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    Michigan State Spartans football From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Michigan State Spartans football
    2011 Michigan State Spartans football team

    First season 1896
    Athletic director Mark Hollis
    Head coach Mark Dantonio
    5th year, 44–21 (.677)
    Home stadium Spartan Stadium (East Lansing)
    Stadium capacity 75,005
    Stadium surface Grass
    Location East Lansing, Michigan
    Conference Big Ten
    Division Legends
    All-time record 640–434–44 (.592)
    Postseason bowl record 8–14
    Claimed national titles 6 (1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965, 1966)[1][2]
    Conference titles 7 (1953, 1965, 1966, 1978, 1987, 1990, 2010)
    Division titles 1 (2011)
    Heisman winners 0
    Consensus All-Americans 28[3]
    Current uniform

    Colors Green and White

    Fight song MSU Fight Song
    Mascot Sparty
    Marching band Spartan Marching Band
    Rivals Michigan Wolverines
    Notre Dame Fighting Irish
    Penn State Nittany Lions
    Indiana Hoosiers
    Wisconsin Badgers
    Website MSUSpartans.com

    The Michigan State Spartans football program represents Michigan State University in college football as members of the Big Ten Conference at the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level. Michigan State has won or shared a total of six national championships (1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965 and 1966), two Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships (1903 and 1905), and seven Big Ten championships (1953, 1965, 1966, 1978, 1987, 1990, and 2010). Currently 24 former Spartans are playing in the NFL.[4]

    Today, the team competes in Spartan Stadium, a 75,005 person football stadium in the center of campus, though frequently the stadium holds more than 80,000 spectators. Michigan State hired Mark Dantonio on November 27, 2006 as head coach. MSU's traditional archrival is the University of Michigan, against which they compete for the Paul Bunyan Trophy. Michigan State is one of three Big Ten teams to have an annual non-conference football game against the University of Notre Dame.

    Contents
    1 History
    2 Coaching history
    2.1 Mark Dantonio
    2.2 Nick Saban
    2.3 George Perles
    2.4 Duffy Daugherty
    2.5 "Biggie" Munn
    2.6 Head coaching records
    3 Football facilities
    3.1 Spartan Stadium
    3.2 Duffy Daugherty Building / Skandalaris Center
    4 Records, championships, and notable games
    4.1 All-time record
    4.2 National championships
    4.3 Big Ten Conference championships
    4.4 Big Ten Conference Championship Games
    4.5 Bowl games
    5 Rivalry Trophy games
    6 Historic games
    6.1 Game of the Century
    7 Awards
    7.1 Players
    7.2 Coach
    7.3 College Football Hall of Famers
    7.3.1 Pro Football Hall of Famers
    7.3.2 Canadian Football Hall of Fame
    7.4 Michigan State's All-Time Team
    8 Notable players
    8.1 Current NFL players
    8.2 Other famous players
    9 Future schedules
    9.1 2012
    9.2 2013
    9.3 2014
    10 References
    11 External links

    [edit] HistorySee also: List of Michigan State Spartans football seasons

    1913 Michigan Agricultural College (MSU) vs MichiganStarting as a club sport in 1885, football gained varsity status in 1896.[5] Early teams at the then Michigan Agricultural College (MAC) competed in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA), which was chartered in 1888 and is the oldest existing collegiate leagues in the United States. Previously, in 1884, Albion College and Michigan Agricultural had played in the first intercollegiate football game held within the state of Michigan. The MIAA's other charter members included Albion, Olivet and Hillsdale Colleges. The Association's first season of competitive football was in 1894 which by then also included Eastern Michigan University (then Michigan Normal School) and Alma College; Kalamazoo College was added in 1896. In those early years the MAC Aggies could only accomplish one outright league football championship (1905) and share another with Albion (1903). The first decade of the 20th Century generally saw the MIAA and MAC being dominated by either Albion or Olivet Colleges. MSU left the league and became an Independent in 1907.

    During the 1950s when Detroit was known as the world's leading automobile manufacturer, Michigan State was often referred to as the nation's "football factory." It was then that the Spartans churned out such impressive models as Lynn Chandnois, Dorne Dibble, Don McAulliffe, Tom Yewcic, Sonny Grandelius, Bob Carey, Don Coleman, Earl Morrall and Dean Look. In 1951, the Spartans finished undefeated and untied to claim a share of the national championship with Tennessee. A second consecutive undefeated season led to a consensus national title in 1952. The team was admitted into the Big Ten as a regular member in 1949. They promptly went on to capture the league championship (losing only one game during the season) and beating UCLA in their first Rose Bowl game. After the 1953 season Biggie Munn, the Spartan coach, turned the team over to his protégé Duffy Daugherty. The team won the Rose Bowl in 1954, 1956, and 1988.

    From the creation of Division I-AA (now called Division I FCS) in 1978 through the 2008 season, Michigan State never played a I-AA/FCS opponent, holding out longer in doing so than all but four other FBS schools.[6] The Spartans ended their streak by opening the 2009 season against FCS member Montana State.

    [edit] Coaching history[edit] Mark DantonioMain article: Mark Dantonio
    On November 27, 2006, Mark Dantonio was hired from the University of Cincinnati to become Michigan State's new men's football head coach. He has compiled a 44–21 (27–13) record while at MSU. In 2010, Dantonio led MSU to 1/3 of a Big Ten Championship with a 7-1 record. It was Michigan State's first Big Ten Championship in over 20 years. He has 4-1 record against UM winning the Paul Bunyan Trophy in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011. This streak of 4 wins in a row ties Sparty's best in the rivalry. Dantonio's record also includes a 3-2 mark for the Megaphone Trophy which goes to the winner of the MSU vs. Notre Dame rivalry football game. Dantonio served as an assistant coach at MSU from 1995-2000, and was Ohio State's defensive coordinator during their 2002 national championship season.[7] and was also an assistant at Kansas and Youngstown State University. He is known as a defensive-minded coach and has been on the coaching staffs of Glen Mason, Jim Tressel and Nick Saban.

    [edit] Nick SabanMain article: Nick Saban
    When Saban arrived in East Lansing, Michigan prior to the 1995 season, MSU had not had a winning season since 1990, and the team was sanctioned by the NCAA for recruiting violations committed under his predecessor and former mentor, George Perles.[8]

    1995–1997 – Beginning in 1995, Saban moderately improved MSU's fortunes, taking the Spartans to minor bowl games (all of which they lost by double-digit margins) in each of his first three seasons. From 1995 to 1997, Michigan State finished 6-5-1, 6-6, and 7-5. In comparison, MSU had finished 5–6, 6–6 and 5–6 (prior to NCAA forfeits) in 1992–1994.
    1998 – On November 7, 1998, the Spartans upset the #1 ranked Ohio State 28–24 at Ohio Stadium. However, even after the upset and an early-season rout of then-highly-ranked Notre Dame the Spartans finished 6–6, including three last-minute losses featuring turnovers, defensive lapses, and special-teams misplays, and failed to earn a bowl invitation.
    1999 – Saban led the Spartans to a 9–2 season that included wins over Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State. Conversely, the two losses were routs at the hands of Purdue and Wisconsin. Following the final regular-season game against Penn State, Saban abruptly resigned to accept the head coaching position with LSU. Saban's assistant head coach and successor, Bobby Williams, then coached MSU to a Citrus Bowl victory over Florida, giving the Spartans an overall record of 10–2 for the 1999 season. It would be the best season in terms of wins for the Spartans since 1965, and it would see the Spartans reach their highest ranking since the 1966 team.[9] Future former NFL Head Coach Josh McDaniels served as a Graduate Assistant on Saban's 1999 coaching staff.
    [edit] George PerlesMain article: George Perles
    After returning from US Army active duty, Perles returned to Michigan where he enrolled at Michigan State University and played football under legendary coach Duffy Daugherty. Perles played the 1958 season before his playing career was cut short by a knee injury. Perles then started his football coaching career as a graduate assistant at Michigan State before moving on to the high school ranks in Chicago and Detroit, where his St. Ambrose High School team won their first Detroit City League Championship in 1961. Perles returned to Michigan State as defensive line coach under his mentor, Daugherty.

    In 1972, Chuck Noll, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, offered Perles the position of defensive line coach. In Perles’ first season, the Steelers made the NFL playoffs for the second time in franchise history, the first since 1947, losing to the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Championship Game. In 1974, the Steelers won the first of six consecutive AFC Central division championships and also their first Super Bowl. Perles became the defensive coordinator for the Steelers in 1978 and then assistant head coach under Noll in 1979. During Perles' ten years with Pittsburgh (1972–1981), the Steelers won a then-unprecedented four Super Bowls and became known as the team of the decade for the 1970s, largely on the back of their "Stunt 4-3" defense designed by Perles.

    Perles returned to Michigan State University on December 3, 1982. In 12 years, he led the Spartans to two Big Ten Conference titles, seven bowl games and a victory in the 1988 Rose Bowl. The 1987 season marked the Spartans' last outright Big Ten title to date. During the 1987 season Perles and Michigan State beat Southern Cal twice in the same season, once in the regular season and one in the Rose Bowl.

    During 1994–1995, an extensive external investigation conducted by the law firm of Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC. uncovered various infractions including grade tampering by an athletic department administrator. MSU president M. Peter McPherson fired Perles before the end of the 1994 season, and ordered the Spartans to forfeit their five wins for that season. Perles was found "not culpable" by the NCAA.

    [edit] Duffy DaughertyMain article: Duffy Daugherty
    Duffy Daugherty (September 8, 1915 – September 25, 1987) replaced Clarence Munn known as "Biggie" Munn, in December 1953, following Munn's retirement to become Michigan State's athletic director. Daugherty would serve as the head coach at Michigan State University from 1954 to 1972, where he compiled a career record of 109–69–5. Duffy's 1965 and 1966 teams won national championships. Duffy's tenure of 19 seasons at the helm of the Michigan State Spartans football team is the longest of any head coach in the program's history. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1984.

    1954–1964 After compiling a disappointing 3–6 record in Daugherty's first season in 1954, the Spartans improved and finished second in the Big Ten behind Ohio State in 1955 with an 8–1 record in the regular season. Michigan State received the conference's invitation to the 1956 Rose Bowl instead of the Buckeyes due to the conference's prohibition against consecutive trips to the Rose Bowl. In Pasadena, the Spartans defeated UCLA, 17–14, for their second bowl win in school history. From 1956 to 1964, Daugherty's Michigan State teams were usually good, three times placing second in Big Ten, but never captured the conference crown. The Spartans did, however, beat Notre Dame eight straight times between 1955 and 1963, a feat matched only by Michigan (1887–1908) and USC (2002–2009). On November 5, 1964, the NCAA found Daugherty's program at Michigan State guilty of NCAA infractions prior to and during the 1957, 1958, and 1959 seasons. Daughtery's football program was put on probation for three years following the 1964 decision.
    1965–1966 The 1965 and 1966 seasons were the high points in Daugherty's coaching tenure, if not in the history of Michigan State football. The 1965 team finished the regular season 10–0 and ranked first in the country, but was upset by UCLA in the 1966 Rose Bowl, 14–12. Nevertheless, Michigan State was named national champions by the UPI and the National Football Foundation. The 1966 team began the season 9–0 and headed into their final game ranked #2 against #1 Notre Dame at Spartan Stadium on November 19. The #1 vs. #2 showdown, dubbed the "The Game of the Century" by national media, ended in a 10–10 tie. The Spartans did not play in a bowl game following the 1966 season due to Big Ten rules in place at the time that prohibited its teams from playing in the Rose Bowl in consecutive years and barred participation in any other bowl. Notre Dame and Michigan State received a share of the 1966 national championship.
    1967–1972Beginning with the 1967 season, there was a decline in the Spartans football program under Duffy. Daugherty's teams in the late 60s and early 70s consistently hovered around the .500 mark, with only his 1971 squad finishing with a winning record (6–5). Under pressure from MSU's administration, Daugherty retired after the 1972 season and was succeeded as head coach by Denny Stolz.
    During Daugherty's time in East Lansing, he recruited and coached some of the best players in Michigan State's history, including Herb Adderley, Brad Van Pelt, Bubba Smith, George Webster, and Joe DeLamielleure. He was one of the first college football coaches to field a racially integrated team.

    [edit] "Biggie" MunnMain article: Clarence Munn
    Clarence Lester "Biggie" Munn (September 11, 1908 – March 18, 1975) was head coach of Michigan State from (1947–1953). His 1951 squad and 1952 squad won national championships. Munn retired from coaching in 1953 to assume duties as Michigan State's athletic director, a position he held until 1971. Each year, the Michigan State Spartans football team hands out the "Biggie Munn Award" to the team's most motivational player. MSU's Munn Ice Arena, built in 1974, is named in his honor. Munn was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 1959, and, in 1961, he became Michigan State's first inductee into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame. He authored the coaching textbook Michigan State Multiple Offense in 1953.

    1947–1950 In 1947, Munn and the Michigan State administration, led by university president John A. Hannah, approached Notre Dame president Father Cavanaugh to have his Fighting Irish play the Spartans for the first time since 1921. MSU initially offered to let Notre Dame take 80 percent of the gate, but Cavanaugh insisted they split the receipts down the middle. Munn was the only coach to beat Notre Dame head coach Frank Leahy three years in a row (1950–1952). Starting with a 33-14 win over William & Mary in East Lansing on October 14th, 1950 Biggie Munn start his historic 28 game winning streak.
    1951 The 1951 Michigan State Spartans football team went undefeated and were elected the National Champions by the Helms Athletic Foundation; however, the rest of the polls voted for the Tennessee Volunteers, who lost in the Sugar Bowl to the Maryland Terrapins, but post season games did not count back then.
    1952 The 1952 squad continued Munn's undefeated streak going 9-0. Michigan State won a national championship for the second year in a row and for the first time in school history were voted #1 in both the AP and Coaches' polls. Munn was named the AFCA Coach of the Year, coaching MSU to 9–0 record and a
    1953 In 1953, Michigan State's first year of conference play in the Big Ten, the Spartans shared the conference title with Illinois and went to the Rose Bowl, where they beat UCLA, 28–20. October 24th, 1953 Purdue upset the Spartans 6-0 ending Munn's 28 game winning streak. The Spartans won the first ever Paul Bunyan Trophy after beating rival Michigan 14-6 in East Lansing.
    Shortly after the Rose Bowl victory, MSU's athletic director, Ralph H. Young retired. Munn stepped down from coaching to assume duties as athletic director and remained in that position until 1971. Munn named his assistant, Duffy Daugherty, as his to successor to helm the football team. During his tenure as Michigan State's head football coach, Munn tutored 17 All-Americans. His teams have retained the school's top four season marks for rushing-yards-per-game: 1948 (304.5 yards/game), 1951 (293.9 yards), 1952 (272.4), and 1950 (269.3). Munn was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1959.

    [edit] Head coaching recordsCoach Years Seasons Record Pct. Conf. Record Pct. Div. Titles Conf. Titles Bowl Games National Titles Conference
    [No Coach] 1896 1 1–2–1 .375 0 0 0 0 0 0 MIAA
    Henry Keep 1897–1898 2 8–5–1 .607 0 0 0 0 0 0 MIAA
    Charles Bemies 1899–1900 2 3–7–1 .318 0 0 0 0 0 0 MIAA
    George Denham 1901–1902 2 7–9–1 .441 0 0 0 0 0 0 MIAA
    Chester Brewer 1903–1910, 1917, 1919 10 58–23–7 .699 0 0 0 2 0 0 Left MIAA in 1907
    John Macklin 1911–1915 4 29–5–0 .853 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    Frank Sommers 1916 1 4–2–1 .643 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    George Gauthier 1918 1 4–3–0 .571 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    George Clark 1920 1 4–6 .400 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    Albert Barron 1921–1922 2 6–10–2 .389 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    Ralph H. Young 1923–1927 5 18–22–1 .451 0 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 Independent
    Harry Kipke 1928 1 3–4–1 .438 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    Jim Crowley 1929–1932 4 22–8–3 .712 n/a n/a n/a n/a 0 0 Independent
    Charlie Bachman 1933–1942, 1944–1946 13 70–34–10 .658 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1 0 Independent
    Clarence Munn 1947–1953 6 54–9–2 .846 5–1 .833 n/a 1 0 2 Joined Big Ten in 1949
    Duffy Daugherty 1954–1972 19 109–69–5 .609 72–50–3 .588 n/a 2 3 4 Big Ten
    Denny Stolz 1973–1975 3 19–13–1 .591 14–9–1 .604 n/a 0 0 0 Big Ten
    Darryl Rogers 1976–1979 4 24–18–2 .568 19–12–1 .609 n/a 1 0 0 Big Ten
    Muddy Waters 1980–1982 3 10–23–0 .303 8–18–0 .308 n/a 0 0 0 Big Ten
    George Perles 1983–1994 12 68–67–4 .504 53–42–2 .557 n/a 2 7 0 Big Ten
    Nick Saban 1995–1999 5 35–24–1 .592 23–16–1 .589 n/a 0 3 0 Big Ten
    Bobby Williams 2000–2002 3 15–17 .469 6–15 .286 n/a 0 2 0 Big Ten
    Morris Watts 2002 1 1–2 .333 1–2 .333 n/a 0 0 0 Big Ten
    John L. Smith 2003–2006 4 22–26 .458 12–20 .375 n/a 0 1 0 Big Ten
    Mark Dantonio 2007–present 5 44–22 .667 27–13 .675 1* 1 5 0 Big Ten
    Totals 1896–present 113 636–427–44 .593 238–198–8 .541 1 7 21 6

    The Big Ten split into the Leaders and Legends Divisions with the addition of Nebraska for the 2011 season. Michigan State has played in the Legends Division from 2011 to present.
    [edit] Football facilities[edit] Spartan StadiumMain article: Spartan Stadium (East Lansing)

    Spartan Stadium hosts varsity football games and other events.Spartan Stadium will enter its 88th season as home to Michigan State football in 2011. Until the 1920s, Michigan State's football team played on Old College Field just northwest of the current stadium. In the early 1920s school officials decided to construct a new stadium to replace Old College Field. College Field, the future Spartan Stadium was ready in the fall of 1923 with a capacity of 14,000. Over the years the stadium grew. In 1935 the seating capacity was increased to 26,000 and the facility was dedicated as Macklin Field. By 1957, upper decks were added to the east and west ends, boosting the capacity to 76,000. That same season Michigan State dropped the name Macklin Stadium in favor of Spartan Stadium.[10]

    In 2005 Michigan State finished a new $64 million expansion project to Spartan Stadium. It featured the addition of nearly 3,000 club seats in the "Spartan Club," 24 suites and a 193-seat press box, bringing the current stadium capacity to 75,005. The original World War II-era terracotta cast of the "The Spartan" statue was moved indoors to the atrium of the new structure to protect it from the elements and occasional vandalism, and a new bronze cast was made for outdoors. The 200,000-square-foot (19,000 m2) addition also houses the MSU Alumni Association, University Development and other units.[11]

    Spartan Stadium's capacity is 75,005, making it the Big Ten's sixth largest stadium and 23rd largest college football stadium in the country.[12][13] In 2010 Spartan Stadium had the 19th highest attendance in NCAA Division I FBS. [14] Spartan Stadium is so loud that Stanley Kubrick’s Spartacus (1960) uses a recording of the crowd noise during the 1959 Michigan State-Notre Dame game.[15]

    For the 2007 football season the student section had around 13,000 members.[16] Like the basketball student section the Izzone, the Michigan State Student Alumni Foundation used to oversee a subgroup in the football student section named "Corner Blitz." When head coach Mark Dantonio took over the football program in 2006 "Corner Blitz" was united with the normal student section. Like Corner Blitz the entire student section now receives a special t-shirt which is voted on annually. [17]

    [edit] Duffy Daugherty Building / Skandalaris CenterIn 2007 Michigan State expanded it's Duffy Daugherty Football Building with a $15 million expansion and renovation project. The face-lift started with construction of the 25,000-square-foot (2,300 m2) Skandalaris Football Center that features new team, staff and position meeting rooms, coaches' offices, MSU football Players Lounge and The Demmer Family Hall of History. MSU alumni Robert and Julie Skandalaris of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., donated $5 million as the lead gift for the $15 million project. In 2008, weight room was increased in size from 9,000 to 16,500 square feet (1,530 m2) at a cost of $2 million. The complex includes a 86,000-square-foot (8,000 m2) indoor practice facility with a full in-door football field, two outdoor practice football fields and a training room with a rehab and hydrotherapy section.[18]

    [edit] Records, championships, and notable games[edit] All-time recordAt the completion of the 2010 season, Michigan State's all-time win/loss/tie record is 633–427–44.

    [edit] National championshipsMichigan State claims a total of six national championships, three of which are consensus national championships after being declared the national champion by the AP and Coaches' Poll in 1952, the Coaches' Poll in 1965, and the National Football Foundation in 1966.[19]

    Year Coach Selector Record Bowl
    1951 Clarence Munn Billingsley, Helms, Poling 9–0
    1952 Clarence Munn AP Poll, Coaches' Poll, Helms, National Championship Foundation, United Press 9–0
    1955 Duffy Daugherty Boand 9–1 Won Rose
    1957 Duffy Daugherty Dunkel 8–1
    1965 Duffy Daugherty Coaches' Poll, Football Writers Association, Helms, United Press 10–1 Lost Rose
    1966 Duffy Daugherty Helms, National Football Foundation, College Football Researchers Association 9–0–1 +
    National Championships 6

    + until 1971-72 season Big Ten schools were forbidden from participating in the Rose Bowl in 2 consecutive years.

    [edit] Big Ten Conference championships1953, 1965, 1966, 1978, 1987, 1990, and 2010
    [edit] Big Ten Conference Championship GamesDate W/L Opponent PF PA
    December 3, 2011* L Wisconsin 39 42

    Inaugural Big Ten Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
    [edit] Bowl gamesDate Bowl W/L Opponent PF PA
    January 1, 1938 Orange L Auburn 0 6
    January 1, 1954 Rose W UCLA 28 20
    January 2, 1956 Rose W UCLA 17 14
    January 1, 1966 Rose L UCLA 12 14
    December 22, 1984 Cherry L Army 6 10
    December 31, 1985 Hall of Fame Classic L Georgia Tech 14 17
    January 1, 1988 Rose W USC 20 17
    January 1, 1989 Gator L Georgia 27 34
    December 25, 1989 Aloha W Hawaii 33 13
    December 31, 1990 John Hancock W USC 17 16
    December 28, 1993 Liberty L Louisville 7 18
    December 29, 1995 Independence L LSU 26 45
    December 31, 1996 Sun L Stanford 0 38
    December 25, 1997 Aloha L Washington 23 51
    January 1, 2000 Citrus W Florida 37 34
    December 31, 2001 Silicon Valley Classic W Fresno State 44 35
    December 29, 2003 Alamo L Nebraska 3 17
    December 28, 2007 Champs Sports L Boston College 21 24
    January 1, 2009 Capital One L Georgia 12 24
    January 2, 2010 Alamo L Texas Tech 31 41
    January 1, 2011 Capital One[20] L Alabama 7 49
    January 2, 2012 Outback W Georgia 33 30
    Total 22 Bowl Games 8-14 411 528

    [21]

    [edit] Rivalry Trophy gamesMegaphone Trophy vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
    The Megaphone Trophy is awarded each year to the winner of the football game between the University of Notre Dame and Michigan State University. The rivalry includes games such as the Game of the Century, arguably the greatest college football game ever played. The Megaphone Trophy series record is 31–26–1 in favor of Notre Dame. Notre Dame currently holds the trophy after a 31-13 win in South Bend in 2011.
    Old Brass Spittoon vs. Indiana Hoosiers
    The Old Brass Spittoon is presented to the winner of the Indiana-Michigan State football game which was first presented in 1950. Michigan State currently leads the all-time trophy series 40–12–1. Though Indiana and MSU will be in opposite divisions in the Big Ten conference starting with the 2011 season, this rivalry game is to be scheduled every year. The Spartans currently hold the Old Brass Spittoon after beating Indiana 55-3 in 2011.
    Paul Bunyan Trophy vs. Michigan Wolverines
    The Paul Bunyan-Governor of Michigan Trophy is a college rivalry trophy awarded to the winner of the annual American football game between the Michigan State University Spartans and the University of Michigan Wolverines. The winner retains possession of the trophy until the next year's game. Michigan State currently trails the trophy series, which dates back to 1904 67–31–5. Michigan State has won the Paul Bunyan Trophy the last four years, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.[22][23][24]
    Land Grant Trophy vs. Penn State Nittany Lions
    The Land Grant Trophy is named so because both Penn State University and Michigan State University are the nation's oldest land-grant universities, both founded in 1855 (Michigan State on February 12 and Penn State on February 22). When Penn State joined the Big Ten Conference in 1993, the Nittany Lions and Spartans have played each other for the trophy in the last week of conference play, this streak ended after the 2010 season. The trophy, designed by former Michigan State coach George Perles, features pictures of Penn State's Old Main and Michigan State's Beaumont Tower. Penn State leads the trophy series 13–5. MSU and PSU are now in opposite Big Ten conference divisions, and not scheduled to play each other from 2011 - 2014. [25] Michigan State is the current holder of the Land Grand Trophy after beating Penn State 28-22 in State College, PA; the victory ensured that the Spartans won a share of the 2010 Big Ten Championship [26]
    [edit] Historic games[edit] Game of the CenturyThe "Game of the Century" (1966 version)

    Notre Dame Fighting Irish Michigan State Spartans
    (8–0) (9–0)
    10 10
    Head coach:
    Ara Parseghian Head coach:
    Duffy Daugherty
    AP Coaches
    1 1
    AP Coaches
    2 2

    1 2 3 4 Total
    Notre Dame 0 7 0 3 10
    Michigan State 7 3 0 0 10

    Date November 19, 1966
    Stadium Spartan Stadium
    Location East Lansing, Michigan

    Main article: 1966 Notre Dame vs. Michigan State football game
    The 1966 Michigan State vs. Notre Dame football game ("The Game of the Century") remains one of the greatest, and most controversial, games in college football history.[27] The game was played in Michigan State's Spartan Stadium on November 19, 1966. Michigan State entered the contest 9–0 and ranked #2, while Notre Dame entered the contest 8–0 and ranked #1. Notre Dame elected not to try for the end zone on the final series, thus the game ended in a 10–10 tie with both schools recording national championships.[28][29]

    [edit] Awards[edit] PlayersMaxwell Award
    Brad Van Pelt[30] - 1972
    Fred Biletnikoff Award
    Charles Rogers[31] - 2002
    Dick Butkus Award
    Percy Snow - 1989
    Lombardi Award
    Percy Snow[32] - 1989 Outland Trophy
    Ed Bagdon - 1949
    Chicago Tribune Silver Football
    Eric Allen - 1971
    Larry Bethea - 1977
    Lorenzo White - 1987

    [edit] CoachPaul "Bear" Bryant Award
    Duffy Daugherty - 1965
    [edit] College Football Hall of FamersCharlie Bachman
    Don Coleman
    Duffy Daugherty
    Biggie Munn
    John Pingel
    Bubba Smith
    Brad Van Pelt
    Gene Washington
    Frank Waters
    George Webster[33]
    [edit] Pro Football Hall of FamersHerb Adderley
    Joe DeLamielleure
    [edit] Canadian Football Hall of FameAbe Eliowitz
    [edit] Michigan State's All-Time TeamChosen in 2001 by Athlon Sports [34]

    Offense
    WR Gene Washington 1964–66
    WR Andre Rison 1985–88
    TE Billy Joe DuPree 1970–72
    E Robert Carey 1949–51
    OL Sid Wagner 1933–35
    OL Don Coleman 1949–51
    OL Dan Currie 1955–57
    OL Ed Budde 1960–62
    OL Tony Mandarich 1985–88
    OL Flozell Adams 1994–97
    QB Earl Morrall 1953–55
    QB Steve Juday 1963–65
    RB John Pingel 1936–38
    RB Sonny Grandelius 1948–50
    RB Lorenzo White 1984–87
    K Morten Andersen 1978–81

    Defense
    DL Blake Miller 1912–15
    DL Ed Bagdon 1946–49
    DL Bubba Smith 1964–66
    DL Larry Bethea 1974–77
    LB Dan Bass 1976–79
    LB Carl Banks 1980–83
    LB Percy Snow 1986–89
    LB Julian Peterson 1998–99
    DB Lynn Chandnois 1946–49
    DB George Saimes 1960–62
    DB George Webster 1964–66
    DB Brad Van Pelt 1970–72
    P Greg Montgomery 1985–87

    [edit] Notable players[edit] Current NFL playersFlozell Adams
    Matthias Askew
    Chris Baker
    Ervin Baldwin
    Ulish Booker
    Plaxico Burress
    Jehuu Caulcrick
    Kyle Cook
    T. J. Duckett
    Kellen Davis
    Mark Dell
    Clifford Dukes
    Brandon Fields
    Renaldo Hill
    Brian Hoyer
    Greg Jones
    Lemar Marshall
    Derrick Mason
    Brandon McKinney
    Chris Morris
    Muhsin Muhammad
    Ogemdi Nwagbuo
    Domata Peko
    Julian Peterson
    Dave Rayner
    Javon Ringer
    Cliffton Ryan
    Jonal Saint-Dic
    Josh Shaw
    Eric Smith
    Robaire Smith
    Drew Stanton
    Brett Swenson
    Devin Thomas
    James Law
    Kevin Vickerson
    Blair White
    William Whitticker[35]
    D.J. Young

    [edit] Other famous playersFred Arbanas
    Carl Banks
    Tony Banks
    Ed Budde
    James Caan
    Don Coleman
    Billy Joe Dupree
    Paul Edinger
    Wayne Fontes
    Steve Garvey
    Peter Gent
    Kirk Gibson
    Sedrick Irvin
    Mark Ingram
    Tony Mandarich
    Jim Miller
    Earl Morrall
    Ike Reese
    Andre Rison
    Paul Rochester
    Charles Rogers
    George Saimes
    Daryl Turner
    Bill Simpson
    Bubba Smith
    Jeff Smoker
    Ben Townsend
    Gene Washington
    Doug Weaver
    Lorenzo White
    Tyrone Willingham
    [edit] Future schedules[edit] 2012Main article: 2012 Michigan State Spartans football team
    Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result
    August 31 Boise State* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    September 8 at Central Michigan* Kelly/Shorts Stadium • Mount Pleasant, MI
    September 15 Notre Dame* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI (Megaphone Trophy)
    September 22 Eastern Michigan* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    September 29 Ohio State Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    October 6 at Indiana Memorial Stadium • Bloomington, IN (Old Brass Spittoon)
    October 13 Iowa Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    October 20 at Michigan Michigan Stadium • Ann Arbor, MI (Paul Bunyan Trophy)
    October 27 at Wisconsin Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI
    November 3 Nebraska Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    November 17 Northwestern Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    November 24 at Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium • Minneapolis, MN
    *Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP / Coaches Polls released prior to game.. All times are in Eastern Time.

