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Pat Barnes
#18 | Quarterback | Demons Roster

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Through 2001 Regular Season
Regular 36 80 379 45 4.7 34 0 2 5 61.4 11 39 3.5 13 1
Position: QB
How Acquired: T1-00
Last Team: Frankfurt (NFLE)
College: California ’96
NFL Games/Starts: 1-0

Career: Supplies the Demons with a portion of the best 1-2 arsenal at quarterback in the XFL with ability to detect all receivers, scramble when necessary and use short passing game …. Obtained in the first territorial protection group of 11 players after school-best career at California …. Fourth quarterback tabbed in 1997 NFL draft of college talent, answering call by Kansas City in fourth round …. Despite dividing time with Jake Delhomme all season, fired three scoring passes to lead Frankfurt to 1999 World Bowl victory …. Owns NFL Europe record for career touchdown passes with 30 over 1999-2000 campaigns. 2000: Returned to Frankfurt as starter for defending league champion and authored another productive NFL Europe campaign …. Finished year as league’s No. 3 passer, hitting 55.2 per cent of 250 passes for 1,954 yards and 18 touchdowns with only 10 interceptions …. Also scored twice by rushing for No. 2-ranked offense in NFLE …. Best victory was a 31-30 triumph at World Bowl participant Scottish Claymores …. Signed with New Orleans after the season and participated in training camp. 1999: Connected on 12 of 16 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns in 38-24 dispatching of Barcelona Dragons in title game, erasing sub-par performance against Barcelona during regular season …. Propelled two touchdown passes in four different games, including a game-winning toss in overtime at Scotland …. Accounted for season-best 239 yards through the air that day, hitting 17 of 30 passes …. Also notched two scoring aerials against Berlin in both contests and vs. Scotland twice …. Allocated to NFLE by Oakland, but released during training camp …. Signed with 49ers three times during NFL season, adorning active roster for 11 games and seeing action against Pittsburgh. 1997: After being one of 11 quarterbacks selected in April college draft, was listed as Kansas City’s No. 3 quarterback in 14 of 16 games, assuming the back-up role for a November contest at Jacksonville. Threw touchdown pass and ran for another score during the Chiefs’ pre-season schedule.

College:Blossomed as senior under Coach Steve Mariucci, ending as the Pac-10’s leading passer in 1996 and authoring 18 school and seven conference records that season …. Among those marks, established Cal records for career touchdowns (54), one-season passing yardage (3,499) and one-season scoring passes (31) …. He is No. 2 on the Bears’ all-time passing list …. Ranked sixth nationally in passing efficiency …. Selected as MVP of the Senior Bowl, directing four scoring drives in five possessions and hitting three touchdown passes, but suffered a wrist fracture in East-West Shrine contest …. Capped career with a 57.2 accuracy percentage on 912 passes for 7,047 yards …. Passed for 503 yards and eight touchdowns during overtime victory over Arizona during senior year, guiding Bears’ offense to 659 total yards …. Went 132 passes without interception during junior season.

Personal: Born Feb. 23, 1975 in Arlington Heights, Ill. …. Attended Trabuco Hills HS in Mission Viejo, Calif. …. Earned perfect 10 votes in Best of West poll of collegiate prospects in 1992 …. Passed for 6,441 yards as prep and 46 touchdowns ….Brother John started at quarterback for UCLA and Cal-Santa Barbara …. Currently resides in Dove Canyon, Calif.

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