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227's YouTube "Chili"-SHAQ vs. Ben Roethlisberger (NFL-Pittsburgh Steelers) on ABC!!! - Ben Roethlisberger From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Ben Roethlisberger Ben Roethlisberger during the Super Bowl XL victory parade in Pittsburgh No. 7 Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Personal information Date of birth: March 2, 1982 (1982-03-02) (age 27) Place of birth: Lima, Ohio Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) Weight: 241 lb (109 kg) Career information College: Miami University (Ohio) NFL Draft: 2004 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11 Debuted in 2004 for the Pittsburgh Steelers Career history As player: Pittsburgh Steelers (2004-present) Roster status: Active Career highlights and awards AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (2004) Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year (2004) 2× Super Bowl champion (XL, XLIII) Pro Bowl selection (2007) "Joe Greene Great Performance Award" (2004) #7 Retired (Miami University Redhawks) Other Records and Awards Career NFL statistics as of 2008 TD-INT 101-69 Passing yards 14,974 QB Rating 89.4 Stats at NFL.com Benjamin Todd "Ben" Roethlisberger (born March 2, 1982, in Lima, Ohio), nicknamed Big Ben, is an American football quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Steelers 11th overall in the 2004 NFL Draft. He played college football at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Roethlisberger earned the AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2004. He became the youngest Super Bowl–winning quarterback in NFL history, helping lead the Steelers, in
his second professional season, to a 21-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL at the age of 23. He was named to his first Pro Bowl in 2007. Roethlisberger led the Steelers to a second Super Bowl title in four seasons as they defeated the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII, 27-23, after he made a game-winning touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes in the final 35 seconds. Roethlisberger currently ranks seventh all-time in NFL passer rating (89.4) and yards per attempt (7.86) among quarterbacks with a minimum of 1500 career attempts. Known for playing outside the quarterback pocket in what he calls "backyard football", Roethlisberger is often compared to his childhood idol, former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway, due to the similar styles and fourth-quarter comebacks. Roethlisberger, who also grew up idolizing Joe Montana, wears number 7 in Elway's honor. Contents [hide] 1 Early years 2 College career 2.1 The Draft 3 227's YouTube "Chili"-SHAQ vs. Ben Roethlisberger (NFL-Pittsburgh Steelers) on ABC-Shaq Vs Ben Roethlisberger - Episode 1 PART 1 - Shaq tests his athletic powers against NFL player
Professional career 3.1 2004 season 3.2 2005 Super Bowl season 3.3 2006 season 3.4 2007 season 3.5 2008 Super Bowl season 3.5.1 Season recap 3.6 Career statistics 3.6.1 Regular season 3.6.2 Playoffs 3.6.3 Starting record vs. other teams 3.6.4 Comebacks/Game-Winning Drives in the Fourth Quarter/Overtime 3.6.5 Ranks among Steelers quarterbacks 4 Off-field headlines 4.1 Motorcycle accident 4.2 Sexual assault allegation 5 Records 5.1 Miami RedHawks records 5.2 NFL records 5.3 Pittsburgh Steelers franchise records 5.3.1 Career Records 5.3.2 Season records 5.3.3 Single-game records 5.3.4 Rookie records (achieved during 2004 season) 5.3.5 Postseason records 6 Ben Roethlisberger Foundation 7 Trivia 8 References 9 References 10 External links  Early years Roethlisberger resided in Van Wert, Ohio until the age of eight. At Findlay High School, in Findlay, Ohio, he played on the football, basketball, and baseball teams. Roethlisberger did not play quarterback until his senior year, giving way to the coach's son, Ryan Hite. Instead, he played wide receiver because coach Cliff Hite explained to the Toledo Blade, "My son throwing to Ben was a better combination."  Ryan Hite was named Great Lakes League
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Offensive Back of the year, and Roethlisberger received a special mention all-Ohio player as a receiver. They led the Trojans to the team's first league title in 15 years. Roethlisberger threw for 4,041 yards, 54 touchdowns and seven interceptions in his one season as quarterback at Findlay. The younger Hite threw for 1,732 yards, 14 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in the year preceding Roethlisberger's quarterbacking debut. Hite told the Toledo Blade, regarding the decision to start his son at quarterback over Roethlisberger: "I'm a nationally known knucklehead."  As for Roethlisberger, he has remained magnanimous. He told a reporter for the Findlay Courier at the NFL Combine just prior to starting his NFL career, "I'm up here now. So no, there's not too many regrets."   College career Ben Roethlisberger's number being retired before the 2007 Miami-BGSU game. Also pictured Bob Hitchens (far left) and John Pont (2nd from the left)In an ironic twist, Roethslisberger played college quarterback at Division I Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, while Ryan Hite played college wide receiver at Division III Denison. At Miami, Roethlisberger got a chance to start as a redshirt freshman and started three years of Division I college football after starting just one year as a high-school quarterback.  Roethlisberger holds every major passing record at the school
and a number of passing records in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) despite playing just three years before joining the NFL. As a redshirt freshman, Roethlisberger threw for over 3,100 yards. In 2002, he threw more than 3,200 yards, and in 2003, he threw more than 4,400 yards. In 2003, Roethlisberger led the Miami RedHawks to an unbeaten record in the MAC, a no. 10 ranking in the Associated Press poll and a 49-28 victory over Louisville in the 2003 GMAC Bowl.  His number was retired by the RedHawks in 91st annual homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007, with festivities including the RedHawks football game against Bowling Green; Roethlisberger becoming only the third athlete in Miami football history to have his jersey number retired, joining luminaries John Pont and Bob Hitchens. It was the first time in 34 years Miami retired a football jersey number.  College Football Statistics 2001: 241/381 (63.3%) for 3105 yards and 21 TD vs. 2 INT. 120 carries for 189 yards and 3 TD. 2002: 271/428 (63.3%) for 3238 yards and 22 TD vs. 11 INT. 82 carries for 54 yards and 1 TD. 2003: 342/495 (69.1%) for 4486 yards and 37 TD vs. 10 INT. 67 carries for 111 yards and 3 TD.  The Draft The success of the 2003 Miami
Redhawks led to the expectation that Roethlisberger would be drafted early in the draft. During the GMAC Bowl, commentators discussed some of his skills that would translate to success in the NFL. At the combine, Roethlisberger scored a 25 on the Wonderlic. Roethlisberger was one of the players invited to attend the draft along with others in the "Green Room" and was featured on the show "Hey Rookie Welcome to the NFL."  Professional career Roethlisberger takes a snap against the Bengals in 2006.Roethlisberger was selected 11th overall in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. On August 4, 2004, Roethlisberger signed a six-year contract worth $22.26 million in salaries and bonuses, with an additional $17.73 million available via incentives. He was touted by then Steelers coach Bill Cowher in a press conference as a franchise quarterback. On March 4, 2008, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Roethlisberger agreed to an eight-year, $102 million contract.  Roethlisberger had two years left on his original that he signed after the draft. He has stated that he wants to retire as a Steeler.  2004 season Roethlisberger did not immediately step in as the starting quarterback for the Steelers. He was the no. 3 QB behind Tommy Maddox and Charlie Batch. When Batch was injured in the preseason, however, Roethlisberger moved up to no. 2. Maddox started, and won, the season opener against the Raiders and started versus the Ravens. But after an ineffective outing and third-quarter injury, Roethlisberger stepped in for his first NFL action. Despite spurring a mild comeback, the Steelers were down too much to win the game. Maddox's injury changed the Steelers' original plan for Roethlisberger, which was for him to sit on the bench or play very sparingly during the first season or two in order to learn the team's system. Instead, he was starting the third game of the season. As a rookie, he went 13–0 in the regular season (14-1 including playoffs) as a starting quarterback, helping the Steelers become the first AFC team to have 15 wins (2-1 under Maddox [first two and last game], 13-0 under Roethlisberger) in a single season, surpassing former Steeler Mike Kruczek for the record for the best start by a rookie (6–0) and exceeding the mark for total wins as a rookie, set by Chris Chandler and Joe Ferguson. On January 5, 2005, Roethlisberger was unanimously selected as the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press, the first quarterback in 34 years to be so honored. One of Roethlisberger's biggest games was when he led the Steelers to a 34-20 victory over the defending Super Bowl champion and previously undefeated New England