ACC Game Previews, Standings, and Stats


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Georgia Tech at NC State & Clemson at Virginia highlight 6-game schedule
for week No. 5 Florida State No. 2, Clemson climbs to 11th in latest football
rankings

THIS WEEK'S GAMES (WEEK #5 SCHEDULE):

Thursday, September 21

Stadium(Capacity) Series Last Meeting TV Time



Georgia Tech (2-1) at NC State (3-0)

Carter Finley Stadium (51,500) GaT (12-7-0) 48-21 (GaT) 1999 ESPN 8:00



Saturday, September 23

Clemson (3-0) at Virginia (2-1)

Scott Stadium (61,500) Clem. (33-5-1) 33-14 (Clem.) 1999 ABC 3:30

Louisville (2-0) at Florida State (3-0)

Doak Campbell Stadium (80,000) FSU (11-1-0) 40-15 (FSU) 1991 ESPN2 6:00

M. Tennessee State (1-2) at Maryland (1-1)

Byrd Stadium (48,055) 1st meeting 1st meeting 6:00

Marshall (1-1) at North Carolina (2-1)

Kenan Stadium (60,000) 1st meeting 1st meeting ESPN reg 6:00

Duke (0-3) at Vanderbilt (0-3)

Vanderbilt Stadium (53,879) Vandy (4-3-0) 31-14 (Vandy) 1999 7:00

Thursday, September 21

Georgia Tech (2-1, 0-1)

at NC State (3-0, 0-0)

8:00 p.m., ESPN

Carter-Finley Stadium (51,500)

THE GAME: NC State will be shooting for its third-straight victory to
open the season when it hosts Georgia Tech in a nationally-televised affair
on ESPN ... the Yellow Jackets have won five in a row over the Wolfpack, including
the last two games in Raleigh and lead the series 12-7.

THE COACHES: George O'Leary is 38-26 in six seasons with the Yellow Jackets
... Chuck Amato is 3-0 in his first season as a head coach ... is the first
NC State head coach to win his first three games since Harry Hartsell in 1917.

GAME NOTES: A year ago, Georgia Tech was 89th nationally in defense against
the run allowing 183.2 yards per game; after three games this year the Jackets
are 23rd yielding only 2.2 yards per attempt and 82.0 yards per contest ...
NC State leads the nation in passing offense (376.3) while Tech is 111th in
passing efficiency defense, yielding 303.0 yards per game ... GaT QB George
Godsey has thrown for 544 yards and seven TDs and no interceptions and ranks
24th nationally in passing efficiency ... Tech WR Kelly Campbell is eighth in
Tech annals in career receiving yardage (1,396) and ninth in career receptions
(82); needs one more TD catch to tie the Tech career mark of 14 ... soph LB
Recardo Wimbush is GaT's top tackler with 27 hits, including seven tackles for
loss. ... NC State true freshman QB Philip Rivers leads the ACC and is second
nationally in total offense, averaging 356.3 yards per game ... Rivers leads
the ACC in pass completions (76), yards passing (1,069) and touchdown passes
(10) ... Ray Robinson is 13th among NC State career rushing leaders with 1,470
yards ... NC State WR Koren Robinson continued his hot streak against SMU, catching
five passes for 149 yards and two TDs, marking the eighth time in his last nine
games (and ninth time overall) that he has had 100-yards or more in receiving
yardage; is already ninth on State's all-time receiving yardage list with 1,229
yards after only 14 career games ... the Wolfpack defense sacked SMU quarterbacks
eight times ... since 1990, State is 45-16 at home, including an 11-2 mark over
the last three seasons.

(NCAA Rank) Ga Tech NC State

Points Offense 27.3 (50) 40.0 (11)

Total Offense 313.0 (77) 481.0 (7)

Rush Offense 109.3 (79) 104.7 (86)

Pass Offense 203.7 (56) 376.3 (1)

Points Defense 18.7 (44) 23.0 (67)

Total Defense 385.0 (85) 327.9 (52)

Rush Defense 82.0 (23) 172.0 (83)

Pass Defense 303.0 (111) 155.7 (26)

Saturday, September 23

No. 11 Clemson (3-0, 1-0)

at Virginia (2-1, 1-0)

3:30 p.m., ABC

Scott Stadium (61,500)

THE GAME: Both the 11th-ranked Tigers, off to their best start since
1991, and home-standing Cavaliers will be looking to maintain their early-season
momentum when they square off for the 40th time in a rivalry that begin in 1955
... Clemson won the first 29 meetings in the series and currently leads the
series by a 33-5-1 margin, including a 14-3 mark in Scott Stadium ... since
1990, Virginia is 5-4-1 against the Tigers.

THE COACHES: Tommy Bowden is 27-10 in four seasons overall, with a 9-6
mark in two years at Clemson ... George Welsh is 185-127-4 in 28 seasons, including
a 130-81-3 in 19 years with the Cavaliers.

GAME NOTES: Two of the nation's top quarterbacks - Clemson's Woodrow
Dantzler and Virginia's Dan Ellis - will be on display Saturday in Scott Stadium
... in addition to leading the ACC in rushing (91.7), Dantzler has completed
67 percent of his passes for 537 yards and six touchdowns while Ellis has completed
64 percent of his attempts for 849 yards and five TDs; Dantzler is ranked second
nationally in passing efficiency, Ellis fifth ... over his last five games Dantzler
is averaging 276.6 yards per game in total offense while completing 64-of-105
passes (.610) for 971 yards and 10 TDs with only one interception ... over his
last five games Ellis has completed 89 of 134 passes (.664) for 1,554 yards
(310.8 pg) and 15 TDs; has thrown for over 200 yards in five straight games
and is eighth on the school's all-time passing list with 3,181 yards ... UVa's
Antwoine Womack is third in the ACC in rushing (84.3) while Clemson's Travis
Zachery is fourth (75.3); over his last six games, Zachery has scored 15 TDs
... Cavalier WR Billy McMullen is third in the ACC in both receptions (5.0)
and receiving yardage (96.0) while Clemson's Rod Gardner is sixth in receptions
(4.3) and fifth in yardage (67.3), on the Clemson career charts Gardner is fifth
in receptions (121) and sixth in receiving yardage (1,650) .... UVa's Mike Abrams
is 13th nationally in punting (44.7) ... the Clemson offense has not had a turnover
this year.

