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Matt Schaub Biography

Matt   Schaub Biography Date of birth          : June 25, 1981 (age 30) Height                     : 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)            Weight...

Matt  Schaub Biography
Date of birth         : June 25, 1981 (age 30)
Height                    : 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)           
Weight                   : 241 lb (109 kg)

Matthew Rutledge Schaub (born June 25, 1981) is the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans. He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the third round of the 2004 draft in the NFL. He played college football at Virginia.
Schaub enrolled in Virginia in the fall of 1999 and really redshirt his first season. In 2000, starter Dan Ellis missed some time due to injury, but fellow redshirt freshman Bryson Spinner received the most playing time in relief. After the 2000 season, coach George Welsh retired and was replaced by Al Groh. Schaub was the starter for the first game of the 2001 season in Wisconsin. During the 2001 season, Schaub and Spinner almost equally split the quarterback duties. The two alternated in some games, while others either Schaub and Spinner received nearly every play. The quarterback system worked relatively well two effectively pass the ball to the receiver Billy McMullen, the team leading offensive threat.

Spinner transferred to the University of Richmond for the 2002 season, seemingly making Schaub the undisputed title. However, Schaub was replaced briefly by Marques Hagans red shirt freshman in the first game of the 2002 season against Colorado State University. Hagans was named a starter for the next game against Florida State University, but was replaced by Schaub, who passed to his breakout season. Schaub was the 2002 ACC Player of 2002 ACC Offensive Player of the Year and first team All-State Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) in his senior year. Advertising in 2003 as the preseason Heisman candidate, Schaub suffered a shoulder injury in the first game of the season and not return for several games, so their total number was reduced in the last year. He was the MVP of the 2003 Continental Tire Bowl and was selected twice for the football team Academic All-ACC. His University of Virginia, including awards John Acree Memorial Trophy, given to the football player with the highest qualities of leadership and selfless service, and Ben Wilson Award as the outstanding player of the offensive team.

Matt Schaub finished his college career with at least 22 school records. He played in a record 40 games at the quarterback position and ended his career as one of the most accurate passers in the history of Atlantic Coast Conference (670 career completion percentage). His statistics include records of Virginia vocational school yards passing (7.502), touchdown passes (56), completions (716), attempts (1069), completion percentage (.670), 300-yard games (8 ) and 200-yard games (20).
 Source : Wikipedia


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