EJ Manuel        Florida State     A true passing quarterback with running skills, he is the total package. Manuel’s run skills make him even more attractive for those teams looking to pick up where RG3, Wilson and Colin Kaepernick left off in 2012. A playmaker both in and outside of the pocket, through the air or on the ground. Is a downfield run threat with elusiveness and cutting ability in tight and open space, with burst and acceleration to defy angles and a nose for the end zone, resulting in many a diving effort to score. This right-armed quarterback has exceptional size with very good athletic ability and movement skills for a 6-5, 237-pounder. Aligns in shotgun and traditional with good play action fake. Very good footwork in setting up; solid balance with weight transfer and over-the-shoulder delivery. Manuel has a natural and smooth throwing motion. Very good movement skills on waggles and rollouts with production and accuracy outside the pocket. Manuel has excellent arm strength, and velocity can be considered one of the best in the draft on deep balls. Feels pressure and resorts to natural instincts to run when pocket is squeeze; has happy feet and looks to run first in many cases. This quarterback can stand tall in the pocket when not pressured, displaying good presence and the ability to slide and avoid and stretch plays. Tends to stare down primary receivers with spotty read progression and coverage recognition on the move and pre-snap. Accuracy is good with a career completion percentage of 66.9; can make all the throws needed at the next level (back shoulder, fade), but best throwing to an area and allowing a receiver to make a play. This player’s DNA (film) is better than what I saw at the Senior Bowl, and he was the MVP there.  Manuel’s size, athletic ability and ascending production each collegiate season makes him very attractive. He is the best athlete and runner at the quarterback position of the 2013 draft class. Softli – First-round talent, second-round pick.

 

ERIK “E.J.” MANUEL, Jr.

Quarterback

Florida State University Seminoles

#3

6:04.3-237

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Bayside High School

 

OVERVIEW

The most accurate passer in the history of Florida State football, Manuel closed out his career by making 66.89% of his attempts, topping the previous mark held by heralded Charlie Ward, who connected on 62.32% of his tosses (1989-93) before leaving the game of football for a professional basketball career.

 

Even though Manuel did not join the starting lineup until his junior campaign, the imposing figure with long arms ranks third in school annals with 600 pass completions, 7,741 yards passing and 8,568 yards in total offense. He also placed sixth all-time with 47 touchdown tosses and was responsible for 58 touchdowns through 43 games in a Seminoles uniform.

 

Manuel had perhaps his finest season as a senior, but it was accomplished through a “roller coaster of emotions” for the Gators field leader. Close to his mother, Manuel remained private to the coaches, teammates and friends, as his mother, Jackie, was battling cancer. Constantly being by her side whenever he could throughout her rounds of chemotherapy, the quarterback would lead the Seminoles to their first Atlantic Coast Conference championship since the 2005 season.

 

While there were a few “glitches” on the field in 2012, including Manuel throwing a career-worst three interceptions while turning the ball over again on a fumble during a November 24th clash vs. inter-state rival, Florida during FSU Senior Day that honored their signal caller in festivities before the contest. His mother was by his side after the game, just days after she had received another chemotherapy treatment for Stage 1 breast cancer.

 

The more important story, though — the one that happened behind the cameras and offline from the message boards — is the one that got Manuel to the Discover Orange Bowl and helped him mature as a player and a person. Through his mother’s season-long battle with breast cancer, Manuel gained more than any national title could ever give him. He gained perspective — something that’s in short supply these days in Tallahassee.

 

“I knew nobody else was going to care, to be honest with you,” said Manuel. “People will say, sorry, and this and that, but you’ve still got to go out and play. I understood that. That’s why I never really said anything publicly about it, because Florida State fans may say sorry, but when you’re not winning games, they’re still going to have things to say negatively or just be upset. They just won’t be happy, just like I won’t be happy. It was tough. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t. It was definitely tough, but God got me through it. I did a lot of praying and my parents did the same.” Somebody was listening.

 

“I’ve seen my mom the same way my whole life: smiling, pretty, doing fine,” he said. “I was the one with the cold, and she’d take care of me. In some situations you can’t change the outcome. You have no control over it. You just have faith and pray. That’s the biggest thing it taught me. That’s why I told my teammates, ‘don’t take anything for granted, don’t wait. If you can go ahead and do something now, if you can go study and watch film now, go do it. Don’t try to say I’ll put it off until tomorrow because you don’t know what will come tomorrow.'”

