2005 Uniform:
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2005 Season
Coach: Al Groh   Record: 7-5    ACC: 3-5   Home: 5-1    Away: 1-4    Neutral: 1-0    PF: 320    PA: 279
Roster & Statistics
Offensive & Defensive Leaders
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: Marques Hagans, 213-343, 2492 yards, 14 TDs, 12 INTs
Rushing: Wali Lundy, 144 carries, 574 yards, 10 TDs
Receiving: Deyon Williams, 58 receptions, 767 yards, 7 TDs
Scoring: Connor Hughes, 99 points
Tackles: Kai Parham, 103
Tackles for Loss: Kai Parham, 14.5
Sacks: Kai Parham, 8.5
Interceptions: Marcus Hamilton, 6
Game Notes
vs. Western Michigan
W, 31-19
Chris Long's first start
at Syracuse
W, 27-24
Kai Parham has 3 sacks, Connor Hughes kicks a game
winning FG as time expires.
vs. Duke
W, 38-7
Ranked a season high #19 after win.
at Maryland
L, 45-33
With a comfortable lead in hand, Terps coach Ralph Friedgen
spends the second half silently pondering why all pants don't
come with an elastic waistband.
at #18 Boston College
L, 28-17
I don't think this was intentional. He probably just slipped on a
banana peel or something.
vs. #4 Florida State
W, 26-21
Fear the Biscuit.
at UNC
L, 7-5
Insert lame baseball joke here.
vs. Temple
W, 51-3
In an odd turn of events, Temple attempts to retire Wali
Lundy's jersey after the game.
vs. #24 Georgia Tech
W, 27-17
Georgia Tech hasn't won at Scott Stadium since 1990.  On a
related note, no ACC team has been penalized after scoring a
TD with only 10 players on the field since 1990 either.
vs. #7 Virginia Tech
L, 52-14
Lundy scores his 50th career TD. Otherwise, this game
pretty much sucked.
at #10 Miami
L, 25-17
Deyon Williams blows up (152 yards and 2 TDs), but Hoos
lose a tough one.
vs. Minnesota, Music
City Bowl
W, 34-31
It would be so much cooler if they just called this the "Gaylord
Blue jersey, blue pants
Blue jersey, white pants
vs Western Michigan; vs Duke; vs Florida State; vs Temple;
vs Georgia Tech; vs Virginia Tech; vs Minnesota
White jersey, blue pants
@ Syracuse; @ Maryland; @ Boston College; @ UNC; @
White jersey, white pants
Players Drafted: D'Brickashaw Ferguson, 1st Round (4), Jets; Ahmad Brooks
3rd Round (Supp. Draft), Bengals;
Brad Butler, 5th Round (143), Bills;
Marques Hagans, 5th Round (144), Rams; Wali Lundy, 6th Round (170),
Texans; Kurt Smith, 6th Round (188), Chargers
Awards & Honors:
D'Brickashaw Ferguson: 1st Team All-America by the Associated Press;
2nd Team All-America by the Walter Camp Foundation; 3rd Team All-
America by Rivals.com; semifinalist for the Lombardi Trophy; 1st
Team All-ACC
Connor Hughes: 3rd Team All-America by Rivals.com; semifinalist for
the Lou Groza Award; 1st Team All-ACC
Kai Parham: 1st Team All-ACC
Marcus Hamilton: 2nd Team All-ACC
Deyon Williams: Honorable Mention All-ACC
Wali Lundy: Semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award
Brennan Schmidt: Semifinalist for the Lott Award
Branden Albert: 3rd Team Freshman All-America by The Sporting
News; ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Clint Sintim: 3rd Team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News;
ACC All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News
Captains: Tony Franklin, Marques Hagans, Wali Lundy, Brennan Schmidt
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