2012 Senior Bowl

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2012 Nike Senior Bowl
All-Star Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
North Team 3 10 7 3 23
South Team 3 3 0 7 13
Date January 28, 2012
Season 2011
Stadium Ladd Peebles Stadium
Location Mobile, Alabama
MVP Isaiah Pead
Referee Reggie Smith
Halftime show Alabama State University "Mighty Marching Hornets" and The Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders
Attendance 40,646
United States TV coverage
Network NFL Network
Announcers: Paul Burmeister (Play-by-Play)
Mike Mayock (Analyst)
Charles Davis (Analyst)
Rebecca Haarlow (Sidelines)
Heath Evans (Sidelines)
Senior Bowl
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The 2012 Nike Senior Bowl was an all-star college football exhibition game featuring players from the 2011 college football season, and prospects for the 2012 Draft of the professional National Football League (NFL).

The game was played on January 28, 2012, at 3 pm CST (4 p.m. Eastern time) at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama between "North" and "South" teams.[1] This year's Senior Bowl concluded the 2011-12 post-season as the NFLPA's Texas vs The Nation game, which would have been played the following week, was canceled. The coaching staff of the Minnesota Vikings, led by head coach Leslie Frazier, coached the North team. The coaching staff of the Washington Redskins, led by head coach Mike Shanahan, coached the South team.

Coverage of the event was provided in high-definition on the NFL Network.


Rosters[edit]

North Team[edit]

No. Name Position Height/Weight School
75 Mike Adams OL 6-7/323 Ohio State
71 Tony Bergstrom OL 6-5 1/2/315 Utah
50 Mike Brewster OL 6-4 1/4/310 Ohio State
44 Audie Cole LB 6-4 1/8/258 NC State
8 Kirk Cousins QB 6-2 1/2/209 Michigan State
81 Jack Crawford DL 6-4 7/8/268 Penn State
99 Vinny Curry DL 6-3/265 Marshall
4 Lavonte David LB 6-0 1/2/225 Nebraska
28 Demario Davis LB 6-3/230 Arkansas State
82 Michael Egnew TE 6-5 1/4/251 Missouri
34 Bradie Ewing FB 5-11 5/8/241 Wisconsin
13 Jamell Fleming DB 5-10 5/8/202 Oklahoma
24 Donnie Fletcher DB 6-0 1/4/201 Boston College
83 T.J. Graham WR 5-11 3/8/182 NC State
1 Dan Herron RB 5-9 1/4/212 Ohio State
84 Emil Igwenagu TE 6-1 1/8/245 Massachusetts
18 George Iloka DB 6-3 5/8/222 Boise State
2 Asa Jackson DB 5-9 7/8/193 Cal Poly
56 Cam Johnson LB 6-3 3/4/267 Virginia
52 James-Michael Johnson LB 6-1 1/8/249 Nevada
23 Leonard Johnson DB 5-9 7/8/198 Iowa State
78 Rishaw Johnson OL 6-3 3/4/310 California (PA)
89 Marvin Jones WR 6-1 7/8/198 California
56 Senio Kelemete OL 6-3 1/2/300 Washington
85 Brian Linthicum TE 6-3 3/4/249 Michigan State
8 D'Anton Lynn DB 5-11 5/8/205 Penn State
22 Doug Martin RB 5-9/219 Boise State
68 Mike Martin DL 6-1 1/4/307 Michigan
92 Shea McClellin DL 6-3 1/4/248 Boise State
7 Marvin McNutt WR 6-2 1/2/216 Iowa
11 Kellen Moore QB 5-11 3/4/191 Boise State
21 Josh Norman DB 6-0 1/4/200 Coastal Carolina
97 Brad Nortman P 6-2 5/8/207 Wisconsin
73 Kelechi Osemele OL 6-5 3/8/333 Iowa State
23 Isaiah Pead RB 5-9 7/8/193 Cincinnati
20 Chris Polk RB 5-10 1/2/224 Washington
3 DeVier Posey WR 6-1 5/8/209 Ohio State
88 Brian Quick WR 6-3 1/2/222 Appalachian State
98 Kendall Reyes DL 6-3 7/8/300 Connecticut
81 Gerell Robinson WR 6-3 1/8/223 Arizona State
19 Trenton Robinson DB 5-9 1/2/193 Michigan State
72 Mitchell Schwartz OL 6-5 1/8/317 California
22 Harrison Smith DB 6-1 3/4/212 Notre Dame
74 Alameda Ta'amu DL 6-2 1/2/341 Washington
74 Johnnie Troutman OL 6-4 1/8/325 Penn State
45 Bobby Wagner LB 6-0 1/4/241 Utah State
37 Carson Wiggs K 6-0 1/2/222 Purdue
16 Russell Wilson QB 5-10 5/8/203 Wisconsin
90 Billy Winn DL 6-3 3/8/296 Boise State
62 Kyle Wojta LS 6-1 1/2/239 Wisconsin
95 Derek Wolfe DL 6-5/300 Cincinnati
70 Kevin Zeitler OL 6-3 7/8/315 Wisconsin