 

Jackie Manuel was diagnosed just one week before the season opener against Murray State. Armed with information and answers to his many questions, she and her husband, Erik, told EJ on September 16th, one day after he led FSU to a win over Wake Forest. Jackie said her son reacted “with a little bit of shock,” and asked questions like if she was going to be all right, what the treatments would be, how often, and how they would make her feel.

 

“It was tough, very tough,” he said. “My dad and my mom and my sister really helped me out a lot. I really thank them for my career thus far, being such a great supporting cast. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them. My mom, trying to make it sound like she was feeling good even when I knew she wasn’t. You can tell when your parents aren’t feeling well on the phone, just by the tone of their voice. I knew she was tired, but she would make it seem like, ‘oh hey, son, oh sweetie,’ trying to make it seem like she’s OK, and that made me feel better. The coaches were there, too, but it’s nothing like having your parents there and helping you get through that situation.”

 

With family issues weighing on his mind, Manuel would complete 263 passes in 2012, the fourth-best season total in school history. His 3,397 yards passing and 3,702 yards in total offense both placed second on FSU’s annual record charts, with only Chris Weinke posting better figures for the Seminoles (4167 aerial yards and 4,070 total in 2000). His 23 touchdown strikes also tied for ninth on the school season-record list.

 

The three-time Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection was a highly regarded quarterback during his playing days at Bayside High School, where the Virginia native was rated the second-best pro-style passer in the nation by Prep Star and the second-rated overall prospect in the state by Super Prep. He accounted for almost 7,400 yards and 68 touchdowns during his prep career (48 passing) and completed at least 56% of his passes every season.

 

As a freshman, Manuel started at quarterback and threw for 589 yards with seven touch-downs, as well as rushing for 119 yards and another score. As a sophomore, he recorded 1,332 passing yards and eight touchdowns as well as 276 rushing yards with six more scores. The following season, he threw for 1,973 yards and fifteen touchdowns while rushing for 345 yards and five scores.

 

The four-star recruit, All-Tidewater District and second-team All-State Group AAA choice had participated in the Elite 11 camp prior to his prep senior season and went out to generate 1,973 yards with nineteen touchdown passes, adding 541 yards rushing with five scores in 2007. He was named Parade All-American and was a member of the Prep Star Dream Team before he participated in the Under Armour All-Star game prior to his arrival on the Florida State campus.

 

The Seminoles won a heated recruiting battle when Manual signed his national letter-of-intent, as he made that tough decision among FSU and finalists, Louisiana State, Oregon, Tennessee and Alabama. He would spent the 2008 campaign earning MVP honors with the scout team and saw just six starting assignments during his next two seasons before going on to start 25 more contests during his final two campaigns. He would compile a

25-6 record as a starter for FSU.

 

The 2009 campaign saw Manuel thrust into the starting lineup for four of the seven games he appeared in, replacing an injured Christian Ponder. He hit on 69-of-106 tosses (65.09%) for 817 yards and two touchdowns, but he was also picked off six times. He made two more starts in the ten games he played in as a sophomore, as more injuries to Ponder resulted in Manuel completing 65-of-93 chances (69.89%) for 861 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions.

 

With Ponder leaving for the National Football League (Minnesota) and a new coaching staff in place, led by Jimbo Fisher, who had gotten Manuel to join the FSU program in 2008, saw his QB led the team to nine victories during his first full season as a starter.

 

A shoulder sprain vs. Oklahoma forced Manuel to miss the Clemson clash and see limited action vs. Wake Forest, but the junior managed to gain 2,817 total yards, including 2,666 passing, as he connected on 203-of-311 throws (65.27%) with eighteen touchdowns, adding four more scores on 110 carries.

 

Manuel was a finalist for the coveted Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award in 2012, as the second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference choice inched his way into the school record book. He attempted 387 passes, ranking fourth on the FSU annual chart with 263 pass completions. He finished ranked eighth among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers with a career pass efficiency rating of 150.43. His 8,583 yards in total offense is 20th among active players and he ranks 13th with an average of 199.26 yards per game in total offense.

