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					                                     GAME	2	•	SEPT.	10,	2011	•	VIRGINIA	AT	INDIANA	•	MEMORIAL	STADIUM	•	BLOOMINGTON,	IN




         VIRGINIA
                                                                                                                                        ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS
                                                                                                                                        Asst. AD for Media Relations (coach interviews): Jim Daves
                                                                                                                                          O: (434)	243-2467	•	jimdaves@virginia.edu
                                                                                                                                        Football Contact (player interviews): Vincent Briedis
                                                                                                                                          O:	(434)	982-5533	•	briedis@virginia.edu
                                                                                                                                        ON THE WEB: VirginiaSports.com


   7	COLLEGE	FOOTBALL	HALL	OF	FAMERS		•		3	NFL	HALL	OF	FAMERS		•		27	FIRST-TEAM	ALL-AMERICANS		•		108	FIRST-TEAM	ALL-ACC	HONOREES	

2011 SCHEDULE/RESULTS                                                                                                                 GAME DETAILS
Date       Opponent                     Time/Result           TV                                     VIRGINIA                         Venue                         Memorial Stadium
Sept. 3 WILLIAM & MARY              W, 40-3         ESPN3                                            CAVALIERS                        Capacity                      52,929
Sept. 10 at Indiana                 7 p.m. Big Ten Network                                           Record: 1-0       ACC: 0-0       Playing Surface               FieldTurf
Sept. 17 at North Carolina*         3:30 p.m.       ESPNU                                                                             Series vs. IU                 UVa leads, 1-0
Sept. 24 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI TBA                                   HEAD COACH: Mike London, second season
                                                                                                                                         In Bloomington             First Meeting
Oct. 1 IDAHO                        TBA                             UVa	Record:	5-8		•		Career	Record:	29-13	•	Record	vs.	IU:	0-0
                                                                                                                                         Last Meeting               2009 (UVa 47, IU 7)
Oct. 15 GEORGIA TECH1 *             TBA                                                              INDIANA                          Television                    Big Ten Network
Oct. 22 NC STATE*                   TBA                                                              HOOSIERS                         Live Stats                    VirginiaSports.com
Oct. 27 at Miami*                   8 p.m.            ESPN                                           Record: 0-1       Big Ten: 0-0
Nov. 5 at Maryland*                 TBA                                                                                               School Websites               VirginiaSports.com
Nov. 12 DUKE*                       TBA                             HEAD COACH: Kevin Wilson                                                                        IUHoosiers.com
Nov. 19 at Florida State*           TBA                             IU	Record:	0-1	•		Career	Record:	0-1	•	Record	vs.	UVa:	0-0
Nov. 26 VIRGINIA TECH*              TBA
All Times Eastern; *ACC game; 1Homecomings                          VIRGINIA TRAVELS TO INDIANA FOR BIG TEN MATCH-UP
VIRGINIA COACHING STAFF
                                                                    •	 The	University	of	Virginia	faces	Indiana	on	Saturday	for	the	second	time	in	school	history.
On the Field                                                        •	 After	winning	its	season	opener,	UVa	is	looking	to	start	the	season	2-0	for	the	first	time	since	2005,	when	the	
Mike London ............... Head Coach                              Cavaliers posted three-consecutive victories to open the season.
Bill Lazor ..................... Offensive Coordinator/QBs
Jim Reid ...................... Defensive Coordinator
Vincent Brown............. Linebackers/Asst. Special Teams Coord.   NOTING ROAD OPENERS
Shawn Moore .............. Wide Receivers                           •	 UVa	is	42-74-3	all-time	in	road	openers,	including	losses	in	its	last	five	openers	on	the	road.
Anthony Poindexter .... Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties          •	 UVa	last	won	its	first	road	game	in	2005,	a	27-24	victory	at	Syracuse.	
Scott Wachenheim ...... Offensive Line
Marques Hagans (GA).. Tight Ends/WRs                                •	 The	Cavaliers	were	0-5	on	the	road	in	2010	and	2-3	on	the	road	in	2009.

In the Press Box                                                    ON THE ROAD AGAINST NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS
Mike Faragalli.............. Running Backs                          •	 Indiana	represents	UVa’s	sole	non-conference	road	game	of	the	season.	
Jeff Hanson ................. Defensive Line
Chip West .................... Cornerbacks                          •	 It	marks	the	14th	year	in	a	row	the	Cavaliers	have	played	at	least	one	non-league	road	game.
Gordie Sammis (GA) .... Tight Ends/Offensive Line                   •	 UVa’s	last	non-conference	road	win	was	a	23-21	triumph	at	Middle	Tennessee	in	2007.
TELEVISION: Big Ten Network
P-b-P:               Tom Werme                                      VIRGINIA VS. INDIANA, BIG TEN
Analyst:             Jon Jensen                                     •	 UVa	won	the	only	meeting	between	the	two	programs	in	2009,	47-7,	at	Scott	Stadium.
Sideline Reporter:   Stacy Paetz                                    •		 In	all-time	meetings	with	schools	currently	in	the	Big	Ten,	UVa	is	5-11.
                                                                    •	 This	is	UVa’s	first-ever	trip	to	Bloomington	for	a	football	game	and	first	Big	Ten	opponent	since	playing	IU	in	‘09.
RADIO: Virginia Sports Network
P-b-P:                 Dave Koehn                                   •	 The	Cavaliers	have	a	two-game	series	scheduled	with	Big	Ten	opponent	Penn	State	in	2012	and	2013.
Analyst:               Frank Quayle                                 •		 As	a	head	coach,	Mike	London	has	not	faced	a	team	from	the	Big	Ten.
Sidelines:             Chris Slade
                                                                    LONDON IMPROVES TO 4-0 IN SEASON OPENERS
SATELLITE RADIO: Sirius 131, XM 191
                                                                    •	 In	his	career	as	a	head	coach,	Mike	London	has	won	all	four	of	his	season	openers:	2008	at	Elon	and	2009	at	Duke	
         FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW                               while	at	Richmond	and	2010	vs.	Richmond	and	2011	vs.	William	&	Mary	while	at	Virginia.
•	 UVa	will	be	playing	in	the	state	of	Indiana	for	the	second	      •	 With	the	Cavaliers’	40-3	win	over	William	&	Mary	in	the	season	opener,	Mike	London	became	the	fourth	UVa	coach	
time in program history and first time since losing at then         since 1931 to win his debut as head coach of the Cavaliers and then win the season-opening game the following
No. 1 Purdue on Sept. 21, 1968. UVa lost that game, 44-6.
•		 Saturday’s	game	serves	as	UVa’s	fifth	all-time	contest	         year.
against a school from the state of Indiana. The Cavaliers own
a 2-2 record against the state. Indiana (1-0), Purdue (1-1)         LAST MEETING: 2009 (UVA 47, INDIANA 7)
and Notre Dame (0-1).
•		 UVa’s	starting	TE	Colter	Phillips	is	the	older	brother	of	      •	 Virginia	erupted	for	47	points	and	536	yards	of	total	offense	to	smother	Indiana	in	a	Oct.	10,	2009,	Homecoming	
Indiana’s	R-Fr.	TE	Paul	Phillips.	Their	older	brother,	Andrew,	     game at Scott Stadium. Mikell Simpson rushed for four touchdowns for the Cavaliers.
was the starting LG at Stanford last season and now is taking       •	 Virginia	shut	out	Indiana	for	three	quarters	and	led	44-0	at	the	start	of	the	fourth	quarter.
graduate	classes	at	UVa’s	McIntire	School.
•		 UVa’s	starting	fullback	Max	Milien	made	his	first	career	       •	 Current	Cavaliers’	highlights	in	that	game	vs.	Indiana:	Kris	Burd	(two	receptions,	53	yards),	Steve	Greer	(six	tackles	
collegiate rushing attempt in the Indiana game at Scott             [1.5 TFL]), one pass break-up), Perry Jones (one kickoff return for 32 yards), Rodney McLeod (three tackles, one
Stadium in 2009.                                                    fumble recovered [32 yards]), Max Milien (four rushes, 14 yards), Chase Minnifield (five punt returns, long punt
•	 Virginia	scored	40	points	in	its	opening	win	over	W&M,	
giving the Cavaliers the most points scored in a season             return of 23 yards), Robert Randolph (two field goals - 37 yards and 31 yards) and Tim Smith (two receptions, 17
opener since they scored 44 at Temple in the 2004 opener.           yards).
MEDIA INFORMATION GAME NOTES • INDIANA
 VIRGINIA FOOTBALL                                                                                                                                                                                       PAGE 2

 WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE                                                  MEDIA AVAILABILITY (contact the Athletics Media Relations office for teleconference call-in numbers)
 On each Monday during the football season, the UVa
 Athletics Media Relations office will conduct the weekly            SUNDAY                      MONDAY                       TUESDAY                  WEDNESDAY                        THURSDAY
 football press conference, attended by head coach Mike
                                                                •	Mike	London	              •	Weekly	press	conference    •	Coaches	available	for	    •	Coaches	available	for	        •	Mike	London	teleconfer-
 London and selected student-athletes. London will field                                                                                             interviews.
                                                                teleconference (7 p.m.)     John Paul Jones              interviews.                                                 ence (11:30 a.m.)
 questions beginning at 3 p.m. and student-athletes will                                    Arena Press Room             •	Players	available	for	    •	Players	available	for	        •	Mike	London	with	local	
 begin interviews at 3:30 p.m. Snacks will be served.                                         (3 p.m.)                   interviews.                 interviews.                     TVs (10:15 a.m., after
                                                                                                                         •	DL	coach	Jeff	Hanson	     •	Mike	London	on	
                                                                                            •	WINA	Coaches	Radio		                                                                   practice)
                                                                                                                                                     ACC Conference Call
 Quotes from the Monday press conference will be posted                                     Show, Wild Wing Cafe         teleconference (10:20
                                                                                                                                                        (Noon)
 on VirginiaSports.com Monday afternoon.                                                      (7-8 p.m.)                 a.m.)
                                                                                                                                                     •	RB	coach	Mike	                      FRIDAY
                                                                                                                         •	LaRoy	Reynolds	telecon-
                                                                                                                                                     Faragalli teleconference
                                                                                                                         ference (10:20 a.m.)                                        •	No	availability
 PLAYER INTERVIEWS                                                                                                                                   (10:20 a.m.)
                                                                                                                                                     •	Colter	Phillips	teleconfer-
 Players are available each Monday, depending on class                                                                                               ence (10:20 a.m.)
 schedules. This is the best opportunity to interview play-
 ers. If you have specific player interview requests, they  ACC WEEKLY TELECONFERENCE                                                   ACC INJURY GUIDELINES
 should be directed to Vincent Briedis in the UVa Athletics The 12 ACC football coaches will be featured on a weekly                    On each Monday during the season, ACC schools will
 Media Relations office by Noon Sunday.                     teleconference each Wednesday (with the exception of                        announce any players who are out for the season or
                                                            Thanksgiving week) from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,                           scheduled to have surgery.
 Requested defensive players and defensive coaches will beginning Aug. 31, and concluding Tuesday, November
 be available for telephone interviews Tuesday, while       22. Each coach will have 10 minutes to make an opening                      No	other	announcements	regarding	player	injuries	will	
 offensive players and offensive coaches will be available statement and answer questions. There will be an                             be made until the end of practice on Thursday or two
 Wednesday.                                                 instant replay of each teleconference on theACC.com                         days prior to the next football game (Tuesday for
                                                            Wednesday afternoon. Transcripts of the teleconference                      Thursday game, Thursday for Saturday). On that day,
 No player or coach interviews will be arranged after       will also be available on the theACC.com each                               within	90	minutes	of	the	end	of	practice,	injured	players’	
 Wednesday during game week.                                Wednesday afternoon.                                                        playing status for the next game will be announced in
                                                                                                                                        one of five categories:
 POSTGAME INTERVIEWS                                          Frank Spaziani, Boston College .......................10:30 p.m.                       - Definitely will play
 Virginia’s	locker	room	is	closed	to	media	following	         Dabo Swinney, Clemson ..................................10:40 p.m.                     - Probable
 games, both at home and on the road.                         Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech ............................10:50 a.m.                     - Questionable
                                                              Jimbo Fisher, Florida State ..............................11:00 a.m.                   - Doubtful
 Coach London will hold his postgame press conference         Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech .............................11:10 a.m.                     - Out
 in the media room, while requested players and assis-        Randy Edsall, Maryland...................................11:20 a.m.
 tant coaches will be brought to the media room to meet       Jim Grobe, Wake Forest ...................................11:30 a.m.      ACC VIDEO CLIP SERVICE
 with media representatives after London. UVa athletics       Everett Withers, North Carolina .......................11:40 a.m.         Broadcast media outlets will be able access ACC football
 media relations personnel will take player requests dur-     Tom	O’Brien,	NC	State .....................................11:50 a.m.     highlights and press conference excerpts via the ACC
 ing the fourth quarter of each game.                         Mike London, Virginia .................................Noon               Video Clip Service (AVCS) throughout the football sea-
                                                              David Cutcliffe, Duke .......................................12:10 p.m.   son. This video content willonly be available for down-
 MEDIA GUIDE/ROSTER FILES                                     Al Golden, Miami ............................................12:20 p.m.   load in a digital file format that can be accessed on the
 Virginia’s	fact	book	will	be	available	online	throughout	                                                                              AVCS. To register for this service contact Scott McBurney,
 the season at VirginiaSports.com/football. Virginia has      ACC FOOTBALL COACHES TELECONFERENCES ALSO                                 Assistant Commissioner/ACC Advanced Media, at
 ceased production of media guides.                           AVAILABLE IN PODCAST FORM                                                 smcburney@theacc.org	or	call	336.851.6067.
                                                              Podcasts	of	the	ACC’s	Coaches	Teleconferences	will	be	
 The most up-to-date Virginia roster files also are avail-    available on the website at the following link. They will
 able at VirginiaSports.com/football.
                                                                                                                                            PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
                                                              be posted by late Wednesday afternoon each week dur-                          PLAYERS
                                                              ing the season for football, and will also be available for
                                                              basketball. Beginning next week, the podcast will be                          Oday Aboushi ........................ah-BOO-shee
 WEEKLY GAME NOTES
                                                              located on the normal ACC Football Coaches                                    Mike Ahunamba....................ah-hoo-NOM-bah
 Virginia’s	game	notes	will	be	available	beginning	
                                                              Teleconference page. To access the podcasts, go to the                        Chris Brathwaite....................BRATH-wait
 Monday at the weekly press conference. They also can
                                                              following link:                                                               Sean Cascarano .....................Cass-car-AH-no
 be accessed online in PDF format at VirginiaSports.com/
                                                              http://www.theacc.com/podcasts/acc-network-pod-                               Henyr Coley ...........................COAL-ee
 football. If you are interested in receiving the weekly      casts.html                                                                    Trevor Grywatch ....................GRY-watch
 game notes via email, please contact Jim Daves               You can listen in iTunes and subscribe to the free feed to                    Chris Hinkebein .....................hinka-BINE
 (jimdaves@virginia.edu).                                     receive	each	week’s	new	content	as	it	becomes	available.                      Ted Kefalas ............................KA-fall-ES
                                                                                                                                            Nick Koutris ...........................KOO-tres
 UVA iPHONE APP                                               COLLEGEPRESSBOX.COM                                                           Rodney McLeod.....................mac-loud
 The University of Virginia iPhone App is available. Fans     The ACC again has contracted with the FWAA for its web                        Bill Schautz ...........................shouts
 may download the App by searching for “Virginia” or          service, collegepressbox.com, a media web portal for                          Aaron Taliaferro .....................talia-FERRO
 “University of Virginia” in iTunes and then scrolling down   ACC Football. This is a football-only site which assists the                  Dominique Terrell ..................Tur-RELL
 to the Apps section. An athletics sub-App is included        media, both locally and nationally, in covering ACC foot-                     Michael Terrell .......................Tur-RELL
 which	features	live	stats	for	football	and	men’s	basket-     ball on a more user-friendly basis. Login information will
                                                              be distributed to accredited media or you can apply for a                     Ausar Walcott ........................ah -SAR
 ball, schedule, results, and news information for each of
 UVa sports programs, articles from Jeff White, audio and     password by sending an e-mail to
                                                              password@collegepressbox.com.                                                 Coaches
 video content and more.                                                                                                                    Mike Faragalli........................Fair-uh-GALL-ee
                                                                                                                                            Bill Lazor ...............................LAY-zor
                                                                                                                                            Scott Wachenheim ................WAH-ken-hime
OFFENSE NOTES                                                                                                                                                                      PAGE 3

RED ZONE ACCURACY                                                                       BREAKDOWN OF STARTERS RETURNING/LOST FROM 2010 TEAM
•	 In	its	first	game	of	the	2011	season,	Virginia	was	5-of-
5 with three touchdowns and two field goals in the red             HOOS BACK                                                  HOOS GONE
zone.                                                              OFFENSE (8)                                                OFFENSE (3)
•	 UVa	finished	the	2010	season	ranked	No.	80	in	the	              Perry Jones, TB                                            Marc Verica, QB
nation in red zone statistics (39-of-49 for 79.6 percent).         •	646	rushing	yards	in	11	starts	last	season               •	No.	6	all-time	at	UVa	with	4,992	passing	yards
                                                                   Max Milien, FB                                             Keith Payne, TB
22 CAVALIERS EARN FIRST PLAYING TIME                               •	Appeared	in	11	of	UVa’s	12	games                         •	Led	all	UVa	rushers	in	2010	with	749	yards
•	 Twenty-two	Cavaliers	made	their	first	appearance	in	            Kris Burd, WR                                              B.J. Cabbell, OG
a UVa uniform against William and Mary. Playing for the            •	Led	the	team	with	58	catches	in	2010                     •	Three-year	starter	at	right	guard
                                                                   Colter Phillips, TE
first time last Saturday was Thompson Brown**, Henry
                                                                   •	18	catches	for	155	yards	and	3	TDs                       DEFENSE (3)
Coley, Conner Davis, Matt Fortin, Miles Gooch, Anthony
                                                                   Anthony Mihota, C                                          Zane Parr, DE
Harris**, D.J. Hill**, Drequan Hoskey, Darius Jennings**,
                                                                   •	Anchored	ACC’s	No.	4	pass	offense	                       •	Started	11	games	and	had	48	tackles	in	‘10
Kelby Johnson**, Kameron Mack**, Jake McGee,
                                                                   Austin Pasztor, OG                                         Darnell Carter, LB
Demetrious Nicholson**, Kevin Parks, Brandon Phelps**,
                                                                   •	One	of	seven	UVa	players	to	start	all	12	games           •	Tied	for	second	on	team	with	8.0	TFL	in	‘10
Clifton Richardson**, Daquan Romero**, Khalek                                                                                 Devin Wallace, CB
                                                                   Oday Aboushi, OT
Shepherd, Zachary Swanson, Dominique Terrell**, Cody                                                                          •	Broke	up	a	team-best	six	passes;	38	tackles
                                                                   •	Saw	action	in	897	plays,	including	838	on	offense
Wallace and David Watford**. Of those 22, 12 were true             Morgan Moses, OT
freshman (as noted by **).                                         •	Phil	Steele’s	Postseason	fourth	team	Freshman	           SPECIAL TEAMS (1)
•	 Three	Virginia	players	started	for	the	first	time	in	their	     All-American                                               Danny Aiken, LS
career	vs.	William	&	Mary:	Michael	Rocco,	Demetrious	                                                                         •	Appeared	in	383	plays	in	his	49-game	career
Nicholson and Luke Bowanko.                                        DEFENSE (8)
                                                                   Cam Johnson, DE
NOTING TRUE FRESHMEN AROUND THE NATION                             •	On	the	Lombardi	Award	watch	list
•	 Virginia	played	12	true	freshmen	in	its	season	opener.	         Ausar Walcott, OLB
Based on a survey of FBS media relations contacts, here            •	Appeared	in	12	games	in	2010	and	started	11
is a breakdown:                                                    Matt Conrath, DT
School           Opponent # of True Freshmen Played
Texas            Rice                                  18          •	36	tackles	and	2.5	sacks	in	‘10
Auburn           Utah State                            13          Nick Jenkins, DT
Virginia         William & Mary                        12          •	Captain,	43	tackles	and	3.0	TFL	in	2010
Tennessee        Montana                               12          LaRoy Reynolds, OLB
Clemson          Troy                                  12
Ohio State       Akron                                 12          •	11	starts	and	led	the	team	with	66	tackles	in	2010
Wyoming          Weber State                           11          Corey Mosley, FS
Florida State Louisiana-Monroe                         11          •	Two	interceptions,	52	tackles	and	3.5	TFL	in	‘10
California       Fresno State                          10          Rodney McLeod, SS
Indiana          Ball State                            10
North Carolina James Madison                           10          •	Captain,	named	spring’s	most	improved	player	(def.)
Kent State       Alabama                               10          Chase Minnifield, CB
Tulane           SE Louisiana                          10          •	No.	2	in	ACC	and	No.	5	nationally	with	6	INTs	in	‘10
Arkansas         Missouri State                        10
Louisville       Murray State                          10
                                                                   SPECIAL TEAMS (3)
                                                                   Jimmy Howell, P
ROCCO SHINES IN FIRST-CAREER START
                                                                   •	Phil	Steele’s	preseason	All-ACC	fourth	team	(2011)
•	 Making	his	first	career	start,	UVa	QB	Michael	Rocco	
went 8-of-8 in the first quarter, finding seven different          Robert Randolph, PK
receivers. Rocco started the game 11-of-11 passing until           •	30-37	career	FGM	heading	into	2011	season
his attempt to Kris Burd with 2:19 left in the opening             Jacob Hodges, HD
half was batted away by a Tribe defender.                          •	Primary	holder	on	FG	and	PAT	attempts	in	2010
•	 Entering	the	2011	season	with	25	career	passing	
attempts, Rocco completed 21-of-29 attempts for 174              KRIS BURD MOVING UP RECEIVING CHARTS                         •		 Burd	is	also	in	UVa’s	top	20	for	career	receptions	(tied	
yards.                                                           •	 Kris	Burd	now	ranks	No.	15	all-time	in	the	UVa	annals	    for No. 14, 100 receptions).
•	 Rocco	became	the	sixth	Virginia	quarterback	since	            in career receiving yards with 1,306.                        •		 Next	up	for	Burd	on	the	all-time	UVa	receptions	list:
1955 to pass for at least 170 yards in their first-career        •		 Burd	has	made	at	least	once	catch	in	24	of	the	last	         Rank Name (Years Played)                   Receptions
start. Here is a breakdown of the most passing yards by a        25 games for the Cavaliers. The only game in the streak          10 Patrick Jeffers (1992-95)                      108
Virginia QB in their first-ever start:                           where Burd did not make a reception was the 2009                 11 Terry Kirby (1989-92)                          105
                                                                 contest at Miami where UVa had only 75 passing yards.            12 Tyrone Davis (1991-94)                         103
Year (Opp.)        Name           A-C-I          Yards   TD      •		 Next	up	for	Burd	on	the	all-time	UVa	receiving	list:
1997 (Auburn)      Aaron Brooks 41-25-1          305     2                                                                               Bruce McGonnigal (1987-90)                 103
                                                                     Rank Name (Years Played)               Receiving Yards
1994 (Navy)        Mike Groh      35-26-1        257     3                                                                        14 Tom Fadden (1973-76)                           100
                                                                     11 Alvin Pearman (2001-04)                   1,396
1964 (WFU)         Bob Davis      27-14-2        250     0           12 Kevin Coffey (1998-2000)                  1,347                  Kris Burd (2008-present)                  100
1989 (Clemson)     Matt Blundin 34-14-2          248     2           13 Kevin Ogletree (2005-06, 2008)            1,332
1999 (Ga. Tech)    David Rivers 30-18-1          228     3       	 14	 Demetrius	‘Pete’	Allen	(1992-95)	 1,312
1993 (Maryland)    Symmion Willis 23-15-1        192     2
                                                                     15 Kris Burd (2008-present)                  1,306
2011 (W&M)         Michael Rocco 29-21-0         174     0
OFFENSE NOTES                                                                                                                                                                                           PAGE 4

