Geno Smith      West Virginia    A very good athlete who is smooth, has body balance and control with short-area burst and acceleration, plus good positional attributes. He passes the eyeball test with an athletic frame to add bulk. This right-armed passer plays strictly from the shotgun formation in a spread and read option scheme. Decision-making is crisp, as he understands and recognizes coverages and blitz packages, and is competitive and tough. Smith has excellent arm strength and velocity to make all the passes, including deep ball production. This signal-caller has very good feet to slide and avoid pressure and can throw from several different platforms, keeping plays alive with his feet. Will bounce in place to gain rhythm at top of quarterback drop zone. He has a short, roundhouse delivery motion and steps into his throws, handling pressure with escapability and a quick release. Smith is a short-to-intermediate rhythm passer with good accuracy, anticipation, timing and touch to drop it over the top or squeeze it in a tight window. He can pin it on the receiver in stride, executes back shoulder fades well and boasts deep ball accuracy. Is very good rolling to his left, squaring his shoulders and delivering strikes. This player’s touchdown-to-interception ratio is exceptional, and his career completion percentage (67.4 percent) improved each and every year. Works to sustain drive production. Very good run skills and is elusive in space, but will need ball-carrying refinement to tuck it high and tight; currently waves the ball outside frame in running motion to retain balance. With the NFL quickly becoming a passing league, this QB will fit in a shotgun spread scheme and could contribute in the new-wave read-option scheme. Softli – First or second-round talent.

 

EUGENE CYRIL “Geno” SMITH III

Quarterback

West Virginia University Mountaineers

#12

6:02.5-221

Miami, Florida

Miramar High School

 

OVERVIEW

The holder of virtually every school game, season and career passing and total offense records, the four-year starter is widely regarded as the elite passer eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft. The first player in Mountaineers annals to reach the 10,000-yard passing level, Smith ranks fourth among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision players in pass attempts (1,465), completions (988), aerial yards (11,662) and total yardage (12,004), his 98 touchdown tosses placed the rifle-armed passer third among that active group.

 

Smith’s emergence is directly linked to the Mountaineers’ change in offensive philosophy the last two seasons. With a primary emphasis on the passing attack, the team captain has enjoyed back-to-back 4,000-plus yardage campaigns. His success in distributing the pigskin has seen West Virginia rise from the nation’s 67th-ranked passing arttack (213.00 ypg) during his sophomore campaign to wrest the sixth spot among major colleges for the 2011 season (346.85 ypg).

 

While the Mountaineers finished tenth in the nation in passing during Smith’s final season (329.85 ypg in 2012), he led a more balanced unit that rose to eleventh nationally in total offense, gaining a school season-record 500.54 yards in total offense. Along the way, he led the Big Twelve Conference and ranked fifth nationally with a 162.59 pass efficiency rating. The only other Mountaineer quarterback to attain a 160.0 pass efficiency level was Jake Kelchner (164.01 in 1993).

 

Smith lived with his mother, Tracey Sellers and his maternal grandmother, Mosetta Bratton during his childhood, in the city of Miami. Bratton cared for Smith during the day while Sellers finished her schooling. He was drawn to the game of football by his cousin, Melvin Bratton, who was a star running back at the University of Miami in the mid 1980s.

 

Smith was classified as gifted and taught an advanced curriculum emphasizing creativity and the arts, including writing stories and poetry. He acted as well, performing in his school’s production of “The Nutcracker”. In fifth grade, he won an oratorical contest reciting work by the poet Langston Hughes. He even competed in chess tournaments. However, he enjoyed sketching cartoon characters the most.

 

Smith was admitted to Norland Middle School’s magnet program, which dedicated two hours a day to arts instruction. He later attended Miramar High School, where he was coached by former West Virginia Mountaineer, Damon Cogdell.

 

Smith passed for 2,200 yards 25 touchdowns and three interceptions as a junior and was named second-team All-State, as the quarterback added All-Broward County accolades in 2007. During his senior season, he led his team to the state 6A semi-finals, completing 205 of 338 passes for 3,089 yards and 30 touchdowns while also rushing for over 300 yards to garner All-State first-team and Florida Class 6A and Player of the Year honors.

