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Thursday, September 11, 2008 11:41am
By: Accsports Staff

DEPARTING PLAYERS

Departing Players

Starters (11)

LB Xavier Adibi, DT Barry Booker, LT Duane Brown, PK Jud Dunlevy, DE Chris Ellis, LB Vince Hall, WR Justin Harper, WR Josh Morgan, FS D.J. Parker, DT Carlton Powell, WR/PR Eddie Royal

Other Contributors

PK Jared Develli, LB Corey Gordon, WR Josh Hyman, DS Scott King, DS Bart McMillin, DT Kory Robertson, FB Carlton Weatherford

2008 Returning Starters^

Offense (7)

Pos. Name Ht./Wt. 2008 Class
QB Sean Glennon 6-4/225 *Sr.
RB Branden Ore 5-11/205 *Sr.
TE Sam Wheeler 6-3/267 *Jr.
LG Nick Marshman 6-5/357 *Sr.
OC Ryan Shuman 6-3/314 *Sr.
RG Sergio Render 6-4/310 Jr.
RT Ed Wang 6-5/312 *Jr.

Defense (5)

DE Orion Martin 6-2/256 *Sr.
LB Cam Martin 6-1/209 *Jr.
RV Kam Chancellor 6-3/220 Jr.
CB Brandon Flowers 5-10/200 *Sr.
CB Victor Harris 6-0/203 Sr.

Special Teams (1)

P Brent Bowden 6-3/213 *Jr.

  • – has utilized redshirt season
    ^ – six/more 2007 regular-season starts

Other Tested Returnees

Offense

TE Greg Boone, RB Jahre Cheeseman, OG Richard Graham, OG Brandon Holland, FB Kenny Jefferson, RB Kenny Lewis, TE Andre Smith, QB Tyrod Taylor, OC Beau Warren

Defense

DE Nekos Brown, DT John Graves, LB Cody Grimm, FS Davon Morgan, RV Dorian Porch, LB Purnell Sturdivant, CB Stephan Virgil, LB Brett Warren, DE Jason Worilds

Recent Results

Year BE/ACC Overall Postseason
1997 5-2 (2) 7-5 Gator Bowl (L)
1998 5-2 (2) 9-3 Music City Bowl (W)
1999 7-0 (1) 11-1 Sugar Bowl (L)
2000 6-1 (2) 11-1 Gator Bowl (W)
2001 4-3 (3) 8-4 Gator Bowl (L)
2002 3-4 (4) 10-4 San Francisco Bowl (W)
2003 4-3 (4) 8-5 Insight.com Bowl (W)
2004 7-1 (1) 10-3 Sugar Bowl (L)
2005 7-1 (1C) 11-2 Gator Bowl (W)
2006 6-2 (2C) 10-3 Chick-fil-A Bowl (L)
2007 7-1 (1C) 11-2 Orange Bowl

ACC: 27-5 (.844)
Overall: 99-28 (.780)

2008 Opponents

Home

Team 2007 Record^
Duke 1-11 (0-8)
Georgia Tech 7-5 (4-4)
Maryland 6-6 (3-5)
Virginia 9-3 (6-2)
Furman 6-5 (4-3)
TBA  

Away

Boston College 10-3 (6-2)
Florida State 7-5 (4-4)
Miami 5-7 (2-6)
North Carolina 4-8 (3-5)
East Carolina 7-5 (6-2)
Nebraska 5-7 (2-6)

^ – before bowl games (conference)

Note: Finalized times/dates TBA.