2002 Game Photos
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2002 Uniform:
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Written Summary
2002 Season
Coach: Al Groh   Record: 9-5   ACC: 6-2   Home: 6-0   Away: 2-4   Neutral: 1-1   PF: 402   PA: 348
Roster & Statistics
Offensive & Defensive Leaders
Roster
ACC Standings
Final AP & USA Today Rankings
Box Scores
Starting Lineups
Cumulative Statistics
Individual Statistics - Game by Game
Team Statistics - Game by Game
Division 1-A Attendance Rankings
Passing: Matt Schaub, 288-418, 2976 yards, 28 TDs, 7 INTs
Rushing: Wali Lundy, 196 carries, 826 yards, 6 TDs
Receptions: Billy McMullen, 69 catches, 3 TDs
Receiving Yards: Billy McMullen, 894 yards, 3 TDs
Scoring: Wali Lundy, 60 points
Tackles: Angelo Crowell, 155
Tackles for Loss: Darryl Blackstock, 14
Sacks: Darryl Blackstock, 10
Interceptions: Shernard Newby, 3
Date
Opponent
Score
Game Notes
Program/Ticket
8/22/2002
vs. Colorado State
(Jim Thorpe Classic)
L, 35-29
With chance to tie the game, Hoos fumble on Colorado State's
one yard with ten seconds left.
8/31/2002
at #5 Florida State
L, 40-19
Noles rush for 397 yards and go up 33-0 before a few late
scores close the gap a bit.
9/7/2002
vs. #22 South
Carolina
W, 34-21
Hoos force seven turnovers and toss four touchdown passes,
three from Matt Schaub and one from former high school
quarterback Heath Miller.
 
9/21/2002
vs. Akron
W, 48-29
Schaub throws touchdown passes to five different receivers,
Darryl Blackstock has eight tackles, five quarterback hurries,
and a sack, and also returns a blocked punt for a touchdown.
 
9/28/2002
at Wake Forest
W, 38-34
Hoos outscore the Deacons 28-7 in the second half, with
Biscuit running 13 yards for the game-winning touchdown.
Schaub moves up to #3 in the nation in passing efficiency
and is named ACC Offensive Back of the Week.
10/5/2002
at Duke
W, 27-22
Billy McMullen passes Herman Moore to become Virginia's
all-time leader in receiving yards, while on the defensive side
Chris Canty has 12 tackles and a sack and safety Jerton Evans
is named ACC Defensive Back of the Week.
 
10/12/2002
vs. Clemson
W, 22-17
Hoos win their fifth straight, outscoring Clemson 16-7 in the 4th
quarter.
10/19/2002
vs. UNC
W, 37-27
Cardiac Hoos do it again, scoring 37 unanswered second-half
points after trailing 21-0 at halftime. Marquis Weeks sparks the
comeback with a 100-yard kickoff return. As an extra bonus,
Weeks doesn't compare his kickoff return to running from the
police.
10/26/2002
at Georgia Tech
L, 23-15
The Matt Schaub aerial circus continues, but Hoos lose a
tough one.
 
11/9/2002
at #19 Penn State
L, 35-14
Hoos get their asses handed to them playing before their
biggest crowd ever (108,698).
11/16/2002
vs. #20 NC State
W, 14-9
Marquis Weeks carries the ball 19 times for 129 yards as Hoos
upset #20 Wolfpack.
11/23/2002
vs. #18 Maryland
W, 48-13
Schaub and Lundy are named ACC Players of the Week as  
Hoos beat the poop out of the Terps.
11/30/2002
at #22 Virginia Tech
L, 21-9
Hokies pull out the victory after making a couple of huge plays
on special teams. That almost never happens.
12/28/2002
vs. #14 West Virginia
(Continental Tire
Bowl)
W, 48-22
Hoos score on eight straight possessions, post their biggest
margin of victory ever in a bowl game.
Uniform
Game
Record
Blue jersey, white pants
vs Colorado State; vs South Carolina; vs Akron; vs Clemson; vs
UNC; @ Georgia Tech; vs NC State; vs Maryland; vs West Virginia
7-2
White jersey, white pants
@ Florida State; @ Wake Forest; @ Duke; @ Penn State; @
Virginia Tech
2-3
Captains: Angelo Crowell, Bill McMullen
Awards & Honors:
Matt Schaub: Honorable Mention All-America by cnnsi.com and
CollegeFootballNews.com; ACC Player of the Year; ACC Offensive
Player of the Year; 1st Team All-ACC
Angelo Crowell: 1st Team All-ACC
Billy McMullen: 1st Team All-ACC
Heath Miller: 2nd Team All-ACC; 1st Team Freshman All-America by
Scripps / Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News,
CollegeFootballNews.com, and Rivals.com; ACC All-Freshman Team
by The Sporting News
Jerton Evans: 2nd Team All-ACC
Chris Canty: 2nd Team All-ACC; 1st Team All-ACC by
CollegeFootballNews.com
Darryl Blackstock: Honorable Mention All-ACC; Defensive Freshman of
the Year by CollegeFootballNews.com and Rivals.com; 1st Team
Freshman All-America by Scripps / Football Writers Association of
America, The Sporting News, CollegeFootballNews.com, and Rivals.
com; ACC Defensive Freshman of the Year by The Sporting News;
ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Elton Brown: Honorable Mention All-ACC
Almondo Curry: Honorable Mention All-ACC
Mike Mullins: Honorable Mention All-ACC
D'Brickashaw Ferguson: 1st Team Freshman All-America by Scripps /
Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News, and
CollegeFootballNews.com; Honorable Mention Freshman All-America
by Rivals.com; ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Wali Lundy: 2nd Team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News;
Honorable Mention Freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.
com; ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Brennan Schmidt: 3rd Team Freshman All-America by The Sporting
News; ACC All-Freshman by The Sporting News
Brian Barthelmes: ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Tom Hagan: ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Kwakou Robinson: ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Kurt Smith: ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Players Drafted: Angelo Crowell, Round 3 (94), Bills; Billy McMullen,
Round 3 (95), Eagles
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