 

Rated the top player in Broward County, according to the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun Sentinel, Smith finished second in the voting for “Mr. Florida” honors that season. He would close out his career as the third-best passer in Broward County history, and was named to the ESPN Top 150 prospects list.

 

Smith enrolled at West Virginia University, seeing reserve action in five games as a true freshman in 2009. Learning the system while Jarrett Brown was playing with the first unit, the first-year player managed to throw for 309 yards and a touchdown on 32-of-49 chances (65.31%). In his collegiate debut, he hit on 5-of-8 attempts for 50 yards an an interception vs. Auburn.

 

With Brown having graduated, Smith won a heated spring battle for the starting job entering the 2010 schedule. In thirteen games, he led the Big East Conference with a 144.7 pass efficiency rating and was second in the league with an average of 229.23 yards per game in total offense. He threw for 2,763 yards, joining Marc Bulger (3,607 in 1998) as the only Mountaineers to throw for over 2,500 yards in a season.

 

Smith also completed 241-of-372 throws, the fourth-highest total by a Mountaineer, firing off 24 touchdowns vs. just seven interceptions. He would go on to earn All-Big East Conference first-team honors.

 

Prior to Smith’s junior season, West Virginia underwent a coaching overhaul, as the arrival of new head coach Dana Holgorsen and his passing-based offensive system, saw Smith’s passing numbers improve drastically. In the fourth game of the season vs. then second-ranked Louisiana State, he set then school records for completions (38), attempts (65) and passing yards (463).

 

Smith continued to torch opposing defenses throughout the 2011 schedule. With 372 passing yards vs. the Cincinnati Bearcats, he tied a Big East record (first set by by Brian Brohm of the Louisville Cardinals in 2007) with his seventh 300-yard game of the season. He would go on to set then WVU annual records for pass completions (346), attempts (526) and yards (4,385), shattering all the previous Mountaineers record that were established by Marc Bulger in 1998.

 

In West Virginia’s 70-33 rout of the Clemson Tigers at the 2012 Orange Bowl, Smith tied three individual bowl records: most touchdown passes (six), most touchdowns overall (seven) and total points (42). His 401 yards passing broke Tom Brady’s Orange Bowl record of 396 that he set in 2000. Named the game’s MVP, he also became the Big East single season passing leader (with 4,379 yards), breaking Brian Brohm’s record that he set in 2007.

 

The 2012 campaign would see Smith equal or better all the season marks he set in 2011. With his performance vs. the Marshall Thundering Herd (32-of-36 passes, 323 yards, four touchdowns) on opening day, he became the school’s all-time leader for career completions and touchdown passes, passing Marc Bulger’s totals from 1996-1999. In his game (34-of-39, 411 yards, five scores) vs. James Madison (second game of the year), Smith became the all-time leader for career passing yards, passing Bulger’s total of 8,191 yards.

 

The Mountaineers struggled the second half of the 2012 schedule as a new member of the Big Twelve Conference, but the senior quarterback would finish second in the league in pass efficiency (seventh nationally with a 164.49 rating) And total offense (average of 336.08 yards per game finished eighth in the FBS ranks).

 

In his final regular season game, Smith completed 23-of-24 passes for 407 yards and three touchdowns in West Virginia’s 59–10 victory vs. Kansas. He set the WVU consecutive pass completions record with 21, spanning the first fourth quarters, and broke the Big Twelve record of 20, previously held by Missouri’s Chase Daniel in 2008. Smith’s completion percentage of 95.8 tied the NCAA record (min. 20 attempts) and also set a conference mark.

 

CAREER NOTES

Smith appeared in 44 games for the Mountaineers, starting his final 39 contests…He set school career-records by completing 988-of-1,465 passes (67.44%) for 11,662 yards, 98 touchdowns and just 21 interceptions, scoring four more times on the ground, as he amassed 12,004 yards of total offense (272.82 ypg) on 1,710 plays (7.02 avg)…The only other Mountaineer to throw for over 8,000 yards in a career was Marc Bulger (8,153; 1996-99)…He also topped Bulger’s old school records of 1,023 pass attempts, 630 completions and 59 touchdown tosses…His pass efficiency rating of 153.71 marked the only time a Mountaineer attained a rating above 150.0 (old record was 148.42 by Jake Kelchner; 1992-93)…His pass completion percentage of .6744 fell just short of the school all-time mark of .6480 by Pat White (2005-08)…White’s 103 touchdowns responsible for are one more than Smith’s 102 on the WVU career-record chart…Smith’s interception avoidance mark of 1.43% (21-of-1,465 throws) shattered the old school record of 2.79% by Jeff Hostetler (1982-83)…The Mountaineers have seen their quarterbacks throw for over 400 yards just ten times during their history, with Smith reaching that level seven times, including a record 656 yards vs. Baylor in 2012…For his career, he has thrown for 300 or more yards seventeen times, 400 or more yards seven times and more than 600 yards once.

