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Philip Nelson

QB

Height
6-2
Weight
215 Lbs

Statistics

Stats CMP ATT PCT YDS Y/A TD INT LONG 20+ 40+ RZ ATT SK
2013 Regular Season 94 186 50.5 1306 7.0 9 6 50 18 2 17 14

Game Log

Date Opponent Result CMP ATT PCT YDS Y/A TD INT SK RTG ATT YDS TD
12-27-2013 @ Syracuse Orange Syracuse Orange 17-21 2 7 28.6 18 2.6 0 0 0 50.2 2 14 0
11-30-2013 @ Michigan State Spartans Michigan State Spartans 14-3 6 18 33.3 77 4.3 0 2 1 47.0 4 7 0
11-23-2013 @ Wisconsin Badgers Wisconsin Badgers 7-20 7 23 30.4 83 3.6 0 0 3 60.8 9 8 0
11-9-2013 @ Penn State Nittany Lions Penn State Nittany Lions 24-10 15 24 62.5 186 7.8 1 0 1 141.4 12 40 1
11-2-2013 @ Indiana Hoosiers Indiana Hoosiers 39-42 16 23 69.6 298 13.0 4 0 1 235.8 7 11 0

News

Minnesota QB Nelson To Transfer To Rutgers

Minnesota QB Nelson To Transfer To Rutgers

by Kristen Finstad

Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson will transfer to one of the Big Ten's newest members, Rutgers, according to CBSSports.com. Nelson announced earlier in the month that he would seek a school with a more pass-oriented offense... Read more

Gophers QB Nelson To Texas Tech?

Gophers QB Nelson To Texas Tech?

by Christopher Smith

Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson, who last week announced his intention to transfer, likely will head for Texas Tech or UCLA, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported Saturday... Read more

Minnesota QB Phillip Nelson To Transfer

Minnesota QB Phillip Nelson To Transfer

by Christopher Smith

After a mostly uninspiring few seasons at Minnesota, quarterback Philip Nelson has decided to transfer to another school, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported Thursday... Read more

Minnesota Shines In Eighth Win

Minnesota Shines In Eighth Win

by Shawn Annarelli

Minnesota proved me wrong in their 24-10 win over Penn State, and Outback Bowl officials, who came to the game to evaluate the Gophers, have to be impressed... Read more

Minnesota Putting Fans To Sleep

Minnesota Putting Fans To Sleep

by Shawn Annarelli

Penn State won’t be the most important visitor in Minneapolis this week. No, it will be Outback Bowl officials from Tampa Bay who are there to watch the game and consider Minnesota for a potential appearance... Read more