2001 Alabama Crimson Tide football
Independence Bowl champion
ConferenceSoutheastern Conference
DivisionWestern Division
2001 record7–5 (4–4 SEC)
Head coach
Offensive coordinatorLes Koenning (1st season)
Defensive coordinatorCarl Torbush (1st season)
Captain
5
  • Jarret Johnson
  • Terry Jones Jr.
  • Saleem Rasheed
  • Tyler Watts
  • Andrew Zow
Home stadiumBryant–Denny Stadium
(Capacity: 83,818)
Legion Field
(Capacity: 83,091)
Seasons
← 2000
2002 →
2001 Southeastern Conference football standings
Conf Overall
Team   W   L     W   L  
Eastern Division
No. 4 Tennessee x   7 1     11 2  
No. 3 Florida  %   6 2     10 2  
No. 13 South Carolina   5 3     9 3  
No. 22 Georgia   5 3     8 4  
Kentucky   1 7     2 9  
Vanderbilt   0 8     2 9  
Western Division
No. 7 LSU xy$   5 3     10 3  
Auburn x   5 3     7 5  
Ole Miss   4 4     7 4  
Alabama   4 4     7 5  
Arkansas   4 4     7 5  
Mississippi State   2 6     3 8  
Championship: LSU 31, Tennessee 20
  • $ – BCS representative as conference champion
  • % – BCS at-large representative
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2001 Alabama Crimson Tide football team represented the University of Alabama during 2001 NCAA Division I-A football season. They began their season trying to improve upon a 3–8 (3–5) record during the 2000 season. This was the team's 69th season in the SEC. This marked Dennis Franchione's first season as head coach of the Crimson Tide following the dismissal of Mike DuBose. The team finished with a victory in the 2001 Independence Bowl and an overall record of 7–5.

Recruiting class

See also: American football positions, Glossary of American football, and Recruiting (college athletics)

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
September 16:45 p.m.No. 17 UCLA*No. 25ESPNL 17–2083,818
September 811:30 a.m.at VanderbiltJPSW 12–937,318
September 222:30 p.m.Arkansas
  • Bryant–Denny Stadium
  • Tuscaloosa, AL
CBSW 31–1083,818
September 2911:30 a.m.at No. 15 South CarolinaJPSL 36–3784,100
October 62:00 p.m.UTEP*PPVW 56–777,146
October 1311:30 a.m.at Ole MissJPSL 24–2747,110
October 202:30 p.m.No. 11 Tennessee
CBSL 24–3583,818
November 32:30 p.m.LSUdagger
  • Bryant–Denny Stadium
  • Tuscaloosa, AL (rivalry)
CBSL 21–3583,818
November 1011:30 a.m.Mississippi State
  • Bryant–Denny Stadium
  • Tuscaloosa, AL (rivalry)
JPSW 24–1783,818
November 172:30 p.m.at No. 17 AuburnCBSW 31–786,063
November 296:05 p.m.Southern Miss*
  • Legion Field
  • Birmingham, AL
ESPN2W 28–1579,947
December 276:30 p.m.vs. Iowa State*ESPNW 14–1345,627
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Central time

Roster

2001 Alabama Crimson Tide football team roster
Players Coaches
Offense
Pos. # Name Class
QB 14 Tyler Watts Jr
T 65 Dante Ellington Fr
C 58 Alonzo Ephraim Jr
TE 82 Terry Jones Jr. Sr
WR 84 Triandos Luke So
C 51 Evan Mathis Fr
WR 80 Jason McAddley Sr
WR 15 Freddie Milons Sr
RB 29 Ahmad Galloway Jr
QB 13 Spencer Pennington Fr
G 71 Marico Portis Jr
G 78 Justin Smiley Fr
RB 27 Ray Hudson So
QB 5 Andrew Zow Sr
Defense
Pos. # Name Class
DB 24 Waine Bacon Jr
DT 97 Anthony Bryant Fr
CB 41 Roman Harper Fr
DE 96 Jarret Johnson Jr
DT 55 Kenny King Jr
DE 54 Kindal Moorehead Jr
DB 23 Reggie Myles Sr
DE 98 Antwan Odom So
DB 26 Charlie Peprah Fr
LB 11 Saleem Rasheed Sr
LB 15 Cornelius Wortham Fr
Special teams
Pos. # Name Class
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Injured
  • Redshirt

