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2009 Schedule/ReSultS                                                             114th REnEwAL oF thE south’s                        VIRgInIA CAVALIERs
September                                                                         oLdEst RIVALRy
5 WIllIAM ANd MARY (ESPN360.com) ......L, 14-26                                                                                                          vs.
                                                                                  • North Carolina holds a 56-53-4 advan-
12 No. 16 tcu (ESPNU) ...............................L, 14-30                     tage in the all-time series that dates back           noRth CARoLInA
19 at Southern Miss (CBS C) .........................L, 34-37                     to 1892. There is a difference in the series             tAR hEELs
October                                                                           record between the two schools because                    Game 4 • Oct. 3 • Noon
3 at North Carolina* (Raycom) ........................Noon                                                                                    Kenan Stadium
                                                                                  of the game in 1956 that North Carolina
10 INdIANA1 ...................................................TBA
17 at Maryland* ............................................................TBA   forfeited for using an ineligible player.
24 GeORGIA tech* ........................................TBA                      • The Cavaliers have faced the Tar Heels
31 duKe* ........................................................TBA              more times than any other school –
November                                                                          Virginia Tech is next at 90 games.
7 at Miami (Fla.)* ...........................................TBA
14 BOStON cOlleGe* ....................................TBA                        CAVALIERs hAVE domInAtEd sERIEs
                                                                                                                                 Record: 0-3               Record: 3-1
21 at Clemson* ................................................TBA                oF LAtE                                        ACC: 0-0                  ACC: 0-1
28 VIRGINIA tech* .......................................TBA                      • The Cavaliers have won six of the last       national Rankings:        national Rankings:
All Times Eastern; *ACC game; 1Homecomings                                        seven meetings and nine of the last 11.         AP: NR                   AP: NR
                                                                                  • UVa won 16-13 in OT last year at home.        Coaches: NR              Coaches: NR
Acc StANdINGS                                                                     • UVa used five Chris Gould field goals to
                               conference                Overall                                                                 head Coach:               head Coach:
Atlantic                         W l                     W     l                  squeak out a 22-20 win in Chapel Hill two      Al Groh                   Butch Davis
Boston College                   1    1                  3     1                  years ago.                                      uVa Record: 56-47         unC Record: 15-14
                                                                                  • UNC has not won in Charlottesville            Career Record: 82-87      Career Record: 66-34
Clemson                          1    1                  2     2                                                                  vs. unC: 7-7              vs. uVa: 0-2
NC State                         0    0                  3     1                  since 1981 (17-14), losing 14 straight
Maryland                         0    0                  1     3                  times; in that time the Cavaliers have won     gAmE dEtAILs
Wake Forest                      0    1                  2     2                  five times in Chapel Hill.                     Playing surface: Grass
Florida State                    0    1                  2     2                                                                 series vs. unC: UNC leads, 56-53-4
                                                                                  thE south’s oLdEst RIVALRy                     television: Raycom
coastal                           W          l           W          l             • This is the 114th meeting in the long         P-b-P: Steve Martin
Virginia Tech                     1          0           3          1                                                             Analyst: Rick ‘Doc’ Walker
                                                                                  history of the Virginia-North Carolina
Georgia Tech                      2          1           3          1                                                             sidelines: Mike Hogewood
Miami                             2          1           2          1             series, the South’s oldest rivalry.            Radio: Virginia Sports Network
Duke                              0          0           2          2             • The rivalry is tied for the fifth longest     P-b-P: Dave Koehn
Virginia                          0          0           0          3             in Football Bowl Subdivision history and        Analyst: Frank Quayle
North Carolina                    0          1           3          1             was the seventh series in NCAA Football         sidelines: Chris Slade
                                                                                  Bowl Subdivision history to reach 100          satellite Radio: XM Radio 190, Sirius 211
Other Games in the Acc
                                                                                  meetings with the 1995 game.                   school websites: VirginiaSports.com,
Saturday, Oct. 3
Virginia at North Carolina ........................................ Noon          • The two schools have met every season         TarHeelBlue.com
Clemson at Maryland .............................................. Noon           since 1919 and there have been only
Virginia Tech at Duke ............................................... Noon                                                       FIVE thIngs you nEEd to know
                                                                                  four seasons since 1900 when they did
Florida State at Boston College..........................3:30 p.m.                                                               • Virginia has won six of its last seven
                                                                                  not meet (1906, 1909 and 1917-18, when         games against North Carolina.
NC State at Wake Forest.....................................3:30 p.m.
Georgia Tech at Mississippi State .......................7:30 p.m.                football was postponed at both schools         • Jameel Sewell had 23 rushes at Southern
Oklahoma at Miami................................................8 p.m.           because of World War I).                       Miss – second most in school history for a
                                                                                                                                 QB and most since 1942.
AthletIcS MedIA RelAtIONS                                                         LongEst sERIEs In Fbs hIstoRy                  • Sewell was in on a school-record 69 plays
Asst. Ad for Media Relations: Jim Daves                                           teams                  games 1st game          at USM, topping the previous mark of 64,
  Office: (434) 243-2467                                                                                                         set by Matt Schaub in 2002 vs. Georgia
  E-mail: jimdaves@virginia.edu
                                                                                  Minnesota/Wisconsin       118       1890
                                                                                  Missouri/Kansas           117       1891       Tech.
Primary FB contact: Vincent Briedis
                                                                                                                                 • UVa’s defense has allowed just 12 third-
  Office: (434) 982-5533                                                          Nebraska/Kansas           115       1892
  E-mail: TBA                                                                                                                    down conversions in 45 attempts (26.67%).
                                                                                  Texas/Texas A&M           115       1894       That is tied for 14th-best in the FBS.
Secondary contact: Andy Fledderjohann                                             Virginia/North Carolina 114*        1892
  Office: (434) 982-5131                                                                                                         • UVa leads the ACC in net punting (38.53).
  E-mail: fledder@virginia.edu                                                    Miami (Ohio)/Cincinnati 114*        1894       P Jimmy Howell is second in the league in
                                                                                  * includes 2009 meeting (this week)            punt average (42.26).
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                                                                                                                                       MedIA SeRVIceS
  PREss oPPoRtunItIEs                                                 wEEkLy gAmE notEs
  AL gRoh                                                             Virginia game notes will be available every        ACC InjuRy PoLICy
  Head coach Al Groh will have the following                          Monday morning at the weekly press confer-         On each Monday during the season, ACC
  media opportunities during the 2009 season:                         ence. They also can be accessed online in PDF      schools will announce any players who
                                                                      format at VirginiaSports.com. If you are inter-    are out for the season or scheduled to
                                                                                                                         have surgery.
  sundAy                                                              ested in recieving the weekly game notes via
  UVa Teleconference .................................. 8:30 p.m.     email, please contact Jim Daves.                   No other announcements regarding play-
                                                                                                                         er injuries will be made until the end of
  mondAy                                                              ACC wEEkLy sAtELLItE FEEd                          practice on Thursday or two days prior to
  Weekly Press Conference .....................11:15 a.m.             Once again this year the ACC Advanced Media        the next football game (Tuesday for
  John Paul Jones Arena Press Room                                    Office (formerly Video Services) will be pro-      Thursday game, Thursday for Saturday).
                                                                      ducing a weekly satellite feed.                    On that day, within 90 minutes of the end
  wEdnEsdAy                                                           The Atlantic Coast Conference will be provid-      of practice, injured players’ playing status
  ACC Teleconference ......................................... Noon   ing a 90-minute satellite feed every               for the next game will be announced in
                                                                      Wednesday during the 2009 ACC Football             one of five categories:
  thuRsdAy                                                            Season. The feed will consist of sound from           - Definitely will play
  UVa Teleconference ................................11:30 a.m.       head coaches and players of each school, as           - Probable
                                                                                                                            - Questionable
                                                                      well as game highlights from the previous
                                                                                                                            - Doubtful
  Contact the athletics media relations office for                    week.
                                                                                                                            - Out
  teleconference call-in numbers.
                                                                      here are the feed particulars:
  Quotes from the Monday press conference                             dates: every Wednesday during the season          CoLLEgEPREssboX.Com
  will be posted on VirginiaSports.com Monday                         time: 2:30-4 p.m. (Eastern)                       The ACC again has contracted with the FWAA
  afternoon.                                                          satellite: Galaxy 17, Transponder 24              for its web service, collegepressbox.com, a
                                                                       (KU Digital) 91 degrees West                     media web portal for ACC Football. This is a
  mondAy mEdIA LunChEon                                               downlink Freq: 12178.5 Vertical                   football-only site which assists the media,
  On each Monday during the football season,                          symbol Rate: 6.1113                               both locally and nationally, in covering ACC
  the UVa Athletics Media Relations office will                       data Rate: 8.448                                  football on a more user-friendly basis. Contact
  conduct a media luncheon, attended by head                          FEC: 3/4                                          the athletics media relations office for a pass-
  coach Al Groh and selected student-athletes.                                                                          word.
  Groh will field questions beginning at 11:15                        To contact ACC Video Services during these
  a.m. Lunch will be served at noon, and stu-                         feeds please call 336-369-1205. Microspace
  dent-athletes will begin interviews at 12:30                        can refeed (at your expense); contact them at
                                                                                                                          PRonunCIAtIon guIdE
  p.m.                                                                919-850-4565.
                                                                                                                          PLAyERs
                                                                                                                          Oday Aboushi ...................ah-BOO-shee
  PLAyER IntERVIEws                                                   ACC wEEkLy tELEConFEREnCE
                                                                                                                          Mike Ahunamba ..............ah-hoo-NOM-bah
  Players are available each Monday, depending                        The ACC Football Coaches Teleconference,
                                                                                                                          Denzel Burrell ...................burr RELL
  on class schedules. This is the best opportuni-                     featuring each of the ACC’s 12 head football
                                                                                                                          Sean Cascarano ................Cass-car-AH-no
  ty to interview players. If you have specific                       coaches, is held weekly throughout the 2009
                                                                                                                          Jared Detrick .....................DEE-trick
  player interview requests, they should be                           football season. Teleconferences will begin at
                                                                                                                          John-Kevin Dolce ............dole-SAY
  directed to Jim Daves or Vincent Briedis in the                     10:30 a.m. and conclude at 12:30 p.m. There
                                                                                                                          Ras-I Dowling ....................rahs-eye
  UVa Athletics Media Relations office by Noon                        will be a replay available of each teleconfer-
                                                                                                                          Chris Hinkebein ................hinka-BINE
  Sunday.                                                             ence on the ACC’s website—theACC.com.
                                                                                                                          Staton Jobe ........................stay-TON
                                                                                                                          Matt Leemhuis..................lee-am-HAZE
  Requested defensive players will be available                       10:30 a.m.   Frank Spaziani, Boston College
                                                                                                                          Rodney McLeod ...............mac-loud
  for telephone interviews Tuesday, while offen-                      10:40 a.m.   Dabo Swinney, Clemson
                                                                                                                          J.C. Poma.............................POE-muh
  sive players will be available Wednesday.                           10:50 a.m.   David Cutcliffe, Duke
                                                                                                                          Bill Schautz.........................shouts
                                                                      11 a.m.      Bobby Bowden, Florida State
                                                                                                                          Mikell Simpson .................mike-KELL
  No player interviews will be arranged after                         11:10 a.m.   Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech
                                                                                                                          Aaron Taliaferro ................talia-FERRO
  Wednesday during game week.                                         11:20 a.m.   Ralph Friedgen, Maryland
                                                                                                                          Joe Torchia .........................TORE-sha
                                                                      11:30 a.m.   Randy Shannon, Miami
                                                                                                                          Aaron Van Kuiken ............KEYE-ken
  PostgAmE IntERVIEws                                                 11:40 a.m.   Butch Davis, North Carolina
                                                                                                                          Ausar Walcott ....................ah -AR
  Virginia’s locker room is closed to media fol-                      11:50 a.m.   Tom O’Brien, NC State
  lowing games, both at home and on the road.                         noon         al groh, Virginia
                                                                                                                          CoAChEs
                                                                      12:10 p.m.   Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech
                                                                                                                          Wayne Lineburg ...............linn-a-burg
  Coach Groh will hold his postgame press con-                        12:20 p.m.   Jim Grobe, Wake Forest
  ference in the media room, while requested
  players will be brought to the media room to
  meet with media representatives after Groh.
  UVa athletics media relations personnel will
  take player requests during the fourth quarter
  of each game.



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  moRE on thE unC-uVA RIVALRy                    CAVALIERs hoLd unC oFFEnsE In
  • Last season, the programs played the         ChECk ...                                    CAVALIERs onE oF thREE wIth
  first overtime contest in series history,      • One of the keys to UVa’s recent success    two 2,000-yard passers
  with UVa nabbing a 16-13 win over the          has been an ability to keep the Tar Heel     • Virginia joins Baylor and SMU as the
  nationally-ranked Tar Heels.                   offense in check.                            only schools in the nation with two
  • UNC holds a 29-11-3 advantage in Cha-        • Since 1979, North Carolina has scored      players who have each thrown for at
  pel Hill; Virginia is 24-21 all-time against   more than 27 points just twice (1997,        least 2,000 yards in a season on its
  UNC in Charlottesville.                        2001). In contrast, the Tar Heels topped     roster this year.
  • Since 1982, Virginia is 19-7-1 against the   27 points seven times between 1970-78.
  Tar Heels.                                     • Also since 1979, the Tar Heels have        Virginia
                                                 managed to score more than three touch-      Jameel Sewell (2,176 - 2007)
  Last Five meetings:                            downs only twice (when they scored six       Marc Verica (2,037 - 2008)
  2008 at Virginia 16, North Carolina 13 (OT)    in 1997 and four in 2002).
  2007 Virginia 22, at North Carolina 20                                                      baylor
  2006 at Virginia 23, North Carolina 0       ... on the ground, in particular                Robert Griffin III (2,091-2008)
  2005 at North Carolina 7, Virginia 5        • North Carolina’s rushing offense is an-       Blake Szymanski (2,844 - 2007)
  2004 at Virginia 56, North Carolina 24      other telltale sign of predicting a winner.
                                              The Tar Heels have averaged 238.8 yards         smu
  VIRgInIA In ConFEREnCE oPEnERs              in their last six wins dating back to 1983      Bo Levi Mitchell (2,865 - 2008)
  • Historically the Cavaliers have struggled but have averaged just 124.6 yards in           Justin Willis (2,047 - 2006;
  in their ACC opener, but they have picked their 19 losses since then (a tie in 1984 is       2,944 - 2008)
  things up of late.                          not included).
  • Virginia is just 21-34 in the first ACC   • The Virginia defense has been even           FoRmER nFL CoAChEs squARE oFF
  game of the season, but has won its         better against the run since 1993, holding     • Former NFL head coaches Al Groh and
  opener eight of the last 11 years.          the Tar Heels to an average of 117.7 yards     Butch Davis face off for the third time in
                                              rushing per game, while winning 12 of          college Saturday.
  gRoh’s tAR hEEL ConnECtIon                  the last 16 meetings.                          • Groh is 7-4 at UVa vs. former NFL head
  • Virginia head coach Al Groh was the       • Since 1996, UNC has scored just six          coaches.
  linebackers coach at North Carolina from rushing touchdowns with two coming in             • Groh coached the New York Jets (2000),
  1973-77.                                    1997. In contrast, Virginia has scored 24      while Davis coached the Cleveland
  • While there, he coached future NFL Hall times on the ground since then.                  Browns (2001-04).
  of Famer Lawrence Taylor, among others. • In the last 13 games, UNC’s offense has          • Groh’s Cavaliers played two teams led
                                              scored 22 touchdowns, with nine com-           by former NFL coaches last year – North
  thE most oFFEnsE tyPICALLy wIns ing in two games (1997, 2002), while the                   Carolina (Davis) and USC (Pete Carroll).
  • One of the factors that can be used to    defense has scored five touchdowns (all
  predict a winner of this game is looking at on interceptions).                             groh vs. Former nFL Coaches
  the team with the most rushing yards and                                                   date       opp.      opp. Coach    Result
  total offense.                              tuRnoVERs ALso mAkE dIFFEREnCE                 10/26/02   at GT     Gailey       L, 15-23
  • Since 1940 the winning team has           • Since 1982, the Cavaliers are 14-2-1         11/22/03   GT        Gailey       W, 29-17
  outrushed the loser 53 of 66 times, with    when committing fewer turnovers than           11/20/04   at GT     Gailey       W, 30-10
  one game featuring the same yardage for the Tar Heels. (The losses occurred in             11/12/05   GT        Gailey       W, 27-17
  both. (UNC outrushed UVa, 166-58 last       1995 and 2001, while the tie was in ‘84).      9/2/06     at Pitt   Wannstedt    L, 13-38
  year).                                      • Last year, North Carolina committed          9/21/06    at GT     Gailey         L, 7-24
  • Similarly the winning team has had        three turnovers, while UVa did not turn        9/15/07    at UNC    Davis        W, 22-20
  more offense 54 times and been out-         the ball over.                                 9/22/07    GT        Gailey       W, 28-23
  gained just 13 times since 1940.            • On the other hand, North Carolina is 4-2     9/29/07    Pitt      Wannstedt    W, 44-14
                                                                                             8/30/08    USC       Carroll        L, 7-52
  • The loser has outgained the winner just when committing fewer turnovers.
                                                                                             10/18/08   UNC       Davis   W, 17-14 (OT)
  six times since 1975, but it has happened • There have been four games since 1982
  four times in the last nine years, includ-  where each team committed the same
                                                                                             ComIng out oF thE byE wEEk
  ing the last two years. (In both instances  number of miscues and Virginia has won
                                                                                             • Under head coach Al Groh, the Cava-
  above the 1956 (forfeit) and 1984 (tie)     three (1985, ‘88, 2003).
                                                                                             liers have put extra preparation time to
  games aren’t included.)
                                                                                             good use, going 9-4 after a bye week.
                                                                                             • UVa is 2-3 on the road following a bye
                                                                                             week under Groh, including a loss at
                                                                                             Duke last year following the bye.



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  twEnty CAVALIERs EARn FIRst                     both years, but was not in school last          All-time ACC Coaching tenures
  PLAyIng tImE                                    season.                                         George Welsh (UVa) ........................ 19 years
  • True freshman LaRoy Reynolds saw his          • Last year Verica started nine games in        Bobby Bowden (FSU) ..................... 18 years
  first career game action at Southern Miss.      a row in weeks 3-11 and led the team in         Frank Howard (CU) .......................... 17 years
  • He is the sixth true freshman to play for     passing with 2,037 yards, sixth-most by a       Bill Dooley (UNC) ............................. 17 years
  UVa this season.                                first-time starter.                             Earle Edwards (NCSU) .................... 17 years
  • Redshirt freshmen Kyle McCartin and           • Hall was a record-setting QB in high          Al Groh (UVa/WF)............................. 15 years
  Bill Schautz saw their first action on spe-     school and started 24 consecutive games
  cial teams, becoming the 19th and 20th          at cornerback before getting a start at         top Current ACC Coaching tenures
  UVa players to earn his first playing time      quarterback against Virginia Tech in last       Bobby Bowden (FSU) ...................18th year
  this year.                                      season’s final game, when he rushed for         Al Groh (UVa/WF)...........................15th year
  • Here is a list of the 20 players:             109 yards and two touchdowns.                   Jim Grobe (WF)............................. ninth year
     • true freshmen (6): Will Hill, Quintin                                                      Ralph Friedgen (MD) ................eighth year
  Hunter, Perry Jones, LaRoy Reynolds, Tim        AnothER RIgoRous sChEduLE                       Frank Beamer (VT) ........................sixth year
  Smith, Dominique Wallace.                       • Virginia faces one of the nation’s tough-     Tom O’Brien (NCSU) .......................fifth year
     • Redshirt freshmen (11): Landon             est schedules again this season.
  Bradley, Javaris Brown, Steve Greer, Torrey     • UVa’s 2008 schedule was second in the         total games Coached (ACC history)
  Mack, Kyle McCartin, Matt Mihalik, Aaron        Sagarin rankings and tied for ninth ac-         George Welsh (UVa) ................................ 223
  Van Kuiken, Colter Phillips, Bill Schautz,      cording to the NCAA.                            Bobby Bowden (FSU) ............................. 218
  Ausar Walcott, Devin Wallace.                   • UVa plays nine games against 2008             Bill Dooley (UNC/WF) .............................. 191
     • others (3): sophomore Matt Snyder,         bowl teams, tied for second most nation-        Earle Edwards (NCSU) ............................. 173
  juniors Patch Duda and Daniel Childress.        ally this year. Only Florida State (11) plays   Frank Howard (CU) ................................... 172
                                                  more.                                           Al Groh (UVa/WF)...................................... 169
  nInEtEEn ALso sEE FIRst RoAd tImE
  • Nine Cavaliers also played in their first     ELEVEn REtuRnIng stARtERs                       CoAChIng stAFF ChAngEs
  career road game at Southern Miss (all          • The 2009 roster features 11 returning         • Head coach Al Groh welcomes five new
  listed above except Hunter).                    starters (six on defense, five on offense).     assistant coaches to his staff this season,
  • Just over a third of the UVa players that     • Virginia has had at least 10 returning        including two who were head coaches
  competed in the game (19 of 56) were            starters every year since 1998.                 last season.
  playing on the road for the first time.         • The six returning starters on defense         • Gregg Brandon brings the spread
                                                  are the most in two years, while the five       offense to Charlottesville following six
  tRuE FREshmEn gEt ChAnCE to                     offense are the same as a year ago.             seasons as head coach at Bowling Green.
  shInE                                           • Overall UVa welcomes 36 lettermen             • A member of Groh’s first UVa staff, Ron
  • Al Groh is not afraid to use true fresh-      back, the program’s most since 2004 (38).       Prince returns as special teams coordina-
  man, as evidenced by the six he already                                                         tor after three seasons as head coach at
  has played this year.                           sIX CAPtAIns LEAd ‘09 tEAm                      Kansas State.
  • Since Groh started as UVa’s head coach        • Virginia has plenty of leaders this sea-      • Latrell Scott takes over as wide receiv-
  in 2001, 59 true freshmen have seen play-       son, with six team captains.                    ers coach after coaching at Tennessee last
  ing time for the Cavaliers.                     • It marks the most captains of any team        season.
                                                  in Virginia history (previous high was five     • Bob Trott, who has worked with Groh at
  not mAny sEnIoRs                                in 2004).                                       several stops in his coaching career, will
  • For the second year in a row, Virginia        • The captains (all seniors): OT Will Barker,   oversee the linebackers this season.
  features a roster with very few seniors.        LB Denzel Burrell, LB Aaron Clark, Nate         • Chad Wilt, who spent two seasons at
  • This 2009 roster features just 14 seniors,    Collins, CB Chris Cook and QB Vic Hall.         UVa as a graduate assistant in 2004-05,
  two more than a year ago when Virginia                                                          takes over as defensive line coach after
  was 18th in the nation in fewest seniors.       groh second in acc tenure,                      serving in the same role for three seasons
  • Virginia’s senior class this season is tied   sIXth ALL-tImE                                  at Liberty.
  for fourth fewest in the ACC; Duke has the      • Al Groh is in his 15th season as head
  fewest with nine, while Wake leads with 24.     coach at an ACC institution – second only       oh CAnAdA!
                                                  to Florida State’s Bobby Bowden (18)            • Virginia boasts three Canadians on the
  EXPERIEnCE REtuRns At qb                        among current league coaches.                   roster this season: G Austin Pasztor, OL
  • This season, the roster features three        • Groh ranks sixth all-time in length of        Hunter Steward and DE Brent Urban.
  players who have started at quarter-            service as a head coach in the ACC and          • That marks three of the five Canadians
  back—Jameel Sewell (24), Marc Verica            the men he trails could all be considered       in the ACC.
  (nine) and Vic Hall (two)                       legends in the conference’s history.            • The trio joins Duke’s Chris Rwabukamba
  • Sewell started 22-consecutive games                                                           and Maryland’s Michael Carter as resi-
  in 2006-07, leading the team in passing                                                         dents from north of the border.

