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David Greene
David  Greene

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Snellville, Ga.

High School:
South Gwinnett

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 227

Position:
QB

Birthdate:
06/22/1982

Experience:
4VL

High School: South Gwinnett...1999 USA Today All-USA Honorable Mention ...Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Eleven, Super Southern 100, Top 75 in Georgia, Class AAAA All-State quarterback... Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AAAA All-State team....named Gwinnett County co-Offensive Player of the Year...Gwinnett Touchdown Club All-Star Quarterback... Atlanta Touchdown Club quarterback of the Year..completed 134 passes on 227 attempts for 2,102 yards and 19 touchdowns during senior season...led team to back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time in school history...also plays right field in baseball..invited to play in the Georgia-Florida all-star game...High School Coach: T. McFerrin.

College: 2000 -- Redshirted....

2001 -- Outstanding spring which included spring G-Day game performance competing six of 13 passes for 118 yards and two TDÌs...listed as co-number one at QB position heading into pre-season practice...recipient of Wallace Butts Endowed Football Scholarship...emerged to the top of the quarterback depth chart after impressing the coaching staff with strong fall workout...became the first left-handed quarterback to start for Georgia since Charley Byars in 1956...finished the regular season fourth in the SEC in passing with an average of 257.3 yards per game...set the school single-season records for most yards passing by a freshman (2,789) and most touchdowns passing by a freshman (17)...made spectacular debut vs. Arkansas State (Sept. 1), completing 21-of-29 passes for 285 yards and two touchdowns (25, 13 yards)....completed his first 11 passes against Arkansas State, which fell only four completions short of the school record held by Quincy Carter (vs. LSU 1998) and Eric Zeier (vs. Georgia Tech 1993)...belied his rookie stature in leading the Bulldogs to a 26-24 upset over then-No. 6 Tennessee, completing 21 of 34 passes for 303 yards, two touchdowns and one interception against the Volunteers...was named the SEC's Offensive Player of the Week for his performance ...surpassed his career high in yards for the second consecutive week at Vanderbilt (Oct. 13), throwing for 305 yards and two touchdowns (58, 17 yards) on 19-of-26 marksmanship...posted a career-best mark in passing yards for the third time in as many weeks vs. Kentucky (Oct. 20), completing 22 of 36 aerials for 364 yards, a career-high three touchdowns (68, 56, 5 yards) and one interception...threw for 258 yards on 25-of-42 accuracy and one interception vs. Florida (Oct. 27)...the 25 completions vs. the Gators was a career best...passed for 210 yards and tied a career high with three touchdowns passes vs. Houston (Dec. 1)...named SEC Freshman of the Year by The Associated Press...The Sporting News Freshman All-America second team.....SEC Coaches' Freshman of the Year....Knoxville News Sentinel SEC Freshman of the Year....All-SEC Freshman Team by SEC Coaches, Knoxville New Sentinel, and The Sporting News...completed 22 of 38 passes for 288 yards and one TD vs. Boston College in Music City Bowl....

2002 -- Solidified hold on starting QB position during spring drills...named Most Underrated Player in the SEC by the The Birmingham News pre-season football edition...recipient of Wallace Butts Endowed Football Scholarship....led five fourth-quarter comebacks (Clemson, @#22 Alabama, @#24 Auburn in '02 and @#6 Tennessee, Kentucky in '01)....CBS Player of the Game in win over Alabama (15x27, 224 yards, 2 TD's)....Twice tied school record for TD passes in a game (4 vs. Kentucky and Northwestern State)....led 'Dogs to 13-1 record, first SEC Eastern Division outright championship, first SEC Championship in 20 years, Nokia Sugar Bowl victory over FSU, and final national ranking of No. 3......22 TD passes in 2002 ranked third most in Bulldog history....finished season ranked first in the SEC and 18th nationally in Passing Efficiency (137.3)....Most Valuable Player in the SEC Championship Game victory over Arkansas (17x29, 237 yards, 1 TD)...with Greene as starter, Georgia was 21-5 including 8-0 on the opponents' home field....The Atlanta Journal SEC Player of the Year and The Sporting News SEC Offensive Player of the Year....All-SEC first team by the SEC Coaches, The Associated Press, The Sporting News, and The Atlanta Journal...fficiency offense (138.91).......major part of offense that finished as the SEC's top scoring offense (32.14) and passing efficiency offense (138.91).....

