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WHY VANDALS? Don’t use your dictionary to find Idaho’s definition of a Vandal. No, Idaho’s student-athletes go by a name earned nearly a century ago by a basketball team coached by Hec Edmundson, whose teams played defense with such intensity and ferocity that sports writers said they “vandalized” their opponents. The mark made by that 1917 team went far deeper than wins and losses on the court. In 1917, Harry Lloyd “Jazz” McCarty – a writer for the student newspaper, the Argonaut – subtly tagged the team with a new nickname in a pregame write-up: “The opening game with Whitman will mark a new epoch in Idaho basketball history, for the present gang of ‘Vandals’ have the best material that has ever carried the ‘I’ into action.” McCarty’s indirect suggestion stuck. By 1921, McCarty and Edward Maslin Hulme, the dean of the College of Liberal Arts, succeeded in their push to have Vandals officially adopted as the nickname for Idaho teams. Adding a special touch were Edmundson’s roots. He was from Moscow and made a name for himself at Idaho as one of the nation’s top distance runners. He eventually left Idaho to coach at the University of Washington where the Huskies still play basketball in the building bearing his name – the Edmundson Pavilion.

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LS 2012 QUICK FACTS/CREDITS Founded ..................................................... 1889 Location ...................................... Moscow, Idaho (Moscow is located in the Pacific Time Zone) Enrollment ............................................... 11,730 President .................................. Dr. Duane Nellis Director of Athletics...................... Dr. Rob Spear Nickname............................................... Vandals Colors ............................ Silver and Vandal Gold Arena ............................................. Kibbie Dome Surface ....................................... RealGrass Pro Capacity................................................... 16,000 All-time football record ......................418-538-23 Affiliation .................... Football Bowl Subdivision Conference ............................... Western Athletic

Head coach .......................................Robb Akey Alma mater: Weber State, 1988 Assoc. AD/Business .......................Matt Kleffner Assoc. AD/Development ................. Tim Mooney Senior Woman Administrator ....... Debbie Buchanan Compliance....................................John Wallace Director of Athlete Services ........... Barrie Steele Strength and Conditioning ...... Jake Scharnhorst Director of Academic Services........Tom Sanford Ticket manager ............................ Kera Bardsley Kibbie Dome Manager ..................... Tyson Drew Athletic department phone............208-885-0200 Athletic department fax .................208-885-2862 Football phone ..............................208-885-0235

Athletic department mailing address: University of Idaho P.O. Box 442302 Moscow, Idaho 83844-2302 Ticket office ...208-885-6466 or 1-888-884-3246 Press box phone..........................208-885-0211 MEDIA RELATIONS Asst. AD/football contact.................. Becky Paull Office phone .................................208-885-0245 Cell phone ....................................208-669-0411 E-mail ..................................bpaull@uidaho.edu Spencer Farrin ..............................208-885-7065 Nick Heidelberger .........................208-885-0211 Website............................. www.GoVandals.com

CREDITS: This publication was produced by Becky Paull of the UI Athletic Media Relations Department with special thanks to Spencer Farrin and Nick Heidelberger for their general support, and to Allison Wagner for her written contributions. Photography by Bruce Mann, Larry Johnson, Spencer Farrin, Milan Chuckovich, and Jonathan Billings of Archer Photography (Moscow).

MEDIA POLICIES/INFORMATION NEWS RELEASES All Idaho news releases are available via e-mail and are posted on www.GoVandals.com. If you would like to receive e-mail releases, please contact the media relations office. INTERVIEWS All player interviews must be set up through the Media Relations Office – (208) 885-0245/0211. Players are available after practice on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. No player interviews are allowed after Wednesday of game week. WEEKLY NEWS CONFERENCE Head coach Robb Akey has a weekly news conference Mondays at 10:30 a.m. (Pacific). The conferences are in Team Room A on the first floor of the Kibbie Dome. Teleconference access is available. To join the news conference through the teleconference system, contact the Idaho media relations office. Akey also is available for individual interviews, which can be set up through the Media Relations Office. He also is on the Western Athletic Conference weekly call at 10:07 a.m. (Pacific). VIDEO/AUDIO REQUESTS Weekly video interviews with Akey and selected players are provided by the UI Media Relations. They are provided via FTP. If you would like to be included on the list, please contact the media relations office. PRACTICE POLICY Practices are open, although video photography may be limited during certain segments of practice. All photographers and reporters are asked to check in with the Media Relations office prior to attending a practice session. VISITING TV/RADIO Incoming or 800-service calls are available. Contact the Media Relations Office for further information. WIRELESS Free wireless internet is available throughout the facility. Please contact the Media Relations office for details. CREDENTIALS Season credentials will be issued to all media outlets who regularly cover University of Idaho football. Individual game credentials for visiting teams should be requested 10 days prior to the game. PARKING Parking passes will be issued to all media outlets who regulary cover Vandal athletics and on a game-by-game basis. Members of the media who regularly cover Vandal athletics are encouraged to obtain a media parking pass from Idaho Parking and Information Services, which is located in the North Campus Center. This will make access to the Kibbie Dome parking lot more convenient for weekday interviews. POST-GAME POLICY The University of Idaho locker room is closed to all members of the media. After a 10-minute cooling off period, the visiting coach and selected players will be made available in an interview area outside their locker room. Idaho players and coaches will be in the media room (Team rooms A/B) on the ground level of the Kibbie Dome. Post-game stat packets will be handed out during the post-game conference.

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B I K I U S A Kibbie Dome Facts • First game: vs. Idaho State, Sept. 20, 1975 • Dedication game: vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975 • Coach when it opened: Ed Troxel • Quarterback when it opened: Dave Comstock • Center height of roof: 150 feet • Roof arches span 400 feet

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• Roof covers 4.5 acres • 800 accoustical tiles hang from roof • Each accoustical tile is 144 square feet • Floor surface is 93,550 square feet • Playing surface: RealGrass Pro • All-time record: 118-69-1 • West end wall replaced 2009 • East end wall replaced 2011 • Premium seating added 2011

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17,600 vs. Boise State, Nov. 11, 1989 17,000 vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008 17,000 vs. Boise State, Oct. 21, 2006

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16,500 vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1987 16,453 vs. Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010 16,400 vs. Montana, Oct. 22, 1983 16,389 vs. New Mexico St., Nov. 11, 2000 16,295 vs. Boise State, Nov. 18, 1995 16,250 vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975 16,100 vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 1, 1988 16,000 vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009 15,390 vs. UNLV, Sept. 18, 2010 15,807 vs. Weber State, Oct. 16, 1976 15,800 vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1985 15, 635 vs. Hawai`i, Sept. 24, 2005 15,600 vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1985 15,500 vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1991 15,500 vs. Nevada, Oct. 28, 1989 15,500 vs. E. Washington, Nov. 2, 1985 15,500 vs. Boise State, Oct. 13, 1979 15,400 vs. Boise State, Nov. 19, 1983 15,309 vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011 15,236 vs.Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009 15,200 vs. Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983 15,200 vs. Montana, Oct. 15, 1977 15,162 vs. Idaho State, Sept. 16, 2006 15,110 vs. Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011 15,107 vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 7, 2006 15,100 vs. Nevada, Oct. 17, 1987 15,084 vs. Boise State, Nov. 20, 1993 15,054 vs. Montana, Nov. 6, 1993 15,047 vs. Fresno State, Oct. 22, 2005 15,013 vs. Nevada, Nov. 4, 2006 15,013 vs Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008 15,012 vs. Louisiana Tech, Nov. 12, 2005 15,010 vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008 15,006 vs. Utah State, Oct. 1, 2005 15,003 vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008 15,002 vs. San Jose State, Nov. 1, 2008 15,000 vs. Weber State, Oct. 2, 1982 15,000 vs. Montana State, Oct. 18, 1980

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IDAHO INDIVIDUAL  Most yards rushing: 221, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002  Most carries: 32, Mike McCurdy vs. Northern Arizona, Sept. 30, 1978  Most rushing touchdowns: 4, twice (DeMaundray Woolridge vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009, and Kerry Hickey vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 13, 1982)  Most yards passing: 527, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most completions: 37, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most attempts: 59, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most touchdown passes: 6, three times (Brian Lindgren vs. San Diego State, Sept. 21, 2002; Eric Hisaw vs. Montana, Oct. 21, 1995, and Doug Nussmeier vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992)  Most interceptions thrown: 5, Rick Sloan vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1985  Most yards receiving: 241, Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990  Most receptions: 14, Eric Yarber vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1995  Most touchdown receptions: 4, twice (Yo Murphy vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992, and Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985)  Most yards total offense: 543, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most all-purpose yards: 242, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002  Most touchdowns scored: 5, four times (Sherriden May vs. Southwest Texas, Sept. 11, 1993; Sherriden May vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 31, 1992; Yo Murphy, vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992; Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985, and Kerry Hickey vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 13, 1982  Most field goals: 5, Tim McMonigle vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 3, 1984 IDAHO TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES  221, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002  217, Robert Brooks vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975  202, Sherriden May vs. Weber State, Sept. 19, 1992  201, Robert Taylor vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 20, 1976  194, Sherriden May vs. Montana State, Oct. 15, 1994  194, Devon Pearce vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 3, 1990  190, Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State, Oct. 13, 1990  186, Russell Davis vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1981  173, Devon Pearce vs. Weber State, Sept. 22, 1980  168, Joel Thomas vs. Idaho State, Oct. 3, 1998  168, Sherriden may vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 5, 1994  167, Brian Allen vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

IDAHO TOP RECEIVING PERFORMANCES  241, Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990  221, Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985  213, Vic Wallace vs. Weber State, Oct. 1, 1982  192, Eric Jorgensen vs. Montana, Oct. 10, 1987  183, David Jackson vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 16, 1989  182, Brant Bengen vs. Montana State, Nov. 8, 1986  182, John Jake vs. Weber State, Nov. 28, 1987  179, Lee Allen vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 21, 1989  171, Yo Murphy vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992  167, Brian Allen vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  164, Lee Allen vs. Montana, Nov. 26, 1988 IDAHO TOP PASSING PERFORMANCES  527, (37-59-4, 6), Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  445, (32-51-0, 2), John Friesz vs. Nevada, Oct. 28, 1989  440, (25-37-0, 4), Ken Hobart vs. Boise State, Nov. 19, 1983  437, (28-51-0, 2), John Friesz vs. Montana, Sept. 28, 1989  423, (30-50-1, 4), John Friesz vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1987  423, (27-54-3, 2), Nathan Enderle vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007  409, (13-51-0, 1), John Welsh vs. North Texas, Nov. 17, 2001  409, (24-46-2, 2), John Friesz vs. Weber State, Nov. 28, 1987  403, (24-29-0, 4), Scott Linehan vs. Mankato State, Sept. 24, 1985  400, (18-32-1, 3), John Friesz vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 21, 1989  396, (34-50-0, 2), Brian Brennan vs. North Texas, Oct. 4, 1997  388, (30-46-0, 3), Ryan Fien vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 2, 1996  386 (24-43-1, 2), Ryan Fien vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 9, 1996  382 (29-46-0, 6), Brian Lindgren vs. San Diego State, Sept. 21, 2002  374, (17-26-0, 5), Eric Hisaw vs. Idaho State, Oct. 1, 1994  372, (22-41-1, 3), Brian Brennan vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994

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OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL  Most yards rushing: 252, Otto Kelly, Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983  Most rushing touchdowns: 4, Eric Hill, Weber State, Oct. 28, 1978  Most carries: 34, Anthony Corley, Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983  Most yards passing: 558, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most passing attempts: 82, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most pass completions: 43, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most passing touchdowns: 5, five times (Derek Carr, Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011; Colin Kaepernick, Nevada, Nov. 6,2010; David Neill, Nevada, Oct. 24, 1998; Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995, and Brad Lebo, Montana, Nov. 16, 1991)  Most interceptions: 5, Jeff Lewis, Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994  Most total yards: ?, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most yards receiving: 222, Mike Erhardt, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most receptions: 11, twice (Dell Stillson, Weber State, Sept. 19, 1992, and Kipp Bedard, Boise State, Nov. 21, 1981)  Most touchdown receptions: 4, Marvin Turk, Montana, Nov. 16, 1991  Most field goals: 8, Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona, Oct. 25, 1986 OPPONENT TEAM  Most yards rushing: 453, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010  Most rushing attempts: 79, Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978  Most yards passing: 596, Nevada, Oct. 24, 1998  Most passing attempts: 72, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most yards total offense: 844, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010  Most offensive plays: 101, Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978  Most points: 63, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997  Most touchdowns: 9, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997  Most rushing touchdowns: 5, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997  Most passing touchdowns: 6, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010  Most points in one half: 38, Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010  Most points in one quarter: 28, Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010  Fewest first downs allowed: 10, North Texas, Oct. 4, 1997  Fewest yards rushing allowed: 25, Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990  Fewest yards passing allowed: 76, Northern Arizona, Nov. 15, 1980  Fewest total yards allowed: 163, Northern Arizona, Oct. 25, 1986  Most interceptions:  Most fumbles lost:  Most sacks: 8, Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990

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Coaching staff Head coach Robb Akey ......................10-12 Mark Criner .............................................. 13 Eti Ena ..................................................... 14 Jason Gesser ........................................... 15 Torey Hunter ............................................ 16 Mike Levenseller ...................................... 17 Patrick Libey ............................................ 18 Wayne Moses .......................................... 19 Al Pupunu ................................................ 20 Gordy Shaw ............................................. 21 Football support staff ...................................... 22 Seniors ......................................................24-45 Numerical roster ........................................46-47 Alphabetical roster .....................................48-49 Squad breakdown......................................50-51 Player bios .................................................52-93 2012 opponents Bowling Green State ............................... 96 Brigham Young ...................................... 100 Eastern Washington................................. 96 Louisiana State ........................................ 97 Louisiana Tech ......................................... 99 New Mexico State .................................... 98 North Carolina .......................................... 98 San Jose State ...................................... 100 Texas State .............................................. 99 UT San Antonio ...................................... 101 Utah State .............................................. 101 Wyoming .................................................. 97 Historically vs. 2012 opponents .............102-103 2012 bowl schedule ...................................... 104 2012 composite schedule ............................. 104 2011 in review Game by game ............................... 106-111 Idaho statistics ................................ 112-115 WAC statistics ................................. 116-120 History and records All-time coaches .............................122-123 NFL Vandals ...................................124-125 Kibbie Dome records ..............................6-7 Vandal legends ...............................126-127 Vandal All-Americans ............................. 128 Vandal All-Stars...................................... 129 All-conference Vandals .......................30-31 Team awards ....................................132-33 All-time lettermen ............................134-138 Year-by-year leaders.......................139-144 Individual single-game records .......145-146 Team single-game records .................... 147 Team season records ............................ 148 Individual single-season records ....149-153 Individual career records ................154-158 Bowl records ...................................159-161 All-time scores ................................162-167 University of Idaho/WAC .......................168-176 CREDITS: This publication was produced by Becky Paull of the UI Athletic Media Relations Department with special thanks to Spencer Farrin and Nick Heidelberger for their general support, and to Allison Walker for her written contributions. Photography by Bruce Mann, Larry Johnson, Mark Planck, Ilya Pinchuk, Joe Pallen of UI Photo Services, Jonathan Billings of Archer Photography (Moscow), and Gaylen Wood.

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ports, football in particular, have been a part of Robb Akey’s life for as long as he can remember. As he neared the end of his college playing days, he made it official – football would be his life. He embarked on a career path that began at his alma mater, made a couple more stops in the West before he landed at the University of Idaho in his first head coaching role.

“I love football and I love making a difference in kids’ lives,” Akey said. “We have the opportunity to be the biggest influence during their most formative years. I love the opportunity we have in growing young men up. “Success stories keep you going. At every stop, there’s a story about football saving someone’s life.” He points to the people in his life – all of whom spent times prowling the sidelines, who channeled him in the right direction. His dad was one but so, too, are two coaches – Mike Price and Bill Doba. “I learned a lot from them,” he said. “I was fortunate to have the opportunity to be around them.” From the day he signed his contract in December 2006, he infused the Vandal Nation with a sincere energy and enthusiasm – and a passion to return Idaho to the glory days he remembers as a player and coach at Weber State and as a coach at Northern Arizona and Washington State. “I’ve been very familiar with this program from the first day that I played college football because we played Idaho when I was at Weber State,” Akey said. “I know Idaho and the success that it has had in the past, and the great history that this program possesses. “It’s my desire to bring that pride back into this program and get it back to the point that it once was where it was a force in Western football – and I want it to be a nationally known team.”

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LS 2012 Sixth season • 19-43 at Idaho/overall 2009 Humanitarian Bowl Champion Weber State, 1988 • Wasson High School Colorado Springs, Colo. • July 24, 1966 Wife, Molly • Sons, Jack and Daniel

Akey’s first mission at Idaho was to build stability since he was the Vandals’ fourth head coach in five years. Next, was making clear his expectations – on and off the field, and what the consequences would be for those who failed to meet them. His mission: for the players to be accountable to one another and their coaches in what essentially is one large family. “They needed to know that somebody wanted to be their coach and intended to build a program here,” he said. “I know that they have been told that before, so what they needed to see and what I’ve worked hard to show them, is that when I tell them that I’m going to do something, it gets backed up with action.” Akey recognizes the passion not only the players but boosters, alums and friends have for the Vandal athletic programs. He’s responded in kind. “People are very passionate about this program,” Akey said. “When they see me and my staff are equally passionate about the program, they will respect that. “I’m committed to being here and I’m excited about what we can do. I didn’t take this job to be someplace else. I took this job to be the head coach at the University of Idaho.” Akey spent time during the summer of 2009 visiting with U.S. troops in Afghanistan. It left a lasting impression on him as he continues his support of U.S. troops.

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uring his journey to a Division I head job, Akey has traveled hundreds of miles. The distance between the last few was only eight miles.

He arrived at Washington State University as the defensive line coach in 1999 and fell in love with the area. When he was given the added responsibility of defensive coordinator for the Cougars in 2003, Akey came to appreciate the many positive aspects of the Palouse. “It’s the perfect place to build a family,” said Akey. “I also think

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VANDAL it’s the perfect place to build a family of a football team. We have the ability to eliminate the distractions of the city, so when we bring players in here they can focus on what’s important to them and that’s getting their degree and being the best player they can be.” Before arriving on the Palouse, Akey traversed the West. He was raised in Colorado and played for Weber State before coaching stints at his alma mater, NAU and WSU. While at Weber State, he not only played for the man, Mike Price, who eventually would lure him to the Palouse, he met his wife, Molly. Turns out his bride-to-be, Molly Hannan Akey, was the daughter of the Dick Hannan, then athletics director at Weber State but who also held the same post at Lewis-Clark State College during one of the most important eras in its history. He would learn much from Price; the man to whom Akey credits with influencing him the most as a coach. After four years of playing defense for the Wildcats, Akey received his first opportunity to coach when Price hired him as an assistant defensive line coach. Only one year into his stint as the assistant defensive line coach at Weber State, Akey took over as the defensive line coach. After five years there, Akey accepted a job at Northern Arizona University where a relationship with current Vandal offensive coordinator Steve Axman would be forged. Just as at Weber State, Akey displayed his desire to lead, and accepted a promotion to defensive coordinator after just one year. In 1999, Price came calling with an opportunity for Akey to coach in the Pac 10. He coached the Cougars’ defensive line for four seasons before being elevated to defensive coordinator in 2003. That step on the ladder included three 10-victory seasons, three top-10 finishes, one Outland Trophy winner, and the individual and unit that led the nation in quarterback sacks.

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As to what he considers the most important message he can impart to his players: “Get up every day and compete. Don’t quit. Persevere.”

1988 Asst. defensive line coach Weber State University 1989-94 Defensive line coach Recruiting coordinator Special teams coordinator Weber State University 1995 Special teams coordinator, Linebackers coach Northern Arizona University 1996-98 Defensive coordinator Northern Arizona University 1999-2002 Defensive line coach Washington State University 2003-06 Defensive coordinator, Defensive line coach Washington State University

• Coach of 2009 Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl Champion • 2009 team had secondbest turnaround in FBS • 2009 Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year by Sporting News and Phil Steele’s College Football • 2009 Inland Northwest Sportswriters and Broadcasters Coach of the Year • Coached Washington State teams that went to the Sun (2001 season), Rose (2002 season) and Holiday (2003 season) bowls

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One of the most difficult coaching positions for Robb Akey to fill when he took over as head coach at Idaho was the job of defensive coordinator. “Because I am a former defensive coordinator,” he said, “it’s not always easy to say, ‘All right you go run the defense now.’ ” Luckily for Akey, he found a replica of his aggressive defensive mindset in Mark Criner. “He and I share a lot of the same beliefs about how defense needs to be played. He’s aggressive and he gets after it.” To realize the positive aspects Criner brings to the table, Akey simply points to everything Criner has accomplished in his career. “At each of the spots that he has been a coordinator, they’ve been the No. 1 defense in their conference,” Akey said. “At Middle Tennessee and Cincinnati, they were ranked in the top 20 defenses in all of Division I-A.” Criner’s coaching career brings a familiarity with the region. He was first a graduate assistant then an assistant at current Western Athletic Conference member Utah State when the Aggies were part of the Big West Conference. He also spent seven seasons with Portland State where he had his first stint as a defensive coordinator after five years as an assistant. Criner has a unique connection to Idaho. He literally grew up in football. His dad, Jim, was a legendary coach at rival Boise State. While he spent his formative years in Idaho, he was born at Fresno, Calif., and graduated from Ames (Iowa) High School. You could say football is in his blood with both uncles on his father’s side establishing successful coaching careers in their own rights. “He’s proven his ability to get it done,” Akey said. “He’s a good fit all the way around.”

Sixth season Boise State University, 1990 Ames (Iowa) High School Fresno, Calif. Dec. 18, 1966 Wife, Angela Children, Madison, Calin, Jackson, Brooklyn

2006 Assistant, University of Minnesota 2005 Defensive coordinator, Middle Tennessee 2004 Assistant, Middle Tennessee

2003 Defensive coordinator, Cincinnati 2002 Assistant, Cincinnati 2000-01 Defensive coordinator, Portland State

1993-97 Assistant, Portland State 1992-93 Assistant, Utah State 1991-92 Graduate assistant, Utah State

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Since beginning his coaching career with the Vandals in 2009, Eti Ena has fit perfectly into his position as the defensive line coach. Coach Robb Akey had this to say about Ena, who is beginning his fourth season at Idaho: “He’s a great teacher and a great communicator. His reputation among the young men he’s coached is outstanding.” Ena looks at coaching the same as being a parent. “Being consistent – teaching them the right way to do things; doing them over and over and over again until that teaching becomes a habit.” This is one of his coaching strategies that has made him stand out to his athletes. Ena has a love for the game of football saying the main reason he went to college was to play football. He knew he wanted to be a coach after he made the realization that he wanted to be able to provide the same opportunity he had to other young men. And it’s part of his heritage – both his father and brother coach. Ena began his collegiate coaching career at his alma mater, Easter Washington University. He was the defensive line coach (2004-05) and assistant linebackers coach (2003). After three years at EWU, Ena spent three seasons at Eastern Oregon University. He was the Mountaineers’ assistant head coach, defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator. In 2006 and 2007, he also served as the linebackers coach and conditioning coach. Akey said “his experience at all levels of football is a tremendous bonus.” Ena began his college playing days as a linebacker at Utah’s Snow College and Walla Walla (Wash.) Community College before he transferred to Eastern Washington University.

Fourth season Eastern Washington University, 2005 Inchelium High School Inchelium, Wash. April 12, 1974 Wife, Latona Children, Corey, Moia, Fuamai, Eti Jr.

2008 Assistant head coach Eastern Oregon University

2003-05 Assistant Eastern Oregon University

2006-07 Defensive coordinator Eastern Oregon University

1997-98 Assistant coach Shelton High School

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Former Washington State and Tennessee Titans quarterback Jason Gesser joined the Vandals in 2011 as the running backs coach and moved to the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach last spring. “I’m very excited about adding Jason to our staff,” said head coach Robb Akey said, who coached at Washington State when Gesser was the Cougars’ star quarterback. “He’s got great leadership ability. He started his coaching career and he’s one of the greatest competitors that I’ve ever seen. If even a little bit of that rubs off on our players it will go a long way.” Gesser, a native of Hawai`i, was happy with the opportunity to reunite with Akey. “It really is a dream come true working for a guy like that,” Gesser said of Akey. “I’ve been trying for the last handful of years to see if he’d let me join his staff and I finally got him to bite. I’ve seen his kids grow in front of my eyes and I’m very close with his family. I’ve spent a lot of time with him not only as a player but since he’s been coaching at Idaho.” While at Washington State from 1998-2002, Gesser was a first-team All-American and Pac-10 Offensive MVP. He led the Cougars to the program’s first back-to-back 10-win seasons and in 2002 he finished seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting. Gesser played for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans from 2003-05 before quarterbacking the Canadian Football League’s Calgary Stampede from 2005-06. He then played for the Arena Football League’s Utah Blaze from 2005-08. In 2008 Gesser founded Jason Gesser Elite Sports, which hosted 280 attendees at the 2010 Nike Northwest Elite Football Camp, and 135 at the 2009 Northwest Elite Football Camp. The company has also held multiple quarterback skills camps throughout the Northwest.

Second season Washington State University, 2002 St. Louis High School Honolulu, Hawai`i Nat 31m 1979 Wife, Kali Children, Jordyn and Kolten

2008-10 Head coach Eastside Catholic High School Sammanish, Wash.

2006 Quarterbacks coach Federal Way High School Federal Way, Wash.

2007 Offensive coordinator Franklin Pierce High School Parkland, Wash.

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Former Washington State Football player Torey Hunter began his career with the Vandals during the 2011-12 season as the cornerbacks coach. Hunter’s coaching career that began in 2002 wasn’t necessary the path he was looking to go. After playing professionally for seven years, coaching was something Hunter tried and fell in love with – he knew this was the career for him. “He’s played at a very high level,” head coach Robb Akey said. “And he’s been able to teach it. The thing that’s important to me is his ability to teach. He’ll bring a swagger to that position. Corners have to have that.” The part that is most overlooked in Hunter’s eyes is one of the key aspects that keeps him in the game. He enjoys teaching and nurturing, most importantly being able to sit down with a young man and help him shape his life and help him make the proper decisions for himself. Akey said that Hunter’s extensive defensive knowledge, which was honed during his four years as an all-Pac10 cornerback for Washington State, made the Tacoma (Wash.) native his first choice. Hunter’s first collegiate coaching stop was as the secondary coach at Western Washington in 2002. He then went on to be the secondary coach at Idaho State University from 2003-2006. He spent the 2007 season as the receivers coach at Central Washington before he went on to coach at Eastern Washington with former Central Washington coach Beau Baldwin. Baldwin accepted the EWU post position and recruited Hunter to follow. Hunter’s most recent rise to the top was coaching the Eastern Washington secondary during its 2010 Football Championship Subdivision title run. During Hunter’s playing days at Washington State, the Cougars won the Alamo and the Copper bowls. Hunter was a thirdround draft choice of the Houston Oilers and played professionally in the NFL, NFL Europe, CFL and Arena Football League. He is a graduate of Tacoma’s Curtis High School, where he was senior class president.

Second season Washington State University (1995, 2003) Curtis High School Tacoma, Wash. Feb. 10, 1972 Son, Trenton

2002 Western Washington University Secondary

2007 Central Washington University Receivers

2003-06 Idaho State University Secondary

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Mike Levenseller is entering his first season with the Vandals as receivers coach and passing game coordinator. Levenseller and Vandal head coach Robb Akey are no strangers to another. Both coached together for seven years at Washington State University until Akey left in 2007 to coach the Vandals. “We’ve won a lot of games together,” Akey said “We couldn’t get a better higher than we did with Mike Levenseller. I’m really fired up to have him join our staff.” Up until Levenseller was invited to help coach training camp for the Canadian Football league he never thought he would get into coaching. While there coaching, he realized he really enjoyed it. Levenseller eventually took a coaching job in Toronto full time. After coaching in Toronto, he moved to WSU where he served as the wide receivers coach. “He is one of the best receivers’ coaches in the country.” Akey said “He is a great teacher. He’s a great technician. He is exactly what we need for our receivers unit.” “I was taught very well in college” Levenseller says “A guy named Otto Stowe taught me the technical side and I have used it all these years; it’s the best thing I’ve ever seen” Levenseller successes include being on the top 10 receiving yardage list at WSU. He is on this list along with eight other receivers he has coached throughout the years. Levenseller spent three years playing in the NFL after being chosen in the sixth round of the 1978 NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders. He also played for Tampa Bay and Cincinnati. His coaching career began in British Columbia when he joined the Lions’ staff in 1986 as a guest coach guiding the receivers. He returned to Washington State in 1992, where he coached until joining the Vandals in the spring of 2012.

First season Washington State University (1978) Curtis High School Tacoma, Wash. Wife, Allison Children, J.T. and Jordan

2001-2011 Washington State University Offensive coordinator/Receivers

1990-91 Toronto Argonauts Receivers

1992-2000 Washington State University Receivers

1986-1989 British Columbia Lions Receivers

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Patrick Libey returned home to the University of Idaho when he joined Robb Akey’s staff as the Vandals’ secondary coach when Akey was hired in 2007. Libey added special teams coordinator to his assignment in 2009, which led to his coaching his first All-American (punter Bobby Cowan in 2011). Akey brought Libey back to Idaho because of his ties to the program that stemmed from his playing days as a linebacker from 2000-03 (he was a redshirt freshman on the Vandals’ first Humanitarian Bowl Championship team in 1999 and a coach when Idaho garnered its second bowl title in 2009). Libey has a growing list of stellar athletes who developed on his watch. Former safety Shiloh Keo, who graduated in 2010, ranks fifth all-time on Idaho’s tackles list and is the top defensive back in the group. Libey also has overseen the record-setting careers of Cowan and kicker Trey Farquhar – both seniors this fall. When Akey hired Libey, he said his ties to Idaho were paramount: “We brought part of the family back. He’s a Vandal. He’s an alum. He cares about this place big time. He puts his heart and soul into it.” During his time as an athlete at Idaho, Libey was a two-time captain for the Vandals as a linebacker. As a Vandal, Libey accumulated 225 total tackles with a career high of 72 his senior season (2003). He was second on the team as a junior with 69 in 2002. Akey underscores the fact that Libey is an Idaho alum by saying, “Having a Vandal on our staff is a big plus. He carries the Vandal pride to work with him every day. That’s an awesome deal for us.” Libey comes back to the Vandals from across the border where he was a graduate assistant at Washington State under Akey. Libey’s wife, Dawn, is a former University of Idaho soccer player. They have two daughters - Ryan and Reese.

Sixth season University of Idaho, 2004 Central Valley High School Spokane, Wash. Oct.. 11, 1980 Wife, Dawn Daughers, Ryan and Reese

2005-06 Graduate assistant Washington State University

2004 Assistant Central Valley High School

2005 Special teams coordinator/tight ends Central Valley High School

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Wayne Moses joined the Vandal staff after a four-year stint at UCLA as running backs coach. He has 32 years of college coaching experience and two more in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams from 2006-07. His notable career stops include UCLA, Stanford, Pittsburgh, USC, Washington and Cal in the last 15 years. He was part of a coaching staff at Pitt that won the 2004 Big East Championship and advanced to the first BCS bowl in program history. While at Washington, he helped lead the Huskies to 2000 Pac-10 title, Rose Bowl victory and a No. 3 final ranking. He was on staff with UCLA when the Bruins advanced to the 1994 Rose Bowl. In his extensive West Coast coaching and recruiting experience, Moses said he and coach Robb Akey first met in competition with each other, both in games and recruiting, and that they built a friendship based on their time working against each other. “We always were friendly and I got to know him and vice-versa,” Moses said. “Consequently, the situation came up here and he asked me to join up, and I’m awfully glad he did.” Moses began his coaching career in 1978 at Cal State Fullerton as a graduate assistant working with defensive backs. He went on to Chaffey Junior College as running backs coach in 1979, then to North Carolina State in 1980 as defensive backs coach. He served as running backs coach at Bowling Green for three years, Rutgers for two years and San Diego State for three years. He also served as a coaching intern over three summers with the Raiders, Seahawks and Broncos of the NFL. Moses was a four-year letterman at Washington and was a starting cornerback for two years as a junior and senior. As a senior, he helped lead the Huskies to a Pac-8 title, a 27-20 Rose Bowl victory over Michigan and a No. 10 final Associated Press ranking. Moses takes over Idaho’s vacant running back coach position left when former running backs coach Jason Gesser was promoted to offensive coordinator in the spring.

First season University of Washington (1977) San Dimas (Calif.) High School Birthdate: Jan. 11, 1955 Family: Wife, Rosalind; daughters, Valerie and Kimberly

1978 Cal State Fullerton 1979 Chaffey Junior College 1980 North Carolina 1981-83 Bowling Green

1984-85 Rutgers 1986-88 San Diego State 1989 New Mexico 1990-95 UCLA

1996 California 1997-2000 Washington 2001 USC 2002-03, 2005 Stanford

2004 Pittsburgh 2006-07 St. Louis Rams 2008-11 UCLA

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Former San Diego Charger and one-time FCS single-season receptions record holder Al Pupunu joined the Vandals for the 2010 season and made an immediate impact among the tight ends with Daniel Hardy heading to the NFL after being drafted following his senior season and Pupunu’s first. Pupunu, who comes to Idaho after two seasons at Southern Utah University, spent nine seasons in the NFL - seven with the Chargers. A tight end, he was the Offensive Player of the Game in the 1994 AFC Championship game and averaged 9.8 yards per catch during his career. He made his collegiate mark at Weber State, when Akey was on the Wildcats’ staff, by leading the FCS in receptions with 93 in 1991. That mark still stands as the second-best ever by a tight end in FCS history. “Al is a first-class person,” Akey said. “He proved to me he’s a very good teacher. He also brings along some tricks of the trade that come with having played this game successfully at the highest level. “I’m very happy and very excited about having Al as a member of our staff.” A native of Tonga, Pupunu attended Dixie State College for two years before transferring to Weber State. Not only was he an all-conference performer at Weber State, he was a Walter Camp All-American and is in the Wildcats’ Hall of Fame as well as the Dixie College Hall of Fame and Utah Sports Hall of Fame. He was presented with the Distinguished Utahn Award by former Prime Minister of England Margaret Thatcher. He and his wife, Mindi, have four children - Miley, Kade, Brynnli and Kenna.

Third season Weber State, 1991; Utah 2003 South High School, Salt Lake City, Utah Oct.. 17, 1969 Wife, Mindi Children, Miley, Brynnli, Kenna, Kade

2008-09 Southern Utah University Assistant head coach Tight ends/Running backs 2006-07 University of Utah Intern Tight ends

2002-05 Alta High School Tight ends/Offensive line 1988-89 Dixie College Assistant

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Gordy Shaw is no stranger to Moscow or the Western Athletic Conference. As the University of Idaho Vandals’ newly installed run game coordinator/offensive line coach, Shaw has a season on the Palouse as well three in the WAC on his resume. “I’m real excited we could get a coach of his caliber,” said Idaho coach Robb Akey as he announced Shaw’s addition to his 2012 staff. “He knows what it takes to have success here. He’s a great teacher; a great person. He’s going to fit in very, very well.” Shaw’s time at Idaho was during the 1989 championship campaign. At the time, he was the Vandals’ defensive coordinator and helped guide Idaho to a 9-3 overall record and an 8-0 mark in the Big Sky Conference. His career has been a mix of offensive and defensive coaching with his most recent position (2009-11) as Hawai`i’s offensive line coach. Shaw’s longest stay was a 13-year stint at Minnesota where he was the offensive line coach (1993-96), defensive line coach (1997-2000) and offensive line coach (2001-06). He was the 1999 Nike Assistant Coach of the Year. Shaw is a graduate of Cal Poly (1978) and earned his master’s degree at Northern Arizona (1984). His first foray into collegiate coaching was as a graduate assistant at Cal Poly (1977-78). From San Luis Obispo, he went to Cal State Northridge (1979), back to Cal Poly (198081), Northern Arizona (1982-84), Northern Colorado (1985-88), Idaho (1989) and Wyoming (1990-92) before embarking on his tenure at Minnesota. He was the offensive coordinator at South Dakota in 2008. He was the Nike Assistant Coach of the Year in 1999 In all, Shaw has coached in 10 bowl games.

First season Cal Poly, 1978 Northern Arizona, 1984 Wife, Debra Children, Whitney, Jenna, Aubrey

2009-11 University of Hawai`i Offensive line 2008 University of South Dakota Offensive coordinator

1993-2006 University of Minnesota Offensive line (2001-06) University of Minnesota Defensive line (1997-2000) Offensive line (1993-96) 1990-92 University of Wyoming Offensive line

1989 University of Idaho Defensive coordinator 1985-88 University of Northern Colorado Offensive coordinator/offensive line 1982-84 Northern Arizona University Defensive line

1980-81 Cal Poly Defensive line 1979 Cal State Northridge Defensive line

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Tyler Brooks Student Assistant Defense

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Barrie Steele Athletic Training

Shelley McLam Administrative Assistant

Mark Vaught Football Operations

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Grandview High School/Santa Monica College

HOMETOWN

7 97 3 5 79 76 3 43 57 94 4

James Baker Brett Ballard Dion Bass Ryan Bass Spencer Beale Jacob Benson Dominique Blackman Quinton Bradley QuayShawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Logan Bushnell

RB DL CB RB OL OL QB DE DL DE QB

6-2 5-9 5-9 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-2

228 228 193 213 319 340 254 239 303 272 207

Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr.

JC HS 1L 1L 1L RS TR RS 1L 1L 1L

Independence Community College/Boca Raton HS Eagle High School Centennial High School Centennial High School/Arizona State Lewiston High School Lake City High School Carson High School/Los Angeles Harbor Roosevelt High School Colony High School (Ontario, Calif.) Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational School Emerald Ridge High School

2 14 11 13 37

D’Mario Carter Tracy Carter Chad Chalich Bobby Cowan Donovan Cunningham

S CB QB P RB

5-10 5-11 6-0 6-5 5-10

215 178 205 229 216

Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

SQ 2L HS 3L SQ

Kennedy High School/Central Washington Seattle, Wash. Madison High School Mesquite, Texas Coeur d’Alene High School Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Evergreen High School Vancouver, Wash. Heritage HS/College of Siskysous/Western Washington Vancouver, Wash.

99 12 8 66 28 69

Jesse Davis Taylor Davis Austin DeCoud Logan Dieterich Solomon Dixon Larry Dugan

DE QB QB OL CB OL

6-6 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-2

286 232 216 339 164 360

So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

1L 1L HS HS RS SQ

Asotin High School Boulder Creek High School Redlands East Valley High School Bainbridge High School McKinley High School Gahr High School

95 Ryan Edwards 60 Cody Elenz 81 Taylor Elmo

DL OL TE

6-3 6-4 6-4

291 287 257

Fr. Fr. Jr.

RS RS 2L

Long Beach Poly Copperas Cove High School Eisenhower High School

61 Chester Faiai 21 Trey Farquhar 40 Maxx Forde

OL K DE

6-0 6-1 6-5

349 191 261

Jr. Sr. So.

JC 3L 1L

Samoana High School/Westhills College Redlands East Valley Woodinville High School

49 Austin Glenn 22 Lucas Graff 6 Aaron Grymes

LB WR CB

6-1 6-0 5-11

193 208 183

Fr. Fr. Sr.

HS RS 3L

Marsing High School Chiawana High School West Seattle High School

27 58 14 41 6 25 30 85

Todd Handley Jo Jo Harrington Camryn Harris Johnny Haskew Robert Hatchett III Jake Hennessey Tom Hennessey Clayton Homme

RB LB WR RB WR CB S TE

5-9 5-8 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-5

175 180 178 182 178 174 193 245

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr.

RS HS HS HS 1L HS SQ 2L

King High School Bishop Kelly High School Valley Christian High School Post Falls High School Centennial High School Mountain Home High School Mountain Home High School Southridge High School

48 77 52 4

Jace Johnson Jordan Johnson A.J. Jones Jayshawn Jordan

K OL OL CB

6-0 6-6 6-1 5-9

180 323 288 175

Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

HS 2L 1L HS

Eagle High School Santiago High School Chico High School/Butte College O’Dea High School

90 91 54 84 59

Karel Kearney Vince Keener Spenser Killman Jared Klingenberg Kerey Kuheana

DT DE LB TE LB

6-2 6-4 6-0 6-4 5-11

301 263 185 246 212

So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

1L 2L HS RS HS

John B. Connelly High School Westview High School Olympic High School Cedarcrest High School Alconbury American High School (Germany)

Grandview, Mo. Deerfield, Fla. Eagle, Idaho Corona, Calif. Corona, Calif. Lewiston, Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Carson, Calif. San Antonio, Texas Jackson Miss. Dortmund, Germany Puyallup, Wash.

Asotin, Wash. Anthem, Ariz. Redlands, Calif. Bainbridge Island, Wash. Honolulu, Hawai`i Cerritos, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Copperas Cove, Texas Yakima, Wash. Matu`u, American Samoa Redlands, Calif. Woodinville, Wash. Marsing, Idaho Pasco, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Riverside, Calif. Boise, Idaho Dublin, Calif. Post Falls, Idaho Compton, Calif. Mountain Home, Idaho Mountain Home, Idaho Kennewick, Wash. Eagle, Idaho Corona, Calif. Chico, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Austin, Texas Avondale, Ariz. Olympia, Wash. Carnation, Wash. Post Falls, Idaho

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Michael LaGrone Nik Landdeck Aaron Lazaro Eric Lemke Devin Lesley Jahrie Level Najee Lovett

TE LB OL TE CB WR WR

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273 6-0 6-4 6-4 5-9 6-0 5-9

Jr. 227 290 246 180 167 168

2L Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

15 26 45 74 55 10 89

Marquan Major Ma`ne Manaea Jake Manley Mike Marboe Homer Mauga Benson Mayowa Kyler Moats

WR S RB OL LB DE WR

6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3

183 180 237 296 234 252 203

Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr.

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Las Vegas High School Lakes High School Salmon River HIgh School Wenatchee High School Grossmont College/Helix High School Inglewood High School Moses Lake High School

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DT WR S

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Merrillville High School Vallivue High School Leander High School

71 51 36 42 16 10

Kyree Oliver Addison Palomino Justin Parkins Antonio Perez Justin Podrabsky Marsel Posey

OL LB RB DE TE WR

6-5 6-3 5-9 6-2 6-6 5-10

295 220 198 230 256 162

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr.

HS HS RS HS SQ 3L

Heritage High School Pinnacle High School Moscow High School Sheldon High School Lewiston High School Centennial High School

22 68 24 23 31 78 38 87

James Randall Guy Reynolds Jr. Zack Rhinehart Elan Richard Ringo Robinson Trent Rodgers Brennett Rodseth Roman Runner

LB OL QB LB LB OL CB WR

5-11 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-9 6-0

222 311 187 200 240 246 185 185

So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

1L 1L HS RS HS RS SQ JC

Compton High School Westview High School Fruitland High School Bellevue High School Vallivue High School Salmon River High School Auburn Riverside High School Freedom High School/CC of San Francisco

Compton, Calif. Avondale, Ariz. Fruitland, Idaho Bellevue, Wash. Caldwell, Idaho Riggins, Idaho Auburn, Wash. Oakley, Calif.

75 47 55 33 88 18 1 46 82

Kyle Salm Corey Sandberg Dallas Sandberg Conrad Scheidt Dontae Scott Mike Scott Robert Siavii Russell Siavii Ian Silbernagel

OL LB OL LB DT WR LB LB WR

6-6 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-2

292 222 311 234 291 196 225 185 201

So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

SQ RS RS 3L 1L 1L 3L HS RS

San Dimas High School Christian Liberty Academy Bradshaw Mountain High School Kamehameha High School Leilehua High School/Golden West College Palo Alto High School/Foothill College Leilehua High School Leilehua High School McKay High School

San Dimas, Calif. Prescott, Ariz. Prescott Valley, Ariz. Waianae, Hawai`i Waianae, Hawai`i East Palo Alto, Calif. Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Salem, Ore.

5 96 88 35

Thaad Thompson Toapasi ‘Pasi’ Toki Maurice Trotter Su`a Tuala

S DT WR LB

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216 306 193 225

Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

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Ellsworth College Chabot Junior College/Kaelekehe High School Mesa College/South Mountain High School Sacred Heart High/City College of San Francisco

Margate, Fla. Kaelekehe, Hawai`i Phoenix, Ariz. San Francisco, Calif.

1 Justin Veltung 70 Niklaus Von Rotz

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183 292

Sr. Jr.

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Puyallup High School Butte Community College/Chico High School

8 83 34 29 73 63 20 26 7 39 67

S WR LB WR OL OL CB RB S LB OL

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199 213 227 193 303 258 173 185 206 230 333

Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

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Redlands East Valley High School Coeur d’Alene High School McClymonds High School College of the Siskiyous/New Waverly High School Black Hills High School Marysville-Pilchuck High School Fairfax High School Cosumnes Oaks High School Leflore County High School LA Harbor/Palos Verdes High School Terry Fox Secondary

Gary Walker Deon Watson Jeremiah Walters Kyren Watts Ben Westrum Calvin White Christian Whitehead Andrew Williams Trey Williams Matthew Willis Mason Woods

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HOMETOWN

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Puyallup, Wash. Chico, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Oakland, Calif. New Waverly, Texas Tumwater, Wash. Marysville, Wash. Los Angeles, Calif. Elk Grove, Calif. Itta Bena, Miss. Palos Verdes, Calif. Port Coquitlam, B.C.

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6-1 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-5 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-3 5-11 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-0

225 183 215 168 193 254 207 175 213 216 183 178 228 206 216 199

Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

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Leilehua High School Puyallup High School Kennedy High School/Central Washington Contra Costa College/St.Mary’s High School Centennial High School Carson High School/Los Angeles Harbor Emerald Ridge High School O’Dea High School Centennial High School/Arizona State Ellsworth College West Seattle High School Centennial High School Independence Community College/Boca Raton HS Leflore County High School Redlands East Valley High School Redlands East Valley High School

DE WR QB S QB QB/P CB WR WR CB TE WR WR

6-3 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-6 5-11 6-0

252 162 205 202 232 229 178 178 183 180 240 178 187

Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr.

3L 3L HS 1L 1L 3L 2L HS RS HS SQ 1L JC

Inglewood High School Inglewood, Calif. Centennial High School Corona, Calif. Coeur d’Alene High School Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Leander High School Leander, Texas Boulder Creek High School Anthem, Ariz. Evergreen High School Vancouver, Wash. Madison High School Mesquite, Texas Valley Christian High School Dublin, Calif. Las Vegas High School Las Vegas, Nev. Nampa High School Nampa, Idaho Lewiston High School Lewiston, Idaho Palo Alto High School/Foothill College East Palo Alto, Calif. Miami Northwestern High School/El Camino College Miami, Fla.

CB K WR LB LB WR CB QB CB S RB RB CB WR

5-10 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-9 5-9 6-2

173 191 208 222 200 207 196 187 174 180 185 175 164 193

Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

SQ 3L RS 1L RS HS 1L HS HS HS HS RS RS JC

Fairfax High School Los Angeles, Calif. Redlands East Valley Redlands, Calif. Chiawana High School Pasco, Wash. Compton High School Compton, Calif. Bellevue High School Bellevue, Wash. Vallivue High School Caldwell, Idaho Grandview High School/Santa Monica College Grandview, Mo. Fruitland High School Fruitland, Idaho Mountain Home High School Mountain Home, Idaho Lakes High School Lakewood, Wash. Cosumnes Oaks High School Elk Grove, Calif. King High School Riverside, Calif. McKinley High School Honolulu, Hawai`i College of the Siskiyous/New Waverly High School New Waverly, Texas

Tom Hennessey S Ringo Robinson LB Eric Lemke TE Conrad Scheidt LB Jeremiah Walters LB Su`a Tuala LB Justin Parkins RB Donovan Cunningham RB Brennett Rodseth CB Matthew Willis LB

5-11 5-9 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-9 6-0

193 240 246 234 227 225 198 216 185 230

So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

SQ HS HS 3L RS 1L RS SQ SQ JC

Mountain Home High School Vallivue High School Issaquah High School Kamehameha High School McClymonds High School Sacred Heart High/City College of San Francisco Moscow High School HS/College of Siskysous/Western Washington Auburn Riverside High School LA Harbor/Palos Verdes High School

1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8

Robert Siavii Justin Veltung D’Mario Carter Najee Lovett Dion Bass Dominique Blackman Logan Bushnell Jayshawn Jordan Ryan Bass Thaad Thompson Aaron Grymes Robert Hatchett III James Baker Trey Williams Austin DeCoud Gary Walker

10 10 11 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 16 18 19

Benson Mayowa Marsel Posey Chad Chalich Bradley Njoku Taylor Davis Bobby Cowan Tracy Carter Camryn Harris Marquan Major Devin Lesley Justin Podrabsky Mike Scott Jahrie Level

20 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 26 26 27 28 29

Christian Whitehead Trey Farquhar Lucas Graff James Randall Elan Richard Skyler Nielson A.J. Annelus Zack Rhinehart Jake Hennessey Ma`ne Manaea Andrew Williams Todd Handley Solomon Dixon Kyren Watts

30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

HOMETOWN

Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Puyallup, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Berkeley, Calif. Corona, Calif. Carson, Calif. Puyallup, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Corona, Calif. Margate, Fla. Seattle, Wash. Compton, Calif. Deerfield, Fla. Itta Bena, Miss. Redlands, Calif. Redlands, Calif.

Mountain Home, Idaho Caldwell, Idaho Issaquah, Wash. Waianae, Hawai`i Oakland, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Moscow, Idaho Vancouver, Wash. Auburn, Wash. Palos Verdes, Calif.

UNIVERSITY OF I

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POS.

HT.

WT.

YR.

261 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-1

So. 182 230 239 227 237 185 222 180 193

1L Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

OL LB OL LB LB OL DL LB LB

6-4 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-3 5-8 5-11

290 220 288 185 234 311 303 180 212

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

RS HS 1L HS 2L RS 1L HS HS

Otay Ranch High School/Southwestern CC Pinnacle High School Chico High School/Butte College Olympic High School Grossmont College/Helix High School Bradshaw Mountain High School Colony High School (Ontario, Calif.) Bishop Kelly High School Alconbury American High School (Germany)

Cody Elenz Chester Faiai Calvin White Logan Dieterich Mason Woods Guy Reynolds Jr. Larry Dugan

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

6-4 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-9 6-2 6-2

287 349 258 339 333 311 360

Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

RS JC HS HS HS 1L SQ

Copperas Cove High School Samoana High School/Westhills College Marysville-Pilchuck High School Bainbridge High School Terry Fox Secondary Westview High School Gahr High School

70 71 73 74 75 76 77 78 79

Niklaus Von Rotz Kyree Oliver Ben Westrum Mike Marboe Kyle Salm Jacob Benson Jordan Johnson Trent Rodgers Spencer Beale

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

6-5 6-5 6-7 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-6 6-1 6-5

292 295 303 296 292 340 323 246 319

Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So.

JC HS RS 1L SQ RS 2L HS 1L

Butte Community College/Chico High School Heritage High School Black Hills High School Wenatchee High School San Dimas High School Lake City High School Santiago High School Salmon River High School Lewiston High School

Chico, Calif. Brentwood, Calif. Tumwater, Wash. Wenatchee, Wash. San Dimas, Calif. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Corona, Calif. Riggins, Idaho Lewiston, Idaho

80 81 82 83 84 85 87 88 88 89

Michael LaGrone Taylor Elmo Ian Silbernagel Deon Watson Jared Klingenberg Clayton Homme Roman Runner Dontae Scott Maurice Trotter Kyler Moats

TE TE WR WR TE TE WR DT WR WR

6-2 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-4 5-11 6-3

273 257 201 213 246 245 185 291 193 203

Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

2L 2L RS HS RS 2L JC 1L 1L RS

McQueen High School Eisenhower High School McKay High School Coeur d’Alene High School Cedarcrest High School Southridge High School Freedom High School/CC of San Francisco Leilehua High School/Golden West College Mesa College/South Mountain High School Moses Lake High School

Reno, Nev. Yakima, Wash. Salem, Ore. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Carnation, Wash. Kennewick, Wash. Oakley, Calif. Waianae, Hawai`i Phoenix, Ariz. Moses Lake, Wash.

90 91 93 94 95 96 97 99

Karel Kearney Vince Keener Matthew Neal Marius Burgsmueller Ryan Edwards Toapasi ‘Pasi’ Toki Brett Ballard Jesse Davis

DT DE DT DE DL DT DL DE

6-2 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-1 5-9 6-6

301 263 260 272 291 306 228 286

So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So.

1L 2L HS 1L RS JC HS 1L

John B. Connelly High School Westview High School Merrillville High School Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational School Long Beach Poly Chabot Junior College/Kaelekehe High School Eagle High School Asotin High School

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

Maxx Forde Johnny Haskew Antonio Perez Quinton Bradley Nik Landdeck Jake Manley Russell Siavii Corey Sandberg Jace Johnson Austin Glenn

DE RB DE DE LB RB LB LB K LB

50 51 52 54 55 55 57 58 59

Aaron Lazaro Addison Palomino A.J. Jones Spenser Killman Homer Mauga Dallas Sandberg QuayShawne Buckley Jo Jo Harrington Kerey Kuheana

60 61 63 66 67 68 69

6-5

EXP.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL

Woodinville High School HS Post Falls High School HS Sheldon High School RS Roosevelt High School RS Issaquah High School RS Salmon River HIgh School HS Leilehua High School RS Christian Liberty Academy HS Eagle High School HS Marsing High School

HOMETOWN

Woodinville, Wash. Post Falls, Idaho Elk Grove, Calif. San Antonio, Texas Issaquah, Wash. Riggins, Idaho Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Prescott, Ariz. Eagle, Idaho Marsing, Idaho Chula Vista, Calif. Phoenix, Ariz. Chico, Calif. Olympia, Wash. LaMesa, Calif. Prescott Valley, Ariz. Jackson Miss. Boise, Idaho Post Falls, Idaho

N U M E R I C A L

Copperas Cove, Texas Matu`u, American Samoa Marysville, Wash. Bainbridge Island, Wash. Port Coquitlam, B.C. Avondale, Ariz. Cerritos, Calif.

Austin, Texas Avondale, Ariz. Merrillville, Ind. Dortmund, Germany Long Beach, Calif. Kaelekehe, Hawai`i Eagle, Idaho Asotin, Wash.

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BY YEAR NO. NAME

4 5 4 13 21 6 6 52 19 10 10 33 88 18 1 24 88 35 1 8

POS.

A.J. Annelus Ryan Bass Logan Bushnell Bobby Cowan Trey Farquhar Aaron Grymes Robert Hatchett III A.J. Jones Homer Mauga Benson Mayowa Marsel Posey Conrad Scheidt Dontae Scott Mike Scott Robert Siavii Thaad Thompson Maurice Trotter Su`a Tuala Justin Veltung Gary Walker

CB RB QB P K CB WR OL LB DE WR LB DT WR LB DB WR LB WR S

JUNIORS NO. NAME

7 3 57 2 14 41 12 69 81 61 85 91 77 80 50 19 2 68 78 38 87 96 70 29 20 7 39

James Baker Dominique Blackman QuayShawne Buckley D’Mario Carter Tracy Carter Donovan Cunningham Taylor Davis Larry Dugan Taylor Elmo Chester Faiai Clayton Homme Vince Keener Jordan Johnson Michael LaGrone Aaron Lazaro Jahrie Level Najee Lovett Guy Reynolds Jr. Trent Rodgers Brennett Rodseth Roman Runner Pasi Toki Niklaus Von Rotz Kyren Watts Christian Whitehead Trey Williams Matthew Willis

BY EXPERIENCE

SOPHOMORES NO. NAME

SENIORS

POS.

RB QB DL S CB RB QB OL TE OL TE DE OL TE OL WR WR OL OL CB WR DT OL WR CB S LB

3 79 94 99 92 30 90 74 11 16 22 75

POS.

Dion Bass Spencer Beale Marius Burgsmueller Jesse Davis Maxx Forde Tom Hennessey Karel Kearney Mike Marboe Bradley Njoku Justin Podrabsky James Randall Kyle Salm

CB OL DE DE DE S DT OL S TE LB OL

FRESHMEN NO. NAME

97 76 43 11 8 66 28 55 60 49 22 27 58 14 41 25 48 4 54 84 59 44 32 16 15 26 45 89 93 23 71 51 36 42 24 23 31 47 55 46 82 34 83 73 63 26 67

Brett Ballard Jacob Benson Quinton Bradley Chad Chalich Austin DeCoud Logan Dieterich Solomon Dixon Ryan Edwards Cody Elenz Austin Glenn Lucas Graff Todd Handley JoJo Harrington Camryn Harris Johnny Haskew Jake Hennessey Jace Johnson Jayshawn Jordan Spenser Killman Jared Klingenberg Kerry Kuheana Nik Landdeck Eric Lemke Devin Lesley Marquan Major Ma`ne Manaea Jake Manley Kyler Moats Matthew Neal Skyler Nielson Kyree Oliver Addison Palomino Justin Parkins Antonio Perez Zack Rhinehart Elan Richard Ringo Robinson Corey Sandberg Dallas Sandberg Russell Siavii Ian Silbernagel Jeremiah Walters Deon Watson Jr. Ben Westrum Calvin White Andrew Williams Mason Woods

POS.

DL OL DE QB QB OL CB DL OL LB WR RB LB WR RB CB K CB LB TE LB LB TE CB WR S TE WR DT WR OL LB RB DE QB LB LB LB OL LB WR LB WR OL OL RB OL

3L NO. NAME

13 21 6 10 10 33 1 1 8

POS.

Bobby Cowan Trey Farquhar Aaron Grymes Benson Mayowa Marsel Posey Conrad Scheidt Robert Siavii Justin Veltung Gary Walker

P K CB DE WR LB LB WR S

2L NO. NAME

14 81 85 77 80 19 7

POS.

Tracy Carter Taylor Elmo Clayton Homme Jordan Johnson Michael LaGrone Homer Mauga Trey Williams

CB TE TE OL TE LB S

1L NO. NAME

4 3 5 79 57 94 4 99 12 69 92 6 90 74 87 11 22 68 88 18 24 88 35

POS.

A.J. Annelus Dion Bass Ryan Bass Spencer Beale QuayShawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Logan Bushnell Jesse Davis Taylor Davis Larry Dugan Maxx Forde Robert Hatchett III Karel Kearney Mike Marboe Daniel Micheletti Bradley Njoku James Randall Guy Reynolds Jr. Dontae Scott Mike Scott Thaad Thompson Maurice Trotter Su`a Tuala

CB CB RB OL DL DE QB DE QB OL DE WR DT OL WR S LB OL DT WR DB WR LB

SQ NO. NAME

2 41 30 16 38 75 20

D’Mario Carter Donovan Cunningham Tom Hennessey Justin Podrabsky Brennett Rodseth Kyle Salm Christian Whitehead

POS.

S RB S TE CB OL CB

JUNIOR CCOLLEGE NO. NAME POS.

7 2 96 29 39

James Baker Najee Lovett Pasi Toki Kyren Watts Matthew Willis

RB WR DT WR LB

TRANSFER NO. NAME

3

POS.

Dominique Blackman

QB

REDSHIRT NO. NAME

43 28 55 60 22 27 84 44 50 15 45 89 36 23 78 47 55 82 34 73

POS.

Quinton Bradley Solomon Dixon Ryan Edwards Cody Elenz Lucas Graff Todd Handley Jared Klingenberg Nik Landdeck Aaron Lazaro Marquan Major Jake Manley Kyler Moats Justin Parkins Elan Richard Trent Rodgers Corey Sandberg Dallas Sandberg Ian Silbernagel Jeremiah Walters Ben Westrum

DE CB DL OL WR RB TE LB OL WR TE WR RB LB OL LB OL WR LB OL

HIGH SCHOOL NO. NAME

97 76 11 8 66 49 58 14 41 25 48 4 54 59 32 16 26 23 93 23 71 51 42 24 31 46 83 63 26 67

Brett Ballard Jacob Benson Chad Chalich Austin DeCoud Logan Dieterich Austin Glenn JoJo Harrington Camryn Harris Johnny Haskew Jake Hennessey Jace Johnson Jayshawn Jordan Spenser Killman Kerry Kuheana Eric Lemke Devin Lesley Ma`ne Manaea Brandon Metzel Matthew Neal Skyler Nielson Kyree Oliver Addison Palomino Antonio Perez Zack Rhinehart Ringo Robinson Russell Siavii Deon Watson Jr. Calvin White Andrew Williams Mason Woods

POS.

DL OL QB QB OL LB LB WR RB CB K CB LB LB TE CB S WR DT WR OL LB DE QB LB LB WR OL S OL

UNIVERSITY OF I

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RETURNING STARTERS 5 57 94 13 99 12 81 21 6 85 77 90 80 74 19 10 33 88 18 1 1 8

Ryan Bass QuayShawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Bobby Cowan Jesse Davis Taylor Davis Taylor Elmo Trey Farquhar Aaron Grymes Clayton Homme Jordan Johnson Karel Kearney Michael LaGrone Mike Marboe Homer Mauga Benson Mayowa Conrad Scheidt Dontae Scott Mike Scott Robert Siavii Justin Veltung Gary Walker

BY HOME STATE AMERICAN SAMOA NO. NAME

POS.

61 Chester Faiai

OL

ARIZONA NO. NAME

12 51 68 47 55 88

Taylor Davis Addison Palomino Guy Reynolds Jr. Corey Sandberg Dallas Sandberg Maurice Trotter

POS.

QB LB OL LB OL WR

BRITISH COLUMBIA NO. NAME

POS.

67 Mason Woods

OL

CALIFORNIA NO. NAME

3 5 3 8 69 55 21 27 14 6 77 50 2 19 10 71 42

Dion Bass Ryan Bass Dominique Blackman Austin DeCoud Larry Dugan Ryan Edwards Trey Farquhar Todd Handley Camryn Harris Robert Hatchett III Jordan Johnson Aaron Lazaro Najee Lovett Homer Mauga Benson Mayowa Kyree Oliver Antonio Perez

POS.

CB RB QB QB OL DL K RB WR WR OL OL WR LB DE OL DE

RB DL DE P DE QB TE K CB TE OL DT TE OL LB DE LB DT WR LB WR S

10 22 87 75 18 35 8 34 37 20 26 39

2 6 12 12 1 3 8 12 12 1 2 4 7 12 2 6 11 2 9 * 3 12

Bowling Green, Texas A&M Virginia, Louisiana Tech, Hawai`i, San Jose State, Brigham Young, Nevada Long snapper in all games Starting punter in all games since redshirt freshman season Louisiana Tech Hawai`i, San Jose State, Brigham Young Played in all 12 games Starting kicker in all games since redshirt freshman season Started 21 successive games and has 28 career starts Bowling Green Bowling Green, New Mexico State Bowling Green, North Dakota, Fresno State, New Mexico State Played in all 12 games Started all 12 games at center Texas A&M and Brigham Young; has 13 career starts Missed two games with injury 11 starts in 2011; played as a true freshman in 2009 Texas A&M and Utah State Earned starting role after joining team in August 2011 Redshirted in 2011 but started every game in 2009 (13) and 2010 (13) as well as four in 2008 Fresno State, Louisiana Tech and New Mexico State Has 23 career starts

Marsel Posey James Randall Roman Runner Kyle Salm Mike Scott Su`a Tuala Gary Walker Jeremiah Walters Joshua Walters Christian Whitehead Andrew Williams Matthew Willis

FLORIDA NO. NAME

7 James Baker 24 Thaad Thompson GERMANY NO. NAME

94 Marius Burgsmueller HAWAI`I NO. NAME

28 33 88 1 46 96

Solomon Dixon Conrad Scheidt Dontae Scott Robert Siavii Russell Siavii Pasi Toki

IDAHO NO. NAME

97 79 76 11 49 58

Brett Ballard Spencer Beale Jacob Benson Chad Chalich Austin Glenn JoJo Harrington

WR LB WR OL WR LB S LB LB CB RB LB POS.

RB DB POS.

DE POS.

CB LB DT LB LB DT POS.

DL OL OL QB LB LB

41 25 30 48 59 16 19 45 23 36 16 24 31 78 83

Johnny Haskew Jake Hennessey Tom Hennessey Jace Johnson Kerey Kuheana Devin Lesley Jahrie Level Jake Manley Skyler Nielson Justin Parkins Justin Podrabsky Zach Rhinehart Ringo Robinson Trent Rodgers Deon Watson Jr.

INDIANA NO. NAME

93 Matthew Neal MISSISSIPPI NO. NAME

57 QuayShawne Buckley 7 Trey Williams MISSOURI NO. NAME

4

A.J. Annelus

NEVADA NO. NAME

80 Michael LaGrone 15 Marquan Major OREGON NO. NAME

82 Ian Silbernagel

RB CB S K LB CB WR TE WR RB TE QB LB OL WR POS.

DT POS.

DL S POS.

CB POS.

TE WR POS.

WR

TEXAS NO. NAME

43 14 60 90 11 29

Quinton Bradley Tracy Carter Cody Elenz Karel Kearney Bradley Njoku Kyren Watts

WASHINGTON NO. NAME

4 2 13 41 99 66 81 92 22 6 85 4 54 84 44 32 63 26 74 89 23 38 1 73 63

Logan Bushnell D’Mario Carter Bobby Cowan Donovan Cunningham Jesse Davis Logan Dieterich Taylor Elmo Maxx Forde Lucas Graff Aaron Grymes Clayton Homme Jayshawn Jordan Spenser Killman Jared Klingenberg Nik Landdeck Eric Lemke Brady Lisoski Ma`ne Manaea Mike Marboe Kyler Moats Elan Richard Brennett Rodseth Justin Veltung Ben Westrum Calvin White

B R E A K D O W N POS.

DE CB OL DT S WR POS.

QB S P RB DE OL TE DE WR CB TE CB LB TE LB TE OL S OL WR LB CB WR OL OL

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A.J. ANNELUS Cornerback  5-11  197  Senior  1L Santa Monica College  Grandview High School  Grandview, Mo. 2011: Joined the Vandals in January and earned a backup role at cornerback ... played in four games and had two total tackles – one assist and one solo. Junior college: As a redshirt freshman at Santa Monica College in 2009, had 40 solo stops and 10 assists in 12 games ... also recorded four tackles-for-loss, 12 pass breakups, three interceptions and forced one fumble ... as a sophomore in 2010, had 28 solo stops and 11 assists in addition to three tackles-for-loss, four interceptions (one of which was returned 46 yards for a TD), four pass breakups and one forced fumble. High school: Is a 2007 graduate of Grandview (Mo.) High School.

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James BAKER Running back  6-2  225  Junior  JC Independence Community College  Boca Raton High School  Deerfield, Fla.

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Joined the Vandals in the spring of 2012. Junior college: Spent two seasons at Independence (Kan.) Community College ... as a sophomore, he had 118 carries for 611 yards, which includes his final three games of 116, 123 and 119 ... as a freshman, he had 160 carries for 547 yards.

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Dion BASS Cornerback  5-9  197  Sophomore  1L Centennial High School  Corona, Calif. 2011: As a true freshman, earned a spot on the depth chart as a backup cornerback .. played in 10 of 12 games and totaled 12 total tackles (10 solo and two assists) on specials and on defense. High school: As a senior at Centennial High School (Corona, Calif.), he averaged four tackles per game (totaled 56) in addition to grabbing two interceptions in his first season at cornerback after playing at running back ... started on a team that had 39 wins in three years, two CIF championships and one state championship ... one of five brothers to play at Centennial ... a “shutdown” corner. Personal: Son of Cynthia and Rickey Bass ... his brother Ryan is a senior at Idaho after transferring from Arizona State prior to the 2010 season ... brother Mike played at Montana State and brother Ray played at San Diego State ... born Oct. 19, 1995.

