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Old 03-26-2020, 05:53 PM   #1
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The Rise of the Carnegie Mellon Tartans (NCAA Football 08)



Pessimism, Confusion Surrounds Bold Leap
Never has there been an institution jump from NCAA Division III to Division I competition, until now


by Bryan Smith, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist
PITTSBURGH -- This past January, when Carnegie Mellon introduced its new athletic director Daniel Corrigan, excitement filled Skibo Gymnasium.

Corrigan’s resume spoke for itself, as he created power programs at previous stops as athletic director, Mary Hardin-Baylor in Texas and Pittsburg State in Kansas. The Tartan faithful expected a quick rise in results across the department – including national championships – while maintaining the rigorous academic standards that the university was known for.

But no one – and I mean no one – expected Corrigan to make an unprecedented leap in just his first six months in charge.

So when Carnegie Mellon takes the field on Thursday, August 31 at Youngstown State in its inaugural contest as a NCAA Division I – repeat, Division One – program, it is entering uncharted territory. Never once as a Division III school made the leap to Division I competition. In fact, it’s such a rarity that the NCAA had to sign off on a waiver to allow CMU to make such a jump.

Corrigan’s Tartans, under the direction of first-year head coach John Elliott, will spend two years as a Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) independent before entering the Football Bowl Subdivision ranks. That’s if the program makes it that long before tucking its tail between its legs and backtracking to Division III competition.

Come on, not even kids playing the new EA Sports NCAA Football video game would attempt something like this! We as a city have clamored for an on-campus football stadium for the University of Pittsburgh, and instead we get another Division I program? You could make a weak argument for either local FCS program Duquesne or Robert Morris to move up to FBS ball – and it would be light – but Carnegie Mellon?

Before I’m accused of being too negative, let’s take at some positives.

The potential elite high school recruits that value an education and want to go pro in something other than sports? Potential Tartans, I suppose.

The publicity that CMU has received for this mind-blowing leap? All publicity is good publicity – at least that’s what they tell me.

The Tartans’ projection of being a fringe Top 25 team in Division III prior to this? Maybe they’ll only lose by 50 to Pitt in October.

Listen, I’m sure Corrigan has done his research and has some explanation for making this move. And I can’t argue with the man’s credentials at this point, considering the work he’s done at his previous two stops and all the Athletic Director of the Year awards.

But he might have bitten off more than he can chew with this one. I’m sure there are students on campus that have dreamt of hosting programs such as Notre Dame and Penn State at Gesling Stadium, but visions often distort reality.

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Game: NCAA Football 07 / NCAA Football 08*
Console: PS2 (played on the OG PS3)
Quarter Length: 8 minutes

House Rules:
Recruiting: I can only target recruits with A-/A/A+ awareness during in and off-season cycles; I can only recruit potential student-athletes of three-star quality or below until the program has reached three-star prestige; I can only accept transfers with acceptable awareness ratings; I can not target any junior college recruits
Scheduling: My first two schedules will feature all FCS programs with a split of 4-8 home-away in the first season and 6-6 home-away in the second season, as well as a yearly rivalry game with Pitt; The rivalry with Pitt will feature primarily on its home field until CMU has reached a two-star prestige level; Once fully into FBS competition, I will schedule based on the program’s level, like being a “buy” opponent for elite programs
Players Leaving: I can not stop a player from leaving early, whether it be to the NFL Draft or by transfer; I can not cut any players unless roster limits are forced upon me
In-Season Suspensions: Length of player suspensions will be based on the game-recommended option UNLESS it is an academic violation, which in that case, the ban will be doubled the recommendation with a minimum of two games (ex. two-quarter suspension becomes two games rather than one game)
Coaching Contracts: If/when a coach is fired from his job at CMU, I will create a new coach to take over; if a coach receives an offer from a program with a higher prestige rating, they are required to take it and then I will take over CMU with a new created coach
Roster Template: I used the Academic template but will nerf everyone’s rating to 48 or below besides two offensive players and two defensive players that can have a peak rating of 56
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The University
Name: Carnegie Mellon University
Established: 1900
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.
Colors: Cardinal, Black, Grey, and White
Nickname: Tartans


Program History
First Season: 1906
All-Time Record: 480-371-26 (.562)
Undefeated Seasons: 1
- 1954 (7-0-1)
NCAA Postseason Record: 2-5 (.286)
NCAA Postseason Appearances: 1978, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1990
Bowl Record: 1-2 (.333)
Bowl History:
- 1938 Sugar Bowl (#1 TCU 15, #6 Carnegie Tech 7)
- 1999 ECAC Bowl (Carnegie Mellon 28, Frostburg State 10)
- 2009 Champs Sports Bowl (#14 Iowa 33, Carnegie Mellon 20)


Season Reviews
2006
- Record: 1-11
- Head Coach: John Elliott (first season)
- Postseason: None
2007
- Record: 5-7
- Head Coach: John Elliott (second season)
- Postseason: None
2008
- Record: 3-9 (2-6 MAC)
- Head Coach: John Elliott (third season)
- Postseason: None
2009
- Record: 7-7 (5-2 MAC)
- Head Coach: John Elliott (fourth season)
- Postseason: lost to #16 Toledo, 33-27, in MAC Championship Game; lost to #14 Iowa, 33-20, in Champs Sports Bowl


Recruiting History
2007
- Rankings: 157th NCAA
- Star Breakdown: 3 ***, 5 **, 2 *
- Top Signing: Jim Manning, HB, *** (6’1”, 190 lbs.; Reisterstown, Md. / Franklin HS)
2008
- Rankings: 51st NCAA, 1st MAC
- Star Breakdown: 9 ***, 6 **, 1 *
- Top Signing: Jason Baker, OT, *** (6'4", 313 lbs.; Regina, Saskatchewan / Luther College)
2009
- Rankings: 106th NCAA, 11th MAC
- Star Breakdown: 3 ***, 6 **, 5 *
- Top Signing: Matt Burnsides, DT, *** (6'3", 280 lbs.; Hyattsville, Md. / Northwest HS)
2010
- Rankings: 74th NCAA, 5th MAC
- Star Breakdown: 2 ***, 10 **, 6 *
- Top Signing: Travis Sledge, WR, *** (6'2", 169 lbs.; East Norriton, Pa. / Norristown HS)


Major Award Winners
Associated Press All-America First Team
- 2009: Jim Manning, Jr., HB | 330 carries, 1,936 yards, 23 TD; 38 catches, 406 yards, 4 TD
Associated Press Freshman All-America Team
- 2008: Mark Toth, Fr., MLB | 50 tackles (9 TFL), 3 sacks, 6 INT, 3 FF, 1 FR
- 2009: Matt Burnsides, Fr., DT | 49 tackles (20 TFL), 8 sacks, 2 FF, 1 FR
- 2009: Jon Crowell, R-Fr., RS | 31 kick returns, 675 yards; 14 punt returns, 150 yards, 1 TD
MAC Freshman of the Year
- 2008: Mark Toth, Fr., MLB | 50 tackles (9 TFL), 3 sacks, 6 INT, 3 FF, 1 FR
- 2009: Matt Burnsides, Fr., DT | 49 tackles (20 TFL), 8 sacks, 2 FF, 1 FR
Sports Network FCS Freshman All-America Team
- 2007: Jim Manning, Fr., HB | 203 carries, 1,291 yards, 10 TD; 3 catches, 48 yards, 0 TD; 1 kick return, 82 yards, 1 TD