 

2012 SEASON

Named a finalist for the Manning Award and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, Smith was also a semi-finalist for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award and the Maxwell

Award…The senior was selected All-Big Twelve Conference second-team by the league’s coaches and Associated Press, as the team captain and Most Valuable Player led a unit that ranked 11th in the nation and fourth in the conference with an average of 500.54 yards per game in total offense…Smith connected on a school season-record 369-of-518 passes (71.24%) for 4,205 yards, 42 touchdowns and just six interceptions, adding two more scores rushing, en route to amassing 4,356 yards of total offense on 584 plays (336.08 ypg)…The senior threw for over 300 yards seven times, including a record-shattering 656 yards and eight touchdowns on 45-of-51 attempts (88.24%) vs. Baylor…His completion percentage of .7124 was second-best in the nation and broke his own school season-record of .6578 from the previous season…His 4,205 aerial yards fell just short of his 2011 WVU record 4,385-yard performance…The only other passer to throw for over 3,500 yards in a season at West Virginia was Marc Bulger (3,607 in 1998)…His 369 pass completions topped Smith’s own school record of 346 in 2011…His 518 pass attempts place second on the school annual record chart behind his 2011 total of 526…Smith’s 42 touchdown passes surpassed his then school-record tying 31 set in 2011 (Bulger also threw for 31 scores in 1998)…Established a WVU game-record when he completed 21 consecutive passes vs. Kansas, as his completion percentage (95.8) in that game tied the NCAA

record (minimum of 20 pass attempts) that was first set by Tennessee’s Tee Martin vs. South Carolina in 1998…His pass completion percentage of .889 (32-of-36) vs. Marshall was the best performance by an NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision player since 2000 (Hawaii’s Colt Brennan had the previous best mark of .840 on 42-of-50 attempts vs. Washington in 2007)…Set the NCAA game-records with 656 yards passing and 687 yards of total offense vs. the Baylor Bears, as his eight scoring strikes in that clash set another school game mark…His 45 pass completions vs. James Madison are a school game-record…Prior to an interception to open the third quarter vs. Kansas State, Smith had set the NCAA season record for the most pass attempts without an interception at 272, breaking Trent Dilfer’s (Fresno State) record of 271, set in 1993.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2011 SEASON

Smith received All-Big East Conference first-team honors, adding league Player of the Week accolades four times, as he threw for a school season-record 4,385 yards, completing 346-of-526 attempts (65.78%) for 31 touchdowns and seven interceptions, adding two scores rushing while piling up 4,352 yards in total offense (led the league and ranked eighth in the nation with an average of 334.77 yards per game)…The Orange Bowl Most Valuable Player threw for over 300 yards eight times, including 400-yard efforts vs. Louisiana State (463 on 38-of-65 tries), Connecticut (450 and four touchdowns), Louisville (410 and three scores) and in the Orange Bowl vs. Clemson (32-of-43 for 407 yards and six touchdowns)…Set or tied 21 WVU single-game, season or career records, as he also established five Orange Bowl records and four school bowl records, in addition to tying three NCAA all-time bowl marks…While he would go on to break most of his 2011 marks in 2012, as a junior, Smith set the then school record and broke the Big East mark with 4,385 yards passing…His 31 touchdowns tied the previous WVU record set by Marc Bulger in 1998…Set school touchdowns-responsible-for season record with 33 and ranked fifth in the nation with an average of 337.31 yards passing per game…Finished with four 400-yard passing games on the season and established a new league annual mark with eight 300-yard passing performances…In the Orange Bowl contest vs. the Clemson Tigers, Smith went 32-for-43, gaining 407 yards, as he accounted for seven touchdowns (six passing, one rush) in a 70-33 victory. His six passing touchdowns tied the WVU record, first set by Marc Bulger vs. Pittsburgh in 1998 and also set a BCS and Orange Bowl record. His 407 passing yards set Orange Bowl record, as did his 433 yards of total offense. He also set Orange Bowl records for touchdowns responsible for (7) and points responsible for (42).

