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Notes: Miami 52, Duke 45
Monday 11/24/2012  -  Duke Sports Information
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DUKE NOTES
Miami 52, Duke 45 – Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012 – Wallace Wade Stadium

DUKE SCORES 34-PLUS:
With 45 points against the Hurricanes, Duke sets a school single-season record for most games scoring 34 or more points with six – 46 vs. FIU, 54 vs. N.C. Central, 38 vs. Memphis, 34 vs. Wake Forest, 42 vs. Virginia & 45 vs. Miami … The previous record of five was held by the 1943 & 1989 clubs.

POINT TOTAL IN A LOSS: The 45 points scored by the Blue Devils is tied for the second-highest point total in a Duke loss, matching the 45 points scored by the 1987 team in a 47-45 loss to NC State.

PAT STREAKS: Duke extended its streak of consecutive games without a missed PAT to 68, marking the longest active streak in the nation … with six PATs in six attempts on the day, Duke pushed streak of consecutive made extra points to 186, marking the second-longest active streak in the nation.

RECEPTION RECORD FOR TRIO: With a combined reception total of 23 versus the Hurricanes, the trio of Jamison Crowder, Desmond Scott and Conner Vernon extended its own school record for most combined catches in a single season by three teammates to 206.

99-YARD TOUCHDOWN PASS: QB Sean Renfree and WR Jamison Crowder hooked up for a 99-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, marking the longest play in school and ACC history and the 26th offensive play of 99 yards in NCAA history ... it was the NCAA’s first 99-yard passing play since 2009.

THREE BLUE DEVILS NET 600+ RECEIVING YARDS: For just the second time in school history, three Duke players have topped 600 receiving yards in a season … Conner Vernon (955), Jamison Crowder (1,025) and Desmond Scott (606) all reached the plateau in 2012 … The previous trio to accomplish the feat included Vernon (746), Donovan Varner (1,047) and Austin Kelly (625) in 2009.

CROWDER & VERNON MOVE NORTH ON COMBINED RECEIVING YARDAGE LIST: With 312 combined receiving yards against Miami, the Duke duo of Jamison Crowder and Conner Vernon increased their combined annual total to 1,980, marking the highest total in school history

Duke – Most Receiving Yards, Two Teammates
1. 1,980 = Conner Vernon (955) & Jamison Crowder (1,025), 2012
2. 1,793 = Donovan Varner (1,047) & Conner Vernon (746), 2009
3. 1,709 = Conner Vernon (973) & Donovan Varner (736), 2010
4. 1,697 = Roger Boone (630) & Clarkston Hines (1,067), 1988
5. 1,686 = Henley Carter (892) & Wes Chesson (794), 1968

MORE CROWDER & VERNON: With 19 combined catches versus Miami, Jamison Crowder and Conner Vernon pushed their season total to 145 – a total that ranks first on Duke’s all-time chart for most pass receptions by two teammates in a season. Their production of 203 and 109 yards today marks the 17th time in school history that two receivers have accrued 100+ yards in the same game.

SECOND QUARTER SCORING DRIVE: The Blue Devils’ 15-play, 81-yard scoring drive midway through the second quarter was the second-longest of the season in number of plays and fourth-longest of the season in yardage … the 5:55 time of the scoring drive was also the third-longest of the season.

S JORDON BYAS: Carded six tackles on the day, in addition to one tackle for loss and one quarterback hurry, his first QBH of the season.

S WALT CANTY: Pushed his team-leading tackle total to 102 through 12 games in 2012 after posting six tackles on the afternoon … also tallied one PBU for his third of the season.

CB ROSS COCKRELL: Moved into a tie with Lamar Grant for sixth on Duke’s career pass-breakup chart (28) with one PBU against Miami. 

QB BRANDON CONNETTE: Rushed four times for 10 yards and two touchdowns … ran four yards into the end zone midway through the second quarter for his sixth rushing touchdown of the season and picked up his seventh on a one-yard carry late in the fourth quarter … with the scores, he matched the fourth-highest single season total for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback … pushed his season touchdown responsibility total to 11 TDs and his career total to 19 … remains in third place on Duke’s all-time chart for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 16.

