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NC A&T Football BIO
7 Lewis Kindle

Breakdown:  Heads into the season as one of the most experienced starting quarterbacks in the MEAC…His play in 2012 was not as consistent as it was in 2011 when he had a career year, but the Aggies hope that his play will improve with the addition of a new offensive coordinator…Has compiled a 10-10 record as the Aggies starter in his career…Came back strong after missing the entire 2010 season to an ACL injury…Without him the Aggies went 1-10, but had a four-win improvement with him on the field in 2011…Became the first Aggie quarterback in 10 seasons to start all 11 games and was the first A&T quarterback since 1995 to throw for more than 2,000 yards in a season…He is one of only four  quarterbacks in school history to throw for more than 2,000 yards in a season, joining Alan Hooker, Ellsworth Turner and Maseo Bolin…Served as the Aggies backup quarterback for most of the 2009 season as he developed behind starter Carlton Fears…Raised the expectation levels after he started the Aggies final two games of the season and threw for a combined 424 yards and two touchdowns…Has outstanding footwork and the ability to be a threat on the ground…His strength allows the offensive coaches to use him short yardage situations on the goal line, leading to nine career rushing touchdowns…Has played in 25 games with 20 starts over his career…He has thrown for 3,715 yards, 21 touchdowns and 26 interceptions…His career quarterback efficiency rating is 113.77…Ranks fifth on the Aggies all-time passing list…His 310 career completions and 562 attempts ranks him fourth all-time in school history in both statistical categories.

2012 Season: Played in 10 games with seven starts…Threw for 1,341 yards, three touchdowns and 11 interceptions…Had 214 pass attempts and completed 119 of those attempts…Also rushed for 100 yards and three touchdowns on 49 carries…His 214 attempts marks for the first time an Aggies quarterback has had more than 200 attempts in consecutive seasons since Maseo Bolin did it 1994 and ‘95…Led the Aggies in total offense (1,441 yards) for the second straight season…He is also the first A&T quarterback to lead the Aggies in passing in consecutive years since Marshal Glenn accomplished  the feat in 2004 and ‘05…Ranked seventh in the conference in average passing yards per game (134.1)…Was 99th in the country and ninth in the MEAC in passing efficiency (102.6)…Was also seventh in the conference in total offensive yards per game (144.1)…Completed a season-long 59-yard pass to Larry Raper in a 77-0 win over West Virginia State on Sept. 8…It was one of 10 completions in the game as he went 10-for-15 for 176 yards and no interceptions…Also rushed for two touchdowns in the contest…The next week he went 16-for-27 for 217 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in a 40-7 win over Virginia University of Lynchburg…Completed a career-high 23 passes and tied a career high with 36 pass attempts in a loss at Delaware State on Oct. 20…Came off the bench to throw for 135 yards on 14-for-27 passing in a 17-7 win over S.C. State on Nov. 10…It was the Aggies first win over the Bulldogs in 12 seasons.  

2011 Season: Started all 11 games…Threw for 2,020 yards, 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions…His passing performance ranks as the fourth-best in school history as he became just the fourth quarterback in school history to throw for more than 2,000 yards…His 151 completions ranked him as seventh-best all time…He is one of only 12 quarterbacks in school history to have more than 200 attempts in a season…His 271 attempts ranked him eighth all-time in a single season for an Aggies quarterback…Rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns on 91 carries…Led the team in total offense with 2,170 yards…Ranked fourth in the conference in passing with 183.6 yards per game…Was seventh in the league in passing efficiency (129.7) and finished fourth in total offense (197.3 ypg) …His 65-yard completion to Ricky Lewis versus Virginia University of Lynchburg on Sept. 3 was the longest pass play the Aggies had in five seasons…His 341-yard passing performance in the same game was the fourth-best passing performance in school history…Earned MEAC Offensive Player of the Week honors following his VUL performance…His 36 pass attempts against Florida A&M on Nov. 5 was the most ever by an A&T sophomore…His 21 completions against S.C. State on Nov. 12 was the second most passes ever completed by an A&T sophomore…Led A&T to its first Homecoming win in seven seasons by completing 13 of 20 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-24 win over Delaware State on Oct. 15…Threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns on 14-for-23 passing as the Aggies defeated archrival N.C. Central 31-21 on Nov. 19.

2010 Season: Missed the entire season with an ACL injury…Had surgery on his knee in October of 2010 and was forced to miss the 2011 spring practice sessions.

2009 Season: Gave Aggies fans a glimpse at the future with two good showings at the end of the season…Played in four games as a freshman, but did not become the Aggies starter until Nov. 7 when he started against Florida A&M…In his debut, he threw for 206 yards on 16-for-30 passing with two touchdowns and an interception…Kindle also scored on a rushing touchdown…Kindle’s performance earned him MEAC Rookie of the Week honors…On the season, he threw for 354 yards, two touchdowns, four interceptions and he completed 52 percent of his passes…Made his first appearance on Sept. 19 against Hampton in the fourth quarter.

High School: Threw for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior...Also rushed for 500 yards and two touchdowns...Was a second-team All-Region performer.

Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 205
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Westlake
Major: English
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