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Ryan BASS Running back  5-9  214  Senior  1L Arizona State University  Centennial High School  Corona, Calif. 2011: Part of Idaho’s running back rotation ... played in seven games and carried the ball 44 times for 175 yards – an average of 4.0 yards per carry ... also caught three passes for seven yards and returned three kickoffs for 74 yards ... scored two rushing touchdowns. 2010: Sat out because of NCAA transfer rule. 2008: At Arizona State, played in six games as a true freshmen ... had 26 rushing attempts for 120 yards (4.6 avg.), leading all ASU running backs in yards per carry on the season... also had one pass reception. High school: Parade All-American and earned Second-Team All-USA honors by USA Today...was also recognized as a PrepStar All-American as a senior...was named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list...earned Second-Team All-America honors by EA Sports as a multi-purpose athlete...earned Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” honorable mention recognition ...tied for second in the nation in rushing touchdowns (47) as a senior, 11th in carries (345) and 14th in rushing yards (2,608)...led the entire west coast in rushing touchdowns as a senior and ranked fourth in California in both carries and rushing yards in 2007 … as a junior, finished 12th in the nation in rushing touchdowns (36), 30th in rushing yards (2,351) and 36th in total carries (294)...ranked fourth in California in rushing touchdowns as a junior, 10th in rushing yards and 13th in total carries … appeared in 38 games during the 2005-07 seasons, carrying 894 times for 7,096 yards (7.9 avg.) with 117 touchdowns ... averaged 186.7 rushing yards-per-game for his career...added 28 career receptions for 324 yards (11.6 avg.) ... averaged 23.5 carries-per-game ... as a senior in 2007, he totaled 2,608 rushing yards on 345 carries (7.6 avg.) ...averaged 173.9 rushing yards-per-game...also caught 16 passes for 197 yards (12.3 avg.) with one score. Personal: Son of Cynthia and Rickey Bass ... born July 9, 1990 ... younger brother Dion is a sophomore at Idaho.

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Spencer BEALE Offensive line  6-5  323  Sophomore  1L Lewiston High School  Lewiston, Idaho 2011: Backup to senior offensive tackle Matt Cleveland ... saw action in one game. 2010: Redshirted. High school: Started on the offensive and defensive lines for the Bengals … missed part of his senior season with a knee injury ... as a junior he was a first-team all-state offensive lineman, first-team all-North Idaho offensive lineman and Inland Empire League Lineman of the Year ... also played basketball and competed in track and powerlifting. Etc.: Scout.com 2010 Northwest Hot 50 … Rivals.com Rocky Mountain States post-season Top 10 … lauded for his size and aggressive style of play. Personal: Son of Vivian and Steve Beale ... born May 16, 1992 ... majoring in History.

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Jacob BENSON Offensive line  6-1  331   HS Coeur d’Alene High School  Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Joined the Vandals in the spring of 2012.

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Dominique BLACKMAN Quarterback  6-5  255  Junior  TR/SQ Los Angeles Harbor College  Carson High School  Carson, Calif.

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2011: Sat out because of NCAA transfer rules. 2010: Redshirted at Old Dominion in the fall of 2010 before transferring to Idaho for spring 2011. 2009: at LA Harbor, completed 63 percent of his passes (264 of 417) for 3,711 yards and 35 TDs ... averaged 337.4 yards passing per contest and ran the ball into the end zone six times averaging 13.8 yards per game on carries. High school: at Carson High School, earned second-team All-City as a senior... named to PrepStar’s “Dream Team” as the nation’s No. 112 overall prospect ... Rivals.com rated him the No. 95 recruit in California ... as a junior, completed 123-of-215 attempts for 1,673 yards and 14 touchdowns ... also ran for eight TDs as a junior in 2006 ... named secondteam All-City as a junior ... transferred to Carson from Gardena High prior to his junior year ... also played basketball at Carson.

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Quinton BRADLEY Defensive end  6-4  240  Freshman  RS Roosevelt High School  San Antonio, Texas 2011: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, had 79 tackles for an average of 7.2 per game ... also averaged 0.5 sacks per game and had one interception ... a first-team all-District 26-5A choice and a Class 5A all-state honorable mention honoree ... as a junior, was injured but still had 28 total tackles with averages of 3.8 tackles per game and 0.3 sacks per game and earned first team all-District 26-5A ... as a sophomore, had 46 tackles and eight passes defensed ... averaged 4.2 tackles and 0.3 sacks per game ... defensive captain as a junior and senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... was third as a junior in the discus in District 26-5A. Personal: Son of Sherise Smith and Keith Bradley ... born Oct. 20, 1992.

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Quayshawne BUCKLEY Defensive tackle ��� 6-3  305  Junior  1L Colony High School (Ontario, Calif.)  Jackson, Miss. 2011: Played in all 12 games and started six ... finished with 38 total tackles (12 solo, 26 assists) and five tackles for loss (-25 yards), which includes one sack (-15 yards). High school: As a senior, he was a first-team all-California Interscholastic Federation offensive and defensive lineman as well as his team’s MVP and a first-team Mt. Baldy League offensive and defensive lineman ... he also earned first-team recognition by the CIT and Mt. Baldy League as a junior ... as a sophomore, he earned first-team honors from the Mt. Baldy League and second-team recognition from the CIF ... he played in the California all-state game - the Fiesta Bowl at Whittier College ... his team won back-toback CIF championships during his sophomore and junior seasons. Personal: Son of Roshine-Jai and Lamonte` Buckley ... was born Aug. 25, 1991 at Jackon, Miss.

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Marius BURGSMUELLER Defensive end/long snapper  6-6  273  Sophomore  1L Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational School  Dortmund, Germany 2011: Earned the role as the Vandals’ long snapper and performed flawlessly throughout the season. Joined the Vandals in the spring of 2011 ... from Dortmund, Germany where he played club football ... was a member of the Duesseldorf team that won the 2008 GFL Junior Championship (beating Suttgart 49-30), and was a leader on the 2009 team as well ... in his final season with Duesseldorf, Burgsmueller registered 65 tackles (53 solo take downs), including 10.5 sacks as a senior and knocked down four passes, forced three fumbles and recovered two fumbles ... was team MVP during his final season. Personal: Son of Beale and Juergen Burgsmueller ... born June 11, 1988.

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Logan BUSHNELL Quarterback  6-2  203  Senior  1L Emerald Ridge High School  Puyallup, Wash.

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2011: Backup quarterback ... completed one his pass attempt of the season – a 51-yarder against Bowling Green ... saw action in four games (played on special teams as well as backup quarterback). 2010: Member of travel squad as a backup quarterback. 2009: Scout team player. 2008: Walked on and redshirted. High school: Academic all-South Puget Sound League ... Tacoma Athletic Commission Athlete of the Month for September 2007 ... led the Jaguars to a 4-0 record for the month by completing 59 of 99 pass attempts (11 TDs) ... also rushed for 90 yards and one 1 TD during the streak ... finalist for TAC Athlete of the Year ... two-year starter at quarterback and defensive back ... set school records for passing TDs in a season (18), passing yards in a season (1,842), completions in a season (127) and single-game completions (26) ... team captain as a senior ... team’s Most Valuable Offensive Back as voted by coaching staff ... also played baseball. Personal: Son of Vicki and Mitch Bushnell ... born June 5, 1990.

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D`Mario CARTER Safety  5-10  215  Junior  TR/RS Central Washington University  Kennedy High School  Seattle, Wash.

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Tracy CARTER Cornerback  5-11  178  Junior  2L Madison High School  Mesquite, Texas

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2011: Played in all 12 games ... was a key contributor as a backup cornerback and on special teams ... had 23 total tackles (16 solo and seven assists) ... returned a fumble recovery 70 yards to score against Hawai`i ... best single-game outing was four solo stops at New Mexico State ... also returned kicks and finished with 11 for 180 yards. 2010: Played in 11 games and had 11 total tackles (10 solo and one assist) ... best game was four tackles (three solo and one assist) at Louisiana Tech. 2009: Redshirt. High school: 11-3A First-team all-district cornerback as a senior and second team as a junior ... two year-starter at Madison and three-year letterman ... as a senior, had four interceptions and 15 passes defensed ... also a standout in track ... earned Madison’s Athlete of the School award and was an Honors Society A&B Honor Roll member. Personal: Son of Terri Shellman and Tracy Carter ... born April 17, 1991 ... majoring in electrical engineering.

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Chad CHALICH Quarterback  6-0  180  Freshman  HS Coeur d’Alene High School  Coeur d’Alene, Idaho High school: Two-year starter … 5A Idaho Player of the Year as a junior and as a senior and as a junior … was the 2011 Gatorade Player of the Year … his other accomplishments include first-team all-conference quarterback as a junior and senior; Offensive Player of the Year for the Inland Empire League as a junior and senior; IEL Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior; ranked 13th nationally as a high school quarterback as a senior; led Coeur d’Alene to No. 29 national ranking as a senior; third-team ESPN RISE Junior AllAmerican as a junior; threw for 6,485 yards and 74 touchdowns, and broke 13 school records … as a senior, completed 242 of 331 passes (73 percent) of his passes, while as a junior hit 61 percent (209 of 342) of his throws … threw just two interceptions as a senior. Personal: Son of Connie and Mark Chalich ... born Aug. 23, 1993.

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Bobby COWAN Punter  6-5  229  Senior  3L Evergreen High School  Vancouver, Wash.

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• 2011 Football Writers Association of America All-American • 2011 Ray Guy Award semi-finalist • 2011 Second-team all Western Athletic Conference • 2011 Idaho Special Teams Player of the Year • 2011 Phil Steele’s College Football preseason first-team all-WAC • 2011 Blue Ribbon WAC all-conference punter • 2011 Idaho College Athlete of the Year • 2010 first-team all Western Athletic Conference • 2010 Idaho Special Teams Player of the Year 2011: Became just the second Football Writers Association of America All-American ... was second in the nation in punting average with 46.41 per kick ... punted for 4,084 yards on 88 kicks ... had one 76-yard punt and one 71-yard punt ... 36.3 percent (32 of 88) of his punts were 50 yards or longer. 2010: Led the Western Athletic Conference and ranked 13th nationally in earning first-team all-WAC honors ... average of 45.1 yards per punt pushed him into the career lead for average yards per punt with 44.2 on 101 kicks ... average of 45.1 was second best in a single season. 2009: Stepped in and admirably filled the shoes of departed All-American T.J. Conley ... averaged 43.0 yards per punt for the fifth best single-season mark in school history ... WAC Player of the Week after averaging 49.2 yards per kick at New Mexico State ... average of 3.3 punts per game was just short of the NCAA minimum of 3.6 to be calculated into national rankings, where he would have tied for 24th. 2008: Redshirted. High school: 2008 graduate of Evergreen High School ... all-state punter for three seasons and all-state quarterback as a sophomore and senior ... had 2,000 yards passing and 20 touchdowns... also played basketball. Personal: Son of Julie and Dave Cowan... born March 5, 1990 ... majoring in Business.

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Punts 11 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) Punting yards 550 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) 55 Average per punt 51.2 (at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011) Long punt 76 (at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011)

PUNTING Year G 2009 13 2010 13 2011 12 Totals 38

No.

Yds.

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Long

43 58 88 189

1850 2618 4084 8552

43.0 45.1 46.4 45.2

67 65 76 76

Blkd TB

2 1 1 4

7 3 10 20

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50+

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6 11 27 44

9 24 32 65

11 16 17 44

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Donovan CUNINGHAM Running back  5-10  216  Junior  SQ College of the Siskyous  Western Washington University  Heritage High School  Vancouver, Wash. 2011: Sat out because of NCAA transfer rules. Personal: Also runs track for the Vandals.

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Jesse DAVIS Defensive end  6-6  292  Sophomore  1L Asotin High School  Asotin, Wash.

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2011: Sat out one game because of injury but played in all of the others ... had three solo tackles and six assists for a total of nine ... also had three quarterback hurries and one pass breakup. 2010: Redshirted. High school: First team State 2B tight end, first-team District 9 2B as a senior ... had 10 receptions for 169 yards and four TDs … had 35 tackles (14 solo and 21 assists), two sacks (-11 yards), one pass defensed, one fumble recovery (returned eight yards) and one blocked punt ... first-team District 9 2B selection as a junior in 2008 ... also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of Mary Humphrey and Scott LaVelle ... born Sept. 15, 1991.

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Taylor DAVIS Quarterback  6-3  233  Junior  1L Boulder Creek High School  Anthem, Ariz. 2011: Played in seven games and started three ... completed 28 of 62 passes for 234 yards and one TD. 2010: Member of travel squad as backup quarterback. 2009: Redshirted. High school: Northwest Region Offensive Player of the Year ... All-State selection ... first-team all region after throwing for 2,357 yards and 26 TDs ... completed 64 percent of his passes as a senior ... as a junior, threw for 855 yards and nine TDs ... as a junior, was second-team Northwest Region ... was in the final four of 48 original players from 17 states at the EA Sports Quarterback Camp at Las Vegas ... finished second in the accuracy competition at the EA camp ... 2008 team, which was only in its third year of existence, advanced to second round of playoffs.... also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of Alyse and Bobby Davis and was born May 15, 1990.

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Austin DECOUD Quarterback  6-3  220  Freshman  HS Redlands East Valley High School  Redlands, Calif. High school: As a senior, directed Redlands East Valley to an 11-1 record after throwing for 1,378 yards and rushing for another 403 … completed 112 of 218 passes with 14 going for touchdowns … team captain ... as a junior (when he was 15), completed 85 of 157 passes for 887 yards and five touchdowns in addition to rushing for 271 yards … team was 8-3 during his junior season … Citrus League first-team quarterback … played in Inland Empire all-Star Classic ... was invited to the Elite 11 all three years in high school ... basketball MVP as a freshman and sophomore ... scholar-athlete. Personal: Son of Kasey and Kevin DeCoud ... born Nov. 22, 1994.

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Solomon DIXON Cornerback  5-10  164  Freshman  RS McKinley High School  Honolulu, Hawai`i 2011: Redshirted. High school: 2011 graduate of McKinley High School ...One of the top recruits of the Hawai’i class of 2011 ... As a senior, earned recognition as the Oahu Interscholastic Association White Offensive Player of the Year, the OIA White first-team utility, the OIA White first-team defensive back and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State utility ... as a junior was a second-team all-state player by the Honolulu Star Bulletin and an honorable mention choice of the Honolulu Advertiser ... he also was on the 2009 all-Katoosh team, which recognizes the hardest hitters ... also competes in track and was the 2009 state 400-meter champion and was third in the state in the 200 meters as a sophomore, and as a junior finished third in the 400 and fifth in the 200.

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Larry DUGAN Offensive line  6-2  365  Junior  1L Gahr High School  Cerritos, Calif. 2011: Returned to the offensive line and was a member of the travel squad for most of the season. 2010: Moved from the offensive line to the defensive line midway through the season ... saw action in three games. 2009: Redshirted. High school: 2008 graduate of Gahr High School ... as a senior, had 48 solo stops and 39 assists for 87 total tackles … averaged 7.3 tackles per game … also had two sacks and one interception … helped lead team to 10-3 overall record and to a Western Division semifinal game … two-year starter. Personal: Son of Lois Washington ... born June 2, 1990.

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Ryan EDWARDS Defensive line  6-3  294  Freshman  RS Long Beach Poly  Long Beach, Calif.

2011: Redshirted. High school: Graduated in 2010 from high school powerhouse Long Beach Poly and attended prep school in the fall of 2010 .... at Long Beach Poly, played on the offensive and defensive lines ... was a two-time all-California Interscholastic Federation player as a two-year starter ... benches 425, squats 455 and power cleans 315.

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Cody ELENZ Offensive line  6-4  284  Freshman  RS Copperas Cove High School  Copperas Cove, Texas

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2011: Redshirted. High school: As a junior and senior, was a first-team all-District 5A-12 choice ... was second team all-state 5A ... as a senior was an honorable mention APSE (all players in Texas) team member ... was the 11th ranked high school linemen by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football ... as a senior, was a preseason all-Academic team member by the Rodgers Recruiting Report and wound up second-team all-state all-academic ... “a key cog in leading the area’s top offense and a ground game that featured two 1,000-yard rushers.” ... District 5A-12 powerlifting champion ... TexasHighSchoolFootball.com top 200 ... 2010 all-CenTex team ... first team all-Central Texas by all-smoaky.com. Personal: Son of Nancy and Chris Elenz ... borth July 18, 1993.

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Taylor ELMO Tight end  6-4  260  Junior  2L Eisenhower High School  Yakima, Wash.

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2011: Played in all 12 games and started eight ... caught 17 passes for 162 yards ... caught three passes twice and had a season-high 36 yards vs. Louisiana Tech. 2010: Earned a key role in the tight end rotation ... caught 18 passes for 148 yards and two TDs. 2009: Redshirted. High school: Seattle Times Red Chip prospect ... honorable mention all-Big Nine quarterback as a senior ... allleague selection at linebacker as a sophomore ... starting quarterback at SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Receptions Eisenhower as a junior and senior ... 5 (at Hawai`i, Oct. 30, 2010). also started at safety ... in two seasons, threw for 2,380 yards and 23 TDs ... also rushed for 1,631 yards and 16 TDs ... Ron Siegel’s all-state senior team as a defensive back. ... Yards receiving 49 (at Hawai`i, Oct. 30, 2010). also played basketball and was a regional MVP for the Cadets. Personal: Son of Jana Cargill and Jay Elmo ... born Aug. 21, 1990 ... majoring in producLong reception tion and operations management. 29 (at Fresno State, Nov. 27, 2010). TD receiving 1, twice (at Hawai`i, Oct. 30, 2010, and at Western Michigan, Oct. 2, 2010).

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RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTALS

Games

Rec.

Yards

Avg.

TDs

Long

Avg./game

11 12 23

18 17 35

148 162 310

8.2 9.5 8.9

2 0 2

29 19 29

13.5 13.5 13.5

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Trey FARQUHAR Kicker  6-1  189  Senior  3L Redlands East Valley High School  Redlands, Calif.

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2011 Lou Groza Watch List Single-season records • Field goals made (18, 2010); Tied for second on field goal attempts (25, 2010); Fifth on field goal percentage list (.720, 2010) Career records • First on field goal percentage list; Tied for second on field goals made list; Fourth on field goals attempted list; Fifth on conversions attempted list; Fifth on conversions made list; Fifth on conversion percentage list; Tied for second longest (55) field goal in school history; Has six field goals of 50 or more yards, which is the most in school history. 2011: Took over all-time field goal percentage list after making 41 of 54 career attempts for 75.9 percent ... kicked career high 55-yarder at San Jose State (second longest kick in school history). 2010: Became Idaho’s single-season record holder for field goals made with 18 ... long field goal was 50 yards ... connected on 40 of 41 PATs. 2009: Was the Vandals’ kicker as a freshman and earned second-team all-Western AthSINGLE-GAME HIGHS letic Conference honors for his efforts ... 54-yard field goal at Nevada is the fourth longest PATs attempted all-time at Idaho, while his 52-yarder at San Jose State ties for ninth longest ... he con6, twice (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011, nected on 13 of 19 field goal attempts and made 50 of 51 PATs, which is the fourth most and at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009). in a single season at Idaho. PATs made High school: 2008 graduate of Redlands East Valley ... First-team all-CIF Southern Sec6, twice (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011, tion kicker as a senior … played in Navy Marine Corps Classic All-Star game … successand at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009). ful on 10 of 15 field goal attempts … long field goal of 42 yards … all-Citrus Belt League Kickoffs 8 (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011). first-team selection … winner of Last Man Standing and Field Goal Charting competitions Kickoff yards at Los Angeles area Nike Fall Camp … ranked 18th at 2007 Kohl’s Scholarship Camp 476 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009). Kickoff, which featured players from across the nation. Kickoff average Personal: Son of Cynthia and Willard Farquhar Jr. ... born Oct. 27, 1989. 70.0 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009). Field goals attempted 4 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009). Field goals made 3, twice (at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009, and at Washington, Sept. 12, 2009). Long field goal 55 (at San Jose State, Nov. 5, 2011).

PAT

2011 2010 2009 TOTALS

ATT.

23 24 40 41 50 51 113 116

FGM

10 18 13 41

FGA LONG

15 25 19 54

55 50 54 55

KO

YARDS

AVG.

TB

47 67 75 189

3130 4529 4955 12614

66.6 67.6 66.1 66.7

2 21 10 33

Maxx FORDE Defensive end  6-5  261  Sophomore  1L Woodinville High School  Woodinville, Wash. 2011: Saw action in all 12 games as a backup defensive end ... had 15 total tackles (five solo and 10 assists) ... best game was four total tackles (one solo, three assists) at Nevada. 2010: Redshirted. High school: As a senior he was a KingCo 4A Crown Division first-team offensive and defensive selection … Associated Press 4A all-state team … Tacoma News Tribune firstteam all-state … had 34 tackles (31 solo and five assists) and two sacks ... in 2008 as a junior was a KingCo 4A Crown Division offensive and defensive lineman ... also played basketball and competed in track ... National Achievement Scholar. Personal: Son of Tracey and Brian Forde ... born Nov. 15, 1991 ... majoring in Business.

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Lucas GRAFF Receiver  6-0  209  Freshman  RS Chiawana High School  Pasco, Wash. 2011: Redshirted. High school: All-conference selection and team captain as a three-sport – football, basketball and baseball athlete. Personal: Son of Dana and Steve Graff ... born Oct. 12, 1992.

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Aaron GRYMES Cornerback  5-11  183  Senior  3L West Seattle High School  Seattle, Wash. 2011: Started all 12 games and was Idaho’s sixth-leading tackler with 55 (42 solo and 13 assists) and leader in pass breakups with seven ... also recovered two fumbles, forced one and had one interception. 2010: Started two of the first four games and by game five earned a starting cornerback spot ... was Idaho’s third leading tackler with 77 total stops (55 solo and 22 assists) ... also forced two fumbles, had two interceptions and three passes defensed in addition to 6.5 tackles for loss (-18 yards) ... twice had 10-tackle outings (at Nebraska and at SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Colorado with eight solos and two asTotal tackles: 10, twice (at Colorado State, Sept. sists each time). 25, 2010, and at Nebraska, Sept. 11, 2010). 2009: Earned significant playing time Solo tackles: 8, three times (at Colorado State, as a true freshman ... played in all 13 Sept. 25, 2010. at Nebraska, Sept. 11, 2010, games and started five ... had 41 total tackles (30 solo and 11 assists). and vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009). Assisted tackles: 4 (vs. San Diego State, High school: As a junior, Metro Sound Division Offensive MVP after helping West Seattle Sept. 19, 2009). High to Class 3A state-playoff qualifying round ... injured as a senior and missed middle Tackles for loss: 2, twice (at Colorado State, part of season but came back to be part of West Seattle’s post-season play, which resulted Sept. 25, 2010, and at Nebraska, Sept. 11, 2010). in three playoff victories ... fifth as a junior in state 3A 100 meters with a 10.8 ... 2008 Interceptions: 1, three times (at Virginia, Oct. 1, University of Washington summer camp MVP 2011; vs. San Jose State, Dec. 4, 2010, Personal: Son of Monique Roetcisender and Karl Grymes ... born March 1, 1991 ... and at Colorado State, Sept. 25, 2010). majoring in Business. Passes defensed: 2 (vs. Bowling Green State,

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Sept. 1, 2011). Forced fumbles: 1, three times (at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011; at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010, and vs. North Dakota, Sept. 2, 2010). Fumble recoveries: 1, twice (at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011, and at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2010).

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2011 2010 2009 Totals

UA

12 42 13 55 13 32 38 129

A Total

TFL

Sacks FF

13 55 0-0 0-0 22 77 6.5-18 0-0 11 43 1.0-1 0-0 46 175 7.5-19 0-0

1 2 0 3

FR

Int QBH PBU

2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0

1-0 2-0 0-0 3-0

0 0 0 0

7 5 2 14

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Todd HANDLEY Running back  5-9  175  Freshman  RS Martin Luther King High School  Riverside, Calif. 2011: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, carried the ball 185 times for 1,337 yards and 18 TDs ... also had 16 receptions for 239 yards, six punt returns for 102 yards and nine kickoff returns for 198 yards ... As a junior, carried the ball 177 times for 1,323 yards (average of 7.59 per carry) and caught four passes for 137 yards ... also had 16 solo tackles and 36 assists for a total 52 ... returned punts (17 for 195) and kickoffs (eight for 239) ... Prior to senior season was one of 25 players chosen to the 15th all-Nike Combine Team ... 44-inch vertical jump ... 4.54 40 ... “fastest man” at rivals.com Ultimate 100 Camp ... was a first team all-Big VIII selection as a junior and senior. Personal: Son of Yvette Alexander and Todd Handley ...born March 22, 1993.

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Camryn HARRIS Receiver  6-0  178  Freshman  HS Valley Christian High School  Dublin, Calif.

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2011: Grayshirt. High school: Started at receiver and in the secondary … had 40 receptions for 582 yards as a senior … in a game against Millennium, he scored on a pass reception, a 75-yard punt return and a 48-yard interception return … first team all-Bay Football League selection … preseason Best Offensive Player … varsity special teams MVP … also leading scorer on basketball team … as a junior started at corner, receiver and as a returner on special teams … all-BFL first team “athlete” … Valley Christian special teams Player of the Year … led team in all-purpose rushing … first-team all-conference choice in basketball.

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Receiver  5-9  178  Senior  1L Centennial High School  Compton, Calif. 2011: Played in two games and caught one pass for five yards vs. Utah State. 2010: Earned a place on the travel roster as a backup receiver and on special teams. 2009: Played sparingly. 2008: Redshirt. High school: Four-year varsity player … first team Dream Team by the Long Beach Telegraph newspaper … as a senior, had 64 receptions for 1,585 yards and 17 TDs … also gained 970 yards rushing and had eight TDs in addition to returning three kickoffs, one punt and two interceptions for scores … also passed for two TDs … in one Southern Section Northwest Division playoff game, he had 328 all-purpose yards and scored four TDs – two on runs, one on a reception and another on a 99-yard kickoff return. Personal: Son of Joyce Hatchett ... born April 1, 1989.

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Tom HENNESSEY Safety  5-11  194  Sophomore  SQ Mountain Home High School  Mountain Home, Idaho 2011: Primarily a scout team player. 2010: Redshirt ... Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year. High school: As a senior, was Mountain Home High School’s Male Athlete of the Year after earning first-team all-state and first-team all-conference honors at defensive back ... as a junior, also was a first-team all-state and first-team all-district selection at defensive back ... also played basketball ... All-Southern Idaho and All-State Academic Award winner ... graduated with honors. Personal: Son of Shana and Tom Hennessey ... born June 11, 1992 ... majoring in Exercise Science and Health ... father, Tom Hennessey, is third on Idaho’s all-time tackles list after playing linebacker for the Vandals.

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Clayton HOMME Tight end  6-5  241  Junior  2L Southridge High School  Kennewick, Wash. 2011: Played in 11 games as part of the Vandals’ tight end rotation ... had one reception for three yards. 2010: Played in eight games as part of the Vandals’ tight end rotation ... had one reception for six yards. 2009: Redshirt. High school: ICBBN Columbia Division MVP as a senior ... played receiver and defensive back ... team was undefeated during the regular season ... Seattle Times Red Chip player ... Associated Press all-state honorable mention for class 4A ... as a junior, was first-team all-Columbia Basin League and had 27 receptions for 355 yards and eight TDs ... during the regular season of his senior year, had 37 receptions for 481 yards and five TDs ... had 610 total yards and six total TDs ... also has six interceptions and 30 tackles ... also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of Madalynne and Ted Homme ... born Aug. 23, 1991 ... majoring in Business.

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Jace JOHNSON Kicker  6-0  190  Freshman  HS Eagle High School  Eagle, Idaho High school: All-Idaho first team 5A kicker ... 2011 Coaches’ Award for football ... kicker and receiver in 2011 Idaho All-Star Shrine game ... 2011 5A Southern Idaho Conference first team kicker ... Academic Award (2011) ... all-game receiver at Nevada camp ... as a junior, 5A all-state kicker and all-SIC first team kicker ... four-year varsity letterwinner ... played for 5A runner-up (2011) and 5A state champion (2009) ... as a senior, 88 percent of kickoffs were touchbacks ... successful on 57 of 58 PATs and nine of 11 field goals with a long of 42 ... as a junior, 41 of 49 kickoffs were touchbacks and was successful on three of five field goals with a long of 47 ... made 35 of 38 PATs.

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Jordan JOHNSON Offensive line  6-6  319  Junior  2L Santiago High School  Corona, Calif. 2011: Played in five games and started twice ... missed remainder of games with ankle injury. 2010: Played in nine games and started five – three at right offensive guard and two at left. 2009: Redshirt. High school: All Big Eight first team ... All-Riverside County first team ... Press-Enterprise all-area team ... first-team all-California Interscholastic Federation Inland Division ... all-CIF Southern Section ... started 26 successive games ... two-year starter ... team captain ... benches 335 and completed 43 reps at 225 pounds in the power clean. Personal: Son of Kelli Gutierrez and Mike Naylor ... born Jan. 5, 1991 ... majoring in Business (finance).

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A.J. JONES Offensive line  6-1  281  Senior  1L Butte College  Chico High School  Chico, Calif.

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2011: Played in 11 games and started 10 at left guard. Junior college: Was a Junior College All-American as a sophomore ... Teammate of fellow OL recruit Brady Lisoski ... Butte College won the 2010 ASBG Bowl and the 2009 Premier West Bank Bowl ... part of a unit that in 2009 enabled Jordan Rogers to set school single-season passing yards and total offense records ... team captain.

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Jayshawn JORDAN Cornerback  5-9  170  Freshman  HS O’Dea High School  Seattle, Wash. High school: Three-year starter at O’Dea … Defensive Most Valuable Player at Northwest Elite Football Camp … Metro League Mountain Division Player of the Year … first team all-state by the Associated Press and the Tacoma News Tribune … O’Dea was 13-1 during his senior season ... team captain … as a senior, had 64 tackles, three interceptions and seven knockdowns on defense and had covered 1,036 yards and scored eight touchdowns on offense ... as a junior, had 43 tackles, four interceptions ... as a sophomore, had 64 tackles (23 solo) ... uncle Jeff Jordan played for the Vandals and is tied for sixth all-time on Idaho’s career pass deflections list.

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Karel KEARNEY Defensive tackle  6-2  298  Sophomore  1L John B. Connelly High School  Austin, Texas 2011: Played in nine games and started four ... missed three games because of injury ... had 15 total tackles (three solo and 12 assists) as well as one tackle for loss and one quarterback hurry. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Three-time Connelly High School Defensive Lineman of the Year ... started 32 successive games for Connelly High School ... First-team District 25-5A defensive lineman as a senior in 2009 ... 2009 preseason all-state selection ... had 68 total tackles (48 solo, 20 assists), 18 tackles for loss, eight sacks, five quarterback hurries and two forced fumbles ... District 25 Defensive Player of the Week twice ... Second-team District 25-4A defensive lineman as a sophomore and junior. Personal: Son of Sherry Johns and Carl Kearney ... born Oct. 22, 1991 ... majoring in Criminal Justice.

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Vince KEENER Defensive end  6-4  262  Junior  2L Westview High School  Avondale, Ariz. 2011: Saw action in nine games ... had six tackles (three solo and three assists as well as one quarterback hurry and half a tackle for loss. 2010: Saw action in a reserve role ... had two solo tackles. 2009: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, earned all-Arizona recognition during Westview’s run to its second successive state championship game appearance ... also a two-time selection to the all-West Phoenix Region and an all-West Valley honoree ... was listed among the top 50 in Arizona in 24/7 magazine ... as a senior, had 108 tackles (fifth all-time at Westview) , five sacks (third all-time at Westview), 15 tackles for loss and 16 QB hurries ... as a junior, second-team all-region after registering 87 tackles, 17 QB hurries and 3.5 sacks.

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Jared KLINGENBERG Tight end  6-4  247  Freshman  RS Cedarcrest High School  Carnation, Wash. 2011: Redshirted. High school: Played running back at Cedarcrest High School and helped team to the Washington 2A playoffs ... was a first-team all-Cascade Conference running back and earned honorable mention recognition as a defensive end as a senior ... carried the ball 137 times for 1,367 yards for an average of 10 yards per carry ... scored 19 rushing touchdowns ... as a senior was recognized twice by the Seattle Times as the Player of the Week and twice as a Difference Maker ... he was an all-state nominee as a senior and a second-team all-area choice by the Everett Herald ... was an honorable mention allconference defensive lineman as a junior as well ... also played baseball and had a .483 batting average and a .586 slugging percentage as a junior. Personal: Son of Kim and Kurt Klingenberg ... born Nov. 17, 1992.

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Mike LAGRONE Tight end  6-2  273  Junior  2L McQueen High School  Reno, Nev.

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2011: Played in all 12 games and started seven ... led all tight ends with 21 receptions for 262 yards ... was third on the team in receiving yardage and fourth in total receptions ... tied for team lead for receiving TDs with three ... had a career high five receptions vs. Fresno State and a career-best 65 yards at San Jose State. 2010: Played in 11 of 13 games and caught 13 passes for 112 yards ... caught first collegiate TD on a two-yard toss from Nate Enderle at Nebraska ... best outing was three receptions for 33 yards against Boise State ... longest reception was a 28-yarder vs. San Jose State. 2009: Redshirted. High school: Led Nevada high schoolers with 17 sacks as a senior in 2008 ... twoway starter (also a tight end) for state SINGLE-GAME HIGHS championship McQueen High School (14-0) ... as a senior, also had 54 total tackles and Receptions 5 (vs. Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011) 24 tackles for loss ... first team Class 4A All-State defensive end and first team all-Northern Region and High Desert League defensive end ... earned second team all-Northern Region Yards receiving honors and first team all-Desert League recognition as a tight end during his senior year ... 65 (at San Jose State, Nov. 5, 2011) had 22 receptions ... as a junior, was Northern Nevada Defensive Player of the Year as well Long reception as NevadaSportsNetwork.com first-team all-state ... also competed in track and basketball. 37 65 (at San Jose State, Nov. 5, 2011) Personal: Son of Lisa and Carl LaGrone ... he and his wife, Jasmine, had their first child TD receiving in December 2011 ... born Nov. 2, 1990 ... majoring in General Studies. 1, four times (65 (at San Jose State, Nov. 5, 2011; vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011; vs. Bowling Green State, Sept. 1, 2011, and vs. Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010)

Games Rec.

2010 2011 Totals

11 12 23

13 21 34

Yds

Avg.

TDs

112 262 374

8.6 12.5 11.0

1 3 4

Long Avg./game

28 37 37

10.2 21.8 16.2

Nik LANDDECK Linebacker  6-0  230  Freshman  RS Issaquah High School  Issaquah, Wash.

2011: Redshirted. High school: Two-time team captain and two-time all-conference selection after recording 350 career tackles and averaging eight yards per carry ... also played basketball. Personal: Son of Staci and David Landdeck ... born Dec. 2, 1992.

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Aaron LAZARO Offensive line  6-4  298  Junior  RS Southwestern Community College Otay Ranch High School  Chula Vista, Calif. 2011: Redshirted. Junior college: As a sophomore at Southwestern, had 28 tackles, 7½ tackles for loss and three sacks ... as a freshman, he had 16 tackles and five tackles for loss ... described as a high motor player who can cause trouble up front. High school: Earned second-team all-Mesa League recognition as a senior.

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Eric LEMKE Tight end  6-4  225  Freshman  HS Issaquah High School  Issaquah, Wash. High school: Played tight end and defensive end … team captain … first-team all-KingCo tight end and defensive end … ESPNHS first-team defense … as a sophomore, earned Student Achievement Award for English … volunteers in Athletes for Kids program … earned RISING STAR award at Washington State summer camp in 2009 … also started for Issaquah basketball team at center … team captain … first-team all-KingCo tight end and defensive end … had 30 receptions for 350 yards and three touchdowns ... had 110 tackles and 13 sacks during his high school career ... ESPNHS first-team defense … as a sophomore, earned Student Achievement Award for English … volunteers in Athletes for Kids program … earned RISING STAR award at Washington State summer camp in 2009 … also started for Issaquah basketball team at center.

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Najee LOVETT Receiver  5-9  166  Junior  JC Contra Costa College  St. Mary’s High School  Berkeley, Calif. Junior college: Comes to Idaho from Contra Costa College and is a graduate of St. Mary’s High School at Berkeley, Calif. He led Contra Costa in receiving as a sophomore with 34 receptions for 468 yards. As a freshman, he pulled in 39 passes for 616 yards.

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Marquan MAJOR Receiver  6-2  180  Freshman  RS Las Vegas High School  Las Vegas, Nev.

2011: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, caught 43 passes for 545 yards and two TDs ... considered one of the top skill players coming out of Nevada this year ... was injured as a junior but had 16 receptions for 208 yards and two TDs in four games ... as a sophomore, he pulled in 59 passes for 742 yards and six TDs for career totals of 1,495 yards on 118 receptions and 10 TDs ... was on Las Vegas Sun preseason team prior to his junior season and was an all-Sunrise preseason choice of the NevadaPrepReport.com prior to his senior season ... he finished his senior season all Northeast League first team. Personal: Son of Yvette and Derek Major ... born Feb. 21, 1993.

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Ma`ne MANAEA Safety  5-11  175  Freshman  HS Lakes High School  Lakewood, Wash.

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High school: South Puget Sound League Player of the Year as well as SPSL first-team defense, first-team offense and first-team kick returner … Seattle Times Red Chip player … Oregon/Washington Dream Team … played in Polynesian all-star game (Tanoa Bowl) as a junior … Tacoma News Tribune Player of the Year … as a senior, had 42 tackles and four interceptions as well as 34 receptions for 555 yards and seven touchdowns, eight carries for 192 rushing yards and two touchdowns, 26 punt returns for 283 yards, two kickoff returns for 35 yards and punted nine times … as a junior, only played in four games because of injury but had 19 tackles, six carries for 116 yards and 14 receptions for 154 yards.

Jake MANLEY Tight end  6-0  239  Freshman  RS Salmon River High School  Riggins, Idaho 2011: Redshirted. High school: Two-time all-state choice as a linebacker ... also rushed for 1,500 yards and five TDs as a senior in addition to tallying 100 tackles ... ranked third academically in his class. Personal: Son of Kim Olson and Jayson Manley ... born May 20, 1993 at Antioch, Calif.

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Mike MARBOE Center  6-2  301  Sophomore  1L Wenatchee High School  Wenatchee, Wash. 2011: Started all 12 games at center. 2010: Redshirted after joining the Vandals in January 2010 as an early high school graduate. High school: As a senior, first-team all-League … helped Wenatchee to undefeated regular season and within one game of 4A state tournament ... as a junior, Class 4A First Team All-State selection … Big Nine Conference First Team selection ... as a sophomore, all -conference center selection ... as a freshman, Freshman Lineman of the Year. Personal: Father, Scott, and grandfather both played for the Vandals.

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74

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69

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VANDAL Homer MAUGA Linebacker  6-0  236  Senior  2L Grossmont College  Helix High School  La Mesa, Calif.

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70

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2011: Played in all 12 games and started two ... had 47 total tackles (25 solo, 22 assists) as well as 6.5 tackles for loss, four pass breakup, three quarterback hurries and one sack ... best game was 10 tackles (four solo and six assists) at Texas A&M. 2010: Vandals fourth leading tackler after transferring from Grossmont College ... had 45 solo stops and 29 assists in tallying 74 total tackles ... started 11 of 13 games ... also had seven tackles for loss (-39 yards) and three quarterback sacks (-26 yards) ... forced one fumble and had three passes defensed. Junior college: Highly touted linebacker at Grossmont ... was a Region III All-California first-team selection as well as a JC Athletic Bureau All-Southern California first-team choice ... he was a two-time selection for Pacific Coach Athletic Conference player of the week and was his team’s Defensive SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Most Valuable Player during GrossTotal tackles mont’s U.S. Bank Beach Bowl Championship season ... played in the Triumphant Sports 10 (at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011) Junior College All-American Game and was chosen to the 38th annual National Football Solo tackles Foundation and College Hall of Fame team ... had 72 tackles, 15.5 sacks (in 17 tackles for 7 (at Colorado State, Sept. 25, 2010) loss), seven quarterback hurries, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Assists High school: 2008 Helix High School graduate ... played in the Alex Spanos All-Star Foot6 (at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011). Tackles for loss ball Classic ... was an eight-time Player of the Week choice and was nominated 12 times 2, twice (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011, ... team MVP and Grossmont South League Defensive Player of the Year ... as a junior, and at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011) also was his team’s MVP. Sacks Personal: Son of the Rev. Benson and Mouna Mauga ... twin brother Hutch plays at 1, four times (at New Mexico State, Oct. 14, 2011; Grossmont College ... born Nov. 8, 1990 ... great grandson of Paramont High Chief Mauvs. San Jose State, Dec. 4, 2010; at Colorado ga, one of the deed signees that enabled the Tutuila Islands to become American Samoa State, Sept. 25, 2010, and vs. North Dakota, ... Cousins Mosi Tatupu, Dan Saleaumua, the late Junior Seau and Josh Mauga played Sept. 2, 2010) in the NFL. Passes defensed 2 (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011) Quarterback hurries 2 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011) Forced fumble 1 (vs. San Jose State, Dec. 4, 2010).

G UT AT

TT

TFL

2011 12 25 22 47 6.5-24 2010 13 45 29 74 7.0-39 Totals 25 70 51 121 13.5-63

Sacks FF FR

Int QBH PBU

1.0-2 0 0-0 0-0 3.0-26 1 0 0-0 3.0-28 1 0-0 0-0

3 0 3

4 3 7

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LS 2012 Benson MAYOWA Defensive end  6-3  252  Senior  3L Inglewood High School  Inglewood, Calif.

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2011: Started six of the 10 games in which he played ... missed two with injury ... had 17 total tackles (12 solo and five assists) ... also had 4.5 tackles for loss (three sacks) as well as five quarterback hurries, two pass breakups, two forced fumbles and SINGLE-GAME HIGHS one fumble recovery ... best game was Tackles 5, twice (vs. Bowling Green State, Sept. 1, 2011, five tackles vs. Bowling Green State .. and at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010) also had three sacks, two forced fumUnassisted tackles bles and two quarterback hurries vs. 4 (twice, vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 23, 2010, Hawai`i. and at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010) 2010: Played in all 13 games as the Assists Vandals’ starting rush defensive end ... 2, three times (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011; had 19 solo tackles and six assists for a total 25 ... also had 4.5 (-21 yards) tackles for loss vs. Bowling Green State, Sept. 1, 2011, and three (-18 yards) quarterback sacks ... he forced three fumbles and recovered one in and at Fresno State, Nov. 27, 2010) Tackles-for-loss addition to recording one quarterback hurry and two pass breakups. 2 (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009) 2009: Played in 12 games as a true freshman ... had six solo tackles, two tackles for loss, Sacks one sack and one quarterback hurry ... both tackles for loss and sack were in Vandals’ 3 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011) Humanitarian Bowl victory. Forced fumbles High school: Graduated from Inglewood (Calif.) High School ... was a first-team all-league 2 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011) choice and as second-team all-California Interscholastic Federation player .. as a senior, Fumble recovery had 11 sacks and 75 tackles ... also had a 43-yard interception return. 1, twice (vs. Utah State, Nov. 19, 2011, Personal: Born Aug. 3, 1991 ... son of Eunice and David Mayowa. and vs. UNLV, Sept. 18, 2010) QB hurries 2 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011) Passes defensed 1, four times (vs. Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011; vs. Bowling Green State, Sept. 1, 2011; vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 23, 2010, and at Colorado State, Sept. 25, 2010).

2011 2010 2009 Totals

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UT

AT Total

10 13 12 35

12 19 6 37

5 6 0 11

17 25 6 48

TFL

4.5-21 6.5-23 2.0-2 13.0-45

Sacks FF

FR

Int

3.0-18 4.0-19 1.0-1 8.0-38

1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2 3 3 8

QBH PBU

5 2 2 9

2 2 2 6

Kyler MOATS Receiver  6-3  203  Freshman  RS Moses Lake High School  Moses Lake, Wash. 2011: Redshirted. High school: 2011 graduate of Moses Lake High School ... first-team all-conference selection in football, basketball and baseball ... member of the academic honor roll. Personal: Son of Donnelle and Newton Moats ... born Jan. 13, 1993.

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89

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71

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Matthew NEAL Defensive tackle  6-3  275  Freshman  HS Merrillville High School  Merrillville, Ind. High school: Captain of the North-South all-star team … recipient of the Ralph Everman Award, which goes to the player who shows the greatest leadership and citizenship throughout all-star week … as a senior, had 70 tackles, three tackles for loss and three pass breakups … earned all-area and all-conference honors as well as honorable mention all-state recognition … team captain ... helped team to 8-3 record and state playoff berth … as a junior he was all-area and honorable mention all-conference after Merrillville went 12-2 and advanced to the state semifinals … had 149 career tackles and 13 career tackles for loss … brother Michael Neal Jr., plays for Green Bay … father Michael Neal Sr., played at Weber State.

Bradley NJOKU Safety  6-1  202  Sophomore  1L Leander High School  Leander, Texas

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2011: Played in all 12 games on special teams and in the secondary ... had 23 total tackles (nine solo and 14 assists) ... also had a 37-yard interception return for a TD against North Dakota ... recorded one pass breakup as well. High school: As a senior, had 84 solo stops and 33 assists for 117 total in addition to two interceptions, five passes defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt ... 4.5 40 ... as a junior, had 78 tackles (57 solo and 21 assists) for an average of 6.5 per game ... also had two interceptions, three passes defensed, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and three blocked field goals ... was a second team all-District 16-5A selection as a senior and junior ... as a sophomore had 12 total tackles in a backup role ... as a top 30 defensive back by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football ... team captain as a junior and as a senior ... Dazzling Dozen Defensive Newcomer of the Year. Personal: Son of Angela and Innocent Njoku ... born Sept. 24, 1992.

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Kyree OLIVER Offensive line  6-5  292  Freshman  HS Heritage High School  Brentwood, Calif. High school: Played in California all-star game as a senior … started one season at defensive tackle … described as having an “impressive frame” and “has the size and athleticism for the offensive tackle position at the major level of competition.”

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Addison PALOMINO Linebacker  6-3  205  Freshman  HS Pinnacle High School  Phoenix, Ariz.

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High school: As a senior, had 86 tackles (20 of which were for losses) and 12 sacks … East Valley Tribune first-team defense … Coaches’ all-state selection … Section III North Player of the Year … Arizona Football Coaches Association first-team Division I defense … as a junior, had 41 tackles and seven sacks.

Justin PARKINS Running back  5-9  196  Freshman  RS Moscow High School  Moscow, Idaho 2011: Redshirted. High school: Played running back and middle linebacker for the Bears ... as a senior, carried the ball 154 times for 1,280 yards and 18 TDs ... also had 12 receptions for 61 yards and returned seven punts for 93 yards ... had 42 solo tackles and eight assists as well as two sacks ... first-team all-Inland Empire League as a running back and linebacker ... threeyear starter and two-year captain ... also played baseball and basketball, and ran track ... graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 4.0 gpa. Personal: Son of Tammi and Jim Parkins ... born May 17, 1993.

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Antonio PEREZ Defensive end  6-2  225  Freshman  HS Sheldon High School  Elk Grove, Calif. High school: As a senior, had 50 tackles and seven tackles, which totaled -51 yards … as a junior, had 12 tackles and one sack … also runs track … second-team all-Delta River and East Bay Holiday Classic all-star team … two-time scholar-athlete ... graduating with honors.

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Justin PODRABSKY Tight end  6-6  256  Sophomore  SQ Lewiston High School  Lewiston, Idaho 2011: Did not play but was on the travel squad as a backup tight end. 2010: Redshirted High School: As a senior in 2009 was First-team Inland Empire League 5A ... Rivals. com Rocky Mountain States Postseason top 100 ... top-ranked recruit in Idaho and No. 3 quarterback in the region ... against Pullman, completed a 60-yard scoring play with one second left to win the game ... IEL first-team choice and Offensive Player of the Year as a junior, and also all-North Idaho ... led Lewiston to 10-1 record in 2008 which included season records for passing yards and touchdowns ... completed 160-of 252 passes (63.4 percent) for 2,733 yards and 34 TDs ... also rushed for 169 yards and nine TDs ... doubled as punter ... first-team all-state basketball player on state championship team ... Lettered in football, basketball and baseball in 2007... was IEL Newcomer of the Year in baseball ... National Honor Society ... on the honor roll all four years in high school. Personal: Son of Leanne and Joe Podrabsky ... born Sept. 9, 1991 ... majoring in Business.

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Receiver  5-10  162  Senior  3L Centennial High School  Corona, Calif. 2011: Saw action in five games ... caught seven passes for 67 yards and one TD (vs. North Dakota) ... also caught one two-point conversion pass ... missed part of the last part of the season with injury. 2010: Played in two games before sustaining a season-ending knee injury ... caught three passes for 30 yards prior to being injured. 2009: Played in seven games and caught one pass for eight yards. 2008: As true freshman, saw action in seven games and had three receptions for 23 yards in the receiver rotation ... also had one kickoff return for nine yards. High school: All-Mountain View League selection … caught 72 passes for a school-record 863 yards last season …five TD receptions … also scored on a run and a kickoff return … played in Southern California all-star game … caught a touchdown pass in that game. Personal: Son of Latanya Posey and Jimmie Posey ... born May 13, 1990.

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James RANDALL Linebacker  5-11  221  Sophomore  1L Compton High School  Compton, Calif. 2011: Played in 10 games – primarily on special teams ... had two solo tackles. 2010: Joined the Vandals in January and redshirted during the fall. High school: As a senior at Compton, had 68 total tackles (44 solo), four fumble recoveries (90 yards), one pass defensed and an interception … played outside linebacker and safety … was considered one of his team’s top defenders … all-area selection ... as a junior, had 59 total tackles along with five sacks (-25 yards) and one forced fumble.

Guy REYNOLDS

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JR.

Offensive line  6-2  316  Junior  1L Westview High School  Avondale, Ariz. 2011: Saw action as a backup offensive lineman. 2010: Injured his right shoulder in the Vandals’ opener and missed the remainder of the season. 2009: Played a backup role on the offensive line. 2008: Redshirted. High school: First-team all-state at center … West Valley Player of the Year … 2007 Desert West Regional selection … two-time Arizona Republic All-Arizona selection … three-year offensive line starter … played as a freshman on defense … part of a line that blocked for a backfield that averaged 325 yards per game. Personal: Son of Linda and Guy Reynolds ... born Nov. 3, 1989.

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Elan RICHARDS Linebacker  6-1  191  Freshman  RS Bellevue High School  Bellevue, Wash. 2011: Redshirted. High school: Key contributor on Bellevue’s three successive state championship teams … a “white chip” player (one of the top 105 in Washington) by the Seattle Times …. Honorable mention all-conference as a junior … also a standout basketball player ... team captain. Personal: Son of Pamela Richard and Kenny McKenzie ... born Sept. 9, 1992.

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Trent RODGERS Offensive line  6-1  246  Junior  HS Salmon River High School  Riggins, Idaho Joined the Vandals this spring.

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Brennett RODSETH Cornerback  5-9  183  Junior  SQ Auburn Riverside High School  Auburn, Wash.

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2011: Primarily a scout team player. 2010: Primarily a scout team player. 2009: Redshirted. High school: At Auburn Riverside High School, competed in football, wrestling and track ... National Football Foundation Finest Honorable Mention Defensive Back ... wrestling captain ... two-time Olympic weight-lifting champion ... Masonic Outstanding Junior ... Outstanding Student of America. Personal: Son of Barbara and Kent Rodseth ... born Jan. 24, 1991 .. majoring in Chemical Engineering.

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Kyle SALM Offensive line  6-6  292  Sophomore  SQ San Dimas High School  San Dimas, Calif. 2011: Injured ... did not play. 2010: Joined the Vandals in January and redshirted during the fall. High school: All-California Interscholastic Federation Mid-Valley Division first team … all-Inland Valley first team … all-Valley Vista League first team … Gabriel Valley Tribune all-area first team … blocked in an offense that averaged 341 rushing yards per game … 4.2 gradepoint average … said coach Bill Zernickow, “He’s dominant.” Personal: Son of Leonard and Kris Salm ... born June 4, 1991.

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Corey SANDBERG Linebacker  6-2  217  Freshman  RS Christian Liberty Academy  Prescott, Ariz. 2011: Redshirted after joining the Vandals in the fall ... younger brother Dallas is an offensive lineman for the Vandals. Etc.: Served two tours overseas (one in Iraq and one in Afghanistan) before enrolling at Idaho.

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Dallas SANDBERG Offensive line  6-5  309  Freshman  RS Bradshaw Mountain High School  Prescott, Ariz. 2011: Joined the Vandals in January and redshirted in the fall.. 2010: Grayshirt. 2009: Arizona Football Coaches Association 4A all-state team … Arizona Republic Class 4A all-state team … recorded 62 total tackles (34 solo and 28 assists) … also kicked off and was successful on four PAT attempts … also a shot putter on the track team.

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78

Conrad SCHEIDT Linebacker  6-1  231  Senior  3L Kamehameha High School  Waianae, Hawai`i

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2011: Played in all 12 games and started 11 ... third-leading tackler on the team with 93 (42 solo and 51 assists) ... had eight tackles for loss and two sacks as well as three forced fumbles, one quarterback hurry and one pass defensed ... best game was 12 tackles (six solo and six assists) at New Mexico State ... had three tackles for loss vs. Hawai`i. 2010: Played in nine games at lineSINGLE-GAME HIGHS backer and one special teams ... toTackles taled 22 tackles (14 solo and eight as12 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 14, 2011) sists) ... also had 6.5 tackles for loss Unassisted tackles (-41 yards) and three sacks (-26 yards) 6, twice (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011, ... forced one fumble. and at New Mexico State, Oct. 14, 2011) 2009: Earned key roles on special Assists teams as a true freshman ... had five 7, twice (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011, total tackles ... also saw some time at linebacker. and at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011) Tackles for loss High school: Ranked #81 in the nation at middle linebacker by Scout.com ... 2008 ILH 3 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011) Football All-Star second team ... Hawai’i All-Star Football Classic selection. Sacks Personal: Son of Maria and Daniel Scheidt ... born Nov. 22, 1990. 2, twice (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011, and vs. UNLV, Sept. 18, 2010) Forced fumbles 1 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010) Quarterback hurries 1 (vs. Fresno State, Sept. 29, 2011) Passes defensed 1 (at San Jose State, Nov. 5, 2011).

G

UT

AT

2011 12 2010 9 2009 13 Totals 34

42 14 1 57

51 93 8.0-24 8 22 6.5-41 4 5 0-0 63 120 14.5-65

TT

TFL

Sacks

FF

FR

Int QBH PBU

2.0-11 3.0-26 0-0 5.0-37

3 1 0 4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

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Dontae SCOTT Defensive tackle  6-4  295  Senior  1L Golden West College  Leilehua High School  Waianae, Hawai`i 2011: Played in nine games and started two .. had 17 total tackles (five solo and 12 assists) ... had 1.5 tackles for loss ... best game was four tackles (one solo and three assists) vs. Louisiana Tech. Junior college: As a sophomore, played in eight games and had 31 total tackles (11 solo and 20 assists) ... also had 5.0 sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss in addition to forcing two fumbles ... earned first team Central Division East Conference honors ... Golden West advanced to post-season play during his freshman season and won the Orange County Rooster Bowl ... was an honorable mention player on the 2007 Hawai’i Dream Team.

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88

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Mike SCOTT Receiver  5-11  198  Senior  1L Foothill College  Palo Alto High School  East Palo Alto, Calif. 2011: Biletnikoff Watch list ... led Vandals with 55 receptions for 691 yards ... scored TD ... long catch of 51 yards ... had eight receptions twice (vs. Bowling Green and vs. North Dakota) ... season-best 99 yards vs. North Dakota. Junior college: Earned all-conference recognition as a receiver and was a team captain ... also was on the Dean’s List and was an all-conference scholar-athlete. High school: Was a team captain in addition to earning all-CCS, all-conference and firstteam Mercury News mention ... also played basketball and competed in track and field. Personal: Son of Annette and Michael Scott ... born Feb. 27, 1990.

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79

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80

Robert SIAVII Linebacker  6-1  227  Senior  3L Leilehua High High School  Wahaiwa, Hawai`i SINGLE-GAME BESTS Tackles 7 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31,2009) Unassisted tackles 6 (at Washington, Sept. 12, 2009) Assists 4, twice (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009, and vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31,2009) Tackles for loss 1, seven times (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009; vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009; at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009; vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008; vs. San Jose State, Nov. 1, 2008; vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008, and vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008) Sacks 1 (vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008) Passes defensed 1, four times (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009; vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009; at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009, and vs. San Jose State, Nov. 1, 2008) QB hurry 2 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009) Forced fumble 1, twice (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009, and at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009).

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2011: Injured during spring ... redshirted. 2010: Started all 13 games and led the Vandals in total tackles with 91 (55 solo, 36 assists), was second in tackles for loss with 13.5 (-52 yards) and tied for second in sacks with 3.5 for minus-26 yards ... also had four pass breakups (second on the team) and six quarterback hurries ... his four forced fumbles tied for 15th nationally. 2009: Started all 13 games and tied for third on the team with 58 total tackles, which includes 3.5 tackles for losses totaling 10 yards ... also had three hurries and three passes defensed. 2008: Played in all 12 games and started four as a true freshman ... had 20 total tackes (13 solo and seven assists), which includes four tackles for loss. High school: Honolulu Advertiser Defensive Player of the Year … Helped team win OIA football championship in 2007 … had five interceptions as a senior. Personal: Son of Shana and Robert Siavii ... born April 30, 1990.

2010 2009 2008 Totals

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UT

AT

Total

Sacks

FF

FR

Int

13 13 12 38

55 32 13 100

36 26 7 69

91 13.5-52 3.5-26 58 3.5-10 0-0 20 4.0-16 1.0-12 169 21-78 4.5-38

TFL

4 2 0 6

2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0

1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

QBH PBU

6 3 0 9

4 3 1 8

Russell SIAVII Linebacker  6-2  170  Freshman  HS Leilehua High School  Wahaiwa, Hawai`i As a senior, he was a first-team all-state safety as well as first-team Oahu Red West defense and a HiFive Athlete of the Week … in one game, he had four interceptions … also plays basketball … as a junior, was an Oahu Red honorable mention selection … when older brother Robert signed with the Vandals he said, “I’d like to follow his footsteps.” Personal: Son of Shana and Robert Siavii.

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Ian SILBERNAGEL Receiver  6-2  200  Freshman  RS McKay High School  Salem, Ore. 2011: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, a dual threat as a passer and runner with 856 passing yards while completing 60 of 105 passes (.571 percent) with five TD passes in addition to carrying the ball 92 times for 623 yards and 11 TDs (one of which was a 75-yarder) ... defensively, had 31 total tackles (27 solo and four assists) in addaition to one interception ... called the “best athlete in the Central Valley Conference” ... second-team Central Valley all-conference quarterback ... as a junior at McKay, had 990 yards passing after completing 77 of 140 passes (threw for seven TDs) ... also carried the ball 93 times for 638 yards and another seven TDs ... was a second-team all-conference choice ... also played basketball and was a sprinter on the track team ... started at quarterback as a sophomore and accumulated 957 yards passing and 207 yards rushing.

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Thaad THOMPSON Defensive back  6-3  217  Senior  1L Ellsworth College  Margate, Fla. 2011: Injured ... redshirted. 2010: Had 27 total tackles (16 solo and 11 assists) ... blocked one kick (vs. San Jose State). Junior College: Had 27 total tackles and three tackles for loss in Ellsworth’s 8-3 season.

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Pasi TOKI Defensive tackle  6-1  306  Junior  JC Chabot College  Kaelekehe High School  Kaelekehe, Hawai`i Junior college: Helped Chabot to the conference championship. High school: Kaelekehe won the divisional championship … All BIIF team as a senior offensive lineman at Kaelekehe.

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Maurice TROTTER Receiver  5-11  195  Senior  1L Mesa College  SouthMountain High School  Phoenix, Ariz. 2011: Saw action in nine games. Junior college: Had 22 receptions for 650 yards and five TDs at Mesa College ... totaled 790 all-purpose yards ... was a national qualifier in track for Mesa’s 4x100 team. High school: Graduated in 2009 from South Mountain ... was an all-conference receiver as well as an all-conference honoree for track in the 100 and 200 ... 4x100 team was third in the state. Personal: Son of Frances and Michael Trotter ... born Oct. 4, 1990.

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Linebacker  6-0  226  Senior  1L City College of San Francisco Sacred Heart High School  San Francisco, Calif. 2011: Saw action in eight games ... had nine total tackles (six solo and three assists ... also had two tackles for loss (one a sack) and one quarterback hurry. Junior college: As a freshman, was on the first-team all-California defense … had 78 tackles, one sack and one interception … as a sophomore, was a first-team JC Gridwire preseason all-American … CCSF won NorCal Championship both years Tuala played there … NorCal Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore. Personal: Graduate of San Francisco’s Sacred Heart School ... son of Lisa Levi and Nixon Tuala ... born Feb. 11, 1991.

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Justin VELTUNG Receiver  5-11  182  Senior  3L Puyallup High High School  Puyallup, Wash.

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2011: Paul Hornung Watch list ... battled foot injury throughout the season ... nevertheless, led the team in punt and kickoff returns and was the fifth leading receiver ... was second in all-purpose yards with 919 ... best receiving game was six catches for 94 yards vs. Louisiana Tech ... had 89 yards in kickoff returns vs. Nevada and 93 in punt returns vs. Louisiana Tech ... scored twice on punt returns ... is second on Idaho’s all-time kickoff returns list (70) and kickoff return yardage list (1,605), and seventh on the all-time kickoff return average list (22.9). 2010: Developed into an integral member of the Vandal receiving corps ... was third on the team in total receiving yards (497) and tied for sixth in total receptions (25) ... scored more TDs than any other Vandal receiver with eight ... hooked up with Nathan Enderle for a team-season best 76-yard reception ... also was the Vandals’ leading kick returner with 686 yards on 30 returns ... scored on an 84-yard return at Fresno State ... also scored on a 37-yard run to lead the Vandals with 10 TDs scored. 2009: Saw action as a true freshman at receiver (one reception for seven yards) and on special teams where he returned 17 kicks for 425 yards, which includes three for 75 yards in the Vandals’ Humanitarian Bowl victory ... his 94-yard return against Louisiana Tech earned him WAC Special Teams Player of the Week honors ... his average of 25.0 yards per return ranks as sixth best in Vandal football history. High school: As a senior, was first team all-South Puget Sound League as a receiver, defensive back and kick returner ... SPSL Special Teams Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Tacoma News Tribune all-area return specialist ... had 19 receptions for 481 yards and 944 all-purpose yards despite missing part of the season with injury ... also, all-state selection and SPSL MVP as a soccer forward ... ran track as a freshman (10.8 100) ... recorded a 4.39 40 - the best time at the Spanaway Competitive Edge Combine ... 2009 state long jump champion. Personal: Son of Kellie and Peter Veltung ... born March 30, 1991 ... majoring in General Studies SINGLE-GAME BESTS Receptions 6, twice (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011, and at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010) Receiving yards 140 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010) Receiving touchdowns 4 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16,2010) Long reception 76 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010) All-purpose yards 215 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011). Kick returns 7 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010) Kick return yards 164 (at Fresno State, Nov. 27, 2010) Kick return TDs 1, twice (at Fresno State, Nov. 27, 2010, and vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009) Long return 94 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009) Punt returns 4 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) Punt return yards 93 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) Punt return TDs 1, twice (at New Mexico State, Oct. 14, 2011, and vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) Long punt return 81 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011).

2011 2010 2009 TOTALS

G 10 13 12 35

Att. 3 7 2 12

RUSHING Yds. Avg. 9 3 72 10.3 30 15 111 9.3

TDs 0 1 0 1

Long 8 37 17 37

APG 0.9 5.5 2.5 3.2

2011 2010 2009 TOTALS

G 10 13 12 35

Rec. 20 25 1 46

RECEIVING Yds. Avg. 231 11.6 497 19.9 7 7 735 16

TDs 0 8 0 8

Long 46 76 7 76

APG 23.1 38.2 0.6 21

2011 2010 2009 TOTALS

Ret. 23 30 17 70

KICKOFF RETURNS Yds. Avg. TDs Long 494 21.5 0 42 686 22.9 1 84 425 25 1 94 1605 22.9 2 94

2011

Ret. 11

Yds. 185

2011 2010 2009 TOTALS

G 10 13 12 35

Rush 9 72 30 111

PUNT RETURNS Avg. TDs Long 16.8 2 81 ALL-PURPOSE Rec. KR PR 231 494 185 497 686 0 7 425 0 735 1605 185

Total 919 1255 462 2636

APG 91.9 96.5 38.5 75.3

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Offensive line  6-5  296  Junior  JC Butte College  Chico High School  Chico, Calif. Junior college: Butte was 10-1 in 2011 and won the Graffiti Bowl after averaging 457.5 yards total offense (243.6 passing, 213.8 rushing) and 43.1 points per game. During his freshman season, Butte was 9-2 and won the ASBG Bowl.

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Gary WALKER Safety  6-0  203  Senior  3L Redlands East Valley High School  Redlands, Calif.

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2011: Started all 12 games ... was Idaho’s second-leading tackler (109) and solo tackle leader (67) ... also had four tackles for loss, three pass breakups, one sack and one fumble recovery ... best outing twas 15 tackles (12 solo and three assists) SINGLE-GAME BESTS vs. Louisiana Tech ... had six doubleTackles figure tackle games – 15, 13 (vs. Bowl15 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) ing Green), 12 (vs. Utah State), 11 (at Unassisted tackles Nevada) and 10 twice (at Virginia and 12 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011) at New Mexico State). Assists 2010: Started 11 and played in 12 6 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 19, 2011) games ... totaled 58 tackles (43 solo Tackles for loss and 15 assists) ... also recovered three 1, five times (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, fumbles and broke up three passes in addition to grabbing two interceptions and recording 2011; at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011; one tackle-for-loss ... best game was nine tackles (six solo and three assists as well as vs. Fresno State (Sept. 24, 2011; one TFL) and a 54-yard fumble recovery at Louisiana Tech. at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011, 2009: Earned significant playing time as a true freshman ... played in all 13 games and and at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010) recorded 29 total tackles (20 solo and nine assists), which includes five stops (four solo, Sacks one assist) in the Vandals’ Humanitarian Bowl victory. (at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011) High school: Two-way starter as a senior ... all-California Interscholastic League Inland Passes defensed Division selection at defensive back ... also played receiver ... as a senior, had 464 yards 1, six times (at Nevada, Dec. 4, 2011; vs. receiving on 27 receptions and scored four touchdowns; 71 tackles, four interceptions (two Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011; vs. Bowling for TDs). returned three punts for TDs, and carried the ball 42 times for 294 yards and Green, Sept. 1, 2011; at Hawai`i, Oct. 30, one TD ... as a junior, 22 receptions for 302 yards and three TDs; 88 tackles and three 2010; at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010, and interceptions; averaged 22.1 yards per punt return; had 42 carries for 381 yards and four at Western Michigan, Oct. 2, 2010) TDs; 8-for-17 passing for 238 yards and eight TDs ... REV MVP as a junior and senior ... Fumble recovery also team captain as a junior and senior and led team in interceptions both years ... high 1, four times (vs. Utah State, Nov. 19, 2011; school teammate of Idaho linebacker Andre Ferguson. at Fresno State, Nov. 27, 2010; Personal: Son of Gary Walker Sr. ... born May 10, 1991 ... majoring in Criminal Justice. at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 16, 2010, and at Nebraska, Sept. 11, 2010 G UT AT TT) TFL Sacks FF FR Int QBH PBU 2011 12 67 42 109 4.0-20 1.0-6 0 1-11 0 0 3 Interceptions 2010 12 43 15 58 1.0-2 0-0 0 3-54 0 0 3 1, twice (vs. San Jose State, Dec. 4, 2010, 2009 13 20 9 29 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 and at Western Michigan, Oct. 2, 2010).

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Jeremiah WALTERS Linebacker  6-3  226  Freshman  RS McClymonds High School  Oakland, Calif. 2011: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, was first-team all-Oakland Athletic League and second team all-East Bay for conference championship McClymonds … also Cal-Hi Sports Player of the Week (at running back) and is a 2010 Scholar Athlete award winner … as a senior, had 70 total tackles, four sacks and recovered four fumbles … carried the ball 20 times for 180 yards in addition to pulling in 15 receptions for 210 yards and six touchdowns. Personal: Son of Vesha Walters ... born Dec. 20, 1992 ... twin brother, Joshua, also plays for the Vandals.

Deon WATSON

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JR.

Athlete  6-3  210  Freshman  HS Coeur d’Alene High School  Coeur d’Alene, Idaho First-team all-state receiver and second-team all-state as a defensive end as senior … first-team Inland Empire receiver as a senior … during senior season, caught 54 passes for 931 yards and 13 touchdowns … averaged 17.2 yards per catch … set Coeur d’Alene records for career receptions (93), receiving yards (1,513) and touchdowns (19) … defensively in two seasons, had 23 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks … father, Deon, is Idaho’s career rebounding record holder and still ranks second in career blocked shots.

