Sean Renfree stands deep in his own end zone before finding Jamison Crowder for a 99-yard touchdown pass. That's the longest pass play in ACC history. Credit: CHUCK LIDDY
For the first time this year, the ACC offesensive back of the week came from a team that didn't win.
And that player was Duke QB Sean Renfree.
Duke WR Jamison Crowder was also named the ACC recevier of the week. Here's what the conference's release said about both players:
OFFENSIVE BACK – Sean Renfree, Duke, R-Senior, QB, 6-5, 225, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Renfree completed 36-of-59 passes for 432 yards and four touchdowns in Duke’s 52-45 loss to Miami. The senior quarterback directed the Duke offense that ran 94 plays, posted 30 first downs, totaled 583 yards of total offense, and did not commit a turnover. The 432 yards passing and 428 yards of total offense both marked the eighth-highest single-game total in program history. Renfree matched the Duke record for touchdown passes in a half with four in the second half and set the program single-game mark for pass attempts without an interception. He completed a 99-yard touchdown pass to Jamison Crowder en route to setting single-game career highs for pass attempts and passing yards.
RECEIVER – Jamison Crowder, Duke, Sophomore, WR, 5-9, 175, Monroe, N.C.
Crowder hauled in eight passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns in Duke’s 52-45 loss to Miami, including a 99-yard score, the longest pass play in the 60 year history of ACC football. The 203 yards rank as the seventh-highest single-game total in Duke history as the sophomore averaged 25.4 yards per catch. Crowder totaled 272 all-purpose yards in the game and now holds the Duke single-season record for most touchdown receptions of over 50 yards with five this year.