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COLLEGE: (2013 preseason- South Carolina) Senior signal-caller who did not participate in spring drills as he continued to recover from surgery on his left foot performed on January 4... owns a 17-3 record as a starting quarterback, including a 10-0 mark at home... named SEC Offensive Player of the Week four times in his career... only the second player in South Carolina history (joining Jeff Grantz) to pass for over 3,000 yards and rush for over 1,000 yards in a career... is the Gamecocks' all-time leader in completion rate at 66.8 percent... his 32 career touchdown passes ranks seventh in school history... ranks ninth in pass completions (300)... holds the school record for consecutive completions with 20.
2012: Junior quarterback who started 11 of 13 games... missed two contests due to injury... named SEC Offensive Player of the Week twice... completed a school-record 67.5 percent of his passes... ranked third in the SEC and 10th in the country in pass efficiency (158.1)... second on the squad with 435 yards rushing and three TDs... rushed 14 times for 92 yards in the season opening win at Vanderbilt... suffered a right shoulder injury in that contest and did not play in week 2 against East Carolina... earned SEC co-Offensive Player of the Week honors for his efforts in the 31-10 win over Missouri... set a school record by completing 20-consecutive passes and finished the contest 20-for-21 for 249 yards and two touchdowns... also carried a dozen times for 41 yards... completed 15-of-18 passes for 148 yards and two scores in the win at Kentucky... also rushed 19 times for 76 yards in that contest... completed 35-of-39 passes in the two game stretch against Mizzou and Kentucky... was 6-of-10 for 162 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 14 times for 78 yards and a score in the Gamecocks' 35-7 dismantling of Georgia... earned a spot on Phil Steele's third-team Midseason All-SEC squad... named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts in the win over Tennessee... completed 22-of-32 passes for a career-high 356 yards with three touchdowns... also carried 18 times for 33 yards and a TD... completed 14-of-22 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns and also had a 10-yard TD run in the win over Arkansas... did not play in the regular season finale against Clemson due to a foot injury... was 18-for-26 for 224 yards and two TDs in the Outback Bowl win over Michigan... also rushed for 96 yards in that contest including a 64-yard burst, the longest of his career.
2011: Sophomore signal-caller who completed 65.4 percent of his passes for 1,448 yards with 14 touchdowns and six interceptions... also rushed 135 times for 525 yards with eight scores... became just the third Gamecock quarterback since 1971 to open his career with four straight wins, joining Steve Taneyhill (1992) and Chris Smelley (2007)... was shaky in his debut against East Carolina, completing 3-of-9 passes for 21 yards and rushing seven times for 26 yards in one quarter of action... second career start came against Kentucky and he responded with an SEC Offensive Player of the Week performance, completing 26-of-39 passes for 311 yards and four touchdowns... the four touchdown passes were the most for a Gamecock quarterback since Blake Mitchell in 2006... completed 20-of-28 passes for 155 yards with one touchdown and two picks in his first road start at Mississippi State... was 10-of-18 for 87 yards with one TD and one interception at Tennessee, but also rushed 16 times for 64 yards and a score... completed 16-of-25 passes for 128 yards with an interception and ran for two scores at Arkansas before leaving the game with a concussion... rushed for 88 yards on 16 carries against Florida... had an efficient 16-of-18 performance, throwing for 217 yards and three touchdowns against The Citadel, and also rushed 11 times for 90 yards, including a career-long 60-yard TD run... named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and named the Ernest Brooks Offensive MVP award for his performance against Clemson when he completed 14-of-20 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns and ran 19 times for a career-high 107 yards... recorded his two longest completions off the regular season, a 49-yard TD strike to Bruce Ellington and a 55-yard bomb to Rory Anderson... connected on a career-best 78 yard strike to Alshon Jeffery in the Capital One Bowl win over Nebraska... also found Jeffery on a 51-yard "Hail Mary" as time expired in the first half... completed 11-of-17 passes for 230 yards and two TDs and rushed 19 times for 42 yards and another score in leading the Gamecocks to their first bowl win since 2006... over the last three games, completed 41-of-55 passes (74.5 percent) for 657 yards and eight touchdowns with one interception... scored a rushing touchdown in each of the last six games... named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Sophomore quarterback who gained valuable experience in 2010... will be going through his second spring... looks to become an even more viable option to challenge incumbent Stephen Garcia for playing time this fall... considered a "gym rat" of sorts by the coaching staff... good feet with an ability to throw on the run... was considered the Most Improved Quarterback of the spring. 2010: True freshman quarterback who graduated from high school early to enroll at South Carolina in the spring... quickly worked his way up the depth chart and entered the season listed on the second team behind Stephen Garcia... played in nine games... was the team's fourth-leading rusher. HIGH SCHOOL: Dual-threat quarterback graduated in December 2009... played for his father, Lee Shaw... squad finished 10-4 and reached the state semifinals... team finished as the runner-up in the AAA division. PERSONAL: Connor Shaw is pursuing a degree in business... father, Lee, played fooball at Western Carolina... mother, Dawn, played basketball at North Georgia... brother, Jaybo, is a quarterback at Georgia Southern.
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