Kyren WATTS Receiver  6-2  174  Junior  JC College of the Siskyous  New Waverly High School  New Waverly, Texas

As a sophomore at College of the Siskiyous, had 40 receptions for 700 yards and nine touchdowns … also played one season at Kilgore College … in high school, was the wide receiver MVP a the National Underclassmen.com Showcase … was a first-team Mid Empire Conference choice and an EA Sports Elite Camp attendee … as a freshman, already was considered one of the top receivers in Texas … also played basketball and baseball in high school and played in the HABCA All-Star game in 2010.

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Ben WESTRUM Offensive line  6-7  309  Freshman  RS Black Hills High School  Tumwater, Wash. 2011: Redshirted. 2010: Grayshirt. 2009: First-team Associated Press 2A all-state lineman … first-team all-Evergreen Conference … all-Olympia Area offensive lineman … honors student. 2008: First-team all-Evergreen Conference offensive lineman … all-Olympia Area offensive lineman … state 2A selection. Etc.: Four-year letterwinner in football and track … three-year letterwinner in basketball … won discus competition at league meet … nominated to play in 2010 East-West Shrine All-State Football Game.

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Christian WHITEHEAD 86

Cornerback  5-10  169  Junior  SQ Fairfax High School  Los Angeles, Calif. 2011: Scout team player. 2010: Scout team player. 2009: Redshirted. High school: Joined the Vandals in the fall of 2009 ... played football and ran track at Fairfax High School. Personal: Son of Kimberly Parker and Rena Whitehead ... born Sept. 20, 1991.

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Andrew WILLIAMS Safety  6-0  175  Freshman  HS Cosumnes Oaks High School  Elk Grove, Calif.

Two-year starter at Cosumnes Oaks … also played quarterback in high school … team captain ... 174 carries for 1,042 yards and 12 touchdowns ... set a school single-game rushing record with 230 yards against Vista del Lago … also scored three touchdowns in that game … all-Sierra Valley selection … Conference Player of the Week after throwing for 51 yards and rushing for 104 in season-opening victory over Yuba City.

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Trey WILLIAMS Safety  6-2  206  Junior  2L Leflore County High School  Itta Bena, Miss.

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2011: Played in 10 games on special teams and as a backup safety ... had 27 total tackles (16 solo, 11 assists) ... also recovered one fumble ... best game was six total tackles (one solo, five assists) at Virginia. 2010: Played in 12 of 13 games and had eight total tackles (six solo and two assists) ... also forced one fumble. 2009: Redshirted. High school: Four-year letterman … 3.5 grade-point average … as a senior, rushed for 1,900 yards and 23 TDs .. as a junior, rushed for 700 yards and 12 TDs … played two ways as a sophomore and rushed for 500 yards and nine TDs along with defensively accounting for 60 tackles and 20 tackles for loss … was a 2A all-state running back … second in state 2A in 110-meter hurdles with an Accutrack time of 14.1 … member of 2A state 4x100 championship team … interested in Architecture as a major … lists hobby as chasing quail (he’s caught four).

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Matthew WILLIS Linebacker  6-0  225  Junior  JC LA Harbor College  Palos Verdes High School  Palos Verdes, Calif. Attended the Air Force Academy before transferring to LA Harbor … Defensive Player of the Year for the Central West Conference … had 122 tackles, seven sacks, 22.5 tackles for loss, one interception and three forced fumbles ... doubled on offense with 137 rusing yards and 20 receiving yards … as a senior at Palos Verdes, had 142 tackles, 23.5 for tackles for loss, seven sacks, one fumble recovery and 11 forced fumbles … played in the Lions Senior All-Star game ... All-American.

Mason WOODS Offensive line  6-8  320  Freshman  HS Terry Fox Secondary  Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

Played football at Terry Fox Secondary in British Columbia ... team captain and all-state selection ... had 30 tackles and eight sacks ... also played lacrosse and basketball as well as three years for the Langley Minor Football club team.

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VANDAL 2 0 1 2 V A N D A L S

88

Fall additions 97

Brett Ballard

DL

5-9

228

Fr.

HS

Eagle High School

Eagle, Idaho

66

Logan Dieterich

OL

6-3

339

Fr.

HS

Bainbridge High School

Bainbridge Island, Wash.

61

Chester Faiai

OL

6-0

349

Jr.

JC

Samoana HS/Westhills College

Matu`u, American Samoa

49

Austin Glenn

LB

6-1

193

Fr.

HS

Marsing High School

58

Jo Jo Harrington

LB

5-8

180

Fr.

HS

Bishop Kelly High School

41

Johnny Haskew

RB

6-1

198

Fr.

HS

Post Falls High School

25

Jake Hennessey

CB

5-11

174

Fr.

HS

Mountain Home High School

54

Spenser Killman

LB

6-0

185

Fr.

HS

Olympic High School

59

Kerry Kuheana

LB

5-11

212

Fr.

HS

Alconbury American High School (Germany)

16

Devin Lesley

CB

5-9

180

Fr.

HS

Nampa High School

19

Jahrie Level

WR

6-0

187

Jr.

JC

Miami Northwestern/El Camino

23

Skyler Nielson

WR

6-1

207

Fr.

HS

Vallivue High School

Caldwell, Idaho

24

Zach Rhinehart

QB

6-2

187

Fr.

HS

Fruitland High School

Fruitland, Idaho

31

Ringo Robinson

LB

5-9

240

Fr.

HS

Vallivue High School

Caldwell, Idaho

87

Roman Runner

WR

6-0

185

Jr.

JC

Freedom High School/CC of San Francisco

63

Calvin White

OL

6-5

258

Fr.

HS

Marysville-Pilchuck High School

Marsing, Idaho Boise, Idaho Post Falls, Idaho Mountain Home, Idaho Olympia, Wash. Post Falls, Idaho Nampa, Idaho Miami, Fl.

Oakley, Calif. Marysville, Wash.

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90

Game #1 • Aug. 30, 2012 • Kibbie Dome (16,000) • Moscow, Idaho • 6 p.m.

EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

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QUICK FACTS Location .......................................... Cheney, Wash. Founded ..........................................................1882 Enrollment ....................................................10,750 Nickname......................................................Eagles Colors ..............................................Red and White Affiliation .... NCAA Football Championship Subdivision Conference ................................................. Big Sky Stadium .....................................Roos Field (8,600) Surface. ............................................ Sprinturf (red) President ..................................Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Director of Athletics................................Bill Chaves Athletics Dept. Phone .....................(509) 359-2463 Athletics Website ...................... www.GoEags.com MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact .................................. Dave Cook Cook’s Phones ....(509) 359-6334/(509) 280-2502 Cook’s Email .............................. dcook@ewu.edu

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach.......................................Beau Baldwin (Central Washington, 1996) Record at EWU...................... 33-16 (four seasons) Career Record ........................43-19 (five seasons) Asso. HC/defensive coordinator ........John Graham Offensive coordinator/offensive line ......Aaron Best Special teams coor./secondary.....Jeff Schmedding Recruiting coor./defensive line........... Ryan Sawyer Pro liaison/receivers ..........................Junior Adams Quarterbacks ...............................................Zak Hill Linebackers ...........................................Josh Fetter Tight ends/offensive tackles ...........Brian Strandley Cornerbacks ................................ Cherokee Valeria Running backs ................................. Kiel McDonald THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Idaho leads 15-5 (game by game scores on page 102) Most points by UI ............................................... 51 (1990) Most points by EWU .......................................... 42 (1985) UI largest winning margin .................................. 39 (1993) EWU largest winning margin ................................ 7(1984) Longest UI winning streak .............................................. 8 Longest EWU winning streak ......................................... 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points .......................................... 7 Idaho wins at EWU ......................................................... 7 Idaho wins at home ........................................................ 8 EWU wins at Idaho ......................................................... 3 EWU wins at home ......................................................... 2

Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 18

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Ssetp. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

2012 SCHEDULE at Idaho ..................................... 6 p.m. at Washington State ..................... TBA at Weber State * ........................... TBA Montana *............................. 4:05 p.m. North Dakota * ............................. TBA at Montana State * ............. 12:35 p.m. Sacramento State * ...................... TBA at Southern Utah * ....................... TBA Cal Poly ....................................... TBA UC Davis * ................................... TBA at Portland State * ........................ TBA * Big Sky Conference game 2011 RESULTS at Washington ........................L, 30-27 at South Dakota .....................L, 30-17 at Montana *...........................L, 17-14 vs. Montana State *................L, 36-21 vs. Weber State * ..................W, 27-21 at Northern Arizona *.............W, 36-28 Northern Colorado * ..............W, 48-27 at Sacramento State * ...........W, 42-35 vs. Portland State * ................L, 43-26 at Cal Poly.............................W, 53-51 at Idaho State * .....................W, 45-14

Game #2 • Sept. 8, 2012 • Doyt Perry Stadium (24,000) • Bowling Green, Ohio • 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET

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QUICK FACTS Location ............Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0030 Founded ........................................................ 1910 Enrollment .................................................. 15,356 Nickname.................................................. Falcons Colors ........................................ .Orange & Brown Affiliation ............................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference ....Mid-American, East Division (MAC) Stadium ............................Perry Stadium (24,000) Surface. ................................................... FieldTurf President ........................... Dr. Carol A. Cartwright Asst. V.P./Director of Athletics.... Greg Christopher Athletics Dept. Phone ................... (419) 372-2401 Athletics Website ................... BGSUFalcons.com MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact/Assistant Director ....Dave Meyer Meyer’s Office Phone ................... (419) 372-7077 Meyer’s Email .........................meyerd@bgsu.edu

BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach....................................Dave Clawson (Williams College-Mass., 1989) Record at BGSU .................14-23 (three seasons) Career Record ........................ 72-72 (12 seasons) Defensive Coordinator ........................... Mike Elko Offensive Coordinator/QB ..........Warren Ruggiero Tight Ends/Special Teams .............. Adam Scheier Wide Receivers ............................... Mark Carney Running Backs/Recruiting ................ John Hunter Offensive Line........................................Bill Durkin Secondary .........................................Nick Monroe Defensive Line ...............................Larry McDaniel Linebackers ............................................Clark Lea THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Tied 1-1 Year UI BGSU Location 2009 43 42 * 2011 15 32 Moscow Most points by Idaho ......................43 (2009) Most points by BGS ........................42 (2009) UI largest winning margin .................1 (2009) BGS largest winning margin ........... 17 (2011) Decided by 7 or fewer points ....................... 1 * neutral site (Humanitarian Bowl, Boise, Idaho)

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 at Florida ...................................... TBA Sept. 8 vs. Idaho ...................................... TBA Sept. 15 at Toledo * .................................... TBA Sept. 22 at Virginia Tech............................. TBA Sept. 29 vs. Rhode Island .......................... TBA Oct. 6 at Akron * ..................................... TBA Oct. 13 vs. Miami (Ohio) * ........................ TBA Oct. 20 at Massachusetts *....................... TBA Oct. 27 vs. Eastern Michigan * ................. TBA Nov. 7 at Ohio University * ................... 8 p.m. Nov. 17 vs. Kent State * ............................ TBA Nov. 23 at Buffalo *.................................... TBA * Mid-American Conference game 2011 RESULTS Sept. 1 at Idaho ................................W, 32-15 Sept. 10 Morgan State .......................W, 58-13 Sept. 17 Wyoming ................................L, 28-27 Sept. 24 at Miami (Ohio) * ...................W, 37-23 Oct.. 1 at West Virginia .....................L, 55-10 Oct.. 8 at Western Michigan * ............L, 45-21 Oct.. 15 Toledo * ..................................L, 28-21 Oct.. 22 Temple * ................................W, 13-10 Oct.. 29 at Kent State * .......................L, 27-15 Nov.. 8 Northern Illinois *....................L, 45-14 Nov.. 16 Ohio * .....................................L, 29-28 Nov.. 25 at Buffalo *.............................W, 42-28

UNIVERSITY OF I

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LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

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QUICK FACTS Location .......................................Baton Rouge, La. Founded ..........................................................1860 Enrollment ....................................................27,992 Nickname.......................................................Tigers Colors ............................................Purple and Gold Affiliation ............................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference ........................................ Southeastern Stadium ..............................Tiger Stadium (92,542) Surface. ............................................. Natural grass President ............................... Dr. John V. Lombardi Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics ...... Joe Alleva Athletics Dept. Phone .....................(225) 578-8001 Athletics Website .................... www.LSUsports.net

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach............................................. Les Miles (Michigan, 1976) Record at LSU ....................75-18 (seven seasons) Career Record ........................103-39 (11 seasons) Defensive coordinator..........................John Chavis Offensive coordinator ..................... Greg Studrawa Quarterbacks ...............................Steve Kragthorpe Running backs/recruiting ....................Frank Wilson Tight ends .................................... Steve Ensminger Defensive line ....................................... Brick Haley Receivers.............................................Adam Henry Special teams ........................ Thomas McGaughey Defensive backs ............................Corey Raymond THE SERIES VS. IDAHO LSU leads 1-0 Year UI LSU Location 1998 20 53 Baton Rouge Most points by Idaho ......................20 (1998) Most points by LSU ........................53 (1998)

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact ........................ Michael Bonnette Bonnette’s Phones ......(225) 578-8226/(225) 766-2702 Bonnette’s Email ......................mbonnet@lsu.edu

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 23

vs. North Texas .................................TBA vs. Washington .................................TBA vs. Idaho ...........................................TBA at Auburn * ........................................TBA vs. Towson ........................................TBA at Florida * ........................................TBA vs. south Carolina *...........................TBA at Texas A&M * .................................TBA vs. Alabama * ....................................TBA vs. Mississippi State * .......................TBA vs. Ole Miss * ....................................TBA at Arkansas *............................ 1:30 p.m. * Southeastern Conference game

2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 vs. Oregon ................................W, 40-27 Sept. 10 vs. Northwestern State ...............W, 49-3 Sept. 15 at Misssissippi State * .................W, 19-6 Sept. 24 at West Virginia .........................W, 47-21 Oct. 1 vs. Kentucky * .............................W, 35-7 Oct. 8 vs. Florida * ............................... W, 41-11 Oct. 15 at Tennessee * ............................W, 38-7 Oct. 22 vs. Auburn * ..............................W, 45-10 Nov. 5 at Alabama * .........................W, 9-6 (OT) Nov. 12 vs. Western Kentucky .................W, 42-9 Nov. 19 at Ole Miss * ...............................W, 52-3 Nov. 25 vs. Arkansas * ...........................W, 41-17 Dec. 3 vs. Georgia **............................W, 42-10 Jan. 9 vs. Alabama *** ............................ L, 21-0 ** SEC Championship *** National Championship

Game #4 • Sept. 22, 2012 • Kibbie Dome (16,000) • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m.

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QUICK FACTS Location ..........................................Laramie, Wyo. Founded ........................................................ 1886 Enrollment .................................................. 13,476 Nickname................................................ Cowboys Colors ......................................... . Brown and gold Affiliation ............................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference .................................... Mountain West Stadium ............................ War Memorial (29,181) Surface. ............................ Desso Chllenge pro 60 President ................................. Dr. Tom Buchanan Director of Athletics............................Tom Burman Athletics Dept. Phone ................... (307) 766-2292 Athletics Website ...... www.wyomingathletics.com MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact ................................. Tim Harkins Harkins’ Phone ....(307) 766-2256/(307) 760-7847 Harkins’ Email ......................... tharkins@wyo.edu

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach.............................. Dave Christensen (Western Washington., 1985) Record at Wyoming ............18-20 (three seasons) Career Record ....................18-20 (three seasons) Offensive coordinator/QBs ........... Gregg Brandon Defensive coordinator/secondary .....Chris Tormey Special teams/linebackerfs ................. Robin Ross Run game coordinator/offensive line ..Jim Harding Assistant HC/offensive line ................. Pete Kaligis Defensvie line ..............................Danilo Robinson Defensive line .........................................Matt Rahl Running backs ...................................... Jason Ray Receivers/tight ends ........................... Derek Sage THE SERIES VS. IDAHO Wyoming leads 4-1 Game-by-game scores on page 103 Most points by UI ....................................38 (1996) Most points by UW .................................40 (1996) UI largest winning margin .......................28 (1921) UW largest winning margin.....................28 (1951) Longest UI winning streak ................................... 1 Longest UW winning streak ................................. 4 Decided by 7 or fewer points ............................... 2 Idaho wins at UW ................................................ 0 Idaho wins at home ............................................. 1 UW wins at Idaho ................................................ 0 UW wins at home ................................................ 4

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept., 22 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

at Texas ............................................TBA vs. Toledo ..........................................TBA vs. Cal Poly .......................................TBA at Idaho .................................3 p.m. (MT) at Nevada * .......................................TBA vs. Air Froce * ...................................TBA at Fresno State * ...............................TBA vs. Boise State * ..............1:30 p.m. (MT) vs. Colorado State * ..........................TBA at New Mexcio * ................................TBA at UNLV * ..........................................TBA vs. San Diego State *........................TBA * Mountain West Conference game

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 17

vs. Weber State ........................W, 35-32 vs. Texas State .........................W, 45-10 at Bowling Green ......................W, 28-27 Nebraska ................................... L, 38-14 t Utah State ................................ L, 63-19 UNLVL * ....................................W, 41-14 at San Diego State * .................W, 30-27 TCU * ......................................... L, 31-20 at Air Force * .............................W, 25-17 New Mexico * ............................W, 31-10 at Boise State * .......................... L, 36-14 at Colorado State * ...................W, 22-19 vs. Temple ................................. L, 37-15

2011 RESULTS

DAHO FOOTBALL

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Game #5 • Sept. 29, 2012 • Kenan Memorial Stadium (63,000) • Chapel Hill, N.C. • TBA

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QUICK FACTS Location ........................................Chapel Hill, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1789 Enrollment ....................................................17,895 Nickname................................................. Tar Heels Colors .............................. Carolina Blue and White Affiliation ............................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference ....................................... Atlantic Coast Stadium ..........................Kenan Memorial (63,000) Surface. ............................................. Natural grass Chancellor .................................... Dr. HoldenThorp Director of Athletics............................Dick Baddour Athletics Dept. Phone .....................(919) 962-6000 Athletics Website ................ www.TarHeelBlue.com

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach........................................Larry Fedora (Austin College, 1985 and 1986) Record at UNC ..................................... first season Career Record ....................... 34-19 (four seasons) Defensve line ...................................... Deke Adams Offensive coordinator/QBs ............ Blake Anderson Tight ends ................................................. Walt Bell Passing game coor./receivers ......... Gunter Brewer Defensive coordinator/secondary ...........Dan Disch Special teams/OLBs .........................David Duggan Running backs .................................. Randy Jordan Run game coor./offensive line .........Chris Kapilovic Asso. HC for defense/ILBs ................ Vic Koenning THE SERIES WITH IDAHO First meeting

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact ...................................Kevin Best Best’s Phones......(919) 962-8916/(919) 619-7020 Best’s Email .......................... kevinbest@unc.edu

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 10 Nov. 15 Nov. 24

vs. Elon .............................................TBA at Wake Forest * ...............................TBA at Louisville .......................................TBA vs. East Carolina...............................TBA vs. Idaho ...........................................TBA vs. Virginia Tech * .............................TBA at Miami * ..........................................TBA at Duke * ...........................................TBA vs. North Carolina State * .................TBA vs.Georgia Tech * .............................TBA at Virginia * .......................................TBA vs. Maryland * ...................................TBA * Atlantic Coast Conference game

Sept. 4 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 No.v 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 30

vs. LSU ...................................... L, 30-24 vs. Georgia Tech * ....................L, 30--24 at Rutgers .................................W, 17-13 vs. East Carolina.......................W, 42-17 vs. Clemson *............................W, 21-16 at Virginia * ...............................W, 44-10 at Miami * ................................... L, 33-10 vs. William & Mary ....................W, 21-17 at Florida State * .......................W, 37-35 vs. Virginia Tech * ...................... L, 26-10 vs. North Carolina State * .......... L, 29-25 at Duke * ...................................W, 24-19 vs. Tennessee ** ...............W, 20-27 (OT) ** Independence Bowl

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Game #6 • Oct. 6, 2012 • Kibbie Dome (16,000) • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m.

NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY

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QUICK FACTS Location ..................................... Las Cruces, N.M. Founded ........................................................ 1888 Enrollment .................................................. 16,428 Nickname.................................................... Aggies Colors .................................... .Crimson and White Affiliation .......................................NCAA Division I Conference .................................. Western Athletic Stadium ....................................Memorial (30,343) Surface. ..................................................... Natural President ...............................Dr. Barbara Couture Director of Athletics................Dr. McKinley Boston Athletics Dept. Phone ................... (575) 646-2927 Athletics Website .......... www.NMStateSports.com MEDIA RELATIONS Director .............................................. Tyler Dunkel Dunkel’s Office Phone .................. (575) 646-2927 Dunkel’s Email ..................... tydunkel@nmsu.edu

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach...............................DeWayne Walker Regents College (1992) Record at NMS ....................... 5-20 (two seasons) Career Record ..............................................Same Running backs ..............................Shaun Johnson Linebackers ..........................................Will Martin Tight ends/Special teams ................ Keith Murphy Defensive line ............................Romeo Bandison Offensive line ......................................Brad Bedell Offensive coord./QBs ...................Jerry McManus Defensive coordinator/LBs ................ David Elson Offensive coord./Receivers .......R. Todd Littlejohn Pass game coor./DBs .................. Mike Rutenberg THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Idaho leads 13-5 game-by-game scores on page 103 Most points scored by UI ........................47 (1977) Most points by NMS ...............................46 (2001) UI largest winning margin .......................27 (1976) NMS largest winning margin...................28 (1999) Longest UI winning streak ................................... 6 Longest NMS winning streak ............................... 2 Decided by seven or fewer points ..................... 10 Idaho wins at NMS .............................................. 6 Idaho wins at home ............................................. 7 NMS wins at Idaho .............................................. 1 NMS wins at home .............................................. 4

2012 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 vs. Sacramento State ................... 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at Ohio ..............................................TBA Sept. 15 at UTEP ........................................ 6 p.m. Sept. 22 vs. New Mexico............................. 6 p.m. Sept. 29 vs. UTSA * .................................... 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Idaho * ...................................... 3 p.m. Oct. 20 at Utah State * .............................. 1 p.m. Oc.t 27 vs. Louisiana Tech * ...................... 6 p.m. Nov. 3 at Auburn ..........................................TBA Nov. 10 at San Jose State * .................. 1:30 p.m. Nov. 24 vs. BYU .................................... 1:30 p.m. Dec. 1 at Texas State * .................................TBA * Western Athletic Conference game; Times MT

2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3

Ohio ........................................... L, 44-24 at Minnesota .............................W, 28-21 UTEP ......................................... L, 16-10 at San Jose State ...................... L, 34-24 at New Mexico ..........................W, 42-28 Idaho .........................................W, 31-24 at Hawai`i .................................. L, 45-34 Nevada ...................................... L, 48-34 at Georgia .................................. L, 63-16 Fresno State ............................ W, 48-45 at Brigham Young ........................ L, 42-7 at Louisiana Tech ......................... L, 44-0 Utah State .................................. L, 24-21

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 Game #7 • Oct. 13, 2012 • Bobcat Stadium (30,000) • San Marcos, Texas • 4 p.m. PT/6 p.m. CT

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QUICK FACTS Location .................................... San Marcos, Texas Founded ..........................................................1899 Enrollment ....................................................32,586 Nickname....................................................Bobcats Colors ..........................................Maroon and Gold Affiliation ............................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference ..................................Western Athletics Stadium ...........................Bobcat Stadium (30,000) Surface. ....................................................Field Turf President ................................Dr. Denise M. Trauth Director of Athletics............................ Dr. Larry Teis Athletics Dept. Phone ..................... (512) 245-2114 Athletics Website ............ www.txstatebobcats.com

TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach.............................. Dennis Franchione (Michigan, 1976) Record at Texas State ........19-15 (three seasons*) Career Record .................. 193-107-2 (27 seasons) Asst. HC/co-OC/QBs .......................... Mike Schultz Co-OC/RBs/TEs ..................................Jeff Conway Offensive line ...................................Dennis Darnell REceives ........................................ Jason Johnson DC/Safeties .........................................Craig Naivar Linebackers ..................................Brad Franchione Defensive line .....................................Mike Hudson Defensive tackles ..........................Reuben Vaughn Cornerbacks .............................. Jason Washington * 2011 and 1990-91

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO First meeting

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact .................................Rick Poulter Poulter’s Phones .................................. (512) 245-2966 Poulter’s Email ....................rpoulter@txstate.edu

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 at Houston ......................................TBA Sept. 8 vs. Texas Tech ................................TBA Sept. 22 vs. Stephen F. Austin ......................TBA Sept. 29 vs. Nevada .....................................TBA Oct. 6 at New Mexico ................................TBA Oct. 13 vs. Idaho * ......................................TBA Oc.t 27 at San Jose State *.........................TBA Nov. 3 at Utah State * ................................TBA Nov. 10 vs. Louisiana Tech *........................TBA Nov. 17 at Navy ...........................................TBA Nov. 24 at Texas-San Antonio * ...................TBA Dec. 1 vs. New Mexico State * ..................TBA * Western Athletic Conference game

2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Texas Tech........................... L, 50-10 at Wyoming ............................. L, 45-10 vs. Tarleton ............................. W, 38-28 at Stephen F. Austin ............... W, 35-26 vs. Nicholls state .................... W, 38-12 at McNeese State ................... W, 21-14 vs. Lamar................................ W, 46-21 at Southeastern Louisiana....... L, 38-28 vs. Northwestern Louisiana ..... L, 23-10 vs. PVAM ................................ W, 34-26 at Central Arkansas ................. L, 23-22 vs. Sam Houston State............ L, 36-14

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QUICK FACTS Location ..............................................Ruston, La. Founded ........................................................ 1894 Enrollment .................................................. 11,500 Nickname................................................. Bulldogs Colors ............................................. Blue and Red Affiliation ......................................NCAA Division I Conference ................................. Western Athletic Stadium ................................... Joe Aillet (30,600) Surface .................................................... FieldTurf President .................................Dr. Daniel Reneau Director of Athletics ...............Bruce Van De Velde Athletic Depart. Phone................. (318) 257-5303 Athletics Website ............ www.LATechSports.com MEDIA RELATIONS Director .......................................... Malcolm Butler Football Contact .............................. Patrick Walsh Walsh’s Office Phone ................... (318) 257-5305 Walsh’s Email ........................pwalsh@latech.edu

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Game #8 • Oct. 20, 2012 • Joe Aillet (30,600) • Ruston, La. • 4 p.m. PT/6 p.m. CT

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LOUISIANA TECH COACHING STAFF Head Coach..................................... Sonny Dykes Texas Tech (1993) Record at Louisiana Tech ..... 13-12 (two seasons) Career Record ..............................................Same Offensive coor./QBs......................... Tony Franklin Assistant head coach/Receivers .........Rob Likens Defensive coor./Safeties .............Tommy Spangler Defensive line/Recruiting coor.. ..........Stan Eggen Running backs .................................Pierre Ingram Linebackers ..........................................Jeff Koonz Cornerbacks .......................................Kevin Curtis Offensive line ........................................Pete Perot Special teams coor./receivers...Mark Tommerdahl THE SERIES VS. IDAHO Louisiana Tech leads 5-2 game-by-game scores on page 103 Most points by UI ....................................38 (2005) Most points by LT ...................................48 (2010) UI largest winning margin .......................10 (2006) LT largest winning margin .......................32 (2008) Longest UI winning streak ................................... 1 Longest LaTech winning streak ........................... 2 Decided by fewer than 7 points ........................... 2 Idaho wins at LT .................................................. 1 Idaho wins at home ............................................. 1 LT wins at Idaho .................................................. 3 LT wins at home .................................................. 2

2012 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 vs. Texas A&M .................................. TBA Sept. 8 at Houston ........................................ TBA Sept. 15 vs. Rice .......................................... 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at Illinois ......................................... 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Virginia .......................................... TBA Oct. 6 vs. UNLV ........................................... TBA Oct. 20 vs. Idaho * ...................................... 6 p.m. Oct. 27 at New Mexico State * ................... 7 p.m. Nov. 3 vs. UTSA * ..................................... 3 p.m. Nov. 10 at Texas State * ................................. TBA Nov. 17 vs. Utah State * ................................. TBA Nov. 24 at San Jose State * ........................ 3 p.m. * Western Athletic Conference game; times CT

2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct.. 1 Oct.. 8 Oct.. 22 Oct.. 29 Nov.. 5 Nov.. 12 Nov.. 19 Nov.. 26 Dec. 21

at Southern Mississippi .............. L, 19-17 Central Arkansas ......................W, 48-42 Houston. ................................... .L, 35-34 at Mississippi State .................... L, 26-20 Hawai`i ....................................... L, 44-26 at Idaho ..................................... W, 24-11 at Utah State .............................W, 24-17 San Jose State .........................W, 38-28 at Fresno State ........................W, 41-21 at Mississippi .............................W, 27-7 at Nevada .................................W, 24-20 New Mexico State ........................W, 44-0 TCU **.........................................L, 31-24 **Poinsettia Bowl

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Game #9 • Nov. 3, 2012 • Kibbie Domoe (16,000) • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m.

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QUICK FACTS Location .......................................San Jose, Calif. Founded ........................................................ 1857 Enrollment .................................................. 29,604 Nickname.................................................Spartans Colors .................................. Gold, white and blue Affiliation ......................................NCAA Division I Conference ................................. Western Athletic Stadium ..................................... Spartan (31,218) Surface .................................................... FieldTurf President ..........................................Don Kassing Director of Athletics ..................... Gene Bleymaier Athletic Depart. Phone................. (408) 924-1217 Athletics Website ........... www.SJSUSpartans.com MEDIA RELATIONS Director ........................................... Lawrence Fan Fan’s Office Phone ....................... (408) 924-1217 Fan’s Email ................................... ltfan@sjsu.edu

SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach.................................. Mike MacIntyre Georgia (1989) Record at San Jose State....... 6-19 (two seasons) Career Record ..............................................Same Defensive coord./Linebackers ...............Kent Baer Offensive coord./quarterbacks....... Brian Lindgren Special teams/running backs............. Fred Guidici Tight ends ......................................Klayton Adams Offensive line .................................. Gary Bernardi Secondary .......................................Charles Clark Defensive line .................................... Jim Jeffcoat Cornerbacks .................................. Andy LaRussa Receivers........................................... Terry Malley THE SERIES WITH IDAHO San Jose State leads 12-10-1 Game-by-game scores on page 103 Most points by UI ...............................................40 (twice) Most points by SJSU .........................................41 (twice) UI largest winning margin .................................. 18 (1968) SJSU largest winning margin ............................ 35 (1958) Longest UI winning streak .............................................. 3 Longest SJSU winning streak......................................... 4 Decided by seven or fewer points .................................. 8 Idaho wins at SJSU ........................................................ 4 Idaho wins at home ........................................................ 5 SJSU wins at Idaho ........................................................ 5 SJSU wins at home ........................................................ 7 SJSU neutral site wins.................................................... 1 Ties ................................................................................. 1

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 at Stanford ................................... TBA Sept.l 8 vs. UC Davis ............................ 5 p.m. Sept. 15 vs. Colorado State .................... 5 p.m. Sept. 22 at San Diego State ....................... TBA Sept. 29 At Navy ................................ 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 vs. Utah State * ......................... 1 p.m. Oct. 20 at UTSA * .................................. 1 p.m. Oct. 27 vs. Texas State * ....................... 1 p.m. Nov. 3 at Idaho *................................... 2 p.m. Nov. 10 at New Mexico State *.......... 1:30 p.m. Nov. 17 BYU........................................... 1 p.m. Nov. 24 vs. Louisiana Tech * .................. 1 p.m. * Western Athletic Conference game 2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 at Stanford ........................... L, 57-3 Sept. 10 at UCLA.............................. L, 27-17 Sept. 17 Nevada * ............................. L, 17-14 Sept. 24 New Mexico State *........... .W, 34-24 Oct. 1 at Colorado State ............. W, 38-21 Oct. 8 at Brigham Young ............... L, 29-16 Oct. 15 Hawai`i *............................. W, 28-27 Oct. 29 at Louisiana Tech * . ............ L, 38-28 Nov. 5 Idaho *................................. L, 32-29 Nov. 12 at Utah State * .................... L, 34-33 Nov. 19 Navy ............................. ... W,, 27-24 Nov. 26 at Fresno State * ................ W, 27-24

Game #10 • Nov. 10, 2012 • LaVell Edwards Stadium (64,045) • Provo, Utah • TBA

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QUICK FACTS Location ............................................. Provo, Utah Founded ........................................................ 1875 Enrollment .................................................. 33,278 Nickname................................................. Cougars Colors ................................... Dark blue and white Affiliation ......................................NCAA Division I Conference ....................................... Independent Stadium .........................LaVell Edwards (64,045) Surface ...................................................... Natural President .............................. Cecil O. Samuelson Director of Athletics ...........................Tom Holmoe Athletic Depart. Phone................. (801) 422-8948 Athletics Website ..............www.BYUCougars.com MEDIA RELATIONS Director ................................................ Brent Pyne Pyne’s Office Phone ..................... (801) 422-4912 Pyne’s Email ........................brett_pyne@byu.edu

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STAFF Head coach/Defensive coor....Bronco Mendenhall Oregon State (1988) Record at BYU.................. 66-24 (seven seasons) Career Record ..............................................Same Assistant Head Coach/TE ........... Lance Reynolds Offensive Coordinator/QB ...........Brandon Doman Offensive Line.....................................Mark Weber Running Backs ................................... Joe DuPaix Receivers .......................................... Ben Cahoon Inside Linebackers............................. Paul Tidwell Defensive Line .................................Steve Kaufusi Special Teams/Secondary .................. Nick Howell Outside Linebackers ...................... Kelly Poppinga THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Tied 2-2 (game by game scores on page 102) Most points by UI ....................................49 (1955) Most points by BYU ............................... 42 (2011) UI largest winning margin .......................43 (1955) BYU largest winning margin ...................35 (2011) Longest UI winning streak .................. 2 (1954-55) Longest BYU winning streak ............................... 1 Decided by seven or fewer points ....................... 1 Idaho wins at BYU ............................................... 1 Idaho neutral site wins ......................................... 2 BYU wins at home ............................................... 1

2012 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

vs. Washington State ............... 8:15 p.m. vs. Weber State ............................ 1 p.m. at Utah ..............................................TBA at Boise State ............................... 7 p.m. vs. Hawai`i .................................... 6 p.m. vs. Utah State .......................... 8:15 p.m. vs. Oregon state ...............................TBA at Notre Dame ......................... 1:30 p.m. at Georgia Tech ................................TBA vs. Idaho ...........................................TBA at San Jose State ......................... 2 p.m. at New Mexico State ................ 1:30 p.m. Times MT

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct.. 8 Oct.. 15 Oct.. 22 Oct.. 28 Nov.. 12 Nov.. 19 Dec. 3 Dec. 30

at Ole Miss ............................ W, 14-13 at Texas ................................. L, 17-16 Utah ....................................... L, 54-10 UCF ...................................... W, 24-17 Utah State ............................. W, 27-24 San Jose State ...................... W, 29-16 at Oregon State .................... W, 38-28 Idaho State ............................. W, 56-3 at TCU ................................... L, 38-28 Idaho ....................................... W, 42-7 New Mexico State .................... W, 42-7 at Hawai`i .............................. W, 41-20 Tulsa (Armed Forces Bowl) ... W, 24-21

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UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 Game #11 • Nov. 17, 2012 • Kibbie Dome (16,000) • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m.

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QUICK FACTS Location ....................................San Antonio, Texas Founded ..........................................................1969 Enrollment ....................................................30,968 Nickname............................................Roadrunners Colors ........................Navy blue, orange and white Affiliation ............................ NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference ....................................Western Athletic Stadium .................................Alamodome (65,000) Surface. ....................................................Field Turf President ....................................Dr. Ricardo Romo Director of Athletics.............................. Lynn Hickey Athletics Dept. Phone ......................(210) 458-4161 Athletics Website ...................... www.goUTSA.com

TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO FOOTBALL STAFF Head coach ..........................................Larry Coker Northeastern State (1970) UTSA record .............................. 4-6 (one season) Career record ...................64-21 (seven seasons) Offensive coor./quaraterbacks .......... Kevin Brown Special teams coor./Safeties .............Perry Eliano Running backs ................................Polo Guiterrez Receivers........................................... Tony Jeffrey Cornerbacks ................................Nathaniel Jones Offensive line .................................... Jim Marshall Defensive coor./linebackers............Neal Neathery Tight ends .....................................Charlies Reeve Defensive line .......................................Eric Roark

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO First meeting

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact .............................Kyle Stephens Stephens’ Phones .......(210) 458-4551/(210) 269-7110 Stephens’ Email ..............kyle.stephens@utsa.edu

2012 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 at South Alabama .......................TBA Sept. 8 vs. Texas A&M-Commerce ..... 1 p.m. Sept. 15 at Georgia State .........................TBA Sept. 22 NW Oklahoma state ............... 1 p.m. Sept. 29 at New Mexico State * ............ 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at Rice ........................................TBA Oct. 20 vs. San Jose State * ............... 1 p.m. Oct. 27 vs. Utah State ......................... 1 p.m. Nov. 3 vs. Louisiana Tech * ................ 3 p.m. Nov. 10 vs. McNeese State ................. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 at Idaho * ................................ 4 p.m. Nov. 24 vs. Texas State * ..................... 1 p.m. * Western Athletic Conference game; Times CT 2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 vs. Northeastern State .......... W, 31-3 Sept. 10 vs. McMurry ......................... L, 24-21 Sept. 17 at Southern Utah ................. L, 45-22 Sept. 24 vs. Bacone ............................ W, 54-7 Oct. 1 at Sam Houston State ........... L, 22-7 Oct. 8 vs. South Alabama.....L, 30-27 (2OT) Oct. 14 at UC Davis ......................... L, 38-17 Oct. 29 vs. Georgia State ........W, 17-14 (OT) Nov. 12 at McNeese State ................ L, 24-21 Nov. 19 vs. Minot State ...................... W, 49-7

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY

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QUICK FACTS Location ............................................ Logan, Utah Founded ........................................................ 1888 Enrollment .................................................. 24,421 Nickname.................................................... Aggies Colors ...................................Navy blue and white Affiliation ......................................NCAA Division I Conference ................................. Western Athletic Stadium .................................... Romney (25,513) Surface ................................................... SprinTurf President .........................................Stan Albrecht Director of Athletics ....................... Gary Andersen Athletic Depart. Phone................. (435) 797-3714 Athletics Website ........www.UtahStateAggies.com MEDIA RELATIONS Director ...........................................Doug Hoffman Football contact .................................. Zach Fisher Fisher’s Office Phone ................... (435) 797-2066 Fisher’s Email ..................... zach.fisher@usu.edu

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Game #12 • Nov. 24, 2012 • Romney Stadium (25,513) • Logan, Utah • Noon PT/1 p.m. MT

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FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach...................................Gary Andersen Utah (1986) USU record ........................ 15-22 (three seasons) Career record .............................................. Same Defensive coordinator.......................Dave Aranda Asso. HC/special teams/DBs.................Bill Busch Offensive coordinator/QBs ...................Matt Wells Receivers....................................Jovon Bouknight Linebackers ....................................... Kevin Clune Defensive line .....................................Frank Maile Asst. HC/RBs/TEs ........................... Mike Sanford Cornerbacks ............................... Kendrick Shaver Offensive line .......................................T.J. Woods THE SERIES VS. IDAHO USU leads 19-17-2 Game-by-game scores on page 103 Most points by UI ...................................................... 49 (2009) Most points by USU ................................................. 69 (1961) UI largest winning margin ......................................... 33 (1932) USU largest winning margin ..................................... 69 (1961) Longest winning streak by UI ................................................ 3 Longest winning streak by USU ............................................ 5 Decided by seven or fewer points ......................................... 7 Idaho wins at USU ................................................................ 9 Idaho wins at home ............................................................... 7 Idaho neutral site wins ........................................................... 1 USU wins at Idaho ................................................................. 8 USU wins at home ................................................................. 8 USU neutral site wins ............................................................ 3 Ties ........................................................................................ 2

2012 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 Southern Utah at Utah State.......... 6 p.m. Sept. 7 Utah at Utah State ........................ 6 p.m. Sept. 15 Utah State at Wisconsin ...................TBA Sept. 22 Utah State at Colorado State ............TBA Sept. 29 UNLV at Utah State ...................... 6 p.m. Oct. 5 Utah State at BYU ................... 8:15 p.m. Oct. 13 Utah State at San Jose State * ..... 2 p.m. Oct. 20 New Mexico State at Utah State * 1 p.m. Oct. 27 Utah State at UTSA * ......................Noon Nov. 3 Texas State at Utah State *........... 1 p.m. Nov. 17 Utah State at Louisiana Tech * .........TBA Nov. 24 Idaho at Utah State * .................... 1 p.m. * Western Athletic Conference game; times MT

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Sept. 30 Oct.. 8 Oct.. 15 Oct.. 22 Nov.. 5 Nov.. 12 Nov.. 19 Nov.. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 17

2011 RESULTS at Auburn............................. L, 42-38 Weber State ....................... W, 54-17 Colorado State .................... L, 35-34 at Brigham Young ............... L, 27-24 Wyoming ........................... W, 63-19 at Fresno State * ................. L, 31-21 Louisiana Tech * .................. L, 24-17 at Hawai‘i * ........................ W, 35-31 San Jose State * ................ W, 34-33 at Idaho * ........................... W, 49-42 Nevada * ............................ W, 21-17 at New Mexico State *....... W, 24-21 Ohio (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) . L, 24-23

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ALL-TIME SERIES (2012 OPPONENTS IN BOLD) OPPONENT 2nd Air Force 9th Army Corps

FIRST GAME..W ... L ... T 1942 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1921 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0

Air Force Albion College Arizona Arizona State Arkansas State Army Auburn

1959 ...... 0 .... 4 ....0 1916 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1951 ...... 2 ... 10 ...0 1950 ...... 0 .... 5 ....0 1975 ...... 4 .... 4 ....0 1961 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1999 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0

Boise All-Stars Boise State Boston College Boston University Bowling Green St. Bremerton Navy Brigham Young

1909 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 1971 ..... 17 .. 22 ...1 1940 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1950 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 2009 ...... 1 .... 1 ....0 1908 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1953 ...... 2 .... 2 ....0

California Cal Poly SLO Cal State Chico CS Fullerton CS Northridge CS Sacramento Central Florida Central Michigan Coeur d’Alene HS College of Idaho Colorado State Creighton

1931 ...... 0 .... 4 ....0 1996 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 1990 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1984 ...... 1 .... 1 ....0 1992 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1989 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1997 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1986 ...... 0 .... 2 ....0 1906 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 1909 ...... 7 .... 0 ....0 1969 ...... 3 .... 4 ....0 1925 ...... 2 .... 1 ....0

Denver

1939 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0

Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington

1989 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1982 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 2004 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1942 ..... 15 ... 4 ....0

Farragut Navy Fresno State Furman

1945 ...... 0 .... 2 ....0 1946 ...... 4 ... 10 ...0 1988 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0

Georgia Southern Gonzaga

1990 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1910 ..... 16 .. 10 ...2

Hawai’i Houston

1930 ...... 2 ... 10 ...0 1967 ...... 0 .... 2 ....0

Idaho State Idaho Tech Iowa State

1929 ..... 27 .. 11 ...0 1916 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1964 ...... 0 .... 3 ....0

Lehigh Lewiston HS Lewiston Normal UL-Lafayette UL-Monroe * Louisiana State Louisiana Tech

1993 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1905 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 1894 ...... 4 .... 2 ....1 2001 ...... 1 .... 3 ....0 1993 ...... 3 .... 2 ....0 1998 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 2005 ...... 2 .... 5 ....0

Mankato State Marquette McNeese State Michigan State Middle Tennessee Missouri Montana Montana State Multnomah Athletic Club

1985 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 1946 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 1992 ...... 0 .... 2 ....0 2006 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 2001 ...... 1 .... 3 ....0 1958 ...... 0 .... 2 ....0 1903 ..... 55 .. 26 ...2 1905 ..... 24 .. 17 ...1 1913 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0

OPPONENT FIRST GAME..W ... L ... T Nebraska 2010 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Nevada 1924 ...... 9 ... 20 ...0 New Mexico State 1971 ..... 13 ... 5 ....0 North Carolina 2012 North Dakota 2010 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 North Dakota State 1936 ...... 4 .... 0 ....0 North Texas 1996 ...... 4 .... 5 ....0 Northern Arizona 1975 ..... 17 ... 3 ....0 Northern Illinois 1969 ...... 3 .... 3 ....0 Northern Iowa 1981 ...... 4 .... 2 ....0 Northwestern State 1988 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 Ohio University 1972 ...... 1 .... 1 ....0 Oregon 1901 ...... 3 ... 51 ...4 Oregon State 1913 ...... 7 ... 37 ...0 Pacific (California) 1953 ...... 9 ... 13 ...1 Pacific (Oregon) 1902 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 Parsons 1967 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 Portland 1942 ...... 5 .... 0 ....0 Portland State 1970 ..... 11 ... 1 ....0 Puget Sound 1909 ...... 3 .... 0 ....0 Rice 1977 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 St. Cloud State 1992 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 St. Louis Alums 1930 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 St. Mary’s 1927 ...... 1 .... 4 ....0 San Diego State 1996 ...... 2 .... 2 ....0 San Francisco 1951 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 San Jose State 1946 ..... 10 .. 12 ...1 Santa Clara 1952 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Simon Fraser 1980 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 Sonoma State 1991 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 South Dakota State 1979 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 So. Colorado 1983 ...... 1 .... 0 .....0 So. Mississippi 1969 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 Southern Utah 1994 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 SW Missouri State 1990 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 SW Texas State 1990 ...... 3 .... 1 ....0 Spokane Athletic Club 1897 ...... 2 .... 1 ....0 Spokane YMCA 1908 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 Stanford 1923 ...... 1 .... 6 ....0 Stephen F. Austin 1993 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 Texas 1949 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Texas A&M 2011 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Texas Christian 1973 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Texas-San Antonio 2012 Texas State 2012 Troy State 2004 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Tulsa 1970 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 UC Davis 1997 ...... 1 .... 0 ....0 UCLA 1928 ...... 1 .... 5 ....0 UNLV 1975 ...... 3 .... 3 ....0 USC 1922 ...... 0 .... 8 ....0 UTEP 1950 ...... 1 .... 1 ....0 Utah 1908 ..... 12 .. 14 ...2 Utah State 1916 ..... 17 .. 19 ...2 Villanova 1974 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Virginia 2011 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Wallace Athletic Club 1899 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Washington 1900 ...... 2 ... 36 ...2 Washington State 1894 ..... 17 .. 69 ...3 Weber State 1965 ..... 18 .. 13 ...1 West Texas State 1971 ...... 1 .... 1 ....0 West Virginia 2000 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Western Michigan 1972 ...... 1 .... 1 ....0 Wichita State 1978 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 Whitman 1899 ..... 20 ... 9 ....1 Willamette 1941 ...... 2 .... 0 ....0 Wyoming 1921 ...... 1 .... 4 ....0 Youngstown State 1993 ...... 0 .... 1 ....0 *formerly Northeastern Louisiana

HISTORICALLY VS. 2012 OPPONENTS

BOWLING GREEN STATE Sept. 8, 2012 Tied 1-1 Year UI BGSU Location 2009 43 42 * 2011 15 32 Moscow Most points by Idaho ..............43 (2009) Most points by BGS ................42 (2009) UI largest winning margin .........1 (2009) BGS largest winning margin ... 17 (2011) Decided by 7 or fewer points ............... 1 * neutral site (Humanitarian Bowl, Boise, Idaho)

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY Nov. 10, 2012 Tied 2-2 Year UI BYU Location 1953 14 20 Boise 1954 7 0 Boise 1955 49 6 Provo 2011 7 42 Provo Most points by UI ........................... 49 (1955) Most points by BYU ...................... 42 (2011) UI largest winning margin .............. 43 (1955) BYU largest winning margin .......... 35 (2011) Longest UI winning streak ..........2 (1954-55) Longest BYU winning streak ...................... 1 Decided by seven or fewer points .............. 1 Idaho wins at BYU ...................................... 1 Idaho neutral site wins ................................ 2 BYU wins at home ...................................... 1

EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Aug. 30, 2012 Idaho leads 15-5 Year UI EWU Location 1942 28 7 Cheney 1983 38 24 Moscow 1984 25 32 Cheney 1985 42 21 Moscow 38 42 Moscow* 1986 27 10 Cheney 1987 31 24 Moscow 1988 31 22 Cheney 1989 41 34 Moscow 1990 51 28 Cheney 1991 31 34 Moscow ** 1992 38 21 Cheney 1993 49 10 Moscow 1994 43 10 Cheney 1995 37 10 Moscow 1996 37 27 Moscow 1997 21 24 Cheney 1998 31 14 Moscow 1999 48 21 Cheney 2003 5 8 Moscow * Division I-AA playoff game ** overtime Most points by UI ....................51 (1990) Most points by EWU ...............42 (1985) UI largest winning margin .......39 (1993) EWU largest winning margin .....7(1984) Longest UI winning streak ................... 8 Longest EWU winning streak .............. 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points ............... 7 Idaho wins at EWU .............................. 7 Idaho wins at home ............................. 8 EWU wins at Idaho .............................. 3 EWU wins at home .............................. 2

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY Sept. 15, 2012 LSU leads 1-0 Year UI LSU Location 1998 20 53 Baton Rouge Most points by Idaho20 (1998) Most points by LSU ................53 (1998)

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LS 2012 2 0 1 2 LOUISIANA TECH Oct. 20, 2012 Louisiana Tech leads 5-2 Year UI LT Location 2005 38 41 Moscow 2006 24 14 Ruston 2007 16 28 Moscow 2008 14 46 Ruston 2009 35 34 Moscow 2010 35 48 Ruston 2011 11 24 Moscow Most points by UI ........................... 38 (2005) Most points by LT .......................... 48 (2010) UI largest winning margin .............. 10 (2006) LT largest winning margin .............. 32 (2008) Longest UI winning streak .......................... 1 Longest LaTech winning streak .................. 2 Decided by fewer than 7 points .................. 2 Idaho wins at LT ......................................... 1 Idaho wins at home .................................... 1 LT wins at Idaho ......................................... 3 LT wins at home ......................................... 2

NEW MEXICO STATE Oct. 6, 2012 Idaho leads 13-5 Year UI NMS Location 1971 19 14 Las Cruces 1976 33 6 Moscow 1977 47 44 Las Cruces 1996 34 19 Moscow 1997 35 18 Las Cruces 1998 36 32 Moscow 1999 14 42 Las Cruces 2000** 44 41 Moscow 2001 39 46 Las Cruces 2002 31 35 Moscow 2003 35 31 Las Cruces 2005** 38 37 Las Cruces 2006 28 20 Moscow 2007 31 45 Las Cruces 2008 20 14 Moscow 2009 21 6 Las Cruces 2010 34 17 Moscow 2011 24 31 Las Cruces ** double overtime Most points scored by UI ............... 47 (1977) Most points by NMS ...................... 46 (2001) UI largest winning margin .............. 27 (1976) NMS largest winning margin.......... 28 (1999) Longest UI winning streak .......................... 6 Longest NMS winning streak ...................... 2 Decided by seven or fewer points ............ 10 Idaho wins at NMS ..................................... 6 Idaho wins at home .................................... 7 NMS wins at Idaho ..................................... 1 NMS wins at home ..................................... 4

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TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY Oct. 13, 2012 FIRST MEETING

SAN JOSE STATE Nov.. 5, 2011 San Jose State leads 12-10-1 Year UI SJSU Location 1946 14 26 Moscow 1951 40 7 Moscow 1953 6 34 San Jose 1954 7 38 Moscow 1958 6 41 Boise 1960 20 22 San Jose 1961 27 18 Moscow 1962 12 12 San Jose 1963 28 12 Moscow 1964 3 0 San Jose 1965 17 7 Moscow 1966 7 21 San Jose 1968 3 17 San Jose 1978 14 31 San Jose 1980 10 32 San Jose 1998 17 12 San Jose 2005 18 26 San Jose 2006 13 28 Moscow 2007 20 28 San Jose 2008 24 30 Moscow 2009 29 25 San Jose 2010 26 23 Moscow 2011 32 29 San Jose Most points by UI ...........................40 (twice) Most points by SJSU .....................41 (twice) UI largest winning margin .............. 18 (1968) SJSU largest winning margin ........ 35 (1958) Longest UI winning streak .......................... 3 Longest SJSU winning streak..................... 4 Decided by seven or fewer points .............. 8 Idaho wins at SJSU .................................... 4 Idaho wins at home .................................... 5 SJSU wins at Idaho .................................... 5 SJSU wins at home .................................... 7 SJSU neutral site wins................................ 1 Ties ............................................................. 1

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UTAH STATE Nov. 24, 2012 USU leads 19-17-2 Year UI USU Location 1916 27 15 Logan 1932 33 0 Moscow 1936 0 10 Moscow 1937 0 0 Moscow 1938 14 0 Moscow 1939 19 7 Moscow 1940 0 0 Boise 1941 16 0 Logan 1952 16 3 Logan 1953 7 19 Boise 1956 42 20 Logan 1957 35 7 Logan 1958 34 7 Moscow 1959 0 14 Logan 1960 6 33 Boise 1961 0 69 Logan 1962 7 45 Boise 1964 27 22 Boise 1965 19 30 Logan 1969 21 31 Moscow 1970 42 14 Logan 1971 13 42 Moscow 1972 7 51 Logan 1974 3 17 Moscow 1996 28 35 Logan 1997 17 63 Moscow 1998 26 14 Logan 1999 31 3 Moscow 2000 14 31 Logan 2003 20 13 Moscow 2004 7 14 Logan 2005 27 13 Moscow 2006 41 21 Logan 2007 19 24 Moscow 2008 17 42 Logan 2009 52 49 Moscow 2010 28 6 Logan 2011 ** 42 49 Moscow ** double overtime Most points by UI ........................... 49 (2009) Most points by USU ...................... 69 (1961) UI largest winning margin .............. 33 (1932) USU largest winning margin .......... 69 (1961) Longest winning streak by UI ..................... 3 Longest winning streak by USU ................. 5 Decided by seven or fewer points .............. 7 Idaho wins at USU ..................................... 9 Idaho wins at home .................................... 7 Idaho neutral site wins ................................ 1 USU wins at Idaho ...................................... 8 USU wins at home ...................................... 8 USU neutral site wins ................................. 3 Ties ............................................................. 2

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING Sept. 22, 2012 Wyoming leads 4-1 Year UI UW Location 1921 31 3 Moscow 1950 7 14 Laramie 1951 0 28 Laramie 1996 38 40 Laramie 1999 13 28 Laramie Most points by UI ....................38 (1996) Most points by UW .................40 (1996) UI largest winning margin .......28 (1921) UW largest winning margin.....28 (1951) Longest UI winning streak ................... 1 Longest UW winning streak ................. 4 Decided by 7 or fewer points ............... 2 Idaho wins at UW ................................ 0 Idaho wins at home ............................. 1 UW wins at Idaho ................................ 0 UW wins at home ................................ 4

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COMPOSITE SCHEDULE AUGUST 30 E. Washington at Idaho Sacramento St. at New Mexico St. Louisiana Tech vs. Texas A&M Washington State at BYU UTSA at South Alabama Southern Utah at Utah State SEPTEMBER 1 Bowling Green at Florida North Texas at LSU Wyoming at Texas Elon at North Carolina Texas State at Houston San Jose State at Stanford 7 Utah at Utah State 8 Bowling Green at Idaho E. Washington at Washington State Washington at LSU Toledo at Wyoming North Carolina at Wake Forest New Mexico State at Ohio Texas State vs. Texas Tech Louisiana Tech at Houston UC Davis at San Jose State Weber State at BYU Texas A&M-Commerce at UTSA 15 Idaho at LSU Toledo at Bowling Green Cal Poly at Wyoming North Carolina at Louisville New Mexico State at UTEP Rice at Louisiana Tech Colorado State at San Jose State BYU at Utah UTSA at Georgia State Utah State at Wisconsin 20 BYU at Boise State 22 Wyoming at Idaho E. Washington at Weber State Bowling Green at Virginia Tech LSU at Auburn East Carolina at North Carolina New Mexico at New Mexico State Stephen F. Austin at Texas State Louisiana Tech at Illinois NW Oklahoma State at UTSA Utah State at Colorado State 28 Hawai`i at BYU 29 Idaho at North Carolina Montana at E. Washington Rhode Island at Bowling Green Towson at LSU UTSA at New Mexico State Nevada at Texas State Louisiana Tech at Virginia San Jose State at Navy UNLV at Utah State

OCTOBER 5 Utah State at BYU 6 New Mexico State at Idaho North Dakota at E. Washington Bowling Green at Akron LSU at Florida Wyoming at Nevada Virginia Tech at North Carolina Texas State at New Mexico UNLV at Louisiana Tech 13 Idaho at Texas State E. Washington at Montana State Bowling Green vs. Miami (Ohio) South Carolina at LSU Air Force at Wyoming North Carolina at Miami Utah State at San Jose State Oregon State at BYU UTSA at Rice 20 Idaho at Louisiana Tech Sacramento State at E. Washington Bowling Green at Massachusetts LSU at Texas A&M Wyoming at Fresno State North Carolina at Duke New Mexico State at Utah State San Jose State at UTSA BYU at Notre Dame 27 E. Washington at Southern Utah E. Michigan at Bowling Green Boise State at Wyoming NC State at North Carolina Louisiana Tech at New Mexico State Texas State at San Jose State BYU at Georgia Tech Utah State at UTSA NOVEMBER 3 San Jose State at Idaho Cal Poly at E. Washington Alabama at LSU Colorado State at Wyoming New Mexico State at Auburn Texas State at Utah State Louisiana Tech at UTSA 7 Bowling Green at Ohio 10 Idaho at BYU UC Davis at E. Washington Mississippi at LSU Wyoming at New Mexico Georgia Tech at North Carolina San Jose State at New Mexico State Louisiana Tech at Texas State McNeese State at UTSA 15 North Carolina at Virginia 17 UTSA at Idaho Kent State at Bowling Green Ole Miss at LSU Wyoming at UNLV Texas State at Navy Utah State at Louisiana Tech BYU at San Jose State E. Washington at Portland State 23 Bowling Green at Buffalo LSU at Arkansas 24 Idaho at Utah State San Diego State at Wyoming Maryland at North Carolina BYU at New Mexico State Texas State at UTSA Louisiana Tech at San Jose State DECEMBER 1 New Mexico State at Texas State

BOWL SCHEDULE SATURDAY, DEC. 15 Gildan New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. Pac-12 No. 7 vs. MWC No. 4/5 Famous Idaho Potato Boise, Idaho WAC vs. MAC No. 3 THURSDAY, DEC. 20 San Diego County CU Poinsettia San Diego, Calif. BYU vs. MWC No. 2 FRIDAY, DEC. 21 Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg, Fla. C-USA No. 2-6 vs. Big East No. 6 SATURDAY, DEC. 22 R+L Carriers New Orleans New Orleans, La. C-USA No. 2-6 vs. Sun Belt No. 1 MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nev. Pac-12 No. 5 vs. MWC No. 1 MONDAY, DEC. 24 Sheraton Hawai`i Honolulu, Hawai`i WAC vs. C-USA No. 2-6 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 26 Little Caesars Pizza Detroit, Mich. Big Ten No. 8 vs. MAC No. 2 THURSDAY, DEC. 27 Military Washington, D.C. Army vs. ACC No. 8 Belk Charlotte, N.C. ACC No. 5 vs. Big East No. 3 Bridgepoint Education Holiday San Diego, Calif. Pac-12 No. 3 vs. Big 12 No. 5 FRIDAY, DEC. 28 AdvoCare V100 Independence Shreveport, La. ACC No. 7 vs. MWC No. 3 Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas Houston, Texas Big 12 No. 6 vs. Big Ten No. 6 SATURDAY, DEC. 29 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Fort Worth, Texas C-USA No. 2-6 vs. MWC Kraft Fight Hunger San Francisco, Calif. Navy vs. Pac-12 No. 6 Valero Alamo San Antonio, Texas Pac-12 No. 2 vs. Big 12 No. 3

MONDAY, DEC. 31 Franklin Amer. Mort. Music City Nashville, Tenn. SEC No. 7 vs. ACC No. 6 Hyundai Sun El Paso, Texas ACC No. 4 vs. Pac-12 No. 4 AutoZone Liberty Memphis, Tenn. C-USA No. 1 vs. Big East 5/SEC 8-9 Chick-fil-A Atlanta, Ga. ACC No. 2 vs. SEC No. 5 TUESDAY, JAN. 1 TicketCity Dallas, Texas C-USA No. 2-6 vs. Big Ten No. 7 Outback Tampa, Fla. Big Ten No. 3 vs. SEC No. 3 TaxSlayer.com Gator Jacksonville, Fla. Big Ten No. 4-5 vs. SEC No. 6 Rose Bowl Game Pasadena, Calif. BCS-Big Ten No. 1 vs. BCS/Pac-12 Discover Orange Miami Gardens, Fla. BCS/ACC No. 1 vs. BCS At-Large WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2 Allstate Sugar New Orleans, La. BCS/SEC No. 1 vs. BCS At-Large THURSDAY, JAN. 3 Tostitos Fiesta Glendale, Ariz. BCS/Big 12 No. 1 vs. BCS At-Large FRIDAY, JAN. 4 AT&T Cotton Arlington, Texas Big 12 No. 2 vs. SEC No. 3-4 SATURDAY, JAN. 5 BBVA Compass Birmingham, Ala. SEC No. 8-9 vs. Big East No. 5/C-USA SUNDAY, JAN. 6 GoDaddy.com Mobile, Ala. Sun Belt No. 2 vs. MAC No. 1 MONDAY, JAN. 7 BCS National Championship Miami Gardens, Fla. BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2 TBA Champs Sports Orlando, Fla. Big East No. 2/ND vs. ACC No. 3 New Era Pinstripe Bronx, N.Y. Big 12 No. 7 vs. Big East No. 4 Insight Tempe, Ariz. Big 12 No. 4 vs. Big Ten No. 4-5 Capital One Orlando, Fla. SEC No. 2 vs. Big Ten No. 2

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BOWLING GREEN 32, IDAHO 15 • KIBBIE DOME • MOSCOW, IDAHO • 12,173 BGSU 14 16 0 2 – 32 Idaho 7 0 0 8 – 15 IDAHO–Mike LaGrone 5 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) BGSU–Eugene Cooper 76 yd pass from Matt Schilz (Kyle Burkhardt kick) BGSU–Eugene Cooper 24 yd pass from Matt Schilz (Kyle Burkhardt kick) BGSU–Jordan Hopgood 9 yd run (Kyle Burkhardt kick failed) BGSU–Anthon Samuel 1 yd run (Kyle Burkhardt kick) BGSU–Kyle Burkhardt 39 yd field goal IDAHO–Armauni Johnson 25 yd pass from Brian Reader (Armauni Johnson pass from Brian Reader) BGSU–Chris Jones safety BGSU IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 20 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 48-187 21-52 PASSING YDS (NET) 291 228 Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-19-0 44-20-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 79-478 65-280 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 4-32 1-18 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-79 6-102 Interception Returns-Yards 1-13 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-55.8 9-48.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 9-87 5-45 Possession Time 40:19 19:41 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 17 2 of 12

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 3 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-23 1-4 RUSHING: Bowling Green-Anthon Samuel 22-141; Jordan Hopgood 1845; Eugene Cooper 1-9; Matt Schilz 3-0; Team 4-minus 8. University of IdahoRyan Bass 12-44; Brian Reader 7-4; Princeton McCarty 2-4. PASSING: Bowling Green-Matt Schilz 1931-0-291. University of Idaho-Brian Reader 19-43-1-177; Logan Bushnell 1-1-0-51. RECEIVING: Bowling Green-Eugene Cooper 4-110; Kamar Jorden 4-23; Adrian Hodges 3-33; Tyler Beck 2-42; Shaun Joplin 2-31; Alex Bayer 2-19; Ray Hutson 1-27; Anthon Samuel 1-6. University of Idaho-Mike Scott 6-89; Marsel Posey 4-45; Armauni Johnson 3-42; Princeton McCarty 3-21; Taylor Elmo 1-14; Kama Bailey 1-7;

Mike LaGrone 1-5; Ryan Bass 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Bowling Green-Cameron Truss 1-13. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: Bowling Green-Matt Schilz 2-0. University of Idaho-Brian Reader 2-2; Tracy Carter 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Bowling Green-Chris Jones 2-0; Ted Ouellet 1-0; Anthon Samuel 1-0. University of Idaho-Mike Cosgrove 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Bowling Green-Aaron Foster 5-1; Booboo Gates 3-1; Jovan Leacock 2-2; Kevin Moore 3-0; Chris Jones 3-0; Gabe Martin 2-1; Ted Ouellet 1-2; Devon Mckoy 1-2; AdjeiBarimah 2-0; Anthon Samuel 2-0; Cameron Truss 1-1; Ryland Ward 1-1; Dwayne Woods 1-1; Ronnie Goble 1-0; Keith Morgan 1-0; Bryan Thomas 1-0. University of Idaho-Gary Walker 8-5; Conrad Scheidt 4-6; Tre`Shawn Robinson 4-4; Korey Toomer 5-1; Quin Ashley 3-3; Benson Mayowa 3-2; Trey Williams 2-3; Aaron Grymes 3-1; Homer Mauga 3-0; Tyler Brooks 1-2; Andre Ferguson 1-2; Dontae Scott 1-1; Mike Cosgrove 1-1; Karel Kearney 1-1; Matthew Harvey 0-2; Jesse Davis 0-2; Charles Smith Jr. 1-0; D. Micheletti 1-0; Troy Vital 0-1; Bradley Njoku 0-1.

IDAHO 44, NORTH DAKOTA 14 • KIBBIE DOME • MOSCOW, IDAHO • 10,608 ND 0 14 0 0 – 14 Idaho 0 10 14 20 – 44 IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 50 yd field goal UND–Erik Mersereau 79 yd punt return (Zeb Miller kick) UND–Greg Hardin 54 yd pass from Joey Bradley (Zeb Miller kick) IDAHO–Armauni Johnson 8 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO–Marsel Posey 14 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO–Mike Scott 17 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO–Mike LaGrone 28 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick blockd) IDAHO–Ryan Bass 18 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO–Bradley Njoku 37 yd interception return (Trey Farquhar kick) UND IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 11 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 20-29 38-117 PASSING YDS (NET) 168 307 Passes Att-Comp-Int 34-16-2 40-28-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 54-197 78-424 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-80 4-37 Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-203 2-30 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-56 Punts (Number-Avg) 9-41.0 6-47.8 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-30 6-70 Possession Time 24:25 35:35

Third-Down Conversions 3 of 13 7 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-0 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-20 1-10 RUSHING: ND-Mitch Sutton 9-22; Jake Miller 5-11; Jer Garman 1-2; Brent Goska 3-minus 2; Joey Bradley 2-minus 4. Idaho-Ryan Bass 11-57; Princeton McCarty 10-46; Kama Bailey 6-17; Troy Vital 4-8; Taylor Davis 1-minus 2; Brian Reader 6-minus 9. PASSING: ND-Joey Bradley 15-31-1-166; Brent Goska 1-3-1-2. Idaho-Brian Reader 27-39-0-299; Taylor Davis 1-1-0-8. RECEIVING: ND-Seth Nichols 4-22; Greg Hardin 2-81; R.J. Mcgill 2-18; Chris Anderson 2-16; Jake Miller 2-12; Ethan Magstadt 2-6; Mitch Sutton 1-8; Seth Wisthoff 1-5. Idaho-Mike Scott 8-99; Armauni Johnson 8-97; Taylor Elmo 3-16; Princeton McCarty 3-14; Justin Veltung 2-31; Marsel Posey 2-18; Mike LaGrone

1-28; Kama Bailey 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: ND-None. Idaho-Bradley Njoku 1-37; Korey Toomer 1-19. FUMBLES: ND-None. Idaho-None. SACKS (UA-A): ND-J. Daniels 1-0; Jay Nelson 1-0; Damon Andrews 0-1; Mitch Goertz 0-1. Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): ND-Mitch Goertz 5-5; J. Daniels 4-3; Chris Hall 4-1; Erik Mersereau 4-1; D. Hawkins 3-2; D. Hendrickson 1-4; Ross Brenneman 4-0; Jay Nelson 3-1; M. Jablonski 3-0; Justin Belotti 3-0; Ben Peters 3-0; Kenny Watkins 3-0; S. Cummings 2-1; Broc Bellmore 1-2; G. Goodman 1-1; Devin Benjamin 1-1; Damon Andrews 0-2; Ben Henson 0-2; R.J. Mcgill 1-0; Emmett Lynch 1-0; Daryl Brown 1-0; Cordero Finley 0-1; Spencer Bickel 0-1. IdahoTre`Shawn Robinson 4-4; Trey Williams 4-1; Quin Ashley 3-1; Conrad Scheidt 2-2; Aaron Grymes 2-1; Tracy Carter 1-2; Gary Walker 0-3; James Randall 2-0; Homer Mauga 1-1; John McKinley 1-1; Korey Toomer 1-1; QuayShawne Buckley 1-1; Charles Smith Jr. 0-2; Dontae Scott 0-2; Benson Mayowa 0-2; Matthew Harvey 0-2; Brad Marboe 1-0; Elliott Chapman 1-0; Mike Cosgrove 1-0; Justin Hernandez 0-1; Andre Ferguson 0-1; Jesse Davis 0-1; Maxx Forde 0-1.