Roster

Coaching staff

Name Position Consecutive seasons at Alabama
Dennis Franchione Head coach 1st
Les Koenning Offensive coordinator/Quarterback coach 1st
Kenith Pope Assistant head coach/Wide receivers coach 1st
Jim Bob Helduser Offensive line coach 1st
Mark Tommerdahl Special teams coordinator/Tight End coach 1st
Lee Fobbs Running backs coach 1st
Carl Torbush Defensive coordinator/ Linebackers coach 1st
Chris Thurmond Cornerbacks coach 1st
Ron Case Safeties coach 1st
Stan Eggen Defensive line coach 1st
Reference:[2]

Game summaries

UCLA

See also: 2001 UCLA Bruins football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Bruins 0 7 13 0 20
Crimson Tide 7 3 0 7 17

Dennis Franchione's first game as Alabama's head coach pitted the Crimson Tide against the Bruins of the Pacific-10 Conference. ESPN's College Gameday was in Tuscaloosa for the first time ever (they had previously visited Alabama home games at Legion Field in Birmingham). Although Alabama outgained UCLA in total offense 458–291, the Bruins were victorious by a final score of 20–17 before a sold-out home crowd. The Tide took an early 10–0 lead on a 78-yard Antonio Carter touchdown reception from Tyler Watts and 30-yard Neal Thomas field goal. UCLA responded with 20 consecutive points to take a lead that would not be relinquished. The final Alabama score came late in the fourth on a 71-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Zow to Freddie Milons.[3]

Statistics UCLA Alabama
First downs 13 17
Total yards 291 458
Rushing yards 168 159
Passing yards 123 299
Turnovers 0 2
Time of possession 26:29 33:31
Team Category Player Statistics
UCLA Passing Cory Paus 8–22, 123 yards, 1 TD
Rushing DeShaun Foster 22 carries, 110 yards
Receiving Tab Perry 5 receptions, 113 yards, 1 TD
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 12–22, 204 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing Ahmaad Galloway 21 carries, 76 yards
Receiving Freddie Milons 4 receptions, 124 yards, 1TD

Vanderbilt

See also: 2001 Vanderbilt Commodores football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Crimson Tide 0 6 3 3 12
Commodores 3 3 0 3 9

Dennis Franchione notched his first win as head coach of the Crimson Tide, in a game of field goals, and defeated Vanderbilt 12–9.[4]

Statistics Alabama Vanderbilt
First downs 17 20
Total yards 357 396
Rushing yards 229 143
Passing yards 128 253
Turnovers 0 1
Time of possession 30:19 29:41
Team Category Player Statistics
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 10–17, 128 yards
Rushing Ahmaad Galloway 24 carries, 144 yards
Receiving Antonio Carter 3 receptions, 30 yards
Vanderbilt Passing Greg Zolman 17–34, 253 yards
Rushing Lew Thomas 10 carries, 89 yards
Receiving Dan Stricker 3 receptions, 75 yards

Arkansas

See also: 2001 Arkansas Razorbacks football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Arkansas 3 7 0 0 10
Crimson Tide 7 7 10 7 31

As a result of the September 11 Attacks, the September 15, 2001, contest with Southern Miss was postponed, resulting in the Razorbacks being the Tide's third opponent on the season. Although outgained in total offense, a pair of defensive touchdowns put the Tide over the top before an emotional home crowd 31–10. Bama would score its first points on an 11-yard Ahmaad Galloway touchdown run to take a 7–3 lead in the first quarter. In the second, the teams would alternate touchdowns with Reggie Myles scoring on a 42-yard fumble recovery for the Tide and Brandon Holmes scoring on a 1-yard run to have Bama leading 14–10 at the half.[5] The Tide would open their second half scoring with a 36-yard Neal Thomas field goal followed by a 39-yard Freddie Milons touchdown reception from Tyler Watts. The final points of the evening would come with only 00:20 remaining in the game when Thurman Ward returning an interception 60-yards for a touchdown.[5]

