2004 2003

1984

201

year 1983

Player Darryl Talley Mark Raugh

round 2 11

team Buffalo Bills Pittsburgh Steelers

year

1982 1981

Oliver Luck Delbert Fowler Fulton Walker Robert Alexander Tom Pridemore Dave Riley Ron Lee Artie Owens Charles Braswell Al Gluchoski Rich Lukowski Scott MacDonald Danny Buggs John Adams Charles Miller Marshall Mills Jeff Merrow Kerry Marbury Ed Williams Leon Jenkins Jim Braxton Dale Farley Bob Gresham Carl Crennel Garrett Ford John Mallory Ron Williams Dan Williamson Dick Leftridge Dick Leftridge Bob Dunlevy Bill Sullivan Bob Dunlevy Joe Pabian Pete Goimarac Pete Goimarac Glenn Holton Tom Woodeshick Gene Heeter Tom Woodeshick Jim Moss Jim Moss Steve Berzansky Steve Berzansky Bill Winter Bill Winter Ray Peterson Ray Peterson Bill Lopasky Dick Guessman Bill Lopasky Mel Reight Glenn Shamblin Chuck Howley

2 5 6 10 9 11 3 4 8 14 17 17 3 8 8 10 11 16 14 16 3 3 8 9 3 10 14 14 1 4 6 15 19 15 5 7 10 4 8 8 13 16 19 28 6 12 14

Houston Oilers Houston Oilers Miami Dolphins Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints Baltimore Colts San Diego Chargers Detroit Lions New York Jets Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints New York Giants St. Louis Cardinals Cleveland Browns Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots Baltimore Colts Detroit Lions Buffalo Bills Miami Dolphins New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh Steelers 1951 Denver Broncos Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers Miami Dolphins Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions Buffalo Bills San Diego Chargers Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants Oakland Raiders Baltimore Colts San Diego Chargers San Francisco 49ers New York Titans Philadelphia Eagles Buffalo Bills Los Angeles Chargers Detroit Lions San Francisco 49ers Washington Redskins Chicago Cardinals Chicago Bears 1946 1945 1944 1957

Player Larry Krutko Joe Nicely Mickey Trimarki Bill Chancey

round 2 3 13 19

team Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Colts Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears

Tony Hosek Joe Kopnisky Ron Klim Bill Trozzo Joe Marconi Bruce Bosley Sam Huff Fred Wyant Bobby Moss Bill Underdonk Gene Lamone Bill Hillen Clyde Sweeney Chuck Donaldson Tommy Allman Bill Marker Ralph Starkey Ben Dunkerly Jerry Cooper Bill Jarrett Ed Brookman Jack Stone Bob Orders Paul Bischoff Jack Bove Frank Kazmierski Pete Zinach Fred Stuvek Jack Morton Dave Stephenson Tom Keene Gene Corum Jim Walthall Jim Walthall Gene Corum Russ Lopez Leo Benjamin Eddie Kulakowski Dick McElwee Vic Peelish Quentin Barnette John Shonk Harry Clarke Mike Gussie Alex Atty Kelly Moan Herb Barna Joe Stydahar

15 21 24 29 1 2 3 3 4 11 5 11 18 23 4 8 8 12 21 24 24 29 13 15 19 26 9 11 13 15 2 9 11 16 26 17 27 19 28 17 19 17 11 13 18 5 7 1

Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals Chicago Cardinals Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ers New York Giants Washington Redskins Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Green Bay Packers Washington Redskins New York Giants Washington Redskins Los Angeles Rams Chicago Bears Los Angeles Rams Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams New York Bulldogs Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Chicago Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles Buffalo Bills Chicago Rockets Pittsburgh Steelers Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions Detroit Lions Brooklyn Dodgers Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears Brooklyn Dodgers Cleveland Browns New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears

1978

1956

1976

1955

1975

1954

1973

PlayerS In tHe draft

1972 1971

1953 1952

1970 1968

1950

1966

1948

1965 1964

1963

1943

1941 1940

1962

1960

1939 1938 1937 1936

1959

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im Clements is West Virginia University’s 23rd president. WVU is the flagship university of West Virginia, with an internationally diverse student body of more than 33,000 undergraduate

the 81st Joint Civilian Orientation Conference through the U.S. Department of Defense. Before coming to WVU, Dr. Clements served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Towson University, the second-largest public university in Maryland. Prior to becoming provost, he served as Towson’s vice president for economic and community outreach, and as the Robert W. Deutsch Distinguished Professor and chair of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences. Dr. Clements earned a B.S. in computer science and an M.S. and Ph.D. in operations analysis from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), as well as an M.S. in computer science from Johns Hopkins University. The fourth edition

and graduate students across approximately 200 degree programs in the University’s 13 constituent colleges, two divisional colleges, and multiple healthcare Dr. Clements chairs the boards of the West Virginia United Health System, the WVU Hospitals, and the WVU Research

