Gary Pajcic
Gary Pajcic
Full Name:  Gary Curtis Pajcic
     Born:  October 2, 1947 in Jacksonville, Fl
     Died:  August 2, 2006 in Jacksonville, Fl
   School:  Paxon High School in Jacksonville, Florida


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Bill Cappleman, Kim Hammond, Bill Burkhardt, GARY PAJCIC  


FSU Career
Football
Year  No  Pos     Hgt  Wgt  Cl  Ltr  Hometown
1966  16  QB      6-2  192  So   *   Jacksonville                
1967  16  QB      6-2  192  Jr   *   Jacksonville                
1968  16  QB      6-2  188  Sr   *   Jacksonville                
Moore-Stone Award

                                                                 


Awards
Football
Year  Award
1966  Associated Press - All-American - Honorable Mention
Elected into the FSU Hall of Fame in 2007
At FSU, Pajcic enjoyed immediate success starring on the freshman team in the fall of 1965 before taking over as the starting quarterback on the varsity. Pajcic earned honorable mention All-America honors as a sophomore in 1966 throwing for over 1,500 yards and eight touchdowns. Among his touchdown passes that year, which ranked third best in school history at the time, was an 86-yarder to best friend Ron Sellers against Wake Forest.

Following the 1966 season, Pajcic suffered an arm injury that put him behind a pair of eventual FSU Hall of Famers Kim Hammond and Bill Cappleman. However, his reputation as a passer made him one of the most reliable and memorable quarterbacks in Seminole history.

After graduation, Pajcic became an even bigger star with his dedication to helping the underpriviledged and underrepresented with a strong focus on education. He and his family have literally given millions toward educational efforts in Jacksonville. Just last year, Gary and his brother Steve made $100,000 donations to both former Seminole Warrick Dunn's foundation to assist single mothers with first-time homes, and former Florida star Danny Wuerffel's Desire Street Ministries. His commitment to improving his community and state have been recognized by a number of organizations.

Obituary
From the Florida Times Union
Last modified Thu., August 03, 2006 - 01:54 AM
Originally created Thursday, August 3, 2006

Death stuns city's legal community

He'd been on life support since having a seizure on Sunday.

By JESSIE-LYNNE KERR, The Times-Union

Gary Pajcic, a former football star who used the fruits of his successful Jacksonville law practice to help others from his boyhood blue-collar neighborhood, died about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday of a rare form of viral encephalitis. He had been on life support after having a seizure Sunday at his summer home on Amelia island. He was 58.

The death of the onetime Florida State University quarterback who became a talented lawyer, philanthropist and advocate stunned the legal community.

"Jacksonville has countless attorneys who are much better lawyers because of Gary's influence," said Hank Coxe, president of The Florida Bar, who as a young Jacksonville prosecutor was mentored by Mr. Pajcic. "He took me under his wing when I started and I am forever in his debt."

"What a tragic loss," said State Attorney Harry Shorstein, who hired Mr. Pajcic straight out of law school in 1972.

"Gary was one of the most talented trial lawyers I ever knew," Shorstein said. "He had a special ability to communicate and develop a relationship with juries. They liked him and trusted him. I don't know of anyone who has ever done it better."

His brother and law partner, Steve Pajcic, said he remembered that winning was not everything.

Highlights of the life of Jacksonville lawyer Gary Pajcic

ACADEMIC / ATHLETICS
Named Florida's Scholar-Athlete in 1965 while at Paxon High School. Became starting quarterback for Florida State Seminoles as a sophomore in 1966, was a three-year letterman.

POLITICS
Had active role in his brother's bid for governor in 1986, when Steve was the Democratic nominee. Also active in the campaigns of former Gov. Lawton Chiles and former President Clinton. Chaired the 1995 campaign of Nat Glover, who became Jacksonville's first elected black sheriff.

JUSTICE
Becoming an assistant state attorney after law school, he won the first capital felony case in Jacksonville after the reinstatement of Florida's death penalty.

