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Rhett Bomar heading into Senior season: 2008: All-Southland Conference second-team selection...Started ten games, as he ranked second in the nation in total offense (354.2 ypg) and fourth in passing yardage (335.5 ypg)...Connected on 245 of 436 passes (56.19 percent) for 3,355 yards, 27 touchdowns and thirteen interceptions...Scored five times on 81 carries for 187 yards (2.3 avg), as he participated in 517 total plays for 3,542 yards, accounting for 32 total touchdowns... Helped convert 57 of 151 third-down plays (37.75 percent), as 139 of his 245 pass completions produced first downs...Sacked 19 times for losses of 130 yards and had 44 of 436 pass attempts (10.09 percent) deflected by the opposition...Turned the ball over once on three fumbles...Led a unit that ranked fourth in the nation in passing offense (338.0 ypg) and fifth in total offense (457.3 ypg)...Had ten pass completions for at least 50 yards or longer, including an 80-yarder vs. McNeese State...2007: 9 GP; 9 GS; Rush: 87-406-4.7-7; Pass: 291-172-59.1-2209-10-6; All-Southland Conference honorable mention in 2007 … ranked second in the SLC and eighth nationally in total offense (290.6 yards per game) … passed for 2,209 yards and 10 TDs and rushed for 406 yards and 7 TDs in 9 games …. Missed final two games with knee injury...2006: Did not play in 2006...Dismissed from Oklahoma for taking pay for hours not actually worked at a Norman car dealership...2005: 12 GP; 10 GS; Rush: 89-184-2.1-4; Pass: 308-167-54.2-2018-10-10; Passed for 2,018 yards on 10 touchdowns as a redshirt freshman for the Sooners ... led Oklahoma to victories over Kansas State, Kansas, Baylor, Nebraska, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State during the regular season ... Most Valuable Player in the Holiday Bowl, passing for 229 yards in 17-14 victory over Oregon ... best performance was 20 of 28 for 298 yards in 36-30 victory over Texas A&M. 2004: Redshirted.
Nathan Brown heading into Senior season: 2007: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 61-132-2.2-1; Pass: 377-256-67.9-3084-26-10; First team All-Southland, Offensive Player of the Year. 2006: 8 GP; 8 GS; Rush: 38-65-1.7-0; Pass: 242-157-64.9-1858-18-8; Played and started eight games, going 6-2 while missing three games mid-season due to a broken bone in his throwing hand. Threw for 1,858 yards and 18 touchdowns with 8 interceptions. Rushed for 65 yards on 38 attempts. Had seventh-highest single-season completion total in school history (157), eighth-highest single-season touchdown pass mark (18), fifth-highest single-season completion percentage (64.9), seventh-highest single-season efficiency rating (147.3), fifth-highest single-season passing yards per game (232.2) and fifth-highest single-season total offense yards per game (240.4)...2005: 14 GP; 9 GS; Rush: 4-23-5.8-0; Pass: 273-189-69.2-2410-25-10; As a freshman, played 14 games and assumed starting duties midway through the season, going 8-1 as a starter and leading team to Gulf South Conference championship and NCAA Division II quarterfinals. Named GSC Freshman of the Year... 2004: Redshirted.
Brock Smith heading into Senior season: 2007: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 32-39-1.2-1; Pass: 245-150-61.2-2226-19-7; First team All-Big South...2006: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 30-35-1.2-0; Pass: 186-107-57.5-1376-7-5; Started all 11 games under center … completed 57.5 percent of his passes … finished the year 107-for-186 … demonstrated passing control by throwing only five interceptions... 2005: 6 GP; 3 GS; Rush: 15-(-8)-(-0.5)-0; Pass: 97-48-49.5-814-5-5; Saw playing time in six games and started the last three contests as a true freshman … threw for 814 yards, which ranks as the third-most passing yards ever by a Liberty freshman signal caller.