Patriots, ending their NFL-record 21-game winning streak. He completed 18 of his 24 pass attempts for 196 yards, two TDs and no turnovers. The week after that game, the Steelers defeated the also previously undefeated Philadelphia Eagles 27-3. Roethlisberger was 11 of 18 for 183 yards, with two TDs and one interception. In his first nationally-televised game on Sunday Night Football, he led the Steelers to a 17-16 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was near perfect on the night, completing 14 of 17 passes for 226 yards and two TDs. A spike to stop the clock on the game-winning field-goal drive he led was the only thing preventing him from a perfect quarterback rating on the night. Jeff Reed's 37-yard field goal in the final minute gave the Steelers and Roethlisberger their tenth straight win. Two weeks later, Roethlisberger faced off against the New York Giants and the no. 1 overall pick of the 2004 draft, Eli Manning. Roethlisberger outshined the QB that went 10 spots ahead of him in the draft, posting his first career 300-yard passing game. He completed 18 of 28 passes for 316 yards and a TD. He led his fifth game-winning drive of the season, capping a drive with a Jerome Bettis TD run for a 33-30 victory. Eli Manning threw an interception to seal the game for Pittsburgh. In the divisional playoffs against the New York Jets, Roethlisberger threw two interceptions. One interception was returned for a touchdown, and the other was thrown with 2:03 left in the fourth quarter, which set up a potential game-winning field goal by Jets kicker Doug Brien. Brien missed the kick as time expired (his second missed kick in the last two minutes of the game), forcing the game into overtime. In overtime, Roethlisberger led the Steelers down the field and put them in position for the game-winning field goal, a 33-yard attempt that was made by Jeff Reed, sending the Steelers into the AFC Championship for the fourth time in 10 years. On January 23, 2005 in the AFC Championship Game in Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger completed 14 of 24 pass attempts for 226 yards and two TDs, but he also threw three costly interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown by Rodney Harrison. The Steelers lost the game to the eventual Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots, by a score of 41-27.  2005 Super Bowl season Roethlisberger signs autographs at Super Bowl XL media day.After losing the 2005 AFC Championship Game, Roethlisberger convinced veteran running back Jerome Bettis to delay retirement, with a tearful promise to him that he would get Bettis to his first Super Bowl. He lived up to his promise. In the 2005 season, Roethlisberger led the Steelers on an improbable run, winning three straight playoff games on the road to put Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XL. The Steelers won, defeating the Seattle Seahawks 21–10. What made the run remarkable was that the Steelers began the postseason as the sixth seed in the AFC. Since the NFL's current playoff format began, no sixth seed had even made it to a conference championship game, let alone the Super Bowl. In the 2005 regular season, the Steelers finished 11-5. After securing an AFC wild card spot en route to victory in the Super Bowl, the Steelers pulled off upsets at Indianapolis and Denver in the AFC playoffs in addition to wins over higher seeds Cincinnati and Seattle. During the course of the regular season, Roethlisberger generally played well when healthy, but missed four games due to various knee injuries. During the regular season, the Steelers were 9-3 with Roethlisberger at quarterback and 2-2 without him. He led the league in Yards Per Attempt with an 8.90, and finished third in passer rating behind Peyton Manning and Carson Palmer with a 98.6. The Super Bowl run began on Sunday, January 8, 2006 as Roethlisberger helped lead the Steelers to a playoff win over the Cincinnati Bengals—an AFC North rival that had beaten the Steelers by seven points in the regular season to win the division championship. The rematch featured two teams with identical records, having split their regular season series since each team won on the road. Early in the game on Carson Palmer's first throw, a tackle by former Steeler Kimo von Oelhoffen resulted in Palmer's anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) being completely torn. The Bengals' backup quarterback, Jon Kitna, came in and led the Bengals to leads of 10-0 and 17-7. However, the 17-7 lead midway through the second quarter would be the last time in the 2005 postseason that the Steelers would trail an opponent by more than three points. After Kitna failed to produce, the Steelers took advantage by taking the next 24 straight points, and the win, in a 31-17 victory in Cincinnati. Their second road win came on Sunday, January 15, 2006. Roethlisberger led the sixth-seeded Steelers against the Indianapolis Colts, the NFL's top team throughout the season and a heavy favorite to represent the AFC in Super Bowl XL. Roethlisberger threw for 197 yards and recorded a game-saving tackle on Colts' defensive back Nick Harper, who had just recovered a Jerome Bettis fumble with less than two minutes left in the game. The tackle saved the season for the Steelers. Pittsburgh led early but had to survive a Colts comeback to win 21-18, after an errant call that the NFL later admitted was a mistake,  which overturned a Troy Polamalu interception that would have secured the game for the Steelers. Roethlisberger's tackle on Harper, dubbed by many as The Tackle II or The Immaculate Redemption, was compared by many to "The Immaculate Reception" in 1972, when Franco Harris made a miraculous reception and scored the game-winning touchdown against the Oakland Raiders. The victory marked the first time in playoff history that a sixth-seeded NFL playoff team defeated the top-seeded team. On January 22, 2006, the Steelers defeated the Broncos 34-17 in Denver to win the AFC Championship and advance to Super Bowl XL. Roethlisberger completed 21 of 29 passes for 275 yards and threw two touchdown passes and scored one TD himself on a four-yard play-action bootleg. His run was the last touchdown of the game, sealing the win for the Steelers. The Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XL 21-10 over the Seattle Seahawks in Detroit on February 5, 2006. Roethlisberger had one of the worst passing games of his career, completing just nine of 21 passes for 123 yards and two interceptions; his passer rating of 22.6 was the lowest in Super Bowl history by a winning quarterback. Though he did convert eight discrete third-down situations in the game to help the Steelers win, none of them was bigger than his 37-yard pass to Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward on a third-and-28 that set up the Steelers' first TD (a one-yard quarterback sneak by Roethlisberger on third and goal). With the victory, Roethlisberger, at 23 years old, became the youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, a record previously held by Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.  2006 season Roethlisberger drops back to pass in a game against the Kansas City Chiefs in 2006.After an off-season motorcycle crash in which he was seriously injured, Roethlisberger missed the opening game of the 2006 season after having an emergency appendectomy on September 3, 2006. Backup Charlie Batch started and led the Steelers to a victory over Miami. Roethlisberger played the following game against Jacksonville on Monday Night Football. His return resulted in a sub-par performance as he threw two interceptions with no touchdowns in a 9-0 loss. In week three, Roethlisberger completed fewer than half of his passes for three interceptions and no touchdowns in a 28-20 loss to the Bengals. The final interception came in the final seconds of the game, in the end zone, ending Pittsburgh's comeback attempt. In a week-five game against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday Night Football, Roethlisberger looked sharp throughout the first half, leading three scoring drives. However, in the second half, he threw two interceptions, both of which shifted momentum away from the Steelers and led to the Chargers' 23-13 win. In week six against the Kansas City Chiefs, Roethlisberger had his first big game of the season, completing 16 of 19 passes for 238 yards with two touchdowns (his first of the year) and no interceptions during a 45-7 rout of the Chiefs. During week seven in Atlanta, Roethlisberger continued his success, going 16 of 22 for 238 yards and three TDs. But during the third quarter, Roethlisberger was helped off the field after suffering a concussion following a controversial hit by Falcons defensive end Patrick Kerney. Roethlisberger was replaced by Charlie Batch, and the Steelers went on to lose 41-38 in overtime. On October 29 against the Oakland Raiders, Roethlisberger threw four interceptions in a 20-13 upset loss. The loss was his fifth of the season—two more than he had in his first two seasons combined as a starter—and gave him a total of 11 INTs, versus just six TDs, on the season. In a week-nine rematch of the 2005 AFC championship game against Denver, Roethlisberger threw a career-high 433 yards but had three of the six Steelers turnovers in a 31-20 loss. Roethlisberger and the Steelers got back on a winning track in a home game a week later against the New Orleans Saints. He passed for 265 