Steel City Showdown History
Pittsburgh leads Carnegie Mellon, 29-5-1

Oct. 27, 1906: W.U.P. 31, Carnegie Tech 0
Oct. 12, 1907: W.U.P. 6, Carnegie Tech 0
Nov. 3, 1908: Pittsburgh 22, Carnegie Tech 0
Nov. 19, 1910: Pittsburgh 35, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Nov. 14, 1914: Pittsburgh 14, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Nov. 13, 1915: Pittsburgh 28, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Nov. 18, 1916: Pittsburgh 14, Carnegie Tech 6 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Nov. 17, 1917: Pittsburgh 28, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Nov. 19, 1919: Pittsburgh 17, Carnegie Tech 7 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Nov. 27, 1923: Carnegie Tech 7, Pittsburgh 2 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Forbes Field]
Oct. 25, 1924: Carnegie Tech 6, Pittsburgh 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 24, 1925: Pittsburgh 12, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 23, 1926: Carnegie Tech 14, Pittsburgh 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 22, 1927: Pittsburgh 23, Carnegie Tech 7 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 27, 1928: Carnegie Tech 6, Pittsburgh 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 16, 1929: Pittsburgh 34, Carnegie Tech 13 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 8, 1930: Pittsburgh 7, Carnegie Tech 6 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 7, 1931: Pittsburgh 14, Carnegie Tech 6 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 19, 1932: Pittsburgh 6, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 30, 1933: Pittsburgh 16, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 29, 1934: Pittsburgh 20, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 28, 1935: Carnegie Tech 0, Pittsburgh 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 26, 1936: Pittsburgh 31, Carnegie Tech 14 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 30, 1937: Pittsburgh 25, Carnegie Tech 14 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 5, 1938: Carnegie Tech 20, Pittsburgh 10 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 11, 1939: Pittsburgh 6, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 9, 1940: Pittsburgh 6, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Nov. 29, 1941: Pittsburgh 27, Carnegie Tech 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 31, 1942: Pittsburgh 19, Carnegie Tech 6 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
Oct. 30, 1943: Pittsburgh 45, Carnegie Tech 6 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Pitt Stadium]
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Oct. 12, 2006: Pittsburgh 38, Carnegie Mellon 7 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Heinz Field]
Sept. 15, 2007: Pittsburgh 35, Carnegie Mellon 0 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Heinz Field]
Sept. 20, 2008: Pittsburgh 42, Carnegie Mellon 16 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Heinz Field]
Sept. 19, 2009: Pittsburgh 36, Carnegie Mellon 8 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Heinz Field]
Sept. 11, 2010: Pittsburgh 35, Carnegie Mellon 25 | Pittsburgh, Pa. [Heinz Field]

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Year-by-Year Results
2006 (1-11)
08/31 | at Youngstown State | L, 3-42
09/09 | at Maine | L, 3-27
09/16 | at James Madison | L, 0-30
09/23 | WESTERN ILLINOIS | L, 7-21
10/07 | at Montana | L, 0-31
10/12 | at Pittsburgh | L, 7-38
10/21 | HARVARD | L, 0-20
10/28 | at Furman | L, 3-17
11/04 | SHIPPENSBURG | W, 27-24
11/11 | at Princeton | L, 10-17 (OT)
11/18 | at Stephen F. Austin | L, 7-13
11/25 | RICHMOND | L, 7-33
2007 (5-7)
09/01 | at Penn | L, 6-19
09/08 | INDIANA STATE | W, 22-21
09/15 | at Pittsburgh | L, 0-35
09/22 | at Southern Illinois | L, 23-35
09/28 | RHODE ISLAND | L, 54-55 (2 OT)
10/07 | SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE | L, 0-37
10/13 | at McNeese State | W, 13-10
10/20 | at Dartmouth | W, 21-6
10/27 | VILLANOVA | W, 24-21
11/10 | HOFSTRA | L, 7-15
11/17 | TOWSON | L, 14-35
11/24 | at Idaho State | W, 48-20
2008 (3-9, 2-6 MAC)
09/06 | at #18 Wisconsin | L, 10-43
09/13 | TULANE | L, 7-34
09/20 | at Pittsburgh | L, 16-42
09/27 | BUFFALO * | W, 45-35
10/04 | at Central Michigan * | L, 21-49
10/09 | BOWLING GREEN * | L, 21-49
10/18 | MIAMI (OHIO) * | L, 3-27
10/25 | at Akron * | L, 14-21
11/08 | at Ohio * | W, 37-35
11/15 | DUKE | W, 41-37
11/22 | at Western Michigan * | L, 10-42
11/27 | NORTHERN ILLINOIS * | L, 14-38
* - Mid-American Conference (MAC) game
2009 (7-7, 6-2 MAC)
09/05 | at #25 Rutgers | L, 7-34
09/12 | YALE | W, 59-28
09/19 | at Pittsburgh | L, 8-36
09/26 | at Ball State * | L, 14-42
10/03 | BOWLING GREEN * | W, 45-31
10/10 | at Toledo * | L, 32-54
10/17 | at Western Michigan * | W, 43-14
10/31 | EASTERN MICHIGAN * | W, 51-31
11/07 | at Miami (Ohio) * | W, 38-17
11/14 | MARYLAND | L, 14-43
11/21 | KENT STATE * | W, 34-21
11/28 | BUFFALO * | W, 31-26
12/12 | vs. #16 Toledo & | L, 27-33
12/28 | vs. #14 Iowa $ | L, 20-33
* - Mid-American Conference (MAC) game
& - MAC Championship Game
$ - Champs Sports Bowl

2010 (5-3, 4-0 MAC)
09/04 | at Duke | W, 52-7
09/11 | at Pittsburgh | L, 25-35
09/18 | at #1 Penn State | L, 14-45
09/25 | BALL STATE * | W, 45-20
10/02 | at Bowling Green * | W, 42-41
10/09 | TOLEDO * | W, 43-21
10/16 | WESTERN MICHIGAN * | W, 38-20
10/23 | ARMY | L, 14-21
10/30 | at Eastern Michigan * | 12:30 PM
11/06 | MIAMI (OHIO) * | 3:30 PM
11/20 | at Kent State * | 12:30 PM
11/27 | at Buffalo * | 12:30 PM
* - Mid-American Conference (MAC) game


