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ACC Football This Week #7 - 10/14/06

Posted Friday, October 13, 2006

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Four league games highlight a seven-game Week Seven schedule ... four ACC teams - Clemson, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech and Boston College - are ranked by either the AP or Coaches poll ... Georgia Tech's Calvin Johnson has caught at least one pass in 30 consecutive games ... ACC teams have started 18 different quarterbacks through the first six weeks of the season, including nine who have made their first career start ... Virginia's Marcus Hamilton and Duke's John Talley are tied for second among all I-A active players with 13 career interceptions each ... Florida State's Bobby Bowden is the winningest active coach with 362 career wins in 41 years, while Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer is third with 192 victories over 26 seasons ... through the first 40 home games of 2006, ACC teams are averaging 52,961 fans per game, up 423 from a year ago ... Georgia Tech's Reggie Ball is 11th among ACC career total offense leaders (8,649), 16th in passing yardage (7,237) and has either run or thrown for a TD in 26 of his last 30 games ... nine ACC teams rank among the top 45 teams nationally in total defense ... Wake Forest freshman QB Riley Skinner has completed 68 percent of his passes for 788 yards and three touchdowns and leads the ACC in passing efficiency (146.4) ... over its last three games Clemson is averaging 486.0 yards in total offense per game; the Tigers lead the ACC and rank 10th nationally in total offense (442.3).

Thursday, October 12
#12 Clemson (5-1, 3-1 ACC)
vs. Temple (0-6) at Charlotte, NC
7:30 pm; ESPNU
Bank of America Stadium (73,298)
The Series: Clemson leads 2-0-0
This is the first neutral site meeting between both teams
The Coaches: Tommy Bowden: 57-34-0 (8) at Clemson; 75-38-0 overall (10)
Al Golden: 0-6 (1) at Temple; 0-6 overall (1)
Game Preview: Temple and Clemson square-off on the gridiron at Bank of
America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. for a Thursday night showdown on ESPNU...the
Tigers and Owls are meeting for just the third time in school history as Clemson won
the two prior meetings in Death Valley by identical scores of 37-7...the Tigers enter
the contest with the top rated offense and defense in the ACC - ranking first in total
offense, rushing offense, scoring, total defense, rushing defense and pass defense
efficiency...Clemson is the only school in the nation that ranks in the top 10 in both
total offense (5th - 442.3) and total defense (10th - 236.2)...TB James Davis has
scored a league-high 11 rushing TDs in 2006 and ranks fourth in the nation in
scoring...the Tigers at 5-1 are off to their best start since beginning 8-0 in 2000.
Last Time Out: Last year, Clemson racked up over 500 yards of total offense in a
37-7 win over visiting Temple...the Tigers outrushed the Owls 155-12 as Reggie
Merriweather had a game-high 108 yards on the ground...Will Proctor was 3-for-6 for
52 yards and a TD...Mike McGann led the Owls with 298 yards passing and a TD.
Thursday, October 12
#22 Virginia Tech (4-1, 2-1 ACC)
at Boston College (4-1, 1-1 ACC)
7:45; ESPN
Alumni Stadium (44,500)
The Series: Virginia Tech leads 9-3-0
Virginia Tech leads 5-1-0 in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
The Coaches: Frank Beamer: 150-80-2 (20) at Virginia Tech; 192-103-4 overall (26)
Tom O’Brien: 70-43-0 (10) at Boston College; 70-43-0 overall (10)
Game Preview: Entering a nationally televised showdown on ESPN’s Thursday
night football, Boston College welcomes Virginia Tech to Alumni Stadium as both
schools are coming off a bye week and are sitting at 4-1 overall...this is the second
straight meeting on Thursday night between these two schools...the Hokies have won
eight of the last nine meetings against the Eagles, including five in a row inside Alumni
Stadium...Boston College sits as the top rated passing offense (247.0) in the ACC,
while Virginia Tech boasts the league’s best passing defense (140.2)...Matt Ryan and
Sean Glennon are the only two QBs in the ACC that are averaging over 200 yards
passing per game in 2006...this game also marks Frank Beamer’s 300th career head
coaching contest...Tom O’Brien is BC’s all-time winningest coach with 70 victories.
Last Time Out: Last year, Virginia Tech QB Marcus Vick went 22-of-28 for 280 yards
and a TD as the Hokies defeated the Eagles 30-10 on ESPN’s Thursday night telecast...VT
held the rushing advantage 212-27, while limiting BC to just 10 first downs...Brandon
Pace connected on three FGs...Will Blackmon scored on a 29-yard reception for BC.
Saturday, October 14
South Florida (4-2, 1-1 Big East)
at North Carolina (1-4, 0-3 ACC)
12:00 pm; ESPNU
Kenan Stadium (60,000)
The Series: First meeting between both teams
The Coaches: Jim Leavitt: 65-41-0 (10) at South Florida; 65-41-0 overall (10)
John Bunting: 25-40-0 (6) at North Carolina; 63-54-2 overall (11)
Game Preview: North Carolina welcomes South Florida to Kenan Stadium for
the first meeting between both schools in a game shown on ESPNU at 12:00 pm...the
Tar Heels return home after two straight road contests - UNC is 1-2 at home this
year...this is the second BIG EAST opponent the Tar Heels have faced this
season...since 1995, UNC is 6-6 against the BIG EAST Conference...the five teams
the Tar Heels have played this season are a combined 20-5 as three of the four
Division I-A teams they have faced are currently ranked in the AP top 25 poll...Cam
Sexton ranks seventh in the ACC in passing (155.2), while Ronnie McGill leads the
teams with five TDs...Larry Edwards leads the team with 33 tackles...South Florida
QB Matt Grothe ranks ninth nationally in total offense averaging 275.3 yards per
game...Trae Williams has five INTs for the Bulls in 2006 - third most in the nation.
Last Time Out: This marks the first meeting between South Florida and North
Carolina...last week, South Florida defeated Connecticut 38-16 at home for the Bulls
first conference win of the season...North Carolina suffered a 27-7 loss to Miami
down in the Orange Bowl.