CIVIL LAW
Was one of the first lawyers to sue Ford and Firestone over defective tires on Ford Explorers just three weeks before the companies had a nationwide recall. Last year, won a $10.2 million verdict against Ford Motor Co. for defective roof and seat belt systems in Explorers.

PHILANTHROPY
With his brother, established a $1 million endowment for Paxon High graduates from his old neighborhood to attend the University of Florida. Another $1 million was given to supplement teaching salaries at his elementary school, Annie R. Morgan. He sponsored six basketball teams for youngsters in the North Riverside area and paid for college for several of them, as well as gave $100,000 to the Warrick Dunn Foundation, which helps single mothers buy their first home.

"First, he was the most loving, unselfish person. Second, he was a fierce competitor who knew that winning was not the most important thing. And third, he put his family first, but put his energy into helping those in need," Pajcic said.

Pajcic said he and his younger brother were close and they chose law careers so they could work together.

"He was like the other half of me," he said. "He was my best friend."

Mr. Pajcic grew up one of six children in the Woodstock Park neighborhood. He attended Annie R. Morgan Elementary and then excelled at Paxon High, where he played football and was named Florida's Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

He used his athletic prowess to earn a football scholarship to Florida State University, where he was the quarterback for three years. He eventually was named to the Jacksonville Sports Hall of Fame.

After joining the State Attorney's Office after law school, Mr. Pajcic quickly rose through the ranks and won the first capital felony case in Jacksonville after the reinstatement of Florida's death penalty. He left to start a private practice with his brother.

As the law firm prospered, the Pajcics reached back to help those who lived in their old neighborhood. The Pajcic Scholars Program, endowed with $1 million, gave University of North Florida scholarships to Paxon High graduates. Another $1 million went to Annie R. Morgan Elementary to supplement teacher salaries, which helped the school rise from an "F" grade to an "A" from the state.

Mr. Pajcic also sponsored six basketball teams for underprivileged children in the North Riverside area, even paying for college tuition for those who qualified. More recently, Mr. Pajcic gave $100,000 to the Warrick Dunn Foundation, set up by the former FSU football star to help single mothers buy their first homes, and another $100,000 to former Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel's Desire Street Ministries to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.

"We've lost an awfully good Floridian and a good friend of FSU and a good friend to education," FSU President T.K. Wetherell said.

When his brother, a former state legislator, ran unsuccessfully for governor in 1986, Mr. Pajcic was an important leader of the campaign and he was active working for other Democratic candidates, including Gov. Lawton Chiles and President Clinton.

But his boldest political move was believing Jacksonville was ready to elect a black sheriff. Mr. Pajcic chaired the successful 1995 campaign of Nat Glover.

"Gary was the kind of individual who left you with a 'we are pals' kind of feeling," Glover said. "His personality was consistent with the quality that allowed him to be convincing in the courtroom."

One of Mr. Pajcic's close friends and golfing buddies is Andy Cheney, president of Mercantile Bank. He introduced Pajcic to his wife of seven years, Sallyn, who was the bank's marketing director.

Other survivors include four sons, Curt Pajcic, Curry Pajcic, Ian Pajcic and Seth Pajcic; a daughter, Shaara Pajcic; his mother, Louise Pajcic of Jacksonville; four sisters, Sue Moonley and Kathy Johnson, both of Jacksonville, Mary Grace Evors of Fort Walton Beach and Phyllis Sharpe of Rockledge; and nine grandchildren.

"He was successful in what he did professionally, he was a great father to his kids, and he had more friends that you can count," Cheney said. "His was a life cut short too soon."

An autopsy will be performed to try to determine the cause of the encephalitis, which can be caused by viral infection from mosquitoes, ticks and other insects or by a bacterial infection.

Ron Sellers, FSU's All-American wide receiver and college football Hall of Famer, drove from his Palm Beach Gardens home Monday to be with the Pajcic family.

"Gary and I go back, starting together in first grade," Sellers said. "He really helped me be the athlete and person I am because he was such a great athlete. Words will never truly describe what a true champion he was as a human being. The Pajcics lost a wonderful son and father. FSU lost a great friend."