 

CAREER NOTES

Manuel started 31-of-43 games he appeared in at Florida State, compiling a 25-6 record with the first unit…Completed 600-of-897 passes for a school career-record pass completion percentage of .6689, gaining 7,741 aerial yards with 47 touchdowns and 28 interceptions…Carried 298 times for 827 yards (2.78 ypc) and eleven more scores, as he also recovered a batted back reception for 11 yards (vs. Boston College in 2012), made three tackles (2 solos) and had 1,195 offensive chances for 8,568 yards in total offense, an average of 7.17 yards per play and 199.26 yards per game…His 600 pass completions rank third in school annals behind Chris Weinke (650; 1997-2000) and Drew Weatherford (644; 2005-08)…His pass completion percentage topped the previous FSU all-time mark of 62.32% by Charlie Ward (1989-93)…Manuel’s 7,741 yards passing rank behind Weinke (9,839) and Chris Rix (8,390; 2001-04) in school annals…His 47 touchdown tosses placed sixth on the school career chart, surpassed by Weinke (79), Rix (63), Danny Kanell (57; 1992-95), Gary Huff (52; 1970-72) and Ward (49)…Placed third in school history with 8,568 yards in total offense, ranking behind Weinke (9,473) and Rix (9,213)…Threw for at least 300 yards in five contests and gained over 300 yards in total offense in six games.

 

2012 SEASON

Manuel earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference second-team honors from the league’s coaches and media…A finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, he would lead the Seminoles to their first conference title since 2005 as he became the second player in college football history to win four consecutive bowl games…Manuel led FSU to a 12-win season for just the third time in program history and the first time since their dominant stretch in the 1990s…During his senior season, he threw for the second most yards in team history with 3,392, only trailing Chris Weinke, who threw for 4,167 yards in 2000… While going 25-6 as a starter, he won the first BCS bowl for Florida State since 1999, was victorious in five out of six games against inter-state rivals Miami and Florida, and he also led the offense to its most productive season in team history, slightly edging the 2000 National Championship squad with 6,591 yards…Ranked second in the ACC and 14th in the nation with a 156.14 pass efficiency rating, as he connected on 263 (fourth-best season total by a Seminole) of 387 passes (67.96%) with 23 touchdowns and ten interceptions, finishing fourth on the squad with 103 carries for 310 yards (3.01 ypc) and four more scores…On 490 plays, he piled up 3,702 yards in total offense. Only Chris Weinke (4,070 in 2000) had more yards in a season for FSU…Threw for over 300 yards in three contests, including a career-best 439 yards with four touchdowns on 27-of-34 tries vs. Boston College, a game where he recovered a reception for an11-yard advancement. His 439 aerial yards rank tenth on the school game-record list and his 444 yards in total offense tied Danny Kanell (vs. Virginia in 1995) for the ninth-best game total by a Seminole…Added 27-of-35 passes for 380 yards and two touchdowns, as he tallied 102 more yards on eleven carries for a total of 482 yards vs. Clemson. That 482-yard performance placed sixth on the FSU game-record list…Threw for three touchdowns and 326 yards on 25-of-42 attempts vs. Virginia Tech and closed out his career with 26-of-38 passes for 291 yards with one score passing and another rushing vs. Northern Illinois in the Orange Bowl.

 

2011 SEASON

Manuel led FSU to nine wins in his first full-year as a starter to move to 13-4 all-time as the Seminoles’ starting quarterback…He became the most accurate quarterback in school history as far as career completion percentage (66.1) after completing 203-of-311 passes (65.27%) in 2011…Threw for 2,666 yards (15th on the FSU annual record chart) and 18 touchdowns (tied for 17th on the annual record list) with just eight interceptions…Ranked 18th nationally and second in the ACC in pass efficiency (151.24) to move his career efficiency to 146.10 – the third-best in ACC history behind only former Seminole Chris Weinke (151.15) and former Georgia Tech star Joe Hamilton (148.19)…Ranked fourth in the ACC in total offense (234.8)…Threw multiple touchdown passes in six games and eclipsed 250 yards passing in five games, including three straight contests (Duke, Maryland and NC State) where he passed for 200+ yards in the first half alone…Ended the season throwing 121 passes without an interception which covered the final five games as FSU went 4-1 during the stretch…Finished second on the team with four rushing touchdowns, with all four coming in the last seven games…Posted season-bests in yards (329), attempts (35) and touchdowns (four) in the second game of the year vs. Charleston Southern…Injured his left shoulder during the Oklahoma game and sat out the loss to Clemson and the start of the Wake Forest game as well…Returned with 1:48 remaining in the first half at Wake Forest, promptly leading FSU to a score, finishing the day with 286 yards and two touch-downs…Completed 9-of-14 passes for 239 yards vs. the Duke, including compiling three completions of at least 50 yards, in addition to throwing for two touchdowns and running for two more in the win…Notched his second career 300-yard game came vs. North Carolina State (321 yards), as he set a season-best mark for completions with 25…Helped rally the Seminoles to an 18-14 win over Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl, as he hit on 20-of-31 passes for 249 yards and two touchdowns…After the season, Manuel was named the winner of the Bob Crenshaw Award, one of two recipients of the leadership award for offense, most valuable player on offense and one of the team’s permanent captains at the team’s annual banquet.