South Team[edit]

No. Name Position Height/Weight School
55 Emmanuel Acho LB 6-1/235 Texas
4 Joe Adams WR 5-10 1/2/174 Arkansas
26 Antonio Allen DB 6-1 1/4/202 South Carolina
72 Jeff Allen OL 6-4/306 Illinois
28 Vick Ballard RB 5-10 1/8/217 Mississippi State
5 Dwight Bentley DB 5-9 7/8/176 Louisiana-Lafayette
91 Jake Bequette LB 6-4 1/2/264 Arkansas
61 Will Blackwell OL 6-3 1/2/314 LSU
74 Philip Blake OL 6-2 3/8/312 Baylor
2 Brandon Boykin DB 5-9 1/4/183 Georgia
13 Nigel Bradham LB 6-1 5/8/237 Florida State
70 James Brown OL 6-3 1/2/307 Troy
47 Zach Brown LB 6-1 3/8/236 North Carolina
29 Randy Bullock K 5-9 3/8/207 Texas A&M
13 Drew Butler P 6-1 1/8/199 Georgia
90 Quinton Coples DL 6-5 3/4/281 North Carolina
33 Lennon Creer RB 6-1/215 Louisiana Tech
82 Juron Criner WR 6-2 1/8/220 Arizona
8 Nick Foles QB 6-5/244 Arizona
87 Jeff Fuller WR 6-4 1/8/217 Texas A&M
24 Terrance Ganaway RB 5-11 1/2/241 Baylor
71 Cordy Glenn OL 6-5 1/2/346 Georgia
89 Ladarius Green TE 6-5 3/4/237 Louisiana-Lafayette
62 Josh Harris LS 6-1 1/8/250 Auburn
19 Casey Hayward DB 5-11/188 Vanderbilt
96 Jaye Howard DL 6-3/292 Florida
6 Melvin Ingram DL 6-1 7/8/276 South Carolina
97 Malik Jackson DL 6-5/270 Tennessee
88 A.J. Jenkins WR 6-0 1/8/192 Illinois
1 Janoris Jenkins DB 5-9 3/4/191 North Alabama
94 Tony Jerod-Eddie DL 6-4/303 Texas A&M
60 Ben Jones OL 6-2 5/8/304 Georgia
85 Dwight Jones WR 6-3 1/8/226 North Carolina
17 Ryan Lindley QB 6-3 3/4/229 San Diego State
10 Markelle Martin DB 6-0 3/4/203 Oklahoma State
76 Matt McCants OL 6-5 5/8/309 UAB
24 DeQuan Menzie DB 5-10 1/2/195 Alabama
32 Alfred Morris FB 5-10 1/4/222 Florida Atlantic
19 Deangelo Peterson TE 6-2 7/8/230 LSU
92 Tydreke Powell DL 6-2 3/8/297 North Carolina
2 Chris Rainey RB 5-8 3/8/174 Florida
93 Kheeston Randall DL 6-4 1/2/297 Texas
51 Keenan Robinson LB 6-3 1/8/240 Texas
77 Zebrie Sanders OL 6-5 1/2/308 Florida State
44 Brad Smelley TE 6-1 7/8/233 Alabama
31 Sean Spence LB 5-11 3/8/228 Miami (FL)
4 Ryan Steed DB 5-10 3/8/190 Furman
18 Brandon Taylor DB 5-11 1/8/202 LSU
98 Brandon Thompson DL 6-2/311 Clemson
41 Courtney Upshaw DL 6-1 1/2/273 Alabama
73 William Vlachos OL 6-0 3/8/306 Alabama
3 Brandon Weeden QB 6-3 1/2/219 Oklahoma State

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary[edit]

Scoring Play Score
1st Quarter
NORTH - Carson Wiggs 27-yard field goal, 04:18 NORTH 3 - 0
SOUTH - Randy Bullock 39-yard field goal, 05:40 TIED 3 - 3
2nd Quarter
NORTH - Marvin Jones 18-yard pass from Russell Wilson (Carson Wiggs kick), 02:29 NORTH 10 - 3
SOUTH - Randy Bullock 24-yard field goal, 07:18 NORTH 10 - 6
NORTH - Carson Wiggs 32-yard field goal, 00:26 NORTH 13 - 6
3rd Quarter
NORTH - Gerell Robinson 40-yard pass from Kirk Cousins (Carson Wiggs kick), 03:16 NORTH 20 - 6
4th Quarter
SOUTH - Juron Criner 20-yard pass from Nick Foles (Randy Bullock kick), 04:35 NORTH 20 - 13
NORTH - Carson Wiggs 28-yard field goal, 08:44 NORTH 23 - 13

Statistics[edit]

Statistics North South
First Downs 17 15
Total offense, plays - yards 63-279 65-331
Rushes-yards (net) 33-69 20-36
Passing yards (net) 210 295
Passes, Att-Comp-Int 15-30-2 26-45-3
Time of Possession 30:10 29:50

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The clothing company Nike was the sponsor for the first year. The company also provided apparel for the game.

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