Sellers and Mr. Pajcic graduated from Paxon in 1965 and played football, basketball and baseball together.

"We had a pact to attend the same college and we chose FSU," he said. "We loved football. We loved basketball. We loved Jacksonville. The only thing we never talked about was politics."

Circuit Judge Kim Hammond of Flagler County competed with Mr. Pajcic for the job as FSU's starting quarterback and beat him in 1967 and was named second team All-American.

"I have kind of a different take on Gary because he and I were rivals as quarterbacks at FSU," Hammond said. "We had a special kind of friendship and it's gone on 40 years now. I always thought he would be there."

Chief Circuit Judge Don Moran said whether Mr. Pajcic was coaching kids or trying a case, he did it with enthusiasm.

"His goal was to win but he always did it with a great deal of professionalism," Moran said.

There will be a memorial service at 2 p.m. Saturday in the chapel at Episcopal High School at 4455 Atlantic Blvd., followed by a reception in the River Club on top of the Modis Building. Memorials may take the form of contributions to Creating Opportunities that Result in Excellence, c/o Duval County public schools, 1701 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207.


Pajcic wasn't just an athlete, he was a friend

Former Florida State quarterback was a great one to childhood pal Sellers, others.

By BOB THOMAS, The Times-Union

Gary Pajcic was a star long before his law career and philanthropic endeavors made him one of Jacksonville's most prominent men.

Teaming with inseparable childhood friend Ron Sellers, they led Paxon High School to its greatest athletic glory in football, basketball and baseball before heading off to Florida State together in the summer of 1965.

"I wouldn't have gone to Florida State without Gary because we had a pact to stay together," Sellers said Wednesday night, hours after Pajcic died at age 58.

Pajcic, the quarterback, and Sellers, the wide receiver, were ready to accept a scholarship offer to Florida before the Gators chose only to offer Pajcic a scholarship.

"That's why we went to FSU," said Sellers, who went on to enjoy an All-American and College Football Hall of Fame career for the Seminoles.

The duo earned the nickname "The Buzzer Twins" after leading Paxon to the 1965 Class 2A state basketball title with game-winning shots in the semifinals and finals. Pajcic's buzzer-beating jumper from the top of the key delivered Paxon a 54-52 win over Tampa Hillsborough in the championship game, one night after Sellers' half-court shot at the horn put the Golden Eagles in the final with a 58-56 win over Orlando Edgewater.

It remains the only state basketball championship in the highest classification for a Jacksonville school.

"We experienced so many things in high school," Sellers said, noting that Paxon lost just one football game in their senior year and roughly 10 basketball games in three seasons. "He was a great athlete."

Those experiences carried over to FSU, where Pajcic earned the starting job as a sophomore and threw for 1,595 yards and eight touchdowns, with Sellers on the receiving end of many of those passes. The duo teamed for an 86-yard touchdown pass against Wake Forest, setting a school record at the time. The mark remains among the top 10 in Seminoles history.

Pajcic, however, will always be remembered for a pass he didn't complete - officially. With FSU trailing rival Florida 22-19 at home with 17 seconds to play, Pajcic unleashed a perfect strike to receiver Lane Fenner, who lunged into the end zone and rolled out of bounds as the Doak Campbell Stadium crowd erupted in celebration.

It was premature.

Southeastern Conference field judge Doug Mosley ruled that Fenner was out of bounds, although photographs of the catch clearly show Fenner inbounds in the end zone.

Many consider the controversial ending the true beginning of the bitter rivalry between the schools.

Pajcic earned honorable-mention All-American honors as a sophomore, but injuries and the development of quarterback Kim Hammond - who won the starting job in 1967 - kept Pajcic from enjoying continued success. Hammond earned second-team All-American honors that season.

Still, Pajcic's 2,732 career passing yards ranked third in FSU history when he completed his eligibility in 1968.

"He was a natural," Hammond said of Pajcic. "He didn't have to work hard. He pushed me and made me better. ... He was probably more ready to play as a sophomore than I was as a junior. We competed every day. It was a challenge, and we were both keeping track. At the end of the [1966] season, it didn't look like I was going to get a chance to start."

