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COACHING STAFF ## Robb Akey begins his fourth season as a head coach this fall. Robb Akey ...............................52--55 Steve Axman .................................56 Luther Carr ...................................57 Mark Criner ...................................58 Rob Christoff .................................59 Eti Ena ..........................................60 Dan Finn.......................................61 Patrick Libey .................................62 Al Pupunu .....................................63 Jeremy Thielbahr ...........................64 Support staff Chris Baltzer .................................66 Damien Garnett.............................65 Blake Malsam .............................. 66 Shelley McLam .............................66 Jake Scharnhorst ..........................65 Kevin Small ...................................66 Barrie Steele ................................ 65 Sam Teevens.................................66 Matt Troxel ................................... 66 Mark Vaught ................................ 65

THE VANDALS ## The Vandals are coming off

the Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl Championship with a rebuilt offensive line and a defense that is almost intact. 2010 alphabetical roster ...........68-69 2010 numerical roster ..............69-70 Captains ....................................... 74 Newcomers ........................... 111-116 Pronunciation guide ......................72 Squad breakdown .................... 72-73 Veterans ................................. 75-109

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 ........................ 416-528-23 Affiliation....................... Football Bowl Subdivision Conference ..................................Western Athletic Football operations ............................Mark Vaught

2009 IN REVIEW ## A look back at 2009. 2009 results/statistics.......... 128-133 Game-by-game ..................... 126-131 WAC stats ............................ 132-136 2010 OPPONENTS ## The Vandals again have a strong schedule with six games at the Kibbie Dome and seven on the road. All-time series ..............................144 Composite schedule ....................146 Opponents ........................... 138-144 Vs. 2009 opponents ....................145 HISTORY ## The Vandals play their 1,000th game at Utah State in November. All-time coaches ................... 148-149 All-time letterwinners ............ 156-161 Honors................................. 150-155 Records ............................... 168-181 Year-by-year scores ............... 182-186 Year-by-year leaders .............. 162-167

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ## Founded in 1889, the University

of Idaho has built a reputation as a leader in research, teaching and service. Idaho offers an inviting oncampus lifestyle for the thousands who make Moscow their home away from home. They have the opportunity to experience their educations with hands-on learning as they prepare for their lives after college. President Dr. Duane Nellis ...........188 Director of Athletics Dr. Rob Spear ....189 Athletics directory ................. 196-198 University of Idaho ............... 190-193 Media information ................199-200 Team travel .................................198 WAC..................................... 194-195 Why Vandals? ................................50

QUICK FACTS/CREDITS Head coach ......................................... Robb Akey Alma mater: Weber State, 1988 Assoc. AD/Business ......................... Matt Kleffner Assoc. AD/Development .................... Tim Mooney SWA/Asst. AD .....................Maureen Taylor-Regan Compliance......................................John Wallace Director of Athlete Services ................Barrie Steele Strength and Conditioning ..........Jake Scharnhorst Director of Academic Services .... Ana Tuiaea-Ruud Ticket manager................................ Scott Wallace 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 Fax ................................................208-885-0255 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 Mark Morgan for his written contributions. Photography by Bruce Mann, Larry Johnson, Milan Chuckovich, Jeremiah Coughlin, Kelly Weaver and Joe Pallen of UI Photo Services, Jonathan Billings of Archer Photography (Moscow), Chris Cruthers, Pat Hauge and Gaylen Wood.

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2009 HONORS AND AWARDS NATIONAL HONORS Mike Iupati • Outland Trophy finalist • Walter Camp All-American • American Football Coaches Association All-American • Football Writers Association of America • Associated Press • Sporting News (second team) All-Conference Western Athletic Conference First team • Mike Iupati • Shiloh Keo Second team • Max Komar • Irv Stevens • Aaron Lavarias • JoJo Dickson • Trey Farquhar Phil Steele’s All-Western Athletic Conference Team First team • Mike Iupati • Shiloh Keo Second team • Max Komar • Jonah Sataraka • Daniel Hardy Third team • Nate Enderle • Matt Cleveland • Bryce Sinclair • JoJo Dickson • Aaron Lavarias • DeMaundray Woolridge National all-freshman team • Aaron Grymes

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2009 HONORS AND AWARDS • • • • • • •

WAC Athletes of the Week Bobby Cowan (vs. New Mexico State) JoJo Dickson (vs. San Diego State) Nate Enderle (vs. Northern Illinois) Shiloh Keo (vs. Colorado State) Trey Farquhar (vs. Colorado State) Aaron Lavarias (vs. Hawai`i) Justin Veltung (vs. Louisiana Tech)

Midseason all-conference • Robb Akey, Coach of the Year, CBSSports.com • Mike Iupati, Phil Steele’s Football first team all-WAC • Trey Farquhar, Phil Steele’s Football first team all-WAC • Jonah Sataraka, Phil Steele’s Football second team all-WAC • Daniel Hardy, Phil Steele’s Football second team all-WAC • Max Komar, Phil Steele’s Football third team all-WAC • Matt Cleveland, Phil Steele’s Football third team all-WAC • De`Maundray Woolridge, Phil Steele’s Football third team all-WAC • JoJo Dickson, Phil Steele’s Football third team all-WAC • Shiloh Keo, Phil Steele’s Football third team all-WAC College Football Performance Awards • Trey Farquhar (vs. San Jose State), honorable mention kicker • De`Maundray Woolridge (vs. Hawai`i), honorable mention running back • Trey Fa rq u h a r ( v s. N eva d a ) , honorable mention kicker • Max Komar (vs. Nevada), honorable mention receiver • M a u r i c e S h aw ( v s. N eva d a ) , honorable mention receiver • Justin Veltung (vs. Louisiana Tech), kick returner of the week • Trey Farquhar (vs. Louisiana Tech), honorable mention kicker Etc. • De`Maundray Woolridge, ESPN Helmet Sticker (vs. Hawai`i) • Second most improved team in the FBS

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#26 BRANDON ARTZ ~ SPECIAL TEAMS CAPTAIN SAFETY • 5-10 • 189 • 2L GRANDVIEW HIGH SCHOOL/SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY GRANDVIEW, WASH.

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#27 ISAAC BUTTS CORNERBACK • 6-0 • 185 • 3L RICHLAND HIGH SCHOOL RICHLAND, WASH.

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#34 JOJO DICKSON ~ DEFENSIVE CAPTAIN LINEBACKER • 6-2 • 235 • 3L BALDWIN HIGH SCHOOL WAILUKU, HAWAI`I

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#10 NATHAN ENDERLE ~ OFFENSIVE CAPTAIN QUARTERBACK • 6-5 • 233 • 3L NORTH PLATTE HIGH SCHOOL NORTH PLATTE, NEB.

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#1 ERIC GREENWOOD RECEIVER • 6-6 • 223 • 3L EDMONDS-WOODWAY HIGH SCHOOL EDMONDS, WASH.

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#61 TEVITA HALAHOLO OFFENSIVE LINE • 6-5 • 335 • 1L MILLS HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO MILLBRAE, CALIF.

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#88 DANIEL HARDY H-BACK • 6-4 • 242 • 2L WEST HIGH SCHOOL ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

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#71 CLELL HASENBANK OFFENSIVE LINE • 6-1 • 287 • SQ MCEWEN HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE OF SISKIYOUS ADAMS, ORE.

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#3 DEONTE JACKSON RUNNING BACK • 5-9 • 199 • 3L WARREN (ARK.) HIGH SCHOOL LAS VEGAS, NEV.

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#10 SHILOH KEO ~ SPECIAL TEAMS CAPTAIN SAFETY • 5-11 • 216 • 4L ARCHBISHOP MURPHY HIGH SCHOOL EVERETT, WASH.

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#95 AARON LAVARIAS DEFENSIVE END • 6-3 • 255 • 3L WOODINVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WOODINVILLE, WASH.

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#65 CHRISTOPHER RAMOS LONG SNAPPER • 5-11 • 256 • 1L DON BOSCO TECH/MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE ROSEMEAD, CALIF.

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#99 JONAH SATARAKA

~ DEFENSIVE CAPTAIN

DEFENSIVE TACKLE • 6-2 • 294 • 3L GOV. JOHN ROGERS HIGH SCHOOL PUYALLUP, WASH.

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#43 FONOMANU SEKONA LINEBACKER • 6-2 • 292 • 3L LEUZINGER HIGH SCHOOL LAWNDALE, CALIF.

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#42 PAUL SENESCALL LINEBACKER • 6-1 • 228 • 3L MEAD HIGH SCHOOL SPOKANE, WASH.

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#2 MAURICE SHAW RECEIVER • 6-3 • 205 • 3L COLONY HIGH SCHOOL ONTARIO, CALIF.

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#18 KOREY TOOMER LINEBACKER • 6-3 • 230 • 1L SHADOW RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL/ARIZONA WESTERN LAS VEGAS, NEV.

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INSIDE THE K

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: 113-62-1

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KIBBIE DOME

Top Kibbie Dome Crowds 17,600 vs. Boise State, Nov. 11, 1989 17,000 vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008 17,000 vs. Boise State, Oct. 21, 2006 16,500 vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1987 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 15,807 vs. Weber State, Oct. 16, 1976 15,800 vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1985 15, 635 vs. Hawai`i, Sept. 24, 2005

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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 15,236 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 15,107 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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CARDIOVASCUL Sponsor TOM AND DIAN

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LOCKER ROOM Sponsored by The Yuditsky Family Jack & Helen Bob & Mary Kay • 114 open pro-style oak lockers • Individual locked personal compartments • 2,600 square feet • Lounge with large screen TV, stereo system and goal boards

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TEAM ROOMS Sponsored by

Dick & Jody Mooney Rich & Sharon Allen Team room C seats 115 and is ADA compliant. It has a state-of-the art multi-media center. Team rooms A and B both seat 18 and are hard-wired into our team video system as well as the

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Aquatic Rehabilitation Center

Sponsored by Gwen Church & John A Church • Measures 8 feet by 12 feet • Maximum depth of 6 feet • Can treat four people at one time • Treadmill has variance of 0-8.5 mph • Two jets to increase resistance • Three video cameras and four monitors to provide instant feedback

Idaho Vandal student-athletes have a state-of-the-art way to train and rehabilitate injuries with a HydroWorx therapy pool, located on the second floor of the Vandal Athletic Center. Head athletic trainer Barrie Steele said as many as four athletes can use the pool at a time, depending on the workout and if they are relatively the same height. “Aquatic therapy is one of the most versatile tools that we have, in not only rehabilitation, but in injury prevention and training,” Steele said. “We’ve been able to train people in a nearly weightless environment, which is one of the most unique and best ways of doing it.” The weightless environment helps train injured athletes sooner or athletes who have problems doing certain activities on dry land because of weight bearing conditions, Steele said. Four video cameras are installed underneath the surface of the pool. The feed from the cameras appears on two televisions next to the pool, which helps the athletic trainers monitor the athletes’ workouts. A computer and controller above the television monitors adjust the pool’s jets, lift and treadmill. The lift is used to vary the depth of the water depending on the athlete and to put him/her in the optimal position, whether it be at the waist, shoulders or non-weight bearing by wearing floats. The treadmill is used for running or other exercises and jets can be turned on to make the water more resistant to provide a more intense workout.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

BARRIE STEELE

DR. SUNDAY HENRY DR. STEVE PENNINGTON PHYSICIAN SURGEON

MEGAN BORCHERT

DR. JIM ROBSON DENTIST

DR. ED TINGSTAD SURGEON

The University of Idaho’s commitment to its student-athletes can be seen in the continuing enhancement and growth of its athletic training, and strength and conditioning services. With the number one goal being prevention, Idaho athlete services provides not only strength and conditioning, and preventative athletic training measures, but coordinates with sports nutritionists and sports psychologists for the overall well-being of Vandal student-athletes. “We approach our jobs first from a prevention standpoint,” head athletic trainer Barrie Steele said. “But, injuries do occur in athletics and when they do we make sure our student-athletes receive the finest in immediate and follow-up care. When they return to competition, our goal is to have them in better condition than before the injury and with a reduced chance of re-injury.”

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HONOR ROLL 2009 Western Athletic Conference Peter Bjorvik Bobby Cowan Preston Davis Nathan Enderle Adam Juratovac Aaron Lavarias Chris Ramos 2008 Western Athletic Conference Justin Allen Kristopher Anderson Kama Bailey Peter Bjorvik Andrew Blevins Timothy Conley Preston Davis Nathan Enderle Adam Juratovac Aaron Lavarias 2007 Western Athletic Conference Kristopher Anderson Jayson Bird Andrew Blevins T.J. Conley Nathan Enderle Adam Juratovac Brandon Schulte David Vobora Breyon Williams 2006 Western Athletic Conference Kris Anderson Jayson Bird T.J. Conley Adam Juratovac Nate VanderPol David Vobora 2005 Western Athletic Conference Kris Anderson Mike Harrington David Vobora

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2004 Sun Belt Commissioner’s List Tim Bertalot Brian Yarno 2004 Sun Belt Honor Roll Brandon Kania Michael Harrington Willie Sipoloa Michael Anderson Nate VanderPol 2003 Sun Belt Commissioner’s List Tim Bertalot Jedidiah Getzlaff Kody Kraus Brian Lindgren Cliff Mason Neil McGhee Brian Yarno 2003 Sun Belt Honor Roll Mike Bonell Jared Hansen Chad Kodama Patrick Libey Eric Nave Mike Scorcio Jake Scott Chad Troxel Nathan Zody 2002 Sun Belt Commissioner’s List Ben Allen Tim Bertalot Kody Kraus Jordan Lampos Brian Lindgren 2002 Sun Belt Honor Roll Jason Cobb Nate Griffin Michael Harrington Patrick Libey Willie Sipoloa Brian Yarno

2001 Sun Belt Commissioner’s List Drew Burton Jason Cobb Michael Harrington Brandon Kania Jordan Lampos Brad Rice Tim Sams Keith Stamps Brian Yarno 2001 Sun Belt Honor Roll Mike Anderson Nathaniel Banke Joel Barker Tim Bertalot Jason Dutton Zach Gerstner Matt Gower Ryan Knowles Jake Leachman Patrick Libey Brian Lindgren Seann Mumford Kevin O’Connell Sam Parry Jake Scott Chad Troxel Jason Williams 2000 Big West Conference Zach Gerstner Rick Giampietri Patrick Libey Brad Rice Jason Williams 1999 Big West Conference Ben Davis Rick Giampietri Ryan Prestimonico Brad Rice 1998 Big West Conference Rick Giampietri Brad Rice 1997 Big West Conference Ed Dean Rick Giampietri Jeff Pankratz Tony Uranga

1996 Big West Conference Jeff Pankratz Tony Uranga 1995 Big Sky Conference Brian Brennan Travis Coffey Eric Johnson Garner Moody Jason O’Neil Jeff Pankratz Ryan Woolverton Richard Zenk 1994 Big Sky Conference Brian Brennan Eric Johnson Tony Uranga Ryan Woolverton 1993 Big Sky Conference Travis Coffey Michael Greene Mike Hughes Eric Johnson Barry Mitchell Doug Nussmeier 1992 Big Sky Conference Cory Duskin Mike Hughes Eric Johnson Doug Nussmeier Billy Sims 1991 Big Sky Conference Doug Nussmeier Billy Sims 1990 Big Sky Conference Brian Cockrell Doug Nussmeier Billy Simms 1989 Big Sky Conference Charlie Oliver Jeff Robinson John Rust Billy Sims

1988 Big Sky Conference Andy Beitia Tim Johnson Charlie Oliver Mitch Swenson 1987 Big Sky Conference Brian Decicio Kedrich Jackson 1986 Big Sky Conference Tom Hennessey David Parker Kedrich Jackson Paul Taggart 1985 Big Sky Conference Tom Hennessey David Parker Paul Taggart Dave Thorsen Darel Tracy 1984 Big Sky Conference Kedrick Jackson Paul Taggart Dave Thorsen 1983 Big Sky Conference Boyce Bailey David Thorsen 1982 Big Sky Conference Boyce Bailey Dave Frohnen Dave Thorsen 1981 Big Sky Conference Brian Bofto Dave Frohnen 1980 Big Sky Conference Tom Coombs Dave Frohnen 1979 Big Sky Conference Jay Goodenbour 1978 Big Sky Conference Bob Laing Phil Vance

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ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

ANA TUIAEA-RUUD DIRECTOR

TOM SANFORD ASSISTANT

Vandal CHAMPS Life Skills Program (Challenging Athletes’ Minds for Personal Success) Commitment to these five developmental areas for student-athletes: • Academic Excellence • Athletic Excellence • Personal Development • Career Development • Community Service

NIKITA AMY ASSISTANT

MISSION The Vandal Academic Support Services office is dedicated to guiding student-athletes toward graduation with the collaboration of cross-campus resources to monitor and support student-athlete academic progress and NCAA eligibility. To fulfill this mission, we focus on nurturing study and social skills, and encouraging initiative, self-motivation and accountability. We strive to develop positive, meaningful relationships within the Vandal community and beyond to develop well-rounded, employable graduates. Adam Juratovac (pictured at right) is one of10 Vandal student-athletes to earn all-conference all-academic honors all four years of his playing career. Idaho’s four-year academic award winners are: Kris Anderson Tim Bertalot Rick Giampietri Adam Juratovac Doug Nussmeier Brad Rice Billy Sims Dave Thorsen Tony Uranga Brian Yarno

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VANDAL LEGENDS

#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 single-season 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 10year 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.

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#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 All-American 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 secondteam 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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#53 WAYNE WALKER

#56 JOHN YARNO

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 East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl, and appeared on national television on Bob Hope’s Christmas Special with other first-team AllAmericans. 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 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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NFL VANDALS Mike Iupati, a native of American Samoa, became Idaho’s second first-round draft choice when he was the 17th selection of the 2010 NFL Draft. Now a San Francisco 49er, Iupati graduated from Idaho with a storied career that included his being a consensus AllAmerican as well as an Outland Trophy finalist.

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Mike Iupati Max Komar De`Maundray Woolridge Jeromy Jones Eddie Williams T.J. Conley David Vobora Stanley Franks Brandon Ogletree Rolly Lumbala Luke Smith-Anderson Jade Tadvick Keith Greer D.J. Smith Cole Snyder Jake Scott Ryan Downes Rod Bryant Brian Howard Tali Atoe Jordan Kramer John Welsh Chris Lacy Wil Beck Brad Rice Mike Roberg Rick DeMulling Chris Nofoaiga Dennis Gibbs Patrick Venzke Mao Tosi Ryan Phillips Jim Mills Eddie Howard Dwight McKinzie Sherriden May Mike Hollis

49ers Cardinals Rams Rams Redskins Jets Rams Chargers Dolphins Dolphins Oilers Lions Saints Panthers Colts Colts Cardinals Jets Rams Cardinals Chargers Giants Colts Redskins Giants Panthers Colts 49ers Lions Jaguars Cardinals Giants Chargers Lions Chargers Jets Panthers

Position

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 RB K

Final Idaho season

Round

Pick

Player

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

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 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

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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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

8

4

102

1960

7 11

3 8

75 128

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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

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

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

Final Idaho season

1959 1958

1957 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1948 1947 1945 1943 1942 1939

Round

Pick

Player

Name

Team

6 4 4 11 16 18 11 15 18 29 26 9 16 21 28 5 28 27

10 2 8 6 2 11 8 9 12 12 2 8 8 7 8 8 8 3

70 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

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Jim Prestel 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

Browns 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

1938 1936 1935 1933 1929 1926 1924

Position

T 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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THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO PRIDE *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. *Idaho is consistently recognized among the “top national, doctoral-granting universities” in the country by U.S. News & World Report. *The University of Idaho is 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.” *Idaho is a national research institution with world-class labs and facilities, but have only about one-third the number of students as most national universities undefined– which means students actually get to use those resources from day one. *Idaho has received nearly $100 million in research funding each year since 2003, and recently received a $10-million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

YOU’LL FIND A LOT OF PRIDE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO. TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AND YOU’LL SEE WHY. *Idaho has more National Merit Scholars than all other institutions in the state combined and has a nationally acclaimed Honors Program. *The university offers the only law program in Idaho, and one of the best in the West. *Idaho’s library is the largest in the state, with more than two million holdings. *The University of Idaho’s outreach learning and research centers extends to Idaho’s 44 counties. *Idaho students participate in more than 200 student organizations undefined– including 20 minority and international student groups. *We’re ranked in the top one-third of Intel’s “100 Most Unwired College Campuses in the U.S.”

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THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO LEADING The University of Idaho is leading the West by providing you access to exceptional learning opportunities, world-class facilities and an unparalleled residential community. Our campus in Moscow, Idaho, provides daily opportunities to share in our community and culture. Whether it’s through athletics, student government, research or other activities, at the University of Idaho you have the opportunity to make more out of your college experience than you ever thought possible. Here are some of the key ingredients to our distinctive campus community and culture: • Our students ... come from every state and 92 countries. We’re a top choice for top students – the freshmen class average GPA is 3.42. • Our faculty ... are at the forefront of research and they lecture at prominent organizations around the world. They are accomplished teachers who educate, inspire and guide you. • Our facilities ... create a dynamic and engaging learning environment. Facilities include the stunning Student Recreation Center, Kibbie Dome, Idaho Commons, Student Union and Prichard Art Gallery. • Our campus life ... offers you more than 200 student organizations, more than 20 minority student groups, weekly activities and events, the renowned Lionel Hampton International Jazz Fest, Moscow’s active art scene, and the natural beauty that surrounds campus. You’ll always have plenty of fun things to do. • Our athletic teams ... are proud members of the Western Athletic Conference. Our Vandals compete in 14 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I sports. If you like to play as well as you like to cheer for your team, there are nearly three dozen intramural programs and club sports in which to participate.

DEMOGRAPHICS • TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 11,636 Enrollment by campus: University of Idaho - Moscow: 10,654 • Undergraduate and Nondegree: 8,890 • Graduate and Professional: 1,764 University of Idaho - Coeur d’Alene: 461 • Undergraduate and Nondegree: 316 • Graduate and Professional: 145 University of Idaho - Boise: 324 • Undergraduate and Nondegree: 87 • Graduate and Professional: 237 University of Idaho - Idaho Falls: 271 • Undergraduate and Nondegree: 154 • Graduate and Professional: 117 University of Idaho - Twin Falls: 41 • Undergraduate and Nondegree: 23 • Graduate and Professional: 18

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Enrollment by college: Agricultural and Life Sciences: 1,131 Art and Architecture: 882 Business and Economics: 1,317 Education: 1,791 Engineering: 1,490 Graduate Studies: 71 Law: 307 Letters, Arts and Social Sciences: 3,302 Natural Resources: 723 Science: 946 WWAMI: 20

Enrollment by ethnicity: American Indian or Alaska Native: 137 Asian or Pacific Islander: 260 Black/African American: 123 Caucasian: 9,426 Hispanic: 493 International: 481 Other: 716 Student demographics: • Students enrolled from all 44 Idaho counties, 50 states and 73 countries • 481 international students • Student population is 54.2 percent male and 45.8 percent female

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MOSCOW

Moscow is the perfect example of the old adage: Don’t judge a book by its cover. Small though it may be, Moscow has plenty to offer. More than 130 years after it was settled, Moscow is a small yet vibrant community with a penchant for the arts and the University of Idaho. Every year people come from around the world to take part in events such as the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival or the Renaissance Fair. So much so, the city was named one of the top 100 small art towns in America. The city’s 22,000 residents are a bright and diverse group of people. The city offers many of the advantages of a big city while retaining its small town friendliness. Crime in Moscow is almost non-existent. For entertainment, choices abound whether they be indoor or out. Outdoor lovers might believe they’ve landed in paradise. Since Moscow is nestled between the rolling hills of the Palouse on one side and Moscow Mountain on the

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MOSCOW IS:

• One of the top 100 Small Arts Towns • Host of the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival • Largest of the 27 Moscows in the United States • A U.S. Small Arts Center • A “Gem Community” MOSCOW MISCELLANEOUS Located in Latah County Settled in 1871 Elevation: 2,583 Land area: 6.2 square miles Nearest city with population of 100,000 or more: Spokane, Wash. (84 miles) Nearest city with population of 1 million or more: Seattle, Wash. (298 miles)

other, opportunities abound for outdoor entertainment. Camping, skiing, snowmobiling, hunting and fishing locales can all be found within a few short miles from town. If you’re the sort who prefers more urban forms of entertainment Moscow offers a broad assortment of activities typical of a small town influenced largely by its resident university. Add to those, a variety of theatrical presentations and concerts on the Idaho campus, and just about every choice of entertainment can be found. At 2,500 feet above sea level, Moscow has a mild climate despite it being located in the northern United States. Temperatures rarely drop below 24 degrees during the winter and the summer months won’t get much hotter than 87 degrees for a pleasant year-round climate.

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IDAHO Idaho was settled during the gold rush of the 1800s. Veins of silver and gold were found in the mountains of central Idaho and it wasn’t long before thousands of pioneers had settled all over the territory in an attempt to get rich. As the pioneers mined for gold, they happened upon a pleasant surprise. In addition to the silver and gold, Idaho was abundant in gems such as topaz and jade. Hence Idaho’s nickname: the Gem State. Idaho is one of the most scenic states in the nation. It holds claim to numerous world famous sites. Here are just a few of the many wonders Idaho offers. • Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in the U.S. – 8,000 feet deep at some points. • Shoshone Falls (36 feet taller than Niagara falls) • Soda Springs (largest man-made geyser) • The Sawtooth Mountains in central Idaho • The world famous Lava Hot Springs • The “Craters of the Moon” in south-central Idaho • Sun Valley Resort, where the movie stars play • Coeur d’Alene, playground of the Pacific Northwest • Bruneau Dunes, the largest sand dunes in North America Geographically, Idaho is one of the most diverse in the country. From the rolling deserts of southern Idaho and the forested mountains of central Idaho to the rolling plains of the Palouse, this state has it all. If you’re into river rafting, Idaho has the Salmon River, nicknamed “The River of No Return.” If you like water sports, Idaho has more than 2,000 lakes with names, and many more without. One of the most famous is Pend Oreille, which is more than 1,100 feet deep in some parts. The Navy has tested some of its submarines at Lake Pend Oreille. Idaho is an outdoorsman’s dream come true. The state offers thousands of miles of trails for backpackers. Hunting and fishing locales are abundant all over the state. Idaho is home to part of the famous Lewis and Clark Trail. You can learn first-hand how the expedition was saved from certain starvation by the Nez Pierce Indian tribe. Idaho is the 13th largest state in the nation, but is sparsely populated with 1.3 million residents. The benefit of this is low crime rates and a healthy lifestyle. Last but certainly not least, Idaho indeed does have great potatoes. In 1937, the Idaho Potato Commission was formed. The state-run agency’s responsibilities include researching and expanding the Idaho potato market.

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Came a tribe From the North Brave and Bold Bearing banners Of Silver and Gold Tried and true To subdue All their foes Go Vandals Go Mighty Vandals! 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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C O A C H I N G Head coach Robb Akey .................................................. 52-55 Offensive coordinator/quarterbacks Steve Axman ............... 56 Recruiting coordinator/receivers Luther Carr....................... 57 Defensive coordinator Mark Criner ...................................... 58 Linebackers Rob Christoff ................................................... 59 Defensive line Eti Ena ......................................................... 60 Offensive line Dan Finn ....................................................... 61 Secondary/co-special teams Patrick Libey........................... 62 Tight ends Al Pupunu .......................................................... 63 Running backs/co-special teams Jeremy Thielbahr.............. 64 Equipment operations Damien Garnett ................................ 65 Speed and strength Jake Scharnhorst ................................. 65 Athletic training services Barrie Steele................................. 65 Football operations Mark Vaught ......................................... 65 Video coordinator Sam Teevens........................................... 66 Graduate assistant Blake Malsam ....................................... 66 Graduate assistant Matt Troxel ............................................ 66 Administrative assistant Shelley McLam .............................. 66 Student assistant Chris Baltzer ........................................... 66 Student assistant Kevin Small ............................................. 66

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HEAD COACH Fourth season 11-26 at Idaho/overall 2009 Humanitarian Bowl Champion Weber State, 1988 Wasson High School Colorado Springs, Colo. July 24, 1966

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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.” As he enters his fourth season, his boundless energy virtually reverberates inside the Kibbie Dome as he makes his mark on Vandal football. After three wins in his first two

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HEAD COACH

• Coach of 2009 Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl Champion • 2009 team had second-best 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

seasons, he led the Vandals to an eightwin season in 2009 as they posted the second-best turn-around in the Football Bowl Subdivision. More importantly, he put the Vandals back on the college football map when he guided them to victory in what was called the best game of the 2009 bowl season. His daring-do in calling for the two-point conversion that lifted Idaho over Bowling Green State to win the Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl struck a nationwide chord and garnered national media attention. He even secured for the Vandals the honor of being the official team of ESPN host Scott Van Pelt’s show. 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.”

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THE AKEY FAMILY Daniel, Molly, Robb, Jack

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 10 during the summer of 2009 visiting with U.S. troops in Afghanistan. It left a lasting impression on him and today he serves as co-chair of the University of Idaho’s Operation Education – a program that provides educational opportunity to veterans. During 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. “I’ve been up here nine years, and I think it’s the perfect place to build a family,” said Akey-. “I also think 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.”

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COACHING CAREER 1988

1996-98

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

Defensive coordinator Northern Arizona University 1999-2002 Defensive line coach Washington State University 2003-06 Defensive coordinator, Defensive line coach Washington State University

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.

DON’T QUIT As to what he considers FOOTBALL 2010 the most important message he can impart to his players: “Get up every day and compete. Don’t quit. Persevere.”

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OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ QUARTERBACKS Fourth season C.W. Post, 1969 Long Island University, 1972 East Stroudsburg State, 1974 Huntington Station, N.Y. June 10, 1948 Wife, Marie Daughters, Mary Beth, Jaclyn, Melissa, Kimberly

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2006 ~ Assistant, University of Montana • 2004 ~ Assistant, University of Washington • 2003 ~ Assistant, UCLA • 1999-2002 ~ Assistant, University of Washington • 1998 ~ Assistant, University of Minnesota • 1990-97 ~ Head coach, Northern Arizona • 1989 ~ Assistant, University of Maryland • 1987-88 ~ Assistant, UCLA • 1986 ~ Assistant, Stanford • 1985 ~ Assistant, Denver Gold (USFL) • 1980-84 ~ Assistant, University of Arizona • 1979 ~ Assistant, University of Illinois • 1976-78 ~ Assistant, Army • 1975 ~ Assistant, Albany (N.Y.) State • 1974 ~ Assistant, East Stroudsburg State • 1973 ~ Head coach, MacArthur HS (N.Y.)

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teve Axman, literally, wrote the book – make that one dozen books, on offensive football. That in-depth knowledge coupled with a lifetime of coaching is showing dividends in the production of the Vandal offense.

All strong reasons for head coach Robb Akey seeking Axman when he hired an offensive coordinator in 2007. Axman has touched some of the game’s most prominent names – Troy Aikman at UCLA, Marques Tuiasosopo at Washington and Neil O’Donnell at Maryland – during his career. “He has coordinated at the highest level, he has been in the Pac 10, the ACC, and he has put a number of quarterbacks into the NFL,” Akey said. “Troy Aikman played for him at UCLA, so he has a long list of success in different spots.” The Akey-Axman combination certainly has worked before. While at Northern Arizona (where they first coached together with Axman the head coach and Akey the defensive coordinator), the tandem put together the first team in school history to make it to the Division I-AA playoffs, and a No. 6 ranking in the season’s final poll. Not only, Akey said, has his former mentor been successful, he’s put some exciting and explosive offenses on the field. “He coaches the style of offense that I want to play,” Akey said. “It’s an exciting offense that we can take advantage of in the Dome.”

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Idaho’s 2009 Humanitarian Bowl championship team wound up fourth in tackles for loss allowed per game, sixth in pass efficiency rating, tied for seventh in fourth-down conversion rate, ninth in total offense and third-down conversion rate, and 12th in passing.

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RECEIVERS/RECRUITING COORDINATOR Fourth season Eastern Washington University, 1995 Garfield High School Seattle, Wash. May 1, 1971 Wife, Jessica Daughters, Amaria and Jasmine

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2003-06 ~ Receivers and running backs, University of Montana • 2002 ~ Graduate assistant, University of Washington • 1998-2001 ~ Head coach, Garfield High School • 1995-97 ~ Assistant coach, Pasco High School • 1994 ~ Assistant coach, Lewis and Clark High School

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daho had one of the nation’s most efficient passing offenses in 2009. A big part of the improvement is the sure-handedness of the receiving corps under the direction of Luther Carr.

By season’s end, Carr had some of the top receivers in the Western Athletic Conference with graduated senior Max Komar a dependable force all season and final NCAA rankings of 23rd in total yards, 28th in average yardage per game and 60th in receptions per game. Those numbers translate to second in the WAC in total yards and yards per game, and fifth in receptions per game Carr is the complete package coach Robb Akey wanted as an assistant who would wear two hats – receivers coach and recruiting coordinator. After playing wide receiver for four years at Eastern Washington University, Carr started his coaching career in 1994 at Lewis and Clark High School at Spokane. Carr coached – four as a head coach, and taught at the secondary level for eight years before making the move to the collegiate ranks.

CARR

His first college stop was at the University of Washington. From there, it was on to the University of Montana where he coached wide receivers and running backs. Along the way, he coached a number of players who now make their living playing football. Among them are Isaiah Stanback (Dallas), Thomas Howard (Oakland) and 2008 Miami draftee Lex Hilliard. In addition to Carr’s experience in coaching at many levels, Akey cites his teaching ability as instrumental in his success as a coach. To be a great teacher, one has to know his students. In football that means recruits, and according to Akey, Carr is one of the best at recruiting. “He’s got a great passion for recruiting,” Akey said. “We will sit down and start talking about kids and he knows every kid in the Northwest.” Another key to being a great teacher is to know the system inside and out. Luckily for Carr and the Vandals, he has had experience while he was a graduate assistant at Washington when current Vandal offensive coordinator Steve Axman was with the Huskies.

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

COACHING EXPERIENCE 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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ne 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.’ ” “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.”

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Luckily for Akey, he found a replica of his aggressive defensive mindset in Mark Criner.

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LINEBACKERS Second season Linfield College, 1995 Agoura Hills High School Agoura Hills, Calif. Feb. 14, 1973 Wife, Kristie Children, Delany and Makena

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2008 ~ Graduate assistant, Boise State • 2007 ~ Assistant, Idaho State • 2006 ~ Defensive coordinator, Montana State University • 2000-06 ~ Assistant, Montana State University • 1999 ~ Assistant, St. Mary’s College • 1997-98 ~ Graduate assistant, Colorado • 1996 ~ Assistant coach, Linfield College

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ob Christoff joined Robb Akey’s football staff as linebackers coach in the spring of 2009.

“Rob brings very good knowledge; very good teaching ability,” Akey said of Christoff. “He’s very well respected on this side of the country. I can’t tell you how many phone calls I got telling me what a valuable addition he would be.” Not only were there coaching accolades to make Christoff an appealing choice as a Vandal coach, there is some family history. His father, A.J. Christoff, played at Idaho during the mid1960s and was a long-time college football coach.

A 1995 graduate of Linfield College, Christoff’s coaching career dates to 1996 when he was the defensive line coach at Linfield. From Linfield, he went to Colorado where he was a graduate assistant (1997 and 1998) before a spring at Cal State Northridge (1999) and a fall at Saint Mary’s College (1999).

His next stop was at Montana State University, where he spent seven seasons – the first six as linebackers coach before serving as linebackers coach and defensive coordinator in 2006. He spent the 2007 season as linebackers coach at Idaho State University before making his move to an FBS team with a graduate assistantship at Boise State (2008). “He grew up in football,” Akey said. “Rob worked his way up.”

In addition to playing for two seasons at Linfield – one as a defensive end and the other as a linebacker, Christoff was a two-year letterman at linebacker for Boise State. He spent one season in the European Football League as a linebacker for the Deggendorf (Germany) Blackhawks.

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

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2008 ~ Assistant head coach, Eastern Oregon University • 2006-07 ~ Defensive coordinator, Eastern Oregon University • 2003-05 ~ Assistant, Eastern Oregon, University • 1997-98 ~ Assistant coach, Shelton High School

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ENA

ti Ena joined the Vandal staff in January 2009. The fit, head coach Robb Akey said, is perfect. “I’m very excited about the addition of Eti to our staff,” Akey said. “He’s a great teacher and a great communicator. His reputation among the young men he’s coached is outstanding.” Ena, a graduate of Eastern Washington University, comes to Idaho after three seasons at Eastern Oregon University. He was the Mountaineers’ assistant head coach, defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator last season after serving as defensive coordinator, linebackers coach and strength and conditioning coordinator in 2006 and 2007. Prior to his stint at Eastern Oregon, Ena was the assistant defensive line coach at Eastern Washington (200405) and assistant linebackers coach (2003) for the Eagles. His coaching career began at Shelton (Wash.) where he was the junior varsity head coach and later the high school linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator. “His experience at all levels of football is a tremendous bonus,” said Akey, noting Ena’s brother and father both are football coaches. Ena said he welcomes the FBS coaching opportunity. “I’m very excited to be a part of the University of Idaho coaching staff,” said Ena, who graduated from Inchelium (Wash.) High School. “This is a great opportunity to work with a great staff and great people.” Ena played linebacker at Utah’s Snow College and Walla Walla (Wash.) Community College before transferring to Eastern Washington. A shoulder injury during his junior year ended his playing career.

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OFFENSIVE LINE Fourth Season Northern Arizona, 2002 Westwood High School Mesa, Ariz. Aug. 23, 1976

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2004-06 ~ Graduate assistant, University of Utah • 2003-04 ~ Graduate assistant, Southern Utah University • 2003 ~ Defensive coordinator, Phoenix College • 2002 ~ Assistant, Mesa College

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here wasn’t a need for introductions when Dan Finn joined Robb Akey’s staff in the winter of 2007. Akey and offensive coordinator Steve Axman were coaches during Finn’s playing days at Northern Arizona. This is the fifth season the three will be together.

Among Finn’s charges last season was first-round NFL draft choice Mike Iupati, who was an Outland Trophy finalist and a consensus All-American. Iupati is one of two all-conference players Finn has coached in his Idaho tenure. He also guided first-team all-Western Athletic Conference center Adam Korby, who also was a Rimington Watch List player. Finn knows all about playing in the trenches. While at Northern Arizona, Finn was a starting offensive lineman under Axman. For two of the years during Finn’s time with the Lumberjacks, Akey prowled the sidelines as the defensive coordinator. After Finn was chosen to the NCAA Division I-AA All-America first team in both 1996 and 1997, the three embarked on very different journeys before eventually reuniting in Moscow a decade later. Finn’s travels initially led him to the NFL, where in 1999 he started as a guard in NFL Europe.

FINN

After his playing career ended, Finn made coaching stops in Phoenix and Southern Utah before taking a job as a graduate assistant offensive line coach at the University of Utah. Akey knew he had the right person in Finn, whose playing and coaching credentials give him the depth of experience needed to oversee the entire offensive line of a Division I-A program. “He was a physical and aggressive player,” Akey said, “so he brings that into his teaching of the game.

“You want an offensive line to be aggressive and I think he brings that.” Akey also likes to bring up his concept of building a family when he speaks of Finn.

“This gives us an opportunity to show that you will be one of our players for life,” Akey said. “Here’s a guy who played for us years ago and now here he is working with us.”

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SECONDARY/CO-SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR Fourth season University of Idaho, 2004 Central Valley High School Spokane, Wash. Oct. 11, 1980 Wife, Dawn Daughter, Ryan Nicole

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2005-06 ~ Graduate assistant, Washington State University • 2005 ~ Special teams coordinator/tight ends, Central Valley High School • Assistant, Central Valley High School

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or secondary coach Patrick Libey, coaching at the University of Idaho isn’t another step in a career that leads somewhere else. For Libey, Idaho is the destination and that falls right into Akey’s plan of building a family.

About Libey, Akey said, “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.” Libey added co-special teams coach – an assignment he shares with Jeremy Thielbahr, to his duties this spring.

LIBEY

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. Having had the ability to see Libey in action was more important to Akey’s decision to bring him back to Moscow than any other reason.

“He’s young but he did a great job as a graduate assistant,” Akey said. “He has a burning desire to teach it the right way.”

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TIGHT ENDS

First season Weber State, 1991; Utah 2003 Oct. 17, 1969 Wife, Mindi Children, Miley, Brynnli, Kenna, Kade

COACHING EXPERIENCE 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

Former San Diego Charger and one-time FCS single-season receptions record holder Al Pupunu is the newest member of Robb Akey’s Idaho football staff as he joins the Vandals’ as tight ends coach.

PUPUNU

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.

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JEREMY

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RUNNING BACKS/CO-SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR Third season Washington State University, 2001 & 2007 Sandpoint High School Sandpoint, Idaho Jan. 8, 1979

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2005-07 ~ Defensive line/assistant head coach, Montana State University • 2004-05 ~ Tight ends/video coordinator, Montana State University • 2001-03 ~ Graduate assistant, Washington State University

THIELBAHR

When Jeremy Thielbahr took over coaching Idaho’s running backs, he could relate after having played four years at neighboring Washington State University. He further utilized his background this past spring when he joined Patrick Libey as co-special teams coach – a segment of the game he also knows from experience as the captain of the special teams unit during Washington State’s 10-2 Sun Bowl season. During the Vandals’ 2009 Humanitarian Bowl Championship season, his backs tallied 164.7 yards per game as part of an offensive unit that ranked ninth nationally in total offense.

It was during his days with the Cougars that his association with Vandal head coach Robb Akey, who was a WSU assistant at the time, was established. He has pursued a coaching career since graduating from Washington State University in 2001 as a double major – Social Studies and History with a minor in Sociology.

Thielbahr was a four-year letterman at Washington State. He played at running back and tight end and was the special teams captain as a senior. He was a member of the Cougars’ Rose and Sun bowl teams and, after completing his eligibility, played in the Paradise Bowl and New Era Bowl – two college football all-star games. He was a graduate assistant at WSU for three seasons and was a part of the staffs of the 2002 Rose Bowl and 2003 Holiday Bowl teams.

He left Washington State for Montana State where he served in various capacities. He was the Bobcats’ tight ends coach and video coordinator from 2004-05. He added recruiting coordinator responsibilities in 2006 – a role he maintained though 2007 even though he migrated to the defensive side of the ball and was the defensive line coach and assistant head coach from 2005-07. Thielbahr completed his Master of Arts in teaching in 2007.

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS AND SERVICES

DAMIEN GARNETT Wilmington College (2000) • Second season Simon Kenton High School • Independence, Ky. Damien Garnett joins the University of Idaho staff as the Director of Athletics Equipment Operations and Services. Garnett comes to Idaho after four years as the equipment manager for the Columbus Destroyers of the Arena Football League. Prior to working for the Destroyers, he was the Athletic Equipment Manager for Olympic Sports at the University of Cincinnati (2001-2005) and the Football Equipment Manager at Lehigh University (2000-01). He is a 2000 graduate of Wilmington College with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management. He and his wife, Jill, have two daughters Katelyn and Maddyson.

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC TRAINING SERVICES

BARRIE STEELE Washington State University (1979) • 24th season Pasco High School • Pasco, Wash. Steele joined the University of Idaho staff in 1989 as the Vandals’ head athletic trainer. His duties expanded to include all student-athlete services (athletic training room, strength and conditioning, and equipment services. He also oversaw the remodel of the Vandals’ athletic training and equipment room, and the construction of three state-of-the-art team rooms. The revamped athletic training room gives Idaho student-athletes access to the best in preventative and rehabilitative equipment and care. He is a 1979 graduate of Washington State University. He later earned his master’s degree in Sport Science at the University of Idaho. He is active in the National Athletic Trainers Association. Steele and his wife, Sue, have two children – Barbara and Ross. He is a 1975 graduate of Pasco, Wash., High School.

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SPEED, STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

JAKE SCHARNHORST Northern Colorado (2002) • University of Idaho (2005)• Second season Genessee High School • Genessee, Idaho Jake Scharnhorst returned to Idaho in July 2009. A graduate assistant in 200304 and an assistant strength coach for the Vandals in 2004-05, Scharnhorst returns to the Idaho strength and conditioning staff as head strength and conditioning coach after spending three years as an assistant strength coach at Mississippi and another as head strength and conditioning coach at Utah State. Scharnhorst earned his bachelor’s degree from Northern Colorado in 2002 and his master’s from Idaho in 2005. He and his wife, Courtney, have two daughters – Kyra and Mia.

DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

MARK VAUGHT Oregon State University (2006) University of Washington (2007) Third season Vaught is in his third season as Director of Football Operations after earning his master’s degree in Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership at the University of Washington. He graduated cum laude from Oregon State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business. In preparing for a career in athletics adminstration, Vaught served as the interim director of the Nordstrom Tennis Center, was the assistant director of the Pac-10 Women’s Golf Championship (2007) and the NCAA Volleyball Regional (2006). He also served as the visiting team liaison at the NCAA Gymnastics National Championship in 2006, assisted in Oregon State Event Management (2003-06) and Oregon State Football Operations (winter 2006). He and his wife, Bailey, were married in July 2009.

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VANDALS VIDEO COORDINATOR

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

SAM TEEVENS

BLAKE MALSAM

Teevens begins his 10th season as Idaho’s video coordinator. During his tenure, he has been a part of the increasingly high-tech world of team video. Teevens came to Idaho from Tulane where he was the assistant facilities manager from 1994-96 and the administrative assistant/assistant video coordinator from 1993-96. A native of Boston, Mass., Teevens played football for the University of New Hampshire from 1981-85. His wife, Yogi, is one of Idaho’s co-head track coaches. They have one son, Cody, and one daughter, Peyton.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

SHELLEY McLAM Shelley has been the football administrative assistant for three seasons. She is an native of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, but grew up in Moscow and graduated from Moscow High School. She and her husband Curt have two sons. They are an avid outdoor family, whose interests include hunting, fishing, camping and snowmobiling.

STUDENT ASSISTANT

CHRIS BALTZER Baltzer joined the Vandals last fall as a defensive adminstrative assistant. He is a graduate of Washington State University and of Sheldon High School at Eugene, Ore. He was a linebacker for WSU’s Cougars and while at Sheldon he played football, basketball and baseball and earned seven varsity letters. He was born March 14, 1985.

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Malsam is a 2004 graduate of Coeur d’Alene’s Lake City High School, where he played football and basketball and ran track. He was an all-Inland Empire League choice in football where he played wide receiver and cornerback. He attended Whitworth University in 2004-05 and 2005-06 and was a receiver and cornerback on the Pirates’ football team. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education at Idaho and is pursuing his master’s. He was born Nov. 4, 1985.

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

MATT TROXEL Troxel begins work his master’s degree at Idaho after earning his bachelor’s degree at the University of Montana. He was a three-year letterman for the Grizzlies and was the 2007 recipient of the Naisby Reinhardt Athletic Academic Endowment. Montana was a three-time Big Sky Conference champion, I-AA runner-up and I-AA semifinalist while Troxel played there. He is the grandson of the late Ed Troxel, former Idaho coaching and a northwest coaching legend. He is a 2004 graduate of Coeur d’Alene’s Lake City High School. He was born Jan. 17, 1986.

STUDENT ASSISTANT

KEVIN SMALL Small joined the Vandal coaching staff after playing tight end at Idaho for two seasons and earning Scout Team Player of the Year honors during his redshirt season. As a junior in 2008, he played in 10 games, started two and caught two passes for 20 yards and one touchdown. As a senior in 2009, he caught four passes for 28 years and was a key figure in the Vandals ability to block and protect for an offense ranked ninth in total offense. He attended Palomar Junior College before transferring to Idaho. In addition to starting at tight end at Palomar, he played for its Pacific Coast Conference championship basketball team. He is a graduate of Escondido (Calif.) High School.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

WT.

YR.

EXP.

26 12 40 8 5 79 31 45 44 50 4 27 14 46 36 70 93 13 22 32 98 7 12 34 94 81 10 59 21 41 55 92 47 57 1 6 61 88 29 71 6 30 19 85 3 18 77 90 91 10

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

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

189 209 279 203 209 315 237 189 195 222 199 185 175 220 193 311 289 220 175 203 275 201 213 235 322 244 233 251 180 213 226 256 238 229 223 180 335 242 168 287 179 175 190 238 199 194 319 273 252 216

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

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

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Brandon Artz Quin Ashley Henry Asuega Kama Bailey Ryan Bass Spencer Beale Jerey Bediako Chase Bell Garrett Bentz Tyler Brooks Logan Bushnell Isaac Butts Tracy Carter Elliott Chapman Joe Christianson Matt Cleveland Michael Cosgrove Bobby Cowan Mitchell Crockom Bryce Davis Jesse Davis Preston Davis Taylor Davis JoJo Dickson Larry Dugan Taylor Elmo Nathan Enderle Pat Enders Trey Farquhar Austin Fedderson Andre Ferguson Maxx Forde Ben Garnett Justin Green Eric Greenwood Aaron Grymes Tevita Halaholo Daniel Hardy Matthew Harvey Clell Hasenbank Robert Hatchett III Tom Hennessey Justin Hernandez Clayton Homme Deonte` Jackson Armauni Johnson Jordan Johnson Karel Kearney Vince Keener Shiloh Keo

2L HS SQ RS 3L 1L 1L 2L 1L SQ 1L HS SQ RS 3L JC RS HS RS 4L*

PREVIOUS SCHOOL

HOMETOWN

Grandview High School/Southern Oregon Grandview, Wash. Paris High School Paris, Texas Corona High School Corona, Calif. Damien Memorial High School Honolulu, Hawai`i Centennial High School/Arizona State Corona, Calif. Lewiston High School Lewiston, Idaho Boise High School Amsterdam, The Netherlands Kamehameha Schools Wailuku, Hawai`i Vale High School Vale, Ore. Orofino High School Orofino, Idaho Emerald Ridge High School Puyallup, Wash. Richland High School Pasco, Wash. Madison High School Mesquite, Texas Grossmont College/Marin Catholic High School Larkspur, Calif. Timberline High School Boise, Idaho Kentwood High School Kent, Wash. Desert Pines High School Las Vegas, Nev. Evergreen High School Vancouver, Wash. Alhambra High School Alhambra, Calif. Auburn High School Auburn, Wash. Asotin High School Asotin, Wash. Shadow Ridge High School Las Vegas, Nev. Boulder Creek High School Anthem, Ariz. Baldwin High School Wailuku, Hawai`i Gahr High School Cerritos, Calif. Eisenhower High School Yakima, Wash. North Platte High School North Platte, Neb. Gonzaga Prep Spokane, Wash. Redlands East Valley Redlands, Calif. El Reno High School El Reno, Calif. East Valley High School Redlands, Calif. Woodinville High School Woodinville, Wash. Joseph High School Joseph, Ore. Hockinson High School Brush Prairie, Wash. Edmonds-Woodway High School Edmonds, Wash. West Seattle High School Seattle, Wash. College of San Mateo/Mills High School Millbrae, Calif. West High School Anchorage, Alaska Parkland High School/Ellsworth CC (Iowa) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. McEwen High School/College of Siskiyous Adams, Ore. Centennial High School Compton, Calif. Mountain Home High School Mountain Home, Idaho Lapwai High School Lapwai, Idaho Southridge High School Kennewick, Wash. Warren High School Warren, Ark. West Los Angeles College Jacksonville, Fla. Santiago High School Corona, Calif. John B. Connelly High School Austin, Texas Westview High School Avondale, Ariz. Archbishop Murphy High School Everett, Wash.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

WT.

YR.

EXP.

80 95 72 63 54 74 19 58 20 49 87 67 66 2 16 15 65 22 14 68 51 38 75 99 33 43 42 2 1 32 96 89 28 24 16 37 50 24 11 3 25 83 20 48 78 23 7 97

TE DE OL OT LB OL LB DE RB LB WR OL OL CB QB WR LS S QB OL LB CB OL DE LB DT LB WR LB S DE DT RB DB LB CB OL WR RB S RB WR CB TE OL WR S DL

6-2 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-7 6-3 5-9 6-6 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-9 6-6 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-8 6-6 6-1 602 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-7 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-4

246 255 286 306 208 298 215 239 192 228 208 318 258 188 238 172 256 208 226 301 240 181 306 294 222 292 228 205 216 170 257 308 203 215 230 178 372 180 223 187 151 186 166 236 325 171 192 301

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

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

Michael LaGrone Aaron Lavarias Bilal Liggins Ronald Mallory Brad Marboe Mike Marboe Homer Mauga Benson Mayowa Princeton McCarty John McKinley Daniel Micheletti Tyrone Noviko Tim Olmsted Kenneth Patten Justin Podrabsky Marsel Posey Christopher Ramos James Randall Brian Reader Guy Reynolds Jr. Tre`Shawn Robinson Brennett Rodseth Kyle Salm Jonah Sataraka Conrad Scheidt Fonomanu Sekona Paul Senescall Maurice Shaw Robert Siavii Chance Smith Charles Smith Jr. Aaron Strumski Calvin Thompson Thaad Thompson Korey Toomer Shawn Tucker Sam Tupua Justin Veltung Troy Vital Gary Walker Jayson Washington Landon Weaver Christian Whitehead Derek Wieting Charles Wiley Demetrius Williams Trey Williams Bryan Wilson

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McQueen High School Woodinville High School Lakes High School Deer Valley High School Idaho Falls High School Wenatchee High School Helix High School/Grossmont College Inglewood High School West High School Marsh Valley High School Mountain View High School Curlew High School Nampa High School Crenshaw High School Lewiston High School Centennial High School Don Bosco Tech/Mt. San Antonio College Compton High School Monterey Peninsula/Palma High School Westview High School Upland High School Auburn Riverside High School San Dimas High School Gov. John Rogers High School Kamehameha High School Leuzinger High School Mead High School Colony High School Leilehua High School Idaho Falls High School Desert Pines High School South Broward High School/Ellsworth CC Vista Ridge High School Ellsworth College Arizona Western/Shadow Ridge High School Laguna Hills High School Palomar Junior College Puyallup High School Copperas Cove High School Redlands East Valley High School Moscow High School LaGrande High School Fairfax High School Meridian High School Fu Hun High School/Grossmont College Inderkum High School Leflore County High School Milpitas High School

HOMETOWN

Reno, Nev. Woodinville, Wash. Lakewood, Wash. Glendale, Ariz. Idaho Falls, Idaho Wenatchee, Wash. La Mesa, Calif. Inglewood, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Arimo, Idaho Meridian, Idaho Curlew, Wash. Nampa, Idaho Los Angeles, Calif. Lewiston, Idaho Corona, Calif. Rosemead, Calif. Compton, Calif. Prunedale, Calif. Avondale, Ariz. Upland, Calif. Auburn, Wash. San Dimas, Calif. Puyallup, Wash Waianae, Hawai`i Lawndale, Calif. Spokane, Wash. Ontario, Calif. Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Idaho Falls, Idaho Las Vegas, Nev. Hollywood, Fla. Cedar Park, Texas Margate, Fla. Las Vegas, Nev. Laguna Hills, Calif. Wilmington, Calif. Puyallup, Wash. Copperas Cove, Texas Redlands, Calif. Moscow, Idaho LaGrande, Ore. Los Angeles, Calif. Meridian, Idaho Knoxville, Tenn. Sacramento, Calif. Itta Bena, Miss. Milpitas, Calif.