(NCAA Rank) Clemson Virginia

Points Offense 51.7 (2) 31.7 (35)

Total Offense 520.7 (2) 448.3 (17)

Rush Offense 292.7 (6) 165.3 (42)

Pass Offense 228.0 (39) 283.0 (16)

Points Defense 5.3 (1) 18.0 (40)

Total Defense 160.0 (1) 370.7 (80)

Rush Defense 77.0 (19) 151.3 (64)

Pass Defense 83.0 (1) 219.3 (75)

Saturday, September 23

Louisville (2-0)

at No. 2 Florida State (3-0, 2-0)

6:00 p.m., ESPN2

Doak Campbell Stadium (80,000)

THE GAME: The second-ranked Seminoles go after their 16th consecutive
win over the past two seasons when they host an undefeated Louisville club in
a nationally-televised affair on ESPN2 ... Florida State has won 11 in a row
in the series since the Cardinals captured the first meeting between the two
teams 41-14 in 1952 ... the two teams have not played since a 40-15 FSU win
in 1991.

THE COACHES: John L. Smith is 16-10 in three years at Louisville and
85-49 in 12 seasons overall ... Bobby Bowden is 234-53-4 in 25 years at FSU
and 307-65-4 in 35 seasons overall.

GAME NOTES: FSU rushed for 194 yards in Saturday's 63-14 win over UNC,
its highest rushing total in 17 games ... FSU's Chris Weinke has completed 63
percent of his passes for 1,023 yards and eight TDs with no interceptions and
is ranked sixth nationally in passing efficiency and sixth in total offense
(329.0) ... Weinke has thrown for 200 yards or more in 14 straight regular season
games and in 23 of his 24 career starts; is 11th on the ACC career passing yardage
list (6,695), 14h in total offense (6,147) and sixth with 54 TD passes ... Weinke
will direct an FSU offense that is ranked sixth nationally against a Louisville
defense that leads the nation in rushing defense (19.5) and is ninth overall
(238.5) ... FSU's Marvin Minnis leads the ACC and is seventh nationally in receptions
(20-for-339) ... Seminole TB Travis Minor ran for a season-high 112 yards against
UNC and leads the Seminoles in rushing (63.3) ... FSU has been ranked in every
AP poll since the fifth week of the 1989 season, a streak spanning 186 consecutive
rankings ... FSU has won 30 straight in Doak Campbell Stadium and have not lost
in 47 consecutive contests (FSU tied Florida in 1994) ... Louisville opened
the season with wins over Kentucky (40-34) and Grambling (52-0); the shutout
was keyed by 10 quarterback sacks, including four by sophomore DE Michael Josiah
... Cardinal QB Dave Ragone is third in the nation in passing efficiency having
completed 35 of 51 passes (.696) for 433 yards and seven TDs.

(NCAA Rank) Louisville Florida State

Points Offense 46.0 (5) 39.3 (12)

Total Offense 435.0 (21) 483.7 (6)

Rush Offense 206.0 (23) 108.0 (81)

Pass Offense 229.0 (38) 375.7 (2)

Points Defense 17.0 (35) 12.7 (18)

Total Defense 238.5 (9) 282.0 (25)

Rush Defense 19.5 (1) 52.0 (4)

Pass Defense 219.0 (72) 230.0 (82)

Saturday, September 23

Middle Tennessee State (1-2)

at Maryland (1-1, 0-0)

6:00 p.m.

Byrd Stadium (48,055)

THE GAME: Maryland closes out its 2000 non-conference schedule when
the Terps return home to host the Blue Raiders of Middle Tennessee State under
the lights in Byrd Stadium ... this is the Terps' first meeting with MTSU, a
Division I-A independent ... the Blue Raiders opened the season with road losses
to Illinois (35-6) and Florida (55-0) before defeating Murray State (44-28)
Saturday.

THE COACHES: Andy McCollum is 4-10 in his second year with the Blue Raiders
... Ron Vanderlinden is 11-24 in his four seasons in College Park.

GAME NOTES: Maryland's LaMont Jordan ran for 38 yards against West Virginia
and became the school's all-time leading rusher with 3,327 yards; moved into
15th place on the ACC's career rushing list ... sophomore QB Calvin McCall completed
19 of 29 passes against the Mountaineers for 215 yards and finished with a career-best
244 yards in total offense ... Terp PK Brian Kopka has made 36 of 52 career
field goal attempts (.692) and is sixth among Maryland career scoring leaders
with 178 points ... Terp offensive line has allowed only one QB sack through
the first two games this season ... Maryland's Brooks Barnard leads the nation
in punting with a 49.4 yards per kick average while Mukala Sikyala leads the
ACC and is fifth nationally in kickoff returns (32.5) ... Maryland is 152-97-1
(.610) all-time in Byrd Stadium, built in 1950 at the cost of $1 million ...
Terp OLB Aaron Thompson has 28 career tackles for loss ... MTSU's Kendall Newson
is the school's all-time leading receiver with 117 career catches in only 24
games played (4.9 per game) ... MTSU is 35th in the country in total offense
averaging 410.3 yards per game ... Blue Raider QB Wes Counts has started 24
straight games; completed 22-of-34 passes for 260 yards in the win over Murray
State ... MTSU sophomore TB Dwone Hicks rushed for 115 yards and two TDs against
Murray State and leads the team with 313 yards rushing.