                                                                                    •	With	114	yards	rushing	in	his	collegiate	debut	against	      NOTING VIRGINIA QUARTERBACKS
  2011 ACC STANDINGS                                                                William	&	Mary,	Kevin	Parks	became	the	64th	different	         GAME-BY-GAME
                                 Conference                Overall                  Cavalier to have passed the century mark in rushing
  Atlantic                         W L                     W     L                  yards while wearing a UVa uniform.                             MICHAEL ROCCO
  Clemson                          0    0                  1     0                                                                                 2011 (1)
  Florida State                    0    0                  1     0                  PLENTY OF OPTIONS                                              Passing                 A-C-I      Yds TD Long Sack
  NC State                         0    0                  1     0                  •		 Virginia	had	10	different	receivers	catch	at	least	one	    Sept.	3	William	&	Mary	 29-21-0	   174	 0	 40	 0
  Maryland                         0    0                  0     0                  pass	against	William	&	Mary.	                                  2009 (6)
                                                                                    •		 In	2010	UVa	used	19	different	receivers,	which	            Passing                 A-C-I      Yds   TD   Long   Sack
  Boston College                   0    0                  0     1
                                                                                    matched the most by a Cavalier team since the 1959             Sept. 25 VMI            6-4-1      64    1    29     0
  Wake Forest                      0    0                  0     1                                                                                 Oct. 16 North Carolina 8-3-1       45    0    28     0
                                                                                    season.
  Coastal                           W          L           W          L                                                                            Oct. 23 Eastern Mich. 2-1-0        11    0    11     0
                                                                                    •	 Eight	different	players	had	rushes	for	gain	against	the	
                                                                                                                                                   Nov. 13 Maryland        3-1-0      9     0    9      0
  Georgia Tech                      0          0           1          0             Tribe.
                                                                                                                                                   Nov. 20 at BC           3-3-0      12    0    5      0
  North Carolina                    0          0           1          0                                                                            Nov. 27 at Va. Tech     3-1-0      2     0    2      0
  VIRGINIA                          0          0           1          0             SMITH CATCHES CAREER-HIGH SEVEN PASSES                         Totals (7 games)        54-34-2    317   1    40     0
  Virginia Tech                     0          0           1          0             •		 WR	Tim	Smith’s	first	game	back	after	missing	the	
  Miami                             0          0           0          0             final	10	games	of	2010	with	an	injury	commenced	with	          ROSS METHENY
  Duke                              0          0           0          1             a career-high seven receptions in the season opener vs.        2011 (1)
                                                                                    W&M,	topping	the	three	he	had	at	Southern	Miss	during	         Passing                 A-C-I      Yds TD Long Sack
  2011 PRESEASON ACC POLL                                                           his true freshman season in 2009.                              Sept.	3	William	&	Mary	 2-2-0	     36	 0	 26	 0
  Atlantic Division                                                                                                                                2009 (4)
  1. Florida State (65)............................................... 420          RANDOLPH TIED FOR THIRD IN FIELD GOAL PER-                     Passing                 A-C-I      Yds   TD   Long   Sack
  2. Clemson (4) ....................................................... 286        CENTAGE IN THE HISTORY OF THE ACC                              Sept. 25 VMI            5-4-0      53    1    19     0
  3. NC State............................................................. 270      •		 Senior	PK	Robert	Randolph	has	connected	on	34-of-          Oct. 2 FSU              9-7-0      68    1    15     2
  3. Boston College (2) ............................................. 224                                                                          Oct. 16 North Carolina 1-0-1       0     0    0      0
                                                                                    41 (82.9 percent) field goal attempts in his career, which
  5. Maryland.......................................................... 211                                                                        Nov. 27 at Va. Tech     2-2-0      50    1    34     0
  6. Wake Forest ........................................................ 80        ranks him tied for third in the history of the ACC:
                                                                                                                                                   Totals (5 games)        19-15-1    207   3    34     2

  Coastal Division                                                                  Player, School (Yrs)         FG%                   FG-FGA
                                                                                    Brandon Pace, VT (2004-06)     85.3                 58-68      DAVID WATFORD
  1. Virginia Tech (66) ............................................... 421         Connor Hughes, UVa (2002-05)   83.5                 66-79      2011 (1)
  2. Miami (4) .......................................................... 328       Robert Randolph, UVa (2008-11) 82.9                 34-41      Passing                 A-C-I      Yds TD Long Sack
  3. North Carolina ................................................... 287         Bob Paulling, CU (1979-83)     82.9                 34-41      Sept.	3	William	&	Mary	 3-5-0	     46	 0	 17	 1
  4. Georgia Tech (1)................................................. 226          Will Snyderwine, DU (2009-11) 82.6                  38-46      Totals (1 game)         3-5-0      46 0 17 1
  5. Virginia .............................................................. 132    Bold indicates active player
  6. Duke .................................................................... 96
                                                                                    •		 Randolph	made	a	career-high	four	field	goals	against	     JENNINGS SHOWS DIVERSITY IN DEBUT
  ACC Championship Votes                                                                                                                          •	 Darius	Jennings	made	his	collegiate	debut	in	impres-
                                                                                    William	&	Mary	and	has	made	14	of	his	last	15	field	goal	
  1. Florida State ........................................................ 50                                                                    sive	fashion	against	William	&	Mary	-	the	true	freshman	
  2. Virginia Tech ........................................................ 18      attempts. He had a streak of 10-straight makes in 2010.
                                                                                    •		 Randolph,	who	scored	on	a	fake	field	goal	at	Duke	in	     had a team-best three plays that went for 20 or more
  3. Clemson ................................................................ 2
                                                                                    2010, was one of only two kickers to record a touchdown       yards. All three came from three different avenues –
  4. Boston College ...................................................... 1
                                                                                    last	season	in	FBS	play.	He’s	the	only	ACC	kicker	to	find	    punt return (27 yards), reception (26 yards) and kick
                                                                                    the end zone since at least the 2005 season.                  return (21 yards).
BURD’S 100-YARD GAMES                                                               •		 For complete information on Randolph’s career
•	 Kris	Burd	racked	up	four	100-yard	receiving	games	in	                            field goals, please see page 28.                              EXPERIENCE ON THE O LINE
2010 and for his career.                                                                                                                          •	 Virginia	is	among	the	national	leaders	for	combined	
•	 He	was	the	first	Cavalier	to	put	up	four	100-yard	                               TIGHT ENDS CONTINUE TO PRODUCE                                offensive line starts heading into 2011. The list:
receiving games in a year since Billy McMullen in 2001.                             •	 Virginia	has	been	strong	at	tight	end	over	the	last	         158 (SMU)                  80 (Colorado)
•	 With	four	career	100-yard	receiving	games,	Burd	is	                              decade, and that continues with Colter Phillips, Paul           137 (Northwestern)         79 (Purdue)
tied for seventh on the all-time UVa list. His next 100-                            Freedman and Jeremiah Mathis back for 2011.                     118 (UAB)                  78 (Wyoming)
yard game would put him in a tie for sixth place with                               •	 The	trio	combined	for	36	receptions	for	264	yards	and	       116 (Clemson)              77 (Ohio State)
five (Patrick Jeffers).                                                             five TDs in 2010.                                               114 (Tulsa)                76 (Alabama)
                                                                                    •		 	UVa	TEs	have	caught	521	passes	for	5,634	yards	and	46	     106 (BYU)                  76 (Oklahoma State)
PARKS BURSTS ONTO THE SCENE                                                         TDs since 2001, by far the best figures in the ACC in that      105 (Florida State)        73 (Kentucky)
                                                                                    span.
•		 With	three	touchdowns	against	William	&	Mary	in	the	                                                    Years      Rec.    Yards     TD
                                                                                                                                                    104 (Middle Tennessee)     71 (San Diego State)
season opener, Virginia redshirt freshman tailback Kevin                            Patrick Estes           2001-04    28      252       2
                                                                                                                                                    99 (Ohio)                  71 (UCLA)
Parks became the first Cavalier to rush for three touch-                            Chris Luzar             2001       33      380       0          98 (Virginia Tech)         70 (South Carolina)
downs	(overall)	since	Keith	Payne’s	four	touchdowns	in	                             Heath Miller            2002-04    144     1703      20         94 (Louisiana-Monroe)      69 (Illinois)
2010 vs. Richmond and first Cavalier to rush for three                              Tom Santi               2004-07    97      1184      6          92 (Boise State)           67 (Wake Forest)
touchdowns (in his collegiate debut) since Bob Davis in                             Jonathan Stupar         2004-07    80      803       3          91 (Oregon State)          65 (Navy)
1964.                                                                               John Phillips           2005-08    69      670       5          91 (San Jose State)        64 (Central Michigan)
•	 Parks	finished	with	114	yards,	ranking	ninth	in	rush-                            Joe Torchia             2007-10    24      263       2          90 (Utah State)            64 (Eastern Michigan)
ing yards among Cavalier RBs who have scored three or                               Colter Phillips         2009-10    23      189       3          86 (UCF)                   63 (Vanderbilt)
more touchdowns in a game.                                                          Paul Freedman           2009-10    9       104       1          85 (Georgia)               63 (Notre Dame)
                                                                                    Jeremiah Mathis         2009-10    3        11       1                                     63 (Virginia)
OFFENSE/DEFENSE NOTES                                                                                                                                                                           PAGE 5

PRO STYLE OFFENSE PAYS DIVIDENDS                               MINNIFIELD MOVES UP CAREER LIST                               UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
•	 With	496	yards	of	total	offense	in	its	season	opener,	      •	 Minnifield	enters	the	2011	season	in	a	14th-place	tie	     Location .......................................... Charlottesville, VA
UVa has amassed over 400 yards of total offense in 6-of-       on	UVa’s	all-time	interceptions	ledger	with	10	career	        Founded .............................1819 by Thomas Jefferson
13 games since offensive coordinator Bill Lazor brought        picks.                                                        Enrollment ............... 21,049 (Undergraduate 14,039)
his	pro-style	attack	to	Charlottesville.		UVa’s	2010	season	   •	 Minnifield	is	tied	with	six	others:	Bill	Dudley	(1939-     President ......................................... Teresa A. Sullivan
finale is the only game during the Mike London tenure          41), Bill King (1950-52), George Stetter (1964-66), Steve     Athletics Director ................................Craig Littlepage
were the Cavaliers failed to amass at least 300 yards of       Sroba (1971-73), Percy Ellsworth (1992-95) and Paul           Facutly Athletics Rep ................... Carolyn M. Callahan
total offense.                                                 London (1992-95).                                             Nicknames ............................ Cavaliers,	Wahoos,	‘Hoos
                                                               •	 With	his	next	interception	Minnifield	will	move	into	a	    Mascot ........................................................... Cavalier
LOPSIDED OPENING VICTORY                                       ninth-place tie on the UVa list.                              Colors ............................................... Orange and Blue
•	 Virginia	topped	William	&	Mary	in	the	season	opener	        •	 Keith	McMeans	(1987-90)	holds	the	UVa	interceptions	       Song .................................................... Good Old Song
40-3, giving UVa a 37-point margin of victory. The             record with 17.                                               Stadium Complex ............................Carl Smith Center,
triumph was the most lopsided opener for the Cavaliers                                                                         Home of David A. Harrison, III Field at Scott Stadium
since they dismantled Kansas on the road to start the        MINNIFIELD’S 2011 PRESEASON HONORS                              Capacity ............................................................61,500
1990 season, 59-10.                                          •	 Virginia	cornerback	Chase	Minnifield	has	been	               Playing Surface ....................Prescription Athletic Turf
•		 Current	UVa	wide	receivers	coach	Shawn	Moore	was	        recognized as one of 30 NCAA football bowl subdivision
                                                                                                                             Affiliations .....................................NCAA, Division I-A,
UVa’s	starting	QB	for	the	49-point	victory	when	he	was	      student-athletes who excel both on and off the field and
                                                             were	tabbed	as	candidates	for	the	football	Lowe’s	Senior	                                                Atlantic Coast Conference
16-of-27 for 254 yard passing with 3 TDs.
                                                             CLASS Award.
                                                             •		 To	be	eligible	for	the	award,	a	student-athlete	must	be	    FOOTBALL INFORMATION
WINNING THE TIME OF POSSESSION BATTLE
                                                             classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable        First Year of Football .............................................1888
•		 Virginia	won	the	time	of	possession	battle	(37:24	to	
                                                             achievements in four areas of excellence - classroom,           All-Time Record ................. 620-548-48 (121st season)
22:36).		It	was	only	the	sixth	time	during	Mike	London’s	
                                                             character, community and competition.                           All-Time ACC Record ............. 157-211-4 (57th season)
UVa tenure where the Cavaliers have held the ball longer •		 Minnifield	is	one	of	three	players	from	the	ACC	on	the	
                                                                                                                             ACC Championships....................................1989, 1995
than their opponent. London-led teams at UVa are now list of 30 candidates. Will Snyderwine (placekicker) of
3-3 when winning the possession battle.                                                                                      All-Time Bowl Record ........................................... 7-10
                                                             Duke and Dawson Zimmerman (punter) of Clemson also
•		 In	2010	UVa	also	won	it	in	the	VMI,	North	Carolina,	     represent the ACC on the list.
Miami, Duke and Boston College games.                                                                                        TEAM INFORMATION
                                                             •		 Minnifield	finished	No.	2	in	the	ACC	and	No.	5	nation-
                                                                                                                             2010 Record .......................................................... 4-8
                                                             ally with six interceptions in 2010. A SI.com Honorable
UNDER THE LIGHTS                                             Mention All-American, Minnifield also had 48 tackles.           ACC Record (Finish) .....1-7 (T-sixth in Coastal Division)
•	 UVa	is	9-7	in	night	games	since	2006,	including	a	6-2	 The Lexington, Ky., native shared ACC defensive back               Starters Returning....................................................16
mark in Scott Stadium.                                       of the week honors with teammate Corey Mosley after                               (8 on offense, including, 8 on defense,
                                                             snaring	two	interceptions	in	UVa’s	24-19	upset	of	No.	22	       	                                   plus	punter	&	place	kicker)
DEFENSE SHUTTING IT DOWN                                     Miami.                                                          Starters Lost ..............................................................6
•	 Virginia	held	William	&	Mary	to	169	total	yards	in	the	 •			Minnifield	is	on	the	Jim	Thrope	Award,	Lott	IMPACT	                  (3 on offense, 3 on defense, plus long snapper)
season-opener, the fewest yards gained by an opponent Trophy and Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch Lists. Most                    Lettermen Returning ...............................................39
since Duke only managed 100 total yards on Sept. 30,         recently Minnifield was announced as a nominee for the                              (18 offense, 18 defense, 3 specialists)
2006, in Durham.                                             2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team.                             Lettermen Lost ........................................................23
•	 The	three	points	scored	by	W&M	was	the	fewest	since	 •	 Minnifield	was	also	named	a	2011	Playboy Preseason                                      (12 offense, 9 defense, 2 specialists)
North Carolina also managed three on Oct. 3, 2009 - a        All-American.                                                   Offensive Alignment ..................................... Pro-style
16-3 UVa triumph.                                                                                                            Defensive Alignment ............................................. 4-3
                                                             SIXTEEN RETURNING STARTERS
•	 The	three	points	were	the	fewest	scored	by	a	UVa	
                                                             •	 The	2011	roster	features	16	returning	starters	(eight	       COACHING STAFF
opponent in a season-opener since the Cavaliers shut out
                                                             on defense, eight on offense).                                  Mike London ............................................. Head Coach
Duke, 27-0, to open the 2003 season.
                                                             •	 Virginia	has	had	at	least	10	returning	starters	every	       Jim Reid ......Assoc. Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator
                                                             year since 1998.                                                Bill Lazor ............. Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
NICHOLSON WASTES NO TIME MAKING AN IMPACT
                                                             •	 Overall,	UVa	welcomes	39	lettermen	back.                     Anthony Poindexter ...... Special Teams Coord./Safeties
ON ‘D’
•	 Freshman	CB	Demetrious	Nicholson	was	the	first	true	                                                                      Jeff Hanson ......Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Line
                                                             11 RETURNERS MADE FIRST STARTS IN 2010                          Vincent Brown...Linebackers/Asst. Special Teams Coord.
freshman to start a season-opening game for UVa since
                                                             •		 Sixteen	Cavaliers	broke	into	the	starting	lineup	for	the	   Mike Faragalli ...................................... Running Backs
Branden Albert in 2005 against Western Michigan at
                                                             first time during the 2010 season.                              Shawn Moore .......................................Wide Receivers
Scott Stadium.
                                                             •		 Of	those,	11	players	are	back	for	the	‘Hoos	in	2011:	       Scott Wachenheim ...................................... Tight Ends
•		 He	is	the	first	true	freshman	to	start	on	defense	since	
                                                             Terence Fells-Danzer (FB), Dom Joseph (FS), Jake Snyder         Chip West ................................................. Cornerbacks
Ahmad Brooks opened up the 2003 season at linebacker
                                                             (DE), Morgan Moses (RT), Paul Freedman (TE), Oday
in Scott Stadium against Duke.                                                                                               Marques Hagans ............................ Graduate Assistant
                                                             Aboushi (RT), Perry Jones (TB), Max Milien (FB), LaRoy
•		 Nicholson	also	became	the	first	freshman	to	start	the	                                                                   Gordie Sammis ............................... Graduate Assistant
                                                             Reynolds (SLB), Aaron Taliaferro (MLB) and Ausar
season-opener at the cornerback position since Kevin                                                                         Brad Robbins.........Graduate Assistant (non-coaching)
                                                             Walcott (WLB).
Cook did so in 1986, when the Cavaliers faced South                                                                          Brennan Schmidt ..Graduate Assistant (non-coaching)
Carolina in Scott Stadium.
•		 Nicholson	recorded	his	first-career	interception	in	the	
third quarter and returned it 31 yards.
OFFENSE/DEFENSE NOTES                                                                                                                                                               PAGE 6

