|GLENNON (Ethan Hyman/Raleigh News & Observer)|
Glennon set personal career highs with his 55 pass attempts (sixth in NC State history) and 36 completions (fifth). Glennon now has 28 touchdown passes on the season, moving him into a tie for third place with Wilson (28 in 2008) on the N.C. State single-season list for TD passes. Only Philip Rivers (34 in 2003) and Wilson (31 in 2009) have thrown for more touchdowns in a single season than Glennon has so far in 2011.
|JONES (Robert Willet/Raleigh News & Observer)|
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN – Blake DeChristopher, Virginia Tech, Sr., OT, 6-5, 311, Midlothian, Va. The Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner continued his strong season by grading out at 90 percent on 61 snaps with 15 knockdowns as the Hokies blanked Virginia 38-0 on the road to clinch the ACC's Coastal Division.
DEFENSIVE LINEMAN – James Gayle, Virginia Tech, So., DE, 6-4, 257, Hampton, Va. Gayle had a big hand in Tech's 38-0 shutout of Virginia, posting five solo tackles, three of which were for loss and two of which were sacks. He also had three quarterback hurries.
|MANNING (Ethan Hyman/Raleigh News & Observer)|
DEFENSIVE BACK – Terrance Parks, Florida State, Sr., S, 6-2, 215, Fairburn, Ga.Parks saved the finest performance of his career for his final regular season game – against arch-rival Florida. The second-year starter matched his career-high with 6 tackles – all solo stops – including the first two tackles for loss (-17 yards) of his career. Parks was an integral part in both the run support efforts that limited the host Gators to 54 rushing yards, and the coverage unit which yielded only 130 through the air and came away with four interceptions. Parks came away with the Seminoles’ fourth and final interception of the night – the first of his career – and returned it 29 yards for a touchdown and a 21-0 lead.
|QUIGLEY (Greg M. Cooper/US Presswire)|
CO-SPECIALIST – Danny Coale, Virginia Tech, Sr., WR/P, 6-0, 200, Lexington, Va. Coale, punting for just the second time this season, had four punts for an average of 47.5 yards with two punts of 52 yards in Tech's win over Virginia. He found out he was punting in pregame warm-ups.
|COALE (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)|
|BERNARD (Robert Willet/Raleigh News & Observer)|