WR JAMISON CROWDER: Finished the game with eight receptions for a career-best 203 yards and two touchdowns … topped the 100-yard plateau for the fifth time this season … the five 100-yard receiving games match the third-highest single-season total in Duke history, and stands just one shy of the school record of six set by Clarkston Hines in both 1987 and 1988 … the five 100-yard games rank in a tie for eighth place on Duke’s career chart … the 203 receiving yards mark the seventh-highest single game effort in program history … also climbed to sixth on Duke’s single-season receiving yardage charts with 1,025 yards on the season … hauled in a 23-yard touchdown reception from Sean Renfree late in the third quarter for his eighth receiving TD of the year … added a 99-yard touchdown reception from Renfree in the fourth quarter … the 99-yard TD marked the longest play from scrimmage in Duke history, surpassing a 97-yard pass from Dave Brown to Clarkston Hines against Wake Forest in 1989 … with the 99-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, set school record for most scoring catches of 50-plus yards with five, breaking the previous mark of four set by Eron Riley in 2007 … also equaled the school’s all-time record with five TD receptions of 50-plus yards, equaling Riley’s career total … returned four kickoffs for a total of 69 yards ... also totaled 272 all-purpose yards for the seventh-highest single game total in school history.

RB JELA DUNCAN: Rushed six times for 64 yards … moved into seventh place on Duke’s single-season list for rushing yards by a freshman (516) … for the season, has rushed 99 times for 516 yards and a per attempt average of 5.2 … turned in his second-longest rush of the season with a 37-yard carry late in the third quarter.

CB TONY FOSTER: Turned in a career-high nine tackles, including six solo efforts … also recorded one tackle for loss and one PBU.

DE JUSTIN FOXX: Now owns 3.5 sacks on the season after carding one on the day … finished the afternoon with a team-high nine tackles, including three solo efforts.

WR COREY GATTIS: Hauled in a career-long 27-yard reception from Sean Renfree late in the first quarter for his fourth catch of the season … finished the day with two receptions for a career-high 34 receiving yards.

K ROSS MARTIN: Totaled nine points on one field goal and six PATs … pushed his team-leading point total to 98 … extended own single-season scoring record for Duke freshmen to 98 points … the 98 points this season represent the second-highest scoring output in program history behind only Clarkston Hines’ 104 points in 1989 … extended own single-season field goals made record for Duke freshmen to 18 … booted one field goal of 43 yards to give him 18 on the year, marking the second-highest single-season field goal total in Duke history behind only Will Snyderwine’s 21 field goals in 2010 … took over 11th place on Duke’s career charts with 18 field goals in his career …. his six PATs in the game tie him for eighth in school history ... now owns 44 PATs on the year for a new program single-season record … also remains perfect on the season in PATs at 44-for-44.

P WILL MONDAY: Punted four times for 177 yards and a 44.3 per kick average … on the season, has now punted 66 times for 2,912 yards and a 44.1 average … season average ranks fourth on Duke’s single-season chart.

QB SEAN RENFREE: Completed 36-of-59 passes for a season-best 432 yards and a career-high four touchdowns … pushed his career passing yardage total to 9,107 and moved to ninth on the ACC’s all-time list … now sits 270 yards shy of former North Carolina quarterback T.J. Yates for ninth place on the chart … increased his career pass completion total to 861 for fourth on the ACC’s all-time chart, trailing Thaddeus Lewis by 16 completions for third place on the league’s all-time list … extended own Duke record for consecutive games with at least 10 pass completions to 35 ... matched school record by registering his fifth career game with 30 or more pass completions, equaling the standard held by both Ben Bennett & Thaddeus Lewis … has now thrown for 150 or more yards in 32 of the last 35 games dating back to the beginning of the 2010 season … also stretched Duke career record with his 27th career game with 200 or more passing yards … with his 432-yard performance, moved into a tie for second place with Anthony Dilweg on Duke’s career chart for most 300-yard passing games (10), and now stands one game shy of the school record of 11 held by Thaddeus Lewis … also moved into a tie for sixth place with Dilweg and Florida State’s Drew Weatherford on the ACC’s career chart for 300-yard passing games … moved into a tie for first place with former Ole Miss standout Eli Manning for most 300-yard passing games by a player under head coach David Cutcliffe … his 203 passing yards in the fourth quarter marked the third-highest total in school history … the 294 passing yards in the second  half rank fourth in school history … he also ranks eighth in school history in passing yards in a game with 432 … the 36 completions on the afternoon rank fifth in school history … the 59 pass attempts also place him fifth on the program’s all-time single-game chart … with his 10-yard & six-yard scoring passes to Conner Vernon, pushed career total of QB-WR touchdown passes with Vernon to 15, marking the fourth-highest total in Duke history … tossed a 23-yard touchdown reception to Jamison Crowder in the third quarter and connected with Crowder on a 99-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, marking the longest play from scrimmage in Duke history … matched his career single-game high with four touchdown passes, also set against Wake Forest (2010), Georgia Tech (2011) and Memphis (2012) … with the four touchdown passes, pushed his career total to 50 to move into third place on Duke’s all-time chart … moved into a tie for fourth place with Dave Brown on the school’s career list for most games with two or more touchdown passes with 12 … moved into a tie for fourth place with Steve Slayden, Anthony Dilweg & Spence Fischer on the school’s career chart for most games with three or more TD passes (5) … moved into a tie for fourth place on Duke’s single-season list for most games with three or more TD passes (3), matching the total of Ben Bennett (1982 & 1983), Steve Slayden (1987), Billy Ray (1989) & Thaddeus Lewis (2007) … matched the school record for most career games with four or more TD passes, equaling the standard of four set by Thaddeus Lewis … matched the school single-season record for most games with four or more TD passes with two, equaling the standard previously set by Steve Slayden (1987), Dave Brown (1989) and Thaddeus Lewis (2007) … pushed his season TD pass total to 18, marking a career-high while moving into eighth place on Duke’s single-season list … moved into second place on Duke’s career touchdown responsibility chart (59), trailing only Thaddeus Lewis (76).