 

2010 SEASON

Manuel appeared in ten games, starting vs. Clemson and Virginia Tech for an injured Christian Ponder…The Academic All-ACC choice completed 65-of-93 attempts (69.89%) for 861 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions…Despite limited playing time, he was the team’s fifth-leading rusher with 170 yards and a score on 41 carries (4.15 ypc), as he totaled 1,031 yards on 134 plays (103.1 ypg)…Ran for a season-high 71 yards and a touch-down vs. Clemson in a 16-13 win, eclipsing his previous then career-best of 70 yards in his 2009 Gator Bowl MVP performance vs. West Virginia. He also passed for 210 yards in the win over the Tigers, helping him earn ACC Offensive Back of the Week honors…Gained a season-high 288 aerial yards on 23-of-31 tosses in the ACC Championship game vs. Virginia Tech…Came on in relief in the second quarter of the Chick-fil-A Bowl and helped guide the `Noles to a 26-17 win over South Carolina, which included a 7-yard touchdown pass to Taiwan Easterling with just over five minutes to play to cap off a 13-play, 63-yard drive which proved to be the game-clinching moment.

 

2009 SEASON

Manuel was thrust into the starting role when Christian Ponder suffered a season-ending injury late in the Clemson game…He posted a 3-1 record as the starter, capped by his MVP performance in FSU’s Gator Bowl victory over West Virginia, when he rallied the team from a 14-3 deficit by completing 17-of-24 pass attempts for 189 yards and rushed for 70 yards on 14 carries. His 2-yard scoring scamper with under nine minutes to play gave the `Noles a 30-21 lead…In seven appearances, the red-shirt freshman completed 69-of-106 tosses (65.09%) for 817 yards and two touchdowns, but he also had six interceptions…Ran for 196 yards and two touchdowns on 44 carries (4.45 ypc), as the signal caller produced 1,013 yards in total offense behind 150 plays (144.71 ypg).

 

2008 SEASON

Red-shirted as a freshman…Earned scout team MVP honors for the offense.

 

INJURY REPORT

2009 Season…Manuel sat out most of spring drills due to a broken index finger suffered on the first day of practice.

2011 Season…Manuel injured his left shoulder during the Oklahoma game (9/17) and sat out the loss to Clemson (9/22) and the start of the Wake Forest clash (10/08) as well.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.64 in the 40-yard dash…1.62 10-yard dash…2.62 20-yard dash…4.06 20-yard shuttle…

6.88 three-cone drill…33-inch vertical jump…9’9” broad jump…35-inch arm length…10 1/8-inch hands…83 ¼-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Manuel attended Bayside (Virginia Beach, Va.) High School, where he was rated the second-best pro-style passer in the nation by Prep Star and the second-rated overall prospect in the state by Super Prep…Accounted for almost 7,400 yards and 68 touch-downs during his prep career (48 passing) and completed at least 56% of his passes every season…As a freshman, Manuel started at quarterback and threw for 589 yards with seven touchdowns, as well as rushing for 119 yards and another score…As a sophomore, he recorded 1,332 passing yards and eight touchdowns as well as 276 rushing yards with six more scores…The following season, he threw for 1,973 yards and fifteen touchdowns while rushing for 345 yards and five scores…The four-star recruit, All-Tidewater District and second-team All-State Group AAA choice had participated in the Elite 11 camp prior to his prep senior season and went out to generate 1,973 yards with nineteen touchdown passes, adding 541 yards rushing with five scores in 2007…Named Parade All-American honors and was a member of the Prep Star Dream Team before he participated in the Under Armour All-Star game prior to his arrival on the Florida State campus.

