2011 Season
Coach: Mike London   Record: 8-5   ACC: 5-3   Home: 4-3   Away: 4-1   Neutral: 0-1   PF: 302   PA: 310
Roster & Statistics
Offensive & Defensive Leaders
ACC Standings
Box Scores
Starting Lineups
Game by Game Statistics
Cumulative Season Statistics
Individual Game by Game Summaries
Passing: Michael Rocco, 222-366, 2,671 yards, 13 TDs, 12 INTs
Rushing: Perry Jones, 184 carries, 915 yards, 5 TDs
Receptions: Kris Burd, 66 receptions, 913 yards, 3 TDs
Scoring: Robert Randolph, 80 points
Tackles: Steve Greer, 103
Tackles for Loss: Matt Conrath, 12
Sacks: Cam Johnson, 4
Interceptions: Rodney McLeod, 4
Captains: Nick Jenkins, Perry Jones, Rodney McLeod & Matt Snyder
Awards & Honors:
Chase Minnifield: 2nd Team All-America by CBSSports.com; 3rd
Team All-America by Yahoo! Sports; 4th Team All-America by Phil
Steele; 1st Team All-ACC; Pop Warner National College Football
Austin Pasztor: 2nd Team All-America by the Associated Press;
1st Team All-ACC
Matt Conrath: 1st Team All-ACC
Oday Aboushi, 2nd Team All-ACC
Steve Greer, 2nd Team All-ACC
Perry Jones, Honorable Mention All-ACC
Demetrious Nicholson: 2nd Team Freshman All-America by
Yahoo! Sports and CollegeFootballNews.com
Players Drafted: Cam Johnson, 7th Round (237), 49ers
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2011 Uniform
2011 Game Photos
Blue Jersey, Blue Pants
vs. NC State
Blue Jersey, Orange Pants
vs. Idaho
Blue Jersey, White Pants
vs. Southern Miss
Orange Jersey, Blue Pants
vs. William & Mary; vs. Georgia Tech; vs. Virginia Tech; vs.
Auburn (Chick-fil-A Bowl)
Orange Jersey, Orange Pants
Orange Jersey, White Pants
vs. Duke
White Jersey, Blue Pants
White Jersey, Orange Pants
at UNC
White Jersey, White Pants
at Indiana; at Miami; at Maryland; at FSU
Game Notes
William & Mary
W, 40-3
Great win, but the sting from the 2009 game still lingers.
at Indiana
W, 34-31
Cam Johnson's incredible strip-sack with 1:13 remaining in the
game sets up Robert Randolph's 23-yard game-winning field goal
and gives Coach London his first road win.
at UNC
L, 28-17
The Hoos rush for 170 yards against a UNC defense that ranks
third in the country against the run, but can't stop the Heels'
vs. Southern Miss
L, 30-24
Freshman quarterback David Watford leads a late scoring drive to
get Virginia within 3, but Southern Miss hangs on to beat the Hoos
for the second straight time.
vs. Idaho
W, 21-20
Perry "Superman" Jones rushes for two first half touchdowns and
the Hoos manage to hang on for an incredibly fugly win.
vs. #12 Georgia
W, 24-21
The Hoos roll up 407 yards against Al Groh's defense and hold
Georgia Tech to a season-low 296 yards of offense as the Hoos
shock the #12 Yellow Jackets, who were off to their best start
since 1966.  To which I say, "HOW'S IT FEEL, GEORGIA TECH?
vs. NC State
L, 28-14
Thumbs Up:  1st half special teams play (48-yard kickoff return by
Khalek Shepherd and a blocked field goal by Chase Minnifield)
Thumbs Down:  The Michael Rocco - David Watford quarterback
rotation (11-35 for 125 yards, 2 TDs, 3 INTs)
at Miami
W, 28-21
Michael Rocco plays mistake-free football and Perry Jones throws
for one touchdown and catches another as the Hoos win their first
ACC road game since October 2009.
at Maryland
W, 31-13
Dear Maryland: Thank you for hiring Randy Edsall. That guy is
AWESOME. Sincerely, the rest of the ACC
vs. Duke
W, 31-21
After the game, Duke kicker Will Smyderwine changed his name to
"Will Smyderwide."
at #23 Florida State
W, 14-13
Shenanigans by the officiating crew force the Hoos to win this
game three different times.
vs. #6 Virginia Tech
L, 38-0
That David Wilson fella is a beast.
vs. Auburn
(Chik-fil-A Bowl)
L, 43-24
The game was a bit of downer, but our orange helmets f'ing ruled.