 

2010 SEASON

Smith started all thirteen games, receiving All-Big East Conference first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and ESPN.com, as the league’s coaches chose him for their second-team unit…Completed 241-of-372 passes (64.78%) for 2,763 yards, 24 touchdowns and only seven interceptions…Ranked fourth on the team with 217 yards on 106 carries (2.05 ypc), as he finished second in the Big East with 2,980 yards in total offense (229.23 ypg)…

Led the league with a 144.70 pass efficiency rating (17th nationally), as he averaged just one interception every 53.1 attempts…Became the second WVU quarterback to throw for at least 2,500 yards in a season, joining Marc Bulger (3,607 yards in 1998)…Passed for over 300 yards twice (316 vs. Marshall and 352 vs. Rutgers), as the Big East Offensive Champion fired four touchdown passes in each of the Maryland and Cincinnati clashes.

 

2009 SEASON

Smith appeared in five games as a reserve quarterback, seeing limited action vs. Auburn, Syracuse, Marshall, Louisville and Florida State…Completed 32-of-49 passes (65.31%) 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-of-21 passes for 147 yards, a touchdown and a long of 33.

 

INJURY REPORT

No major injuries reported.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.75 in the 40-yard dash…1.62 10-yard dash…2.69 20-yard dash…4.13 20-yard shuttle…

6.73 three-cone drill…32 ½-inch vertical jump…9’4” broad jump…32 1/8-inch arm length… 9 7/8-inch hands…75 5/8-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

The Miami native attended Miramar (Fla.) High School, where he played football for former West Virginia Mountaineer, Damon Cogdell at the school…Named to the Parade and EA Sports All-American teams, Smith finished second in the voting for “Mr. Florida” honors in 2008…The Florida Class 6A All-State first-team choice added Sun Sentinel Florida Class 6A Player of the Year accolades as a senior…Participated in the “Elite 11” football camp in California…Rated among ESPN’s Top 150 prospects, the top ranked player in Broward County (according to the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun Sentinel) led Miramar High to an 8-2 record and a fifth-place ranking in Broward County (by the Sun-Sentinel), as he completed 205-of-308 passes for 3,089 yards and 32 touchdowns and rushed for more than 300 yards during his final season…Passed for 2,200 yards 25 touchdowns and three interceptions as a junior and was named second-team All-State, as the quarterback added All-Broward County accolades in 2007…Finished his career as the third-best passer in Broward County history, as the Orlando Sentinel All-Southern Team choice was also a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100 and Miami Herald Top 100 (No. 3) Florida prospects lists.

 

PERSONAL

Smith is an English major…One of four children of Tracey Sellers and Geno Smith, Jr., he was born Eugene Cyril Smith…At age four, he moved to Miami and was raised by his maternal grandmother, Mosetta Bratton during his childhood… Smith was classified as gifted and taught an advanced curriculum emphasizing creativity and the arts, including writing stories and poetry. He acted as well, performing in his school’s production of “The Nutcracker”. In fifth grade, he won an oratorical contest reciting work by the poet, Langston Hughes. He even competed in chess tournaments and enjoys sketching cartoon characters the most…Smith’s cousin is former University of Miami tailback Melvin Bratton (1985-88), who still ranks third in Hurricanes history with a total of 32 touchdowns and tied for fifth with 26 rushing scores on the school record charts. Melvin’s four rushing touch-downs vs. Boston College in 1984 is tied for third on the UM game-record list. Bratton was selected in the seventh round (180th overall) of the 1989 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos and spent the 1989-90 campaigns in that organization…Smith was born on 10/10/90 in Miramar, Florida.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