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POS.

HT.

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EXP.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL

1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 10 10 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 16 18 19 19 20 20 21 22 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 33 34 36 37 38 40

WR LB CB WR RB S QB RB CB WR WR S RB QB S RB S QB QB/P CB QB WR QB LB WR LB WR RB CB K WR S WR DB WR RB S CB RB CB CB LB S RB LB LB S CB CB DT

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

223 216 188 205 199 187 199 209 180 179 201 192 203 233 216 223 209 213 220 175 226 172 238 230 194 215 190 192 166 180 175 208 171 215 180 151 189 185 203 168 175 237 170 203 222 235 193 178 181 279

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

3L 2L 2L 3L 3L 1L SQ TR 1L 1L 2L RS 2L 3L 4L* 1L 2L RS 1L RS 1L 2L HS 1L JC JC SQ 2L RS 1L HS HS HS JC 1L HS 2L 3L HS 1L HS RS HS TR 1L 3L HS RS RS SQ

Edmonds-Woodway High School Edmonds, Wash. Leilehua High School Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Crenshaw High School Los Angeles, Calif. Colony High School Ontario, Calif. Warren High School Warren, Ark. Redlands East Valley High School Redlands, Calif. Emerald Ridge High School Puyallup, Wash. Centennial High School/Arizona State Corona, Calif. West Seattle High School Seattle, Wash. Centennial High School Compton, Calif. Shadow Ridge High School Las Vegas, Nev. Leflore County High School Itta Bena, Miss. Damien Memorial High School Honolulu, Hawai`i North Platte High School North Platte, Neb. Archbishop Murphy High School Everett, Wash. Copperas Cove High School Copperas Cove, Texas Paris High School Paris, Texas Boulder Creek High School Anthem, Ariz. Evergreen High School Vancouver, Wash. Madison High School Mesquite, Texas Monterey Peninsula/Palma High School Prunedale, Calif. Centennial High School Corona, Calif. Lewiston High School Lewiston, Idaho Arizona Western/Shadow Ridge High School Las Vegas, Nev. West Los Angeles College Jacksonville, Fla. Helix High School/Grossmont College La Mesa, Calif. Lapwai High School Lapwai, Idaho West High School Bakersfield, Calif. Fairfax High School Los Angeles, Calif. Redlands East Valley Redlands, Calif. Alhambra High School Alhambra, Calif. Compton High School Compton, Calif. Inderkum High School Sacramento, Calif. Ellsworth College Margate, Fla. Puyallup High School Puyallup, Wash. Moscow High School Moscow, Idaho Grandview High School/Southern Oregon Grandview, Wash. Richland High School Pasco, Wash. Vista Ridge High School Cedar Park, Texas Parkland High School/Ellsworth CC (Iowa) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mountain Home High School Mountain Home, Idaho Boise High School Amsterdam, The Netherlands Idaho Falls High School Idaho Falls, Idaho Auburn High School Auburn, Wash. Kamehameha High School Waianae, Hawai`i Baldwin High School Wailuku, Hawai`i Timberline High School Boise, Idaho Laguna Hills High School Laguna Hills, Calif. Auburn Riverside High School Auburn, Wash. Corona High School Corona, Calif.

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Eric Greenwood Robert Siavii Kenneth Patten Maurice Shaw Deonte` Jackson Gary Walker Logan Bushnell Ryan Bass Aaron Grymes Robert Hatchett III Preston Davis Trey Williams Kama Bailey Nathan Enderle Shiloh Keo Troy Vital Quin Ashley Taylor Davis Bobby Cowan Tracy Carter Brian Reader Marsel Posey Justin Podrabsky Korey Toomer Armauni Johnson Homer Mauga Justin Hernandez Princeton McCarty Christian Whitehead Trey Farquhar Mitchell Crockom James Randall Demetrius Williams Thaad Thompson Justin Veltung Jayson Washington Brandon Artz Isaac Butts Calvin Thompson Matthew Harvey Tom Hennessey Jerey Bediako Chance Smith Bryce Davis Conrad Scheidt JoJo Dickson Joe Christianson Shawn Tucker Brennett Rodseth Henry Asuega

HOMETOWN

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NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME

POS.

HT.

WT.

YR.

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 50 51 54 55 57 58 59 61 63 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 74 75 77 78 79 80 81 83 85 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

LB LB DT LB S LB LB TE LB LB OL LB LB DE DE DE DE OL OT LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE TE WR TE WR H DT DT DE DE DT DT DE DE DL DE DE

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

213 228 292 195 189 220 238 236 228 222 372 240 208 226 229 239 251 335 306 256 258 318 301 311 287 286 298 306 319 325 315 246 244 186 238 208 242 308 273 252 256 289 322 255 257 301 275 294

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

Austin Fedderson Paul Senescall Fonomanu Sekona Garrett Bentz Chase Bell Elliott Chapman Ben Garnett Derek Wieting John McKinley Tyler Brooks Sam Tupua Tre`Shawn Robinson Brad Marboe Andre Ferguson Justin Green Benson Mayowa Pat Enders Tevita Halaholo Ronald Mallory Christopher Ramos Tim Olmsted Tyrone Noviko Guy Reynolds Jr. Matt Cleveland Clell Hasenbank Bilal Liggins Mike Marboe Kyle Salm Jordan Johnson Charles Wiley Spencer Beale Michael LaGrone Taylor Elmo Landon Weaver Clayton Homme Daniel Micheletti Daniel Hardy Aaron Strumski Karel Kearney Vince Keener Maxx Forde Michael Cosgrove Larry Dugan Aaron Lavarias Charles Smith Jr. Bryan Wilson Jesse Davis Jonah Sataraka

FOOTBALL 2010

EXP.

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

PREVIOUS SCHOOL

El Reno High School Mead High School Leuzinger High School Vale High School Kamehameha Schools Grossmont College/Marin Catholic High School Joseph High School Meridian High School Marsh Valley High School Orofino High School Palomar Junior College Upland High School Idaho Falls High School East Valley High School Hockinson High School Inglewood High School Gonzaga Prep College of San Mateo/Mills High School Deer Valley High School Don Bosco Tech/Mt. San Antonio College Nampa High School Curlew High School Westview High School Kentwood High School McEwen High School/College of Siskiyous Lakes High School Wenatchee High School San Dimas High School Santiago High School Fu Hun High School/Grossmont College Lewiston High School McQueen High School Eisenhower High School LaGrande High School Southridge High School Mountain View High School West High School South Broward High School/Ellsworth CC John B. Connelly High School Westview High School Woodinville High School Desert Pines High School Gahr High School Woodinville High School Desert Pines High School Milpitas High School Asotin High School Gov. John Rogers High School

HOMETOWN

El Reno, Calif. Spokane, Wash. Lawndale, Calif. Vale, Ore. Wailuku, Hawai`i Larkspur, Calif. Joseph, Ore. Meridian, Idaho Arimo, Idaho Orofino, Idaho Wilmington, Calif. Upland, Calif. Idaho Falls, Idaho Redlands, Calif. Brush Prairie, Wash. Inglewood, Calif. Spokane, Wash. Millbrae, Calif. Glendale, Ariz. Rosemead, Calif. Nampa, Idaho Curlew, Wash. Avondale, Ariz. Kent, Wash. Adams, Ore. Lakewood, Wash. Wenatchee, Wash. San Dimas, Calif. Corona, Calif. Knoxville, Tenn. Lewiston, Idaho Reno, Nev. Yakima, Wash. LaGrande, Ore. Kennewick, Wash. Meridian, Idaho Anchorage, Alaska Hollywood, Fla. Austin, Texas Avondale, Ariz. Woodinville, Wash. Las Vegas, Nev. Cerritos, Calif. Woodinville, Wash. Las Vegas, Nev. Milpitas, Calif. Asotin, Wash. Puyallup, Wash

71

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

SQUAD BREAKDOWN LETTERMEN RETURNING (45) Offense – 17 Defense – 25 Special teams – 3 LETTERMEN LOST (11) Offense – 9 Defense – 2 Special teams – 0 STARTERS LOST Offense Peter Bjorvik TE 6-4 Mike Iupati G 6-6 Adam Juratovac G 6-3 Max Komar WR 5-10 Bryce Sinclair T 6-5 Irv Stevens C 6-3

245 330 306 202 327 277

Oga Faumui Jeromy Jones

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

4L 4L 4L 4L 4L 2L

Defense T 6-0 299 SS 6-0 200

STARTERS RETURNING Offense Matt Cleveland OT 6-4 311 Preston Davis WR 6-2 201 Nathan Enderle QB 6-5 233 Eric Greenwood WR 6-6 233 Daniel Hardy TE 6-4 242 Deonte` Jackson RB 5-8 199 Princeton McCarty RB 5-8 192 Maurice Shaw WR 6-3 205

Sr. 2L Sr. 2L

Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

1L 2L 3L 3L 2L 3L 2L 3L

Defense CB 6-0 DT 6-4 LB 6-2 DE 6-3 S 5-11 DE 6-3 CB 5-9 DT 6-2 LB 6-1 LB 6-1 Specialists Bobby Cowan P 6-5 Trey Farquhar K 6-1 Christopher Ramos LS 5-11 Isaac Butts Michael Cosgrove JoJo Dickson Andre Ferguson Shiloh Keo Aaron Lavarias Kenneth Patten Jonah Sataraka Paul Senescall Robert Siavii

185 289 235 226 216 255 188 294 228 216

Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

3L 2L 3L 2L 4L 3L 2L 3L 3L 2L

220 So. 1L 180 So. 1L 256 Sr. 1L

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Akey ACHE-ee Asuega AH-sue-eng-ah Bediako BEE-dee-ah-co Cowan COW-an Dugan DO-gan Eti Ena first name rhymes with Eddie; EN-ah Farquhar FAR-qwar Tevita Halaholo TAH-vee-ta HALL-ah-HO-low

72

Homme HA-me Armauni Johnson AR-mon-ee Karel Kearney ka-REL KUHR-nay Keo KAY-oh Lavarias lah-VAR-e-us Libey LYE-bee Mauga MOWN-ga Mayowa MAY-oh-uh Novikoff NO-vi-cough

Pupunu Sataraka Senescall Siavii Toomer Tupua Vital Wieting

PAH-pu-nu SAH-ta-rocka sen-ES-call SEE-uh-vee-ee Tumor TAH-puh-uh VIE-tle Wheating

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

SQUAD BREAKDOWN SQUAD BREAKDOWN BY YEAR Senior Brandon Artz Isaac Butts JoJo Dickson Nathan Enderle Eric Greenwood Tevita Halaholo Daniel Hardy Clell Hasenbank Deonte Jackson Shiloh Keo Aaron Lavarias Christopher Ramos Jonah Sataraka Fonomanu Sekona Paul Senescall Maurice Shaw Korey Toomer Junior Quin Ashley Kama Bailey Tyler Brooks Elliott Chapman Matt Cleveland Michael Cosgrove Bryce Davis Preston Davis Andre Ferguson Matthew Harvey Armauni Johnson Homer Mauga Princeton McCarty John McKinley Tyrone Novikoff Kenneth Patten Marsel Posey Brian Reader Tre`Shawn Robinson Robert Siavii Charles Smith Jr. Aaron Strumski Thaad Thompson Sam Tupua Landon Weaver Derek Wieting

Charles Wiley Sophomore Henry Asuega Ryan Bass Logan Bushnell Bobby Cowan Trey Farquhar Austin Fedderson Ben Garnett Aaron Grymes Robert Hatchett III Justin Hernandez Jared Heston Bilal Liggins Ronald Mallory Brad Marboe Benson Mayowa Guy Reynolds Conrad Scheidt Justin Veltung Troy Vital Gary Walker Bryan Wilson Redshirt freshman Jeffrey Bediako Tracy Carter Taylor Davis Larry Dugan Taylor Elmo Pat Enders Justin Green Clayton Homme Jordan Johnson Vince Keener Michael LaGrone Daniel Micheletti Brennett Rodseth Shawn Tucker Christian Whitehead Trey Williams True freshman Spencer Beale Chase Bell Garrett Bentz Joe Christianson Mitchell Crockom Jesse Davis

FOOTBALL 2010

Maxx Forde Tom Hennessey Karel Kearney Tyler Kuder Mike Marboe Tim Olmsted Justin Podrabsky James Randall Kyle Salm Chance Smith Calvin Thompson Jayson Washington Demetrius Williams BY POSITION Quarterback Logan Bushnell Taylor Davis Nathan Enderle Justin Podrabsky Brian Reader Running back Kama Bailey Ryan Bass Bryce Davis Deonte Jackson Princeton McCarty Calvin Thompson Troy Vital Jayson Washington Receiver Michael Crockom Preston Davis Eric Greenwood Robert Hatchett III Justin Hernandez Armauni Johnson Daniel Micheletti Marsel Posey Maurice Shaw Justin Veltung Landon Weaver Demetrius Williams Tight end Taylor Elmo Daniel Hardy Clayton Homme Michael LaGrone

Derek Wieting Offensive line Spencer Beale Matt Cleveland Tevita Halaholo Clell Hasenbank Jordan Johnson Bilal Liggins Ronald Mallory Mike Marboe Tyrone Novikoff Tim Olstead Guy Reynolds Kyle Salm Sam Tupua Charles Wiley Defensive line Henry Asuega Michael Cosgrove Jesse Davis Larry Dugan Pat Enders Andre Ferguson Maxx Forde Justin Green Karel Kearney Vince Keener Aaron Lavarias Benson Mayowa Jonah Sataraka Fono Sekona Charles Smith Jr. Aaron Strumski Bryan Wilson Linebacker Jeffrey Bediako Garrett Bentz Tyler Brooks Elliott Chapman JoJo Dickson Austin Fedderson Ben Garnett Brad Marboe Homer Mauga John McKinley Tre`Shawn Robinson Conrad Scheidt

Paul Senescall Robert Siavii Korey Toomer Secondary Brandon Artz Quin Ashley Chase Bell Isaac Butts Tracy Carter Joe Christianson Aaron Grymes Matthew Harvey Tom Hennessey Shiloh Keo Kenneth Patten James Randall Andre Robinson Brennett Rodseth Chance Smith Thaad Thompson Shawn Tucker Gary Walker Christian Whitehead Trey Williams Punter Bobby Cowan Kicker Trey Farquhar Long snapper Christopher Ramos BY EXPERIENCE 4L Shiloh Keo 3L Isaac Butts JoJo Dickson Nathan Enderle Eric Greenwood Deonte Jackson Aaron Lavarias Jonah Sataraka Fono Sekona Paul Senescall Maurice Shaw 2L Brandon Artz Quin Ashley

Kama Bailey Tyler Brooks Michael Cosgrove Preston Davis Andre Ferguson Daniel Hardy Princeton McCarty Tyrone Novikoff Kenneth Patten Marsel Posey Tre`Shawn Robinson Robert Siavii Charles Smith Jr. Derek Wieting

Homer Mauga Aaron Strumski Thaad Thompson Sam Tupua Charles Wiley TR Ryan Bass Bryce Davis RS Jeffrey Bediako Tracy Carter Taylor Davis Larry Dugan Taylor Elmo Pat Enders Justin Green Clayton Homme Jordan Johnson Vince Keener Michael LaGrone Daniel Micheletti Brennett Rodseth Kyle Salm Shawn Tucker Christian Whitehead Trey Williams

1L Matt Cleveland Bobby Cowan Trey Farquhar Aaron Grymes Tevita Halaholo Matthew Harvey Robert Hatchett III Benson Mayowa John McKinley Christopher Ramos Brian Reader Conrad Scheidt Korey Toomer Justin Veltung Troy Vital Gary Walker SQ Henry Asuega Logan Bushnell Ben Garnett Clell Hasenbank Justin Hernandez Bilal Liggins Ronald Mallory Brad Marboe Guy Reynolds Landon Weaver Bryan Wilson JC Elliott Chapman Armauni Johnson

HS Spencer Beale Chase Bell Garrett Bentz Joe Christianson Mitchell Crockom Jesse Davis Maxx Forde Tom Hennessey Karel Kearney Mike Marboe Tim Olsted Justin Podrabsky James Randall Kyle Salm Chance Smith Calvin Thompson Jayson Washington Demetrius Williams

73

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

2010 CAPTAINS OFFENSE #10 NATHAN ENDERLE SENIOR QUARTERBACK

DEFENSE #34 JOJO DICKSON SENIOR LINEBACKER

DEFENSE #99 JONAH SATARAKA SENIOR DEFENSIVE TACKLE

SPECIAL TEAMS #10 SHILOH KEO SENIOR SAFETY

SPECIAL TEAMS #26 BRANDON ARTZ SENIOR SAFETY

74

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

A

rtz, Brandon

Safety

Grandview High School

Sr.

5-10

189

Southern Oregon

2L

Grandview, Wash.

#26

2010 CO-SPECIAL TEAMS CAPTAIN 2009: Played in all 13 games on special teams and in the secondary ... had 19 total tackles ... best game was seven tackles (three solo and four assists) vs. Fresno State ... also the holder for kicker Trey Farquhar. 2008: Played in seven games and had three total tackles – all solo. 2007: Redshirted. 2006: Earned Scout Team Player of the Year recognition while attending Southern Oregon State University ... dean’s list both semesters. High school: First-team all-state recognition as a quarterback and defensive back after a Grandview High record-setting senior campaign ... also earned first-team all-CWAC honors at quarterback and defensive back, was the Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year, Tri-City Herald third-team quarterback and defensive back, and was the Week 11 Washington state Player of the Week ... started at quarterback, safety and punter ... completed 194-314 passes for 2,256 yards and 21 TDs ... also had 300 yards rushing and five rushing TDs ... had 131 tackles, six interceptions (two of which were returned for TDs), four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries ... as a junior, was a first-team all-CWAC choice at defensive back and third-team selection at quarterback ... completed 135 of 230 passes for 1,802 yards and 16 TDs ... also rushed for four TDs ... had 87 tackles, four interceptions and four forced fumbles ... started at safety as a sophomore and had 81 tackles and two interceptions ... also played basketball and baseball and ran track ... earned all-CWAC honors in the throwing events ... graduated fourth in his class, was the GHS Student of the Year, ASB President and DECA national qualifier. Personal: Was married in the summer of 2010 ... wife, Cristal ... son of Millie and Derek Artz ... born Dec. 21, 1987 ... majoring in Physical Education.

A

shley, Quin

Safety

Paris High School

Jr.

Paris, Texas

5-11

209

2L

#12

2009: Redshirted and moved to the defensive secondary. 2008: Expanded his role yet again ... started the season in a backup quarterback role and finished the season in the secondary ... in addition to throwing the ball, he also had three pass receptions and three rushes for 86 all-purpose yards (35 rushing, 51 receiving). 2007: Came to Idaho with the possibility of playing quarterback or defensive back ... moved full-time to the offensive side of the ball mid-season ... played in six games at quarterback and started twice ... completed eight of 22 passes and was intercepted once ... threw for 92 yards and one TD ... also rushed for 111 yards on 28 carries ... best game was at New Mexico State when he was eight of 15 passing for 92 yards and one TD, along with six rushes for 21 yards. High school: Three-year letterman and two-year starter at Paris (Texas) High School ... as a senior, was a unanimous first-team all-District quarterback ... also all-Red River Valley first-team quarterback and all-Smoaky.com honorable mention quarterback ... as a senior, completed 69 of 143 passes for 993 yards and 11 TDs, and carried the ball 146 times for 902 yards and 17 TDs ... led team in scoring in 2006 ... as a junior, was all-District 12-4A as a quarterback and all-Red River Valley at quarterback ... also played baseball and basketball and competed in track. Personal: Son of Kim and Ray Miller ... born Oct. 22, 1988 ... majoring in Business and Economics.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Passes attempted – 15 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 20, 2007). Passes completed – 8 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 20, 2007). Yards passing – 92 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 20, 2007). TD passes – 1 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 20, 2007). Long pass – 19 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 20, 2007). Interceptions – 1 (at Nevada, Oct. 27, 2007). Rushing yards – 62 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 13, 2007). Rushes – 11 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 27, 2007). Receptions – 1, three times (vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008; vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008, and vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008). Receiving yards – 19 (vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008). All-purpose yards – 62 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 13, 2007 [62 rushing, 0 passing). Solo tackles – 2 (at Hawai`i, Nov. 22, 2008).

FOOTBALL 2010

75

VANDALS

A

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

suega, Henry Defensive tackle So. 6-0 279 SQ Corona High School

Corona, Calif.

#40

(Pronounced AH-sween-ah) 2009: Scout team player. 2008: Redshirted. High school: Played fullback and defensive tackle in high school … as a junior, had 28 solo tackles and 17 assists for a total of 45 – an average of 5.6 per game … also had four sacks and one fumble recovery … had a single-game high 10 tackles … missed part of junior season but still earned second-team all-Mountain View League recognition … missed senior season because of surgery to repair injury sustained during junior season. Personal: Son of Itutasi and Imeleta Asuega ... born Jan. 4, 1990.

B

ailey, Kama

Running back

Damien Memorial High School

Jr.

5-9

203

2L

Honolulu, Hawai`i

#8

(Pronounced comma)

• All-time single-season record holder for kickoff return yardage (955, 2008) • Second on all-time career kickoff return yardage list (1,408) • Second on all-time single-season list for kickoff returns (45, 2008) • All-time career kickoff return leader (63)

2009: Primarily kickoff returner ... also played at running back ... moved into first on all-time kickoff return list with 63 and into second on all-time kickoff return yardage list with 1,408, which includes three returns for 79 yards in Humanitarian Bowl victory ... ranked 11th in WAC in average per kickoff return. 2008: Pressed into service as a true freshman ... had two receptions – both for TDs – on catches of 33 and 27 yards at Louisiana Tech ... finished the season as Idaho’s all-time single-season kickoff return yardage leader with 955 yards on 41 returns, which is second on the RUSHING single-season returns list. G ATT YDS Year High school: Honolulu Star Bulletin Offensive Player of the Year as a senior … ILH 2008 11 4 18 co-Offensive Player of the Year … first-team all-ILH running back … also earned 2009 13 5 30 Totals 24 9 48 all-state recognition as a junior … as a senior, carried the ball 192 times for a singleRECEIVING season state record 2,098 yards … scored 22 TDs and averaged 10.9 yards per Year G NO. YDS. carry … set single-game Interscholastic League record of 370 yards … also had six 2008 11 2 60 receptions for 94 yards … played in East-West All-Star game and had two kickoff 2009 13 5 27 Totals 24 7 87 returns for TDs – one of 96 yards and one of 94 yards … rushed for 1,600 yards as KICK RETURNS a junior … senior class secretary. Year G NO. Personal: Son of JulieAnn and Eugene Bailey Jr. ... born May 29, 1990. 2008 11 41

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Rushes – 2, twice (vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008, and at Arizona, Aug. 30, 2008). Yards rushing – 12 (at Arizona, Aug. 30, 2008). Long rush – 12 (at Arizona, Aug. 30, 2008). Receptions – 2 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008). Yards receiving – 60 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008). Long reception – 33 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008). TD receiving – 2 (at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008). Kick returns – 9 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008). Kick return yards – 217 (vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008). Long kick return – 43 (vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008). Punt returns – 3 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008). Punt return yards – 3, twice (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008, and at San Diego State, Sept. 27, 2008). Long punt return – 4 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008).

76

AVG. 4.5 6.0 5.3

TDS 0 0 0

LONG 12 15 15

AVG./G 1.6 2.3 2.0

AVG. 30.0 5.4 12.4

TD LONG AVG./G 2 33 5.5 0 9 2.1 2 33 3.6

YDS. AVG. TD LONG 955 23.3 0 43 453 20.6 0 33 1408 22.3 0 43

2009 13 22 Totals 24 63 PUNT RETURNS Year G NO. YDS. 2008 11 9 8 ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Year G RUSH REC KR 2008 11 18 60 955 2009 13 30 27 453 Totals 24 48 87 1408

AVG. 0.9

TD LONG 0 4

PR TOTAL AVG./G 8 1041 94.6 0 510 39.2 8 1551 64.6

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

B

ediako, Jeffrey Boise High School

Linebacker

Fr.

6-3

237

RS

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

#31

(Pronounced BEE-dee-ah-co) 2009: Redshirt. High school: First-team all-Southern Idaho Conference ... 38 tackles, two quarterback hurries, one pass deflection ... 4.46 40 ... also played tight end ... played at Boise High after moving to Idaho from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, as a high school senior Personal: From Amsterdam, The Netherlands ... exchange student at Boise High School.

B

rooks, Tyler

Linebacker

Orofino High School

Jr.

6-1

222

#50

2L

Orofino, Idaho

2009: Played in 11 games on special teams ... had two tackles. 2008: Saw action in four games and had two tackles. 2007: Redshirted. High school: Three-year starter for the Maniacs... as a senior, was a team captain, team Most Valuable Player and the conference Defensive Most Valuable Player... led team in tackles all three years he started... member of the National Honor Society... earned Student of the Month recognition. Personal: Son of Carrie and Randy Brooks... born Aug. 20, 1988... majoring in Exercise Science and Health.

B

ushnell, Logan

Quarterback

Emerald Ridge High School

So.

Puyallup, Wash.

6-2

199

SQ

#4

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.

FOOTBALL 2010

77

VANDALS

B

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

#27

utts, Isaac Cornerback Sr. 6-0 185 2L Richland High School

Richland, Wash.

2009: Missed two games with injury and started seven ... had 41 total tackles (27 solo and 14 assists) as well as four passes defensed ... had six solo tackles and one assist in addition to TFL and one pass breakup in Humanitarian Bowl victory. 2008: Earned a starting role in the Vandal secondary ... had 42 total tackles (32 solo and 10 assists) ... led the Vandals with three pass interceptions ... also had two passes defensed in addition to one DEFENSE quar terback G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD Year hurry and 2007 8 7 2 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 2008 12 32 13 45 0-0 0-0 1 0 3-41 1 2 one forced 2009 11 27 14 41 2.0-4 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 5 fumble. Totals 31 66 29 96 2.0-4 0-0 2 0 3-41 1 8 2007: As a true freshman, played in eight games as a special teams player and backup safety ... accounted for nine total tackles (seven solo and two assists) and one pass breakup ... Elite Eleven award winner. High school: Earned all-conference honors and was a team captain for the Bombers ... competed in football, basketball and track. Personal: Son of Benjie Allen and Jimmy Butts ... born July 6, 1989 ... majoring in Marketing.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Total tackles – 7, twice (vs, Bowling Green State University, Dec. 30, 2009, and at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009). Solo tackles – 5 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008). Assisted tackles – 4, twice (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009, and vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008). Forced fumbles – 1, twice (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009, and at Utah State, Sept. 20, 2008). Interceptions – 2 (vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008). Quarterback hurries – 1 (vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008). Passes defensed – 2, twice (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009, and at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009). Tackles for loss – 1, twice (vs. Bowling Green State University, Dec. 30, 2009, and at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009).

C

arter, Tracy

Cornerback

Madison High School

Fr.

Mesquite, Texas

5-11

175

RS

#14

2009: Redshirt. High school: 11-3A First-team all-district cornerback as a senior and second team as a junior ... two yearstarter at Madison High and three-year letterman ... as a senior, had four interceptions and 15 passes defensed ... also a standout track athlete ... on Madison’s 4x400 state championship team ... regional qualifier in the hurdles ... 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.

78

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

C

leveland, Matt

Offensive tackle

Kentwood High School

Jr.

6-4

311

1L

Kent, Wash.

#70

2009: Started all 13 games at left offensive tackle ... key figure in the Vandals offense, which was ranked second-most improved pass offense in the nation and one that was ranked sixth nationally in pass efficiency as well as fourth in tackles-for-loss allowed ... only underclassman in the starting offensive line. 2008: Sustained season-ending injury in fall camp. 2007: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, first-team all-Puget Sound League, all-area by the Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune, and all-state by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer ... chosen to play in East-West All-Star Game ... two-year starter ... also played rugby ... on weight-lifting team. Personal: Son of Teresa and Art Cleveland ... born Aug. 15, 1989 ... majoring in Exercise Science and Health.

C

osgrove, Michael Defensive tackle Jr. 6-4 289 2L Desert Pines High School

Las Vegas, Nev.

#93

2009: Played in all 13 games and started 12 at defensive tackle ... best outing was six tackles (one solo, five assists) at New Mexico State. 2008: Played in 11 of 12 games ... started twice ... had 19 total tackles (11 solo and eight assists) .... also had three tackles for loss and one sack. 2007: Redshirt. High school: As a senior, first-team all-Sunrise Region on offense and defense and second-team all-state offensively and defensively ... was the division co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... team captain as a junior and senior ... as a senior, had 89 tackles, four sacks, two deflected passes, four fumble recoveries and two interceptions ... as a junior, was second-team all-region as a defensive lineman ... two-year starter ... also wrestled and was a three-time team captain. Personal: Son of Debra and Chris Cosgrove ... born May 29, 1989 ... majoring in Business and Economics.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Total tackles – 6 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009). Solo tackles – 3, four times (vs. Bowling Green, Dec. 30, 2009; at San Jose State, DEFENSE Oct. 10, 2009; at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008, and at Arizona, Aug. G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS Year 30, 2008). Assists – 5 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009). Tack2008 11 11 8 19 3.0-12 1.0-10 0 0 0-0 les for loss – 1, six times (at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009; vs. San 2009 13 13 20 33 3.0-10 2.0-9 1 0 0-0 Totals 24 24 28 52 6.0-22 3.0-19 1 0 0-0 Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009; at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009; at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008; vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008, and at Arizona, Aug. 30, 2008). Sacks – 1, three times (at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009; at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009; vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008). Forced fumble – 1 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009). Quarterback hurries – 1 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009).

FOOTBALL 2010

QBH 0 1 1

PD 0 0 0

79

VANDALS

C

owan, Bobby

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Punter

Evergreen High School

So.

6-5

220

#13

1L

Vancouver, Wash.

(Pronounced COW-an) 2009: Stepped in and admirably filled the shoes of departed All-American T.J. punter ... 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.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Punts – 7 (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009). Punting yards – 280 (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009). Average per punt – 49.2 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009). Long punt – 67 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009). PUNTING Year G 2009 13

D

avis, Bryce

Running back

So.

5-9

Auburn High School/Pacific Luthern University

212

No. Yds. 43 1850

TR

Auburn, Wash.

Avg. Long Blkd TB 43.0 67 2 7

#32

Previous school: Played in all nine games for PLU in 2008 and was the team’s second leading rusher … finished the season with 35 carries for 118 yards and one touchdown … averaged 3.4 yards per carry also caught one pass for 11 yards … blocked one kick on the season. Personal: Son of Telecia Davis and Cheryl Davis … born Oct. 19, 1989.

80

FC 50+ I20 6 9 11

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

D

avis, Preston

Receiver

Shadow Ridge High School

RECEIVING Year G NO. YDS. AVG. 2008 12 27 296 11.0 2009 13 33 460 13.9 Totals 25 60 756 12.6 RUSHING Year G ATT YDS AVG. 2008 12 7 48 6.9 2009 13 2 25 12.5 Totals 25 9 73 8.1 ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Year G RUSH REC KR 2008 12 48 296 0 2009 13 25 460 0 Totals 25 73 756 0

D

avis, Taylor

Jr.

TD LONG AVG./G 3 31 24.7 1 50 35.4 5 50 30.2 TDS 0 1 1

LONG 19 14 19

AVG./G 4.0 1.9 2.9

PR TOTAL AVG./G 0 344 28.7 0 485 30.5 0 829 33.1

Quarterback

Boulder Creek High School

6-2

201

2L

Las Vegas, Nev.

#7

2009: Played in all 13 games and wound up with the last — and one of the most memorable plays of the season when he caught the winning two-point conversion pass from Nathan Enderle in the 2009 Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl ... had career high 119 yards in Humanitarian Bowl and career long reception (50) in winning drive ... caught 33 passes for 460 yards ... receptions were third best on team; yards were fourth ... also carried the ball twice for 25 rushing yards and completed one of two passes. 2008: Played in all 12 games and started nine ... second leading receiver in terms of receptions (27) and yards (296) ... best game was six receptions for 77 yards at Fresno State ... also rushed for 19 yards in that game for then-career-high 96 allpurpose yards. High school: First-team all-Sunset Region … First-team all-Northwest Division … as a junior, was second-team all-division as a receiver and defensive end … served in multiple roles at Shadow Ridge … as a senior, had 36 receptions for 613 yards and seven TDs … also carried the ball 27 times for 192 yards and TDs … defensively, accounted for 42 total tackles (30 solo, 12 assists), three sacks, an interception, three fumble recoveries, one blocked punt and two blocked field goals … also returned kickoffs (average of 21.33). Personal: Son of Cynthia Davis and Alphonzo Davis ... born April 23, 1990.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Receptions – 6 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008). Receiving yards – 119 (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009). Receiving touchdowns – 2 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008). Long reception – 50 (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009). All-purpose yards – 119 (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009 [119 receiving, 0 rushing]). Carries – 2, twice (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009, and at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008). Rushing yards – 25 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009). Long rush – 19 (at San Diego State, Sept. 27, 2008).

Fr.

6-3

Anthem, Ariz.

213

RS

#12

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 the accuracy competition at the EA camp ... the EA Sports Elite 11 recap had this: “Davis might be the top prospect in Arizona this class. ... has plus arm strength, a good setup and delivery and was obviously quite accurate all day long.” ... 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.

FOOTBALL 2010

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VANDALS

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

ickson, JoJo

Linebacker

Baldwin High School

Sr.

6-2

235

#34

3L

Wailuku, Hawai`i

2010 CO-DEFENSIVE CAPTAIN 2009: Started all 13 games at linebacker and was the Vandals’ second leading tackler ... had 79 total tackles (43 solo and 36 assists) ... had six stops (four solo, two assists) as well as a blocked field goal attempt ... 74-yard interception return vs. San Diego State is sixth longest in school history ... WAC Player of the Week after San Diego State game ... secondteam WAC all-conference choice. 2008: Played in nine games and started four ... missed three because of injury ... had 35 total tackles (29 solo and six assists) ... had four tackles for loss and one sack as well as one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one pass defensed. 2007: Found his way onto the field immediately ... played in all 12 games as a true freshman and started twice ... accumulated 34 total tackles (20 solo and 14 assists) ... also had four tackles-four loss (-14 yards), which includes one quarterback sack (-8 yards) ... had one blocked kick and one pass deflection ... Elite Eleven award winner. High school: First team all-Maui Interscholastic League as a senior ... also earned second-team all-state recognition as a senior ... two-year letterman ... helped team advance to state semifinals ... MVP on defense ... also competed in track. Personal: Son of Liane and Joseph K. Dickson ... born July 13, 1989 ... majoring in Athletic Training.

DEFENSE G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH Year 2007 12 20 14 34 4.0-14 1.0-8 0 0-0 0-0 0 2008 9 29 6 35 4.0-12 1.0-7 1 1-0 0-0 0 2009 13 43 36 79 4.5-17 1.0-3 0 0-0 2-113 1 Totals 34 92 56 148 12.5-43 3.0-18 1 1-0 2-113 1 * 74-yard interception return for TD vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009

D

ugan, Larry

Defensive tackle

Gahr High School

Cerritos, Calif.

Fr.

PD 1 1 2 4

6-2

SINGLE-GAME BESTS Tackles – 12 (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009); Unassisted tackles – 7 (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009); Assists – 7 (at San Jose State, Oct. 6, 2007); Passes defensed – 1, four times (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009; at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009; at Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008, and at Boise State, Nov. 17, 2007); Blocked kick – 1, twice (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009, and at San Jose State, Oct. 6, 2007); Interceptions – 1, twice (at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009, and vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009).

322

RS

#94

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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FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

E

lmo, Taylor

Tight end

Eisenhower High School

Fr.

6-4

244

#81

RS

Yakima, Wash.

2009: Redshirted. High school: Seattle Times Red Chip prospect ... honorable mention all-Big Nine quarterback as a senior ... all-league selection at linebacker as a sophomore ... starting quarterback at Eisenhower as a junior and senior ... also started at safety ... in two seasons, threw for 2,380 yards and 23 TDs ... also rushed for 1,631 yards and 16 TDs ... said Elmo after committing to the Vandals, “The whole setting seemed right for me. The school size is good, and the older players were real positive about the program.” ... Ron Siegel’s all-state senior team as a defensive back. ... 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 production and operations management.

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nderle, Nathan

Quarterback

North Platte High School

Sr.

6-5

233

3L

North Platte, Neb.

#10

DAVEY O’BRIEN WATCH LIST • MANNING AWARD WATCH LIST • GOLDEN ARM AWARD WATCH LIST

Fourth on all-time average per game (211.6) Fifth on all-time passes attempted list (949) Sixth on all-time passes completed list (508) Sixth on all-time career passing yardage list (6,770) Ninth on all-time completion percentage list (53.6) 10th on all-time pass efficiency list (122.37) Tied for sixth for longest play after hooking up with Daniel Hardy Ninth-best single-season completion percentage (61.5, 2009) Sixth-best for an 81-yarder vs. Boise State in 2008 single-season pass efficiency rating (157.28)

2009: Had a breakout season as a junior despite missing two games with shoulder injury ... led Vandals to Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl Championship with length-of-the-field drive in final 34 seconds and winning two-point conversion pass ... finished 2009 with NCAA’s fifth best pass efficiency rating (157.28) and is one of the top three returning efficiency leaders in 2010 ... also in the NCAA, ranked 15th in passing yards per game, 28th in total passing yards, and 45th in completions per game ... had the third-best average per game (264.2) in school history, the ninth-best single-season completion percentage (61.5) and efficiency rating was sixth best all-time. 2008: Starting quarterback ... completed 54.3 percent (184 of 339) of his passes for 2,077 yards and 20 TDs ... best game in 2008 was 334 yards on 25-of-39 passing with two touchdowns and one interception versus Western Michigan ... completion percentage (.641) against Western Michigan was career best. 2007: Earned starting position in fall camp ... missed three full games and most of a fourth when he ruptured tendon in throwing hand against Hawai`i ... 423 yards passing vs. Northern Illinois ties for ninth-best single-game in Idaho history. 2006: Redshirted. High school: Graduated early from North Platte High School ... second-team Super State quarterback ... as a senior, completed 129 of 258 passes for 1,481 yards and 13 touchdowns ... as a junior, tied Nebraska high school records for completions in a season (166) and completions in a game (24) ... also played basketball and baseball and competed on the track team. Personal: son of Belle and Martin Enderle ... born Jan. 12, 1988 ... majoring in Chemistry/Pre-Med. SINGLE-GAME BESTS Passes – 54 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007). Completions – 27 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007). Yards – 423 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007). TDs – 4 (vs. Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009). Long – 81 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008). Best completion percentage – .820 (14 of 17, vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009). Interceptions – 5 (vs. Hawai`i, Sept. 29, 2007). Etc. – Scored on an 8-yard run vs. Idaho State.

FOOTBALL 2010

PASSING Year G 2007 9 2008 12 2009 11 Totals 32

Eff. 93.66 115.18 157.28 122.37

Att. Cmp. Int. Pct. 298 132 18 .443 339 184 17 .543 312 192 9 .615 949 508 44 .536

Yds. 1,787 2,077 2,906 6,770

TD 10 20 22 52

Long 58 81 73 81

APG 198.6 173.1 264.2 211.6

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VANDALS

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nders, Pat Gonzaga Prep

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Defensive end

Fr.

6-0

251

Spokane, Wash.

RS

#59

2009: Redshirted. High school: 2009 graduate of Gonzaga Prep. Personal: Son of Jeffery and Kelly Enders ... born Sept. 2, 1990.

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arquhar, Trey

Kicker

So.

Redlands East Valley High School

6-1

180

1L

Redlands, Calif.

#21

(Pronounced FAR-qwar) 2009: Was the Vandals’ kicker as a freshman and earned second-team all-Western Athletic Conference honors for his efforts ... 54-yard field goal at Nevada is the fourth longest all-time at Idaho, while his 52-yarder at San Jose State ties for ninth longest ... he connected on 13 of 19 field goal attempts and made 50 of 51 PATs, which is the fourth most in a single season at Idaho. High school: 2008 graduate of Redlands East Valley ... First-team all-CIF Southern Section kicker as a senior … played in Navy Marine Corps Classic All-Star game … successful on 10 of 15 field goal attempts … long field goal of 42 yards … all-Citrus Belt League first-team selection … winner of Last Man Standing and Field Goal Charting competitions at Los Angeles area Nike Fall Camp … ranked 18th at 2007 Kohl’s Scholarship Camp Kickoff, which featured players from across the nation. Personal: Son of Cynthia and Willard Farquhar Jr. ... born Oct. 27, 1989.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS PATs attempted – 6 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); PATs made – 6 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); Kickoffs – 7, three times (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009; at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009, and at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); Kickoff yards – 476 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009); Kickoff average – 70.0 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009); Field KICKING Year PAT Att. FGA FGM Long KO Yds. Avg. TB goals attempted – 4 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009); Field goals made – 3, twice (at 2009 50 51 13 19 54 75 4,955 66.1 10 San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009, and at Washington, Sept. 12, 2009); Long field goal – 54 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009).

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FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

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edderson, Austin

Linebacker

El Reno High School

El Reno, Okla.

Fr.

5-10

211

RS

#41

Joined the Vandals in the spring of 2010 ... also a long snapper. High school: First-team all-Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Team ... first team 5A-1 All-District ... 130 tackles as a senior. Personal: Son of Kelli Boyer ... born July 29, 1990 ... majoring in Exercise Science ... cousin Bryan Boyer played on Washington State’s 2002 Rose Bowl Team.

F

erguson, Andre

Defensive end

East Valley High School

Jr.

6-3

226

2L

Redlands, Calif.

#55

2009: Moved to defensive end and started all 13 games ... second-leading tackler on the Vandals’ defensive front with 33 total tackles (19 solo and 14 assists) ... also had 2.5 tackles for loss and four quarterback hurries – second only to Aaron Lavarias 2008: Saw action in five games in a reserve role. 2007: Redshirt. High school: Two-time all-San Bernardino Valley selection ... two-year starter ... team captain ... second-team all-California Interscholastic Federation ... also competed in basketball and track. Personal: Son of Carla and Kevin Ferguson ... born April 19, 1989 ... majoring in Sociology.

Single-game highs DEFENSE Totals tackles – 6 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); Solo tackles Year G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 2009 13 20 14 34 3.5-12 0.5-3 1 1-0 0-0 4 0 – 4 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009); Assists – 4 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); Tackles for loss – 1, three times (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009; vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009, and at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); Sacks – 0.5 (at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); Forced fumbles – 1 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); Fumble recoveries – 1 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); QB hurries – 3 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009).

G

arnett, Ben

Linebacker

Joseph High School

So.

Joseph, Ore.

5-10

238

SQ

#47

2009: Primarily a scout team player ... earned the Vandals’ Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Year Award. 2008: Redshirt. High school: 2008 graduate of Joseph High School ... Football team captain and Wrestling team captain ... played football, wrestling and ran track. Personal: Son of Liz and Randy Garnett ... Born July 27, 1989 ... majoring in Fishery Resources.

FOOTBALL 2010

85

VANDALS

G

reen, Justin

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Defensive end

Hockinson High School

Fr.

6-2

229

Brush Prairie, Wash.

RS

#57

2009: Redshirt. High school: Three-sport athlete at Brush Prairie High School ... was league’s Most Valuable Player as a senior after rushing for more than 1,000 yards ... also played baseball and ran track. Personal: Son of Cynthia and Martin Green ... born Sept. 25, 1990 ... majoring in Civil Engineering.

G

reenwood, Eric

Receiver

Edmonds-Woodway High School

Sr.

6-7

238

Edmonds, Wash.

1L

#1

2009: Played in all 13 games as a regular member of Idaho’s receiving corps ... 32 receptions ties for fourth best on the team, while 401 yards are fifth best. 2008: Played in 11 of 12 games ... caught eight passes for 72 yards ... best game was two receptions for 10 yards at Arizona ... averaged 9.0 yards per catch. 2007: Worked way into the receiving rotation RECEIVING as a true freshman ... Year G NO. YDS. AVG. TD LONG AVG./G became the third gen2007 10 3 32 10.7 1 18 3.2 eration Greenwood to 2008 11 8 72 9.0 1 22 6.5 2009 13 32 401 12.5 3 45 30.8 play at the Los Angeles Totals 34 43 505 11.7 5 45 14.9 Coliseum when he took the field against USC in the 2007 opener ... played in 10 games and caught three passes. High school: First team all-WestCo League as a junior and senior ... firstteam all-area by the Seattle Times ... two-year starter ... as a senior, caught 44 passes for 838 yards for an average fo 19.1 yards per catch ... scored 14 receiving TDs ... also had three kickoff returns for 112 yards (37.0 average) and 18 punt returns for 215 yards (11.9 average) ... also played basketball and high jumps for the track team. Personal: son of Nancy Greenwood and Jeff Vehrs, and Scott Greenwood ... born Nov. 2, 1988 ... majoring in Physical Education. Single-game highs Receptions – 6 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009); Receiving yards – 130 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009); Long reception – 45 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009); Touchdown receptions – 2 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009);

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FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

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rymes, Aaron

Defensive back

West Seattle High School

So.

5-11

180

1L

Seattle, Wash.

#6

2009: Earned significant playing time as a true freshman ... played in all 12 games and started five ... had 41 total tackles (30 solo and 11 assists). High school: As a junior, Metro Sound Division Offensive MVP after helping West Seattle High to Class 3A state-playoff qualifying round ... injured as a senior and missed middle part of season but came back to be part of West Seattle’s post-season play, which resulted in three playoff victories ... fifth as a junior in state 3A 100 meters with a 10.8 ... 2008 University of Washington summer camp MVP Personal: Son of Monique Roetcisender and Karl Grymes ... born March 1, 1991 ... majoring in Business. SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Total tackles – 9 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009). Solo tackles – 8 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009). Assisted tackles – 4 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009). Tackles for loss – 1 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009). Passes defensed – 1, twice (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009, and vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009).

DEFENSE Year G UT 2009 13 32

H

alaholo, Tevita

Offensive guard

College of San Mateo

Mills High School

Sr.

6-5

335

Millbrae, Calif.

AT 11

1L

TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 43 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 2

#61

(Pronounced TA-veeta HA-la-HO-lo) 2009: Saw action in a backup role at offensive right guard. Junior college: First-team JC Grid-Wire All-American ... First-team CCC Football Coaches All-American ... All-California Region 1 ... First-team preseason JC Gridwire All-American ... First-team All Nor-Cal selection while leading the way for an enormously successful rushing attack … born in Tonga and moved to U.S. as a toddler … benches 350 and squats 450. High school: 2006 graduate of Oakland’s Mills High School. Personal: Son of Lataheanga Halaholo ... born Feb. 2, 1988.

FOOTBALL 2010

87

VANDALS

H

ardy, Daniel

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

H-back

West High School

Sr.

6-5

#88

242 2L

Anchorage, Alaska

• Hooked up with Nathan Enderle for 81-yard pass play that is the fifth longest all-time at Idaho 2009: Idaho’s second leading receiver behind senior Max Komar despite missing one full game and part of another with injury ... had career numbers with 39 receptions for 691 yards ... caught three TD passes. 2008: Regular in receiver rotation ... saw action in seven of 12 games ... had nine receptions for 128 yards and two TDs ... best game was four receptions for 91 yards vs. Boise State. 2007: Scout team player. 2006: Redshirted. High school: First-team all-conference selection in football, basketball and soccer ... member of honor roll both semesters of senior year. Personal: Son of Kathleen Leary and Dan Hardy Sr. ... born Sept. 7, 1987 ... majoring in Sport Science.

RECEIVING Year G NO. YDS. AVG. 2008 7 9 128 14.2 2009 12 39 691 17.7 Totals 19 48 819 17.1

TD LONG AVG./G 2 81 18.3 3 59 57.6 5 81 43.1

Single-game highs Receptions – 6, twice (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009, and at Washington, Sept. 12, 2009); Receiving yards – 119 (at Boise State, Nov. 14, 2009); Long reception – 81 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008). Touchdowns – 1, five times (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009; at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009; at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009; vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008, and vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008).

H

arvey, Matthew

Cornerback

Jr.

5-10

169

1L

Ellsworth Community College Parkland High School Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

#29

2009: Joined the Vandals in the fall and became a key figure KICKOFF RETURNS on special teams with 14 kickoff returns for 276 yards. Year G No. Yds. Avg. TD Long Junior college: Spent one season at Elllsworth Community 2009 10 14 276 19.7 0 31 College at Iowa Falls, Iowa ... ranked 13th nationally as a defensive back with 46 tackles and six interceptions. High school: played football, basketball, baseball and ran track at Parkland (Fla.) High School ... an allcounty selection. Personal: Born Sept. 28, 1989 ... son of Gretel and John Harvey. .

88

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

H

asenbank, Clell

Offensive line

College of Siskiyous

Sr.

6-1

McEwen High School

287

SQ

Adams, Ore.

#71

2009: Backup center. 2008: Scout team player. Junior college: Was chosen the outstanding offensive lineman at College of Siskiyous in 2007 ... earned honorable mention all-conference honors ... also earned academic all-state recognition ... Nor-Call all-Combine team. High school: Played football and basketball and competed on the track team at Weston McEwen High School ... Columbia Basin Conference all-star selection Personal: Son of Janell and Ken Hasenbank ... plans to become a pharmacist.

H

atchett III, Robert

Receiver

Centennial High School

So.

5-9

179

1L

Compton, Calif.

#6

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.

H

ernandez, Justin Lapwai School

Receiver

So.

5-11

190

Lapwai, Idaho

SQ

#19

2009: Scout team player. 2008: Redshirt. High school: Graduated from Lapwai, Idaho, High School. Personal: Son of Shelley Anderson and Ricky Hernandez ... born May 20, 1990.

FOOTBALL 2010

89

VANDALS

H

omme, Clayton

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Tight end

Southridge High School

Fr.

6-5

238

#85

RS

Kennewick, Wash.

(Pronounced HA-me) 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 ... as a junior, 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.

J

ackson, Deonte`

Running back

Warren (Ark.) High School

Sr.

5-9

199

#3

3L

Las Vegas, Nev.

Sixth on career rushing yardage list with 2,258 Sixth on career all-purpose rushing plays 11th on career all-purpose rushing yards 2009: Key piece of Vandals’ “three-headed monster” rushing attack ... had 387 yards on 87 carries in addition to 10 receptions for 101 yards. 2008: Led the Vandals with 696 yards on 161 carries ... also had 111 yards receiving on 16 receptions for 807 all-purpose yards ... had two 100-plus yard games to bring his career total to seven ... best outing was 110 yards on 21 carries and two receptions for 28 yards for 138 all-purpose yards against Western Michigan. 2007: Had a highly successful freshman season during which he moved into the top-10 on three Vandal single-season lists and earned Idaho’s Offensive Player of the Year honors ... His 240 carries rank fourth on the single-season list, while his 1,175 yards are seven and his 257 all-purpose plays (240 carries and 17 receptions) are sixth ... his 214 RUSHING G ATT YDS AVG. TDS LONG AVG./G Year yards against Cal Poly provides the ninth-best 2007 12 240 1175 4.9 7 32 97.9 single-game mark ... he played in all 12 games despite a high ankle sprain that 2008 12 161 696 4.3 3 28 58.0 slowed him during the latter part of the season ... he finished the season ranked 2009 13 87 387 4.4 2 59 29.8 36th nationally in rushing. Totals 37 488 2258 4.6 12 59 61.0 RECEIVING 2006: Redshirted. G NO. YDS. AVG. TD LONG AVG./G Year High school: Rushed for 1,000 yards as a junior and as a senior ... led team in 2007 12 17 153 9.0 0 47 12.8 rushing both years ... team captain ... all-conference and all-state selection ... Dream 2008 12 16 111 6.9 0 33 9.3 Team running back ... Honor student ... also played basketball and ran track. 2009 13 10 101 10.1 1 21 7.8 Totals 37 43 365 8.5 1 47 9.9 Personal: son of Rhonda Jackson-Pullens ... born July 14, 1988 ... majoring in ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Architecture.

Single-game highs Carries – 30 (vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007); Rushing yards – 214 (vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007); Rushing touchdowns – 2 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007); Receptions – 4 (at New Mexico State, Oct. 20, 2007); Receiving yards – 53 (at Boise State, Nov. 17, 2007); Long rush – 59 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); Long reception – 47 (at Boise State, Nov. 17, 2007); All-purpose yards – 214 [214 rushing, 0 receiving] (vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007).

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Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G RUSH REC 12 175 153 12 696 111 13 387 101 37 2258 365

KR PR TOTAL AVG./G 0 0 1328 110.7 0 0 807 67.3 0 0 488 37.5 0 0 2623 70.9

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

J

ohnson, Armauni

Receiver

Jr.

6-4

194

JC

West Los Angeles College First Coast High School Jacksonville, Fla.

#18

Joined the Vandals in the spring of 2010. 2008: Caught 54 passes for 507 yards and 11 TDs … averaged 9.4 yards per catch. Personal: Son of Anthony Johnson and Danielle Wright … born Aug. 29, 1989.

J

ohnson, Jordan

Offensive line

Santiago High School

Fr.

6-7

310

RS

Corona, Calif.

#77

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).

K

eener, Vince

Defensive end

Westview High School

Fr.

Avondal, Ariz.

6-4

242

RS

#91

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.

FOOTBALL 2010

91

VANDALS

K

eo, Shiloh

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Safety

Sr.

5-11

Archbishop Murphy High School

216

4L

Everett, Wash.