Saturday, October 14
Maryland (3-2, 0-1 ACC)
at Virginia (2-4, 1-1 ACC)
3:30 pm; ESPN 360
Scott Stadium (61,500)
The Series: Maryland leads 40-28-2
Maryland leads 19-17-0 in Charlottesville, Va.
The Coaches: Ralph Friedgen: 44-22-0 (6) at Maryland; 44-22-0 overall (6)
Al Groh: 39-30-0 (6) at Virginia: 65-70-0 overall (12)
Game Preview: Maryland makes the trek to Charlottesville to face Virginia in a
game set to kickoff at 3:30 pm on ESPN 360...both teams have split the last six meetings
each winning on their home turf...the Cavaliers have won 10 of the last 13 games
in the series, including seven straight at Scott Stadium...the Terps and Cavaliers combined
for 976 yards of total offense last year, the most yards combined in the series
over the last 14 years...Maryland’s Lance Ball rushed for a season-high 116 yards last
weekend, his fifth career 100-yard rushing game...Virginia’s Fontel Mines has caught
a pass in 17 consecutive games...the Cavaliers have recorded three block punts this
year, the most in one season since blocking three in 1996...Maryland is the least
penalized team in the league, flagged for only 18 penalties in 2006.
Last Time Out: Last year, Maryland erupted for three fourth quarter TDs as the
Terps defeated Virginia 45-33...Sam Hollenbach threw for 320 yards and two TDs...the
Terps outrushed the Cavs 250-136...Lance Ball led all rushers with 163 yards and two
TDs...UVa’s Marcus Hagans ran for two TDs and Connor Hughes kicked four FGs.
Saturday, October 14
Fla. International (0-6, 0-3 Sun Belt)
at Miami (3-2, 1-1 ACC)
7:00 pm
Orange Bowl (72,319)
The Series: First meeting between both teams
The Coaches: Don Strock: 15-35-0 (5) at Florida International; 15-35-0 overall (5)
Larry Coker: 56-11-0 (6) at Miami; 56-11-0 overall (6)
Game Preview: Primetime in the Orange Bowl is the setting for this non-conference
match-up featuring a pair of South Florida teams in Florida International and Miami...this
is the first meeting between the two schools who’s campuses are separated by just 9.4
miles...the Hurricanes enter the contest ranked third in the ACC in both total offense and
total defense...Miami is the only team in the league that has not allowed over 100 yards
on the ground - the Canes rank second in the ACC in rushing defense and eighth nationally
(63.2)...under head coach Larry Coker, Miami is 24-4 (.857) against non-conference
foes and has lost just one non-conference game at home over the last seven years (15-
1)...FIU is playing its second ACC opponent in the last three weeks - lost at Maryland 14-
10...five of the six losses by FIU this season have been by five points or less...Javarris
James leads all freshman in rushing averaging 72.2 ypg in 2006.
Last Time Out: This marks the first meeting between Florida International and
Miami...last week, FIU dropped a 25-22 decision to North Texas in a Sun Belt Conference
showdown...the game was decided in the seventh overtime...Miami defeated
UNC 27-7 in the Orange Bowl for the Hurricanes first ACC victory of the year.