(NCAA Rank) M. Tennessee Maryland

Points Offense 16.7 (93) 17.0 (90)

Total Offense 410.3 (35) 270.0 (96)

Rush Offense 190.0 (32) 85.5 (98)

Pass Offense 220.3 (44) 184.5 (69)

Points Defense 39.3 (106) 20.0 (52)

Total Defense 406.3 (91) 442.0 (104)

Rush Defense 168.3 (78) 190.0 (100)

Pass Defense 238.0 (88) 252.0 (94)

Saturday, September 23

Marshall (1-1)

at North Carolina (2-1, 1-1)

6:00 p.m., ESPN Regional

Kenan Stadium (60,000)

THE GAME: North Carolina returns home to a sold-out Kenan Stadium to
host Mid-American Conference foe Marshall in an ESPN regional telecast ... this
is the first meeting between the two schools in football ... overall, the Tar
Heels are 8-2 against teams from the MAC while the Thundering Herd are 2-2 against
ACC teams.

THE COACHES: Bob Pruett is 51-5 in five seasons at Marshall ... Carl
Torbush is 16-22 in four seasons overall as a head coach and 13-14 in three
years with the Tar Heels.

GAME NOTES: North Carolina is 15th natioanlly in rushing defense (70.3)
and is 46th in the nation in total defense (311.7) while Marshall is seventh
in scoring offense (43.5) and 25th in total offense (428.0) ... UNC QB Ronald
Curry is fifth in the ACC in total offense (199.0) and fifth in passing efficiency;
has thrown for 570 yards and four TDs with only one interception ... junior
WR Kory Bailey leads the Tar Heels in receiving with 11 catches for 137 yards
... UNC's Bosley Allen leads the ACC and is ninth nationally in punt returns
(20.0); is averaging 23.4 yards per catch on eight receptions ... a year ago
UNC was last in the nation in punt returns, averaging only 4.1 yards per return,
after the first three games this season, the Tar Heels lead the ACC in punt
returns averaging 18.3 yards per return ... UNC leads the ACC in quarterback
sacks with 16 for 124 yards in losses ... Marshall opened the season with a
63-7 win over S.E. Missouri State before dropping a 34-24 decision to Michigan
State, snapping a 17-game winning streak ... sophomore QB Byron Leftwich, who
has completed 41-of-64 passes (.641) for 437 yards and five TDs ... Leftwich
directs an offense averaging 43.5 points and 428 yards per game; threw threw
for 227 yards and three TDs in the loss to Michigan State ... sophomore TB Brandon
Carey leads the team in rushing with 120 yards on only 19 carries.

(NCAA Rank) Marshall North Carolina

Points Offense 43.5 (7) 26.3 (52)

Total Offense 428.0 (25) 353.7 (64)

Rush Offense 183.0 (34) 127.0 (67)

Pass Offense 245.0 (33) 226.7 (40)

Points Defense 20.5 (54) 28.7 (87)

Total Defense 346.0 (63) 311.7 (46)

Rush Defense 177.0 (85) 70.3 (15)

Pass Defense 169.0 (38) 241.3 (90)

Saturday, September 23

Duke (0-3, 0-1)

at Vanderbilt (0-3)

7:00 p.m.

Vanderbilt Stadium (53,879)

THE GAME: Both the Blue Devils and the Commodores will be seeking to
get into the win column when the two teams meet for the eighth time in a series
that started in 1986 ... Vanderbilt has won the last three meetings to take
a 4-3 lead in the rivalry ... Duke is 1-3 in Vanderbilt Stadium.

THE COACHES: Carl Franks is 3-11 in his second season at Duke ... Woody
Widenhofer is 10-26 in his fourth season at Vanderbilt and 22-58-1 in eight
years overall.

GAME NOTES: Duke QB Spencer Romine threw for a season-high 198 yards
in Saturday's loss to Virginia; is eighth on the school's pass completion list
(260) and eighth in passing yardage (3,303) ... Romine is 11th on Duke's career
total offense list with 3,298 yards and needs only three yards to break into
the school's top 10 career offense leaders list ... Duke's Chris Douglas leads
all ACC freshmen and is sixth in the league in all-purpose yardage (121.3) ...
Kyle Moore is 22nd in the country in kickoff returns (25.8) while Douglas is
33rd (23.7) ... Duke P Brian Morton is second in the ACC and seventh nationally
in punting averaging 45.7 yards per kick ... several Vanderbilt players are
listed among school career leaders - QB Greg Zolman is fourth on the school's
career passing list with 3,785 yards, TB Jared McGrath is eighth on the rushing
list with 1,720 yards and PK John Markham is third in career scoring with 159
points ... Vanderbilt All-American LB Jamie Winborn returned to action in the
Commodores' 12-7 loss to Mississippi Saturday after serving a two-game suspension.

(NCAA Rank) Duke Vanderbilt

Points Offense 5.0 (113) 15.7 (93)

Total Offense 215.0 (110) 329.3 (70)

Rush Offense 73.7 (103) 77.0 (101)

Pass Offense 141.3 (93) 252.3 (28)

Points Defense 34.0 (99) 24.3 (72)

Total Defense 450.7 (108) 370.7 (79)

Rush Defense 180.7 (91) 188.0 (98)

Pass Defense 270.0 (102) 182.7 (49)

THE STANDINGS:

Through games of Sep 18, 2000

Conference Points Overall Points

Team W L T For Opp Pct W L T For Opp Pct

---- - - - --- --- --- - - - --- --- ---

Florida State....... 2 0 0 89 35 1.000 3 0 0 118 38 1.000

Clemson............. 1 0 0 55 7 1.000 3 0 0 155 16 1.000

Virginia............ 1 0 0 26 10 1.000 2 1 0 95 54 .667

North Carolina...... 1 1 0 49 77 .500 2 1 0 79 86 .667

NC State............ 0 0 0 0 0 .000 3 0 0 120 69 1.000

Maryland............ 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 1 0 34 40 .500

Georgia Tech........ 0 1 0 21 26 .000 2 1 0 82 56 .667

Duke................ 0 1 0 10 26 .000 0 3 0 15 102 .000

Wake Forest......... 0 2 0 21 90 .000 0 3 0 37 110 .000

Philip Rivers

NC State QB Philip Rivers, a 6-5, 221-pound freshman out of Athens, Ala., currently
leads the ACC and is second in the nation in total offense with a 355.3 yards
per game average ... his 401 yards passing against Indiana (S9) is the second
highest single-game total by an ACC freshman - Duke's Ben Bennett holds the
ACC single game record for passing yardage with 469 yards vs. Wake Forest on
Nov. 8, 1980 ... Rivers has already set five ACC freshmen single game records,
including five touchdown passes against the Hoosiers.