#10

Pronounced KAY-oh Co-Special Teams Captain Jim Thorpe Award Watch List 2009 First-team all-Western Athletic Conference 11th on career tackles list (293) 2008 Team Captain 2007 John Friesz Award (team MVP) 2007 Elite Eleven 2007 second-team all-Western Athletic Conference safety and punt returner 2007 Rivals.com all-WAC punt returner 2007 Phil Steele’s second-team all-WAC safety and punt returner 2006 honorable mention Sporting News all-freshman team Career punt return average of 14.2 is fourth all-time at Idaho Second on career punt return yardage list with 511 School record holder with 100-yard punt return against Northern Illinois in 2007 School record holder for single-season punt return yards (319 in 2007) and punt return yardage average (16.8 in 2007) 2010

2009: Led the Vandals in total tackles and was second in the Western Athletic Conference ... WAC leader in solo stops and was tied for 14th nationally ... earned WAC Player of the Week after 12 solo tackles (15 total) against Colorado State. 2008: Injured during the Vandals’ fourth-game and missed the remainder of the season after having shoulder surgery ... but, had 31 total tackles (26 solo and five assists) in addition to one blocked kick prior to injury. 2007: Chosen the winner of Idaho’s John Friesz Award as the team’s Most Valuable Player ... earned that honor with stellar play defensively and on special teams, for which he earned a position on the Vandals’ Elite Eleven ... earned a reputation as a fierce, tireless competitor ... also set a school record with a 100-yard punt return against Northern Illinois ... also set Vandal marks in punt return yards (319) and punt return average (16.8) ... finished the season with 81 total tackles (55 solo, 26 assists), five tackles for loss (-28 yards), three fumble recoveries, four interceptions (65 yards) and four pass breakups. 2006: Pressed into service as a true freshman ... became a leader in the secondary with 72 total tackles (59 solo and 13 assists) – second only to linebacker David Vobora ... also had the second highest passes defensed with six in addition to six tackles for loss (-17 yards), an interception and a quarterback hurry ... twice had double-figure tackle efforts with 10 at Utah State and 10 against Nevada ... was an honorable mention choice on Sporting News all-freshman team. High school: Was the Cascade Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … also all-state choice at defensive back and all-conference running back … was an all-league selection at defensive back as a junior as well … team’s Most Inspirational Award winner … DEFENSE team captain … in two years at Archbishop Murphy he rushed Year G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD for 2,946 yards on 259 carries … scored 37 TDs and threw for 2006 12 59 13 72 6.0-17 0-0 0 0-0 1-33 1 6 184 yards on option passes … also returned kicks and punts … 2007 12 55 26 81 5.0-28 0-0 0 3-0 4-65 0 4 played baseball. 2008 ** 4 26 5 31 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 2009 13 72 41 113 1.0-6 0-0 1 1-0 3-8 0 5 Personal: Son of Diana and Regan Keo ... born Dec. 17, 1987 ... Totals 41 212 85 297 15.0-51 0-0 1 4-0 8-106 1 16 majoring in Sport Science. PUNT RETURNS Year G No. Yds. Avg. TD 2007 12 19 319 1 16.8 2008 4 4 59 0 14.8 2009 13 13 133 0 10.2 Totals 29 36 511 1 14.2 * school record ** injured during fourth game; redshirted

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SINGLE-GAME BESTS Tackles – 15 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009); Unassisted tackles – 12 (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009); Assists – 9 (at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); Tackles-for-loss – 2, twice (at Fresno State, Oct. 13, 2007, and at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 14, 2006); Forced fumble – 1 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); Fumble recoveries – 1, four times (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009; vs. Fresno State, Oct. 13, 2007; vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007, and at USC, Sept. 1, 2007); Interceptions – 2 (at USC, Sept. 1, 2007); Passes defensed – 2 (at Nevada, Oct. 27, 2007); Blocked kicks – 1 (at Utah State, Sept. 20, 2008).

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aGrone, Michael

Tight end

McQueen High School

Fr.

6-2

246

#80

RS

Reno, Nev.

2009: Redshirted.

High school: Led Nevada high schoolers with 17 sacks as a senior in 2008 ... two-way starter (also a tight end) for state championship McQueen High School (14-0) ... as a senior, also had 54 total tackles and 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 honors and first team all-Desert League recognition as a tight end during his senior year ... had 22 receptions ... as a junior, was Northern Nevada Defensive Player of the Year as well as NevadaSportsNetwork.com first-team all-state ... also competed in track and basketball. Personal: Son of Lisa and Carl LaGrone ... born Nov. 2, 1990 ... majoring in General Studies.

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avarias, Aaron

Defensive end

Woodinville High School

Sr.

6-3

Woodinville, Wash.

255

3L

#95

Pronounced lah-VAR-e-us Idaho’s 2009 Defensive Player of the Year COSIDA District Academic All-American 2009: Started all 13 games at defensive end ... leading tackler on the defensive line with 54 tackles ... also led team with 8.0 tackles for loss and tied for sack lead with four ... led Vandals with five quarterback hurries. 2008: Played in 11 games and started eight ... had 21 total tackes – 15 solo and six assists ... accounted for three tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries ... best game was five total tackles – all solo, at Louisiana Tech ... played at defensive tackle and defensive end ... all starts were at defensive end. 2007: Was limited somewhat with injury but shared a starting position at defensive tackle ... played in nine of 12 games ... had 15 solo stops and10 assists for a total of 25 tackles ... had two tackles for loss, two quarterback hurries and a forced fumble. 2006: Redshirted. High school: Was a two-year starter at offensive tackle and defensive tackle/end … had 43.5 total tackles in 2005 and 3.5 sacks as well as two fumble recoveries and four forced fumbles … as a junior, had 37.5 tackles and 3.5 sacks in addition to three forced fumbles ... PrepStar all-region. Personal: Son of Kerstin and Clarence Lavarias ... born April 27, 1988 ... majoring in Accounting.

DEFENSE Year G 2007 11 2008 11 2009 13 Totals 35

UT 15 15 33 63

AT 10 6 21 37

FOOTBALL 2010

TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 25 2-4 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 2 0 21 3-9 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0 54 8.0-29 4.0-22 1 1-0 0-0 5 2 100 13.0-43 4.0-22 2 1-0 0-0 9 2

Single-game bests Tackles – 12 (vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007); Unassisted tackles – 9 (vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007); Assists – 5 (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 11, 2009); Tackles-for-loss – 2, twice (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009, and at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 18, 2008); Sacks – 2 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009), Forced fumbles – 1, twice (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009, and vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 8, 2007); Fumble recovery – 1 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009); QB hurries – 3 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009); Passes defensed – 1, twice (vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009, and at Washington, Sept. 12, 2009).

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iggins, Bilal

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Offensive line

Lakes High School

So.

6-3

286

#72

SQ

Lakewood, Wash.

2009: Primarily a scout team player. 2008: Redshirted. High school: As a senior was chosen to the all-Western Cascade Conference team as an offensive lineman ... was a second-team selection to Tacoma News Tribune all-area team ... was second-team Washington Preps Class 3A all-state team ... Associated Press honorable mention 3A offensive line ... as a junior was second-team all-Western Cascade Conference ... helped team to 9-2 overall record as a senior ... two-year starter, three-year letterman ... played offensive and defensive line as a senior ... also competed in track in the shot put and discus ... team captain as a senior ... winner of Lakes High School Silver Award. Personal: Son of Ruby Liggins ... born July 25, 1989 ... majoring in Marketing

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allory, Ronald

Offensive tackle

Deer Valley High School

So.

6-7

306

Glendale, Ariz.

SQ

#63

2009: Primarily a scout team player. 2008: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, all-West Valley offensive lineman and Northwest Region first-team offensive line … team captain … at Deer Valley, played offensive and defensive line … in 2006, had 15 solo stops and 22 assists for 37 total tackles … also had one sack for minus-5 yards. Personal: Son of Jodie and Don Mallory ... born July 1, 1989.

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arboe, Brad

Linebacker

Idaho Falls High School

So.

6-4

Idaho Falls, Idaho

208

SQ

#54

2009: Scout team player. 2008: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, 5A first-team all-state … had 63 tackles, which includes three for loss and one sack … also had three interceptions and forced one fumble … also played at receiver where he had 34 receptions for 437 yards and two touchdowns … also was all-Region first-team defensive back and District 4, 5, 6 second-team return specialist … also second-team all-District 4, 5, 6 at receiver … honor roll student … also competed in track, basketball and hockey … grandfather, Kent Marboe, and uncle Scott Marboe played at Idaho ... his cousin Mike Marboe joined the team in January. Personal: Son of Kent Marboe and Jamie Marboe ... born Dec. 9, 1989.

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M

arboe, Mike

Offensive line

Wenatchee High School

Fr.

6-2

298

#74

HS

Wenatchee, Wash.

Joined the Vandals in January as a mid-year high school graduate 2009: First-team all-League … helped Wenatchee to undefeated regular season and within one game of 4A state tournament. 2008: Class 4A First Team All-State selection … Big Nine Conference First Team selection. 2007: All Conference Center selection. 2006: Freshman Lineman of the year. Etc.: Cousin Brad Marboe is a linebacker at Idaho … father and uncle both played at Idaho.

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ayowa, Benson

Defensive end

Inglewood High School

So.

Inglewood, Calif.

6-3

239

1L

#58

2009: Played in 12 games as a true freshman ... had six solo tackles, two tackles for loss, one sack and one quarterback hurry ... both tackles for loss and sack were in Vandals’ Humanitarian Bowl victory. High school: Graduated from Inglewood (Calif.) High School ... was a first-team all-league choice and as second-team all-California Interscholastic Federation player .. as a senior, had 11 sacks and 75 tackles ... also had a 43-yard interception return. Personal: Born Aug. 3, 1991 ... son of Eunice and David Mayowa.

FOOTBALL 2010

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VANDALS

M

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

cCarty, Princeton West High School

Running back

Jr.

5-8

192

Bakersfield, Calif.

2L

#20

2009: Played a prominent role in Idaho’s three-pronged rushing attack ... second on the team with 680 yards on 115 carries ... also caught 11 passes for 202 yards. 2008: Played in all 12 games and started three in a shared running back role ... second on the team in total yards with 480 on 77 carries for an average of 6.2 yards ... also had 60 yards receiving on nine catches ... best game was 160 yards on 15 carries in victory over New Mexico State ... also tallied 169 yards on nine kickoff returns for 709 all-purpose yards. 2007: Redshirted. High school: McCarty was the Southwest Yosemite League Offensive Most Valuable Player as a senior … also first-team all-county and second-team all-state … two-year starter … was area Special Teams Player of the Year as a junior … played running back and corner back … as a senior, carried the ball 126 times for 1,301 yards and 18 TDs … longest TD run was 94 yards … returned three kicks and two punts for TDs … also had 124 yards receiving … defensively as a senior had one interception and 34 tackles … as a junior, rushed for 400 yards and two TDs in a shared position … returned two kicks for TDs and had two interceptions … had fastest pro agility run (3.69) at Nike Combo where he also was timed in 4.32 in the 40 … team was 12-1 and Central Section Champion senior season and 9-4 during junior year. RUSHING Personal: Son of Precious Henley Year G ATT YDS AVG. TDS LONG AVG./G 2008 12 77 480 6.2 3 54 40.0 and Robert McCarty ... born July 2009 13 115 680 5.9 3 67 52.3 3, 1988.

Single-game highs Carries – 16, twice (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009, and at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009); Rushing yards – 160 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008); Rushing touchdowns – 1, six times (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009; at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009; at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009; vs. San Jose State, Nov. 1, 2008; vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008, and at San Diego State, Sept. 27, 2008); Receptions – 2, three times (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009; at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008, and vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008); Receiving yards – 58 (at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); Receiving touchdowns – 1 (at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); Kickoff returns – 4, twice (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008, and at Hawai`i, Nov. 22, 2008); Return yardage – 90 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008); Long rush – 67 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); Long reception – 58 (at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); Long return – 28 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008); All-purpose yards – 160 (all rushing, vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008).

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Totals 25 192 1160 6.0 6 67 RECEIVING Year G NO. YDS. AVG. TD LONG 2008 12 9 60 6.7 0 14 2009 13 11 202 18.4 2 58 Totals 25 20 262 13.1 2 58 KICK RETURNS Year G NO. YDS. AVG. TD 2008 12 9 169 18.8 0 28 Totals 12 9 169 18.8 0 28 ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE G RUSH REC KR PR TOTAL Year 2008 12 480 60 169 0 709 2009 13 680 202 0 0 882 Totals 25 1160 262 169 0 1591

46.4

AVG./G 5.0 15.5 10.5 LONG 14.1 14.1 AVG./G 59.8 67.8 63.6

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cKinley, John

Linebacker

Marsh Valley High School

Jr.

6-0

228

#49

1L

Arimo, Idaho

2009: Played in all 13 games on special teams ... totaled four solo tackles and one assist. 2008: Scout team player. 2007: Redshirted. High school:Team captain senior season ... rushed for 1,300 yards as a senior ... all-conference running back. Personal: Son of Vale and Cole McKinley ... born Nov. 1, 1988 ... majoring in Agriculture.

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icheletti, Daniel

Tight end

Mountain View High School

Fr.

6-3

208

#87

RS

Meridian, Idaho

(Pronounced MICK-el-etti [rhymes with nickel]) 2009: Redshirt. High school: 2008 graduate of Meridian’s Mountain View High School. Personal: Son of Randy and Kristen Micheletti ... born Sept. 11, 1990.

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ovikoff, Tyrone Curlew High School

Offensive tackle Curlew, Wash.

Jr.

6-7

318

1L

#67

2009: Played in 12 games on the offensive line ... member of a University of Idaho student group that volunteered to clean up hurricane damage in the gulf region. 2008: Played in nine games and started five while dealing with a shoulder injury. 2007: Redshirted. High school: Four-year starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle ... as a senior, was first-team District 7 B1 offensive lineman and honorable mention defensive lineman ... as a junior, was first-team all-District 7 B1 offensive and defensive lineman ... honorable mention all-state in 2005 ... played basketball and baseball, and competed in track. Personal: Son of Carrie Novikoff ... born May 25, 1988 ... majoring in Justice Studies.

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VANDALS

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atten, Kenneth

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Cornerback

Crenshaw High School

Jr.

5-9

188

#2

2L

Los Angeles, Calif.

2009: Played in all 13 games and started 10 ... was the Vandals’ leading tackler in victory over Bowling Green State in Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl ... had eight solo stops in that game ... on the season, had 51 total tackles and three passes defensed as well as one pass interception. 2008: Played in all 12 games and started two ... finished season with 37 total tackles – 28 solo and nine assists ... also had two passes defensed. 2007: Grayshirt. DEFENSE Year G UT 2008 12 28 2009 13 40 Totals 25 68

AT 9 11 20

TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 37 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 51 2.0-3 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 0 3 88 2.0-3 0-0 1 0-0 1-0 0 5

High school: Two-year first-team all-conference selection ... as a senior, had 29 tackles, 17 assists and three interceptions ... as a junior, had 12 tackles, nine assists and one interception ... honor roll student. Personal: Son of Sarah and Barry Fitchew and Kenneth Patten Sr. … Aug. 19, 1989 … majoring in Business Administration.

Single-game bests Tackles – 8, three times (vs. Bowling Green State, Dec. 30, 2009; vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008, and vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008); Unassisted tackles – 6 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008); Assists – 3 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008); Passes defensed – 2 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008); Forced fumble – 1 (at Washington, Sept. 12, 2009); Tackles for loss – 1, twice (at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009, and vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009); Interceptions – 1 (at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009).

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osey, Marsel

Receiver

Centennial High School

Jr.

5-10

Corona, Calif.

172

2L

#15

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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amos, Christopher Long snapper Sr. 5-11 256 1L Don Bosco Tech

Mt. San Antonio College

Los Angeles, Calif.

#65

2009: Joined the Vandals in the fall of 2009 and performed flawlessly as Idaho’s long snapper. Previously: 2007 graduate of Don Bosco Tech where he was chosen to play in the 605 all-state game and the Gridiron Game ... graduated from Mt. San Antonio College last spring after playing football for the Mounties. Personal: Son of Natalie and Efrain Ramos ... born Jan. 12, 1989 ... majoring in Exercise Science.

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andall, James Safety Fr. 5-11 208 HS Compton High School

Compton, Calif.

#22

January 2010: Joined the Vandals in January and participated in spring drills. 2008: 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. 2007: 59 total tackles along with five sacks (-25 yards) and one forced fumble.

FOOTBALL 2010

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VANDALS

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

eader, Brian Quarterback Jr. 6-3 226 1L Palma High School Monterey Peninsula College

Prunedale, Calif.

#14

2009: Played in six games and started two in place of injured Nate Enderle ... completed 58 percent of his passes for 801 yards ... threw six TD passes. 2008: As a freshman at MPC, threw for 2,500 yards and 20 TDs in leading the Lobos to a 10-0 regular-season record and Coast Conference title … earned Coast Conference Player of the Year honors and was an all-Region II choice … played in the Junior College All-American game … out of high school, redshirted for one season at Arkansas before transferring to Monterey Peninsula. 2007: Redshirted at the University of Arkansas. High school: At Palma High School, he started only one year but broke several school records in passing for 2,411 yards and 19 TDs as he completed 64 percent of his passes … Tri-County Athletic League MVP and AllLeague quarterback … on the Monterey County Herald All-Monterey County Football team and was chosen by the Salina Californian as the Monterey County Offensive Player of the Year.

SINGLE-GAME BESTS Passes – 27 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 14, 2009); Completions – 17 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 14, 2009); Yards – 305 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 14, 2009); TDs – 2, twice (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009, and vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009); Long – 69 (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009); Best completion percentage – 1.000 (7-of-7 at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); Interceptions – 5 (vs. Boise State, Nov. 14, 2009). PASSING Year G Eff. Att. 2009 6 150.72 81

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eynolds, Guy Jr. Offensive line So. 6-3 301 SQ Westview High School

Avondale, Ariz.

Cmp. Int. Pct. 47 6 .580

Yds. 801

TD 6

Long APG 69 133.5

#68

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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FOOTBALL 2010

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

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obinson, Tre`Shawn Linebacker Jr. 5-11 240 2L Upland High School

Upland, Calif.

#51

2009: Came back after a season-ending knee injury in 2008 to play a key role in the Vandal linebacking corps ... part-time starter and played in all 13 games ... had 49 total tackles and 6.5 tackles for loss. 2008: As a true freshman, played in five games and started one before being sidelined with a knee injury ... had 14 total tackles (12 assists and two solo). High school: 2007 Baseline League Defensive MVP …all-CIF Southern Section Inland Division choice in 2007 … had 48 solo stops and 16 assists for a total of 64 … also had three sacks and recovered one fumble … two-time, first-team all-conference selection … starting linebacker in Southern California Bowl. DEFENSE Personal: Son of Evelyn Jones ... born Dec. 2, 1990. Single-game bests Tackles – 12 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009); Unassisted tackles – 7 (vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008); Assists – 7 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009); Tackles for loss – 2 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009); Sacks – 1 (vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009); QB hurries – 1 (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009); Forced fumble – 1 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009).

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Year G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 2008* 5 12 2 14 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 2009 13 26 23 49 6.5-28 1.0-9 1 0 0-0 1 0 Totals 18 38 25 63 7.5-32 1.0-9 1 0 0-0 1 0 * injured; missed seven games because of injury

odseth, Brennett Cornerback Fr. 5-9 181 RS Auburn Riverside High School

Auburn, Wash.

#38

2009: Redshirted. High school: Joined the Vandals in the fall of 2009 ... 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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alm, Kyle Offensive line Fr. 6-6 306 HS San Dimas High School

San Dimas, Calif.

#75

2010: Joined the Vandals in January. 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.

FOOTBALL 2010

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

ataraka, Jonah Defensive tackle Sr. 6-2 294 3L Gov. John Rogers High School

Puyallup, Wash.

#99

(Pronounced SAW-tah-rock-uh) • 2010 team captain • Idaho’s 2009 Wayne Walker Ironman Award winner • 2009 team captain 2009: Played and started all 13 games at defensive tackle ... established himself as a leader on and off the field ... had 31 total tackles and tied for the team sack lead with four. 2008: Played in all 12 games and started two ... had 21 total tackles (15 solo and six assists) and one quarterback hurry. 2007: Played in 10 of 12 games and started three in the rotation at defensive tackle ... finished the season with eight total tackles (four assists and four solo) and one tackle for loss. 2006: Redshirted. High school: Earned first-team South Puget Sound League honors as an offensive lineman and second team honors as a defensive lineman as a senior … as a junior, was second team all-SPSL on offense and defense … all-state nominee … had 25 solo tackles, 34 assists, seven tackles-for-loss and 1½ quarterback sacks … three-year starter … team captain ... Ram Tough award ... 2004 Defensive Lineman of the Year at Rogers ... 2005 Tough Award at Rogers ... 2005 Rogers’ Inspirational Award winner ... PrepStar all-region, which also lists him as “one of the top 25 overall prospects in Washington” ... also wrestled and competed in the throws for the track team. Personal: Son of Insuk and Tanielu Sataraka ... born April 28, 1988 ... majoring in General Studies.

DEFENSE G UT Year 2007 10 4 2008 12 15 2009 12 14 Totals 34 33

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AT 4 6 17 27

TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 8 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 21 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 31 5.5-28 4.0-23 0 0-0 0-0 0 2 60 6.5-29 4.0-23 0 0-0 0-0 1 2

Single-game bests Tackles – 5 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); Unassisted tackles – 3 (vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008); Assists – 3, twice (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009, and at Arizona, Aug. 30, 2008); Tackles for loss – 2 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009); Sacks – 1, four times (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009; at San Jose State, Oct. 10, 2009; at Northern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2009); vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009); Quarterback hurries – 1 (vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008); Passes defensed – 1 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 19, 2009).

cheidt, Conrad Linebacker So. 6-1 222 1L Kamehameha High School

Waianae, Hawai`i

#33

2009: Earned key roles on special teams as a true freshman ... had five total tackles ... also saw some time at linebacker. High school: Ranked #81 in the nation at middle linebacker by Scout.com ... 2008 ILH Football All-Star second team ... Hawai’i All-Star Football Classic selection. Personal: Son of Maria and Daniel Scheidt ... born Nov. 22, 1990.

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ekona, Fonomanu Defensive tackle Sr. 6-2 292 3L Leuzinger High School

Leuzinger, Calif.

#43

2009: Played in all 13 games and started one ... had nine total tackles. 2008: Played in all 12 games in a backup role ... had 13 total tackles (11 solo and two assists) ... had one tackle for loss and one quarterback hurry. 2007: Started four games and played in six ... had three total tackles (one solo and two assists). High school: All-Bay League linebacker and Offensive Player of the year ... played quarterback and linebacker at Leuzinger ... also played volleyball. Personal: Son of Violani and Atikono Sekona ...born July 3, 1989 ... undeclared major.

Single-game bests Tackles – 3 (at Utah State, Sept. 20, 2008); Unassisted tackles – 3 (at Utah State, Sept. 20, 2008); Assists – 2, twice (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009, and at Washington State, Sept. 15, 2007); Sacks – 1 (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009); Tackles for loss – 1, twice (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009, and at Utah State, Sept. 20, 2008); Quarterback hurries – 1, twice (vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009, and vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008).

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DEFENSE Year G 2007 6 2008 12 2009 12 Totals 30

enescall, Paul Linebacker Sr. 6-1 228 3L Mead High School

Spokane, Wash.

UT 1 11 3 15

AT 2 2 6 10

TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 13 1-3 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 9 1.5-12 1.5-12 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 25 2.5-15 1.5-12 0 0-0 0-0 2 1

#42

2009: Played in 12 games and started 11 as a key component of the Vandal linebacking corps ... had 51 total tackles – sixth best on the team . 2008: Played in 10 games and started twice ... had 27 total tackles – 17 solo and 10 assists ... also recovered two fumbles. 2007: Played in seven games on special teams and in a backup linebacker role ... had two tackles (one solo and one assist). 2006: Redshirted. High school: Was an all-state linebacker by the Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune, Associated Press and Washington Preps ... 4A Defensive Player of the Year ... Athlete of the Week by the Seattle Times ... team captain as a junior and DEFENSE senior ... Rock of the Year 2005 ... Mead High School MVP 2005 Year G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS FF FR INT-YDS QBH PD ... Mead career leader in tackles (303) ... as a senior, had 106 2007 7 1 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 tackles, 15 tackles-for-loss and seven sacks ... had 181 career solo 2008 10 17 10 27 0-0 0-0 0 2-0 0-0 0 0 2009 12 28 23 51 4.5-8 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 tackles and 33 career tackles-for-loss ... PrepStar All-American ... Totals 29 46 34 80 4.5-8 0-0 0 2-0 0-0 0 0 nominated to play in Washington high school East-West game ... one of 10 nominees for Junior Male Athlete at the Youth Awards by the Spokane Regional Sports Commission ... district and regional wrestling champion ... Rocky Mountain Classic wrestling champion ... first-team all-conference wrestler ... 2005 state wrestling qualifier. Personal: Son of Sue and Steve Senescall ... born April 18, 1987 ... majoring in General Studies.

Single-game bests Tackles – 9, twice (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009, and at Utah State, Sept. 20, 2008); Unassisted tackles – 7 (vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008); Assists – 8 (at New Mexico State, Sept. 5, 2009); Fumble recoveries – 1, twice (vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008, and vs. Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008); Tackles-for-loss – 2 (vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 2009).

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haw, Maurice Receiver Sr. 6-3 205 3L Colony High School

Ontario, Calif.

2009: Key member of Idaho’s receiver rotation ... known for acrobatic catches and hauling in the long ball ... caught 32 passes (tied for fourth the team) for 666 yards (third on the team) ... had four receptions for 61 yards in Humanitarian Bowl victory. 2008: Played in eight games and started three as part of Idaho’s receiver rotation ... had 11 receptions for 155 yards and two touchdowns. 2007: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman ... caught 23 passes for 276 yards ... scored twice. High school: As a senior, had 54 receptions for 1,036 yards for an average of 19.2 yards per catch ... scored 14 receiving TDs ... also had 35 tackles and seven interceptions ... Mount Baldy League MVP and Colony High Offensive MVP ... earned all-Inland County recognition as well as all-California Interscholastic Federation honors as a defensive back ... three-year starter ... also ran high hurdles. Personal: Son of Barbara and Darrell Shaw ... born April 7, 1989 ... majoring in RECEIVING G NO. Year General Studies. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Single-game highs Receptions – 7 (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009); Receiving yards – 183 (at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009); Long reception – 77 (vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008); TD receptions –2, twice (vs. Utah State, Nov. 28, 2009, and at Nevada, Oct. 24, 2009).

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YDS. 23 276 11 155 32 666 66 1097

Wahaiwa, Hawai`i

(Pronounced SEE-ah-vee-ee) 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. DEFENSE Personal: Son of Shana Year G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS 2008 12 13 7 20 4-16 1-12 and Robert Siavii ... 2009 13 32 26 58 3.5-10 0-0 born April 30, 1990. Totals

AVG. 12.0 14.1 20.8 16.6

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iavii, Robert Linebacker Jr. 6-1 216 2L Leilehua High School

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Single-game bests Tackles – 7 (vs. Louisiana Te ch , O c t . 31, 2 0 0 9 ) ; 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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mith Jr., Charles Defensive end Jr. 6-6 257 2L Desert Pines High School

Las Vegas, Nev.

#96

2009: Played in nine games at defensive end and had five total tackles (one solo, four assists) and one quarterback hurry. 2008: Played in six games as a true freshman and had two solo stops, which includes a tackle for loss, at Louisiana Tech. High school: First-team all-Sunrise Region Class 4A defensive end …Second-team all-Sunrise Region Class 4A tight end … also first-team all-Northeast Division at defensive end and tight end … Review Journal Nevada Class 4A second-team all-state defensive end … as a senior, had 52 total tackles, 10 tackles for loss and eight sacks … as a junior, was second-team all-Southern Nevada after accounting for 63 total tackles and nine sacks … also was a three-year letterman in volleyball and earned all-Northeast Division honors as a senior middle blocker after leading team to first two playoff appearances in school history. Personal: Son of Marcey Kelly and Charles Smith ... born Dec. 4, 1989.

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oomer, Korey Linebacker Sr. 6-3 230 1L Arizona Western

Shadow Ridge High School

Las Vegas, Nev.

#16

2009: Saw action in a backup role and on special teams ... had eight total tackles (5 solo and 3 assists) ... recovered one fumble. Junior college: At Arizona Western, two-year starter at linebacker ... as a sophomore, had 24 solo stops and 62 assists for 86 total tackles ... forced one fumble and had three interceptions ... had 8.5 tackles for loss for -27 yards ... as a freshman, had 11 solo stops and 33 assists for 44 total tackles ... also had 3.5 tackles for loss (-12 yards), one sack and two forced fumbles ... initially signed with Idaho as a senior at Shadow Ridge High School. High school: At Shadow Ridge in 2006, he was a two-way starter at tight end and linebacker ... he had 88 tackles and eight sacks ... was a first team All-Northwest Division and All-Sunset Conference selection. Personal: Son of Pamela Toomer and Kyle Kameron ... born Dec. 9, 1988.

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ucker, Shawn Cornerback Fr. 5-9 178 RS Laguna Hills High School

Laguna Hills, Calif.

#37

2009: Redshirted. High school: Joined the Vandals in the fall of 2009 ... was a three-sport athlete (football, track and basketball) at Laguna Hills High School ... first-team all-league in football as well as special teams award winner and Ironman award winner ... as a senior, had four interceptions and six touchdowns in a dual role ... Hawk Pride academic award recipient. Personal: Son of Thea and Shawn Tucker ... born July 22, 1991 ... majoring in Business Information Technology.

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upua, Sam Offensive line Jr. 6-3 372 JC Palomar Junior College

Banning High School

Laguna Hills, Calif.

#50

(Pronounced TWO-pooh-uh) Previous: Was team’s Lineman of the Year as a sophomore at starting center … helped team to 10-3 record in 2009 and No. 8 national ranking … first-team All-Southern Conference selection as a freshman ... played an integral role as a key blocker in Palomar’s successful run game, including a big evening in a 303-yard effort by the Comets in their season-opening 21-19 win over Southwestern on Sept. 6. High school: All-City (Los Angeles), All-Marine League and pre-season High School All-American … also played basketball in high school, and maintained a 3.1 GPA Personal: Son of Samuelu and Grace Tupua ... Born Nov. 15, 1990, in Harbor City, Calif.

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eltung, Justin Receiver So. 5-11 180 1L Puyallup High School

Puyallup, Wash.

#24

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

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ital, Troy Receiver So. 6-0 223 1L Copperas Cove High School

Copperas Cove, Texas

#11

2009: Idaho’s depth at running back allowed the Vandals to redshirt Vital. 2008: Played in 10 games before being injured and missing the final two ... carried the ball 54 times for 210 yards and one score ... best game was 48 yards on eight carries at Fresno State ... also caught four passes for 28 yards. High school: First-team Class 4A Associated Press All-State selection … as a senior, carried the ball 243 times for 2,034 yards (8.4 per carry) and 25 touchdowns … never fumbled … set Copperas Cove singlegame rushing record of 327 yards on 18 carries … also scored four TDs in that game … also ran track … at District 16-4A championships as a junior, finished second in the 300 hurdles, third in the long and triple jumps, was on the winning 4x400 relay team RUSHING Year G ATT YDS AVG. TDS LONG AVG./G and on the runner-up 4x200 relay team. 2008 10 54 210 3.9 1 13 21.0 Personal: Son of Demika and Keith Vital ... born Aug. 24, 1990. RECEIVING Year G NO. YDS. AVG. 2008 10 4 28 7.0 ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Year G RUSH REC KR 2008 10 210 28

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Single-game highs Carries – 12 (at San Diego State, Sept. 27, 2008); Rushing yards – 48 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008); Rushing touchdowns – 1 (at San Diego State, Sept. 27, 2008); Receptions – 2 (at San Diego State, Sept. 27, 2008); Receiving yards – 16 (vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008); Long rush – 13 (at Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2008); Long reception – 16 (vs. Western Michigan, Sept. 13, 2008).

alker, Gary Cornerback So. 6-0 187 1L Redlands East Valley High School

Redlands, Calif.

#3

2009: Earned significant playing time as a true freshman ... played in all 13 games and recorded 29 total tackles (20 solo and nine assists), which includes five stops (four solo, one assist) in the Vandals’ Humanitarian Bowl victory. High school: Two-way starter as a senior ... all-California Interscholastic League Inland Division selection at defensive back ... also played receiver ... as a senior, had 464 yards receiving on 27 receptions and scored four touchdowns; 71 tackles, four interceptions (two for TDs); returned three punts for TDs, and carried the ball 42 times for 294 yards and one TD ... as a junior, 22 receptions for 302 yards and three TDs; 88 tackles and three interceptions; averaged 22.1 yards per punt return; had 42 carries for 381 yards and four TDs; 8-for-17 passing for 238 yards and eight TDs ... REV MVP as a junior and senior ... also team captain as a junior and senior and led team in interceptions both years ... high school teammate of Idaho linebacker Andre Ferguson. Personal: Son of Gary Walker Sr. ... born May 10, 1991 ... majoring in Criminal Justice.

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eaver, Landon Receiver Jr. 5-11 183 SQ LaGrande High School

LaGrande, Ore.

#83

2009: Scout team and special teams player. 2008: Scout team player. 2007: Redshirted. High school: 2007 graduate of LaGrande High School ... played football, basketball and baseball ... two-time conference offensive player of the year ... two-time all-state selection ... rushed for 1,800 yards and passed for 1,500 yards ... seven-time scholar athlete ... honor roll. Personal: Son of Becky and Jeff Weaver ... born Oct. 22, 1988 ... father, grandfather and sister all were collegiate athletes.

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hitehead, Christian Cornerback Fr. 5-10 166 RS Fairfax High School

Los Angeles, Calif.

#20

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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ieting, Derek Tight end Jr. 5-11 236 2L Meridian School

Meridian, Idaho

#48

Spring 2010: Moved to tight end. 2009: Played on special teams and was a backup defensive lineman. 2008: Saw action on special teams and in a backup defensive line role ... had two solo tackles, one of which was a sack. 2007: Redshirt ... Vandals’ Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year. 2006: Grayshirt High school: 2006 graduate of Meridian High School ... played football and basketball ... as a senior, was state Defensive Player of the Year ... also earned all-conference and all-state recognition and had 15.5 sacks, nine tackles for loss and two interceptions ... team captain ... Shrine All-Star Team selection ... twotime all-Gold Beach (northern division) selection. Personal: Son of Grace Wieting ... born Oct. 9, 1987 ... majoring in General Studies.

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illiams, Trey Defensive back Fr. 6-1 192 RS Leflore County High School

Itta Bena, Miss.

#7

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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ilson, Bryan Defensive line So. 6-4 301 SQ Milpitas High School

Milpitas, Calif.

#97

2009: Scout team player. 2008: Redshirted. High school: Played only one season of high school football ... played at tight end, defensive end and defensive tackle ... earned first-team all-league DeAnza Division ... also played on a basketball club team that competed nationally. Personal: Son of Eve-Lynne Banks-Wilson and Willie D. Wilson, Jr. ... born Oct. 4, 1988 ... majoring in Political Science.

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ass, Ryan Running back Jr. 5-9 201 TR Centennial High School

Corona, Calif.

Arizona State University

#5

(will redshirt in 2010) 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 ... two of his brothers also played Division I football, Mike a (Hawai`i) and Ray (San Diego State).

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eale, Spencer Offensive line Fr. 6-4 321 HS Lewiston High School

Lewiston, Idaho

#79

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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ell, Chase Safety Fr. 5-8 189 HS Kamehameha High School

Wailuku, Hawai`i

#45

High school: All-league defensive all-purpose player ... also wrestled and competed in track and field. Personal: Son of Wendee Bodden and Randall Bell ... born March 1, 1992 ... majoring in Sociology.

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entz, Garrett Linebacker Fr. 6-0 195 HS Vale High School

Vale, Ore.

#22

High school: Most Outstanding linebacker ... league Most Valuable Player ... honor roll ... played on offense and defense ... had 14 touchdowns as well as 290 tackles ... also played basketball and golf and competed in track and field. Personal: Son of Linda and Mike Garrett ... born Nov. 3, 1991 ... majoring in Agricultural Business.

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hapman, Elliott Linebacker Jr. 6-0 220 JC Marin Catholic High School

Grossmont College.

Larkspur, Calif.

Junior college: Team captain ... had 83 tackles, six sacks and three interceptions during 2009 season. High school: Was a three-sport athlete ad Marin Catholic at Greenbrae, Calif. ... was the NCIS all-purpose Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... team captain. Personal: Son of Maria and Mark Chapman ... born March 3, 1989 ... majoring in General Education.

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hristianson, Joe Safety Fr. 6-0 193 HS Timberline High School

Boise, Idaho

#36

High school: As a senior, broke his collar bone and missed several games ... prior to the injury, had 75 tackles, 10 passes defensed and one interception. Personal: Son of Mary and Jeff Christianson ... born May 8, 1991 ... majoring in Political Science.

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rockom, Mitchell Receiver Fr. 6-1 175 HS Alhambra High School

Alhambra, Calif.

#22

High school: First-team Almont League as a defensive back and receiver as a senior … Los Angeles Wave all-Northwest Region receiver … had 43 receptions for 672 yards and nine TDs … 67 total tackles (17 solo, 50 assists) … three interceptions (39 yards in returns) … three kickoff returns for 49 yards ... as a junior in 2008 he was a first-team Almont League as a receiver … had carries, 31 yards and one TD … 36 catches for 791 yards and six TDs … three games of 100 or more receiving yards … 32 tackles (seven solo, 25 assists) … four interceptions for nine yards … nine kick returns for 179 yards ... in 2007 caught 17 passes for 375 yards and five TDs. Personal: Son of Nancy and Darrell Crockom ... born July 17, 1991 ... majoring in Business.

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avis, Jesse Defensive line Fr. 6-6 265 HS Asotin High School

Asotin, Wash.

#98

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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orde, Maxx Defensive line Fr. 6-4 270 HS Woodinville High School

Woodinville, Wash.

#92

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 first-team 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 Beeman and Brian Forde ... born Nov. 15, 1991 ... majoring in Business.

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ennessey, Tom Cornerback Fr. 5-11 175 HS Mountain Home High School

Mountain Home, Idaho

#30

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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earney, Karel Defensive line Fr. 6-2 273 HS John B. Connelly High School

Austin, Texas

#90

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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auga, Homer Linebacker Jr. 6-0 224 JC Helix High School

La Mesa, Calif.

Grossmont College

#19

Previous school: Region III all-California first team linebacker … JC Athletic Bureau all-Southern California firstteam selection … team won U.S. Bank Beach Bowl … first-team all-conference selection … played in Junior College All-American Game … team’s Defensive MVP … was Athlete of the Week after seven tackles and a sack in Beach Bowl … had 72 tackles, 15.5 sacks, 17 tackles for loss, seven quarterback hurries, and two interceptions. High school: Played in Alex Spanos All-Star Football Classic in summer of 2008 … as a senior at Helix High School earned Grossmont South League Defensive Player of the Year honors … had 34 tackles and two sacks as a sophomore at H-Town High School, which closed after his sophomore year … played junior varsity at Helix as a junior because of transfer rules … has eight brothers – all of whom played football. Personal: Son of Mouna and Benson Mauga ... born Nov. 8, 1990 ... majoring in General Education ... two cousins – Junior Seau and Josh Mauga, and two uncles – Casey Tiumalu and Dan Saleamua, played professional football.

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lmsted, Tim Offensive line Fr. 6-3 258 HS Nampa High School

Nampa, Idaho

High school: First-team all state and offensive line MVP ... Class Rivals Athlete of the Year ... also played basketball and competed in track and field ... honor roll. Personal: Son Beth and Larry Olmsted ... born Dec. 27, 1991 ... majoring in Criminal Justice.

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odrabsky, Justin Quarterback Fr. 6-6 240 HS Lewiston High School

Lewiston, Idaho

#16

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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mith, Chance Safety Fr. 5-8 170 HS Idaho Falls High School

Idaho Falls, Idaho

#32

High school: Second-team all-conference defensive back ... had four interceptions, 76 tackles, 14 tackles-for-loss and seven passes defensed as a senior ... Honor Society ... also played basketball and competed in track. Personal: Son of Lynn Alderson and Jay Roach ... born March 11, 1992.

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trumski, Aaron Defensive line Jr. 6-2 303 JC South Broward High School Hollywood, Fla. Ellsworth CC (Iowa)

#89

Junior college: Second-team all-America as a sophomore … member of back-to-back Midwest Football Conference-West Championship teams … had 79 total tackles (37 solo, 42 assists), 15 tackles for loss (totaling 37.5 yards lost), 8.5 sacks (-45.5 lost yards), two forced fumbles, one pass defensed ... First-team all-Midwest Conference after freshman season … 75 total tackles (36 solo, 39 assists), 17 tackles for loss and five sacks in 10 games. High school: Played in all-County all-star game ... had 16 sacks as a junior and as a senior. Personal: Son of Candy Strumski and Vincent Ireland ... born Sept. 4, 1989 ... majoring in liberal arts.

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hompson, Calvin Running back Fr. 6-2 203 HS Vista Ridge High School

Cedar Park, Texas

#28

High School: As a senior he ran for 605 yards and six TDs on 115 carries … caught 14 passes for 167 yards and returned four kickoffs for 63 yards … second-team all-District 16 5A … two-time Hill Country News Player of the Week … voted one of the Dazzling Dozen best players in the district ... as a junior, had 459 yards and two TDs on 96 carries … District track champion in 4x200, 4x400, 200 and 4x100 … regional champion in 4x200 and state qualifier in 200 and 4x200 ... as a sophomore, had 398 yards and four TDs on 69 carries … voted to Hill Country News Dazzling Dozen and Rookie of the Year … second-team all-district.

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hompson, Thaad Defensive back Jr. 6-3 215 JC Vista Ridge High School

Cedar Park, Texas

#24

Previous school: Had 27 total tackles and three tackles for loss in Ellsworth’s 8-3 season.

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ashington, Jayson Running back Fr. 5-7 165 HS Moscow High School Moscow, Idaho

#25

High school: Inland Empire League 4A co-Offensive Most Valuable Player junior and senior seasons … had 75 carries for 1,004 yards and 13 TDs as a senior… also had 11 receptions for 125 yards and three TDs … defensively, had 19 total tackles (11 solo, eight assists) and two interceptions, one of which was returned 52 yards ... IEL 4A first-team running back and defensive back his junior season … carried the ball 79 times for 1,085 yards and 17 TDs as a junior … also caught five passes for 187 yards and one TD … returned seven kickoffs for 410 yards and two TDs … returned eight punts for 200 yards … also had five interceptions, one of which was returned for a TD ... also played basketball and ran track. Personal: Son of Heidi and Leroy Washington ... born Feb. 25, 1992 ... majoring in Sociology/Criminology.

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iley, Charles Offensivle line Jr. 6-5 302 JC Fu Hun High School

Knoxville, Tenn.

Grossmont College

#62

Junior college: Started all 10 games for Grossmont in 2009 … key figure in Grossmont’s offensive line … Grossmont won the U.S. Bank Beach Bowl … chosen to play in Triumphant Sports Junior College All-American Game ...Grossmont’s Most Improved Lineman in 2008. High school: All-state as a junior and senior ... team won state championship during his senior season ... also played basketball and competed in track and field. Personal: Son of Denise and Jerry Gatewood ... born May 6, 1988.

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illiams, Demetrius Receiver Fr. 5-11 183 HS Inderkum High School

Sacramento, Calif.

#23

High school: TCC League Most Valuable Player … all-Metro … all-City first-team quarterback … Inderkum Most Valuable Player … team advanced to the CIF-San Joaquin Section final … completed 60-of-95 passes for 1,321 yards and 17 TDs … also ran for 307 yards on 49 carries and rushed for three TDs … was a standout at San Francisco Scout.com Combine. Personal: Son of Michelle and Keith Williams ... born March 13, 1992 ... cousin Steve Johnson is a receiver for Buffalo Bills.

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University of Idaho 21, New Mexico State 6 Sept. 5, 2009

Memorial Stadium

IDAHO NEW MEXICO STATE

14 0

7 0

0 6

16,772

0 – 21 0 – 6

UI-Daniel Hardy 6 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Princeton McCarty 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Max Komar 38 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) NMSU-Glynn, Tonny 3 yd run (Davenport, J. kick failed) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

IDAHO 15 32-171 179 22-11-1 54-350 1-8 1-10 2-61 1-7 4-49.2 0-0 5-86 27:51 9 of 14 0 of 1 2-2 1-2

NMSU 21 33-104 235 34-22-1 67-339 0-0 2-19 3-35 1-32 4-41.8 2-2 9-62 32:09 7 of 14 2 of 2 1-4 1-7

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 8-96; Deonte Jackson 1348; DeMaundray Woolridge 5-18; Max Komar 2-14; Kama Bailey 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 1; Nathan Enderle 2-minus 7. New Mexico State-Colston, Marque 14-47; Glynn, Tonny 9-29; Smith, Seth 4-17; Fleming, Jeff 6-11. PASSING: University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 11-21-1-179; Preston Davis 0-1-0-0. New Mexico State-Fleming, Jeff 21-33-1-230; Walls, Trevor 1-1-0-5. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Max Komar 2-68; Preston Davis 2-53; Maurice Shaw 2-22; Daniel Hardy 2-18; Eric Greenwood 2-14; Kama Bailey 1-4. New Mexico State-Lee, Todd 6-49; Allen, Marcus 5-82; Anderson, M. 4-50; Nelson, Kyle 2-22; Opetaia, Ronald 2-20; Smith, Seth 1-7; Fleming, Julius 1-4; Glynn, Tonny 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 1-7. New Mexico StateHatchett, S. 1-32. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-None. New Mexico State-Allen, Marcus 1-1; Colston, Marque 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Michael Cosgrove 1-0. New Mexico StateFils, Pierre 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-JoJo Dickson 5-6; Paul Senescall 1-8; Shiloh Keo 4-4; Isaac Butts 3-4; Jeromy Jones 3-3; Andre Ferguson 2-4; Michael Cosgrove 1-5; Robert Siavii 2-3; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-4; Kenneth Patten 2-2; Jonah Sataraka 0-4; Aaron Lavarias 0-3; Brandon Artz 1-1; Fonomanu Sekona 0-2; Aaron Grymes 1-0; Conrad Scheidt 0-1; Charles Smith 0-1; Oga Faumui 0-1; Irvin Stevens 0-1; Adam Juratovac 0-1. New Mexico State-Conner, Ross 1-7; Scott, Jason 1-7; Powell, A. 4-3; Green, Jonte 2-5; Fils, Pierre 2-3; Shook, Kawika 0-5; Hatchett, S. 0-5; Cotton, Jamar 0-5; House, Davon 2-2; Buckner, Chris 1-3; Federico, V. 0-2; Allen, Marcus 1-0; Diaz, Spence 0-1; Colston, Marque 0-1; Savage, Donte 0-1; Clay, Robert 0-1; Roberts, Donava 0-1.

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University of Washington 42, University of Idaho 23 Sept. 12, 2009

IDAHO WASHINGTON

Husky Stadium

3 6 7 14

7 14

58,980

7 – 23 7 – 42

UW-Locker, Jake 3 yd run (Folk, Erik kick) UI-Trey Farquhar 44 yd field goal UW-Fogerson, Johri 24 yd pass from Locker, Jake (Folk, Erik kick) UI-Trey Farquhar 28 yd field goal UW-Johnson, James 31 yd pass from Locker, Jake (Folk, Erik kick) UI-Trey Farquhar 34 yd field goal UW-Polk, Chris 1 yd run (Folk, Erik kick) UW-Izbicki, Chris 2 yd pass from Locker, Jake (Folk, Erik kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 4 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UW-Fogerson, Johri 2 yd run (Folk, Erik kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 6 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO WASH FIRST DOWNS 20 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 23-63 33-121 PASSING YDS (NET) 349 253 Passes Att-Comp-Int 40-26-1 25-17-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 63-412 58-374 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-14 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-130 5-111 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-56 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-39.3 2-48.5 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 8-72 4-45 Possession Time 32:29 27:31 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 12 11 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-5 5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 3-12 RUSHING: University of Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 7-41; Deonte Jackson 6-18; Princeton McCarty 5-14; Max Komar 2-2; Brian Reader 1-minus 2; Nathan Enderle 2-minus 10. Washington-Polk, Chris 19-80; Shaw, Curtis 5-19; Locker, Jake 6-18; Fogerson, Johri 2-6; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASSING: University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 22-33-1-279; Brian Reader 4-7-0-70. Washington-Locker, Jake 17-25-0-253. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Daniel Hardy 6-103; Max Komar 5-111; Eric Greenwood 5-57; Preston Davis 4-34; Deonte Jackson 2-16; Peter Bjorvik 1-13; Princeton McCarty 1-6; Kevin Small 1-6; DeMaundray Woolridge 1-3. Washington-Goodwin, D. 3-83; Johnson, James 3-48; Kearse, J. 3-46; Fogerson, Johri 2-35; Middleton, K. 2-13; Aguilar, Devin 1-14; Polk, Jordan 1-8; Polk, Chris 1-4; Izbicki, Chris 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. Washington-Foster, Mason 1-56. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-None. Washington-Shaw, Curtis 1-1; Middleton, K. 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. Washington-Elisara, Cam. 1-0; Te’o-Nesheim, D 1-0; Gage, Joshua 0-1; Pulu, Andru 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 7-0; Robert Siavii 6-0; Paul Senescall 5-0; Jeromy Jones 4-1; Kenneth Patten 4-0; Aaron Grymes 2-2; Oga Faumui 2-1; Andre Ferguson 2-0; Jared Heston 2-0; Aaron Lavarias 2-0; Preston Davis 1-0; Benson Mayowa 1-0; Gary Walker 1-0; JoJo Dickson 1-0; Isaac Butts 1-0; John McKinley 1-0; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-0; Jonah Sataraka 1-0; Michael Cosgrove 0-1; Devon Sturdivant 0-1. Washington-Savannah, E.J. 5-3; Butler, Donald 5-3; Elisara, Cam. 4-1; Long, Adam 4-0; Williams, Nate 4-0; McDowell, V. 4-0; Te’o-Nesheim, D 2-2; Dennison, Cort 2-2; Trufant, D. 3-0; Glenn, Justin 3-0; Foster, Mason 2-1; Gage, Joshua 2-1; Walker, Greg 2-0; Aiyewa, Victor 1-0; Richardson, Q. 1-0; Pulu, Andru 0-1.

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO University of Idaho 34, San Diego State 20 Sept. 19, 2009

Kibbie Dome

10,324

SAN DIEGO STATE 0 10 3 7 – 20 IDAHO 14 6 0 14 – 34 UI-JoJo Dickson 74 yd interception return (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Deonte Jackson 4 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick SD-Yoshida, Lane 47 yd field goal UI-Trey Farquhar 29 yd field goal SD-Wallace, Robert 8 yd pass from Westling, Drew (Yoshida, Lane kick) UI-Trey Farquhar 40 yd field goal SD-Yoshida, Lane 46 yd field goal UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 7 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) SD-Brown, Vincent 36 yd pass from Lindley, Ryan (Yoshida, Lane kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 53 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO SDSU FIRST DOWNS 20 21 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 23-55 41-147 PASSING YDS (NET) 241 232 Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-25-1 30-17-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-296 71-379 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-45 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-105 5-108 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-74 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-46.3 2-47.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 9-85 8-54 Possession Time 27:50 32:10 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 9 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-9 1-10 RUSHING: San Diego-Sullivan, Brand 10-31; Brown, Davon 8-22; Kazee, Walter 4-12; Lindley, Ryan 1-Minus 10. Idaho-Demaundray Woolridge 1193; Deonte Jackson 10-24; Princeton McCarty 9-20; Nathan Enderle 8-15; Team 3-Minus 5. PASSING: San Diego-Lindley, Ryan 21-35-1-200; Westling, Drew 4-6-0-41. Idaho-Nathan Enderle 17-30-0-232. RECEIVING: San Diego-Brown, Vincent 13-143; Sampson, Demarc 4-36; Wallace, Robert 3-34; Umuolo, Alston 2-14; Sullivan, Brand 1-9; Brown, Davon 1-3; Kawulok, M 1-2. University Of Idaho-Max Komar 5-78; Daniel Hardy 4-76; Preston Davis 3-37; Eric Greenwood 3-21; Peter Bjorvik 1-14; Deonte Jackson 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: San Diego-None. University Of Idaho-Jojo Dickson 1-74. FUMBLES: San Diego-Sullivan, Brand 1-1; Brown, Davon 1-0. University Of Idaho-None. SACKS (UA-A): San Diego-Burris, Miles 0-1; Milling, Jerry 0-1. University Of Idaho-Jonah Sataraka 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): San Diego-Milling, Jerry 3-5; Fantroy, Martre 2-4; Burris, Miles 2-2; Williams, B.J. 2-2; Laolagi, Luke 1-3; Preston, Andrew 1-3; Shapiro, Zachar 1-3; Parker, Larry 2-1; Lawson, Ernie 2-1; Hemmings, Dey J 2-1; Edwards, Kwincy 2-1; Moore, Aaron 1-2; Mcfadden, Leon 2-0; Lewis, Darryn 1-1; Ketchum, Logan 1-1; Camarda, Vincen 0-2; Perez, Jose 1-0; Sandford, Nick 1-0; Stevens, Khalid 1-0; Barksdale, Deme 1-0; Soto, Jonathan 1-0; Brown, Vincent 1-0; Tauanuu, Jacob 1-0; Long, Jerome 0-1; Yarbrough, Marc 0-1. University Of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 3-6; Aaron Grymes 4-4; Jojo Dickson 3-3; Paul Senescall 3-1; Jonah Sataraka 3-1; Kenneth Patten 2-2; Andre Ferguson 2-1; Isaac Butts 2-1; Jeromy Jones 2-1; Michael Cosgrove 1-2; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-2; Robert Siavii 1-2; Aaron Lavarias 0-2; Eric Hunter 1-0; Devon Sturdivant 1-0; Gary Walker 1-0; Bobby Cowan 1-0; Jared Heston 0-1; John McKinley 0-1.

FOOTBALL 2010

University of Idaho 34, Northern Illinois 31 Sept. 26, 2009

Huskie Stadium

16,320

IDAHO 0 21 7 6 – 34 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 3 10 3 15 – 31 NIU-Salerno, Mike 23 yd field goal UI-Daniel Hardy 26 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Deonte Jackson 21 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) NIU-Clark, Willie 7 yd pass from Harnish, Chand (Salerno, Mike kick) UI-Princeton McCarty 58 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick NIU-Salerno, Mike 50 yd field goal UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) NIU-Salerno, Mike 25 yd field goal UI-Trey Farquhar 33 yd field goal UI-Trey Farquhar 40 yd field goal NIU-Cox, Landon 4 yd pass from Harnish, Chand (Salerno, Mike kick) NIU-Brown, Me’co 1 yd run (Brown, Me’co rush) IDAHO NIU FIRST DOWNS 24 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 44-207 30-128 PASSING YDS (NET) 270 184 Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-18-0 24-17-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 67-477 54-312 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-34 1-14 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-69 6-155 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 1-0.0 2-49.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-54 6-69 Possession Time 34:13 25:47 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 13 4 of 10 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-15 3-17 RUSHING: Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 19-143; Princeton McCarty 11-52; Deonte Jackson 7-20; Max Komar 1-5; TEAM 2-minus 4; Nathan Enderle 4-minus 9. Northern Illinois-Harnish, Chand 13-62; Brown, Me’co 12-46; Spann, Chad 4-15; Williams, Prest 1-5. PASSING: Idaho-Nathan Enderle 18-23-0-270. Northern Illinois-Harnish, Chand 17-23-0-184; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Idaho-Eric Greenwood 3-67; Preston Davis 3-29; Maurice Shaw 3-28; Daniel Hardy 2-46; Deonte Jackson 2-25; Princeton McCarty 1-58; Kevin Small 1-12; DeMaundray Woolridge 1-4; Kama Bailey 1-2; Max Komar 1-minus 1. Northern Illinois-Cox, Landon 5-53; Brown, Me’co 3-31; Moore, Martel 3-23; Spann, Chad 2-32; Clark, Willie 2-20; Lewis, Marcus 1-17; Beckner, Bryan 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Idaho-None. Northern Illinois-None. FUMBLES: Idaho-Nathan Enderle 2-0. Northern Illinois-Spann, Chad 1-0; Harnish, Chand 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Idaho-Andre Ferguson 0-1; Jonah Sataraka 1-0; Fonomanu Sekona 0-1. Northern Illinois-Bolding, Darnel 1-0; Pirkle, D.J. 1-0; Progar, Sean 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Idaho-Shiloh Keo 2-9; Jeromy Jones 4-4; Robert Siavii 2-5; Aaron Grymes 3-3; Michael Cosgrove 2-3; Jonah Sataraka 3-1; Kenneth Patten 1-3; Paul Senescall 1-3; Isaac Butts 2-1; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-2; Aaron Lavarias 1-2; JoJo Dickson 1-2; Andre Ferguson 0-3; Conrad Scheidt 1-1; Kama Bailey 0-1; Korey Toomer 0-1; Gary Walker 0-1; Fonomanu Sekona 0-1; Corey White 0-1; Brandon Artz 0-1. Northern Illinois-Hanson, Cory 3-8; Kube, Alex 2-9; Schiller, Pat 1-10; Wilson, Tracy 1-7; Smith, Chris 4-2; George, Patrick 3-3; Bolding, Darnel 2-3; Delegal, Jordan 3-1; Bryant, David 1-3; Pirkle, D.J. 3-0; Progan, Sean 2-1; Baxter, Alan 1-2; Bice, Brandon 1-1; Brown, Phil 0-2; Jacques,Victor 0-2; Sobol, Mike 0-2; Lawson, Brian 0-2; Coleman, Adam 0-2; Williamson, Spe 0-2; Newcomb, Ron 1-0; Anderson, Justi 1-0.

