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Place of birth:  Baytown, Texas
College:  Kansas State
Name  Ell III
Weight  93 kg
Siblings  Charles Godfrey
Height:  6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Undrafted:  2005
Role  American football player
Education  Kansas State University

Position:  Quarterback/Wide Receiver
Date of birth:  (1980-08-13) August 13, 1980 (age 35)

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Ell Roberson III (born August 13, 1980) is a former American football quarterback. Roberson played in college at Kansas State University and had brief career with the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League. He was the starting quarterback at K-State from 2001 to 2003, before starting a career in the Canadian Football League.

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College career

Roberson was a top recruit of Kansas State and Bill Snyder, who was an advocate of fast, mobile quarterbacks. He is in the K-State record books, such as # 4 on the single season quarterback rating of 143.2 in 2003 and he is also # 6 with a rating of 136.5 in 2002. He also holds the school record for touchdown passes in a season with 24 in 2003.

2003 Big 12 Championship game

Roberson was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2003 Big 12 Championship Game, completing 10 of 17 passes with no interceptions and four touchdown passes, which accounted for all Kansas State offensive scores in the game. He also rushed 17 times for 62 yards.

2004 Fiesta Bowl controversy

In the early morning hours of New Year's Day, 2004, police were called to the Kansas State team hotel in Paradise Valley, Arizona, by a woman who accused Roberson of sexually assaulting her. Roberson and the rest of the Kansas State team were in town to play Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl. Police did not arrest Roberson, and later determined that no crime had been committed and no charges should be filed, but an investigation by the Kansas State athletic department concluded that Roberson and several other players had violated unspecified team rules. As a result, Roberson was stripped of his scholarship by head coach Bill Snyder. Snyder determined this after the bowl game.

Canadian football

More recently, Roberson played quarterback in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes, where he was the third-string quarterback, until 2006, when he was changed to wide receiver. In 2005, his rookie season in the CFL, Roberson tore his rotator cuff and was out for the season. He was released from the team in 2006.


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