In the first three games of his career, Rivers has passed for 10 touchdowns
and 1,069 yards in leading the Wolfpack to a 3-0 record ... listed below are
the Top 6 ACC career passing yardage leaders and their first three game passing
yardage totals:

3-Game Passing Yardage Comparisons

Freshman 3-Game

ACC Rank Season Yardage

1. Ben Bennett, Duke 1980 347

2. Jamie Barnette, NCS 1996 212

3. Spence Fischer, Duke 1992 490

4. Joe Hamilton, GaT 1996 363

5. Shawn Jones, GaT 1989 420

6. Brian Kuklick, WF 1994 157

** Philip Rivers, NCS 2000 1,069



LaMont Jordan

Rushed for 38 yards in Maryland's 30-17 loss at West Virginia and became the
Terps' all-time leading rusher with 3,327 yards ... has 14 career 100-yard games,
including 10 against ACC foes ... is averaging 103.1 yards rushing per game
against ACC teams ... has run for 100 yards or more in 11 of his last 19 games
... needs to average 141.7 yards per game over his next nine games to become
the ACC's all-time leading rusher.

Jordan Career vs. the ACC

100-Yd

Opp G Att Yds PC TD Gms PG

UVa 3 69 434 6.3 2 1 144.7

UNC 3 58 318 5.5 4 2 106.0

NCS 3 62 310 5.0 2 2 103.3

Clem. 3 42 297 7.1 5 1 99.0

Duke 3 59 285 4.8 3Duke 1 95.0

WF 3 50 283 5.7 1 1 94.3

GaT 3 71 278 3.9 3 1 92.7

FSU 3 42 270 6.4 1 1 90.0

Tot: 24 453 2475 5.5 21 10 103.1

* In seven regular season games against ranked opponents, Jordan has rushed
for 526 yards (75.1 yards pg) on 125 attempts (4.2 per carry) with two 100-yard
games and one touchdown.



By the Numbers

8 Number of games that Florida State's Chris Weinke has passed for 300 yards
or more, which is tied for fifth best in ACC history.

10 Number of touchdown passes thrown by NC State freshman Philip Rivers ...
Rivers is tied with Rutgers' Mike McMahon for the lead nationally with the 10
scoring tosses.

14 Number of career games that Maryland's LaMont Jordan has rushed for 100
yards or more.

15 Florida State's current winning streak, which is the longest active streak
in the nation ... Wisconsin is second to the Noles with an 11-game winning streak.

23 Number of games that Florida State QB Chris Weinke has thrown for 200 yards
or more in 24 career regular season starts.

674 Total offense yards by Virginia's Dan Ellis in his last two games versus
Richmond (336) and Duke (338) ... Ellis is eighth in the country in total offense,
averaging 299.3 yards per game.

Chris Weinke

Completed 12 of 22 passes for 262 yards and four TDs in Florida State's 28-13
win over North Carolina ... moved past Virginia's Shawn Moore (1987-90) and
into 11th place on the ACC's all-time passing yardage list with 6,695 yards
... sixth among ACC career TD pass leaders with 50 ... currently averaging 341.0
yards passing per game in 2000 ... needs to average 324.3 yards passing per
game over the next nine games to become the ACC's all-time leading passer.

Weinke Career vs. the ACC

Pass Yds

Opp G Cmp-Att Int TD Yds PG

GaT 3 58-93 0 7 913 304.3

UNC 3 44-76 2 7 872 290.7

Clem. 2 42-84 1 4 560 280.0

Duke 2 30-46 1 8 531 265.5

NCS 2 32-71 8 1 472 236.0

UVa 2 32-51 3 4 440 220.0

Md. 3 44-75 2 8 613 204.3

WF 2 21-39 1 3 388 194.0

Tot: 19 303-535 18 42 4789 252.1

* In eight regular season games against ranked opponents, Weinke has completed
146-of-247 passes (.587) for 1,872 yards (234.0 pg) and 12 TDs with only four
interceptions (1 every 61.8 pass attempts).



Week No. 4 in Review

Cooper Rego scored two TDs and West Virginia made a fourth-quarter goal line
stand en route to a 30-17 win over visiting Maryland; Terp QB Calvin McCall
completed 19 of 29 passes for 215 yards ... Woodrow Dantzler ran for 166 yards
and two TDs and passed for 157 yards and a touchdown to lead No. 16 Clemson
past Wake Forest 55-7; the victory came in Clemson's 1,000th game ... Travis
Minor rushed for 112 yards on 16 carries and Chris Weinke threw for 262 yards
and four TDs as second-ranked Florida State exploded for 22 points in less than
six minutes in the second quarter in a 63-14 win over North Carolina; Ronald
Curry threw for 235 yards for the Tar Heels ... George Godsey completed 10 of
19 passes in Georgia Tech's 40-13 victory over Navy ... Dan Ellis completed
20 of 30 passes for 333 yards and three touchdowns to lead Virginia to a 26-10
win over home-standing Duke; Billy McMullen caught eight passes for 189 yards
and two TDs for the Cavaliers while Spencer Romine completed 18 of 36 passes
for a season-high 198 yards for the Blue Devils ... freshman QB Philip Rivers
threw for 271 yards and two scores as NC State improved its record to 3-0 with
a 41-0 win over visiting SMU; Koren Robinson had five catches for 149 yards
and two TDs and the Wolfpack defense came up with 10 QB sacks, four interceptions
and two blocked punts.