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University of Idaho 31, Colorado State 29 Oct. 3, 2009

Kibbie Dome

16,000

COLORADO STATE 14 6 3 6 – 29 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 0 10 14 7 – 31 CSU-Tyson Liggett 20 yd pass from Grant Stucker (Ben Deline kick) CSU-Eric Peitz 3 yd pass from Grant Stucker (Ben Deline kick) UI-Eric Greenwood 31 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) CSU-Dion Morton 34 yd pass from Grant Stucker (Ben Deline kick blockd) UI-Trey Farquhar 47 yd field goal UI-Eric Greenwood 45 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Max Komar 24 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) CSU-Ben Deline 43 yd field goal UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) CSU-Lou Greenwood 39 yd pass from Grant Stucker (John Mosure rush failed) IDAHO CSU FIRST DOWNS 21 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 32-139 33-70 PASSING YDS (NET) 297 333 Passes Att-Comp-Int 35-19-1 38-25-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 67-436 71-403 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-52 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-155 5-139 Interception Returns-Yards 1-58 1-1 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-34.8 5-46.2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 7-39 7-63 Possession Time 29:04 30:50 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 13 6 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-30 0-0 RUSHING: Colorado State-Leonard Mason 18-85; John Mosure 10-45; Zac Pauga 1-3; Lou Greenwood 1-3; Grant Stucker 2-3. University of IdahoDeMaundray Woolridge 15-61; Princeton McCarty 5-24; Deonte Jackson 3-2; Kama Bailey 1-minus 3; TEAM 2-minus 4; Nathan Enderle 7-minus 10. PASSING: Colorado State-Grant Stucker 19-35-1-297. University of IdahoNathan Enderle 25-38-1-333. RECEIVING: Colorado State-Rashaun Greer 7-125; Lou Greenwood 4-74; Dion Morton 3-60; Tyson Liggett 2-29; Leonard Mason 1-7; Eric Peitz 1-3; Zac Pauga 1-minus 1. University of Idaho-Max Komar 12-152; Eric Greenwood 6-130; Preston Davis 2-21; Princeton McCarty 2-6; Kama Bailey 1-9; Marsel Posey 1-8; Maurice Shaw 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Colorado State-Nick Oppenneer 1-58. University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 1-1. FUMBLES: Colorado State-None. University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Colorado State-Klint Kubiak 1-0; Mychal Sisson 1-0; Cory Macon 1-0. University of Idaho-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Colorado State-Elijah-B Smith 6-1; Mychal Sisson 6-1; Chris Gipson 6-1; Klint Kubiak 5-2; Nick Oppenneer 4-0; Gerard Thomas 3-0; Michae Kawulok 3-0; Guy Miller 1-2; Broder Sargent 2-0; James Skelton 1-1; Scott Zick 0-2; C.J. James 1-0; Dean Wilkinson 1-0; Cory Macon 1-0; Jarrad Mckay 1-0; Brandon Owens 0-1; Ivory Herd 0-1; Zach Tiedgen 0-1; Derek Good 0-1. University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 12-3; JoJo Dickson 3-5; Aaron Lavarias 4-1; Aaron Grymes 4-0; Paul Senescall 3-1; Jeromy Jones 3-1; Jonah Sataraka 2-2; Isaac Butts 1-3; Andre Ferguson 3-0; Brandon Artz 2-0; Robert Siavii 2-0; Kenneth Patten 2-0; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-1; Gary Walker 1-1; Michael Cosgrove 1-0; John McKinley 1-0; Devon Sturdivant 1-0; Eric Hunter 0-1; Oga Faumui 0-1.

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University of Idaho 29, San Jose State 25 Oct. 10, 2009

Spartan Stadium

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 3 SAN JOSE STATE 7

9 7

10 0

15,321

7 – 29 11 – 25

SJSU–Harrison, Josh 17 yd pass from La Secla, Jorda (Cope, Tyler kick) UI–Trey Farquhar 23 yd field goal UI–DeMaundray Woolridge 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick blockd) SJSU–La Secla, Jorda 7 yd run (Cope, Tyler kick) UI–Trey Farquhar 52 yd field goal UI–Princeton McCarty 3 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UI–Trey Farquhar 26 yd field goal SJSU–Avery, Marquis 38 yd pass from La Secla, Jorda (Beauchman, Jala pass from La Secla, Jorda) SJSU–Cope, Tyler 20 yd field goal UI–DeMaundray Woolridge 5 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO SJSU FIRST DOWNS 22 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 42-274 20-48 PASSING YDS (NET) 227 299 Passes Att-Comp-Int 27-15-3 43-31-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 69-501 63-347 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-1 1-4 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-78 6-120 Interception Returns-Yards 2-39 3-47 Punts (Number-Avg) 1-38.0 3-48.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 11-113 9-75 Possession Time 34:00 26:00 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 11 7 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-6 3-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-8 0-0 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 16-125; DeMaundray Woolridge 18-93; Deonte Jackson 7-57; TEAM 1-minus 1. San Jose StateMuldrow, Lamon 9-23; La Secla, Jorda 9-19; Avery, Marquis 1-5; Perry, Patrick 1-1. PASSING: University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 14-26-3-216; Brian Reader 1-1-0-11. San Jose State-La Secla, Jorda 31-43-2-299. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Max Komar 5-73; Eric Greenwood 4-56; Daniel Hardy 2-17; Maurice Shaw 1-41; Preston Davis 1-28; Peter Bjorvik 1-9; Kevin Small 1-3. San Jose State-Jurovich, Kevin 8-70; Rutley, Brandon 8-65; Avery, Marquis 7-96; Harrison, Josh 3-30; Muldrow, Lamon 3-24; Otten, Ryan 1-14; Beauchman, Jala 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-JoJo Dickson 1-39; Kenneth Patten 1-0. San Jose State-Burns, Tanner 1-34; Ihenacho, Duke 1-13; Thompson, Peyto 1-0. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Daniel Hardy 1-1. San Jose State-Harrison, Josh 1-1; La Secla, Jorda 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Jonah Sataraka 1-0; Michael Cosgrove 1-0. San Jose State-None. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 5-2; Kenneth Patten 5-2; Paul Senescall 4-1; Jeromy Jones 4-1; Robert Siavii 3-2; Isaac Butts 4-0; JoJo Dickson 4-0; Aaron Lavarias 3-1; Michael Cosgrove 3-1; Andre Ferguson 3-0; Jonah Sataraka 2-0; Gary Walker 2-0; Brandon Artz 1-1; Kama Bailey 0-2; Deonte Jackson 1-0; Aaron Grymes 1-0; Jared Heston 1-0; Maurice Shaw 1-0; Devon Sturdivant 0-1. San Jose State-Ihenacho, Duke 2-10; Ihenacho, Carl 4-4; Tuipulotu, Tiuk 2-6; Burns, Tanner 4-3; Cole, Justin 2-4; Jones, Travis 3-2; Thompson, Peyto 3-2; Willis, Justin 2-3; Newsome, Devin 1-3; Johnson, Travis 1-2; Storaasli, Brad 2-0; Orth, James 2-0; Zavala, Philip 1-1; Germany, Alex 1-1; Davis, Adonis 1-1; Ngatikaura, Man 1-1; Festejo, Pompey 0-2; Jurovich, Kevin 1-0; Rutley, Brandon 1-0; Otten, Ryan 1-0; Johnson, Ralph 0-1; Nigos, Joe 0-1; Garcia, Pablo 0-1.

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO University of Idaho 35, University of Hawai`i 23 Oct. 17, 2009

Kibbie Dome

12,763

HAWAI`I 10 0 0 13 – 23 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 14 0 7 14 – 35 UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 28 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UH-Funaki,I. 8 yd run (Enos,S. kick) UI-Maurice Shaw 60 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UH-Enos,S. 22 yd field goa UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 4 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UH-Moniz,B. 15 yd run (Enos,S. kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 6 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UH-Salas,G. 21 yd pass from Moniz,B. (Moniz,B. rush failed) IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 26 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 24-77 PASSING YDS (NET) 367 Passes Att-Comp-Int 45-31-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 69-444 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-16 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-127 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 2-32.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 4-30 Possession Time 30:29 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0

UH 20 39-194 226 17-14-0 56-420 1-2 0-0 3-47 1-0 2-41.5 2-1 6-40 29:31 8 of 10 0 of 0 3-3 4-22

RUSHING: Hawai`i-Wright-Jackson 9-37; Moniz,B. 10-32; Green,A. 2-6; Funaki,I. 2-5; Taylor,J. 1-minus 3. University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 1689; DeMaundray Woolridge 17-81; Nathan Enderle 2-15; Deonte Jackson 3-11; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASSING: Hawai`i-Moniz,B. 30-42-1-360; TEAM 0-2-0-0; Funaki,I. 1-1-0-7. University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 14-17-0-226. RECEIVING: Hawai`i-Salas,G. 10-111; Taylor,J. 6-80; Pilares,K. 5-48; Avery,J. 3-41; Medeiros,J. 3-25; Bradley,R. 2-58; Wright-Jackson 1-7; Green,A. 1-minus 3. University of Idaho-Daniel Hardy 3-62; Max Komar 3-57; Preston Davis 3-12; Eric Greenwood 2-12; Maurice Shaw 1-60; Peter Bjorvik 1-17; Kama Bailey 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai`i-None. University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 1-0. FUMBLES: Hawai`i-Salas,G. 1-0; Moniz,B. 1-1. University of Idaho-TEAM 1-1; Daniel Hardy 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Hawai`i-None. University of Idaho-Aaron Lavarias 2-0; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-0; JoJo Dickson 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Hawai`i-Smith,S. 7-5; Falemalu,P. 3-2; Bryant,J. 1-4; Soares,B. 1-4; Tufaga,T. 0-4; Davis,L. 2-1; Silva,M. 2-1; Kiesel-Kauhane 2-1; Savaiigaea,R. 1-2; Paredes,C. 1-2; Fonoti,J. 1-2; Hanohano,G. 2-0; Torres,R. 1-1; Black,C. 1-1; Satele,Liko 1-0; Wadsworth,M. 1-0; Ornellas,K. 1-0; Heun,J. 0-1; Purcell,E. 0-1. University of Idaho-Aaron Grymes 8-1; Shiloh Keo 5-2; JoJo Dickson 3-3; Kenneth Patten 5-0; Tre`Shawn Robinson 4-0; Aaron Lavarias 4-0; Gary Walker 3-1; Jeromy Jones 3-1; Robert Siavii 2-1; Eric Hunter 1-1; Charles Smith 1-1; Jonah Sataraka 0-2; Andre Ferguson 0-2; Kama Bailey 0-1; Michael Cosgrove 0-1; Isaac Butts 0-1.

FOOTBALL 2010

University of Nevada 70, University of Idaho 45 Oct. 24, 2009

Mackay Stadium

16,611

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 0 24 14 7 – 45 NEVADA 14 14 21 21 – 70 UN-Kaepernick, C. 11 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UN-Taua, Vai 89 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UN-Kaepernick, C. 61 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UI-Maurice Shaw 73 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Deonte Jackson 59 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UN-Taua, Vai 1 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UI-Maurice Shaw 73 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-Trey Farquhar 54 yd field goal UN-Kaepernick, C. 35 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UN-Kaepernick, C. 75 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick UI-Max Komar 9 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UN-Wellington, C. 25 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UI-Max Komar 20 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UN-Green, Virgil 44 yd pass from Kaepernick, C. (Drake, Ricky kick) UN-Lippincott, L. 9 yd pass from Kaepernick, C. (Drake, Ricky kick) UN-Mark, Lampford 12 yd run (Drake, Ricky kick) UI-Max Komar 14 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO NEV FIRST DOWNS 21 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 25-90 53-484 PASSING YDS (NET) 404 178 Passes Att-Comp-Int 33-22-1 21-13-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 58-494 74-662 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-72 3-77 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-44.8 2-23.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-31 6-64 Possession Time 26:20 33:40 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 11 6 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 3 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 5-30 RUSHING: University of Idaho-Deonte Jackson 7-88; Princeton McCarty 414; DeMaundray Woolridge 6-13; Brian Reader 1-minus 2; Nathan Enderle 7-minus 23. Nevada-Kaepernick, C. 15-230; Taua, Vai 17-146; Mark, Lampford 7-40; Wellington, C. 1-25; Lippincott, L. 7-24; Green, Virgil 1-16; Randall, C. 2-6; Team 3-minus 3. PASSING: University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 15-26-1-342; Brian Reader 7-7-0-62. Nevada-Kaepernick, C. 13-21-0-178. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Max Komar 10-136; Maurice Shaw 5-183; Preston Davis 3-43; Daniel Hardy 2-37; Deonte Jackson 1-5; Eric Greenwood 1-0. Nevada-Wimberly, B. 5-62; Wellington, C. 2-18; Green, Virgil 1-44; Taua, Vai 1-16; Puloka Jr., T. 1-13; Session, Tray 1-13; Lippincott, L. 1-9; Anderson, Shane 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. Nevada-Bethea, Mike 1-7. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Eric Greenwood 1-1; Nathan Enderle 1-0. Nevada-Mark, Lampford 1-0; Anderson, Shane 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. Nevada-Moch, Dontay 1-0; Slack, Chris 1-0; Coulson, Ryan 1-0; Basped, Kevin 1-0; Johnson, J.M. 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 9-2; Jeromy Jones 9-1; Tre`Shawn Robinson 5-2; Jonah Sataraka 2-3; Kenneth Patten 4-0; Robert Siavii 3-1; JoJo Dickson 2-2; Oga Faumui 3-0; Aaron Lavarias 2-1; Aaron Grymes 2-1; Benson Mayowa 2-0; Gary Walker 0-2; Michael Cosgrove 0-2; Deonte Jackson 1-0; Korey Toomer 1-0; Paul Senescall 1-0; John McKinley 1-0; Isaac Butts 1-0; Charles Smith 0-1. Nevada-Marshall, B. 6-2; Bethea, Mike 4-2; Amaya, Jonathon 3-3; Johnson, J.M. 3-2; Wooten, Khalid 3-0; Bayne, Cameron 2-0; Moch, Dontay 2-0; Coulson, Ryan 2-0; Miller, Doyle 20; Harvey, Mo 2-0; Basped, Kevin 1-1; Williams, Duke 1-1; Anderson, Shane 1-1; Slack, Chris 1-1; Drake, Ricky 1-0; Thompson, A. 1-0; Wood, Ahmad 1-0; Madonick, Zack 0-1.

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University of Idaho 35, Louisiana Tech 34 Oct. 31, 2009 Kibbie Dome

LOUISIANA TECH 21 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 7

7 7

0 7

15,236

6 – 34 14 – 35

UI-Justin Veltung 94 yd kickoff return (Trey Farquhar kick) LT-Williams,Cruz 17 yd pass from Jenkins,Ross (Nelson,Matt kick) LT-Porter,Daniel 3 yd run (Nelson,Matt kick) LT-Morris,Dennis 10 yd pass from Jenkins,Ross (Nelson,Matt kick) UI-Max Komar 36 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) LT-Williams,Cruz 20 yd pass from Jenkins,Ross (Nelson,Matt kick) UI-Max Komar 32 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) LT-Compton,Myke 1 yd run (Nelson,Matt kick failed) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 2 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 29 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 47-222 PASSING YDS (NET) 325 Passes Att-Comp-Int 47-27-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 94-547 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-124 Interception Returns-Yards 2-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-42.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 Penalties-Yards 13-105 Possession Time 33:10 Third-Down Conversions 12 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-19

LT 25 27-134 327 46-25-2 73-461 0-0 5-46 3-113 0-0 4-41.8 1-1 4-30 26:50 4 of 12 3 of 3 2-4 1-6

RUSHING: Louisiana Tech-Livas,Phillip 3-73; Morrow,D.J. 8-54; Porter,Daniel 11-47; Cameron,Colby 6-24; Compton,Myke 7-16; Duplessis,T. 8-15; TEAM 1-minus 1; Stuart,R.P. 1-minus 1; Jenkins,Ross 2-minus 5. University of Idaho-Deonte Jackson 7-57; Princeton McCarty 8-35; Shiloh Keo 1-32; Kama Bailey 1-12; DeMaundray Woolridge 6-11; Nathan Enderle 4-minus 13. PASSING: Louisiana Tech-Jenkins,Ross 17-30-0-220; Cameron,Colby 1016-0-105; TEAM 0-1-0-0. University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 25-45-2-327; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Louisiana Tech-Stuart,R.P. 6-73; Morris,Dennis 5-64; Williams,Cruz 4-82; Fitte,Lyle 4-35; Livas,Phillip 3-30; Porter,Daniel 1-22; Duplessis,T. 1-12; Morrow,D.J. 1-5; Mitchell,Dustin 1-1; Compton,Myke 1-1. University of Idaho-Max Komar 7-133; Daniel Hardy 4-54; Preston Davis 4-39; Eric Greenwood 3-25; Maurice Shaw 3-19; Princeton McCarty 2-42; Peter Bjorvik 1-8; Justin Veltung 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Louisiana Tech-Baker,Antonio 1-0; Victorian,Josh 1-0. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: Louisiana Tech-Fitte,Lyle 1-0; Porter,Daniel 1-0. University of Idaho-Princeton McCarty 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Louisiana Tech-Broha,Matt 1-0; Calais,Tank 1-0; Lacey,Christian 1-0. University of Idaho-Aaron Lavarias 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Louisiana Tech-Young,Deon 6-2; Calais,Tank 3-5; Victorian,Josh 6-0; Smith,D’Anthony 2-3; Carter,Terry 3-1; Baker,Antonio 3-1; Lacey,Christian 3-0; Jordan,Kwame 2-1; Dudley,Jay 1-2; Paige,Olajuwon 1-1; Graham,Thomas 1-1; Rust,Dusty 1-1; Broha,Matt 1-1; Compton,Myke 0-2; Hitt,Mason 0-2; Faust,Dominique 1-0; Randle,Solomon 1-0; Washington,K. 1-0; Randle,Ramone 1-0; Lucas,Shakeil 0-1. University of Idaho-Shiloh Keo 9-4; Tre`Shawn Robinson 5-7; JoJo Dickson 6-5; Aaron Lavarias 5-3; Robert Siavii 3-4; Andre Ferguson 2-3; Aaron Grymes 4-0; Eric Hunter 3-1; Michael Cosgrove 1-3; Jeromy Jones 1-2; Brandon Artz 2-0; Kenneth Patten 1-1; Fonomanu Sekona 1-1; Trey Farquhar 1-0; Korey Toomer 1-0; Jonah Sataraka 0-1; Conrad Scheidt 0-1.

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Fresno State 31, University of Idaho 21 Nov. 7, 2009

FRESNO STATE IDAHO

Kibbie Dome

17 0

7 0

7 7

12,418

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FS–Mathews, Ryan 77 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) FS–Ajirotutu, Seyi 18 yd pass from Colburn, Ryan (Goessling, K. kick) FS–Goessling, K. 52 yd field goal FS–Mathews, Ryan 1 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) UI–Max Komar 14 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) FS–Mathews, Ryan 1 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) UI–Brian Reader 4 yd run (Eric Greenwood pass from Brian Reader) UI–Maurice Shaw 69 yd pass from Brian Reader (Brian Reader pass failed) FS IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 16 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 42-181 30-230 PASSING YDS (NET) 159 240 Passes Att-Comp-Int 14-14-0 25-12-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 56-340 55-470 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-4 4-42 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-69 6-108 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-48.0 4-44.8 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 6-48 8-90 Possession Time 36:06 23:54 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 11 2 of 10 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-8 RUSHING: Fresno State-Mathews, Ryan 26-143; Rouse, Robbie 6-18; Moore, Marlon 1-17; Miller, Lonyae 3-6; Colburn, Ryan 5-0; TEAM 1-minus 3. University of Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 10-97; Princeton McCarty 9-59; Deonte Jackson 5-31; Justin Veltung 1-17; Kama Bailey 1-15; Brian Reader 4-11. PASSING: Fresno State-Colburn, Ryan 14-14-0-159. University of IdahoBrian Reader 12-25-0-240. RECEIVING: Fresno State-Ajirotutu, Seyi 4-45; Mathews, Ryan 3-18; Hamler, Jamel 2-28; Moore, Marlon 1-41; Pascoe, Vince 1-9; West, Chastin 1-8; Newborn, Darren 1-7; Harding, A. 1-3. University of Idaho-Max Komar 4-67; Maurice Shaw 3-93; Daniel Hardy 3-54; Deonte Jackson 1-13; Princeton McCarty 1-13. INTERCEPTIONS: Fresno State-None. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: Fresno State-Mathews, Ryan 1-0; TEAM 1-1; Colburn, Ryan 1-0. University of Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Fresno State-None. University of Idaho-Fonomanu Sekona 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Fresno State-Bell, Lorne 5-4; Harris, Moses 5-2; Dunn, Desia 5-0; Carter, Chris 4-0; Thomas, Phillip 3-0; Jacobs, Ben 1-2; Plummer, Shawn 1-1; Jefferson, A.J. 0-2; Borg, Kenny 1-0; Owens, Damion 1-0; Haynes, Marvin 1-0; Rashad, Jamaal 1-0; Hill, Zak 1-0; Brown, Travis 1-0; Ramos, Wilson 1-0; Pascoe, Vince 1-0; Raphael, Austin 1-0; Newborn, Darren 1-0; Lewis, Chris 0-1; Herron, Nico 0-1; Banks, Cornell 0-1. University of Idaho-JoJo Dickson 7-5; Aaron Lavarias 3-5; Shiloh Keo 4-3; Brandon Artz 3-4; Robert Siavii 3-4; Paul Senescall 3-3; Kenneth Patten 3-1; Eric Hunter 2-2; Oga Faumui 1-1; Tre`Shawn Robinson 1-1; Andre Ferguson 1-0; Fonomanu Sekona 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Tyler Brooks 1-0; Gary Walker 0-1; Michael Cosgrove 0-1; Conrad Scheidt 0-1; Jonah Sataraka 0-1; Korey Toomer 0-1.

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO Boise State 63, University of Idaho 25 Nov. 14, 2009

IDAHO BOISE STATE

Bronco Stadium

7 10 21 21

0 14

33,986

8 – 25 7 – 63

BSU-Pettis,Austin 4 yd pass from Moore,Kellen (Efaw,Kyle pass from Pettis,Austin) BSU-Young,Titus 25 yd pass from Moore,Kellen (Pettis,Austin pass failed) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 29 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) BSU-Pettis,Austin 8 yd pass from Moore,Kellen (Brotzman,Kyle kick) UI-Trey Farquhar 30 yd field goal BSU-Avery,Jeremy 1 yd run (Brotzman,Kyle kick) BSU-Pettis,Austin 20 yd pass from Moore,Kellen (Brotzman,Kyle kick) UI-DeMaundray Woolridge 1 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) BSU-Young,Titus 100 yd kickoff return (Brotzman,Kyle kick) BSU-Wilson,Kyle 71 yd interception return (Brotzman,Kyle kick) BSU-Efaw,Kyle 11 yd pass from Kaiserman,Matt (Brotzman,Kyle kick) BSU-Pettis,Austin 14 yd pass from Moore,Kellen (Brotzman,Kyle kick) UI-Princeton McCarty 52 yd pass from Brian Reader (Deonte Jackson rush) IDAHO BSU FIRST DOWNS 26 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-209 26-148 PASSING YDS (NET) 305 310 Passes Att-Comp-Int 27-17-5 33-23-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 73-514 59-458 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-20 1-13 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-95 3-130 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 5-73 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-37.0 5-41.2 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-37 5-28 Possession Time 36:54 23:06 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 2 of 7 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 6-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-4 RUSHING: University of Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 24-143; Princeton McCarty 7-31; Deonte Jackson 7-17; Justin Veltung 1-13; Brian Reader 5-4; Max Komar 2-1. Boise State-Avery,Jeremy 14-110; Martin,Doug 4-26; Hodge,Jarvis 3-8; Moore,Kellen 1-2; Kaiserman,Matt 2-2; Young,Titus 1-1; Team 1-minus 1. PASSING: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 17-27-5-305. Boise StateMoore,Kellen 22-32-0-299; Kaiserman,Matt 1-1-0-11. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Daniel Hardy 4-119; Princeton McCarty 372; Max Komar 3-52; Preston Davis 3-28; Maurice Shaw 2-21; Deonte Jackson 1-7; Kama Bailey 1-6. Boise State-Pettis,Austin 8-123; Young,Titus 6-101; Shoemaker,Tyle 4-48; Efaw,Kyle 2-27; Moore,Kirby 2-9; Martin,Doug 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. Boise State-Wilson,Kyle 1-71; Moss, Hazen 1-2; Thompson,Brand 1-0; Tevis,Aaron 1-0; Acrey,Derrell 1-0. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Brian Reader 1-1; DeMaundray Woolridge 1-1. Boise State-None. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. Boise State-McClellin,Shea 0-1; Winterswyk,Rya 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Gary Walker 6-2; Paul Senescall 4-4; Shiloh Keo 4-4; Isaac Butts 3-3; JoJo Dickson 2-2; Robert Siavii 0-3; Brandon Artz 2-0; Kenneth Patten 2-0; Korey Toomer 1-1; Fonomanu Sekona 1-1; Aaron Lavarias 1-1; Benson Mayowa 1-0; Aaron Grymes 1-0; Michael Cosgrove 1-0; Oga Faumui 0-1; Tre`Shawn Robinson 0-1; Andre Ferguson 0-1. Boise State-Johnson,Jeron 6-4; Venable,Winsto 4-3; Percy,JC 3-4; Winterswyk,Rya 2-5; McClellin,Shea 0-6; Thompson,Brand 2-3; Mackey,Daron 2-3; Febis,Cedric 3-1; Wilson,Kyle 2-2; Acrey,Derrell 1-3; Borgman,Josh 30; Hout,Byron 2-1; Stanaway,Travi 1-2; Smith,Tommy 1-2; Tevis,Aaron 1-2; Gholson, Zach 1-2; Iloka,George 0-3; Baker,Chase 1-1; Martin,Doug 0-2; Winn,Billy 0-2; Root,Jarrell 1-0; Efaw,Kyle 1-0; Moss, Hazen 1-0; White,Hunter 1-0; Koontz,Darrin 0-1; Day,Garcia 0-1; Grimes,Greg 0-1.

FOOTBALL 2010

Utah State 52, University of Idaho 49 Nov. 28, 2009

Kibbie Dome

8,532

UTAH STATE 21 10 0 21 – 52 IDAHO 7 14 14 14 – 49 USU–Robert Turbin 3 yd run (Chris Ulinski kick) UI–Preston Davis 11 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) USU–Xavier Bowman 85 yd pass from Diondre Borel (Chris Ulinski kick) USU–Robert Turbin 48 yd pass from Diondre Borel (Chris Ulinski kick) USU–Robert Turbin 22 yd pass from Diondre Borel (Chris Ulinski kick) USU–Chris Ulinski 48 yd field goal UI–Max Komar 30 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI–Max Komar 15 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) UI–Princeton McCarty 17 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) UI–Maurice Shaw 7 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) USU–Robert Turbin 1 yd run (Chris Ulinski kick) UI–Maurice Shaw 29 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) USU–S. Morrison 75 yd pass from Diondre Borel (Chris Ulinski kick) USU–Robert Turbin 1 yd run (Chris Ulinski kick) UI–Daniel Hardy 10 yd pass from Brian Reader (Trey Farquhar kick) USU IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 23 32 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 39-163 36-135 PASSING YDS (NET) 376 395 Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-19-0 40-23-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 70-539 76-530 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-24 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-199 4-74 Interception Returns-Yards 1-22 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-42.7 5-39.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-1 Penalties-Yards 13-187 7-80 Possession Time 25:42 34:18 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 12 4 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-17 2-10 RUSHING: Utah State-Robert Turbin 24-113; S. Morrison 2-26; Derrvin Speight 3-19; Michael Smith 2-5; Diondre Borel 6-2; Team 2-minus 2. University of Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 11-59; Princeton McCarty 8-46; Preston Davis 2-25; Deonte Jackson 8-8; Brian Reader 3-6; Kama Bailey 1-3; Nathan Enderle 3-minus 12. PASSING: Utah State-Diondre Borel 18-29-0-369; Team 0-1-0-0; S. Morrison 1-1-0-7. University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 16-25-0-262; Brian Reader 6-141-113; Preston Davis 1-1-0-20. RECEIVING: Utah State-Michael Smith 4-19; S. Morrison 3-90; Mikhail Morgan 3-33; Xavier Bowman 2-98; Robert Turbin 2-70; Eric Moats 2-38; Omar Sawyer 2-21; Jeremy Mitchell 1-7. University of Idaho-Maurice Shaw 7-131; Daniel Hardy 6-88; Max Komar 5-110; Deonte Jackson 2-29; Preston Davis 1-17; DeMaundray Woolridge 1-13; Kevin Small 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Utah State-Bobby Wagner 1-22. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: Utah State-Eric Moats 1-1. University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 1-0; DeMaundray Woolridge 1-0; Deonte Jackson 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Utah State-Nathan Royster 2-0; Chris Randle 1-0. University of Idaho-Aaron Lavarias 1-0; Jonah Sataraka 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Utah State-Chris Randle 8-3; James Brindley 6-3; Bobby Wagner 7-1; Kyle Gallagher 2-4; Chris Williams 3-1; Devin Johnson 2-1; Kejon Murphy 2-1; Quinn Garner 2-0; Nathan Royster 2-0; Joey Schrader 1-1; Jerome Barbour 1-1; Xavier Bowman 1-0; Rajric Coleman 1-0; K. Williams 10; Quinton Byrd 1-0; Curtis Marsh 1-0; Adrian Bybee 1-0; Reuben Willis 0-1; Levi Koskan 0-1. University of Idaho-Tre`Shawn Robinson 4-3; Aaron Lavarias 6-0; Shiloh Keo 6-0; Jeromy Jones 4-2; Robert Siavii 5-0; Isaac Butts 4-0; Andre Ferguson 4-0; JoJo Dickson 2-1; Gary Walker 2-0; Jonah Sataraka 1-1; Paul Senescall 1-1; Kenneth Patten 1-0; Oga Faumui 1-0; Devon Sturdivant 1-0; Kama Bailey 1-0; John McKinley 1-0; Bobby Cowan 1-0; Korey Toomer 1-0; Charles Smith 0-1; Fonomanu Sekona 0-1.

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 43

Dec. 30, 2009

Bronco Stadium

BOISE, Idaho - Senior receiver Max Komar made just one catch in the final game of his four-year Idaho career, but he saved the best for last, as his lone reception set the stage for one of the most dramatic finishes in Idaho football history and secured for the Vandals the Humanitarian Bowl Championship in just the third season under coach Robb Akey. Komar’s touchdown brought Idaho within one at 42-41 with four seconds remaining and Akey and Co. elected to go for the two-point conversion. After the teams exchanged timeouts, Vandal quarterback Nate Enderle found sophomore Preston Davis wide open in the back of the end zone for the deciding two points. “We had some success with our offense,” Akey said in explaining his decision to go for two with just

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four seconds on the clock and the bowl title on the line. “There was some pretty good momentum on our side. You have to go with the flow of the way things are going and I felt that was our opportunity. ... Our players had confidence in the play and when they have confidence in it, they’re going to make it.” The conversion capped off a three-play, 66-yard drive that included a 50-yard bomb from Enderle to Davis to get the Vandals to the BGSU 16-yard line. Komar caught his touchdown pass two plays later. It also capped a season few outside the Vandal football team expected. Picked last in most preseason polls, Idaho’s bowl title came with an 8-5 record in a most remarkable season. “It’s due to the hard work of these guys right here,” said Akey, who, by a vote of the team captains, carried the Vandals’ battle ax onto the field to start the game, as he gestured to the players next to him. “I couldn’t be more proud of the group of kids. To take us from where we were - three wins in two years to get us to this point right now. To be a bowl champion.

FOOTBALL 2010

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BOWLING GREEN STATE 42 “That says a lot for the determination, the hard work and the perseverance of these guys right here.” Idaho found itself in the seven-point hole after BGSU’s Freddie Barnes caught a 51-yard touchdown pass with 32 seconds remaining to put the Falcons ahead erased a 14point Idaho lead. Senior running back DeMaundray Woolridge lived up to his ‘Diesel’ nickname by bulldozing, smashing and dragging would-be tacklers for 126 yards and scoring two touchdowns. He was rewarded in his final game with the Humanitarian Bowl MVP honor for Idaho. Enderle overcame a slow start to throw for 240 yards and four touchdowns on 15-of-28 passing, while Davis caught four passes for 119 yards and one score. Junior Maurice Shaw also came up big with four catches for 61 yards. Peter Bjorvik and Eric Greenwood also grabbed TD passes from Enderle. Most of the pre-game notes and stories focused on the predicted offensive shootout. Once under way, ther facets of the teams came up just as huge as the offense. Junior JoJo Dickson blocked a 25-yard BGSU field goal in the first quarter and senior Jeromy Jones came up with a pair of big plays – a sack and an interception, in his final game. Junior defensive end Aaron Lavarias also put constant pressure on BGSU quarterback Tyler Sheehan for most of the game before leaving in the fourth quarter with an injury. Idaho is 2-0 all-time in bowl games and is a two-time winner of the Humanitarian Bowl title.

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BOWLING GREEN 14 0 7 21 – 42 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 7 7 14 15 – 43 1ST 11:44 BGSU–Freddie Barnes 35 yd pass from Tyler Sheehan (Matt Norsic kick) 07:49 IDAHO–Peter Bjorvik 3 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) 00:19 BGSU–Willie Geter 59 yd run (Matt Norsic kick) 2ND 00:19 IDAHO–Eric Greenwood 7 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) 3RD 09:25 IDAHO–DeMaundray Woolridge 8 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) 05:30 IDAHO–DeMaundray Woolridge 13 yd run (Trey Farquhar kick) 03:40 BGSU–Ji. Scheidler 15 yd pass from Tyler Sheehan (Matt Norsic kick) 4TH 12:15 BGSU–Freddie Barnes 5 yd pass from Tyler Sheehan (Matt Norsic kick) 08:32 IDAHO–Preston Davis 30 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Trey Farquhar kick) 03:51 BGSU–Willie Geter 2 yd run (Matt Norsic kick) 00:32 BGSU–Freddie Barnes 51 yd pass from Tyler Sheehan (Matt Norsic kick) 00:04 IDAHO–Max Komar 16 yd pass from Nathan Enderle (Preston Davis pass from Nathan Enderle) BGSU IDAHO FIRST DOWNS 27 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 24-150 38-212 PASSING YDS (NET) 388 240 Passes Att-Comp-Int 48-34-1 28-15-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-538 66-452 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 3-2 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-137 7-176 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-2 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-34.0 7-40.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-35 9-79 Possession Time 29:24 30:32 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 14 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-2 1-1 RUSHING: Bowling Green-Willie Geter 14-96; Adrian Hodges 1-26; Tyler Sheehan 8-25; Freddie Barnes 1-3. University of Idaho-DeMaundray Woolridge 22-126; Princeton McCarty 9-75; Max Komar 1-6; Deonte Jackson 4-6; Nathan Enderle 2-minus 1. PASSING: Bowling Green-Tyler Sheehan 33-47-1-387; Freddie Barnes 1-1-0-1. University of Idaho-Nathan Enderle 15-28-0-240. RECEIVING: Bowling Green-Freddie Barnes 17-219; Chris Wright 7-72; Willie Geter 5-65; Ji. Scheidler 2-16; Ray Hutson 2-9; Adrian Hodges 1-7. University of Idaho-Preston Davis 4-119; Maurice Shaw 4-61; Eric Greenwood 3-19; Daniel Hardy 1-17; Max Komar 1-16; Princeton McCarty 1-5; Peter Bjorvik 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Bowling Green-None. University of Idaho-Jeromy Jones 1-2. FUMBLES: Bowling Green-Freddie Barnes 1-0. University of Idaho-None. SACKS (UA-A): Bowling Green-Andrew Johnson 0-1; Angelo Magnone 0-1. University of Idaho-Benson Mayowa 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Bowling Green-P.J. Mahone 9-3; Jahmal Brown 5-3; Angelo Magnone 4-3; Roger Williams 4-2; Ja. Schneider 4-1; Chris Jones 3-2; J. Sanderson 3-1; Cody Basler 2-2; Adrien Spencer 2-1; B. Jackson 1-2; Dwayne Woods 0-2; Tim Moore 0-2; Darius Smith 1-0; Andrew Johnson 0-1; Eugene Fells 0-1. University of Idaho-Kenneth Patten 8-0; Isaac Butts 6-1; JoJo Dickson 4-2; Gary Walker 4-1; Jeromy Jones 3-1; Michael Cosgrove 3-1; Shiloh Keo 2-2; Aaron Lavarias 2-2; Paul Senescall 2-1; Aaron Grymes 2-0; Tre`Shawn Robinson 2-0; Benson Mayowa 2-0; Korey Toomer 1-0; Eric Hunter 1-0; Andre Ferguson 1-0; Tyler Brooks 1-0; Oga Faumui 1-0; Jonah Sataraka 0-1; Brandon Artz 0-1; Robert Siavii 0-1. Kickoff time: 2:30 pm End of Game: 6:12 pm Total elapsed time: 3:48 Temperature: 34 F Wind: Calm Weather: Partly Sunny Idaho MVP - De’Maundray Wooridge Bowling Green MVP - Freddie Barnes

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RUSHING D. Woolridge Princeton McCarty Deonte Jackson Shiloh Keo Justin Veltung Kama Bailey Max Komar Preston Davis Brian Reader TEAM Nathan Enderle TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP ATT GAIN LOSS 13 171 985 6 13 115 696 16 13 87 412 25 13 1 32 0 12 2 30 0 13 5 33 3 13 8 34 6 13 2 25 0 6 14 32 15 9 10 0 17 11 41 84 139 13 456 2363 227 13 426 2229 209

NET AVG TD LONG AVG/G 979 5.7 18 68 75.3 680 5.9 3 67 52.3 387 4.4 2 59 29.8 32 32.0 0 32 2.5 30 15.0 0 17 2.5 30 6.0 0 15 2.3 28 3.5 0 16 2.2 25 12.5 1 14 1.9 17 1.2 1 9 2.8 -17 -1.7 0 0 -1.9 -55 -1.3 0 15 -5.0 2136 4.7 25 68 164.3 2020 4.7 27 89 155.4

PASSING

OPP 468 36.0 291 102 170 19 2020 2229 209 426 4.7 155.4 27 3612 441-292-7 8.2 12.4 277.8 34 5632 867 6.5 433.2 63-1544 17-207 15-295 24.5 12.2 19.7 21-8 96-872 67.1 44-1821 41.4 36.1 29:14 87/167 52% 13/18 72% 25-147 0 63 10-17 1-2 44-51 86% 40-51 78% 54-57 95% 157990 6/26332 1/26726 4th – Total 127 – 425 135 – 468

Nate Enderle • Fifth in NCAA pass efficiency • 15th in NCAA yards per game • 28th in NCAA total passing yards

TEAM STATISTICS IDAHO SCORING 425 Points Per Game 32.7 FIRST DOWNS 287 Rushing 100 Passing 158 Penalty 29 RUSHING YARDAGE 2136 Yards gained rushing 2363 Yards lost rushing 227 Rushing Attempts 456 Average Per Rush 4.7 Average Per Game 164.3 TDs Rushing 25 PASSING YARDAGE 3727 Att-Comp-Int 396-240-15 Average Per Pass 9.4 Average Per Catch 15.5 Average Per Game 286.7 TDs Passing 28 TOTAL OFFENSE 5863 Total Plays 852 Average Per Play 6.9 Average Per Game 451.0 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 62-1270 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 14-153 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 7-123 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 10.9 INT RETURN AVERAGE 17.6 FUMBLES-LOST 15-8 PENALTIES-YARDS 87-829 Average Per Game 63.8 PUNTS-YARDS 45-1876 Average Per Punt 41.7 Net punt average 34.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 30:46 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 76/159 3rd-Down Pct 48% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 10/14 4th-Down Pct 71% SACKS BY-YARDS 15-82 MISC YARDS 11 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 55 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 13-19 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-4 RED-ZONE SCORES 40-47 85% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 32-47 68% PAT-ATTEMPTS 50-51 98% ATTENDANCE 75273 Games/Avg Per Game 6/12546 Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd University of Idaho 76 121 101 Opponents 149 106 78

2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

De`Maundray Woolridge • Third on single-season rushing TD list • Ranked 59th nationally, ninth in WAC

2009 VANDAL TEAM STATISTICS

PASSING Nathan Enderle Brian Reader Preston Davis TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

G 11 6 13 9 13 13

EFFIC CMP-ATT-INT 157.28 192-312-9 150.72 47-81-6 134.00 1-2-0 0.00 0-1-0 155.42 240-396-15 157.28 292-441-7

PCT 61.5 58.0 50.0 0.0 60.6 66.2

YDS 2906 801 20 0 3727 3612

TD LNG AVG/G 22 73 264.2 6 69 133.5 0 20 1.5 0 0 0.0 28 73 286.7 34 85 277.8

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RECEIVING

FIELD GOALS/KICKING

Trey Farquhar • 54-yard field goal at Nevada tied for seventh longest in 2009 • 54yard kick is third longest in Idaho history.

Max Komar • 23rd in NCAA in total receiving yards • 28th in NCAA receiving yards per game • Tied for third on Idaho single-season TD receptions list

2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

G 13 12 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 7 12 13 13

NO. 63 39 33 32 32 11 10 6 5 4 3 1 1 240 292

YDS 1052 691 460 666 401 202 101 64 27 28 20 8 7 3727 3612

AVG 16.7 17.7 13.9 20.8 12.5 18.4 10.1 10.7 5.4 7.0 6.7 8.0 7.0 15.5 12.4

TD 11 3 1 6 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 28 34

LONG 42 59 50 73 45 58 21 17 9 12 13 8 7 73 85

AVG/G 80.9 57.6 35.4 55.5 30.8 15.5 7.8 4.9 2.1 2.2 1.5 1.1 0.6 286.7 277.8

Nate Enderle • 27th in NCAA total offense

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

KICKOFFS Trey Farquhar Total Opponents

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PLAYS 353 171 95 115 87 4 1 2 5 8 11 852 867

RUSH -55 979 17 680 387 25 32 30 30 28 -17 2136 2020

PASS 2906 0 801 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 3727 3612

TOTAL 2851 979 818 680 387 45 32 30 30 28 -17 5863 5632

AVG/G 259.2 75.3 136.3 52.3 29.8 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.3 2.2 -1.9 451.0 433.2

YDS 4955 4955 5229

AVG 66.1 66.1 63.0

TB OB 10 3 10 3 16 3

RETN 1544 1544 1270

NET YDLN 42.8 27 42.8 27 43.8 26

PUNTING

G 11 13 6 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 9 13 13

NO. 75 75 83

Bobby Cowan • Per kick average ranks fifth all-time for a single-season at Idaho

TOTAL OFFENSE Nathan Enderle D. Woolridge Brian Reader Princeton McCarty Deonte Jackson Preston Davis Shiloh Keo Justin Veltung Kama Bailey Max Komar TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

FG SEQUENCE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO OPPONENTS New Mexico State 36 Washington (44),(28),(34) San Diego (29),(40),20,42 (47),(46) Northern Illinois 53,(33),(40) (23),53,(50),(25) Colorado State (47) 50,(43) San Jose State (23),(52),(26) (20) Hawai`i (22) NEVADA (54) Louisiana Tech 47 56 Fresno State 54 (52) Boise State (30),52 Utah State (48),56,34 Bowling Green 24 FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Trey Farquhar 13-19 68.4 0-0 4-5 3-3 4-6 2-5 54 0

TOTAL OFFENSE

RECEIVING Max Komar Daniel Hardy Preston Davis Maurice Shaw Eric Greenwood P. McCarty Deonte Jackson Peter Bjorvik Kama Bailey Kevin Small D. Woolridge Marsel Posey Justin Veltung TOTAL OPPONENTS

PUNTING Bobby Cowan TEAM Total Opponents

NO. YDS AVG LONG TB FC 43 1850 43.0 67 7 6 2 26 13.0 26 0 0 45 1876 41.7 67 7 6 44 1821 41.4 68 4 11

I20 11 0 11 15

BLK 2 0 2 0

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KICKOFF RETURNS

Kama Bailey • 2009 returns tie for 11th for an Idaho single season • moved into career kickoff return lead with 63; second in career kickoff return yards.

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PUNT RETURNS |------ PATS ------| RUSH RCV PASS DXP SAF PTS 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 108 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 89 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 66 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 20 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 14 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 0 1-1 2 2-3 0 0 425 1-3 2 2-3 0 0 468

KICK RETURNS NO. YDS Kama Bailey 22 453 Justin Veltung 17 425 Matthew Harvey 14 276 Max Komar 5 103 Devon Sturdivant 1 2 DeMaundray Woolridge1 3 Adam Juratovac 1 8 TEAM 1 0 Total 62 1270 Opponents 63 1544

AVG 20.6 25.0 19.7 20.6 2.0 3.0 8.0 0.0 20.5 24.5

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

LONG 33 94 31 28 2 3 8 0 94 100

PUNT RETURNS NO. Shiloh Keo 13 Max Komar 1 Total 14 Opponents 17

YDS 133 20 153 207

AVG 10.2 20.0 10.9 12.2

TD 0 0 0 0

LONG 34 20 34 42

INTERCEPTIONS NO. Shiloh Keo 3 JoJo Dickson 2 Kenneth Patten 1 Jeromy Jones 1 Total 7 Opponents 15

YDS 8 113 0 2 123 295

AVG 2.7 56.5 0.0 2.0 17.6 19.7

TD 0 1 0 0 1 1

LONG 7 74 0 2 74 71

FUMBLE RETURNS NO. JoJo Dickson 1 Jeromy Jones 1 Shiloh Keo 1 Total 3 Opponents 0

YDS 2 8 0 10 0

AVG 2.0 8.0 0.0 3.3 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LONG 2 8 0 8 0

INTERCEPTIONS

TD FGS KICK D. Woolridge 18 0-0 0-0 Trey Farquhar 0 13-19 50-51 Max Komar 11 0-0 0-0 Maurice Shaw 6 0-0 0-0 Princeton McCarty 5 0-0 0-0 Deonte Jackson 3 0-0 0-0 Eric Greenwood 3 0-0 0-0 Daniel Hardy 3 0-0 0-0 Preston Davis 2 0-0 0-0 Brian Reader 1 0-0 0-0 Justin Veltung 1 0-0 0-0 JoJo Dickson 1 0-0 0-0 Peter Bjorvik 1 0-0 0-0 Andre Ferguson 0 0-0 0-0 Nathan Enderle 0 0-0 0-0 Total 55 13-19 50-51 Opponents 63 10-17 54-57

JoJo Dickson • 74-yard interception return vs. San Diego State is the sixth longest in school history to be returned for a touchdown.

SCORING

SCORING

2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Shiloh Keo • Moved into second all-time on career punt return yardage list • Moved into fourth on career average per return list

De`Maundray Woolridge • Tied for 23rd nationally in scoring • 18 rushing TDs is third best single season at Idaho • 108 points is third best single season at Idaho • Awarded ESPN helmet sticker after scoring four touchdowns against Hawai`i.

2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS • 2009 Humanitarian Bowl Champions • DeMaundray Woolridge earned Idaho’s Humanitarian Bowl MVP Awards (126 yards on 22 carries, 2 TDs) • Best record since 2009 • Best Western Athletic Conference finish • Seven WAC Players of the Week • Mike Iupati a consensus All-American and Outland Trophy finalist • Sporting News WAC Coach of the Year • Seven WAC all-conference selections

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING

Max Komar • Idaho all-purpose leader after strong senior receiving season.

ALL-PURPOSE Max Komar DeMaundray Woolridge Princeton McCarty Daniel Hardy Maurice Shaw Kama Bailey Deonte Jackson Preston Davis Justin Veltung Eric Greenwood Matthew Harvey Shiloh Keo JoJo Dickson Peter Bjorvik Kevin Small Brian Reader Marsel Posey Adam Juratovac Jeromy Jones Devon Sturdivant TEAM Nathan Enderle Total Opponents

2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

G RUSH 13 28 13 979 13 680 12 0 12 0 13 30 13 387 13 25 12 30 13 0 11 0 13 32 13 0 13 0 13 0 6 17 7 0 13 0 12 0 13 0 9 -17 11 -55 13 2136 13 2020

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REC PR KOR IR 1052 20 103 0 20 0 3 0 202 0 0 0 691 0 0 0 666 0 0 0 27 0 453 0 101 0 0 0 460 0 0 0 7 0 425 0 401 0 0 0 0 0 276 0 0 133 0 8 0 0 0 113 64 0 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3727 153 1270 123 3612 207 1544 295

TOT AVG/G 1203 92.5 1002 77.1 882 67.8 691 57.6 666 55.5 510 39.2 488 37.5 485 37.3 462 38.5 401 30.8 276 25.1 173 13.3 113 8.7 64 4.9 28 2.2 17 2.8 8 1.1 8 0.6 2 0.2 2 0.2 -17 -1.9 -55 -5.0 7409 569.9 7678 590.6

ALONG THE WAY … • Kama Bailey needs just 44 more kickoff return yards to become Idaho’s all-time leader • Kama Bailey is all-time kickoff leader with 63 • Bobby Cowan’s average of 43 yards per punt is fifth best single-season • Nate Enderle single-season completion percentage (62.0) is ninth-best all-time. • Nate Enderle was sixth on single-season pass efficiency list (157.28) • Nate Enderle fourth on all-time passes attempted list (949) • Nate Enderle seventh on all-time passes completed list (508) • Nate Enderle sixth on all-time pass yardage list (6,770) • Nate Enderle fourth on all-time average per game list (211.6) • Nate Enderle fifth on all-time touchdown passes list (52) • Nate Enderle ninth on all-time percentage completed list (.535) • Nate Enderle 10th on all-time pass efficiency list (122.37) • Trey Farquhar fourth on single-season PAT attempts list (51) • Trey Farquhar fourth on single-season PAT converted list (50) • Deonte Jackson is sixth on all-time all-purpose plays list (531) • Deonte Jackson is 11th on all-time all-purpose yard list (2,623) • Shiloh Keo is 11th on all-time tackles list (297) • Max Komar tied for third on single-season TD receptions (11) • Max Komar eighth on all-time receptions list (136) • Max Komar is seventh on all-time receiving yards list (2,108) • DeMaundray Woolridge’s 18 rushing TDs are third best all-time for a single season • DeMaundray Woolridge’s 108 points are third best alltime for a single season

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 2009 VANDAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

DEFENSE GP 1A Shiloh Keo 13-10 34 JoJo Dickson 13-13 0A Robert Siavii 13-12 0G Jeromy Jones 12-9 95 Aaron Lavarias 13-13 42 Paul Senescall 12-11 0B Kenneth Patten 13-9 51 Tre`Shawn Robinson 13-1 16 Aaron Grymes 13-6 27 Isaac Butts 11-7 55 Andre Ferguson 13-13 93 Michael Cosgrove 13-12 99 Jonah Sataraka 13-12 0D Gary Walker 12-1 26 Brandon Artz 12-2 4 Eric Hunter 9-0 44 Oga Faumui 13-1 43 Fonomanu Sekona 12-1 18 Korey Toomer 12-0 58 Benson Mayowa 12-0 33 Conrad Scheidt 13-0 28 Devon Sturdivant 13-0 8 Kama Bailey 13-2 96 Charles Smith 9-0 49 John McKinley 13-0 0E Jared Heston 10-0 13 Bobby Cowan 13-0 50 Tyler Brooks 11-0 3 Deonte Jackson 13-4 69 Irvin Stevens 13-12 62 Adam Juratovac 13-13 7 Preston Davis 13-10 21 Trey Farquhar 13-0 TM TEAM 9-0 2 Maurice Shaw 12-7 5 Corey White 9-0 Total.......... 13-0 Opponents...... 13-0

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|-------TACKLES-------| Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 72 41 113 4.0-6 43 36 79 4.5-17 32 26 58 3.5-10 40 18 58 2.0-4 33 21 54 8.0-29 28 23 51 4.5-8 40 11 51 2.0-3 26 23 49 6.5-28 32 11 43 1.0-1 27 14 41 2.0-4 20 14 34 3.5-12 13 20 33 3.0-10 14 17 31 5.5-28 20 9 29 . 11 8 19 . 8 5 13 . 8 5 13 0.5-1 3 6 9 1.5-12 5 3 8 . 6 . 6 2.0-2 1 4 5 . 3 2 5 . 1 4 5 . 1 4 5 . 4 1 5 . 3 1 4 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . . 1 1 . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . . 1 1 . 504 330 834 54-175 448 408 856 49.0-193

|-SACKS-| No-Yards . 1.0-3 . . 4.0-22 . . 1.0-9 . . 0.5-3 2.0-9 4.0-23 . . . . 1.5-12 . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-82 25-147

|---PASS DEF---| Int-Yds BrUp QBH 3-8 5 . 2-113 2 1 . 3 3 1-2 2 . . 2 5 . . . 1-0 3 . . . 1 . 2 . . 5 . . . 4 . . 1 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . 1 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-123 27 20 15-295 33 13

|-FUMBLES-| BLKD Rcv-Yds FF Kick 1-0 1 . 1-2 . 1 . 2 . 2-8 3 1 1-0 1 . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1-0 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10 13 2 7-0 10 3

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO 2009 VANDAL SUPERLATIVES

Maurice Shaw (top) had the best single-game outing by a receiver with 18 yards at Nevada – an effort that included two 73-yard grabs. Justin Veltung returned a kickoff 94 yards to score against Louisiana Tech.