Year-by-Year Statistical Leaders
QB Rating
- 2006: Alex Smith, Fr. (72.1)
- 2007: Justin Keyes, Fr. (89.7)
- 2008: Justin Keyes, So. (89.5)
- 2009: Justin Keyes, Jr. (126.5)
Passing Yards
- 2006: Andre Miller, R-Sr. (554)
- 2007: Justin Keyes, Fr. (1,179)
- 2008: Justin Keyes, So. (1,250)
- 2009: Justin Keyes, Jr. (2,202)
Passing Touchdowns
- 2006: David Ford, R-Sr.; Andre Miller, R-Sr.; Alex Smith, Fr. (1)
- 2007: Justin Keyes, Fr. (3)
- 2008: Justin Keyes, So. (7)
- 2009: Justin Keyes, Jr. (16)
Passing Interceptions
- 2006: Alex Smith, Fr. (8)
- 2007: Justin Keyes, Fr. (8)
- 2008: Justin Keyes, So. (19)
- 2009: Justin Keyes, Jr. (20)
Rushing Yards
- 2006: Robert Riley, Jr. (1,034)
- 2007: Jim Manning, Fr. (1,291)
- 2008: Jim Manning, So. (1,396)
- 2009: Jim Manning, Jr. (1,936)
Rushing Touchdowns
- 2006: Robert Riley, Jr. (2)
- 2007: Jim Manning, Fr. (10)
- 2008: Jim Manning, So. (10)
- 2009: Jim Manning, Jr. (23)
Catches
- 2006: Pete Carlson, So. (69)
- 2007: Pete Carlson, Jr. (51)
- 2008: Pete Carlson, Sr. (31)
- 2009: Kevin Cousins, R-Sr. (79)
Receiving Yards
- 2006: Pete Carlson, So. (566)
- 2007: Pete Carlson, Jr. (544)
- 2008: Kevin Cousins, R-Jr. (301)
- 2009: Kevin Cousins, R-Sr. (1,124)
Receiving Touchdowns
- 2006: Pete Carlson, So.; Al Jackson, Jr.; Kurt Thompson, Fr. (1)
- 2007: Pete Carlson, Jr. (2)
- 2008: David Young, Fr.; Kurt Thompson, Jr. (2)
- 2009: Kevin Cousins, R-Sr. (7)
Tackles
- 2006: Curtis Willis, Jr. (65)
- 2007: Matt Johnson, Fr. (74)
- 2008: Matt Johnson, So. (70)
- 2009: Matt Johnson, Jr. (84)
Sacks
- 2006: Devon Elliott, So. (8)
- 2007: Matt Johnson, Fr. (5)
- 2008: Matt Johnson, So. (5)
- 2009: Matt Burnsides, Fr. (8)
Interceptions
- 2006: Raymond Cooper, Jr. (3)
- 2007: Aaron Crosby, Fr.; Calvin Burton, Fr.; Hayden Temple, Fr. (4)
- 2008: Calvin Burton, So. (7)
- 2009: Todd Andriano, So. (7)
Made Field Goals
- 2006: Justin Thompson, Jr. (7)
- 2007: Justin Thompson, Sr. (7)
- 2008: Jon Foster, Fr. (9)
- 2009: Jon Foster, So. (12)
Net Punt Average
- 2006: Brad Jones, So. (40.7)
- 2007: Brad Jones, Jr. (34.4)
- 2008: Brad Jones, Sr. (28.5)
- 2009: Andy Fitzhugh, Fr. (27.7)
Kick Return Yards
- 2006: Pete Carlson, So. (811)
- 2007: Jim Manning, Fr. (505)
- 2008: Pete Carlson, Sr. (664)
- 2009: Jon Crowell, R-Fr. (675)
Punt Return Yards
- 2006: Raymond Cooper, So. (77)
- 2007: Pete Carlson, Jr. (120)
- 2008: Jim Manning, So. (48)
- 2009: Jon Crowell, R-Fr. (150)

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Carnegie Mellon Hall of Fame
1926 Carnegie Tech Football Team
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Notables: 7-2 overall record; defeated an undefeated Knute Rockne-coached Notre Dame team, 19-0, at Forbes Field - the fourth greatest upset in college football history according to ESPN
Howard Harpster, QB/DB/K/P (1926-28)
- Awards: All-America First Team (1928)
- Career Stats: N/A
- Notables: Carnegie Tech posted a 19-7-1 record with Harpster under center, including wins over Notre Dame in 1926 and 1928
Ken Murawski, LB (1978-81)
- Awards: Kodak All-America First Team (1981), Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention (1981), 2x All-PAC First Team (1980, 1981)
- Career Stats: 243 tackles, 9 INT
- Notables: Carnegie Mellon went 34-5-1 with Murawski, winning three PAC titles (1978, 1979, 1981) and making the 1978 and 1979 NCAA Playoffs
Lloyd Yoder, T (1923-26)
- Awards: All-America First Team (1926)
- Career Stats: N/A
- Notables: Part of Carnegie Tech team that defeated Notre Dame in 1926