ACC STATISTICS:
Through Games of September 16, 2000

RUSHING	        Team	Cl	G	Att	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
W. Dantzler	    CU	JR	3	40	275	6.9	3	91.7
Antwoin Womack	VA	JR	3	48	253	5.3	4	84.3
Travis Zachery	CU	JR	3	45	226	5.0	4	75.3
Ray Robinson	ST	JR	3	50	210	4.2	3	70.0
Travis Minor	FS	SR	3	48	190	4.0	1	63.3
Keith Kelly	    CU	FR	3	31	157	5.1	2	52.3
Joe Burns	    GT	SO	3	40	157	3.9	1	52.3
LaMont Jordan	MD	SR	2	40	100	2.5	2	50.0
Duane Epperson	DU	SR	3	37	134	3.6	0	44.7
Bernard Rambert	CU	SO	3	21	115	5.5	3	38.3

PASSING AVG/GAME	Team	Cl	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	TD	Avg/G
Philip Rivers	ST	FR	3	133	76	2	57.1	1069	10	356.3
Chris Weinke	FS	SR	3	110	69	0	62.7	1023	8	341.0
Dan Ellis	    VA	SR	3	81	52	1	64.2	849	    5	283.0
Ronald Curry	NC	JR	3	65	33	1	50.8	570	    4	190.0
George Godsey	GT	JR	3	82	47	0	57.3	544	    7	181.3
W Dantzler	    CU	JR	3	55	37	0	67.3	537	    6	179.0
Calvin McCall	MD	SO	2	39	23	1	59.0	307	    0	153.5
Spencer Romine	DU	SR	3	70	32	5	45.7	371	    0	123.7
C.J. Leak	    WF	SO	3	70	30	2	42.9	341	    0	113.7

TOTAL OFFENSE	Team	Cl	G	Rush	Pass	Plays	Total	Yds/G
Philip Rivers	ST	FR	3	-3	1069	149	1066	355.3
Chris Weinke	FS	SR	3	-36	1023	123	987	329.0
Dan Ellis    	VA	SR	3	49	849	105	898	299.3
W Dantzler	    CU	JR	3	275	537	95	812	270.7
Ronald Curry	NC	JR	3	27	570	99	597	199.0
George Godsey	GT	JR	3	-2	544	100	542	180.7
Calvin McCall	MD	SO	2	16	307	52	323	161.5
Spencer Romine	DU	SR	3	-12	371	92	359	119.7
C.J. Leak	    WF	SO	3	-75	341	103	266	88.7
Antwoin Womack	VA	JR	3	253	0	48	253	84.3

RECEPTIONS/GAME	Team	Cl	G	Rec	Yds	TD	Avg/C	Rec/G
Marvin Minnis	FS	SR	3	20	339	2	17.0	6.67
Koren Robinson	ST	SO	3	19	376	4	19.8	6.33
Billy McMullen	VA	SO	3	15	288	2	19.2	5.00
Eric Leak	    ST	SR	3	15	225	2	15.0	5.00
Will Glover	    GT	SO	3	14	119	2	8.5	4.67
Rod Gardner	    CU	SR	3	13	202	2	15.5	4.33
Kelly Campbell	GT	JR	3	12	160	2	13.3	4.00
Ira Williams	WF	JR	3	12	130	1	10.8	4.00
Guillian Gary	MD	JR	2	8	110	0	13.8	4.00
Kory Bailey	    NC	JR	3	11	137	0	12.5	3.67

RECEIVE YDS/GAME	Team	Cl	G	Rec	Yds	TD	Avg/C	Yds/G
Koren Robinson	ST	SO	3	19	376	4	19.8	125.3
Marvin Minnis	FS	SR	3	20	339	2	17.0	113.0
Billy McMullen	VA	SO	3	15	288	2	19.2	96.0
Eric Leak	    ST	SR	3	15	225	2	15.0	75.0
Rod Gardner	    CU	SR	3	13	202	2	15.5	67.3
Sam Aiken	    NC	SO	3	9	191	2	21.2	63.7
Bosley Allen	NC	SO	3	8	187	1	23.4	62.3
Guillian Gary	MD	JR	2	8	110	0	13.8	55.0
Kelly Campbell	GT	JR	3	12	160	2	13.3	53.3
Demetri Dotson	VA	SR	3	9	154	1	17.1	51.3

ALL PURPOSE	    Team	Cl	G	Rush	Rcv	PR	KR	Yds	Avg/G
Koren Robinson	ST	SO	3	20	376	71	74	541	180.3
Bosley Allen	NC	SO	3	0	187	240	24	451	150.3
John Stone	    WF	JR	3	37	58	0	305	400	133.3
Travis Zachery	CU	JR	3	226	137	32	0	395	131.7
Sam Aiken	    NC	SO	3	32	191	20	144	387	129.0
Chris Douglas	DU	FR	3	88	15	0	261	364	121.3
Kelly Campbell	GT	JR	3	-1	160	0	205	364	121.3
Antwoin Womack	VA	JR	3	253	-1	0	97	349	116.3
Marvin Minnis	FS	SR	3	0	339	0	0	339	113.0
Ray Robinson	ST	JR	3	210	92	0	32	334	111.3

INTERCEPTIONS	Team	Cl	G	Int	Yds	TD	Int/G
Charles Hafley	CU	JR	3	2	27	1	0.67
Corey Lyons	    ST	JR	3	2	17	0	0.67
Brian Mance	    CU	SO	3	2	15	0	0.67
Shawn Forte	    MD	SR	2	1	45	0	0.50
Tay Cody	    FS	SR	3	1	35	0	0.33
Juli Patterson	ST	SO	3	1	33	0	0.33
Jerel Hudson	FS	SO	3	1	30	0	0.33
Derrick Gibson	FS	SR	3	1	24	0	0.33
Ed Kargbookoro	WF	JR	3	1	13	0	0.33
Clevan Thomas	FS	SR	3	1	13	0	0.33