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Corporation. In total, WVU and its affiliates represent a $2.3 billion enterprise and employ more than 18,000 people. WVU and its affiliates are currently in the midst of more than $600 million of capital improvements. Regionally, he is a board member of the National Energy Technology Laboratory Regional University Alliance. He chairs the Implementation Committee of the Power of 32, a visioning initiative across 32 counties in Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. In the state, he recently co-chaired the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s Diversity Initiative Council, and co-chaired the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s College Completion Task Force. In addition, he serves on the board of the West Virginia Business Roundtable. On a national level, he is active with national higher education organizations such as the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities (APLU) and the American Council on Education (ACE). He is currently co-chair of the APLU Energy Forum and is the chair of the ACE Commission on Leadership. Dr. Clements was the only university president selected to join a 15-member Innovation Advisory Board to the U.S. Department of Commerce. He was also nominated and participated in published in four languages and used in multiple countries; the fifth edition was released in spring 2012. At WVU, Dr. Clements is a tenured professor in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources’ Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. He is married to Beth Clements, and they have four children – Tyler, twin daughters Hannah and Maggie, and Grace.

WVU’s first family, standing from left: Jim, Beth and Tyler Clements. In rockers: Hannah and Maggie. Seated on lawn: Grace

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uccessful at each of his previous career stops, Oliver Luck continues that streak at West Virginia University. A former Mountaineer quarterback, Luck, appointed the University’s

In that role, Luck oversaw the development and management of a $1 billion professional sports and entertainment complex for the city of Houston that included Minute Maid Park, Reliant Stadium and the Toyota Center. In 2005, Luck was appointed as the first president of Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamos, helping that organization to a pair of MLS Cup titles in his first two years at the helm. Luck secured the funding for an $80 million soccer complex to house the Dynamos when the call came to return to his alma mater. BBVA Compass Stadium was built and opened in 2012 adding to Luck’s legacy with the professional soccer team, and the overall Houston sports facility complexes. He returned in May 2012 for the opening ceremony of the soccer stadium that he fought so hard for. The Rhodes Scholar finalist graduated Phi Beta Kappa from WVU in 1982. He also earned a law degree from Texas, graduating cum laude in 1987. In 1997, Luck was inducted into the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame, and in 2008, he was inducted into the

11th Director of Athletics by President James P. Clements on June 9, 2010, has made significant strides in his first two years to enhance WVU’s role as a major player in the collegiate world. In his first year, Luck hired

four head coaches, while maintaining WVU’s superior level of success. In addition to new hires, Luck oversaw the progress of major capital projects, such as the $25 million WVU basketball practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball and the women’s soccer training complex. He also fostered an atmosphere for achievement and triumph in the classroom and on the field. In year two, Luck led WVU into the Big 12 Conference, oversaw the best fundraising year in school history, implemented several safety and crowd enhancements at Mountaineer sporting events, increased overall department revenue, continued a master plan for facility upgrades and watched his football program gain its third BCS bowl victory with a record-setting 7033 win in the Orange Bowl. Luck’s athletic and professional careers have been the epitome of success, first as a record-setting quarterback for the Mountaineers from 1978-81, then as a professional quarterback for the National Football League’s Houston Oilers, and later as a professional sports executive. After retiring from football, Luck became vice president of business development for the NFL and later was appointed general manager of the Frankfurt Galaxy of the World League of American Football. He spent the 1995 season as general manager of the Rhein Fire before being named President and CEO of NFL Europe in 1996. Luck totaled more than 10 years with the NFL, before becoming chief executive officer of the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority in 2001. CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame. He is married to the former Kathy Wilson. They have two sons and two daughters: Andrew, a former AllAmerican quarterback and two-time Heisman Trophy finalist at Stanford and No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts; Mary Ellen, a junior volleyball player at Stanford; Emily, a freshman at Stanford and Addison, who attends Morgantown High.