yards and three TDs in a 38-31 win. In week 11, Roethlisberger overcame three first-half INTs by throwing for 224 yards and two TDs in the fourth quarter, leading the Steelers to score 21 points and come back to beat the Cleveland Browns 24-20. The following week, Roethlisberger and the Steelers were held scoreless in a 27-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Roethlisberger finished 21 of 41 for 214 yards and two INTs. He was sacked nine times, including once by Ravens linebacker Bart Scott, which sent him to the sidelines briefly. He also fumbled once, which the Ravens returned for a TD in the second half. Roethlisberger bounced back the following game, throwing for 198 yards and two TDs in a 20-3 victory over Tampa Bay. Pittsburgh kept their playoff hopes alive in week 14 with a 27-7 victory against the Browns. Roethlisberger went 11 of 21 for 225 yards with one TD, and rushed for one more. In week 15, Roethlisberger threw for 140 yards and a TD in a 37-3 rout of the Carolina Panthers. The following week, Baltimore eliminated Pittsburgh from the playoffs. In the 31-7 defeat, Roethlisberger was intercepted twice and threw for 156 yards. Roethlisberger ended the season on a good note by defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 23-17 in overtime in what would be Bill Cowher's final game as Steelers coach. He was 19 for 28 passing with 280 yards, one TD, and one INT. In overtime, Roethlisberger completed a slant pass to rookie Santonio Holmes, who went 67 yards for the game-winning TD. This win eliminated the Bengals from playoff contention.  2007 season Due to his sub-par '06–'07 season, many questions surrounded Roethlisberger at the start of the season. In the first game of '07–'08 season, Roethlisberger reached a personal milestone: his first career four-touchdown game. The Steelers defeated the Cleveland Browns 34-7. The four touchdowns went to Hines Ward, Santonio Holmes (a 40-yard strike), Heath Miller, and rookie tight end Matt Spaeth. He followed that up with another solid performance against the Buffalo Bills. Roethlisberger was 21 of 34 passing for 242 yards and a one-yard touchdown pass to Spaeth. He continued his solid season with a decent performance against the 49ers. He was 13 of 20 passing for 160 yards and another touchdown pass to the third TE, Jerame Tuman. In week five, he had a good performance despite having two top wide receivers, Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes, out due to injury. Roethlisberger completed 18 of 22 passes for 206 yards and a touchdown pass to Heath Miller in the first quarter. Roethlisberger wearing a Steelers throwback jersey during their 500th franchise winIn week 9 against the Baltimore Ravens, Roethlisberger threw for a career-high five touchdowns, which tied a team record held by Terry Bradshaw and Mark Malone in a 38-7 victory over the Ravens on Monday Night Football. All five touchdowns were thrown in the first half, making Roethlisberger one of two quarterbacks in the 2007 season (the other being Tom Brady), and only the fifth quarterback since the 1970 merger, to accomplish such a feat. He also posted a perfect 158.3 passer rating in that game. The following Sunday, Roethlisberger continued to shine when he erased a 15-point deficit against the Browns. With the Steelers trailing 21-16 in the fourth quarter and facing a third-and-10 from the Cleveland 30-yard line, Roethlisberger scrambled up the middle of the field for a 30-yard TD run (the longest run of his career at that point). He then completed a two-point conversion pass to Hines Ward. After the Browns returned the ensuing kickoff for a TD, Roethlisberger again had to drive the offense with a four-point deficit. This time he made three crucial plays on third down: an 18-yard pass to Santonio Holmes on third-and-six, a 20-yard pass to Heath Miller on a third-and-18, and a 10-yard scramble on third-and-nine. Roethlisberger capped off the drive with a short TD pass to Heath Miller, which proved to be the game winner. In week 12, Roethlisberger set a Steelers record, completing 85.7% of his passes (18 of 21) as the Steelers beat the Miami Dolphins 3-0, a feat made all the more remarkable given the weather conditions. Pittsburgh was hit with a torrential storm, delaying the game 30 minutes due to lightning, while turning the new sod on the field, laid earlier that week, into a soggy mess. In many parts of the field, players sunk several inches with each step. During the week 15 game versus the Jacksonville Jaguars, Roethlisberger threw his 29th TD pass of the season, to Nate Washington, breaking the team single-season TD pass record previously held by Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw. During week 16 in St. Louis against the Rams, Roethlisberger posted his second perfect passer rating (158.3) of the season. He was 16 of 20 for 261 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions. It was his third career 158.3 rating game, tying Peyton Manning for the most such regular-season games in NFL history. He also became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw two perfect games in a single regular season. To cap his comeback season, Roethlisberger was named to his first Pro Bowl, joining five other Steelers teammates on the AFC squad. Roethlisberger's 32 touchdown passes ranked third in the NFL, behind Tony Romo and Tom Brady, while his 104.1 passer rating was second only to Brady. On five different occasions during the season, Roethlisberger led the team back from a double-digit deficit to a lead or tie in the fourth quarter. However, the Steelers would lose four of those five games as the defense in the end could not hold off Denver, New York and Jacksonville (twice), respectively. Roethlisberger also set a new Steelers single-season record with 32 touchdown passes in the 2007 season. In a rematch of the week 15 contest, the Steelers hosted the Jaguars in the AFC Wild Card game on January 5, 2008. With the injury to Willie Parker, the Steelers could never mount a rushing attack; Roethlisberger struggled a great deal in the first half, throwing three interceptions (one being returned for a TD by Rashean Mathis) as the Steelers trailed at the half by a score of 21-7. He pulled himself together and went 17 of 23 for 263 yards and two TDs in the second half alone. The Steelers were trailing 28-10 as the fourth quarter began. When facing a fourth-and-12 at the Jaguar 37, Roethlisberger threw a quick pass against the blitz to Santonio Holmes, who broke one tackle and scored a TD to pull within 11. The Steelers scored two TDs on their next two possessions to take a 29-28 lead, but failed on both attempts at a two-point conversion. That would be costly, as David Garrard would later scramble 32 yards on a fourth-and-two to set up the winning field goal. Jacksonville finally won the game 31-29 after Roethlisberger was sacked for the sixth time that night and fumbled with a drive that started under the 0:30 mark. Having been sacked 47 times (second most in the NFL), it was speculated that Roethlisberger's performances could have been even better given improved protection. He often showed great skill outside the pocket, as well as being among the top rushing quarterbacks. While the team did not go as far as they would have liked, it was a successful comeback season for Roethlisberger. He finished third in Comeback Player of the Year, behind the Patriots' Randy Moss and the Dallas Cowboys' Greg Ellis, who won the award. In his first Pro Bowl, Roethlisberger played three series in the second quarter, going five of nine for 42 yards and one TD, and he led the AFC team in rushing with an 18-yard scramble. The NFC won the game 42-30.  2008 Super Bowl season  Season recap Week 1 vs. Houston Texans (W 38-17): Completed 13 of 14 passes for a career-high 92.9 completion percentage (min. 10 attempts), and finished with 137 yards passing and two TD passes. Byron Leftwich took over in the fourth quarter when Roethlisberger was on the sideline with a shoulder injury. Week 2 at Cleveland Browns (W 10-6): Leading the Steelers to their 10th straight win over the Browns on a windy, rainy night in Cleveland, Roethlisberger completed 13 of 20 passes for 179 yards and a TD pass to Hines Ward. He also had the first pass reception of his career, a negative-seven yard completion to himself after a deflected pass in the 2nd quarter. . Week 3 at Philadelphia Eagles (L 15-6): Behind a relentless pass rush by Philadelphia, Roethlisberger was sacked eight times, fumbled twice, threw one interception, and was called for a safety in the fourth quarter. He did not finish the game, as his throwing hand was injured. Week 4 vs. Baltimore Ravens (W 23-20 OT): On Monday Night Football against a division rival, the Steelers trailed 13-3 at halftime. Roethlisberger threw a TD pass to Santonio Holmes in the third quarter to start a comeback. He completed two passes Mewelde Moore for 31 yards in overtime, setting up Jeff Reed for the winning 46-yard field goal. Week 5 at Jacksonville Jaguars (W 26-21): On Sunday Night Football, completed 26 of 41 passes for 309 yards and three TDs. His 239 yards passing in the first half was a career high. After falling behind 21-20 in the fourth quarter, Roethlisberger directed the game-winning drive, passing for an eight-yard TD to Hines Ward to put the Steelers ahead.  Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance. The performance also led him to be selected as the FedEx Air Player of the Week. Week 7 at Cincinnati Bengals (W 38-10): Off the bye, Roethlisberger passed for 216 yards and two touchdowns. It was the Steelers' eighth straight win in Cincinnati, and Roethlisberger was the quarterback for six of those games (it was his overall 11th win in 11 games in the state of Ohio).. Week 8 vs. New York Giants (L 21-14): Against the defending champions, Roethlisberger was sacked five times and threw one touchdown and four interceptions, ending the game with a Steelers loss. Week 9 at Washington Redskins (W 23-6): On Monday Night Football, Roethlisberger had one of the worst performances of his career, posting career lows in passer rating (15.1), completions (5), passing yards (50), yards per attempt (2.94) and completion percentage (29.4%). Overall, he was five of 17 for 50 yards, an interception, three sacks. Before halftime, Roethlisberger re-injured his throwing shoulder in the game when he rushed for a one-yard TD that put the Steelers up 10-6. He never returned in the second half. Byron Leftwich and the defense took the Steelers to a 23-6 victory. Week 10 vs. Indianapolis Colts (L 24-20): Despite missing practice until Friday with the sore shoulder, Roethlisberger started. The Steelers led 17-7 in the second quarter before a costly interception late in the half, which the Colts used to score a touchdown. The game was tied at 17 in the fourth quarter when Roethlisberger led a field-goal drive. But on the next drive he was intercepted, which set up Peyton Manning for the game-winning TD pass. Roethlisberger was intercepted a third time on a Hail Mary attempt in the end zone on the game's final play. Overall, Roethlisberger completed 29 passes for 280 yards, no TDs, and three INTs. After the game, Roethlisberger was quoted as saying, "You'll never hear me say 'I' anything, but I lost this game."  Week 11 vs. San Diego Chargers (W 11-10): Roethlisberger completed 31 of 41 passes for 308 yards and no interceptions. He led his third game-winning drive of the season (16th of his career) as Jeff Reed's 32-yard field goal connected with 0:11 left. It was the first 11-10 game in NFL history. Week 12 vs. Cincinnati Bengals (W 27-10): Four days later, on Thursday Night Football, Roethlisberger threw for 243 yards and one TD and rushed for his second TD of the season. Week 13 at New England Patriots (W 33-10): In consistent rain, Roethlisberger completed 17 of 33 passes for 179 yards, two TDs, and one INT. After falling behind 10-3 in the second quarter, Roethlisberger and the fierce Steelers' defense led the Steelers to 30 unanswered points in a 33-10 victory. Week 14 vs. Dallas Cowboys (W 20-13): Steelers trailed 13-3 in the fourth quarter before tying the game on Roethlisberger's six-yard TD pass to Heath Miller. The Steelers won 20-13 after Deshea Townsend intercepted a Tony Romo pass for a TD. Roethlisberger passed for 204 yards and one TD, and he lost a fumble. It was Roethlisberger's 49th victory as a starting QB, breaking the record for the most ever by a QB in their first five NFL seasons. Week 15 at Baltimore Ravens (W 13-9): Steelers trailed 9-3 in the 4th quarter. After a FG to make it 9-6, the Steelers took over with 3:38 remaining. Roethlisberger led a 92-yard, game-winning TD drive, culminating in a four-yard TD pass to Santonio Holmes for the 13-9 victory. The TD was confirmed by instant replay from a booth review. It was Roethlisberger's 50th victory as a starter and fifth game-winning/tying drive in the fourth quarter/OT of the season, and it clinched the second straight AFC North title for the Steelers. Roethlisberger threw for 246 yards and rushed for 21 more in the game. He completed seven passes for 89 yards on the winning drive. Week 16 at Tennessee Titans (L 31-14): After falling behind 10-0, Roethlisberger threw two TD passes to take a 14-10 lead in the third quarter. Later, an interception ended a streak of 131 passes without an interception, the longest of his career. After 14 unanswered by the Titans, Roethlisberger threw a second interception, which was returned for an 83-yard TD in the final minute. The Steelers' loss clinched the no. 2 seed. Roethlisberger completed 25 of 39 passes for 329 yards, two TDs, two INTs, and four fumbles (lost two). Week 17 vs. Cleveland Browns (W 31-0): Roethlisberger suffered simultaneous hard hits from Willie McGinest and D'Qwell Jackson just after the two-minute warning in the first half. He laid on the field for roughly 15 minutes before being carted off on a stretcher and taken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. He was diagnosed with a mild concussion, but practiced during the week leading up to the playoff opener. AFC Divisional Round vs. San Diego Chargers (W 35-24): Roethlisberger shook off past demons of returning from injury to lead the Steelers to a 35-24 victory against the Chargers. After a late TD drive to close the first half with a 14-10 lead, Roethlisberger converted three third-and-long passes on a 7:56 TD drive to start the second half, putting the Steelers up by double-digits for the rest of the game. He completed 17 of 26 passes for 181 yards and a TD while being sacked just once, with no turnovers. After the game, it was revealed that his injury suffered against Cleveland in week 17 was a spinal-cord concussion. AFC Championship vs. Baltimore Ravens (W 23-14): Roethlisberger threw for 255 yards, one TD no turnovers to help the Steelers beat Baltimore for the third time in the '08–'09 season and return to the Super Bowl. It was Roethlisberger's seventh playoff win in his first five seasons, moving him past Troy Aikman for second most all-time (first is Tom Brady with nine). Super Bowl 43 vs. Arizona Cardinals (W 27-23): Wanting to atone for his performance in Super Bowl XL, Roethlisberger led the Steelers to one of the more dramatic victories in Super Bowl history. On the first two offensive drives, Roethlisberger passed for 122 yards on seven of eight passing attempts, which is one yard shy of his total amount from his first Super Bowl start. The Steelers led 10-0 and went into halftime up 17-7. The lead grew to 20-7 before Arizona mounted a comeback. Trailing for the first time in the game, 23-20, with 2:30 remaining in the game, Roethlisberger took the field to start the winning drive. After a holding penalty on the first play, Roethlisberger marched the Steelers 88 yards in eight plays, hooking up with game MVP Santonio Holmes four times for 73 yards on the drive, including the six-yard TD pass that put the Steelers ahead with 0:35 remaining. Overall, Roethlisberger finished 21 of 30 for 256 yards, one TD, and one INT. He had a passer rating of 93.2.  Career statistics  Regular season Regular Season Passing Rushing Receiving Defensive Punting Fumbles Season Team Games Att Comp Pct Yds YPA Lg TD Int Rating Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Total Tkl Ast No Yds Lg Avg Fum Lost Rec 2004 Pittsburgh 14 295 196 66.4% 2621 8.9 58 17 11 98.1 56 144 2.6 20 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2 2 0 2005 Pittsburgh 12 268 168 62.7% 2385 8.9 85 17 9 98.6 31 69 2.2 13 3 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1.0 0 2 72 39 36.0 2 1 1 2006 Pittsburgh 15 469 280 59.7% 3513 7.5 67 18 23 75.4 32 98 3.1 20 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 5 2 0 2007 Pittsburgh 15 404 264 65.3% 3154 7.8 83 32 11 104.1 35 204 5.8 30 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 9 3 4 2008 Pittsburgh 16 469 281 59.9% 3301 7.0 65 17 15 80.1 34 101 3.0 17 2 1 -7 -7.0 -7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 14 7 2 Total 5 seasons 72 1,905 1,189 62.4 14,974 7.9 85 101 69 89.4 188 616 3.3 30 10 1 -7 -7.0 -7 0 4 4.0 0 2 72 39 36.0 32 15 7  Playoffs Playoffs Passing Rushing Receiving Defensive Punting Fumbles Season Team Games Att Comp Pct Yds YPA Lg TD Int Rating Att Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Total Tkl Ast No Yds Lg Avg Fum Lost Rec 2004 Pittsburgh 2 54 31 57.4% 407 7.54 34 3 5 61.3 9 75 8.3 20 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 2005 Pittsburgh 4 93 58 62.3% 803 8.63 54 7 3 101.7 19 37 1.9 10 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2007 Pittsburgh 1 42 29 69.0% 337 8.02 40 2 3 79.2 4 13 3.3 6 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1 1 0 2008 Pittsburgh 3 89 54 60.7% 692 7.78 65 3 1 91.6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 25 25 25.0 0 0 0 Total 4 seasons 10 278 172 61.9% 2239 8.05 65 15 12 87.2 38 125 3.3 20 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1 0.0 1 25 25 25.0 2 1 0  Starting record vs. other teams How the Steelers have done in regular season and playoff games that Roethlisberger has started.1 Team Wins Losses Playoff Wins Playoff Losses 1 Arizona Cardinals 0 1 1 0 2 Atlanta Falcons 0 1 0 0 3 Baltimore Ravens 5 2 1 0 4 Buffalo Bills 1 0 0 0 5 Carolina Panthers 1 0 0 0 6 Chicago Bears 1 0 0 0 7 Cincinnati Bengals 8 2 1 0 8 Cleveland Browns 9 0 0 0 9 Dallas Cowboys 2 0 0 0 10 Denver Broncos 0 2 1 0 11 Detroit Lions 1 0 0 0 12 Green Bay Packers - - 0 0 13 Houston Texans 2 0 0 0 14 Indianapolis Colts 0 2 1 0 15 Jacksonville Jaguars 2 2 0 1 16 Kansas City Chiefs 1 0 0 0 17 Miami Dolphins 2 0 0 0 18 Minnesota Vikings 1 0 0 0 19 New England Patriots 2 2 0 1 20 New Orleans Saints 1 0 0 0 21 New York Giants 1 1 0 0 22 New York Jets 1 1 1 0 23 Oakland Raiders 0 1 0 0 24 Philadelphia Eagles 1 1 0 0 25 St. Louis Rams 1 0 0 0 26 San Diego Chargers 2 1 1 0 27 San Francisco 