    [edit] 2013Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result
    August 31 Western Michigan* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    September 7 South Florida* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    September 14 Youngstown State* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    September 21 at Notre Dame* Notre Dame Stadium • South Bend, IN (Megaphone Trophy)
    October 5 at Iowa Kinnick Stadium • Iowa City, IA
    October 12 Indiana Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI (Old Brass Spittoon)
    October 19 Purdue Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    October 26 at Illinois Memorial Stadium • Champaign, IL
    November 2 Michigan Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI (Paul Bunyan Trophy)
    November 16 at Nebraska Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, NE
    November 23 at Northwestern Ryan Field • Evanston, IL
    November 30 Minnesota Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    *Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP / Coaches Polls released prior to game.. All times are in Eastern Time.

    [edit] 2014Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result
    August 30 Jacksonville State* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    September 6 TBA
    September 13 at West Virginia* Milan Puskar Stadium • Morgantown, WV
    September 20 Eastern Michigan* Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    October 4 Illinois Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    October 11 at Michigan Michigan Stadium • Ann Arbor, MI (Paul Bunyan Trophy)
    October 25 at Indiana Memorial Stadium • Bloomington, IN (Old Brass Spittoon)
    November 1 Northwestern Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    November 8 at Purdue Ross–Ade Stadium • West Lafayette, IN
    November 15 Nebraska Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    November 22 Iowa Spartan Stadium • East Lansing, MI
    November 29 at Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium • Minneapolis, MN
    *Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP / Coaches Polls released prior to game.. All times are in Eastern Time.

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  • First of all, you race baited the thread out of malice and hatred directed towards an imaginary enemy that doesn't exist any longer. That's your personality fault, not mine. I merely responded to your foolish remarks that were laden with venomous anger. So, please don't attempt to portray yourself as being unfairly pounced upon by a misdirected Klanner or some such nonsense. The hate in your heart is your own, not mine.