2011 VIRGINIA HONORS                                          FOUR CAPTAINS NAMED FOR 2011 TEAM                                DID YOU KNOW?
                                                              •	 Virginia	will	have	four	team	captains	this	season.            •	 UVa’s	oldest	living	football	alum,	Dr.	John	Risher,	
College Football Performance National PK of the Week
Robert Randolph (Sept. 5)                                     •	 The	captains:	senior	DT	Nick	Jenkins,	junior	TB	Perry	        turned 101 years old this year; he also works in the press
                                                              Jones, senior S Rodney McLeod and senior WR Matt
Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Candidate                                                                                            box on the UVa stats crew on game day.
Chase Minnifield                                              Snyder.
                                                                                                                               •		 UVa’s	Homecoming	game	against	Georgia	Tech	on	
Preseason All-Atlantic Coast Conference (Media)                                                                                Oct. 15 will celebrate to the day the 80th birthday of
Chase Minnifield (first-team)                                 SIX COMPETING AS GRADUATE STUDENTS
                                                              •	 Six	Cavaliers	have	received	their	undergraduate	              Scott Stadium. UVa hosted VMI on Oct. 15, 1931 in the
Ted Hendricks Award Watch List                                degrees and will be participating as graduate students           inaugural	game	in	the	hallowed	edifice.		Dr.	Risher’s	only	
Cam Johnson
                                                              this season.                                                     season playing for UVa was the 1931 campaign and he
Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nominee                         •	 UVa	has	had	125	players	play	as	grad	students	in	the	
Chase Minnifield                                                                                                               was on the sidelines for that inaugural game.
                                                              past 22 season.                                                  •		 UVa	QB	Michael	Rocco	and	WR	Dominique	Terrell	share	
Lombardi Award Watch List                                     •	 The	six	UVa	student-athletes	competing	as	graduate	
Cam Johnson                                                                                                                    a unique bond as both from 2006-08 could be spotted
                                                              students are: FB Terence Fells-Danzer, PK Chris Hinke-
Mackey Award Watch List                                                                                                        at Liberty football games watching their older brothers
                                                              bein, CB Dom Joseph, CB Chase Minnifield, WR Matt
Colter Phillips                                                                                                                play together for the Flames. Zach Terrell and Chris Rocco
                                                              Snyder and OLB Aaron Taliaferro.
Thorpe Award Watch List                                                                                                        were teammates for three years together in Lynchburg
Chase Minnifield                                                                                                               where current UVa offensive line coach Scott Wachen-
                                                              MCLEOD, PASZTOR NAMED SPRING’S MOST
Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List                                 IMPROVED                                                         heim was the offensive coordinator.
Chase Minnifield
                                                              •	 Prior	to	the	team’s	annual	spring	game,	head	coach	           •		 Ausar	Walcott	has	a	unique	story	behind	the	meaning	
Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List                             Mike London announced the recipients of the Rock Weir            of his name first name. His mother, Pamela Robinson,
Chase Minnifield                                              Awards representing the most improved players during             named him Ausar, which is a derivative of Osiris, the
Preseason Playboy All-American                                spring drills.                                                   Egyptian god of the afterlife. Osiris is classically depicted
Chase Minnifield                                              •	 Senior	S	Rodney	McLeod	was	the	most	improved	
                                                                                                                               with two large ostrich feathers at either side, ironic since
Phil Steele Preseason All-ACC Team                            player on defense, while senior OG Austin Pasztor was
Cam Johnson (second-team)                                                                                                      Ausar has stated over his life people have told him it
                                                              tabbed	the	offense’s	most	improved	player.
Chase Minnifield (second-team)                                                                                                 looks like he runs like an ostrich.
Kris Burd (fourth-team)
Steve Greer (fourth-team)                                     UVA WALK-ON SUCCESS                                              •		 2011	marks	the	fourth	season	in	a	row	that	UVa	has	
Jimmy Howell (fourth-team)
Rodney McLeod (fourth-team)                                   •		 Virginia	has	had	remarkable	success	with	walk-ons	           seven home games on the schedule.
Morgan Moses (fourth-team)                                    through the years.                                               •		 Chase	Minnifield’s	full	name	is	Chase	Onassis	Minni-
Colter Phillips (fourth-team)
Austin Pasztor (fourth-team)                                  •	 UVa’s	third-leading	receiver	in	2010,	Matt	Snyder,	is	a	      field. His father, former NFL Pro Bowler Frank Minnifield,
                                                              former walk-on.                                                  named him after Chase Manhattan Bank and Aristotle
                                                              •	 Notable	former	UVa	walk-ons	include:                          Onassis with the purpose of wanting Chase to always
  CAREER STARTS                                                - All-time leading scorer PK Connor Hughes
                                                                                                                               strive for success and excellence. Frank also said that “we
  Name, Pos.                 ’08   ’09   ‘10   ‘11   Career    - NFL Pro Bowl DE Patrick Kerney
  Matt Conrath, DE           12    10    11    1     34                                                                        figured	it	wouldn’t	hurt	by	having	Minnifield	attached	
                                                               - NFL 1,000-yard WR Patrick Jeffers
  Austin Pasztor, LG         8     12    12    1     33        - Academic All-America DB Stephen Phelan                        on the end.”
  Nick Jenkins, NT           6     11    12    1     30                                                                        •	Cornerback	Demetrious	Nicholson	has	been	growing	
                                                               - Two-year starting FB Kase Luzar
  Kris Burd, WR              0     12    12    1     25
  Corey Mosley, S            9     4     9     1     24        - ILB Jon Copper (301 career tackles)                           his	signature	dread	locks	since	the	summer	of	2005,	just	
  Cam Johnson, LB            0     10    12    1     23        - S Byron Glaspy (four-year starter)                            before he entered the sixth grade.
  Rodney McLeod, S           0     11    9     1     21                                                                        •	 Freshman	DB	Brandon	Phelps	is	living	in	the	exact	
  Landon Bradley, LT         0     12    6     0     18       PHILLIPS BROTHERS NOMINATED FOR COURAGE                          same dorm room that his father, Gary, occupied during
  Colter Phillips, TE        *     6     10    1     17       IN SPORTS AWARD
  Chase Minnifield, CB       1     1     12    1     15                                                                        his freshman season at UVa. Gary Phelps lettered in 1982
                                                              •	 Cavalier	TE	Colter	Phillips	and	his	brothers	Andrew,	
  Steve Greer, LB            *     12    1     1     14                                                                        and 1983 for head coach George Welsh.
  Anthony Mihota, C          1     0     11    1     13       Paul	and	Willy	are	nominated	for	America’s	Choice	
                                                              Honor	for	Courage	in	Sports.	The	America’s	Choice	Honor	         •	 Cavalier	TE	Colter	Phillips	has	two	brothers	who	also	
  Oday Aboushi, RT           *     0     12    1     13
  LaRoy Reynolds, LB         *     0     11    1     12       recognizes individuals that have overcome monumental             played college football - Andrew was a former guard at
  Perry Jones, TB            *     0     11    1     12       challenges to achieve greatness in the world of sports.          Stanford and Paul is a sophomore tight end at Indiana.
  Ausar Walcott, LB          *     0     11    0     11       The winner will be announced on a one-hour “Courage in           •	 Air	Force	Academy	graduate	and	UVa	assistant	coach	
  Max Milien, FB             0     0     7     1     8        Sports” special airing at 5 p.m. on Nov. 13 on CBS
  Morgan Moses, RT           *     *     7     1     8
                                                                                                                               Scott	Wachenhim	was	awarded	his	bachelor’s	degree	by	
  Aaron Taliaferro, LB       0     0     6     1     7
                                                              •		 The	Phillips	brothers	–	all	standout	football	players	–	     then-President Ronald Reagan
  Matt Snyder, WR            0     3     2     1     6        showed incredible resilience and courage during and              •	 WR	Jacob	Hodges	served	as	a	team	manager	for	two	
  Tim Smith, WR              *     3     0     0     3        after	their	father’s	death	in	the	fall	of	2010.	Just	13	years	
                                                                                                                               years (2008, 2009).
  Dom Joseph, FS             0     0     3     0     3        old at the time, Willy, one of four crash survivors, assisted
  Jake Snyder, DE            *     *     1     1     2        the other passengers and flagged down help – all with a          •	 Sophomore	CD	Drequan	Hoskey	ran	track	at	Virginia	
  Tucker Windle, LB          *     1     0     0     1        severely fractured ankle and broken nose.                        in 2010 and competed at the ACC and NCAA Champion-
  Paul Freedman, TE          *     0     1     0     1        •		 Coming	from	a	family	deep	in	athletic	prowess,	the	          ships.
  Terence Fells-Danzer, FB   0     0     1     0     1
  Luke Bowanko, OG           *     *     0     1     1        three elder brothers were all playing Division I college         •	 Jeremy	Martin	transferred	to	UVa	from	the	Coast	
  Demetrious Nicholson, CB   *     *     *     1     1        football at the time of the crash – Andrew, then a Stan-         Guard Academy. Prior to matriculating at the Coast Guard
  Michael Rocco, QB          *     *     0     1     1        ford offensive lineman; Colter, a tight end for Virginia;        Academy, he was an active member of the Coast Guard.
  * did not play                                              and Paul, a tight end for Indiana.
DEFENSE/SPECIAL TEAMS/TEAM NOTES                                                                                                                                                                            PAGE 7

•		 The	brothers	continued	to	thrive	on	and	off	the	field	            FOUR FORMER UVA ASSISTANTS NOW HEAD                                      CAVALIERS CURRENTLY IN THE NFL
in dedication to their late father – Andrew was named                 COACHES                                                                  Player (Pos.)–Last UVa Season .. Current Team
2010 All Pac-10 Honorable Mention and is now pursuing                •	 Four	current	ACC	head	coaches	have	previously	been	                    Danny Aiken (LS)–2010 ...................New England Patriots
a	master’s	degree	at	UVa’s	McIntire	School	of	Commerce;	             assistant	coaches	at	Virginia.		Boston	College’s	Frank	                   Branden Albert (G)–2007 ................Kansas City Chiefs
Colter was recently named to the 2011 John Mackey                    Spaziani,	NC	State’s	Tom	O’Brien,	Miami’s	Al	Golden	and	                  Ronde Barber (CB)–1996 .................Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Award preseason watch list; red-shirt freshman Paul                  of	course	UVa’s	Mike	London                                               Ahmad Brooks (LB)–2005 ................San Francisco 49ers
received scout team player of the year honors in 2010;                                                                                         Chris Canty (DE)–2004 .....................New York Giants
and Willy continues to fight through rehabilitation from             UVA AVOIDS HOME SHUTOUTS                                                  Nate Collins (DT)–2009 ....................Jacksonville Jaguars
the	crash.	He	can	walk,	bicycle	and	swim,	but	his	injured	           •	 Virginia	has	not	been	shut	out	at	home	since	1984	–	a	                 Chris Cook (CB)–2009.......................Minnesota Vikings
left foot still prevents him from running. He attends                span of 165 games.
                                                                                                                                               Ras-I Dowling (CB)–2010.................New England Patriots
Charlottesville’s	St.	Anne’s-Belfield.                               •	 UVa’s	last	shutout	at	home	was	a	55-0	blanking	by	
                                                                                                                                               Isaiah	Ekejiuba	(ST)–2004 ...............Detroit Lions
                                                                     Clemson on Sept. 8, 1984.
                                                                                                                                               James Farrior (LB)–1996 ..................Pittsburgh Steelers
THE 67 PLAYS                                                                                                                                   D’Brickashaw	Ferguson	(OT)–2005 ..New York Jets
•	 In	2010,	UVa	opponents	rushed	the	ball	480	times	and	             OCT. 27 UVA-MIAMI GAME TO BE TELEVISED IN
                                                                     ESPN 3D                                                                   Thomas Jones (RB)–1999 ................Kansas City Chiefs
on 413 of those plays, the gain was less than 10 yards.                                                                                        Chris Long (DE)–2007 ......................St. Louis Rams
•		 The	other	67	plays,	the	opponents’	average	rushing	              •	 Virginia’s	Oct.	27	game	at	Miami	will	be	televised	on	
                                                                     ESPN 3D. The game is one of 20 regular-season college                     Heath Miller (TE)–2004 ...................Pittsburgh Steelers
gain was 21.6 yards, including runs of 70 yards (FSU,
                                                                     football telecasts.                                                       Eugene Monroe (OT)-2008 ...............Jacksonville Jaguars
Richmond), 55 yards (Eastern Michigan), 53 yards
                                                                                                                                               Kevin Ogletree (WR)-2008 ...............Dallas Cowboys
(Eastern Michigan), 37 yards (Duke) and 35 yards (Duke).             FORMER CAVALIER RAY ROBERTS JOINS STAFF AS                                Cedric Peerman (RB)-2008 ...............Cincinnati Bengals
•	 Defensive	coordinator	Jim	Reid	shared	those	67	plays,	            DIRECTOR OF LIFE SKILLS                                                   John Phillips (TE)- 2008 ...................Dallas Cowboys
looped together, on a highlight film to his defense                  •	 Roberts	coordinates,	develops	and	administers	                         Matt Schaub (QB)–2003 ..................Houston Texans
throughout the spring.                                               programs to assist the members of the Virginia football                   Clint Sintim (LB)-2008 .....................New York Giants
                                                                     team in personal development, leadership training and                     Jason Snelling (RB)-2006 .................Atlanta Falcons
CONSISTENCY IS KEY                                                   involvement, community service, and career planning.
•	 Virginia	is	one	of	14	schools	to	retain	its	entire	               •	 A	first-team	All-American	at	offensive	tackle	in	1991,	
coaching staff, with no changes, from 2010 to 2011. The
complete list: [# of consecutive years with no changes]              Roberts is a native of Asheville, N.C. He earned his                      ACC FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICKS SINCE 2002
         Arkansas                                                    undergraduate degree in communications from Virginia
                                                                                                                                  Miami*..................................................................... 21
         Army                                                        in	1992.	In	2007	he	completed	his	master’s	degree	in	
                                                                     intercollegiate athletic leadership from the University of   Florida State ............................................................. 10
         East Carolina
         Florida State                                               Washington.                                                  Boston College ........................................................... 6
         Fresno State                                                                                                             Virginia ...................................................................... 5
         Georgia Tech                                                LONDON SERVES AS VOTER ON USA TODAY                          North Carolina ............................................................ 5
         Iowa [4]                                                    COACHES’ POLL                                                NC State ..................................................................... 4
         Iowa State                                                  •	 For	the	second-consecutive	season,	Mike	London	will	 Maryland ................................................................... 3
         Louisiana Tech                                              serve	as	a	voter	on	the	USA	Today	Coaches’	Poll.             Virginia Tech* ............................................................. 3
         Missouri [3]
         Notre Dame                                                  •	 Fifty-nine	coaches	from	Division	I-A	institutions	across	 Clemson ..................................................................... 3
         Penn State [4]                                              the nation participate in the poll.                          Georgia Tech............................................................... 3
	 		 	 Texas	A&M                                                                                                                  Wake Forest................................................................ 2
         Virginia                                                                                                                 Duke........................................................................... 0
                                                                                                                                  *joined	ACC	in	2004	or	2005
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON
•	 Chase	Minnifield,	son	of	former	Cleveland	Brown	Pro	
Bowler Frank Minnifield, is 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	Tennessee	Head	Coach	Derek	Dooley,	son	of	
   former Georgia coach Vince Dooley
   •	Bil	Curry,	Jr.,	son	of	current	Georgia	State	coach	Bill	Curry
   •	Scott	Griese,	son	of	legendary	NFL	QB	Bob	Griese
   •	Rickie	Peete,	son	of	golfer	Calvin	Peete
   •	Yusef	Jackson,	son	of	Jesse	Jackson
   •	George	Allen	Jr.,	son	of	Rams	and	Redskins	coach	
   George Allen
   •	Jared	Green,	son	on	NFL	Hall	of	Famer	Darrell	Green
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES • INDIANA                                                                                                                                            PAGE 8

                                                                                                                                SCOTT STADIUM, HOME OF THE CAVALIERS
  2011 VIRGINIA OPPONENTS UPDATE                                                                                                  The Carl Smith Center, home of David A. Harrison III
  Opponent              ‘11 Record AP Rank*             This Week                          Next Game                            Field at Scott Stadium, with its unique architectural
  William	&	Mary	           0-1	      3^                9/10 at VMI                        9/17 vs. New Haven                   design,	scenic	setting	on	the	University’s	Grounds	and	
  at Indiana                0-1                         9/10 vs. Virginia                  9/17 vs. South Carolina State        exceptional	sight	lines,	is	one	of	the	nation’s	finest	col-
  at North Carolina         1-0                         9/10 vs. Rutgers                   9/17 vs. Virginia                    lege football settings.
  Southern Mississippi      1-0       RV                9/10 at Marshall                   9/17 vs. SE Louisiana                  Opened in 1931, Scott Stadium might be one of the
  Idaho	                    0-1	       	                9/10	vs.	North	Dakota	             9/17	at	Texas	A&M                    oldest campus college football stadiums in the nation,
  Georgia Tech              1-0                         9/10 at Middle Tennessee St.       9/17 vs. Kansas                      but you could never tell from its appearance. Numerous
  NC State                  1-0       RV                9/10 at Wake Forest                9/17 vs. South Alabama               upgrades and expansions make it a modern home for
  at Miami (Fla.)           0-0       RV                9/5 at Maryland                    9/17 vs. Ohio State                  the Cavaliers and their fans.
  at Maryland               0-0                         9/5 vs. Miami (Fla.)               9/17 vs. West Virginia                 Scott Stadium was the gift of Frederic William Scott
  Duke                      0-1                         9/10 vs. Stanford                  9/17 at Boston College               and Elisabeth Strother Scott, and was dedicated to the
  at Florida State          1-0        6                9/10 vs. Charleston Southern       9/17 vs. Oklahoma                    memory of his parents, Frederic Robert Scott and Frances
  Virginia Tech             1-0       13                9/10 at East Carolina              9/17 vs. Arkansas State              Branch Scott.
  *preseason ranking; ^FCS ranking                                                                                                Virginia played its dedication game at Scott Stadium
                                                                                                                                on Oct. 15, 1931 against the Virginia Military Institute
                                                                                                                                before a then-capacity crowd of 22,000. Prior to that
                                                                                                                                season, the Cavaliers staged their home games at the
  NATIONAL POLLS (PRESEASON)                                                                                                    University’s	Lambeth	Field.	
  ASSOCIATED PRESS                                                USA TODAY                                                       Virginia has played 413 games in the historic venue.
                                 Record          Points                                       Record          Points            UVa’s	all-time	record	at	Scott	Stadium	stands	at	237-
  1. Oklahoma (36)               0-0             1464             1. Oklahoma (42)            0-0             1454              164-12.
  2. Alabama (17)                0-0             1439             2. Alabama (13)             0-0             1414
  3. Oregon (4)                  0-0             1330             3. Oregon (2)               0-0             1309              Top 10 Scott Stadium Crowds All-Time
  4. LSU (1)                     0-0             1286             4. LSU (2)                  0-0             1296
  5. Boise State (2)             0-0             1200             5. Florida State            0-0             1116
                                                                                                                                Date       Attend. Opponent                   Result
  6. Florida State               0-0             1168             6. Stanford                 0-0             1101              8/30/08 64,947 USC                            USC, 52-7
  7. Stanford                    0-0             1091             7. Boise State              0-0             1065              11/13/04 63,701 Miami                         UM, 31-21
  8.	Texas	A&M	                  0-0	            965              8. Oklahoma State           0-0             933               11/19/05 63,344 Virginia Tech                 VT, 52-14
  9. Oklahoma State              0-0             955              9.	Texas	A&M	               0-0	            885               10/15/05 63,106 Florida State                 UVa, 26-21
  10. Nebraska                   0-0             910              10. Wisconsin               0-0             829
  11. Wisconsin                  0-0             900              11. Nebraska                0-0             814
                                                                                                                                11/6/04 63,072 Maryland                       UVa, 16-0
  12. South Carolina             0-0             848              12. South Carolina          0-0             779               10/18/03 62,875 Florida State                 FSU, 19-14
  13. Virginia Tech              0-0             821              13. Virginia Tech           0-0             767               9/11/04 62,790 North Carolina                 UVa, 56-24
  14. TCU                        0-0             690              14. Arkansas                0-0             750               10/7/04 61,833 Clemson                        UVa, 30-10
  15. Arkansas                   0-0             686              15. TCU                     0-0             687               8/30/03 61,737 Duke                           UVa, 27-0
  16. Notre Dame                 0-0             530              16. Ohio State              0-0             631
  17. Michigan State             0-0             519              17. Michigan State          0-0             536
                                                                                                                                11/24/07 61,711 Virginia Tech                 VT, 33-21
  18. Ohio State                 0-0             443              18. Notre Dame              0-0             440
  19. Georgia                    0-0             369              19. Auburn                  0-0             329
  20. Mississippi State          0-0             361              20. Mississippi State       0-0             301
  21. Missouri                   0-0             258              21. Missouri                0-0             266
  22. Florida                    0-0             228              22. Georgia                 0-0             260
  23. Auburn                     0-0             219              23. Florida                 0-0             240
  24. West Virginia              0-0             207              24. Texas                   0-0             162
  25. USC                        0-0             160              25. Penn State              0-0             161