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LS 2012 #9 TEXAS A&M 37, IDAHO 7 • KYLE FIELD • COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS • 86,623 Idaho 0 0 0 7 – 7 Texas A&M 7 20 10 0 – 37 TAMU–Swope, Ryan 26 yd pass from Tannehill, Ryan (Bullock, Randy kick) TAMU–Bullock, Randy 25 yd field goal TAMU–Gray, Cyrus 17 yd run (Bullock, Randy kick) TAMU–Bullock, Randy 42 yd field goal TAMU–Gray, Cyrus 3 yd pass from Tannehill, Ryan (Bullock, Randy kick) TAMU–Bullock, Randy 46 yd field goal TAMU–Gray, Cyrus 1 yd run (Bullock, Randy kick) IDAHO–Troy Vital 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO TAMU FIRST DOWNS 10 31 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-56 38-140 PASSING YDS (NET) 131 377 Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-17-0 43-30-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 58-187 81-517 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 4-46 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-114 2-57 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 10-42.5 3-43.7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 9-66 3-25 Possession Time 30:12 29:48 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 14 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 3-20

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 9-26; Troy Vital 6-22; Ryan Bass 6-16; Brian Reader 7-minus 1; Justin Veltung 1-minus 7. Texas A&M-Gray, Cyrus 29-101; Michael, C. 5-31; Swope, Ryan 1-5; Malena, Ben 2-3; Tannehill, Ryan 1-0. PASSING: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 17-29-0-131. Texas A&M-Tannehill, Ryan 26-39-1-337; Showers, J. 4-4-040. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Mike Scott 8-97; Taylor Elmo 2-11; Ryan Bass 2-2; Armauni Johnson 1-10; Kama Bailey 1-4; Princeton McCarty 1-3; Justin Veltung 1-3; Mike LaGrone 1-1. Texas A&M-Nwachukwu, U. 6-80; Swope, Ryan 6-74; Fuller, Jeff 5-79; Gray, Cyrus 5-58; Lamothe, M. 3-10; McNeal, Kenric 2-21; Askew, Nate 1-23; Prioleau, H. 1-21; Michael, C. 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: University of IdahoAndre Ferguson 1-0. Texas A&M-None. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-None.

Texas A&M-Michael, C. 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. Texas A&M-Porter, Sean 1-0; Judie, Coryell 1-0; Brown Jr., E. 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Quin Ashley 6-5; Korey Toomer 4-6; Homer Mauga 4-6; Gary Walker 4-4; Conrad Scheidt 1-6; Matthew Harvey 5-0; Aaron Grymes 4-1; Tre`Shawn Robinson 2-3; Dion Bass 3-0; John McKinley 2-1; Tracy Carter 2-1; Mike Cosgrove 1-2; Karel Kearney 1-1; Benson Mayowa 1-1; Dontae Scott 0-2; Bradley Njoku 0-2; Maxx Forde 1-0; Jesse Davis 1-0; Andre Ferguson 1-0; Charles Smith Jr. 0-1; QuayShawne Buckley 0-1; Troy Vital 0-1. Texas A&M-Porter, Sean 4-1; Judie, Coryell 4-1; Hunter, Trent 3-1; Stewart, J. 1-3; Matthews, H. 2-1; Smith, Lionel 1-2; Bass, Ben 1-2; Thomas, Charlie 1-2; Jones, C.J. 0-3; Compton, Ben 2-0; Frederick, T. 2-0; Moore, Damontre 1-1; Harris, Dustin 1-1; Terrell, Steven 1-1; Jenkins, Steven 1-1; Stansbury, G. 1-1; Ennis, Kirby 1-1; Williams, G. 1-1; Alexander, B. 1-1; Hurd Jr., Toney 0-2; Raven, Floyd 0-2; Nealy, Spencer 0-2; Jerod-Eddie, T. 0-2; Brown Jr., E. 1-0; Taylor, Tyrell 0-1; Baggs, Donnie 0-1; Ward, Shaun 0-1; Thompson, D. 0-1; Russell, Caleb 0-1; Everett, D. 0-1; Campbell, S. 0-1; Mathis, J. 0-1.

FRESNO STATE 48, IDAHO 24 • KIBBIE DOME • MOSCOW, IDAHO • 15,110 FS 10 14 17 7 – 48 Idaho 7 10 0 7 – 24 FSU–Saunders, Jalen 16 yd pass from Carr, Derek (Goessling, Kevi kick) IDAHO–Clayton Homme 3 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) FSU–Goessling, Kevi 48 yd field goal IDAHO–Princeton McCarty 18 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) FSU–Saunders, Jalen 51 yd pass from Carr, Derek (Goessling, Kevi kick) IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 23 yd field goal FSU–Jensen, Marcel 1 yd pass from Carr, Derek (Goessling, Kevi kick) FSU–Goessling, Kevi 48 yd field goal FSU–Evans, Rashad 33 yd pass from Carr, Derek (Goessling, Kevi kick) FSU–Harrison, Nat 40 yd fumble recovery (Goessling, Kevi kick) IDAHO–Kama Bailey 7 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) FSU–Harper, Josh 9 yd pass from Carr, Derek (Goessling, Kevi kick) FS IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 22 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-142 24-44 PASSING YDS (NET) 371 239 Passes Att-Comp-Int 37-24-2 43-23-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-513 67-283 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-40 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 5-79 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-98 7-193 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-7

Punts (Number-Avg) 2-51.0 8-48.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 7-75 7-85 Possession Time 33:03 26:57 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 12 3 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 4 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-12 0-0 RUSHING: FS-Rouse, Robbie 25-112; Knox, Milton 7-27; Shapiro, Andrew 1-15; TEAM 1-minus 12. Idaho-Princeton McCarty 7-33; Kama Bailey 6-19; Troy Vital 6-9; Brian Reader 5-minus 17. PASSING: FS-Carr, Derek 24-37-2-371. Idaho-BriaAn Reader 22-38-0-235; Taylor Davis 1-3-0-4; Kama Bailey 0-1-0-0; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: FS-Evans, Rashad 7-81; Saunders, Jalen 5-142; Harper, Josh 3-74; Burse, Isaiah 3-33; Wylie, Devon 3-30; Skidmore, Ryan 1-9; Harris, Michael 1-1; Jensen, Marcel 1-1. Idaho-Mike LaGrone 5-57; Kama Bailey 5-41; Mike Scott 4-43; Armauni John-

son 2-43; Justin Veltung 2-14; Princeton McCarty 2-11; Taylor Elmo 1-19; Troy Vital 1-8; Clayton Homme 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: FS-None. Idaho-Quin Ashley 1-4; Matthew Harvey 1-3. FUMBLES: FS-Wylie, Devon 1-0; TEAM 1-0. Idaho-Brian Reader 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): FS-Harrell, Logan 1-0; Okpalaugo, Tris 1-0. IdahoNone. TACKLES (UA-A): FS-Brown, Travis 6-5; Dennis, Terranc 2-8; Jones, L.J. 3-2; Harrell, Logan 3-1; Wilson, Cristin 2-2; Knox, Kyle 2-1; Toma, Jeremiah 2-1; Green, Isaiah 1-2; Su'a, Patrick 2-0; Dunn, Davon 2-0; Thomas, Jermain 1-1; Lewis, Donavon 1-1; Jennings, Andy 1-0; Ellis, A.J. 1-0; Raphael, Austin 1-0; McEntee, Chase 1-0; Okpalaugo, Tris 1-0; Mickelsen, Karl 0-1; Dilihunt, Edwar 0-1. Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 7-3; Conrad Scheidt 2-7; Quin Ashley 5-2; Gary Walker 5-2; Aaron Grymes 5-0; Dion Bass 3-1; Korey Toomer 2-2; Matthew Harvey 1-3; Trey Williams 2-1; John McKinley 2-1; QuayShawne Buckley 1-2; Tracy Carter 2-0; Mike Cosgrove 1-1; Charles Smith Jr. 1-1; Homer Mauga 1-1; Jesse Davis 1-0; Bradley Njoku 1-0; Tyler Brooks 0-1; Kama Bailey 0-1; Maxx Forde 0-1; Andre Ferguson 0-1; Karel Kearney 0-1.

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VIRGINIA 21, IDAHO 20 (OT) • SCOTT STADIUM • CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. • 39,827 Idaho 0 6 0 8 6 20 Virginia 14 0 0 0 7 21 VA–Jones,P 10 yd run (Randolph,R kick) VA–Jones,P 6 yd pass from Rocco,M (Randolph,R kick) IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 19 yd field goal IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 42 yd field goal D. Micheletti 4 yd blocked punt return (Marsel Posey pass from Brian Reader) VA–Terrell,D 27 yd pass from Watford,D (Randolph,R kick) IDAHO–Armauni Johnson 23 yd pass from Brian Reader (Brian Reader pass failed) IDAHO VA FIRST DOWNS 12 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-103 41-161 PASSING YDS (NET) 193 335 Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-17-2 50-30-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-296 91-496 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-15 1-4 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-55 4-101 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 2-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 9-51.2 7-38.9 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 5-46 7-60 Possession Time 25:51 34:09 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 18 5 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-3 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-32 2-16 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 14-90; Kama Bailey 8-20; Troy Vi-

tal 4-1; TEAM 1-minus 2; Brian Reader 4-minus 6. Virginia-Jones,P 21-110; Richardson,C 11-70; Jennings,D 2-minus 8; Rocco,M 7-minus 11. PASSING: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 17-41-2-193. Virginia-Rocco,M 20-30-0-240; Watford,D 10-20-1-95. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Mike Scott 5-74; Princeton McCarty 4-21; Armauni Johnson 3-49; Taylor Elmo 2-18; Justin Veltung 2-14; Kama Bailey 1-17. Virginia-Burd,K 8-123; Jones,P 7-41; Smith,T 5-43; Snyder,M 4-72; Milien,M 3-19; Terrell,D 2-29; Freedman,P 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: University of IdahoAaron Grymes 1-0. Virginia-Minnifield,C 1-0; Joseph,D 1-0.

FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 1-0. VirginiaRichardson,C 1-1; Jones,P 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Gary Walker 1-0; Korey Toomer 1-0; QuayShawne Buckley 1-0. Virginia-Conrath,M 1-1; Minnifield,C 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Quin Ashley 5-7; Gary Walker 5-5; Matthew Harvey 8-1; Tre`Shawn Robinson 2-7; Homer Mauga 4-3; Conrad Scheidt 4-3; Aaron Grymes 4-2; QuayShawne Buckley 2-4; Trey Williams 1-5; Korey Toomer 3-1; Bradley Njoku 1-1; John McKinley 0-2; Tyler Brooks 0-2; Tracy Carter 1-0; Andre Ferguson 1-0; Maxx Forde 1-0; Vince Keener 1-0; Jesse Davis 1-0; A.J. Annelus 0-1; Karel Kearney 0-1; Mike Cosgrove 0-1. Virginia-Greer,S 1-12; Conrath,M 1-6; Nicholson,D 5-1; Reynolds,L 1-4; Schautz,B 2-2; Joseph,D 2-2; Minnifield,C 1-3; Walcott,A 1-3; Hill,W 0-4; Taliaferro,A 2-1; Mosley,C 1-2; McLeod,R 1-1; Jenkins,N 1-1; Keys,R 1-1; Harris,A 1-1; Phelps,B 1-0; Burd,K 1-0; Walker,R 1-0; Snyder,J 1-0; Urban,B 0-1; Brown,T 0-1.

LOUISIANA TECH 24, IDAHO 11 • KIBBIE DOME • MOSCOW, IDAHO • 15,309 Louisiana Tech 0 10 14 0 – 24 Idaho 0 5 0 6 – 11 LATECH–Nelson,Matt 23 yd field goal IDAHO–Andre Ferguson safety LATECH–Dudley,Jay 53 yd interception return (Nelson,Matt kick) IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 43 yd field goal LATECH–Gru,David 6 yd pass from Isham,Nick (Nelson,Matt kick) LATECH–Isham,Nick 1 yd run (Nelson, Matt kick) IDAHO–Justin Veltung 81 yd punt return (Brian Reader pass failed) LATECH IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 21 15 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 48-190 22-47 PASSING YDS (NET) 163 244 Passes Att-Comp-Int 39-25-0 47-19-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 87-353 69-291 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 5-42 4-93 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-30 4-72 Interception Returns-Yards 3-58 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 10-48.0 11-50.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 5-40 5-46 Possession Time 34:58 25:02 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 16 2 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 0-0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-12 2-12 RUSHING: Louisiana Tech-Lee, Hunter 28-134; Creer, Lennon 12-54; Patton,

Quinton 1-9; Isham, Nick 7-minus 7. University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 13-44; Kama Bailey 7-15; Brian Reader 2-minus 12. PASSING: Louisiana Tech-Isham, Nick 25-39-0-163. University of Idaho-Brian Reader 19-47-3-244. RECEIVING: Louisiana Tech-Patton, Quinton 9-34; Gru, David 4-28; Ikharo, Taulib 4-26; Guillot, Andrew 3-43; Lee, Hunter 2-20; Casey, Richie 2-11; Fitte, Lyle 1-1. University of Idaho-Justin Veltung 6-94; Mike Scott 4-47; Armauni Johnson 2-47; Taylor Elmo 2-36; Princeton McCarty 2-6; Kama Bailey 1-8; Marsel Posey 1-4; Mike LaGrone 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Louisiana Tech-Dudley, Jay 1-53; Johnson, Jamel 1-5; Giles, Quinn 1-0. University of Idaho-None.

FUMBLES: Louisiana Tech-Isham,Nick 1-0. University of Idaho-Justin Veltung 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Louisiana Tech-Enemkpali, IK 1-0; White,Jon'al 1-0. University of Idaho-Korey Toomer 2-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Louisiana Tech-Cole, Adrien 4-4; Dudley, Jay 3-3; Johnson, Jamel 3-2; Carter, Terry 2-3; Boyd, Chad 3-1; Lucas, Shakeil 1-3; Porter, Rufus 2-1; Goodman, Justin 1-2; White, Jon'al 2-0; Ellis, Justin 2-0; Broha, Matt 2-0; Randle, Solomon 1-1; Johnson, Craig 1-1; Rust, Dusty 0-2; Hester, Chip 0-2; Lacey, Christian 0-2; Evans, DeMarcion 1-0; Liggins, L. 1-0; Enemkpali, IK 1-0; Giles, Quinn 0-1. University of Idaho-Gary Walker 12-3; Tre`Shawn Robinson 6-8;Korey Toomer 6-4; Conrad Scheidt 2-7; Quin Ashley 0-5; Trey Williams 4-0; Bradley Njoku 2-2; Dontae Scott 1-3; QuayShawne Buckley 1-3; Maxx Forde 1-2; John McKinley 1-2; Homer Mauga 1-2; Tracy Carter 1-2; Karel Kearney 1-2; Aaron Grymes 2-0; Andre Ferguson 1-1; Charles Smith Jr. 1-1; Jesse Davis 0-2; Bobby Cowan 1-0; Mike Scott 1-0; Vince Keener 0-1.

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LS 2012 NEW MEXICO STATE 31, IDAHO 24 • MEMORIAL STADIUM • LAS CRUCES, N.M. • 12,711 Idaho 10 0 14 0 – 24 NMSU 21 0 7 3 – 31 NMSU–Turner, Kenny 14 yd run (Stampler, Tyler kick) NMSU–Bateman, K. 20 yd pass from Christian, Matt (Stampler, Tyler kick) IDAHO–Princeton McCarty 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) NMSU–Rogers, Taveon 100 yd kickoff return (Stampler, Tyler kick) IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 45 yd field goal IDAHO–Justin Veltung 64 yd punt return (Trey Farquhar kick) NMSU–Bateman, K. 1 yd pass from Colwell, T. (Stampler, Tyler kick) IDAHO–Princeton McCarty 95 yd kickoff return (Trey Farquhar kick) NMSU–Stampler, Tyler 20 yd field goal IDAHO NMSU FIRST DOWNS 13 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-114 41-192 PASSING YDS (NET) 167 202 Passes Att-Comp-Int 35-22-1 23-15-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-281 64-394 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7 Punt Returns-Yards 3-57 4-5 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-182 4-172 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1--1 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-49.0 9-45.6 Fumbles-Lost 3-3 2-1 Penalties-Yards 2-17 7-45 Possession Time 28:40 31:20

I N Third-Down Conversions 3 of 14 3 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-2 1-4 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 25-116; Kama Bailey 2-3; Brian Reader 2-minus 5. New Mexico State-Turner, Kenny 29-171; Colwell, T. 6-17; Christian, Matt 5-4; TEAM 1-0. PASSING: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 22-35-1-167. New Mexico State-Christian, Matt 8-14-0-102; Colwell, T. 7-9-0-100. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Mike Scott 5-62; Kama Bailey 5-15; Armauni Johnson 3-16; Princeton McCarty 2-25; Gary Walker 2-22; Mike LaGrone 2-13; Justin Veltung 2-9; Landon Weaver 1-5. New Mexico StateBateman, K. 4-73; Rogers, Taveon 3-33; Turner, Kenny 3-11; Franklin, A. 2-60; Walls, Trevor 2-20; Lee, Todd 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. New Mexico StateColeman, Donyae 1-minus 1. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 1-1; Princeton McCarty 1-1; Justin Veltung 1-1. New Mexico State-Franklin, A. 1-1; Lee, Todd 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Homer Mauga 1-0. New Mexico State-Taumoepeau, W. 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Conrad Scheidt 6-6; Gary Walker 7-3; Bradley Njoku 3-3; Karel Kearney 0-5; Tracy Carter 4-0; Korey Toomer 2-2; John McKinley 1-3; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-3; Aaron Grymes 1-3; Homer Mauga 1-3; QuayShawne Buckley 0-4; Charles Smith Jr. 0-3; Quin Ashley 2-0; Tyler Brooks 1-1; Andre Ferguson 0-2; Dontae Scott 0-2; D. Micheletti 0-2; Matthew Harvey 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Benson Mayowa 1-0; Maxx Forde 0-1; Vince Keener 0-1; Jesse Davis 0-1. New Mexico State-Coleman, Donyae 5-6; Bradley, Ben 4-5; Johnson, Darien 3-5; Green, Jonte 6-1; Bonilla, Bryan 4-3; Aoelua, Boyblue 1-5; Lolohea, Numi 2-2; Viney, Courtney 1-2; Taumoepeau, W. 1-2; Niumatalolo, D. 1-2; Fils, Pierre 1-2; Quiroga, David 0-3; Mahoney, David 0-3; Davis, Dylan 0-2; Meredith, S. 0-2; Davenport, J. 1-0; Clay, Robert 0-1; Cazares, Davis 0-1; Yates, Dejuan 0-1.

HAWAI`I 16, IDAHO 14 • KIBBIE DOME • MOSCOW, IDAHO • 10,461 Hawai`i 0 13 0 3 – 16 Idaho 7 0 7 0 – 14 IDAHO–Matt Cleveland 0 yd fumble recovery (Trey Farquhar kick) UH–Stutzmann, B. 2 yd pass from Moniz,B. (Chun,K. kick) UH–Chun,K. 27 yd field goal UH–Hadden,T. 47 yd field goal IDAHO–Tracy Carter 70 yd fumble recovery (Trey Farquhar kick) UH–Chun,K. 35 yd field goal, 13-60 2:32, UH 16 - IDAHO 14 UH IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 21 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 21-15 38-149 PASSING YDS (NET) 338 85 Passes Att-Comp-Int 53-32-1 24-11-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-353 62-234 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-70 Punt Returns-Yards 2-17 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-103 5-81 Interception Returns-Yards 2-20 1-23 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-35.2 5-41.8 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 9-81 4-55 Possession Time 30:25 29:35 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 17 3 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 1-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-5 6-42 RUSHING: UH-Iosefa,J. 8-26; Jackson,S. 3-17; Moniz,B. 10-minus 28. University of Idaho-

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Princeton McCarty 28-99; Kama Bailey 5-34; Justin Veltung 2-16; Brian Reader 1-4; Taylor Davis 2-minus 4; Matt Cleveland 0-0. PASSING: UH-Moniz,B. 32-53-1-338. University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 6-17-1-33; Brian Reader 5-7-1-52. RECEIVING: UH-Pollard, R. 10-151; Stutzmann, B. 8-73; Ostrowski,J. 5-67; Davis,T. 4-32; Clapp,J. 3-17; Iosefa,J. 2-minus 2. University of Idaho-Kama Bailey 4-32; Landon Weaver 2-12; Mike LaGrone 1-17; Justin Veltung 1-8; Armauni Johnson 1-7; Mike Scott 1-6; Princeton McCarty 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: UH-Brown,A. 1-17; Paredes,C. 1-3. University of Idaho-Quin Ashley 1-23.

FUMBLES: UH-Moniz,B. 3-2; Iosefa,J. 1-0; Clapp,J. 1-0. University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): UH-Falemalu,P. 1-0. University of Idaho-Benson Mayowa 3-0; Conrad Scheidt 2-0; Charles Smith Jr. 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): UH-Brown,A. 5-4; Tuipulotu,K. 1-5; Torres,R. 5-0; Hardy-Tuliau,J 4-1; Masch, Z. 3-2; Laurel,A. 2-3; Daily-Lyles,G. 3-1; Hopkins,T. 3-1; Edwards,M. 2-2; Paredes,C. 1-2; Hanohano,G. 2-0; Falemalu,P. 1-1; Meatoga,V. 0-2; Clay,C. 0-2; Borden,K. 0-2; Lutu,L. 1-0; Laurel,C. 1-0; Malepeai,M. 1-0; Alo,K. 1-0; Cravens,S. 1-0; Monico,J. 0-1; Poueu-Luna,B. 0-1. University of Idaho-Gary Walker 6-1; Conrad Scheidt 6-0; Aaron Grymes 6-0; Quin Ashley 5-0; Tre`Shawn Robinson 3-2; Korey Toomer 4-0; Benson Mayowa 3-0; Matthew Harvey 2-0; Homer Mauga 2-0; Charles Smith Jr. 1-1; Mike Cosgrove 0-2; Andre Ferguson 0-2; Bradley Njoku 1-0; QuayShawne Buckley 1-0; Tracy Carter 1-0; Ken McRoyal 1-0; Dion Bass 1-0; Brad Marboe 1-0; Su`a Tuala 1-0; Marius Burgsmueller 0-1; Trey Williams 0-1.

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IDAHO 32, SAN JOSE STATE 29 • SPARTAN STADIUM • SAN JOSE, CALIF. • 10,621 Idaho 0 10 0 22 – 32 San Jose State 17 5 0 7 – 29 SJSU–Alvernik, Jens 19 yd field goal SJSU–Rutley, Brandon 3 yd run (Alvernik, Jens kick) SJSU–Ervin, Tyler 11 yd run (Alvernik, Jens kick) SJSU–Alvernik, Jens 26 yd field goal IDAHO–Kama Bailey 2 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) SJSU–Johnson, Travis safety IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 55 yd field goal IDAHO–Kama Bailey 3 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO–Mike LaGrone 13 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Korey Toomer rush) IDAHO–Ryan Bass 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) SJSU–Otten, Ryan 47 yd pass from Faulkner, Matt (Alvernik, Jens kick) IDAHO SJSU FIRST DOWNS 17 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-183 25-68 PASSING YDS (NET) 162 289 Passes Att-Comp-Int 20-13-1 42-29-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 66-345 67-357 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-75 5-159 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-3 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-43.2 7-40.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-1 Penalties-Yards 3-14 3-25 Possession Time 30:29 29:31 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 14 5 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 4-5

Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 5-31 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Kama Bailey 19-163; Princeton McCarty 11-36; Ryan Bass 6-14; TEAM 2-minus 4; Taylor Davis 8-minus 26. San Jose State-Rutley,Brandon 16-38; Ervin, Tyler 8-30; TEAM 1-0. PASSING: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 13-20-1-162. San Jose State-Faulkner, Matt 29-41-0-289; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Mike LaGrone 4-65; Mike Scott 4-51; Taylor Elmo 3-23; Ken McRoyal 1-12; Kama Bailey 1-11. San Jose State-Grigsby, Noel 11-84; Jones, Chandler 8-84; Otten, Ryan 3-64; Rutley, Brandon 2-26; Nunn, Kyle 2-15; Ervin, Tyler 1-6; Avila, Michael 1-6; Tuitupou, Peter 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: University of IdahoNone. San Jose State-Festejo, Pompey 1-3. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Mike Scott

1-1; Matthew Harvey 1-1. San Jose State-TEAM 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. San Jose State-Johnson, Travis 4-0; Marah, Mohamed 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 8-7; Quin Ashley 5-2; Korey Toomer 3-4; Gary Walker 3-3; Conrad Scheidt 3-3; Aaron Grymes 4-1; QuayShawne Buckley 2-3; Su`a Tuala 3-0; Homer Mauga 2-1; Matthew Harvey 2-1; Mike Cosgrove 0-3; Andre Ferguson 0-2; Tyler Brooks 1-0; D. Micheletti 1-0; Bobby Cowan 1-0; Brad Marboe 0-1; Karel Kearney 0-1; Vince Keener 0-1; Bradley Njoku 0-1. San Jose State-Ihenacho, Duke 3-8; Johnson, Travis 6-4; Smith, Keith 2-6; Festejo, Pompey 1-6; Orth, James 2-4; Thompson, Peyto 1-5; Moeaki, Andrew 0-5; Buhagiar, Vince 3-1; Marah, Mohamed 2-2; Larceval, Antho 2-2; Tuipulotu, Tiuk 1-3; Abbott, Vincent 2-1; Germany, Alex 2-0; Tuitupou, David 1-1; Yell, Ronnie 1-1; Ogburn Jr., Dam 1-0; Benwikere, Bene 1-0; Lousi, Cedric 0-1; Muaava, Derek 0-1; Ervin, Tyler 0-1.

BRIGHAM YOUNG 42, IDAHO 7 • LAVELL EDWARDS STADIUM • PROVO, UTAH • 57,770 Idaho 0 0 7 0 – 7 BYU 14 14 14 0 – 42 BYU–HOFFMAN, Cody 32 yd pass from NELSON, Riley (SORENSEN, Justi kick) BYU–KARIYA, Bryan 17 yd run (SORENSEN, Justi kick) BYU–KARIYA, Bryan 1 yd run (SORENSEN, Justi kick) BYU–HOFFMAN, Cody 21 yd pass from HEAPS, Jake (SORENSEN, Justi kick) BYU–ALISA, Michael 38 yd run (SORENSEN, Justi kick) BYU–APO, Ross 18 yd pass from HEAPS, Jake (SORENSEN, Justi kick) IDAHO–Princeton McCarty 82 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO BY FIRST DOWNS 10 30 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 33-191 42-243 PASSING YDS (NET) 50 262 Passes Att-Comp-Int 21-11-2 33-21-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 54-241 75-505 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 3-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-57 2-59 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 2-48 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-46.0 2-42.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 11-105 7-45 Possession Time 25:58 34:02 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 15 9 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-1 3-4

Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-10 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 14-127; Kama Bailey 11-34; Korey Toomer 1-12; Taylor Davis 3-10; Brian Reader 4-8. BYU Cougars-ALISA, Michael 10-99; DI LUIGI, JJ 8-42; KARIYA, Bryan 6-35; FOOTE, David 5-32; QUEZADA, Josh 10-12; LARK, James 2-12; NELSON, Riley 1-11. PASSING: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 5-12-1-minus 6; Brian Reader 6-9-1-56. BYU Cougars-HEAPS, Jake 15-20-1-185; NELSON, Riley 4-7-0-56; LARK, James 2-6-0-21. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Kama Bailey 4-3; D. Micheletti 2-27; Mike LaGrone 2-11; Justin Veltung 2-9; Princeton McCarty 1-0. BYU Cougars-HOFFMAN, Cody 6-114; MATHEWS, Marcus 4-30; FALSLEV, JD 3-35; APO, Ross 2-28; DI LUIGI, JJ 2-16; CUTLER, Dallin 1-13; HOLT, Austin 1-9; JACOBSON, McKay 1-9; QUEZADA, Josh1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: University of IdahoTracy Carter 1-0. BYU Cougars-HADLEY,

Spencer 1-48; JOHNSON, Jordan 1-0. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Justin Veltung 1-0. BYU CougarsNone. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. BYU Cougars-VAN NOY, Kyle 1-0; FUA, Alani 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 9-1; Aaron Grymes 5-2; Gary Walker 5-2; Conrad Scheidt 4-3; QuayShawne Buckley 3-4; Homer Mauga 3-1; Mike Cosgrove 2-2; Quin Ashley 1-3; Tracy Carter 3-0; Benson Mayowa 3-0; Korey Toomer 2-1; Dion Bass 2-1; Vince Keener 2-0; Matthew Harvey 1-1; Dontae Scott 1-1; Bradley Njoku 0-2; Su`a Tuala 0-1; John McKinley 0-1; Charles Smith Jr. 0-1; Matt Cleveland 0-1; Ken McRoyal 0-1; Maxx Forde 0-1. BYU CougarsVAN NOY, Kyle 9-1; UALE, Travis 4-1; JOHNSON, Jordan 2-2; OGLETREE, Brand 2-1; FUA, Alani 2-1; BECK, Tyler 2-0; FUGA, Romney 2-0; SORENSEN, Danie 2-0; HADLEY, Spencer 2-0; MANUMALEUNA, Ea 1-1; MEES, Carter 1-1; FANGUPO, Hebron 1-1; KAVEINGA, Uona 1-1; WAGNER, Jadon 1-1; TUILOMA, Travis 1-1; ANSAH, Ezekiel 1-1; VEA, Simote 0-2; POVEY, Skye 1-0; ALISA, Michael 1-0; EVERETT, DeQuan 1-0; SAMPSON, Joe 1-0; LEUNG-WAI, Aven 0-1; BLACKMORE, Just 0-1; HADLEY, Preston 0-1.

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 UTAH STATE 49, IDAHO 42 (2 OT) • KIBBIE DOME • MOSCOW, IDAHO • 8,216 Utah State 7 14 7 7 14 49 Idaho 7 3 18 7 7 42 USU–Smith, Michael 1 yd run (Thompson, Josh kick) IDAHO–Mike Scott 13 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) USU–Van Leeuwen, T. 3 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Thompson, Josh kick) USU–Turbin, Robert 80 yd run (Thompson, Josh kick) IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 23 yd field goal IDAHO–Trey Farquhar 23 yd field goal IDAHO–Quin Ashley 78 yd interception return (Taylor Elmo pass from Brian Reader) USU–Morrison, S. 63 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Thompson, Josh kick) IDAHO–Korey Toomer 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) USU–Smith, Michael 7 yd run (Thompson, Josh kick) IDAHO–Korey Toomer 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO–Korey Toomer 2 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) USU–Turbin, Robert 1 yd run (Thompson, Josh kick) USU–Turbin, Robert 2 yd run (Thompson, Josh kick) USU IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 21 26 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 52-310 53-175 PASSING YDS (NET) 182 275 Passes Att-Comp-Int 18-13-1 39-27-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 70-492 92-450 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-11 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-14 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-201 6-131 Interception Returns-Yards 1-1 1-78 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-43.7 4-44.8

Fumbles-Lost 5-3 4-1 Penalties-Yards 7-75 10-87 Possession Time 21:31 38:29 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 11 of 22 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 5-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-8 2-4 RUSHING: Utah State-Turbin, Robert 24-208; Smith, Michael 15-58; Kennedy, Adam 7-39; Williams, K. 4-9; Team 1-0; Jacobs, Chuck 1-minus 4. University of Idaho-Kama Bailey 23-110; Princeton McCarty 9-27; Ryan Bass 6-15; Korey Toomer 8-15; Brian Reader 7-8. PASSING: Utah State-Kennedy, Adam 13-18-1-182. University of Idaho-Brian Reader 27-39-1-275. RECEIVING: Utah State-Morrison, S. 3-83; Van Leeuwen, T. 3-40; Austin, Matt 3-26; Jacobs, Chuck 1-17; Lloyd, Tarren 1-9; Williams, K. 1-6; Tialavea, D.J. 1-1. University of Idaho-Mike Scott 6-55; Kama Bailey 5-49; Mike LaGrone 3-63; D. Micheletti 3-30; Ken McRoyal 3-2;

Justin Veltung 2-49; Landon Weaver 1-7; Aaron Grymes 1-5; Taylor Elmo 1-5; Princeton McCarty 1-5; Robert Hatchett 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Utah State-Wagner, Bobby 1-1. University of Idaho-Quin Ashley 1-78. FUMBLES: Utah State-Jacobs, Chuck 2-1; Williams, K. 1-1; Morrison, S. 1-0; Turbin, Robert 1-1. University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 2-1; Korey Toomer 1-0; D. Micheletti 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Utah State-Garner, Quinn 1-0; Lasike, Havea 1-0. University of Idaho-Korey Toomer 1-0; Su`a Tuala 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Utah State-Brady, McKade 5-11; Wagner, Bobby 4-7; Davis, Will 5-5; Bowden, Alfred 4-5; Gallagher, Kyle 4-4; Filimoeatu, B. 6-1; Lawson, Nevin 4-2; Lasike, Havea 5-0; Garner, Quinn 3-2; Lapuaho, Al 0-4; McMillian, T. 1-2; Koskan, Levi 0-3; Williams, C. 0-3; Harris, Chris 0-3; Larsen, B.J. 2-0; Doughty, Jake 1-1; Vaifoou, Tevita 0-2; Sutera, Frankie 0-2; Byrd, Quinton 1-0; Robertson, J. 1-0; Vought, Nick 1-0; Olson, Jamaine 0-1; Larsen, Tyler 0-1; Alston, T. 0-1. University of Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 8-12; Gary Walker 6-6; Quin Ashley 5-5; Conrad Scheidt 5-4; Korey Toomer 2-3; Su`a Tuala 2-2; Mike Cosgrove 3-0; Homer Mauga 3-0; Aaron Grymes 3-0; Tracy Carter 1-1; Matthew Harvey 1-1; Maxx Forde 1-1; Charles Smith Jr. 1-0; Justin Hernandez 1-0; John McKinley 1-0; A.J. Annelus 1-0; Dontae Scott 0-1; QuayShawne Buckley 0-1; Andre Ferguson 0-1.

NEVADA 56, IDAHO 3 • MACKAY STADIUM • RENO, NEV. • 10,027 Idaho 0 3 0 0 3 Nevada 7 21 7 21 56 UN–Mark, Lampford 6 yd run (Hurst, Jake kick) UN–Bradley, Aaron 63 yd pass from Lantrip, Tyler (Hurst, Jake kick) UI–Trey Farquhar 19 yd field goal UN–Bradley, Aaron 15 yd pass from Lantrip, Tyler (Hurst, Jake kick) UN–Session, Tray 28 yd pass from Lantrip, Tyler (Hurst, Jake kick) UN–Bradley, Aaron 22 yd pass from Lantrip, Tyler (Hurst, Jake kick) UN–Matthews, R. 4 yd pass from Magleby, Mason (Hurst, Jake kick) UN–Green, Jeremiah 56 yd interception return (Hurst, Jake kick), UN–Brock, Kendall 7 yd pass from Magleby, Mason (Hurst, Jake kick) IDAHO NEV FIRST DOWNS 13 35 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 27-128 45-226 PASSING YDS (NET) 178 361 Passes Att-Comp-Int 36-13-3 37-29-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 63-306 82-587 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-21 1--2 Kickoff Returns-Yards 10-220 1-21 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 3-74 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-38.4 3-43.3 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 9-78 6-45

Possession Time 24:12 35:48 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 16 9 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-9 1-1 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 7-57; Ryan Bass 3-29; Kama Bailey 12-26; Taylor Davis 2-8; Brian Reader 3-8. Nevada-Mark, Lampford 24-104; Hale, Nick 9-67; Magleby, Mason 4-38; Lantrip, Tyler 5-12; Bradley, Aaron 2-7; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASSING: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 11-27-2-145; Taylor Davis 2-9-133. Nevada-Lantrip, Tyler 24-31-0-340; Magleby, Mason 5-6-0-21. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Mike Scott 4-68; Kama Bailey 3-43; D. Micheletti 2-26; Ken McRoyal 2-21; Taylor Elmo 2-20. Nevada-Matthews, R. 12-114; Bradley, Aaron 7-136; Session, Tray 5-61; Arendse, Kolby 2-30; Mark, Lampford 1-9;

Brock, Kendall 1-7; Beard, Necho 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. Nevada-Green, Jeremiah 1-56; Frey, Isaiah 1-18; Johnson, J.M. 1-0. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-None. Nevada-Lantrip, Tyler 2-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-0. Nevada-Rosette, Albert 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Gary Walker 6-5; Tre`Shawn Robinson 5-4; Korey Toomer 4-5; Mike Cosgrove 0-8; Conrad Scheidt 3-4; Matthew Harvey 4-2; Aaron Grymes 3-2; Quin Ashley 2-3; QuayShawne Buckley 1-3; Maxx Forde 1-3; Homer Mauga 0-4; Trey Williams 3-0; John McKinley 2-1; Bradley Njoku 1-2; Dontae Scott 2-0; Charles Smith Jr. 1-1; Andre Ferguson 0-2; Dion Bass 1-0; Benson Mayowa 1-0; Preston Davis 0-1; Tyler Brooks 0-1; Tracy Carter 0-1. Nevada-Johnson, J.M. 4-5; Marshall, B. 3-6; Williams, Duke 5-2; Johnson, Marlon 3-4; Roy, Brett 2-4; urnett, Kaelin 1-5; Wooten, Khalid 4-1; Rosette, Albert 1-2; Frey, Isaiah 1-2; Bell, Dray 0-3; Hekking, Brock 0-3; Thompson, Ty 1-1; Brown, Thaddeus 0-2; Madonick, Zack 0-2; Green, Jeremiah 1-0; Hurst, Jake 1-0; Boudreaux, B. 0-1; Brock, Kendall 0-1.

DAHO FOOTBALL

2 0 1 1 I N R E V I E W

105

VANDAL 2 0 1 1 I N

RESULTS DATE

R E V I E W

OPPONENT

SCORE

Sept. 1 BOWLING GREEN Sept. 10 NORTH DAKOTA Sept. 17 at #9 Texas A&M *Sept. 24 FRESNO STATE Oct. 1 at Virginia *Oct. 8 LOUISIANA TECH *Oct. 14 at New Mexico State *Oct. 29 UH *Nov. 05 at San Jose State Nov. 12 at BYU Cougars *Nov. 19 UTAH STATE *Dec. 3 at Nevada * indicates conference game

15-32 44-14 7-37 24-48 20-21 11-24 24-31 14-16 32-29 7-42 42-49 3-56

W

OT

W 2OT

L L L L L L L L L L

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

TIME

ATTENDANCE

0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 1-6-0 1-7-0 2-7-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 2-10-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 1-6-0

3:12 2:53 2:53 3:24 3:26 3:30 3:13 3:27 3:07 3:14 3:50 3:11

12173 10608 86623 15110 39827 15309 12711 10461 10621 57770 8216 10027

TEAM STATISTICS

106

IDAHO

OPP

SCORING Points Per Game

243 20.2

399 33.2

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty

187 64 105 18

272 103 148 21

RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing

1359 1622 263 391 3.5 113.2 12

1903 2155 252 455 4.2 158.6 18

PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing

2259 221-419-16 5.4 10.2 188.2 11

3339 283-440-9 7.6 11.8 278.2 28

TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game

3618 810 4.5 301.5

5242 895 5.9 436.8

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards

65-1312

45-1283

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards

17-255

31-310

INT RETURNS: #-Yards

9-164

16-216

KICK RETURN AVERAGE

20.2

28.5

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

15.0

10.0

INT RETURN AVERAGE

18.2

13.5

IDAHO

OPP

FUMBLES-LOST

17-10

23-10

PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game

76-714 59.5

74-633 52.8

PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average

88-4099 46.6 40.8

66-2900 43.9 37.0

28:23

31:37

3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct

54/185 29%

66/175 38%

4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct

9/16 56%

8/15 53%

17-115

28-162

MISC YARDS

0

0

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

30

51

FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS

10-15

13-21

0-1

0-1

RED-ZONE SCORES

(24-33) 73%

(39-46) 85%

RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS

(19-33) 58%

(30-46) 65%

PAT-ATTEMPTS

(23-24) 96%

(50-51) 98%

71877 6/11980

217579 6/36263 0/0

TIME OF POSSESSION/Game

SACKS BY-Yards

ON-SIDE KICKS

ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS University of Idaho Opponents

1ST

2ND

3RD

4TH

38 111

47 141

60 76

85 50

OT TOTAL

13 21

243 399

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 2 0 1 1 I N INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS PASSING Brian Reader Taylor Davis Kama Bailey Logan Bushnell TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G

EFFIC

CMP-ATT-INT

11 7 12 4 5 12 12

103.62 192-354-12 69.28 28-62-4 0.00 0-1-0 528.40 1-1-0 0.00 0-1-0 99.06 221-419-16 144.97 283-440-9

RUSHING

PCT

YDS

TD

54.2 1974 45.2 234 0.0 0 100.0 51 0.0 0 52.7 2259 64.3 3339

10 1 0 0 0 11 28

GP ATT GAIN LOSS

LNG AVG/G

46 49 0 51 0 51 76

Princeton McCarty Kama Bailey Ryan Bass Troy Vital Korey Toomer Justin Veltung Matt Cleveland TEAM Taylor Davis Brian Reader Total.......... Opponents......

179.5 33.4 0.0 12.8 0.0 188.2 278.2

RECEIVING Mike Scott Kama Bailey Armauni Johnson Mike LaGrone Justin Veltung Princeton McCarty Taylor Elmo D. Micheletti Marsel Posey Ken McRoyal Landon Weaver Ryan Bass Troy Vital Robert Hatchett Aaron Grymes Clayton Homme Total.......... Opponents......

G

NO.

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

AVG/G

11 12 8 12 10 12 12 11 5 8 7 7 7 2 12 11 12 12

55 34 23 21 20 20 17 7 7 6 4 3 1 1 1 1 221 283

691 256 311 262 231 109 162 83 67 35 24 7 8 5 5 3 2259 3339

12.6 7.5 13.5 12.5 11.6 5.4 9.5 11.9 9.6 5.8 6.0 2.3 8.0 5.0 5.0 3.0 10.2 11.8

2 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 28

51 24 38 37 46 20 19 26 18 19 7 5 8 5 5 3 51 76

62.8 21.3 38.9 21.8 23.1 9.1 13.5 7.5 13.4 4.4 3.4 1.0 1.1 2.5 0.4 0.3 188.2 278.2

Trey Farquhar

Pct 66.7

01-19 2-2

Brian Reader Princeton McCarty Kama Bailey Taylor Davis Ryan Bass Logan Bushnell Troy Vital Korey Toomer Justin Veltung TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

50-99 2-3

Lg 55

Blk 1

NO.

YDS

AVG

TB

OB

RETN

NET

YDLN

47 2 49 74

3130 110 3240 4672

66.6 55.0 66.1 63.1

2 0 2 8

2 0 2 1

1283 1312

39.1 43.2

30 26

PUNTING Bobby Cowan TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

NET

AVG

750 45 705 4.7 451 10 441 4.5 186 11 175 4.0 44 4 40 2.0 28 1 27 3.0 16 7 9 3.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 6 -6 -2.0 26 40 -14 -0.9 121 139 -18 -0.4 1622 263 1359 3.5 2155 252 1903 4.2

TD LONG AVG/G

3 2 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 12 18

82 70 24 11 12 8 0 0 10 17 82 80

58.8 36.8 25.0 5.7 2.2 0.9 0.0 -1.2 -2.0 -1.6 113.2 158.6

G

PLAYS

RUSH

PASS

TOTAL

AVG/G

11 12 12 7 7 4 7 12 10 5 12 12

402 149 100 78 44 1 20 9 3 4 810 895

-18 705 441 -14 175 0 40 27 9 -6 1359 1903

1974 0 0 234 0 51 0 0 0 0 2259 3339

1956 705 441 220 175 51 40 27 9 -6 3618 5242

177.8 58.8 36.8 31.4 25.0 12.8 5.7 2.2 0.9 -1.2 301.5 436.8

FG SEQUENCE

20-29 30-39 40-49 3-3 0-0 3-7

KICKOFFS TTrey Farquhar Bobby Cowan Total.......... Opponents......

149 99 44 20 9 3 0 3 16 48 391 455

TOTAL OFFENSE

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA 10-15

12 12 7 7 12 10 12 5 7 11 12 12

NO.

YDS

AVG

LONG

TB

FC

I20

BLKD

88 0 88 66

4084 15 4099 2900

46.4 0.0 46.6 43.9

76 15 76 81

10 0 10 10

27 0 27 12

17 0 17 28

1 0 1 2

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Bowling Green North Dakota Texas A&M Fresno State Virginia Louisiana Tech New Mexico State UH San Jose State BYU Cougars Utah State Nevada

48,(50) (23) (19),(42) (43) (45) 53 (55) (23),(23),44 48,47,(19)

OPPONENTS

(39) (25),(42),(46),44 (48),(48) 41,36 (23) 39,(20) (27),(47),(35) (19),(26),46,48 35,47 -

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

DAHO FOOTBALL

R E V I E W

107

VANDAL 2 0 1 1 I N R E V I E W

108

SCORING TD

Trey Farquhar Princeton McCarty Korey Toomer Armauni Johnson Mike LaGrone Kama Bailey Justin Veltung Ryan Bass Mike Scott Marsel Posey D. Micheletti Clayton Homme Matt Cleveland Tracy Carter Bradley Njoku Quin Ashley Troy Vital Taylor Elmo Andre Ferguson Brian Reader Total.......... Opponents......

FGS

0 10-15 4 0-0 3 0-0 3 0-0 3 0-0 3 0-0 2 0-0 2 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 30 10-15 51 13-21

KICK

23-24 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 23-24 50-51

PUNT RETURNS

PATS RUSH RCV PASS

0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0

DXP SAF

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-5 3-5 0-0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2

PTS

53 24 20 20 18 18 12 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 0 243 399

ALL PURPOSE Princeton McCarty Justin Veltung Kama Bailey Mike Scott Armauni Johnson Mike LaGrone Ryan Bass Tracy Carter Taylor Elmo Quin Ashley Matthew Harvey D. Micheletti Marsel Posey Troy Vital Korey Toomer Bradley Njoku Ken McRoyal Landon Weaver Clayton Homme Justin Hernandez Robert Hatchett Aaron Grymes Tyler Brooks TEAM Taylor Davis Brian Reader Total.......... Opponents......

G

RUSH

12 10 12 11 8 12 7 11 12 12 12 11 5 7 12 13 8 7 11 11 2 12 12 5 7 11 12 12

705 9 441 0 0 0 175 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -6 -14 -18 1359 1903

REC

PR

KOR

IR

109 0 434 0 231 185 494 0 256 55 0 0 691 0 0 0 311 0 0 0 262 0 10 0 7 0 74 0 0 0 180 0 162 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 0 0 100 3 83 4 0 0 67 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 37 35 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 3 0 16 0 0 11 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2259 255 1312 164 3339 310 1283 216

TOT

AVG/G

1248 919 752 691 311 272 256 180 162 105 103 87 67 48 46 37 35 24 19 11 5 5 4 -6 -14 -18 5349 7051

104.0 91.9 62.7 62.8 38.9 22.7 36.6 16.4 13.5 8.8 8.6 7.9 13.4 6.9 3.8 2.8 4.4 3.4 1.7 1.0 2.5 0.4 0.3 -1.2 -2.0 -1.6 445.8 587.6

Justin Veltung Kama Bailey Justin Hernandez D. Micheletti Total.......... Opponents......

NO.

YDS

AVG

TD LONG

11 5 1 0 17 31

185 55 11 4 255 310

16.8 11.0 11.0 0.0 15.0 10.0

2 0 0 1 3 1

81 20 0 4 81 79

INTERCEPTIONS Quin Ashley Matthew Harvey Bradley Njoku Korey Toomer Tracy Carter Aaron Grymes Andre Ferguson Total.......... Opponents......

NO.

YDS

AVG

TD LONG

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 16

105 3 37 19 0 0 0 164 216

35.0 3.0 37.0 19.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 18.2 13.5

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2

78 3 37 19 0 0 0 78 56

KICK RETURNS Justin Veltung Princeton McCarty Tracy Carter Matthew Harvey Ryan Bass Clayton Homme Mike LaGrone Tyler Brooks Total.......... Opponents......

NO.

YDS

AVG

TD LONG

23 19 11 4 3 3 1 1 65 45

494 434 180 100 74 16 10 4 1312 1283

21.5 22.8 16.4 25.0 24.7 5.3 10.0 4.0 20.2 28.5

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

42 95 24 60 43 10 10 4 95 100

FUMBLE RETURNS Gary Walker Tracy Carter Total.......... Opponents......

NO.

YDS

AVG

TD LONG

1 1 2 2

11 70 81 47

11.0 70.0 40.5 23.5

0 1 1 1

11 70 70 40

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51 8 33 12 16 6 19 57 29 93 7 14 23 49 55 10 96 88 92 90 3 50 99 35 91 87 54 86 4 19 22 13 11 70 18 7 94 46 TM 8

Tre`Shawn Robinson Gary Walker Conrad Scheidt Quin Ashley Korey Toomer Aaron Grymes Homer Mauga QuayShawne Buckley Matthew Harvey Mike Cosgrove Trey Williams Tracy Carter Bradley Njoku John McKinley Andre Ferguson Benson Mayowa Charles Smith Jr. Dontae Scott Maxx Forde Karel Kearney Dion Bass Tyler Brooks Jesse Davis Su`a Tuala Vince Keener D. Micheletti Brad Marboe Ken McRoyal A.J. Annelus Justin Hernandez James Randall Bobby Cowan Troy Vital Matt Cleveland Mike Scott Preston Davis Marius Burgsmueller Elliott Chapman TEAM Kama Bailey Total.......... Opponents......

12-12 12-11 12-11 12-12 12-11 12-12 12-2 12-6 12-12 11-11 10-0 11-0 13-0 11-0 11-6 10-6 12-12 9-2 12-0 9-4 10-0 12-6 11-1 8-0 9-0 11-4 7-0 8-1 4-0 11-0 10-0 12-0 7-0 12-11 11-9 3-0 11-0 3-0 5-0 12-9 12-0 12-0

|-------TACKLES-------| SOLO AST TOTAL

59 67 42 42 38 42 25 12 25 9 16 16 9 10 4 12 6 5 5 3 10 3 3 6 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 . . 1 . . 1 1 . 486 405

58 42 51 36 30 13 22 26 13 20 11 7 14 12 14 5 11 12 10 12 2 7 6 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 . . 2 1 . 1 1 . . 1 452 432

117 109 93 78 68 55 47 38 38 29 27 23 23 22 18 17 17 17 15 15 12 10 9 9 6 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 938 837

TFL/YDS

|-SACKS-| NO-YARDS

7.5-32 4.0-20 8.0-24 2.0-4 10.5-37 . 6.5-24 5.0-25 3.0-5 1.0-4 0.5-2 . . . 1.5-2 4.5-21 3.0-17 1.5-4 0.5-0 1.0-3 0.5-2 . . 2.0-7 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63-234 68.0-267

2.0-19 1.0-6 2.0-11 . 4.0-24 . 1.0-2 1.0-15 . 1.0-4 . . . . . 3.0-18 1.0-13 . . . . . . 1.0-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-115 28-162

|---PASS DEF---| INT-YDS BRUP

. . . 3-105 1-19 1-0 . . 1-3 . . 1-0 1-37 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-164 16-216

2 3 1 . 4 7 4 . 5 . . 1 1 . 1 2 1 . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 50

QBH

3 . 1 . 3 . 3 1 . 2 . . . . 3 5 4 . . 1 . . 3 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 24

|-FUMBLES-| RCV-YDS FF

. 1-11 . 1-0 1-0 2-0 . . . 1-0 1-0 1-70 . . 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-81 10-47

4 . 3 . . 1 . . 1 1 . . . . . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 15 12

BLKD KICK

SAF

. . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 2 3

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2

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PUNT RETURN AVG

Rouse,Robbie Turbin,Robert Creer,Lennon Turner,Kenny Rutley,Brandon Fajardo,Cody Smith,Michael McCarty,Princeton Lee,Hunter Iosefa,Joey

TEAM

CL

G

ATT

YDS

AVG

TD LONG YDS/G

FS USU TECH NMSU SJSU NEV USU UI TECH UH

JR JR SR JR SR FR SR SR FR FR

13 13 10 13 11 10 13 12 13 13

329 249 198 219 216 128 114 149 135 110

1549 1517 838 1074 903 694 870 705 650 548

4.7 6.1 4.2 4.9 4.2 5.4 7.6 4.7 4.8 5.0

13 19 9 10 12 11 9 3 5 7

65 119.2 80 116.7 53 83.8 78 82.6 66 82.1 56 69.4 77 66.9 82 58.8 48 50.0 39 42.2

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Coleman,Donyae 2. Frey,Isaiah 3. Orth,James Giles,Quinn 5. Dudley,Jay Wooten,Khalid 7. Thompson,Peyton 8. Ashley,Quin Clark,Dave Brown,Aaron

TEAM

CL

G

INT

YDS

TD

LONG

INT/G

NMSU NEV SJSU TECH TECH NEV SJSU UI TECH UH

SR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR JR SR

12 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 12 12

6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3

14 34 50 0 94 31 8 105 26 17

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

15 18 25 0 53 22 5 78 25 17

0.50 0.38 0.33 0.33 0.31 0.31 0.27 0.25 0.25 0.25

PASSING AVG/GAME TEAM

110

1. Faulkner,Matt 2. Moniz,Bryant 3. Carr,Derek 4. Reader,Brian 5. Fajardo,Cody 6. Isham,Nick 7. Lantrip,Tyler 8. Keeton,Chuckie 9. Austin,Shane 10. Magleby,Mason

CL

SJSU SR UH JR FS SO UI SR NEV FR TECH FR NEV SR USU FR UH SR NEV SO

G

ATT

CMP INT

PCT.

YDS

TD

AVG/G

11 10 13 11 10 10 11 11 13 13

422 397 446 354 218 257 179 174 88 11

274 248 279 192 150 155 110 106 47 10

64.9 62.5 62.6 54.2 68.8 60.3 61.5 60.9 53.4 90.9

3149 2733 3544 1974 1707 1457 1553 1200 500 109

13 22 26 10 6 8 10 11 2 4

286.3 273.3 272.6 179.5 170.7 145.7 141.2 109.1 38.5 8.4

13 5 9 12 6 7 6 2 3 0

PASS EFFICIENCY TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Lantrip,Tyler Carr,Derek Fajardo,Cody Keeton,Chuckie Moniz,Bryant Faulkner,Matt Isham,Nick Reader,Brian

CL

NEV SR FS SO NEV FR USU FR UH JR SJSU SR TECH FR UI SR

G

ATT

CMP

11 13 10 11 10 11 10 11

179 446 218 174 397 422 257 354

110 6 61.5 1553 279 9 62.6 3544 150 6 68.8 1707 106 2 60.9 1200 248 5 62.5 2733 274 13 64.9 3149 155 7 60.3 1457 192 12 54.2 1974

INT

PCT.

YDS

TD

EFF.

10 26 6 11 22 13 8 10

146.1 144.5 138.2 137.4 136.1 131.6 112.8 103.6

TOTAL OFFENSE TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Moniz,Bryant Faulkner,Matt Carr,Derek Fajardo,Cody Reader,Brian Lantrip,Tyler Isham,Nick Keeton,Chuckie Rouse,Robbie Turbin,Robert

CL

UH JR SJSU SR FS SO NEV FR UI SR NEV SR TECH FR USU FR FS JR USU JR

G

RUSH

PASS

PLAYS

TOTAL

YDS/G

10 11 13 10 11 11 10 11 13 13

293 -77 72 694 -18 197 -19 293 1549 1517

2733 3149 3544 1707 1974 1553 1457 1200 0 0

478 454 503 346 402 238 306 242 329 249

3026 3072 3616 2401 1956 1750 1438 1493 1549 1517

302.6 279.3 278.2 240.1 177.8 159.1 143.8 135.7 119.2 116.7

1. 2. 3.

Wylie,Devon Matthews,Rishard Harding,Scott

TEAM

CL

G

RET

YDS

TD

LONG

AVG

FS NEV UH

SR SR FR

13 12 12

29 23 19

446 307 141

2 1 0

79 86 24

15.4 13.3 7.4

LONG AVG/C

REC/G

RECEPTIONS/GAME TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CL

Matthews,Rishard NEV SR Grigsby,Noel SJSU SO Ostrowski,Jeremiah UH JR Patton,Quinton TECH JR Stutzmann,Billy Ray UH SO Pollard,Royce UH SR Jones,Chandler SJSU SO Scott,Mike UI JR Rogers,Taveon NMSUSR Otten,Ryan SJSU JR

G

REC

YDS

TD

12 12 10 13 13 12 12 11 12 11

91 89 65 79 78 71 61 55 59 52

1364 886 687 1202 910 1011 566 691 1048 739

8 2 5 11 4 8 2 2 9 5

90 60 32 90 69 53 37 51 46 64

15.0 10.0 10.6 15.2 11.7 14.2 9.3 12.6 17.8 14.2

7.58 7.42 6.50 6.08 6.00 5.92 5.08 5.00 4.92 4.73

KICK RETURN AVG 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rogers,Taveon Edwards,Mike Jacobs,Chuck Ervin, Tyler McCarty,Princeton Liggins,Levander Williams,Kerwynn Rutley,Brandon Veltung,Justin Burse,Isaiah

TEAM

CL

G

RET

YDS

TD

LONG

AVG

NMSU UH USU SJSU UI TECH USU SJSU UI FS

SR SO JR FR SR FR JR SR JR SO

12 13 13 12 12 12 13 11 10 13

51 44 18 28 19 18 36 15 23 74

1318 1086 441 672 434 409 817 323 494 1580

3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

100 58 45 95 95 40 54 36 42 47

25.8 24.7 24.5 24.0 22.8 22.7 22.7 21.5 21.5 21.4

LONG AVG/C

YDS/G

RECEIVE YDS/GAME TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Matthews,Rishard Patton,Quinton Rogers,Taveon Pollard,Royce Saunders,Jalen Grigsby,Noel Stutzmann,Billy Ray Ostrowski,Jeremiah Otten,Ryan Scott,Mike

CL

NEV SR TECH JR NMSU SR UH SR FS SO SJSU SO UH SO UH JR SJSU JR UI JR

G

REC

12 13 12 12 13 12 13 10 11 11

91 79 59 71 50 89 78 65 52 55

YDS

TD

1364 8 1202 11 1048 9 1011 8 1065 12 886 2 910 4 687 5 739 5 691 2

90 90 46 53 88 60 69 32 64 51

15.0 113.7 15.2 92.5 17.8 87.3 14.2 84.2 21.3 81.9 10.0 73.8 11.7 70.0 10.6 68.7 14.2 67.2 12.6 62.8

PUNTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Cowan,Bobby Allen,Ryan Bennett,Tyler Waid,Harrison Hurst,Jake Shapiro,Andrew Dunnachie,Alex Capraro,Jake

TEAM

CL

G

PUNT

YDS

LONG

AVG

UI TECH USU SJSU NEV FS UH NMSU

JR JR JR SO SR JR JR SO

12 13 13 12 12 13 13 13

88 83 58 52 57 66 56 74

4084 3828 2542 2225 2364 2621 2221 2909

76 72 67 72 62 54 62 53

46.4 46.1 43.8 42.8 41.5 39.7 39.7 39.3

ALL PURPOSE TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CL

Rogers,Taveon NMSUSR Burse,Isaiah FS SO Rutley,Brandon SJSU SR Matthews,Rishard NEV SR Rouse,Robbie FS JR Turbin,Robert USU JR Turner,Kenny NMSU JR Williams,Kerwynn USU JR Patton,Quinton TECH JR McCarty,Princeton UI SR

G

RUSH

RCV

PR

KR

12 -10 1048 0 1318 13 0 436 0 1580 11 903 336 21 323 12 -1 1364 307 0 13 1549 228 0 0 13 1517 171 0 0 13 1074 514 0 16 13 542 63 98 817 13 42 1202 27 98 12 705 109 0 434

YDS

AVG/G

2356 2016 1583 1670 1777 1688 1604 1520 1369 1248

196.3 155.1 143.9 139.2 136.7 129.8 123.4 116.9 105.3 104.0

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TACKLES (All positions) TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Turbin,Robert Alvernik,Jens Nelson,Matt Fajardo,Cody Rutley,Brandon Rouse,Robbie Saunders,Jalen Turner,Kenny Rogers,Taveon Creer,Lennon

CL

USU JR SJSU SR TECH JR NEV FR SJSU SR FS JR FS SO NMSU JR NMSU SR TECH SR

G

TD

XPT

FG

2XP

PTS

PTS/G

13 9 13 10 11 13 13 13 12 10

23 0 0 11 12 14 14 13 12 10

0 26 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 18 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

138 80 91 66 72 84 84 82 72 60

10.6 8.9 7.0 6.6 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.3 6.0 6.0

FIELD GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Alvernik,Jens Nelson,Matt Farquhar,Trey Goessling,Kevin Stampler,Tyler Thompson,Josh Chun,Kenton Hadden,Tyler Hurst,Jake Waid,Harrison

TEAM

CL

G

FG

FGA

PCT.

FG/G

SJSU TECH UI FS NMSU USU UH UH NEV SJSU

SR JR JR SR JR SO SR FR SR SO

9 13 12 13 13 13 10 13 12 12

18 15 10 10 7 6 4 5 3 2

25 21 15 17 12 10 4 10 4 5

72.0 71.4 66.7 58.8 58.3 60.0 100.0 50.0 75.0 40.0

2.00 1.15 0.83 0.77 0.54 0.46 0.40 0.38 0.25 0.17

FIELD GOAL PCT 1. 2. 3. 4.

Alvernik,Jens Nelson,Matt Farquhar,Trey Goessling,Kevin

TEAM

CL

G

FG

FGA

LONG

PCT.

SJSU TECH UI FS

SR JR JR SR

9 13 12 13

18 15 10 10

25 21 15 17

44 47 55 48

72.0 71.4 66.7 58.8

PAT KICKING PCT 1. Goessling,Kevin Alvernik,Jens 3. Thompson,Josh 4. Nelson,Matt Farquhar,Trey 6. Chun,Kenton 7. Stampler,Tyler

TEAM

CL

G

MADE

ATT

PCT.

FS SJSU USU TECH UI UH NMSU

SR SR SO JR JR SR JR

13 9 13 13 12 10 13

47 26 57 46 23 26 34

47 26 58 48 24 29 38

100.0 100.0 98.3 95.8 95.8 89.7 89.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

33. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

SACKS TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Johnson,Travis Roy,Brett Laurel,Art Lacey,Christian Broha,Matt Niumatalolo,David Harrell,Logan Koskan,Levi Burnett,Kaelin Brown,Aaron

CL

SJSU JR NEV SR UH SO TECH SR TECH SR NMSU SR FS SR USU SR NEV SR UH SR

G

12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 12

POS SOLO AST

YDS

TOTAL AVG/G

DE DL LB DL DL DL DL DE DE LB

49 36 61 47 49 26 63 47 22 46

9.5 10.0 9.0 8.5 7.5 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.0 4.5

POS SOLO AST

YDS

TOTAL AVG/G

DL DL DE LB LB LB DL LB LB DL

57 100 69 80 61 49 39 41 37 57

18.5 17.0 15.5 14.5 13.0 13.0 12.5 11.5 10.5 11.0

9 10 9 8 5 6 5 5 5 4

1 0 0 1 5 1 2 1 0 1

0.79 0.77 0.69 0.65 0.58 0.50 0.46 0.46 0.38 0.38

TEAM

Roy,Brett Harrell,Logan Johnson,Travis Laurel,Art Brown,Aaron Cole,Adrien Niumatalolo,David Wagner,Bobby Toomer,Korey Lacey,Christian

TEAM

CL

G

POS

Wagner,Bobby Coleman,Donyae Cole,Adrien Robinson,Tre`Shawn Walker,Gary Smith,Keith Brown,Aaron Paredes,Corey Dudley,Jay Marshall,Brandon Scheidt,Conrad Johnson,J.M. Gallagher,Kyle Bradley,Ben Johnson,Jamel Ihenacho,Duke Brady,McKade Brown,Travis Aoelua,Boyblue Ashley,Quin Orth,James Niumatalolo,David Dennis,Terrance Williams,Duke Johnson,Travis Festejo,Pompey Boyd,Chad Viney,Courtney Toomer,Korey Hardy-Tuliau,John Lawson,Nevin Wooten,Khalid Harrell,Logan Bonilla,Bryan Tuipulotu,Tiuke Green,Jonte Roy,Brett Knox,Kyle Carter,Terry Laurel,Art Thompson,Peyton Torres,Richard Grymes,Aaron Johnson,Marlon Jones,L.J. Buhagiar,Vince Fils,Pierre Burnett,Kaelin Mauga,Homer Falemalu,Paipai

USU NMSU TECH UI UI SJSU UH UH TECH NEV UI NEV USU NMSU TECH SJSU USU FS NMSU UI SJSU NMSU FS NEV SJSU SJSU TECH NMSU UI UH USU NEV FS NMSU SJSU NMSU NEV FS TECH UH SJSU UH UI NEV FS SJSU NMSU NEV UI UH

SR SR SR SR JR SO SR SR SR SR JR SR SR SR JR SR JR JR SR SR JR SR JR JR JR SR JR SR SR SO SO JR SR SO SR SR SR SR SR SO SR JR JR JR SO SO SR SR SR JR

13 12 13 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 11 13 13 13 12 12 13 11 13 12 12 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 11 13 13 11 13 12 12 13 12 13 13 12 13

LB DB LB LB S LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB DB DB S CB LB LB S S DL DB DB DE LB DB DB LB CB CB DB DL LB LB DB DL LB DB LB CB S CB DB DB LB DL DE LB DL

SOLO AST TOTAL AVG/G SACK

67 70 79 59 67 50 70 58 55 49 42 54 45 50 54 40 41 57 26 42 44 31 42 58 36 28 40 54 38 58 56 65 40 23 35 50 37 33 41 44 34 46 42 34 44 22 24 20 25 26

80 63 49 58 42 54 33 49 47 53 51 46 55 44 34 33 45 28 59 36 34 53 29 25 37 44 36 21 30 15 17 8 31 48 30 20 29 22 20 17 17 14 13 20 12 28 30 31 22 24

147 133 128 117 109 104 103 107 102 102 93 100 100 94 88 73 86 85 85 78 78 84 71 83 73 72 76 75 68 73 73 73 71 71 65 70 66 55 61 61 51 60 55 54 56 50 54 51 47 50

11.3 11.1 9.8 9.8 9.1 8.7 8.6 8.2 7.8 7.8 7.8 7.7 7.7 7.2 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.4 6.1 6.0 5.8 5.8 5.7 5.6 5.6 5.6 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.1 5.0 4.7 4.7 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.5 4.3 4.2 4.2 3.9 3.9 3.8

4.0 0.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 4.5 0.5 0.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 6.5 0.0 0.0 9.5 1.0 0.0 0.0 4.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 6.0 0.5 1.0 0.0 10.0 1.0 0.0 9.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 3.0 5.0 1.0 4.5

FUMBLES FORCED

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

PLAYER

CL

NEV SR FS SR SJSU JR UH SO UH SR TECH SR NMSU SR USU SR UI SR TECH SR

G

13 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 12 13

16 15 12 14 12 11 10 9 9 10

5 4 7 1 2 4 5 5 3 2

1.42 1.31 1.29 1.12 1.08 1.00 0.96 0.88 0.88 0.85

1. 2.