Rushes Yards Rushing

INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES

TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions

24 143 4 68 45 25

Yards Passing TD Passes

342 4

Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals

73 12 183 3 73 3

Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

54 7 49.2 67 34 94 15 2.0 3.0 1

De`Maundray Woolridge at Boise State (Nov. 14, 2009) De`Maundray Woolridge at Northern Illinois (Sept. 26, 2009) De`Maundray Woolridge at Boise State (Nov. 14, 2009) De`Maundray Woolridge vs Hawai`i (Oct. 17, 2009) De`Maundray Woolridge vs Fresno State (Nov. 7, 2009) Nathan Enderle vs Louisiana Tech (Oct. 31, 2009) Nathan Enderle vs Colorado State (Oct. 3, 2009) Nathan Enderle vs Louisiana Tech (Oct. 31, 2009) Nathan Enderle at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Nathan Enderle at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Nathan Enderle vs Bowling Green (Dec. 30, 2009) Nathan Enderle at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Max Komar vs Colorado State (Oct. 3, 2009) Maurice Shaw at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Max Komar at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Maurice Shaw at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Trey Farquhar at Washington (Sept. 12, 2009) Trey Farquhar at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009) Trey Farquhar at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Bobby Cowan vs Bowling Green (Dec. 30, 2009) Bobby Cowan at New Mexico State (Sept. 5 2009) Bobby Cowan at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) Shiloh Keo at Northern Illinois (Sept. 26, 2009) Justin Veltung vs Louisiana Tech (Oct. 31, 2009) Shiloh Keo vs Colorado State (Oct. 3, 2009) Aaron Lavarias vs Hawai`i (Oct. 17, 2009) Aaron Lavarias vs Louisiana Tech (Oct. 31, 2009) Shiloh Keo at New Mexico State (Sept. 5 2009) JoJo Dickson vs San Diego (Sept. 19, 2009) Shiloh Keo vs Colorado State (Oct. 3, 2009) Kenneth Patten at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009) JoJo Dickson at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009) Shiloh Keo vs Hawai`i (Oct. 17, 2009) Jeromy Jones vs Bowling Green (Dec. 30, 2009)

TEAM SUPERLATIVES Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes

FOOTBALL 2010

46 274 7.7 4 46 26 404 13.3 5

at Boise State (Nov. 14, 2009) at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009) vs Fresno State (Nov. 7, 2009) vs Hawai`i (Oct. 17, 2009) vs Louisiana Tech (Oct. 31, 2009) at Washington (Sept. 12, 2009) at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) vs Hawai`i (Oct. 17, 2009) at Nevada (Oct. 24, 2009) vs Utah State (Nov. 28, 2009)

Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

76 530 8.5 49 4 32 11 113 7 2

vs Utah State (Nov. 28, 2009) vs Utah State (Nov. 28, 2009) vs Fresno State (Nov. 7, 2009) vs Utah State (Nov. 28, 2009) vs Hawai`i (Oct. 17, 2009) vs Utah State (Nov. 28, 2009) at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009) at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009) at Boise State (Nov. 14, 2009) at San Jose State (Oct. 10, 2009)

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RUSHING

RECEIVE YDS/GAME TEAM

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

Mathews,Ryan FS Taua,Vai NEV Turbin,Robert USU Porter,Daniel TECH Kaepernick,Colin NEV Lippincott,Luke NEV Avery,Jeremy BSU Smith,Seth NMSU Woolridge,DeMaundrayUI Martin,Doug BSU

CL

G

ATT

YDS

AVG

TD LONG YDS/G

JR JR SO SR JR SR JR SO SR SO

12 11 12 12 13 12 14 13 13 14

276 172 207 211 161 134 209 246 171 129

1808 1345 1296 1132 1183 1034 1150 1016 979 765

6.6 7.8 6.3 5.4 7.3 7.7 5.5 4.1 5.7 5.9

19 10 13 11 16 9 6 1 18 15

77 150.7 89 122.3 96 108.0 64 94.3 75 91.0 85 86.2 74 82.1 70 78.2 68 75.3 56 54.6

ATT CMP INT

PCT.

YDS

TD AVG/G

312 431 366 319 298 290 304 282 172 94

61.5 64.3 58.5 57.1 60.7 59.3 59.9 58.9 50.6 48.9

2906 3536 2885 2396 2459 2095 1926 2052 789 352

PASSING AVG/GAME TEAM CL

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

Enderle,Nathan UI Moore,Kellen BSU Borel,Diondre USU Moniz,Bryant UH Colburn,Ryan FS Jenkins,Ross TECH La Secla,Jordan SJSU Kaepernick,Colin NEV Fleming,Jeff NMSU Walls,Trevor NMSU

G

JR 11 SO 14 JR 12 SO 10 JR 13 JR 12 JR 12 JR 13 SO 13 FR 10

192 9 277 3 214 4 182 10 181 11 172 5 182 11 166 6 87 12 46 5

22 39 17 14 19 17 10 20 4 2

264.2 252.6 240.4 239.6 189.2 174.6 160.5 157.8 60.7 35.2

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

TEAM

CL

G

RUSH

Borel,Diondre USU Enderle,Nathan UI Moore,Kellen BSU Moniz,Bryant UH Kaepernick,Colin NEV Colburn,Ryan FS Jenkins,Ross TECH La Secla,Jordan SJSU Mathews,Ryan FS Taua,Vai NEV

JR JR SO SO JR JR JR JR JR JR

12 11 14 10 13 13 12 12 12 11

458 -55 -5 117 1183 171 73 -110 1808 1345

PASS PLAYS

2885 2906 3536 2396 2052 2459 2095 1926 0 0

539 353 455 377 443 364 369 360 277 172

TOTAL YDS/G

3343 2851 3531 2513 3235 2630 2168 1816 1808 1345

278.6 259.2 252.2 251.3 248.8 202.3 180.7 151.3 150.7 122.3

RECEPTIONS/GAME TEAM

CL

G REC

Salas,Greg UH Young,Titus BSU Pilares,Kealoha UH Jurovich,Kevin SJSU Komar,Max UI Pettis,Austin BSU 7. Medeiros,Jon UH 8. Avery,Marquis SJSU 9. Wimberly,Brandon NEV 10. Ajirotutu,Seyi FS

JR JR JR SR SR JR SR JR FR SR

13 106 14 79 13 66 12 60 13 63 13 63 10 47 9 42 13 53 13 49

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PUNT RETURN AVG 1. 2. 3. 4.

132

TEAM Anderson,M NMSU Wilson,Kyle BSU Wylie,Devon FS Henry,Ryan UH

CL JR SR JR JR

G 11 14 10 12

RET 18 24 12 18

YDS

TD LONG AVG/C REC/G

1590 8 1041 10 690 4 777 1 1052 11 855 14 589 3 465 6 733 6 677 7 YDS 205 250 107 93

66 54 32 38 42 65 57 80 49 46

15.0 13.2 10.5 12.9 16.7 13.6 12.5 11.1 13.8 13.8

TD LONG 0 56 0 59 0 34 0 16

8.15 5.64 5.08 5.00 4.85 4.85 4.70 4.67 4.08 3.77 AVG 11.4 10.4 8.9 5.2

TEAM

CL

1. Salas,Greg UH 2. Komar,Max UI 3. Young,Titus BSU 4. Pettis,Austin BSU 5. Jurovich,Kevin SJSU 6. Medeiros,Jon UH 7. Hardy,Daniel UI 8. Wimberly,Brandon NEV 9. Shaw,Maurice UI 10. Pilares,Kealoha UH

G REC

JR SR JR JR SR SR JR FR JR JR

TD LONG AVG/C YDS/G

YDS

13 106 13 63 14 79 13 63 12 60 10 47 12 39 13 53 12 32 13 66

1590 8 1052 11 1041 10 855 14 777 1 589 3 691 3 733 6 666 6 690 4

66 42 54 65 38 57 59 49 73 32

15.0 16.7 13.2 13.6 12.9 12.5 17.7 13.8 20.8 10.5

122.3 80.9 74.4 65.8 64.8 58.9 57.6 56.4 55.5 53.1

INTERCEPTIONS TEAM

CL

G

INT

YDS

1. Silva,Mana UH 2. Thompson,Brandyn BSU 3. Young,Deon TECH Victorian,Josh TECH 5. Brindley,James USU 6. Johnson,Jeron BSU 7. House,Davon NMSU Keo,Shiloh UI Davis,Lametrius UH 10. Baker,Antonio TECH

JR JR SR JR SR JR JR JR JR SR

13 14 12 9 10 14 13 13 13 9

6 5 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 2

28 65 92 75 24 30 58 8 0 0

TD LONG

0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

INT/G

13 51 55 75 20 25 58 7 0 0

0.46 0.36 0.33 0.33 0.30 0.29 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.22

YDS TD

EFF.

PASS EFFICIENCY TEAM CL

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

Moore,Kellen BSU Enderle,Nathan UI Colburn,Ryan FS Kaepernick,Colin NEV Borel,Diondre USU Jenkins,Ross TECH Moniz,Bryant UH La Secla,Jordan SJSU

SO JR JR JR JR JR SO JR

G

ATT CMP INT PCT.

14 11 13 13 12 12 10 12

431 312 298 282 366 290 319 304

277 3 192 9 181 11 166 6 214 4 172 5 182 10 182 11

64.3 3536 39 161.7 61.5 2906 22 157.3 60.7 2459 19 143.7 58.9 2052 20 139.1 58.5 2885 17 137.8 59.3 2095 17 135.9 57.1 2396 14 128.4 59.9 1926 10 116.7

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

Livas,Phillip Young,Titus Williams,Kerwynn Veltung,Justin Taylor,Jovonte Ball,Mike Jefferson,A.J. Glynn,Tonny Fitte,Lyle Allen,Marcus

TEAM

CL

G

RET

YDS

TECH BSU USU UI UH NEV FS NMSU TECH NMSU

JR JR FR FR JR FR SR JR FR SO

12 14 11 10 13 12 12 13 12 11

23 31 45 17 37 31 26 35 21 17

622 833 1131 425 918 768 602 778 466 373

TD LONG

1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

100 100 75 94 55 52 48 44 71 31

AVG

27.0 26.9 25.1 25.0 24.8 24.8 23.2 22.2 22.2 21.9

PUNTING TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Caldwell,Peter Zavala,Philip Hughes,Kyle Langley,Brad Glasgow,Cade

USU SJSU NMSU NEV TECH

CL

G PUNT

JR 12 SR 12 SO 13 JR 11 FR 11

YDS LONG

69 2914 72 3036 81 3389 45 1851 54 2014

62 67 73 62 67

AVG

42.2 42.2 41.8 41.1 37.3

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

FIELD GOAL PCT TEAM

Mathews,Ryan FS Young,Titus BSU Turbin,Robert USU Taua,Vai NEV Salas,Greg UH Porter,Daniel TECH Taylor,Jovonte UH Williams,Kerwynn USU Lippincott,Luke NEV Avery,Jeremy BSU

CL

G

JR JR SO JR JR SR JR FR SR JR

RUSH

12 14 12 11 13 12 13 11 12 14

RCV

1808 138 1296 1345 0 1132 -3 10 1034 1150

122 1041 418 99 1590 142 445 0 109 257

PR

KR

YDS

0 0 1930 0 833 2012 0 0 1714 10 0 1454 57 0 1647 0 10 1284 0 918 1360 0 1131 1141 0 99 1242 0 0 1407

160.8 143.7 142.8 132.2 126.7 107.0 104.6 103.7 103.5 100.5

SCORING TEAM

1. Mathews,Ryan FS 2. Turbin,Robert USU 3. Brotzman,Kyle BSU 4. Woolridge,DeMaundrayUI 5. Kaepernick,Colin NEV 6. Goessling,Kevin FS 7. Farquhar,Trey UI 8. Taua,Vai NEV 9. Ulinski,Chris USU 10. Nelson,Matt TECH

CL

JR SO JR SR JR SO FR JR SR FR

G

12 12 14 13 13 13 13 11 12 12

TD

19 18 0 18 17 0 0 12 0 0

XPT

FG

0 0 63 0 0 55 50 0 40 42

0 0 18 0 0 15 13 0 13 12

2XP PTS PTS/G

0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0

114 110 117 108 104 100 89 74 79 78

9.5 9.2 8.4 8.3 8.0 7.7 6.8 6.7 6.6 6.5

SCORING (TDS) TEAM CL

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

Mathews,Ryan FS Turbin,Robert USU Woolridge,D UI Kaepernick,Colin NEV Taua,Vai NEV Pettis,Austin BSU Martin,Doug BSU Young,Titus BSU 9. Morris,Dennis TECH 10. Lippincott,Luke NEV

FIELD GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Brotzman,Kyle Goessling,Kevin Ulinski,Chris Nelson,Matt Farquhar,Trey 6. Enos,Scott 7. Hughes,Kyle 8. Cope,Tyler 9. Drake,Ricky

SCORING (KICK) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Brotzman,Kyle Goessling,Kevin Farquhar,Trey Ulinski,Chris Nelson,Matt Drake,Ricky Enos,Scott Hughes,Kyle Cope,Tyler

JR SO SR JR JR JR SO JR SR SR

G

12 12 13 13 11 13 14 14 12 12

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

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TD RUSH PASS

19 18 18 17 12 14 15 15 12 11 CL JR SO SR FR FR JR SO SO JR

19 13 18 16 10 0 15 3 0 9

G 14 13 12 12 13 13 13 12 13 CL JR SO FR SR FR JR JR SO SO

FG 18 15 13 12 13 12 9 7 6 G 14 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 12

RET

0 5 0 1 2 14 0 10 12 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

FGA 25 16 21 16 19 19 15 11 9

PATS 63-64 55-55 50-51 40-41 42-43 60-64 34-34 14-14 16-18

FGS 18-25 15-16 13-19 13-21 12-16 6-9 12-19 9-15 7-11

PAT PTS PTS/G

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

114 110 108 104 74 84 90 90 72 66

PCT. 72.0 93.8 61.9 75.0 68.4 63.2 60.0 63.6 66.7

TEAM FS TECH BSU UI UH USU NMSU

AVG/G

9.5 9.2 8.3 8.0 6.7 6.5 6.4 6.4 6.0 5.5

FG/G 1.29 1.15 1.08 1.00 1.00 0.92 0.69 0.58 0.46

PTS PTS/G 117 8.4 100 7.7 89 6.8 79 6.6 78 6.5 78 6.0 70 5.4 41 3.2 37 3.1

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

Goessling,Kevin Nelson,Matt Brotzman,Kyle Farquhar,Trey Enos,Scott Ulinski,Chris Hughes,Kyle

PAT KICKING PCT 1. Goessling,Kevin Enos,Scott Hughes,Kyle 4. Brotzman,Kyle 5. Farquhar,Trey 6. Nelson,Matt 7. Ulinski,Chris 8. Drake,Ricky 9. Cope,Tyler

CL SO FR JR FR JR SR SO

G 13 12 14 13 13 12 13

TEAM FS UH NMSU BSU UI TECH USU NEV SJSU

CL SO JR SO JR FR FR SR JR SO

FG 15 12 18 13 12 13 9

FGA LONG 16 52 16 46 25 52 19 54 19 47 21 48 15 42

G MADE 13 55 13 34 13 14 14 63 13 50 12 42 12 40 13 60 12 16

PCT. 93.8 75.0 72.0 68.4 63.2 61.9 60.0

ATT PCT. 55 100.0 34 100.0 14 100.0 64 98.4 51 98.0 43 97.7 41 97.6 64 93.8 18 88.9

TACKLES (ALL POSITIONS) TEAM

CL

G

Wagner,Bobby USU Keo,Shiloh UI Cole,Adrien TECH Soares,Blaze UH Jacobs,Ben FS Scott,Jason NMSU Burns,Tanner SJSU 8. Conner,Ross NMSU 9. Brindley,James USU 10. Hatchett,Stephon NMSU 11. Ihenacho,Duke SJSU 12. Festejo,Pompey SJSU 13. Amaya,Jonathon NEV 14. Jones,Travis SJSU 15. Kiesel-Kauhane ,R.J. UH 16. Johnson,Jeron BSU 17. Calais,Tank TECH 18. Dudley,Jay TECH 19. Coleman,Rajric USU 20. Dickson,JoJo UI

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

12 13 11 13 13 13 12 13 10 13 12 12 13 12 13 14 12 12 12 13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

POS SOLO

LB DB LB LB LB DB LB DB DB DB LB DB LB LB DB DB LB CB LB

53 72 36 58 60 44 55 29 46 53 47 37 54 47 61 54 38 39 44 43

AST TOTAL AVG/G SACK

62 41 57 49 46 60 41 73 32 45 42 46 35 32 24 37 39 36 30 36

115 113 93 107 106 104 96 102 78 98 89 83 89 79 85 91 77 75 74 79

9.6 8.7 8.5 8.2 8.2 8.0 8.0 7.8 7.8 7.5 7.4 6.9 6.8 6.6 6.5 6.5 6.4 6.2 6.2 6.1

0.0 0.0 2.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 0.0 1.0 2.5 0.0 1.0

SACKS TEAM

CL

G

Basped,Kevin NEV Winterswyk,Ryan BSU Moch,Dontay NEV Fils,Pierre NMSU Winn,Billy BSU Carter,Chris FS Savage,Donte NMSU 8. Broha,Matt TECH Garcia,Pablo SJSU 10. Paredes,Corey UH

JR JR JR SO SO JR SO SO SO SO

12 14 13 13 14 13 13 12 12 13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

POS SOLO AST YDS TOTAL AVG/G

DE DE DE DL DT DL DE DT LB

8 6 6 5 4 5 4 4 4 4

3 6 1 2 4 0 2 0 0 0

60 48 49 28 34 36 23 38 32 29

9.5 9.0 6.5 6.0 6.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

0.79 0.64 0.50 0.46 0.43 0.38 0.38 0.33 0.33 0.31

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TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

TEAM

Moch,Dontay NEV Winterswyk,Ryan BSU Basped,Kevin NEV Carter,Chris FS Winn,Billy BSU Savage,Donte NMSU Johnson,J NEV 8. Cole,Justin SJSU 9. Marshall,BrandonNEV 10. Kiesel-Kauhane ,R.J.UH

CL

JR JR JR JR SO SO SO SR SO SR

G

13 14 12 13 14 13 13 12 13 13

FUMBLES FORCED

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. Jacobs,Ben 2. Liranzo,Adam 3. Jones,Travis Jones,Jeromy Johnson,Travis 6. Savage,Donte Hout,Byron Marshall,Brandon 9. Winterswyk,Ryan 10. Cressel,Kalvin TEAM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

House,Davon Thompson,Peyton Brindley,James Davis,Lametrius Victorian,Josh Silva,Mana Amaya,Jonathon 8. Johnson,Jeron 9. Hatchett,Stephon 10. Randle,Chris

134

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

DT DL LB LB LB LB

17 13 9 11 8 9 9 9 8 8

NMSU SJSU USU UH TECH UH NEV BSU NMSU USU

G 14 13 13 13 12 12 13 12 13

TD 76 69 56 55 45 44 37 21 18

6 8 7 4 9 5 5 0 3 2

CL

93 68 65 51 49 64 32 45 31 26

G

SJSU SJSU TECH UI NMSU UH FS NMSU TECH USU

JR SO SR SR SO SO JR SO SO SO

12 12 9 12 13 13 13 13 11 12

TEAM

CL

G

FS NEV SJSU UI SJSU NMSU BSU NEV BSU SJSU

PASSES DEFENDED

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

DE DE DE

TEAM

1. Newsome,Devin Burns,Tanner Baker,Antonio 4. Jones,Jeromy 5. Hatchett,Stephon Paredes,Corey Jacobs,Ben Fils,Pierre 9. Cole,Adrien 10. Gallagher,Kyle

SCORING OFFENSE

POS SOLO AST TOTAL AVG/G SACK

CL

JR SO SR JR JR JR SR JR SO JR

XP 2XP 66 5 61 2 55 1 50 3 42 1 40 2 34 0 16 1 14 0

JR JR SR SR FR SO SO SO JR SR

13 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 9

G BRUP

13 12 10 13 9 13 13 14 13 12

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13 9 6 8 4 4 9 6 8 7

20.0 17.0 12.5 13.0 12.5 11.5 11.5 9.0 9.5 9.0

NUM

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2

NUM

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

1.54 1.21 1.04 1.00 0.89 0.88 0.88 0.75 0.73 0.69

AVG/G

FG SAF 19 1 6 0 15 1 13 0 12 0 13 1 12 2 7 0 9 0

16 11 9 11 7 10 10 10 9 8

PTS 591 497 440 425 350 349 296 165 149

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

0.33 0.33 0.33 0.25 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.18 0.17

AVG/G

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

0.23 0.18 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.14 0.11

1.23 0.92 0.90 0.85 0.78 0.77 0.77 0.71 0.69 0.67

AVG 42.2 38.2 33.8 32.7 29.2 29.1 22.8 13.8 11.5

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

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

INT TOTAL AVG/G

3 2 3 3 3 6 1 4 1 1

RUSHING OFFENSE

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

G 14 12 13 13 13 13 12 12 13

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

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

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

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

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

G 13 13 12 14 12 13 13 13 12 TD 31 36 47 49 50 53 54 54 63 G 13 14 13 12 13 12 13 13 12

ATT 607 555 496 508 499 456 503 292 351

YDS 4484 2976 2311 2605 2210 2136 1840 1306 920

XP 2XP 27 2 32 2 44 2 45 1 45 1 52 1 51 1 51 0 54 3

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ATT 400 440 427 460 537 466 463 511 507

YDS 1450 1685 2017 1954 2624 2466 2783 2869 3110

G 13 13 14 12 12 13 12 13 13

ATT CMP INT PCT. 569 339 17 59.6 396 240 15 60.6 458 294 3 64.2 376 218 4 58.0 403 240 15 59.6 321 194 11 60.4 320 188 5 58.7 293 170 6 58.0 269 133 18 49.4

G 13 13 14 12 13 13 12 12 13

RUSH 4484 2136 2605 2311 1306 2976 2210 920 1840

AVG 7.4 5.4 4.7 5.1 4.4 4.7 3.7 4.5 2.6 FG SAF 7 1 19 0 13 0 10 0 12 0 13 0 9 2 13 0 10 0 AVG 3.6 3.8 4.7 4.2 4.9 5.3 6.0 5.6 6.1

TD 48 30 25 30 20 25 10 12 8 PTS 240 309 369 371 383 411 408 414 468 TD 15 15 27 17 33 25 22 31 35

YDS/G 344.9 228.9 192.6 186.1 184.2 164.3 141.5 100.5 76.7 AVG 17.1 25.8 28.4 28.5 29.5 31.6 34.0 34.5 36.0 YDS/G 111.5 120.4 155.2 162.8 201.8 205.5 214.1 220.7 259.2

YDS AVG TD YDS/G 4381 7.7 25 337.0 3727 9.4 28 286.7 3698 8.1 40 264.1 2961 7.9 19 246.8 2488 6.2 13 207.3 2621 8.2 21 201.6 2257 7.1 19 188.1 2089 7.1 21 160.7 1141 4.2 6 87.8

PASS PLAYS YARDS AVG/P 2089 900 6573 7.3 3727 852 5863 6.9 3698 966 6303 6.5 2961 872 5272 6.0 4381 861 5687 6.6 2621 876 5597 6.4 2257 819 4467 5.5 2488 754 3408 4.5 1141 772 2981 3.9

TD YDS/G 69 505.6 53 451.0 70 450.2 44 439.3 37 437.5 51 430.5 39 372.2 21 284.0 16 229.3

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PASS DEFENSE

G 1. Boise State 14 2. San Jose State 12 3. Fresno State 13 4. Hawai’i 13 5. New Mexico State 13 6. Louisiana Tech 12 7. Utah State 12 8. Idaho 13 9. Nevada 13

ATT CMP INT PCT. 439 241 24 54.9 289 170 6 58.8 366 202 8 55.2 334 214 12 64.1 364 195 7 53.6 368 203 13 55.2 392 214 12 54.6 441 292 7 66.2 431 265 8 61.5

G Boise State 14 Louisiana Tech 12 Hawai’i 13 Nevada 13 Fresno State 13 New Mexico State 13 Idaho 13 San Jose State 12 Utah State 12

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

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

RUSH 1685 1954 2624 1450 2783 2869 2017 3110 2466

PASS PLAYS YARDS AVG/P 2518 879 4203 4.8 2466 828 4420 5.3 2635 871 5259 6.0 3871 831 5321 6.4 2595 829 5378 6.5 2638 875 5507 6.3 3615 868 5632 6.5 2205 796 5315 6.7 2995 858 5461 6.4

G NO. YARDS AVG/P 13 45 2010 44.7 14 57 2413 42.3 12 74 3058 41.3 13 45 1851 41.1 13 42 1647 39.2 12 72 2955 41.0 13 82 3389 41.3 13 45 1876 41.7 12 65 2457 37.8

PR 170 152 235 66 15 185 334 207 258

TD YDS/G 30 300.2 33 368.3 49 404.5 48 409.3 46 413.7 49 423.6 61 433.2 48 442.9 53 455.1

AVG TBG NET/P 3.8 5 38.7 2.7 4 38.3 3.2 2 37.6 1.5 5 37.4 0.4 5 36.5 2.6 11 35.4 4.1 8 35.3 4.6 7 34.0 4.0 3 32.9

PASS EFFICIENCY

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

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

G

14 13 13 12 13 12 13 12 13

ATT

458 396 321 376 293 320 569 403 269

CMP

PCT INT

294 240 194 218 170 188 339 240 133

64.2 60.6 60.4 58.0 58.0 58.7 59.6 59.6 49.4

YDS

3 3698 15 3727 11 2621 4 2961 6 2089 5 2257 17 4381 15 2488 18 1141

TD EFFIC

40 28 21 19 21 19 25 13 6

159.5 155.4 143.8 138.7 137.5 134.5 132.8 114.6 79.0

TURNOVER MARGIN GAINED G FUM INT

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

Boise State Louisiana Tech Utah State Nevada San Jose State Idaho New Mexico State Fresno State 9. Hawai’i

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

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

RED ZONE OFFENSE

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

YDS AVG TD YDS/G 2518 5.7 15 179.9 2205 7.6 13 183.8 2595 7.1 24 199.6 2635 7.9 16 202.7 2638 7.2 18 202.9 2466 6.7 16 205.5 2995 7.6 28 249.6 3615 8.2 34 278.1 3871 9.0 33 297.8

14 12 12 13 12 13 13 13 13

11 7 9 10 15 8 11 7 10

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24 13 12 8 6 7 7 8 12

TOT

35 20 21 18 21 15 18 15 22

LOST FUM INT

11 8 11 15 10 8 10 14 16

3 5 4 6 15 15 18 11 17

TOT MAR PER/G

14 13 15 21 25 23 28 25 33

+21 +7 +6 -3 -4 -8 -10 -10 -11

1.50 0.58 0.50 -0.23 -0.33 -0.62 -0.77 -0.77 -0.85

1. Louisiana Tech 2. Idaho 3. Boise State Nevada Utah State 6. San Jose State 7. Fresno State 8. New Mexico State 9. Hawai’i

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

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

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

CMP

241 203 195 202 170 214 214 292 265

INT PCT.

24 13 7 8 6 12 12 7 8

RED ZONE

PCT

TDS

12 13 14 13 12 12 13 13 13

39-41 39-46 66-78 44-52 33-39 23-28 41-52 24-32 35-57

95.1 84.8 84.6 84.6 84.6 82.1 78.8 75.0 61.4

28 31 49 39 24 18 32 16 25

G

RED ZONE

PCT

TDS

14 12 12 13 13 13 12 13 13

22-28 33-42 44-56 34-43 42-52 44-51 43-49 49-55 36-40

78.6 78.6 78.6 79.1 80.8 86.3 87.8 89.1 90.0

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

ATT

439 368 364 366 289 392 334 441 431

G

RED ZONE DEFENSE

1. Boise State Louisiana Tech San Jose State 4. Fresno State 5. New Mexico State 6. Idaho 7. Utah State 8. Hawai’i 9. Nevada

G

14 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 13

54.9 55.2 53.6 55.2 58.8 54.6 64.1 66.2 61.5 R/P

YDS

TD

EFFIC

2518 2466 2638 2595 2205 2995 2635 3615 3871

15 16 18 24 13 28 16 34 33

103.4 118.7 126.9 132.0 133.6 136.2 139.0 157.3 158.5

FG-AT

FUMB/INT DOWNS/OTHER

17/11 11-11 21/10 8-10 21/28 17-21 25/14 5-7 17/7 9-14 8/10 5-6 19/13 9-9 10/6 8-12 10/15 10-14

0/0/1/1 3/1/1/0 2/1/3/2 3/1/2/0 0/0/1/0 0/1/3/0 3/2/6/0 2/1/1/0 4/3/9/2

R/P

FG-AT

FUMB/INT DOWNS/OTHER

17 8/9 5-6 20 13/7 13-16 32 26/6 12-16 26 13/13 8-12 31 22/9 11-14 40 20/20 4-7 38 22/16 5-7 37 28/9 12-15 28 11/17 8-9

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

G RET YDS TD AVG 14 44 1172 2 26.6 13 47 1112 0 23.7 12 58 1345 0 23.2 13 67 1518 0 22.7 13 51 1094 0 21.5 12 60 1261 1 21.0 13 62 1273 0 20.5 13 62 1270 1 20.5 12 64 1184 0 18.5 G RET 12 12 13 14 14 35 13 23 13 29 13 23 12 22 13 18 12 15

YDS TD 148 1 153 0 381 0 234 0 289 1 150 0 135 0 55 0 26 0

AVG 12.3 10.9 10.9 10.2 10.0 6.5 6.1 3.1 1.7

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FIRST DOWNS

SACKS AGAINST G RUSH PASS PEN TOTAL

1. 2.

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

Boise State Nevada

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

14 123

13 13 13 13 12 12 12 13

166 22

195 100 74 130 121 123 59 101

104 158 189 127 117 103 108 48

311

11 29 17 18 17 16 25 15

310 287 280 275 255 242 192 164

ATT

PCT

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS

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

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

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

13 13 13 13 12 14 12 12 13

79 159 49.7 76 159 47.8 67 149 45.0 77 174 44.3 70 167 41.9 66 174 37.9 65 181 35.9 55 166 33.1 55 181 30.4

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

14 12 13 12 13 13 12 13 13

85 98 119 147 71 126 119 149 101

111 116 120 96 158 119 124 116 171

28 22 12 11 28 22 25 9 19

224 236 251 254 257 267 268 274 291

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

5 12 21 23 25 27 32 34 36

32 100 88 171 147 185 213 271 223

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

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

ATT

PCT

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

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

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

G CONV

14 13 13 13 12 12 13 12 13

17 10 11 22 13 9 9 6 2

ATT

22 14 16 32 19 16 20 16 17

PCT

77.3 71.4 68.8 68.8 68.4 56.2 45.0 37.5 11.8

TIME OF POSSESSION G

13 13 12 13 12 14 13 13 12

NO YDS AVG/G

57 68 75 78 71 87 87 87 89

515 597 554 652 658 782 793 829 909

39.6 45.9 46.2 50.2 54.8 55.9 61.0 63.8 75.8

G MADE ATT

PCT

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

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

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT

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

13 12 14 13 13 12 13 12 13

15 12 19 13 6 7 12 13 9

16 16 26 19 9 11 19 21 16

.938 .750 .731 .684 .667 .636 .632 .619 .562

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

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

G TOTAL TIME

13 13 13 14 13 12 12 13 12

414:44 402:10 399:52 428:01 391:09 354:30 349:05 376:36 346:49

G Conv 13 8 14 13 13 11 12 10 13 10 12 8 12 9 13 12 13 15

Att 17 26 20 18 18 13 14 17 21

AVG/G

31:54 30:56 30:45 30:34 30:05 29:32 29:05 28:58 28:54 Pct 47.1 50.0 55.0 55.6 55.6 61.5 64.3 70.6 71.4

OPPONENT PENALTIES G CONV

14 12 13 13 12 13 12 13 13

59 60 64 66 71 76 63 73 89

192 161 162 166 168 177 143 165 168

30.7 37.3 39.5 39.8 42.3 42.9 44.1 44.2 53.0

SACKS BY

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

14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 13

FIELD GOALS G RUSH PASS PEN TOTAL

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT

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

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

PENALTIES G CONV

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS

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

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

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G SACKS YARDS

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

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

G

NO

12 13 12 13 14 13 13 12 13

94 96 87 62 87 68 69 63 66

YDS AVG/G

812 872 783 670 701 641 598 521 543

67.7 67.1 65.2 51.5 50.1 49.3 46.0 43.4 41.8

PAT KICKING G SACKS YARDS

13 14 12 13 12 13 12 13 13

31 26 22 21 20 19 17 15 11

175 156 170 107 143 145 116 82 73

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

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

G MADE ATT

13 13 13 12 12 14 13 13 12

55 34 50 42 40 66 61 14 16

55 34 51 43 41 68 65 15 18

PCT

1.000 1.000 .980 .977 .976 .971 .938 .933 .889

FOOTBALL 2010

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

V A N D A L F O O T B A L L FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

2 0 1 0 O P P O N E N T S

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

GAME #1 • SEPTEMBER 2, 2010

GAME #2 • SEPTEMBER 11, 2010

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA

FIGHTING SIOUX

CORNHUSKERS

Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • 6 p.m.

Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Neb. • 11:30 a.m. (CT)/9:30 a.m. (PT)

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Grand Forks, N.D. Founded: 1883 Enrollment: 12,748 Nickname: Fighting Sioux Colors: Kelly Green and White President: Dr. Robert Kelly Director of Athletics: Brian Faison Conference: Great West NCAA Affiliation: Football Championship Subdivision

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Lincoln, Neb. Founded: 1869 Enrollment: 24,100 Nickname: Cornhuskers Colors: Scarlet and Cream President: J.B. Milliken Director of Athletics: Tom Osborne Conference: Big 12 NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Chris Mussman UND record/head coaching record: Third season, 12-9/same Alma mater/year: Iowa State (1990) Assistants: Mike Mannausau (assistant head coach/co-defensive coordinator), John Kelling (co-defensive coordinator/secondary), Greg Breitbach (offensive coordinator), Tim Belmore (receivers/recruiting coordinator), Rod Carey (offensive line), Josh Kotelnicki (special teams/ inside linebackers), George Love (outside linebackers), Jace Schillinger (running backs), Mike Kubes (tight ends). Best time to contact coach: Contact SID

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Bo Pelini UN record/head coaching record: Third season, 20-8/same Alma mater/year: Ohio State (1990) Assistants: Barney Cotton (associate head coach/offensive line), Ted Gilmore (assistant head coach/receivers/recruiting coorindator), Carl Pelni (defensive coordinator/defensive line), Shawn Watson (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Tim Beck (running backs), Ron Brown (tight ends), Mike Ekeler (linebackers), John Papuchis (defensive ends), Marvin Sanders (assistant head coach/secondary). Best time to contact coach: Contact SID

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Alerus Center (12,283) Surface: AstroTurf Magic Carpet 2009 overall record: 6-5 2009 conference record: 2-2 (2nd) Lettermen returning Offense 15, Defense 17, Specialists 0 Lettermen lost Offense 8, Defense 9, Specialists 1

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Memorial Stadium (81,091) Surface: Field Turf 2009 overall record: 10-4 2009 conference record: 6-2 (2nd) Lettermen returning Offense 29, Defense 26, Specialists 4 Lettermen lost Offense 6, Defense 9, Specialists 0

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 2 at Idaho 11 at Northern Illinois 18 Northeastern State 25 Northwestern State OCTOBER 2 at South Dakota * 9 Southern Utah * 23 at Cal Poly * 30 Lamar NOVEMBER 6 UC Davis * 13 at Montana 20 at South Dakota St.

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MEDIA RELATIONS Football contact: Christy Kramer Office: 701-777-4210 Cell: 320-226-2420 E-mail: christykramer@und.nodak.edu Director: Sean Johnson Office: 701-777-4210 Cell: 701-213-2890 Email: seanjohnson@mail.und.nodak.edu

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 at Texas Tech . 19 at Northwestern State 26 at Stephen F. Austin OCTOBER 3 South Dakota * 10 Stony Brook 17 Sioux Falls 24 at Southern Utah * 31 #16 Cal Poly * NOVEMBER 7 Southern Oregon 14 at UC Davis * 28 at Central Arkansas

L, 13-38 W, 27-20 L, 31-65 W, 27-12 W, 31-24 L, 13-28 L, 10-35 W, 31-17 W, 30-24 L, 20-28 W, 17-16

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 4 Western Kentucky 11 Idaho 18 at Washington 25 South Dakota State OCTOBER 7 at Kansas State 16 Texas 23 at Oklahoma State 30 Missouri NOVEMBER 6 at Iowa State 13 Kansas 20 at Texas A&M 26 Colorado DECEMBER 4 Big 12 Championship

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Keith Mann Office: 402-472-0237 E-mail: kmann@huskers.com Assistant: Jerry Trickie Office: 402-472-2263 Email: jtrickie@huskers.com

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 Florida Atlantic 12 Arkansas State 19 at Virginia Tech 26 Louisiana-Lafayette OCTOBER 8 at Missouri 17 Texas Tech 24 Iowa State 31 at Baylor NOVEMBER 7 Oklahoma 14 at Kansas 21 Kansas State 27 at Colorado DECEMBER 5 Texas (Big 12 Championship) 30 Arizona (Holiday Bowl)

W, 49-3 W, 38-9 L, 15-16 W, 55-0 W, 27-12 L, 10-31 L, 7-9 W, 20-10 W, 10-3 W, 31-17 W, 17-3 W, 28-20 L, 12-13 W, 33--0

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO GAME #3 • SEPTEMBER 18, 2010

GAME #4 • SEPTEMBER 25, 2010

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA-LAS VEGAS

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

REBELS

RAMS

Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • 7:30 p.m.

Hughes Stadium • Fort Collins, Colo. • 2 p.m. (MT)/1 p.m. (PT)

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 28,000 Nickname: Rebels Colors: Scarlet and Gray President: Dr. Neal Smatresk Director of Athletics: Jim Livengood Conference: Mountain Weset NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Fort Collins, Colo. Founded: 1870 Enrollment: 25,500 Nickname: Rams Colors: Forest green and gold President: Dr. Anthony A. Frank Director of Athletics: Paul Kowalczyk Conference: Mountain West NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Bobby Hauck UNLV record/head coaching record: First season/80-17 Alma mater/year: Montana (1998) Assistants: J.D. Williams (assistant head coach/pass defense coordinator/defensive backs), Rob Phenicie (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Kraig Paulson (defensive coordinator/defensive ends), Ty Gregorak (linebackers/recruiting coordinator), Cedric Cormier (receivers), Chad Germer (offensive line), Dominic Daste (running backs),Brent Myers (tight ends). Best time to contact coach: Contact SID

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Steve Fairchild CSU record/head coaching record: 10-15 (second season)/same Alma mater/year: Colorado State (1981) Assistants: Larry Kerr (assistant head coach/defensive coordinator), Scott Brown (defensive line), Tim Duffie (cornerbackers), Anthoney Hill (running backs), Larry Lewis (special teams coordinator/safeties), Pat Meyer (offensive coordinator/offensive line), Daren Wilkinson (quarterbacks/assistant recruiting coordinator), Dan Hammerschmidt (receivers/passing game coordinator), Todd Stroud (tight ends/recruiting coordinator) Conference call time: Contact SID

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Sam Boyd (36,800) Surface: TurfTech 2009 overall record: 5-7 2009 conference record: 3-5 (6th) Lettermen returning Offense 22, Defense 25, Specialists 2 Lettermen lost Offense 7, Defense 8, Specialists 2

FOOTBALL INFORMATION MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Zak Gilbert (football contact) Stadium: Hughes (34,400) Office: 970-491-5067 Surface: FieldTurf 2009 overall record: 3-9 Cell: 970-219-1638 2009 conference record: 0-8 (9th) E-mail: zak.gilbert@colostate.edu Lettermen returning Assistant director: Danny Mattie Office: 970-491-5050 Offense 13, Defense 24, Specialists 0 Lettermen lost Cell: 970-217-3140 Offense 11, Defense 5, Specialists 1 E-mail: dmattie@colostate.edu

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 4 Wisconsin 11 at Utah 18 at Idaho 25 New Mexico OCTOBER 2 Nevada 9 at West Virginia 16 at Colorado State 30 TCU NOVEMBER 6 at BYU 13 Wyoming 18 Air Force 27 at San Diego State DECEMBER 4 at Hawai`i

FOOTBALL 2010

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Mark Wallington Office: 702-895-4472 Cell: 702-528-6291 E-mail: mark.wallington@unlv.edu Assistant: Bryan Haines Office: 702-895-3764 Cell: 702-528-4227

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 Sacramento State 12 Oregon State 19 Hawai`i 26 at Wyoming OCTOBER 3 at Nevada 10 BYU 17 Utah 24 at New Mexico 31 at TCU NOVEMBER 7 Colorado State 14 at Air Force 28 San Diego State

W, 38-3 L, 21-23 W, 33-34 L, 27-30 L, 28-63 L, 21-59 L, 155 W, 34-17 L, 0-41 W, 35-16 L, 17-45 W, 28-24

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 4 Colorado 11 at Nevada 18 at Miami (Ohio) 25 Idaho OCTOBER 2 TCU 9 at Air Force 16 UNLV 23 at Utah 30 New Mexico NOVEMBER 6 at San Diego State 13 BYU 20 at Wyoming

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 6 at Colorado 12 Weber State 19 Nevada 26 at BYU OCTOBER 3 at Idaho 10 Utah 17 at TCU 24 vs. San Diego State 31 Air Force NOVEMBER 7 at UNLV 21 at New Mexico 27 Wyoming

W, 23-17 W, 24-23 W, 35-20 L, 23-42 L, 29-31 L, 17-24 L, 6-44 L, 28-42 L, 16-34 L, 16-35 L, 27-29 L, 16-17

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

GAME #5 • OCTOBER 2, 2010

GAME #6 • OCTOBER 16, 2010

WESTERN MIGHIGAN UNIVERSITY

LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY

BRONCOS

BULLDOGS

Waldo Stadium • Kalamazoo, Mich. • 2 p.m. (ET)/11 a.m. (PT)

Joe Ailett Stadium • Ruston, La. • 3 p.m. (CT)/1p.m. (PT)

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Kalamazoo, Mich. Founded: 1903 Enrollment: 24,443 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Brown and Gold President: Dr. John M. Dunn Director of Athletics: Kathy Beauregard Conference: Mid-American (West Division) NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Ruston, LA Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 11,500 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and Red Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision President: Dr. Dan Reneau Director of Athletics: Bruce Van De Velde

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Bill Cubit WMU record/head coaching record: 34-27 (sixth season)/68-45-1 Alma mater/year: Delaware (1975) Assistants: Amp Campbell (cornerbacks), Dave Cohen (defensive coordinator/linebackers), Ryan Cubit (quarterbacks), Lou Esposito (defensive line), Mike Grant (assistant head coach/receivers), Jake Moreland (tight ends/recruiting coordinator), Rich Nagy (safeties), Mike Sabock (running backs/special teams), Bob Stanley (offensive line). Conference call time: Contact SID

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Sonny Dykes LT record/head coaching record: First season Alma mater/year: Texas Tech (1993) Assistants: Tony Franklin (offensive coordinator), Rob Likens (assistant head coach/wide receivers), Tommy Spangler (defensive coordinator), Stan Eggen (defensive line), Pierre Ingram (running backs), Jeff Koonz (inebackers, Kevin Curtis (cornerbacks), Pete Perot (offensive line), Mark Tommerdahl (special teams/inside receivers). Conference call time: WAC, 11:46 CT (877-812-1320)

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Waldo (30,200) Surface: FieldTurf 2009 overall record: 5-7 2009 conference record: 4-4 (3rd) Lettermen returning Offense 14, Defense 18, Specialists 2 Lettermen lost Offense 7, Defense 7, Specialists 1

FOOTBALL INFORMATION MEDIA RELATIONS Stadium: Joe Aillet (30,600) Director: Malcolm Butler Surface: FieldTurf Mono Office: 318-257-3144 2009 overall record: 4-8 Cell: 318-614-4513 2009 conference record: 3-5 (T5th) E-mail: mbutler@latech.edu Lettermen returning Football contact: Patrick Walsh Offense 20, Defense 20, Specialists 2 Office: 318-257-5305 Lettermen lost Cell: 318-514-9203 Offense 4, Defense 7, Specialists 1 E-mail: pwalsh@latech.edu

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Mat Kanan (football contact) Office: 269-387-4125 Cell: 269-998-2259 E-mail: mat.kanan@wmich.edu Assistant director: Matt Holmes Assistant director: Kristin Keirns Assistant director: Adam Bodnar

2009 RESULTS 2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 4 at Michigan 4 at Michigan State 12 at Indiana 11 Nicholls State 19 Miami 18 Toledo 26 Hofstra OCTOBER OCTOBER 2 Idaho 3 at Northern Illinois 9 at Ball State 10 at Toledo 16 at Notre Dame 17 Central Michigan 23 at Akron 24 Buffalo 30 Northern Illinois 31 at Kent State NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 5 at Central Michigan 7 at Michigan State 13 Eastern Michigan 14 at Eastern Michigan 20 Kent State 24 Ball State 26 at Bowling Green DECEMBER 3 MAC Championship Game

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L, 7-31 L, 19-23 W, 48-26 W, 24-10 W, 3-38 W, 58-26 L, 23-34 W, 34-31 L, 14-26 L, 14-49 W, 35-14 L, 17-22

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 4 vs. Grambling State 11 at Texas A&M 18 Navy 25 Southern Miss OCTOBER 2 at Hawai`i 9 Utah State 16 Idaho 26 at Boise State NOVEMBER 6 Fresno State 13 at New Mexico State 27 at San Jose State DECEMBER 4 Nevada

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 at Auburn 12 at Navy 19 Nicholls State 30 Hawai`i OCTOBER 9 at Nevada 17 New Mexico State 24 at Utah State 31 at Idaho NOVEMBER 6 Boise State 14 at LSU 21 at Fresno State DECEMBER 5 San Jose State

L, 13-37 L, 14-32 W, 48-13 W, 27-6 L, 14-37 W, 45-7 L, 21-23 L, 34-35 L, 35-45 L, 16-24 L, 28-30 W, 55-20

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO GAME #7 • OCTOBER 23, 2010

GAME #8 • OCTOBER 30, 2010

NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI`I

AGGIES

WARRIORS

Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m.

Aloha Stadium • Honolulu, Hawai`i • 5:30 (HT)/8:30 (PT)

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Las Cruces, NM Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 16,428 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Crimson and white President: Dr. Barbara Couture Director of Athletics: Dr. McKinley Boston Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Honolulu, HI Founded: 1907 Enrollment: 19,969 Nickname: Warriors Colors: Green, black, white, silver accent Chancellor: Virginia S. Hinshaw Director of Athletics: Jim Donovan Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

COACHING STAFF Head coach: DeWayne Walker NMSU record/head coaching record: 3-10 (second season); same Alma mater/year: Regents College (1992) Assistants: Dale Lindsey (assistant head coach/linebackers), Mike Dunbar (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Jason Lenzmeier (offensive line), R. Todd Littlejohn (recruiting coordinator/receivers), Jesse Williams (defensive line), Keith Murphy (tight ends/special teams), Mike Rutenberg (defensive backs), Shaun Johnson (running backs), Will Martin (cornerbacks). WAC conference call time: WAC, 10:53 MT (877-812-1320)

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Greg McMackin UH record/head coaching record: 13-14, third season/same Alma mater/year: Southern Oregon (1967) Assistants: Rich Miano (secondary), Cal Lee (defensive ends), Dave Aranda (defensive coordinator), Chris Tormey (special teams/secondary), Ron Lee (assistant offensive coordinator), Nick Rolovich (offensive coordinator), Brian Smith (running backs), Gordy Shaw (offensive line), Tony Tuioti (defensive tackles). WAC conference call time: 6:39 a.m., Hawai`i, Mondays

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Aggie Memorial (30,343) Surface: Grass 2009 overall record: 3-10 2009 conference record: 1-7 (T8th) Lettermen returning Offense 20, Defense 19, Specialists 2 Lettermen lost Offense 10, Defense 9, Specialists 0 2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 11 San Diego State 18 at UTEP 25 at Kansas OCTOBER 2 Boise State 9 New Mexico 16 at Fresno State 23 at Idaho 30 San Jose State NOVEMBER 6 at Utah State 13 Louisiana Tech 20 at Nevada 27 Hawai`i

FOOTBALL 2010

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Tyler Dunkel Office: 575-646-2927 Cell: 575-640-7270 E-mail: tydunkel@nmsu.edu Assistant: Jeremy Strachan Assistant: Tiffany Franklin Assistant: Eddiei Morelos

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 Idaho 12 Prairie View 19 UTEP 26 at New Mexico OCTOBER 10 Utah State 17 at Louisiana Tech 24 Fresno State 31 at Ohio State NOVEMBER 14 at Hawai`i 21 Nevada 28 at San Jose State DECEMBER 5 at Boise State

L, 6-21 W, 21-18 L, 12-38 W, 20-17 W, 20-17 L, 7-45 L, 3-34 L, 0-45 L, 6-24 L, 20-63 L, 10-13 L, 7-42

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Aloha (50,000) Surface: FieldTurf 2009 overall record: 6-7 2009 conference record: 3-5 (T5th) Lettermen returning Offense 27, Defense 30, Specialists 3 Lettermen lost Offense 16, Defense 12, Specialists 0 2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 2 USC 11 at Army 18 at Colorado 25 Charleston Southern OCTOBER 2 Louisiana Tech 9 at Fresno State 16 Nevada 23 at Utah State 30 Idaho NOVEMBER 6 at Boise State 20 San Jose State 27 at New Mexico State DECEMBER 4 UNLV

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Derek Inouchi Office: 808-956-7523 Cell: 808-954-0234 E-mail: inouchi@hawaii.edu Assistant: Neal Iwamoto Assistant: Pakalani Bello Assistant: Ryan Reggiani Assistant: Kara Nishimura

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 4 Central Arkansas 12 at Washington State 19 at UNLV 30 at Louisiana Tech OCTOBER 10 Fresno State 17 at Idaho 24 Boise State 31 at Nevada NOVEMBER 7 Utah State 14 New Mexico State 21 at San Jose State 28 Navy DECEMBER 5 Wisconsin

W, 25-30 W, 38-20 L, 33-34 L, 6-27 L, 17-42 L, 23-35 L, 9-54 L, 21-31 W, 49-36 W, 24-6 W, 17-10 W, 24-17 L, 10-51

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

GAME #9 • NOVEMBER 6, 2010

GAME #10 • NOVEMBER 12, 2010

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

WOLF PACK

BRONCOS

Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m.

Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • 6 p.m.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Reno, NV Founded: 1874 Enrollment: 16,500 Nickname: Wolf Pack Colors: Navy blue and Silver President: Dr. Milton Glick Director of Athletics: Cary Groth Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Boise, ID Founded: 1932 Enrollment: 19,667 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Blue and orange President: Dr. Robert Kustra Director of Athletics: Gene Bleymeier Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Chris Ault UN record/head coaching record: 25th season, 206-96-1/same Alma mater/year: Nevada (1968) Assistants: Ken Wilson (associate head coach/defensive ends), Jim Mastro (recruiting coordinator/running backs), Barry Sacks (special teams coordinator/defensive tackles), Scott Baumgartner (receivers), Cameron Norcross (run game coordinator/offensive line), James Ward (cornerbacks), Mike Bradeson (safeties), Andy Buh (defensive coordinator/linebackers), James Spady (tight ends). Conference call time: 10:14 a.m. (Pacific), Mondays

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Chris Petersen BSU record/head coaching record: 49-4 (fifth season)/same Alma mater/year: UC Davis (1988) Assistants: Brent Pease (assistant head coach/receivers), Bryan Harsin (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Chris Strausser (offensive line), Keith Bhonapha (running backs), Jeff Choate (special teams/ linebackers), Scott Huff (tight ends/run game coordinator), Pete Kwiatkowski (defensive coordinator/defensive line), Marcel Yates (secondary), Bob Gregory (nickels/outside linebackers). WAC conference call time: 11:21 a.m., Mountain, Mondays

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Mackay (29,) Surface: FieldTurf 2009 overall record: 8-5 2009 conference record: 7-1 (2nd) Lettermen returning Offense 18, Defense 26, Specialists 2 Lettermen lost Offense 8, Defense 9, Specialists 0

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Bronco (30,000) Surface: Blue Field Turf 2009 overall record: 14-0 2009 conference record: 8-0 (1st) Lettermen returning Offense 25, Defense 26, Specialists 3 Lettermen lost Offense 4, Defense 2, Specialists 0

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 2 Eastern Washington 11 Colorado State 17 California 25 at Brigham Young OCTOBER 2 at UNLV 9 San Jose State 16 at Hawai`i 30 Utah State NOVEMBER 6 at Idaho 13 at Fresno State 20 New Mexico State 26 Boise State DECEMBER 4 at Louisiana Tech

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MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Rhonda Lundin Office: 775-682-6982 Football contact: Chad Hartley Office: 775-682-6982 Cell: 775-229-5513 E-mail: hartleyc@unr.edu

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 at Notre Dame 19 at Colorado State 25 Missouri OCTOBER 3 UNLV 9 Louisiana Tech 17 at Utah State 24 Idaho 31 Hawai`i NOVEMBER 8 at San Jose State 14 Fresno State 21 at New Mexico State 27 at Boise State DECEMBER 24 SMU (Hawai`i Bowl)

L, 0-35 L, 20-35 L, 21-31 W, 63-28 W, 37-14 W, 35-32 W, 70-45 W, 31-21 W, 62-7 W, 52-14 W, 63-20 L, 10-13 L, 10-45

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 4 vs. Grambling State 11 at Texas A&M 18 Navy 25 Southern Miss OCTOBER 2 at Hawai`i 9 Utah State 16 Idaho 26 at Boise State NOVEMBER 6 Fresno State 13 at New Mexico State 27 at San Jose State DECEMBER 4 Nevada

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Max Corbet Office: 208-426-1515 Cell: 208-859-6952 E-mail: mcorbet@boisestate.edu Assistant: Becca Faulds Assistant: Doug Link Assistant: Michelle Railsback

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 3 Oregon W, 19-8 12 Miami-Ohio W, 48-0 18 at Fresno State W, 51-34 26 at Bowling Green W, 49-14 OCTOBER 3 UC Davis W, 34-16 14 at Tulsa W, 28-21 24 at Hawai`i W, 54-9 31 San Jose State W, 45-7 NOVEMBER 6 at Louisiana Tech W, 45-35 14 Idaho W, 63-25 20 at Utah State W, 52-21 27 Nevada W, 44-433 DECEMBER 5 New Mexico State W, 42-7 JANUARY 4 TCU (Fiesta Bowl) W, 17-10

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO GAME #11 • NOVEMBER 20, 2010

GAME #12 • NOVEMBER 27, 2010

UTAH STATE UNIVERSTIY

FRESNO STATE UNIVERSITY

AGGIES

BULLDOGS

Romney Stadium • Logan, Utah • 1 p.m. (MT)/Noon (PT)

Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • 7 p.m.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Logan, UT Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 24,421 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Navy blue and White President: Stan Albrecht Director of Athletics: Scott Barnes Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: Fresno, CA Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 21,503 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Red and blue President: Dr. John D. Welty Director of Athletics: Thomas Boeh Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Gary Andersen USU record/head coaching record: 4-8 (second season)/same Alma mater/year: Utah (1986) Assistants: Dave Baldwin (offensive coordinator/wide receivers), Jovon Bouknight (receivers), Bill Busch (defensive coordinator/safeties), Kevin Clune (linebackers), Alex Gerke (offensive line), Chad Kauha`aha`a (defensive line), Corey Raymond (cornerbacks), Ilaisa Tuiaki (running backs), T.J. Woods (tight ends) Conference call time: 11 a.m. (Mountain), Mondays

COACHING STAFF Head coach: Pat Hill FS record/head coaching record: 100-66 (14th season)/same Alma mater/year: UC Riverside (1973) Assistants: Pete Alamar (tight ends/special teams), Micah Alba (cornerbacks), Derek Frazier (run game coordinator/offensive line), Jeff Grady (passing game coordinator/quarterbacks), Randy Stewart (defensive coordinator), Will Plemons (defensive line), Tim Skipper (linebackers), Joe Wade (running backs), Keith Williams (receivers) WAC conference call time: 10:28 a.m. (Pacific), Mondays

FOOTBALL INFORMATION MEDIA RELATIONS Stadium: Romney (25,513) Director: Doug Hoffman Surface: Sprinturf Office: 435-797-3714 2009 overall record: 4-8 Cell: 435-881-8011 2009 conference record: 3-5 (T5th) E-mail: doug.hoffman@usu.edu Lettermen returning Football contact: Zach Fisher Offense 21, Defense 22, Specialists 2 Office: 435-797-2066 Lettermen lost Cell: 435-213-0318 Offense 6, Defense 8, Specialists 1 E-mail: zach.fisher@usu.edu 2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 11 San Diego State 18 at UTEP 25 at Kansas OCTOBER 2 Boise State 9 New Mexico 16 at Fresno State 23 at Idaho 30 San Jose State NOVEMBER 6 at Utah State 13 Louisiana Tech 20 at Nevada 27 Hawai`i

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2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 3 at Utah 19 at Texas A&M 26 Southern Utah OCTOBER 2 at BYU 10 at New Mexico State 17 Nevada 24 Louisiana Tech 31 at Fresno State NOVEMBER 7 at Hawai`i 14 San Jose State 20 Boise State 28 at Idaho

L, 17-35 L, 30-38 W, 53-34 L, 17-35 L, 17-20 L, 32-35 W, 23-21 L, 27-31 L, 36-49 W, 24-9 L, 21-52 W, 52-49

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Bulldog (41,031) Surface: Grass 2009 overall record: 8-5 2009 conference record: 6-2 (3rd) Lettermen returning Offense 29, Defense 27, Specialists 2 Lettermen lost Offense 8, Defense 9, Specialists 1

2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 2 USC 11 at Army 18 at Colorado 25 Charleston Southern OCTOBER 2 Louisiana Tech 9 at Fresno State 16 Nevada 23 at Utah State 30 Idaho NOVEMBER 6 at Boise State 20 San Jose State 27 at New Mexico State DECEMBER 4 UNLV

MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Steve Weakland Office: 559-244-5615 Cell: 559-287-3304 E-mail: sweaklan@csufresno.edu Assistant: Steve Schaack Office: 559-244-5617 Cell: 559-389-1901 Email: sschaack@csufresno.edu

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 UC Davis W, 51-0 12 at Wisconsin L, 31-34 (2OT) 18 Boise State L, 34-51 26 at Cincinnati L, 20-28 OCTOBER 10 at Hawai`i W, 42-17 17 San Jose State W, 41-21 24 at New Mexico State W, 34-3 31 Utah State W, 31-27 NOVEMBER 7 at Idaho W, 31-21 14 at Nevada L, 14-52 21 Louisiana Tech W, 30-28 DECEMBER 5 at Illinois W, 53-52 19 Wyoming (New Mexico Bowl) L, 28-35 (2OT)

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SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY

SPARTANS Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • 2 p.m. UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location: San Jose, Calif. Founded: 1857 Enrollment: 30,908 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Gold, white and blue President: Dr. John Whitmore Director of Athletics: Tom Bowen Conference: Western Athletic NCAA Affiliation: Football Bowl Subdivision COACHING STAFF Head coach: Mike MacIntyre SJSU record/head coaching record: 0-0 (first season)/same Alma mater/year: Georgia Tech (1989) Assistants: Kent Baer (linebackers), Gary Bernardi (offensive line), Brent Brennan (receivers), Charles Clark (secondary), John DeFilippo (quarterbacks), Tim Landis (offensive coordinator/tight ends), Terry Malley (running backs), Bryant Young (defensive line). WAC conference call time: 9:32 a.m. (Pacific), Mondays FOOTBALL INFORMATION Stadium: Spartan (30, 456) Surface: Field Turf 2008 overall record: 2-10 2008 conference record: 1-7 (T8th) Lettermen returning Offense 16, Defense 24, Specialists 1 Lettermen lost Offense 14, Defense 11, Specialists 2 2010 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 4 at Alabama 11 at Wisconsin 18 Southern Utah 25 at Utah OCTOBER 2 UC Davis 9 at Nevada 16 Boise State 23 Fresno State 30 at New Mexico State NOVEMBER 13 Utah State 20 at Hawai`i 27 Louisiana Tech DECEMBER 4 at Idaho

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MEDIA RELATIONS Director: Lawrence Fan Office: 408-924-1217 Cell: 408-768-3424 E-mail: ltfan@sjsu.edu Assistant: Amy Villa Assistant: Doga Gur

2009 RESULTS SEPTEMBER 5 at USC 12 Utah 19 at Stanford 26 Cal Poly OCTOBER 10 Idaho 17 at Fresno State 31 at Boise State NOVEMBER 8 Nevada 14 at Utah State 21 Hawai`i 28 New Mexico State DECEMBER 5 at Louisiana Tech

L, 3-56 L, 14-24 L, 17-42 W, 19-9 L, 25-29 L, 21-41 L, 7-45 L, 7-62 L, 9-24 L, 10-17 W, 13-10 L, 20-55

OPPONENT FIRST GAME ...W ........L .......T 2nd Air Force 1942 .....0 .....1 ....0 9th Army Corps 1921 .....1 .....0 ....0 Air Force 1959 .....0 .....4 ....0 Albion College 1916 .....1 .....0 ....0 Arizona 1951 .....2 .... 10 ...0 Arizona State 1950 .....0 .....5 ....0 Arkansas State 1975 .....4 .....4 ....0 Army 1961 .....0 .....1 ....0 Auburn 1999 .....0 .....1 ....0 Boise All-Stars 1909 .....2 .....0 ....0 Boise State 1971 ....17 ... 21 .. 1 Boston College 1940 .....0 .....1 ....0 Boston University 1950 .....2 .....0 ....0 Bowling Green St. 2009.....1 .....0 ....0 Bremerton Navy 1908 .....1 .....0 ....0 Brigham Young 1953 .....2 .....1 ....0 California 1931 .....0 .....4 ....0 Cal Poly SLO 1996 .....2 .....0 ....0 Cal State Chico 1990 .....1 .....0 ....0 CS Fullerton 1984 .....1 .....1 ....0 CS Northridge 1992 .....1 .....0 ....0 CS Sacramento 1989 .....1 .....0 ....0 Central Florida 1997 .....0 .....1 ....0 Central Michigan 1986 .....0 .....2 ....0 Coeur d’Alene HS 1906 .....2 .....0 ....0 College of Idaho 1909 .....7 .....-0 ....0 Colorado State 1969.... 3..... 3 ... 0 Creighton 1925 .....2 .....1 ....0 Denver 1939 .....0 .....1 ....0 Eastern Illinois 1989 .....0 .....1 ....0 Eastern Kentucky 1982 .....0 .....1 ....0 Eastern Michigan 2004.....1 .....0 ....0 Eastern Washington 1942 ....15 ....4 ....0 Farragut Navy 1945 .....0 .....2 ....0 Fresno State 1946.... 4..... 8 ... 0 Furman 1988 .....0 .....1 ....0 Georgia Southern 1990 .....0 .....1 ....0 Gonzaga 1910 .... 16 ... 10 ...2 Hawai’i 1930.... 2..... 8 ... 0 Houston 1967 .....0 .....2 ....0 Idaho State 1929 ....27 ... 11 ...0 Idaho Tech 1916 .....1 .....0 ....0 Iowa State 1964 .....0 .....3 ....0 Lehigh 1993 .....1 .....0 ....0 Lewiston HS 1905 .....1 .....0 ....0 Lewiston Normal 1894 .....4 .....2 ....1 UL-Lafayette 2001 .....1 .....3 ....0 UL-Monroe * 1993 .....3 .....2 ....0 Louisiana State 1998 .....0 .....1 ....0 Louisiana Tech 2005.... 2..... 3 ... 0 Mankato State 1985 .....2 .....0 ....0 Marquette 1946 .....0 .....1 ....0 McNeese State 1992 .....0 .....2 ....0 Michigan State 2006.....0 .....1 ....0 Middle Tennessee 2001 .....1 .....3 ....0 Missouri 1958 .....0 .....2 ....0 Montana 1903 ....55 ...26 ...2 Montana State 1905 .... 24 ... 17 ...1 Multnomah Athletic Club 1913 .....0 .....1 ....0 Nebraska 2010 .... 0..... 0 ... 0 Nevada 1924.... 9.... 18 .. 0 New Mexico State 1971 ... 12.... 4 ... 0

OPPONENT FIRST GAME ...W ........L .......T North Dakota 2010 .... 0..... 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.... 8.... 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 Club1897 ....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 Christian 1973 .....0 .....1 ....0 Troy State 2004.....0 .....1 ....0 Tulsa 1970 .....0 .....1 ....0 UC Davis 1997 .....1 .....0 ....0 UCLA 1928 .....1 .....5 ....0 UNLV 1975 .... 2..... 3 ... 0 USC 1922 .....0 .....8 ....0 UTEP 1950 .....1 .....1 ....0 Utah 1908 ....12 ... 14 ...2 Utah State 1916 ....16 ... 18 .. 2 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 .... 0..... 1 ... 0 Wichita State 1978 .....0 .....1 ....0 Wyoming 1921 .....1 .....4 ....0 Whitman 1899 ....20 ....9 ....1 Willamette 1941 .....2 .....0 ....0 Villanova 1974 .....0 .....1 ....0 Youngstown State 1993 .....0 .....1 ....0 *formerly Northeastern Louisiana

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO HISTORICALLY VS. 2010 OPPONENTS NORTH DAKOTA Sept. 2, 2010 First meeting NEBRASKA Sept. 11, 2010 First meeting NEVADA-LAS VEGAS Sept. 18, 2010 UNLV leads 2-3 Year UI -- UNLV @ 1975 39 --- 7 UNLV 1977 21 --- 35 UI 1978 14 --- 53 UNLV 1994 48 --- 38 UNLV 2005 31 --- 34 UNLV Most points by UI: 48 (1994) Most points by UNLV: 53 (1978) UI largest winning margin: 32 (1975) UNLV largest winning margin: 39 (1978) Idaho wins at UNLV: 2 Idaho wins at home: 0 UNLV wins at Idaho: 1 UNLV wins at home: 2 Decided by seven or fewer points: 0 COLORADO STATE Sept. 25, 2010 Tied 3-3 Year UI -- CSU @ 1969 21 --- 31 CSU 1971 10 --- 0 UI 1973 30 --- 33 UI 1976 14 --- 31 CSU 1992 37 --- 34 CSU 2009 31 --- 29 UI Most points by UI: 37 (1992) Most points by CSU: 34 (1992) UI largest winning margin: 10 (1971) CSU largest winning margin: 17 (1976) Longest UI winning streak: 2 Longest CSU winning streak: 2 Decided by seven or fewer points: 3 Idaho wins at CSU: 1 Idaho wins at home: 2 CSU wins at Idaho: 1 CSU wins at home: 2 WESTERN MICHIGAN Oct. 2, 1010 Western Michigan leads 1-0 Year UI -- WMU @ 2008 28 --- 51 UI Most points by UI: 28 (2008) Most points by WMU: 51 (2008) LOUISIANA TECH Oct. 16, 2010 Louisiana Tech leads 3-2 Year UI -- LT @ 2005 38 --- 41 UI 2006 24 --- 14 LT 2007 16 --- 28 UI 2008 14 --- 46 LT 2009 35 --- 34 UI Most points by UI: 38 (2005) Most points by LT: 46 (2008) UI largest winning margin: 10 (2006) LT largest winning margin: 32 (2008) Longest UI winning streak: 1 Longest LaTech winning streak: 2

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Decided by fewer than seven points: 2 Idaho wins at LT: 1 Idaho wins at home: 1 LT wins at Idaho: 2 LT wins at home: 1 NEW MEXICO STATE Oct. 23, 2010 Idaho leads 12-4 Year UI -- NMSU @ 1971 19 --- 14 NMSU 1976 33 --- 6 UI 1977 47 --- 44 NMSU 1996 34 --- 19 UI 1997 35 --- 18 NMSU 1998 36 --- 32 UI 1999 14 --- 42 NMSU 2000** 44 --- 41 UI 2001 39 --- 46 NMSU 2002 31 --- 35 UI 2003 35 --- 31 NMSU 2005** 38 --- 37 NMSU 2006 28 --- 20 UI 2007 31 --- 45 NMSU 2008 20 --- 14 UI 2009 21 --- 6 NMSU ** double overtime Most points scored by UI: 47 (1977) Most points by NMSU: 46 (2001) UI largest winning margin: 27 (1976) NM largest winning margin: 28 (1999) Longest UI winning streak: 6 Longest NMSU winning streak: 2 Decided by seven or fewer points: 9 Idaho wins at NMSU: 6 Idaho wins at home: 6 NMSU wins at Idaho: 1 NMSU wins at home: 3 HAWAI`I Oct. 29, 2010 UH leads 8-2 Year UI -- UH @ 1930 0 --- 37 UH 1960 14 --- 6 UH 1977 26 --- 45 UH 1981 6 --- 21 UH 2004 21 --- 52 UH 2005 0 --- 24 UI 2006 10 --- 68 UH 2007 20 --- 48 UI 2008 17 --- 49 UH 2009 35 --- 23 UI Most points by UI: 26 (1977) Most points by UH: 68 (2006) UI largest winning margin: 12 (2009) UH largest winning margin: 58 (2006) Longest UI winning streak: 1 Longest UH winning streak: 7 Decided by seven or fewer points: 0 Idaho wins at UH: 1 Idaho wins at home: 1 UH wins at Idaho: 2 UH wins at home: 6 NEVADA Nov. 6, 2010 Nevada leads 18-9 Year UI -- UN @ 1924 23 --- 0 BOISE 1935 26 --- 6 UI 1936 6 --- 7 UN

1940 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

6 26 7 14 16 24 17 25 13 7 38 32 42 28 23 25 23 23 42 14 7 21 14 70

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1987 1988 1989 1990 * 1991 1996 1997 1998 1999 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 * overtime Most points by UI: 45 (2009) Most points by UN: 70 (2009) UI largest winning margin: 23 (1924) UN largest winning margin: 48 (2005) Longest UI winning streak: 3 (1987-89) Longest UN winning streak: 6 (1979-84) Decided by seven or fewer points: 7 Idaho wins at UN: 2 Idaho wins at home: 6 Idaho neutral site wins: 1 UN wins at Idaho: 7 UN wins at home: 11

Year 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

BOISE STATE Nov. 12, 2010 BSU leads 21-17-1 UI -- BSU 14 --- 42 22 --- 21 24 --- 47 29 --- 52 31 --- 31 16 --- 9 14 --- 44 10 --- 48 17 --- 47 21 --- 44 43 --- 45 24 --- 17 45 --- 24 37 --- 0 44 --- 27 21 --- 14 40 --- 34 26 --- 20 26 --- 21 21 --- 14 28 --- 24 62 --- 16 49 --- 16 24 --- 27 33 --- 13 64 --- 19 23 --- 30 * 36 --- 35 * 14 --- 45 24 --- 66

@ UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU UI BSU

2001 13 --- 45 UI 2002 21 --- 38 BSU 2003 10 --- 24 UI 2004 7 --- 65 BSU 2005 35 --- 70 BSU 2006 26 --- 42 UI 2007 14 --- 58 BSU 2008 10 --- 45 UI 2009 63 --- 25 BSU * overtime Most points by UI: 64 (1996) Most points by BSU: 70 (2005) UI largest winning margin: 46 (1992) BSU largest winning margin: 58 (2004) UI longest winning streak: 12 BSU longest winning streak: 11 Decided by seven or fewer points: 13 Idaho wins at BSU: 10 Idaho wins at home: 7 BSU wins at Idaho: 11 BSU wins at home: 10 UTAH STATE Nov. 20, 2010 USU leads 18-16-2 Year UI -- USU @ 1916 27 --- 15 USU 1932 33 --- 0 UI 1936 0 --- 10 UI 1937 0 --- 0 UI 1938 14 --- 0 UI 1939 19 --- 7 UI 1940 0 --- 0 BOISE 1941 16 --- 0 USU 1952 16 --- 3 USU 1953 7 --- 19 BOISE 1956 42 --- 20 USU 1957 35 --- 7 USU 1958 34 --- 7 UI 1959 0 --- 14 USU 1960 6 --- 33 BOISE 1961 0 --- 69 USU 1962 7 --- 45 BOISE 1964 27 --- 22 BOISE 1965 19 --- 30 USU 1969 21 --- 31 UI 1970 42 --- 14 USU 1971 13 --- 42 UI 1972 7 --- 51 USU 1974 3 --- 17 UI 1996 28 --- 35 USU 1997 17 --- 63 UI 1998 26 --- 14 USU 1999 31 --- 3 UI 2000 14 --- 31 USU 2003 20 --- 13 UI 2004 7 --- 14 USU 2005 27 --- 13 UI 2006 41 --- 21 USU 2007 19 --- 24 UI 2008 17 --- 42 USU 2009 52 --- 49 UI 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: 6 Idaho wins at USU: 8 Idaho wins at home: 7 Idaho neutral site wins: 1

USU wins at Idaho: 7 USU wins at home: 8 USU neutral site wins: 3 FRESNO STATE Nov. 27, 2010 Fresno State leads 8-3 Year UI -- FS @ 1946 12 --- 13 UI 1956 24 --- 12 FS 1957 20 --- 6 UI 1963 32 --- 8 UI 1967 30 --- 14 FS 1978 28 --- 41 UI 1979 10 --- 30 FS 2005 10 --- 40 UI 2006 0 --- 34 FS 2007 24 --- 37 UI 2008 32 --- 45 FS 2009 21 --- 31 UI Most points by UI: 32 (twice) Most points by FS: 45 (2008) UI largest winning margin: 4 (1963) FS largest winning margin: 34 (2006) Longest UI winning streak: 4 Longest FS winning streak: 7 Decided by seven or fewer points: 1 Idaho wins at FS: 2 Idaho wins at home: 2 FS wins at Idaho: 5 FS wins at home: 3 SAN JOSE STATE Dec. 4,2010 SJSU leads 12-8-1 Year UI -- SJSU @ 1946 14 --- 26 UI 1951 40 --- 7 UI 1953 6 --- 34 SJSU 1954 7 --- 38 UI 1958 ^ 6 --- 41 BOISE 1960 20 --- 22 SJSU 1961 27 --- 18 UI 1962 12 --- 12 SJSU 1963 28 --- 12 UI 1964 3 --- 0 SJSU 1965 17 --- 7 UI 1966 7 --- 21 SJSU 1968 3 --5 17 SJSU 1978 14 --- 31 SJSU 1980 10 --- 32 SJSU 1998 17 --- 12 SJSU 2005 18 --- 26 SJSU 2006 13 --- 28 UI 2007 20 --- 28 SJSU 2008 24 --- 30 UI 2009 29 --- 25 SJSU ^ at Boise 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: 6 Idaho wins at SJSU: 4 Idaho wins at home: 4 SJSU wins at Idaho: 4 SJSU wins at home: 7 SJSU neutral site wins: 1

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2010 BOWL SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 2 North Dakota at Idaho Southern Cal at Hawai’i Eastern Washington at Nevada 4 Cincinnati at Fresno State Western Kentucky at Nebraska Wisconsin at UNLV Colorado State at Colorado Western Michigan at Michigan St. 6 Boise State at Virginia Tech Louisiana Tech at Grambling San Joe State at Alabama Utah State at Oklahoma 11 Idaho at Nebraska Army at Hawai’i Louisiana Tech at Texas A&M Colorado State at Nevada San Diego St. at New Mexico St. San Jose State at Wisconsin Idaho State at Utah State North Dakota at Northern Illinois UNLV at Utah Nicholls State at W Michigan 17 California at Nevada 18 UNLV at Idaho Boise State at Wyoming Fresno State at Utah State* Hawai’i at Colorado Navy at Louisiana Tech New Mexico at UTEP Southern Utah at San Jose State Kentucky at Washington Northeastern State at North Dakota

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Colorado State at Miami (Ohio) Toledo at W Michigan 25 Idaho at Colorado State Oregon State at Boise State Fresno State at Mississippi Charleston South at Hawai’i Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech Nevada at BYU New Mexico State at Kansas San Jose State at Utah South Dakota State at Nebraska Northwestern State at North Dakota New Mexico at UNLV OCTOBER 1 BYU at Utah State 2 Idaho at Western Michigan Boise State at New Mexico State * Cal Poly at Fresno State Louisiana Tech at Hawai’i* Nevada at UNLV Cal Davis at San Jose State TCU at Colorado State North Dakota at South Dakota 7 Nebraska at Kansas State 9 Toledo at Boise State Hawai’i at Fresno State* Utah State at Louisiana Tech * San Jose State at Nevada* New Mexico at New Mexico State Southern Utah at North Dakota UNLV at West Virginia Colorado State at Air Force W Michigan at Ball State

16 Idaho at Louisiana Tech * Boise State at San Jose State* New Mexico St. at Fresno State* Nevada at Hawai’i* Texas at Nebraska UNLV at Colorado State W Michigan at Notre Dame 23 New Mexico State at Idaho* Fresno State at San Jose State* Hawai’i at Utah State * Nebraska at Oklahoma State North Dakota at Cal Poly Colorado State at Utah W Michigan at Akron 26 Louisiana Tech at Boise State* 30 Idaho at Hawai’i* Utah State at Nevada* San Jose St. at New Mexico St.* Missouri at Nebraska Lamar at North Dakota TCU at UNLV New Mexico at Colorado State Northern Illinois at Western Michigan NOVEMBER 5 Western Michigan at Central Michigan 6 Nevada at Idaho* Hawai’i at Boise State * Fresno State at Louisiana Tech * New Mexico State at Utah State* Nebraska at Iowa State UC Davis at North Dakota UNLV at BYU Colorado St. at San Diego St.

DECEMBER 18 New Mexico • Mountain West vs. WAC • Albuquerque, N.M. uDrove Humanitarian • MAC vs. WAC • Boise, Idaho R+L Carriers New Orleans • C-USA vs. Sun Belt • New Orleans DECEMBER 21 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg • Big East vs. C-USA • St. Petersburg, Fla. DECEMBER 22 MAACO Las Vegas • Mountain West vs. Pac-10 •Las Vegas DECEMBER 23 S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia • Mountain West vs. Navy • San Diego DECEMBER 24 Sheraton Hawai`i • C-USA vs. WAC • Honolulu DECEMBER 26 Little Caesars • Big Ten vs. MAC • Detroit DECEMBER 27 AdvoCare V100 Independence • ACC vs. Mountain West • Shreveport, La. DECEMBER 28 Champs Sports • ACC vs. Big East • Orlando, Fla. Insight • Big Ten vs. Big 12 • Tempe, Ariz. DECEMBER 29 EagleBank • ACC vs. C-USA • Washington, D.C. Texas • Big Ten vs. Big 12 • Houston Valero Alamo • Big 12 vs. Pac-10 • San Antonio DECEMBER 30 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces • C-USA vs. Mountain West • Fort Worth, Texas New Era Pinstripe • Big 12 vs. Big East • Bronx, N.Y. Franklin American Mortgage Music City • ACC vs. SEC • Nashville, Tenn. Bridgepoint Education Holiday • Big 12 vs. Pac-10 • San Diego

12 Boise State at Idaho * 13 Nevada at Fresno State * Louisiana Tech at New Mexico St.* Utah State at San Jose State* Kansas at Nebraska North Dakota at Montana Wyoming at UNLV BYU at Colorado State Eastern Michigan at W Michigan 18 Air Force at UNLV 19 Fresno State at Boise State* 20 Idaho at Utah State* San Jose State at Hawai’i * New Mexico State at Nevada* Nebraska at Texas A&M North Dakota at Southern Dakota St. Colorado State at Wyoming Kent State at W Michigan 26 Colorado at Nebraska W Michigan at Bowling Green 27 Idaho at Fresno State * Boise State at Nevada * Hawai’i at New Mexico State* Louisiana Tech at San Jose St.* UNLV at San Diego State DECEMBER 4 San Jose State at Idaho * Utah State at Boise State* Illinois at Fresno State UNLV at Hawai’i Nevada at Louisiana Tech * *Western Athletic Conference game

DECEMBER 31 Meineke Car Care • ACC vs. Big East • Charlotte, N.C. Hyundai Sun • ACC vs. Pac-10 • El Paso, Texas AutoZone Liberty • C-USA vs. SEC • Memphis, Tenn. Chick-fil-A • ACC vs. SEC • Atlanta JANUARY 1 Dallas Football Classic • Big Ten vs. Big 12 •Dallas Outback • Big Ten vs. SEC • Tampa, Fla. Capital One • Big Ten vs. SEC • Orlando, Fla. Gator • Big Ten vs. SEC • Jacksonville, Fla. Rose Bowl Game • BCS vs. BCS • Pasadena, Calif. Tostitos Fiesta • BCS vs. BCS • Glendale, Ariz. JANUARY 3 Orange • BCS vs. BCS • Miami JANUARY 4 Allstate Sugar • BCS vs. BCS • New Orleans JANUARY 6 GMAC • MAC vs. Sun Belt • Mobile, Ala. JANUARY 7 AT&T Cotton • Big 12 vs. SEC • Arlington, Texas JANUARY 8 Papajohns.com • Big East vs. SEC • Birmingham, Ala. JANUARY 9 Kraft Fight Hunger • Pac-10 vs. WAC • San Francisco JANUARY 10 Tostitos BCS National Championship Game • Glendale, Ariz.

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME IDAHO FOOTBALL COACHES BY WINNING PERCENTAGE

Dee Andros, left, and Chris Tormey, right, are Charter Members of the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame. Andros was at Idaho for three seasons before a legendary career at Oregon State vaulted him onto the national stage. Tormey, who also played for the Vandals, led Idaho to its first bowl victory by winning the 1998 Humanitarian Bowl. 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 1986-88 53-21-0 1989-94 36-23-0 1982-85, 2006 33-23-0 1995-99 8-5-1 1920-21 4-2-1 1900-01 28-22-2 1902-06, 1910-14 16-14-2 1922-25 6-3-3 1907-08 20-24-0 1970-73 13-17-0 1965-67 3-4-0 1909 10-10-4 1926-28 20-30-0 1929-34 2-3-0 1919 11-16-1 1962-64

3 seasons 6 seasons 5 seasons 5 seasons 2 seasons 2 seasons 10 seasons 4 seasons 2 seasons 4 seasons 3 seasons 1 season 3 seasons 6 seasons 1 season 3 seasons

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

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 1916-17 13-20-1 1947-50 7-12-0 1941-42 16-25-3 1974-77 7-13-0 1968-69 15-29-0 1978-81 18-32-4 1935-40 11-26 200722-51-2 1954-61 7-19-1 1951-53 11-35-0 2000-03 5-18-0 2004-05 1-4-1 1915 2-15-0 1945-46 0-5-0 1894-95, 1897-98 0-4-0 1899

2 seasons 4 seasons 2 seasons 4 seasons 2 seasons 4 seasons 6 seasons current 8 seasons 3 seasons 4 seasons 2 seasons 1 season 2 seasons 4 seasons 1 season

.385 .371 .368 .364 .350 .341 .333 .297 .293 .259 .239 .217 .167 .117 .000 .000

Keith Gilbertson, at left, has the best winning percentage of any coach in Vandal history after going 28-9 (.757) in three seasons. John L. Smith, at right, has more victories at Idaho then any other coach with 53 in a six-year Vandal heading coaching career.

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME IDAHO FOOTBALL COACHES YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944

Coach Overall G.E. Higgins 0-2-0 G.E. Higgins 0-1-0 No Team G.E. Higgins 0-1-0 G.E. Higgins 0-1-0 Morse 0-4-0 F.D. Herbold 1-0-0 F.D. Herbold 3-2-1 J.G. Griffith 1-3-1 J.G. Griffith 3-1-0 J.G. Griffith 2-1-0 J.G. Griffith 5-0-0 J.G. Griffith 2-4-0 J. R. Middleton 4-1-1 J. R. Middleton 2-2-2 John S. Grogan 3-4-0 J.G. Griffith 4-2-0 J.G. Griffith 4-3-0 J.G. Griffith 2-2-0 J.G. Griffith 3-3-0 J.G. Griffith 2-3-1 C.M. Rademacher 1-4-1 W.C. Bleasmaster 3-5-0 W.C. Bleasmaster 2-3-0 No Team Ralph Hutchinson 2-3-0 Thomas Kelley 4-2-0 Thomas Kelley 4-3-1 Robert Mathews 3-5-0 Robert Mathews 5-2-1 Robert Mathews 5-2-1 Robert Mathews 3-5-0 Charles F. Erb 3-4-1 Charles F. Erb 4-2-2 Charles F. Erb 3-4-1 Leo B. Calland 4-5-0 Leo B. Calland 4-7-0 Leo B. Calland 3-4-0 Leo B. Calland 3-5-0 Leo B. Calland 3-4-0 Leo B. Calland 2-4-0 Ted Bank 2-7-0 Ted Bank 3-7-0 Ted Bank 4-3-1 Ted Bank 6-3-1 Ted Bank 2-6-0 Ted Bank 1-7-1 Francis Schmidt 4-5-0 Francis Schmidt 3-7-0 no team no team

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Conf. Fin.

Don Robbins’ 1971 team won the Big Sky Conference Championship.

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

8th 3rd 4th 6th t6th 3rd t6th t7th 10th 8th t8th 9th 8th 9th 10th 5th 7th 10th 10th 10th 9th

Year 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

Coach Overall J.A. Brown 1-7-0 J.A. Brown 1-8-0 Dixie Howell 4-4-0 Dixie Howell 3-6-0 Dixie Howell 3-5-0 Dixie Howell 3-5-1 Babe Curfman 2-7-0 Babe Curfman 4-4-1 Babe Curfman 1-8-0 Skip Stahley 4-5-0 Skip Stahley 2-7-0 Skip Stahley 4-5-0 Skip Stahley 4-4-1 Skip Stahley 4-5-0 Skip Stahley 1-9-0 Skip Stahley 1-9-0 Skip Stahley 2-7-1 Dee Andros 2-6-1 Dee Andros 5-4-0 Dee Andros 4-6-0 Stephen Musseau 5-5-0 Stephen Musseau 4-6-0 Stephen Musseau 4-6-0 Y.C. McNease 5-5-0 Y.C. McNease 2-8-0 Don Robbins 4-7-0 Don Robbins 8-3-0 Don Robbins 4-7-0 Don Robbins 4-7-0 Ed Troxel 2-8-1 Ed Troxel 4-5-2 Ed Troxel 7-4-0 Ed Troxel 3-8-0

Conf. Fin 1-5-0 8th 0-5-0 10th 1-4-0 9th 1-5-0 9th 1-4-0 9th 1-1-1 5th 0-3-0 9th 1-3-0 8th 0-3-0 9th 1-2-0 7th 0-4-0 9th 0-4-0 9th 0-3-0 9th 0-3-0 9th

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

t1st 2nd t2nd t1st 4th t3rd 1st 5th 3rd t4th 2nd t4th

Year 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

Coach Jerry Davitch Jerry Davitch Jerry Davitch Jerry Davitch Dennis Erickson 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

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

Conf. 2-4-0 2-5-0 4-3-0 0-7-0 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

Fin t5th t5th t2nd 8th 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

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Offensive guard Mike Iupati graduated from Idaho in the spring of 2010 as the most decorated Vandal in school history. A senior season during which he garnered consensus All-American status and was an Outland Trophy finalist, led to his being taken as the 17th player by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2010 NFL draft. That made him the second Vandal to go in the first round and the second highest ever. He was a first-team selection of the Walter Camp Football Foundation, the Football Writers Association of American, the American Football Coaches Association and the Associated Press. He was invited to both the Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine Game as well as the Texas vs. U.S. All-Star game. A native of American Samoa, he is the first person in his family to earn a college degree. 1957 1965 1966 1969 1976 1979 1982 1983 1985 1986 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989

Jerry Kramer Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Jerry Hendren John Yarno Kyle Riddell Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Eric Yarber Tom Hennessey John Friesz John Friesz Greg Hale Brian Smith Steve Unger Mark Schlereth Marvin Washington John Friesz

1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991

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

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Guard Running back Running back Receiver Center AP 1st Team Defensive tackle Quarterback AP 2nd Team Quarterback KDK, AP 1st Team Receiver KDK 1st Team Linebacker FN 2nd Team Quarterback AP 2nd Team Quarterback KDK, TSN 1st; AP 2nd Offensive tackle WC 1st Team Defensive back FBG 1st Team Center AP 2nd Team Offensive guard TSN 2nd Team Defensive end AP, FBG 3rd Team Quarterback AP, KDK, TSN, FBG 1st Coaches Choice I-AA Player of the Year FBG Offensive Player of the Year Wide receiver AP, TSN, FBG 1st Team Center FBG 1st, AP 3rd Offensive tackle TSN 2nd Team Receiver FBG 3rd Team Defensive tackle AP, FBG 3rd Team Wide receiver AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st Running back FB Gaz. 1st, AP, TSN 2nd Defensive back FBG, TSN 3rd Defensive end FBG 3rd Team Wide receiver AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st Team Defensive end FBG 1st, AP, TSN 2nd

1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1992 1993

Tom Sugg Ela Ala’ilima-Daley Doug Nussmeier Jody Schnug Jeff Robinson Yo Murphy Chris Schneider Jody Schnug Doug Nussmeier

Punter Tight end Quarterback Offensive tackle Defensive end Wide receiver Offensive guard Offensive tackle Quarterback

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

Center Running back Offensive tackle Running back Offensive tackle

1994 1994 1994 1994 1995

Kyle Gary Ryan Phillips Ryan Woolverton Duke Garrett Ryan Phillips

Wide receiver Defensive end Kicker Linebacker Defensive end

1995 1995 2001 2006 2008

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

Linebacker Wide receiver Defensive end Cornerback Punter

2009 Mike Iupati

Offensive guard

FBG 1st, AP 2nd FBG 2nd FBG HM FBG Honorable Mention AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st team AP, TSN, WC 1st team TSN 2nd Team TSN 2nd Team AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st TSN Walter Payton Player of the Year TSN, WC 1st, AP 2nd AP 2nd TSN 2nd AP, AFCA, TSN, FBG 1st team TSN 1st team, AP FBG 2nd team TSN 2nd team, FBG HM AP, FBG 2nd team FBG, TSN HM FBG, TSN HM AFCA, FBG, 1st team AP, 3rd team FBG, honorable mention FBG, honorable mention TSN!, 2nd team all-freshman SI.com, honorable mention WC, TSN!, ESPN 1st AP, second; Rivals.com, third WC, FWAA, AFCA, AP 1st TSN 2nd

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO PLAYER HONORS ~ ALL-STAR GAMES

These three charter members of the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame had multiple all-star game appearances. Jerry Hendren, left, had the most with three by playing in the Senior Bowl, Coaches All-American and College All-Star games. Ray McDonald, one of two Vandals to be drafted in the first round of the NFL draft, played in the East-West Shrine and Senior games, and Doug Nussmeier, one of two Vandals to win the Walter Payton Award, played in the Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Game. 1925 1927 1929 1931 1933 1935 1935 1938 1945 1947 1949 1954 1956 1957 1957 1957 1957 1963 1965 1966 1966 1966 1966 1969 1969 1969

John Vesser End Chuck Diehl Guard Gordon Diehl Elmer Martin John Norby Norm Iverson Theron Ward Richard Trzuskowski Morris Kline Billy Williams Carl Kiilsgaard Burdette Hess Dick Foster Jerry Kramer Guard Jerry Kramer Guard Larry Aldrich Wayne Walker Linebacker, center Jim Moran Joe Dobson Ray McDonald Tailback Ray McDonald Tailback Ron Porter Dick Arndt Jerry Hendren Receiver Jerry Hendren Receiver Jerry Hendren Receiver

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East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine Senior Bowl East-West Shrine East-West Shrine Senior Bowl Senior Bowl East-West Shrine Senior Bowl Coaches All-American Senior Bowl Senior Bowl Coaches All-American College All-Star

1971 1972 1976 1976 1977 1982 1989 1989 1989 1992 1993 1993 1994 1996 1996 1998 1998 1999 1999 2001 2001 2002 2003

Fred Riley Ken Muhlbeier John Yarno John Yarno Joe Pellegrini Sam Merriman John Friesz John Friesz Lee Allen Jeff Robinson Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier Eddie Howard Ryan Phillips Ryan Phillips Joel Thomas Joel Thomas Mao Tosi Mao Tosi John Welsh John Welsh Blair Lewis Jake Scott

Linebacker Quarterback Quarterback Receiver Defensive end Quarterback Quarterback Punter Defensive end Defensive end Running back Running back Defensive tackle Defensive tackle Quarterback Quarterback Tailback Offensive tackle

2007 2009

David Vobora Mike Iupati

Linebacker Offensive guard

Center Center

American Bowl East-West Shrine Senior Bowl East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine East-West Shrine Blue-Gray All-Star Blue-Gray All-Star Senior Bowl Senior Bowl East West-Shrine Blue-Gray All-Star Blue-Gray All-Star Senior Bowl East-West Shrine Senior Bowl East-West Shrine Senior Bowl Blue-Gray Classic Paradise Bowl Paradise Bowl Gridiron Classic All-American Classic East-West Shrine Senior Bowl

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PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Big West Offensive Most Valuable Players 1998 Running back Joel Thomas (co-player) Big West Defensive Most Valuable Players 1999 Linebacker Chris Nofoaiga 2000 Nose tackle Wil Beck (co-player)

Big Sky 1976 1982 1983 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1995

Center Quarterback Quarterback Linebacker Wide receiver Quarterback Quarterback Quarterback Running back Defensive end Quarterback Defensive end Defensive end

John Yarno Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Tom Hennessey Eric Yarber John Friesz John Friesz John Friesz Devon Pearce Jeff Robinson Doug Nussmeier Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips

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.

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As a three-time MVP in the Big Sky Conference, quarterback John Friesz earned his place among the best players ever at Idaho.

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

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MULTIPLE FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS Three-time selections

Ron Linehan John Friesz Jeff Robinson Sherriden May Ryan Phillips Rick DeMulling

Linebacker 1969-71 Quarterback 1987-89 Defensive end 1990-92 Running back 1991-93 Defensive end 1994-96 Offensive tackle 1998-2000

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

Two-time selections

Dick Arndt J.C. Chadband Ken Dotson Steve Duncanson Kasey Dunn Greg Hale Jerry Hendren Tom Hennessey Ken Hobart Gus Irving Rand Marquess

Defensive tackle Fullback Defensive back Tight end Wide receiver Offensive line Wide receiver Linebacker Quarterback Halfback Linebacker

1965-66 1974-75 1967-68 1974-75 1990-91 1987-88 1968-69 1985-86 1982-83 1920-21 1971-72

Running back Linebacker Defensive back Running back Offensive line Linebacker Defensive end Running back Center Linebacker Wide receiver Wide receiver

1965-66 1965-66 1989-90 1970-71 1992-93 2004-05 1965-66 1996, 98 1988-89 2006-07 1996-97 1984-85

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)

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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

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MOST VALUABLE OFFENSIVE PLAYER MAX KOMAR 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

QB RB C QB RB QB C QB WR RB QB RB QB QB QB TE TE WR QB WR WR WR WR TE WR RB OL WR WR QB WR RB RB RB WR WR TB TB WR WR RB HB WR

Steve Olson Fred Riley Ken Muhlbeier Rick Seefried Mark Fredback Dave Comstock John Yarno Craig Juntunen Kirk Allen Glen White Ken Hobart Russell Davis Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Scott Auker Scott Auker Eric Yarber Scott Linehan Neosia Morris John Jake Lee Allen Kasey Dunn Elia Ala’ilima-Daley Yo Murphy Joel Thomas Jody Schnug Kyle Gary Dwight McKinzie Ryan Fien Antonio Wilson Joel Thomas Michael Moody Willie Alderson Chris Lacy Josh Jelmberg Zach Gerstner Jayson Bird D.J. Smith Wendell Octave Deonte` Jackson Eddie Williams Max Komar

JOHN FRIESZ MVP AWARD NATHAN ENDERLE Lewiston, Idaho Silsbee, Texas Pasco, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Pocatello, Idaho Spokane, Wash. Saratoga, Calif. Malad, Idaho Fort Sill, Okla. Kamiah, Idaho Renton, Wash. Kamiah, Idaho Kamiah, Idaho Kamiah, Idaho Fruitland, Idaho Fruitland, Idaho Los Angeles, Calif. Sunnyside, Wash. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Poulsbo, Wash. Leavenworth, Wash. Idaho Falls, Idaho Port Angeles, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Sacramento, Calif. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Simi Valley, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Port Angeles, Wash. Long Beach, Calif. Nampa, Idaho San Jose,Calif. Kennewick, Wash. Canby, Ore. Shelley, Idaho Houston, Texas St. James, La. Warren, Ark. San Mateo, Calif. Auburn, Wash.

KATHY CLARK SCHOLAR ATHLETE ADAM JURATOVAC

2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Rick Giampietri Brad Rice Kody Kraus Brian Lindgren Tim Bertalot Jayson Bird Jayson Bird T.J. Conley Adam Juratovac

Spokane, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Rexburg, Idaho Walla Walla, Wash. Portland, Ore. Shelley, Idaho Shelley, Idaho Walla Walla, Wash. Palo Alto, Calif.

1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

WR WR DE LB LB T QB RB WR QB DE QB RB DE DE WR RB DE TB WR LB TB WR LB LB S HB QB

MOST VALUABLE DEFENSIVE PLAYER AARON LAVARIAS

Jerry Hendren Spokane, Wash. Jerry Hendren Spokane, Wash. Tim Reese Chattaroy, Wash. Ron Linehan Sunnyside, Wash. Rand Marquess Wenatchee, Wash. Bob Van Duyne Seattle, Wash. John Friesz Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Devon Pearce Portland, Ore. Kasey Dunn Poulsbo, Wash. Doug Nussmeier Lake Oswego, Ore. Jeff Robinson Spokane, Wash. Doug Nussmeier Lake Oswego, Ore. Sherriden May Tacoma, Wash. Ryan Phillips Auburn, Wash. Ryan Phillips Auburn, Wash. Antonio Wilson Los Angeles, Calif. Joel Thomas Port Angeles, Wash. Mao Tosi Anchorage, Alaska Willie Alderson Nampa, Idaho Chris Lacy San Jose, Calif. Jordan Kramer Parma, Idaho Zach Gerstner Canby, Ore. Bobby Bernal-Wood Seattle, Wash. Cole Snyder Kamiah, Idaho David Vobora Eugene, Ore. Shiloh Keo Everett, Wash. Eddie Williams San Mateo, Calif. Nate Enderle North Platte, Neb.

WAYNE ANDERSON COACHES AWARD MIKE IUPATI 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Avery Slaughter David Griffin Jeff Pankratz Willie Alderson Greg Robertson Mike Roberg John Welsh Chad Troxel Chad Troxel Brian Yarno Mike Anderson Luke Smith-Anderson Taylor Rust Mike Iupati Mike Iupati

Seattle, Wash. Fontana, Calif. Boise, Idaho Nampa, Idaho Smithfield, Utah Spokane, Wash. Oak Forest, Ill. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Redmond, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Boise, Idaho Anaheim, Calif. Anaheim, Calif.

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

LB DT DT DT DT DB DE LB DB DT DE LB DB LB DB LB LB LB DE LB DB DE DE DE LB DE DE LB DT LB LB NT LB LB DT LB LB CB LB DE DE

Ron Linehan Billy Cady Mike Newell Lloyd Grimsrud Bill Keilty Bill Keilty Chris Tormey Chris Tormey Rick Linehan Mark McNeal Larry Barker Sam Merriman Kelly Miller Sam Merriman Boyce Bailey Ed Rifilato Tom Hennessey Tom Hennessey Pete Wilkins Jerry Medved Charlie Oliver Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Jason Shelt Ryan Phillips Ryan Phillips Jason Shelt Tim Wilson Ryan Skinner Chris Nofoaiga Wil Beck Brad Rice Jordan Kramer Brian Howard Cole Snyder Cole Snyder Stanley Franks David Vobora Josh Shaw Aaron Lavarias

Sunnyside, Wash. St. Maries, Idaho Twin Falls, Idaho Portland, Ore. Glendora, Calif. Glendora, Calif. Spokane, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Sunnyside, Wash. Cheney, Wash. Medford, Ore. Tucson, Ariz. Valencia, Calif. Tucson, Ariz. Idaho Falls, Idaho Long Beach, Calif. Boise, Idaho Boise, Idaho Spokane, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Kennewick, Wash. Auburn, Wash. Auburn, Wash. Kennewick, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Tacoma, Wash. Veradale, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Parma, Idaho Kent, Wash. Kamiah, Idaho Kamiah, Idaho Long Beach, Calif. Eugene, Ore. Spokane, Wash. Woodinville, Wash.

VANDAL PRIDE STRENGTH AWARD TRE`SHAWN ROBINSON 2008 2009

Devon Sturdivant Tre`Shawn Robinson

Boise, Idaho Upland, Calif.

SPECIAL TEAMS IRONMAN DEVON STURDIVANT 2008 2009

Andrew Blevins Devon Sturdivant

Spokane, Wash. Boise, Idaho

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HEC EDMUNDSON MOST INSPIRATIONAL DE`MAUNDRAY WOOLRIDGE 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

G Eivind Resa Twin Falls, Idaho QB Gary Johnson Fullerton, Calif. G Jerry Smythe Burley, Idaho HB Bob Dehlinger Inglewood, Calif. E Jim Norton Fullerton, Calif. RB Mike Sheeran Boston, Mass. RB Dick Mooney Elk Grove, Calif. RB Galen Rogers Clarkston, Wash. RBk Rich Naccarato Spokane, Wash. QB Mike Monahan Walla Walla, Wash. G Jerry Campbell Spokane, Wash. T John Daniel Spokane, Wash. RB Jim Pearsall Orofino, Idaho RB Rob Young Spokane, Wash. G Tom Nelson Orange, Calif. G John Durham Yakima, Wash. NG Steve Barker Spokane, Wash. QB Rick Seefried Spokane, Wash. DB Bucky Bruns Prosser, Wash. DB Johnny Sims Pittsburgh, Pa. G Mike Kramer Colton, Wash. T Wil Overgaard Boise, Idaho C Joe Kramer Colton, Wash. WR Kirk Allen Malad, Idaho DB Rick Linehan Sunnyside, Wash. QB Rocky Tuttle Gold Beach, Ore. LB/P Chris Brockman Logan, Utah RB Terry Idler Malta, Mont. DB Carlton McBride Alquippa, Pa. DB Kelly Miller Valencia, Calif. LB Sam Merriman Tucson, Ariz. TE Kurt Vestman Bainbridge Island, Wash. G Lance West Seattle, Wash. WR Eric Yarber Los Angeles, Calif. G Matt Watson Seattle, Wash. WR Eric Yarber Los Angeles, Calif. WR Brant Bengen Bellingham, Wash. DE Nolan Harper Pasco, Wash. WR John Jake Los Angeles, Calif. DB Ernest Sanders Pasco, Wash. G Mark Schlereth Anchorage, Alaska DB Brian Smith Pittsburgh, Pa. RB/TE Todd Hoiness Hoquiam, Wash. QB Steve Nolan Seattle, Wash. DE Gerry Keating Wenatchee, Wash. DL Jay Mills Marysville, Wash. TE Paul Burke Detroit, Mich. LB Josh Fetter Buckley, Wash. LB Dave Longoria Everson, Wash. TE Andy Gilroy Puyallup, Wash. RB Joel Thomas Port Angeles, Wash. DE Nick Alexakos Concord, Calif. DE Mao Tosi Anchorage, Alaska LB Rick Giampietri Spokane, Wash. LB Brad Rice Lewiston, Idaho DE Dennis Taeatafa San Diego, Calif. S Simeon Stewart Tacoma, Wash. DL Brandon Kania Pasco, Wash. RB Tracy Ford Bellevue, Wash. LB Jo`Artis Ratti Los Angeles,Calif. TE Eddie Williams San Mateo, Calif. DE Taylor Rust Boise, Idaho RB De`Maundray Woolridge Keller, Texas

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SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR TREY FARQUHAR 1974 1975 1976 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

Collie Mack Steve Duncanson Ralph Lowe Jerry Medved Ernest Sanders Jim Medved Richard Carey Mark Matthews Roman Carter Shanta Williams Dave Longoria Joel Thomas Joel Thomas Montrell Williams Tom Pace Mike O’Neal Mike O’Neal Rick Giampietri J.J. Johnston Chris Nofoaiga Brad Rice Jordan Kramer Brian Yarno Josh Bousman Mike Barrow David Vobora Robert Davis Eric Hunter T.J. Conley Trey Farquhar

Hawthorne, Nev. Moscow, Idaho Meridian, Idaho Tacoma, Wash. Pasco, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Portland, Ore. Pacoima, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Everson, Wash. Port Angeles, Wash. Port Angeles, Wash. Amarillo, Texas Mesa, Ariz. San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Spokane, Wash. Kirkland, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Parma, Idaho Redmond, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Ventura, Calif. Eugene, Ore. Simi Valley, Calif. Pasco, Wash. Walla Walla, Wash. Redlands, Calif.

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

DE DE C OG DT OG DT C LB LB WR C C RB OG DT LB S OL C C C C DT

Kord Smith Marvin Washington 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

Boise, Idaho Dallas, Texas Seattle, Wash. 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.

OFFENSIVE SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR TAYLOR DAVIS 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Jeff Pankratz Nick Alexakos 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

Boise, Idaho Concord, 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.

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

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

Seattle, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho 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

SPECIAL TEAMS SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR BEN GARNETT 2008 2009

Rayce Bird Ben Garnett

Shelley, Idaho Joseph, Ore.