Carnegie Mellon in the NFL (Players)
Calvin Burton, CB (2010-present)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: None
- Teams: New Orleans Saints (2010)
- Draft Info: 6th round, 185th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2010 NFL Draft
Don Campbell, T (1939-40)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates/Steelers (1939-40)
Ray Carnelly, HB (1939)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 15 carries, 64 yards; 1 catch, 5 yards; 0.0 QB rtg., 3-14, 35 yards, 3 INT
- Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers (1939)
- Draft Info: 14th round, 125th overall by the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1939 NFL Draft
Merl Condit, HB (1940-43, 1945-46)
- Awards: 2x Pro Bowl (1940, 1942)
- Career Stats: 421 carries, 1,713 yards, 11 TD; 32 catches, 323 yards, 2 TD; 7.6 QB rtg., 10-48, 152 yards, 1 TD, 6 INT
- Teams: Pittsburgh Steelers (1940, 1946), Brooklyn Dodgers (1941-43), Washington Redskins (1945)
- Draft Info: 2nd round, 15th overall by the Cleveland Rams in the 1940 NFL Draft
Cliff Dolaway, E (1935)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 2 catches, 42 yards
- Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates (1935)
Bill Donohoe, E (1927)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 2 TD (1 rush, 1 rec)
- Teams: Frankford Yellow Jackets (1927)
Latham Flanagan, FB (1931)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: None
- Teams: Chicago Bears (1931), Chicago Cardinals (1931)
Matt Johnson, OLB (2010-present)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: None
- Teams: Tennessee Titans (2010)
Bull Karcis, FB/BB/HB (1932-39, 1943)
- Awards: Pro Bowl (1938)
- Career Stats: 557 carries, 1,799 yards, 11 TD; 17 catches, 152 yards; 27.8 QB rtg., 3-12, 25 yards, 1 TD, 3 INT
- Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers (1932-35), Pittsburgh Pirates (1936-38), New York Giants (1938-39, 1943)
- Notables: NFL champion (1938)
George Kavel, HB (1934)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 7 carries, 10 yards
- Teams: Philadelphia Eagles (1934), Pittsburgh Pirates (1934)
Jack Lee, BB (1939)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 39.6 QB rtg., 0-1, 0 yards; 1 punt, 44 yards
- Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates (1939)
- Draft Info: 10th round, 81st overall by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1939 NFL Draft
Jim Manning, HB (2010-present)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: None
- Teams: Chicago Bears (2010)
- Draft Info: 7th round, 209th overall by the Chicago Bears in the 2010 NFL Draft
Earl Marshall, E (1920)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Teams: Cleveland Tigers (1920)
Saul Mielziner, C/G/T/LB (1929-34)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Teams: New York Giants (1929-30), Brooklyn Dodgers (1931-34)
Joe Mills, C/E/TB/G/WB (1922-26)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 1 TD (1 rush), 1 XP
- Teams: Akron Pros/Indians (1922-26)
Hap Moran, B (1926-33)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 86 carries, 270 yards, 13 TD; 9 catches, 161 yards, 9 TD; 107.3 QB rtg., 12-21, 91 yards, 7 TD* (*stats are not complete)
- Teams: Frankford Yellow Jackets (1926-27), Chicago Cardinals (1927), Pottsville Maroons (1928), New York Giants (1928-33)
- Notables: NFL champion (1926)
Obie Newman, E/TB/WB (1925-26)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 1 TD (1 rec), 1 XP
- Teams: Akron Pros/Indians (1925-26), Hammond Pros (1926)
Maury Patt, E (1938-42)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 41 catches, 460 yards, 2 TD; 15 carries, 66 yards
- Teams: Detroit Lions (1938), Cleveland Rams (1939-42)
- Draft Info: 5th round, 47th overall by the Detroit Lions in the 1937 NFL Draft
Bill Rieth, C (1941-42, 1944-45)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 1 INT
- Teams: Cleveland Rams (1941-42, 1944-45)
- Notables: NFL champion (1945)
James Robertson, B (1924-25)
- Awards: GB Press-Gazette All-Pro Second Team (1925)
- Career Stats: 2 TD (1 rush, 1 rec)
- Teams: Akron Pros (1924-25)
John Schmidt, C (1940)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Teams: Pittsburgh Steelers (1940)
Hugh Sprinkle, T/G (1923-25)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Teams: Akron Pros (1923-24), Cleveland Bulldogs (1925)
Ray Tesser, E/DE (1933-34)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 19 catches, 349 yards; 39.6 QB rtg., 0-2, 0 yards
- Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates (1933-34)
Milt Wilson, T/G/TB (1923-24)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: N/A
- Teams: Akron Pros (1923-24)


Carnegie Mellon in the NFL (Head Coaches)
Bull Karcis (1942)
- Awards: None
- Career Stats: 0-8 (.000) record, 1 season
- Teams: Detroit Lions (1942)

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BCS Championship Game
2006: #2 Oklahoma (13-0) 21, #1 Michigan (12-0) 0 | Glendale, Ariz. [University of Phoenix Stadium]
2007: #2 Utah (11-1) 31, #1 West Virginia (12-0) 28 | New Orleans, La. [Louisiana Superdome]
2008: #1 USC (12-0) 31, #2 Oklahoma (13-0) 24 | Miami, Fla. [Dolphin Stadium]
2009: #1 Penn State (12-0) 28, #2 West Virginia (12-0) 14 | Pasadena, Calif. [Rose Bowl]


Other BCS Bowls
Rose Bowl
- 2006: #4 USC (11-1) 21, #3 LSU (11-1) 14
- 2007: #6 Ohio State (11-1) 31, #3 USC (10-2) 24 (OT)
- 2008: #3 Penn State (10-1) 47, #4 Texas (11-1) 14
- 2009: #13 UCLA (10-2) 49, #3 Texas A&M (11-1) 44
Orange Bowl
- 2006: #10 Clemson (12-1) 31, #20 Pittsburgh (10-2) 28
- 2007: #15 Florida State (10-3) 38, #5 Texas (12-1) 31
- 2008: #6 West Virginia (11-1) 38, #5 Miami (Fla.) (11-2) 10
- 2009: #11 Clemson (11-2) 30, #7 Florida (10-2) 20
Sugar Bowl
- 2006: #6 Texas (10-2) 31, #7 Florida (11-2) 28
- 2007: #4 Penn State (9-2) 27, #19 Arkansas (10-3) 12
- 2008: #8 Georgia (11-2) 35, #10 UCLA (10-2) 28
- 2009: #8 Miami (Fla.) (11-2) 38, #5 Tennessee (12-1) 31
Fiesta Bowl
- 2006: #5 Ohio State (11-1) 49, #17 Utah (11-1) 17
- 2007: #17 Colorado (11-2) 33, #7 Florida (12-1) 29
- 2008: #7 Ohio State (10-2) 51, #9 LSU (11-2) 21
- 2009: #10 Notre Dame (11-1) 46, #4 Oklahoma (11-2) 39