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    UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ALL-TIME FOOTBALL RECORDS
    (UPDATED THROUGH 2001 SEASON)
    RUSHING
    RUSHING ATTEMPTS (Game)
    45, Roger Mason vs. Temple, 1972
    34, Hugh Dougherty vs. W&M, 1980
    31, Chuck Hall vs. WCU, 1968
    31, Daryl Brown vs. UConn, 1992
    30, Dan Reeder vs. JMU, 1983
    30, Daryl Brown vs. Richmond, 1991
    30, Nate Beasley vs. Lehigh, 1975
    29, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    28, Bob Dougherty vs. UConn, 1981
    27, Bo Dennis vs. Lehigh, 1979
    27, Daryl Brown vs. W&M, 1993
    27, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    27, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1994
    RUSHING ATTEMPTS (Season)
    248, Nate Beasley, 1975
    246, Daryl Brown, 1993
    236, Nate Beasley, 1974
    232, Vern Roberts, 1974
    227, Daryl Brown, 1992
    218, Daryl Brown, 1994
    210, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    205, Chuck Hall, 1968
    203, Daryl Brantley, 1990
    200, Chuck Hall, 1969
    198, Hugh Dougherty, 1980
    198, Chuck Hall, 1970
    198, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    RUSHING ATTEMPTS (Career)
    784, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    721, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    604, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    535, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    513, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    486, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    459, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    451, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    449, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    434, Bill Armstrong, 1969-71
    432, Andre Thompson, 1995-98
    407, Dick Kelley, 1967-69
    RUSHING YARDS (Game)
    272, Daryl Brown vs. Northeast., 1994
    220, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    217, Dick Kelley vs. UMass, 1968
    217, Vern Roberts vs. Akron, 1973
    205, Vern Roberts vs. Lafayette, 1972
    203, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    191, Sam Brickley vs. Boston U., 1968
    189, John Bowman vs. UMass, 1959
    188, Daryl Brown vs. Montana, 1993
    188, Chuck Hall vs. Lehigh, 1968
    188, Bill Hopkins vs. Hofstra, 1964
    183, Anthony Toto vs. Temple, 1957
    183, Daryl Brown vs. UMass, 1992
    182, Roger Mason vs. Temple, 1972
    RUSHING YARDS, OPENING DAY
    217, Vern Roberts vs. Akron, 1973
    RUSHING YARDS (Consecutive
    Games)
    352, Tony Toto vs. Temple-Bucknell,
    1957
    350, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern-
    Lehigh, 1994
    348, Daryl Brown vs. UMass-
    Northeastern, 1994
    337, Nate Beasley vs. New Hampshire-
    Akron, 1975
    336, Bill Hopkins vs. Hofstra-
    Gettysburg, 1964
    334, Gardy Kahoe vs. Temple-Lehigh,
    1971
    RUSHING YARDS (Season)
    1,469, Daryl Brown, 1993
    1,397, Nate Beasley, 1974
    1,328, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    1,301, Daryl Brown, 1994
    1,299, Vern Roberts, 1974
    1,225, Daryl Brown, 1992
    1,111, Blair Caviness, 1973
    1,084, Chuck Hall, 1968
    1,077, Nate Beasley, 1975
    1,044, Bill Armstrong, 1971
    1,027, Daryl Brantley, 1990
    1,019, Hugh Dougherty, 1980
    1,019, Chuck Hall, 1968
    1,000, Chuck Hall, 1969
    RUSHING YARDS (Career)
    4,587, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    3,157, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    2,760, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    2,697, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    2,564, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    2,374, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    2,340, Bill Armstrong, 1969-71
    2,215, Norman Coleman, 1993-96
    2,105, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    2,067, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    2,066, Andre Thompson, 1995-98
    FEWEST ATTEMPTS TO 1,000
    CAREER RUSHING YARDS
    121, Norman Coleman, 1993-94
    YARDS PER GAME (Season)
    143.0, Tony Toto, 1957
    120.7, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    118.3, Daryl Brown, 1994
    113.0, Daryl Brown, 1993
    109.2, Jack Turner, 1958
    104.9, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    104.7, Mike Brown, 1963
    102.7, Daryl Brantley, 1989
    99.8, Nate Beasley, 1974
    98.5, Chuck Hall, 1970
    YARDS PER GAME (Career)
    95.7, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    93.5, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    76.6, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    74.3, Jack Turner, 1957-59
    72.9, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    71.9, GardyKahoe, 1969-71
    70.9, Bill Armstrong, 1969-71
    67.0, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    62.6, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    62.1, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    60.3, Jimmy Zaiser, 1953-55
    60.3, Tony Tolbert, 1984-85
    100-YARD GAMES (Season)
    8, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    8, Nate Beasley, 1974
    7, Daryl Brown, 1994
    7, Daryl Brown, 1993
    6, Mike Brown, 1963
    6, Chuck Hall, 1968
    6, Chuck Hall, 1970
    6, Daryl Brown, 1993
    5. Daryl Brantley, 1989
    5, Hugh Dougherty, 1980
    5, Nate Beasley, 1975
    5, Vern Roberts, 1974
    5, Blair Caviness, 1973
    5, Glenn Covin, 1971
    5, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    5, Jack Turner, 1958
    100-YARD GAMES (Career)
    22, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    16, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    13, Nate Beasley, 1974-76
    12, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    11, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    8, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    7, Bill Armstrong, 1969-70
    7, Jack Turner, 1957-59
    6, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    6, Daryl Brantley, 1988-90
    6, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING
    GAMES
    6, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    5, Daryl Brantley, 1989
    4, Daryl Brown, 1993-94
    4, Nate Beasley, 1974
    4, Blair Caviness, 1973
    4, Gardy Kahoe, 1970
    4, Mike Brown, 1963
    4. Tony Toto, 1957
    200-YARD RUSHING GAMES
    272, Daryl Brown vs. Northeast., 1994
    220, Gerald “Doc” Doherty vs.
    Gettysburg, 1946
    217, Vern Roberts vs. Akron, 1973
    217, Dick Kelley vs. UMass, 1968
    205, Vern Roberts, Lafayette, 1972
    203, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING (Game)
    4, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    4, Pat Williams vs. Lehigh, 1993
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Boston U., 1992
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Villanova, 1991
    4, Vern Roberts vs. UNLV, 1974
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Lehigh, 1971
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Bucknell, 1971
    4, Mariano Stalloni vs. Bradley, 1949
    3, Numerous times, last was Craig
    Cummings vs. Citadel, 1999
    TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING
    (Season)
    24, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    19, Vern Roberts, 1974
    17, Chuck Hall, 1970
    17, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    16, Rich Gannon, 1986
    13, Daryl Brown, 1993
    13, Daryl Brown, 1994
    13, Rick Scully, 1982
    12, Bill Armstrong, 1971
    12, Glenn Covin, 1971
    12, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING (Career)
    47, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    38, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    37, Vern Roberts, 1968-70
    35, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    33, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    31, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    29, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    26, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    25, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    22, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    22, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    22, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    22, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    20, Jimmy Zaiser, 1053-55
    20, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    20, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS
    98, Buck Thompson vs. Washington
    (Md.), 1946
    97, Pat Williams vs. W. Chester, 1995
    94, Jim Zaiser vs. Muhlenburg, 1953
    87, Walt Paul vs. W. Maryland, 1942
    84, Dick Kelley vs. Morgan St., 1970
    83, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    82, Norman Coleman vs. Lehigh, 1994
    81, Tom Fannon vs. PMC, 1952
    80, Charley Knight vs. Haverford, 1931
    80, Frank Mayer vs. St. Joe's, 1935
    79, Jimmy Zaiser (43) lateral to Jimmy
    Flynn (36) vs. Lafayette, 1954
    79, Norman Coleman vs. Maine, 1993
    78, Tim Healy vs. W&M, 1988
    78, Tony Toto vs. Rutgers, 1957
    77, Clinton Ware vs. Lafayette, 1962
    76, Glenn Covin vs. Boston U., 1971
    76, John Key vs. W. Chester, 1995
    75, Lanue Johnson vs. Lehigh, 1993
    75, Paul Hart vs. Drexel, 1946
    75, Bob Moneymaker vs. Lehigh, 1956
    74, Rick Scully vs. Bucknell, 1982
    74, Rick Merklinger vs. UMass, 1983
    74, Jimmy Zaiser vs. Lehigh, 1953
    74, Paul Hart vs. Drexel, 1946
    73, Mike Brown vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    73, Ivory Sully vs. N. Dakota, 1976
    71, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    71, Jimmy Flynn vs. New Hamp., 1954
    70, Lanue Johnson vs. Montana, 1993
    70, Boo White vs. PMC, 1931
    69, Bill Armstrong vs. Lehigh, 1971
    69, James O’Neal vs. R. Island, 1999
    68, Mike Brown vs. Gettysburg, 1962
    68, Bill Hopkins vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    66, Chuck Hall vs. Bucknell, 1968
    65, Sam Brickley vs. Boston U., 1968
    65, Blair Caviness vs. W. Chester,
    1973
    64, Lou Mariani vs. Maine, 1979
    63, Mike Brown vs. Lafayette, 1963
    63, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    62, Nate Beasley vs. Maine, 1974
    62, Daryl Brown vs. Maine, 1991
    62, Butter Pressey vs. R.Island, 2001
    AVERAGE PER CARRY (Game)
    Minimum 5 carries
    36.6, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    (6-220)
    18.8, Norman Coleman vs. West
    Chester, 1994 (5-90)
    17.5, Derrick Downs vs. West Chester
    (6-105)
    17.0, Andre Thompson vs. Maine, 1995
    (5-85)
    16.7, Pat Williams vs. West Chester,
    1995 (8-134)
    16.1, Jim Zaiser vs. Muhlenburg, 1953,
    (8-129)
    AVG. PER CARRY (Season)
    Minimum 30 carries
    12.2, Bill Cole, 1946 (39-476)
    11.9, Doc Doherty, 1946 (47-561)
    9.4, Derrick Downs, 1999 (34-318)
    8.7, Norman Coleman, 1994
    8.5. Tony Toto, 1957
    7.7, Gardy Kahoe, 1970
    7.6, Norman Coleman, 1993
    7.5, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    6.8, Jimmy Flynn, 1968
    6.8, Sam Brickley, 1968
    6.8, Norman Coleman, 1975
    6.8, Derrick Downs, 1998
    6.5, Rick Titus, 1981
    6.5, Bill Armstrong, 1970
    6.4, Daryl Brown, 1991
    6.4, Lanue Johnson, 1993
    AVERAGE PER CARRY (Career)
    Minimum 100 carries
    7,.41, Derrick Downs, 1997- (128-948)
    7.10, Bill Cole, 1946-48 (156-1120)
    6.73, Norman Coleman, 1993-96
    6.67, Sam Brickley, 1967-69
    6.66, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    6.41, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    6.39, Tony Toto, 1955-57
    6.21, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    6.09, John Merklinger, 1982-83
    5.85, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    5.83, Glen Covin, 1971-72
    5.82, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    5.81, Blair Caviness, 1971-73
    5.71, Jimmy Flynn, 1951-54
    5.70, Bill Hopkins, 1962-64
    5.61, Ivory Sully, 1976-78
    PASSING
    PASSES COMPLETED (Game)
    25, Matt Nagy vs. Maine, 1998
    24, Dale Fry vs. J. Madison, 1993
    23, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    23, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    23, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    23, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    22, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    22, Dave Sierer vs. W&M, 1988
    21, B.J. Webster vs. Bucknell, 1983
    20, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1989
    20, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1991
    20, Rich Gannon vs. Temple, 1984
    19, Bill Vergantino vs. JMU, 1991
    19, Rich Gannon vs. W&M, 1984
    19, B.J. Webster vs. Lehigh, 1983
    19, B.J. Webster vs. Temple, 1983
    19, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1990
    19, Matt Nagy vs. UNH, 1998
    PASSES COMPLETED (Season)
    201, Rich Gannon, 1986
    199, Matt Nagy, 2000
    188, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    182, Matt Nagy, 1998
    158, Dave Sierer, 1988
    135, Dave Sierer, 1987
    135. B.J. Webster, 1983
    134, Rich Gannon, 1985
    134, Scott Brunner, 1979
    133, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    127, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    126, Rich Gannon, 1984
    PASSES COMPLETED (Career)
    502, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    462, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    444, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    359, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    296, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    278, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    243, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    228, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    220, Don Miller, 1951-54
    208, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    194, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    194, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS
    12, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1991
    12, Bill Vergantino vs. Towson
    State-Samford, 1992
    12, Matt Nagy vs. West Chester-New
    Hampshire, 1998
    MOST YARDS PER COMPLETION
    (Game)
    31.6, Sam Postlethwait vs. New
    Hampshire, 10/6/2001 (8-253)
    24.2, Matt Nagy vs. Connecticut,
    11/7/98 (23-556)
    PASSES ATTEMPTED (Game)
    45, B.J. Webster vs. Bucknell, 1983
    42, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    42, Matt Nagy vs. Maine, 1998
    41, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    40, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    40, B.J. Webster vs. Lehigh, 1983
    39, Jeff Komlo vs. Villanova, 1977
    39, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    38, Rich Gannon, W. Chester, 1986
    38, Bill Vergantino, UNH, 1989
    38, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    38, Matt Nagy vs. Ga. Southern, 2000
    37, Dave Sierer vs. UConn, 1987
    36, Dale Fry vs. J. Madison, 1993
    35, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1999
    34, Jeff Komlo vs. Citadel, 1977
    34, Rich Gannon vs. Holy Cross, 1985
    34, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1968
    34, Dave Sierer vs. Furman, 1988
    34, B.J. Webster vs. Temple, 1983
    34, Leo Hamlett vs. R. Island, 1996
    PASSES ATTEMPTED (Season)
    379, Matt Nagy, 2000
    361, Rich Gannon, 1986
    322, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    302, B.J. Webster, 1983
    298, Matt Nagy, 1998
    288, Dave Sierer, 1988
    280, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    268, Scott Brunner, 1979
    264, Dave Sierer, 1987
    263, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    253, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    246, Rick Scully, 1982
    PASSES ATTEMPTED (Career)
    895, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    859, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    845, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    686, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    593, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    555, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    530, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    487, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    439, Don Miller, 1951-54
    425, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    392, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    PASSES INTERCEPTED (Game)
    4, Scott Brunner vs. Villanova, 1979
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1990
    4, Rich Gannon vs. Lehigh, 1984
    4, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    3, Numerous times, last was Mike
    Connor vs. Wm. & Mary, 2001
    PASSES INTERCEPTED
    (Season)
    24, B.J. Webster, 1983
    20, Dave Sierer, 1988
    17, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    16, Scott Brunner, 1979
    16, Jeff Komlo, 1976
    15, Bill Zwaan, 1974
    15, Matt Nagy, 2000
    14, Dave Sierer, 1987
    14, Rick Scully, 1982
    14, Jeff Komlo, 1977
    14, LeoHamlett, 1996
    PASSES INTERCEPTED (Career)
    46, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    43, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    35, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    34, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    34, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    32, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    28, B.J. Webster, 1982-84
    27, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    27, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    25, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    24, Don Miller, 1951-54
    CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT
    AN INTERCEPTION
    150, Rich Gannon, 1986
    101, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    100, Brian Ginn, 1999
    87, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    83, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    83, Brian Ginn, 1997
    76, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    LOWEST PASS INTERCEPTIONS
    (Season)
    100 Attempts
    2, Don Miller, 1954 (103 attempts)
    2, Dale Fry, 1993 (122)
    4, Brian Ginn, 1997 (192)
    6, Sam Neff, 1971 (131)
    6, Don Miller, 1953 (114)
    6, John Davies, 1981 (107)
    7, Tom Van Grofski, 1965 (167)
    LOWEST PASS INTERCEPTIONS
    (Career)
    300 Attempts
    7, Brian Ginn, 1996-99 (363)
    16, Tom Van Grofski, 1963-65 (360)
    18, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69 (465)
    22, Matt Nagy, 1997- (516)
    25, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67 (425)
    27, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75 (392)
    27, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96 (593)
    YARDS PASSING (Half)
    358, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998 (1st
    Half)
    YARDS PASSING (Game)
    556, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    456, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    369, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    354, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    349, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    349, Matt Nagy vs. Hofstra, 2000
    347, Tom DiMuzio vs. Villanova, 1969
    344, Matt Nagy vs. Northeastern, 1998
    327, Dale Fry vs. JMU, 1993
    324, Rich Gannon vs. W. Chester,
    1986
    317, Keith Langan vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    317, Matt Nagy vs. UNH, 2000
    311, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1990
    309, BrianGinn vs. Villanova, 1999
    307, B.J. Webster vs. Lehigh, 1983
    301, Leo Hamlett vs. URI, 1996
    298, Tom DiMuzio vs. Boston U., 1969
    298, Dave Sierer vs. Maine, 1987
    296, Scott Brunner vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979
    295,Matt Nagy vs. Maine, 1998
    YARDS PASSING (Season)
    3,436, Matt Nagy, 2000
    2,916, Matt Nagy, 1998
    2,795, Rich Gannon, 1986
    2,677, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    2,401, Scott Brunner, 1979
    2,179, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    2,086, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    2,075, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    2,030, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    1,924, B.J. Webster, 1983
    1,885, Dave Sierer, 1988
    1,767, Dave Sierer, 1987
    YARDS PASSING (Career)
    8,214, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    6,487, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    5,927, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    5,256, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    4,993, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    3,964, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    3,757, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    3,692, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    3,108, Don Miller, 1951-54
    2,964, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    2,839, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    2,737, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    2,573, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    YARDS PASSING PER GAME
    (Season)
    265.1, Matt Nagy, 1998
    245.4, Matt Nagy, 2000
    215.0, Rich Gannon, 1986
    198.0. Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    191.2, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    176.7, Dave Sierer, 1987
    174.9, B.J. Webster, 1983
    172.9,Leo Hamlett, 1996
    171.5, Scott Brunner, 1979
    166.1, Frank Linzenbold, 1967
    160.5,Leo Hamlett, 1995
    YARDS PASSING PER GAME
    (Career)
    182.5, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    169.3, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    154.1, Matt Nagy, 1997-
    147.7, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    146.0, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    135.1, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    128.6, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    119.0, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    118.8, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    110.9, Tom Van Grofski
    107.3, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    MOST YARDS PASSING
    (Consecutive Games)
    851, Matt Nagy vs. Maine-UConn, 1998
    784, Matt Nagy vs. UConn-Richmond,
    1998
    719, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova-Portland
    State, 2000
    693, Matt Nagy vs. Northeastern-
    William & Mary, 1998
    667, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh-Boston
    U., 1969
    588, Matt Nagy vs. New Hampshire-
    Northeastern, 1998
    581, Scott Brunner vs. Youngstown
    State-Colgate, 1979
    579, Rich Gannon vs. Lehigh-Maine,
    1986
    568, Matt Nagy vs. Massachusetts-
    Villanova, 2000
    563, Matt Nagy vs. The Citadel-Hofstra,
    2000
    560, Matt Nagy vs. William & Mary-
    Youngstown State, 1998
    527, Rich Gannon vs. W&M-Lehigh,
    1986
    513, Jeff Komlo vs. Winston-Salem-
    Eastern Illinois, 1978
    200-YARD GAMES (Season)
    9, Matt Nagy, 1998
    9, Matt Nagy, 2000
    8, Rich Gannon, 1986
    6, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    5, Scott Brunner, 1979
    4, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    4, Frank Linzenbold, 1967
    4, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    3, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    3, Dave Sierer, 1987
    3, Rich Gannon, 1984
    3, B.J. Webster, 1983
    3, Jeff Komlo, 1977
    3, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    3, Matt Nagy, 1999
    200-YARD GAMES (Career)
    22, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    12, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    9, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    8, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    8, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    5, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    5, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    5, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    4, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    4, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    3, B.J. Webster, 1982-84
    2, Dale Fry, 1992-93
    2, Keith Langan, 1992-95
    CONSECUTIVE 200-YARD GAMES
    9, Matt Nagy, 1998
    4, Matt Nagy, 2000
    3, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    3, Jeff Komlo, 1977
    3, Rich Gannon, 1986
    3, Matt Nagy, 2000
    2, done 11 times, 2 times each by
    Rich Gannon in 1986, Jeff Komlo in
    1978, and Scott Brunner in 1979- last
    accomplished by Matt Nagy in 1999
    300-YARD PASSING GAMES
    6, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    2, Rich Gannon, 1986
    2, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    1, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    1, B.J. Webster, 1983
    1, Dale Fry, 1993
    1, Keith Langan, 1994
    1, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    1, Brian Ginn, 1999
    TOUCHDOWN PASSES (Game)
    5, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    5, Scott Brunner vs. C.W. Post, 1979
    4, Keith Langan vs. W. Chester, 1994
    4, Don Miller vs. Bucknell, 1953
    4, Bob Hooper vs. Temple, 1955
    4, Tom Van Grofski vs. Rutgers, 1964
    4, Tom Van Grofski vs. Lehigh, 1965
    4, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    3, Numerous times, last was Sam
    Postlethwait vs. UNH, 2001
    TOUCHDOWN PASSES
    (Season)
    29, Matt Nagy, 2000
    24, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    24, Scott Brunner, 1979
    20, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    20, Matt Nagy, 1998
    19, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    18, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    16, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    16, Rich Gannon, 1986
    16, Rick Scully, 1982
    15, Dave Sierer, 1987
    14, B.J. Webster, 1983
    14, Brian Ginn, 1997
    TOUCHDOWN PASSES (Career)
    58, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    47, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    42, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    41, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    38, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    37, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    36, Don Miller, 1951-54
    35, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    28, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    26, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    23, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    23, Scotty Reihm, 1971-73
    22, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH
    TOUCHDOWN PASS
    14, Matt Nagy, 2000
    12, Jeff Komlo, 1977-78
    12, Bill Zwaan, 1973-74
    11, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    11, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    10, Matt Nagy, 1998
    10, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    9, Rick Scully, 1982
    8, Dave Sierer, 1988
    8, Rich Gannon, 1986
    8, Rick Scully, 1980-81
    8, Scott Brunner, 1978
    8, Scotty Reihm, 1972-73
    BEST PASSING PCT. (Game)
    1.000, Bill Vergantino vs. Towson, 1992
    (11-11)
    .823, Leo Hamlett vs. Maine, 1995 (14-
    17)
    .821, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998 (23-
    28)
    .818, Bill Vergantino vs. Wm. &
    Mary, 1991 (9-11)
    .800, Larry Catuzzi vs. Lehigh, 1956 (8-
    10)
    .791, Bill Vergantino vs. James
    Madison, 1991 (19-24)
    .789, Rich Gannon vs. Navy, 1985 (15-
    19)
    .786, Tom Van Grofski vs. Boston U.,
    1965 (11-15)
    .782, Rich Gannon vs. Massachusetts,
    1986 (18-23)
    .768, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1991
    (20-26)
    .765, Dale Fry vs. West Chester, 1993
    (13-17)
    BEST PASSING PCT. (Season)
    .691, Jim Breyer, 1958 (39-63)
    .650, Matt Nagy, 1997
    .611, Matt Nagy, 1998
    .597, Scotty Reihm, 1972
    .586, Sam Neff, 1971
    .583, Don Miller, 1954
    .566, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    .565, Bill Vergantino, 1991
    .557, Dal Fry, 1993
    .557, Rich Gannon, 1986
    BEST PASSING PCT. (Career)
    .561, Matt Nagy, 1997-00 (502-895)
    .547, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    .535, Scotty Reihm, 1971-73
    .534, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    .533, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    .525, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    .520, Dale Fry, 1990-93
    .518, Sam Neff, 1970-71
    .517, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    .507, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    *PASSING RATING (Game)
    305.9, Bill Vergantino vs. Towson, 1992
    301.2, Keith Langan vs. Richmond,
    1993
    300.1, Leo Hamlett vs. Maine, 1995
    285.7, Sam Postlethwait vs. New
    Hampshire, 2001
    284.3, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    262.7, Dale Fry vs. W. Chester, 1993
    *PASSING RATING (Season)
    160.8, Dale Fry, 1993
    157.4, Matt Nagy, 1998
    156.0, Matt Nagy, 1997
    152.0, Keith Langan, 1994
    148.4, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    147.0, Brian Ginn, 1997
    146.0, Matt Nagy, 2000
    144.2, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    143.7, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    *PASSING RATING (Career)
    146.74, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    145.71, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    142.64, Dale Fry, 1990-93
    135.27, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    131.88, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    129.96, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    125.70, Don Miller, 1951-54
    123.47, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    121.95, Don Miller, 1951-54
    121.35, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    119.64, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    *Based on NCAAFormula
    LONGEST COMPLETED PASS
    88, Matt Nagy to Eddie Conti vs.
    Northeastern, 1998
    87, Tom DiMuzio to Pat Walker
    vs. Villanova, 1969
    85, Brian Ginn to Courtney Batts vs.
    UMass, 1997
    83, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Richmond, 2000
    83, Sam Postlethwait to Brett Veach vs.
    New Hampshire, 2001
    82, Bill Zwann to Bill Cubit
    vs. Youngstown, 1974
    82, Brian Ginn to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Villanova, 1999
    80, Leo Hamlett to Eddie Conti
    vs. Lehigh, 1996
    79, Chuck Zolak to Tom Harrison
    vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    79, Jim Colbert to Pete Johnson
    vs. Gettysburg, 1969
    77, Scotty Reihm to Vern Roberts
    vs. Gettysburg, 1972
    76, Scotty Reihm to Bill Cubit
    vs. Lehigh, 1973
    76, Rich Gannon to Bob Norris
    vs. Lehigh, 1986
    76, Matt Nagy to Eddie Conti vs.
    UConn, 1998
    76, Walt Paul to Paul Hart
    vs. Western Maryland, 1942
    75, Sam Neff to Jim Colbert vs.
    Bucknell, 1971
    75, Jeff Komlo to Craig Carroll vs.
    Colgate, 1977
    75, Scott Brunner to Jay Hooks vs.
    Youngstown State #2, 1979
    74, Rick Scully to Cliff Clement vs.
    WesternKentucky, 1981
    73, Don Miller to Tom Redfield vs.
    Lafayette, 154
    72, Bill Cubit to Albert Brown vs. Maine,
    1972
    72, Bill Shockley to Marvel McWilliams
    vs. Bradley, 1949
    72, Matt Nagy to Derrick Downs vs.
    Connecticut, 1998
    71, Rick Scheetz to Fred Singleton vs.
    Towson State, 1984
    71, Jeff Komlo to Lou Mariani vs.
    Rhode Island, 1978
    71, William Hogan to Walt Paul vs.
    Ursinus, 1941
    70, Bill Vergantino toLanue Johnson
    vs. UMass, 1992
    70, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Lehigh, 2000
    69, Leo Hamlett to Norman Coleman
    vs. Villanova, 1995
    68, Leo Hamlett to Courtney Batts vs.
    Rhode Island, 1996
    68, Matt Nagy to Butter Pressey vs.
    Hofstra, 2000
    67, Ted Kempski to Ollie Baker vs.
    Ohio University, 1961
    66, Tom DiMuzio to Ron Withelder vs.
    Boston U., 1968
    66, Bob Smith toLarry Rybicki vs. C.W.
    Post, 1971
    65, Rich Gannon to Bob Norris vs.
    Richmond, 1986
    65, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Villanova, 2000
    64, Gary Bierc to Paul Hammond vs.
    Princeton, 1981
    64, Bill Vergantino to Daryl Brown vs.
    UMass, 1992
    64, Leo Hamlett to Eddie Conti vs.
    Maine, 1996
    64, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Portland State, 2000
    PASS RECEIVING
    RECEPTIONS (Game)
    15, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998
    13, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    12, Brian Adam vs. Villanova, 1977
    11, Darrin Ferrell vs. Navy, 1990
    11, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1998
    11, Pete Ravettine vs. E. Illinois, 1978
    10, Courtney Batts vs. Lehigh, 1997
    10, Bill Cubit vs. Bucknell, 1973
    10, Mike Purzycki vs. Bucknell, 1967
    9, James Anderson vs. Richmond,
    1987
    9, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1996
    9, Pete Ravettine vs. Middle
    Tennessee, 1978
    9, Eddie Conti vs. Richmond, 1998
    9, Eddie Conti vs. UNH, 1998
    RECEPTIONS (Season)
    91, Eddie Conti, 1998
    60, Courtney Batts, 1997
    58, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    58, Brett Veach, 2000
    57, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    54, James Anderson, 1987
    50, Dan Cooper, 1992
    49, Jay Hooks, 1979
    49, Courtney Batts, 1995
    48, Brian Adam, 1977
    47, Eddie Conti, 1996
    47, Todd Lott, 1986
    47, Bill Cubit, 1974
    47, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    RECEPTIONS (Career)
    192, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    179, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    158, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    118, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    112, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    105, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    99, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    98, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    96, James Anderson, 1987-88
    94, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    78, John Yergey, 1987-89
    69, Paul Hammond, 1981-83
    69, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    63, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    61, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    61, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    59, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    59, Brian Adam, 1975-77
    59, Bill Cubit, 1973-74
    58, Pat Walker, 1968-70
    56, Wes Frith, 1962-64
    53, Jim Colbert, 1969-71
    52, Fred Singleton, 1984-86
    52, Andre Thompson, 1995-98
    51, Larry Wagner, 1974-76
    50, John Gilman, 1987-89
    50, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    RECEPTIONS PER GAME (Season)
    8.3, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4.9, James Anderson, 1987
    4.8, Brian Adam, 1977
    4.7, Mike Purzycki, 1966
    4.3, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    4.3, Courtney Batts, 1997
    4.3, Eddie Conti, 1996
    4.3, Todd Lott, 1986
    4.1, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    4.1, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    4.1, Brett Veach, 2000
    4.0, Ron Withelder, 1967
    4.0, Mike Purzycki, 1965
    4.0, Wes Frith, 1964
    RECEPTIONS PER GAME (Career)
    4.2, James Anderson, 1987-88
    3.9, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    3.6, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    3.6, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    3.4,Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    3.4, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    3.2, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    2.9, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    2.9, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    2.4, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    2.4, John Yergey, 1987-89
    2.4, Darrin Ferrell, 1988-90
    2.4, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES
    CATCHING A PASS
    38, Eddie Conti, 1996-98
    27, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    25, Jamin Elliott, 2000-01
    23, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    23, James Anderson, 1987-88*
    23,John Yergey, 1988-89
    22, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    *= Every game of career
    YARDS RECEIVING (Half)
    200, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998 (1st
    Half)
    YARDS RECEIVING (Game)
    354, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998
    234, Eddie Conti vs. Northeast., 1998
    208, Pete Ravettine vs. Middle
    Tennessee, 1978
    207, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    206, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    198, Darrin Ferrell vs. Navy, 1990
    196, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1996
    183, Courtney Batts vs. Northeastern,
    1995
    182, Jay Hooks vs. Youngstown, 1979
    182, Brian Adam vs. Villanova, 1977
    178, Courtney Batts vs. UMass, 1997
    164, Jamin Elliott vs. Villanova, 1999
    162, Jay Hooks vs. Colgate, 1979
    158, Dan Cooper vs. Richmond, 1992
    156, Pete Ravettine vs. E. Illinois, 1978
    154, Eddie Conti vs. Richmond, 1998
    153, Pat Walker vs. Lehigh, 1969
    150, Courtney Batts vs. URI, 1996
    147, Bill Cubit vs. Maine, 1974
    146, Jamin Elliott vs. Portland St., 2000
    143, James Anderson vs. UMass, 1987
    140, James Anderson vs. Richmond,
    1987
    YARDS RECEIVING (Season)
    1,712, Eddie Conti, 1998
    (NCAAI-AARecord)
    1,317, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    1,067, James Anderson, 1987
    1,048, Courtney Batts, 1997
    1,036, Jay Hooks, 1979
    1,026, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    957, Courtney Batts, 1995
    889, Eddie Conti, 1996
    850, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    826, Courtney Batts, 1996
    818, Eddie Conti, 1995
    815, Brett Veach, 2000
    797, Dan Cooper, 1992
    770, Dan Cooper, 1993
    749, BrianAdam, 1977
    YARDS RECEIVING (Career)
    3,737, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    3,522, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    3,068, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    1,880, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    1,772, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    1,749, James Anderson, 1987-88
    1,501, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    1,470, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    1,390, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    1,269, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    1,245, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    1,227, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    1,189, Paul Hammond, 1981-83
    1,051, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    1,040, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    1,025, John Yergey, 1987-89
    993, Wes Frith, 1962-64
    951, Pat Walker, 1968-70
    943, Brian Adam, 1975-77
    936, Darrin Ferrell, 1988-90
    YARDS RECEIVING PER GAME
    (Season)
    155.6, Eddie Conti, 1998
    97.0, James Anderson, 1987
    95.5, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    80.8, Eddie Conti, 1996
    77.3, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    74.9, Courtney Batts, 1997
    74.9, Brian Adam, 1976
    74.0, Jay Hooks, 1979
    73.6, Courtney Batts, 1995
    73.3, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    68.8, Courtney Batts, 1996
    YARDS RECEIVING PER GAME
    (Career)
    76.7, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    76.0, James Anderson, 1987-88
    70.4, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    66.7, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    52.5, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    52.0, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    51.5, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    50.8, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    46.8, Darrin Ferrell, 1988-90
    45.8, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    RECEIVING YARDS (Consecutive
    Games)
    508, Eddie Conti vs. Connecticut-
    Richmond, 1998
    476, Eddie Conti vs. Maine-Connecticut,
    1998
    441, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern-
    William & Mary, 1998
    373, Eddie Conti vs. New Hampshire-
    Northeastern, 1998
    366, Jamin Elliott vs. Villanova-Portland
    State, 2000
    326, Pete Ravettine vs. North Carolina
    A&T-Middle Tennessee, 1978
    100-YD. GAMES (Season)
    9, Eddie Conti, 1998
    7, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    6, James Anderson, 1987
    5, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    4, Jay Hooks, 1979
    3, Eddie Conti, 1995
    3, Courtney Batts, 1996
    3, Courtney Batts, 1997
    3, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    100-YD. GAMES (Career)
    13, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    11, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    9, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    8, James Anderson, 1987-88
    5, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    4, Jay Hooks, 1977-79
    CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RECEIVING
    GAMES
    5, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    3, James Anderson, 1987
    2, Todd Lott, 1986
    2, Bob Norris, 1986
    2, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    2, Eddie Conti, 1995
    CONSECUTIVE 200-YD. GAMES
    2, Eddie Conti, 1998
    AVERAGE PER CATCH (Game)
    Minimum 4 catches
    45.4, Jay Hooks vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979 (4 for 182 yards)
    34.3, Courtney Batts vs. West
    Chester, 1994 (6-206)
    34.2, Jay Hooks vs. Villanova, 1979,
    (4-137)
    33.4, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern,
    1998 (7-234)
    AVG. PER CATCH (Season)
    Minimum 10 catches
    27.2, Tom Harrison, 1963 (18-490)
    25.6, Courtney Batts, 1994
    25.1, Tom Redfield, 1954
    23.1, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    22.6, Keita Malloy, 1993
    22.2, Pete Johnson, 1971
    21.9, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    21.5, Bill Cubit, 1973
    21.5, Pat Walker, 1970
    21.4, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    21.1, Jay Hooks, 1979
    20.9, Eddie Conti, 1995
    20.6, Dick Kelley, 1968
    20.2, Jaime Young, 1979
    20.1, Jim Colbert, 1969
    AVERAGE PER CATCH (Career)
    Minimum 20 catches
    23.1, Pete Johnson, 1969-71
    21.5, Tom Harrison, 1961-63
    20.8, Jay Hooks, 1977-79
    20.5, Tom Redfield, 1952-54
    19.8, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    19.7, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    19.5, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    19.4, Jamin Elliott, 1998-01
    19.0, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    Note. TE Jason VanKerkhoven averaged
    24.7 on 16-395, 1996-99
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (Game)
    4, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester, 1994
    3, Mike Purzycki vs. Rutgers, 1964
    3, Paul Mueller vs. Lehigh, 1965
    3, Pete Johnson vs. UNH, 1971
    3, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1995
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (Season)
    12, Pat Walker, 1969
    11, James Anderson, 1987
    10, Eddie Conti, 1998
    9, Jay Hooks, 1979
    9, Ron Withelder, 1968
    9, Eddie Conti, 1995
    9, Eddie Conti, 1996
    8, Courtney Batts, 1994
    8, Pete Johnson, 1971
    8, Keita Malloy, 1993
    8, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    8, Brett Veach, 2000
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (Career)
    31, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    27, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    19, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    17, James Anderson, 1987-88
    15, Pat Walker, 1968-70
    15, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    14, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    13, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    12, Kevin Phelan, 1980-82
    12, Jay Hooks, 1979-80
    12, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    12, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION
    5, Bob Norris, 1986
    5, James Anderson, 1987
    4, Eddie Conti, 1996
    4, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4, Eddie Conti, 1998
    TOTAL OFFENSE
    MOST PLAYS (Game)
    64, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1989
