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6-4 / 232
Enters fall camp second on the depth chart at quarterback, but gained valuable experience over the last two seasons with eight starts in 12 games.
2009: Started the 2009 season as the backup quarterback and then became the starting QB for six games for the injured Zach Frazer before his own season ended with a shoulder injury vs. Rutgers (Oct. 31)...saw his first action of the year when Frazer went down with a knee injury vs. North Carolina (Sept. 12)...made his first start of the year the following week in a win vs. Baylor and was 12 of 23 in the air for 147 yards...was 23 for 30 for 289 yards with two TDs in win vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 26)...was 14 for 21 for one TD and one interception in win vs. Louisville (Oct. 17)...threw for a career-high 378 yards at West Virginia (Oct. 24) - including an 88-yard TD pass to Marcus Easley...also had a 79-yard TD pass to Easley against Pittsburgh...earned the Offensive Game Ball for the win vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 26).
2008: Saw his first collegiate playing time with duty in five games, including the first two starts of his collegiate career ... led team to victory in first start over BIG EAST Champion and Orange Bowl participant Cincinnati (Oct. 25) ... was 18-of-47 for 196 yards in 40-16 win over the Bearcats ... also started the following week against West Virginia (Nov. 1) and was 17-for-37 in the air for 177 yards ... saw backup duty in opening night win against Hofstra (Aug. 28) and was four-of-five for 49 yards ... was sacked just once in five games this year ... did not throw an interception in his first 70 collegiate pass attempts.
High School: Named to the Observer Reporter Elite 11 team twice and named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 team as a senior ... An All-Section pick at the AAAA level in 2005 and at the AAA level in 2006 ... Completed 180-of-325 passes in his career for 2,450 yards with 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions ... Team captain.
Personal: Cody John Endres ... Born on August 16, 1988 ... Father, Dave, played quarterback at Bowling Green ... An exploratory major.