Pajcic and Sellers were recruited by longtime FSU assistant Bob Harbison to play for coach Bill Peterson.

"Gary was one of the first front-line players [in Florida] to go to Florida State," said Gator Bowl president Rick Catlett, a friend who remembers Pajcic's high school exploits well. "The run that they had in the mid-60s was really the first time FSU became a legitimate football team."

That 1965 Seminoles staff included a young receivers coach - Bobby Bowden.

"He [Pajcic] started as a sophomore, and he lit it up, he and Sellers," said Bowden, who received a congratulatory letter from Pajcic this summer when the coach was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. "I was probably as close to him as any of the guys who played back when they did."

Pajcic remained active with FSU as a member of Seminole Boosters and the Varsity Club, which he helped found. He donated $100,000 to the Warrick Dunn Foundation at halftime of this year's spring game and also contributed $100,000 to former Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel's New Orleans-based Desire Street Ministries, which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.

Few things, however, were as dear to Pajcic as the friendships he struck up while at FSU, including relationships with former teammates Sellers, Hammond and Johnny Crowe. For 16 consecutive years, they played as a foursome in the Varsity Club fund-raising golf tournament.

"I had just sent in my registration and listed them as my partners," Hammond said. "I was looking forward to it with great delight. It will be sad."

Said Sellers, choking back tears: "He's really one of the true champions in sports, but better in life. I love him to death, and I'm going to miss him. He was really like my twin brother."



FSU Statistics
Football
Season Statistics
Defense
         |       Tackles        |   Sacks  |    Fumble    |     Pass Defense    | Blkd |   PAT Attempts  |        |         |    |
Year  GP |  ua   a Tot  tfl-yds |   no-yds | ff fr-yds-td | int-yds-td qbh brup | kick |   kick  rsh rcv |   fg   | saf dxp | td | pts
---------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
1966  10 |   0   0   0  0.0-    |  0.0-    |  0   -  0- 0 |    -  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0   0   0  |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  1 |   6
1967   9 |   0   0   0  0.0-    |  0.0-    |  0   -  0- 0 |    -  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0   0   0  |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
1968     |   0   0   0  0.0-    |  0.0-    |  0   -  0- 0 |    -  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0   0   0  |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  2 |  12
---------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Tot   19 |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0   0   0  |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  3 |  18
Offense/Kick and Punt Returns
         |       Rushing        |      Receiving       |         Passing          |     Kick Returns      |     Punt Returns      |  all
Year  GP |  no  yds  avg td lg  |  no  yds  avg td lg  | cmp- att-int  yds td lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  | purp
---------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
1966  10 |  57  135  2.4  1     |   1   24 24.0  0     | 125-233 - 9  1590  8     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |  159
1967   9 |  15   40  2.7  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  43- 98 -10   507  2 46  |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   40
1968     |  23   45  2.0  0 28  |   2   43 21.5  2 25t |  27- 53 - 1   354  2 82t |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   88
---------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Tot   19 |  95  220  2.3  1 28  |   3   67 22.3  2 25t | 195- 384-20  2451 12 82t |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |  287
Football
Game Participation
                            |      Starts
1966                        | GP  Off  Def
----------------------------|--------------
Sep 17 HOUSTON              |  1           
Sep 24 MIAMI                |  1           
Oct  8 FLORIDA              |  1  QB       
Oct 15 TEXAS TECH           |  1  QB       
Oct 22 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |  1  QB       
Oct 29 VIRGINIA TECH        |  1  QB       
Nov  5 SOUTH CAROLINA       |  1  QB       
Nov 12 SYRACUSE             |  1  QB       
Nov 19 WAKE FOREST          |  1  QB       
Nov 26 MARYLAND             |  1  QB       
Dec 24 WYOMING              |  1  QB       
----------------------------|--------------
Tot                         | 11   9    0

