2011 was an Under Armour Senior Bowl all-star college football exhibition game featuring players from the 2010 college football season, and prospects for the 2011 Draft of the professional National Football League (NFL). Final score was South Team 24 to North Team 10.
The game was played on January 29, 2011, at 3 pm CST (4 p.m. Eastern time) at
Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama between "North" and "South" teams. The coaching staff of the  Cincinnati Bengals, led by head coach Marvin Lewis, coached the North team. The coaching staff of the Buffalo Bills, led by head coach Chan Gailey, coached the South team.
For the South team, quarterback
Christian Ponder, formerly with Florida State, threw 132 yards and two touchdowns and was named the Most Valuable Player. Leonard Hankerson, former Miami Hurricanes wide receiver, had five catches for 100 yards and one touchdown. He was named the Under Armour Offensive Player of the Game.
Coverage of the event was in
high-definition on the NFL Network.
Game summary Edit
Scoring summary Edit
SOUTH - Josh Jasper 23-yard field goal, 09:57
SOUTH 3 - 0
SOUTH - Leonard Hankerson 18-yard pass from Christian Ponder (Josh Jasper kick), 02:14
SOUTH 10 - 0
SOUTH - Noel Devine 1-yard run (Josh Jasper kick), 04:05
SOUTH 17 - 0
NORTH - Kai Forbath 24-yard field goal, 05:09
SOUTH 17 - 3
NORTH - Da'Rel Scott 1-yard run (Alex Henery kick), 00:19
SOUTH 17 - 10
SOUTH - Jeremy Kerley 23-yard pass from Christian Ponder (Josh Jasper kick), 03:04
SOUTH 24 - 10
Statistics North South
First Downs 13 20
Total offense, plays - yards 50-238 71-317
Rushes-yards (net) 19-0 43-127
Passing yards (net) 238 190
Passes, Att-Comp-Int 31-17-1 28-15-0
Time of Possession 24:02 35:58
The clothing company
Under Armour is the sponsor for the fifth consecutive year. The company also provides apparel for the game.
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