    58, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    56, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    53, Rich Gannon vs. W. Chester, 1986
    53, Bill Vergantino vs. W. Chester,1992
    51, Bill Vergantino vs. W&M, 1990
    51, B.J. Webster vs. Bucknell, 1983
    49, Bill Vergantino vs. JMU, 1991
    49, Dale Fry vs. J. Madison, 1993
    49, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    48, Dave Sierer vs. UConn, 1987
    47, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    46, Rich Gannon vs. Holy Cross, 1985
    46, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    46, Leo Hamlett vs. Rh. Island, 1996
    46, Mike Connor vs. Villanova, 2001
    45, Roger Mason (FB) vs. Temple,
    1972
    45, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    MOST PLAYS (Season)
    551, Rich Gannon, 1986
    451, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    438, Dave Sierer, 1988
    434, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    425, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    422, Matt Nagy, 2000
    416, Rick Scully, 1982
    402, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    393, Rich Gannon, 1985
    392, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    391, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    MOST PLAYS (Career)
    1,580, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    1,330, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    1,044, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    1,019, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    911, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    909, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    803, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    801, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    619, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    604, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    565, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    558, Don Miller, 1951-54
    MOST YARDS (Half)
    358, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998 (1st
    Half)
    MOST YARDS (Game)
    537, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    437, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    395, Rich Gannon vs. W. Chester,
    1986
    378, Keith Langan vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    377, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    376, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    375, Dale Fry vs. W. Chester, 1993
    360, Bill Vergantino vs. JMU, 1991
    357, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    346, Leo Hamlett vs. Hofstra, 1994
    344, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1990
    338, Matt Nagy vs. Hofstra, 2000
    337, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    337, Tom DiMuzio vs. Villanova, 1969
    337, Dale Fry vs. JMU, 1993
    337, Leo Hamlett vs. Villanova, 1995
    330, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1989
    MOST YARDS (Season)
    3,332, Rich Gannon, 1986
    3,316, Matt Nagy, 2000
    2,842, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    2,808, Matt Nagy, 1998
    2,690, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    2,623, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    2,510, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    2,436, Scott Brunner, 1979
    2,228, Rick Scully, 1982
    2,219, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    2,172, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    2,084, Rich Gannon, 1984
    2,076, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    2,066, Bill Vergantino, 1991
    MOST YARDS (Career)
    9,051, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    7,943, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    7,436, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    6,313, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    5,421, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    4,958, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    4,587, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    4,738, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    3,877, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    3,286, Daryl Brown, 1990-93
    3,088, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    MOST YARDS PER GAME
    (Season)
    256.3, Rich Gannon, 1986
    255.3, Matt Nagy, 1998
    236.9, Matt Nagy, 2000
    228.2, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    218.6, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    201.7, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    192.1, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    189.5, Rich Gannon, 1994
    188.7, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    187.3, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    186.0, Dave Sierer, 1987
    MOST YARDS PER GAME (Career)
    212.4, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    188.6, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    176.5, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    155.1, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    150.6, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    150.3, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    133.0, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    122.8, Tom Van Grofski, 1963-65
    120.9, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    119.5, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    SCORING
    MOST POINTS (Game)
    27, Ed Thompson vs. Washington (Md.)
    College, 1935
    24, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    24, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    24, Pat Williams vs. Lehigh, 1993
    24, Bill Vergantino vs. Boston U., 1992
    24, Bill Vergantino vs. Villanova, 1991
    24, Vern Roberts vs. UNLV, 1974
    24, Gardy Kahoe vs. Lehigh, 1971
    24, Gardy Kahoe vs. Bucknell, 1971
    24, Mariano Stalloni vs. Bradley, 1949
    20, Glenn Covin vs. W. Chester, 1970
    20, Randy Holmes vs. Maine, 1987
    20, Pat Williams vs. Maine, 1995
    20, Craig Cummings vs. Hofstra, 2000
    MOST POINTS (Season)
    144, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    132, Vern Roberts, 1974
    110, Chuck Hall, 1970
    104, Craig Cummings, 2000
    102, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    102, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    100, Rich Gannon, 1986
    100, Scott Collins, 2000
    86, Daryl Brown, 1993
    86, Lou Mariani, 1979
    84, Bob Norris, 1996
    84, Paul Hart, 1942
    81, Sean Leach, 1995
    MOST POINTS (Career)
    308, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    268, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    268, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    263, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    228, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    220, Butter Pressey, 1998-2001
    218, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    217, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    210, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    206, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    191, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    186, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    160, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    156, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    156, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    154, Don O’Brien, 1987-89
    MOST TOUCHDOWNS (Game)
    4, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester, 1994
    4, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    4, Pat Williams vs. Lehigh, 1993
    4, Ed Thompson vs. Washington
    College, 1935
    4, Vern Roberts vs. UNLV, 1974
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Lehigh,1971
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Bucknell, 197
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Villanova, 1991
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Boston U., 1992
    4, Mariano Stalloni vs. Bradley, 1949
    MOST TOUCHDOWNS (Season)
    24, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    21, Vern Roberts, 1974
    18, Chuck Hall, 1970
    17, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    17, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    16, Rich Gannon, 1986
    16, Craig Cummings, 2000
    14, Lou Mariani, 1979
    14, Bob Norris, 1986
    14, Daryl Brown, 1993
    14, Butter Pressey, 2000
    13, Rick Scully, 1982
    13, Bill Armstrong, 1971
    13, Daryl Brown, 1994
    13, Craig Cummings, 1997
    TOUCHDOWNS (Career)
    50, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    44, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    42, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    38, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    37, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    36, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    35, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    35, Butter Pressey, 1998-2001
    34, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    26, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    25, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    25, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES SCORING
    TOUCHDOWN
    13, Vern Roberts, 1974
    12, Gardy Kahoe, 1970-71
    11, Lanue Johnson, 1991-92
    9, Glenn Covin, 1970-71
    9, Craig Cummings, 1997-98
    KICK SCORING
    MOST FIELD GOALS (Game)
    3, K. C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    3, Neil Roberts vs. W&M, 1986
    3, Don O'Brien vs. UMass, 1987
    3, Steve Leo vs. Navy, 1992
    3, Steve Leo vs. R. Island, 1993
    3, Sean Leach vs. Northeastern, 1995
    3, SeanLeach vs. Ga. Southern, 1997
    3, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    3, Scott Collins vs. Villanova, 2000
    MOST FIELD GOALS (Season)
    14, Scott Collins, 2000
    12, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    12, Sean Leach, 1995
    11, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    11, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    10, Sean Leach, 1997
    10, Mark Drozic, 1990
    10, Don O'Brien, 1988
    9, Neil Roberts, 1986
    9, K.C.Knobloch, 1980
    7, Don O’Brien, 1987
    7, Hank Kline, 1976
    7, Sean Leach, 1994
    MOST FIELD GOALS (Career)
    32, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    26, K. C. Knobloch, 1980-82
    23, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    21, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    16, Scott Collins, 2000-
    16, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    15, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    14, Hank Kline, 1974-76
    14, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    14, John Gasson, 1983-85
    12, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    11, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    9, John Osborn, 1962-63
    5, Jim Albertson, 1969
    5, Marc Samonisky, 1970
    FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (Game)
    4, K.C. Knobloch vs. Lehigh, 1982
    4, K.C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    4, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    4, Scott Collins vs. Georgia Southern,
    2000
    3, many times
    FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (Season)
    21, Scott Collins, 2000
    19, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    19, Don O'Brien, 1988
    17, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    15, Sean Leach, 1997
    15, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    14, Sean Leach, 1995
    14, Neil Roberts, 1987
    14, K. C. Knobloch, 1980
    13, K. C. Knobloch, 1982
    13, Hank Kline, 1976
    FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (Career)
    51, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    44, K. C. Knobloch, 1980-82
    42, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    40, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    29, Hank Kline, 1974-76
    28, Scott Collins, 2000-
    28, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    25, John Gasson, 1983-85
    25, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    24, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    22, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    18, John Osborn, 1962-63
    FIELD GOAL PCT. (Season)
    1.000, John Gasson, 1984 (6-6)
    .800, Sean Leach, 1995
    .733, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    .667, Sean Leach, 1997
    .667, Scott Collins, 2000
    .647, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    .643, K.C. Knobloch, 1980
    .643, Neil Roberts, 1987
    .631, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    .625, Mar Samonisky, 1970
    .625, Jim Albertson, 1969
    FIELD GOAL PCT. (Career)
    .681, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    .640, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    .627, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    .609, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    .590, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    .575, Don O’Brien, 1987-89
    .571, Scott Collins, 2000-
    .560, John Gasson, 1983-85
    .500, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    .500, John Osborn, 1962-63
    .500, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    LONGEST FIELD GOAL
    54, Steve Leo vs. Navy, 1992
    53, Steve Leo vs. Richmond,1991
    52, Don O'Brien vs. Navy, 1988
    50, SeanLeach vs. Northeastern,1995
    48, Hank Kline vs. Villanova, 1976
    48, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    47, Don O'Brien vs. UMass, 1987
    47, K.C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    47, Brandt Kennedy vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979
    47, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    46, Brandt Kennedy vs. Lehigh, 1978
    46, Scott Collins vs. Citadel, 2000
    45, K.C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    45, Sean Leach vs. Boston U., 1996
    43, John Osborn vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    43, K.C. Knobloch vs. Temple, 1980
    43, Hank Kline vs. W&M, 1976
    43, Jeff Lippincott vs. Gettysburg, 1966
    43, Sean Leach vs. Northeastern, 1995
    40, Frank Creamer vs. Springfield,
    1926 (won game)
    40, Garon Sizemore vs. Connecticut,
    1998
    40, Garon Sizemore vs. W&M, 1999
    38, Charles Gibson vs. Villanova, 1924
    40, Scott Collins vs. William & Mary,
    2001
    38, Charles Gibson vs. Villanova, 1924
    CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS
    7, John Gasson, 1983-84
    7, Sean Leach, 1995
    6, Don O'Brien, 1988
    5, Mark Drozic, 1990
    5, Scott Collins, 2000
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES KICKING A
    FIELD GOAL
    9, Don O'Brien, 1987-88
    6, Brandt Kennedy, 1978-79
    6, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    6, Scott Collins, 2000
    5, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    PAT BY KICKING (Game)
    10, Larry Washington vs. C.W. Post,
    1971
    8, Steve Leo vs. Lehigh, 1993
    8, Steve Leo vs. Samford, 1992
    7, Sean Leach vs. UMass, 1994
    7, K.C. Knobloch vs. Princeton, 1981
    7, Brandt Kennedy vs. Va. Union, 1979
    7, Al Samonisky vs. Baldwin-Wallace,
    1973
    7, Mark Drozic vs. UConn, 1991
    7, Steve Leo vs. Boston U., 1992
    7, Steve Leo vs. Montana, 1993
    7, Sean Leach vs. W. Chester, 1995
    7, Scott Collins vs. W. Chester, 2000
    7, Scott Collins vs. Portland St.,
    2000
    PAT BY KICKING (Season)
    62, Brandt Kennedy, 1979
    62, Scott Collins, 2000
    57, Steve Leo, 1993
    53, Steve Leo, 1992
    50, Sean Leach, 1997
    47, Mark Drozic, 1991
    46, Neil Roberts, 1986
    45, SeanLeach, 1995
    44, Larry Washington, 1971
    40, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    40, K. C. Knobloch, 1981
    40, Sean Leach, 1994
    40, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    PAT BY KICKING (Career)
    167, SeanLeach, 1994-97
    128, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    111, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    108, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    86, Scott Collins, 2000-
    85, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    78, Larry Washington, 1971-72
    73, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    70, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    69, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    66, Hank Kline, 1974-76
    58, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    PAT BY KICKING ATT. (Game)
    10, Larry Washington vs. C.W. Post,
    1971
    10, Scott Collins vs. W. Chester,
    2000
    9, Steve Leo vs. Lehigh, 1993
    8, K.C. Knobloch vs. Princeton, 1981
    8, Brandt Kennedy vs. Va. Union, 1979
    8, Steve Leo vs. Samford, 199
    8, Steve Leo vs. Maine, 1992
    7, numerous times
    PAT BY KICKING ATT. (Season)
    67, Scott Collins, 2000
    64, Brandt Kennedy, 1979
    61, Steve Leo, 1993
    61, Steve Leo, 1992
    56, Larry Washington, 1971
    52, Sean Leach, 1997
    51, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    49, Sean Leach, 1995
    47, Neil Roberts, 1986
    47, Mark Drozic, 1991
    45, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    44, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    43, K.C. Knobloch, 1982
    PAT BY KICKING ATT. (Career)
    180, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    141, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    122, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    118, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    94, Larry Washington, 1971-72
    92, Scott Collins, 2000-
    84, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    79, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    75, Hank Kline, 1972-74
    70, Mark Drozic, 1990
    65, Don O’Brien, 1986-88
    60, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    PAT KICKING PCT. (Season)
    1.000, Mark Drozic, 1991 (47-47)
    1.000, John Gasson, 1984 (26- 26)
    .978, Neil Roberts, 1986 (46-47)
    .969, Brandt Kennedy, 1979 (62-64)
    .967, K.C. Knobloch, 1980
    .964, Hank Kline, 1975
    .961, Sean Leach, 1997
    .960, Scott Collins, 2001
    .956, Hank Kline, 1974
    .950, Sean Leach, 1994
    PAT KICKING PCT. (Career)
    .985, Mark Drozic, 1990-91 (69-70)
    .967, Neil Roberts, 1985-86 (58-60)
    .935, Scott Collins, 2000-
    .928, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    .915, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    .910, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    .908, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    .893, John Gasson, 1983-85
    .886, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    .881, Al Samonisky, 1973
    .880, Hank Kline, 1972-74
    CONSECUTIVE PAT MADE
    50, Mark Drozic, 1990-1991
    45, Neil Roberts, 1986
    37, ScottCollins, 2000-01
    33, K.C. Knobloch, 1981-82
    33, Hank Kline, 1975-76
    31, John Gasson, 1983-85
    31, Sean Leach, 1995
    29, Sean Leach, 1994
    28, Sean Leach, 1997
    27, Steve Leo, 1992
    27, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    POINTS BY KICKING (Game)
    15, Neil Roberts vs. W&M, 1986
    15, Scott Collins vs. Villanova, 2000
    13, Don O'Brien vs. UMass, 1987
    13, Steve Leo vs. Navy, 1992
    13, SeanLeach vs. Northeastern, 1995
    12, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    11, Sean Leach vs. JMU, 1995
    11, Brandt Kennedy vs. Winston-
    Salem, 1978
    11, Sean Leach vs. Hofstra, 1994
    10, Sean Leach vs. Youngstown, 1995
    10, Brandt Kennedy vs. URI, 1979
    10, Brandt Kennedy, vs. Va. Union,
    1978
    10, Larry Washington vs. CW Post,
    1970
    10, Mark Drozic vs. Maine, 1991
    10, Steve Leo vs. Rhode Island, 1992
    10, Sean Leach vs. UMass, 1997
    10, Sean Leach vs. Ga. Southern,
    1997
    10, Garon Sizemore vs. W. Chester,
    1998
    10, Garon Sizemore vs. Wm. & Mary,
    1999
    POINTS BY KICKING (Season)
    104, Scott Collins, 2000
    81, Sean Leach, 1995
    80, Sean Leach, 1997
    80, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    80, Brandt Kennedy, 1979
    75, SteveLeo, 1993
    73, Neil Roberts, 1987
    73, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    73, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    69, Steve Leo, 1992
    62, Mark Drozic, 1991
    61, SeanLeach, 1994
    58, Don O’Brien, 1988
    POINTS BY KICKING (Career)
    263, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    191, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    186, K.C.Knobloch, 1979-82
    154, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    147, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    134, Scott Collins, 2000-
    114, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    103, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    100, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    92, John Gasson, 1983-85
    90, Larry Washington, 1971-72
    73, Garon Sizemore, 1998-89
    65, John Osborn, 1962-63
    47, Jim Albertson, 1969
    47, Marc Samonisky, 1970
    TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS
    (Season)
    5, Jack Turner, 1959
    TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS (career)
    8, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    PUNTING
    MOST PUNTS (Game)
    16, John Borresen vs. Bucknell, 1952
    11, Scott White, Wm. & Mary, 1997
    11, Chris Steiner vs. Northeastern,
    2001
    11, 4 other times
    MOST PUNTS (Season)
    77, Mike Anderson, 1983
    73, Scott White, 1996
    72, Rick Titus, 1982
    70, Scott White, 1997
    67, Rich Gannon, 1986
    66, Mike Anderson, 1985
    63, Al Brown, 1973
    63, Tim Healy, 1988
    63, Chris Steiner, 2000
    62, Mike Schoenwolf, 1978
    MOST PUNTS (Career)
    233, Scott White, 1994-97
    201, Mike Anderson, 1983-85
    183, Rick Titus, 1980-82
    162, Al Brown, 1972-74
    157, Gene Vadas, 1989-91
    135, Lee Emmons, 1967-69
    122, Chris Steiner, 1999-2001
    117, Mike Schonewolf, 1977-79
    108, Dave Raymond, 1976-77
    100, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    99, Ryan Bleiler, 1998-
    98, Brian Meyers, 1990-93
    94, Tim Healy, 1986-88
    MOST YARDS (Game)
    519, John Borresen vs. Bucknell,1952
    505, Chris Steiner vs. Northeast., 2001
    482, Scott White vs. W&M, 1997
    424, Gene Vadas vs. W&M, 1990
    424, Al Brown, vs. Grambling, 1973
    423, Scott White vs. Richmond, 1997
    MOST YARDS (Season)
    2,861, Scott White, 1997
    2,768, Mike Anderson, 1983
    2,714, Rick Titus, 1982
    2,670, Scott White, 1996
    2,558, Tim Healy, 1988
    2,528, Chris Steiner, 2000
    2,474, Gene Vadas, 1990
    2,459, Rich Gannon, 1986
    2,334, Chris Steiner, 2001
    2,301, Mike Anderson, 1985
    2,217, Brian Meyers, 1992
    2,179, Al Brown, 1973
    2,096, Rich Fugazzi, 1975
    MOST YARDS (Career)
    8,667, Scott White, 1994-97
    7,164, Mike Anderson, 1983-85
    6,844, Rick Titus, 1980-82
    6,143, Gene Vadas, 1989-91
    5,592, Al Brown, 1972-74
    4,983, Chris Steiner, 1999-2002
    4,824, Lee Emmons, 1967-69
    3,887, Mike Schonewolf, 1977-79
    3,839, Tim Healy, 1986-88
    3,806, Dave Raymond, 1976-77
    3,733, Ryan Bleiler, 1998-
    3,703, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    PUNTING AVERAGE (Game)
    53.6, Tim Healy vs. Lehigh, 1987 (7
    punts)
    49.3, Tim Healy vs. UMass, 1988
    49.0, Joe Coady vs. PMC, 1947
    47.5, Gene Vadas vs. UMass, 1991
    45.9, Chris Steiner vs. Northeastern,
    2001
    44.4, Chris Steiner vs. Villanova, 2001
    43.8, Scott White vs. W&M, 1997
    PUNTING AVERAGE (Season)
    42.8, Gene Vadas, 1991
    41.7, Chris Steiner, 2001
    41.3, Tim Healy, 1987
    40.9, Scott White, 1997
    40.6, Tim Healy, 1988
    40.3, Gene Vadas, 40.30
    40.1, Chris Steiner, 2000
    39.1, Rick Titus, 1981
    39.1, Tom Van Grofski, 1965
    38.2, Gardy Kahoe, 1972
    38.2, Scott White, 1994
    38.1, Ryan Bleiler, 1999
    37.7, Rick Titus, 1982
    37.6, Brian Meyers, 1992
    37.3, Ryan Bleiler, 1998
    37.1, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    PUNTING AVERAGE (Career)
    40.844, Chris Steiner, 1999-2001 (122-
    4,983)
    40.840, Tim Healy, 1986-88 (94-3,839)
    38.6, Gene Vadas, 1989-91
    37.7, Ryan Bleiler, 1998-
    37.4, Rick Titus, 1980-82
    37.2, Scott White, 1994-97
    37.0, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    36.5, Brian Meyers, 1990-93
    36.3, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    35.7, Lee Emmons, 1967-69
    35.7, Rich Fugazzi, 1973-75
    35.6, Mike Anderson, 1983-85
    35.2, Dave Raymond, 1976-77
    35.1, Arnie Rozenthal, 1961-63
    LONGEST PUNT
    82, Ed Thompson vs. Juniata, 1933
    82, Bill Laughlin vs. Bucknell, 1966
    82, Tim Healy vs. Boston U., 1987
    82, Scott White vs. Maine, 1996
    80, Walt Paul vs. Swarthmore, 1941
    77, Tim Healy vs. Boston U., 1987
    74, Mike Anderson vs. UMass, 1983
    72, Rick Titus vs. E. Kentucky, 1982
    69, TimHealy vs. Lehigh, 1987
    68, Rick Titus vs. Lehigh, 1981
    68, Gene Vadas vs. UMass, 1990
    67, Al Brown vs. Villanova, 1973
    67, Gene Vadas vs. UNH, 1991
    67, Brian Meyers vs. Villanova, 1992
    66, Mike Schoenwolf vs. Temple, 1979
    65, Charles Smith vs. Muhlenberg,
    1949
    64, Chris Steiner vs. Ga. Southern,
    2001
    PUNT RETURNS
    MOST PUNT RETURNS (Game)
    8, Ron James vs. W. Chester, 1983
    8, Herb Orensky vs. Citadel, 1977
    MOST PUNT RETURNS
    (Season)
    41, Kevin Phelan, 1982
    33, Joe Campbell, 1983
    33, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    31, Admiral Sydnor, 1988
    31, Herky Billings, 1973
    31, Johnny Bush, 1971
    28, Herky Billings, 1972
    28, Anthony Ventresca, 1992
    28, Eddie Conti, 1995
    27, Keita Malloy, 1993
    27, Steve Schwartz, 1975
    MOST PUNT RETURNS (Career)
    99, Kevin Phelan, 19879-82
    88, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    66, Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    62, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    51, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    50, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    50, Steve Schwartz, 1973-75
    42, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    39, Joe Campbell, 1983-85
    36, Admiral Sydnor, 1987-90
    PUNT RETURN YARDS (Game)
    110, Eddie Conti, UNH, 1997
    107, Eddie Conti vs. Northeast., 1998
    100, Eddie Conti vs. Youngstown, 1995
    87, Bob Norris vs. W&M, 1986
    84, Anthony Ventresca vs. Boston U.,
    1992
    83, Bruce Carlyle vs. Boston U., 1965
    82, Lou Mariani vs. Va. Union, 1979
    79, Keita Malloy vs. W. Chester, 1993
    PUNT RETURN YARDS (Season)
    310, John Bush, 1971
    283, Kevin Phelan, 1982
    257, Craig Cummings, 2000
    241, Keita Malloy, 1993
    232, Courtney Batts, 1997
    218, Eddie Conti, 1995
    201, Lou Mariani, 1979
    194, Bob Norris, 1984
    192, Admiral Sydnor, 1988
    180, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    PUNT RETURN YARDS (Career)
    814, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    601, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    488, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    482, Antony Ventresca,1989-92
    436, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    417, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    312, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    263, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    237, Owen Brand, 1981-82
    218, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    209, Admiral Sydnor, 1987-90
    PUNT RETURN AVG. (Season)
    16.8, Lou Mariani, 1979
    12.0, Eddie Conti, 1998
    10.7, Craig Cummings, 2000
    10.1, Brian Little, 1990
    9.9, Jack Turner, 1958
    9.5, Bob Norris, 1986
    9.4, John Bush, 1972
    9.3, Courtney Batts, 1997
    9.1, Clint Ware, 1962
    9.0, Anthony Ventresca, 1991
    8.9, Keita Malloy, 1993
    8.4, Anthony Ventresca, 1992
    8.2, Bob Norris, 1985
    8.1, Bob Norris, 1984
    8.1, Bruce Fad, 1971
    8.1, John Gilman, 1989
    PUNT RETURN AVG. (Career)
    11.3, Owen Brand, 1981-82
    10.5, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    10.4, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    10.4, Clint Ware, 1960-62
    10.4, Rick Cowen, 1976-78
    9.8, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    9.5, Karl Lorenz, 1960-62
    9.2, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    9.0, Jack Turner, 1957-59
    8.8, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    8.5, Bruce Fad, 1968-70
    8.2, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    7.3, Anthony Verntresca, 1989-92
    7.3, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    PUNT RETURN TD (Game)
    1, 23 times, last – Femi Ayi vs. New
    Hampshire, 2000 (block)
    PUNT RETURN TD (Season)
    2, Don Miller, 1954
    PUNT RETURN TD (Career)
    3, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    2, Don Miller, 1951-54
    LONGEST PUNT RETURN
    85, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern, 1998
    83, Bruce Carlyle vs. Boston U., 1965
    80, Bob Norris vs. W&M, 1986
    80, Tom Fannon vs. PMC, 1952
    80, Walt Paul vs. Swarthmore, 1941
    76, Billy Cole vs. Wash. & Lee, 1948
    75, Lou Mariani vs. Va. Union, 1979
    75, Jim Carbonetti vs. W. Chester,
    1951
    72, Don Miller vs. Lehigh, 1954
    70, Don Miller vs. Temple, 1954
    69, Rick Cowen vs, N. Dakota, 1976
    66, Eddie Conti vs. Youngstown, 1995
    62, Keita Malloy vs. W. Chester, 1993
    62, Joe Slobojan vs. Lehigh, 1961
    60, Jimmy Zaiser vs. UNH, 1955
    56, Lou Mariani vs. Colgate, 1978
    54, Billy Cole vs. PMC, 1947
    KICKOFF RETURNS
    KICKOFF RETURNS (Game)
    8, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra, 1994
    7, Bob Norris vs. Arkansas St.,1986
    6, Steve Schwartz vs. Central
    Michigan, 1974
    6, Brett Veach vs. Lehigh, 1999
    5, Numerous times, last was Brett
    Veach vs. New Hampshire, 2001
    KICKOFF RETURNS (Season)
    31, Bob Norris, 1986
    26, Brett Veach, 1999
    26, Keita Malloy, 1993
    24, Bob Norris, 1984
    24, Eddie Conti, 1998
    23, Brett Veach, 2000
    23, Brett Veach, 2001
    21, Steve Schwartz, 1974
    20, Sam Brickley, 1968
    18, Admiral Sydnor, 1988
    18, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    18, Anthony Ventresca, 1992
    KICKOFF RETURNS (Career)
    72, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    70, Brett Veach, 1998-01
    68, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    51, Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    49, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    46, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    40, Craig Carroll, 1975-77
    39, Sam Brickley, 1967-69
    38, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    38, Steve Schwartz, 1973-75
    37, John Cason, 1981-83
    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (Game)
    221, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra, 1994
    166, Eddie Conti vs. Villanova, 1997
    164, Brett Veach vs. UNH, 2001
    157, Brett Veach vs. W&M, 1999
    149, Bob Norris vs. Arkansas St., 1986
    146, Brett Veach vs. Villanova, 2000
    140, Brett Veach vs. Lehigh, 1999
    132, Dick Kelley vs. Boston U., 1970
    132, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (Season)
    698, Bob Norris, 1986
    555, Brett Veach, 2000
    529, Brett Veach, 1999
    502, Eddie Conti, 1998
    486, Bob Norris, 1984
    474, Brett Veach, 2001
    462, Sam Brickley, 1968
    459, Steve Schwartz, 1974
    444, Keita Malloy, 1993
    428, Eddie Conti, 1994
    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (Career)
    1,558 Brett Veach, 1998-01
    1,552, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    1,431, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    1,102, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    1,050, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    992, Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    979, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    795, Sam Brickley, 1967-69
    790, Steve Schwartz, 1973-75
    789, John Cason, 1981-83
    KICKOFF RETURN AVG. (Season)
    30.3, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    27.4, Johnny Bush, 1971
    25.5, Sam Brickley, 1968
    25.4, Randy Lanham, 1987
    25.0, Jim Lazarski, 1968
    24.1, Brett Veach, 2000
    23.8, Dick Kelley, 1970
    23.7, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    23.5, Gil Knight, 1988
    22.9, Shawn Kelley, 1987
    22.9, Pat Williams, 1994
    KICKOFF RETURN AVG. (Career)
    30.1, Bill Hopkins, 1963-64
    25.0, Denny Luker, 1956-58
    24.3, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    23.0, Dick Kelley, 1967-69
    22.5, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    22.2, Karl Lorenz, 1960-62
    22.2, Brett Veach, 1998-01
    21.5, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    21.3, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    21.3, John Cason, 1981-83
    21.3, Gil Knight, 1986-88
    KICKOFF RETURN TD (Game)
    1, 16 times, last Butter Pressey vs.
    Rhode Island, 1999
    KICKOFF RETURN TD (Season)
    2, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    KICKOFF RETURN TD (Career)
    2, Bill Hopkins, 1962-64
    LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
    99, Buck Thompson vs. Western
    Maryland, 1946
    97, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra,1994
    96, Brett Veach vs. Wm. & Mary, 1999
    95, Jimmy Zaiser vs. Muhlenburg, 1953
    95, Bill Hopkins vs. Lehigh, 1964
    95, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    94, Allen Kemske (14 yds.,) &
    Green (80 ) vs. Baltimore, 1933
    90, Billy Cole vs. Maryland, 1947
    90, Butter Pressey vs. Rhode Island,
    2000
    89, Bill Hopkins vs. Bucknell, 1964
    87, Anthony Ventresca vs. New
    Hampshire, 1991
    86, Stu Green vs. Lafayette, 1966
    74, Randy Lanham vs. UConn, 1987
    73, Pat Williams vs. Towson State,
    1992
    69, Brett Veach vs. Villanova, 2000
    66, Gil Knight vs. Rhode Island, 1988
    56, Admiral Sydnor vs. Maine, 1987
    56, Lou Mariani vs. Colgate, 1978
    56, Melvin Brooks vs. PMC, 1940
    55, Brett Veach vs. UNH, 2001
    54, Butter Pressey vs. New Hampshire,
    1999
    53, Larry Wagner vs. UNLV, 1974
    RETURNING PUNT AND KICKOFF
    FOR TD, SAME SEASON
    Anthony Ventresca, 1991
    Eddie Conti, 1998
    RETURNING PUT AND KICKOFF
    FOR TD, CAREER
    Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    Jimmy Zaiser, 1953-55
    Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    ALL-PURPOSE
    RUNNING
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (HALF)
    329, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern,
    1998 (1st Half)
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (Game)
    401, Eddie Conti vs. Northeast., 1998
    401, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998
    344, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    282, Bill Hopkins vs. Lehigh, 1964
    275, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra, 1994
    275, Lanue Johnson vs. Montana, 1993
    273, Bob Norris vs. W&M, 1986
    272, Daryl Brown vs. Northeast., 1994
    269, Daryl Brown vs. UMass, 1992
    266, Eddi Conti vs. Villanova, 1997
    262, Brett Veach vs. UNH, 2001
    248, Bob Norris vs. Arkansas St., 1986
    248, Craig Cummings vs. Hofstra, 2000
    246, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1996
    239, Brett Veach vs. Villanova, 2000
    227, Nate Beasley vs. Lehigh, 1975
    226, Dick Kelley vs. UMass, 1968
    224, Jimmy Zaiser vs. Muhlenberg,
    1953
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (Season)
    2,368, Eddie Conti, 1998
    2,267, Bob Norris, 1986
    1,647, Courtney Batts, 1997
    1,635, Lou Mariani, 1979
    1,553, Daryl Brown, 1993
    1,544, Nate Beasley, 1974
    1,523, Kevin Phelan, 1982
    1,520, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    1,476, Brett Veach, 2000
    1,445, Daryl Brown, 1992
    1,401, Craig Cummings, 2000
    1,399, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    1,380, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    1,371, Daryl Brown, 1994
    1,361, Vern Roberts, 1974
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (Career)
    6,096, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    4,870, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    4,831, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    4,356, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    4,033, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    3,728, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    3,725, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    3,637, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    3,382, Brett Veach, 1998-01
    3,329, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    3,282, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    3,281, Jamin Elliott, 1998-01
    3,225, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    3,185, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    3,143, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    3,142, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    3,035, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    ALL-PURPOSE HIGHEST GAIN PER
    PLAY (Career)
    17.1, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    INTERCEPTIONS
    MOST INTERCEPTIONS (Game)
    3, Warren McIntire vs. UMass, 1991
    3, Warren McIntire vs. Towson, 1992
    3, Bud Haggerty vs. Rutgers, 1931
    3, Ken Lucas vs. R. Island, 1986
    3, Dan Mulhern (LB) vs. Rhode
    Island, 1999
    3, George Schmitt vs. Morgan State,
    1980
    *3, K.C. Keeler (LB) vs. Jacksonville
    St., 1978
    3, Mike Randolph vs. Colgate, 1977
    3, Ken Bills vs. Buffalo, 1964
    2, by many players
    *= on three consecutive series
    MOST INTERCEPTIONS
    (Season)
    13, George Schmitt, 1982
    9, Ken Lucas, 1986
    9, Joe Purzycki, 1969
    9, Warren McIntire, 1991
    8, Bruce Fad, 1969
    7, Bob Pietuszka, 1976
    7, Ron Klein, 1970
    7, Dorrell Green, 1996
    7, DanMulhern (LB), 1999
    6, 12 times, last SidneyHaugabrook,
    2001
    MOST INTERCEPTIONS (Career)
    22, George Schmitt, 1980-82
    18, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    17, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    16, Ken Lucas, 1985-87
    15, Lou Reda, 1980-82
    15, Ron Klein, 1968-70
    14, Bill Maley, 1980-82
    13, Bernie Ebersole, 1972-74
    13, Joe Purzycki, 1967-69
    12, Phil Atwell, 1984-86
    11, Tyrone Jones, 1983-85
    11, Mike Harris, 1982-84
    11, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    11, Bruce Fad, 1968-70
    11, Bob Pietuszka, 1974-75
    11, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    INTERCEPTION YARDS (Game)
    106, Clint Ware (Lehigh), 1962
    100, Johnny Bush (Temple), 1975
    100, Paul Williams (Hofstra), 1995
    100, Ricardo Walker (Villanova), 2000
    INTERCEPTION YARDS (Season)
    208, Warren McIntire, 1991
    202, George Schmitt, 1982
    195, Jim O'Brien, 1971
    168, Kenny Bailey, 1995
    159, Dorrell Green, 1996
    154, Bruce Fad, 1969
    134, Kenny Bailey, 1993
    128, Kenny Lucas, 1986
    124, Bob Woods, 1979
    123, Johnny Bush, 1972
    INTERCEPTION YARDS (Career)
    408, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    296, George Schmitt, 1980-82
    269, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    254, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    245, Bruce Fad, 1968-70
    195, Jim O’Brien, 1970-72
    188, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    179, Bob Woods, 1977-79
    175, Lou Reda, 1980-82
    163, Ken Lucas, 1985-87
    162, Ricardo Walker, 1999-
    LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN
    100, Johnny Bush vs. Temple, 1972
    100, Paul Williams vs. Hofstra, 1995
    100, Ricardo Walker vs. Villanova,
    2000
    97, Mike Adams vs. W. Chester, 2000
    96, Ken Lucas vs. UMass, 1986
    95, John Haney vs. Drexel, 1930
    94, Kenny Bailey vs. Lehigh, 1993
    93, Dorrell Green vs. Northeast., 1996
    90, David Loveland vs. Swarthmore,
    1926
    82, Arthur Huston vs. Lebanon Valley,
    1911
    75, Kenny Bailey vs. Youngstown, 1995
    75, Denis Hulme vs. Marshall, 1996
    74, Guy Ramsey vs. Lehigh, 1979
    74, Dave Witmer vs. Bucknell, 1973
    73, Scott Acker vs. Boston U., 1991
    73, Dan Woods vs. W. Maryland, 1942
    70, Jack Coulter vs. Lakehurst Naval
    Air Station, 1942
    66, Fred Schademen vs. Villanova,
    1971
    65, Jack Istnick vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    65, Dick Coles vs. Dickinson, 1922
    65, Fred “Rebel” Sloan vs. Washington
    (Md.), 1941
    65, Brian Smith vs. JMU, 1996
    64, K.C. Keeler vs. Temple, 1980
    64, Warren McIntire vs. UMass, 1991
    61, Vince Hyland vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979
    60, Bill Nash vs. F&M, 1947
    58, Clint Ware vs. Lehigh, 1962
    INTERCEPTION TD (Game)
    1, 68 times by 41 players, last –
    Ricardo Walker vs. New Hampshire,
    2001 (off lateral)
    INTERCEPTION TD (Season)
    2, Warren McIntire, 1991
    2, Jim O'Brien, 1971
    2, Jack Istnick, 1963
    2, Jim Otten, 1946
    INTERCEPTION TD (Career)
    3, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    2, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    2, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    2, Jim O'Brien, 1970-72
    2, Jack Istnick, 1963-64
    2, Karl Lorenz, 1960-62
    2, Jim Otten, 1946-48
    2, Ricardo Walker, 1999-
    PASS BREAKUPS
    PASS BREAKUPS (Season)
    22, Kenny Lucas, 1986
    17, Chris McDonald, 1986
    14, Marc Sydnor, 1988
    13, Tyrone Jones, 1985
    13, Paul Williams, 1993
    PASS BREAKUPS (Career)
    37, Kenny Lucas, 1984-86
    31, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    29, Marc Sydnor, 1988-91
    29, Tim Jacobs, 1989-92
    27, Paul Williams, 1992-95
    25, Jamie Belle,1994-97
    24, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    22, Scott Acker, 1990-93
    21, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    20, Robin Callender, 1988-91
    20, Chris McDonald, 1985-87
    20, Tyrone Jones, 1983-85
    20, Mike Furline, 1997-2000
    TACKLES
    MOST TACKLES (Game)
    23, Darrell Booker vs. Temple, 1985
    23, Darrell Booker vs. W. Chester, 1987
    22, Bryan Bossard vs. Navy, 1988
    22, Ralph D’Angelovs. Navy, 1995
    20, Tony Hubbard vs. W&M, 1989
    20, Darrell Booker vs. Navy, 1985
    19, Ralph D’Angelo vs. Georgia
    Southern, 1997
    19, Sean Lenz vs. W&M, 1994
    19, Ralph D’Angelo vs. Lehigh, 1994
    19, Dan Mulhern vs. UNH, 2000
    18, Brian Smith vs. W. Chester, 1996
    18, Kenny Bailey vs. W&M, 1995
    17, Lamont Watson vs. W&M, 1998
    17, Brian McKenna vs. Richmond,
    1998
    17, Darrell Booker vs. Arkansas St.,
    1986
    17, Ralph D’Angelo vs. R. Island, 1994
    17, Brian Smith vs. Northeastern, 1996
    17, Brian McKenna vs. UMass, 1999
    17, Darrell Edmonds vs. Richmond,
    2000
    17, Dan Mulhern vs. Georgia
    Southern, 2000
    17, Darrell Edmonds vs. New
    Hampshire, 2001
    MOST TACKLES (Season)
    153, Darrell Booker, 1985
    145, Ralph D’Angelo, 1995
    144, Darrell Booker, 1986
    142, Ralph D’Angelo, 1997
    142, Dan Mulhern, 2000
    129, Brian Smith, 1996
    126, Ralph D’Angelo, 1994
    124, Dorrell Green, 1994 (DB)
    122, Bryan Bossard, 1988
    122, Mike Bandish, 1993
    121, Pat Mulhern, 1993
    121, Kenny Bailey, 1996
    118, Darrell Booker, 1984
    118, Brian McKenna, 1998
    115, Lamont Watson, 1998
    113, Todd Eller, 1990
    110, Greg Robertson, 1981
    109, Brian McKenna, 2000
    108, Greg Galeone, 1975
    108, Sam Miller, 1974 (DL)
    105, Gary Bello, 1975
    103, Geof Gardner, 1995
    101, Jerry Castafero, 1973
    101, Mike Bandish, 1992
    MOST TACKLES (Career)
    506, Darrell Booker, 1984-87
    433, Ralph D’Angelo, 1994-97
    414, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96 (SS)
    350, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    341, Brian McKenna, 1997-2000
    338, Pat Mulhern, 1991-94
    317, Geof Gardner, 1993-96
    317, Mike Bandish, 1990-93
    310, Mark Hondru, 1993-96 (DL)
    293, Darrell Edmonds, 1998-01
    290, Dan Mulhern, 1999-
    285, Sam Miller, 1973-75
    275, Greg Robertson, 1981-83
    261, Dale Koscielski, 1994-98
    248, Todd Eller, 1987-90
    247, Mike Furline, 1997-2000
    246, Tim Jacobs, 1989-92 (CB)
    234, BrianSmith, 1996-97
    232, Chuck Brice, 1983-85
    232, Bob Wolford, 1988-91
    231, Denis Hulme, 1994-97
    230, Mike McCall, 1986-89
    222, Joe Valentino, 1979-82
    221, Shawn Riley, 1981-83
    220, Scott Acker, 1990-93
    215, Dennis Johnson, 1970-72
    209, Vaughn Dickinson, 1983-85
    206, Josh Mastrangelo, 1992-96
    205, Mike Renna