5.

Robinson,Tre`Shawn Smith,Keith Coleman,Donyae Scheidt,Conrad Hardy-Tuliau,John Laurel,Art Paredes,Corey Harrell,Logan Clay,Charles Wooten,Khalid

TEAM

CL

G

NUM

AVG/G

UI SJSU NMSU UI UH UH UH FS UH NEV

SR SO SR JR SO SO SR SR SO JR

12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13

4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

0.33 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23

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RUSHING DEFENSE

1.

Coleman,Donyae Brown,Aaron 3. Crowe,Javontay 4. Ihenacho,Duke 5. Raciti,Travis Goodman,Justin Buhagiar,Vince Grymes,Aaron Marah,Mohamed 10. Niumatalolo,David

TEAM

CL

G

NUM

AVG/G

NMSU UH TECH SJSU SJSU TECH SJSU UI SJSU NMSU

SR SR JR SR FR SR SO JR SR SR

12 12 10 11 12 12 12 12 12 13

3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

0.25 0.25 0.20 0.18 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.15

PASSES DEFENDED 1. 2.

Frey,Isaiah Green,Jonte Jones,L.J. 4. Coleman,Donyae 5. Hardy-Tuliau,John 6. Hopkins,Tank 7. Carter,Terry Robertson,Jumanne Edwards,Mike 10. Lawson,Nevin

TEAM

CL

G

BRUP

INT

TOTAL

AVG/G

NEV NMSU FS NMSU UH UH TECH USU UH USU

SR SR SO SR SO SR SR JR SO SO

13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13

16 14 13 7 11 12 11 12 11 10

5 2 3 6 3 1 1 0 1 1

21 16 16 13 14 13 12 12 12 11

1.62 1.23 1.23 1.08 1.08 1.00 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.85

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Utah State Nevada Hawai’i Louisiana Tech Fresno State New Mexico State San Jose State Idaho

G

TD

XP

13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

60 53 56 50 49 43 33 30

57 50 44 46 47 34 30 23

2XP DXP

0 1 1 0 0 3 1 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

FG

SAF

PTS

AVG

6 14 9 15 10 7 20 10

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

437 412 409 391 371 319 294 243

33.6 31.7 31.5 30.1 28.5 24.5 24.5 20.2

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Utah State Nevada Louisiana Tech Fresno State New Mexico State Idaho San Jose State Hawai’i

G

ATT

YDS

AVG

TD

YDS/G

13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13

623 628 509 439 446 391 363 301

3675 3218 1901 1810 1625 1359 1222 1240

5.9 5.1 3.7 4.1 3.6 3.5 3.4 4.1

37 29 21 18 16 12 17 22

282.7 247.5 146.2 139.2 125.0 113.2 101.8 95.4

SCORING DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Louisiana Tech Nevada Utah State Hawai’i San Jose State Idaho Fresno State New Mexico State

G

TD

XP

2XP

DXP

FG

SAF

PTS

AVG

13 13 13 13 12 12 13 13

37 44 45 50 46 51 60 65

31 38 41 43 43 50 49 59

2 2 2 1 1 0 3 0

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

14 7 16 9 13 13 14 9

1 0 0 1 2 2 0 1

301 327 363 378 364 399 457 478

23.2 25.2 27.9 29.1 30.3 33.2 35.2 36.8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Boise State Nevada Hawaii Fresno State Louisiana Tech Utah State Idaho San Jose State New Mexico State

G

RUSHES

13 14 14 13 12 12 13 13 12

461 428 524 450 479 438 493 521 427

YARDS

AVG.

TD

YDS/G

2.9 3.9 3.6 4.6 4.3 4.9 5.0 5.1 5.8

12 18 20 26 17 30 18 36 32

103.8 120.3 135.9 158.5 171.9 179.2 188.9 203.2 207.1

1349 1684 1902 2060 2063 2151 2456 2641 2485

PASS OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Hawai’i San Jose State New Mexico State Fresno State Nevada Louisiana Tech Idaho Utah State

G

ATT

CMP

INT

PCT.

YDS

AVG

TD

YDS/G

13 12 13 13 13 13 12 13

598 479 451 448 409 478 419 290

359 297 249 279 270 278 221 186

10 15 14 10 12 11 16 6

60.0 62.0 55.2 62.3 66.0 58.2 52.7 64.1

4014 3322 3550 3544 3369 3229 2259 2270

6.7 6.9 7.9 7.9 8.2 6.8 5.4 7.8

29 13 24 26 20 21 11 23

308.8 276.8 273.1 272.6 259.2 248.4 188.2 174.6

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Nevada Utah State Fresno State Hawai’i New Mexico State Louisiana Tech San Jose State Idaho

G

RUSH

13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

3218 3675 1810 1240 1625 1901 1222 1359

PASS

PLAYS

YARDS

3369 1037 6587 2270 913 5945 3544 887 5354 4014 899 5254 3550 897 5175 3229 987 5130 3322 842 4544 2259 810 3618

AVG/P

6.4 6.5 6.0 5.8 5.8 5.2 5.4 4.5

TD

49 60 44 51 40 42 30 23

YDS/G

506.7 457.3 411.8 404.2 398.1 394.6 378.7 301.5

PASS DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

San Jose State Nevada Utah State New Mexico State Hawai’i Louisiana Tech Fresno State Idaho

G

ATT

CMP

INT

PCT.

YDS

AVG

TD

YDS/G

12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12

340 441 474 436 424 509 438 440

210 213 287 260 247 298 243 283

13 15 4 10 14 21 5 9

61.8 48.3 60.5 59.6 58.3 58.5 55.5 64.3

2656 2884 3100 3164 3184 3238 3500 3339

7.8 6.5 6.5 7.3 7.5 6.4 8.0 7.6

19 25 17 26 28 21 21 28

221.3 221.8 238.5 243.4 244.9 249.1 269.2 278.2

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Utah State Nevada Louisiana Tech Hawai’i San Jose State Fresno State Idaho New Mexico State

G

RUSH

PASS

PLYS

YARDS

AVG

TD

YDS/G

13 13 13 13 12 13 12 13

1661 1916 1656 1852 2452 2166 1903 2844

3100 2884 3238 3184 2656 3500 3339 3164

954 866 994 899 842 889 895 964

4761 4800 4894 5036 5108 5666 5242 6008

5.0 5.5 4.9 5.6 6.1 6.4 5.9 6.2

39 40 32 47 45 55 46 59

366.2 369.2 376.5 387.4 425.7 435.8 436.8 462.2

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Hawai’i New Mexico State Utah State Louisiana Tech San Jose State Nevada Fresno State Idaho

G

RET

YDS

TD

AVG

13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

60 71 60 52 62 56 80 65

1434 1664 1368 1176 1352 1170 1643 1312

0 3 0 1 1 0 0 1

23.9 23.4 22.8 22.6 21.8 20.9 20.5 20.2

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OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT

Fresno State Idaho Nevada Louisiana Tech Hawai’i San Jose State Utah State New Mexico State

G

RET

YDS

TD

AVG

13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13

30 17 26 28 26 8 16 10

466 255 307 269 227 63 125 56

2 3 1 1 2 0 0 0

15.5 15.0 11.8 9.6 8.7 7.9 7.8 5.6

PUNTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Idaho Louisiana Tech Hawai’i Utah State San Jose State Nevada Fresno State New Mexico State

NO.

YARDS

AVG/P

PR

AVG

TBG

NET/P

12 13 13 13 12 13 13 13

88 85 57 59 52 57 66 76

4099 3908 2236 2578 2225 2364 2654 2951

46.6 46.0 39.2 43.7 42.8 41.5 40.2 38.8

310 358 30 204 170 229 188 406

3.5 4.2 0.5 3.5 3.3 4.0 2.8 5.3

10 7 1 6 5 4 5 3

40.8 40.1 38.4 38.2 37.6 36.1 35.8 32.7

ATT

CMP

PCT

INT

YDS

TD

EFFIC

1.

13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

290 409 448 451 598 478 479 419

186 270 279 249 359 278 297 221

64.1 66.0 62.3 55.2 60.0 58.2 62.0 52.7

6 12 10 14 10 11 15 16

2270 3369 3544 3550 4014 3229 3322 2259

23 20 26 24 29 21 13 11

151.9 145.5 143.4 132.7 129.1 124.8 123.0 99.1

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

LOST INT TOT

MAR

PER/G

11 15 12 10 14 16 6 10

20 32 25 26 25 26 24 23

+11 +1 +0 -2 -3 -7 -9 -14

0.85 0.08 0.00 -0.15 -0.23 -0.58 -0.69 -1.08

FUM

13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13

GAINED INT TOT

10 20 10 10 12 10 11 4

21 13 15 14 10 9 4 5

FUM

31 33 25 24 22 19 15 9

9 17 13 16 11 10 18 13

G

ATT

CMP

PCT

INT

YDS

TD

EFFIC

13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

441 509 474 436 438 424 340 440

213 298 287 260 243 247 210 283

15 21 4 10 5 14 13 9

48.3 58.5 60.5 59.6 55.5 58.3 61.8 64.3

2884 3238 3100 3164 3500 3184 2656 3339

25 21 17 26 21 28 19 28

115.1 117.3 125.6 135.7 136.1 136.5 138.2 145.0

Utah State Nevada Hawai’i New Mexico State San Jose State Fresno State Louisiana Tech Idaho

PCT

211 195 188 175 181 169 196 175

32.2 35.4 36.2 37.7 38.7 43.2 43.4 45.7

Hawai’i Louisiana Tech Utah State Nevada Fresno State New Mexico State Idaho San Jose State

San Jose State Nevada Utah State Fresno State Louisiana Tech Idaho New Mexico State Hawai’i

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

San Jose State Hawai’i New Mexico State Nevada Idaho Utah State Louisiana Tech Fresno State

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Louisiana Tech Nevada San Jose State Idaho Hawai’i Fresno State New Mexico State Utah State

G

CONV

ATT

PCT

13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

90 88 79 76 69 67 79 54

186 192 176 192 175 179 216 185

48.4 45.8 44.9 39.6 39.4 37.4 36.6 29.2

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Hawai’i Fresno State Nevada Idaho Louisiana Tech Utah State San Jose State New Mexico State

I N

G

SACKS

13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12

35 32 25 24 22 18 17 16

G

SACKS

YARDS

R E V I E W

12 13 13 13 13 12 13 13

17 17 18 20 25 28 36 41

129 98 92 123 172 162 227 258

113

YARDS

250 206 191 119 158 85 115 84

G

NO

YDS

AVG/G

12 13 13 13 12 13 13 13

40 79 90 90 76 82 89 88

378 597 681 735 714 783 796 809

31.5 45.9 52.4 56.5 59.5 60.2 61.2 62.2

G

MADE

ATT

PCT

13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13

15 14 20 10 9 10 7 6

21 20 30 15 14 17 12 11

.714 .700 .667 .667 .643 .588 .583 .545

OPPONENT PENALTIES

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

ATT

68 69 68 66 70 73 85 80

FIELD GOALS

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY Nevada Louisiana Tech Utah State New Mexico State Fresno State Hawai’i San Jose State Idaho

CONV

PENALTIES G

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

G

13 13 13 12 13 12 13 13

SACKS AGAINST

Utah State Nevada Fresno State New Mexico State Hawai’i Louisiana Tech San Jose State Idaho

Louisiana Tech San Jose State Nevada Hawai’i New Mexico State Idaho Utah State Fresno State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

G

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Louisiana Tech Utah State Nevada Idaho Hawai’i San Jose State Fresno State New Mexico State

SACKS BY G

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

2 0 1 1

G

No

Yds

Avg/G

13 13 13 12 13 13 12 13

81 74 85 74 78 77 58 58

736 700 687 633 655 652 519 512

56.6 53.8 52.8 52.8 50.4 50.2 43.2 39.4

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RED ZONE OFFENSE

Fresno State San Jose State Utah State Nevada Louisiana Tech Idaho New Mexico State Hawai’i

G

MADE

ATT

PCT

13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13

47 30 57 50 46 23 34 44

47 30 58 51 48 24 38 51

1.000 1.000 .983 .980 .958 .958 .895 .863

G

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Fresno State Utah State Louisiana Tech Hawai’i San Jose State Nevada New Mexico State Idaho

REDZONE

PCT.

TDS

R/P

FG-AT

FUMB/INT/ DOWNS/ OTHER

33-38 39-45 43-50 46-56 35-43 46-58 28-37 24-33

86.8 86.7 86.0 82.1 81.4 79.3 75.7 72.7

27 35 32 38 19 34 22 19

15/12 24/11 19/13 20/18 13/6 22/12 13/9 11/8

6-8 4-7 11-14 8-12 16-20 12-16 6-9 5-6

1/0/2/0 0/0/3/0 0/2/1/1 1/0/2/3 1/2/0/1 2/1/2/3 1/1/4/0 0/5/3/0

R/P

FG-AT

FUMB/INT/ DOWNS/

10/15 29/18 15/15 19/10 21/9 16/14 23/9 10/11

5-7 6-10 8-12 10-13 12-14 9-11 9-11 9-11

1/4/3/1 2/2/4/1 0/2/2/1 1/0/4/1 2/2/2/0 1/1/0/3 0/0/1/3 0/0/0/0

13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Hawai’i Louisiana Tech Idaho Fresno State Utah State Nevada New Mexico State San Jose State

G

CONV

ATT

PCT

13 13 12 13 13 13 13 12

12 10 9 10 10 11 7 3

19 17 16 18 18 22 17 10

63.2 58.8 56.2 55.6 55.6 50.0 41.2 30.0

G

TOTAL TIME

AVG/G

13 13 13 12 13 13 12 13

448:51 416:59 387:32 353:17 378:01 371:27 340:35 368:50

34:31 32:04 29:48 29:26 29:04 28:34 28:22 28:22

G

CONV

ATT

PCT

13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

10 11 9 11 8 10 9 10

21 22 18 22 15 18 16 17

47.6 50.0 50.0 50.0 53.3 55.6 56.2 58.8

TIME OF POSSESSION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Nevada Fresno State Hawai’i San Jose State New Mexico State Utah State Idaho Louisiana Tech

RED ZONE DEFENSE G

OTHER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

5. 6. 7. 8.

New Mexico State Louisiana Tech Utah State Nevada Idaho Fresno State Hawai’i San Jose State

San Jose State Louisiana Tech Fresno State Utah State Hawai’i Idaho Nevada New Mexico State

13 13 13 12 13 12 13 13

30-41 53-66 38-47 39-48 42-50 39-46 41-47 30-32

73.2 80.3 80.9 81.2 84.0 84.8 87.2 93.8

25 47 30 29 30 30 32 21

G

1.

KICKOFF COVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Nevada New Mexico State Hawai’i San Jose State Utah State Idaho Fresno State Louisiana Tech

ON-SIDE KICK SUCCESS

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT 1. 2.

REDZONEPERCENT TDS

G

NO.

YDS

AVG

RETN

TB

NETAVG

12 13 13 13 13 12 13 13

65 77 70 74 76 49 80 62

4149 4673 4521 4872 4295 3240 4885 3675

63.8 60.7 64.6 65.8 56.5 66.1 61.1 59.3

1191 8 1190 10 1496 3 1593 9 1244 2 1283 2 1804 1 1340 0

43.0 42.6 42.4 41.9 39.6 39.1 38.3 37.7

Fresno State Hawai’i New Mexico State San Jose State Idaho Utah State Louisiana Tech Nevada

13 13 13 12 12 13 13 13

ONSIDE PERCENT

0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

ON-SIDE KICK ALLOWED G

1.

8.

New Mexico State Hawai’i Louisiana Tech Idaho Nevada San Jose State Fresno State Utah State

13 13 13 12 13 12 13 13

ONSIDE PERCENT

0-3 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0

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Chris Tormey led the Vandals to their first bowl victory when Idaho defeated Southern Mississippi in the 1998 Humanitarian Bowl, and Robb Akey guided the Vandals to their second with a victory over Bowling Green State in the 2009 Humanitarian Bowl.

NAME

RECORD

YEARS

SEASONS

PCT.

Keith Gilbertson John L. Smith Dennis Erickson Chris Tormey Thomas Kelley F.D. Herbold J.G. Griffith Robert Matthews J.R. Middleton Don Robbins Steve Musseau John S. Grogan Charles F. Erb Leo B. Calland Ralph Hutchinson Dee Andros

28-9-0 53-21-0 36-23-0 33-23-0 8-5-1 4-2-1 28-22-2 16-14-2 6-3-3 20-24-0 13-17-0 3-4-0 10-10-4 20-30-0 2-3-0 11-16-1

1986-88 1989-94 1982-85, 2006 1995-99 1920-21 1900-01 1902-06, 1910-14 1922-25 1907-08 1970-73 1965-67 1909 1926-28 1929-34 1919 1962-64

3 6 5 5 2 2 10 4 2 4 3 1 3 6 1 3

.757 .716 .610 .589 .571 .571 .538 .500 .500 .455 .433 .429 .417 .400 .400 .393

NAME

RECORD

YEARS

SEASONS

PCT.

W.C. Bleasmaster Dixie Howell Francis Schmidt Ed Troxel Y.C. McNease Jerry Davitch Ted Bank Robb Akey Skip Stahley Babe Curfman Tom Cable Nick Holt C.M. Rademacher J.A. Brown G.E. Higgins Morse

5-8-0 13-20-1 7-12-0 16-25-3 7-13-0 15-29-0 18-32-4 19-43 22-51-2 7-19-1 11-35-0 5-18-0 1-4-1 2-15-0 0-5-0 0-4-0

1916-17 1947-50 1941-42 1974-77 1968-69 1978-81 1935-40 20071954-61 1951-53 2000-03 2004-05 1915 1945-46 1894-95, 1897-98 1899

2 4 2 4 2 4 6 5 8 3 4 2 1 2 4 1

.385 .371 .368 .364 .350 .341 .333 .306 .293 .259 .239 .217 .167 .117 .000 .000

Keith Gilbertson has the highest winning percentage all-time at Idaho, while John L. Smith accumulated the most victories as a Vandal coach.

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Skip Stahley coached this 1957 team that included Vandal Hall of Famers Jerry Kramer, Wayne Walker and Larry Aldrich. YEAR COACH

1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

G.E. Higgins G.E. Higgins No Team G.E. Higgins G.E. Higgins Morse F.D. Herbold F.D. Herbold J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J. R. Middleton J. R. Middleton John S. Grogan J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith C.M. Rademacher W.C. Bleasmaster W.C. Bleasmaster No Team Ralph Hutchinson Thomas Kelley Thomas Kelley Robert Mathews Robert Mathews Robert Mathews Robert Mathews Charles F. Erb Charles F. Erb Charles F. Erb Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Ted Bank Ted Bank Ted Bank Ted Bank

OVERALL LL L

CONF.

FIN.

0-2-00 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-4-0 1-0-0 3-2-1 1-3-1 3-1-0 2-1-0 5-0-0 2-4-0 4-1-1 2-2-2 3-4-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 2-2-0 3-3-0 2-3-1 1-4-1 3-5-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 4-2-0 4-3-1 3-5-0 5-2-1 5-2-1 3-5-0 3-4-1 4-2-2 3-4-1 4-5-0 4-7-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 3-4-0 2-4-0 2-7-0 3-7-0 4-3-1 6-3-1

0-4-0 2-2-1 4-2-0 2-3-0 1-4-0 2-0-2 2-3-0 1-4-0 0-5-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 0-4-0 2-2-0 2-3-1

8th 3rd 4th 6th T6th 3rd T6th T7th 10th 8th T8th 9th 8th 9th 10th 5th 7th

YEAR COACH

1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Ted Bank Ted Bank Francis Schmidt Francis Schmidt no team no team J.A. Brown J.A. Brown Dixie Howell Dixie Howell Dixie Howell Dixie Howell Babe Curfman Babe Curfman Babe Curfman Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Skip Stahley Dee Andros Dee Andros Dee Andros Stephen Musseau Stephen Musseau Stephen Musseau Y.C. McNease Y.C. McNease Don Robbins Don Robbins Don Robbins Don Robbins Ed Troxel Ed Troxel Ed Troxel Ed Troxel Jerry Davitch Jerry Davitch Jerry Davitch Jerry Davitch

OVERALL

CONF.

FIN.

2-6-0 1-7-1 4-5-0 3-7-0

0-3-0 0-4-0 0-4-0 1-5-0

10th 10th 10th 9th

1-7-0 1-8-0 4-4-0 3-6-0 3-5-0 3-5-1 2-7-0 4-4-1 1-8-0 4-5-0 2-7-0 4-5-0 4-4-1 4-5-0 1-9-0 1-9-0 2-7-1 2-6-1 5-4-0 4-6-0 5-5-0 4-6-0 4-6-0 5-5-0 2-8-0 4-7-0 8-3-0 4-7-0 4-7-0 2-8-1 4-5-2 7-4-0 3-8-0 2-9-0 4-7-0 6-5-0 3-8-0

1-5-0 0-5-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 1-4-0 1-1-1 0-3-0 1-3-0 0-3-0 1-2-0 0-4-0 0-4-0 0-3-0 0-3-0

8th 10th 9th 9th 9th 5th 9th 8th 9th 7th 9th 9th 9th 9th

3-1-0 T1st 3-1-0 2nd 2-2-0 T2nd 3-1-0 T1st 1-3-0 4th 2-2-0 T3rd 4-1-0 1st 2-3-0 5th 3-2-0 2-2-1 3rd 2-2-2 T4th 5-1-0 2nd 2-4-0 T4th 2-4-0 T5th 2-5-0 T5th 4-3-0 T2nd 0-7-0 8th

YEAR COACH

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

D Dennis i Erickson Ei Dennis Erickson Dennis Erickson Dennis Erickson Keith Gilbertson Keith Gilbertson Keith Gilbertson John L. Smith John L. Smith John L. Smith John L. Smith John L. Smith John L. Smith Chris Tormey Chris Tormey Chris Tormey Chris Tormey Chris Tormey Tom Cable Tom Cable Tom Cable Tom Cable Nick Holt Nick Holt Dennis Erickson Robb Akey Robb Akey Robb Akey Robb Akey Robb Akey

OVERALL

CONF.

FIN.

9-4-0 8-3-0 6-5-0 9-3-0 8-4-0 9-3-0 11-2-0 9-3-0 9-4-0 6-5-0 9-3-0 11-3-0 9-3-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 9-3-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 1-10-0 2-10-0 3-9-0 3-9-0 2-9-0 4-8-0 1-11-0 2-10-0 8-5-0 6-7-0 2-10-0

5-2-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 6-1-0 5-2-0 7-1-0 7-1-0 8-0-0 6-2 4-4 6-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 3-2 2-3 4-1 4-2 3-2 1-5 1-5 3-4 2-5 2-6 3-5 0-8 1-7 4-4 3-5 1-6

T2nd T3rd T3rd 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 2nd T4th 1st 2nd 2nd T2nd T3rd T4th 1st 2nd 3rd 7th 7th T4th 5th T6th 6th 8th T8th 4th 6th 8th

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VANDAL N F L V A N D A L S Linebacker Korey Toomer was a fifth-round choice of the Seattle Seahawks. Four of his teammates – RB Princeton McCarty, defenisve tackle Mike Cosgrove and offensive linemen Tyrone Novikoff and Matt Cleveland, signed free agent deals. FINAL IDAHO SEASON ROUND PICK PLAYER

2011

118

2010

2009

5

5 5 7 1

19

13 29 35 17

154

144 160 238 17

2008

7

12

221

2007

7

45

252

2006

2005 2004

5

9

141

2003 2002

2001

2000 1997 1996

7

5 3 6

27

7 8 23

227

136 68 190

NAME

TEAM

Korey Toomer Seattle Princeton McCarty Carolina Tyrone Novikoff Dallas Michael Cosgrove Detroit Matt Cleveland Cleveland Shiloh Keo Texans Nathan Enderle Bears Daniel Hardy Buccaneers Mike Iupati 49ers Max Komar Cardinals De`Maundray Woolridge Rams Jeromy Jones Rams Eddie Williams Redskins T.J. Conley Jets David Vobora Rams Stanley Franks Chargers Brandon Ogletree Dolphins Rolly Lumbala Dolphins Luke Smith-Anderson Oilers Jade Tadvick Lions Keith Greer Saints D.J. Smith Panthers Cole Snyder Colts Jake Scott Colts Ryan Downes Cardinals Rod Bryant Jets Brian Howard Rams Tali Atoe Cardinals Jordan Kramer Chargers John Welsh Giants Chris Lacy Colts Wil Beck Redskins Brad Rice Giants Mike Roberg Panthers Rick DeMulling Colts Chris Nofoaiga 49ers Dennis Gibbs Lions Patrick Venzke Jaguars Mao Tosi Cardinals Ryan Phillips Giants Jim Mills Chargers Eddie Howard Lions Dwight McKinzie Chargers

POSITION

LB RB OL DL OL S QB TE OG WR RB S TE P LB CB LB TE TE OL FB WR LB T P DB DL DL LB QB WR DL LB TE OG LB DB OL DT DE T P WR

FINAL FIN NAL IDAHO SEASON ROUND PICK PLAYER

1995 1994 4 4

13 14

116 98

1990

6

1

138

1989

6 10

12 12

151 263

1986 1985 1984

12

18

323

10

14

266

1983 1982

7 7

9 24

177 191

11 6

26 15

305 153

4 13 10 13 16

3 20 6 5 10

87 367 240 317 400

6 10 17

16 7 12

146 241 428

1993 1992 1991

1988

1987

1980 1978 1977 1976 1974 1973 1972

NAME

TEAM

Sherriden May Mike Hollis Alan Allen Doug Nussmeier Jeff Robinson Kasey Dunn Charlie Oliver Kris McCall John Friesz Lee Allen Marvin Washington Mark Schlereth Richard Carey Ken Hobart Cal Loveall Pete Wilkins Brant Bengen Scott Linehan Tom Cable Eric Yarber Joe Smiley Kurt Vestman Shawn Jackson Brian Allen Sam Merriman Tom Coombs Jay Hayes Russell Davis Mark McNeal Joe Pellegrini John Yarno Craig Crnick Bob Van Duyne Randy Hall Ken Muhlbeier Steve Hunter Fred Riley Andy Kupp Ron Linehan Robert Williams

Jets Panthers Jets Saints Broncos Oilers Browns Chargers Chargers Chargers Jets Redskins Bengals Chargers Oilers Patriots Seahawks Cowboys Colts Redskins Colts Bears Tampa Bay Redskins Seahawks Jets Lions Bengals Seahawks Jets Seahawks Raiders Colts Colts Broncos Cowboys Falcons Saints Steelers Cowboys

POSITION

RB K WR QB DE WR DB DB QB WR DE G DB QB CB DE WR QB OL WR OL TE LB WR LB TE DE RB DE DL C DE G DB C CB WR G LB RB

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LS 2012 N F L V A N D A L S Ray McDonald was Idaho’s first first-round draft choice when he went to the Washington Redskins after the 1967 season. Mike Iupati, a consensus All-American, became the second when he was taken by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2010 draft. FINAL IDAHO SEASON ROUND PICK PLAYER

1971

1970

4 15 17

11 19 8

89 383 424

1969

1968 1967

1966

1965

1964

1 5 8 9

13 19 7 1

13 126 192 212

5 7 14 15

13 13 10 3

77 108 210 218

14

9

191

10 11 15

11 1 7

137 141 203

1963

1961

1960 1959

8

7 11 6

4

3 8 10

102

75 128 70

NAME

TEAM

Tim Reese Jesse Craig Steve Olson Jerry Hendren Bob Haney Mike Sizelove Jeff Guillory Ken Dotson Jim Pearsall Rob Young Darrell Danielson Ray McDonald Ron Porter John Foruria Tim Lavens Jerry Ahlin John Daniel Tom Stephens Dick Ardt Ray Miller LaVerle Pratt Joe Dobson Steve Burrato Max Leetzow Joe Chapman Charlie Jenkins Jim Moran Dennis Almquist Mike Mayne Bob Ames Chuck Fries Bob Dehlinger Mike Mosolf Reg Carolan Tony Anderson Theron Nelson Jim Norton Stan Fanning Jim Prestel

49ers Patriots Giants Broncos Lions Eagles Cowboys Eagles Vikings Steelers Bengals Redskins Colts Steelers Saints Cowboys Cowboys Steelers Rams Packers Cardinals Steelers Packers Vikings Vikings Steelers Giants 49ers Rams Packers NY Titans NY Titans Cowboys Rams Bears Broncos Lions Bears Browns

POSITION

DE DB QB WR T TE RB DB RB FB LB RB LB QB TE DE OL DE T DE LB T OL E DB LB T G E OL OL WR QB E OL RB WR T T

FINAL IDAHO FINAL IDAHO SEASON ROUND PICK PLAYER

1958

1957 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951

1950 1948 1947 1945 1943

1942 1939

4 4 11 16 18 11 15 18 29 26 9 16 21 28 5 28 27

2 8 6 2 11 8 9 12 12 2 8 8 7 8 8 8 3

39 45 127 183 216 129 178 217 349 303 105 191 250 335 61 360 248

29 20 26 30

11 6 1 4

307 186 241 284

8 12

7 6

67 106

4

7

34

1938

1936 1935 1933 1929 1926 1924

NAME

TEAM

Jerry Kramer Wayne Walker Larry Aldrich Wade Patterson Alvin Johnson Dick Foster Burdette Hess Norm Hayes Mel Bertrand Don Ringe Glen Christian Bill Fray King Block Jim Chadband Carl Kiilsgaard Jerry Diehl Ed Watkins Mill Miklich Delmer Owens Jim Evans Veto Berllus Irv Konopka Pete Hecomovich George Nixon Dick Trzuskowski Hal Roise Stan Pavkov Dean Green George Thiessen Theron Ward Willis Smith John Norby Sam Diehl John Vesser Ray Stephens Ted Bucklin Robert Fitzke

Packers Lions Steelers Cardinals Browns Redskins 49ers Lions Lions Cardinals 49ers Yanks Lions Yanks Cardinals Steelers Redskins Giants Yankees Packers Giants Lions Cardinals Dodgers Lions Bears Rams Eagles Rams Packers Giants Gunners Cardinals Cardinals Yankees Cardinals Yellow Jackets

POSITION

G C E E T T G T C T B T B B T B T LB DB E E T B WR T B OL RB RB B RB OL OL E OL FB RB

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#17 JOHN FRIESZ 1986-89

John Friesz became Idaho’s first inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame when he joined the 2006 class. A two-time First Team All-America selection, Friesz twice led the nation in passing and received the 1989 Walter Payton Award as Division I-AA’s National Player of the Year. With more than 10,000 career passing yards, he ranks among the Top 20 in Division I-AA history. A Big Sky Conference legend, Friesz was chosen conference Player of the Year and first team all-conference three times while leading the Vandals to three straight conference championships. An eight-time conference Player of the Week mention, he broke virtually every school singleseason and career passing record. Idaho’s Most Valuable Player Award is name in his honor. Drafted in the sixth round of the 1990 NFL Draft by Seattle, Friesz went on to enjoy a 10-year professional career. An active member in his community, he has hosted a golf tournament benefiting the American Diabetes Association. A member of Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Friesz also participates in numerous charity events for the Special Olympics.

#9 KEN HOBART

#64 JERRY KRAMER

“The Kamiah Kid,” a walkon who led the Vandals at quarterback from 1981-83, ranks second all-time in total offense with 11,126 yards, behind former Vandal Doug Nussmeier. When he finished his collegiate career, Hobart was only the second player in NCAA history to break the 10,000-yard mark. He was a unanimous first team All-Big Sky Conference selection in 1982, and was the Offensive Player of the Year. He was also a second team Division I-AA All-American pick. In 1983, Hobart was a first team AllAmerican selection and the University of Idaho’s Most Valuable Offensive Player. He set (at the time) 26 Idaho, 23 Big Sky, and 12 NCAA Division I-AA records. Hobart was selected to the Big Sky Conference Silver Anniversary Team. He was a co-basketball coach at his high school alma mater in Kamiah in 1985. The Ken Hobart Scholarship was the first in the University of Idaho Vandal Boosters Athletics Scholarship Endowment Program.

Kramer was an outstanding Vandal guard who played from 1954-57. He was a second-team All Pacific Coast Conference pick and a first-team All-American as a senior. He was chosen to represent the University of Idaho in the East-West Shrine, North-South and College All-Star games, and was a Helms Foundation All-Star. While at Idaho, Kramer was never injured and never missed a practice. He averaged 58 minutes playing time his junior and senior years. Kramer was drafted in the fourth round and enjoyed an illustrious career with the Green Bay Packers. He was a five-time All-NFL Team selection and competed on five World Championship teams. In 1969, Kramer was named Outstanding Guard in the History of Professional Football. He still is remembered for the monster hit he put on Dallas Cowboy Jethro Pugh to enable Bart Starr to score the winning touchdown in the Packers’ 1967 championship game victory over the Cowboys. He was chosen to the 50th Anniversary Senior Bowl All-Time team.

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Walker was a three-year starter at linebacker and center. As a senior, he was chosen to represent Idaho in the East-West Shrine Game and the Chicago All-Star game. He was voted the Most Valuable Defensive Player in the Shrine Game after recording 15 tackles, two interceptions and one blocked punt. He was honored by his teammates by being chosen team captain his senior year. Walker was drafted in the fourth round by the Detroit Lions, where he went on to enjoy a highly successful career at linebacker and placekicker. He was selected to the NFL All-Rookie Team his first year and later was honored with five Pro Bowl appearances. Walker twice was chosen the Idaho Male Athlete of the Year – in 1968 and 1971 – and is a member of the Idaho Sports Hall of Fame. After retiring from professional football, Walker went on to an Emmy-award winning career as a sports broadcaster for KPIX-TV in San Francisco. He spent 11 years as a color analyst for CBS sports and retired as the color commentator for the San Francisco 49ers.

Yarno is the only Vandal player to be chosen an AP First-Team All-American, an honor he received his senior season. He also received All-American recognition from UPI, The Sporting News and NEA News Service. Yarno represented Idaho in the EastWest Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl, and appeared on national television on Bob Hope’s Christmas Special with other first-team All-Americans. He was the 1976 Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Year (the first lineman ever to earn the honor and the only unanimous all-conference offense selection that year), and won similar honors as Idaho Offensive Player of the Year. Yarno was drafted by Seattle in 1977 and played center for the Seahawks from 1977-1982. He played in 72 games and started 64. Following his five years with the Seahawks, Yarno played for the Denver Gold of the USFL. Yarno was chosen the 1976 Idaho Male Athlete of the Year, the 1976 Amateur Athlete of the Year by the Greater Spokane Sports Association and to the Big Sky Conference Silver Anniversary team.

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Larry Aldrich Wayne Anderson Dee Andros Reg Carolan Russell Davis Jr. Rick DeMulling Kasey Dunn Laune Erickson Dick Foster Rich Fox John Friesz Abe Goff Leon Green Randy Hall Alan Head Jerry Hendren E.B. Hess Ken Hobart Mike Hollis Norm Iverson Craig Juntenen Carl Kiilsgaaard Flip Kleffner Sib Kleffner Ed Knecht Jerry Kramer Don Matthews (Class of 2010) Sherriden May Ray McDonald Sam Merriman Dick Mooney (Class of 2012) Yo Murphy Jim Norton Doug Nussmeier Ryan Phillips Jim Prestel Jeff Robinson Mark Schlereth Ken Schrom Willis Smith Joel Thomas Chris Tormey Wayne Walker Marvin Washington William Williams John Yarno 1998 Humanitarian Bowl Championship Team

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At right, Bobby Cowan earned first-team Football Writers’ Association of American honors for thr 2011 season. The FWAA honor is one he shares with 2009 consensus All-American Mike Iupati, who is shown visiting with Idaho’s first AllAmerican, Jerry Kramer, before the 2009 Humanitarian Bowl. 1957 1965 1966 1969 1976 1979

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Ken Hobart Quarterback Eric Yarber Receiver Tom Hennessey Linebacker John Friesz Quarterback John Friesz Quarterback Greg Hale Offensive tackle Brian Smith Defensive back Steve Unger Center Mark Schlereth Offensive guard Marvin Washington Defensive end John Friesz Quarterback

Lee Allen Steve Unger Todd Neu Kasey Dunn Mike Zeller Kasey Dunn Devon Pearce Charlie Oliver Jeff Robinson

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1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1992 1993

Kasey Dunn Wide receiver Jeff Robinson Defensive end Tom Sugg Punter Ela Ala’ilima-Daley Tight end Doug Nussmeier Quarterback Jody Schnug Offensive tackle Jeff Robinson Defensive end Yo Murphy Wide receiver Chris Schneider Offensive guard Jody Schnug Offensive tackle Doug Nussmeier Quarterback

1993 Mat Groshong 1993 Sherriden May 1993 Jody Schnug 1994 Sherriden May Jim Mills

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Kyle Gary Ryan Phillips Ryan Woolverton Duke Garrett Ryan Phillips

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Dave Longoria Dwight McKinzie Brandon Kania Stanley Franks T.J. Conley

Linebacker Wide receiver Defensive end Cornerback Punter

2009 Mike Iupati

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Jerry Hendren (left), one of the greatest receivers in Vandal football history, played in three all-star games after his senior season, while Korey Toomer (above) played in one following the 2011 season. Mao`o Tosi (right), who has garnered national attention for his work with under-privileged youth in his native Alaska, played in two.

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Defensive end Ryan Phillips was a three-time all-conference first-team selection, while Bobby Cowan earned his first first-team nod after his sophomore season.

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ALL-NORTHWEST CONFERENCE 1920 – HB, Robert “Gus” Irving 1921 – HB, Robert “Gus” Irving 1922 – QB, Howard “Beanie” Breshears 1924 – QB, Vernon “Skippy” Stivers ALL-PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE 1924 – End, John Vesser 1927 – Guard, Charles Diehl ALL-BIG SKY (FIRST TEAM) 1965 – OT Joe Dobson, C Steve Buratto, RB Ray McDonald, RB Tim Lavens, DL Tom Stephens, DL Dick Arndt, DL John Boisen, LB Ron Porter, LB Jerry Campbell, DB Bill Scott. 1966 – OG Steve Ulrich, C Bob Skuse, RB Ray McDonald, DL Tom Stephens, DL Dick Arndt, LB Ron Porter. 1967 – OT Jim Thiemens, C Ulrich, RB Jim Pearsall, DB Ken Dotson. 1968 – WR Jerry Hendren, RB Rob Young, LB Joe Tasby, DB Dotson. 1969 – WR Jerry Hendren, LB Roosevelt Owens, LB Ron Linehan. 1970 – WR Terry Moreland, RB Fred Riley, DL Tim Reese, LB Ron Linehan. 1971 – OG Andy Kupp, RB Fred Riley, DL Rick Simmons, DL Steve Barker, LB Rand Marquess, LB Ron Linehan. 1972 – OC Ken Muhlbeier, RB Bernie Rembert, LB Rand Marquess. 1973 – WR Bill Kashetta, DL Loyd Grimsrud, DB Randy Hall, DB Bucky Bruns. 1974 – TE Steve Duncanson, RB J.C. Chadband. 1975 – TE Steve Duncanson, QB Dave Comstock, RB Chadband, DB Bill Keilty.

1976 – OT Wil Overgaard, OG Clarance Hough, C John Yarno,RB Robert Brooks, DL Chris Tormey, LB Kjel Kiilsgaard. 1977 – DL Tim Sanford, P Ralph Lowe. 1979 – OT Kyle Riddell, C Larry Coombs, DL Mark McNeal, K Pete O’Brien. 1980 – OT Bruce Fery. 1982 – WR Vic Wallace, TE Kurt Vestman, QB Ken Hobart, LB Sam Merriman. 1983 – WR Brian Allen, QB Ken Hobart, DB Boyce Bailey. 1984 – WR Eric Yarber, C Matt Watson, DB Cal Loveall. 1985 – WR Eric Yarber, OT Mark Caldwell, DL John Andrews, LB Tom Hennessey, DB Mark Tidd. 1986 – LB Tom Hennessey. 1987 – OT Greg Hale, OG Todd Neu, QB John Friesz, DL Pete Wilkins, DB Ernest Sanders, DB Virgil Paulsen. 1988 – WR John Jake, OT Greg Hale, C Steve Unger, QB John Friesz, DB Brian Smith, DL Marvin Washington. 1989 – QB John Friesz, WR Lee Allen, C Steve Unger, OG Troy Wright, DL Mike Zeller, LB Roger Cecil, CB Charlie Oliver. 1990 – RB Devon Pearce, WR Kasey Dunn, DB Oliver, DE Jeff Robinson 1991 – WR Kasey Dunn, DE Jeff Robinson, P Tom Sugg 1992 – RB Sherriden May, WR Yo Murphy, QB Doug Nussmeier, DE Jeff Robinson, OT Jody Schnug. 1993 – RB Sherriden May, OT Jody Schnug. 1994 – RB Sherriden May, LB Duke Garrett, OT Jim Mills, PK Ryan Woolverton, WR Kyle Gary, DE Ryan Phillips 1995 – DE Ryan Phillips, LB Dave Longoria, WR Dwight McKinzie

ALL-BIG WEST (FIRST TEAM) 1996 – DE Ryan Phillips, WR Antonio Wilson, RB Joel Thomas, OL Steve Zenk, DE Barry Mitchell 1997 – WR Antonio Wilson, DT Tim Wilson, LB James Durrough, CB Arnold Gunn 1998 – RB Joel Thomas, OT Rick DeMulling, LB Ryan Skinner 1999 – OT Rick DeMulling, DT Mao Tosi, LB Chris Nofoaiga, SS Bryson Gardner 2000 – TB Willie Alderson, OG Rick DeMulling, TE Mike Roberg, NT Wil Beck ALL-SUN BELT (FIRST TEAM) 2001 – WR Chris Lacy 2002 – QB Brian Lindgren, LB Jordan Kramer 2003 – TB Zach Gerstner 2004 -- WR Bobby Bernal-Wood, LB Cole Snyder ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC (FIRST TEAM) 2005 – LB Cole Snyder, K Mike Barrow 2006 – LB David Vobora, CB Stanley Franks, OG Jade Tadvick 2007 – LB David Vobora 2008 – C Adam Korby, H-back Eddie Williams, P T.J. Conley 2009 – OG Mike Iupati, S Shiloh Keo 2010 – P Bobby Cowan

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TWO-TIME SELECTIONS Dick Arndt Defensive tackle J.C. Chadband Fullback Ken Dotson Defensive back Steve Duncanson Tight end Kasey Dunn Wide receiver Greg Hale Offensive line Jerry Hendren Wide receiver Tom Hennessey Linebacker Ken Hobart Quarterback Gus Irving Halfback Rand Marquess Linebacker Ray McDonald Running back

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Ron Porter Charlie Oliver Fred Riley Jody Schung Cole Snyder Tom Stephens Joel Thomas Steve Unger David Vobora Antonio Wilson Eric Yarber

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK BIG SKY CONFERENCE 1972 – RB Steve Hunter, WR Collie Mack, LB Rand Marquess 1973 – RB Marshall Brantley, RB Mark Fredback, DB Syd Lofton, RB Darrell Mitchell (2) 1974 – RB J.C. Chandband, QB Dave Comstock, DE Chris Tormey 1975 – RB Robert Brooks, QB Dave Comstock, DB Bill Keilty, DB John Kirtland 1976 – DE Chris Eads, DT Tom Eliertson, QB Craig Juntunen, DB Rick Linehan, DE Jeff Phister, RB Robert Taylor 1977 – RB Tim Lappano, RB Robert Taylor, DT Tim Sanford 1978 – QB Jay Goodenbour 1979 – DE Larry Barker, DT Mark McNeal 1980 – DE Larry Barker, QB Ken Hobart 1981 – RB Russell Davis, QB Ken Hobart 1982 – DB Boyce Bailey, QB Ken Hobart (3), LB Sam Merriman (2), WR Vic Wallace (2) 1983 – WR Brian Allen, QB Ken Hobart (3), DB Mark Tidd 1984 – TE Scott Auker, LB Tom Hennessey, K Tim McMonigle 1985 – WR Brant Bengen (2), LB Tom Hennessey (2) QB Rick Sloan, DB Mark Tidd, WR Eric Yarber 1986 – LB Tom Hennessey (2) QB Scott Linehan, DB Dan McCanna 1987 – QB John Friesz (4) 1988 – K Thayne Doyle, QB John Friesz, RB Bruce Harris, DL Vince Mann, DE Jim Routos, DB Brian Smith 1989 – WR Lee Allen, LB Roger Cecil, QB John Friesz (3), LB John Rust 1990 – LB Jimmy Jacobs, RB Devon Pearce (2), DE Jeff Robinson, DB Reggie Smith 1991 – WR Kasey Dunn, QB Doug Nussmeier, DE Jeff Robinson (2) 1992 – RB Sherriden May (3), WR Yo Murphy, QB Doug Nussmeier (2), DE Jeff Robinson (3) 1993 – QB Nussmeier (4), RB Sherriden May, LB Jason Shelt, DB Cole Wilson 1994 – QB Eric Hisaw (2), RB Sherriden May, P Eddie Howard, WR Kyle Gary, DE Ryan Phillips, DB Montrell Williams 1995 – LB Avery Slaughter, DB Montrell Williams, QB Eric Hisaw, P Justin Spiva, DE Barry Mitchell, PK Ryan Woolverton

BIG WEST CONFERENCE 1996 – QB Ryan Fien (2), WR David Griffin (special teams), WR Antonio Wilson, DE Barry Mitchell 1997 – QB Brian Brennan, LB James Durrough, Special teams Tom Rayner 1998 – RB Joel Thomas (2), QB Greg Robertson, WR Ryan Prestimonico, DT Mao Tosi, PR Vern Benard 1999 – LB Chris Nofoaiga (3), Ben Davis (2), RB Anthony Tenner, WR Rossi Martin, QB Greg Robertson, Justin Spiva 2000 – TB Willie Alderson (2), QB John Welsh, FS Jordan Kramer, LB Chris Nofoaiga, CB Dennis Gibbs, K Ben Davis (2) SUN BELT CONFERENCE 2001 – RB Anthony Tenner, QB John Welsh (2) 2002 – QB Brian Lindgren 2003 – QB Brian Lindgren, LB Mike Anderson, DE Kody Kraus WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2005 – QB Steve Wichman, LB Mike Anderson, K Mike Barrow 2006 – K Tino Amancio 2007 – LB Brandon Ogletree 2008 – CB Isaac Butts, DE Josh Shaw, Special teams Eric Hunter 2009 – Punter Bobby Cowan, LB JoJo Dickson, QB Nate Enderle, K Trey Farquhar, S Shiloh Keo, DE Aaron Lavarias, Special teams Justin Veltung 2010 – DE Aaron Lavarias, K Trey Farquhar, LB Robert Siavii 2011 – Justin Hernandez (special teams)

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C CLEVELAND LEVELAND

COSGROVE COSGROVE

WAYNE WALKER IRONMAN AWARD 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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Kord Kord Smith Smith Marvin Washington S U Steve Unger Chris Hoff John Sirmon Chris Schneider John Sirmon Mat Groshong Josh Fetter Avery Slaughter David Griffin Bill Verdonk Jeremy Wallace Michael Moody Brett Morton Dennis Taeatafa Jordan Kramer Jedidiah Getzlaff Tony Kiel Adam Korby Adam Korby Adam Korby Adam Korby Jonah Sataraka Deonte` Jackson Matt Cleveland Mike Cosgrove

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Boise, Bois oise e, Idaho Dallas, Texas S l Wash. W h Seattle, Shelton, Wash. Walla Walla, Wash. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Walla Walla, Wash. Tillamook, Ore. Buckley, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Fontana, Calif. Lake Forest, Ill. Post Falls, Idaho Long Beach, Calif. Bellevue, Wash. San Diego, Calif. Parma, Idaho Victor, Idaho Cupertino, Calif. Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Puyallup, Wash. Las Vegas, Nev. Kent, Wash. Las Vegas, Nev.

OFFENSIVE SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1993 3 1994 199 94 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jeff Jeff Pankratz Pankr Pa nkratz atz Nick Nick Alexakos Alexa Al exakos kos Chad Stalder Willie Alderson Ethan Jones Jordan Kramer Orlando Winston Adam Mallette Michael Harrington Mike Lowry Ace Davis Adam Korby Adam Juratovac Luke Conklin Kevin Small De`Maundray Woolridge Taylor Davis Justin Podrabsky Dominique Blackman

Boise, Boise Bo ise, Idaho IId daho Concord, Conco ncord rd, Calif. Calif. Federal Way, Wash. Nampa, Idaho Battle Ground, Wash. Parma, Idaho Seattle, Wash. Fort Collins, Colo. Portland, Ore. Boise, Idaho Oxnard, Calif. Fort Collins, Colo. Palo Alto, Calif. Walla Walla, Wash. Escondido, Calif. Keller, Texas Anthem, Ariz. Lewiston, Idaho Carson, Calif.

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DEFENSIVE SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tim Wilson Ryan Skinner Nate Lundquist Travis Stombaugh Rick DeMulling Ryan Knowles Josh Hoston Chad Troxel Simeon Stewart Nate Nichols Zane Hines Chris Jasper Taylor Rust Tyrel Fenwick Andrew Blevins Derek Wieting Isaiah Lavea Jared Heston Maxx Forde Quinton Bradley

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Seattle, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Lewiston Boise, Idaho Auburn,Wash. Cheney, Wash. Sandpoint, Idaho Mountain Home, Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Tacoma, Wash. Walla Walla, Wash. Emmett, Idaho Lewiston, Idaho Boise, Idaho Star, Idaho Spokane, Wash. Meridian, Idaho Honolulu, Hawai`i Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Woodinville, Wash. San Antonio, Texas

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SPECIAL TEAMS SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008 200 8 2009 2010 2011

Rayce Rayc y e Bird Bird Bi d Ben Garnett Tom Hennessey Jake Manley

Shelley, y, Idaho Idaho Joseph Joseph, Ore Ore. Mountain Home, Idaho Riggins, Idaho

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A Abons, John Paul 1966-67 Acuff, Earl 1938-41 Adams, John 1972-76 Adams, John 1989-90 Ager, Edward Gene 1960-61 Ah-Hi, Laki 1998-99 Ahlin, Gerald L. 1963-67 Aiono, Cleve 1996-99 Aizpitarte, Dan 2004 Ala’Ilima-Dailey, Elia 1990-92 Aldershot, Thomas 1970-71 Alderson, Willie 1997-2000 Aldred, Merlin 1942--47 Aldrich, Cecil 1955-56 Aldrich, Larry 1954-58 Alexakos, Nick 1996-99 Alexander, Ben 2004-07 Allen, Alan 1991-94 Allen, Ben 2003 Allen, Brian 1982-84 Allen, Geoff (mgr.) 1985-88 Allen, James Douglas 1973-74 Allen, Justin 2007 Allen, Joseph R. 1967 Allen, Kirk E. 1975-79 Allen, Leland 1987-90 Allen, Todd 1979-80 Allison, Eddie 1953-54 Allison, Harry J. 1961 Almquist, Dennis Allan 1960-64 Almquist, Donald Paul 1969-70 Altenhofen, John 1986-88 Altishin, Richard Michael 1973-74 Alwine, John 1980-84 Amancio, Tino 2006-08 Ambrose, Dennis 1955 Ambrose, Thomas 1947-50 Ames, Robert Louis 1960-63 Ammerman, Randaul E. 1972-73 Amos, Shawn 1988-89 Anderson Steve Arnold 1968-69 Anderson, Arthur 1955 Anderson, Chace 1939-42 Anderson, Clarence Lee “Barney” 1934-35 Anderson, Dan 1983-84 Anderson, Don 1941-43 Anderson, Jerry 1972-73 Anderson, Kris 2005-08 Anderson, Mike 2002-05 Anderson, Milo 1939-42 Anderson, Tony 1954-58 Anderson, Wayne 1950-53 Andress, Dave 1956-59 Andrews, John 1982-86 Annelus, A.J. 2011Armitage, John 1952-55 Armstrong, Elmer 1902-08 Armstrong, George 1906-10 Arndt, Richard Lee 1964-67 Arnhold, Walter Edwin 1973-74 Arnold, Kirk Lynn 1970-71 Artz, Brandon 2008-2010 Aschenbrenner, Rudolph 1936-39 Aschenbrenner, Tony 1939-42 Ashbaugh, Jack 1959 Ashley, Quin 2007-2011 Askew, Matt 2005-06 Asplund, Douglas 1970-71 Asuega, Henry 2010Atkinson, Charles “Chick” 1938-40 Atkinson, Gary Lee 1966-69 Atoe, Tali 2002 Auer, Francis 1945-46 Auker, Scott 1981-86 Ault, Kevin Dale 1971-73 Autrey, Michael 1972-73 Auxier, Kevin 1979-83 Axtell, Henry 1902-03

B Babcock, Chris Bacca, Curtis Backer, Jim Baer, Alvin Bailey, A.P. “Pearls” Bailey, Boyce Bailey, Kama (Sheldon) Bailey, Kevin Bain, William C. Baird, John Baker, Jim

1986-87 1982-84 1972-73 1945-46 1893-94 1980-84 2008-2011 1982-86 1968-70 1925-26 1972-73

Baldwin, Roy 1972-73 Bales, Reed 1972-73 Baley, Reb Ball, Pat 1982-83 Ballard, Troy 1984-87 Balluer, George 1947-50 Bamaeker, Mark Bandy, Kimiko 1996-97 Banker, Robert 1956-57 Baptist, D’mitri 1993-94 Barbee, Jack 1934-35 Barber, Warren 1917-20 Barker, Joel 2000-01 Barker, Rochford Lee 1956-57 Barker, Stephen Wm. 1968-72 Barker, Tarry 1977-81 Barlow, William D. 1964-65 Barner, Tony D. 1967 Barnes, Merrill 1942-47 Barnes, Orville 1946-50 Barrett, Kenneth 1929-30 Barrow, Marlon 1983-85 Barrow, Mike 2003-05 Barto, Harold “Pete” 1919-22 Barton, Earl S. 1899-1902 Barton, Ed 1952-55 Barton, Rene 1988-89 Bass, Dion 2011Bass, Ryan 2011Bassett, Robert Lynn 1962-66 Bates, Billy 2007-08 Bates, Gene Leslie 1960-61 Bateson, Harold 1942-43 Bauer, John 1926-27 Bauer, Mark 1972-73 Baumann, Mike 1957-63 Baxter, Bill 1954-57 Baxter, Vernon 1948-51 Beach, John C. 1948 Beall, Leonard 1926-27 Beall, Mac 1938-41 Bean, Keith A. 1948-50 Beardmore, George Foster Beaver, Richard Alfred 1968-72 Beavers, Eddie 1993-94 Beck, Wil 1998-2001 Bedford, Mountei 1956-57 Bediako, Jeffrey 2010, Beefton, Wm. Ronald 1963-67 Beguhl, Marvin 1948-51 Beitia, Andy 1988-92 Beitz, Willard 1946-49 Belko, Steve 1936-38 Bell, LaVern 1938-41 Belser, Chris 1999-2002 Belton, Desmond 2004-05 Bemis, Jeff 1972-73 Benard, Vern 1998-99 Benetka, Daniel 1999 Bengen, Brant 1984-87 Benneet Dwight E. 1968-69 Benneth, Larry 1949-52 Bennett, Blaine 1985-86 Bennett, Donald Vinton 1971-72 Bennett, Woodson Eby 1960 Berg, Alfred “Ape” 1932-35 Berg, Howard 1929-32 Berg, Paul 1932-35 Bergeson, Ted Graig 1971-72 Bergman, Allen Lee 1972-73 Bergstrom, Lyle Wallace 1964-67 Bergthald, Art 1955-56 Berllos, Victor 1940-43 Bernal-Wood, Bobby 2003-04 Berrichoa, Benjamin Berry, Chad 1993-97 Bertalot, Tim 2002-05 Bertrand, Mel 1950-53 Bessee, Clinton 1911-12 Bessler, William 1929-32 Bethay, Arlen 1981-82 Betty, Marion P. 1915-16 Biagi, Donald Joseph 1960 Bibolet, Curtis 2003-04 Bieter, Chris Birchmeir, Don 1942-43 Bird, Jayson 2004-07 Bird, Mike 1981-82 Bishop, Douglas A. 1965-66 Bishop, Winston Howard 1947-48 Bittner, Ramon 1953-57 Bjorvik, Peter 2007-09 Black, Dane 1984-86

Black, King M. 1948-51 Blanck, Charles Lawrence 1972-73 Blazer, Eric 1997-98 Blevins, Andrew 2007-08 Bliss, Jack Weston “Bud” 1926-27 Bliss, John Bloom, Randy Michael 1965-66 Blower, Robert 1959-60 Bloxom, James 1964-65 Boe, Mike Boekel, William “Bill” 1916-17 Bofto, Brian 1981-82 Bogue, Ron 1961 Bohman, Rodney Willis 1963-64 Boisen, John Michael, Jr. 1962-66 Bolden, Roger Bollock, Dennis R. 1973-74 Bona, Matt 1990-91 Bonar, Gary 1958-59 Bonelli, Mike 2002-05 Booker, Jack 1930-31 Boomer, Henry Rust 1968-69 Bordelli, John Ambrose 1962-63 Bosma, Larry Franklin 1971-73 Bourque, Fred 1955-59 Bousman, Josh 2004-07 Bowman, John Patrick 1966-67 Braden, Ron 1954-47 Brado, Glenn “Gene” 1935-36 Bradshaw, Cleavon 1999-2000 Brady, Michael Geo. 1964-65 Branch, Weldon R. 1973-74 Branom, Ray 1940-41 Brantley, Marshall 1973-75 Brateng, Jeff 1986-87 Brennan, Brian 1994-96 Breshears, Arnold “Huck” 1920-22 Breshears, Howard “Beanie” 1920-23 Breshears, Ralph “Bunt” 1916-20 Breshears, Sherman 1921-22 Brigham, Boyd 1921-22 Brimhall, Maurice C. “Fairy” 1926-29 Brocke, Kevin 1987-88 Brockman, Chris 1979-81 Brogan, John R. 1948-51 Brooks, James 1965-66 Brooks, Robert 1975-79 Brooks, Tyler 2008-2011 Broomwill, Gary 1956-57 Brown, Ellery Kliess, Jr. 1960-64 Brown, Frank 1919-22 Brown, Howard 1959-60 Brown, James Allen “Babe” 1920-23 Brown, James 1945-46 Brown, Jason 2005 Brown, Jerry D. Brown, Kevin 1992-93 Brown, Mike Brown, Richard Gordon 1971-73 Brown, Rick 1979-80 Brown, Stanley 1913-16 Brown, Steve 2007 Browne, Michael Brunelle, Nick (mgr.) 1976-77 Bruns, Buckley Kalb 1972-73 Bryant, Daniel 1970-71 Bryant, Hank (Haroun) 2008 Bryant, John Curtis 1962-66 Bryant, Rod 2002-03 Buckley, QuayShawne 2011Bucklin, Theodore H. “Pansy” 1923-26 Buffi, Max 1973-74 Buffington, Collier H. 1912-13 Buhler, Jay 1951-56 Bull, Dell 1983-84 Bundy, Lyman 1899-1901 Bundy, Tom 1984-86 Buoy, Elmer 1945-49 Buratto, Stanley Dean 1963-65 Buratto, Steven Arthur 1963-66 Burchfield, Darrell Lyle 1970-73 Burda, Warren Paul (mgr.) 1973-75 Buren, John 1981-82 Burgess, Arlus Lindsey 1970-72 Burgher, Darwin K. “Brute” 1925-29 Burgsmueller, Marius 2011Burke, Paul 1991-94 Burns, Robert O. “Bobbie” 1911-15 Busch, Mark 1970-73 Bushley, Alvin E. 1963-67 Bushnell, Logan 2011Busse, Thomas E. 1974-75 Butikofer, Michael 1979-80

Butler, Jevon Byers, Herb

2004 1900-01

C Cable, Keith 1945-47 Cable, Tom 1982-86 Caccia, Italo “Babe” 1939-40 Cafferty, James Allan 1965-66 Caldwell, Mark 1982-86 Callahan, Scott 1973-74 Cameron, Steve 2006 Cameron, Victor 1923-26 Campbell, Charles 2005-06 Campbell, Colin (mgr.) 1953-55 Campbell, Jerry Bruce 1962-66 Campbell, Mike 1991-95 Campbell, Robert Duncan (mgr.) 1966-70 Canine, Henry 1925-26 Canine, Herbert 1925-28 Cantwell, Perry 1957-58 Carberry, Kenneth 1936-38 Carey, Richard 1985-89 Carlson, Harold D. “Horsey” 1928-30 Carlson, Herb 1957-58 Carlson, Jim 1984-85 Carlson, Larry R. 1961 Carnahan, Marvin M. 1915-18 Carolan, Reg 1957-61 Carpenter, Flint Eugene 1967 Carrasco, Joe 1989-91 Carruthers, Louis 1899-1900 Carson, Thomas Joseph 1965-70 Carter, Roman 1989-91 Carter, Stanley Damon 1972-73 Carter, Tracy 2010Cash, Herb 2004-05 Castillo, Richardo Roberto 1969-72 Catalano, Peter 1970-71 Caton, Bill 1981-83 Caudill, Neil 1952-53 Cavens, Randall Bruce Cayton, John 1982-84 Cecil, Roger 1987-91 Chadband, J.C. 1972-76 Chadband, James F. 1948-51 Chambers, Antoine 1995-96 Chandler, Earl 1941-43 Chandler, Russell Changnon, Harry 1910-11 Chapman, Don 1957-58 Chapman, Joseph H. 1961-66 Charles, Brian William 1975-76 Chatfield, Richard A. 1966-69 Chaudler, Charles 1940-41 Cheek, Robert Cheyne, Arthur “Shorty” 1928-29 Chrape, George 1937-38 Christensen, Steven Andrew 1968-69 Christian, Glen 1949-52 Christianson, John 1946-48 Christoff, Andrew James 1963-64 Christy, Dave 1957-58 Chubb, Arthur Joseph 1966-69 Clairmont, Ryan 1995-96 Clark, Dale 1941-42 Clark, Desmond 2004-05 Clark, Douglas Steele 1969-70 Clark, William Henry 1974-76 Classon, David Spencer 1963-64 Clawson, Brad 1977-78 Clawson, Edward Arnold 1966-70 Clayton, Terry Clements, George Ronald 1967 Clerieuzio, Dick 1956-57 Cleveland, Matt 2009-2011 Clute, Richard 1970-71 Cobb, Jason 2001-03 Cobley, Arnold 1922-23 Cochrane, Scott Arthur 1973-74 Cockrell, Brian 1989-91 Cody, William Roy 1968-72 Coffey, Travis 1993-96 Coffin, Charlie 1982-83 Cole, Bruce Allen 1971-72 Coles, Tim 1972-76 Coley, James 2004 Collins, Dennis M. 1976-77 Collins, Douglas Collins, Robert 1975-76 Colquist, Ray 1948-51 Coman, Greg 1975-78 Comstock, David Emerson 1972-76

Comstock, George Frank 1971-72 Conley, Nick 2007-08 Conley, T.J. 2005-08 Conlon, Timothy Edward 1970-71 Cook, Cassius C. 1910-11 Cook, Dale 1955-56 Cook, William Kirby 1970-72 Cooke, Kelly Joe 1970-71 Coombs, Larry 1979-80 Coombs, Thomas 1980-81 Coombs, Tom 1980-82 Cooper, John 1934-37 Cordon, Douglas 1932-34 Corkery, John 1929-31 Cosgrove, Michael 2008-2011 Costello, John 1955-56 Cotta, Tony 1980-82 Couch, Jason T. (mgr.) 1997-99 Courage, William Kelly 1970-73 Cousineau, Thomas Charles 1960 Cowan, Bobby 2009Cowan, David Cowen, John 1987-88 Cox, Ken 1992-94 Cox, Marvin 1955-56 Cox, Mike 1984-87 Cox, Paul James 1975-76 Cozzetto, Daniel 1977-79 Craig, Peter 1893-95 Cramer, James Allen 1961-63 Cranston, John 1955 Cravens, Stephen Eugene 1967 Crawford, John Fredrick 1968-69 Crawford, Terry Nolan 1970-71 Crick, Ron 1984-85 Cripe, Larry Duane 1968-69 Crnich, David Lloyd 1970-73 Crnick, Craig William 1974-76 Crookham, Bill 1953-54 Cross, Larry 1958 Crowley, Henry “Hank” 1940-43 Crown, Steve 1987-89 Croy, John 1959 Curcio, Jay Fredrick 1970-74 Curtis, Rex 1909-10 Cygler, Mark

D D.Waard, Gordon Jay 1966-70 D’Amico, Robert John 1967 Dahlen, John Francis 1960 Dahlin, Joseph 1975-76 Dahlquist, Scott 1987-91 Dailey, John 1945-46 Daily, Patrick 1965-66 Dana, Jack 1942-48 Dangerfield, Donald Daniel, Adam 1993-94 Daniel, Jason 1997-2000 Daniel, John Frederick 1963-67 Daniels, Damon 1987-90 Danielson, Danell A. 1964-68 Datson, Kenneth Wayne 1965-69 Daubert, Darrell 1955-56 Davenport, Randy 1978-80 Davidoff, Dan 1941-43 Davidson, Bill 1955-56 Davidson, Daniel Bryan 1976-77 Davidson, James 1959-60 Davidson, Patrick Alan 1964-66 Davies, Gaylin Williams (mgr.) 1967 Davies, Richard 1958-59 Davis, Ben 1998-2000 Davis, Darrick 1992-93 Davis, Dave 1954-57 Davis, Dean K. 1981-83 Davis, Emmert “Davey” 1930-31 Davis, Eric 2004-05 Davis, Jesse 2011Davis, Michael 1988-90 Davis, Preston 2008-10 Davis, Ray 1940-43 Davis, Robert 2003-06 Davis, Ronald Walter 1966-71 Davis, Russell 1978-82 Davis, Ryan 2005-06 Davis, Taylor 2011Davis, Wayne “Flash” 1923-24 Davison, Gifford “Gif” 1924-26 Day, Randall Willard 1968-69 Dayton, Wendell 1934-36 Dean, Ed 1997-2000

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 Dean, Robert A. 1974-75 DeAnda, Ray 2001 Decicio, Brian 1985-88 Deckard, Woodrow C, Jr. 1965-66 Decko, James 1958-61 Dedeaux, Derrick 1994-96 Degraw-Tryall, Mike 1992-97 Dehlinger, Bob 1957-59 Deist, Wesley 1942-43 Dellinger, Gerald 1936-38 DeLorme, Woodrow 1946-48 Dempey, John Michael 1968-69 DeMulling, Rick 1997-2000 Dennis, Arlin 1941-42 Dennis, Dehryl Anthony (Tony) 1960 Dennis, Kirk Chad 1971-74 Denny, Walt 1956-57 Desimone, Mike 1990-91 Desmond, John J. 1960-61 Devlin, Clarence “Devvy” 1934-37 Dewald, Henry 1913-16 DeWard, Gordon Jay 1966-70 Dewey, Cornelius “Con” 1926-27 Dial, Greg 1985-86 Dial, Tom 1972-73 Dickard, Woodrow C, Jr. 1965-66 Dickerson, Richard 1958-59 Dickey, Eric 1988-89 Dickson, Joseph (JoJo) 2007-10 Diedmont, Bill 1938-42 Diehl, Charles “Chuck” 1925-28 Diehl, Gordon Samuel 1927-30 Diehl, Greg 1979-83 Diehl, Lester 1950-52 Diehl, Ted (William) 1947-50 Dillon, Randy Joe 1968-69 Dilulo, Fabian 1979-80 Dingle, Bertram “Pip” 1916-18 Dingle, Hedley 1913-16 DiNuovo, Tom 1957-60 Dittman, Clarence 1928-30 Dixon, David Allen 1966-67 Dobbins, Richard Scott 1960-61 Dobson, Joseph Leonard 1962-66 Doctor, Frank Fay 1968-72 Dodson, Daryll Ray 1972-73 Donner, J.P. 1894-95 Donovan, Jack 1937-40 Dorn, Randolph Issac 1973-74 Dorris, Tray 1986-88 Dorry, Floyd 1989-93 Doss, Darwin Vernon 1960-63 Dotson, Kenneth Wayne 1965-69 Doty, Timothy Doud, Thomas Lee 1971-72 Douglas, Stephen C. 1949-52 Dowdy, Craig 1986-88 Dowdy, Jerome 1973-74 Dowling, Bud 1957-59 Downes, Ryan 2000-03 Downs, Edward Doyle, Gary 1955-56 Doyle, Thayne 1988-92 Duff, Clinton 1925-26 Dugan, Larry 2010Dunbar, Frank 1961 Duncan, Danny 1977-78 Duncansen, Steve 1972-76 Dunford, Kenneth Brooks 1960 Dunn, Kasey 1988-92 Durham, Harold 1937-40 Durham, John Douglas 1967-71 Durrough, James 1996-99 Duskin, Cory 1992-93 Dwyer, Dennis Patrick 1963-64 Dykes, Dan 2004-05 Dykman, Dale 1942-43