  Others receiving votes: Texas 114, Penn State 75,               Others receiving votes: Arizona State 158, West Virginia
  Arizona State 67, Miami (Fla.) 32, Utah 25, Southern            149, Utah 50, Miami (Fla.) 49, Iowa 41, Northwestern 30,
  Miss 20, Iowa 19, Brigham Young 15, NC State 15, Air            Arizona 28, UCF 22, Michigan 19, Air Force 15, North
  Force 14, Houston 13, Pittsburgh 9, Michigan 7,                 Carolina 14, Houston 13, South Florida 9, Hawaii 8, Clemson
  Tennessee 5, UCF 5, Northern Illinois 4, Hawaii 4, Tulsa 3,     7, Tennessee 7, Southern Miss 6, Brigham Young 5, NC
  Arizona 2, Maryland 2, Nevada 1, Northwestern 1,                State 4, Northern Illinois 4, Oregon State 4, Pittsburgh 3,
  Washington 1                                                    Washington 3, Nevada 1, Georgia Tech 1

  Bold denotes 2010 Virginia opponent
VIRGINIA HEAD COACH MIKE LONDON                                                                                                                                                                       PAGE 9

                                 Mike	London’s	first	year	as	          Association Male Coach of the Year in 2008, beating out Mike           He returned to Richmond for two more years (1995-96)
                              Virginia’s	head	football	coach	was	      Tomlin of the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers for the      as the outside linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator,
                              a whirlwind of activity. His energy      award. In addition to the national honors, London was tabbed       coaching All-America LB Shawn Barber, who was a fourth-
                              and passion for the Cavalier pro-        the State Coach of the Year from both VaSID and the Peninsula      round draft pick by the Washington Redskins in 1998 and
                              gram made an immediate impact,           Sports Club.                                                       played 10 years in the NFL. London served as defensive line
                              generating a newfound enthusiasm            Under	London’s	watch,	16	Spiders	were	named	to	the	             coach at Boston College for the 1997-2000 seasons, where he
                              for Virginia football.                   All-CAA Football Team in 2009 after placing 12 in 2008. His        helped lead the Eagles to two bowl appearances.
                                 The personable London worked          first year at UR, nine Spiders garnered 15 All-America awards          London and his wife Regina have seven children, Michael,
                              tirelessly to build relationships with   and six were recognized on the Academic All-Conference Team.       Jr., Brandon, Kristen, Ticynn, Korben, Jaicyn and Madicyn. The
the	University’s	faculty	and	staff,	alumni	and	former	players,	        DE Lawrence Sidbury was a fourth-round NFL draft pick by           50-year-old London was born in West Point, N.Y. in 1960.
fans	and	supporters	and	the	region’s	high	school	coaches.	He	          the Atlanta Falcons, while RB Josh Vaughan was a free-agent            His son, Brandon, led Massachusetts in receiving in 2006
made dozens of appearances, spoke at clinics and was readily           signee by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.                                and	finished	his	career	as	the	school’s	second	leading	receiver.	
available	to	the	media.	He	did	not	just	wait	for	constituents	to	         Before returning to coach his alma mater, London spent          He was signed to the Miami Dolphins active roster in 2008
come to Virginia, he actively took the Cavalier program to the         six of seven seasons coaching for Al Groh at Virginia. In 2001     after spending the 2007 season on the Super Bowl Champion
public.                                                                London	joined	the	UVa	staff	for	the	first	time	as	the	defensive	   New	York	Giants	practice	squad.	One	of	London’s	daughters,	
   London embraced a groundbreaking 18-episode television              line coach. He took over the responsibilities as recruiting        Kristen,	played	on	the	UVa	women’s	basketball	team	during	the	
production entitled “The Building of a Program” that gave an           coordinator in 2002. In 2005 London left UVa to work as the        2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons. His younger brother, Paul, was a
all-access look at UVa football. He had the team hold a spring         defensive	line	coach	for	the	NFL’s	Houston	Texas.	He	returned	     defensive back at UVa from 1991-95.
practice and coaches clinic in Virginia Beach to build support         to Virginia in 2006 as the defensive coordinator and defensive
and	interest	in	one	of	the	state’s	most	fertile	recruiting	areas.	     line coach.                                                        LONDON ONE OF TWO FBS COACHES
   He quickly defined the culture for the football team by                During his tenure with the Cavaliers, he saw five defensive     WITH FCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
prescribing three basic tenets for his players:                        players (Chris Long, Marcus Hamilton, Chris Canty, Andrew          •		 Mike	London	is	one	of	two	current	FBS	head	coaches	
   		         •	Go	to	Class                                            Hoffman and Monsanto Pope) drafted by NFL teams. Long              that won a national title as the head coach of an FCS
   		         •	Show	Class                                             was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2007, earned           program.
   		         •	Treat	People	with	Dignity	and	Respect                  unanimous All-America honors, was the Ted Hendricks Award          •	 London	won	one	title	at	Richmond	(2008).		
   The results of his actions were tangible. In the spring the         winner	as	the	nation’s	top	defensive	end	and	the	second	overall	   •	 Joining	London	is	Georgia	Tech’s	Paul	Johnson	who	
team posted its best cumulative grade point average in 10              selection in the 2008 NFL Draft.                                   won two at Georgia Southern (1999, 2000).
years and student-athletes were heavily involved in community             A native of Hampton, Va., London played defensive back at
service	projects	and	outreach	programs.                                Richmond from 1979-82. Under head coach Dal Shealy, he led         MINORITY HEAD COACHES IN FBS
   While all of those things are impressive, London is the first       the Spiders with six interceptions as a senior captain in 1982.    Mario Cristobal ................. Florida International
to remind everyone his primary goal is to reverse the fortunes         In addition to earning all-state honors, he was chosen the         Jon Embree ...................... Colorado
of the Cavalier program on the field. His first edition of Virginia    team’s	MVP	and	received	the	Spiders’	Coaches	Award.	In	1982,	      Ron English ...................... Eastern Michigan
                                                                                                                                          James Franklin ................. Vanderbilt
football produced a 4-8 record but achieved a number of                the Virginia Peninsula Sports Club selected him as the male        Turner Gill ........................ Kansas
milestones that showed positive progress.                              in-state Athlete of the Year.                                      Darrell Hazell.................... Kent State
   The Cavalier offense ranked third in the ACC at 404.8 yards            London	graduated	from	Richmond	in	1983	with	a	bachelor’s	       Mike Locksley ................... New Mexico
per game after finishing last in 2009 at 269.6 yards per game.         degree in sociology and a year later received a degree in law      Mike London .............. Virginia
Senior	Marc	Verica	led	the	league’s	fourth-best	passing	attack,	       enforcement from the Richmond Police Academy, serving as           Ruffin McNeill .................. East Carolina
finishing with 2,799 yards in the air, marking the third-best          a detective for the street crimes unit from November of 1984       Ken Niumatalolo .............. Navy
                                                                                                                                          Joker Phillips .................... Kentucky
season mark in UVa history. Wide receivers Dontrelle Inman             to July of 1989. The Dallas Cowboys signed him as a free agent     Larry Porter ..................... Memphis
and Kris Burd became the first UVa wide receiving duo to               in 1983.                                                           David Shaw ...................... Stanford
each total a minimum of 40 receptions in a season. They also              London broke into the collegiate coaching ranks in              Charlie Strong .................. Louisville
recorded over 600 yards receiving, also a program first for a          1989, spending two seasons with Richmond as the outside            Kevin Sumlin .................... Houston
wide receiver tandem.                                                  linebackers coach and admissions liaison, followed by four         Willie Taggart ................... Western Kentucky
   Keith Payne led a much-improved rushing attack that                 seasons	(1991-94)	as	the	defensive	line	coach	at	William	&	        Don Treadwell .................. Miami (Ohio)
                                                                                                                                          DeWayne Walker .............. New Mexico State
featured	two	of	the	ACC’s	most	productive	runners.	Payne	led	          Mary.                                                              Everett Withers................. North Carolina (interim)
the ACC with 14 rushing touchdowns, 16 total touchdowns and
an 8.7 points per game scoring average.                                   COACHING EXPERIENCE
   Honorable mention All-American Chase Minnifield anchored               Years     School (position)                                             Postseason
the UVa defense in 2010, earning first-team All-ACC honors.               1989-1990 Richmond (outside linebackers)                                1990 I-AA Playoffs (Quarterfinals)
Minnifield’s	two	interceptions	helped	spark	the	Cavaliers’	upset	         1991-1994 William and Mary (defensive line)                             1993 I-AA Playoffs (1st Round)
of No. 22 Miami, giving UVa its first win over a ranked team              1995-1996 Richmond (OLBs/recruiting coordinator)
since 2008. Minnifield finished the year No. 2 in the ACC and             1997-2000 Boston College (defensive line)                               1999 Insight.com Bowl
No. 6 in the nation with six INTs.                                                                                                                2000 Aloha Bowl
   Offensive lineman Morgan Moses earned freshman All-                    2001      Virginia (defensive line)
America honors by helping the Cavaliers go 13 consecutive                 2002-2004 Virginia (defensive line/recruiting coordinator               2002 Continental Tire Bowl
quarters without allowing a quarterback sack. The streak                                                                                          2003 Continental Tire Bowl
began the first game Moses started for the Wahoos.                                                                                                2004 MPC Computers Bowl
   Success has been a big part of the Mike London story even              2005      Houston Texans (defensive line)
prior	to	being	named	the	39th	coach	in	the	Virginia	program’s	            2006-2007 Virginia (defensive coordinator/defensive line)               2008 Gator Bowl
history.                                                                  2008-2009 Richmond (head coach)                                         2008 FCS National Champions
   In two seasons at Richmond, London led the Spiders to a                                                                                        2009 FCS Playoffs Quarterfinals
24-5 record. In his first year at the helm, his team went 13-3            2010          Virginia (head coach)
and won the Football Championship Series national title. The
2009 Spider team, ranked nine consecutive weeks at No. 1                  SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORD
in the FCS polls, went 11-2 and reached the quarterfinals of              Years    School                                     Overall              Conference             Conf. Finish
the FCS playoffs. His teams were 13-4 in the Colonial Athletic            2008     Richmond                                   13-3                 6-2                    3rd (South)
Association during the 2008 and 2009 campaigns.
   London’s	efforts	in	2008	earned	him	FCS	National	Coach	
                                                                          2009     Richmond                                   11-2                 7-1                    T-1st (South)
of the Year honors from both the American Football Coaches                2010     Virginia                                   4-8                  1-7                    T-5th (Coastal)
Association and Schutt Sports/ American Football Monthly                  2011     Virginia                                   1-0                  0-0
magazine. London was also honored as the Black Coaches                    Totals   Third Season                               29-13                14-10
                                         2011 University of Virginia Football
2011 TEAM STATISTICS           Virginia Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 04, 2011)                                                                                                                                   PAGE 10
                                                     All games

     Date         Opponent                                                         Score                   Att.                Record:                  Overall        Home                Away               Neutral
     Sep 03, 2011 WILLIAM & MARY                                          W         40-3                 51956                 All games                 1-0            1-0                 0-0                0-0
                                                                                                                               Conference                0-0            0-0                 0-0                0-0
Rushing                   gp-gs        att        gain loss                   net avg           td         lg avg/g            Non-Conference            1-0            1-0                 0-0                0-0
Kevin Parks                 1-0        16         114           0         114        7.1        3         26 114.0
Clifton Richardson          1-0         7          57           0          57        8.1        1         19 57.0              Team Statistics                                       VA                          OPP
Perry Jones                 1-1        12          56           0          56        4.7        0          8 56.0              FIRST DOWNS                                            26                           10
Khalek Shepherd             1-0         3          13           0          13        4.3        0          5 13.0               Rushing                                               13                            3
Darius Jennings             1-0         1           3           0           3        3.0        0          3   3.0              Passing                                               13                            5
Terence Fells-Danzer        1-0         1           3           0           3        3.0        0          3   3.0              Penalty                                                 0                           2
Michael Rocco               1-1         1           3           0           3        3.0        0          3   3.0             RUSHING YARDAGE                                       240                           48
Dominique Terrell           1-0         1           3           0           3        3.0        0          3   3.0              Rushing Attempts                                      47                           20
Ross Metheny                1-0         1           0           5          -5       -5.0        0          0 -5.0               Average Per Rush                                     5.1                          2.4
David Watford               1-0         4           2           9          -7       -1.8        0          2 -7.0               Average Per Game                                   240.0                         48.0
Total                         1        47         254          14         240        5.1        4         26 240.0              TDs Rushing                                             4                           0
Opponents                     1        20          66          18          48        2.4        0         12 48.0              PASSING YARDAGE                                       256                          121
                                                                                                                                Comp-Att-Int                                     26-36-0                      11-34-1
Passing                   gp-gs         effic comp-att-int                      pct           yds        td       lg avg/g      Average Per Pass                                     7.1                          3.6
Michael Rocco               1-1    122.81               21-29-0                72.4           174         0       40 174.0      Average Per Catch                                    9.8                         11.0
David Watford               1-0    137.28                3-5-0                 60.0            46         0       17 46.0       Average Per Game                                   256.0                        121.0
Ross Metheny                1-0    251.20                2-2-0                100.0            36         0       26 36.0       TDs Passing                                             0                           0
Total                         1    131.96               26-36-0                72.2           256         0       40 256.0     TOTAL OFFENSE                                         496                          169
Opponents                     1     56.36               11-34-1                32.4           121         0       24 121.0      Average Per Play                                      6.0                         3.1
                                                                                                                                Average Per Game                                   496.0                        169.0
Receiving                 gp-gs        no.         yds         avg            td            lg avg/g                           KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                                2-32                        6-110
Tim Smith                   1-0         7          72         10.3             0        40 72.0                                PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                                3-44                          0-0
Darius Jennings             1-0         4          61         15.2             0        26 61.0                                INT RETURNS: #-Yards                                 1-31                          0-0
Kris Burd                   1-1         4          29          7.2             0        20 29.0                                FUMBLES-LOST                                          2-0                          1-1
Max Milien                  1-1         3          32         10.7             0        15 32.0                                PENALTIES-Yards                                      8-56                         4-35
Perry Jones                 1-1         2          17          8.5             0        15 17.0                                PUNTS-AVG                                          3-40.3                       8-45.2
Kevin Parks                 1-0         2          14          7.0             0        11 14.0                                TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                             37:24                        22:36
Ray Keys                    1-0         1          14         14.0             0        14 14.0                                3RD-DOWN Conversions                                 7/17                         2/14
Khalek Shepherd             1-0         1          10         10.0             0        10 10.0                                4TH-DOWN Conversions                                  2/3                          0/1
Matt Snyder                 1-1         1           7          7.0             0         7   7.0
Dominique Terrell           1-0         1           0          0.0             0         0   0.0                               Interceptions                no.       yds avg         td       lg
Total                         1        26         256          9.8             0        40 256.0                               Demetrious Nicholson              1     31 31.0         0       31
Opponents                     1        11         121         11.0             0        24 121.0
                                                                                                                               Punting                     no. yds avg           lg    tb      fc i20 50+ blk
Field Goals               fg       pct. 01-19             20-29           30-39         40-49    50-99            lg blk       Jimmy Howell                 3 121 40.3 45                  1   1          0     0       0
Robert Randolph           4-4 100.0 0-0                       1-1         1-1           2-2          0-0          48     0
                                                                                                                               Punt Returns                 no.       yds avg         td       lg
                                                                PAT                                                            Dominique Terrell                 2     17    8.5       0       10
Scoring                   td      fg          kick            rush rcv pass dxp saf                               pts          Darius Jennings                   1     27   27.0       0       27
Kevin Parks                3    -                  -            -              -        -            -        -    18          Total                             3     44   14.7       0       27
Robert Randolph            -   4-4                4-4           -              -        -            -        -    16          Opponents                         0      0    0.0       0        0
Clifton Richardson         1    -                  -            -              -        -            -        -     6
Total                      4   4-4                4-4           -              -        -            -        -    40          Kick Returns                 no.       yds avg         td       lg
Opponents                  -   1-1                 -            -              -        -            -        -     3          Darius Jennings                   2     32 16.0         0       21
                                                                                                                               Total                             2     32 16.0         0       21
Score by Quarters              1st       2nd            3rd         4th        OT           Total                              Opponents                         6    110 18.3         0       22
Virginia                          3          10         17          10          0             40
Opponents                         0           0          0           3          0              3                               All Purpose          g    rush        rcv    pr        kr       ir         total avg/g
                                                                                                                               Kevin Parks          1     114         14     0   0              0         128       128.0
                                                                                                                               Darius Jennings      1       3         61    27 32               0         123       123.0
                                                                                                                               Perry Jones          1      56         17     0   0              0          73        73.0
                                                                                                                               Tim Smith            1       0         72     0   0              0          72        72.0
                                                                                                                               Clifton Richardso    1      57          0     0   0              0          57        57.0
                                                                                                                               Total                1     240        256    44 32              31         603       603.0
                                                                                                                               Opponents            1      48        121     0 110              0         279       279.0

                                                                                                                               Total Offense                g plays         rush      pass          total avg/g
                                                                                                                               Michael Rocco                1        30       3        174          177       177.0
                                                                                                                               Kevin Parks                  1        16     114          0          114       114.0
                                                                                                                               Clifton Richardson           1         7      57          0           57        57.0
                                                                                                                               Perry Jones                  1        12      56          0           56        56.0
                                                                                                                               David Watford                1         9      -7         46           39        39.0
                                                                                                                               Total                        1        83     240        256          496       496.0
                                                                                                                               Opponents                    1        54      48        121          169       169.0
                                                                                        Tackles                                  Sacks           Pass defense                  Fumbles                        blkd
##    Defensive Leaders                  gp-gs                  ua                  a         tot                  tfl/yds      no-yds         int-yds brup          qbh      rcv-yds                ff       kick          saf
30    Daquan Romero                          1-0                 .               4                4                        .          .             .       .          .                .            .              .         .
93    Will Hill                              1-0                 .               4                4                    1.0-1          .             .       1          .                .            .              .         .
44    Henry Coley                            1-0                 3               1                4                    1.0-7      1.0-7             .       .          .                .            .              .         .
96    Nick Jenkins                           1-1                 1               2                3                        .          .             .        .         .                .            .              .         .
90    Jake Snyder                            1-1                 1               2                3                    0.5-1          .             .       .          .                .            .              .         .
      Total                                   1                 18              36               54                    6-18         1-7          1-31       7          .              1-3            1              .         .
      Opponents                               1                 44              62              106                    6-16         1-5             .       4          .                .            2              .         .
              2011 University of Virginia Football
       Virginia
2011 TEAM STATISTICS Overall Team Statistics (as of Sep 04, 2011)             PAGE 11
                                All games

  Team Statistics                                          VA          OPP
  SCORING                                                  40             3
   Points Per Game                                       40.0           3.0
  FIRST DOWNS                                              26            10
   Rushing                                                 13             3
   Passing                                                 13             5
   Penalty                                                  0             2
  RUSHING YARDAGE                                         240            48
   Yards gained rushing                                   254            66
   Yards lost rushing                                      14            18
   Rushing Attempts                                        47            20
   Average Per Rush                                       5.1           2.4
   Average Per Game                                     240.0          48.0
   TDs Rushing                                              4             0
  PASSING YARDAGE                                         256           121
   Comp-Att-Int                                      26-36-0       11-34-1
   Average Per Pass                                       7.1           3.6
   Average Per Catch                                      9.8          11.0
   Average Per Game                                     256.0         121.0
   TDs Passing                                              0             0
  TOTAL OFFENSE                                           496           169
   Total Plays                                             83            54
   Average Per Play                                       6.0           3.1
   Average Per Game                                     496.0         169.0
  KICK RETURNS: #-Yards                                  2-32         6-110
  PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards                                  3-44           0-0
  INT RETURNS: #-Yards                                   1-31           0-0
  KICK RETURN AVERAGE                                    16.0          18.3
  PUNT RETURN AVERAGE                                    14.7           0.0
  INT RETURN AVERAGE                                     31.0           0.0
  FUMBLES-LOST                                            2-0           1-1
  PENALTIES-Yards                                        8-56          4-35
   Average Per Game                                      56.0          35.0
  PUNTS-Yards                                           3-121         8-362
   Average Per Punt                                      40.3          45.2
   Net punt average                                      33.7          37.2
  TIME OF POSSESSION/Game                               37:24         22:36
  3RD-DOWN Conversions                                   7/17          2/14
   3rd-Down Pct                                          41%           14%
  4TH-DOWN Conversions                                    2/3           0/1
   4th-Down Pct                                          67%            0%
  SACKS BY-Yards                                          1-7           1-5
  MISC YARDS                                                0             0
  TOUCHDOWNS SCORED                                         4             0
  FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS                                    4-4           1-1
  ON-SIDE KICKS                                           0-0           0-0
  RED-ZONE SCORES                                 (5-5) 100%    (1-1) 100%
  RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS                              (3-5) 60%      (0-1) 0%
  PAT-ATTEMPTS                                    (4-4) 100%      (0-0) 0%
  ATTENDANCE                                           51956              0
   Games/Avg Per Game                                1/51956            0/0
   Neutral Site Games                                                   0/0

 Score by Quarters        1st   2nd   3rd   4th    OT   Total
 Virginia                  3    10    17    10      0     40
 Opponents                 0     0     0     3      0       3
                                      2011 University of Virginia Football
                           Virginia Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 04, 2011)
2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                         All games                                                                                  PAGE 12