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

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 Armitage, 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 2008Aschenbrenner, Rudolph 1936-39 Aschenbrenner, Tony 1939-42 Ashbaugh, Jack 1959 Ashley, Quin 2007Askew, Matt 2005-06 Asplund, Douglas 1970-71 Atkinson, 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

156

B

Babcock, Chris 1986-87 Bacca, Curtis 1982-84 Backer, Jim 1972-73 Baer, Alvin 1945-46 Bailey, A.P. “Pearls” 1893-94 Bailey, Boyce 1980-84 Bailey, Kama (Sheldon) 2008Bailey, Kevin 1982-86 Bain, William C. 1968-70 Baird, John 1925-26 Baker, Jim 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 Bassett, 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 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

LARRY ALDRICH 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 2008Broomwill, 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 Bucklin, 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 Burke, Paul 1991-94 Burns, Robert O. “Bobbie” 1911-15

KEN HOBART Busch, Mark Bushley, Alvin E. Busse, Thomas E. Butikofer, Michael Butler, Jevon Byers, Herb

1970-73 1963-67 1974-75 1979-80 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 Cash, 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

FOOTBALL 2010

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Charles, Brian William Chatfield, Richard A. Chaudler, Charles Cheek, Robert Cheyne, Arthur “Shorty” Chrape, George Christensen, Steven Andrew Christian, Glen Christianson, John Christoff, Andrew James Christy, Dave Chubb, Arthur Joseph Clairmont, Ryan Clark, Dale Clark, Desmond Clark, Douglas Steele Clark, William Henry Classon, David Spencer Clawson, Brad Clawson, Edward Arnold Clayton, Terry Clements, George Ronald Clerieuzio, Dick Cleveland, Matt Clute, Richard Cobb, Jason Cobley, Arnold Cochrane, Scott Arthur Cockrell, Brian Cody, William Roy Coffey, Travis Coffin, Charlie Cole, Bruce Allen Coles, Tim Coley, James Collins, Dennis M. Collins, Douglas Collins, Robert Colquist, Ray Coman, Greg Comstock, David Emerson Comstock, George Frank Conley, Nick Conley, T.J. Conlon, Timothy Edward Cook, Cassius C. Cook, Dale Cook, William Kirby Cooke, Kelly Joe Coombs, Larry Coombs, Thomas Coombs, Tom Cooper, John Cordon, Douglas Corkery, John Cosgrove, Michael Costello, John Cotta, Tony Couch, Jason T. (mgr.) Courage, William Kelly Cousineau, Thomas Charles Cowan, Bobby Cowan, David Cowen, John Cox, Ken Cox, Marvin Cox, Mike Cox, Paul James Cozzetto, Daniel Craig, Peter Cramer, James Allen Cranston, John Cravens, Stephen Eugene Crawford, John Fredrick Crawford, Terry Nolan Crick, Ron Cripe, Larry Duane Crnich, David Lloyd Crnick, Craig William

1975-76 1966-69 1940-41 1928-29 1937-38 1968-69 1949-52 1946-48 1963-64 1957-58 1966-69 1995-96 1941-42 2004-05 1969-70 1974-76 1963-64 1977-78 1966-70 1967 1956-57 20091970-71 2001-03 1922-23 1973-74 1989-91 1968-72 1993-96 1982-83 1971-72 1972-76 2004 1976-77 1975-76 1948-51 1975-78 1972-76 1971-72 2007-08 2005-08 1970-71 1910-11 1955-56 1970-72 1970-71 1979-80 1980-81 1980-82 1934-37 1932-34 1929-31 20081955-56 1980-82 1997-99 1970-73 1960 20091987-88 1992-94 1955-56 1984-87 1975-76 1977-79 1893-95 1961-63 1955 1967 1968-69 1970-71 1984-85 1968-69 1970-73 1974-76

FOOTBALL 2010

Crookham, Bill Cross, Larry Crowley, Henry “Hank” Crown, Steve Croy, John Curcio, Jay Fredrick Curtis, Rex Cygler, Mark

D

1953-54 1958 1940-43 1987-89 1959 1970-74 1909-10

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, Michael 1988-90 Davis, Preston 2008Davis, Ray 1940-43 Davis, Robert 2003-06 Davis, Ronald Walter 1966-71 Davis, Russell 1978-82 Davis, Ryan 2005-06 Davis, Wayne “Flash” 1923-24 Davison, Gifford “Gif” 1924-26 Day, Randall Willard 1968-69 Dayton, Wendell 1934-36 Dean, Ed 1997-2000 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 Dickson, Joseph (JoJo) Diedmont, Bill Diehl, Charles “Chuck” Diehl, Gordon Samuel Diehl, Greg Diehl, Lester Diehl, Ted (William) Dillon, Randy Joe Dilulo, Fabian Dingle, Bertram “Pip” Dingle, Hedley DiNuovo, Tom Dittman, Clarence Dixon, David Allen Dobbins, Richard Scott Dobson, Joseph Leonard Doctor, Frank Fay Dodson, Daryll Ray Donner, J.P. Donovan, Jack Dorn, Randolph Issac Dorris, Tray Dorry, Floyd Doss, Darwin Vernon Dotson, Kenneth Wayne Doty, Timothy Doud, Thomas Lee Douglas, Stephen C. Dowdy, Craig Dowdy, Jerome Dowling, Bud Downes, Ryan Downs, Edward Doyle, Gary Doyle, Thayne Duff, Clinton Dunbar, Frank Duncan, Danny Duncansen, Steve Dunford, Kenneth Brooks Dunn, Kasey Durham, Harold Durham, John Douglas Durrough, James Duskin, Cory Dwyer, Dennis Patrick Dykes, Dan Dykman, Dale

1988-89 20071938-42 1925-28 1927-30 1979-83 1950-52 1947-50 1968-69 1979-80 1916-18 1913-16 1957-60 1928-30 1966-67 1960-61 1962-66 1968-72 1972-73 1894-95 1937-40 1973-74 1986-88 1989-93 1960-63 1965-69 1971-72 1949-52 1986-88 1973-74 1957-59 2000-03 1955-56 1988-92 1925-26 1961 1977-78 1972-76 1960 1988-92 1937-40 1967-71 1996-99 1992-93 1963-64 2004-05 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 Elder, Monty Eldridge, George Casey Elton, James “Jim” Emerson, Chuck Emerson, Ken Enderle, Nathan Engelking, Rex Entenmann, David Felix Eogett, Clarence Erickson, Dennis Erickson, Laune Erickson, Ralph “Lief” Erik, Pierre Espinoza, Carmen Espinoza, Joe

1925-26 1956-57 1909-11 1960 1893-94 2003-05 1958-59 1952-55 1931-33 1968-69 1975-76 1961-63 1977-81 1970-73 1909-10 1955-56 1952-54 20071939-41 1973-74 1900-03 1979-80 1940-41 1925-26 1996-97 1981-82 1958-59

Estes, Kyle Eucker, Jeff Eugene, Michael Joseph Evan, Don (mgr.) Evans, Bob Evans, Edwin Lee Evans, Grover C. “Grove” Evans, James Brian Evans, John Evero, Ighe Everson, Benjamin P.J. Eyler, Bob

F

1979-80 1965--68 1958-59 1955-56 1965-66 1916-22 1964-68 1942-48 1997-2001 1971-72 1957-59

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 2008Ferguson, 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 Forrily 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 1986-89 Frohnen, David 1979-83 Fromm, Paul Dean 1968-69 Frost, John Chris 1975-76

Frost, Steve Frostenson, Theodore R. Fry, Raymond Fryhover, Todd Fuertes, Anthony

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 2007Greer, Keith 2002-06 Gregg, Kurt 2002

157

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

Gregory, Earl Gregory, John Grey, Bobby Griffin, David Griffin, Frank Griffin, Nate Griffin, Paul Griggs, Avery Grimes, Kelly B. 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

H

1936-39 1949 1997-2000 1993-97 1901-03 2000 1981-83 1994-96 1977-78 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

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 2008Harper, 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

158

Harvey, Matthew Harvey, Philip Lance Hasenoehrl, James Hasfurther, Mike Hatch, James Hathaway, John Bruce Hatchett, Robert III Hatterman, Larry Hausen, Charles B. “Dad” Hawke, Randell Hawley, Warren Hayes, Samuel D. “Jack” Haynes, Marlon Hays, James B. Hays, Jay Hays, Jon Heacock, Ryan Head, Alan Evans, Jr. Heap, Elmer Hecomovich, Pete Hedrick, Wallace Edward Hegbloom, Vanner Michael 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 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 Honena, Lawrence Honsowetz, Russell Hooper, Richard James Hopkins, Barry Horbaczewski, Bob Horton, George E. “Cap”

20091962-63 1979-80 1945-50 1968-71 20091956-57 1922-25 1958 1955-57 1913-17 2006 1909-11 1978-82 1955-56 2004-07 1970-72 1945-46 1940-43 1966-67 1963-64 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 1948-50 1971-72 1951-55 1934-35 1950-53 20091982-84 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 1933-36 1971-72 1973-77 1997-98 1899-03

CARL KIILSGAARD 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

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”

J

Jackley, Brock Jackson, David Deonte` Jackson Jackson, Kedrick Jackson, Shawn Jackson, Steve Jackson, Thomas Jacob, Glenn “Red”

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

1978-82 2006 1945-46 1959 1933-35 1950-51 1919-22 1957-60 2006-09 1933-36

1966-71 1987-90 20071984-88 1980-84 1982-87 1915-18 1925-28

RYAN PHILLIPS

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, 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, 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, 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 1959-60 Jones, Reggie 2004-06 Jones, Ronald S. 1973-74 Jones, Steven Douglas 1960 Jones, Vernon Roberts 1965-66 Jones, Wally 1979-83 Jordan, Jeff 1989-93 Jordan, Michael Donald 1960-64 Jordon, Leo 1945-46 Jorgenson, Eric 1984-88 Jorgenson,Todd 1993-94 Juba, Robert James 1968-70 Juma, Kevin 1983-85 Juntunen, Craig 1976-77 Juratovac, Adam 2006Jurelin, Richard Arthur (mgr.) 1960-64

K

Kaczmarek, Ray Kamelevicz, Tony Karlberg, Ronald Karlsson, Kurt Ame Kania, Brandon Kashetta, William F. Katz, Scott Kays, George Kearns, Bill Keating, Gerry Keilty, William Bryan Keiper, Ed Kelleher, Thomas Gerard Keller, William Kelly, Larry Pat Keo, Shiloh Kelso, Sandy

1937-39 1937-40 1958-59 1970-71 2001-04 1972-73 1985-86 1895-1900 1990-92 1974-76 1940-42 1976-77 1972-73 1965-66 20061966-67

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 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.) La Jeunesse, John

1946-47 1994-97

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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 2008LaRoche, Ed 1959 Larsen, Kenneth H. 1949-52 Larson, Gustus L. 1904-08 Larson, Lonny Loyle 1968-69 Last, William 1945-48 Lavarias, Aaron 2007Lavens, 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 Leary, 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 Lindgren, 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 1915-17 Long, Chester 1940-41 Long, Chuck 1987-88 Long, David Leslie 1972-73 Longoria, Dave 1992-96 Lopez, Daniel “Dan” 1930-31 Love, Rick 1981-85 Love, Wunters (Chuck) Lewis 1974-76 Loveall, Calvin 1981-85 Lovell, Ronald Lowe, Ralph 1976-77 Luce, Gary Wayne 1962-63

Luke, Michael Wayne Lukes, Jay Lumbala, Rolly Lundstrom, Fritz Luper, Richard (mgr.) Lynam, Glenn

M

1970-71 1991-95 2004-07 1908-11 1972-76 1946-47

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, 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 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 2008McCormack, 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 2009McKinley, 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 Mealey, 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 Micklich, 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 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

N

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

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

159

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

Nichols, Fred Nichols, Nate Nichols, Ronald Nifong, George Nilsson, John Robert Nixon, George 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”

O

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”

P

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”

160

1940-42 2002-05 1948-49 1893-98 1960-61 1940-42 1997-2000 1987-91 1930-31 1931-34 1955-58 1987-88 1964-65 1957-60 2004-07 20081957-58 1990-94 1937-38 1932-35

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

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 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

Q

Quinn, Lawrence “Larry”

R

Rabehl, Brian (mgr.) Rae, Ben Rafferty, Michael Ralph, Randy Ramer, Frank Ramos, Christopher Ramsey, DeAngelo Ramsey, Noah Ramsey, Paul Rana, Maurice Carl

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 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

1922-25

1999 1979-80 1979 1955-56 20092005-06 1989-93 1984-86 1971-72

Randall, 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 2009Reager, 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 Rice, 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 2008Robison, 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 Ruffin, J.R. Ruhl, Pete Ruleman, Wilbur C. Runyon, James Onnie Russell, Russell, Clifford Russell, Kyle Russell, Phillip Russell, Robert Byron Rust, Cory Bennett Rust, John Rust, Taylor Rutledge, Ryan, Paul

S

1960-65 2004 1983-85 1948-50 1962-63 1904-05 1959 1990-92 1959 1971-72 1989-90 2007-08 1895-96 1938-41

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 2007Saunders, 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 1970-71 Scotford, Bill (mgr.) 1953-54 Scott, Brian Phillip 1973-74 Scott, Jake 2000-03 Scott, Jim 1956-57 Scott, Robert 1996-97 Scott, Troy 1995-98 Scott, Tyler 2003 Scott, William James 1962-66 Seamster, Duval 2000 Sears, Orvil 1957-58 Secrest, Gerald Ralph 1971-72 Seefried, Richard Albert 1970-74 Seelig, Kent Chester 1962-63 Seidel, Chris 1981-82 Sekona, Fonomanu 2007Selman, Thomas James 1971-72 Seman, Steve 1980-84 Senescall, Paul 2007-

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 Smith, Harry C. “Silent” Smith, Henry M. “Hercules” Smith, Husan Smith, John Michael Smith, Kord Smith, Lee Smith, Lyle Smith, Lynn

1995-96 1953-57 1966-67 2007 2005-08 2002-03 20071968-69 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 20081957-58 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 20082006-07 2005 1994-95 1990-91 1945-46 1932-35 1940-41 1956-57 1965-70 1947-49 1901-04 1905-09 1998-99 1966-67 1986-89 2006-08 1936-39 1959-60

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 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

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Swenson, Al Swenson, Mitch Swillie, Charles Swivey, Gregory Swope, Charles Scott Symms, Steve

T

1978-81 1988-89 1982-83 1967 1956-60

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 1936-38 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 Thorne, 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 2009Toone, 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 Trower J.T. 1910-11 Troxel, Chad 2002-03 Trus, Thomas 1947-50

Trzuskowski, Richard 1936-39 Tucker, Thomas 1958-59 Tuten, 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

U

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 Vail, Darrel Eugene Valley, Kent Van Loan, Phil Vance, Allen Harold Vance, Phil VanderPol, Nate VanDuyne, Robert Scott Vanghn, William Thomas Veal, David Charles Veltung, Justin VeNard, William Joseph Venzke, Patrick Verdonk, Bill Vernier, Jesse Blaze Vervacke, Robert Vesco, Richard Vesser, Edwards Vesser, John Vest, Steven Walter Vestman, Kurt Vial, Sil Vinson, Kay Viro, Frank Vital, Troy Vobora, David Vohs, Dale Volke, Robert Vonderharr, Bobb

W

Waage, Ryan Wagar, Paul Walker, Gary Walk, Jerome F. Walker, Harvie Walker, Wayne Wall, Justin Wallace, Jeremy Wallace, Vic Waller, Darrell Walmsley, Wilford “Stud” Walsh, Andrew Walters, Stephen Michael Walton, Thomas Richard Wamer, James Thomas Wamsley, Brian Ward, Theron “Suitcase” Warren, Larry James Jr. Warren, Yaphet Warrick, Ronald Wartella, Bob Washington, Marvin Washington, Nelson Waskiewicz, Stanley Watkins, Sean

1959-61 1958-60 1959 1970-74 1979-80 2003-06 1970-73 1967 1971-72 20091963-64 1997-2000 1996-98 1970-71 1958-59 1981-82 1910-11 1922-25 1970-71 1982-84 1957-61 1955 1945-47 2008, 2004-07 1921-23 1941-43

2004 1957-60 20091935-36 1954-58 2004 1997-2000 1981-83 1953-54 1925-28 1946-47 1964-65 1962-63 1967-71 1991-94 1933-36 1971-72 1995-97 1964-65 1981-82 1988-89 1985-86 1941-42 1991-92

Watson, Bruce Lloyd Watson, Matt Webb, Michael Weber, John William Webster, Wallace (mgr.) Welch, James Lee Wellman, Jeff Wells, Sherril Lynn Welsh, John Welte, Jim Werner, Rob (mgr.) Werness, Taylor Robert West, Bruce West, Cedric West, J.E. West, Lance West, Pat Westlake, Norman Wheeler, James Milton Wheeler, Joe Whidden, Walter Douglas Whiles, Michael P. 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, Wes Williamson, Lloyd S. Willis, Howard Willott, George Wilson, Antonio Wilson, Charles “Chick” Wilson, Cole Wilson, Edgar Wilson, Everett Wilson, George Wilson, Pat William

1970-71 1981-86 1978-79 1963-64 1940-41 1970-73 1978-79 1960-61 1998-2001 1955-56 1979-80 1951-54 1993-94 1915-16 1981-85 1987-92 1956-57 1964-65 1934-36 1967-68 1961-65 1977-78 1919-22 20082000 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 20081975-76 1990-92 1981-82

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

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.

Z

Zeamer, Dan Zeller, Mike Zenk, Richard Zenk, Steve Zenkeritch, Leonard Ziegler, Larry Zimmerman, Bryan Zimmerman, Randy Zuber, Geoff Zundel, Brad

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

1984-86 1988-91 2001-04 1973-77 1925-26 1983-87 1983-86 1966-67 1985-87 1979-80 1939-40 1965-69

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 2005-06 1979-83 1955-58 1936-37 1996-98 1933-35 1993-95 1937-39 1990-91 1930-33 1970-71

161

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS RUSHING

YEAR 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

162

G 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

NAME CAR YDS AVG TD Flip Kleffner 68 330 4.9 Wilbur Gary 88 579 6.6 Wilbur Gary 78 454 5.9 Larry Norby 96 351 3.7 Ken Hall 103 414 4.0 June Hanford 49 272 5.6 Theron Nelsen 73 329 4.5 Mike Sheeran 85 344 4.0 1 Mike Mosolf 116 286 2.4 2 Rick Naccarato 87 329 3.7 2 Rich Naccarato 86 426 4.9 4 Ray McDonald 131 585 4.4 7 Ray McDonald 213 1,002 4.7 15 Ray McDonald (1) 259 1,329 5.1 14 Jim Pearsall 172 815 4.7 9 Rob Young 206 979 4.8 3 Frank Doctor 91 397 4.4 2 Fred Riley 187 879 4.7 Frank Doctor 164 772 4.7 3 Barrie Rembert 125 561 4.4 5 Darrell Mitchell 120 814 6.8 4 J.C. Chadband 147 758 5.2 5 Dave Comstock 124 659 5.3 8 Robert Brooks 157 770 4.9 8 Tim Lappano 139 846 6.1 3 Terry Idler 101 523 5.2 4 Glen White 178 907 5.0 3 Ken Hobart 209 829 4.0 7 Russell Davis 140 1,117 8.0 11 Kerry Hickey 113 529 4.7 7 Kerry Hickey 101 533 5.3 2 Marlon Barrow 114 612 4.0 9 Todd Hoiness 133 706 5.3 7 Steve Jackson 106 476 4.5 3 Todd Hoiness 111 486 4.4 6 Bruce Harris 150 779 5.2 6 Damon Daniels 168 676 4.0 8 Devon Pearce 267 1,393 5.2 15 Ronnie White 148 694 4.7 9 Sherriden May 237 1,111 4.7 21 Sherriden May (16) 221 1,267 5.7 20 Sherriden May(9) 231 1,370 5.9 9 Lavoni Kidd 146 621 4.3 2 Joel Thomas 222 1,148 5.2 14 Anthony Tenner 122 573 4.7 6 Joel Thomas 231 1,229 5.3 16 Anthony Tenner 179 764 4.3 9 Willie Alderson (19) 238 1,245 5.0 12 Blair Lewis 98 509 5.2 2 Blair Lewis (45) 176 930 5.3 11 Zach Gerstner (33) 256 1,186 4.5 5 Jayson Bird (61) 151 859 5.7 8 Rolly Lumbala 128 472 3.7 1 Brian Flowers 128 561 4.4 4 Deonte` Jackson (36) 240 1,175 4.9 7 Deonte` Jackson (89) 161 696 4.3 3 De`Maundray Woolridge (59) 171 979 5.7 18 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

PASSING LG

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

YEAR 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

G 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

NAME ATT COMP INT PCT George Eidam 84 34 14 .405 George Eidam 132 49 14 .371 Howard Willis 68 28 5 .412 Howard Willis 79 35 6 .443 Gary Kenworth 58 38 6 .655 Joe Espinoza 79 36 1 .456 Gary Farnworth 99 44 8 .444 Sil Vial 177 81 8 .458 Gary Gagnon 68 29 2 .426 Gary Gagnon 54 27 5 .500 Gary Mires 69 33 7 .478 Mike Monahan 147 60 8 .408 Joe Rodriguez 57 21 7 .368 John Foruria 141 57 8 .404 Steve Garman 75 33 6 .440 Steve Olson 365 183 21 .501 Steve Olson 229 112 14 .489 Steve Olson 228 95 15 .417 Rick Seefried 175 88 14 .503 Rick Seefried 102 49 12 .480 Rick Seefried 225 113 13 .502 Dennis Ballock 98 43 8 .439 Dave Comstock 144 63 9 .438 Craig Juntunen 65 33 2 .508 Craig Juntenen 150 79 6 .527 Jay Goodenbour 127 68 9 .535 Rob Petrillo 104 43 7 .413 Ken Hobart 145 59 9 .407 Ken Hobart 179 81 6 .453 Ken Hobart 418 221 8 .529 Ken Hobart 477 268 19 .562 Scott Linehan 318 191 10 .601 Rick Sloan 229 156 11 .681 Scott Linehan 407 231 12 .568 John Friesz (4) 502 311 14 .620 John Friesz (18) 397 220 17 .554 John Friesz 425 260 8 .612 Doug Nussmeier 204 125 7 .613 Doug Nussmeier (8) 384 230 11 .599 Doug Nussmeier (9) 333 206 9 .619 Doug Nussmeier (2) 304 185 5 .609 Brian Brennan(3) 200 116 4 .580 Eric Hisaw 214 121 10 .565 Ryan Fien (2) 455 267 12 .587 Brian Brennan 387 218 5 .563 John Welsh 182 98 10 .538 Greg Robertson 224 101 11 .451 John Welsh (8) 399 251 17 .629 John Welsh (15) 284 183 5 .644 Brian Lindgren (24) 382 240 10 .628 Brian Lindgren 246 147 8 .598 Michael Harrington (56) 342 225 11 .658 Steve Wichman (69) 401 226 18 .564 Steve Wichman 319 155 14 .486 Nathan Enderle 298 132 18 .443 Nathan Enderle (70, 76) 339 184 17 .543 Nathan Enderle (15, 28) 312 192 9 .615 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

YDS 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

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

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS RECEIVING YEAR 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

G 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

NAME REC YDS AVG Flip Kleffner 13 146 11.2 Frank Teverbaugh 18 172 9.6 Rog Randolph 13 116 8.9 Larry Aldrich 30 409 13.6 Bob Dehlinger 16 373 23.3 Jim Norton 15 188 12.5 Jim Norton 27 212 7.9 Reg Carolan 33 488 14.8 Reg Carolan 21 225 10.7 Verne Leyde 15 225 10.7 Verne Leyde 14 219 15.6 Joe Chapman 20 508 25.4 John Whitney 14 171 12.2 Tim Lavens 22 313 14.2 Jerry Hendren 49 526 10.7 Jerry Hendren 86 1,457 16.9 Jerry Hendren 95 1,452 15.3 Terry Moreland 46 576 12.5 Jack Goddard 28 327 11.7 Kevin Ault 23 295 12.8 Tim Coles 43 406 9.4 Tim Coles 22 334 15.2 Steve Duncanson 19 320 16.8 Kirk Allen 22 249 11.3 Kirk Allen 31 545 17.6 Jett Taylor 29 517 17.8 Jack Klein 32 533 16.7 Jack Klein 21 311 14.8 Vic Wallace 26 618 23.7 Tom Coombs 26 331 12.7 Ron Whittenburg 46 519 11.3 Ron Whittenburg 59 884 15.0 Scott Auker 72 834 11.6 Scott Auker 80 827 10.3 Neosia Morris 59 719 12.2 Neosia Morris 52 538 10.3 John Jake 46 675 14.7 Kasey Dunn 73 1,101 15.1 Kasey Dunn 88 1,164 13.2 Kasey Dunn (2) 85 1,263 14.9 Yo Murphy (2) 68 1,156 17.0 Kyle Gary 47 630 13.4 Kyle Gary (17) 65 1,132 17.4 Dwight McKinzie 50 850 17.0 Antonio Wilson (9) 65 1,203 18.5 Antonio Wilson (6) 77 910 11.8 Ryan Prestimonico 42 668 15.9 Jeffrey Townsley 37 449 12.1 Chris Lacy (48) 45 776 17.2 Chris Lacy (16) 65 1,045 16.1 Josh Jelmberg (17) 64 785 12.3 Orlando Winston (74) 55 807 14.7 Bobby Bernal-Wood (3) 96 938 9.8 D.J. Smith (19) 67 1,001 14.9 Wendell Octave 34 422 12.4 Max Komar 30 445 14.8 Eddie Williams (70) 54 687 12.7 Max Komar (23) 63 1,052 16.7 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

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TOTAL OFFENSE TD 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

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

YEAR G NAME TOTAL YARDS 1953 9 George Eidam 471 1954 10 Wilbur Gray 579 1955 10 Wilbur Gray 454 1956 10 Gary Johnson 708 1957 10 Howard Willis 933 1958 10 Gary Franworth 511 1959 10 Gary Farnworth 613 1960 10 Sil Vial 926 1961 9 Mike Mosolf 450 1962 9 Rich Naccarato 357 1963 9 Gary Mires 533 1964 10 Mike Monahan 1,100 1965 10 Ray McDonald 1,002 1966 10 Ray McDonald 1,329 1967 10 Jim Pearsall 815 1968 10 Steve Olson 2,459 1969 10 Steve Olson 1,345 1970 10 Steve Olson 1,048 1971 11 Rick Seefried 895 1972 11 Rick Seefried 567 1973 11 Rick Seefried 1,202 1974 11 Dennis Ballock 858 1975 11 Dave Comstock 1,589 1976 11 Robert Brooks 770 1977 11 Robert Taylor 998 1978 9 Jay Goodenbour 864 1979 10 Glen White 889 1980 11 Ken Hobart 1,912 1981 11 Ken Hobart 2,134 1982 11 Ken Hobart 3,280 1983 11 Ken Hobart 3,800 1984 11 Scott Linehan 2,601 1985 9 Rick Sloan 1,896 1986 11 Scott Linehan 3,279 1987 11 John Friesz (2) 3,489 1988 10 John Friesz (1) 2,751 1989 11 John Friesz 3,853 1990 6 Doug Nussmeier 1,643 1991 11 Doug Nussmeier (3) 3,460 1992 11 Doug Nussmeier (2) 3,028 1993 11 Doug Nussmeier (5) 3,514 1994 10 Brian Brennan 1,846 1995 10 Eric Hisaw 1,958 1996 11 Ryan Fien (2) 3,597 1997 10 Brian Brennan (16) 2,668 1998 9 John Welsh 1,560 1999 8 Greg Robertson 1,204 2000 11 John Welsh (7) 3,199 2001 8 John Welsh (34) 2,154 2002 10 Brian Lindgren (30) 2,666 2003 11 Brian Lindgren (67) 2,035 2004 12 Michael Harrington (79) 2,089 2005 11 Steve Wichman (41) 2,547 2006 12 Steve Wichman (61) 2,191 2007 10 Nathan Enderle (95) 1,712 2008 12 Nathan Enderle (85) 2,055 2009 11 Nathan Enderle (27) 2,851 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

APG 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

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING

YEAR 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

164

G 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

NAME RUSH REC RET TOTAL Kirk Allen 32 249 285 566 Robert Taylor 810 124 335 1,269 Terry Idler 523 13 391 927 Rocky Tuttle 42 346 235 623 Ken Hobart 829 0 0 829 Russell Davis 1,117 199 0 1,316 Vic Wallace 103 923 605 1,631 Ron Whittenburg -13 884 0 871 Eric Yarber 28 817 254 1,099 Eric Yarber 51 1,103 198 1,352 Brant Bengen 0 995 540 1,535 John Jake 0 734 358 1,092 John Jake -1 675 337 1,011 Lee Allen 0 1,168 156 1,324 Devon Pearce 1,393 196 0 1,589 Kasey Dunn 0 1,263 0 1,263 Sherriden May (13) 1,111 362 147 1,620 Sherriden May (3) 1,267 331 296 1,894 Sherriden May (15) 1,370 233 31 1,634 Dwight McKinzie 0 850 291 1,141 Joel Thomas 1,148 318 0 1,474 Antonio Wilson 0 910 228 1,138 Joel Thomas 1,229 180 0 1,409 Anthony Tenner 764 22 26 812 Willie Alderson (12) 1,195 420 200 1,815 Chris Lacy (18) 27 1,045 530 1,602 Blair Lewis (64) 930 203 0 1,133 Zach Gerstner (41) 1,157 309 2 1,468 Jayson Bird 859 93 3 955 D.J. Smith (100) -3 1001 0 998 Brian Flowers 561 161 14 736 Deonte` Jackson (86) 1,175 153 0 1,328 Kama Bailey (85) 18 60 963 1,041 Max Komar 28 1,052 123 1203 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

SCORING

AVG 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

YEAR G NAME TD FG PAT PTS 1959 10 Ron Ismael 0 4 5 17 1960 10 Reg Carolan 3 0 1* 20 1961 9 Mike Mosolf 2 0 0 12 1962 9 Galen Rogers 3 0 0 18 9 Gary Mires 3 0 0 18 1963 10 Galen Rogers 6 0 0 36 1964 10 Ray McDonald 7 0 0 43 1965 10 Ray McDonald 15 0 0 90 1966 10 Ray McDonald 15 0 0 90 1967 10 Jim Pearsall 9 0 0 54 1968 10 Jerry Hendren 14 0 0 84 1969 10 Jerry Hendren 12 0 0 72 1970 11 Ricardo Castillo 0 9 23 50 1971 11 Ricardo Castillo 0 11 24 57 1972 11 Steve Tanner 0 5 16 31 1973 11 Steve Tanner 0 10 32 62 1974 11 Dennis Ballock 8 0 0 48 1975 11 J.C. Chadband 8 0 0 48 11 Dave Comstock 8 0 0 48 1976 11 Robert Brooks 8 0 0 48 1977 11 Lance Hubbard 9 0 0 54 1978 10 Terry Idler 5 0 0 30 1979 11 Pete O’Brien 0 8 20 44 1980 11 Ken Hobart 7 0 1* 44 1981 11 Russell Davis 12 0 0 72 1982 11 Tim McMonigle 0 10 38 68 1983 11 Tim McMonigle 0 9 44 71 1984 11 Tim McMonigle 0 15 40 85 1985 11 Brian Decicio 0 14 40 82 1986 11 Brian Decicio 0 12 36 72 1987 11 Brian Decicio 0 15 38 82 1988 10 Thayne Doyle 0 15 32 77 1989 11 Thayne Doyle 0 12 28 74 1990 11 Devon Pearce 17 0 0 102 1991 11 Thayne Doyle 0 8 45 69 1992 11 Sherriden May (1) 25 0 0 50 1993 11 Sherriden May (3) 22 0 0 32 1994 11 Ryan Woolverton (8) 0 14 54 96 1995 10 Ryan Woolverton 0 12 32 68 1996 11 Joel Thomas 15 0 2 92 1997 11 Troy Scott 0 12 32 68 1998 11 Joel Thomas 16 0 2* 100 1999 11 Ben Davis 0 10 34 64 2000 11 Willie Alderson (26) 15 0 0 90 2001 10 Anthony Tenner 10 0 0 60 2002 10 Blair Lewis (58) 12 0 0 72 2003 12 Zach Gerstner 7 0 1 44 2004 11 Jayson Bird 8 0 1 50 2005 11 Mike Barrow 0 16 21 69 2006 12 Tino Amancio 0 12 23 59 2007 12 Tino Amancio 0 14 30 72 2008 12 Tino Amancio 0 8 29 53 2009 13 De`Maundray Woolridge (T23) 18 0 0 108 *Two-point conversion • (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS KICKOFF RETURNS YEAR 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

G 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

NAME NO YDS LG Dick Mooney 23 491 Ron Kulm 8 189 Mike Whiles 6 126 Joe McCollum 5 115 Joe McCollum 9 228 Joe McCollum 18 299 Rudy Linterman 22 459 Jeff Guillory 15 331 Jeff Guillory 16 329 Kelley Courage 13 240 Rodney Maynard 17 373 Collie Mack 13 314 Collie Mack 16 333 Collie Mack 28 597 40 Tim Lappano 13 222 58 Robert Taylor 16 401 100 Robert Taylor 16 335 53 Terry Idler 17 391 Wally Jones 17 339 Dean Davis 8 175 Vic Wallace 12 251 22 Vic Wallace 19 396 38 Mike Johnston 17 327 Brant Bengen 21 547 89 Brant Bengen 9 149 Brant Bengen 17 373 45 John Jake 17 356 37 Richard Carey 15 365 42 Jeff Jordan 18 338 29 Roman Carter 20 490 100 Ronnie White 7 148 25 Lavoni Kidd 9 167 27 Sherriden May 15 296 40 Montrell Williams 18 447 100 Dwight McKinzie 12 289 37 Tom Pace (14) 32 839 79 Jeffrey Townsley (45) 25 581 72 Jerome Thomas 16 362 41 Chris Lacy 15 419 92 Chris Lacy (31) 15 349 45 Chris Lacy (36) 22 530 54 Cedric Thompson (42) 37 836 63 Matt Miller (62) 23 503 64 J.R. Ruffin (72) 36 751 59 Antwaun Sherman 19 367 34 Raymond Fry (95) 26 475 31 Dewey Hale 42 903 63 Kama Bailey (71) 41 955 43 Kama Bailey 22 453 33 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

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PUNT RETURNS AVG 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

YEAR 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

G 10 NA 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 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 8 12 12 11 13

NAME Jim Norton

NO 9

YDS 59

LG

AVG 6.2

Ron Kulm 2 58 58 Ron Kulm 3 112 Bill Scott 4 50 Bill Scott 6 105 Bill Scott 10 140 Dick Nelson 3 67 Ken Dotson 14 146 Ken Dotson 8 263 Terry Moreland 26 260 Terry Moreland 28 126 Kelly Courage 23 302 Darnell Streeter 25 193 Darrell Mitchell 10 101 Chris Mooney 5 46 20 Greg Coman 11 49 11 Greg Coman 6 29 12 Greg Coman 18 66 12 Rick Linehan 9 75 Rocky Tuttle 6 116 Dave Jeranko 8 104 61 Clavin Loveall 15 113 30 Vic Wallace 20 209 42 Mike Johnston 18 201 Eric Yarber 11 224 Eric Yarber 13 184 Brant Bengen 19 167 41 Richard Carey 17 124 21 Richard Carey 17 281 56 Lee Allen 16 130 35 Roman Carter 24 220 38 Walter Saunders 32 232 28 Walter Saunders 22 249 40 Kyle Gary 29 229 42 Kyle Gary 23 225 82 David Griffin 26 194 29 David Griffin 31 248 35 Antonio Wilson (37) 18 188 36 Vern Benard 25 298 91 Vern Benard 32 246 20 Tim Sams 19 77 16 Orlando Winston 22 134 19 Cedric Thompson (71) 29 242 55 Rod Bryant 26 130 39 Jimmy Labita 14 118 45 Wes Williams (83) 16 80 30 Wes Williams 15 53 18 Shiloh Keo (6) 19 319 100 Kama Bailey 9 8 0.9 Shiloh Keo 13 133 10.2 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

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

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS INTERCEPTIONS

YEAR 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

166

G 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 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 12 12 11 12 12 12 13

NAME NO YDS TD Michael Whiles 2 23 Ron Kulm 2 17 Five tied with one Bill Scott 5 107 Byron Strickland 4 56 1 Gerald Ahlin 3 28 Byron Strickland 3 38 0 Joe Tasby 3 37 0 Ken Dotson 9 44 1 Pat Sprute 3 24 0 Bob Juba 3 91 0 Pat Sprute 5 36 0 Ross Nelson 6 65 0 Ross Nelson 5 118 0 Randy Hall 4 68 0 Bucky Bruns 4 66 0 Bill Keilty 4 12 0 Bill Keilty 3 75 0 Chuck Love 3 21 0 Chris Frost 3 Rick Linehan 5 46 0 Rick Linehan 4 76 0 Ray McCanna 5 65 0 Carlton McBride 4 70 0 Boyce Bailey 4 15 0 Greg Jennings 4 3 Sam Merriman 3 8 0 Lloyd Williamson 3 31 0 Tom Hennessey 3 Steve Simpson 3 Steve Simpson 3 22 0 Tom Hennessey 8 16 0 Virgil Paulsen 6 93 1 Kevin Johnson 3 36 0 Virgil Paulsen 3 4 0 Jerry Medved 3 21 0 Charlie Oliver 3 0 0 Charlie Oliver 7 47 0 Charlie Oliver 6 163 0 Sherriden May 3 153 2 David Gistarb 4 40 0 Cole Wilson 2 42 0 Jeff Hill 5 56 0 Jason O’Neil 4 94 1 Jason Shelt 2 0 Bryson Gardner 2 0 Bryson Gardner 4 29 0 Bryson Gardner 4 44 0 Cleavon Bradshaw 5 19 0 Cleavon Bradshaw 3 14 0 Brad Rice 2 0 0 Sergio Robleto 2 0 0 Rod Bryant 2 13 1 Kody Kraus 2 5 1 Rod Bryant 2 25 0 J.R. Ruffin 3 17 0 Simeon Stewart 3 38 0 D.J. Dykes (T25) 4 37 0 Stanley Franks (1) 9 220 1 Shiloh Keo (T61) 4 65 0 Isaac Butts (T96) 3 41 0 Shiloh Keo 3 8 0 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

PUNTING LG

12 38 11 28

0 98 24 48 18 39 15 14 0 0 15 5 22 17 28 20 98 25 25 7

YEAR 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

G NAME NO YDS AVG 9 Flip Kleffner 23 944 41.1 10 George Eidam 39 1,316 34.0 10 Howard Willis 18 644 35.3 10 Howard Willis 18 720 40.0 10 Ken Hall 18 826 44.8 10 Jim Norton 35 1,208 34.5 10 Jim Norton 61 2,138 35.0 10 Reg Carolan 23 936 40.6 9 Mike Mosolf 51 1,719 33.6 9 Tom Nelson 36 1,266 35.1 9 Mickey Rice 43 1,723 40.0 10 Mickey Rice 54 2,284 42.2 10 Joe Rodriguez 36 1,535 42.1 NA 10 Rudy Linterman 39 1,502 38.5 10 Ron Davis 50 2,120 42.4 10 Ron Davis 55 2,178 39.6 11 Ron Davis 88 3,642 41.3 11 Steve Hunter 73 3,057 41.8 11 Steve Hunter 31 1,371 44.2 11 Steve Tanner 53 2,009 37.9 11 Steve Tanner 56 2,285 40.8 9 Bob Cheek 56 2,145 38.3 11 Paul Cox 56 2,205 39.4 11 Ralph Lowe 54 2,227 41.2 9 Dion Jergo 43 1,650 38.4 11 Dion Jergo 29 1,263 43.6 11 Chris Brockman 62 2,565 41.4 11 Pete O’Brien 50 1,976 39.9 11 Pat Ball 65 2,396 36.7 11 Darin Magnuson 48 1,782 37.1 11 Darin Magnuson 53 2,152 40.6 11 Darin Magnuson 24 950 39.6 11 Darin Magnuson 45 1,690 37.6 11 John Pleas 43 1,747 40.6 10 John Pleas 34 1,205 35.4 11 Joe Carrasco 52 2,171 41.8 11 Joe Carrasco 53 2,141 40.4 11 Tom Sugg 53 2,371 44.7 5 Erich Gaedeke 14 598 42.4 11 Eddie Howard 37 1,620 43.8 11 Eddie Howard 50 1,968 39.4 10 Justin Spiva 51 2,054 40.3 11 Mike O’Neal 46 1,684 36.6 11 Mike O’Neal 59 2,499 42.2 11 Mike O’Neal 50 2,031 40.6 11 Justin Spiva 72 2,934 40.8 11 Ryan Downes 58 2,081 35.9 11 Ryan Downes 46 1,805 39.2 12 Ryan Downes (34) 56 2,338 41.8 12 Ryan Downes (37) 64 2,702 42.2 12 Mike Barrow 75 2,890 38.5 11 Mike Barrow (28) 43 1,811 42.1 12 T.J. Conley (66) 67 2,640 39.4 12 T.J. Conley (60) 67 2,730 40.7 12 T.J. Conley (1) 58 2,751 47.4 13 Bobby Cowan * 43 1,850 43.0 * didn’t average enough punts per game for NCAA ranking (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

LG 82

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

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 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

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

NAME

SOLO

AT

Kjel Kiilsgaard 116 50 Rick Linehan o121 47 Rick Linehan 92 52 Larry Barker 97 28 Sam Merriman 111 40 Sam Merriman 145 75 Sam Merriman 125 60 Mark Tidd 90 58 Mike Cox 89 38 Tom Hennessey 107 41 Tom Hennessey 180 86 Jerry Medved 127 71 Jerry Medved 118 77 Roger Cecil 82 46 Mark Matthews 85 47 Will Saffo 94 53 Duke Garrett 129 81 Jason Shelt 148 99 Duke Garrett 87 39 Jason Shelt 74 43 Jason Shelt 128 92 Ryan Skinner 132 99 Ryan Skinner 119 88 Chris Nofoaiga 119 89 Chris Nofoaiga 111 76 Brad Rice 106 54 Jordan Kramer 124 62 Mike Anderson 97 44 Cole Snyder (10) 136 76 Cole Snyder T6) 139 98 David Vobora (7) 134 101 David Vobora (3) 148 89 Virdell Larkins 82 70 Shiloh Keo (T41) 113 72 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

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

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TOTAL

SACKS

YEAR 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

G

NAME

SACKS

11 Sam Manoa 8 11 John Andrews 3 11 John Andrews 3 11 Nolan Harper 6.5 11 Pete Wilkins 12 10 Marvin Washington 14.5 11 Mike Zeller 8.5 11 Jeff Robinson 16 11 Jeff Robinson 20 11 Jeff Robinson 13.5 11 Ahmani Johnson 7.5 11 Ryan Phillips 13.5 11 Ryan Phillips 11 9 Ryan Phillips 9 11 Tim Wilson 11½ 11 Chris Nofoaiga 11 11 Chris Nofoaiga 10 10 Ryan Knowles 6 11 Brandon Kania 7 11 Tali Atoe 6 12 Kody Kraus 5 11 Brandon Kania 6 11 Cole Snyder 5 11 Josh Bousman 5 12 Charles Campbell 3 6 Jo`Artis Ratti 3 12 Siua Musika 4 9 Jonathan Faraimo 4 12 Josh Shaw 3 13 Jonah Sataraka 4 13 Aaron Lavarias 4 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

YARDS

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

167

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME BESTS 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 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 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 6. 81 Darrell Mitchell vs. Idaho State 81 Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee

PASSING 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 9/5/81 9/17/94 9/17/77 10/18/30 11/23/96 11/15/75 10/3/81 9/2/00 11/17/73 10/26/02

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING 1.

347 347 3. 304 4. 269 5. 257 6. 241 7. 238 238 9. 236 10. 231 11. 223 12. 221

168

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 Willie Alderson vs. New Mexico State Chris Lacy vs. Boise State Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State

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 11/11/00 9/29/01 9/14/85

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 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 State Elia Ala’ilima-Daley from Steve Nolan vs. Cal State Chico 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 10/11/03 10/6/79 10/21/89 11/23/74 11/15/08 11/19/77 10/6/90 10/2/82

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE

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

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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

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

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 3. 54 Trey Farquhar at Nevada 4. 53 Ralph Lowe vs. Idaho State Ricardo Castillo vs. Weber State Tim McMonigle vs. Idaho State Mike Barrow vs. Louisiana Tech 5. 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 Tino Amancio vs. New Mexico State Tino Amancio at Hawai`i Trey Farquhar at San Jose State Trey Farquhar vs. Fresno State 6. 51 Ryan Woolverton vs. Southern Utah Tino Amancio vs. Cal Poly Tino Amancio vs. New Mexico State 7. 50 Tim McMonigle vs. Pacific Thayne Doyle vs. Weber State Ben Davis vs. Montana Ben Davis vs. Washington State Mike Barrow vs. Fresno State

10/30/93 9/11/93 10/31/98 10/24/09 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 11/18/00 10/25/08 11/22/08 10/10/09 11/7/09 9/3/94 9/8/07 10/25/08 9/18/82 10/22/88 9/9/00 9/23/00 10/22/05

169

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME BESTS RETURNS

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 100 Dennis Gibbs vs. UC Davis 10/11/97 2. 99 Jim Norton vs. Utah State 11/15/58 99 Dennis Gibbs vs. Nevada 10/24/98 4. 98 Stanley Franks at Utah State 9/30/06 5. 75 Randy Hall at Boise State 11/25/72 6. 74 JoJo Dickson vs. San Diego State 9/19/09 7. 71 Mike Anderson vs. Utah State 10/1/05 8. 70 Cal Hilgenberg at Brigham Young 11/11/55 9. 64 Calvin Loveall at Montana State 11/9/84 10. 61 D.J. Dykes vs. Arkansas State 11/5/04 11. 60 Walt Denny at Oregon 9/29/56 12. 44 Ron Linehan at Utah State 11/14/70

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 99 Dennis Gibbs vs. Boise State 11/21/97 2. 89 Chris Nofoaiga vs. North Texas 10/9/99 3. 74 Jo`Artis Ratti vs. Utah State 9/30/06 4. 62 Chris Nofoaiga vs. Washington State 9/18/99 5. 50 Dave Longoria vs. Eastern Washington 11/2/95 6. 46 Tim Trahan vs. Stephen F. Austin 9/2/92 7. 29 Ryan Phillips vs. Idaho State 10/1/94 8. 28 Cleavon Bradshaw vs. New Mexico State 10/30/99 9. 17 Barry Mitchell vs. Weber State 11/12/94 10. 4 Duke Garrett vs. Weber State 11/12/94 LONGEST PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN 1. 100 Shiloh Keo vs. Northern Illinois 9/22/07

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS RUSHING Carries Net yards Touchdowns PASSING Attempts Completions Completion percentage Yards Average per game Average per completion Touchdowns 1983 Interceptions Efficiency

33 1969 169.1 1993

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Yards Average per play Average per game

950 5,852 7.4 532.0

PUNTING Punts Yards Average

92 1970 3,767 1970 47.4 1991

170

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns Yards Average per return

623 1975 3,482 1975 37 1993 512 315 .633 4,117 374.3 18.2 33

61 2004 1,225 2004 22.4 1998

SCORING Points 522 1993 Average 47.5 1993 Touchdowns 72 1993 Field goals attempts 26 1997 Field goals made 16 2005 Field goal percentage .875 1985 Extra point attempts 72 1993 Extra points made 70 1993 Extra point percentage 100% 8 times (2007, 2006, 2002, 1993, 1986, 1983, 1982, 1969) Scoring margin average +22.7 1993 Worst scoring margin -31.7 1961

2002 1987 2004 1989 1989 1981 1993,

1985 1993 1993 1993 PUNT RETURNS Returns Yards Average per return

40 497 22.6

1972 1971 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

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS RUSHING

Carries 82 Nov. 16, 1976 Net yards 526 Sept. 5, 1981 Touchdowns 8 Nov. 30, 1965

vs. Weber State vs. Simon Fraser vs. Montana State

PASSING

Attempts 71 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Opponent 79 Sept. 17, 1994 at UNLV Completions 49 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Opponent 48 Sept. 17, 1994 at UNLV Yards 637 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Opponent 635 Sept. 17, 1994 UNLV Completion percentage 84.9 (29-34) Oct. 14, 1989 at Montana State Touchdowns 6, 12 times Sept. 21, 2002 last vs. San Diego State Interceptions 8 Oct. 26, 1968 at Washington

TOTAL OFFENSE

Plays 111 Oct. 5, 1968 vs. Pacific Yards 760 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Combined 1,445 * Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State *(Idaho 760, MTSU 685)

PUNTING

Punts 12, 7 times last, Aug. 30, 2001 (vs. Washington State) Average 51.0 Nov. 14, 1997 vs. New Mexico State

PUNT RETURNS

Returns 8, twice last, Oct. 26, 2002 (vs. Middle Tennessee) Yards 125 Oct. 17, 1998 at Utah State

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns 12 Nov. 18, 1967 Yards 297 Sept. 28, 1946

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FIRST DOWNS

Total 39 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Passing 33 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Rushing 32 Oct. 16, 1976 vs. Weber State

PENALTIES

Total 23 Oct. 10, 1992 Yards 204 Oct. 10, 1992 Opponents’ yards 200 Nov. 7, 1981

vs. Idaho State vs. Idaho State Northern Arizona (14)

FUMBLES

Total 10 Oct. 18, 1975 at Montana Fumbles lost 8, twice last, Oct. 2, 1954 vs. San Jose State Opponents’ fumbles 7 Oct. 23, 1965 Montana

ATTENDANCE

Kibbie Dome 17,600 Nov. 18, 1989 vs. Boise State Overall home 34,873 Sept. 18, 1999 vs. Washington State

SCORING

Points 83 1923 College of Idaho Opponents 84 Nov. 15, 1975 Washington State Touchdowns 12 1923 vs. College of Idaho Opponents 12 Nov. 15, 1975 Washington State Extra points 11 Nov. 13, 1993 vs. Lehigh Opponents 12 Nov. 15, 1975 Washington State Field goals 5 Nov. 3, 1984 vs. Northern Arizona Opponents 8 Oct. 25, 1986 Northern Arizona Most points in a quarter 35 Nov. 12, 1994 vs. Weber State Opponent 34 Nov. 2, 1968 Weber State Most points in a half 51 Nov. 12, 1994 vs. Weber State Opponent 56 Nov. 15, 1975 Washington State Highest tie 40-40 Nov. 8, 1975 at Weber State Most combined points 128 Oct. 6, 2001 Idaho 58 Middle Tennessee State 70

171

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS PASSING Percentage

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

Touchdown Passes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

DOUG NUSSMEIER Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

John Friesz Ken Hobart Ryan Fien John Friesz Ken Hobart

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

John Friesz Ken Hobart Ryan Fien John Friesz John Welsh Brian Lindgren Scott Linehan

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

John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier Scott Linehan

Average Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

172

John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier

Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien

(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

Best Touchdown Percentage (attempts per touchdown; minimum 75 attempts)

1987 1983 1996 1989 1982

502 477 455 425 418

1987 1983 1996 1989 2000 2002 1986

311 268 267 260 251 240 231

1989 1987 1996 1983 1991 2000 1982 1992 1993 1986

4,041 3,677 3,674 3,618 3,300 3,171 3,058 3,028 2,960 2,954

1989 1987 1996 1983 1991

367.4 334.3 334.0 328.9 300.0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Doug Nussmeier Brian Brennan Eric Hisaw Ken Hobart John Friesz

1993 1994 1994 1980 1989

Consecutive Games 300+ Yards 1.

John Friesz

1989

Passes Without An Interception 1.

John Friesz

1989

9.2 11.1 11.4 13.2 13.7 10 173

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Doug Nussmeier Steve Nolan Eric Hisaw John Friesz Brian Brennan Nathan Enderle Doug Nussmeier Rick Sloan Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Brian Lindgren

Interceptions Thrown 1. Steve Olson 2. Ken Hobart 3. Steve Wichman Nathan Enderle 5. John Friesz John Welsh Nathan Enderle

1993 1990 1994 1989 1994 2009 1992 1985 1991 2001 2003

175.2 164.2 164.1 161.4 157.8 157.3 154.1 148.8 147.8 147.4 144.3

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

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS 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

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

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

Average Per Game 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

(minimum 40 carries) Tim Lappano 1975 Russell Davis 1981 Terry Idler 1980 Robert Taylor 1976 Bob Mays 1949

8.41 7.98 7.14 7.01 6.80

Average Per Carry 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4.

Sherriden May Sherriden May De`Maundray Woolridge Joel Thomas

1992 1993 2009 1998

21 20 18 16

DE`MAUNDRAY WOOLRIDGE 5. Devon Pearce Ray McDonald 7. Ray McDonald Joel Thomas

1990 1965 1966 1996

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

Receptions Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Bobby Bernal-Wood Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Kasey Dunn Eric Yarber

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Antonio Wilson Lee Allen

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2004 1969 1990 1968 1991 1985 1997 1985 1989 1984 1992 1996

96 95 88 86 85 80 77 75 73 72 68 68

2004 1969 1968 1990 1991 1985

9.80 9.50 8.60 8.00 7.73 7.50

1968 1969 1991 1996 1989

1,457 1,452 1,263 1,203 1,168

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kasey Dunn Yo Murphy Kyle Gary Eric Yarber Kasey Dunn

1990 1992 1994 1985 1989

1,164 1,156 1,132 1,103 1,101

Average Per Reception 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(minimum 15 receptions)

Brian Allen David Jackson Joe Chapman Alan Allen Jack Klein Vic Wallace Keith Neal Vic Wallace Bob Dehlinger Ethan Jones

Touchdown Receptions 1. 2. 3.

5.

Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Max Komar Kyle Gary Brian Allen Antonio Wilson Alan Allen Kasey Dunn

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

1968 1969 2009 1984 1983 1997 1993 1989

14 12 11 11 11 10 10 10

MAX KOMAR Lee Allen 10. Eric Yarber Dwight McKinzie Robert Scott

1989 1985 1995 1996

10 9 9 9

Best Touchdown Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(receptions per TD; minimum 15 receptions) Keith Neal 1993 2.29 Alan Allen 1993 2.70 Brian Allen 1983 2.82 Curtis Johnson 1983 3.50 Collie Mack 1972 3.75

173

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSE TOTAL OFFENSE Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ken Hobart Ken Hobart John Friesz Scott Linehan Ryan Fien

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

John Friesz Ken Hobart Ryan Fien Doug Nussmeier John Friesz Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart Scott Linehan John Welsh

Average Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ZACH GERSTNER ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Zach Gerstner Devon Pearce Willie Alderson Ray McDonald Sherriden May Deonte` Jackson Sherriden May Joel Thomas

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

Sherriden May Willie Alderson Sherriden May Vic Wallace Sherriden May Chris Lacy Devon Pearce Brant Bengen Joel Thomas Zach Gerstner

Average Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

174

Sherriden May Willie Alderson Sherriden May Vic Wallace Sherriden May Jerry Hendren Ray McDonald

John Friesz Ken Hobart Ryan Fien Doug Nussmeier John Friesz

Average Yards Per Play

2003 1990 2000 1966 1992 2007 1994 1996

289 284 283 271 265 257 253 251

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

1993 2000 1994 1982 1992 1968 1966

172.2 165.0 148.6 148.3 147.3 145.7 145.7

1.

Doug Nussmeier

SCORING Total points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sherriden May Sherriden May De`Maundray Woolridge Devon Pearce Joel Thomas Ryan Woolverton

Average Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sherriden May Sherriden May Devon Pearce Joel Thomas Ray McDonald Ray McDonald

Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

Sherriden May Sherriden May De`Maundray Woolridge Devon Pearce Willie Alderson Joel Thomas Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Joel Thomas

PUNTING

1983 1982 1987 1986 1996

578 553 543 518 514

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

1989 350.3 1983 345.5 1996 328.1 1993 319.5 1987 317.2 1993

8.78

1992 1993 2009 1992 1998 1994

150 132 108 102 100 96

1992 1993 1990 1998 1966 1965

13.6 12.0 9.27 9.1 9.0 9.0

1992 1993 2009 1990 2000 1998 1966 1965 1996

25 22 18 17 17 16 15 15 15

T.J. CONLEY Total 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 7. 8. 9.

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

Ron Davis Mike Barrow Steve Hunter Justin Spiva T.J. Conley T.J. Conley Pat Ball Ryan Downes Chris Brockman

1970 2004 1971 1999 2007 2006 1982 2003 1980

88 75 73 72 67 67 65 64 62

Ron Davis Steve Hunter Justin Spiva Mike Barrow T.J. Conley T.J. Conley Ryan Downes T.J. Conley Chris Brockman Mike O’Neal

1970 1971 1999 2004 2008 2007 2003 2006 1980 1997

3,642 3,057 2,934 2,890 2,751 2,730 2,702 2,640 2,565 2,499

Average Yards Per Punt 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

(minimum 25 punts)

T.J. Conley Tom Sugg Steve Hunter Dion Jergo Bobby Cowan Joe Rodriguez Mike O’Neal Ron Davis

2008 1991 1972 1979 2009 1965 1997 1968

47.4 44.7 44.2 43.6 43.0 42.6 42.4 42.4

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VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS KICKING FIELD GOALS Attempted 1. 2.

4.

Troy Scott Ben Davis Brian Decicio Ryan Woolverton Brian Decicio

Made 1. 2.

5.

Mike Barrow Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Tim McMonigle Tino Amancio Ryan Woolverton Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio

1997 1998 1986 1994 1987

26 25 25 22 22

2005 1988 1987 1984 2007 1994 1990 1985

16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

Percentage

9.

1. 2.

4. 5.

Mike Hollis Ryan Woolverton Mike Hollis Trey Farquhar Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

Made 1. 2.

4. 5.

Mike Hollis Ryan Woolverton Mike Hollis Trey Farquhar Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

1993 1994 1992 2009 1991 1990

68 56 56 51 49 49

1993 1994 1992 2009 1991 1990

68 54 54 50 45 45

Percentage (minimum 20 attempts)

(minimum 10 attempts)

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

CONVERSIONS Attempted

Brian Decicio Mike Barrow Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Thayne Doyle Tino Amancio Troy Scott Tino Amancio Thayne Doyle

1985 2005 2007 1984 1988 2008 1996 2006 1990

87.5 84.2 77.8 75.0 71.4 70.8 70.6 70.6 70.0

1.

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

MIKE BARROW

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

Dewey Hale Kama Bailey Cedric Thompson J.R. Ruffin Tom Pace Collie Mack Raymond Fry Jeffrey Townsley Dick Mooney Matt Miller 11. Kama Bailey Chris Lacy Andy Linterman

Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kama Bailey Dewey Hale Tom Pace Cedric Thompson J.R. Ruffin Collie Mack

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2007 2008 2002 2004 1996 1974 2006 1997 1961 2003 2009 2001 1967 2008 2007 1996 2002 2004 1974

42 41 37 36 32 28 26 25 23 23 22 22 22 955 902 839 836 751 597

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Jeffrey Townsley Brant Bengen Chris Lacy Blair Lewis Matt Miller Dick Mooney

1997 1984 2001 2001 2003 1961

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

PUNT RETURNS 1.

3.

Vern Benard Walter Saunders David Griffin

1952 1999 1996 1984 1976 1967

28.0 27.2 26.2 26.0 25.1 24.9

1999 1991 1996

32 32 31

4. 7.

Cedric Thompson Kyle Gary Bill Williams Terry Moreland

Punt Return Yards

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Shiloh Keo Kelly Courage Vern Benard Richard Carey Ken Dotson 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

175

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS DEFENSE

STANLEY FRANKS

PASS DEFENSE Interceptions 1.

4. 5. 6.

Stanley Franks Ken Dotson Jim Norton Tom Hennessey Charlie Oliver Charlie Oliver Virgil Paulsen Ross Nelson Art Chubb Wayne Marquess

Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Stanley Franks Jim Norton Charlie Oliver Sherriden May Art Chubb Dennis Gibbs

TACKLES 2006 1968 1958 1985 1989 1990 1986 1971 1968 1968

9 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6

2006 1958 1990 1991 1968 1997

220 217 163 153 147 146

Average Per Return Charlie Oliver Art Chubb Stanley Franks Jim Norton Ross Nelson Carlton McBride

Pass Deflections 1. 2. 3. 4.