Major Award History
Heisman Memorial Trophy
- 2006: Brady Quinn, Sr., QB, Notre Dame (170.8 QB rtg., 276-411, 3,682 yards, 42 TD, 11 INT)
- 2007: Tim Tebow, So., QB, Florida (169.7 QB rtg., 278-414, 3,518 yards, 47 TD, 13 INT; 71 carries, 239 yards, 3 TD)
- 2008: Mark Sanchez, R-Jr., QB, USC (180.2 QB rtg., 261-410, 4,050 yards, 54 TD (2 rush), 17 INT)
- 2009: Jerrod Johnson, Sr., QB, Texas A&M (184.8 QB rtg., 230-371, 3,817 yards, 53 TD, 20 INT; 113 carries, 646 yards, 8 TD)
Maxwell Award
- 2006: Darren McFadden, So., HB, Arkansas (318 carries, 2,037 yards, 23 TD; 15 catches, 282 yards, 1 TD)
- 2007: Pat White, R-Jr., QB, West Virginia (155.0 QB rtg., 129-223, 1,667 yards, 25 TD, 3 INT; 173 carries, 1,135 yards, 14 TD)
- 2008: Graham Harrell, R-Sr., QB, Texas Tech (176.8 QB rtg., 373-532, 4,843 yards, 61 TD (2 rush), 17 INT)
- 2009: Jerrod Johnson, Sr., QB, Texas A&M (184.8 QB rtg., 230-371, 3,817 yards, 53 TD, 20 INT; 113 carries, 646 yards, 8 TD)
Chuck Bednarik Award
- 2006: Rufus Alexander, R-Sr., OLB, Oklahoma (79 tackles (22 TFL), 7 sacks, 5 INT, 2 FF, 1 TD)
- 2007: Brandon Spikes, So., MLB, Florida (65 tackles (17 TFL), 5 sacks, 9 INT, 3 FF, 2 FR, 1 TD)
- 2008: Jonathan Casillas, Sr., OLB, Wisconsin (71 tackles (12 TFL), 4 sacks, 7 INT, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD)
- 2009: Andy Mattingly, R-Sr., OLB, Washington State (102 tackles (10 TFL), 3 sacks, 12 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD)
Davey O'Brien Award
- 2006: Brian Hampton, Sr., QB, Navy (109.0 QB rtg., 116-206, 1,256 yards, 7 TD, 10 INT; 226 carries, 1,613 yards, 21 TD)
- 2007: Pat White, R-Jr., QB, West Virginia (155.0 QB rtg., 129-223, 1,667 yards, 25 TD, 3 INT; 173 carries, 1,135 yards, 14 TD)
- 2008: Graham Harrell, R-Sr., QB, Texas Tech (176.8 QB rtg., 373-532, 4,843 yards, 61 TD (2 rush), 17 INT)
- 2009: Jerrod Johnson, Sr., QB, Texas A&M (184.8 QB rtg., 230-371, 3,817 yards, 53 TD, 20 INT; 113 carries, 646 yards, 8 TD)
Doak Walker Award
- 2006: Darren McFadden, So., HB, Arkansas (318 carries, 2,037 yards, 23 TD; 15 catches, 282 yards, 1 TD)
- 2007: Jamil Walker, Sr., HB, Wisconsin (318 carries, 1,921 yards, 26 TD; 10 catches, 159 yards)
- 2008: Ray Rice, Sr., HB, Rice (172 carries, 1,237 yards, 22 TD; 22 catches, 345 yards, 4 TD)
- 2009: Caleb King, Jr., HB, Georgia (245 carries, 1,881 yards, 22 TD; 12 catches, 300 yards, 2 TD)
Fred Biletnikoff Award
- 2006: Jarrett Hicks, R-Sr., WR, Texas Tech (109 catches, 1,600 yards, 13 TD)
- 2007: Percy Harvin, R-Fr., WR, Florida (83 catches, 1,177 yards, 13 TD)
- 2008: Vidal Hazleton, Jr., WR, USC (84 catches, 1,334 yards, 18 TD)
- 2009: Dominique Douglas, Sr., WR, Iowa (86 catches, 1,249 yards, 14 TD)
John Mackey Award
- 2006: Mark Hafner, R-So., TE, Houston (41 catches, 787 yards, 12 TD)
- 2007: Zach Miller, Sr., TE, Arizona State (36 catches, 702 yards, 8 TD)
- 2008: Chase Coffman, Sr., TE, Missouri (37 catches, 592 yards, 11 TD)
- 2009: John Allen, R-Sr., TE, Toledo (70 catches, 1,358 yards, 13 TD)
Outland Trophy
- 2006: Leon Hart, Jr., OT, Auburn (36 pancakes, 4 sacks allowed)
- 2007: Eric Vanden Heuvel, Jr., OT, Wisconsin (44 pancakes, 3 sacks allowed)
- 2008: Greg Isdaner, R-Jr., G, West Virginia (30 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)
- 2009: Jon Walko, R-Sr., OT, West Virginia (32 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)
Dave Rimington Award
- 2006: James Rossi, Sr., C, Navy (28 pancakes, 1 sack allowed)
- 2007: Kyle Gunther, R-Sr., C, Utah (32 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)
- 2008: Mike Dent, R-Sr., C, West Virginia (18 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)
- 2009: Derek Hayes, Jr., C, West Virginia (32 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)
Rotary Lombardi Award
- 2006: Alan Branch, Jr., DE, Michigan (60 tackles (26 TFL), 12 sacks, 3 FF)
- 2007: Vernon Gholston, Sr., DE, Ohio State (49 tackles (26 TFL), 8 sacks, 2 FF, 3 FR, 1 TD)
- 2008: Kory Bolen, Fr., DE, Columbia (81 tackles (29 TFL), 13 sacks, 2 FF, 3 FR)
- 2009: Eddie Jones, R-Jr., DE, Texas (55 tackles (19 TFL), 8 sacks, 1 INT, 2 FF, 1 TD)
Dick Butkus Award
- 2006: Cameron Jansen, R-Sr., OLB, BYU (92 tackles (20 TFL), 6 sacks, 4 INT, 2 FF, 5 FR, 1 TD)
- 2007: Brandon Spikes, So., MLB, Florida (65 tackles (17 TFL), 5 sacks, 9 INT, 3 FF, 2 FR, 1 TD)
- 2008: Jonathan Casillas, Sr., OLB, Wisconsin (71 tackles (12 TFL), 4 sacks, 7 INT, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD)
- 2009: Andy Mattingly, R-Sr., OLB, Washington State (102 tackles (10 TFL), 3 sacks, 12 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD)
Jim Thorpe Award
- 2006: Laron Landry, Sr., FS, LSU (45 tackles (4 TFL), 8 INT, 2 FF, 1 FR)
- 2007: David Roach, R-Sr., FS, TCU (35 tackles (8 TFL), 2 sacks, 7 INT, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD)
- 2008: Joe Haden, So., CB, Florida (31 tackles, 9 INT, 1 FF, 2 FR, 5 TD)
- 2009: Darian Hagan, R-Jr., FS, California (37 tackles (4 TFL), 1 sack, 5 INT, 2 FF, 3 FR, 1 TD)
Lou Groza Award
- 2006: Garrett Rivas, Sr., K, Michigan (14-19 FG, 62-62 XP)
- 2007: Randy McMillan, Fr., K, Florida (12-16 FG, 71-73 XP)
- 2008: Pat McAfee, Sr., K, West Virginia (15-19 FG, 65-65 XP)
- 2009: Xavier Holmes, So., K, California (19-26 FG, 53-53 XP)
Ray Guy Award
- 2006: Zoltan Mesko, R-Fr., P, Michigan (49 punts, 36.1 net avg., 16 inside 20)
- 2007: Courtney Beck, Fr., P, Tulsa (66 punts, 37.9 net avg., 29 inside 20)
- 2008: Brian Mimbs, Sr., P, Georgia (56 punts, 37.2 net avg., 21 inside 20)
- 2009: Ryan Breen, Jr., P, Penn State (42 punts, 35.7 net avg., 20 inside 20)
Randy Moss Award
- 2006: Steve Breaston, R-Sr., WR, Michigan (24.2 kick return avg., 1 TD, 10.1 punt return avg.)
- 2007: Larry Taylor, Sr., HB, Connecticut (24.1 kick return avg., 2 kick return TD, 12.8 punt return avg.)
- 2008: Orlando Scandrick, Sr., CB, Boise State (30.2 kick return avg.; 10.7 punt return avg., 1 TD)
- 2009: A.J. Wallace, Sr., CB, Penn State (23.9 kick return avg.; 11.0 punt return avg., 1 TD)
Walter Camp Coach of the Year
- 2006: Bob Stoops, Oklahoma (14-0 overall, 8-0 Big 12; Big 12 & BCS National Champions; #1 in USA Today Top 25)
- 2007: Steve Kragthorpe, Tulsa (14-0 overall, 8-0 C-USA; C-USA champions, #11 in USA Today Top 25)
- 2008: Brady Hoke, Ball State (13-1 overall, 7-1 MAC; MAC champions, #20 in USA Today Top 25)
- 2009: Joe Glenn, Wyoming (12-1 overall, 8-0 Mountain West; Mountain West champions, #22 in USA Today Top 25)