  Rushing                gp-gs     att     gain loss     net avg td           lg avg/g          Punt Returns           no.   yds avg td         lg
  Kevin Parks              1- 0    16      114    0      114    7.1    3      26   114.0        Dominique Terrell       2     17    8.5   0    10
  Clifton Richardson       1- 0     7       57    0       57    8.1    1      19    57.0        Darius Jennings         1     27   27.0   0    27
  Perry Jones              1- 1    12       56    0       56    4.7    0       8    56.0        Total                   3     44   14.7   0    27
  Khalek Shepherd          1- 0     3       13    0       13    4.3    0       5    13.0        Opponents               0      0    0.0   0     0
  Michael Rocco            1- 1     1        3    0        3    3.0    0       3     3.0
  Darius Jennings          1- 0     1        3    0        3    3.0    0       3     3.0        Interceptions          no.   yds avg td         lg
  Terence Fells-Danzer     1- 0     1        3    0        3    3.0    0       3     3.0        Demetrious Nicholson    1     31 31.0     0    31
  Dominique Terrell        1- 0     1        3    0        3    3.0    0       3     3.0        Total                   1     31 31.0     0    31
  Ross Metheny             1- 0     1        0    5       -5   -5.0    0       0    -5.0        Opponents               0      0 0.0      0     0
  David Watford            1- 0     4        2    9       -7   -1.8    0       2    -7.0
  Total                       1    47      254   14      240    5.1    4      26   240.0        Kick Returns           no.   yds avg td         lg
  Opponents                   1    20       66   18       48    2.4    0      12    48.0        Darius Jennings         2     32 16.0     0    21
                                                                                                Total                   2     32 16.0     0    21
  Passing                gp-gs      effic comp-att-int     pct        yds td       lg avg/g     Opponents               6    110 18.3     0    22
  Michael Rocco            1- 1   122.81     21-29-0      72.4        174     0    40   174.0
  David Watford            1- 0   137.28      3-5-0       60.0         46     0    17    46.0   Fumble Returns         no.   yds avg td         lg
  Ross Metheny             1- 0   251.20      2-2-0      100.0         36     0    26    36.0   Steve Greer             1      3 3.0      0     3
  Total                       1   131.96     26-36-0      72.2        256     0    40   256.0   Total                   1      3 3.0      0     3
  Opponents                   1    56.36     11-34-1      32.4        121     0    24   121.0   Opponents               0      0 0.0      0     0

  Receiving              gp-gs    no.      yds    avg     td     lg avg/g
  Tim Smith                1- 0     7       72   10.3     0      40    72.0
  Darius Jennings          1- 0     4       61   15.2     0      26    61.0
  Kris Burd                1- 1     4       29    7.2     0      20    29.0
  Max Milien               1- 1     3       32   10.7     0      15    32.0
  Perry Jones              1- 1     2       17    8.5     0      15    17.0
  Kevin Parks              1- 0     2       14    7.0     0      11    14.0
  Ray Keys                 1- 0     1       14   14.0     0      14    14.0
  Khalek Shepherd          1- 0     1       10   10.0     0      10    10.0
  Matt Snyder              1- 1     1        7    7.0     0       7     7.0
  Dominique Terrell        1- 0     1        0    0.0     0       0     0.0
  Total                       1    26      256    9.8     0      40   256.0
  Opponents                   1    11      121   11.0     0      24   121.0
                                    2011 University of Virginia Football
                         Virginia Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 04, 2011)
2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                       All games                                                                                     PAGE 13


                                                 PAT
Scoring                  td       fg    kick   rush rcv pass dxp saf         pts       Total Offense           g plays   rush pass       total avg/g
Kevin Parks               3 -            -       -       -   -     -     -    18       Michael Rocco           1    30     3       174       177   177.0
Robert Randolph           - 4-4         4-4      -       -   -     -     -    16       Kevin Parks             1    16   114         0       114   114.0
Clifton Richardson        1 -            -       -       -   -     -     -     6       Clifton Richardson      1     7    57         0        57    57.0
Total                     4 4-4         4-4      -       -   -     -     -    40       Perry Jones             1    12    56         0        56    56.0
Opponents                 - 1-1          -       -       -   -     -     -     3       David Watford           1     9    -7        46        39    39.0
                                                                                       Ross Metheny            1     3    -5        36        31    31.0
                                                                                       Khalek Shepherd         1     3    13         0        13    13.0
                                                                                       Terence Fells-Danzer    1     1     3         0         3     3.0
                                                                                       Dominique Terrell       1     1     3         0         3     3.0
                                                                                       Darius Jennings         1     1     3         0         3     3.0
                                                                                       Total                   1    83   240       256       496   496.0
                                                                                       Opponents               1    54    48       121       169   169.0


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
Robert Randolph          4-4 100.0 0-0         1-1   1-1     2-2   0-0       48    0   Jimmy Howell            3 121 40.3 45       1     1    0     0      0
                                                                                       Total                   3 121 40.3 45       1     1    0     0      0
FG Sequence            Virginia                      Opponents                         Opponents               8 362 45.2 53       1     1    1     3      0
William & Mary         (32),(48),(26),(42)           (34)
                                                                                       Kickoffs               no. yds avg tb ob retn           net ydln
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.                                 Chris Hinkebein         8 545 68.1      2   0
                                                                                       Total                   8 545 68.1      2   0 18.3 49.4          20
                                                                                       Opponents               2 125 62.5      0   0 16.0 46.5          23
                                     2011 University of Virginia Football
                          Virginia Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 04, 2011)
2011 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS                         All games                                                  PAGE 14

                                           Tackles              Sacks     Pass defense     Fumbles    blkd
#    Defensive Leaders      gp-gs   ua    a    tot   tfl/yds   no-yds   int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds   ff kick    saf
30   Daquan Romero          1-0      .    4     4         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
93   Will Hill              1-0      .    4     4     1.0-1         .        .   1     .       .   .     .       .
44   Henry Coley            1-0      3    1     4     1.0-7     1.0-7        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
1    Demetrious Nicholson   1-1      .    3     3         .         .     1-31   2     .       .   .     .       .
9    LaRoy Reynolds         1-1      2    1     3         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
13   Chase Minnifield       1-1      1    2     3         .         .        .   1     .       .   .     .       .
7    Corey Mosley           1-1      2    1     3         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
96   Nick Jenkins           1-1      1    2     3         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
39   Tucker Windle          1-0      .    3     3         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
90   Jake Snyder            1-1      1    2     3     0.5-1         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
54   Justin Renfrow         1-0      1    1     2     1.0-1         .        .   1     .       .   .     .       .
43   Kameron Mack           1-0      1    1     2         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
47   Bill Schautz           1-0      1    1     2     1.0-5         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
52   Aaron Taliaferro       1-1      .    2     2         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
37   LoVante Battle         1-0      1    1     2         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
4    Rodney McLeod          1-1      1    1     2         .         .        .   1     .       .   .     .       .
53   Steve Greer            1-1      .    2     2         .         .        .   1     .     1-3   .     .       .
26   Ausar Walcott          1-0      .    1     1         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
28   Anthony Harris         1-0      .    1     1         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
21   Brandon Phelps         1-0      .    1     1         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
83   Jake McGee             1-0      1    .     1         .         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
23   Dom Joseph             1-0      1    .     1         .         .        .   .     .       .   1     .       .
91   Thompson Brown         1-0      .    1     1     0.5-1         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
56   Cam Johnson            1-1      1    .     1     1.0-2         .        .   .     .       .   .     .       .
     Total                   1      18   36    54      6-18       1-7     1-31   7     .     1-3   1     .       .
     Opponents               1      44   62   106      6-16       1-5        .   4     .       .   2     .       .
2011 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS                                                                                                                                           PAGE 15


   GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
   OFFENSE
   Game            WR        LT             LG            C           RG           RT               TE             QB              TB          FB/TE/WR         WR
   William	&	Mary	 Burd	   Aboushi	       Pasztor	      Mihota	     Bowanko	      Moses	          Phillips	       Rocco	          Jones	       Milien	(FB)	    Snyder
   Indiana
   North Carolina
   Southern Miss
   Idaho
   Georgia Tech
   NC State
   Miami
   Maryland
   Duke
   Florida State
   Virginia Tech

   DEFENSE
   Game              DE      DT             DT            DE           SLB        MLB             WLB/CB           CB            FS             SS               CB
   William	&	Mary	 Snyder	 Conrath	       Jenkins	      Johnson	    Taliaferro	   Greer	          Reynolds	     Nicholson	      Mosley	       McLeod	         Minnifield
   Indiana
   North Carolina
   Southern Miss
   Idaho
   Georgia Tech
   NC State
   Miami
   Maryland
   Duke
   Florida State
   Virginia Tech


 STATISTICAL LEADERS
 Game                 Rushing (Att.-Yds-TD)              Passing (C-A-I-Y-TD)              Receiving (Rec.-Yds.-TD)          Tackles Total (S-A-T)
 William	&	Mary	      Parks	(16-114-3)	                  Rocco	(21-29-0-174-0)	            Smith	(7-72-0)	                   Coley,	Hill	and	Romero	with	4	each
 Indiana
 North Carolina
 Southern Miss
 Idaho
 Georgia Tech
 NC State
 Miami
 Maryland
 Duke
 Florida State
 Virginia Tech


DRIVE ANALYSIS                                                                     TURNOVER SUMMARY
                                                      UVa           Opp.                                                                       UVa            Opp.
Total Drives Started                                   13            12            Turnovers Gained                                             2              0
Times Started Inside Own 20                             2             5            ...led to touchdown                                          0              0
Drives Started in Opp. Territory                        5             0            ...led to field goal                                         2              0
Avg. Starting Field Position                         own 39        own 28          ...led to punt                                               0              0
“Three & Out”                                           1             4            ...other (end of game/half,                                  0              0
                                                                                       downs, turnover, missed FG, etc.)
2011 VIRGINIA GAME-BY-GAME • INDIANA
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES           2011 University of Virginia Football                                                                                                       PAGE 16
                               Virginia Team Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                                   All games
                                                     VIRGINIA GAME-BY-GAME
                                                                           TEAM 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 03    WILLIAM & MARY              47       240        4 26      26     256    0 40            26-36-0        256    0 40         2 32         0 21     3         44        0 27        496
Virginia                              47       240        4 26      26     256    0 40            26-36-0        256    0 40         2 32         0 21     3         44        0 27        496
Opponents                             20        48        0 12      11     121    0 24            11-34-1        121    0 24         6 110        0 22     0          0        0 0         169

 Games played: 1
 Avg per rush: 5.1
 Avg per catch: 9.8
 Pass efficiency: 131.96
 Kick ret avg: 16.0
 Punt ret avg: 14.7
 All purpose avg/game: 603.0
 Total offense avg/gm: 496.0
                                             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 03 WILLIAM & MARY            18    36          54        6.0-18           1.0-7          1        1-3        1-31         0       7      0       4-4         0         0      0        40
Virginia                         18    36          54        6.0-18           1.0-7          1        1-3        1-31         0       7      0       4-4         0         0      0        40
Opponents                        44    62         106        6.0-16           1.0-5          2        0-0         0-0         0       4      0       0-0         0         0      0         3

                                                                   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 03 WILLIAM & MARY            3      121          40.3         45         0        1          1          0     0           4-4     48     0       8     545            68.1         2    0
Virginia                         3      121          40.3         45         0        1          1          0     0           4-4     48     0       8     545            68.1         2    0
Opponents                        8      362          45.2         53         0        1          1          3     1           1-1     34     0       2     125            62.5         0    0
                                            2011 University of Virginia Football
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
2011 OPPONENTS GAME-BY-GAME • INDIANA Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                          Virginia                                                                                                                                               PAGE 17
                                                                          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 03    WILLIAM & MARY             20        48        0 12      11     121    0 24            11-34-1        121    0 24         6 110        0 22     0          0        0 0         169
Opponents                            20        48        0 12      11     121    0 24            11-34-1        121    0 24         6 110        0 22     0          0        0 0         169
Virginia                             47       240        4 26      26     256    0 40            26-36-0        256    0 40         2 32         0 21     3         44        0 27        496

 Games played: 1
 Avg per rush: 2.4
 Avg per catch: 11.0
 Pass efficiency: 56.36
 Kick ret avg: 18.3
 All purpose avg/game: 279.0
 Total offense avg/gm: 169.0
                                            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 03 WILLIAM & MARY          44     62         106        6.0-16           1.0-5          2        0-0         0-0         0       4      0       0-0         0         0      0         3
Opponents                      44     62         106        6.0-16           1.0-5          2        0-0         0-0         0       4      0       0-0         0         0      0         3
Virginia                       18     36          54        6.0-18           1.0-7          1        1-3        1-31         0       7      0       4-4         0         0      0        40

                                                                  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 03 WILLIAM & MARY           8      362          45.2         53         0        1          1          3     1           1-1     34     0       2     125            62.5         0    0
Opponents                       8      362          45.2         53         0        1          1          3     1           1-1     34     0       2     125            62.5         0    0
Virginia                        3      121          40.3         45         0        1          1          0     0           4-4     48     0       8     545            68.1         2    0
2011 PASSING GAME-BY-GAME                                                                    PAGE 18
                                     2011 University of Virginia Football
                                  VIRGINIA Game-by-Game (as of Sep
                            Virginia PassingPASSING GAME-BY-GAME 04, 2011)
                                                 All games

   #16 Rocco,M                   Comp   Att   Int     Pct   Yards   TD Long   Sacked     Effic
   William & Mary                  21    29     0    72.4     174    0   40      0-0   122.81
   TOTALS                          21    29     0    72.4     174    0   40      0-0   122.81

   #5 Watford,D                  Comp   Att   Int     Pct   Yards   TD Long   Sacked     Effic
   William & Mary                   3     5     0    60.0      46    0   17      1-5   137.28
   TOTALS                           3     5     0    60.0      46    0   17      1-5   137.28

   #15 Metheny,R                 Comp   Att   Int     Pct   Yards   TD Long   Sacked     Effic
   William & Mary                   2     2     0   100.0      36    0   26      0-0   251.20
   TOTALS                           2     2     0   100.0      36    0   26      0-0   251.20
2011 RUSHING-RECEIVING-RETURNS GAME-BY-GAME
                                          2011 University of Virginia Football                                                  PAGE 19
                         Virginia Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                                   All GAME-BY-GAME
                                    VIRGINIA RUSHINGgames
   RUSHING                    No-Yds/TD   W&M2011 University of Virginia Football
   Parks,K               Virginia Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of
                               16-114/3 16-114/3                                                     Sep 04, 2011)
   Richardson,C                 7-57/1   7-57/1          All games
   Jones,P                      12-56/0  12-56/0
   Shepherd,K                   3-13/0   3-13/0
    RUSHING
   Jennings,D                              W&M
                               No-Yds/TD 1-3/0
                                 1-3/0
    Parks,K
   Fells-Danzer,T               16-114/3 16-114/3
                                 1-3/0    1-3/0
    Richardson,C
   Rocco,M                        7-57/1
                                 1-3/0     7-57/1
                                          1-3/0
    Jones,P
   Terrell,D                     12-56/0
                                 1-3/0    12-56/0
                                          1-3/0
    Shepherd,K
   Metheny,R                      3-13/0
                                 1--5/0    3-13/0
                                          1--5/0
    Jennings,D
   Watford,D                      1-3/0
                                 4--7/0    1-3/0
                                          4--7/0
    Fells-Danzer,T                1-3/0    1-3/0
    Rocco,M                       1-3/0    1-3/0
    Terrell,D
   RECEIVING                       1-3/0
                              No-Yds/TD     1-3/0
                                          W&M
    Metheny,R
   Smith,T                        1--5/0
                                7-72/0     1--5/0
                                         7-72/0
    Watford,D                     4--7/0   4--7/0
   Jennings,D                   4-61/0 VIRGINIA RECEIVING GAME-BY-GAME
                                          4-61/0
   Milien,M                      3-32/0       3-32/0
   Burd,K                        4-29/0       4-29/0
    RECEIVING
   Jones,P                      No-Yds/TD
                                 2-17/0         W&M
                                              2-17/0
    Smith,T
   Keys,R                         7-72/0
                                 1-14/0        7-72/0
                                              1-14/0
    Jennings,D
   Parks,K                        4-61/0
                                 2-14/0        4-61/0
                                              2-14/0
    Milien,M
   Shepherd,K                     3-32/0
                                 1-10/0        3-32/0
                                              1-10/0
    Burd,K
   Snyder,M                       4-29/0
                                 1-7/0         4-29/0
                                              1-7/0
    Jones,P
   Terrell,D                      2-17/0
                                 1-0/0         2-17/0
                                               1-0/0
    Keys,R                        1-14/0       1-14/0
    Parks,K                       2-14/0       2-14/0
    Shepherd,K                    1-10/0       1-10/0
    Snyder,M                      1-7/0         1-7/0
    Terrell,D                      1-0/0        1-0/0


                                                               2010 University of Virginia Football
                                                    Virginia Return Stats Game-by-Game (as of Dec 15, 2010)
                                                                           All games
                                        2011 University of Virginia Football
                             Virginia Return Stats Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                    VIRGINIA RETURNS GAME-BY-GAME
                                                     All games
   PUNT RETURNS             No-Yds     UR       USC     VMI     FS      GT     NC     EMU    UM     DU     MD     BC     VT
   Minnifield,CRETURNS
      PUNT                             1-2
                             13-84 No-Yds       1-0
                                                W&M     4-29    1-9    1-19    1-1    2-16    -      -     1-7     -     1-1
   Jones,P                   6-45        -       -      2-15     -       -      -       -     -     1-0    2-30   1-0     -
      Jennings,D
   Burd,K                     1-4   1-27 -      1-27
                                                 -        -      -       -      -       -     -      -     1-4     -      -
     Terrell,D                       2-17       2-17

   KICK RETURNS             No-Yds      UR      USC      VMI     FS     GT     NC     EMU    UM      DU    MD      BC     VT
   Horne,R RETURNS
       KICK                            3-57
                            23-573 No-Yds         -
                                                W&M     2-104   2-49   4-86   5-144   1-14     -    2-39   2-44   2-36   DNP
   Jones,P                  12-191     1-10     2-50      -       -    2-45   2-26     1-9   1-16   2-24   1-11     -      -
       Jennings,D
   Mack,T                    7-138
                                    2-32
                                       DNP
                                                2-32
                                                DNP       -       -      -      -       -    1-17     -    3-51   1-20   2-50
   Burd,K                    1-74        -        -       -       -      -      -       -      -      -      -      -    1-27
   Fells-Danzer,T            2-70        -        -       -       -      -      -     2-70     -      -      -      -      -
       INT.
   Payne,K RETURNS           1-22 No-Yds -      W&M
                                                  -       -     1-22     -      -       -      -      -      -    DNP      -
   Greer,S
       Nicholson,D           1-15   1-31 -        -
                                                1-31      -       -      -      -       -      -    1-15     -      -      -
   Mosley,C                  1-14        -        -       -       -      -      -     DNP      -    1-14     -    DNP      -
   Torchia,J                 1-10        -      1-10      -       -    DNP    DNP     DNP    DNP    DNP    DNP    DNP    DNP
   Oden,B                     1-0        -        -       -       -      -      -       -      -      -    1-0      -      -
   TEAMFUMBLE RETURNS         1-0 No-Yds
                                       DNP      W&M
                                                  -       -     DNP    DNP    DNP     DNP    1-0      -      -      -      -
     Greer,S                         1-3         1-3
   INT. RETURNS             No-Yds      UR      USC     VMI     FS     GT      NC     EMU    UM     DU     MD     BC     VT
   Minnifield,C              6-80      1-65      -      2-5      -      -       -     1-10    2-0    -      -      -      -
   McLeod,R                  2-16      DNP      DNP      -       -      -       -       -    1-16    -      -     1-0     -
   Mosley,C                  2-69        -       -       -       -      -       -     DNP    2-69    -      -     DNP     -
   Carter,D                  1-0         -       -       -       -     1-0      -       -      -     -      -      -      -


   FUMBLE RETURNS           No-Yds      UR      USC     VMI     FS     GT      NC     EMU    UM     DU     MD     BC     VT
VIRGINIA ZONE STATISTICS
2011 RED FOOTBALL GAME NOTES • INDIANA                                                                                               PAGE 20
                                        2011 University of Virginia Football
                                  Virginia Red-Zone Results (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                                    All games
                                     RED-ZONE STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME
                                                     Virginia Inside Opponent Red-Zone

                                                 Times Times     Total          Rush     Pass    FGs        Failed to score inside RZ
 Date           Opponent                 Score    In RZ Scored    Pts    TDs     TDs      TDs   Made   FGA Down       Int Fumb Half Game
 Sep 03, 2011   WILLIAM & MARY       W   40-3        5      5      27      3       3       0       2     0     0     0     0     0       0
                Totals                               5      5      27      3       3       0       2     0     0     0     0     0       0
                5 of 5 (100.0%)