Statistics Arkansas Alabama
First downs 21 11
Total yards 315 249
Rushing yards 106 116
Passing yards 209 133
Turnovers 4 2
Time of possession 35:28 24:32
Team Category Player Statistics
Arkansas Passing Ryan Sorahan 14–19, 133 yards
Rushing Brandon Holmes 17 carries, 81 yards, 1 TD
Receiving George Wilson 7 receptions, 73 yards
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 9–16, 133 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Ahmaad Galloway 20 carries, 63 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Freddie Milons 2 receptions, 45 yards, 1 TD

South Carolina

See also: 2001 South Carolina Gamecocks football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Crimson Tide 6 17 6 7 36
South Carolina 0 10 14 13 37

Although the Tide gained 516 yards of total offense, the Gamecocks prevailed by a final score of 37–36. The South Carolina victory marked their first victory over Alabama in school history.[6]

Statistics Alabama South Carolina
First downs 30 17
Total yards 516 359
Rushing yards 285 68
Passing yards 231 291
Turnovers 3 2
Time of possession 38:55 21:05
Team Category Player Statistics
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 20–25, 231 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing Tyler Watts 22 carries, 162 yards, 2 TD's
Receiving Freddie Milons 8 receptions, 72 yards
South Carolina Passing Phil Petty 19–33, 291 yards, 3 TD's
Rushing Derek Watson 9 carries, 24 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Matthew Thomas 4 receptions, 83 yards

UTEP

See also: 2001 UTEP Miners football team

1 2 3 4 Total
UTEP 0 0 0 7 7
Crimson Tide 21 21 7 7 56

The Tide gained 588 yards of total offense, and defeated the Miners by a final score of 56–7 in the first Legion Field game of the 2001 season. Bama scored 21 points in first on a pair of Donnie Lowe touchdown runs (2 and 1 yard respectively) and a 10-yard Triandos Luke touchdown reception from Tyler Watts. Another 21 points were scored in the second on a pair of Watts touchdown runs (16 and 9 yard respectively) and a 2-yard Luke touchdown reception to give Bama a 42–0 halftime lead.[7] The scoring continued in the second half on a 12-yard Marvin Brown touchdown run and 2-yard Ray Hudson touchdown run. This was the most points Alabama had scored in a game since 1993 vs. Louisiana Tech (56-3).

Statistics UTEP Alabama
First downs 7 27
Total yards 232 588
Rushing yards 133 360
Passing yards 99 228
Turnovers 3 1
Time of possession 24:31 35:29
Team Category Player Statistics
UTEP Passing Wesley Phillips 5–14, 60 yards, 1 INT
Rushing Jon Schaper 5 carries, 70 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Terrance Minor 2 receptions, 33 yards
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 12–18, 147 yards, 2 TD's
Rushing Tyler Watts 9 carries, 101 yards, 2 TD's
Receiving Freddie Milons 4 receptions, 74 yards

Ole Miss

See also: 2001 Ole Miss Rebels football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Crimson Tide 7 10 7 0 24
Ole Miss 0 14 0 13 27

Thirteen unanswered points in the fourth resulted in the Rebels defeating the Tide before the home crowd by a final score of 27–24. Bama scored first on a 6-yard Ahmaad Galloway touchdown run, only to have Ole Miss take the lead after touchdown runs on a 1-yard Toward Sanford run and 25-yard Joe Gunn run. The Tide responded with a 58-yard Sam Collins touchdown reception from Tyler Watts and 31 yard Neal Thomas field goal to take a 17–14 halftime lead.[8]

Alabama extended their lead to 24–14 in the third on a 7-yard Triandos Luke touchdown reception. Ole Miss would respond with a 19-yard Charles Stackhouse touchdown run and Eli Manning hitting Gunn for a 3-yard touchdown pass to seal the victory with 00:46 remaining in the game. For the game, Ole Miss outgained the Tide 430–363 in total offense.[8]

Statistics Alabama Ole Miss
First downs 15 22
Total yards 363 430
Rushing yards 227 105
Passing yards 136 325
Turnovers 1 1
Time of possession 26:33 33:27
Team Category Player Statistics
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 7–24, 136 yards 2 TD's, 1 INT
Rushing Tyler Watts 13 carries, 110 yards
Receiving Sam Collins 1 reception, 58 yards, 1 TD
Ole Miss Passing Eli Manning 22–41, 325 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Joe Gunn 14 carries, 78 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Chris Collins 8 receptions, 110 yards