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Conference Champions
ACC
- 2006: Clemson (13-1, 7-1)
- 2007: Florida State (11-3, 6-2)
- 2008: Miami (Fla.) (11-3, 7-1)
- 2009: Clemson (12-2, 6-2)
Big Ten
- 2006: Michigan (12-1, 8-0)
- 2007: Ohio State (12-1, 7-1); Wisconsin (12-1, 7-1)
- 2008: Penn State (11-1, 8-0)
- 2009: Penn State (13-0, 8-0)
Big 12
- 2006: Oklahoma (14-0, 8-0)
- 2007: Colorado (12-2, 7-1)
- 2008: Oklahoma (13-1, 8-0)
- 2009: Oklahoma (11-3, 7-1)
Big East
- 2006: Pittsburgh (10-3, 6-1); West Virginia (11-2, 6-1); Louisville (10-2, 6-1)
- 2007: West Virginia (12-1, 7-0)
- 2008: West Virginia (12-1, 7-0)
- 2009: West Virginia (12-1, 7-0)
C-USA
- 2006: Central Florida (8-6, 5-3)
- 2007: Tulsa (14-0, 8-0)
- 2008: Southern Miss (11-3, 8-0)
- 2009: Southern Miss (10-4, 8-0)
Ivy League
- 2008: Brown (6-6, 6-1); Yale (6-7, 6-1)
- 2009: Princeton (8-5, 7-0)
MAC
- 2006: Ohio (12-2, 6-2)
- 2007: Kent State (12-2, 7-1)
- 2008: Ball State (13-1, 8-0)
- 2009: Toledo (14-0, 8-0)
Mountain West
- 2006: Utah (11-2, 7-1)
- 2007: Utah (12-1, 8-0)
- 2008: San Diego State (7-5, 6-2); UNLV (8-5, 6-2); TCU (10-3, 6-2)
- 2009: Wyoming (12-1, 8-0)
Pac-10
- 2006: USC (12-1, 9-0)
- 2007: USC (10-3, 8-1); Arizona State (11-2, 8-1)
- 2008: USC (13-0, 9-0)
- 2009: UCLA (11-2, 8-1); USC (10-3, 8-1)
SEC
- 2006: Florida (11-3, 6-2)
- 2007: Arkansas (11-3, 6-2)
- 2008: Georgia (12-2, 6-2)
- 2009: Tennessee (12-2, 7-1)
Sun Belt
- 2006: Troy (6-6, 5-2); Florida Atlantic (6-6, 5-2); Florida International (5-7, 5-2)
- 2007: Arkansas State (7-6, 6-1)
WAC
- 2006: Boise State (10-3, 6-2); Nevada (8-5, 6-2)
- 2007: Fresno State (8-5, 6-2)
- 2008: Boise State (12-1, 8-0)
- 2009: Hawaii (12-1, 8-0)


NCAA Statistical Leaders
QB Rating
- 2006: Brady Quinn, Sr., Notre Dame (170.8)
- 2007: Tim Tebow, So., Florida (169.7)
- 2008: Mark Sanchez, R-Jr., USC (180.2)
- 2009: Jerrod Johnson, Sr., Texas A&M (184.8)
Passing Yards
- 2006: Chase Holbrook, R-So., New Mexico State (4,096)
- 2007: Colt Brennan, R-Sr., Hawaii (4,121)
- 2008: Graham Harrell, R-Sr., Texas Tech (4,843)
- 2009: Andrew Luck, So., Texas Tech (4,492)
Passing Touchdowns
- 2006: Sam Keller, Sr., Arizona State (46)
- 2007: Tim Tebow, So., Florida (47)
- 2008: Graham Harrell, R-Sr., Texas Tech (59)
- 2009: Andrew Luck, So., Texas Tech (57)
Passing Interceptions
- 2006: Anthony Turner, R-So., Bowling Green (29)
- 2007: John David Booty, R-Sr., USC (26)
- 2008: Justin Roper, R-So., Oregon (30)
- 2009: Caleb Clark, R-Sr., Western Michigan (37)
Rushing Yards
- 2006: Kenny Irons, Sr., Auburn (2,172)
- 2007: Chris Wells, So., Ohio State (2,153)
- 2008: Gartrell Johnson III, R-Sr., HB, Colorado State (2,091)
- 2009: Jim Manning, Jr., Carnegie Mellon (1,936)
Rushing Touchdowns
- 2006: Steve Slaton, So., West Virginia; Darren McFadden, So., Arkansas (23)
- 2007: Jamil Walker, Sr., Wisconsin (26)
- 2008: Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada, Sr., Navy (23)
- 2009: Jim Manning, Jr., Carnegie Mellon; Damion Fletcher, Sr., Southern Miss; Chris Polk, So., Navy (23)
Catches
- 2006: Davone Bess, So., Hawaii (121)
- 2007: Josh Wheeler, Jr., WR, Louisiana Tech (110)
- 2008: Ryan Grice-Mullen, R-Sr., Hawaii (112)
- 2009: Roderick Young, So., Hawaii (108)
Receiving Yards
- 2006: Jarrett Hicks, R-Sr., Texas Tech (1,600)
- 2007: Davone Bess, Jr., Hawaii (1,424)
- 2008: Jarett Dillard, R-Sr., Rice (1,551)
- 2009: John Allen, R-Sr., Toledo (1,358)
Receiving Touchdowns
- 2006: Jason Hill, Sr., Washington State (16)
- 2007: Davone Bess, Jr., Hawaii (15)
- 2008: Vidal Hazleton, Jr., USC (18)
- 2009: Dez Bryant, Jr., Miami (Fla.) (18)
Tackles
- 2006: Larry Edwards, Sr., North Carolina (115)
- 2007: Quentin Newman, Jr., Florida International (94)
- 2008: Geno Johnson, R-Sr., Indiana (103)
- 2009: Jeremy Samoy, Jr., Arizona (104)
Sacks
- 2006: Anthony Spencer, R-Sr., Purdue (17)
- 2007: Devan Rogers, Sr., Toledo (12)
- 2008: John Fonoti, R-Jr., Hawaii; Kory Bolen, Fr., Columbia (13)
- 2009: Ben Martin, Jr., Tennessee; Robert Rose, Sr., Ohio State (11)
Interceptions
- 2006: Marcus Hamilton, Sr., Virginia (9)
- 2007: Antoine Cason, Sr., Arizona (9)
- 2008: Joe Haden, So., Florida (9)
- 2009: Andy Mattingly, R-Sr., Washington State (12)
Made Field Goals
- 2006: Brandon Contu, R-Jr., Georgia (22)
- 2007: Danny Horwedel, Sr., Louisiana Tech (22)
- 2008: Jason Smith, R-Sr., Colorado State (19)
- 2009: Xavier Holmes, So., California; Anthony Thompson, Fr., Ohio; Tony King, So., Cornell (19)
Net Punt Average
- 2006: Chris Kindred, Sr., Tulsa (39.0)
- 2007: Ryan Weigand, Sr., Virginia (38.9)
- 2008: Chris Miller, R-Sr., Ball State (38.6)
- 2009: Keenyn Crier, R-Jr., Arizona (39.8)
Kick Return Average
- 2006: Ramonce Taylor, Jr., Texas (28.5)
- 2007: Ernie Wheelwright, R-Sr., Minnesota (30.1)
- 2008: Orlando Scandrick, Sr., Boise State (30.1)
- 2009: LeSean McCoy, Jr., Pittsburgh (27.9)
Punt Return Average
- 2006: Darrell Blackman, Jr., North Carolina State (12.7)
- 2007: Demyron Martin, Jr., SMU (14.6)
- 2008: Spencer Armstrong, Sr., Air Force (13.5)
- 2009: Jeremy Childs, R-Sr., Boise State (14.8)