                                                    Opponents Inside Virginia Red-Zone

                                                 Times Times     Total          Rush     Pass    FGs        Failed to score inside RZ
 Date           Opponent                 Score    In RZ Scored    Pts    TDs     TDs      TDs   Made   FGA Down       Int Fumb Half Game
 Sep 03, 2011   WILLIAM & MARY       W   40-3        1      1       3      0       0       0       1     0     0     0     0     0       0
                Totals                               1      1       3      0       0       0       1     0     0     0     0     0       0
                1 of 1 (100.0%)
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES • INDIANA
2011 TACKLES                                                                      PAGE 21
                                   2011 University of Virginia Football
                       Virginia Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                                All games
                                 VIRGINIA TACKLES GAME-BY-GAME
 Total Tackles             UA-A      Total   W&M
 Romero,D                   0-4          4   0-4
 Hill,W                     0-4          4   0-4
 Coley,H                    3-1          4   3-1
 Nicholson,D                0-3          3   0-3
 Reynolds,L                 2-1          3   2-1
 Minnifield,C               1-2          3   1-2
 Mosley,C                   2-1          3   2-1
 Jenkins,N                  1-2          3   1-2
 Windle,T                   0-3          3   0-3
 Snyder,J                   1-2          3   1-2
 Renfrow,J                  1-1          2   1-1
 Mack,K                     1-1          2   1-1
 Schautz,B                  1-1          2   1-1
 Taliaferro,A               0-2          2   0-2
 Battle,L                   1-1          2   1-1
 McLeod,R                   1-1          2   1-1
 Greer,S                    0-2          2   0-2
 Walcott,A                  0-1          1   0-1
 Harris,A                   0-1          1   0-1
 Phelps,B                   0-1          1   0-1
 McGee,J                    1-0          1   1-0
 Joseph,D                   1-0          1   1-0
 Brown,T                    0-1          1   0-1
 Johnson,C                  1-0          1   1-0
2011 SACKS AND TACKLES FOR LOSS                                                    PAGE 22
                                      2011 University of Virginia Football
                              Virginia Sacks Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                      VIRGINIA SACKS GAME-BY-GAME
                                                  All games

 SACKS                       UA-A   Total   W&M
 Coley,H                      1-0    1.0    1.0-7




                                   2011 University of Virginia Football
                      Virginia Tackle For Loss Game-by-Game (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                            VIRGINIA TACKLES FOR LOSS GAME-BY-GAME
                                                All games

 TACKLES FOR LOSS           UA-A    Total   W&M
 Schautz,B                   1-0     1.0    1.0-5
 Johnson,C                   1-0     1.0    1.0-2
 Renfrow,J                   1-0     1.0    1.0-1
 Hill,W                      0-2     1.0    1.0-1
 Coley,H                     1-0     1.0    1.0-7
 Snyder,J                    0-1     0.5    0.5-1
 Brown,T                     0-1     0.5    0.5-1
                                               Virginia - Long Plays
LONG PLAYS - 2011
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES • INDIANA                                                                                PAGE 23

 20-YARD PLUS PLAYS                                                LONG PLAYS BY THE NUMBERS
 Yds Type Player(s)                               Opponent         Long Plays By Yards No.   TD
   40 Pass Tim Smith from Michael Rocco           William & Mary   100+                  0    0
   31 INT    Demetrious Nicholson                 William & Mary   90-99                 0    0
   27 PR     Darius Jennings                      William & Mary   80-89                 0    0
   26 Pass Darius Jennings from Ross Metheny      William & Mary   70-79                 0    0
   26* Rush Kevin Parks                           William & Mary   60-69                 0    0
   21 KR     Darius Jennings                      William & Mary   50-59                 0    0
   20 Rush Kevin Parks                            William & Mary   40-49                 1    0
   20 Pass Kris Burd from Michael Rocco           William & Mary   30-39                 1    0
                                                                   20-29                 6    1
 * touchdown scored on play
                                                                   Long Plays By Type       No.     TD
                                                                   Rushing                    2      1
                                                                   Passing                    3      0
                                                                   Punt returns               1      0
                                                                   Kick returns               1      0
                                                                   Interceptions              1      0
                                                                   Fumble returns             0      0
                                                                   Other                      0      0
                                                                   TOTAL                      8      1

                                                                   20-YARD PLUS BY PLAYER
                                                                   Player               No. TD        R    P KR PR IR FR
                                                                   Darius Jennings        3 0         0    1 1 1 0 0
                                                                   Kevin Parks            2 1         2    0 0 0 0 0
                                                                   Kris Burd              1 0         0    1 0 0 0 0
                                                                   Demetrious Nicholson   1 0         0    0 0 0 1 0
                                                                   Tim Smith              1 0         0    1 0 0 0 0
                                                                   TOTAL                  8 1         2    3 1 1 1 0

                                                                   LONGEST PLAYS OF THE YEAR
                                                                   Rushing
                                                                   26 Kevin Parks vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Rushing Touchdown
                                                                   26 Kevin Parks vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Passing
                                                                   40 Tim Smith from Michael Rocco
                                                                        vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Passing Touchdown
                                                                   None
                                                                   Punt Return
                                                                   27 Darius Jennings vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Kick Return
                                                                   21 Darius Jennings vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Interception Return
                                                                   31 Demetrious Nicholson vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Fumble Return
                                                                   3    Steve Greer vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Punt
                                                                   45 Jimmy Howell vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
                                                                   Field Goal
                                                                   48 Robert Randolph vs William & Mary (9/3/2011)
THE LAST TIME ...                                                                                                                                                        PAGE 24


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:	114,	Kevin	Parks	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                                 Scored 40 points: 48-55 at Duke, 2010
30 carries: 30, Cedric Peerman vs. North Carolina, 2007                                      Scored 30 points: 48-55 at Duke, 2010
25 carries: 25, Cedric Peerman vs. Georgia Tech, 2008                                        Defeated a ranked team: 24-19 vs. No. 22 Miami, 2010
4 TDs rushing: 4, Keith Payne vs. Richmond, 2010                                             Defeated a ranked team on the road: 24-17 vs. No. 21 Georgia Tech, 2008
3 TDs rushing:	3,	Kevin	Parks	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                                       Recorded a Shutout: 31-0 vs. Maryland, 2008
2 TDs rushing: 3,	Kevin	Parks	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                                       Recorded a Shutout vs. ACC: 31-0 vs. Maryland, 2008
3 TDs rushing by a QB: 3, Shawn Moore vs. Georgia Tech, 1990                                 Was Shut out: by Virginia Tech, 2006 (17-0)
2 TDs rushing by a QB: 2, Jameel Sewell at Southern Miss, 2009                               Scoreless first half: at Virginia Tech, 2010
QB rushed for 100 yards: 104, Jameel Sewell vs. Virginia Tech, 2009                          Scoreless second half: at Boston College, 2010
2 rushers with 100+ yards: Jason Snelling (126) and Wali Lundy (113) vs. Temple, 2005        Did not score a TD: vs. Georgia Tech, 2009
2 rushers with 2 TDs: Wali Lundy (4), Jason Snelling (2) vs. Temple, 2005                    Did not score an offensive TD: vs Boston College, 2009
50+ yard run: 60 (TD), Cedric Peerman vs. East Carolina, 2008                                Had 300 rushing yards: 348 vs. Duke, 2004
10+ receptions: 10, Dontrelle Inman at Duke, 2010                                            Had 200 rushing yards: 226 at Duke, 2010
200 yards receiving: 239, Dontrelle Inman at Duke, 2010                                      Had fewer than 100 rushing yards: 70 at Virginia Tech, 2010
150 yards receiving: 239, Dontrelle Inman at Duke, 2010                                      Had negative yards rushing: -3 vs. Wyoming, 2007
100 yards receiving: 239, Dontrelle Inman at Duke, 2010                                      Had 200 yards passing: 221 at Virginia Tech, 2010
3 TDs receiving: 3, Tyrone Davis vs. Navy, 1994                                              Had 300 yards passing: 417 at Duke, 2010
2 TDs receiving: 2, Dontrelle Inman vs. VMI, 2010                                            Had 400 yards passing: 417 at Duke, 2010
2 receivers with 100 yards receiving: Terrence Wilkins (141) and Kevin Coffey (111) vs.      Had fewer than 100 yards passing: 75 at Miami, 2009
Virginia Tech, 1998                                                                          Had 600 yards of total offense: 643 at Duke, 2010
2 receivers with 2 TDs: Ryan Sawyer (2), Heath Miller (2) vs. Wake Forest, 2002              Had 500 yards of total offense: 643 at Duke, 2010
70+ yard pass play: 76 (TD), Marc Verica to Kris Burd vs. Florida State, 2010                Had 400 yards of total offense: 421 at Boston College, 2010
An OL caught a pass: Elton Brown vs. Florida State, 2004                                     Had fewer than 100 yards of total offense: 90 vs. Maryland, 1980
Attempted 50 passes: 55, Matt Schaub vs. NC State, 2003                                      Had consecutive games, 500 yards of total offense: 2004, Temple (504), North Carolina
Attempted 40 passes: 49, Marc Verica at Boston College, 2010                                 (549), Akron (522)
Completed 40 passes: 41, Matt Schaub vs. NC State, 2003                                      Kicked 5 field goals: 5 vs. North Carolina, 2007
Completed 30 passes: 31, Marc Verica at Boston College, 2010                                 Had 6 or more sacks in a game: 6 vs. Duke, 2009
Completed 25 passes: 31, Marc Verica at Boston College, 2010                                 Had 10 or more TFL in a game: 12 vs. Duke, 2006
400 yards passing: 417, Marc Verica at Duke, 2010                                            Missed extra point kick: vs. Richmond, 2008
300 yards passing: 417, Marc Verica at Duke, 2010                                            Had successful two-point conversion: vs. TCU, 2009
250 yards passing: 284, Marc Verica at Boston College, 2010                                  Forced 5 or more turnovers: vs. Miami, 2010
Consecutive 300-yard passing games: Matt Schuab vs. Wake Forest (312) and Duke (315), 2002   Had 5 or more turnovers: 5 vs. North Carolina, 2010
6 TD passes: 6, Dan Ellis vs. Duke, 2000                                                     Blocked 2 punts in a game: 2 at Miami, 2009
5 TD passes: 5, Matt Schaub vs. Akron, 2002                                                  Blocked 2 kicks in a game: 2 vs. Richmond, 2008
4 TD passes: 4, Marc Verica at Duke, 2010                                                    Did not punt: vs. Duke, 1989
3 TD passes: 4, Marc Verica at Duke, 2010                                                    Had no turnovers: Indiana, 2009
A non-QB threw a TD pass: Jacob Hodges (holder) 16 yards to Terence Fells-Danzer vs.         Overtime game: Miami, 2008
Maryland, 2010                                                                               Recorded a Safety: Texas Tech, 2007
Threw 3+ interceptions: 3, Marc Verica at Duke, 2010                                         Was not penalized: Maryland, 2004
300 yards total offense: 413, Marc Verica at Duke, 2010                                      100+ penalty yards: 145 vs. Maryland, 2010
200 All-purpose yards: 239, Dontrelle Inman at Duke, 2010                                    10+ penalties: 16 vs. Maryland, 2010
Intercepted 3 passes: 3, Anthony Poindexter vs. NC State, 1996                               Trailed after three quarters, but rallied to win: North Carolina, 2008
Intercepted 2 passes: 2, Chase Minnifield and Corey Mosley vs. Miami, 2010                   Did not lose a fumble: at Virginia Tech, 2010
INT by a lineman: Nate Collins at Maryland, 2009
                                                                                             90+ offensive plays: 90 at Southern Miss, 2009
INT by a linebacker: Darnell Carter at Georgia Tech, 2010
                                                                                             45 or fewer plays: 44 vs. Georgia Tech, 2009
INT at or behind line of scrimmage: Darnell Carter at Georgia Tech, 2010
INT Return for a TD: 58 yards, Chris Cook vs. Boston College, 2009
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 at Duke, 2008
4+ TFLs: 5, Chris Long at Maryland, 2007
15+ Tackles: 15, Darren Childs at Miami, 2009
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:	4,	Robert	Randolph	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Three Field Goals: 4,	Robert	Randolph	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Missed a PAT: Yannick Reyering vs. Richmond, 2008
Blocked a Punt: Trey Womack at Miami, 2009; Terence Fells-Danzer at Miami, 2009
Blocked Punt for a Touchdown: Trey Womack blocked punt and Bill Schautz returned it 20
yards for TD at Miami, 2009
Blocked a Field Goal: Nick Jenkins at Virginia Tech, 2010
Punt return for TD: Alvin Pearman vs. Temple, 2004 (70 yards)
Kickoff return for TD: Terence Fells-Danzer vs. Eastern Michigan, 2010 (70 yards)
Two-point conversion: Colter Phillips run vs. TCU, 2009
THE LAST TIME ...                                                                                                                                                      PAGE 25


AN OPPONENT HAD…                                                                           OPPONENT TEAM…
200 yards rushing: 206, Donald Brown, Connecticut, 2008                                    Scored 50 points: 55-48, Duke, 2010
150 yards rushing: 155, Javonti Greene, Eastern Michigan, 2010                             Scored 40 points: 42-23, Maryland, 2010
100 yards rushing: 114, Montel Harris and 108, Andre Williams, Boston College, 2010
                                                                                           Scored 30 points: 37-7, Virginia Tech, 2010
30 carries: 38, Montel Harris, Boston College, 2009
25 carries: 38, Montel Harris, Boston College, 2009                                        Recorded a Shutout: 17-0, Virginia Tech, 2006
4 TDs rushing: 4, Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech, 2009                                       Was Shutout: Maryland, 2008 (31-0)
3 TDs rushing: 3, D.J. Adams, Maryland, 2010                                               Scoreless first half:	William	&	Mary,	2011
2 TDs rushing: 2, Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech, 2010                                       Scoreless second half: VMI, 2010
3 TDs rushing by a QB: 3, Scott Smith, NC State, 1979                                      Did not score a TD: William	&	Mary,	2011
2 TDs rushing by a QB: 2, Sean Renfree, Duke, 2010                                         Fewer than 10 first downs: 8, VMI, 2010
QB rushed for 100 yards: 109, Joshua Nesbitt, Georgia Tech, 2010                           Fewer than 5 first downs: 3, VMI, 1979
2 rushers with 100+ yards: Montel Harris (114) and Andre Williams (108), Boston College,   1 first down: 1, Richmond, 1945
2010                                                                                       No first downs: 0, NC State, 1944
2 rushers with 2 TDs: Brandon Connette and Sean Renfree, Duke, 2010                        Had 300 rushing yards: 477, Georgia Tech, 2010
50+ yard run: 59, Andre Williams, Boston College, 2010                                     Had 200 rushing yards: 201, Virginia Tech, 2010
10+ receptions: 11, Donald Bowens, NC State, 2007                                          Had fewer than 100 rushing yards:	48,	William	&	Mary,	2011
200 yards receiving: 202, Donald Bowens, NC State, 2007
                                                                                           Had negative yards rushing: -21, Duke, 2006
150 yards receiving: 157, Torrey Smith, Maryland, 2010
100 yards receiving: 157, Torrey Smith, Maryland, 2010                                     Had 200 yards passing: 289, Maryland, 2010
3 TDs receiving: 3, Dez White, Georgia Tech, 1998                                          Had 300 yards passing: 339, North Carolina, 2010
2 TDs receiving: 2, Dwight Jones, North Carolina, 2010                                     Had fewer than 100 yards passing: 64, Eastern Michigan, 2010
2 receivers with 100 yards receiving: Donovan Varner (113) and Conner Vernon (103),        Had 600 yards of total offense: 627, Georgia Tech, 2000
Duke, 2009                                                                                 Had 500 yards of total offense: 536, Georgia Tech, 2010
2 receivers with 2 TDs: Fred Zeigler (3), Benny Galloway (2), South Carolina, 1968         Had 400 yards of total offense: 425, Maryland, 2010
90+ yard pass play: 99 (TD), Dondrial Pinkins to Troy Williamson, South Carolina, 2003     Had fewer than 100 yards of total offense: 84, Akron, 2004
80+ yard pass play: 81 (TD), T.J. Yates to Dwight Jones, North Carolina, 2010              Kicked 5 field goals: 5, Colorado State, 2002
70+ yard pass play: 81 (TD), T.J. Yates to Dwight Jones, North Carolina, 2010              Had 6 or more sacks in a game: 6, Florida State, 2010
50+ yard pass play:	62,	Danny	O’Brien	to	Torrey	Smith,	Maryland,	2010                      Had 10 or more TFL in a game: 10, Florida State, 2010
Attempted 50 passes: 69, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007                                  Missed Extra Point Kick: Virginia Tech, 2010
Attempted 40 passes: 40, Thaddeus Lewis, Duke, 2009
                                                                                           Had successful Two-Point Conversion: Duke, 2010
Completed 30 passes: 44, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007
Completed 25 passes: 44, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007                                  Forced 5 or more turnovers: 5, North Carolina, 2010
300 yards passing: 325, T.J. Yates, North Carolina, 2010                                   Had 5 or more turnovers: 5, Miami, 2010
250 yards passing:	289,	Danny	O’Brien,	Maryland,	2010                                      Had 4 or more passes intercepted: 5, Miami, 2010 (tied UVa school record)
5 TD passes: 5, Paul Pinegar, Fresno State, 2004                                           Blocked 2 punts in a game: 2, Illinois, 1999
4 TD passes: 4, Bryan Cupito, Minnesota, 2005                                              Did not punt: Georgia Tech, 2000
3 TD passes: 3, T.J. Yates, North Carolina, 2010                                           Had no turnovers: Virginia Tech, 2010
Threw 3+ interceptions: 3, Kyle Wright, Miami, 2007                                        Overtime game: Miami, 2008
300 yards total offense: 302,	Danny	O’Brien,	Maryland,	2010	                               Recorded a Safety: Duke, 2007
200 All-purpose yards: 214, Torrey Smith, Maryland, 2010                                   Was not penalized: Temple, 2004
Intercepted 3 passes:	3,	B.W.	Webb,	William	&	Mary,	2009                                   100+ penalty yards: 150, USC, 2010
Intercepted 2 passes: 2, Ross Cockrell, Duke, 2010                                         10+ penalties: 12, Miami, 2010
INT Return for a TD: 22 yds, Kevin Reddick, North Carolina, 2010                           Trailed after three quarters, but rallied to win: Maryland, 2010
2 players with INTs for TD: Darrelle Revis and Clint Session, Pittsburgh, 2006
                                                                                           Did not lose a fumble: Virginia Tech, 2010
3 sacks: 3, Robert Quinn, North Carolina, 2009
4+ TFLs: 4.0, Robert Quinn, North Carolina, 2009                                           90+ offensive plays: 91, Clemson, 2003
15+ Tackles: 16,	Jabrel	Mines,	William	&	Mary,	2011                                        45 or fewer plays: 44,	William	&	Mary,	1961
Fumble recovery for TD: Justin Hamilton blocked punt and Darryl Tapp returned it for TD,
Virginia Tech, 2002
Five Field Goals: 5, Will Snyderwine, Duke, 2009
Four Field Goals: 5, Will Snyderwine, Duke, 2009
Three Field Goals: 5, Will Snyderwine, Duke, 2009
Missed a PAT: Chris Hazley, Virginia Tech, 2010
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: Shareece Wright, USC, 2010
Punt return for TD: Collier Thearon, Miami, 2009 (60 yards)
Kickoff return for TD: Freddie Parham, Southern Miss, 2009 (100 yards)
Two-point conversion: Brandon Connette rush, Duke, 2010
                        Virginia Games Played (as of Sep 04, 2011)
                                        All games
2011 PARTICIPATION                                                              PAGE 26
##   PLAYER           GP-GS    W&M
72   Aboushi,O         1/1    START
37   Battle,L           1/-     XXX
70   Bowanko,L         1/1    START
91   Brown,T            1/-     XXX
18   Burd,K            1/1    START
79   Cascarano,S        1/-     XXX
44   Coley,H            1/-     XXX
94   Conrath,M         1/1    START
74   Davis,C            1/-     XXX
34   Fells-Danzer,T     1/-     XXX
4F   Fortin,M           1/-     XXX
88   Freedman,P         1/-     XXX
17   Gooch,M            1/-     XXX
53   Greer,S           1/1    START
49   Grywatch,T         1/-     XXX
28   Harris,A           1/-     XXX
29   Hill,D             1/-     XXX
93   Hill,W             1/-     XXX
11   Hinkebein,C        1/-     XXX
22   Hoskey,D           1/-     XXX
8    Howell,J           1/-     XXX
96   Jenkins,N         1/1    START
6    Jennings,D         1/-     XXX
56   Johnson,C         1/1    START
75   Johnson,K          1/-     XXX
33   Jones,P           1/1    START
23   Joseph,D           1/-     XXX
86   Keys,R             1/-     XXX
43   Mack,K             1/-     XXX
66   Maghamez,J         1/-     XXX
81   Mathis,J           1/-     XXX
7M   McCartin,K         1/-     XXX
83   McGee,J            1/-     XXX
4    McLeod,R          1/1    START
15   Metheny,R          1/-     XXX
71   Mihalik,M          1/-     XXX
68   Mihota,A          1/1    START
36   Milien,M          1/1    START
13   Minnifield,C      1/1    START
78   Moses,M           1/1    START
7    Mosley,C          1/1    START
1    Nicholson,D       1/1    START 2011 University of Virginia Football
42   Oden,B             1/-     XXXVirginia Games Played (as of Sep 04, 2011)
25   Parks,K            1/-     XXX
                                                  All games
63   Pasztor,A         1/1    START
21   Phelps,B           1/-     XXX
##
89   PLAYER
     Phillips,C       GP-GS
                       1/1     W&M
                              START
80   Pickett,J         1/-     XXX
3    Randolph,R        1/-     XXX
54   Renfrow,J         1/-     XXX
9    Reynolds,L        1/1    START
10   Richardson,C      1/-     XXX
16   Rocco,M           1/1    START
30   Romero,D          1/-     XXX
47   Schautz,B         1/-     XXX
4S   Shaw,R            1/-     XXX
38   Shepherd,K        1/-     XXX
20   Smith,T           1/-     XXX
90   Snyder,J          1/1    START
14   Snyder,M          1/1    START
87   Swanson,Z         1/-     XXX
52   Taliaferro,A      1/1    START
2    Terrell,D         1/-     XXX
46   Thomas,M          1/-     XXX
99   Urban,B           1/-     XXX
26   Walcott,A         1/-     XXX
27   Walker,R          1/-     XXX
61   Wallace,C         1/-     XXX
5    Watford,D         1/-     XXX
39   Windle,T          1/-     XXX
VIRGINIA PLAYER CAREER HIGHS                                                                                                                                                                   PAGE 27

