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Name:Ronald Curry
Hometown:Hampton, VA
High School:Hampton
Born:May 28, 1979 (40)
Height/Weight:6-2, 209
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football, Basketball, 1998 McDonald's All-American, 1998 Parade All-American
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12 college quarterbacks who successfully changed positions for the NFL
Ronald Curry, 2002: Curry was one of the greatest two-sport athletes of his time, starring in both football and basketball at both Hampton (Va.) High...

UNC-Virginia Postgame Notes
Marquise Williams' 52-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was the longest rush of his career. It was the 14th rushing touchdown of his career,...

Marquise Williams only latest UNC QB to step in
Marquise Williams, who as result of Bryn Renner's misfortune, will get the chance to follow in the footsteps of ex-Tar Heel quarterbacks like Ronald Curry,...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions
There are those who don't like the two quarterback system, but it's occasionally been effective in North Carolina history (Oscar Davenport/Ronald Curry, Oscar Davenport/Chris Keldorf),...

49ers hire former Raiders WR Ronald Curry as assistant coach
The 49ers on Monday hired former Raiders wide receiver Ronald Curry to be an offensive assistant. Curry spent seven seasons with the Raiders, including two...

Video: Ronald Curry 48-Yard TD Run Las Vegas Bowl
North Carolina quarterback Ronald Curry gets a great block from Deon Dyer, who springs Curry down the sidelines for a 48-yard touchdown run against San...

Video: Ronald Curry 62-Yard Peach Bowl TD Run
North Carolina quarterback Ronald Curry scrambles for a dramatic 62-yard touchdown run against Auburn in the 2001 Peach Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia on December 31,...

Video: 2001 Peach Bowl, UNC vs Auburn
North Carolina defeats Auburn 16-10 in the 2001 Peach Bowl behind the outstanding performance of Tar Heel quarterback Ronald Curry on December 31, 2001 in...

Walston: Catching Up With Ronald Curry
It's been a long time, Ronald Curry. The former Tar Heel quarterback visited football practice yesterday. Curry was the offensive MVP of the 1998 Las...

Ex-QB Ronald Curry offers role model for Terrell Pryor
Despite a successful career as the Tar Heels’ signal-caller, Ronald Curry lasted until the seventh round of the 2002 Draft, ending up with the Oakland...


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