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  FIVE to ComPEtE As gRAduAtE                     several times throughout the season as         schools with 1,180 games played in 119
  studEnts                                        a redshirt freshman but did not see any        seasons. UVa is ranked sixth among all
  • Five Cavaliers have already received          game action.                                   NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision teams in
  their undergraduate degrees and will be                                                        games played and 13th overall among all
  participating as graduate students this         aboushi, lillard win gold                      Division I teams.
  season.                                         wIth tEAm usA                                  • Penn (1,297) has played the most
  • The list of grad students and their un-       • Virginia freshmen Oday Aboushi and           games overall.
  dergraduate degrees include:                    Corey Lillard competed on USA Football’s
  - LB Darren Childs (sociology)                  2009 Junior National Team in the IFAF          sEwELL bACk In thE stARtIng sLot
  - LB Aaron Clark (foreign affairs)              Junior World Championship over the             • UVa QB Jameel Sewell made his first
  - QB Vic Hall (anthropology)                    summer in Canton, Ohio.                        start since 2007 against vs. TCU. He now
  - FB Rashawn Jackson (sociology)                • The U.S. took the gold medal in the          has made 24 career starts.
  - G Patrick Slebonick (government)              inaugural event.                               • He returned to the field against William
  • UVa has had 112 players play as grad          • The U.S. roster consisted of 45 student-     & Mary after not playing last season.
  students in the past 20 seasons.                athletes, ages 19 and under.                   • Sewell’s second-quarter rushing TD
                                                  • Aboushi was a key starter on the offen-      against William & Mary was his first
  wELComE bACk                                    sive line, while Lillard played extensively    scoring run since he rushed for a pair of
  • The roster features three players who         at defensive back.                             scores against Virginia Tech during the
  were not in school last year, including two                                                    2007 season.
  who played prominent roles in the team’s        yEARs sInCE ConsECutIVE LosIng
  9-4 record and Gator Bowl berth two             sEAsons (sub-.500 sEAsons)                     sEwELL sEts sChooL RECoRd FoR
  years ago.                                      • Virginia has gone 26 years since suffer-     PLAys In A gAmE
  • QB Jameel Sewell started 22 games in a        ing consecutive losing seasons (1980-82).      • Jameel Sewell was involved in a school-
  row under center in 2006-07, while lead-        • The Cavaliers’ streak is the 16th longest    record 69 plays against Southern Miss.
  ing the team in passing both years.             in the nation.                                 • He threw 46 passes and was credited
  • He is 13-10 as a starter and enters this                                                     with 23 rushes.
  season ranked ninth in school history           school           years      Last               • The previous record was 64, set by Matt
  with 3,518 yards passing.                       %Tennessee       97         1909-11            Schaub in 2002 against Georgia Tech.
  • CB Chris Cook was a mainstay in the           Ohio State       84         1922-24
  secondary in 2006-07 when he intercept-         Southern Miss    74         1933-34            sEwELL RACks uP RushEs
  ed two passes and broke up 11 more.             Arizona State    61         1946-47            • Jameel Sewell had 23 rushing attempts
  • He started 18 of 21 games he played           Alabama          51         1954-57            against Southern Miss – second most by a
  during those seasons and was in on 97           USC              47         1960-61            UVa QB in school history.
  tackles.                                        Nebraska         46         1956-61            • It was the most since Bill Dudley had 23
  • LB Darnell Carter, who appeared in            %Michigan        45         1962-63            vs. Virginia Tech on Nov. 11, 1941.
  seven games on special teams two years          Georgia          45         1961-63            • Sewell now owns two of the top four
  ago, also is back after not being in school     %Texas A&M       35         1968-73            QB rushing attempts games in UVa his-
  last season.                                    Clemson          32         1975-76            tory – he had 21 vs. TCU (fourth).
                                                  Florida State    32         1973-76
  Joseph, milstead named spring’s                 Miami (Fla.)     30         1975-77            most qb Rushes in uVa history
  most ImPRoVEd                                   Florida          29         1978-79            1. Bill Dudley (11/1/41 vs. VT) ...................24
  • Prior to the team’s annual spring             West Virginia    29         1976-79            2. jameel sewell (9/19/09 at usm) ... 23
  game, head coach Al Groh announced              %Virginia        26         1980-82            3. Bill Dudley (11/15/41 vs. Lehigh).........22
  the recipients of the Rock Weir Awards          Texas Tech       23         1979-85            4. jameel sewell (9/12/09 vs. tCu) ... 21
  representing the most improved players          %denotes losing season in 2008                 5. Shawn Moore (11/19/88 vs. MD) .........20
  during spring drills.
  • Sophomore cornerback Dom Joseph               uVA hAs PLAyEd most gAmEs oF                   sEwELL ECLIPsEs 300 yARds PAssIng
  was the most improved player on de-             Any ACC sChooL                                 • Jameel Sewell passed for a career-high
  fense, while sophomore tackle Lamar             • Virginia has played more football            312 yards vs. Southern Miss, topping his
  Milstead was tabbed the offense’s most          games than any other ACC school.               previous best of 288, set at Miami in 2007.
  improved player.                                • The Cavaliers have played 1,195 games        • Marques Hagans was the last UVa QB
  • Last season Joseph appeared in the first      in this, the 120th season of UVa football.     to throw for 300 or more yards; he tossed
  five games, including the first four, primar-   • During that time, Virginia has compiled      for 358 yards vs. Minnesota in the 2005
  ily on special teams, while missing seven       a 612-534-48 record, a winning percent-        Music City Bowl.
  games because of a shoulder injury.             age of .534.
  • Milstead was listed on the depth chart        • North Carolina ranks next among ACC


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                                                                              PAssIng gAmE shows bIg-PLAy                  FIRst two-Pt. ConVERsIon sInCE ‘03
    2009 ACC PREsEAson PoLL                                                   AbILIty                                      • UVa registered its first successful two-
    Coastal division                                                          • UVa has had long touchdown pass            point conversion since 2003 when Colter
    1. Virginia Tech (78) ....................................512
                                                                              plays in each of the last two games.         Phillips rushed for the score in the fourth
    2. Georgia Tech (9) ......................................415
    3. North Carolina ..........................................350           • Against Southern Miss, Jameel Sewell       quarter vs. TCU.
    4. Miami ..........................................................282    fired a 69-yard TD pass to Tim Smith.        • UVa’s last two-point conversion came
    5. Virginia ..........................................148                 • Against TCU, Sewell connected on a         on Sept. 27, 2003, vs. Wake Forest when
    6. Duke ............................................................120   touchdown pass to Javaris Brown.             Matt Schaub ran in for two.
                                                                              • The two passes were Virginia’s longest     • It was UVa’s first two-point attempt
    Atlantic division                                                         passing plays and passing touchdowns         since Oct. 20, 2007, at Maryland.
    1. Florida State (56) ....................................479             since 2005.
    2. Clemson (14) ............................................387           • Deyon Williams had a 90-yard TD recpe-    EXPERIEnCEd oFFEnsIVE LInE
    3. NC State (10) ............................................364
                                                                              tion against Miami on Nov. 26, 2005.        • The Cavaliers have four offensive line
    4. Wake Forest (7) ........................................295
    5. Maryland ...................................................157                                                    starters returning—RT Will Barker, RG
    6. Boston College ........................................145             youth At wIdE RECEIVER                      B.J. Cabbell, LG Austin Pasztor and C Jack
    ACC Champion: Virginia Tech (69)                                          • Youth is the buzzword for Virginia’s      Shields.
    First-place votes in parentheses                                          receivers this year.                        • This quartet has combined to make 79
                                                                              • UVa already has started three freshmen career starts, the most by a Cavalier start-
    2009 PREsEAson ALL-ACC tEAm                                               at wide receiver (Matt Snyder, Tim Smith, ing unit since 2007.
    offense                                                                   Javaris Brown).                             • Barker, a three-year starter, leads the
    QB - Russell Wilson, NC State                                             • 68 percent (34 of 50) of UVa’s receptions way with 40 career starts, second among
    RB - Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech                                         have come from underclassmen.               all ACC players.
    RB - C.J. Spiller, Clemson
                                                                              • All four Cavalier receivers on the two-   • He received second-team preseason
    WR - Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
    WR - Jacoby Ford, Clemson                                                 deep are underclassmen, with Snyder,        All-ACC recognition by Phil Steele’s Col-
    TE - Greg Boone, Virginia Tech                                            Smith and Brown joined by sophomore         lege Football Preview magazine.
    OT - Jason Fox, Miami                                                     Kris Burd.                                  • Among ACC schools only Clemson,
    OT - Anthony Castonzo, Boston College                                     • Five Cavalier freshmen have recorded      Florida State and Wake Forest return
    OG - Sergio Render, Virginia Tech                                         catches this year.                          more starters along the offensive line
    OG - Rodney Hudson, Florida State                                         • UVa had to replace its three leading      than Virginia.
    C- Matt Tennant, Boston College                                           wide receivers—Maurice Covington, Cary
    PK - Matt Bosher, Miami                                                   Koch and Kevin Ogletree—who were 1-4- hALL tAkEs on sEVERAL RoLEs
                                                                              5 in receptions last season while catching • Vic Hall filled a multitude of roles in the
    defense
    DE - Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech                                         121 passes among them.                      season opener, starting at quarterback
    DE - Willie Young, NC State                                                                                           and spending time returning kicks and
    DT - Vince Oghobaase, Duke                                                FREshmEn CombInE FoR sCoREs                 punts. He also spent a few plays in the
    DT - Marvin Austin, North Carolina                                        • Freshman WRs Javaris Brown and Tim        tailback slot.
    LB - Dekoda Watson, Florida State                                         Smith each scored TDs vs. TCU.              • Hall had a team-high 54 yards rushing
    LB - Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina                                      • It marked the first time two UVa fresh-   (eight attempts) with a 34-yard touch-
    LB - Alex Wujciak, Maryland                                               men scored touchdowns in a game since down and went 2-for-5 passing for seven
    cb - ras-i dowling, Virginia                                              Sept. 30, 2006, when Mikell Simpson and yards.
    CB - Kendric Burney, North Carolina
                                                                              Jeffrey Fitzgerald each scored in a 31-0    • A year ago he made a career-high 59
    S - Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech
    S - Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech                                         win at Duke.                                tackles to lead the team’s cornerbacks.
    P - Travis Baltz, Maryland                                                • Simpson scored on a 2-yard run and        He ranks 10th among active ACC players
                                                                              Fitzgerald on a 23-yard fumble recovery.    with 130 career stops.
    specialist: C.J. Spiller, Clemson                                         • Smith’s touchdown came as part of his     • Hall also picked off two passes last year
                                                                              first career reception.                     and led the ACC with five forced fumbles
    PREsEAson PLAyER oF yEAR (64)                                                                                         to tie the school record.
    1.   Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech............39                           buRd mAkEs bIg ImPACt
    2.   C.J. Spiller, Clemson .................................28            • Sophomore WR Kris Burd has started        tIght End REtuRns to oFFEnsE
    3.   Russell Wilson, NC State .........................16                 the year strong, with 12 receptions for     • Virginia TE Joe Torchia caught two
    4.   Christian Ponder, Florida State .............. 1
                                                                              133 yards.                                  passes against Southern Miss – the first
         Vic hall, Virginia ................................1
         Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech ........................ 1               • He had a career-high six catches for 79   receptions by a UVa TE since the last
         Riley Skinner, Wake Forest........................ 1                 yards in the Southern Miss game.            game of the 2008 season.
                                                                              • Burd is tied for eighth in the ACC in     • UVa TEs have caught 462 passes for
                                                                              receptions per game (4.0).                  5,090 yards and 39 TDs since Al Groh ar-
                                                                              • Coming into the season, Burd had          rived in 2001, by far the best figures in the
                                                                              seven catches for 65 yards in his career.   ACC in that span.

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                                                                              buCkLIng down on thIRd down
     CAREER stARts                                                            • Virginia’s defense has been tough on         notIng uVA AthLEtICs
    name, pos.             ’05/’06/’07/’08/’09 career
    Will Barker, T ..................... */12/13/12/3 ..............40        third down opportunities this year.
    Vic Hall, CB/QB....................*/0/13/12/1 ..............26           • UVa opponents have converted on just         uVA AthLEtICs FInIshEs EIghth
    Jameel Sewell, QB ................*/9/13/*/2 ..............24             12 of 45 attempts on third down.               In dIRECtoRs’ CuP
    Chris Cook, CB ...................... 1/11/7/*/3 ..............22                                                        • Virginia finished eighth in the final
    Jack Shields, C........................*/*/0/12/3 ..............15
                                                                              • That is tied for 14th best nationally.
                                                                                                                             2008-09 U.S. Sports Academy Directors’
    Matt Conrath, DE .................. */*/*/12/3 ..............15                                                          Cup competition for Division I schools.
    B.J. Cabbell, RG ......................*/*/0/12/2 ..............14        dEFEnsE LEARns on thE job                      • It was the 16th-consecutive year (since
    Ras-I Dowling, CB ................... */*/2/9/3 ..............14          • Six Virginia defensive starters have nine
    Denzel Burrell, LB ................ */0/0/11/3 ..............14                                                          program’s inception) that UVa has
    Staton Jobe, WR ....................*/*/12/0/0 ..............12
                                                                              or fewer career starts, with three making      recorded a top-30 finish.
    Corey Mosley, S ........................*/*/*/9/3 ..............12        their first starts this year.                  • UVa is one of 15 schools to rank in the
    Austin Pasztor, LG ....................*/*/*/8/3 ..............11         • Steve Greer, Cam Jenkins and Rodney          top 30 of the final Directors’ Cup standings
    Marc Verica, QB ....................... */*/0/9/0 ................ 9      McLeod each have made their first career       in all 16 years of the program’s existence.
    Nate Collins, NT .......................*/1/0/5/3 ................ 9                                                     • Teams or individuals in 20 of Virginia’s
    Nick Jenkins, NT .......................*/*/*/6/3 ................ 9
                                                                              starts this year.
                                                                              • Nate Collins and Nate Jenkins each           25 athletics programs advanced to post-
    Mikell Simpson, TB .................*/0/4/1/1 ................ 6
                                                                                                                             season competition in 2008-09.
    Rashawn Jackson, FB ............*/0/2/2/2 ................ 6              have nine career starts.
    Darren Childs, LB ....................*/0/0/2/3 ................ 5        • Seniors Darren Childs (five career starts)
    Mike Parker, CB ........................ */*/3/2/0 ................ 5                                                    2008-09 uVa athletics highlights
    Joe Torchia, TE.......................... */*/0/2/2 ................ 4
                                                                              also has worked his way into the starting      • Virginia won six ACC championships,
    Aaron Clark, LB ....................... 0/0/0/1/2 ................ 3      lineup this year.                              the most of any league member (men’s
    Kris Burd, WR .............................*/*/*/0/3 ................ 3                                                  cross country, men’s and women’s swim-
    Landon Bradley, LT ..................*/*/*/0/3 ................ 3         mosLEy PACks A PunCh At sAFEty                 ming and diving, men’s tennis, men’s
    Matt Snyder, WR.......................*/*/*/0/3 ................ 3                                                       outdoor track and field, baseball).
    Steve Greer, LB.......................... */*/*/*/3 ................ 3
                                                                              • Sophomore S Corey Mosley is off to a
                                                                              good start, tied for the team lead with 24     • A total of 89 Cavalier student-athletes
    Rodney McLeod, S...................*/*/*/0/3 ................ 3
    Brandon Woods, S ..................*/0/0/3/0 ................ 3           tackles.                                       earned All-ACC honors in 2008-09.
    Javaris Brown, WR ................... */*/*/*/2 ................ 2                                                       • Virginia had 62 student-athletes named
                                                                              • Against Southern Miss, he recorded his
    Tim Smith, WR .......................... */*/*/*/2 ................ 2                                                    to All-America teams.
    Chase Minnifield, CB ..............*/*/*/1/0 ................ 1
                                                                              first career interception and also forced a    • The baseball team advanced to the
    Isaac Cain, RG ........................... */*/0/0/1 ................ 1   fumble.                                        College World Series for the first time
    Cam Johnson, LB .....................*/*/*/0/1 ................ 1                                                        after winning its first Regional (Irvine,
    * did not play                                                            gREER wAstEs no tImE At Lb                     Calif.) and Super Regional (Oxford, Miss.).
                                                                              • Redshirt freshman ILB Steve Greer is         • Dominic Inglot and Michael Shabaz
  • The Cavaliers’ returning tight ends have                                  tied for the team lead with 24 tackles this    became the first doubles team from the
                                                                                                                             ACC to win the NCAA Men’s Tennis
  just four career starts combined – all by                                   year.
                                                                                                                             Doubles Championship.
  Torchia.                                                                    • He posted 10 tackles in his first playing    • The men’s tennis team went 32-1,
                                                                              time at Virginia against William & Mary.       reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA
                              yrs.            Rec.       yards        td      • Greer is the first UVa freshman to record    Championships and also won the
  Patrick Estes               2001-04         28         252          2       10 tackles since Antonio Appleby did so        Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Men’s
  Chris Luzar                 2001            33         380          0
                                                                              in the 2005 Music City Bowl.                   National Team Indoor Championship for
  Heath Miller                2002-04         144        1703         20                                                     the second-consecutive year.
  Tom Santi                   2004-07         97         1184         6
                                                                              • Greer followed up that effort with an
                                                                              eight-tackle day against TCU and six at        • The women’s golf team had its best fin-
  Jonathan Stupar             2004-07         80         803          3                                                      ish at the NCAA Championships (eighth).
  John Phillips               2005-08         69         670          5       Southern Miss, including his first career
                                                                                                                              • Ryan Foster became the first Cavalier
                                                                              sack.                                          to win the men’s individual title at the
  sImPson REtuRns to ACtIon                                                                                                  ACC Cross Country Championships.
  • Senior tailback Mikell Simpson re-                                        mInnIFIELd mAkEs hIs mARk                      • The men’s lacrosse team reached the
  turned to the field against William & Mary                                  • With Chris Cook missing all but one          semifinals of the NCAA Championships.
  and had five carries for 32 yards and a                                     play of the Southern Miss game with an          • The women’s rowing team finished
                                                                              injury, Chase Minnifield filled in well at     fourth at the NCAA Championships and
  team-high six reception (28 yards).
                                                                              cornerback.                                    the Cavaliers’ Varsity Eight finished sec-
  • Simpson missed the final three games                                                                                     ond in that event.
  last year because of injury; he had 262                                     • Minnifield recorded a career-high 10         • The men’s swimming and diving team
  rushing yards and 15 receptions.                                            tackles (eight solo, one for loss).            finished ninth at the 2009 NCAA
  • In 2007 he rushed for 570 yards and                                       • He also broke up a pass and recorded a       Championships, the best finish for the
  caught 43 passes for 402 yards.                                             fumble recovery.                               Cavaliers in the history of the program.
  • His 12 career rushing touchdowns are                                      • Minnifield also returned punts and had       The UVa women were 12th at NCAAs.
                                                                              one kickoff return.                            • Yemi Ayeni became the first Cavalier to
  eighth among active ACC players, while
                                                                                                                             win an NCAA track and field regional title
  his 67 receptions are sixth.                                                                                               when he finished first in the discus. He
                                                                                                                             also won the ACC discus title and placed
                                                                                                                             fourth at the NCAA Championships.


