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Weinke and Warrick Stats


Passing

Chris Weinke  95-154-1295 yds. 11/6

Receiving

Peter Warrick 36-508 yds. (4 TD)

Rushing

Peter Warrick  7-85 yds. (2 TD)

IN THE FSU RECORD BOOK

Career Passing Yardage

1. Gary Huff        6,378
2. Danny Kanell     6,372
3. Thad Busby       5,916
4. Charlie Ward     5,747
5. Bill Cappleman   4,904
6. Casey Weldon     4,628
7. Peter Tom Willis 4,291
8. Jimmy Jordan     4,144
9. CHRIS WEINKE     3,864

Career Touchdown Passes

1. Danny Kanell     57
2. Gary Huff        52
3. Charlie Ward     49
4. Thad Busby       46
5. Casey Weldon     41
6. Jimmy Jordan     39
6. Bill Cappleman   39
8. Chip Ferguson    34
9. Peter Tom Willis 33
10. CHRIS WEINKE    32

Career Receptions

1. Ron Sellers   212
2. Kez McCorvey  189
3. PETER WARRICK 172
4. E.G. Green    166
5. Mike Shuman   134

Career Receiving Yards

1. Ron Sellers   3,598
2. PETER WARRICK 3,091
3. E.G. Green    2,920
4. Kez McCorvey  2,660
5. Barry Smith   2,392

Career Touchdown Catches

1. E.G. Green    29
2. PETER WARRICK 28
2. Barry Smith   25
4. Andre Cooper  24
5. Ron Sellers   23

IN THE ACC & NCAA RANKINGS

                        Per  
                        Game  ACC  NCAA
Category       Player   Avg.  Rank Rank
Rec. Yds P/G   Warrick 101.6   2   14
Rec. P/G       Warrick   7.2   2   T15
Pass Effic.    Weinke  148.1   2   14
Total Offense  Weinke  250.8   2   24
Scoring        Warrick   8.4  T6  T37
All-Purp. Yds. Warrick 154.2   2   16
    Per Return Avg. 
Punt Returns   Warrick  16.2   1   12
		


Stay tuned all season long as we bring you in depth coverage of FSU’s front runners for the 1999 Heisman Trophy.


Week Five Highlights

WARRICK’S STREAK REACHES 36

With at least one reception in the Seminoles’ first five contests, Peter Warrick has caught a pass in 36 consecutive games (including bowls). E.G. Green (now with the Indianapolis Colts) is the FSU record holder with 38 consecutive games with a catch from 1994-97. Warrick and Green were FSU’s starting receivers in 1997. If Warrick continues the streak, he will tie the record against Wake Forest and break it against Clemson.

AIRING IT OUT IN THE ORANGE BOWL

In last year’s 26-14 win over Miami, Chris Weinke’s 316 passing yards were the most passing yards for an FSU quarterback in the Orange Bowl against Miami during the Bowden era. Weinke’s two TD passes were the first that an FSU QB has thrown since Brad Johnson had one in 1990. The contest was Weinke’s first 300-yard passing game.

WEINKE SETS ACC MARK

Chris Weinke established a new ACC record for consecutive passes without an interception in the Louisiana Tech game. Weinke’s touchdown pass to freshman Anquan Boldin tied Matt Blundin’s (Virginia) record of 231. The record was broken when Weinke hit Peter Warrick for five yards with 13:15 remaining in the first half. The streak ended at 237 when Weinke was intercepted just before the half. The streak of eight plus games without a pick ranks as one of the most impressive runs in school history. Since throwing six interceptions at NC State last year, Weinke had completed 126 passes in 237 attempts for 2,140 yards and 18 touchdowns without an interception. Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward put together a similar stretch (110-of-160 for 1,278 yards and 11 TD) during the 1993 season. After an INT in the first series at UNC that year, Ward rolled through the next four games before being picked off at Notre Dame.

WARRICK JOINS 3,000 YARD CLUB

Peter Warrick became just the second Seminole to eclipse 3,000 receiving yards against North Carolina. Warrick’s 3,091 career yards are second only to Ron Sellers (3,598). Warrick took second place in career TD catches vs. Duke (28) and only needs one to tie E.G. Green for the school record. Warrick is now third in career receptions with 172 and needs 17 to tie Kez McCorvey for second all-time. He currently stands in second place on the school’s career list for 100-yard games with 12. He broke a tie with E.G. Green (1994-97) with his third 100-yard game of the season against UNC. Ron Sellers (1966-68) is FSU’s all-time leader in the category with 18.


Chris Weinke has improved on last year’s statistics.


WEINKE PASSING INTO RECORD BOOKS

With 1,295 yards and 11 touchdowns through five games, quarterback Chris Weinke ranks in FSU’s all-time Top Ten in passing yardage (3,854) and touchdown passes (32). With three more TD passes, Weinke would move into eighth place. The junior is 281 yards away from taking eighth on the school’s career passing yardage list.