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Mike parsons
Deputy Director of Athletics

keli cunninghaM terri howes
Associate Athletic Director Governance and Compliance

Associate Athletic Director Senior Women’s Administrator

Michael szul

Associate Athletic Director Business Operations

Matt borMan

Assistant Athletic Director Development

Michael fragale curtis Jones
Assistant Athletic Director Communications

Assistant Athletic Director Academic Services

intercollegiate athletics

Matt wells

Assistant Athletic Director Marketing and Sales

nikki izzo-brown
Women’s Soccer

Jason butts
Gymnastics

Mike carey

Women’s Basketball

sean cleary

Cross Country/Track

Jon haMMond
Rifle

dana holgorsen
Football

cosida acadeMic all-aMericans
Kate Harrison, Track & Cross Country (First Team) Kaitlyn, Gillespie, Track & Cross Country (First Team) Petra Zublasing, Rifle (Second Team) Kaylyn Christopher, Track & Cross Country (Third Team) Ahna Lewis, Track & Cross Country (Third Team)

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Sarah-Anne Brault, Women’s Track Lance Bryson, Wrestling Kaylyn Christopher, Women’s Track Chelsey Corroto, Women’s Soccer Kaitlyn Gillespie, Women’s Track Kate Harrison, Women’s Track Ahna Lewis, Women’s Track Petra Zublasing, Rifle Kaitlyn Gillespie, Track & Cross Country (First Team)

Thomas Kyanko, GARC Rookie of the Year, GARC ScholarAthlete Tina Maloney, Gymnastics, EAGL MVP Bry McCarthy, Women’s Soccer, Big East Championship Most Outstanding Defensive Player Blake Miller, Women’s Soccer, Big East Championship Most Outstanding Offensive Player Kate Schwindel, Women’s Soccer, Big East Rookie of the Year Hope Sloanhoffer, Gymnastics, EAGL Gymnast of the Year Petra Zublasing, GARC Shooter of the Year

bob huggins
Men’s Basketball

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Rowing

Jill kraMer
Volleyball

Marlon leblanc
Men’s Soccer

national chaMpion
Petra Zublasing, Air Rifle

conference chaMpions

first teaM all-aMericans
Tavon Austin, Football, CBSSports.com College Football, Phil Steele’s Chelsea Carrier-Eades, Outdoor Track, 100-meter hurdles and heptathlon (NCAA) Kaitlyn Gillespie, Cross Country (NCAA) Kate Harrison, Cross Country (NCAA) Erica Henderson, Women’s Soccer (National Strength and Conditioning Association) Kevin Jones, Men’s Basketball (John R. Wooden) Petra Zublasing, Rifle, Smallbore and Air Rifle (National Rifle Association)

Rachael Burnett, Women’s Baseball Swimming, 500 free, 200 free, 800 free relay, 1,650 free Chelsea Carrier-Eades, Women’s Track, 100-meter hurdles Beth Deal, Gymnastics, balance beam Kata Fodor, Women’s Swimming, 800 free relay Mandie Nugent, Women’s Swimming, 100 fly, 200 fly, 800 free relay Hope Sloanhoffer, Gymnastics, all-around, vault, uneven bars Danielle Smith, Women’s Swimming, 800 free relay Petra Zublasing, Rifle, air rifle, smallbore, combined score champion

randy Mazey

Vic riggs

Swimming and Diving

tina saMara
Tennis

craig turnbull
Wrestling

wVu intercollegiate athletics 2011-12
Baseball: 23-32/9-18 BIG EAST Cross Country: 8th at NCAA Championships, 3rd at NCAA Regionals, tied for 4th at Big East Championship Men’s Basketball: 19-14/ 9-9 Big East; NCAA Second Round Women’s Basketball: 24-10/11-5 Big East; NCAA Second Round Football: 10-3/5-2 Big East; Big East Champions; 2012 Discover Orange Bowl Champions Gymnastics: 21-5/12-1 EAGL; EAGL Champions; NCAA Regionals Rowing: 7th at BIG EAST Men’s Soccer: 11-8-1/ 6-3 Big East; NCAA Second Round Women’s Soccer: 17-5-0/ 10-1-0 Big East; Big East Regular-Season Division Title, Big East Championship Title, NCAA First Round Men’s Swimming and Diving: 4th Big East (1 NCAA Qualifier) Women’s Swimming and Diving: 3rd Big East; 5 NCAA Qualifiers—26th at NCAA Championships Women’s Tennis: 4-16/1-6 Big East Rifle: 12-2/5-1 GARC; GARC Postseason Champions; 6th at NCAA Championships Women’s Track: Indoor: 11th BIG EAST; Outdoor: 5th BIG EAST (10 NCAA Regional Qualifiers, 2 NCAA National Qualifiers, 34th at NCAA Outdoor Championships) Volleyball: 7-19/5-9 Big East Wrestling: 9-4/4-2 EWL (6 NCAA Qualifiers)