37 LOVANTE BATTLE                                  96 NICK JENKINS                                    15 ROSS METHENY                                    9 LAROY REYNOLDS
Tackles: 2 vs. North Carolina, 2010; vs. William   Tackles: 7 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2010;             Pass Completions: 7 vs. Florida State, 2010        Tackles: 11 at Georgia Tech, 2010
&	Mary,	2011                                       at Southern Miss, 2009                             Pass Attempts: 9 vs. Florida State, 2010           Tackles for Loss: 3 vs. Richmond, 2010
                                                   Tackles for Loss: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, Duke,    Passing Yards: 68 vs. Florida State, 2010
91 THOMPSON BROWN                                  2010; at Southern Miss, vs. Virginia Tech, 2009;   Passing TD: 1 vs.VMI, Florida State,               10 CLIFTON RICHARDSON
Tackles:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                vs. East Carolina, 2008                            at Virginia Tech, 2010                             Rushes:	7	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Tackles	for	Loss:	0.5	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011     Sacks: 1 at Duke, 2010; at Southern Miss, 2009     Interceptions: 1 vs. North Carolina, 2010          Rushing	Yards:	57	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                   Interceptions: 1 vs. North Carolina, 2008          Long	Pass	Play:	26	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011        Rushing	Touchdowns:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	
18 KRIS BURD                                                                                                                                             2011
Receptions: 8 vs. VMI, at BC, 2010                 6 DARIUS JENNINGS                                  36 MAX MILIEN                                      Long	Rush:	19	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Receiving Yards: 122 vs. Richmond, 2010            Receptions:	4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011             Rushes: 4 vs. Indiana, 2009
Long Reception: 76 vs. Florida State, 2010         Receiving	Yards:	61	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011       Rushing Yards: 37 at Georgia Tech, 2010            16 MICHAEL ROCCO
                                                   Long	Reception:	26	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011        Long Rush: 37 at Georgia Tech, 2010                Pass	Completions:	21	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
44 HENRY COLEY                                     Long	Punt	Return:	27	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011      Receptions:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011             Pass	Attempts:	29	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Tackles:	4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                Long	Kick	Return:	21	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011      Receiving	Yards:	32	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011       Passing	Yards:	174	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Tackles	for	Loss:	1.0	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011     Rushes:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                 Long Reception: 19 at Duke, 2010                   Passing TD: 1 vs.VMI, 2010
Sacks:	1.0	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                Rushing	Yards:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                                                             Interceptions: 1 vs. VMI, UNC, 2010
                                                   Long	Rush:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011              13 CHASE MINNIFIELD                                Long	Pass	Play:	40	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
94 MATT CONRATH                                                                                       Tackles: 10 at Southern Miss, 2009
Tackles: 8 vs. TCU, 2009                           56 CAM JOHNSON                                     Interceptions: 2 vs. VMI, Miami, 2010              30 DAQUAN ROMERO
Tackles for Loss: 2.5 vs. Richmond, 2008; at       Tackles: 10 at Georgia Tech, 2010                  Kickoff Returns: 5 vs. East Carolina, 2008; at     Tackles:	4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Connecticut, 2008                                  Sacks: 2.5 vs. VMI, 2010                           Clemson, 2009
Sacks: 1.5 vs. Richmond, 2008; at USC, 2010        Tackles for Loss: 3.5 vs. VMI, 2010                Kickoff Return Yardage: 134 vs. Duke, 2009         47 BILL SCHAUTZ
Passes Broken Up: 3 at North Carolina, 2009        Passes Broken Up: 2 vs. Miami, 2010                Long Kick Return: 56 at Connecticut, 2008          Tackles:	2	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011

34 TERENCE FELLS-DANZER                            33 PERRY JONES                                     7 COREY MOSLEY                                     38 KHALEK SHEPHERD
Rushes: 2 at Virginia Tech, 2010                   Rushes: 22 vs. Miami, 2010                         Tackles: 10 at Duke, 2010; vs. TCU, 2009           Rushes:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Rushing Yards: 12 vs. VMI, 2010                    Rushing Yards: 89 at Duke, 2010                    Tackles for Loss: 2 vs. North Carolina, 2010       Rushing	Yards:	13	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Receptions: 2 vs. Maryland, 2010                   Long Rush: 38 vs. Richmond, 2010                   Interceptions: 2 vs. Miami, 2010                   Long	Rush:	5	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Receiving Yards: 18 vs. Maryland, 2010             Receptions: 4 at Georgia Tech, 2010                Pass Break Ups: 1 vs. North Carolina, at Georgia   Receptions:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Receiving TD: 1 vs. EMU, Maryland, 2010            Receiving Yards: 38 at Clemson, 2009               Tech, vs. Miami, 2008; at North Carolina, 2009;    Receiving	Yards:	10	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                   Long Reception: 38 at Clemson, 2009                vs. Florida State, 2010                            Long	Reception:	10	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
88 PAUL FREEDMAN                                   Tackles: 4 at Southern Miss, 2009                  Forced Fumbles: 1 at Maryland, 2009; vs. North
Receptions: 2 at Ga. Tech, Duke, vs. Maryland,                                                        Carolina, 2010                                     20 TIM SMITH
2010                                             23 DOM JOSEPH                                                                                           Receptions:	7	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Receiving Yards: 40 vs. Maryland, 2010           Tackles: 6 at Duke, BC, 2010                      1 DEMETRIOUS NICHOLSON                                Receiving Yards: 76 at Southern Miss, 2009
                                                 Interceptions: 1 at BC, 2010; at Maryland, 2009 Interceptions:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011               Long Reception: 69 at Southern Miss, 2009
53 STEVE GREER                                   Forced	Fumbles:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011        Long	Interception	Return:	31	vs.	William	&	           Touchdowns: 1 at Southern Miss, 2009
Tackles: 14 at Miami, 2009                                                                         Mary, 2011
Tackles for Loss: 2 at North Carolina, 2009      86 RAY KEYS                                       Tackles:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                   90 JAKE SNYDER
Sacks: 1 at Southern Miss, 2009                  Receptions:	1	vs.	FSU,	UNC	&	EMU,	2010;	vs.	      Passes	Broken	Up:	2	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011          Tackles: 3 vs. North Carolina, 2010; vs. William
Fumbles	Recovered:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011 William and Mary, 2011                                                                                     &	Mary,	2011
                                                 Receiving	Yards:	14	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011      25 KEVIN PARKS
28 ANTHONY HARRIS                                Long	Reception:	14	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011       Rushes:	16	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                   14 MATT SNYDER
Tackles:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011              Tackles:	2	vs.	Eastern	Michigan	&	VMI,	2010       Rushing	Yards:	114	vs.	William	&	Mary	2011            Receptions: 6 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2010
                                                                                                   Long	Rush:	26	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                Receiving Yards: 96 vs. Georgia Tech, 2010
93 WILL HILL                                     43 KAMERON MACK                                   Rushing	TDs:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011               Long Reception: 40 vs. Georgia Tech, 2010
Tackles:	4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011              Tackles:	2	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011               Receptions:	2	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Tackles for Loss: 1 at Boston College, 2010; vs.                                                   Receiving	Yards:	14	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011          52 AARON TALIAFERRO
William	&	Mary,	2011                             81 JEREMIAH MATHIS                                Long	Reception:	11	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011           Tackles: 7 at Georgia Tech, 2010
Sacks: 1 at Boston College, 2010                 Receptions: 3 vs. Richmond, 2010                                                                        Tackles for Loss: 1 vs. Richmond, 2010
Passes Broken Up: 1 vs. VMI, 2010; vs. William Rushing TD: 1 vs. Maryland, 2010                    21 BRANDON PHELPS
&	Mary,	2011                                                                                       Tackles:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                   2 DOMINIQUE TERRELL
                                                 51 CONNOR MCCARTIN                                                                                      Rushes:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
11 CHRIS HINKEBEIN                               Tackles: 1 at USC, vs. VMI, Florida State, Miami, 89 COLTER PHILLIPS                                    Receptions:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Long Field Goal: 52 vs. Maryland, 2010           at Duke, 2010                                     Receptions: 4 at BC, 2010                             Long	Punt	Return:	10	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Long Field Goal Attempt: 52 vs. Maryland,                                                          Receiving Yards: 31 at BC, 2010
2010                                             83 JAKE MCGEE                                     Receiving TD: 1 vs. VMI, FSU, Miami, 2010             26 AUSAR WALCOTT
Touchbacks: 5 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2010         Tackles:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011                                                                     Tackles: 10 vs. Florida State, 2010
Tackles: 2 vs. Richmond, 2010                                                                      26 JOHNNY PICKETT
                                                 4 RODNEY MCLEOD                                   Tackles: 1 vs. VMI, 2010                              27 RIJO WALKER
8 JIMMY HOWELL                                   Tackles: 11 at Miami, 2009                                                                              Tackles: 1 vs. VMI, Eastern Michigan, Maryland,
Punts: 9 at North Carolina, at Maryland, 2009 Tackles	for	Loss:	1	at	BC,	2010;	vs.	William	&	      3 ROBERT RANDOLPH                                     at Duke, BC, 2010
Punt Average: 51.0 vs. North Carolina, 2010      Mary, TCU, Southern Miss, 2009; at Duke, at       Field	Goals:	4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Punt Long: 58 vs. Miami, 2008; vs. North         Georgia Tech, 2008                                Long Field Goal: 49 vs. Georgia Tech, 2009            5 DAVID WATFORD
Carolina, 2010                                   Sacks: 1 at Georgia Tech, 2008                    Long Field Goal Attempt: 50 vs. Richmond, 2010        Pass	Completions:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                 Interceptions: 1 vs. Miami, at BC, 2010                                                                 Pass	Attempts:	5	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                 Forced Fumbles: 1 at Southern Miss, at Mary- 54 JUSTIN RENFROW                                          Passing	Yards:	46	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                 land, 2009; vs. Miami, 2008                       Tackles:	2	vs.	VMI,	2010;	vs.	William	&	Mary,	        Long	Pass	Play:	17	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                                                                   2011                                                  Rushes:	4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                                                                   Passes	Broken	Up:	1	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
                                                                                                                                                         39 TUCKER WINDLE
                                                                                                                                                         Tackles:	3	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
CAREER HIGHS APPENDIX ROBERT INDIANA
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME- NOTES • RANDOLPH                                                                                                                                                             PAGE 28

ROBERT RANDOLPH’S CAREER FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - THROUGH SEPT. 4, 2011
Totals: FGM-A (34-41)    Pct. (.829)        1-19 yards (1-1)         20-29 yards (5-6)                 30-39 yards (21-24)                      40-49 yards (7-9)       Long (49)         Blocked (1)

2008 (3-4)
Date               Game                               FGA ............................................................... Result                    MISCELLANEOUS
Oct. 18            North Carolina                     37 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      39 yards ..................................................................... Blocked        Career-High............... 4	vs.	William	&	Mary,	2011
Nov. 8             at Wake Forest                     33 yards ......................................................................... Good
Nov. 22            Clemson                            34 yards ......................................................................... Good       Longest Streak of Makes ..................13, 2009-10


2009 (17-19)
Date               Game                               FGA ............................................................... Result
Sept. 19           at Southern Miss                   34 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      24 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 3             at North Carolina                  36 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      38 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      43 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 10            Indiana                            37 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      31 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 17            at Maryland                        32 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      31 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 24            Georgia Tech                       49 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      19 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      35 yards .......................................................................Missed
                                                      30 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 31            Duke                               33 yards ......................................................................... Good
Nov. 7             at Miami                           34 yards ......................................................................... Good
Nov. 14            Boston College                     47 yards .......................................................................Missed
                                                      38 yards ......................................................................... Good
Nov. 28            Virginia Tech                      33 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      41 yards ......................................................................... Good

2010 (10-14)
Date               Opponent                           FGA ............................................................... Result
Sept. 4            Richmond                           50 yards .......................................................................Missed
Sept. 11           at Southern California             45 yards .......................................................................Missed
                                                      35 yards .......................................................................Missed
Sept. 25           VMI                                33 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      44 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 16            North Carolina                     25 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 23            Eastern Michigan                   24 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      31 yards ......................................................................... Good
Oct. 30            Miami                              32 yards ......................................................................... Good
Nov. 13            Maryland                           35 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      37 yards ......................................................................... Good
Nov. 20            at Boston College                  27 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      40 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      25 yards .......................................................................Missed
2011 (4-4)
Date               Opponent                           FGA ............................................................... Result
Sept.	3	           William	&	Mary	                    32	yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      48 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      26 yards ......................................................................... Good
                                                      42 yards ......................................................................... Good
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
2011 GAME-BY-GAME SUMMARIES • INDIANA                                                                  PAGE 29

GAME 1 • Virginia 40, William & Mary 3
Sept. 3 • Charlottesville, Va.
Game Notes
•	Virginia	held	William	&	Mary	to	169	total	yards,	the	fewest	yards	gained	by	an	opponent	since	
Duke only managed 100 total yards on Sept. 30, 2006 in Durham.
•	Virginia	was	5-of-5	(3	TD,	2	FG)	in	the	redzone	against	William	&	Mary	after	finishing	2010	
ranked No. 80 in the nation at 79.5 percent.
•	Twenty-two	Cavaliers	made	their	first	appearance	in	a	Cavalier	uniform	against	William	and	
Mary. Of those 22, 12 were true freshman (as noted by **).
•	Three	Virginia	players	started	for	the	first	time	in	their	career:	Michael	Rocco,	Demetrious	
Nicholson, and Luke Bowanko.
•	Corey	Mosley	forced	the	second	fumble	of	his	career	in	the	second	quarter	against	the	Tribe.	
Steve Greer recovered the fumble, marking his first-ever fumble recovery.
•	Michael	Rocco	completed	his	first	eleven	passes	of	the	game,	recording	his	first	incompletion	
with	just	over	two	minutes	remaining	in	the	first	half.
•	Michael	Rocco’s	40-yard	pass	to	Tim	Smith	in	the	third	quarter	marked	the	longest	completion	
of	Rocco’s	career.
•	Michael	Rocco	became	the	16th	Virginia	quarterback	since	1955	to	pass	for	at	least	150	yards	in	
his first career start under center. Finishing with 174 total passing yards against the Tribe, Rocco
ranks seventh in passing among first-game quarterbacks.
•	Kevin	Parks	became	the	first	Cavalier	since	Keith	Payne	to	rush	for	three	touchdowns	in	a	game.	
Payne scored four touchdowns against Richmond in 2010.
•	Running	for	114	yards	against	the	Tribe,	Kevin	Parks	ranks	ninth	in	rushing	yards	among	
Cavalier running backs who have scored three or more touchdowns in a game.
•	Kevin	Parks	became	the	first	Cavalier	to	rush	for	three	touchdowns	in	his	collegiate	debut	since	
Bob Davis in 1964. Davis did so as a sophomore since freshmen were ineligible to play at the
time.
•	Parks’	three	scores	mark	the	sixth	time	a	Virginia	player	has	recorded	three	touchdowns	in	the	
team’s	season	opener.
•	Freshman	Demetrious	Nicholson	recorded	his	first	career	interception	in	the	third	quarter.
•	Freshman	Clifton	Richardson	scored	his	first	career	touchdown	in	the	fourth	quarter,	rushing	
five yards for the score.
•	Robert	Randolph	had	a	career	record	four	field	goals	against	William	and	Mary.	Randolph’s	
previous career-high was three in a game, which he accomplished against both North Carolina
and Georgia Tech in 2009.

Score by Quarters:
William	&	Mary	 	        0	      0	      0	      3	 —	 3	          	
Virginia	        	       3	     10	     17	     10	 —	 40

Scoring Summary:
1st	 08:09	 VA	 Robert	Randolph	32	yd	field	goal,	13-70	6:51,	W&M	0	-	VA	3
2nd	 07:57	 VA	 Kevin	Parks	19	yd	run	(Robert	Randolph	kick),	7-60	3:29,	W&M	0	-	VA	10
	     00:00	 VA	 Robert	Randolph	48	yd	fielg	goal,	10-18	2:19,	W&M	0	-	VA	13
3rd	 09:31	 VA	 Kevin	Parks	1	yd	run	(Robert	Randolph	kick),	10-97	3:43,	W&M	0	-	VA	20
	     04:25	 VA	 Kevin	Parks	26	yd	run	(Robert	Randolph	kick),	3-35	1:05,	W&M	0	-	VA	27
	     02:17	 VA	 Robert	Randolph	26	yd	field	goal,	4-4	0:47,	W&M	0	-	VA	30
4th	 12:33	 VA	 Robert	Randolph	42	yd	field	goal,	9-45	3:09,	W&M	0	-	VA	33
      09:35 VA Clifton Richardson 5 yd run (Robert Randolph kick), 3-34 1:00,
W&M	0	-	VA	40
	     04:34	 W&M	Drake	Kuhn	34	yd	field	goal,	11-63	5:01,	W&M	3	-	VA	40
Attendance—51,956
                            W&M UVa                                         W&M UVa
FIRST DOWNS                   10       26 Punts (Number-Avg)                8-45.2 3-40.3
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)          20-48 47-240 Fumbles-Lost                         1-1     2-0
PASSING YDS (NET)            121      256 Penalties-Yards                    4-35 8-56
Passes Att-Comp-Int        34-11-1 36-26-0 Possession Time                  22:36 37:24
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 54-169 83-496 Third-Down Conversions              2 of 14 7 of 17
Fumble Returns-Yards         0-0       1-3 Fourth-Down Conversions           0 of 1 2 of 3
Punt Returns-Yards           0-0      3-44 Red-Zone Scores-Chances            1-1     5-5
Kickoff Returns-Yards       6-110 2-32 Sacks By: Number-Yards                 1-5     1-7
Interception Returns-Yards   0-0      1-31

RUSHING: W&M-Keith	McBride	4-21;	Jonathan	Grimes	6-20;	Meltoya	Jones	8-13;	Kyle	O’Brien	
1-1; Michael Graham 1-minus 7. Virginia-Kevin Parks 16-114; Clifton Richardson 7-57; Perry
Jones 12-56; Khalek Shepherd 3-13, Terence Fells-Danzer 1-3; Darius Jennings 1-3; Michael
Rocco 1-3; Dominique Terrell 1-3; Ross Metheny 1-minus 5; David Watford 4-minus 7.
PASSING: W&M-Michael Paulus 5-22-0-35; Brent Caprio 3-7-1-24; Michael Graham 3-5-0-62.
Virginia-Michael Rocco 21-29-0-174; David Watford 3-5-0-46; Ross Metheny 2-2-0-36.
RECEIVING: W&M-DJ Mangus 3-32; Nolan Kearney 2-38; Alex Gottlieb 2-36; Jonathan Grimes
2-6;	Keith	McBridge	1-7;	Kyle	O’Brien	1-2.	Virginia-Tim Smith 7-72; Darius Jennings 4-61; Kris
Burd 4-29; Max Milien 3-32; Perry Jones 2-17; Kevin Parks 2-14; Ray Keys 1-14; Khalek Shepherd
1-10; Matt Snyder 1-7; Dominique Terrell 1-0.
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
2011 VIRGINIA FOOTBALL ROSTERS• INDIANA                                                                                                                                  PAGE 30