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Preseason Number One
2006: Ohio State | 10-2, #4 in 2005
2007: Oklahoma | 14-0, #1 in 2006
2008: USC | 10-3, #6 in 2007
2009: Ohio State | 11-2, #5 in 2008
2010: Penn State | 13-0, #1 in 2009


Heisman Favorite
2006: Brady Quinn, Sr., QB, Notre Dame | 158.4 QB rtg., 292-450, 3,919 yards, 33 TD (1 rush), 7 INT in 2005
2007: Steve Slaton, Jr., HB, West Virginia | 273 carries, 2,013 yards, 23 TD; 14 catches, 234 yards, 3 TD in 2006
2008: Tim Tebow, Jr., QB, Florida | 169.7 QB rtg., 278-414, 3,518 yards, 47 TD, 13 INT; 71 carries, 239 yards, 3 TD in 2007
2009: Ryan Mallett, R-So., QB, Michigan | 166.6 QB rtg., 263-406, 3,736 yards, 39 TD (1 rush), 13 INT in 2008
2010: Andrew Luck, Jr., QB, Texas Tech | 173.8 QB rtg., 315-480, 4,492 yards, 59 TD (2 rush), 23 INT in 2009


Top Recruiting Class
2007: Florida | 24 commits, 4 *****, 14 ****, 3 ***, 3 **
2008: UCLA | 25 commits, 3 *****, 13 ****, 8 ***, 1 **
2009: USC | 25 commits; 4 *****, 12 ****, 8 ***, 1 **
2010: Texas Tech | 25 commits; 5 *****, 14 ****, 6 ***


Number One Recruit
2007: Chris Galippo, OLB, ***** (6’3”, 235 lbs.; Anaheim, Calif. / Servite) | Michigan
2008: Julio Jones, WR, ***** (6'4", 215 lbs.; Foley, Ala. / Foley) | Mississippi State
2009: Stephon Gilmore, CB, ***** (6’1”, 180 lbs.; Rock Hill, S.C. / South Pointe) | Clemson
2010: Aaron Donald, DT, ***** (6’2”, 275 lbs.; Pittsburgh, Pa. / Penn Hills) | Virginia

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Super Bowl
XLI: San Diego Chargers (12-4) 31, Seattle Seahawks (11-5) 24 | Miami, Fla. [Dolphins Stadium]
XLII: San Diego Chargers (14-2) 24, St. Louis Rams (12-4) 14 | Glendale, Ariz. [University of Phoenix Stadium]
XLIII: New York Jets (9-7) 19, St. Louis Rams (12-4) 16 | Tampa, Fla. [Raymond James Stadium]
XLIV: Tennessee Titans (11-5) 34, St. Louis Rams (14-2) 13 | Miami, Fla. [Sun Life Stadium]


NFL Playoffs
2006
- AFC: #6 TEN 14, #3 NYJ 7; #4 PIT 35, #5 DEN 14 / #6 TEN 20, #1 IND 17; #2 SD 23, #4 PIT 10 / #2 SD 24, #1 TEN 17
- NFC: #6 PHI 9, #3 GB 5; #5 CHI 17, #4 CAR 9 / #1 SEA 41, #6 PHI 17; #2 WAS 31, #5 CHI 24 / #1 SEA 24, #2 WAS 16
2007
- AFC: #3 BAL 42, #6 CIN 10; #4 NYJ 30, #5 DEN 14 / #1 SD 16, #4 NYJ 13; #2 IND 38, #3 BAL 20 / #1 SD 38, #2 IND 31
- NFC: #3 GB 26, #6 SEA 17; #4 ATL 23, #5 PHI 20 / #1 STL 42, #4 ATL 7; #2 WAS 48, #3 GB 13 / #1 STL 27, #2 WAS 3
2008
- AFC: #3 BAL 27, #6 CIN 15; #4 NYJ 17, #5 KC 12 / #4 NYJ 27, #1 TEN 24; #2 SD 28, #3 BAL 23 / #4 NYJ 10, #2 SD 6
- NFC: #3 GB 17, #6 ARZ 14; #5 CHI 17, #4 CAR 10 / #1 STL 35, #5 CHI 14; #2 WAS 34, #3 GB 13 / #1 STL 42, #2 WAS 14
2009
- AFC: #6 TEN 25, #3 IND 22 (OT); #4 BAL 31, #5 PIT 10 / #6 TEN 13, #1 DEN 3; #2 NE 14, #3 BAL 9 / #6 TEN 19, #2 NE 16
- NFC: #3 NO 35, #6 PHI 25; #5 SEA 24, #4 GB 13 / #1 STL 31, #5 SEA 14; #2 WAS 38, #3 NO 17 / #1 STL 31, #2 WAS 10