PASSING STATISTICS
STATS ATT COMP PCT YARDS TD YD/ATT YD/CMP INT I/PCT LG GM/AVG
2009    049    032 65.31    0309  01     6.31     09.66  01  2.04  58    061.80
2010    372    241 64.78    2763  24     7.43     11.46  07  1.88  71    212.54
2011    526    346 65.78    4385  31     8.34     12.67  07  1.33  84    337.31
2012    518    369 71.24    4205  42     8.12     11.40  06  1.16  87    323.46
TOTAL  1465    988 67.44  11662  98     7.96     11.80  21  1.43  87    265.05

 

RUSHING STATISTICS
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009 05 00 017      007   0.41  00    13
2010 13 13 106      217   2.05  00    29
2011 13 13 056     -033  -0.59  02    20
2012 13 13 066      151   2.29  02    30
TOTAL 44 39 245      342   1.40  04    30

 

TOTAL OFFENSE
STATS GM PLAYS PASS RUSH YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 05      066    0309      007    0316   01   4.79    063.20
2010 13      478    2763      217    2980   24   6.23    229.23
2011 13      582    4385     -033    4352   33   7.48    334.77
2012 13      584    4205      151    4356   44   7.46    336.08
TOTAL 44    1710  11662      342  12004 102   7.02    272.82

 

 

 

 

SMITH 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

Marshall 09/01/12 Marshall 69-34

Yes

8

65

0

65

1

36

32

0

323

4

0

44

388

1

0

0

6

James Madison 09/15/12 JMU 42-12

Yes

2

18

0

18

0

39

34

0

411

5

0

41

429

0

0

0

0

Maryland 09/22/12 Maryland 31-21

Yes

5

8

23

-15

0

43

30

0

338

3

0

48

323

0

0

0

0

Baylor 09/29/12 Baylor 70-63

Yes

5

34

3

31

0

51

45

0

656

8

0

56

687

0

0

0

0

Texas 10/06/12 at Texas 48-45

Yes

6

15

48

-33

0

35

25

0

268

4

0

41

235

0

0

0

0

Texas Tech 10/13/12 at TTU 14-49

Yes

2

5

0

5

0

56

30

0

278

1

0

58

283

0

0

0

0

Kansas St. 10/20/12 KSU 14-55

Yes

7

12

27

-15

0

32

21

2

143

1

0

39

128

0

0

0

0

TCU 11/03/12 TCU 38-39

Yes

10

44

16

28

0

54

32

1

260

3

0

64

288

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma St. 11/10/12 at OKSU 34-55

Yes

8

19

20

-1

1

54

36

0

364

2

0

62

363

1

0

0

6

Oklahoma 11/17/12 Oklahoma 49-50

Yes

4

52

0

52

0

35

20

2

320

4

0

39

372

0

2

0

0

Iowa St. 11/23/12 at ISU 31-24

Yes

2

17

2

15

0

31

22

0

236

2

0

33

251

0

0

0

0

Kansas 12/01/12 Kansas 59-10

Yes

4

12

7

5

0

24

23

1

407

3

0

28

412

0

0

0

0

Syracuse 12/29/12 Syracuse 14-38

Yes

3

0

4

-4

0

28

19

0

201

2

0

31

197

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

66

301

150

151

2

518

369

6

4205

42

0

584

4356

2

2

0

12

 