 

PERSONAL

The Communications major is a member of the Seminole Student Boosters and was a two-time selection on the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic football team…Son of Jackie and Erik Manuel…Born Erik Manuel Jr., on 3/19/90…Resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

 

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

PASSING STATISTICS
STATS ATT COMP PCT YARDS TD YD/ATT YD/CMP INT I/PCT LG GM/AVG
2009  106    069 65.09     0817  02     7.71     11.84  06  5.67 98    116.71
2010  093    065 69.89     0861  04     9.26     13.25  04  4.30 53    086.10
2011  311    203 65.27     2666  18     8.57     13.13  08  2.57 68    222.17
2012  387    263 67.96     3397  23     8.78     12.92  10  2.58 77    242.29
TOTAL  897    600 66.89     7741  47     8.63     12.90  28  3.12 98    180.02

 

RUSHING STATISTICS
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009 07 04 044      196  4.45  02    24
2010 10 02 041      170  4.15  01    32
2011 12 11 110      151  1.37  04    28
2012 14 14 103      310  3.01  04    28
TOTAL 43 31 298      827  2.78  11    32

 

TOTAL OFFENSE
STATS GM PLAYS PASS RUSH YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 07     150     0817      196     1013   04   6.75    144.71
2010 10     134     0861      170     1031   05   7.69    103.10
2011 12     421     2666      151     2817   22   6.69    234.75
2012 14     490     3397      310     3702   27   7.56    264.43
TOTAL 43   1195     7741      827     8568   58   7.17    199.26

 

MANUEL GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Murray St. 09/01/12 MSU 69-3

Yes

5

38

0

38

0

22

16

1

188

1

0

27

226

0

0

0

0

Savannah St. 09/08/12 SSU 55-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

13

11

0

161

3

0

13

161

0

0

0

0

Wake Forest 09/15/12 Wake Forest 52-0

Yes

8

57

9

48

1

24

15

0

176

2

0

32

224

1

0

0

6

Clemson 09/22/12 Clemson 49-37

Yes

11

112

10

102

0

35

27

0

380

2

0

46

482

0

0

0

0

South Fla. 09/29/12 at USF 30-17

Yes

10

35

26

9

0

26

19

0

242

1

0

36

251

0

0

0

0

North Carolina St. 10/06/12 at NCSU 16-17

Yes

8

12

28

-16

0

29

17

1

218

1

0

37

202

0

0

0

0

Boston College 10/13/12 BC 51-7

Yes

4

11

6

5

0

34

27

2

439

4

0

38

444

0

0

0

0

Miami (FL) 10/20/12 at Miami 33-20

Yes

11

59

25

34

0

31

21

0

229

0

0

42

263

0

0

0

0

Duke 10/27/12 Duke 48-7

Yes

5

6

2

4

0

16

8

0

282

2

0

21

286

0

0

0

0

Virginia Tech 11/08/12 at VTU 28-22

Yes

8

9

49

-40

0

42

25

1

326

3

1

50

286

0

1

1

2

Maryland 11/17/12 at Maryland 41-14

Yes

5

8

11

-3

0

23

17

1

144

2

0

28

141

0

0

0

0

Florida 11/24/12 Florida 26-37

Yes

12

74

20

54

2

33

18

3

187

1

0

45

241

2

0

0

12

Georgia Tech 12/01/12 GTU 21-15

Yes

10

67

18

49

0

21

16

1

134

0

0

31

183

0

0

0

0

Northern Ill. 01/01/13 NIU 31-10

Yes

6

28

2

26

1

38

26

0

291

1

0

44

317

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

103

516

206

310

4

387

263

10

3397

23

1

490

3707

4

1

1

26

 

 

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

La.-Monroe 09/03/11 ULM 34-0

Yes

8

28

6

22

0

34

22

1

252

2

0

42

274

0

0

0

0

Charleston So. 09/10/11 CSU 62-10

Yes

2

9

1

8

0

35

24

1

329

4

0

37

337

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma 09/17/11 Oklahoma 13-23

Yes

8

60

11

49

0

19

13

2

85

0

0

27

134

0

0

0

0

Clemson 09/24/11 at Clemson 30-35

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wake Forest 10/08/11 at WFU 30-35

