1991 Uniform
1991 Game Photos
1991 Team Photo
Coach: George Welsh  Record: 8-3-1  ACC: 4-2-1   Home: 7-0  Away: 1-2-1  Neutral: 0-1   PF: 327  PA: 167
Roster & Statistics
Offensive & Defensive Leaders

Roster
ACC Standings
Box Scores
Starting Lineups
Individual Statistics - Offense
Individual Statistics - Defense
Team Statistics
Passing: Matt Blundin, 135-224, 1,902 yards, 19 TDs, 0 INTs
Rushing: Terry Kirby, 164 carries, 887 yards, 7 TDs
Receptions: Terry Kirby, 37 receptions, 406 yards, 2 TDs
Receiving Yards: Tyrone Davis, 19 receptions, 465 yards, 5 TDs
Scoring:Michael Husted, 72 points
Tackles: Chris Slade, 99
Tackles for Loss: Chris Slade, 21
Sacks: Chris Slade, 14
Interceptions: Keith Lyle & Carl Smith, 2
1991 Season
Captains: Matt Blundin, Tyrone Lewis, Don Reynolds, Ray Roberts
Awards & Honors:
Ray Roberts: 1st Team All America by Scripps Howard News Service
and Kodak (American Football Coaches Association); 2nd Team All
America by the Associated Press, UPI, College and Pro Football
Newsweekly, and Football News; 1st Team All-ACC; recipient of the
Jacobs Blocking Trophy
Chris Slade: 1st Team All America by College and Pro Football
Newsweekly; 2nd Team All America by Football News; 3rd Team All
America by the Associated Press; Honorable Mention All America by
UPI; 2nd Team All-ACC
Matt Blundin: Honorable Mention All America by UPI; ACC Player of the
Year; 1st Team All-ACC
Ed Garno: Honorable Mention All-America by UPI; 1st Team All-ACC
Terry Kirby: 1st Team All-ACC
Nikki Fisher: 2nd Team All-ACC
Greg Jeffries: 2nd Team All-ACC
Keith Lyle: 2nd Team All-ACC
Matt Quigley: 2nd Team All-ACC
Players Drafted: Ray Roberts, 1st Round (10), Seahawks; Matt Blundin,
2nd Round (40), Chiefs; Nikki Fisher, 10th Round (273), Bears
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Date
Opponent
Score
Game Notes
Memorabilia
9/7/1991
at Maryland
L, 17-6
The Hoos fumble six times (losing four), get knocked
off by the Terps in their season opener.
9/14/1991
vs. Navy
W, 17-10
Bobby Goodman runs for the game-winning
touchdown in his first career start.
 
9/19/1991
at #17 Georgia Tech
L, 24-21
Scott Sisson kicks a game-winning field goal as time
expires. Again.
9/28/1991
vs. Duke
W, 34-3
Matt Blundin returns from an elbow injury and
completes 14 straight passes, finishing 17 of 21 for
238 yards and three touchdowns.
 
10/5/1991
vs. Kansas
W, 31-19
P.J. Killian returns an interception for a touchdown and
Chris Slade has 13 tackles, including a sack, and
forces a fumble as the Hoos win their second straight.
10/12/1991
at #18 Clemson
T, 20-20
The Hoos go to Death Valley and, for the first time
ever, they don't lose.
10/19/1991
vs. UNC
W, 14-9
Matt Blundin throws two touchdown passes to Brian
Satola as the Hoos knock off UNC for the fifth straight
time.
10/26/1991
vs. Wake Forest
W, 48-7
The Hoos score the final 41 points of the game,
finishing with 610 yards in total offense.
 
11/2/1991
vs. VMI
W, 42-0
Terry Kirby has 121 yards rushing, 31 yards receiving,
and three touchdowns, and the defense holds VMI to
20 yards passing.
 
11/9/1991
at #18 NC State
W, 42-10
The Hoos jump to a 35-3 halftime lead and cruise to
victory over the #18 Wolfpack, extending their
unbeaten streak to 7 games
 
11/23/1991
vs. Virginia Tech
W, 38-0
Chris Slade does his best Charles Jefferson
impression, finishing with five sacks, two tackles for
loss, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, and two
passes broken up.
12/29/1991
vs. Oklahoma
(Gator Bowl)
L, 48-14
Even though we got our teeth kicked in, this game had
one highlight. When Tyrone Davis scored to cut the
Sooners' lead to 35-7, the camera caught my buddy
Jesse in the stands, drunkenly pointing at Davis and
screaming (in exceedingly slow motion) "You da man!"
By the way, Jesse is a doctor now. That scares the
crap out of me.
Uniform
Opponent
Record
Orange jersey, orange pants
 
0-0
Orange jersey, white pants
vs. Navy; vs. Duke; vs. Kansas; vs. UNC; vs. Wake
Forest; vs. VMI; vs. Virginia Tech; vs. Oklahoma
7-1
White jersey, orange pants
at Maryland; at Georgia Tech; at Clemson; at NC State
1-2-1
White jersey, white pants
 
0-0