Major Awards
AP NFL MVP
- 2006: LaDainian Tomlinson, HB, SD (505 carries, 2,469 yards, 23 TD; 64 catches, 516 yards, 3 TD)
- 2007: LaDainian Tomlinson, HB, SD (420 carries, 1,988 yards, 17 TD; 76 catches, 874 yards, 3 TD)
- 2008: Marc Bulger, QB, STL (98.9 QB rtg., 379-577, 4,056 yards, 36 TD, 11 INT)
- 2009: Vince Young, QB, TEN (81.9 QB rtg., 323-535, 3,318 yards, 31 TD, 20 INT; 100 carries, 897 yards, 7 TD)
AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year
- 2006: LaDainian Tomlinson, HB, SD (505 carries, 2,469 yards, 23 TD; 64 catches, 516 yards, 3 TD)
- 2007: LaDainian Tomlinson, HB, SD (420 carries, 1,988 yards, 17 TD; 76 catches, 874 yards, 3 TD)
- 2008: Larry Johnson, HB, KC (333 carries, 1,619 yards, 16 TD; 59 catches, 553 yards, 5 TD)
- 2009: Steven Jackson, HB, STL (413 carries, 1,944 yards, 19 TD; 64 catches, 556 yards, 3 TD)
AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year
- 2006: Jonathan Vilma, MLB, NYJ (129 tackles, 11 sacks, 4 INT, 2 FF, 2 FR)
- 2007: Shawne Merriman, OLB, SD (111 tackles, 16 sacks, 3 INT, 4 FF, 2 FR)
- 2008: Jonathan Vilma, MLB, NYJ (160 tackles, 6 sacks, 4 INT, 5 FF, 4 FR, 1 TD)
- 2009: DeMeco Ryans, OLB, HOU (174 tackles, 4 sacks, 5 INT, 3 FF, 4 FR)
AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
- 2006: Vince Young, QB, TEN (65.4 QB rtg., 187-331, 1,794 yards, 10 TD, 13 INT; 130 carries, 986 yards, 7 TD)
- 2007: Adrian Peterson, HB, TEN (274 carries, 1,100 yards, 7 TD; 60 catches, 470 yards, 2 TD)
- 2008: Steve Slaton, HB, ATL (256 carries, 991 yards, 6 TD; 48 catches, 347 yards)
- 2009: Bobby Reid, QB, KC (77.2 QB rtg., 257-448, 2,824 yards, 19 TD, 14 INT; 91 carries, 594 yards, 6 TD)
AP NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
- 2006: A.J. Hawk, OLB, GB (66 tackles, 8 sacks, 3 INT, 3 FF, 1 FR)
- 2007: Patrick Willis, MLB, NYG (93 tackles, 3 INT, 3 FR)
- 2008: Keith Rivers, OLB, TEN (83 tackles, 10 sacks, 7 INT, 2 FF, 1 FR)
- 2009: Jonathan Casillas, OLB, JAX (67 tackles, 6 sacks, 6 INT, 3 FF, 4 FR, 1 TD)
AP NFL Coach of the Year
- 2006: Marty Schottenheimer, SD (12-4 record; AFC West, AFC, & Super Bowl XLI champions)
- 2007: Jim Bates, SD (14-2 record; AFC West, AFC, & Super Bowl XLII champions)
- 2008: Ken Whisenhunt, ARZ (11-5 record; NFC Wild Card)
- 2009: Mike Singletary, SEA (13-3 record; NFC Wild Card)


NFL Statistical Leaders
QB Rating
- 2006: Peyton Manning, IND (99.0)
- 2007: Marc Bulger, STL (115.7)
- 2008: Marc Bulger, STL (98.9)
- 2009: Marc Bulger, STL (105.6)
Passing Yards
- 2006: Peyton Manning, IND (4,173)
- 2007: Peyton Manning, IND (4,201)
- 2008: Marc Bulger, STL (4,056)
- 2009: Tom Brady, NE (3,884)
Passing Touchdowns
- 2006: Peyton Manning, IND (31)
- 2007: Carson Palmer, CIN (36)
- 2008: Marc Bulger, STL (36)
- 2009: Vince Young, TEN; Marc Bulger, STL (31)
Passing Interceptions
- 2006: Eli Manning, NYG (24)
- 2007: Kevin Kolb, TB (31)
- 2008: Andre Woodson, DAL (24)
- 2009: Chase Daniel, OAK (26)
Rushing Yards
- 2006: LaDainian Tomlinson, SD (2,469 - NFL record)
- 2007: Willis McGahee, BAL (2,280)
- 2008: LaDainian Tomlinson, SD (2,332)
- 2009: Willis McGahee, BAL (2,253)
Rushing Touchdowns
- 2006: LaDainian Tomlinson, SD (23)
- 2007: Willie Parker, PIT; LaDainian Tomlinson, SD (17)
- 2008: Larry Johnson, KC; Edgerrin James, ARZ (16)
- 2009: Steven Jackson, STL (19)
Catches
- 2006: Marvin Harrison, IND; Chad Johnson, CIN (105)
- 2007: Deion Branch, SEA (113)
- 2008: Steve Smith, CAR (117)
- 2009: Torry Holt, STL (103)
Receiving Yards
- 2006: Marvin Harrison, IND (1,763)
- 2007: Reggie Wayne, IND (1,634)
- 2008: Steve Smith, CAR (1,712)
- 2009: Torry Holt, STL (1,609)
Receiving Touchdowns
- 2006: Chad Johnson, CIN (16)
- 2007: Reggie Wayne, IND (18)
- 2008: Reggie Wayne, IND; Chad Johnson, CIN (15)
- 2009: Chad Johnson, CIN (16)
Tackles
- 2006: Mike Peterson, JAX (149)
- 2007: Keith Brooking, ATL (154)
- 2008: Jonathan Vilma, NYJ (160)
- 2009: Keith Brooking, ATL (192)
Sacks
- 2006: Ian Gold, DEN (15)
- 2007: Robert Geathers, CIN (23)
- 2008: Terrell Suggs, BAL (21)
- 2009: Adalius Thomas, NE (17)
Interceptions
- 2006: Carlos Rogers, WAS; Dre' Bly, DET; Fernando Bryant, DET; Shawntae Spencer, SF (6)
- 2007: Chris McAlister, SD; Patrick Surtain, NYJ (6)
- 2008: Keith Rivers, TEN; Andre Dyson, NYJ (7)
- 2009: Jonathan Casillas, JAX; Patrick Surtain, NYJ; Donovin Darius, MIN (6)
Made Field Goals
- 2006: Rian Lindell, BUF (38)
- 2007: Lawrence Tynes, NYG (34)
- 2008: Nate Kaeding, SD (36)
- 2009: Josh Brown, SEA (41 – NFL record)
Net Punt Average
- 2006: Hunter Smith, IND (36.1)
- 2007: Shane Lechler, OAK (37.4)
- 2008: Ben Graham, NYJ (36.1)
- 2009: Nick Harris, MIN (36.8)
Kick Return Average
- 2006: DeAndra Cobb, ATL (32.2)
- 2007: Darren Sproles, SD (30.7)
- 2008: Reggie Bush, NO (29.6)
- 2009: Deion Branch, SEA (28.6)
Punt Return Average
- 2006: Brandon Williams, SF (16.0)
- 2007: Sinorice Moss, NYG (14.7)
- 2008: Andre Johnson, HOU (16.9)
- 2009: Garrett Wolfe, CIN (18.3)


NFL Draft Number One Pick
2007: Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson | Kansas City Chiefs
2008: Chad Henne, QB, Michigan | Detroit Lions (via Minnesota Vikings)
2009: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida | Minnesota Vikings
2010: Ricky Sapp, DE, Clemson | Oakland Raiders

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