Tennessee

See also: 2001 Tennessee Volunteers football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Volunteers 7 7 7 14 35
Crimson Tide 3 7 14 0 24

Although Alabama took a 24–21 lead into the fourth quarter, 14 unanswered points in the fourth resulted in Bama losing its seventh consecutive contest to the Vols in the annual Third Saturday in October game. After falling behind 14–3 on a 21-yard pass from Casey Clausen to Donté Stallworth and a 60-yard Travis Stephens run, the Tide responded with a pair of Sam Collins touchdown receptions to take a 17–14 lead.[9]

The Vols responded and took a 21–17 lead following a 21-yard Jason Witten touchdown reception, only to again fall behind 24–21 after a four-yard Ahmaad Galloway touchdown run. Tennessee again came from behind and dominated the fourth quarter and seal the victory with a one-yard Clausen and one-yard Stephens touchdown runs in the fourth.[9]

Statistics Tennessee Alabama
First downs 23 13
Total yards 480 328
Rushing yards 187 163
Passing yards 293 165
Turnovers 0 0
Time of possession 36:19 23:41
Team Category Player Statistics
Tennessee Passing Casey Clausen 21–28, 293 yards, 2 TD's
Rushing Travis Stephens 33 carries, 162 yards, 2 TD's
Receiving Kelley Washington 4 receptions, 93 yards
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 10–23, 165 yards, 2 TD's
Rushing Santonio Beard 10 carries, 141 yards
Receiving Freddie Milons 2 receptions, 46 yards

LSU

See also: 2001 LSU Tigers football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Tigers 14 0 14 7 35
Crimson Tide 0 10 11 0 21

On Homecoming in Tuscaloosa, LSU dominated in gaining 611 yards of total offense (with a record 528 yards through the air) and defeated the Tide 35–21. LSU took a 14–0 lead in the first quarter on a 3-yard LaBrandon Toefield run and a 34-yard touchdown pass from Rohan Davey to Jerel Myers. Bama responded in the second with a 22-yard Neal Thomas field goal and 5-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Watts to Terry Jones, Jr. to make the score to 14–10 at the half.[10]

Early in the third, Toefield again scored on a two-yard run to give the Tigers a 21–10 lead. Bama tied the game at 21 after another Thomas field goal and 22-yard Watts touchdown run. LSU responded and scored on a 25-yard Josh Reed touchdown reception late in the third and on a 6-yard Toefield touchdown run in the fourth. Reed's 293 yards receiving set a SEC record for receiving yardage in a game.[10]

Statistics LSU Alabama
First downs 30 18
Total yards 611 383
Rushing yards 83 174
Passing yards 528 209
Turnovers 3 1
Time of possession 31:02 28:58
Team Category Player Statistics
LSU Passing Rohan Davey 35–44, 528 yards, 2 TD's, 1 INT
Rushing LaBrandon Toefield 23 carries, 73 yards, 3 TD's
Receiving Josh Reed 19 receptions, 293 yards, 1 TD
Alabama Passing Tyler Watts 13–22, 165 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Tyler Watts 21 carries, 86 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Freddie Milons 5 receptions, 91 yards

Mississippi State

See also: 2001 Mississippi State Bulldogs football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Bulldogs 0 7 10 0 17
Crimson Tide 7 3 0 14 24

Bama put an end to a three-game losing streak and defeated the Bulldogs of Mississippi State 24–17 before the home crowd. The Tide took a 10–0 lead late into the second quarter on a 6-yard Santonio Beard touchdown run and 20-yard Neal Thomas field goal. The Bulldogs answered, and scored the next 17 points on a pair of Kevin Fant touchdown passes and a 43-yard John M. Marlin field goal to take a 17–10 lead into the fourth quarter. In the fourth, Andrew Zow hit Donnie Lowe for a 10-yard touchdown strike to tie the game at 17, with Beard scoring his second touchdown on a game-winning, 14-yard run.[11]