PASS EFFICIENCY	Team	Cl	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	TD	Eff.
W Dantzler	    CU	JR	3	55	37	0	67.3	537	6	185.3
Dan Ellis	    VA	SR	3	81	52	1	64.2	849	5	170.1
Chris Weinke	FS	SR	3	110	69	0	62.7	1023	8	164.8
Philip Rivers	ST	FR	3	133	76	2	57.1	1069	10	146.5
Ronald Curry	NC	JR	3	65	33	1	50.8	570	4	141.7
George Godsey	GT	JR	3	82	47	0	57.3	544	7	141.2
Calvin McCall	MD	SO	2	39	23	1	59.0	307	0	120.0
C.J. Leak	    WF	SO	3	70	30	2	42.9	341	0	 78.1
Spencer Romine	DU	SR	3	70	32	5	45.7	371	0	 75.9

PUNT RETURNS	Team	Cl	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
Bosley Allen	NC	SO	3	12	240	1	20.0
Koren Robinson	ST	SO	3	5	71	0	14.2
Will Glover	    GT	SO	3	6	63	0	10.5
Travis Zachery	CU	JR	3	4	32	0	8.0
Anquan Boldin	FS	SO	3	14	103	0	7.4
Adrian Duncan	WF	JR	3	7	46	0	6.6
Joe Reames Don	CU	SO	3	9	59	0	6.6
James Johnson	VA	SO	3	10	54	0	5.4
Ronnie Hamilton	DU	JR	3	5	21	0	4.2

KICKOFF RETURNS	Team	Cl	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
Mukala Sikyala	MD	SR	2	4	130	0	32.5
John Stone	    WF	JR	3	10	305	1	30.5
Kyle Moore	    DU	JR	3	4	103	0	25.8
Kelly Campbell	GT	JR	3	8	205	0	25.6
Antwoin Womack	VA	JR	3	4	97	0	24.2
Chris Douglas	DU	FR	3	11	261	0	23.7
Sam Aiken	    NC	SO	3	7	144	0	20.6

PUNTING	Team	Cl	G	Punt	Yds	Avg
Brooks Barnard	MD	SO	2	9	445	    49.4
Brian Morton	DU	SR	3	26	1189	45.7
Mike Abrams	    VA	JR	3	13	581	    44.7
Matt Brennie	WF	SO	3	27	1169	43.3
Keith Cottrell	FS	SR	3	16	661	    41.3
Blake Ferguson	NC	FR	3	13	523	    40.2
Austin Herbert	ST	FR	3	13	492	    37.8
Jamie Somaini	CU	SR	3	13	489	    37.6

SCORING	Team	Cl	G	TD	XPT	FG	Pts	Pts/G
Travis Zachery	CU	JR	3	6	0	0	36	12.0
Ken Passingham	ST	SR	3	0	13	5	28	9.3
Atrews Bell	    FS	JR	3	4	0	0	24	8.0
Aaron Hunt	    CU	FR	3	0	18	2	24	8.0
Koren Robinson	ST	SO	3	4	0	0	24	8.0
Antwoin Womack	VA	JR	3	4	0	0	24	8.0
David Greene	VA	JR	3	0	11	4	23	7.7
Jeff Reed	    NC	SR	3	0	8	4	20	6.7
Ray Robinson	ST	JR	3	3	0	0	18	6.0
W Dantzler	    CU	JR	3	3	0	0	18	6.0

SCORING OFFENSE	G	TD	XP	2XP	DXP	FG	Saf	Pts	Avg
Clemson	        3	21	20	0	0	3	0	155	51.7
NC State	    3	15	13	1	0	5	0	120	40.0
Florida State	3	16	12	0	0	2	2	118	39.3
Virginia	    3	12	11	0	0	4	0	95	31.7
Georgia Tech	3	11	8	1	0	2	0	82	27.3
North Carolina	3	9	8	1	0	5	0	79	26.3
Maryland	    2	4	4	0	0	2	0	34	17.0
Wake Forest	    3	5	4	0	0	1	0	37	12.3
Duke	        3	1	1	0	0	2	1	15	5.0

SCORING DEFENSE	G	TD	XP	2XP	DXP	FG	Saf	Pts	Avg
Clemson	        3	2	1	0	0	1	0	16	5.3
Florida State	3	5	3	1	0	1	0	38	12.7
Virginia	    3	7	6	0	0	2	0	54	18.0
Georgia Tech	3	6	6	0	0	4	1	56	18.7
Maryland	    2	5	4	0	0	2	0	40	20.0
NC State	    3	9	9	0	0	2	0	69	23.0
North Carolina	3	12	8	0	0	2	0	86	28.7
Duke	        3	13	12	0	0	4	0	102	34.0
Wake Forest	    3	14	12	1	0	4	0	110	36.7

PASS OFFENSE	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
NC State	    3	138	78	3	56.5	1129	8.2	11	376.3
Florida State	3	118	73	1	61.9	1127	9.6	9	375.7
Virginia	    3	81	52	1	64.2	849	10.5	5	283.0
Clemson	        3	78	46	0	59.0	684	8.8	7	228.0
North Carolina	3	76	39	1	51.3	680	8.9	4	226.7
Georgia Tech	3	97	55	0	56.7	611	6.3	7	203.7
Maryland	    2	53	30	1	56.6	369	7.0	0	184.5
Duke	        3	93	39	8	41.9	424	4.6	0	141.3
Wake Forest	    3	72	31	2	43.1	347	4.8	1	115.7

PASS DEFENSE	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        3	61	27	4	44.3	249	4.1	1	83.0
NC State	    3	83	42	4	50.6	467	5.6	3	155.7
Wake Forest	    3	68	36	2	52.9	616	9.1	5	205.3
Virginia	    3	87	54	3	62.1	658	7.6	2	219.3
Florida State	3	116	56	4	48.3	690	5.9	2	230.0
North Carolina	3	99	46	0	46.5	724	7.3	6	241.3
Maryland	    2	59	39	1	66.1	504	8.5	1	252.0
Duke	        3	91	60	0	65.9	810	8.9	6	270.0
Georgia Tech	3	111	66	2	59.5	909	8.2	4	303.0