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  LInEbACkERs moVE uP to stARtIng                    • The senior captain made his 22nd                   dowLIng LonE ALL-ACC REtuRnEE
  RoLEs                                              career start at Southern Miss – third most           • Junior cornerback Ras-I Dowling is
  • Linebacker was a big question mark               on the team.                                         UVa’s only returning All-ACC player this
  heading into the year, but UVa’s new crew          • He has been UVa’s best kick returner               season (among the six named last year).
  has stepped up well.                               as well, averaging 20.2 yards per return,            • He was a second-team all-conference
  • LBs Steve Greer (24) and Darren Childs           including a career-best 28-yard return vs.           choice and is one of only six returning
  (21) are two of UVa’s top three tacklers.          TCU.                                                 first- or second-team players returning
  • Childs led the Cavaliers with a career-                                                               this year (joins North Carolina’s Kendric
  high 12 tackles vs. TCU, while Greer (10)          nEw tACkLE LEAdER AssuREd                            Burney as the only cornerbacks).
  and LB Denzel Burrell (7) were UVa’s top           • There is sure to be a new face leading             • Dowling was named a second-team
  two tacklers vs. William & Mary.                   the team in tackling this season follow-             preseason All-American this year by Phil
  • UVa lost starters Jon Copper, Antonio            ing the graduation of ILB Jon Copper, the            Steele’s College Football Preview, as well
  Appleby and Clint Sintim to graduation.            team’s leading tackler the previous three            as being a first-team All-ACC choice by
  The trio combined for 123 starts.                  seasons.                                             the magazine.
  • They combined for 243 tackles last year          • In fact, Virginia’s top-four tacklers,             • Dowling has led the team in intercep-
  – nearly 30 percent of UVa’s entire tackle         including LBs Antonio Appleby (second)               tions and pass break-ups his first two
  total in 2008.                                     and Clint Sintim (third) and S Byron                 seasons, including three interceptions
                                                     Glaspy (fourth), graduated.                          and 11 PBUs in 2008.
  Cook mAkEs bIg REtuRn                              • Still, 12 of the 17 players who finished
  • After missing last season, Chris Cook            with at least 15 tackles last fall are back.         doubLE tRoubLE In sECondARy
  has returned to the field and played well.         • The team’s leading returning tackler is            • With the return of CB Chris Cook as well
  • Cook made an acrobatic interception              Vic Hall, who is now at quarterback; he              as Dowling, Virginia has one of the top
  – his fourth career pick – and had five            was in on a career-high 59 tackles in 2008.          cornerback tandems in the ACC.
  tackles against William & Mary.                                                                         • The two have combined for nine career
                                                                                                          interceptions, 34 passes broken up and
                                                                                                          11.5 tackles for loss between them.
                                                                                                          • Cook had his fourth career INT vs. W&M.
    nAtIonAL PoLLs (sEPt. 27)
                                                                                                          • Dowling tied for 11th nationally in
    AssoCIAtEd PREss                                 usA todAy                                            passes defended last year and had three
                            Record        Points                              Record       Points         picks last year.
    1. Florida (55)         4-0           1490       1. Florida (58)          4-0          1474
    2. Texas (1)            4-0           1420       2. Texas (1)             4-0          1410
    3. Alabama (4)          4-0           1400       3. Alabama               4-0          1364           uVA sECond In shutouts sInCE ‘01
    4. LSU                  4-0           1225       4. LSU                   4-0          1226           • Virginia is second in the ACC in shut-
    5. Boise State          4-0           1203       5. Boise State           4-0          1144           outs since 2001, Al Groh’s first year at UVa.
    6. Virginia tech        3-1           1190       6. Virginia tech         3-1          1091
    7. USC                  3-1           998
                                                                                                          • The Cavaliers have nine shutouts,
                                                     7. USC                   3-1          1081
    8. Oklahoma             2-1           979        8. Oklahoma              2-1          1055           second only to Virginia Tech, which has 13
    9. Ohio State           3-1           957        9. Ohio State            3-1          1036           since 2001.
    10. Cincinnati          4-0           946        10. tcu                  3-0          928            • Boston College (eight) and Miami (five)
    11. tcu                 3-0           896        11. Cincinnati           4-0          848
    12. Houston             3-0           844
                                                                                                          are the only other schools with more than
                                                     12. Oklahoma State       3-1          665
    13. Iowa                4-0           788        13. Penn State           3-1          627            four shutouts in the last eight seasons.
    14. Oklahoma State      3-1           591        14. Georgia              3-1          616
    15. Penn State          3-1           470        15. Houston              3-0          539            uVA AVoIds homE shutouts As
    16. Oregon              3-1           462        16. Kansas               4-0          508
    17. miami (FL)          2-1           452
                                                                                                          wELL
                                                     17. Iowa                 4-0          462
    18. Kansas              4-0           418        18. Mississippi          2-1          424            • Virginia has not been shut out at home
    18. Georgia             3-1           418        19. California           3-1          356            since 1984 – a span of 152 games.
    20. Brigham Young       3-1           349        20. Michigan             4-0          304            • UVa’s last shutout at home was a 55-0
    21. Mississippi         2-1           340        21. miami (Fl)           2-1          298
    22. Michigan            4-0           271
                                                                                                          blanking by Clemson on Sept. 8, 1984.
                                                     21. Brigham Young        3-1          298
    23. Nebraska            3-1           256        23. Missouri             4-0          295
    24. California          3-1           206        24. Nebraska             3-1          242            sPECIAL tEAms Look to REbound
    25. georgia tech        3-1           185        25. Oregon               3-1          198            • UVa allowed a touchdown on a kickoff
    others receiving votes: Missouri 175, Auburn
                                                                                                          return for the first time in seven years
                                                     others receiving votes: georgia tech 186,
    171, South Carolina 154, South Florida 145,      South Florida 117, Auburn 103, South Carolina        against Southern Miss.
    UCLA 41, Utah 25, Wisconsin 20, Notre Dame       92, Wisconsin 53, Utah 40, UCLA 27, Notre Dame       • Freddie Parham’s 100-yard return tied
    7, Arizona State 4, Stanford 2, north Carolina   23, Stanford 20, North Carolina State 8, north       for the longest allowed in school history
    2                                                Carolina 7, Florida State 4, Minnesota 2, Arizona
                                                                                                          (Dick Pawlewicz, William & Mary, 1974).
                                                     2, Rutgers 1, Texas A&M 1
    bold denotes 2009 Virginia opponent                                                                   • It was the first against UVa since 2002
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  took a kick back 95 yards for a score.           Derek Dooley, son of former Georgia
  • UVa gave up 244 yards on six kick re-          coach Vince Dooley
  turns, an average of 40.7 yards per kick.        • Bil Curry, Jr., son of current Georgia
                                                   State coach Bill Curry
  howELL boomIng Punts                             • Scott Griese, son of legendary NFL QB
  • Sophomore punter Jimmy Howell ranks            Bob Griese
  second in the ACC with an average of 42.3        • Rickie Peete, son of golfer Calvin Peete
  yards per kick.                                  • Yusef Jackson, son of Jesse Jackson
  • He has placed six of his 19 punts inside       • George Allen Jr., son of Rams and Red-
  the 20-yard-line.                                skins coach George Allen
  • UVa is ranked second in the ACC in net
  punting (38.5).                               uVA In ELItE hALL oF FAmE ComPAny
                                                • UVa is one of five schools – and just one
  RAndoLPh tAkEs ChARgE oF kICkIng of two BCS members – with alumni who
  • Robert Randolph has been the starting are enshrined as contributors (off-field)
  placekicker this season and hit his first     in the Pro Football and Baseball Halls of
  two field-goal attempts at Southern Miss. Fame.
  • He has hit all six of his PAT attempts this • The others are Michigan (which also
  year and is 12-for-12 in his career. He is    counts Ralph Wilson), Duquesne, Ford-
  5-for-6 career in field-goal attempts.        ham and Penn.
  • Randolph spent the offseason working
  on his leg strength (much through under- school          baseball           Football
                                                Michigan Larry MacPhail       Ralph Wilson (JD)
  water running) and also competed at an                   Branch Rickey (JD)
  elite kicking camp.                           Virginia   Bowie Kuhn (JD)    Ralph Wilson
  • UVa ranked at the bottom of the ACC in Duquesne Cumberland Posey Art Rooney
  field goals (9), attempts (15) and percent-                                 Dan Rooney
                                                Fordham Walter O’Malley (JD) Wellington Mara
  age last year (.600).                         Penn       Walter O’Malley    Bert Bell

  uVA wALk-on suCCEss
  • Virginia has had remarkable success
  with walk-ons through the years.
  • Al Groh, a walk-on himself at UVa, says
  his philosophy is to play the players who
  give the team the best chance to win.
  • Former walk-on WR Staton Jobe has
  earned a scholarship during his time at UVa.
  • Notable former UVa walk-ons include:
   - All-time leading scorer PK Connor Hughes
   - NFL Pro Bowl DE Patrick Kerney
   - NFL 1,000-yard WR Patrick Jeffers
   - Academic All-America DB Stephen Phelan
   - Two-year starting FB Kase Luzar
   - ILB Jon Copper (301 career tackles)
   - S Byron Glaspy (four-year starter)

  FAthERLy ConnECtIons
  • Two Cavaliers are sons of former NFL
  players:
  • Chase Minnifield, son of former Cleve-
  land Brown Pro Bowler Frank Minnifield
  and Jared Green, son on NFL Hall of
  Famer Darrell Green
  • They are the most recent in a long line
  of famous father-son connections at UVa.
    • Chris Long, son of NFL Hall of Fame
    lineman Howie Long
    • Current Louisiana Tech Coach/AD

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    2009 VIRgInIA oPPonEnts uPdAtE                                                                                            CAVALIER CoAChEs on thE FIELd
    opponent           Record AP Rank* this week                    next game                                                 • Ron Prince
    William and Mary 4-0         5^    W, 30-20, vs. Delaware       10/3 at Villanova                                         Special Teams Coordinator
    TCU                  3-0     11    W, 14-10, at Clemson         10/3 vs. SMU                                              • dave borbely
    at Southern Miss     3-1           L, 35-28, at Kansas          10/1 at UAB                                               Offensive Line
    at North Carolina 3-1              L, 24-7, at Georgia Tech 10/3 vs. Virginia                                             • Anthony Poindexter
    Indiana              3-1           L, 36-33, at Michigan        10/3 vs. Ohio State                                       DBs/Asst. Special Teams Coordinator
    at Maryland          1-3           L, 34-13, vs. Rutgers        10/3 vs. Clemson                                          • Latrell scott
    Georgia Tech         3-1     25    W, 24-7, vs. North Carolina 10/3 at Miss. State                                        Wide Receivers
    Duke                 2-2           W, 49-14, vs. NC Central 10/3 vs. Virginia Tech
    at Miami             2-1     17    L, 31-7, at Virginia Tech    10/3 vs. Oklahoma                                         CAVALIER CoAChEs
    Boston College       3-1           W, 27-24 (OT)vs. Wake Forest 10/3 vs. Florida State                                    In thE PREss boX
    at Clemson           2-2           L, 14-10, vs. TCU            10/3 at Maryland                                          • gregg brandon
    Virginia Tech        3-1      6    W, 31-7, vs. Miami           10/3 at Duke                                              Offensive Coordinator/QBs
    *current ranking; ^FCS ranking                                                                                            • wayne Lineburg
                                                                                                                              Running Backs
    tEn thIngs you mAy not know                    homE wIns sInCE 2001                                                       • Chad wilt
    About VIRgInIA FootbALL                        1. Maryland ...........................................41                  Defensive Line
    1. Virginia boasts seven College               2. Clemson ............................................40                  • bob Price
    Football Hall of Famers and three Pro                                                                                     Tight Ends
                                                   3. Georgia Tech ....................................39
    Football Hall of Famers.
                                                   4. Virginia...............................................38               • bob trott
    2. More than 50 Cavaliers have gone            5. Florida State.....................................37                    Linebackers
    on to the NFL under Al Groh.                   6. NC State.............................................34
                                                   7. Virginia Tech* ..................................32                  CAVALIERs In thE nFL
    3. Fourteen former Cavaliers have              8. Wake Forest......................................28                  Player (Pos.)–Last uVa season Current team
    played in the Pro Bowl.                        9. North Carolina ................................27                    Branden Albert (G)–2007.......Kansas City Chiefs
                                                   10. Boston College* .............................25                     Ronde Barber (CB)–1996...Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    4. Two former Cavaliers (James Farrior,        11. Miami* ...............................................24            Ahmad Brooks (LB)–2005 ...San Francisco 49ers
    Heath Miller) won their second Super           12. Duke ...................................................11
    Bowl last year with the Pittsburgh                                                                                     Brad Butler (T)–2005 ............................Buffalo Bills
                                                   *since joining ACC in 2004 or 2005                                      Chris Canty (DE)–2004 ............... New York Giants
    Steelers. Former Wahoo Elton Brown
    played in the Super Bowl with the              ACC FIRst-Round                                                         Angelo Crowell* (LB)–2002..Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Arizona Cardinals.                             dRAFt PICks sInCE 2002                                                  Isaiah Ekejiuba (ST)–2004......... Oakland Raiders
                                                   Miami* ........................................................21       James Farrior (LB)–1996 .......Pittsburgh Steelers
    5. Between 1913 and 1932, eight
                                                   Florida State ............................................... 8         D’Brickashaw Ferguson (T)–2005............ NY Jets
    Virginia football players received the
    prestigious Rhodes Scholarship                 Boston College* ........................................ 6              Thomas Jones (RB)–1999............... New York Jets
                                                   Virginia ......................................................... 5    Patrick Kerney (DE)–1998 ....... Seattle Seahawks
    6. Virginia has been honored 22 times          North Carolina ........................................... 4            Chris Long (DE)–2007 .................... St. Louis Rams
    by the American Football Coaches               NC State ....................................................... 4      Heath Miller (TE)–2004 .........Pittsburgh Steelers
    Association for its outstanding gradu-         Maryland ..................................................... 3        Fontel Mines* (WR)–2006............. Chicago Bears
    ation rates.                                   Virginia Tech* ............................................. 3          Eugene Monroe (OT)-2008 .....Jacksonville Jaguars
                                                   Clemson ....................................................... 2
    7. UVa has produced 27 First-Team                                                                                      Kevin Ogletree (WR)-2008 ........ Dallas Cowboys
                                                   Georgia Tech............................................... 1
    All-Americans.                                                                                                         Cedric Peerman (RB)-2008 ....Cleveland Browns
                                                   Wake Forest ................................................ 2
                                                                                                                           John Phillips (TE)- 2008 .............. Dallas Cowboys
                                                   North Carolina ........................................... 1
    8. Under Al Groh, UVa has been ranked                                                                                  Tom Santi (TE)–2007 ............... Indianapolis Colts
                                                   Duke .............................................................. 0
    32 times and reached No. 6 in 2004.                                                                                    Matt Schaub (QB)–2003 ............. Houston Texans
                                                   *joined ACC in 2004 or 2005
                                                                                                                           Clint Sintim (LB)-2008 ................ New York Giants
    9. Since 1984, Virginia has partici-
    pated in 17 bowl games, fourth-most                                                                                    Jason Snelling (RB)-2006 ............ Atlanta Falcons
    among ACC schools.                                                                                                     John St. Clair (C)–1999............Cleveland Browns
                                                                                                                           * denotes injured reserve
    10. Hall of Fame Coach Don Shula                                                                                       NOTE: rosters as of Sept. 23
    made his first coaching stop at UVa
    and was an assistant coach on the
    1958 team which went 1-9. He was in
    charge of the backfield.


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                                                                                                                                                                               CoAChIng stAFF

  hEAd CoACh                                                               • Coached in eight bowl games in
                                                                           his career                                                            thE AL gRoh FILE
  AL gRoh                                                                  • Coached in Senior Bowl and                          born:        July 13, 1944 in New York City
                                                                           Blue-Gray Game                                        Family:      Married to former Anne Stahle
  • ninth year at Virginia,                                                • Head coach at Wake Forest from                                   of Cornwall on Hudson, N.Y.;
  his alma mater (1967,                                                    1981-86, with a 26-40 record and                                   three children: Mike, Ashley Anne, Matt
  Commerce)                                                                the second-winningest coach at                        high school: Chaminade H.S., Mineola, N.Y.
  • 56-47 record at uVa                                                    the time                                              College:     University of Virginia, B.S in Commerce, 1967.
  • 34-30 in acc games                                                     • Played defensive end at Virginia                                 Earned letters in football and lacrosse.
  at uVa                                                                   from 1963-65
                                                                           • Also lettered as a defenseman on                    hIgh sChooL & CoLLEgE CoAChIng bACkgRound
  • reigning acc coach of the year                                                                                               1967       Asst. Football Coach, Albemarle High School,
                                                                           the UVa lacrosse team
  • has been a coach on the collegiate or                                                                                                   Charlottesville, Va.
                                                                                                                                 1968-69 Defensive Coach for the Plebe Team (Freshman),
  professional level since 1968                                            Professional notes                                               United States Military Academy
                                                                           • 13 years of coaching experience                     1970       Head Freshman Coach, University of Virginia
  College notes                                                            in the NFL                                            1971-72 Defensive Line Coach, University of Virginia
  • Second in UVa history in total wins                                    • 11 years of coaching experience                     1973-77 Linebackers Coach, University of North Carolina
  • Second in UVa history in conference wins                               with Bill Parcells in college and                     1978-79 Defensive Coordinator, U.S. Air Force Academy
                                                                                                                                 1980       Linebackers Coach, Texas Tech
  • ACC Coach of the Year in 2002 following a                              the NFL                                               1981-86 Head Football Coach, Wake Forest University
  second-place finish                                                      • Head coach of the New York Jets                                Compiled a 26-40 record in six seasons
  • AFCA Regional Coach of the Year in 2004                                in 2000 with a 9-7 record                             1988       Offensive Coordinator, University of South Carolina
  • Ten wins at Virginia over ranked teams                                 • Coached in two Super Bowls,                         2001-pres. Head Football Coach, University of Virginia
  • 3-2 bowl record at UVa                                                 (XXV, XXXI)
  • Virginia has produced 53 All-ACC selections                            • Linebackers coach with the New                      nFL CoAChIng bACkgRound
                                                                                                                                 1987       Special Teams and Tight Ends Coach,
  under Groh                                                               York Giants Super Bowl champion
                                                                                                                                            Atlanta Falcons
  • 28 Cavaliers have been selected in the NFL                             team in 1990                                          1989-90    Linebackers Coach, New York Giants
  draft and 37 others have signed NFL contracts                            • Coached in three NFL conference                     1991       Defensive Coordinator, New York Giants
  as free agents                                                           championship games and 10 play-                       1992       Linebackers Coach, Cleveland Browns
                                                                           off games                                             1993-96    Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Coach,
                                                                                                                                            New England Patriots
    hEAd CoAChEs CuRREntLy                                                 • Coached in one Pro Bowl
                                                                                                                                 1997-99    Linebackers Coach, New York Jets
    CoAChIng At thEIR ALmA mAtERs                                          • Coached Lawrence Taylor at                          2000       Head Football Coach, New York Jets
    Troy Calhoun .........................................Air Force        North Carolina in the 1970s and                                  Compiled a one-year record of 9-7
                                                                           with the New York Giants in the
    Steve Fairchild...........................Colorado State
                                                                           1980s and ‘90s
    Mark Snyder .......................................... Marshall
                                                                                                                                               do you know AL gRoh?
    Ralph Friedgen ................................... Maryland                                                                                • He was a two-sport athlete at UVa, play-
    Randy Shannon .............................. Miami (Fla.)                ACC CoAChIng VICtoRIEs                                            ing football and lacrosse
    Chris Ault .................................................. Nevada     (ALL gAmEs)                                                       • His lacrosse coach was former NCAA
    Pat Fitzgerald ..............................Northwestern                1. Bobby Bowden (FSU) ........................... 168             President, ACC Commissioner and UVa
    Charlie Weis .................................... Notre Dame             2. George Welsh (UVa).............................. 134           Athletics Director Gene Corrigan
    Mike Gundy ............................ Oklahoma State                   3. Bill Dooley (WF/UNC) .............................98           • Interestingly, one of Groh’s former co-
    Dave Wannstedt............................... Pittsburgh                 4. Danny Ford (CU) .......................................96      coaches, Bill Belichick, also was a lacrosse
                                                                                Frank Howard (CU)...................................96         player at Wesleyan – they also attended
    Doug Marrone ......................................Syracuse
                                                                             6. Al groh (uVa/wF) ...................................82         the 2007 NCAA Lacrosse finals together
    Rick Neuheisel ............................................ UCLA
                                                                             7. Bill Murray (Duke).....................................80      • He was Plebe Coach at Army under Bill
    Al groh ......................................... Virginia                                                                                 Parcells, at same time when Bob Knight
                                                                             8. Jerry Claiborne (MD) ...............................77
    Frank Beamer ................................ Virginia Tech                 Earle Edwards (MD) .................................77         coached the Black Knights and Mike
    Paul Wulff..............................Washington State                 10. Dick Crum (UNC) .....................................72       Krzyzewski played basketball there. Arthur
                                                                                                                                               Ashe also was stationed there at that time
                                                                                                                                               • He was a member of the Virginia staff
    gRoh yEAR-by-yEAR At VIRgInIA                                                                                                              when Bill Parcells’ brother, Doug, played
    year Record ACC                            Postseason                                                                                      at UVa (1972)
    2001    5-7   3-5                          –
    2002    9-5   6-2                          Continental Tire Bowl Champions (UVa 48, West Virginia 22)                                      FoRmER nFL hEAd CoAChEs on
    2003    8-5   4-4                          Continental Tire Bowl Champions (UVa 23, Pittsburgh 16)                                         CoLLEgE sIdELInEs
                                                                                                                                               Rich Brooks, Kentucky
    2004    8-4   5-3                          MPC Computers Bowl (Fresno State 37, UVa 34 OT)                                                 Pete Carroll, Southern California
    2005    7-5   3-5                          Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl (UVa 34, Minnesota 31)                                           Butch Davis, North Carolina
    2006    5-7   4-4                          –                                                                                               Dennis Erickson, Arizona State
    2007    9-4   5-3                          Konica Minolta Gator Bowl (Texas Tech 31, UVa 28)                                               al groh, Virginia
                                                                                                                                               Lane Kiffin, Tennessee
    2008    5-7   3-4                          –
                                                                                                                                               Mike Riley, Oregon State
    2009    0-3   0-0                                                                                                                          Nick Saban, Alabama
    Career 56-47 34-30                         3-2 bowl Record (ninth season)                                                                  Steve Spurrier, South Carolina