Statistics Mississippi State Alabama
First downs 16 22
Total yards 300 401
Rushing yards 117 228
Passing yards 183 173
Turnovers 1 2
Time of possession 29:38 30:22
Team Category Player Statistics
Mississippi State Passing Kevin Fant 17–29, 175 yards, 2 TD's
Rushing Dontae Walker 15 carries, 101 yards
Receiving Dicenzo Miller 2 receptions, 43 yards, 1 TD
Alabama Passing Andrew Zow 12–22, 157 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Santonio Beard 15 carries, 95 yards, 2 TD's
Receiving Antonio Carter 4 receptions, 58 yards

Auburn

See also: 2001 Auburn Tigers football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Crimson Tide 0 14 7 10 31
Tigers 0 7 0 0 7

On The Plains, Alabama outgained the Tigers in total offense 549–272 and secured the Tide's upset victory at Auburn 31–7 in the 2001 Iron Bowl. After a scoreless first, Bama scored first on an eight-yard Santonio Beard touchdown run. Auburn answered with their lone score on a 5-yard Ronnie Brown run. The Tide scored next with Andrew Zow connecting with Jason McAddley for a 45-yard touchdown strike to give the visitors a 14–7 lead at the half.[12]

The second half again saw the Tide strike early on a 47-yard Beard run, with the final scores coming in the fourth on a 10-yard Terry Jones, Jr. touchdown reception and a 26-yard Neal Thomas field goal.[12] Although slightly outgained in passing yardage 221–231, Bama outrushed the Tigers 328–41 to give Alabama the 31–7 victory.[12]

Statistics Alabama Auburn
First downs 25 15
Total yards 549 272
Rushing yards 328 41
Passing yards 221 231
Turnovers 0 1
Time of possession 34:01 25:59
Team Category Player Statistics
Alabama Passing Andrew Zow 22–29, 221 yards, 2 TD's
Rushing Santonio Beard 20 carries, 199 yards, 2 TD's
Receiving Freddie Milons 6 receptions, 79 yards
Auburn Passing Daniel Cobb 9–17, 139 yards
Rushing Ronnie Brown 15 carries, 41 yards, 1 TD
Receiving Robert Johnson 2 receptions, 47 yards

Southern Miss

See also: 2001 Southern Miss Golden Eagles football team

1 2 3 4 Total
Golden Eagles 0 6 9 0 15
Crimson Tide 0 7 15 6 28

The contest against the Golden Eagles was originally to have been played on September 15, 2001; however, as a result of the September 11 attacks, the game was postponed and subsequently played on November 29, a Thursday night, at Legion Field. Although mired in rainy and windy conditions, both Ahmaad Galloway (on runs of 40 and 11 yards respectively) and Andrew Zow (on a 14-yard pass to Sam Collins, and a 26-yard pass to Freddie Milons) each notched a pair of touchdowns in the victory.[13]

Statistics Southern Miss Alabama
First downs 22 16
Total yards 286 311
Rushing yards 47 221
Passing yards 239 90
Turnovers 3 3
Time of possession 33:26 26:34
Team Category Player Statistics
Southern Miss Passing Jeff Kelly 23–36, 239 yards 2 TD's, 1 INT
Rushing James Walley 22 carries, 65 yards
Receiving Leroy Handy 7 receptions, 80 yards, 2 TD's
Alabama Passing Andrew Zow 7–19, 90 yards, 2 TD's, 1 INT
Rushing Ahmaad Galloway 24 carries, 126 yards, 2 TD's
Receiving Freddie Milons 2 receptions, 44 yards, 1 TD

Iowa State

Main article: 2001 Independence Bowl

See also: Iowa State Cyclones football

1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 3 7 3 0 13
Crimson Tide 0 7 0 7 14

In the 26th annual Independence Bowl, the Tide struggled against the Cyclones offensively and were outgained 456 yards of offense to 269, but a missed 47-yard field goal attempt with 46 seconds left in the game sealed the victory for Alabama.[14]

