1990 Uniform
1990 Game Photos
Coach: George Welsh  Record: 8-4  ACC: 5-2  Home: 4-2   Away: 4-1  Neutral: 0-1   PF: 464  PA: 227
Roster & Statistics
Offensive & Defensive Leaders
ACC Standings
AP Rankings
UPI Rankings
Starting Lineups
Individual Statistics
Team Statistics
Passing: Shawn Moore, 144-241, 2,262 yards, 21 TDs, 8 INTs
Rushing: Terry Kirby, 165 carries, 1,020 yards, 7 TDs
Receiving: Herman Moore, 54 receptions, 1,190 yards, 13 TDs
Scoring: Jake McInerney, 94
Tackles: P.J. Killian, 87
Tackles for Loss: Chis Slade, 9
Sacks: Chris Slade, 7
Interceptions: Keith McMeans & Jason Wallace, 3
1990 Season
Captains: Ron Carey, Joe Hall, Shawn Moore
Awards & Honors:
Shawn Moore: 4th in Heisman Trophy voting; 1st Team All-America by
Kodak and the Football Writers Association of America; 2nd Team All-
America by the Associated Press, UPI, and The Sporting News; finished
2nd for the Walter Camp Foundation Player of the Year Award; ACC
Player of the Year; 1st Team All-ACC
Herman Moore: 6th in Heisman Trophy voting; 1st Team All-America by
the Associated Press, UPI, The Sporting News, and the Football Writers
Association of America; runner-up for ACC Player of the Year; 1st
Team All-ACC
Trevor Ryals: Honorable Mention All-America by UPI; 1st Team All-ACC
Chris Slade: Honorable Mention All-America by UPI; 1st Team All-ACC
Terry Kirby: Honorable Mention All-America by UPI; 1st Team All-ACC
Bruce McGonnigal: Honorable Mention All-America by UPI
Jake McInerney: Honorable Mention All-America by UPI
Ray Roberts: 1st Team All-ACC; Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner
Tony Covington: 2nd Team All-ACC
Joe Hall: 2nd Team All-ACC
Jason Wallace: 2nd Team All-ACC
Players Drafted: Herman Moore, 1st Round (10), Lions; Tony Covington, 4th
Round (93), Buccaneers; Bruce McGonnigal, 9th Round (238), Steelers;
Shawn Moore, 11th Round (284), Broncos
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Game Notes
at Kansas
W, 59-10
Despite temperatures reaching 130 degrees on
Kansas' AstroTurf, the Hoos score on 9 of 12
possessions and stomp the Jayhawks.
vs. #9 Clemson
W, 20-7
The Hoos finally end Clemson's 29-game winning
streak and get their first-ever victory over a team
ranked in the top 10. This game also marked the first
and only time I ever ran on the field after a game.
Unfortunately, my celebration was short-lived, as my
buddy Sgt. Party took a running start and speared me
in the back after I'd gotten two steps onto the field,
driving my face into the turf and breaking my glasses.
All in all, a pretty great day.
vs. Navy
W, 56-14
Shawn Moore accounts for six TDs (four passing,
two rushing) in just two and a half quarters as the
Hoos roll up 664 yards of total offense, their most
since 1968.
at Duke
W, 59-0
The Hoos enter the top-10 for the first time since 1952,
then celebrate by putting up the largest margin of
victory in an ACC game since the conference was
formed in 1953.
vs. William & Mary
W, 63-35
Terry Kirby (23 carries for 188 yards and four TDs)
and Nikki Fisher (14 carries for 164 yards and two
TDs) run wild, but the defense gives up more points
than it had in the first four games combined.
vs. NC State
W, 31-0
Chris Slade has 4.5 sacks, Keith McMeans picks off
the 17th pass of his career (a Virginia record), and
Herman Moore catches six passes for 162 yards and
two TDs as the Hoos roll.
at Wake Forest
W, 49-14
We're number one! We're number one!
vs. #16 Georgia Tech
L, 41-38
It's been more than 19 years, and I still can't talk about
this game. Seriously.
at UNC
W, 24-10
Shawn Moore continues to lead the nation in passing
efficiency, completing 16 of 22 passes for 236 yards
and two TDs.
vs. Maryland
L, 35-30
I'm still not sure how we lost this one. On a possibly
related note, this was my 4th year fifth game.
at Virginia Tech
L, 38-13
Matt Blundin struggles a bit in his second career start
(for an injured Shawn Moore), and the Hokies take full
vs. #10 Tennessee
(Sugar Bowl)
L, 23-22
This is a verbatim exchange that my college roommate
and I had with a Tennessee fan while tailgating before
the game:

    My Roommate: Who you rooting for?

    Vols fan (decked out from head to toe in UT
    gear): The Volunteers!

    My Roommate: That's a shame, I had taken
    you for a handsome, intelligent man.

    Vols fan: Well, looks can be deceiving!

In his defense, he was kind enough to give us this
nifty button.
Orange jersey, orange pants
Orange jersey, white pants
vs. Clemson; vs. Navy; vs. William & Mary; vs. NC State; vs.
Georgia Tech; vs. Maryland
White jersey, orange pants
at Kansas; at Duke; at Wake Forest; at UNC; at Virginia Tech; vs.
White jersey, white pants