2008: Entered the season as the starting quarterback...started eight games to earn second varsity letter...currently ranks third at Lafayette in career completion percentage (58.9% -- 198-of-336)...finished the season 121-for-212 for 1,424 yards with nine touchdowns and four interceptions...helped the Leopards lead the nation in turnovers per game (11 in 11 games) with just four interceptions...completed 57 percent of his passes and had a 123.7 percent efficiency rating....ran for four touchdowns against Georgetown...went 12 -for-22 for 163 yards and three touchdowns against Penn...led the Leopards to a 48-13 victory over Fordham after going 11-for-16 for 162 yards and two touchdowns...missed parts of three games (Colgate, Bucknell and Holy Cross) due to a concussion...named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2007: Took over as the starting quarterback for the final four games of the season to earn his first varsity letter...averaged a 62.1 percent completion percentage and a 137.2 percent efficiency rating...named the Lafayette vs. Lehigh MVP after going 15-for-25 for 257 yards and the game-winning touchdown with 2:53 left in the game; also scored the Leopards' first touchdown against the Mountain Hawks on a one-yard run...led the Leopards to a 31-21 win at Holy Cross with an 18-for-31 effort for 181 yards and a touchdown off a 24-yard pass...threw a career-long 49-yard touchdown pass vs. Bucknell to finish the day 13-for-20 for 161 yards...went 15-for-26 for 174 yards and three touchdowns while adding another on a 49-yard quarterback sneak in his first start vs. Colgate...took over in the third quarter against Fordham and went 11-for-12 for 107 yards and one touchdown...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2006: Competed on junior varsity team.
Spent a prep year at the Kent School in Connecticut.
AT HOLY CROSS HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman...First Team All-Conference, All-County and All-South Jersey...third all-time in South Jersey history in career passing yards (5,400) and fourth in touchdowns (56)...played basketball for two years...member of the All-Academic First Team.
PERSONAL: Son of Robert and Theresa Curley...sister, Lauren, is a starter on the Lafayette women's lacrosse team...born 4/11/87.
RUSHING Year G/GS Att. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Rush Yds./Game 2007 8/4 27 135 2 49 5.0 16.9 2008 9/8 58 43 3 36 0.7 4.8 Totals 17/12 85 178 5 49 2.1 10.5
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