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                                                    Post-gAmE RAdIo show
    tEn FACts About uVA                             Following each Virginia football game, fans         2009 FootbALL
    1. The University of Virginia is the only
                                                    will be able to e-mail their questions to the       RAdIo AFFILIAtEs
                                                    broadcast crew at askdave@virginiasports.           Virginia football can be heard in the
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    UNESCO World Heritage Site, the universi-
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    ty was founded in 1819 by Thomas
    Jefferson.                                      wEEkLy CoACh’s RAdIo show
                                                    Cavalier fans in Virginia and across the            Blacksburg              WZFM* FM 101.3
                                                                                                        Blackstone              WKLV        AM 1440
    2. The New York Times described Virginia’s      nation can hear Virginia head football
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    from February to December 1826. He
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                                                                   2009 University of Virginia Football
                                                         Virginia Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 21, 2009)                                        2009 StAtIStIcS
                                                                               All games

        Date           Opponent                                               Score                 Att.             Record:              Overall       Home                 Away           Neutral
        Sep 05, 2009   WILLIAM & MARY                               L         14-26               54587              All games             0-3           0-2                  0-1             0-0
        Sep 12, 2009   #16 TCU                                      L         14-30               48336              Conference            0-0           0-0                  0-0            0-0
        Sep 19, 2009   at Southern Miss                             L         34-37               31170              Non-Conference        0-3           0-2                  0-1            0-0

     Rushing                gp      att     gain loss          net avg           td       lg avg/g                   Team Statistics                                   VA                      OPP
     Sewell, J               3 57           217 119            98         1.7        3   29 32.7                     FIRST DOWNS                                        44                       58
     Simpson, M              3 13            67   3            64         4.9        0   20 21.3                      Rushing                                           16                       30
     Hall, V                 1   8           55   1            54         6.8        1   34 54.0                      Passing                                           25                       23
     Wallace, Do             3 14            59 10             49         3.5        0   13 16.3                      Penalty                                            3                        5
     Jackson, R              2   8           21   4            17         2.1        0    9   8.5                    RUSHING YARDAGE                                   266                      542
     Mack, T                 3   5           12   0            12         2.4        0    4   4.0                     Rushing Attempts                                 115                      128
     Torchia, J              3   1            0   0             0         0.0        0    0   0.0                     Average Per Rush                                 2.3                      4.2
     Verica, M               1   7           11 20             -9        -1.3        0    5 -9.0                      Average Per Game                                88.7                    180.7
     TEAM                    3   2            0 19            -19        -9.5        0    0 -6.3                      TDs Rushing                                        4                        5
     Total                   3 115          442 176           266         2.3        4   34 88.7                     PASSING YARDAGE                                   569                      491
     Opponents               3 128          604 62            542         4.2        5   57 180.7                     Comp-Att-Int                                 50-98-5                  52-92-2
                                                                                                                      Average Per Pass                                 5.8                      5.3
     Passing                gp       effic comp-att-int             pct         yds      td         lg avg/g          Average Per Catch                               11.4                      9.4
     Sewell, J               3     107.66      41-81-5             50.6         512      4         69 170.7           Average Per Game                               189.7                    163.7
     Verica, M               1     101.82      7-11-0              63.6          50      0         17 50.0            TDs Passing                                        4                        3
     Hall, V                 1      51.76       2-5-0              40.0           7      0          4   7.0          TOTAL OFFENSE                                     835                     1033
     TEAM                    3       0.00       0-1-0               0.0           0      0          0   0.0           Average Per Play                                 3.9                      4.7
     Total                   3     103.06      50-98-5             51.0         569      4         69 189.7           Average Per Game                               278.3                    344.3
     Opponents               3     107.77      52-92-2             56.5         491      3         48 163.7          KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                          20-304                    9-306
                                                                                                                     PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                            8-56                     8-51
     Receiving              gp     no.       yds       avg         td         lg avg/g                               INT RETURNS: #-Yards                              2-2                     5-89
     Burd, K                 3      12      133    11.1            1      29 44.3                                    FUMBLES-LOST                                      9-5                      5-3
     Simpson, M              3       8       37     4.6            0      11 12.3                                    PENALTIES-Yards                                17-154                   26-252
     Green, J                3       7       46     6.6            0      17 15.3                                    PUNTS-AVG                                     19-42.3                  19-40.2
     Mack, T                 3       6       38     6.3            0      15 12.7                                    TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                         27:30                    32:30
     Brown, J                3       5      113    22.6            1      56 37.7                                    3RD-DOWN Conversions                            16/49                    12/45
     Smith, T                2       4      102    25.5            2      69 51.0                                    4TH-DOWN Conversions                              0/6                      1/1
     Jackson, R              2       3       44    14.7            0      28 22.0
     Torchia, J              3       2       27    13.5            0      15   9.0                                   Interceptions            no.      yds avg          td       lg
     Hunter, Q               2       1       13    13.0            0      13   6.5                                   Cook, C                      1         0 0.0       0        0
     Horne, R                2       1       13    13.0            0      13   6.5                                   Mosley, C                    1         2 2.0       0        2
     Snyder, M               3       1        3     3.0            0       3   1.0
     Total                   3      50      569    11.4            4      69 189.7                                   Punting                 no. yds avg           lg    tb      fc i20 50+ blk
     Opponents               3      52      491     9.4            3      48 163.7                                   Howell, J               19 803 42.3 52                  1   4      6    3      0
     Field Goals              fg          pct. 01-19    20-29       30-39       40-49     50-99            lg blk    Punt Returns             no.      yds avg          td       lg
     Randolph, R              2-2 100.0 0-0              1-1            1-1      0-0          0-0        34      0   Minnifield, C                4      7    1.8       0         3
                                                                                                                     Hall, V                      3     14    4.7       0        10
                                                               PAT                                                   Brown, J                     1      1    1.0       0         1
     Scoring                  td     fg         kick         rush rcv pass dxp saf                         pts       Dowling, R                   0     34    0.0       0        34
     Sewell, J                3 -                 -           -           -      -            -      -     18        Total                        8     56    7.0       0        34
     Smith, T                 2 -                 -           -           -      -            -      -     12        Opponents                    8     51    6.4       0        22
     Randolph, R              - 2-2             6-6          0-1          -      -            -      -     12
     Brown, J                 1 -                 -           -           -      -            -      -      6        Kick Returns             no.      yds avg          td       lg
     Hall, V                  1 -                 -           -           -      -            -      -      6        Jones, P                  5        96   19.2       0 34
     Burd, K                  1 -                 -           -           -      -            -      -      6        Cook, C                   5       101   20.2       0 28
     Phillips, C              - -                 -          1-1          -      -            -      -      2        Mack, T                   2        29   14.5       0 15
     Total                    8 2-2             6-6          1-2          -      -            -      -     62        Mosley, C                 2        29   14.5       0 15
     Opponents               10 8-11            9-10          -           -      -            -      -     93        Clark, A                  1         0    0.0       0   0
                                                                                                                     Simpson, M                1        15   15.0       0 15
                                                                                                                     Slebonick, P              1        -2   -2.0       0   0
                                                                                                                     Jackson, R                1        13   13.0       0 13
                                                                                                                     Hall, V                   1         5    5.0       0   5
                                                                                                                     Minnifield, C             1        18   18.0       0 18
                                                                                                                     Total                    20       304   15.2       0 34
                                                                                                                     Opponents                 9       306   34.0       1 100
                                                                                                                     All Purpose      g    rush       rcv     pr        kr       ir     total avg/g
                                                                                                                     Burd, K          3       0       133      0   0              0 133 44.3
                                                                                                                     Simpson, M       3      64        37      0 15               0 116 38.7
                                                                                                                     Brown, J         3       0       113      1   0              0 114 38.0
                                                                                                                     Smith, T         2       0       102      0   0              0 102 51.0
                                                                                                                     Cook, C          3       0         0      0 101              0 101 33.7
                                                                                                                     Total            3     266       569     56 304              2 1197 399.0
                                                                                                                     Opponents        3     542       491     51 306             89 1479 493.0
                                                                                                                     Total Offense            g plays        rush       pass          total avg/g
                                                                                                                     Sewell, J                3       138      98        512          610 203.3
                                                                                                                     Simpson, M               3        13      64          0           64 21.3
                                                                                                                     Hall, V                  1        13      54          7           61 61.0
                                                                                                                     Wallace, Do              3        14      49          0           49 16.3
                                                                                                                     Verica, M                1        18      -9         50           41 41.0
VIRgInIA Vs. noRth CARoLInA                                                                                          Total                    3       213     266        569          835 278 PAgE 13
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                                   2009 University of Virginia Football
                          Virginia Overall Team Statistics (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                                                                       2009 StAtIStIcS
                                               All games

                 Team Statistics                                           VA             OPP
                 SCORING                                                    62                93
                  Points Per Game                                        20.7              31.0
                 FIRST DOWNS                                                44                58
                  Rushing                                                   16                30
                  Pa s s i n g                                              25                23
                  Penalty                                                    3                 5
                 RUSHING YARDAGE                                          266               542
                  Yards gained rushing                                    442               604
                  Yards lost rushing                                      176                 62
                  Rushing Attempts                                        115               128
                  Average Per Rush                                         2.3              4.2
                  Average Per Game                                       88.7            180.7
                  TDs Rushing                                                4                 5
                 PASSING YARDAGE                                          569               491
                  Comp-Att-Int                                        50-98-5         52-92-2
                  Average Per Pass                                         5.8               5.3
                  Average Per Catch                                      11.4               9.4
                  Average Per Game                                      189.7            163.7
                  TDs Passing                                                4                 3
                 TOTAL OFFENSE                                            835             1033
                  Total Plays                                             213               220
                  Average Per Play                                         3.9               4.7
                  Average Per Game                                      278.3           344.3
                 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                                 20-304           9-306
                 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                                   8-56             8-51
                 INT RETURNS: #-Yards                                     2-2             5-89
                 KICK RETURN AVERAGE                                     15.2              34.0
                 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE                                       7.0               6.4
                 INT RETURN AVERAGE                                        1.0             17.8
                 FUMBLES-LOST                                             9-5               5-3
                 PENALTIES-Yards                                       17-154          26-252
                  Average Per Game                                       51.3              84.0
                 PUNTS-Yards                                           19-803          19-763
                  Average Per Punt                                       42.3              40.2
                  Net punt average                                       38.5             36.2
                 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                                27:30            32:30
                 3RD-DOWN Conversions                                   16/49            12/45
                  3rd-Down Pct                                           33%              27%
                 4TH-DOWN Conversions                                      0/6               1/1
                  4th-Down Pct                                            0%            100%
                 SACKS BY-Yards                                          5-30          13-100
                 MISC YARDS                                                  0                 0
                 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                                           8                10
                 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS                                     2-2             8-11
                 ON-SIDE KICKS                                            0-1               0-0
                 RED-ZONE SCORES                                    5-5 100%      13-13 100%
                 RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS                                 3-5 60%        6-13 46%
                 PAT-ATTEMPTS                                       6-6 100%        9-10 90%
                 ATTENDANCE                                           102923            31170
                  Games/Avg Per Game                                 2/51462          1/31170
                  Neutral Site Games                                                        0/0

                Score by Quarters          1st   2nd   3rd   4th   OT   Total
                Virginia                   20    21     7    14    0      62
                Opponents                   7    30    27    29    0      93

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                                                                                               Virginia
                                                                   All games                                                        2009 StAtIStIcS
     Rushing                  gp     att    gain loss      net avg td             lg avg/g                     Punt Returns               no.    yds avg td                lg
     Sewell, J                 3 57         217 119         98      1.7    3      29     32.7                  Minnifield, C               4      7     1.8       0         3
     Simpson, M                3 13          67   3         64      4.9    0      20     21.3                  Hall, V                     3     14     4.7       0        10
     Hall, V                   1   8         55   1         54      6.8    1      34     54.0                  Brown, J                    1      1     1.0       0         1
     Wallace, Do               3 14          59 10          49      3.5    0      13     16.3                  Dowling, R                  0     34     0.0       0        34
     Jackson, R                2   8         21   4         17      2.1    0       9      8.5                  Total                       8     56     7.0       0        34
     Mack, T                   3   5         12   0         12      2.4    0       4      4.0                  Opponents                   8     51     6.4       0        22
     Torchia, J                3   1          0   0          0      0.0    0       0      0.0
     Verica, M                 1   7         11 20          -9     -1.3    0       5     -9.0                  Interceptions              no.    yds avg td                lg
     TEAM                      3   2          0 19         -19     -9.5    0       0     -6.3                  Cook, C                     1      0     0.0       0         0
     Total                     3 115        442 176        266      2.3    4      34     88.7                  Mosley, C                   1      2     2.0       0         2
     Opponents                 3 128        604 62         542      4.2    5      57    180.7                  Total                       2      2     1.0       0         2
                                                                                                               Opponents                   5     89    17.8       1        50
     Passing                  gp      effic comp-att-int      pct         yds td        lg avg/g
     Sewell, J                 3   107.66     41-81-5       50.6          512    4      69   170.7             Kick Returns               no.    yds avg td                lg
     Verica, M                 1   101.82      7-11-0       63.6           50    0      17    50.0             Cook, C                     5     101   20.2       0 28
     Hall, V                   1    51.76       2-5-0       40.0            7    0       4     7.0             Jones, P                    5      96   19.2       0 34
     TEAM                      3     0.00       0-1-0        0.0            0    0       0     0.0             Mosley, C                   2      29   14.5       0 15
     Total                     3   103.06     50-98-5       51.0          569    4      69   189.7             Mack, T                     2      29   14.5       0 15
     Opponents                 3   107.77     52-92-2       56.5          491    3      48   163.7             Simpson, M                  1      15   15.0       0 15
                                                                                                               Clark, A                    1       0    0.0       0   0
     Receiving                gp     no.    yds    avg      td       lg avg/g                                  Jackson, R                  1      13   13.0       0 13
     Burd, K                    3 12 133 11.1       1 29 44.3                                                  Hall, V                     1       5    5.0       0   5
     Simpson, M                 3   8     37 4.6    0 11 12.3                                                  Minnifield, C               1      18   18.0       0 18
     Green, J                   3   7     46 6.6    0 17 15.3                                                  Slebonick, P                1      -2   -2.0       0   0
     Mack, T                    3   6     38 6.3    0 15 12.7                                                  Total                      20     304   15.2       0 34
     Brown, J                   3   5 113 22.6      1 56 37.7                                                  Opponents                   9     306   34.0       1 100
     Smith, T                   2   4 102 25.5      2 69 51.0
                                                  2009 University of Virginia Football
     Jackson, R                 2   3     44 14.7   0 28 22.0                      Fumble Returns       no. yds avg                                               td       lg
                                      Virginia Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 13, 2009)
     Torchia, J                 3   2     27 13.5   0 15 9.0                       Total                  0    0 0.0                                              0        0
                                                               All games
     Horne, R                   2   1     13 13.0   0 13 6.5                       Opponents              0    0 0.0                                              0        0
     Hunter, Q                  2   1     13 13.0   0 13 6.5
     Snyder, M                  3   1       3 3.0   0   3 1.0
                                                PAT
     Total                      3 50 569 11.4       4 69 189.7
   Scoring                    td fg      kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts    Total Offense          g plays rush pass                                           total avg/g
     Opponents                  3 52 491 9.4        3 48 163.7
   Hall, V                     1 -         -    -     - -     - -     6    Sewell, J              2    69   75 200                                                275      137.5
   Brown, J                    1 -         -    -     - -     - -     6    Simpson, M             2    13   64    0                                                64       32.0
   Sewell, J                   1 -         -    -     - -     - -     6    Hall, V                1    13   54    7                                                61       61.0
   Smith, T                    1 -         -    -     - -     - -     6    Verica, M              1    18   -9   50                                                41       41.0
   Phillips, C                 - -         -   1-1    - -     - -     2    Wallace, Do            2     3   14    0                                                14        7.0
   Randolph, R                 - -       2-2   0-1    - -     - -     2    Mack, T                2     3    7    0                                                 7        3.5
   Total                       4 -       2-2   1-2    - -     - - 28       Jackson, R             1     1    2    0                                                 2        2.0
   Opponents                   5 7-10    5-5    -     - -     - - 56       TEAM                   2     2 -19     0                                               -19       -9.5
                                                                           Total                  2 123 188 257                                                   445      222.5
                                                                           Opponents              2 152 328 361                                                   689      344.5


   Field Goals                fg     pct. 01-19 20-29      30-39     40-49      50-99     lg blk     Punting                   no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk
                                                                                                     Howell, J                 14 574 41.0 51          1      3        4    2      0
   FG Sequence            Virginia                         Opponents                                 Total                     14 574 41.0 51          1      3        4    2      0
   William & Mary         -                                42,43,(40),42,(26),(20),(24)              Opponents                 14 586 41.9 56          1      4        5    2      0
   TCU                    -                                (28),(25),(32)
                                                                                                     Kickoffs                  no. yds avg tb ob retn                  net ydln
   Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.                                            Randolph, R                3   193   64.3    0    0
                                                                                                     Hinkebein, C               2   140   70.0    2    0
                                                                                                     Total                      5   333   66.6    2    0 20.7 46.2              23
                                                                                                     Opponents                 13   673   51.8    0    0 13.5 38.3              31

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                                            2009 University of Virginia Football
                                  Virginia Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                                         All games

                                             Tackles                Sacks     Pass defense           Fumbles        blkd
  ##   Defensive Leaders    gp    ua     a        tot    tfl/yds   no-yds   int-yds   brup   qbh    rcv-yds    ff   kick   saf
  40   Mosley, C             3    13    11        24     1.0-1          .      1-2       .     .         .     1      .      .
  53   Greer, S              3    12    12        24    1.5-10      1.0-9        .      1      .         .      .     .      .
  49   Childs, D             3     8    13        21          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  94   Conrath, M            3     7    12        19     2.0-4      1.0-3        .      .      .         .      .     1      .
  28   McLeod, R             3    10     9        19    3.0-10          .        .      .      .         .     1      .      .
  98   Collins, N            3     6    11        17     1.0-6      1.0-6        .      .      .       1-0      .     .      .
  96   Jenkins, N            3     7    10        17      1.0-8     1.0-8        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  45   Burrell, D            3     9     6        15     1.0-4      1.0-4        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  19   Dowling, R            3    10     5        15     0.5-0          .        .      1      .       1-0     .      .      .
  56   Johnson, C            3     6     7        13    1.0-15          .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  13   Minnifield, C         3    10     3        13     1.0-2          .        .      2      .       1-0     .      .      .
  2    Cook, C               3     7     1         8     1.0-3          .      1-0      .      .         .      .     .      .
  41   Clark, A              3     5     2         7          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  92   Parr, Z               3     .     5         5          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  33   Jones, P              2     1     3         4          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  83   Torchia, J            3     2     1         3          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  23   Joseph, D             3     1     1         2          .         .        .      .      .         .     1      .      .
  3D   Duda, P               3     .     2         2          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  27   Childress, D          3     .     2         2          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  1    Womack, T             3     1     1         2          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  30   Walcott, A            3     .     2         2          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  63   Pasztor, A            3     1     .         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  9    Brown, J              3     1     .         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  18   Burd, K               3     .     1         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  14   Snyder, M             3     1     .         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  52   Taliaferro, A         3     1     .         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  17   Woods, B              3     .     1         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  59   Dolce, J              3     .     1         1          .         .        .      .      .         .      .     .      .
  42   Wallace, De           2     .     .         .          .         .        .      1      .         .      .     .      .
       Total                 3   119   122       241     14-63       5-30      2-2      5      .       3-0     3      1      .
       Opponents             3   107   120       227    25-136     13-100     5-89     11      .       5-0     1      .      .




