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2003 Football Roster

Andrico Hines

Class: r-Sr.
Position: QB
Height: 6-2
Weight: 209 pounds
Previous School: Southwest Miss. CC
Hometown: Riverdale, GA

Record Book: His 1,753 passing yards in 2002 ranked as the eighth most in school history ... Is fifth all-time in total offense for a season with 2,239 in 2002 ... Is fourth in pass completions for a single-season with 153 in 2003 ... Ranks sixth all-time in total offense with 4,296 yards and is eighth in passing yards with 3,495.

2003: Ended the year 153-for-253 through the air for 1,742 yards and seven touchdowns ... His three interceptions on the season was the fewest by any starting quarterback in the SBC ... Also finished third on the team in rushing with 315 yards ... Tallied his second most (at the time) completions in a single-game by connecting on 19 of 34 passes against FAU ... Also threw a touchdown pass versus the Owls ... Accounted for 212 of the teams 240 yards of total offense against No. 8 Georgia ... Completed 18 of 25 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown (career long 71-yard strike)at Georgia to go along with 39 rushing yards ... Earned a lightning bolt for his play against the Bulldogs ... Played his best game as a collegian at No. 23 Missouri by going 19-for-31 through the air for 248 yards and two touchdowns ... Also scored on a four-yard run in overtime ... Earned Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors for his effort at Missouri ... Went down with an injury to his back in the first half against Temple and returned in the second half, but was in too much pain to continue ... Did not play against NMSU ... Came off the bench at Idaho to lead the Blue Raiders to a come-from-behind overtime victory ... He finished 11 of 19 for 227 yards, while also adding 61 yards and two touchdowns on the ground ... Followed that effort with career bests in completions and attempts against North Texas ... He was 23-for-33 for 252 yards and one touchdown to mark the first time in his career that he has thrown for over 200 yards in back-to-back contests ... Earned SBC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the third time in 2003 after completing 15 of 22 passes for 167 yards against Troy State to go along with 90 rushing yards ... Hines' 40-yard touchdown run versus the Trojans was the longest of his career ... In his last collegiate game, a win at Arkansas State, Hines completed 23 of 37 passes for 306 yards and a touchdown ... It was Hines' second career 300-yard passing game.

2002: Played in 11 total games and started 10 times ... Did not play at New Mexico State due to a pulled groin ... Started at wide receiver in his very first Division I game against Alabama ... Completed 16 of 24 passes for 165 yards against the Tide, while rushing for 49 yards to capture the team Offensive MVP honors ... Had 63 yards rushing at No. 4 Tennessee, then followed that up with a career-best 76 yards rushing against Arkansas State ... Threw his first touchdown pass at Kentucky to Tyrone Calico and finished the game 10-for-19 for 202 yards ... Completed 17 of 24 passes for a career-high 347 yards and one touchdown in the win over Louisiana-Lafayette ... Also rushed for 75 yards against the Ragin' Cajuns ... Completed 20 of 27 passes for 133 yards against SEMO ... Registered 239 yards passing and a personal-best three touchdowns in a win over Louisiana-Monroe ... In the season finale against Utah State, Hines registered his career long touchdown pass with a 63-yard strike to Don Calloway, then notched his career long pass with a 69-yarder to Dwone Hicks ... His 486 yards rushing went down as the most by a Blue Raider quarterback since Marvin Collier notched 594 yards on the ground in 1985 ... Had a pass efficiency rating of 121.42.

2001: Took a redshirt year, but gained a great amount of experience by traveling to each game and signaling in plays.

SW Miss. CC: Named to Mississippi JUCO All-Star team in 2000 ... Was 101 for 158 (64 percent) in the passing department for 1,319 yards ... Also tossed 15 touchdowns and only four interceptions ... Played for former Middle Tennessee assistant coach Dom Green at Southwest Mississippi CC ... Wore jersey number 9.

High School: Played for coach George Spencer at Riverdale High School ... Led team to 13-1 record as a senior and a berth in the semifinals of the state playoffs ... Was a four-year starter ... Named all-State, all-County and all-Region as a senior ... Set a state record with five touchdowns in a state playoff game.

Personal: Parents: Robert and Dorthy Hines ... Born: 12/10/80 ... Major: Physical Education.

2001 Game-by-Game Stats
2002 Game-by-Game Stats
2003 Game-by-Game Stats