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South Team 10 10 0 0</td>

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Date January 25, 2014
Stadium Ladd Peebles Stadium
Location Mobile, Alabama

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, with the South team winning the game 20-10. Mike Smith of the Atlanta Falcons and Gus Bradley of the Jacksonville Jaguars served as the North and South head coaches, respectively.[2]

Coverage of the event was provided on the NFL Network.

Rosters

North Team

No. Name Position HT/WT School
1 Josh Huff WR 5'11"/220 Oregon
2 Nevin Lawson CB 5'10"/186 Utah State
3 Logan Thomas QB 6'6"/254 Virginia Tech
4 Marqueston Huff CB 6'0"/195 Wyoming
5 Isaiah Lewis S 5'10"/210 Michigan State
6 Ahmad Dixon S 6'0"/205 Baylor
9 Chris Boswell K 6'2"/200 Rice
10 Tajh Boyd QB 6'1"/225 Clemson
13 Kirby Van Der Kamp P 6'4"/211 Iowa State
14 Dezmen Southward S 6'2"/210 Wisconsin
15 Jimmie Ward CB 5'11"/192 Northern Illinois
16 Michael Campanaro WR 5'11"/190 Wake Forest
16 Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB 6'3"/220 Nebraska
17 Stephen Morris QB 6'2"/218 Miami (FL)
20 Deone Bucannon S 6'1"/198 Washington State
20 James White RB 5'10"/195 Wisconsin
22 Kain Colter WR 6'0"/190 Northwestern
23 Dontae Johnson CB 6'2"/195 North Carolina State
25 Gator Hoskins TE 6'2"/244 Marshall
30 Pierre Desir CB 6'2"/206 Lindenwood
33 Charles Sims RB 6'0"/213 West Virginia
34 David Fluellen RB 6'0"/215 Toledo
44 Chris Borland ILB 5'11"/246 Wisconsin
45 Christian Kirksey OLB 6'2"/235 Iowa
46 Jonathan Brown OLB 6'1"/235 Illinois
55 Michael Sam OLB 6'2"/255 Missouri
56 Jordan Zumwalt ILB 6'4"/235 UCLA
No. Name Position HT/WT School
58 Tyler Larsen C 6'4"/312 Utah State
59 Shamar Stephen DT 6'5"/315 Connecticut
63 Tyler Ott LS 6'3"/245 Harvard
65 Brandon Linder OG 6'6"/319 Miami (FL)
68 Cyril Richardson OG 6'5"/335 Baylor
70 Weston Richburg C 6'4"/300 Colorado State
72 Zach Martin OT 6'4"/308 Notre Dame
74 Jack Mewhort OT 6'7"/308 Ohio State
75 Brandon Thomas OT 6'3"/305 Clemson
76 Seantrel Henderson OT 6'8"/345 Miami (FL)
78 Michael Schofield OG 6'7"/304 Michigan
79 Kadeem Edwards OG 6'3"/315 Tennessee State
80 Shaquelle Evans WR 6'1"/204 UCLA
82 Jeff Janis WR 6'3"/205 Saginaw Valley State
84 Jared Abbrederis WR 6'2"/190 Wisconsin
85 Ryan Hewitt FB 6'4"/245 Stanford
86 Jacob Pedersen TE 6'5"/240 Wisconsin
87 C. J. Fiedorowicz TE 6'7"/265 Iowa
88 Robert Herron WR 5'10"/187 Wyoming
90 Marcus Smith OLB 6'3"/252 Louisville
91 DaQuan Jones DT 6'3"/318 Penn State
93 Trent Murphy DE 6'6"/261 Stanford
94 Will Clarke DT 6'7"/273 West Virginia
95 Kareem Martin DE 6'6"/265 North Carolina
97 Aaron Donald DT 6'0"/285 Pittsburgh
98 James Gayle DE 6'4"/255 Virginia Tech
99 Ra'Shede Hageman DT 6'6"/311 Minnesota