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                                                                                                                    2009 StAtIStIcS
     gAmE-by-gAmE stARtERs
     oFFEnsE
     game        wR           Lt             Lg         C        Rg            Rt        tE/wR         qb       tb/Fb            wR        wR
     W&M         Burd       Bradley        Pasztor   Shields   Cabbell        Barker   Torchia (TE)    Hall Simpson (TB)        Snyder    Brown
     TCU         Burd       Bradley        Pasztor   Shields    Cain          Barker   Smith (WR)     Sewell Jackson (FB)       Snyder    Brown
     USM         Burd       Bradley        Pasztor   Shields   Cabbell        Barker   Torchia (TE)   Sewell Jackson (FB)       Smith     Brown
     UNC
     IND
     MD
     GT
     DUKE
     MIAMI
     BC
     CLEM
     VT

     dEFEnsE
     game        dE           nt             dE        oLb       ILb           ILb        oLb          Cb        s               Cb        s
     W&M        Collins     Jenkins        Conrath     Clark    Greer         Childs     Burrell      Cook     McLeod          Dowling   Mosley
     TCU        Collins     Jenkins        Conrath     Clark    Greer         Childs     Burrell      Cook     McLeod          Dowling   Mosley
     USM        Collins     Jenkins        Conrath   Johnson    Greer         Childs     Burrell      Cook     McLeod          Dowling   Mosley
     UNC
     IND
     MD
     GT
     DUKE
     MIAMI
     BC
     CLEM
     VT



    stAtIstICAL LEAdERs
    game                Rushing (Att.-yds-td)        Passing (C-A-I-y-td)          Receiving (yds.)           tackles total (s-A-t)
    W&M                 Hall (8-54-1)                Sewell (9-17-3-80-0)          Burd (46)                  Greer (6-4-10)
    TCU                 Sewell (21-35-0)             Sewell (8-18-1-120-2)         Brown 57)                  Childs (3-9-12)
    USM                 Do. Wallace (11-35-0)        Sewell (24-47-1-312-2)        Burd (79)                  Minnifield (9-1-10)/Collins (7-3-10)
    UNC
    IND
    MD
    GT
    DUKE
    MIAMI
    BC
    CLEM
    VT

  dRIVE AnALysIs                                                              tuRnoVER summARy
                                                  uVa       opp.                                                            uVa          opp.
  total drives started                             47        47               turnovers gained                               5            10
  times started Inside own 20                      11         8               ...led to touchdown                            0            1
  drives started in opp. territory                  7        13               ...led to field goal                           2            6
  Avg. starting Field Position                   own 31    own 40             ...led to punt                                 1            1
  “three & out”                                    18        9                ...other (end of game/half,                    2            2
                                                                                  downs, turnover, missed Fg, etc.)



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  A VIRgInIA PLAyER hAd…                                                            VIRgInIA…
  200 yards rushing: 223, Alvin Pearman vs. Duke, 2004                              scored 60 points: 62-14 vs. NC State, 1997
  150 yards rushing: 173, Cedric Peerman vs. East Carolina, 2008                    scored 50 points: 51-3 vs. Temple, 2005
  100 yards rushing: 109, Vic Hall vs. Virginia Tech, 2008                          scored 40 points: 48-0 vs. Miami, 2007
  30 carries: 30, Cedric Peerman vs. North Carolina, 2007                           scored 30 points: 34-37 at Southern Miss, 2009
  25 carries: 25, Cedric Peerman vs. Georgia Tech, 2008                             Recorded a shutout: 31-0 vs. Maryland, 2008
  4 tds rushing: 4, Wali Lundy vs. Temple, 2005                                     Recorded a shutout vs. ACC: 31-0 vs. Maryland, 2008
  3 tds rushing: 4, Wali Lundy vs. Temple, 2005
                                                                                    was shut out: by Virginia Tech, 2006 (17-0)
  2 tds rushing: 2, Jameel Sewell at Southern Miss, 2009
                                                                                    scoreless first half: vs. TCU, 2009
  3 tds rushing by a qb: 3, Shawn Moore vs. Georgia Tech, 1990
                                                                                    scoreless second half: vs. William & Mary, 2009
  2 tds rushing by a qb: 2, Jameel Sewell at Southern Miss, 2009
                                                                                    did not score a td: vs. Clemson, 2008
  qb rushed for 100 yards: 109, Vic Hall vs. Virginia Tech, 2008
                                                                                    had 300 rushing yards: 348 vs. Duke, 2004
  2 rushers with 100+ yards: Jason Snelling (126) and Wali Lundy (113) vs.
                                                                                    had 200 rushing yards: 202 vs. East Carolina, 2008
  Temple, 2005
                                                                                    had fewer than 100 rushing yards: 78 vs. Southern Miss, 2009
  2 rushers with 2 tds: Wali Lundy (4), Jason Snelling (2) vs. Temple, 2005
                                                                                    had negative yards rushing: -3 vs. Wyoming, 2007
  50+ yard run: 60 (TD), Cedric Peerman vs. East Carolina, 2008
  10+ receptions: 13, Mikell Simpson vs. Maryland, 2007                             had 200 yards passing: 312 at Southern Miss, 2009
  200 yards receiving: 234, Herman Moore vs. Georgia Tech, 1990                     had 300 yards passing: 312 at Southern Miss, 2009
  150 yards receiving: 152, Mikell Simpson vs. Maryland, 2007                       had fewer than 100 yards passing: 77 vs. Virginia Tech, 2008
  100 yards receiving: 100, Kevin Ogletree vs. Maryland, 2008                       had 600 yards of total offense: 615 vs. Buffalo, 1999
  3 tds receiving: 3, Tyrone Davis vs. Navy, 1994                                   had 500 yards of total offense: 511 vs. Duke, 2004
  2 tds receiving: 2, Tom Santi vs. Duke, 2007                                      had 400 yards of total offense: 430 vs. East Carolina, 2008
  2 receivers with 100 yards receiving: Terrence Wilkins (141) and Kevin            had fewer than 100 yards of total offense: 90 vs. Maryland, 1980
  Coffey (111) vs. Virginia Tech, 1998                                              had consecutive games, 500 yards of total offense: 2004, Temple (504),
  2 receivers with 2 tds: Ryan Sawyer (2), Heath Miller (2) vs. Wake Forest, 2002   North Carolina (549), Akron (522)
  70+ yard pass play: 90 (TD), Emmanuel Byers to Deyon Williams vs. Miami,          kicked 5 field goals: 5 vs. North Carolina, 2007
  2005                                                                              had 6 or more sacks in a game: 6 vs. Richmond, 2008
  An oL caught a pass: Elton Brown vs. Florida State, 2004                          had 10 or more tFL in a game: 12 vs. Duke, 2006
  Attempted 50 passes: 55, Matt Schaub vs. NC State, 2003                           missed Extra Point kick: vs. Richmond, 2008
  Attempted 40 passes: 47, Jameel Sewell at Southern Miss, 2009                     had successful two-Point Conversion: vs. TCU, 2009
  Completed 40 passes: 41, Matt Schaub vs. NC State, 2003                           Forced 5 or more turnovers: vs. Miami, 2007
  Completed 30 passes: 32, Matt Schaub vs. Virginia Tech, 2003                      had 5 or more turnovers: 7 vs. William & Mary, 2009
  Completed 25 passes: 29, Marc Verica vs. Georgia Tech, 2008                       blocked 2 punts in a game: 2 vs. NC State, 1996
  300 yards passing: 312, Jameel Sewell at Southern Miss, 2009                      blocked 2 kicks in a game: 2 vs. Richmond, 2008
  250 yards passing: 279, Marc Verica vs. Wake Forest, 2008                         did not punt: vs. Duke, 1989
  Consecutive 300-yard passing games: Matt Schuab vs. Wake Forest (312)             had no turnovers: North Carolina, 2008
  and Duke (315), 2002                                                              overtime game: Miami, 2008
  6 td passes: 6, Dan Ellis vs. Duke, 2000                                          Recorded a safety: Texas Tech, 2007
  5 td passes: 5, Matt Schaub vs. Akron, 2002                                       was not penalized: Maryland, 2004
  4 td passes: 4, Marques Hagans vs. Duke, 2005                                     100+ penalty yards: 103 vs. Richmond, 2008
  3 td passes: 3, Jameel Sewell vs. Pittsburgh, 2007                                10+ penalties: 10 vs. North Carolina, 2007
  A non-qb threw a td pass: Emmanuel Byers 22 yards to Deyon Williams vs.           trailed after three quarters, but rallied to win: vs. North Carolina, 2008
  East Carolina, 2006                                                               did not lose a fumble: vs. TCU, 2009
  threw 3+ interceptions: 3, Jameel Sewell vs. William & Mary, 2009                 90+ offensive plays: 90 at Southern Miss, 2009
  300 yards total offense: 335, Jameel Sewell at Southern Miss, 2009                45 or fewer plays: 44 vs. Virginia Tech, 2006
  200 All-purpose yards: 247, Mikell Simpson vs. Texas Tech, 2007
  Intercepted 3 passes: 3, Anthony Poindexter vs. NC State, 1996
  Intercepted 2 passes: 2, Ras-I Dowling vs. Duke, 2008
  Int by a lineman: Nick Jenkins vs. North Carolina, 2008
  Int Return for a td: 60 yards, Vic Hall vs. Richmond, 2008
  2 Ints for touchdowns: 2, Randy Neal vs. Virginia Tech, 1992
  2 players with Ints for td: Muffin Curry and Tony Franklin vs. W. Mich., 2003
  4 sacks: 4, Jamie Sharper vs. North Carolina, 1996
  3 sacks: 3, Clint Sintim vs. Duke, 2008
  4+ tFLs: 5, Chris Long vs. Maryland, 2007
  15+ tackles: 15, Byron Glaspy vs. Virginia Tech, 2008
  4+ Pbus: 5, Ras-I Dowling vs. NC State, 2007 (tied school record)
  defensive Extra Point: Joe Crocker vs. NC State, 1994
  Fumble recovery for td: Chris Cook vs. Miami, 2007 (44 yards)
  Five Field goals: 5, Chris Gould vs. North Carolina, 2007
  Four Field goals: 5, Chris Gould vs. North Carolina, 2007
  three Field goals: 5, Chris Gould vs. North Carolina, 2007
  missed a PAt: Yannick Reyering vs. Richmond, 2008
  blocked a Punt: Josh Zidenberg vs. Miami, 2007
  blocked Punt for a touchdown: Alex Seals blocked punt and Darryl
  Blackstock returned it for TD vs. Akron, 2002
  blocked a Field goal: Nick Jenkins vs. Richmond, 2008
  Punt return for td: Alvin Pearman vs. Temple, 2004 (70 yds)
  kickoff return for td: Marquis Weeks vs. North Carolina, 2004 (100 yds)
  two-point conversion: Colter Phillips run vs. TCU, 2009


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  An oPPonEnt hAd…                                                                 oPPonEnt tEAm…
  200 yards rushing: 206, Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008                          scored 50 points: 52-7, Southern California, 2008
  150 yards rushing: 206, Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008                          scored 40 points: 45-10, Connecticut, 2008
  100 yards rushing: 132, D. Fletcher and 101, Tory Harrison, Southern Miss,       scored 30 points: 37-34, Southern Miss, 2009
  2009                                                                             Recorded a shutout: 17-0, Virginia Tech, 2006
  30 carries: 30, Shaun Draughn, North Carolina, 2008                              was shutout: Maryland, 2008 (31-0)
  25 carries: 26, D. Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2009                                 scoreless first half: Maryland, 2008
  4 tds rushing: 4, Robert Lavette, Georgia Tech, 1982                             scoreless second half: Wake Forest, 2008
  3 tds rushing: 3, Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008                                did not score a td: Maryland, 2008
  2 tds rushing: 2, D. Fletcher, Southern Miss, 2009                               Fewer than 10 first downs: 9, Miami, 2007
  3 tds rushing by a qb: 3, Scott Smith, NC State, 1979                            Fewer than 5 first downs: 3, VMI, 1979
  2 tds rushing by a qb: 2, Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech, 2007                      1 first down: 1, Richmond, 1945
  qb rushed for 100 yards: 137, Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech, 2008                  no first downs: 0, NC State, 1944
  2 rushers with 100+ yards: D. Fletcher (115) and Tory Harrison (101),            had 300 rushing yards: 382, Connecticut, 2008
  Southern Miss, 2009                                                              had 200 rushing yards: 214, Southern Miss, 2008
  2 rushers with 2 tds: Cedric Humes (3) and Branden Ore (2), Virginia Tech,       had fewer than 100 rushing yards: 56, Clemson, 2008
  2005                                                                             had negative yards rushing: -21, Duke, 2006
  50+ yard run: 57, Tory Harrison, Southern Miss, 2009                             had 200 yards passing: 251, Miami, 2008
  10+ receptions: 11, Donald Bowens, NC State, 2007                                had 300 yards passing: 350, Southern California, 2008
  200 yards receiving: 202, Donald Bowens, NC State, 2007                          had fewer than 100 yards passing: 94, Miami, 2007
  150 yards receiving: 202, Donald Bowens, NC State, 2007                          had 600 yards of total offense: 627, Georgia Tech, 2000
  100 yards receiving: 128, Dwayne Harris, East Carolina, 2008                     had 500 yards of total offense: 506, Connecticut, 2008
  3 tds receiving: 3, Dez White, Georgia Tech, 1998                                had 400 yards of total offense: 448, Miami, 2008
  2 tds receiving: 2, Donald Bowens, NC State, 2007                                had fewer than 100 yards of total offense: 84, Akron, 2004
  2 receivers with 100 yards receiving: Brooks Foster (139) and Hakeem Nicks       kicked 5 field goals: 5, Colorado State, 2002
  (113), North Carolina, 2007                                                      had 6 or more sacks in a game: 6, Southern Miss, 2009
  2 receivers with 2 tds: Fred Zeigler (3), Benny Galloway (2), South Carolina,    had 10 or more tFL in a game: 11, TCU, 2009
  1968                                                                             missed Extra Point kick: Southern Miss, 2009
  80+ yard pass play: 99 (TD), Dondrial Pinkins to Troy Williamson, South          had successful two-Point Conversion: Duke, 2007
  Carolina, 2003                                                                   Forced 5 or more turnovers: 7, William & Mary, 2009
  70+ yard pass play: 77 (TD), Kirby Freeman to Lance Leggett, Miami, 2006         had 5 or more turnovers: 5, Miami, 2007
  50+ yard pass play: 58 (TD), Riley Skinner to Devon Brown, Wake Forest, 2008     blocked 2 punts in a game: 2, Illinois, 1999
  Attempted 50 passes: 69, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007                        did not punt: Georgia Tech, 2000
  Attempted 40 passes: 44, R.J. Archer, William & Mary, 2009                       had no turnovers: Connecticut, 2008
  Completed 30 passes: 44, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007                        overtime game: Miami, 2008
  Completed 25 passes: 44, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007                        Recorded a safety: Duke, 2007
  300 yards passing: 338, Mark Sanchez, Southern California, 2008                  was not penalized: Temple, 2004
  250 yards passing: 338, Mark Sanchez, Southern California, 2008                  100+ penalty yards: 100, William & Mary, 2009
  5 td passes: 5, Paul Pinegar, Fresno State, 2004                                 10+ penalties: 12, William & Mary, 2009
  4 td passes: 4, Bryan Cupito, Minnesota, 2005                                    trailed after three quarters, but rallied to win: Southern Miss, 2009
  3 td passes: 3, Mark Sanchez, Southern California, 2008                          did not lose a fumble: William & Mary, 2009
  threw 3+ interceptions: 3, Kyle Wright, Miami, 2007                              90+ offensive plays: 91, Clemson, 2003
  300 yards total offense: 344, Mark Sanchez, Southern California, 2008            45 or fewer plays: 44, William & Mary, 1961
  200 All-purpose yards: 248, Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008
  Intercepted 3 passes: 3, B.W. Webb, William & Mary, 2009
  Intercepted 2 passes: 2, Julius Stinson, Wyoming, 2007
  Int Return for a td: 50 yards, B.W. Webb, William & Mary, 2009
  2 players with Ints for td: Darrelle Revis and Clint Session, Pittsburgh, 2006
  3 sacks: 3 (2 solo, 1 assist), Willie Young, NC State, 2007
  4+ tFLs: 4.5, Barry Booker, Virginia Tech, 2007
  15+ tackles: 15, R. Thornton and Korey Williams, Southern Miss, 2009
  Fumble recovery for td: Garland Heath, NC State, 2003
  Five Field goals: 5, Jeff Babcock, Colorado State, 2002
  Four Field goals: 4, Brian Pate, William & Mary, 2009
  three Field goals: 3, Ross Evans, TCU, 2009
  missed a PAt: Justin Estes, Southern Miss, 2009 (blocked)
  blocked a Punt: Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest, 2007
  blocked Punt for a touchdown: Justin Hamilton blocked punt and Darryl
  Tapp returned it for TD, Virginia Tech, 2002
  blocked a Field goal: Bruce Carter, North Carolina, 2008
  Punt return for td: Roscoe Parrish, Miami, 2004 (62 yds)
  kickoff return for td: Freddie Parham, Southern Miss, 2009 (100 yards)
  two-point conversion: Tielor Robinson pass from Thaddeus Lewis, Duke,
  2007




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                                                                                                                                                   cAReeR hIGhS
  66 dAnny AIkEn                                                 4 VIC hALL                                                   13 ChAsE mInnIFIELd
  Fumble Recovery: 1 vs. Southern California, 2008               Pass Completions: 2 vs. William & Mary, 2009                 tackles: 10 at Southern Miss, 2009
  tackles: 1 on eight occasions, last vs. UNC, 2008              Pass Attempts: 5 vs. William & Mary, 2009                    Interceptions: 1 vs. Richmond, Miami, 2008
                                                                 Passing yards: 35 vs. UConn, 2007                            kickoff Returns: 5 vs. East Carolina, 2008
  18 Kris burd                                                   Rushes: 16 at Virginia Tech, 2008                            kickoff Return yardage: 115 vs. East Carolina, 2008
  Receptions: 6 at Southern Miss, 2009                           Rushing yards: 109 at Virginia Tech, 2008                    Long kick Return: 56 at Connecticut, 2008
  Receiving yards: 79 at Southern Miss, 2009                     Rushing tds: 2 at Virginia Tech, 2008
  Long Reception: 29 at Southern Miss, 2009                      Long Rush: 40 (TD) at Virginia Tech, 2008                    40 CoREy mosLEy
                                                                 tackles: 8 vs. Texas Tech, 2007; vs. Miami, 2008             tackles: 10 vs. TCU, 2009
  45 dEnZEL buRRELL                                              Interceptions: 1 at Miami, 2007; vs. Richmond, 2008; at      Pass break ups: 1 vs. North Carolina, at Georgia Tech,
  tackles: 7 vs. William & Mary, 2009; vs. East Carolina, Vir-   Georgia Tech, 2008                                           vs. Miami, 2008
  ginia Tech, 2008                                               Punt Returns: 4 vs. Pittsburgh, 2007; vs. Connecticut,
  tackles for Loss: 1 vs. William & Mary, 2009; vs. Duke,        2007                                                         43 mIkE PARkER
  2007                                                           Punt Return yards: 86 vs. Pittsburgh, 2007                   tackles: 7 vs. Richmond, 2008
  sacks: 1 vs. William & Mary, 2009; vs. Duke, 2007              Long Punt Return: 67 vs. Duke, 2007                          Passes broken up: 2 vs. Richmond, 2008