MaJor award winners
Tavon Austin, Football, Big East Special Teams Player of the Year Rachael Burnett, Women’s Swimming, Big East Women’s Most Outstanding Swimmer Andy Bevin, Men’s Soccer, Big East Rookie of the Year

58 All-Conference Selections 55 Individual Academic Award Winners 6 Team Academic Award Winners 10 Conference Individual Award Winners 16 All-Region Performers 22 NCAA Qualifiers More than 400 student-athletes on the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll 5 Consecutive Top-50 Directors’ Cup finishes

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Market station frequency
Beckley ....................WMTD-FM ........... 102.3 Bluefield ................... WHAJ-FM ............ 104.5 Buckhannon ............. WBRB-FM ........... 101.3 Charleston ................WCHS-AM .............. 580 Charleston ................WKWS-FM ............. 96.1 Clarksburg ................ WAJR-FM ............ 103.3 Cumberland, Md. ..... WDYK-FM............ 100.5 Danville ..................... WZAC-FM.............. 92.5 Dunmore ..................WVMR-AM ............ 1370 Elkins........................ WDNE-FM ............. 98.9 Fairmont ................... WTCS-AM ............ 1490 Fairmont ................... WRLF-FM .............. 94.3 Fayetteville ................ WVBD-FM............ 100.7 Fisher ....................... WELD-AM............... 690 Hillsboro ...................WVMR-FM ............. 91.9 Hot Springs, Va. .......WCHG-FM ........... 107.1 Huntington ...............WVHU-AM .............. 800 Keyser ...................... WKLP-AM............. 1390 Keyser ...................... WQZK-FM ............. 94.1 Kingwood ................ WKMM-FM ............. 96.7 Logan ...................... WVOW-AM ............ 1290 Logan .......................WVOW-FM ........... 101.9 Marlinton ..................WNMP-FM ............. 88.5 Martinsburg ..............WEPM-AM ............ 1340 Monterey, Va............. WVLS-FM .............. 89.7 Morgantown ............. WAJR-AM............. 1440 Morgantown ............. WVAQ-FM............ 101.9 Mullens .....................WKQR-FM ............. 92.7 New Martinsville........ WETZ-AM ............. 1330 New Martinsville........ WYMJ-FM.............. 99.5 Parkersburg..............WADC-AM ............ 1050 Parkersburg..............WHBR-FM ........... 103.1 Petersburg ............... WELD-FM ............ 101.7 Pittsburgh, Pa...........WBGG-AM .............. 970 Ripley ....................... WCEF-FM .............. 98.3 Romney .................... WDZN-FM ........... 100.1 Ronceverte ...............WRON-FM ........... 103.1 Spencer....................WVRC-AM ............ 1400 Spencer.................... WVRC-FM ........... 104.7 Summersville ........... WSWW-FM............. 95.7 Sutton ...................... WDBS-FM ............. 97.1 St. Mary’s .................WJAW-AM .............. 630 Weirton ......................WEIR-AM ............. 1430 Wheeling ..................WWVA-AM ............ 1170 Williamsport, Md........ WICL-FM .............. 95.9

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he Mountaineers Play Here! MSN is your home for all of the excitement of West Virginia football. Week after week, MSN’s complete coverage of the Mountaineers has been a state tradition for more than five decades.

MSN Radio, 48 affiliates strong, blankets West Virginia while extending into five

Msn

other states. On football game days, fans have the luxury of listening to the Mountaineers from any point statewide thanks to the network’s strong lineup of affiliates. Football on MSN begins with two popular pregame shows “MSN Pregame” and “The Mountaineers Today,” featuring insights with Coach Dana Holgorsen, WVU assistant coaches and Mountaineer players starting 60 minutes prior to kickoff. The network’s coverage continues with an extensive halftime show, and extends well after the final play into the locker room for postgame interviews that provide insight from WVU coaches and players. Whether you’re at Milan Puskar Stadium, at home or in your car, MSN Radio is a must for every fan on game day. Fans outside the coverage area will once again be able to listen to Mountaineer games live on the Internet by logging on to WVUsports.com, live play-by-play of West Virginia football is just a mouse-click away. MSN’s coverage of Mountaineer football is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio. For complete coverage of WVU football, there’s no better seat in the house, in the car or at the stadium than with MSN Radio.