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    Individual Offensive Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-20
    Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
    All-Purpose. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
    Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15
    Rushing Touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
    Longest Touchdown Runs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
    Rushing Yards By A Quarterback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
    100-Yard Rushers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-15
    Two 100-Yard Rushers In A Game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
    200-Yard Rushing Performances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
    Career 1,000-Yard Rushers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
    Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-18
    Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
    Completion Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
    Consecutive Completions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
    Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
    200-Yard Passing Performances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18
    Touchdown Passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Longest Scoring Passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Lowest Interception Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Consecutive Passes Without An Interception. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Winningest Quarterbacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
    Receiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-21
    Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
    Yards Per Catch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
    Touchdown Receptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
    100-Yard Receivers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21
    Two 100-Yard Receivers In A Game. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
    Career 100-Yard Receiving Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
    Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-22
    Total Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
    Total Touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
    Kicking Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Point-After Touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Longest Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Game-Winning Field Goals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Blocked Kicks Returned for Touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Defensive Extra Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
    Punting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
    Punt Returns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24
    Kickoff Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
    Interception Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
    Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
    Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-26
    Quarterback Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
    Quarterback Hurries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
    Fumbles Forced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
    Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
    Interceptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
    Passes Broken Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
    NCAA Statistical Champions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
    Seasons of Distinction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-31
    1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29
    2,000-Yard Passing Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31
    1,000-Yard Receiving Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
    Facts & Figures
    First Score of the Season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
    First Play of the Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
    Top 10 Matchups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
    Firsts & Milestones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
    Dominant Decades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
    Highest & Lowest Scoring Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
    Notable Comeback Victories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-38
    Year-By-Year Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-44
    Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
    Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
    Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
    Scoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
    Interceptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
    Punt Returns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
    Kickoff Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
    2011 Alabama Football Record Book
    Passes Broken Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
    Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
    Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
    Fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
    Year-By-Year Scores. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-57
    Alabama vs. Heisman Trophy Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
    Alabama vs. All Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
    Alabama vs. The Nation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
    Series Results vs. All Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-67
    Alabama At Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-71
    Game Highs vs. 2011 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-76
    Season Openers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
    Homecoming Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
    Losing Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
    Record By Decade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
    The Last Time Alabama Had A Record Of... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
    Winning Streaks & Unbeaten Streaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
    10-Win Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
    Winning & Unbeaten Streaks In SEC Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
    Undefeated & Winless Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
    Longest Losing Streaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
    Longest Winless Streaks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
    Longest Streaks Without Being Shut Out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
    Alabama Wins When...
    Scoring Fewer Than 10 Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
    Most Points Scored By Alabama In A Loss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
    Shutout Victories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
    Consecutive Home Wins & Losses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
    All-Time Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
    Head Coaching Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
    Starting Quarterback Debuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
    Alabama Quarterback Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
    Notable Running Back Debuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88
    Coach Paul W. “Bear” Bryant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
    History
    National Championship Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90-102
    SEC Statistical Champions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
    Alabama & The SEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
    Alabama In Final Rankings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
    Alabama vs. No. 1/As No. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
    Alabama as a Ranked Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106-110
    Alabama vs. Ranked Teams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111-113
    Alabama Coaches When Ranked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
    Televised Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114-117
    Captains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118-119
    Crimson Tide Uniforms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
    UA Yearly At Bryant-Denny Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
    Attendance Since 1954 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
    Largest Crowds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
    Alabama Football At Legion Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
    Alabama’s Legion Field Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
    All-Time Lettermen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126-140
    All-Time Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141-142
    All-Star Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
    Spring Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144-146
    A-Day Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
    Honors and the NFL
    First Team All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147-156
    All-America Honorees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
    All-Conference Honorees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157-158
    Other Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
    College Football Hall of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160-162
    Alabama In Heisman Trophy Voting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
    Alabama Sports Hall of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
    Academic Honorees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
    Alabama Players in the Super Bowl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
    Bowl History
    Bowl Bound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166-167
    Alabama Bowl Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168-180
    Alabama Team Bests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168-172
    Opponent Team Bests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173-177
    Alabama Individual Bests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177-179
    Opponent Individual Bests. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179-180
    Bowl Game Recaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188-238
    Bowl Games Statistical Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239
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    ALABAMA QUICK FACTS
    Location:..............................................Tuscaloosa, Alabama
    Enrollment:......................................................................30,232
    Founded: .......................................................... April 12, 1831
    Conference:.......................................Southeastern (West)
    Colors:.....................................................Crimson and White
    Nickname:..........................................................Crimson Tide
    President:..................................................Dr. Robert E. Witt
    Faculty Athletics Representative:...........Joe Hornsby
    First Year of Football: ...................................................1892
    Overall Football Record (Years): .......................................
    ...1,164 games, 802 Wins, 319 Losses, 43 Ties (116
    seasons)
    Southeastern Conference Record (Years):....................
    ......... 544 games, 351 Wins, 162 Losses, 20 Ties (78
    seasons)
    National Championships (13): .............................................
    ..1925, 1926, 1930, 1934, 1941, 1961, 1964, 1965,
    .............................................1973, 1978, 1979, 1992, 2009
    Southeastern Conference Championships (22):........
    1933, 1934, 1937, 1945, 1953, 1961, 1964, 1965,
    1966, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978,
    1979, 1981, 1989, 1992, 1999, 2009
    First Team All-Americans: ..... 98 players, 114 times
    First Team All-Conference: ... 210 players, 278 times
    Bowls: .......... 58 Bowls*, 32 Wins*, 22 Losses, 3 Ties
    2010 Overall Record:......................................................10-3
    2010 SEC Record: ................................................................5-3
    *NCAA Record
    2011 ALABAMA COACHING STAFF
    Nick Saban ....................................................................................................................... Head Coach
    (Kent State, 1973)
    Burton Burns...............................................................Associate Head Coach/Running Backs
    (Nebraska, 1976)
    Mike Groh ................................................................ Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator
    (Virginia, 1995)
    Jim McElwain ................................................................ Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
    (Eastern Washington, 1984)
    Jeremy Pruitt .....................................................................................................................Secondary
    (West Alabama, 2001)
    Chris Rumph ............................................................................................................. Defensive Line
    (South Carolina, 1994)
    Kirby Smart..................................................................... Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
    (Georgia, 1999)
    Jeff Stoutland ............................................................................................................. Offensive Line
    (Southern Connecticut State, 1984)
    Sal Sunseri ..........................................................................Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers
    (Pittsburgh, 1981)
    Bobby Williams ........................................................Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator
    (Purdue, 1982)
    2011 ALABAMA MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF
    Media Relations Phone: 348-6084
    Media Relations Fax:
    348-8841
    Associate Athletic Director for Media Relations:
    Doug Walker (Football Logistics)
    Office: 348-7245
    e-mail: dwalker@ia.ua.edu
    Football Media Relations Contact
    Associate A.D. for Football Communications:
    Jeff Purinton (Football)
    Office: 348-3631
    e-mail: jpurinton@ia.ua.edu
    Assistant Director of Media Relations:
    Josh Maxson (Player Interviews)
    Office: 348-7496
    e-mail: jmaxson@ia.ua.edu
    Associate Director of Media Relations:
    Ty Patton
    Office: 348-5041
    e-mail: tpatton@ia.ua.edu
    Associate Director of Media Relations:
    Roots Woodruff (Credentials)
    Office: 348-2088
    e-mail: rwoodruff@ia.ua.edu
    Assistant Director of Media Relations:
    Rich Davi
    Office: 348-3550
    e-mail: rdavi@ia.ua.edu
    Assistant Director of Media Relations:
    Jessica Pare
    Office: 348-3673
    e-mail: jpare@ia.ua.edu
    Assistant Director of Media Relations:
    Skip Powers (Player Interviews)
    Office: 348-6734
    e-mail: spowers@ia.ua.edu
    CREDITS
    The 2011 University of Alabama Football Record Book was produced by the staff of the UA Athletics
    Media Relations Office. The publication was written and edited by Doug Walker. Special research
    credits to Creg Stephenson and Tom Canterbury. Special thanks to the staff of the SEC office. Copyright
    2011 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama. “Roll Tide”, “Crimson Tide”, “Bama” and the
    primary and secondary logos are registered trademarks of The University of Alabama.
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    Alabama Football Media Policies
    GAMEDAY
    ENTRANCE
    The press area in the Bryant-Denny Stadium Press Box is located on the
    second level on the west side of the Stadium. The entrance to the press box is
    through the press elevator, located near Gate 14. The elevator will be in operation
    three hours prior to kickoff. Media Will Call is at ticket window 8 located at the
    northwest corner of the end zone complex adjacent to gate 3 of Bryant-Denny
    Stadium.
    RADIO/TELEVISION/COACHES
    Located on the main press level, there is a primary live television broadcast
    booth and a booth available for tape-delay telecasts. This level also accommo-
    dates booths for both home and visiting radio crews and Alabama and visiting
    coaches’ booths. Only those with appropriate passes will be admitted to these
    booths.
    CREDENTIALS
    Media credentials are available only to working members of the media who
    represent accredited outlets who are actively covering the event. All credential
    requests must be made through the Crimson Tide’s online credentialing system.
    For further information, contact Roots Woodruff at rwoodruff@ia.ua.edu or Josh
    Maxson at jmaxson@ia.ua.edu.
    PHOTO DECK
    This level, located in front of the main press box at Bryant-Denny Stadium, of-
    fers ample space for still photographers, network TV cameras and coaches’ ilm
    crews.
    SIDELINES
    Alabama follows NCAA and SEC rules regarding media representatives on the
    sidelines.
    • Credentials must be visible in order to gain access to the ield.
    • All photographers/videographers on the sideline must be there in a working
    capacity with equipment.
    • Photographers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard lines.
    • No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers, cutline writers, equip-
    ment carriers or radio station representatives, except for the two teams’ broad-
    cast originating networks.
    • Af iliate TV stations are not allowed the services of a grip and credentials will
    not be provided for them.
    • No one under 18 years of age will be issued a credential for sideline access.
    • Photographers or videographers are considered working members of the me-
    dia and they are to refrain from cheering or talking to players, coaches or of icials.
    • Photographers should contact Associate SID Roots Woodruff for further infor-
    mation at rwoodruff@ia.ua.edu.
    • Photographers may send photos from the Alabama Photo Room located in
    the southeast corner on the ield level of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Contact Roots
    Woodruff to reserve space.
    • Not conforming to any of the above listed guidelines will result in the immedi-
    ate dismissal from the stadium by Event Management staff.
    PRESS BOX SERVICES
    Complete individual and team statistics, running play-by-play, postgame
    coaches’ quotes and game facts will be distributed to members of the working
    media. There will be a limited number of printed notes packages available in the
    media relations work room in the hallway of the press box, but that number will
    not facilitate the number of media outlets covering the game. Alabama’s gameday
    notes and a lip card are located at each seat throughout the press box.
    Alabama’s game notes, opponent notes and conference notes will be provided
    in a PDF via e-mail on Thursday evening. A pregame meal will be served begin-
    ning 90 minutes before kickoff. Soft drinks will be available throughout the game.
    PARKING
    Media parking is located in lots nearby Bryant-Denny Stadium. Because of lim-
    ited space, requests for parking should be made with credential requests. It should
    not be assumed that parking passes will be provided with all media credentials.
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    WIRELESS/ETHERNET INTERNET
    Wireless internet is available in the Bryant-Denny Stadium Press Box. In addi-
    tion, a limited number of Ethernet lines are also available.
    PRO SCOUTS
    Despite severe space limitations, scouts of professional football teams are is-
    sued press credentials. Credentials should be requested two weeks prior to the
    date of the game to guarantee availability and should be requested online. For
    further details contact Roots Woodruff at rwoodruff@ia.ua.edu.
    SATELLITE TRUCKS
    Any outlet using a satellite truck must request satellite truck access and have
    a truck in place at least ive hours prior to kickoff (example: 2 p.m. for a 7 p.m.
    kickoff). Satellite trucks arriving less than ive hours prior to kickoff may be de-
    nied access to the stadium. Requests for parking area for satellite trucks must
    be made by noon Wednesday prior to Saturday games and must be con irmed
    through Doug Walker or Roots Woodruff. No other vehicles will be allowed to
    park with the satellite truck and all credentials for personnel must be included in
    the online request.
    INTERVIEW POLICIES
    HEAD COACH NICK SABAN
    All interview requests for head coach Nick Saban are coordinated through As-
    sociate A.D. for Football Communications Jeff Purinton at 205.348.3631 or jpu-
    rinton@ia.ua.edu. Coach Saban will meet with the media each Monday preceding
    a game at 11:45 a.m. (CT) in the Naylor Stone Media Room on the second loor of
    the Mal M. Moore Athletic Building. Coach Saban will participate in the SEC head
    coaches’ weekly teleconference with the other 11 league coaches each Wednes-
    day at 10:35 a.m. (CT). He will also meet with the media immediately following
    practice on Wednesday afternoon in the Naylor Stone Media Room. In addition,
    Coach Saban is available by request between noon and 1 p.m. on Tuesday through
    Thursday.
    PLAYERS
    All player interviews must be coordinated through the Alabama Media Rela-
    tions Of ice and must be requested at least one day in advance. Several players
    will be available each week following Coach Saban’s Monday press conference
    if their class schedule permits. Phone interviews should be requested through
    Assistant SID Josh Maxson (205.348.7496 or jmaxson@ia.ua.edu). In addition
    to Monday’s press luncheon, players are also available following Tuesday and
    Wednesday practices. Team locker rooms are off limits to media representatives
    at all times. Media members are not permitted to call players at any time or talk
    to players on Sunday, Thursdays or Fridays.
    POST GAME
    The University of Alabama observes and abides by Southeastern Conference
    policy regarding equal access to all members of the working media. Coach Saban
    will conduct his post-game news conference at home games approximately 10
    minutes after the game in the Media Room located on the second loor of the
    North End Zone complex. The news conference also can be heard in the press
    box. The Alabama locker room is closed. Requested players will be brought to the
    Media Room following Coach Saban’s post-game news conference. The opposing
    coach will conduct his post-game news conference in the South End Zone Media
    Room across the tunnel from the visiting team locker room.
    PRACTICE ACCESS
    Alabama football practices are open to the media on Monday through Wednes-
    day from the beginning of practice until team or group work begins. Media mem-
    bers should request to have their name placed on a practice pass list for admis-
    sion to practices.
    ALABAMA SATELLITE FEED/FTP HIGHLIGHTS
    Video highlights of Alabama football are available via FTP each Monday during
    the regular season. Contact Tom Roberts (troberts@crimsontide.com) for infor-
    mation.
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    SINGLE GAME TEAM RECORDS
    OFFENSE
    TOTAL OFFENSE
    Most Plays:...................................................................................102 vs. Miami, 1969
    ...................................................................................99 vs. Tennessee, 2003 (5 OTs)
    Most Yardage:..............................................................833 vs. Virginia Tech, 1973
    Highest Avg. Gain Per Play: ...................................11.9 vs. Virginia Tech, 1973
    Fewest Plays: ............................................................................. 38 vs. Georgia, 1955
    Fewest Yards: ................................................................................. 101 vs. LSU, 1958
    RUSHING
    Most Rushes:.................................................................................82 vs. Baylor, 1979
    Most Yardage:..............................................................748 vs. Virginia Tech, 1973
    Most Touchdowns Rushing: ..........................................10 vs. Delta State, 1951
    Highest Avg. Gain Per Rush:..................................11.9 vs. Virginia Tech, 1973
    Fewest Rushes: ......................................................................... 13 vs. Georgia, 1955
    Fewest Yards: .........................................................................6 vs. Penn State, 1990
    PASSING
    Most Attempts:...........................................................................55 vs. Auburn, 1969
    Most Completions: .............................................32 vs. Tennessee, 1969 & 1989
    Most Yards:...............................................................................484 vs. Auburn, 1969
    Most Touchdowns Passing:..........................7 vs. Southern Mississippi, 1950
    Most Without Interception: .................................................... 41 vs. Miami, 1969
    ..........................................................................................................41 vs. Auburn, 2010
    Fewest Attempts: .............................................................1 vs. Georgia Tech, 1953
    Fewest Completions: .........................0 vs. several (last vs. Mississippi, 1988)
    Least Yards: .........................................0 vs. several (last vs. Mississippi, 1988)
    Highest Percentage of Passes Completed:
    (Min. of 10 att.): ................................. 84.6 vs. Georgia Tech, 1947 (11 of 13)
    (Min. of 20 att.): .......................................... 80.0 vs. Arkansas 2006 (16 of 20)
    (Min. of 25 att.): ..................80.0 vs. Southern Mississippi 1950 (21 of 26)
    Most Interceptions Thrown: .............................................8 vs. Tennessee, 1970
    Most Interception Return Yards: ..................................133 by Tennessee, 1970
    SCORING
    Most Points: .........................................................................89 vs. Delta State, 1951
    First Half:............................................................................... 52 vs. Vanderbilt, 1990
    Most Touchdowns: ............................................................13 vs. Delta State, 1951
    Most PAT by Kicking: .............11 vs. Delta State, 1951; Virginia Tech, 1973
    Most Total PAT Points:..........11 vs. Delta State, 1951; Virginia Tech, 1973
    Most Field Goals: .......................................6 vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1990
    Most Rushing Touchdowns: ..........................................10 vs. Delta State, 1951
    Most Passing Touchdowns:..........................7 vs. Southern Mississippi, 1950
    PUNTS
    Most Punts:........................................................................... 19 vs. Tennessee, 1932
    Most Yards:.............................................................................. 914 vs. Tennessee, 1932
    Best Average Punt:
    (Min. of 5): .............................................................................53.1 vs. Auburn, 1960
    (Min. of 10): .......................................................46.6 vs. Mississippi State, 1958
    (Min. of 15): ....................................................................48.1 vs. Tennessee, 1932
    FUMBLES
    Total Number: ................................................12 vs. Southern Mississippi, 1952
    Number Lost: .....................................................7 vs. Southern Mississippi, 1952
    ....................................................................................................Mississippi State, 1981
    Total Both Teams:..................................................17 vs. Mississippi State, 1981
    TURNOVERS Interceptions & Fumbles Lost
    Number:....................................................................................9 vs. Tennessee, 1970
    PENALTIES
    Most Times Penalized: ........................................................... 16 vs. Georgia, 1995
    ........................................................................ 16 vs. Middle Tennessee State, 2002
    Most Yards Penalized: ....................................................133 vs. Vanderbilt, 1957
    DEFENSE
    RUSHING DEFENSE
    Fewest Plays:...................................................34 by Southern Mississippi, 1954
    Fewest Yards Allowed: ...................................................... -5 by Vanderbilt, 1945
    Most Plays: ...........................................................................90 by Mississippi, 1980
    Most Yards Allowed: ..................................................... 609 by Mississippi, 1969
    RUSHING DEFENSE
    Fewest Rushes:.......................................................................... 16 by Auburn, 1971
    Fewest Yards Allowed: ........................................................-49 by Houston, 1962
    Most Rushes: ......................................................70 by Southern California, 1970
    Most Yards Allowed: ....................................485 by Southern California, 1970
    PASSING DEFENSE
    Fewest Attempts: ...........................2 by Auburn, 1949, and Tennessee, 1960
    Fewest Completions: .................0 by Tulane, 1957, and Chattanooga, 1959
    Fewest Yards Allowed: ..............0 by Tulane, 1957, and Chattanooga, 1959
    Most Attempts: .................................................................... 62 by Vanderbilt, 1989
    Most Completions:........................................................................... 35 by LSU, 2001
    Most Yards Allowed: .................................................................... 528 by LSU, 2001
    Most Interceptions: .......................................................... 7 against Auburn, 1965
    Yards Interceptions Returned: .................................. 141 vs. Tennessee, 1954
    FIRST DOWNS
    Fewest Total: ......................................... 1 by Sewanee, 1937; Vanderbilt, 1945
    Fewest Rushing:.............................0 by several, most recent by Miami, 1969
    Fewest Passing: ..................... 0 by several, most recent by Tennessee, 1974
    Most Total: ..................................................................................... 32 by Miami, 1963
    Most Rushing: .......21 by Florida St., 1967, and Southern California, 1970
    Most Passing: ..................................................................................... 23 by LSU, 2001
    MOST FUMBLES
    Total Number:...................................................................... 9 by Washington, 1975
    Number Recovered: ................................ 8 against George Washington, 1937
    MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS
    Total Number:..............................................13 vs. Tennessee, 1975 (-82 yards)
    PUNT RETURNS
    Most Punt Returns:............................................................ 10 vs. Tennessee, 1946
    ......................................................................................................10 vs. Kentucky, 1946
    .......................................................................................10 vs. Mississippi State, 1967
    Most Punt Return Yards: ............................................................ 204 vs. LSU, 1947
    MOST BLOCKED KICKS
    Total Number:.....................3 vs. Southern Mississippi, 1994 (2 FGs, 1 PAT)
    KICKOFF RETURNS
    Most Kickoff Returns: ....................................... 9 vs. Southern California, 1970
    Most Kickoff Return Yards: ................................................259 vs. Auburn, 1969
    FIRST DOWNS
    Total: .........................................................................35 vs. Western Carolina, 2007
    By Rushing: ..............................................................28 vs. Mississippi State, 1986
    By Passing:...................................................................................20 vs. Auburn, 1969
    By Penalty: ....................................................... 6 vs. Tennessee, 2007; LSU, 2007
    Fewest Total: .................................................. 4 vs. Georgia, 1948; Tulane, 1949
    Fewest By Rushing: .............................. 1 vs. Georgia, 1955; Tennessee, 1962
    Fewest By Passing: ..............................0 vs. several, MR vs. Mississippi, 1988
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    SEASON TEAM RECORDS
    OFFENSE
    TOTAL OFFENSE
    Most Plays:......................................................................................................962 - 2007
    Most Yards Gained: ................................................................................. 5,773 - 2010
    Highest Average Gain Per Play: ............................................................... 7.0 - 2010
    Most Yards Gained Per Game:............................................................. 480.7 - 1973
    Touchdowns Rushing and Passing: ........................................................ 58 - 1945
    RUSHING
    Most Rushes:..................................................................................................763 - 1979
    Most Yards Gained: ................................................................................. 4,027 - 1973
    Most Yards Gained Per Game:............................................................. 366.1 - 1973
    Highest Average Per Rush: ......................................................................6.06 - 1973
    Most Touchdowns Rushing: ...................................................................... 46 - 1971
    PASSING
    Most Attempts:..............................................................................................472 - 2007
    Most Completions: .......................................................................................263 - 2007
    Most Yards Gained: ................................................................................. 3,395 - 2010
    Most Yards Gained Per Game:............................................................. 270.7 - 1969
    Most Touchdown Passes:............................................................................ 24 - 2007
    Highest Average Gain Per Attempt: .....................................................13.4 - 1973
    Most Interceptions Thrown: ...................................................................... 25 - 1970
    SCORING
    Most Points: ...................................................................................................477 - 1973
    Most Points Scored Per Game: ...............................................................43.0 - 1945
    Most Touchdowns Scored: ......................................................................... 61 - 1973
    Most PAT by Kicking: ................................................................................... 57 - 2010
    Most Field Goals: ............................................................................................ 30 - 2009
    INTERCEPTIONS
    Interceptions By: ........................................................................................... 25 - 1979
    Yards Returned: ...........................................................................................402 - 1991
    Average Per Return: ..................................................................................20.1 - 2091
    Touchdowns:...................................................................................................... 4 - 1995
    PUNTS
    Most Punts: ......................................................................................92 - 1941 & 1946
    Fewest Punts:.................................................................................................. 39 - 1973
    Highest Average:........................................................................ 44.1 - 1981 & 1985
    Yards: .....................................................................................................................3,497 - 1946
    PENALTIES
    Most Penalties: ..............................................................................................121 - 2002
    Most Yards Penalized: ............................................................................ 1,024 - 2002
    Fewest Penalties: ........................................................................................... 31 - 1949
    Fewest Yards Penalized: ...........................................................................263 - 1967
    Fewest Yards Penalized Per Game: ......................................................26.3 - 1967
    DEFENSE
    TOTAL DEFENSE
    Fewest Plays Allowed Per Game:.........................................................52.4 - 1961
    Fewest Yards Allowed: .............................................................................701 - 1938
    Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game: ........................................................77.9 - 1938
    Fewest Yards Allowed Per Play: ..............................................................1.2 - 1938
    Fewest Rushing & Passing TDs Allowed: ............................................... 3 - 1961
    Fewest First Downs Allowed: ...................................................................26 - 1938
    RUSHING DEFENSE
    Fewest Rushes Allowed Per Game:.....................................................32.1 - 1961
    Fewest Yards Allowed: .............................................................................305 - 1938
    Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game: ........................................................33.9 - 1938
    Fewest Yards Allowed Per Play: ...........................................................0.95 - 1938
    Fewest Touchdowns Allowed: ...........................................2 - 1933, 1961, 1979
    PASSING DEFENSE
    Fewest Attempts Allowed Per Game: ...................................................9.8 - 1938
    Fewest Completions Allowed Per Game: ............................................3.4 - 1938
    Fewest Yards Allowed: .............................................................................291 - 1938
    Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game: ........................................................32.7 - 1938
    Fewest Touchdowns Allowed: .................................................................... 0 - 1933
    SCORING DEFENSE
    Fewest Points Allowed: ..............................................................................15 - 1933
    Most Shutouts: ................................................6 - 1933, 1937, 1939, 1961,1966
    Fewest Touchdowns Allowed: .................................................................... 2 - 1933
    Fewest Average Points Allowed:..........................................................1.67 - 1933
    Most Blocked Kicks: ........................................9 - 1994 (5 punts, 3 PATs, 1 FG)
    BLOCKED KICKS
    Consecutive Games: ....................................................................................... 4 - 1991
    In A Season: .........................................................9 - 1994 (5 punts, 3 PATs, 1 FG)
    *Bowl stats have been included in records since 2003.
    PUNT RETURNS
    Returns:............................................................................................................. 95 - 1940
    Yards Returned: ...........................................................................................783 - 1946
    Average Per Return: ............................................................................... 17.86 - 1947
    KICKOFF RETURNS
    Most Returns:.................................................................................................. 48 - 2007
    Yards Returned: ....................................................................................... 1,014 - 2007
    Average Per Return: ............................................................................... 28.94 - 1962
    Fewest Returns: ............................................................................................. 13 - 1961
    FIRST DOWNS
    Total: ................................................................................................................296 - 2007
    Rushing: ..........................................................................................................213 - 1979
    Passing: ...........................................................................................................151 - 2010
    Average Per Game:.....................................................................................24.8 - 2007
    FUMBLES
    Fewest Fumbles: ............................................................................................... 9 - 1945
    Most Fumbles: ................................................................................................ 50 - 1981
    Fewest Lost:........................................................................................................ 1 - 1938
    Most Lost: .............................................................................................27 - 1952, 1981
    TURNOVERS INTERCEPTIONS & FUMBLES LOST
    Total: .....................................................................37 - 1970 (25 ints., 12 fumbles)
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    DEFENSE - SEASON
    FEWEST PLAYS PER GAME
    46.8 ..................................................... 1940
    47.0 ..................................................... 1946
    50.8 ..................................................... 1942
    51.4 ..................................................... 1947
    52.4 ..................................................... 1961
    53.4 ..................................................... 1960
    53.82 ................................................... 1950
    54.2 ..................................................... 1962
    54.4 ..................................................... 1966
    MOST PLAYS PER GAME
    71.18 ................................................... 1970
    70.09 ................................................... 1998
    69.45 ................................................... 1983
    69.22 ................................................... 2000
    69.07 ................................................... 2007
    69.0 ..................................................... 2003
    68.64 ................................................... 1997
    68.64 ................................................... 1982
    68.09 ................................................... 1990
    68.0 ..................................................... 1969
    FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED
    701 ...................................................... 1938
    989 ...................................................... 1945
    1,220 ................................................... 1940
    1,326 ................................................... 1961
    1,576 ................................................... 1960
    1,582 ................................................... 1962
    1,659 ................................................... 1942
    1,741 ................................................... 1967
    1,799 ................................................... 1959
    1,910 ................................................... 1964
    MOST YARDS ALLOWED
    4,683 ................................................... 2003
    4,491 ................................................... 2007
    4,059 ................................................... 1998
    4,008 ................................................... 1997
    3,972 ................................................... 2001
    3,956 ................................................... 1969
    3,948 ................................................... 1983
    3,870 ................................................... 2006
    3,723 ................................................... 2010
    3,707 ................................................... 2000
    FEWEST YARDS PER GAME
    77.88 ................................................... 1938
    109.89 ................................................ 1945
    122.0 ................................................... 1940
    132.6 ................................................... 1961
    157.6 ................................................... 1960
    158.2 ................................................... 1962
    165.9 ................................................... 1942
    174.1 ................................................... 1966
    179.9 ................................................... 1959
    180.09 ................................................ 1979
    MOST YARDS PER GAME
    364.36 ................................................ 1997
    369.0 ................................................... 1998
    361.09 ................................................ 2001
    360.21 ................................................ 2003
    359.64 ................................................ 1969
    358.91 ................................................ 1984
    345.46 ................................................ 2007
    337.0 ................................................... 2000
    326.64 ................................................ 1985
    326.09 ................................................ 1970
    6
    FEWEST YARDS PER PLAY FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME
    1.24 ..................................................... 1938 33.89 ................................................... 1945
    2.61 ..................................................... 1940 33.91 ................................................... 1938
    2.92 ..................................................... 1962 55.0 ..................................................... 1992
    2.95 ..................................................... 1960 55.0 ..................................................... 1961
    3.02 ..................................................... 1975 58.8 ..................................................... 1962
    3.2 ........................................................ 1966 66.8 ..................................................... 1940
    3.21 ..................................................... 1992 74.14 ................................................... 2008
    3.24 ..................................................... 1979 74.3 ..................................................... 1942
    3.26 ..................................................... 1958 74.5 ..................................................... 1999
    3.27 ..................................................... 1942 78.14 ................................................... 2009
    MOST YARDS PER PLAY FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PER PLAY
    5.35 ..................................................... 2001 0.95 ..................................................... 1938
    5.31 ..................................................... 1997 1.67 ..................................................... 1992
    5.29 ..................................................... 1983 1.71 ..................................................... 1961
    5.26 ..................................................... 1998 2.12 ..................................................... 1968
    5.23 ..................................................... 2006 2.15 ..................................................... 1940
    5.22 ..................................................... 2003 2.25 ..................................................... 1975
    5.00 ..................................................... 2007 2.26 ..................................................... 1942
    4.83 ..................................................... 2000 2.29 ..................................................... 1967
    4.75 ..................................................... 1999 2.36 ..................................................... 1960
    4.73 ..................................................... 1985 2.37 ..................................................... 1966
    FEWEST RUSHING & PASSING TDS FEWEST RUSHING TDS ALLOWED
    3 ............................................................ 1961 1 ............................................................ 1961
    4 ............................................................ 1972 2 ............................................................ 1979
    5 ............................................................ 1966 2 ............................................................ 1965
    7 ............................................................ 1979 2 ............................................................ 1961
    7 ............................................................ 1975 2 ............................................................ 1933
    7 ............................................................ 1960 3 ............................................................ 1965
    7 ............................................................ 1959 4 ............................................................ 1991
    8 ............................................................ 1965 4 ............................................................ 1971
    9 ............................................................ 1964 4 ............................................................ 1967
    9 ............................................................ 1974 4 ............................................................ 1964
    10 ......................................................... 1971 4 ............................................................ 1960
    10 ......................................................... 1945
    10 ......................................................... 1941
    MOST RUSHING & PASSING TDS
    37 ......................................................... 2003
    34 ......................................................... 2007
    30 ......................................................... 1969
    28 ......................................................... 2001
    28 ......................................................... 1998
    27 ......................................................... 2006
    26 ......................................................... 2000
    26 ......................................................... 1999
    26 ......................................................... 1997
    24 ......................................................... 1984
    24 ......................................................... 1983
    FEWEST RUSHES PER GAME
    28.21 ................................................... 2009
    30.0 ..................................................... 2002
    30.0 ..................................................... 1947
    30.08 ................................................... 2005
    31.07 ................................................... 2010
    31.46 ................................................... 2006
    32.1 ..................................................... 1962
    32.1 ..................................................... 1961
    32.18 ................................................... 1963
    32.67 ................................................... 1996
    FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED
    305 ...................................................... 1945
    305 ...................................................... 1938
    550 ...................................................... 1961
    588 ...................................................... 1962
    660 ...................................................... 1992
    668 ...................................................... 1940
    743 ...................................................... 1942
    797 ...................................................... 1966
    849 ...................................................... 1968
    891 ...................................................... 1960
    894 ...................................................... 1999
    MOST SHUTOUTS
    8 .................................. 1930, 1925, 1920
    7 ............................................... 1924, 1919
    6 ......................1966, 1961, 1937, 1933
    .........................1926, 1923, 1909, 1905
    5 ......................1979, 1960, 1954, 1942
    ..................................... 1938, 1936, 1934
    .........................1931, 1928, 1917, 1915
    .........................1914, 1913, 1907, 1904
    4 ......................1975, 1973, 1962, 1959
    .........................1944, 1940, 1939, 1935
    FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED
    1.67 ..................................................... 1933
    2.5 ........................................................ 1961
    3.2 ........................................................ 1966
    3.9 ........................................................ 1962
    5.2 ........................................................ 1959
    5.27 ..................................................... 1979
    5.5 ........................................................ 1960
    6.0 ........................................................ 1975
    6.4 ........................................................ 1941
    6.7 ........................................................ 1964
    FEWEST 1ST DOWNS ALLOWED
    26 ......................................................... 1938
    40 ......................................................... 1945
    65 ......................................................... 1940
    84 ......................................................... 1960
    85 ......................................................... 1942
    87 ......................................................... 1941
    88 ......................................................... 1947
    93 ......................................................... 1961
    99 ......................................................... 1966
    99 ......................................................... 1946
    FEWEST RUSHING 1ST DOWNS
    ALLOWED
    38 ......................................................... 1940
    39 ......................................................... 1962
    39 ......................................................... 1942
    43 ......................................................... 1961
    44 ......................................................... 1947
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    GoingLightBarny