  49 dARREn ChILds                                               44 RAynARd hoRnE                                             92 ZAnE PARR
  tackles: 12 vs. TCU, 2009                                      Rushes: 5 vs. Southern California, 2008                      tackles: 3 at Southern Miss, 2009
  tackles for Loss: 1 vs. North Carolina, 2008                   Rushing yards: 12 vs. Southern California, 2008              tackles for Loss: 1 vs. Richmond, 2008
                                                                 Long Run: 8 vs. Southern California, 2008                    sacks: 1 vs. Richmond, 2008
  41 AARon CLARk                                                 Receptions: 1 vs. William & Mary, 2009; at UConn, 2008
  tackles: 5 vs. Southern California, 2008                       Receiving yards: 14 at Connecticut, 2008                     30 RobERt RAndoLPh
  tackles for Loss: 1 at Miami, 2007; vs. Southern Califor-      tackles: 4 vs. North Carolina, 2008                          Field goals: 2 at Southern Miss
  nia, 2008                                                                                                                   Long Field goal: 37 vs. North Carolina, 2008
  sacks: 1 at Miami, 2007                                        8 Jimmy howell                                               Long Field goal Attempt: 39 vs. North Carolina, 2008
                                                                 Punts: 8 vs. Southern California, 2008
  98 nate collins                                                Punt Average: 49.0 at Georgia Tech, 2008                     10 jAmEEL sEwELL
  tackles: 10 at Southern Miss, 2009                             Punt Long: 58 vs. Miami, 2008                                Pass Completions: 24 at Southern Miss, 2009; at NC
  tackles for Loss: 2 at Duke, 2006                                                                                           State, 2007
  sacks: 1 at Duke, 2006; at Miami, 2007; vs. Texas Tech,        81 dontrelle inman                                           Pass Attempts: 47 at Southern Miss, 2009
  2007; at Duke, 2008; vs. TCU, 2009                             Receptions: 2 on eight occasions                             Passing yards: 312 at Southern Miss, 2009
                                                                 Reception yards: 37 vs. Georgia Tech, 2007                   Passing tds: 3 vs. Pittsburgh, 2007
  94 mAtt ConRAth                                                                                                             Rushes: 23 at Southern Miss, 2009
  tackles: 8 vs. TCU, 2009                                       31 RAshAwn jACkson                                           Rushing yards: 92 vs. Maryland, 2006
  tackles for Loss: 2.5 vs. Richmond, 2008; at Connecti-         Rushes: 14 vs. Texas Tech, 2007                              Rushing tds: 2 vs. Miami, 2006; vs. Virginia Tech, 2007;
  cut, 2008                                                      Rushing yards: 52 vs. Texas Tech, 2007                       at Southern Miss, 2009
  sacks: 1.5 vs. Richmond, 2008                                  Long Rush: 22 at Duke, 2008
  Passes broken up: 1 vs. Richmond, 2008; vs. East Caro-         Receptions: 4 vs. Connecticut, 2007; at Georgia Tech,        5 mIkELL sImPson
  lina, 2008                                                     2008                                                         Rushes: 22 at Miami, 2007
                                                                 Reception yards: 44 at Southern Miss, 2009                   Rushing yards: 170 vs. Texas Tech, 2007
  2 ChRIs Cook                                                                                                                Rushing tds: 2 at Maryland, 2007; at Miami, 2007
  tackles: 12 vs. Wyoming, 2006                                  33 PERRy jonEs                                               Long Rush: 96 vs. Texas Tech, 2007
  tackles for Loss: 1 on six occasions                           tackles: 4 at Southern Miss                                  Receptions: 13 at Maryland, 2007
  Interceptions: 1 on four occasions                                                                                          Receiving yards: 152 at Maryland, 2007
  Interception yards: 30 vs. Maryland, 2005                      96 nICk jEnkIns                                              Long Reception: 30 at Miami, 2007
  Pass breakups: 2 vs. Syracuse, 2005                            tackles: 7 at Southern Miss, 2009
                                                                 tackles for Loss: 1 at Southern Miss, 2009; vs. East Caro-   6 mARC VERICA
  55 jAREd dEtRICk                                               lina, 2008                                                   Pass Completions: 29 at Georgia Tech, 2008
  tackles: 4 at Duke, 2008                                       sacks: 1 at Southern Miss, 2009                              Pass Attempts: 45 at Wake Forest, 2008
  Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. East Carolina, 2008                      Interceptions: 1 vs. North Carolina, 2008                    Passing yards: 279 at Wake Forest, 2008
                                                                                                                              touchdowns: 2 vs. Maryland, at Georgia Tech, at Wake
  59 john-kEVIn doLCE                                            22 stAton jobE                                               Forest, 2008
  tackles: 2 vs. Richmond, at Georgia Tech, 2008                 Receptions: 3 vs. Duke, 2007                                 Interceptions: 4 at Duke, 2008
  tackles for Loss: 1.5 vs. Richmond, 2008                       Reception yards: 29 vs. Duke, 2007                           Long Pass Play: 51 vs. Maryland, 2008
  sacks: 1.5 vs. Richmond, 2008
  Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Richmond, 2008                           56 CAm johnson                                               1 tREy womACk
                                                                 tackles: 7 vs. TCU, 2009                                     tackles: 2 on seven occasions, last vs. TCU, 2009
  19 RAs-I dowLIng                                               tackles for Loss: 1.0 at Southern Miss, 2009; vs.
  tackles: 8 at Duke, vs. Miami, 2008                            Maryland, 2008                                               17 bRAndon woods
  tackles for Loss: 2 vs. Clemson, 2008                          Pass breakups: 1 at Duke, 2008                               tackles: 8 at Connecticut, 2008
  Pass breakups: 5 at NC State, 2007
  Interceptions: 2 at Duke, 2008                                 34 mAtt LEEmhuIs
                                                                 tackles: 2 vs. Southern California, 2008
  84 Jared green
  Receptions: 4 at Southern Miss, 2009                           28 rodney mcleod
  Receiving yards: 40 vs. Southern California, 2008              tackles: 7 at Southern Miss, vs. TCU, 2009
  Long Reception: 26 vs. North Carolina, 2008                    tackles for Loss: 1 vs. William & Mary, TCU, Southern
                                                                 Miss, 2009; at Duke, at Georgia Tech, 2008
  51 stEVE gREER                                                 sacks: 1 at Georgia Tech, 2008
  tackles: 10 vs. William & Mary, 2009                           Forced Fumbles: 1 at Southern Miss, 2009; vs. Miami,
  tackles for Loss: 0.5 vs. William & Mary, 2009                 2008
  sacks: 1 at Southern Miss, 2009




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  gAmE 1                                                                                gAmE 2
  william & mary 26, Virginia 14                                                        no. 16 tcu 30, Virginia 14
  sept. 5 • charlottesville, Va.                                                        sept. 12 • charlottesville, Va.
  game notes                                                                            game notes
  • The game marked the start of the 120th season in Virginia football history.         • The loss drops UVa to 0-2 for the first time since the 2002 season (L 35-29 to
  • Following the result, UVa now leads the all-time series with William and Mary       Colorado State and L 40-19 Florida State). UVa finished the season 9-5, winning
  26-6-1. The was the first win by The Tribe in Charlottesville since 1986, a 41-37     six in a row after starting 0-2.
  W&M win.                                                                              • Senior linebacker Darren Childs recorded a career high with 12 tackles. His
  • The loss drops Virginia to 76-35-9 all-time in season opening games. The Cava-      previous best was 10 vs. North Carolina last season.
  liers have lost four consecutive season openers.                                      • Sophomore safety Corey Mosley had 10 tackles, besting his career high of 7 set
  • Four Cavaliers made the first start of their career tonight: ILB Steve Greer,       on three previous occasions.
  WR Kris Burd, OT, Landon Bradley, WR Matt Snyder, S Rodney McLeod and WR              • Freshman wide receiver Tim Smith made his first career start today. He played
  Javaris Brown.                                                                        last week vs. William and Mary.
  • Virginia’s seven turnovers were the most by a Cavalier team since UVa had           • After not playing last week, senior fullback Rashawn Jackson started the game
  seven (4 interceptions & 3 fumbles) vs. Clemson in 1994. The Cavaliers won that       at running back.
  game at Scott Stadium 9-6.                                                            • Junior guard Isaac Cain made his first career start. He played in a reserve role
  • UVa cornerback Chris Cook recorded the fourth interception of his career dur-       against William and Mary. Prior to this season, he had made just two game ap-
  ing the game.                                                                         pearances (Maryland in 2008 and Pittsburgh in 2007).
  • Redshirt freshman Steve Greer led Virginia with 10 tackles in his college debut.    • Sophomore punter Jimmy Howell had his longest punt of season (51 yards) at
  • UVa wide receiver Kris Burd had career highs with five catches and 46 yards.        end of the first quarter.
  • UVa quarterback Jameel Sewell’s second-quarter rushing TD was his first scor-       • Senior cornerback Chris Cook had a career long 22 yard kickoff return in the
  ing run since he rushed for a pair of scores against Virginia Tech during the 2007    second quarter.
  season.                                                                               • Freshman tailback Perry Jones (kick-off return) saw first career playing time
  • UVa nose tackle Nick Jenkins blocked the second field goal attempt of his           today. He becomes the 9th Cavalier to see first career action this season.
  career when he deflected Brian Pate’s second-quarter attempt. Jenkins’ other          • Senior quarterback Jameel Sewell set a career high for rushing attempts (21).
  block came last season against Richmond.                                              • Freshman wide receiver Javaris Brown caught his first career TD (56 yd).
  • When UVa starting quarterback Vic Hall completed a pass on the Cavaliers’           • Freshman wide receiver Tim Smith caught his first career TD (26 yd).
  opening drive it marked his first completion since the 2007 game vs. UConn            • The eight sacks surrendered by UVa were the most since Florida State recorded
  when he tossed a 35-yard pass to Chris Gorham                                         nine in a 1997 game.
  • Hall’s first-quarter TD run marked the second time in his last two games he has     • TCU made just 1 of 11 third-down conversions. For the season, UVa’s oppo-
  recorded scoring dashes of more than 30 yards. He darted for a 40-yard TD vs.         nents are now 6-31 on third-down attempts.
  Virginia Tech in the finale last year. He also had a 16-yard TD run vs. the Hokies.
                                                                                        scoring summary
  scoring summary                                                                       TCU             0         14    10      6   — 30
  William & Mary  7          6      3    10    — 26                                     Virginia        0          0     0     14   — 14
  Virginia        7          7      0     0    — 14
                                                                                        second quarter
  First quarter                                                                         TCU        Kerley 2 run (Evans kick), 11:18, TCU 7 - VA 0
  VA         Hall 34 run (Randolph kick), 12:15, W&M 0 - VA 7                           TCU        Turner 1 run (Evans kick), 2:55, TCU 14 - VA 0
  W&M        Varno 5 pass from Archer (Pate kick), 4:57, W&M 7 - VA 7                   third quarter
  second quarter                                                                        TCU        Young 31 pass from Dalton (Evans kick), 11:42, TCU 21 - VA 0
  VA         Sewell 8 run (Randolph kick), 7:29, W&M 7 - VA 14                          TCU        Evans 28 FG, 3:09, TCU 24 - VA 0
  W&M        Pate 40 FG, 3:21, W&M 10 - VA 14                                           Fourth quarter
  W&M        Pate 26 FG, 0:00, W&M 13 - VA 14                                           TCU        Evans 25 FG, 6:59, TCU 27 - VA 0
  third quarter                                                                         TCU        Evans 32 FG, 4:39, TCU 30 - VA 0
  W&M        Pate 20 FG, 5:35, W&M 16 - VA 14                                           VA         Brown 56 pass from Sewell (Phillips rush), 4:14, TCU 30 - VA 8
  Fourth quarter                                                                        VA         Smith pass from Sewell (Randolph rush failed), 1:48, TCU 30 - VA 14
  W&M        Pate 24 FG, 3:50, W&M 19 - VA 14                                           Attendance—48,336
  W&M        Webb 50 INT return (Pate kick), 2:39, W&M 26 - VA 14                                                             tCu             uVa
  Attendance—54,587                                                                     FIRST DOWNS                            23              7
                                     w&m              uVa                               RUSHES-YARDS (NET)                  50-203           33-57
  FIRST DOWNS                          15              12                               PASSING YDS (NET)                     177             120
  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)                 37-125         39-131                              Passes Att-Comp-Int                21-15-0          18-8-1
  PASSING YDS (NET)                    184            137                               TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS           71-380         51-177
  Passes Att-Comp-Int               44-23-1         33-18-3                             Fumble Returns-Yards                   0-0            0-0
  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS          81-309         72-268                              Punts (Number-Avg)                   6-38.5         7-43.0
  Fumble Returns-Yards                 0-0             0-0                              Fumbles-Lost                           2-1            2-0
  Punts (Number-Avg)                 8-44.4          7-39.0                             Penalties-Yards                       5-60           3-30
  Fumbles-Lost                         0-0             5-4                              Possession Time                      34:49           25:11
  Penalties-Yards                    12-100           8-75                              Third-Down Conversions              1 of 11         4 of 14
  Possession Time                     35:36          24:24                              Red-Zone Scores-Chances                5-5            0-0
  Third-Down Conversions             5 of 20        5 of 17                             Sacks By: Number-Yards                8-42            2-9
  Red-Zone Scores-Chances              4-4             1-1
  Sacks By: Number-Yards               1-7             1-4                              RushIng: tCu-TURNER, Joseph 10-66; WESLEY, Ed 10-50; TUCKER, Matthew
                                                                                        10-38; CHRISTIAN, Ryan 7-28; DALTON, Andy 8-21; FORT, Jercell 1-4; SMITH, Chris
  RushIng: william & mary-Jonathan Grimes 19-46; R.J. Archer 9-46; T. Riggins           1-3; JACKSON, Marcus 1-minus 3; KERLEY, Jeremy 2-minus 4. Virginia-Sewell,
  4-22; C. Marriner 5-11. Virginia-Hall, V 8-54; Sewell, J 13-40; Simpson, M 5-32;      J 21-35; Simpson, M 8-32; Wallace, Do 1-7; Jackson, R 1-2; Torchia, J 1-0; TEAM
  Wallace, Do 2-7; Mack, T 3-7; TEAM 1-0; Verica, M 7-minus 9.                          1-minus 19.
  PAssIng: william & mary-R.J. Archer 23-44-1-184. Virginia-Sewell, J 9-17-3-80;        PAssIng: tCu-DALTON, Andy 15-21-0-177. Virginia-Sewell, J 8-18-1-120.
  Verica, M 7-11-0-50; Hall, V 2-5-0-7.                                                 RECEIVIng: tCu-JOHNSON, Bart 3-32; CLAY, Curtis 3-25; HICKS, Antoine 3-19;
  RECEIVIng: william & mary-D.J. McAulay 5-51; Jonathan Grimes 4-8; C. Marri-           YOUNG, Jimmy 2-60; JONES, Jonathan 1-19; BROCK, Logan 1-11; FROSCH, Evan
  ner 4-5; Ryan Moody 3-70; Rob Varno 3-28; Chase Hill 2-15; Cameron Dohse 2-7.         1-6; CHRISTIAN, Ryan 1-5. Virginia-Brown, J 2-57; Simpson, M 2-9; Smith, T 1-26;
  Virginia-Simpson, M 6-28; Burd, K 5-46; Green, J 3-28; Mack, T 1-15; Horne, R         Hunter, Q 1-13; Burd, K 1-8; Mack, T 1-7.
  1-13; Brown, J 1-4; Snyder, M 1-3.

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  gAmE 3
  southern miss 37, Virginia 34
  sept. 19 • hattiesburg, miss.
  game notes
  • UVa played its first game in the state of Mississippi and its first ever against
  Southern Miss.
  • The combined scoring output (71 points) was the most in a UVa game a 45-33
  loss to Maryland on Oct. 1, 2005.
  • UVa’s lead of 17 points was its largest this season. UVa had 7-0 and 14-7 leads
  against William & Mary.
  • Jameel Sewell passed for a career-high 312 yards. His previous high was 288,
  set in 2007 at Miami. It marked the first 300-yard passing game for a UVa QB
  since Marques Hagens tossed for 358 in the 2005 Music City Bowl vs. Minnesota.
  Sewell also tied a career high for completions (24) and surpassed his career high
  in attempts with 47.
  • Redshirt freshman LB Steve Greer recorded his first career sack in the first
  quarter, while sophomore NT Nick Jenkins recorded his first career sack in the
  second quarter.
  • TE Joe Torchia made his first career reception in the second quarter. It marked
  Virginia’s first reception by a tight end this season. He finished with a pair of
  receptions for 27 yards.
  • WR Kris Burd’s 29-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter was his
  first career TD catch. He set a career high with 79 yards receiving and tied a high
  with six receptions.
  • UVa’s 27-point first half was the Cavaliers’ highest-scoring first half in a road
  game since tallying 31 in the first half at Miami (Fla.) on Nov. 10, 2007.
  • The Southern Miss kickoff return for a touchdown was the first against Virginia
  since 2002 when South Carolina’s Matthew Thomas took a kick back 95 yards for
  a score.
  • Chase Minnifield had a career-high 10 tackles, topping his previous best of
  four. Nate Collins also had a career-high 10 stops.

  scoring summary
  Virginia       13         14      7     0    — 34
  Southern Miss   0         10     14    13    — 37
  First quarter
  VA         Smith 69 pass from Sewell (Randolph kick), 9:18, VA 7 - USM 0
  VA         Randolph 34 FG, 7:46, VA 10 - USM 0
  VA         Randolph 24 FG, 5:25, VA 13 - USM 0
  second quarter
  USM        Fletcher 6 run (Estes kick), 11:08, VA 13 - USM 7
  VA         Burd 29 pass from Sewell (Randolph kick), 7:38, VA 20 - USM 7
  USM        Estes 27 FG, 4:33, VA 20 - USM 10
  VA         Sewell 4 run (Randolph kick), 0:19, VA 27 - USM 10
  third quarter
  USM        Hanks 2 pass from Davis (Estes kick), 11:17, VA 27 - USM 17
  VA         Sewell 1 run (Randolph kick), 7:19, VA 34 - USM 17
  USM        Parham 100 kickoff return (Estes kick), 7:05, VA 34 - USM 24
  Fourth quarter
  USM        Fletcher 10 run (Estes kick), 13:27, VA 34 - USM 31
  USM        Harrison, Tory 57 yd run (Estes kick blocked), 8:01, VA 34 - USM 37
  Attendance—31,170
                                        uVa            usm
  FIRST DOWNS                             25             20
  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)                   43-78          41-214
  PASSING YDS (NET)                      312            130
  Passes Att-Comp-Int                 47-24-1         27-14-1
  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS           90-390          68-344
  Fumble Returns-Yards                   0-0             0-0
  Punts (Number-Avg)                   5-45.8          5-35.4
  Fumbles-Lost                           2-1             3-2
  Penalties-Yards                       6-49            9-92
  Possession Time                       32:55          27:05
  Third-Down Conversions               7 of 18        6 of 14
  Red-Zone Scores-Chances                4-4             4-4
  Sacks By: Number-Yards                2-17            4-51

  RushIng: Virginia-Wallace, Do 11-35; Sewell, J 23-23; Jackson, R 7-15; Mack, T
  2-5. southern miss-Fletcher, D. 26-115; Harrison, Tory 3-101; Davis, Austin
  11-0; TEAM 1-minus 2.
  PAssIng: Virginia-Sewell, J 24-46-1-312; TEAM 0-1-0-0. southern miss-Davis,
  Austin 14-26-0-130; Harrison, Tory 0-1-1-0.
  RECEIVIng: Virginia-Burd, K 6-79; Green, J 5-30; Mack, T 4-16; Smith, T 3-76;
  Jackson, R 3-44; Brown, J 2-52; Torchia, J 1-15. southern miss-Harrison, Tory
  3-34; Banks, Leroy 2-39; Baptiste, G. 2-14; Brown, DeAndre 2-7; Hanks, Ryan 2-6;
  Massey, J. 1-16; Parham, Freddie 1-8; Fletcher, D. 1-6.

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                                                Virginia Team Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                                                    All games
                                                                                                                                                          GAMe-BY-GAMe
                                                                                TEAM STATISTICS
                                                        VIRgInIA gAmE-by-gAmE
                                               Rushing                        Receiving                    Passing                        Kick Returns             Punt Returns                        tot
   Date       Opponent                  no.      yds td          lg     no.      yds td     lg     cmp-att-int   yds         td    lg    no. yds td lg            no. yds td lg                        off
   Sep 05    WILLIAM & MARY              39      131        2   34       18     137    0   25          18-33-3        137    0    25      6     48        0 16      4         15        0   10 268
   Sep 12    TCU                         33       57        0   29        8     120    2   56           8-18-1        120    2    56      7    127        0 28      2         38        0   34 177
   Sep 19    at Southern Miss            43       78        2   16       24     312    2   69          24-47-1        312    2    69      7    129        0 34      2          3        0    3 390
   Virginia                             115      266        4   34       50     569    4   69          50-98-5        569    4    69     20    304        0 34      8         56        0   34 835
   Opponents                            128      542        5   57       52     491    3   48          52-92-2        491    3    48      9    306        1 100     8         51        0   22 1033

    Games played: 3
    Avg per rush: 2.3
    Avg per catch: 11.4
    Pass efficiency: 103.06
    Kick ret avg: 15.2
    Punt ret avg: 7.0
    All purpose avg/game: 399.0
    Total offense avg/gm: 278.3
                                               Tackles                             Sacks         Fumble                 Pass Defense               Blkd      PAT Attempts
   Date    Opponent                ua         a     total         tfl-yds         no-yds          ff fr-yds          int-yds qbh brup              kick       kick rush rcv                 saf       pts
   Sep 05 WILLIAM & MARY           55     16         71           4.0-10          1.0-4           0        0-0         1-0         0       1         0        2-2         0         0        0         14
   Sep 12 TCU                      38     48         86           5.0-16          2.0-9           0        1-0         0-0         0       0         0        0-0         1         0        0         14
   Sep 19 at Southern Miss         26     58         84           5.0-37         2.0-17           3        2-0         1-2         0       4         1        4-4         0         0        0         34
   Virginia                       119    122        241          14.0-63         5.0-30           3        3-0         2-2         0       5         1        6-6         1         0        0         62
   Opponents                      107    120        227         25.5-136       13.5-110           1        5-0        5-89         0      11         0       9-10         0         0        0         93

                                                                        Punting                                                   Field Goals                           Kickoffs
   Date    Opponent               no.     yds          avg            long      blkd       tb         fc    50+       i20     md-att      long blkd         no.     yds            avg        tb       ob
   Sep 05 WILLIAM & MARY           7      273          39.0            46         0        0          1          0     3           0-0         0     0       3 193                 64.3           0     0
   Sep 12 TCU                      7      301          43.0            51         0        1          2          2     1           0-0         0     0       2 140                 70.0           2     0
   Sep 19 at Southern Miss         5      229          45.8            52         0        0          1          1     2           2-2        34     0       7 484                 69.1           1     0
   Virginia                       19      803          42.3            52         0        1          4          3     6           2-2        34     0      12 817                 68.1           3     0
   Opponents                      19      763          40.2            56         0        1          6          2     9          8-11        40     0      20 1107                55.3           0     0




VIRgInIA Vs. noRth CARoLInA                                                                                                                                                                           PAgE 23
release no. 4 • sept. 28, 2009                                                               Virginia Football game notes
                                                   2009 University of Virginia Football
                                         Virginia Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)                                                     GAMe-BY-GAMe
                                                               All games

                                                      oPPonEnt gAmE-by-gAmE
                                                           OPPONENT STATISTICS

                                              Rushing                        Receiving                    Passing                        Kick Returns          Punt Returns                       tot
   Date      Opponent                  no.      yds td          lg     no.      yds td     lg     cmp-att-int   yds         td    lg    no. yds td lg         no. yds td lg                       off
   Sep 05    WILLIAM & MARY             37      125        0   23       23     184    1   48          23-44-1        184    1    48      3 62         0 28      3         -2        0    0 309
   Sep 12    TCU                        50      203        2   18       15     177    1   31          15-21-0        177    1    31      0   0        0 0       2         16        0   18 380
   Sep 19    at Southern Miss           41      214        3   57       14     130    1   26          14-27-1        130    1    26      6 244        1 100     3         37        0   22 344
   Opponents                           128      542        5   57       52     491    3   48          52-92-2        491    3    48      9 306        1 100     8         51        0   22 1033
   Virginia                            115      266        4   34       50     569    4   69          50-98-5        569    4    69     20 304        0 34      8         56        0   34 835