KICKOFF RETURNS	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
Virginia	    3	7	184	0	26.3
Wake Forest	    3	17	430	1	25.3
Georgia Tech	3	9	226	0	25.1
Duke	        3	16	378	0	23.6
Maryland	    2	7	164	0	23.4
NC State	    3	7	151	0	21.6
Clemson	        3	3	63	0	21.0
North Carolina	3	11	208	0	18.9
Florida State	3	7	126	0	18.0

PUNTING	        G	Punts	Avg	Ret	Yds	Avg	Net/P
Maryland	    2	10	46.9	3	29	2.9	44.0
Virginia	    3	13	44.7	2	14	1.1	43.6
Georgia Tech	3	20	44.5	11	32	1.6	43.0
Duke	        3	26	45.7	12	102	3.9	41.8
Florida State	3	17	41.2	7	79	4.6	36.5
NC State	    3	13	37.8	4	22	1.7	36.2
Wake Forest	    3	27	43.3	12	212	7.9	35.4
Clemson	        3	13	37.6	5	38	2.9	34.7
North Carolina	3	19	37.3	7	61	3.2	34.1

TURNOVER MARGIN	G	Fum	Int	Tot	Fum	Int	Tot	Mar	Per/G
Clemson	        3	6	4	10	1	0	1	+9	3.00
Florida State	3	4	4	8	1	1	2	+6	2.00
Georgia Tech	3	6	2	8	3	0	3	+5	1.67
Virginia	    3	2	3	5	0	1	1	+4	1.33
Maryland	    2	4	1	5	3	1	4	+1	0.50
NC State	    3	4	4	8	4	3	7	+1	0.33
Wake Forest	    3	3	2	5	5	2	7	-2	-0.67
North Carolina	3	2	0	2	6	1	7	-5	-1.67
Duke	        3	1	0	1	0	8	8	-7	-2.33

RUSHING OFFENSE	G	Att	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        3	164	878	5.4	13	292.7
Virginia	    3	119	496	4.2	7	165.3
North Carolina	3	137	381	2.8	3	127.0
Georgia Tech	3	118	328	2.8	2	109.3
Florida State	3	111	324	2.9	6	108.0
NC State	    3	83	278	3.3	4	92.7
Maryland	    2	66	171	2.6	3	85.5
Duke	        3	97	228	2.4	1	76.0
Wake Forest	    3	108	155	1.4	2	51.7

RUSHING DEFENSE	G	Rushes	Yards	Avg.	TD	Yds/G
Florida State	3	102	156	1.5	2	52.0
North Carolina	3	108	211	2.0	4	70.3
Clemson	        3	113	231	2.0	1	77.0
Georgia Tech	3	112	246	2.2	2	82.0
Virginia	    3	121	454	3.8	5	151.3
NC State	    3	140	516	3.7	5	172.0
Duke4 	        3	140	542	3.9	6	180.7
Maryland	    2	81	380	4.7	4	190.0
Wake Forest	    3	165	712	4.3	7	237.3

TOTAL OFFENSE	G	Rush	Pass	Plays	Yards	Avg/P	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        3	878	684	242	1562	6.5	20	520.7
Florida State	3	324	1127	229	1451	6.3	15	483.7
NC State	    3	278	1129	221	1407	6.4	15	469.0
Virginia	    3	496	849	200	1345	6.7	12	448.3
North Carolina	3	381	680	213	1061	5.0	7	353.7
Georgia Tech	3	328	611	215	939	4.4	9	313.0
Maryland	    2	171	369	119	540	4.5	3	270.0
Duke	        3	228	424	190	652	3.4	1	217.3
Wake Forest	    3	155	347	180	502	2.8	3	167.3

TOTAL DEFENSE	G	Rush	Pass	Plys	Yards	Avg	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        3	231	249	174	480	2.8	2	160.0
Florida State	3	156	690	218	846	3.9	4	282.0
North Carolina	3	211	724	207	935	4.5	10	311.7
NC State	    3	516	467	223	983	4.4	8	327.7
Virginia	    3	454	658	208	1112	5.3	7	370.7
Georgia Tech	3	246	909	223	1155	5.2	6	385.0
Maryland	    2	380	504	140	884	6.3	5	442.0
Wake Forest	    3	712	616	233	1328	5.7	12	442.7
Duke	        3	542	810	231	1352	5.9	12	450.7

PUNT RETURNS	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
North Carolina	3	15	275	1	18.3
NC State	    3	9	99	0	11.0
Georgia Tech	3	13	129	0	9.9
Clemson	        3	14	119	0	8.5
Florida State	3	16	130	0	8.1
Wake Forest	    3	7	46	0	6.6
Virginia	    3	10	54	0	5.4
Duke	        3	5	21	0	4.2
Maryland	    2	2	4	0	2.0

PASS EFFICIENCY	G	Att	Cmp	Pct	Int	Yds	TD	Effic
Virginia	3	81	52	.642	1	849	5	170.1
Florida State	3	118	73	.619	1	1127	9	165.6
Clemson	3	78	46	.590	0	684	7	162.3
NC State	3	138	78	.565	3	1129	11	147.2
North Carolina	3	76	39	.513	1	680	4	141.2
Georgia Tech	3	97	55	.567	0	611	7	133.4
Maryland	2	53	30	.566	1	369	0	111.3
Wake Forest	3	72	31	.431	2	347	1	82.6
Duke	3	93	39	.419	8	424	0	63.0