WEINKE’S NUMBERS UP OVER LAST YEAR

After five games, quarterback Chris Weinke has improved his completion percentage and has thrown more touchdown passes as compared to his stats a year ago after five games. Here’s a look at Weinke after five games in 1998 & 1999:

Year    Comp. Att Pct Yds   TD  
1998    70    150 47% 1180   8
1999    95    154 62% 1295  11

WARRICK MOVING INTO NCAA ELITE

Peter Warrick will rank in the top 10 in two NCAA receiving categories if he can at least duplicate his 1998 stats. If Warrick had exactly the same numbers this season, he would finish seventh on the NCAA all-time career receiving yardage list (3,815) and tied for seventh on the NCAA all-time career receiving touchdowns (35). Additionally, his 197 receptions would place him into a tie for 27th. Sebastian Janikowski would tie for 17th in kicker career scoring (331) if he matched his point total of 123 from 1998. That figure would put him just ahead of former Seminole kicker Scott Bentley’s total of 326.

PETER WARRICK HEISMAN COMPARISONS

Peter Warrick could become just the fourth wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy. Nebraska’s Johnny Rodgers (1972), Notre Dame’s Tim Brown (1987) and Michigan’s Desmond Howard (1991) are the only wide receivers to win the award. At his current pace, Warrick would have more receptions and yards than any of the other three past winners. Warrick leads ESPN.COM’s Heisman rankings again this week, ahead of Joe Hamilton of Georgia Tech and Shaun Alexander of Alabama. Listed below are his projected season numbers compared to the season stats of the wide receivers who won the Heisman:

Player  Receiving       Rushing         Returns
Rodgers 55-942 (8 TD)   58-308 (7 TD)   47-802(2 TD)
Brown   39-846 (3 TD)   34-144 (1 TD)   57-857 (2 TD)
Howard  62-985 (19 TD)  13-180 (2 TD)   33-694 (2 TD)
Warrick 79-1118 (9 TD)  15-187 (4 TD)   24-392 (2 TD)

BOWDEN TALK
“I thought Chris Weinke looked better than he has. He threw the ball very well. I hope he continues to come on like he did last year. We seem so much farther along this year than we did last year at this time on offense.
Peter Warrick is having such a great year. He plays a year older than he did last year. He has made continuous improvement each year since he got here. He has improved in the way he handles himself on the field and off the field as a leader.

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Peter Warrick had his third 100-yard receiving day of the season at UNC.


Week Four Highlights


WARRICK’S STREAK REACHES 35

With at least one reception in the Seminoles’ first four contests, Peter Warrick has caught a pass in 35 consecutive games (including bowls). E.G. Green is the FSU record holder with 38 consecutive games with a catch from 1994-97. Warrick and Green were FSU’s starting receivers in 1997. If Warrick continues the streak, he will tie the record against Wake Forest and break it against Clemson.

WARRICK FOR 100, PLEASE
Wide receiver Peter Warrick had his third 100-yard receiving day of the season at North Carolina, catching four passes for 103 yards. It was his 12th career 100-yard receiving game. He is now by himself in second place on the school’s career list for 100-yard games. He broke a tie with E.G. Green (1994-97) with his performance on Saturday. Ron Sellers (1966-68) is FSU’s all-time leader in the category with 18.


3,000 YARD CLUB

Peter Warrick became just the second Seminole to eclipse 3,000 receiving yards against North Carolina. Warrick’s 3,024 career yards are second only to Ron Sellers (3,598). Warrick also tied E.G. Green with 166 career catches in that game.

MR. EVERYTHING

Senior All-American Peter Warrick is ranked at the top of numerous ACC categories. He leads the league in receptions (30), receiving yardage (441) and punt return average (25.1). Warrick leads the country in yards per punt return, ranks ninth nationally in receiving yards per game (110.3) and 10th in NCAA receptions per game (7.5). He is second in all-purpose yardage (174.8) to Virginia’s Thomas Jones (175.3).

BOWDEN TALK

Chris (Weinke) had a great game against Georgia Tech. He was a little cold early against NC State and cooled off a little at North Carolina. That doesn’t bother me because I think the intensity level

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Week Three Highlights

Chris Weinke talks of the win over N.C. State

Warrick’s Streak Reaches 34

With at least one reception in the Seminoles’ first three contests, Peter Warrick has caught a pass in 34 consecutive games (including bowls). E.G. Green is the FSU record holder with 38 consecutive games with a catch from 1994-97. Warrick and Green were FSU’s starting receivers in 1997. If Warrick continues the streak, he will tie the record against Wake Forest and break it against Clemson.

WARRICK WATCH

Peter Warrick matched his career-high with nine receptions for the second time this season when he did so (for 75 yards) in last Saturday’s win
against NC State. Through three games this year, Warrick already has 26 receptions for 338 yards. His 8.7 receptions per game average is a shade
ahead of the school season record of 8.6 per game set by Ron Sellers during the 1968 campaign when he caught 86 balls in 10 contests. Warrick has 162
career receptions and needs five catches on Saturday at North Carolina to move into third place on Florida State’s all-time list ahead of E.G. Green
(166 catches from 1994-1997). Warrick’s 75 yards against NC State were just enough to move past Green on FSU’s career receiving yards list. Warrick
now has 2,921 while Green had 2,920.