   Games played: 3
   Avg per rush: 4.2
   Avg per catch: 9.4
   Pass efficiency: 107.77
   Kick ret avg: 34.0
   Punt ret avg: 6.4
   All purpose avg/game: 493.0
   Total offense avg/gm: 344.3
                                              Tackles                             Sacks         Fumble                 Pass Defense            Blkd      PAT Attempts
   Date   Opponent                ua         a     total         tfl-yds         no-yds          ff fr-yds          int-yds   qbh brup         kick       kick rush rcv                 saf       pts
   Sep 05 WILLIAM & MARY          45     18         63           5.0-13          1.0-7           0        4-0        3-68         0       1      0        2-2         0         0        0        26
   Sep 12 TCU                     32     30         62          11.0-46         8.0-42           0        0-0        1-19         0       5      0        3-3         0         0        0        30
   Sep 19 at Southern Miss        30     72        102           9.5-77         4.0-61           1        1-0         1-2         0       5      0        4-5         0         0        0        37
   Opponents                     107    120        227         25.5-136       13.5-110           1        5-0        5-89         0      11      0       9-10         0         0        0        93
   Virginia                      119    122        241          14.0-63         5.0-30           3        3-0         2-2         0       5      1        6-6         1         0        0        62

                                                                       Punting                                                   Field Goals                        Kickoffs
   Date   Opponent               no.     yds          avg            long      blkd       tb         fc    50+       i20     md-att      long blkd      no.     yds            avg        tb      ob
   Sep 05 WILLIAM & MARY          8      355          44.4            56         0        1          1          2      2          4-7     40     0       6 271                 45.2           0    0
   Sep 12 TCU                     6      231          38.5            43         0        0          3          0      3          3-3     32     0       7 402                 57.4           0    0
   Sep 19 at Southern Miss        5      177          35.4            48         0        0          2          0      4          1-1     27     0       7 434                 62.0           0    0
   Opponents                     19      763          40.2            56         0        1          6          2      9         8-11     40     0      20 1107                55.3           0    0
   Virginia                      19      803          42.3            52         0        1          4          3      6          2-2     34     0      12 817                 68.1           3    0




PAgE 24                                                                                                                                        VIRgInIA Vs. noRth CARoLInA
release no. 4 • sept. 28, 2009                                                               Virginia Football game notes
                                                2009 University of Virginia Football               GAMe-BY-GAMe
                                       Virginia Passing Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                                            All games
                                     VIRgInIA PAssIng gAmE-by-gAmE
   #10 Sewell, J                     Comp      Att      Int        Pct      Yards    TD   Long      Sacked      Effic
   William & Mary                       9      17         3       52.9         80     0     25          1-7    57.18
   TCU                                  8      18         1       44.4        120     2     56         8-42   126.00
   Southern Miss                       24      46         1       52.2        312     2     69         4-51   119.15
   TOTALS                              41      81         5       50.6        512     4     69       13-100   107.66

   #6 Verica, M                      Comp      Att      Int        Pct      Yards    TD   Long      Sacked      Effic
   William & Mary                       7      11         0       63.6         50     0     17         0-0    101.82
   TOTALS                               7      11         0       63.6         50     0     17         0-0    101.82

   #4 Hall, V                        Comp      Att      Int        Pct      Yards    TD   Long      Sacked      Effic
   William & Mary                       2       5         0       40.0          7     0      4         0-0     51.76
   TOTALS                               2       5         0       40.0          7     0      4         0-0     51.76

   #TM TEAM                          Comp      Att      Int        Pct      Yards    TD   Long      Sacked      Effic
   Southern Miss                        0       1         0        0.0          0     0      0         0-0      0.00
   TOTALS                               0       1         0        0.0          0     0      0         0-0      0.00



                                               2009 University of Virginia Football
                                 Virginia Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                                           All games
                                                              gAmE-by-gAmE
                                     VIRgInIA RushIngVirginia Football
                                           2009 University of
   RUSHING                No-Yds/TD      W&M      TCU     USM
                                    Virginia Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
   Sewell, J               57-98/3      13-40/1 21-35/0 23-23/2
   Simpson, M              13-64/0      5-32/0  8-32/0       -
                                                                 All games
   Hall, V                  8-54/1      8-54/1    DNP     DNP
   RUSHING
   Wallace, Do            No-Yds/TD
                           14-49/0       W&M
                                         2-7/0    TCU
                                                 1-7/0     USM
                                                         11-35/0
   Sewell, J
   Jackson, R               57-98/3
                            8-17/0      13-40/1 21-35/0 23-23/2
                                         DNP     1-2/0   7-15/0
   Mack, T M
   Simpson,                 5-12/0
                            13-64/0      3-7/0
                                         5-32/0     -
                                                 8-32/0   2-5/0
                                                              -
   Torchia, J
   Hall, V                   1-0/0
                            8-54/1          -
                                         8-54/1  1-0/0
                                                  DNP        -
                                                           DNP
   Verica, MDo
   Wallace,                  7--9/0
                            14-49/0      7--9/0
                                          2-7/0   DNP
                                                  1-7/0   DNP
                                                         11-35/0
   TEAM R
   Jackson,                 2--19/0
                            8-17/0       1-0/0
                                          DNP   1--19/0
                                                  1-2/0      -
                                                          7-15/0
   Mack, T                  5-12/0        3-7/0      -     2-5/0
   Torchia, J                1-0/0          -     1-0/0       -
   RECEIVING
   Verica, M              No-Yds/TD
                             7--9/0      W&M
                                         7--9/0   TCU
                                                  DNP     USM
                                                           DNP
   TEAM
   Burd, K                  2--19/0
                           12-133/1       1-0/0
                                        5-46/0   1--19/0 6-79/1
                                                 1-8/0        -
   Brown, J                5-113/1 VIRgInIA RECEIVIng gAmE-by-gAmE
                                         1-4/0  2-57/1   2-52/0
   Smith, T                4-102/2       DNP    1-26/1   3-76/1
   RECEIVING
   Green, J                              W&M
                          No-Yds/TD 3-28/0
                            7-46/0                TCU
                                                    -      USM
                                                         4-18/0
   Jackson, R
   Burd, K                  3-44/0
                           12-133/1      DNP
                                         5-46/0     -
                                                  1-8/0  3-44/0
                                                          6-79/1
   Mack, TJ
   Brown,                   6-38/0
                            5-113/1     1-15/0
                                          1-4/0  1-7/0
                                                 2-57/1  4-16/0
                                                          2-52/0
   Simpson, M
   Smith, T                 8-37/0
                            4-102/2     6-28/0
                                          DNP    2-9/0
                                                 1-26/1      -
                                                          3-76/1
   Torchia, J
   Green, J                 2-27/0
                             7-46/0         -
                                         3-28/0     --   2-27/0
                                                          4-18/0
   Hunter, QR
   Jackson,                 1-13/0
                            3-44/0          -
                                          DNP   1-13/0
                                                     -    DNP
                                                          3-44/0
   Mack, R
   Horne,T                  1-13/0
                             6-38/0     1-13/0
                                         1-15/0     -
                                                  1-7/0   DNP
                                                          4-16/0
   Snyder, MM
   Simpson,                  1-3/0
                            8-37/0       1-3/0
                                         6-28/0     -
                                                  2-9/0      --
   Torchia, J                2-27/0         -        -    2-27/0
   Hunter, Q                1-13/0          -    1-13/0    DNP
   Horne, R                  1-13/0      1-13/0      -     DNP
   Snyder, M                 1-3/0        1-3/0      -        -




VIRgInIA Vs. noRth CARoLInA                                                                                             PAgE 25
release no. 4 • sept. 28, 2009                                                                                         Virginia Football game notes
                                                                                                                                  GAMe-BY-GAMe
                                                      2009 University of Virginia Football
                                           Virginia Return Stats Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                           VIRgInIA REtuRns gAmE-by-gAmE
                                                                  All games

   PUNT RETURNS                  No-Yds        W&M       TCU         USM
   Hall, V                        3-14         3-14      DNP         DNP
   Minnifield, C                  4-7            -        2-4         2-3
   Brown, J                       1-1           1-1        -           -


   KICK RETURNS                  No-Yds        W&M       TCU         USM
   Cook, C                        5-101        1-16      4-85          -
   Jones, P                       5-96         DNP       2-27        3-69
   Mack, T                        2-29           -         -         2-29
   Mosley, C                      2-29         2-29        -           -
   Minnifield, C                  1-18           -         -         1-18
   Simpson, M                     1-15           -       1-15          -
   Jackson, R                     1-13         DNP         -         1-13
   Hall, V                         1-5          1-5      DNP         DNP
   Clark, A                        1-0          1-0        -           -
   Slebonick, P                    1--2        1--2        -           -


   INT. RETURNS                  No-Yds        W&M       TCU         USM
   Mosley, C                      1-2            -        -           1-2
   Cook, C                        1-0           1-0       -            -
                                                       2009 University of Virginia Football
                                                Virginia By-Quarter Statistics (as of Sep 21, 2009)
   FUMBLE RETURNS                No-Yds        W&M     TCU    USM All games
                                          REd-ZonE stAtIstICs gAmE-by-gAmE
                                                                      3rd-Down Conversions

   Date           Opponent                      Score      Overall           1st Qtr           2nd Qtr           3rd Qtr            4th Qtr          Overtime
   Sep 05, 2009   WILLIAM & MARY           L    14-26     5-17       29.4    2-4       50.0    1-4       25.0    0-3        0.0     2-6       33.3
   Sep 12, 2009   TCU                      L    14-30     4-14       28.6    1-4       25.0    1-4       25.0    0-3        0.0     2-3       66.7
   Sep 19, 2009   at Southern Miss         L    34-37     7-18       38.9    1-4       25.0    3-5       60.0    2-4       50.0     1-5       20.0
                  Virginia                               16-49       32.7   4-12       33.3   5-13       38.5   2-10       20.0    5-14       35.7   0-0        0.0
                  Opponents                              12-45       26.7   5-13       38.5   3-12       25.0   3-10       30.0    1-10       10.0   0-0        0.0

                                                                      4th-Down Conversions

   Date           Opponent                      Score      Overall           1st Qtr           2nd Qtr           3rd Qtr            4th Qtr          Overtime
   Sep 05, 2009   WILLIAM & MARY           L    14-26      0-2      0.0      0-0        0.0    0-0        0.0    0-0      0.0       0-2        0.0
   Sep 12, 2009   TCU                      L    14-30      0-2      0.0      0-1        0.0    0-1        0.0    0-0      0.0       0-0        0.0
   Sep 19, 2009   at Southern Miss         L    34-37      0-2      0.0      0-0        0.0    0-0        0.0    0-0      0.0       0-2        0.0
                  Virginia                                 0-6      0.0      0-1        0.0    0-1        0.0    0-0      0.0       0-4        0.0   0-0        0.0
                  Opponents                                1-1    100.0      0-0        0.0    0-0        0.0    1-1    100.0       0-0        0.0   0-0        0.0

                                                                       Time of Possession

   Date           Opponent                      Score            Overall           1st Qtr           2nd Qtr           3rd Qtr            4th Qtr          Overtime
   Sep 05, 2009   WILLIAM & MARY           L    14-26             24:24             4:58               6:03              4:31               8:52
   Sep 12, 2009   TCU                      L    14-30             25:11             9:32               6:15              5:34               3:50
   Sep 19, 2009   at Southern Miss         L    34-37             32:55             7:07               8:29              8:12               9:07
                  Virginia                       Total            82:30            21:37              20:47             18:17              21:49              0:00
                                                 Avg.             27:30             7:12               6:55              6:05               7:16              0:00
                  Opponents                      Total            97:30            23:23              24:13             26:43              23:11              0:00
                                                 Avg.             32:30             7:47               8:04              8:54               7:43              0:00




PAgE 26                                                                                                                     VIRgInIA Vs. noRth CARoLInA
release no. 4 • sept. 28, 2009                                                              Virginia Football game notes

                                             2009 University of Virginia Football
                                                                                                GAMe-BY-GAMe
                                 Virginia Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                                         All games
                                          VIRgInIA tACkLIng gAmE-by-gAmE
   Total Tackles       UA-A      Total   W&M      TCU     USM
   Mosley, C           13-11       24     5-0      5-5     3-6
   Greer, S            12-12       24     6-4      5-3     1-5
   Childs, D            8-13       21     4-0      3-9     1-4
   McLeod, R           10-9        19     4-1      4-3     2-5
   Conrath, M           7-12       19     3-2      4-4     0-6
   Collins, N          6-11        17     2-0      2-3     2-8
   Jenkins, N          7-10        17     4-1      2-3     1-6
   Dowling, R          10-5        15     6-1      3-2     1-2
   Burrell, D            9-6       15     6-1      2-3     1-2
   Minnifield, C       10-3        13     2-1       -      8-2
   Johnson, C           6-7        13     2-1      3-4     1-2
   Cook, C              7-1         8     4-1      3-0       -
   Clark, A              5-2        7     4-0      1-1     0-1
   Parr, Z              0-5         5      -       0-2     0-3
   Jones, P             1-3         4     DNP       -      1-3
   Torchia, J           2-1         3      -       0-1     2-0
   Joseph, D            1-1         2     0-1       -      1-0
   Childress, D         0-2         2      -        -      0-2
   Walcott, A           0-2         2     0-1      0-1       -
   Duda, P              0-2         2     0-1      0-1       -
   Womack, T            1-1         2     1-0      0-1       -
   Taliaferro, A        1-0         1      -        -      1-0
   Snyder, M            1-0         1     1-0       -        -
   Brown, J             1-0         1      -       1-0       -
   Woods, B             0-1         1      -       0-1       -
   Burd, K              0-1         1      -        -      0-1
   Dolce, J             0-1         1      -       0-1       -
   Pasztor, A           1-0         1     1-0       -        -
                                               2009 University of Virginia Football
                                       Virginia Sacks Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                                             VIRgInIA sACks gAmE-by-gAmE
                                                           All games

   SACKS               UA-A    Total     W&M      TCU     USM
   Burrell, D           1-0     1.0      1.0-4       -       -
   Collins, N           1-0     1.0         -     1.0-6      -
   Jenkins, N           1-0     1.0         -        -    1.0-8
   Conrath, M           1-0     1.0         -     1.0-3      -
   Greer, S             1-0     1.0         -        -    1.0-9
                                            2009 University of Virginia Football
                               Virginia Tackle For Loss Game-by-Game (as of Sep 21, 2009)
                               VIRgInIA tACkLEs FoR Loss gAmE-by-gAmE
                                                        All games

   TACKLES FOR LOSS    UA-A    Total      W&M     TCU      USM
   McLeod, R            3-0     3.0       1.0-4   1.0-3   1.0-3
   Conrath, M           2-0     2.0          -    2.0-4       -
   Greer, S             1-1     1.5       0.5-1      -     1.0-9
   Johnson, C           1-0     1.0          -       -    1.0-15
   Mosley, C            1-0     1.0       1.0-1      -        -
   Minnifield, C        1-0     1.0          -       -    1.0-2
   Burrell, D           1-0     1.0       1.0-4      -        -
   Cook, C              1-0     1.0          -    1.0-3       -
   Jenkins, N           1-0     1.0          -       -    1.0-8
   Collins, N           1-0     1.0          -    1.0-6       -
   Dowling, R           0-1     0.5       0.5-0      -        -




VIRgInIA Vs. noRth CARoLInA                                                                                     PAgE 27
release no. 4 • sept. 28, 2009                                                                       Virginia Football game notes
                                                                                                    uVA SuPeRlAtIVeS
  IndIVIduAL gAmE hIghs                                                  tEAm gAmE hIghs
  Rushes             23    Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Rushes             43    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Yards Rushing      54    Hall, V vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)      Yards Rushing      131   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  TD Rushes          2     Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Yards Per Rush     3.4   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Long Rush          34    Hall, V vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)      TD Rushes          2     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Pass attempts      46    Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)                              at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Pass completions   24    Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Pass attempts      47    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Yards Passing      312   Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Pass completions   24    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  TD Passes          2     Sewell, J vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)               Yards Passing      312   at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                           Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Yards Per Pass     6.7   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Long Pass           69 Sewell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)       TD Passes          2     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Receptions          6    Simpson, M vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)                            at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                           Burd, K at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)       Total Plays        90    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Yards Receiving     79 Burd, K at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)         Total Offense      390   at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  TD Receptions       1    Brown, J vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)                Yards Per Play     4.3   at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                           Smith, T vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)                Points             34    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                           Burd, K at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)       Sacks By           2     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           Smith, T at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)                               at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Long Reception      69 Smith, T at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)        First Downs        25    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Field Goals         2    Randolph, R at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)   Penalties          8     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Long Field Goal     34 Randolph, R at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Penalty Yards      75    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Punts               7    Howell, J vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)    Turnovers          7     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                           Howell, J vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)               Interceptions By   1     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Punting Avg         45.8 Howell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)                              at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Long Punt           52 Howell, J at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Long Punt Return 34 Dowling, R vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Long Kickoff Return 34 Jones, P at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                         tEAm gAmE Lows
  Tackles             12 Childs, D vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Sacks               1.0 Burrell, D vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)    Rushes             33    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           Conrath, M vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)              Yards Rushing      57    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           Collins, N vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)              Yards Per Rush     1.7   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           Conrath, M at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)    TD Rushes          0     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           Jenkins, N at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)    Pass attempts      18    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Tackles For Loss    2.0 Conrath, M vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)               Pass completions   8     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Interceptions       1    Cook, C vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                         Yards Passing      120   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           Mosley, C at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                         Yards Per Pass     7.6   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                         TD Passes          0     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                         Total Plays        51    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Total Offense      177   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Yards Per Play     3.5   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Points             14    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                                                  vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Sacks By           1     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                         First Downs        7     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Penalties          3     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Penalty Yards      30    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Turnovers          1     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                         Interceptions By   0     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)




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  IndIVIduAL gAmE hIghs                                                      tEAm gAmE hIghs
  Rushes              26   FLETCHER, D., at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Rushes             50    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Yards Rushing       115  FLETCHER, D., at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Yards Rushing      214   at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  TD Rushes           2    FLETCHER, D., at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)     Yards Per Rush     5.2   at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Long Rush           57   HARRISON, Tory, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                             TD Rushes          3     at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Pass attempts       44   R.J. Archer, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Pass completions    23   R.J. Archer, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Pass attempts      44    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Yards Passing       184  R.J. Archer, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)     Pass completions   23    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  TD Passes           1    R.J. Archer, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)     Yards Passing      184   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                           DALTON, Andy, vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)               Yards Per Pass     8.4   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           DAVIS, Austin, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)    TD Passes          1     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Long Pass           48 R.J. Archer, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)                                vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Receptions          5    D.J. McAulay, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)                             at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Yards Receiving     70 Ryan Moody, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)        Total Plays        81    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  TD Receptions       1    Rob Varno, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Total Offense      380   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           YOUNG, Jimmy, vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                           HANKS, Ryan, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                             Yards Per Play     5.4   vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Long Reception      48 Ryan Moody, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)        Points             37    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Field Goals         4    Brian Pate, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)      Sacks By           8     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Long Field Goal     40 Brian Pate, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)        First Downs        23    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
  Punts               8    David Miller, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)    Penalties          12    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Punting Avg         44.4 David Miller, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)    Penalty Yards      100   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Long Punt           56 David Miller, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)      Turnovers          3     at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Long Punt Return 22 LAMPLEY, Tracey, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)       Interceptions By   3     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Long Kickoff Return 100 PARHAM, Freddie, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Tackles             15 WILLIAMS, Korey, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                           THORNTON, R., at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
  Sacks               2.0 WILLIAMS, Korey, at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)   tEAm gAmE Lows
  Tackles For Loss    3.0 Jake Trantin, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
  Interceptions       3    B.W. Webb, vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)       Rushes             37    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Yards Rushing      125   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Yards Per Rush     3.4   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             TD Rushes          0     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Pass attempts      21    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                             Pass completions   14    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                             Yards Passing      130   at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                             Yards Per Pass     8.0   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             TD Passes          1     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                                                      vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                                                      at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                             Total Plays        68    at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)
                                                                             Total Offense      309   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Yards Per Play     3.8   vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Points             26    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Sacks By           1     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             First Downs        15    vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                             Penalties          5     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                             Penalty Yards      60    vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                             Turnovers          1     vs William & Mary (Sep 05, 2009)
                                                                                                      vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                             Interceptions By   1     vs TCU (Sep 12, 2009)
                                                                                                1     at Southern Miss (Sep 19, 2009)