E Earl, David Edelblute, Lawrence Edmunds, Mike Edmundson, Clifford W. Edmundson, Eldon H, Jr. Edwards, Guy Edwards, Jeff Egan, Terence Eidam, George Eiden, Max Eier, Robert Dennis Eilertson, Thomas J. Elder, Dave

1925-26 1956-57 1909-11 1960 1893-94 2003-05 1958-59 1952-55 1931-33 1968-69 1975-76 1961-63

Elder, Monty 1977-81 Eldridge, George Casey 1970-73 Elmo, Taylor 2010Elton, James “Jim” 1909-10 Emerson, Chuck 1955-56 Emerson, Ken 1952-54 Enderle, Nathan 2007-10 Engelking, Rex 1939-41 Entenmann, David Felix 1973-74 Eogett, Clarence 1900-03 Erickson, Dennis 1979-80 Erickson, Laune 1940-41 Erickson, Ralph “Lief” 1925-26 Erik, Pierre 1996-97 Espinoza, Carmen 1981-82 Espinoza, Joe 1958-59 Estes, Kyle 1979-80 Eucker, Jeff Eugene, Michael Joseph 1965--68 Evan, Don (mgr.) 1958-59 Evans, Bob 1955-56 Evans, Edwin Lee 1965-66 Evans, Grover C. “Grove” 1916-22 Evans, James Brian 1964-68 Evans, John 1942-48 Evero, Ighe 1997-2001 Everson, Benjamin P.J. 1971-72 Eyler, Bob 1957-59

F Fa`avae, George 2006 Fads, Chris 1979-80 Fagerbakke, William Mark 1976-77 Falash, Tom 1951-54 Fancher, Fred (Rick) 1961-64 Fannin, Dawn 1959-61 Fanning, Stanley 1956-60 Faraca, Ray 1952-53 Faraimo, Jonathan 2007-08 Farnworth, Gary 1956-59 Farquhar, Trey 2009Faruria, John George 1963-67 Faulkner, Jim 1953-56 Faumui, Faleaoga (Oga) 2008-09 Favre, Clarence E. 1910-14 Fee, George Pat 1972-73 Feehan, Joseph Ford 1972-73 Feeney, Dennis 1970-71 Feeney, Michael Thomas 1967 Felgenhour, Richard H. 1967 Fennell, Marcis 2004-07 Fenton, Lloyd 1956-58 Ferguson, Andre 2008-11 Ferguson, Roger Franklin 1965-66 Fernandez, Charles L. 1971-72 Fernandez, Keith Arthur 1970-71 Fernandez, Robert K. 1966-67 Fernandz, Charles L. 1971-72 Fery, Bruce 1978-82 Fetter, Josh 1991-95 Fields, Louis Conrad III (Jim) 1966-67 Fien, Ryan 1996 Fieney, Michael Thomas 1967 Filgenhour, Richard H. 1967 Filippini, Charles 1975-77 Fisher, Doug 1972-76 Fisher, Harold 1958-59 Fitch, Jim 1955-56 Fite, Carl 1986-87 Fitzgerald, Tim 1986-88 Fitzke, Robert 1923-24 Fitzpatrick, J. Gary 1963-67 Fitzsimmons, Thomas Craig 1968-69 Flowers, Brian 2006-07 Flynn, Patrick Wm. 1966-67, 1968-69 Focht, Brian 1981-82 Fogle, Louis J. 1904-05 Folau, Spencer 1992-94 Ford, Glen 1978-79 Ford, Tracy 2005-06 Forde, Maxx 2011Forrily 1900-01 Fortner, John 1981-83 Foster, Dick 1954-57 Fowles, Nels “Ironhead” 1930-34 Franklin, Rudy 1939-42 Franks, Geoff 1998-2001 Franks, Stanley 2006-07 Fray, Dick 1953-54 Fray, William 1948-51 Fredback, Mark 1973-75 Fries, Charles 1954-57

Friesz, John Frohnen, David Fromm, Paul Dean Frost, John Chris Frost, Steve Frostenson, Theodore R. Fry, Raymond Fryhover, Todd Fuertes, Anthony

1986-89 1979-83 1968-69 1975-76 1990-91 1952-55 2006 1980-84 1998-99

G Gabby, Stephen Douglas 1967 Gaedike, Erick 1992-93 Gagnon, Gary Joseph 1960-64 Gallik, David Bruce 1974-76 Galloway, Charley 1895-96 Gamelin, Tom 1996-97 Games, John 1903-04 Gangnuss, Chuck 1977-78 Gardner, Bryson 1996-99 Garman, Stephen Kent 1965-68 Garner, Bert 1945-46 Garrett, Shawn 1990-94 Garst, Russell 1932-34 Gartin, James W. “Jim” 1925-27 Gary, Kyle 1993-95 Gary, Wilbur 1954-56 Gentle, Paul Warren 1964-68 Geraghty, Cyril “Cy” 1932-35 Gerlough, Tillman D. “Turk” 1915-20 Gerpheide, Pete 1954-57 Gerstner, Zach 2000-03 Getzlaff, Jedidiah 2003 Ghormley, Robert L. 1901-03 Giampietri, Rick 1997-2000 Gibb, James A. 1897-1902 Gibb, W.N. 1902-03 Gibbons, Grant Everett 1960 Gibbs, Dennis 1997-2000 Gibson, Claude 1900-01 Gibson, Flash 1962-63 Gilbreath, J. 1895-96 Gilbreth, F. 1899-1902 Gildea, Howard 1911-12 Giles, Paul 1953-55 Gilkey, Todd 1990-91 Gill, William Hayes 1962-63 Gilmore, Andy 1972-73 Gilroy, Andy 1993-97 Girnt, John 1979-80 Gisselborg, Doug 1979-80 Gistarb, David 1991-93 Glaves, Max 1949-52 Glindeman, Herbert “Heinz” 1919-22 Glindeman, Peter Michael 1968-70 Goddard, Jack Lynn 1968-72 Goddard, Ross K. 1971-73 Goddwin, Kenneth 1956-57 Goetz, Jack 1945-46 Goff, Abe 1921-24 Goforth, Jack Porter 1968-69 Gooby, Dick 1955-59 Goodenbour, Jay 1979-80 Goodpaster, Fred 1961-62 Gorrell, Larry 1953-54 Goss, Scott 1997-98 Gowen, Justin B. Jr. “Duddy” 1917-21 Graf, Fred 1917-18 Graham, Bill R. 1961 Graig, Jesse B. 1969-70 Graves, Dorset 1909-10 Gray, Roy 1935-38 Green, Cumer 1959-60 Green, Dean 1935-38 Green, James 1981-82 Green, Leon 1934-36 Green, Terry 1988-92 Green, Willard 1955 Greene, Mike 1992-94 Greenslitt, Jake 1993-95 Greenwood, Eric 2007-10 Greer, Keith 2002-06 Gregg, Kurt 2002 Gregory, Earl 1936-39 Gregory, John 1949 Grey, Bobby 1997-2000 Griffin, David 1993-97 Griffin, Frank 1901-03 Griffin, Nate 2000 Griffin, Paul 1981-83 Griggs, Avery 1994-96 Grimes, Kelly B. 1977-78

Grimsrud, Lloyd Alex Groat, Charles Groniger, Robert R. “Roy” Gropp, Leslie Bruce Gropp, Ted Grose, Gene Groshong, Mark Groshong, Mat Gross, Charles Douglas Grove, Gary Lee Grove, Mark Grubb, Robert John Grunst, Bill Grymes, Aaron Gshwandtner, Gary G. Guillory, Jeffrey Paul Gunn, Arnold Gunther, Thomas Richard Gustafson, Frans Guynes, Lawrence Gwilliam, Frank

1970-73 1894-95 1913-17 1960 1981-82 1955-56 1991-92 1990-94 1971-72 1966-69 1990-91 1968-69 1953-54 20091962-63 1967-70 1994-98 1965-66 1956-57 2004-05 1934-35

H Haas, Mike 1956-58 Hagadone, Mike 1979-80 Hagberg, Ole 1895-98 Hague, Walter 1901-03 Haines, Robert 1953-54 Hal, Dee 1953-54 Halaholo, Tevita 2009Hale, Dewey 2007 Hale, Greg 1985-89 Hale, Nicq 2000, 2002 Hall, Doug 1983-84 Hall, Jerry Hicks 1971-73 Hall, Ken 1955-59 Hall, Randy Lee 1971-73 Hall, Russell 1930-33 Haller, Gerald 1955 Halliday, James S. “Monk” 1928-30 Halvorson, Donald Lee 1968-69 Hammond, James 1946-50 Hammond, Robert 1961 Hanauer, Daryl Eugene 1968-73 Haney, Robert Loren 1967-70 Hanford, Marius June 1930-33 Hanford, Marius P. III 1956-59 Hanley N. 1899-1900 Hansel, Martin Webb 1968-69 Hansen, Erik 1988-89 Hansen, John 1960 Hansen, Lance 1987-89 Hardy, Daniel 2008-10 Harper, John 1994-97 Harper, Nolan 1983-87 Harrell, Joe 1936-40 Harriman, Bradley Thomas 1970-71 Harrington, Michael 2002-05 Harris, Brandy 1989-90 Harris, Bruce 1987-91 Harris, James 1911-13 Harris, Paul S. Harris, Ronald 1939-40 Harrison, Rick 2006-08 Harrison, Walton 1893-95 Hart, Larry 1951-53 Hart, Royal 1979-80 Hartley, Dave Hartwell, Harry 1917-18 Harvey, Justin 1993-95 Harvey, Matthew 2009-11 Harvey, Philip Lance 1962-63 Hasenoehrl, James Hasfurther, Mike 1979-80 Hatch, James 1945-50 Hathaway, John Bruce 1968-71 Hatchett, Robert III 2009Hatterman, Larry 1956-57 Hausen, Charles B. “Dad” 1922-25 Hawke, Randell 1958 Hawley, Warren 1955-57 Hayes, Samuel D. “Jack” 1913-17 Haynes, Marlon 2006 Hays, James B. 1909-11 Hays, Jay 1978-82 Hays, Jon 1955-56 Heacock, Ryan 2004-07 Head, Alan Evans, Jr. 1970-72 Heap, Elmer 1945-46 Hecomovich, Pete 1940-43 Hedrick, Wallace Edward 1966-67 Hegbloom, Vanner Michael 1963-64

Heien, Maynard Heimgartner, Kenneth F. Heitholt, Kent William Heitz, Glen Henderson, Wind Hendren, Jerry Wayne Hennessey, Tom Hennessy, Dennis Patrick Henry, Daryl Henson, Terry Patrick Hepler, Mike Herbert C. Herbig, Clifford Hernandez, Justin Herrington, Maxwell Hershey, David Michael Hess, Burdette Hess, Shane Hesse, Howard Hester, Pete Heston, Jared Hickey, Kerry Hiekl, Gerald Hilder, Ed Hilgenberg, Cal Hill, Dale Hill, Jeff Hill, Kevin Hill, William Hillman, William Herman Hillman, William Hills, Casey Hills, Patrick Hinckley, Steve Hinkemeyer, John William Hirai, George Hisaw, Eric Hjort, George Hobart, Don Hobart, Ken Hodges, Mark Keith Hodney, Edwin Hoff, Chris Hoffman, John (mgr.) Hogan, Jack Hogberg, Carl Hoiness, Todd Holder, Bob Holdren, Stephen Lee Hollis, Mike Holmes, Leslie “Pop” Holycross, Travis Homme, Clayton Honena, Lawrence Honsowetz, Russell Hooper, Richard James Hopkins, Barry Horbaczewski, Bob Horton, George E. “Cap” Hoston, Josh Hough, Clarence House, Monty Dave Howard, Brian Howard, Eddie Howard, Emory Howard, Vincent Frederick Hoyt, Frederick Chas. Hubbard, Lance Hubchik, Kevin Huefner, Otto A. Huff, Jarvis Hughes, Hugh Hughes, Mike Hult, Orville “Haggerty” Hultz, Larry Huma, Miregi Hunter, Bob Hunter, Eric Hunter, Eric Darsenio Hunter, Dan Hunter, Don Hunter, Steven Ralph Husby, Mark Hutchenson, Don Hutchinson, Carl “Bio Hutch” Hutchinson, Paul Hutchinson, Tom Towey

1938-41 1967 1971-72 1991-92 1991-94 1966-70 1983-87 1971-72 1983-84 1966-67 1954-56 1895-98 1932-33 20101948-50 1971-72 1951-55 1934-35 1950-53 2009 1982-84 1947-50 1954-56 1954-56 1957-59 1992-95 1995-99 1957-61 1962-63 1909-12 1997-99 1979-81 1955-56 1973-74 1959 1992-96 1926-27 1957-58 1980-84 1973-75 1972-73 1987-91 2000 1955-56 1955 1985-89 1950-53 1968-71 1992-94 1934-36 1987-88 20101933-36 1971-72 1973-77 1997-98 1899-03 1999 1974-77 1973-74 2001-03 1993-95 1937-40 1973-74 1971-72 1977-78 1978-79 1923-24 2003 1926-27 1992-96 1927-30 1972-73 1992-95 1951-52 2002-03 20071983-85 1989-91 1971-72 1951-52 1926-28 1927-29 1960

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I Idler, Terry Ikharo, Tariq Iketa, John (mgr.) Imelio, David Inis, Irvin Inman, Elbert “Lefty” Iorns, Dick Irving, Neil R. “Gus” Ismael, Ron Mike Iupati Iverson, Kobman “Kid”

1978-82 2006 1945-46 1959 1933-35 1950-51 1919-22 1957-60 2006-09 1933-36

J Jackley, Brock 1966-71 Jackson, David 1987-90 Deonte` Jackson 2007-10 Jackson, Kedrick 1984-88 Jackson, Shawn 1980-84 Jackson, Steve 1982-87 Jackson, Thomas 1915-18 Jacob, Glenn “Red” 1925-28 Jacobowitz, Len 1955-56 Jacobs, Jimmy 1989-91 Jacobson, Brian Tackabury 1971-72 Jacobson, John Alvin 1966-68 Jacoby, Harry 1932-34 Jake, John 1987-89 Jakovac, Dave 1972-73 James, deKoven A. 1974-75 James, Oswald 1985-88 James, Thomas 1993-97 James, Williams Jankovich, Sam 1979-80 Jannino, Ralph 1956-60 Jardine, Arthur 1913-15 Jarman, Thomas Scott 1968-72 Jasik, Matt 1996-99 Jayne, Ben A. 1949-51 Jeffrey, Russ 1955-56 Jelinek, Josh 2000-02 Jellick, Jay 1907-08 Jelmberg, Josh 1999-2002 Jenkins, Charles Riley 1962-66 Jenkins, Thomas A. “Tom” 1895-1903 Jennings, Greg 1980-82 Jensen, Kelly (mgr.) 1999 Jensen-Madison, Cary 2007 Jeranko, David 1980-82 Jergo, Dion 1978-80 Jessie, Ron 1978-80 Jewell, Ernest 1908-10 Jewell, J. 1897-98 Johnson, Ahmani 1992-94 Johnson, Armauni 2010-11 Johnson, Calvert 1992-93 Johnson, Carl Alfred Jr. 1961 Johnson, Charles 1906-09 Johnson, Chester 1946-48 Johnson, Curtis 1980-83 Johnson, Dan 1984-86 Johnson, David 1953-54 Johnson, Eric 1992-96 Johnson, Gary (Cozian) 1954-57 Johnson, George Stephen 1961-62 Johnson, Grover 1994-95 Johnson, Jordan 2010Johnson, Kevin 1978-79 Johnson, Kevin 1984-88 Johnson, Lynn Raymond 1970-71 Johnson, Patrick 1967 Johnson, Pete 1956-59 Johnson, Richard Eugene 1945-46 Johnson, Robert Henry 1961-62 Johnson, Roger 1957-58 Johnson, Sam Lavell 1963-64 Johnson, Tim G. 1988-89 Johnston, James 1937-39 Johnston, James 1998-2000 Johnston, Michael 1983-86 Johnstone, Willard B. 1912-14 Jones, A.J. 2011Jones, Ethan 1998-2001 Jones, Jack 1947-49 Jones, Jason 2002-03 Jones, Jeromy 2008-09 Jones, Joel 2005-08 Jones, Lee 2006 Jones, Marshall 1954-56 Jones, Marvin 2006 Jones, Mike 1999-2002 Jones, Orville 1925-26

Jones, Phil Jones, Reggie Jones, Ronald S. Jones, Steven Douglas Jones, Vernon Roberts Jones, Wally Jordan, Jeff Jordan, Michael Donald Jordon, Leo Jorgenson, Eric Jorgenson,Todd Juba, Robert James Juma, Kevin Juntunen, Craig Juratovac, Adam Jurelin, Richard Arthur (mgr.)

1959-60 2004-06 1973-74 1960 1965-66 1979-83 1989-93 1960-64 1945-46 1984-88 1993-94 1968-70 1983-85 1976-77 2006-09 1960-64

K Kaczmarek, Ray 1937-39 Kamelevicz, Tony 1937-40 Karlberg, Ronald 1958-59 Karlsson, Kurt Ame 1970-71 Kania, Brandon 2001-04 Kashetta, William F. 1972-73 Katz, Scott 1985-86 Kays, George 1895-1900 Kearney, Karel 2011Kearns, Bill Keating, Gerry 1990-92 Keener, Vince 2010Keilty, William Bryan 1974-76 Keiper, Ed 1940-42 Kelleher, Thomas Gerard 1976-77 Keller, William 1972-73 Kelly, Larry Pat 1965-66 Keo, Shiloh 2006-10 Kelso, Sandy 1966-67 Kendley, Ralph 1954-55 Kenner, Robert 1958-59 Kenworthy, Gary 1955-58 Keogh, Mike 1978-82 Kerns, B.L. 1904-05 Kerr, Randy 1988-90 Kershisnik, William “Big Bill” 1927-30 Kessel, Ron 1961-62 Kevirs, John Elmer 1946-47 Keyes, James 1936-37 Keyes, Karl 1904-08 Kidd, Lavoni 1992-96 Kiel, Anthony 2001-04 Kiilsgaard, Carl 1946-49 Kiilsgaard, Kjel Peder 1973-77 Killien, Michael 1956-58 Kimberling, Billy Ray 1968-69 Kinnison, Banks H. 1911-15 Kinnison, Frank 1922-25 Kipp, Richard 1958-59 Kipp, Roscoe 1914-15 Kircher, Doug 1981-82 Kirkpatrick, Lester “Kirk” 1927-30 Kirkwood, Howard 1902-03 Kirtland, John Michael 1973-77 Kirtland, William J. 1972-76 Kirtley, Charles 1893-96 Kirtley, Wade 1894-96 Kittrell, Robert Gregory 1975-77 Kleber, Clarence 1961 Kledzejs, P. Alex 1961-63 Kleffner, Bob (mgr.) 1953 Kleffner, Flip 1951-53 Kleffner, Sylvester “Syb” 1922-25 Klein, Jack 1978-82 Klein, Morris 1945-46 Kleinkopf, Karl Norman 1964-68 Klenn, Andrew 1958-59 Kline, Emanuel “Mooney” 1932-33 Kline, Larry 1955 Kline, Maurice “Dusty” 1922-25 Klitz, Brad (mgr.) 1997-99 Klumb, Harold 1933-35 Kluth, William Floyd 1967-69 Knap, Tony 1936-39 Knecht, Tommy 1994-95 Knowles, John Edward 1967-70 Knowles, Ryan 1998-2001 Knudsen, Sean 1982-83 Knutson, Albert “Bull” 1911-15 Koch, Ken 1959 Koch, Peter Kohn, John 1957-58 Kodama, Chad 2002-03 Kolb, Travis (mgr.) 1999 Koleszar, Philip 1957-58

Komar, Max 2006-09 Konapka, Irvin 1940-43 Koompin, Kenneth Kent 1968-69 Korby, Adam 2005-08 Kramer, Gerald 1955-58 Kramer, Jordan 1999-2002 Kramer, Joseph 1975-76 Kramer, Matt 1999 Kramer, Michael David 1972-75 Kraus, Kody 2002-03 Krupke, Steven Gordon 1971-72 Kubick, Joe 1955-56 Kuchenbuch, Casey 1998-99 Kulm, Ronald Eugene 1959-63 Kupp, Andrew Charles 1968-72 Kushlan, Richard Eugene 1968-72 Kuzmick, Floyd 1972-73 Kvidahl, Richard Kyle, John 1958-59

L La Frenz, John (mgr.) 1946-47 LaGrone, Michael 2010La Jeunesse, John 1994-97 Labita, Jimmy 2002-04 Lacy, Chris 1998-2002 Lambert, Neil 1986-87 Lamboy, Gary Daniel 1971-72 Lampos, Jordan 2000-03 Lancaster, Henry 1899-1901 Landmark, Denny 1959-60 Landsdell, Mitchell G. 1967-71 Lang, Craig John 1972-75 Langlois, Art 1942-43 Langmade, Bruce Calvin 1970-71 Lansdell, Mitchell G. 1967-71 LaPointe 1997-98 Lappano, Tim 1979-80 Larkins, Virdell 2008-09 LaRoche, Ed 1959 Larsen, Kenneth H. 1949-52 Larson, Gustus L. 1904-08 Larson, Lonny Loyle 1968-69 Last, William 1945-48 Lavarias, Aaron 2007-10 Lavens, Michael (Tim) 1963-67 Lawler, Mike 1955-56 Lawr, William 1952-55 Lawrence, Paul 1961, 1964-65 Lawry, Robert P. 1967 Lawson, J.D. 1957-59 Layde, Verne 1961-65 Lazaro, Aaron 2011dLeary, Jeff 1981-83 Leavitt, Phillip Melvin 1972-73 LeDuc, Richard 1948-51 Lee, Bob 1951-54 Lee, Robin Charles Leetzow, Max 1961-65 Lefferts, George 1951-53 Leigh, Gerald 1952-55 Leituala, Matt 1999-2000 Leonard, Charles 1941-42 Leonard, Terry D. Leppke, Ron 1954-55 Leverett, Larry 1986-88 Levschel, Otto 1912-13 Lewis, Barney 1948 Lewis, Blair 2001-02 Lewis, Darby 1981-84 Lewis, Dean 1941-43 Lewis, Patrick Gerald 1962-63 Lewis, Ray 1951-53 Lewis, Richard Dean 1968-69 Libey, Patrick 2000-03 Lieuallen, John 1894-95 Liggins,Bilal 2010Lindgren, Brian 2001-03 Lindman, James Patrick 1973-74 Linehan, Richard Michael 1976-79 Linehan, Ronald William 1968-72 Linehan, Scott 1982-87 Linterman, Rudy 1966-68 Lisk, Ken 1955-56 Litzenberger, Philip 1945-46 Litzinger, Richard Paul 1963-65 Livermore, Keith Lloyd, Fred 1985-87 Lobdell, William Henry 1968-69 Lockett, Ronnie 1972-73 Lockey, Bill 1941-42 Lockhart, James 1912-14 Lofton, Sydney 1972-73

Lommasson, Thomas Long, Chester Long, Chuck Long, David Leslie Longoria, Dave Lopez, Daniel “Dan” Love, Rick Love, Wunters (Chuck) Lewis Loveall, Calvin Lovell, Ronald Lowe, Ralph Luce, Gary Wayne Luke, Michael Wayne Lukes, Jay Lumbala, Rolly Lundstrom, Fritz Luper, Richard (mgr.) Lynam, Glenn

1915-17 1940-41 1987-88 1972-73 1992-96 1930-31 1981-85 1974-76 1981-85 1976-77 1962-63 1970-71 1991-95 2004-07 1908-11 1972-76 1946-47

M Mabry, Stephen Charles 1971-72 MacGuffie, Lawrence Herbert 1962-63 Macinko, George 1950-52 Mack, Collie, Jr. 1971-75 Magee, Frank 1904-05 Magnuson, Darin 1983-87 Magnuson, Josh 1991-93 Mahi, Don William 1968-69 Makawski, Stan 1956-57 Mallette, Adam 2001-02 Malta, Joe 1941-43 Manderville, Matt Mann, Victor L. 1963-68 Mann, Vince 1988-91 Manoa, Sam 1983-85 Manson, Howard 1941-43 Marboe, Brad 2010Marboe, Mike 2011Marboe, Scott Marker, Sophus 1924-25 Marquess, Stephen Rand 1970-73 Marquess, Wayne Mark 1966-70 Marrow, Eugene 1958-61 Marshall, Marty 1979-80 Martin, Bert 1893-1900 Martin, Elmer H. “Irish” 1928-32 Martin, Jason 2005 Martin, Rossi 1999-2001 Martinez, Matt 2001-03 Martinson, Herbert 1916-17 Martson, William 1970-71 Mascorro, Brandon 2003 Mason, Cliff 2003 Matson, Trent 1989-91 Matthews, Donald John 1960-64 Matthews, Mark 1987-91 Mauga, Homer 2010-11 Maxson, William 1935-36 Maxwell, Jason 1991-93 May, Rodney Wayne 1971-73 May, Sherriden 1991-95 Mayer, Whitney 1995-98 Mayfield, Richard Arnold 1975-79 Mayle, Stephen Edward 1967 Maynard, Rodney Wayne 1971-73 Mayne, Michael B. 1962-64 Mayowa, Benson 2009Mays, Robert D. 1948-51 McAdams, George Alan 1965-66 McAffee, Kevin William 1973-76 McBride, Carlton 1979-81 McCall, Kristopher 1989-91 McCallum, Joseph Dean 1963-67 McCanna, Dennis Timothy 1964-65 McCanna, Dern 1984-88 McCanna, Raymond 1977-81 McCarty, George 1950-52 McCarty, Princeton 2008-11 McCormack, Kenneth 1947-50 McCormick, Clifford 1915-17 McCormick, Gilbert 1912-13 McCray, Robert Charles 1963-67 McCoy, Mike 2000-03 McCue, Robert 1933-36 McCullock, Larry 1955 McCurdy, Michael 1978-79 McCutcheon, Michael McDonald, Roy Douglas 1963-67 McDougall, Randy James 1968-69 McElravy, Matt 1997-99 McFaul, Edmund 1945-49 McGettigan, Michael 1958-59 McGinnis, Ryan 1996-98

McGuire, David Hays 1966-67 McInerney, Howard 1932-34 McKelvy, Bill McKillop, Todd McKinley G.P. 1897-99 McKinley, John 2009-11 McKinley, Stephen McKinney, Jack 1965-66 McKinstry, Ronald Jack 1964-65 McKinzie, Dwight 1992-96 McLeod, John “Jack” 1901-03 McMahon, Scott 1970-71 McMonigle, Tim 1981-85 McMurray, Dan 1981-83 McNabb, J. 1894-98 McNair, Bill 1956-57 McNaughton, Bruce Hunt 1966-67 McNeal, Mark 1979-80 McRoyal, Ken 2011Mealey, Patrick 2009 Medved, Jerry 1985-89 Medved, Jim 1985-89 Meek, Justin 1996-97 Mehlohoff, Thomas 1958-59 Meibaus, Mack 1946-48 Meiser, Cecil Dorain 1964-65 Menahan, Richard 1958-60 Mendiola, Louis 1952-54 Merriman, Sam 1979-83 Metter, Tarry Meyer, Dale David 1961-65 Meyer, Dan 1979-80 Mezzei, Harold Joseph 1960 Michael, Bailey 1984-88 Michaud, Thomas Micheletti, Daniel 2011Micklich, Bill 1940-47 Middleton, John R. 1903-06 Mignone, Nicholas A. 1963-64 Miles, Arthur Sherman 1971-72 Miles, Shelton 2008Miller, Jim 1965-66 Miller, Jimaine 1993-94 Miller, John Joseph 1960 Miller, John 1902-05 Miller, Kelly 1979-82 Miller, Kurt William 1967-70 Miller, Matt 2003 Miller, Raymond Carlyle 1964-67 Miller, Robert Vernon 1968-72 Mills, Jay 1991-93 Mills, Jim 1992-96 Mills, Stephen Millsap, Brandon 1991-93 Milton, Darren (mgr.) 1992-94 Milton, Todd (mgr.) 1988-92 Minium, Duke Michael 1973-75 Mires, Gary 1959-64 Misetich, John 1955-56 Mitchell, Barry 1993-97 Mitchell, Darrell Wayne 1973-74 Mitchell, Ken (mgr.) 1994-97 Mitchell, Michael Lee 1964-65 Mitchell, Robert 2001-02 Mix, Frank 1899-1903 Mix, Gainford 1894-95 Moehnert, Mark 1970-71 Moffitt, Russell 1947-49 Monahan, D. Michael 1963-65 Monahan, Edward 1961-64 Monahan, W. Lawrence 1963-64 Monico, David 1979-81 Monk, Robert 1990-92 Monnes, David E. 1971-72 Monroe, Kevin Paul 1972-73 Montgomery, James 1908-10 Moody, Garner 1994-98 Moody, Michael 1998-99 Mooers, David Charles 1964-65 Moomaugh, Ed 1959-61 Moone, James 1956-57 Mooney, Christopher Joseph 1972-75 Mooney, Jeffrey Mooney, Richard 1958-62 Mooney, Terrance Patrick 1965-66 Moore, Fred 1895-98 Moore, James 1935-37 Moore, Josh 1990-91 Moore, Troy 1926-27 Moran, James Harry 1960-64 Moreland, Terry Lynn 1968-71 Moreno, Frank 1981-85 Morgan, Mike 1957-58

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LS 2012 Morris, Neosia 1986-88 Morris, Richard Leon 1972-73 Morris, Thomas Lee 1960-65 Morrison, Sam T. 1915-16 Morscheck, Frederick David 1970-73 Morton, Brett 1997-2000 Moser, Robert 1932-35 Moser, Ronald 1971-72 Mosolf, Mike 1960-62 Moy, Doug 1976-77 Moyer, Dan (filmer) 1990-91 Moyle, Stephen Edward 1967 Muhlbeier, Kenneth Raymond 1970-73 Mulder, Robert 1995-97 Muller, Ron 1961 Mullins, Billy P. 1948-51 Mullins, Brian Munden, Carl 1945-46 Mumford, Seann 2001-02 Munds, James 1955 Munson, Carl 1946-48 Murphy, Darryl 2002-03 Murphy, Dave 1950-53 Murphy, John 1956-57 Murphy, Llewellyn “Yo” 1989-93 Murrell, Manuel Carter 1965-67 Musial, Walter 1936-39 Musika, Siua 2004-07

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Naccarato, Richard Nagel, Carl “Butch” Napper, George Nash, Monty Alan Nathan, Chris Nead, Kelly Nead, Nicholas E. Neal, James Neal, Keith Nearents, Richard Neddo,John Neese, Harvey Neese, Varnell Neibauer, James Neidhold, Joey Nelson Samuel B. Nelson, Evan Oscar Nelson, Gerry Nelson, Henry Nelson, Kurt Allen Nelson, Larry Nelson, Neal “Nellie” Nelson, Richard D. Nelson, Richard D. Nelson, Ross Edward Nelson, Shawn Nelson, Stanley Robert Nelson, Steve Nelson, Theron Nelson, Thomas Crill Nelson, Thomas Owen Nesbit, “Shorty” Neu, Tedd Neumayer, George Newbern, Jerry Bruce Newby, Dick Newell, Michael J. Newport, Milton Corbett Nichols, Fred Nichols, Nate Nichols, Ronald Nifong, George Nilsson, John Robert Nixon, George Njoku, Bradley Nofoaiga, Chris Nolan, Steve Norby, Arthur “Art” Norby, John Norby, Larry Nordin, John North, David Jay Norton, Jim Nooy, Brian Novikoff, Tyrone Novotny, Eugene Nussmeier, Doug Nutting, Jasper Nutting, Richard “Dick”

1961-65 1919-21 1956-57 1973-75 2003-04 2002-03 1971-73 1920-23 1993-94 1955 2005 1955 1951-53 1957-61 1981-82 1973-76 1970-72 1982-83 1950-52 1973-74 1982-83 1923-26 1946-47 1965-69 1970-73 1984-87 1960-61 1978-80 1957-59 1965-70 1960-63 1907-08 1986-89 1945-48 1968-69 1955-56 1970-73 1971-72 1940-42 2002-05 1948-49 1893-98 1960-61 1940-42 20111997-2000 1987-91 1930-31 1931-34 1955-58 1987-88 1964-65 1957-60 2004-07 2008-11 1957-58 1990-94 1937-38 1932-35

Oakes, Clyde O’Bard, Ronnie O’Brien, James O’Brien, Pete Octave, Wendell O’Connell, Kevin O’Dell, Mike O’Donnell, Grover “Red” Ogle, Jerry Ogletree, Brandon Oliver, Charlie Oliver, Ron Olson, Adison Olson, Steven Lee O’ Neal, Mike O’Neil, Jason Ortega, Robert Osborne, Harrell Stanley Osterhout, Carl Osterhout, Milton Overgaard Wil E. Overgaard, Wilford Owens, Herbert “Herbie” Owens, Roosevelt Owens, T.J. Owings, Thomas “Sody”

Paasch, Ralph Pace, Tom Palubo, John Palumbo, John Pancheri, Matt Pankratz, Jeff Park, Lonnie Parker, Dave Parker, Michael Parker, Steve Parot, Robert Parr, Robert Steve Parry, Dave Parsons, Curtis Dempsey Patrick, Wayne Patten, Kenneth Patterson, Cecil Coolidge Patterson, Pat Pauls, Arthur Paulsen, Virgil Pavkov, Stanko Payne, John Payne, Tim Roger Pearce, Devon Pearsall, James Richard Pearson, David J. Pearson, Gary Leon Pearson, Milo “Mike” Pearson, Victor Peck, Greg Peck, Russell Pederson, Waldemar Pellegrini, Joe Jr. Pemberton, John Worthington Perkins, Enoch “Nock” Perkins, Procter K. Permenter, Ned Perrine, Leon “Pat” Perrins, M. Samuel “Sammy” Peters, Gary Joseph Peterson, Randolph V. Peterson, William Horatio Petrillo, Rob Petruzzi, Jim Petticolas, Kenneth Patrick Pettit, Rahimu Phillips, John “Buck” Phillips, Ryan Phister, Jeffrey V. Pickett, Dick Piedmont, Joe Pierce, Ricky Valiose Pillon, Robert Joseph Pitre, Paul Piva, Lane (mgr.) Plastino, Charles Plastino, Felix “Plasty” Pleas, John Polguta, Anthony Matthew Ponciano, Tommy LeRoy Ponder, Donald Pool, Chad Pope, Brian

1903-07 1927-28 1978-82 2003-06 2000-02 1968-69 1925-26 1950-53 2004-07 1987-91 1984-86 1973-74 1966-71 1996-99 1994-96 2002-03 1962-64 1935-36 1936-38 1973-77 1946-50 1928-30 1966-70 1955-57 1924-27

1945-49 1996-97 1979-80 1979-81 1988-89 1995-98 1956-58 1984-87 1979-80 1979-80 1973-74 1972-73 1978-81 1971-74 1953-54 20081962-63 1978-79 1907-09 1984-88 1935-38 1953-56 1979-83 1988-92 1965-69 1976-77 1962-63 1924-25 1917-18 1979-83 1973-74 1929-31 1975-76 1960-61 1909-13 1906-13 1955-56 1917-21 1926-29 1962-63 1970-72 1960-61 1979-81 1951-53 1999 1911-15 1993-97 1976-77 1952-54 1940-42 1966-67 1965-66 1981-84 1985-88 1942-43 1917-21 1985-89 1960 1970-72 2003 2002-03

Pope, Darick Populis, Christan Porter, Charlie Porter, Keith (mgr.) Porter, Ronald Dean Posey, Marsel Pothetes, Nicholas Potter, Grant Potterson, Wade Powell, Ronald Powers, Frank Pratt, LaVerle Pressey, Gerard Kent Prestel, Jim Prestel, Robert Prestimonico, Ryan Price, Deon Price, Gordon “Whitey” Price, Russell Price, Walter Prince, Pat Pritchard, Craig V. Proteau, Francis Michael Pugh, George Pulliam, Jason Purdy, Harold S. Purnell Putnam, David Lloyd Pyke, Robert Taylor

1996-99 2004 1986-88 1990-94 1963-67 20081946-48 1955-59 1978-79 1925-27 1965-67 1960-61 1955-60 1955-59 1996-99 1996-98 1938-40 1973-74 1927-30 1987-89 1972-73 1965-66 1955 1987-88 1913-17 1895-96 1960-61 1972-73

Q Quinn, Lawrence “Larry”

1922-25

R Rabehl, Brian (mgr.) 1999 Rae, Ben Rafferty, Michael 1979-80 Ralph, Randy 1979 Ramer, Frank 1955-56 Ramos, Christopher 2009-10 Ramsey, DeAngelo 2005-06 Ramsey, Noah 1989-93 Ramsey, Paul 1984-86 Rana, Maurice Carl 1971-72 Randall, James 2011Randall, LaVerne 1931-34 Randall, Lot 1893-94 Randall, Tom 1978-79 Randel, Douglas Thomas 1976-79 Randolph, Roger 1952-56 Ranier, James Michael 1971-72 Rankin, Ed 2000-02 Rathbun, Glenn 1938-41 Rathbun, Maurice 1947-48 Ratti, Jo`Artis 2006-07 Raussos, John 1955-59 Rayner, Tom 1995-98 Reader, Brian 2009-11 Reager, John L. 1949-51 Reed, Earl Jr. 1975-76 Reese, Timothy Dale 1969-71 Reget, Harry 1924-26 Rekofke, Brian 1978-79 Rembert, Bernard 1971-73 Renfrow, Herman (mgr.) 1938-42 Resa, Eivind 1953-56 Rettberg, Fred 1938-40 Reuber, Jim 2007-08 Rexroad, Randy 1979-82 Reynolds, Guy 2011Rice, Brad 1998-2001 Rice, Lynn 1975-76 Rice, Mickey 1961-64 Rice, Mike 1987-91 Rice, Stephen Clarence 1963-64 Rich, Darrell Lynn 1961 Rich, George 1934-36 Rich, Lewis 1935-36 Richardson, Curtis 1991-93 Richardson, Walter 1893-98 Richey, Evan A. 1949-52 Richter, Gary 1978-79 Rico, Vicente 2007-08 Riddick, Jason 1991-92 Riddle, Kyle 1979-80 Ridener, Don 1956-58 Ridenour, Charles 1957-58 Rifilato, Ed 1983-85 Riggenberg, Clayton 1945-46 Riley, Faustin Charles 1969-72 Riley, Edward J. 1948-51 Riley, Fred Maurice 1970-72

Ringe, Don 1950-53 Riordan, James Dennis 1971-73 Ritter, Larry 1959-60 Rivas, Robert 1956-57 Roark, Burch 1952-55 Roberg, Mike 1997-2000 Robert, Ronald Harrison 1966-68 Roberts, Clive 1917-18 Roberts, Ronald Harrison 1966-68 Roberts, Timothy Jay Robertson, Fred 1927-29 Robertson, Greg 1997-99 Robertson, William 1906-07 Robinson, Craig 1984-88 Robinson, Jeff 1989-93 Robinson, Robert W. “Ole” 1916-18 Robinson, Tre`Shawn 2008-11 Robison, Guy Kevin 1972-75 Rodgers, Kevin 1986-87 Rodreguiez, Joseph R. 1965-67 Roe, Steven 1972-73 Rogers, Arthur 1903-06 Rogers, Galen Eugene 1960-64 Roise, Harold 1936-39 Robleto, Sergio 2001-02 Romesburg, David 1972-73 Roosevelt, William K. 1905-06 Rose, William M. 1948-50 Ross, 1893-94 Ross, Jerry 1955 Routos, Jim 1987-89 Rowe, Cleo 1941-42 Ruben, Sammy 2001-02 Ruby, Robert Edwin 1960-65 Ruffin, J.R. 2004 Ruhl, Pete 1983-85 Ruleman, Wilbur C. 1948-50 Runyon, James Onnie 1962-63 Russell, 1904-05 Russell, Clifford 1959 Russell, Kyle 1990-92 Russell, Phillip 1959 Russell, Robert Byron 1971-72 Rust, Cory Bennett Rust, John 1989-90 Rust, Taylor 2007-08 Rutledge, 1895-96 Ryan, Paul 1938-41

S Sackett, Melvin 1931-33 Saffo, William 1989-93 Saith, John Carmen 1961-64 Salesky, Kenneth R. 1968-69 Samms, Virgil 1911-14 Sams, Tim 1999-2001 Sandall, Phil 1973-74 Sanders, Ernest 1984-88 Sanderson, Brian 1982-83 Sanford, Tim 1976-77 Sanner, Dale 1938-40 Santschi, Larry Wm. 1964-65 Sappington, Larry Dale 1962-63 Saras, Raymond 1945-47 Saso, Dan 1980-82 Sataraka, Jonah 2007-10 Saunders, Walter 1991-93 Savidge, Leigh S. 1906-09 Sayer, William Blake 1970-71 Scates, Wade 1993-94 Scharnhorst, Bruce R. 1971-72 Scheidt, Conrad 2009Schell, John Gary 1956-57 Schireman, Alvin T. 1949-50 Schlatter, Jerry 1955-56 Schlereth, Mark 1985-89 Schmidt, Carl 1958-59 Schmidt, Edward Robert 1968-69 Schmidt, Mel 1954-57 Schmidt, Tom 1959-60 Schmitz, Orville 1931-34 Schneider, Chris 1990-93 Schnug, Jordan 1990-94 Schoen, Bryan 1978-79 Scholes, William 1957-58 Schroeder, Tim 1986-89 Schrom, Kenneth Marvin 1973-76 Schuh, Christopher Robert 1967-68 Schulte, Brandon 2006-08 Schulte, Jarrod 2004 Schutte, William “Bill” 1930-33 Schux, Christopher Robert 1967-68

Schwalbe, Jeffrey Schwenne, Robert Scotford, Bill (mgr.) Scott, Brian Phillip Scott, Dontae Scott, Jake Scott, Jim Scott, Robert Scott, Troy Scott, Tyler Scott, William James Seamster, Duval Sears, Orvil Secrest, Gerald Ralph Seefried, Richard Albert Seelig, Kent Chester Seidel, Chris Sekona, Fonomanu Selman, Thomas James Seman, Steve Senescall, Paul Severe, Ted Shaffer, Clair (Butch) Shaife, Jerome R. Shamion, Adam Shaw, Josh Shaw, Malfred Shaw, Maurice Shaw, Steve Lawrence Shehan, Michael R. Shelby, Michael Shellman, Lee Shelt, Jason Shelt, John A. Shepard, Gary Francis Shephard,Warren Sherbina, Lorne James Sheridan, Nicholas Sherman, Antwaun Sherman, Ralph David Shew, Thomas Kenton Shill, Mike Shipkey, Carl Shoemaker, Denny Shore, Marshall E. (mgr.) Siavii,Robert Simko, John Simmons, Chris Simmons, Eric Simmons, Patrick J. Simmons, Rick Rinehart Simpson, Carl Neal Simpson, Steve Sims, Billy Sims, Johnny Clyde Sinclair, Bryce Sinclair, Jerry Albert Sipoloa, Willie Sirmon, John Siva, Mike Eli Sizelove, Michael Stuart Skaife, Jerome R. Skelly, Jeffrey Paul Skill, Bob Skinner, Ryan Skinner, William Skuse, Rbt. Charles Slater, Chris Slaughter, Avery Slaughter, Rbt. Kemp III Sletager, Ralph M., Jr. Sloan, Rick Small, Kevin Small, Monte Small, Rodney Smiley, Joe Smith, Andrew Smith, Brian Smith, Carl “Reggie” Smith, Cary Jr. Smith, Charles Smith, Charles Jr. Smith, Chris Smith, Daniel (D.J.) Smith, Darrick Smith, Dashaun Smith, Don Smith, Earl Smith, Elmer Smith, Gene Smith, George Venson Smith, George

1970-71 1953-54 1973-74 20112000-03 1956-57 1996-97 1995-98 2003 1962-66 2000 1957-58 1971-72 1970-74 1962-63 1981-82 2007-10 1971-72 1980-84 2007-10 1995-96 1953-57 1966-67 2007 2005-08 2002-03 2007-10 1968-69 1958-61 1959 1992-97 1963-67 1960 1945-46 1972-73 1902-06 2004-05 1972-73 1972-73 1983-85 1912-13 1955-56 1962-63 2008-10, 1957-58

1971-72 1970-72 1965-66 1982-85 1989-93 1973-75 2007-09 1972-74 2002-04 1989-93 1974-76 1969-70 1966-67 1974-76 1956-60 1995-99 1955-57 1963-67 1985-89 1992-96 1963-67 1970-73 1984-86 2008-09 1955-56 1905-09 1982-86 1983-85 1988-90 1989-91 1960-64 1903-04 2008-11 2006-07 2005 1994-95 1990-91 1945-46 1932-35 1940-41 1956-57 1965-70 1947-49

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Smith, Harry C. “Silent” 1901-04 Smith, Henry M. “Hercules” 1905-09 Smith, Husan 1998-99 Smith, John Michael 1966-67 Smith, Kord 1986-89 Smith, Lee 2006-08 Smith, Lyle 1936-39 Smith, Lynn 1959-60 Smith, Malcolm Bradley 1971-72 Smith, Michael W. Smith, Ray 1937-40 Smith, Robert 1958 Smith, Ryan 1994-97 Smith, Shawen 1988-92 Smith, Stanley Dayle 1968-69 Smith, Wayne 1958-59 Smith, Willis “Little Giant” 1931-34 Smith-Anderson, Luke 2001-06 Smythe, Jerry 1954-58 Snow, Ed 1897-98, 1900-01 Snyder, Cole 2003-05 Snyder, Tony 1981-82 Solinsky, Tom 1939-41 Sommer, John Charles 1968-69 Spaugy, Arthur 1930-32 Spaugy, Don 1934-35 Spaugy, Ralph 1935-37 Spelgatti, Jim Lewis 1960 Spellman, David 1989-93 Spencer, Brad 1958 Spencer, Eddy 1984-86 Spiva, Justin 1996, 1999 Sprague, Milo 1904-05 Spray, Gary 1961 Sproat, Hugh 1931-32 Sprute, Patrick Ray 1969-72 Spyker, Stephen Lawrence 1964-65 Staley, James 2001-02 Stamps, Keith 2002 Stanley, Rob 1987-88 Starchman, Carl Leon 1967 Stark, Jason 1996-97 Stark, Lyle 1926-29 Steelhead, Ralph Ben 1945-46 Stein, Howard 1906-08 Steinback, Phil 1959-60 Steinberg, Bryan 1991-93 Stennfeld, Mark Stephens, Ray 1923-26 Stephens, Tom 1965-67 Stephens, W.L. “Fat” 1923-25 Stevens, Irvin III 2008-09 Stewart, Greg 1976-77 Stewart, Kyle 2001-03 Stewart, Simeon 2001-04 Stewart, Troy 1986-87 Stivers, Vernon L. “Skippy” 1922-25 Stobart, Andrew 2003 Stockler, Larry Delbert 1960-63 Stoddard, Merle 1937-40 Stokesbery, William Walter 1906-10 Stolary, Thomas P. 1967 Stombaugh, Travis 1996-99 Stone, Larry (mgr.) 1947-49 Stonebarger, Larry S. 1967 Stowe, Jeff 2002-05 Strandley, Brian 1991-95 Strate, Donald Glen 1963-64 Streeter, Darnell 1972-73 Strickland, Byron Eugene 1965-68 Strohmeyer, Larry William 1962-65 Strong, Arthur C. 1901-03 Strong, Nate (mgr.) 1994-97 Stuk, Steven Jack 1970-73 Sturdivant, Devon 2007-09 Sturmer, Jason 1990-92 Sua, Kimo 1981-82 Sugg, Tom 1991-93 Sullivan, John 1954-56 Sullivan, Lloyd “Sugar” 1931-32 Sullivan, Patrick D. 1975-76 Sumpter, Castleman Harvey 1927-29 Sundberg, Keith 1936-38 Sungberg, Ross 1934-37 Supkis, Michael 1978-79 Swann, Herschell 1933-34 Sweet, William 1945-46 Swenson, Al 1978-81 Swenson, Mitch 1988-89 Swillie, Charles 1982-83 Swivey, Gregory Swope, Charles Scott 1967 Symms, Steve 1956-60

T

U

Tadvick, Jade 2003-06 Taeatafa, Dennis 1998-2002 Taggart, Dameon 1988-92 Taggart, Paul 1984-87 Taibi, Joe 1985-87 Tajan, Crosby 1995-98 Talavou, Kelly 2002-03 Tallant, James Arthur 1949-51 Tanner, Stephen A. 1971-75 Tapper, Lyle 1922-25 Tasby, Joseph Alucord 1966-70 Tauber, Richard 1938-41 Tauber, Tomas Tipton 1960 Taupule, Tone 2005-06 Taylor, Chris 1990-92 Taylor, Jesse 1997-98 Taylor, Jett 1977-78 Taylor, Paul “Pete” 1930-33 Taylor, Robert L. 1975-76 Telin, Brad 1978-79 Tenner, Anthony 1997-2001 Tennyson, Robert 1959-60 Teobald, Donald Craig 1972-73 Terry, Irving “Chick” 1924-26 Teuerbaugh, Frank 1953-55 Tewhey, Jack 1941-43 Theis, Sam 1946-49 Theobald, Donald Craig 1972-73 Therien, Hank 2003-05 Therrell, Richard “Tex” 1937-40 Thierjung, Peter John 1972-73 Thiessen, George 1935-37 Thomas, Charles 1893-94 Thomas, Charles 1942-43 Thomas, Craig 1979-82 Thomas, Eric 1990-91 Thomas, Jerome 1995-99 Thomas, Joel 1993-97 Thomas, Richard “Dick” 1929-30 Thomas, Wade Art 1960-63 Thomas, William 1903-06 Thompson, Cedric 2002-03 Thompson, Roy A. 1915-20 Thompson, Stephen Neil 1971-72 Thompson, Thaad 2010Thorne, Kurt 1991-92 Thornton, James 1907-11 Thornton, Joe Dean 1972-75 Thorsen, David 1981-86 Thumins, Jim D. 1964-69 Tidd, Mark 1983-87 Tilden, Jess 1956-57 Tilley, Homer 1902-03 Titchenal, Paul Lewis 1971-72 Toailoa, Alex 2005-06 Togafau, Michael 2003-04 Tolbert, Antjuan 2000-03 Tomick, John 1940-43 Toney, Richard Louis 1964-68 Toomer, Korey 2009, 2011 Toone, Ward Clifford 1967 Tormey, Christopher Joseph 1973-75 Torrey, Robert Henry 1962-63 Tosi, Mao 1998-99 Townsley, Jeffrey 1997-2000 Tracy, Darel 1983-87 Trahan, Tim 1993-94 Trigilio, Frank Joseph 1968-69 Triplett, David C. 1962-66 Trotter, Maurice 2011Trower J.T. 1910-11 Troxel, Chad 2002-03 Trus, Thomas 1947-50 Trzuskowski, Richard 1936-39 Tuala, Sam 2011Tucker, Shawn 2010Tucker, Thomas 1958-59 Tupua, Sam 2010Tuten, Randy 1978-79 Tuttle, Rocky 1979-80 Tuura, Timothy Jones 1966-67 Tweedt, Louis A. 1899-1903 Tyler, Timothy Edward 1964-65 Tyrrell, Hubert Leander “Lee” 1930-33

Uglesich, Nick 1955-56 Ugstad, Paul Olin 1968-69 Ulrich, Greg 1986-89 Ulrich, Steven Gerald 1964-68 Underwood, Larry Patrick 1963-64 Unger, Steve 1986-90 Upchurch, Jim 1955-56 Uranga, Tony 1994-95, 1997-98 Urko, Richard Edgar 1960-61 Uto-Uko, Andrew 1996-99

V Vaagen, Glenn 1998-2000 Vail, Darrel Eugene 1959-61 Valley, Kent 1958-60 Van Loan, Phil 1959 Vance, Allen Harold 1970-74 Vance, Phil 1979-80 VanderPol, Nate 2003-06 VanDuyne, Robert Scott 1970-73 Vanghn, William Thomas 1967 Veal, David Charles 1971-72 Veltung, Justin 2009VeNard, William Joseph 1963-64 Venzke, Patrick 1997-2000 Verdonk, Bill 1996-98 Vernier, Jesse Blaze 1970-71 Vervacke, Robert 1958-59 Vesco, Richard 1981-82 Vesser, Edwards 1910-11 Vesser, John 1922-25 Vest, Steven Walter 1970-71 Vestman, Kurt 1982-84 Vial, Sil 1957-61 Vinson, Kay 1955 Viro, Frank 1945-47 Vital, Troy 2008-09, 11 Vobora, David 2004-07 Vohs, Dale 1921-23 Volke, Robert Vonderharr, Bobb 1941-43

W Waage, Ryan 2004 Wagar, Paul 1957-60 Walker, Gary 2009Walk, Jerome F. Walker, Harvie 1935-36 Walker, Wayne 1954-58 Wall, Justin 2004 Wallace, Jeremy 1997-2000 Wallace, Vic 1981-83 Waller, Darrell 1953-54 Walmsley, Wilford “Stud” 1925-28 Walsh, Andrew 1946-47 Walters, Stephen Michael 1964-65 Walton, Thomas Richard 1962-63 Wamer, James Thomas 1967-71 Wamsley, Brian 1991-94 Ward, Theron “Suitcase” 1933-36 Warren, Larry James Jr. 1971-72 Warren, Yaphet 1995-97 Warrick, Ronald 1964-65 Wartella, Bob 1981-82 Washington, Marvin 1988-89 Washington, Nelson 1985-86 Waskiewicz, Stanley 1941-42 Watkins, Sean 1991-92 Watson, Bruce Lloyd 1970-71 Watson, Matt 1981-86 Weaver, Landon 2010-11 Webb, Michael 1978-79 Weber, John William 1963-64 Webster, Wallace (mgr.) 1940-41 Welch, James Lee 1970-73 Wellman, Jeff 1978-79 Wells, Sherril Lynn 1960-61 Welsh, John 1998-2001 Welte, Jim 1955-56 Werner, Rob (mgr.) 1979-80 Werness, Taylor Robert West, Bruce 1951-54 West, Cedric 1993-94 West, J.E. 1915-16 West, Lance 1981-85 West, Pat 1987-92 Westlake, Norman 1956-57 Wheeler, James Milton 1964-65 Wheeler, Joe 1934-36 Whidden, Walter Douglas 1967-68 Whiles, Michael P. 1961-65

Whipps, Scott M. Whitcomb, Joe White, Corey White, Dan White, George White, Glen White, James D. White, Joe White, Kenneth White, Larry White, Ronald White, Ronnie White, Steven White, William Humes Whithad, Houghton H. Whitlock, George Whitney, John Whittenburg, Ron Whittier, Frank Newman Wicher, Tom Wichman, Steve Wickboldt, James Brian Wiegman, Graig Wieting, Derek Wiggum, David Charles Wiker, Erik Wilcox, Howard Wilder, Kevin Wilkens, Peter Wilkie, Fred Wilkin, Richard E. Willard, Rex Williams, Bill Williams, Breyon Williams, Eddie Williams, Elmer M. Williams, Jaron Williams, Jason Williams, Jasper Williams, Jerry Bill Williams, Marcelle Williams, Montrell Williams, Nick Williams, Robert Lee Williams, Scott Williams, Shanta Williams, Trey Williams, Wes Williamson, Lloyd S. Willis, Howard Willott, George Wilson, Antonio Wilson, Charles “Chick” Wilson, Cole Wilson, Edgar Wilson, Everett Wilson, George Wilson, Pat William Wilund, James Dan Wimer, James Thomas Wimer, Michael Gene (mgr.) Winland, Curtis Roy Winston, Orlando Winter, Roland Wiscombe, Michael Wayne Wisdom, Richard Wisecarver, James Edward Witt, James B. Wolf, Jay Wolske, Kelvin Fred Wolson, Tim Woodward, Rodney Wm. Woodward, Todd Woolrich, Michael Francis Woolridge, Michael O. Woolverton, Ryan Workman, Rex Worley, Jedd Wren, Charles Wright, Troy

1977-78 1919-22 2008-09 2000 1955-56 1978-80 1975-76 1974-75 1956-57 1980-83 1945 1991-93 1973-74 1960-61 1967 1940-41 1965-66 1982-83 1968-69 2005-06 1966-70 1969-70 2008-11 1975-76 1990-92 1981-82

Y Yarber, Eric Yarbro, Chuck Yarno, Brian Yarno, John R. York, Wallace Young, Daryn Young, Dave Young, Gayle, Jr. Young, Ike Young, Joe Young, Maurice Young, Robert J.

1984-86 1988-91 2001-04 1973-77 1925-26 1983-87 1983-86 1966-67 1985-87 1979-80 1939-40 1965-69

Z Zeamer, Dan Zeller, Mike Zenk, Richard Zenk, Steve Zenkeritch, Leonard Ziegler, Larry Zimmerman, Bryan Zimmerman, Randy Zuber, Geoff Zundel, Brad

1993-97 1988-90 1993-97 1994-97 1939-47 1981-84 1977-79 1980-83 2004

1984-88 1929-32 1976-79 1936-38 1946-48 2007 2005-08 1909-11 2004-06 2000 1996-97 1971-72 1995-96 1994-96 2001 1970-72 1982-83 1991-92 20102005-06 1979-83 1955-58 1936-37 1996-98 1933-35 1993-95 1937-39 1990-91 1930-33 1970-71 1967-72 1967-71 1963-67 1973-73 2001-03 1936-38 1967-71 1954-55 1964-65 1962-63 1979-80 1972-73 1994-98 1966-67 1991-92 1964-65 1971-72 1994-96 1940-41 1956-60 1957-58 1986-90

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 RUSHING

RECEIVING

YEAR G

NAME

CAR

YDS

AVG

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Flip Kleffner Wilbur Gary Wilbur Gary Larry Norby Ken Hall June Hanford Theron Nelsen Mike Sheeran Mike Mosolf Rick Naccarato Rich Naccarato Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Ray McDonald (1) Jim Pearsall Rob Young Frank Doctor Fred Riley Frank Doctor Barrie Rembert Darrell Mitchell J.C. Chadband Dave Comstock Robert Brooks Tim Lappano Terry Idler Glen White Ken Hobart Russell Davis Kerry Hickey Kerry Hickey Marlon Barrow Todd Hoiness Steve Jackson Todd Hoiness Bruce Harris Damon Daniels Devon Pearce Ronnie White Sherriden May Sherriden May (16) Sherriden May(9) Lavoni Kidd Joel Thomas Anthony Tenner Joel Thomas Anthony Tenner Willie Alderson (19) Blair Lewis Blair Lewis (45) Zach Gerstner (33) Jayson Bird (61) Rolly Lumbala Brian Flowers Deonte` Jackson (36) Deonte` Jackson (89) De`Maundray Woolridge (59) Deonte` Jackson Princeton McCarty (97)

68 88 78 96 103 49 73 85 116 87 86 131 213 259 172 206 91 187 164 125 120 147 124 157 139 101 178 209 140 113 101 114 133 106 111 150 168 267 148 237 221 231 146 222 122 231 179 238 98 176 256 151 128 128 240 161 171 113 149

330 579 454 351 414 272 329 344 286 329 426 585 1,002 1,329 815 979 397 879 772 561 814 758 659 770 846 523 907 829 1,117 529 533 612 706 476 486 779 676 1,393 694 1,111 1,267 1,370 621 1,148 573 1,229 764 1,245 509 930 1,186 859 472 561 1,175 696 979 442 705

4.9 6.6 5.9 3.7 4.0 5.6 4.5 4.0 2.4 3.7 4.9 4.4 4.7 5.1 4.7 4.8 4.4 4.7 4.7 4.4 6.8 5.2 5.3 4.9 6.1 5.2 5.0 4.0 8.0 4.7 5.3 4.0 5.3 4.5 4.4 5.2 4.0 5.2 4.7 4.7 5.7 5.9 4.3 5.2 4.7 5.3 4.3 5.0 5.2 5.3 4.5 5.7 3.7 4.4 4.9 4.3 5.7 3.9 4.7

9 10 10 10 10 9 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 9 11 11 11 6 10 12 11 11 12 12 12 13 13 12

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

TD

LG

1 2 2 4 7 15 14 9 3 2 3 5 4 5 8 8 3 4 3 7 11 7 2 9 7 3 6 6 8 15 9 21 20 9 2 14 6 16 9 12 2 11 5 8 1 4 7 3 18 4 3

29 31 80 54 49 34 85 51 55 38 29 28 15 39 19 48 23 66 68 70 30 90 37 44 32 82 39 81 42 71 46 36 32 28 68 40 82

YEAR G

NAME

ATT COMP INT

PCT

YDS

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

George Eidam George Eidam Howard Willis Howard Willis Gary Kenworth Joe Espinoza Gary Farnworth Sil Vial Gary Gagnon Gary Gagnon Gary Mires Mike Monahan Joe Rodriguez John Foruria Steve Garman Steve Olson Steve Olson Steve Olson Rick Seefried Rick Seefried Rick Seefried Dennis Ballock Dave Comstock Craig Juntunen Craig Juntenen Jay Goodenbour Rob Petrillo Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Scott Linehan Rick Sloan Scott Linehan John Friesz (4) John Friesz (18) John Friesz Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier (8) Doug Nussmeier (9) Doug Nussmeier (2) Brian Brennan(3) Eric Hisaw Ryan Fien (2) Brian Brennan John Welsh Greg Robertson John Welsh (8) John Welsh (15) Brian Lindgren (24) Brian Lindgren Michael Harrington (56) Steve Wichman (69) Steve Wichman Nathan Enderle Nathan Enderle (70, 76) Nathan Enderle (15, 28) Nathan Enderle (26, 25) Brian Reader (69, 74)

84 132 68 79 58 79 99 177 68 54 69 147 57 141 75 365 229 228 175 102 225 98 144 65 150 127 104 145 179 418 477 318 229 407 502 397 425 204 384 333 304 200 214 455 387 182 224 399 284 382 246 342 401 319 298 339 312 478 354

.405 .371 .412 .443 .655 .456 .444 .458 .426 .500 .478 .408 .368 .404 .440 .501 .489 .417 .503 .480 .502 .439 .438 .508 .527 .535 .413 .407 .453 .529 .562 .601 .681 .568 .620 .554 .612 .613 .599 .619 .609 .580 .565 .587 .563 .538 .451 .629 .644 .628 .598 .658 .564 .486 .443 .543 .615 .567 .542

495 401 377 530 579 415 455 930 315 311 528 965 334 728 400 2,591 1,421 1,086 928 619 1,298 648 930 380 770 819 722 1,083 1,541 3,058 3,618 2,407 1,934 3,954 3,677 2,874 4,041 1,536 3,300 3,028 2,960 1,765 1,793 3,674 2,708 1,387 1,279 3,171 2,215 2,763 2,077 2,222 2,746 2,158 1,787 2,077 2,906 3,314 1,974

9 10 10 10 10 9 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 10 9 8 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 10 11 6 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 9 8 11 8 10 11 12 11 12 10 12 11 13 11

34 49 28 35 38 36 44 81 29 27 33 60 21 57 33 183 112 95 88 49 113 43 63 33 79 68 43 59 81 221 268 191 156 231 311 220 260 125 230 206 185 116 121 267 218 98 101 251 183 240 147 225 226 155 132 184 192 271 192

14 14 5 6 6 1 8 8 2 5 7 8 7 8 6 21 14 15 14 12 13 8 9 2 6 9 7 9 6 8 19 10 11 12 14 17 8 7 11 9 5 4 10 12 5 10 11 17 5 10 8 11 18 14 18 17 9 16 12

TD

5

1 5 1 3 4 6 4 1 1 19 9 4 3 5 4 1 4 1 3 5 3 11 12 24 32 17 15 22 28 18 31 11 25 22 33 18 15 27 19 11 12 22 18 19 15 12 15 8 10 20 22 22 10

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

DAHO FOOTBALL

Y E A R B Y Y E A R L E A D E R S

133

VANDAL Y E A R B Y Y E A R L E A D E R S

134

RECEIVING YEAR G

NAME

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Flip Kleffner Frank Teverbaugh Rog Randolph Larry Aldrich Bob Dehlinger Jim Norton Jim Norton Reg Carolan Reg Carolan Verne Leyde Verne Leyde Joe Chapman John Whitney Tim Lavens Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Terry Moreland Jack Goddard Kevin Ault Tim Coles Tim Coles Steve Duncanson Kirk Allen Kirk Allen Jett Taylor Jack Klein Jack Klein Vic Wallace Tom Coombs Ron Whittenburg Ron Whittenburg Scott Auker Scott Auker Neosia Morris Neosia Morris John Jake Kasey Dunn Kasey Dunn Kasey Dunn (2) Yo Murphy (2) Kyle Gary Kyle Gary (17) Dwight McKinzie Antonio Wilson (9) Antonio Wilson (6) Ryan Prestimonico Jeffrey Townsley Chris Lacy (48) Chris Lacy (16) Josh Jelmberg (17) Orlando Winston (74) Bobby Bernal-Wood (3) D.J. Smith (19) Wendell Octave Max Komar Eddie Williams (70) Max Komar (23) Eric Greenwood (86) Mike Scott

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 12 12 10 12 11 12 13 13 11

TOTAL OFFENSE

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

13 18 13 30 16 15 27 33 21 15 14 20 14 22 49 86 95 46 28 23 43 22 19 22 31 29 32 21 26 26 46 59 72 80 59 52 46 73 88 85 68 47 65 50 65 77 42 37 45 65 64 55 96 67 34 30 54 63 46 55

146 172 116 409 373 188 212 488 225 225 219 508 171 313 526 1,457 1,452 576 327 295 406 334 320 249 545 517 533 311 618 331 519 884 834 827 719 538 675 1,101 1,164 1,263 1,156 630 1,132 850 1,203 910 668 449 776 1,045 785 807 938 1,001 422 445 687 1,052 741 691

11.2 9.6 8.9 13.6 23.3 12.5 7.9 14.8 10.7 10.7 15.6 25.4 12.2 14.2 10.7 16.9 15.3 12.5 11.7 12.8 9.4 15.2 16.8 11.3 17.6 17.8 16.7 14.8 23.7 12.7 11.3 15.0 11.6 10.3 12.2 10.3 14.7 15.1 13.2 14.9 17.0 13.4 17.4 17.0 18.5 11.8 15.9 12.1 17.2 16.1 12.3 14.7 9.8 14.9 12.4 14.8 12.7 16.7 16.1 12.6

0 1 0 1 4 0 1 3 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 14 12 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 3 4 5 3 4 6 3 4 3 4 3 10 7 6 9 5 11 9 7 10 6 2 6 8 8 7 3 7 4 4 6 11 6 2

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

LG

43

82 39 80 80 91 56 63 46 37 66 30 29 61 31 40 46 48 81 48 55 84 68 63 37 57 39 62 70 40 42 42 75 35 51 50 42 51 51

YEAR

G

NAME

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 10 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 10 11 6 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 9 8 11 8 10 11 12 11 12 10 12 11 13 11

George Eidam Wilbur Gray Wilbur Gray Gary Johnson Howard Willis Gary Franworth Gary Farnworth Sil Vial Mike Mosolf Rich Naccarato Gary Mires Mike Monahan Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Jim Pearsall Steve Olson Steve Olson Steve Olson Rick Seefried Rick Seefried Rick Seefried Dennis Ballock Dave Comstock Robert Brooks Robert Taylor Jay Goodenbour Glen White Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Scott Linehan Rick Sloan Scott Linehan John Friesz (2) John Friesz (1) John Friesz Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier (3) Doug Nussmeier (2) Doug Nussmeier (5) Brian Brennan Eric Hisaw Ryan Fien (2) Brian Brennan (16) John Welsh Greg Robertson John Welsh (7) John Welsh (34) Brian Lindgren (30) Brian Lindgren (67) Michael Harrington (79) Steve Wichman (41) Steve Wichman (61) Nathan Enderle (95) Nathan Enderle (85) Nathan Enderle (27) Nathan Enderle (40) Brian Reader (81)