                            |      Starts
1967                        | GP  Off  Def
----------------------------|--------------
Sep 15 HOUSTON              |  1  QB       
Sep 30 NORTH CAROLINA STATE |  1           
Oct  7 TEXAS A&M            |  1           
Oct 14 SOUTH CAROLINA       |  1  LH       
Oct 21 TEXAS TECH           |  1           
Oct 28 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |  1           
Nov  4 MEMPHIS STATE        |  1           
Nov 11 VIRGINIA TECH        |  1           
Nov 25 FLORIDA              |  1           
----------------------------|--------------
Tot                         |  9   2    0

                            |      Starts
1968                        | GP  Off  Def
----------------------------|--------------
Sep 21 MARYLAND             |  1  QB       
Sep 28 FLORIDA              |  1  QB       
Oct 26 SOUTH CAROLINA       |  1           
Nov  2 VIRGINIA TECH        |  1           
Nov  9 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |  1           
Nov 16 NORTH CAROLINA STATE |  1           
Nov 23 WAKE FOREST          |  1           
Nov 29 HOUSTON              |  1           
----------------------------|--------------
Tot                         |  8   2    0

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Career Tot                  | 28  13    0
Football
Game Statistics
                            |       Tackles        |   Sacks  |    Fumble    |     Pass Defense    | Blkd |   PAT Attempts  |        |         |    |
1966                        |  ua   a Tot  tfl-yds |   no-yds | ff fr-yds-td | int-yds-td qbh brup | kick |   kick  rsh rcv |   fg   | saf dxp | td | pts
----------------------------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Sep 17 HOUSTON              |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Sep 24 MIAMI                |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct  8 FLORIDA              |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct 15 TEXAS TECH           |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct 22 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  1 |   6
Oct 29 VIRGINIA TECH        |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov  5 SOUTH CAROLINA       |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 12 SYRACUSE             |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 19 WAKE FOREST          |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 26 MARYLAND             |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Dec 24 *WYOMING             |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
----------------------------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Tot                         |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |  0    0 |  1 |   6

                            |       Tackles        |   Sacks  |    Fumble    |     Pass Defense    | Blkd |   PAT Attempts  |        |         |    |
1967                        |  ua   a Tot  tfl-yds |   no-yds | ff fr-yds-td | int-yds-td qbh brup | kick |   kick  rsh rcv |   fg   | saf dxp | td | pts
----------------------------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Sep 15 HOUSTON              |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Sep 30 NORTH CAROLINA STATE |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct  7 TEXAS A&M            |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct 14 SOUTH CAROLINA       |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct 21 TEXAS TECH           |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct 28 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov  4 MEMPHIS STATE        |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 11 VIRGINIA TECH        |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 25 FLORIDA              |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
----------------------------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Tot                         |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |  0    0 |  0 |   0

                            |       Tackles        |   Sacks  |    Fumble    |     Pass Defense    | Blkd |   PAT Attempts  |        |         |    |
1968                        |  ua   a Tot  tfl-yds |   no-yds | ff fr-yds-td | int-yds-td qbh brup | kick |   kick  rsh rcv |   fg   | saf dxp | td | pts
----------------------------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Sep 21 MARYLAND             |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Sep 28 FLORIDA              |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Oct 26 SOUTH CAROLINA       |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov  2 VIRGINIA TECH        |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  1 |   6
Nov  9 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 16 NORTH CAROLINA STATE |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  1 |   6
Nov 23 WAKE FOREST          |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
Nov 29 HOUSTON              |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |   0   0 |  0 |   0
----------------------------|----------------------|----------|--------------|---------------------|------|-----------------|--------|---------|----|----
Tot                         |   0   0   0  0.0-  0 |  0.0-  0 |  0  0-  0- 0 |   0-  0- 0   0   0  |   0  |   0- 0    0   0 |  0- 0  |  0    0 |  2 |  12