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

Marshall 09/04/11 Marshall 34-13

Yes

3

23

16

7

0

35

26

0

249

2

0

38

256

0

0

0

0

Norfolk St. 09/10/11 Norfolk St. 55-12

Yes

3

8

7

1

0

34

20

0

371

4

0

37

372

0

0

0

0

Maryland 09/17/11 at Maryland 37-31

Yes

3

2

13

-11

0

49

36

1

388

1

0

52

377

0

0

0

0

LSU 09/24/11 LSU 21-47

Yes

2

7

2

5

0

65

38

2

463

2

0

67

468

0

0

0

0

Bowling Green 10/01/11 BGSU 55-10

Yes

2

7

3

4

0

30

18

0

238

3

0

32

242

0

0

0

0

Connecticut 10/08/11 Connecticut 43-16

Yes

4

0

19

-19

0

45

27

0

450

4

0

49

431

0

0

0

0

Syracuse 10/21/11 at Syracuse 23-49

Yes

4

0

34

-34

0

41

24

2

338

2

0

45

304

0

0

0

0

Rutgers 10/29/11 at Rutgers 41-31

Yes

6

12

21

-9

1

31

20

0

218

2

0

37

209

1

0

0

6

Louisville 11/05/11 Louisville 35-38

Yes

5

26

34

-8

0

44

31

0

410

3

0

49

402

0

0

0

0

Cincinnati 11/12/11 at Cincinnati 24-21

Yes

7

10

30

-20

0

43

29

0

372

1

0

50

352

0

0

0

0

Pittsburgh 11/25/11 Pittsburgh 21-20

Yes

7

29

24

5

0

31

22

0

244

1

0

38

249

0

0

0

0

South Fla. 12/01/11 at USF 30-27

Yes

5

30

10

20

0

35

23

2

237

0

0

40

257

0

0

0

0

Clemson 01/04/12 Clemson 70-33

Yes

5

26

0

26

1

43

32

0

407

6

0

48

433

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

56

180

213

-33

2

526

346

7

4385

31

0

582

4352

2

0

0

12

 

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

Coastal Caro. 09/04/10 CCU 31-0

Yes

4

12

6

6

0

27

20

1

216

2

0

31

222

0

0

0

0

Marshall 09/10/10 at Marshall 24-21

Yes

14

60

47

13

0

45

32

0

316

1

1

59

329

0

1

1

2

Maryland 09/18/10 Maryland 31-17

Yes

5

19

25

-6

0

29

19

0

268

4

0

34

262

0

0

0

0

LSU 09/25/10 at LSU 14-20

Yes

5

13

3

10

0

29

14

1

119

2

0

34

129

0

0

0

0

UNLV 10/09/10 UNLV 49-10

Yes

5

24

5

19

0

16

12

0

220

3

0

21

239

0

0

0

0

South Fla. 10/14/10 South Fla. 20-6

Yes

5

15

22

-7

0

31

24

0

219

2

0

36

212

0

0

0

0

Syracuse 10/23/10 Syracuse 14-19

Yes

6

11

32

-21

0

37

20

3

178

1

0

43

157

0

0

0

0

Connecticut 10/29/10 at Connecticut 13-16

Yes

15

73

9

64

0

34

22

0

160

0

0

49

224

0

0

0

0

Cincinnati 11/13/10 Cincinnati 37-10

Yes

5

12

14

-2

0

25

15

1

174

4

0

30

172

0

0

0

0

Louisville 11/20/10 at Louisville 17-10

Yes

11

57

37

20

0

20

9

0

133

0

0

31

153

0

0

0

0

Pittsburgh 11/26/10 at Pittsburgh 35-10

Yes

8

27

9

18

0

12

9

0

212

3

0

20

230

0

0

0

0

Rutgers 12/04/10 Rutgers 35-14

Yes

11

57

13

44

0

28

23

0

352

1

0

39

396

0

0

0

0

N.Carolina St. 12/28/10 NCSU 7-23

Yes

12

86

27

59

0

39

22

1

196

1

0

51

255

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

106

466

249

217

0

372

241

7

2763

24

1

478

2980

0

1

1

2

 

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

Liberty 09/05/09 Liberty 33-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

East Carolina 09/12/09 ECU 35-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Auburn 09/19/09 at Auburn 30-41

Yes

1

0

2

-2

0

8

5

1

50

0

0

9

48

0

0

0

0

Colorado 10/01/09 Colorado 35-24

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Syracuse 10/10/09 at Syracuse 34-13

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

3

0

14

0

0

4

14

0

0

0

0

Marshall 10/17/09 Marshall 24-7

Yes

6

25

8

17

0

21

15

0

147

1

0

27

164

0

0

0

0

Connecticut 10/24/09 Connecticut 28-24

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

South Fla. 10/30/09 at USF 19-30

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Louisville 11/07/09 Louisville 17-9

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

6

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

Cincinnati 11/13/09 at Cincinnati 21-24

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Pittsburgh 11/27/09 Pittsburgh 19-16

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rutgers 12/05/09 at Rutgers 24-21

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Florida St. 01/01/10 at FSU 21-33

Yes

10

20

28

-8

0

15

8

0

92

0

0

25

84

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

17

45

38

7

0

49

32

1

309

1

0

66

316

0

0

0

0

 

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