2003 -- Pre-Season All-America second team by Street and Smith's and NationalChamps.Net College Football Preview....recipient of Best All-Around Offensive Player of the Spring......Pre-season All-SEC first team by Athlon....rated the naion's fifth best QB by The Sporting News....one of 15 semifinalists for the Maxwell Award.....a standout off the field as well, Greene was named to both the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team and the SEC Good Works Team for his outstanding community service record.....after three seaons, boasted a 32-8 career record as the Bulldogs' starting QB, including an even more impressive 12-1 mark on opponents' home fields.....led Georgia to back-to-back 11-plus win and top six national finish seasons for first time since 1982-83....also led team to back-to-back SEC Championship Game appearances....served as offensive team captain against South Carolina, LSU, Alabama, Vanderbilt, UAB, Georgia Tech and LSU (SEC Championship game).....Named ABC-TV Chevrolet Game MVP in the Bulldogs' 30-0 win at Clemson in the season opener....equaled Eric Zeier's Georgia record for consecutive pass attempts without an interception (176) before throwing his first INT of the season early in the fourth quarter at LSU....that mark also ranks second in SEC history.....by season's end ranked second behind Eric Zeier in most school passing record categories including: Career TD Passes (52), Career Pass Attempts (1,141), Career Pass Completions (674), Career Passing Yards (9,020), Total Offense (8,829), Total Offensive Plays (1,322)... his 39 career starts rank as the most on the team......named to All-SEC second team by the SEC Coaches and TheInsiders.com....elected permanent offensive team captain by teammates....all-star performance in leading Georgia to 34-27 overtime victory over Purdue in Capital One Bowl (27x37, 327 yards, 3 TD's) which earned him game MVP honors.....part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03 and ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage during that time....

2004 -- Outstanding spring being named recipient of the Best All-Around Offensive Player of the Spring....completed 11 of 13 passes for 131 yards and two TD's in annual spring G-Day game.....named pre-season All-SEC first team by the SEC Coaches, Athlon and The Sporting News....named National Player of the Week by The Sporting News, ESPN Radio, and The Walter Camp Foundation for his performance in victory over LSU (10x19, 172 yards and school record five TD passes)....the SEC Offensive Player of the Week for performance in Georgia's 31-24 win over Florida (15x23, 3 TD's)....set NCAA Division 1-A record for Most Victories by a Startring QB with 42 breaking old mark of 39 by Tennessee's Peyton Manning and set NCAA mark for career starts (52)....also posted 15-2 record on opponents' home field....set numerous records including SEC marks for Career Passing Yards (11,528), Career Total Offense (11,270), Most Consecutive Passes Without an Interception (214 breaking his own old mark of 176) and Ratio of Attempts/Interceptionis in a Career (1:45.0l, 32 in 1,440)...also set numerous Georgia career records including Passing Yards (11,528), Total Offense (11,270), Pass Attempts (1,440), TD Passes (70), Pass Efficiency Rating (138.3), and Lowest Interception Percentage (2.22%, 32 in 1,440)..... finalist for Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award presented annually to the nation's top senior QB....named semi-finalist for Maxwell Award and finalist for the Bobby Bowden Award, which recognizes the Division I-A football player who epitomizes the student-athlete who conducts himself as a faith model in the community, in the classroom and on the field.........recipient of 2004 National Scholar-Athlete Award ($18,000 post-graduate scholarship) by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.... All-SEC second team by the SEC coaches and All-SEC honorable mention by the Associated Press...recipient of team's Offensive Career Performance Award and Victors Club Award for outstanding grades in eight or more games....part of team that has posted 42-10 record from 2001-04 (sixth best in the country), three straight seasons of 10 or more wins, three straight bowl victories, and three consecutive national top six finishes....Major: Business.