    so, joey flacco is a liar?

    here... these are the stats up to 2001

    UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ALL-TIME FOOTBALL RECORDS
    (UPDATED THROUGH 2001 SEASON)
    RUSHING
    RUSHING ATTEMPTS (Game)
    45, Roger Mason vs. Temple, 1972
    34, Hugh Dougherty vs. W&M, 1980
    31, Chuck Hall vs. WCU, 1968
    31, Daryl Brown vs. UConn, 1992
    30, Dan Reeder vs. JMU, 1983
    30, Daryl Brown vs. Richmond, 1991
    30, Nate Beasley vs. Lehigh, 1975
    29, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    28, Bob Dougherty vs. UConn, 1981
    27, Bo Dennis vs. Lehigh, 1979
    27, Daryl Brown vs. W&M, 1993
    27, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    27, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1994
    RUSHING ATTEMPTS (Season)
    248, Nate Beasley, 1975
    246, Daryl Brown, 1993
    236, Nate Beasley, 1974
    232, Vern Roberts, 1974
    227, Daryl Brown, 1992
    218, Daryl Brown, 1994
    210, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    205, Chuck Hall, 1968
    203, Daryl Brantley, 1990
    200, Chuck Hall, 1969
    198, Hugh Dougherty, 1980
    198, Chuck Hall, 1970
    198, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    RUSHING ATTEMPTS (Career)
    784, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    721, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    604, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    535, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    513, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    486, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    459, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    451, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    449, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    434, Bill Armstrong, 1969-71
    432, Andre Thompson, 1995-98
    407, Dick Kelley, 1967-69
    RUSHING YARDS (Game)
    272, Daryl Brown vs. Northeast., 1994
    220, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    217, Dick Kelley vs. UMass, 1968
    217, Vern Roberts vs. Akron, 1973
    205, Vern Roberts vs. Lafayette, 1972
    203, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    191, Sam Brickley vs. Boston U., 1968
    189, John Bowman vs. UMass, 1959
    188, Daryl Brown vs. Montana, 1993
    188, Chuck Hall vs. Lehigh, 1968
    188, Bill Hopkins vs. Hofstra, 1964
    183, Anthony Toto vs. Temple, 1957
    183, Daryl Brown vs. UMass, 1992
    182, Roger Mason vs. Temple, 1972
    RUSHING YARDS, OPENING DAY
    217, Vern Roberts vs. Akron, 1973
    RUSHING YARDS (Consecutive
    Games)
    352, Tony Toto vs. Temple-Bucknell,
    1957
    350, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern-
    Lehigh, 1994
    348, Daryl Brown vs. UMass-
    Northeastern, 1994
    337, Nate Beasley vs. New Hampshire-
    Akron, 1975
    336, Bill Hopkins vs. Hofstra-
    Gettysburg, 1964
    334, Gardy Kahoe vs. Temple-Lehigh,
    1971
    RUSHING YARDS (Season)
    1,469, Daryl Brown, 1993
    1,397, Nate Beasley, 1974
    1,328, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    1,301, Daryl Brown, 1994
    1,299, Vern Roberts, 1974
    1,225, Daryl Brown, 1992
    1,111, Blair Caviness, 1973
    1,084, Chuck Hall, 1968
    1,077, Nate Beasley, 1975
    1,044, Bill Armstrong, 1971
    1,027, Daryl Brantley, 1990
    1,019, Hugh Dougherty, 1980
    1,019, Chuck Hall, 1968
    1,000, Chuck Hall, 1969
    RUSHING YARDS (Career)
    4,587, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    3,157, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    2,760, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    2,697, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    2,564, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    2,374, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    2,340, Bill Armstrong, 1969-71
    2,215, Norman Coleman, 1993-96
    2,105, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    2,067, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    2,066, Andre Thompson, 1995-98
    FEWEST ATTEMPTS TO 1,000
    CAREER RUSHING YARDS
    121, Norman Coleman, 1993-94
    YARDS PER GAME (Season)
    143.0, Tony Toto, 1957
    120.7, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    118.3, Daryl Brown, 1994
    113.0, Daryl Brown, 1993
    109.2, Jack Turner, 1958
    104.9, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    104.7, Mike Brown, 1963
    102.7, Daryl Brantley, 1989
    99.8, Nate Beasley, 1974
    98.5, Chuck Hall, 1970
    YARDS PER GAME (Career)
    95.7, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    93.5, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    76.6, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    74.3, Jack Turner, 1957-59
    72.9, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    71.9, GardyKahoe, 1969-71
    70.9, Bill Armstrong, 1969-71
    67.0, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    62.6, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    62.1, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    60.3, Jimmy Zaiser, 1953-55
    60.3, Tony Tolbert, 1984-85
    100-YARD GAMES (Season)
    8, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    8, Nate Beasley, 1974
    7, Daryl Brown, 1994
    7, Daryl Brown, 1993
    6, Mike Brown, 1963
    6, Chuck Hall, 1968
    6, Chuck Hall, 1970
    6, Daryl Brown, 1993
    5. Daryl Brantley, 1989
    5, Hugh Dougherty, 1980
    5, Nate Beasley, 1975
    5, Vern Roberts, 1974
    5, Blair Caviness, 1973
    5, Glenn Covin, 1971
    5, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    5, Jack Turner, 1958
    100-YARD GAMES (Career)
    22, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    16, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    13, Nate Beasley, 1974-76
    12, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    11, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    8, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    7, Bill Armstrong, 1969-70
    7, Jack Turner, 1957-59
    6, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    6, Daryl Brantley, 1988-90
    6, Dan Reeder, 1982-84
    CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING
    GAMES
    6, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    5, Daryl Brantley, 1989
    4, Daryl Brown, 1993-94
    4, Nate Beasley, 1974
    4, Blair Caviness, 1973
    4, Gardy Kahoe, 1970
    4, Mike Brown, 1963
    4. Tony Toto, 1957
    200-YARD RUSHING GAMES
    272, Daryl Brown vs. Northeast., 1994
    220, Gerald “Doc” Doherty vs.
    Gettysburg, 1946
    217, Vern Roberts vs. Akron, 1973
    217, Dick Kelley vs. UMass, 1968
    205, Vern Roberts, Lafayette, 1972
    203, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING (Game)
    4, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    4, Pat Williams vs. Lehigh, 1993
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Boston U., 1992
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Villanova, 1991
    4, Vern Roberts vs. UNLV, 1974
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Lehigh, 1971
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Bucknell, 1971
    4, Mariano Stalloni vs. Bradley, 1949
    3, Numerous times, last was Craig
    Cummings vs. Citadel, 1999
    TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING
    (Season)
    24, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    19, Vern Roberts, 1974
    17, Chuck Hall, 1970
    17, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    16, Rich Gannon, 1986
    13, Daryl Brown, 1993
    13, Daryl Brown, 1994
    13, Rick Scully, 1982
    12, Bill Armstrong, 1971
    12, Glenn Covin, 1971
    12, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING (Career)
    47, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    38, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    37, Vern Roberts, 1968-70
    35, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    33, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    31, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    29, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    26, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    25, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    22, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    22, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    22, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    22, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    20, Jimmy Zaiser, 1053-55
    20, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    20, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS
    98, Buck Thompson vs. Washington
    (Md.), 1946
    97, Pat Williams vs. W. Chester, 1995
    94, Jim Zaiser vs. Muhlenburg, 1953
    87, Walt Paul vs. W. Maryland, 1942
    84, Dick Kelley vs. Morgan St., 1970
    83, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    82, Norman Coleman vs. Lehigh, 1994
    81, Tom Fannon vs. PMC, 1952
    80, Charley Knight vs. Haverford, 1931
    80, Frank Mayer vs. St. Joe's, 1935
    79, Jimmy Zaiser (43) lateral to Jimmy
    Flynn (36) vs. Lafayette, 1954
    79, Norman Coleman vs. Maine, 1993
    78, Tim Healy vs. W&M, 1988
    78, Tony Toto vs. Rutgers, 1957
    77, Clinton Ware vs. Lafayette, 1962
    76, Glenn Covin vs. Boston U., 1971
    76, John Key vs. W. Chester, 1995
    75, Lanue Johnson vs. Lehigh, 1993
    75, Paul Hart vs. Drexel, 1946
    75, Bob Moneymaker vs. Lehigh, 1956
    74, Rick Scully vs. Bucknell, 1982
    74, Rick Merklinger vs. UMass, 1983
    74, Jimmy Zaiser vs. Lehigh, 1953
    74, Paul Hart vs. Drexel, 1946
    73, Mike Brown vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    73, Ivory Sully vs. N. Dakota, 1976
    71, Daryl Brown vs. Villanova, 1993
    71, Jimmy Flynn vs. New Hamp., 1954
    70, Lanue Johnson vs. Montana, 1993
    70, Boo White vs. PMC, 1931
    69, Bill Armstrong vs. Lehigh, 1971
    69, James O’Neal vs. R. Island, 1999
    68, Mike Brown vs. Gettysburg, 1962
    68, Bill Hopkins vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    66, Chuck Hall vs. Bucknell, 1968
    65, Sam Brickley vs. Boston U., 1968
    65, Blair Caviness vs. W. Chester,
    1973
    64, Lou Mariani vs. Maine, 1979
    63, Mike Brown vs. Lafayette, 1963
    63, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    62, Nate Beasley vs. Maine, 1974
    62, Daryl Brown vs. Maine, 1991
    62, Butter Pressey vs. R.Island, 2001
    AVERAGE PER CARRY (Game)
    Minimum 5 carries
    36.6, Doc Doherty vs. Gettysburg, 1946
    (6-220)
    18.8, Norman Coleman vs. West
    Chester, 1994 (5-90)
    17.5, Derrick Downs vs. West Chester
    (6-105)
    17.0, Andre Thompson vs. Maine, 1995
    (5-85)
    16.7, Pat Williams vs. West Chester,
    1995 (8-134)
    16.1, Jim Zaiser vs. Muhlenburg, 1953,
    (8-129)
    AVG. PER CARRY (Season)
    Minimum 30 carries
    12.2, Bill Cole, 1946 (39-476)
    11.9, Doc Doherty, 1946 (47-561)
    9.4, Derrick Downs, 1999 (34-318)
    8.7, Norman Coleman, 1994
    8.5. Tony Toto, 1957
    7.7, Gardy Kahoe, 1970
    7.6, Norman Coleman, 1993
    7.5, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    6.8, Jimmy Flynn, 1968
    6.8, Sam Brickley, 1968
    6.8, Norman Coleman, 1975
    6.8, Derrick Downs, 1998
    6.5, Rick Titus, 1981
    6.5, Bill Armstrong, 1970
    6.4, Daryl Brown, 1991
    6.4, Lanue Johnson, 1993
    AVERAGE PER CARRY (Career)
    Minimum 100 carries
    7,.41, Derrick Downs, 1997- (128-948)
    7.10, Bill Cole, 1946-48 (156-1120)
    6.73, Norman Coleman, 1993-96
    6.67, Sam Brickley, 1967-69
    6.66, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    6.41, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    6.39, Tony Toto, 1955-57
    6.21, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    6.09, John Merklinger, 1982-83
    5.85, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    5.83, Glen Covin, 1971-72
    5.82, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    5.81, Blair Caviness, 1971-73
    5.71, Jimmy Flynn, 1951-54
    5.70, Bill Hopkins, 1962-64
    5.61, Ivory Sully, 1976-78
    PASSING
    PASSES COMPLETED (Game)
    25, Matt Nagy vs. Maine, 1998
    24, Dale Fry vs. J. Madison, 1993
    23, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    23, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    23, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    23, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    22, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    22, Dave Sierer vs. W&M, 1988
    21, B.J. Webster vs. Bucknell, 1983
    20, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1989
    20, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1991
    20, Rich Gannon vs. Temple, 1984
    19, Bill Vergantino vs. JMU, 1991
    19, Rich Gannon vs. W&M, 1984
    19, B.J. Webster vs. Lehigh, 1983
    19, B.J. Webster vs. Temple, 1983
    19, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1990
    19, Matt Nagy vs. UNH, 1998
    PASSES COMPLETED (Season)
    201, Rich Gannon, 1986
    199, Matt Nagy, 2000
    188, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    182, Matt Nagy, 1998
    158, Dave Sierer, 1988
    135, Dave Sierer, 1987
    135. B.J. Webster, 1983
    134, Rich Gannon, 1985
    134, Scott Brunner, 1979
    133, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    127, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    126, Rich Gannon, 1984
    PASSES COMPLETED (Career)
    502, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    462, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    444, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    359, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    296, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    278, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    243, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    228, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    220, Don Miller, 1951-54
    208, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    194, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    194, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    CONSECUTIVE COMPLETIONS
    12, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1991
    12, Bill Vergantino vs. Towson
    State-Samford, 1992
    12, Matt Nagy vs. West Chester-New
    Hampshire, 1998
    MOST YARDS PER COMPLETION
    (Game)
    31.6, Sam Postlethwait vs. New
    Hampshire, 10/6/2001 (8-253)
    24.2, Matt Nagy vs. Connecticut,
    11/7/98 (23-556)
    PASSES ATTEMPTED (Game)
    45, B.J. Webster vs. Bucknell, 1983
    42, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    42, Matt Nagy vs. Maine, 1998
    41, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    40, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    40, B.J. Webster vs. Lehigh, 1983
    39, Jeff Komlo vs. Villanova, 1977
    39, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    38, Rich Gannon, W. Chester, 1986
    38, Bill Vergantino, UNH, 1989
    38, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    38, Matt Nagy vs. Ga. Southern, 2000
    37, Dave Sierer vs. UConn, 1987
    36, Dale Fry vs. J. Madison, 1993
    35, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1999
    34, Jeff Komlo vs. Citadel, 1977
    34, Rich Gannon vs. Holy Cross, 1985
    34, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1968
    34, Dave Sierer vs. Furman, 1988
    34, B.J. Webster vs. Temple, 1983
    34, Leo Hamlett vs. R. Island, 1996
    PASSES ATTEMPTED (Season)
    379, Matt Nagy, 2000
    361, Rich Gannon, 1986
    322, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    302, B.J. Webster, 1983
    298, Matt Nagy, 1998
    288, Dave Sierer, 1988
    280, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    268, Scott Brunner, 1979
    264, Dave Sierer, 1987
    263, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    253, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    246, Rick Scully, 1982
    PASSES ATTEMPTED (Career)
    895, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    859, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    845, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    686, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    593, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    555, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    530, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    487, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    439, Don Miller, 1951-54
    425, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    392, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    PASSES INTERCEPTED (Game)
    4, Scott Brunner vs. Villanova, 1979
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1990
    4, Rich Gannon vs. Lehigh, 1984
    4, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    3, Numerous times, last was Mike
    Connor vs. Wm. & Mary, 2001
    PASSES INTERCEPTED
    (Season)
    24, B.J. Webster, 1983
    20, Dave Sierer, 1988
    17, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    16, Scott Brunner, 1979
    16, Jeff Komlo, 1976
    15, Bill Zwaan, 1974
    15, Matt Nagy, 2000
    14, Dave Sierer, 1987
    14, Rick Scully, 1982
    14, Jeff Komlo, 1977
    14, LeoHamlett, 1996
    PASSES INTERCEPTED (Career)
    46, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    43, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    35, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    34, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    34, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    32, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    28, B.J. Webster, 1982-84
    27, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    27, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    25, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    24, Don Miller, 1951-54
    CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT
    AN INTERCEPTION
    150, Rich Gannon, 1986
    101, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    100, Brian Ginn, 1999
    87, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    83, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    83, Brian Ginn, 1997
    76, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    LOWEST PASS INTERCEPTIONS
    (Season)
    100 Attempts
    2, Don Miller, 1954 (103 attempts)
    2, Dale Fry, 1993 (122)
    4, Brian Ginn, 1997 (192)
    6, Sam Neff, 1971 (131)
    6, Don Miller, 1953 (114)
    6, John Davies, 1981 (107)
    7, Tom Van Grofski, 1965 (167)
    LOWEST PASS INTERCEPTIONS
    (Career)
    300 Attempts
    7, Brian Ginn, 1996-99 (363)
    16, Tom Van Grofski, 1963-65 (360)
    18, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69 (465)
    22, Matt Nagy, 1997- (516)
    25, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67 (425)
    27, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75 (392)
    27, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96 (593)
    YARDS PASSING (Half)
    358, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998 (1st
    Half)
    YARDS PASSING (Game)
    556, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    456, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    369, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    354, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    349, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    349, Matt Nagy vs. Hofstra, 2000
    347, Tom DiMuzio vs. Villanova, 1969
    344, Matt Nagy vs. Northeastern, 1998
    327, Dale Fry vs. JMU, 1993
    324, Rich Gannon vs. W. Chester,
    1986
    317, Keith Langan vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    317, Matt Nagy vs. UNH, 2000
    311, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1990
    309, BrianGinn vs. Villanova, 1999
    307, B.J. Webster vs. Lehigh, 1983
    301, Leo Hamlett vs. URI, 1996
    298, Tom DiMuzio vs. Boston U., 1969
    298, Dave Sierer vs. Maine, 1987
    296, Scott Brunner vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979
    295,Matt Nagy vs. Maine, 1998
    YARDS PASSING (Season)
    3,436, Matt Nagy, 2000
    2,916, Matt Nagy, 1998
    2,795, Rich Gannon, 1986
    2,677, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    2,401, Scott Brunner, 1979
    2,179, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    2,086, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    2,075, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    2,030, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    1,924, B.J. Webster, 1983
    1,885, Dave Sierer, 1988
    1,767, Dave Sierer, 1987
    YARDS PASSING (Career)
    8,214, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    6,487, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    5,927, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    5,256, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    4,993, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    3,964, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    3,757, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    3,692, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    3,108, Don Miller, 1951-54
    2,964, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    2,839, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    2,737, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    2,573, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    YARDS PASSING PER GAME
    (Season)
    265.1, Matt Nagy, 1998
    245.4, Matt Nagy, 2000
    215.0, Rich Gannon, 1986
    198.0. Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    191.2, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    176.7, Dave Sierer, 1987
    174.9, B.J. Webster, 1983
    172.9,Leo Hamlett, 1996
    171.5, Scott Brunner, 1979
    166.1, Frank Linzenbold, 1967
    160.5,Leo Hamlett, 1995
    YARDS PASSING PER GAME
    (Career)
    182.5, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    169.3, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    154.1, Matt Nagy, 1997-
    147.7, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    146.0, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    135.1, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    128.6, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    119.0, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    118.8, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    110.9, Tom Van Grofski
    107.3, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    MOST YARDS PASSING
    (Consecutive Games)
    851, Matt Nagy vs. Maine-UConn, 1998
    784, Matt Nagy vs. UConn-Richmond,
    1998
    719, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova-Portland
    State, 2000
    693, Matt Nagy vs. Northeastern-
    William & Mary, 1998
    667, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh-Boston
    U., 1969
    588, Matt Nagy vs. New Hampshire-
    Northeastern, 1998
    581, Scott Brunner vs. Youngstown
    State-Colgate, 1979
    579, Rich Gannon vs. Lehigh-Maine,
    1986
    568, Matt Nagy vs. Massachusetts-
    Villanova, 2000
    563, Matt Nagy vs. The Citadel-Hofstra,
    2000
    560, Matt Nagy vs. William & Mary-
    Youngstown State, 1998
    527, Rich Gannon vs. W&M-Lehigh,
    1986
    513, Jeff Komlo vs. Winston-Salem-
    Eastern Illinois, 1978
    200-YARD GAMES (Season)
    9, Matt Nagy, 1998
    9, Matt Nagy, 2000
    8, Rich Gannon, 1986
    6, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    5, Scott Brunner, 1979
    4, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    4, Frank Linzenbold, 1967
    4, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    3, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    3, Dave Sierer, 1987
    3, Rich Gannon, 1984
    3, B.J. Webster, 1983
    3, Jeff Komlo, 1977
    3, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    3, Matt Nagy, 1999
    200-YARD GAMES (Career)
    22, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    12, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    9, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    8, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    8, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    5, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    5, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    5, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    4, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    4, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    3, B.J. Webster, 1982-84
    2, Dale Fry, 1992-93
    2, Keith Langan, 1992-95
    CONSECUTIVE 200-YARD GAMES
    9, Matt Nagy, 1998
    4, Matt Nagy, 2000
    3, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    3, Jeff Komlo, 1977
    3, Rich Gannon, 1986
    3, Matt Nagy, 2000
    2, done 11 times, 2 times each by
    Rich Gannon in 1986, Jeff Komlo in
    1978, and Scott Brunner in 1979- last
    accomplished by Matt Nagy in 1999
    300-YARD PASSING GAMES
    6, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    2, Rich Gannon, 1986
    2, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    1, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    1, B.J. Webster, 1983
    1, Dale Fry, 1993
    1, Keith Langan, 1994
    1, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    1, Brian Ginn, 1999
    TOUCHDOWN PASSES (Game)
    5, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    5, Scott Brunner vs. C.W. Post, 1979
    4, Keith Langan vs. W. Chester, 1994
    4, Don Miller vs. Bucknell, 1953
    4, Bob Hooper vs. Temple, 1955
    4, Tom Van Grofski vs. Rutgers, 1964
    4, Tom Van Grofski vs. Lehigh, 1965
    4, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    3, Numerous times, last was Sam
    Postlethwait vs. UNH, 2001
    TOUCHDOWN PASSES
    (Season)
    29, Matt Nagy, 2000
    24, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    24, Scott Brunner, 1979
    20, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    20, Matt Nagy, 1998
    19, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    18, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    16, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    16, Rich Gannon, 1986
    16, Rick Scully, 1982
    15, Dave Sierer, 1987
    14, B.J. Webster, 1983
    14, Brian Ginn, 1997
    TOUCHDOWN PASSES (Career)
    58, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    47, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    42, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    41, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    38, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    37, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    36, Don Miller, 1951-54
    35, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    28, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    26, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    23, Bill Zwaan, 1973-75
    23, Scotty Reihm, 1971-73
    22, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH
    TOUCHDOWN PASS
    14, Matt Nagy, 2000
    12, Jeff Komlo, 1977-78
    12, Bill Zwaan, 1973-74
    11, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    11, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    10, Matt Nagy, 1998
    10, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    9, Rick Scully, 1982
    8, Dave Sierer, 1988
    8, Rich Gannon, 1986
    8, Rick Scully, 1980-81
    8, Scott Brunner, 1978
    8, Scotty Reihm, 1972-73
    BEST PASSING PCT. (Game)
    1.000, Bill Vergantino vs. Towson, 1992
    (11-11)
    .823, Leo Hamlett vs. Maine, 1995 (14-
    17)
    .821, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998 (23-
    28)
    .818, Bill Vergantino vs. Wm. &
    Mary, 1991 (9-11)
    .800, Larry Catuzzi vs. Lehigh, 1956 (8-
    10)
    .791, Bill Vergantino vs. James
    Madison, 1991 (19-24)
    .789, Rich Gannon vs. Navy, 1985 (15-
    19)
    .786, Tom Van Grofski vs. Boston U.,
    1965 (11-15)
    .782, Rich Gannon vs. Massachusetts,
    1986 (18-23)
    .768, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1991
    (20-26)
    .765, Dale Fry vs. West Chester, 1993
    (13-17)
    BEST PASSING PCT. (Season)
    .691, Jim Breyer, 1958 (39-63)
    .650, Matt Nagy, 1997
    .611, Matt Nagy, 1998
    .597, Scotty Reihm, 1972
    .586, Sam Neff, 1971
    .583, Don Miller, 1954
    .566, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    .565, Bill Vergantino, 1991
    .557, Dal Fry, 1993
    .557, Rich Gannon, 1986
    BEST PASSING PCT. (Career)
    .561, Matt Nagy, 1997-00 (502-895)
    .547, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    .535, Scotty Reihm, 1971-73
    .534, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    .533, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    .525, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    .520, Dale Fry, 1990-93
    .518, Sam Neff, 1970-71
    .517, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    .507, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    *PASSING RATING (Game)
    305.9, Bill Vergantino vs. Towson, 1992
    301.2, Keith Langan vs. Richmond,
    1993
    300.1, Leo Hamlett vs. Maine, 1995
    285.7, Sam Postlethwait vs. New
    Hampshire, 2001
    284.3, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    262.7, Dale Fry vs. W. Chester, 1993
    *PASSING RATING (Season)
    160.8, Dale Fry, 1993
    157.4, Matt Nagy, 1998
    156.0, Matt Nagy, 1997
    152.0, Keith Langan, 1994
    148.4, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    147.0, Brian Ginn, 1997
    146.0, Matt Nagy, 2000
