CROMPTON TENNESSEE TRIVIA - First career touchdown pass was a 37-yard strike to Robert Meachem against LSU in 2006.
CAREER GAMES/STARTS - 35/19
2009 - Games/ Starts - 13/12 ... Finished the season with 2,800 yards to rank third this season in SEC and eighth all-time at Tennessee ... His 224 completions also were ninth-best figure in season history ... Finished second in conference with 27 touchdown passes against only 13 interceptions ... Opened his senior campaign by throwing for five scores on 21-of-28 passing against Western Kentucky ... Turned corner this season in late stages against Auburn, finishing that contest with 259 yards and two TDs ... First career 300-yard passing game followed next week in win over Georgia ... Completed 20-of-27 for 310 yards and four touchdowns in 45-19 win over Bulldogs ... Added 265 passing yards and TD against Alabama's vaunted defense ... Set Tennessee mark for passing yards in half by totaling 305 yards to go with four touchdowns in 56-28 Homecoming victory over Memphis ... Excelled this year in two-minute offense, including 55-yard drive in 43 seconds to close first half with lone touchdown of season against Tigers ... Finished with career-high 331 passing yards against Memphis ... Went 142 consecutive pass attempts without throwing interception, finishing one attempt short of breaking Tennessee record for that category ... Entered senior season with 1,387 career passing yards and nine touchdowns ... Participated in Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game.
2008 - Games/Starts - 8/6 ... Started at quarterback in first four games and final two ... Threw for 189 yards and set career-highs in attempts (41) and completions (19) in season-opener at UCLA ... Set career-high with 240 passing yards in home-opener against UAB ... Finished game 19-of-31 with two touchdowns and two interceptions ... Finished 18-of-28 for 162 yards and rushed seven times for 22 yards against Florida ... Career long 15-yard rush against Auburn ... Efficient 6-of-8 for 101 yards and one touchdown in finale against Kentucky.
2007 - Games/Starts: 7/0 ... Saw action as reserve in seven games ... Finished season 7-of-12 passing for 98 yards and one touchdown ... Completed 3-of-4 passes for 68 yards and his touchdown pass versus Louisiana-Lafayette ... Strong runner as well, and his abilities have been used each of his first two seasons.
2006 - Games/Starts: 7/1 ... Saw first action of career in season-opener against California, passing for seven yards on two completions and also rushing twice for six yards ... Came in at end of Memphis game, completing both of his passes for 37 yards with completion of 27 yards to Quintin Hancock ... Vols finished combined 25-of-29 passing that day for 361 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions ... After injury to Erik Ainge, played final series at South Carolina ... Entered LSU game in second quarter ... Threw two touchdown passes to Robert Meachem, the latter a 54-yarder to give Vols lead in fourth quarter ... Finished game 11-of-24 for 183 yards, two touchdowns and one interception ... Made first career start against Arkansas ... Threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns against Razorbacks ... Also played at Vanderbilt.
2005 - Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL - Parade All-America ... Earned "Army of One" Award while participating for East squad in 2005 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... Played for North Carolina in 2004 Shrine Bowl ... Orlando Sentinel All-Southern Team and Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100 ... Two-time Class 3A All-State and All-Western Carolina ... Twice named All-Mountain Athletic player of the year ... As senior, passed for 2,423 yards and 24 touchdowns while rushing for 801 yards and 17 TDs ... Three-year quarterback starter threw for 2,323 yards and 23 touchdowns as junior and 2,011 yards and 22 TDs his sophomore year ... Also played safety and punter as senior with 147 tackles and three interceptions along with 44.6-yard punting average ... Three-year All-Conference shortstop in baseball.
COACH AT TUSCOLA HIGH SCHOOL - Travis Noland.
BORN - July 25, 1987.
2007 Academic All-SEC
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