2005 Florida State Seminoles football team

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2005 Florida State Seminoles football
Florida State Seminoles old logo.svg
ACC champion
ACC Atlantic Division co-champion
Orange Bowl,
L 23–26 3OT vs. Penn State
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
DivisionAtlantic Division
Ranking
CoachesNo. 23
APNo. 23
2005 record8–5 (5–3 ACC)
Head coach Bobby Bowden (30th season)
Offensive coordinator Jeff Bowden (5th season)
Offensive scheme Pro-style
Defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews (22nd season)
Base defense 4–3
Home stadium Doak Campbell Stadium
(Capacity: 82,300)
Seasons
  2004
2006  
2005 ACC football standings
Conf  Overall
Team W L    W L 
Atlantic Division
No. 23 Florida State xy$ 53    85 
No. 18 Boston College x 53    93 
No. 21 Clemson  44    84 
Wake Forest  35    47 
NC State  35    75 
Maryland  35    56 
Coastal Division
No. 7 Virginia Tech x 71    112 
No. 17 Miami  62    93 
Georgia Tech  53    75 
North Carolina  44    56 
Virginia  35    75 
Duke  08    110 

Championship: Florida State 27, Virginia Tech 22
  • $ BCS representative as conference champion
  • x Division champion/co-champions
  • y Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2005 Florida State Seminoles football team represented Florida State University during the 2005 NCAA Division I-A football season. The team was coached by Bobby Bowden and played their home games at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. They were members of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and competed in the Atlantic Division.

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2005 NCAA Division I-A football season

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The Seminoles won their division and competed in the ACC title game, defeating Virginia Tech in the inaugural championship game.

Recruits

The Seminoles recruiting class was ranked No. 2 in the nation behind only Southern California by Rivals.com , [1] but never panned out. On a reevaluation in 2012, Rivals.com listed it among the most disappointing recruiting classes of the decade. [2]

Rivals.com is a network of websites that focus mainly on college football and basketball recruiting in the United States. The network was started in 1998 and currently employs more than 300 personnel.

US college sports recruiting information for high school athletes
NameHometownHigh school / collegeHeightWeight40Commit date
Russell Ball
RB
La Marque, TexasLa Marque HS5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)165 lb (75 kg)4.3May 23, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 3 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Callahan Bright
DT
Bryn Mawr, PennsylvaniaHarriton Senior HS6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)315 lb (143 kg)5.0Feb 2, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 5 stars.svg     Rivals: 5 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Everette Brown
DE
Wilson, North CarolinaBeddingfield HS6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)235 lb (107 kg)4.5Jan 5, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Matt Dunham
ATH
Columbus, GeorgiaSt. Anne-Pacelli Catholic6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)230 lb (100 kg)4.4Apr 26, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Dan Foster
LB
Blakely, GeorgiaEarly County HS6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)215 lb (98 kg)4.5Nov 3, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Graham Gano
K
Cantonment, FloridaTate HS6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)180 lb (82 kg)4.4Nov 3, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 3 stars.svg     Rivals: 3 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Michael Ray Garvin
DB
Ramsey, New JerseyDon Bosco Preparatory5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)180 lb (82 kg)4.3Dec 6, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Richard Goodman
WR
Ft. Lauderdale, FloridaSt. Thomas Aquinas HS6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)175 lb (79 kg)4.5Jan 31, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 3 stars.svg     Rivals: 3 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Charlie Graham
TE
Greenville, FloridaMadison County HS6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)230 lb (100 kg)4.8Dec 17, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 2 stars.svg     Rivals: 2 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Letroy Guion
DT
Starke, FloridaBradford HS6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)282 lb (128 kg)4.7Jun 10, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: N/A    Rivals: N/A    247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Jonathan Hannah
TE
Louisburg, North CarolinaLouisburg HS6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)260 lb (120 kg)4.8Feb 8, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 3 stars.svg     Rivals: 2 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 40
Matt Hardrick
OL
Orlando, FloridaEdgewater6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)340 lb (150 kg)5.5Feb 3, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Geno Hayes
LB
Greenville, FloridaMadison County HS6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)212 lb (96 kg)4.65Feb 2, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Anthony Kelly
LB
Ellisville, MississippiJones County Junior College6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)230 lb (100 kg)4.6Feb 17, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 3 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Korey Mangum
DB
La Marque, TexasLa Marque HS5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)180 lb (82 kg)4.5Feb 1, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 3 stars.svg     Rivals: 3 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Justin Mincey
DE
Folkston, GeorgiaCharlton County HS6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)240 lb (110 kg)4.7Dec 5, 2004 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Neefy Moffett
LB
Palm Bay, FloridaPalm Bay Senior HS6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)215 lb (98 kg)4.5Feb 2, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Derek Nicholson
LB
Winston-Salem, North CarolinaMount Tabor HS6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)220 lb (100 kg)4.6Jan 31, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Rod Owens
WR
Jacksonville, FloridaSamuel W. Wolfson HS6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)170 lb (77 kg)4.4Jan 9, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 3 stars.svg     Rivals: 3 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Jamie Robinson
DB
Rock Hill, South CarolinaNorthwestern HS6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)185 lb (84 kg)4.5Feb 1, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Fred Rouse
WR
Tallahassee, FloridaLincoln HS6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)190 lb (86 kg)4.4Feb 2, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 5 stars.svg     Rivals: 5 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Antone Smith
RB
Pahokee, FloridaPahokee HS5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)183 lb (83 kg)4.3Feb 2, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 5 stars.svg     Rivals: 5 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Kendrick Stewart
DT
Lakeland, FloridaLakeland Senior HS6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)275 lb (125 kg)4.8Jan 6, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Clarence Ward
DB
Pensacola, FloridaPensacola HS6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)175 lb (79 kg)4.5Jan 25, 2005 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout: 4 stars.svg     Rivals: 4 stars.svg     247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: N/A
Overall recruiting rankings:
  • ‡ Refers to 40 yard dash
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height, weight and 40 time.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