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	TD	Effic
Clemson	            3	61	27	4	44.3	249	1	70.8
Florida State	    3	116	56	4	48.3	690	2	97.0
NC State	        3	83	42	4	50.6	467	3	100.2
Virginia	        3	87	54	3	62.1	658	2	126.3
North Carolina	    3	99	46	0	46.5	724	6	127.9
Georgia Tech	    3	111	66	2	59.5	909	4	136.5
Maryland	        2	59	39	1	66.1	504	1	140.1
Wake Forest	        3	68	36	2	52.9	616	5	147.4
Duke	            3	91	60	0	65.9	810	6	162.5

FIRST DOWNS	    G	Rush	Pass	Pen	Total
Clemson	        3	46	29	2	77
Florida State	3	18	48	7	73
NC State	    3	16	40	8	64
Georgia Tech	3	24	33	5	62
Virginia	    3	23	36	2	61
North Carolina	3	23	25	7	55
Duke	        3	11	22	5	38
Maryland	    2	10	18	5	33
Wake Forest	    3	11	18	3	32

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS	G	Rush	Pass	Pen	Total
Clemson	            3	11	11	7	29
North Carolina	    3	16	26	4	46
Maryland	        2	22	21	4	47
Florida State	    3	13	31	11	55
Virginia	        3	29	24	3	56
NC State	        3	32	18	6	56
Georgia Tech	    3	21	34	7	62
Duke	            3	26	39	2	67
Wake Forest	        3	41	23	3	67

SACKS BY	    G	Sacks	Yards
North Carolina	3	18	129
Florida State	3	15	115
NC State	    3	12	76
Clemson	        3	10	72
Duke	        3	9	55
Wake Forest	    3	8	65
Virginia	    3	7	48
Georgia Tech	3	7	60
Maryland	    2	6	51

PENALTIES	    G	No	Yds
Maryland	    2	18	138
Virginia	    3	19	147
North Carolina	3	19	155
Wake Forest	    3	16	166
Duke	        3	25	204
NC State	    3	29	220
Clemson	        3	26	265
Georgia Tech	3	33	275
Florida State	3	36	312

OPPONENT PENALTIES	G	No	Yds
Florida State	    3	36	280
North Carolina	    3	26	266
NC State	        3	31	242
Georgia Tech	    3	29	213
Duke	            3	25	207
Virginia	        3	22	163
Maryland	        2	20	141
Wake Forest	        3	14	115
Clemson	            3	15	109

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS	G	Conv Att	Pct
Clemson	            3	4	5	80.0
NC State	        3	8	10	80.0
Duke	            3	3	4	75.0
Maryland	        2	2	3	66.7
Georgia Tech	    3	2	3	66.7
Florida State	    3	3	5	60.0
Wake Forest	        3	1	2	50.0
Virginia	        3	0	1	0.0
North Carolina	    3	0	1	0.0

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT	G	Conv Att	Pct
NC State	        3	1	4	25.0
Maryland	        2	1	3	33.3
Florida State	    3	1	3	33.3
Clemson	            3	1	3	33.3
Georgia Tech	    3	2	5	40.0
Wake Forest	        3	1	2	50.0
North Carolina	    3	3	6	50.0
Virginia	        3	4	6	66.7
Duke	            3	3	3	100.0

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS	G	Conv	Att	Pct
Clemson	            3	29	52	55.8
Virginia	        3	21	42	50.0
Florida State	    3	20	47	42.6
North Carolina	    3	19	48	39.6
Georgia Tech	    3	17	46	37.0
NC State	        3	12	46	26.1
Maryland	        2	6	25	24.0
Duke	            3	9	45	20.0
Wake Forest	        3	6	41	14.6

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT	G	Conv	Att	Pct
Clemson	            3	8	41	19.5
North Carolina	    3	12	46	26.1
Maryland	        2	6	23	26.1
Georgia Tech	    3	16	46	34.8
Florida State	    3	19	52	36.5
NC State	        3	19	51	37.3
Virginia	        3	17	43	39.5
Duke	            3	21	50	42.0
Wake Forest	        3	28	53	52.8

SACKS AGAINST	G	Sacks	Yards
Maryland	    2	1	5
Clemson	        3	3	19
NC State	    3	6	27
Virginia	    3	9	43
Florida State	3	10	56
Georgia Tech	3	10	54
North Carolina	3	11	92
Duke	        3	13	105
Wake Forest	    3	15	111

FIELD GOALS	    G	Made Att	Pct
Wake Forest	    3	1	1	1.000
North Carolina	3	5	6	.833
Clemson	        3	3	4	.750
NC State	    3	5	7	.714
Duke	        3	2	3	.667
Virginia	    3	4	6	.667
Georgia Tech	3	2	3	.667
Florida State	3	2	4	.500
Maryland	    2	2	4	.500

PAT KICKING   	G	Made Att	Pct
North Carolina	3	8	8	1.000
Duke	        3	1	1	1.000
Maryland	    2	4	4	1.000
Clemson	        3	20	21	.952
NC State	    3	13	14	.929
Virginia	    3	11	12	.917
Georgia Tech	3	8	9	.889
Wake Forest	    3	4	5	.800
Florida State	3	12	16	.750

TIME OF POSSESSION	G	Total Time	Avg/G
Clemson	            3	96:55	32:18
North Carolina	    3	91:05	30:21
Florida State	    3	90:27	30:09
Georgia Tech	    3	88:37	29:32
Virginia	        3	86:21	28:47
Duke	            3	81:36	27:12
Maryland	        2	53:58	26:59
Wake Forest	        3	78:12	26:04
NC State	        3	75:23	25:07

KICKOFF COVERAGE	G	No.	Yds	TD	Avg
Georgia Tech	3	13	199	0	15.3
Florida State	3	15	274	0	18.3
North Carolina	3	15	281	0	18.7
Maryland      	2	6	116	0	19.3
Clemson	        3	19	379	0	19.9
Virginia	    3	10	225	0	22.5
Wake Forest	    3	4	94	0	23.5
Duke	        3	5	125	0	25.0
NC State	    3	16	418	0	26.1

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