2002 South Region Candidates

ZAK CLARK

Quarterback University of Central Arkansas

6-3, 210, Junior, Fayetteville, Arkansas

2002 Highlights:  He set a school record with 496 passing yards, going 30-of-45 with 5 TDs,  in a win over Henderson State, and he helped the team set two Gulf South Conference records in that game (804 total yards; 598 passing yards).  He is two-time Gulf South Conference Player of the Week and two-time D2football.com Player of the Week.  He is currently 5th in Division II in total offense (289.6), and he directed the No. 3 passing offense in Division II.  2002 Key Stats:  He was 263-of-427 with 3,157
yards and 24 touchdowns.  He threw  just 13 interceptions.  He completed 61.6 percent of his passes this season, averaging 287 passing yards per game.  He rushed for rushed for 29 yards on 40 carries.  He gained 3,186 yards of total offense and started all 11 games this season, leading the team to an 8-3 record.  

Career Awards and Accomplishments:  He is a two-time Gulf South Conference Player of the Week in 2002, D2football.com National Offensive Player of the Week, and two-time team offensive player of the week.  Career: He started for the University of Arkansas in the 2002 Cotton Bowl before transferring to UCA.  He won 8-of-12 starts at Arkansas.  He has helped lead the team to a No. 23
ranking in the AFCA poll and an 8-3 record this season.

NCAA Rankings:

Pass Efficiency: Ranks 24th in Division II - 136.2

Total Offense: Ranks 5th in Division II - 289.6

Year Comp Att Int Yds TD Long
2002 263 427 13 3,157 24 --

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