49ers 1 0 0 0 28 Seattle Seahawks 1 0 1 0 29 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 30 Tennessee Titans 1 1 0 0 31 Washington Redskins 2 0 0 0 Totals 51 20 8 2 1 Updated through 2008 season  Comebacks/Game-Winning Drives in the Fourth Quarter/Overtime Victories which Roethlisberger rallied the team from a fourth-quarter/OT deficit or tie (15 are comebacks): No. Date Opponent Down Go-Ahead Score Scoring Drive(s) Stats Drive Started Clock at End Final Score 1 10/3/2004 Cincinnati Bengals 14-17 J. Bettis 1 yd TD run 3/4, 23 yards 0:44 (3rd QT) 9:06 28-17 2 10/17/2004 @Dallas Cowboys 10-20 J.Bettis 2 yd TD run 9/9, 72 yards, TD (2 drives) 2:20 0:30 24-20 3 12/5/2004 @Jacksonville Jaguars 14-16 Reed 37 yd FG 3/4, 40 yards 1:50 0:18 17-16 4 12/12/2004 New York Jets 3-3 (tie) J.Bettis 10 yd TD pass to J.Tuman 2/2, 47 yards 2:30 (3rd QT) 12:51 (4th QT) 17-6 5 12/18/2004 @New York Giants 26-30 J.Bettis 1 yd TD run 6/7, 109 yards (2 drives) 8:10 4:57 33-30 6 1/15/2005 New York Jets (AFC Divisional) 10-17 Reed 33 yd FG 6/8, 52 yards, TD (2 drives) 12:15 (OT) 3:56 20-17 OT 7 10/10/2005 @San Diego Chargers 21-22 Reed 40 yd FG 6/6, 81 yards, TD (2 drives) 4:36 0:06 24-22 8 10/31/2005 Baltimore Ravens 17-19 Reed 37 yd FG 2/2, 37 yards 3:14 1:36 20-19 9 11/12/2006 New Orleans Saints 24-24 (tie) W.Parker 3 yd TD run 1 sack, minus-8 yards 3:29 (3rd QT) 14:55 (4th QT) 38-31 10 11/19/2006 @Cleveland Browns 10-20 Roethlisberger 4 yd TD pass to W.Parker 18/28, 224 yards, 2 TDs, 13 rush yds (3 drives) 3:06 0:32 24-20 11 12/31/2006 @Cincinnati Bengals 7-10 Roethlisberger 67 yd TD pass to S.Holmes 7/10, 182 yards, TD, 6 rush yds (3 drives) 14:55 (OT) 13:38 23-17 OT 12 11/11/2007 Cleveland Browns 24-28 Roethlisberger 2 yd TD pass to H.Miller 7/9, 99 yards, TD, 40 rush yards, TD, 2pt conv. pass (2 drives) 11:10 3:13 31-28 13 11/26/2007 Miami Dolphins 0-0 (tie) Reed 24 yd FG 4/5, 44 yards 4:13 0:17 3-0 14 09/29/2008 Baltimore Ravens 20-20 (tie) Reed 46 yd FG 2/3, 31 yards 12:51 (OT) 9:01 23-20 OT 15 10/05/2008 @Jacksonville Jaguars 20-21 Roethlisberger 8 yd TD pass to H.Ward 6/8, 61 yards, TD 6:33 1:53 26-21 16 11/16/2008 San Diego Chargers 8-10 Reed 32 yd FG 6/6, 62 yards 6:31 0:11 11-10 17 12/07/2008 Dallas Cowboys 3-13 D.Townsend 25 yd Interception return 5/7, 63 yards, TD, 10 rush yds (2 drives) 5:10 2:04 20-13 18 12/14/2008 @Baltimore Ravens 6-9 Roethlisberger 4 yd TD pass to S.Holmes 10/17, 130 yards, TD (2 drives) 3:36 0:43 13-9 19 2/1/2009 Arizona Cardinals (Super Bowl XLIII) 20-23 Roethlisberger 6 yd TD pass to S.Holmes 5/7, 84 yards, TD, 4 rush yds 2:30 0:35 27-23  Ranks among Steelers quarterbacks In just five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Roethlisberger has become the second most prolific quarterback in franchise history, behind Pro Football Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw. As of 2008, sports broadcasters in the Pittsburgh region have been praising Roethlisberger as "the second coming of John Elway" due to his late clutch game-winning drives and the repeated sacks he has taken through out his career, similar to Elway's career. For a list of Roethlisberger's rankings in the Steelers record books, see here.  [1st] Passer Rating - 89.4 [1st] Completion % - 62.4% [1st] Yards Per Attempt - 7.86 [1st] 300+ Yard Passing Games - 7 [1st] 3000 Yard Passing Seasons - 3 [2nd] Passing TDs - 101 [2nd] Passing Yards - 14,974 [2nd] Wins as a Starting QB - 51 [2nd] Games w/Passer Rating over 100.0 (min. 10 attempts, regular season only*) - 29 [3rd] Pass Completions - 1,189 [3rd] Pass Attempts - 1,905 [5th] Interceptions - 69 (*Terry Bradshaw - 35)  Off-field headlines  Motorcycle accident Wikinews has related news: Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Roethlisberger hospitalized after motorcycle accident On Monday, June 12, 2006, at 11:17 a.m. EDT (UTC-4), Roethlisberger was involved in a motorcycle accident near the intersection of 10th Street and Second Avenue near downtown Pittsburgh, in which he was not wearing his helmet. KDKA-TV of Pittsburgh has reported that Roethlisberger did not have a valid Pennsylvania motorcycle license at the time of the accident, only a temporary permit that he had obtained after moving to Pittsburgh. According to KDKA, his permit had expired in March. Roethlisberger was traveling east on Second Avenue when a Chrysler New Yorker made a left turn in front of the motorcycle and onto the South Tenth Street Bridge when the accident occurred. According to an eyewitness, Roethlisberger went over the handlebars of his bike, a 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa, shattering the windshield of the car with his head. The eyewitness reports claimed Roethlisberger tried to get up but was bleeding from the head. Reports from the scene and news media indicated that the accident was serious but "not life- or career-threatening," though Roethlisberger would later relate in interviews that paramedics on the scene stopped the bleeding in his throat just in time to save his life. After the accident, the shift commander for the Allegheny County emergency service described Roethlisberger as "alert and conscious." He was transported to Mercy Hospital and was described as being in "serious but stable" condition in the operating room. Police sources have indicated that Roethlisberger suffered fractures to the jaw and right sinus cavity, as well as a nine-inch laceration to the back of the head, the loss of two teeth, and several chipped teeth. His facial injuries were severe enough that witnesses on the scene did not immediately recognize him, even after he identified himself as "Ben." Upon arriving at Mercy Hospital, he went immediately into surgery, where he remained for more than seven hours. The broken bones in his face were repaired. The subsequent news conference with the Mercy Hospital staff was brief but confirmed early reports that the most serious injuries were to the head and face. There was no neck, spinal, or brain damage found. After surgery, at approximately noon on June 13, 2006, Roethlisberger was upgraded to fair condition.  The most serious injuries to Roethlisberger were a broken upper and lower jaw and a broken nose. Roethlisberger was expected to make a full recovery in time for the opening game of the season. In the wake of Kellen Winslow II's crashing of his motorcycle in May 2005, Roethlisberger had been criticized by various NFL members and the media for not wearing a helmet while riding. Even Roethlisberger's coach, Bill Cowher, lectured him about motorcycle safety. Former Steeler Terry Bradshaw warned Roethlisberger personally when he visited the Steelers' training camp at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and on television, saying, "Ride it when you retire." In a segment put together by ESPN following Winslow's accident, Roethlisberger had said he didn't wear a helmet because it was not required by law, adding, "You're just more free when you're out there and there's no helmet on." Transcripts of the interview recall Roethlisberger telling Suzy Kolber that he only rides a Harley, or his chopper with friends, not a sport bike (like the one Winslow was on). He also claimed to have his license. Both statements have been proven false since the accident. Roethlisberger was released from the hospital at 11:46 PM on June 14, 2006. The next day, he released a statement apologizing for concerning friends, family, all his fans, and the Steelers organization, and in which he also stated, "If I ever ride again, it certainly will be with a helmet." On June 19, the Pittsburgh police announced that Roethlisberger would be cited for failure to wear a helmet and failure to operate in his license class. Wearing a helmet is optional in Pennsylvania only for operators who currently possess and have had a motorcycle license for at least two years. The driver of the car was cited for failure to yield the right of way. Roethlisberger gave his first television interview after the accident on July 13, with ABC's Good Morning America. He said he was told by responding paramedics that he ruptured a major blood vessel in his mouth and was minutes away from dying. Despite the seriousness of the accident, his recovery went so well that he started the first three Steelers 2006 preseason games.  