>>See David in his PeeWee football days with teammate David Pollack

Passing
Year G/GS Att Cmp Pct. Yds INT TD LG
2001 11/11 324 192 .593 2789 9 17 68 UK
2002 14/14 379 218 .575 2924 8 22 65 VU
2003 14/14 438 264 .603 3307 11 13 93 LSU1
2004 12/12 299 175 .585 2508 4 20 79 ARK
Total 51/51 1440 849 .590 11528 32 72 93 LSU1

2001 GAME BY GAME
Team G/GS C/A Pct. Yds TD Int LG
vs. Arkansas St. 1/12 21/29 .686 285 2 0 28
vs. South Carolina 2/2 21/33 .553 169 0 1 24
vs. Arkansas 3/3 20/37 .541 298 2 1 33
at Tennessee 4/4 21/34 .618 303 2 1 55
at Vanderbilt 5/5 19/26 .731 305 2 0 58
vs. Kentucky 6/6 22/36 .611 364 3 1 68
vs. Florida 7/7 25/42 .595 258 0 1 40
vs. Auburn 8/8 15/32 .469 294 2 1 67
at Ole Miss 9/9 8/14 .571 93 1 2 44
at Georgia Tech 10/10 11/24 .458 210 0 0 50
vs. Houston 11/11 9/17 .529 210 3 1 49
2001 Totals 11/11 192/324 .593 2789 17 9 68 UK

2002 GAME BY GAME
Team G/GS C/A Pct. Yds TD Int LG
Clemson 1/1 12/21 .571 67 1 1 15
S. Carolina 2/2 11/19 .578 169 0 0 52
Northwestern St. 3/3 26/43 .604 346 4 1 46
New Mexico St. 4/4 19/34 .558 207 2 1 27
Alabama 5/5 15/27 .556 224 2 2 42
Tennessee 6/6 22/37 .595 232 1 1 23
Vanderbilt 7/7 20/23 .870 319 2 0 65
Kentucky 8/8 16/32 .500 251 4 0 41
Florida 9/9 11/29 .379 141 0 1 31
Ole Miss 10/10 12/22 .545 206 2 1 53
Auburn 11/11 18/35 .514 232 1 1 41
Georgia Tech 12/12 10/14 .714 205 1 0 49
SEC Championship - Arkansas 13/13 17/29 .586 237 1 0 44
Florida State - Sugar Bowl 14/14 9/14 .643 88 1 0 34
Totals 14/14 218/379 .575 2924 22 8 65 VU

2003 GAME BY GAME
Team G/GS C/A Pct. Yds Int TD LG
Clemson 1/1 12/17 .706 203 0 1 15
MTSU 2/2 21/28 .750 267 0 0 52
USC 3/3 16/27 .593 208 0 2 46
LSU 4/4 20/44 .455 314 2 1 93
Alabama 5/5 21/38 .553 252 2 1 42
Tennessee 6/6 22/27 .815 228 1 1 23
Vanderbilt 7/7 19/30 .633 208 1 0 65
UAB 8/8 20/33 .606 221 2 1 41
Florida 9/9 18/32 .563 188 1 0 31
Auburn 10/10 11/24 .458 168 0 1 41
Kentucky 11/11 24/38 .632 289 0 0 41
Georgia Tech 12/12 16/22 .727 235 0 1 49
SEC Championship - LSU 13/13 17/41 .415 199 3 1 44
Purdue - Citrus Bowl 14/14 27/37 .730 327 0 3 43
Totals 14/14 264/438 .603 3307 11 13 93
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