South Team

No. Name Position HT/WT School
1 Mike Davis WR 6'2"/195 Texas
1 Keith McGill CB 6'3"/205 Utah
2 Cody Hoffman WR 6'4"/215 BYU
3 Kyle Van Noy OLB 6'3"/245 BYU
3 Ryan Grant WR 6'1"/191 Tulane
4 Derek Carr QB 6'3"/218 Fresno State
5 Antonio Andrews RB 6'0"/211 Western Kentucky
6 Craig Loston S 6'2"/209 LSU
7 Christian Jones ILB 6'4"/235 Florida State
8 Jalen Saunders WR 5'9"/157 Oklahoma
10 Jimmy Garoppolo QB 6'2"/222 Eastern Illinois
11 Chris Davis CB 5'11"/200 Auburn
12 David Fales QB 6'2"/220 San Jose State
13 Jemea Thomas S 5'10"/195 Georgia Tech
14 Aaron Colvin CB 5'11"/182 Oklahoma
18 Lavelle Westbrooks CB 6'0"/192 Georgia Southern
20 Walt Aikens CB 6'1"/200 Liberty
21 Lorenzo Taliaferro RB 6'2"/230 Coastal Carolina
22 Telvin Smith OLB 6'3"/218 Florida State
23 Jaylen Watkins CB 6'0"/181 Florida
24 Jerick McKinnon RB 5'9"/215 Georgia Southern
26 Kenny Ladler S 6'1"/205 Vanderbilt
29 Cody Mandell P 6'4"/213 Alabama
30 Dee Ford DE 6'2"/240 Auburn
31 Terrence Brooks S 5'11"/200 Florida State
35 Jay Prosch FB 6'1"/250 Auburn
36 Cody Parkey K 6'0"/190 Auburn
No. Name Position HT/WT School
37 Jordan Tripp OLB 6'3"/237 Montana
42 Chris Smith DE 6'3"/268 Arkansas
45 Jeremiah Attaochu OLB 6'3"/242 Georgia Tech
49 Ed Stinson DE 6'4"/292 Alabama
50 Lamin Barrow ILB 6'2"/232 LSU
52 Bryan Stork C 6'4"/305 Florida State
52 Adrian Hubbard OLB 6'6"/252 Alabama
60 Gabe Jackson OG 6'4"/335 Mississippi State
62 Marcus Heit LS 6'3"/244 Kansas State
64 Travis Swanson C 6'5"/318 Arkansas
65 Gabe Ikard C 6'3"/298 Oklahoma
66 Wesley Johnson OG 6'5"/295 Vanderbilt
67 Jon Halapio OG 6'3"/315 Florida
70 Ja'Wuan James OT 6'6"/318 Tennessee
71 Joel Bitonio OG 6'4"/315 Nevada
72 Billy Turner OT 6'6"/314 North Dakota State
78 Morgan Moses OT 6'6"/335 Virginia
80 Solomon Patton WR 5'9"/171 Florida
83 Kevin Norwood WR 6'2"/195 Alabama
85 Marcel Jensen TE 6'6"/260 Fresno State
87 Jordan Matthews WR 6'5"/272 Vanderbilt
88 Arthur Lynch TE 6'5"/254 Georgia
90 Will Sutton DT 6'1"/305 Arizona State
91 Caraun Reid DT 6'1"/305 Princeton
92 Deandre Coleman DT 6'5"/315 California
95 Justin Ellis DT 6'2"/357 Louisiana Tech
98 Daniel McCullers DT 6'8"/351 Tennessee
99 Brent Urban DE 6'7"/295 Virginia

Game summary

Scoring summary

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

Statistics

Statistics North South
First Downs 17 12
Total offense, plays - yards 70–231 54–231
Rushes-yards (net) 32–94 22–50
Passing yards (net) 137 181
Passes, Att-Comp-Int 21–39–3 19–31–2
Time of Possession 34:00 26:00

References

  1. ^ "Let's Go REESE'S". The Hershey Company. Retrieved December 28, 2013. 
  2. ^ DiRocco, Michael (January 2, 2014). "Mike Smith, Gus Bradley to coach". ESPN. Retrieved January 12, 2014.