Sexual assault allegation On July 17, 2009, a lawsuit was filed in Washoe County, Nevada District Court accusing Roethlisberger of sexually assaulting Andrea McNulty, 31, in June 2008 in his hotel room while he was in Lake Tahoe for a celebrity golf tournament. Roethlisberger is one of nine defendants listed in the docket report. McNulty did not file a criminal complaint and no physical evidence was collected. Roethlisberger's attorney denied the claim. The suit seeks at least $440,000 in damages from the quarterback and also alleges hotel officials for Harrah's Lake Tahoe went to great lengths to cover up the incident. The woman is seeking $50,000 in damages from the Harrah's officials. According to the woman, she was working as an executive casino host in July 2008, when she said Roethlisberger struck up a friendly conversation at her desk during the golf tournament, the next night she said Roethlisberger telephoned her to tell her that the television sound system in his room wasn't working and asked her to look at it. The woman said she determined that the TV was functioning properly, but as she turned to leave he stood in front of the door and blocked her, then grabbed her and started to kiss her. According to the lawsuit, the woman required hospitalization for treatment for depression after the alleged attack. In an affidavit obtained by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, on August 8, 2009 states that the alleged victim Andrea McNulty allegedly bragged to a co-worker, Angela Antonetti, about having consensual sex with Roethlisberger. In a sworn statement, the woman said McNulty did not appear to be upset about the incident. Antonetti went on to say McNulty expressed the possibility of being pregnant and she was hoping for "a little Roethlisberger." Moreover, Antonetti said, the woman asked her to travel to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in August 2008 for a Steelers' game and to try to "run into" Roethlisberger. Antonetti told her that she shouldn't try to chase Roethlisberger. Antonetti said she was "absolutely shocked" on July 21 when she heard on the radio that the woman had claimed Roethlisberger had assaulted her "because I knew [her] allegation ....was false. Because I knew that [her] lawsuit and false allegations would unfairly and unjustly hurt Roethlisberger, I wanted to set the story straight," she said in the affidavit, part of a motion filed by two other defendants to move the case from Washoe County to Douglas County. In an e-mail response to a request for comment, Roethlisberger's lawyer, William David Cornwall said: "We will let our filing speak for itself. Unfortunately, as all of our communications with Ben are confidential, it is not appropriate discuss them in any manner."  Records  Miami RedHawks records (Miami University is in Oxford, Ohio, and all records are from the 2008 media guide. ) Most Pass Attempts, Career - 1,304 (2001-03) Most Pass Attempts, Season - 495 (2003) Most Pass Completions, Career - 854 (2001-03) Most Pass Completions, Season - 342 (2003; also a MAC record) Most Pass Completions, Game - 41 (vs. Northern Illinois, 2002; MAC record)  Most Passing Yards, Career - 10,829 (2001-03) Most Passing Yards, Season - 4,486 (2003; also a MAC Record) Most Passing Yards, Game - 525 (vs. Northern Illinois, 2002) Most Passing Touchdowns, Career - 84 (2001-03) Most Passing Touchdowns, Season - 37 (2003) Most Passing Touchdowns, Game - 5 (did it at Ohio in 2001 and at UCF in 2003; tied with Sam Ricketts) Most Total Offense Yards, Career - 11,075 (2001-03) Most Total Offense Yards, Season - 4,597 (2003) Most Total Offense Yards, Game - 485 (vs. Northern Illinois, 2002) Most 300+ Yard Passing Games - 14 Most 400+ Yard Passing Games - 4 Most Games w/4+ TD Passes - 7 Highest Completion %, Career (Min. 300 attempts) - 65.5% (2001-03) Highest Completion %, Season (Min. 100 attempts) - 69.1% (2003) (Tie) Most Games in a Season w/200+ Yards Passing - 14 (2003; NCAA Record) (Tie) Consecutive Games in a Season w/200+ Yards Passing - 14 (2003; NCAA Record)  NFL records Most Regular Season Wins in a Season, Rookie QB — 13 (2004)  Longest regular season win streak to start a career for a NFL QB — 15 games (won all 13 starts in the 2004 season, won first 2 games of the 2005 season) Highest Passer Rating, Rookie Season — 98.1 (2004) Highest Completion Percentage, Rookie Season — 66.4% (2004) (Tie) Most Touchdown Passes, Monday Night Football game — 5 (11/5/2007 vs. Baltimore Ravens)  First QB to start two Conference Championship games in first two seasons in the NFL (2004 & 2005) Youngest starting QB ever to win the Super Bowl (2005; second-youngest QB to play in the Super Bowl, behind Dan Marino) Roethlisberger became the second quarterback in NFL history, along with Peyton Manning, to register three perfect passing games during the regular season, and the only quarterback to ever register two perfect passing games in one regular season.  Lowest passer rating for a Super Bowl winning QB — 22.6 (Completed 9 of 21 passes for zero touchdowns with two interceptions) Most wins as a starting quarterback in first five NFL seasons (reg. season only) - 51 (from 2004-2008) Tied for most seasons with one or more postseason starts in the first five years in the league since 1960, with four starts (tied with Bernie Kosar, Neil O'Donnell, Donovan McNabb, and Eli Manning). Most games with a completion percentage of 80.0% or higher, regular season (min. 10 attempts) — 4 (2007)  Pittsburgh Steelers franchise records In five seasons, Roethlisberger has many individual accomplishments that are record performances in Steelers history.  Career Records 59-22 (.728) record as starting QB (includes a 8-2 playoff record) .728 winning percentage is the highest among all Steelers QBs with at least 20 starts Highest Passer Rating (Min. 100 attempts) — 104.1 (2007 Season) Highest Completion % (Min. 100 attempts) — 62.4% Highest Yards Per Attempt (Min. 100 attempts) — 7.86 Most 300+ Yard Passing Games — 7 (Tie) Most 400+ Yard Passing Games — 1 (tied with Bobby Layne and Tommy Maddox) Most 3000-Yard Passing Seasons — 3 Most Consecutive 3000-Yard Passing Seasons — 3 (2006-2008) Most Consecutive Games With a TD Pass — 15 (from December 3, 2006 through November 18, 2007) Most Games With a Perfect Passer Rating — 3 Biggest contract in Steelers history (eight years, $102 million)  Season records Highest Completion % — 66.4% (2004) Most Touchdown Passes — 32 (2007) Highest TD% — 7.92% (2007) Highest Yards Per Attempt — 8.90 (2005) Highest Passer Rating — 104.1 (2007)  Single-game records Most Pass Completions — 38 (Completed 38 of 54 passes for 433 yards on November 5, 2006 against the Denver Broncos) (Tie) Most Consecutive Passes Completed, Single Game — 15 (Completed 15 straight on November 26, 2007 against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football. Bubby Brister also completed 15 straight on October 1, 1989 against the Detroit Lions.) Highest Completion %, Game (min. 20 attempts) — 85.7% (Completed 18 out of 21 attempts on November 26, 2007 against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football) (Tie) Most Touchdown Passes, Game — 5 (Threw five TD passes in the first half against the Baltimore Ravens on a Monday-night game November 5, 2007. Tied with Terry Bradshaw and Mark Malone)   Rookie records (achieved during 2004 season) Most Pass Attempts — 295 Most Pass Completions — 196 Highest Completion % — 66.4% Most Passing Yards — 2621 Most Touchdown Passes — 17 Highest Yards Per Attempt — 8.88 Highest Passer Rating — 98.1 Wins as starting QB — 13  Postseason records Highest Completion % (Min. 50 attempts) — 61.9% Highest Passer Rating — 87.2  Ben Roethlisberger Foundation Roethlisberger started a foundation with the following mission statement: "The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation seeks to (a): provide support for police and fire departments throughout the U.S. with a particular emphasis on service dogs and (b): to enhance the quality of life for residents of Findlay, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."  Trivia Lists of miscellaneous information should be avoided. Please relocate any relevant information into appropriate sections or articles. (July 2009) The "#7 Roethlisburger". Peppi's restaurant, home of the "Roethlisburger".Participated in the 2009 US Open Challenge with Michael Jordan, Justin Timberlake, and essay winner Larry Giebelhausen in a quest to break 100 on the Bethpage Black course. He shot an 81, the low of the group. Has multiple sandwiches named after him; usually a pun on his last name (which ends with "berger," similar to "hamburger"). Pittsburgh chain Peppi's sells the "Roethlisburger," which costs $7.00 (his football jersey number is 7). Findlay, Ohio restaurant Tony's sells a "Roethlisburger," as does Brick Street in Oxford, Ohio. Second-youngest quarterback to win two Super Bowls. His surname "Roethlisberger" (Swiss-German spelling: Röthlisberger) is of Swiss origin with roots in the village of Geissbuehl Lauperswil, Switzerland. He is a spokesman for Swiss Roots, a campaign intended to help Americans of Swiss origin reconnect with their Swiss ancestral heritage. In May 2006, Roethlisberger and his family traveled to Switzerland for a week. Revealed in a 2006 interview that he is a close friend of Donald Trump and that they speak weekly. Has his own line of barbecue sauce, Big Ben's BBQ. Has his own line of beef jerky called Big Ben's XL Beef Jerky. An auto dealer in Pittsburgh released a line of Roethlisberger signature GMC Sierras in 2007. Gave his Super Bowl XL ring to his father as a Father's Day gift. His younger sister, Carlee Roethlisberger, plays women's basketball for the University of Oklahoma. In the Madden NFL series, his name is shortened by 1 letter, due to the game limiting the number of characters in a players last name to 12 characters. His surname is the 3rd longest surname in the NFL. Roethlisberger's name is invoked in by a drunken Steelers fan in the movie Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Has attended the Late Show with David Letterman twice, both were after each Super Bowl victory. 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ESPN.com. 4 November 2004. ^ Stat given at the end of the Super Bowl game on 2/1/2009 NBC ^ Fleming, David. "For whom the Ben tolls". ESPN.com. 19 January 2005. ^ The Associated Press. "Steelers' Roethlisberger discovers his Swiss roots". Associated Press. 12 May 2006 . ^ a b Staff and wire reports. "Big Ben exploring his roots in Switzerland". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 9 May 2006. ^ Fabus, Mike. "Roethlisberger's having fun in Switzerland". www.steelers.com 9 May 2006. ^ a b Mondesishouse.com: Maybe Big Ben Will Defend The Donald? ^ Big Ben's BBQ ^ Big Ben's Beef Jerky ^ Ben Roethlisberger ^ SoonerSports.com Profile ^ Ben Roethlisberger gets a shave ^ Late Show - Super Bowl Champ Ben Roethlisberger ^ ben roethlisberger presents at the grammys  References Staff (September 2006) "Ben Roethlisberger 1982-" Biography Today 15(3): pp. 102–117  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Ben Roethlisberger Ben Roethlisberger Official site Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player Bio Official Blog Profile at NFL.com Miami RedHawks Bio Awards and achievements Preceded by Tommy Maddox Pittsburgh Steelers Starting Quarterbacks 2004- Succeeded by Incumbent Preceded by Anquan Boldin AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year 2004 season Succeeded by Carnell Williams Preceded by Domanick Davis Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year 2004 season Succeeded by Carnell Williams Preceded by Troy Polamalu Steelers 1st round draft pick 2004 Succeeded by Heath Miller [show]v • d • e2004 NFL Draft First Round Selections Eli Manning · Robert Gallery · Larry Fitzgerald · Philip Rivers · Sean Taylor · Kellen Winslow II · Roy Williams · DeAngelo Hall · Reggie Williams · Dunta Robinson · Ben Roethlisberger · Jonathan Vilma · Lee Evans · Tommie Harris · Michael Clayton · Shawn Andrews · D. 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Losman · Marcus Tubbs · Steven Jackson · Ahmad Carroll · Chris Perry · Jason Babin · Chris Gamble · Michael Jenkins · Kevin Jones · Rashaun Woods · Benjamin Watson Draft Years 70 • 71 • 72 • 73 • 74 • 75 • 76 • 77 • 78 • 79 • 80 • 81 • 82 • 83 • 84 • 85 • 86 • 87 • 88 • 89 • 90 • 91 • 92 • 93 • 94 • 95 • 96 • 97 • 98 • 99 • 00 • 01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06 • 07 • 08 • 09 [show]v • d • ePittsburgh Steelers First-round Draft selections Bill Shakespeare (1936/ #3 overall) | Mike Basrak (1937/ #5) | Byron "Whizzer" White (1938/ #4) | Kay Eakin (1940/ #3) | Bill Dudley (1942/ #1) | Bill Daley (1943/ #7) | Johnny Podesto (1944/ #10) | Paul Duhart (1945/ #2) | Doc Blanchard (1946/ #3) | Hub Bechtol (1947/ #5) | Dan Edwards (1948/ #9) | Bobby Gage (1949/ #6) | Lynn Chandnois (1950/ #8) | Butch Avinger (1951/ #9) | Ed Modzelewski (1952/ #6) | Ted Marchibroda (1953/ #5) | Johnny Lattner (1954/ #7) | Frank Varrichione (1955/ #6) | Gary Glick (1956/ #1) | Art Davis (1956/ #5) | Len Dawson (1957/ #5) | Jack Spikes (1960/ #6) | Bob Ferguson (1962/ #5) | Paul Martha (1964/ #10) | Dick Leftridge (1966/ #3) | Mike Taylor (1968/ #10) | Joe Greene (1969/ #4) | Terry Bradshaw (1970/ #1) | Frank Lewis (1971/ #8) | Franco Harris (1972/ #13) | J. 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Thomas (1973/ #4) | Lynn Swann (1974/ #21) | Dave Brown (1975/ #26) | Bennie Cunningham (1976/ #28) | Robin Cole (1977/ #21) | Ron Johnson (1978/ #22) | Greg Hawthorne (1979/ #28) | Mark Malone (1980/ #28) | Keith Gary (1981/ #17) | Walter Abercrombie (1982/ #12) | Gabriel Rivera (1983/ #21) | Louis Lipps (1984/ #23) | Darryl Sims (1985/ #20) | John Rienstra (1986/ #9) | Rod Woodson (1987/ #10) | Aaron Jones (1988/ #18) | Tim Worley (1989/ #7) | Tom Ricketts (1989/ #24) | Eric Green (1990/ #21) | Huey Richardson (1991/ #15) | Leon Searcy (1992/ #11) | Deon Figures (1993/ #23) | Charles Johnson (1994/ #17) | Mark Bruener (1995/ #27) | Jamain Stephens (1996/ #29) | Chad Scott (1997/ #24) | Alan Faneca (1998/ #26) | Troy Edwards (1999/ #13) | Plaxico Burress (2000/ #8) | Casey Hampton (2001/ #19) | Kendall Simmons (2002/ #30) | Troy Polamalu (2003/ #16) | Ben Roethlisberger (2004/ #11) | Heath Miller (2005/ #30) | Santonio Holmes (2006/ #25) | Lawrence Timmons (2007/ #15) | Rashard Mendenhall (2008/ #23) | Evander Hood (2009/ #32) [show]v • d • ePittsburgh Steelers 2004 NFL Draft selections Ben Roethlisberger • Ricardo Colclough • Max Starks • Nathaniel Adibi • Bo Lacy • Matt Kranchick • Drew Caylor • Eric Taylor Draft Years: 1974 • 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 [show]v • d • eDiet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year winners 2002: Shockey | 2003: Davis | 2004: Roethlisberger | 2005: Williams | 2006: Young | 2007: Peterson | 2008: Flacco [show]v • d • eNFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award from the Associated Press 1967: Farr | 1968: McCullouch | 1969: Hill | 1970: Shaw | 1971: Brockington | 1972: Harris | 1973: Foreman | 1974: Woods | 1975: M. Thomas | 1976: White | 1977: Dorsett | 1978: Campbell | 1979: O. Anderson | 1980: Sims | 1981: Rogers | 1982: Allen | 1983: Dickerson | 1984: Lipps | 1985: Brown | 1986: Mayes | 1987: Stradford | 1988: Stephens | 1989: Sanders | 1990: Smith | 1991: Russell | 1992: Pickens | 1993: Bettis | 1994: Faulk | 1995: Martin | 1996: George | 1997: Dunn | 1998: Moss | 1999: James | 2000: M. Anderson | 2001: A. Thomas | 2002: Portis | 2003: Boldin | 2004: Roethlisberger | 2005: Williams | 2006: Young | 2007: Peterson | 2008: Ryan [show]v • d • ePittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XL Champions 3 Jeff Reed | 7 Ben Roethlisberger | 8 Tommy Maddox | 11 Quincy Morgan | 16 Charlie Batch | 17 Chris Gardocki | 20 Bryant McFadden | 21 Ricardo Colclough | 22 Duce Staley | 23 Tyrone Carter | 24 Ike Taylor | 26 Deshea Townsend | 27 Willie Williams | 28 Chris Hope | 29 Chidi Iwuoma | 31 Mike Logan | 34 Verron Haynes | 35 Dan Kreider | 36 Jerome Bettis | 39 Willie Parker | 43 Troy Polamalu | 46 Arnold Harrison | 50 Larry Foote | 51 James Farrior | 53 Clark Haggans | 54 Rian Wallace | 55 Joey Porter | 56 Chukky Okobi | 57 Clint Kriewaldt | 60 Greg Warren | 64 Jeff Hartings | 66 Alan Faneca | 67 Kimo von Oelhoffen | 68 Chris Kemoeatu | 72 Barrett Brooks | 73 Kendall Simmons | 76 Chris Hoke | 77 Marvel Smith | 78 Max Starks | 79 Trai Essex | 80 Cedrick Wilson | 81 Sean Morey | 82 Antwaan Randle El | 83 Heath Miller | 84 Jerame Tuman | 85 Nate Washington | 86 Hines Ward (MVP) | 89 Lee Mays | 90 Travis Kirschke | 91 Aaron Smith | 92 James Harrison | 94 Andre Frazier | 96 Shaun Nua | 98 Casey Hampton | 99 Brett Keisel Head Coach: Bill Cowher Coaches: Bruce Arians | Keith Butler | James Daniel | Chet Fuhrman | Russ Grimm | Dick Hoak | Ray Horton | Dick LeBeau | John Mitchell | Darren Perry | Kevin Spencer | Mark Whipple | Ken Whisenhunt [show]v • d • ePittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XLIII Champions 2 Dennis Dixon | 3 Jeff Reed | 4 Byron Leftwich | 7 Ben Roethlisberger | 9 Daniel Sepulveda | 10 Santonio Holmes (MVP) | 13 Marvin Allen | 14 Limas Sweed | 15 Martin Nance | 16 Charlie Batch | 17 Mitch Berger | 20 Bryant McFadden | 21 Mewelde Moore | 22 William Gay | 23 Tyrone Carter | 24 Ike Taylor | 25 Ryan Clark | 26 Deshea Townsend | 27 Anthony Smith | 28 Justin Vincent | 29 Ryan Mundy | 30 Roy Lewis | 31 Fernando Bryant | 33 Gary Russell | 34 Rashard Mendenhall | 37 Anthony Madison | 38 Carey Davis | 39 Willie Parker | 43 Troy Polamalu | 49 Sean McHugh | 50 Larry Foote | 51 James Farrior | 53 Bruce Davis | 54 Andre Frazier | 55 Patrick Bailey | 55 Mike Humpal | 56 LaMarr Woodley | 57 Keyaron Fox | 60 Greg Warren | 61 Jared Retkofsky | 62 Justin Hartwig | 64 Doug Legursky | 65 Jeremy Parquet | 66 Tony Hills | 67 Kyle Clement | 68 Chris Kemoeatu | 69 Jason Capizzi | 71 Scott Paxson | 72 Darnell Stapleton | 73 Kendall Simmons | 74 Willie Colon | 76 Chris Hoke | 77 Marvel Smith | 78 Max Starks | 79 Trai Essex | 81 Dallas Baker | 83 Heath Miller | 84 Dezmond Sherrod | 85 Nate Washington | 86 Hines Ward | 88 Jon Dekker | 89 Matt Spaeth | 90 Travis Kirschke | 91 Aaron Smith | 92 James Harrison | 93 Nick Eason | 94 Lawrence Timmons | 95 Donovan Woods | 96 Orpheus Roye | 97 Arnold Harrison | 98 Casey Hampton | 99 Brett Keisel Head Coach: Mike Tomlin Coaches: Ken Anderson | Bruce Arians | Keith Butler | James Daniel | Randy Fichtner | Garrett Giemont | Harold Goodwin | Ray Horton | Amos Jones | Dick LeBeau | Bob Ligashesky | John Mitchell | Lou Spanos | Kirby Wilson | Larry Zierlein [show]v • d • ePittsburgh Pirates / Steelers starting quarterbacks Holm • Heller • Gildea • Matesic • Fiske • White • McCullough • Patterson • Brumbaugh • McDonough • Dudley • Sherman • Zimmerman • Grigas • Warren • Clement • Seabright • Evans • Geri • Ortmann • Finks • Marchibroda • Mackrides • Morrall • Dawson • Layne • Bukich • Brown • Nelsen • Wade • Smith • Izo • Nix • Shiner • Hanratty • Bradshaw • Gilliam • Kruczek • Malone • Stoudt • Woodley • Campbell • Brister • Bono • Blackledge • O'Donnell • Tomczak • Miller • Stewart • Graham • Maddox • Batch • Roethlisberger [show]v • d • e“Joe Greene Great Performance Award” for Pittsburgh Steelers Rookie of the Year 1984: Lipps | 1985: Newsome | 1986: Henton | 1987: Hall | 1988: Williams | 1989: Lake | 1990: Green | 1991: Cooper | 1992: Perry | 1993: Brown | 1994: Morris | 1995: Stewart | 1996: Witman | 1997: Scott | 1998: Faneca | 1999: Edwards | 2000: Kreider | 2001: Bell | 2002: Simmons | 2003: Polamalu | 2004: Roethlisberger | 2005: Miller | 2006: Holmes | 2007: Sepulveda | 2008: Bailey [show]v • d • eCurrent starting quarterbacks in the National Football League (as of Week 17 of the 2008 season) AFC East Edwards (Buffalo) Pennington (Miami) Cassel (New England) Favre (NY Jets) NFC East Romo (Dallas) E. 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2009 NCAA Basketball Tournament! List of NCAA Division 1 Teams & Coaches at 227!