Msn announcers

tony caridi

dwight wallace

hoppy kercheVal

Jed drenning

MSN Radio is sponsored by: Anheuser-Busch, U.S. Cellular, Kroger, United Bank, Coca Cola, West Virginia Lottery, State Farm Insurance, Chesapeake Energy, Papa John’s Pizza, Mead Westvaco, Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Laborers’ District Council, West Virginia Coal Association, Subway, Suddenlink, Brickstreet Insurance, Mattress Warehouse, Shoney’s, NAPA Auto Parts, Ogden Directories, WVU Healthcare, WVU Bookstore

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following are soMe guidelines for coVering the 2012 Mountaineers.
Credentials: All requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials to cover West Virginia’s 2012 home football games and the Sept. 15 game against James Madison at FedExField in Landover, Md., must be emailed to director of football communications Mike Montoro (mike.montoro@mail.wvu. edu) on company letterhead at least two weeks prior to the game. Requests the week of the game only will be honored if space permits. Due to the demand for working credentials, media regularly assigned to cover WVU and the visiting school will receive priority. All photographers must work outside the 30-yard lines as prescribed by the NCAA; they are not permitted in the bench area extended. Photographers must sign in for field access in the press box prior to each game. No children (age 16 and under) are allowed on the sidelines for any reason; any children on the sidelines will be removed, along with their guardians. Any abuse of a working credential to West Virginia football games can result in the media agency losing credential privileges for the remainder of 2012 and possibly the entire 2013 home season. After The Game: Coach Dana Holgorsen will conduct a postgame news conference in the Milan Puskar Center Team Room. Holgorsen’s news conference also can be heard over the press box PA. Requested WVU players also will be available in the team room. No media will be granted access to the West Virginia locker room. During The Week: Coach Dana Holgorsen will meet with the media each Tuesday afternoon in the Team Room at the Puskar Center. He will be available on the Big 12 weekly conference call each Monday at 11:40 a.m., and also will wrap up the previous week’s game on Sunday night in a conference call; contact the WVU Sports Communications Office for information. Mountaineer players will be available for interviews each Tuesday during the dinner hour; Tuesday during dinner is also the best time for players to return calls to out-of-town media. They will also be available to return phone calls on Tuesday and Wednesday as class and practice schedules permit. Any special arrangements for player interviews should be made through director of football communications Mike Montoro at least a day in advance. Players will not be asked to miss class or study hall for interviews and at no time will a player’s phone number be given to the media. No player interviews will be conducted during practice sessions. The practice and interview schedule for preseason camp and game weeks will be announced in August.

Michael fragale
Assistant Athletic Director/ Communications

Mike Montoro
Director of Football Communications

John antonik
Director of New Media

Media inforMation

bryan Messerly
Sports Information Director

Joe swan
Sports Publications Director

katie kane
Associate Sports Information Director

tiM goodenow
DIReCTIOnS TO PReSS PARkInG AReA (Red and Brown Lots)
From I-79: Take the Star City/WVU exit. Cross the Star City bridge and proceed up Monongahela Boulevard toward the Coliseum. At the Coliseum traffic light, turn left onto Patteson Drive. At the second traffic light, turn right onto University Avenue and proceed up the hill to the WVU Law School. This is the location of the Red and Brown parking areas. A shuttle van runs continuously from the media lots to the press box. From I-68: Take the Pierpont Road exit and follow signs to the stadium. At the second traffic light off the interstate, turn left and travel up Easton Hill. Count two more traffic lights and turn right on Route 705 and stay on this highway as it becomes Chestnut Ridge Road. Turn left at the sixth traffic light onto Van Voorhis Road, and make another left at the second traffic light onto University Ave. Proceed up the hill to the WVU Law School. This is the location of the Red and Brown parking areas. A shuttle van runs continuously from the media lots to the press box.
Assistant Sports Publications Director

shannon McnaMara lisa aMMons
Assistant Sports Information Director Business Manager

cheryl Maust
Program Assistant

aMy prunty
Program Assistant

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