 

Team Notes:

Atlantic Division

Boston College
The Eagles are ranked 25th in this week's coaches' poll ... Boston College has won four of its last six games against ranked opponents ... Jeff Smith is sixth nationally in kickoff returns (34.1) ... QB Matt Ryan leads the ACC and is 24th nationally in total offense (248.8) and has thrown for 1,242 yards ... Tom O'Brien is the school's all-time winningest coach with 70 wins in 10 seasons ... Brian Toal has 10 rushing TDs on 31 career rushing attempts ... WR Tony Gonzalez has six touchdown receptions over his last six games ... L.V. Whitworth leads the team in rushing (314 yards) and has caught a pass in 22 of his last 25 games ... 15 different players have caught at least one pass this season.

 



 


Clemson
Clemson has won four in a row and is ranked No. 12 in both polls ... over the last three games, the Tigers are averaging 486.0 yards in total offense per game ... James Davis (607) and C.J. Spiller (334) have combined to rush for 941 yards and 15 touchdowns ... Davis leads the ACC and is 17th nationally in rushing yards per game (101.2) and is bidding to become the first Tiger to lead the ACC in rushing since Raymond Priester did so in 1995 ... Gaines Adams leads the ACC in QB sacks (6.5) and is second in tackles for loss (8.5) ... Will Proctor has completed 62 percent of his passes for 1,151 yards and eight TDs and is second in the ACC in passing efficiency (141.6).

Florida State
QB Drew Weatherford is fourth among ACC sophomore passing yardage leaders (4,172) and is second among active ACC quarterbacks with 23 career touchdown passes ... Gary Cismesia has made 32 of 42 career field goal attempts ... Cismesia leads the ACC and is fifth nationally in field goals per game (1.6) ... the Seminoles are 44-10 (.815) in ACC road games under Bowden ... Lorenzo Booker is 11th on FSU's career rushing list with 2,006 yards and is five receptions shy of reaching the 100-reception mark for his career ... LB Buster Davis leads the ACC in tackles per game (9.0).

Maryland
Maryland is 11-10 in ACC road games under head coach Ralph Friedgen ... QB Sam Hollenbach is 9th on the school's career passing yardage list with 3,619 yards ... Josh Allen is 10th among Maryland career rushing leaders with 1,909 yards ... the Terps lead the ACC and rank third nationally in fewest penalties per game (3.6) ... Lance Ball leads the team in rushing (78.4) and has scored at least one TD in eight of his last 11 games ... Darius Heyward-Bey had five catches for a career-high 111 yards in Saturday's 27-23 loss to Georgia Tech ... the Terps have punted only 18 times in the first five games of the season.

NC State
Sophomore QB Daniel Evans completed 13 of 22 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns in Thursday's 24-20 win over No. 17 Florida State ... under Chuck Amato, NC State is 14-12 at home in ACC games ... State has scored in 130 straight games, the fourth-longest scoring streak in ACC history ... TB Andre Brown ran for 113 yards against the Seminoles and is averaging 5.5 yards per carry in his career ... John Deraney is 11th on the school's all-time scoring list (170) and sixth in punting average (40.3) ... in 50 ACC games under Amato, 28 have been decided by a touchdown or less.

Wake Forest
Freshman QB Riley Skinner has completed 68 percent of his passes for 788 yards and three touchdowns and leads the ACC in passing efficiency (146.4) ... the last Deacon to lead the ACC in passing was Jay Venuto in 1980 ... three of Wake's next four games are on the road ... the Deacs have intercepted seven passes over the last four games ... Wake Forest is second in the ACC and 14th nationally in scoring defense (13.3) ... freshman RB Kevin Harris leads the team in rushing (248 yards) and is averaging 6.3 yards per carry ... Sam Swank has made six straight field goals.

Coastal Division

Duke
Saturday's game with Florida State marks the first of four straight home games for the Blue Devils ... Re'quan Boyette ran for 97 yards on nine carries in Saturday's 30-14 loss at Alabama ... after totaling only 150 yards rushing in the first four games of the season, the Blue Devils ran for 201 yards against the Crimson Tide ... Duke is ranked 25th nationally in rushing defense (100.8) ... Sagarin Computer ranks the Blue Devil schedule as the nation's 34th toughest ... WR Eron Riley is averaging 18.8 yards per catch in his career (24-for-452).

Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech is ranked 13th by the AP and 15th in the Coaches poll ... following this weekend's bye week, three of Tech's next four games are on the road against ACC opponents where the Jackets are 9-8 under head coach Chan Gailey ... over his last three games Calvin Johnson has 22 catches for 413 yards and five TDs ... Johnson is fifth among school career reception leaders (137), fourth in receiving yardage (2,284) and has caught a pass in each of his 30 career games ... Reggie Ball is 11th among ACC career total offense leaders (8,649), 16th in passing yardage (7,237) and has either run or thrown for a TD in 26 of his last 30 games.

Miami
Javarris James ran for 111 yards and one TD in Saturday's 27-7 win over North Carolina ... over his last two games James has rushed 34 times for 259 yards and two touchdowns ... James leads all ACC freshmen in rushing (72.2) and is averaging 6.9 yards per carry ... PK Jon Peattie is fourth among Miami career scoring leaders with 295 points ... the Hurricanes rank eighth nationally in rushing defense (63.2) and 15th in total defense (262.0) ... Miami has not allowed an opponent to rush for 100 yards this season ... since 1990, Miami is 114-10 (.919) against unranked opponents ... Larry Coker is 56-11 (.836) in six years as a head coach.

North Carolina
Freshman QB Cam Sexton leads the ACC in yards per completion (15.9) ... junior QB Joe Dailey is fourth in the ACC in pass completion percentage (61.3) ... Ronnie McGill leads the team and is 10th in the ACC in rushing yards per game (55.6) ... the Tar Heels lead the nation in kickoff return coverage (13.4) ... WR Jesse Holley has had a reception in 23 straight games, including 13 games with two-or-more catches ... Holley is 10th among UNC career receiving yardage leaders (1,568) ... the Sagarin Computer ranks the Tar Heel schedule as the nation's 30th toughest ... four of UNC's next six games are at home.

Virginia
The Cavaliers lead the ACC and rank sixth nationally in QB sacks per game (3.5) ... under Al Groh, UVa is 15-5 against league foes in Scott Stadium ... four of Virginia's next five games are at home ... over his last two games TB Jason Snelling has rushed for 195 yards and two touchdowns ... WR Kevin Ogletree has caught three or more passes in each of his last five games and is third in the ACC in receptions (4.7) ... freshman QB Jameel Sewell has completed 55 percent of his passes and has thrown a TD pass in each of his last three games ... freshman DE Jeffrey Fitzgerald leads the ACC and is ninth nationally in tackles for losses (1.67).

Virginia Tech
The Hokies are ranked 17th in this week's Coaches' poll and 22nd by the AP ... Tech has been ranked in the AP poll for 32 straight weeks ... the Hokies lead the ACC and are sixth nationally in pass defense (140.2) ... Tech leads the ACC and is tied for ninth nationally with 10 interceptions ... the Hokies have won 25 straight games when scoring first ... Sean Glennon is third among ACC quarterbacks in passing efficiency (138.9) ... Branden Ore is second in the ACC in rushing (91.6) ... under Frank Beamer, the Hokies are 9-0 in ACC road games ... since joining the ACC, the Hokies are 6-4 against AP-ranked teams.

 