America East Conference Albany - Will Brown Binghamton - Kevin Broadus Boston University - Dennis Wolff Hartford - Dan Leibovitz Maine - Ted Woodward New Hampshire - Bill Herrion Stony Brook - Steve Pikiell UMBC - Randy Monroe Vermont - Mike Lonergan 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! America East Conference
Atlantic 10 Conference Charlotte - Bobby Lutz Dayton - Brian Gregory Duquesne - Ron Everhart Fordham - Dereck Whittenburg George Washington - Karl Hobbs La Salle - John Giannini Rhode Island - Jim Baron Richmond - Chris Mooney St. Bonaventure - Mark Schmidt Saint Joseph's - Phil Martelli Saint Louis - Rick Majerus Temple - Fran Dunphy UMass - Derek Kellogg Xavier - Sean Miller 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic 10 Conference
Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College - Al Skinner Clemson - Oliver Purnell Duke - Mike Krzyzewski Florida State - Leonard Hamilton Georgia Tech - Paul Hewitt Maryland - Gary Williams Miami (Florida) - Frank Haith North Carolina - Roy Williams North Carolina State - Sidney Lowe Virginia - Dave Leitao Virginia Tech - Seth Greenberg Wake Forest - Dino Gaudio 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Coast Conference
Atlantic Sun Conference Belmont - Rick Byrd Campbell - Robbie Laing East Tennessee State - Murry Bartow Florida Gulf Coast - Dave Balza Jacksonville - Cliff Warren Kennesaw State - Tony Ingle Lipscomb - Scott Sanderson Mercer - Bob Hoffman North Florida - Matt Kilcullen Stetson - Derek Waugh USC Upstate - Eddie Payne 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Sun Conference
Big 12 Conference Baylor - Scott Drew Colorado - Jeff Bzdelik Iowa State - Greg McDermott Kansas - Bill Self Kansas State - Frank Martin Missouri - Mike Anderson Nebraska - Doc Sadler Oklahoma - Jeff Capel III Oklahoma State - Travis Ford Texas - Rick Barnes Texas A&M - Mark Turgeon Texas Tech - Pat Knight 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big 12 Conference
Big East Conference Cincinnati - Mick Cronin Connecticut - Jim Calhoun DePaul - Jerry Wainwright Georgetown - John Thompson III Louisville - Rick Pitino Marquette - Buzz Williams Notre Dame - Mike Brey Pittsburgh - Jamie Dixon Providence - Keno Davis Rutgers - Fred Hill St. John's - Norm Roberts Seton Hall - Bobby Gonzalez South Florida - Stan Heath Syracuse - Jim Boeheim Villanova - Jay Wright West Virginia - Bobby Huggins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big East Conference
Big Sky Conference Eastern Washington - Kirk Earlywine Idaho State - Joe O'Brien Montana - Wayne Tinkle Montana State - Brad Huse Northern Arizona - Mike Adras Northern Colorado - Tad Boyle Portland State - Ken Bone Sacramento State - Brian Katz Weber State - Randy Rahe 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big Sky Conference
Big South Conference Charleston Southern - Barclay Radebaugh Coastal Carolina - Cliff Ellis Gardner-Webb - Rick Scruggs High Point - Bart Lundy Liberty - Ritchie McKay Presbyterian - Gregg Nibert Radford - Brad Greenberg UNC-Asheville - Eddie Biedenbach VMI - Duggar Baucom Winthrop - Randy Peele 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big South Conference
Big Ten Conference Illinois - Bruce Weber Indiana - Tom Crean Iowa - Todd Lickliter Michigan - John Beilein Michigan State - Tom Izzo Minnesota - Tubby Smith Northwestern - Bill Carmody Ohio State - Thad Matta Penn State - Ed DeChellis Purdue - Matt Painter Wisconsin - Bo Ryan 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big Ten Conference
Big West Conference Cal Poly - Kevin Bromley Cal State Fullerton - Bob Burton Cal State Northridge - Bobby Braswell Long Beach State - Dan Monson Pacific - Bob Thomason UC Davis - Gary Stewart UC Irvine - Pat Douglass UC Riverside - Jim Wooldridge UC Santa Barbara - Bob Williams 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big West Conference
Colonial Athletic Association Delaware - Monte Ross Drexel - Bruiser Flint George Mason - Jim Larranaga Georgia State - Rod Barnes Hofstra - Tom Pecora James Madison - Matt Brady Northeastern - Bill Coen Old Dominion - Blaine Taylor Towson - Pat Kennedy UNC-Wilmington - Benny Moss Virginia Commonwealth - Anthony Grant William & Mary - Tony Shaver 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Colonial Athletic Association
Conference USA East Carolina - Mack McCarthy Houston - Tom Penders Marshall - Donnie Jones Memphis - John Calipari Rice - Ben Braun Southern Methodist - Matt Doherty Southern Mississippi - Larry Eustachy Tulane - Dave Dickerson Tulsa - Doug Wojcik UAB - Mike Davis UCF - Kirk Speraw UTEP - Tony Barbee 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Conference USA
Horizon League - Butler - Brad Stevens Cleveland State - Gary Waters Detroit - Ray McCallum Loyola (Chicago) - Jim Whitesell UIC - Jimmy Collins UW-Green Bay - Tod Kowalczyk UW-Milwaukee - Rob Jeter Valparaiso - Homer Drew Wright State - Brad Brownell Youngstown State - Jerry Slocum 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Horizon League
Independents Bryant - Tim O'Shea Cal State Bakersfield - Keith Brown Chicago State - Benjy Taylor Houston Baptist - Ron Cottrell Longwood - Mike Gillian New Jersey Institute of Technology - Jim Engles North Carolina Central - Henry Dickerson Savannah State - Horace Broadnax SIU-Edwardsville - Lennox Forrester Texas-Pan American - Tom Schuberth Utah Valley - Dick Hunsaker 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! NCAA Division I independent schools (basketball)
Ivy League Brown - Jesse Agel Columbia - Joe Jones Cornell - Steve Donahue Dartmouth - Terry Dunn Harvard - Tommy Amaker Penn - Glen Miller Princeton - Sydney Johnson Yale - James Jones 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ivy League
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Canisius - Tom Parrotta Fairfield - Ed Cooley Iona - Kevin Willard Loyola (Maryland) - Jimmy Patsos Manhattan - Barry Rohrssen Marist - Chuck Martin Niagara - Joe Mihalich Rider - Tommy Dempsey St. Peter's - John Dunne Siena - Fran McCaffery 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
Mid-American Conference Akron – Keith Dambrot Ball State – Billy Taylor Bowling Green – Louis Orr Buffalo – Reggie Witherspoon Central Michigan – Ernie Ziegler Eastern Michigan – Charles Ramsey Kent State – Geno Ford Miami – Charlie Coles Northern Illinois – Ricardo Patton Ohio – John Groce Toledo – Gene Cross Western Michigan – Steve Hawkins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Bethune-Cookman - Clifford Reed Coppin State - Ron Mitchell Delaware State - Greg Jackson Florida A&M - Mike Gillespie Hampton - Kevin Nickelberry Howard - Gil Jackson Maryland-Eastern Shore - Meredith Smith Morgan State - Todd Bozeman Norfolk State - Anthony Evans North Carolina A&T - Jerry Eaves South Carolina State - Tim Carter Winston-Salem State - Bobby Collins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Missouri Valley Conference Bradley - Jim Les Creighton - Dana Altman Drake - Mark Phelps Evansville - Marty Simmons Illinois State - Tim Jankovich Indiana State - Kevin McKenna Missouri State - Cuonzo Martin Northern Iowa - Ben Jacobson Southern Illinois - Chris Lowery Wichita State - Gregg Marshall 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Missouri Valley Conference
Mountain West Conference Air Force - Jeff Reynolds Brigham Young - Dave Rose Colorado State - Tim Miles New Mexico - Steve Alford San Diego State - Steve Fisher Texas Christian - Neil Dougherty UNLV - Lon Kruger Utah - Jim Boylen Wyoming - Heath Schroyer 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mountain West Conference
Northeast Conference Central Connecticut State - Howie Dickenman Fairleigh Dickinson - Tom Green LIU-Brooklyn - Jim Ferry Monmouth - Dave Calloway Mount St. Mary's - Milan Brown Quinnipiac - Tom Moore Robert Morris - Mike Rice Jr. Sacred Heart - Dave Bike St. Francis (PA) - Don Friday St. Francis (NY) - Brian Nash Wagner - Mike Deane 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Northeast Conference
Ohio Valley Conference Austin Peay - Dave Loos Eastern Illinois - Mike Miller Eastern Kentucky - Jeff Neubauer Jacksonville State - James Green Morehead State - Donnie Tyndall Murray State - Billy Kennedy Southeast Missouri - Zac Roman Tennessee-Martin - Bret Campbell Tennessee State - Cy Alexander Tennessee Tech - Mike Sutton 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ohio Valley Conference
Pacific-10 Conference Arizona - Russ Pennell Arizona State - Herb Sendek California - Mike Montgomery Oregon - Ernie Kent Oregon State - Craig Robinson Stanford - Johnny Dawkins UCLA - Ben Howland USC - Tim Floyd Washington - Lorenzo Romar Washington State - Tony Bennett 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Pacific-10 Conference
Patriot League American - Jeff Jones Army - Jim Crews Bucknell - Dave Paulsen Colgate - Emmett Davis Holy Cross - Ralph Willard Lafayette - Fran O'Hanlon Lehigh - Brett Reed Navy - Billy Lange 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Patriot League
Southeastern Conference Alabama - Philip Pearson Arkansas - John Pelphrey Auburn - Jeff Lebo Florida - Billy Donovan Georgia - Pete Herrmann Kentucky - Billy Gillispie LSU - Trent Johnson Mississippi - Andy Kennedy Mississippi State - Rick Stansbury South Carolina - Darrin Horn Tennessee - Bruce Pearl Vanderbilt - Kevin Stallings 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southeastern Conference
Southern Conference Appalachian State - Houston Fancher Chattanooga - John Shulman The Citadel - Ed Conroy College of Charleston - Bobby Cremins Davidson - Bob McKillop Elon - Ernie Nestor Furman - Jeff Jackson Georgia Southern - Jeff Price Samford - Jimmy Tillette UNC-Greensboro - Mike Dement Western Carolina - Larry Hunter Wofford - Mike Young 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southern Conference
Southland Conference Central Arkansas - Rand Chappell Lamar - Steve Roccaforte McNeese State - Dave Simmons Nicholls State - J. P. Piper Northwestern State - Mike McConathy Sam Houston State - Bob Marlin Southeastern Louisiana - Jim Yarbrough Stephen F. Austin - Danny Kaspar Texas A&M-Corpus Christi - Perry Clark Texas-Arlington - Scott Cross Texas-San Antonio - Brooks Thompson Texas State - Doug Davalos 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southland Conference
Southwestern Athletic Conference Alabama A&M - L. Vann Pettaway Alabama State - Lewis Jackson Alcorn State - Samuel West Arkansas-Pine Bluff - George Ivory Grambling State - Larry Wright Jackson State - Tevester Anderson Mississippi Valley State - Sean Woods Prairie View A&M - Byron Rimm II Southern - Rob Spivery Texas Southern - Tony Harvey 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southwestern Athletic Conference
The Summit League Centenary - Greg Gary IPFW - Dane Fife IUPUI - Ron Hunter North Dakota State - Saul Phillips Oakland - Greg Kampe Oral Roberts - Scott Sutton South Dakota State - Scott Nagy Southern Utah - Roger Reid UMKC - Matt Brown Western Illinois - Derek Thomas 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! The Summit League
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