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 “quotIng thE hoos
  “Steven Greer is one of those players who           traffic. It is amazing to watch. He is going to     offensive touchdowns, defensive touchdowns
  has the capacity and it’s part of his make up       make plays for us. I know that.” – qb jameel        and incorporating special teams with blocked
  and part of his talent, he takes instruction        sewell on tE joe torchia (Charlottesville           kicks and returned kicks.” – P jimmy howell
  very well. He applies it very quickly and he’s a    daily Progress)                                     (Charlottesville daily Progress)
  player that doesn’t make very many mistakes.
  He’s where he’s supposed to be when he’s            “By spreading the field, the idea is to create      “A couple of weeks ago I was at home think-
  supposed to be there. And if he’s not there         running lanes, something that has always            ing about playing and I just screamed. My
  today, or this play, whatever direction he          intrigued me. People think it’s a passing           roommates came running in and said, ‘What’s
  gets to make an improvement on, he quickly          offense — a la Texas Tech or Hawaii. We’re not      wrong with you?’ They get that I am just
  processes it and uses it to do better. He really    going to throw it 60 times, but we have the         happy to be playing ball again.” – Cb Chris
  did a good job of getting ready for the game.”      ability if we want to. What I learned in the        Cook on returning to the football team
  – uVa head coach Al groh on Lb steve greer          early years at Bowling Green is that if you         (Charlottesville daily Progress)
  (Charlottesville daily Progress)                    have a dynamic quarterback that can do some
                                                      things running and throwing, you can really         “One of the things that solidified that for us in
  “I played with no confidence last week. None        be explosive.” – offensive coordinator gregg        the recruiting of Matt, was that, through his
  whatsoever. This week I tried to play with a lot    brandon on the spread offense                       first three years in high school, he was a pretty
  more confidence. I tried to show the team I’m       (Charlottesville daily Progress)                    good high school baseball pitcher. And so
  confident and I’m capable of being the quar-                                                            quite obviously in order to pitch, coming
  terback. I’m capable of making plays.”              “Used to be that after a play was over, you’d       down off that mound, a guy’s got to be able
  – qb jameel sewell on his progression from          stand up, try to catch your breath, gather          to bend and get down. And as a result,
  week one to week two (Free Lance-star)              yourself, get the defensive call and line up.       [Conrath is] able to play low and get good
                                                      Now, you have to be ready as soon as the play       leverage. So he’s got the advantages of his
  “He’s a no b.s. guy -- he just gets out there and   is over. You look up and the offense is already     height, without many of the tradeoffs with
  works and doesn’t try to be flashy or anything,     lined up. You don’t have time to catch your         that.” – groh on dE matt Conrath
  just puts his nose to the grindstone and does       breath.” – oLb Aaron Clark on playing               (Virginiasports.com)
  his job. As a coach, you pray for players like      against the spread
  that.” – oLb Aaron Clark on wR matt snyder                                                              “It is a versatile group. All of them can run the
  (Richmond times-dispatch)                           “When I asked my dad if I could play, he tried      ball well, which is the No. 1 thing they’ve got
                                                      to talk me out of it. I guess when you see          to be able to do, and they’ve got to protect
  “There are 11 more weeks to go. There will          some of the things that happen in this sport –      the ball and protect the quarterback. All of
  be a lot of negativity out there. Some of it        broken bones and other injuries – you don’t         them have good hands, too. They’re a good
  well deserved. We can either crack or we can        want someone you care about to go through           group of kids that can catch the ball, and
  stick together. One thing we have never done        that. My dad wanted me to stick with basket-        that’s very helpful in this offense.” – Rb coach
  around here is crack.” – Al groh                    ball. I had to get my mom and some other            wayne Lineburg on the uVa running backs
                                                      family members to convince him to let me            (Charlottesville daily Progress)
  “They are very good selections, all of them.        play.” – wR jared green (Virginia sports
  This was the first time we had so many guys         now)                                                “I have been challenging him pretty much
  on one side of the ball, offense or defense,                                                            since Day One when I got here. Nate was my
  wind up with virtually the same vote count.         “I just like to sit in practice and watch T-Mac     only senior in the group. I told him that the
  We checked our voting machines and didn’t           run around,. He’s like a bigger Reggie Bush         legacy that you leave isn’t going to be for the
  find any hanging chads. We just went with the       [or] LeSean McCoy. He’s shifty. He can run and      next year or two. When these freshmen that
  results.” – groh on the naming of six team          stop on a dime, and he’s crafty. – Fb Rashawn       are coming in right now — Brent Urban,
  captains, a school record.                          jackson on torrey mack (Charlottesville             Justin Renfrow, Will Hill and Jake Snyder —
                                                      daily Progress)                                     when they take their first cue from a senior
  “He’s good on the perimeter. He stayed in the                                                           leader, it is huge. One day when they are
  pocket [in a recent scrimmage] and made             “It’s an exciting game, and if I don’t have ener-   seniors, more than likely, they will emulate the
  some nice throws. The big thing for me is, the      gy out there, how can I expect the kids to          first senior that they saw.” – dE coach Chad
  team believes in the kid. Enough teams are          have energy? If I don’t have the passion to         wilt on nate Collins (Charlottesville daily
  winning with kids under 6 foot. It can be done      coach it, how can I expect them to have the         Progress)
  and I’m going to give Vic every chance to do        passion to play? That’s just my personality.
  it.” – uVa offensive coordinator gregg bran-        Coach Groh always preaches positive energy          “Will was, at best, a mediocre practice player
  don on qb Vic hall (Roanoke times)                  and I’ve got plenty of that.” – db coach            early in his career. A lot more into the games
                                                      Anthony Poindexter (Charlottesville daily           than in practice. This spring, he really had it
  “If I had to play against someone like [Hall]       Progress)                                           screwed down on every turn, trying to
  during the season, I’d be biting my nails.” –                                                           become the best he can be. He has embraced
  oLb Aaron Clark on qb Vic hall (Roanoke             “It is all about non-offensive touchdowns this      everything that’s been asked of him a year
  times)                                              year. We have failed to do that and anybody         ago at this time.” – groh on C will barker
                                                      will tell you that. It is a matter of getting       (washington Post)
  “He has such great hands for a big guy. He
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  no.   name                   Pos   ht     wt    yr   hometown               high school/Previous school      ALPhAbEtICAL RostER
   1    Trey Womack**          CB    5-11   185   3    Springfield, Pa.       Malvern Prep                     no. name                                        Pos
   2    Chris Cook** (c)       CB    6-2    210   4    Lynchburg, Va.         Heritage                          72 Oday Aboushi ..................... OL
   2    Brendan Lane           QB    6-6    215   2    Annapolis, Md.         Severn                            27 Mike Ahunamba ................ CB
   3    Robert Randolph        PK    5-10   160   2    Naples, Fla.           Naples                            80 Danny Aiken......................... LS
   3    Riko Smalls            WR    6-0    200   1*   Plano, Texas           Plano East                        46 Tory Allen-Ford................... DE
   4    Vic Hall*** (c)        QB    5-9    185   4    Gretna, Va.            Gretna Senior                     61 Will Barker ............................... T
   5    Mikell Simpson**       TB    6-1    200   4    Harrisburg, Pa.        Harrisburg                        37 LoVante Battle .................... DB
   6    Drew Jarrett           PK    6-0    185   1    Virginia Beach, Va.    Cox                               70 Luke Bowanko .................... OL
   6    Marc Verica*           QB    6-3    210   3    Lansdowne, Pa.         Monsignor Bonner                  67 Landon Bradley ..................... T
   7    Kyle McCartin          QB    6-4    200   1*   Warrenton, Va.         Fauquier                          21 Chris Broadnax ................... CB
   8    Jimmy Howell*          P     6-6    238   2    Florence, S.C.         West Florence                      9 Javaris Brown ..................... WR
   9    Javaris Brown          WR    5-11   175   1*   Macon, Ga.             Northeast                         18 Kris Burd .............................. WR
  10    Jameel Sewell**        QB    6-3    225   4    Richmond, Va.          Hermitage                         45 Denzel Burrell ...................... LB
  11    Chris Hinkebein        PK    6-1    190   2    Charlotte, N.C.        Providence                        65 B.J. Cabbell............................. G
  13    Chase Minnifield*      CB    6-0    185   2    Lexington, Ky.         Henry Clay                        75 Isaac Cain ................................ T
  13    Ross Metheny           QB    6-2    195   1    Stephens City, Va.     Sherando                          57 Darnell Carter ...................... LB
  14    Matt Snyder            WR    6-4    205   2    Glen Allen, Va.        Deep Run                          79 Sean Cascarano.................. OL
  15    Quintin Hunter         WR    6-1    185   1    Orange, Va.            Orange County                     27 Daniel Childress .................. LB
  16    Javanti Sparrow        DB    6-0    185   1    Chesapeake, Va.        Western Branch                    49 Darren Childs ....................... LB
  17    Brandon Woods**        S     6-2    215   4    Durham, N.C.           Southern Durham                   41 Aaron Clark ........................... LB
  18    Kris Burd*             WR    5-11   190   2    Matoaca, Va.           Matoaca                           98 Nate Collins ......................... NT
  19    Ras-I Dowling**        CB    6-2    200   3    Chesapeake, Va.        Deep Creek/Hargrave Mil. Acad.    94 Matt Conrath....................... DE
  20    Tim Smith              WR    6-0    175   1    Chesapeake, Va.        Oscar Smith                        2 Chris Cook ............................ CB
  21    Chris Broadnax         CB    5-11   200   1*   Chesterfield, Va.      Cosby                             62 Billy Cuffee ............................. G
  21    Dominique Wallace      RB    6-0    230   1    Fredericksburg, Va.    Chancellor                        55 Jared Detrick ........................ LB
  22    Staton Jobe*           WR    6-0    185   3    Austin, Texas          Westlake                          59 John-Kevin Dolce .............. NT
  22    Aaron Wilson           CB    5-8    160   1*   Alexandria, Va.        T.C. Williams                     19 Ras-I Dowling...................... CB
  23    Zach Mendez-Zfass      WR    6-1    190   3    Richmond, Va.          Collegiate                        38 Patch Duda ......................... WR
  23    Dom Joseph             CB    6-1    190   2    Philadelphia, Pa.      Roman Catholic                    50 Terence Fells-Danzer ......... LB
  25    Torrey Mack            TB    6-0    195   1*   Stratford, Conn.       Stratford                         88 Paul Freedman .................... TE
  26    LaRoy Reynolds         DB    6-2    210   1    Norfolk, Va.           Maury                             84 Jared Green ........................ WR
  27    Daniel Childress       LB    6-2    215   3    Franklin, Va.          Franklin                          53 Steve Greer ........................... LB
  27    Mike Ahunamba          CB    6-0    205   1*   Bronx, N.Y.            Mount St. Michael                  4 Vic Hall .................................. QB
  28    Rodney McLeod*         S     5-10   185   2    Oxon Hill, Md.         DeMatha                           95 Kevin Harrington ............... NT
  28    Eric Thornton          WR    6-3    205   1*   Richmond, Va.          Henrico                           93 Will Hill .................................. DE
  29    Corey Lillard          DB    5-11   205   1    Remington, Va.         Liberty                           11 Chris Hinkebein ................. PK
  29    Nathan Rathjen         P     5-10   195   3    Lovettsville, Va.      Loudoun Valley                    44 Raynard Horne .................... TB
  30    Ausar Walcott          S     6-4    215   1*   Hackensack, N.J.       Hackensack                         8 Jimmy Howell ........................ P
  31    Rashawn Jackson***     FB    6-1    245   4    Jersey City, N.J.      St. Peter’s Prep                  15 Quintin Hunter .................. WR
  32    Brandon Jarvis         CB    5-9    185   4    Fairfield, Va.         Rockbridge County                 81 Dontrelle Inman ............... WR
  33    Perry Jones            RB    5-8    185   1    Chesapeake, Va.        Oscar Smith                       31 Rashawn Jackson ............... FB
  34    Matt Leemhuis          S     6-1    195   3    Bethesda, Md.          Winston Churchill                  6 Drew Jarrett......................... PK
  36    Max Milien             TB    6-0    210   2    Arlington, Va.         Yorktown                          32 Brandon Jarvis .................... CB
  37    LoVanté Battle         DB    5-10   195   1    Hampton, Va.           Phoebus                           96 Nick Jenkins ........................ NT
  37    Billy Skrobacz         FB    5-9    215   1    Richmond, Va.          Deep Run                          22 Staton Jobe ........................ WR
  38    Patch Duda             WR    6-3    187   3    Kenilworth, Ill.       New Trier                         56 Cam Johnson ....................... LB
  38    Brady Stovall          LB    6-2    230   1*   Roanoke, Va.           Cave Spring                       33 Perry Jones .......................... RB
  39    Brian Oden             WR    5-10   185   1*   Purcellville, Va.      Loudon Valley                     23 Dom Joseph ........................ CB
  39    Tucker Windle          LB    6-3    220   1    Charlotte, N.C.        Charlotte Catholic                27 Matt Kelly ................................ S
  40    Corey Mosley*          S     5-10   200   2    Richmond, Va.          Henrico                           86 Ray Keys ............................... WR
  41    Aaron Clark* (c)       LB    6-5    245   4    Fairfield, Va.         Rockbridge County                  2 Brendan Lane ..................... QB
  42    Devin Wallace          CB    5-11   200   1*   Fort Washington, Md.   Friendly                          34 Matt Leemhuis ...................... S
  43    Mike Parker**          CB    6-2    205   3    Orlando, Fla.          Edgewater                         29 Corey Lillard ........................ DB
  44    Raynard Horne*         WR    6-0    215   3    Baltimore, Md.         Overlea                           51 Collin Lundgren .................... C
  44    J.C. Poma              LB    6-2    215   3    Glen Allen, Va.        Henrico                           25 Torrey Mack .......................... TB
  45    Denzel Burrell** (c)   LB    6-4    245   4    South Orange, N.J.     Columbia                          66 John Maghamez ................... C
  46    Tory Allen-Ford        DE    6-6    205   1*   Fayetteville, Ga.      Lovejoy                           58 Jeremiah Mathis ................. LB
  46    Ryan Shaw              TE    6-4    215   1*   Berryville, Va.        Clarke County                     51 Connor McCartin ................ LB
  47    Curt Orshoski          FB    6-2    250   2    Culpeper, Va.          Culpeper                           7 Kyle McCartin ..................... QB
  47    Bill Schautz           LB    6-4    240   1*   Bloomfield, N.J.       Bergen Catholic                   28 Rodney McLeod.................... S
  49    Darren Childs*         LB    6-1    230   4    San Diego, Calif.      Mission Bay                       23 Zach Mendez-Zfass ......... WR
  50    Terence Fells-Danzer   LB    6-1    250   2    Culpeper, Va.          Culpeper                          13 Ross Metheny ..................... QB
  51    Connor McCartin        LB    6-3    205   1    Warrenton, Va.         Fauquier                          71 Matt Mihalik ........................... T
                                                                                                                68 Anthony Mihota ................... C

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  no.   name                   Pos    ht     wt     yr   hometown                high school/Previous school         no.   name                                    Pos
  51    Collin Lundgren        C      6-1    260    1    Omaha, Neb.             Millard North                        36   Max Milien ............................ TB
  52    Aaron Taliaferro       LB     6-2    230    2    Gloucester, Va.         Gloucester                           69   Lamar Milstead ..................... T
  53    Steve Greer            LB     6-2    225    1*   Solon, Ohio             Solon                                13   Chase Minnifield................ CB
  54    Justin Renfrow         DE     6-6    270    1    Morrisville, Pa.        William Penn Charter                 40   Corey Mosley ......................... S
  55    Jared Detrick**        LB     6-1    235    3    Newport News, Va.       Woodside                             39   Brian Oden.......................... WR
  56    Cam Johnson*           LB     6-4    255    2    Greenbelt, Md.          Gonzaga                              47   Curt Orshoski ....................... FB
  57    Darnell Carter         LB     6-3    245    3    Englewood, N.J.         Dwight Morrow                        43   Mike Parker .......................... CB
  58    Jeremiah Mathis        LB     6-3    235    1    Bowie, Md.              DeMatha                              92   Zane Parr .............................. DE
  59    John-Kevin Dolce*      NT     6-2    245    3    Bayshore, N.Y.          St. Anthony’s                        63   Austin Pasztor ....................... G
  60    Mike Price             C/OG   6-5    265    1*   Chesapeake, Va.         Great Bridge                         89   Colter Phillips....................... TE
  61    Will Barker*** (c)     T      6-7    320    4    Bryn Mawr, Pa.          The Haverford School                 87   Johnny Pickett ................... WR
  62    Billy Cuffee           G      6-5    320    2    Chesapeake, Va.         Deep Creek/Hargrave Mil. Acad.       60   Mike Price................................ C
  63    Austin Pasztor*        G      6-7    315    2    Langton, Ontario        Fork Union Military Academy          44   J.C. Poma ................................LB
  64    Jack Shields*          C      6-5    285    3    Duxbury, Mass.          Boston College HS                     3   Robert Randolph ............... PK
  65    B.J. Cabbell*          G      6-6    305    3    Roseland, Va.           Nelson County                        29   Nathan Rathjen ..................... P
  66    John Maghamez          C      6-3    275    1*   Ashburn, Va.            Briar Woods                          54   Justin Renfrow.................... DE
  67    Landon Bradley         T      6-7    275    2    Conway, S.C.            Conway                               26   LaRoy Reynolds.................. DB
  68    Anthony Mihota         C      6-4    275    2    Fredericksburg, Va.     Massaponax                           82   Kevin Royal ......................... WR
  69    Lamar Milstead         T      6-5    285    2    Washington, D.C.        Ballou                               91   Buddy Ruff ........................... NT
  70    Luke Bowanko           OL     6-6    275    1    Clifton, Va.            Centreville                          47   Bill Schautz ........................... LB
  71    Matt Mihalik           T      6-7    295    1*   Middlefield, Ohio       Gilmour Academy                      10   Jameel Sewell ..................... QB
  72    Oday Aboushi           OL     6-6    300    1    Staten Island, N.Y.     Xaverian                             46   Ryan Shaw ............................ TE
  74    Patrick Slebonick*     G      6-5    290    4    Stafford, Va.           North Stafford                       64   Jack Shields ............................ C
  75    Isaac Cain             G/T    6-4    300    3    Hampton, Va.            Hampton                               5   Mikell Simpson.................... TB
  77    Aaron Van Kuiken       T      6-7    305    1*   Cincinnati, Ohio        Turpin                               37   Billy Skrobacz....................... FB
  78    Hunter Steward         OL     6-7    315    1    Virginia Beach, Va.     Kellam                               74   Patrick Slebonick ................. G
  79    Sean Cascarano         OL     6-6    255    1    Glenview, Ill.          Glenbrook South                       3   Riko Smalls.......................... WR
  80    Danny Aiken**          LS     6-4    250    3    Roanoke, Va.            Cave Spring/Fork Union Mi. Acad.     85   Bobby Smith ...................... WR
  81    Dontrelle Inman**      WR     6-3    190    3    Batesburg, S.C.         Batesburg-Leesville                  14   Tim Smith ............................ WR
  82    Kevin Royal            WR     6-3    215    1    Newburg, N.Y.           Brunswick School (Conn.)             90   Jake Snyder ......................... DE
  83    Joe Torchia**          TE     6-6    250    3    Cold Spring, N.Y.       Queen of Peace                       14   Matt Snyder ........................ WR
  84    Jared Green*           WR     6-2    180    2    Vienna, Va.             Oakton                               16   Javanti Sparrow ................. DB
  85    Bobby Smith            WR     6-5    205    1    Richmond, Va.           Varina                               78   Hunter Steward.................. OL
  86    Ray Keys               WR     6-1    195    2    Rocky Mount, Va.        Franklin County                      38   Brady Stovall ........................ LB
  87    Johnny Pickett         WR     5-11   165    1*   Centreville, Va.        Westfield                            52   Aaron Taliaferro................... LB
  88    Paul Freedman          TE     6-5    250    1    Belleair Beach, Fla.    Clearwater Central Catholic          28   Eric Thornton ..................... WR
  89    Colter Phillips        TE     6-6    245    1*   Darnestown, Md.         Georgetown Prep                      83   Joe Torchia ............................ TE
  90    Jake Snyder            DE     6-4    255    1    Glen Allen, Va.         Deep Run                             99   Brent Urban ......................... DE
  91    Klinton “Buddy” Ruff   NT     6-4    310    1*   Norfolk, Va.            Norview                              77   Aaron Van Kuiken ................. T
  92    Zane Parr              DE     6-6    275    2    Williamsport, Pa.       Williamsport                          6   Marc Verica .......................... QB
  93    Will Hill              DE     6-4    250    1    Williamsburg, Va.       Lafayette                            30   Ausar Walcott......................... S
  94    Matt Conrath*          DE     6-7    270    2    Oak Lawn, Ill.          St. Rita                             42   Devin Wallace ..................... CB
  95    Kevin Harrington       NT     6-2    285    1    Newport News, Va.       Warwick                              21   Dominique Wallace .......... RB
  96    Nick Jenkins*          NT     6-3    285    2    Westminster, Md.        Good Counsel                         22   Aaron Wilson....................... CB
  98    Nate Collins*** (c)    DE     6-2    290    4    Port Chester, N.Y.      King & Low-Heywood Thomas            39   Tucker Windle ...................... LB
  99    Brent Urban            DE     6-7    280    1    Mississauga, Ont.       Lorne Park Secondary                  1   Trey Womack....................... CB
                                                                                                                      17   Brandon Woods .................... S
  (c)—captain; * Letters earned; Class–year of football eligibility in the fall of 2009; 1 = freshman; 1* = red-
  shirt freshman; 2 = sophomore; 3 = junior; 4 = senior

  CoAChIng stAFF
  Al groh (head coach)
  gregg brandon (offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach)
  Ron Prince (special teams coordinator
  dave borbely (offensive line coach)
  wayne Lineburg (running backs coach)
  Anthony Poindexter (defensive backs coach, assistant special teams coordinator)
  bob Price (tight ends coach, recruiting coordinator)
  Latrell scott (wide receivers coach)
  bob trott (linebackers coach)
  Chad wilt (defensive line coach)
  Rich bedesem (graduate assistant)
  devin Fitzsimmons (graduate assistant)


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