By the numbers

3
Number of 50-yard field goals made by ACC
placekickers in 2006 ... a year ago, ACC
placekickers made only two field goals of 50
yards or longer.
54 John Deraney, NCS vs. Southern Miss . S16
53 Gary Cismesia, FSU vs. Rice .............. S23
52 Sam Swank, WF vs. Liberty ............... S30
9
Through the first five weeks of the 2006 season,
nine ACC quarterbacks have made their
first career starts on the college level ... those
quarterbacks are 4-5 in their starting debuts.
First Career Starts at QB
Name Opp Cm Att Int Yds TD
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke .. WF 21 31 0 305 1
Cam Sexton, UNC ... Furman 14 20 1 265 2
Riley Skinner, WF ...... Duke 22 29 0 235 1
Sean Glennon, VT ..........NE 15 18 1 222 3
Daniel Evans, NCS ........ BC 15 31 1 179 1
Christian Olsen, UVa .... Pitt. 17 34 1 133 0
Jamal Sewell, UVa ......... GT 15 31 2 115 1
Kevin McCabe, UVa ... WMU 13 16 2 111 0
Marcus Jones, Duke .... Rich. 2 6 0 11 0
10
Boston College’s Brian Toal has scored 10
touchdowns on 31 career rushing attempts.
30
Georgia Tech’s Calvin Johnson has caught at
least one pass in all 30 games of his career.
102.5
Per game rushing average of Georgia Tech junior
running back Tashard Choice in his last four games
against ACC opponents ... Choice has scored two
touchdowns in each of his last two games.
119.4
Maryland junior Lance Ball is averaging 119.4
yards rushing per game in his last seven games
against league opponents ... Ball has rushed for
115 yards or more in five of his last seven ACC
games.
1980
Wake Forest freshman QB Riley Skinner has
completed 68 percent of his passes for 788 yards
and three touchdowns and leads the ACC in
passing efficiency (146.4) ... Skinner is bidding
to become the first Deacon since Jay Venuto in
1980 to lead the ACC in passing efficiency.
479.8
Career passing efficiency rating of Wake Forest
wide receiver Nate Morton ... Morton has completed
five-of-seven passes in his career for 222
yards and three touchdowns.
By The Numbers
Florida State’s Drew Weatherford is 4th among
ACC sophomore passing yardage leaders ...
Georgia Tech’s Reggie Ball is sixth among ACC
quarterbacks in career rushing yardage.
ACC Sophomore Passing Leaders
through sophomore seasons
1. Philip Rivers, NCS ............ 2000-01 5,640
2. Charlie Whitehurst, Clem. .. 2002-03 5,115
3. Chris Rix, FSU .................. 2001-02 4,421
4. Drew Weatherford, FSU... 2005-** 4,172
5. Reggie Ball, GT ................ 2003-04 4,143
6. Spence Fisher, Duke ........ 1992-93 4,068
7. Jamie Barnette, NCS ........ 1996-97 3,972
8. Darian Durant, UNC ........ 2001-02 3,966
9. Shawn Jones, GT ............. 1989-90 3,756
10. Scott Milanovich, Md. ...... 1992-93 3,731
Career 1,000-Yard ACC QB Rushers
1. Woodrow Dantzler, Clem. ..... 1998-01 2,615
2. Mike Dunn, Duke ............ 1975-78 1,939
3. Larry Russell, WF ............ 1969-71 1,923
4. Joe Hamilton, GT ............ 1996-99 1,758
5. Steve Fuller, Clem. ........... 1975-78 1,665
6. Reggie Ball, GT ............ 2003-** 1,412
7. Shawn Moore, UVa .......... 1987-90 1,268
8. Johnny Evans, NCS ......... 1974-77 1,259
9. Ronald Curry, UNC .......... 1998-01 1,249
10. Nealon Greene, Clem. ...... 1994-97 1,073
11. Gail Bomar, UNC ............. 1967-68 1,024