Yes

3

8

17

-9

0

35

19

2

286

2

0

38

277

0

1

0

0

Duke 10/15/11 at Duke 41-16

Yes

11

81

19

62

2

14

9

0

239

2

0

25

301

2

0

0

12

Maryland 10/22/11 Maryland 41-16

Yes

13

34

39

-5

1

26

18

1

264

1

0

39

259

1

0

0

6

North Carolina St. 10/29/11 NCSU 34-0

Yes

8

28

17

11

0

34

25

1

321

2

0

42

332

0

0

0

0

Boston College 11/03/11 at BC 38-7

Yes

16

59

22

37

1

16

12

0

180

1

0

32

217

1

0

0

6

Miami (FL) 11/12/11 Miami 23-19

Yes

9

11

20

-9

0

23

17

0

196

1

0

32

187

0

0

0

0

Virginia 11/19/11 Virginia 13-14

Yes

10

41

21

20

0

31

18

0

200

1

0

41

220

0

0

0

0

Florida 11/26/11 at Florida 21-7

Yes

11

28

43

-15

0

13

6

0

65

0

0

24

50

0

0

0

0

Notre Dame 12/29/11 Notre Dame 18-14

Yes

11

24

44

-20

0

31

20

0

249

2

0

42

229

0

2

0

0

Season Totals

110

411

260

151

4

311

203

8

2666

18

0

421

2817

4

3

0

24

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Samford 09/04/10 Samford 59-6

Yes

1

8

0

8

0

13

10

1

129

0

0

14

137

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma 09/11/10 at OU 17-47

Yes

1

5

0

5

0

8

4

0

109

1

0

9

114

0

0

0

0

BYU 09/18/10 BYU 34-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wake Forest 09/25/10 WFU 31-0

Yes

1

4

0

4

0

2

2

0

41

1

0

3

45

0

0

0

0

Virginia 10/02/10 at Virginia 34-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Miami (FL) 10/09/10 at Miami 45-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Boston College 10/16/10 BC 24-19

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

North Carolina St. 10/28/10 at NCSU 24-28

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

North Carolina 11/06/10 UNC 35-37

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Clemson 11/13/10 Clemson 16-13

Yes

15

92

21

71

1

24

15

1

210

0

0

39

281

1

0

0

6

Maryland 11/20/10 at Maryland 30-16

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Florida 11/27/10 Florida 31-7

Yes

5

27

0

27

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

27

0

0

0

0

Virginia Tech 12/04/10 VTU 33-44

Yes

11

29

20

9

0

31

23

2

288

1

0

42

297

0

0

0

0

South Carolina 12/31/10 S. Carolina 26-17

Yes

7

53

7

46

0

15

11

0

84

1

0

22

130

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

41

218

48

170

1

93

65

4

861

4

0

134

1031

1

0

0

6

 

2009 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Miami (FL) 09/07/09 Miami 34-38

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Jacksonville St. 09/12/09 JSU 19-9

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

BYU 09/19/09 at BYU 54-28

Yes

1

8

0

8

0

2

1

0

4

0

0

3

12

0

0

0

0

South Fla. 09/26/09 South Fla. 7-17

Yes

1

0

1

-1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

-1

0

0

0

0

Boston College 10/03/09 at BC 21-28

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Georgia Tech 10/10/09 GTU 44-49

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

North Carolina 10/22/09 at UNC 30-27

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

North Carolina St. 10/31/09 NCSU 45-42

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Clemson 11/07/09 at Clemson 24-40

Yes

1

0

2

-2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

3

-2

0

0

0

0

Wake Forest 11/14/09 at WFU 41-28

Yes

10

53

8

45

1

20

15

1

220

1

0

30

265

1

0

0

6

Maryland 11/21/09 Maryland 29-26

Yes

6

49

0

49

0

27

17

3

206

0

1

33

255

0

1

1

2

Florida 11/28/09 at Florida 10-37

Yes

11

43

16

27

0

31

19

2

198

1

0

42

225

0

0

0

0

West Virginia 01/01/10 WVU 33-21

Yes

14

73

3

70

1

24

17

0

189

0

0

38

259

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

44

226

30

196

2

106

69

6

817

2

1

150

1013

2

1

1

14

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board