MR. EVERYTHING

Senior All-American Peter Warrick is ranked at the top of numerous ACC categories. He leads the league in receptions (26), receiving yardage (338) and punt return average (15.3). No ACC receiver has more than 17 catches or 192 receiving yards. Warrick ranks sixth nationally in receptions per game (8.67), 15th in NCAA receiving yards per game (112.7) and 13th in punt returns. He is second in all-purpose yardage (155.0) to Virginia’s Thomas Jones (161.3).

WEINKE’S TD STREAK ENDS

For the first time in 13 starts, FSU quarterback Chris Weinke did not throw a touchdown pass against NC State. Weinke completed 23-of-39 passes for 229 yards on the day with two interceptions.

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Week Two Highlights


Chris Weinke talks about the big win over Georgia Tech

PETER THE GREAT

Senior wide receiver Peter Warrick had his second 100-yard receiving game of the season in as many games with an eight-catch, 142-yard performance
against Georgia Tech last Saturday. Warrick scored a pair of touchdowns in the game, one on a 17-yard run when he lined up at quarterback in the
shotgun and the other on a 26-yard reception from Chris Weinke. Warrick ranks fourth all-time on Florida State’s career receptions list with 153 and needs 60 more catches to pass Ron Sellers as the Seminoles’ all-time leader. Warrick needs 75 yards today to pass E.G. Green for second place and 753 the rest of the season to pass Sellers as FSU’s career receiving yardage leader. Warrick’s touchdown reception against the Yellow Jackets tied Barry Smith for second place on the Seminoles’ all-time TD catches list with 25.


Chris Weinke is 36-61 for 504 yards with five TD’s and one INT through two games.


WARRICK MOVING INTO NCAA ELITE

Senior All-American Peter Warrick will rank in the top 10 in two NCAA receiving categories if he can at least duplicate his 1998 stats. If Warrick had exactly the same numbers this season, he would finish seventh on the NCAA all-time career receiving yardage list (3,815) and tied for seventh on the NCAA all-time career receiving touchdowns (35). Additionally, his 197 receptions would place him into a tie for 27th. Junior Sebastian Janikowski would tie for 17th in kicker career scoring (331) if he matched his point total of 123 from a year ago. That figure would put him just ahead of former Seminole kicker Scott Bentley’s total of 326.

WARRICK LEADS ESPN HEISMAN RACE

Each week, ESPN ranks the Heisman candidates following Saturday’s games and Peter Warrick is listed number one following his efforts in the win over Georgia Tech. Ron Dayne, Jamal Lewis, Drew Brees and Shaun Alexander rounded out the top five. In the other award rankings, Warrick is No. 1 for the Biletnikoff and Maxwell Awards while Travis Minor (Walker No. 5), Jason Whitaker (Outland No. 5) and Sebastian Janikowski (Groza No. 1) were also listed.

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Week One Highlights


WEINKE SETS ACC MARK

QB Chris Weinke established a new ACC record for consecutive passes without an interception two weeks ago vs. Louisiana Tech. Weinke’s touchdown pass to freshman Anquan Boldin tied Matt Blundin’s (Virginia) record of 231. The record was broken when Weinke hit Peter Warrick for five yards with 13:15 remaining in the first half. The streak ended at 237 when Weinke was intercepted just before the half. The streak of eight plus games without a pick ranks as one of the most impressive runs in school history. Since throwing six interceptions at NC State last year, Weinke had completed 126 passes in 237 attempts for 2,140 yards and 18 touchdowns without an interception. Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward put together a similar stretch (110-of-160 for 1,278 yards and 11 TD) during the 1993 season. After an INT in the first series at UNC that year, Ward rolled through the next four games before being picked off at Notre Dame.


Peter Warrick had 9 receptions for 121 yards in the season opener against Lousiana Tech


WARRICK MOVING INTO NCAA ELITE

Senior All-American Peter Warrick will rank in the top ten in two NCAA receiving categories if he can at least duplicate his 1998 stats. If Warrick had exactly the same numbers this season, he would finish seventh on the NCAA all-time career receiving yardage list (3,815) and tied for seventh on the NCAA all-time career receiving touchdowns (35). Additionally, his 197 receptions would place him into a tie for 27th. Junior Sebastian Janikowski would tie for 17th in kicker career scoring (331) if he matched his point total of 123 from a year ago. That figure would put him just ahead of former Seminole kicker Scott Bentley’s total of 326.


OUTPASSING THE TOP PASSER

For just the second time as a La. Tech starter (22 of 24 contests), Tim Rattay was outpassed by his quarterback counterpart. FSU’s Chris Weinke threw for 242 yards on 20-of-32 passing, while Rattay threw for 240 yards on 28-of-48 passing. The other occassion for Rattay was against Auburn’s Dameyune Craig in 1997.


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