Top Games - Individual
100-Yard Rushing Games (22)
2 Branden Ore, VT .......... 170 Cincinnati
2 Javarris James, UM ..... 148 Houston
2 Tashard Choice, GT ...... 138 Maryland
2 C.J. Spiller, Clem. ......... 127 La. Tech
2 Andre Brown, NCS ....... 125 Appalachian
1 James Davis, Clem. ...... 143 La. Tech
1 Micah Andrews, WF ..... 142 Syracuse
1 Antone Smith, FSU ...... 137 Rice
1 Reggie Ball, GT ............ 130 Troy
1 Lance Ball, Md. ........... 116 Ga. Tech
1 Lorenzo Booker, FSU .... 115 Rice
1 Ronnie McGill, UNC ..... 114 Furman
1 Demerick Chancellor, Clm. .. 113 La. Tech
1 Derron Thomas, UM ..... 109 Fla. A&M
1 L.V. Whitworth, BC ....... 109 N. Carolina
1 De’Angelo Bryant, WF . 105 Mississippi
1 Jason Snelling, UVa ..... 103 E. Carolina
Career 100-Yard Rushing Games
6 Tyrone Moss, Miami
5 Lance Ball, Maryland
5 Lorenzo Booker, Florida State
5 Andre Callender, Boston College
5 James Davis, Clemson
5 Ronnie McGill, North Carolina
5 Reggie Merriweather, Clemson
5 Branden Ore, Virginia Tech
4 Andre Brown, NC State
3 Micah Andrews, Wake Forest
3 Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
3 L.V. Whitworth, Boston College
2 Javarris James, Miami
2 C.J. Spiller, Clemson
1 Reggie Ball, Georgia Tech
1 Justin Boyle, Duke
1 Re’quan Boyette, Duke
1 De’Angelo Bryant, Wake Forest
1 Demerick Chancellor, Clemson
1 Ronnie Drummer, Duke
1 Barrington Edwards, North Carolina
1 Rashaun Grant, Georgia Tech
1 Michael Johnson, Virginia
1 Antone Smith, Florida State
1 Jason Snelling, Virginia
1 Derron Thomas, Miami
Active Career Rushing Yardage Leaders
Lorenzo Booker, Sr., Florida State ............ 2,006
Josh Allen, Sr., Maryland ........................ 1,909
Ronnie McGill, Sr., North Carolina ........... 1,881
L.V. Whitworth, Jr., Boston College .......... 1,744
Tyrone Moss, Sr., Miami .......................... 1,741
Andre Callender, Jr., Boston College ........ 1,611
Reggie Merriweather, Sr., Clemson .......... 1,585
James Davis, So., Clemson ...................... 1,486
Reggie Ball, Sr., Georgia Tech ................. 1,375
Lance Ball, Jr., Maryland ........................ 1,296
Micah Andrews, Jr., Wake Forest ............. 1,141
Branden Ore, So., Virginia Tech ............. 1,105
Andre Brown, So., NC State ................... 1,060
Tashard Choice, Jr., Georgia Tech ........... 1,015
300-Yard Passing Games (7)
2 Matt Ryan, BC ............... 356 BYU
2 Sean Glennon, VT ........ 339 Ga. Tech
1 Will Proctor, Clem. ....... 343 B. College
1 Drew Weatherford, FSU . 336 Troy
1 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke .. 305 W. Forest
200-Yard Passing Games (20)
3 Matt Ryan, BC ............. 323 C. Michigan
3 Sean Glennon, VT ........ 339 Ga. Tech
2 Will Proctor, Clem. ....... 343 B. College
2 Drew Weatherford, FSU . 336 Troy
2 Riley Skinner, WF ........ 235 Duke
1 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke .. 305 W. Forest
1 Kyle Wright, Miami ..... 278 Louisville
1 Cam Sexton, UNC ........ 265 Furman
1 Joe Dailey, UNC ........... 234 Rutgers
1 Sam Hollenbach, Md... 211 W. Virginia
1 Marcus Stone, NCS ...... 209 Akron
1 Reggie Ball, GT ............ 205 Virginia
Career 300-Yard Passing Games
4 Drew Weatherford, Florida State
2 Sean Glennon, Virginia Tech
2 Sam Hollenbach, Maryland
2 Matt Ryan, Boston College
1 Reggie Ball, Georgia Tech
1 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
1 Will Proctor, Clemson
1 Kyle Wright, Miami
Active Career Passing Yardage Leaders
Reggie Ball, Sr., Georgia Tech ................ 7,237
Drew Weatherford, So., Florida State ..... 4,172
Sam Hollenbach, Sr., Maryland ............. 3,619
Kyle Wright, Jr., Miami ........................... 3,342
Matt Ryan, Jr., Boston College ............... 3,086
Ben Mauk, Jr., Wake Forest .................... 1,522
Marcus Stone, Jr., NC State .................... 1,478
Will Proctor, Sr., Clemson ........................ 1,432
Sean Glennon, So., Virginia Tech ........... 1,253
Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage
Total Offense
359 Matthew Ryan, BC vs. BYU ..........................S16
340 Will Proctor, Clem. at Boston College ............. S9
334 Drew Weatherford, FSU vs. Troy .....................S9
318 Matthew Ryan, BC at Central Michigan ........ A31
307 Sean Glennon, VT vs. Duke ..........................S16
306 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke at W. Forest ................ S9
303 Sean Glennon, VT vs. Georgia Tech ..............S30
294 Reggie Ball, GT vs. Troy ...............................S16
272 Joe Dailey, UNC vs. Rutgers ........................... S2
265 Cam Sexton, UNC vs. Furman ......................S16
Rushing Yardage
170 Branden Ore, VT vs. Cincinnati ....................S23
148 Javarris James, Miami vs. Houston .............S30
143 James Davis, Clem. vs. La. Tech ..................S30
142 Micah Andrews, WF vs. Syracuse .................. S2
138 Tashard Choice, GT vs. Maryland .................. O7
137 Antone Smith, FSU vs. Rice .........................S23
130 Reggie Ball, GT vs. Troy ...............................S16
127 C.J. Spiller, Clem. vs. La. Tech ......................S30
125 Andre Brown, NCS vs. Appalachian State ........... S2
115 Lorenzo Booker, FSU vs. Rice .......................S23
Passing Yardage
356 Matthew Ryan, BC vs. BYU ..........................S16
343 Will Proctor, Clem. at Boston College ............. S9
339 Sean Glennon, VT vs. Georgia Tech ..............S30
336 Drew Weatherford, FSU vs. Troy .....................S9
323 Matthew Ryan, BC at Central Michigan ........ A31
305 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke at Wake Forest ........... S9
301 Sean Glennon, VT vs. Duke ..........................S16
278 Kyle Wright, Miami at Louisville ..................S16