TOTAL YARDS

APG

471 579 454 708 933 511 613 926 450 357 533 1,100 1,002 1,329 815 2,459 1,345 1,048 895 567 1,202 858 1,589 770 998 864 889 1,912 2,134 3,280 3,800 2,601 1,896 3,279 3,489 2,751 3,853 1,643 3,460 3,028 3,514 1,846 1,958 3,597 2,668 1,560 1,204 3,199 2,154 2,666 2,035 2,089 2,547 2,191 1,712 2,055 2,851 3,117 1,956

52.3 57.9 45.4 70.8 93.3 51.1 61.3 92.6 50.0 39.7 59.2 110.0 100.2 132.9 81.5 245.9 134.5 104.8 81.4 51.5 120.2 78.0 144.4 70.0 90.7 96.0 88.9 173.8 194.0 298.2 345.5 236.5 210.7 298.1 317.1 275.1 350.3 273.8 314.6 312.5 319.5 184.6 217.6 327.0 266.8 173.3 150.5 290.8 269.2 242.4 185.0 174.1 231.5 182.6 171.2 171.2 259.2 239.8 177.8

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING

SCORING

YEAR G

NAME

RUSH

REC

RET

TOTAL

AVG

YEAR G

NAME

TD

FG

PAT

PTS

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Kirk Allen Robert Taylor Terry Idler Rocky Tuttle Ken Hobart Russell Davis Vic Wallace Ron Whittenburg Eric Yarber Eric Yarber Brant Bengen John Jake John Jake Lee Allen Devon Pearce Kasey Dunn Sherriden May (13) Sherriden May (3) Sherriden May (15) Dwight McKinzie Joel Thomas Antonio Wilson Joel Thomas Anthony Tenner Willie Alderson (12) Chris Lacy (18) Blair Lewis (64) Zach Gerstner (41) Jayson Bird D.J. Smith (100) Brian Flowers Deonte` Jackson (86) Kama Bailey (85) Max Komar Justin Veltung (100) Princeton McCarty (96)

32 810 523 42 829 1,117 103 -13 28 51 0 0 -1 0 1,393 0 1,111 1,267 1,370 0 1,148 0 1,229 764 1,195 27 930 1,157 859 -3 561 1,175 18 28 72 705

249 124 13 346 0 199 923 884 817 1,103 995 734 675 1,168 196 1,263 362 331 233 850 318 910 180 22 420 1,045 203 309 93 1001 161 153 60 1,052 497 109

285 335 391 235 0 0 605 0 254 198 540 358 337 156 0 0 147 296 31 291 0 228 0 26 200 530 0 2 3 0 14 0 963 123 686 434

566 1,269 927 623 829 1,316 1,631 871 1,099 1,352 1,535 1,092 1,011 1,324 1,589 1,263 1,620 1,894 1,634 1,141 1,474 1,138 1,409 812 1,815 1,602 1,133 1,468 955 998 736 1,328 1,041 1203 1,255 1,248

51.5 115.4 92.7 56.6 75.4 119.6 148.3 79.2 99.9 122.9 139.5 99.3 91.9 120.4 144.5 114.8 147.3 172.2 148.5 114.1 134.0 103.5 128.1 73.8 165.0 145.6 113.3 122.3 86.8 99.8 61.3 110.7 94.6 92.5 96.5 104.0

1959 10 1960 10 1961 9 1962 9 9 1963 10 1964 10 1965 10 1966 10 1967 10 1968 10 1969 10 1970 11 1971 11 1972 11 1973 11 1974 11 1975 11 11 1976 11 1977 11 1978 10 1979 11 1980 11 1981 11 1982 11 1983 11 1984 11 1985 11 1986 11 1987 11 1988 10 1989 11 1990 11 1991 11 1992 11 1993 11 1994 11 1995 10 1996 11 1997 11 1998 11 1999 11 2000 11 2001 10 2002 10 2003 12 2004 11 2005 11 2006 12 2007 12 2008 12 2009 13 2010 13 2011 12

Ron Ismael Reg Carolan Mike Mosolf Galen Rogers Gary Mires Galen Rogers Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Jim Pearsall Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Ricardo Castillo Ricardo Castillo Steve Tanner Steve Tanner Dennis Ballock J.C. Chadband Dave Comstock Robert Brooks Lance Hubbard Terry Idler Pete O’Brien Ken Hobart Russell Davis Tim McMonigle Tim McMonigle Tim McMonigle Brian Decicio Brian Decicio Brian Decicio Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle Devon Pearce Thayne Doyle Sherriden May (1) Sherriden May (3) Ryan Woolverton (8) Ryan Woolverton Joel Thomas Troy Scott Joel Thomas Ben Davis Willie Alderson (26) Anthony Tenner Blair Lewis (58) Zach Gerstner Jayson Bird Mike Barrow Tino Amancio Tino Amancio Tino Amancio De`Maundray Woolridge (T23) Trey Farquhar (T69) Trey Farquhar

0 3 2 3 3 6 7 15 15 9 14 12 0 0 0 0 8 8 8 8 9 5 0 7 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 25 22 0 0 15 0 16 0 15 10 12 7 8 0 0 0 0 18 0 0

4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 11 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 10 9 15 14 12 15 15 12 0 8 0 0 14 12 0 12 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 16 12 14 8 0 18 10

5 1* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 24 16 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 1* 0 38 44 40 40 36 38 32 28 0 45 0 0 54 32 2 32 2* 34 0 0 0 1 1 21 23 30 29 0 40 23

17 20 12 18 18 36 43 90 90 54 84 72 50 57 31 62 48 48 48 48 54 30 44 44 72 68 71 85 82 72 82 77 74 102 69 50 32 96 68 92 68 100 64 90 60 72 44 50 69 59 72 53 108 94 53

11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 12 11 10 12 12 11 13 13 12

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

*Two-point conversion (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

DAHO FOOTBALL

Y E A R B Y Y E A R L E A D E R S

135

VANDAL Y E A R B Y Y E A R L E A D E R S

136

KICKOFF RETURNS YEAR G

NAME

NO

YDS

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Dick Mooney (1) Ron Kulm Mike Whiles Joe McCollum Joe McCollum Joe McCollum Rudy Linterman Jeff Guillory Jeff Guillory Kelley Courage Rodney Maynard Collie Mack Collie Mack Collie Mack Tim Lappano Robert Taylor Robert Taylor Terry Idler Wally Jones Dean Davis Vic Wallace Vic Wallace Mike Johnston Brant Bengen Brant Bengen Brant Bengen John Jake Richard Carey Jeff Jordan Roman Carter Ronnie White Lavoni Kidd Sherriden May Montrell Williams Dwight McKinzie Tom Pace (14) Jeffrey Townsley (45) Jerome Thomas Chris Lacy Chris Lacy (31) Chris Lacy (36) Cedric Thompson (42) Matt Miller (62) J.R. Ruffin (72) Antwaun Sherman Raymond Fry (95) Dewey Hale Kama Bailey (71) Kama Bailey Justin Veltung (82) Princeton McCarty (75)

23 8 6 5 9 18 22 15 16 13 17 13 16 28 13 16 16 17 17 8 12 19 17 21 9 17 17 15 18 20 7 9 15 18 12 32 25 16 15 15 22 37 23 36 19 26 42 41 22 30 19

491 189 126 115 228 299 459 331 329 240 373 314 333 597 222 401 335 391 339 175 251 396 327 547 149 373 356 365 338 490 148 167 296 447 289 839 581 362 419 349 530 836 503 751 367 475 903 955 453 686 434

9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 12 12 11 12 12 11 13 13 12

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

PUNT RETURNS LG

40 58 100 53

22 38 89 45 37 42 29 100 25 27 40 100 37 79 72 41 92 45 54 63 64 59 34 31 63 43 33 84 95

AVG

YEAR G

NAME

21.4 23.6 21.0 23.0 25.2 16.6 20.8 22.1 20.5 18.4 21.9 24.1 20.8 21.3 17.1 25.1 20.9 23.0 20.0 21.9 20.9 20.8 19.2 26.0 16.5 21.9 20.9 23.1 18.8 24.5 21.1 18.6 19.3 24.8 24.1 26.2 23.2 22.6 27.9 23.3 24.1 22.6 21.9 20.9 19.3 18.3 21.5 23.3 20.6 22.9 22.8

1959 10 1960 NA 1961 9 1962 9 1963 9 1964 10 1965 10 1966 10 1967 10 1968 10 1969 10 1970 11 1971 11 1972 11 1973 11 1974 11 1975 11 1976 11 1977 11 1978 11 1979 11 1980 11 1981 11 1982 11 1983 11 1984 11 1985 11 1986 11 1987 11 1988 10 1989 11 1990 11 1991 11 1992 11 1993 11 1994 11 1995 10 1996 11 1997 11 1998 11 1999 11 2000 11 2001 11 2002 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 8 2006 12 2007 12 2008 11 2009 13 2010 13 2011 10

Jim Norton Ron Kulm Ron Kulm Bill Scott Bill Scott Bill Scott Dick Nelson Ken Dotson Ken Dotson Terry Moreland Terry Moreland Kelly Courage Darnell Streeter Darrell Mitchell Chris Mooney Greg Coman Greg Coman Greg Coman Rick Linehan Rocky Tuttle Dave Jeranko Clavin Loveall Vic Wallace Mike Johnston Eric Yarber Eric Yarber Brant Bengen Richard Carey Richard Carey Lee Allen Roman Carter Walter Saunders Walter Saunders Kyle Gary Kyle Gary David Griffin David Griffin Antonio Wilson (37) Vern Benard Vern Benard Tim Sams Orlando Winston Cedric Thompson (71) Rod Bryant Jimmy Labita Wes Williams (83) Wes Williams Shiloh Keo (6) Kama Bailey Shiloh Keo Shiloh Keo (63) Justin Veltung

NO

YDS

9

59

2 3 4 6 10 3 14 8 26 28 23 25 10 5 11 6 18 9 6 8 15 20 18 11 13 19 17 17 16 24 32 22 29 23 26 31 18 25 32 19 22 29 26 14 16 15 19 9 13 17 11

58 112 50 105 140 67 146 263 260 126 302 193 101 46 49 29 66 75 116 104 113 209 201 224 184 167 124 281 130 220 232 249 229 225 194 248 188 298 246 77 134 242 130 118 80 53 319 8 133 74 185

LG

AVG

6.2 58

20 11 12 12

61 30 42

41 21 56 35 38 28 40 42 82 29 35 36 91 20 16 19 55 39 45 30 18 100 0.9 10.2 4.4 16.8

29.0 37.3 12.5 17.3 14.0 22.3 10.4 14.5 10.4 4.6 13.1 7.7 10.0 9.2 4.4 4.8 5.1 8.3 19.3 13.0 7.5 10.5 11.2 12.4 14.1 8.8 7.3 16.5 8.1 9.2 7.3 11.3 7.9 9.8 7.5 8.0 10.4 11.9 7.7 4.1 6.1 8.3 5.0 8.4 5.0 3.5 16.8 4 34 20 81

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 INTERCEPTIONS YEAR

G

1962

9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

1988 10 10 1989 11 1990 11 1991 11 1992 11 1993 11 1994 11 1995 10 1996 11 11 1997 11 1998 11 1999 11 2000 11 2001 11 2002 12 12 2003 12 11 2004 12 12 2005 11 2006 12 2007 12 2008 12 2009 13 2010 13 2011 12

NAME

Michael Whiles Ron Kulm Five tied with one Bill Scott Byron Strickland Gerald Ahlin Byron Strickland Joe Tasby Ken Dotson Pat Sprute Bob Juba Pat Sprute Ross Nelson Ross Nelson Randy Hall Bucky Bruns Bill Keilty Bill Keilty Chuck Love Chris Frost Rick Linehan Rick Linehan Ray McCanna Carlton McBride Boyce Bailey Greg Jennings Sam Merriman Lloyd Williamson Tom Hennessey Steve Simpson Steve Simpson Tom Hennessey Virgil Paulsen Kevin Johnson Virgil Paulsen Jerry Medved Charlie Oliver Charlie Oliver Charlie Oliver Sherriden May David Gistarb Cole Wilson Jeff Hill Jason O’Neil Jason Shelt Bryson Gardner Bryson Gardner Bryson Gardner Cleavon Bradshaw Cleavon Bradshaw Brad Rice Sergio Robleto Rod Bryant Kody Kraus Rod Bryant J.R. Ruffin Simeon Stewart D.J. Dykes (T25) Stanley Franks (1) Shiloh Keo (T61) Isaac Butts (T96) Shiloh Keo Shiloh Keo Quin Ashley (T70)

PUNTING

NO

YDS

2 2

23 17

5 4 3 3 3 9 3 3 5 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 5 4 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 8 6 3 3 3 3 7 6 3 4 2 5 4 2 2 4 4 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 9 4 3 3 3 3

107 56 28 38 37 44 24 91 36 65 118 68 66 12 75 21

TD

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

46 76 65 70 15 3 8 31

0 0 0 0 0

22 16 93 36 4 21 0 47 163 153 40 42 56 94 0 0 29 44 19 14 0 0 13 5 25 17 38 37 220 65 41 8 62 105

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

LG

12 38 11 28

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 98 24 48 18 39 15 14 0 0 15 5 22 17 28 20 98 25 25 7 44 78

YEAR G

NAME

NO

YDS

AVG

LG

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Flip Kleffner George Eidam Howard Willis Howard Willis Ken Hall Jim Norton Jim Norton Reg Carolan Mike Mosolf Tom Nelson Mickey Rice Mickey Rice Joe Rodriguez

23 39 18 18 18 35 61 23 51 36 43 54 36

944 1,316 644 720 826 1,208 2,138 936 1,719 1,266 1,723 2,284 1,535

41.1 34.0 35.3 40.0 44.8 34.5 35.0 40.6 33.6 35.1 40.0 42.2 42.1

82

Rudy Linterman Ron Davis Ron Davis Ron Davis Steve Hunter Steve Hunter Steve Tanner Steve Tanner Bob Cheek Paul Cox Ralph Lowe Dion Jergo Dion Jergo Chris Brockman Pete O’Brien Pat Ball Darin Magnuson Darin Magnuson Darin Magnuson Darin Magnuson John Pleas John Pleas Joe Carrasco Joe Carrasco Tom Sugg Erich Gaedeke Eddie Howard Eddie Howard Justin Spiva Mike O’Neal Mike O’Neal Mike O’Neal Justin Spiva Ryan Downes Ryan Downes Ryan Downes (34) Ryan Downes (37) Mike Barrow Mike Barrow (28) T.J. Conley (66) T.J. Conley (60) T.J. Conley (1) Bobby Cowan * Bobby Cowan (10) Bobby Cowan (2)

39 50 55 88 73 31 53 56 56 56 54 43 29 62 50 65 48 53 24 45 43 34 52 53 53 14 37 50 51 46 59 50 72 58 46 56 64 75 43 67 67 58 43 58 88

1,502 2,120 2,178 3,642 3,057 1,371 2,009 2,285 2,145 2,205 2,227 1,650 1,263 2,565 1,976 2,396 1,782 2,152 950 1,690 1,747 1,205 2,171 2,141 2,371 598 1,620 1,968 2,054 1,684 2,499 2,031 2,934 2,081 1,805 2,338 2,702 2,890 1,811 2,640 2,730 2,751 1,850 2,618 4,084

38.5 42.4 39.6 41.3 41.8 44.2 37.9 40.8 38.3 39.4 41.2 38.4 43.6 41.4 39.9 36.7 37.1 40.6 39.6 37.6 40.6 35.4 41.8 40.4 44.7 42.4 43.8 39.4 40.3 36.6 42.2 40.6 40.8 35.9 39.2 41.8 42.2 38.5 42.1 39.4 40.7 47.4 43.0 45.1 46.4

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 NA 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 5 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 13 13 12

* didn’t average enough punts per game for NCAA ranking (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

Y E A R B Y

59

68 65 69 59 77 54 58 62 68 65 57 75 62 57 48 55 74 52 75 65 62 67 56 61 55 67 63 61 55 58 57 58 63 59 60 60 53 77 66 67 74 67 65 76

DAHO FOOTBALL

Y E A R L E A D E R S

137

VANDAL Y E A R B Y Y E A R L E A D E R S

138

TACKLES YEAR

G

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 13 13 12

NAME

Kjel Kiilsgaard Rick Linehan Rick Linehan Larry Barker Sam Merriman Sam Merriman Sam Merriman Mark Tidd Mike Cox Tom Hennessey Tom Hennessey Jerry Medved Jerry Medved Roger Cecil Mark Matthews Will Saffo Duke Garrett Jason Shelt Duke Garrett Jason Shelt Jason Shelt Ryan Skinner Ryan Skinner Chris Nofoaiga Chris Nofoaiga Brad Rice Jordan Kramer Mike Anderson Cole Snyder (10) Cole Snyder T6) David Vobora (7) David Vobora (3) Virdell Larkins Shiloh Keo (T41) Robert Siavii Tre`Shawn Robinson (27)

SACKS TOTAL

SOLO

AT

YEAR

G

116 121 92 97 111 145 125 90 89 107 180 127 118 82 85 94 129 148 87 74 128 132 119 119 111 106 124 97 136 139 134 148 82 113 91 117

50 47 52 28 40 75 60 58 38 41 86 71 77 46 47 53 81 99 39 43 92 99 88 89 76 54 62 44 76 98 101 89 70 72 54 59

66 74 40 69 71 70 51 32 51 66 94 56 41 36 38 42 48 49 48 31 36 33 31 30 35 52 62 53 60 41 33 59 12 41 34 58

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 11 10 11 11 12 11 11 11 12 6 12 9 12 13 13 13 12

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

NAME

Sam Manoa John Andrews John Andrews Nolan Harper Pete Wilkins Marvin Washington Mike Zeller Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Ahmani Johnson Ryan Phillips Ryan Phillips Ryan Phillips Tim Wilson Chris Nofoaiga Chris Nofoaiga Ryan Knowles Brandon Kania Tali Atoe Kody Kraus Brandon Kania Cole Snyder Josh Bousman Charles Campbell Jo`Artis Ratti Siua Musika Jonathan Faraimo Josh Shaw Jonah Sataraka Aaron Lavarias Aaron Lavarias (T22) Korey Toomer

SACKS

YARDS

8 3 3 6.5 12 14.5 8.5 16 20 13.5 7.5 13.5 11 9 11½ 11 10 6 7 6 5 6 5 5 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 17 4

34 61 83 50 121 148 117 33 87 61 29 93 28 75 7 33 20 21 29 25 39 17 21 14 22 27 23 22 85 24

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 PASSING

RUSHING MOST YARDS 1. 345 Russell Davis vs. Portland State 2. 282 Willis Smith vs. Gonzaga 3. 272 Joel Thomas at Boise State 4. 255 Ray McDonald vs. Weber State 5. 241 Ray McDonald vs. Montana 6. 226 Devon Pearce at Boise State 7. 221 Mark Fredback vs. Weber State 221 Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee 9. 214 Deonte’ Jackson vs. Cal Poly 10. 204 Sherriden May at Weber State 11. 202 Sherriden May vs. Weber State 12. 201 Robert Taylor vs. Northern Arizona 13. 199 Darrell Mitchell vs. Idaho State 14. 194 Devon Pearce vs. Northern Arizona 15. 190 Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State 16. 186 Russell Davis vs. Boise State 17. 171 Jayson Bird vs. Arkansas State

10/3/81 1933 11/23/96 11/19/66 10/23/65 11/17/90 10/20/73 10/26/02 9/8/07 9/18/93 9/19/92 11/20/76 11/17/73 11/4/90 10/13/90 11/21/81 11/6/04

QUARTERBACKS RUSHING FOR 100 YARDS (modern era only) 1. 155 Ken Hobart vs. Simon Fraser 2. 122 Eric Hisaw vs. UNLV 3. 119 Rocky Tuttle vs. Pacific

9/5/81 9/17/94 9/17/77

LONGEST RUNS 1. 99 George Wilson vs. Whitman 2. 90 Joel Thomas at Boise State 3. 87 Tim Lappano vs. Washington State 4. 85 Russell Davis (twice) vs. Portland State 5. 82 Willie Alderson vs. Washington 82 Princeton McCarty at BYU 7. 81 Darrell Mitchell vs. Idaho State 81 Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee

10/18/30 11/23/96 11/15/75 10/3/81 9/2/00 11/12/11 11/17/73 10/26/02

TOTAL OFFENSE 1.

657

2.

543

3.

531

4.

478

5.

447

6.

428

7.

426

8.

423

Brian Lindgren at Middle Tennessee State Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado Ryan Fien vs. Wyoming Steve Wichman at New Mexico State Ken Hobart vs. Boise State John Friesz vs. Nevada John Friesz vs. Montana John Friesz vs. Northern Arizona

637 pass, 20 rush 10/6/01 527 pass, 16 rush 9/10/83 542 pass, -11 rush 8/31/96 489 pass, -11 rush 10/29/05 440 pass, 7 rush 11/19/83 446 pass, -18 rush 10/28/89 437 pass, -11 rush 9/28/89 423 pass, 0 rush 10/7/89

MOST YARDS 1. 637 Brian Lindgren vs. Middle Tennessee State 2. 542 Ryan Fien at Wyoming 3. 527 Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado 4. 489 Steve Wichman at New Mexico State 5. 446 John Friesz vs. Nevada 6. 440 Ken Hobart vs. Boise State 7. 437 John Friesz vs. Montana 8. 427 Brian Lindgren vs. Boise State 9. 423 Nathan Enderle vs. Northern Illinois 423 John Friesz at Northern Arizona 423 John Friesz vs. Boise State 12. 420 John Friesz at Montana 13. 415 Scott Linehan at Eastern Washington 415 Brian Lindgren vs. Louisiana-Monroe 15. 410 John Welsh vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 16. 409 John Welsh vs. North Texas 409 John Friesz vs. Montana LONGEST PASS PLAYS 1. 98 Lee Allen from John Friesz vs. Northern Arizona 2. 92 Jimmy Labita from Brian Lindgren vs. North Texas 3. 91 Jack Klein from Rob Petrillo vs. Idaho State 4. 82 Lee Allen from John Friesz vs. Eastern Washington 82 Tim Coles from Dennis Ballock vs. Boise State 6. 81 Daniel Hardy from Nathan Enderle vs. Boise State 7. 80 Kirk Allen from Rocky Tuttle vs. New Mexico State11/19/77 80 Elia Ala’ilima-Daley from Steve Nolan vs. Cal State Chico 80 Brian Allen from Ron Whittenberg vs. Weber State

10/6/01 8/31/96 9/10/83 10/29/05 10/28/89 11/19/83 9/28/89 9/29/01 9/22/07 10/7/89 11/21/87 9/24/88 9/27/86 10/12/02 10/20/01 11/17/01 10/10/87

10/7/89

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 12. 13.

347 347 304 269 257 241 238 238 236 236 231 223 221

Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee St. Russell Davis vs. Portland State Joel Thomas at Boise State D.J. Smith at New Mexico State Jerry Hendren vs. Idaho State Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State Jerry Hendren at San Jose State Kyle Gary vs. Northern Arizona Zach Gerstner at UL-Lafayette Princeton McCarty at New Mexico State Willie Alderson vs. New Mexico State Chris Lacy vs. Boise State Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State

R E C O R D S

10/11/03 10/6/79 10/21/89 11/23/74 11/15/08

10/6/90 10/2/82

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING 1.

S I N G L E G A M E

10/6/01 10/3/81 11/23/96 10/29/05 9/27/69 9/1/90 11/9/68 10/22/94 10/25/03 10/14/11 11/11/00 9/29/01 9/14/85

DAHO FOOTBALL

139

VANDAL S I N G L E G A M E R E C O R D S

140

RECEIVING MOST YARDS RECEIVING 1. 269 D.J. Smith at New Mexico State 2. 257 Jerry Hendren vs. Idaho State 3. 241 Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State 4. 238 Jerry Hendren at San Jose State 5. 231 Jerry Hendren vs. Montana State 6. 222 Jerry Hendren vs. Idaho State 7. 221 Chris Lacy vs. Middle Tennessee State 221 Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State 9. 218 Lee Allen at Northern Arizona 10. 217 Robert Brooks vs. Boise State 11. 213 Vic Wallace vs. Weber State 12. 206 Antonio Wilson vs. Utah State 13. 203 Jerry Hendren vs. Southern Mississippi 14. 200 Yo Murphy at Montana 15. 198 Jerry Hendren vs. Pacific 16. 192 Eric Jorgensen vs. Montana MOST RECEPTIONS 1. 17 Jerry Hendren vs. Southern Mississippi 2. 15 Chris Lacy vs. Middle Tennessee State 3. 14 Eric Yarber vs. Nevada 14 Scott Auker vs. Nevada 14 Jerry Hendren vs. Pacific 6. 12 Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State 12 Neosia Morris vs. Boise State 12 Scott Auker vs. Washington State 12 Robert Scott at Wyoming 12 Antonio Wilson at Nevada 12 Bobby Bernal-Wood at Eastern Michigan 12 Bobby Bernal-Wood vs. UL-Lafayette 12 Bobby Bernal-Wood at North Texas 12 Max Komar vs. Colorado State 15. 11 Antonio Wilson vs. Eastern Washington 11 Rossi Martin vs. Auburn 11 Josh Jelmberg vs. Montana 11 Chris Belser vs. New Mexico State 11 D.J. Smith at New Mexico State

10/29/05 9/27/69 9/1/90 11/9/68 10/25/69 9/28/68 10/6/01 9/14/85 10/7/89 10/11/75 10/2/82 10/26/96 10/3/69 11/7/92 10/5/68 10/10/87

10/3/69 10/6/01 9/28/85 9/28/85 10/5/68 9/14/85 11/21/87 10/13/84 8/31/96 10/18/97 10/2/04 10/16/04 11/13/04 10/03/09 11/2/96 9/11/99 10/5/02 11/23/02 10/29/05

FIELD GOALS LONGEST FIELD GOALS 1. 56 Mike Hollis vs. Northern Arizona 2. 55 Mike Hollis vs. Southwest Texas 55 Ben Davis vs. North Texas 10/31/98 55 Trey Farquhar at San Jose State 4. 54 Trey Farquhar at Nevada 10/24/09 5. 53 Ralph Lowe vs. Idaho State Ricardo Castillo vs. Weber State Tim McMonigle vs. Idaho State Mike Barrow vs. Louisiana Tech 6. 52 Brian Decicio (twice) vs. Northern Arizona Thayne Doyle vs. Weber State Mike Hollis vs. Northern Iowa Ryan Woolverton vs. Idaho State Ben Davis (twice) vs. Wyoming Ben Davis at Boise State 11/18/00 Tino Amancio vs. New Mexico State Tino Amancio at Hawai`i 11/22/08 Trey Farquhar at San Jose State Trey Farquhar vs. Fresno State 7. 51 Ryan Woolverton vs. Southern Utah Tino Amancio vs. Cal Poly 9/8/07 Tino Amancio vs. New Mexico State 8. 50 Tim McMonigle vs. Pacific 9/18/82 Thayne Doyle vs. Weber State Ben Davis vs. Montana 9/9/00 Ben Davis vs. Washington State Mike Barrow vs. Fresno State Trey Farquhar vs. UNLV 9/10/10 Trey Farquhar vs. North Dakota

10/30/93 9/11/93 11/5/11 10/30/76 11/6/71 11/10/82 11/12/05 9/26/87 10/22/88 10/24/92 10/1/94 10/2/99 10/25/08 10/10/09 11/7/09 9/3/94 10/25/08 10/22/88 9/23/00 10/22/05 9/10/11

RETURNS LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 100 Dennis Gibbs vs. UC Davis 2. 99 Jim Norton vs. Utah State 99 Dennis Gibbs vs. Nevada 4. 98 Stanley Franks at Utah State 5. 78 Quin Ashley vs. Utah State 6, 75 Randy Hall at Boise State 7. 74 JoJo Dickson vs. San Diego State 8. 71 Mike Anderson vs. Utah State 9. 70 Cal Hilgenberg at Brigham Young 10. 64 Calvin Loveall at Montana State 11. 61 D.J. Dykes vs. Arkansas State 12. 60 Walt Denny at Oregon 13. 44 Ron Linehan at Utah State

10/11/97 11/15/58 10/24/98 9/30/06 11/19/11 11/25/72 9/19/09 10/1/05 11/11/55 11/9/84 11/5/04 9/29/56 11/14/70

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 99 Dennis Gibbs vs. Boise State 2. 89 Chris Nofoaiga vs. North Texas 3. 74 Jo`Artis Ratti vs. Utah State 4. 70 Tracy Carter vs. Hawai`i 5. 62 Chris Nofoaiga vs. Washington State 6. 50 Dave Longoria vs. Eastern Washington 7. 46 Tim Trahan vs. Stephen F. Austin 8. 29 Ryan Phillips vs. Idaho State 9. 28 Cleavon Bradshaw vs. New Mexico State 10. 17 Barry Mitchell vs. Weber State 11. 4 Duke Garrett vs. Weber State LONGEST PUNT RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 100 Shiloh Keo vs. Northern Illinois

11/21/97 10/9/99 9/30/06 10/29/11 9/18/99 11/2/95 9/2/92 10/1/94 10/30/99 11/12/94 11/12/94 9/22/07

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 RUSHING Carries 82 Nov. 16, 1976 Net yards 526 Sept. 5, 1981 Touchdowns 8 Nov. 30, 1965

PENALTIES vs. Weber State College vs. Simon Fraser University vs. Montana State University

PASSING Attempts 71 Oct. 6, 2001 Opponent 79 Sept. 17, 1994 Completions 49 Oct. 6, 2001 Opponent 48 Sept. 17, 1994 Yards 637 Oct. 6, 2001 Opponent 635 Sept. 17, 1994 Completion percentage 84.9 (29-34) Oct. 14, 1989 Touchdowns 6, 12 times Sept. 21, 2002 Interceptions 8 Oct. 26, 1968

FUMBLES at Middle Tennessee State

at University of Nevada-Las Vegas at Middle Tennessee State at University of Nevada-Las Vegas at Middle Tennessee State at University of Nevada-Las Vegas at Montana State University last vs. San Diego State University at University of Washington

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays 111 Yards 760 Combined 1,445 *

Oct. 5, 1968

vs. University of the Pacific

Oct. 6, 2001

at Middle Tennessee State

Oct. 6, 2001

at Middle Tennessee State *(Idaho 760, MTSU 685)

PUNTING Punts 12, 7 times last, Aug. 30, 2001 (vs. Washington State University) Average 51.0 Nov. 14, 1997 vs. New Mexico State University

PUNT RETURNS Returns 8, twice Yards 125

last, Oct. 26, 2002 (vs. Middle Tennessee State) Oct. 17, 1998

at Utah State University

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns 12 Yards 297

Total 23 Oct. 10, 1992 vs. Idaho State University Yards 204 Oct. 10, 1992 vs. Idaho State University Opponents’ yards 200 Nov. 7, 1981 Northern Arizona University (14 penalties)

Nov. 18, 1967

at University of Houston

Sept. 28, 1946

vs. Stanford University

Total 10 Oct. 18, 1975 Fumbles lost 8, twice last, Oct. 2, 1954 Opponents’ fumbles 7 Oct. 23, 1965

at University of Montana vs. San Jose State University University of Montana

ATTENDANCE Kibbie Dome 17,600 Nov. 18, 1989 Overall home 34,873 Sept. 18, 1999

vs. Boise State University vs. Washington State University

SCORING POINTS 83 1923 Opponents 84 Nov. 15, 1975 TOUCHDOWNS 12 1923 Opponents 12 Nov. 15, 1975 EXTRA POINTS 11 Nov. 13, 1993 Opponents 12 Nov. 15, 1975 FIELD GOALS 5 Nov. 3, 1984 Opponents 8 Oct. 25, 1986 MOST POINTS IN A QUARTER 35 Nov. 12, 1994 Opponent 34 Nov. 2, 1968 MOST POINTS IN A HALF 51 Nov. 12, 1994 Opponent 56 Nov. 15, 1975 HIGHEST TIE 40-40 Nov. 8, 1975 MOST COMBINED POINTS 128 Oct. 6, 2001

College of Idaho

Oct. 6, 2001

at Middle Tennessee State

Oct. 6, 2001

at Middle Tennessee State

Oct. 16, 1976

R E C O R D S

Washington State University vs. College of Idaho Washington State University vs. Lehigh University Washington State University vs. Northern Arizona University Northern Arizona University vs. Weber State College Weber State College vs. Weber State College Washington State University at Weber State College Idaho 58 Middle Tennessee State 70

FIRST DOWNS Total 39 Passing 33 Rushing 32

S I N G L E G A M E

vs. Weber State College

DAHO FOOTBALL

141

VANDAL S I N G L E S E A S O N R E C O R D S

142

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING Carries Net yards Touchdowns

623 3,482 37

PASSING Attempts Completions Completion percentage Yards Average per game Average per completion Touchdowns Interceptions Efficiency

512 2002 315 1987 .633 2004 4,117 1989 374.3 1989 18.2 1981 33 1993, 1983 33 1969 169.1 1993

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Yards Average per play Average per game

950 5,852 7.4 532.0

1975 1975 1993

1985 1993 1993 1993

PUNTING Punts Yards Average

92 3,767 47.4

1970 1970 1991

PUNT RETURNS Returns Yards Average per return

40 497 22.6

1972 1971 1961

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns Yards Average per return

61 1,299 22.8

2004 2010 2010

SCORING Points 522 1993 Average 47.5 1993 Touchdowns 72 1993 Field goals attempts 26 1997 Field goals made 18 2010 Field goal percentage .875 1985 Extra point attempts 72 1993 Extra points made 70 1993 Extra point percentage 100% 9 times (2008, 2007, 2006, 2002, 1993, 1986, 1983, 1982, 1969) Scoring margin average +22.7 1993 Worst scoring margin -31.7 1961 MISCELLANEOUS First downs First downs passing First downs rushing Penalties Penalty yards Fumbles Fumbles lost

317 177 154 116 1,027 55 34

1985 1987 1975 1992 1991 1973 1973

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 PASSING

Doug Nussmeier and John Friesz - Walter Payton Award winners and two of the best quarterbacks in school history.

Percentage

Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

John Friesz Nathan Enderle Ken Hobart Ryan Fien John Friesz Ken Hobart

1987 2010 1983 1996 1989 1982

502 478 477 455 425 418

1987 2010 1983 1996 1989 2000 2002 1986

311 271 268 267 260 251 240 231

Completions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

John Friesz Nathan Enderle Ken Hobart Ryan Fien John Friesz John Welsh Brian Lindgren Scott Linehan

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien Ken Hobart Nathan Enderle Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier Scott Linehan

1989 1987 1996 1983 2010 1991 2000 1982 1992 1993 1986

4,041 3,677 3,674 3,618 3,314 3,300 3,171 3,058 3,028 2,960 2,954

Average Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier

1989 1987 1996 1983 1991

367.4 334.3 334.0 328.9 300.0

Passing Efficiency

(minimum 150 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rick Sloan Mike Harrington John Welsh John Welsh Brian Lindgren Steve Nolan John Friesz Doug Nussmeier Nathan Enderle John Friesz

(minimum 75 attempts)

1985 2004 2001 2000 2002 1990 1987 1992 2009 1989

68.1 65.8 64.4 62.9 62.8 62.3 62.0 61.9 61.5 61.1

1993 1983 1989 1987 1996

33 32 31 28 27

Touchdown Passes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien

Best Touchdown Percentage (attempts per touchdown; minimum 75 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Doug Nussmeier Brian Brennan Eric Hisaw Ken Hobart John Friesz

1993 1994 1994 1980 1989

9.2 11.1 11.4 13.2 13.7

Consecutive Games 300+ Yards 1. John Friesz

1989

10

Passes Without An Interception 1. John Friesz

1989

173

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Doug Nussmeier Steve Nolan Eric Hisaw John Friesz Brian Brennan Nathan Enderle Doug Nussmeier Brian Reader * Rick Sloan Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Brian Lindgren

1993 1990 1994 1989 1994 2009 1992 2009 1985 1991 2001 2003

175.2 164.2 164.1 161.4 157.8 157.3 154.1 150.72 148.8 147.8 147.4 144.3

* in a backup role (completed 47 of 81)

Interceptions Thrown 1. Steve Olson 2. Ken Hobart 3. Steve Wichman Nathan Enderle 5. John Friesz John Welsh Nathan Enderle

1968 1983 2005 2007 1988 2000 2008

21 19 18 18 17 17 17

Best Interception Percentage (attempts per interception; minimum 75 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Eric Hisaw Brian Brennan Steve Nolan Doug Nussmeier John Welsh John Friesz Ken Hobart

1994 1997 1990 1993 2001 1989 1982

159.0 77.4 75.5 60.8 56.8 53.1 52.3

DAHO FOOTBALL

S I N G L E S E A S O N R E C O R D S

143

VANDAL S I N G L E S E A S O N R E C O R D S

RUSHING Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Devon Pearce Ray McDonald Zach Gerstner Deonte` Jackson Willie Alderson Sherriden May Sherriden May Joel Thomas

Average Per Game 1990 1966 2003 2007 2000 1992 1994 1998

267 259 256 240 238 237 231 231

1990 1994 1966 1993 1998 2000 2007 2003 1996 1981 1992 1965

1,393 1,370 1,329 1,267 1,229 1,195 1,175 1,157 1,148 1,117 1,111 1,002

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Devon Pearce Sherriden May Ray McDonald Sherriden May Joel Thomas Willie Alderson Deonte` Jackson Zach Gerstner Joel Thomas Russell Davis Sherriden May Ray McDonald

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Sherriden May Sherriden May Russell Davis Joel Thomas 7. Willie Alderson 8. Joel Thomas 9. Tim Lappano

1966 1990 1994 1993 1981 1998 2000 1996 1979

132.9 126.6 124.6 115.2 111.7 111.7 108.6 104.4 102.4

Average Per Carry (minimum 40 carries)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tim Lappano Russell Davis Terry Idler Robert Taylor Bob Mays

1975 1981 1980 1976 1949

8.41 7.98 7.14 7.01 6.80

144

DEVON PEARCE Touchdowns Touc To T uchd hdow owns ns 1. S Sherriden herr he rrid iden en May May 2. Sherriden May 3. De`Maundray Woolridge 4. Joel Thomas 5. Devon Pearce Ray McDonald 7. Ray McDonald Joel Thomas

1992 1992 1993 2009 1998 1990 1965 1966 1996

21 21 20 18 16 15 15 14 14

RECEIVING Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Bobby Bernal-Wood Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Scott Auker Antonio Wilson Eric Yarber Kasey Dunn Scott Auker Yo Murphy David Griffin

Yards 2004 1969 1990 1968 1991 1985 1997 1985 1989 1984 1992 1996

96 95 88 86 85 80 77 75 73 72 68 68

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Touchdown Receptions

Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Antonio Wilson Lee Allen Kasey Dunn Yo Murphy Kyle Gary Eric Yarber Kasey Dunn

1968 1969 1991 1996 1989 1990 1992 1994 1985 1989

1,457 1,452 1,263 1,203 1,168 1,164 1,156 1,132 1,103 1,101

1. 2. 3.

Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Max Komar Kyle Gary Brian Allen 5. Antonio Wilson Alan Allen Kasey Dunn Lee Allen 10. Eric Yarber Dwight McKinzie Robert Scott

1968 1969 2009 1984 1983 1997 1993 1989 1989 1985 1995 1996

14 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

Average Per Reception (minimum 15 receptions)

Receptions Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Bobby Bernal-Wood Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Kasey Dunn Eric Yarber

2004 1969 1968 1990 1991 1985

9.80 9.50 8.60 8.00 7.73 7.50

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Brian Allen David Jackson Joe Chapman Alan Allen Jack Klein Vic Wallace Keith Neal Vic Wallace Bob Dehlinger Ethan Jones

1983 1989 1964 1993 1981 1982 1993 1981 1957 1998

26.3 26.2 25.4 25.3 24.9 24.3 24.2 23.8 23.3 21.9

Best Touchdown Percentage (receptions per TD; minimum 15 receptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Keith Neal Alan Allen Brian Allen Curtis Johnson Collie Mack

1993 1993 1983 1983 1972

2.29 2.70 2.82 3.50 3.75

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 PUNTING

MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSE Total Offense

Zach Gerstner combined runs and receptions to set an all-time record for all-purpose plays in 2003.

All-purpose Rushing Plays 1. Zach Gerstner 2. Devon Pearce 3. Willie Alderson 4. Ray McDonald 5. Sherriden May 6. Deonte` Jackson 7. Sherriden May 8. Joel Thomas

2003 1990 2000 1966 1992 2007 1994 1996

289 284 283 271 265 257 253 251

Yards 1. Sherriden May 2. Willie Alderson 3. Sherriden May 4. Vic Wallace 5. Sherriden May 6. Chris Lacy 7. Devon Pearce 8. Brant Bengen 9. Joel Thomas 10. Zach Gerstner

1993 2000 1994 1982 1992 2001 1990 1986 1996 2003

1,894 1,815 1,634 1,631 1,620 1,602 1,589 1,535 1,474 1,468

Average Per Game 1. Sherriden May 2. Willie Alderson 3. Sherriden May 4. Vic Wallace 5. Sherriden May 6. Jerry Hendren Ray McDonald

1993 2000 1994 1982 1992 1968 1966

172.2 165.0 148.6 148.3 147.3 145.7 145.7

Plays 1. Ken Hobart 2. Ken Hobart 3. John Friesz 4. Nathan Enderle 5. Scott Linehan 6. Ryan Fien

1983 1982 1987 2010 1986 1996

578 553 543 537 518 514

Yards 1. John Friesz 2. Ken Hobart 3. Ryan Fien 4. Doug Nussmeier 5. John Friesz 6. Doug Nussmeier 7. Doug Nussmeier 8. Ken Hobart 9. Scott Linehan 10. John Welsh

1989 1983 1996 1993 1987 1991 1992 1982 1986 2000

3,853 3,800 3,609 3,514 3,489 3,460 3,437 3,280 3,279 3,199

Average Yards Per Game 1. John Friesz 2. Ken Hobart 3. Ryan Fien 4. Doug Nussmeier 5. John Friesz

1989 1983 1996 1993 1987

350.3 345.5 328.1 319.5 317.2

Average Yards Per Play 1. Doug Nussmeier

1993

8.78

Scoring Total points 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. De`Maundray Woolridge 4. Devon Pearce 5. Joel Thomas 6. Ryan Woolverton

1992 1993 2009 1992 1998 1994

Average Per Game 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. Devon Pearce 4. Joel Thomas 5. Ray McDonald Ray McDonald

1992 13.6 1993 12.0 1990 9.27 1998 9.1 1966 9.0 1965 9.0

Touchdowns 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. De`Maundray Woolridge 4. Devon Pearce Willie Alderson 6. Joel Thomas 7. Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Joel Thomas

1992 1993 2009 1990 2000 1998 1966 1965 1996

150 132 108 102 100 96

25 22 18 17 17 16 15 15 15

T.J. Conley, who wrapped up his Vandal career in 2008, has the school’s best single-season per-punt average.

Total Tota To tall 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Ron Davis Bobby Cowan Mike Barrow Steve Hunter Justin Spiva T.J. Conley T.J. Conley Pat Ball Ryan Downes Chris Brockman

1970 2011 2004 1971 1999 2007 2006 1982 2003 1980

88 88 75 73 72 67 67 65 64 62

2011 1970 1971 1999 2004 2008 2007 2003 2006 2010 1980 1997

4,084 3,642 3,057 2,934 2,890 2,751 2,730 2,702 2,640 2,618 2,565 2,499

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Bobby Cowan Ron Davis Steve Hunter Justin Spiva Mike Barrow T.J. Conley T.J. Conley Ryan Downes T.J. Conley Bobby Cowan Chris Brockman Mike O’Neal

Average Yards Per Punt (minimum 25 punts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

T.J. Conley Bobby Cowan Bobby Cowan Tom Sugg Steve Hunter Dion Jergo Bobby Cowan Joe Rodriguez Mike O’Neal Ron Davis

2008 2011 2010 1991 1972 1979 2009 1965 1997 1968

47.4 46.4 45.1 44.7 44.2 43.6 43.0 42.6 42.4 42.4

DAHO FOOTBALL

S I N G L E S E A S O N R E C O R D S

145

VANDAL S I N G L E S E A S O N R E C O R D S

146

KICKING Field Goals

Conversions

Attempted 1. Troy Scott 2. Trey Farquhar Ben Davis Brian Decicio 5. Ryan Woolverton Brian Decicio

1997 2010 1998 1986 1994 1987

26 25 25 25 22 22

Made 1. Trey Farquhar 2. Mike Barrow 3. Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Tim McMonigle 6. Tino Amancio Ryan Woolverton Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio

2010 2005 1988 1987 1984 2007 1994 1990 1985

18 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

Attempted 1. Mike Hollis 2. Ryan Woolverton Mike Hollis 4. Trey Farquhar 5. Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

1993 1994 1992 2009 1991 1990

68 56 56 51 49 49

Made 1. Mike Hollis 2. Ryan Woolverton Mike Hollis 4. Trey Farquhar 5. Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

1993 1994 1992 2009 1991 1990

68 54 54 50 45 45

Percentage (minimum 20 attempts)

1.

Percentage (minimum 10 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Brian Decicio Mike Barrow Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Trey Farquhar Thayne Doyle Tino Amancio Troy Scott Tino Amancio 10. Thayne Doyle

1985 2005 2007 1984 2010 1988 2008 1996 2006 1990

87.5 84.2 77.8 75.0 72.0 71.4 70.8 70.6 70.6 70.0

Tino Amancio is one of six Idaho kickers to post a flawless PAT season - and he achieved it all four years of his Idaho career.

Tino Amancio Tino Amancio Tino Amancio Keith Stamps Mike Hollis Brian Decicio Tim McMonigle Tim McMonigle Ricardo Castillo Tino Amancio

2008 2007 2006 2002 1993 1986 1983 1982 1969 2006

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

RETURNS Kickoff Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dewey Hale Kama Bailey Cedric Thompson J.R. Ruffin Tom Pace Justin Veltung Collie Mack Raymond Fry Jeffrey Townsley Dick Mooney Matt Miller 12. Kama Bailey Chris Lacy Andy Linterman

2007 2008 2002 2004 1996 2010 1974 2006 1997 1961 2003 2009 2001 1967

42 41 37 36 32 30 28 26 25 23 23 22 22 22

Return Yards 1. Kama Bailey 2. Dewey Hale 3. Tom Pace 4. Cedric Thompson 5. J.R. Ruffin

2008 2007 1996 2002 2004

955 902 839 836 751

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Justin Veltung Collie Mack Jeffrey Townsley Brant Bengen Chris Lacy Blair Lewis Matt Miller Dick Mooney

2010 1974 1997 1984 2001 2001 2003 1961

686 597 581 547 530 520 503 491

Average Per Return (minimum 10 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jay Buhler Chris Lacy Tom Pace Brant Bengen Robert Taylor Ken Dotson

1952 1999 1996 1984 1976 1967

28.0 27.2 26.2 26.0 25.1 24.9

1999 1991 1996

32 32 31

Punt Returns 1. 3.

Vern Benard Walter Saunders David Griffin

4.

7.

Cedric Thompson Kyle Gary Bill Williams Terry Moreland

Punt Return Yards 1. Shiloh Keo 2. Kelly Courage 3. Vern Benard 4. Richard Carey 5. Ken Dotson 6. Terry Moreland

2002 1993 1947 1970

29 29 29 28

2007 1971 1998 1988 1968 1969

319 302 298 281 263 260

Average Per Punt Return (minimum 9 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Shiloh Keo Richard Carey Ken Dotson Rod Maynard Bill Scott Dick Nelson

2007 1988 1968 1971 1965 1967

16.8 16.5 14.5 14.3 14.0 13.9

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 DEFENSE

S I N G L E S E A S O N R E C O R D S

Stanley Franks is one of three players tied for the Vandal record with nine interceptions in one season, while Tom Hennessey’s record of 180 single-season tackles set in 1986 still stands.

Pass defense Interceptions 1. Stanley Franks Ken Dotson Jim Norton 4. Tom Hennessey 5. Charlie Oliver 6. Charlie Oliver Virgil Paulsen Ross Nelson Art Chubb Wayne Marquess

2006 1968 1958 1985 1989 1990 1986 1971 1968 1968

9 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6

Return Yards 1. Stanley Franks 2. Jim Norton 3. Charlie Oliver 4. Sherriden May 5. Art Chubb 6. Dennis Gibbs

2006 1958 1990 1991 1968 1997

220 217 163 153 147 146

Average Per Return

Pass Deflections 1. Charlie Oliver 2. Miregi Huma 3. Dennis Gibbs 4. Cedric West Cleavon Bradshaw Tom Hennessey Jason Shelt David Vobora 4. Sam Merriman 5. Cole Snyder 6. Sam Merriman 7. John Kirtland Cole Snyder 9. David Vobora 10. Ryan Skinner 11. Duke Garrett 12. Jason Shelt

Charlie Oliver Art Chubb Stanley Franks Jim Norton Ross Nelson Carlton McBride

20 16 14 13 13

1986 1993 2007 1981 2005 1979 1975 2004 2006 1997 1992 1996

180 148 148 145 139 138 136 136 134 132 129 128

1. 2. 3. 4.

Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Marvin Washington Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson

1991 1990 1988 1994 1992

20 16 14.5 13.5 13.5

1976 1975

5 5 4

1999 1997

151 99

Miscellaneous defense Fumble Recoveries 1. Barry Hopkins Greg Coman 3. Four with

Fumble Return Yards 1. 2.

Chris Nofoaiga Dennis Gibbs

Tackles For Loss

(minimum 4 interceptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Quarterback Sacks 1990 1993 1999 1994 2000

Tackles 1. 2.

147

1990 1968 2006 1958 1972 1980

(includes quarterback sacks)

27.2 24.5 24.4 24.1 23.6 21.8

1. 2. 3. 5.

Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson Chris Nofoaiga Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips

1994 1991 1999 1992 1995

28.5 28 27 27 24

DAHO FOOTBALL

VANDAL C A R E E R

PASSING

R E C O R D S

Nate Enderle’s 1,427 career pass attempts are an all-time record for an Idaho quarterback.

ATTEMPTS

148

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Nathan Enderle 2007-10 John Friesz 1986-89 Ken Hobart 1980-83 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 John Welsh 1998-2001 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Steve Olson 1968-70

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

John Friesz 1986-89 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 Ken Hobart 1980-83 John Welsh 1998-2001 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Steve Olson 1968-70

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

John Friesz 1986-89 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 John Welsh 1998-2001 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Ken Hobart 1980-83 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Steve Olson 1968-70

305.6 277.5 224.3 224.1 211.4 208.1 206.4 203.9

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 801 779 746 629 584 549 513 390

YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

PASS EFFICIENCY

AVERAGE PER GAME 1,427 1,350 1,219 1,205 968 947 841 822

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 10,824 John Friesz 1986-89 10,697 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 10,064 Ken Hobart 1980-83 9,300 John Welsh 1998-2001 7,401 Scott Linehan 1982-86 7,018 Brian Lindgren 2001-04 6,451 Steve Olson 1968-70 5,098 Brian Brennan 1994 -97 5,028 Brian Reader 2009-11 4,144 Mike Harrington 2002-05 3,567 Eric Hisaw 1992-95 3,470 Rick Seefried 1971-73 2,845 Rick Sloan 1984-85 2,593 Dave Comstock 1972-75 2,213 Wayne Anderson 1950-52 2,135 Jay Goodenbour 1978-79 1,504 Howard Willis 1955-57 1,467

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 Ken Hobart 1980-83 John Friesz 1986-89 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 John Welsh 1998-2001 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Brian Brennan 1994-97

91 79 77 74 55 45 44 42

BEST TOUCHDOWN PERCENTAGE (attempts per touchdowns; minimum 150 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Steve Nolan Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart Brian Brennan John Friesz

1987-90 1990-93 1980-83 1994-97 1986-89

11.1 13.2 15.4 16.3 17.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

(min. 150 attempts)

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 Rick Sloan 1984-85 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 John Welsh 1998-2001 John Friesz 1986-89 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Mike Harrington 2002-05 Brian Reader 2009-11 Brian Brennan 1994-97 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Craig Juntunen 1976-77

61.9 61.5 61.0 60.3 59.3 58.0 57.8 55.5 54.9 54.6 52.1

Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Steve Olson 1968-70 Ken Hobart 1980-83 John Friesz 1986-89 Rick Seefried 1971-73 John Welsh 1998-2001 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93

60 50 42 40 39 38 32

BEST INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE (attempts per interceptions; minimum 150 attempts)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 154.4 Eric Hisaw 1992-95 146.6 John Friesz 1986-89 138.8 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 136.0 John Welsh 1998-2001 135.5 Brian Brennan 1994 -97 134.1 Rick Sloan 1984-85 133.4 Brian Reader 2009-11 132.05 Ken Hobart 1980-83 130.2 Scott Linehan 1982-86 129.8 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 122.65 Mike Harrington 2002-04 110.86 Mike Monahan 1963-64 100.5 Steve Olson 1968-70 100.2 Craig Juntunen 1976-77 95.7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Steve Nolan Brian Brennan Doug Nussmeier John Friesz Eric Hisaw Scott Linehan Brian Lindgren Ken Hobart

1987-90 1994-97 1990-93 1986-89 1992-95 1982-86 2001-03 1980-83

78.5 68.3 37.7 33.8 33.3 32.7 30.0 29.0

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Joel Thomas is Idaho’s all-time leading rusher with 765 attempts for 3,929 yards and 51 touchdowns.

AVERAGE PER CARRY

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ken Hobart Ray McDonald Deonte` Jackson Devon Pearce

1993-98 1992-94 1980-83 1964-66 2007-10 1988-91

765 689 628 603 601 551

(minimum 80 carries)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Willis Smith Russell Davis Wilbur Gary Terry Idler Robert Taylor

1929-32 1978-81 1954-55 1978-81 1975-77

YARDS

AVERAGE PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Joel Thomas 1993-98 3,929 Sherriden May 1992-94 3,748 Willis Smith 1929-32 3,029 Ray McDonald 1964-66 2,916 Devon Pearce 1988-90 2,724 Deonte` Jackson 2007-10 2,700 Princeton McCarty 2008-11 2,245 Russell Davis 1978-81 2,200 Tim Lappano 1975-79 2,196 Zach Gerstner 2000-03 2,115 Anthony Tenner 1997-2001 2,010 Ken Hobart 1980-83 1,826 Robert Brooks 1974-78 1,714 John Brogan 1948-50 1,662 J.C. Chadband 1973-75 1,582 Robert Taylor 1975-77 1,548 Bruce Harris 1987-89 1,494 Willie Alderson 1997-2000 1,452 Todd Hoiness 1985-87 1,449 Fred Riley 1970-71 1,439

Sherriden May Ray McDonald Willis Smith Joel Thomas Deonte` Jackson Devon Pearce

8.73 6.34 6.22 6.09 5.95

1992-94 113.6 1964-66 97.2 1929-32 86.5 1993-98 85.4 2007- 78.0 1988-90 69.8

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Ken Hobart

1993-98 1992-94 1964-66 1988-90 1980-83

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19.

Kasey Dunn 1988-91 Jerry Hendren 1967-69 Scott Auker 1983-85 Chris Lacy 1998-2001 Josh Jelmberg 1999-2002 Antonio Wilson 1996-97 Yo Murphy 1989-92 Max Komar 2006-09 Lee Allen 1987-89 Eric Yarber 1984-85 Brant Bengen 1984-86 Orlando Winston 2001-03 Wendell Octave 2003-06 David Griffin 1993-96 Dwight McKinzie 1992-95 Kyle Gary 1983-84 Neosia Morris 1986-87 Bobby Bernal-Woods 2003-04 Ron Whittenburg 1982-83

RECEPTION YARDS 268 230 170 152 146 142 140 132 129 124 122 122 115 113 112 111 111 105

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kasey Dunn Jerry Hendren Chris Lacy Yo Murphy Lee Allen Antonio Wilson Max Komar Brant Bengen Dwight McKinzie Eric Yarber Scott Auker 12. Kyle Gary

149

AVERAGE PER RECEPTION

1988-91 1967-69 1998-2001 1989-92 1987-89 1996-97 2006-09 1984-86 1992-95 1984-85 1983-85 1993-94

3,847 3,435 2,368 2,267 2,199 2,113 2,108 2,075 2,050 1,920 1,920 1,762

(minimum 32 receptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Vic Wallace Alan Allen Brian Allen David Jackson Curtis Johnson Joe Chapman Keith Neal David Jackson Dwight McKinzie Jett Taylor

1981-82 1990-93 1982-83 1987-89 1980-83 1963-65 1993-94 1988-89 1992-95 1977-78

24.1 23.0 22.7 22.5 20.3 20.0 19.4 19.1 18.1 17.0

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS AVERAGE RECEPTIONS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jerry Hendren Eric Yarber Antonio Wilson Kasey Dunn Bobby Bernal-Woods Neosia Morris

1967-69 1984-85 1996-97 1988-91 2003-04 1986-87

7.67 6.79 6.45 6.38 5.73 5.29

R E C O R D S

51 50 36 33 26

RECEIVING RECEPTIONS

C A R E E R

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Lee Allen Chris Lacy Antonio Wilson Yo Murphy Eric Yarber Brian Allen Dwight McKinzie 10. Kyle Gary

1967-69 1988-91 1987-89 1998-2001 1996-97 1989-92 1984-85 1982-83 1992-95 1993-94

27 25 22 18 17 17 17 17 17 16

DAHO FOOTBALL

VANDAL C A R E E R R E C O R D S

150

MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSE Scoring

All-Purpose Rushing

1. Sherriden May 1991-93 2. Joel Thomas 1993-98 3. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 4. Brian Decicio 1985-87 5. Tim McMonigle 1981-84 6. Ray McDonald 1964-66 7. Devon Pearce 1988-91 8. Ben Davis 1998-2000 9. Mike Hollis 1992-93 10. Neil Irving 1919-22 Average Per Game 1. Sherriden May 1991-94 2. Ryan Woolverton 1994-95 3. Ray McDonald 1964-66 4. Brian Decicio 1985-87 5. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 Touchdowns 1. Sherriden May 1991-93 2. Joel Thomas 1993-98 3. Ray McDonald 1964-66 4. Devon Pearce 1988-91 5. Jerry Hendren 1967-68 6. Ken Hobart 1980-83 7. Russell Davis 1978-81 8. Lee Allen 1987-89 9. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 Willie Alderson 1999-2000 Eric Yarber 1984-85 J.C. Chadband 1973-75 Willis Smith 1929-32

366 323 307 237 224 222 212 200 176 170 8.32 7.80 7.40 7.18 7.14 61 52 37 35 27 26 24 22 19 19 19 19 19

Plays 1. Joel Thomas 1993-98 2. Sherriden May 1991-94 3. Deonte` Jackson 2007-10 4. Ray McDonald 1964-66 5. Ken Hobart 1980-83 6. Zach Gerstner 2000-03 7. Princeton McCarty 2008-11 8. Devon Pearce 1988-90 Yards 1. Sherriden May 1991-93 2. Joel Thomas 1993-98 3. Kasey Dunn 1988-91 4. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 5. Brant Bengen 1984-86 6. Jerry Hendren 1967-69 7. Princeton McCarty 2008-11 8. Deonte` Jackson 2007-10 9. Kama Bailey 2008-11 10. Ray McDonald 1964-66 11. Zach Gerstner 2000-03 12. Willie Alderson 1997-2000 13. Russell Davis 1978-81 14. Justin Veltung 200915. Tim Lappano 1975-79 16. Lee Allen 1987-89 17. Vic Wallace 1981-82 Average Per Game 1. Eric Yarber 1984-85 2. Jerry Hendren 1967-69 3. Vic Wallace 1981-82 4. Sherriden May 1991-93 Brant Bengen 1984-86

Total Offense Plays 1. Ken Hobart 1980-83 1,847 2. Nathan Enderle 2007-10 1,655 3. Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 1,556 4. John Friesz 1986-89 1,459 5. Scott Linehan 1982-86 1,223 6. John Welsh 1998-2001 1,167 7. Steve Olson 1968-70 1,016 Yards 1. Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 12,027 2. Ken Hobart 1980-83 11,126 3. John Friesz 1986-89 10,187 4. Nathan Enderle 2007-10 9,735 5. John Welsh 1998-2001 7,578 6. Scott Linehan 1982-86 7,550 7. Brian Lindgren 2001-03 6,354 8. Brian Brennan 1994-97 5,027 Average Per Game 1. Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 308.4 2. John Friesz 1986-89 291.1 3. Ken Hobart 1980-83 252.9 4. John Welsh 1998-2001 229.6 5. Scott Linehan 1982-86 222.1 6. Nathan Enderle 2007-10 216.6 7. Brian Lindgren 2001-03 198.6 8. Steve Olson 1968-70 194.1

966 739 669 629 628 558 515 448 5,320 4,737 3,847 3,820 3,685 3,448 3,386 3,276 3,242 3,125 2,927 2,826 2,816 2,636 2,613 2,597 2,500 128.9 114.9 113.6 111.7 111.7

RETURNS KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Kama Bailey 2008-11 2. Justin Veltung 20093. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 4. Collie Mack 1972-74 5. Justin Veltung 2009Brant Bengen 1984-86 7. Jeffrey Townsley 1997-00 8. Richard Carey 1985-88 9. Jeff Guillory 1967-69 10. Kirk Allen 1975-78

76 70 58 57 47 47 40 39 36 35

Yards 1. Kama Bailey 2008-11 1,725 2. Justin Veltung 2009- 1,605 3. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 1,452 4. Collie Mack 1972-74 1,244 5. Justin Veltung 2009- 1,111 6. Brant Bengen 1984-86 1,069 7. Richard Carey 1985-88 920 8. Jeffrey Townsley 1997-00 886 9. Jeff Guillory 1967-69 760 Montrell Williams 1994-95 760 Average Per Return (minimum 35 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Montrell Williams 1994-95 Jay Buhler 1951-53 Chris Lacy 1998-2001 Richard Carey 1985-88 Antwaun Sherman 2004-05 Justin Veltung 2009Kama Bailey 2008-11 Brant Bengen 1984-86

34.2 26.9 25.0 23.6 23.4 22.9 22.7 22.7

PUNT RETURNS 1. David Griffin 2. Vern Benard 3. Terry Moreland 4. Shiloh Keo 5. Cal Loveall 6. Kyle Gary 7. Brant Bengen

1993-96 1996-98 1969-70 2006-10 1981-84 1993-94 1984-86

60 59 54 53 42 38 37

Return Yards 1. Shiloh Keo 2. Vern Benard 3. Shiloh Keo 4. David Griffin 5. Kyle Gary 6. Brant Bengen 7. Ken Dotson 8. Richard Carey John Brogan

2006-10 1996-98 20061993-96 1993-94 1984-86 1967-68 1985-88 1948-50

585 556 511 478 454 424 413 412 412

Average Per Return 1. John Brogan 2. Shiloh Keo 3. Bill Scott 4. Shiloh Keo 5. Rod Maynard 6. Eric Yarber 7. Ken Dotson

1948-50 20071963-65 20061971-72 1984-85 1967-68

16.5 16.4 14.8 14.2 13.0 12.7 12.5

UNIVERSITY OF I

LS 2012 KICKING

PUNTING

C A R E E R R E C O R D S

Mike Hollis had one of the best careers in Vandal history before embarking on a professional kicking career.

Bobby Cowan heads into the 2012 season as a senior and the Idaho record-holder for best average per punt.

Conversions ns

Field Fiel Fi eld d go goal goals als s

Attempts 1. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 2. Mike Hollis 1992-93 3. Tim McMonigle 1981-84 4. Brian Decicio 1985-87 5. Trey Farquhar 20096. Ben Davis 1999-2000

174 124 123 122 116 115

Attempted 1. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 2. Brian Decicio 1985-87 3. Ben Davis 1998-2000 4. Trey Farquhar 20095. Tim McMonigle 1981-84 6. Tino Amancio 2006-08 7. Ricardo Castillo 1969-71

75 63 55 54 52 48 47

Made 1. Thayne Doyle 2. Mike Hollis Tim McMonigle 4. Brian Decicio 5. Trey Farquhar 6. Pete O’Brien

160 122 122 114 113 105

Made 1. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 2. Brian Decicio 1985-87 Trey Farquhar 20094. Tino Amancio 2006-08 Tim McMonigle 1981-84 5. Ben Davis 1999-2000 6. Trey Farquhar 20097. Ricardo Castillo 1969-71 Ryan Woolverton 1994-95

49 41 41 34 34 32 31 26 26

1988-91 1992-93 1981-84 1985-87 20091978-81

Percentage (minimum 35 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Mike Hollis Trey Farquhar Keith Stamps Troy Scott Steve Tanner

2006-08 1981-84 1992-93 20092001-02 1996-97 1972-74

1.000 99.2 98.4 97.4 97.1 96.3 96.0

Percentage

Punting Pu Punt P unt ntin ing in g Punts 1. Ryan Downes 2. T.J. Conley 3. Ron Davis 4. Bobby Cowan 5. Darin Magnuson 6. Mike O’Neal 7. Wayne Anderson

2000-03 2005-08 1968-70 20091983-86 1996-98 1950-52

224 220 193 189 170 155 120

Yards 1 T.J. Conley 2. Ryan Downes 3. Bobby Cowan 4. Ron Davis 5. Darin Magnuson 6. Mike O’Neal 7. Mickey Rice 8. Mike Barrow 9. Steve Tanner

2005-08 2000-03 20091968-70 1983-86 1996-98 1962-64 2003-04 1972-74

9,242 8,926 8,552 7,940 6,574 6,214 4,850 4,701 4,586

(minimum 35 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Trey Farquhar Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Ryan Woolverton Mike Barrow Darrel Danielson

20092006-08 1982-84 1988-89 1985-87 1994-95 2003-05 1965-67

75.9 70.8 65.4 65.3 65.1 65.0 64.1 63.6

Yards Per Punt (minimum 45 punts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Bobby Cowan Steve Hunter T.J. Conley Chris Brockman Eddie Howard Ralph Lowe Ron Davis

20091971-72 2005-08 1979-80 1993-94 1976-77 1968-70

45.2 42.6 42.0 41.3 41.2 41.2 41.1

DAHO FOOTBALL

151

VANDAL C A R E E R

DEFENSE

R E C O R D S

Ryan Phillips and Sam Merriman made their marks at Idaho before heading to the NFL.

152

Tackles

Interceptions

Total 1. Sam Merriman 1979-82 2. Jason Shelt 1992-96 3. Tom Hennessey 1983-86 4. Duke Garrett 1990-94 5. Shiloh Keo 2006-10 6. Chris Nofoaiga 1997-2000 7. David Vobora 2004-07 8. Brad Rice 1998-2001 9. Mark Tidd 1983-86 10. Jerry Medved 1985-88 11. Cole Snyder 2003-05 12. Jordan Kramer 1999-2002 13. Boyce Bailey 1980-83 14. Jeff Robinson 1989-92 15. Ryan Phillips 1993-96 16. Larry Barker 1977-80 17. Ryan Skinner 1995-98 18. Roger Cecil 1987-90

1. 2. 3. 4.