176

Charlie Oliver Miregi Huma Dennis Gibbs Cedric West Cleavon Bradshaw

1. 2.

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

1990 1968 2006 1958 1972 1980

27.2 24.5 24.4 24.1 23.6 21.8

1. 2. 3. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4.

(includes quarterback sacks)

Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson Chris Nofoaiga Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips

20 16 14 13 13

180 148 148 145 139 138 136 136 134 132 129 128

Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Marvin Washington Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson

1994 1991 1999 1992 1995

28.5 28 27 27 24

1991 1990 1988 1994 1992

20 16 14.5 13.5 13.5

MISCELLANEOUS DEFENSE Fumble Recoveries 1.

1990 1993 1999 1994 2000

1986 1993 2007 1981 2005 1979 1975 2004 2006 1997 1992 1996

Tackles For Loss

Quarterback Sacks

(minimum 4 interceptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

TOM HENNESSEY

3.

Barry Hopkins Greg Coman Four with

Fumble Return Yards 1. 2.

Chris Nofoaiga Dennis Gibbs

1976 1975

5 5 4

1999 1997

151 99

RYAN PHILLIPS

JEFF ROBINSON

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS PASSING

NATHAN ENDERLE

JOHN FRIESZ Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

John Friesz Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Nathan Enderle Scott Linehan Brian Lindgren Steve Olson

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

John Friesz Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart John Welsh Scott Linehan Brian Lindgren Nathan Enderle Steve Olson

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Doug Nussmeier John Friesz Ken Hobart John Welsh Scott Linehan Nathan Enderle Brian Lindgren Steve Olson Brian Brennan Nathan Enderle Mike Harrington Eric Hisaw Rick Seefried Rick Sloan Dave Comstock Wayne Anderson Jay Goodenbour Howard Willis

Average Per Game 1986-89 1980-83 1990-93 1998-2001 20071982-86 2001-03 1968-70

1,350 1,219 1,205 968

1986-89 1990-93 1980-83 1998-2001 1982-86 2001-03 20071968-70

801 746 629 584 549 513 508 390

947 841 822

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

John Friesz Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Nathan Enderle Ken Hobart Brian Lindgren Scott Linehan Steve Olson

Touchdown Passes

1990-93 10,824 1986-89 10,697 1980-83 9,300 1998-2001 7,401 1982-86 7,018 2007- 6,707 2001-04 6,451 1968-70 5,098 1994 -97 5,028 2007- 3,864 2002-05 3,567 1992-95 3,470 1971-73 2,845 1984-85 2,593 1972-75 2,213 1950-52 2,135 1978-79 1,504 1955-57 1,467

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

Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart John Friesz John Welsh Nathan Enderle Scott Linehan Brian Lindgren Brian Brennan

DOUG NUSSMEIER

1986-89 1990-93 1998-2001 20071980-83 2001-03 1982-86 1968-70

305.6 277.5 224.3 211.6 211.4 208.1 206.4 203.9

1990-93 1980-83 1986-89 1998-2001 20071982-86 2001-03 1994-97

91 79 77 55 52 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

(min. 150 attempts)

Doug Nussmeier Rick Sloan Brian Lindgren John Welsh John Friesz Scott Linehan Mike Harrington Brian Brennan Nathan Enderle Craig Juntunen

1990-93 1984-85 2001-03 1998-2001 1986-89 1982-86 2002-05 1994-97 20071976-77

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Doug Nussmeier Eric Hisaw John Friesz Brian Lindgren John Welsh Brian Brennan Rick Sloan Ken Hobart Scott Linehan Nathan Enderle Mike Harrington Mike Monahan Steve Olson Craig Juntunen

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

Steve Olson Nathan Enderle Ken Hobart John Friesz Rick Seefried John Welsh Nathan Enderle Doug Nussmeier

1990-93 154.4 1992-95 146.6 1986-89 138.8 2001-03 136.0 1998-2001 135.5 1994 -97 134.1 1984-85 133.4 1980-83 130.2 1982-86 129.8 2007- 122.37 2002-04 110.86 1963-64 100.5 1968-70 100.2 1976-77 95.7 1968-70 20071980-83 1986-89 1971-73 1998-2001 20071990-93

50 44 42 40 39 38 35 32

Best Interception Percentage (attempts per interceptions; minimum 150 attempts)

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

Pass Efficiency

61.9 61.5 61.0 60.3 59.3 58.0 57.8 54.9 53.5 52.1

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

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS RUSHING Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ken Hobart Ray McDonald Devon Pearce

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

JOEL THOMAS

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Willis Smith Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Deonte` Jackson Russell Davis Tim Lappano Zach Gerstner Anthony Tenner Ken Hobart Robert Brooks John Brogan J.C. Chadband Robert Taylor Bruce Harris Willie Alderson

1993-98 1992-94 1980-83 1964-66 1988-91

765 689 628 603 551

1993-98 1992-94 1929-32 1964-66 1988-90 20071978-81 1975-79 2000-03 1997-2001 1980-83 1974-78 1948-50 1973-75 1975-77 1987-89 1997-2000

3,929 3,748 3,029 2,916 2,724 2,258 2,200 2,196 2,115 2,010 1,826 1,714 1,662 1,582 1,548 1,494 1,452

18. Todd Hoiness 19. Fred Riley 20. Blair Lewis

1985-87 1,449 1970-71 1,439 2001-02 1,438

Average Per Carry

(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

Average Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sherriden May Ray McDonald Willis Smith Joel Thomas Deonte` Jackson Devon Pearce

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.

8.73 6.34 6.22 6.09 5.95

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Ken Hobart

1993-98 1992-94 1964-66 1988-90 1980-83

51 50 36 33 26

RECEIVING Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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 14. David Griffin 1993-96 15. Dwight McKinzie 1992-95 16. Kyle Gary 1983-84 17. Neosia Morris 1986-87 Bobby Bernal-Woods 2003-04 19. Ron Whittenburg 1982-83

Reception Yards 1. 2. 3. 4.

178

Kasey Dunn Jerry Hendren Chris Lacy Yo Murphy

1988-91 1967-69 1998-2001 1989-92

268 230 170 152 146 142 140 132 129 124 122 122 115 113 112 111 111 105 3,847 3,435 2,368 2,267

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lee Allen Antonio Wilson Max Komar Brant Bengen Dwight McKinzie Eric Yarber Scott Auker 12. Kyle Gary

1987-89 1996-97 2006-09 1984-86 1992-95 1984-85 1983-85 1993-94

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

2,199 2,113 2,108 2,075 2,050 1,920 1,920 1,762

KASEY DUNN 7.67 6.79 6.45 6.38 5.73 5.29

Average Per Reception (minimum 32 receptions)

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

Vic Wallace Alan Allen Brian Allen David Jackson Curtis Johnson Joe Chapman Keith Neal

1981-82 1990-93 1982-83 1987-89 1980-83 1963-65 1993-94

24.1 23.0 22.7 22.5 20.3 20.0 19.4

8. David Jackson 9. Dwight McKinzie 10. Jett Taylor

1988-89 1992-95 1977-78

19.1 18.1 17.0

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

Touchdown Receptions 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

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSE TOTAL OFFENSE Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier John Friesz Scott Linehan John Welsh Steve Olson

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

Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart John Friesz John Welsh Scott Linehan Brian Lindgren Brian Brennan

Average Per Game SHERRIDEN MAY SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sherriden May Joel Thomas Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Tim McMonigle Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Ben Davis Mike Hollis Neil Irving

1991-93 1993-98 1988-91 1985-87 1981-84 1964-66 1988-91 1998-2000 1992-93 1919-22

366 323 307 237 224 222 212 200 176 170

1991-94 1994-95 1964-66 1985-87 1988-91

8.32 7.80 7.40 7.18 7.14

1991-93 1993-98 1964-66 1988-91 1967-68 1980-83 1978-81 1987-89 1998-2001 1999-2000 1984-85 1973-75 1929-32

61 52 37 35 27 26 24 22 19 19 19 19 19

Average Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sherriden May Ryan Woolverton Ray McDonald Brian Decicio Thayne Doyle

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

Sherriden May Joel Thomas Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Jerry Hendren Ken Hobart Russell Davis Lee Allen Chris Lacy Willie Alderson Eric Yarber J.C. Chadband Willis Smith

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

Doug Nussmeier John Friesz Ken Hobart John Welsh Scott Linehan Brian Lindgren Steve Olson

RETURNS KICKOFF RETURNS 1980-83 1990-93 1986-89 1982-86 1998-2001 1968-70

1,847 1,556 1,459 1,223 1,167 1,016

1990-93 1980-83 1986-89 1998-2001 1982-86 2001-03 1994-97

12,027 11,126 10,187 7,578 7,550 6,354 5,027

1990-93 1986-89 1980-83 1998-2001 1982-86 2001-03 1968-70

308.4 291.1 252.9 229.6 222.1 198.6 194.1

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ray McDonald Ken Hobart Zach Gerstner Deonte Jackson Devon Pearce

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Sherriden May Joel Thomas Kasey Dunn Chris Lacy Brant Bengen Jerry Hendren Ray McDonald Zach Gerstner Willie Alderson Russell Davis Deonte Jackson Tim Lappano Lee Allen Vic Wallace

Average Per Game

1. 2. 3. 4.

Eric Yarber Jerry Hendren Vic Wallace Sherriden May Brant Bengen

1993-98 1991-94 1964-66 1980-83 2000-03 20071988-90

966 739 629 628 558 531 448

1991-93 1993-98 1988-91 1998-2001 1984-86 1967-69 1964-66 2000-03 1997-2000 1978-81 20071975-79 1987-89 1981-82

5,320 4,737 3,847 3,820 3,685 3,448 3,125 2,927 2,826 2,816 2,623 2,613 2,597 2,500

1984-85 1967-69 1981-82 1991-93 1984-86

128.9 114.9 113.6 111.7 111.7

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

Kama Bailey Chris Lacy Collie Mack Brant Bengen Jeffrey Townsley Richard Carey Jeff Guillory Kirk Allen

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

Chris Lacy Kama Bailey Collie Mack Brant Bengen Richard Carey Jeffrey Townsley Jeff Guillory Montrell Williams

200081998-2001 1972-74 1984-86 1997-00 1985-88 1967-69 1975-78

63 58 57 47 40 39 36 35

1998-2001 20081972-74 1984-86 1985-88 1997-00 1967-69 1994-95

1,452 1,408 1,244 1,069 920 886 760 760

Average Per Return (minimum 35 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Montrell Williams Jay Buhler Chris Lacy Richard Carey Antwaun Sherman Brant Bengen

PUNT RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

David Griffin Vern Benard Terry Moreland Cal Loveall Kyle Gary Brant Bengen

Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Vern Benard Shiloh Keo David Griffin Kyle Gary Brant Bengen Ken Dotson Richard Carey John Brogan

Average Per Return 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

John Brogan Shiloh Keo Bill Scott Shiloh Keo Rod Maynard Eric Yarber Ken Dotson

1994-95 1951-53 1998-2001 1985-88 2004-05 1984-86

34.2 26.9 25.0 23.6 23.4 22.7

1993-96 1996-98 1969-70 1981-84 1993-94 1984-86

60 59 54 42 38 37

1996-98 20061993-96 1993-94 1984-86 1967-68 1985-88 1948-50

556 511 478 454 424 413 412 412

1948-50 20071963-65 20061971-72 1984-85 1967-68

16.5 16.4 14.8 14.2 13.0 12.7 12.5

179

VANDALS

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS KICKING

PUNTING

MIKE HOLLIS CONVERSIONS Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Thayne Doyle Mike Hollis Tim McMonigle Brian Decicio Ben Davis

Made 1. 2.

4. 5.

Thayne Doyle Mike Hollis Tim McMonigle Brian Decicio Pete O’Brien

TIM MCMONIGLE

1988-91 1992-93 1981-84 1985-87 1999-2000

174 124 123 122 115

1988-91 1992-93 1981-84 1985-87 1978-81

160 122 122 114 105

(minimum 35 attempts)

180

Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Mike Hollis Keith Stamps Troy Scott Steve Tanner

20061981-84 1992-93 2001-02 1996-97 1972-74

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1.000 99.2 98.4 97.1 96.3 96.0

Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Ben Davis Tim McMonigle Tino Amancio Ricardo Castillo

Made 1. 2. 3.

5. 6.

Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

FIELD GOALS Attempted

Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Ben Davis Ricardo Castillo Ryan Woolverton

RYAN DOWNES

1988-91 1985-87 1998-2000 1981-84 2006-08 1969-71

75 63 55 52 48 47

1988-91 1985-87 2006-08 1981-84 1999-2000 1969-71 1994-95

49 41 34 34 32 26 26

Percentage Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Ryan Woolverton Mike Barrow Darrel Danielson

2006-08 1982-84 1988-89 1985-87 1994-95 2003-05 1965-67

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Ryan Downes T.J. Conley Ron Davis Darin Magnuson Mike O’Neal Wayne Anderson

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

T.J. Conley Ryan Downes Ron Davis Darin Magnuson Mike O’Neal Mickey Rice Mike Barrow Steve Tanner

2000-03 2005-08 1968-70 1983-86 1996-98 1950-52

224 220 193 170 155 120

2005-08 2000-03 1968-70 1983-86 1996-98 1962-64 20031972-74

9,242 8,926 7,940 6,574 6,214 4,850 4,701 4,586

Yards Per Punt

(minimum 35 attempts)

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

PUNTING Punts

70.8 65.4 65.3 65.1 65.0 64.1 63.6

(minimum 45 punts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Steve Hunter T.J. Conley Chris Brockman Eddie Howard Ralph Lowe Ron Davis

1971-72 2005-08 1979-80 1993-94 1976-77 1968-70

42.6 42.0 41.3 41.2 41.2 41.1

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS DEFENSE

SAM MERRIMAN TACKLES Total 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Sam Merriman Jason Shelt Tom Hennessey Duke Garrett Chris Nofoaiga David Vobora Brad Rice Mark Tidd Jerry Medved Cole Snyder Shiloh Keo Jordan Kramer Boyce Bailey Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips Larry Barker Ryan Skinner Roger Cecil

CHRIS NOFO QUARTERBACK SACKS

1979-82 1992-96 1983-86 1990-94 1997-2000 2004-07 1998-2001 1983-86 1985-88 2003-05 20061999-2002 1980-83 1989-92 1993-96 1977-80 1995-98 1987-90

519 461 390 360 355 342 314 313 312 306 297 290 285 277 275 272 271 264

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

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91 90 62 48½ 46 42

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips Barry Mitchell Tim Wilson John Sirmon

INTERCEPTIONS Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 4.

Charlie Oliver Tom Hennessey Ross Nelson Jim Norton Bryson Gardner 6. Virgil Paulsen Ken Dotson 8. Stanley Franks Mark Tidd Rick Linehan 11. Sam Merriman Pat Sprute Byron Strickland

STANLEY FRANKS

1989-92 1993-96 1993-96 1994-97 1989-91

57½ 39½ 28½ 25½ 23

1987-90 1983-86 1971-73 1957-59 1996-99 1984-87 1967-68 2006-07 1983-86 1975-78 1979-82 1969-71 1965-67

17 16 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9

AVERAGE PER INTERCEPTION RETURN (minimum 6 interceptions)

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

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

1971-73 2006-07 1981-84 1963-65 1957-59 2004-05 1979-80

PASS DEFLECTIONS 1. 2. 3. 6.

Charlie Oliver Jeff Jordan Dennis Gibbs Cleavon Bradshaw David Gistarb Terry Green Kris McCall

1987-90 1989-92 1997-2000 1999-2000 1991-92 1988-91 1989-90

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 1.

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Randy Hall Stanley Franks Cal Loveall Bill Scott Jim Norton D.J. Dykes Carlton McBride

5.

Kjel Kiilsgaard John Kirtland Sam Merriman Brad Rice Ryan Skinner Greg Coman Jason Shelt

1974-76 1974-76 1979-82 1998-2001 1995-98 1975-77 1992-96

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 2. 3.

Chris Nofoaiga Dennis Gibbs Cleavon Bradshaw

1997-2000 1997-2000 1999-2000

25.6 22.5 22.3 20.9 19.2 18.7 17.5 34 31 31 24 23 21 21 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 151 99 28

181

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ALL-TIME SCORES

1894 11/18 L NA L

1895 11/9

L

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS Washington State Lewiston Normal COACH: G.E. HIGGINS at Washington State

0-2-0 0-10 6-8

0-1-0 4-10

1896

11/25 L

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS at Spokane Athletic Club

0-1-0 6-10

1898

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS Only game was canceled

1899 10/28 NA NA NA

L L L L

COACH: MORSE at Washington State Whitman Wallace Athletic Club Lewiston Normal

1900

COACH: F.D. HERBOLD 10/27 W Washington (Spokane)

1901 10/19 10/25 11/6 11/20 11/28 12/20

W W T L L W

COACH: F.D. HERBOLD Lewiston Normal Washington State Oregon Whitman at Washington at Lewiston Normal

T W L L L

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Lewiston Normal Pacific at Washington State Washington at Whitman

W W L W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Washington State Montana at Washington Whitman

1902 10/9 10/16 10/24 11/10 11/25

1903 10/23 NA 11/26 NA

1904 10/21 W 11/5 L NA W

1905 NA NA 10/30 11/10 11/11

10/26 11/9 NA 11/29 NA NA

182

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH at Washington State at Washington at Whitman

0-4-0 0-11 6-16 NA NA

1-0-0 12-6

3-2-1

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

COACH: JOHN R. MIDDLETON 10/31 L Oregon 11/14 T at Washington State 11/26 T at Utah NA W Spokane YMCA NA W Bremerton Navy NA L Whitman

1909

1918

10/20 10/28 11/11 11/30 NA NA NA

41-2 50-0 8-0 5-0 9-0

2-4 0-12 0-10 5-6 9-16 10-5 23-0

3-4

COACH: W.C. BLEASMASTER 10/7 L Oregon State 11/4 L at Washington State 11/18 L Montana 11/25 W at Utah State NA L Gonzaga NA L Whitman NA W Idaho Tech NA W Albion (Idaho)

4-2

0-0 23-0 0-17 0-10 0-16

5-0 10-12 21-0

21-27 4-4 0-0 28-0 32-0 0-11

1916

1910

1911

2-1-0

2-2-2

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

10/20 10/27 11/03 11/10 11/24

1-3-1

32-0 28-0 0-5 36-0

5-21 5-4 0-0 11-0 22-0 25-0

1915

0-50 0-18 6-22 29-6 6-30 21-0 24-0

10/21 10/29 11/05 NA NA NA

3-1-0

4-1-1

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

11-5 5-0 0-0 0-10 0-10 22-0

5-0-0, 3-0 Northwest (1st)

1906

COACH: JOHN R. MIDDLETON 10/26 L Oregon 11/08 W Washington State 11/28 T at Washington NA W Whitman NA W Spokane Athletic Club NA W Coeur d’Alene High School

1908

No Team

1897

1907

W L L W W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH at Washington State Oregon at Washington Gonzaga Lewiston Normal Whitman

L L W L W W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Washington State Washington (at Spokane) Whitman at Utah Gonzaga Lewiston Normal Boise All-Stars

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

T L L L W W

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH Montana Oregon at Washington State Oregon State (at Portland) Gonzaga Whitman

1912 10/18 10/26 11/02 NA

1913 10/17 10/25 NA NA NA NA

1914 10/17 10/24 11/7 NA NA NA

9-5 0-29 0-29 46-6 52-0 5-0

4-3 0-17 0-17 5-0 0-17 22-19 40-5 31-0

2-2 13-0 0-24 0-3 13-6

2-3-1 3-3 0-27 0-3 52-3 29-3 9-20

2-3-1 0-0 0-13 0-3 0-26 5-3 7-0

1917

COACH: W.C. BLEASMASTER L Oregon State (at Pendleton) L at Oregon L Washington State W Whitman W Montana

1-4-1 3-15 7-19 0-41 0-40 6-3 0-0

3-5 0-26 0-31 13-19 27-5 6-21 14-21 32-26 39-0

2-3 0-14 6-26 0-19 16-0 14-3

No team

1919 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/24 NA

2-3

COACH: RALPH F. HUTCHINSON L at Oregon 6-27 L at Utah 0-20 L at Washington State 0-37 W Montana 7-0 W Gonzaga 13-7

1920 10/15 10/23 11/11 11/20 NA NA

L L W W W W

COACH: THOMAS KELLEY Washington State at Oregon Utah (at Boise) at Montana Whitman Gonzaga

T L L W W W L W

COACH: THOMAS KELLEY Oregon at Washington State at Utah at Montana Wyoming Gonzaga Whitman 9th Army Corps

1921 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/05 11/11 11/19 11/26 12/3

1922

4-2 7-14 7-13 10-0 20-7 21-7 10-7

4-3-1 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 10/14 L at Washington* 10/20 L Washington State* 10/28 L at Oregon* 11/11 W Utah (at Boise) 11/18 L at USC* 11/25 L at Gonzaga 12/2 W Montana * Pacific Coast Conference game

3-0 0-2 9-18 0-3 16-0 0-14 7-14 39-0

1923

5-2-1, 2-2-1 Pacific Coast (3rd)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/6 W College of Idaho 10/13 W Montana 10/19 W at Washington State* 10/27 T Oregon* 11/3 W Gonzaga 11/10 W Oregon State* 11/17 L at Stanford* 11/24 L at USC* * Pacific Coast Conference game

83-0 40-0 14-0 0-0 13-0 7-0 7-17 0-9

1924

5-2-1, 4-2 Pacific Coast (4th)

1925

3-5, 2-3 Pacific Coast (6th)

1926

3-4-1, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T6th)

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 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

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 10/2 T Montana State 10/9 W at Montana* 10/16 L at Washington* 10/23 W College of Idaho 10/30 L Oregon State* (at Portland) 11/6 L Washington State* 11/20 L USC* 11/25 W Creighton * Pacific Coast Conference game

1927

4-2-2, 2-0-2 Pacific Coast (T1st)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 10/1 W at Montana State 10/8 T at Oregon* 10/15 W Whitman 10/22 W Montana* 10/29 L St. Mary’s (CA) 11/11 T at Washington State* 11/19 W Oregon State* (at Portland) 11/26 L at Gonzaga * Pacific Coast Conference game

1928

0-0 27-12 0-26 30-6 0-3 0-6 6-28 12-0

19-12 0-0 40-0 42-6 0-3 7-7 12-7 0-13

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

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4-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T7th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/28 W Montana State 10/5 W at Whitman 10/12 W Montana* 10/19 L Oregon* (at Portland) 10/26 L at Oregon State* 11/9 L at Washington State* 11/16 L Gonzaga 11/30 W at Idaho State 11/23 L at USC* * Pacific Coast Conference game

1930

39-6 41-34 19-7 7-34 0-27 7-41 14-20 41-7 0-72

4-7, 0-5 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/27 L Montana State 10/4 W College of Idaho 10/11 L at Washington* 10/18 W Whitman 10/25 L at Oregon* 11/1 W Gonzaga 11/8 L Washington State* 11/15 L at Montana* 11/29 L at UCLA* 12/25 W St. Louis Alums (Hawai`i) 1/1/31 L at Hawaii * Pacific Coast Conference game

6-7 30-6 0-27 47-0 6-20 26-0 7-33 6-12 6-20 20-14 0-37

1931

3-4, 1-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

1935

2-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/26 W Whit * Pacific Coast Conference game 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

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

0-14 6-7 0-7 0-14 14-7 0-6 0-13 26-6 6-13

25-6 0-22 0-14 0-13 6-7 18-7 7-26 0-16 0-10 13-12

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

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7-6 0-13 9-7 0-0 3-3 7-21 6-0 6-0

1938

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

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

1940

0-41 0-21 0-25 0-60 0-0 0-26 18-28 6-0 6-13

7-26 7-21 21-7 16-0 33-6 0-33 0-26 0-16 39-0

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

1944

No football

1-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: J. A. BROWN 9/29 L Washington State* 10/6 L at Oregon* 10/13 L at Farragut Navy 10/20 W Montana (Homecoming) * 10/27 L Washington State * 11/3 L at Oregon State* 11/10 L at Farragut Navy 11/17 L at Washington* * Pacific Coast Conference game

1946

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

1950

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

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

0-21 7-33 7-18 46-0 12-43 0-34 6-14 0-12

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

4-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT 9/27 L Utah 10/3 L at Oregon* 10/10 W at Gonzaga 10/18 W at Utah State 10/25 W Willamette 11/1 L at Oregon State* 11/8 L at Washington State* 11/15 L Montana* 11/22 W Montana State (at Boise) * Pacific Coast Conference game

1942

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* 10/5 L at Washington* 10/12 L Gonzaga 10/19 L at Boston College 10/26 T Utah State (at Boise) 11/2 L Washington State (at Boise) 12/9 L at Montana* 11/16 W Nevada-Reno 11/21 L at Utah * Pacific Coast Conference game

1941

13-0 12-12 27-0 26-12 0-33 19-6 6-19 0-12 14-0 16-0

1945

79-0 0-41 7-56 13-35 47-19 49-21 25-35 0-63

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

26-19 27-28 33-43 14-0 7-7 7-14 19-34 26-19 21-48

1951

2-7, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: BABE CURFMAN 9/22 L at Wyoming 9/29 L San Francisco (Boise) 10/6 L Oregon St.* 10/13 W at Montana 10/20 W San Jose State 11/3 L at Oregon* 11/10 L Washington State (HC)* 11/17 L at Arizona 11/22 L at Utah * Pacific Coast Conference game

1952

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

0-41 0-13 7-38 0-13 13-25 10-0 14-13 45-0 7-0

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

1956

6-34 0-21 20-12 12-14 0-19 13-30 6-25 0-33 7-19

4-5, 1-2 Pacific Coast (7th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/18 L Oregon* 9/25 L at Oregon State* 10/2 L San Jose State (HC) 10/9 L at Pacific 10/16 L at Arizona 10/23 W at Washington State* 10/30 W at Utah 11/13 W North Dakota 11/20 W Brigham Young (at Boise) * Pacific Coast Conference game

1955

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 9/26 L at Utah 10/3 W at Montana 10/10 L BYU (Boise) 10/17 L Oregon State (HC)* 10/24 L Washington State* 11/7 L at Oregon* 11/14 L Pacific 11/21 L Utah State (Boise) * Pacific Coast Conference game

1954

0-28 7-28 6-34 12-9 40-7 13-14 6-9 6-13 19-40

7-14 13-20 14-47 0-20 0-9 0-25 14-33 49-6 31-0

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

21-53 14-21 19-33 0-41 27-21 24-12 42-20 10-14 41-0

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1957

4-4-1, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

1963

6-9 7-19 21-6 0-20 7-7 20-6 31-13 35-7 13-21

9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10-19 10-26 11/2 11/9 11/16

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

4-5, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/20 L at Oregon* 9/27 L at Missouri 10/4 W at Utah 10/11 L Washington State* 10/18 L Oregon State (HC)* 10/25 W at Arizona 11/1 L San Jose State (at Boise) 11/8 W at Montana 11/15 W Utah State * 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

L L L L L L L L L W

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY at Utah State at Washington at Arizona at Air Force Academy at Oregon State at Washington State Oregon (HC) Utah (at Boise) at Pacific Montana

L L L L L W L L L L

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY at Oregon at Washington at Montana Utah State (at Boise) Oregon State (HC) at Hawaii at Pacific at Arizona Washington State at San Jose State

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

L W L T L L W L L

COACH: DEE G. ANDROS Utah State (at Boise) Idaho State at Montana at San Jose State at Montana State at Utah at Arizona Oregon State (HC) Washington State

1960 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/18

1961 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

1962 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

184

9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1-9

1965

1-9 6-33 12-41 14-18 6-33 8-28 14-6 14-25 3-32 7-18 20-22

2-7 0-51 27-18 6-44 0-34 7-51 0-69 2-27 7-43 16-14

2-6-1 7-45 9-6 16-22 12-12 15-33 21-25 14-12 0-32 14-22

W L L L L W W L W L

COACH: DEE G. ANDROS at San Jose State at Iowa State at Utah Oregon at Oregon State Washington State (HC) at Pacific at Arizona Utah State (at Boise) at Arizona State

1964

0-27 10-14 20-0 0-8 6-20 24-16 6-41 14-6 34-7

0-14 0-23 14-16 0-21 18-66 5-27 7-45 13-47 13-28 9-6

W W L L W W L L W

COACH: DEE G. ANDROS Fresno State Utah (at Boise) at Missouri at Oregon Pacific (HC) San Jose State at Washington State at Arizona at Idaho State

4-6 3-0 24-34 0-22 8-14 7-10 28-13 40-0 7-14 27-22 0-14

9-14 17-7 17-13 19-30 14-16 35-7 14-17 7-14 15-7 54-0

4-6, 3-1 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/17 L at Washington 9/24 L at Montana State* 10/1 W Pacific (HC) 10/8 W at Idaho State* 10/15 L at Oregon State 10/22 L Washington State 10/29 L Oregon (Boise) 11/5 L at San Jose State 11/12 W Montana* 11/19 W Weber State* * Big Sky Conference game

1967

32-8 10-9 0-24 21-41 64-6 28-12 10-14 7-34 14-0

5-5, 3-1 Big Sky (T1st)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/18 L at Washington 9/25 W San Jose State 10/2 W at Washington State 10/9 L at Utah State 10/16 L Oregon State (at Boise) 10/23 W at Montana* 10/30 L at Oregon 11/9 L at Weber State* 11/13 W Idaho State (HC)* 11/30 W Montana State* * Big Sky Conference game

1966

5-4

7-19 10-24 28-7 27-20 7-14 7-14 7-28 7-21 40-6 42-12

4-6, 2-2 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/16 L at Pacific 9/23 W at Fresno State 9/30 W Idaho State (at Boise)* 10/7 L Montana State (HC)* 10/14 W at Montana* 10/21 L at Oregon 10/28 W Parsons 11/4 L at Weber State* 11/11 L at Washington State 11/18 L at Houston * Big Sky Conference game

6-42 30-14 16-6 14-41 19-14 6-31 28-27 17-28 14-52 6-77

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

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

10-30 18-29 17-13 34-10 28-23 17-41 20-17 26-38 7-12 13-27

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

14-31 0-28 6-28 29-34 14-53 34-30 21-57 6-51 10-48 0-0 28-41 28-24

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

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52-7 21-42 59-14 6-21 56-9 14-16 28-29 14-23 14-24 3-24 43-45

1982

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

1983

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

43-28 23-0 31-41 38-24 17-16 10-28 45-24 31-19 40-10 24-43 45-24

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

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

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

28-43 46-7 27-3 25-21 51-17 31-28 38-0 37-38 42-21 34-0 44-27 38-42

1986

8-4, 5-2 Big Sky (3rd)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/6 W Portland State 9/13 L at Central Michigan 9/20 W CS-Fullerton (HC) 9/27 W at Eastern Washington 10/4 W Idaho State* 10/18 L at Nevada-Reno* 10/25 L Northern Arizona* 11/1 W at Montana* 11/8 W Montana State* 11/15 W Weber State* 11/22 W at Boise State* 11/29 L at Nevada-Reno # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1987

9-3, 7-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/5 W Mankato State 9/12 L Central Michigan 9/19 W at Portland State 9/26 W at Northern Arizona* 10/3 L at Idaho State* 10/10 W Montana* 10/17 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 10/24 W Eastern Washington* 10/31 W at Weber State* 11/7 W at Montana State* 11/21 W Boise State* 11/28 L Weber State# # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1988

31-17 18-30 17-10 46-37 21-30 31-25 38-28 31-24 41-38 14-7 40-34 30-59

11-2, 7-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/10 W Portland State 9/17 W at Pacific 9/24 L at Montana* 10/1 W Northern Arizona (HC)* 10/8 W Montana State* 10/15 W at Eastern Washington* 10/22 W Weber State* 11/5 W at Nevada-Reno* 11/12 W Idaho State* 11/19 W at Boise State* 11/26 W Montana # 12/3 W Northwestern State # 12/10 L at Furman, S.C. # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1989

42-10 21-34 25-17 27-10 38-26 13-17 0-24 38-31 44-17 31-17 21-14 7-27

27-18 36-26 17-26 31-20 41-24 31-22 27-24 32-31 41-7 26-20 38-19 38-30 7-38

7-41 20-29 45-3 46-33 30-24 41-31 41-7 41-34 42-22 47-31 26-21 21-38

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

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1992

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 9/7 W Sonoma State 9/14 W Southwest Texas State 9/21 W at Montana State* 9/28 L Northern Iowa 10/5 L Nevada-Reno* 10/12 L at Weber State* 10/19 W at Idaho State* 10/26 L Eastern Washington (2OT)* 11/9 W at Northern Arizona* 11/16 L Montana (OT)* 11/23 W Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

49-7 41-38 48-14 14-36 23-31 17-45 46-21 31-34 44-28 34-35 28-24

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

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

42-9 37-34 52-24 30-7 49-18 38-21 26-27 53-14 29-47 28-7 62-16 20-23

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

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

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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

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

1996

7-14 66-3 21-26 13-16 37-10 55-43 19-25 17-14 16-12 33-13 3-33

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

1997

43-10 48-38 58-26 70-21 43-10 27-13 41-14 21-45 21-12 79-30 24-27 21-38

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

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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)

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.

2001

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 9/7 L at Washington State 9/14 L at Oregon 9/21 W San Diego State 9/28 L at Washington 10/5 L Montana 10/12 L at Louisiana-Monroe * 10/26 W Middle Tennessee * (HC) 11/2 L at Louisiana-Lafayette * 11/9 L at North Texas * 11/16 L Arkansas State * 11/23 L New Mexico State * * 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

2004

0-25 5-8 10-24 14-45 28-41 35-31 14-24 21-28 20-31 23-24 58-20 20-13

3-9, 2-5 Sun Belt (T5th)

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

2005

21-38 14-49 21-58 W, 48-38 L, 27-41 31-38 14-34 21-18 28-31 0-10 29-38 31-35

7-65 7-14 8-49 10-48 45-41 14-16 38-25 14-34 7-47 45-31 29-51 21-52

2-9, 2-6 WAC (T6th)

COACH: NICK HOLT 9/1 L at Washington State 26-38 9/10 L at UNLV 31-34 9/17 L at Washington 6-34 9/24 L vs. Hawai`i * 0-24 10/1 W vs. Utah State (HC) * 27-13 10/8 L at Nevada * 14-62 10/22 L vs. Fresno State * 10-40 10/29 W at New Mexico State * 37-38 (2OT) 11/12 L vs. Louisiana Tech * 38-41 11/19 L at Boise State * 35-70 11/26 L at San Jose State * 18-26 * Western Athletic Conference game

2006

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

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

2008

10-38 20-13 28-45 35-42 20-48 20-28 24-37 31-45 21-37 16-28 14-58 19-24

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

17-27 10-56 27-24 0-38 41-21 28-20 24-14 26-42 10-68 7-45 0-34 13-28

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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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO PRESIDENT “Athletics is the front porch and highly visible dimension of the University.” - Dr. Duane Nellis 17th president University of Idaho

M. Duane Nellis is the University of Idaho’s 17th president. He provides robust and engaging leadership for the University of Idaho by supporting its statewide land-grant mission of teaching, research and outreach. He also is guiding the institution to re-envision that mission for the 21st century by focusing on entrepreneurialism, engagement, global connections, sustainability, diversity and interdisciplinary synergies. Prior to and since his inauguration in October 2009, Nellis has engaged the state of Idaho to deepen the land-grant University’s presence and impact. His presidency is defined by that outreach, a characteristic that began when he became president and immediately embarked on a statewide listening tour – meeting more than 1,500 people along a 1,500-mile travel route. He is committed to maintaining and growing connections and relationships with stakeholders and decision-makers. Nellis has served with distinction in various regional and national leadership positions. He is a commissioner for the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and was appointed by Idaho Gov. C.L. ‘Butch’ Otter to serve on the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. He served as president of the Association of American Geographers, one of the largest professional geography organizations in the world. He is also past president of the National Council for Geographic Education; past president of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the International Geographic Honor Society, and he served as one of 10 members of the National Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Research Universities Committee.

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Nellis is recognized nationally and internationally for his research utilizing satellite data and geographic information systems to analyze various dimensions of the earth’s land surface.

He is recognized for his research and teaching through numerous awards, such as receiving national honors from the Association of American Geographers in 2001, the AAG’s John Fraser Hart Award for Excellence in Research, and the Outstanding Contributions Award by the AAG’s Remote Sensing Specialty Group. Prior to his appointment at Idaho, Nellis served as provost and senior vice president of Kansas State University and at West Virginia University as dean of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, WVU’s largest academic college. A native of the Northwest, he met and married his wife, Ruthie, while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in earth sciences at Montana State University. He earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in geography at Oregon State University.

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Rob Spear assumed the lead of the University of Idaho athletic department during a crucial juncture in its storied history. The Vandals were seeking solidification of their conference status and their facilities were in need of modernization. They needed a leader with vision and passion. Spear fit the bill. First was securing a home in the Western Athletic Conference, a league that preserves historic rivalries and offers the benefits of a Division I association. Next was rebuilding the Vandals’ home. He was on hand to oversee the final stages of the construction of the Iverson Speed and Strength Center. Next were the playing surfaces – inside and out. The Vandals now have a SprinTurf practice facility outdoors and RealGrass Pro inside the Kibbie Dome. The football, men’s and women’s basketball, and swimming locker rooms were renovated into modern, stylish facilities for the student-athletes. Last fall, the athletic training and equipment rooms were renovated and state-of-the-art classrooms and meeting rooms came on line as part of a multi-million dollar facelift for the Kibbie Dome. Last fall, the first phase of a new-look Kibbie Dome debuted when the plywood on the west end wall was replaced with translucent panels. When the Vandals kickoff in 2011, not only will the east wall match the west but there will be a new club area with suites, loge boxes and a clubroom as well as premium seating and a new press box. Facilities are but one area where Spear has moved the department forward. He added to the support services staff to enhance the student-athlete experience. Computer labs and academic support staff are cornerstones of a successful department and the additions and upgrades in those areas are paying dividends. In the fall of 2007, the Idaho Athletics Hall of Fame was established with 100 individuals and five teams being inducted over a two-year period as part of the inaugural class. His involvement isn’t limited to the Idaho campus. He began a second term with the NCAA’s ‘Legislative Council – one of two top-tier governing bodies in the organization. “I am honored and excited to represent the Western Athletic Conference on this governing board,” Spear said at the time of his appointment. “It is a tremendous opportunity to make an impact on future NCAA legislation to ensure we continue to provide the best possible service to the student-athlete.” Spear’s ties with athletics are life-long. He was a standout high school athlete in his native Butte, Mont., before moving on to letter four times at the University of Great Falls. Next was a two-year professional basketball career with the Montana Golden Nuggets, at the time coached by George Karl. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Great Falls in 1980 and his MBA from the University of Montana in 1983. He accepted a position as an internal auditor with the University of Idaho in 1989. While working at Idaho, he also pursued his doctorate in education, which he completed in 1993. Prior to his appointment as director of athletics in 2003, Spear was the interim assistant financial vice president. He also spent time at Idaho as the Assistant Vice President for Outreach in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and in grants contracts. He and his wife, Sandy, have one daughter, Morgan – a junior at Idaho.

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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. 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 Eng-

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land 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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• 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 nationally-acclaimed 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

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO state, including on the Fort Hall and Coeur d’Alene Indian reservations. And we have 12 regional research and extension centers. • Agricultur-

al Outreach: Idaho’s families, consumers and agricultural producers benefit from our quality programs in teaching, education and research. • Education Outreach: The College of Education offers technology outreach courses and general outreach courses. • Engineering Outreach: This program serves offcampus students, business and industry. You can take the same engineering, business, computer science and other courses we offer on campus, but you’ll learn via DVD with Web support. • Conferences and Community Programs: We are one of the premier summer conference, camp and program venues in the Pacific Northwest. Our team of planning professionals helps arrange and host athletic camps, business programs, leadership workshops and even weddings. • Independent Study in Idaho: The University

of Idaho is part of a cooperative of four accredited Idaho institutions to offer self-paced, distancelearning 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

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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-Baccalaure-

ate 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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In its nearly 50 years of existence, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best intercollegiate competition. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the nine schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. 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. The WAC has sent a total of 31 teams to bowl games since 2001, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five teams. Boise State has won 102 football games since joining the conference, the most in the nation during that time span (2001-09). The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games in three of the last four seasons as Boise State made a repeat appearance with a victory in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl this past year following Hawai‘i’s 2008 Sugar Bowl and Boise State’s unforgettable victory in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 27 seasons. Every current school in the WAC has competed in the NCAA Tournament since 1990. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003 including Fresno State’s College World Series victory in 2008. In women’s sports, Fresno State softball has competed in every NCAA Tournament ever held while Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three. In 2009, Hawai‘i made its fourth trip to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four since 2000. Current WAC alums have made their presence felt as well. David Carr (Fresno State) was the first player selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. Cheryl Ford (Louisiana Tech) was named the WNBA Rookie of the Year and helped the Detroit Shock win the league’s championship in 2003. In 2004, the United States’ softball team won the Olympic gold medal with former Fresno State players Laura Berg and Lovie Jung. Jeff Weaver (Fresno State) earned the win in the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series clinching victory in 2006. Quarterback Colt Brennan (Hawai‘i) finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy voting, and in 2008, Natasha Kai (Hawai‘i) helped the United States to a gold medal in soccer at the Olympics in Beijing. 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. An extension was signed in 2008 that guarantees over 300 regular season WAC contests and 45 championship events will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017. 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, gymnastics, 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.

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Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. The current membership was established on July 1, 2005, when Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. The WAC has had just five 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) and Karl Benson (1994-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. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

COMMISSIONER KARL BENSON When Karl Benson was named the fifth commissioner in the history of the Western Athletic Conference on April 20, 1994, he brought with him a wealth of experience and a personal history of success to the position. Since that time, Benson not only has laid a strong foundation for the WAC’s future, he also steered the conference through unsettled times during the late 1990s and again a few years later when the defection of member institutions threatened the WAC. Through his leadership and vision, it didn’t take long for the WAC to regain its place among the nation’s top Division I conferences. Benson has spearheaded conference expansion with the additions of Nevada, Boise State and Louisiana Tech earlier this decade and an additional round of expansion with the invitations of New Mexico State, Utah State and Idaho a few years ago. Nationally, Benson has earned the respect of his peers after serving on the NCAA Management Council from 1999-2002, and a five-year term on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee from 2002-06. Benson hit the ground running when he was hired in 1994 and initiated several programs that improved the conference’s national position in virtually ever category. He was instrumental in developing multi-year agreements with the Holiday Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Copper Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl, Silicon Valley Football Classic, GMAC Bowl and currently, the Humanitarian Bowl, Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl, New Mexico Bowl, Poinsettia Bowl and Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. In the summer of 2005, he implemented “Play Up” a new marketing campaign to improve the public and private perceptions of the WAC and its members through national, local and regional touch points. The conference officially added WAC.tv prior to the 2006-07 season, giving fans streaming video access to many of the postseason championships of the sports offered by the WAC. In 1995-96, the WAC signed an exclusive multi-year agreement with ESPN for the unprecedented live telecast of its basketball and football. Included in that deal was a women’s basketball contract, the first in conference history. In 2008, Benson negotiated an extension with ESPN that gives the WAC over 300 regular season contests and 45 championship events that will be aired through the 2016-17 season. Benson came to the WAC after four successful years as the commissioner of the Mid-American Conference. There, he implemented several innovative projects and was instrumental in the formation of the Las Vegas Bowl. Prior to taking the reins of the MAC, Benson served on the NCAA staff for more than four years where he was the director of NCAA championships when selected as MAC commissioner. A native of the state of Washington, Benson graduated from high school in Pullman in 1970, attended Spokane Falls Community College and then received a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Boise State University in 1975. He has also completed course work toward his master’s degree in athletics administration at the University of Utah. Benson was born on December 1, 1951 and has one daughter, Jessie, 18.

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ROB SPEAR

MATT KLEFFNER

MAUREEN TAYLOR-REGAN

JOHN WALLACE

DAMIEN GARNETT

MEGAN FRESHOUR

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BARRIE STEELE

MEGAN BORCHERT

NICK REFVEM

PETE SHOWLER

KATIE SCHOENE

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JANA SCHULTZ COORDINATOR

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ANA TUIAEA-RUUD

TOM SANFORD

MARGARET HENDERSON

DONNA HOWARD

SHELLEY MCLAM

MARGARET SAYLER

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DON VERLIN

RAY LOPES

MIKE SCORE

MIKE FREEMAN

CHRIS HELBLING

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STEVE WHITAKER

TOM JAGER

ADRIANA QUIRKE

NIKO DALMAN

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GAVIN PETERSEN

CHRISTA SANFORD

KAREN ADA PETERSEN

JEFF BEAMAN

TYLER NEILL

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JAKE SCHARNHORST

NATE BARRY

JOE HEROLD

NICK POPPLEWELL

LISA JOHNSON

JON REEHOORN

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MAIN NUMBER .................. 208-885-0200 DEPARTMENTAL FAX ......... 208-885-2862 WEBSITE ......................GOVANDALS.COM ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES Sanford,Tom .......................... 208-885-0297 Tuiaea-Ruud, Ana ................... 208-885-0297 ADMINISTRATION Kleffner, Matt ..........................208-885-0214 Regan, Maureen ......................208-885-0216 Spear, Rob ............................. 208-885-0243 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS Henderson, Margaret.............. 208-885-0224 Howard, Donna ...................... 208-885-0243 McLam, Shelley ..................... 208-885-0275 Sayler, Margaret ..................... 208-885-2692 Schultz, Jana ......................... 208-885-0235 ATHLETIC TRAINING Borchert, Megan .................... 208-885-0256 Refvem, Nick .......................... 208-885-0225 Steele, Barrie ..........................208-885-0212 COMPLIANCE Wallace, John..........................208-885-0219 DEVELOPMENT Mooney, Tim .......................... 208-885-0258 Robson, Shelly ....................... 208-651-7992 Reynolds, Nat......................... 208-334-2087 Wang, Jeremy ........................ 208-885-0259 EQUIPMENT SERVICES Freshour, Megan .................... 208-885-0222 Garnett, Damien..................... 208-885-9260 FOOTBALL Akey, Robb ............................. 208-885-0275

Axman, Steve ......................... 208-885-0236 Carr, Luther............................ 208-885-0228 Christoff, Rob ......................... 208-885-0232 Criner, Mark ........................... 208-885-0234 Ena, Eti .................................. 208-885-0250 Finn, Dan............................... 208-885-0231 Libey, Patrick.......................... 208-885-4690 Smith, Jonathan..................... 208-885-0237 Thielbahr, Jeremy ................... 208-885-0233 Vaught, Mark ..........................208-885-0103 GOLF Johnson, Lisa......................... 208-885-5244 Reehoorn, Jon ........................ 208-885-5244 KIBBIE DOME Drew, Tyson............................ 208-885-7353 LEARFIELD Morris, Tom............................ 208-882-8382 Ostermann, Josh .................... 208-885-8382 MARKETING Popplewell, Nick ......................208-885-0276 MEDIA RELATIONS Farrin, Spencer ...................... 208-885-7065 Heidelberger,Nick ....................208-885-0211 Paull, Becky ........................... 208-885-0245 MEN’S BASKETBALL Freeman, Mike ....................... 208-885-0209 Helbling, Chris ....................... 208-885-0208 Lopes, Ray ............................. 208-885-0242 Score, Mike ............................ 208-885-4381 Verlin, Don ............................. 208-885-0201 NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE Hunt, Carl ................................ 208-885-692

SOCCER Schoene, Katie ....................... 208-885-9438 Showler, Pete ......................... 208-885-5047 SPEED AND STRENGTH Barry, Nate............................. 208-885-4988 Herold, Joe ............................ 208-885-4988 Scharnhorst, Jake .................. 208-885-4988 SWIMMING AND DIVING Dalman, Niko ......................... 208-885-0268 Jager, Tom ............................. 208-885-0265 Quirke, Adriana ...................... 208-885-4970 TENNIS Beaman, Jeff ..........................208-885-0247 Neill, Tyler ...............................208-885-0247 TICKET OFFICE Wallace, Scott .........................208-885-0733 TRACK AND FIELD Phipps, Wayne ........................208-885-0210 Taylor, Julie .............................208-885-5105 Teevens, Yogi.......................... 208-885-0251 Whyte, Angela .........................208-885-0210 VIDEO Teevens, Sam......................... 208-885-4404 VOLLEYBALL Buchanan, Debbie ................. 208-885-0238 Moritz, Moritz ......................... 208-885-0263 Whitaker, Steve ....................... 208-885-0246 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Newlee, Jon ........................... 208-885-0227 Peterson, Gavin ...................... 208-885-0239 Piers, Karen Ada .................... 208-885-0203 Sanford, Christa ..................... 208-885-4696

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VANDAL RADIO NETWORK Tom Morris and Evan Ellis return to the airwaves this fall as the Vandals’ football broadcasting team. Morris handles the play-by-play 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.

FLAGSHIP MOSCOW/PULLMAN KZFN-FM 106.1 Boise/Nampa/Caldwell KIDO-AM 630 Bonners Ferry KBFI-AM 1450 Coeur d’Alene KVNI-AM 1080 Grangeville KORT-AM 1230 Idaho Falls/Pocatello KSPZ-AM 980 Lewiston KCLK-AM 1430 Orofino KLER-AM 1300 Osburn/Kellogg/Wallace KWAL-AM 620 Sandpoint KSPT-AM 1400 Spokane KGA-AM 1510 St. Maries KOFE-AM 1240 Twin Falls/Sun Valley KLIX-AM 1310

MEDIA POLICIES NEWS RELEASES All Idaho news releases are available via e-mail. 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 usually are available in early afternoon hours or after practice. No player interviews are allowed after Wednesday of game week. WEEKLY NEWS CONFERENCE Head coach Robb Akey has a weekly news conference Mondays at 10:20 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. VIDEO/AUDIO REQUESTS Weekly video interviews with Akey and selected players are provided by the UI Media Relations and University Communications and Marketing. For video feeds or tapes, 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.

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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 one week prior to the game. PARKING Parking passes will be issued 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 or in the media room on the first floor of the Kibbie Dome. Idaho players and coaches will follow. Post-game stat packets will be handed out during the post-game conference. Members of the media are welcome to use the Media Relations office to file stories.

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NEWSPAPERS Matt Baney Lewiston Tribune 505 C Street, Lewiston, ID 83501 800-745-9411 Josh Wright Spokesman Review 608 NW Blvd., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 800-344-6718 John Blanchette Spokesman Review 608 NW Blvd., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 800-344-6718 Sandra Kelly Daily News 409 S. Jackson, Moscow, ID 83843 208-882-5561 Mark Nelke Coeur d’Alene Press Second and Lakeside, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 800-597-3972 Mike Prater Idaho Statesman 1200 North Curtis Road, Boise, ID 83704 208-377-6421 Nick Jezierny Idaho Statesman 1200 North Curtis Road, Boise, ID 83704 208-377-6420 Sports Editor Press Tribune P.O. Box 9399, Nampa, ID 83652 208-249-7286 Phil Dailey Press Tribune P.O. Box 9399, Nampa, ID 83652 208-850-3842 Brad Guire Times News P.O. Box 548, Twin Falls, ID 83303 800-658-3883 (ext. 229) Eric Plummer Daily Bee P.O. Box 159, Sandpoint, ID 83864 208-263-9534 Mitch Worthington Post Register 333 Northgate Mile, Idaho Falls, ID 83401 208-529-9910 Brady Slater State Journal 305 S. Arthur St., Pocatello, ID 83204 208-239-3131 Ryan Thatcher Blackfoot Morning News 34 North Ash, Blackfoot, ID 83221 208-785-1100 Sports Editor Argonaut 301 Student Union, Moscow, ID 83844 208-885-7825 RADIO Evan Ellis KHTR 4176 Wawawai, Pullman, WA 99163 509-332-6551 Dennis Patchin ESPN Radio W. 500 Boone, Ave., Spokane, WA 99201 509-324-4040 Dave Tester KIDO 827 East Park Blvd., Suite 100, Boise, Idaho 208-344-6363 Brian Danner KOZE P.O. Box 936, Lewiston, ID 83501 208-743-1502 News Director KATW 301 D Street, Lewiston, ID 83501 208-743-6564 News Director KRLC 805 Stewart, Lewiston, ID 83501 208-743-1551 Glenn Mosley Idaho Public Radio P.O. Box 441072, Moscow, ID 83844-1072 208-885-6020 TELEVISION Jay Tust KLEW (CBS) 2626 17th Street, Lewiston, ID 83501 208-746-2648 Derek Deis KXLY (ABC) W. 500 Boone, Ave., Spokane, WA 99201 509-324-4040 Keith Osso KXLY (ABC) W. 500 Boone, Ave., Spokane, WA 99201 509-324-4040 Ben Kaplan KXLY (ABC) W. 500 Boone, Ave., Spokane, WA 99201 509-324-4040 Sports Director KHQ (NBC) P.O. Box 600, Spokane, WA 99210 509-448-4659 Tim Lewis KREM (CBS) S. 4103 Regal, Spokane, WA 509-838-7371 Sports Director KTVB (NBC) Box 7, Boise, ID 83707 208-373-2284 Sports Director KIVI (ABC) 1866 E. Chisholm Dr., Nampa, ID 83651 208-381-6663 J Bates KBCI (CBS) Box 2, Boise, ID 83707 208-336-5225 Kelly Cross KTRV (FOX) 679 6th St. North Ext., Nampa ID 83651 208-466-1200 Sports Director KMTV (CBS) 1100 Blue Lakes Road North, Twin Falls, ID 83301 208-733-1100 WIRE SERVICES Sports Associated Press P.O. Box 1187, Boise, ID 83701 208-343-1894 John Wiley Associated Press P.O. Box 2173, Spokane, WA 99210-2173 509-624-1258 Nick Geranios Associated Press P.O. Box 2173, Spokane, WA 99210-2173 509-624-1258

WEEKLY WAC CALL The WAC will conduct a weekly football coaches’ teleconference every Monday beginning Aug. 24and continuing through Nov. 30. The call will be conducted on Labor Day this year. 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. The schedule for the teleconference is as follows (times listed are Pacific): 9:32 Mike MacIntyre, San Jose State 9:39 Greg McMackin, Hawai`i 9:46 Sonny Dykes, Louisiana Tech 9:53 DeWayne Walker, NMSU 10 Gary Anderson, Utah State 10:07 Robb Akey, Idaho 10:14 Chris Ault, Nevada 10:21 Chris Petersen, BSU 10:28 Pat Hill, Fresno State 10:35 Karl Benson, WAC Commissioner 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. WAC Commissioner Karl Benson also will be available at the end of most calls. 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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SPENCER FARRIN

NICK HEIDELBERGER

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Press box ................................. 208-885-0211 Asst. AD/Director ......................... Becky Paull Office.......................................208-885-0245 Cell .......................................... 208-669-0411 Fax ......................................... 208-885-0255 E-mail ............................. bpaull@uidaho.edu Assistant ................................. Spencer Farrin E-mail ...........................spencerf@uidaho.edu Office...................................... 208-885-7065 Assistant ............................ Nick Heidelberger E-mail .....................heidelberger@uidaho.edu Office....................................... 208-885-0211

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