265 Cam Sexton, UNC vs. Furman ......................S16
249 Drew Weatherford, FSU at NC State .............. O5
Receiving Yardage
165 Calvin Johnson, GT vs. Virginia ....................S21
140 Brandon Robinson, BC vs. BYU ....................S16
127 Nate Morton, WF vs. Liberty ........................S30
124 Chansi Stuckey, Clem. at Boston College .......... S9
120 Brooks Foster, UNC vs. Rutgers ...................... S2
120 David Clowney, VT vs. Duke ........................S16
115 Calvin Johnson, GT at Virginia .....................S30
111 Calvin Johnson, GT vs. Notre Dame ............... S2
109 Justin Harper, GT at Virginia ........................S30
107 Greg Carr, FSU vs. Rice ................................S23
All-Purpose Yardage
220 Jeff Smith, BC vs. Clemson ............................ S9
204 Branden Ore, VT vs. Cincinnati ....................S23
193 Eddie Royal, VT vs. Duke .............................S16
174 Ronnie McGill, UNC vs. Furman ...................S16
173 Micah Andrews, WF vs. Syracuse .................. S2
171 C.J. Spiller, Clem. at Boston College .............. S9
170 Javarris James, Miami vs. Houston .............S30
165 Calvin Johnson, GT vs. Virginia ....................S23
163 Lorenzo Booker, FSU at NC State .................. O5
157 Josh Wilson, Md. at Georgia Tech ................. O7
157 Jabari Marshall, Duke at Alabama ............... O7
Pass Receptions
11 Brooks Foster, UNC vs. Rutgers ...................... S2
11 Chansi Stuckey, Clem. at Boston College .......... S9
10 Kevin Ogletree, UVa vs. Wyoming ................. S9
10 Calvin Johnson, GT vs. Maryland .................. O7
8 Joey Haynos, Md. at West Virginia ..............S14
8 Greg Olsen, Miami vs. North Carolina .......... O7
7 Jomar Wright, Duke vs. Richmond ................ S2
7 Raphael Chestnut, Duke vs. Richmond .......... S2
7 Calvin Johnson, GT vs. Notre Dame ............... S2
7 Hakeem Nicks, UNC vs. Rutgers ....................S2
7 Tom Santi, UVa at Pittsburgh ......................... S2
7 Anthony Hill, NCS vs. Akron .......................... S9
7 De'Cody Fagg, FSU vs. Troy ............................ S9
7 Brandon Robinson, BC vs. BYU ....................S16
7 Tom Santi, UVa vs. Western Michigan ..........S16
7 Eddie Royal, VT vs. Georgia Tech .................S30
2006 ACC Football Release
300-Yard Total Offense Games (7)
2 Matt Ryan, BC ............... 359 BYU
2 Sean Glennon, VT ........ 307 Duke
1 Will Proctor, Clem. ....... 340 B. College
1 Drew Weatherford, FSU .. 334 Troy
1 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke .. 306 W. Forest
200-Yard Total Offense Games (24)
4 Reggie Ball, GT ............ 294 Troy
3 Matt Ryan, BC ............... 359 BYU
3 Will Proctor, Clem. ....... 340 B. College
3 Sean Glennon, VT ........ 307 Duke
2 Kyle Wright, Miami ..... 263 Louisville
2 Riley Skinner, WF ........ 246 Duke
2 Drew Weatherford, FSU .. 334 Troy
1 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke .. 306 W. Forest
1 Joe Dailey, UNC ........... 272 Rutgers
1 Cam Sexton, UNC ........ 265 Furman
1 Marcus Stone, NCS ...... 224 Akron
1 Sam Hollenbach, Md. ... 218 W. Virginia
Career 300-Yard Total Offense Games
4 Drew Weatherford, Florida State
3 Reggie Ball, Georgia Tech
2 Sam Hollenbach, Maryland
2 Matt Ryan, Boston College
1 Sean Glennon, Virginia Tech
1 Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
1 Will Proctor, Clemson
Active Career Total Offense Leaders
Reggie Ball, Sr., Georgia Tech .................. 8,649
Drew Weatherford, So., Florida State ....... 4,128
Sam Hollenbach, Sr., Maryland ............... 3,542
Kyle Wright, Jr., Miami ............................. 3,204
Matt Ryan, Jr., Boston College ...................3,180
Ben Mauk, Jr., Wake Forest .......................1,865
Marcus Stone, Jr., NC State .......................1,600
Will Proctor, Sr., Clemson .......................... 1,527
Sean Glennon, So., Virginia Tech ...............1,196
Total Offense Yardage
100-Yard Receiving Games (16)
4 Calvin Johnson, GT ........ 165 Virginia
2 Chansi Stuckey, Clem. ... 124 B. College
1 Brandon Robinson, BC .. 140 BYU
1 Nate Morton, WF .......... 127 L. Baptist
1 David Clowney, VT ........ 120 Duke
1 Brooks Foster, UNC ........ 120 Rutgers
1 Darrius Heyward-Bey, Md. 111 Ga. Tech
1 Justin Harper, VT ........... 109 Ga. Tech
1 Greg Carr, FSU............... 107 Rice
1 Lorenzo Booker, FSU ..... 105 NC State
1 Jomar Wright, Duke ...... 104 W. Forest
1 Eddie Royal, VT ............. 102 Ga. Tech
Career 100-Yard Receiving Games
10 Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech
6 Chansi Stuckey, Clemson
3 Greg Carr, Florida State
3 Nate Morton, Wake Forest
2 Jesse Holley, North Carolina
2 Josh Morgan, Virginia Tech
2 Deyon Williams, Virginia
1 Lorenzo Booker, NC State
1 David Clowney, Virginia Tech
1 Chris Davis, Florida State
1 De’Cody Fagg, Florida State
1 Brooks Foster, North Carolina
1 Tony Gonzalez, Boston College
1 Justin Harper, Virginia Tech
1 Aaron Kelly, Clemson
1 Ryan Moore, Miami
1 Greg Olsen, Miami
1 Eron Riley, Duke
1 Brandon Robinson, Boston College
1 Eddie Royal, Virginia Tech
1 Tom Santi, Virginia
1 Jomar Wright, Duke
Active Career Receiving Yards Leaders
Calvin Johnson, Jr., Georgia Tech ........... 2,284
Jesse Holley, Sr., North Carolina ............ 1,568
Chansi Stuckey, Sr., Clemson ............... 1,391
Nate Morton, Sr., Wake Forest .............. 1,243
Deyon Williams,, Sr., Virginia ................ 1,192
David Clowney, Sr., Virginia Tech ........ 1,189
Ryan Moore, Sr., Miami ......................... 1,186
Chris Davis, Sr., Florida State .............. 1,069
Josh Morgan, Jr., Virginia Tech ............... 978
Receiving Yardage Top Games - Team