ACC Passing Yards
9. T.J. Yates, North Carolina – 9,377
10. Sean Renfree, Duke – 9,107
11. Matt Ryan, Boston College – 8,963
12. Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech – 8,882
13. Jacory Harris, Miami – 8,826
14. Darian Durant, North Carolina – 8,755

ACC Pass Completions
3. Thaddeus Lewis, Duke – 877
4. Sean Renfree, Duke – 861

Duke TD Responsibility
1. Thaddeus Lewis – 76
2. Sean Renfree – 59
3. Ben Bennett – 57
4. Steve Slayden – 56
5. Spence Fischer – 55

WR DESMOND SCOTT: Caught four passes for 22 yards … extended his streak of consecutive games with at least one pass reception to 38, marking the second-longest streak in Duke history trailing Conner Vernon (47; active) … active streak is the seventh-longest among active players nationally … pushed his streak of consecutive games with at least two catches to 20, marking the third-longest such streak in school history … has now caught two or more passes in 34 games, matching the fourth-highest career total in Duke history.

WR CONNER VERNON: Finished the day with 11 receptions for 109 yards … increased his ACC career record totals to 273 receptions and 3,630 receiving yards  … extended ACC record for consecutive games with at least one reception to 47 … the streak is also the longest active streak in the nation … extended own school record for most games with two or more receptions with 46 … extended his streak of consecutive games with at least two receptions to 27, matching the second-longest streak in Duke history behind only Clarkston Hines (28) … the 100-yard receiving game marks his third of the year and the 13th of his career … moved into a tie for seventh place with Georgia Tech’s Calvin Johnson on the ACC’s career list for 100-yard receiving games (13) … teamed with Sean Renfree for the duo’s 14th and 15th touchdowns to move into fourth place by themselves on Duke’s all-time chart for TD passes by a combination, passing the Spence Fischer-to-Corey Thomas tandem … the Renfree-to-Vernon pair is now one touchdown pass shy of second place on the Duke list (Ben Bennett-to-Chris Castor & Steve Slayden-to-Doug Green) and four back of the school record of 19 (Thaddeus Lewis-to-Eron Riley) … moved into 24th place on the NCAA’s career receptions list, passing Darius Watts of Marshall and Vincent Marshall of Houston … pushed career total of games with 10+ receptions to five, breaking the previous school record of four set by Roger Boone … returned one punt for 11 yards and one kickoff for 14 yards to finish the day with 134 all-purpose yards … climbed to eighth on Duke’s single-season receiving yardage charts with 955 yards on the season (also owns the seventh and ninth spots on the list for most receiving yards in a season).

NCAA – Career receptions
20. Emmanuel Sanders, SMU & Greg Salas, Hawaii – 285
22. Ryan Wolfe, UNLV – 283
23. Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech – 280
23. Tavon Austin, West Virginia – 280 *ACTIVE*
24. Conner Vernon, Duke – 273 *ACTIVE*
25. Darius Watts, Marshall & Vincent Marshall, Houston – 272



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