2004 All-ACC Academic Football Team Announced
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February 8, 2005

GREENSBORO, N.C.- Thirteen players who earned first or second team All-Conference honors this past season also secured spots on the 2004 Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic football team as announced by Commissioner John Swofford. To be eligible, a player must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the fall semester or have maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during his academic career.

The league's 2004 ACC Player of the Year - Virginia Tech quarterback Bryan Randall - and Maryland's Nick Novak, the ACC's all-time leading scorer with 393 points, are among the league's academic honorees as are two players who earned consensus first-team All-America recognition this past season - Virginia tight end Heath Miller and Miami defensive back Antrel Rolle. Other first or second team All-ACC selections named are Georgia Tech's Travis Bell and James Butler, Maryland's C.J. Brooks, Domonique Foxworth and Adam Podlesh, North Carolina's Jason Brown, Virginia's Zac Yarbrough, Virginia Tech's Jeff King and Brandon Pace.

North Carolina's Darian Durant, the league's seventh all-time leading passer with 8,755 yards and Maryland's Steve Suter, the ACC's all-time punt return leader with 1,271 yards, head up a list of 20 players that are repeaters from last year's All-Academic team. Each of the 11 league schools are represented on the honors team with Duke leading the way with eight selections, Maryland was second with seven. The 2004 All-ACC Academic Football Team is as follows:

2004 All-ACC Academic Football Team
OBBrock Berlin, Sr., Miami*3.05Sociology
OBP.J. Daniels, Jr., GaT3.00Management
OBDarian Durant, Sr., UNC3.48African American History
OBBryan Randall, Sr., VT4.00Physical Education
OBMike Schneider, Jr., Duke3.00Cultural Anthroplogy
OBWyatt Sexton, So., FSU*3.65Communications
WRBrian Clark, Jr., NCS3.42Parks Recreation & Tourism
WRNate Curry, Sr., GaT4.00Building Construction
WRSteve Suter, Sr., Md*3.32Criminal Justice
TEJeff King, Jr., VT*3.16Finance
TEHeath Miller, Jr., UVa3.30Sociology
TEAndy Roland, Jr., Duke3.60Public Policy Studies
OLC.J. Brooks, Sr., Md3.00Communication
OLJason Brown, Sr., UNC4.00Communications
OLBrian Chacos, Sr., UNC3.10Sociology
OLDavid Castillo, Jr., FSU*3.48Exercise Physiology
OLBlake Lingruen, Sr., WF3.00Communication
OLChristian Mitchell, Sr., Duke3.30Economics
OLJed Paulsen, Sr., NCS3.13Technology Education
OLJoel Rodriguez, Sr., Miami3.26Sports Administration
OLKyle Schmitt, Sr., Md*3.10History/Education
OLTommy Sharpe, Sr., Clem3.00Management
OLZac Yarbrough, Sr., UVa3.00Psychology
PAdam Podlesh, So., Md*3.16Finance
PChris Hall, Jr., FSU3.50Sport Management
DLJohn McCargo, Jr., NCS3.07Parks Recreation & Tourism
DLEli Nichols, Jr., Duke*3.53Mechanical Engineering
DLBrennan Schmidt, Jr., UVa3.49Sociology
DLKamerion Wimbley, Jr., FSU3.67Social Work
LBGiuseppe Aguanno, Sr., Duke*3.26Public Policy Studies
LBJames Anderson, Jr., VT3.50Art
LBBrendan Dewan, Sr., Duke3.75Biological Anthropology
LBDoug Justice, Jr., UNC3.65.Psychology/Communications
LBRoger McIntosh, Jr., Miami3.08Criminology
LBChris Reis, Jr., GaT*3.20Management
LBMalcolm Ruff, Jr., Duke3.35African American Studies
LBBrad White, Gr., WF*3.50Accounting
DBJames Butler, Sr., GaT3.00Building Construction
DBDomonique Foxworth, Sr., Md.3.00American Studies
DBMarcus Hamilton, So., UVa*3.27Sociology
DBJermaine Hardy, Sr., UVa3.00Psychology
DBKelly Jennings, Jr., Miami*3.05Finance
DBLamont Reid, Sr., NCS3.17Parks Recreation & Tourism
DBAntrel Rolle, Sr., Miami3.28Sports Administration
DBKenneth Stanford, Sr., Duke3.35Economics
PKTravis Bell, Fr., GaT3.75Management
PKJad Dean, So., Clem3.33Business Administration
PKConnor Hughes, Jr., UVa*3.08Religious Studies
PKNick Novak, Sr., Md*3.48Kinesiological Sciences
PKBrandon Pace, So., VT*3.09Sociology
PKJonathan Peattie, So., Miami*3.17Business Management