    144.2, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    143.7, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    *PASSING RATING (Career)
    146.74, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    145.71, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    142.64, Dale Fry, 1990-93
    135.27, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    131.88, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    129.96, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    125.70, Don Miller, 1951-54
    123.47, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    121.95, Don Miller, 1951-54
    121.35, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    119.64, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    *Based on NCAAFormula
    LONGEST COMPLETED PASS
    88, Matt Nagy to Eddie Conti vs.
    Northeastern, 1998
    87, Tom DiMuzio to Pat Walker
    vs. Villanova, 1969
    85, Brian Ginn to Courtney Batts vs.
    UMass, 1997
    83, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Richmond, 2000
    83, Sam Postlethwait to Brett Veach vs.
    New Hampshire, 2001
    82, Bill Zwann to Bill Cubit
    vs. Youngstown, 1974
    82, Brian Ginn to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Villanova, 1999
    80, Leo Hamlett to Eddie Conti
    vs. Lehigh, 1996
    79, Chuck Zolak to Tom Harrison
    vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    79, Jim Colbert to Pete Johnson
    vs. Gettysburg, 1969
    77, Scotty Reihm to Vern Roberts
    vs. Gettysburg, 1972
    76, Scotty Reihm to Bill Cubit
    vs. Lehigh, 1973
    76, Rich Gannon to Bob Norris
    vs. Lehigh, 1986
    76, Matt Nagy to Eddie Conti vs.
    UConn, 1998
    76, Walt Paul to Paul Hart
    vs. Western Maryland, 1942
    75, Sam Neff to Jim Colbert vs.
    Bucknell, 1971
    75, Jeff Komlo to Craig Carroll vs.
    Colgate, 1977
    75, Scott Brunner to Jay Hooks vs.
    Youngstown State #2, 1979
    74, Rick Scully to Cliff Clement vs.
    WesternKentucky, 1981
    73, Don Miller to Tom Redfield vs.
    Lafayette, 154
    72, Bill Cubit to Albert Brown vs. Maine,
    1972
    72, Bill Shockley to Marvel McWilliams
    vs. Bradley, 1949
    72, Matt Nagy to Derrick Downs vs.
    Connecticut, 1998
    71, Rick Scheetz to Fred Singleton vs.
    Towson State, 1984
    71, Jeff Komlo to Lou Mariani vs.
    Rhode Island, 1978
    71, William Hogan to Walt Paul vs.
    Ursinus, 1941
    70, Bill Vergantino toLanue Johnson
    vs. UMass, 1992
    70, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Lehigh, 2000
    69, Leo Hamlett to Norman Coleman
    vs. Villanova, 1995
    68, Leo Hamlett to Courtney Batts vs.
    Rhode Island, 1996
    68, Matt Nagy to Butter Pressey vs.
    Hofstra, 2000
    67, Ted Kempski to Ollie Baker vs.
    Ohio University, 1961
    66, Tom DiMuzio to Ron Withelder vs.
    Boston U., 1968
    66, Bob Smith toLarry Rybicki vs. C.W.
    Post, 1971
    65, Rich Gannon to Bob Norris vs.
    Richmond, 1986
    65, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Villanova, 2000
    64, Gary Bierc to Paul Hammond vs.
    Princeton, 1981
    64, Bill Vergantino to Daryl Brown vs.
    UMass, 1992
    64, Leo Hamlett to Eddie Conti vs.
    Maine, 1996
    64, Matt Nagy to Jamin Elliott vs.
    Portland State, 2000
    PASS RECEIVING
    RECEPTIONS (Game)
    15, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998
    13, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    12, Brian Adam vs. Villanova, 1977
    11, Darrin Ferrell vs. Navy, 1990
    11, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1998
    11, Pete Ravettine vs. E. Illinois, 1978
    10, Courtney Batts vs. Lehigh, 1997
    10, Bill Cubit vs. Bucknell, 1973
    10, Mike Purzycki vs. Bucknell, 1967
    9, James Anderson vs. Richmond,
    1987
    9, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1996
    9, Pete Ravettine vs. Middle
    Tennessee, 1978
    9, Eddie Conti vs. Richmond, 1998
    9, Eddie Conti vs. UNH, 1998
    RECEPTIONS (Season)
    91, Eddie Conti, 1998
    60, Courtney Batts, 1997
    58, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    58, Brett Veach, 2000
    57, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    54, James Anderson, 1987
    50, Dan Cooper, 1992
    49, Jay Hooks, 1979
    49, Courtney Batts, 1995
    48, Brian Adam, 1977
    47, Eddie Conti, 1996
    47, Todd Lott, 1986
    47, Bill Cubit, 1974
    47, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    RECEPTIONS (Career)
    192, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    179, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    158, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    118, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    112, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    105, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    99, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    98, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    96, James Anderson, 1987-88
    94, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    78, John Yergey, 1987-89
    69, Paul Hammond, 1981-83
    69, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    63, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    61, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    61, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    59, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    59, Brian Adam, 1975-77
    59, Bill Cubit, 1973-74
    58, Pat Walker, 1968-70
    56, Wes Frith, 1962-64
    53, Jim Colbert, 1969-71
    52, Fred Singleton, 1984-86
    52, Andre Thompson, 1995-98
    51, Larry Wagner, 1974-76
    50, John Gilman, 1987-89
    50, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    RECEPTIONS PER GAME (Season)
    8.3, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4.9, James Anderson, 1987
    4.8, Brian Adam, 1977
    4.7, Mike Purzycki, 1966
    4.3, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    4.3, Courtney Batts, 1997
    4.3, Eddie Conti, 1996
    4.3, Todd Lott, 1986
    4.1, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    4.1, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    4.1, Brett Veach, 2000
    4.0, Ron Withelder, 1967
    4.0, Mike Purzycki, 1965
    4.0, Wes Frith, 1964
    RECEPTIONS PER GAME (Career)
    4.2, James Anderson, 1987-88
    3.9, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    3.6, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    3.6, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    3.4,Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    3.4, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    3.2, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    2.9, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    2.9, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    2.4, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    2.4, John Yergey, 1987-89
    2.4, Darrin Ferrell, 1988-90
    2.4, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES
    CATCHING A PASS
    38, Eddie Conti, 1996-98
    27, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    25, Jamin Elliott, 2000-01
    23, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    23, James Anderson, 1987-88*
    23,John Yergey, 1988-89
    22, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    *= Every game of career
    YARDS RECEIVING (Half)
    200, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998 (1st
    Half)
    YARDS RECEIVING (Game)
    354, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998
    234, Eddie Conti vs. Northeast., 1998
    208, Pete Ravettine vs. Middle
    Tennessee, 1978
    207, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    206, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    198, Darrin Ferrell vs. Navy, 1990
    196, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1996
    183, Courtney Batts vs. Northeastern,
    1995
    182, Jay Hooks vs. Youngstown, 1979
    182, Brian Adam vs. Villanova, 1977
    178, Courtney Batts vs. UMass, 1997
    164, Jamin Elliott vs. Villanova, 1999
    162, Jay Hooks vs. Colgate, 1979
    158, Dan Cooper vs. Richmond, 1992
    156, Pete Ravettine vs. E. Illinois, 1978
    154, Eddie Conti vs. Richmond, 1998
    153, Pat Walker vs. Lehigh, 1969
    150, Courtney Batts vs. URI, 1996
    147, Bill Cubit vs. Maine, 1974
    146, Jamin Elliott vs. Portland St., 2000
    143, James Anderson vs. UMass, 1987
    140, James Anderson vs. Richmond,
    1987
    YARDS RECEIVING (Season)
    1,712, Eddie Conti, 1998
    (NCAAI-AARecord)
    1,317, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    1,067, James Anderson, 1987
    1,048, Courtney Batts, 1997
    1,036, Jay Hooks, 1979
    1,026, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    957, Courtney Batts, 1995
    889, Eddie Conti, 1996
    850, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    826, Courtney Batts, 1996
    818, Eddie Conti, 1995
    815, Brett Veach, 2000
    797, Dan Cooper, 1992
    770, Dan Cooper, 1993
    749, BrianAdam, 1977
    YARDS RECEIVING (Career)
    3,737, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    3,522, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    3,068, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    1,880, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    1,772, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    1,749, James Anderson, 1987-88
    1,501, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    1,470, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    1,390, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    1,269, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    1,245, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    1,227, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    1,189, Paul Hammond, 1981-83
    1,051, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    1,040, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    1,025, John Yergey, 1987-89
    993, Wes Frith, 1962-64
    951, Pat Walker, 1968-70
    943, Brian Adam, 1975-77
    936, Darrin Ferrell, 1988-90
    YARDS RECEIVING PER GAME
    (Season)
    155.6, Eddie Conti, 1998
    97.0, James Anderson, 1987
    95.5, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    80.8, Eddie Conti, 1996
    77.3, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    74.9, Courtney Batts, 1997
    74.9, Brian Adam, 1976
    74.0, Jay Hooks, 1979
    73.6, Courtney Batts, 1995
    73.3, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    68.8, Courtney Batts, 1996
    YARDS RECEIVING PER GAME
    (Career)
    76.7, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    76.0, James Anderson, 1987-88
    70.4, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    66.7, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    52.5, Todd Lott, 1984-86
    52.0, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    51.5, Mike Purzycki, 1967-69
    50.8, Jay Hooks, 1978-80
    46.8, Darrin Ferrell, 1988-90
    45.8, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    RECEIVING YARDS (Consecutive
    Games)
    508, Eddie Conti vs. Connecticut-
    Richmond, 1998
    476, Eddie Conti vs. Maine-Connecticut,
    1998
    441, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern-
    William & Mary, 1998
    373, Eddie Conti vs. New Hampshire-
    Northeastern, 1998
    366, Jamin Elliott vs. Villanova-Portland
    State, 2000
    326, Pete Ravettine vs. North Carolina
    A&T-Middle Tennessee, 1978
    100-YD. GAMES (Season)
    9, Eddie Conti, 1998
    7, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    6, James Anderson, 1987
    5, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    4, Jay Hooks, 1979
    3, Eddie Conti, 1995
    3, Courtney Batts, 1996
    3, Courtney Batts, 1997
    3, Jamin Elliott, 1999
    100-YD. GAMES (Career)
    13, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    11, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    9, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    8, James Anderson, 1987-88
    5, Pete Ravettine, 1977-78
    4, Jay Hooks, 1977-79
    CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RECEIVING
    GAMES
    5, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    3, James Anderson, 1987
    2, Todd Lott, 1986
    2, Bob Norris, 1986
    2, Pete Ravettine, 1978
    2, Eddie Conti, 1995
    CONSECUTIVE 200-YD. GAMES
    2, Eddie Conti, 1998
    AVERAGE PER CATCH (Game)
    Minimum 4 catches
    45.4, Jay Hooks vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979 (4 for 182 yards)
    34.3, Courtney Batts vs. West
    Chester, 1994 (6-206)
    34.2, Jay Hooks vs. Villanova, 1979,
    (4-137)
    33.4, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern,
    1998 (7-234)
    AVG. PER CATCH (Season)
    Minimum 10 catches
    27.2, Tom Harrison, 1963 (18-490)
    25.6, Courtney Batts, 1994
    25.1, Tom Redfield, 1954
    23.1, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    22.6, Keita Malloy, 1993
    22.2, Pete Johnson, 1971
    21.9, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    21.5, Bill Cubit, 1973
    21.5, Pat Walker, 1970
    21.4, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    21.1, Jay Hooks, 1979
    20.9, Eddie Conti, 1995
    20.6, Dick Kelley, 1968
    20.2, Jaime Young, 1979
    20.1, Jim Colbert, 1969
    AVERAGE PER CATCH (Career)
    Minimum 20 catches
    23.1, Pete Johnson, 1969-71
    21.5, Tom Harrison, 1961-63
    20.8, Jay Hooks, 1977-79
    20.5, Tom Redfield, 1952-54
    19.8, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    19.7, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    19.5, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    19.4, Jamin Elliott, 1998-01
    19.0, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    Note. TE Jason VanKerkhoven averaged
    24.7 on 16-395, 1996-99
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (Game)
    4, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester, 1994
    3, Mike Purzycki vs. Rutgers, 1964
    3, Paul Mueller vs. Lehigh, 1965
    3, Pete Johnson vs. UNH, 1971
    3, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1995
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (Season)
    12, Pat Walker, 1969
    11, James Anderson, 1987
    10, Eddie Conti, 1998
    9, Jay Hooks, 1979
    9, Ron Withelder, 1968
    9, Eddie Conti, 1995
    9, Eddie Conti, 1996
    8, Courtney Batts, 1994
    8, Pete Johnson, 1971
    8, Keita Malloy, 1993
    8, Jamin Elliott, 2000
    8, Brett Veach, 2000
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (Career)
    31, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    27, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    19, Jamin Elliott, 1998-2001
    17, James Anderson, 1987-88
    15, Pat Walker, 1968-70
    15, Dan Cooper, 1990-93
    14, Ron Withelder, 1967-69
    13, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    12, Kevin Phelan, 1980-82
    12, Jay Hooks, 1979-80
    12, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    12, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A
    TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION
    5, Bob Norris, 1986
    5, James Anderson, 1987
    4, Eddie Conti, 1996
    4, Eddie Conti, 1998
    4, Eddie Conti, 1998
    TOTAL OFFENSE
    MOST PLAYS (Game)
    64, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1989
    58, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    56, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    53, Rich Gannon vs. W. Chester, 1986
    53, Bill Vergantino vs. W. Chester,1992
    51, Bill Vergantino vs. W&M, 1990
    51, B.J. Webster vs. Bucknell, 1983
    49, Bill Vergantino vs. JMU, 1991
    49, Dale Fry vs. J. Madison, 1993
    49, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    48, Dave Sierer vs. UConn, 1987
    47, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    46, Rich Gannon vs. Holy Cross, 1985
    46, Leo Hamlett vs. W&M, 1996
    46, Leo Hamlett vs. Rh. Island, 1996
    46, Mike Connor vs. Villanova, 2001
    45, Roger Mason (FB) vs. Temple,
    1972
    45, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    MOST PLAYS (Season)
    551, Rich Gannon, 1986
    451, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    438, Dave Sierer, 1988
    434, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    425, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    422, Matt Nagy, 2000
    416, Rick Scully, 1982
    402, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    393, Rich Gannon, 1985
    392, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    391, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    MOST PLAYS (Career)
    1,580, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    1,330, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    1,044, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    1,019, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    911, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    909, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    803, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    801, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    619, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    604, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    565, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    558, Don Miller, 1951-54
    MOST YARDS (Half)
    358, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998 (1st
    Half)
    MOST YARDS (Game)
    537, Matt Nagy vs. UConn, 1998
    437, Matt Nagy vs. Villanova, 2000
    395, Rich Gannon vs. W. Chester,
    1986
    378, Keith Langan vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    377, Rich Gannon vs. Maine, 1986
    376, Tom DiMuzio vs. Lehigh, 1969
    375, Dale Fry vs. W. Chester, 1993
    360, Bill Vergantino vs. JMU, 1991
    357, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    346, Leo Hamlett vs. Hofstra, 1994
    344, Bill Vergantino vs. Navy, 1990
    338, Matt Nagy vs. Hofstra, 2000
    337, Matt Nagy vs. W&M, 1998
    337, Tom DiMuzio vs. Villanova, 1969
    337, Dale Fry vs. JMU, 1993
    337, Leo Hamlett vs. Villanova, 1995
    330, Bill Vergantino vs. UNH, 1989
    MOST YARDS (Season)
    3,332, Rich Gannon, 1986
    3,316, Matt Nagy, 2000
    2,842, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    2,808, Matt Nagy, 1998
    2,690, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    2,623, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    2,510, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    2,436, Scott Brunner, 1979
    2,228, Rick Scully, 1982
    2,219, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    2,172, Leo Hamlett, 1996
    2,084, Rich Gannon, 1984
    2,076, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    2,066, Bill Vergantino, 1991
    MOST YARDS (Career)
    9,051, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    7,943, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    7,436, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    6,313, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    5,421, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    4,958, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    4,587, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    4,738, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    3,877, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    3,286, Daryl Brown, 1990-93
    3,088, Brian Ginn, 1996-99
    MOST YARDS PER GAME
    (Season)
    256.3, Rich Gannon, 1986
    255.3, Matt Nagy, 1998
    236.9, Matt Nagy, 2000
    228.2, Tom DiMuzio, 1969
    218.6, Leo Hamlett, 1995
    201.7, Bill Vergantino, 1990
    192.1, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    189.5, Rich Gannon, 1994
    188.7, Bill Vergantino, 1989
    187.3, Jeff Komlo, 1978
    186.0, Dave Sierer, 1987
    MOST YARDS PER GAME (Career)
    212.4, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    188.6, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    176.5, Matt Nagy, 1997-2000
    155.1, Dave Sierer, 1986-88
    150.6, Jeff Komlo, 1976-78
    150.3, Leo Hamlett, 1993-96
    133.0, Scott Brunner, 1978-79
    122.8, Tom Van Grofski, 1963-65
    120.9, Rick Scully, 1979-82
    119.5, Frank Linzenbold, 1965-67
    SCORING
    MOST POINTS (Game)
    27, Ed Thompson vs. Washington (Md.)
    College, 1935
    24, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester,
    1994
    24, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    24, Pat Williams vs. Lehigh, 1993
    24, Bill Vergantino vs. Boston U., 1992
    24, Bill Vergantino vs. Villanova, 1991
    24, Vern Roberts vs. UNLV, 1974
    24, Gardy Kahoe vs. Lehigh, 1971
    24, Gardy Kahoe vs. Bucknell, 1971
    24, Mariano Stalloni vs. Bradley, 1949
    20, Glenn Covin vs. W. Chester, 1970
    20, Randy Holmes vs. Maine, 1987
    20, Pat Williams vs. Maine, 1995
    20, Craig Cummings vs. Hofstra, 2000
    MOST POINTS (Season)
    144, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    132, Vern Roberts, 1974
    110, Chuck Hall, 1970
    104, Craig Cummings, 2000
    102, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    102, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    100, Rich Gannon, 1986
    100, Scott Collins, 2000
    86, Daryl Brown, 1993
    86, Lou Mariani, 1979
    84, Bob Norris, 1996
    84, Paul Hart, 1942
    81, Sean Leach, 1995
    MOST POINTS (Career)
    308, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    268, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    268, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    263, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    228, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    220, Butter Pressey, 1998-2001
    218, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    217, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    210, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    206, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    191, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    186, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    160, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    156, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    156, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    154, Don O’Brien, 1987-89
    MOST TOUCHDOWNS (Game)
    4, Courtney Batts vs. W. Chester, 1994
    4, Daryl Brown vs. Northeastern, 1994
    4, Pat Williams vs. Lehigh, 1993
    4, Ed Thompson vs. Washington
    College, 1935
    4, Vern Roberts vs. UNLV, 1974
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Lehigh,1971
    4, Gardy Kahoe vs. Bucknell, 197
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Villanova, 1991
    4, Bill Vergantino vs. Boston U., 1992
    4, Mariano Stalloni vs. Bradley, 1949
    MOST TOUCHDOWNS (Season)
    24, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    21, Vern Roberts, 1974
    18, Chuck Hall, 1970
    17, Lanue Johnson, 1992
    17, Bill Vergantino, 1992
    16, Rich Gannon, 1986
    16, Craig Cummings, 2000
    14, Lou Mariani, 1979
    14, Bob Norris, 1986
    14, Daryl Brown, 1993
    14, Butter Pressey, 2000
    13, Rick Scully, 1982
    13, Bill Armstrong, 1971
    13, Daryl Brown, 1994
    13, Craig Cummings, 1997
    TOUCHDOWNS (Career)
    50, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    44, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    42, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    38, Bill Vergantino, 1989-92
    37, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    36, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    35, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    35, Butter Pressey, 1998-2001
    34, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    26, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    25, Tom DiMuzio, 1967-69
    25, Mike Brown, 1961-63
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES SCORING
    TOUCHDOWN
    13, Vern Roberts, 1974
    12, Gardy Kahoe, 1970-71
    11, Lanue Johnson, 1991-92
    9, Glenn Covin, 1970-71
    9, Craig Cummings, 1997-98
    KICK SCORING
    MOST FIELD GOALS (Game)
    3, K. C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    3, Neil Roberts vs. W&M, 1986
    3, Don O'Brien vs. UMass, 1987
    3, Steve Leo vs. Navy, 1992
    3, Steve Leo vs. R. Island, 1993
    3, Sean Leach vs. Northeastern, 1995
    3, SeanLeach vs. Ga. Southern, 1997
    3, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    3, Scott Collins vs. Villanova, 2000
    MOST FIELD GOALS (Season)
    14, Scott Collins, 2000
    12, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    12, Sean Leach, 1995
    11, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    11, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    10, Sean Leach, 1997
    10, Mark Drozic, 1990
    10, Don O'Brien, 1988
    9, Neil Roberts, 1986
    9, K.C.Knobloch, 1980
    7, Don O’Brien, 1987
    7, Hank Kline, 1976
    7, Sean Leach, 1994
    MOST FIELD GOALS (Career)
    32, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    26, K. C. Knobloch, 1980-82
    23, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    21, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    16, Scott Collins, 2000-
    16, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    15, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    14, Hank Kline, 1974-76
    14, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    14, John Gasson, 1983-85
    12, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    11, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    9, John Osborn, 1962-63
    5, Jim Albertson, 1969
    5, Marc Samonisky, 1970
    FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (Game)
    4, K.C. Knobloch vs. Lehigh, 1982
    4, K.C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    4, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    4, Scott Collins vs. Georgia Southern,
    2000
    3, many times
    FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (Season)
    21, Scott Collins, 2000
    19, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    19, Don O'Brien, 1988
    17, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    15, Sean Leach, 1997
    15, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    14, Sean Leach, 1995
    14, Neil Roberts, 1987
    14, K. C. Knobloch, 1980
    13, K. C. Knobloch, 1982
    13, Hank Kline, 1976
    FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (Career)
    51, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    44, K. C. Knobloch, 1980-82
    42, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    40, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    29, Hank Kline, 1974-76
    28, Scott Collins, 2000-
    28, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    25, John Gasson, 1983-85
    25, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    24, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    22, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    18, John Osborn, 1962-63
    FIELD GOAL PCT. (Season)
    1.000, John Gasson, 1984 (6-6)
    .800, Sean Leach, 1995
    .733, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    .667, Sean Leach, 1997
    .667, Scott Collins, 2000
    .647, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    .643, K.C. Knobloch, 1980
    .643, Neil Roberts, 1987
    .631, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    .625, Mar Samonisky, 1970
    .625, Jim Albertson, 1969
    FIELD GOAL PCT. (Career)
    .681, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    .640, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    .627, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    .609, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    .590, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    .575, Don O’Brien, 1987-89
    .571, Scott Collins, 2000-
    .560, John Gasson, 1983-85
    .500, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    .500, John Osborn, 1962-63
    .500, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    LONGEST FIELD GOAL
    54, Steve Leo vs. Navy, 1992
    53, Steve Leo vs. Richmond,1991
    52, Don O'Brien vs. Navy, 1988
    50, SeanLeach vs. Northeastern,1995
    48, Hank Kline vs. Villanova, 1976
    48, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    47, Don O'Brien vs. UMass, 1987
    47, K.C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    47, Brandt Kennedy vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979
    47, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    46, Brandt Kennedy vs. Lehigh, 1978
    46, Scott Collins vs. Citadel, 2000
    45, K.C. Knobloch vs. Villanova, 1980
    45, Sean Leach vs. Boston U., 1996
    43, John Osborn vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    43, K.C. Knobloch vs. Temple, 1980
    43, Hank Kline vs. W&M, 1976
    43, Jeff Lippincott vs. Gettysburg, 1966
    43, Sean Leach vs. Northeastern, 1995
    40, Frank Creamer vs. Springfield,
    1926 (won game)
    40, Garon Sizemore vs. Connecticut,
    1998
    40, Garon Sizemore vs. W&M, 1999
    38, Charles Gibson vs. Villanova, 1924
    40, Scott Collins vs. William & Mary,
    2001
    38, Charles Gibson vs. Villanova, 1924
    CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS
    7, John Gasson, 1983-84
    7, Sean Leach, 1995
    6, Don O'Brien, 1988
    5, Mark Drozic, 1990
    5, Scott Collins, 2000
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES KICKING A
    FIELD GOAL
    9, Don O'Brien, 1987-88