No.     Name                     Pos    Ht       Wt     Yr    Hometown                High School/Previous School            No.   Name ...................... Pos.
   1    Demetrious Nicholson     CB     5-11     165    1     Virginia Beach, Va.     Bayside                                72    Oday Aboushi* ................. OT
   1    Thomas Wheet             WR     6-2      190    Fr.   Washington D.C.         St. Albans                             38    Mike Ahunamba.............. ILB
   2    Dominique Terrell        WR     5-11     170    1     Manassas, Va.           Osbourn                                41    Pablo Alvarez ....................FS
   3    Robert Randolph**        PK     5-10     170    4     Naples, Fla.            Naples                                 58    Diamonte Bailey .............. DE
   4    Rodney McLeod***         SS     5-11     180    4     Oxon Hill, Md.          DeMatha                                37    LoVanté Battle*.................SS
   5    David Watford            QB     6-1      190    1     Hampton, Va.            Hampton                                31    Blake Blaze........................TE
                                                                                                                             70    Luke Bowanko..................OG
   6    Darius Jennings          WR     5-11     165    1     Baltimore, Md.          Gilman School
                                                                                                                             67    Landon Bradley** ............ OT
   7    Kyle McCartin*           QB     6-4      220    3     Warrenton, Va.          Fauquier                               98    Chris Brathwaite............... DT
   7    Corey Mosley***          FS     5-10     200    4     Richmond, Va.           Henrico                                91    Thompson Brown............. DE
   8    Jimmy Howell***          P      6-6      240    4     Florence, S.C.          West Florence                          65    Ross Burbank ..................... C
   9    LaRoy Reynolds**         OLB    6-2      230    3     Norfolk, Va.            Maury                                  18    Kris Burd***....................WR
   9    James Valeiras           WR     5-11     190    1*    Great Falls, Va.        Gonzaga                                92    Rob Burns ........................ DE
  10    Clifton Richardson       TB     6-0      215    1     Newport News, Va.       Menchville                             29    Adam Caplinger ............ OLB
  11    Chris Hinkebein**        PK     6-1      195    4     Charlotte, N.C.         Providence                             79    Sean Cascarano* .............. OT
  13    Chase Minnifield***      CB     6-0      185    4     Lexington, Ky.          Henry Clay                             44    Henry Coley..................... ILB
  14    Matt Snyder**            WR     6-5      215    4     Glen Allen, Va.         Deep Run                               94    Matt Conrath*** .............. DT
  15    Ross Metheny             QB     6-3      205    2     Stephens City, Va.      Sherando                               45    Vincent Croce ................... DE
  16    Michael Rocco            QB     6-3      225    2     Lynchburg, Va.          Liberty Christian Academy              69    Tim Cwalina ..................... OT
                                                                                                                             74    Conner Davis ....................OG
  17    Miles Gooch              WR     6-3      220    1*    Decatur, Ga.            Towers
                                                                                                                             64    David Dean....................... DT
  18    Kris Burd***             WR     6-1      200    4     Matoaca, Va.            Matoaca                                42    Jeremy Dollin ....................TE
  19    Ian Frye                 PK     6-6      190    1     Bristol, Va.            Virginia                               34    Terence Fells-Danzer** .... FB
  19    Michael Strauss          QB     6-2      205    1*    Key Biscayne, Fla.      Gulliver Prep                          74    Cameron Fitch ................. DE
  20    Tim Smith*               WR     6-0      185    2     Chesapeake, Va.         Oscar Smith                            45    Matt Fortin........................LS
  21    Brandon Phelps           CB     6-0      175    1     Damascus, Md.           Damascus                               88    Paul Freedman* ................TE
  22    Drequan Hoskey           CB     6-0      175    1*    Richmond, Va.           Henrico                                19    Ian Frye ............................ PK
  23    Dom Joseph**             CB     6-1      195    4     Philadelphia, Pa.       Roman Catholic                         70    Greg Gallop ...................... DT
	 23	   Brendan	Morgan	          WR	    6-0	     180	   1*	   Toronto,	Ont.	          St.	Michael’s	College	School           17    Miles Gooch ....................WR
  25    Jeremy Martin            FS     5-7      175    4     Newport News, Va.       Woodside                               52    Jon Goss ..........................OG
  25    Kevin Parks              TB     5-8      195    1*    Salisbury, N.C.         West Rowan                             53    Steve Greer** .................. ILB
  26    Ausar Walcott**          OLB    6-4      240    3     Hackensack, N.J.        Hackensack                             49    Trevor Grywatch ............. OLB
                                                                                                                             28    Anthony Harris ..................SS
  26    Colby Rhodes             WR     5-7      160    2     Forest, Va.             Jefferson Forest
                                                                                                                             29    D.J. Hill ........................... OLB
  27    Jacob Hodges*            HLD/WR 5-11     190    4     Halifax, Va.            Mountain View                          93    Will Hill* .......................... DT
	 27	   Rijo	Walker*	            CB	    5-10	    185	   2	    Hampton,	Va.	           Bethel                                 11    Chris Hinkebein** ............ PK
  28    Anthony Harris           SS     6-1      180    1     Chesterfield, Va.       Lloyd C. Bird                          27    Jacob Hodges* ........HLD/WR
  28    Eric Thornton            WR     6-3      215    3     Richmond, Va.           Henrico                                22    Drequan Hoskey ............... CB
  29    Adam Caplinger           OLB    6-1      230    1*    Broadway, Va.           Broadway                               8     Jimmy Howell*** .............. P
  29    D.J. Hill                OLB    6-0      210    1     Covington, Ga.          Newton                                 96    Nick Jenkins*** ............... DT
  30    Daquan Romero            OLB    6-1      230    1     Hampton, Va.            Phoebus                                6     Darius Jennings...............WR
	 30	   Alec	Vozenilek		         PK		   5-10		   185	   1*	   Richmond,	Va.		         St.	Christopher’s	School               56    Cam Johnson*** .............. DE
  31    Blake Blaze              TE     6-4      215    1*    Barnstable, Mass.       Barnstable                             75    Kelby Johnson .................. OT
  31    Kyrrel Latimer           FS     5-10     205    1     Hyattsville, Md.        DeMatha Catholic/Fork Union Military   50    Marco Jones ..................... DE
  33    Perry Jones**            TB     5-8      185    3     Chesapeake, Va.         Oscar Smith                            33    Perry Jones** ................... TB
                                                                                                                             23    Dom Joseph** ................. CB
  33    Joseph Williams          CB     5-10     180    3     Sterling, Va.           Dominion
                                                                                                                             76    Ted Kefalas ....................... OT
  34    Terence Fells-Danzer**   FB     6-1      240    4     Culpeper, Va.           Culpeper                               86    Ray Keys** ......................WR
  34    David Marrs              SS     6-0      190    1*    Bluefield, VA           Oakton                                 64    Nick Koutris ...................... OT
  36    Max Milien*              FB     6-0      220    4     Arlington, Va.          Yorktown                               31    Kyrrel Latimer ...................FS
  36    Justin Olderman          LB     6-3      225    1     Atlanta, Ga.            Marist School                          57    Stephen Lawe .................. DE
  37    LoVanté Battle*          SS     5-10     200    3     Hampton, Va.            Phoebus                                40    Darius Lee .........................FS
  37    Billy Skrobacz           FB     5-9      215    2     Richmond, Va.           Deep Run                               43    Sammy MacFarlane.......... FB
  38    Mike Ahunamba            ILB    6-0      225    2     Bronx, N.Y.             Mount St. Michael                      43    Kameron Mack ..................FS
  38    Khalek Shepherd          TB     5-8      185    1*    Upper Marlboro, Md.     Gwynn Park                             66    John Maghamez................. C
  39    Tucker Windle**          OLB    6-3      225    3     Charlotte, N.C.         Charlotte Catholic                     34    David Marrs .......................SS
	 40	   Darius	Lee	              FS	    6-1	     200	   1	    Alexandria,	Va.		       St.	Stephen’s	&	St.	Agnes	School       25    Jeremy Martin...................FS
  41    Pablo Alvarez            FS     6-3      205    1*    Coral Gables, Fla.      Belen Jesuit Prep                      81    Jeremiah Mathis ...............TE
                                                                                                                             51    Connor McCartin* ............ DE
  42    Jeremy Dollin            TE     6-4      225    1*    Cincinnati, Ohio        Indian Hill
                                                                                                                             7     Kyle McCartin* .................QB
  42    Brian Oden*              SS     5-10     185    3     Purcellville, Va.       Loudoun Valley                         83    Jake McGee .......................TE
  43    Kameron Mack             FS     6-5      205    1     Portsmouth, Va.         I.C. Norcom                            4     Rodney McLeod*** ...........SS
  43    Sammy MacFarlane         FB     6-1      220    1     Greenwich, Conn.        Brunswick School                       15    Ross Metheny...................QB
  44    Henry Coley              ILB    6-2      235    1*    Virginia Beach, Va.     Bayside                                71    Matt Mihalik* ..................OG
  45    Vincent Croce            DE     6-4      260    1     Olney, Md.              Our Lady of Good Counsel               68    Anthony Mihota* ............... C
  45    Matt Fortin              LS     5-11     195    1*    West Chester, Pa.       The Haverford School/Deerfield Acad.   36    Max Milien* ..................... FB
  46    Ryan Shaw                TE     6-4      225    3     Berryville, Va.         Clarke County                          13    Chase Minnifield*** ........ CB
  46    Mason Thomas             SS     6-0      190    1     Virginia Beach, Va.     Kempsville                             23    Brendan Morgan .............WR
  47    Bill Schautz             DE     6-4      250    3     Bloomfield, N.J.        Bergen Catholic                        78    Morgan Moses*................ OT
  49    Trevor Grywatch          OLB    6-0      215    4     Ashburn, Va.            Culver Military Academy                7     Corey Mosley*** ...............FS
	 49	   Charlie	Murray	          FB	    6-5	     245	   1	    Charlottesville,	Va.	   St.	Anne’s	Belfield                    49    Charlie Murray ................. FB
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No. Name                             Pos     Ht        Wt       Yr    Hometown                        High School/Previous School                  No.   Name ...................... Pos.
  50 Marco Jones                     DE      6-3       260      1     Baltimore, Md.                  Boys Latin School                            1     Demetrious Nicholson ...... CB
  50 Michael Terrell                 LS      6-1       215      3     Portsmouth, Va.                 Norcom                                       42    Brian Oden* ......................SS
  51 Connor McCartin*                DE      6-3       230      3     Warrenton, Va.                  Fauquier                                     36    Justin Olderman............... LB
  52 Jon Goss                        OG      6-2       275      1*    Montclair, Va.                  Forest Park                                  25    Kevin Parks....................... TB
                                                                                                                                                   63    Austin Pasztor*** ............OG
  52 Aaron Taliaferro*               OLB     6-2       230      4     Gloucester, Va.                 Gloucester
                                                                                                                                                   21    Brandon Phelps................ CB
  53 Steve Greer**                   ILB     6-2       225      3     Solon, Ohio                     Solon                                        89    Colter Phillips** ................TE
  54 Justin Renfrow                  DT      6-6       300      2     Morrisville, Pa.                William Penn Charter                         80    Johnny Pickett.................WR
  55 Caleb Taylor                    OLB     6-0       245      1     Hampton, Va.                    Phoebus                                      60    John Pond ........................OG
  56 Cam Johnson***                  DE      6-4       270      4     Greenbelt, Md.                  Gonzaga                                      3     Robert Randolph** .......... PK
  57 Stephen Lawe                    DE      6-5       265      1*    Norfolk, Va.                    Maury                                        54    Justin Renfrow ................. DT
  58 Diamonte Bailey                 DE      6-3       225      1     Richmond, Va.                   Hermitage                                    9     LaRoy Reynolds** .......... OLB
  59 Charlie Richards                LS      6-0       215      1     Virginia Beach, Va.             First Colonial                               26    Colby Rhodes ..................WR
  60 John Pond                       OG      6-3       315      1     Chester, Va.                    Matoaca                                      59    Charlie Richards ................LS
  61 Cody Wallace                    C       6-4       285      1*    Moorestown, N.J.                Moorestown/Fork Union Military               10    Clifton Richardson ............ TB
  62 Buddy Ruff                      DT      6-4       325      3     Norfolk, Va.                    Norview                                     16     Michael Rocco ..................QB
  63 Austin Pasztor***               OG      6-7       305      4     Langton, Ontario                Fork Union Military Academy                 30     Daquan Romero ............. OLB
                                                                                                                                                  82     Kevin Royal .....................WR
  64 David Dean                      DT      6-1       285      1     Virginia Beach, Va.             Green Run
                                                                                                                                                  62     Buddy Ruff ....................... DT
  64 Nick Koutris                    OT      6-6       250      1*    Oakhill, VA                     Oakton                                      47     Bill Schautz ...................... DE
  65 Ross Burbank                    C       6-4       290      1     Virginia Beach, Va.             Frank W. Cox                                84     E.J. Scott .........................WR
  66 John Maghamez                   C       6-3       275      3     Ashburn, Va.                    Briar Woods                                 46     Ryan Shaw ........................TE
  67 Landon Bradley**                OT      6-7       280      4     Conway, S.C.                    Conway                                      38     Khalek Shepherd .............. TB
  68 Anthony Mihota*                 C       6-4       285      4     Fredericksburg, Va.             Massaponax                                  37     Billy Skrobacz ................... FB
  69 Tim Cwalina                     OT      6-7       295      1     Pittsburgh, Pa.                 Mount Lebanon                                85    Bobby Smith ...................WR
  70 Luke Bowanko                    OG      6-6       295      2     Clifton, Va.                    Centreville                                 20     Tim Smith* .....................WR
  70 Greg Gallop                     DT      6-1       295      1*    Chester Va.                     Thomas Dale                                 71     Tyler Smith ....................... DT
  71 Matt Mihalik*                   OG      6-7       310      3     Middlefield, Ohio               Gilmour Academy                             90     Jake Snyder* .................... DE
  71 Tyler Smith                     DT      5-11 280           1*    Virginia Beach, Va.             Bishop Sullivan                              14    Matt Snyder** ................WR
  72 Oday Aboushi*                   OT      6-6       310      3     Staten Island, N.Y.             Xaverian                                    19     Michael Strauss ................QB
                                                                                                                                                  87     Zachary Swanson ........ FB/TE
  74 Conner Davis                    OG      6-5       305      1*    Henrico, Va.                    Deep Run
                                                                                                                                                  52     Aaron Taliaferro* ............ OLB
  74 Cameron Fitch                   DE      6-2       275      1*    Chesapeake, Va.                 Grassfield                                  55     Caleb Taylor .................... OLB
  75 Kelby Johnson                   OT      6-7       300      1     Hyattsville, Md.                DeMatha Catholic                             2     Dominique Terrell............WR
  76 Ted Kefalas                     OT      6-6       270      1     Richmond, Va.                   Mills Godwin                                50     Michael Terrell...................LS
  77 Jay Whitmire                    OG      6-6       285      1     Alexandria, Va.                 T.C. Williams                               46     Mason Thomas ..................SS
  78 Morgan Moses*                   OT      6-6       335      2     Richmond, Va.                   Meadowbrook/Fork Union Military             28     Eric Thornton ...................WR
  79 Sean Cascarano*                 OT      6-6       280      2     Glenview, Ill.                  Glenbrook South                             99     Brent Urban ..................... DE
  80 Johnny Pickett                  WR      5-11 160           3     Centreville, Va.                Westfield                                    9     James Valeiras .................WR
  81 Jeremiah Mathis                 TE      6-3       245      2     Bowie, Md.                      DeMatha                                     30     Alec Vozenilek ................. PK
  82 Kevin Royal                     WR      6-3       220      2     Newburg, N.Y.                   Brunswick School (Conn.)                     26    Ausar Walcott** ............. OLB
  83 Jake McGee                      TE      6-5       235      1*    Richmond, Va.                   Collegiate School                           	27	   Rijo	Walker* ..................... CB
  84 E.J. Scott                      WR      5-11 185           1*    Ellicott City, Md.              Our Lady of Good Counsel                     61    Cody Wallace ...................... C
                                                                                                                                                   5     David Watford ..................QB
  85 Bobby Smith                     WR      6-5       200      2     Richmond, Va.                   Varina
                                                                                                                                                   1     Thomas Wheet ................WR
  86 Ray Keys**                      WR      6-1       215      4     Rocky Mount, Va.                Franklin County                              77    Jay Whitmire ....................OG
  87 Zachary Swanson                 FB/TE 6-6         235      1*    Katy, Texas                     Katy High School                             33    Joseph Williams ............... CB
  88 Paul Freedman*                  TE      6-6       260      3     Belleair Beach, Fla.            Clearwater Central Catholic                 39     Tucker Windle** ............. OLB
  89 Colter Phillips**               TE      6-6       245      3     Darnestown, Md.                 Georgetown Prep
  90 Jake Snyder*                    DE      6-4       275      2     Glen Allen, Va.                 Deep Run
	 91	 Thompson	Brown	                DE	     6-4	      225	     1	    Richmond,	Va.		                 St.	Christopher’s
  92 Rob Burns                       DE      6-7       230      1     Ashburn, Va.                    Stone Bridge
  93 Will Hill*                      DT      6-4       280      3     Williamsburg, Va.               Lafayette
  94 Matt Conrath***                 DT      6-7       280      4     Oak Lawn, Ill.                  St. Rita
  96 Nick Jenkins***                 DT      6-3       275      4     Westminster, Md.                Good Counsel
  98 Chris Brathwaite                DT      6-1       270      1*    Brooklyn, N.Y.                  Holy Cross
  99 Brent Urban                     DE      6-7       280      2     Mississauga, Ont.               Lorne Park Secondary
1* = redshirt freshman, *** beside name indicates letters won

COACHING STAFF
Mike London (head coach), Jim Reid (associate head coach/defensive coordinator), Bill Lazor (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Jeff Hanson
(recruiting coordinator/ defensive line), Anthony Poindexter (special teams coordinator/safeties), Vincent Brown (linebackers/assistant special
teams coordinator), Mike Faragalli (running backs), Shawn Moore (wide receivers), Scott Wachenheim (offensive line), Chip West (cornerbacks),
Gordie Sammis (graduate assistant OL-TE), Marques Hagans (graduate assistant WR-TE).
VIRGINIA FOOTBALL DEPTH CHART

OFFENSE                                               DEFENSE

Pos No       Name                 Ht    Wt    Yr      Pos No    Name                   Ht           Wt       Yr
WR 18        Kris Burd            6-1   200   Sr.     DE 90     Jake Snyder            6-4          275      So.
     2       Dominique Terrell 5-11     170   Fr.         99    Brent Urban            6-7          280      So.
LT 72        Oday Aboushi         6-6   310   Jr.     DT 94     Matt Conrath           6-7          280      Sr.
    75       Kelby Johnson 6-7          300   Fr.         54    Justin Renfrow         6-6          300      So.
LG 63        Austin Pasztor       6-7   305   Sr.     DT 96     Nick Jenkins           6-3          275      Sr.
    71       Matt Mihalik         6-7   310   Jr.         93    Will Hill              6-4          280      Jr.
 C 68        Anthony Mihota 6-4         285   Sr.     DE 56     Cam Johnson            6-4          270      Sr.
    61       Cody Wallace         6-4   285   R-Fr.       47    Billy Schautz          6-4          250      Jr.
RG 70        Luke Bowanko 6-6           295   So.     SLB 52    Aaron Taliaferro       6-2          230      Sr.
    74       Conner Davis         6-5   305   R-Fr.       26    Ausar Walcott          6-4          240      Jr.
RT 78        Morgan Moses 6-6           335   So.     MLB 53    Steve Greer            6-2          225      Jr.
    79       Sean Cascarano 6-6         280   So.         44    Henry Coley            6-2          235      R-Fr.
TE 89        Colter Phillips      6-6   245   Jr.     WLB 9     LaRoy Reynolds         6-2          230      Jr.
    88       Paul Freedman 6-6          260   Jr.         30    Daquan Romero          6-1          230      Fr.
    81       Jeremiah Mathis 6-3        245   So.     CB 1      Demetrious Nicholson   5-11         165      Fr.
    83       Jake McGee           6-5   235   R-Fr.       22    Drequan Hoskey         6-0          175      R-Fr.
QB 16        Michael Rocco        6-3   225   So.     FS 7      Corey Mosley           5-10         200      Sr.
    15       Ross Metheny         6-3   205   So.         27    Rijo Walker            5-10         185      So.
OR 5         David Watford        6-1   190   Fr.     SS 4      Rodney McLeod          5-11         180      Sr.
TB 33        Perry Jones          5-8   185   Jr.         28    Anthony Harris         6-1          180      Fr.
    25       Kevin Parks          5-8   195   R-Fr.   CB 13     Chase Minnifield       6-0          185      Sr.
    38       Khalek Shepherd 5-8        185   R-Fr.       23    Dom Joseph             6-1          195      Sr.
    10       Clifton Richardson 6-0     215   Fr.
FB 36        Max Milien           6-0   220   Sr.     SPECIAL TEAMS
    34       Terence Fells-Danzer 6-1   240   Sr.
WR 14        Matt Snyder          6-5   215   Sr.      P   8    Jimmy Howell        6-6       240         Sr.
OR 20        Tim Smith            6-0   185   So.     PK   3    Robert Randolph     5-10      170         Sr.
     6       Darius Jennings 5-11       165   Fr.     KO  11    Chris Hinkebein     6-1       195         Sr.
                                                      Hold27    Jacob Hodges        5-11      190         Sr.
                                                      LS  45    Matt Fortin         5-11      195         R-Fr.
                                                      PR   2    Dominique Terrell   5-11      170         Fr.
                                                           6    Darius Jennings     5-11      165         Fr.
                                                      KOR 6     Darius Jennings     5-11      165         Fr.
                                                          25    Kevin Parks         5-8       195         R-Fr.

				
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