519 461 390 360 358 355 342 314 313 312 306 290 285 277 275 272 271 264

Tackles for loss (includes quarterback sacks)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson Chris Nofoaiga Tim Wilson John Sirmon Matt Jasik

1993-96 1989-92 1997-2000 1994-97 1989-92 1996-99

91 90 62 48½ 46 42

Quarterback sacks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips Barry Mitchell Tim Wilson John Sirmon

1989-92 1993-96 1993-96 1994-97 1989-91

57½ 39½ 28½ 25½ 23

Charlie Oliver Tom Hennessey Ross Nelson Jim Norton Bryson Gardner 6. Shiloh Keo Virgil Paulsen Ken Dotson 9. Stanley Franks Mark Tidd Rick Linehan 12. Sam Merriman Pat Sprute Byron Strickland

Pass deflections 1987-90 1983-86 1971-73 1957-59 1996-99 2006-10 1984-87 1967-68 2006-07 1983-86 1975-78 1979-82 1969-71 1965-67

17 16 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9

Interception return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Dennis Gibbs Jim Norton Stanley Franks Ross Nelson Charlie Oliver Randy Hall

1997-00 1957-59 2006-06 1971-73 1987-90 1971-73

257 230 225 221 210 205

1. Charlie Oliver 1987-90 2. Jeff Jordan 1989-92 Dennis Gibbs 1997-2000 3. Cleavon Bradshaw1999-2000 David Gistarb 1991-92 6. Shiloh Keo 2006-10 Terry Green 1988-91 Kris McCall 1989-90

34 31 31 24 23 21 21 21

Fumble Recoveries 1. Kjel Kiilsgaard John Kirtland Sam Merriman Brad Rice 5. Shiloh Keo Ryan Skinner Greg Coman Jason Shelt

1974-76 1974-76 1979-82 1998-2001 2006-10 1995-98 1975-77 1992-96

7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

Fumble return yards 1. Chris Nofoaiga 1997-2000 2. Dennis Gibbs 1997-2000 3. Cleavon Bradshaw 1999-2000

151 99 28

Average per interception return (minimum 6 interceptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Randy Hall Stanley Franks Cal Loveall Bill Scott Jim Norton D.J. Dykes Carlton McBride

1971-73 2006-07 1981-84 1963-65 1957-59 2004-05 1979-80

25.6 22.5 22.3 20.9 19.2 18.7 17.5

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TEAM RUSHING Carries Idaho 38 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 40 Southern Mississippi Yards Idaho 219 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 159 Bowling Green State Average per carry Idaho 5.6 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 6.2 Bowling Green State Touchdowns Idaho 2 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 3 Southern Mississippi PASSING Attempts Idaho 41 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 52 Southern Mississippi Completions Idaho 24 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 34 Bowling Green State Interceptions thrown Idaho 0 Opponent 1 Bowling Green State Yards Idaho 291 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 388 Bowling Green State Average per completion Idaho 16.0 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 11.7 Bowling Green State Touchdowns Idaho 4, twice Opponent 2 Southern Mississippi RECEIVING Receptions Idaho 24 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 34 Bowling Green State Yards Idaho 291 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 388 Bowling Green State Average per reception Idaho 16.0 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 11.7 Bowling Green State Touchdowns Idaho 4, twice Opponent 2 Southern Mississippi

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TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Idaho 75 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 92 Southern Mississipi Yards Idaho 492 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 538 Bowling Green State Yards per play Idaho 6.8 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 7.5 Bowling Green State

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FUMBLES LOST Idaho 3 vs. Southern Mississippi Dec. 30, 1998 Opponent 5 Southern Mississippi Dec. 30, 1998

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AVERAGE PER PUNT Idaho 40.0 vs. Bowling Green State Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 43.5 Southern Mississippi Dec. 30, 1998

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TIME OF POSSESSION Idaho 30:32 vs. Bowling Green State Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 31:23 Southern Mississippi Dec. 30, 1998

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FUMBLES Idaho Opponent

3 6

7 4

SCORING Total points Idaho 43 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 42 Bowling Green State First quarter Idaho 7, twice Opponent 14 Bowling Green State Second quarter Idaho 21 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 8 Southern Mississippi Third quarter Idaho 14 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 7 Bowling Green State Fourth Idaho 15 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 21 Bowling Green State Halftime Idaho 28 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 21 Southern Mississippi

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING Attempts Idaho 41 John Welsh Opponent 51 Lee Roberts Completions Idaho 24 John Welsh Opponent 34 Tyler Sheehan Interceptions thrown Idaho 0 Opponent 1 Tyler Sheehan Yards Idaho 291 John Welsh Opponent 387 Tyler Sheehan Average per completion Idaho 16.0 Nate Enderle Opponent 11.4 Tyler Sheehan Touchdowns Idaho 4, twice Nate Enderle John Welsh Opponent 2 Lee Roberts

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vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi

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vs. Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State

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Bowling Green State

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vs. Bowling Green State vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi

RECEIVING Receptions Idaho 5 Ryan Prestimonico Dec. 30, 1998 Opponent 17 Freddie Barnes Dec. 30, 2009 Yards Idaho 119 Preston Davis Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 219 Freddie Barnes Dec. 30, 2009 Average per reception (minimum four receptions) Idaho 29.8 Preston Davis Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 16.6 Harold Shaw (5-83) Dec. 30, 1998 Touchdowns Idaho 1 Jeffrey Townsley Dec. 30, 1998 Mike Roberg Dec. 30, 1998 Michael Moody Dec. 30, 1998 Ryan Prestimonico Dec. 30, 1998 Preston Davis Dec. 30, 2009 Eric Greenwood Dec. 30, 2009 Max Komar Dec. 30, 2009 Peter Bjorjik Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 3 Freddie Barnes Dec. 30, 2009

Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State Bowling Green State

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Carries Idaho 22 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 29 Derrick Nix Yards Idaho 126 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 122 Derrick Nix Average per carry (min. 10 carries) Idaho 5.7 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 6.9 Willie Geter Touchdowns Idaho 2 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 3 Derrick Nix TACKLES Total Idaho 20 Ryan Skinner Opponent 12 P.J. Mahone Solo Idaho 9, twice Ryan Skinner Chris Nofo Opponent 9 P.J. Mahone Assists Idaho 11 Ryan Skinner Opponent 3 Four times Interceptions Idaho 1 Jeromy Jones Opponents 0

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vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi

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vs .Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State

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vs. Bowling Green State

MISCELLANEOUS Jerome Thomas 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown vs. Southern Mississippi (Dec. 30, 1998) John Welsh was Idaho’s MVP of the game in 1998 DeMaundray Woolridge was Idaho’s MVP of the game in 2009

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1894

0-2-0

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS 11/18 L Washington State NA L Lewiston Normal

1895 11/9 4-10

0-1-0 COACH: G.E. HIGGINS L at Washington State

No Team

1897

0-1-0

11/25 L

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS at Spokane Athletic Club

6-10

1898 1899

0-4-0 L L L L

COACH: MORSE at Washington State Whitman Wallace Athletic Club Lewiston Normal

1901 10/19 10/25 11/6 11/20 11/28 12/20

11-5 5-0 0-0 0-10 0-10 22-0

1-3-1 T W L L L

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Lewiston Normal Pacific at Washington State Washington at Whitman

1903 10/23 NA 11/26 NA

12-6

3-2-1 COACH: F.D. HERBOLD W Lewiston Normal W Washington State T Oregon L Whitman L at Washington W at Lewiston Normal

1902 10/9 10/16 10/24 11/10 11/25

0-11 6-16 NA NA

1-0-0

COACH: F.D. HERBOLD 10/27 W Washington (Spokane)

0-0 23-0 0-17 0-10 0-16

3-1-0 W W L W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Washington State Montana at Washington Whitman

32-0 28-0 0-5 36-0

1904

2-1-0

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH 10/21 W at Washington State 11/5 L at Washington NA W at Whitman

5-0 10-12 21-0

1905 NA NA 10/30 11/10 11/11

5-0-0, 3-0 Northwest (1st) W W W W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Lewiston High School Montana State Washington Washington State at Whitman

L L L L W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Oregon at Washington State Whitman at Washington Spokane Athletic Club Coeur d’Alene High School

1906 10/26 11/9 NA 11/29 NA NA

2-2-2

COACH: JOHN R. MIDDLETON 10/31 L Oregon 21-27 11/14 T at Washington State 4-4 11/26 T at Utah 0-0 NA W Spokane YMCA 28-0 NA W Bremerton Navy 32-0 NA L Whitman 0-11

1909

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS Only game was canceled

10/28 NA NA NA

4-1-1

COACH: JOHN R. MIDDLETON 10/26 L Oregon 5-21 11/08 W Washington State 5-4 11/28 T at Washington 0-0 NA W Whitman 11-0 NA W Spokane Athletic Club 22-0 NA W Coeur d’Alene High School 25-0

1908

1896

1900

156

0-10 6-8

1907

3-4

COACH: JOHN S. GROGAN 10/30 L Washington 11/05 L Washington State 11/13 L Oregon (at Portland) NA W Puget Sound NA L Whitman NA W Boise All-Stars NA W College of Idaho

1910 10/21 10/29 11/05 NA NA NA

4-2 W L L W W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH at Washington State Oregon at Washington Gonzaga Lewiston Normal Whitman

1911 10/20 10/28 11/11 11/30 NA NA NA

L L W L W W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Washington State 0-17 Washington (at Spokane) 0-17 Whitman 5-0 at Utah 0-17 Gonzaga 22-19 Lewiston Normal 40-5 Boise All-Stars 31-0

W L L W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH at Washington State at Washington Oregon Whitman

T L L W W L

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Washington State Oregon Oregon State Gonzaga Whitman Multnomah Athletic Club

2-2

1913 10/17 10/25 NA NA NA NA

2-4 0-12 0-10 5-6 9-16 10-5 23-0

10/17 10/24 11/7 NA NA NA

13-0 0-24 0-3 13-6

2-3-1

1914 41-2 50-0 8-0 5-0 9-0

9-5 0-29 0-29 46-6 52-0 5-0

4-3

1912 10/18 10/26 11/02 NA

0-50 0-18 6-22 29-6 6-30 21-0 24-0

3-3 0-27 0-3 52-3 29-3 9-20

2-3-1 T L L L W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Montana 0-0 Oregon 0-13 at Washington State 0-3 Oregon State (at Portland) 0-26 Gonzaga 5-3 Whitman 7-0

1915 COACH: C.M. RADEMACHER 10/2 L at Montana 10/16 L Oregon 10/30 L Washington State NA L at Oregon State NA W Gonzaga NA T Whitman

1-4-1

1916

3-5

COACH: W.C. BLEASMASTER 10/7 L Oregon State 0-26 11/4 L at Washington State 0-31 11/18 L Montana 13-19 11/25 W at Utah State 27-5 NA L Gonzaga 6-21 NA L Whitman 14-21 NA W Idaho Tech 32-26 NA W Albion (Idaho) 39-0

1917

2-3

COACH: W.C. BLEASMASTER 10/20 L Oregon State (at Pendleton) 0-14 10/27 L at Oregon 6-26 11/03 L Washington State 0-19 11/10 W Whitman 16-0 11/24 W Montana 14-3

1918 No team

1919

2-3

COACH: RALPH F. HUTCHINSON 10/18 L at Oregon 6-27 10/25 L at Utah 0-20 11/1 L at Washington State 0-37 11/24 W Montana 7-0 NA W Gonzaga 13-7

1920 10/15 10/23 11/11 11/20 NA NA

4-2 COACH: THOMAS KELLEY L Washington State L at Oregon W Utah (at Boise) W at Montana W Whitman W Gonzaga

1921 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/05 11/11 11/19 11/26 12/3

1922

7-14 7-13 10-0 20-7 21-7 10-7

4-3-1 COACH: THOMAS KELLEY T Oregon L at Washington State L at Utah W at Montana W Wyoming W Gonzaga L Whitman W 9th Army Corps

7-7 3-20 7-17 35-7 31-3 6-0 3-14 6-0

3-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/7 W at Whitman 3-0 10/14 L at Washington* 0-2 10/20 L Washington State* 9-18 10/28 L at Oregon* 0-3 11/11 W Utah (at Boise) 16-0 11/18 L at USC* 0-14 11/25 L at Gonzaga 7-14 12/2 W Montana 39-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1923

5-2-1, 2-2-1 Pacific Coast (3rd)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/6 W College of Idaho 83-0 10/13 W Montana 40-0 10/19 W at Washington State* 14-0 10/27 T Oregon* 0-0 11/3 W Gonzaga 13-0 11/10 W Oregon State* 7-0 11/17 L at Stanford* 7-17 11/24 L at USC* 0-9 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1924

5-2-1, 4-2 Pacific Coast (4th)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/4 T at Gonzaga 0-0 10/11 W at Montana* 40-13 10/17 W Washington State* 19-3 10/25 L Stanford* (at Portland) 0-3 11/1 W at Oregon State* 22-0 11/8 W at Oregon* 13-0 11/22 L USC* 0-13 11/27 W Nevada (at Boise) 23-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1925

3-5, 2-3 Pacific Coast (6th)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/3 W College of Idaho 16-14 10/10 W at Oregon* 6-0 10/17 W at Washington State* 7-6 10/24 L Gonzaga 3-12 10/30 L USC* 7-51 11/7 L Montana* 14-20 11/21 L Oregon State* (at Boise) 7-16 11/27 L at Creighton 19-34 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1926

3-4-1, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T6th)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 10/2 T Montana State 0-0 10/9 W at Montana* 27-12 10/16 L at Washington* 0-26 10/23 W College of Idaho 30-6 10/30 L Oregon State* (at Portland) 0-3 11/6 L Washington State* 0-6 11/20 L USC* 6-28 11/25 W Creighton 12-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1927

4-2-2, 2-0-2 Pacific Coast (T1st)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 10/1 W at Montana State 19-12 10/8 T at Oregon* 0-0 10/15 W Whitman 40-0 10/22 W Montana* 42-6 10/29 L St. Mary’s (CA) 0-3 11/11 T at Washington State* 7-7 11/19 W Oregon State* (at Portland) 12-7 11/26 L at Gonzaga 0-13 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1928

3-4-1, 2-3 Pacific Coast (T6th)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 9/29 L at Montana State 13-15 10/6 T Gonzaga 6-6 10/13 W Whitman 26-13 10/20 L Stanford* (at San Francisco)0-24 10/27 W UCLA* 20-6 11/3 L Washington State* 0-26 11/17 W at Montana* 21-7 11/24 L USC* 7-28 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1929

4-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T7th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/28 W Montana State 39-6 10/5 W at Whitman 41-34 10/12 W Montana* 19-7 10/19 L Oregon* (at Portland) 7-34 10/26 L at Oregon State* 0-27 11/9 L at Washington State* 7-41 11/16 L Gonzaga 14-20 11/30 W at Idaho State 41-7 11/23 L at USC* 0-72 * Pacific Coast Conference game

3-15 7-19 0-41 0-40 6-3 0-0

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4-7, 0-5 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/27 L Montana State 6-7 10/4 W College of Idaho 30-6 10/11 L at Washington* 0-27 10/18 W Whitman 47-0 10/25 L at Oregon* 6-20 11/1 W Gonzaga 26-0 11/8 L Washington State* 7-33 11/15 L at Montana* 6-12 11/29 L at UCLA* 6-20 12/25 W St. Louis Alums (Hawai`i) 20-14 1/1/31 L at Hawaii 0-37 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1931

3-4, 1-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/26 W Whit * Pacific Coast Conference game

1932

3-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T8th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/24 W Whitman 9/30 L at UCLA* 10/8 L Gonzaga 10/15 W at Montana* 10/22 L Oregon* 11/5 L at Washington State* 11/12 L at California* 11/26 W Utah State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1933

4-4, 1-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

Coach: Leo B. Calland 9/30 L at Washington* 10/7 W Whitman 10/14 W College of Idaho 10/20 L at Oregon* 10/28 W Montana 11/11 L Washington State* 11/18 L at California* 11/25 W Gonzaga * Pacific Coast Conference game

1934

6-32 60-0 11-0 0-18 12-6 6-14 0-6 20-12

3-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

Coach: Leo B. Calland 9/29 L at Washington* 10/6 L at Gonzaga 10/20 L Oregon* 10/27 W at Montana* 11/3 W College of Idaho 11/10 L at Washington State* 11/17 L at California* 11/29 W at Creighton * Pacific Coast Conference game

1935

49-0 0-6 7-20 19-6 0-32 0-12 6-21 33-0

0-13 20-24 6-13 13-6 12-0 0-19 13-45 13-0

2-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/28 L at Washington* 10/5 L Gonzaga 10/12 L Whitman 10/19 L at Oregon* 10/26 W Montana* 11/9 L Washington State* 11/16 L at Oregon State* 11/22 W Nevada 12/7 L at UCLA* * Pacific Coast Conference game

0-14 6-7 0-7 0-14 14-7 0-6 0-13 26-6 6-13

1936

3-7, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/26 W at Whitman 10/3 L at Washington* 10/10 L Washington State* 10/17 L Oregon* (at Portland) 10/24 L at Nevada 10/31 W at Gonzaga 11/7 L at St. Mary’s (Calif.) 11/14 L at Montana* 11/21 L Utah State 11/28 W North Dakota State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1937

4-2-2, 2-2 Pacific Coast (5th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/25 W Oregon State* 10/2 L at Washington State* 10/9 W at Utah 10/16 T Utah State 10/23 T at St. Mary’s (Calif.) 10/30 L at Washington* 11/6 W Gonzaga 11/20 W Montana* * Pacific Coast Conference game

1938

1940

13-0 12-12 27-0 26-12 0-33 19-6 6-19 0-12 14-0 16-0

2-6, 0-3 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/30 W Montana State 10/7 L at Oregon State* 10/13 L at Gonzaga 10/21 L Utah (at Boise) 10/28 L Montana* 11/4 W Utah State 11/11 L at Washington State* 11/18 L at Denver * Pacific Coast Conference game

7-6 6-7 0-19 0-35 0-7 19-7 13-21 0-23

1-7-1, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/28 L at Oregon State* 0-41 10/5 L at Washington* 0-21 10/12 L Gonzaga 0-25 10/19 L at Boston College 0-60 10/26 T Utah State (at Boise) 0-0 11/2 L Washington State (at Boise) 0-26 12/9 L at Montana* 18-28 11/16 W Nevada-Reno 6-0 11/21 L at Utah 6-13 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1941

3-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT 9/26 L Oregon State* 0-32 10/3 L 2nd Air Force 0-14 10/10 W at Eastern Washington* 28-7 10/17 L at Stanford* 7-54 10/24 L at Oregon* 0-28 10/31 W at Montana* 21-0 11/14 L Washington State* 0-7 11/21 W Portland 21-14 11/26 L at Utah 7-13 12/5 L at UCLA* 13-40 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1943 No football

7-6 0-13 9-7 0-0 3-3 7-21 6-0 6-0

6-3-1, 2-3-1 Pacific Coast (7th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/24 W at Oregon State* 10/1 T at Washington* 10/8 W North Dakota State 10/15 W at Gonzaga 10/22 L at UCLA* 10/29 W at Montana* 11/5 L at Oregon* 11/12 L Washington State* 11/19 W Utah State 11/24 W at Utah * Pacific Coast Conference game

1939

25-6 0-22 0-14 0-13 6-7 18-7 7-26 0-16 0-10 13-12

1942

4-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT 9/27 L Utah 7-26 10/3 L at Oregon* 7-21 10/10 W at Gonzaga 21-7 10/18 W at Utah State 16-0 10/25 W Willamette 33-6 11/1 L at Oregon State* 0-33 11/8 L at Washington State* 0-26 11/15 L Montana* 0-16 11/22 W Montana State (at Boise) 39-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1944 No football

1945

1-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: J. A. BROWN 9/29 L Washington State* 0-21 10/6 L at Oregon* 7-33 10/13 L at Farragut Navy 7-18 10/20 W Montana (Homecoming) * 46-0 10/27 L Washington State * 12-43 11/3 L at Oregon State* 0-34 11/10 L at Farragut Navy 6-14 11/17 L at Washington* 0-12 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1946

1-8, 0-5 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: J. A. BROWN 9/28 L at Stanford* 10/5 L at Washington State* 10/12 L at Marquette 10/19 L San Jose State 10/26 L Oregon (Homecoming)* 11/2 L at Montana* 11/9 L at Oregon State* 11/16 W Portland 11/23 L Fresno State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1947

4-4, 1-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: DIXIE HOWELL 9/20 W Puget Sound 9/27 W at Stanford* 10/4 L Washington State (HC)* 10/11 L at Oregon State* 10/18 W Portland 11/1 L at Oregon* 11/7 L Montana* 11/15 W at Utah (at Boise) * Pacific Coast Conference game

1948

27-7 19-16 0-7 6-33 20-14 7-34 0-21 13-6

3-6, 1-5 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: DIXIE HOWELL 9/18 L at Oregon State* 9/25 L at Utah 10/2 L at UCLA* 10/9 L Oregon (HC)* 10/23 W Montana* 11/6 W Montana State (Boise) 11/13 W Portland 11-20 L at Washington State* 11/27 L at Washington* * Pacific Coast Conference game

1949

0-45 0-32 6-46 14-26 13-26 0-19 0-34 20-6 12-13

12-27 6-21 12-28 8-15 39-0 28-12 28-0 14-19 7-34

3-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: DIXIE HOWELL 9/17 W Willamette 9/24 L at Oregon* 10/1 L at Texas 10/15 L Washington State (HC)* 10/22 W at Montana* 10/29 W Portland (Boise) 11/5 L Oregon State* 11/12 L at Stanford* * Pacific Coast Conference game

79-0 0-41 7-56 13-35 47-19 49-21 25-35 0-63

1950

3-5-1, 1-1-1 Pacific Coast (5th)

COACH: DIXIE HOWELL 9/23 W Utah (Boise) 9/30 L Montana 10/7 L at Texas-El Paso 10/14 W Oregon (HC) * 10/28 T at Washington State* 11/4 L at Wyoming 11/11 L at Oregon State* 11/18 W at Boston University 11/25 L at Arizona State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1951

26-19 27-28 33-43 14-0 7-7 7-14 19-34 26-19 21-48

2-7, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: BABE CURFMAN 9/22 L at Wyoming 0-28 9/29 L San Francisco (Boise) 7-28 10/6 L Oregon St.* 6-34 10/13 W at Montana 12-9 10/20 W San Jose State 40-7 11/3 L at Oregon* 13-14 11/10 L Washington State (HC)* 6-9 11/17 L at Arizona 6-13 11/22 L at Utah 19-40 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1952

14-39 21-21 13-20 16-3 54-9 7-9 6-36 27-0 27-6

1-8, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: BABE CURFMAN 9/18 L at San Jose State 6-34 9/26 L at Utah 0-21 10/3 W at Montana 20-12 10/10 L BYU (Boise) 12-14 10/17 L Oregon State (HC)* 0-19 10/24 L Washington State* 13-30 11/7 L at Oregon* 6-25 11/14 L Pacific 0-33 11/21 L Utah State (Boise) 7-19 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1954

4-5, 1-2 Pacific Coast (7th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/18 L Oregon* 0-41 9/25 L at Oregon State* 0-13 10/2 L San Jose State (HC) 7-38 10/9 L at Pacific 0-13 10/16 L at Arizona 13-25 10/23 W at Washington State* 10-0 10/30 W at Utah 14-13 11/13 W North Dakota 45-0 11/20 W Brigham Young (at Boise) 7-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1955

S C O R E S

4-4-1, 1-3 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: BABE CURFMAN 9/20 L at Washington* 9/27 T Utah (Boise) 10/4 L Oregon (HC)* 10/11 W at Utah State 10/18 W North Dakota State 10/24 L at Santa Clara 11/1 L at Washington State* 11/8 W Montana 11/15 W at Oregon State* * Pacific Coast Conference game

1953

A L L T I M E

2-7, 0-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/17 L at Washington* 9/24 L Utah (at Boise) 10/1 L at Arizona 10/8 L Pacific (HC) 10/15 L Washington State* 10/29 L at Oregon* 11/5 L at Oregon State* 11/11 W at Brigham Young 11/19 W Montana * Pacific Coast Conference game

7-14 13-20 14-47 0-20 0-9 0-25 14-33 49-6 31-0

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1956

4-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/22 L at Washington* 9/29 L at Oregon* 10/6 L Washington State* 10/13 L Arizona State (HC) 10/27 W at Utah 11/3 W at Fresno State 11/10 W at Utah State 11/17 L Oregon State* 11/24 W at Montana * Pacific Coast Conference game

1957

4-4-1, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/21 L Oregon* 9/28 L at Arizona State 10/5 W Utah (at Boise) 10/12 L at Oregon State* 10/19 T at Pacific 10/26 W Fresno State (HC) 11/2 W Montana 11/9 W at Utah State 11/16 L at Washington State * * Pacific Coast Conference game

1958

158

21-53 14-21 19-33 0-41 27-21 24-12 42-20 10-14 41-0

6-9 7-19 21-6 0-20 7-7 20-6 31-13 35-7 13-21

4-5, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/20 L at Oregon* 0-27 9/27 L at Missouri 10-14 10/4 W at Utah 20-0 10/11 L Washington State* 0-8 10/18 L Oregon State (HC)* 6-20 10/25 W at Arizona 24-16 11/1 L San Jose State (at Boise) 6-41 11/8 W at Montana 14-6 11/15 W Utah State 34-7 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1959 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1-9 COACH: SKIP STAHLEY L at Utah State L at Washington L at Arizona L at Air Force Academy L at Oregon State L at Washington State L Oregon (HC) L Utah (at Boise) L at Pacific W Montana

1960 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/18

1-9 COACH: SKIP STAHLEY L at Oregon L at Washington L at Montana L Utah State (at Boise) L Oregon State (HC) W at Hawaii L at Pacific L at Arizona L Washington State L at San Jose State

1961 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

0-14 0-23 14-16 0-21 18-66 5-27 7-45 13-47 13-28 9-6

6-33 12-41 14-18 6-33 8-28 14-6 14-25 3-32 7-18 20-22

2-7 L W L L L L L L W

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY at Oregon San Jose State (HC) at Oregon State at Washington State at Army at Utah State Pacific Arizona (at Boise) at Montana

0-51 27-18 6-44 0-34 7-51 0-69 2-27 7-43 16-14

1962 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

2-6-1 COACH: DEE G. ANDROS L Utah State (at Boise) W Idaho State L at Montana T at San Jose State L at Montana State L at Utah W at Arizona L Oregon State (HC) L Washington State

1963

5-4

COACH: DEE G. ANDROS 9/21 W Fresno State 9/28 W Utah (at Boise) 10/5 L at Missouri 10/12 L at Oregon 10-19 W Pacific (HC) 10-26 W San Jose State 11/2 L at Washington State 11/9 L at Arizona 11/16 W at Idaho State

1964 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1965

7-45 9-6 16-22 12-12 15-33 21-25 14-12 0-32 14-22

32-8 10-9 0-24 21-41 64-6 28-12 10-14 7-34 14-0

4-6 COACH: DEE G. ANDROS W at San Jose State L at Iowa State L at Utah L Oregon L at Oregon State W Washington State (HC) W at Pacific L at Arizona W Utah State (at Boise) L at Arizona State

3-0 24-34 0-22 8-14 7-10 28-13 40-0 7-14 27-22 0-14

5-5, 3-1 Big Sky (T1st)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/18 L at Washington 9-14 9/25 W San Jose State 17-7 10/2 W at Washington State 17-13 10/9 L at Utah State 19-30 10/16 L Oregon State (at Boise) 14-16 10/23 W at Montana* 35-7 10/30 L at Oregon 14-17 11/9 L at Weber State* 7-14 11/13 W Idaho State (HC)* 15-7 11/30 W Montana State* 54-0 * Big Sky Conference game

1966

4-6, 3-1 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/17 L at Washington 7-19 9/24 L at Montana State* 10-24 10/1 W Pacific (HC) 28-7 10/8 W at Idaho State* 27-20 10/15 L at Oregon State 7-14 10/22 L Washington State 7-14 10/29 L Oregon (Boise) 7-28 11/5 L at San Jose State 7-21 11/12 W Montana* 40-6 11/19 W Weber State* 42-12 * Big Sky Conference game

1967

4-6, 2-2 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/16 L at Pacific 6-42 9/23 W at Fresno State 30-14 9/30 W Idaho State (at Boise)* 16-6 10/7 L Montana State (HC)* 14-41 10/14 W at Montana* 19-14 10/21 L at Oregon 6-31 10/28 W Parsons 28-27 11/4 L at Weber State* 17-28 11/11 L at Washington State 14-52 11/18 L at Houston 6-77 * Big Sky Conference game

1968

5-5, 3-1 Big Sky (T1st)

COACH: Y.C. MCNEASE 9/14 L at Montana State* 9/21 L at Washington State 9/28 W at Idaho State* 10/5 W Pacific (Boise) 10/12 W Montana (HC)* 10/19 L at Oregon 10/26 L at Washington 11/2 W Weber State* 11/9 W at San Jose State 11/16 L at Houston * Big Sky Conference game

1969

2-8, 1-3 Big Sky (4th)

COACH: Y.C. MCNEASE 9/20 L at Northern Illinois 9/27 L Idaho State* 10/3 W at Southern Mississippi 10/11 L at Montana* 10/18 L at Pacific 10/25 W Montana State (HC)* 11/1 L at Oregon 11/8 L at Weber State* 11/15 L at Colorado State 11/22 L Utah State * Big Sky Conference game

1970

7-45 16-44 10-17 14-35 26-44 13-49 17-16 37-24 27-17 42-14 17-30

8-3, 4-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: DON ROBBINS 9/11 L Boise State* 9/18 L at Iowa State 9/25 W Colorado State 10/2 W at Montana* 10/9 W Idaho State (HC)* 10/16 W at Pacific 10/23 W at West Texas State 10/30 W at New Mexico State 11/6 W at Weber State* 11/13 W Montana State* 11/20 L Utah State * Big Sky Conference game

1972

30-47 42-47 31-21 9-34 0-28 31-21 14-58 7-28 21-31 21-31

4-7, 2-2 Big Sky (T3rd)

COACH: DON ROBBINS 9/12 L at Air Force Academy 9/19 L at Washington State 9/26 L Pacific 10/3 L at Idaho State* 10/10 L Montana* 10/17 L at Oregon 10/24 W Portland State (HC) 10-31 W at Montana State* 11/7 W Weber State* 11/14 W at Utah State 11/21 L at Tulsa * Big Sky Conference game

1971

14-17 7-14 35-15 31-14 56-45 8-23 7-37 50-42 35-17 3-77

14-42 7-24 10-0 21-12 40-3 13-12 26-0 19-14 24-20 40-2 13-42

4-7, 2-3 Big Sky (5th)

COACH: DON ROBBINS 9/16 W Ohio 9/23 L at Weber State* 9/30 L at Montana State* 10/7 L at Washington State 10/14 W Northern Illinois 10/21 L at Idaho State* 10/28 L Pacific 11/4 L at Utah State 11/11 W Montana* 11/18 L at Western Michigan 11/25 W at Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

17-14 10-26 3-17 14-35 31-13 7-35 7-22 7-51 31-17 16-27 22-21

1973

4-7, 3-2 Big Sky

COACH: DON ROBBINS 9/8 W Texas-El Paso 9/15 L Boise State* 9/22 L at Iowa State 9/29 L at Washington State 10/6 L Colorado State 10/13 L at Texas Christian 10/20 W Weber State (HC)* 10/27 L Montana State* 11/3 W at Montana* 11/10 L at Washington 11/17 W Idaho State* * Big Sky Conference game

1974

2-8-1, 2-2-1 Big Sky (3rd)

COACH: ED TROXEL 9/14 L at Air Force 9/21 L at Washington State 9/28 L at Villanova 10/5 W at Idaho State* 10/12 L West Texas State 10/19 T Montana (HC)* 10/26 L at Montana State* 11/2 L Utah State 11/9 W Weber State* 11/16 L at Northern Illinois 11/23 L at Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

1975

6-23 22-12 14-29 3-29 31-31 3-14 39-7 41-23 40-40 27-84 25-24

7-4, 5-1 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: ED TROXEL 9/11 W at Boise State* 9/18 W at Pacific 9/25 L at Ohio University 10/2 L at Washington State 10/9 W New Mexico State 10/16 W Weber State (HC)* 10/23 L at Montana State* 10/30 W at Idaho State* 11/6 L at Colorado State 11/13 W Montana* 11/20 W Northern Arizona* * Big Sky Conference game

1977

0-37 10-17 7-15 28-9 6-21 35-35 21-36 3-17 38-13 21-27 29-52

4-5-2, 2-2-2 Big Sky (T4th)

COACH: ED TROXEL 9/13 L at Arkansas State 9/20 W at Northern Arizona* 9/27 L Idaho State* (Kibbie Dome Opener) 10/4 L at Arizona State 10/11 T Boise State* (Kibbie Dome Dedication) 10/18 L at Montana* 10/25 W at Nevada-Las Vegas 11/1 W Montana State (HC)* 11/8 T at Weber State* 11/15 L at Washington State 11/22 W Northern Illinois * Big Sky Conference game

1976

62-14 24-47 0-48 24-51 30-33 14-30 17-13 14-35 20-7 14-41 43-0

16-9 31-28 0-35 6-45 33-6 45-17 14-29 6-3 14-31 28-19 31-14

3-8, 2-4 Big Sky (T5th)

COACH: ED TROXEL 9/10 L at Rice 9/17 L Pacific* 9/24 L at Hawaii 10/8 L Idaho State* 10/15 W Montana (HC)* 10/22 W at Montana State* 10/29 L at Weber State* 11/5 L Nevada-Las Vegas 11/12 L at Washington State 11/19 W at New Mexico State 11/26 L Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

10-31 21-31 26-45 14-34 31-20 17-6 27-30 21-35 17-45 47-44 14-44

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2-9, 2-5 Big Sky (T5th)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/9 L at San Jose State 9/16 L at Washington State 9/23 L at Wichita State 9/30 L Northern Arizona* 10/7 L at Nevada-Las Vegas 10/14 W at Montana* 10/21 L Montana State* 10/28 L Weber State (HC)* 11/4 L at Boise State* 11/11 W Idaho State*^ 11/18 L Fresno State 11/23 W Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game ^ Won by forfeit

1979

6-5, 4-3 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/13 L at Pacific 9/20 W Simon Fraser 9/27 W at Montana* 10/4 W Portland State 10/11 L at Boise State* 10/18 W Montana State (HC)* 10/25 L at San Jose State 11/1 W at Weber State* 11/8 L Idaho State* 11/15 W Northern Arizona* 11/22 L at Nevada-Reno* * Big Sky Conference game

1981

13-24 56-16 42-0 37-27 21-44 14-6 10-32 31-6 21-28 14-7 7-38

3-8, 0-7 Big Sky (8th)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/5 W Simon Fraser 9/12 L at Weber State* 9/19 W Northern Iowa 9/26 L at Hawaii 10/3 W at Portland State 10/10 L Montana* 10/17 L at Montana State* 10/24 L Nevada-Reno (HC)* 10/31 L Idaho State* 11/7 L at Northern Arizona* 11/21 L Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

1982

10-30 18-29 17-13 34-10 28-23 17-41 20-17 26-38 7-12 13-27

52-7 21-42 59-14 6-21 56-9 14-16 28-29 14-23 14-24 3-24 43-45

9-4, 5-2 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/11 L at Washington State 9/18 W Pacific 9/25 W Portland State 10/2 W Weber State (HC)* 10/9 W at Northern Iowa 10/16 L at Montana* 10/23 W Montana State* 10/30 W at Boise State* 11/6 W at Idaho State* 11/13 W Northern Arizona* 11/20 L at Nevada-Reno* 11/27 W Montana# 12/4 L at Eastern Kentucky# # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

14-34 36-17 56-0 35-34 38-13 16-40 36-20 24-17 20-17 55-37 16-25 21-7 30-38

8-3, 4-3 Big Sky (T3rd)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/10 W Southern Colorado 9/17 W at Montana State * 9/24 L at Idaho State * 10/1 W Eastern Washington 10/8 W at Portland State 10/15 L at Weber State * 10/22 W Montana (HC) * 10/29 W at Pacific 11/5 W at Northern Arizona * 11/12 L Nevada-Reno * 11/19 W Boise State * * Big Sky Conference game

1984

4-7, 2-5 Big Sky (T5th)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/8 L at Fresno State 9/15 L at Northern Arizona* 9/22 W Pacific 9/29 W Puget Sound 10/6 W at Idaho State* 10/13 L Boise State* 10/20 W Montana (HC)* 11/3 L Nevada-Reno* 11/10 L at Weber State* 11/17 L South Dakota State * Big Sky Conference game

1980

14-31 0-28 6-28 29-34 14-53 34-30 21-57 6-51 10-48 0-0 28-41 28-24

1983

6-5, 4-3 Big Sky (T3rd)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/8 W Portland State 9/15 L at Cal State-Fullerton 9/22 L Montana State* 9/29 W Oregon State 10/6 L at Nevada-Reno* 10/13 L Weber State (HC)* 10/20 L at Eastern Washington 10/27 W at Montana* 11/3 W Northern Arizona* 11/10 W Idaho State* 11/17 W at Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

1985

49-14 7-28 28-34 41-22 17-23 37-40 25-32 40-39 37-9 45-42 37-0

9-3, 6-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/7 L at Oregon State 9/14 W Mankato State 9/21 W at Northern Arizona* 9/28 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 10/5 W at Portland State 10/12 W at Weber State* 10/19 W Montana* 10/26 L at Idaho State* 11/2 W Eastern Washington * 11/9 W at Montana State* 11/23 W Boise State* 11/30 L Eastern Washington# # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1986

43-28 23-0 31-41 38-24 17-16 10-28 45-24 31-19 40-10 24-43 45-24

28-43 46-7 27-3 25-21 51-17 31-28 38-0 37-38 42-21 34-0 44-27 38-42

8-4, 5-2 Big Sky (3rd)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/6 W Portland State 42-10 9/13 L at Central Michigan 21-34 9/20 W CS-Fullerton (HC) 25-17 9/27 W at Eastern Washington 27-10 10/4 W Idaho State* 38-26 10/18 L at Nevada-Reno* 13-17 10/25 L Northern Arizona* 0-24 11/1 W at Montana* 38-31 11/8 W Montana State* 44-17 11/15 W Weber State* 31-17 11/22 W at Boise State* 21-14 11/29 L at Nevada-Reno # 7-27 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1987

9-3, 7-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/5 W Mankato State 31-17 9/12 L Central Michigan 18-30 9/19 W at Portland State 17-10 9/26 W at Northern Arizona* 46-37 10/3 L at Idaho State* 21-30 10/10 W Montana* 31-25 10/17 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 38-28 10/24 W Eastern Washington* 31-24 10/31 W at Weber State* 41-38 11/7 W at Montana State* 14-7 11/21 W Boise State* 40-34 11/28 L Weber State# 30-59 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1988

11-2, 7-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/10 W Portland State 27-18 9/17 W at Pacific 36-26 9/24 L at Montana* 17-26 10/1 W Northern Arizona (HC)* 31-20 10/8 W Montana State* 41-24 10/15 W at Eastern Washington* 31-22 10/22 W Weber State* 27-24 11/5 W at Nevada-Reno* 32-31 11/12 W Idaho State* 41-7 11/19 W at Boise State* 26-20 11/26 W Montana # 38-19 12/3 W Northwestern State # 38-30 12/10 L at Furman, S.C. # 7-38 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1989

9-3, 8-0 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/2 L at Washington State 9/9 L at Portland State 9/16 W Cal State-Sacramento 9/23 W at Weber State* 9/28 W Montana* 10/7 W at Northern Arizona* 10/14 W at Montana State* 10/21 W Eastern Washington* 10/28 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 11/4 W at Idaho State* 11/18 W Boise State* 11/25 L Eastern Illinois # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1990

9-4, 6-2 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/1 L Montana State* 9/8 W at Southwest Texas State 9/15 L at Oregon 9/22 W Weber State* 9/29 L at Nevada-Reno (OT)* 10/6 W Cal State-Chico 10/13 W Idaho State (HC)* 10/20 W at Eastern Washington* 11/3 W Northern Arizona* 11/10 W at Montana* 11/17 W at Boise State* 11/24 W at SW Missouri State # 12/1 L at Georgia Southern # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs; * Big Sky Conference game

1991

7-41 20-29 45-3 46-33 30-24 41-31 41-7 41-34 42-22 47-31 26-21 21-38

24-27 38-35 23-55 37-27 28-31 59-21 41-20 51-28 52-7 35-14 21-14 41-35 27-28

6-5, 4-4 Big Sky (T4th) COACH: JOHN L. SMITH W Sonoma State 49-7 W Southwest Texas State 41-38 W at Montana State* 48-14 L Northern Iowa 14-36 L Nevada-Reno* 23-31 L at Weber State* 17-45 W at Idaho State* 46-21 L Eastern Washington (2OT)*

9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 31-34 11/9 W at Northern Arizona* 11/16 L Montana (OT)* 11/23 W Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

44-28 34-35 28-24

1992

9-3, 6-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/5 W St. Cloud State 9/12 W at Colorado State 9/19 W Weber State* 10/3 W Cal State Northridge 10/10 W Idaho State* 10/17 W at Eastern Washington* 10/24 L at Northern Iowa 10/31 W Northern Arizona* 11/7 L at Montana* 11/14 W Montana State* 11/21 W at Boise State* 11/28 L McNeese State # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1993

11-3, 5-2 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/2 W at Stephen F. Austin 9/11 W Southwest Texas State 9/18 W at Weber State 10/2 W at Utah 10/9 W at Idaho State* 10/16 W Eastern Washington* 10/23 L at Montana State* 10/30 W at Northern Arizona* 11/6 L Montana* 11/13 W Lehigh 11/20 W Boise State* 11/27 W at NE Louisiana # 12/4 W Boston University # 12/11 L at Youngstown State # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1994

38-30 66-38 56-0 28-17 56-27 49-10 35-40 34-27 34-54 77-14 49-16 34-31 21-14 16-35

9-3, 5-2 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/3 W at Southern Utah 9/17 W at Nevada-Las Vegas 9/24 W Stephen F. Austin 10/1 W Idaho State* 10/8 W at Eastern Washington* 10/15 W Montana State* 10/22 W Northern Arizona (HC)* 10/29 L at Montana* 11/5 W Northern Iowa 11/12 W Weber State* 11/19 L at Boise State* 11/26 L at McNeese State # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1995

42-9 37-34 52-24 30-7 49-18 38-21 26-27 53-14 29-47 28-7 62-16 20-23

43-10 48-38 58-26 70-21 43-10 27-13 41-14 21-45 21-12 79-30 24-27 21-38

6-5, 4-3 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 9/2 L at Oregon State 9/16 W Sonoma State 9/30 L at Idaho State* 10/7 L at Montana State* 10/14 W E. Washington (HC)* 10/21 W Montana* 10/28 L at Weber State* 11/4 W at Northern Arizona* 11/11 W at Northern Iowa 11/18 W Boise State* 11/25 L at McNeese State # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

7-14 66-3 21-26 13-16 37-10 55-43 19-25 17-14 16-12 33-13 3-33

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1996

1997

38-40 21-40 52-17 21-27 38-33 24-15 28-35 37-27 34-19 17-24 64-19

5-6, 2-3 Big West (T4th)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 8/30 L at Air Force 10-14 9/6 W Portland State 46-0 9/13 W at Idaho State 43-0 9/20 L at Central Florida 10-41 10/4 W North Texas * 30-17 10/11 W UC Davis 44-14 10/18 L at Nevada * 23-42 10/25 L Utah State * 17-63 11/1 L at Eastern Washington 21-24 11/14 W at New Mexico State * 35-18 11/21 L Boise State * 23-30 (OT) * Big West Conference game

1998

160

6-5, 3-2 Big West (T3rd)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 8/31 L at Wyoming 9/7 L at San Diego State 9/14 W St. Mary’s 9/28 L at Southwest Texas 10/5 W Cal Poly-SLO 10/19 W Nevada * 10/26 L at Utah State * 11/2 W Eastern Washington 11/9 W New Mexico State * 11/16 L at North Texas * 11/23 W at Boise State * * Big West Conference game

9-3, 4-1 Big West (1st)

HUMANITARIAN BOWL CHAMPION COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 9/5 W Eastern Washington 31-14 9/12 W at San Jose State 17-12 9/19 L at Washington State 16-24 9/26 L at Louisiana State 20-53 10/3 W Idaho State 52-3 10/10 W at Arkansas State 52-14 10/17 W at Utah State * 26-14 10/24 L Nevada * 23-58 10/31 W at North Texas * 41-23 11/14 W New Mexico State * 36-32 11/21 W at Boise State * 36-35 (OT) 12/30 W Southern Mississippi ! 42-35 * Big West Conference game ! Humanitarian Bowl, Bronco Stadium, Boise, Idaho

1999

7-4, 4-2 Big West (2nd)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 9/2 W at Eastern Washington 48-21 9/11 L at Auburn 23-30 9/18 W Washington State ! 28-17 10/2 L at Wyoming 13-28 10/9 W North Texas !* 28-10 10/16 W at Arkansas State * 30-24 (OT) 10/23 W Utah State !* 31-3 10/30 L at New Mexico State * 14-42 11/6 W at Nevada * 42-33 11/13 W at Montana 33-30 11/20 L Boise State !* 14-45 ! Home game at Martin Stadium, Pullman, Wash. * Big West Conference game

2000

5-6, 3-2 Big West (3rd)

2004

3-9, 2-5 Sun Belt (T5th)

COACH: TOM CABLE 9/2 L at Washington 20-44 9/9 L Montana! 38-45 9/16 L at Oregon 13-42 9/23 W at Washington State 38-34 9/30 W Montana State! 56-7 10/7 L at West Virginia 16-28 10/14 W Arkansas State *! 42-25 10/21 L at Utah State * 14-31 11/4 W at North Texas * 16-14 11/11 W New Mexico State * 44-41 (2 OT) 11/18 L at Boise State * 24-66 * Big West Conference game ! Home game at Martin Stadium, Pullman, Wash.

COACH: NICK HOLT 9/4 L at Boise State 9/11 L at Utah State 9/18 L Washington State ! 9/25 L at Oregon 10/2 W at Eastern Michigan 10/9 L Louisiana-Monroe * 10/16 W Louisiana-Lafayette * 10/23 L at Middle Tennessee * 10/30 L at Troy State * 11/6 W Arkansas State *! 11/13 L at North Texas * 11/20 L at Hawai’i ! at Martin Stadium * Sun Belt Conference game

2001

2005

1-10, 1-5 Sun Belt (T6th)

COACH: TOM CABLE 8/30 L Washington State ! 7-36 9/8 L at Arizona 29-36 9/22 L at Washington 3-53 9/29 L Boise State ! 13-45 10/6 L at Middle Tennessee * 58-70 10/13 L at New Mexico State * 39-46 10/20 L Louisiana-Lafayette (HC)*! 37-54 10/27 L at Arkansas State * 31-34 11/3 W Louisiana-Monroe * 42-38 11/17 L North Texas * 27-50 11/24/ L at Montana 27-33 (2OT) ! Home game at Martin Stadium, Pullman, Wash. * Sun Belt Conference game

2002

2-10, 1-6 Sun Belt (7th)

COACH: TOM CABLE 8/31 L at Boise State 21-38 9/7 L at Washington State 14-49 9/14 L at Oregon 21-58 9/21 W San Diego State W, 48-38 9/28 L at Washington L, 27-41 10/5 L Montana 31-38 10/12 L at Louisiana-Monroe * 14-34 10/26 W Middle Tennessee * (HC) 21-18 11/2 L at Louisiana-Lafayette * 28-31 11/9 L at North Texas * 0-10 11/16 L Arkansas State * 29-38 11/23 L New Mexico State * 31-35 * Sun Belt Conference game

2003

3-9, 3-4 Sun Belt (tie 4th)

COACH: TOM CABLE 8/30 L vs. Washington State ! 9/6 L Eastern Washington 9/13 L Boise State 9/20 L at Washington 9/27 L at Montana 10/4 W at New Mexico State * 10/11 L North Texas * 10/18 L Middle Tennessee (OT) * 10/25 L at Louisiana-Lafayette * 11/8 L at Arkansas State * 11/15 W at Louisiana-Monroe * 11/22 W Utah State * ! at Seahawks Stadium * Sun Belt Conference game

0-25 5-8 10-24 14-45 28-41 35-31 14-24 21-28 20-31 23-24 58-20 20-13

2-9, 2-6 WAC (T6th)

COACH: NICK HOLT 9/1 L at Washington State 9/10 L at UNLV 9/17 L at Washington 9/24 L vs. Hawai`i * 10/1 W vs. Utah State (HC) * 10/8 L at Nevada * 10/22 L vs. Fresno State * 10/29 W at New Mexico State * (2OT) 11/12 L vs. Louisiana Tech * 11/19 L at Boise State * 11/26 L at San Jose State * * Western Athletic Conference game

2006

26-38 31-34 6-34 0-24 27-13 14-62 10-40 37-38 38-41 35-70 18-26

4-8, 3-5 WAC (6th)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/2 L at Michigan State 9/9 L at Washington State 9/16 W vs. Idaho State 9/23 L at Oregon State 9/30 W at Utah State * 10/7 W vs. New Mexico State * 10/14 W at Louisiana Tech * 10/21 L vs. Boise State * 10/28 L at Hawai`i * 11/4 L vs. Nevada * 11/18 L at Fresno State * 11/25 L vs. San Jose State * * Western Athletic Conference game

2007

7-65 7-14 8-49 10-48 45-41 14-16 38-25 14-34 7-47 45-31 29-51 21-52

17-27 10-56 27-24 0-38 41-21 28-20 24-14 26-42 10-68 7-45 0-34 13-28

1-11, 0-8 WAC (9th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY 9/1 L at #1 USC 9/8 W vs. Cal Poly 9/15 L at Washington State 9/22 L vs. Northern Illinois 9/29 L vs. #19 Hawai`i * 10/6 L at San Jose State * 10/13 L vs. Fresno State * 10/20 L at New Mexico State * 10/27 L at Nevada * 11/3 L vs. Louisiana Tech * 11/17 L at Boise State * 11/24 L vs. Utah State * * Western Athletic Conference game

10-38 20-13 28-45 35-42 20-48 20-28 24-37 31-45 21-37 16-28 14-58 19-24

2008

2-10, 1-7 WAC (T8th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY 8/30 L at Arizona 9/6 W Idaho State 9/13 L Western Michigan 9/20 L Utah State* 9/27 L at San Diego State 10/4 L Nevada* 10/11 L at Fresno State* 10/18 L at Louisiana Tech* 10/25 W New Mexico State* 11/1 L San Jose State* 11/15 L Boise State* 11/22 L at Hawai`i* * Western Athletic Conference game

2009

0-70 42-27 28-51 17-42 17-45 14-49 32-45 14-46 20-14 24-30 10-45 17-49

8-5, 4-4 WAC (4th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY HUMANITARIAN BOWL CHAMPION 9/5 W at New Mexico State * 21-6 9/12 L at Washington 23-42 9/19 W San Diego State 34-20 9/26 W at Northern Illinois 34-31 10/3 W Colorado State 31-29 10/10 W at San Jose State * 29-25 10/17 W Hawai`i * 35-23 10/24 L at Nevada * 45-70 10/31 W Louisiana Tech * 35-34 11/7 L Fresno State * 21-31 11/14 L at Boise State * 25-63 11/28 L Utah State * 49-52 12/30 W Bowling Green State ** 43-42 * Western Athletic Conference game **Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl

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COACH: ROBB AKEY 9/2 W North Dakota 45-0 9/11 L at Nebraska 17-38 9/18 W UNLV 30-7 9/25 L at Colorado State 34-36 10/2 W at Western Michigan 33-13 10/16 L at Louisiana Tech * 35-48 10/23 W New Mexico State * 37-14 10/30 L at Hawai`i * 10-45 11/6 L #23 Nevada * 17-63 11/12 L #4 Boise State * 14-52 11/20 W at Utah State * 28-6 11/27 L at Fresno State * 20-23 12/4 W San Jose State * 26-23 (ot) *Western Athletic Conference game

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COACH: ROBB AKEY 9/1 L Bowling Green State 15-32 9/10 W North Dakota 44-14 9/17 L at Texas A&M 7-37 9/24 L Fresno State * 24-48 10/1 L at Virginia 20-21 (ot) 10/8 L Louisiana Tech * 11-24 10/14 L at New Mexico State * 24-31 10/29 L Hawai`i * 14-16 11/5 W at San Jose State * 32-29 11/12 L at Brigham Young 7-42 11/19 L Utah State * 42-49 (2 ot) 12/3 L at Nevada * 3-56 * Western Athletic Conference game

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M. Duane Nellis began serving as the University of Idaho’s 17th president on July 1, 2009. During his first few years in office, he has led the University to record student enrollments, bolstered the University’s research mission, and extended University programs that help the people of the state educationally and economically. Also, President Nellis has brought the University community together to develop a new, five-year strategic plan to move the University forward: Leading Idaho: The University of Idaho’s Strategic Plan, 2011-2015.

Previously, President Nellis served as provost and senior vice president at Kansas State University where he oversaw 12 deans and 10 other units, including the offices of the vice provost for information technology services and the vice president for research. He also served for seven years at West Virginia University as dean of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, WVU’s largest academic college. President Nellis was appointed by Gov. C L. “Butch” Otter as a commissioner of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. He has held other professional leadership positions as well, including the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Academic Officers Executive Council; president of the Association of American Geographers; National Council for Geographic Education; Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society; Kansas Academy of Sciences; and member of the National Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Research Universities Committee. President Nellis is recognized nationally and internationally for his research that utilizes satellite data and geographic information systems to analyze various dimensions of the earth’s land surface. This research has been funded by more than 50 sources such as NASA, the National Geographic Society, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. His research has led to more than 100 articles and reports in a wide range of professional journals, and 15 books and book chapters. He has given more than 100 professional presentations and has been invited to speak at more than 60 universities and related settings internationally.

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As the University’s chief executive officer, President Nellis provides robust and engaging leadership for the University of Idaho. He provides support to 42 statewide extension offices and University center locations in Boise, Coeur d’Alene and Idaho Falls. He works with the WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho) Medical Education program to ensure that Idaho is supported, along with the 20 first-year medical students on the Moscow campus each year. Nellis also is engaged with the University alumni, friends, donors, faculty, staff and students around the world to create a University that is more entrepreneurial, sustainable, international, interdisciplinary and diverse.

He also has been recognized nationally and internationally for his research and teaching through numerous awards from organizations such as the Association of American Geographers (AAG), AAG’s John Fraser Hart Award for Excellence in Research, the Outstanding Contributions Award by the AAG’s Remote Sensing Specialty Group, the Young Research Scholar Award by the Institute of British Geographers, the Kansas State University Outstanding Teaching Award and University Adviser of the Year Award, as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and as a Distinguished Alumni Fellow Award recipient from Oregon State University. President M. Duane Nellis is a native of the Northwest: he was born in Spokane, Washington. He met and married his wife, Ruthie, while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in earth sciences/geography at Montana State University. He received his master’s and doctoral degrees in geography at Oregon State University.

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When Rob Spear took the reins of the University of Idaho Department of Athletics in the winter of 2003-04, he was inheriting a program in flux. They needed updates and enhancements to their 30-year-old facility. They needed new revenue streams and more fans in the seats. As he set about tackling the facility and funding issues, he was resolute in continuing to hold Vandal student-athletes to the high academic standards that reflect very favorably the University of Idaho’s legacy of producing leaders of vision and integrity. With a staff in place to guide the academic progress of the Vandals, he started chipping away at the laundry list of facility and financial needs. First was a new Strength and Conditioning Center, which remains one of the jewels in the renovation project with two-story, floor-to-ceiling windows that provide an expansive view of the campus. Among the state-of-the-art training and rehabilitation equipment is a hydro-therapy pool – one of the first in an on-campus setting in the Western United States. With the old weight room vacated, an ambitious locker room project began. When it was finished, football, women’s basketball, track and field, and swimming had new facilities in place to match the oak-and-marble rooms already in existence for volleyball and men’s basketball.

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That is what was happening indoors. Outside, the grass field used for football practice as well as intramurals was undergoing its own update. By the time it was completed, the Vandals had back-to-back 70-yard SprinTurf practice fields – with lights. Next was the turf inside the Kibbie Dome. Because of the multiple uses of the building, it has to be portable. Spear secured funding for Real Grass Pro, which, when it’s not in use for football, can be stored to make way for basketball, commencement, track and field, and even an annual home and garden show.

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He worked collaboratively across campus to secure the funding for life safety improvements, which included replacing the 30-year-old plywood end walls with translucent panels. The panels, along with a facelift for the entire stadium, make for a sense of daylight. Even when it’s 30 degrees and snowing outside, it’s warm, dry and windless inside the Dome. There was much more to what he wanted the Kibbie Dome to become. He wanted it to provide the best premium seating in college football. In 2011, it became reality with the opening of the Litehouse Center/Bud and June Ford Club Room. The club seats, loge seats and suites are up-close and personal.

The student-athlete wasn’t put aside as the facilities were transformed. Before the premium seating project was launched, private monies were raised for a suite of team rooms and the complete renovation of the athletic training and equipment rooms. Alongside the team rooms are study centers to ensure the continued academic success of the Vandals, who continued to graduate at a rate 30-40 percent higher than the general population at the University of Idaho, which in and of itself is by far the highest in the state. Collectively, Vandal student-athletes have a 3.05 grade-point average.

He touched the hearts of Vandals far and wide, young and old when he established the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame. A charter class of 100 individuals and five teams was inducted over a two-year period to make up for more than 100 years of the absence of a way to honor Idaho’s most cherished players, coaches and contributors. That legacy continues today with a bi-annual induction ceremony.

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The University of Idaho opened its doors on Oct. 3, 1892, when it welcomed about 40 students and one professor, John Edwin Ostrander. On June 11, 1896, the university graduated its first class when four students marched across a stage to receive their diplomas. Two years later, the university awarded its first graduate degree. By 1899, a growing body of University of Idaho alumni formed the Idaho Alumni Association.

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Alumni numbers weren’t all that grew in those early days. Over the next few years, the University of Idaho established its College of Agriculture, dedicated Ridenbaugh Hall and established the Pacific Northwest’s first Department of Domestic Science (later to be called Home Economics). The Administration Building fire in 1906 was a turning point in the university’s history. John Tourtellotte, a Boise architect who had designed the state’s capitol, designed a new Tudor Gothic structure to symbolize the university’s growth and maturity as a major institution of higher education. The Administration Building remains the centerpiece of campus. The hiring in 1908 of the nation’s premier landscape architects,Olmsted Brothers of Massachusetts whose firm’s founding father designed New York’s Central Park, led to the small-town New England look of the campus. President Theodore Roosevelt was the first U.S. president to visit the

campus in 1911. He planted the first tree in Presidential Grove. Through the next 50 years, the campus continued to grow in size and academic offerings. Among the additions were Forney Hall, the School of Education, Science Hall, Hays Hall, the Music Building, the Library, the Student Union and outreach campus locations. In 1976 the new ASUI-Kibbie Dome won a national engineering structural achievement award. Its sound structure has withstood roaring cheers of Vandal fans (as well as the groans and wailings of rival teams) ever since. Today, the university is home to nearly 12,000 students and nearly 1,300 faculty and staff. It continues to be a leading place of learning in Idaho and the West, because although it is ever-responsive to the changing needs of its students and society, it never forgets its roots and traditions. Perhaps no better example of this distinct combination of rich history and innovative service is the Associated Students of the University of Idaho (ASUI). Today as vibrant as ever, ASUI has been a force on campus for more than 100 years. - By Carlos Schwantes Carlos Schwantes is a former UI professor of history. He has written numerous books about the history of Idaho, the Pacific Northwest and railroads, and has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his work.

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO • The University of Idaho is included in the 2009 edition of Princeton Review’s “Best 368 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of the nation’s colleges are included the in the ranking of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education. • The University of Idaho is included in the 2008 list of Kiplinger’s 100 Best Values in Public Colleges. The rankings reflect academic strength and affordability. • We are consistently recognized among the “top national, doctoral-granting universities” in the country by U.S. News & World Report. • We are ranked in the top half of the Top 50 Best Values for Public Colleges and Universities by Consumers Digest and recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the “77 Best Value Colleges in America.” • We are a national research institution with world-class labs and facilities, but have only about one-third the number of students as most national universities – which means you will actually get to use those resources from day one. • We have received nearly $100 million in research funding each year since 2003, and recently received a $10-million grant from the National Institutes of Health. • Our residential campus in Moscow, Idaho, matches beauty with year-round outdoor recreational opportunities. • We have more National Merit Scholars than all other institutions in the state combined and have a nationallyacclaimed Honors Program. • We offer the only law program in Idaho, and one of the best in the West. • Our library is the largest in the state, with more than two million holdings. • Our outreach learning and research centers extend to Idaho’s 44 counties. • Our students participate in more than 200 student organizations – including 20 minority student groups and international student groups. • We compete at the Division I level of intercollegiate athletics, and we’re a proud member of the Western Athletic Conference. • We’re ranked in the top 30 in the nation as “a great university to hit the books and backcountry” by Outside magazine. • Our approximately 850 faculty members are committed to creating innovative programs that will benefit you. They come from diverse backgrounds with academic portfolios that place them among the top researchers in their fields. • The University of Idaho’s 16:1 student-teacher ratio means small classes where you’ll receive an uncommon level of interaction. You’ll get to know your professors, and they’ll provide personal guidance that will help you achieve your career goals. • Extension: We have 42 extension offices around the The University of Idaho is included in the 2009 edition of Princeton Review’s “Best 368 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of the nation’s colleges are included the in the ranking of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education. • The University of Idaho is included in the 2008 list of Kiplinger’s 100 Best Values in Public Colleges. The rankings reflect academic strength and affordability. • We are consistently recognized among the “top national, doctoral-granting universities” in the country by U.S. News & World Report. • We are ranked in the top half of the Top 50 Best Values for Public Colleges and Universities by Consumers Digest and recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the “77 Best Value Colleges in America.”

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• Independent Study in Idaho: The University of Idaho is part of a cooperative of four accredited Idaho institutions to offer self-paced, distance-learning opportunities. • We are Idaho’s only institution to earn the prestigious Carnegie Foundation distinction for high research activity. • We attract the grants and contracts – totaling more than $100 million each year – that fund innovative research in our world-class facilities. • Our Student Grant Program funds student-led research. It will introduce you to the processes and skills you’ll need to apply for professional level research grants, including proposal writing, external peer review, and project presentation. • Faculty and students team up for research projects at our institutes and centers. Here, you’ll contribute to our nationally recognized research on issues that affect the state, the region and the nation. • Students in all academic years work with faculty at our research facilities, such as the Electron Microscopy Center, the National Institute for Advanced Transportation and the Idaho Water Resources Research Institute, as well as a host of other laboratories and programs. • Many of our colleges have their own research and teaching centers that serve specific disciplines or the university as a whole. For instance, you can explore better ways to feed Idaho and the world at the Aquaculture Research Institute in the university’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. • The Career and Professional Planning office offers a variety of workshops and clinics to prepare you for a successful future. • Tutoring and Academic Assistant Services provides free academic support. • Student Support Services offers you individualized tutoring, educational planning and intensive learning and skill development. • The Academic Advising Center helps you choose a major and fulfill your course requirements. • The Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrates our campus diversity and promotes cultural awareness through such events as the Tutxinmepu Pow Wow, Dia de los Muertos activities, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and the Multicultural Freshman BBQ. • Disability Support Services works to ensure that university opportunities are available to everyone. It provides sign-language interpreters, testing accommodations, campus housing arrangements and much more. • Diversity and Community supports learning opportunities for underrepresented segments of society through resources such as the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, and the TRiO program for low-income and first-generation Americans. • The ASUI Center for Volunteerism and Social Action strives to foster lifelong commitments to service and civic action, and provides opportunities for students like you to plan service projects and participate in social activism. • Opportunities to volunteer are plentiful at the University of Idaho. Whether you value cleaning up the environment, assisting in the aftermath of natural disasters, working with children, or helping the elderly, you’ll have an outlet at the University of Idaho. • Volunteering is a chance not only to help others, but to develop valuable skills. For example, student volunteers with our Alternative Service Breaks program spent spring break 2006 in Waveland, Mississippi, a town virtually obliterated by Hurricane Katrina. They rebuilt houses, taught schoolchildren and created a blog about their experiences.

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After completing its 50th year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. The 2012-13 season features five new schools as Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State join the WAC to give the conference 10 members. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. Since 2000, a total of 43 football teams have been invited to bowl games, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five. The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games three times since 2006. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 29 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three NCAA postseason tournaments during its history. In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. The WAC also officially added WAC. tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball. The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008. The WAC has had just six commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94), Karl Benson (1994-2012) and current interim commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports - eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball.

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LS 2012 VANDAL RADIO NETWORK Tom Morris and Evan Ellis return to the airwaves this fall as the Vandals’ football broadcasting team. Morris handles the play-byplay with Ellis providing the color commentary. Morris’ long-time relationship with University of Idaho athletics took another turn in 2006 when he was hired by Learfield Communications as its on-campus liaison for Vandal Marketing. It was another path in a broadcast and marketing career that involved a partnership with Morris and the Vandals since he moved to the Palouse in 1985. In 2005, he took over for legendary Idaho broadcaster Bob Curtis as the play-by-play announcer for Vandal football. Morris spent the past years in the booth alongside Curtis as Idaho’s color commentator. Joining Morris is KHTR’s Evan Ellis. Morris is a 1976 graduate of DePauw University at Greencastle, Ind. He left his native Indiana to pursue a broadcasting career after he earned his bachelor’s degree in communications. He and his wife, Judy – an Idaho graduate – have two children. Ellis is a 1999 graduate of Washington State University and 1994 from Prairie High School at Vancouver, Wash. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications and has been in the regional market for seven years. His wife’s name is Alanna. They have one son.

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The WAC will conduct a weekly football coaches’ teleconference every Monday beginning Aug. 27 and continuing through Nov. 19.

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The teleconference begins at 9:30 a.m. (PT). The coaches are available for a seven-minute period to preview the coming opponent and answer questions from the media. Please contact the Western Athletic Conference for call-in information. The schedule for the teleconference is as follows (times listed are Pacific): Mike MacIntyre, San Jose State Larry Coker, UTSA Dennis Franchione, Texas State Sonny Dykes, Louisiana Tech DeWayne Walker, New Mexico State Gary Andersen, Utah State Robb Akey, Idaho

Each coach will make general comments relative to the most recent game and/or the upcoming opponent, and then media members will be able to ask questions. In addition, the WAC Players of the Week will be announced along with any pertinent information or special announcements. Please note: Idaho coach Robb Akey has a weekly news conference at 10:20 a.m. on Mondays. Contact Idaho media relations for further information.

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LOUISIANA STATE Crowne Plaza Baton Rouge 4728 Constitution Avenue Baton Rouge, La. 70808 (225) 925-2244

Assistant ......................... Nick Heidelberger E-mail ................ heidelberger@uidaho.edu Office .....................................208-885-0211

NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE Reyes, Mario ........................ 208-885-6478 SOCCER O’Brien, Ashley ..................... 208-885-9438 Showler, Pete ....................... 208-885-5047 Williams, Grant ..................... 208-885-9438 SPEED AND STRENGTH Herold, Joe ........................... 208-885-4988 Scharnhorst, Jake................. 208-885-4988 SWIMMING AND DIVING Oates, Chelsea ..................... 208-885-4970 Sowa, Mark........................... 208-885-0265 TENNIS Beaman, Jeff ........................ 208-885-0247 Pollock, Daniel ...................... 208-885-0247 TICKET OFFICE Bardsley, Kera ...................... 208-885-0733 TRACK AND FIELD Graham, Jason ..................... 208-885-0210 Phipps, Wayne ..................... 208-885-0210 Taylor, Julie ........................... 208-885-5105 Potratz-Lee, Allix................... 208-885-0210 VIDEO Childers, Matt ....................... 208-885-4404 VOLLEYBALL Buchanan, Debbie ................ 208-885-0238 Lamppa, Brian ...................... 208-885-0263 Keifer, Kara ........................... 208-885-0263 Whitaker, Steve .................... 208-885-0246 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Green, Jordan....................... 208-885-0239 Newlee, Jon .......................... 208-885-0227 Sanford, Christa.................... 208-885-4696 Zeller, Kristi ........................... 208-885-0203

NORTH CAROLINA Hilton Raleigh-Durham Airport 4810 Page Creek Lane Durham, N.C. 2703 (919) 941-6000 TEXAS STATE Hilton Austin Airport 9515 Hotel Drive Austin, Texas 78719 (512) 385-6767 LOUISIANA TECH Hilton Shreveport 104 Market Street Shreveport, La. 71101 (318) 698-0900 BRIGHAM YOUNG Provo Marriott 101 West 100 North Provo, Utah 84601 (866) 824-1139 UTAH STATE Springhill Suites by Marriott 625 South Riverwoods Parkway Logan, Utah 84321 (435) 750-5180

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AUGUST 30 Eastern Washington SEPTEMBER 8 at Bowling Green 15 at LSU 22 Wyoming 29 at North Carolina OCTOBER 6 New Mexico State # 13 at Texas State # 20 at Louisiana Tech # 27 bye NOVEMBER 3 San Jose State # 10 at BYU 17 UTSA # 24 at Utah State # # WAC game


2012 Idaho football yearbook