Chris Pizzotti heading into Senior season: 2008 Preseason: Granted a rare fifth season of eligibility after receiving a hardship waiver from the Ivy League after missing the 2005 season ... Enters the season ranked seventh on Harvard's career passing chart ... Current career completion percentage (58.2) would be good for fourth in school history. 2007: 9 GP; 9 GS; Rush: 53-(-100)-(-1.9)-3; Pass: 260-164-63.1-2134-14-4; All-Ivy League First Team ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team ... Fall Academic All-Ivy League selection ... Chosen as the winner of the Frederick Greeley Crocker Award as the most valuable player of the 2007 Harvard football team, as chosen by his teammates ... Six-time Ivy League Honor Roll selection ... Two-time New England Football Writers Association Gold Helmet Winner ... College Sporting News National Offensive Player of the Week and Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 19 ... Entered the season in a backup role but started the last seven games, going undefeated and finishing the season with the second-best passing numbers in school history with 2,134 yards coming on 164 completions, 63.1 completion percentage and 14 touchdowns against just four interceptions ... Led the league in passing efficiency ... 2006: 9 GP; 5 GS; Rush: 16-(-45)-(-2.8)-0; Pass: 142-70-49.3-1051-6-5; Played in nine games and made five starts as the Crimson quarterback ... Completed 10 of 13 passes for 126 yards in his first collegiate start against Holy Cross before leaving that game due to injury ... 2005: Forced to miss the entire season due to a back injury ... Was impressive in the annual Crimson-White Spring Game, completing 20 of 40 passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns without an interception...2004: Minor H recipient ... Grandfather, Francis Dancewicz, played football for Notre Dame and professionally for the Boston Yanks, and father, Steve, played football for Northeastern ... Brother, Dave, was the starting QB at Boston University before transferring to Harvard where he suffered a shoulder injury and did not appear in a game.
Bobby Reid heading into Senior season: 2008 Preseason: Transferred from Oklahoma State after 2007 because he lost his starting job, considered leaving for the NFL...2007: 7 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 19-15-0.8-0; Pass: 49-26-53.1-275-1-1. 2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 119-500-4.2-5; Pass: 267-148-55.4-2266-24-11; Started all 13 games at quarterback after re-securing the job during the spring … Set new OSU single-game record for completion percentage for 10 attempts (9-of-10 for 90 percent against Baylor) … Had the best and third best total offense games in OSU history in a three-week span with a record 457 yards of total offense at Kansas and the third best total offense output against Houston (366 yards) … Completed his sophomore season with 2,226 passing yards for the sixth best total in OSU history … Has the second best total offense mark for a single season with 2,766 yards...2005: 7 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 61-139-2.3-0; Pass: 108-52-48.1-602-2-4; Rec: 5-24-4.8-0; Reid started five games at quarterback during his redshirt freshman season, including the upset win over Texas Tech. He finished the season with 602 yards on 52 of 108 passing with two touchdowns and four interceptions. He also had 61 carries for 139 yards rushing and five receptions for 24 yards...2004: Reid sat out as a redshirt after undergoing surgery in the off-season.
Jake Phillips heading into Senior season: 2007: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 99-192-1.9-5; Pass: 336-190-56.5-2801-19-7; Third team All-CAA...2006: 7 GP; 5 GS; Rush: 51-67-1.3-1; Pass: 141-70-49.6-763-5-3; Shared duties at quarterback through the season, appearing in seven games with five starts … Averaged 109.0 passing yards per game and ranked third on the squad in rushing with 9.6 yards per game … Completed 70 of 141 attempts on the year for 763 yards and five touchdowns … Gained 184 yards rushing on the year with a touchdown, but recorded a net of 67 yards rushing... 2005: 10 GP; 6 GS; Rush: 71-183-2.6-8; Pass: 192-123-64.1-1564-12-7; Earned the starting job midway through the season, through the final five games … Established a school freshman quarterback record for rushing touchdowns (8) and finished the season ranked among the A-10's top 10 in passing average (156.4/10th), total offense (174.7/10th) and passing efficiency (145.8/4th) … Passed for 1,564 yards and 12 touchdowns, six shy of David Corley's freshman record set in 1999 … Gained 279 yards rushing over 71 attempts, finishing as the team's third-leading rusher with a net of 183... 2004: Scout team and a member of the travel squad … Earned a Scout Team Player of the Week honor … Cousin, Scott Perkins, played football at W&M from 1985-88.
Ryan Alexander heading into Senior season: 10 GP; 10 GS; Rush: 54-185-3.4-0; Pass: 377-215-57.0-2581-21-10 in '06. 10 GP; 10 GS; Rush: 47-40-0.9-3; Pass: 300-152-50.7-1991-15-12; All-PFL South honorable mention in '05. Did not see game action in '04.
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