    6, Brandt Kennedy, 1978-79
    6, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    6, Scott Collins, 2000
    5, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    PAT BY KICKING (Game)
    10, Larry Washington vs. C.W. Post,
    1971
    8, Steve Leo vs. Lehigh, 1993
    8, Steve Leo vs. Samford, 1992
    7, Sean Leach vs. UMass, 1994
    7, K.C. Knobloch vs. Princeton, 1981
    7, Brandt Kennedy vs. Va. Union, 1979
    7, Al Samonisky vs. Baldwin-Wallace,
    1973
    7, Mark Drozic vs. UConn, 1991
    7, Steve Leo vs. Boston U., 1992
    7, Steve Leo vs. Montana, 1993
    7, Sean Leach vs. W. Chester, 1995
    7, Scott Collins vs. W. Chester, 2000
    7, Scott Collins vs. Portland St.,
    2000
    PAT BY KICKING (Season)
    62, Brandt Kennedy, 1979
    62, Scott Collins, 2000
    57, Steve Leo, 1993
    53, Steve Leo, 1992
    50, Sean Leach, 1997
    47, Mark Drozic, 1991
    46, Neil Roberts, 1986
    45, SeanLeach, 1995
    44, Larry Washington, 1971
    40, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    40, K. C. Knobloch, 1981
    40, Sean Leach, 1994
    40, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    PAT BY KICKING (Career)
    167, SeanLeach, 1994-97
    128, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    111, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    108, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    86, Scott Collins, 2000-
    85, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    78, Larry Washington, 1971-72
    73, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    70, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    69, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    66, Hank Kline, 1974-76
    58, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    PAT BY KICKING ATT. (Game)
    10, Larry Washington vs. C.W. Post,
    1971
    10, Scott Collins vs. W. Chester,
    2000
    9, Steve Leo vs. Lehigh, 1993
    8, K.C. Knobloch vs. Princeton, 1981
    8, Brandt Kennedy vs. Va. Union, 1979
    8, Steve Leo vs. Samford, 199
    8, Steve Leo vs. Maine, 1992
    7, numerous times
    PAT BY KICKING ATT. (Season)
    67, Scott Collins, 2000
    64, Brandt Kennedy, 1979
    61, Steve Leo, 1993
    61, Steve Leo, 1992
    56, Larry Washington, 1971
    52, Sean Leach, 1997
    51, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    49, Sean Leach, 1995
    47, Neil Roberts, 1986
    47, Mark Drozic, 1991
    45, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    44, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    43, K.C. Knobloch, 1982
    PAT BY KICKING ATT. (Career)
    180, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    141, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    122, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    118, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    94, Larry Washington, 1971-72
    92, Scott Collins, 2000-
    84, Garon Sizemore, 1998-99
    79, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    75, Hank Kline, 1972-74
    70, Mark Drozic, 1990
    65, Don O’Brien, 1986-88
    60, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    PAT KICKING PCT. (Season)
    1.000, Mark Drozic, 1991 (47-47)
    1.000, John Gasson, 1984 (26- 26)
    .978, Neil Roberts, 1986 (46-47)
    .969, Brandt Kennedy, 1979 (62-64)
    .967, K.C. Knobloch, 1980
    .964, Hank Kline, 1975
    .961, Sean Leach, 1997
    .960, Scott Collins, 2001
    .956, Hank Kline, 1974
    .950, Sean Leach, 1994
    PAT KICKING PCT. (Career)
    .985, Mark Drozic, 1990-91 (69-70)
    .967, Neil Roberts, 1985-86 (58-60)
    .935, Scott Collins, 2000-
    .928, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    .915, K.C. Knobloch, 1979-82
    .910, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    .908, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    .893, John Gasson, 1983-85
    .886, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    .881, Al Samonisky, 1973
    .880, Hank Kline, 1972-74
    CONSECUTIVE PAT MADE
    50, Mark Drozic, 1990-1991
    45, Neil Roberts, 1986
    37, ScottCollins, 2000-01
    33, K.C. Knobloch, 1981-82
    33, Hank Kline, 1975-76
    31, John Gasson, 1983-85
    31, Sean Leach, 1995
    29, Sean Leach, 1994
    28, Sean Leach, 1997
    27, Steve Leo, 1992
    27, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    POINTS BY KICKING (Game)
    15, Neil Roberts vs. W&M, 1986
    15, Scott Collins vs. Villanova, 2000
    13, Don O'Brien vs. UMass, 1987
    13, Steve Leo vs. Navy, 1992
    13, SeanLeach vs. Northeastern, 1995
    12, Garon Sizemore vs. Youngstown
    State, 1998
    11, Sean Leach vs. JMU, 1995
    11, Brandt Kennedy vs. Winston-
    Salem, 1978
    11, Sean Leach vs. Hofstra, 1994
    10, Sean Leach vs. Youngstown, 1995
    10, Brandt Kennedy vs. URI, 1979
    10, Brandt Kennedy, vs. Va. Union,
    1978
    10, Larry Washington vs. CW Post,
    1970
    10, Mark Drozic vs. Maine, 1991
    10, Steve Leo vs. Rhode Island, 1992
    10, Sean Leach vs. UMass, 1997
    10, Sean Leach vs. Ga. Southern,
    1997
    10, Garon Sizemore vs. W. Chester,
    1998
    10, Garon Sizemore vs. Wm. & Mary,
    1999
    POINTS BY KICKING (Season)
    104, Scott Collins, 2000
    81, Sean Leach, 1995
    80, Sean Leach, 1997
    80, Brandt Kennedy, 1978
    80, Brandt Kennedy, 1979
    75, SteveLeo, 1993
    73, Neil Roberts, 1987
    73, K.C. Knobloch, 1981
    73, Garon Sizemore, 1998
    69, Steve Leo, 1992
    62, Mark Drozic, 1991
    61, SeanLeach, 1994
    58, Don O’Brien, 1988
    POINTS BY KICKING (Career)
    263, Sean Leach, 1994-97
    191, Brandt Kennedy, 1977-79
    186, K.C.Knobloch, 1979-82
    154, Don O'Brien, 1987-89
    147, Steve Leo, 1990-93
    134, Scott Collins, 2000-
    114, Mark Drozic, 1990-91
    103, Jeff Lippincott, 1966-68
    100, Neil Roberts, 1985-86
    92, John Gasson, 1983-85
    90, Larry Washington, 1971-72
    73, Garon Sizemore, 1998-89
    65, John Osborn, 1962-63
    47, Jim Albertson, 1969
    47, Marc Samonisky, 1970
    TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS
    (Season)
    5, Jack Turner, 1959
    TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS (career)
    8, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    PUNTING
    MOST PUNTS (Game)
    16, John Borresen vs. Bucknell, 1952
    11, Scott White, Wm. & Mary, 1997
    11, Chris Steiner vs. Northeastern,
    2001
    11, 4 other times
    MOST PUNTS (Season)
    77, Mike Anderson, 1983
    73, Scott White, 1996
    72, Rick Titus, 1982
    70, Scott White, 1997
    67, Rich Gannon, 1986
    66, Mike Anderson, 1985
    63, Al Brown, 1973
    63, Tim Healy, 1988
    63, Chris Steiner, 2000
    62, Mike Schoenwolf, 1978
    MOST PUNTS (Career)
    233, Scott White, 1994-97
    201, Mike Anderson, 1983-85
    183, Rick Titus, 1980-82
    162, Al Brown, 1972-74
    157, Gene Vadas, 1989-91
    135, Lee Emmons, 1967-69
    122, Chris Steiner, 1999-2001
    117, Mike Schonewolf, 1977-79
    108, Dave Raymond, 1976-77
    100, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    99, Ryan Bleiler, 1998-
    98, Brian Meyers, 1990-93
    94, Tim Healy, 1986-88
    MOST YARDS (Game)
    519, John Borresen vs. Bucknell,1952
    505, Chris Steiner vs. Northeast., 2001
    482, Scott White vs. W&M, 1997
    424, Gene Vadas vs. W&M, 1990
    424, Al Brown, vs. Grambling, 1973
    423, Scott White vs. Richmond, 1997
    MOST YARDS (Season)
    2,861, Scott White, 1997
    2,768, Mike Anderson, 1983
    2,714, Rick Titus, 1982
    2,670, Scott White, 1996
    2,558, Tim Healy, 1988
    2,528, Chris Steiner, 2000
    2,474, Gene Vadas, 1990
    2,459, Rich Gannon, 1986
    2,334, Chris Steiner, 2001
    2,301, Mike Anderson, 1985
    2,217, Brian Meyers, 1992
    2,179, Al Brown, 1973
    2,096, Rich Fugazzi, 1975
    MOST YARDS (Career)
    8,667, Scott White, 1994-97
    7,164, Mike Anderson, 1983-85
    6,844, Rick Titus, 1980-82
    6,143, Gene Vadas, 1989-91
    5,592, Al Brown, 1972-74
    4,983, Chris Steiner, 1999-2002
    4,824, Lee Emmons, 1967-69
    3,887, Mike Schonewolf, 1977-79
    3,839, Tim Healy, 1986-88
    3,806, Dave Raymond, 1976-77
    3,733, Ryan Bleiler, 1998-
    3,703, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    PUNTING AVERAGE (Game)
    53.6, Tim Healy vs. Lehigh, 1987 (7
    punts)
    49.3, Tim Healy vs. UMass, 1988
    49.0, Joe Coady vs. PMC, 1947
    47.5, Gene Vadas vs. UMass, 1991
    45.9, Chris Steiner vs. Northeastern,
    2001
    44.4, Chris Steiner vs. Villanova, 2001
    43.8, Scott White vs. W&M, 1997
    PUNTING AVERAGE (Season)
    42.8, Gene Vadas, 1991
    41.7, Chris Steiner, 2001
    41.3, Tim Healy, 1987
    40.9, Scott White, 1997
    40.6, Tim Healy, 1988
    40.3, Gene Vadas, 40.30
    40.1, Chris Steiner, 2000
    39.1, Rick Titus, 1981
    39.1, Tom Van Grofski, 1965
    38.2, Gardy Kahoe, 1972
    38.2, Scott White, 1994
    38.1, Ryan Bleiler, 1999
    37.7, Rick Titus, 1982
    37.6, Brian Meyers, 1992
    37.3, Ryan Bleiler, 1998
    37.1, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    PUNTING AVERAGE (Career)
    40.844, Chris Steiner, 1999-2001 (122-
    4,983)
    40.840, Tim Healy, 1986-88 (94-3,839)
    38.6, Gene Vadas, 1989-91
    37.7, Ryan Bleiler, 1998-
    37.4, Rick Titus, 1980-82
    37.2, Scott White, 1994-97
    37.0, Gardy Kahoe, 1969-71
    36.5, Brian Meyers, 1990-93
    36.3, Rich Gannon, 1984-86
    35.7, Lee Emmons, 1967-69
    35.7, Rich Fugazzi, 1973-75
    35.6, Mike Anderson, 1983-85
    35.2, Dave Raymond, 1976-77
    35.1, Arnie Rozenthal, 1961-63
    LONGEST PUNT
    82, Ed Thompson vs. Juniata, 1933
    82, Bill Laughlin vs. Bucknell, 1966
    82, Tim Healy vs. Boston U., 1987
    82, Scott White vs. Maine, 1996
    80, Walt Paul vs. Swarthmore, 1941
    77, Tim Healy vs. Boston U., 1987
    74, Mike Anderson vs. UMass, 1983
    72, Rick Titus vs. E. Kentucky, 1982
    69, TimHealy vs. Lehigh, 1987
    68, Rick Titus vs. Lehigh, 1981
    68, Gene Vadas vs. UMass, 1990
    67, Al Brown vs. Villanova, 1973
    67, Gene Vadas vs. UNH, 1991
    67, Brian Meyers vs. Villanova, 1992
    66, Mike Schoenwolf vs. Temple, 1979
    65, Charles Smith vs. Muhlenberg,
    1949
    64, Chris Steiner vs. Ga. Southern,
    2001
    PUNT RETURNS
    MOST PUNT RETURNS (Game)
    8, Ron James vs. W. Chester, 1983
    8, Herb Orensky vs. Citadel, 1977
    MOST PUNT RETURNS
    (Season)
    41, Kevin Phelan, 1982
    33, Joe Campbell, 1983
    33, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    31, Admiral Sydnor, 1988
    31, Herky Billings, 1973
    31, Johnny Bush, 1971
    28, Herky Billings, 1972
    28, Anthony Ventresca, 1992
    28, Eddie Conti, 1995
    27, Keita Malloy, 1993
    27, Steve Schwartz, 1975
    MOST PUNT RETURNS (Career)
    99, Kevin Phelan, 19879-82
    88, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    66, Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    62, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    51, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    50, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    50, Steve Schwartz, 1973-75
    42, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    39, Joe Campbell, 1983-85
    36, Admiral Sydnor, 1987-90
    PUNT RETURN YARDS (Game)
    110, Eddie Conti, UNH, 1997
    107, Eddie Conti vs. Northeast., 1998
    100, Eddie Conti vs. Youngstown, 1995
    87, Bob Norris vs. W&M, 1986
    84, Anthony Ventresca vs. Boston U.,
    1992
    83, Bruce Carlyle vs. Boston U., 1965
    82, Lou Mariani vs. Va. Union, 1979
    79, Keita Malloy vs. W. Chester, 1993
    PUNT RETURN YARDS (Season)
    310, John Bush, 1971
    283, Kevin Phelan, 1982
    257, Craig Cummings, 2000
    241, Keita Malloy, 1993
    232, Courtney Batts, 1997
    218, Eddie Conti, 1995
    201, Lou Mariani, 1979
    194, Bob Norris, 1984
    192, Admiral Sydnor, 1988
    180, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    PUNT RETURN YARDS (Career)
    814, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    601, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    488, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    482, Antony Ventresca,1989-92
    436, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    417, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    312, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    263, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    237, Owen Brand, 1981-82
    218, Brett Veach, 1998-2001
    209, Admiral Sydnor, 1987-90
    PUNT RETURN AVG. (Season)
    16.8, Lou Mariani, 1979
    12.0, Eddie Conti, 1998
    10.7, Craig Cummings, 2000
    10.1, Brian Little, 1990
    9.9, Jack Turner, 1958
    9.5, Bob Norris, 1986
    9.4, John Bush, 1972
    9.3, Courtney Batts, 1997
    9.1, Clint Ware, 1962
    9.0, Anthony Ventresca, 1991
    8.9, Keita Malloy, 1993
    8.4, Anthony Ventresca, 1992
    8.2, Bob Norris, 1985
    8.1, Bob Norris, 1984
    8.1, Bruce Fad, 1971
    8.1, John Gilman, 1989
    PUNT RETURN AVG. (Career)
    11.3, Owen Brand, 1981-82
    10.5, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    10.4, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    10.4, Clint Ware, 1960-62
    10.4, Rick Cowen, 1976-78
    9.8, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    9.5, Karl Lorenz, 1960-62
    9.2, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    9.0, Jack Turner, 1957-59
    8.8, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    8.5, Bruce Fad, 1968-70
    8.2, Keita Malloy, 1990-93
    7.3, Anthony Verntresca, 1989-92
    7.3, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    PUNT RETURN TD (Game)
    1, 23 times, last – Femi Ayi vs. New
    Hampshire, 2000 (block)
    PUNT RETURN TD (Season)
    2, Don Miller, 1954
    PUNT RETURN TD (Career)
    3, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    2, Don Miller, 1951-54
    LONGEST PUNT RETURN
    85, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern, 1998
    83, Bruce Carlyle vs. Boston U., 1965
    80, Bob Norris vs. W&M, 1986
    80, Tom Fannon vs. PMC, 1952
    80, Walt Paul vs. Swarthmore, 1941
    76, Billy Cole vs. Wash. & Lee, 1948
    75, Lou Mariani vs. Va. Union, 1979
    75, Jim Carbonetti vs. W. Chester,
    1951
    72, Don Miller vs. Lehigh, 1954
    70, Don Miller vs. Temple, 1954
    69, Rick Cowen vs, N. Dakota, 1976
    66, Eddie Conti vs. Youngstown, 1995
    62, Keita Malloy vs. W. Chester, 1993
    62, Joe Slobojan vs. Lehigh, 1961
    60, Jimmy Zaiser vs. UNH, 1955
    56, Lou Mariani vs. Colgate, 1978
    54, Billy Cole vs. PMC, 1947
    KICKOFF RETURNS
    KICKOFF RETURNS (Game)
    8, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra, 1994
    7, Bob Norris vs. Arkansas St.,1986
    6, Steve Schwartz vs. Central
    Michigan, 1974
    6, Brett Veach vs. Lehigh, 1999
    5, Numerous times, last was Brett
    Veach vs. New Hampshire, 2001
    KICKOFF RETURNS (Season)
    31, Bob Norris, 1986
    26, Brett Veach, 1999
    26, Keita Malloy, 1993
    24, Bob Norris, 1984
    24, Eddie Conti, 1998
    23, Brett Veach, 2000
    23, Brett Veach, 2001
    21, Steve Schwartz, 1974
    20, Sam Brickley, 1968
    18, Admiral Sydnor, 1988
    18, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    18, Anthony Ventresca, 1992
    KICKOFF RETURNS (Career)
    72, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    70, Brett Veach, 1998-01
    68, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    51, Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    49, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    46, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    40, Craig Carroll, 1975-77
    39, Sam Brickley, 1967-69
    38, Lou Mariani, 1977-79
    38, Steve Schwartz, 1973-75
    37, John Cason, 1981-83
    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (Game)
    221, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra, 1994
    166, Eddie Conti vs. Villanova, 1997
    164, Brett Veach vs. UNH, 2001
    157, Brett Veach vs. W&M, 1999
    149, Bob Norris vs. Arkansas St., 1986
    146, Brett Veach vs. Villanova, 2000
    140, Brett Veach vs. Lehigh, 1999
    132, Dick Kelley vs. Boston U., 1970
    132, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (Season)
    698, Bob Norris, 1986
    555, Brett Veach, 2000
    529, Brett Veach, 1999
    502, Eddie Conti, 1998
    486, Bob Norris, 1984
    474, Brett Veach, 2001
    462, Sam Brickley, 1968
    459, Steve Schwartz, 1974
    444, Keita Malloy, 1993
    428, Eddie Conti, 1994
    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (Career)
    1,558 Brett Veach, 1998-01
    1,552, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    1,431, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    1,102, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    1,050, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    992, Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    979, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    795, Sam Brickley, 1967-69
    790, Steve Schwartz, 1973-75
    789, John Cason, 1981-83
    KICKOFF RETURN AVG. (Season)
    30.3, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    27.4, Johnny Bush, 1971
    25.5, Sam Brickley, 1968
    25.4, Randy Lanham, 1987
    25.0, Jim Lazarski, 1968
    24.1, Brett Veach, 2000
    23.8, Dick Kelley, 1970
    23.7, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    23.5, Gil Knight, 1988
    22.9, Shawn Kelley, 1987
    22.9, Pat Williams, 1994
    KICKOFF RETURN AVG. (Career)
    30.1, Bill Hopkins, 1963-64
    25.0, Denny Luker, 1956-58
    24.3, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    23.0, Dick Kelley, 1967-69
    22.5, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    22.2, Karl Lorenz, 1960-62
    22.2, Brett Veach, 1998-01
    21.5, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    21.3, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    21.3, John Cason, 1981-83
    21.3, Gil Knight, 1986-88
    KICKOFF RETURN TD (Game)
    1, 16 times, last Butter Pressey vs.
    Rhode Island, 1999
    KICKOFF RETURN TD (Season)
    2, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    KICKOFF RETURN TD (Career)
    2, Bill Hopkins, 1962-64
    LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
    99, Buck Thompson vs. Western
    Maryland, 1946
    97, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra,1994
    96, Brett Veach vs. Wm. & Mary, 1999
    95, Jimmy Zaiser vs. Muhlenburg, 1953
    95, Bill Hopkins vs. Lehigh, 1964
    95, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    94, Allen Kemske (14 yds.,) &
    Green (80 ) vs. Baltimore, 1933
    90, Billy Cole vs. Maryland, 1947
    90, Butter Pressey vs. Rhode Island,
    2000
    89, Bill Hopkins vs. Bucknell, 1964
    87, Anthony Ventresca vs. New
    Hampshire, 1991
    86, Stu Green vs. Lafayette, 1966
    74, Randy Lanham vs. UConn, 1987
    73, Pat Williams vs. Towson State,
    1992
    69, Brett Veach vs. Villanova, 2000
    66, Gil Knight vs. Rhode Island, 1988
    56, Admiral Sydnor vs. Maine, 1987
    56, Lou Mariani vs. Colgate, 1978
    56, Melvin Brooks vs. PMC, 1940
    55, Brett Veach vs. UNH, 2001
    54, Butter Pressey vs. New Hampshire,
    1999
    53, Larry Wagner vs. UNLV, 1974
    RETURNING PUNT AND KICKOFF
    FOR TD, SAME SEASON
    Anthony Ventresca, 1991
    Eddie Conti, 1998
    RETURNING PUT AND KICKOFF
    FOR TD, CAREER
    Anthony Ventresca, 1989-92
    Jimmy Zaiser, 1953-55
    Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    ALL-PURPOSE
    RUNNING
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (HALF)
    329, Eddie Conti vs. Northeastern,
    1998 (1st Half)
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (Game)
    401, Eddie Conti vs. Northeast., 1998
    401, Eddie Conti vs. UConn, 1998
    344, Eddie Conti vs. W&M, 1998
    282, Bill Hopkins vs. Lehigh, 1964
    275, Eddie Conti vs. Hofstra, 1994
    275, Lanue Johnson vs. Montana, 1993
    273, Bob Norris vs. W&M, 1986
    272, Daryl Brown vs. Northeast., 1994
    269, Daryl Brown vs. UMass, 1992
    266, Eddi Conti vs. Villanova, 1997
    262, Brett Veach vs. UNH, 2001
    248, Bob Norris vs. Arkansas St., 1986
    248, Craig Cummings vs. Hofstra, 2000
    246, Eddie Conti vs. Maine, 1996
    239, Brett Veach vs. Villanova, 2000
    227, Nate Beasley vs. Lehigh, 1975
    226, Dick Kelley vs. UMass, 1968
    224, Jimmy Zaiser vs. Muhlenberg,
    1953
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (Season)
    2,368, Eddie Conti, 1998
    2,267, Bob Norris, 1986
    1,647, Courtney Batts, 1997
    1,635, Lou Mariani, 1979
    1,553, Daryl Brown, 1993
    1,544, Nate Beasley, 1974
    1,523, Kevin Phelan, 1982
    1,520, Bill Hopkins, 1964
    1,476, Brett Veach, 2000
    1,445, Daryl Brown, 1992
    1,401, Craig Cummings, 2000
    1,399, Gardy Kahoe, 1971
    1,380, Kevin Phelan, 1981
    1,371, Daryl Brown, 1994
    1,361, Vern Roberts, 1974
    ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE (Career)
    6,096, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    4,870, Bob Norris, 1984-86
    4,831, Daryl Brown, 1991-94
    4,356, Courtney Batts, 1994-97
    4,033, Craig Cummings, 1997-2000
    3,728, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    3,725, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    3,637, Chuck Hall, 1968-70
    3,382, Brett Veach, 1998-01
    3,329, Kevin Phelan, 1979-82
    3,282, Lanue Johnson, 1990-93
    3,281, Jamin Elliott, 1998-01
    3,225, Nate Beasley, 1973-75
    3,185, Vern Roberts, 1972-74
    3,143, Butter Pressey, 1998-01
    3,142, Pat Williams, 1992-95
    3,035, Dick Kelley, 1968-70
    ALL-PURPOSE HIGHEST GAIN PER
    PLAY (Career)
    17.1, Eddie Conti, 1994-98
    INTERCEPTIONS
    MOST INTERCEPTIONS (Game)
    3, Warren McIntire vs. UMass, 1991
    3, Warren McIntire vs. Towson, 1992
    3, Bud Haggerty vs. Rutgers, 1931
    3, Ken Lucas vs. R. Island, 1986
    3, Dan Mulhern (LB) vs. Rhode
    Island, 1999
    3, George Schmitt vs. Morgan State,
    1980
    *3, K.C. Keeler (LB) vs. Jacksonville
    St., 1978
    3, Mike Randolph vs. Colgate, 1977
    3, Ken Bills vs. Buffalo, 1964
    2, by many players
    *= on three consecutive series
    MOST INTERCEPTIONS
    (Season)
    13, George Schmitt, 1982
    9, Ken Lucas, 1986
    9, Joe Purzycki, 1969
    9, Warren McIntire, 1991
    8, Bruce Fad, 1969
    7, Bob Pietuszka, 1976
    7, Ron Klein, 1970
    7, Dorrell Green, 1996
    7, DanMulhern (LB), 1999
    6, 12 times, last SidneyHaugabrook,
    2001
    MOST INTERCEPTIONS (Career)
    22, George Schmitt, 1980-82
    18, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    17, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    16, Ken Lucas, 1985-87
    15, Lou Reda, 1980-82
    15, Ron Klein, 1968-70
    14, Bill Maley, 1980-82
    13, Bernie Ebersole, 1972-74
    13, Joe Purzycki, 1967-69
    12, Phil Atwell, 1984-86
    11, Tyrone Jones, 1983-85
    11, Mike Harris, 1982-84
    11, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    11, Bruce Fad, 1968-70
    11, Bob Pietuszka, 1974-75
    11, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    INTERCEPTION YARDS (Game)
    106, Clint Ware (Lehigh), 1962
    100, Johnny Bush (Temple), 1975
    100, Paul Williams (Hofstra), 1995
    100, Ricardo Walker (Villanova), 2000
    INTERCEPTION YARDS (Season)
    208, Warren McIntire, 1991
    202, George Schmitt, 1982
    195, Jim O'Brien, 1971
    168, Kenny Bailey, 1995
    159, Dorrell Green, 1996
    154, Bruce Fad, 1969
    134, Kenny Bailey, 1993
    128, Kenny Lucas, 1986
    124, Bob Woods, 1979
    123, Johnny Bush, 1972
    INTERCEPTION YARDS (Career)
    408, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    296, George Schmitt, 1980-82
    269, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    254, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    245, Bruce Fad, 1968-70
    195, Jim O’Brien, 1970-72
    188, Johnny Bush, 1970-72
    179, Bob Woods, 1977-79
    175, Lou Reda, 1980-82
    163, Ken Lucas, 1985-87
    162, Ricardo Walker, 1999-
    LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN
    100, Johnny Bush vs. Temple, 1972
    100, Paul Williams vs. Hofstra, 1995
    100, Ricardo Walker vs. Villanova,
    2000
    97, Mike Adams vs. W. Chester, 2000
    96, Ken Lucas vs. UMass, 1986
    95, John Haney vs. Drexel, 1930
    94, Kenny Bailey vs. Lehigh, 1993
    93, Dorrell Green vs. Northeast., 1996
    90, David Loveland vs. Swarthmore,
    1926
    82, Arthur Huston vs. Lebanon Valley,
    1911
    75, Kenny Bailey vs. Youngstown, 1995
    75, Denis Hulme vs. Marshall, 1996
    74, Guy Ramsey vs. Lehigh, 1979
    74, Dave Witmer vs. Bucknell, 1973
    73, Scott Acker vs. Boston U., 1991
    73, Dan Woods vs. W. Maryland, 1942
    70, Jack Coulter vs. Lakehurst Naval
    Air Station, 1942
    66, Fred Schademen vs. Villanova,
    1971
    65, Jack Istnick vs. Gettysburg, 1963
    65, Dick Coles vs. Dickinson, 1922
    65, Fred “Rebel” Sloan vs. Washington
    (Md.), 1941
    65, Brian Smith vs. JMU, 1996
    64, K.C. Keeler vs. Temple, 1980
    64, Warren McIntire vs. UMass, 1991
    61, Vince Hyland vs. Youngstown
    State, 1979
    60, Bill Nash vs. F&M, 1947
    58, Clint Ware vs. Lehigh, 1962
    INTERCEPTION TD (Game)
    1, 68 times by 41 players, last –
    Ricardo Walker vs. New Hampshire,
    2001 (off lateral)
    INTERCEPTION TD (Season)
    2, Warren McIntire, 1991
    2, Jim O'Brien, 1971
    2, Jack Istnick, 1963
    2, Jim Otten, 1946
    INTERCEPTION TD (Career)
    3, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    2, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    2, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    2, Jim O'Brien, 1970-72
    2, Jack Istnick, 1963-64
    2, Karl Lorenz, 1960-62
    2, Jim Otten, 1946-48
    2, Ricardo Walker, 1999-
    PASS BREAKUPS
    PASS BREAKUPS (Season)
    22, Kenny Lucas, 1986
    17, Chris McDonald, 1986
    14, Marc Sydnor, 1988
    13, Tyrone Jones, 1985
    13, Paul Williams, 1993
    PASS BREAKUPS (Career)
    37, Kenny Lucas, 1984-86
    31, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96
    29, Marc Sydnor, 1988-91
    29, Tim Jacobs, 1989-92
    27, Paul Williams, 1992-95
    25, Jamie Belle,1994-97
    24, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    22, Scott Acker, 1990-93
    21, Warren McIntire, 1989-92
    20, Robin Callender, 1988-91
    20, Chris McDonald, 1985-87
    20, Tyrone Jones, 1983-85
    20, Mike Furline, 1997-2000
    TACKLES
    MOST TACKLES (Game)
    23, Darrell Booker vs. Temple, 1985
    23, Darrell Booker vs. W. Chester, 1987
    22, Bryan Bossard vs. Navy, 1988
    22, Ralph D’Angelovs. Navy, 1995
    20, Tony Hubbard vs. W&M, 1989
    20, Darrell Booker vs. Navy, 1985
    19, Ralph D’Angelo vs. Georgia
    Southern, 1997
    19, Sean Lenz vs. W&M, 1994
    19, Ralph D’Angelo vs. Lehigh, 1994
    19, Dan Mulhern vs. UNH, 2000
    18, Brian Smith vs. W. Chester, 1996
    18, Kenny Bailey vs. W&M, 1995
    17, Lamont Watson vs. W&M, 1998
    17, Brian McKenna vs. Richmond,
    1998
    17, Darrell Booker vs. Arkansas St.,
    1986
    17, Ralph D’Angelo vs. R. Island, 1994
    17, Brian Smith vs. Northeastern, 1996
    17, Brian McKenna vs. UMass, 1999
    17, Darrell Edmonds vs. Richmond,
    2000
    17, Dan Mulhern vs. Georgia
    Southern, 2000
    17, Darrell Edmonds vs. New
    Hampshire, 2001
    MOST TACKLES (Season)
    153, Darrell Booker, 1985
    145, Ralph D’Angelo, 1995
    144, Darrell Booker, 1986
    142, Ralph D’Angelo, 1997
    142, Dan Mulhern, 2000
    129, Brian Smith, 1996
    126, Ralph D’Angelo, 1994
    124, Dorrell Green, 1994 (DB)
    122, Bryan Bossard, 1988
    122, Mike Bandish, 1993
    121, Pat Mulhern, 1993
    121, Kenny Bailey, 1996
    118, Darrell Booker, 1984
    118, Brian McKenna, 1998
    115, Lamont Watson, 1998
    113, Todd Eller, 1990
    110, Greg Robertson, 1981
    109, Brian McKenna, 2000
    108, Greg Galeone, 1975
    108, Sam Miller, 1974 (DL)
    105, Gary Bello, 1975
    103, Geof Gardner, 1995
    101, Jerry Castafero, 1973
    101, Mike Bandish, 1992
    MOST TACKLES (Career)
    506, Darrell Booker, 1984-87
    433, Ralph D’Angelo, 1994-97
    414, Kenny Bailey, 1993-96 (SS)
    350, Dorrell Green, 1994-97
    341, Brian McKenna, 1997-2000
    338, Pat Mulhern, 1991-94
    317, Geof Gardner, 1993-96
    317, Mike Bandish, 1990-93
    310, Mark Hondru, 1993-96 (DL)
    293, Darrell Edmonds, 1998-01
    290, Dan Mulhern, 1999-
    285, Sam Miller, 1973-75
    275, Greg Robertson, 1981-83
    261, Dale Koscielski, 1994-98
    248, Todd Eller, 1987-90
    247, Mike Furline, 1997-2000
    246, Tim Jacobs, 1989-92 (CB)
    234, BrianSmith, 1996-97
    232, Chuck Brice, 1983-85
    232, Bob Wolford, 1988-91
    231, Denis Hulme, 1994-97
    230, Mike McCall, 1986-89
    222, Joe Valentino, 1979-82
    221, Shawn Riley, 1981-83
    220, Scott Acker, 1990-93
    215, Dennis Johnson, 1970-72
    209, Vaughn Dickinson, 1983-85
    206, Josh Mastrangelo, 1992-96
    205, Mike Renna, 1987-89
    204, Joe McGrail, 1983-86
    201, Bryan Bossar

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  • I haven't looked over all the messages in this thread but, I did see several of them. I am no expert at things like this but, I am thinking some of y'all are longcattin' it. Okay, sure, I may be way off-base here but, that is my general perception.

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  • Thanks Barney comrade. I missed Jammin Elliot the first time through.
    Based on theis thread I'd say UofDelaware>Bama. Who would have thought it.

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