Statistics Iowa State Alabama
First downs 23 15
Total yards 456 269
Rushing yards 172 150
Passing yards 284 119
Turnovers 0 1
Time of possession 30:38 29:22
Team Category Player Statistics
Iowa State Passing Seneca Wallace 25–42, 284 yards
Rushing Ennis Haywood 20 carries, 125 yards
Receiving Craig Campbell 7 receptions, 109 yards
Alabama Passing Andrew Zow 11–19, 119 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing Ahmaad Galloway 16 carries, 90 yards
Receiving Terry Jones Jr. 2 receptions, 44 yards, 1 TD

Statistics

Team

Team Opp
Scoring 304 219
  Points per Game 27.6 19.9
First Downs 211 206
  Rushing 119 73
  Passing 80 114
  Penalty 12 19
Total Offense 4503 3972
  Avg per Play 6.2 5.4
  Avg per Game 409.4 361.1
Fumbles-Lost 24–10 27–13
Penalties-Yards 93–737 67–565
  Avg per Game 67.0 51.4
Team Opp
Punts-Yards 52–2,016 54–2,151
  Avg per Punt 38.8 39.8
Time of Possession/Game 30:16 29:44
3rd Down Conversions 66/156 60/154
4th Down Conversions 1–6 7–17
Touchdowns Scored 37 28
Field Goals-Attempts 15–21 8–16
PAT-Attempts 33–35 25–28
Attendance 576,183 254,591
  Games/Avg per Game 82,312 63,648

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Scores by quarter

1 2 3 4 Total
Alabama 58 105 80 61 304
Opponents 27 68 67 57 219

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Offense

Rushing

Name GP Att Yards Avg TD Long Avg/G
Ahmaad Galloway 11 174 881 5.1 6 40 80.1
Santonio Beard 8 77 633 8.2 4 69 79.1
Tyler Watts 9 111 564 5.1 5 32 62.7
Ray Hudson 11 37 205 5.5 1 35 18.6
Donnie Lowe 9 19 78 4.1 2 19 8.7
Andrew Zow 6 29 69 2.4 0 18 11.5
Marvin Brown 10 9 54 6.0 1 13 5.4
Freddie Milons 11 4 10 2.5 0 13 0.9
Jonathan Richey 11 3 6 2.0 0 6 0.5
Nick Signaigo 1 1 4 4.0 0 4 4.0
Brandon Miree 2 3 3 0.7 0 3 1.0
Neal Thomas 11 1 0 0 0 0 0
TEAM 4 3 −5 −1.7 0 0 −1.2
Dre Fulgham 8 1 −11 −11 0 0 −1.4
Total 11 472 2,490 5.3 19 69 226.4
Opponents 11 382 1,198 3.1 15 74 108.9

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Passing

Name GP Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Tyler Watts 9 135.06 172–94–3 54.7 1,325 10 78 147.2
Andrew Zow 6 143.06 83–48–2 57.8 654 6 71 109.0
Antonio Carter 11 192.80 2–1–0 50.0 34 0 34 3.1
Jonathan Richey 11 0.00 2–0–0 50.0 0 0 0 0
TEAM 4 0.00 1–0–0 50.0 0 0 0 0
Total 11 136.50 260–143–5 55.0 2,013 16 78 183.0
Opponents 11 131.64 360–210–6 58.3 2,774 13 58 252.2

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Receiving

Name GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Freddie Milons 11 36 626 17.4 3 71 56.9
Antonio Carter 11 32 428 13.4 1 78 38.9
Jason McAddley 11 18 259 14.4 2 45 23.5
Sam Collins 11 18 252 14.0 4 58 22.9
Triandos Luke 11 15 152 10.1 3 29 13.8
Terry Jones, Jr. 11 12 156 13.0 2 39 14.2
Donnie Lowe 9 3 26 8.7 1 12 12.9
Ahmaad Galloway 11 3 20 6.7 0 7 1.8
Dre Fulgham 8 2 42 21.0 0 34 5.2
Ray Hudson 11 1 26 26.0 0 26 2.4
Theo Sanders 11 1 26 26.0 0 26 2.4
Santonio Beard 8 1 8 8.0 0 8 1.0
Marico Portis 11 1 −8 −8.0 0 0 −0.7
Total 11 143 2,013 14.1 16 78 183.0
Opponents 11 210 2,774 13.2 13 58 252.2

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