  • "Florida State 2005 Football Commitments". Rivals.com. Retrieved July 27, 2011.
  • "2005 Florida State Commits". Scout.com. Retrieved July 27, 2011.
  • "2005 Player Commitments – Florida State". ESPN.com. Retrieved July 27, 2011.
  • "Scout.com Team Recruiting Rankings". Scout.com. Retrieved July 27, 2011.
  • "2005 Team Ranking". Rivals.com. Retrieved July 27, 2011.

    Schedule

    DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
    September 58:00 p.m.No. 9 Miami (FL) No. 14 ABC W 10–784,347 [3]
    September 106:45 p.m. The Citadel *No. 11
    • Doak Campbell Stadium
    • Tallahassee, FL
    ESPNU W 62–1079,152 [4]
    September 177:45 p.m.at No. 17 Boston College No. 8 ESPN W 28–1744,500 [5]
    October 13:30 p.m. Syracuse *No. 6
    • Doak Campbell Stadium
    • Tallahassee, FL
    ABCW 38–1483,717 [6]
    October 812:00 p.m. Wake Forest No. 4
    • Doak Campbell Stadium
    • Tallahassee, FL
    JPS W 41–2482,589 [7]
    October 157:45 p.m.at Virginia No. 4ESPNL 21–2663,106 [8]
    October 223:30 p.m.at Duke No. 11ESPNUW 55–2421,731 [9]
    October 293:30 p.m. Maryland Dagger-14-plain.pngNo. 10
    • Doak Campbell Stadium
    • Tallahassee, FL
    ABCW 35–2782,626 [10]
    November 53:30 p.m. NC State No. 9
    • Doak Campbell Stadium
    • Tallahassee, FL
    ABCL 15–2083,912 [11]
    November 1212:00 p.m.at Clemson No. 17ESPNL 14–3580,536 [12]
    November 263:30 p.m.at No. 19 Florida *No. 23 CBS L 7–3490,669 [13]
    December 37:45 p.m.vs. No. 5 Virginia Tech No. 22ABCW 27–2272,749 [14]
    January 38:00 p.m.vs. No. 3 Penn State *No. 23ABCL 23–26 3OT77,773 [15]
    • *Non-conference game
    • Dagger-14-plain.pngHomecoming
    • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
    • All times are in Eastern time

    Post season

    Florida State appeared in the first ACC title game. 2005 ACC title game FSU VT.jpg
    Florida State appeared in the first ACC title game.

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    The Associated Press (AP) is a U.S.-based not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City. Founded in 1846, it operates as a cooperative, unincorporated association. Its members are U.S. newspapers and broadcasters.

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    NFL draft

    Six seniors and two juniors would go on and be drafted in the 2006 NFL Draft.

    2006 NFL Draft

    The 2006 National Football League Draft, the 71st in league history, took place in New York City, New York, at Radio City Music Hall on April 29 and April 30, 2006. For the 27th consecutive year, the draft was telecast on ESPN and ESPN2, with additional coverage offered by ESPNU and, for the first time, by the NFL Network. Having signed a contract with the Houston Texans on the evening before the draft, Mario Williams, a defensive end from North Carolina State, became the draft’s first pick. The selection surprised many commentators, who predicted that the Texans would draft Southern California running back Reggie Bush or Texas quarterback Vince Young. Ohio State produced the most first round selections (five), while Southern California produced the most overall selections (eleven). Twenty-seven compensatory and supplemental compensatory selections were distributed amongst seventeen teams; Tampa Bay, Baltimore, and Tennessee each held three compensatory picks. The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season. The 255 players chosen in the draft were composed of:

    RoundPickOverallNamePositionTeam
    1st99 Ernie Sims Linebacker Detroit Lions
    1st1313 Kamerion Wimbley Defensive end Cleveland Browns
    1st1414 Brodrick Bunkley Defensive tackle Philadelphia Eagles
    1st1919 Antonio Cromartie Cornerback San Diego Chargers
    3rd3195 Willie Reid Wide receiver Pittsburgh Steelers
    4th20117 Leon Washington Running back New York Jets
    5th5138 Pat Watkins Safety Dallas Cowboys
    5th24157 A.J. Nicholson Linebacker Cincinnati Bengals

    All-star games

    GameDateSitePlayers
    57th Senior Bowl January 28, 2006 Ladd–Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Alabama Pat Watkins, Brodrick Bunkley, Kamerion Wimbley [16]

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