LSU Gold
Jasper, Ind.
High School
Jasper HS

2003 Second-Team Academic All-America (CoSIDA)
2003 Second-Team All-SEC (AP, Coaches)
2003 SEC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Arkansas
2003 National Player of the Week vs. Arkansas (Sporting News)
2002 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2001 SEC Championship Game MVP

Led LSU to an 18-2 overall record as the starting quarterback … His .900 winning percentage (18-2) mark is the best winning percentage for a quarterback in school history … Finished career with 3,831 passing yards … Completed 310 of 529 passes for 37 touchdowns and only 18 interceptions … Rushed for 345 yards and 5 touchdowns … Ranked third in school history in TD passes (37) and completion percentage (58.6), sixth in pass completion (310), seventh in attempts (529) and eighth in passing yards (3,831) … Graduated in December with a degree in kinesiology.

Player that combines excellence on the field and in the classroom … Named Second-Team Academic All-America this year, while also being named Second-Team All- EC … Put together one of the finest seasons for a quarterback in school history, throwing for an LSU record 28 touchdowns and 2,825 yards in leading the Tigers to a school- record 13 wins and the school’s first national title in football since 1958 … Led the SEC in pass efficiency by connecting on 229 of 358 passes for 2,825 yards, 28 TDs and only 14 interceptions … Threw at least one TD pass in all but two games for the Tigers in 2003 … Tied the school-record for TD passes in a game three times with 4 scoring tosses vs. Western Illinois, Louisiana Tech and Arkansas … Had two 300-yard passing games, going for 305 vs. Western Illinois and 311 vs. Louisiana Tech … Tied a school-record by completing his first 14 passes vs. Louisiana Tech … Tied another school-record by completing 17 straight passes over a two-game span earlier in the season (final 10 passes vs. Arizona, first 7 vs. Western Illinois) … Set the school record for single-game completion percentage at 90.0 percent after connection on 18 of 20 passes vs. Louisiana Tech … Returned to action in a non-contact role during the spring and responded very well … Had an outstanding spring, one that saw him develop more as a pocket passer … Had already mastered the art of scrambling to avoid the rush … Exactly what you want in a quarterback in that he’s tough, smart and talented … Makes good decisions on the field … Has good size, a strong arm and quick feet … Is not going to be chased down by a defender … Not afraid to tuck the ball and run.

Opened the season as LSU’s starting quarterback and guided the Tigers to a 5-1 overall mark and a top 15 national ranking before suffering a season-ending injury in fourth quarter of win over Florida … Tore ligaments in mid-foot area on right foot … Had two screws placed in the foot to stabilize the joint … Has since had the screws removed … Prior to injury, completed 63 of 130 passes for 782 yards, nine TDs and only two interceptions … Rushed for 175 yards and a pair of TDs as well … Finished season with a streak of 88 straight passes without an interception … Threw for a season-best 215 yards on 15 of 26 passing in win over Miami (Ohio) … Tossed three TD passes in victories over Miami (Ohio) and Louisiana-Lafayette.

Came off the bench for an injured Rohan Davey and led the Tigers to a 31-20 win over Tennessee in the SEC Championship game … Rushed for 43 yards and 2 TDs, including the go-ahead score early in the fourth quarter in win over the Vols … Completed 5-of-15 passes for 67 yards … Saw action in three games after redshirting as a true freshman in 2000 … Came in for an injured Davey vs. Florida and hit on 11-of-22 passes for 132 yards and 2 interceptions … Also played vs. Kentucky – 2-of-4 for 25 yards … Joined Tigers in 2000 after playing baseball in the Chicago Cubs organization for 3 years.

Played football, basketball and baseball at Jasper High School … Led baseball team to a pair of state titles in 1996 and 1997 and helped the football team to a state runner-up finish in 1996 … Named Indiana’s Mr. Baseball in 1997 and was a two-time first team all-state selection on the diamond … In football, passed for 940 yards and 12 TDs and rushed for 567 yards and nine scores as a senior … Posted a 10-0 mark with a 1.20 ERA in baseball as a senior … Also hit six home runs to go with 27 RBI and a .306 batting average.

Full name is Matthew Ryan Mauck … Goes by Matt … Born on Feb. 12, 1979 in Evansville, Ind. … Parents are Roger and Kathy Mauck … Has one brother, Geoff, and one sister, Libby … Very involved in the community and spends time visiting local elementary, middle and high schools … Also served as a volunteer coach for the University Lab School baseball team last spring … Hobbies include golf and fishing … Is engaged to Jill Klem and the couple will be married in February … Very athletic quarterback who joined the Tigers in the fall of 2000 after spending three seasons in the Chicago Cubs organization … Drafted in the sixth round of the 1997 Amateur Baseball Draft … Played three season in the Cubs organization, advancing to the Cubs’ Class A level … Was a catcher in the Minor Leagues … Originally signed with Nick Saban and Michigan State out of high school, but opted for pro baseball.

Mauck’s Career Passing and Rushing Totals

    Passing Rushing
Year G-GS Att. Comp. Int. Yds. TD Lg. Att. Yds. TD Lg.
2001 Fr.-RS 3-0 41 18 2 224 0 24 20 73 2 27
2002 So. 6-6 130 63 2 782 9 42 50 175 2 27
2003 Jr. 14-14 358 229 14 2,825 28 64 79 97 1 16
Totals 23-20 529 310 18 3,831 37 64 149 345 5 27
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