2014 Senior Bowl

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2014 Reese's Senior Bowl
All-Star Bowl Game
1234Total
North Team030710
South Team10100020
DateJanuary 25, 2014
Season2013
StadiumLadd Peebles Stadium
LocationMobile, Alabama
MVPDee Ford
Attendance37,914
United States TV coverage
NetworkNFL Network
Senior Bowl
 < 2013 2015
 
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2014 Reese's Senior Bowl
All-Star Bowl Game
1234Total
North Team030710
South Team10100020
DateJanuary 25, 2014
Season2013
StadiumLadd Peebles Stadium
LocationMobile, Alabama
MVPDee Ford
Attendance37,914
United States TV coverage
NetworkNFL Network
Senior Bowl
 < 2013 2015

The 2014 Senior Bowl was an all-star college football exhibition game featured players from the 2013 college football season, and prospects for the 2014 Draft of the professional National Football League (NFL). The game concluded the post-season that began on December 21, 2013. It was sponsored by Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and is officially known as the Reese's Senior Bowl.[1]

The game was played on January 25, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. CST, at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama between "North" and "South" teams. South won last year's game 21-16.[2] Mike Smith of the Atlanta Falcons and Gus Bradley of the Jacksonville Jaguars will serve as the North and South head coaches, respectively.[3]

Coverage of the event will be provided on the NFL Network.

Rosters[edit]

North Team[edit]

No.NamePositionHT/WTSchool
1Josh HuffWR5'11"/220Oregon
2Nevin LawsonCB5'10"/186Utah State
3Logan ThomasQB6'6"/254Virginia Tech
4Marqueston HuffCB6'0"/195Wyoming
5Isaiah LewisS5'10"/210Michigan State
6Ahmad DixonS6'0"/205Baylor
9Chris BoswellK6'2"/200Rice
10Tajh BoydQB6'1"/225Clemson
13Kirby Van Der KampP6'4"/211Iowa State
14Dezmen SouthwardS6'2"/210Wisconsin
15Jimmie WardCB5'11"/192Northern Illinois
16Michael CampanaroWR5'11"/190Wake Forest
16Stanley Jean-BaptisteCB6'3"/220Nebraska
17Stephen MorrisQB6'2"/218Miami (FL)
20Deone BucannonS6'1"/198Washington State
20James WhiteRB5'10"/195Wisconsin
22Kain ColterWR6'0"/190Northwestern
23Dontae JohnsonCB6'2"/195North Carolina State
25Gator HoskinsTE6'2"/244Marshall
30Pierre DesirCB6'2"/206Lindenwood
33Charles SimsRB6'0"/213West Virginia
34David FluellenRB6'0"/215Toledo
44Chris BorlandILB5'11"/246Wisconsin
45Christian KirkseyOLB6'2"/235Iowa
46Jonathan BrownOLB6'1"/235Illinois
55Michael SamOLB6'2"/255Missouri
56Jordan ZumwaltILB6'4"/235UCLA
No.NamePositionHT/WTSchool
58Tyler LarsenC6'4"/312Utah State
59Shamar StephenDT6'5"/315Connecticut
63Tyler OttLS6'3"/245Harvard
65Brandon LinderOG6'6"/319Miami (FL)
68Cyril RichardsonOG6'5"/335Baylor
70Weston RichburgC6'4"/300Colorado State
72Zach MartinOT6'4"/308Notre Dame
74Jack MewhortOT6'7"/308Ohio State
75Brandon ThomasOT6'3"/305Clemson
76Seantrel HendersonOT6'8"/345Miami (FL)
78Michael SchofieldOG6'7"/304Michigan
79Kadeem EdwardsOG6'3"/315Tennessee State
80Shaquelle EvansWR6'1"/204UCLA
82Jeff JanisWR6'3"/205Saginaw Valley State
84Jared AbbrederisWR6'2"/190Wisconsin
85Ryan HewittFB6'4"/245Stanford
86Jacob PedersenTE6'5"/240Wisconsin
87C. J. FiedorowiczTE6'7"/265Iowa
88Robert HerronWR5'10"/187Wyoming
90Marcus SmithOLB6'3"/252Louisville
91DaQuan JonesDT6'3"/318Penn State
93Trent MurphyDE6'6"/261Stanford
94Will ClarkeDT6'7"/273West Virginia
95Kareem MartinDE6'6"/265North Carolina
97Aaron DonaldDT6'0"/285Pittsburgh
98James GayleDE6'4"/255Virginia Tech
99Ra'Shede HagemanDT6'6"/311Minnesota

South Team[edit]