* Bowl Game stats not included
                            |       Rushing        |      Receiving       |         Passing          |     Kick Returns      |     Punt Returns      |  all
1966                        |  no  yds  avg td lg  |  no  yds  avg td lg  | cmp- att-int  yds td lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  | purp
----------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Sep 17 HOUSTON              |   1   -8 -8.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   1-   8- 0    17  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   -8
Sep 24 MIAMI                |   7   24  3.4  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  10-  18- 1   146  2     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   24
Oct  8 FLORIDA              |  12   11  0.9  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  18-  32- 2   208  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   11
Oct 15 TEXAS TECH           |   6   39  6.5  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  12-  19- 0   183  2     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   39
Oct 22 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |   8    9  1.1  1     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  16-  28- 1   186  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    9
Oct 29 VIRGINIA TECH        |   7   34  4.9  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  28-  53- 2   312  1     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   34
Nov  5 SOUTH CAROLINA       |   3   -5 -1.7  0     |   1   24 24.0  0     |  11-  18- 1   139  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   19
Nov 12 SYRACUSE             |   4  -25 -6.3  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  12-  25- 2   111  1     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |  -25
Nov 19 WAKE FOREST          |   5   20  4.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   8-  12- 0   179  1     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   20
Nov 26 MARYLAND             |   5   36  7.2  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   9-  19- 0   109  1     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   36
Dec 24 *WYOMING             |   4  -23 -5.8  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   8-  19- 1    78  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |  -23
----------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Tot                         |  58  135  2.3  1     |   1   24 24.0  0     | 125- 232- 9  1590  8     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |  159

                            |       Rushing        |      Receiving       |         Passing          |     Kick Returns      |     Punt Returns      |  all
1967                        |  no  yds  avg td lg  |  no  yds  avg td lg  | cmp- att-int  yds td lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  | purp
----------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Sep 15 HOUSTON              |   2    3  1.5  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   4-  20- 1    35  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    3
Sep 30 NORTH CAROLINA STATE |   4   -2 -0.5  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   8-  19- 2    87  1     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   -2
Oct  7 TEXAS A&M            |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0-   1- 0     0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    0
Oct 14 SOUTH CAROLINA       |   3    8  2.7  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   6-  12- 0    87  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    8
Oct 21 TEXAS TECH           |   1    9  9.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  13-  20- 1   177  1     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    9
Oct 28 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |   1   16 16.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   2-   7- 2     8  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   16
Nov  4 MEMPHIS STATE        |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   2-   4- 1    16  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    0
Nov 11 VIRGINIA TECH        |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   2-   4- 1    24  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    0
Nov 25 FLORIDA              |   4    6  1.5  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   6-  11- 1    73  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    6
----------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Tot                         |  15   40  2.7  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  43-  98- 9   507  2     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   40

                            |       Rushing        |      Receiving       |         Passing          |     Kick Returns      |     Punt Returns      |  all
1968                        |  no  yds  avg td lg  |  no  yds  avg td lg  | cmp- att-int  yds td lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  |  no  yds  avg td  lg  | purp
----------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Sep 21 MARYLAND             |  10   39  3.9  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  12-  22- 1   227  2     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   39
Sep 28 FLORIDA              |   6    0  0.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |  13-  27- 0   105  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    0
Oct 26 SOUTH CAROLINA       |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0-   1- 0     0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    0
Nov  2 VIRGINIA TECH        |   0    0  0.0  0     |   1   25 25.0  1     |   0-   0- 0     0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   25
Nov  9 MISSISSIPPI STATE    |   2   -6 -3.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   0-   0- 0     0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   -6
Nov 16 NORTH CAROLINA STATE |   2    1  0.5  0     |   1   18 18.0  1     |   0-   1- 0     0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   19
Nov 23 WAKE FOREST          |   2   11  5.5  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   1-   1- 0    -1  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   11
Nov 29 HOUSTON              |   1    0  0.0  0     |   0    0  0.0  0     |   1-   1- 0    23  0     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |    0
----------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|--------------------------|-----------------------|-----------------------|-----
Tot                         |  23   45  2.0  0     |   2   43 21.5  2     |  27-  53- 1   354  2     |   0    0  0.0  0      |   0    0  0.0  0      |   88

* Bowl Game stats not included