ACC Bowl Lineup
FedEx Orange Bowl
Tuesday, January 2 (8:00, Fox)
Dolphins Stadium (72,230), Miami, Fla.
Eric Poms, CEO
Orange Bowl Committee
703 Waterford Way, Suite 590
Miami, FL 33126
Phone: 305-341-4700 Fax: 305-341-4750
Chick-fil-A Bowl
Saturday, December 30 (8:00, ESPN)
Georgia Dome (71,500), Atlanta, Ga.
Gary P. Stokan, President
235 Andrew Young International Blvd.
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-586-8500 Fax: 404-586-8508
Toyota Gator Bowl
Monday, January 1 (1:00, CBS)
Alltel Stadium (73,000), Jacksonville, Fla.
Richard M. Catlett, President
One Gator Bowl Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Phone: 904-798-1700 Fax: 904-632-2080
Champs Sports Bowl
Friday, December 29 (8:00, ESPN)
Florida Citrus Bowl (65,438), Orlando, Fla.
Steve Hogan, Executive Director
One Citrus Bowl Place
Orlando, FL 32805
Phone: 407-423-2476 Fax: 407-425-8451
Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl
Friday, December 29 (1:00, ESPN)
The Coliseum (67,000), Nashville, Tenn.
Scott Ramsey, Executive Director
211 Commerce Street, Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37201
Phone: 615-743-3130 Fax: 615-244-3540
Meineke Car Care Bowl
Saturday, December 30 (1:00, ESPN)
Bank of America Stadium (73,367), Charlotte, N.C.
Will Webb, Executive Director
Raycom
2815 Coliseum Centre Drive
Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: 704-378-4400 Fax: 704-378-4465
Emerald Bowl
Wednesday, December 27 (8:00, ESPN)
AT&T Park (38,437), San Francisco, Calif.
Gary Cavalli, Executive Director
24 Willie Mays Plaza, SBC Park
San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: 415-972-1815 Fax: 415-947-2925
MPC Computers Bowl
Sunday, December 31 (7:30, ESPN)
Bronco Stadium (30,000), Boise, Idaho
Gary Beck, Executive Director
1109 Main Street, Mezzanine B
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-424-1011 Fax: 208-424-1121

 
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