No.NamePositionHT/WTSchool
1Mike DavisWR6'2"/195Texas
1Keith McGillCB6'3"/205Utah
2Cody HoffmanWR6'4"/215BYU
3Kyle Van NoyOLB6'3"/245BYU
3Ryan GrantWR6'1"/191Tulane
4Derek CarrQB6'3"/218Fresno State
5Antonio AndrewsRB6'0"/211Western Kentucky
6Craig LostonS6'2"/209LSU
7Christian JonesILB6'4"/235Florida State
8Jalen SaundersWR5'9"/157Oklahoma
10Jimmy GaroppoloQB6'2"/222Eastern Illinois
11Chris DavisCB5'11"/200Auburn
12David FalesQB6'2"/220San Jose State
13Jemea ThomasS5'10"/195Georgia Tech
14Aaron ColvinCB5'11"/182Oklahoma
18Lavelle WestbrooksCB6'0"/192Georgia Southern
20Walt AikensCB6'1"/200Liberty
21Lorenzo TaliaferroRB6'2"/230Coastal Carolina
22Telvin SmithOLB6'3"/218Florida State
23Jaylen WatkinsCB6'0"/181Florida
24Jerick McKinnonRB5'9"/215Georgia Southern
26Kenny LadlerS6'1"/205Vanderbilt
29Cody MandellP6'4"/213Alabama
30Dee FordDE6'2"/240Auburn
31Terrence BrooksS5'11"/200Florida State
35Jay ProschFB6'1"/250Auburn
36Cody ParkeyK6'0"/190Auburn
No.NamePositionHT/WTSchool
37Jordan TrippOLB6'3"/237Montana
42Chris SmithDE6'3"/268Arkansas
45Jeremiah AttaochuOLB6'3"/242Georgia Tech
49Ed StinsonDE6'4"/292Alabama
50Lamin BarrowILB6'2"/232LSU
52Bryan StorkC6'4"/305Florida State
52Adrian HubbardOLB6'6"/252Alabama
60Gabe JacksonOG6'4"/335Mississippi State
62Marcus HeitLS6'3"/244Kansas State
64Travis SwansonC6'5"/318Arkansas
65Gabe IkardC6'3"/298Oklahoma
66Wesley JohnsonOG6'5"/295Vanderbilt
67Jon HalapioOG6'3"/315Florida
70Ja'Wuan JamesOT6'6"/318Tennessee
71Joel BitonioOG6'4"/315Nevada
72Billy TurnerOT6'6"/314North Dakota State
78Morgan MosesOT6'6"/335Virginia
80Solomon PattonWR5'9"/171Florida
83Kevin NorwoodWR6'2"/195Alabama
85Marcel JensenTE6'6"/260Fresno State
87Jordan MatthewsWR6'5"/272Vanderbilt
88Arthur LynchTE6'5"/254Georgia
90Will SuttonDT6'1"/305Arizona State
91Caraun ReidDT6'1"/305Princeton
92Deandre ColemanDT6'5"/315California
95Justin EllisDT6'2"/357Louisiana Tech
98Daniel McCullersDT6'8"/351Tennessee
99Brent UrbanDE6'7"/295Virginia

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary[edit]

Scoring PlayScore
1st Quarter
SOUTH – Crockett Gillmore 17–yard pass from Derek Carr (Cody Parkey kick), 09:53SOUTH 7 – 0
SOUTH – Cody Parkey 50–yard field goal, 01:35SOUTH 10 – 0
2nd Quarter
SOUTH – Cody Parkey 39–yard field goal, 11:20SOUTH 13 – 0
SOUTH – Kevin Norwood 24–yard pass from David Fales (Cody Parkey kick), 07:32SOUTH 20 – 0
NORTH – Chris Boswell 38–yard field goal, 00:54SOUTH 20 – 3
3rd Quarter
No ScoringSOUTH 20 – 3
4th Quarter
NORTH – James White 1–yard run (Chris Boswell kick), 06:04SOUTH 20 – 10

Statistics[edit]

StatisticsNorthSouth
First Downs1712
Total offense, plays - yards70–23154–231
Rushes-yards (net)32–9422–50
Passing yards (net)137181
Passes, Att-Comp-Int21–39–319–31–2
Time of Possession34:0026:00

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Let's Go REESE'S". The Hershey Company. Retrieved December 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ Game Recaps : 2013 South 21, North 16, Senior Bowl, 2013
  3. ^ DiRocco, Michael (January 2, 2014). "Mike Smith, Gus Bradley to coach". ESPN. Retrieved January 12, 2014. 

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