2010 Senior Bowl

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2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl
All-Star Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
North Team 3 14 7 7 31
South Team 3 10 0 0 13
Date January 30, 2010
Season 2009
Stadium Ladd Peebles Stadium
Location Mobile, Alabama
MVP Brandon Graham
United States TV coverage
Network NFL Network
Announcers Bob Papa play-by-play
Mike Mayock color
Charles Davis color
Senior Bowl
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The 2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl was an all-star college football exhibition game featuring players from the 2009 college football season, and prospects for the 2010 Draft of the professional National Football League (NFL), as well as for the United Football League's inaugural draft.[1]

The game was played on January 30, 2010 at 3 p.m. local time at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.[2]

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

Scoring summary[edit]

Scoring play Score
1st quarter
North — Brett Swenson 43-yard field goal, 6:01 North 3–0
South — Leigh Tiffin 43-yard field goal, 2:25 Tied 3–3
2nd quarter
North — LeGarrette Blount 14-yard run (Brett Swenson kick), 14:40 North 10–3
North — Austen Lane 6-yard fumble recovery (Brett Swenson kick), 9:53 North 17–3
South — Leigh Tiffin 33-yard field goal, 3:36 North 17–6
South — Colin Peek 19-yard pass from Zac Robinson (Leigh Tiffin kick), 0:07 North 17–13
3rd quarter
North — Dan LeFevour 1-yard run (Brett Swenson kick), 3:52 North 24–13
4th quarter
North — Mardy Gilyard 32-yard pass from Dan LeFevour (Brett Swenson kick), 11:21 North 31–13

Coaching staff[edit]

North Team[edit]

Name Type NFL Coaching Experience
Jim Schwartz Head Coach 17 years
Gunther Cunningham Defensive Coordinator 28 years
Scott Linehan Offensive Coordinator 8 years
Jeff Horton Quarterbacks 4 years
Matt Burke Linebackers 6 years
Shawn Jefferson Wide Receivers 5 years
Tim Lappano Tight Ends 8 years
George Yarno Offensive Line 2 years
Jeremiah Washburn Assistant Offensive Line 8 years
Sam Gash Running Backs 5 years
Todd Downing Offensive Quality Control 7 years
Don Clemons Defensive Assistant 25 years
Bob Karmelowicz Defensive Line 18 years
Daron Roberts Assistant Secondary 3 years
Kris Kocurek Assistant Defensive Line 1 year
Tim Walton Secondary 1 year
Bradford Banta Assistant Special Teams 2 years
Jason Arapoff Coordinator of Physical Development 12 years
Malcolm Blacken Strength & Conditioning 14 years
Ted Rath Strength & Conditioning Assistant 1 year

South Team[edit]

Name Type NFL Coaching Experience
Tony Sparano Head Coach 12 years
Dan Henning Offensive Coordinator 30 years
Todd Bowles Assistant Head Coach/Secondary 11 years
David Lee Quarterbacks 7 years
Kacy Rodgers Defensive Line 8 years
James Saxon Running Backs 10 years
Kar Dorrell Wide Receivers 5 years
Dave DeGuglielmo Offensive Line 6 years
John Bonamego Special Teams 11 years
George DeLeone Tight Ends 3 years
Darren Rizzi Assistant Special Teams 1 year
Evan Marcus Head Strength and Conditioning 6 years
Dave Puloka Assistant Strength and Conditioning 3 years
Steve Bush Offensive Quality Control 2 years
David Corrao Defensive Quality Control 2 years

Rosters[edit]

  • Mardy Gilyard Won Offensive MVP in Senior Bowl.

North Team[edit]

South Team[edit]

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The clothing company Under Armour sponsored the event for the fourth consecutive year. The company also provided apparel for the game.

References[edit]